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

 - Class of 1959

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A 55 , .ff ' s - ,Q f -'sf 4-91" - .1 . wi -' 5 is ! Q x "- ' 237' , 'I c . ,A ' 5- x ,N 'sl 1 1 , M' ,- , , h .D A 5. . A , T 8 E' 1 ' my -T 5 il., - R 1 ,j , I ' f ., ' ' ' , 1, r ffm... 5 .. . f Q N ' , A ' 'L ls. f ef' l J . ,nr ii Al , 'r - , W . N -2 UTP:-4, t iiwfseiesx gq..., MM Men.. . , e. 'Q ps,-io. ,..- so . "fNgx.9,u2'i' .Ls X . ,.,...,. ..,, . A X, .,.... , gs., .A-. .- -W IP U UI D RIE MEMORIES To some of you. this book is the first look at college life. To others, it is only the completion of another school year. But to some. it will be the last and closing chapter to a life at college never to be forgotten. As we depart from college and go out into a new life. there will always be that pause of unforgotten memories at Colorado State College. These memories are a past, living still in heart and mind: although these events may never occur again, they will live forever to be recolled in years to come- ta be reconsidered and re-evaluated in price paid and values received. This book is filled with memories of the past-a sign and hope of the future through its meaning of an educational system free and fruitful. As we look through this book, we will find that it is a symbol of our life at CSC-the hopes, dreams and disappointments we shared-and will remember many years from now when we leaf through the worn pages of the 1959 Cache La Poudre. We will remember these treasures of memories-the instructors with their sticks and books, our beanies and "obligations" during freshman week, the thrills of formal dances and the fun that was shared in the various organizations. These are only a few of the memories we will treasure as our hair shows signs of graying and our lives begin to wane. And so to you, the reader of this book, we hand you this memory of your college life. We ask that you treasure your memories and look back on your college years as a source of inspiration. This in itself will be our reward. The Cache La Poudre Staff 1 Page 3 Page 4 11959 Cache Ilan, Pwudnre DEDICATED K0 D113 Sam Gates 'E-sw 'S' gm Q53 1'S'vX 1 X? ix 'gel' 'if mf f ws Wg, E tn" 'irlfwisrm-1 if 1 ,K...L. Ik ,MA X 335925 ' ' f fr' ' ,S 's' - : :ff 5' " flf.-V ' ' h - .- 5 af -f. -J ,-' A 'nv' ' X -'.,Qy,?rx .gf -1.f .Q A- .D ' Q ggi is E -4211 Fi' . 'E haf F . fs ' :SP-4 js -T. N F 75 4 f'wQi?1,.fafe .gk':'v'.g. f 'fr 1 " K 1 .4 in .5 ' 'IA "-ggi. ' ', -.-. 'il , ll U1 r" sf y. ---:' xy w wl ,sw M 4 'M ---- --'-- f---- --v -v---Y'-----..A......,,,. ..., - ..-rs-...z nw:-1-, , Dr. Gates, Barf, Krisfie, and Mrs. Gates Dr. Sam G. Gates. dean of the Graduate Division and professor of education at Colorado State College since 1956. has had an outstanding career as a public school teacher and as a college faculty member and administrator. From 1949 until he was named to direct the coIIege's graduate division he was director of the colIege's laboratory school. Dr. Gates became a member of the faculty of the college in January. I9-16. as an instructor in social studies. Dr. Gates received the degree of Bachelor of Arts at Colorado State College in December. 1945. shortly after he returned from war service with the Air Force. The degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by Colorado State College of Education in June, 1947. The degree of Doctor of Education was conferred upon him by Stanford University in 1953. Dr. Gates holds membership in Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi education fraternities. Phi Alpha Theta, history fraternity. and Lambda Sigma Tau. science fraternity. He is a member of the American Legion, the SchooImoster's Club. Colorado Education Association. National Education Association. and other professional organizations. In 1957 he was elected a director of the Colorado Education Association. A days work someiumes doesnt even end ai Guns are E fagoiiie hobby of the office r' a es' -E , .. i .8 . X K. .. f Q I gif 1 f Ev Page 5 D1lzWV1UUl1ia111nn1 Ro RUSS, President ......,..,.,.'.-....,..,.m mmnuwn--F.-.............. ....... ...,. , , vm- ,.,...kf,?,,,,,H Z Dr. and Mrs. Ross enioy looking over an old European music manuscript. Since Dr. Ross was appointed president of Colorado State College in January. 1948, he has been a favorite among both the students and the faculty. He always finds time in his busy schedule to per- sonally consider student problems and to work for satisfactory solutions to problems that face CSC. Dr. Ross is proud of the increased enrollment and is constantly working for improvements on the facilities afforded the students. Whether it be in his office in Frasier or at home. Dr. Ross welcomes the opportunity to talk with students. He accepts invitations to address campus groups whenever he is called upon to do so. 'iv Dr. Ross and the phonograph are a good team when ll comes lo classical music. Many hours are spent by Dr. Ross working in his den. where he has a large collection of rocks and arrowheads. Page 7 ""'-'su .. i OCX f,f.'.l., i PRESIDENT Cliff Wagoner - x X -sie , AQ A 1195 9 Student Qwuncniii Activities. elections, budgets and appropriations-iust a few of the many responsibilities of Student Council this past year. Under the leadership of President Cliff Wagoner, the Council. composed of the vice president, secretary, class presidents, and ten representatives-ah large. and with the able assistance of Erv Spahr, business manager, held the purse strings of the Associated Stu- dents' 5150.000 budget, planned such campus activities as the Christmas Ball. the Kingston Trio Concert, Sir Leslie Monroe, speaker from the United Nations, and the Uni- versity of Landon International Debate Team. Discussions on campus issues marked each Tuesday night meeting. regardless of whether it was held in Panel Lounge. a Greek house, dorm, or Dr. Shaw's home. S A-Lt f- +A-in-. wgea. . ,sr ' s .. - ,. ,E t 1 1.vt.,:i3 v ,, V Y im' Q N- Iiii-5 'QQ VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY BUSINESS MANAGER Frank DeBell Mary Ball Ervin Spahr 5 X? i 'D 'lex ii gf K '---5 Page 8 LECTURE SERIES SOPHOMORE PRESIDENT BUDGET COMMITTEE CALENDAR COMMITTEE Jim Boughman Fred Cuckow Fall Quarter CHAPLAIN Ginge Dynes Pal Harris - --uxrnms . ,.nw.,.. 'Lg-::..5 qw,..g'-5321 ii-if" "':f'f'Tif'3"3'2f A 5 A ji:-s ,V - -' . -'f1'.34. '-'fx"f2, 3, - ,aigxok ., Ysigsfe ar -,y Z- I ' QQ A'-y5,,,, ' .. 3--11 z -'Gia Q I 1: . , -Wie., . - , A .uf-A ' ' .e- . - 9 ""k I , P ' . vfeziimg . 5.23655 sd' sf A - A-1 . fe "'-"Tv -rg A. . . , , , ,4 I "fi I2 , ', ' . 41'-, V. i f : ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Roberfa Jones L M ' ARTIST SERIES COMMITTEE Linda Meyer ...svn it , fag, -1""""! K SUGGESTIONS COMMITTEE Avis Raising f"':::"' ELECTIONS Pele Jones ,aw Q:--is 9, 'fi I 45N Q 1 vip' i -.ann-v , Nur' BUDGET COMMITTEE Winter-Spring Quarter Clark Milsom Q I 'Hn' ,, , f . A T 1 V - w vifi-:?+i:. QF. 5, I sv-- K -4- .,..4sv PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE Ray Kenf ' 'I' ' is r 2-fb I 1 A is 5, e I J f l - " . sum Q 2, -w,. I , . ' 3 ' K 5 , :N , ,I .9 I CHARTER COMMITTEE John Paolino in -xl ,sf ,swiwgsf cfqvkx I ---- 4 Xfsafws 5,61 Ti..'g::: 17 - , - 1' HAL f.M.,, ... 1 ,,,,. . ,, l ,gf-E: .. A1 111314 fglr-5.31113 EQ -3 isifig iifi- I ll CAMPUS CO-ORDINATION FRESHMAN PRESIDENT Pai Reynolds Doug Sfuiler ' N04 lx:-f STUDENT UNION BOARD Ken McGranaI1an " ga, gl 35, IM, ., . k 4 qv . , , L,,,X 2 .3 ,Wm -I. J-'f' N ,Rt E 5 rms. I. N., I 1 I' 5 'Q xxx' E fi aux -L. x A. ' YN I' ,mwf A iw Q.,-V: Y. A wiv ,: 4 PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE Eleanor Pifer it FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE Ann Wheeler Page 9 Page I0 COLORADO STATE COLLEGE 8 at GREELEY President Associated Students :: Student Union Office of the President Fellow Students, Serving the needs of the Associated Students as President this past year has been a very enjoyable and rewarding experience for me. The cooperation and enthusiasm of our Student Council and the student body as a whole deserves many thanks. I am very proud to have had the opportunity to work with such wonderful people as the students and faculty of our college. I hope this year will be as memorable for all of you as you have made it for mee Sincerely, feel aff Virgil C. Wagoner, President Associated Students Ay I X I PRESIDENT Cliff Wagoner 4 A v 9 I ff -"lx 9. 'gf Ki? , is F 1 PRESIDENTS SECRETARY BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Beano' EBVIY Ervin Spahr AI Elmont .4. -m-..m.u...n.-Muuwawmausu. 1:9 J egg' X Leff +0 Righr, Back Row: Frank DeBell, Judi Mc- Williams, Judy Kelley, Mariorie Sanfangelo, Alyce Siverfs. Dorofhy DeBelI, Ken MCG-ranahan. Row One: Dody Houf, Karen Davidson, Marcia Dilling- ham, Sue Benson, Ann Werking, Nilci McGiaii'iery. Sirudem Arfimiwiitnies Cwmmiiutee Siliudlemuz Leif 'io Rigl1'l: Ken McGranal1an, Andi Ramsey. Marilyn Henry, Kay Burke, David Wasellcow. 11,55 Q32 J Q 2 :af-: f .ff ' .y D U ik. Union Board , ' 4 ,. 1,- ., ' ' .-s'5'f f5v i'fi'x. ff' n f 'mm . , , , SQ M 3525 , 1" f in'-2 ' 39 , - fz,m4!l11Pf .!M f nf.- 5 -' -- .ffp'?gR'1b" ,f-4497? 1' . .WJ ,355 1, .a sf-'Q ,. 'P 'i 2153-4 k i A hiqgsi i,,g.14f? - 5i'il'fT.' :?Si24E2 T g . ,.Ia If-N 55. 5 ha Xgvs-1,14 lg! ,W Q -P --,, Q ' Miles : .2-:fl-f was Stiff 'ffJ?i.'i I ,ig i ' Q wif, " f iv, ff? 2254! gu lf' Q-q fra J iz- ZXSQQS '-' .Q 3 . Mi, fi 'kwa -i 1'5' my - is ri- X Qmlqfaz, 4 . m.:e5w,.g9.1" ' 4 . iiflggg-HE?-1" .M ' gg A ' f . sf - JE things'-fa K ,4.n93,,Ms3S f r l l KL i Q I U ' it-' Page I I l X Page I2 H9597 'll .l rf ED ITO R Lynn Kloclxsiem it I m:"m?' , A Q,--1 'OV PHOTOGRAPHER ART EDITOR Fran Cucliow LeRoy Kiizman lC3lCll16 lla, lpoudlre Staff ASSISTANT EDITOR Marilyn Tesf E ORGANIZATION EDITOR Marian Miura 'MX !z"'N L P ' X. .W , ,fl 'WX ' 0 x " 5. N 6 BUSINESS MANAGER Bob Mack I K-:gp if - - S15 X4 " sw- 3? X If ' . - ar I ' . If mfg SP ll Y -M51 ,. I' l - X ,f LAYOUT EDITOR Sharon Wilcox . . .? M A -4:1 , XA. at x -, , Q" X w 1 ..,- 1 ASSISTANT ARTIST GREEK EDITOR CLASS EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR INDEX EDITOR INDEX EDITOR Healhef Hanlon BEHY Slave' Ann Wheeler Allan McKin Joann Mansfield Mary Paih I liff? I ' I V523 I M Q 'sr Q I "f fb lf fy ' UN X X, I. , I -, at I, Q fx4gE, .wrxfldg mx i I !..f.l2f Qififv-fy T' X' 'WP 1 iifqfillyti A. I f 1 '13 I COPY EDITOR MAKE-UP MAKE-UP MAKE-UP MAKE-UP Judy Knechf Janef Ray Richard Wooden Karon Reed Meridel Swan 4 mv :rnw12'8M5ll5fNtiS Those small but important words . . . "it's done" . . . are a welcome sight by both editor and staff. as the final sections of the book leave for the printers. Now, the suspense as to "what will the finished book look Iike" appears more prevalent as the staff awaits the first finished copy. Throughout the year members of the annual staff work, study, plan and organize to achieve one goal -production of a high quality yearbook. This year the Cache La Poudre staff was really on the road of progress from having to increase the number of pages, using a new art style, to moving into a new office. Deadlines . . . late hours. pictures completed . . . deadlines, these are the thoughts that occupy a yearbook editor's mind as work begins and continues throughout the year. Each staff member has done more than his share to make this year's annual a success. Rubber cement. cutting. pasting and the battle of eyes vs. ruler as to which is measuring correctly are only a few of the problems that confront the staff while working day and night to meet the dead- lines and staring them constantly in the face are those deadlines and the editor. The successful publishing of an annual requires much more than just a good editor or business manager. To the many people who helped with art, layout. pasting, and typing copy, credit also must be given for making this yearbook a good one. With remark- able versatility they worked at any time, at anything, putting their own private lives aside until its completion. However. those long hours. editor's barking and mistakes are forgotten when the staff takes a sneak preview of the annual . . . the book which they helped to make. f " w 13 l The scramble for material, x ff-7 e2 The Cache La Poudre assembly ,X 'ze lyke W aw ' !. line It has been a bad year for us all. 7 Page I3 1 r .I -gui EDITOR Daren Younl 1'-'N S Q H975 9 Mirror STDEUHII4 Participating actively in this year's game of Student Union Shuffle, the Mirror office, staff. and equipment accomplished a mass move to new quarters on the east side of Panel Lounge. The busy life in the new diggings went on iust as it had in the old, a daily round of running down, writing, and re-writing news stories, gleaning items of interest from exchange papers. and going into spasms of glee over the copy for the next issue's column of cultural criticism. There were a few snarls about the new office to be untied: the wide, airy windows, so pleasant in the spring, made the place resemble a man-made ice grotto in the winter, and the quintessential huge bulletin board was hung upside down, so that the "Time for a Coffee Break" sign was left standing on its head. But the paper came out every Friday all the same. Problems of too much or too little copy were surmounted as the layout editor played her version of iaurnalistic Musical Chairs. cutting, fitting, and scrabbling the stories into a logical progression on each page. When the pages left the office each Thursday, to be printed. the staff had some free time to devote to that popular athletic pastime, throwing exchange papers over the partition into the Totem office. Idle moments were few. though. and the mad race with the deadline started all over again each Monday. may gsm X 1 :fx KX 'Q 'Ai ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Calhy Mitchell Jere Rood I., M'-ff ,R . 595' ,S 'f gi f 1, ,S -A ,-I ,Q I- ,il kk, 3 x-Nd: .J QS W? , , ,rg 1.1 we News :anon Puoroouri-can LAYOUT EDITOR Lois Smit Bob Diaz Ann Wefl"n9 QP. 43 . H , 48:2 333 I a KF .ii I is 3 5' .RL , 23' -f Ii " si-ww' ' . .6 SPORTS EDITOR Wes Cook Page I4 SOCIETY EDITOR Nafalie Rothschild 4 ,QL V LIMNILWMQNUUWIA 1? l I .f N 'nik 5 "We're Hue ones wifh a nose for news," say fhe Mirror reporiers. The Mirrwr ., -be 94, 1 W, Oh, fhose lasf-minufe headaches coming from rewriiing copy. if a hold-up or has fhe depression hif??7 I f A Page I5 X. "' mv.. 'I , I1 5 ' ,XA - 1 5' I ' II' , gh I pg I if-Q ag Q. IAN, , iggl 1 'EIII1IA ff 1 EII 1 ,4 . a . .: Y" 11-,.,nI EDITOR DonRau is-ex .. ,, . Rmb , at 1, 'rs-To ' x px X N .X Y 3 'Slai- .as3w,f,, 5.4 ...M ,,,,. .-- lm 25-.F :'3?iz"i -T5 -s. .- BUSINESS MANAGER Sleve Anderson ASSISTANT EDITOR Nala lie Rothschild 195' 9' Totem Stalflf IFirsl issuel The free-wheeling excitement, the uninhibited enthusi- asm, the zest for spur-of-the-moment living of the Roaring Twenties will probably never be duplicated in all of Americana. For these were stupendous times- peculiarly stupendous, to be sure-that had a spirit as well as a sound so very much all their own. To the spirit of those times, the editor and his staff have taken the CSC students back to those fabulous days as "The Roaring 20's Edition" of the Totem appeared on campus. The busy life of this staff was on the go from selling advertising, rewriting copy, and drawing cartoons which was only a small part of this magazine. Miss Dee Ann Brown was Totem's "Queen of the Month." Idle moments were few as the entire staff worked diligently with enthusiasm which can be seen by those who purchased "The Totem." K H "N s It' . -.-' I cg, 3 g -., Q, 5? ya- 9, 5 ". 5 1 'TJ s-fl A A 'A' 1. 4 f' ' we sv I f ' Y W - . ' . ' I H ,Ni W.:::f'fQ'1y ' - I I X A T . - . -. 1,-ff. 4 Ig3f:59'3"i55 ,- mv 517 , .5 .. s NYT "A' 'I 272: P ' I- Q - , - 5 1' fy . "L" HQ V 'I 'I' 'S' , :Ziff 31-U'?'- L1f3fsis'f'lif.ZQ'If4 ' " X A Q ' 2 521-334 X. f "-assi ..:2fa"sf4f- nx- ART EDITOR COPY EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHER pHQTQGRApHER PUBLICITY Bill HBP? Mary Ann Louthan Leo Giles Leon giles Helen Caslenecla f F 9 ---..B A ., M--0.0K Page I6 A LQ, - .e..-.,,...,......s..4.:vvnc.an4v+-zsnve --' 1-,-v . :Q -1. 3 up 3 4 .zV,-Mr, 1.34 'W ,A,. t, ,l 11959 Totem Sltaufif l2nd. issuei lt was a successful touchdown as the second issue of "The Totem" made its debut on the CSC campus. The defensive team of creative iournalists. artists and photographers got to- gether in a huddle every Tuesday evening and laid out the magazine. carrying out a theme on sports. As the team progressed through the quarter, they ran into trouble one time and success another which finally exploded into a field day of excitement as students were hurry- ing to purchase this magazine. X7 Www.. EDITOR Natalie Rothschild Ill 'ep I2 3:' ' 5: -2:1 "W DN K A 58, - if . g sm ig x" Q BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT EDITOR Steve Anderson ,lack Buck gf 5 1 ' 0 Hg., fm- " I , ' 'lf' 'CT' g - gs ga J xx . k,f i - -' v ffl? L is X I PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHER COPY EDITOR ART EDITOR Karen Erickson Bob Diaz Mary Ann Louthan Don Allen Page T. .'-f-:nf -lan , -Ji ' i . 45 , . . ! 'x L ' ws A WP li 5 Page I8 Bob Babb. Denver, is a Senior on fhe CSC campus maioring in English. He lisis among his aciivifies pres. of TKE, pres. of Blue Key, pres. of IK, and lhe recipienl' of ihe Knighf of Knigh+s award, v. pres. of lnferfrafernify Council, chr. of lhe l958 Homecoming Comm., served as represeniaiive on Sfudeni Aciiviiies Comm., was an orienfaiion leader, and was awarded fhe Ouislanding Sophomore award. Mary Comblin. Sferling, is a Junior maioring in Music. She is in Spurs, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Tau Bela Sigma, Della Omicron, Pi Lambda Theia, Choral-Aires, Opera Guild, Marching Band, Concerl Band, Philharmonic, and was a mem- ber of lhe l956 Summer Liirle Theafer of fhe Rockies. Mary is Sweefhearl of Acacia fraier- nily, was a Miss CSC finalisl, and received ihe Oufsfanding Freshman and Sophomore awards. Martha Fredling, Peeh, is a Senior majoring in Music. She has served as pres. of Pi Lambda Thela, warden of Della Omicron, sec.-lreas. of MENC, and pres. of Tau Bela Sigma as well as iis ouisfand- ing member. Mariha is also a member of Kappa Delia Pi, Marching Band, Concerf Band, and Concerf Orcheslra. She received 'the honor award key as one of fhe oufslanding members of Marching Band. Bill Hart, Denver, is a Senior maioring in Fine Arls. He is president of Acacia fraierniiy, was chairman of ihe i958 Freshmen Orieniafion Program. is a member of Delia Phi Delia, Phi Della Kappa, Blue Key, Totem staff, lnferfraier- niiy Council, and was chosen Gold Key Ouisianding Junior. Pat Kasper, Omaha, Nebraska, is a Senior maioring in Elemen- lary Educalion. She is pasi presidenl' of Srray Greeks, presidenf of Angel Flighf, member of Orchesis, social member of Pi Kappa Sigma, Cache la Poudre siaff, and Zeia Tau Alpha. Pal' was Homecoming Queen. Miss Congenialily of CSC, and Rocky Mounlain Track Queen. -Ae - 's li . ks "iii" ', Kb "' V 7- 8 ' I' Gs fav' . Y--V . S 4 5.3 Mary Ball, Loveland, is a Senior maioring in English. She is a mem- ber of Spur, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Pi Lambda Thela, Kappa Delia Pi, AWS Acf. Comm., WRHC, receiving fheir frophy in I956, Gold Key, Homecoming Sleering Comm., is Slu- denl' body sec., and was an Orienlalion leader. She was one of Oul- slanding Soph. and Jr. women, was on lhe Pres.' lisf, Blue Key Sweefhearr, Home- coming aliendani. Whole Who Raymond Kent, Engla- wood, is a Junior maior- ing in Biological Science. He has served on Siu- denl' Council for iwo years, lhis year as Publi- cafions chairman, is a member of IK, Alpha Phi Omega, Arnold Air Sociefy, fhe Varsiiy Swim Team, Newman Club, Science Club, Theia Xi fra+ernify, and was awarded fhe Oul- slanding Freshman award. ,iff 'iff Sully Barton, Monlrose, is a Senior majoring in Music. She is pres. of Della Omicron, pres. of Choral-Aires, a mem- ber of Gold Key, Tau Befa Sigma, AWS council, Concerf Band and Choir, Pi Lambda Theia, Kappa Della Pi, Home- coming Sieering Comm., and Alpha Sigma Alpha. Sally was on lhe Presidenl"s lisl and was recipienl of fhe Della Omicron Oulsfanding Senior award and fhe WRHC Scholarship frophy. Larry Eicher, Loveland, is a Junior maioring in Physical Educalion. He has served as pres. of "C" Club, pledge frainer of Tau Kappa Epsilon. and sergeanl-al'-arms of IK. He also claims membership in Blue Key, Mid-Year Confer- ence Sleering Commilfee, Homecoming Sleerin miliee. He was wresiling champion and Ouislanding Sophomore. Pot Harris, Greeley, is a Junior maioring in Maihemaiics. He is presidenl of Alpha Kappa 'Tv 'Z' is Lambda and lhe Junior class. He is a member of lnlerfraler- nily Council, Blue Key, lnler- collegiafe Knighis, Arnold Air Sociefy, Lambda Sigma Tau, and fhe Science Club. Alice Heinfz, Rochesler, Minn., is a Senior maioring in Elem. Ed. She has served as pres. of AWS, freas. of WRHC, sec. and v. pres. of Alpha Sigma Alpha. She also lis+s as her aclivifies Spur, Gold Key, Kappa Delia Pi, Pi Lambda Thefa, Homecoming Sleering Commiflee, Mid-Year Confer- ence Sleering Commilfee, and orienfalion leader. She was named Ouisianding Junior and lisied on ihe Presiden+'s lisl. Ken McGranahun. New Castle, is a Junior maioring in Busi- ness Educalion. He is presi deni of Cross Hall, presidenl of IK. chairman of lhe Siudenf Union Board, and is a member of MRHC, TKE, Sfudeni Coun- cil, Siudenl' Aclivifies Commii- +ee, Homecoming Commiffee, was an Orienfafion leader, and was chosen Freshman Ball King. l -file I wcfii 3,5-5: Hs ,L 'S-'?..:!'i" 521' L bZ:Ph.vIiLilI:11i35Fh'.iT ililknllbliihl LSP, 423' ,SJ 1:37 . ig' K .JR-W iiszii "., 'x Qs- f' f f, fx, , 1, . . ., 5 - at Q . 19194521 Kgzyyll 4 L Ray McGuire, Denver, is a Senior majoring in Physical Educalion. Ray is presidenl' of Befhel Fellowship, is a mem- ber of "C" Club, Blue Key. lnlercollegiale Knigh+s, and lhe Varsiiy Wreslling leam. He was chairman of lhe Home- coming House decoralions and was chosen Ugly Man in l?5b. John J. Puolino. Florence, is a Senior maioring in Physical Educalion. He is a member of Sfudenf Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Arnold Air Sociely, lnlercollegiale Knighls, receiv- ing lhe Knighi of Knighls award in l957, Newman Club, Homecoming Commillee, Slu- denl-Faculiy Personnel Com- miflee, Mid-Year Conference Sleering Commillee, All Greelc Week Sleering Commillee, and is College Admissions rep- resenlalive. Reynolds. Menlo Parlc, Calif., is a Junior majoring in Social Sludies and Malhe- malics. She is presidenl of Pi Kappa Sigma, Regional v. pres. of Naiional Sludenl Associa- lion, pasl pres. of Angel Flight, is a member of IRC, Sludenl Council, AWS Aclivi- fies Comm., and Spurs. She was awarded Pi Lambda Thela's Oulslanding Freshman and Sophomore awards and lhe Pa nhellenic Scholarship award. Judy Strong. Grand Junclion, is a Senior maioring in Elemen- lary Educafion. Judy has served as Asssilani Edifor and Edilor of lhe Cache la Poudre. is presidenf of Gold Key, Scholarship chairman and song leader of Pi Kappa Sigma, was an Orienfalion leader, and claims membership in Alpha Della, Pi Lambda Thela, Sigma Alpha lola and Newman Club. Cliff Wagoner, Longmoni, is a Senior maioring in Dislribulive Educalion. He serves as presi- denl of lhe CSC Associaled Sludenls, presidenl of Pi Kappa Della, is a member of Blue Key, Sigma Phi Epsilon, .. 3 Marilyn Mohr. Scolfs- blulf, Nebraslca, is a Senior maioring in Ele- menlary Educalion. She is presidenl' of Panhel- lenic Council and was recipienl of 'lheir schol- arship in l957. She is also presidenl of Tri Sigma and is a member of Pi Lambda Thela, Delia Omicron, Choral- Aires, Gold Key, AWS Council, WAA, served on lhe Homecoming commillee, was an Ori- enlalion leader, and was Junior Prom allendanl. Whfoys 'Whfo Carol Newlldrd, Galun, Canal Zone, is a Senior majoring in Elemenlary Educaiion. She is' presidenl' of WRHC and is a member of lhe Sfudenl Aclivi- +ies Commillee, lhe Sludenl Union Board, Religious Coun- cil, ACE, Spurs, Rainbow Club, Tri Sigma sororily of which she was an Ouislanding Pledge, and has parlicipafed in lhe annual swim show. Don Rau, Denver, is a Senior maioring in Fine Arls. Don served on 'lhe annual slaff for lwo years and has been edilor of lhe Tolem. He is a siudenf direcior al' lhe men's dorm, is presidenl of MRHC, member of Tau Kappa Epsilon, lnler- fralernily Council, Sludeni Aclivilies Comm., Alpha Della, Newman Club, and 'lhe swim- ming leam. Betty Stover, Forl Collins, is a Junior maioring in Elemenlary Educalion. Bel'fy's aclivilies include Spur, Pi Lambda Thela, ACEI, AWS Aclivilies Com- milfee for 'lhree years, and Orienfalion leader. She is vice presidenl of Pi Kappa Sigma sororily and Greelr Edifor of lhe Cache la Poudre. Mary K. Swan, Denver, is a Senior maioring in Music. She is pres. of Alpha Sigma Alpha, pres. of Madrigal Singers, and is a member of Della Omicron, Kappa Della Pi, Pi Lambda Thela, Gold Key, Spurs, Choral-Aires, WRHC, Panhel- lenic Council, Sludenl Aclivi- lies Comm., Opera Guild, and is soloisl' wilh lhe College Orcheslra. Mary was Home- coming Queen in l957 and a Blue Key alfendanl. Doren Younr, Fleming, is a Senior maioring in Business Educalion. Doren is a mem- ber of Pi Omega Pi and Alpha Delia. He has served as sfaif member and Business Manager rw. lb. Ni ws.,, R ' .A- L ,ass n , -s 3,4 -QL f fi ,d- 9. 10" ...av Slci Club, Dislribulive Educa- of lhe Mirror. This year he iion Club, and has been on capably serves as Edifor of lhe lnlercollegiale Debale lhe Mirror. Squad Page f 11 va sm., nn: ur. , Ar-N A x e . xx Q, ,Xxx , Le 15555 X '? , if - y . Q W , if 'ii N , ' 3' fl ff' ,x w x K-ri " XM X, W1 F -f-- , 1 X uf X w I 1-. .-'mx X X V ' ff' ix ,fv , f , '- V 'fi - ' 'ff . - - , - f X ' '. 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A-B Dean of the Graduate Division Dean of Women H0ll5il'lQ Supervisor Page 22 Q X D H , K Q 3 T' C53'IWW'3434450-'WI:0CCv.'bBJvIlHb5UilWH-iBliXlllIH:62Hh3llblE 'Iv-9 p 1' nl' A, XY William Hartman. ED.D. Ralph Johnston, A.B. Merle Parsons. B.S. Director of Public Relations News Editor Buildings ond Grounds -I ffiiqx Y JL Adlmimisiufautimm George Sanderson. M.A. Director of Admissions Jock Show. PH.D. Glen Turner, M.B.A. Wesley Westrum. M.A. Deon of Students Controller Director of Student Union Page 23 5 '4 1 ,441-EFL -1.2 , ' , .' " 12,124 I4 ' . :sms-5.-.1 1 :f4??""?fFi "W z.,-" fr--w :.-'i1':- I.: 4 iff:-2 '31-1 4433,-," "'f'?15' i 5 '. .3 5:--4 -5.93.15 -:Alf - Page 24 Division af Ain: Science Moior Wilson Korona Division Head Lefl' io Righlz Caplaln Wallace Wegner, Caplain Charles Perry, Capiain Marion Shoop, Maior Roberl Owens. Feel the urge to make like a bird? If so, do il scientifically, By all means. If one sfill has the desire after two years of required Air Force ROTC training, he can belong to the Arnold Air Society. This hinges on o few suppositions: a few facts stored upstairs. 20-20 vision, and good physical condition. ,L . . .fl ....u.uuv.1.m'.1.x-ul Lei? fo Righfz Mas+e'r Sergeanl James Sadlier, Airman Firsi Class Daniel Banks, Masfer Sergeanf Charles Beboul, Sfaff Sergeanf Melvin McMillan, Technical Sergeanf Richard Thornfon, Sfaff Sergeanf Roberi C. Smifh. nies:-ga.. ' z.me:,wq.caal LQ. Q3!""e-J Dr. Kenneth Perry Division Head Divisiom of the Arts N Lefl +o Right: Waison Bidwell, Eugene Carier. Max Lubbers, John Mariani Richard Ellinger, Fred Kagy, Leif fo Riqhf: William Erwin, Morris Johnson Rose Leacoclc, Vera Newburn, Richard Ball, Barbara Hunf. The buzzing of saws and the aroma of cooking mixed with the splashes of wild color could mean nothing other than the arts at work. If you are a talented taster try the advanced cooking classes. Don't gasp at the painting, the artist may be a De Vinci of tomorrow. or at least the next day. Burnt thumbs. smashed thumbs, and paint stained thumbs characterize maiors. Page Page 26 Division of Education Left to Right, Back Row: Tyrus Hillway, Fern Cazel, Arno Lulrer, Charles McLain. Row Two: Lyman Graybeal, Myrne Nevison. Eugene Koplitz. Row One: James Miles, Betty Lowry, Earl Zwetschlze. -ri. 5 Lett to Right, Back Row: Allan Elliott, Jack Shaw, Edward Kelly, Charles Page. Row Two: Marion Jennings, Amos Claybaugh. Alberta Reitze, Alvin Mosbo. Row One: Elizabeth Lehr, Anna Dr. Edward J. Kelly Fagerlie, Mariorie Harkness. So you think you have a knack with your big sister's kids and that's the reason you decided to become an elementary education maiar! It's a good idea but. oh. what you have to go through. First you must complete a series of beloved courses simply entitled-Ed. To benefit the fullest you will then proceed to write an observation or two, a paper or ten. and take many tests. You will come from the Ed. depart- ment. head crammed full of practical sugges- tions and scared to death. Division Head Lett to Right, Back Row: John Bothell, G. D. Morrison, Arthur Mitchell. Row Two: Stephen Sheldon, Cecily Grumbine, John Fulbright. Row One: Glen Nimnicht, Lucile Harrison, George Jones. - ..-A-mm.....l-wmnlna. so Division of Health amd Lefi 'lo Right, Back Row: John Bunn, Warren Best, Doris Steffy, Joe Lindahl. Row One: Guy Reiff, Margaret Everett, Tony Rossi. I fsul Left Leif to Right, Back Row: Eddie Jo Connell, J. S. Doubonmeier, Jessie Latham, Vincent Cyphers, Row One: James Genasci, Ella Dr, L, C, Bupler May Small, Nancy Van Anne, Robert Blasi. Division Head to Right, Baci: Row: Edith Montero, Wesley Staten. Row One: Esther Lolz, John Hancock, Jean Cave. Six quarters of PE ore required of every student attending CSC. but don't bemoan this fact for there ore many ways you con complete this re- quirement. If you're the outdoor type tennis. softball. baseball. football. or soccer may inter- est you. If you'd rather be out of the elements there is always a place for you in the PE dance program. Students do folk, top, modern. ond social dancing under the watchful eye of fleet- footed instructors. Page 27 , . Page 28 sm-4. . ll 'l Division of the Humamities L i lu i 6, 9 l 1 Z1 9, i Left lo Right: George Gales, Roberl' O'Neill, Robert Jones, James Nardin, Forrest Frease, Thomas Burnarn. Left lo Right: Shirley Carriar, Catherine Giberl, Elizabeth Carney, Wilma Merlan. Helen Langworlhy, Florence Meyer. Left lo Righl: Donald Holley, 4 4 Dr. Neal Cross Division Head S. R. Toussainl, Leonard Landry, Wendell Starr, Ray DeBoer, Martin Candelaria, Robert Graham. This is where the artful artists, the musical musicians, and the lyrical linguists gather to- gether and search their history for all the fa- mous names they should have memorized. The basic courses are those the freshmen dread and those that the iuniars and seniors wish they had paid more attention to. li l , ..,, ,, .aim-.,. 4 L il:-iv.-Qamaawmzuszzzani-zfcmixlsao Left to Right: Ralph King, Rita Hutcherson. Dale Dykins, Don Gar- lick, Blanche Ginsburg, Wayman Walker. Dnisvnisiion -of Music 1 'n CQ, ' Qs s Y iw, 1 ig 2 xr., sj 'e H, ' xg S r l Xxx X: 3 5 W A - - 3 S + ki l T , . , ff lf M' -' 25 f f ' " -Sffi Left to Right: William Gower, Marvin George, James Miller, Waller Schenlcman, Paul Sloner, Claude Schmitz. Dr. E. E. Mohr Division Head Leif lo Right: John Fluke, Edna Hoydar, John Chadwick, Rupert Goadbrod, Carl Melander. ' f 1 z --4 1 V . . -ze . fi as ' za in r Ss, ' ' ' 5' ?, ,, "Nff3:i:1?' ,,,g,'?1,:' 1. , . at Q R , --:.:5:sf1. - J- J - ., , .- zzstks.-Q - .., fx The music maiors are those known in CSC circles as scholars who attend class all day every day. Some of the combinations of flute, trumpet. and trombone coming from the practice rooms sound a little peculiar: but those long hours of blowing do pay off in a professor's studio later in the week. Not only are these students talented musicians, but they have mastered a feat not common to the average C-Stater: they know where they're going and how to get there through those innumerable corridors of Frasier! Page 29 au 4 - K. L L. ..s.12:.Q.f4.1Lbb-av:,Ln5Nif.'sf'11:Qflva'3'5Qi Division of the Sciemues Dr. Hurley Glidden Division Head Leif +o Rigi1i:Fores+ Fisch, Jack Hafferkamp.Eclith Selberg, Dale Paiierson Fred Herman. Catch that pleasant odor-it's H246'lC7 or something like thot: concocted only by the od- vonced chemists. You will realize that your physics closs is electrifying when you get your first bud shock. Things like this go on all day with students in the science division. Freshmen shudder at the thought of three quarters of that incomprehensible stuff known as science 3, 4, ond 5. x Page 30 Left fo Right: Maynard Siamper, William Kocl1,Luise Neal,John Beal O. W. Tollefson, iEb!l.b:.R'TiIiii7. I?KxTa?s Dr. Leslie D. Zeleny Division Head Division of the Social Studies , . ,. W -V ,..,-. e ,. if ' - . E X R . ' ' ,P ' gg.. aa ' K 'as' , . ,kbl I ,N X- H , ., , , A v ,.,,, I fs... 3 Y .E Q . Q, R 2-ff-,fr ii, Rib- ' " fx' h lg 3 3 QE ...qw '. f ' ' Qff zkfti pw I L5 . ' j 1' , .fi , 15 ,rl Q 1 ' we S-:f f :-V . -.s. .4 . . . -1 gg . , ,, - ., ns- w. v 21. .Q . -1 f A, X, -. fs W -::-v::-2'.