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

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The library mcunfanns a ready access of matenals for all students and provides a pleasant atmosphere for academlc endeavors l . 'fd' "7f' 4 . lr, l , 1, f 1 4 fx . - . ,:, -.1 , --.sg-:Q"'.:V LJ, 'xv-'L' ..'.' ,- ,vp-. ..A.,,.A w -: V, , -X: . 1, 251- 3-QQ. w' - . .W-Q -3 ' 4 'x 'x,- - x ,, x, 11- by .f'fff' .. , N . ., XO. . ., .rc .,-, - f fe N ul, ,,f,g-y u Q! I J 1. 1 4 4 P' .A 4 fl 'Ax- .ff Q.. ' is 'Tw ,. X L! A ,LSL . .fir E ll Hfillf IIA' If llfll Q17 ' i .1 A, sg 'lp ,Ll K, KX R , ' gy i H ' . A: 1 Ll! 1 A Q-x i ll- 2fiQi f s ll'-X . ', . . :lk : i 117 4 'Y ul x 'V V 1 1-lf:-ji 4 , .Mir fm-wi...i...3jfwwf-,t,,yL-u--takin .- , ., 64,41 I yg,x ' ' 4 1' ,1 K , , - ,, x . X ' ' .Fun X - V 4 , rf .YM , , -Wyyagzmggfswxh' emi 1 x A I 44. Jr 4 .54 I Mn. - . 1 4 Q.. -cbd, , ., Y. ,, g- t , ? ' " ' ' V' 4' , ' l 'f',f',1f- wa A,,.4s-ed.. ' fi-I--y,..J,..v. g L 1' ,S ,,,.1 ?i:sn4,,s,,q 4 I F - Q,s,.vr:::.'-,P ' I .zgfqgggg-3'4g:,f Q1.,,i ,31 ibzg-gx yg.4f, , , . ""' ' itll - -M .wif-1 JH? ' 1- , 1-' - -um.m.-aww' .f , , ':la4l" , ANY? S1211-247:13 ',-'Xl5 1s'1:,-1--, ,5- -a ww. . ' Wmwwew-tffww-'w fm- f 'Q f-iftrlwgfmts.yf5i,:f.zfs:'li1,:giRf!-A fikilffwtmfhff-fl-125gm,-1.i' fs.:--1 Af- , ,. . ' i 1 Garden Theater, almost hidden by winter's heavy snow, is the heart of much campus publicity and affords a convenient poling place for the spring elections. Spring and summer concerts are held here during the warm Colorado evenings. f ' f ,. ,,. , ,V ,-". ,I f"xl if 41. f 1 K., , ,-'Z' w XX ,f " ' ,.,- f X -.1 .. 1' Scene ot the activities ofthe Associated Students is the Student Union. Early snow didn't slow down the activity carried on in this building which houses offices for the various honoraries, publications, and other organizations. Colorado State's fine athletic department car- ries on most of its activity in Gunter Hall. The well known chimes are rung here in the bell tower to mark the hour. The men's gymnasium sees varied athletic events, dances, speeches and concerts. I , 1 or iz- fin? 'b"m . ' if ,ff 5:3-Jw.. , ... L' ' -4341 Only an hour's drive from The CSC campus is the resort town of Estes Park, known Throughoui the world for its year round playground in the heart of the maiesfic Rocky Mountains. 'QD ,gb H, wt . t A!-.'a".t'. 358559 -11. fha I Zin jlltlemuriam Ralph E. Johnston, assistant professor of English and News 'Editor at Colorado State College, died May lO, l960. Mr. Johnston, noted for his quick wit and perceptive reporting, joined the CSC faculty in November l95O. His background as a professional newspaperman enabled him to provide local and state editors with excellent stories of campus events. Student publicity chairmen of campus organizations found him always ready to help them in promoting campus activi- ties, Much of the material appearing in the weekly Mirror came from his typewriter, Student editors wrestling with the first edition of Fall Quarter found him ready with helpful advice and a large quantity of news stories ready to use. Mr. Johnston was the author of three books for young people and a number of magazine articles. His books are "Buf- falo Bill," "Stagecoach Trail" and "Old Tangleeye-," a Literary Guild selection. He took great pride in the authentic background of his writing and his books have been valuable for use in schools. Mr. Johnston entered newspaper work in Colorado after his graduation from the University of Kansas school of journalism. He worked on the Fort Morgan Times and the Bent County Democrat before joining the Greeley Tribune editorial staff in 1935. ln 1945 he bought an interest in the Loveland Herald-Report, where he served as editor until l95O.. He was a member of Sigma Delta Chi journalism fraternity and Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity. u :F1 A ,1 -.-wx Lg- . lf, s s L , 1 'A "'.'x ' 'O l 4 U l xilql . ' . I Y 1 f 'll' , . ' L -' lar: : li PR w " . . N K ,. 1 I lf. D -M e -.: 3 l LE qv ,Q Y --...Z Dr. Langworthy poses in her office and by fhe bulletin board of ihe famous Liffle Theater. Checking cosfumes and admiring work well done are only a part of many responsibili- ties. ' . ..f -J '3 4 ' Direding and encouraging, Dr. Langworthy gives advice fo lwo actors for an upcoming play. 2 A ll r 1 .J xl 'x 1959-1960 Student Council 'vas' President Pot Harris '48 T? Vice Presidenf Secreiary Business Manager Leo Sunodc Mary Camblin Al Elmon? -03 QM' Lecture Series Sfudenf Union Board Freshman Represenfafive Suggesiigng Committee Bob Asmus Doug Brown Gerry Becumon? Terry Cypriun Q 1 , Q 'I wax ' NIH ,Q Q Publicafions Commiifee Charier Commiflee Sophomore Presidenl Assembly' C0f'f'f'1iff99 Fred Cuckow Don Kelly ' Gary Loo Glenda McKnight E . fd fill S "Fir Y , Arfisf Series Commiffee Junior President Calendar Commivfee Monfe Oho Rich Pearce Ellie Harris 6' 1' 6 B' I' :P ani 'hyd l A Elecflons Commiffee Senior Presidenl Freshman President CGITFPUS C0OfClif1Cfi0f1 Karen Hadley Bill Stevens Rick Wernfz Arm Wheeler Campus Coordination Committee Left to Right, Back Row: Keith Meagher, Tom Heggie, Nip Landry. Row One: Carolyn White, Carol Seedroff, Ann Wheeler, Chairman, Fran Willard. Student Activities Committee I' Q v1 P' 7' .X vi Left fo Right, Back Row: Pat Reynolds, Chairman, Carolyn Lake, Dick Urbana, Ron Newton, Linda Meyer, Bob Schroeder, Gary Lao. Row One: JoAnn Thompson, Dottie Haug, Jan Welch, Roberta Jones, Judy Bowe, Judy Knecht. Student Union Board ws-1 , , i W v,.,, Left to Right, Back Row: Jerry Kelly, Don Fanganiello, Rich Harms, Doug Brown, Chairman, Bill Grote-luschen, Wes- ley Weslrum, Sponsor. Row One: Jeananne Olsen, Paula Garrett, Myrle Haulala, Lenore Purcell. Student Publications Committee v-' . Q5 "W Fav Left to Right, Back Row: Freddie Thomas, Buzz Karstedt, Bob Matchett, Gerry Beaumont, Fred Cuckow, Chairman, Joan Peif, Row One: Janice Knight, Madeline Maiewski, Geraldine Sauer, Pat Marker, Bev Chamban. COLORADO STATE COLLEGE ar GRFELEY Annu-ed swam, swam. U oh. an mf Pfmam- Fel low it rdentsv Iwfwlld 11k ana fqnfpfexyr sry eougerunruv- urn so vfvvgwalle. 'I had am me exre rresz-serv. Iaisiv rust. Qaaurr. :or yuur I wzcfy each rn me remamder yuu may choose a wir e fo take mme uyruununrny Lu persunalry any each and every une of you for your support much has made my term of cftycv emu always re-me-mt-er We pleasure r nsyu meme 1 have gamers wane Serymg as your to express the Studerw. Courvci1's appre- falth and trust in them. of you every measure of continued success of your college career and in whatever S y0U1'1Xf9'5 work! saneerexy, Patrick L. Harris' President Assocrated Students Pa? Harris Presidenf President and Staff Al Elmont Business Manager 1-5 Larry Wolfrum Eleanor Early Peggy Gerlach Assislonf Business Manager Presidenfs Secrefary Presidenfs Secretary "7 ,v"'f7" 'X Bob Asmus Gary Boles Doug Brown bl Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities I I h Karen Hadley E ecnor Ear y lorry Eic er Ev fem 'YY' Fred Cuckow Rich Harm 6 -o-sq, 4 Q 'R' f is 1"x"Q Q-fx :Qs QL nik Eleanor Harris Pat Harris K H Jim Hrusko Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Roberta Jones Marilyn Kunkl Steve McNeal GI do McK g L ? 1 .. i l Slon McWilliams ye .--7 it d .J Chorlohe Miller Dorlis Ann Miller Cdillli' Mivchell Who's Who in American Colleges ond Universities Monte Otto Pol Reynolds Betty Stover Fred Tiller Q d if' N, is N., -wg-xx. .5 ' 0 " F- .T ., ,Wx v ,qiFXe.,:R-.- Q X N ,QYX Wa fi apical nl-4 , V Ni Sao x 2-:,fx'l"f, +'1Qfsi'5i'g? 'rfifizqkg ig ' 'G 7-X x ' x 'Q sg x 5 ke ,K 'Vps - 'V' I' -A J '--4:1 Marilyn Test Marian Miura Al Reitzenstein Bob Diaz Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Photographer Cache Ia Poudre Staff fi Leroy Kitzmcn Heather Kitzman Sharon Wilcax Ann Wheeler Art Editor Assistant Art Editor Layout Editor Greek Editor VX 4:-7 uv' 1 , WR' . Rich Harms Mary Harms Ruth Warburton Fran Willqrd Sports Editor It ,ix Outstanding Staff Member Sharon Wilcox Sharon Wilcox has been chosen by the Cache la Poudre staff as the outstanding member of the 1960 staff. Sharon has served as Layout Editor for the past two years on the Cache la Poudre. She has been active in publications work for four years. While in high school, Sharon was Assistant Layout Editor her junior year and served as Layout Editor her senior year. tx A ws' 0.- fm '95 4 TY 7: ,s . : so Ccnhie Mifchell Burbvrd Vance Edifor Assisfanf Ecliior Mirror Staff ar 'Vx Lois Tiernogel June Hopkins News Edifor Assisianf News Edifor 'e 'FF G36 Jane Tilden Copy Eciiior , qc: Eg K, we--' if Koy Burke Helene Just Wes Cook Ed Diaz Layouf Ediior Assisfanf Luyouf Edifor Sporfs Edifor Photographer . X15 Mirror ,J .vd so :Qtr r ,1 5 n'+' ,4 Staff Candids ' TIITTTI f I ' 'QP 'Ml , "Deep concentration? -NAM 1-.1 ,,' , -5-1 dmv' Q..-f n 1 I . - ff l ,. f . vi -J Q I ..- jf .- N-...qu x . . ..,... ..,..-,,,..,.,..-v The Edifor's birthday calls for a pariyl yi' 1 Gerry Sauer Tolem Queen Totem Staff Nr Z' 1 Don Allen Edifor Ron Pope Craug Bcnley Don Stevenson Bob Duaz Asslsfunf Ednor Business Manager Busrness Manager Phofographer E351 :isa-1 E' E S. :- E -K Wil' WYE, .51 S, 57Hffj,:v QL, 'Y U W 1-1- i FACULTY F 1 Tia I R., .l . E5.iF,,E,.: 4 MSF .,.- 1 4- --g-E,..T i I ' xg X 5 X X Za Z O YW ii ,,,-- ,I ,,- A X Q f N X vw NY f f x 1 Rx "---5. ,A .ff-1 ,-.... X X ff ,ff .X , df ffy ,ff if il I iff-. f Jef ff X 7 X 4 1 4 i I I f 5 X , Q 1 M - Q... T.,QxA, Y 1 if - ilizfifv Q Q .. t . I Up 1 X ,v-:k.?f' ' 'vw ugymiik -4 R :Fi Za if ' ' gg. -:R 115, 24? Xi iff. O .1-A .,n f-W .X f gg egg . ll I I 4 A -11. n I X Q ,. '1if5,.H-"L 1. ' ' ' 1 '- xi -ceq, Donald Gilmore Decker, Ph.D, Allan RDY Elllcif, Edin- Dean of lhe College and Direcfor of Summer Sessions Lyman Graybeal, Ed.D. Secondary Educalion 30 Administration E. Dean Coon, A.M. Edifor of Publications Q le Q ' 9 John Barron Fulbright, Ed.D. Sum Gerald Gates, Ed.D. DEW' of Mer' Difedof, 5lUCl9f'l T9Ufl"l'19 Dean of the Graducle Division I img . -A , f gf? cw 'TMQQIQEX fgB'5'Nlha Q RQQTIIWI' f WI.: :nh Ralph Edwin Hargrove, A.M, William Huffman, Ed.D. Ralph E. Johnston, A.B. Director, Sluden! Housing Dgfecpo, of public Relqfions News Edifor 'Ns li: ' Administration A ., wi.. . ix' . .on igfi 'A ,ah H ,,1g-,fy X5 'il 2 'M' .. 'Q 4? X. 3 N Nik J 'V 1 YE i X ' ,M X . N Effie , YQ , X YV ' 4, Q . E X C . X Frank Pierce Lakin, A.M, Admissions Counselor x'-,3,"1l.,, V3.5 'Rf bf sn '5- All x H. Merle PUYSOHSI George Sanderson, A.M. Jack Show, Ph,D, June E. Sfuckey, A.M. Supeflniezdgni Dig'-"ld""95 Direcfor of Admissions Deon of Sfudenls Dean of Women on roun s M?" Y g ,gf -'A 1... I .,.ffff'fe,!?T C2 'nl Ecrl Zwefschke, Ph.D, Glen Corbin Turner, M-BA' Tony Dole Vaughan, Ed.D. Wesley T. Wesfrum,.A:M. ' I I Co,-,Holler Difedof, Special Drrecfor, Sfudeni Aclrvrhes Drrecfor, Counseling Service Educafion School 31 11: -' , -X 'v ig . -f X. j 1 l J .1'- D 3 - . K ,R 9 Q - Y i-.RYQINEL l . 'X i ' S - idle . , .. -"fl, il George W, Muhlbach Raberf J, Owens Capiain Major 1 1. ,A Q """e v 1... 5 1 L Tekla Bekkedal Edith Brummer Irene Bagan Virginia Cosfello 32 Division of Air Science 7 "Q, Charles E. Perry Jack E. Sexson Marion H. Shoup Capiain Capfain Caplaln Library K, if .ul ii' wr '-Q3 "mn, Wilson B. Koruna Major Division Head l N91 'Q I. -al-if - A I' :ma 2 Q 4 l I '0- Q3 -wi Josephine Hun william D. Phoenix Vivian Tilden Marfha Law Arlene Rudash ff F PQ fc:-T Daniel A. Seager Head Librarian -'-4 Kenneth F. Perry Division Head Division of the 1 fv an i i Arts xx 1-7' X' Mr. Mariani assists Larry Sandberg in Drawing class. Clarence T, Bgub Richard F. Ball Watson Bidwell Eugene S, Carver Harry E. Collins i 4 Q ,N -:...' 1 - f I -., 1 I: ,Q x N L , ,,. 'QA ri s. A X.. X , A f 4 I fb IN' 54-LJ g:+ 3... Anne F. Eiland William R, Erwin Francis M. Johnson Ruse A. Leacock John l.Maricvr1i Alberta E. Reifle Richard G. Ellinger Rhoda F, Hall Frederick D, Kagy J, Max Lubbers Vera I.. Newburn Welby B, Wolfe 33 K 1 Edward J. Kelly Division Head -sg- ,K Q., John E. Bofhell Fern D. Cazel Susan J. Clevenger Harold Bowman Amos L. Claybaugh Vincent A. Cyphers Division of Education Anna M. Fagerlie Lyman B. Graybeal 'l" gp Ethel Hansen Kenneth J. Hansen Mariorie L. Harkness wg-1 fs Xp-. Martha L. Harrison Jesse G. Hause Beatrice Heimerl Q.. A -7 Qc 'Q s A-1 la- 5 ! Tyrus Hillwoy Bernice E. Hunn LeRoy R. Kerns Klass Kramer Alice J- lewis 5effY L- l-OWYY Kenneth E. Hogan George L Jones Eugene Koplitz Frank P. Lakin Donna J. Long Arno H. Luker 34 un. l . 1531, '. g .Wikia .5f"f'5-I7' ' 15:15 ' 21. w .,ig:,I 5, L ' ,g Y-- ls. 'Q .W K sTg52?'aseg - 1.5,-Aux. ag ". ' 3 '- --1 , .: Q--lj:-4-' " ' ..., -.-1 " ei' NNN' x - ,,,' .fri - 'RFI' Lf'. " " K . Ln ..,5i?P2f?'Pt11f16Y: v+-f ' T77 rif'7?'?ffTs?.'1::lfm' Q' u A i ' c 4... uv .vu 1 Cl? lf x Carol L. Luley Charles W- Mcl-Gin James B. Miles 'lx ...-Q--!lA:,- Y S .. -s A x. .Qi . W- Q H 2 Arfhur J. Mitchell Alvin O. Mosbo William D. Nelsen -v. I' xaxf Myrne B, Nevison Glendon P. Nimniclmf QV' M? ard' 4- L fs- Howard D4 Ninemires Fred A. Sloan Eye,-en Vgn Mqqnen Leonard C. Walsh Roland C. Waterman Gladys P, Whorfon Wayne Smith Tony D. Vaughan Raman F. Warmke Herman M. Williams Earl T. Zwefschke 35 il ,, 9 Division of Health iz Qi ' Physical Education es-: MJ :'fS2511:2iE:.+.: Lonis C. Bufler Division Head 'HE' 'rn ' 'f'oSvf. I 'ix A-Q :- in .5 . . "Didn'l know the men of Sherwood Forest were admitting women." nm - Q f E.S,L N: ' , Mary A. Behling Robert L. Blasi Jew- Cave Howard G, Daniord Jule S. Doubenmier Warren P. Besl John W. Bunn Vincent A, Cyphers 1 5 fx uqv. N. A ii Q ni 4-1 Q ws .., he Margaret E. Everett John W. Hancock Jessie E. Latham Guy G. Reiii Wesley M. Slalon Angela Van Anne James E. Genasci William C Heiss Vlfgil Y. Lindahl Anthony Rossi Doris C. Sleffy Gloria Williamson 36 Neal M, Cross Division Head Now - if only those fextbooks would be read wifh as much interest!" Division of the Humanities X, il Thomas B, Burnam Marlin Candelaria Elizobefh CUUWY Shirley M Cflfflfl' E Ne0lC10vsser- Raymond L. DeBoer Forrest W. Frease 4 -Q -,, Tx QQ 5 . vi --9 Y ff George G. Gates D0"'Uld L. Holley Helen Lan9W0V9l'Y Marvin L. Mendell Florence M. Meyer Wendell R. Sfcrr Robert S, Graham Leonard P. Landry Leslie D. Lindou Wilma B, Merlan James T. Nardin Sylvesqer R Tguggqinf 37 . Q 4,,. f 'nf Esfell E. Mohr Division Head Division of Music Y ' 3 1' ft , vm fm Snr .1 ' j ,f S. John E. Chadwick Dale Dykins John H. Fluke Don Garlicll Marvin E, George Blanche Ginsburg 6s.1 fff Q If -N A Q ,.. Ruperf M. Gaodbrod Edna M. Hoydar Robert J. James Carl G. Melander Dwight E. Nofziger Paul H. Sfoner William T. Gower Rita J. Hutcherson Ralph R, King James E. Miller Claude M. Schmiiz Wayman E. Walker 38 i Harley F. Glidden Division Head Division of the Sciences X L.. K An involved physics problem engrosses lhe scientific mind of G professor and .-vs. his studenis. :L !T.., iff fi,. ,m 1 1 W .: , 1- ' Y Y f c v B VL e Q. - ,, N as l i 1 X 4 X x LN A Wallace Aus F0reSi N- H5171 Jack H. Hafferkamp Fred L. Herman William G. Koch Affhw D, Moi,-,gf Qi ii- ...-as T '14 -':'p R 11' x M... Louise A. Neal Kenneth V. Olson - x., .,.- gr- Q-f' Dale O. Pcnerson William D. Popeioy Joseph L, Shoemaker Ben O. Thomas Dale E. Woernef PU'-ll W- Plol-'il ECllfl" M- Selberg Maynard N. Stomper Oscar W, Tollefson Peter W, Zehnn 39 - 1-"' .7 -sm 1 . ad F X leslie D. Zeleny Division Head Division of the Social Studies l N' XC' Deon A. Arnold George A. Boech Harold P. Christensen .i .1 or 1 11,5 5 5' I' 96 -I. , 'B 51' ,.4"1r? -1 ' D Q 1 4 John R. Mickey Richard A, Perchlik Francis R. Qucmmen Leon A.Pasiulor1 Pauline C. Pogue Arihur R. Reynolds 40 J b i. . . 4 ., gi ' V 4 . Z , ' fl ' SEQ ' U -Y Davis S. Tovel John S, Welling Nicolaus .l. D. Versluys lee R. Wes! informal discussion group S, L --, T- . . 9. , f v' ' ,x .bass-X, f XWQ Mis. ' Y lwtxlfr 2' 5' . 'S 1 Laboratory Schqgl Q w 'X L . F L Y, if , fx Muffin Cdrldeldfid Shirley Curriur Anna Fagerlie PW 7 Mariorie Harkness Donald Holley ' V Q 4-., 2 W . 11 91 . -,, 5 5. A,,q it , Nd fr 'fp ' 'x xr 5 Q I Louise Neal Dwight Nofziger ph .fs - ,-... Q L Le. SE X SQ si Y Edna Hoydar Robert Jameg Bernice Hunn George Jones CFR, . . n Qfo if 5:4 Q.-...mf , 4,.-- i x -, .Q 'Rafi Q 'L .,,.ff' ,L B , , L " ' J 2 Q' r Y . Richard Perchlik Guy Reiff Pauline Pogue Joseph Shoemaker l l .J , K f Q A g , A ' Q- 5 , Fl - -1 : U e ' P ' I ' ' Q L E551 ,. , LeRoy Kerns Direcfor Marvin George Cb N.. QW' l if Ralph King Betty Lowry Wilma Merlan Leonard Landry Hal McMurrough Lydia Miller . 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Greeley James Adams Phys. Ed, Menosha, Wis. Barbara Agena Elem. Ed. Honolulu, Hawaii .-,- I Q2 s '3 Q7 QQ fx -v . lv-. An Angela Allen Fine Arls Colorado Springs Mariorie Allumbough Elem. Ed. Sugar City Perfidia Alvarado Foreign Long. Colorado Springs . -o 2? Bar. er Margaret Baker Elem. Ed. Idaho Falls, Idaho Peggy Barnard Home Ec. Fowler Reggie Bair Phys. Ed.-Ind. Arls Longmoni . ,K , gf B . one a ...N -5 .. .. ,.,, + .Va , Donna Anderson Phys. Ed Greeley Lee Anderson Molh Sedalia Nina Anderson Elem Ed. Gould -A. s. 'ig Richard Anderson Fine Arls Minneapolis, Minn. Don Andresen Hislory Denver Donald Andrews Bus. Ed. Lakewood, Ohio if' s.N -.Q Sr Dale Becker Elem. Ed. Denver Wallace Belden Soc. Sci. Grand luncfion Darrell Bellamy Soc. Sf. Lirflelon I. Jean Andrews Speech Biloxi, Miss. George Archulevo Hislory Durango Barbara Arnpriesfer Malh Orclway 'KK .lE' S-ww' 7 .5-.,.f Qi-ae v-v Don Bender Biol. Sci. Colorado Springs Sue Benson Elem. Ed. Arvada Bob Bernd Bus. Ed. 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J. 63 w 4l mio-L..,,l V-X , i..- g.,,,, , . . - Nam.. -aibbquh F 1 'Q' ' " -n...,,,4hd I X QP' ilx 1 , i l l v 4 'E , dx I ,.--I -Q- 11 Q. 0 i Cv -5 Mary Marchun Grand Junclion Bill Maxey Aurora Sonia Melton Pueblo 64 Jean Mikita Mafheson Loren Miller Arvada Darlis Ann Miller Pueblo Calhie Mlfchell Sturgis, S. Dak. June Miize Broomfield Jerry Moose Colorado Springs ,-5 .-5 l. 'S ,- a rv? 71" -3 Jan Morifa Hilo, Hawaii Sfeplwanie Mueller Wyoming, Ohio Linda Nakaya Kelcaha, Kauai, Hawaii QL", wa' June Nau Yuma Mary Ann Nelson Willislon, N. Dak, Kennefh Nichols Montrose L l ,Z G Karen Nordhausen Wauneia, Nebr. Tim O'Leary Denver Modesfa Opbroek Fairfax, S. Dalc. WN R' X xi ld My yr? dwg!! Nui' .4, -sa E -J ..-,gp Qu Judy Orr Maslers Phil Page .lohnslown Benner! Pearce Cheyenne, Wyo. Y 95' 170'- Richard Pearce Holchkiss Judith Pearson Tiskilwa, Ill. Elaine Perham Denver srfl Geor e Perrin Engllewood Edna Peterson Brush Elizabeth Platt Lincoln, Nebr. Wx .aa M? s-S. 1.-1 Carol Reed Denver Robert Richards Pueblo David Robinson Greeley Jerrold Robinson Alvin, Calif. Patricia Robovslcy Morshalllown, Iowa Sharon Rockhold Powell, Wya. Gerald Romine Palisade, Nebr, Linda Romine Palisade, Nebr. Lida Rowden Lo .lunla 14X -43' 'Z' Pairicia Poffenbarger New Boslon, Ill, William Post Greeley Joyce Pofler Greeley Q Qc, eff' "'?. .4 3? Alvin Saiki Kappa, Hawaii Eleanor Saiz Pueblo Raymon Samec Pueblo A Orene Price Laurel, Monf. Jean Putnam Boulder Karen Pulz Wesl Union, Iowa 4-2, Linda Sample Denver Greichen Shaefer Longmonl Barbara Schellenberg Ealon Bill Ray Greeley Margie Ray Rapid Clly, S. Dalr. Guy Ready Pueblo .Fi- Marilyn Schiffman Logan, Ulah Merlin Schiffman Logan, Ulah Carolyn Schmidt Slrasberg 65 "ww l F 6' v? :A E, 'Q x Y x r 5 "K, Nancy Schmidt Denver Bob Schroeder Lakewood Carolyn Schropp Milliken QQN K7 Q, . S... 7-X 427 vi. LB.-,. 1. William Smifh Vicior Melvin Sonnemcm Haxtun Jean Span Ier Willardg R- T? v r Shirley Schuldt Deep River, Iowa Jane Scoh Cedar Rapids, Iowa Kay Seniy Lafayelfe 'Y'..'l' 5 L , 4- , ,X Q nf i 'S rg ' Q G' ,nl 3 Peri Steen Albuquerque, N, Mex. Norma Sieinberg Shawano, Wis. Alphonso Sfines Denver Kr 'Q--' -Q 4-of f-'- .-f Gayle Shannon Patti Shimer Pueblo Medina, Ohio Carol Shiery Grace Shinseki Arriba Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii Melvin Shimada Richard Shively Honolulu, Hawaii Vernon 956 -fb. W.. av! Y, is Richard Srolfe Bealrice, Nebr. Jane Siull Glenwood Springs Mariorie Summers Holly GS , M.- , Ax i x 'P W Behy Simmons Colorado Springs Mclrlys Simpson Waferloo, Iowa Donna Smart Edmond, Okla. 'bi qv-Q Bernice Smith Pueblo Carole Smith Pierce Tarn Smith Oifumwa, Iowa Wai ,l v-or ws 'SK F Qi +34 "QW 11:11 Clinton Summerfield Val Taylor Fred Tiller Cheyenne, Wyo. Monlrose Arvada Carole Tcneishi Charles Tedrow Maurice Tinsley Honolulu, Hawaii Pueblo Holly Dorothy Taylor Marilyn Tesf Shirley Townsend Brewsler, Kan. Custer, S. Dak. Denver 3- sv' 1:27 55' Gordon Tydingo Arthur VanTine Delance Viers Lois Wada Finley Wallace Jo Ann Wallace A ana, G m G l ' " 9 ua ree ey Furl Morgan Lihue, Hawan Pueblo Pueblo me iff' 'Hit W-ZW "Y . Ti' E ' X 1 I.: l.. X ". H -E 3 X win '- - 141.-1, me - E X - - 4-Q --1 , 4 "fx , -: f N , Nix: Yi V X f 3 ' - Hz, vw SVJ W3 IU' n-'1 lf-ff' ever' WWF naw--rf Elaine Wallin Julianne Wesffaii Chicago, lll. Thomas Weniworlh Greeley Rosalyn Werner Newton, Kan. Sidney, Nebr. Carolyn White Denver Sharon White Powell, Wyo. 3 ' .14 W-f Roberl Wid Paxfon, Nebr. Kay Wilkinson Kansas Cily, Mc. Dennis Williams Boulder -sq, 'sw Joan Williams Wray Gary Williamson Audubon, Iowa Ivan Wilson Carr FSC i fn, 'A ,..,.ny 'Z lies? Ruth Wilson Rapid Cify, S. Dak. Larry Willerdink Haxfun Gary Woodward Denver Marvin Worden Loveland Ralph Yates Whilfier, Calif. Sue Zirkel Wes! Allis, Wis. vs., R ,, s . JSR , -A.: K. n'r W. ' I rift ,J , ' 'T' S . ' SQN . , ,: ' - 1.355 1 J xf U is 0' 3 I ,K .xr Left to Right: Joann Thompson, Vice Presidenfg Gary Loo, Presidenrg Peggy Gerlach, Treusurerg Jud KnechY, Secretary. 68 Y Sophomore Class i s 46 'T .N 40' JK -sl "" ,..-.- -5 Q- 1- . 'K an Nd fr' 1 Y "vu L g -155 -v Carole Adams Joyce Aricell Vay Archbold Mary Ater Frank Boca John Barber Lakewood Burlinglon Hoxlun Denver Greeley Colorado Springs George G. Adams Carol Anderson Eleanor Arroyo Quefla Augustus Ronald Bailey Judy Barnard Littleton Greeley Cheyenne, Wyo, Denver Brighton Denver Lou Aden Steven Anderson Mary Askov William Ayres Sandra Banwell Greichen Bauer Golhenburg, Ne-br Greeley Delano, Minn. Powell, Wyo. Fart Collins Loveland ,Z od .4 'ff 'IT' -ggi x .fi -'M' Q, A A 2 an up ife 1 R Q 'F' , - wi- i """ Y Q... '-.1 .S . --H' " Rosemary Behn Hamplon, Iowa Karol Benglson Idaho Springs Lois Berry Greeley Roy Belz Marie Bleakley Ruth Ann Bower James Braun Barbara Brown Prospect Valley Margarila, Canal Zone Colorado Springs Pinckneyville, lll, La Salle sylvan Bzbbo Rebecca Booth Betfy Bozen Sandy Brooks Bonnie Brown Albuquerque, NA Mexy Ardmore, Okla. Denver Palisade Englewood Louis Blanc Lynda Bowen Mai-il n Brady Sharon Brooks Dirk Brown Coyle Rock Craig Granclllunclion Denver Axlell, Nebr, 69 aa v--5 co- 0 , Gary Browning Greeley John Brunner Windsor Cora Bunn Cheyenne, Wyo. WK hx T' so 19' by 11" 83,1 tr x Kay Burke Colorado Springs Debbie Burkett Denver Alice Burns Liiflelon ....., if F' 5' George Collier For? Lupfan Dennis Comerford Wesifield, N. Y. Darlene Conover Denver 70 'Er .' D N., -1 .-1 -1 Marilyn Copps Rapid Cify, S, Dalc. Linda Cornish Arvada David Cox Long Island, Kans sn QW, X 'sz . K x J ! " ,-an ,.q. Sara Bush Betty Cameron Gothenburg, Nebr. Sferling Rosemary Buck Barbara Campbell Belle Fourche, S. Dak. Denver Janet Bursch Chuck Cassio Hopkins, Minn. Trinidad nw '- N i f -5. A J Zi .- ,Q f j "iw fu i ,- 42" is-5 'L f' I Skip Chambers Eagle Carol Chandler Yuma Judi Chrisfensen Audubon, Iowa G- P ug- '1--p Shelia Claar Golden Claudia Cleavenger Lakewood Annabelle Cliff Denver V' I-r-v v' .f?""bs I !:J-9 .qv 4 T57 4' Ron Crispe Carr Kathy Crow Cheyenne, Wyo. Deborah Crowell Oberlin, Ohio Kay Curry Denver Velda Vee Declen Venango, Nebr. Sandra DeMarcus Denver Karen Dickey Greeley Dolores Dilworih Monlrose Carolyn Dobbs Sfeomboaf Springs cf. Bruce Dobson Scoffsbluff, Nebr. Karen Dolphin Denver Dee Downing Denver ,197 ',,,,:x fi-R J-24 - r, 5.- Jcxcqulyn Emerson Denver Norulene Erickson Cheyenne, Wyo. .lun Eshe Aurora Nita Espinoso Del Norte Frances Eher Loveland Anabel Fehrn Forf Lupfon 'X ,. 6,1- i NN dl-. ,4-.,x I, 'fc afv Meri Gossoway Littleton Gene Gates Craig Peggy Gerlach Grand Junction rv. its ,..qq. F? --4' -4 3 gn-I Martha Hanson Minneapolis, Minn. Dorel Hardy ss' - Patsy Gertge lliff Gaylord Gibbs Greeley Marilyn Giem Lakewood 9 FTTV'-"""" ' 1 i X Re 'ak Q A A- 'Q .f Connie Harrison Gering, Nebr. Danna Harvey Montrose Denver Larry Harrington Geraldine Horshmon Homer, Alaska Wiggins 72 1, .J Q2 is . 1-4' X Q., i ,f 41 .mm 1 w t, 1' ' 4x nik r"7 Nm:-.. r'C' '1'1'7 Cv-x Ted Giles Nancy Goldsborough Wanda Green Denver Paonia Broomfield Karen Glade Pat Gorton Annette Greene Grand Island, Nebr, Golden AfVUCl0 Yvette Goings Louise Green Buzz Gunnison Englewood Greeley Denver ib- E ox Q-,-v -Q I was B' 3 T' Richard Haynes Greeley Gary Heath Faribaull, Minn. Joan Heintz Colorado Springs Q04 Cf' -:F 9 fv- x n l l I' 1 Carolyn Hermon Sterling Deon Herman Derby Charles Hidemon Englewood 1 'Er Sally Hill Longmont Lola Ann Hitzing Boone Marilyn Hoffman Rapid City, S, Duk, . Lucille Holligan Fort Dodge, lowo Gail Hanamura Denver Elaine Honda Wahiawo, Hawaii av- fd ie William Hoffmann Colorado Springs Donald Hoks Grangeville,ldol1o Tom Hood Greeley G? vf "7 ilu, 3' 'Q fb i. af 4 f 133. Y r-rv X7 'W' Q" Lynne Hopkins Mary Ann Hosfeiler Karen Johannes Greeley Denver Germg, Nebr. Alicia Horn Nadine Ice Roby' l0h"50"' Akron Englewood Golden Michael Hosokawu Juoniicu Jimenez Carolyn Jordinelli Denver Husller, Wis. Bf'9l""0" Helene Just Englewood Ted Kufer Derby Mareni Kcxppius Wesf Poinl, Nebr. Buzz Kursfedt Lynn Kellond Denver Wheclf Ridge Arlene Koutz Don Kemp Proctor Aurora Paul Keil Judy Kennedy Gilcresl Springfield, Vo 73 v- -i Geraldine Kim Honolulu, Hawaii Sharon Klart For! Morgan Judy Knechf Rapid cny, s. oak L , we l . 