University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)

 - Class of 1935

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V " W J :lv A-X ,I .,,, , -L.: -,,,A,,.. H- J , , ze' HV .,' 1 'V X ek if ' A 4. 4 F rw f' g . L.., 1, K . A 1. . . 1 "Z gif ' , 6 1 - f ' I -pg 'U' .0 'Q X Q V", 5 'fl rx N - ' F F W V7 1' I J H 'a. B , .1 Tl?- ..-. ' Q 5 H, , mm u w 1-4 J' wwwmwwufga N 1, , x I1 esident J U R. Latham pp N 13L9i.i'5i759i ' k , The most important function of an institution of higher learning is the development of well- rounded personalities capable of adjusting themselves effectively to the varying conditions and problems of life. In order to achieve this objective, a college must provide for its student body an extensive and diversified program of extra-curricular activities as well as the traditional instruction in art, literature, and science. No college or university in the country offers the typical student more abundant opportunities for a rich collegiate experience than the Iowa State Teachers College. In attempting an accurate and adequate portrait of Student Life on this beautiful and time-honored campus, the Editor and her associates assumed a difiicult task of extreme importance and unusual significance. For the very admirable way in which they have accomplished their purpose, I wish to extend my deep appreciation and hearty Commendation. . Eff! Administration M J NELSON SADIE B. CAMPBELL LESLIE I. REED Dean of Faculty Dean of Women Dean of Men DEAN OF FACULTY: It is the rare privilege of the Dean of the Faculty to confer with students concerning their problems of curricular adjustment and scholastic standing and to assist in making desirable niodihcations in student schedules. In addition, the duties of this ofhce include the general supervision of the program of instruction, of the instructional records and research, of the registration procedure, of the scholarship regulations, and of the preparation of the college bulletins. DEAN OF VVONIEN: This office serves as a real guide and aid to women students. Friendly, confidential advice regarding personal problems of student welfare is accorded to each individual who seeks such help. The goal of the present oflice staff is to build a situation such that they can really help women students of the campus to realize the most out of their college days. DEAN OF RIEN: The Dean of lVIen supervises all activities of the men students of this col- lege. He assists students in adjusting themselves to college, aids them in securing employment, supervises their living conditions and encourages high scholastic and moral standards. In general, the Dean of llflen promotes the welfare of all students under his jurisdiction. Page 1-4- Administration FINANCIAL SECRETARY: All the monies of this college are received and disbursed by the Financial Secretary. The tuition paid by students covers one-fourth of the expenses of the institu- tion, and the remainder is made available through appropriations from the state. The oflice super- vises Student Loan activities, and renders a great service to over a hundred student and faculty organizations by managing their funds deposited in this office in trust. 4 THE REGISTRAR AND IZXAIVIINICR: This office is closely afliliated with students so far as scholastic records are concerned, and the fulfillment of requirements for a diploma or a degree. The Registrar is a member of the Intercollegiate Standing Committee, which makes recommenda- tions to the state institutions concerning the approval and the acceptance of credits from colleges and junior colleges in this state and in other states. SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: The nineteen modern build- ings and one hundred twenty-seven acres of ground comprising this college are in charge of the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. While his personal contact with students is necessarily limited, the importance of this Department is apparent, for it is this office to uihich students are indebted for the convenience, comfort, and beauty of Iowa State' Teachers College. ' BENJAMIN BOARDMAN CHARLES S. CORY ELDON E COLE Fina Page 15 neial Secretary Registrar and Examiner Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds D91Jill'llllQIllS of lllStl'll.Ctl0ll Patient as Job is the Faculty, which tloggedly puts us, pets us, or pats us through an education, and pits us at length against the world in order to prove with perennial crops of graduates the time-worn contention that the hu- man mind, after all, can learn. Art and Mallllal Arts Branagan Cole Conlon Palmer Patt The Department of Art and llflanual Arts, through the contacts which are made with students in the class- room, in personal conferences and in organizations, to- gether with the influences effected through the use of such agencies as the Library, illustrative material, ex- hibits and lectures, endeavors to contribute to their general culture, their professional efficiency and their social and economic welfare. Through contacts with this Department students should make definite advancement with respect to the following important factors of educational develop- ment, namely, technical skill, technological informa- tion, educational insight, organizing efliciency, teaching ability, art judgment, users appreciations, creative self- expression, and general culture. C. H. BAILEY . . .... Department Head Page 18 1 l l Education Arcy, Brown, Buffum, Charles, Finkenbinder, Phillips DR. E. C. DENNY ..... Department Head Page 19 Riebe, Slacks, Smith, Todd, Walters, Wilcox It is through the Department of Education that the student receives his first insight into the techniques of instruction and the educative process. This Depart- ment attempts to imbue the students with a scientific attitude and help them equip themselves with the fund- amental skills, knowledge, and basic principles neces- sary for successful teaching, administration, and super- vision. A specialized curricula is designed to prepare teachers from kindergarten to college work inclusive. Believing that an understanding of child nature is fundamental to successful teaching, this Department offers both general and special courses in the field of psychology. The development of professional con- sciousness is encouraged in order that teaching may rightfully be classified as a profession. i . '- . QQ ' ' ' .' lfii i gl ' iw '54 l 'P - ' ' NITE ' -V f ,Q a 'W lffgf in-it -' 1 '-A Qi: f 1 A " 1 xi at , ' fail " U -, 1. .i xc sk S .QlfiaLe2....3..m 1 , Ml W 5 'EG R:,A-1-ix! 'Q r if T N31 f , 6,1 g fr - M v v. Q , i n f' e- , ' Q7 21.5 -"fi , in ' if k 'qi X 'lg iii' 'A I " , i V . i 1 i l ,i W g . I . ,-53: ' l - is E l "1 Albright Bosley, Buxbaum, Fagan, Halxorson, Holmes , H: Lambert, Lambertson, Rolfe, Sorenson, Strayer, Terry The Department of English offers courses in the study of English literature, the English language, pub- lic speaking, and play production. Through contact with the best works that great literary geniuses have produced, the mind of the student is enrichedg his vo- cabulary, which is an index of his culture, is enlarged. In the literature studied the student finds not only artistic expression of the ideals of the greatest authors, ancient and modern, but he also learns something about the inner working of the minds of people in all sorts of social situations. Converscly, through writing for publication, appearing in plays, and speaking in public the personality of the student is developed and strengthened, and he acquires skill and confidence in using language effectively in various activities of life. Englisli S. A. LYNCH ....... Department Head Page 20 Home Economics of ' BERNICE ALLEN LUELLA OVERN DR. BEATRICE GEIGER . . Department Head Page 21 Due to the nature of much of the work in Home Economics classes, the students have an opportunity to become well acquainted with each other and with the members of the Faculty. llflost of the classes are con- ducted in an informal manner. Laboratory work in food preparation, meal service, house furnishing and decoration is carried on partly in the furnished apart- ment. The Ellen Richards Club is an organization of stu- dents whose major or minor is Home Economics. An honor organization, Theta Theta Epsilon, organized in the spring of 1934, serves as a means for recognition of excellence in scholarship, outstanding leadership, and professional interest. Lallgua e Haddox Harsh Merchant Schaefer Thomes There is a possible charm attached to the study of a foreign language-a class-room travel to other lands. Through the language of a country, one may gain an excellent knowledge of the country itself, thereby forming materially and spiritually closer relations with the peoples of the world and creating a greater toler- ance and a broader understanding of the several nations. A Four languages are offered in this Department: French, Spanish, German, Latin. Emphasis is put not only on the purely linguistic side in the study of these languages, but also on the cultural background. Na- turally, the Department prepares students to teach these subjects in high schools and elsewhere. L. LILLEHEI . . Department Head Page 22 Mathematics and Colnmereial Education I. S. CONDIT . . .... Department Head Page 23 Cummins, Gaflin, Lambert, Mach Myers, Skar, VVatson, VVester From finger counting to logarithmic tables, from the Greek abacus to machines performing complicated calculations with uncanny speed and accuracy, the science of Rflathematics has been developing because everything in the world is relative, and adjustments to life call for measurement, number, and an accompany- ing language. Thus, we have lllathematics a power- ful factor in the development of world civilization. From the days of the Hanseatic League and the world commerce of Italian cities, men have studied the laws underlying world trade. Today, commerce has reached a relatively high degree of perfection, and it is difficult to reduce to working rules and principles the elusive elements involved. In this effort the schools have a share in training future leaders in the commercial world. Music Barker, Freeman, Hays, Hill, Igou, Mayfield Richman, Ruegnitz, Russell, Samson, Searight, VVolfe Ample opportunity for self-expression is afforded to the stuclents through the Department of llflusic. The Department maintains six glee clubs: The Cecilians, Bel Cantos, Euterpeans, Aeolians, llflinnesingers, and Troubadours. The College Chorus presents an an- nual Christmas oratorio and spring Cantata. The Col- lege Symphony, ranging from eighty to ninety pieces, presents three programs during the year. In addition to these, the Orchestra Club, ranging from forty-five to fifty in number, the Nlarching Band of seventy-five, the Concert Band of eighty, and the Ladies' Band of sixty pieces, furnish music for various occasions. Students participating in any of these organizations receive valuable educational training and cultural de- velopment, along with the satisfaction of self-expres- sion. EDWARD KURTZ .... Department Head , , Page 24 atural cience R. E. J. CABLE fi A Department Head Page 25 Abbott, Aitchison, Gilbert Lantz, Rath, Scott, Uttley The Department of Natural Science attempts to develop in students proper habits and attitudes of learning and reasoning. The chief concern of each teacher in the Department is to teach students, at the same time that they are securing factual knowledge, to become independent in thinking, adept in the learn- ing processes, and appreciative of the need for constant mental adjustment to the ever new in the field of science. The work offered in the Department has tivo main objectives. First, a securing of suflicient knowledge to Ht men and women to teach their subjects compe- tently in the public school, and second, the develop- ment of meaningful outlooks and attitudes toward life and universal service to society. Ph, sieal Education for Men Baker Bender Dickinson M Physical Education is of fundamental importance to the health and therefore the ultimate success of the students. They may participate in the various sports and activities purely for the enjoyment of the game and the physical exercise, or a combination of this and a general preparation towards 'coaching athletics in high school. Physical education has come to mean more than a mere skill or performance. It demands a Wholesome point of .view toward life, correct attitudes and living. It not only builds muscular strength, but strength of character and morals. The major sports of each term, together with the intra-mural sports and activities, af- ford each student many opportunities for participation in physical contests, and promote a general spirit of loyalty to the college, essential to any educational institution. cCnskey VVhitford L. L. MENDENHALL .... Department Head Page 26 I lhyscical Education for omen MONICA VVILD . . Department Head .dz 1 I Page 27 Humiston, Michel, Moore Short, Van Ness, White The Department of Physical Education for Wonieir aims to create and stimulate interest in Wholesome physical forms of recreation for all the women in school and to provide a means by which such interest may End concrete expression. To that end, in addi- tion to the regular class work in Physical Education activities, sports clubs have been formed which are open to every girl in school. These provide opportun- ities for participation in such activities as hikes, picnics, and outdoor winter sports, and for competition in such activities as hockey, tennis, and basketball. Equipment for pingpong, shuffle board, badminton, deck tennis, and tether ball is available for use in leisure hours. Two bicycles, twelve pairs of roller skates, and ten pairs of skiis are recent additions to equipment which may be used by students. Physics and Chemistry Getchell Hersey Kadesch - Read The Department of Physics and Chemistry receives the patronage of two classes of students. One class consists of. those who do not intend to teach, but who are seeking preparation for certain technical courses, such as engineering, medicine, and its allied professions. The second class of students consists of those who intend to teach. They constitute the major portion of students working in the Department. Besides the general courses necessary for the preparation of high school teachers of physics and chemistry, the Depart- ment offers a few special courses for music students, physical education students, and elementary course students. 'DR. LOUIS BEGEMAN . . . Department Head Lf Page 28 ineial cience DR. M. R. THOMPSON . A Department I-Iead 'hh I H v Page 29 Beard, Erbe, Fahrney, Harbeson Hunter, Riggs, Robinson, Sage, Wellborn The Department of Social Science is a strong con- necting link between the student and the political, social, and economic problems that confront the World today. History as it is taught today is not merely dry facts from a more or less forgotten past, but a vital, living subject which analyzes the present order and en- ables us to plan or shape the future. This Department attempts to inoculate the student, as a future educator, with this attitude, in order that democracy, which re- quires a broad understanding of social relations and in- stitutions, may be perpetuated, and in order to remove that greatest obstacle to progress, the lack of under- standing. The social studies, when properly presented, enable the student to adjust himself to new situations, and to find his place in a society that is rapidly in- creasing in complexity. Teaching Anderson, Brugger, Bryan, Caldwell, Colhrook, Divelbess, Evans Hanson, Hearst, Jackson, jenkins, Kearney, Koehring, Nelson Paine, Peterson, Pollock, Rait, Ruppel, Schneider, Starr, Stone This Department provides schools in which students are inducted into the teaching situation and the prob- lems of pedagogy. After a period of directed observa- tion and discussion of illustrative lessons taught by various supervisors, the student teaches under the su- pervision of competent critic teachers. llriany facilities are provided for the students to gain experience both on the campus and in the affiliated schools of WatC1'- loo, Hudson, Masoii City, Shenandoah, and Cherokee. The Campus School offers opportunities for pre-school, as well as elementary and high school experience. Through observation of the work of the supervisors, actual classroom teaching, and contact with public school problems, college students prepare themselves to assume professional responsibilities. DR. EVA MAY LUSE .... Department Head Page 30 v .1' First row: Soenke, H. Lee, Kehr, Mrs. C. Black, Dawson, Junkermeier, Brolfel, Freeman Second row: Bradley, llentzel, Mueller, Aupperle, Wlinter, Mast, Kramer, Lewis, Weihe Page 207 Presidmit . . . KIARIAN IQEHR Vice-President . . . RUTH DAWSON Dirmrfor . . . MRS. CHARLES BLACK The XVestminster Student Council, which was founded in 192-l-, has for its purpose the establishment of zi friendly association for Presbyterian students. Their activities include church school classes, choir, Sunday night programs, and Phi Chi Delta. Westminster Student Council -- -' i ev 1 1 . . Fl'I:ltQl'llltlBS From days of pledgeship to days of parting, fraternity is the social rock to which the college man clings. Fraternities, in past years branded as a transition stage be- tween the Boy Scouts and the Rotary Club, are now acquiring a more mature social concept. The Reign of King Paddle is over, and fraternity becomes a legitimate function of education. Inter-Fraternit E Council Bamesberger, Beebee, Boatman, Coover, Heggen, Helgason, Jenkins, Johnson, O'Brien, Maurer, Snyder, Warner President . . . ALVIN JOHNSON Vice-President . BRUCE WARNER Secretary-Trearurer HERBERT JENKINS It is the desire of.this Council to inculcate the principles of true manhood, to promote the moral welfare of all members, to stimulate and encourage loyalty to this institution, and to foster a demo- cratic and friendly spirit between the members and their associates. Advisers are Dean L. I. Reed, Dr. C. H. Erbe, and Dr. L. L. Sage. Page 210 Page 211 .. Z., , .. ,.. .. , .. , ,. -Y , TQ-'Il-ill."t' - 'f "AF, g- l - ' . x' .0 ,I , M '7 sf lp .lsl I I , "J, V "'k ' ' 1 . ' V 3 V .H I . ' , - , , rt." ? ' ' Y , "Q V y - ' Y 1-lx , f 1251-f gl 5 r .lr wi gg " J " Y- ,. , ,- ,. - i .Aw-if 2 Q' -,- ., ow .j sa , i .. -7 .xg V V A 5 I ' , -f , w .n N. X ' Ai Y ' 9 Z ii' , ' 'Iii Q, I' ' I Q :ii c 2 if A , , ' A X VJ, . ' ' Tr' ' ' .. ii ' ., -,gg U' Q., A' ,, Few. , . I 'ilu V 'r W VV W , .1 1 1 - V V. V 6, V 1, J .- gi vw- all NA. l V. K ,lg tw gli will ' ' ' ' 'ii ' A , , - v , 4, , K' 1 w qw 9 1 ii -i i I Q i 1 J -A F- A H i Q., z, K v , I b W ' ' Q , A, 1. -. 1 s, ' x. -it A -A W' 1 I A I . :W V I 7 i ., W me L ' f ' .1 af: -Q 2-f -1 .A f l if Vis, A A g Akin, Allen, Anderson, R. Bailey, S. Bailey, Baker, Barry, Beebee, Berninghausen, Chalick, Ebel, Feldman, Freeman, Grilling, Hanna, Herman, Hinshaw, Hutton, Kain, Ken- singer, Kettler, La Dage, Lawton, Lyons, Manship, Mik- kelson, Mimbach, McClelland, Natvig, Nutting, Perry, Petersen, Pingel, Pratt, Rogers, Sherman, Smalling, Smith, Steinberg, Stribley, Strunce, Vaala, Wfeirs, VVarner, VVhiteloek President .... JAMES PRATT Vice-Presizleizi . NORh'I.4N NIIKKELSON Secretary . . . MILO LAWTON Treasurer . . OscAR LYONS The Alpha Chi Epsilon social fraternity was established in 1915. Its purpose is to promote fel- lowship and to foster pride and participation in all college activities: intellectual, social, and athletic. The advisers are Drs. E. J. Cable and R. L. Abbott, and Dave lVIcCuskey. Alpha Chi Epsilon g,".5.li",, .: 'A Z- Q .+ 7 In r. f . ,-. . lpha r,00f1l4!bf r r 4 Delta Alplla ' V H.. 4,6 "- fpg'-. X, ' rg 1, 'rug A. . , . 1-pg. l Anderson, Benlley, Boardman, Bragonier, Calhoun, Carr, Clark, Coover, Cowie, Curtis, Deters, Dix, Ellsworth, Greany, Griggs, Herbstrueth, Kadesch, Killerlain, Maurer, Miller, Nelson, Rollins, Sayers, Smith, Verplough, Vol- berding, Vorhies Prerident . . . JANIES F. CURTIS Vice-President . NIERTON COOVER Secretary . . EDNVARD VoLBERD1NG Treasurer . DARWIN MAURER Originally organized as a national scientific and radio fraternity by a group oflstudents interested in physical science, Alpha.Delta!Alpha was changed to a social fraternity in 1926. Drs. L. L. Sage, H. A. Riebe, R. W. Getchell, W. H. Kadesch, and Louis Begeman are'advise1's. Page 212 Page 213 Jw 'l'.'xX'f",'x H N . ' l -24,1 -w l I 1 ,L , ' ... V- V, . lil K , J 113,-5:6 ' ,gg , , I il , . -I , .r K v f i ' v l l F1 l M .I Ll I I I I K H, 1. ,,,, Boatman, Bowstead, Canakes, Carter, Clark, DeSpain, I-Iunerberg, Johnson, Meikle, Orbell, Rowley, Spears, Thompson, Timmons, Wolfe 111-esiflmr . . . ALv1N JOHNSON Vice-President , RLTAURICE BOATMAN Secretary. . . EARL TVIEIKLE jil'8I1SllfC'f . . GEORGE GRBELL The Chi Pi Theta Social Fraternity was estab- lished in 1927 to foster fellowship, sportsmanship, and scholarship. The activities consist of a dance each term and a Homecoming dinner. The advisers are Drs. J. VV. Charles and A. E. Brown and Professor F. VV. Hill. Chi Pi Theta JW' . ,, xg Y ' Y" 4, . - ' li rg., .- . 9 :f.Q3k"Q.f1 a 1 a L ' 'lk G' Lambda Gamma u Anderson, Baldwin, Barker, Barr, Behrens, Blake, Blan- chard, Bovee, Bronson,,Carroll, Champlain, Connell, Cut- ler, DeSpain, Donald, Finlayson, 'Fletcher, Galloway, Grant, Hart, Helgason, Hinson, Hovey, Hutchison, Ihm, Iverson, Krieg, Leighty, Mueters, Nichols, O'Brien, Rogers, Rokenbrodt, Schrader, Stainbrook, Seltenrich, Stewart, Telecky, A. Vinall, R. Vinall, White President . . ANsoN VINALL Vice-President . ROY VINALL Secretary . . . Ross CUTLER Treasurer . . GORDON BLANCHARD Social Secretary . . NIARC IHM Organized in 1923, the Lambda Gamma Nu social fraternity aims to attain high scholastic ideals, to develop loyalty to school and country, and to inspire friendliness. Advisers are Dean L. I. Reed, L. A. Richman, and N. O. Schneider. Page 214- Page 215 . P " gp, ,., l 1, , ,!, f , t lf' a , , A, , l g , l .5 Q." W Q.. '3 lf , . +' 1 lla . :LQ lelh 'H X I ' A4 X l l l , f- Xia, rf: in , A P V01 X -. , '.- . ' I 1 , . ' V , up - 1 . f- Y , l"' i 3 an f : l f 'v. '. . ' l W il ,, I :Y 7-...-.. , . . 