-'-'-.-- fx he 1 V W 'fx-M-2:50 X ' .: " ks:-1 - if :. A, p - was .-59.1, . f ,KY 'v.:HkF'5f2,- .T its . , ' '.4"wf'Si? R, H . :L . . ,six XMLJ . S' Left to Right: Donald Chalouplza, Richard Perchlilr, Lee Roy Wesf, Francis Quammen, H. P. Chrisfensen. Left fo Right: Thomas Sfirton, A. R. Reynolds, John Mickey, Dean Arnold, David Tavel, Nicolaas Versluys. Delving into the post and finding out who died in office, who conquered Rome, and who Marx was is o requirement if one is to be o well- rounded historian. The ever present battle be- tween the Democrats ond the Republicans will not be solved in Political Science as you might think-after all. professors are politicians, too. Page 31 "You have six minutes to transcribe." These words are frequently heard in Shorthand. Be- sides taking dictation, shorthand students spend much of their time drilling on outlines. Busi- ness maiors spend many hours in typing lab and work late into the night adding columns of fig- ures over and over to make them balance for Accounting class. They not only learn office skills, but they also learn the right way to approach a prospective buyer. Page 32 Division nf Business Education Dr. Kenneth J. Hansen Az.. ,fm -41 Left to Right: Ray Heimerl, Alice Yetka, Rose Farrar. Edward Peterlin. man Dale Bratlen Hugo Korpu Division Head Left to Right: Roman Warmke, Carl Pollock, Donald.Nelsen, Roland Water 'D' -Nitbhvvislviirmlt E-N-Lsiiww. l' "GtrtCrEi1G.5Ri:3J1Ab-47-MWMbNhNKQ261JMH4 MMKWhTImENHm Back row: May Slarnes. Marjorie John- Library fig fn . A 3 ,..1,- mir., 5 w A: 1 - ' V1 'Uffwggmrj' ' , ix ' , lf' -,3fx'1f,E1Q"'f, . l. . - , ' ' Y f ,nw I '-A 5 ,,. ' V V il ,e N ,L ff- I . My eq- W' 1 'f'T'.,.1Jlr': ' . ff" ,Eli Ji X I 7' ,Y -3 -K ,ii-.23 ,"2-fee'Qg.53 , ., .. ,-:A HEAD LIBRARIAN Mr. Daniel Seeger son. Fronl' row: Lois Brown, Susan Neely. Q ,Mh- Back row: Marina Low, Tekla Beklceclal, William Phoe- nix, Jo Hall, Virginia Cosiello. Fronf row: Irene Bogan, Vivian Tilden. Back row: Calherine Morgan, Nancy Al- kisson. Fronl row: Doug Burger. Page 33 x X C INXS ff' 'Ny If rp, mf 7' f. fr WW Uhr IZKFSIII 0'- " ,.,-If ,mr V im g f L J ..,-..:a.,. 1, 1-7 K Y ' fd- 1- nu gif 4 Y I 52 , in 4 f M- N if' , K ... ?,, Xb- -,X k i:- X-Y -,553 1-' PAGE 36 a' 1 ' '22 X er! fi KA 1 Q ' mn? . 1 3 - - .4 Q ry --"' . - ' E 'Hifi 5? I Q d Y F ? Q 1 Q' ,Q 4, 1. ' l ' , 1:3 3 1 4 y . if 1 lj I' L . Y' ff . i 5" 5 1 Q. i A-'?,Q VT,- o if il- W i X 3 , X 3 ' 'Q 3.-5 1 N J ! ii 1 X l l ' W ii Nearing the end of their undergraduafe college career, Senior class officers from left to right above are Presidenf, Clark Milsomg Vice-President, Virginia Dynesg Secrefary.Karen Roberts:Treasurer. Carolyn Bouts, Senior Glass Strange that he should feel so deflated. when only a short time ago he had been sitting on top of the world. This was the day for which he had waited so long. This was the day he had expected to feel like a million dollars . . . and he had. all during the commencement cere- mony. But now he felt as though someone had punctured his balloon of ioy. He wondered what had become of his self confidence, of his pride in his-accomplishment. He felt only a fleeting sadness at leaving this school which had mode up his life for the past four years., at leaving the people who had become his best friends. He was apprehensive at the thought of being cast adrift from the security he had known sa long . . . at the thought of setting forth on his own. But the year was over: he must look ahead to the future. With a feeling of sadness. but also one of challenge. he walked forward to receive his diploma. Student teaching starfs Seniors on their way in the profession of education. "wr 11-ls.-1':r. di." Lv:-:Q l . :M-:Li'ilf1l+,2t5533.Lvl:Illini-UJizl'l5S!I:Llf:L.i::Lll!klSh:.ebiAMKiWXrLi:tibX 2 as '23 .,f- -QY' ' Y -g-4 LI Floyd Acre Phys. Ed, Sterling Jim Alegre Phys. Ed. kdihaele, Hawaii Jean Allan Elem. Ed. New Raymer Larry Allen History Canon City Ruth Allen Elem. Ed. Wiggins i I6 :vi 'Hur tg. 1-ff, mf- 3 wi Z sa '27 ,..u- Tom Allen Ind. Arts Cheyenne, Wyo. Nancy Allis Home EC, Golden Dale Alyea Hist. 8 Pol. Sci. Pueblo Joan Alyea History Pueblo Bob Anderson Ind. Arts McVille, N. D Margaret Anderson LCFYY ASPQQYPH Elem. Ed. 5P9eCh Denver Aurora, Neb. Roger Anderson Ronald Atkins Fine Arts History Fargo, N. D. Warren Anderson Ind. Arts Greeley Ruby Arakawa Business Ed. Wailuku, Hawaii Bob Arterburn Phys. Sci. Otis Cola. Springs Ardath Ayars Music Grover Bob Babb English Denver Eldon Baker Speech Britt, Iowa Lois Balko Elem. Ed. Great Falls, Mon Mary Ball English Loveland Laurine Banks Math. Ba salt Gail Barnes Fine Arts Pueblo Paul Barnes Gen. Sec. ' 'is t. Sioux Falls, S. D. Semiioifs Page 37 Page 38 Semiers I'-T . TT ,av- Claude Barrett Speech Denver Patrlcla Barrett Speech Denver Sally Barton Music Montrose Connle Bauman Dist. Ed. Greeley Ronald Bellamy Biological Sci. Denver 'Fi' 'Q -If Y' : Q . ,, -e,-4,51 xc- if ' J" If 3' .fr Tom Belt Soc. Si. Durango Kenneth Berger lnd. Arts Long Hill, Conn. Rusana Blackman Elementary Pueblo Carol Blocker Elem. Ed. Webster, S. Dak. Deanna Blue Phys. Ed. Denver . -X Neg. , wr .,,,,,., or 'Q' 3 5 Bernice Baccacclo Mary Ellen Boxberger Bus. Ed. Bus. Ed. Aguilar Eaton Sharon Bonde Robert Braden Elem. Ed. Bus. Ed. Hot Springs, S. D. Kingston, Ohio Jlm Bau hman Kathleen Brazelton Bug, gd, Elem. Ed. Yuma Denver Carolyn Bouts Dale Bress Elem. Ed. Gen. Sec. Denver Littleton Clalre Bowman Alfred Brophy Med. Tech. Phys. Sci. Cody, Wyo. Wray 0- 3 Joan Brown Elem. Ed. Harrisburg, Neb. Wlnona Ma! Brown Elem. d. Greeley Barbara Buchanan Elem. Ed. Pueblo Ellen Bundy Elem, Ed. Casper, Wyo. Doug Burger English Denver ' ' 'he 40- .'1 www ,N 4 5' Charles Burke lnd. Arls Fort Lupton Waller Burkeh Speech Pueblo Barbara Burns Dielelics Denver Velva Burien Home Ec. Haxlun Joy Busler Elem. Ed. Longmonl it 7 S . X lil, - 4 .. K. 4" if . fa? , .455 'N , QE!! 5531 weve. - ly ..f. +,,. KWH' , HMQZ eww' :wig Wg... ,, , L., A 4' 1- w. .,ge,, '22 , , ' Y 5- ' . A , , 'S A Lee Buller Gen. Sec. Fart Lupfon Jerry Buffers Mafh. Denver Berry Bgren Elem. d. Denver WNB D. Calehan isl. Ed. Baldwin Park, Calif. Parry Camuek Elem. Ed. Pueblo '52 Helen Capron Elem. Ed. Wheel Ridge Fred Carlllo Elem. Ed. Denver Marilyn Carlson Elem. Ed. Greeley Jo Cernelli Elem. Ed. Pueblo Warren Cerere Phys. Ed. Pueblo IU! f or ..,1, X. 1. , 'Q of A we AR 'V xi f 's Rad Q3 l. 'ff ,R S... l ' i . .K Helen Caslaneda Foreign Lang. Denver Veneha Chandler Bus. Ed. Springfield L. H. Chilly Ind. Arls Greeley Mary Chrlslle Speech Colo. Springs Dick Churchill Elem. Ed. Greeley ps . , Y? -15 Cl? , -v .J 'I Q s V .., L 5g?Ea N X Q" nn' ,-W' Flay Clark Elem. Ed. Lamar George Clark Music Deadwood, S.D. Richard Clark Bus. Ed. Argonia. Kan. Sheryl Clark Elem. Ed. Winfield, Kan. Lynn Ceales Phys. Ed. Longmonf Seniors Page 39 Page 40 Seniors Soirfi vim av pw, 'Uh 3-R' 'ab A A 'il' -of Q 153' .-47 1 Ti 2 1' "TY can David Coleman Phys. Ed. Lakewood David Coles Hisl. 8- Pol. Sci. Craig Thomas Colgole Ind. Arls Englewood Carolyn Cook Music Leadville John Cook Hislory Chickasha, Okla M lvl Qi Jeanne Collins English Ames, Iowa Helen Corbeff Bus. Ed. Greeley James Cox Soc. Sl. Canon Cily Jane! Cox Elem. Ed. Denver Elaine Crawley Dielelics Denver PQI --., Cheron Cruse Foreign Lang. Sfeamboal Springs John Cubbage Drama Longman? Jane Cunningham Soc. Sf. Kearney, Neb. Bill Curammeng Elem. Ed. Lihue, Kauai Barbara Dalr mple Elem. EJ Bennell Waller Davies Malh. Sanla Fe, N. M. Dorolhy Dawson Phys. Sci. Granada Judy Day Elem. Ed. Powell, Wyo. Frank DeBelI Ind. Arls Denver Joyce Delloll Elem. Ed. Rockwell Cily, Iowa sv f' I 'VB 17:1 Louis DeCres:enlls Speech Denver Joyce Degenharl Elem. Ed. Yuma Ursula Denny Elem. Ed. Denver Newell Dickey Soc. Sl. Cascade Richard Dickson Gen. Sec. Yuma 4.--.mga19:11.54ll1.:.iw..'z:.-aizmml:iniliulf-Kikuklizfr liz- f Q vd is 'Wi if-' Qu. K VIN! , -we-s , F, F .affi i 3 A Y .6 . ..-nv :S 0 14 Dun Diers Ind. Arls Lakewood Nick DiGiallonarda Bus. Ed. Louisville Leonard Dionisis Bus. Ed. Pueblo Thomas Dobson Liberal Arls Aflanlic Highlands, N.J. Ralph Dokken Ind. Arls Cakalo, Minn. 'li' 1 ,, x " rv, U 49' .- all 1: -7? if HY I i 5 Q 'S 1 A -, 945, C' 1-r N1 'S .x, .Y n ff. U fron Id JA 'N5 "YV .ii 4- Jane Dozier Speech Glenwood Springs Virginia Durham Elem. Ed. Rush Ginge Dynes Elem. Ed. Alamosa Eleanor Edwards Bus. Ed. Greeley Bonila Eikermann Phys. Ed. Flagler 41' Margarel Elder Music Fort Collins Richard Elder Soc. Sf. Denver Marlin Erickson Bus. Ed Rodman, Iowa Colleen Esles Elem. Ed. Longmonl Charles Eubanks Bio. Sci.-P.E. Greeley v, 'rx Q K i l I 'rf' QU' ,,-.-w Ricllord Fife Bio. Sci. Lamar Julie Filler Home Ec. Englewood Leona Finellom Home Ec. Greeley Rolene Flelcher Science Berlhoud David Farlney Elem. Ed. Cheyenne, Wyo. sv , ii' Donald Fox Ind. Arls Deerlrail Arlene Franken Elem. Ed. Sioux Cenler, Iowa Kay Franken Elem. Ed. Ogalala, Nebr. Marlha Fredling Music Peeh Wynona Freeman Elem. Ed. Collbran Seniors Page 4l Page 42 Seniors , 4-.1-I 1 " A .a .5 .2 Qin K M5- Q 'Jie r ' ' r Q ' l A H fr" .- X T 'Q' A 'Vs WA ,QQ up .i --f" ,dr FL' 3' '1""'Y'. . 43:7 Arnold Fuiii Dave Garner Math. Fine Arts Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii Platteville Carol Lynn Fuiita Linda Lee Geeslin Elm. Ed. Elem. Ed. Denver Henning, Minn. Jacqueline Gabriel Danny Genou English lnd. Arts Denver Pueblo Charlotte Gallegos Art Giffin Bus. Ed. Bus. Ed. Dupont Greeley Dork Gami Madaline Gipe Bus. Ed. Bus. Ed. Honolulu, Hawaii Montrose l JoAnne Gleason Elem. Ed. Wheat Ridge Jean Goddard Phys. Ed. Champion, Neb. Walfer Goltl Phys. Ed. Adams City Carl Goodwin Ind. Arts Denver Joyce Goodman Elem. Ed. Cheyenne, Wyo. 'F' . Vincent Grace Fine Arts LaJunta Marie Graham Elem. Ed. Powell, Wyo. Gilbert Grasselly English Denver Mana Jane Grassmlck Elem. Ed. Gering, Nebr. Margaret Gray History Oak Park, Ill. Sllarl Gray Elem. Ed. Washta, Iowa Lon Green Bio. Sci. Colorado Springs William Griese Bus. Ed. Brush Billy Haddon Elem. Ed. Rocky Ford Jean Hadden Elem. Ed. Greeley 'slimy ii-'...vQaQfgiv.f1,.Qiiiu:rb.ib.L'1r-3iH5lSWiGSWl3HkEHi.1HH l f'i4 W as JV .iv . E Jeanne Haldermc.. Gen. Sec. Denver Llnda Hanson Elem. Ed. Colo. Springs Charles Harrlngfon M usi c Love Ia nd Monnie Harrls Gen. Sec, Arvada William Hari Fine Arls Denver Alice Heinh Elem. Ed. Rochesler, Minn. Marilyn Henry Bus. Ed. Denver Marfha Henshow Elem. Ed. Wheal Ridge Reber! Hickman Phys. Ed. Galesburg, III. Thomas Hinman Ind, Arls Denver Glurrianne Holzwarlh Maih. Sl. Francis, Kan. Florence Hopcus Horne Ec. Thermopolis, Wyo. Derick Hulme Phys. Ed. Greeley Charles Hulse Bus, Ed. Slerling Gaye Huslon Elem. Ed. Walden ff 'Q-V Larella lacovefio Gen. Sec. Tabernash Archie Jonzen Gen. Elem, Winfon, Calif. Phyllis Johnson Elem. Ed. Parker Shirley Johnson Elem. Ed. Plalleville Viola Johnson Elem. Ed. Newark, N.J. YN ax Nerf Charlene Josserand Bus. Ed. Arriba Alma Koiikawa Elem. Ed. Mounf View, Hawaii Nancg Jo Karlson oc. Sf. Lakewood Pal Kaseaar Elem. d. Omaha, Nebr. Ann Kendall Elem. Ed. Hufchinson, Kan. Scemnims Page 43 'i l l 1 l l l A l 1 l l l l l a l Page 44 Seniors 2 lil can 4,J uhz.. by 1 , .?'i-E'l- .. .,, 5 .5 . e . of Q D FVXL- ... . -,f"'v.,.. a i: hs ,L-.' 1 ESQNEQ' . Was. lbflkii-53. 4 ' g K ii. -H' .K we w ,qi xy '9 -U M li . tv: y ': n Q, gf' H g- .Suf gkmi , A f' .mir ' , E l N, "' 4 e, f fx . E 4 Y H ' K ! 9 .5 3 X FV rg ' Sl '-in 'vw -ni ,. X N! if . ' : I , i Y -Qgiizlg -,,..L.f4 W-ll.. " - if-5' , 5 Eff 9 0 f' .-. , . . ' r A A I aff- fi' 3' l ' . gf... Y 5 1 V. . ' F' f -" W is ..,, -L ,. .ff ,,,, A. . . - ' ' . ,., .g.. - ' V ' 2 "' 2 fri- . f ' . Rev Kilmer Alan Koh william Korin Dorofhy Lindohl 509' SU- Ind- AFQS Soc. Sci. Home Ec. Willard Forf Collins Denver pueblo Lynn Klocksiem Elem. Ed. Casper, Wyo. Ernesi Klovduhl Bus. Ed. Forl Luplon Lois Knechf Elem. Ed. Wheel Ridge Sue Knotts Elem. Ed. Greeley Evegyn Kogldemu Kay Kriegsrnunn em. U . Elem. Ed. Hawaii Sidney, Nebr. Ceiherine Konlshi Gay Lqnkenqn BUS- Ed- Music Plafleville Decafur, Ind, John Korber Pgul Lggnik Elem- Ed- Bio. Sci. Pueblo Louisville Thomas Korin Hg'-ry Lee Fine Arls Histor Denver Arcadia, galil. BeHy Lindenmier Med. Tech. Wheal' Ridge Eleanor Linn Music Lakewood Spence Livinqsion Phys. Sci. Craig Harlo Longmor s Ed. E Phy . Kimball, Nebr. - A- .Agw1mm .f ' i' ' 1-3 , - ...ri - - '.-A X--2-Q' . :' - Q J :Q , 3. L . ' "Qi 4 Y . -P- 1 I J' vgh Q A A' A " r 11' ' xx A-xv -vy 1l3'. -Wx -16 Karen Lochner Bus. Ed. Denver Jerry Long Phys. Ed. Coffeeville, Kan. Dee Lovalo Foreign Lang. Poinl of Rocks, Wyo. J. C. Lusk Gen. Sec. Fowler Jerald Lusk Elem. Ed . Fowler . L. . .:.:..n.lna-..:.n-will+1-.sim-uminnslzlsrgnnzwuaklisiiullinssnfhii F -1 is 36: 1-.4 .X Q, 'f '7 - a F N3 .lfi " QS s . ., . fx 1 TH fa-fx XYZ' Doroihy McConnell Elem Ed. Prole, Iowa James McGee Bus. Ed. Oxford, Nebr. Paul McKeever Phys. Ed. Tilden, Nebr. Barbara McKenzie Elem. Ed. Rocky Ford Mary McKinney Home Ec. Carbondale .4 "3 ,R ' , nv' N 7 if S' or ::, f 5, X , IT 'V -rr' JY' X f-. VW' 1 ..- fix :- 'B' 5. ff Q 1- , U , P 'ig Q, , 4,- H -fiflfi 0 l f,f:.e 3' ' jj, P 1 " ' ' 1 s X . - . 5 lx "" I - . 9 ' . . 4-32. ,g . f x - -.Ejf-- 5 1 f 4, J g ji 2 pg ggi ff if 7"'P ""! James McNamara Soc. Sci. Durango Helen Maag Phys. Ed. Peelz Arnold Mabile Disf. Ed. Green River, Wyo. Allna MacDonald Malh. ' Otsego, Much. John MacNeill Fine Arfs Brush Myrna MaeNelII English Brush K y ankamyer G gsm. Ed. Sullon, Nebr. Carol Marble Elem. Ed. Brush Everell March Phys. Ed. Fort Morgan Max Marr lnd. Arls Denver Roberf Marsh Music Cheyenne, Wyo. Pele Maria Malh-Phys. Sci. Holchkiss Audrey Marfens Elem. Ed. Burlinglon Diane Marlin Bus. Ed. Greeley James Mariin Phys. Sci. Greeley Lois Marlin Elem. Ed. Greeley Leekoy Marlinel Bus. Ed. Pueblo Grady Mafihews Phys. Ed. Denver Jean Maihews Elem. Ed. Lindon Edward Maxwell Phys. Ed. Slippery Rock, Pa. Seniors Page 45 Page 46 Seimiinnfs 'U' 1 ,QF uv R 'Q' A-af, V 4. w Carol Mayborn Elem. Ed. Scollsbluff, Nebr. Jerry Meek Phys. Ed. Loveland Bruce Meffah Phys. Sci. Tehran, Iran Dale Miura Elem. Ed. Pahoa, Hawaii Carol Mixaue Elem. Ed. Denver L -uv Anne Monaf Elem. Ed. Myers, Mani. Janet Monroe Elem. Ed. Greeley Lucy Monfgomery Elem. Ed. Belen, N.M. Isabelle Moran Elem. Ed. Denver Kennelll Moreland Soc. Sl. J ulesberg ' 'Q 'W X 'i Q9 Joyce Morgan Bus. Ed. Brighton Marilyn Mohr Elem. Ed. Scoffsbluff. Nebr. Dorene Mullins Elem. Ed. Pueblo Mar A N d' Ei..l'.l'EJ "" Denver Leonard Narraccl Sac. Sf. Nefcong, N.J. 5 l nd.Qv.i.-4 4-I W-1' Quinn Q Barbara Negomlr English Pueblo Carol Newhord Elem. Ed. Galun, Canal Zone Anne Niemer English Fennimore, Wis. Sayako Nislli Bus. Ed. Kersey Bennie Nuanes Hisf-Pol. Sci. Denver . sir. 2 . N vv f ser-5 sz' in-, . , .A .Nh Y. . 5 2 ' Helen Oaks Elem. Ed. Colo. Springs Jean Oaks Sec. Ed. Akron Billie Lou Odle Elem. Ed. Kersey Belllel Oeshnan English Wray Jerry Oesiman Math. Wray JNL Rfb.316HB!RlC!3.1isLMbH2Srii!.'i.02lvliiDl'fililfiiT o-x H5 T 'Q' ,... W 'T- is nk Ill .cfs-, rg. .. -Qu. -. Y J - -7 John Okino lnd. Arls Hilo, Hawaii Janine Olson Bus. Ed. Denver Judilh Olson Elem. Ed. Greeley Ronald Orr Bus. Ed. Brighlan Vema Lee Or! Elem. Ed. Delfa William OH Malh. Aurora Evalelh Overholse Elem. Ed. Boulder Caroline Pabsl Home Ec. Brush John Foalino Phys. Ed. Florence Eileen Pavlekavich Diefelics Calumel City, III. Barbara Overahl Elem. Ed. Hol Springs Dan Osler Sci. LaSalle William Osler Bus. Ed. LaSalle Joanne Oslrom Elem. Ed. Salida Lois Oswall Elem. Ed. Colo. Springs Nancy Payne Fine Arls Rocky Ford Richard Payne Gen. Sec. Denver Joyce Payle Speech Granls Pass, Ore. Delbert Peckumn Ind. Arls Del Norle Donna Peckumn Bus. Ed. Del Norle QB Pele Pederson Bus. Ed. Brinnell, Iowa Courlney Pelerson Bus. Ed. Colo. Springs Margo! Pelerson Elem. Ed. Parsons, Kan. Penny Peferson Elem. Ed. Greal Falls, Monl. James Phillips Phys. Ed. Greeley Seniors Page 47 Seniors -J "'.'.? -vi' 4... Q W M f 'fmwxxgglu rm' f -n'-V" ff-sf" LV l l ,X haf' apr' 'ir' 12. YN v-gy Marlene Phillips Kenneth Plonkey Elem. Ed. Drama Denver Wheal Ridge Despina Phoulrides Ronald Page Fine Arls English Frederick Haxlun Roberl Pier John Pulloru Speech Soc, Sci, Englewood Pueblo Kulhleen Plank Sfanley Rasmussen Elem. Ed. Phys. Ed,-Malh. Denver Greeley Roberf Plant Jack Reifschneider Gen. Sec. Phys. Ed. Rocky Ford Morrill, Nebr. Page 48 N A, sc- 'X ,WIN 1:27 SO' W--.- Avis Reising Elem. Ed. Morrill, Nebr John Rennes Elem. Ed. Ofis Fred Rexus Disl. Ed. Gilcresl Robert Rice History Grand Junclio Dan Robinson Hisl.-Pol. Sci. Denver I1 Ed Robran Foreign Lanq. Loveland Eveline Robson Elem, Ed. Welland, Canada Eileen Rocchio Bus. Ed. Florence Berna Kay Rockwell Bus. Ed. Wray Ted Rogers Fine Arls Grand Junclion ,ff 15 ' or-. n "ve- 'Y' i i l a Q- . .wet Jere Rood Soc. Sl. Leadville Bud Roof Bus. Ed. Omaha. Nebr Pofricio Roll! Elem Ed. Pueblo Louis Rubel Disl. Ed. Greeley Dolores Ruff Elem. Ed. Vale, S.D. . bmlak. l.ifl'iI.w llwan'i!Liv.:ieSJ.Q5!l!r.MKlull! ikildil l 'ee -o- 'ID' gg.. . all 436'- Mary Rujf Gen. Sec. Aull Eunice Rumsey English Kersey Roberl Runyan Bus. Ed. Rock Springs, Wyo. Nanci Rullerford P s. Ed. Glraig Dick Ryan Ind. Arls Denver E5f',. -- V iliifi, ' E- -Wx ' ' 4 J " , F fa. Q. -1-' A2195 '1- w. 1 3 X. '- Q. ' Q , - . U Q 5.1. ,mfv g V up f . .5 k . . - -5 4 f , MX. full 19 Yr T . .40 ...Q . . My' Kalllleen Ryan Jackie Sanford Fine Arls Elem. Ed. Rocky Ford Cheyenne, Wyo. Mary Ellen Rybiska Margie Sanlangelo Fine Arls Elem. Ed. Denver Denver Jean Ryken Hiram Say Elem. Ed. Bio. Sci. Ackley, Iowa Honolulu, Hawaii Mary Anne Sagraves Ernesl Saylor Elem. Ed. Elem. Ed. Denver Berlin, Pa. Roberl Sandberg Laverna Scllah Phys. Sci. Elem. Ed. Greeley Greeley ,Q 4 qx ,rf e Q..-sup Gale Schauerman Music Greeley Gordon Sclleele Bio. Sci. Greeley Belly Schimph Elem. Ed. LaMesa, Calif. Elizabelh Schmid! Home Ec. Julesburg Bob Schreiner Soc. Sl. Plalleville Fran Seabraneh Elem. Ed. Pasadena, Calif. Charles Sekera Gen. Sec. Denver Kay Selll Elem. Ed. Leechburg, Penn. Pauline Shiolas Elem. Ed. Grand Junclion John Simi Disl. Ed. North Plalle, Nebr Semiwnfs Page 49 Semnimfs .17 4' i of T X .Q 6' T, 'Ulf' f at 77 "Sf Qi' ...- vw.,- 'D' A wry ,.f' -., ., me Ui., E ,l 5 n x ns.. ' ,X fi! Ft, i X . -gf' x vt? , -f- . .Wa vo., sz "'-1 Q ? M "J .- 'rf X 11.1 xx X '-X . 5' is N ggzifxw ., ' fgginr I ,V .1-q:35,,x A "Nw, ll ' , " so x vt 1 Q --1 'X ffm " fi? it '-:' f i 'iwmzfq W 7, i 1 -r, ' :a uh e- H ., 1 X7-Nm . lv. A . A' s .Ax f 6 " 'TS' . if 1f ff All I Randolph Simmons Joe Slobko Bruce Smith Mariorie Smilh Hisi.-Pol. Sci. Phys Ed. Gen. Sec. Music Bluefield, W. Va. Oak Creek Greeley Cope Fred Simpson Lois Smit Dennis Smith Melvin Smith Phys. Sci. English Music Music Mitchell, Nebr. Beatrice, Nebr. Denver Loveland Lorrine Skaff Beverly Smith Furabe Smilh Paxton Smith Bus, Ed. Elem, Ed. English English Del Norte Pueblo Greeley Independence, Kan. Lester Skaggs Bill Smilh Leonard Smith Beniamin Snodgress Gen. Sec. Ind. Arts Soc. Sl. I-nd. Arts Longmont Greeley Boynton Beach, Fla. Kit Carson Richard Skurda Bonnie Smith Marilyn Smith Larry -Snyder Hist,-Pol. Sci, Home Ec. Elem. Ed. - Hnsl. Snyder Toponas Fort Collins Denver . .A 4 1. , . A fl.. I .- 1 1 1 ...1,..:.,,a+.is.-llzfm f w fpiwiafz-5iizlLmaai.W.fis!11:l.isl5sIi-' Q , All G w-,lp X ,.e. lg f , 5 6 T'-'1 N in '02 :fe Rodney Snyder Soc. St. Nevada, Iowa James Soderlum Bus Ed. Denver Ervin Spahr Disr. Ed. Chicago, Ill. Curtis Sprenger Music Loveland Marcia Springston Elem. Ed. Denver Q 'Y R 'V' ,av-9 AZ' E? ,Q 4. J 'Eg ,NP 'IZ7 ii? , -.1 'Y- Sep in i' ss.. ,Q-.,, suv new Pal Sproles Elem. Ed. Greeley Grace Spykslra Bus. Ed. Lilllelon Chuck Srb. Soc. Sf. Lincoln, Nebr. Shirley Sleele Sci. Sterling Bonnie Sieinhoff Elem. Ed. Evergreen 2 ANY' E. Ellen Stephens Elem. Ed. Powell, Wyo. Pal Slephens Elem Ed. Sidney, Mont. Caroline Slone Elem. Ed, Denver Eleanor Slonefelf Music Lead, S.D. Rudy Sfrock Elem. Ed. Trinidad Russell Sfrole Phys. Ed. Yuma Linda Sfroman Elem. Ed. Albuquerque, N.M. Judy Strong Elem. Ed. Grand Junclion Geraldine Suzuki Elem. Ed. Honolulu, Hawaii Keifh Swedlund Phys. Ed. Loveland Sophie Taniguchi Elem. Ed, Honolulu, Hawaii Mary Ann Tankinq Fine Arls Colo. Springs James Tanner Hisf.-Pol. Sci. Windsor Jerry Tanner Disf. Ed. Eafon Marvin Tanner Ind. Arfs Slrallon .a u,,1,,. . X X Q, 'M Q i .Q .3 514-,.. e . 1 fl - 5 Dwain Thalcher Gen. Sec. Amhersl Charles Thiebolf Foreign Lang. Palisade Lorellu Thomas Elem. Ed. Greeley Bill Thompson Elem. Ed. Harrisburg, Nebr. Eleanor Thomson Elem. Ed. Raton, N.M. Seniors Page 5l Paqe 52 emiiors . 3 wi' "Q, ir ' 'Iggy ur YN J? ' - F 'Q Q iv W 'S--5'r?' .-.aa ,- 'HON in 13" 4-an-vi ...iv nn- Q' cert' G6 w--'7 ,404 1.1 ,rv fs lb' 5...- -A Roy Tidwell Hisl.-Pol. Sci. Lonqmonl' Mary Lou Tobias Phys. Ed. Denver Bob Towers Phys. Ed. Craig Bill Trimble Phys. Ed. Georqeiown, Pa. Phyllis Troudl Elem Ed. Omaha, Nebr. i. Connie Tfuon Ronald Vandgriil' Elem- Ed- Bus. Ed. Pueblo Denver John True Tam Vanderhoof PHYS- Ed- Soc, Sci. Denlfel' Scollsbluii, Nebr. Den Trviille Carolyn Vermeer SOC- Sl- Elem, Ed. COl0- 5Dl'lfl95 Orange Cily, Iowa 5flllY Ann Ulllil' Annehe Vermeulen Elem, Ed. Elem, Ed. Rdpld CIW. S.D. Des Moines, Iowa Richard Unierscher Susan Veqggk Bio. Sci. Elem, Ed, Sanla Barbara, Calif. Denver fi I.- L.4.v,-,- v P1 I f Donald Vondy Gen. Sec. Snyder Cliff Wagoner Speech Longmonl Jean Walby Phys. Ed. Holchkiss Richard Walby Phys. Ed. Holchkiss Jean Walker Elem. Ed. Denver egyzsi.-,S 3flvQQ'f'i- ' ' .ge-xg. -- -t:QQ.u-. N s -fwgx , - 4,9 6, Ng? " ,. , lx A if ff Q--1-uv "T'L""j X ,f W., 1.. . ! . fi NQF H K Fx 5 we i w X Sharon Ward Bus, Ed, Vernon James Warren Ind, Arls Seminole, Okla. Richard Warren Nucla Belly Wasm un dl' Elem. Ed. Englewood Marilyn Wah Elem. Ed. Barshall 2.1Qni:iQkix!l?iii1Iu-urlvb.ixil-.idaillbfliiii HJHK r '15 Marguref Weber Elem. Ed. Leadville Morgaref Weigel Elem. Ed. ' Crook Shirley Wendi Elem. Ed. Belle Fourche, S.D. Sue Ann Wenger Bus. Ed. Monroe, Wis. Ti TFT" ' -cur' ,SRX -u' N-1' Delphine Whurfon Roberlo Wilkinson Phys. Ed. Elem Ed. Greeley Williston, N.D. Joe Wharfon Darlene Ann Williams Phys. Sci. Phys, Ed. Greeley Denver Orris Wickham Belly Yuen Ind. Arls Elem. Ed. Flagler Hilo, Hawaii Ed Wilkerson Doren Youni Phys. Ed. Bus. Ed. Sheridan, Wyo. Fleming Darryl Yorke Hist.-Soc. Sf. Haxlun Gayle Wrifebol Elem, Ed. Slerling Robert Woods Phys Ed. Englewood John Wilson Phys. Sci. San Jose, Calif. ,s-.4 N .,3 FSS' W nu . -' 'K WN' . Pb f 3 .r'4' John Wilson Soc. Sci. Brownsville, Ky. Jomes Wilson Phys. Ed. Grand Junclion Morvin Kiesling Bus. Ed. Loveland Semuienrs Page 53 Page unimr Class Their year was much like any other. lt was a multitude of things . . . the haze of autumn . . . excitement of football . . . the weight of winter . . . nature dying. Learning . . . forgetting . . . testing . . . stu- dents to scholars . . . finals . . . recovery . . . the basketball madness . . . spring activities . . . and now the year was over. As they stood looking down the halls of CSC they recalled some of their experiences in the year 1958-59 -the games, dances, extracurricular activities, and the quest for knowledge. lt has been a good year for both of them. The buildings were dark and quiet now. Familiar sounds of happy voices in Bru. basket- ball in the gym, and bells ringing for classes had all been replaced by a strange silence that was to last through the summer. He took her hand and they walked from the building into the fresh spring air. i l an ' , 5 Y l , 1 1 Ya-A i 2 . 1 l J , .ff fV"'1t'?' . s3,?i:?J,' QQ nv' t gf!! ,mg , I 'Grnx 1"-L 7 il ff5i'5?1 . 15" 3 Z"Qi'if,J' 9 ' '1.'i.Q't ' ' ., ff., . 5 'TI' '- X J 'Xi . l Q V' 1, - LC ' ,," I' 5'-"'. Q " Q li' 4 V . ' '- -N' ' -, iff: , , ,V iii? . ig? - xr " -mfyrfg, .'i7 , 5 gf-Qi: . H. , V,-FQ., 'sw pun W.: - Q L, 1 7' l 5 i This halo didn't come from studying-or did it? A- sl, S , l gig-NA X L 3 x sr 53 ' 1 , ff' Q l i if d""w .qs 1 .f""!- 'Q Junior class officers pictured above from left to right are President, Pat Harris: Vice-President, Eleanor Early: Secretary. Jan Myers: Treasurer, Judi McWilliams. 5 r - flu wl x A t - :,-1-'.w.n-.wut .,.......-...................... SL if' 49" ,- -if an- Roberia Abbeil Greeley Richard Lee Adelson Wichila, Kan. Louise Agosfini Rock Springs, Wyo. Ts qi, xi 'lui -- 14? IE '+- al- 4' A H si' . ,ng ' A Donna Anderson Greeley Edward Anderson Sedalia Donald Andrews La kewood, Ohio ANPIC Allen Mary Lou Appuglise Colorado Springs Perfidia Alvarado Colorado Springs Pueblo Don Arfsfen Limon A 'Q Q -vp, " X Y, ev 'L Jock Baillie Grand Junclion Margarel Bainhill Ramah Alice Baker Anchorage, Alaska Margaref Baker Idaho Falls, Idaho Lou BareNa Denver 5 f-Q... .W X' " Dale E. Becker Denver Vicki Bell Silverlon Don Bender Colorado Springs Sue Benson Arvada Bob Bernd Greeley js' "F""' W- ,, - 4 X33 'I 'LA I. .. me " 4- W ,. . Q Qt! 1 'i' .I James J. Bishop Longmonl' Nancy Besl Sand Springs, Okla. Jerry Blessingle Denver Carol Bradshaw Hugo Jeanelle Brown La Jolla, Calif. umiionxfs Page 55 Page 56 unnuimfs B I. ,QV- " K J ... .3 .F 4 f fixifff. V I 'Q 1 3 li-P X A .M D! U .'A "l N , x x Ja. lk D ,I Edward BuNerlieId Englewood Sharolyn Cameron Boulder Valdon Cameron Estes Pa rk Helen Carlock Denver Dianne Curr Monlrose u 1 i' ' ,Q 'ICQ .pt -vs ISGS' gk- R' 'JS ...ff X . !-M or . .7 -- C' rl X , we rn' ' , K 'X-,. ,- Qi X, N f If 1 Q N. X V V x Q l --nm-0 , srgw ui ' C K 'N-fi ' 73 avg- mil- 1, S' 'I ' -OR 'T .EMM Carolyn Carlwrigllf Mesick, Mich. Gene Casvfellucci Pueblo Frances Chang Wahiawa, Hawaii Jay Chrislensen Colorado Springs Sllarleen Cllrisfy Sheridan, Wyo. Don Church Holyoke Sally Cisney Arlinglon, Va. Debbie Clark Denver James Coekroli Kersey Joan Cole Worland, Wyo. fi! -nun-v 2.2 Cllarla Moe Colva Riverfon, Wyo. Rosalie Cone Lead, S. Dak. Carolyn Cooper For? Morgan Caryl Core Greybull, Wyo. Paul Cox Long Island, Kan. Marian Crawford Kil'k Tom Crawford Denver Sonya Crowder Omaha, Nebr. Francis Cuclcow Colorado Springs Madeline Culig Pueblo , in-,viii 3-aemrl iimeil lib.54Eillfliihidiilliiiilihialiilkihcclniflllillhlzllmlllllllfl x ,1-s. lad .aw pg Barbara Damico Denver Margaref Dannehl Berlrand, Nebr. Karen Davidson Sanla Barbara, Calif. George Debus Proclor Charles Delpapa Pueblo John DesCombes Denver Raberf Diaz Pueblo Myrna Diffendaffer Corlez Marcia Dillingham Colorado Springs Billy Dolce Pueblo ,.4 ' af an ' M13 I A4 a x .- ' i I , , 1 7 Russell Eacker Weiser, Idaho Eleanor Early Arlinglon, Va. Al Eafon Arcadia, Calif. Jahn Edmision Denver Shirley Einspahr J ulesburg ia ld '1'.."'Y Wayne Emerick Milford, iowa Sieve Enilerl Ra ma Don Erlel Corlez Glen Esles Radium, Kan. Bernice Eslrella. Wailuku, Hawaii 'C'.f.,' 'Q' X . ai 'Q wx," . 'Ev John Evans Wellingion Billie Evens Tulsa, Okla, Phyllis Faussef Worland, Wyo. Elizabefh Ficklin Colorado Springs Karen Finlayson Hilo, Hawaii umiors Page 57 Page 58 ' - ?5T54S'?xf vhs I I .rr , iv .- 6, '- Xa 11' Dan Fleenor Greeley Alice Flinl Denver JoAnn Fricllll Newlon, Ill. Marilyn Frick Beresford, S. Dall. Nancy Funk Englewood 'Qfx "LV 'li 'Sa- Huy. -406' 'ak ,V Y ii , 5 if Tony Gallegos Aull Rulllann Garlon Wray Mary Gales Loveland Raquel George Nunn Jess Gerardi Trinidad Ann Gliherl Sidney, Iowa Mary Gilleile Chambers, Nebr, Dorothy Geoglein Yuma Barbara Gorslle Pueblo Ellen Green Padroni Jean Guggenheim Philadelphia, Pa. Mary Ann Halker Den fer Louanne Hallock Grover Quenlin Haning Sidney, Iowa Diane Hannigan alboa, Canal Zone 411, M, f Jerry Hansen Denver Dee Ann Harman Las Animas Falrick Harris Clarksfork, Idaho Nancy Hauser Arlingfon, Va. Dona Heberlein Aull L .l 1 ML,.+Z,.,1iv.1::-ntl r 5 1.VLEISS2Lilid:iNi1:!lrTle3Sliz-1FH51l'2fstbCl.lUS'V.!IRihlfl J' , N. -'VX I if x., YZ. Thomas Heggie Denville, N. J. Rosalie Heimer Holyoke Mary Ann Heimke Greeley Judy Helms Omaha, Nebr. Ronald Herd! Scollsbluff, Nebr. Norma Hillberry Worland, Wyo. Myrna Hirsch Greybull, Wyo. Diana Hoff Park Foresl, Ill. Caly Holcomb Colorado Springs Barbara Holman Bewman, N. Dak. 'zen James Hruska Sferling Joan Iacabone Pueblo Diane Ishii Honolulu, Hawaii Janice Jerabek Algorna, Wis. Harold .lahnson La J unla A 'lu we -43 f ls! i 'E E? '-J C N, ,, fi X 1-fa 6vB -any Robert Johnson Torringlon, Wyo. Wayne Johnslon Lonqmoni Rufh Jones Pueblo Sharon Jones Salida Jeanne Joyner Greeley Gary Karlson Englewood Marian Kashima Kauai, Hawaii Jim Kasparek Haxiun Judy Kelley Morrill, Nebr. Fern Kelso Holyoke unionfs Page 59 Page 60 0 4 TUUIHJIOIFS A Y , 'J' w-"7 ffl Reber! Kennedy Cedar Rapids, Iowa Raymond Kenf Englewood Rosalie Kerbs Keensburq Sally Kerr Newark, Ohio Kaihy Kirby Lexinqlon, Nebr. : M wwf 1 UV s. 'PGH' an.--1 ,fi ep- '2I.J' .4 We If OO' iii 'ur' . 4 . Eddie Koppenhofer Cortez Joseph Krause Edgebrook, Ill. Marilyn Kunkle Longmonl Ken Kuniz Olis Doris Kurisaki Waialua, Hawaii xi Mike Larson Den fer Lorna Lee Laiier Sinclair, Wyo. Jane Lawrence Glendive, Mont. Richard Lebsack Crook Carolyn Lee Honolulu, Hawaii Mary June Lee Greeley Linus Leiker Colorado Springs Jane? Limn Palisade BeHy Lindauer Palisade Dennis Lindquisi Dove Creek ..-ml ..,M..L1,f-.1l.o.i A , .a.2.l1.,,ium.ezmffmilmanm wsgy 1-Q ra Q.. q -' N ' K 'av 1-W7 ,qv- S Wx Paul Lorenzen SuHon, Nebr. Arlhur Lorf Denver Sonia Lund Viborg, S. Dak. Sandy lupp San Diego, ciia. Anne Mf:CIeery Denver N is . f-.J 'S 'x ,V , 8' C' ,A Q: Q J , C? D me ar Beverly McKelvie Collbran Larry Magnuson La Salle Emy Lou Maio Trinidad Arnold Marshall Scollsblufl, Nebr. Harold Marlin J ulesburg 'fs ! ' X J UA-' I . LX M fl 'Vx of 'ETX Della Marlinez Del Norle Donald Massard Gra nd J unclion Jeanine Maihewson Monlpelier, Vl. Marilyn Mallhews Powell, Wyo. Dave Mendez Denver if. , ls., John Mendoza Pueblo Barbara Milberg Newell, S. Dak, Georgia Miller Brighlon Judy Mohn Aurora Julie Mosley Denver Zi bf sofa f K 5 W-4' X 41' 6 Jane Moll Colorado Springs Jon Myers Colorado Springs Warri Neiferl Hillrose Carla Nelson Las Animas Rosalie Nichols Brighlon vu.. Ran Nnllo Chicago, lll. Charles O'Dell Akron Kay Olsen Poller, Nebr. Bernard 0'NeilI Denver Monfe 0Mo Greeley umuimfs Page bl Page 62 umioulfs if i .2 qi- 1- , 4' sf: ' s , x I . A, on ,. 9 . l fire 2 RR : 410- 5. V fx f,,, J if . Vx , 4 S x YS.. - x., ,f l an. en V'-c Q Sn 'T David Passarelli Salida Mary Palli Pueblo Edilh Perea Pueblo Pa! Piscioffa Avondale Marian Poindexler Pueblo 1 1 ' Ahwf. .muh Ellen Poland Englewood Ellenor Polier Grover Dennis Powell Lonqmonl Louis Prechf, Jr. Pueblo Ardulll Pueschel Rudd, Iowa 'Peers-eH'W -,Q . an - Beverly Fung N Honolulu, Hawaii Barbara Puhier Omaha, Nebr. Donelda Queen Pueblo Ron Ramey Slerlinq Donn Reid Greeley X021-Q v? ,.--u - ff "1 W'-v 4 Q il S x E V . 2 we , K, 4 James Reuland Eslherville, Iowa Larry Rewerfs Crook Sue Richardson Greeley Howard Ridge Pofler, Nebr. Nancy Rieck La J unla Ti:l'f'3!tcJ14 L, :I lin'-ll sl-'U ffl' Ul'l' 'l ml. ?llri"iMlihlTNNvllltivbinlulrliiillsl2iI.wslvKihXilblHllili"iiiiilin.ihKi.i5KHllilii1YiE W -31.4 Slifer Q., K Q 5, Q1 Ida Roach Denver Carolyn Roley Rye Rita Rose Hugo Laurel Rolhmeier Cheyenne Wells Nelson Ruby Brush pf- 177 P'-uu.,,N 'fi as C7 f'N. if-" 6 W-9 als may ii?- ClllS0Il RUPP Kennelll Selee Long Island, Kan. Cgncn City Arlille Sillidel' William Selee DEUVEI' Canon Cily Robert Sarge Fords, N. J. Richard Shaw Grand J unclion Arlene Schlagel Sign Shibq Pleffle Scoilsbluff, Nebr. Curl Selee Elsie Sllimahukuro C6000 CRY Honolulu, Hawaii Wesley Showallee Wray William Sllowalfee Wray Alyce Siverls Glendive, Monf. Joan Smith Merino Sharon Smilll Pueblo Lynne Sommers Norlhfield, Minn. Jane! Spiiellie Bond Eileen Spurgin Paxlon, Nebr. Belly Sfaver Farl Collins Denise Sfehwien Raylown, Mo. TT' Nav' if -.V 0, L Selll Sfepllens, Jr. Greeley Bill Stevens Lincoln, Nebr. Don Slevenson E n g le wood Ramona Sfewari Greeley Charlolfe Slone Lead, S. Dak. umaiors Page 64 unnionfs 'xx -' K2 s I i N-if Morris Slorsefh Grenora, N. Dak. George Shale Scoflsbluff, Nebr. Jane Sueda Honolulu, Hawaii Merlene SuMer Grand Island, Nebr. Meridel Swan Worland, Wyo. -if 1' was ,,,....