1 . fl in my 'E-"' 'T Mary Knot! -lUdY Kring Minfurn Denver Edna Kobayakawa PUUlEl'lU KY'-'m Honolulu, Hawaii Greeley Sandra Koenig Carolyn Lake Greeley Fort Collins f"i ,..4' 'i' Y.: X NN-J fv- Cl: -6 Jolene Lasley Deer Trail Larry Leffler Ealon Allan Lewark Lakewood , .A John Lewis Arvada Gerald Libsack Greeley DeAnna Lighfsey Wray r kt N -,f Reber? Lind For! Morgan Mariorie Long Oak Creek Tom Losasso Wheat Ridge 'X . -ei T -1-'P hiv Nf- -...1 vu- gs -QA Carl Lucas Colorado Springs Shirley Lyons Grand Juncfion Vincent Maes Cheyenne, Wyo. Gerald Malmsrrorn Reber' Mczvchett Aulr Denver Muriel Marston Carolyn McKnight Wesrern Springs, lll. Greeley Evie Marlin Gary McVey Greeley Lamar Karleen Melander Greeley Mary Ellen Melloff Hugo Alfred Metcalf Arvada' Norma Meyers Arvada Frieda Michel Greeley Marilyn Miller Dalton, Nebr. Tom Mims Evanslon, lll. .lim Mitchell Grand Island, Nebr. Marian Miura Pahoo, Hawaii --A-r' 'aiu- ,Lf Daniel Monlera Denver Gail Moody Denver Georgie Morgan Brighlon J '3' X f'9's qsvq X? pm V 3 1-'x ve . Q sv - th- V Vi xx ' m 1-4 "4P 'V 1-rc' Palricia Mount Casper, Wyo, Sandy Mueller Greeley Gene Nougle Greeley Carolyn Nelson Aurora Robert Newton Canon Crly Lewis Nichols Denver Margie Nicllell Karen O'Brien Genoa Sf. Francis, Kans, Louis Novak August Olim Denver Kailua, Hawaii Quay Oaks- Jeananne Olsen Colorado Springs Orchard I vs- 5 1 1""1 tv' Ee, Karen Opper Valders, Wis, Grace Orrell Hugo Donna Osfergaard Kremmling I Gordon Page Westminster Phyllis Parker La Salle Elaine Parsons La Grange, Wyo. Ethel Pennell Grani Phillips Sue Priehs Jim Ralcliffe Mary Ann Redman Lakewood Greeley Ml. Clemens, Mich. Longman! Denver Dick Perez Dennis Preece Lloyd Prior Ron Raikovich Judith Reflow Colorado Springs Craig Denver Denver Denver Linnea Peterson Carole Price Larr Puleo Jane! Ray JUUYW' Reief Snyder Forl Lupfon Englewood Olathe Gleflwoad SPHUQS 75 i --g XC' vu .Af .aw '32-s gs- ' 3 Gary Richard Brush Jerry Rickard Arvada Grace Richling Greeley rs , P ' ...- 1, .,.,--f X5-N' Q-tl x ff pr Q-8 555 Renee Riesberg Denver .loan RitcheY Holyoke Gayle Robertson Colorado Springs 0- .ex 'T f 9? i K-, x KI. 1 1 1' F Z ' Elaine ShelbY Judy Sl p Colorado Springs Lcfaygpygy George Shigemolsu Virginia Slggn Kailua, Hvwvii Toadlena, N. Mex, Carl Silber Yvonne Smith Falls Church, Vo. Greeley Norma Robertson Greeley Roger Ross Englewood Kathy Salisbury Denver ., il 'th ,-3. Sv. li, .0- 1 x . v- -' XV Brian Smith Pueblo Gary Snow Crook Kenneth Spooner Colorado Springs Patrick Sanchez Denver Dan Santry Colorado Springs Barbara Schaberg Colorado Springs Q Us ,-A A fi 'lf' Rita Stacy Kewanee, lll. Charlene Stevens Erie Rhonda Stewart Brandon, Nebr. V 4- --1, - -i 'A Q Q la 4 Q . ., '1,,,U N 'fi 'ff' E ? Bonnie Schank Greeley Fred Schmidt Denver Larry Schultz Brush 6, l zo. as 23' Karen Staakey Denver Ann Struble Ann Arbor, Mich. Anne Sundell Denver all Lorene Schuman Loveland Marie Seib Aurora Jerry Sevilla Cheyenne, Wyo. x -124 .-G, 'n ,, Q 7 X Joy Sundquisl Milliken Elaine Takeguchi Kona, Hawaii Lorraine Takeguchi Kona, Hawaii rw .- Carol Taliaferro Loveland Charles Taylor Englewood 'VV' Na fd' C... Q:-1 Barbara Tesf Cusler, S, Dak. Kay Thomas Sidney, Nebr. '1 ,- -.ri --9 wi Ni Maxine Thompson Wheaf Ridge Arlene Trautman Yuma Kcilhy Treckman Denver -2 'Ui 'wr 6 3' l i BW-F9 Rick Tralfer Oscar Valenzuela Tlvornlan Brighlan Dwayne Twembly Barbara Vance Laird Cheyenne, Wya. Rosina Usel Revo Van Dermark Basal? Park Ridge, Ill. fri 'Q -.1 -'v' 1' Q' :L 1 1 V. J, I 4. 11.1, E: 1' . I Dennis Vanclerhoaf Arvada Sharon Van Gundy Colorado Springs Gloria Valberding Akron we A Nr Lys QS. Diane Wade Denver Gerald Waliers Gilcresl Glenda Waters Monfe Visfa Mike Weiker Albany, N- Y- Nancy Welch Denver Barbara West Bremerfon, WGSl'l, Ellsworlh West Denver Wesley Wes? Broomfield Jean Wesferberg Denver Ann Wheeler Aurora Sharon Widener Orinda, Calif. Ruth Wilcox Palo Alto, Calif. it ,11- Danefie Wilson Englewood Norma Wilson Milwaukee, Wis, Janet Williams Lamar Susan Wingeh Denver Sandra Wong Honolulu, Hawaii Mary Young San Anlonio, Texas i 4 5 4 4 i ' 1 f i I i I i ii i i i i i i I I 1 1 i i i i 1 i X . I . i Left Yo Right: Rick Werniz, President Vicki Myers, Secreioryg Gerry Beaumonf, REPYQSEHUHVG-U"LOfg9j Merri Marti, Treasurer: Bambi Sheehan, Vice President 78 Freshman Class ' 1 ,lwlx 'luv 1.-f 4' I1 'ZF Y 119 Patricia Adams Denver Carmen Albery Denver Thomas Alison Denver ,-A Sharon Allxire Wiggins Joyce Amman For! Morgan Grefchen Amrhein Cheyenne, Wyo. Kathleen Anderson Colorado Springs Ted Arneson Erie Patsy Arnelt Denver S Yr-r Q"' Ann Barnhardt Golden John Barry Arvada Maryann Barfa Iliff Judy Bauman Greeley Judie Baumgarfen Belleville, Ill. Dorothy Baumgariner Greeley Lau Bean Denver Gerry Beaumonll Burlingame, Calif. Terry Beaver Denver Carolyn Ashby Englewood Sharon Atkinson Greeley Charmaine Bader Honolulu, Hawaii --N Jerelee Bailey Sharon Barber Iohnslown Greeley Linda Bailey Elmer Barela Denver Denver Charloife Baker Dorofhy Barker Haxlun Loveland X149 Ji-VW ,. 5 'iv'- 2' 5 il W l H i Pamela Belfield Sedalia Gloria Bendehi Glenwood Springs Donna Benge Slerling Pa' Bernhard? Jerry Block loveland Yuma Shirley Bezdek Judy Boh Lyons, lll. Denver Della Biffner Imoiean Bonham Canon Cily Denver 79 --vsewf-he S Peggy Boone Kirk Sher I Bor Lcrkgwooc? Joyce Bower Bloominglon, III. 80 5 . '17 Barbara Bowers Lakewood Jock Bruly Denver Ted Brilcin Denver 55 :ET Z, rr., , .fi 2, 1 U . ,.,gk.','-xl ,K Hun.. ., fn-gf , -,- . VY' , ., .. U ., 1 . . xi Q rv f va-ea-nf,-:Q x Sl-Q.. Eloise Brown Munzanolu Evelyn Brown Wheaf Ridge Wayne Brush Genoa ...ff Susan Buclwholz Denver James Burger leudville Helen Burnsfod Worlond, Wyo. -1 ,-r H--7' NJ it Q- A41 'I' Don Cain Fort Lupton Bonita Campbell Brush Claudina Candelaria Arboles 19 Pearl Cardenas Montrose Carol Carlson Johnstown Barbara Carson Leadvrlle Beverly Cawiezel Morrill, Nebr, Jaan Cesrnik Tl-iermapolis, Wyo. Sandra Chamberlin Hay Springs, Nebr. .r 'ir :CJ Carol Chambers Pueblo Beverly Chambon Colorado Springs Alto Chapin Greeley ,Q f. ' H N N 1 , Q '-xx X X has , 1 his ,y ' 3 ,.,,.A , s T -N r IRL , 'FQ ju,-if ,, s nf' if' ar' ,IP Edra Colvin Louviers Virginia Colvin Lakewood Roberta Conlin Colorado Springs Nancy Convis Bloomingion, Ill. Connie Cooperrider Brush Carol Carr Gering, Nebr. Janet Cary For! Collins Karen Cox Canon Cily Katie Cox For! Collins Es' V3 -fx F Bella Crespin Denver Karen Curington Lakewood Sharon Curtis Denver o 1' - . 9 Q CW ,, 4- ,- ps Vx. , G' -1 Q, , N i 1 . X, L Angie Chimenti Albuquerque, N. Mex. Jean Clark Evans Ernest Clare Denver pr ia? 4 Nancylee Davidson Grand Junction Janet Davis Grand Junction Susan Davis Lamar Georgina Coleman Greenville, Pa. Kay Collett Arvada Roger Collins Cheyenne, Wyo. JP" 'WH -sr :Sb ,U Nancy Douglas Halchkiss Pat Dyer Hampton, Iowa Duane Eaks Olathe M A fm-rss.. i-- y- M, 'T'7'i"i1 LJ- E il l A 1 - - K--msn. ., ., .1 . ., A X "Mi-"'-W, '+A H- if .- ........ , 1 1 , A - nf' , . A .4 -. ...N .,fF1 ,Q rvv' fy! .L ,A -:rr G7 is Sally Edwards Norman Engelbrechf Judy Fei? Charlohe Fields linda Freeman Linda Fulilll N Palos Verdes, Calif, Cheyenne Wells Fort Collins Collinsville, Ill. Boulder Cify, Nev. Kuncla, Hawan Patricia Eiferf Karen Farrar Jean Ferguson Rena Finkner 5l1GI'Ol'1 FTY Sally FUHUWQY Denver Chicago Hevgl19S,lll. Rapid Cily, S. Dak. Akron Canon City Hflof HUWCH' Sandra Elm Shirley Farris Sandra Ferris Kay Finlus SUfUl" Fviii Mike Gaede Farr Logan Sterling Rawlins, Wya. Cheyenne, Wyo. Lihue, Hawaii Gf99l9Y 82 X ll G Q 'S Q 3 B-x Tu-Q Judiih Geiser Sharon Gerken Norman Gifford Sandra Graham Frances Gurss Kay Hampvon Lo Vela Denver Canon Cily Denver Kirk Walden Gydg Gellerrnan Karen Gibson james Gill,-,en Bill Grebe Janice Haifley Mariorie Honners Rapid Cily, S. Dalr. Pueblo Marion, Kans Loveland Lrrflelon Lakewood Anne Gengler Judy Gifford Kay Gilmer Pavricia Grossnickle Alan Hall Sheila Hasenkomp Denver Arvada Howard Lake, Minn. Greeley Loveland Denver .,-'Y Vyrla Haherman Big Springs, Nebr. Willis Hayes Greeley Paul Heidger Lakewood W rl if X8 Er 'S 3 , lf fi ' ilnl Carolyn Helgef For! Morgan Judith Helsfien Denver David Hell Arvada Harriel' Herring Forl Morgan Jim Hess Henry, Nebr. Kay Hester Denver 453 +2 be Po! Hefiinger Greeley Richard Hill Denver Carolyn Hock Minonk, Ill. Gerald Hoff Greeley Denise Holden Slerling Lynne Holleuffer Alherfan, Calif. q-. 'L Linda Homan l fl Cheyenne, Wyo. Elizabeth Hooper Sierllng Jane Hopkins Grand Iunclion r i i 'T s 'O Betty Hoppes Maggie Huffman Denver Denver Lindo Hornbuclcle Margot Hurst Englewood Newton, Kans. Betty Hovde Mary Ann Hutton Boulder Kirk l ,, l - s y , 3' V, M s Fe V - i-43:5 " l pf x ' T' N g Jerry Kelly Colorado Springs Kathy Keough Fort Collins Mary Jane Kerbel Fort Collins 84 YQ 3 r.-Q, Barbara Hyslbp Greeley Melva Irvin Ordway Jim Jarvis Colorado Springs 3 Mercedes Jiron Denver Karen Johnson Longmont Mary Johnson Sioux Falls, S. Dolc. RTS ss.. 'C' Doreen Kerbs Windsor David Keup Mohall, N, Dali, Darrel Kier Yuma -.S Q- V Jacki Killeen Arvada Myrna Kingery Denver Harry Kissell Denver Lynda Kissell Palisade Vicki Klaaren Lewiston, Idaho Esther Klebe Menlo Park, Calif. Richard Johnson Englewood Lynn Johnstone Arvada Judy Jump Oklahoma City, Okla. C "sv Sally Klemer Lakewood Janice Knight olorado Springs Renetta Knox Denver Vernon Karlin Greeley Jerri Kehlbeck Bird City, Kans. Margaret Keller Monte Vista 'sr A7 Karen Kodama Kopaa, Hawaii Barbara Koenig Sterling Marion Kolsen Rawlins, Wyo. S 1? 'Y lf., Peggy Kowach Craig .loan Kramer Longmonf Dorothy Kroh Byers if 1 Linda Kuhnke Hudson Beth Lomb Windsor Evelyn Lone Coslle Rock ,, N X Q- A s .' we a L, 'v 9 Jeannie Laybourn Yuma Lynda Lee Cedaredge Sandro Lehfi Rawlins, Wyo. ,-Q ti' Betty Lende Grand Junclion Edwino Lesser Mead Leila Lewis Lusk, Wyo. .fry 1 evwwusf 1 -.4.'X,,. ...xi l X-lglillll Q Q, lhzflsll ai- -.7 Y v-, 'Q 5 .4 KT ,el 'Q' 177 Linda Lewis Jal, N. Mex. Jeanne Lichfy Omaha, Nebr. Louanne Lidke Englewood S 4 1 . -fb , K L Helen Linn Denver Eva Liifman Menlo Park, Calif, Neil Livzenberger Longman! 85 uv-f 10' Q-wr' we ..ll ., Carol Long Gill Par Love Henderson, Nev Beverly Lovejoy Greeley , N 41- Q Cqflu L,-,ff Pat Malone Merry Marti Merino Gering, Nebh Colorado Springs Cami Macponald Pofriciq MU,-ke, Nafcl'1iMatsunclmi Denver ldledale Omaha, Nebr. Shirley Muior Nancy Marsh Ronnie Maxwell Denver Denver Colorado Springs Q 1 4? S 5 Nbvk 5 7.3! 1? .P 'Z R ir' tlvv Nancy McKay Arvada Kay McLaughlin Denver Max McMillan Rapid Cily, S. Dall, 86 Mary Jo McMiIlin Jan Mensendick Leslie Meyer Grand .lundlon ' Yuma Middlefown, N. Y. Dian MCNEQ Karen Messinger Bill Millard Denver Roprd Crly, S. Dak. Montrose Glenice Meline Pafricic Metzger Marilyn Miller Ogallala, Nebr. Gordon, Nebr. Monlrose x Lou Nell Mayfield OPCI MCEIHHGY Waco' Texas Buena Vrslo 1 hn M C' Iulonie McElhinny o c ure Houston, Texas Colorado Springs Charles Mcllvuin Emma McCune P H A . Colorado Springs resco ' nz' .SQ lr SN tix Darlene Moore Menlo Park, Calif, Jean Moore Rapid cny, s. ook Wilbur Moreland .lulesburg John Mulvme l.ongn1onl Vickie Myers Pueblo Frank Nagy Torrington, Conn. f fi: l ... 'x vw-3'4" .Q ,,.f..v- Ronald Nay Powell, Wyo. Allen Neal Melbela, Nebr. Barbara Neill Quincy, lll. .Yi E Wi i 54 'MFL fiwfs are -,- N-rf ww-N 739' Becky Nelson Shenandoah, Iowa Karen Newman Sl'1enandoal'i,lowa Jennie Nislnimura Hilo, Hawaii ,rf ,pq Af' 3 'EE' Shirley Nixon wheui Ridge Nancy Numolo Evans Virginia Occhipinti Cheyenne, Wye. Linda O'Connor Marilyn Ollhoff Rapid Cify, 5. Dak. Slerlin9 Nancy O'Daniels Bonnie Olson Denver San Anlonio, Texas Rosalee Ohm Avian Olson Valley, Nebr. Herndon, Kans. 87 4 i err, .sw-my-. .. .f40Q' .sqf' A -1-wma, ..Sf"vxe:s "f- vi gf..-Q. i xx. o"'-f. 'A"'1l::r... " 'iizv 75' ya- .44 'vw 'T-ff Carol n Ord Council Bluffs, lowa Ed Osborn Denver Joanne Osbourn Denver 88 1.9 Patricia Paoluhi Hilo, Hawaii Sharron Palmer Lakewood Thomas Pangilinan Honolulu, Hawaii -S v. 3 b ,v 2 2' Judy Pclch Judi Pelster Denver Dalton, Nebr, Alice Puulius Herb Perulez Palos Park, llli Gilcresl Della Paulsell Lelane Perdue Holbrook, Ariz. Denver Mary Ellen Perdue Gallup, N. Mex. Farrel Persman Denver Sueva Peterson Greeley Ann Phillips Yuma Linda Phillips Wheat Ridge Sandra Folsley Denver -jim l l., il' '95 iq f M , sv, .. ?1.,s,,. X 8 , if .Tqr 1? ,xi Ellen Porterfield Shown mice Frisco Denye, Put Powell Moria Prichen Loflgmonl Southgate, Mich. KCIYW1 PVUVV Judith Rosle l-0f'9m0"'l' Sl, Francis, Kons. S f 7' i fo 'Sw Stella Ramos Mitchell, S Dolc, Jerry Rotliff Greeley Pcit Ready Cheyenne, Wyo. 4 ,. N' I isb- , 'sf linda Re nolds Greeley Evelyne Riddle Derby Karen Roberts Allegon, Mich. Sharon Roberts Denver Evelyn Robertson Glenwood Springs Eileen Robinson Denver i Lynn Roe Sioux Falls, S. Dol: Phil Romero Greeley Karen Roth Denver 51... .N A- x . 4' i 'K 5. Wi le if sv Jane Roush Englewood Rudy Salas Denver Gary Salimeno Pueblo Jim Sample Denver Larry Sandberg Greeley Jean Sanderson Colorado Springs Georgann Sandman Vicky Schmeeckle Morengo, Ill. Cozod, Nebr. Susan Sands Norma Schmidt Lakewood Sterling 5ClHdY SCl1Uf'li Charles Schneebeclc Greeley Colorado Springs yn? rr, 'CI' X Judith Schneider For! Collins George Schwartz Melbelo, Nebr. Judy Selcero Denver xg, 5 Qf if . f' ll . xl: Honey Selk Colorado Springs Phyllis Senatare Florence Dolores Sepulveda Denver 89 l Q . ' .v -M. l . q E tk K F .NYT , 4-' , s '4'-- 1 F .- t.V,'l 4 l .. v 1. 40, N.:-'1l'?hS..:4 7.--BTG s -1' :.,!'hA,: 3: -, -L Y . , - 1 M. un, .., .,, V ,. i Ive. . 'gf '!f'..,+,. lst., . . f, -P5 Y. 3 3- U 9 xc 151' x.p.1. r, "'-- we me f. -'s"1"- W fa? J' fn? ada' w,r,f,g,':N'l'. Lf-.is-Ei P45-59.1 ' X 4-f '.f?5."Z" "ah"i"f. - -'SC.ffZgaQ,f--w .95-YQ? " 'rr-5-I' -- gf' ,l"'u3 "' af' nv it-I" l ri. .pd R 1-J i V35 Pam Shaner Darlene Shaw larry Shulis Englewood Keyslone, Nebr. Meeker Jane? Sharp julie Shedo Nan Shupp Colby, Kans. Lakewood Denver Kenneih Sharp Mike Sheep-,on Barbara Sims Colby, Kons. Greeley Arvada 90 1 ' '35 239. A, -Q . C gqxzif. 'Q-.ef .,,s.u.,egif.v' .Ai-'f.f"' .Tj 'S . 'x.ei-E181 .4 .Q ...Blu ' -.. -,.. i 'C ,' ' "',rA ,X' K' - . ' U l . -1 ef -f -.Mme --Q ,Wh Q.. . .T H Q I-. + .. ' '1-2' ..X ,N safhl 4 Yf'4s,yQQ Sf: -25 5.51 .rue , Q- , Q umm i' 'W-f if f 'M I 1' we ef' -. 'fra r A.. ' . .,, -, .- ' Tx -L" -1 'iw ' 1' .-YT ' ' -- - .3 5.5.5 - f ee . lA :- l ' 31' ,f' - , ' fl lj ref '? , .. .. 1:2 ' ,. ...is : L g. V Wifi: ' , '- - v- ,A 4 5ff'ZLzag.G Q Nga v-.-g 27' fx' al' Nu '17 pb 4' Sf -s o Connie Sindf Sierling Ellen Sipe Las Vegas, N. Mex. Pat Slafer Greeley Q1 ,. Al Slavik Sayville, N. Y. Donald Smeaton Arvada Sharon Smelker Kit Carson Ollie Smiih Tucumcori, N. Mex. Susan Smifh Loveland June! Smolik Rapid City, S. Dak. i xv ., .1 Put Snodgress fre 2 Jeanne Sviehl Colorado Springs Belleville, Ill. John Spence Bonnie Sfoll Loveland Greeley Roberf Spencer Joanne Stone Denver Vernon E 1 F' 'Q 9' wp' br 75' C- cf -. . if ,lf X Q Floyd Sfraily Snyder Del Slricker Greeley Joyce Sfru bel Pueblo V. v. sh or w - f rf' Q-na. 3 7 'hr i N 4 Thelma Sueda Honolulu, Hawaii Charlene Swain Colorado Springs John Swennes Hugo Judith Taylor Mounfain View, Wya. LeRoy Terry Monfrose Tamara Tesone Frederick AK 5 li sf YES' .Q avg I ,nf Delores Tippelf Byers Joan Togashi H Wahiauo, Hawaii June Tuell Eckley Darrel Turner Longmonf Anneffe Utzinger Craig Victoria Uyehara ' Honolulu, Hawaii Wendell Van Maanen Greeley Chuck Von Nordheim Garden Grove, Calif. Mary Lee Waddelow Pueblo Olivia Wodsack Denver Eleanor Wagner Berlhoud Pam Walden Longmont Joyce Walker Windsor Barbara Wallace Longman! Manuel Wallenberg Denver Judy Thornburgh Colorado Springs Janie Tilden Greeley Judi Tinconi Aurora Audrey Waliers Elmwood Parlr, lll. Wanda Womboldf Longmonl Shirley Washingfan Denver la. R I-4-' ""'7 L ---9 X -W9-is l e 2 1 --, f- pf 'Wg..,N X. Z- PaIWasl1mon Ingrid Werikas Colorado Springs Colorado Springs Cynihia Weaver Omaha, Nebr. Judy Wells Englewood an V' 'i"" Rick Werniz Denver Chris Wesvlund Limon K -. Frances Weston Golden Hazel While Holchkiss nd? :irq 'NT ' K ix I' 1 p 4' Rae Ann Willsen Denver 'Don Wilson Meeker Doris Wilson Rapid Cily, S, Dak. 92 Sandra Wilson Cheyenne, Wyo. Sharon Wilson Longmont Doris Winter Amarillo, Texas Carolyn Witt Fort Morgan Emily Wolaver Loveland Margaret Wolfe Greeley Evelyn Wigh! Marilyn Williams Mary Willis Rock lsland, lll. Slerling Denver Nancy Wilcox Earlynn Willis Louise Wills Denver Colorado Springs Buena Visfa A 4 ls' w X7 ,-n.. ,CN -iv' X 'Q "1 Larry Wolfrum Marilyn Wyaff Margaret Youberg La Salle Denver Hayden Jane Woadham Kay Yamashiro John Zabrislxie Alliance, Nebr. Honolulu, Hawaii Denver Joan Woodward Mark Yorher Norma Zimmerman Louviers Cheyenne, Wyo. Rafon, N. Mex. Graduates 'F' . Q2 Q? R09er Anderson Joseph Booih Helen Butler Anne Engelsen Lamar Esbeck Regina Haefler Forl Morgan Denver Aurora Seallle, Wash. Allanlic, Iowa Fleming Eugene Boxa Donald Churchill Larry Engelsen Charles Harringlon Verlyn Johnson AHGVTYOGSS, N. Dak. Taylor, Nebr. Searlle, Wash. Loveland Bertrand, Nebr. fe ul' "'s.'- ab. fx ,, x H- ff' ,I f-4' x ' .3 Sion Kobayashi Ovid William Kyner Glenwood Springs Thomas McCourt Flint, Mich. 'J 'Ns -.X Leander Mendyk Arcadia, Nebr. Charles Miller Craig Claire Noller Lynbraok, N, Y. John J. Paolino Florence John Okina Hilo, Hawaii Shirley Peppers Greeley Paul Ploutz ,L. 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President Marilyn Kunkle Secretary Treasurer Janet Koerner Judy Reflow AWS Council All women students are members of Associated Women Students. It is the purpose of this organization to provide for the expression of the opinions of women students, to further the interest of all women students, and to develop loyalty and cooperation on campus. The council is composed of representatives of all women's organizations and dorms. Among the varied activities are the Freshmen Women's Tea, Christmas Party, Fashion Show, Miss CSC Contest, and the Senior Ceremonial. Lefthto Right, Back Row: Helen Henson, Marilynn Rider, Anne Sundell, Judith DeLong, Marily Kunkle, Janet Koerner, Coral Parsons, Marie Blealxley. Row Two Stevie Mueller, Marilyn Wyatt, Betty Stover, Rosemary Austin, Sharon Widener, Marilyn Deus, Susan Wingett. Row One: Judy Retlow, Sandi Lehti Eloise Brown Carolyn Helget, Charleen Macy, Darlene Conover, Cheryl Longacre. 9 t s 'S X 'it 'JF 4 ' kt at B J L N . P. l K ,L . 'N 1 ' Q X? 1 l X . .C Q F T T Yi X I N r-.X ,.' 9 Q Chairman Stevie Mueller AWS Activities Committee Left to Right, Block Row: Dorlis Ann Miller, JoAnn Huck, Margo Lamb, Margaret Cook, Stevie Mueller. Row Two: Guylo Coffey, Caroline Tomplin, Linda Cornish, Carol John. Row One: Phyllis Senatore, Sherron Roberts, Lindo Sample, Cherie Yardley. '35 . 1 Y V 2 v N: , 5' Q t' Us li' C-C QR 5 Qs x fax ,f' f"' 'N - 9 - . ' l ' is l -C7 I 3?-is Y? President f Vice President Secretary Treasurer Meridel Swan Pat Kolenc Glenda Mackey Janice Benson ssociation of Childhood Education The local chapter of the Association of Childhood Education was founded on this campus in 1953 and its membership is composed of Elementary Education majors and minors. The group works for the education and well being of children and encourages continued professional growth of teachers in the school, home, and community. The organization has both educa- tional and social programs. Left to Right, Back Raw: Janice Benson, Anne Richardson, Lynn Maynard, Marianne Kawamura, Geraldine Sauer, William C. Otto Richard Harden Jlm Richard son. Row Two: Meridel Swam, Glenda Mackey, Carolyn Lee, Jane Goodman, Carolyn Schmidt, Barbara Putzier, Masa Kito, Pat Kolenc Row One Judith Taylor Denise Stehwien, Betty Stover, Rosalie Cone, Judy Erickson, Hide Mameda. L , S 3 QW President Vice President Sec.-Treus. Chuck Hull Al Inwood Fran Willard Biorn Ski Club This is the organization of the ski enthusiasts, whether experts or beginners. ln the end, old pros of the ski realm had the new- comers whipped into shape. Weekend ski trips, movies, lessons, plus an abundance of snow added to the fun times. Left to Right, Back Row: Jim Dorsey, Pat Brennan, Jean Hoye, Bill Flenniken, Howard Gifford, Carl Marking, Tom Heggie, Rusty Dabson, Gordon Smith, Don Kurth. Row Three: Joanna Olson, Pam Lonseth, Susan Fitch, Jack Baillie, Myrle Hautala, Robert Wendel, Bill Moore, Marvin Worden, John Peterson, Julianne Perry. Row Two: Jane Scott, Louise Wille, Paula Murray, Fran Willard, Julie Parmakian, Steve Anderson, Cleo Bender, Jim Graybeal, Barbara Carson. Row One: Edee Dom' browski, Karen Putz, Sheryl Bory, Sally Klemer, Jean Boardman, Nancy Cassidy, Evelyn Wight. - s F1 - - A 99 .e-1 . A 1 ,J ii P J A- -dl 1 ""' Q1 X ,X l " " C I u b President Vice President l James Hruska Louis Baretta l The "C" Club is a service organization whose requirements for membership are earning of an athletic award along with being R voted in by the "C" Club members. The Letterman's club of CSC 3 has the following as part of its activities forthe year: the handling of the concession stand for football games, initiation and picnic in the spring, service to athletes of CSC and visiting teams, and the annual "C" Club variety show. l l t I Secretary Treasurer Ken McFerren Dick Trimmer V Left to Right, Back Row: Ken McFerren, Lean Johnson, Lou Bare?-ta, Bruce Peck, Dick Trimmer, Dan Fugita, Steve Farnham, Gary Boles, Gary Larson, Ronald Eng lish, Del Woelfle, Jim Hruska. Row Three: Wes Cook, Bill ten Bensel, Paul Wachholz, Jim Harden, Walter King, Dave Vickerman, Glen Vaughan, Denny Walkup l Don Read. Row Two: John Bunn, Sponsor, Larry Olsen, Lanny Bryant, Dave Passarelli, Chuck Chandler, Mike Larson, Duan McCartney, Don Kurth, Bob Blasi i Sponsor. Row One: Fred Bradley, John Johnson, Reggie Batt, AI Stines, Rich Shine, Buzz Gunnison, Max Mitchell, Don Andrews, Glen Estes. l l fx -A ff N e TOO 1 C" Club Show wr' iigsisifff.. Vice President Secretary Treasurer Monte Otto Sue Richardson Bob Asmus Choral - Aires The Choral-Aires were organized in 1954 from the best ensemble and solo singers at CSC. Membership includes 16 women and 16 men plus an accompanist. Exceptional vocal talent is the main requirement for membership in the Choral-Aires, students need not be majoring in music. The group has made professional recordings, has appeared on radio and television, and has made countless public appearances. Left to Right Back Row: Claude M, Schmitz, Director, Homer Grimes, Fred Tiller, Monte Otto, Leonard Glaviano, Bill Behrens Michael Welker John Dahm Bob Roberts William Callahan, Ken Johnson, Robert Asmus, Darel Hardy, Gene Wakefield, Charles Harrington, Jerry Johnson Blame Rowe Row One Betsy Gammill Diane Wade, Connie Harrison, Julie Hindorff, Jane Woodham, Sandy Bateman, Mary Ann Hostetler, Joan Cole, Men Gassaway Leba Bragg Lynne Sommers Mary Camblin, Benit Dahl, Sue Richardson, Evelyn Brown, Gretchen Brod, Glenda Hall. ' .-.,........,, f I 5 s l -f 5 5 we rl I 1 r' r X S4 S if , '79 President Vice President Serreyary Treasurer Edward Meyen Don Carson Rosemary Clarke August Zeitlow Council for Exceptional Children The Council for Exceptional children is a new organization on campus this year. Their main purpose is to acquaint all persons with the problems of exceptional children. Besides the chapter of CEC at Colorado State College there is one in Denver and two more will be added in June. Left to Right Back Row Peter Thornton, Donald Carson, August Zeitlow, John Millsapps, George Shigematsu, Myrle Houtala Johnnie Scott Gladys Luepkes Raw Two Tony Vaughan Sponsor Francis Cassidy, Rosemary Clarke, Edward Meyen, Lydia Thornsby, Hilda lea Krueger Karen Hadley Sharon Green Row One Marilyn Capps Denise Stehwien, Jeanane Olsen, Georgia Smith, Grace Orrell, Julie Gerretson. -, QQ. X ., Q V" r an ...4 preside,-,f Vice President Ed Scannell PublicifY Dick Williams Vice President Sec.-Treas. Publications Gary Erlandson Gerald Bryan Distributive Education Club The D.E. Club was formed on campus in 1954 by a group of students who wanted to give other students, interested in Distri- butive Education, a ground work in the field. Their purposes are to further knowledge in the field, to develop leadership, and to encourage ethics in Distributive Education. Membership is open to all D.E. maiors and students interested in the field. Lett to Right, Back Row: John Hettrick, Jack Knight, Calvin Whitaker, Paul Stenback, Andrew Fritz, Javk Hruska, Ralph Conner, James Ehlers, Ronald Fromm. Row Three: Carl Goer, Morris Evans, Danny Hatch, Fred Steck, Albert Miller, Martin Essman, Ralph Gleckler, Gary Erlandson. Row Two: Jim Kruse, Ray Mor- rison, Dave Zink, Fritz Jones, Kenneth Finken, Gordon Snowbarger, Fred Cuckow. Row One: Ted Will, Dick Williams, Gerald Bryan, Ed Scannell, Roman Warmke, Sponsor. 