1 F.?--..,, W , TJ , , his A .L N If . ' x l ii . ' gf , I F- ' . 13 V L r. ' 1- fl J . V, v '- ' .uf LI I 1. 3, I, N .' . . ' 'ff -..Liu "f . , l i ' i , , ,,- - . 1 l , I ., I . . 4 - .- . - - C - .V X'-If "' ,vw .- .L . ,gp if 'jf' in V l -J. :H f ' 'W' -f 1 1, i 4' X ' Su lf. ::4- :MD l J, ' , , , ' ri? "' l' L, ',1v"' '. I . . ii.?i'Flu.15l.. Q, ew P . lr. ix. i i Bush, Calhoun, Coleman, Camito, Eggers, Harp, Heggen, Irwin, Jones, LnVelle, McCabe, Olin, Ostrem, Reece, Schulz, Snyder, Tolan, Torrence, VValgren, VVeatherwax, Weirs, Workman President . . W1LL1AM SCHULZ Vice-Prrsizlmzr . 'WILLIAM HEGGEN Secrvtzzry .... TERRY OLIN Treasurer . GRIFFIN EGGERS The Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity was founded in 1897 to establish brotherhood, and to promote physical, intellectual, and social development. Dr. M. R. Heard and Professor H. E. Rath are the advisers for this group. Phi ii 'ma Epsilon Ex X-1-,..- '-:1 - lf. 2 -V, 'A .wus 1 Q if v - .af iii-3 V147 W -x ' "itz .ef ' i' "ffl-ffz elf' -"'- 'LQ' Xanho v Bamesberger, Banks, Barnes, Barrigar, Boots, Brenecke, Chambers, Collard, Donovan, Hahn, Hansen, Hulme, Jenkins, johnson, Kelly, Redmayne, Schill, Smith, Soe President . . KENNETH ICIMBERLIN Vice-President MELX'IN BAMESBERCIER Secretary . . . -. HERBERT JENKINS Treasurer . . . RAYMOND SMITH In 1898, the Xanho Fraternity was organized with the purpose of promoting fellowship and brotherhood among the men on the campus. The advisers of the Xanho Fraternity are Drs. G. C. Robinson and E. W. Goetch. Page 216 O 0 Ul'0l'ltlQS Slowly but surely do the old concepts of sorority' blend into a post-war past. Awaking to zi new recognition of the sisterhood of women, sororities now fulfill their socializing functions better than ever before. The Club for little girls is vanisliingg sorority will triumpli. Inter- iorority Council Brayton, Brown, Carritt, Howe, P. .Hughes, Kliebenstein, La Dage, Lamb, Rench, Sehnable, Stetzel President . . . DOROTHY CARRITT Secretary . . ALICE KLIEBENSTEIN Treasurer . . . IVA BRAYTON The Inter-Sorority Council was started in 1922 with five members: V. O. V., Alpha Beta Gamma, Delta Phi Delta, Kappa Theta Psi, and Phi Omega Pi. It aims to promote cooperation and friendliness among the sororities. It sponsors an Inter-Sorority dance. The advisers consist of a sponsor from each sorority. Page 218 Page 219 Adams, Aderson, Brauer, Breckenridge, Brown, Buck, Clark, Coontz, Corbin, Cutler, Dinsmore, Dunkelberg, Field, Gillam, Hanson, Hogan, Kurtz, Mengel, Nordskog, O'Mnlley, Parrott, Pines, Renk, Rhodes, Spaulding, Stod- dard, D. Streeter, P. Streeter, Tackaberry, Wyant President .... HELENE J. BROXVN lfice-President . . NIARGARET FIELD Slf'CI'l'flI7'y . . . LELAH ITIANSON Trmsurm' . . . FRANCES MENGEL C0l'fC'5f7071di7lg Sec'y MARY Jo GILLANI The Alpha Beta Gamma Sorority was organized in 1907. Its purpose is to be a source of great pleasure, happiness, and good influence for its mem- bers. It has a dance each term and holds "spreads," Advisers: Misses Isabel Thames, Alison E. Ait- chison, and Alta Freeman. Galnlna E 'C :I- QD T CD 1-1- QD -mu: , JH 'lr Y 'u 5 'A lu 'e Delta' Phi Delta il' -, u. H, ,ibn 1.. 3- ,,.. 41, 3' H. 7 fl, rl ' -'- www.. .. Bohen, Burton, Cameron, V. Eddy, Garvin, P. Hughes, R. Hughes, Kern, Kuney, Linnevold,,Mz1nning, Mueller, Mc- Donald, Quinn, Rath, V. Roth,,.'VV.-Roth, Smith, Snyder President .... PAULINE HUGHES Vice-President . -. . VELDA ROTH Secretary . . .' VVILMA ROTH Treasurer .... V . ARDYS SMITH Corresjronding Secretary CHARLOTTE BURTON The Delta Phi Delta Sorority was founded in 1908 with the purpose of developing high standards of character, leadership, scholarship, and service. Advisers: Misses Amy'Arey and lvlay Smith, Honorory Member: lVIrs. Leland Sage. Page 220 Page 221 J .:, lr' , i , X I Best, Christenson, Dilger, Dillon, Eby, Gentner, Harmon, Howe, James, Lane, Margadant, Mauser, Nygren, E. Nykvist, R. Nykvist, M. Olson, Perrin, Pinta, Rizzo, Scarpace, Schwab, Stong Prexidenz . . . GAYLE HOWE I"ice-President .... EDITH PERRIN Secretary ...... LOIS SCHWAB Treasurer .... FRANCES MAUSER Corresponzlifzg Serrelary LORRAINE SCARPACE In 1931, the Epsilon Phi Epsilon Sorority was organized to stimulate intellectual and social de- velopment based on the motto: "Love, Friendship, and Goodwill." Advisers: Nlisses Wi11if1'ed Gilbert and Rose Hanson, and Mesdaziies George Robinson and George Holmes. Epsilon Phi Epsilon Kappa Theta Psi Anderson, Azeltine, Bragonier, Byers, Covey, Crawford, Davenport, Ferriter, Marcella Gutz, Marian Gutz, Hems- worth, H. Kurtz, Lamb, Masterson, Peterson, Sloan, M. Stoddard, Swift, Todd, Vinall, Zimmerman President . . . DOROTHY LAMB Vice-President . . IVIARCELLA GUTZ Secretary ...... JEAN SLOAN Treasurer . . MARGARET AZELTINE The Kappa Theta Psi Sorority was established in 1906 to develop worthwhile character and per- sonality ancl to enable the members to perfect themselves in all womanly things. Adviser: Miss Marybelle NlcClellandg Honor- ary :lVl:CII1bC1'S! Misses Hazel Strayer, Corley Con- lon, and M1's. I. H. Hart. Page 222 Page 223 117773 ll: 515' ff- 41- ,X gm, +. , i V. 1,- 3 li .Fur H. i., L '15 ALI., :gh V.-,film ,. 1, fy hill Fx" l . f . . , ll ",... L .- l l . . , , 'LL3 ," .Up , E, gift A' .l 74,4-"G l . .V', ' l ' fr ,1 . ,Q Q1 .. ..,. V 5.21. ,E , y V I 1 . ' Q 4 ' , ' Lf 5 .' ,- I 315.341 .. .ni 1 . i. A . .b U A I 1 ,N . -' Anderson, Atkinson, Auld, H. Brown, Clarke, Cundy, Fry, Galloway, Gump, Hawk, Kincade, Madsen, Mast, Mitze, McKitrick, Orsinger, A. Ostergard, G. Ostergard, Reed, Ruggles, Severin, Smith, Staak, Sterzel, Suter, Whitsell, XViler, VVill.iams, Witmer Presizlenf ..... RUTH STETZEL Vice-Presizlent . . ARDELI. OSTERGARD S6l'f'f?flll'j7 ..... BETTY SEVERIN Tr'ea.rurer ..... JULANO OLSEN Corresfmonzling Smrrzrtary GENEVIEVE OSTERGARD The Phi Sigma Phi Sorority was founded in 1918. Its purpose is.to promote the social and scholastic development of its members. The activi- ties are a dance each term and parties. Advisers: Ildisses Rowena Edwards and Emma Lambertg Honorary hlemberz Nlrs. ,lane Pettit. Phi ligma Ph' aff- 'y .- QP ,- ,, c ,. W .1 ali: rm, Pi Phi Uniega I Austin, Ballheim, Dean, Dellinger, Dyke, Fleming, Foss, Horning, Jacobsen, johnson, King, Nay, Ransom, Rench, M. Robertson, M. Robinson, G. Roth, Sanders President . . . BERNADINE RENCH Vice-President .... NIARIE DEAN Secretary . . GWENDOLYN ROTH Treaxurer . . . . DORIS NAY The Pi Phi Omega Sorority, first organized as El national sorority- Phi Omega Pi-was re- organized in 1932 to form a closer fellowship and to improve social and scholastic standards. Advisers: Miss lllargaret Divelbess and Mes- danies C. L. Jackson and John Baker. Page 224 M at M ,V ,Lb Page 225 f x Boslough, Faust, Frank, I-Ieineke, Jasper, Kliebenstein, Lang, Mielitz, Peterson, Robinson, Thompson, VVatson, VVill.inms President . . . ALICE IQLIEBENSTEIN Vice-President . . HELEN jo JASPER Sponsor: Nlrs. H. S. Buffumg Chaplain: M1'S. J. VV. Charlesg Patroness: Nlrs. E. L. Ritter. :E H cz: : E :L 4 w ---n H, "1 23 33' 2.3000 ,ice ,--CPT' em m:,'gH'U gm .SC-... 3,1 5355 231 :nj-EC Sw.. '1 o.O2'Tf' - HQ.-:r' - 03.5-UQ . 35 3 3 ru Q Z9 RF? Fl' ' vii! W E'-eo'-is 'C' EEUU' Htl E-V3.:r9, Cm 2525243 Sw -+-.fn-43 m0 95,55 E 4,2253 F2 QD-:G 53 Sigh.: 62 ra., O H QW EQJUHO E Q '1 N fs ic? SH .-ai f1frf'f!'Q on ' 'Qu 'Om A4,.5f 1-949. "7 -9aq.o. Pi Theta Pi ?'TTTT'5" .JL .' " f 2-A1111 is U :E ix B1 J fl" -s Alleman, Ballantyne, Blake, Brayton, Byerly, Cade, Coon, Crummer, DeBurli, Erickson, E. Jay, LaRue, Mangold, Starr, Stewart, VVilliams, Wilson, Woebeking President . . . IVA BRAYTON Secretary . . KATHRYN BLAKE Treasurer . . . VIVIAN ERICKSON The Pi Theta Pi Sorority, founded in 1904, aims toward the social, material, spiritual, and in- tellectual growth of its members. Its activities are dances and parties. Adviser: lVIiss Alpha lVIayfieldg Sponsors: Misses Rose L. Ruegnitz and Selina Terryg and Mesdailies Paul Bender, Iris Branagan, My1'0Il Russell, Harold Palmer, and M. Nelson. Page 226 avlrifoiflv QW Page 227 171' rI'.,' . l l Ai xii A l r Baldein, Bragg, Brand, Broughton, Carlston, Carritt, Eddy, Heger, Heeschen, lobes, Kettler, Kout, Lee, Marshall, Miller, Nemeck, Peitersen, Place, Reaney, Riger, Roberts, Seger, Sexton, Skilling, Taw, Test, Tutt President .... DOROTHY CARRITT Virilf-Prexillllllf . . HELEN MARSHALL Secretary . . . SYLVIA TQETTLER Treasurer . . PAULINE BALDWIN The Tau Sigma Delta Sorority was organized in 1920 for the purpose of bringing its members into more intimate relationship with each other and broadening their thinking and living by enriching personality. Activities consist of a dance each term. Advisers: TlfICSfl2lIllCS C. L. Todd and I. L. Lillehei. Tau Sigma Delta JT Cf E W4 ELA .7 Yin 4 Theta Gamma u .4 5- 213. ' ,V . 1 i 7- 1- I. , l. 'fai' I Anderson, Atwood, Barnes, Bleckwyn, Bradley, Drollinger, Eckstein, Jones, Kincade, Lowe, Mentzer, Ott, Palmquist, Schnable, Shaw, Starr, Vaala, Walte1's, VVells President . . . MARJORIE SCHNABLE Ifice-President . . FRANCES BRADLEY Secretary . . . . HARRIET WELLS Treasurer . . IDA MfXE ANDERSON In 1926, the Theta Gamma Nu Sorority was founded to form a closer friendship and to afford social and intellectual development. Adviser: Rirs. N. O. Halvorsong Patronesses: lVIl'S. W. E. 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Coach Baker, Bell, Blue, Calhoun Chambers, Champlin, Camito, DeSpain October 6 October 13 October 20 October 27 November 3 November 10 November 17 November 24 Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Football Cornell . . . . 0 hflichigan State Normal 0 VVestern State Teachers 7 Coe .... 7 Simpson . . 6 Grinnell . . 19 lliorningside . 2 Luther .... 0 The 1934- Panther football team, under the guidance of Coach Johnny Baker, displayed a considerable amount of power and speed and finished the season with three victories, three defeats, and two ties. In the Iowa Conference, Teachers College ranked third in the final rating, although they met only the three schools, lworningside, Luther, and Simpson. Football Erwin, Freeman, Gnagy, Harp Helgason, Hoemann, Jones, Jordan The Purple and Gold inaugurated the 193-l season by defeating Cornell, 18 to O, before a thousand Boy Scouts who were the guests of the College for the annual Boy Scout Day. The Hghting Tutors were in command during most of the game as a result of the offensive power shown in the line and the brilliant running and passing of the backfield. The power and speed of the Panthers was shown to be even greater in the following game, when they trounced the lVIichigan State Normal eleven of Ypsilanti 33 to O. This is the most decisive victory which has been recorded be- tween these two schools since they began playing. Nichols and Helgason led the parade, which was halted by the final gun, but not until the Tutors had Crossed the Normalites' goal line five times, scoring in each quarter of the game. Football Klinzman, McCabe, Nelson, Nichols Olin, Petersen, Rokenbrodt, Schmitt The following week, Coach Baker left with his boys for Kalamazoo to meet the Westerii State Teachers eleven in their Homecoming game. In the third quarter, johnny llfliller took the ball and ran fifty yards for a touchdown, deciding a closely contested game in favor of the lllichiganites for the fourth consecutive year. The Kohawks defeated Teachers in the fourth game of the season before three hundred dads on the annual Dad's Day. Although the Tutors outplayecl the Coe eleven by a narrow margin, they were defeated 7 to O as a result of an eight-yard pass coupled .with a twenty-yard run for a touchdown. At the Simpson Homecoming, the llflethodists held the high-powered Tutors in check throughout the entire game, and both teams scored once but failed to convert. The final score of the game was 6 to 6. ever! 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J. 5 .f 1, rl '., .- xlif 1 4 e - Q fl F! .-I, .f. wav.: V Publications Iowa State Teachers College provides ample opportunities for the development of its embryo journalists. Quietly, but steadily work the staffs of the three student publications. You will find them about the school, seeking the best in student: literature, artistry in the compilation of the student year- book, and the proverbial man bit- ing the dog for the columns of the student newspaper. GAYLE HOVVE, Editor In years to come we hope you will pick up your 1935 OLD GOLD and remember the friends you made and the good times you had that endeared the school year to you. The newest in materials and layouts have igone into the making of the book. Following in the footsteps of two All- American annuals, this year's staff has striven to equal and wherever possible sur- pass all previous achievements. Uld Gold ANDREVV, VVERESH Managing Editor HELENE BROWN Business Manager JESSIE PARROTT Art Editor Page 128 4. Bovee, Brown, Flaks Franklin, Haahr, Kettler Mast, Mikkelsnn, Peterson Rench, Scarpace, Sperry, VVilson The four major staff officers, Editor-in-Chief, llflanaging Editor, Business Manager, and Art Edi- tor, are elected by the Board of Control of Stu- dent Publications. Leadership, initiative, ability, personality, and experience are necessary qualities for these positions. The departniental-editors and assistants are chosen by the Editor-in-Chief, with the approval of the Board. This 1935 OLD GOLD is the first to be put out in the new oflice in Gilchrist Hall. The dream of a modern, efficient office with ample Working' space and filing equipment has materialized, and has done its share in helping to make this book one of excellence. . i NEARING THE DEADLINE f-M' Y - ----+A--'-'- -- -- f Av- -- - ,i . +I' ,Vt -,. V Page 129 ' I, N .NZ Q l TED ADAMS, Editor The College Eye staff appreciates this opportunity to express its indebtedness to those anonymous workers, the reporters. They receive no salary checks, they have no private oflices or even a desk they can call their own, and yet without their Week- in-and-week-out digging for news there simply wouldn't be any College Eye. Teachers College affairs have naturally dominated the news in the Collegelffye, but'in addition this yealg summaries of world events and national educational news have been recorded. with a View to pictur- ing the growing significance between col- lege and world affairs. Colle 'e Eye LEROY FURRY Managing Editor ROY VINALL Business Manager Page 130 Page 131 Grunt, Byerly, I-Iovey, Corton Alleman, Bacon, Bliese, Blum Bovee, Curtis, I-Iach, Hanson Hawk, I-Ienriksen, Morsing, Mullens Scott, Silver, Sloan, VVatk,ins The College Eye is indeed the "eye" of the cani- pus. News stories, feature stories, "The Line," society notes, and news of athletics are brought before the student body each Friday in this news- paper. The personnel of the staff, which is elected an- nually by the Board of Control of Student Publi- cations, is composed of editors, reporters, managers, and copyreaders. A new, improved office was pro- vided for the "Eye"' this year. For the school year of 1932-33, this ,newspaper received the "All-American Honor Rating" in the contest of the National Scholastic 'Press Association. IVEDNESDAY NIGHT IN THE EYE OFFICE MISS SELINA M. TERRY Adviser ROGER BENNETT Editor ALBERTA STROEBEL Manager Purple Pen The Purple Pen in a student literary magazine sponsored by Lambda Beta chap- ter of Sigma Tau Delta to encourage literary expression and creative writing. Founded in the spring of 1929, it has been published each term since that time. The size of the magazine has been increased this year from thirty-two to thirty-six pages. The Purple Pen this year received first place in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association contest. For the school year 1933-34, this magazine received first class honor rating in the National Scholastic Press Association Contest. Roger Bennett is editor-in-chief of the Purple Peng Alberta Stroebel is the manag- ing editorg and llliss Selina Terry, the faculty advise1'. Page 132 Departnlental Clubs Departmental clubs embody the efforts of modern educators to cater to the academic interests of students. For every student who feels the need of vocational or avocational activity, there is an organization to supplement the regular curriculum. Here he finds opportunity for the play of intel- lect in an environment most likely to stimulate him to further achievement. A League PI First row: Smith, Sperry, Vigars, Plumly, Coolidge, VVilson Second row: Vail, Pieracci, Spence, Harper, Smith, Stebens, Gnibben President . . RUTH FLAKS Vice-President . . . IVIARGARET VIGARS Secretary . . DOROTHY MAY WILSON Treasurer . . . IQEITH BREGGER The Art League was founded in 1907 to afford a rich art experience and to promote opportunity for creative art expression for students interested in this field. The League sponsored an interesting Art Exhibit this year. Misses Agnes B. Cole and Corley Conlon are the advisers. Page 134 Page 135 First row: Manning, Polderboer, Szxcquety, Foss, Hoy Second row: VVangler, Funk, Porter, Thompson, Bliese, VVilkinson President . . DOROTHY' THOMPSON Vice-President . . ALICE NIANNING Sc'rrz'tary-Trmszzrw' ROBERT PORTER The Biology Club was started in 1923 for the purpose of keeping its members in touch with all biological problems of modern trend and creating a deeper interest in biology. The advisers of this group are: Dr. C. W. Lantz, Profes- sor H. Earl Rath, and lVIiss Wii1if1'ed Gilbert. Biology Club , A X Xin he T Chemistry Seminar .N JA NR . f rx is in eip Xa fs I First row: Coontz, Briden, Read, Meyer, Margadant Second row: Bailey, Kadescb, Kercheval, Smith, Olsen Third row: Hackbarth, Ray, Bragonier, Jacobs, Wilkinson, Oleson President . . ALBERT BAILEY Vice-Pre.vi1le1zt . . . LLOYDUOLSON Secreiary- Treasurer . . IQATHERINE OLSEN Nine years ago, the Chemistry Seminar was organized to acquaint its members with modern developments and methods in chemistry, and to encourage the exchange of ideas and to offer training in the organization and presentation of chemical subjects. Advisers: Dr. R. W. Getchell and Professor O. B. Read. Page 136 First row: Cunning, McDowell, Horn, Starr, Gafhn, Lowe, Davis, Licktenstein, Nemeeek Second row: Dierks, R. Vinall, A. Vinall, Condit, Mach, Skar, VVatkins, Peters, Nay Third row: Tigges, VVhitem0re, MCEllIlllI1Cj', Chapman, Thierman, Ealy, Brakel, M5'ers, Barnard, Erickson, Bacon Fourth row: Runkle, Hach, Gitt, Loveland, Hesse, McGee, Haven, Peters, Blum, Stannard, Pingcl President . . BEVERLY LA DAGE Vice-P1-fsidcnt . . NIARGARET BRAKEL Sl'L'!'l'fIlI'jl . . VIRGINIA MCGEE The Commercial Club was organized in 1924. The pur- pose of this Club is to acquaint the student with problems of the commercial world. Advisers: Professors Ira S. Condit, George R. Mach, Nlyrtle E. Gallia, Julia. hi. llilyers, R. O. Skar, and H. C. Cummins. Page 137 C0llllllQl'C,lill. Club C- ,I -., .. .uv ,Wim .... X Ellen Richards Club First row: Kramer, Caldwood, Margadant, Shettlek Second row: Coontz, Stebens, Rizzo, Brayton, Byrnes Third row: Andersen, Streeter, Stiles, Dawson, Lang President . . RUTH ANDERSON Vice-President . . LELAH HANSON Secretary . RqARGARET ERICKSEN Treasurer . . . LUCILLE LANG The Ellen Richards Club was founded in 1924. To be- come acquainted with each other and to learn what is being done in the Home Economics field are the aims of its mem- bers. Adviser: Dr. Beatrice Geigerg Honorary lVIembers: lldisses Bernice Allen and Luella Overn. Page 138 1' Page 139 First row: Strnnchan, Getty, Turner Second row: Rowe, Kline, Smith, Byrne President . . LEONA VVHEELER Vice-Presidefzt . . . LILLIAN FRITZ Secretary-T1'ca.s'm'er RUTH WEST The 4-H Club is a rural girls organization. Its purposes are to promote health for better living, to develop hearts for greater loyalty, hands for greater service, and heads for clearer thinking. llfliss ll-Iargaret Divelbess is the adviser for the 4-H Club. 4-H li Pllll81't0ll Club '5V7f'7il'Yf7V,'.7T"77'7"i'5 'V 1-,,",,Q 'I Z" T1-'x " "1 , H f-v i ' Vg. 1- an . uf, ,-"limi: 1.,.':' -v ile P ' 5, "'5- J -V , .1 'gg -'K "1 447 -w.. First row: Le Dage, Weihe, Barker, Bowen, Templeton Second row: Dunkleberg, Thalman, Mielitz, Logan, Faust Chairman . . NORA BOXVEN Secretary . . RACHEL ROSENBERGER Social Clzairmmz . . MARY TEMPLETON Charter flzfvextigation Clzfzirillmz DOROTHY LOGAN The purpose of the Fullerton Club is to form a body of representative women who shall by their influence and their musical interests uphold the highest ideals of musical edu- cation. It was founded in 1934. Page 140 6911116111 Club 3. l i l First row: Carritt, Smith, Kudesch, Miller, VVatson, Lang, McElroy, VVllliams, Trunnell Second row: Polderhoer, llackharth, Heuring, Kercheval, Prauer, Ehman, Landsiedel, Brand, Harris, Dirks Third row: Kettler, Bodeeker, Hoemann, Minnis, Brrigonier, Thornton, Hahn, Bliese, Boslough, I-lenderson, Ross, XV:ingler Prffsizlent . . PAUL l-IOEMANN Vice-President . . ALIRERI' BRAUER Secretary . HILD.A lVIILLER TI'6HX1lI'87' . . ELOISE HARMON To cultivate an interest in the language, literature, his- tory, music, habits, customs, and social life of the German nation is the aim of the German Club. Dr. Josef Schaefer is the adviser for "Deutscher X7C1'Cl1l.H Page 141 Hamilton Club if First row: Suter, Connell, Brauer ' Second row: Freet, Ferriter, Snyder, Wloolvertou Third row: Lambertson, Brandenburg, Curtis, Boysen President . . LOIS BRAUER Ifice-Prffsidwzz . EILEEN FERRITER Sccretzzry-Treasurer FRANCES SUTER The aims and purposes of the Hamilton Club are to encourage public speaking, to sponsor speech activities, and to encourage better speaking. The group sponsors an After- Dinner Speaking Contest, a High School Debate Tourna- ment, and an Extempore Speaking Contest. Advisers: Professor S. A. Lynch and Dr. F. W. Lam- bertson. Page 142 First row: A. Vinall, Harp, Stribley, Olin, Stout Second row: Schulz, Schmelling, Brouwer, VVeresh, Smalling,,Warner Third row: Schmidt, Hoemaun, McCabe, Mimbach, VValgren, Kirkpatrick, Peterson Page 1-I-3 In 1931 the HT. C." Club of 1927 was reorganized into the present "I" Club. College men who have earned -an "I" as a result of athletic achievements are eligible for mem- bership. The emblem was formally a "T, C." letter before its reorganization. The purpose of the club is to raise the standards of meu's athletics on the campus and to promote higher scholarship among the athletes. A' L. L. I-Iendenhall is adviser for the club. ll I ll Glu h :Li , ,W YJ -h rg- it . .. .fH1:.f!.,:.vl' " 51. ' ' Ij.,.f '- S vn,llQ,7l iq .4-'ffl '1 Wi:ri:Q,,- . , 71-.Ei g5,fQE:.' 