--e 'S' ' , Q., .I fx Slella Talagan Cheyenne, Wyo. Cecil Tapey Colorado Springs Bill Ien Bensel Cheyenne, Wyo. Sylvia Thacker - Agency, Mo. John Thoelcke Bushnell, Nebr. .l. lv 1, i r imveI'r.:n.1.l i i Q, Lydia Thornsby Adams City David Thorpe Chicago, III. Ken Tiffany Limon Lois Tiernagel River Foresf, III. Belly Tada Honolulu, Hawaii rl' Q -nu.. Y 4-.5 v---5 'K-.Q- Kay Trimble Pueblo Dick Trimmer Pueblo Carmeliia Truiillo Denver Peggy Tucker Grand Junclion Tanya Tulk Grant, Nebr. ,hiv AI-.4 il i.n1.!LnL4 l'a:iJn"i.wlHn.QlIi6LWWviiNkUimGl I Aaron Twombly Denver Slanley Usel Greeley Melba Van Pell Leon, Iowa Elza Vieira I Sao Paulo, Bralll Pal Vofe Huron, S. Dak. is Q 6-'al 10' X, -x J if 7' C C' 1-0,1 X-:. F no , A Paul Waehholx Brighton Myrfle Wakayama Honolulu, Hawaii Belfy Jane Warner Syracuse, Kan. Bonnie Warner Syracuse, Kan. Pai Warren Lander, Wyo. ,nv Nd 'H+ YT" f.., 46 4? SX Jerry Weber Windsor Jeanefle Weimer Ealon Verle Weiss Manning, Iowa Jan Welch Cleveland, Ohio Calvin Whitaker Greeley Ellyn While Englewood Don Wilcox Colorado Springs Kaihryn Williams Glendive, Mont. Lois Wilshire Rifle Ken Wilson Alamosa Lee Woods Montrose Luanne Wooland Rapid Cify, S. Dak. Waller Wragge Casper, Wyo. Mary Yacomo Lordsburg, N. Mex. Reuben Yoshida Kapaa, Hawaii Kathy Yuhara Honolulu, Hawaii Floyd Zamboni Denver iuumioirs Page 65 Sophomore Class y Dialing the number of the last name on his list. he could hardly believe that everyone on his committee was coming to the meeting. At last they would be able to complete their plans for the Sophomore Ball. Somehow it seemed that no one was interested in closs affairs, but per- haps it was only because he had never served as generol chairman before. How for the class had come since those first uncertain days of last year. lt was a good class and had done much to develop strong leaders and eager helpers. But even so during his two years at CSC he had seen many of his friends fall by the wayside. But then he realized that for each one there was a new student to take his place. The plans for the Ball were now in the final stages. The only problem was seeing that the committee chairmen carried out their duties. .ff BW , ' , 1215555 , 1. . ,x Q e gsm.-...Xe . My . I ' 2 ...,.. :L , ., is . . 2' ff -. ' ---- V -S I -ily :mli 1 'iii ,1.dg?,,y'l ggi 5 t,-if 4 V.. ..., .gg Y 1 ,glgggs gl ' gf! fT'l'f' 5.1 .sag P "R wifi-K' :In i Drowning one's sorrows in a cup of coffee or iusl' relaxing wiih lhe gang, Bru Inn is a irequeni ll- Page 66 ' 2 MQ' ' QQ 13 I Q my Tn. .Lpshl H-uv' I l' 'ldv 1-'taiiiw-1.11Ivnxrl-pDln.2ii'. siopping place for C.S.C. sophomores. gli ..-' Q,-xl . fd' gfmm Q .4 '-res ,fr I '59 I f , I lb X l is ii si sql leg and Treasurer, Eleanor Pifer: are Presidenf, Fred Cuclcowg Vice-Presidenf, Clinf Summerfield: Secreiary, Donna Jo Co sophomore class officers from leii fo right above. sim-Liii.ziilrads11nrnLl'+ v.flu.-NManromanufszmlimilmmnmrimlmxzfxinmavmvuiamnnu rlwmnxiunxu. -v-Q, w-I mx 5 YZF' I fa. 54 QL, or-, ls. 'PQ' Y'-Vx 'O' ff- Sophomonfes s. 'a 53? x -.5 -gtk .M .l'. p' 'SLA -59 "T.""P S 1 Q-..:. rf" 'li 5 sg C7 Gerald Adams Forl' Lupfon MaryAnn Addueci D e n v er Wanda Alexander Forl' Morgan Bea Allison Greeley Hervey P. Andersen Brush Rene Anderson Englewood Warren Anderson Denver Elaine Apking Lakewood Margarel Armslrong Denver Roberf Asmus For? Collins Noncy Afklssen Greeley Rosemary Auslln Grand J uncfion Solly Ayers Denver Fernie Baca Thornton Frank Baca Greeley Helen Barnard Leadville Evelyn Husserl Paxlon, Nebr. Bill Bean Greeley Mimi Beckmonn Chadron, Nebr. Brenda Beedy Colorado Springs Floyd Bierboell Greeley Judill! Binlcley Denver Carol Blood Pueblo Keilll Bogren Colorado Springs Shirley Bolllen Denver Page 67 Page 68 Sophomores Eil- Ralpn R. Brees Lilflelon Grace Briscoe Greeley Marlene Brockmeier Yuma Grelchen Brod Denver Dee Brown Denver if M.. 'DW Carol Bond F. Douglas Brown Greeley Sleamboai Springs Judy Bowe Gerald Buchholz Arvada Greeley Belly Bowles Gloria Budig Fort Lupton Denver Bonnie Bowles Joell Burr Farl Luplon Aurora Jo Ann Boyle Sharon Burl Aberdeen, S. Dak. Holyoke ,-3' N30 Q? ,'f 'N-v--9' X .- Joyce Burlon Fleming James E. Bybee Harrisburg, Nebr. Norma Poirol Cain Fort Luplon Diane Cameron Denver Chuck Chandler Yuma Joan Cobb Craig Donna Cole Englewood Marilyn Coleman WaKeeney, Kan. Phyllis Conslanl Underwood, lowa Margarel Ann Cook Long Beach, Calif, ' EMI! Sophwmwres ff? lv in-. IS Z! la fn Wesley Cook Glennis Counfryman Gering, Nebr. Del Norle Donna Cooper Fred Cuekow Aurora Colorado Springs Edward Cordova Kay Curry Denver Denver Kaiie Corlner Terry Cyprian Longmonl Furl Morgan Marsha Corfner Nifa Degenllarf Pueblo Yuma 4:4 in X04 'R R N.. , ,.l' ffl- .,, X . 4. T " ' 1 N' K N . - -X a. Q ' 1 ,, 3.4 I5 ,. ll . , - J , ' +2 4 l 0 r ,Q Cf . ' e . va N . lo Q -., '. bv , 'J V A I' h Y, .k I , X. Marilyn Deus Mary Domenleo Barham Eberhard' Denver Denver Lmlefon Marfha Deviff Cafherine Donohoe Alben Elmanf Arvada Holly Basal, Rose Marie Dirks Agnes Dorenkamp Donn, Enke Longmont Holly For, collins Karma Dobesh Marvin Dove - Ogallala, Nebr. Seiberf G?-Engrazlfion Anne Domenico William Duran Karen Ergckwn Dem' Frederick Sioux Falls, s. oak. Page 69 Page 70 Sophomonres .fx 'la 71' my 'Tfv K. 9 i G7 . . .. .,,,.,W ,, 1, xv ' ww-,.. rx 8 "-wmv' ' 'j,1:'4 .yo- 13 -:Es Jo Ann Esles Denver Peggy Fanning Wauneia, Nebr. Lynda Field Forl Morgan John Fisher Denver Mary Flood Denver S sz Sheila Fox Walden Carol Fredling Peel! Don Freeman Genoa Dan Fugifa Adams Cily Diane Fuiielci Waimanalo, Oahu A '- 1v"w, W ,pg ax ' f Z! .4 '-in f K rypxtw Ted Fukushima Honolulu, Hawaii Vicki Gallagher Arvada Richard Gebauer Akron Connie Genova Pueblo Jeannelre Gillespie Fleming Dianne Gilmore McAlesler, Okla Jane Goodman Forf Collins Kay Gran! Cedaredge Bill Green TDDeka, Kan. Joanne Green La Porle A -Q-:+:.11.c,1G:v,v:-1.w.X.l n.: An..:.mnn.x:-mn nv.n-.:.:.1L4.f.ui.aLxnau.xsmoaamlnn S I .D ,X ri as 4,2 Richard Green Topeka, Kan. Harold Hogan Joes Shirley Hamamura Waipahu, Oahu Karen Hamilton Alliance, Nebr. Heolher Hanlon Englewood ri Q' QPF? if QF? Richard Harden Denver Jane? Muring Denver Glenda Harper Greeley Doroihy Haug La ke wood Reia Hawkinson Weslminsrer -5 E iz Q1 X55-X ,av 'H ,A K' .L-nv.. of ,4-v Sophomoures 'Li .415 ,cs iw ,f'g,"' if --f -ffm. 19 Q-"Y ., . '-a1'11""' X 6' Roberl Hayes Chappell, Nebr. Karen Hein Cheyenne, Wyo Bev Hogohoom Lemmon, S. Dak. Dixie Holi Matheson Lynn Hopwood Denver Donna Horion Denver Jo Ann Huck Denver Duane Huff Pocalello, Idaho Charles Hull Napa, Calif. Sandra Hundley Elizabelh Rick Jacobus Englewood Charles Jerke LaSalle Carol John Englewood Jerny Johnson Forl Morgan Leon Johnson Greeley 22"- ,'s,..5 ,. X ii I if, . 'L ' I Norma Johnson Aurora J. J. Jones Kansas Cily, Kan. Joe Jones Englewood Joel Jones Arvada Mildred Karimofo Haliimaile, Maui Page 7I Page 72 Sophomonfes fm ....., 'U-V :Ns 3 " W Y ,..-Q KV Sify ,fa as u 1-02. vii Y?" , .-as .oil swwvv U- , ff .- gf Q2 f , ,iyfwiifiyxsw ' 'Sz' 1.4bm,Q,,,,z X 1 .1 3 in Q N .qv Nu. If ,,-as 1+ 39 Rafi 'K . 'V f of If swf ,LQ ' .. ,X ,, Vondu Kehlbeck Bird City, Kan. Keith Kennedy Albuquerque, N. Mex. Bill Kilgore Kiowa Kay Kilgore Kiowa Karen King Portland, Ore. 3 c Kennefh Kisselman Windsor Masa Kife Denver LeRoy Kihman Fort Luplon Dick Koch Gering, Nebr. Jane! Koerner H ugo :L A rr nimn:4m.u.y.+i.n..,-..N Don Kurfh Greeley Margo Lee Lamb Van Nuys, Calif. Marsha Lanari Salida Johlln Lascll Chicago, Ill. Nancy Lee Brush Roberl Lee Greeley Sudie Leiser Kankakee, Ill. Dick Lewer Audubon, Iowa Sue Lewis Denver Norman Lofgren Eaton :..vLu.w.xms4 rum. ,sm.u.f.nl.n:mu1nxunurmmm-- - ..-..x.xnn ' , M , 52,5 3 V Xi, .,., W f YQ ,Q - as ex fig , li- 'i X I N X f' I fv- VX. L ' --" ' Q ss:-Z' 'f -vm 'ir 'Y Alberla Lopez Denver Esfller Lopez Denver Jean Lowe Las Animas Ted Luh Scolfsbluff, Nebr. Calvin McDaniel Fort Collins sa- . A Q, r -S " 5, 2' Q k 'W 7. -sg il' 115 o 4 f SP 'XT7' .l lf, ,1- I .ff v .... -'Q f',, as R, Sophomoirers 'Rfk if 'WY 'Se il Barbara McDonald Aurora Niki McGIalllery Cheyenne, Wyo. Doug McKenzie Gleneden Beach, Ore. Glenda McKniglll' Denver Bob Mack Ml. Prospecl, III. A as 4:9 is Gerald Malsumoio Maui, Hawaii Elaine Malsuoka Hilo, Hawaii William R. Maxey Aurora Susanna Megill Aurora Sonia Mellon Pueblo 3 sf ...vw Jean Mikila Mafheson Bobby Miller Ruth, Nev. Darlis Miller Pueblo June Milze Broomfield Carol Miyazaki Lanai Clly, Hawaii 'uf' ,-f .ir Kaiie Monlrass Washington, D. C Belly Moody Englewood Jane! Morila Hilo, Hawaii Galen L. Mullins Pagosa Springs Linda Nakaya Kekaha, Hawaii Page 74 Snopllwmenfes TX wav ,.l' Y-4' El -70 X agi, n N . Q, aa- -5 .r-1 iff ? .fr sa. , ,. -? ,, 4 K Q.. rv?- v-f . " ' ' "' " ' J i . Jig ' ' fp. ss. -1 x Q J' N xii uf N,i g" . SQ gf'- ' ,E ga. X rg' My e ,-453' JP? ., , . i '-fx.11:.gk if 3'Y"""""'3m,s1... , .555 lad Q . .5 Mx ff-' 1 5' .Ll - t 515' .. if if h is .. N ', ' K mb '-,X X..- ll Mx-I June Nou Yuma Lynda Nelson Denver Oren Nero Greeley Monfy Niebur Akron lna O'Dell Ramah Jane Okimolo Lahaina, Hawaii Larry Olsen Norfolk, Nebr. Joyce 0'Neal Sferling Philip Page Johnsfown Shirley A. Pamalaf Collinsville, lll. A U,-iii,l.'v ivlciw, Penny Parker Denver Julie Pormakian Denver Ronald Pease Mary Ann Peiralia Denver Dona Jo Pier Aurora, Nebr. Eleanor Pifer Anita Powers Walsh Jolene Prince Pueblo Julia Prnffengeier Forl Morgan Liillnlon Monlrose George Perrin Norma Pifula I-EIIUFB Pllrtell Englewood Arlingfon, Mass. Denver Edna Peferson Nancy Porler Jean Puinam Brush Denver Boulder 4-M-. ,.1is,mn.n.1.AQ,mm1551.iei62imEiulzl5iimaliiBakii0KslT5elK1'iiiRiIi1l. Y ' ' 3 'L Janel' Ragland Granby Bill Ray Greeley Linda Ray Greeley Janice Reddinglon Louisville Carol Reed Denver fi? , f'-0 -I al -we ,1- Q --.1 "'?"T7 QA' Sophomonfes ,. pf .07 9' ffl? 'Q f ' -.f .xx - we 14? 6' 'ug QQ 'Ei , 5 gk- Judy Richardson Idaho Springs Ernesl Righ Lakewood Elizabefh Rink Brislol Earl Robinson Fort Fairfield, Me. Jerrold Robinson Arvin, Calil. ...- T -scu- 'i Mariorie Ross Denver Nalalie Rolhschild Sacramento, Calif. Alvin Saiki Kapaa, Hawaii Garry Sampson Colorado Springs Ellen Sandlin Collon, Calif. Renee Sawyer Elko, Nev. Grelchen Schaefer Longmonl Sharon Scheele Greeley Jack Scheideman Wheat Ridge Barbara Schellenberg Ealon -ef' Norberl Schmiif Wesfminsler Amelia Schneqelherger Denver Carolyn Scrapp Milliken Bob Schroeder Lakewood Laural Scarf Edgewater NJ' , ii '4 Af' Kay Senly La ayelle Page 75 Page 76 Sophomozres Carol Shavlik Denver -rugs If..- Za Q. Pahi Shimer Cleveland, Ohio Richard Sllinely Vernon Edgar Siberl Boulder Mariann Smaldone Denver Carole Smilh Pierce 4--3 iiiQfi5:fIi?T r.-,Qu . ..,.., , l ,, E Q' x gb, ir. .., ,,,, sz- .1 . o ,A X Ng-neun M X' gl 'ei .a-ann a-s , -Rei, Ri 110' 'i I ,Q YY, -. so S ,. 116' 'Ju-7' William Smith Jane Slulll Diane Tllaxlon Fred Tiller Vicior lenwood SPHHQS Las Animas Arvada Jean Spangler Nina sllllp Freddie Thomas MarfhaAnn Tislhammer Willard Yuma Denver Newman Grove, Nebr, Leslie Sleneel Kalhleen Sullivan Connie Thompson Richard Todd Greeley Denver Denver Marion, Iowa Alphonso Slines Judy Syvllilll Shirley Thompson Jeanelle Trembalh Denver Westminster Denver Greeley Richard Slolle Marilyn Tesl Aarona Thornsby Roscoe Van Tine Odell, Nebr. Cusfer. 5' oak' Adams City Greeley l .l in in -la:nf-.,as.mm.wnmv..alnrzaaozawrawnnrmwiawlnr ' "" HE Sopilwmmfes XV 'Q R'-r fs? .Ski f.. -nl' 'od v-Q -x if .,,, -nf Nts. Www-f A .,i i li , ff ,,,. -S 5: , Q vu'-K Sol .sk 'viii' Q' J-sc? 3 ., V ,x 'val as-, 'ra 4 rx... Mary Venegas Sharon Warren Jim Wesierberg Fl. Luplon Arvada Denver DeLqn:e Vie'-5 Frances Warlh Julianne Wesifall For? Morgan Royal Oak, Mich. Sidney, Nebr. Jane Vigil Rosemary Wegher Carolyn While Greeley Kersey Denver Lois Wada Jane Welch Grace Whife Lihue, Hawaii Sidney, Nebr. Fort Morgan Barbara Ware Sue Werner Robert Wid Minneapolis, Minn, Fl. Collins Paxton, Nebr. if '3- f- fo- 'ii- Sue Wiggins Golhenburg, Nebr. Ruih Wilson Rapid Ciiy, S. Dak. Larry Winchell Lyman, Nebr. Marquiia Windecker Denver Arleen Wong Honolulu, Hawaii Leslie vvlooa Simla Tom Wood Aulf Marvin Worden Loveland Joyce Wrighf Glendive, Monl. Twyla Zimmerman Rocky Ford Sue lrlol Milwaukee, Wis. Page 77 Page 78 145 :CN ng fr Q S f- Beginning their climb up the edu t' I t Freshman Class She stood in the half gloom of the gym and waited for her signal to walk to the throne. Her hands were cold and clammy. She tried to remember whose idea it had been to nominate her for Freshman Ball Queen. In some ways this was like the first day of school: the uncertainty. the fright, the great sense of accomplishment that seemed to be with her tonight. But cer- tainly she was much more secure and mature than she had been during those first beanie bearing days at CSC. Her thoughts came thick and fast . . . leaving home . . . new friends . . . but most of all this wonderful honor that her classmates had given her. Someone was patting her shoulder and she heard the opening fanfare, her cue to walk out on the floor, Taking one last deep breath. she smoothed her hair, wiped her eyes. and stepped out into the spotlight. s 1 ca iona s airway, freshman class officers are President, Doug Sfuflerg Vice-President, Chuck Sturgis: Secretary-Treasurer, Carla Comstock: Representative at Large, Ann Wheeler. 455, . ' 1 J -. xv'-T if l JL 1 ,.. X 1 " ' T -fi S-. A r S .et N fs .ai Url S' ss 1 ' S27 ' ffpizs- X s sf-1 ' 1, ' g as my 3, 5 -' Q .Xu . F ,V A, 'r , . T an j '19 t l' e , ,y lt . .1 n - I e 4 . s X 0, X . . Q w g N if , f 0 ' a A' 0 K -N i :O 0 010 Q . ' 9 X ' A ' i 'T . 'if . O . 1 ' , - F 5 . C' p I ,, Vg 1 Q . . lg' I n K5 ' I ss 0 Fi. ' ' d-'ff ' li e ' ,tw ' 'r ,fr-sea' ' 1 h as - I -gh 1 ns. N . 1 . 5 1 ' - e . - "W U-M ff T :' - - ' l N n an-T um 'T 7 I i ' "' ' E .K-,'sf 205,-' .ra-W in - I y , , i fffqs V 9 -:'. -5 .. V' A V I' Q 1 sl' ., . X 0 ' D . hx ' 6 .F 9' - A-' 0 , , . 1- . ' , - ' 'f In ' U is . T a ' s " el" ',' X 'P "9 :. '1 nf ' .nf C' s I Elected during homecoming fesfivifies and reign- ing over the Hellzalaruin Torch Parade were Torch King, Tom Wills, and Torch Queen, Pat Brennan. I I U l .fi iblljlulrdrilikimlllilubllrllnlilirirklilihillllzlllihflllllllill lf l l R vip- .t 465 K J '73 Us A ' -0 Xf lx v xlx ' ,f N il 2 . , A4 i P ,J g ,fi K .5 we faq A .1 6 " N y -as-Q s A I 'F q n,....f 'Tse avi 'Q "'?' ,YN 2.13 .2 ig ' M 'MX if 'il 'SQ f fi. 3. vi 4, 5 ' .. 1 Carole A601115 Sleve Anderson Jefferson Greeley Pal Albrighl Janice Andrew Denver Morrill, Nebr. Joyce Amcell Bob Andrews Burlington Laird Carol Anderson Judy Appleby Greeley Englewood Nancy AnderS0lI Vay Archbold Greeley Haxlun --,V .4 -I Q B . x , -e Qs Eleanor Arroyo Cheyenne, Wyo. Mary Aslcov Delano, Minn. Mary Aler Denver Quella Auguslus Denver Ann Bailey Kersey C'Cx ers" '- f -' , A x U k if ,Q-A AU". Freshmen ff- fy 4 1 'Y'?"??' Q Q V -f- 2- is if - i S? f -eg ' - Q -,Q J A , F' Y fn' " f D"X X- 'X -'S taxi "1 elgf , l it gg , f 3 1, Craig Bailey Lilllolon Ron Bailey Brighton Sandra Banwell Fort Collins Nancy Barcarse Honolulu, Hawaii Judy Barnard Denver Susie Baslian Montrose Michael Bean Greeley Sue Beauchan Vancouver, Wash Gay Beauman Spiril Lake, Iowa Rosemary Belln Hamplnn, Iowa Page 79 Page B0 Freshmen an K' ,A ff' , I X f' HD' Pat Benit Spirit Lake, Iowa Chris Benner Billings, Mont. Lois Berry Greeley Cora Berfolofto Lead, S. D. Gail Boboras Long Island, N.Y. -E- sr ff W mvm.. Bonnie Borg Fort Morga n Ruth Ann Bower Colorado Springs Gerry Bohun Denver Julia Bowman Greeley Jeannette Boxberger Milliken -4' -Q' X.. J-of 3 -.N - Sam Boxberger Milliken Betty Bozell Denver Marilyn Brady Grand Junction Lineta Brandebery Littleton Jane! Brandt Fort Morgan Pa! Brennan De n ve r Sandro Brooks J oh n stown Bonnie Brown Englewood Gary Browning Greeley Joyce Broyles Au If X 1 ,L Si. A Cora Bunn Cheyenne, Wyo. Kay Burke Colorado Springs Deanna Bucket! Denver Alice Burns Littleton Janel Burscll Hopkins, Minn. ,., . ..i-l ag 15103 izfrsasi 36 Phame Campbell Corropolis, Pa. David Casey Hudson, Wls. Chuck Cassio Trinidad Carol Chandler Yuma Carolyn Charllon Colorado Springs fx! 0353 s 1 :MFE Melvin Chambers Eagle Bianca Chang Colorado Springs Elaine Chinen Hakalau, Hawaii Judi Chrislensen Audubon, Iowa Nancy Chrlslopher Li mon fi i fmt Carol Choale Colorado Springs Shelis Cloo Golden Claudia Cleavenger Lakewood Annabelle Cliff Denver Claudi Colley Colorado Springs Mureen Commors Lakewood Darlene Conover De n ve r Marilyn Co ps Rapid Cily, D. Kay Corder Arvada Peler Corey Long Island, N. Y, Freshmen Onila Corleu Colorado Springs Bess Cowall Colorado Springs David Cox Long lsalnd, Kan. Ron Crispe Carr Jean Criswell Denver Page Bl Page 82 Freshmen ,- ps -41" lf" V Q A N 1 fly, ., Ax it i we 4, 'A' A , r Q qw' X Ni ' X ,usa-r it ' ' PM " ' I fx iv 1'-,tx wi A ..""'N k , ' D ' 'xi' 41' -I-Er' usb 4? 3' 05x Sl Deborah Crowell Oberlin, Ohio Kallly Curneen Denver Jo Ann Daugllerfy Hugo Carole Davis Cheyenne, Wyo. Jerry Davis Arvada Mike Delio Los Angeles, Calif. Dondra DeMarcus Denver Dlane Delerman Denver Barbara Dickinson Greeley Jim Didlo Ca scade 4 Wh? or ' o . .N f " Ji'::i2:, Q- x Tish Digby Wayne Dolan Lakewood Denver Dolores Dilworlh Jerry Donohue Monlrose Pueblo Wo Dimmiek Dee Downing greeley Denver Pal Dislel Annelle Greene Lafayefle Arvada Carolyn Dobbs Charlolle Dunelon Sleamboaf Springs Heedon w1v,wa.:.a .11.F.kKM.S3h3XSfZl2HW'Ej5E6i -2""i' ll' ' A .4 -Km' :L ,.m,iLul 'f mb -fi V 2? ' 3. il- Kay Eager Pueblo Shirley Edwards Colorado Springs Karen Eikermann Lilllelon Janel Ellioll Denver .lacqulyn Emerson Denver 'S me XB wi, Im QTY? Freshmen PO! E? , X Q5 I :VS . ' l ' X 'ND ' "' 'ar , ,I 'W' l . i s X , , A s "' i' im M Q 131 Yi , 5 we ' .. sw I ff -ff , vt? f Sim , , cr- :, , .35 1 :X K l 'iii 3 k x 1 ,A ll Y 1 TX ' l .., ,,,. F pa: 5-.T I 4. Q "'- ' A 3, 45 Q x 1 f :I . . 9 I l s 1 5, X - 1:3 'Z V Q su. '-N-' W Q ' 'Xxx i . K4 :L Q ' 1, .XM nk .y w 1 f 95 Margarel Enyearl Brec xenridqe Janice Eslle Aurora Anifa Espinosa Del Norle Frances Eller Lovela nd Eddie Everrood De n ve r 4-x fun Anabel Fehrn For? Luplon Margarel Files Holly Jay Filson Glenwood Springs Grace Fisher Wray Darlene l'-ilcll Byers 'V 'Q' Porlia Fleelwood Ouray Diane Fosler Englewood Paula Frank Las Vegas, N. M. Jo Ann Frazier Englewood Sharron Frislram Greeley Judy Frih Florence Sharon Fry Buena Park, Calif. Charles Fuehigaml Lanai Cily, Hawall Roy Fuiimolo M Laupahoehoe, Hawan Yoko Fuiila H Wailuku, Hawall lb, X sig F if ,F -. Lf, Tiziixfl Belsy Gammill Colorado Springs Pamela Gerber J ulesburg Donna Gerdom Brighlon Peggy Gerlazll Grand Junclion Gaylord Gibbs Greeley Page 83 Page 84 Fmeshmem 1 . und,- IQ! 'lr' C! Qf .1""" rx Qaff ,lf Q' -oun- .-4 5-3 x ' , 5 Q'-,, 4 I - K A Donald Glueck Media, Pa. Thais Goff Denver YveMe Goings Englewood Nancy Goldsborough Paonia Palricia Gorfon Kifiredge -.i.nl,-gr-. ii r vc W fl:.v ,v""' Harold Gnfschull Jane Halverson Donna Harvey ,, ly Carolyn Herman HU90 Rggwelll N, M, Otis Sferling 5h9'fY GYPQUYY D I H d Charlie Hasfings BeMy Hehinger Wesiminsfer 6:1-gnf,-ggey Anihony, N. M. Windsor Virginia Greene La,-,Y Hqrringgon Richard Haynes Kay Hiail Edion Homer, Alaska GreeleY DETIVBF Jim Gwaliney ca,-sly, Har,-is Linda Hays Hazel Hicks Las Cruces, N. M. Denver Denver Lindon MaryAnne Haglund Geraldine Hurshmun Joan Heinlz Roberf Higashi Wiggins Eleele, Hawaii :iw 512119444 Hllziifi- Ili- Ri.5.R5Cia.muki ii:9Jti3ii ri-fliffirilliiiiiliiiiiiitil' rg- 'N'-he Q' - ir' N. lil!- -up 'Q' 'YS' if I' 547 , XXXL Freshmem ps fx 41 VWN pn 65 4? . e ,gg Roberla Hill Socono, N. M. Sally Hill Longmont Dee Ann Hipps Englewood Lola Hifzing Boone Marilyn Hallman Rapid City, S. D. A GI if -of T' 'v i Donald Holes Grangeville, Idaho Joyce Halliman Englewood Tom Hood Greeley Lynne Hopkins Greeley Mary Hopkins Ovid Mary Hosleller Denver Kathy Houchens Denver Sandra Hove Polson, Monf. Jean Haye Denver Roberls Huekins Wray Pal Hurfl Yuma Mary Hulson Fairbury, Nebr. Nadine Ice Englewood Joyce Jacoby Greeley Susan Jay Ollumwa, Iowa , .I. Marge Johnson Denver Phyllis Jones Silver Spring, Md. Gary Jurgensan Wes? Poinl, Nebr. Helen Jusl Englewood Harriet Kage Wailuku, Hawaii Page 85 Page 8b Freshmen . , , .,- .--...W-W.......,, -f" .:ff,. 'NFA ' f e f X K LF5: x " Vg? -jf -2, ,, if-.5 rf :K , Rfk 4' 'Q X f my ' - sri: '- ,f F C!"-J 'if I L yaawai li -'I' .WD rr V ' -4' . ..- "" 1 x. Q , we , K f ix Gllberl Kanekd Kona, Hawaii Paul Kell Plalleville Lynn Kelland Arvada Dan Kemp Aurora Reber? Kieser Wessinglon Springs, S.D. . Ju. k4,'A','i'L I I I V rllnil X 'Q ixmga on-. fr?-3 -nu an UD' :-W, xg . - , . . JN ' Skis , V fix-L v . f' ,ffja-:,,-5 -l-. g.:'e ' 3 yeg3,,1e,3'.:1 . , ,J wi aww' ' ' Ewmw A' f"'.., -N., , 1-4 - I .f , 'in "' lk 'U' I ff-'X .1 Ewgfie F ..? Nam, ww, f , -I , xy' wi Q., .P I I ' X rs fi iff fwlif l-X cs' I A ,101 1' Q fi' ,Q 1, jg. I ,,, Geraldine Kim Jean Klase Honolulu, Hawaii Evergreen Elizabeth Kimble Denver Bob King Aurora Karen Kirkendall Cameron, Mo. Sharon Klall For? Morgan J y Kneclll RapligCily, S. D Suzan Kornegay Le advi Ile Sandra Koenig Greeley Donna Koncilia Pueblo :I 'LEA kim nenbixlx Tiai-lPJH.vilSiiiW8bnIEIEH',SliiF-Qiiikiimif " sr l if -.5 WF' KT' ,...-- x Sieve Kasllland Carol Leonard Lillleion Yuma, Ariz. Judy Kring Nancy Lesko Denver Rock Springs, Wyo Sllirleyan Labrlala John Lewis Denver Arvada Carolyn Lake Deanna Liglllsey Fort Collins Wra- Cllrislie Lee Belsy Lindbloom Honolulu, Hawaii Denver fe 561 'waved' -0 Av" IQ A,-.an- -uv- fr -af Barbara Lindgren Holyoke Charldhe Linn Woodbridge, N. J, Jaye Lippold Lakewood Amos Lobaio Pierce Cheryl Longaere Omaha, Nebr. Harley Longan , Greeley Gary Loo Colorado Springs Carol Lore Alliance, Nebr. Georgionna Lum. Honolulu, Hawau Lynn McCain Spearfish, S. Dak. .-"Ye uw .dd Mig, l - fs.-' Freshmen Q""7 we 'G My , , 33525 Q . :X V " .i 4" N, Z 5 14.4 Q14 '11 ailing, "'- T' , A Q. ey -if v 52, . . ' L Q f 'fix-W ,V ' ' ' +2 'Q Y ,.:s,:1,, f 3251, I 7 2- 1' X Q f N . , Carolyn McKnigh! Marian Morkley Greeley Denver Sharon McTovish Muriel Marslon Pueblo Wesfern Springs, Ill. Gary McVey Evelyn Marlin Lamar Greeley Mildred Maeda Wayne Marlin Honolulu, Hawaii Greeley Brian Muhony Kenffield, Calif. Vincenf Mass Cheyenne, Wyo. -.. ff.. Norma Meyers Arvada Lorry Miller Gill John Millsopps Englewood Gail Moody Denver Bill Moore Greeley Page 87 Page 88 Freshmen .V',,.' ' ' K-dy-'x cv-11' 'ii ww , l ,X N.. . 4 af- , ' fag V! f"1 Mary Morris Denver Phyllis Marlon Lafayeile Sandy Mueller Greeley Jean Nakahodo Honolulu, Hawaii Anloinelfe Nalani Toadlena, N.M. Kurlh Nelson Hastings, Nebr. Alfred Neville Loveland Pol Nichol Greeley Margie Niakell Genoa Shirley Niles Yuma f5 ,au .pw- sl""", I 1- P' . June Nishihara Pahala, Hawaii Owen Nilla Waimea, Hawaii Eva Noble Yuma Delares Noe Indianapolis, Ind Louis Novak Denver ,. L- - - 4 limb. 46' 545 -.SCS fs: .Q ,. M. an W 1 .1 s New ' ' . . ,l,h,, b V N .P 1, sraaflf ri. Audrey Oaks Colorado Springs Koren 0'Brien Sf. Francis, Kan. Ann Ogan Eaion Augusl Olim Kailua, Hawaii Rulh Oliver Denver Jeananne Olsen Orchard Marge O'Neil Waunela, Nebr. Grace 0'NeIl Hugo Karen Opper Valders, Wns. Marian Osaki Ka paa, Kauai ..Q-kay-xlnlimamv,5.6.w,i:lxLQ5mQ6wW NWMlWNMM ' Freshmen " e. f V UN Ho I Win-X Ci- x we 4: Q7 C' Q meel 5' K x 9355? . 'Qin nf? :G-7 V up ssl' al' I fx ry 'G' Q-..,. E NS3g2,,,...- if 1' Ar- if ,Qi X --G 81 u Q , 1 ,SF "I : .vyrf - x1 N """l Nr N' Donna Osfergard Kremmling Bennett Pearce Cheyenne, Wyo. Lynne Pell Lifllelon Audrey Pendergrasl Bowman, N. Dak. Elllel Pennell Lakewood Donald Penn Aull Helen Perez Rock Springs, Wyo. Eileen Parkes Breese, Ill. Julianne Perry Puunene, Hawaii Anile Plumb Windsor David Polage American Falls, Idaho Lynn Popl k' Calumel Csyslll . Earbara Preuiff Denver Carole Price For! Lupfon Roberfa Price Lonqmonl ra . ' W I . Sandra Priehs Ml. Clemens, Mich. Judy Prior Council Bluffs, Iowa Lloyd Prior Denver Pa? Prouhef Colorado Springs Larry Puleo Englewood Sandy Pulli Colorado Springs Margarel Ranis Honolulu, Hawaii Cheryl Ranum Weslminsler Tom Rallifl Greeley Karen Reed Byers . -J... .W 'gsfiifx ,I SYN e.Eg'l,qI ' 'l gllfiy 1 S 65 V 5 " a. M. .40 s . F' Marilyn Reed Denver Page 90 Freshmen ff A' "' X Ns I J 'V Lois Rehder Fruiia N- .sf . 5' lil T4 , rm . ,,"f' ff- We al flgfxfkw V-1-.I ..f"'Y fe , , ' , may X Q L 5 .6 XE sri - 143 ,2 I 4, ' -- qv ,A , W, L 1 efbfg -X E' J' fs. 2, E315 vu- A+ Q 'V 3 ,N be M e u mi .'ab2..-4..f,- f Na ...- ." l f rem? Jane! Reichel Colorado Springs Renee Riesberg Denver Jaan Rilchy Holyoke Norma Roberlson Greeley David Robinson Denver dl E ,ri .14 'FJ 153 Cry' 'T' Q' 'G' 'UN Arlene Rocchio Florence Marie Roluli Denver Mary Romey Greeley Donn Ross Greeley June Ross Montrose fN pf' cf-7 1 ,.,.K:,! , ,vgef is is - . - ,,,.' l Sig. fx. vi fa., -4-if, 59, W ek 4, '02 'Navi Q' -.I ,.-v lff' f- on Marian Rui Slerling Carmen Ruiz Colorado Springs , Sarah Russel Denver Patrick Sanchez Denver Charlene Sandberg Greeley 's T Mildred Sala Honolulu, Hawaii Barbara Schaberg Colorado Springs Bonnie Sehank Greeley Marvin Schellenberg Wes? Point, Nebr, Richard A. Schmid! Denver ,.r,:-.Num-wr2.eal.v '- lm-... lm- V.-.size ll . was mbH1QEHlRHEQ1WNCM YWifEW Charlofle Schull: Brush Paul Seaberf Englewood Carolyn Seedroff Denver Jerry Sevilla Cheyenne, Wyo. Vivian Sharp Denver 5 , .Q ,. . , r Preshmem fs K -lm fi ,rival E. 4, if Elaine Shelby Colorado Springs Amy Shiba Paauilo, Hawaii Judy Shnoyer Greeley Norma Sickles Socorro, N. Mex. Shirley Sihman Greeley '. : ,. , Y ,.. Judy Sleppy Lafayelle Danna Smarl Edmond, Okla. Nancy Jo Smith Greeley Shirley Smifh Lilllelon Yvonne Smilh Greeley 4' .4-" A? ix? i' X ,, - li 5:7 R '2 A, . , 'til 53322 f 'N 'ik .qw S Deanna Slallings Y u m a Rifa Slaey Kewanee, lll. Rosali Slouch Englewood Kay Sfellmaker Denver Jenner! Sfenson Holyoke 1? 6 94' "f"f'4a W' -.T KSU Y' 'F , ff My xi, -in UQ Q, ......... , 48" 451' R -7' Y17' Rhonda Slewart Bra ndon, Nebr. Charlene Sfevens Erie Wally Sloelzel Arvada Sidney Slrolman Longmont Ann Slruble Ann Arbor, Mich. Chuck Slurgis Elaine Talmeguchi Colorado Springs Holualoa, Hawaii Doug Sfuller Englewood Anne Sundell Denver Joy Sundquist Milliken Jane Taber Arvada Page 9l Page 92 Freshmen Lorraine Takequchi Holualoa, Kona, Hawaii i 62' 21 Z- sl, i X W ,H .....-0 If-0 , , . ,,. K xg, KW ,Axs ,sf V 1 '53 Q Caroline Tamplin Denver Charles Taylor Lirflefon Pal Te Mao! Liillnlon Kay Thomas Sideny, Nebraska JoAnn Thompson Craig - --,X-a.l.N.fi-.111 A fi-wifi.-lvwii .Trail -f -el' wk ,vi yi I-G' 177 pn-at Ari 140' Maxine Thompson Wheal Ridge Sharyl Tomes Omaha, Nebraska Judy Townsend Denver Arlene Traulman Yuma M. K. Trekman Denver Frances Tsukamoh Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii Moralyn Tullle Craig Geraldine Tye Greeley Kasina Usel Basal? Barbara Vance Cheyenne, Wyo. . ff' N97 ...Arkl- N096- Curl L. Vandenbos Valentine, Nebraska Sharon Lorraine VanGundy Colorado Springs Erneslo Valliena Chamberino, N. Mex. Dave Vickerman Glenwood Springs Pal Walker Boise, Idaho an in:a:.L,xmminz-neqaaizmaszismirfswafxrmmw Glenda Walers Monte Visla Jerald E. Wafsan Wheel Ridge Maudie Weber Wiggins Paul Weibel Weslminsler Pal Weigond Greeley ...!","- ..f.,..3-N., Freshmen Ak fa.. , -ak- 3,5 X, 'tv Gb" Q'f"9 3 ,-,a ff'-i , - if C 04' 5' 3' Norma Weigel Crook Mike Weiker Albany. N. Y. Richard Weiss Greeley Nancy Welch Denver Jane? Wenger Dallas, Texas 'D' AV" -99' casa My N--an 131: 9 S- .Z X fi .51 , . z :f:"i,' h .s ,r K- Lg' A." ,.7.A-.,. 1 A ' E435 Arm Wheeler Herbert Wilcox Denver Greeley JCM? While Sharon Wilcox Omaha, Nebr. Denver Barbara Whillen Plainview, Texas George Wickslrom Boulder Sharon Widener Denver Ann Williams Forl Morgan Sandra Williams Denver Danelle Wilson Englewood ' 'X ,- .QQ 6' 4-4' A Susan Wingeli Denver Barbara Winium Perham, Minn. Sheron Winlee Spearfish, S. D. Barbara Wood Hillrose Alicia Woolen Woodrow -J" ,-r ' 'Nd ,.... -,s as , :,,.-a 36 Harry Woolard D e n v e r Rufh Worburlon Billings, Monl. Welsy Yanagi Kona , Hawaii Jon Zahourek Lakewood Rulh Zerfas Goodland. Kansas NX' .nu K Q 'gf' -ov . , -- ' is-ig David Zimmerman Denver Page 93 'x, --.., x V: .ax 4 ag up 4-.L .f Ali Amin Iran Porker Arckawo- Puunene, Hawdll Clifford Horifo Honokaa, Hawaii James Hurd Sleamboal Springs George Jones Greeley -'S' Or' A 55 In .fur .H We l .., - . H+-vi ":- Q iv iii Harold Arii Dole Brollen Roberl Galvin Honolulu, Hawaii Bolhenburg, Nebr. Burlxnglon Rodney Borslod William Decker Adrian Gonzales Madison, Minn. Edward Kislloba Wailuku, Hawaii Hugo Korpi Ely, Minn. Dorolllo Kunkel Keenesburg Fcrl Luplon Graduates Paul Lollr Defroil, Mich. Ido Marsh Nampa, Idaho Mike Koneko Kona, Hawaii wa' iii -5' 'Vs Page 94 , xe- Sili Meiclloli Indonesia Rulh Quom Armslrong, iowa Lily Rosquela Laguna, Philippines May Gola Honolulu, Hawaii Morgorel Grimes Golden Bob Seabrunch Colorado Springs Thomas Slloof Denver Duane Shook Rillman, Ohio Alice Heinz Greeley Roy Hirose Puunene Hawaii Charles Smilh Longmonl Wendell Williams Ludlow, Vermonl lsomu Yosufoke Honolulu, Hawaii "5 A , ,nf K i 1 ' 1 lv f -X 1 ":' ' ik .5 ., at 'Ci xfv' -faqs Aa' ,. 1 nga K fm aw Acvfx ml a fzrllli l +131-1' 1 I NI . .lfiiii.TirSill.J.I-5i-.,il:lkLliilf:iSiLl21Jili6bl5i1ib1i-illil!JiirflEEll?f3liliilPW.1ll we Gads! If's Iandina n.f-- j Q50 Capers -'3"" ,ff l ,Q xi X No, we're no? bubble dancers! Who's hanging who? C,S,C, launching sight Page 95 Page 96 Qhfecrs ...J - C.S.C. Cheerleaders Excitement an GIQ 1' lu' Gs May I go io school fo Evemlts JJ C.S.C. Spurs, hosfs for convention I V ' zETi5LcIIW bf-Slliiflkaixiriixkiiihbkiiliilill ' I. 1.8 ' 1 g 5. 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VVV VV V VM . i f V f- 1 , V- ,A V 1 .1,,VV,VVVV1V ,VVVV5 VV . -. , V PV'g2a"+:A.1 Ax.. Xa, I ... . aw' .1 'V,!gQ'. . VV if- Q.. 'V 1 ' V q? -'-,,.' V V 1'--sv -iv ' . . 5' VK 1.1-L-:W V "' V '- vWF? , . va f 14 ,' ff f 1 11,114 1 141. ' 'L ' .1 l ' 31:1 Q 'WQFI2 4' . ' '55 1 . mu V VNV, , , .. '1,.-V D11 WV .LQQVVV1 V e . WV V V VVVVVV -.1 mv.. 1 ,.-U, 'xiii 141 'iv ap " 1 MEMORIES 'B 1 , fl- v,.AA' ' r '3-7:21 ,Q X X' .L ' 'A7""Af- j,'K'Q, -'re -H.-',' , , 's-., H -, ,"'Vi,,'f 'nA,."3s :ffm ' 'v,'7'.fJa1 ' A " gg Tdinxkv ' -. ew .. .- M . 1 .. 4 fa. , .af 1 ,,,+' .f2:fV?. . , f .ffm-'-mx' 1 , -, gm ,Ay gil, .1 vi.. I V T. X, L! vxhn.:,. 11,5 ,ki 4 ,Cp ji F f-'I' ::, ,yr l ,Uyiszlh -sqk' I , .,a,l.x ' uw. f'1'f3 Fx S-1 . 51.14 ""-imma 'i f s,:s..,-. .f. Page 98 Uh, for these JEUPSTE days again , Q struwllimg aucmrioss the fmmiendliesfr sport on campus 9 as mrusfwgrcem min of leaves slowly cmfers all P IOO I 1, .iii :us 4 My--,Eb X ' '. s . fp.: Q I .- ,"'!' Q, Q' 9 1 4 S . ' 'x R I X I , V Q v NQP' V J ' M X 4-I E. . wr - 5 S P01054 'AQ' Q ff YZ!!! 'N l 1,1 X7 ' ,rg ' 'E ass N f. a fall makes its .mp1p.e.2urzuncc: N ' f f 'www mf. Mn' 'INF - f"?f-I 2-4' Page I02 -e.,4, Jw she- .lt ., avg 4 ,f J.: -- ---v 5: Aj 7 V k.- Vi-, - if 9129 M5593 -M -"' ' "JM "' Ann----Q - .-..--V , .N I ,., -- I Y , ' V J ra r , , f i ., . 7. - " wr P . A , , su .sae ,Nu A - -f-is ,ef Mizfiv - 4 Q.. Q J . h - it ,,.. -3-1' ' .- . A f Q'-1 . '- ,- . , . " -1 g' 2.9-- .-,,,., - --. , - f :P 'wg ,. ,, -1- xj 1 6, . . ,. - ,, .-' , " , 1 'Q' K x 4 .-' ' ' ' W ..f.., 1 "" . M -.-v.. af' ,X V: . ' , -V 4 R ' ' -. "'-- ,fi Sw ' wiv' . 'N ' A . , ' .. , ...,!?i'Qls1.:I.Y ' . "f-- 'MH AQQQ.-.J . .. Q1 .1 ---img' As Wimfner appears with its ifmsrfy whiteness E'oHcm'ecfl by the gI'55IlS of spring 5, 1 ii if 2 V 'fi' we-5f7'i9w.'9,: 'mm 2 , cv, ""J,'1"-M,v , -.-xi . ,,,..,. -: H,,y'-'am vu 1 ' ,f H -s---.Av,x4,5.,1-J! commas than closing Qchaqpfter 4, Q . 'wlifrh HL .comlplefred 5611156 of alccomplishment., ew In I n...a Marian Miura Arriving for the first time on campus and having no experience with annual work. Marian Miura has proven herself a big asset in the making of this year's staff. Marian offered her services right at the start and the odd iobs were given to her from cutting and posting to running errands. She worked all hours with the quietness and pleasant smile characteristic of her. Marian served as Organization Editor for this year's annual. We, the Cache La Poudre. wish the very best of luck and extend our congratulations for her port with us this year. Uuftsfialmdlimg STEQEIUHF Members Try to imagine a Cache Ia Poudre with no pictures. This is what Fran Cuckow would like to see after one of his hectic days behind the camera. Fran was active last year as chief photographer of the Mirror, and he has been invaluable to the Cache La Poudre Staff this year. Known best by staff members as the "bearded bulb fIasher," Fran is always ready with his Brownie Hawkeye to take any and all pictures required by the editor. Be- sides his iob with the annual. Fran is very active in Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity and in Pi Kappa Delta, honorary fraternity. The 1959 staff would at this time like to thank Fran Cuckow for all his fine work and cooperation and we wish him the very best of luck in the future. Fran Cuckow ,- A-, F9 is. 9' Page l05 ETEX A F A 5-'22 3321 ' 1 A ' .Z K? K- Atmzfvllfyfkfh ,S f we 1, -Ryfp M ff W i....e . ku -- PE Q , SEQ TM M3 X -5 X ..