'D s IO4 Fine Arts Club The Fine Arts Club provides a social and professional organi- zation for art majors and arts minors where members can plan and participate in a program of activities in the arts and art education fields. Its purposes are to share skills and knowledge with each other and community groups interested in the program, to foster knowledge and understanding of creative art expression in child and adult life, to cooperate with other school organiza- tions, to integrate art with other studies and activities, and to promote creative ways ot teaching arts and crafts. from President Theodore Bueno Secretary l 4:--X, Vice President Delmer lmhof -rj" wtf' Treasurer Joan Heintz Nlla E5Pln05U Lett to Right, Back Row: Richard Guerrero, Ted Bueno, Barbara Weigand, .loan Heintz, Gary Woo.dward,-Bob Taylor, Manuel Jimeney. Row Two: Raul Roldun, Dick Perez, Carolyn Galiotos, Nita Espinosa, Marty Miller, Tom Wills. Row One1 Evne Martin, Put Slater, Bob Diaz, Sharon Allure. 46 Q! .-. mis lO5 Y F rt. I Q ' ' i '- t fx iN ex . A ' 3 " S i ' . -- l 1 -D lv... Q .XX-6 bv. I - . .i ,f l x President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Leo Sunada Gilbert Kaneko Meg Ranis Grace Shinseki Hawaiian Club Starting out the year with an Aloha picnic, the Hawaiian Club swung into another busy year. Their activities included parties, monthly meetings, functions with Hawaiian Clubs on other campuses, providing entertainment for various organizations, and the annual Lei Dance in the spring. The purposes of the club are to promote interest in Hawaii and to provide a "home away from home" for the Hawaiian students on campus. Left to Right, Back Row: Jane Nagamine, Lorraine Talceguchi, Naomi Nishina, Amy Shiba, Walter Nakamato, Alvin Sailci, Robert Higashi, Howard Omura, Jane Sueda, Diane Ishii, Frances Tsukamoto, Joan Togashi. Row Two: Elaine Takeguchi, Marian Osaki, Janet Masaki, Christie Lee, Carolyn Lee, Sandra Wang, Lois Wada, Marian Kashima, Jane Okimoto, Mildred Sato, Florence Yamamoto. Row One: Joan Harada, Geraldine Kim, Elaine Yamasaki, Grace Shinseki, Mildred Karimoto, Kristine Nakano, Elsie Shimabukuro, Winnie Wong, Mildred Maeda. K Hawaiian pebble dance. "Tutu E." Leif to Riglwl, Back Row: Se-iei lkehara, Torn Pangilinan, Gilbert Islwilxawa, Ricky Aquino, Pat Love, Sally Fullaway, Richard Higashi, George Shigemavsu, August Olim, Charmaine Bader, Virginia Quiban. Row Two Marian Miura, Linda Fuiiia, Sarah Fujii, Jennie Nishimura, Pai Paaluhi, Carole Tafeisbi, Thelma Suede, Kay Yamashiro, Marianne Kawamura, Row One Linda Nakaya, Margaret Ranis, Shirley Hamamuro, Elaine Honda, Victoria Uyeliara, Faye Tom-Ling, Karen Kodama, Na1cl1iMatsunami, Doris Alegre. , 1 1 ' f i I 1 A Q 5 li , T7 ', ,N is I. uf, , . ki: i s l K ing..-naw. x-...xuq-f-wq,p-.-- -gr K President Shirley Einspahr Vice President Charla Mae Colva Secretary Verle Weiss Treasurer Barbara Milberg Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club is affiliated with the Wyoming-Colo- rado State Association. Their purposes are to draw the Home Economics maiors together and to keep them in contact with the national and state organizations on other campuses through- out the nation. Their activities include initiation of new members, installation of officers, a party for the needy children in Greeley and its environs, and monthly business meetings. To gain membership, one home economics 'class is required. Left to Right, Back Row: Alberta Reitze, Sponsor, Barbara Milberg, Judy Kelley, Lou Aden, Madeline Maiewski, Marcella Helser, Margo Lamb, Laural Scott, Helen Henson, Regina Hoefler, Shirley Einspahr. Row One: Verle Weiss, Mary Jo Trezise, Dorothy Taylor, Judi McWilliams, Mary Ann Hutton, Charla Mae Colva, Martha Devitt, Sharon Kinsey, Mary Romey, Doreen Kerbs. 11 IOS ttf, L' rr: ,M i N . "" : Q7 L tr b " 1 9 E I K' ' it i K Q .rl Y sf Human Rights ssociation The Human Rights Association was established a year ago. Several of its obiectives are to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights and in the dignity of man, regardless of race, color, or creed, to promote social purposes, and to live together as good neighbors. Many campus organizations have representatives to the Associa- tion. President Vice President Dave Butler Tom Belt 1 , flfiiiagif 5 rm:-s'q1i1f fffifi f 'wif e ' ff ' sa --fi! ii , ff? M - A 4- .swf Y 1: L . Secretary Treasurer Mary Lipscomb Jan Ragland Left to Right, Back Row: Carmel Sandoval, Dave Butler, Russ Harried, Bernie Linenberger, Harold Johnson, Tom Belt. Row One: Terry Huebner, Anne Gengler Jan Ragland, Rosemary Austin, Judy Reflow, Mary Lipscomb, Lois Berry. ,-. N- w-1 -C3 K -vs' ,- I cw ' 'fi I l xt. f T 1 X- ,S , K . , Q . N . wills.. -,vs l - f -vii, 1 ,Lflfsj Bef , ' Q Q" ' it -- - -fwfr , z f- "fps , sf , ,Q I- 145- Q ,Wg x Q - l:q.,4:1:H . ps Q rs' kiwi..-6 ' gl, ' X X x 'Y I . QNTNM s , N ' Y N President Vice President Secretary Richard Johnson Wendell Newman Hervey AflCleI'SSI1 Industrial Arts Club The Industrial Arts Club is composed of students maioring and minoring in Industrial Arts. The program for the year included professional meetings with outside speakers, several meetings with entertainment along the lines of the field, field trips, and group discussions. Treasurer James Bundy Left to Right, Back Raw: George Wickstrom, Fred Kagy, Sponsor, John Huntzinger, Richard Johnson, David Lockwood, Winfield Rummell, Louis Novak Eddie Koppenhater, Kenneth Johnson, Phil Carlson, Gordon Smith. Row Three: James Bundy, Donald Lester, Harvey Andersen, Norb Schmitt, Arthur Hayes Reggie Batt, Clark Detler, Richard Bennett, George Wathen. Row Two: Dorl Goode, Terry Cyprian, Marv Worden, Jack Shuck, Russell Eacker, Don Stevenson John Peterson, Frank Cordova. Row One: Wendell Newman, Charles Tedrow, John Mason, Edward Lynn, Max Mitchell, Ralph Bigger, James Bishopp. ,-, I llO Independent Students ssociation The Independent Students Association was organized on the CSC campus last year and has taken an interest in student activities. They strive to unify the non-Greek students of the campus into a social organization and promote the qualities of friendship and service among the members. Meetings are held every Monday night and activities are enjoyed throughout the year. F vi . 35 Aff z 1 X. V1 X X l X President Dennis Powell if Vice President Treasurer Myrle Hautala Betty Crozier Left to Right, Back Row: Howard Dramer, Gerry Beaumont, Ralph Bigger, Reggie Batt, Jess Gerardi, Wesley Westrum, Sponsor. Row Three: Dennis Powell Fred Cucltow, Mike Sheehan, Robert Potter, Geraldine Sauer, Betty Crozier. Row Two: Myrle Hautala, Geraldine Harshman, Mary Wurzbclcher, Julia Prottengeler Joyce Potter, Janice Knight. Row One: Doreen Kerbs, Bonnie Stoll, Dorothy Baumgartner, Joan Peif, Bev Chambon, Judi Hill. Q--. xi .7 fs 1-7 vv 3 ,.... Y 1 International Relations Club International Relations Club boasts one of the largest memberships of any organization on campus. The panel lounge was full to overflowing with world-minded people every Tuesday afternoon, as speakers and movies presented thought-provoking ideas. One of the highlights of the year is the annual United Nations Model Assembly, sponsored by IRC. --., ' F X' v s.. 9' , V lllx ' L .., ,, 4. r ' ' ' 5' 'i E3E?r'mf1Fe 3 if llZ . , 'wif rr--5511: 1' s 1 -. ..'Xf' ,ts - s 'r.. v' , .Ski-fw:1's3fX2 gy.: 'Q ff . : gf 39, , W QQQV, ,L 3. X X ,N .s,.,...,xYNs, L ' kgygf ,Xl 5? P? .ilu i ERC Dr. Dean Arnold, sponsor of IRC. Sir Clement Aflee signs his autograph for Susan Mench. f V Colorful flags welcomes new sludenfs fo campus. umzlcglfta r . rf 1,9 'L Q2-EJ' ,,rc r Jeans and Janes President Vice President Ron Notto Shirley Einspahr The Jeans and Janes square dancing club is demanded by many school groups and civic organizations to demonstrate their skill. Their activities include sponsoring the annual Greeley square dance festival, providing entertainment for clubs and TV audi- ! xl, ences, sponsoring an exhibition team which travels over the S 'Q' . . . A VN state for festivals, and holding weekly Wednesday night square 1' dances. 'iv E Treasurer Don Penn Left to Right, Back Row: Dale Cassedoy, Sponsor, Fred Franklin, Harry Walker, Calvin McDaniel, Larry Rhoadarmer, John Millsapps, Larry Sandberg, Larry Schatz, Eldom Grimm, Ernest Clare, Ken Walker. Row Four: Harold Browning, Sponsor, Esther Browning, Sponsor, Caral Lore, Linda Homan, Joanne Morton, Sherrill Wenklernan, Barbara Schellenberg, Margie Nickell, Evelyn Bassett, Loyce Clore. Row Three: Doug Carter, Sponsor, Lee Carter, Sponsor, Nina Anderson, Elaine Perham, Donna Elsberry, Norma Meyers, Nancy O'Daniels, Helen Murfin, Pat Grossnickle, Lois Berry, Grace Richling, Barbara Geis. Row Two: Lawrence Sandberg, Wayne Johnston, Don Penn, Darrel Freeland, Ron Notto, Ken Martin, Jim Geis. Row One: Elaine Parsons, Elsie Reid, Joyce Ebert, Lola Ann Hitzing, Connie Genova, Shirley Einspahr, Rosalee Ohm, Barbara Piedalue. WW , l , E i we J. a 9 lx.. QS! W . V 3' h t cz . L, maggie P ff W- s M, 1 ,QA ' x 7 -9 7' s , . 4 l 1 l 4 N Q-EW? cz 'Axe I' . , fs, -- L: , A r- ' v- , , 5- Xa , Ng s ,. . ,Es - L 4, X qs Nl ' ' xr-sf 4, ,J A. Q . .1 1 f v F. .-ve ' T.. TA K T J' as x ' I '::lil'f h'i'7 ' " sf1l5 EQ.,,Ql ' 'Y' ' ' - - -" ' - -.s,::iW.s.,, . - f Madrigal Singers M President Cecil Tapey Madrigal Singers has been active on this campus for several years. During this time they have performed all types of vocal music from musical comedy to medieval madrigal literature. This group is made up of individuals chosen for their vocal ability and outstanding musicianship. 75: L Vice President Sec.-Treas. Harvey Catchpole Benito Dahl left to Right: Bob Kieser, Cecil Tapey, Harvey Catchpole, Gretchen Brod, Bernita Dahl, Ruth Romero, Ruth Maddux, Connie Harrison, Arduth Pueschel, Larry Magnuson, Bob Foster, Marvin George, Director. Not pictured: Don Miklich, Georgia Sears, Monte Otto, Steve McNeal. . i vi 'df It President Bernie Linenberger Men's Residence Hall Council ' The Men's Residence Hall council works for the benefit of the men living in the three residence halls on campus. The group has an annual Christmas dinner, exchange meetings with the Women's Residece Hall Council, and plans exchanges parties with the women's dorms. et to Right Back Row Jack Miyamoto Mike McGraw, Gary Burkgran, Bernie Linenberger, Roland Grant, Directory Ron Newton William Maley Director Row One Mrs Bernadme Graham, Directorg Harold Harrison, George Macauley, Dwayne Trembly, Ronald Mohr Dick Urbana Rick Werntz 'I 9' I P- ng c UU vi :ugh 'T' "' .V Qs Wg us ll' c Q. eb : li l'l1 Q. c 6 Q 2. Q : .,- D U! UI 0 2. Q 2. Q : i in .nam 2. zu '..:,,, -...s ..- W l . -nfihf President Vice-President William Selee Judy Kring Secretary Treasurer Annabelle Cliff Ellenor Potter The Student Education Association was organized on campus in T953 and is affiliated with the state S.E.A., Colorado Education Association, and the National Education Association. The group seeks to develop personal growth and professional competence. Activities during the year include speakers and programs of interest to future teachers and plans are made to increase interest in high school students toward becoming teachers. Left to Right, Back Row: Dr. John B. Fulbright, Sponsor, William Selee, Richard Harden, Frank Parce, Jack Baillie, Joan Burr, Patsy Johnson, Margaret Cool: Ruth Anne McDonald. Row Three: Paul Ribali, Carol Reed, Joy Jones, Peggy Hen ry, Geraldine Sauer, Janice Jerabek, Alice Burns, Madeline Culig, Audrey Smelek Rosemary Austin, Mary Patti. Row Two: Catherine Lenzini, Judy Kring, Annabelle Cliff, Sylvia Thacker, Marian Koshima, Mary Anne Hopkins, Charla Mae Colva Mary Lou Appuglise, Irene Britton. Row One: Marlys Simpson, Lois Berry, Lora Durner, Masa Kito, Phyllis Daniels, Carol John, Kristine Nakano, Vicky Kumar. Q. vu vw L A X . vw C- 1. is E , 1 y .J . f 7 i C, ,M Q' V-x ii7 pq,- fn?- Q.-X - Shark Club -K President Vice President Myrna Hirsch Alfred Metcalf The purpose of Shark Club is to foster an interest in all types cw Y is of swimming, especially synchronized swimming. The "Sharks" spend many hours practicing for their annual swim show. As a ' newcomer among clubs on the campus the "Sharks" plan for Q F bigger and better shows and participation in many other activities 4,4 in the future. ilgji it f .f Secretary Treasurer Judi Christensen Betsy Sweney Left to Right, Back Row: Margaret Everett, Sponsor, George Greenley, Al Metcalf, Wiley Simmons, Jack Zabriskie, Mick McPhee, Nancy Welch. Row Three: Judi Christensen, Judy Buster, Elizabeth Platt, Susan Fitch, Lynne Holleuffer, Claudia Thompson, Leslie Meyer, Jackie Emerson. Row Two: Karen Koeder, Marianne Smaldone, Donna Anderson, Ann Struble, Jane Scott, Hertha Foster, Shelia Claar. Row One: Betsy Sweney, Myrna Hirsch, Glenda Hall, Carol Reed, Pam Lon- seth, Dale Becker, Maggie Huffman. 8 . "QT C: :J ' vi 4 ,I i ,. v ,- ls. YS -f U 'x 118 1 FW 'fl Sociedad Hispanica President Carmel Sandoval Sociedad Hispanica was organized on the CSC campus in 1950. Its purposes are to promote the welfare of students who have a special interest in the Spanish field, to promote the use of the language, to provide an opportunity to develop a knowledge and better understanding of Spanish life and culture, and to utilize the Spanish language in a natural and practical environ- ment. Secretary Treasurer Elaine Bennet John Delgado Left to Right, Back Row: Ben Truiillo, Art Madrid, Ray Romero, Dave Mendez, Dick Cordova, Edward Cordova, Lee Rangel, Raul Roldan, Paul Ribali, Richard Guerrero, Rudy Salas. Row Three: John Delgado, Frank Carbajal, Gerald Sandoval, Manuel Crespin, Frank Anaya, Pat Sanchez, Dick Luna, Ted Bueno, Elaine Bennett, Oscar Valenzuelal. Row Two: Carmel Sandoval, Bernie Vigil, Gus Pacheco, Lynda Bowen, Fernie Baca, Alberta Lopez, Ray Sandoval, Honey Selk, John Atencio, Dan Montero. Row One: Dr. Candalaria, Sponsor, Dolores Sepulveda, Mary Jimenez, Pearl Cardenas, Sylvia Medina, Esther Lopez, Mary Cook, Eleanor Sail. vo 7-7 ' ll9 19 President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Donna Anderson Cormelita Truiillo Judy Brower Sally Ayers Women's Athletic Association This organization serves all women students on campus inter- ested in sports through an extensive intramural program. As a member of National and Tri-State Athletic Federation of College Women, it participates in various Sports days each season. Left to Right, Back Row: Judy Brower, Jackie Emerson, Carole Meaclers, Marilyn Giem, Sonia Melton, Bev Hogoboom, Shelia Claar, Charlotte Martin, Nancy Van Anne, Sponsor. Row Two: Myrna Hirsch, Phyllis Fausset, Grace White, Sally Ayers, Julie Mosley, Lydia Thornsby. Row One: Donna Anderson, Jean Spangler, Carmelita Truiillo, Muriel Marston, Darlene Conover. x -v ,C 4 1- . ,, 'Ji 5 .T , . ff Y'- 1. Y T7 -if: ri. X is ' x f' nr ' X I . . 'l t s Jw l 20 -- e's,5. .5 ' 3 ,. A .ft ' 'si .I. Q. pl i , Xiw ' Q. pf :- Q. -- , Y SS Q Qc s xi sexe X Y E Q Sli. ft' President Cathie Mitchell A , ' V - V if .J , l'8-13 3' N . 5 1 . ,-we ""'i"..,, L tsl' jf .lv 'g "Q gf? -my A, X - cs tiki! , ' 5 V 5- - -2 i of 6 'si-r y . 'F ' K .5517 ff - ' , .,ri'g?ls.-4253 ' s Q Y-Sink' I " , . w efigg- 53j3,!'i.-I'-,ei J V . , ,,fQ.,Yii:1LN, Vlfe Pfe5ldEf1f Secretory Treasurer MUVHYUV' Ride' Susan Higbie Janet Ray Women's esidence Hall Council The Women's Residence Hall Council works for the benefit of all women living in the residence halls. Any problems concerning the halls are brought to the council to be discussed and settled. The council unites the eight halls into one close group. The organization initiates and directs social activities and keeps high standards and morale in residence hall life. Left to Right, Back Row: Vicki Klaaren, Marilyn Hilliard, Katie Sue Cox, Jean Hoye, Marlys Jarrett, Sharon Widditeld, Renee Riesberg, Carolyn Herman, Trudi Sauder, Rosemary Behn. Row Two: Janet Koerner, Marilynn Rider, Janet Ray, Susan Higbie, Rosalyn Werner, Nancy Goldsborough, Marie Bleakley, Maxine Thompson, Kay Burke, Cathie Mitchell. Row One: Carol Seeclrotf, Evelyn Shepherd, Judi Hill, Carolyn Galiotas, Kay Thomas, Judy Easley, Mary Carolyn Knott. X L 4 J 'N' A V -3 C c X. wr: ' '33 yr -- . I y fx! ' U rv I ' V "X ' 'YV' , g fr 3 'e -f Q i .V Q 2 L L. R., D' J 1 .1 ' ,ND ig .X Q cg' i r , 9 l2l Flight Leader Mary Weingarth Angel Flight Operations Officer Judy Bowe Qx Q71 Recorder Lido Rowden Left to Right, Back Row: Judy Bowe, Lida Rowden, Dottie Haug, Glenda McKnight, Anne McCleery, Karen Hein. Row Two: Judy Barnard, Jeananne Olsen, .lo- Ann Thompson, Linda Cornish, garth. C3 The Colorado State College chapter of Angel Flight is a young group on campus. Members are selected by a Qualification Board which notes such points are poise, leadership, scholarship, and general all around personality. Activities include being hostesses for various conclaves of Arnold Air Society, the sponsor of CSC Angel Flight. Besides being a service organization, Angels obtained information concerning the military services. Comptroller Connie Genova Gail Moody, Carolyn Lake. Row One: Loree Hawkins, Sharon Widener, Capt. Jack Sexson, Sponsor, Connie Genova, Mary Wein- f. 'N '11 V vs. Vi? ir' . u.k l A 'Ti' 18 ,Q Arnold Air Societ Y il Commander Clifford Hodge The Colorado State College chapter of Arnold Air Society was formed in 1951. Members are selected on the basis of scholastic achievement, interest in the A.F.R.O.T.C. program, and the ability Y to perform the duties of an Air Force officer. Their activities include triPS to various Air Force bases to familiarize members ia 9' with pilot training and the annual Military Ball in the winter. - ln' iF! Adjutant Recorder Comptroller Leon Johnson Nelson Ruby Left to Right, Back Row: William Hoffmann, Paul Seabert, Gary Beard, Ron Bailey, George Perrin, Dan Grenier, Leon Johnson, Sian McWilliams, Clifford Hodge, Arthur Van Tine. Row Three: Keith Bogren, Chuck Cassio, Ron Crispe, Robert Higashi, Gary Heath, Marvin Dove, Paul Stenback, Gerald Radcliff, Paul Cox. Row Two: Paul Kell, Bill Bean, Bob Matchett, Jerry Sevilla, Lyle Stevenson, Ronald Ramey, Nelson Ruby. Row One: Tom Martin, Capt. .lack Sexson, Sponsor, Dick Perez, David Link, Don Kemp, Ken Martin, Larry Winchell. x4 PX if X3 , ,, A f sv X ' .- . , X ir? -Q . f- 5 it President Vice President Sec Treas Larry Escher Pat Harris Ken McGranahan Blue Key This is the honor fraternity of the blue hoods and familiar command, "Go forth and tap wisely." These men are chosen for their scholastic achievement, leadership, and service. Blue Key also recognizes outstanding women. One of the women recognized reigns as queen at the annual Blue Key Sweetheart Ball in the winter. Left to Right Back Row Neal Cross Frank Lakin, Claude Schmitz, Larry Eicher, Doug Brown, Jim Cox, Ron Newton han, Monte Otto, Mary Camblin, Steve Farnham, Pat Harris, Fred Tiller. g 1 '91 i ai YC' ll W' .1 Qtziw, A . .x 5 x 4 x, 'F .QD Q , 'S' f -"iw-fefiwtgar, , . X X N, V. s Q ,Ss X f RM. X t tt- ' f'1 President Vice President S95-'Tf905- Karen Hadley Pat Reynolds Gold Key Gold Key is a petitioning group of the national women's honorary, the Mortar Board. Membership into this organization is based on scholastic achievement, participation in college activi- ties, and a well-rounded personality. Eligible women are tapped each spring. Left to Right: Mrs. Allan Elliott, Mrs. Neal Cross, Charlotte Miller, Mary Cumblin, Pot Reynolds, Karen l -Q? Q , Q --1. Charlotte Miller Hadley, Betty Stover. .N :- VCP' I4 1' 3 . ri 1 , .,o- 0,5- .' 011'-rg ' H3 ,E M ,X S, President Jim Edmondson . 1 A - Q 1 , I . f: .X 'i Al? am- ' W , . M-.fn ing- for ' F J A 2- .. .,, .V 5 , :A ,ff- 'S 1' 19iigs1vF2f , "Tiff I X 1' z. f - 4 ., . ,ml 31,9 I, , . .N A, 1 ' . r XA , Secretary Treasurer Marie Murfin Wayne Johnston Left to Right, Back Row: Jim Edmondson, Doug McKenzie, M Alpha Psi Omega The purposes of Alpha Psi Omega are to develop dramatic talent in the arts of acting and stage craft, to cultivate a taste for the best in drama, to foster the cultural values which dramatics develop, and finally, to provide an honor society for those doing high standards of work in dramatics. Alpha Psi Omega estab- lished the Irene Jesser Memorial Scholarship Fund given annually to the outstanding freshman dramatics student. ichael Amber, Jim Novy, Welby Wolfe, Sponsor. Row One: JoAnn Estes, Helen Langworthy, Sponsor Marie Murfin. ,Q ix Left Delta Omicron Delta Omicron was founded at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music on September 6, 1909. The purpose of the organization is to create and foster fellowship, to develop character, to arouse and encourage the appreciation of good music and performance n among musicians during their student days, so that the highest degree of musicianship might be attained individually." The local chapter, Delta Gamma, was chartered in 1932. 'Za 5+-' Vice President Barbara Eberhclrdt President Gretchen Brad L f 1 Secretary Treasurer Guyla Coffey Sondra Bateman to Right, Back Row: Catherine Lenzini, Guyla Coffey, Benita Dahl, Jo Boyle, Barbara Eberhardt, Charlene Riordon, Earleen Zeger, Sue Richardson. Row One: Julianne Westfall, Sandra Bateman, Arduth Pueschel, Connie Harrison, Brenda Beedy, Joan Hess, Gretchen Brod. We s N ' z is 'Qs Y' A -ax ' ',- A fs ' -Q P 4.- e - Q71 ii , X. rg wr peg Q L-.M I L' 3 Q 4 6 f 5 S I t U c. Q I T' rn ? fu xx 1' 2 T fan -QS l .nav . 1-7 V V. ,'5 ' YF ' President Vice President SECFEYGFY TVECISUFCI' Angela Allen Norb Schmm Harvey Andersen Joan Cole Delta Phi Delta Delta Phi Delta is an honorary art society on this campus. Its purposes are to create, stimulate and develop art interest in our community, to coordinate the art interest in the Industrial, Home, and Fine Arts Divisions, and to stimulate a high profes- sional standard of art in the school. Two of their many activities are an annual banquet and a mountain party. Left to Right, Back Row: Richard Miller, James Farr, John Huntzinger, Richard W. Johnson, Winfield Rummell, Norb Schmitt. Row Two: Mr. David Olson, Sponsor: Wendell Newman, Judith Binkley, Sharon Warren, Ted Bueno, Kenneth Johnson. Row One: Harvey Andersen, Sharon Coombs, Margo Lamb, Joan Cole, Angela Allen. ,..., Y'- 1 :F-K i28 ' fi President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Ron Newton Fred Tiller Bob Agmug Don Andresen Intercollegiate Knights Intercollegiate Knights is a national sophomore and iunior men's honorary service organization. Men are chosen for this fraternity on the basis ot their superior standing in scholarship, character, personality, and ability. Their activities include ushering, passing out programs at school events, and sponsoring the annual IK carnival. Lett to Right, Back Row: Larry Olsen, Don Andresen, Stan McWilliams, Bernie Linenberger, Bill Watson, .Richard Hill, Jon Zahourek, Doug Brown Jim Malono Row Two: Gordon Mack, Gene Gates, Terry Cyprian, Don Kelly, Tom Butterweck, Jerry Petersen, Fred Tiller, Fred Cuckow, Keith Meagher Row One Fred Bradley, Rich Pearce, Gary Loo, Richard Newton, Ron Newton, George Macaulay, Jerry Amsberry. , , y 4 1 A g 5, - .4 ,T V -- Im., ji P 1 2 5 A ' I y f Tl 'X '- A if Ts g. Y lift T I f 4 I "' 1 ' if 6 ' f I Q P ka, -fi 'Q A ,- ,ip .f .fy I Y 4 il N Q i I I 'Y 1 1 Q I I V i I I X i C l 1 4 I ' , . ' ,gr J. 0 1 'PR '-2. President Jim Cox 49 U V wr . 1 , gif ' H . C:-b -F 1 Treasurer Benita Dahl Left to Right: Don Jones, C7 Kappa Delta Pi Theta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the first honor society to be established on this campus, was installed on March 13, 1920. This organization encourages high professional, intellectual, and personal standards, and recognizes outstanding contributions to education. Its members are selected from the upper fifth of the student body scholastically. Bernita Dahl, Arlene Schlagel, Betty Stover, Mary Camblin, Pat Reynolds, Pat Harris. C19 X r' i :E-,fiij g gi -4 .1 U1 , xx -, 3. 3 W : ,Q . i n -can hx . 14' Kappa Kappa Psl al Q 1 President Steve McNeal Kappa Kappa Psi is a honorary fraternity for college bandsmen. h lt is an organization operating exclusively in the field of the 1 ' Q college band and for the purpose of promoting the existence yu and welfare of the college band. Its purposes are to honor the ' f outstanding bandsmen, stimulate campus leadership, and foster G5 V - l a high average of attainment by the performance of good music - and selection of worth-while proiects. 'Z' Treasurer Jess Gerardi Left t Jack Scheideman, Bob Schroeder, Al McKin, Frank Parce, Steve McNeal. Row One: Stanley Shimada, Jess Gerardi, Frank Baca, Gordon Snowbarger, Fred Tiller Chuck Cassio. o Right, Back Row: Chuck Dennis, Gene Smookler, Larry Elginer, Ron Snowbarger, Walter Wragge, Norman Lofgren, Cleophus Steele, Row Two: John Wert1 eu. ,.., Y P 1: in -.. L 402 . J 1 c 'CATS-Q S . A smog if 1 ' This tr. f 1:57 il new Q N53 ' . 1, - .Lag-5' SEZ , Ny X , Q v x If K' ? 'E Nab if RQQ X X ' Q X :A Ri , K 4 i " President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Floyd Zamboni Steve Englert JoAnn Frichtl Diana Hoff Lambda Sigma Tau "The advancement of the sciences, the professional improvement of its members, the encouragement of association between men by practical science, and the establishment of a central point of reference and union for its members" is the goal of Lambda Sigma Tau. Guest speakers, movies and other means are used for the furtherance of the fraternity. Left to Right, Back Row: Floyd Zamboni, Dan Clark, Jae Shoemaker, Edward Butterfield, Wallace Aas, Forest Fisch, James Joyce, Valdon Cameron, Pat Harris. Row Two: Bert Thomas, Maynard Stamper, Quentin Haning, Gerald Schmidt, Duane McCarney, Harold Martin, Warren Speece, Diana Hoff. Row One: Steve Englert, Ron Herdt, Marie Coyne, Barbara Jakanson, Carolyn Hurd, Charlotte Miller, Merlene Sutter, Carol Parsons, Jan Tracy, JoAnn Frichtl. x I T 1. '4 1 5 C2 br -, -3,543 we., .1 ,4 le, fag, ' is if , . sg, , N . f' lm 1 1 N ll R. fv s i,,- 'g 4 ei, tv X Q7 e v 5 I 'Q ii .' X W . 