5 M i q.. ' !'.Jr 1 ' 'V ' t 3"r9""- Iowa Club A al Mfr N First row: Branch, Flory, McKinney, Miller, Slacks, Sehmidt, Harms Second row: Bredbenner, Erb, Davenport, Miller, Eitman, Bowersox, Shav, Clark Third row: NVood, Hogan, Axmear, Boinza, Roskins, Stapleton, Elhess, Hansen, Pollock Fourth row: Mason, Croshy, Peters, Linely, Bartlett, L. Roskins, Barclay, Davis, Williams, Neary, Caslavka President . . RALPH SMITH If'icc-President . . . FRANCES BARTLETT Secretary-Trea.rurer . . ESTHER BARCLAY The purpose of the Iowa Club is to help all students interested in Iowa, especially those taking work in rural education, to become acquainted with the resources and advantages of Iowa. The advisers are John R. Slaclcs, and Drs. NI. J. Yvilcox and VVinField Scott. - Page 14-l First row: VVilcle, Koehring, Stoddard, Nygren, Mentzer, Sims Second row: Dyke, Austin, Hoepner, Sanders, Jay, Heeschen, L. jay, Collins Third row: Musser, Young, Davis, Covey, Hogan, Kurtz, Nichols, VVnte1'bury, Crawford Page H5 President . . . IQATHERINE Dvicis SFFI'!'fIll'j"'y1l'!'lIXllI'CI' . . VELMA SIMS The Kindergarten Club was organized to give the girls an opportunity to meet socially and discuss things of interest to them in a professional way. Their activities consist of a luncheon each month and a formal dinner in the spring. A-ll girls enrolled on a Kindergarten curriculuin are eligible for membership. Dr. Dorothy Koehring is the adviser for the group. Iiilldergarten Club Matllenlatics Club First row: Cunning, Kearney, Watsoii, Campbell, Lambert, Condit, Bernatz, Fry Second row: Hoelscher, Bryden, Littrell, R. Smith, I. Smith, VVatson, Blum, Meyers Third row: Brown, Miller, Slaughter, Peterson, Hansen, Corton, Ray, Hahn, Thierman, Bishop Presidenz . . LORENE CANIPBELL Secremry . FRIEDA BLUM The Matheiiiatics Club, founded in 1909, aims to further the interest of the mathematical work of Iowa State Teachers College and the State of Iowa. The group has regular meetings and sponsors a fall and spring picnic. The adviser is lVIr. E. E. Watsoii, and the honorary members are lVIiss Emma Lambert, Nlr. C. W. WCStC1', and lVIr. I. S. Condit. Page 146 First row: B02'l!'ClII1Zll1, A. Vinzill, Erhe, Pingcl, Barry, Barr Second row: Marshall, Howe, R. Vinall, Gutz, Ihm, Krieg, L. Vinall, Peterson, Wleresh Third row: Brugonier, Stewart, Bragg, Feldman, XVolfe, Hnahr, Lyons, Mikkelson, Peterson, Swift Page 147 President . . ANSON VrINALL Vive-Pnfridenz . EDYVARD VOLBERDING Smrremry . . lVIARCELLA GUTZ Treasurer . . XfV.AYNE BARR Another of the more recent clubs is that of the Rho Ep- silon Rho, pep fraternity, founded in 1934. It has for its purpose the creation of more pep on the campus. It is limited to thirty honorary members and the cheer leaders. Rho Epsilon Rho Pi Beta Alpha First row: Hollander, Specht, Carritt, L. Smith, Col Second row: E. Zimmerman, Sanders, Peterson, Ervine, President . . . . ALYCE HOEPNER lfice-President . ELEANORE ZIRIINIERNIAN Secretary . . . . ARh'IINA DAv1s Treasurer . . ISABEL ERVINE The Primary B. A. group, Pi Beta Alpha, was estab- lished to create a unified center of thought and action among the members, which would lead to their intellectual, profes- sional, and social development. Advisers are Nlisses lliay Smith and Amy Arey. lins Davis, Hoepner Page 148 ,Af Page 1-1-9 First row: Berningllausen, Benander, Baldwin, Van Deest, Stout Second row: Mast, Severin, Sloan, Lamh, Howe, Nelson, Ferrxter Third row: Gump, Boatman, Ott, Linder, Roth, Coover, Schnahle, Haahr Presidenf . RCIERTON Coovsn Vice-Presidezzi . . . CARL BENANDER Sezrremry-Trmxllrer . BERNADINE RENCH The aim of the Playcraft Club is to afford opportunities to students interested in acting and directing by participa- tion in Tutor Ticlclers, a Drama shop party, reviews of plays, opportunities to learn of acting, directing, and tech- nical experimentation. lVIiss Hazel B. Strayer is the adviser. Playcralt Club First Year Primary Club iff First row: Rieger, Jensen, Mueller, Jacobsen, Ruggles, Plumb, Alcorn, Kenner, Erickson, Hickok, Fulrath Second row: Greenfield, Horuing, Goff, Lewis, Hudson, Angus, Parker, Kessler, Tyler, Pink, Byrne, Holloway, Stephenson, McDonald, Sarver, Bjornson Third row: Towne, Stine, Black, Datisman, Sexton, Hillerson, VVilliams, Thompson, Schlensig, Lothian, Brandenburg, Briggs, Kout, Williams Fourth row: Spensely, Gruis, Olson, Kostlan, VVise, Hubert, Ruwe, Coner, Wright, Kirkpatrick, McDonald, VVick, Hoakison, Peterson Fifth row: Marsau, Ballantyn, Stewart, Gibson, Carstensen, Tooker, Sill, VVest, Peterson, Jenkins, Burr, VValters, Wiese, DeBuhr, Carmichael President . . JOSEPHINE Covsn Vice-President . . 'THEODOSIA RUGGLES ' Secretary-Treasurer . . EILEEN SEXTON To Create interest and unity among the Primary girls, to make a social center, and to hold educational meetings which will be helpful in their profession are the aims and purposes of the First Year Primary Club. The advisers are Miss Nlay Smith and lVIiss Amy Arey. Page 150 First row: Shover, Hager, Miller, Lauer, Vlells, Burrows, Harper, Anderson, Belding, VVelton, MCNHll1CC, Kettler, Lane Second row: Kellogg, Llewellyn, XVright, Kline, Roth, Hentzel, Brandoff, Blake, Bigalk, Buchanan, Smiley, Corbin Third row: Pinta, LaRue, Shumaker, Olerich, McDowell, Halvorson, Fiddler, Koestler, Floyd, Barber, Thompson, Plager Fourth row: Phillip, Krasche, Byerhoif, Mellem, DeVries, VV.ilson, Rhoads, Seabury, Busch, Christensen, Kassel, McFadden President . . . Lois BRAGONIER Vice-President . . WILMA IiRASCHE Sl?Cl'L'f!17'j7"fl1l'f?!l.S'll7'L'I' . RAEMOND KOESTLER Established in 1916, the Second Year Primary Club aims to acquaint the girls with each other and to give assistance in their teaching profession. Often, they have parties and luncheons. The adviser of this group is lvliss Amy Arey. Page 151 Second Year Primary Club .Holnance Language Club First row: Oleson, Humphrys, Thomes, Dean ' Second row: Aupperle, Telleen, Haddox, Palmquist President . . . MARJQRIE PALMQUIST Vice-Prcsifleizt . HELEN HUMPHRYS Secretary . . . DONALD AUPPERLE The Rflilfdi Gras sponsored by the Romance Language Club was the highlight of the Club's activities this year. The organization, new on the campus, aims to approach a better understanding of France, Spain, and Spanish-America. Nliss Isabel Thomes' and hir. H. C. Haddox are advisers. Page 152 Page 153 First row: Hoelsclier, Fields, Brauer, Masters Second row: Miller, Dean, Nelson, Rohn, Mamminga Third row: Hart, Finnessy, Curtis, Sage, Fletcher, Poole President. . . RANDALL HART Sf'C7'I'f!ll'j,l-TfFIl3'lll'FI' . DONALD MILLER To honor students showing outstanding achievement in the social sciences and to promote interest in vital social questions was the purpose of this society when it was or- ganized on September 21, 1933. Dr. NI. R. Thompson and Dr. L. L. Sage are the ad- visers for this group. ' Social Science Honors Society International Relations Club First row: Rose, Davies, Heineke, Thompson, Hunter, Robinson, Erbe Second row: Gaskell, Masters, Chihak, Grant, Johnson, Barker, Hart, Wellborn, Dean Third row: Miller, Finnessy, Beard, Fletcher, Sorensen, Sage, Holman, Curtis, Fahrney President . . . Lois BRAUER Vice-President . . . AUSTIN FINNESSEY Secretary-Treasurer . DONALD RGSILLER In the fall of 1934-, the International Relations Society was organized to study international relations andito pro- mote an interest in international problems. It is open to all students who have an interest and who are willing to take an active part in the discussions. Advisers are Dr. G. C. Robinson and Dr. L. L. Sage. Page 154 I C . Auxiliary Agencies Service and efficiency are the keynotes of the auxiliary agencies, which offer the student services not afforded by faculty and ad- ministrative officers. The student who has business with the auxiliary agencies is always greeted by an employee who courteously asks, "Can I help you?"-and when he says that, smiles! The Library exists primarily for the students. Its aims are to supplement the formal class instruction by making accessible to the students the best cultural and recreational readingg to help those who are not natur- ally readers to acquire a taste for the best in literature and a desire to continue their reading after their col- lege claysg and to "suggest further reading to those who have found pleasure in books." Shall the Library be the real center of the intellec- tual and cultural life of the College? This depends largely upon the attitude of the students toward the Library, upon their willingness to show consideration for the rights of others, and to desire the Library to be a place conducive to quiet study and recreational reading. Library INFORMATION DESK ANNE STUART DUNCAN . . . . Librarian Page 32 a ludent Health erviee CONS ULTATION Rooms DR. F. N. MEAD .... Director Page 33 The Student Health Service is maintained for the care of all emergency cases occurring among the col- lege group. This attention is given without cost at the health offices, and the student body is urged to take advantage of this opportunity. The College Hospital is prepared for all emergen- cies, and a student may receive Hve days treatment without any expense. Those who may be sick in their rooms more than one clay are expected to come to the hospital until recovered. All students are urged to see their family physician and be immunized for small- pox, diphtheria, and typhoid fever. All cases of sick- ness should be reported promptly, and thus aid in pre- venting spread of contagion. Committee meetings, club meetings, a lecture, a stu- dent fortun rneethmg, a book revieug a radio prograrn, the Sunday leisure hour, a Friday night college dance, dinner parties, luneheons, coffee after the game-these are some of the varied activities listed on the bulletin board in the Clonunons lobby lounge. dfhey teH the story of houf hi one or another organized forrn sonie eight thousand people per month make use of a build- ing planned and equipped so that the students of Iowa State Teachers College can enjoy living together. And the bulletin board doesn't tell of the unorganized activ- ities that just happen-the opportunity of a minute in the book-nook, to dt douui at one of the beaudful Steinway pianos, to meet a friend for a Chat or a game of cards, to dance informally following the dinner hour. Commons STUDENT LOUNGE IANETWORKS . . . . Director Page ,34 Dormitor MARY E.'l-IAIGHT' .' . . Director ll4AIN LOBBY Page 35 To miss living in the dormitory is to miss a part of the thrill of a college education. Personal service and attention Without dictatorial supervision promotes a spirit of friendliness and genial- ty throughout the dormitory and enables each girl to form close friendships which may eventually lead to a higher social and cultural development. The director, doctor, social director, personnel direc- tor, dietitian, senior advisers, and housekeeper all com- bine their efforts to provide every comfort of life amid pleasant surroundings which are conducive to obtain- ing an education. This service extends over a large territory in the field of education. Superintendents report annually the many services of which they have availed themselves through the Ex- tension Division, such as Primary workg scale for measuring text books, various bulletins, mimeographed material, and recommendations to be used in teaching Geography, History, Arithmetic, llffusic and other sub- jects , teachers meetings with written recommendations and correspondence and summer school work taken by the several teachers. Thus the Extension Division is actually in closer contact and renders greater service to students who are already working in the educational field than those in residence. Extension Division OUTER OFFICE I. H. HART . . . . . . Director Page 36 J I placement Bureau RECEPTION OFFICE DR. E. YV. GOETCH .... Director Page .- maj Prospective graduates of the Iowa State Teachers College who have been in residence for three or more terms and who are in actual attendance at the time des- ignated for their registration with the Placement Bu- reau are given considerable personal assistance in ob- taining teaching positions. Students call at the Bureau so that more may be known about their personal qual- ities and their professional fitness for teaching. While the Bureau is not in a position tosupply all students, who are seeking teaching positions, with bona fide va- cancies or guarantees the election of candidates, it gives them all the support that is justified by their col- lege record, by their professional experience, and by the recommendations filed with the Bureau. The Director of the Bureau of Research operates under the direction of the Dean 'of the Faculty. The duties and responsibilities of the Director of the Bu- reau are: First, to have charge of the placement test- ing program. Placement test scores are used for the purpose of classifying students in freshman English. Second, to direct and expand the sophomore testing program. This testing program makes it possible to compare the attainment of sophomores in a number of other representative colleges. Third, to conduct in- vestigations pertaining to the selection of students for teacher training. Fourth, to aid members of the teach- ing stall in formulating and carrying out significant re- searches relating to the improvement of their instruc- tion. Research Bureau OFFICE or THE DIRECTOR DR. J. B. PAUL ..... Director Page 38 Bureau of Puhlicit, PU BLLCITY OFFICES GEORGE H. HOLMES . . Director Page 39 Through this Bureau, regular news reports of sig- nificant projects of the College are placed before the people of Iowa. Facts concerning the activities and accomplishments of faculty and students are gathered and news stories mailed each day to the larger news- papers of the state. In addition, pictures and special stories concerning students who Hgure prominently in the events of the College are sent to home town news- papers. The Bureau also operates as a service headquarters for students working on the College Eye and the OLD GOLD. The Director of the Bureau is editor of the filluzlzrzus, quarterly magazine containing news of alumni activities and college events, and technical su- pervisor in the publication of illustrated departmental booklets. Bureau of Alumni ifairs and Public ebool HBlilll0llSlllIlS The Bureau of Alumni Affairs and Public School Relationships is one college office that the graduate keeps closely in touch with throughout life. Here are assembled and filed such items of personal information as post ofhce address, type of educational work or oth- er occupation, family items, achievements, promotions, additional educational work and the like. The Bureau is constantly at work on plans for the various annual alumni reunions and also promotes the organization of local alumni units throughout the state and elsewhere. The ofiice is intended to be a complete clearing house for all information pertinent to the interest and the welfare of the alumni. OFFICE or THE Dnzncfron A. C. FULLER ..... Director Page 40 Religious Activities DIRECTOR'S OFFICE DR. HAROLD A. BOSLEY . . Director Page 41 There is progress and change in the area of religion. It is true that many of the present student generations are not particularly interested in religion, at least for- mal religion, largely. because of the idea that there is something wicked and terrible about inspecting one's religious ideas as carefully and as freely as he does his scientific and social ideas. lt is the purpose of this Department to enable stu- dents to become acquainted with the new facts and in- terpretations in the field of religion. Not that these facts or interpretations are forced on them, but that whatever religious ideas they may have will be all the more meaningful to them after having been "refined by the refiner's Ere." The General College Olhce keeps students informed regarding progress on curriculums through the check- ing of class cards each term and the preparation of credit balance sheets. The scholastic records of students are kept in these offices. A statement of credits earned each term is given the student, official transcripts of record are giv- en on graduation and at other times as needed, reports are made on athletic eligibility and on the scholarship of students being considered for honor organizations. Graduates are listed each term for faculty approval, diplomas are prepared for signatures and presentation, and recommendations for state certihcates are made to the Board of Educational Examiners. Clerical Division COLLEGE OFFICE ANNA R. YVILD . . Executive Secretary Z' Page 42 itudent Adnlilrislration No better practice court for the great game of politics is to be found than a college student body. Here embryo statesmen learn the rudimcnts of organization, laying sincere plans for the betterment of their group. And just as in more fundamental political groups, they may succeed by clever manipula- tion -or their dream, blocked by more powerful interests, may fail. The best laid plans of men and mice . . . tudent Council DAVID GRANT, President EL Barker, Beehee, Brauer, Cowie, Roth, Trunncll This organization represents the entire student body. During the current year, the Council has devised a new method of arranging the social program, such as dances, the Christmas Party, supper dances, the lllotheids Day program, and play nights. Formerly, these functions were sponsored directly by the Council. However, with a View to giving a large number of students an opportunity to gain experience in promoting various social activities, the Council now permits various organizations to sponsor the several social func- tions, retaining a certain degree of supervision in regard to the budget. In this manner the Council has fulfilled its greatest objective-the promotion of unity, to serve as a medium by which social standards may be maintained at a high level through the personnel work of the students. . Page-44 we -.if 'rt V linlf'1T'i"ff ' ' ' 3111: ' ,...i LQ- l Bartlett Hall Council MARCELLA GUTZ, President T 1 l 4 I Bigalk, Claussen, Kehr, McCague, Peterman, Suter, Swift, Tigges In addition to the otlicers and committee chairmen, Bartlett Hall Council is composed of the ten corridor chairmen and the Bartlett Hall Senior advisers. This year, the organization has endeavored to obtain corridor unity or small group interest through the assistance of the Senior advisers who aid freshman girls in adjusting themselves to college life, and through the corridor chairmen, who have served as leaders of the' various activities that were planned by each corridor. The activities of Bartlett Hall, as a whole, have been sponsored by the various committee chairmen, and in general the Council has striven to make Bartlett Hall a wholesome place in which to live and study. Page 45 lVlen's Union JAMES CURTIS, President F it ,, Baldwin, Barker, Bragonier, Carr, Gradinger Krieg, Leighty, Petersen, Stout, Vinall The NIen's Union, although a comparatively recent organization, has gained recognition as an im- portant representative body on the campus through its promotion of various social activities. During the current year the lVIen's Union cooperated in promoting Dad's Day and the Homecoming program. In conjunction with the Wome11's League, the organization sponsored a Coffee Dance after one of the football games. The All-College Carnival and the Honor Day Assembly were also jointlysponsored by the lVIen's Union and the Wox11e11's League. H The. activities that are promoted by this organization further a spirit of college loyalty and tend to perpetuate the college traditions by bringing about even greater cooperation among the students than has heretofore been achieved. Page 4-6 0lllQll'S League MARY LOU MITZE, President r- ,r - . ll ' LL ,. Q 1 V , V . The VVomeu's League and lN1en's Union are parallel organizations, each representing respectively the women and men students on this campus, and cooperating in the promotion of many all-college social func- tions. Several dances the lN'Iother's Da 1 zrovfram and the honor assembl 1 of this vear were made uossible 1 3 z, a . I through the combined cllorts of the VVon1en's League and lWen's Union. In lannin f and carr fin out these various activities the VVomen's Lea ue is fosterin a s. irit of unit f 1 3 and promoting a social and intellectual growth of the members. This ob'ective is realized through the four ma'or committees: Freshmen Orientation Recreation, b 7 Social Standards, and Forum. 1 Page 47 Board of lutlent Pulilieations Y Boardman, Bragonier, Cowie, Holmes, Musterson, Pingel, Rath, Terry The achievements of the various student publications are due, at least in part, to the careful planning of the Board of Control and the valuable additions that have recently been made to the equipment provided for these publications. The establishment of a set of policy rules and a style sheet for the College Eye, the selection of a larger staff for the new oflices, the artists' and photographers' equipment that was purchased, and the creation of the office of Student Publications Secretary have helped to make possible the excellence of the publications which hold an enviable position among the colleges throughout the country. Page 48 Q Faculty on pnmcle . . X-Vliat a piece of pie .... A double ringer The winning smile . Don't push, therc's plenty . The beginning of an Alumnus Before they fell down the hill ...... . "Chained" E, l In 5... M y gM.Af....p.A....5 I 47.14 AA4. ef-V' .V '!'q- 17.41 1.12 .. .EQ 1+',2,.4i .4... 5 FE, A121 fT'i5'3QS?:I E25 2i"'5. fi .'f7f'f 51" ff' if "'."' 524 :gf 4 f W5 "E: l' W '5f"'f55:2f 53.3 T? Z5 4- ' '4 " , ' ' '4 A. '4 ' A.' 3? 1 4 ." ' ' " it ' 'Q "ig "4 " 4 ' U ' ' ' ' ' ' F :J-3 7'f',f511g1 5 "" g , Q? 411.9 31?