-if? ? -Z N ffff ' Q? 7 -- f -,.ff' ' ' 'L S P U fl I x , .1 xx X 'X 4 1 K ':"::c ,Q gi J .l , , ,, O RGFXN ll H ,I RELIGIOUS 1 CANTERBURY CLUB WESLEY FOUNDATION WESTMINSTER FOUNDATTION "BETHEL BAPTIST, 'FELLOWSHIP LUTHERAN' STUDEIG-'IE ASSN. ROGER WILUAMSI.-W FELLOWSHIP up W - - ' jx ' I I! . Y A I I Q tINTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOVVSHIP 5 I ,Y-f ir'-fl ZATI O N B t i., K , Q 1 f ' , .. ,Q 4, as if I my Q- J ,, . ,fs N ' f 4. ' "3 0,5 . 'W 1 A , E . ' 4 l ' x. l .5 V X Pregidenf Vice-Pregidem Secretary Treasurer Alice Heintz Rosalie Kerbs Marilyn Kunkle Mary Weingarth Associated Women Students? Ceattnenill Page I08 - Y-., f-- Wx C7 ls, J ,-. l 1 i 4, iii- QW' We 3' N if Si if w- 5 iii!- i . Left to Right, Back Row: Darlis Ann Miller, Shirley Johnson, Janet Koerner, Marcella Helser, Andi Ramsey, Karma Dobesh. Row One: Stephanie Mueller, Jo Ann Thompson. Fernie Baca, Joanne Oslrom. L i.- --vau.nrmz1mn.rizx..u-gnmnn.-anmnmvrnnmunuun Every woman student is a member of A.W.S. This large organization promotes loyalty, co- operation. and interest among the women stu- dents on campus. Their activities committee. headed by the vice- president. plans pep- per-uppers for some of our traditional activities. Among these are the Big Sister Program, Wom- en's Freshman Tea. Fashion Show. Christ- mas Party, Miss C.S.C. contest, and the Senior Ceremonial. 1 AQW0 S Adivities Committee ,. 5- rv. 2' -34' i Chairman Rosalie Kerbs W. .4 Leff io Right, Back Row: Caroline Tamplin, Liz Ficklin, Judy Bowe, Karen Hein, Mary Ann Halker, Lynn Whife. Row One: Beify Sfaver, Judy Reflow, Donna Jo Cole, Karen Davidson, Sharon Warren. Nor picfured are: Sharolyn Cameron, Judy Johnson, Lorrine Skaff. 3 Page IO9 P' " M, ze ,Ta Nf ,Q 1-N 'ggi' if "- X 1,454- f President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Margaret Weigel Louise Agostini Joan Brown Billy Haddan An interest in children fills the bill for mem- bers of the Associa- tion of Childhood Edu- cation. These elemen- tary education maiors and minors encourage ,f IE professional growth of A0 K, 0 teachers in the school. home. and community. They also discuss their favorite topic. chil- dren, in both educa- tional and social meet- ings. ' s ' ' --. - N. ,. g L. , A ff , l- ,V .,. Q? ' . ,Q za v . " . Q., I - Ng. Left to Right, Back Row: Alvin Mosbo, Sponsor: Sue Knotts, Pat Warren, John Rennes, Tim O'Leary, Hazel Hiclrs, Gay Lanlrenau, Phyllis Johnson, Roberta Wilkinson. Row Two: Betty Lowry, Sponsor: Sonya Crowder, Patsy Sylvester, Loretta Thomas, Barbara Putzier, Joan Matthews, Ann Ken- dall, Betty Byron, Nellie Mariclr. Row One: Margaret Weigel, Shirley Johnson, Glenda Mackey, Sara Shaffer, Rosalie Kerlos, Alyce Siverts, Meridel Swan, Sue Veteslr. av- of gs ' 54, Director f Claude Scl1rr1ilZ The CHORAL-AIRES were organized in 1954 from the best ensemble and solo singers at Colorado State College. Mem- bership includes 16 women and 16 men plus an accompanist. Exceptional vocal tal- ent is the main re- quirement for member- ship in the CHORAL- AIRES, students need not be majoring in music. The group hos made professional re- cordings. has appeared on radio and televi- sion and has made 43? E Treasurer Secretary Vice-President PI'BSideM Charles Harrington Sue Richardson Fred Tiller Al MCWllllBmS QChQumllfAJi11feS countless public ap- pearances . . . includ- ing a tour of Korea and Japan. The reper- toire of the CHORAL- AIRES includes num- bers from the 'l6th century to the present day: sacred, secular. opera, operetta, bal- lad. classical, and pop tunes. CHORAL-AIRES believe that singing should be fun and en- ioyment for both the performers and the audience, and the rep- ertoire is designed with that in mind. f , " w'ffr:11. '- 3. '- -r,:w-.:- ,:':. -1 ,,-' - s V. '- ., I -ml: ,5:aag,', ' y q 3 x -- ,-esggj-fl r -f ' yr' .Wk X N yfagi Choral Aire Members - Sopranos: Sandra Bateman, Joan Cole Lois Clytus, Betsy Gammill, Connie Harrison, Mary Anne Hostetler, Marilyn Mohr, Diane Wade. Altos: Gretchen Brad Mary Camblin, Bonnie Dahl, Mimi Gassoway, Sue Richardson Lynn Sommers, Mary Kay Swan, Judy Walker. Tenors: Bob Asmus, Bill Calahan, Darryl Hardy. Cllifllfs Harrington, Stan McWilliams, Gale Schauerman, Paul Schnei- der, Curt Sprenger. Bases: Sonny Boland, Leonard Glaviano, Duane Huff, Al McWilliams, Monte Otto, Bob Roberts, Fred Tiller, Mike Weilcer. Alternate: Earleen Zeger. Accompanist: Sally Barton. Page l I 5-v ff-tx"-X 1-of ,, . - 41? 'G ,V Sf' ,,...-- President Vice President .5e"'ef""V Treasurer Larry Eicher Grady Matthews DWI' T"'mme" Dick Greathouse HCM Club Stamping a freshman with a "C," Freshman Athletic Awards. and the handling of the football concession stands are only o few of C CIub's activities. This group is o service organization whose re- quirements for mem- bership are the eam- ing of an athletic award along with be- ing voted in byC Club members. Page ll2 Lett to Right, Back Row: John Bunn, Sponsor: Ed Maxwell, Wes Cook, Walt Goltl, Jim Hruska, Ken McFerren, Jim Cox. Joe Peck, Tom Allen, Richard Sass, Dan Robinson. Row Three: Denny Walkup, Paul Wachholz, Franklin Jordan, Richard Shine, Louis Beretta, Jim Hasty, Clint Summerfield, Don Read, Larry Olsen. Row Two: Ray McGuire, Jim Harden, Wayne Merritt, Don Andrews, Gary Boles, Steve Farnham, Paul Barnes, Clifford Horita, Don Kurth, Stan Wilkerson, Don Hutt. Row One: Al Stines, Mike Larson, David Passarelli, Bill Thompson, Reggie Batt, Jim Alegre, Pat Colgate, Bob Woods, Rick Hulme, Glen Estes. -m-fr -. ...- -5-mf.-mmm A ,Y 5' 6. "My mofher 'fold me no? fo fall: fo sir gers." M: - . I . Y , '-ve ' ,- , uml9 f vuuwl 'Jef Bmw! hmm - : 'y lltllllm num ' OUIIIIIIU4 lllllllllxg llllllilx- lllllllllx' . l f MQW Club Capers "Who sfole H19 -innerfube from ihe sarge's ieep7" r' A'-flifm "Looks like fhe Okies are migrafing again." Page I I3 Q 12 f 1 :faq President Ervin Spa hr CZ? Vice Pregidem Secretary-Treasurer Dick Williams Leonard Dionisio Disimrilrwmcive Edmuicmiom Cllulb - Page I I4 q- Ak 4 v Lefl to Right, Back Row: Calvin D. Whitaker, Leonard Dionisio, Ralph R. Brees, Fred Cuckow, Carl Gaer, Dale Brallen, Hugo Korpi. Row Two: John Simi, Gerald Bryon. Dick Williams, Ralph Gleckler, Clifford Koehn, Donald Mas- sard. Row One: Wayne L. Johnston, Janine Olson, Connie Bauman, Mary Yacomo, Roman Warmke, Sponsor. .-.Y......-......... . .. , ..-iv u.m..s.f.1g.umnw.vm1nm-mnuununaunmuun.uxm On the practical side of bringing home the business bacon. these DE's kept the fire go- ing all year under school matters. Besides handing out free type- writer keys to the first three initiates. these biz booms held pro- fessional meetings and activities to promote a better understand- ing of distributive ed- ucation in the public schools. Speakers from the fields of educa- tion and business helped analyze spe- cific problems. thus helping prepare po- tential teachers in the business area. Creativity is the pass- word for the members of the Fine Arts Club. Trying to instill a little of their enthusiasm into other students on campus. they hold various exhibits in- cluding the Annuol Intercollegiate Art Exhibit. On their own they enioy lectures and sketching trips around scenic Colo- rado. be f-Q V 'K , - A R C' ri!! A G 0 .:. f ,, , 1 r I . u . -. L N f " 'Q ...R 'i 5' . I In '- Treasurer Secrefqry Vice-President Bill Dolce Joyce Wright Gail Barnes Pine Arts Club L, W R ,116-iizim h ' ' R , wjwi , X I, li 12. it-iiwiiiiiili E' -ii L IE.O,:i'i ,Q lf,iJvyia.+ .lil 1,flli'ii s J vw if-lil iAWi,, we - ig' M ig,ii,1,q ,lQi::1gli'f1,1,l ' ' 9. 'rl x 1. 4 ,Ml-ni" ,R Left to Right, Baclc Row: Eric Lucro, Bob Diaz, Ted Buheno. Bill Dolce, Dan Banks. Row One: Kay Willidmi. -lOyce Wrigllf. Gail Barnes, Carol Mayborn, Nancy Payne. fe. 3 K lb N President Gene Morry Page ll5 N '4 -Q r-,ix 1 ' y A fi . . 'N 'W 'N N . , - ., , ... 5 . C. ,N .8 , .f - ' " 5. ' I '333' ,, N 'ca M , A6 - A- ,- - Y . . f ff J Presigeng U I Vice President Secretary freqsurer acqve 5 "'9 Harry Lee Audrey McMurray Joann Mansfield SQEQA 5.E.A. stands for the Sflldellf Education Association, and its members stand up for the teaching profes- sion. Sandwiched in between speakers and programs, the group seeks to develop per- sonal growth and pro- fessional competence. Lell to Riglwl, Back Row: Alvin Mosbo, Sponsor, Mary Gales, Smith, Carol Sue Mayborn, Mary Palli, Donald Graves, Jacque Gabriel, Ron Noilo, Bill Griese, Henry Burl, Kenneih B. Fulbrighf, Sponsor. Row One: Louis J. Prechf, Jr., Ellie Selee, Tom Ryan, William Selee, Jack Baillie. Row Two: Linn, Roberta Abbeil, Donna Munro, Jean Maeda, Sandra Paul Ribali, Janice Jerabelr, Arline Sander, Audrey Martens, Gillespie, Audrey McMurray, Ellenor Poller, Joann Mans Eunice Rumsey, Kathleen BraLellon, Jean Allan, Beverly field, Harry Lee 1-m..,.,,--.... . ..,.. 1 . .-f- W-enum,-i.-.-.n H-nz-mln:-.-nw-wnsnmm-..va-.un .Mm-muuuwvnmuunmu-unnmnfnq-mfnmnmrnnm-1 Affiliated with the American Home Eco- nomics Association and the Colorado- Wyoming Home Eco- nomics Club. this group has many out- standing activities. Among them are Underprivileged Chil- dren's Party. Bridal Clinic. Bake Sale, and the Rose Banquet han- oring the Home Eco- nomic. A -S x , ,. , - ' -' zo 5 . ' . , 5 ' X N' V ', A ,-15 s-. : 1,- wi: . , ' if-'xii -ffm - q A 4' t M. -T F , I k V I -0 in H n F A 153' 'A "9 r fi . T Q igrgz 4 . .,,, 1 Xh..-...M-.ia x Treqwrer Secretary Vige.Pfe5idenp President Nancy Allis Caroline Pabsi Mafga Lamb Happy Greallwouse Home Economics Club V 1 f A Q9 cf - f G icy' 1:7 ...-A Lefl' lo Righl, Back Row: Barbara Ware, Reia Hawlrinson, Gwendolyn Enlz, Jean Sample, Judith DeLong, Marcella Helser, Julie Filler, Jane Velul. Row Two: Carol Lore, Verle Weiss, Mary Alice McKinney, Darlene Verbiesi, Jeanie Roberlson, Kay Corcler, Janet Burscli. Row One: Florence Hopcus, Elaine Crawley, Gloria Budig, Miss Alberfa Reitze, Sponsor: Happy Greaflwouse, Carol Ann Anderson. Caroline Pabst. -1-Qi e I A fs ' .vo ag wr - s t r .. , f A D' , l ,f , O 'I I '-Y President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Jim Alegre Frances Chang Kristine Nakano Reuben Yoshida ll-llawaiiam Climb pas, -- f Q, ' .1 f . - Our delightful immi- grants from the islands form one of the more unusual C.S.C. Hui 0 Kamma- aina, meaning "Let's have a b theme of Lei Dance. They sup- ply various organiza- tions with entertain- clubs at all". is the the annual ment and promote our college all over the state with their per- formances. fr G? T7 2' Q Page IIB - .segment 1 Lett to Right, Back Row: Alvin Sailci, Clifford Horita, Owen Nitta, Gerald Matsumoto. Jane Suede, Gilbert Kanelco, Allan Miilre, Miha Kanelco, Seiei llrehara. Row Two: Geraldine Kim, Linda Nakaya, Lorraine Takeguchi, Merle Kobayashi, Grace Shinselci, Elaine Matsuoka moto, Amy Shiba. Row One.: Kathy Glad Yuhara, Jane Oki- ys Oshiro, Marian Kashima, Geraldine Suzuki, Elsie Shimabulcuro, Winnie Wong, Elaine Talceguchi, Frances Chang, Mildred Karimoto, Betty Toda, Meredith Ching. .nn-au. .f....:an.-.m,.nuuzu-vu mn.1mnmnmnu-1 ,, x 'vf r lui . " X fl iixli or F 2 own .'-A? "' -E iii 1:1 4 .ox lim 1 :LV .T xxx l V V . -Nix Qslcg W 1, f Mill l lil In If l, I 4 - e 1 f-aaa-ee a' ,'5fZQz,y-,,e, - +V - Gly-i,,, g 26'-f e - o Q a a - 1 Sv X, Y J wi---- 1- 5 1""' Qgxq Leff 'lc Riglwf, Back Row: Bernice Esfrella, Arnold Fuiii A . . . . . ugusf Olim, Richard Hlgashi, Charles Fuclugami, Roberl Higaslii, George Shigemalsu, Chirs+ie Lee. Row Two: Marian Osalri, June Nisliihara, Harrief Kage, Alma Kaiilrawa, Kaye Q, lchiriu, Elsie Qshiro, Mildred Salo, Georgianna Lum, Sharon Fry Sa olro Nislwi R O , y . ow ne: Evelyn Kodama, Jean Naka- lmdo, Jane Nagamine, Geraldine Nakafa, Lois Wada, Mar- garef Ranis, Mariorie Sabine, Carol Miyazaki, Beffy Yuen. ,SF f mf y 7 on .x , f" v ', , . , , .-, s D -' r 'Q' 1 1 X, ez:-f rg, 3 ' 3' vw. .9 - " .Lv . h ' it ' ' ,-V ,iw Q "Nor1i.YlA'. sikxg- , . ' V tw.: .M X . . , 6 ,W . Pfegidenf Vice-President Secretary F,-Bd Cuclmw Dennis Powell Gerri Feland independents Left to Right, Back Row: Jerry Oestman, Wayne Johnston, John Rennes, Kenny Rielo, Richard Diclrson, Ben Nuanes, Richard Anderson, Calvin McDaniel, Richard Hill, John True. Joe Kidd, Andy Fritz, Wayne Emericlz, Gene Karlsen, Donald Massard. Row Two: Bethel Oestman, Ellen Poland, Yvonne Smith, Shirley Hergenreder, Pat Nichol, Jill McKelvy, Helen Page I20 The Independents. a new organization on campus. rose from the Off-Campus organiza- tion. During fall quor- ter they held registra tion for all independ- ent students with very good results. The In- dependents worked during the year to provide the independ- ent students with equal prestige among the other campus so- cial groups and to spread the campus news to off campus students. Barnard, Natalie Rothschild, Barbara Whitten, Margie Nick- ell, Hazel Hicks, Barbara Schellenberg, Penny Parker. Row One: Joyce Burton, Jeannette Gillespie, Pat Wiegand, Joyce Jacoby, Mary Ann Redman, Joan Latferty, Glenda Harper, Gerrie Feland, Ellenor Potter, Shirley Bohlen, Eileen Pav- lekovich. Hammering. blow- tarching. and con- struction are charac- teristics of Industrial Arts maiors and minors. Field trips. speakers. social and and group discussions enabled members to to learn of develop- ments in this field and the teaching area. new 52,1 my i iii' Treasurer S9Cfefa"Y Vice-President Fred D. Mills, Jr. Joe Chrisman Richard Johnson llndlusflriiamll Arts 4 A. x , - 'N .Q .Q Q! .-,,, V :iii President L. H. Chilly Qllulb , U Left lo Right, Back Row: Author Heyes, Fredrick D. Kagy, Burke, Richard Johnson, Dick Ryan. Tom Allen, Rolf Weis- Sponsor: Joe Chrisman, Harvey Anderson, Gerald Mafsu- singer, Richard Warren, Don Fox. Row One: Roberl' Ander- molo, Max Marr, Bill Reed, Russell Eaclcer, Byron Lewis, son, Barney Lanz, Miclc Kanelco, Pat Colgate, Bill Smilh, Bud Delberl Peckurnn. Ed Lynn. Row Two: James Warren, Charles Tanlring, Donald Taylor, Wendell Newman. Page I2l v my ,Jil rf, 'Q ""!. f fr D President Vice Treasurer Ken Marlin Jim Gels Myrna Borcherr Darrell Freeland A program of heel- stompin' and high steppin' fun was had by all dancing mem- bers of the Jeans and Janes during the 1958-59 year. These oclets of iabbery feet danced their way reams .eumdl lanes .i,..,.. .ie ,.... H... weekly get-togethers to square dance fes- tivals. An exhibition team represented these sprinting squares at various regional ramps and rallies. if , Lefl lo Righl, Baci: Row: Wayne .lol-mngfon, Wayne Noe, Charles dell Williams. Row Two: Dwayne Trembly, Elsie Reid, Ellenor Burke, Don Glueclr, Marvin Dove, Ron Nong, Ken Tiffany, Potter, Shirley Hergenreder, Alice Parlrs, Gayle Wrirebol, Shir- Calvin McDaniel, Kenneth Pearson. Ken Schaefer, Duane Shoolr, l9Y E5f1SPSl'1I'. Carol W5Sl1l11UfH. l-30096 PETEYSOH- Row OH92 Ernesl Saylor, Gene Karlson. Row Three: Larry Sandberg, Julia l'le6'fl'19f l'ldf1lOH. Lucy MOHVQOMEVY. Barbara Pie-ialue. l-O55 Burke, Bonnie Warner, Shirley Sleele, Sally Riggs, Donna Els- Berry, LeEHa Crow, Barbara Geis, Maxine Miller, Joyce Eberl, berry, Sherrill Winlrleman, Sandra Koenig, Roberf Potter, Wen- Belly Kimble, Page I22 Do-re-mi's: were har- monized into shape with both verve and decorum as this pro- ficient group delved into the music of the past. Huddled myste- riously around a table in the manner of six- teenth-century song- sters. the group de- ciphered madrigals from medieval-type scores. Talent and time were essential for the membership qualifications, with the results being profit- able and pleasing to hear. ' .s ,M Nl. me .-, fx PQ Q of 5 X A Q ' to ' i ' """ " 2 -sz' i N4 Fx . i Secretary-Treasurer Vice President Pfegidenf Cecil Tapey Monte Otto Larry Magnuson Marcifngai Snngers ' L Lett to Right, Baci: Row: Steve McNeal, Monte Otto, Mary K, Swan, Benita Dahl, Karen Lochner, Ardis Hinze, Kay Leonard, Tony Cribelli, Charles O'Dell. Row One: Marvin George, Spon- sor: Glenn Shuli, Cecil Tapey, Gretchen Brod, Loretta Calla- han, Ruth Romero, Janet Myers, Dona Jo Pier, Larry Magnu- son, Gale Fuscus, Don Miirlich. Page I23 President Slanley McWill Vice President Secretary-Treasurer iarns Jon Zahourei! Mike W9ikBf MQRQHQC The Men's Residence Hall Council works to give the guys living in the dorms a break. This group has an an- nual Chrisimas dinner, exchange meetings with the Women's Residence Hall Coun- cil, and plans gehoc- quainfed parries with the gals' dorms. 4, ef- i r is N.-f.L,w Leif lo Right, Back Row: Michael Weilrer, Jerry Amsberry, Terry Cyprian, Chuck Gaul, Ray Harris, Gene Gafes, Jefferson Davis. Row One: Jon Zahoureii. Ted Heinz, Norman Walsh Mrs. Be r r' nadune Graham, Direciorg Lee Piccard, Gary Loo, Sian Mc- Williams. 1 xx -rcnx:' ,Ir ' V :: ar' -.uviiifctmcr-' u-v.f.'n'f :iL1nu'mz.zn.nz.-,vulmnrrmul..rnwm .-m-W1-n:a:fA--emi.e:,,... v---- --., Continuing a good thing, the girls of Rainbow are made up of girls in good stand- ing with their home assemblies. Besides contributing to the success of A.W.S. proiects. and working with the Religious Council. the group helps the needy. Serv- ice. loyalty, high ideals and coopera- tion are special proi- ects. helping to satisfy some campus needs. ,f is ac i Q' " Q A. l 'ST President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Jan Tracy Keith Berry Diana Hoff Jim Joyce , -3 , .?97'f'?3w'2 . N' '? an . 2' I -V,-ow -, f ,....,....---- s....,,...,4 .. . Scicmcle Climb 1 :A-EMM - , Nw lg, 4, Missiles. Sputniks, radiation are only a few of the many inter- esting things this club digs into. The biggest proiect is to promote an interest in science and a fellowship be- tween students in their department. Smaller proiects include guest speakers. movies. and exhibits which help clarify mysteries of the science world to others. I I 1 l . 9 , ' - . . ,u ,.,e..... N ,. Page IZ6 Lefl to Right, Baci: Row: Floyd mboni, Mohamed Hilali. Valdon Cameron. Row One: Jim Joyce, Diana Hoff, Jan Tracy, Marie Rolufi, Keith Berry. f is ' " n'.:v:.:4,-::.v.r-xl. . mpnwe.. .1 J.. lmucnmaanummuausxi :nun-:num-za: 'Hgh'- T'e'5l"e" 5e"e"'Y Vice-President P,-esidem, C5'Yl COVE Jan Welch Sally Eugen Deanna The purpose of Shark Club is to foster an interest in all types of swimming. especially synchronized swim- ming. The "Sharks" spent many hours practicing for their annual swim show. As a youngster among clubs on campus the "Sharks" plan for bigger and better shows and participa- tion in many other activities in the future. Lett to Right, Baclr Row: Miss Everett, Sponsor: George Slrer- tich, Gordon Smith, Lee Fregeau, Ernest Brown, Curt Vanden- bos, Owen Nitta, John Scott, Linus Leiker, Al Metcalf, Don Life, Sam Skidmore. Row Three: Nancy Ruttertord, Portia Fleetwood, Sally Kerr, Glenda McKnight, Judy Johnson, Lynn White, Su- san Higbie, Darlene Williams, Shelia Claar, Bonita Eilrermann, Jackie Emerson, Jackie Kolar, Nancy Welch. Row Two: Patti Shark Cllulb Carol Clarlr, Bev Hogoboom, Betsy Sweney, Loretta Callahan, Marilyn Coleman. Row One: Myrna Hirsch, Sally Ayers, Karen Brandau, Ann Struble, Susan Jay, Joan Latterty, Dale Becker, Judi Christen- sen, Donna Anderson, Julianne Perry, Jeanette Stenson, Elaine Perham. Shimer, Fern Marilyn Borup, Jean Marge Gray, Joan Cobb, Jean Goddard, Blue Pdqe f so so fs x -av "I Q- ' ,, qi' N 'J za- Q is i ,- - : si , - 4 V Q A-D? gg X.. ,W , Q5-'YEA 1 -QZTQZT ' - t P .d t vice-Presiaem Secretary T'e'S"'e' Rogeibinon Howard Gifford Barbara Jean Ogden Mary Gales Anyone staring at the mountains and mutter- ing "l want snow" is sure to belong to this ovid group of skiers. The weekends bring on H1 o skier's instruction " 1 0 1 program, trips to such places os Berthoud Pass. Hidden Valley, ond Winter Park. Everyone has fun ski- ing or on the bus rides. 'FTC' ' Q 5 IQQLI tea . 315 fit Page l28 .fi J v-.cv NJ Left to Right, Back Row: Thomas R. Smith, Wayne Remmel, Cliff Vashus, Tom Upton, Steve Anderson, Dick Stockman, Gene Castellucci, Jeanette Brown, Chuck Delpapa, Tom Fuxa, All ln- wood. Row Three: Sandy Pulli, Carol Seedrotf, Judy Sleppy, Pat Distel, Gene Smokler, Myrle Hautala, Jeanette Foster, Lois Tiernagel, Katherine Shields, Laura Fesler, Wendell Williams. I Q1 Row Two: Arline Bowen, Tom Noble, Fran Willard, Julie Parmakian, Myrna MacNeill, Barbara Gorshe, Patty Camack, Sandra Hove, Donelda Queen, Myra Lewis, Byron Lewis. Row One: Kay Timble, Carol Blocker, Janet Wenger. Natalie Roths- child, Carol Blood, Jane Welch, Chris Benner, Carmen Ruiz, Jody Appleby, Joyce Holliman, Jerry Donahue. F ':mm':.a.,:im .'im.z1:xwg.1,:um.v Q- ..-...gi mau..ms.v-:.........mu-sn1g...........n......i....--- ft fl 1: 1 -4 T - ii 2' gg i -so -.I .ae- il-' ' Till" l 7'- ' r ... 'ff Z f Y K 'AQ -I ' 7 , . . . T, 'v,f X 222 ':i any '1' I 9 'ki' f "la 'Q ii ,I tax .QS gglki ,K .- ll 'N llyx , l l '--E ' f 6' inf? N I ' V. X . " ' , 'x r: 9 Q d- ? l rl::?g . 4 1 7-1 X aiu ilu G ef 1, iff' xx ' lr if is X ,fl ,,f"l " 'f' ,- 14 "Qi I, 'iff fi' li 'Lili ' Ixxx .- f 'ik n ' . 'ff - 2- .-X fax if , K! 1 N fl' if F6 f 'N Wifi "'A I f 'rf . f fix X :ff 'pu Nl! X- - ,.,,,1 3 ' 'iff il' -' ::S:VQ-.f' '.'X it K ,A X ffr ff, 'Ii J ,.5 ' - is .. - J' ix. emi - ees s ff i 'G Q as C 'hilly l rfill' -'fflff' is 1 I 1532 N l Ii ': 23 qiixa if .- 5 - i s ,f I ' xx -71 .X skiiw 3"' X' E' fs-:gig 'NT7'-...xv - ' " :A is ff l Nur, X XF zp, D A i fi X, xo A ,,. K, I .I ,f u I i X 1 " " "H A f X V4 is 0' rx C ' 'N - I N ' ' 'X QX X X X ,f Ag x T x 5 i , X Sci' ' X-Qs E"""'T Leif fo Righl, Back Row: Eric Hull, Don Kurlh, Gordon Smifh, Roberl Wendel, Jaclr Baillie, Bud Roof, Jon Bedford, Jim Dorsey, John Lasch, Bill Moore, Daniel Monlero. Row Three: Dave Thorpe, Gene Panaffona, Bob Sorge, Tom Dobson, Charles Hull, Marge Shepard, Joan lacabone, Barbara Schah, Bev Hogobon, Sue Lewis, Roberla Abbeff, Judy Helms. Row Two: Joe Krause Nw O'Dell, Edi+h Daily, Marilyn Marhews, Carolyn Lake. Row One: Pai Benife, Linda Smifh, Donna Welch, Sally Kerr, Gay Beauman, Phyllis LiHle, Par Wallcer, Rosemary Behn, Eleanor Arroyo, Sharon Smifh, Rusana Blaclcman. Janie Husfon. Judy Townsend, Connie Thompson, Charlene Perea, Debbie Clarlr, Ron I-larrigian, Charlene Page l29 f-. .Q 1.1 A 8 ' il R a ' T? pg , , sw .Q 'If' M29 QE.: , . presidem Vice-President Fe,-nge Baca Dave Mendez Treasurer Allseria Lopez Mary VBHGQBS Sociedad Hispanica 1.w " c-.. 'J-' as 1 . I ,IN 5 1. F i Q 64, umm Left fo Right, Back Row: Dr. Martin Candelaria, Sponsor, Joe Nunez, Leo Soliz, Robert Nuanez, Gilbert Carbaial, Charles Thieboll, Dave Mendez, Frank Anaya. Row Two: Robert Diaz, William Duran, Ted Bueno, Frank Valenzuela, Perfidia Alvarado, Paul Ribali, Frank Carbaial, Tom Noble. Row One: Sylvia Medina, Helen Mariinez, Helen Perez, Dee Lovalo, Eslher Lopez, Mary Venegas, Alberfa Lopez, Elaine Bennett. Page l30 -x Sociedad Hispanica. translated, means Spanish Society. Senars and senaritas of this group share a mutual interest in the language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries. To illustrate their interests, they entertain themselves with skits and stunts. Between entertain- ment, they find time to plan an annual din- ner and raise funds for the Latin American Education Foundation. il s v :num l-N.:.lKiini.5HvruMp!lD.CitRi!'E1LiBlil'intll3lll. Basketball gomes. hockey skirmishes, vol- leyball meets, and the ever present baseball and softball are com- petitive sports which these girls love. Good sportsmanship is their ideal. as well as vori- ous dinners and par- ties to keep that spark alive for more compe- tition. .av ' 7'L.x rm 5 X 'TF' I i . 'flliaiz' 'if V' if' -S , " , A ,?4'::-:..'fif-11:59--iff ' :.4fp'.':-'ffwl-1,f5:'au -sf ,, A 355' f? i . Treasurer 51-'CYGNYY Vice President pmsidem Mary Lou Tobias Myrna Hirsch Grace Spykstra Barbara Holman W romania Afthlltefuifc Assocliaifrniom vu ...xr 1 .ff Lett to Right, Back Row: Mary Lou Tobias, Myra Lewis, Sally Ayers, Darlis Ann Miller, Sonia Melton, Barbara Frantz, Liz Steadman, Nancy Van Anne, Sponsor. Row Two: Lydia Thorns- by, Stephanie Mueller, Renee Sawyer, Carole Meaders, Bev Hogoboom, Grace Spylcstra, Helen Maag. Row One: Myrna Hirsch, Jean Spangler, Betsy Sweney, Carmelita Truiillo, Mar- cia Mortenson, Bonita Eilrermann. Page I3I .. IQ, 0 'vs i QL 2 -A ? . , gala -J. ' . e 1 l e, ,. JC' uf f""" ' is J ., ex or A W R I lr, , N i. gig -.. 4,3-,,,i s W' H x fo new J Vice President Secretary Treasurer Karma Dobesh Diane Thaxlon Dorlhy Kay Alden WQRQHQC Women's Residence Hall Council is the governing body for the women's dormito- ries. Its purpose is to promote the welfare of the residents. es- tablish a cooperative spirit among the wom- en's dorms, and to help develop and pro- mote dorm regulations. W. R. H. C. also ini- tiates and directs ac- tivities in the resi- dence halls. Some of the outstanding octiv- ities are the formal Christmas dinner, the Scholarship dinner honoring the women in the dorms having high scholarship and the dorm which has the highest scholastic average. the All Dorm Dance, and a tea hon- oring graduating sen- ior girls. r- 1 'Cv '7 Left lo Right Bacln Row: Ann Gaulhier, Lida Rowden, Jean Hoye, Margaret Ccolr, Barbara Ware, Calhie Milchell, Virginia Boll, Pal Vote. Row Two: Lenore Purcell, Clara Jo Alley, Susan Higbie, Carol Maybarn, Gail Moody, Belly Simmons, Jeanne Cooke, Marilyn Rider. Row One: Wanda Posleher, Mary Do- menico, Sharon Coomes, Sophie Taniguchi, Calherine Donahoe. Eleanor Pifer, Helen Zado. i JA-351vJiNii4Y.vl-l!15iDlliiillwiitffiii l .il .L 'Vx ,W .:' We Q9 Treasurer Secretary Vice President Pf9Sid9l1f Bernita Waddell Bonnie Brown Chuck Redies Ra"'dY Simmons The CSC Young Dem- ocrats were engaged in several activities during the year. The most important of these was the work done for the Weld County Democratic Party during the fall elections. The Young Democrats canvassed Y D nearly one-half of the precincts in Greeley. which was reflected in the Democratic vic- tory in Weld County. Senator Kefauver and Representative Byron Johnson were hosted by this club in the early fall of 1958. .-.. , -sw rr: . , Left io Right, Baclr Row: John Fisher, Don Gilberf, Slanley Usel, Robert Logsdon, Gerald Radcliff, Tom Ryan, J. D. Brattin, Douglas E. McNeil. Row One: Margaret Johansen, Shirley Ann Niles, Bonnie Brown, Gayle Roberison, Charlene Riordan, Carol Smith, Sharon Burt, Carolyn Roley, Bernita Waddell. Page I33 rarc--s--e--e - I I Colorado State College DIVISION OF MUSIC presents The Concert Band WAYMAN E. WALKER, Director F-'1"P'F"""'5 FFFWWW Page I34 The Concert Band is under the direction of Wayman E. Walker and the assistant director is James Miller. It is composed of 93 college students. This hard-working organization spends many hours in prac- tice and rehearsals in order to bring inspiring music to our campus throughout the year. One of the highlights of the year is when the band makes an annual tour through parts of the state. mn.:-1.4 u:.1m...vumun:v,n .un ' zaunnquu- ,f ' K L I' Q Pride wif the Rwcknies .rr E! fs Q if Q, l The "Pride of the Rockies" 130-piece marching band is always ready ta perform during the half-time of football games. Whether it be music for a concert, cheers for a foot- ball game or the Alma Mater song for basketball games, the music department is right on hand. nl 5, s...f-ai ' QF, e" f l as a fla s h: e mar w. e -r la ii gl 6 ' ' Q ' .v , If ? 55 - f'it'5S,,, gx -, 4 .3 lf- ' fu. -,' 'Te n 6 . -' ' r 'f 1- 1' ' 'Lf' ' ' ' ff I sees f a - , 's rs' A - s- it + ll , 5, ,P'. X Q sw,-, h I .,.v Vx: a N M F ,N-1 yt- N A ' Q, H .. r A ' -My - ,Lg j ,,4 - , Y .K E X .V ff - ,A 1 V fr, - . ,gif .J V 'T A Q ' E " l la 4 1 ' 4 I an - Q A A f", A QIQ, , 1 ' k Page l35 A.- l i I! .. 1 ul - K ' ll: will I 4 'dull ' E Y l 5 . , Q Z ,,. ,seg-,q ' 7- gf Z5 Va Sfudenis representing schools fhroughoui noriheasrern Colorado aifend lhe model U.N. Assembly sponsored by l.R.C. jfvfgs, . e - l e ff 1 sg Zshikfl' .-1 gi fe, ,T 1 , T ., 5 X l .fl ..,'i f'f7'xJ'- v w A .Sr x sl , 'V YY-if 6 M 'J' 35.52 is ' 1 . 'fix' Vis.-' l ii FY , 1 - lm-'M T - 1. ., 'I 4,-, 1 i 1. . ,,,. 1 ,y i -' .- ffm yi - li. i' if i 4, ff 4 - ' Q W ' l e 1:1 ig siiif' 35, fi fl 'f ' , ' f ly M . 'f X- " ' 1 . ' .. 2 3. . 0 X . x., 23.-S ug? t - x A A: I - . f - 3 .3 .D ip ,legs is Ja . 5 s ' if ' je .--gas.: ,Vile :rf -,Q ff - ' , 'rg-gjf' ' .. ,, :gf :Neff K' y ' ...-g., , .4 .. ' F 5- , -ME-3-'53 Qi , ref- L t. ' - "4Q.f'-'E' --hr: 1-- " .s uf ' 1 g . ..Qi-.7 a..frf ' X. , M. :ew ss 1-sy-,5jy"ge'A gif, Page I36 Flags of ihe nations fly before each l.R.C. meeling -..-.. ... ..m.-ve.-.1-A.,-K.,-1-X-l mn- .lf-Km-s-.-.sn-11.-.-.nfnr-1 PROC In its third year of existence here. lntemational Relations Club boasts one of the largest memberships of any organization on campus. The panel lounge was full to overflow- ing with world-minded people every Tuesday afternoon. as speak- ers and movies presented thought- provoking ideas. One of the high- lights of the season is I. R. C. sponsoring the model United Nations Assembly. Each spring. students from various high schools around the Greeley area arrive on the CSC campus to participate in this assembly. The entire pro- cedures are run exactly like the UN in New York City only on model form. Each school is assigned a particular country ahead of time in order that they may compile information and plan their procedures on the various topics to be discussed. This affair is not only a highlight of l.R.C. but for the entire CSC campus. fi.. Dr. Ross addressed Model U.N. Assembly ' They lack the uni- forms. but the spirit is still there. This best describes Alpha Phi Omega. a national service fraternity for those with previous experience in Boy Scouting. This group has been the sponsor of a very successful lost and found depart- ment, as well as help- ing with many drudge tasks around the campus. , - , ' ' "F - " .-0 i X P1 ,rm egg i gn-1 J.-A 7 if 2 - , J 1 ,V , ,, X Q VJ X 6 ,. xx- YQ tikr. ,. gsafzfsgwix af fry 5,5 Vice-President President Edward Butterfield Bud Root John Wilson Secretary Alpha, Phi Omega, R NJ , Lett to Right, Bacli Row: Keith Berry, Max Marr, Russell Eaclrer, John Wilson, Darrel Freeland, Gene Morey. Row One: Ken- neth L. Coolr, Newell Dickey. Bud Root. Edward Butterfield. Aaron Twombly, Charles Oshiro. Page I37 Page l3l i 'eg K, ,fa tb .P-5 'v-ar Flight Leader 0Pel'Ufl0'l5 office' Recorder Comptroller AVi5 Relsiml Jan Flint Cox Carol Paulsen Pat Kaspar Who's Who in blue might well include Colorado State Col- lege Angel Flight. The twenty-six members were selected by a Qualification Board noting such points os poise, leadership. scholarship. and gen- eral all around per- sonality. Tapping was held during the year, much to the surprise of the newly-selected Angels. Activities in- Amgeii Flight cluded being hostesses for various conclaves of Arnold Air Society. the sponsor of C. S. C. Angel Flight. Besides being a service organ- ization. Angels ab- tained information concerning the mili- tory services. There is no connection with ioining up with any woman's service. and they weren't trying to be the first women iet pilots. X7 Left to Right, Baci: Row: Mary Christie, Anne McCleery, Barbara Burns, Karen Lochner, Jan Flint Cox, Karma Dobesh, Carole Paulsen, Avis Reising, Niki McGlathery. Row One: Sue Wig- gins, Bernita Waddell, Kaye lchiriu, Deanna Reeman, Betty Schimpf, Mary Weingarth, Sarah Graesser, Karen Hein, Carolyn Cooper, Ruth Jones. Not pictured: Colleen Estes, Sally Cisney, Tess Hay, Rozella Ragsdale, Cherie Clark. ii .q.....avg. wry, FN Qawvlt 4:05. 