1 . Aw., President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Path Shlmef Janet Ray Janet Ruf Sue Zirkel Orchesis Orchesis, the modern dance club, is divided into two sections. The iunior group is open to anyone who is interested, A prospec- tive member of Senior Orchesis must try out and be voted on by the group. The members of Orchesis put on a modern dance concert each spring. Lett to Right, Back Row: Mrs. Williamson, Sponsor, Pat Powell, Nancy O'Daniels, Sharon Alkire, Connie Bartlett, Janet Ray, Janet Ruf, Karen Stoakey, Carol Seedroff, Karen Hamilton, Patti Shimer. Row Three: Charleszine Washington, Anne Sundell, Mary Ater, Lida Rowden, Kay Stone, June Tuell, Geraldine Sauer, Marilyn Elder, Brenda Becker, Patricia Adams. Row Two: Judi Hill, Charlotte Dunston, Bella Crespin, Glenda Waters, Carolyn Herman, Fran Weston, Mary Lee Hagan, Otha Spencer, Harriett Brock, Marty Spann. Row One: Sue Zirkel, Judy Sekera, Karen Jager, Norma Schmidt, Pearl Cardenas, Peggy Kowach, Lynda Feild, Perfidia Alvarado. -8 +9 Z ox T L , .. 133 Vice President Donald Holley 1-.W ' 1 ' 1. ,AW X' ' my ,f " . , ga. 1- he . ' ' f --:zzz - A' .igffgii ii.:::::':. Secretary Treasurer Edward Meyen Gaylord Morrison Phi Delta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa is a professional educational fraternity. It was organized on this campus in April, 1926, by Dr. Earle U. Rugg. This group fosters the ideals of research, service, and leadership. Membership is by chapter invitation. Eligibility is based on scholarship and the completion of a set number of hours toward a degree. Left to Right, Back Row: Fred Sloan, Robert Sorge, Leo Kelly, Vincent Cyphers, Gaylord Morrison, John Bothell, Russell Eacker, Fred Kagy, Row Two: Norman Thompson, Glenn Maynard, William Floyd, H. R. Larson, William Popeioy, Wesley Westrum, Donald Churchill. Row One: Edward Meyen, Harold Bowman, Amos Claybaugh, Jack Fisk, Eugene Voris, Thomas Makaoi, William Ransey. .-1 cp ,,. 5. , .. 1'-N 1'-'YI x '9' . . s . : . - 4 Phi Mu Alpha The Beta Rho chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, national music fraternity, was organized on the campus on June 5, 1934. The society is dedicated to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Membership is open to any man who has shown a love of music and a willingness to advance its cause, and who meets the scholastic and character requirements. T President Vice President Fred Tiller Cecil Tapey Secretary Treasurer Jay Christensen Tony Cribelli Left to Right, Back Row: Dale Dykins, Sponsor, Bill Callahan, Paul Battiste, Mike Weiker, Monte Otto, Bob Asmus. Row One: Stun Shimuda, Fred Tiller, Charles Harrington, Frank Parce, Cecil Tapey, Steve McNeal, Darel Hardy. ,-5 1-in as ou. is T? J 4 ss lv X .Q h 'lx lk-' Presidervf Vice President Secretary Ron Notto Anne Richardson Quentin Hqmng Phi Sigma Iota Phi Sigma Iota is an honorary fraternity for students in the field of languages. Prerequisites for membership are advanced study in the languages and high scholastic achievement. Members strive for further knowledge ot romance literature and seek to improve international relationships by breaking through the "language barrier." Lett to Right Bock Row: Martin Candelaria, Quentin Haning, Dr. Graham, Ron Notto. Row One: Anne Richardson Margaret Lort, Wilma Merlan, Wilma Thompson. l Q l I N 1 President Secretary Karen Hadley Ron Crispe Pi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta is the honorary forensic society. Members of this honorary must display outstanding qualities in the field of speech. Activities include on annual dinner and hosting speech conven- tions held at CSC. Through the years this group has talked them- selves into many a high rating at various debate and speech tournaments. Left to Right: Cliff Wagoner, Sidney Stratman, Neal Claussen, Dr. Ray DeBoer, Karen Hadley 3155 55 iii " 5 i Y 9' it' President Vice President Charlotte Miller Judy Kelley ,fue .M-g ld Y"Z7 595,-efqry Treasurer Bernita Waddell Arlene Schlagel Pi Lambda Theta Alpha Omicron chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, national honor and professional fraternity for women, was established at CSC on May 30, 1941. The society seeks to develop a professional tel- lowship among women in education. Its purposes are to attain and maintain high standards of scholarship, encourage inter- cultural understanding, and professional preparation. Members are selected by faculty and member recommendations, high academic standing, genuine interest in teaching, leadership, and outstanding personality. Left to Right, Back Row: Mrs. Fern D. Cazel, Sponsor, Mary Camblin, Barbara Milberg, Judy Kelley, Susan Higbie, Diana Hoff, Lynn Hoyt, Carol Parsons, Jan Tracy, Kathy Kirby, Arduth Pueschel. Row One: Hathika AI-Obaydi, Betty Lindauer, Bet-ty Staver, Pat Reynolds, Anne Richardson, Charlotte Miller, Karen Hadley Wilma Thompson, Kristine Nakano. 15 C7 138 K gg. ,uh -, Q..-' l if, if ff xi 1-.r-' Pi Omega Pi Pi Omega Pi is a professional, honorary fraternity in business education. The chief purpose of Pi Omega Pi is to create a feel- ing of fraternal fellowship among students of Business Education who are planning to become business teachers. Among the aims are the following: to encourage, promote, extend, and create interest and scholarship in Business Education and teaching, and to encourage and foster high ethical standing in Business Educa- tion and professional life. S s Y? , J K Pfesldenf Vice President P07 Pisfiottu Jay Christensen Q -. ts' A ' QW 'M Q ' T 7 T. ' , 12, x.. EE 3. 659 Fifi!! 'fm 3 Y','.f 5 . X' - V. 1. 1-sn Treasurer Rich Harms Left ta Right, Back Row: Roland Waterman, Sponsor, Fred Cuckow, Gerald Bryan, Gary Erlandson, Rich Harms, Don Freeman, Keith Curtis, Ed Scunnell Fred Stecls, Allen Reitzenstein. Row Two: E. Fritz Jones, David Zink, Barbara Schellenberg, Joan Mensendick, Diane Hannigan, Jeanette Weimer, Margaret Palmer Marilyn Test. Row One: Dorothy DeBeII, Mary Weingarth, Linda Ray, Betty Bowles, Bonnie Bowles, Joyce Lira, Jennie Pugh, Marlene Brockmeier. 4? K- Spur President Vice President Carolyn Lake Darlene Conover Spur is a national honorary organization, founded in 1922 at Montana State College. Their purposes are to promote school spirit, support all activities, foster among women of the college M v a spirit of loyalty and helpfulness, and to uphold the traditions A "' 'K of the college. Eligibility for membership in Spur includes an accumulative average of 3.5 or better for fall and winter quarters of the fresh- man year. Selection is based on scholarship, interest, participa- tion in college activities, dependability, sense of humor, unselfish- ness, and a sense of democracy. Secretary Treasurer Charlotte Dunston MCflUn MlUl'0 Left to Right, Back Row: Judy Fritz, Sharon Berg, Judy Brower, Carole Adams, Cara Bunn, Annette Green, Morlys Jarrett, Carole Mink, Judy Tawney, Sidney Stratman, Mary Ann Hostetler, Janet Ray, Marian Miura, Rosie Enyeart, Karen Reed. Row Three: Peggy Gerlach, Karen Dickey, Naralene Erickson, Barbara Chase, Judi Christensen, Marie Bleakley, Marilyn Hoffman, Carla Comstock, Gail Moody, Maxine Thompson, Janet Ruf, Connie Harrison. Row Two: Pat Brennan, Sharon Mullikin, Susan Mench, Rita Stacy, Cheryl Longacre, Jan White, Carolyn McKnight, Joyce Seier, Judy Reflow, Susan Wingett, Charlotte Dunstnn, Carolyn Lake, Lynne Hopkins. Row One: Linda Cornish, Kathy Crow, Judy Barnard, Judy Kring, Marilyn McKay, Muriel Marston, Sharon Widener, Mariorie Long, Janet Hargis, Darlene Conover. "r ' -,-,x-nys l , :S ,, . ta ,h Q! .., ,, q ts P A . A ,, V, . - . ' ' ' I . Elly Q f .hx 2 - ' J- 1 - c ' H' , l J .3 "' gs i X - if i is ' 1 Q V J , Cvbx , , M 1 'T , sx- F 5 " :fn Q as Ps.-2 . , j li ka 4 , ,. id 'I - Sl S , gg 2. vi J , 9 I ' . it . x k L f-A ' L. l cj Tir! A V Q I lg! V A ai., A A f K Q s -1 , -2 if i yo ' ' 1 . 6 I l ' .r T' 5 y . , r, , A , A I i i T fi w , Q x cl 5 I l ' 'i 'I ' ' . f . 9 lr . I i -, A ' , - : i 1 . H I ru X I 4 1 Q ' 4. ' 1 1 ll 1 - I l l , ' l I Q if - T ' ru, ' f W up 1 ' ui f' -it i im K N I I W - j w' ' it 1 l l L . ' L 1 140 ins. " 2 -, v fi-15' 'uf X , Q . N A ,Nu it K- T X X . ug X3 - 14 t N tj s ' A E lv i Q 4:1 X ZF , NN f it ' ? Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma is the national honorary fraternity for out- standing women band members. Women eligible for membership must have a 3.5 or better grade average, be an outstanding musician, and be a member of the band. Their aims are to recognize outstanding women musicians and to render service to the band. During the year, they usher at band concerts, help with the band awards banquet, band tour, and the All-State Band. Most of their activities are sponsored jointly with Kappa Kappa Psi. Treasurer Mary Askov President Carol Fredling Left to Right, Back Row: Josephine Walker, Sponsor, Yvonne Smith, Janice Jerabek, Barbara Eberhardt, Ruth Wilcox, Jane Clark, Carol Fredling, Dolores Dil worth, Phyllis Fausset. Row Two: Marilyn Hoffman, Earleen Zeger, Vicki Gallagher, Annette Greene, Mary Askov, Joan Hess, .lan O'Neil. Raw One: Martha Hanson, Jayne Orin, Brenda Beedy, Hertho Foster, Catherine Lenzini. hh- 3 ,-. gg- , ,gg .5 in . 'i 4, -xv " President Vice President Mimi Beckmann Jean Wilson Q4 -c'-9- 9 X..-f' Secretary Treasurer Julia Prottengeier Darl Goode Religious Council Religious Council is composed ot representatives from various student religious groups at Colorado State College. They work together to co-ordinate campus life and religious life and annually sponsor the Thanksgiving program, Religious Emphasis Week, and the Easter Sunrise service. Throughout the year, the council exchanges ideas with councils on other campuses and provides speakers and movies to promote the religious interest growth of the students on campus. Left to Right, Back Row: Ginger Morley, Barbara Hyslop, Darl Goode, Julia Proltengeier, Richard Harden, Shirley Townsend. Row Two: Mimi Beckmann, Ann Barnhardt, Joanne Green, Elaine Bennett, Jean Wilson, Maxine Thompson, Annabelle Cliff, Row One: Mary Lipscomb, Julie McKenzie, Barbara West, Mary Jane Kerbel, Kay Thomas, Lois Berry, Muriel Marston. rf? i .. 'i s ' .s " '1- P7 .T i , , "' - F r' f ' "Is" l i - 1 0 ' ', i4 T '- " J Q - 'Q : s .cs - , C if W ' f " " ' . -2? : ' . - , " " N ax' .- :fs M ,: - , Q ,Sv R -,. .. A v V 2 Q 'J ' ' Q V 'c' - V2 . - T I 7 pwx., rv T TT. 4 5 .N , .. it s 1 Q X y 5 ' K I Z4 Y I4 fx 4, 'C. Bethel Baptist Fellowship President Vice President David Cox Bob Ziegler Baptist students find fun and fellowship every week at Bethel Baptist Church. The Sunday night programs include movies and speakers emphasizing Christian student problems and their solu- tions. Socially speaking, weekend retreats, parties, and singspira- tions are provided. ,fs Secretary Treasurer Barbara Schaberg Joan Mensendick Left to Right, Back Row: Paul Ribali, David Robinson, Paul Weibel, Bob Foster, Clason Rupp, Leon Johnson, Calvin McDaniel, Bob Ziegler, Jay Woodward, Jim Gilbert, Rich Wooden, Gary Woodward. Row Two: Doris Hicks, Quay Oaks, Kathleen Anderson, Carol Choate, Joan Mensendick, Judith DeLong, Elaine Bennett, l.ynn White, Arlene Schlagel, Sharon Gerken, Jan Mensenclick, Norma Johnson. Row One: Nadine Ice, Carol Seedrotf, Sally Hill, Sharon Vangundy, Betty Simmons, Carolyn Witt, Ruth Thompson, Jan Putman, Carolyn Dobbs, Jo Amen, Amelia Sch negelberger, Lora Durner, '3 1: -1' r l43 1. ,- ll' .ef 19 President Vice President Secretary Treasurer John Tanner Jan Ragland Dolores Dilworth Laura Fesler Canterbury Club The Canterbury Club is sponsored by the Trinity Episcopal Church of Greeley and membership is open to all interested college students. The club meets every Sunday night for Even- song supper, and a program. Other activities include parties, exchange meetings, and retreats. Each morning, Communion is held at Canterbury House with breakfast following the service. Lett to Right, Back Row: Bob Thompson, Janet Ray, Susan Fitch, Curt Lloyd, Bob Erner, Jim Ragsdale, Robert Green, Jetterson Davis, Roger Ross, John Lukens, Mary Ellen Perdue. Row Two: John Tanner, Alan Zelinkoff, Ann Wheeler, Myrna Ditfendaffer, Jan Ragland, Laura Fesler, Dolores Dilworth, Lynda Feild, Margo! Hurst, Judy Jump, Fran Weston, Jean Lukens. Row One: Roger Warlock, Gay Gatza, Nancy Wilcox, Julie McKenzie, Abby Bowen, Betty Lende, Nancy Williams, Mary Lipscomb, Tom Belt, David Farr. ,- 0 E xc NN- fit -f E 'VT 'C K . X I 1 n 74114,-, an ,- T , 44 C? 'WA 5 ' .cz In ,-.35 t . Presldenl I Vice President Julia Prottengeler Howard Kramer Gamma Delta Gamma Delta, National Lutheran Students Society, is composed of members and friends ot the Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church. The purpose of Gamma Delta is to give opportunity for Christian service and to gain Christian knowledge. With other chapters in the region, Gamma Delta has meetings and shares retreats. ight Back Row Howard Kramer, Gary Jurgenson, Allan Reitzenstein, Richard Harden, Lau Nell Mayfield, Janice Jerabek Norma Steinberg Row One Karen Nardhausen, Margaret Keller, Della Bittner, Geraldine Harshman, .lulia Prortengeier Gloria Volberdlng x . co f-- . A W ., ,jeg E '.i.E.R .gf - I' ,aa Y Q9 2111 Ii tv 4'9" .-up President Gary Karlson Vice President Secretary David Robinson Pat Gorton Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Weekly meetings as well as participation in local, national, and international conclaves were the main functions of this inter- denominational foundation. 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. Left to Right, Back Row: Paul Ribali, Darl Goode, Roger Worlock, Bob Foster, Paul Weibel, Charles Miller. Row Two: Betty Bowles, Jan Mensendrck Marilyn Hilliard, Judith DeLong, Joan Mensendick, Sharon Gerken, Carolyn Witt. Row One: Anita Powers, Bonnie Bowles, Jan Putman, Lora Durner, Muriel Marston Jo Amen. 14 l . QTIP 1. f"' ' of 4 47 'a sw' Y Lutheran Students ssociation President Mimi Beckmann The purposes of the Lutheran Students Association are to further , spiritual growth in the members and in others. Their activities include Bible study groups and weekly Sunday meetings with planned programs. Retreats are held in the tall and spring with other Lutheran Student groups in the area. Secretary Treasurer Sonia Erickson Richard Stolte Lett to Right, Back Row: Pastor R. J. Bunge, Sponsor, Ronald Kuhn, Dean Rystad, Robert Himsel, Duane Daire, Kenneth Hummels, Richard Stolte, Alan Smith Harold Johnson, John Wachholz. Row Two: Sharon Berg, Margaret Sieler, Sheryl Borg, Linda Mc Donald, Judith Raile, Lou Aden, Marlys Jarrett, Sonia Erick son, Pauline Gorder, Sharon Burt. Row One: Mrs. Gwen Onstad, Sponsor, Renee Riesberg, Joan Kramer, Sally Klemer, Barbara West, Mary Jane Kerbel Ramona Streeb, Gretchen Brod, Mimi Beckmann. 1 r l ,1 ' l'-: -3 l 5 K- Y is I ' ' A :Zia - in K, 153 L' S ls . 1 2359 ' ' Vice-President Treasurer Barbara McDonald Sig DeCola Newman Club The Newman Club is an organization for all Roman Catholic students on the campus. its purpose is to enable them to increase their knowledge and use of Catholic doctrine. Outstanding Catholic leaders of this area are invited to Sunday evening meet- ings to lead discussions. Affiliation with the International Federa- tion of Newman Clubs allows the organization to compare notes with activities of students on other campuses in the Inter-Mountain Province conventions. Left to Right, Back Row: Richard Callahan, Jim Dorsey, Ken Martin, Pat Wilkinson, Rusty Dobson, Ron Bailey, Ferdie Romero, Jeffrey Zatell Reggie Batt Dick Cordova, Ted Arneson, Sig DeCola. Row Two: Tammy Tesone, Pat Powell, Marie Roluti, June Tuell, Angie Chimenti, Alice Paulius, Mary Lee Hagen, Orene Price, Karen Putz, Sharon Brooks, Janice Ruby, Bella Crespin, Helene Just. Row One: Ginger Morley, Pat Snodgress, Sylvia Deis, Anita Crank, Mary Jane Archuleta, Anna Marie Domenico, Judy Bowe, Barbara McDonald, Pearl Cardenas, Mercedes Jiran. cb fs' , R i 1 J. fx . Y X 1. 4 1-Q., to as Q- ' , J fi . " ' 'x Awouc swow .gt 5 ' it an 3 ' El as e .- . , ,- C. Alma-.l..:.S: 3.9 -:Stix . fQ":.1r. , n f A:1,AsL.4,1 QNX- Q-lv-- , Left to Right, Back Row: Ron Newton, Richard Tessitore Nick Remmel Harold Martin Tony Galle as James V F ldt R' h Ebert, Karen O'Brien, Marilynn Rider, Pat Brennan, Swain, Carolyn Hock, Ann Barnhardt, Pat Eifert, M , , , g , on e , lc ard Callahan, John Hefferman, Shirley Townsend, Steve Englert. Row Three: Dick Urbana, Dottie DeBell, Mary Ann Adducci, Audrey Smelek, Madeline Maiewski, Sheila Hasenkamp, Judy Patch, Joyce Jean Hoye. Row Two: Anne Gengler, Cathy Enright, Olivia Hogelin, Kay Williams, Dottie Haug, Charlene ary Ramey, Connie Genova. Row One: J d S k P Terry Huebner. u y e era, at Kolenc, Sharon Turner, Pat Malone, Mary Goetz, rw uv 2 fx 5. X ,.- it X' cv P g.. i, 5 v I4 C7 Roger Williams Fellowship President Wayne Merritt Members of the First Baptist Church find fun and fellowship in Roger Williams Fellowship. Promoting spiritual development and service to the church is the aim of this group. Retreats, parties, speakers, discussions, special projects, Bible study, and prayer Q meetings complete the program for the year. R.W.F. is affiliated with the national Baptist Student Movement. --J of Secretary Treasurer Marilyn Williams Neil Litzenberger Left to Right, Back Raw: Charla Mae Colva, Wayne Merritt, Truman Sprales, Duane Eaks, Neil Litzenberger. Row Two: Wanda Green, Carolyn Schmidt, Kathi McQuern, Donna Thurman, Maxine Thompson, Joyce Hickel. Rowe One: Marilyn Williams, Carol MacDonald, Charleen Macy, Janet Williams. C7 eo le . 4 . . - N -x' F United Campus Christian as i s iii i s i Fellowship President Margaret Cook , UCCF was organized here winter quarter, 1959. The purpose of this group is to provide a united Christian community amidst 'campus life to help the student find himself. Meetings are held J :Q A the first Sunday of each month. Participating churches in the United Campus Christian Fellowship are the Congregational Tn, .' Church, Presbyterian Church, and the First Christian Church. ' Retreats, winter weekends, square dancing, and planning sum- ! mer projects are some of the activities of this group. Secretary Campus Minister Annabelle Cliff Dale M. Heckman Left to Right, Back Row: Dale Heckman, Campus Minister, Jock Barber, Grace Briscoe, Frank Parce, Norman Gifford, Paul Heidger, Gary Heath, Larry Rhoadar- mer, Barbara Hyslop, Sally Edwards, Sharon Rockhold, Roy DeBoer, Sponsor. Row Three: Katie Cox, Jean McClure, Sheri Tomes, Gayle Robertson, Lynn John- stone, Kay Collett, Auldon Davis, Jane Hopkins, Jan Bursch, Maudie Weber, Nancy Kincaid, Lawrence Wong. Row Two: Judy Gifford, Deborah Crowell, Ruth Anne McDonald, Evelyn Brown, Kathy Keough, Carolyn McKnight, Annette Utzinger, Merrelyn Miller, Peggy Kawach. Row One: Pat Slater, Evelyn Wight, Darlene Shaw, Norma Meyers, Bonnie Spitzer, Janet Hargis, Annabelle Cliff, Patsy Chirnside. E 5- Y 151 xr President Jean Wilson s Vice President Secretary Jan Mallette Kay Thomas Wesley Foundation A part of the Methodist student movement, the Wesley Foundation strives to help the students who attend the First Methodist Church. They hold regular meetings and forums on Sundays plus special study groups throughout the week. Left to Right, Back Row: Carol Lore, Pam Walden, Keith Berry, Richard Haynes, Skip Chambers, Barbara Eberhardt, Wally Walton, George Greenley, Eldon Grimm, Lon Robinson, Reese Harris. Row Three: Charlotte Fields, Eloise Brown, Deanna Peters, Hazel Lee White, Shirley Kay Maior, Carmen Albery, Susan Orr, Letha Sager, Evelyn Bassett, Bernice Smith. Row Two: Ann Phillips, Vyrla Hatterman, Linda Homan, Rosemary Austin, Carole Smith, Janice Malletta, Rosina Usel, Sharon White, Delores Sepulveda. Row One: Marian Warner, Darlene Moore, Jean Wilson, Kay Thomas, Nancy Numoto, Della Paulsell, Lois Berry, Marlys Simpson. -'ess as -. ' X Q, fi' 9? N 'X 5. 1-, V i ' is S X 2 . N Q 1 ,g sf p i t 1 , " 8' . Qs X 6, , X X71 25 we f X ,. ' AND' l - - Niilx '12, ws 0 ,K 6 h x 1 A sw Q.:- 2 MS YE Paf Powell he I .-ai . s a fellow siudenf in fhe library. .5 f"' I Q t iff! .-,,-. if -5 muh! i 'S 'Q F4 Candids .,.f' Siudents read the Mirror with interest. A familiar sight each night is Dairy Dan. 'Rf 1 X 1 rf- P J 1 ff I l!f,'k4'5 : C ' H f", 1-. JI 'L .ff f .., 5 ng, , , gas: ' Xl- ,g E Q X I f N ' N ' ""' "N x 'T N Q ' N? -f-4 g,X5g.5, 43 'gms gl ' -I 1:9 ,.ffg, ..-- ,, M... 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X 14" Us President Secretary Treasurer Darthy Alden Karen Hein Ruth Jones Janet Myers Ponhellenic Council Policies and procedures for the seven sororities on campus are set by Panhellenic Council with Junior Panhellenic, composed of pledges. New rushing policies were put into practice this year. Panhellenic Council, composed of a senior representative, iunior representative, and president of each sorority, gives three schol- arship awards each year to outstanding sorority girls. Lido Rowden Linda Sample Betty Stover Ruth Wilson Q7 ,, 'cud G- ,gi 5 '?5s if Tiff? WJ' President Vice President Secretary WCIVYG-'fl AI'lCl9I'SOf1 Rich Harms John DesCombes Norb Schmitt lnterfraternity Council, composed of three members from each fraternity, has instituted new rushing procedures this year. ln directing and coordinating the activities of the six fraternities, IFC has supervised bids and acceptances. One ot the purposes of IFC is to discuss problems common to all fraternities. In conjunction with Panhellenic Council, the lnterfraternity Council sponsored Greek Follies and Song Fest. lnterfroternity Council Jerry Blessinger Doug Brown Wes Cook Kem' T0Vlie 1 'v':'T"' i f V' M - 2 . Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, international fraternity, was founded in T904 at Syracuse University, and this is their first year on the Colorado State College campus. Before a national merger with Alpha Gamma Delta in the spring ot 1959, the group was known as Theta Sigma Upsilon. The Alpha Gam's participate in the many traditional Greek activities and end each year with a Rose Dinner in honor of the graduating seniors. Their national altru- istic projects are to aid cerebral paisied and cleft palate children. Other annual activities are their Dad's Smorgasbord, and their dinneg dance. fed' A President ........ Darlis Ann Miller Vice President. Secretary .... Treasurer . . . ...Barbara Holman . . . . .Judy Uden ...Bernita Waddell Left to Right, Back Row: Margot Hurst, Sandy Montgomery, Mary Ann Curtis, Sandra Ferris, Lou Ann Burt, Joyce Maddux, Ginger Morley. Row One: Judi Hill, Sheila Hosenkamp, Kay Wilkinson, Marky Olsen, Marcia Tonkel, Elaine Wallin, Mary Lee I Y 'ig u T. F ll . D l L A .9 Y 5 , i g-J ' ' -' b .:t ,'g f" if' ' flu Waddelow. f-5, .Q . .tl Ai Q. 4' 1 s X3 2 I Q E A I li Carol Anderson Donna Anderson Guyla Coffey Nanry Anderson JoAnn Cazier Judith DeLong Karen Farber it 1:-rx as -5 421 I-I Q- Q-f X X 4-Ib Susan Fifch JoAnn Frazier Irene Garcia 5 - 3, 2 v S? Kathleen LeVesque Sue Lewis Jan Glidden Bev Hogoboom U' y FQQUJ AS' ll Wg, ,Qu 'I 555731913 - Va' E ' all-' U w- , ll ,x rn 'Q 'Ca -vv I Barb Holman Vonda Kehlbeck mfg, 5' l Mary Ann Lewis " 'Ll H' -ol 1:1 gy X wr 5 Carole Meaclers --,. L-11' sd i Sonia Mellon Charlotle Miller Bea Moscon Carole Price Renee Sawyer Nancy Schroth Ann Sfruble ar -gf 'vu '77 A Judy Uden Anne Sundell Merlene Sutter Pa? Sylvester Jan Tracy QD cv Bemifa Waddell Cherie Yardley Alpha Phi Formerly known as Pi Kappa Sigma,Alpha Philnternational Fra- ternity had its founding in 1872 at Syracuse University and be- came a colony on the Colorado State campus April 24, 1960. ln . 1959, Pi Kappa Sigma merged with another national group, but Mu Chapter chose to remain local and petitioned Alpha Phi for Pfe5lde"'f -----' ---- B SHY 5fUVe" membership. Alpha Phi now has seventy-five chapters in the United States and Canada and has as its national philanthropy cardiac aid. This year the Alpha Phi's moved into a new house Vice President ......... Sue Zirkel Secretary .... .... M eridel Swan across from Wieblcing Hall. Active in all campus activities, they Treasurer ---- Karen Hamilton boast many leaders in student government. The annual pledge dinner, winter and spring mountain parties, and dinner dance are highlights ofthe year. Left to Right, Back Row: Doris Winter, Jane Woodham, Nancy Marsh, Lynne Holleuffer, Judy Anderson, Georgina Coleman. Row One: Lucy Halligan, Helen Santangelo, Rosalyn Werner, Judy Gifford, Sandy Mueller, Karen Pratt. Not Pictured: Kay Lathrop. S-3 3 f-5 9 u it cr , M5 ik! X. tix . X J S fx , 'a . ., Q... ,A ii Eleanor Arroyo Sondra Banwell Judy Barnard ROSEITUUYY Behn Chris Benner Sue Benson Judi Christensen Sully Cigney -wa i -Q l Rosalie Cone Judy Cunningham Karma Dobesh Judy Erickson Lynda Feild Karen Hamilron Helen Henson Susan Higbie Sally Hill Joyce Hollimcin l-Y'1"'9 H0Plcins Par Marsron Della Marlinez linda Meyer B0Yb0f0 Milbefg Cafhie Mlirlwll 5 e Marian Miura JUNE' MYSYS 0 - ,., if as cl I I ,'i-1 XT' .leananne Olsen Julie Parrnakion Sue Priehs Barbara Pulzier loner RaY Mary Ann Redman pay Reynolds Renee Riesberg Lida Rowden Gretchen Schaefer Carol Seedroff Elsie Shirnabulwro Denise Sfehwien Louise Sfone joy Sundquisr Meridel Swan 1? Marilyn Tesi Betty Toda Kay Trimble Mary Weingarrh Ann Wheeler Sharon Widdifield Fran Willard Sue Zirkel l6l Alpha Sigma Alpha Founded at Longwood College in Virginia in l9Ol, Alpha Sigma Alpha is found across the United States, primarily on teachers' college campuses. Formerly Theta Zeta Beta at CSC, Alpha Sigma Alpha was organized here in 1916. The Alpha Sigs rank the highest scholastically ot any Greek organization on campus, and personal qualities, scholastic standing, and desire to join are considerations made of new members. Their goals include social and scholastic recognition. The Alpha Sigma Alpha dinner dance held every spring is a highlight of the year. Other Alpha Sig activities include their philanthropic project which is mentally retarded children, their Mother-Patroness tea held in the spring, and their annual mountain party. 