-?f-..-.i'?'4ff:-f,' 51 ' "7?5gSL Agf':.f.i:3 j4f,.iAl . 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Ha- . --.vm 1 rv CLASS of l935 JOSEPH ANDERSEN Ft. Dodge li. A. Plljl-Vil'.911llll'lllQSlllHUl'S. Glue Club. MADELINE ANDERSON Boone B. A, H'lI1lllNlI-Alllllil, Life Saving Corps. NIARGARET AZELTINE Cedar Falls Ii. S. ClH7IN1I'l'I'i!ll Eifw-aliozi -Kappa Theta Psi, Pi Omega l'i, Colnnicrrial Cluh. HARRY BAKER Miiigo B. 41. .lIlIHll"1IIIlfiL'N-Alllllil Chi Epsilon. GLENN BEHRENS Cedar Falls Ii. .1. UislurJ1-Lambda Ginnina Xu. BYRON EARLE BELL Toledo H. ,l. lfllylfsh-Biology Vlnlr. JOHN l3LlESE Vvzlterloo B. S. 1ff0l0flll'IlI Si'iunr'r'- Buta Beta Brita, 'Kappa DL-lla Pi, l.iil'llllNl.2l. Dclta Lainhda, Band, lliologry Chili, Gorman Club, NIARGARET BLOSSONI Algona B. pl. .ilusif--Delta Phi Della. Kappa , Tn-Ita li, Phi Chi Doha, l'ilIl.0l'1lKlilIl Glec Cluh. CORA BODE Keslev Ii. S. 1-'ll!lNfl'l1l Erlmrnlirm for ll'onwn YW. A, A., Shield Clulr, Life Saving: CorpS. GENEVIEVE ROEHMLER Cedar Falls B. A . Llll'lI1-- French Cluh. IVA BRAYTON Miiiicliestei' Ii, N. llomc Economics - Pi Theta Pi, Intvr-Sorority Council. Delphian, Theia Tlwta Epsilon, Ellen Richards Club. DOROTHY BRECKENRIDGE VVuterloo II. Ll. Enylixli-Alplia Beta Gamma, Eug- lish Cluh, Art Lcagnu, NVmucn's Ltfaguu, Exec-iiiive Conuniitun. ARLENE BROVVN Afton H. S, Conmzz-1'1'iaI JfllilflllfdlllTf'0llll11l,'l'i'li'li Club, Ono Gol.n. RUTH ANDERSON Cedar Falls D. 111111112 Evvumldcs-Plii Sigma Phi, Theta Theta Epsilon, Ellcn Richards Club. Zl NITA APPLETON Edgewood B, .i. Ellfnwnlury Ifzlucillirni. DON BARKER Milton B. A. lIIiNf0!'1I-TA'llHlJLl.tl Galuxna Nu, Stu- dent Council, Blue Key. Kaipjm Della Pi, Social Science Honors Society, President: Debate, I-lauiillon Clnh, Rho Epsilon Rho, Mou's Union, lflxceulivc Boartl. ROGER BARRIGAR Cedar Falls B. LL. Ui.stm'y - Xauho. ROGER BENNETT Vllaterloo B. A. Ifnflliwll -Kappa Dt-lta Pi, Sigma Tau Dalia, Purlllr' PMI, lCdi1or: Literary X-V01'liSl1l7lJ, English Cluh, Gorman Club, Symphony. AGNES BISHOP Elliott H. A. JIufI:r'1uaiif's-Mathematics Club, Connuercial Club. JANE BLOVVERS VVaterloo H. S, Orr'lu'sf1'ul and Bum? flluxiv'-V. O. Y., Sigma Phi, Symphony, XVoniun's Band, Lift: Saving Corps. MAURICE BOATMAN Montezuma B. A. English -Chi Pi Thcla, Theta Alpha Phi, Gaanna Theta Upsilon, .later-Fraternity Council, VICTOR BOVEE Sioux City B, .1. Hixlury-Lainhtla Gamma Nu, Kap- pa Delta Pi, Collage Eye, OLD 1.i0I..D. LOIS BRAUER Cedar Falls B. il. GYH'I4l'IllIII'Hf-:xlllllil Bora Gamma, Studcut Council, Debate, Hamilton Club, Presiclcnt: International Relations Club, Presiilcni: Social Science Honors Society, YVomcn's League-, Executive Committee. ISOBEL BROXVER Shellield B. A. l'IiySi4'nl Eilvcalizni for ll"omr'n-- Dolirhiau, Physical Education Club, XV. A, A., l.il'u Saving Corps. if' 191, -LK-J: :Le Y if if 1 in lf 'E' ..1.q.-- JOSEPH ANDERSEN 1 MADELINE ANDERSON N . W , RUTH ANDERSON ZI NITA APPLETON . MARGARET AZELTINE " HARRY BAKER 'V ' DON BARKER ' ROGER BARRIGAR . GLENN BEHRENS ' BYRON EARLE BELL ROGER BENNETT ' A AGNES BISHOP JOHN BLIESE E MARGARET BLOSSOM 1 I JANE BLOWERS E ' W MAYRICE BOATMAN ' N . XE 1 . CORA EODE E GENE BOEHMLER E9 4 R . ' rwadj fgfwiffa,k,vgQI,1. 'ICTOR BOVEE E - LOIS BRAUER i R I IVA BRAYTON R noRo'1'1-lx' BRECKENRIDGE ' ISOBEL BROVVER - ARLENE BROVVN E SENIORS Page 55 CLASS of I935 HELEN BROVVN Cedar Falls B. A. Jlllllll'lllllflf'8iPi1l Sigma Phi, Kappa. Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon. HELENE BROVVN VVaterloo B.A. Comnzcrrial Erlzuzalion-Alpha Beta Gamma, Inter-Sorority Council, OLD GOLD, Business Manager. LORENE CAMPBELL Cedar Falls B. A. Jlallrcmrnics-Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lainhda Delta Lambda. PAUL CASLAVKA Clutier ILS. I'l111s1'c'r1l Ezliuvalian- for New-Beta Beta Beta, Minnesingers' Glee Club, Band, C. S.A., United Student Movement. MARJORIE COOK VVaterloo B. A. Pllyfsic-al Education. for Il7O?7ll'7'l -Del- pliian, Literary Ivorkslmp, NV. A. A., Physical Education Club, Life Saving Corps, Art League. LORRAINE COOLIDGE Edgewood ILA. ztrl-Sigma Tau Delta, Literary Xllorkshop, Art League. JAMES CURTIS Maquoketa B. el. Eooannrivs-Alplm Delta Alpha, Blue Key, Delta Sigma Rho, Social Science Honors Society, Debate, Oratory, Meifs Union, President. PHYLLIS CUTLER Cedar Falls B. A. IZIVOIOIIIUIII Science-Alplta Beta Gam- ma, IVonicn's League, Executive Committee. MABEL DAVIES Plymouth B. A. llislory-Pi Gamma Mu. ARMINA DAVIS Cedar Rapids R. A, 1'rimary EIIlll'IIfi.0lt - Zeta Literary, Pi Beta Alpha, Euterpean Glee Club, Kin- KlE!'g'ill'i01l Club. MARIE DEAN VVaterloo B. A. llislnry-Pi Phi Omega, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Social Science Honors Society, Intei'n:1tiona1 Relations Club. MIRIAM BUCKMASTER Cedar Falls B..'l. Englixh-Alplla Literary, English Club. RAYIVIOND BYERS Yorktown B.S. :iUl'iIJllUll1'B-IfIl17Dfl. Delta Pi, Phi Tau Theta, United Student Movement. VVILLIAM LEE CHAMBERS Anderson B. A. Physical Etl!Ift'llfiO71 for Men -Xanho, I Clnh, Football, XVrestling. HUGH CLARK Center Point li. S. P1ljj.Yl'L7ILl Ezlueatian for Jlea. - Chi Pi Theta. MERTON COOVER Janesville B. A. Spceclz.-Alplin. Delta Alpha, Blue Key, Rho Epsilon Rho. MILDRED CUNNING Cedar Falls B. A. Maflzzfllzatics- Matlienmtics Club, Com- mercial Club. ROSS CUTLER Cedar Falls B. A. 0fl67l7'iSf7'2lTTJEIIXIIJC-lil Gamma Nu, Rho Epsilon Rho, Chemistry Seminar. GEORGE DANA Manson B,S. Physical Ezlucation, for Men-Track. DOROTHY DAVIS Cedar Falls BCA. Evzglfsli-Delpliian, Student Youth Movement. RUTH DAVVSON Rolfe B. S. Home Economies-Tlieia Theta Epsi- lon, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Chi Delta, Ellen Richards Club, XVlfSl1l!1Il1St81' Student Council. EDVVARD DIRKS Grundy Center B. A.. Orr-hestral rzml Bzmifl M'us'io-Plii Mn Alpha, Band, Orchestra, Minnesingers' Glee Club. VERL DONALD Promise City If. S. Physical Ezlnmtion. for Men - Lambda Gamma Nu, I C.Iuh, United Student Move- ment. YNAYNE DOVVNEY Grundy Center B, S. Physivrzl Ezlacatirm for Jlzfa. flsl 'gif -.TIL 1- HELEN BROXVN I-IELENE BROVVN MIRIAM BUCKMASTER RAYMOND BYERS LORENE CAMPBELL PAUL CASLAVKA NVILLIAM LEE CHAMBERS HUGH CLARK MARJORI E COOK LORRAINE COOLIDGE MERTON COOVER MILDRED CUNNING JAMES CURTIS P1-IYLLIS CUTLER ROSS CUTLER GEORGE DANA MABEL DAVIES ARMINA DAVIS D OROTI-IY DAVIS RUTH DAVVSON MARIE DEAN EDVVARD DIRKS Page S7 VERL DONALD XVAYNE DOVVNEY SENIORS CLASS of l935 JFANITA DUNN Alta If. .-1. English - E n t e 1' p 0 a n Glce Club, United Student Movexnont. ISOBEL ERVINE Perry JI. gl. Primary 1f!lIlt'llfll171--Pl Beta Alpha, Iinppa Phi, German Club. LESTER FLETCHER Cedar Falls Ii, .l. Ifl'llllU'IlLft'S"-laillllljllil Gannna Nu, So- c-inl St-lem-me Honors Society, International Relations Club. BEFLAH FLICKINGER Dinsdale lI..l. l'rimm'y Education -Pi Beta Alpha. HELEN FUNK Wlaterloo 11.1, Binloyivnl Svifczliw- llola Beta Beta, I'nitutl Student. Movement. ROGER GALLOVVAY Cedar Falls B. el. J,GfIIL'IHfI'lf'Niliillllllllil Gilllllllll Nu, LFCILE GITT Rock Island, Illinois 1i..S, Comnmrriul 1511-11-nfiun - Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, Bartlett Hull House Coun- eil, DAVID GRANT Oelwein Ji..-l. Iivoiioniivs-Student Council, Presi- dent: Blue Kev, I,L'liZlVSlglllil Rho, Debate. Social Science Honors Souix-ly. LA VINA I'IAAl'lR Cedar Falls B. Cuniniuririnl Erlnzvulinn - V. O. V. Sig- ma l,'l1i, Theta Alpha Phi, Rho Epsilon Rho, Plziycraft. Conunerrial Club. XVomen's League, Executive Uonnnittru. OLD GOLD. FRANK HANNA Colfax ILS. l'luy.x'iz'uI Hrluz-n.lion for ,llfll-Alllllit Chi lilnsilou. DOROTHY HARRIS St. Charles B,.l,. lilr'nuf-ntm'y lf:Inu'fltinn- Phi Chi Del- la, th.-rnian Club, Westininstur Student Coun- 4-il. ROGER HERRMAN XVaverly II. A. lfvonumi S- Alpha Chi Epsilon, Social 5t'll'lIt'K' Club. ALICE FAUST Cedar Falls 13.41. Englisli.-Pi Tau Phi, Sigma Tau Delta, Cecilian Glee Club, Fullerton Club. DONALD FINLAYSON Vllaterloo ILA. E11gli.971,-Lrunbcla Gamma Nu, Blue Key, Sigma Tau Delta. LOIS FRY Cedar Falls 11.11. llIathcmat'ics- Phi Sigma Phi, Mathe- matics Club. LEROY FURRY NVz1terloo B. A. Eaiylvivlr.-Sigina Tau Delta, Literary XVorkshop, College Eye. ERNESTINE GASKELL Belle Plnine 13.41. Ilistory-Literary Workshop, Social Science Honors Society. RUTH GENTRY Corning B. A. Pliysirul 1911411-nlifm for l'l'om1-n,-Del- phian, IKEA. A, Physical Education Club, VIVA GRIBBEN Mason City B. el. Art- Art League. MARCELLA GUTZ Pomeroy B. A. English -Kappa Theta Psi, Rho Epsi- lon Rho, Bartlett Hall House Council, .Presi- dentg XVO!l1Bll,S League, Executive Committee. TED HANSEN Cedar Falls IZ. .-1. .llutl1c111z1.f1'1's - Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Della Lambda, Mathe- matics Club. RICHARD HARDEN Vllaverly B. .-1. Orr.'husl1'11I and Bam! Jlnxiv- Phi Mu Alpha. RANDALL HART Belle Plaine ILA, 1IlHSfUl'1l-lalllllllllll thurnna Nu, Blue Key, Pi Gzmnna Mn, Social' Science Honors Society, International Relations Club. CHARLES HILL Clarion li. A, Hixtory-Plii Tan Theta, Minncsing- ers' Glee Club, Senior Class Treasurer, United Student Moveinont, College Choir. JUANITA DUNN lsonu. ERVINE ALICE FADST DONALD FINLAYSON LESTER FLETCHER' BEULAH FLICKINGER LOIS FRY LEROY FURRY HELEN FUNK ROGER GALLOXVAY ERNESTINE GASKELL RUTH GENTRY LUCILE GITT DAVID GRANT VIVA GRIBBEN MARCELLA GUTZ LA VINA HAAHR FRANK HANNA TED I-IANSEN RICHARD HAR DEN DOROTHY HARRIS RANDALL HART ROGER HERRMAN CHARLES I-IILL Page 59 CLASS of I935 ALYCE HOEPNER YVzxterlo-0 13.41. Primary lfrluviilfun-Zolziletlieam, Pi Beta Alpha, iii!!!-i01'2Ill'l-Cl! Club. Eurcrpeuu Glee Club, hvPSil'lHllSi0l' Drumn League. LILLIAN HOLMES Crnwforclsville B..1, Spvwli -Tluzlu Alpha Phi, l7lnyei'utt. CATHARENE H OELSCH ER Hubbard BAL. Jllzllivnzuticx-Mntllezuzitics Club, In- ternational ltolntions Club, Gorxnun Club, L. S. A. HELEN HUMPHRYS iVfz1rshalltown B. .-1. English -V. O. Y. Sigma Phi, Sigma: Tau Delta, Tiite1':i1'y NVorkshop, English Club, French Club. HERBERT JENKINS VVaukon B. S. Phyxii-111 liclrwzitiou fur Jian - Xanho, Inter-F1'uloi'niiy Council, Truck. ALVIN JOHNSON Graettinger B. fl. Iiimtrngu-Clii 'Pi Theta, Kuppu Delta. Pi, Gninnui '1'lu't':i Upsilou, Signiu Tun Delta, Illfcl'-Fl'1liCl'Iliii' Council, LiCl'lll1l11 Club. MARIAN KEHR Manilla B. .l, Elllflll-YI! -Phi Chi Doltzi, wiVOSflHillSilCl' Student Council, President: Bartlett Hull House Council, XVoinen's League, Executive Connnittce. KENNETH KIMBERLIN MH1'Si18iiIOXS'll B.S. Physifnl If1Il1!fElL'i0l'l- for Illvn-Xnnho, President: Inter-F1'uto1'nity Council, I Club, Football, Buslietlmnll, .IZ-zisebull. JEAN KRAMER Et. Dodge B.S. Home Econcnnivw-Sliakospezweam, Phi Chi Delta, Ellen Riclmrds Club. HARRY KRIEG Volga City B.S. Pliysivnl Educrltfinn for Men-L:nnb- dn GEIIHIIIZI Nu, Blue Key, Rho Epsilon Rho, I Club, Meifs Union, Executive Board. AUDREY LEE Hudson B.A. Illusic-Cuciliun Glue Club, Sym- phony. X T: FLORENCE HORN Des Moines 13. sl. CUl7ZU'LMl'lJif!l Erin:-ation - Comnnercinl Club. GAYLE HOVVE Bedford B.A. I?7ligiiSlIi-- Epsilon Phi Epsilon, Intel'- Sorority Council, Rho Epsilon Rho, Play- craft, OLD GOLD, Editor. BOB HUNERBERG Parkersburg 13.4. Economies-Clli Pi Theta. MARC IHM Guttenberg BRS, Plzgmiafrll Edm'aI'ion for lien-Luxxllr dn Gmznmzi Nu, Blue Key, Rho Epsilon Rho, XVrestling. PAUL A. JOHNSON Monteziiina 13.41. Jlfrlrlzenirzlics. SOPHIA KALINICH YVaterioo B. A. French-Delpliiun, French Club. MERLIN J. KIRKPATRICK Kinross 12.4. Physics-I Club, United Student Movement, hV1'l2'Si1iiIlg. HELEN KURTZ Cedar Falls B.A.. Pliysical Ecluvzztinn for ll"nmen- Kappa. Theta Psi. Beta Beta Beta, W01l1CH'S League, Exucutive Committee, Shield Club, XV. AL JL MARY LA DAGE Vvuverly B. fl. 01'cl1,e.s'lv'fmZ mul- Blind Music -V. O. V. Sigma, Phi, Kappa Delta Pi. MARGARET LEASK VVate1'l00 B..i. Mathematics. HARLEN LENTH Elkzlder B,.i. JIatlie'ma,ti1's--United Student Move- ment, Matliexnutics Club. RUTH LEUPOLD B. 1. Eil!N7.07'liilll'Jl ldzluvnlion-Kappa Delta Pi, Gzunmn Thom Upsilon. Superior LA VON LINDER Kensett B. A. Speczvli-Pluyc1'uft, Theta Alpha Phi. 1 - .-,, if Iltgjqilxz ' t 71 A 3 'rl 5 ii FN ' l 1 Q. - , , i "J f- if I .4 'ii' in-' Ii f , f ,fee l ' V i s. . - O, It E f ii A l, I A HJ ,i H11 ii ' ,, -wx i nu.: fini. 1 ALYCE HOEPNER LILLIAN HOLMES FLORENCE HORN GAYLE HOVVE CATHARENE HOELSCHER HELEN HYMPHRYS BOB HUNERBERG MARC IHM HERBERT JENKINS ALVIN JOHNSON PAUL A. JOHNSON SOPHIA KALINICH MARIAN KEHR KENNETH KIMBERLIN J. MERLIN KIRKPATRICK HELEN KURTZ JEAN KRAMER HARRY KRIEG MARY LA DAGE MARGARET LEASK AUDREY E. LEE HARLAN LENTH RUTH LEUPOLD LA VON LINDER Page 61 SENIORS C L A S S o I l 9 3 5 ELIZABETH LINNEVOLD Decorah ILA. E'ngli.s'l1.--Della Phi Deltn, English Clulv, Bartlett Hull House Council. HARVEY LITTRELL Vvaterloo lf. A.. Mullzcnmliz-s - Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Luinhda, Matthe- lnnties Club, Stowaway Club. FRANCIS LONG Montezuma li, S, l,lIfll-Vidlll EIZIICKICLOTI- ,for Men - Phi Tau Tlllllll, United Student Movement, Minnesing- ers' Clee Club, Bnuml. OSCAR LYONS Everett, Ohio B. A. Enylislz. - Alpha Chi Epsilon, Blue Iiey, Sigma Tun Delta, Rho Epsilon Rho, Gllllllllll Them Upsilon, C. S.A. ALICE MANNING Newton B..'l. Bfnlvyll-Delta Phi Delta, Cecilinn Glue Club, Biology Club, Life Sawing Corps, OPAL MASTERS Dunbar 111910111 'uoeml Science Ilonuis So llelx Il1lCilVlllOllll Relutions Club Fleneh Club VIARX lx NI IIRH N MIELI FZ C6Ll'1l' 1"'1lls 1? S lIu,szL Pi Tm Phi Ceuhfin Glen Club lullelton Club DONALD MILLER IIlllQbOlO B I Ilzslmnl Ix1pp'1'Delli P1 PIBQICEHI Pi l'r'Ll1l!Hl Mu ilu Tin Tlieti IIOQIKIG Soc-ul Suenr-e Honms Societx I!If,L1l1lt10Tl"ll lRClllll0l'lS Club IX esleg lounclxtion Student Council MARX LOU MIFIZE Ced'u Falls Pnylzsh Phi Slgnm Phi Ivlppw Deltu Pi Plnemlt Club Woxxieii 5 Iewgue Pxesirlcnt DALL MOORE Spnnffx il e B S' Connmzunl T'll11rnL1un. G umnn Thelfn Upsilon, Cmmueicml Club KENNLTH MULTERS Spencer, S D B 1 HlSf01ll I unblli Gimulx Bu 'lim nemn ew Glce Cluh DONALD NU LTING Grinnell B S' Manual his Xlplri Ch1L'ps1lon I LOUELLA LOATS Belmoncl D..-1. JINSI1'-'CGClllZlI1 Glee Club, Romance Language Club. GLENDON E. LOMEN Cedar Falls B..1. Hislory-Pi Gannuin. Mu, Social Sci- ence Honors Society, United Student Move- ment, L. S. A. RUBY MAIUISON Ringsted B. A, Elmzzentzuyj Erlucution-Bel Canto Glue Club. ARTHUR MAMMINGA Grundy Center BJL. Hisfory-Troubzulour Glee Club, In- millonnl Relations Club, Stowaway Club. IRENE MEINDL Carroll B. Ll. Pliyfxir-al f:Illl!'lI-HOT! for ll'UlJ14?'l1 -Del- phinn, NV. A. A. Oreliesis. EARLE MIERLE Oelu ein b S I"ll1jXLClll.I'!11If'flbl071 for llen Glu P1 lam I Club Ti ul HILDA E MILLER Rock V'illex I l lln1hmnaf1f.s leii Ixnppw Deltw P1 lvippi Mu Epsilon Guumi Them Upiilou Mntlninities Club Geunflu Club L S A ROGER MILLER L18 ette B 11 Ilufmrf Xlplm Deltl Alpha RI F1 H MLIIQLLI R VVaterloo B S Ouhr'.sHzLl and Bam? Jluslr' S5111 I IRGINIA MUELLER Cedar l'1lls B l Ilutmy Phi Chi Delt-1 IVestu1u1ste1 btnrlent Council REX A MCNABB Br1tt B A Home 1710110171149 Thctx Tlxeh EDSI lou Ivlppfm Pln Illen Richucle Club YVef: lu I'oundnhnn Student Council PET ER OLl IIOIT Pil1lxSl3ll1g B S frmmzenlul I'1luLat1o11 I 13.41. '. g -Q' ' ' , - 1- -. 9 - f ' 4 ' ' .' .. ' V . .' . ' 1 ,. . , ., . . , ,. . .,,, . . . . ., -, ,,.,, 3 ,A .4 , r, , . ' ' -1 ll----X' 'l1e., , 'a-c. I. . 7 74 W" I r , L 4, 4 . 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A ELIZABETH LINNEVOLD I A L 4- HARVEY LITTRELL 'U I R' LOUELLA LOATS . f GLENDON LOMEN JI K , I ,, FRANCIS LONG gg fx OSCAR LYONS - RUBY MADISON I ARTHUR MAMMINGA I , I ALICE MANNING OPAL MASTERS - IRENE MEINDL I EARLE MIEKLE MARY KATHRYN MIELITZ 4 I DONALD MILLER 5 . 1A11LDA MILLER ROGER MILLER i A i , I MARY LOU MITZE 2 DALE MOORE . M , RUTH MUELLER - VIRGINIA MUELLER A A KENNETH MUETERS ' REVA MCNABB I V H . DONALD NUTTING PETER OLTHOFF Page 63 SENIORS C L A S S o if I 9 3 5 ARDELL OSTERGARD Cedar Falls B. el, Crm1,mnrr'inl Erlut-ation - Phi Sigma Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi, XVo- meu's League, Executive Committee. JESSAMAE PEDERSEN Alta B.el. Jltztlzeznrttirs-Kappa Mu Epsilon. Mathematies Club, Connnereial Club, United Student Movonuint. Bartlett Hall House Council, XVomen's League, Executive Com- mittee. HENRYPETERSEN Cedar Falls R. A , .llflllll5llHIHt'H-i Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, hambtla Delta Lambda, Mathe- maties Club, United Student Movement. LESTER PETERSEN Alta B. el. Cltemislrgl-Alpha Chi Epsilon, Blue Key, Lambda Delta Lambda, Rho Epsilon Rho, I Club, Senior Class President, Men's Union, Executive Board. MARJORIE PRIOR Cedar Falls B. A. .phffj-'filftll lflllllfflffilll. for 'Il'omr'n -Del- phian, Physical Education Club, Shield Club, lV.A.A., Life Saving Corps. MAR-IORIE PALMQUIST Smithland ILS. Orelaeslrnl mul Bunrl Jlus-it'--Tlteta Gamma Nu, Kappa Delta Pi, Symphony, tVonten's Band, President: Euterpean Glee Club, I"ullert'on Club, Romance T.anguax.:e Club, President: Life Saving Corps, XVQ- meu's League Executive Committee. AMY RANSFORD Eagle Grove Ii. A. I'laysfr'uI Erluralirnl for llwfl?'IlL'2l-1jt'El- phian, Orchesis, NY. A. A., Physical Educa- tion Club, liife Savings Corps, XVomen's League, Executive Committee. FLOYD ROKENBRODT VVallingfortl 13.52 Pltysirrzl lshluoution for Jlen-Lantlr da Gamma Nu, Football. JACOB SADOFF Clarion B. A. Clmmi.s!ry- Kappa Delta Pi, Lambda Delta Lambda, Phi Tau Theta, Minnesing- ers' Glue Club, Band. LLOYD SEAVER Nora Springs B.S. Qllanunl Arts. FLORA SILVER VVaterloo 13.11. .S'pz'er'h-Tlietzt Alpha Phi, Playeraft Club, Colleyc E111-. PAUL SMITH VVaterloo B, A. Spf-well - Hamilttut Club. EDITH SI-IANKS PERRIN Ulaterloo B.S. Home El'07I0lI11'l'S-E1'JSll0ll Phi Epsi- lon, Ellen Richards Club. HARTSELL PERRY Osceola B. el. Jlrmnrrl Aria- Troubadoul' Glee Club, United Student Movement. MELVIN POOL Ocheyeclan B. A. IIi.-:Iory- Social Science Honors Soci- ety, Troudadour Glee Club, Tnternational Relations Club, College Choir. JAMES PRATT Colfax B.S. Plry.-rival Erlur-rzI:'on for ,llcn -Alpha Chi Epsilon, Beta Beta. Beta. EVA PARRISH Webster City B. et. Elvmvnlnry Erlueaiion - Gamma Theta lfpsilon, L. S. A. DOROTHY QUIRE Lynnville B. A. Phglsir-al El1llt'llfff0lI for ll'omen -Del- phian, YV.A.A., Physical Education Club, President.: Rho Epsilon Rho, Life Saving Corps. RACHEL ROSENBERGER Cedar Falls B. S. 0I'l'llfI?-Vfl'Ill mul Band Jlusie- 'Literary W0l'kSll01J, Symphony, Euterpean Glee Club, President: Fullerton Club, Orchestra Club. GVVENDOLYN ROTH Cedar Falls 13.1. English-Pi Phi Omega, Bel Canto Glee Club, Playcraft Club, English Club, Art League, United Student Movement, College Choir. CHARLES SELTENRICH Cedar Falls 15.11. Or1'lu'sL1'al and Band Jfzlsif'-Lanilr da Ganuna Nu, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Sym- phony. BETTY SEVERIN Cedar Falls B.A. Speer-It-Plii Sigma Phi, Playeraft Club, Hamilton Club, XVomen's League, Executive Connnittee. RAYMOND SMALLING Janesville B,S, Pllystral IJZIYICIZLIUII for Men.-Alpha Chi Epsilon, I Club, Basketball, Football, Baseball, United Student Movement. JOHN H. SMITH Lucas B. A. .lIa.l'I1enm.lie.s - Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Lambda Delta Lambda, Chem- istry Seminar, Romance Language Club, Mathematics Club, United Student Move- ment, C'ollt'!lU EMU. ARDELL OSTERGARD JESSAMAE PEDERSEN MRS. EDITH SHANKS PERRIN HARTSELL PERRY HENRY PETERSEN LESTER PETERSEN MELVIN POOL JAMES PRATT MARJORIE PRIOR MARJORIE PALMQUIST EVA PARRISH DOROTHY QUIRE AMY RANSFORD FLOYD ROKENBRODT RACHEL ROSENBERGER GXVENDOLYN ROTI-I JACOB SADOFF NAI LLOYD SEAVER CHARLES SELTENRICII BETTY SEVERIN FLORA SILVER RAYMOND SMALLING JOHN H. SMITH PAUL SMITH Page 65 SENIORS CLASS of l935 JOHN M. SPEER Cedar Falls 13.-9. Jlnnurll Arts. MARJORIE SPENCE Atlantic B. S. Cl0lIIlIH'l'l'ItIl 1641114-r1I:'rni - Dclphian. Commercial Club. Rho Epsilon Rho, Phy- sical Education Club, XV. ILA., Life Saving Corps, XVOIl1Cll'S League, Executive Coni- mittee. LAURENCE C. RAYMOND STEVVART Des Moines B,S. Plnyxirul Eflruvnfinn for Jian-Blue Key, Bela Beta Beta, Rho Epsilon Rho, Band, United Student Movuulont. O. H. STOEBER Armstrong B. .-l. Hislory. VERNON STRIBLEY Correctionville 13.-S'. Physiml Ezlzzvution for llIl'll--:xlllllll Chi Epsilon, Bela Beta llcta, I Club, Foot- ball, Basketball, Track. LUVERNE STRIFERT Rochester, Minnesota B. A. Clll7llllI'l'lf'llll IEIIILITLNIJII--XI. O, V. Sig- ma Phi, Comuwruial Club. ANITA THALMAN Cedar Falls B. A. 1J,l'lll0Hfl1I'jl Eflm-uiinn.-Ceciliau Glue Club, Fullerton Club. MILDRED THIERMAN WVaterloo B. .J . U01'Il1llf'1'Cl1lfl Ezluvation - Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi. LETHA VINALL Davenport B.J. Illusic-Kappa Theta Psi, Rho Epsi- lon Rho, Geciliau Glue Club. ROY V INALI. Newton ILS. fJlIl7l'IIIl?1'l"l.lIl 1fll1lt'fl1l'0ll-i 'Lamlnln Gam- ma Nu, Rho Epsilon Rho, Clonnnercial Club, Cnllvyzf Eyv, Business Manager. VALORA VVHITMORE Stauwood 13.1. Oozlzzrwrvial Ezliwration - Commercial Club, Lntlniran Student Association. GRACE VVILER Cedar Falls B. ll. 0rvli1'.sl:'l1I and 1311-1111 Music-Phi Sig- ma Phi. Symphony, Cecilian Glee C.lub, Band. XVomon's Bantl, Orclmstra Club. BERTHA STEBENS Mason City li. A. Ilnnze Et'Illll.IlllIt',Q--Tlltilil Theta Epsi- lon, Art League, Ellen Richards Club. RUTH STETZEL WVaterloo H. sl. IfllflHNIli - Phi Sigma Phi, l'ntei'-Sm'or- itv Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Theta Alpha Phi, Playcraft Club. VIRGINIA STONG VVaterloo H. sl. Spzfrvln -Epsilon Phi Epsilon, Rho Epsilon Rho, Playcraft Club. VIRGINIA STREETER Cedar Falls B. S. Home Ee'onmnir'x-Ellen Richards Club, Life Savings Corps. ALBERTA STROEBEL Vlfaterloo B. ..l. Enfllfslz -Y. O. V. Sigma Phi, Kappa Della Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, English Club, 1'lll'jIlI! Pen, Business Manager. GNVEN TACKABERRY W'aterloo B. S. Illllaffl'-fxxlllllil Beta Gamma, Bel Can- to Glee Club. GEORGE TOOKEY Sioux City 13. A. Hi.-:lo1'11--'l'liuta .Alpha Phi, Playcraft Club, C. S. A. ANSON VINALL Newton B.