177, ROCIIY MW""i" AW' c9"'P'f0"e" Adiutant Recorder Executive Officer Commander communder Cadei CaPi'3ln Cade? Caplain Cadet Captain Cade+ Maior Cadet Colonel Paul Rubel Joe Nunez Don Furuia Arnold Mabile Wray Calahan This honorary organi- zation consists of men who h o ve completed two years of basic ROTC training. Mem- bers ore selected on the basis of scholastic achievement. int e r e s t Arnold Aint' Society in the AFROTC pro- gram, ond the abilities to perform the duties of an officer. The on- nuol Air Society Mili- tory Boll is iust one of the functions these Birdmen promote dur- ing the school year. Left 'lo Righl, Back Row: W. W. Wegner, L. S. Slory, J. L. Buffers, R. J. Kenf. C. A. Hodge. Row Two: R. L. Ramey, N. B. Ruby. F. L. Jordan, P. C. Cox, A. I. Ballro, J. C. Nu D. T. Furula. Row One: J. H. Luppens, R. D. Bernd, T. H. E. Jones, J. J. Paolino, L. P. Rubel. nez l Page I39 President Vice- President Secreta"Y Treasure Ken Plonkey Jim Edmon V Page I40 'sf f"...ZI ve r d50l'l Marie Mu"i"" Catherine Morgan Alpha Psi Umega 'Q- Besides presenting the Irene Jesser Award to the outstanding fresh- man drama student. this group of talented Thespians can be found with their tin- gers in many pots- grease pots! Un- countable hours are spent in iam sessions coffee breaks. paint fights, and dinner meetings to prepare their three yearly pro- ductions for CSC stu- dents. i Q.: Q l '-L-gi Left to Right, Baci: Row: Helen Langwcrthy, Sponsor: Jim Edmondson. Doug McKenzie, Davis Silres, Sponsor: John Cub- bi9B. Judith Willson. Row One: Wayne Johnston, Jean An- drews, Marie Murfin, Katy Morgan, Mary Ann Tanlring, Lloyd Norton. ' ' ' ' 1 1.1.-.'r:un.1mu:-4...manzmm:.r.1mea:u.nmmrav4mum-mnxnansv-m-muunn .,,. ..w, ..r, New members for this men's honor fraternity are tapped once each quarter. They are ad- mitted on a basis of Scholastic ability. leadership. and serv- ice. You can be sure that every member of this organization is present when it comes time to select the Blue Key Sweetheart, and plan for the ball. These are the two big events undertaken by this group. we vw , h , W -Rb e be eo J mg gijiisiif' 1- Vg., ,J Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President President Selh Siephens Jere Rood Bob Babb Blue Key if k 1 1" Left to Right, Back Row: Cliff Wagoner, Lee Piccarcl, Bob Babb, Larry Eicher, Chuck Gaul. Jerry Tanner. Row One: Seth Sfephens, Pal' Harris, Mary Ball, William Hari, Jere Roocl. F. 1 , Page I4I 4'-9 ,..w-an 6 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Bernita Dahl Ardath Ayars Marilyn Mohr Mary Camblin Delta Qmn-Grimm This group of busy young ladies always seems to have some- thing doing in the music line. Delta Omicron. whose pur- pose is to create fel- lowship, develop char- acter, and encourage appreciation of good music. has been active at CSC since 1932. Their talents range all the way from ian to Bach. l Page I42 gt'-. -.4 Lett to Right, Baclr Row: Ellie Linn, Sally Barton, Martha Fred- ling, Mary K. Swan, Barbara Eberlwarclt, Joyce Ferrin, Dorothy Patterson, Mrs. Glen Turner, Sponsor. Row One: Guyla Cottey, Sandra Bateman, Farleen Zeger, Lorraine Baumgartner, Char- lene Riordon, Carol Saum, Gay Lanlrenau, Gretchen Brod. 3 1 I l ,L-J Promoting interest in the finer things of life. as well as in the teaching profession is the main purpose of the honorary art society on the CSC campus. Activities in- clude investigation into various fields of art, and to make their year complete they have a big mountain party and a banquet. fi f '23 ' -1:17 xx i -v, ,.-v .-6 f..,'i U. , Q y , ,., 'av' 3' it ?'2!""z?',g5h- WEN 5 'fi E r sy-'?, 2 ,. . 0 .V 'I 7 , .J-IH., 5 ,J , , ,Q 4-1243 e... .--,-nf. -f s---.1-1 . " .- . .,. .eg , .-.-yy.,4,,,.:u. -2 '-3-5f5f'f?c?i'f in +r4'f3+f'.'i "xiii . x R. ' eff.:-e,:: -.,..v... .v I "1 " 'Cs-f 'V' ii Ts! "-' Q ,- aww Tig ' . 'Via ' ' lv' Muzi: f" 5' ' ' -' gg sift , vs Km Treasurer Secretory Vigepresideng pmsgdeny Angela Allen Julie Filter Davgd Mayo Maw Ann Tankgng Delta Phi Delta i 5, llg TA, .I Left to Right, Bacl: Row: Ted Rogers, William Hart, Harvey Andersen, Don Fox, Orris Wiclcham, Russell Eacker, Marga Lee Lamb. Row Two: Roberl' G. Anderson, Gwendolyn Enh, Sharon Warren, Barbara Ware, Carl Goodwin, Tom Korin, David Mayo. Row One: Dave Olson, Sponsor: Bonnie Smith, Elaine Crawley, Angela Allen, Julie Filter, Mary Ann Tanlring, Kenneth W. Johnson. Page I43 P9 mf Y , F-: presidenp Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Judy Strong Sally Barton Marty Dryden Lois Balko , . za 1. Gold Key Q s v "X :x 5:1 4? X 1 2 X ? Page I44 9 4' . Gold Key is a peti- tioning group of the national women's hon- orary, Mortar Board. Eligible iunior women are tapped in the spring with member- ship based on scholas- tic achievement. par- ticipation in activities. and a well-rounded personality. Gold Key was co-chairman of the Mid-year Confer- ence and Homecoming with Blue Key. Lefl' to Riglni, Back Row: Sally Barion, Mary K. Swan, Marty Dryden, Alice Heinlz. Row One: Lois Ballto, Mrs. Allen Elliot. Mrs. Neal Cross, Marilyn Mohr. Fx Best known for spon- soring the annual IK Camival. this group of sophomore and iunior men is very active on campus. To be chosen for this frotemity one must be outstanding in scholar- ship. character, per- sonalify. and ability. "A helpful hand where needed" best describes this willing bunch. They always appear abundantly at athletic events and school programs. , so Q , - W- is f'-:W ' V-: I X if is X, , N. ,ls-fs, l Y -i Q 3, X- r ,. L, K 1 . , Q ,fx 5 , ,g fall ,E if M T, Rx . lf 1 11' W , . 'G 1 .,f ,. 1 R - . , I ,fe sf in 1 'N ef' V A , 1 ' e , T"e"5""e' ' 5e9'e""Y Vice-President President F'0Yd zambon' Don Andresen Sieve Farnham Ken McGranahan Intercollegiate Knights 1, e , F. x 8 t R 461 FQ x , 'W R if O kv 4 ri , , Left to Right, Baci Row: Richard Newton, Arthur Lori, Don Andresen, Ray Kent. Rich Shaw, Tom Wood, Ron Newton, George Sanderson, Sponsor. Row Two: Larry Eicher, Cliff Hodge, Jerry Petersen, Pal Harris, Clint Summerfield, Denny Wallrup. Row One: Jerry Johnson, Don Kelly, Terry Cyprian, Jerry Amsberry, Larry Olsen, Reggie Bail, Leo Sunada, Floyd Zamboni. Page P"e5lde"' Vice-President Secretary Tl-egg Doug Burger Jerry Mc Page I46 SGT' --sf Mx . F D , llfer Kenzie Sally Barton Ed Robfan Kappa Delta Pi These are the upper crust from these hal- lowed halls - the upper-fifth crust scho- Iastically. The rocket- ing standing of the members of C. S. C.'s Theta Chapter does iustice to these beast- of-burden brains. These leaders in the educa- tion realm are mem- bers of one of the first honorary societies established an cam- pus, and represent academic achievement a la king. E 1,4 ar I, . N' l .., J 1 i I xp iv X Lett to Right, Baclr Row: Dr. Kenneth F. Perry, Jerry McKenzie, Eel Robran, Doug Burger, Robert H. Shernich. Row One: Lois Ballro, Mary K. Swan, Sally Barton. My M u:1imi.rw.4:rai4.a.Iira1tn.Ji uuumiu.1.llMLtil.ll i ...I WMM Treasurer l Secretary Vice-President P"e5ldef" Tony Cribelli Jay Christensen Glenn Shull Mel Sm'll" After learning the makings of a tram- bone splint for ankles twisted in gopher holes in the line of duty, these men marched. Prancing their stuff, they strutted through serv- ice, sleet, selections. snow, and shoes. Mas- o teting their musical jp marvels, these smart- steppers included bandsmen of a pitch high enough to slide the tallest trombone. All cymbals aside, these music makers made mileage and merits at many school maneuvers. fx ' '1 ,a M. .5 F 3 5 Left to Right, Back Row: Norman Beyer, Bob Thibideau, Don Boley, Charles Harrington, Jay Christensen. Lyle Gillison, Stan Rundall. Row One: Fred Tiller, Glenn Shull, Bob Marsh, Frank Stark, Dennis Smith, Jess Gerarcli, George Clark, Cleophus Steele. Page I47 K... ff' 7 S 'f f President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Stan RaSI'f1USS9'l John Wilson Carole Paulsen Jim Kaus Lambda Sigma Tau Those with a mind to- ward scientific things are usually fo u n d in this h on orary. "The advancement ofthe sciences" is their main purpose. and they can be found listening to speeches. watching movies, or working out problems for the furtherance o f t h ei r organization. Page l48 ,S a 5 af 3' X Left to Right, Bach Row: Maynard Stamper, Sponsor: Fred Worthy, Floyd Zamboni, Harold Martin, Keith Berry, Valdon Cameron, Forest Fisch, Sponsor: Joe Wharton, Willard Reese, Steve Englert. Row Two: Jim Kaus, Larry Blevins, Carole Paul- sen, Diana Hoff, Dorothy Fletcher. Jan Tracy, Pat Harris, Les Kobayashi, Ron Bellamy. Row One: H. F. Glidden, John R. Mickey, Michael Paradisanos, JoAnn Frichtl, Charlene Smith, Rita Rose, Robert Towers, Lon J. Green, Roy Hirose. ,sw . . f,.mm.,r..s.-1.....-.....-....l.........f.....fa,..i, Orchesis specializes in the trimmest, Iithest gang on campus. Each spring they present a modern dance concert and most always have the audience in pain with all their gyru- tions. Meetings are devoted to bending, stretching. flexing . . . Breaking!!!!! Treasurer Karen Finlayson Umchesnis gf' nr. A.. ., Secretary President Barbara Masters Ellen Sandlin Ea 11 N7 Q 3-kv Left to Right, Baclr Row: Miss Montera, Sponsor: Ella Vieira, Diane Micheles, Mariorie Lorenz, Charlene O'Dell, Charlotte Martin, Mary Lou Tobias, Darlene Williams, Barbara Master. Row Two: Frank Sandberg, Barbara Chase, Sally Ayers, Linetta Brandebery, Barbara Jean Ogden, Walter Davies. Viola G. John- son, John Broadhurst. Row One: Fay Shott, Karen Jager, Bar- bara Lindgren, Lila Whiting, Norma Meyers, Perfidia Alvarado, Phyllis Constant, Bonnie Schanlr, Karen Finlayson. Page I49 .1 it Z , Q- ' .S---" ' - tl sri' ef' 1::: ':, V Mm, Q D- A ' 'Q' 5 "1 V' i t is . swwgzv raw. . X Q56 4-'S w SEQ. 'T 5 -Q-.ul President 'SX Vice President S - ecretary Treasurer W. I I . P . . . Page l50 :nam opeloy Phi D Medrlc Lander Rodney Borslad Dr. G. D. Morrison ellxtal, Kappa For those with plenty of gray matter up- stairs, Phi Delta Kappa was organized on this campus by Dr. Earle Ruqg. Members are devoted to the principles of research. leadership. and science. CT i Left lo Righl, Baci: Row: Jolwn B. Fulbriglwl Rodney M Bar sled, liill W. Flennilren, Gaylord D. Morrison, Henr N.. B +- y ur , Fredernclr D. Kagy, Arnold D. Hayes. Row Orie' William Pope M d ioy. e ric Linder, Roy Hirose, Pal Colgate, llilri Mori, Mike Kanelco. g. warner-m nrn.nn-.mwznwunm-n uw Call it verbosity or the gift of gab-these folks have it. Members of this honorary must disp I o y outstanding qualities in the field of speech. Through the years this group has talked themselves into many a high rating at various de- bate and speech tour- naments. P33 ., T fr :N Je - s- i I Secretory Vice-President President Karen Hadley Eldon Baker Cliff Wagoner Pi Kappa Delmar 5 E r I 3 Left io Righf, Baci: Row: John Gilbert, Eldon Baller, Cliff Wa goner, D01 Faules, Ray DeBoer. Row One: Mary Christie, Karen Hadley, Barbara Negemir, Francis Cucllow. Page ISI President Vice-President Charles Harringlon Curl Sprenger Jay Chrislensen Phi Mu Alpha A busy bunch of fel- lows - these music makers. They provide ushers for the Greeley Community Concert series each year, fur- nish transportation to Denver for outstand- ing concerts. and sponsor one or more recitals each year. A common love and understanding of music is the basic re- quirement of this group. Page I52 CFR Leif lo Right, Baci: Row: Cecil Tapey, Gale Schaverman, Lyle Gillison, Jay Chrislensen, Sian Rundall, Mel Smiflw, Curl Sprenger. Row One: Tony Cribelli, Glenn Shull, Frank Slarlr, Dale Dylrins, Dennis Smilh, Fred Tiller. ww - w--xwmw: The obiectives of Pi Omega Pi are to en- courage. promote, ex- tend, and create in- terest and scholarship in business education and teaching. During their 31 years on the CSC campus they have done much to promote a feeling of fellowship among bus- iness educatian stu- dents. il, Q v .cb yr!! i V , ., Tvaxflig 5 AQ' . '- an I r Q ' 9 . .. en Treasurer Secretary Vige.P.-esidem Jan Glidden Vonefia Chandler grace Spyksf,-a Pi Umega, 47 1 Lefl fo Right, Baclr Row: Doren Younf, Diane Hannigan, Lee Fellers, Jay Christensen, Richard Harms, Dale Braflen, Roland Walerman, Row Two: Joyce Morgan, Karen Lochner, Carolyn Cooper, Judy Johnson, Arlene Schlagel, Grace Spylcsira, Fern Kelso, Helen Corbefl. Row One: Courlney Peferson, Bernice Boccaccio, Eleanor Edwards, Jeanette Weimer, Pal Pisciolfo, Jan Glidden. 'VL Q9 President Madeline Gipe Page l53 , ff--F M'-0 i I 1. 9 President yiceql.-egident Secretary Treasurer Ed'+h McDowell Vonella Chandler Martha Fredling Jane, Monroe I 1 Page I54 Pi Lambda Thema This mysterious honor- ary is composed of iunior and senior women devoted to the field of education. Teas. breakfasts. and the choosing of ten outstanding freshmen and sophomore wom- en to lead the senior ceremonial rounded out a very busy year for these girls. C2 lslfl l i 1 f 1 ig Lefl lo Right, Baci: Row: E. Jane Williamson, Alice Heinfz, Helen Corbell, Mary K. Swan, Sally Barton, Mary Chrislie Row Two: Lorraine Baumgarlner, Shirley Johnson, Joan Mal- lhews, Jean Goddard, Martha Henshaw. Row One: Kaly Mor- gaw, Lois Ballro, Elaine Crawley, Marilyn Mohr, Wilma Thomp- SCH. - 4 V .4-I an .-..ff..- .:.-.r.:.nmmx.nv:.z1ii::r1r.v.um:::.mfs1--'--'---V ---f -ani?-Z:assrT: 1--. L ' - el I i e .,., x ups' :QA x 7- ' gr ,X , S, ,em S, , i f My 1: ,.,,., Wil an fe ' ' , -3 is ' 'C .- ' V v " X cz: - J' J ce Q X 3 4 V 3' s X 1 R dj 5 -V V J 4, gs., X Vice-President Treasurer Segyefqfy S6fldY OWBDS Barbara Ware These peppy S.0Pl"9' more lasses in immac- ulately white outfits executed many tasks cheerfully and effi- ciently during the year. Chosen on the basis of scholarship. service, character. and personality, these girls make any calli- pus a better place. Bi- manthly meetings service duties consta- tuted most of their activities. Glenda McKnight Spur President Niki McGlathery 4 J if-A ? W in T . A , Q X' S , Q .Q 1 ' 1" 'et' H ,S N it i 1 .oc ' , S, ag? 1, 'Z Q 1' ,sw Jr , 'A ,- ff, a f Y, t K 1 Q Q Q Q, e e no J f ,ii ' J " Vx 1 S 5.UV'r 1 i 51 I A J f 'Hi' 91 M 5 Ki' K-if I i Half 'WV Q VJ' 'I' i Lett to Right, Back Row: Margaret Armstrong, Nancy Porter, Joyce O'Neal, Diane Thaxton, Margaret Cook, Linda Meyer, Marga Lamb, Janet Ragland, Darlis Ann Miller, Grace A. White, Jean Lowe, Bea Allison, Barbara Ware, Glenda Mc- Knight, Karen Hein. Row Three: Mrs. John Beel, Sponsor: Harriett Brock, Junior Advisor, Eleanor Piter, Donna Horton, Grace Briscoe, Lida Rowden, Loretta Callahan, Dorthy Kay Alden, Sally Ayers, Gloria Cowan, Sandy Owens, Dorothy Haug, Marilyn Test. Row Fernie Baca, Fran Willard, Judy Bowe, Martha Devitt, Ruth Wilson, Linda Sample, Judy Ryan, Stephanie Mueller, Marsha Lanari, Judy Swaim. Row One: Niki McGlathery, Joell Burr, Sharon Warren, Connie Genova, Gloria Budig, Kristine Nalrano, Natalie Rothschild, Glennis Countryman, Dee Cerise, Jan May- ers, Donna Jo Cole, Mary Weingarth. Page l55 " X f Ja' President Secretary Treasurer Earleen Zeger Ann Neimar Dianne Carl' Tau Bernal, Sigma "Sorority on Parade" might describe these marching. music-malu ing maidens. But with their main purpose in mind, these gals strove to be a service group for t-he band. Brandishing brasses and waving wood- winds, they marched on to sponsor the an- nual dance and ban- quet in coniunction with Kappa Kappa Psi. These outstanding women a I so partici- pated in the musical maneuverings of the Concert and Marching Bands. blurs' - Left to Right: Baclr Row: Earleen Zeger, Jo Shively, Carol Fredling, Marfha Fredling, Barbara Ebcrhardt, Andi Ramsey, Phyllis Faussel, Row One: Mary Camblin, Anne Niemer, Calh- crine Lenzini, Carolynn Cartwright, Marilyn Coleman, Brenda geledy, Margaret Elder, Jayne Orin. Noi pictured: Ellie Stone- el. Page l56 m't 'I6 W i'f7!lf's1T, CNJYYI 165 3'lYL' lbililiH30hIlnIlli.5lKlYhla3 7HHl4tQ1tl ?111h- - -ai-- 2 1--ai.- Religious C o u n c il is composed of represen- tatives from va rio u s student religious groups at C. S. C. Working together to co-ordinate campus religious life. they an- nually sponsor the Thanksgiving a n d Easter programs, the Easter Sunrise Service. and Religious Empha- sis Week. Throughout the year the Council exchanges ideas with councils on other cam- puses, and provides speakers and movies to promote the reli- gious interest and growth of the students. X ' l Qi , qs. T - N - .T 4. . 1. 1 -1: V, 4 , ,, 'x -. W in '71"w. , 3 ., . , . rfb." bsaki 23535 4 x . " ' 5, gi ith I dx Mx W1 - . '97 ' , -.. .,' ' - , 1-' 5 0 5 Q J , 'M , - - , -r, , . - K -'v 0 f ' T - H 5 ,W 3' ' -2- .2 To s. . ' 455 w gs f4f'M. A' -1: .S??'f','f: L f P ' 1-,sm ' H- - fag. wr: ......P .- t -. 1'f"w:+'i s. Vfimm! A 5? 'My fl A kg g m ga ' " J ':- V- ' ' ' s . H N X , X V , .- 1-I, - .1 565.1 jg , J' Q "iii, .61 'H 5- President Treasurer Sec reta ry Darryl Yorke Beverly Smilh Vice President Robert Pier Relhignimuls Qauncil Doug Burger an 9 Left lo Righf, Back Row: Margaret Sieler, Shirley Nielsen, Bar- bara Prcuiff, Lydia Thornsby, Bob Foster, Marvin Dove, Rose- mary Wegher, Karen O'Brien, Dorolhy Patterson, Shirley Town- send. Row One: Julia Proftengeier, Janet Williams, Dona Jo Pier, Beverly Smiih, Mimi Beckmann, Anne Poulion, Kathy Swenson. Dorothy Proftengeier. Page I57 President Vice-President Ray fe-vm mfs, Y'-S? Q-Q 's ' A Nag V3 w y r 1. a 6 2 J t P 'A i x 3 2 lxj , '-'nl - NJ f - -In ix K , .. ' 'Y F iwifif as 4851 .I RW - N li. as fiwwgg my ik , "Lisp 'ne ff -'2' Li A Q M: S, . 'ol - -L j g , 'QQ my .will Q ", 'f.-LL 551. 'g.X? ,,,2e fi' LS' +'.va.l L Secretary McGuire Richard Wooden Betty Simmons Bethel Baptist Fellowship -331235 35.5 5525514 .N .,. ',-fr . U 3 fa ai 3' Treasurer Judith DeLong Baptist students find fun and fellowship every week at Bethel Baptist Church. The Sunday night pro- grams include movies and speakers empha- sizing Christian stu- dent problems and their solutions. Social- ly speaking, weekend retreats, parties and singspirations are pro- vided. Page I58 y r ' 1 1 Lett to Right, Baci: Row: Steve McNeal, Rich Unterselwer, Jim Witt, David Robinson, Bob Ziegler, Marvin Briclrert, Calvin McDaniel, Clason Rupp, Wayne Emerich, Gene Karison, Bob Pier, Paul Cox, Dave Cox, Gary Karlson. Row Two: Martha Fredling, Carol Choate, Barbara Schaberg, Juanita Ross, Mary Ann Loutlman, Judith DeLong, Dorothy Patterson, Betty Byron, Dona Jo Pier, Juanita Hoclr, Arlene Schlagel, Joyce Goodman, Row One: Janet Brandt, Lynne Pell, Lorraine Baumgartner, Mona Stewart, Barbara Janezich, Lora Durner, Patty Mays, Carolyn Dobbs, Joanne Ostrom, Nancy Jo Karison. s at 7 iniinnbuxvzvraa1nzmminrnnummlu-N..-.mM---m.....1-es1-2e---......aL,,,:,,,,, -.,' C? -'gr 2 .,-- V. Th ro u g h worship. social activities and the warmth and friendship of its mem- bers, Canterburians at C.S.C. are making their motto - pro cristo, "For Christ,"- a reality. For the Episcopalian students on campus. every day begins with Commun- ion and ends with Eve- ning Prayer or Com- pline at Canterbury House. This year's activities began with a kidnap party, and have included partici- pation in the Home- coming house decora- tions competition and their annual retreat ot Estes park. ....,, Treasurer Secretary Vice-President President Jerry McKenzie Nancy Williams David Farr Charles Walling Qaimiterbury Club Left lo Righf, Bach Row: Dennis Srnilh, Sian Rasmussen, John Gilberl, John Tanner, James Firestone. Doug Burger, Jefferson Davis, John Riller, Tom Bell, Doug Ozias. Row Two: Kathy Crow, Sally Uhlir, Jane Taber, Judy Hughson. Joan Klose, Dolores Barbara Barbara Schrofh, L LN, f-PS A i 3 L ,ffl V' 5 wg... Dilworlh, Jan Ragland, Todi Hannah, Beverly Brown, Jean Ogden. Row One: Audra Day, Carol John, Negomir, Margot Peterson, Elizabelh Crump, Nancy Anne Poulfon, Calhie Milchell, Karen Erickson. Page IS9 QQ l al jr ii 'V President Vice-President SBCFBNYY Larry Sears Joan Cobb Margafef Cook Page l60 'Xfll Congo Club New spiritual interests and guidance through their youth groups typifies the purpose of Co'ngo Club. Wor- ship services every Sunday evening are followed by various types of programs in- cluding speakers on religions of the world ond panel discussions. An annual square dan c e , Christmas party and retreats every quarter round out the year for Con- gregationolist students. Lefi fo Righf, Back Row: Dr. Kopliiz, Sponsor: Alan Hyslop. Tom Butherweclr, Eddy Everroad, John Lewis, Darel Hardy, Craig Bailey. Row Two: Mrs. Kopliiz, Sponsorg Arlene Franlren, Thais Goff, Carol Washburn, Amy Shiba, Deborah Crowell, Beverly McKelvie, Ann Gilberi, Joan Cobb. Row One: Jeah Milcila, JoAnn Thompson, Loree Hawlrins, Elaine Talceguchi. Lorraine Takeguchi, Annabelle Cliff, Carolyn Vermeer, Janet Bursch, Maudie Weber. -ix I -. . .-,r-1. i'r'rRF1.n ii . -mr.w.r. .T .rwn11rx:.m:mim1rmnmrn:mu-ruarmnwnmmznmi Through a program based on knowledge and service Gamma Delta, sponsored by the Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church, endeavors to develop and encourage Chris- tian faith and action among collegians. Fre- quent weekend re- treats, annual wel- come banquet and pledge breakfast help to round out the schedule for these active Lutheran stu- dents. ev, 3 445 Treqgu,-ef Secretary Vice-President President Paul Rubel' Jr. Julia Prottengeier Rosalie Kerbs Tom Crawford Gamma Delta "fe-'ai Left to Right, Back Row: Ronald Pope, Norman Stewart, Spon- sor: Darryl Yorke, Paul Rubel, Gerald Bucl-nlwolz. Row Two: Jo Ann Frazier, Dorothy Goeglein, Shirley Einspahr, Dorothy Prottengeier, Lois Tiernagel, Janice Jerebelr. Row One: Marlys Einspahr, Martha Tisthammer, Julia Prottenqeier, Polly Larreau, Rosalie Kerlos. Page l6I President Jim Witt iv . ,,1' ,Q x 4 4 , X, iimfceirvaufsiity Qhimisfiialmm Fellowship 4 1:5442 '1' 5q,.,:3f4,f ,ty hcl, N ,ia seal' ' .'Q,'q', :fp az H ' f it i 4 i 1 4 g rpfJ,,'Yx'f ' cv- C7 Gnu X X fv-..3x.1 ' :sg ,j 34 x 'fr' 3,-I-I1 L: 541'-fi Vice-President Secretary Treqgurer Richard Wooden Mona Stewart Bob FQ5+9r ' Weekly meetings as well as participation in local. national and ' international con- claves were the main functions of this inter- denominotional foun- dation. Bible studies. meditation and fellow- ship were part of their Christian development program. This world- wide fellowship of , students is one of . nearly five hundred ' chapters. ' i Q I FX 1 i Page l62 Lett to Right, Baclr Row: Pitula, Ellenor Potter, Rich Unterseher, Gerald Wolfe, Jay Christensen, Richard Stegner, David Robinson, Gary Karlson, Marvin Brickert. Row Two: Judith DeLong, Carolyn Vermeer, Clarice Franlr, Jeanne Larson, Norma Tapey, Robert Pier, Dona Jo Pier, Joyce Goodman, Nancy Jo Karlson. Row One: Margaret Coolr, Shirley Nielsen, Lorraine Baumgartner, Betty Byron, Audrey McMurray, Muriel Marston, Arlene Franken. Carol John. Dorothy McConnell, Mary Ann Louthan, John Dahm, Cecil "- 1 J 'rizwvzu eu.-1,1 x rw. fan'huvv6ww',n1nnullviB1Il' Furthering religious growth in themselves and in others is the purpose of the L.S.A.- ers. Toward this gool. there are weekly Bible study groups, Sunday evening supper meet- ings followed by voried programs. and Fall and Spring re- treats with other Lutheran Student groups in the area. Spiritual fellowship is the key work for L.S.A. , . M L. V ' ,f , 0- ' 2. . W 'A 5 -1 cz: .V 1 b L Q . y A Z l S i , , 1 - 4. J , 4 s'-m e-ff Af -- f'- ' ii 7 'T Q-V355 '72-. . Q 1 tfigfss 1- Treasurer Secretary Vice-President President LBVFY MBQHUSOH Gretchen Brod Rosalie Moore Norman Anderson Lutheran Students Association I G tx.. X N... XG Lett to Righ, Baclr Row: Renee Riesberg, Don Kurth, Wayne Johnston, Kenneth Kisselman, Richard Stolte, Larry Magnuson, Phil Peterson, Duane Daire, Sharon Berg. Row Two: Marlys Jarrett, Kathie Knaub, Yvonne Smith. Rosalie Moore, Miriam Beckmann, Margaret Sieler, Sharon Smith. Row One: Janet Reichel, Carol Blocker, Gretchen Brod, Joyce Jacoby, Ramona Streeb, Vonda Kehlbeclr, Betty Hettinger. 1 J Nav' Q, t Page I63 -, " 'tif 'lr 'Vx - . "' - , ' V N 'if V7"q i -e 4 if 7 I cz-,fi , -ee, j J' ' , , S' Affiliated with nie President VlC2'Pfe5ld9l1f 5eC"9N"Y Tfeasufef International Federa- Ca,-l W, Jameg Jo Shively Shirley Townsend Robert Shernick fi0ll of Nevlrlldll Clubs. Newman Club Left to Right:'Back Row: Harold Martin, Rudy Strock, Robert Motis, James E. Reuland, Gereld Wright, Wayne L. Dolen, Dave Casey, Reggie Batt, Jess Gerardi, Tim O'Leary, Dick the Roman Catholic students on campus have much to fill their time. Daily Rosary recitation during Lent and Moss on the first Friday of every month: along with many speakers and student panels at their Sunday evening meetings in- crease and enrich their knowledge of Roman Catholic doc- trine. Roluti, Loretta Callahan, Marge O'Neil, Pat Pisciotta, Edith Perea, Diane Hannigan, Katharine Shields, Barbara McDonald, Mary Romey, Marilynn Rider, Anne Niemer, Mary Lou Ap- Callahan, Bernie O'Neill, Al Rossi, Nelson Ruby, Chuck Cas- sio, Patrick Wilkinson, Darlene Verbiest, Mary Gates, John Gamet, George Skertich, Donald Massard, Agnes Dorenkamp, Eileen Perkes, Janice Urrutia, Janet Elliott, Jean Hoye, Karen O'Brian, Shirley Gasperetti, Shirley Townsend, Madeline Culia. Row Two: Diane Martin, Joyce Ebert, Nancy Lesko, Marie Page l 64 tjfffh puglise. Row One: Rosemary Wegher, Joan Iacabone, Pertidia Alvarado, Helen Hoffman, llene Hansen, Susan Megill, Pat Kolenc, Kay Franken, Ellen Pavlekovich, Alberta Lopez, Mary Domenico, Jo Shively, Anna Marie Domenico, Kathleen Cur- neen, Pat Brennan, Judy Fritz, Steve Englert. frJiT1F:i. 7, sl HH 1-""lCTliFTi'l?iI.niWh7iliTiEKITi.il ' ,.-ff ,I t -lwxwaff.-3, Ve W-1 - hawaseab, "Fun, Fellowship. and FolIowership," is the theme of students of the First Baptist Church. Promoting spiritual development and service to the church is the aim of this group. Retreats. parties. speakers, dis- cussions, special proi- ects, Bible study and prayer meetings com- plete the program for the year. R. W. F. is affiliated with the na- tional Baptist Student Movement. ,- af' 'N 'I wwf" 3. ' 48" ei Wzfxa 1 "' 5 ,P D V , 'pf Q,-GN, Ki - ,J A I V 5 H 5 XJ f S mf-ad ,F Q R P1 ' J' Q ' , ill x ' l Treasurer Secretary Pfegidem Jim Gels Beverly Smith Eunice Rurnsey Roger Williams Fellowship C3 Lefl lo Right, Baclr Row: Norman Beyer, Elaine Bennell, Linda Hays, Joann Mansfield, .lanel Williams, Eunice Rumsey, Harry Woolard. Row One: Beverly Smith, Joyce Roberls, Maxine Thompson, Viola G. Johnson, Tom Shoal. Page I65 4 l E W. President -win tv! Vice-President SGCYCNYY X , . K -si x ar-lr , s ly .- 1 ry 1 3 '-2iR'w.s '. X' ev vm - 'V '- if 4 ' . as-: 'f , "g,ig ,4:b'1 mi- 'wx .- -In F 911-1:11 f his f,,. ..o: Qiwegfiff. Treasurer Wesleyans, the Meth- Keith Berry Dorene Mullins -lean WllS0n -llm Eafheafi Wesley Foundation odist students at C.S.C., work to pro- mote Christian living and religious con- sciousness on campus. Each year is filled with activities of both religious and social n a t u re including the Wesley Choir, retreats, We s l e y Players. monthly parties, and s erv i c e proiects. Through theit many activities. the Wesley Foundation provides a home aw ay from home for Methodist students. Page I66 Lett to Right, Baclr Row: Shirley Nielsen, Mary Christie, Ken- neth L. Cooli, Jack Precht, William Nixon, Wally Watton, Rich- ard Haynes, George Greenley, Jim Richardson, James Ear- hart, Karen Kirlendoll, Ruth Warburton. Row Three: Jean Wilson, Carol Lore, Anne Ashley, Winona Brown, Joan Smith, Annette Greene, Sandra Bateman. Evelyn Bassett, Barbara Eber- nmzn hardt, Jan Monroe, Joye Lippold. Row Two: Dorene Mullins, Judy Kring, Marca Evans, Rosemary Auston, Lois Berry, Sandra Koenig, Shirley Bohlen, Kay Senty, Kathy Swenson, Shirley Krieger, Arduth Pueschel, Row One: Carol Moe, Sponsor: Carole Smith, Jean Spangler, Susan Mench, Deanna Lightsey, Kay Thomas, Lola Ann Hitzing, Darlene Conover, Ellen Poland, Carol Maryborn, Judy Prior, Edie McDowell. - .mm 2. 2 v.xN1.m1icm1Qau'fA!o1l1lm'ifvZ.wlM Besides their regular Sunday night dinner. recreation and wor- ship, these Presbyter- ions enioyed visiting other college groups. hayraclr rides and even a few trips to the mountains. Through these activities, they gained friends. high spirit and also a greater knowledge of their religion. ff z-N iff, Treasurer Secretary Vice-President Diclc Rogers Kay Stellmalrer Bob Braden l lr ' i , i - r in ' fa W' .54 X l l XJ . SMX. tr! ., -bf ' mefff "" K or 2 '. ' 1 ' if 3 iff, K' President r Dave Hunt Westminster Pnnndalfminn 5 l 5 xv' Left to Right, Back Row: Leroy Kitzman, Donna Horton, Laural Scott, Grace Briscoe, Frank Farce, Roberta Hill. Norma Siclrles. Heather Hanlon, Dave Crowder. Row Two: Bill Schneider. Helen Barnard, Sheri Tomes, Sue Werner, Carol Reed, Carol Hosea, Geraldine Tye, Eddie Everroad. Row One: Jaclr Barber, Donna Munro, Nancy Knight, Sandra Hundley, Sandra Gilles- pie, Pat Nichols, Carolyn McKnight. 17+ V Y' 'vv-, 1 Page I67 5 , X ,..s-C-f 1, - - Li' ' A as-"Ev -,. 'N lsV'L"' L .fgfzfff F ,A-v.'l " Hi- 'A 'J W""::' 4 X? - L,s if- gif' X ." we .QW ,, , L . VA 5 J 551 rf! In ,Q-, - sz - fg ' 5 '- M" tA-U34 55 - A .- if 1 f' f "' if C, if ,4y5,:n?'. J ,- A f f ' F '-5+- 'T'xf,. L,, afwmw ' 4:a1FefffE3?f - ' , 1 N53 -L+ f 5325121122-ffl g . if , f yi if-xi . k j: A -5 ,5 -' 1 , gmrf2-'wg 1. f .5 ex - fl 3' W, ' gm!" ' 325 ' ., ' ' Rf-E, fi Q 'A I , ,,....-Y--4 .Qs'1,! -M, ff".Z ,L YV , 5-,i M xx X "Jak Z 'N 9? I M E X X . 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Initiated into the ritual of the Lowly Frosh. the infants quickly learned to assume the proper thumb-to-beanie position at the call of "Button Frosh." The resounding reply "Beat Western State" was a familiar sound on campus as were large "C's" on the foreheads of "forgetful" Frosh a familiar sight. Outnumbering everyone, they managed to stay alive through a week of matriculation tests. hazing, getting settled in the dorms. and regis- tration lah, the ioys of registrationl. Some of them are still around, which speaks well for their stamina. i' w, TTI IFR TTWNWLWIWIWEWF 7 I Sophomore Ball "Stomping" among flames and on effigy of Satan. sophomores ond their guests could almost feel the heat of Hades. Everyone certainly had a "Hell of a good time" at the "HelI of a good dance" sponsored by a "Hell of o good class." Pretty Karma Dobesh reigned as queen from her throne in Satan's mouth. Queen Karma and her escori. N. The devil's own Lola, Karma Dobesl-1, reigns over the Sophomore Ball. x Many sfudenfs parficipalecl fo make this an eveni- ful evening. I-"""f1u' Nl' I 4 ,. 'iff A. ffiitv 2 1-if we H ' s X .W X l , I Mmm I'H 'lake Hard Back in the fifth. 'Wins-sw 'E??v5frge.+f, F' 5' ' gum. ":S--g....,.,-- " . cv. Y :HEK ,. .s Page l72 Hope nobody loses anything. A1UleG1r'eek Week Greeks in various colored blozers and crew hats added to the Fall scene as they gathered in multitudes during the month of October for a day of zany activities. from turtle races to a hula hoop contest. Gathering at Garden Theatre. everybody from Alpha to Omega stuffed themselves ot the bar- becue. That evening, slicked-up Greeks climaxed their week with on All-Greek Dance in the ballroom. Garters sure are gelfing larger nowadays. F is lf Sm IWCQWBF1-.lq:U'i7Ix7nuiiWiiWEY.sl.Wl'EiI Whoops! . . . Losf my panfs. iournamenf. in 7' 'X f-G 'ix ITT' Ma Lords and Ladies awaiiing flue 49 '- 'EHEI EE ll IIE ili 41 il in ' ., A. 'Q ' V L: LQ: 1 . 7' -, A 9 lx .QA " A Wiki. A Rjfmdzvui N1 4 4 ,n in X 5,51-Y . ' ....-A 4: : a I I . ,. . 15 1 M.,- Ei! I a Q '- Q ,- Ng! 2--3 - 4 gr -:. W:-'..'4aY ,rr , - ugxvw '- Q - -'H ' ,,"f+?fw-"S"3:".1.4s.u-.,.f,,:N 'ww' X ' ' , ff -- 'iffm V-,ie 1 .,,, 'MP - . ' A . - ,ff-51' 1. M' , 1. ' 3 , -f -4 A nf. - X "ze EL2'H kJ Q .?:.x2ftJ.a.5.4-ggue.: mm. 1 Q W- .--ws' , LJ .-M.'5.-F111--,w.-X.'T. Boy, if I only had a sfraighf pin right abouf now. Page I73 Page I74 ,A 'ir ,S : , eq Q- .4 l -Q-v.'..3? me lxifa 'Sa-H D: 9,36 vi Fr mg ,,f,i'w- Qs -e fx" 'C -1 5:5 Yer-fsgfm U 3-x , H'fi.,,ijiL:'1 2- 2 0 'iTf'11 'ff 2 X , .-,, . 'Ar-li ..x,5:i-" s. . . M .,' - ur .49 .g-gfiwzi. ..-:vial hae. Z ,' ,-"F, if 1:55, X . ef. ..W, . lv . 'x 1,44 - I '-.urself 1- ses! 4 :X - .fl M K , , viz. 'v if 555. ' ' 'J fo 1 , f ., ...!1'1"Ef. . i Ye - L, 1' ik: if-:"ir L '-A - , fielfs SW, T534 iff. -Elilufh. 1 ' iS' . "" 'X Chairman Bob Ba bb Homecoming Committee Homecoming Committee consisted of CSC students who worked day and night to make Homecoming one of the top school events of the year. Serving on this year's committee were John Paolino, Lois Balko. Bill Hart. Ken Kempf, Karne Roberts, Dee Lovato, Marilyn Mohr, Jerry Tonner, Cliff Wagoner, Alice Helntz, Seth Stephens. Ray McGuire, Judy Strong. Jere Road. Mary K. Swan. Frank Delell, Avis Reising, Linda Meyers, Chuck Sekera, Marty Dryden. Eleanor Early, Sally Barton, Larry Eicher, Rosalie Kerbs, Ken Plunkey, Niki McGlathery. and Ken McGran- ahan. T7 Left to Right, Back Row: Chuck Sekere, William Hart, Ken McGranahan, Cliff Wagoner, Frank DeBell. Row One: Dee Lovato, Avis Reising, Lois Balko, Niki McGiathery, Karen Roberts, J udy Strong. ' 'IW'-' ,, i T':.1,l1."T. I-..C ri 1 .ummm:u.s:ur.nn1vu.n1um.vu..u-..xv.ws.- .