'Q' President ..... ..... L ynn Hoyt Vice President ...... Karen Hadley Secretary . . ..... Dottie Haug Treasurer . . . .. .Arlene Schlagel Left to Right, Back Row: Charlotte Dunston, Hazel White, Edie Dombrowski, Mary Harms, Shirley Major, Leila Lewis. Row One: Barbara Koenig, Gay Gatza, Marilyn Ollhoff, Judy Easley, Gail Hanamura, Patsy Arnett. v A 439 .f- ., Q, 3 .65 Q 'Fax 'X' Su, 'O' 0' , 'G' 1 -of e , 'Q 'J Q Clara Jo Alley Fernie Baca Harrieff Brock Mary Camblin 0 ,V 32, ,L : 1? 9 j W xg- S: : . fem 3 gg ' Q., 1' A v0 ,F KR . -M' 1' 0-' .X-it A . '- YT' A ' -.Sli TP X f-v 'LQ' .3 A A h X - 31352. -3-Q -ff , A 'il-5 " :Q 3-I f fi ix x X , 1 Q A H CVH . Glennis - A Dee Ceruse Annabe e I Lois Clyius Darlene Conover Coumrymun Marilyn Gnem Ellen Green . ' in P .- .i se. , ,W L Q Cllr' jf" N 2 SRS 1, fig Gu? 2 :gg ' - YL, , 2. 4.-x 1 -6 Nd ,-an .Ng v P qc: 1 -, -Q-I 'jf ig 4? ' .-- Karen HadleY Connie Harrison Dorothy Haug Karen Hein Niia Hock Lynn Hoy? Morlys Jarrelt I fn' il -,s ' 1-4 . ,,-25, gy Q -f if ' 15:2 Q on A -' , ' ..- 5 L, 8 X K ,, 4. H ' ' Judy Kring A i Marilyn Kunkle 'D' ICN b Q 'is X Q 3 W 2 103' '-is 1 v lj Q' I 6 ' 'A lr? K nw -ny -fi' '- 7 ' Q' ' N 2 X Nancy Lucas Glenda Mclfniglwi Sue Megill Gail Moody Sharon Mullikin Ann Oqan Karen Reed Vx .. y A Q' . 1, 5. - 1 1' ' Vg 3 ' . -- A K N 2- ir' h-.Sit 3 :ri 0 :J 0 4 A-' , ff' L 1.0 L r pu ' 'i ,girfiiii L ' 13' ' . A., 'Qi-1+ K ' X ' Sue Richardson Jane Roihs Jane? Ruf Arlene Sclwlagel Lynne Sommers Rik: Sfacy Diane Thclxfcn . . L K M' " ff' . X- II. A1 sr- yi 3 A . .5 , " f " ,L Leg' 4 gr an 3 :ra ul, "'? x JOCVW' Tl"0mPSDl'l Barbara Thornton Sondra Van Horn Barb Ware Grace White Lynn Whife Sharon Widener Alpha Sigma Tau The outgrowth of a woman's social club founded by sixteen girls at Michigan State Normal College in 1899, Alpha Sigma Tau became a national sorority in 1926. Nu Chapter was formed at CSC in l928. The purposes of Alpha Sigma Tau are to promote ethical, cultural, and spiritual development of its members. One of the outstanding events of the Greek social calendar is the annual Yellow Rose Breakfast given for all CSC fraternity and sorority members, The Alpha Sigma Tau social service project consists of financial aid to the Pine Mountain Settlement School in Harlan County, Kentucky. This year the Tau's held their moun- tain porty at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. Left to Right: Penny Parker, Sandra Wong, Debo President Vice President Nancy Hauser Secretary Grace Briscoe Treasurer Mary Ann Heimke ,1 1 ff L "" ' "' V" A Q Q ..... ..- Loree Hawkins po- S ml Y? 5 A Karen King Paffy McCandless Vay Archbold Nancy Ailrisson f 0' .ob 1 - 4 L Evelyn Basseh Phyllis Parker L 4 Donna Welch YT Grace Briscoe Nancy Hauser x5'l'5! - 1. X vs 5 'fa 53 .4 lun? Barbara Schufz Kathy Shnelds Hill: G 9' L A L A Sue Werner Mary Lou Weilzel -0 3 L A Donna Horton JV , A Kathy Kirby L .1 Joyce Simmons Delta Zeta Delta Xi chapter of Delta Zeta was formed on this campus in i956 when Delta Sigma Epsilon and Delta Zeta merged their national organizations, they now have more national chapters than any other sorority. Of the many activities of the sorority, the Rose Dinner Dance and the Senior Farewell are keynotes. The Presidenf ---' 'A -Eleanor EGVIY Delta Zeta's are also known for the outstanding Sophomore Vice P,-esidenf ,..- Luanne Woolqrd award which they present each year during spring quarter. Hav- Secretary 1 I 1 . . ' I .Sue Wiggins mg taken first place in homecoming competition last year, the DZ's can be found in the midst of all greek activities. With the lreasuref -- -Nancy Fone' Killarney Rose as the sorority flower, their colors are old rose and green and their pins are in the shape of a golden lamp. Left to Right, Bock Row: Jean Moore, Pat Robovsky, Leslie Meyer, Judy Boh, Pat Snodgress, Lou Aden, Doris Wilson. Row One: Put Powell, Karen Putz, Margie Ray, Georgia Smith, Lynn Poplawski, Barb Cage. Not Pictured: Kathy Kauffman, Peri Steen. aZ?:?T'i, ,, ts, .. , ,,... --- - ,. .,, .. T , ff... .V UA . is -- -V I. hgivliiic .D """" I t fx ,4 Pal Brenrldn Barbara Brown Jeanette Brown Claudia Clevenger Carla Comsrock Caroyln Cooper Marilyn Copps Karen Dickey Cathy Doncihoe Kay Eager Lana Felland Mimi Gassowoy Peggy Gerlach -ci Mary Ellen Gillehe -PKR' 1-O9 'YV Sue Haney Carol Harris Donna HarveY CarolY"' T-v ....., '-r -1 ,jx Herman Sandra Hove Jean Hoye Norma Johnson S J 1 Z M! T' if Q I 'Q Barbara .lanes Ruih Jones Judy Kelley Linda Kiffs Judy Knechf Shirley Labriola Marsha Lanmi Cheryl Longacre Mariorie Lorenz Judy McWilliams Jan Moyers Stevie Mueller Nancy Porier Lencre Purcell Jane? Ragland Mariann Smaldone Rosemarie Smith 5l"0'0f' 5""'i'l' 45 4 v-7 J 40 1:41- Ardeih Taylqr Barbara Weber Jan White Sue Wiggins Ruth Wilson Luanne Wlwlurd l67 Sigma Kappa With ninety-seven chapters scattered throughout the United States, Sigma Kappa's Gamma Alpha chapter was organized at CSC in 1950. Previous to that the Sig Kaps were known as Sigma Upsilon on this campus. Active in all campus events, the Sigma Kappa's placed tirst in Songfest last year. In addition to campus activities they have many service projects which include the Bon- nell Home where each girl is assigned to assist a patient through- out the year. Special events in the Sig Kap year are the dinner dance, the mountain party, and the Gypsy Tea which is given tor all Greeks. President .... .... C aryl Core Vice President ...... Carol Parsons Secretary .... .... P aula Garrett Treasurer .. . .... Martha Devitt Left to Right, Back Row: Sally Klemer, Bonnie Olson, Kathleen Ferguson, Claudia Thompson, Donna Milne, Sharon Duke, Sheryl Borg. Row One Judy Pearson, Phyllis Senatore, Sharron Roberts, Susan Sands, Mary Johnson, Doreen Kerbs. Not Pidured: Judy Sekera, Peggy Williamson. Ai 'E 1 1 A 3 1 'BP Bea Allison Elaine Apking Cleo Bender fm. fi .. S -. S Sharon Berg Susie Bosiian Sharolyn Cameron Barbara Chase Sharleen Chrisfy Marsha Cortner Diane Determan Marfha Devin 1-an It S Marilyn Elder Judy Fritz Betsy Gammel Paula Kay Garreff Thais Goff Jane Goodman Jeanne Gmginger Susie Hewen i ixxbblfg ' gem? 5 l.yy ,fy 31332 Y. . t -luv , , MUVQUVBV l'l'f5Cl1 Lola Ann Hifzung lin 'Q I 'Q "? '10 I9 vt, 7? 'Qs- Q. Judy HDI-If Billie Humphries MCIYY l'lU750n BCll'bCfC' lClC0b50n Phyllis .lanes Roberfa Janes Peggy Karnes Marian Kashima ii V.-5 Sonia Lund Kris Nakano Carol Parsons Julianne Perry Jacci Rhoden Linda Sample JOYCE Seief Mathewsan Margaret Sieler Sidney Sfraiman Caroline Tamplin Jeri Tye Rum wmbunon Jun Welch 169 Sigma Sigma Sigma Since 1898, Sigma Sigma Sigma has based its service to the mem- bers, the college where each chapter is located, and to the society at large on high principles. Iota chapter of Tri Sigma was installed February 15, 1915, at Colorado State College. Special activities of the Tri Sigma's are a Christmas party for the cerebral palsied children of Greeley and Christmas caroling to shut-ins. Other activities are their slave day, shoe shine, dinner dance, intramurals, and the Senior Send-off at the end of spring quarter. President ........ Anne McCleery Vice President ...... Ann Gauthier Secretary .... . . .Kathy Sullivan Treasurer . . . . . .Carolyn White Lett to Right, Back Row: Rae Ann Willsen, Sharon Rockhold, Carol Carlson, lalonie McElhinny, Lynn Johnstone, Mary Ellen Mellott, Judy Jump. Row One: Pat Metzger, Audrey Walters, Jean Boardman, Sharon White, Loretta Sloan, Vicky Kumor. Not Pictured: Betty Lende. it qv Cb 2 ,g Z TS. , .si-A-f 13 .5 .-95,1 sr at 'vii f TL Q 2 1 1 1 , 'K 1, t 1 ll 5 ll ! 3 1 , lb ,l " 1 k 1 f l is ' tu, My y ig fl D0Vfl'Y Alden Wanda Alexander Angela Allen Marie Bleakley Janet Bursch Jane Clark Katie Corlner Benito Dahl Pal Dent Marilyn Deus Renee Dotsan 3 , AH, V. ..l., E53 , . N A . Q X . JoAnn Estes - Nl Qjfbk---Q Phyllis Fcussef f ' Sr QQ- M M ,L M M si - lx C, Q .5 Q l' o --A .K 5 ' 3 wg V' A 'W ,, af' l if l Ann Gauthier Jung Helm MYVVW l'll'5cl' JOAN! HI-'Ck Janice Mallelle Carolyn McKnigh! Carole Mink Mary Fran Morris Marilyn Reed Pat Sain Kay Siellmalxer Kathleen Sullivan Freddie Thomas Carmelita Truiilla .Glenda wagers Carolyn Whife Acacia -Q Acacia Sweetheart Mary Weingarth Founded in 1904 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Acacia was organized by fourteen master Masons. There are now forty-five chapters in the United States. In 1952, Acacia came to the campus as a colony and became a national chapter in March of 1956. The fraternity is often characterized by the motto "To whom much is given, of him shall much be required." Active in all Greek activities, the Acacia's have won the sweep- stakes trophy at Homecoming for three consecutive years and have placed first in Greek Follies for the last two years. Annual activities are their dinner dance and mountain party. Venerable Dean. .Robert Schroeder Senior Dean ......... Ken Nichols Secretary . .. .. .Charlie Oshiro Treasurer . . , . .DeLance Viers Left to Right, Back Row: Bill Behrens, Bob Roberts, Dick Robison, Don Holes. Row One: Byron Uhrich, Jim Glasscock, Alun Smith, Bob Kieser. 4+ Hi. . ,i -ic- 1 i i if -.5 .1 Warren Andeygqn Roberf Asmus Al Bessel! R B oy efz Keith Bogren v U my f if L Alan Hyslop .- A A Robert Logsdan 4:- af -Q-" 'Q '-n Walter Burkett Don Cable James Colva john Dahm Russell Eugker . 1 .P . :Fi l F fi sr. kkk nanny X Mu, Ken Nichols ,Il L ,M 7 X L Larry Rewerts 'T ...p Lewis Nichols -ui .... 3 Jack Scheideman Charles Oshira .Jr 1 um Lyle Stevenson ,sn-. ,- Monte Oilo .0 ' .f Ken Tiffany ? ln sea. feel' Y--sf Philip Page off' .J -Q :I Darel Hardy ,... John Lewis f-511 Sandy Luppens George Perrin Ron Rcltkovich 16 ot Ron Twombly Delcmce Viers Mike Welker 4 Alpha Kappa Lambda if Alpha Kappa Lambda Sweetheart Pl'eSld9f'If ............ Wes Cook Alpha Kappa Lambda has been called the first college fraternity to be established on the Pacific coast and now has chapters throughout the United States. In 1955, AKL colony was formed at CSC and they became Upsilon chapter May 'l2, 1957. The five ideals of the fraternity are aggressive Christian character, high scholarship, campus leadership, loyalty to Alpha Kappa Lambda, and appreciation of self-support. Their annual dinner dance is held in the fall and their mountain party is held every spring. Founcler's Day, celebrated each year, will be in Wichita, Kansas, this year with many of the brothers attending. This sum- mer the national conclave will be held in Estes Park. Left to Right, Back Row: Jerry Walters, Crai Baile , Bob Adams Rich Johnson Jeanie Putnam Vice President .... George Skertich Secretary .... .... T ony Gallegos Treasurer . . . . .Jim Bybee Row One: Gaylord Gibbs, Ralph 9 Y t V Not Pictured: Keith Russet, Frank Baca, Gary Brockway, Dave Casey. DiSibio, Ron Huddleston, Louis Blanc , 'L N1V"F!1"" ' 11' M55 ,V i K9 I 3 . K , ,w K ' -wr T,,5N,., Q A. ,- 35, . ,- 1 1 xf X N we TN :ik -Q I B rv Q Don Allen Craig Bailey Skip Chambers Sieve Englerf .-Q ' 1 Don Fisher Dan Fugiiu Tony Gallegos Bob Hayes lynn Hopwoad ...' lin :. . . 1 ,l X"P"w x 1 1' I X1 ' '1 ll A I xi, 1 X X Ken Krause D W ,f Harold Martin - l ' MQ jf e- .N I 5 Lf. X 5 ,. I . f: - 5. 'iii' ' z - -'Jai ,f Louis Novak Bi"0'S0'1 A , L "" V C g,,,, f ,4 'C ' V U A, x I xl 434 x. fl' "" Y" . John PCIl'll0f' Bob Pass Ron Pope Lloyd Prior Nelson Ruby Q- -Q l',' be Ar, ', l +- X X 4 X 'V . '57 ' A l Norb SCl1mlN Mel Slwimada George Skerfich Bill Smith Don Sfevenson Sigma Chi ff, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi President .... . . .Doug Brown Je anann e Olsen Vice President. . . .... Nip Landry Secretary .... . . .Jack Mason Originating in T855 at Miami University in Oxforcl, Ohio, Sigma Treqgurer , H ,,,, Jim Von Meter Chi has T34 chapters with Epsilon Pi chapter having been estab- lished at CSC on March 29, l958. Active on this campus since l9Ol, they were first known as Delta Psi. Sigma Chi's are always seen in campus activities, and annual fraternity events include the Sweetheart Dinner Dance, Sigma Chi Derby Days, and the spring mountain party. They also hold a Winter Ski Party each year with the Pi Kaps. The goals of Sigma Chi are to create character, to develop personality, and to guide conduct. Their obiectives are scholarship and fellowship. Left to Right, Back Row: Chuck Eaton, Ray Stark, Chuck Schneebeck, Bob Belt, Bernhardt Rasmussen, Vern Karlin. Row Two: Gary Heath, Dan Smith, Doug Lockhart, Chuck Hideman, Jerry Ratliff, Ted Britain, Pat Haywood. Row One: Mike Langton, Frank Nagy, Stan Rains, Duane McCutchan, George Stahla. Not Pictured: Dave Keup. ' '.'s:ggt,5. sg. .1 sive A N 'A'- ...I Y . 11. 4 1 V 4 f-xx 1 xj5,5ff5' .. -1 1 .1 ,1- q Ron Bqilgy Don Beierbach Ernest Brown Gary Browning Chuck Cqssig -. ' fr 'ZX " X-1 I-0, -3- '-" Vern Foster Dun Grenief Bill Groteluschen Willis Hastings Tom Heggge William Hoffmann Mike Homyok -v-nu. 3 fr Xf' I H! Chuck Jerke ' Ar Dick Koch Nip Landry -n ...nfs -v- -. fe-..v Q .---v J .--y Vincent Mces Arnold Marshall Donald Martin Dave Moulton Kenneth Nicola Frank Parce Tom Rmliff f- 'E W' v ZF 'Q 3 10 .... vfv ji 1 n. m K Harold Rcvenscruff Paul Schneider Lee Story GEOVQB Stwfe Jim V011 Meter Wesley Wes! Marvin Worden Sigma Phi Epsilon Mrs Lola Hough' Vice President Chuck Delpapa Sigma Phi Epsilon in 1952 was the tirst national fraternity to join the CSC campus. Founded in 1901 in Richmond, Virginia, they now have 148 chapters. In addition to the traditional activities of sneaks, mountain parties, dinner dances, participation in intra- mural games, and many social activities, the Sig Eps sponsor and maintain a free blood bank for the entire campus. Originally cailed Lambda Gamma Kappa, the group was founded at CSC in November of 1903. The Sig Eps are easily recognized on campus by their gray jackets and their heart-shaped pins. Lett to Right, Back Row: Dave Howe, .lack Braly, Norman Oliver, Gary Burkgren Douglas Fitch Phil Pankoff Row Three Bob Owens Jim Allen Bob Fleming, Bill Speer, Bruce Dobson, Don Kinney, Ralph Yates, Gary Larson. Row Two Craig Smith Rich Hill Gary Salimeno Nick Schrodt Ron Hoisting Marc Gibson, Gerry Beaumont. Raw One: Mike Nachazel, Emery Schattinge r, A C Howerton Tom Carlson Jim Navara Jim Roorda , w- W .x rd T Don Andrews .lerry Buffers Chuck Chandler Charles Delpapcl Jim Dorsey " '31 'C '3 4 Buzz Kursiedf 5 "-'77 'H' ta- :: - Ed Everroad John Gilbert Norm Greenfield Buzz Gunnison Dove Hun? Rick Jucobus I x 9 N Q. 1- -vc W' . li -or ,f was Don Kurfh Mike Larson Bob lee Dick Lewer Gordon Mack Roe Mackey M 1414 ' Wx ""' Torn March Bob Mulcheil 'Q N--rn-g Bill Maxey larry Olson Bdsm is I is 1 '19 Don McPhee John Mendoza Bill Miller Jim Mitchell Oren Nero Gary Odle 'Q 'PWS -as ,S v-Q --5 'Q .T Bernie owen: Ron Peose James R.-mliffe Bob Ruffin Tom Smifh Dick Todd ,hs ff? Keith Torke Dick Trimmer Nolan Webber Roger Whitten Del Wvelfle Theta Xi I ,, 1737 Theta Xi Sweetheart President ........... Tom Martin Ruth Wilson Vice President .,,. John DesCombes Secretary .... . . .Gary McVey Beta Eta chapter of Theta Xi fraternity came nationally onto the Treasurer . . . .... Walt Wragge Colorado State College campus in May, 1954, and has two main fraternity goals: a strong brotherhood and high scholarship. The annual Turtle Race which they sponsor during Greek Wleek is only one of many Theta Xi activities. Their Pearl Dinner Dance and yearly mountain party are looked forward to each spring. The Theta Xi Beatnik Party has become an annual event with a very novel favor for the sorority which they host. The pledges of Theta Xi introduce themselves to each sorority pledge shortly after pledging with a rose. Left to Right, Back Row: John Spence, Chris Wilson, James Schneider, Tom Downey, Fred Keil, Frank Carbaial. Raw One: Ken Lindley, Carmel Sandoval, Paul Keil, Phil Tallman, Ray Fleming, Elton Duncan. vs . ,-. .in- 1,1 . -ay E . ,f. .., 1' - Nm Y . Q x g!! '2 s 'P 55 .., il-.H '75 ,-N s. .4 al Q- J "' - 1 '-95 I , I - I -1 5 ' " 'W A l IH 1 K A A A ' I Harvey Andersen Jim Ayars Bill Bean Stanley Braufman - X aww, 5:5-, f 13' I .. l A L .-X, ' , fr wp. I, W. 2553 A V fzr '-M' 4 f. , f'- X his-as R 1 N I John DesCombes arf-si' -al '3 fha MA K Paul Keil i . 1. As:- 'ailfl X 5 J ' 5- "7 AN Garth Lambie -f SN , -A , ' a - 1.Y3l3:'Zx3gs:::a:2se-mc:-y ' . fx 'Q -3 A s 5 X Robert Lind -4- 3 ' l Eugene Pananoni larry Dills .1 if :' ?f'f' 31 9-.se N 'Ci 6 Norman Lofgren .,4:.m, , 1-5 .v-v' P 'El Carmel Sandoval Dee Downing 9. -f av rggg . "a .-A A 'P 4 M, lk Carl Lucas ., Q57 W, v it. Brian Smith F , 3 s A Jerry Hansen -o K qi Qs X X ' QQQ L N X if xy f Xa ,, . Ga r y McVeY Rf N0 ' - .Q- QA Alphonso Stines 1 N Don Hefner ...,,. Si? ., fir: Q. 1 N 2 ff, E5 9-f - Ray Kent M ww: x :w,...m:-. ,C xi' A Al Lewark we , -I l , la J Fi.: . 1 ,. x Tim 0'Leary . ' 45. . , X 4 . - f-1 V' Q 9 ' , V XE' N: :iii .- '5': :'- - S efi:3ale.:'f - .ref IK ' Walier Wragge Tau Kappa 'S' Epsilon TKE Sweetheart President ........... Larry Eicher Linda Cornish Vice President .... . . .Leo Sunada Secretary .... . . .Don Kelly Treasurer . . . .... Rich Harms Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded at Illinois Wesleyan University in 1899 and Delta Delta chapter replaced Delta Tau Delta fra- ternity at CSC in 1953. The fraternity stands for individual worth and character above all and is a well rounded group, as is noted by the various organizations which boast TKE membership. Examples of TKE activities range from open house for parents during homecoming to the dinner dance in the spring. For the last three years, the Tekes have won the Songfest trophy. Le-ft to Right, Back Row: Dave Hathaway, Mel Piccard, John Kozuszko, Mike Bullock, Ron Schupp, Fred Cuckow. Row Two: Don Byers, Ted Kater, Jack Miyamoto, Ellsworth West, Don Wiskes, Mike Montgomery. Row One: Jack Zabriskie, John Cooper, Rick Werntz, Jim Bowman, Jim Sample. Not Pic- tured: Paul Battiste, Chuck Dennis, Fred Tiller, Chase Nixon, Jim Ennis, Darrell Dallegge. if' N ' ' 'M ' it e- ' . " - H 'ss -J,-ls:si.Rs.s"'.1.Y,-S ,mr ,-. 5 c Q3 J 4-3 -Q-1 ts os., . N 'fri r xg - .-.5 -ns 2 Jerry Amsberry Lee Anderson 4 -ws Qi Robby Baldwin Lou Barefta Ed Berger 3 M gl ' E 4- iii" u fl ' 1 Q ld, k ' fr .' , Tom Butterwec X , ' ,IQ qw I I 1 I , i 'Y x 563 x Terry Cyprian f.. ue: .N I Nd ' 6 ft? Sieve Fdffllwm Bill Freeman Gene Gales we .., u Rich Hardin -.1 Rich Harms ,FN ' . ! .fd :W fha: -E. W 4 Larry Anson Gary Boles 5: Howard Hanna vp lin Bob Harris r, is !v Fred Bradley 'S Tom Crawford X Q r C' , 'Z Frank Enyear! Si? Jim Hardin 4 rf? '25 irc 5 N1 I -x Dan Harris Rich Hill Howard Hof Charles Hull Seiei lkehara .fi f'-of 'ii 'J 5' Delmer lmhnf vi Bill Jackson 'Ql- -Q 1 1-.5 -5 .v Tim Jefapoulos Chuck Jones Willie Kellogg Don Kelly Paul King Wulfer King Perry Knowlton 'VVS ,Nr- 3 Q 3' Bill Koplar f'f?r Gene Overton Q -4 Denny Rundle ful v+,, Dick Urbana Joe Krause sf" 'lb we "L, Ken McGrcznahan , .4 ..- Rich Pearce 3 -Q an 4 no ...... f"Q Bernie Linenberger Gary Lao George Macaulay Nm Sian McWilliams P an -... 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T4E" f f-4" "J" ' -Vi' -Y , X, if ,, .IA ,K V, A Hg- -Q 1 - , 1 I AcZ""" X f X ff ...... .--P-ga..- lfzff -.FA i4 - 4-Ei i -..Ei - ff: ii Z! "fi Ad! Jf-'X-Zi, 'QQ' i Q ---'iff ,,,, ff,,i1'T:P!:-2?f? J ' " .ff--'l V :'ff",-7:-: f'?'Lf -f+-j:LLm.C- Hsf:'+M 4' If A' ,, ff" :ffm ?ii"--133-if', i V, ,Af-L..-H?" fm" 77 A J --1-d' ' u , -fg ZZ, l FOOTBALI i l I i l r x 3 Q Q ..s..q,. M" Q . g ' Y , -U . I Q 5 JM i si ' , 5 U A Q : 1 fix. The football season marks the beginning of each school sports year. To many it brings back memories, to others it is a hope for tomorrow. But to the men on the field, the actors in this drama, it is a present dynamic occurence, To them this section ot the Cache La Poudre tributes -the men who represent us on the athletic field -f the athletes of Colo- rado State College. 93 i s .X 6. -..:.I -f QA' , v T . -4+ . G . A ' 3 x-QE' 1-if ' l A .1 H31 1, p n Dick Falch Fullhack Ron Hoppmann Halfback Jerry Mosley Guard 'J keg- .. .vs ij' .U pg' ax ,. .' , 1.1-5' .x .., . X NN.. gsvk. M .. ' K 13553 1 7 zu, A A A 1 - 519 1 X ,N x Q 1-cf f V ital . E:,.,.?.-ii in- fccnsl . Q. . 4 Q u 4'i'k :Q fxflvx 4, i l ' ' Y ' t " . ....i. -. fx., . s Q R A ,Wt gym T N831 JN 3 Q ' '3 wb x.'-st-Qgfzgiwgffs,.-A:-gc-ui-1 1 : -'-' sf X 2' . 1 we :N , W fs.: ,-'1.A1,g. 5' sf lx, . - A-y.l,y - 'v L , . .-f-'9-...hp s - . - X XM N 'X M1-f-55-,.5xE,:m.Nsp5:sk tkxw s X ss. x - N J xx X X 'R mc Q - . . -L .- . ..,Xs..,,5, X x eq, Q x s - Ns -fs sw- 'gs qx tj, 3 ,X X 5 , ex ic N A ' R N ,xx QQQXHVWX MIX Xa X Y' X ' :yy f C I :':'.,1:.i4:f.s1.-V sf-:sv . ff . .- .hr-.F as w-v,w.,,..p:.. sq X? Ns .. , - 'sf ' Wi ,:fr1.:i'-is '22 ' 'wifi ' aft "f The Bears this year enioyed their best season since 1934. The Colorado State Col lege team finished the year with a 7-2-O mark. The year was made up of many outstanding performances by both Seniors and Underclassmen. The fine attitude of this year's team sparks hope for continued Football success. Curl Selee Harley Sly Dick Trimmer Quarterback End Tackle 'QE-'F lx iff -115' .YA 'Is v .. 1 ., ' 4 . ,' 54 -5-1- , s.... Q n . . , T J l Q f- . fbll " ,l .-ci. .4 - 3 P f .3 E. l "V 5 was . .1,, W- ' -ul-has C 5 'ld' - 1 Chuck Chandler Sid Colglazier Richard Cordova Frank Enyeorf Halfback Fullbock Quurferbock Tackle af' L' 1' 'W ',4""? I V 191 :Q i' sv ONE 'QsU"P" if' Q .-'vi i' 's ff ,, R 4,5 X X:- Bob Fleming Dan Fugifu Dick Green Tackle End Tackle 1 X x ,X , K ,4., . A N 4' .I S The Colorado State Bears opened the 1959 season with a non-conference victory against South Dakota State. The Bears whitewashed the South Dakota team 22-O. In the second game, upset-minded Western State was quickly defeated 49-6. In this game the Bears amassed a total of 496 yards and never were forced to punt. Butch Gardner, Bruce Peck, and Larry Olsen all lent a hand to score impressively against the Mountaineers. Adams State College did pull an upset on the Bears as they tallied early and held on for a 28-14 victory. One week later CSC continued their on-the-road success as they smashed Pan- handle A and M 26-O. John Johnson proved the spark to the team along with Olsen, Gardner, and Peck. A highlight of the year for the team was the defeat of the Colorado Mines team at Golden. The traditional rivalry was at its peak as the Bears trounced the Miners 28-O. The next week CSC kept up its rugged pace and made it a happy Home- coming for the many fans who attended. The Bears downed New Mexico Highlands University 51-6. An outstanding job of both offense and defense proved too much for New Mexico to handle. Long runs and alert passing again gave CSC an impressive victory. Idaho State Bengals slowed the pace of the Bears as the team fought hard to defeat CSC 32-13. In the final game of the 1959 season the Bears wrapped up their grand season with a 27-18 victory. Again great team effort gave the Bears a truly out- standing season. Russell Hama Bill Johnston Lawrence Kalkowski Center End Tackle 4-as fur W1 N 7... t 1 .!.5,,,.,jQ.ui V 91 1 A- " . fi ' .- 'f x v ' ' 1 . .,. . . . i "."Pi-4 " -L tm '- fggqwg V ', .r - - A 3251- -'X 1 -' 1 ,, , .qshm-g -. f'-1 M ' -' qs- .'v.p'-'1fx'.'5t'.ix . -.ki nga-. . f lint. A., N 5 1. J 'X -' - -:,g,, A was - 2 ' -Z"i'i5ii 'fj il' iiiilisl w g-A . 1 get -,tai i f -ni is ' i ' Mu g' - ' ff r. 5' -, 4345 ! -VT it V t! at ,I - -.'-',g!.f'iiiz3,f. 4, ff. ' 1-, rf- . 2 A .- ui. ..'..::-Fvrb T-trmiif 'fiffmtu -n'3f'at". .51 J "mx 'j?-:ns-'sa -.-f-- -------- . ----- 0 lx N., -an-rr Wally King End Don Krause Center Wayne Lee Tackle 1, If ij so "' K, -1 Xi? 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Quarterback Guard Center ' "'Ui"7F:r-f' 1 it .Quran l 'Qin- Q-...P ,,, ,,g,Y f,1,f r, ,. 11,2 .'.C'.5'C1m' H155 '.-1575 'lxuiii ,'lTf,.f,'f,1'L1 ' :,f, z:ijjI:.'2l,lix,A.: ff..-e. 1 C'ff3Z,6'?f1?5f32f32',f' ?5E1',5"a1JgfJ1f1sEff ig! fp", fifwrf ,'fi"7 Qf vfkrxifj' '7:C'1' Ji!