-S. C0'llll7lEl'G'flLZ Ecluvutian -Lambda Gam- ma Nu, Presidentg Rho Epsilon Rho, Oom- niorcial Club, 'Pl'K!SlClCl'll.1 I Club, Track, Mon's Union, Executive Board. BRUCE VVARNER Iowa Falls B.A. History-Alplia Chi Epsilon, Inter- Fraternity Council, I Club, xlV1'CStllllg. ANDREW VVERESH Colfax ILA. B'inIag1'1r11L Scinuvn-Blue Key, Bela Bc-ta Bela. Rho Epsilon Rho, I Club, Track, C. S. A., Cullvye Eye, Ono GOLD, Managing Editor. PAULINE VVILCOX Monmouth B. A. Plmysirnl Eflur-nlimz. for lVmruen-Del- phian, NV.A.A., Physical Education, Ham- ilton Club. HELEN WVITNIER Tipton H. sl. Jluxirf- Phi Sigma Phi, Cecilian Glee Club, College Choir. JOHN M. SPEER MARJORIE SPENCE BERTI-IA STEBENS RUTH S'I'E'I"ZEL LAURENCE C. RAYMOND STEXVART O. H. STOEBER VIRGINIA STONG VIRGINIA STREETER VERNON STRIBLEY LUVERNE STRIFERT ALBERTA STROEBEL GIVEN TACKABERRY ANITA TIIALMAN MILDRED TI-IIERMAN GEORGE TOOKEY ANSON VINALL LETHA VINALL ROY VINALL BRUCE VVARNER ANDREXV VVERESH VALORA W1-IITMORE GRACE VVILER PAULINE VVILCOX HELEN VVITMER Page 67 SENIORS TWU-Year Graduates lklany are those whose teaching abilities must be grounded in a brief two years of higher educa- tion. To them these two fleeting years are of the utmost import. They will be two years never to be forgotten-years which may some day spell the difference he- tween living and mere existence to this generation of teachers and to Z1 generation of pupils who will depend on them. CLASS of I935 IVIARIAN ACKLEY Marble Rock 1fll'2lI1'JIfIll'jlTXXIKYIIICIITS Baud, United Stu- ilunl. 1lIOV0llllElll. CLARICE ANDERSON Gowrie L'll'llll'HfllI'jl. LOIS BARBER I'Iartwick P1'i1urr1'gl- Ilillil'I'lN'Fll1 Glrc Club, l,l'IIHll1'j' Club. RIITH BASS Dayton Elmm-nlary. MINNIE MARGARET BERG Preston Elvnwnlurgl - L. S. A., XV. A. A. BARBARA BEST Shell Rock P1'l'uu1rj1-Epsilon Phi lipsilon. ELSIE BLECKXVENN Fenton Ell'lI1l'llllIl'jl- Theta Gamma Nu. BERNICE BODDICKER Newliall Prinmry - Primary Club. CARL BROVVN Cedar Falls IfIl'H1l'Hfl1l'!l--blllll'Il?Slll,f1'C'!'S. Glee Club, Col- legv Choir. ARLENE BUCHANAN Northwood Primary - Aeoliau Glue Club, Priniary Club. MARGARET CARLSTON Galeshurg, Illinois Ell'll1l'llll1I',ll1 Tau Sigma Delta. ALPHA CHRISTENSEN Floyd Ell?HlI'lIf!II'!liAKHCIIRUI Glee Club, 'Wesley Foundation Student Council, Symphony. NIARJORIE CI-IRISTENSEN Dows I'I'ilHUl'!l1 Auoliuu Glue Club, Primary Club. IDA MAE ANDERSON Imogene Pr'i'mm'y-Tlufta Gamma Nu, Kappa Phi, Euterucau Glue Club, Primary Club. PAITLINE BALDVVIN Des Moines I'1'flllHl'jl'Ti1ll Sigma Delta, Primary Club. NADINE BELDING Bagley P7'f'J7lfIll'!l - V. O. V. Sigma. Phi, Acoliau Glen Club, Primary Club. EMILY BERG Faribault, Minnesota EI1'm1'nl'f11'y. VVILMA MAE BIGALK Cresco 17l'ill1Ill'lli'TllCliI Epsilon, Euterpeau Gllee Club, Primary Club. KATI-IRYN BLAKE Belmond Primary- Pi Tlivta Pi, Bel Canto G-lee Club, Priiunry Club. FRANCES BRANDRIFF Moclale Prinmry-Eiitcwpeziii Glee Club, Primary Club. HELEN BRINKMAN Rolfe Elf'rur'nIrn'!!-Purple Arrow, Phi Chi Delta. BEULAH B. BUIS Traer Pr'mn1'y-Acoliau Glue Club, IVOIIIGINS Band, Primary Club. MARIAN C. BYERI-IOFF Ft. Dodge Prinzary - V. O. Y. Sigma Phi, Primary Club. ALBERTA CLAUSSEN Schleswig E,t'llI0'll.lIlI'1l - Purple Arrow, W'omen's Band, IV, A. AH Bartlett Hall House Council. MARIAN ACKLEY CLARICE ANDERSON IDA MAE ANDERSON PAULINE BALDVVIN LOIS BARBER RUTH BASS NADINE BELDING EMILY BERG A MINNIE MARGARET BERG ma BARBARA BEST VVILMA MAE BIGALK KATHRYN BLAKE ffm ELSIE BLECKWENN BERNICE BODDICKER FRANCES BRANDRIFF HELEN BRINKMAN CARL BROXVN ARLENE BUCHANAN BEULAI-I B. BU1ss MARIAN c. BYERHOFF , MARGARET CARLSTON ALPHA CHRISTENSEN MARJORIE CI-IRISTENSEN ALBERTA CLAUSSEN SENIORS Page 71 CLASS of I935 BERYL COBEEN Manly ElemunLa1'y - Purple Arrow, Syxupllony, LENORE COLE Greene Elzementary. ESTHER DE VRIES Kesley A Prima1'y-Priiliury Club. EMMA GENE DILLON Cedar Falls Primary-Epsilon Phi, Epsilon, Kappa Phi, Bel Canto Glee Club. LUCILE EICHELBERG Cedar Falls Elementary. MILLICENT EPPELSHEIMER L Plover Primary - Priinnry Cluh. EILEEN FERRETER A Marion Elementary-Kappa '1'he1.a Psi, Purple Ai'- row, Debate, O1':.ltm'y, Huruilton Club, Play- crnft Club. ANGELA FIDLER Pierson Primary- Delpliinn, ,Pl'lll1il'l'S' Club, C. S. A. HELEN FRANK La Porte City Elemenmry - Pi Tau lflii. GERALDINE GIBBS Lu Motte Prima-ry - W1 A. A. MARJORIE GIBSON Cedar Falls Elem,cntm'y -V. O. V. Sigma Phi. OLGA GRANGAARD YVaukon ZADA CORBIN WVaterloo .Pl'1l'l'Il!l7'1l-1391 Canto Glec Club, Primary Club. ETHEL LOUISE CURTIS Muquoketa P'r'imru'y-Purple Arrow, College Eye, Pri- mary Club. IERENE DUNN Clemons Elemcnlrmry -W. A. A., C.. S, A. KATHRYN DYKE Alton Ki'luIm'gm'te'n-Pi Phi Omega, Bel Canto Glee Club, Kindergarten Club. MARGARET EVENS Sllellsburg Elurflmzlrzry -Euterpcim Glee Club. ALAVA FARRINGTON Swea City Gonlsolirlatecl. MARY JOYE FINNIGAN Mechanicsville EIen'LenI111'yf. T. VALENE FLOYD Casey Prinrury -Aeoliau Glee Club, P1'llllil1'y Club. HELEN GIBBS L11 Motte Elementary - YV. A. A. RUTH GIBBS Clarion ELB?llGIltlL1'1l -- Literary Nvorksliop. SARAH HAIRSINE Kasson, Minnesota .Eleme'nta,ry. EDITH HALVERSON Alta Primary - L. S. A. Primriry Club. Primary. BERYL COBEEN LENORE COLE ZADA CORBIN ETHEL LOUISE CURTIS ESTH ER DE VRI ES EMMA GENE DILLON JERENE DUNN KATI-IRYN DYKE LUCILE EIC!-I ELBERG MILLICENT EPPELSHEIMER MARGARET EVENS ALAVA FARRINGTON EILEEN FERRETER ANGELA FIDLER MARY JOYE FINNIGAN T. VALENE FLOYD HELEN FRANK GERALDINE GIBBS HELEN GIBBS RUTH GIBBS MARJORIE GIBSON OLGA GRANGAARD Page 73 SARAH HAIRSINE EDITH I-IALVERSON SENIORS CLASS of I935 RUTH HARPER Randolph, Kansas Primary--Avoliuu Gloc Club, Art Langue, XVOslcy Fouudaitioii Student Council, Pri- 11Hll'j' Club. DOROTHY HAUSER Urbana IflQIlll'llHlI'1j. DEHLIA HENTZEL Keokuk Primary--Pl1i Chi Delta, XVCSlll'lll'lSt0l' Fouullutiun Student Council. HAZEL HOEPFNER Newball ElL'l7I!"H,lllI'1l. DAVID HUGGETT Cedar Falls EI6i77ll!lllHI'1l - Chcniistry Seiuiuur. CLARYCE HYMANS Hull IEICIIIGII-lf1l'1l -W. A. A., 4-H Club. MARGARET KATTER Garner 1fl6lIH'7lllH'!l. SYLVIA KETTLER Sioux City Primary-'1'nn Sigma Delta, Bel Canto Glue Club. RAEMOND KOESTLER Burt Primary - Purple Arrow. WILMA KRASCHE St. Perry Primary - ,lduterpean Glee Club, P1'imn1'y Club. DOROTHY LANE Roscoe PI'f7l7ll1'JliP:j7Sll0ll Phi Epsilon, Zola, Pri' mary Club. MARGARET LAUER Creston Primary - Pvixuary Club. DORIS HEEFNER Center Point EIz'mL'nlr1ry. IVIARIE HENRIKSEN Audubon 1gllfIIllH'ltfU'1l - German Club, IV, A. A., L. S. A., President. ELAINE HOFFMAN Conrad Elementary. MATYNE HOGAN Vllaterloo Kiuflffrgartcn-Alpha Beta Gauuma. LENA IRWIN Ceclar Falls Elzfmentary. LAVERNE KAISER Nlonona Elementary-Bel Canto Glen Club. REVA KINCADE Seymour Ele1m:wta1'y - Theta Gzuuxnn Nu. ARLINE KLINE Waterloo Primary - P1'llllill'j' Club. LILLIAN KUBIK Hudson Elementary -- Aeolian Glce Club. KATHERINE KUNEY VVest Union PI"fIl'l!ll'U1D0ll1L Phi Delta, Primary Club. EVELYN LEE Inwood Elemmziary-Cecilian Glce Club. LUCILE LIGGET Nashua Elemzeutary. , El RUTH HARPER " DOROTHY HAUSIER ' :. 4 DORIS HEEFNER MARIE I-IENRIKSEN Q A E DEIHLIA HIENTZEL W HAZEL HOEPFNER , ELAINE HOFFMAN MATYNE HOGAN A DAVID I-I U GGETT , CLARYCE I-IYMANS LENA IRXVIN i A LAVIERNE KAISIZR 1 ' , MARGARET KATTER A SYLV IA KETTLER , REVA KINCADE - - ARLINE KLINE I K V w , RAEMOND IQOESTLERW A A I WILMA KRASCI-1E A ' LILLIAN RUEIK I K KATHERINE KUNEY -A w r 1 l Q DOROTHY LANE A MARGARET LAUER A . EVELYN LEE A A LUCILE LIGGET g SENIORS CLASS of I935 MARY LLEVYELLYN I,I'flIHll'!l-'Phi Chi Delta, Club, Pl'il1llll'X Club. RITA MALLORY Cedar Falls Aeolian Glee State Center Prinzarfl - Priuuxry Club. SUNEVA MAYER Emery, South Dakota I"l'fIlll1l'!! - United Student Movement, Pri- inury Club. VIRGINIA VMELLEN Northwood Prinmry - L. S. A. Prix Club. IDA MILLER Anita Couxnlirlulecl. MAXINE A. MILLER Ruthveu Elimzanlary - C. S. A. EMIVIA MORSING Y Clinton El:-menlury - 'Purple Arrow, Literary YVnrk' shop, College Eye, Aenliun Give Club, XV.A. A., Art 1'.0a,-gun, United Student Mvuveineut. GXVEN DOLYN MCCAGIT E Niurslialltown 1!l+rnmm'rn'y-Bartlett Hull House Council. MAR-IORIE MCDOVVELL Hampton Elcumnlnry- Aeoliun Glce Club. MARGARET MCFADDEN Letts Primary - C. S. A. Primary Club. RUTH MCMILLIN Elelueutury - XV. A. A. VIOLETTE NASB Y Dunkerton Cedar Falls P:'imur1l-Tlietzl Epsilon, 1'rin1u1'y Club. ' 'ar-W m..,gr:f...-ri IVIARJORIE MANGOLD Ryan Elementary - Pi TIICTII Pi, XVOIHEHIS League, Executive Committee. FRANCES IVIAUSER Vvaterloo PI'flllfl7'1l- Epsilon Phi Epsilon. MILDRED MIDDLESXVORTH bit. Ayr .PI'i'Il'IHl7Jj-A1't League, Primary Club. DOROTHY MILLER Marcus Primary. HOVVARD MINIUM Colt-:sburg Iiiemeutary - Minnesiugers' Glee Club. LA VETA MOON Cedar Falls Elciuentary - Kappa Phi. PAULINE MCCORMICK Jefferson Elementary- Zeta, Bel Canto Glee Club, C. S. A. LAVONNE MCDOWELL Hampton Primary - Primary Club. LUCILLE MCGREGOR Nashua EIe11mnta7'y--Kappa Phi, XVomen's Band, Band, Euterpenu Glue Club, Bartlett Hull House Council. FLORENCE MACLEAN Elementary-R110 Epsilon Rho, Gecllinn Glee Club. Rock Rapids KATHRYN NERVIG Slater EIe111entcm'y-Aeoliau Give Club, L. S. A. PEGGY NEVVMAN WVaterloo lflementary -- Purple Arrow, Literary XVork- shop, Collage Eye. J-. U51 "11Iiv-'f xz..1uqlnnu-snowing? - '.f ' MARY LLEXVELLYN RITA MALLOY MARJORIE MANGOLD FRANCES MAIISER SUNEVA MAYER VIRGINIA MELLEM MILDRED MI DDLESVVORFI II DOROTHY MILLER IDA MILLER MAXINE A. MILLER IIOVVARD MINIUM LA VITA MOON 0 EMMA MORSING M GVVENDOLYN M CAGU12 7 PAULINE MCCORMICK LA VONNE MCDOXVELL MARJORIE MCDOVVELL MARGARET MCFADDEN LUCILLE MCGREGOR FLORENCE MACLEAN RUTH MCMILLIN VIOLETTE NASBY KATHRYN NERVIG PEGGY NEVVMAN Page 77 KATHERINE OLSEN Kimlmlllou 1fll"ll7I'IlHl1'jIlilxlllllfl, Purple Arrow. DOROTHY ORMS Sioux Falls, S. D. Pr'i1:zzu'y-Kappa Phi, P1'lI'llZ'll.'y Club. HELEN E. PHILLIPS Le Mars Primary - Kappa Phi, ROSALIE PIERACCI Ankeny Elementary - Art Lea CHARLES RAHN La Porte City E,!'llH5Ilf!lV!l, RALL READING Churdau EIcmr'nm1'y. VIOLA RIKE rflfflllliil EIRlllI"IllflIl'jj - XVQ11 tru Club. XVILMA ROTH wn's Bzmcl , Baud, Orvlles- Cedar Falls .Pl'l"lIll1l'!l-TlifllllvPlll. Delta, Student Coun- cil, Bel Canto Glee Club, IVomeu's Baud, PI'llI1ll1'Y Club, XVOIHOIIYS League, Executive Guxuxuitiee. FRANCES SADOFF Clarion ElL'1l1.l'llf!II'jj - Purple Arrow, WOIIICIIYS Baud. JANE SCANLON De VVitt Eie1um1ln1'y - Purple Arrow, C. S. A. LIYCILE SEABURY Pisgah l'z'inun'y - P1'ill111l'j' Club. IVIARJORIE SHAYV Guthrie Center h'Ivmr'11!nry - Phi Chi Delta, Bartlett Hall I-luusv Council. ESTHER NYKVIST CAROLYN OELRICH KATHERINE OLSEN DOROTHY ORMS EDNA PADOVAN AGNES PEITERSEN HELEN E. PHILLIPS ROSALIE PIERACCI DORAINE ARDELLE PINTA BEULAH PLAGER CHARLES RAHN RALL READING INA REED ELIZABETH RHOADS VIOLA RIKE VVILMA ROTH Lols ROYER EILEEN RUTHERFORD FRANCES SADOFF JANE SCANLON SYRITA SCI-ILEUTER IRENE SCHMIDTHUBER LUCILE SEABURY MAR-IORIE SHAVV Page 79 ILL .S 1' I I pl' 1 ,. I, IV IF I "1 JJ I' L ., Qin? I I 5. i. if Q, Z I v,- yx I I If ai A I, A1 I SENIORS CLASS of 1935 IRENE SHOVER ' Hopkinton Pl'l'lYIlll'U-ElllC1'1JQQ'll'l Glce Club, Primary Club. JOHN SIEFERT De Vvitt ElemZntn1'y -- C. S. A. ELIZABETH SHOENIAKER Czlrl.iSle I'l'l:'IIIll7'U - .l?rim:u'y Club. LORA A. STARK Grinnell Elzfmmltary-United Student Movement. ELLEN SVVANSON Red Oak Elementary 4- Literary lVorkslmp, L. S. A. LORETTA SYVIFT Graettinger Elemv-ntu1'y-Kappa Theta Psi, Rho Epsi- lon Rho. Ceciliun Glee 'Cl11b,,Bru'tlett Hall House Council. ARLENE TRIBLE Rockwell City EIemc11.la.'ry - Kappa Phi. MILDRED VAN VVECHEL Orange City lflcmvnfary - Cociliun Gloc Club. I-IARRIET WELLS Austin, Minnesota Prinmry-Tlietu Gzxmnm Nu, XV. A. A., Pri- umry Club. ' EVELYN WELTON Osknloosa Primary - Primary Club. A . HELEN VVOLCOTT Malcom I'r'imary'-- Literary NVorkslmp, Primary Club. ROBERTA VVORLEY I Vilnterloo Primary--Delta Phi, Delta, Primary Club. Y Ll 1-. YP a we 1---M was . fi EILEEN SIMONS Ireton ,Elementary-Acolinu Glee Club, Women's Band, Symphony, Orchestra Club. MARY SNIILEY Dallas Center P:-hm:-ry-Aeolinu Glee Club, Bartlett Hull House Council. PAULINE STREETER Cedar Falls Ele'1ne11,tu'1'y- Alpha. Beta Gilllllllil.. IRENE STUDEBAIQER Belmoml Elqmenlury. FAYE TEST Paullina Elementary-Tim Sigma Delta. MARCIA TRAER Vinton Elamentally - Literary Worksho1J. PHYLLIS A. VVAKEMAN Otllo Elenzenffwy. MARY VVEAR Persia Elementary-Eutcrpenn Glee Club, Art League, C. S. A. GVVENDOLYN WESCOTT Hampton Ele'menlm'y - Purple Arrow, Literary lVork- shop. DOROTHY JEANNE VVILSON Spencer Primary. 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DONALD AUPIJEIILIZ Orgrznist .... FREDERICK FELDMAN In its present form the VVestminster Choir was organized in the fall of 1933. Its principal objective is to furnish music for the services of the Presbyterian Church in Cedar Falls. In addition to this, the choir has given concerts in nearby churches, thus serving in the nature of a deputation from the Foundation. Page 206 Mast, Weihe, Nlrs. C. Black, Rose, Llewellyn, Dawson, Lewis VVest, Parker, Peterson, Brinkman, Mast, Crosby, Kellogg Erb, Miller, Mueller, Junkermeier, I-Ientzel President . . . M URTIS WEIHE Vice-President . . . NIARIAN KEHR Recording Secretary .... HELEN LEE Corresjnonding Secretary . HELEN BRINKMAN Treasurer ..... NIARGARET ROSE The Epsilon Chapter of Phi Chi Delta, national organi- zation for girls of Presbyterian preference, provides fellow- ship, as well as an opportunity for church leadership for girls on this campus. y 1 1 Theta Epsilon First row: Nasby, Bigalk, Mrs. A. Runft, Bentlly, Showver, Golf Second row: McCann, DeBuhr, Sanders, Plager, Hillerson, Barclay President . . . VELDA BENTLEY Vice-Presidenz . . V IOLET Nnsnv Sezrretary-Treaszlrer . . VVILNIA BIGALK The Eta Chapter of Theta Epsilon, sorority for Baptist girls, was organized in 1932 and became a chapter of Na- tional Theta Epsilon in 1934. Its purpose is to promote Christizui usefulness, friendship, and social life among its members. Page 20+ , V J x . First row: Hawk, Curtis, Plank, Ruby, WVooten, McNabb, C. Oelrich, Christensen Second row: Higgins, Harper, Thomson, D. Oelrich, Douglass, Miller, Schmelling, Ortmeyer President . . . ROBERT ROWLEY Vice-President . . CATHEMNE JONES Secretary . . ALI'I-I.A CHRISTENSON To formulate and execute plans promotive of the social intellectual, and spiritual welfare of Methodist students, is v the aim of the Wesley Foundation. It is a national organi- zation provided by the Methodist Episcopal Church for its young people in universities and colleges. Page 203 Phi Tau Theta First row: Dziylioff, Mr. Baker, H.ill, Harbster, Ralph Higgens Second row: Robert Higgens, VVilkinson, Dinsmore, Sadoff, I-Ianawalt, Ortmeyer Third row: Miller, Christensen, Schmelling, Douglass, Long, Dc-:Spain, Hoefner President . . . DONALD lVlI.LLER Vice-President . . Rooxiiy IJOLTGLAS Secrelary-Trmszzrvr . . JACOB S.-XDOFF The National lliethodist lVIen's Fraternity was founded in 1929, for the purpose of promoting wholesome social acti- vities and to develop future church leaders. Page 202 Y . W 4' 7g,7.,w First row: McDowell, Tuthill, Orms, Merkel, Blum, Thomson, Dillon, Osgood, Tesser, Speers Second row: Oelrich, Myers, Vandenburg, lVIcElhinney, Petersen, Dodd, Brouhard, Sehlensig, Smith, Sutton, Bernatz Third row: C. Oelrich, Pond, Rohinso , Plant, Ervine, McGregor, Baker, McNabb, Rothlis- herger, Young, Dean , X . , President . . . IVIARGARET THOMSON Vice-Pre.vielent . . . HELEN MCDOWELL e Recording Secrcmry . . . FRIEDA BLUNI , Corresponding Setretary LUCILLE NIACGREGOR X Treasurer ..... LILLIAN MEYERS The purpose of Kappa Phi Sorority, which was organized in 1928, is to direct every Nlethodist college woman of to- day to become a leader. 1 Page 201 -Ilappa Phi lslllll9l'iIll Students' Association First row: Hoelseher, Henriksen, Nervig, Goodmanson, Petersen, Albers Second row: Voss, Schaa, Miller, Swanson, Berg, VVilliams, Knabb Third row: Svendson, Parrish, Tietjen, Dierks, Eitmnnn, dejong, Grangazird, Neary Prvsidwzt . . MARIE HENRII4SEN I"'icc-Prvsizlent . ELLAMAE HALVERSON Srcrefary . . . AGNES PEtTERsEN Treasurer . . CARL BENANDER The Lutheran Students' Association, founded in 1922, desires to make a living organization for students while they are on the campus. The L. S. A. Home is the center for the soeial and devotional gatherings of the group. Page 200 Page 199 First row: Tookey, Scanlon, Lyons, Frances Byrne, Weir ' Second row: Marganret Byrne, Bieger, McN:1lley, Seifert, Wleresh, Scarpace 111-esidmt . . . OSCAR LYONS Vice-Pmsidcfzzt . . JANE SCANLON Secretary . . FRANCIS BYRNE Treasurer . . GEORGE TOOKEY The Catholic Students' Association was founded in 1897 for the purpose of interpreting happenings of the day in the light of Catholic teaching and philosophy. A social meet- ing is held each month to provide for closer social unity. Catholic Students' Association United Student Nlovement L i First row: Kirkpatrick, Funk, Hermann, D1'. Bosley, Morsiiig, Rench, Davis Second row: I. Smith, Jones, Dunn, Benz, Petersen, Stewart, Petersen, Buckwalter The United Student ivIOVC11'1C1lf is a new organization, formed this year by a merger of the Y.W. C. A. and the Y. Nl. C. A. This new movement is born of the determina- tion to face fairly the facts of religious thinking and living today. It sponsors the Religious Forums, and has brought to the campus such eminent persons as Davis Edwards and Paul Hutchinson. General Chairman: Dr. Harold Bosleyg Committee Chairmen: John H. Smith, Raymond Stewart, Dorothy Davis, Helen Funk, and Stanley Benz. Page 198 i eli 'ion Pt Q, u All that we learn is of little value unless it be devoted in its application to ends that are good. It is in religion that many are stimulated to this devotion. The effort of this college to fulfill its obligations to its students is signi- fied in its full provision for reli- gious activity. 3 ' , First row: Kessler, Parker, Collins, Conntz, Kenner, Lewis, Mayfield, Caslavaka, Mather, Strzichen, Masoxi, Erickson Second row: VVilcox, Hickok, Vllestfnll, Christinsen, Jacobsen, McGee, Svendson, Mcllrnth, VVrig'ht, Spencely, Tutt, Buchanan Third row: Ahrens, Reckler, Robinson, Ebert, johnson, Sarver, Layne, V. Smith, VViese, Phillips, Neary, Pruess, LaRue Fourth row: Deliuhr, Albers, Brand, Carmichael, VVest, Olson, Kubik, Tietjen, johnson, Peterson, Lothian, Bowersox Page 193 President . . . BETTY JENKINS Secrelary-Trmsllrer, . ARNETTE CASEY Social Clllliflllllll . . . CORALIE COONTZ Librarians NIARIAN TUTT, H.LXRRIET WESTFALL lVIiss Alpha llflayheld is the director of the Aeolian Glee Club which was organized in 1926 by the Department of lVIusic. llfliss Glennys Rugg was the first director of this group. They presented their annual concert during the winter term. Aeolians .F Will? ui' -.-. ,1 nf.. ..- ' ,J ll::JIf, l Fell ,-wil l 4513:- iius mn rf: '-im! ' -E.: Iwi: ' ,.'?"'. li ,!',k-Q-,hi i i .- l. l ms F . College ymphony Orchestra gl F5i2'5f:.j wr , ..I'1-".ig"" ,-'l,g 'e I' 1 -11' .,1'-. - . .. . . ',l'lf"x" ' '. 2 -.5 ,, . . C" r .. . ,'.L'f' -1 .4 , Q ,Mi L- ' 1A,1,..j-'P X :.,g'.5,,.-,'.,: -., -r,. ga, ls- ,, i' l. ., "f..' -L. :,..,.g-.V ff, , l.l7'.-1' "9 .3 iv ,, .1 ww". 1 x .f'..i' ,1.. ' '..-il'-:-' 'iii li J' fri." 'WJ'-.':fi" ' ' ,'.e"...- -'-'gf .,31,+5l' ' .',.L-1f,..., 3f.vg.:,..y ' Kill'-MTE.-. .,,l'1.i'e, -I., I, I, Ali L.. Ls .. , 'l.lr1, ..'r 1 'VL-F '? 'v Ur ll: ..., sa ,LI-J. 'mf .rv ,'. "'5!ClJ.!lUt.'.f-ll "- 9" .ii 2 . . . . x,, I . 