--.fig-.....,,,,,,,..........K ,,,, :Y , 98 Come wiz me to zee Hellzabruin From a flirtatious chorus line to a rip- snorting interpretation of an opera, this year's Hellzabruin was greatly re- ceived by an admiring audience. Ver- satile performers presented all the fun and laughter of a first class variety show. The presentation of Pat Kasper as Homecoming Queen was received with cheers from the crowd. Tonsils hurt? Casbah. Beafniks of CSC. il, l ,,, f .,, If f 4, X-X I , f , ff," , . -' f.',',,'f ' yr, ' if fffwnm ' ff, lf' ' , I, W1 fiy, WI iihfllx xi x ff! mfr ,,,' VW, -1 , ' "' ' W' lf, t , ff, I t 'fyhyfffiw 1 ff X lmllllilf uuut f ff W ,, W" 123l:i 1' Don'1 do anything, honey, to exert yourself. Page l75 Hmnmecwmimg Going along with the theme. "ChiIdren's Stories." campus houses and floats were dec- orated with favorite storybook characters. Undergrad and returning alums braved the cold for a record attendance at the game against Colorado Mines. In the evening, dance-goers danced to two different orches- tras on two dance floors. decorated accord- ing ta the theme, "Rhythm and Rhyme." Royalty gets box seats. ,iff ' I 5, 'ii Pfi- ROTC cadefs lead- ing fhe parade. tw Ki 'Y , -.rf-""' -. WI-P: t 1 fn j. e .4 ,-.gf 27.1 95' Miss Homecoming and aifendanis appear af ine foofball game. , . r gig ' .Da .P ! W- ' Q I 've 'ff i 'Jw , ef- ! mu .. X 5 tv., A: .. 'e ,fW,,f ., f AF f ,L ,. 1 17' fa' 335' r"',Sfd s 5 5 1 Y One of ihe many floafs during ihe fesfiviiies. A . f x e - 1' 4 :5 va - gt: A Q ern 3. Q Page I77 FC' vfig . I M xigr' f 'nys lei TKE's "Queen of Heads" wins second place in division. -if-It . K beaufy "Cinderella," enfered by Acacia lakes firsi place for beauiy. ll Hwmecwming W Jimnenfs LL K '- Zlvf ll if l U ,V A 1 f 4 ' k l i i y ' . ' l as l f e l ET wa a e . i i . . ,-M sl- 'H 3 i I 1' I F ,I ",.A,.f- ..:.v-ibaiszeia. ,ziiligffig avi' ., f' X Sig Kaps enler "Dumbo" +o win second place .L --4..- -4. Sigma Chili novelfy "Merry-go-round" wins firsl place. Page I7B for novelfy. F 51'TwF'i'iF'ii'S?iDJi?1Z J5F:W'I+3'iERflk!11liiMhIlm.-EFIEEIIWIET Acacia fakes sweepslalces as 'rlwey wall: off with firsf place house decoralions. Q-my a M-. F... 1,..,., 1 A I - 1 K :le-N:'T.35 , , i :PJ -J ' -" afl'T1Ql'f ,, A ara. ,1 - 'eff . 5 1 ' n f? . f- ,u w-1 Y. ,-,figs-,?f.. . K. Qw' "ZPL--fflm.-J' f. -ff' ,. I +wJ?1 ' S .. if za- 2 2 if . ,. N ,i 2' 5' .1 E- fi 1. .' J f at ,...-,-Vx 'J A uf , 5 4'. ,V I- " WMS 'lm 'Q 'vi -nasal I, S .Q if I .3 l . , - . . A h Y M J , , ,K R ,vi--,M . . .. .wi 'Q RE!-ii,-,-" ici:-'. V-.. -. . 5 '- K A, M V ., ' - w fm'-I ,Q-.M ' .. WA... ,- ig . . , . - . Q "Bambi" wins firs? place for Della Zela Sororiiy division. 'GS m , 1 -ff? F ws. Q iff' i . . ., ,. RQM ki. Q u A S l 43. 5 ii . 5 yn.. ' 'J N ai ill' ' M f x il1llIM.,4 l A 'ff' Ei , DRUM. A Sf BEAM 4 , Cross Hall and "Pe+er Pan" win firsl place in Dorm division. Page I79 I i T ii K Qarmnivaiii 4 i l Spur of the Moment, Niki MCGIBIIIBFY, and Knight of Knighis, Leo Sunada. , , Q, fd NNY- ,Y Ken McGranaI'1an emcees the IK carnivaI. In a packed ballroom of carnival goers, the fun of the annual IK fling, "Frustration" began. Darts were thrown, palms read, and refreshments imbibed. High points of the evening were the announcement of Leo Sunada as Knight of Knights: Niki MeGlath- ery as Spur of the Moment, and Doug Brown as Ugly Man. ' Page IBO Whai would Paladin II1inIc now? '-"T1'T'FT"i1N f':'I1TT Izzmvm-wi .1 m 'F . . X 4 X fax g l ig if KL!-X' 1 K - . I gf A- 1 ' Rf ix 3' Q Q A . x y . .K Puncfure fha? balloon and ease your fruslrafion. 1 ff Those lovely April showers. Annie Oakley wilh a cosmic ray gun. Page ISI ' ,- ' Jf "L"L-7-F f ' 1 - e g, --1 ,,. ' 'I .. 1- .......,,.51:,, -V - Darn! . . . There go my plates. Swim Show "Just Add Water" was the theme of this year's swim show and it was very effectively carried out. Crowds packed Gunter Hall three consecutive evenings and the students worked very hard to make it a big success. There were clever costumes. designs, settings and of course the main attraction . . . Girls. girls, girls! Lady Godiva .2 5 " rw-'Sz-515:-.- 'M-1-1'fQ------ea,.x1ij'-'-w - .,.,. jT"""" -712-s --'-"""'?g.'.. ' V " f -.-e " x "'i'K"' -- f 12 H ' ,f J-3:13-M2-Ls' Q5.,,?,.e-5 Q ..... ,, ---,.......x. . Ma.:-I 5 9 US, .1 . , A ee.. 4. --iafm Af 7 M x -Q " :gf.i1 -4- L - k .Q-J- - -S ,, V .-. , Q? 'NVD Ahh -f'!s:qg,- lu-fm., Any volunleersi for .:,'T7 'A "' I ' ' 'M' - - - ' , -. - 4 - ic.. gomg 'B+' -- ,.f,,w,A ,. u '-- f s ' . . ,A -A 'Q .- v ,, Y , ., Y A A ,H - -vig H,--. --..,,g,,,,,s Page lB2 41 Ghimisfcmais Ball Climaxing Fall Quarter was the unfor- gettable Christmas Ball. Enthusiastic collegians packed Gunter Gym to dance to the music of the popular Viscounts. Enhancing the Christmas theme of the formal dance were dec- orations of the festive holiday season. The youthful days of college. The Christmas spirit was in all forthe dance. ,,qur,- 5.4! l AA Bru-inn is a happy stop during intermission. Ps is i. -n-.a u LX " 9 we 'fits xf The Viscounts accepted many requests. S, , 9 Page I83 THE LITTLE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES presents ARMS AND THE MAN by GEORGE BERNARD SHAW under the direction of Helen Langworthy THE CAST lln order ot their first appearancel Raina - ------------ Linda Marshall Catherine - - Judith Willson Louka ---- - Suzanne Tudor Captain Blunschli - - - lloyd Norton Russian Soldier - - Douglas McKenzie Nicola - - - - - John Cubbage Major Petcoff - - George Bogusch Serguis - - - Michael Amber Understudies - - Roberta Price Sandra Priehs Joann Reser i-. , 'TSW' Raina and her chocolate soldier. What! Going out to see Captain Blunschli? "Drop that suitcase, Nicola." . Nicola does, too Pageil y 4, -E-- Assisi , W .,.mk,..,s,s , g-gh-,,.."""' Cafherine ques+ions Louka in from' of Raina. 9 V,,,,- Maier Pefcoff and his wife have an early Nicola is up io one of his fricks breakfast again. I lm1 3 x H nr. .ua-..K.....a.....-....-.,. WQL....f'I., K-M'Wf'Q' .5 Hmmm: "l've found my smoking iackeff' says Maior Pofcoff. Page IBS Poioitllwlllll CSC opened the 1958 football season in San Luis Obispo, California, to play California Poly. The team was able to fly round trip for this event. Coming back the CSC Bears had their first home game with Western State. Things really were roll- ing for this first game of the RMC. The Bears traveled to Oklahoma, New Mexico and Idaho to fulfill an eventful football season. Homecoming provided another thrilling contest as we were host to Colorado Mines. Joe Lindahl The l958 Colorado State College football squad and coaching statt: front row, left to right: Head Coach Joe Lindahlg Trainer Tony Rossi: Tommy Best l2IJ3 Richard Rangel l53lg Garry Sampson lIOl3 Pat Colgate llllg Dick Lewer l33lq Alan Kesler l82lg Dick Trimmer l73l: Tom Allen l66lg Kenii Yage l52lg Del Woeltle l62lg Wal+ Goltl l77lg Harley Sly l87lg Larry Olsen l40lg John Johnson l30lg Charles Eubanks l22lg Bruce Peck lI2lg Line Coach Bob Blasig Backfield Coach Warren lBudl Best: Student Manager Sandy Luppens. Middle row, lett to right: Alex Weinmeister, equipment custodiang Neil McDaniel l43lg Bill Green l70l3 Dick Falch l32l: Raymond Webb l83lg Walter King l85l: Ed Maxwell l84lg Stan Wilkerson l7llg Ralph Rieves l5lly Pat Sullivan l5Olg Jerry Mosley l63lg Vaughn Green l76lq Steve Farnham l86lg Dan Fugita 14271 Henry Morgan l3Il: Chuck Chandler l20lg Jerry Meek l4llg George Vosmera l60l: Assistant Coach Dan Marichg Assistant Coach Darrell Mudrag Coach of B team, Vincent Cyphers. Back row, left to right: Dick Green 17475 Dave Johnson lI2lg Bob Pinneker l67l3 Dwight Steele l77lg Larry Roberts l65l: Larry Allen l67lg Ron Bailey lI4lg Colbert Pepper l64l3 Don Schlager l8Olg Frank Enyeart l72lg Jim Allen lBllg Don Van Pelt l6ll3 Paul Weiland l23lg Ron Hoppman ll5l, and Richard Roper l75l. I A Qi. Li S w it sf X fill E 8 S1 1 11 . ln a Bind? Race you lo 'lhe corner The Colorado Slale College Foolball Coaching Sfaff-Fronf. lefl lo righlg Warren lBudl Besl, backfield coach: Joe Lindahl, head coach: Bob Blasi, line coach. Back row, left lo righl: Darrell Mudra, assislanl' coach: Dan Mirich. asslsfanl' coach: Vincenl' Cyphers, coach of B Team and Tony Rossi, head frainer. John Johnson Halfback Ron l-loppman Halfback Henry Morgan Halfback Walter Galtl Tackle Chuck Chandler Halfback Garry Sampson Quarterback Alan Kesler End 31 fe you gqfg 'vc' . ., , .. . .1 5 l -.---A ,I fl ...- ? A l K: slr-V fr, X V ling. S . 1 we Q ' l .. if 1 ,ilu Q -7 x li," f Z, ATV' vi l 5 gfsczaie ,-,:4:- Wk x- - 433122 gf X e 5 ,2 'v 4:-g fb , fig Q, 5' 2 eff, I 1 li at kwvj: 5 ll 5 7: :ly 1 Q,-4 wil 5551 W 41 -1 'J' he l W - lk A x Page I87 , 4 4 , s X fl?-X G. - -,,.. V if jg N5 T' ' f A' ' ffwf x X v'r,,, .- , ve ,,- 'T .- v I 1 -ef-f-ew --1 A W W ,, ,W A fn. ,Qt . Ji: A' . ,it f galewf, - 9,,x:':2f--' . 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A , 1 1" W A 'fl -. 2 , -,'eMf W'?1 The starting Lineup: Kesler, right end: Trimmer, right tackle, T. Allen, right guard: Yabe. center: Woelfle. left guard: Goeth, left tackle: Sly. left end. Backfield: Lewer, right hallback: Colgate, quarterback: Olsen, fullback: Johnson, left halflaack. . km 1 W. n-alumni-W-n-in.-..a-.,...-.......--...-v..-m-A.T.f , -- Mine! Who has if? L V i A -'Hr Q H 1' W' Q s HH a Snag. W,,.Aq-X ' -' 397 ,, wail: Q 'J wk- 1 ."'i3.. 'nw , ' 1 pfrii. , , QI' Wwfrl. , ' "' 1 ,. ,- X , ,Q f ,abr ! Colbert Pepper Guard Walt King End Tom Best Halfback Jerry Meek Fullbuck Dick Green Tackle Dick Fulch Hulfback Larry Olsen Hclfback 1. 0 'ax Q .Lf i ,Ji ' fyfgfg- kj 'fgrfhrq ,, 6 w, rwu ,., .gn-Q ,UG aux.: -.21-nfs 'nf an FH - 'Q' ,A A' x ' ..n.73f.ii'ff1 4113.2 W 'E ' Q .355 ew Renews 54- A- 1 xwfQ'.N- "':5-R-3,55 4 I K ,T 'K fn -Q V' 'N Q, e ,erin Qfex-f'+.. v,,: ' ' T' N1 J ""Pf-1+ vs. , . gl! -:,,gL A gu m " 'G-fifipif .Pj if '.:.: ai 5-45342 ' h 1 ., f '42 5. - 'm J. 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Stan Wilkerson Center Jerry Mosley Guard Ed Maxwell End Dick Rangel Center Vaughn Green Tackle Pat Colgate Quarterback Kenii Yabe Center V "57?' x R.. . l -.., 1 "' 5 -J 3 ' wifi' f Y All ' 4,3 -'GL' f ,NZ V4 .- .U f e " 'J' Ji, wr, Q R is -'61 ly- . r ' fi Y W Q 1 F 4 f Q-, "ff-'rg V sw , ' i gn V l ii -J- il ,xv ,... 5 X t n is x, .f A g- la 'gf m , at 3 , a ' Q ,A x . S 1 f , 7, 4'-lr ' ' A 4,- 'f' Page l9l ' -L-X g 2--f ' ii- 5 X ' Y-V : T , - - ' H WY Y ,.. Y, ,: L 1. , , -- V ,..x- -ff -"-"-'Ar s - -- -' 1 Y , 1- 1' ' -Q -gi - ,- -15.1 - ------ " f - .44 A , ' -'- J- - l! V . yi " H-- , , ,F- , 'Si I XX f V lil ac S I' M , 4 4 e ll' fi Q lf, X Xx QT N X w X X my ff f, ff 1 v 1 v , i NI Nix xx , U ' ' A N Fm X V5-, lx-it 1 s' XQA K Q pig? WH IXVIVIE R , I L ,, ' L hW RY Rh., S V-: --- e 'Q--A AQS - -V 3, x ' YN ---2 - ,ba Xi. , WN, N 1-, W - l - I - 4 + , V+- 'Q--f-+ N Q 5 11,,. QT ,fi- XXCTIIWIITII IES , 3 vm W -. Hin X . ,A If ' ,pf ,f , f 1 A 1 ,I ff, f. , , ,V I JI! X XV ! ' 3 7 , 5-B T- A- ' f:" X A R XM '-..s ,- 4122524 'W Gm. . yr . '33 sy 3 . s. l3si'q I Snyder Snowball Outdoing themselves this year, the women of Snyder presented one of the most enioyable dances of the year, "Illusions in Ice." Students danced in a ballroom transformed into an icy wonderland of stalactites and stalogmites. Highlight of this gala event was the selection of Judy Bowe to reign as queen of the evening. . gf tr gf . ' A royal cloak for royal shoulders. . i' ' ' .ls Q X 1 '. V . 4 . , V . , , I . , S9 Ii ' '- f M Q25 . . kv, -Q 1. Y a .A 4 ,, , ,X . . -. , lf X l :X I S x, g ,W . ... .X Q, . :ff 5 V x ji f W . ' 5. Q . 1, 31.1 'ETS ' fnjg- -ya -x1 ' . 2- ' fs' Q' "rx 'L " 1. :,.: .. Snyder lovelies. ' -,sf - - -55 m.m,3' w. "We could have danced all night" Page -. ,. , .,,,.,.,.,,..m,,,,,,m,,,.,,.,,,,M-Mmm-,g gg U Hi :rx I crown lhee . End of a reign . . . Beginning of anolher. Military Baillll Benealh a huge parachute of blue and while, sparkling Sally Cisney was crowned queen of the 1959 Military Ball. The long hours of drills and classes were forgotten as the ROTC'ers, handsome in their Air Force blues, walrzed their lovely ladies ro the music of Dean Bushnell in a dreamy "wild blue yonder" setting. Mmmmmm! Page f ,W g g . zw xikb M' fr ' ,..ff.-, , N F 1. . B, - , -1 - V ,Q I , , . I 'K' 'fx fx . 1 V J .F5fr,'5"--Q '752-'2'izv':f1'e'mf2'. .,,. ,A , . A ' :S . . . . I . V me swim ., 5 .Xe -N k ,- ,J:f,: Q- 1 .u- 'X S Page I96 Yu fi , ,gi ii ' 4 I we Ii SN A fg X' 'K 3 il Cupid's choice. M. -fj- Blue Key Sweetheart Ball Blue Key members served as cupids to the happy crowd at the annual Blue Key Sweet- heart Ball, appropriately held on VaIentine's Day. A hushed audience waited in suspense as Blue Key members made their rounds tapping new members and Sweetheart can- didates. Chosen to reign as Blue Key Sweet- heart was lovely Mary Camblin. '-Qs-T " V J f i A. F... .., Who, me " I W7 X. K 4,1- QW- I 'x ml .lf - " 1, Q- .f'v' , YTD Blue Key royalty. 1... ii 3 2 z S 5 l For outstanding service fo the school. H-'1Vln9 been lad +0 H49 ffofli- Ken MC' Peg-9 Jones is gapped for Blue Key. Granahan is accepted into Blue Key. l 'Nu r x fuk, Doren Yount, Mirror editor, is tapped for membership into Blue Key. Blue Key Tapping "Go forth and tap wisely." was the order as Blue Key members made their way among C-Staters at the Blue Key Sweetheart Ball tapping new members and Sweetheart candidates. lapped into membership were Ken McGrana- han, Pete Jones, Doren Yount, and Dr. Allan R. Elliot lhonorary member- shipl. Tapped as candidates for Blue Key Sweetheart were Mary Camblin, Harriet Brock, Lynn Hoyt. Betty Staver, and Pat Reynolds. These men and women were chosen on the basis of service. scholarship. and leadership. The Blue Key Sweetheart is considered the most outstanding woman of the Junior class. , f x J.. X v-- ,A I 'il N ,. fvsffxwffiizezf 1: nf ln in -o sa For his outstanding help with sfudenls, Dr. Elliot is tapped as an honorary member of Blue Key. A radiant queen an attentive king. Freshman Bell Uniqueness was the word at the annual Freshman Ball, "Ebony." Students danced in a setting of weird, black and white shields. All was hushed as the coronation ceremony began with a modern interpretive dance done to the drum beats of primitive music. To the delight of the crowd. Gene Gates and Rosemary Behn were crowned king and queen. X - 1 K- 5 l vc X5 f 4 Page I98 Enlarged lalood vessels? It looks as if everyone enioyed this evening of dancing. 2 A X. fi 5 1 i K I v I 1 I . l 4 I 1 I ...J I I llmdlcpemmdllenmts Rnegisllurautiom Everyone was lcepf busy wifh reglslralion. Cuclcow's call for all independenis reglsfer. An exfremely large group responded fo Fred 'fo Youmg Dems Assembly ,ff Randy Simmons welcomes the special Senalor Kefauver was well received during his speakers as par? of fhe Young Demo- Slay- crais yearly program. Page I99 Greek Follies Way Back When was the theme of this year's Greek Follies variety show as five sororities and four fraternities presented skits of all types. With each skit, the audience was taken back in years to remember or recall special events. This year the winning fratemity skit went to Acacia and "This Was Your Strife." The Sigma Kappas pulled first place for the second time in a row with "Gore Lore." The second-place honors were taken by Sigma Sigma Sigma and "This Was Your S1riie" sponsored by Kaufman's Kozy Kaskel' won Acacia first place in fraternity division. Tau Kappa Epsilon. K U Devils, Spirils and what have you in "Gore I . -U Page 200 "NEA-The Firsi School" of caveman days won TKE second place. Lore" won Sig Kaps first place. Remember "the good ol' days," in "Nickelodeon Holiday" won Tri Sigmas second place. E?-3,.'- -g --.3 'ff' -S.-. - fe., . X--in "B Wil wr., V . viii fy' l Lllul Thefa Xis broughi naughfy Paris back fo life. vga .Ju Sherwood foresf was alive wi+h ihe Alpha Sigs doing "Robin Hood." Del+a Zefa wifh iheir "Capfive SpirHuaI." The Theta Sigs broughi' memories back with "Nofe in Time." Sigma Chi's "Rush 'Fo fhe Rockies" siarring Mr. Mavarook. Page 20I - . T? A if Q ' v K' Tu l ri.: W After being proposed to by Mr. Hlestalcov, Marya propose now to her mother. Q -':"'1Efw 'N .. Cs .ls iii A4-kia z'-Q JP. T x N in . x NU" a M li 'Q le il . .. . ,4 V 1 .vi A f 1 ",..,5 . . y , A-we is shocked lo see him f I X x Rebise cz.: in . wt 5 5 , I "Who says the Inspector General is already in town," shouts the mayor. 35A . rs , :rw ws.,-fe,-f.s:: rs-' 'iz .Q Ei Q-524, as . , . . .Y .if 3 '4 N4 -iexmiiisiwre . J 4.51. .. , . .,,. , f fs ,g vs. .. we N ,. W f vw, t iw, Qs, X mga, f sf Y KN Y iff? 1 jf , U 381 iv - W 2 ' , 4 I 1 ggi! we ,.., ai? 'lv l v. I-R x .- 'J C . A 9852 if ' -. 4 l vi THE LITTLE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES presents THE INSPEBTUR GENERAL by NIKOLAI Goeoi. Acting Version by John Anderson Under the direction of Helen Langworthy THE CAST Artemy Fillipovitch, the Hospital Commissioner - - Luka Lukitch, the School Superintendent - - Mishka, a servant -------- - The Mayor -----4 Lyapkin-Tyapkin, the Judge - Shepkin, the Postmaster - - Bobchinsky, a landowner - Dobchinsky, another landowner - A Constable ----4- Police Chief - - - - Anna, the Mayor's Wife - - Marya, the Mayor's Daughter A - Osip, Hlestakov's servant - A Waiter ------- lvan Alexandrovitch Hlestakov - - The Sergeant's Wife - - - - - - - James Edmondson Douglas McKenzie - Sandra Priehs Kenneth Plonkey - Michael Amber - George Bogusch - James Navy - Robert Moran - - Jack Herbst Larry L. Aspegren - Sharyl Tomes - Colleen Estes - - Ross Travis - Ronald Tanner Carlyle Simmons - Marie Murfin Merchants --------- Rudolph Ramirez, J. D. Brattin Constables, Officials' Wives, and Others ----- George Bray Bernie O'Neill. Chervl Ranum. Patricia Tisdel X 5 y 5,A,,: t,,e vs., The sergeant's wife, brought to Mr. Hlestaltov. is the mavor. reporting on page 202 M.r. Hl-estalxov is more than welcome to have Anna come to Saint Petersburg with him and Marya. s T' Everyone is irying fo Buy off fhe suspecled inspecior general. -1 n Wimter Play The mayor asks Mr. Hlesiakov fo s+ay ai Cv his home. , R, c n Y of-' ' , 39'P?'XQ . .AM QE 5 I . N wi.-we 1 I ' ' Www -1. - o o a ,- of 'N lhe mayor isn'+ foo happy af the announcement of Ivan Alexandrovich Hles+akov marrvinq his dauqhier. Ea , V rg, ' .FQ The real "Inspector General" makes his appearance. Page 203 ifffs Ci G L ' ' 'l .f . . Q 'K Q , -. -il' ii" ' ' f 'sl A' ' f :Nw 4l . , . fe X V Aug Q Q it X Mft - "-FF?--fig' s. 1 if IH! Ax lk 'kL-x J l- V ,- f L 'ly H' ' ' l sk , if 'D I 5 ,+L gf fs 1 xy ., 1, . - 3 l K' lp . - , g l of ' 4 l 0 ' X 7 xl Q , U' , 1 v I 4 lk ,'l "yi I x l 1 , ,, , 'L ,' 1 1 no ' 'i V " i . iafl. lrlxvi - 7 ' N A' L K I ' ,, 1 it-JK lxaw 5 , X A k k g 7 A ,rl I 'Nw ,X VI I h .4 X. s. I K - Y, ,f -- W- 'W ' Vl"k'T,iT,'IT3' 4'f':ij3Q:f5i - f, ",' j . ,I-.V-5:3535 :, - '- . Back Row, left lo right: Coach John Hancock, Frank Jordan, Len Brown, Julius Garcia, Larry Sandberg, Walt Go'l'l, Ryburn Sago, Leonard Lardino, Dick Trimmer, Vaughn Green. Middle Row, left 'lo right: Max Mitchell, Tom Anderson, Carl Goodwin, Gary Wilson, Charlie Douglas. Don Larson, Robert Hayes, Wayne Humphrey, Jim Harden, Ray McGuire. Front Row, left to righ'l': Frank Anayler, Karl Deak, Tom Wills, Carl Haverman, Lanny Bryant, Mall Vuxinii, Jim Sanford, Don Huff, Everett Gomer, Dwane Huff. 3 , , p y J Q, be N U W resfillnimg 'Eli is I 145 gi- 5511- 4:9 L vi 1 ' V fi -Rf-A Q gr 3'-'.,. Coach John Hancock's gropplers have mfr' 'A I 1, . ,y . fi ,ggi 133' "" Yi displayed an excellent showing this V" "'v f l J' ' , ' V Q up 5-I:,, l A 9, year. As yet the conference champion- ' 5 A V f" 'J V' ' ,525 ship has not been decided but the ' :V A, A N : ' W 1 . ' W, C-State matmen are out to keep the -. Q- Z, I X ' Conference Championship in their . ,.,' , 3' fy 5' 175 - A ,.y- A possession. , , N s l 5 ' I5':'3'-5 ' X -. f ., ,,.- ' t ,, i I. EN fl 'ga U? f,i.,':' . - -T 'lb 'Lv .,.1 :alll-,Tig N. .,.., W - A .I Vx , .K ' N- y . . . B L , V., . gf, A: .. I , vang ss, -,. -- " -- The fans look on. Tango, Rumba or Wall-1. Come cn'a my house. age 204 Artificial Respiration. The reach. ii Copy cafs. If looks could kill. Serious lrouble. Square Dance Class. Whafs everyone loo king af? He won'f bend fha? way. Wl1o's holding who? Tha+'s 'that Page 205 Gymnastics Back Row, lefi to righl: Coach Rossi, Dave Passarelli, Jim Bybeo, Grady Mallhows, Ron Howard, Glen Vaughn. Fred Bradley, Bill Thompson. Fronl Row, left lo right: Ron Slroh, Richard Lsbsaclr, Gary Larson. Lou Beretta, Richard Shine, Mike Larson. A Page 206 551 ,sf 55 The Colorado State College gymnas- tics team was in true form again this year. Coach Tony Rossi has lead the C-Staters through a very commend- able season. As the season nears its close. they should be complimented on a very fine season. f To lhe Nalionals we will go. Who moved lho mol? Coach Tony Rossi l'm going fo sneeze. Looks simple, unfil you hy if. Yogi Exercise. .Head over heels in love. O Lgfnfing or fe king This is serious stuff. P599 1 Page 208 I ,' S , ,Q .,,., Back Row, left to right: Don Reid, Don Andrews, Jim Hasty, Dick Sass, Ed Wiegand, Don Mucha, Ernest Brown, Ron Brown, Bud Bssf icoachl. Front Row, left lo right: Bill Friclc idiving coachl, Clint Summerfield, Paul Barnes, Curt Vandonbos, Art Wolverton, Owen Nitin Reggie Batt, John Benton, Bill Koplar. -our, K S. Coach Bud Best Swimming Coach Bud Best, who mdde his debut as head swimming coach at Colorado State College this season, turned up with another CSC championship bunch of fine men. The Bears won the Rocky Mountain conference championship meet by de- feating Colorado Mines, 109-45. They lost only three meets during the year being beaten by Wyoming University. 53-33, by Denver University. 52-34 and by the U. S. Air Force Academy, 59-27. The Bears opened their season by finishing fourth in the Wyoming relays at Laramie. The seasan's victories for the Bears were: CSC Colo. University 42 CSC Colo. St. University CSC Fort Hays 29 CSC Kansas State 42 CSC Cola. Mines 27 X. J Il' I V ' lYS-'fwfr-lrufllnlsei ffmx 'ET' .' K A - M...--x i ' , Back row: Owen Niffa, Bill Koplar. Fronf row: Clinl Summerfield, Ron Brown, Don Reid. ,Y s ,vw- T "-3? Nil' ,. ly 1 V ,Yi 'J 4 Gargle good now! CSC Swimming Relay Team, le'H fo riglif: Don Reid, Ed Weigand, Dick Sass, Jim Hasiy. 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T elsif 4 W ifi' xf ?fg153:3+awl +231 f ' wi' 'fszv ' .Wai H xi m A ' Q zhmg . - , 4.1, -.1 . f X .Lust-, 4 A -L 2: M 1 . iTi?i9i?ii i- . , tv?--' Et?-F3iii3g"ili9YU -' -. ff? Q?'f'7?'?F'i1gf2f'ff'N " 'igh f' in A gasps-.mimi-. f ll doesn'l take much to sure be amused Hays Pnicmnic The sun was out and the atmosphere was gay as one of the last activities of the year followed Insignia Day. Among the antics for those attending the festivities. were pie eating, egg throwing. other games of chance. and the traditional Hays Picnic after which everyone was tired but happy. New, l've heard that! The Tower of Babel Page 2I7 Page 2l3 ,g umim' Prem The Junior Class held their annual spring prom May 3. Frankie Masters' band provided music for the evening. The theme was carried out as Wisteria Gardens, a Japanese tea garden. For the first time in many years the gym was decorated with a false ceiling of pink and white streamers. A large wisteria tree was standing in the cen- ter of the room before the queen was crowned during intermission. Seth Stevens, president, crowned Jeannie Coleman queen. She was attended by Betty Schimpf, Lois Puzon. Pat Krey, Marilyn Mohr, ond Bobbie Burns. X Queen Jeannie Coleman is congratulated by Seth Stevens. This dance is one of the high lights ot Spring Quarter. ...,,,,-' if -- , -nf-.W-V. Y ,mznnsm Serene Lei Queen, Dale Miura, watches ihe lesfivi- fies performed in her honor Lei Dance Leis, orchids, and the balmy atmosphere of the Hawaiian Islands were brought to the C.S.C. campus in the form of the exotic Lei Dance. Chosen to be queen of this night of nights was Dale Miura. Sponsored an- nually in the spring by the Hawaiian Club. it is the last maior dance of the year. 1' ,ef 1 33' af' an .., - ef I 'V f .fer-Q Lis Shown in attendance io their queen, are the lovely princesses Graceful Hawaiians are shown performing one of fheir unique dances Page 2l9 , f ,,. 'W ...f , .Y 1 ,, t 'S 'QKv'JQT.-es r I. - 5.,,M X Iii! S ,mi..i.1.svle,4.'a,.,-..., It is hard ta say, "farewell" THE TEAHUUSE UF THE AUGUST MUUN Welby Wolfe, Technical Director THE CAST OF CHARACTERS Sakini ---- Sergeant Gregovich - - - Col. Wainright Purdy lll - Captain Fisby ---+ Old Woman - - - Old Woman's Daughter - - Lloyd Norton - Larry Aspegren - - Arthur Fuller - James Edmondson Marjorie Skagerberg - Elsie Shimabukum i 4 Children ---- Diane Dudley, Nicolas Walsh' Lady Astar' - - .....- Billie Gee: Ancient Man - - - Jahn Cubbagei Mr, Hokoido - - Ray McGuirei Mr. Seiko - A - John Toniallif Mr, Oghira - - - Kenneth Plonkey . Mr. Sumata - - - Gael Burr. Mr. Ornura - - - Jahn Cubbage, Miss Higa Jiga - - Catherine Morgan: A- Mr. Keora - - - - Jerry Holmes il f' Lotus Blossom - - Kaye Ichiriu' Captain McLean ------ ----- J an-ies Hill v Ladies League for Democratic Action - - - - - Jean Andrews, Carolyn Lee, -4 f.-' Yvonne Arakaki, Sandra Seto 3'-, Attendants ---- Marie Murfin, Lois Lawrence, Mary Ann Petralia, Marilyn White - Geisha Girls - - Jane Nagamine, Elsie Shirnabukuro, Marianne Pettit, Shirley l-lamamura V TA "M 'A' "T'T"T" N T ' M if-E Us Capt, Fisby trying to communicate with the people of Tobiki :- Page 220 "The Teahouse of the August Moon" ho- I, vi i l l 1,113 I ,f s-...NMS . QQ 0 M ff , Lovus Blossum and The Geisha Girls Sakini brings Lofus Blossum Oo ihe Capf. Y 'J , ' 9 , ei! ,- 'wrJim'?gf-f- ff 34- Q sHxFiER J f - fs s s 5 , 4 W i ' , i gms: 'V vflail- s s .--A H Q 0 L . fffds - 1 , ' , V f - ,l Au ml'!rw5vlV1,, ' ,, ' : 'N' ' 1 5 -V 1 is 4 .T- ss.-+ iQ X. Col Purdy's privave secretary ' 1 ff' ,. "She go see her father foo," says Sakmi avi' ' -"fT""'J 1 V. V x SQ Page 22I QL. ,, gt . S - N Q if f a-, I V-3 . 4 kk 5 ii. Q .sz S Anne McCieery is shown receiving her H2509 VHDL'-'ed bY P-if KSSPGV. is Befnifi wings and congratulations from Ruth Jones Waddell at her sororltv house Page 222 Angell Flight At surprise tapping ceremonies, new mem- bers were presented with blue paper wings and a rolled-up copy of Angel FIight's con- stitution. Their paper wings denote the reol wings they receive at initiation. These girls ore also honored ot o dinner by the Arnold Air Force who were also their escorts. bk.-2' -' 'R if 'e 1 rfisy 1 .si if its YN-.haf 'jf N - ..-.,, " Happy Sue Wiggins is notified of her acceptance in the unique tapping ceremonv executed by Carolyn Cooper V9 Escorts Wray Calahan and Arnold Mabile are shown with a glowing Deanna Reernan ,qs j, gr 3 g N, M e e Ah' . :','f.I3"1 'S' -nwwamsmsnw:-sv.e.w.I cn ' e 5 "Have you ever seen Il,36Z buttons in one picture before?" R0O'T'Q Handsomely clad in Air Force blues, Fresh- men and Sophomore men study the tech- niques of barking orders, plail- and fancy marching, and other primary requirements of this service. Reserve Officers Training Corps qualifies men for a two-year advanced pro- gram which ends with a commission upon graduation. ROTC members assist Amold Air Society in getting ready for the Military Ball. !A Ai s. 'ff gig it fp- i,g.f,,2??2 Q, - fi kiw- fu,a,.gp41v gg wr, - fir, -'-W 1:--Jiffi .ze .P 7 f Tf1:..,l..ff . t'5"'-'T gi.Q"?f-f', Air ,z .- f' L, I',.q-,..,,pa.n- fvs YW 5 , ,Y .. 1 , J 5 I A fe: 4473-1 ' Q :NX 1' ""' i . 1 . 4-"T -if . .,, , 1 '7 R fr- -4 Y ty Q -. ,Q 3 1 V X 7 1 3 5' - ' - ' A: '? . sq J. - - L - Y X us! .1 .f, gn K 4- vs' 1 fn F. ' " , A 3 5 11?-my in - f . I v V 'li .it f - if 4 -, H 'ff ' tw sr f ' x Y 'X dj ,a 9 1 air-: 'Q ' 95", ii ' ' -f if Qi., X, - -.. 4, my v xc +L S ,gg 5 J Q B A -2, - A! '- vu ,K-str' '- A -5. Q - V m H N.. "Oh no! Not another strike" T'-mu' fi" P--EK if Nj, Dick Brown-outstanding AFROTC cadet" Page 223 :nw 'NL 1. -. ,N 3 . ,W ' A 1 1 ft ff'5rH"H-1 ici gf-,"i The winning Fraternity, TKE yy yy Song Peel Second place winners-Sig Eps , t .,,. Lg, f Sigma Kappa's rendition of "Dear Hearts and , Q- Gentle People." and Tau Kappa EpsiIon's t - .. arrangement of "Give Me Your Tired. Your 4 Q. Poor." proved the excellence of their musical A H- I, M C. talents by capping first places. In this soror- I , , ity and fraternity exhibition. Sig Eps and ' ' . Alpha Sigs placed second. M Q 9 92 . X 5, isf' is-ii as Q 5 ni Y X gs: K X 'E Q f ' 1' , LAY ff' Q L: V 5 I " 1 Q If c S ' v , ef, '. A ' 'B' ef ' i f X Y - Q' fix" UK gh? 'Ah I Q , J 'E fig xxx N i t I K Yi l X Il! ' X rf' , gi LJ L ifxm f 5 i A representative group oi Sig Kaps with their winning trophy Page 224 U A Alpha Sigs fake second place s,..m,w . me rw" ,f.-- fy-fvwvmr, - t vm-1 at 1:-vvf-vrnw-.---.W-.f-.......-..............,....--.,.....Y, H N.. ii .f vi R . s , X , X' i Barbara Burns, Miss Cache La Poudre is presented with the lirst H58 annual, product of editor Judy Strong .' .gl Outgoing Jerry Tanner is commended by Dr, Ross for his fine work as Student Body President, ln the background incoming Cliff Wagner holds the gavel of his new ollice Insignia Daly Insignia Day recognizes C.S.C.'s most out- standing students. After an impressive pro- cession of seniors. preceded by the faculty in their colorful hoods, the crowd applauded the presentation of awards. Gold Key awards, inauguration of our new Student Body President, and the presentation of the first annual to Miss Cache La Poudre were highlights of an exciting day. eakers commence Insignia Day, one of At lhe flowered podium, sp ' I the big events during Sprung Quarter Page 225 Dr, Ross congratulates with a handshake, one of the many proud seniors who have iust received their diplomas Graduation Toward the end of Spring Quarter, the Seniors con be recognized by their dazed "l con't believe we're through" look. On the Big Day, clad in flat cops and black gowns. they march up a brief flight of steps for the diploma which symbolizes four long years of cromming for exams. shooting the breeze in Bru, Beorslides, football games. and stand- ing in line for registration. Receiving his commission and graduating, this new officer notes a big moment in his life , 1 1. V ,. ,X ,,.:y , 3. LA., ,r4'- 9 Page 226 44- ...- - .- - v,.+,,,4+ 'L , 'J - ' S .U 1 .ss .:,...,. . 1,-, ,.u..v,,,. 3 Y .,.-' 'W'-J' A traditional scene, seniors march through our lovely campus together for the last time 1- . t ,,t,. .t .. J. .1-... 4 .mnmi Aix: ,i , 1 xiii W 1 'ii P+ "Xe Coach: John W, Hancock Track The Colorado State College Track Team had a good year in 1958. Coach Hancock lead his cindermen to a second place berth in the Rocky Mountain Conference Track Meet. Idaho State won the RMC meet but the CSC Mile Reloy team ruined their spoils by nosing them out in the Mile Relay. Time for the winning Colorado State Team was 3:26.6. A e .- -j T "On second A thoughl . , K ,, 4 'vw 1 " ' 4- ? X, . A '44 I fl 5 7.1 f '91 1 , ll X , , ' 1 .- ,el l I I 1 1 , ff 'QR 3 I U , l li lll "Banzai" av f S Colorado Slate Bears Mile Relay Team. Leif to right, Al McWilliams, Wes Cook, Ollie Bell, and A Jim Cox. Presenting the traveling trophy for winning the mile relay at lhe RMC conference c meet is Dale Tetman in behalf of ihe Greeley Junior Chamber ol Commerce C 4. E. , I A 1 iq -K q I , ,V F. - E q - ' 5 'h l" ' X ,gg x Q ,eq ff , i,,.. ,,,o- f1 ,, K t . i ly - . F . . 5 .1 1 1 A 4' Q' 4, I -' V will .FM i V . ,. " Y . . 9- H If -c Q sg l' -V 'X GZ N' V 1, H-Q fl, ' " i - f Q 9.5 l NN f - W Qi 1 C Se C 5 X i f i xifn crux? " 7 ii'f-fsLvQ"'f?'11 '4"'Q"'i' i "4--' .JN 'L 1 -' . ef- .1 ' ' .. is-'4'L',, -fwifizixffdv 5?a'5:?-' .-iq... ci . ,-,vel 1... 4:9 f- . VA, P-ff .- - f ' .affix-'sa-5-:safe 'N . .-51-S1 'J , N -EJ - f- If 1' 1-.Lv "-1'f ' .f 5 c l l f X ,ff-je T' , 'C " F '2- Mx ' . Q 'rn i f . 4' ' , if 3, it A 5 A l i A'-N' ii' Beep, beep Page 227 7'-3' Page 228 0 wnmxlw Tennis The Colorado State College Tennis Team celebrated the 1958 season by winning the Rocky Mountain Conference Championship. Coach OppeIt's netmen had a dual meet season record of seven wins and three losses. thus closing the season with one of the finest records in many seasons. UD' Q4-5 -'A G 1 The I95B Tennis Team ww' Q-use-W 1 .ff 54. ga - 1.1 .. ,.,,,,. Coach: Ted Oppell -Qii li - in v,..w..- Try Tums Thafs a bird! i D 1 hex caged Walfz of 'he Flowers on' worry, 4'- Such form! Lf- 'fllfilir' " 'ww W--L ..---325'-" .QQ-' -- -"""' Page 229 .. 5 1 lc - " ' ' r. :-- ., , - .. f-u S Q, 9 -, I :Q-fc Cr J .1 5' Q .., - . - - 1- - by . fb' . , xv, 1 K l 's i A' 3, .. ,J 'mcvlllllfll A El T ff - A f .Lil 4- 2455,-LV! 453' "7 4 ,il L ..-lf - , ldlI,w-gg. -Iii' Q ' r I '1 ' Y . ' , , ,, . 4 . 'EAA72 Ye AH! QJW - X gf - 'E ' - ,l 1 l g rg Y. Ali c 'rl 1 T l ' e 'F X NSAP' ' f , 1. . ., A 2- 4 ' - - ' lj . l ls?