-s':LLz2ri:f2 .,,,.,-2 Don VanPel1 Tackle George Vosmero Guard BASKETBALI 'Q I X S 9 ...H The pre-season battles proved to be costly for the Bears. Fort Hayes defeated the team 83-72 and 73-66 in two wide-open pre- season bouts. Two victories over New Mex- ico 93-63 and Arizona 82-71 gave the Bears some experience on the victory trail. In Rocky Mountain conference openers the Bears dropped a double header to Colorado College. Jim Hruska paced the team to this point with his 18.9 output per game. Loyola brought along tame, height, and power as they invaded the CSC court. In a hard fought battle Loyola emerged triumph- ant with a score of 85-76. It marked a real improvement for the Bears who this year continued to meet some top notch competi- tion. C-State broke school scoring records in their 104-64 triumph over Colorado Mines. The halt time score was 43-41 but the second half outburst proved too much for the ragged Miners to handle. 87-60 was the score of the second meeting of the two clubs. Rocky Mountain Conference Won Lost Idaho State 8 0 Colorado College 15 3 Colorado State College 12 6 Western State 6 12 Colorado Mines 4 14 Adams State 3 13 All Games Won Lost Idaho State 21 4 Colorado College 17 4 Colorado State College 14 11 Western State 7 17 Colorado Mines 6 20 Adams State 8 18 'N " .5245 O, 1 HQQ: '15 w.. -VM . ,,x M ,h -naw' -....,...-5-.W 5TETbP-gf: 24, 5: 0, - i TB AISI1 ghty BbRff RyB1 R O C hB Th HlldElRb J Bl HF kCbll The C-State cagers finished the season in third place. The team finished with a 12-6 Conference record. Theo Holland was selected by the Rocky Mountain coaches' all- league team. A well balanced effort gave the Bears a fine over all club. A lack of exceptional height hindered the team in a few tight places. Jim Hruska, Frank Carbaial, and Theo Holland were a trio of exceptional ball players. Congratulations to the team for a job well done. lVi1'.?'l'l.lN - For the twenty-fourth time in a row, the CSC Wrestling Team ran off with honors in the Rocky Mountain Confer- ence Meet. The determined team outscored their closest rival Colorado Mines by T9 points, 77-58. Five ofthe eight individual championships were won by the Bears. Winners were Frank Jordan, Lanny Bryant, Gary Wilson, Len Lor- dino, and Dick Trimmer. Left to Right, Back Row: Assistant Coach Jack LaBonde, Gary Wilson, Dick Trimmer, Gary Sturbaum, Leonard Lordino, .Ion Patterson, John Hayes, Harold Harrison. Row Two: Wayne Humphrey, Dick McPeek, Mott Vuxinic, Tom Hood, Lanny Bryant, Tom Wills, Paul Enockson, Tom Anderson, Jim Harden. Row One: Buddy Hunt, Frank Jordan, Ray Sandoval, Harold Croissant, James Jamsay, Gaylord Gibbs. P I all .ol Q sr X ff' il N. X i ' ff' Q ff , T1 0, A y ' XJ M: iii 1- xiii! ki. if it ' K l X: TF., ml R V V -, J X Q : YQ X L 4 i . - ' ' "f i xii 4 , .,' fwfr i :N , ., ' A A A Ll L in 1 X .L-I,A. ,T . . M The Bears opened the season with a 28-O victory over the United States Air Force Academy. Ray Sandoval set the mood for the whole evening with a pin over AFA Har- old Keck. Dick Trimmer concluded the meet appropriately with a quick pin over Hardy Lebel. The CSC team continued the season in traditional fashion with a loss to Western State marring the perfect slate. Oregon State, a coast power, tell to the Bears dur- ing an extra match of the season. Proving their superiority once again the C4State grapplers downed a raft of worthy opponents at Fort Collins to capture their fourth straight Rocky Mountain AAU wrestling championship. Closest to the Bears 77 point tally was CSU with 59 points, following were Wyoming 445 University of Colorado 425 Colorado Mines 24g Western State T91 Lamar Junior College 185 and the University of Denver 15. Individual championships by Frank Jordan and Gary Wil- son clinched the victory for CSC. i 1 5: - I ' .. . 411. . 4-'r xxei rv ,J 6 pf' " if' .1 f 9' NW' ' N .f Q 114, H I X V W ' ."-' A W v-.' 'S ' g'fw"' ""-'-- ,. i ' """'--' .. M P 'H ' "'A Q 'W ' """V'k"N-A' vu ' auxfxrwf ?T..,... .. """-ww-. 3 ff M1 ti pf-w - O I ns 4 nf--Q,-. : s-, x '..f. V 3 . 'K 4 . sv. -0 , m!5.':fg'f 1.15, VN.-,4 P fb -. " - xr, f 13+ gf ,ga 4. H1 5 ggmgx 911 1199 5 'NM i ai' ' A 6193215- i- . ,, , , .. ..AKx.,.. , .xv ,,, YS-Qf'3': g - .AQ-ff -'+3"""'i3' - -rf f - I 1 1 . I I it.'n 1 I A flying ring stun! by Larsen. Lefi to Right, Back Row: Rich Shine, Duane McCartney, Buzz Gunnison, Dave Passerelli and Coach Tony Rossi, Row One: Fred Bradley, Gary Larsen, Lou Bcreffa, Chuck Jerke, and Mike Larsen. 3 iw ,ga 1 ux P 5 - Ldfvi 2lO i gg- 'Shi s . ' X NK N ,ifiijft iaflftjig' ' " EEA SlfQl5T?Q5YiNXESv ASQ 352 .1-my f ' NFA' QNYSXA v. , ' .. ':N':N1CN:x- ,rs-F. -:t-:fst-1l'Q5'NwekiXQf x.gN'95SN X -is-'-its XR Qzsfw-tr.. - -'st xx sw ,....va.:-N tink tl- . tm, wit, X . 1 2 sf-21-QSSSQ-ttstiz' 3:'.5gQw'3E x A s ,:'Ei.'3tYJ9i'YYf5E'Sf3Tl:"f'Qf?" if ' 4 -Q ',QQ",g- ' ' Y-.' -5 r 1" - 31fE3Ni.S,."i,:,,1 .a:'.-'QQQQ 5 .rf t ,, Q , vis - B 't W.,-f - ' i '. ,Q 1 T ' it - J P, ' :X tl ' s if eg ' ff l A f 51 51+ 'f .s'1E?'X'P"'- The T960 Gymnastic team opened the season with a bang by downing The Denver University Pioneers 85-25. Multiple wins were provided in this meet by veteran gymnasts Lou Baretta and Buzz Gunnison. Again against Colorado competition the Bears dumped Colorado University 70-41. Lou Baretta again was the gun taking two firsts in this meet. Buzz Gunnison, Dave Passarelli and Mike Larsen provided depth and assured the CSC team victory. Outside the Colorado teams the Bears suffered defeat to nationally ranked Nebraska and Minnesota. The Air Force Academy also came on late in the season to give the CSC team tremendous competition. All around showmanship and performance provided a fine year for the team. 3 L+. 9 ll IAIAIN - The Swimming Team proved To be one of the best CSC has ever produced. Bill Koplar, Clint Summerfield, and many more gave fine individual performances Throughout the year. The Rocky Mountain Conference title again fell to the Bears. 4.53521 Q: 'yg, SBK , . ,, . W-Q .L L, - . ' . 'mmf' 1'-""-'vvlmw-fn-.-.xx-.R.Q... ff -- . --. I - - , -w..W 9' - ., ' Bimini... 4 -fr- ,-.,. ..,. ,. .,..,. ,., -l we 4 1' -:K A-44.61, 5 I . n 1 Q . Q.J'5i'x I ,V nf.. - x 4' L I h' 5 -. 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We l ' .-I. .IJ i' ' '. .ff l i ff A yi' rr H A . ig 'it' "ii ,"'ahx,x " ,it fs - , , fr' 7 if? S , -'gm , 'K . ,-1 . .jig iv? i- J 9 I' '. . , h . N .gtg had Y xt. 1, -.-:.'?::i gg, il ' t 214 35 . 5 ., L, - li' 'I5 li Suriv v 5 W li itil C , Q y f-5 , ,lx I. 31 C , or I , so N 1 1 xv -1 "Sis X iiis 1' i 4 x If 215' -gis K- f X .ge A K -F V r H 'E X -5 C 4 C -' X ' Y .i. iil X -lt' .QD ,, x Q '-af' 4 .,, fe' Left fo Right, Back Row: Coach Pete Butler, Ken Kempf, John Panian, Don Herrick, Joe Peck, Gene Neelly, Duane Banks, Blaine McVicker and assistant coach Tom Cooper. Row Two: senior manager Russ Sfrole, John Groninger, Ron English, Paul Chamberlain, Floyd Acre, Bill Trimble, Carl Rohnke and junior manager Bill TenBenzel. Row One: Wayne Merriif, Joe Duca, Norm Idleberg, Larry Turner, John Koehler, Bob Preisendorf and Frank Carbaiol. Same song - second verse. g gf 5353 ini W "5" N-aug, A 1- .v,..f'm 7 4, .V 51'--Haj' V. ..,h. . W, QVN, 'Y'-'N .wa ,. 5 -"-ff". 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The team was second to Idaho State in the conference meet. With an abundance of field strength and very fine relay teams, CSC provided excellent competition at all meets. Coach John Hancock again guided the team. Jim Cox, Wes Cook, Bob Ring, Jim Alegre, and Paul Wachholz all made outstanding contributions to the total effectiveness of the team. An outstanding event of the year was the record-breaking performance by the CSC mile relay team. Jim Cox, Wes Cook, Bob Miller and John Johnson kept a rapid pace to set the Relay Record at 3:28.6. This surpassed the old mark of 3:29.6. I Q -1 pw..-J - ' ,xg 1 Y . T H3511 ,sm Form and effort paint u beautiful picture. fi? 'NU . vi 13 ,M 11. -.10 M -1- 'fin t.f'?""Q"a,."' 5 '52 .5 we.. 992 ' . 219 - 'I' Illll xx K .. f 4, 5. Left to Right Buck Row Coach James E Genuscl Jerry McMurray, Duane McCartney Ken McFerren Bob Kennedy Bob Sandberg and Ruchord Busch Row One Mike Delia, Don Kurth, Bull Murray and .hm Radcluffe -is N30 5' x 'ff Q S' Q .4 QV' " Y f .mi -1'f Colorado State's tennis team won the 1959 Rocky Mountain championship at the confer- ence meet at Colorado Springs with a score of T7 points. The team was coached by Mr. James Genasci. The team's first man was Ken McFerren. The team defeated all confer- ence teams during the regular season. CSU suffered defeat from the Bears in the second of two non-conference meets. -- ,Tir fi ' 1 ' fl 4. fit -N 'X V. : ,- , . , 4 r .xx if T 1 fy ." I ., l , 1 A , 1 it ' ' I I 1 T as my V T. 1 ' V li- ' f 'QNL7-..f W " l, I, ,' Q' .. 'Z Q,-n." . l'.r T vw, C Y, . I' N ' l I H 4 I i X' NX wx ku- wp X ld ? 'l 1 , 5 X ' ,'-,S E Q f ' l xx T9 A . , 'fi ,mi , Ji' t 1 N , 1 fl Allifmsg v , ' ', A -2. I t vw. f T T, -Q ' .X .' , .4 'Cl' ' N V V I vi CSC Season Record A 2 T ' l' 'X K, ' ,1 ' rl' lf -' v 1 s 1 - .f'- ' '- CSC 8 Mines O JT 'K 'I 4 f XZ X 1 ,A--' If "l 1 l fi it . . 1 , If I, ' A 4' Q csc 6 cc o T ,P '1 1 1 , l 1 4 t mv -0 xii ' ' f,.'-' , .lisig csc 5 cc 2 ,x , - 1 N .4 I - 4 g M It wi! rf. Conference Meet , lj! . K .1 gt If A di" i 1- Nt. , 1 . .f' Q, csc 17 -,gif 1 ' , , ,' ' . + 1.1 Q 1 -' f I Mines 15 ' S lr ' .N 1 ,. Adams smfe 11 Q, 1 f ,, Colorado College 9 ' nf 1 1' z", 1 1 ,' - Western State 2 I ,V .- 1 A. - V I 1 if , hi J . if i ' Q. ' fj 5 5 ,E Y. -is V4 uid- , . - , ' KJ' 5 .. P 1 -' sf-1 ,f ,Z .A r,. ui.. V V Y :fm 5 j' .S 'A J 1' 1 A 'v F' U I .',,, ,A I xx 1 EX , fn t , ' U 3 IA X-1 1 I E tl ll ll Cheerleaders! The CSC Cheerleaders stand high on the list of outstanding people on this campus. Their purpose -to encourage energetic support of the Bears. Although some say that Cheerleaders detract from the game and others enjoy this detraction, through the Cheerleaders, the game reaches its full well-rounded peak when crowd participation is at its best. For their fine job of continuing support ot the Bears, our thanks to the Cheerleaders. -x Y. 1 t f tw-2 2. view. , 222 V It , so ,I If 1 T The 1959 Freshman Squad. The CSC Intramural program provides an opportunity for all students at Greeley to actively participate in the various seasonal recreations. The Greeks support these activi- ties very well. lndependent teams actively engage the Greeks on many occasions. Foot- ball, basketball, softball, soccer, badminton, and tennis are a few of the many activities provided by the school tor interested students. ,Aw A Loi' f - 4 X. ,xl :B-s""'-i'i'gg1' 5 ' ' H "xv" xx, f .X . 3 X N. sl X xx ,.X." x:N 47 ' xx x 5 X, ,, 1 xi X gl Eg, W 'i Nan rg wx 'f Cu K Xa 44 - ' 4 -Nfff' f K .' ,ff ,- X- 55-I, 7 :4,- ' S551 "FIM 3' 11.1 x N4'.'4?f!a' N ..! .. -N V. 3-M' z 'S'?f": 'wfi i :Al , . ,m' 2 ln 4 l!. ' ' ..!.x-X., f inns I- 'x'A l'lL I 'Q my . J ,. .. X X - Q. YQ,Q-H X 1 154-wi-' ' ,I Q., ,,f 4gES.f","95'!"2eewaf', -, . '-- +. 4,7 I .' "T r- - . 'N A -"Tx, .. A W "W"-S..,.:1,i.. 'J . , L, : f Q lf' : six " ..,' Q .. 'Ta I - us I ugigrhxr - -u-5- A . Img:-:Q-fe lf, .ss I .F ,flu u. 'Q : ' 'if-9 Ll 14: -- ""w"u5.2EQ ' rug!!! 5? Fu. 'ufiaifr-N ' ":2Nf"'l ' ' Mig.- " .Hang N ::-. lr 'W-H1--11- rev 4Qg:F5?!52!'!i 14. 'I sqm- iuslfg- -. 5-H, 5x f 1-E-'img-seep.: . .: .k- ... ,-., . Es , -. " "'--TEE: -. - ' : '-3'.'4.'Z" 'VIA ' 1 .' gk IQLAQEQQ I N -71, 'ng , d 1. . ,w.....qg .l .,-,-.., 4 -- 235'-:L J +1 N-"N ,f 'vg- Z X Qsza 11. 'E Y N .5 X X? X-Y X gf xx x XA 1-LLJ-J l Bruology I 1 I , 'Q 1 This ace pool player tries to win another game in the l bookstore. i A 9:00 tradition in Brug cut class for a coffee and donut breakfast. Y l x ni' T Y:' t Y-,qi A X t 'B f I I A . "I bid three hearts," echoed from practically every booth in Bru os beginners and experts alike tried to make their bids. 'i "Maybe the book is out of print and I'll save Sl.65." 5, 226 Q fx .ff I H., ?,, th' h k' 'e 0 f'r . AVE YOU sure IS C EC ISF! COUH ef el Z, Whui is ii? 4,5 Q ' , 1 , , a-r - ' -Q ...Q-s , , . ,f :- h '1 -f-,Y ff-' 139. .,':!-Si.N.:. Zftti 'KL N Pglfkir 5' 2: A million cokes 0 day and another dofe mode, iypify the odivivies of Bru ! Sgigm ' .X Qi IFF rf' l 1 I-, Huw H I, ,L wk X 227 ll, A Typical scene of The booksfore during regisfrufion. x I i 2 1 r v I r A -we , i a in : ,...'.1f,1i'.....- ...::-S' ' 1 X I R' 2 4 f., 1 iv. Freshma n Week Be sure to get ull your cords filied out properly. 1 x ,,, 3. fm' , ., ff . 1' im' Z Hai X fr' ' ' ' Bewildered freshmen. rx :gs-X. W X - . 1 N- ,r , ,f 1 .,r SQA' 1 fswxx. x L 01 ess N -. SX S QR N , ,. M x X X ,f 5 ks x Q I X X X Xl And you can use this space over here when you have too many holes." A crick in the neck and writer's cramp odd to the ills of homesnckness T 1 xx.- wi ,Z Concentrafion, frustration, and bewilderment are reactions to fhe new way of registering with IBM. I I ' I I Hellzabruin P 'I I I I fi il I f'Like man, if was . . . . . ." I I I I I I II I I I I . -I ,. .qqpgya I I I I I I 1 "I'm eighth from ihe right - back row." I I i 230 I: "What do I do now? Z F . n-., ,f.--1 A. , .3 - :vi "Are you always talking!" -I r'7 ,5',,.--. ,A-ar' "Steady there!" Get it on straight, Larry." 1 4 I. ,x f U - . ,N , , C i 9 f . J 'mv' X,- ! X' fo , v , ijt - ,jf Q.. 2 .Y ,, j+v :, V me A 34 tw- ' A 1 - i " ' fit- 'gli-., .563 -26 P5 AM J 1 9,1 5.3. V -U . A Fx' u. T V wg . : - - -V A X f -- ,V,, H - ,.. ill, , - ,f ings- -,A W ..... . N , ,. -, -qui "Let's get this show on the road," 231 , Q I I I .v Q JV, , Qngwkpg E P a - 5. PJQI sa, 75: :tri as-'NA gy, 5- 5, r, HS if fr. Z' K "N, Homecoming Parade 3 ' lah? 'V .QW Precision marching maneuvers of the Spurs are an annual even? of each Homecoming Parade. The "Pride of the Rockies" added zesl 10 the crisp fall day's celebrations. - 3 . ' '-'rrrr , f, 7 ' .' 'Wm 3- " 4' . 4 N, PN' ",,5 ' ss., e. fb d 'Ylif r fwewar ' . ' 1 -JU' - Th ..-14 2. ' .E+..-4,4--"'heEi"'5i..f - ' 5. 'MAL' .-af---el.. - , at J of sw. " .. - Jw- " .., v ' Ulfig - 1 g'-'N bajvvi-lux . , . to cc, Z V y I, u ZSgQi , Vi? . ,L ii 5,54 r , Al'-f. gf ' L l M! - S i. - A 2 . 5' va - ' I ii 7 7' ' 5 L il I 1 .1 ' -.... T ' X l I' - 'V'-fs I' . . 'X l XA 1 a uf i f 'A "1 i- W I . 'fs l Q - 43- -r. A l i r ' l " it it 'Tas I i' '-13"-i' iimlizlr li N V LX4 G Q ! H ,t 4 .-, , - ,R ' j P 9 D' fgncbj Vlkrie-AQ Y .! Y ' K I .. I 'I ' x " l' ' J ' 'two-A . 1- W ' ' , ,I ' " . V-4 R Y I' V- :il V.. I 2' 1 lf", 'L T' ' If If ,N I l x,f 5 Q41 - T A - I Jr . , gg, i l " - 'Q , Q 1 ,, - Y - . . 'i -. - . 1- +A -- . 1 W i"0anus,,f -51. . , 'Nag , ' swf, :1-if - .i " ' e ' '-- WZ M., QK"' . "-Q' ff- , fm , "N W- F '31 5 .. . i ' . ' , r azz, r flfrrx- I :rm cg -1 ., 4, ik. - .1 A ple. , -,1..:LK I n .W live -,c , h w, .KAP T V ,J x fs,-Q M .Q K The parade ended on fl1e football field wi1l1 fl1E band sounding cl note of relief fha? the long walk was over l -v 1-, .- 4 kg .vi-Y Homecoming Floats Y? l 3' . ' , . , gig .1 a.-' jx The guy walking beside this float was only one of the many who had the important task of directing the driver through the parade's route. 1, -gm.. 'J K f .4 J wi ,M X I W H32-Q! x , -ng: - - x 5- y- - -A , + Q,-'..Ni"xx? - A-if,-Q ' ' 1'.1'-:lofi-, . 7 f . I, X 2'-W Q, 'aMsiw.U,-,Q'maSi.,,.,f., is 1.1, . , J W-1 v 'lb .avail ' .f-,. 'gsm W.:-gl' ' X :yr--1. '. . X ji- Q ,. --.-':',,,,ff:w,- Q I 'Qgg w :LI I -:N .V 1 .Aw ' Q, The revolving heart of the Sig Ep's float die-4 tell the tale of another successful endeavor' vw... J' 'xv Z. "bu Y 551' .3-h -v- N I 4' , 'X N i 'J c Q- '41 fl 'Kit' 545 .r'-.530 -.w .ya I. f"'f'1i. , 2 E fu flat tire." "Pie anyone?" "Mud in your eye!" N35 239 l 1 pl ml ln ' Glimpses of Fall Quarter P I l N q, 1, x w I l Lord Clemenf Aflee of England, guesf speaker of on assembly sponsored by IRC. Q, lu l I N Cust your ballot for Homecoming Queen! 240 -..Ly Q- '. .fr ,- Yi if ' fx? V Ls.-A-I lrjflllx 555, ,x if? 'E g . K ff er. "Lel's see now . Swim Show "How graceful con one be? Sf' a.. F, 5' "Anything interesting, class?" "" -fl iFE5.! Q -I1' - "The Big Three of the night." "Muscles. -1 42 064 O 4. A 6 "CSC Sophisficufesf' "Bring on the expresso 1 IK Carnival -QQQ 9 wait, L '. .-'R : :auf 3 -Q S Q 'Rav-.N si 5 ,., "What cs mess!" In Q.: 'Q' "Anyone see my feet around?" H Wow! . . . Gee! . . Boy! . . . I CClVl'f lookin 2-4 I,'. all --g Sadie Hawkins Dance .K ,yf ew N.. r I 1 .- f 5" -55? ' 'C. -8.4" , ' Nxw . fm a ' fix' YK I -I I 5 n Y 244 Y' "This is the life." 'H-L ef ' Na FF' ' 1 ' , , . 11 ugly X 1 Q. XA W 4.5 V . -1, N' mf K Tifggesi. rfiffffi .V may 'fx M flu N. 3 :25,v"'i V, iii?" .-YH A lim "'M'1' -P 'fcsemn' hzfchedw' ,p 5 f,, fvbxri I f----Q o 'x N "My, what lovely voicesI" Sophomore Boll x .i' M' NK 441 ' 1 X "Darling, I have fo inferrupf but your cigorehe is burning u hole in your pants." -Us Radiant queen of the ball, Lindo Cornish ond Gene Gates, president of the Sophomore .. "N.,,M Class. lr N 2 S' 2 Sz I xx fl' gaql e u. "Many, many hours of hord work for four hours of fun." Ls X5 I n 4 I E Christmas Ball One-sided affair." "salem Night?" 1 Sian Kenton accepis request for u song. 247 W Sabrina's smile is reflected on the faces of the rest of the cast us they wind up another successful production. 24 Michael Amber and Mary .lo McMillan have a quiet tolli, THE LITTLE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES Presents A Comedy by SAMUEL TAYLOR Under the direction of Helen Langworthy with Welby Wolfe, Technical Director THE CAST MAUDE LARRAEEE - JULIA McKINLOCK - LINUS LARRABEE, JR. LINUS LARRABEE, SR. DAVID LARRABEE - MARGARET - - GRETCHEN - - - SABRINA FAIRCHILD - FAIRCHILD - - - PAUL D'ARGENSON - A YOUNG WOMAN - A YOUNG MAN - - ANOTHER YOUNG WOMAN - ANOTHER YOUNG MAN UNDERSTUDIES - - - Judith Baumgartei - Jo Ann Este - Michael Amhr' - John Gilber- - John O'Lec1 - Susan Briggi V Karen Gibsbl Mary Jo McMilIil James Edmondsm Douglas McKenz1 - Shirley Lynne- - Robert Johnson - Linda Vatu - Edward Osboif - Karen Gills!! Robert Johnsm l 2 1 E l 1 1 . 1 Qt J X in 1? .1. -is V 141,-may 1 421 1 A 4 fl w V 'N if A . .i"...i is 4' wrif'-Ex". ' is W .X ? ig L ,ts I 2, I I 5. if 1 ,I 'f' E' 1 'S y., - 7 . , Q' 'Q F' , H ' O 'Chg f' :N 'Q v. - , ra 1 wx ' , 5:85 1 Qxf-t wr.- ejw, .., ,T xi. -A as-9 , i?:v::.- - O Zi 5 Q x 2 3 5 k 5 1 - gl l 1 .V K ' 2 """ -'N ' S 42 , Q xx Rf ks v ' ' , f- .fm Q',,.v my. 1 W5 "'lus..g: X 3 i'S' . S112- -1--1 . if . ' . , 1 Ili i Q- . I ,Q 'vp' E 'K A lu '- X 4. .- A x...: ,F ' . . 'CY' N ' if Q K . J A -A I i ,f "ugh K - is Il J' ' fig 'fl Q Ao' G ,. V G . V , . W I .- fy ,f . i . 'Q' :LGF -.rv-'P X ,W ,, " f- t s W , ar v A . ,V - . vl- A ' My ' ,xxx i ,. . W K XX YM . K X . 5' N 'iw fx 3' xx x QA X kc? x . X R, 1W'K S 1 4 - P i r 1 4 , . I l i 4.i"f-.,-x-,nb .Q '-aL"'3 v Ulf' U, . 1 S Q " ,' -fl w gy .N H f- , L E I qu Rb, .X W ' nv 1 s , -LEP? fC2m'i-W 52-.r nl" is - . w . .- , ,. '. v f Q . -I 1 M., -VQA-J, ...gl-Q-4 - , - - -" ... ' 4 gf ,,, LN, .Mn MMV 4 J ,Jw , ,, , , ., X , , . ,,.,f..fs,-. .. af- - ,- v V W, , . ' - s. A. - , :- a.,::5,- ' " ' ' ' i- rv --.z s ... 'J-' fr -A rf'-'41 .W ' pm. .X .. , f ws.. 'HE DA" P552-L2.,,-'f7,'V4',g-4 'ww - i ?"- J-'J-L-s A r" 4'-r 2' -w --H 'H f-. ' -' Y, ., . ME.-n'11r .H-A ', Hours of practice and polish go into this exhibit for President Ross, l if Rorc Review i , and 5 Presentation 3 1 .4 A year's hard work now gains its reward of sparkling cups and gold, silver, and bronze medals. A S . ,li I LL..- Stern officers present the flag. 253 -r, 2 AJ: R 9' , wif -W ':. 1 Vis. 5' .1 if VET' Z Q12 1' is ff' . :' lg.. 1' X x 0 x L- A candle ns In for each day of the Jewish holiday THE LI'l'l'LE THEATRE OF THE ROCKIES presents THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK a play by FRANCES GOODRICH AND ALBERT HACKETT Based upon the book, ANNE FRANK DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL Under the direction af Helen Langworfhy MRS. VAN DAAN MR. VAN DAAN MR FRANK - - MRS FRANK - MARGOT- - MIEP - ANNE- - - MR KRALER - MR DUSSEL - - PETER - - - with Welby Wolfe, Technical Director THE CAST - Judith Sekera - - - Robert Johnson UNDERSTUDIES - A The Senmg was deslgned bv Welbv Wolfe James Edmondson - Roberta Price Mary Jo McMillan - Marie Murfln - Linda Marshall Douglas McKenzie V William Grebe - Edward Osborn- Lynn Johnstone, Sandro Kruchten Holding Anne's diary, Mr. Frank reveals all that has happened Yo his family since their capfure In this chic, they hid and waited. 2 l -V-1-.X-,fha WM, ,.f5yW-f.. -- - 1 "Right side up?" y Orchesis Spring Concert Poetry in motion is a goal practiced for in on effort fo produce on outsfoncling show. 256 315.1-s EAA A ' ,. Z is.. "' -F lf"" , if 5 ht? -sf L s"l'f"I lb A spirited colypso dance added a note of sparkle to the concert J- EEF 4 . ': ' E141 V ' 5 2221 . - 1 . - s rw V ij? ' -ii. ,gi-, T ,, X .,,, r .. 5 j 'K' , 1 UQ ' ':.... ' I -fi ' ' V .' . 1 hiv . f - .134 ' ' . X, Jk.,.w:, 6,457 , . ' 3- 'if' , . .3 wt Es sg- . c , .921-i"T'j 'T22'.., ' ' P A ',:15gy,L--. ck. '- ' I .,. lr '1"'.1- ' Sv.. -H, Q i-k.ff'3:-lf? 214 -f R' - ' V Y V :'.'Iv. v 4' ':. '45 si 'si , , 5 Y. "Pr, . N ..:f- ,ji'fuf. - . 'V - ' - lnfricole displays ore performed by iliese modern dancers. Spring Quarter Events QB 6 l i-ge 4 Doffie Haug is shown smiling happily over the fact that she has been selected Spur of fhe Quarter. Lovely Sully Cisney is crowned by the outgoing Miss CSC, Margaret Hirsch, in fhe Miss CSC confesl. "'W"""' 'Rl A A-Jas -' '. ' "' ': Jw' W 1 I 5 au i lk V Mr- Bidwell is discussing the merifs of a Ted Bueno painting shown at the Intercollegiate Art Show, which is held annually. Jimi -A C 'X 9' ,- gy 4 ' 1-Qfia 'if f,"'.s vi fs.. , ,. . I -r ' . fs Q, 1 31235 7 " ul " 11 . ,. ,eg s- ASN 2 1 LAM iff? .-7 ,C R 4 Fi., 257 Songfest D R g 111 M yKyS I 2 5 s Q A. X ' fe -1 www-,Qfnw i . t - ' 7- fi 1 x 'KR H 4, xl ki S 1 ', Jia L K X 4 X Ki ' ' . 1 "X , ' ii 1 ki xi V1 r X V ' Mi by ' M yi! a. J J K , ' i Q, W fi' , , , JL, i r 1 . i 2.1 A iii: , 9 fm,-,M I I fx. V my - .Lf L l ni no ii, 5',' ii- " : ' -1 M' .A i ' 4. .1 4 A Alpha Sigma Alpho's are sho h lding the first place Trophy won by hours f p T e and fulent. 8 W, -,.....,.,.,,,,5 Close runner-up in the sorority division was Delia Zeta sorority. i -M 45014 .--.X sfw. L1 lvws- 4 Outgoing IFC president Ken Forbes turns over the gavel to Rich Harms alll? Y l l if 1 1 Qimiiglgw rw gf in F1 m A Q -A ', .2 , A x 1 i A I l K il nhl 3 C ' i ' l i 5 i fi .l ,il l , pb ,,xfii.'5g.ie,,, v I ,Lf D, 'F p M ggi lllmli All Q Tau Kappa Epsilon singing Meadowlands ccpped firs? place in the fralerniiy divisio n. , v. , 3 is it if 4. Ruff' , gs'- A is r :fg K if f tx , ., V ' f if - Q 1: M - X xr DC X Second place in the fraferniiy division was Theta Xi. Q-X X. ,, . E . 1. 5 E, Vx Q. I Q. ,, , . :cy ,gg - . ' Q L L, i g 259 Exotic flowers symbolize the gay people from Hawaii who put on one of the most popular dances of the year The beautiful queen Elsie Shimabukuro was crowned by Mr Ball, sponsor of the Hawaiian Club Many graceful dances highlighted the dance The outgoing a Kahili be 2. sw A.W.S. Fashion Show i l s l This couple models The lafesf in fashionable college apparel. ff 1-f-561 " i fi? si ' Kris' -.msg -5.2523 'N f,:-ff The fashion show ends on a climaiic nate as a glowing Miss CSC, Sally Cisney, appears in a fabulous wedding gown. Kaihleen Sullivan, Judy Erickson, and Joy Seier create a dazzling trio of vivid cacldail dresses. ' fi X , ul ff.1 :ff M " I I , I It O I I I Annual Distribution II W I I . I :fa I ax ,i I if I I I' -wi- I I, OA "Finally, after a long wail." A typical scene on Insignia Day when Cache la Poudres are finally dislribuled. 'III 1 A " I If 'W I I ,A II I I 'I W . I fi , 'I' A- 'iii qiktohx 4' . viii -.gg rl: V I I I I I ' II ,., I I ' If I A 1 7 " 4 ...'. Lhuio-r .ix-., I I si Are they trying fo find their own picture, or are they rushing fo the end pages to find the answer to the identify of Miss 1 Cache la Poudre? 151,13 'V E if ss "On your mark, ge? set ...... " Hays Picnic Y "Over, Boy!" "All we need is coordination." Z6 .QXIXTE k C S' at ff s' DXOQ 5 X X' V it Insignia Day Colorful hoods of the faculty, awards, the first Cache la Poudre, a newly installed Student Body president, are all a part of Insignia Day. A traditional event, it recognizes outstanding students and is an excitingly crowded day. I 'D A .dr CD I ., I . i - ' 51 all Qgrfl 4 , - lt ' v , sJl tell 'xt x ' A O . .41 Til- l vt lf' O ,fx l N 'cliff Q"'2T' l. CDI Vt k l Dr. Decker looks on as outgoing ASCSC president, Cliff Wagoner, hands lla the gavel to the new president, Pat Harris. I l l l I ,CIWXTE . 1 ' 1 r, O ll C DQ' ' , 5 A LJ Ten Outstanding Sophomores proudly accept their awards. 1 l l l l l 264 Two professors look on as seniors participate in a ceremony that marks the end ofa successful four years. Graduation l Dr, Candelaria adjusts Mr. Seager's gown. V Seniors relax as they listen to the commencement address Members of the faculfy lead processional. ML 2 65 'ii- ml!" J : il 41, ,J 1 ffl, X 5 I 1 J. .1 ?"'9 -f f - , 4 . S .X .Vx 5,-if ff. X . "Y . l N 'R xi5"'Atq 1 74 'X THE WINGLESS VICTORY Under the direction of Helen Longworth-,f AGirl - - - Reverend Phineas McQueston - - Winston Urquhart - - - Mungo --'-- Mrs. McQueston Understudy - A Ruel McQueston Venture - - Faith lngols - Happy Penny - Judith Wood George Bogusch Ronald Tanner - John Gilberf Patricia Tlsdel Marilyn MCKGy Michael Amber - Jo Ann Estes Linda Marshall - James Novy Letry - - - - Joann Reser Nathaniel McQueston - A James Edmondson Oparre ---- - Nell Hubbard Toala - - - - ' Roberto Price Harry, a Bailiff - - - Douglas McKenzie VanZandf, a Sailor - - Rudolph Ramirez Durian ---- - Barbara Takamine Grey age and kniffing needles creclfe a convincing cariccnure. A heated argument also urouses the emofions of ifs lisfeners. 