1:5 ' ...Q l 2 l . l f I l i . P r .i . x ,. ,. l Ist Violin: Hill, Schwart, VVarner, Bragonier, Fuller, Bennett, Peterson, Rider, VViler, Muller, VVorthington Wfilson, Reany, Howe. 2nd Violin: Rachel Rosenberger, Behrens, King, Morris, Ruth Rosenberger, Graber Cobeen, Miller, Christiansen, johnson, Schultz, Felter. Viola: Mueller, Harmon, Kliebenstein, Steuben, Ruby Albrecht. Cello: Searight, Mosher, Borden, Nafus, Williams. Bass: VVangler, Reynolds, VVeihe, O'Conneri Flute: VViler, Bradley, Strunce. Oboe: Russell, Seltenrich, Clarinet: Blowers, Shaw. Bassoon: Dilger, Aupperle Miller. French Horn: Igou, Hovey, Palmer, Wise, Mills. Trumpet: Getchell, McNabb, L. Hahn, Fuller. Tuba Harden. Percussion: Cameron, Feldman. Harp: Schrader. President . . EDWVARD Duucs Vice-Presiziczzt . GRACE XVILER Librarian . . ESTHER BLEY Director . . EDWARD IQURTZ This organization represents the best musical talent of the college and provides an opportunity for the members to play the best symphonic music. The College Symphony, with a membership of seventy persons under the direction of Edward Kurtz, presents four concerts each year. Page 194- J College Nlareliing Band President . . . CHARLES Si3LT13NP.1cH If'ifre-President . ELLIOTT HUTTON Swv-mir-y . . ROBERT GETCHELL Drum fllnjor . . iX'IlERI5DlTH GRTFFING The llflarching Band, whose personnel is made up of men, lends zest and color to the various campus events. Present at :ill athletic contests held on the campus, it aims to pro- mote general college spirit and to instill life and pep into the atmosphere of student functions. llflyron E. Russell serves as director ot the band. NIYRON E, RUSSELL . . Director First row: L. Timmons, M. E. Russell, R. Bacon, R. DeSpain, H. Burgie, L. Strain, Casluvka, R. Morris, C. johnson, R. Nelson, A. johnson F. Long, E. Jensen, Boutelle, Grilling, K. Nelson Second row: Engelkes, N. Bacon, Pierce, Smith, R. Ruby, Hinson, R. Martin, D. Aupperle, Foster, Seltenrich, XVolfe, Rowley, VV. DeSpx1in, VVilkinson Third row: I. Russell, Sarchet, Johnston, L. Ruby, Strunce, L. Hahn, Getchell, Nordmun, Simpson, Finkenbincler, Moore, VV. Vlleers, Severance Fourth row: Brandenburpg, Benmn, Fuller, McNabb, Ferguson, Brower, Plaffa, R. Higgins, I-Izxnawalt, H. Ross Fifth row: Pratt, Hutton, I-lnrden, Dirkes, YN. Heggen, Bailey, Sodoff, Ridenour, Minium Those not in picture: E. Lyons, P. VVeaver, Lawton, Kziin, Stewart, Biegger ' Page 195 i of-.5 Trmllmdmirs First row: Herbstruth, VVolfe, Cross, Smith, Runkle Second row: Clark, Miller, Engelkes, Buffum, VVntkins Third row: MclVI:1hon, Bnrgie, Pool, DeAtley, Carroll, Sherwood Prrsideni . . . DAVE D12 ATLEY Vice-President . . . GRANT PIERBSTRUTH Secretary-Treasurer . . RALPH SMITH Librarian . . . HUGH BUFFUM The Troubadours, a glee club for men, is directed by Irving VVolfe with Quentin Kongsbaclc as accompanist. This organization formed zi part of the group which presented the Christmas oratorio. This same glee club also participatecl in the Spring Festival, as well as in other programs. Page 192 First row: Shover, Hauffman, Crummer, Bartlett, VVolfe, Branduff, Tatum, Tyler, Lowe Second row: Marsh, McDonald, Blesie, Bigalk, VVilliams, Moon, Cheney, Barber, Parr Third row: Junkermeier, Skilling, Bragg, Krasche, Barnes, Dunn, Schwab, Miller, Hoepner, Gardner Fourth row: Grovert, Buck, Eby, Eddy, Harman, Davis, Jacobs, Felder, Burr, Kreig, Zumaeh President . . . RACHEL ROSENBERGER Vice-P1'esi1le1zt . . . . LOIS BARBER Secretary-Treasurer . . . LUIS SCHXVAB Librarian . . . VVLLMA TQRASCHE The Euterpean Glee Club was organized by lVIiss Julia Curtis in 1895. Irving VVolfe now serves as director of the Club and Geraldine Schmitt as accompanist. This group presented their annual concert on February 7, in the College Auditorium, and assisted in giving another program in the spring. Page 191 Euterpeans Bel Camus First row: Stetzler, Engelman, Templeton, Eby, Mayfield, Burton, Cade, Beecher, Corbin Second row: VanDyke, Broughton, Mills, Miller, Cameron, Coflin, Mast, Bradley, Roth l l I Third row: Dyke, Schmitt, Garvin, Plume, Nordskog, Ruggles, Kaiser, Gislain, Oelrich, Mc- Cnrmick President .... CHARLOTTE BURTON Secretary- Treasurer . GENEVIEVE NORDSKOG Social Chairman . . . FRANCES IVIENGEL Librarians . JEAN CLARK and VIRGINIA EDDY The Bel Canto Glee Club was organized in 1923 to pro- vide opportunities for the singing of good music well. Alpha Corinne lliayfield serves as director, and .lane Eby as accom- panist. The membership is limited to forty. The Club pre- sents an annual concert and participates in the Christmas oratorio. Page 190 1"11st ron Auppelle Schaefer, Brown, Hayes, T. Buffum, Caslavka, Rider, Higgins Second row II'1nwu'ilt Czleim, DeSpa.in, Long, Anderson, Henry, Dierks, Feldman, Mueters lhircl ron Mimum lxeeler, Hahn, Hill, Deitrick, Brngonier, Maurer, Stout, Morris, Freeman, Cn'1he1 Presidmzt . . DONALD AUPPERLE Vice-Presiderzz . . CHARLES HILL Sm're2'11ry- Treaszzrer . . ROBERT RUIZY Organized in 1889, the lVlinnesingers, directed by VV. E. Hayes, is recognized as the leading men's glee club. Ful- filling their purpose to promote good music, they tool: part in the Christmas oratorio and "The Bohemian Girl," in addition to the presentation of their regular concerts. Cecilians First row: Atwood, Steuben, Faust, Bowen, Reaney Second row: Wiler, Swansen, Bragonier, Lang, Swift, Todd Third row: Logan, VVeihe, Loats, Thalman, Vandenburgh, Oelrich Fourth row: Nissen, Vinall, Mielitz, VVitmer, Alleman, VanYVechel, Manning President . . . ALICE FAUST Vice-President . . . AUDREY LEE Secretary-Trmszzrw' . . NORA BOYVEN Librarian . . . GRACE WILER The Cecilians, the leading XVOIl1Cll!S glee club on the cam- pus, was organized forty-six years ago by Miss Julia Curtis, who served as the first director. Miss Olive Barker is the present director. During the year, the Cecilians appear in concerts, recitals, oratorios, operas, and special programs. Page 188 Music Rfany and complek are the du- ties of the 1VIusic Department overlords. They must mold the bed-room tootlers and the bath-tub songsters into finished performers. Yet they do so consistently, and their recitals, concerts, and musico- dramatic productions are zi credit to the school. On their Work goes - from toxic to tonic, from moan to tone. First row: Virginia McGee, Hilda Miller, Margaret Brakei, Lorraine DeBuhr, Armina Davis Second row: Dorothy Lane, Myrtle Gnfhn, Alyce Hoepner, Dorothy Koehring P1-1-xizlent . . . ARBfIINA DAVIS Vice-Prcsizlevzf . . DOROTHY LANE Smirefrlry . . . . ALYCE HOEPNER Treasurer . . PAULINE MCCORMICK The Zetalethean Literary Society was founded in 1893 to foster better literary feeling among the members and to study the lives and works of some of the modern authors of today. The advisers are Dorothy Koehriug and Nlyrtle Gafiin. Page 185 Zetaletllean Literary Society Shakeslieaifeall Literary Society Q 'r ' 'v ,.E.i-"W ',- ' ,V, .l I ,x Art' " V l K First row: Spies, Sorenberger, Oleson, Sacquety Second row: Diamond, Zimmerman, West President . ELEANOR ZIMMERRIAN I 'ice-President . . . NORA BOWEN Secrmfary . . . PAIGE VVILLIARTS Treasurer . ANESTEL OLESON Shakespearean Circle, a Literary Society, has for its pur- pose the cultivating of literary talents and the promoting of the social and moral welfare of its members. Since 1883, this organization has conducted literary meetings and social activities to accomplish this purpose. Olive Barker is the adviser. H Page 124 Page 183 First row: Ransford, Spence, Meiiidl, Brower Second row: Bode, Fidler, Quire President . . . ISABEL BROXVER Vice-Presidenz' DORIS DUNHAM Secretary . . :NIARJORIE PRIOR Treaxurer . . AMY RANSFORD The year of 1908 saw the founding of the Delphian Literary Society for the purpose of promoting social and intellectual growth of all of its members. The activities consist of business and social meetings and banquets. The adviser is Bliss Dorothy Nlichel. Delpllian Literary Society 'Ffh LL l.i !:ii :IFJ 4 -:I TA' '-I In W, . rx. V- P, - L. '. Q LL. -r Alpha Literary Society X iffQfW Calf WM President . . BERNICE .BERNATZ i ' lficc-President . . LILLIAN MYERS Secretary . . FRIEDA BLUM Treasurer . . LORENE CAMPBELL I The Alpha Literary Society was the first literary society on the campus, organized in 1877. The purpose is to advance its members in friendship, virtue, and literature. Activities consist of weekly meetings and initiation dinners twice a year. Advisers: IVIisses Lambert, Patt, and Riggs. Wfiffw , ' Q29 igwt - fl , s 7,CQwm I N ff W' Page 182 Literary ocieties Ancient college history reveals that literary societies once coni- bined the school's social interest with its academic pursuits. lllany social adjustments are now func- tions of fraternities and sororities. Yet the literary society survives and thrives, making a contribution to social life without experiencing thegroxving pains to which the Greek letter socials are subjected. Ijterarys ' orkshop l l v l l l l l Adams, Bennett, Cook, Corton, Furry, Gaskell, Hack, Hawk, Lyons, Morsing, Reynolds, Rider, Rogers, Smith, Stroebel, VVear, VVesc0tt, Wilson, Terry lllmzager . . HELEN HUINTPHRYS Illmmger . . WENDELL RIDER The Literary Worksholn was organized in 1929 as the Writers' Club. It provides an informal meet- ing place where students who are interested in creative writing may present their stories, poems, sketches and essays for discussion and evaluation. Adviser: Miss Selina Terry. Page 180 Page 179 . ,s . ., , , M. Anderson, Brayton, Dawson, McNabb, Plager, Stebbens President . . RUTH ANDERSON Secretary . . IVA BRAYTON Treasurer .... IVA BRAYTON 1411171171616 Secretary . LEONA MADSEN Theta Theta Epsilon is an honorary Home Econ- omics fraternity and is a new organization on the campus. It was organized in June, 1934. The purpose of this fraternity is to foster and recognize high scholarship among Home Economics students. Adviser: Dr. Beatrice Geiger. Theta Theta Epsilon Hama J Theta Alpha tl hi I i n Auld, Berninghausen, Boatman, Haahr, Holmes, Silver, Stetzel, Tookey, Strayer Przrsidmzt . . . . lWAX AU LD Vice-President . . LILLIAN HOLMES Secretary . . FLORA SILVER The national honoraiy dramatic fraternity, Theta Alpha Phi, was organized on this campus in 1924. Its purpose is to further dramatic activities on the campus. In order to do this, advanced stu- dents who have distinguished themselves in dra- matic activities may become members. Adviser: lVIiss Hazel B. Strayer. X x. Page 178 Page 177 if Bennett, Buckwalter, Coolidge, Faust, Finlayson, Furry, Humphreys, Johnson, Lyons, Rench, Rider, Rogers, Stroebel, Terry President . HELEN HUMPHRYS Vice-President . . . ALICE FAUST Secretary . . LORRAINE Coouoce The national honorary English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta, was organized on this campus in Ma1'ch, 1928. Its purpose is to stimulate a desire on the part of our members to seek to express life in terms of truth and beauty, and to make first-hand ac- quaintanceship with the chief literary masterpieces of our language. Adviser: Miss Selina Terry. lglllil Tau Delta Purple Arrow 1' - , -4-5 - 'rw ,iw 1 lf' ei 15'-, ' 'i lv - -. ' ' N .Ei ', 1 lf' 1 fbi i' l je- 'L an - A -,Q . .. e ml i " 13 E. 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' . i 1 - 'J ,N -X-5: ! J l V A ' ,. g 11,4 -"' f-V., -: f ' i Alfa., -Q eeei , yy I iii if ..,i,- e ':" Wmwl rin man, Burroughs, Byerly, Byrne, Clausen, Cobeen, Curtis, Dunham, Ferreter, Freet, Grangaard, Harmon, Hawk, Isley, James, Klassey, Kornitzky, Kremenak, Lar- son, Marshall, Morsing, Newmon, Oelrich, Olson, Peter, Peterson, Reynolds, Rutherford, Sadolf, Scanlon, Schleuter, Sloan, Stueben, Stoddard, Teleen, VVescott, West, Wil- liams, Woolverton, Zumach, Miss Emma Lambert President . . ALBERTA CLAUSSEN Vice-President . . HELEN BYERLY Secretary .... BERNICE JAMES Sergezmt-at-Arms . BERYL COBEEN Purple Arrow is an honorary organization for freshman and sophomore women and was organized in 1933. Its purpose is to encourage scholarship among Hrst and second year women, to encourage high standards of living, and to further the best interests of Iowa State Teachers College. Adviser: Nliss Emma Lambert. Page 176 pwrawflt wk Mmqiffwj Page 175 M71 ff' Azeltine, Brakel, Erickson, Gift, Hesse, A. Ostergard, Thierman, I. Myers President . . ARDELL OSTERGARD Vice-President FREDERICK SCHWEEL Secretary . . MARGARET AZELTINE Treasurer . . BEVERLY HEssE Pi Omega Pi, the national commercial honorary fraternity, was organized on this campus Novem- ber 23, 1925, for the purpose of fostering :L feeling of fellowship and professional unity among students specializing in the study of commerce. Advisers: Miss Julia lVIeyers, Miss My1'tle Gaflin, and Messrs. Mach, Condit, Cummins, and Skar. filly f,.Jf' My Pi Omega Pi 1 I W ,M no WW H , . W 'VW W Wg ' ' W' ' W . f . W W v Lambda Delta 1 W Lambda V i Bailey, Bliese, Campbell, Ebel, Hansen, Litterel, Olson, Pedersen, Peterson, Peterson, Sadoff, Smith President .... LLOYD OLSON Vice-President . LESTER PETERSON Secretary . . . ALBERT BAILEY Treasurer . . ALBERT BAILEY The local chapter of Lambda Delta Lambda had its beginning in May, 1931. It aims to promote interest in the study Of the physical sciences and to encourage and recognize high standards of scholarship in these subjects. - Adviser: Dr. R. W. Getchell. ,W tl Nb . Page 172 Zqglwdiwf Page 171 QAM A E 2, VW iff' s X A. Bailey, Bernatz, Blum, H. Brown, Campbell, Ebel, Hansen, M. La Dage, Littrell, Hilda. Miller, Myers, F. Pedersen, J. Pedersen, H. Petersen, Smith, Lambert President . . . HENRY PETERSON f"iL'e-Prcnvidmzt . HELEN M. BROWN Secretary . . . LILLIAN NIYERS j1I'r?ll.S'IlI'l?!' . . . . JAMES EBEL C07'fF5p07Idil1g Secretary FRIEDA BLUM Kappa ll-In Epsilon was organized in 1931. The purpose of this organization is to recognize superior students in Nlatllematics, and to teach students to appreciate the beauty of Mathenlatics. Advisers: Nliss Emma Lambert, lllr. Ira S. Condit, Nlr. C. W. VVester, Mfiss Dora Kearney, and Illr. E. E. VVatson. Kappa Mu Epsilon 9 aww Mala-f,,!MzL Ilappa Delta Pi -f l l A l ' EW 1:- . , '. 1 ,.-l,-V lj--n i f- 151 gre g. , 1 .I-. XX Al ,J A ,Y .xg I . 'L " ' lf' r, 4, ' ,, .fi .. :SE il -. , 3,1 1 JR . W ' 32-I li' 7. ' P Ml 1 ll . 1:2 .Q - -.i -5' f e ' ",:.:F., f:1g3ief-- 7, , V . ' ' ml . ' 'V' ' Q g .. flu, 'L ' "' v Y I A' ,QI . V P ' ' L' 4, X . , . 4 'lj Y .. . e yt - 12' H57 if "' F W 1' " I ' l 4. "MJ T i --ve rify ' 47 ar' rl, i A X23 rg 'twig ' i gl - N i nf ., A E in tif? Q--N . '47 .i . 1 ,y 'U .ifihg lm ,ar ff' we l ' ' 4 ' Q,-gi. ..,, fr-: l, A -,' 'f ,EJ ' , V f' i - 1, "J J ' e- , R' ' f ei -'iY'l'i-f V fm, " ' '53 l Q f . , tw ' 31 ri- , i Y V ' K 'S ga' l , , ' if i n - 1 5-Q 1 ' l L i -, r L, l l i, 1 Barker Bennett Bernatz Bliese Blossom, Blum, Bovee, Y Y 7 9 H. Brown, Buckwalter, Byers, Campbell, Dean, Ebel, Gitt T. Hansen, Jasper, A. Johnson, M. La Dzlge, Leupold Littnill, Myer-S, D. Miner, H. Miner, Maze, Oelrieh: Ostergard, Marjorie Palmquist, H. Petersen, Rogers, Sadoff, Smith, Stetzel, Stroebel, Suter, Thierman Finkenbincler President . . . DONALD MILLER Vice-President . . il-IARY LA DAGE Secretary . . ANGELINE BROFFEL Treasurer . . . ROGER BENNETT C'orresjJonding Secretary LUCILLE GITT Kappa Delta Pi, a national honorary educational fraternity, was founded in 1911 at the University of Illinois. The local Psi Chapter was established in 1923. A scholarship is awarded yearly to a de- serving member of the student body. Adviser: Dr. E. O. Finlcenbinder. 1 1 Page 170 Page 169s Al R. Bailey, Boatman, Buckwalter, Jasper, Johnson, Leupold, H. Miller, Moore, Parrish President .... ALVIN JOHNSON Vice-President . . EVA PARRISH Treasurer . . DALE MOORE Gamma Theta Upsilon is an honorary organi- zation which aims to further interest in geography. The membership consists of faculty members chosen on the basis of their academic preparation and stu- dents with high scholarship and interest in geog- raphy. Beta Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon was-organized on this campus in 1931. - Adviser: Miss Alison Aitchison. Ganllna Theta Upsilon Pi Gclllllllel Niue i 1 it 4, i I ,A . I . i . 1 , N , V-.,, iw e , 1 . K . i.. i, V l V 1 ' . 'V i Davies, Dean, Hart, D. Miller, VVellborn President . . . R.-exxnAi.L HART Vice-President . . ll'ClABEL DAVIES Secretary-Treasurer DONALD BIILLER Pi Gamma Nlu, the national social science frater- nity, was organized at Southwestern College in 1924. The local chapter was organized in 1928. The purpose of Pi Gamma lVIu is to emphasize scholar- ship along the lines of the social sciences and to stimulate mental achievement. Adviser: Dr. F. VV. Wellboi'11. Page 1.74- Page 173 -. ' . Tv: 5 ,- ,vw A-.rr Aupperle, Dirks, Feldman, Gordon, Hahn, Hanawalt, Harden, Kane, Monitz, Rider, Seltenrich, Palmer President . . DONALD AUPPERLE Vice-President . . WENDELL RIDER Secretary . . . RICHARD HARDEN Treasurer . . . EDWARD DIRKS Phi lvlu Alpha Sinfonia has been established on this campus to advance the cause of music in Amer- ica, 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. Adviser: Myroxi Russell. Phi Mu lpha infonia N l 4 i l Delta Sigma RI 10 Brandenburg, Curtis, Grant, Lambertson President . . JAMES CURTIS Delta Sigma Rho is the oldest forensic fraternity in the United States, and Iowa State Teachers Col- lege is the one teachers' college in the country to be granted a charter by this organization. In order to keep all types of forensics at the highest possible level membership is limited strictly to the best of those who have shown great ability when repre- senting their college or university in forensic com- petition. Adviser: Dr. F. VV. Lambertson. Page 168 Page 167 M - ' ,. 1 ue Barker, Beebee, Berninghausen, Bragonier, Coover, Cowie, Curtis, Finlayson, Grant, Hart, Ihm, Krieg, Lyons, Peterson, Rogers, Stewart, VVeresl1, Reed President . . . . MARC IHM Vice-President . LESTER PETERSEN Secretary . . . DAVID GRANT Trerzsurer . . MERTON COOVER The Blue Key was founded in 1931 to promote fraternalism among the students at Teachers Col- lege, and to advance a spirit of loyalty to the Col- lege. Advisers: Dr. O. R. Latham, Dean L. I. Reed, and Mr. A. C. Fuller. Blue Hey Beta Beta Beta 4 "7-' J , ii' ' v ,.. 4,, : ,. , 1 I L i , 4' Bliese, Caslavka, Dawson, Funk, H. Kurtz, Mikkelson, Pedersen, Pratt, Stewart, Stribley, Thompson, VVeresh, Lantz President . .... JOHN BLIESE Vice-President . WINIFRED GILBERT Secretary . . . HELEN FUNK Treasurer . . DR. C. YV. LANTZ Historian . . ANDREW WERESH Beta Beta Beta is a national biological science fraternity. The local chapter was organized in May. 1934, for the purpose of stimulating sound scholar- ship and to promote the dissemination of scientific truth. Adviser: Dr. C. W. Lantz. Page 166 i Honorary Fraterllilies It is a proud Collegian upon whose watch-chain dangles the key of an honorary. And justly is he proud, for the key is to the world a symbol of things accomplished. The honorary frziternity grants to him this token of its zeal to recog- nize the achievement of the past and to encourage the achievement of the future. Earn est Brandenburg ' Frances Suter Not only have the debate teams been successful this year, but the oratorical and extemporaneous divisions have also taken honors. Eileen Ferreter placed first in the Peace Oratorical Contest. It was the third consecutive year that Teachers College had attained first place in the oratorical division of the contest, an accomplishment unchallenged by any other Iowa college. James Curtis won first in the lVIen's Oratorieal Di- vision of the Iowa Forensic Association, while Frances Suter placed first in the WO111Cll,S Division. James Curtis, as a result of his victory, entered the Inter- state tournament at Northwestern University in April. James Curtis also placed in the finals at the Iowa ln- vitational Speech Tournament at the University of Iowa. Page 163 737 55 T145 1,51 f 'f Uratory and EXICIIIIJUPE Debate 1 1 I i v Barker, Brauer, Curtis, Ferr.ite1', Grant, Snyder Witli twenty-four students participating, the Teach- ers College debating teams have had a very successful season, winning forty-one out of seventy decision de- bates. Trips have included eight different states as well as Nlexico, Curtis, Barker, and Grant having made a Christmas trip which included the latter. The won1en's team took part in the Rocky lVIoun- tain Speech Conference, and placed second. In the Delta Sigma Rho tournament at Iowa City, Teachers debaters won nine out of eleven debates. Other competition included the South Dakota tour- nament, the tournament at Normal, Illinois, and at the St. Thomas College in St. Paul. Page 162 Forensics Clarity of thought and clarity of expression constitute the goals of forensic work. Whetliei' the project is in the nature of debate, extemporaneous speaking, oratory, or after-dinner speaking, this goal is always visualized. No student with forensic training will ever be at a loss when the inevitable cry of "Speech! Speech!" arises. I 5 1 1 5 'X wwf? 5 q "?'f4 I 2' 1 Sai f A Al 1 V r .y t A , Q D I N 7 , ,Hn- f L , I , A 5 1, w X X' .v f V. ' 41' HQ H L.:-: , , . , PM 1 A . i 45: A is lifg G e 1 l V . 1 A ' T i 11 if. .QL,Q,,A 4 V ?' :Meg 2 -. - mi , f" sg N - F? 'Y W1 A I E'.."I ' H11 Af " F Htigvw 51: 2' Q A J" 'gf' Sgi 5 ' I ' .1 Y Ti F , I my-Q! Q V . Qs " L ' X ..-...f:. 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The settings were de- signed by H. Darkes Albright. Hazel B. Strayer directed the production. The Good Hope Herman Heijermans' powerful dra- ma of the sea, THE GOOD HOPE, was the feature of the Fifth Annual Conference on Play Production. It is the story of the vital effect of the sea on the simple life of the Dutch people. It was directed by Hazel B. Strayer, and the sets were designed by H. Darkes Albright. 142 X SV, ni x ,iw 5 :E ,-.jf as 1 mu- 1 . v- '- t '! 'LQ . LJ 211, lf 'f. file ff 'Dwi .. ,I , w a ,nw ' s 1 lf-. .1 In 'N " . - rd . W 1 -:T-x , "'fQ'?f. ,n'!"'J ' pdf ,, f , I A b ., A. . ,,. X . . , J VA, N f i LZ. v P . ., , - 5 I WJ I A i..,r In my ,Hwy H fig 41 -v"ff' ,, -V X ,- I ' ' . H 1 ffa. .' "Q, Nj, 1 .Q V fi 13- , X 15-an-f . !ff?1 - A in ig! "" 3 '! X,-AWMC Y W4 i I , , U, 'TTL ' E " Y. lu ' A 'K 'Y ' F- 1 I ',, 1 I z .'f4-PP:- '-"Fi?Hf?52- 3'g5f,f:':F ,- 2 .wr 21 5 .'Lf'1A1gg51iT IQ " R - A ,,:,,!1f..-451--fg, il 5:95 Lil V. ,wi -..-5 B4-feb . , --M' '.l1'J!5-'iifj 44 ! 2--.. ww. x .lm H I fx Q F4 I -mx -.4 :V W xfffrf s v :vw , .. q e EJ' -H J. .1 4 ,. Jr.. ,g ..v- :X M , The Perfect Alibi The PERFECT ALIBI by A. A. Milne was the 1934- Commencement play. The scene of this detective story was set at Heron Place, England. The set was designed by Charles Holden and the play was directed by Hazel B. Strayer. The Late Cllristopller Bean The opening bill for the summer repertory group was THE LATE CHRISTOPHIER BEAN hy Sidney Howard. An all student east present- ed this delightful comedy. Hazel B. Strayer directed the play and Charles Holden designed the setting. The Mistress ofthe Inn The alumni of Iowa Beta Chapter, Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatic fraternity, presented THE MISTRESS OF THE INN for the last feature of the summer repertory group. The play was translated from the Spanish by Merle Pierson. It was di- rected by Hazel B. Strayer, and the sets were designed by Charles Holden. Page 155 Drama The stages and shops at Iowa State Teachers College are con- stantly in use. Actors struggle with linesg coaches direct the "business" Scene shifters juggle flats and electricians experiment with lighting effects. In the Drama Shop, classes in scene con- struction build the props. Thus does Iowa State Teachers College strive to contribute to the richness of life and to the art of drama. Football , Schulz, Smalling, Stewart, Stout Torrence, White, VVhitelock, Young The Grinnell Pioneers came to Cedar Falls, November 10, for the Teachers Homecoming to defeat the Panthers 19 to l2. The home team threatened once in the third quarter, but were held on the Pioneer's'six yard line. Against lliorningside the Tutors again hit their stride and by combining Nichols' dashing runs and a successful aerial attack, they took their visitors' measure by the score of 32 to 2. The final curtain fell on the 1934 season when the Luther eleven battled the Tutors to a scoreless tie. The Panthers outplayed the Norsemen, piling up eight first downs to their opponent's one. The Norse's greatest aid in holding the Tutors off was the punting of Augie LLuther, who averaged forty-six yards on eighteen punts. Coach Dickinson, Black, Brouwer, Canzlkes Carr, Eggers, Grim, Hutton December 10 .... I. S. T. December l8 .... I. S. T. December 20 .... I. S. T. January 9 .... I. S. T January 12 .... I. S. T January 19 .... I. S. T January 26 .... I. S. T February 2 .... I. S. T February 5 .... I. S. T. February S .... I. S. T. February 9 .... I. S. T. February 18 . . . I. S. T. February 22 . . . I. S. T February 23 . . . I. S. T February 28 . . . I. S. T liflarch 2 . . . I. S. T Basketball Grinnell . Penn . . Coe . . Luther . . Cornell . . Nlorniiigside Grinnell . Simpson. . Luther . . Rlorningside Cornell . . Omaha U. . Simpson . Coe . . Penn . . . Omaha U. . Basketball Kimberlin, Manship, McCabe, Pederson Smalling, Stout, Stribley, VVhiteloek The 1934-35 Panther quintet, under 'the guidance of Coach Art Dickinson, finished the season with a record of 6 games won and 10 lost. During the season the Teachers College team scored a total of 470 points to their opponents 543, which indicates that all games were hotly contested. lVIaurice Carr, the outstanding Teachers forward, who last year was placed on the All-Conference team, was again placed at that position. This season "Moi'1'y"' collected 171 of the total number of points, averaging nearly ll points per game, beside playing very good defensive games. Further recognition was given ito the Panther team when Carr was given a forward position on the first All-North Conference team and lVIcCabe a guard position on the second team. Four men on the squad, all letter men, will graduate this year. They are lliauriee Carr, forwardg Kenneth Kimherlin, guardg Vernon Stribley, centerg and Raymond Smalling, forward. restlmg, Coach McCuskey, Blue, Bueghly, Chambers Champlin, Cheney, Cortright, Clark December 21 . Teachers . . . 