-nah ' ' v r Y N ,I E4 f' r, XA ' ,-,X if by . SQ! Xa? 50 X In -.Eg C., wa, x. J I, ,rw X 4 . ' ' 'gf ff X ', s ' 'l s I s ,l rw? 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The Bears have been to the National Col- legiate playoffs more than any other team in the nation. Under the capable direc- tion of Dr. L. C. Butler the baseball-conscious Bears have become one ot the best college teams in the nation. Joe Peclr and student asssitanf coach Tom Cooper. Th 2 Y We e old Bear, Coach Butler r I. . .. X N A Hs x if fy l. i 1 1 r l u l l l l l l i l i l 1 l ,l l I l l l l . 'i N f A ,i fwfigii ' ' .tgtggxi "+'?'?jT f' ,.vx- . ' '. 1 sf. LA..- Y. -.J The +l'1row .ggi Q ' f ,...f 2'- fhe leff field bleachers 1-4. Missed Hwe Bus I ix X ES 4 r "fl - Q . , ' 5 1 I ex P .1 1 X ., W'?f.,1. .. A A fq'f"ffe ....- f f,,- . 1 " ,f.,,4e,.w-w 4 . . , f - 1-pf Tix-in-.,"f-rfb-'11"' , SW' - 3 ji Q L -'--- - , 1 x V .nn L ., . ' e W-f-1333 f:5'l. 3551 , c J 1 1'-Q Q' 95 'ALL'-1, . L15 0' . Tx?""Z :ji-.fly-'H 3-. Y f-4 fx ,sig if' ' eM'f.2fhi'P?i , , :,, , .5-yr .XJ -- AW.-.. 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N X 2 3 TU N 'v ,f me ' QW Hg ngfsw Doroihy Kay Alden Cl-ifd Jo Alley CNY' Core J'-'dY Day ,fggk ,Qs - ' yigggiiiftgf -, '- , 1 - , ' .- if ii - ., N , -. ..,' f-:"'?i' x-. , A if-' SME, f f .- 'E:2f+ 1 X ' ' A W ' , ,Q H :Q 5, . .' "N X ' ' X 1 , 5-If ' i -vw Q r .M N af 'tj-ug.-' N' 1, s..-f Barbara Holman Ru+h Jones Jan Myers Joanne Osfrorn Q '47 Q 4 X5 X Renee Sawyer Mary K. Swan Sue Werner Page 236 A llnilzerfnfautfsrniity Caouulnlclill f An . 'gui' X -I-an-ug f -6 f i 'K M" X 'U' 05 -"' A 5 Treasurer Secretary Vice P.-esidenf pmsidem. Pefa Maria Larry Snyder Bob Babb Ken Fmbes -nr-Gi!-' " "" -1, Lf' - ri J Ns' n K X ,, .. . rs T .s'f.Wv ' " " vwiwf' 4- J '34 AI Basseff Fran Cuckow William Hari Pai Harris ,xy wg-:affix-'N W 1 ,,,N . 'kk 1. 9 -1 ,Lp-rv, Barney Lanz Harold Marfin Bobby Miller Chuck Sekera 1 WW N x 44' 'X' , X 5 1 ' sv X , 5 x .. -E A : X QM 'a ' w fifmh f Bill Smifh Edward Smifh Curfis Sprenger Gary Zimmerman Page 237 Page 238 ,X AST. . J , If , Q'1.,"" - ' 5:-. ' 9 X X .' - I iv' A'ii?3' 4.. E' ' J k" as . 'Q -Q V- 77 .K -skf Egg ea' yy PRESIDENT ................ Mary K. Swan VICE PRESIDENT .......... Alice Heinh SECRETARY ............ Marilyn Kunkle .nn TREASURER ..... ..... S andy Mason YJ' Q, Lefi +o Right Back Row: Connie Harrison, Judy Boersma, Ann Ogan, Sharon Mullikin, Kay Corder. Row Two: Gail Moody, Darlene Conover, Janef Ruf, Judy Kring. Row One: Joann Thompson, Glenda Prosser. Noi Picfured: Marilyn Giem. is .: 1 Gs., 2 59 4. , Q , ,P if 'Sa -t-1 if fx- 'sf -1 in L .2 ll AL 1 x I 4 lg Clara -lc' AlleY Fernie Baca Mary Ball Sally Barlon Sharon Blair Harrieff Brock Carolyn Boufs Gloria Budig 5 9 1 3 ,d ' la me J? me 2 ., . A 5. I , K 'X li Ah' Lf? 'fy a ' l sv 0, Q .K . - ' sa is Deanna Cerise Lois Clyius Helen Gan 4'-I f as ilii, ,pu Q 7 T f" X T i J A L Karen Hadley Lynn Hoy? Dorothy H3 . l ' ' 'mv' 3 N ! "' f 2 fr.. 1 'xi' +- 1- ,.. fx .T, I X X Alice Heinfz Juanifa Hoclx Judy Johns L5 he M 5' Q iw- Q i ,Q ' " ff 4 3 -P Jody Leonard Sandy Mason Milgrsjw x 19. 1- Q? as-J as 'ws- Billie Lou Odle Sue Richardson Jane Roihs Belly Schimpf Arlene Schlagel Lynne Sommers Diane Thaxlon a Trefheway A J i f-V 'JH' Y P Ing ix Q lx X. , gg.. 3 gk f 7-in C - V5-A , AR M Fw S fvigf, . I A v 6 .i 1 i yay sta sq XS. 'Q' , L. iii - .AL 3 K l Sondra Barbara Ware argarel Ann Werking Grace While Lynn While Sylvia WllllS Van Horn Page 240 PRESIDENT .................. Carol Scum VICE PRESIDENT ............ Be'H'y Yuen SECRETARY .................. Ka'I'hy Kirby TREASURER ................ Diane Mariin nn' 'H fav Leff fo Right: Jo Shively, Jackie Cornelia, Vay Archbold, Pai' Nichol, Joyce Simmons. 1 x .,f l"s.y. E R, 4x Q !,, M- Q. 'W Vx N 'SQ f Ui, .T , Qs' Nancy Aflusson Nancy Allis Evelyn Basseff Grace Briscoe Janel' Briscoe Wi r 5 E- ' f L ' fs 4 'T 4- S t A fy fir N! W Barbara Damnco Joyce DeBol+ Eleanor Monnie Harris Nancy Hauser Mary Ann Norma Edwards Heimke Hrllberry X mp , . .4 , 4 rv ,- 4 5 can Q' gg 1 - 5-4 . 3 1 S x AA L AA- A K A Barbara Scl-naiz Laverna Schaiz Laural ScoH Pauline Sholas Joyce Simmons 1 Ellen Sfeplwens Jeaneffe Sue Werner Belly Yuen Page 242 0 :rin , I 1 J' N x ,. fir J my 'W'fYA I,2Y?'3f5?L inf an f5X,"9 " .Qk:'fQ,1,, F K ' Tw '. . 1 ,3g?':" X Q. ii . ' S 5 . - ir . 'T"" i C PRESIDENT .......... Freddie Robinson VICE PRESIDENT ........ Eleanor Early SECRETARY ...................... Dal Davis TREASURER ...... ..... K aren Lockner -xg Mi- 'CT-7 i W! A . uw T 14 in I 1 I 4 ng fm S is-U Leff +o Right Back Row: Barbara Brown, Mimi Gassoway, Linda KiHs, Mariorie Lorenz, Karen Dickey. Row Two: Marilyn Copps, Sue Haney, Peggy Geriach, Shirleyann Labriola. Row One: Carla Comsfock, Kay Eager, Judy Knechf. r 3 ." V ji rf ff K - cf i ! fir'- Q Q Q 4 rn a E Q B J .-. . 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Pb J., 1 M. --.S Q-rw Q an M5 J O J. r- xl ' , ri Q V, ,"-'vj :IRQ f?'4f" -, b Q ' ' - J - , Y it as E r '.'.-' if .- -" ' f or Q " Evelyn Kodama Marsha Lanari Karen Lockner Jear. Lowe Judy Jane? Moyers Slephanie Joyce O'Neal McWilliams Mueller J li avg N5 ' R A V- 'Nf3'W'5' , Q L A ' W.. 13W:'i" Q ' K 1 ,I . , L: -' ggi M v .mr - . xx Q - 5 as I 'A 1 ' . ag: I ' 4 f f"X .. -" . 4' , .wffgsr I N " W i n ' - fl Eleanor ier Nancy Porler Lenore urce Janel' Ragland Margie Ross Mariana. Lois Smlf Marilyn Smrfh Smaldone X ,.. . mp? , xt, J .Q ,fra T-fax - a 5 X X Y I Q K L ' . k 6 . Jr, L ' f, ' r'-s ,. K' E as inf L W , 4 .W N , s W my i ff? V , 'I 7' A 'S "' - ' M L M ' - A 446 Sharon Smiih Srella Talagau Ardefh Taylor Sally Uhlir Barbara Weber Sue Wiggins Rulh Wilson Luanne Woolarcl Page 243 Page 244 PRESIDENT ................ Pai' Reynolds VICE PRESIDENT ........ BeI'I'y Shaver SECRETARY ................ Avis Reising TREASURER ..... ...... E Ilie Sfonefeli' H" O92 ,Q 1-F Sli ,U 1 s +l2""' Q Y' , QR,-Q, ge I Q.. ii, isa,-ff' X, air .1 Righh Back Row: Jane+ Ray, Renee Riesberg, Ann Wheeler. Rosie Behn, Judy Barnard, Sue . 1l':'-, Social Member. Row Two: Judy Cunningham, Lynne Hopkins, Chris Benner, Jeananne Olson. Carel Seedroff. Row One: Judy Chrisfensen, Sandy Banwell, Rene Anderson, Mary Ann Redman, Joyce Holllman. 'C' Jovanovich M i .wks 1. 'M ' 1 Sally Ellie-H -ludv l2fiClKS0f- Colleen 51495 Lynda Feild Karen Hamillon Helen Henson ie N' 1 fl , 1 '- :lf .,., A 'V W XA A - I "1'132.j. Q mf. ,1 I j -1 'H N '.:"3"f'H f -l. g. .. a- :fa fm" 'aa ' A ,,: -. ,V -. f X r 1 ll F Y, y. rl iff' "" xl bs xr 1 N 5 K xf f f If I., f f f W r 22 ,, ,I , 2, Grefc en Ruflerford Sanfangelo Schaefer 2- .W - ,. , , ...-....... ...,.... .v..,...,.. ma. uw., .aaa Kay Trimble Louilwan ,... Barbara Milberg 1 J 31' -Q X 4 " 'TB 'bl xx ,lrb Julia Parrnalxian Barbara ,N, rv. Elsie Shimabukura Sfonefelf -is 'AA ifs Mary Fran Willard Sue Weingarilw Page 245 Page 246 . 1 I j eg' Qi Q7 ,, ifff lm, Q, N - Nqr' V, Fx- X .AW- G , X 5 tv: ,TW . Sf! I6-.l 4-1 f"'-fx av- as 1 -4- 'yy f PRESIDENT .............. Barb Orvedahl VICE PRESIDENT ........ Linda Hansen SECRETARY .............. Carol Parsons TREASURER ..... ....... P aula Garreii' 4 ,4- , t .. U . WF' x. ca " E , V Q, l NJ X N1 h X x I l Q . , i Left fo Righf, Back Row: Diane Deierman, Mary Huison, Judy Friiz, Marilyn Elder, Sydney Sirafman, Margarel Sieler. Sharon Berg. Row Two: Gerry Tye, Joyce Seier. Caroline Tarnplin, Thais Goff, Barbara Chase, Donna Curfis. Row One: Be+sy Gammill, Krisline Nakano. Jeanne Grossinger, Marian Kashima, Jacci Rhoden, Phyllis Jones, Elaine Aplcing. -' ' l : :i9'?495f'lif'?4? "N, . A-' 53, . 33" ':""W'i'15E- "1 ' - W . ' -mx. A , N' --f' 13 'i' 1 'ivz' + 4 .J 1 J fu 1 . frsfgi' ,w We .u n , 1. 71, 5,281 - wa -r 9 1, , ' X V' , 5 ' ,513 ,Q if - f e f Y -A X, l 'Fi-K if "Q: X Q . 2 l. A L A l Gerri Adams Bea AlliS0l1 Connie Bauman Deanna Blue Arline Bowen Karen Brandau Sharolyn Helen in Cerner?" M Casianeda ' ' ' l 1 I 'ff' f.. as , . . 'fl' I Egg? sn- L .' '- "a ,-+se,'2F' faf? 1:e 'sry rig 'ii-YM 53,7 , ' ', Q ' ' , 2: if ii -- Sharleen C'3"Yl COVE' M'3f5l15 Coflnef J'?ne M6l"fl'1B Deviff Many Dryden Carol Fugifa Paula Garrefl Chrlsiy Cunningham Rood 5 'Q' Jane Goodman JoAnn Grady . lag agilifs I J 'T :Z :- E+ aa- al -J c fs Linda Hanson Susie Hewelf F 552. 5 f"ff'i" Wm iw 31:5 ' fi-'j-ggi: . . , , Qbfjfl' -Q, ' , me - 1 I at msg.. -' Q , . ,, -- "XY f+ -- -fy' 'R 7553+ 1 8 ,rg Q , is -f V 4,5 . 1. ,,. . wr . - - -"" -1 , . Q - "3 ' K... an , ,, L- f Q Margaref Billie Barbara Hirsch Humphries Jacobson X1 Y' Q ,,, , 1-iv b K X , .58 E if : f I N X "' 'E' Ag 4 Peggy Karnes Fern Kelso Sonia Lund Kay Mankamyer Miisgulseon Janiqne Olson Carol Parsons - fs .. N 1- Q t ,., ' J ' 3 , Z. fi ' ,. S . ,'Xv""7 gf- ' --4 A A K Al Jolene Prince Kay Ryan 'ary Linda Sample Mfrsha Connie Truan Jan Welch Sackman Sprnngslon Roberfa Jones 2: R i , 1 Sli .yd s-.N ,i . 42 Margo? Pelerson i c in L E e ' x X x A. H Jane Welch Page 247 SU 1 X' A 'N X 1' fr '-fig' ,, X 0- ,M lm 1 wx R-12? PRESIDENT ........ Eleanor Thompson VICE PRESIDENT .... ...Phyllis Faussel' SECRETARY ....... ....... M urge Grey L., TREASURER ..... ...... A ngela Allen House Director Pal Ha nsan R334 , r a I ' -'AHQS . q .9 , ,...,N, V35 I . "". IJ 'fi 'A - f- 'r ' . g. .W A . , ,,. ,, , , , wi I Q W -' ' ' f ' 9 V' Xi . ,N q , .ff "V wr' 5 ii Y ,. If A . 'QR - , 'RN 4 i x aw . R F K P . .5 l . ,Q , .nm it ,ffl ,X S 1 l . I K . : , 1 X A , ' l l 2 I .. A ARS. R J E E. lf, . S. -- - gk. 1 'B ' af, w ' ' I ' .' 'i 1 'P Leff lo Righf, Back Row: Marilyn Reed, Carol Mink, Jane Taber, Barbara Wood, Virginia Boll. Row Two: Linda Hays, June Helm, Marie Bleakley, Pal' Sain, Joan Klose. Row One: Jo Coleman, Jean Maeda, Carolyn McKnighl, Glenda Walers. Na+ Piclured: Janel' Bursch. Page 248 'W ,,- - - - . Rd - ,mx if 'gk R 'Q' Wi P' ' gpm -. x 'q fi il'-' P' AY::::jer Dorfhy Alden Angela Allen Joan Brown gjlirjn Kafie Coy-iner Benifa Dahl ' -. , fi ' Y fish 5 '.m.i', ' K " , ff -7----.1 V ' - X,-is .T . A if . l - N" Vi" zen' 'A ' Qi" fl lfiiiz, 1 ' - .a 4 . ff? rx f as ij if " 75 uf 8:8 -sei ' 2-S l -- "' "' .., .in ' -I ., 'ff :iii "' 5 'R ...f s 'N 1- "' A gp, " L . A A 4 L Marilyn Deus Renne Dolson Janie Dozier JoAnn Esles Phyllis Faussel Ann Gaulhier Billie Evens S. . Q Q ,x ,f' 'ds s .,.-v 4 is v ,- Xl. Margarel Gray rv., ...x we M 4 JoAnn Huck 2 Q R.. 4 . ' g 'l,v 1 l 'KH '-1? I Pal Dani 4 CMT:-'A . ,,' 4 Marie Graham Q is . X Y ' ,fr 'x , ., if Eh: ' ' ,,,- G D A- xg- Q' -1:3 ' . .s M. ' ' ff w 3-IE P Myrna Hirsch f -v ""' ,, -as Y ,355 Z ,T -. .ls . Q ,, Q X, 2 fe- 0' N A Rosalie Kerlos ,WT ,.., ,V ara ax is A AI fna Dee Lavafo MacDonald -rig. 2 A 1 ef' 1 " 3 ' "' f-ia 'ri ' 73 'N - s M1 5' r all N M A M. i f' T .- Q ,pf V a - "" -1 ' ' M vflvfgwln ' ' ' "55i-T-F - 1 gi ,by 1 h fc, K ' X , . ' X Joan Matthews Marilyn Mohr Anne McCleery RESIQZTEE Carol Newhard Joanne Osfram Pal Phillips Sharon Scheele r 'MQ A N iff v Q Y fx ,A 1: 1. N A-3 ,., ' ' - - 1 gi s 45' - ii -1 , X , .. 'T' " ig, I- hd' A ' h xx . X, 4 .5 A l .s 3 A Eileen Spurgin lgawleen Sally Tipion Mary Tobias C.FI5?5:'la Deana Websler Carolyn Whife u ivan o Page 249 Page 250 PRESIDENT .................. Jan Glidden VICE PRESIDENT .......... Jennie Bunf SECRETARY .......... Churloffe Miller TREASURER .......... Bernifa Waddel w r, , - ik X Cin X Rig.:-Ag, -,Q 'X ' N N 'h' fi? N 2? em if Leff io Righf: Alice Hammond. Nancy Anderson, Karen Farber, Carol Ann Anderson. Wt? .35 lv XA Donna Anderson Ardafh Ayars l Debbie Clark Guyla Coffey Ea . M ' 1: , 4 ,wp 5' V L 'I 13 ' , .if ' T I'-55' . 4 TH vi -- l A h -G Happy S r .ray Greaflwouse if '5 I .f d sf 5, " . be - , gr A --. , ' 5 In v, ,an ,, . .Xb V Glorrianne Florence Hollwarilw Hopcus IRAQ -,-2:7 Kafhleen LeVesque 'S lx Jennie Bunf '1 2 A. ., i A w" ,A 4 -E9 f 'O JoAnn Cozier Elaine Crawley Judiflw DeLong Ursula Denny -1-2 a ,, , 3 Bhffkrliyrrg Velva Burfon Mary Clwrislie ,ar-" ef 'll 'H ' , :fx Mona Grassmiclr fr A ' 1 -,M 4. led I A. W? LA l Bev Hogoboom Elagllifgi s r Q 6 f"'X ix Vonda Kelnlbeclc Sue Knofis , - re el. 1 i , 'S l y ,Ag ,A X C? fx., 5 A A fx Sue Lewis Mary McKinney Carole Meaders Sonia Mellon Cha-rlolle I- s,-x -"7 nfs. "7? Darlis Miller Kafy Morgan -iq l .5-E , X AL MBFCU3 B M J . P , k Carole Morfenson ea oscon anufa anfer Berna Rockwell Renee Sawyer Nancy Sclwnolh Grace Spy slra Summers H , .rr . .4 f - ' Y ' l Q :Q- 45 . f 4, ,f-.r Z-T? -Q, 453 V V XNQQA fy. A Y, l 5 ' .fi ' Ae ' ll A Merlene Suf+er Pai Sylvesler Jan Tracy Judy Uden VEZZJSI Mary Wafer-5 Vlsitfnrgsn Cheril Yardley Page 25I Page 252 'L' ol F-'52 E :",- :g y oo V? Q J' '94 4' ff 'ZR' 'Sv-rl 'wiv fo , f If E , PRESIDENT .............. Bob Schroeder Ami' ?"ee"'e"' Aoooao Regional swoon-ooff VICE PRESIDENT ............ Al Bassefl' Bom Dah' Carolyn wwe SECRETARY ......... .......... K en Cook TREASURER ..... ........ J ohn Wilson Y I Y Leif +o Right Back Row: Walf Burke'H', Roy Beiz, Jon Zahourek. .'ohn Lewis. Row One: Gary Ridgel. John Broadhursf, John Dahm, Ron Raikovich. 2"'u-'iz WO' Bffen B.. y-J 'y"5' '19 33' ed Anderson Bob ASVTWS Arlen Basself Keilh Bogren Gerald Boland George Clark 'Tj .4 Don Coble 159 nf' 4' I ', 2 Tsvilra 'J' ,...p- Ken Coolr MW. , John MacNeill ui is Monle OHO 'W Rr lad N-v Philip Page iv' pau . U James I6 ..., --. 1-6 wav P. 'O' L Russell Eaclcer Henry Fiske Bill Hari Charles Hays Sandy Luppens Larry on l v N me QV .avr Magnuson vlls :J A: .9 X ,,, .. 1, , . .iw ' 'Na '1 x - 41 '5- - iw , fifwa .K l "Tift-ww V, ,h-, .'.- . . 1 -'- Q A 1 av.. ,QAAQ UQ ,, ,,,. elf? 't -ff-r 5, en Nichols Charles Oslniro l r 'sa -a George Perrin Merle Roberls Bud Roof Harry Rusl Gordon Scheele Jack Schidenar Bruce Smillw fad vi 'O .aa ,Q 'Z ' ' -4a 'Z Ned Smillw Sferwhelfer Seflw Slephens Lyle Slevenson Ken Tiffany Ron Twombly Viers Delance John Wilion Page 253 'il 'Qi 1-aw s...-p .A L, PRESIDENT .................... VICE PRESIDENT .............. SECRETARY ................ TREASURER ...... X 45 ' nag lv fa if .M 1 1.5 -,..... W I f lliiv , X F 75 'Nw Q -ir, V-aw' is-53 ff x PGI' Harris Sponsor Alpha Kappa Lambda Sweetheart ROI1 Pope MF- DON F5UI95 Eleanor Pifer Darryl Yorke Bob Kurefich A' 4' E: ma Q I I at I 5' 'Ib Ii W4 J' Page 254 Ia Lsf+ fo Righf: George Skerfich, Don Allen, Paul Sieberf, Ron Andrews, Ray Wilson. on P - ,rv A. if Eldon Baker o , 3. sa, jk I AI Elmonf yo 521 Fi Q Q 5? ,ir 635 EWS wig . y 7 X Sus- Q fs ll 1 'ii 6 .Q A H i . A " -i N Q ' 5 .- 1 " 'U if ' J' -- jf 1-M fa 'V'-f .. 5' 91.2 if -fl 1' s o u 1 W 3 'TS' ff' :H :ff lf ,lf 'i?.ffvsf S53 J - ,es f .eff ' ei, 4. ' Q -W B - - " - - X 1 efflffa ' f f xl 3 5 ll a? 1 f QT If , Gary Beard Don Bender Russ Brasselero Jim Bybee John Cook Wes Cook Paul Cox , l -4 X ' was 1 s . . K ,wh Vs 0 'N -R2 'A '-,. pr: Q gc: f' '- . - ' 0' K ' X . 'ctr' ,y js if If A V7 A .fl 3, Kg.- 'K - 4 , ,Q ,, ,QA s 'L , . .:,,", -3 . X X. -1 A1f,".1,':4:g: ., ygfik v -N -, - so Ls I V "-Uivkxx. L 33 1:-' .S 'P lf. ll Pi' Sieve Enqlefl Don Fox Ton Galle os Bob Ha es L nn Ho wood Ray Kimer Ken Krause Y 9 Y Y P l a .N-A 'UO Q, . 41' X Y , U' " ' :Lx K X Bob Kurehcl-I ,, if ' if F oi - - f QM - A. gl, - . Paul Lahr -nfs 1 'fs ' , . , X 'W 1 Y P Q ,lg ,ffgf.5e---ildf- ff' iVY4,M,,N..ifgX.i .-g':ff:r.gN" . . - Y ' 'lim M-Q1-X , x 5 Y -f--2 ,..--543gg-:?'7'w,,.,,.- . 2 ' F ' QNgi4f'ii'l , i - .Q g ll ,jf 2 i 4 of A X ' ij E X I 'H jf: -ML X , SL Q, 'sf' osx A . 5 is "" '1 . ' w -f----'- f-'- f - ' i- 1 ' P. , pen, Maria 'A PWM, aw -s,g5 FQ' N ' 1 Harold Marfm ,gr H 'gb' 1 1 ' 5 :vi all . f 'M l Ifgkw, 1 s 5 1 ,gi X , -'T Y i.. . , .. X "- l Q 1 5 f so ' in V---W ' - : I -s--V-39+ W'- Hv s X , 1 ' LF? 'Iwi 'i 'L 1, m. V ji V rw: ,... E491 1 f' fil-sz l Bobby Miller Paul McKeever it sw " , , ' 5 - I . Q V " ' x :J 5 E .Q 4, 3 fa- W AA A ., 5, Q .4 A , r fa .1 ' X 1 "xx -' mg, J J. Q :A it L1 -f - -M 'ff E3 K. Q' J X 'f ,Q s, 9 s,3m,q5Nr ,M W,-I -.w?fQBv- s,eQ i ' ffl F fggfifjf -3- ear. y -- .51 X I 1 W ' FJ Qqfgf, X Fig Li iifif Y:-.A -P 1 :Ji ,: S ff Ezall is. if I . i d HS- igflfl l A .XX i i 11 Bill Olson Leroy Osborne John Panion Bob Pass Ron Pope Donn Reid Nelson Ruby Norb Schrnill l -Vi. , --s ' , ffl - if? , f L . L ffm A . v- M 513: if ffm ii . J' 4" .455-'y i - f ' ' 'ii' ,hy ', ,xg 42" Q-f 1 Y .5 fl 77 -J ' X ' QS .. 5 , -B' "' 'I' f 5 J 'fr' '1 ,gas - A sz- , J y :zz i xxsg l gV. ,Y'.:-T N Q5 . , yi, Bob Wid Bill Showalfer Wes Showaller Al Simermeyer Bill Smifh Ervin Spalwr Don Sfevenson Darrly Yorke Page 255 -ws xi , K. '1 -N .Y I 'E -S' . v I litmx, , ,. .ef- . p, 1ll-.- ii kb, 'K lghi L J. QTL" ,Q ,,, A' no 5 . PRESIDENT .................. Barney Lanz VICE PRESIDENT ...... Bob Schreiner SECRETARY ......... ........ P hil Cohen TREASURER ...... Bob Burns F1 n L Sigma Chi Sweeiheorr Caryl Core 'I Lef+ fo Righi, Back Row: Dick Roper, Gary Browning, Harold Ravens- Leif fo Right Back Row: Bill Hoffmann, George Sfrafe, Jim Adams craft, George Siahla. Row Two: Ben Weiizel, Paul Weiland, Arnold Dan Grenier. Row Two: Ernesf Brown, John Chlanda, Curl Vandenbos Marshall. Row One: Jim Van Meier, Chuck Cassio. Row One: Tom Wills, Tom Rafliff, Willis Hasfings. Page 256 Don Beierbach Bob Bernd Doug Brown Phil Cohen John Cubbage Jim Graff Tom Hinman Roger Hynek Don Marlain Leonard Narracci , If I, I V, ,f ." 49 . 1 ' .f .- X K . f A xi- -N' I Q l Jack Miller Charles Pfisfer Ken Plonkey Edward Robran Ted Rogers Richard Ryan Bob Schriner Bill Smith Lee Siory Keifh Swedlund Jerry Tanner Dan lrulillo Valriderlgriff Vanderihoaf Jerry Weber Page 257 1 . -N ri 7' , . Z1 's au! ' , " 4 Z , 1, 'ia . . . fgfi, X, Q, .Y . 3,51 l -' - V I 'TIA 'xx Q, C? -1 1 ' ' ni-1, ' ff' PRESIDENT ...................... Jere Rood VICE PRESIDENT ........ Chuck Sikera SECRETARY ......... ...... B ob Mack TREASURER .... ..... D ale Bress Housemorher Mrs. Lola Houghlon qw Leif 'lo Righf, Back Row: Tom Hansen, Jim Dorsey, Jim Moorehouse, Bruce Karsfedf, John Tanner, Dave Hunl, John Gilberi. Row Two: Jim Srnoochler, Chuck Delpapa, Larry Olsen, Pefer Corey, John Mendoza, Dan McPhee, Jim Mifchell. Row One: Gene Casfellucci. golan Weber, Jim Ralcliffe, Tom Smiih, Chuck Chandler, Bulch arner. Page 258 Leff fo Righl, Back Row: Ed Everroad, Don Marlin, Del Woelfle, Bill Sfevens, Mike Maher. Row Two: Bob Mafcheff, Lanny Bryanf, Rick Jacobus, Les Wood. Row One: Keifh Torke, Pepper Morgan, Jim Monigomery. ..AIi fa., N. ' x " iiiriif i S si " ,P F V' .4 , -, 1- . 4. 1 ,. ,Q .KT . ' x All Larry Allen 41' , 'Sa' r fig? Yr 1 fr' .api 'tavw 4 , , . . . Jerry Bullers 5 V- r J? if gi Nr 4 Ron Hullquisl .ii .gg .1 ' ..,. l? Joe Jones K- Q : Y 7.-H' x V. fa- 5 A Mike Larson uf? 'ya fs. ,k 'nn "" ui' 45' D Bob Aflerburn Anzrgli Floyd Acre Tom Bell Jerry Blessiner Bob Blum f r A i"""i 5-W V Q, , ,Q ' ' gi i, . -45 Q, A' Q r ' -ff' fa if I 2' r f' M J " 'wi 9 V J 2 ' gi 1 i ii -'27 ' 1 .. fi ,l , David Coleman Francis Cuckow John Edmislon Richard Elder A,-f Qiffgn Walfer GOIN 'fi .f if .. if ' X fu. 4.. 0 "i 'W-3 we ' f ' .1 C - N mb Rx Bob Lee Dick Lewer Bob Mack 'W' vw 12' .- K lx i:-. i C Gary Odle William OH Ronald Pease 97" 1 " .ii Dale Bress AQ -s.l Q: '. W 1 'K' Q 1f"TP A R. Carl Goodwin .f-4 Jerry Johnson I' ,of Marvin Kiesling I . N Paul Lasnik ffk in Tfzwigi- E , rg L x X2-1 ' p as 5- ' . 9 5 f. W i 1,4 r Q- ig, -3 Q -4 ,. , 'R ! Roe Mackey Tom March G"adY William Maxey Oren Nero M alll-news 4 Q - 1 - f, ff f. ' " - ifffffi .. ' -el ' ' A Q T C. - Charles Sekera Chuck Srb Richard Todd Dick Trimmer Cliff Wagoner Page PRESIDENT .Don Bohy VICE PRESIDENT Ron A+Hns SECRETARY John DesCombes .uBHIBean 121 sv . S' ,. -gb -X n . S A , . ' fl-.11 X 1. " . I' 5 'bs it - .Y ravi. , Y '.,sS' R Nl ,. .5 43 :I f' 'w'i ' 5 Sigma of-'Y , ,, P .I R 'Nr g. ffiii Theta Xi Sweetheart Margie Ross Leff +o Right Back Row: Norman Lofgren, Al McKin, Jim Ayars, Walf Wragge. Row Two: Mike Bean. Leroy Willis, Marfy Schaub, Sian Brauiman. Row One: Carl Lucas, Don Hefner, Roberf Higashi, AI L --1 .fl f J -zl,-QR3 il' Gerald Adams Harvey Ron Arlqins Andersen y ilvjgh , 4 , , .Ls .--f 4 .am -f'-f ' . .lx he . fa ii, -f -N I l V -X 1 N, 1 -, 3, Zi' K Lqghf -1 l 'L' i ,, l + , if Sl .ry fgf Q' Ee , AQFFF---, , 1 Bill Bean Wray Calalwan John Arnold Fuiii Dick DSSCOTYTBGS Greallwouse Q. 7 K P Q V .V Ii A -ff VX r A'i,i3Q7 a ff " 3 ' 33 if .. ' , give- 5. fl: 4 r ff. ?,SX1X d. . I, 5 x 1 E11 x 'i " Nz, .Q A r' 5 .XL X .i . .,, ' 1 1- ,X -h ' " y' . Ray Keni - tif lxtixwgi ff.: , ,X EQ: 5 ' 1.-K' 1 if, ' I H XF' uh 3, A ,fl Htl 41 .V I' -. ," s ' 5 ' Ill Lynn Kloclcsiem nm '1 F,- 'x m..uii'n 'Qa.Q9. W aw f.1!,-- ' Jerry Hansen RJ wgx '- U '--nv -555-,,,' Q: .- .317 983, ..1JI., ES?-lf.' 42 'C 'wi 5:1 fl 1":1-:qv ww' ' xv. -.S Charles Harrinqlon ka Q , A -C .. 5' F' .W'TQl5,'-fi ' f LeRoy Kirzman ty. .A ,A x' ffl., jg ,f 'xwvi I Log X s nr 'mg ai -X Arnold Mabile V Q ne: rf J' . .- 'vs 'rr - Tom Marlin Dave Mendez A.. 'F l T L X X 2 " v- ,, ,- YN I , ,' "' 51 gi If -as QE v, .4 N, .,, Q- N1 . 'if' .gl E .I 3 v M xl A " . 'T' 'S vf' , J "" -3 tr. , -. l A Q l - ,F W ,V 2 V ,,-1 . ' , fix Q. We ' e il , ' r:.F:-r-1:1 X'-'af' - M. me-ffm ii i .- 'kftzfx-. Allen Miilce Alvin Sailci Melvin Smifln Larry Snyder Curfis Sprenger Al Sfines Orris Wickham ..r-f 36- 6' Tom Wood Reuben Yoshida Gary Zimmerman Page 26l ...aqn V1 ' "A U., e ,ggx J. .1 X I' 6 ' J 4. I I M' -mmf ' Ew- QI "-Z"..'P 'Ol' PRESIDENT ...................... Bob Babb VICE PRESIDENT ........ Duck Koehler SECRETARY ........ Ken McGranahan TREASURER .................. Ed Maxwell nu, SEZ'-f' TKE Sweetheart Mary K. Swan Left fo Righl, Back Row: Bob Harris, Ray Harris, Bob Fosfer, Bernie Lefl lo Righf, Back Row: Tom Bullerweclc, Al Wise, Willie Kellogg Linenberger, Rich Hill. Row Two: Dwayne Twembly, Keilh Meagher, Joe Krause, Don Harris. Row Two: Dave Thorpe, Gary L o Bull Gene Gales, George Macaulay, George Wiclcsfrom. Row One: Sieve Heslon, Robbie Baldwin, Dick Rogers, Pal Johnson. Row One Tlm Anderson, John Knox, Fred Bradley, Don Sfover. Jefopoulos, Larry Anson, Dick Urbana, Ted Heinz. Noi Picfured Page 262 Charles Hull, Seiei llcehara. 'ol "' ' won .3 Jim Aiegre Jerry Amsberry Lee Anderson nv,,,,,N bm Pt! If 'Q ilk W 'Swv '75 If i fi wi? . 'LTP Donald Lou Bareffa Edward Berger Jim Biewerf Gary Boles Jim Boughman Andersen Q1-1 Tom Crawford E, fi 'F Don Deyo 'E 5-,J :T z V' 53:4 i Earl Eimonf --1' ' ---av J,.,e f in I f., . f .. ' ,Im 'P Ha' 5 W 'N ,. 1 ' F Sieve Farnham Sieve Gammill Chuck Gaul Howard Hanna Jim Harden Richard Harden was 1-vl C3 Richard Harms George Heaih Ron Herbel Cliff Hodge Howdfd Hof EE Mega Jim Cox "1-'Saba X 'T Terry Cyprian Ui Larry Eicher Frank Enyearf Xia. Na- , lil , Q-I ix' x v 0 :rv L ' ' X- 1-.. affix, ,'fafgf'feSQj -f 'il' W Z-A. rff kf wg' ref? Q. mfr :'? S fir 21 4. ki f 'IQJSS Jail-Q: Ron Harrigian Page 263 i i i Page 264 'R SQ- , Ale ,fel x... 'T "fru- Delmar lnhof Bill Jackson Chuck Jones Earl Jones Jim Joyce Don Kelley Ken Kempf ,Q Mk, Stab 955- fvv fav N1 ' ,Jill Ray fi Paul King Waller King fm' 1 '1 1 Z -.Q 4 Gerald Ken McFerren Mcsonagle 'kgy fd '1- Dick Koehler Bill Koplar Don Larson Dick Lepelsos Ed Maxwell WIQ, ws, .ix 1 Q, l K A 1. Mcelfjxahan Al McWilliams Mcwilliams Richard Newlon Ron Newlon amy 1283?- f:w Sian 'V 3' f Eugene Overfon John Paolino Richard Pearce -imc, fad fr: QI 'X-,, ,vi Joe Peck Colberl Pepper geizigi Je-rry Pei-elrsen Pele Peierson Half Rasmussen Gary' Rice ii .-.., PCO i .fad if vi. v-v Denny Rundle Larry Sears Don Seaver Richard Shaw Richard Shine Sumgnlirgield rv. ' . ., '54 mmf, A ' lad: . 9 r. my .gf -I f 'A E .: -NT", E Q3 Leonard Venen Phil Waggoner Sian Walker Denny Walkup Wes':LTberq Larry Whyman -13 . I A " Leo Sunada -N Q ' Gfipiyyeg-' - 'J -Q Don Wilcox MEMURMM lunaammn-ww.-.....,..., ww ' :Si ' 'I ' Wh- Qgntf '?"P" -.W V lg. . ., ' N-wus.. Those who lmew Craig Callen remember him as one who enjoyed a full life in every way, As an active hrotlgerxin Sigma Phi Epsilon: general chairman of the Greek songfest: IFC coangiwl and ,ogpartidipant in many com- mittees and intramural sports. well' known an the CSC campus. He transferred here from Neliiliikqdllixtefsity as a Sophomore and was completing his rnaior here in A ,Q Sigma Phi.. Epsilon fraternity here pays tribute to RA died in a car acddegrqgsg - - Eb l y- ggyey, Thongh greatly rniise1li:s3Qyaig's own philosophy'-'f" llgyfdeeds, not years." as 'realize ik" "NWS es e Yet, not vfithxsorrow Jo we reiallk?this"if5'iehilship. nor even regret. Knowing 'us not only in life but even in this last uct on eat-h he contiilliea 'tateach us another of life's lessons. We give thanks and re- the sacred epithet of "Brother." X--,-3 ' n K WT: H! A ' 1 X WNW! W N f v X X J f' J" .wg 1:-' V wf Aw! 1 ,Gyy m V N' . A ' HH' ?v' ff 1 N V v If ' I I , A ' ' VJ riff L' , 4 lv M 4 iff, N V f Y V. M ff ,f f C -rm -Lf .,K,f'1 5 f, 'yx .- IZ K,- Y X- Y P v Y. - , -M . ff'-fi 1 ,N .l ,fig X, , W, - V -- --- 'N ' -, 1' yi, f f f' , A- X' X ?-- N- ' . 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EF!!! r l li o umm f ' WEL. 11' , 3.1113 'fiflfv' N . ' fr? ' 215. ' 1' -- U11 .-f,' , ll li ' S Ill? r S A, IEW + 'Wal' , ' ily: 3 , '5-4512. L ,,,,-s, Q '- i li 0 1 Lovely Margaref poses for our phofographer. and Aitfcemdlaumits .Q L -, 5+ ,, Lei? +o righf: , fs 3 ia -1 Pai' Kasper, Sue Wiggins, Margarel' Hirsch, Kaflwleen Sullivan, Linda Meyer. Page 27I X-PX X "Q Hwmecwmimg Qguecnm 5 PAT KASPAR V ww . , -, ...ggwgggilr-5' Ii' A -. .V ."'5::..s, . . .- , A -W lm' ,V -4,.,.,.,-A, ,,,, , .,,A,A,,.g,fL.Q....fi:cf4:-f.-:s.... -. . . genial' - "4--'Nr 69 i EA-XS. -,. Swphummre Hallam? ,:jfQCXf3CYf5fg31 ,-,-,,,f 'i A, if--,V 3: LR: Qiqjxg, N" . , .. I . i...,g3X-5 1 , :S Q xii-iaZ.,,Q ', QQ 'Ky My rx f K wmww-'.m, ,N rm-.mm::Q::HQ.-,.,..ai.mmm.m1mmm,. L1 x ,mm .mi Nil-Q. A NSU' c. Q. 4. f '54 35' , x 1, infix-Q . in .. x . 'Ii E5 i , M -X K.---f fm M ,,:!E'?,.. 'Q S111 Y dBi? S110 W IUICCJU1 I . , .lorry-I X 1. 1m . V, a fx'PfIQ!fQQf9,".V i -. .lunv now: , , . 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's' "'NSW""1 F'F.-V-fW'-h- ., 5ki26lW'QJ?3S!l'DiH83DT . P6981 uv "!?LSNNY'sV'X x- VSWR! xx I"-Nan. fm" 315. v f. .1153 , ,,, . :J qg - 311 iggperry Tammany ?bQYOgIlIP'l9Y WS' .ik I, X Q Alma Maier Ah! Well l remember: Friends of purple and gold Friends me! in September Pledging their faith to hold. Gone friends of September. Gone dear friends of old. Time never shall sever Friends of purple and gold Time never shall sever Friends of purple ond gold. 5 4... usa.:-,., ,, , . n . fg,,,, . . , ca ACTIVITIES INDEX A Acacia . . , A.C.E.I. .. ., Admin Alpha All G Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Angel Arms isfraiion , . Kappa Lambda reek Week , Phi Omega . Psi Omega Sigma Alpha Sigma Tau Flighf and ihe Man Brown Arnold Air A.W.S. A.W.S. Commiffee B Baseball Baskeiball Beihel Bapiisi Blue Key .. Blue Key Ball Biorn Ski Club , C "C" Club . Cache Ia Poudre Sfaif Canferbury Club , Choral Aires . . .. Chrisimas Ball , Conceri Band . Congo Club .. D Delia Omicron Delia Phi Delia Delia Zeia Disiribufive Educaiion F Fine Aris Fooiball Freshman Freshman Ball Freshman Week G Gamma Delia Gold Key Graduafes Graduaiion Greek Follies Gymnasiics . H Hawaiian Club Hays Picnic . Homecoming Home Economics Club I.F.C. . I.K. , I.K. Carnival Independenis Indusirial Aris Club Insignia Day Inspecior General Inframurals lniervarsiiy I.R.C. , J Jeans and Janes Juniors Junior Prom K Kappa Delia Pi Kappa Kappa Psi L Lambda Sigma Tau Lei Dance Luiheran Siudenfs M Marching Band 252-253 IIO 22- 23 254-255 I72-I73 I37 I40 238-239 240-24I . l38 I84-I85 I39 . I08 I09 230-233 2IO-ZI3 I38 . I4I , . I96 I28-I29 II2-II3 I2- I3 I59 .I83 .III I34 .I60 , I42 I43 242-243 I I4 II5 I86-I9I 78- 93 I98 I70 I6I I44 94 IO4 200 206-207 IIB-II9 . 2I7 I74-I79 II7 2I7 I45 I80-ISI I20 I2I 20I 202-203 I66 I62 , I36 I22 54-,65 ,. zia I46 I4I I48 2I9 I63 I35 Men's Residence Hall Council I24 Milifary Ball Mirror Siaff N Newman Club O Orchesis 255 I4- I5 I64 I49 P Panhellenic Council. Phi Delia Kappa Phi Kappa Sigma Pi Omega Pi . Pi Lambda Theia Presidenf and Siaff .,.2I6 ,I50 244-245 .. .,.I53 . ..,. I54 . I0 Q Queens 266-279 R Rainbow Club , I25 Religious Council .. , I57 Roger Williams.. ,,,l65 R.O.T.C. .. , M223 ROYGHY , ,., 268-279 S Seniors . . . H 36- 53 Science Club ,,,, ,I26 Shark Club . .. , . ,I27 Sigma Kappa , 246-247 Sigma Phi Epsilon . 258-259 Sigma Sigma Sigma. 248-249 Sigma chi . 256-257 Snyder Snowball ., , ,I94 Song Fesi. .. 224 Sophomores 66- 67 Sophomore Ball ,, l7I Sociedad Hispancia ,, I30 Sporfs . I8b-l9l Spur . . .. . . I55 Siudenl' Acfivilies Commiliee II Sfudeni Council 8-9 Siudeni' N.E.A. . II6 Sfudeni Union Board II Swim Show ,, l82 T Tau Befa Sigma I56 Tau Kappa Epsilon 262-264 Tea House of Augusl Moon . . . 220-22I Tennis . . . 228 Theia Sigma Upsilon 250-25I Thela Xi 260-26l Toiem Slalf I6- I7 Track 227 W W.A.A. l3I Wesley Foundaiion I66 Wesfminsier Fellowship I67 Who's Who I8- I9 W.R.H.C. I32 Wresiling . 204 Y Young Dems , .I33 Cache la Poudre Anderson Edward L. 55 Anderson Lee 263 Anderson, Margaref 37 Anderson Nancy . 79 Anderson Rene 67 Anderson Richard I20 Anderson, Roberi 37, I2I, I43 Anderson Roger 37 Anderson Sieve 79, I28, Ib, I7 Anderson Warren D. 37 Anderson, Warren G. 67, 253 Andresen Don l45, 263 Andrew, Janice 79 Andrews, Bob 79 Andrews, Don 55, II2, 259 Andrews, Jean I40 Apking, Elaine 67 Appleby, Judy 79, I28 Appuglise, Mary Lou 55, I64 Arakawa, Parker 94 Arakawa, Ruby 37 Archbold, Vay 79 Arfsien, Don 55 Arii, Harold 94 Armsirong, Margarei 67 Arroyo, Eleanor 79, I29 Arierburn, Bob 37, 259 Ashley, Anne I66 Askov, Mary 79 Asmus, Roberi D. 67, 253 Aspegren, Larry 37 Aier, Mary 79 Alkins, Ronald L. - 37, 26I Aikisson, Nancy 67, 24I, I2 Augusius, Queiia 79 Ausfin, Rosemary 67, I25, I66 Ayars, Ardarh 37, 25I Ayers, Sally 67, I27, I55, I3l, I49, 25l B Babb, Bob 37, I4I, 262, 237, IB Baca, Fernie IO8, 67, I55, 239 Baca, Frank 67 Bailey, Ann . 79 Bailey, Craig 79, l6O Bailey, Ron 79 Baillie, Jack 55, II6, I29 Bainhill, Margarei 55 Baker, Alice 55 Baker, Eldon 37, I5I, 255 Baker, Margarei 55 Balko, A. I. I39 Balko, Lois 37, I67, I54, I44, I46 Ball, Mary 37, I4I, 239, I8, 8 Banks, Don II5 Banks, Laurine 37 Banwell, Sandra 79 Barber, Jack I67 Barcarse, Nancy T. 79 BareHa, Louis 55, II2, 263 Barnard, Hellen 67, I20, I67 Barnard, Judith 79 Barnes, Gail 37, II5 Barnes, Paul 37, II2 Barreif, Claude 38 Barreil, Pairicia 38 Bar+on, Sally 38, I42. I54, I44, I46, 239, I8 Barup, Marilyn I27 Benson, Sonia . Benson, Sue Berg, Sharon Berger, Edward Berger, Kenneih Bernd, R. D. Berry, Keiih Berry, Lois Beriolofio, Cara Bes+, Nancy Beyer, Norman Bierbach, Floyd Binkley, Judiih Bishopp, James J. Blackman, Rusana Blair, Sharon Blessinger, Jerry Blevins, Larry Bleweff, Jim . Blocker, Carol . Blood, Carol Blue, Deanna Blum, Bob Boboras, Gail Boccaccio, Bernice Bogren, Keiih Bohan, Gerry Bohlen, Shirley Boland, Gerald Boles, Gary Boley, Don Boll, Virginia Bond, Carol Bonde, Sharon Borg, Bonnie Borsiad, Rodney M. Boughman, Jim Bouls, Carolyn Bowe, Judy Bower, Ruih Ann Bowles, Beffy Bowles, Bonnie Bowles, Kay Bowman, Claire Bowman, Julia Box, Jeanneiie Boxberger, Mary Ellen Boxberger, Sam , Boyle, Jo Ann Bozeif, Be+'Iy Brad, Grefchen Braden, Roberf Bradshaw, Carol Brady, Marilyn Brandau, Karen Brandebery, Lineifa , Brandi, Janei Brasselero, Russ Brafien, Dale Braiiin, J. D. Brazelfon, Kafhleen Brennan, Pai Bress, Dale Bress, Ralph Brickeri, Marvin Briscoe, Grace 68, I67. Briscoe, Janei Broadhursi, John Brock, I-Iarrieif Brockmeier, Marlene Brod, Greichen Brooks, Sandra Brophy, Alfred A Abbeii, Roberia 55, II6, I29 Acre, Floyd 37, 259 Adams, Carole 79 Adams, Gerald 67, 247, 26I Adducci, Mary Ann 67 Adelson, Richard Lee 55 Agosfini, Louise 55 Albrighi, Pai 79 Alden, Doroihy Kay I55, 249, 236 Alegre, Jim 37, II2, 263 Alexander, Wanda 67, 249 Allan, Jean 37, II6 Allen, Angela 55, I43, 249 Allen, Larry 37, 259 Allen, Rulh L. 37 Allen, Tom 37, l2I, II2 Alley, Clara Jo I32, 236, 239 Allis, Nancy 37, 24l Allison, Bea 67, I55, 247 Alvarado, Periiclia 55, I64, I49, I30 Alyea, Dale 37 Alyea, Joan 37 Amcell, Joyce 79 Amin, Ali 94 Amsberry, Jerry I24 I45, 263 Anaya, Frank I30 Andersen, Harvey 67, I2I, I43, 26I Anderson, Carol Ann 79, II7 Anderson, Donna 55, I27, I3I, 25l Basseii, Arlen 253 Basseil, Evelyn 67, I66, 24I Basfian, Susie 79 Bafemen, Sandra I66, I42 Baif, Reggie II2, I45, I64 Bauman, Connie 38, II4, 247 Baumgarfner, Lorraine I42, I54, I58, I62 Bean, Bill 67, 26I Bean, Michael 79 Beard, Gary 255 Beauchamp, Susan 79 Beauman, Gay 79, I29 Becker, Dale 55, I27 Beckman, Miriam lMimiI 67, I63 Bedford, Jon I29 Beedy, Brenda 67, I56 Beel, Mrs. John I55 Behn, Rosemary 79, I29 Beierbach, Don 257 Bell, Vicki 55 Bellomy, Ron 38, I48 Bell, Tom 38, I59, 259 Bender, Don 55, 255 Benii, Pal BO, I29 Benner, Chris 80, I28 Benneii, Elaine I65, I30 Brown, Arline Brown, Bev Brown, Bonnie Brown, Dee Brown, Ernesi Brown, F. Douglas Brown, Jeaneiie Brown, Joan Brown, Winona ing, Gary 55. Broyles, Joyce Bryan, Gerald Buchanan, Barbara Buchholz, Gerald Budig, Gloria 68, Bueno, Ted Bundy, Ellen Bunn, Cora Bunn, John Bunf, Jennie Burger, Doug Burke, Charles Burke, Julia Burke, Kay Burkeii, Deanna 245, 55 257 I48 I22 I47 I29 55 I63 67 38 38 67 I20 II2 I47 I25 94 263 38 I09 38 I27 80 80, II4, 38. BO. 38. 