7 M-M23 R f u f 3f4 1 RUYA ILTY , ..--:,.4:--0-, - - -- ,, . .,.-9 .fr iii- .,,, ' if ,,...- .Xs- 1? 'Q' lg -f-452, ...-J f d-.5 fx sans. .., 7. , , 1-xg--+4 X v ', ," ...p,,-2-""""'-' ggi S , My f -N jf., ff! ---- - ,,- g ...--J, ---+L, ,- iq. . -1 VQIY M- ' Q :r...-'V X ,S ,- -Y-A .4 .J gf- -.,s .Bs 'gif ,. i Q ,- , ..'.f..4--QQ..b .. 2, . N, T., K fx ...,,.5 2' -i,,.., I"' -- ,..,,, ' in-W-,Z l lg r,.,. it., 'tk..- 7,1--ffij "' W a Y ,'1'ff.1f.l'.- 1 'U UIUC lblll ' NX 15 'L 5 'V WM xg? fi' x gpgurmu 0612616 .x14L, Miss Cache La Pouclre -:1 Q giiii 2 fix' V 1 Ste. , ' Cothie Mitchell Harriett Brock N 1 1 H1111 Illlllb Stephanie Mueller Marky Olsen :A . is? We N K K 1?-' willy ianey Miss Colorado State College o 1' 19 Meri Gczssaway ffwzrlulzfa Lindo M h ll Janet Ray Sheri T L. 4 l L. if 273 'RQ my W2ingul'f6 Homecoming Queen is Or ' ,-5, QQ 1? YP-5 Niki McGlofhe Lindo Meyer 'Y Q. s QV A. VY Dorothy Houg ffelrrlnlzfa Cothie Mitchell few Nr 'F-y 27 Sf innlu crumb Sophomoite Ball Queen ffemlulifsa I ,, , 1 'Q Pe99Y Gedach Marilyn Giem . . Y'--nl Janet Ray Gail Moody Renee Riesberg 133 f-aux V 135 277 A nroiby any Military Ball Queen Judy Barnard rf I Ruth Jones ft Q if Harriett Brock Linda Cornish ffelflffulrzbb Anne McCleery Jeczncnne Olsen ae '12 Connie Genova Sue Wiggins ? s 279 4 8 I UH-I HIJQUII Milf, O 21270, Q Life FIeS1'lH1aH King and Queen T 5 ,gt 2 .V 1 Q c Vt S QT 5 l rwiri, 'Q' 'lump' Mike Bullock Stormy Patterson i 97 4 1 M .0- '5-2 "' w Q.,- V- ..-qf' Sharon Alkire Pam Carleton '65 S"- ffmululzfa Doug Fitch Jim Sample l r - 7 2 X S f 2 E Z, N . Z, o A, Barbara Cage Sherron Roberts : atm' - ' I vw x Q, ,pf :Q ,ist 'A' v lt Tix. , x I 'lt if 4 ' X5 ' 1 R' , of h i i - wi -M A ,P ' x x 28l nrofby My Blue Key Sweetheart X K H DIAMII ffellrlnlzfa 61104 Qrepn Junior Prom Queen 'S 'sf Eleanor Early Judy Erickson ffenufmlfa Roberta Jones Janet Myers 'flu Z Q15 '.:' .. X -' 'ffgw u nik . . ,N 1. GQ Qin 6Zi11f1u6z1LL1l'0 Lei Dance Queen fe FFCIUCSS Chdrlg Carole Paulsen llfPlIFlMlf 1fQ Bonnie Suzuki Jane Suede 287 - Xhx T' ,I .fax f . 5.."w , ,VHS Q' ' U , L 1 1 ,lr f N , gl- ik l , .1 J N Z' FK 5 x I 1' , A 1 Q 5 ge . .Y X. H.. L 'SZ 'i'Ys.. . . jf -nw," ,9- -Hummel bi -Cf fa-...-,,, 288 ' That mad dash to class. Frasier to Crabbe in ten minutes! It can't be done. Maybe this part of college life isn't too well remem- bered, but a warm smile and "Hi" certainly made the day a little brighter and the next class from being quite so boring. Allen, Don , . . . Barry, John .... 290 Student Index A B Abbett, Roberta Acre, Floyd ..... Acre, Joyce . , . Adams, Bob ...,. Adams, Carole .... Adams, George .... Adams, James ... Adams, Patricia .... Adcock, Ronald .... Adducci, Maryann . Aden, Lau Agena, Barbara Albery, Carmen . ., Alden, Dorothy . . . Alegre, Doris . .,.. . Alegre, Jlm .,...... Alexander, Wanda . . Alison, Thomas ..... Alkire, Sharon .. Allen, Angela ... Allen, Alley, Jim , .... . Clara Jo .... Allison, Bea .....,.. Allumbaugh, Mariorie AI-Oboydi, Hathika . Alvarado, Perficlia .. Amber, Michael Amen, Jo ..,. Amman, Joyce ... Amrhein, Gretchen . Amsberry, Jerry . . . Anaya, Frank . . . Ancell, Joyce . . . .. Andersen Harvey . . . Anderson Carol . ,. Anderson Donna . . . Anderson Judith , . , Anderson, Kathleen Anderson, Lee ..... Anderson, Nancy Anderson Nina . .. Anderson Richard .. Anderson Roger . . . Anderson Steven Anderson Tom .... Anderson Warren Andresen Don ..., Andrews, Donald . . . Andrews, Jean .... Anson, Larry .... Apking, Elaine .... Aquino, Ricky ..... Archbold, Voy ...... Archuleta, George .. Archuleta, Mary Jane Arneson, Ted ....... Arnett, Patsy .,..... Arnpriester, Barbara Arroyo, Eleanor .... Ashby, Carolyn ..... Ashley, Elizabeth , .. Askov, Mary ....... Asmus, Robert ...... .. . .215, ....69, ....79, ............59, ...,69,10B,147, .......79. ,..,.59,156, ,..,.79, 105, ...,.45, 128, ....178, I 1 .... 45, ....143, ..,.129, ....59,110,128, ...,........691 ....45,118,12O, .....,...59, ....79, ,...451 ....45, 45 217 59 174 140 69 45 133 59 149 166 45 152 171 107 218 171 79 133 171 175 195 163 169 45 138 133 126 146 79 79 183 119 69 181 159 159 160 143 183 159 114 45 ......69,99 ,....59,157, .....,.45, .....45,100, ....59, .,..69, ,...79 . . .... 79, . . .... 69, ..........,,69, . . . . . . 12,17,58,59,102,129,135 Atencio, John .................... Ater, Mary ...... Atkinson, Sharon Atkisson, Nancy .. ....69 Augustus, Quetta ..............,.. Austin, Rosemary . .. .59, 96,109,117 Ayars, Jim . , ..................... Ayer, Sally ...... Ayres, William . . . ....59 1 1 1 1 1 204 173 129 179 45 183 169 107 165 45 148 148 162 45 161 79 45 141 173 119 133 79 165 69 152 181 120 69 Baca, Fernie Baca, Frank Bader, Charmaine Bailey, Ann .... Bailey, Craig . . . Bailey, Jerelee Bailey, Linda .... Bailey, Ronald . .. Baillie, Jack ..... Baker, Charlotte .... Baker, Margaret .... Baldwin, Robby .... Balman, Larry .... Banks, Duane .,.. Banwell, Sandra ,... ...119, ....69 ...,79 ...174 . ...69,123, 148 ,....,..45,99, ....69 1 1 1 1 Barber, John . , Barber, Sharon Barela, Elmer . Baretta, Lou .. Barker, Dorothy Barnard, Judy . Barnard, Peggy ,.., Barnhardt, Ann .. Barta, Maryann .. Bartlett, Connie . . . Bassett, Al .,... Bassett, Evelyn . .. Bateman, Sandra . . . Batt, Reggie ..... Battiste, Paul ..... Bauer, Gretchen .... Bauman, Judy ....,. Baumgarten, Judie .. Baumgartner, Dorothy Baumgartner, Janet . ....69 . . . 100, 208, 209 ..69,122,140,161 .1 ..... 79,142 .11159fii3,i5i ..,.,..,..102 ...,45,100,110 ....79 Bean, Bill .........,. .... 5 9, 123 Bean, Lou . . , ,. Beard, Gary ..... Beaumont, Gerry ...., 12, 78, 79, 111 Beaver, Terry .... Becker, Brenda . . . Becker, Dale . . . Beckman, Mimi . . . Beedy, Brenda . .. Behn, Rosemary .... Behrens, Bill ..... Beierbach, Don . . . Belden, Wallace .... Belfield, Pamela .... Bellamy, Darrell ,... Belt, Bob ...... Belt, Tom .. Bemis, Lois . .. Bender, Cleo . ,. Bender, Dan ...., Bendetti, Gloria .... Benge, Donna .... Bengtson, Karol ., Benner, Chris .... Benner, Dorothy .... Bennett, Elaine Bennett, Richard .... Benson, Sue .... Benson, Janice . . . Berg, Sharon . . . Berger, Ed .... Bernd, Bob .,.... Bernhardt, Pat ..... Berry, Keith ........ Berry, Lois .... 69,1 Bethel, George ..... Betz, Roy ...... Bezdek, Shirley . . . .... 45 .....142 ....59,127 ....69,121 ,....102 iiiibb I..Q19 ....119,142, ......45, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 163 131 107 59 175 79 79 177 1 17 79 45 143 202 .215 161 151 79 79 210 79 279 45 149 79 79 133 173 165 127 111 135 69 79 79 111 145 181 79 123 178 79 133 118 147 141 161 172 177 45 79 45 176 144 59 169 45 79 79 69 161 59 143 110 161 .........59,98 ....140,147,169 09,114,117 1 ,142, 183 45 79 152 152 45 ...69, 173,202 79 Bibbey, Jim .... Bibbo, Sylvia .... Bigger, Ralph .... Binkley, Judith ...... Biondo, Raymond .... Bishopp, James .... Bittner, Della , . . Black, Jerry ....... Blackman, Nadine Blanc, Louis ., ..... . .. Bleakley, Marie ..... Blessinger, Jerry ..... Blewett, Jim ..... Blietz, LaVern . . . Boardman, Jean .. Bogren, Keith . . . Boh, Judy ..... Boles, Gary .,.. Boley, Donald . . . Boll, Shara .... Boone, Peggy , . . Booth, Joseph . . . Booth, Rebecca .. Borchert, Myrna . . . Borg, Sheryl .... Bastian, Susie . .. Bowe, Judy ,... Bowen, Abby .,. Bowen, Lynda ... Bowen, Robert . . . Bower, Joyce . . . Bower, Ruth Ann . Bowers, Barbara . Bowles, Betty . .. Bowles, Bonnie .. Bowman, Jim . .. Boxa, Eugene .... Boyle, Jo ....,. Bozett, Betty .... Bradley, Fred . .. Bradley, Gladys . . . Bradley, John .... Bradshaw, Carol . . . Brady, Marilyn . . . Bragg, Leba . , . Braly, Jack .... Braun, James ..... Brautman, Stanley . . . Brenckle, Arthur . . 1 Brennan, Pat ..... Briggs, Susan .... Briscoe, Grace .... Britain, Ted .... Britton, Irene .... Brock, Harriett ...... Brackmeier, Marlene Brod, Gretchen . Brooks, Sandy .... Brooks, Sharon . , . Brower, Judy ..... Brown, Barbara . . . Brown, Bonnie ..... Brown, Catherine .... Brown, Cordell ..., Brown, Dick ......... Brown, Douglas ...... 12,15,17, Brown, Eloise ....... Brown, Ernest .... Brown, Evelyn ..., Brown, Jeanette . . . Brown, Ronald . , . Browning, Gary Brucl11 Wayne . . iljfiid ...59 ...79 69, 96,121,140 .......45,157 ......99 ....59,123 , ..... 79 ....17,100 ,1.15b,91,111 Q,Q1i1fi2i ....59,139 ....59,139 ..100,129,183 ...80, ., .99j140, 149, ....151, ..........80, ...........59, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 196 69 11 1 128 45 1 10 145 79 45 174 171 178 202 45 170 173 166 183 45 59 80 93 69 45 168 169 148 144 119 45 80 69 80 146 146 182 93 127 69 209 45 46 46 69 102 178 69 181 46 167 80 165 176 117 ..133, 163, 271, 279 , .......... 59 ..102,115, 127, ...69, 80, 139 147 69 148 ....120,140 .....69,167 69 80 59 69 59, 124, 129, 157, 176 ........80,96,152 .177 ....80,102,151 .....46,167 46 70 B0 ...,.,70 Brul, Sylvia .... Brunner, John . . Bruns, Jan ..... Bryan, Gerald . . . Bryant, John . . . Bryant, Lanny . .. Buchholz, Susan . Buck, Rosemary ..., Buena, Ted ..... Bullock, Mike . . , Bundy, James ... Bunn, Cora .,.. Burger, James . ., Burke, Kay ,.... Burkett, Debbie Burkett, Walter . Burkgren, Gary .,., Burns, Alice ...., Burns, Bill ...... Burnstad, Helen . Burr, Joan ..,.. Bursch, Janet Burt, Lou Ann .. Burt, Sharon .... Busch, Richard .. Bush, Sara ...., Buster, Judith Butler, Dave . Butler, Helen ...,.,. Butterfield, Edward , Butters, Jerry ..,,. Butterweck, Tom . . . Byers, Don ..... Byrne, Janie . C Cage, Barbora .. Cornish, Lindo .....,.,.. ..,46,.104 ...100 ....105,119 .....182 ,...59 ...,70 ....70 ,..116 ...,70 ...70,151 .,..80 ....46 ...129 ...166 I 1 I 46 70 46 139 59 204 80 70 128 281 110 140 80 121 70 143 178 117 196 80 117 171 158 147 .220 70 118 109 93 132 179 183 182 80 281 Cain, Don ..,... ..,.. 8 l Callahan, Bill ...... .,.102 135 Callahan, Richard ..., .,....,. 1 49 196 Camblin, Mary .,..... ,.....,.... ..12, 17, 46,102,12-1,125,130,138 163 Cameron, Betty ,,.,... ........,.. 7 0 Cameron, Sharolyn . . ...., 169 Cameron, Valdon . .. .,.. 46 132 Campbell, Barbara .... .,. 70 Campbell, Bonita ..,.. .. 81 Candelaria, Claudina . .. 81 Cannon, Richard ...,.. .. I 46 Carara, Richard ...... ,..,..... . . 46 Carbajal, Frank ...119, 180, 202, 203 215 Cardenas, Pearl ...... .81, 119, 133 148 Carleton, Pam . . . .......... . 281 Carlock, Helen . . ..... 46 Carlson, Carol .. ..., 81 170 Carlson Ed. , . . ... 59 Carlson, Phil ... .... . 110 Carlson Tom ..,. . . . 178, 280 Carson, Barbara .., ..., 81, 99 Carson, Don ...... .... 1 O3 Cartwright, John ... .. . .196 Cassidy, Francis . . . ......,.... ,103 Cassidy, Nancy ..., ....,......, 9 9 Cassio, Chuck .... 70,123,131 177 Castle, Gary ...... ........ ,... 5 9 Cdtchpole, Harvey ,... 46 115 Cawiezel, Beverly . , . .... . . 81 Cerise, Dee ..... ..,. 1 63 Cestnik, Joan ..... .. . 81 Chamberlain, Paul .... 215 Chamberlin, Sandra .. ....... 81 Chambers, Carol ... ........ ., 81 Chambers, Skip ... .. .70, 152, 175 Chambon, Beverly . . . 15, 81,111 Chandler, Carol . . .......... 70 Chandler, Chuck . . ,... 100,179,191 Chandler, Fred . . . ......,. . . 46 Chang, Frances . .. . . . .287 Chapin, Alta ...., Chase, Barbara . . . Chavez, Richard ... Chimenti, Angie .. Chirnside, Patsy Choate, Carol ..,. Christensen, Jay Christensen, Judi Christy, Sharleen . .. Christy, Judy ... Church, Don ...,. Churchill, Donald .. Cisney, Sally ...., Claar, Shelia . . Clark, Dan Clark, Jane ... Clark, Jean . .. Clark, Madge ..... Clarke, Rosemary .... Cleavenger, Claudia ,.., Cleek, Paul ......... ... Cliff, Annabelle ..., 70, 1 Clifton, Pamela ....,.... Clore, Ernest .. Clore, Loyce .. Clytus, Lois . .. Coble, Don ... Coffey, Guyla .. Cole, Joan ...,,. Coleman, Georgina Colglazier, Sid ,.. Collett, Kay ..., Collier, George ... Collins, Roger .. Colson, Edward ..,. ,. Colvaf Charla Mae ..,... Colva, James .... Colvin, Edra Colvin, Virginia .. Comerford, Dennis . Comstock, Carla . . Cone, Rosalie .... Conlin, Roberta Connor, Ralph ,... Conoley, Faith ... ...., Conover, Darlene ,,., 70, Convis, Nancy .... ... Cook, Margaret ... ... Cook, Mary .,.. ...... Cook, Wes ..,..... 60, 1 Coombs, Sharon ., ..... Cooper, Carolyn .. Cooper, John .. Cooper, Tom ...,..., Cooperrider, Connie .. Copps, Marilyn ...,. Cordova, Annabelle .. Cordova, Edward . . Cordova, Frank ... Cordova, Richard ,. Core, Caryl 70, 97, 122, 1 Corr, Carol Cortner, Katie .... Cortner, Marsha . . . Cory, Janet Countryman, Glennis ... Cox, David Cox, James .,. ,.. Cox, Karen . . , Cox, Katie .... Cox, Poul . , , . Coyne, Marie .. Cozier, JoAnn .... Crawford, Marian . . Crawford, Tom ... Crespin, Bella .,., Crespin, Manuel .., ...81, ...46, ..,.46, 135, 70,118,140, ,..,46,161, ...,70,118, ,......59, ....141, ........70 17,142 ,..81, ....97, 127, ,46, 102 ......,81, ..,.81 46,108,117, ........59 ....140, .,..46,98, 96, 120, 140, .60, 97, 117, 00, 157, 174, ....70, 103, .....60, ....60,148, ......46, 40,182, 276, ,,.. , . . ,70, 46,124,130, ....81,121, ......46, ...46, ..,.81,133, ,151, 1 81 169 46 148 151 143 139 161 169 59 46 93 272 120 132 171 81 46 103 167 46 163 59 114 114 163 173 159 128 160 191 151 70 81 59 150 173 81 81 70 167 161 81 104 60 163 81 151 119 218 128 46 182 215 81 167 60 119 110 191 168 279 81 171 169 81 163 143 218 81 151 123 132 159 46 183 148 119 Cribelli, Tony ,.. Crispe, Ron ..... . . Crocker, Margaret Croissant, Harold .. Cronk, Anita .... Cross, Mrs. Neal .., Crow, Kathy ...... Crowell, Deborah Crozier, Betty Cuckow, Francis . Cuckow, Fred .. 13,15, 17,6 Culig, Madeline Cunningham, Judy Curington, Karen .. ,..70, 123, ...7O,151 0,104,111,129,139 Curry, Kay ..... Curtis, Keith .... Curtis, Mary Ann Curtis, Sharon ,. Cyprian, Terry ...... 12, 60, 110, 129 Dahl, Benita ...47, l02,1 Dahm, John ..... Daily, Sandra ... Daire, Duane .... Damico, Barbara . Daniels, Phyllis Dannehl, Margaret Daugherty, Jim . .. Davidson, Nancylee Davis, Auldon .... Davis, Janet .. Davis, Jefferson . Davis, Susan ,... DeBell, Dorothy ,.. De Cola, Sig Deden, Velda ,.. Deller, Clark .... De Frece, Mary .. Deis, Sylvia ,.... Delio, Mike .... Delgado, John .. De long, Judith .. Delpapa, Charles . DeMarcus, Sdndra Dennis, Chuck . ,. Dent, Pot .,..... DesCombes, John . Determan, Diane Deus, Marilyn .. Devirt, Martha . . . Diaz, Bob ,.... Diaz, Ed ....,. . Dickey, Karen .... Difiendatter, Myrna Dilts, Larry ....,, Dilworth, Dolores . Dirks, Rose Marie oi sibio, Ralph .. D Dobbs, Carolyn , Dobesh, Karma .. Dobson, Bruce , . . Dobson, Raymond Dobson, Rusty . . , Dolphin, Karen ., Dombrowski, Edie Domenico, Anne . Donahoe, Cathy . Dorsey, Jim ..... Dotson, Renee . . . Douglas, Barbara Douglas, Nancy . Downey, Tom . .. Downing, Dee ... Dramer, Howard . Dravecky, Therese 15,127,130 102 ....60 ...139 ....60 96, 143, 146, .....44,47 ......47 ...47, 157 ......96, ..,60,108, ......60, ...70,140, ..,...60, ...70, 141, ...,...70, ...47, 161, ....70, ....99, ....99, ....60, ...99, 148, ....70, 135 137 46 204 148 125 140 164 111 46 182 117 161 81 70 139 158 81 183 171 173 60 147 47 117 47 202 81 151 81 144 81 149 148 70 110 60 148 220 119 159 179 70 131 171 181 169 171 169 105 60 167 144 181 144 60 174 143 270 178 60 148 70 162 148 167 179 171 47 81 180 181 111 47 ....149 71 292 Dublin, Jennilee . Duco, Joe ,.,.. Duke, Sharon .. Duncan, Elton ,. Dunn, Bob ,,.. .... Dunston, Charlotte . Durner, Lora .... Dyer, Pat . , . Eacker, Russell .. Eager, Kay .. Eaks, Duane Early, Eleanor ., Easley, Judy ... Eaton, Al ,... Eaton, Chuck ...... Eberhardt, Barbara Ebert, Joyce ...... Edmondson, James . Edwards, Carolyn .. Edwards, Sally .. Ehlers, James .. Eicher, Larry ,., Eitert, Patricia . . . Einspahr, Shirley .. Elder, Marilyn ,,. Elginer, Larry Elliott, Mrs. Allan .. Elm, Sandra .... Elmont, Albert .. Elsberry, Donna Emerick, Wayne ... Emerson, Jacqulyn . Engelbrecht, Norman Engelsan, Anne ..., Engelson, Larry .... Englert, Leo ..,.. Englert, Steve ., English, Ron . Enke, Donna ,.,. Enockson, Paul .. Enright, Cathy .. Enyeart, Frank ., Enyeart, Rosie ..... Epperson, Charles . . Erickson, Judy ..,. Erickson, Noralene Erickson, Sonia .. Erlandson, Gary .. . Erner, Bob ..,... Esbeck, Lamar .. Eshe, Jan .... Espinosa, Nita . . Estes, JoAnn , Estes, Glen .. Etter, Frances .. Evans, Marca . . Everroad, Ed .. , Falch, Dick .. Farber, Karen .. Farnham, Steve Farr, David .. Farr, James ,.,. Farrar, Karen . .. Farris, Shirley . ,. Faulkner, Carol Fausset, Phyllis ., Fehrn, Anabel ... Feild, Lynda Feit, Judy ..... Feland, Geralyn . Felland, Lana 71,133 ....47 ...47 .17,47 60, 127 .,.17 ...71, ...132 .48, 98, ...100, 48,120, .60 .71 140 143 47 215 168 180 71 162 146 81 Ferguson, Jean ... Ferguson, Kathleen .. Ferris, Sandra Fesler, Laura .... Ficklin, Elizabeth .. Fields, Charlotte .... Files, Margaret . . . Finch, William ... Finken, Kenneth .. Finkner, Rena . .. Finlayson, Karen . 110,173 .71,167 .81,150 166,285 121,162 47 ....176 141,152 114,149 .47,126 ,.., 71 .83,151 ..,.104 124,182 .82,l49 108,114 133,169 ....131 .,..125 82 ..12,60 .71,114 47 118,120 82 .. 93 ,. 93 47 149,175 100,215 60 .,..204 183,191 ,.,.140 48 161,285 .71,140 .60,147 104,139 ....144 93 Fintus, Kay Fisher, Don ..... Fitch, Douglas . .. Fitch, Susan Fleenor, Dan .. Fleming, Bob ,.. Fleming, Ray .... Flenniken, Bill .... Flo res, Rose Marie Foster, Bob .... Foster, Hertha .. Foster, Patsy ..,. Foster, Vern .. Fox, Sheila Franklin, Fred ..., Frazier, Jo Ann ..,. Frederickson, Bert Fredling, Carol ,,,,, Freeland, Darrel .... Freeman, Bill ...,. Freeman, Don ,, Freeman Linda 1 Frichtl, JoAnn .. Fritz, Andrew ., Fritz, Judy ....... Frogge, William .,.. Fromm, Ronald ... Fry, Sharon ..... Fugita, Dan .. Fuiieki, Diane . Fuiii, Sarah ... Fuiita, Linda ..., Fuiita, Yoko ...,. .71 126 ,48 124 141 144 J 105 171 100 71 60 179 190 159 183 144 128 82 B2 48 171 71 161 82 ..48 ....167 Fullaway, Sally ... Gaede, Mike .... . . Goliotos, Carolyn Gallagher, Vicki .. Gallegos, Tony ... Gammill, Betsy Garcia, lrene Gardner, Butch .., Garrett, Milton .. Garrett, Paula Garrison, Charles Gassaway, Meri ., Gates, Gene . .. Gates, Mary .,.. Gatza, Gay .. Gauthier, Ann .,, Geis, Barbara . . . Geis, Jim .,...., Geiser, Judith Gellerman, Gyda Gengler, Anne .... . Genova, Connie .,.. George, Raquel ... Gerardi, Jess Gerken, Sharon .... Gerlach, Peggy ..... Gerretson, Julie ..,. Gertge, Patsy Gibbs, Gaylord .. Gibson, Karen .. . Gibson, Marc G .... 82 ...60,168 ...B2 158 ...71,144 .... 48 ...82,152 .. 71 .. 60 ,. 104 .. 82 ,. 48 .,. 82 ...71,175 ......,,.,178,281 ....99,118 144,159 ... ....... 48 ....178 192 .,... 180 ...,.,..... 99 .. . ,,., . .,.,.. . 60 ....60,115 143 146 ...,......118 141 .., 60 .. 177 .. 60 .. 114 ,. 159 .... 60 ...60 141 .. 114 .... 183 .. 48 139 ,..,. 82 ..,48 132 .. .,.,.. 104 ....71,140,169 ....... 48 ,,..104 145 ,.....,...... 82 ....61,100,175 192 ...,.,...,... 61 ...82,107 ...82,107 .,. 71 ...82,107 . ........ 82 ....61,105,121 ......61 141 ..,.48,149,175 , .... 102,169 .,. 159 .. 197 ,,..... 71 ...15,4B,169 ........ 48 ....72,167,273 ....72,129,183 ........ 48 ... 144,162 , ... 171 . ,48,114 ... 114 .,. ... 83 .......... ... 83 ........83 109,149 61,114,122 149,279 .....,.... .,. 48 .... ., 48 111,131 ........83 143,146 ,68,72,140,167,277 .......,.. .61,l03 .... .,. 72 ...,72 174,204 ... .,. B3 ... 178 Giem, Marilyn .... Gifford Howard .. Gifford, Judy . . . Gifford, Norman . . . Gilbert, Ann . , . Gilbert, James .. Gilbert, John .. Giles, Ted ..... Gillespie, Sandy .,.. Gillette, Mary Ellen Gilmer, Kay . .,.., . Glade, Karen Glasscock, Jim ..... Glaviano, Leonard .. Gleckler, Ralph .,.. Glidden, Jan ...... Goeglein, Dorothy .. Goer, Carl ....... Goetz, Mary . , . Goff, Thais .... Goings, Yvette ....... Goldsborough, Nancy Goode, Darl . ,.....,.. Goodman, Jane .... Gorder, Pauline Gorton, Pat ..... Graham, Sandra ... Grant, Roland .., Grassmick, Betty . , . Grasselly, Gilbert . . Graves, Donald Graybeal, Jim .,. Grebe, Bill .. Green, Boyd Green, Dick ,. . , Green, Ellen . ., Green, Joanne ,. Green, Louise . .. Green, Richard .. Green, Robert .. . Green, Sharon .. Green, Wanda .. Green, William .. Greene, Annette .. , Greenfield, Norm ... Greenley, George .. Grenier, Dan ..... Grimes, Homer ., Grimm, Eldon Groninger, John . Grosinger, Jeanne ., Grossnickle, Patricia .. Groteluschen, Bill .,. Grubbe, Clinton .,. Guerrero, Richard .. . Guggenheim, Jean ...... Gullison, Lyle ...... 72,120,163,277 .........4B,99 ...83,151,160 .....83,151 ..... 48 ....83,143 ....179 .. 72 ..... 61 ....48,167 ..... 83 .... 72 .....172 ....48,102 .....104 ....159 .... 48 ....104 ....149 ,...169 .........., 72 .......,72,121 48,110,142,146 ,..,....98,169 ....48,147 ....72,146 ..... 83 .,..116 .. 48 .. 48 .. 48 .. 99 .. 83 ....192 .........192 ...48,163,284 ....61,142 ..... 72 ..... 61 .,..61,144 .....103 ...,72,150 ....,... 48 ...72,140,141 ........179 ......118,152 ....61,123,177 ...,......102 ....152 ,...215 .......169 ,....83,114 ....15,48,177 ..,..... 61 ...105,119 . ......... 48 .........., 48 Gunnison, Buzz .... 72, 100, 179, 209, 210 Gurss, Frances , , H Hadley, Karen .........,.,.....,... ...,..... 13,17,48,125,137,138,163 Hafner, Gae ...................... 48 Hagan, Harold .. .......... 61 Hagen, Mary Ann . ..,. 61,133,148 Hahl, Ross ...... Haifley, Janice .. Hoisting, Ron ., Hall, Alan .... . Hall, Glenda .... Holler, Barbara . . . Halligan, Lucille .,... 49 83 .....178 83 ....102,118 49 ........72,160 Hamamura, Shirley , ............... 107 Hamilton, Karen ......,., 58, 61, 133, 161 Hampton, Kay , . . . . Honamura, Gail , .. Honda, Elaine 83 ....72,162 ....72,107 Haney, Sue .,.... .....,..... 1 67 Haning, Quentin . . .... 49, 132, 136 Hanna, Howard ... . .,.. .. 183 Hannigan, Diane ...49, 139 Hanners, Mariorie ... .,.. 83 Hansen, Jerry ..... .,..,49, 181 Hanson, Martha ... ...... 72 141 Harden, Jim .............. 100,183 204 Harden, Rich . . .49, 98,117,142,145 183 Harecla, Joan .................. 49 106 Hardy, Darel .. ...72,102,135,173 Hargis, Janet .. , ....., 140 151 Haring, Janet ,,,. ...,. 6 1 Harman, DeeAnn .,.............,. 49 Harms, Mary ..,,....,.....,..... 162 Harms, Richard . . . 15, 17, 49, 139, 157, 183 Harried, Russell ,...,......,.... 49, 109 Harrington, Charles . ..,. 93, 102, 135 Harrington, Larry ... .,.,. .. 72 Harris, Bob .,,... ,. 183 Harris, Carol . ,. .... . 167 Harris, Dan .... .... 1 84, 197 Harris, David .. , .........,..,... 61 Harris, Eleanor .,...,,...,.... 13, 18, 61 Harris, Patrick ...12, 18, 49, 124, 130, 132 Harris, Reese .....,.,...,......... 152 Harrison, Connie ....,..,....,.... 72,102,115,127,140,163 Harrison, Harold ............,. 116, 204 Harshman, Geraldine ...,.... 145 Harvey, Donna . .. ..,..,.. 72, 167 Hasenkamp, Sheila .., .... 83, 149, 158 Hastings, Willis .. ..,,. 62, 177 Hasty, Robert .. .... 49 Hatch, Danny ,. .. 104 Hathaway, Dave . . . .... . 182 Hatterman, Vyrla ...,..,........ 83, 152 Haug, Dorothy ..,........,.,,.... ..14, 58, 62, 122, 149, 163, 275, 278, 282 Hauser, Nancy ......,,,.......... 165 Hautala, Myrle ..,.... 15, 49, 99, 103, 111 Havely, Beverly ,. . ..,......., . . 62 Hawkins, Loree . ..., 122, 165 Hayes, Arthur . ,.... 110 Hayes, Bob . .. .. 175 Hayes, John ., 204 Hayes, Willis .,.,.,. ..... 8 3 Haynes, Richard . .. .......... 72 152 Haywood, Pat . . .............. 176 Heath, Gary .., ,... 72,123,151,176 Hefferman, John .. ,....,..... 149 Hefner, Donald ........ 62 181 Heggie, Thomas . . . . . 14, 62, 99, 177 Heidger, Paul ,.......,..,...... 83, 151 Heimke, Mary Ann ......,...,..., 49 Hein, Karen .... 18, 62, 122, 156, 163, 283 Heintz, Joan ....,.....,........ 72, 105 Helget, Carolyn . . .... 83, 96 Heller, Barbara ,.. ... 83 Helm, June ...... .,.,. 1 71 Helser, Marcella ... ..,49, 108 Helstien, Judith .,. .,.. 83 Helt, David ... ....... ,.. 83 Henry, Peggy ., ,........... 117 Henson, Helen . .... 62, 96, 108, 161 Herdt, Ron ....... ,,..,.,,., 4 9, 132 Herman, Carolyn .. ...72, 121,133,167 Herman, Dean ,.., ,...,...,... 7 2 Herrick, Don ..,,. . . .49 215 Herring, Harriet ... ,... B3 Hess, Jim ...... ......., 8 3 Hess, Joan .... ..., 6 2, 127 141 Hester, Kay ,...,.... ....,.. 8 3 Hesterwerth, Loretta .. .. 62 Hettinger, Pat ..,... .... 8 3 Hettrick, John .. . . .62 104 Hevvett, Susan . . . .49 169 Hickel, Joyce ... ,. 150 Hicks, Doris ..,. , . . Hideman, Charles .. Higashi, Richard . ., Higashi, Robert ,,.. Higbie, Susan .. ., Hill, Judy ... ,. Hill, Rich ...... Hill, Richard Hill, Sally ...,.. Hilliard, Marilyn ... Hillberry, Norma Himsel, Robert ,... Hindarff, Julie .... Hirsch, Margaret Hirsch, Myrna .,.,, Hitchcock, Jack .... Hitzing, LalaAnn . Hoaglund, John . Hack, Carolyn . Hock, Nita ..... Hodge, Clifford Hoefler, Regina Hof, Howard . ,, Hoff, Diana ..,. Hoff, Gerald ..,, Hoffman, Marilyn .. Hoffman, William ... Hogelin, Olivia .. Hogoboom, Bev ,. Hoks, Donald Holden, Denise .... Holes, Don ,.,.. Holland, Theo .,. Holleuffer, Lynne Holliman, Joyce . Homo, Russell ... Holman, Barbara .. Homan, Linda ... Homyak, Mike .. Hood, Tom ,...,,, Hooper, Elizabeth .. Hopkins, Jane ... Hopkins, Lynne Hopkins, Mary Anne Happes, Betty . . . Hoppman, Ron .. Hopwood, Lynn , . Horn, Alicia ......, Hornbuckle, Linda .. Horton, Donna ..... Hosokawa, Michael Hostetler, Mary Ann Houf, Judy .. Houghton, Billie . Houghton, Lola ,. Hovde, Betty . , , Hove, Sandra . ,. Howe, Dave .... Howerton, A. C. . . Hoye, Jean ...,, . . Hoyt, Lynn .... .,,.. Hrusko, Jack ......... Hruska, James ..18, 50, Huck, JoAnn ........ Huddleston, Ron .,. Huebner, Terry .... Huffman, Maggie .. Hull, Chuck ...... Hummel, Juanita ... Hummels, Kenneth ., Humphrey, Wayne . Humphries, Billie . ., Hundley, Sandra . .. Hunt, Buddy ,.,. Hunt, Dave ...., Huntzinger, John ,. 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Kelley, Judy Kellogg, Willie .. Kellond, Lynn .. Kelly, Dan ... Kelly, Jerry .... Kembel, Harry ...- Kemp, Don .,.. Kempf, Ken .. Kemper, Lee ..,. Kennedy, Bob Kennedy, Judy .. Kent, Raymond ,. Keough, Kathy .. Kerbel, Mary Kerbs, Doreen .. Kerr, Sally ... Keup, David Kier, Darrel .... Kieser, Bob ...,. Kilgore, Janiel ,. Killeen, Jacki ...,. Killmer, Richard Kim, Geraldine Kincaid, Nancy .. King, Karen ,. King, Paul ... King, Walter ... Kingery, Myrna . Kinney, Don . Kinsey, Sharon . Kirby, Kathy Kissell, Harry ... Kissell, Lynda .. Kito, Masa .... Kitts, Linda ......, Kitzman, Heather .. Kitzman, LeRoy .,., Klaaren, Vicki ... Klatt, Sharon .. Klebe, Esther ... Klemer, Sally Knecht, Judy Knight, Jack Knight, Janice .. Knowlton, Perry Knott, Mary .... Knox, George .., Knox, Renetta ..... Knudson, Lawrence . Kobayakawa, Edna . Kobayashi, Stan ... Koch, Dick ..... Kodarna, Karen Koeder, Karen .. Koehler, John ... Koenig, Barbara .,. Koenig, Sandra . 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Schank, Sandy .... Schattinger, Emery . Schatz, Barbara . . . 1 Schatz, Larry ......... Scheideman, Jack ...... Schellenberg, Barbara .. Schiffman, Marilyn ..... Schiffman, Merlin ..... Schissler, William . . . Schlagel, Arlene .. . . . Schmeeckle, Vicky . . . Schmidt, Bob ..... Schmidt, Carolyn Schmidt, Fred .... Schmidt, Gerald .. Schmidt, Nancy .. Schmidt, Norma .... Schmitt, Norb ...... 55 ,...54, ...108, ....76, .........,..54, 122,133,156, ...54, 123, ....133, 140, ......179 ...54, 110, ....54, ....65 ....65 ....89, ....89, .....89, 182, ..65,97,156, .........76, ..,.89 180,181,204, ....89, ,98,111,117, .....,...54, ...54,104, ......76, ....65, ....55, .H..13L ..1,.6s,114 .55,130,138, ....65, 98, ....55, .........89, ,110,128,157, I 1 1 1 93 148 54 148 89 119 115 149 65 65 178 54 54 14-4 89 163 89 161 102 148 175 163 202 128 184 143 54 147 152 106 171 119 119 178 76 65 281 169 119 220 114 89 89 205 1 19 1 19 168 160 76 54 54 106 133 159 139 143 161 76 89 178 165 1 14 173 139 65 65 55 163 89 195 150 76 132 66 133 175 Smart, Donna .... Smeaton, Donald . Smelek, Audrey .. Smelker, Sharon ., Smith, Alon .. Smith, Bernice . . . Smith, Bill .. Smith, Brian ., Smith, Carole Smith, Craig .... Smith, Dan ,.,.. Smith, Georgia . . . Smith, Gordon .. Smith, Joan ..,., Smith, Leonard . .. Smith, Ollie ...... Smith, Rosemarie , Smith, Sharon .... Smith, Susan ..., Smith, Tom ..... Smith, William Smith, Yvonne . . . Smolik, Janet Smookler, Gene ., Sneddon, George . Snodgress, Pat Snow, Gary ...... Snowbarger, Gordon . .... 104,131 Snowbarger, Ron , Sommers, Lynne .. Sonneman, Melvin Spangler, Jean .. Spann, Marty ... Speece, Warren ., Speer, Bill ,... Spence, John , Spencer, Otha .... Spencer, Robert .. Spitellie, Janet . .. Spitzer, Bonnie . ,. 66 .. ,..... 90 ....117,149 90 ....147,172 ,.,66,152 ..,..175 ...76,181 ,.,66,152 ..,..178 ..,...176 ,...103,166 ...55,99,110 ........55 ...90 .. ,.,167 ,..167 ..,66,179 66 ..,76,141 90 ,....,..131 .. .....,..... 55 ....91,148, 166 ...... ,.76 ........,..131 ....55,102,163 , .,..... 66 ...66,120 ......l33 ...55,132 ,. .,., 178 ...90,180 ...133 ...90 ..,...55 ..,55,151 Spooner, Kenneth ... ,...., .. 76 Sproles, Truman .. Stacy, Rita Stahla, George . . 66 Schneebeck, Charles . . . . . .89, 176 Schneider, James . . . . . . . 180 Schneider, Judith .,... .... 8 9 Schneider, Paul ....,..., .... 1 77 Schnegelberger, Amelia ........ .... 1 43 Schrodt, Nick ................ .... 1 78 Schroeder, Bob .. .. . 14, 66,131,172 Schropp, Carolyn . . ...... . . . 66 Schroth, Nancy . . .,.. 159 Schuldt, Shirley . . , . 66 Schultz, Larry . . . . . 76 Schuman, Lorene . . . . 76 Schupp, Ron ...... .... 1 82 Schwartz, George . . . . . . . . 89 Schweers, Rex . . . ..... . . . 93 Scott, Jane .. .,., 66, 99, 118 Scott, John .... .... 9 3, 103, 184 Scott, Laural ... ,.......... 108,164 Seabert, Paul ...,.....,...... . . . 123 Seedroff, Carol ...., 14, 121,133,143,161 Seib, Marie . . ....,...... . .. 76 Seier, Joyce . . . . . . 140, 169 Sekera, Judy . .. .. .89, 133, 149 Selee, Carl .... ., . . . . 190 Selee, Kenneth . . ,. . . . 55 Selee, William .. .. .55, 117 Selk, Honey ..... ..... . 89, 119 Senatore, Phyllis . .... 89, 97, 168 Senty, Kay ..... .,... , . . 66 Sepulveda, Dolores . ...89, 119, 152 Sevilla, Jerry ..... . . .76, 123 Shalberg, Shirley .,. ,.... 55 Shaner, Pam ...... .... 9 0 Shannon, Gayle . . . . . 66 Sharp, Janet .... . . 90 Sharp, Kenneth .. .... . 90 Shaw, Darlene . . .... 90, 151 Shaw, Rich .... .....,. 5 5 Sheda, Julie ,.. ...... ., 90 Sheehan, Mike . . .... 78, 90, 111 Shelby, Elaine .. .,...,.. 76 Shepherd, Evelyn . , .... 121 Sherman, Al .... ,.., 2 02 Shiba, Amy .... .... 1 06 Shields, Kathy . . . . . . .165 Shiery, Carol ...... .,......,., 6 6 Shigematsu, George ........ 76, 103, 107 Shimabukuro, Elsie ...... 55, 106, 161 286 Shimada, Melvin . . ........ .66 175 Shimada, Stan ., . . .131 135 ......,..150 .,,.76,140,163 ,,....,..176 Stark, Ray ..,.,.,,...,............ 176 Stover, Betty .....,................ ., 19, 55, 96, 98,125,130,138,156,160 Steck, Fred .,....,....,.,..,.. 104, 139 Steele, Cleophus . Steen, Peri Skertich, George .. Shimer, Pattie .. Shine, Rich ..... Shinseki, Grace .... Shively, Jo ,..,. Shively, Richard . . . Showalter, Wes Showalter, William . Shuck, Jack ...,. Shults, Larry Shupp, Nan . .. Sibert, Edgar Sieler, Margaret . , . Silber, Carl ..,., Simmons, Betty .. Simmons, Joyce . . Simmons, Wiley Simpson, Marlys . . . Sims, Barbara . . . Sindt, Carolyn .. Sipe, Ellen ..... Siverts, Alyce . .. .,.,66,133 ..,100,209 ....66,106 .... 55 .. 66 .. 55 .. 55 ....110 ,. 90 .... 90 ..,,. 55 ...l47,169 ..... 76 .,..66,143 .....165 ........118 ...66,117,152 ....... 90 ...55,90 .... 90 ,.... 55 ,.,.55,175 Stehwien, Denise . ,, ,.,... 131 ....9B,103,161 Steinberg, Norma , . . ...... 66, 145 Stellmoker, Kay ,. Stenback, Paul .. . Stevens, Bill .... Stevens, Charlene Stevenson, Don ., Stevenson, Lyle . .. .,..,...171 ..,.104,123 ......13,44 76 ..,.55,110,175 ..,.55, 123,173 Stewart, Rhonda ,,., .,...... 7 6 Stiehl, Jeanne ,... Stine, Robert .... .... ,91 55 Stines, Alphonso ..,. .,.. 6 6, 100, 181 Stoll, Bonnie ,,... .,... 9 1, 111 Stolte, Richard . . . . . .66, 147 Stone, Charlotte ..,, ..... 5 5 Stone, Joanne ,... ... 91 Stone, Kay ... . . .133 Stone, Louise .... .161 Stoolrey, Karen . , . . .76, 133 Story, Lee .,.. ..., 1 77 Stover, Don ... . . .184 Straily, Floyd Skidmore, Sam .. Slater, Pat .. Slavik, Al . . . Sleepy, Judy . . . Sloan, Loretta . . . Sloan, Virginia ..... Sly, Harley .......... Smaldone, Marianne . . . . . . 55 ...90,105,151 ..76 ....170 76 ....190 118,167 Strate, George . . . Stratman, Sidney . Strayer, Harley .. Streeb, Ramona .. Stricker, Del .... Strole, Russ . . . Strubel, Joyce . , . Struble, Ann .... 91 ........55,177 .. .... 137,140,169 55 ...147 91 ,.......215 91 ....76,118,159 Stull, Jane . .. Stulp, Nina ...... Sturbaum, Gary ,.. Sueda, Jane ' Sueda, Thelma ,. Sullivan, Kathleen . Summers, Mariorie . . , Summerfield, Clinton .. Sunada, Leo ......., Sundell, Anne ..... . Sundquist, Joy ., Sutter, Merlene . Suzuki, Bonnie .. Swain, Charlene Swan, Meridel .. Swanson, Phyllis , Sweney, Betsy . , . Swennes, John ,. Sylvester, Patsy .. T Takeguchi, Elaine ... Takeguchi, Lorraine Talioferro, Carol .. Tallman, Phil ., ...., .. Tamaribuchi, Franklyn , Tamplin, Caroline ... Tanner, John ....,. Tapey,'Cecil ..., Tateishi, Carole . Tawney, Judy .., Taylor, Ardeth .. Taylor Bob ..... Taylor, Charles .. Taylor Dorothy . . . Taylor Judith ... Taylor, Vol .... Ted row, Charles . TenBensel, Bill .,. Terry, LeRoy .... Tesone, Tamara Tessitore, Richard . , . Test, Barbara ,.,.. Test, Marilyn , . . Thacker, Sylvia .. Thaxton, Diane .. Thomas, Freddie ... Thomas, Kay ..,.., . . Thompson, Claudio .... Thompson, Joann ,.... Thompson, Maxine ..77, Thompson, Robert ..... Thompson Ruth Thompson , Wilma Thornburgh, Judy ,.. Thornsby, Lydia Thornton, Barbara . Thornton, Peter .. Thorpe, Dave Thurman, Donna ... Tidwell, Robert ,. Tiffany, Ken ..,...,. . Tilden, Janie .......... Tiller, Fred .19, 66, 102, Timm, Louanne ...,,... Tinconi, Judi ....,,.,. Tindall, Howard Tinsley, Maurice .. Tippett, Delores .. Tiernagel, Lois Toda, Betty .. Todd, Dick .. Todd, Don ..... Togashi, Joan ..,. Tomes, Sheri . .. Tomita, Robert . .. Tom-Ling, Faye . . . Tonkel, Marcia . .. Torke, Keith . . . 66 55 ..........204 ....55,106,287 .......91,107 ,.,.,...171 66 ...,66,2l1,212 ......l2,106,184 .,.76,96,133,159 .,..,.,.76,161 .,..55,132,159 .,,.....287 .,...91,149 ....56,98,161 56 ,.,.118 91 ,...56, 159 ...,76,106 ....76,106 77 ,...1B0 .. ..... 56 ..,..97,169 ..,,......144 ..,..56,115,135 ,....,.66,107 ...,140 ....167 ..,.105 ...,, 77 ....66,108 ...91,98 ,,... 66 ....66,110 ,..100,215 ..... 91 ....91,148 ,.......,,149 ........,... 77 .,.20, 66,139,161 , ,...,., 56,117 .......,56,163 . ..,..,,.. 15,171 .,77,121,142,152 ....,..,.118,l68 ,.,12,68,122,163 121,14-0,142,150 .,...,...56,144 , ,,.,...,. 143 ..,.56,136,13B 91 .,,.56,103,l20 .......,..163 .,,.93,103 .....184 ....150 56 , .,...... 56,173 91 124,129,131,135 56 91 .,56 ..66 91 56 .,..56,161 .....179 .....184 ....91,106 .,..151,273 93 .....107 . .,.... 158 ....157, 179 9 Townsend, Shirley ,.. Tracy, Janice ..., Trautman, Arlene ... Treckman, Kathy . . ,. Tregoning, Merrill .. Trembly, Dwayne Trezise, Mary .... Trimble, Trimble, Bill .. .. Kay ,..,.. . Trimmer, Dick , .... 100 Trotter, Rick . . . . . Truiillo, Ben ....... Truiillo, Carmelita .. Tsuka moto, Frances . Tuell, June ., .... .. Turner, Darrel .., Turner, Larry Turner, Sharon ., Twombly, Ron , . . Tydingo, Gordon . Tye, Jeri U Uden, Judy ... .. Uhrich, Art Uhrich, Byron . .. Urbana, Dick Usel, Rosina ..,. Usel, Stanley ...,. Utzinger, Annette ... Uyehora, Victoria ,. Uyema, Jean ,.... V Valenzuela, Oscar .. Vance, Barbara .. Vandenbos, L. G. . . Vanderhoot, Dennis . Van Dermark, Reva . Van Gundy, Sharon . Van Horn, Sondra .. Van Maanen, Wendell Von Meter, Jim .... Vannest, Frank ... Van Pelt, Don .. VanTine, Arthur . Vaughan, Glen .,. Vickerman, Dave Viers, DeLance Vigil, Bernie ,...... Volberding, Gloria ., Von Feldt, James Von Nordheim, Chuck Vosmera, George . . , Vote, Patricia ,.,. Vuxinic, Matt ,. W Wachholz, John .... Wachholz, Paul .. Wada, Lois ....,. Waddell, Bernito Woddelow, Mary ... Waddle, Ginger Wade, Diane .... Wadleigh, Leland ... Wadsack, Olivia .. Wagner, Eleanor Wagoner, Clitt ,,... Wakashige, Winifred Wakefield, Gene Walden Pam .. Walker, Harry .,. Walker, Joyce . Walker, Ken . . Walker, Stan ., Walkup, Dennis .....66,142 .56,132,138 ,...77,116 ...,..56 , 179, 190, 204 ....56, 120, flffsifiia ...56 ...56 .14,116,149 .,......77, ,..91 ...91 ,..77 ..,77 ...67 ,..77 ....147 , .... 56 ......67 ,..,56,138 ....,.91 ...77 .,.91, ....56, 100, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 149 159 77 77 56 184 180 215 161 205 77 119 171 106 14-8 91 215 149 173 67 169 159 56 172 184 152 56 151 107 56 119 77 56 77 77 143 163 91 177 195 197 123 100 100 173 119 145 149 91 197 56 204 218 100 106 159 158 56 102 56 91 91 137 56 102 152 114 91 114 184 184 Wallace, Barbara . , Wallace, Finley .... Wallace, Jo Ann ... Wallenberg, Manuel Wallin, Elaine ..... Walters, Audrey . . . Walters, Gerald . . , Walton, Wally .... Wamboldt, Wanda , Warburton, Ruth .. Ware, Barb .,... Ware, David . .. Warner, Marian . Warren, Sharon . Waselkow, Dave . . . ....67, ,...91, ....77, ....56, Washington, Charleszine . .. Washington, Shirley .. Washmon, Pat ...,. Waters, Glenda . . . Wathen, George ,. Watson, Bill ...... Weaver, Cynthia Webber, Nolan Weber, Barbara . , , Weber, Maudie .. Weibel, Paul ..,... Weigand, Barbara . Weiker, Mike ..... Weimer, Jeanette .... Weingarth, Mary ..., 122, Weiss, Verle ...,.... Weitzel, Mary Lau .. Welch, Donna ...., Welch, Jan .,.. Welch, Nancy . .. Wells, Judy ....... Wendel, Robert .... Wentworth, Thomas .. Werikas, Ingrid ,... Werner, Rosalyn . . . Werner, Sue .,.. Werntz, Rick ... Wertz, John West, Barbara .. West, Ellsworth .. West, Wesley ..... Westerberg, Jean . .. Westerberg, Jim ,.. Westtall, Julianne .. Westlund, Chris Weston, Frances . .. Wheeler, Ann . . . Whitaker, Calvin .. White Carolyn . . White Grace . . . White Hazel . . . White, Jan ..., White Lynn . . . White, Sharon ., Whitten, Roger ..... Wickstrom, George . . , Wid, Robert ........ Widener, Sharon .... Widdifield, Sharon . . . Wiggins, Sue ..... Wight, Evelyn . . . Wilcox, Nancy . . . Wilcox, Ruth ...... Willsen, Rae Ann . .. Wilkinson, Kay .... Wilkinson, Pat .. Wiel, Ted Willard, Fran ., Wille, Louise ....., Williams, Connie . . . Williams, Dennis . Williams, Janet .... Williams, Joan .. Williams, John .. ,..77, 133, ...129 ........143 ..l77,102,135 6fi1ifi11f114 ....14 ....77 ,...I131fii1 i13,i78,92,116 ""1QQ11fi12 ......77 ....77 ....67 .......92,133 .13,14,77,144 ...,..14,67 ....A....,120 ..,92,152,162 ....,....140 ..,57,143 ...67,152 . .,.110 77, 96,122,140 .......,..121 ,....167 ....92,99 ...,..92 ....77 ....67, ..,.14,99 ....77, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 91 67 67 91 158 170 174 152 91 169 163 56 152 128 184 133 91 92 171 110 184 92 179 167 151 146 105 173 139 283 108 165 165 169 118 92 99 67 92 160 165 182 131 147 182 177 77 184 127 92 144 161 104 171 163 280 167 163 170 179 184 67 163 161 279 151 144 141 77 158 148 104 161 99 57 67 150 67 57 Williams, Kathryn . Williams, Kay ,... Williams, Marilyn . Williams, Nancy .. Williams, Richard . Williams, Willie . . Williamson, Gary . Willis, Earlynn , .. Willis, Mary Wills, Louise Wills, Tom ....... Willsen, Rae Ann . Willsey, Gano .... Wilson, Chris .... Wilson, Donette .. Wilson, Don . .. Wilson, Doris . Wilson, Gary .. Wilson, Ivan .. Wilson, Jean .. Wilson, Norma ... Wilson, Ruth . . . Wilson, Sharon .,. Wilterdink, Larry . Winchell, Larry ... Wingett, Susan . Winter, Doris ,. Wiskes, Don . .. Witt, Carolyn .. Witt, Lou Ann . Woelfle, Del . .. Wolaver, Emily Wolcox, Donald .. Wolfe, Margaret . . Wolfrum, Larry . . , Wolverton, Art . . . Wong, Lawrence .. Wong, Sandra Wong, Winnie . Wood, Barbara .. Wooden, Rich .... Waodham, Jane .. Woodward, Gary . Woodward, Jay .. Woodward, Joan . Woolard, Luanne . Worden, Marvin .. Warlock, Roger . . . Wrogge, Walter .. Wurzbacher, Mary Wyatt, Marilyn . , . Yamamoto, Florence Yamasaki, Elaine . Yamashiro, Kay ,. Yardley, Cherie .. Yates, Ralph Yother, Mark ..... Youberg, Margaret Young, Gordon . . . Young, Jack Young, Mary ... Yven, Betty . .. Zabriskie, Jack .,. Zahourek, Jon . Zamboni, Floyd . . . Zotell, Jeffrey ., Zeger, Earleen . Zeitlon, August . . . Zelinkotf, Alan . Zeigler, Robert , . . Zimmerman, Norma Zink, David ..,... Zirkel, Sue .. 57 .... 149 ...92,150 .... 144 ...57,104 .. 202 .. 67 .. 92 .... 92 .....,. 92 ....105,204 ...92,170 .... 57 .. 180 .. 77 ..... 92 ...92,166 .....20,204 ........ 67 ...,57,142,152 .......... 77 67,156,167,180 .,........ 92 .......... 67 ....... 123 ...77,96,140 .....92,160 ........ 182 ....92,143,146 ........ 57 ...100,179,195 ........ 92 .. 57 .. 92 .... 92 ...57,212 ........ 151 ....77,106,164 .....57,106 ..,. 57 ..,..... 143 ....92,102,160 ....67,105,143 ........ 143 ..,.,...., 92 ....,..... 167 .67,99,110,177 .......144,146 ....57,131,181 ..,.... 111 ....92,96 ,..106 .....106 ...92,107 ...97,159 ...67,178 ..... 92 .,. 92 ... 93 .. 57 ., 77 .. 93 ...,92,118,182 ,....... 129 ...57,132 ..... 148 ....127,141 .... 103 .... 144 ...57,143 .... 92 ........57,104 ...133,161,167 Angel A Acacia ............, Administration .....,. Alpha Kappa Lambda ... .... Alpha Gamma Delta .. Alpha Phi .....,.. Alpha Psi Omega .... Alpha Sigma Alpha . ,. Alpha Sigma Tau .... Flight ...... .......,.... Annual Distribution .,.,...,..,. Association of Childhood Education Associated Women Students ..,.. AWS Activities Committee . AWS Fashion Show ...,. B Bethel Baptist ..., Biorn Ski Club .... . Blue Key ..... ..,, Bruology ... .,.. C "C" Club ...., ,...... . ....,.. 172,173 ..28, 29 174,175 158,159 160,161 ..,.126 162,163 164,165 ,..,122 ....262 98 96 97 ..,261 ..,.143 99 ,...124 226, 227 100, 101 Cache la Poudre Stott .........,., 20, 21 Campus Coordination Committee ...., 14 Canterbury Club .....,..,......,,, 144 Christmas Dinner . . .246 Christmas Ball .,.. . .... 247 Choral Aires .......,....,.. ,H102 Council for Exceptional Children. ,..103 D Delta Omicron . ...., 127 Delta Phi Delta ,.. ..,.., ,128 Delta Zeta .,............ ,... 1 66, 167 Diary ot Anne Frank ....., ..... 2 54, 255 Distributive Education Club ,,. ... .104 F Fine Arts Club ... ., ...105 Freshman , .,.... ..... 7 8-92 Freshman Week . .. .... 228, 229 G Gamma Delta ...,.,.... . . .145 Glimpses of Fall Quarter .. .. .240 Gold Key .......,...., . . .125 Graduates .,.. . .,.. 93 Graduation . ....,,. 265 Greek Follies . . ..., 250, 251 Greek Week . . . ..., 238, 239 A Aas, Wallace . .. .. 39 Arnold, Dean , 40 B Boob, Clarence ., Ball, Richard ,.. Behling, Mary ,... Bekkedol, Tekla Best, Warren ..,.. Bidwell, Watson . . . Blasi, Robert ..... ,,.33 ...33 ...36 .,.32 ..36 N33 ..36 General Index H Hawaiian Club ,. Hays Picnic ...., Hellzabruin ... .... Homecoming ,.,....,.. Home Ecmonomics Club Human Rights Club ..,.. IK Carnival .. .,., Independents ...,.. Industrial Arts Club .... Intercollegiate Knights .,.. lntertraternity Council ' ..... Insignia Day .,...,,........ ., International Relations Club ...,, lntervarsity ..,..,........., J Jeans and .lanes .... Juniors ...., K Kappa Delta Pi ,. Kappa Kappa Psi . L Lambda Sigma Tau Lei Dance ....... Lutheran Students .. M Madrigal Singers .,,........ Men's Residence Hall Council Military Ball ,..,.,.., .,. Mirror Staff .. .... N Newman Club .. .... O Orchesis ,....,, . .,...., Orchesis Spring Concert P Ponhellenic Council Phi Delta Kappa .. Phi Mu Alpha . 106, 107 . , . ,263 230, 231 230-237 .,.,108 ....109 242, 243 ....111 ....110 ,...129 ....157 ..,.264 112,113 ....146 ....114 . ,58-67 ,.,.130 .,.131 ....132 ....260 ....147 ....115 ....116 ,...252 ..22, 23 148,149 ....133 ....256 ..,.156 ,...134 .,,.135 Faculty Index Boech, George . . . Bogan, Irene .. Bothell, John Brummer, Edith Bunn, John ,.,.. Burnom, Thomas .. Butler, Lonis .,., C Candelaria, Martin Carney, Elizabeth . . . Carriar, Shirley ...4O ...32 .,.34 ..,.32 ,36,202 .,..37 ...36 ..37,41 37 .,37,41 Phi Sigma Iota .., ,..136 Pi Kappa Delta .., . . .131 Pi Lambda Theta ., ...138 Pi Omega Pi ....,. . ...139 President and Stott ... .. 16 Publications Committee . . 15 R Religious Council .,....., . . .142 Roger Williams Fellowship ROTC Presentation ..... Royalty .,...,,.. S Sabrina Fair ..,.,.. Sadie Hawkins Dance ,. Seniors ........... Shark Club ... .. .,.15O , ..... 253 , . .268-287 . . . .248, 249 .,...,.244 ,...44-57 .,.....118 Sigma Chi ,.,,. ..,. 1 76,177 Sigma Kappa .... .... 1 68,169 Sigma Phi Epsilon .., ..., 178,179 Sigma Sigma Sigma .. .... 170, 171 Songtest ......... ,... 2 58, 259 Sophomores ,.,.. ..,.. 6 8-77 Sophomore Ball ..... . . .245 Sociedad Hispanico Spring Quarter Events Sports ,.., , . .,,...,.. . ..,.119 .......257 ,. ,.,186-223 Spur ........,............ .,.140 Student Activities Committee 14 Student Council ...,......,. ...12, 13 Student Education Association ,. . . .117 Student Union Board .,,.,., .. 15 Swim Show ...,..,.. T Tau Beta Sigma Tau Kappa Epsilon .. Theta Xi ......,. Totem Staff ,..241 ..........1-41 ..182,183,184 ....180, 181 ,...24,25 U United Campus Christian Fellowship..151 W Wesley Foundation .. ,.,.. .152 Who's Who .,,.... ,..17,18,19 Wingless Victory .,...,.. .... 2 66, 267 Women's Athletic Association ........ 120 Women's Residence Hall Council ...... 121 Carter, Eugene . Cave, Jean ... Cazel, Fern ....... Chadwick, John ..... Christensen, Harald Claussen, Neal .,..,. Cloybaugh, Amos .. Clevenger, Susan .. Collins, Harry .... Coon, Dean . ., Costello, Virginia Cross, Neal ....,. Cyphers, Vincent .. ...ss was ...34 ...as ...4O .237 ...s4 ...ala was ...ao .'..32 .....37 ,...34,a6 299 Danford, Howard DeBoer, Raymond Decker, Donald ., Doubenmier, Jule Dykins, Dale .... Eiland, Anne .... Ellinger, Richard . Elliott, Allan .... Erwin, William .. Everett, Margaret Fagerlie, Anna . . Fisch, Forest ..., Fluke, John ..,., Frease, Forrest .. Fulbright, John ., Garlick, Don ,... Gates, George .. Gates, Sam , . , Genasci, James ., George, Marvin . Ginsburg, Blanche Glidden, Harley . Goodbrod, Rupert Gower, William . Graham, Robert . Graybeal, Lyman Hafterkamp, Jack Hall, Josephine ,. Hall, Rhoda Hancock, John . Hansen, Ethel Hansen, Kenneth Hargrove, Ralph , Harkness, Mariorie Harrison, Martha Hartman, William Hause, Jesse ..., Heimerl, Beatrice Heiss, William ... Herman, Fred .. Hillway, Tyrus ,.. Hogan, Kenneth , Holley, Donald .. Hoydar, Edna .. Hunn, Bernice ... Hutcherson, Rita . James, Robert .. Johnson, Francis Johnston, Ralph . Jones, George . Kagy, Frederick . Kelly, Edward .. Kerns, LeRoy 36 37 30 36 38 ...33 ...33 .,.30 .,.33 .,.36 .34, 41 ...39 ...3B ...37 .,.3O 38 37 30 36, 220 .38, 41 ...38 ...39 ...38 ...38 ...37 .30, 34 39 32 33 36,218 34 34 30 .34,41 34 30 34 34 36 39 34 34 .37,41 .38,41 ,34,41 38 .38,41 33 ..9,30 ,34,41 33 34 .34,41 King, Ralph .. Koch, William . .. Koplitz, Eugene .. Korona, Wilson . . Kramer, Klass ,. Lakin, Frank .... Landry, Leonard .. Langworthy, Helen Latham, Jessie .. Leacock, Rose . . . Lewis, Alice .... , Lindahl, Virgil .. Linclou, Leslie Long, Donna ... Low, Martha . . . Lowry, Betty . ,. Lubbers, Max ., Luker, Arno . . Lutey, Carol Mariani, John . .. McLain, Charles ., McMurrough, Hal . Melander, Carl ,., Mendell, Marvin Merlan, Wilma .. Meyer, Florence .. Mickey, John .,.. Miles, James ... Miller, James Miller, Lydia .... Mitchell, Arthur . Mohr, Estell .,.. Moinat, Arthur .. Mosbo, Alvin ..,.. Muhlbach, George Nardin, James .. Neal, Louise ..,. Nelsen, Donald ,.. Nevisan, Myrne .. Newbern, Vera . , . Nimnicht, Glendan Ninemires, Howard Nofziger, Dwight . Olson, Kenneth .. Owens, Robert .. Parsons, Merle .. Partridge, Arthur . Pastalan, Leon ., Patterson, Dale . . . Perchlick, Richard . Perry, Charles ..., Perry, Kenneth Phoenix, William , Ploutz, Paul .... Pogue, Pauline Popeioy, William . Quammen, Francis Reiff, Guy ,.... Reitze, Alberta . . . Reynolds, Arthur .. Ross, William R, .. Rossi, Anthony . . . Rudash, Arlene ... Sanderson, George Seager, Daniel , .. Selberg, Edith .... Sexson, Jack . , . Schmitz, Claude ., Shaw, Jack ...... Shoemaker, Joseph Shoop, Marion . ., Sloan, Fred ,...., Smith, Wayne .... Stamper, Maynard Starr, Wendell Staton, Wesley . . , Steffy, Doris Stoner, Paul Stuckey, June .. Tavel, David Thomas, Bert ... Tilden, Vivian .,.. Tollefson, Oscar ,. Toussaint, Sylvester Turner, Glen ..... VanAnne, Angela . VanMaanen, Everett Vaughan, Tony . ., Versluys, Nicolaas Walker, Wayman . Walsh, Leonard .. Warmke, Roman .. Waterman, Roland Welling, John .... West, Lee .....,. Westrum, Wesley , Whorton, Gladys . Williams, Herman , Williamson, Gloria Woerner, Dale Wolfe, Welby .... Yetka, Alice .. Zehna, Peter .. 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Minter, Representative ZI4 Coronado Building Greeley, Colorado ELgin 2-5726 MEADOW GOLD DAIRY GREELEY. COLORADO 450 25th Street, Phone EL 2-7860 NASH STUDIO 917 16th st. Phone El. 2-9431 'Wegafi-ues Qxfffways 011 7ife" A GOOD PLACEMENT PICTURE is second to a personal interview BENNETT CLEANERS Guclranfeed Dry Service IZI4 9111 Avenue, Phone EL. 2-32lO .F GREELEY 5,5 44+ 'N T C! . " 32711, " ' 1 iff I E 'I' -- Q .59 in ' V' fag.. A , L H 415 .I 1- . K V 'MIT . ..., W2 ' , R -- 45' i lk, f,. W! g JY. ' - Aix. -. f. .,.., ..,. MASON'S 66 Service Station 1011 16TH STREET t 303 4 IERRY TAMMANY Greeleyie Largest Photographer RAY'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT "Everything for the student" 925 Tm-4 STREET NORTH SIDE OF CAMPUS Compliments of GREELEYS THREE CCDMMERCIAL BANKS V First National Bank Greeley National Bank Weld County Bank i V X V- i 'B 55 was I . ll 81 R WASHETERIA 2215 - Sth Avenue 3 Elks. So. of College EL 2-7902 24 Hr. help Your Self or L iundl I d fl ull? WUI cl K. 5 of ...fix 1 ' 'f3'3'3 .l".' Sega" -' QM fejingggfii eT45L " N-2 W f la, Le 5 IEWELRY CO. DIAMONDS--WATCHES-GIFTS UA? SCH RIVER Book Siore Stationery, Books, Office Supplies 815 81-I1 ST. EL 2-7764 GREELEY, COLORADO K 305 BRANEN' F O O D M A R K E T FRATERNITIES SORORITIES SEE US FOR ALL YOUR O6 T605 8l'l'l Ave. FOQD NEEDS-g-QW: LQW pgqggggg Phone EL. 2-3328 Active people 52 3, go for Coke! CAMERA SUPPlY, INC. ,.. , ... - - - - QUALITY STEREO6 HI-Fl 41 ':. 2 : : : PHOTOCRAPHIC EQUIPMENT : : : : : ' NORTH SIDE OF CAMPUS ON I6TH Enjoy Coca-Cola L -TM 0 ,' rlght now! my It rg ...D me ..e. Crm MQ. B ld der ouihorivy of The Coco-Cola Company The Greeley Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. 'A' 7I8 7+h S+. Phone EL. 2-I937 Hibbs College Men's Heodquarfers Since 1911 Phone EL. 3-1071 r,. V .- 1 . 1. be l 20191,--' J, V v -, 1- " ll 'I 'El' H ' J S J' W mm umm vm :urn nun: WMYJZZ-4 . ' e - ....1..-. ,X , . 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