55 University of VVisconsin 6 January 23 . . Teachers . . . 13 University of Iowa . . 21 January 28 . Teachers . . . ZZZ University of lliissouri . SZ February 9 . Teachers . . . 14 University of lVIinnesota 18 February 9 . Teachers . . . 2-l University of Nebraska 6 February 25 . . Teachers. . 9 Cornell College . . . 19 Jimmy Steiner, 118-pounder, went through the 1934-35 season undefeated. During the season he threw Wally of lVIissouri and Swanson of Nebraslcag won by a decision over Hasse of Wiscosixi, Hansen of llflinnesota, and Tilton of Cor- nell. At the University of Iowa, Jimmy won by a default. Raymond Cheney, the second undefeated Panther grappler, wrestling in the 126 pound class, threw Broming of Wiscoiisiii, lldonroe of Iowa, Starr of lVIissouri, and Smiley of Nebraska. He defeated Probst of Miiiiiesota and Johnson of Cornell by decisions. 7 9.1.4-A4"'f-'1. Q1-' .1 Q I -.z4ng.-az..-,-:.1r:Lxxgx.l:9.:.1LM hill ,L-fg. : w" ' - .' 'Q D restlin Dix, Ihm, Mikkelson, Ostrem Schrader, Steiner, Vaala, Warner John Champlin, wrestling in the 135-pound class, won by decisions from Regner of XVisconsin, Sanger of Iowa, Green of Nebraska, and Siebel' of Cornell, and lost to Brown of lllinnesota. In the 145-pound class, Johnny wrestled Grieb of lllissouri to a draw. Keith Bueghly, wrestling 1-P5 pounds, defeated Daily of Minnesota and Hill of Nebraska by falls. VVrestling in the 155-pound class, lliarc Ihm won from Dettiveiler of Wiscoiisiii, Anderson of lllissouri, and Senuson of Nebraska by decisions. Kenneth Cortwright, 165-pounder, won from Schiesl of Wiscoiisiii by a fall and from Dunham of llflissouri by a decision. Lee Chambers, wrestling in the 175-pound class, won from Xvenzel of Wiscoiisiii by a fall, and from Fergason of lliissouri, DeWi11te1' of Nlinnesota, and Funken of Nebraska by decisions. Donald Blue, heavyweight, won a fall from Paulson of VVisconsin. Baseball Coach VVhitford, Blake, Bowen, Champlin Donald, Fleming, Hoemann, Kensinger Iowa State ........ April 11-13 At Cedar Falls Nebraska University ...... April 19-20 At Cedar Falls VVisconsin Teachers of Platteville, Wis. . April 25 . At Cedar Falls Iowa State ........ 1VIay 3- 4 At Ames VVeste1'n Illinois Teachers of lVIacomb, Ill. lVIay 10-11 At Cedar Falls Luther ......... lV1ay 16 . At Cedar Falls Toledo University . . llflay 23 . At Toledo, Ohio Nlichigan Normal . . May 24-25 At Ypsilanti, 1VIich. Luther ......... June 1 . . At Decorah Coach 1Wun VVhitford's call for baseball aspirants brought forth a number of the 1934 varsity squad and in addition many promising sophomores. The entire infield, with the exception of a first baseman who answered, were members of last yearls team. Witli Dick Rollins, veteran south paw and E. H. Scott, knuckle ball artist, as a basis for his pitching staff, Coach VVhitford has been using Paul Hoeman, lvlelvin Kensinger, lVIerton Blake, and Arlo Hulme on the mound. ,-J Baseball Krieg, La Velle, Mansliip, Miller Ostrem, Rollins, Scott, Smalling Ray Smalling, veteran catcher who has been handling the backstop position has a competent understudy in Vern Ostrem. With Johnny Champlin at third, Nevin Bowen at short, and Chick Donald at second, the only position that was left open, is first base. George Pederson, Norman Hansen, and James Freemen, sophomores, have been battling to hold down the first sack. Harry Krieg, stellar left fielder has been working in the outfield with Maiiship, Blue, Millei' and Akin, but Rollins and Scott will see action when not used in the hurling capacity. On April 13, the Panthers went on the field against Iowa State with Rollins pitching, Smalling catching, Pederson on first, Donald at second, Bowen short, Champlin third, and Krieg, llffanship and Miller in the outneld. When the last putout was made, Ames had collected 15 runs to Teachers 2. Ten errors con- tributed greatly to this score, so, before the next game, Coach Whitfo1'd gave the team Fl, general shake-up. As a result, the starting lineup against the University of Nebraska was LaVelle at first, Fleming at short, Miller in center, and Rollins in right. Scott held the Huskers well in hand until the ninth inning, when the team cracked to allow the visitors to score seven runs and to win 7 to 3. The Tutors evenecl the se1'ies the next day by winning 8 to 7. Coach Dickinson, Alderman, Barr, Benz Boardman, Dana, DeSpain, Ebersold Notre Dame Relays .... Armour Tech. Relays .... Iowa State Teachers College Relays lliarch 9 . . lVIarcl1 16 . . April 20 . . Track At Ar At South Bend, lnd. Chicago, Ill. Cedar Falls Drake Relays ...... April 26-27 . At Des Moines Freshman Varsity ..... Nlay 2-3 . . Dual lVIeet Dakota Relays . . . Nlay 4 . . At Sioux Falls, S. D Coe-Cornell-Teachers .... llfiay ll . . At Cedar Rapids lowa Conference Rleet .... Bday l7-18 At Cedar Falls North Central Conference llleet . Nlay 24-25 At Brookings, S. D. lowa State College lyleet . . . June l . . At Cedar Falls North Central llfleet .... June 7-S . . At lVIilwaukee, Wis. The Panther track team which, under Coach Art Dickinson's guidance, last lear won the Iowa Conference track meet, are back to repeat this year. lVIen who are back from last year are Orville Nichols, Earl Meikle, George Dana, Anson Vinall, John X-Valgren, Roland White, Toni Boardman, Andrew Weresli and Graham Hovey. Track Hinshaw, Hovey, Long, Meikle McCabe, Nichols, Pratt, Sehmelling New additions including sophomores and men who previously have not been out for the sport are Dean Alderman, Arvil Hinshaw, Ralph Smith, Jim DeSpain, Carl Speck, Vic Bovee, Ray Cheney, Keith Bueghly, Stanley Schmelling, Emmet Polderboer, Gunnar Avergaard, Bob Donavan, Ray Ebersold, Stanley Benz, Bud Flecher, VVayne Barr, Don Stout, Keith lWcCabe, James Pratt, and Dick Long. Urville Nichols, all-round athlete and last year's winner of the most valuable player's trophy in track will undoubtedly display his ability in the 100 yard dash, the javelin throw, and the 220 yard dash, besides running anchor man in the relays. The hundred yard dash will be well taken care of by Nichols and Vinall, who in the Teachers College Relays placed first and third respectively. The 120 yard high hurdles which were run so ably by Voorhees last year are being run this year by Ebersold who placed third in the I. C. Relays. Schmelling, a fourth place winner in the Teachers College Relays in the two mile run, shows promise of becoming an excellent two miler. r Track Smith, Speck, Stout, Stribley Vinall, VVaIgren, Weresh, White In the half mile relay VValgren, Vinall, Meikle, and Nichols placed first with the new record time of 1:3O.8. The Tutors mile relay team composed of Dana, Hinshaw, lVIeikle, and Nichols also hung up a new record of 3:2S.7 to win the event. Teachers also took the blue ribbon in the 440 yard relay, with Walgreii, Alderman, Vinall and Nichols running the quarter in the record time of :4-3.4. In all three of these events the Panthers quartet broke their own records set up in 1934. The Tutors Medley Relay team placed second in a fast race which lowered the previous record 5.6 seconds, and the two mile relay team placed fourth in an 8:11 race as compared with the previous record of 8 :22.4. In the field events the Tutor participants fared well but did not win as many firsts as in the track events. Nichols won first in the javelin throw with a toss of 158 feet 5 inches. In the pole vault, White and Boardman tied for second. Vernon Stribley, Tutors weight man, placed third and fourth in the shotput and discus respectively. Dick Long, Tutor high jumper, placed third. Don Stout, broad jumper took the second place in that event. April April April May M ay May lid ay lldlay May lliay Tennis 22 26 30 3 8 11 14 17-18 21 24-25 F t 'C , 1' .-..- Coach Haddox, Cutler, Black, Hinson Hutton, McNabb, Reeves, Strobehn Grinnell . Grinnell . Coe . Penn . Carleton . Penn . . . . Coe ..... Iowa Conference llieet . . Luther ...... North Central Conference lVIeet Grinnell Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Oskaloosa Cedar Rapids Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Brookings, S. D. VVith two letter men back for a nucleus, Coach Homer Haddox has rounded out a well-balanced team composed of Stanley Reeves, Bill lVIcNabb, Ross Cutler, and Bill Hinson. Qther men who are striving to gain a position on the net team are Darrel Black, Elliot Hutton, and Leigh Strobehn. ,. . iii ---v -'-mf. N fn QW, E A -..,..+x.B - --, 1 a YVhat size? . . . In the du out g Hit and run . . . "Ji111" . . . R011 over! Hold that line . 0000000000 Not quite . Primo Steiner v .,., vn"' M NA- Fe ' ' 0lllQll,S e thleties lVIodern women, freed from the shackles imposed upon them by Victorianism, now find their objec- tives in life markedly similar to those of men. They, too, must learn the lessons of health and coopera- tion. Iowa State Teachers College provides for these lessons in a mul- titude of sports and physical activi- ties designed particularly for wo- men. First row: Prior, I-Ierrling, Humiston, Michel, Ransforcl, Brower Second row: Prottengeier, Spence, Quire, Simmons, Nliller, Jones, Meindl Prexidmzf . . . HELEN HERRI-lNG lficr-Presidrzzi . . IRENE IVIEINDI. Secremry . . . DOROTHX' QUIRE Treasurer . . PAULINE VVILCOX Ifisiarimz . . ISABEL BROWER During the fall of 1934, lvV.A.A. was reor- ganized into Z1 group Consisting of clubs for the various sports. The President of each club serves as a member of the YV. A. A. council, which plans the year's activities. Bon SLEDDING VV. A. A Council Page 252 J lhydmu Edueanon uh First row: Zimmerman, Kurtz, Prior, Michel, Spence, Herrling Morell, V:1nNess, Brower Second row: VVhite, Wild, Peterson, Hunter, Merkel, l-Ieckel, Farris, Short, Humiston, Ransforcl Third row: Fey, Prottengeier, jones, Quire, Bode, Simmons, Miller, Moore, Stephenson, Meindl, Cook, Mistele Page 253 CO-ED XVRESTLJERS The Physical Education Club, organized in 1930, consists of all majors, minors, and the faculty mem- bers of Physical Education. The purpose of the organization is to bring'the girls of the Department and members of the Faculty into a more unified group. At the first social meeting in the fall, freshmen are initiated into the Club. This initiation is usually held at some "wide open space" where members are free to caper. The ollicers for this year are: Chairman, Dorothy Quireg junior lllember, Kath- ryn Protengierg Sophomore lliember, Jeanette Simmons, and Faculty Adviser, Dorothy Humiston. First row: White, Herrling, Spence, Morell, Runsforcl Second row: Prior, Michel, Anderson, Millet' Third row: Cook, Fey, Prottengeier, Bode, Quire The Red Cross Life Saving Corps of Iowa State Teachers College endeavors to fulfill their motto, "Every girl a swimmer! Every swimmer a life saver." The main event sponsored by this organization is an annual Watel' Carnival during the winter term. During the year, various social affairs serve to establish an enthusiastic and cooperative spirit among the members. Once a year, they sponsor tests for Examinership by National Examiners. The offi- cers for this year have been: President, Kathryn Protengierg Vice-President, MH1'j01'iC Cook, Cap- tain, Dorothy Quireg and Faculty Adviser, Doris White. XVATER FORMATION Life Saving Corps gg , , All , iff, Page 25-P I l lu eld Club 3'-zltfi ' 'e- - - ...' ,'1i f': '- -i",,i',"h 19131 -"qv-if-.fi-V4 .,, Y H 'f V' "-17: 'I J " ' 7 '-7 Q: ISI TW' ,J "if f ' ' "M 1 ..-i -iff' r ,i , fl '-1 ' - "" il-: J 5 .s-.- J.: - bg.. ....4- F- i4 ,E ' :il Z. .-.. . .- 1 Mfil L- 'T i - F 1 "A" 1 ' Q- .V .. Q ' 1 . fi" 'I ' W V AQ. ffl -LW' fi - -- V , la , , - H ' '4" " I . 2 - i y y -mAy5eo 1 ll -f -----+- -f-Y , l f -A -7-err" ? ... 'f ' ' ' ' H g ' 'W' " 1 ,, , It ' - if-A -1 -f-H Page 255 GYM NASTS Kurtz, Bode, Moore, Prior Shield Club is the honorary organization of the YVomen's Physical Education Department. A white P. E. on zz maroon colored shield outlined in white forms the emblem of the club. Affiliation with the society is given to the Juniors and Seniors on the basis of character, interest, motor ability, and scholarship. In the winter term, the Faculty of the VVomen's Physical Education Department gives a luncheon to old and new members. The odicers are: President, Nlarjorie Priory Vice-President, Cora Bodeg Secre- tary-Treasurer, Helen Kurtz 3 and Faculty Adviser, lldaude lVIoore. i 1 P W Page ,.,,, .gi "l. , I C Urchesis 257 Orchesis is the national honorary dancing society of the Iowa State Teach- ers College. The member- ship is composed of girls who are interested in dancing as an art. Once a year they give a recital, which is open to the pub- lic. MC1DbCI'S this year are: Jessie Parrot, Helen Herrling, Kathryn Pro- tengier, Irene Meirldl, Amy Ransford, lVIerle Mille1'. - Lctls stick together . . Roll on l'm for the bull's eye . Give us fl push Shall we try again One-two-threc-four .... VV:111t to wrestle ?? Il li if h iy i 4' , 5 i,.5-,Uf M Q M -- , 1 4 i 1 li V i H fi '.!huau5f?-'lilizff W ' WF' A Administration . . . Aeolian Glee Club . . Alpha' Beta Gamma . Alpha Chi Epsilon . Alpha Delta Alpha . Arts and Manual Arts . Art League . . . Athletics . . . Auxiliary Agencies . . B liartlctt l'Iall Council . Baseball . . z . Basketball . . . Beauties .... Bel Canto Glee Club . Beta Beta Beta . . Biology Club .... Blue Key ...... Board of Student Publications . Topical 15 . 193 . 219 . 211 . 212 18 . 13-1 . 231 31 . . -l-5 . 242, 2-l-3 . 238, 239 . . S5 . 190 . 166 . 135 . . . . 167 . . . . -l-8 Bureau of Alumni Affairs and Public School Relationship .... Bureau of Publicity . . . C Campus Life ..... Catholic Students Association . Cecilian Glee Club . . . Chemistry Seminar . . "Christopher Bean" . Classes . . . Clerical Division . Chi Pi Theta . . Coflrgz' Ifyr . . Commercial Club . Commons ..... "Criminal at Largeu . . . D Dean of Faculty . . Dean of Men . . Dean of VVo1nen . Debate . . . Dedication . Delta Phi Delta . . . Delta Sigma Rho . . . Department of Instruction . . Departmental Clubs . . . Director of Religious Activities Dormitories ..... E Education .... Ellen Richards Club . English .... Epsilon Phi Epsilon . Euterpean Glee Club . Extension Division . . . F Features ..... Financial Secretary . . First Year Primary Club . Football ..... Forensics ..... Four-I'I Club . Page 259 . . . . -l-0 . . . 39 . 111 . 199 . 188 . 136 . 156 . 51 . . -1-2 . . 213 . 131, 132 . . 137 . 3-1- . 158 . 1-l- . 1+ . 1-1- . 162 7 . 220 . 168 . 17 . 133 . -11 . 35 . 19 . 138 . 20 . 221 . 192 36 S1 . . 15 . . 150 . 235-237 . . 161 . 139 Index Four Year Graduates . Fraternities . . . . Fullerton Club . . . G Gamma Theta Epsilon . German Club . .... H Hamilton Club . . . I-Iome Economics . . . Honorary Fraternities . "1" Club .... . Inter-Fraternity Council . . International Relations Club . Inter-Sorority Counc.il . . Iowa Club ..... K Kappa Delta Pi .... Kappa Mu Epsilon , . Kappa Phi . . . Kappa Theta Psi . . . Kindergarten Club . . . L Lambda Delta Lambda . Lambda Gamma Nu . Languages . . . Library . . . Life Saving Corps . Literary Societies . . . Literary VVorkshop . . . Lutheran Student Association . - M Mathematics and Commerce . Mathematics Club . . Marching Band . . Menls Athletics . . Men's Union .... Minnesinger Glee Club . "Mistress of the Innl' . . lVIusic ....... Natural Science . . . O OLD GOLD ...... Oratory and Extemporaneous . Orchesis ...... Organizations . . P Pep Club . . . "Perfect Alibiu . Phi Chi Delta . Phi Mu Alpha . Phi Sigma Epsilon . Phi Sigma Phi . . Phi Tau Theta . . . Physical Education Club . . Physical Education for Men . Physical Education for Wlomen 53 209 140 169 14-1 142 21 165 1-I-3 210 154- 218 1-l-4 170 171. 201 222 145 172 214 22 32 254 181 180 200 23 146 195 233 -l-6 189 156 187 25 129 163 258 125 14-9 156 205 173 215 223 202 253 26 27 Physics and Chemistry . Pi Beta Alpha . . Pi Gamma Mu . Pi Ph.i Omega Pi Omega Pi . Pi Theta Pi . . Pi Tau Phi . . Placement Bureau . Playcraft Club . President Latham . Publications . . Purple Arrow . . Purple Pen . . . R Registrar . . . . Religion . . . Religious Activities . . . Research Bureau . . . A . . Representative Men and VVomen . Romance Languages . . ' . . Romance Language Club . . Rho Epsilon Rho . . . S Second Year Primary Cluh Shield Club .... Sigma Tau Delta . . . Social Science ..... Social Science Honors Society Sororities ...... Student Administration . Student Health Service ..... Student Council ....... Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 23 148 174- 224 175 226 225 37 1-l-9 13 127 176 132 15 197 -L1 SS 105 152 154- 1-L7 151 255 177 29 153 217 43 33 Ai-l 15 Symphony . . T Tau Sigma Delta . . Teaching . . . Tennis . . . '1The Far OE Hills" . "The Good Hope" Theta Alpha Phi . Theta Epsilon . Theta Gamma Nu . Theta Theta Epsilon . Track ..... Troubador Glee Club Tutor Ticklers . . Two-Year Graduates . . U United Student Movement V V. O. V. Nu Omicron Nu . W Wesley' Foundation . . Vllestminster Choir . . VVestminster Foundation . VVho's VVho .... VVomen's Athletic Association VVomen's Athletics . . VVomen's League . . . . 19-l . 227 . 30 . 247 . 158 . 158 . 17S . 20-1- . 228 . . 179 244-24-6 . . 191 112-113 . . 69 . 19S . 229 . 203 . 206 . 20 . 99 . 252 7 . . . 251 . . . -l-7 VVrestling . . . . . . 2-l-0, 2-l-1 X Xanho . . . 216 Page 260 Faeult, ...tr . dmini Abbott, Dr. Roy L., 25 Professor of Biology Albright, Dr. H. Dorcas, 20 Instructor in English Allen, Bernice, 21 Assistant Professor of Home Economics Anderson, Mary C., 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching Arey, Amy F., 19, 1+ Associate Professor Aitchison, Alison, 25 Professor of Geogr Bailey, C. H., 18 Head of The Art Baker, john, 27, 234 Instructor in Physi Barker, Olive L., 2-l, Instructor in Voice Beard, Dr. Marshall Assistant Professor Begeman, Dr. Louis, Head of The Depa Bender, Paul F., 27 Assistant Professor S of Education a phy B and Manual Arts Department cal Education for Men 14-0 and Music R., 29 in History 28, 136 of Phvsical Education for Men Boardman, Benjamin, 15, 48' Financial Secretary Bosley, Dr. Harold, 20, 41, 198 Director of Religio Branagan, Mrs. Iris, Assistant Professor us Activities 18 of Art Brown, Dr. A. E., 19 Associate Professor of Education Brugger, M. Elizebeth, 31 Director of The Nursery School and Teaching Bryan, Bernice, 31 rtment of Physics and Chemistry Instructor in Instructor in Teaching Buffum, Dr. H. S., 19 Professor of Education Buxbaum, Katherine, 20 Assistant Professor of English C Cable, Dr. E. M., 25 Head of The Department of Natural Science Caldwell, Mary P., 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching Campbell, Sadie B., 1-l Dean of VVomen Charles, Dr. J. VV., 19 Professor of Education Cole, Agnes, 18, 134 Assistant Professor of Art Co'ebrook, Velma, 30 Instructor in Teaching Condit, Ira S., 23, 137, 146 I-lead of Mathematics and Commercial Education Department Conlon, Corley A., 18 Instructor in Art Cory, C. S., 15 Registrar and Examiner Cummins, H. C., 23 Assoc.iate Professor of Commercial Educatitl Page 261 tration Director D Denny, Dr. E. C., 19 Professor of Education and Head of Department of Education Divelbess, Margaret, 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching Dickinson, Arthur, 27, 238, 244- Instructor in Physical Education for Men E Erbe, Dr. Carl H., 29, 147 Professor of Government Evans, Gladys I., 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching F Fagan, VV. B., 20 Associate Professor of English Fahrney, Dr. Ralph R., 29 Associate Professor of History Finkenbinder, Dr. E. O., 19, 170 Professor of Education Freeman, Alta, 24 Assistant Professor of Piano Fuller, A. C., 40 Director of Bureau of Alumni Affairs and Public School Relationships G Gaflin, Myrtle E., 23, 157, 146 Instructor in Commercial Education Geiger, Dr. Beatrice sl., 21 Head of the Home Economics Department Getchel, Dr. R. VV., 28, 136 Professor of Chemistry Gilbert, VVinifred M., 25 Assistant Professor of Biology Goetch, Dr. E. WV., 37 Director of the Placement Bureau H Hacldox, Homer C., 22, 152, 2-I-7 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish Halvorson, Dr. N. O., 20 Associate Professor of English Hanson, Rose, 30 Assistant Professor of 'Teaching Harbeson, Dr. Robert VV., 29 Assistant Professor of Economics Hart, I. H., 36 Director of the Extension Division Havs, VV. E., 24, 189, 191 Assistant Professor of Voice Hearst, Louise, 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching Hersey, S. Freeman, 28, 136 Associate Professor of Physics Hill, Frank VV., 24- Instructor in Violin, Viola, Ensemble, Instrumentation Haight, Mary, 35 Director of Bartlett Hall lIarsh, Dr. Phillip VV., 22 Instructor in Latin Holmes, George H., 20, 39, 48 Director of Publicity Bureau Humiston, Dorothy, 26 Assistant Professor of Physical Education for VVomen Hunter, Mary B., 29 Associate Professor of Economics Igou, O. Lincoln, 24 Instructor in Brass Instruments J Jackson, C. L., 30 Principal of High School and Associate Professor of Teaching jenkins, Dr. Lulu Marie, 30 Instructor in Teaching K Kadesch, Dr. VV. H., 28, 136 Professor of Physics Kearney, Dora E., 23 