68. I62, I55 I55 I63 I28 I59 80 68 I28 38 38 38 68 I55 II5 38 I59 I22 Fu ifa Dan .. Burkeff, Walfer 39 Burkhard, Marilyn 25' Burns, Alice 80 Burns, Barbara 39, '38, 243 Burr, Joel' 68, '55, 243 Bursch, Janef 80, "5, '60 Burf, Henry N. "6. '50 Burf, Sharon 68. '33 Burfon, Joyce 68. '20 Burlon, Velva 39, 25' Busfer, Joy 39 Bufler, Leo 39 Bufferfield, Edward 56, '37 Buffers, J. L. 39, 259, '39 Buiferweck, Tom '60 Bybee, James E. 68. 255 Byron, Beffy 39, "O, '62, '58 C Cleavernger, Claudia 8' Cliff, Annabelle Bl, '60 Clyfus, Lois 239 Coaies, Lynn 39 Cobb, Joan 68, '25, '27, '60 Coble, Don 253 Cockrofi, James 56 Coffey, Guyla '42, 25' Cohen, Phi' 257 Cole, Dona Jo 68, '09, '55, 245 Cole, Joan 55 Coleman, David 40, 259 Coleman, Marilyn 68, '27, '56 Coles, David 40 Colgafe, Pa' liz, I2I, iso Colgafe, Thomas 40 Colley, Claudine 8' Collins, Jeanne 40 Colva, Charla Mae 56 Cone, Rosalie 56, 245 Connors, Maureen Bl Conover, Darlene Bl, '66 Consfanf, Phyllis 68. '49 Cook, Carolyn 40 Cook, John 40. 255 Cook, Kenneih L. '66, '37, 253 Cook, Margare' ba, '32, '55, 'ez Cook, Wes ' 69, I4, "2, 255 Cooke, Jeanne l32. 243 Coomes, Sharon '32 Cooper, Carolyn 56, '38, '53, 243 Cooper, Donna 69. 243 Copps, Marilyn 8' Corbefi, Helen 40, '53. '54 Corder, Kay 8'. II7 Cordova, Edward L. 69 Core, Cary' 56, 236, 247, 256 Corey, Pefer 8' Corleu, Onifa 8' Corfner, Kafie 69 249, 247 Cor+ner, Marsha 69, 247 Counfryman, Glennis 69, '55 Cowaii, Bess 8' Cowan, Gloris '55 Cox, Dave 8', '58 Cox, Jan Flin' 239, '38 Cox, Jeaneffe 40 Cox, Jim R. 40 "2 263 Cox, Pau' 56, '58 '39, 255 Cozier, Jo Ann 25' Crawford, Marian 56 Crawford, Tom 56 263 Crawley, Elaine 40, "7, '54, '43 25' Cribelli, Tony '52 Crispe, Ron 8' Criswell, Jean 8' Cross, Mrs. Nea' '44 Crow, Kaihy '59 Crow, LeE'+a '22 Crowder, Dave '67 Crowder, Sonya 56 'IO Crowell, Deborah 82 '60 Crump, Elizabefh '62 Cruse, Cheron 40 243 Cubbage, John '40 40 257 Cuckow, Francis 56, '5' 259, '2 Cuckow, Fred 69 II4, 8 Culig, Madeline 56, '64 Cunningham, Jane 40, 247 Curammeng, Bill 40 Curneen, Kafhleen 82, '64 Curry, Kay 69 Cyprian, Terry '24, 69, '45 D Dahl, Benifa .,.. Dahm, John , ..,, , Daily, Charlene , Daire, Duane . .. . Dalrymple, Barbara . ...,, 40 Damico, Barbara 57, 236 Dannehl, Margare' , , Daugheriy, Jo Ann , Davidson, Karen ", 57, Davies, Walfer . , 40, Davis, Carole , ,. ., Davis, Da' . . ., -H243 Davis, Jefferson . .'24, Davis, Jerry , Dawson, Dorofhy ,,,, Day, Audra , ,, . Day, Judy 40, 236, DeBe", Dorofhy ", DeBe", Frank , 8, ll, 40, Elder, Richard , . Elemonf, Ear' , . Ellioff, Janef . Ellioff, Mrs. . Ellioff, Sally , , , Elmonf, Alberf Elsberry, Donna Emerick, Wayne , Emerson Jackie c ,4i ...fbi 7 io, 69, 57, '20, , , , 82, Englerf, Sfeve 57, '48, '64, Enke, Donna ,, .. Enfz, Gwendolyn . Enyeaif, Frank . Enyearf, Margaref 7 iii 83 Erickson, Gale LaVerne. Erickson, Judy ,, ,. Erickson, Karen Erickson, Marlin , Er'e', Don ,,,,,,. .. Eshe, Janice . 7,769 Funk, Nancy ...,.. Furufa, D. T. ,,,... . Fuxa, Tom ., ,,,.,,,,,,,, ., G Gabriel, Jacqueline Gaer, Car' . ...,....,... .... . Gallagher, Vicki , ,, ,, Gallegos, Charlofie Gallegos, Tony ,,,,,,, ,,,, Galvin, Roberf ......... Gamef, John .,.... Gami, Dork ....,.,.. Gammill, Befsy ,,... Gammill, Sieve ,,,,,,,,, Garner, Dave ,,,,,,. Garreff, Paula ,.,, Garfon, Rufhann . Garzina, Helen , , Gasperaffi, Shirley .,,., . DeBoer, Ray DeBo'+, Joyce Decker, William DeCrescen+is, Louis Degenharf, Joyce DeLance, Viers 40, Delia, Mike , , DeLong, Judifh "7, '58, '62, Delpapa, Chuck DeMarcus, Sandra , Denny, Ursula Denf, Pa' DesCombes, John Deferman, Diane Deus, Marilyn 57, 40. 57, 69. Deviff, Marfha 69, '55, Deyo, Don Dial, Bob '4, 57, "5. Dickey, Newell 40, Dickinson, Barbara Dickson, Richard 40. Didlo, Jim Diers, Don Diffendaffer, Myrna Digby, Tish DiGia"onardo, Nick Dillingham, Marcia Dilworfh, Dolores Dionisio, Leonard Dirks, Rose Maria Disfel, Pa' Dobbs, Carolyn 82, 4', 82, 82, Dobesh, Karma 69, '08, '38, Dobson, Tom DoKagy, Frederick Dokken, Ralph Dolce, Bill Dolen, Wayne L. 4l, 57, 82, Domenico, Anna Marie 69, Domenico, Mary '32, Domenico, Mary Agnes Donohoe, Cafherine Donahue, Jerry Dorenkamp, Agnes Dorsey, Jim Dorson, Renne Downing, Dee 69, l32. 82, 69. I32. Dove, Marvin 69, Dozier, Jane 4', Dryden, Marly '44, Dunslon, Charloffe Duran, William Durham, Virginia Durner, Lora D kins Dale 69, Y . Dynes, Ginger 8, 4', E Eacker, Russel' 57, '2I, '37, '43, Eager, Kay Earharf, James Early, Eleanor Eafon, A' Eberhardf, Barbara I0, 57. 69, '42, '56, Eberf, Joyce '22. Edmisfon, John 57. Edmondson, Jim Espinosa, Anifa . , ,, Esfes, Colleen 4' Esfes, Glen , , , .57 Esfes, Jo Ann , , Esfrella, Bernice , , ., 57 Effer, Frances , Eubanks, Charles , , Evans, Marca Evans, John Evens, Billie . .. 57, Evereff, Miss . , Everroad, Eddie 83, '67, F Fanning, Peggy Farnham, Sfeve . . "Z, Faules, Don '5', Faussef, Phyllis 57, '56, Fehrn, Anabe' ., , Feild, Lynda , 70 Feland, Gerrie Ferrin, Joyce Fesler, Laura Feffers, Lee . Ficklin, Liz 57 Fife, Richard Files, Margaret Filson, Jay , , . Filfer, Julie Fincham, Leona ,, Finlayson, Karen , 57 Firesione, James , Fisch, Foresf , Fisher, Grace , Fisher, John 70 Fiske, Henry Fifch, Darlene . Fleenor, Dan , . Fleefwood, Porfia , 83 Flenniken, Bill W. , Flefcher, Dorofhy Flefcher, Rolene F'in+, Alice . Flood, Mary Forbes, Ted Forsfer, Jeanneffe Forfney, David Fosfer, Diane Fox, Don 4', '2', '43 Fox, Sheila Lynn , Frank, Clarice , Frank, Paula Franken, Arlene 4', '60 Franken, Kay 4', '64 Franh, Barbara , Frazier, JoAnn Fredling, Caro' Fredling, Marfha '8, 4', '42, '56 F eeland, Darrel Hreeman, Don Freeman, Wynona Fregeau, Lee , 4', 'I7 83 70 Frichfl, JoAnn 58. Frick, Marilyn Frisfrom, Sharron Fri"1, Andy , Frifz, Judy 83, Fry, Sharon 83, Fuchigami, Charles 83, ,, 83 ,245 Gafes, Gene .,.. Gales, Mary . Gaul, Chuck , Gaufhier, Ann , Gabauer, Richard Geeslin, Linda Lee Geis, Barbara .. Genoua, Danny Genova, Connie George, Raquel Gerardi, Jess .. Gerber, Pamela Gerdom, Donna Gerlack Peggy Gibb., e..yi...a Giffin, Ar' , Gilberf, Gilberf, Ann Dan ,,,. Gilberi, John .. Giles, Leo Giles, Leon , Edwards, Eleanor 4', '53. Edwards, Shirley Eicher, Larry '8, '4', '45, Eikermann, Bonifa 4', '27, Eikermann, Karen Einspahr, Marlys Einspahr, Shirley 57, '22. Elder, Margaref 4'. 9 . Fuiieki, Diane Fujii, Arnold Fuiifa, Caro' Lynn Fuiifa, Yoko Fukushima, Ted Fulbrighf, John B. Fumimofo, Roy 42, "9, 42, I Ib, Gillespie, Jeanneffe . Gillespie, Sandra Gilleffe, Mary ,..... , Gillison, Lyle ,, Gilmore, Dianne ,,..,,, Gipe, Madaline ,, Gleason, JoAnn ,, Gleckler, Ralph ,, ,, Glidden, Dr. H. E.., Glidden, Jan ,, Glueck, Don Goddard, Jean 42, '27 Goeglein, Dorofhy Goff, Thais Goings, Yve'H'e ., Goldsborough, Nancy Golfl, Wa'+ , Gonzales, Adrain , , Goodman, Jane Ellen Goodman, Joyce ,... .42 Goodwin, Car' ,, Gorshe, Barbara Gorfon, Pafricia ,, , Gofo, May ,, , Golschall, Harold Grace, Vincen' Grady, JoAnn , Graesser, Sarah , , Graff, Jim , Graham, Marie Graham, Mrs. Bernadine Granf, Kay . Grassick, Mona , Grasselly, Gilberf Grassmick, Mona Jane Graves, Donald ,. . Gray, Margarei' Gray, Marge . Gray, Shari Greafhouse, Dick , , Greafhouse, Happy . Green, Bill ., .,.. Green, Ellen . Green, Joanne ,.,, Green, Lon J.., . Green, Richard ,.....,.,, Greene, Anneffe .,,,,.. Greene, Virginia ..,. Greenley, George , Gregory, Sherry ,, ,, ,. , Griese, Bill ,, Grimes, Margaref Guggenheim, Jean Gwalfney, Jim I48 H Hadden, Jean ,. ,, ,, Hadley, Karen , Hagan, Harold ,. , Haglund, Mary Anne Halderman, Jeanne Halker, Mary Ann Hallock, Louanne Halverson, Jane Hamamura, Shirley Hamillon, Karen Haning, Quenfin Hanlon, Heafher I2, 70, Hanna, Howard Hannah, Todi Hannigan, Diane 58, Hansen, Ilene , Hansen, Jerry . . Hanson, Linda Harden, Jim Harden, Richard Hardy, Darel , , Haring, Janef , Harman, Dee Ann . Harms, Richard Harper, Glenda Harregian, Ron Harringfon, Charles Harringfon, Larry Harris, Carolyn Harris, Monnie Harris, Paf 43 8, I8, 58, I4l, I45 Harris, Ray , Harshman, Geraldine Harf, William I6, I8, 43, I4l, I43 Harvery, Donna Hasfings, Charlie Hasfy, Jim Haug, Dorofhy , Hauser, Nancy , Haufala, Myrle , , Hawkins, Loree ,. Hawkinson, Refa Hay, Tess . , Hayes, Arnold D. Hayes, Arfhur Hayes, Roberf A. Haynes, Richard Hays, Charles , Hays, Linda , Heafh, George Heberlein, Dona Heggie, Thomas Heimer, Roslie Heimke, Mary Ann Hein, Karen . 7I 42 I5 I, 239 70 84 43 58, I09 58 84 70 70, 245 58 I22. I67 263 l59 I53, I64 I64, 248 58, 26I 43, 247 I I2 7I, 263 84, I60 7I 58 I53, 263 7l, I2O I29, 263 I47, 26I 84 84 43, 24I l48, 254 I24 84 I67, 253 84 84 I I2 I55, 239 58, 24I I28 I60 7I, II7 236 I50 l2I 7I, 255 84, I66 253 84, I65 263 58 , 59 59, 243 59. 24I 7I, I09, I55, 239. I38 Heinfz, Alice I8, 43, 94, I44, I54, 239 84 Heinfz, Joan , Heinz, Ted , Helms, Judy Helser, Marcella Henry, Marilyn Henshaw, Marfha Henson, Helen Herbal, Ron , l"'lerdf, Ronald Hergenreder, Shirley Herman, Carolyn Heffinger, Beffy Heweff, Susie , Hiaf, Kay ,. Hickman, Roberf Hicks, Hazel Higashi, Richard Higashi, Roberf Higbie, Susan Hilali, Mohamed Hill, Richard ,, Hill, Roberfa ,, Hill, Sally ,, .. Hillberry, Norma Hinman, Thomas Hipps, Dee Ann Hirose, Roy 94 Hirsch, Margaref Hirsch, Myrna 59, I27, Hifzing, Lola Ann Hock, Juanifa Hodge. Cliff I39 Hof, Howard Hoff, Diana Hoffman, Helen Hoffman, Marilyn , 84, 59 I24 59, I29 I08, II7 43 43, I54 245 263 59 I20, I22 84 84, I63 247 84 43 IIO, I20 II9 84, II9 IZ7, I32 I26 I20 85, 67 85 59, 24I 43. 257 85 I48, I50 247 I3I, 249 85, I66 I58, 239 I45, 263 263 I26, I48 I64 85 Hogoboom, Bev . 7I, I27, I29 Holcomb, Cafy ,, Holes, Donald Holliman, Joyce , Holman, Barbara . 59, Holi, Dixie Holzwarfh, Glorrianne Hood, Tom , Hopcus, Florence 43. Hopkins, Lynne Hopkins, Mary Hopwood, Lynn Horfon, Horifa, Clifford Donna 7l, I55. Hosea, Carol . Hosfefler, Mary Houchens, Kafhy , Houf, Dody . Houghfon, Mrs. Lola 94, Hove, Sandra . Hoye, Jean . 85. Hoyf, Lynn Hruska, Jim , Huck, Jo Ann Huckins, Roberf Huff, Don ,. Huff, Duane Hughson, Judy Hull, Charles Hull, E Hulme. Hulme. Hulse, Hulfqu ric Derick Rick Charles isf, Ron Humphries. Billie Hundley, Sandra Hurd, James Hurff, Husian Husfon Hufson Hynek, Paf , Janie , Gaye , , Mary , Roger Hyslop, Alan , lacabo I ne, Joan lacoveffo, Lareffa Ice, N lchiriu, adine Kaye . lkehara, Seiei lnhof, Delmar Inwood, Al Ishii, Diane J Jackson, Bill , Jacobs on, Barbara Jacobus, Rick , Jacoby, Joyce . ,. B5 Jager, Karen , . Janezich. Barbara Janzen. Archie Jarreff, Marlys , Jay. S Jerebek, Janice , USED . . Y 59, I29. II9, I38. ,I 59.I Jerke, Charles , ., Johansen, Margaref , John, Carol 7l Johnson, Harold ., Johnson, Jerry 7I Johnson, Judy ..l27 Johnson, Leon . Johnson, Marge . ., Johnson, Norma . .. Johnson, Phyllis .. . Johnson, Richard Johnson, Roberf ,. Johnson, Shirley 43, I08 Johnson, Viola G. ,43, I Johnsfon, Jemalee ,, ,,.,., .. Johnsfon, Wayne , ,,,,,...,, , 59, II4, I20, I22, I Jones, Chuck ,, ...,.. , , Jones, Earl . . Jones, George Jones, J. J. , Jones, Joe Jones, Joel Jones, Pefe Jones, Phyllis , Jones, Roberfa Jones, Rufh 59, l38, 2 Jones, Sharon Jordan, Franklin Josserand, Charlene Jovanovich, Sharon Joyce. Jim Joyner. Jeanne .. , Jurgenson, Gary . Jusf, Helene ,. , K Kage, Harrief ., ., B5, Kagy, Frederick D.. .. Kaiikawa, Alma . Kaneko, Gilberf . 85, Kaneko, Mike 94, IIB, l2l, Karimofo, Mildred 7l, Karin, Torn . Karlson, Gary 59, I58, Karlson, Gene . I20, I22, Karlson, Nancy Jo 43, I58, Karnes, Peggy , Kashima, Marian 59, Kaspar, Paf , I8, 43, Kasparek, Jim Kaus, Jim , Kehlbeck, Vonda 72, I63. Keil, Paul , Kelley, Judy ,, ,ll, 59. Kellond, Lynn Kelly, Don . I45, Kemp, Don Kelso, Fern 59, I27, I53, Kempf, Ken Kendall, Ann 43, IIO, Kennedy, Keifh Kennedy. Roberf Kenf, Ray 9, lB, 60, I39, I45. Kerbs, Rosalie, 60, IIO, I6l, Kerr, Sally . 60. I27, I29. Kidd, Joe Kieser, Roberf Kiesling, Marvin 43, Kilgore, Bill Kilgore, Kay Kilmer, Ray 44. Kim, Geraldine 86, Kinble, Beffy . . 86, King, Bob . King, Karen Jeaneffe 72, I3I. King, Paul King, Walfer Kirby, Kafhy 60. Kirkendoll, Karen 86, Kishaba, Edward Kisselman, Kennefh 72, Kife, Mesa Kifzman, Leroy l2, 72, I67, Klaff, Sharon . Klocksiem, Lynn , , l2, 44, Klose, Joan 86, Klovdahl, Ernesf , Knaub, Kafhie Knechf, Judy , Knechf, Lois I2. Knighf, Nancy , Knoffs, Sue 44, IIO. Kob, Alan . Kobayashi, Les , Kobayashi, Merle Koch, Dick Kodarna, Evelyn 44, II9, Kodhler, Dick Koehn, Clifford Koenig, Sandra 86, I22, Koerner, Janef 72. Koiikawa, Alma Kolar, Jackie Kolenc, Paf Koncilia, Donna Konishi, Cafherine Koplar, Bill Koplifz, Mrs. Koplifz, Dr. Koppenhafer, Eddie Korger, John Korin, Thomas Korin, William Kornegay. Suzan Korpi, Hugo 94. Koshland, Sieve Krause, Ken Krause, Joe 60. Kriegor, Shirley Kriegsmann, Kay 44, Kring, Judy 96. Kunkel, Dorofhy Kunkle, Marilyn 60. Kunfz, Ken Kurefich, Bob Kurisaki, Doris Kurfh, Don 72, II2, I29. 59 85 85 II9 I50 II9 Il8 I50 IIB I43 I62 I58 I62 247 I I8 245 59 25I 86 243 86 264 86 247 264 243 72 60 26I 249 I3I I20 86 259 72 76 255 I I8 I22 86 24I 264 264 24I I66 94 I63 72 26I B6 26I I59 44 I63 86 44 I67 25I 44 l48 I I8 72 243 264 I I4 I66 IOB 43 I27 I64 86 44 264 I60 I60 60 44 44 44 86 I I4 86 255 I29 I66 24I I66 94 239 60 255 60 I63 L Labriola, Shirleyan Lafferfy, Joan l20, Lahr, Paul 94, Lake, Carolyn 86, Lamb, Marga 72, I43, Lanari, Marsha 72, I55, Langworfhy, Helen Lankenan, Gay 44, IIO, Lanz, Barney I2I. Larreau, Polly Larson, Don Larson, Jeanne Larson, Mike 60, II2, Lasch, John 72, Lasnik, Paul 44, Lafier, Lorna Lee Laufhan, Mary Ann I6 Lawrence, Jane Lebsack, Richard Lee. Carolyn Lee, Chrisfie 86, Lee Harry 44. Lee, Mary Jane 60, Lee, Nancy Lee, Roberf 72, Leiker, Linus 60, Leiser, Sudie Lenzini, Cafherine Leonard, Carol Leonard, Jody LePefsas, Dick Leska, Nancy 86. LeVesque, Kafhleen Lewer, Dick 72 Lewis, Byron I2l. Lewis, John 86. Lewis, Myra I28. Lewis, Sue 72, I29, Life, Don Lighfsey, Deanna 86 Limn, Janef Lindahl, Dorofhy Lindauer, Beffy Lindbloom, Befsy Lindenmier, Beffy Linder, Medrie Lindgren, Barbara B7 Linclquisf, Dennis Linn, Charloffe Linn, Eleanor Linn, Ellie II6. Lippold, Joye 87. Liffle. Phyllis Livingsfon, Spence Lobafo, Amos Lochner, Karen 44, l38, l53 Lofgren, Norman Logsfon, Roberf Long, Jerry Longacre, Cheryl Longan, Harley Longmore, Harlo Loo, Gary 87. Lopez, Alberfa 72. l30. Lopez, Esfher 72 Lore, Carol 87, II7 Lorenz, Marjorie Lorenzen, Paul Lorf, Arfhur 60 Loufhan, Mary Ann I58, I62 Lovafo, Dee 44, I30, I67 Lowe, Jean 72, l25, I55 Lowry, Beffy Lucero, Eric Lum, Georgianna 87 Lund, Sonia 60 Luppens, Sandy 60. I39 Lusk, J. C. Lusk, Jerald Lufz, Ted Lynn, Ed Mc McCain, Lynn McCleery, Anne 60, l3S. McConnell, Dorofhy 45, McDaniel, Calvin 72, I2O, I22. McDonald, Barbara 73. McDowell, Edie McFerren, Ken Il2. McGee, James McGlafhery, Niki ll, 73. I38, l55. McGonagle, Gerald McGranahan, Ken 9, II, I8, I67, . 87, Maeda, Jean McGuire, Ray I9, McKeever, Paul , . 45, bl McKeIvie, Beverly , McKeIvy, Jill McKenzie, Barbara 45 McKenzie, Doug 72 McKenzie, Jerry McKin, Allan McKinney, Mary Alice , 45, ll7 McKnighl, Carolyn 87: McKnighl, Glenda 73, I27, I55, McMurray, Audrey llb, McNamara, James , McNeal, Sleve , McNeil, Douglas , McTavish, Sharon McVey, Gary .. McWilliams. AI McWilliams, Judy ll, McWilliams, Slan l24, M Maag, Helen 45, Mabile, Arnold 45. MacDonald, Alma 45, Mack, Bob I2, 73, Mack, Tom . ., Mackey, Glenda , Mackey, Monroe 73. MacNeiI, John 45. MacNeill, Myrna . 45, Maeda, Mildred Magnuson, Larry bl, I63, Mahony, Brian Maio, Emy Lou Mankamyer, Kay 45, Mansfield, Joann I2, Ilb, Marble, Carol March, Everell March, Tom Marick, Nellie 73, Markley, Marian , Marr, Max 45, l2l, Marsh, Ida , Marsh, Roberl 45, Marshall, Arnold , r Meyers, Norma Micheles, Diane Mickey, John Mikila, Jean . .. Milberg, Barbara Miller, Bobby Miller, Charlolle Miller, Darlis Ann 73, IOB, Miller, Georgia , Miller, Jack Miller, Larry Miller, Maxine Millsapps, John Milsom, Clark . Milchell, Calhie , , I4, Milze, June .. , Miura, Dale Miura, Marian Miyazaki, Carol Mizoue, Carol Moe, Carol , l32, Mohn, Judy Mohr, Marilyn I9, 46, l3l, l44, Monal, Anne . Monroe, Janel . Monlera, Miss . Vlonlero, Daniel Monlgomery, Lucy Monlross, Kalie Moody, Belly , . Moody, Gall Moore, Bill , 87, 73, bl, 73, I3I, I55, ., . 73, l54, 236. 46, 45 . 87, Isabelle ,,,,, .. Moore, Carol , Moore, Rosalie Moran, Moreland, Kennelh Morey, Gene , Marshall, Belly Lou Marla, Marslon, Muriel Pele ,, 45, 237, Marlain, Don Marlens, Audrey 87, 45, Morgan, Joyce Morgan, Kaly . Mori, Rfki .. , Morila, Janel Morris, Mary , Morrison, Gaylord Morlenson, Marcia Morlon, Phyllis . Mosbo, Alvin Moscon, Bea Mosley, Julie Molis, Roberl . Moll, Jane Moyers, Jan Mueller, Sandy Mueller, Slephanie . l08, Mullins, Dorene Mullins, Galen Munro, Donna Murlin, Marie Myers, Jan 62 Marlin Charlolle Marlin Diane I64, Marlin, Eiane Marlin Evelyn Marlin Harold bl, I48, I64. Marlin, James Marlin, Lois , Marlin Torn Marlin, Wayne Marlinez, Della bl Marlinez, Helen Marlinez, LeeRoy Masche, Gwen Mason, Sandy Mass, Vincenl Massard, Donald bl, II4, l2O Maslers, Barbara Malhews, Joan 45, Il0, I54 Malhews, Marilyn bl Malhewson, Jeanine bl Malsumolo, Gerald 73, IIB Malsuoka, Blaine 73 Mallhews, Grady 45 Maxey, William 73 Maxwell, Edward 45, II2 Mayborn, Carol 46, II5, Ilb, I32 Mayo, David ., Mays, Pally Meaders, Carole l3l Medina, Sylvia . Meek, Jerry Mellah, Bruce . Megill, Susan 73, Ib4 Meichali, Sili Mellon, Sonia 73, l3I Mench, Susan Mendez, Dave bl, l3O Mendoza, John Merrill, Wayne Melcall, AI Meyer, Linda 9, I55 N Nading, Mary Ann Nagamine, Jane , Nakahodo, Jean Nakano, Krisline Nakala, Geraldine Nakaya, Linda Narracci, Leonard Nalani, Anloinelle Nau, June ,, Negomir, Barbara Neilerl, Warri Nelson, Carla Nelson, Kurlh Nelson, Lynda Rae Nero, Oren . Neville, Allred Newhard, Carol Newman, Wendell Newlon, Richard Newlon, Ron , , 46, I40, l54, l3l , ,ll0 5 ',,, 6l l3l. l55 l3l. l55 46 Ilb bl. 236 88, 73, 46, 46, l5l, 74, I9, 46, I45, I45, I59, Noe, Delores ....,. Noe, Wayne Norlon, Lloyd ,. , Nollo, Ron , ,, Novak, Louis ,. , Nuanes, Bennie . bl, Ilb 46 Nunez, J. C... .. O Oaks, Audrey . Oaks, Helen Oaks, Jean ,, , O'Brian, Karen . . O'DelI, Charlene O'Dell, Charles O'Dell, Ina Dee Odle, Billie Lou Odle, John H, Oeslman, Belhel Oeslman, Jerry , Ogan, Ann ,, Ogden, Barbara Okimolo, Jane . Okino, John .. O'Leary, Tim Olim, Augusl , Oliver, Rulh . . .. Olsen Jeananne ,, Olsen Kay . , Olsen Larry Olson, Bill ,, ,, Olson, Dave , Olson, Janine , , Olson, Judilh .. ,, O'NeaI, Joyce , ,, O'Neil, Grace ,, O'NeiI, Marge , O'NeiIl, Bernie Opper, Karen .. Orin, Jayne , Orr, Ronald Orl, Vema Lee Orvedahl, Barb , Osaki, Marian Osborne, Leroy Oshiro, Charles , Oshiro, Elsie Oshiro, Gladys Osler, Dan , Osler, William Oslergard, Donna Oslrom, Joanne ,,47, I08, Oswall, Lois , Oll, William Ollo, Monle Overholser, Bralelh Overlon, Eugene Owens, Sandy Ozias, Doug P Pabsl, Caroline . Page, Philip , Page, Ronald Pamalal, Shirley Panallona, Gene Panion, John Panler, Janila Paolino, John 9, I9, 47, I39 Paradisanos, Michael Parce, Frank Parker, Penny Parks, Alice Parmakian, Julie Parsons, Carol Pass, Bob , Passarelli, David Nichol, Pal , 88, I20, Nichols, Ken Nichols, Rosalie Nickell, Margie Niebur, Monly Niemer, Anne Niles, Shirley Ann Nielsen, Shirley ., Nishi, Sayoko . . ,, Nishihara, June Nilla, Owen Noble, Eva , Noble, Tom ..,, 88, 46, l56, 88, l57, lb2, , 46, , , 88, 88, IIB. Pallerson, Dorolhy Palli, Mary , , Paulsen, Carole Pavlekovich, Eileen Payne, Nancy , Payne, Richard Payle, Joyce Pearce, Richard Pearson, Kennelh Pease, Ronald . Peck, Joe , Peckumn, Delberl Peckumn, Donna , Pell, Lynne , , , Pendergrasl, Audre Penn, Donald Y Pennell, Elhel . Pepper, Colberl .. 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Rulh , . 94 Queen, Donelda 62, l28 R Radcliff, Gerald , ..I33 Ragland, Janel 75, I55, I59, 243 Rarney, R. L., 62, I39 Ramsey, Andi . . .l08, l56 Ranis, Margarel 89, II9 Ranum, Cheryl 89 Rasmussen, Slanley 48, l59, 264 Ralclill, Tom , 89 Rau, Don lb, I9 Ray, Bill , . 75 Ray, Janel , I2 Ray, Linda ,. ,, 75 Read, Don ,..,,. . , ll2 Reddinglon, Janice 75 Redman, Mary Ann , , l20 Reed, Bill , .l2l Reed, Carol ., 75, I27, l67 Reed, Karen ,,,, . 89, I2 Reed, Marilyn , . ,, ., , 89 Reeman, Deanna , ,,,l38 Reese, Willard ., , l48 Rellow, Judy , , ,, , ,IO9 Rehder, Lois , 90 Reichel, Janel ., .. 90, I63 Reid, Donn , , 62, 255 Reid, Elsie ,, ., , Reilischneider, Jack , , .,... I22 ,, ,, . 48 II8 Reising, Avis 9, 48, l3B, I74, 245 Reifze, Alberfa I I7 Remmel, Wayne I28 Rennes, John IIO, I20 Reuland, James 62, I64 Rewerfs, Larry 62 Rexus, Fred 48 Reynolds, Paf 9, I9, 244 Rice. Gary , 264 Rice, Roberf 48 Richardson, Jim I66 Richardson, Judy , 75 Richardson, Sue 62, 239 Rider, Marilynn I32, I64 Ridge, Howard 62 Rieb, Kenny l20 Rieck, Nancy , 62 Riesberg, Renee 90, I63 Riggs, Sally I22 Righ, Ernesf . 75 Rink, Elizabefh . 75 Riordan, Charlene I33, I42 Rifchy, Joan , , 90 Riffer, John . l59 Roach, Ida 62 Rob, Freddie 242 Roberfs, Joyce I65 Roberfs, Karen I74 Roberfs, Merle 253 Roberfson, Gayle I33 Roberfson, Jeanie II7 Roberfson, Norma 90 Robinson, Dan 48, II2 Robinson, David 90, l5B, l62 Robinson, Earl 75 Robinson, Jerrold 75 Robran, Ed 48, I46, 257 Robson, Eveline 48 Rocchio, Arlene 90 Rocchio, Eileen 48 Rockwell, Berna Kay 48 25l Rogers, Ted 48, I43, 257 Roley, Carolyn 62, I33 Rolufi, Marie , 90,, I26, I64 Romey, Mary 90 I64 Rood, Jere 48, I4, l4l 258 Roof, Bud 48, I29, I37 253 Rose, Rifa 62 l48 Rosquefa, Lily 94 Ross, Donn 90 Ross, Mariorie 75, 243 260 Rossi, Al I64 Rofh, Pafricia 48 Rofhs, Jane 239 Rofhmeier, Laurel 62 Rolhschild, Nafalie , I4, I6, I7, 75, I28, I20 I55 Rowden, Lida l32, I55 245 Rubel, Louis 48 Rubel, Paul I39 I6l Ruby, Nelson 62, l39, I64 -255 Rucienski, Helen , 24I Ruf, Marian 90 Ruff, Dolores 48 Ruff, Mary 49 Ruiz, Carmen , 90 I28 Rumsey, Eunice 49, II6 I65 Rundall, Sian I47 l52 Rundle, Dinny 264 Runyan, Roberf 49 Rupp, Clason , 63 l58 Russel, Sarah 90 Rusf, Harry 253 Rufferford, Nancy 49, I27 245 Ryan, Dick 49, I2l 257 Ryan, Judy I55 Ryan, Kafhleen 49 247 Ryan, Tom II6 I33 Rybiska, Mary Ellen 49 Ryken, Jean .. , , , 49 l27 S Sabino, Marjorie ,, II9 Sackman, Rosemary , 247 Sagraves, Mary Anne 49 Saiki, Alvin , . ,75, IIB 26l Sample, Jean .. H, ,, II7 Sample, Linda ., ,I55 247 Sampson, Garry ,, 75 Sanchez, Pafrick , , 90 Sandberg, Charlene ,,. 90 Sandberg, Frank , . . .... I49 Sandberg, Larry , . . I22 Sandberg, Roberf , ,.... . . 49 Sander, Arline , M63 II6 Sanderson, Mr. George I45 Sandlin, Ellen ,, ,, . 75 I55 Sanford, Jackie Sundquisf, Joy Sanlangelo, Margie I I, Sarge, Roberf Sass, Richard Safo, Mildred Saum, Carol , Sawyer, Renee 75, l3l, Say, Hiram .. , .. Sa lor Ernesf .. Y I Schaberg, Barbara Schaefer, Grefchen . . Schaefer, Ken, . . Schank, Bonnie .. . ,, , Schafz, Barbara . , , Schah, Laverna . , Schauerman, Gale , , Scheele, Gordon ., Scheele, Sharon ,. . Scheideman, Jack Schellenberg, Barbara Schellenberg, Marvin , Schimpf, Beffy . Schindenar, Jack . .. Schiofh, Nancy ,....., . Schlagel, Arlene , ,,,, , smii, Lois I4, so Smifh, Beverly 50, II6, l57 Smith Bill so, I2 Smifh Bonnie Smifh Bruce Smith, Carole Smifh Charlene Smifh, Charles Smifh Dennis 50, I47, Smifh Farabe Smifh Gordon Smifh Joan Smifh Leonard Smifh Linda Smifh Marilyn Smifh Mariorie Smifh, Melvin Smifh, Nancy Jo Smith, Ned Smifh, Paxfon Smifh, Sharon 63, I29, Smifh, Smifh Smifh Smilh Shirley Ann Thomas Vida William Suffer, Merlene Suzuki, Geraldine Swaim, Judy Swan, Mary K. 19, 142, 144, Swan, Meridel l2, 64, Swedlund, Keifh Sweney, Befsy Swenson, Kafhy , , Swiesi. Mary , Sylvesfer, Pafsy T Taber, Jane Tacomo, Mary Takeguchi, Elaine , ,, ,.63, I53, Schmidt, Elizabefh Schmidf, Richard Schmiff, Norberf , Schnegelberger, Amelia Schneider, Bill Schrapp, Carolyn Schreiner, Bob Schroeder, Bob Schrofh, Nancy Schulfz, Charlolfe Scoff, John . Scoff, Laural Seaberf, Paul Seabranch, Bob Seabranch, Fran Sears, Larry Seaver, Don Seedroff, Carol , Sekera, Charles 49 Selee, Carl , Selee, Kennefh Seelee, William Senfy, Kay 75 Sefh, Kay Sevilla, Jerry Shaffer, Sara Sharp, Vivian Shavlik, Carol Shaw, Rich 63 Shelby, Elaine Shepard, Marge Shernick, Roberf Shiba, Amy 9I Shiba, Sian Shields, Kafharine Shigernafsu, George Shimabukurc, Elsie 63 Shimer, Paffi 76 Shine, Richard Shinely, Richard Shinseki, Grace Shiolas, Pauline , Shively, Jo Shnoyer, Judy Shoaf, Tom Shook, Duane Shoff, Fay Showalfee, Wesley Showallee, William Shull, Glenn Siberf, Edgar Sickles, Norma Sieler, Margaref Sikes, Davis Simermeyer, Al , Simi, John , , Simmons, Beffy Simmons, Joyce . Simmons, Randolph , Simpson, Fred Sifzman, Shirley . Siverfs, Alyce .Il, 63 Skaff, Lorraine Skaggs, Lesfer Skarda, Richard Sherfich, George Skidmore, Sam Sleppy, Judy Slobko, Joe , Smaldone, Mariann . Smarf, Donna I I Smifh, Yvonne 9I, l2O, I25 Smookler, Gene Snodgrass, Beniamin Snyder, Larry 50, 237 Snyder, Rodney Soderlum, James . Sommers, Lynne 63 Sorge, Bob Spahr, Ervin 8, IO, 50 Spangler, Jean 76, l3l Spifellie, Janef Sprenger, Curfis 50, I52 Springsfon, Marcia 50 Sproles, Paf Spurgin, Eileen . 63 Spyksfra, Grace 5I, l3I, I53 Srb, Chuck Sfaach, Rosali Sfacy, Rifa Sfahla, George , Sfallings, Deanna Sfamper, Dr. Sfark, Frank I47 Sfaver, Beffy l2, I9, 63, IO9 Sfeadman, Liz Sfeele, Cleophus Sfeele, Shirley 5l Sfegner, Richard Sfehwien, Denise Sfeinhoff, Bonnie Sfellmaker, Kay Sfencil, Leslie Sfenson, Jeaneffe 9l, l25 Sfephens, Ellen 5l: Sfephens, Paf Sfephens, Sefh Sferwhelfer, Jonafhan , Sfevens, Bill Sfevens, Charlene Sfevenson, Don 63 Sfevenson, Lyle Sfewarf, Norman Sfewad, Ramona 63 Sfewarf, Rhonda Sfines, AI 76, II2 Sfockman, Dick Sfoelzel, Wally Sfolfe, Richard 76 Sfone, Carpline Stone, Charloffe 63, l4I Sfonefelf, Eleanor 5I Sforsefh, Morris Sfory, L. S. I39 Sfrafe, George Sfrafman, Sidney Sfreeb, Ramona , Sfrock, Rudy 5I Sfrole, Russell , Sfroman, Linda . Sfrong, Judy I9, SI, I74 Sfruble, Ann , , 9I Sfull, Jane Sfulp, Nina Sfurgis, Chuck , Sfufler, Doug 9 I, 64 Sueda, Jane , Sullivan, Kafhleen 76, Summerfield, Clinf ll2, I45 Summers, Carole Sunada, Leo , I45, Sundell, Anne , , . Takeguchi, Lorraine Talagan, Sfella Tamplin, Caroline Taniguchi, Sophie Tanking, Bud Tanlring, Mary Ann Tanner, James Tanner, Jerry Tanner, John Tanner, Marvin Tapey, Cecil Taylor, Ardefh Taylor, Charles Taylor, Donald Te Maaf, Paf I I fen Bensel, Tesf, Marilyn Bill I2, Thacker, Sylvia Thafcher, Dwain Thaxfon, Diane 76, Thibideau, Bob Thoelcke, John Thomas, Freddie Thomas, Kay Thomas, Loreffa Thompson, Bill Thompson, Connie Thompson, Jo Ann 92 Thompson, Maxine Thompson, Shirley Thompson, Wilma Thomson, Eleanor Thornsby, Aarona Thornsby, Lydia Thrope, Dave , Thyfaulf, John , Tidwell, Roy Tiffany, Ke Tiller, Fred H Tipfon, Sally , Tisfhammer, Marfha Tiernagel, Lois Tobias, Ma Toda. Beffy ry Lou 52, I3I, Todd, Richard Tomes, Sha ryl Towers, Bob Townsend, Judy Townsend, Shirley Tracy, Jan Traufman, Arlene Trekman, M. K. Trembafh, Jeaneffe Trembly, Dwayne . Trefheway, Trimble, Bil Trimble, Ka Trimmer, D Paf I Y ick Troudf, Phyllis Truan, Connie True, John Truiillo, Carmelifa 64, l3I, Truiillo, Dan Tsukamofo, Frances ,, , Tucker, Peggy . . Tulk, Tanya Turner, Mrs. Glen Tuffle, Maralyn Twombly, Aaron Tye, Geraldine , 64 SI 76 l54 IIO 5I I27 l57 IIO 9I IIB 64 92 5I I40 l4I l52 I55 I55 92 5I 5l 76 I25 92 5I I3I 64 122 I47 76, I28, I49. I I8, 76. 92. 52, 92, l57. I4B, 76, 64, 64, 52, 52, 52, l37, 92, I I I I I I OTIS BROTHERS MEN'S STORE 65 Ii2 77. I55 U Uden, Judy Uhlir, Sally Ann Unlerscher, Richard Uplon, Tom Urrulia, Janice Usel, Kasina Usel, Slanley V Valdon, Cameron Valliena, Erneslo Van Anne, Nancy Vance, Barbara Vandenbos, Curl Vanderhool, Tom Vandqrill, Ronald VanGundy, Sharon Van Horn, Sondra Van Pell, Melba Van Tine, Roscoe Vashus, Cliff Velul, Jane Venegas, Mary Venen, Leonard Verbiesl, Darlene Vermeer, Carolyn Vermeulen, Annelle Velesk, Susan Vickerman, Dave Vieira, Elza Viers, DeLance Vigil, Jane Vondy, Donald Vole, Pal W Wackholz, Paul Wada, Lois Waddell, Bernila Waggener, Phil Wagoner, Clill lo, I9, 52, Isl. Wakayama, Myrlle Walby, Jean Walker, Jean Walker, Pal Walker, Slan Walkup, Denny Walsh, Norman Warburlon, Rulh Ward, Sharon Ware, Barbara 77, II7. Warmke, Roman Warner, Belly Jane Warner, Bonnie Warren, James Warren, Pal Warren, Richard Warren, Sharon 77, Warlh, Frances Washburn. Carol Wasinundl, Belly Walerman, Roland Walers, Glenda Walers, Mary Walson, Jerald Wall, Marilyn Wallon, Wally Weber, Barbara Weber, Jerry Weber, Margarel Weber, Maudie Websler, Deana Wegher, Rosemary Wagner, W. W. Weibel, Paul Weigand, Pal Weigel, Margarel 52, I59 52, I58 64 92 52 52 77 II7 52, I60 52 64 64 77 I33. I38 I74, l4I, 92, lI2, I45, I32, I43, 65. 52. 65. 52. I09, I43. I22, 92, 65 239 92 77, l57 92 53 Weigel, Norma Jean Welker, Michael Weimer, Jeanelle Weingarlh, Mary Weiss, Richard Lee Weiss, Verle Weissinger, Roll Weil1el, Mary Lou Welch, Donna Welch, Jan Welch, Jane Welch, Nancy Wenclel, Roberl Wendl, Shirley Wenger, Janel Wenger, Sue Ann Werking, Ann 93 65 I3B, I55 65 65 77, I28 93 93 II, I4 25I 243 I62 I28 I64 92 I33 I26 92 I3I 92 I27 257 257 92 239 64 76 I28 II7 I3O 264 I64 I62 52 IIO 92 I49 77 77 52 I32 II9 25I 264 259 65 52 52 I29 264 264 l24 I66 52 239 I I4 65 l22 l2I I I0 l2l I55 77 I60 52 l53 I25 25I 92 52 I66 243 257 243 I60 249 I64 I39 92 I20 I I0 93 I24 I53 245 93 I I7 l2I I25 l29 247 247 I27 I29 .53 I28 ,53 239 Werner, Sue 77, I55, I67, 236, Weslerberg, Jim 77 Wesllall, Julianne . . . Wharlon, Delphine . Wharlon, Joe , . 53 Wheeler, Ann 9, I2 Whilaker, Calvin . 65 While, Carolyn 77, 249 While, Ellyn .,,.. . While, Grace 77, I55 While, Janel , , While, Lynn I09, I27 Whilin g, Lila , s Whillen, Barbara Whyman, Larry Wickham, Orris Wicksl rom, George Wid, Roberl , Widener, Sharon Wiggins, Sue ,. , Wilcox, Don , Wilcox, Herberl .93 53, I43 . 77 93 77, I38 , 65 Wilcox, Sharon , I2 Wilkinson Palrick , Wilkinson Roberla 53, I I0 Wilkerson, Ed Wilkerson, Slan Willard, Fran I28, I55 Williams, Ann . , 93 Williams, Darlene 53, I27, I3l Williams, Dick , .. Williams, Janel , l57 Williams, Kalhryn , Williams, Kay ., Williams, Sandra Williams, Wendell 94, l22 Williamson, Jane . . , Willis, Sylvia , . . Wilshire, Lois , Wilson, Danelle Wilson, James Wilson, Jean ,,,, Wilson, John L. , Wilson, John T. Wilson, Judilh Wilson, Ken . , Wilson, Rulh , 53, I37 Winchell, Larry ., Windecker, Marquila , ,. Wingell, Susan . Winium, Barbara Winlgleman, Sherrill . , Winler, Sharon Will, Jim Wixon, William Wolfe, Gerald , Wong, Arleen Wong, Winnie Wood, Barbara , 93 Wood, Carol . , . Wood. Leslie , 77, I45 Wood, Tom , Wooden, Richard , Woods, Bob . ,, 53 Woods, Lee , Woolard, Harry ,, 93 Woolard, Luanne ,. 65 Woolen, Alicia Worburlon, Rulh Worden, Marvin Worlhy, Fred , Wragge, Waller . Wrighl, Gerald Wrighl, Joyce , 77 Wrilebol, Gayle 53 Y Yacomo, Mary Yanage, Welsy Yardley, Cheril Yasulake, lsamu Yorke, Darryl 53, l6l Yoshida, Reuben . 65 Younl, Doren I4, I9, 53, Yuen, Belly 53, II9. Yuhara, Kalhy 65. Z Zado. Helen , Zahourek, Jon 93. Zamboni, Floyd 65, l26, I45, Zeger, Earleen l42. Zerlas, Rulh . Ziegler, Bob .V Zimmerman, David Zimmerman, Gary . . . Zimmerman. Twyla Zirkel, Sue ,, , ,. ..77. Across from lhe Camlield ladle TEWELRY CO. DIAMONDS-WATCHES-GIFTS NU! BROWN'S CAMERA SUPPLY, INC OUALITY STEREO 34 HI-Fl Across from fhe campus CAMERA EOUIPMENT NORTH SIDE OF CAMPUS ON l6TH GREELEY EL. 2-4784 Clough Furniture Co I2I5 8+h Avenue GREELEY, COLORADO Home furnfshings for 55 years BENNETT CLEANERS Gucronreed Dry Service T214 QH1 Avenue, Phone EL. 2-32IO GREELEY ,x"' 15' NASH STUDIO 917 16th St. Phone El. 2-9431 'l7Vegf1fz7ws Qxfffzcvliys 011 yifc " A GOOD PLACEMENT PICTURE is second to a personal interview KiIey's Drive In Cleaners and Shirt Laundry ir 820 16th Street 920 9th Avenue Hillside Addition 'A' EL. 2-3295 Compliments of c00K'5 DRUGS Greeley's Prescription Center 804 Eighth Avenue Phone EL. 3-0929 TAMMANY JERRY Greeleyls Largest Photographer l', t 'JP AST ' 'O ' C 0A l S R E S Nflfau 8I7 IOM S+. Phon EL 24302 MEADOW GOLD DAIRY GREELEY, COLORADO 704 8'I'h Sf. 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