Assistant Professor of Teaching Koehring, Dr. Dorothy, 30, 145 Instructor in Teaching Kurtz, Edward, 24, 194 Head of the Department of Music and Professor of Violin L Latham, Dr. O. R., 13 President of the College Lambert, Emma F., 23, 146, 171, 176 Professor of Mathematics Lambert, Lillian V., 20 Professor of English Lambertson, Dr. F. VV., 20, 162, 142 Professor of Public Speaking Lantz, Dr. C. VV., 25, 166 Professor of Biology Lillehei, Dr. I. L., 22 Head of the Department of Languages and Professor of French and Spanish Luse, Dr. Eva May, 30 Head of the Department of Teaching Lynch, S. A., 20 Head of the English Department M Mach, George R., 23, 137 Assistant Professor of Commercial Education Mayfield, Alpha, 24, 190, 193 Instructor in Music McCuskey, David, 27, 240 Instructor in Physical Education for Men Mead, Dr. F. N., 33 Health Director and Professor of Physical Education Mendenhall, L. L., 27 Head of the Department of Physical Education for Men Merchant, Dr. F. D., 22 Professor of Latin and Greek Michel, Dorothy, 26 Instructor in Physical Education for VVomen Miller, Edna O., 22 Assistant Professor of Latin Moore, Maude E., 26, 255 Instructor in Physical Education for VVomen Myers, julia Mae, 23, 137, 146 Instructor in Commercial Education N Nelson, Elizabeth O., 30 Instructor in Teaching Nelson, Dr. M. J., 14 Dean of the Faculty O Overn, Luella, 21 Assistant Professor of Home Economics P Paine, Dr. Olive, 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching Palmer, Harold G., 18, 173 Instructor in Manual Arts Patt, Bertha L., 18, 134 Professor of Art Paul, Dr. I. B., 39 Director of the Bureau of Research Peterson, Marna, 30 Associate Professor of Teaching Phillips, Dr. D. P., 19 Assistant Professor of Education Pollock, Annabelle, 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching R Rait, E. Grace, 30 Associate Professor of Teaching Rath, I-I. Earl, 25, 48 Assistant Professor of Health Education Read, O. B., 28, 136 Professor of Chemistry Reed, Leslie I., 14, 167 Dean of Men Richman, Luther A., 24 Assistant Professor of Voice Riehe, Dr. H. A., 19 Associate Professor of Education Robinson, Dr. George C., 29 Professor of Government Rohlf, Ida C., 20 Assistant Professor of English Ruegnitz, Rose Lena, 24 Assistant Professor of Piano Russell, Myron, 24, 195 Instructor in VVoodwind Instrument and Director of College Band Riggs, Sara, 29 Associate Professor of History Ruppel, Mae, 30 Instructor in Teaching S Sage, Dr. L. L., 29, 153, 154 Assistant Professor of History Samson, George VV., 24 Instructor in Organ Schaefer, Dr. Josef, 22, 141 Associate Professor of German Schneider, N. O., 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching- Scott, Dr. Winfield, 25 Professor of Agriculture Searight, Roland, 24 Assistant Professor of Violoncello and Orchestral Conducting Short, Thelma, 26 Instructor in Physical Education for VVomen sim, R. o., 23 ' Associate Professor of Commercial Education Slacks, John R., 19, 144 Associate Professor of Rural Education Smith, May, 19, 145 Associate Professor of Education Sorenson, Anna Mar.ie, 20 Associate Professor of English Page 262 Starr, Minnie E., 30 Assistant Professor of Teaching W W., 19 YValters, G. Smile- Myrtle M-y 30 Professor of Education Assistant Professor of Teaching Vgratson, E. En 23, 146 SU'fl3'Cl'y Hillel B-, 20, 173 Professor of Mathematics Associate Professor of Oral Interpretation Vvellbomy Dr. F. VV., 29, 174 Associate Professor of History T Vllesteg, C. VIQ., 23, 146 Pro essor o Mathematics Terry, Selina M., 20, 48, 177 VVhite, Doris E., 26 Professor of English Associate Professor of Physical Education for Thomes, Isabel, 22, 152 VVomen Associate Professor of Spanish and French Whitford, L. VV. 27, 242 'l'hompson, Dr. M. R., 29, 153 Instructor in Physical Education for Men Head of the Department of Social Science YVild, Monica R., 26 Todd, C. O., 19 Head of the Department of Physical Education for Associate Professor of Education VVOmen Wild, Anna, 42 U Head of the Clerical Division VVilcox, Dr. M. J., 19 Uffley, Marguerite, 25 Assistant Professor of Education Associate Professor of Geography lfvllmilffhl Alfa L-, 30 I Assistant Professor of Teaching VVolfe, Irving, 24 V Instructor in Music Van Ness, Grace, 26 Assistant Professor QQ... F-.444 Wlorks, Jan .. 'I i of Physical Education for VVomen iocml D I have Q '7'0'fed 4-1057 fllwrf' Qfeoa 72 you et, 3+ rector at the Commons dn qf ,, 17? evvucl . 'ffqvc you Aqyg 4 ve:-7 ,o6o-rant' -rofrvnev 686 ,qu 4 Page 263 6:21 QI . Tdis- -ae, AA-AL -ear '8"ool64, Iodi- tutlent Director A Abbev, Charlotte Laretta - Lovilia Abel,' .lack Daniel -- Cedar Falls, 137 Ackerman, Alfred Arthur-Seaward, Illinois Ackley, Marian Irene-Marble Rock, 71 Ackley, VVinifred Sophia - Marble Rock Adair, Ruth Lorraine-LeGrand Adam s, Erire Violet-Belle Plain Adams, Kathleen Sylvia-VVaterloo, 149, 219 Adam Adix, s, Theodore Roosevelt- Cedar Falls, 100, 130, 180 Erna K. - Guttenberg, 200 Ahlers, Verna Rosalene-New Vienna Ahrens, Verna Anne-Mitchell, 193 Akin, Akin, Ethan O.-Grundy Center, 211 Paul Larry - VVaterloo Albers, Vifilma Alberta - Royal Albrecht, Gertrude Rose- Sumner, 194- Alcori 1, Rhea Elvira-Rosco, South Dakota, 150 Alderman, Dean VVilliam-Brandon, 137, 244- Allem Allen, Allen, Allen, Allen A l l y n, Ande an, Mary Anne-Marathon, 131, 188, 226 Anne Haller-VVaterloo, 193 Mary Alice- Clare . Opal May- Stratford Ralph VVayne - Cleghorn, 211 Mrs. Margaret Marie-St. Olaf, 138 'sen Elsa-Cedar Falls, 193 I 7 Anderson, Axel-Des Moines, 215 Anderson, Bob Ray-VVaterloo, 21+ Anderson, Charlotte Luella - Otho Anderson, Clairce Marcella-Gowrie, 71 Anderson, Ida Mae-Imogene, 71, 151, 201, 228 Anderson, Imelda - VVaterloo, 219 Anderson, Joseph Bertrand-Ft. Dodge, 55, 189 Anderson, Kathryn Alice-Pringar, 222 Anderson, Madeline Marie-Boone, 55, 182, 254 Anderson, Maurene Charlotte-Garner Anderson, Merle Martin- I-Iawarden, 211 Anderson, Paul Edward - Grinnell, 212 Anderson, Ruth Evelyn- Cedar Falls, 55, 138, 179, 223 Andrews, Gladys Lavonne-Dallas Center Angus, Lillian Mildred-Bancroft, 150 Antes, Anna El.izabeth - Keota Appleton, ZeNita Burntett-Edgewood, 55 Arends, Gordon H.-Aplington Arends, Lena -Belmond Arns, Eleanor Julia - Doland, South Dakota Aschim Thelma - Decorah Asfahl, Ralph Sylvester-Riceville Atkinson, Frances Lucille- Slieilieltl, 183, 223 Atwood, Norma Laura-Armstrong, 188, 228 Auld, Auld, Max-Cedar Falls, 178 Virginia Floy-Cedar Falls, 223, 253 Aupperle, Donald Keith-Idaho Falls, Idaho, 152, 173, 189. 194, 195, 207 Aure, Garland Oswald -Bode Austin, Amy Ruth-Clarion, 145, 224- Axmear, Helen Marie-North English, 1-1-1- Azelti ne, Margaret Joyce-Cedar Falls, 55, 175, 187, 222 Bacon B Noel Richard-Randalia 131, 137, 195 Bacon, Royden S.-Randalia, 195 Bader, Lee Russell - Hawarden Bailey, Albert David-Cedar Falls, 136, 171, 172, 195 Bailey, Ranson-Cedar Falls, 169, 211 Bailey, Samuel David, Cedar Falls, 136, 175, 211 Bailey, Bethel Pearle-Cedar Rapids Baker, Annie Lucy-Clear Lake Baker, Beth Eloise-Cedar Falls, 138, 201 Baker, Harry Hilster-Mingo, 55, 211 Baker, Margaret LaVonne-jefferson, 148 Baldwin, Donald Carl -VVaterloo, 46, 14-9, 214 Baldwin, Pauline Lucille-Cedar Falls, 71, 227 Ball, Edwin Laurence-Nevada Ball, Nelle - Fairfield Ballentine, Margaret Jane-Janesville, 150, 226 Ballheim, Margaret Lucille-LaPorte City, 224 Balloun, Helen Margaret-Tama Bamesberger, Melvin Fus-Minden, 210 Bancroft, Helen Roberta- Cedar Falls Banks, Harold VVarren -Ames, 215 Bannister, Marjorie Arlene-Janesville Barber, Lois Maria-Hartwick, 71, 192 Barber, Natham Brainard-VVaterloo Barclay, Esther B.-Floyd, 144 Barger, Marjorie Alice-Swea City Barker, Donald VVidmer-Milton, 46, 55, 100, 137, 14-2 144-, 162, 167, 170, 214 Barnard Thelma Nadine-Cedar Falls, 137 Barnes, Lucile Maxine-Marcus, 192, 228 Barnes, Robert Lee-Cedar Falls Barnell, Mildred Elizabeth-Stewart Barr, VVayne Leon-Strawberry Point, -16, 137, 214 24-1- Barrett, Edgar L. - VVaterloo Barrett, Nina Grace-Parkersburg Barriger, Alta Marie-Cedar Falls Barriger, Roger VVinter-Cedar Falls, 55, 216 Barry, Howard-VVoodbine, 137, 211 Bartlne, Lois Ruth-Clemens, 193 Bartlett, Frances Alta-Story City, 144-, 192 Baskerville, Trevor Myles- Manchester Bass, Harland Adelbert-VVaterloo Bass, Ruth Kathryn-Dayton, 71 Bassil Elaine Dorthea-VVaterloo Beary, Dora Belle-Janesville, 137 Beavo, Joseph Andrew- Dike Beck, Inez Bergine-Kerkhoven, Minnesota Becker, Pauline Imelda-VVorthington Beckman, Arnold Henry-VValcott Beebee, John S.-Logan, 44, 100, 106, 167, 210 Beecher, Ruth Rebecca-Traer, 190 Beem, Lucille Mildred-Toledo, 193 Beery, Margaret Eleanor- Salem Behrens, Glenn VVilliam-Cedar Falls, 55, 21-1 Behrens, Ruth- Cedar Falls, 194 Belding, Leah Nadine-Bagley, 71, 151, 193, 229 Bell, Byron Earl -Toledo, 55 Bell, Lola jane-Linn Grove Bell, Russell -VVaterloo, 234- Belthuis, Lyda Carol- Parkersburg Beltz, Berneice Glyde-Indianola Beltz, Margaret Genevieve-Indianola Beltz, Vera Maye - Indianola Beeman, Loyal Newcomb-Randalia, 195 Benander, Albin Theodore-Pomeroy Benander, Carl-Pomeroy, 149, 191 Bender, Ruth Kathryn-Brandon Bennett, Roger Henry-VVaterloo, 55, 132, 170, 177 180, 194- Benson, Marian - Cedar Falls Bentley, Frank- Cedar Falls, 212 Benton, Fae Carolyn- Cedar Falls Benz, Maurine L.-Lawler Benz, Stanley Carroll-Charles City, 198, 203, 2-l-4 Berg, Emily Mildred-Mason City Berg, Minnie Margaret-Creston, 71 Page 26-1- Bergman, Rose-New Hartford Bergstrom, Richard-Cedar Falls Bergstrom, Madlyn-Cedar Falls, 204 Bernatz, Bernice H.-Spillville, 146, 170, 171, 182, 201 Berninghausen, David-New Hartford, 149, 167, 178, 9 11 Best, Barbara Vanette-Shell Rock, 71, 221 Beving, Phyllis Eileen-Aekley Bickley, Robert Crippen-VVaterloo Biegger, joseph Keith-LuVerne, 134, 195 Bigalk, 'Wilma Mae-Cresco, 45, 71, 192, 204 Bigelow, Priscilla Alden-Alden Birchard, Irma Louise-VVaterlon, 138, 193 Birchard, Ralph-Cedar Falls Bishop, Agnes Lucille-Elliott, 55, 146 Bishop, john Fletcher- Cedar Falls Bjork, Frances M.-Archer Bjornson, Alice Irene-Goldlield, 150 Black, Darrell-Cedar Falls, 212, 238, 247 Black, Ruth Elizabeth-Algona, 150 Blackmore, Verleen - Tingley Blake, Kathryn Ann-Belmond, 151, 190, 226 Blake, Merton Pl.-Volga City, 71, 214, 242 Blanchard, Don A.-Lone Rock Blanchard, Gordon -Lone Rock Blackwenn, Elsie Mae- Fenton, 71, 228 Blesie, Anna Grace-Renwick, 192 Blesie, Dorothy Evelyn-Renwick, 193 Blewett, Bernice E.-Meservey Blewitt, Ethel Mary-Schaller, 139 Bley, Esther- Cedar Falls Bliese, John Carl VVilliam-XVaterloo, 55, 131, 135, 141, 166, 170, 172 Bloker, Ray B.-Little Falls, New York Blossom, Margaret Alice-Algona, 55, 170 Blowers, Helen jane-VVaterloo, 55, 194, 229, 254 Blue, Donald H.-Cedar Falls, 234, 240 Blue, Dorothy Lucille-Cedar Falls Blum, Frieda D.-lrlampton, 137, 146, 170, 171, 182, 201 Blum, Lee - Hampton, 131 Boardman, Tom Harold-Cedar Falls-189, 212, 244 Boatman, Maurice VVilson-Nlontezuma, 55, 149, 169, 178, 210, 215 Boddicker, Bernice Sophia-Newhall. 71 Boddicker, Helen Maurine - Newhall Bode, Cora A.-Kesley, 55, 185, 253, 254, 255 Bode, Cornelious R. - Austinville Bodecker, Lorenz Louis-VVaverly Bodecker, VValter W.-VVaverly, 141 Boehmler, Genevieve Amanda-Cedar Falls, 55 Bohen, Helen Ruth -Marshalltown, 220 Bolton, Henry Arthur-VVaverly Book, Allan La Verne-Naperville, Illinois Boots, John Lyle-Iowa Falls, 216 Borden, Nadine-'VVaterloo, 192, 194 Borglum, Paul 1Villiam-Ionia Boslough, Naomi Ruth-Cedar Falls-225 Bontelle, Donald-Kensett, 195 Bovee, Victor-Sioux City, 55, 129, 131, 170, 214 Bowen, Nora Margaret-Cedar Falls, 184, 188 Bowen, Nevin Gordon- Cedar Falls, 242 Bowersox, Elizabeth G.-Cedar Rapids, 144, 193 Bowstead, Emerson-De1Vitt, 213 Boyd, june Elizabeth-Liscoinb Boyenga, Lucille Raena-Grundy Center ' Boysen, Paul James- Cedar Falls, 142 Bradley, Frances Evelyn-Newhall, 1.90, 194, 207, 228 Bragg, Margaret Evelyn -Ruthven, 192, 227 Bragonier, Lois Rebecca-Cedar Falls, 167, 188, 194, 222 Bragonier, Ivfarion J.-Cedar Falls, 48, 100, 141, 190, 212 Brakel, Margaret C.-Mason City, 137, 175, 185 Page 265 Branch, Geraldine May-Jewell, 144 Brand, Euna Maxine-Somers, 141, 193, 227 Brandenburg, Earnest-Bristow, 153, 163, 168, 195 Brandenburg, Ina Maxine-Bristow, 150 Brandriff, Francis Lucille-Modale, 71, 151, 192 Brandt, Frank Erwin -VVaterloo Branstrug, A. Arlene - Marshalltown Brant, Naomi Ruth - Oelwein Brashear, Anna Laura-Blockton Bratcher, Margaret Marie - Larchvvood Brauer, Albert H.-Keystone, 141 Brauer, Lois-Cedar Falls, 44, 55, 100, 142, 153, 154, 162,219 Brayton, Iva Marie- Manchester, 55, 138, 179, 218, 226 Breckenridge, Dorothy Mae-VVaterloo, 55, 219 Bredbenner, Novella Dorothy-Klemme, 144 Brennan, Marie Frances-Curlew Brennecke, Harry Edison - Hawkeye, 134 Briden, Preston V.-VVaterloo Briggs, Benita M. - Sumner Briggs, Shirley Jeanette-Brandon, 150 Br.inkman, Helen E.-Rolfe, 71, 176, 203 Broffe, Angeline Roselle-Cedar Falls, 166, 170, 207 Broun, Allen Errol -VVest Union Bronson, Steve Charles-VVaterloo, 214 Brooks, Beverly Ideil - Delmar Brooks, Charline Lillian - Clarion Broughton, Ruth Marian- Sibley, 190, 227 Brouhard, Erma Lucile-New Hartford, 193, 201 Brouwer, Francis Allen -Ventura, 238 Brower, Dorothy May-Mason City Brower, Isabel Alberta- Shel'l'ield, 55, 183, 252, 253, 254 Brower, Lloyd-Lake View, 190, 195 Brown, Arlene Lois-Afton, 55, 129 Brown, Carl R.-Cedar Falls, 71, 189 Brown Esther Irene -Lacona Brown, Gertrude Irene-Emmetsburg ' Brown, Helen Magdalene-Cedar Falls, 57, 146, 170, 171,223 Brown, Helene Josephine-Vvaterloo, 57, 87, 100, 128, 218, 219 Brown, Mary Elizabeth- Cedar Falls Brunner, Dorothy Abelene - Plymouth Bryan, Bernice-Red VVing Buchanan, jack Crowl - Waterloo Buchanan, Mabel Arlene-Northwood, 71, 193 Buck, Harriet Jane-VVaterloo, 219 Buck, Marjorie Rose-Rhodes-192 Buckmaster, Miriam I.-Dunkerton, 57, 182 Buekwalter, Florence-Laurens, 47, 169, 170, 177 Bueghly, Ada Marguerite- Conrad Bueghly, Keith Larkin- Con1'ad, 240 . Buffum, Hugh Price-Cedar Falls, 189 Buffum, Thomas Erwin- Cedar Falls, 189 Bugbee, Helen Virginia-jamaica Buis, Beulah Bell -Traer, 71 Bullin, Robert Emery-Peru Burch, Donald Edward-Pollock, South Dakota Burch, Leslie-Cedar Falls, 207 Burgie, Harvey S. -Vinton, 191, 194 Burns, Bernice Marie-Volga City Burns, Richard F.- Cedar Falls Burr, Letha Margaret-Lone Tree, 150, 192 Burroughs, Verna-Gilman, 151, 176, 192 Burton, Charlotte Ann-Waterloo, 190, 220 Burton, Virginia - VVaterloo Busch, Margaret -Ioan-Allison, 151 Buscl1, james F.-Sundance, VVyoming, 215 Busch, Pauline Margaret-Baldwin Buns, Beulah Neoma-Holland Byal, Margaret- Collins Byerholt, Marina Corrine-Ft. Dodge, 71, 151, 229 Byerly, Helen Louise-VVaterloo, 131, 176, 226 Byers, Helen Frances-Cedar Falls, 222 Byers, Raymond E.- Humeston, 57, 170, 207 Byrne, Frances Regina-Moorland, 138, 150, 199 Byrne, Margaret Mary-Moorland C Cade, Eleanor Mae-Oelwein, 226 Cakerice, Cecil Irville-Eldora, 253 Calderwood, Margaret Eloise-Traer, 138 Calhoun, John Harlan-Lake Mills, 215, 234 Calhoun, Lyss S.-Des Moines, 212 Calmer, jean Lucille-Manson Cameron, Ruth Janet-Eldora, 190, 194, 220 Campbell, Lorene Elizabeth -Cedar Falls, 57, 146, 170 171, 172, 182 Campbell, Merele Kenneth - Cleghorn Canakes, Pete George-Boone, 213, 238 Carlson, Lowe Burdell -Mount Union Carlston, Margaret Elvera - Galesburg, Illinois, 71 150, 227 Carmichael, Treva Jane-Hawkeye, 50, 193, 226 Carr, Maurice Leo- Malay, 212, 238 Carnitt, Dorothy Lenore-Soldier, 141, 148, 218, 227 Carroll, Norman Arthur-Stockton, Illinois, 191, 214 Carrothers, Donald Eugene-Masonville Carstensen, Leone Mable - Merrill Carstensen, Vincent Henry-VVaverly, 172 Carter, Raymond VVilher-Burt Carter, Richard Elmer-Grandview, 213 Casey, Ruth Arnett-Cedar Falls, 193 Caslavka, Gladys Helen -Clutier, 144, 193 Caslavka, Paul P.-Clutier, 47, 166, 194, 189 Cernin, Leona Elizabeth - Toledo Chalice, Margaret VVisdom - VVaterloo Chamberlain, Mildred -Hawkeye, 138 Chambers, Wlilliam Lee-Anderson, 57, 216, 234, 240 Champlin, John George-Iowa Falls, 214, 234, 240 242 Chapman, John J. - WVOolstock Chapman, John Oak - Clarion Chapman, Maxine A.-Woolstock, 137 Chapman, Thelma Letha - Aurora Cheney, Muriel-Nora Springs, 192 Cheney, Raymond W.-Greene, 240 Chester, Lana Alyce-La Porte City, 138, 229 Chesterman, Margaret Mae-VVaterloo , Chick, Arvillamae-Cedar Falls, 193 Chihak, Emma Ann-Cresco, 153 Cholick, john Paul -Colfax, 211 Christensen, Alpha Arvilla-Floyd, 71, 193, 194, 203 Christensen, Marjorie Alma- Dows, 71, 151 Christensen, Richard S. -Cedar Falls Chr.istenson, Margaret C.-Peterson, 221 Church, Gilbert-Rock Island, Illinois Church, Helen - Cedar Falls Clark, Helen Ardell - Harris Clark, Hugh Richard - Center Point, 47, 213, 240 Clark, -lean-VVaterloo, 190, 219 Clark, Robert Lyle-Lake View, 191 Clark, Thomas Evie-Galt Clarke, Beulah Louise - 223 Clarke, Russell William- Charles City Clausen, Marjorie- Stanhope Claussen, Alberta Joan-Schleswig, 45, 71, 176 Clemons, Vivian Louise - Clemons Cleveland, Zoe-Cedar Falls, 138, 184 Closson, Laura Turner - VVaterloo Closson, Mary Katherine-VVaterloo, 136 Clure, Dorothy Fern - Greenfield Cobeen, Beryl Anona-Manly, 73, 176, 194 Collin, Nelle E.-Rockwell, 190 Cohn, Ruth - Waterloo Cole, Dorothy Marian-Jefferson Cole, Lenore- Greene, 73 1 1 v Coleman, John VVilliam-Richland, 215 Collard, Victor Sylvan-Manchester Collentine, Beverly- 193 Collins, Raymond George - XVaterloo Collins, Wilma Phyllis-Marshalltown, 145, 193 Comito, Alfred Joe-Des Moines, 215, 234 Conery, Harold E.-Denison, 191 Conklin, Edith S. - Hawkeye Connell, Phil Edward- Cedar Falls, 142, 214 Conway, Forrest Gerald - Kensett Cook, Marjorie Louise-VVaterloo, 57, 134, 180, 253, 254 Cookman, Elise Frances - Clear Lake Coolidge, Lorraine Caroline-Edgewood, 57, 177 Coon, Eugene Benjamin-Des Moines Coon, Marjorie Joyce-Des Moines, 226 Coontz, Coralie-Waterloo, 138, 193, 219 Coover, Merton VVilson-Janesville, 57, 101, 149, 167, 183, 210, 212 Corbin, Katherine Louise-Cedar Heights, VVaterloo, 219 Corbin, Zada Davies-Cedar Heights, Waterloo, 73, 151 Cornelius, Alberta Mae - VVaterloo Cornick, Cloyd E.-Mt. Union Corton, Edward L.-VVaterloo, 131, 180 Cortright, Kenneth Earle-VVaterloo, 240 Cotton, jane Elizabeth- Cedar Falls, 229, 253, 254 Cover, Mabel Josephine-VVapello, 150 Covey, Mary Elizabeth-LeMars, 145, 222 Cowie, Helen E.-Cedar Falls Cowie, John A. -Cedar Falls, 44, 48, 167, 212 Cowlishaw, Grace Elizabeth-VVaterloo Cox, Anna Mae- Center Point Craig, Eunice Evangeline-Riverside Crawford-Ida Grove, 145, 222 Crosby, Roberta Jane-Clarksville, 144 Cross, Jerome R. -Cedar Falls, 141 Crow, Alice Hazel -Aurora Crummer, Eleanore Charlotte-Pocahontas, 192, 226 Cundy, Annabel Elizabeth-Cedar Falls, 192, 223 Cunning, Viola Mildred-Cedar Falls, 57, 137, 146 Curtis, Ethel Louise-Maquoketa, 73, 131, 176 Curtis, James F.-Maquoketa, 46, 57, 101, 142, 153, 162, 167, 212 Curtis, Robert Lynn - Greene Cutler, Cutler, Phyllis Ann-Cedar Falls, 47, 57, 219 Ross-Cedar Falls, 214, 247 D Dailey, Carleton Maurice-Cedar Falls Damman, Ruby Ann-Melbourne Dana, George E.-Manson, 57, 244 Dana, Thomas VV.-Manson Datisman, Edna Mae -Inwood Davenport, jean Elizabeth-Oxford Junction, 1-1-4, 200 Davenport, Margaret- Cresco, 222 Davies, Mable-Plymouth, 57, 153, 174 Davies, Mabel Irene-Chariton, 137 Davis, Armina Belle-Cedar Rapids, 57, 145, 148, 185, 192 Davis, Dorothy-Cedar Falls, 55, 198 Davis, Elizabeth Wymena-Cedar Falls Davis, Marcia-Milford, 139 Davis, Margaret Virginia-Manly Davisson, Alberta Florence-Hampton, 193 Dawson, Ruth-Rolfe, 57, 138, 166, 179, 207 Dawson, Velva Belle- Gilmore City Dayhoff, Harry Ellwood-College Springs Dean, Elizabeth Luch - Traer Dean, Marie Patricia-VVaterloo, 57, 152, 153, 154, 170, 174, 185, 224 V De Atley, Dave Thomas-Dallas Center, 191 De Bey, Albert Bevan-Orange City Page 266 De Bondt, Lanore M.-Newton De Buhn, Evelyn Lorraine-Alhert Lea, Minnesota, 150, 185, 193, 204 Deeker, Rex VVilliam - Hedrick De Griselles, Naveda-Linn Grove, 148, 204 Deitrick, Ralph H.-Des Moines de Jong, Hattie-Rock Valley, 200 De Jong, VVilma F.-Sully, 193 Delaney, Alvin Jasper-Wlatcrloo Delaney, Margaret Mary- Oxford Dellinger, Opal Louise-Rockwell City, 224 Deman, Loyae-214 , V I De Spain, James-Marengo, 214, 234, 2-H De Spain, Ralph Everett-New London, 195, 202 De Spain, VVillis Newton-New London, 189, 195, 213 Deters, Jolm Frederick-Rock Rapids, 212 Devine, XVilliam - Algona De Vries, Esther F.-Kesley, 73, 151 De Vries, Lenore Helen-Kesley De Vries, Richard Phillip-Parkersburg Diamond, Marian Frances-Cedar Falls, 184, 193 Dickerson, Frances VVright-Charles City Dierks, Norman VVilhelm-Jolley Dieterich, Mary-Grinnell, 189 Dilger, Verjean Mary-Waterloo, 193, 194, 221 D.illon, Emma-Gene Irene-Cedar Falls, 73, 190, 201, 221 Dinsmore, Dale Delhert-Hillsboro Dinsmore, Dorothy Jane-Sioux City, 219 Dippel, Le Nora Marie-Marion, 142 Dirks, Edward VVilliam-Grundy Center, 57, 137, 141, 173, 194, 195 Dismer, Marguerite Louise-VVaterloo, 202 Disney, Rhea Corinne-Des Moines Dix, Maynard D.-Cedar Falls, 212, 241 Dodd, VVinifred Alice-New Hartford, 193, 201 Doerning, Rosella Margaret-Graettinger Doherty, VVilliam Joseph-VVaterloo Dolan, Edward Thomas-Adair, 154 Donald, Verl Cain-Promise City, 57, 214, 242 Donelson, Josephine E.-Lu Verne Donovan, George Robert-Cedar Falls, 216 Doran, Theodore VVilliam-Grand Junction Dorsey, Emmarila - Vinton Dougherty, Loretta Mary-Conesville Douglass, Rodney James-Cedar Falls, 198, 202 Downey, VVayne M.-Grundy Center, 57 Dresser, Iola Darlene-Cedar Falls Drollinger, Janet Marie-Cresco, 228 Drydan, Marjorie Grace-Waterloo Duitscher, Josephine Mildred -Clarion Dunham, Doris Elizabeth-VVaterloo, 176, 183, 198 Dunkelberg, Jean-VVaterl0o, 89, 219 Dunn, Helen Hazel - Kingsley Dunn, Jerene Frances- Clemons, 73 Dunn, Juanita-Alta, 59, 192 Dyke, Katheryn Louise-Alton, 73, 190, 224 E Ealy, Margaret Jane- Belle Plaine, 137 Early, Lois Maxine-Dumont Ebel, A. James-WVaterloo, -I-8, 101, 136, 170, 173, 211 Ebersold, Raymond R.-Cedar Falls, 24-1- Ehert, Eleanore Elva - Northwood Eby, Jane Marie-VVaterloo, 192, 221 Eckstein, Geraldine Dorothy-Waverly, 228 Eckstein, Rosamond Valesca-XVaverly, 188 Eddy, Ruth Ann -Swaledale, 192, 227 Eddy, Virginia Maxine-Hampton, 190, 220 Eggers, Grilhn T. A.-Dubuque, 215, 238 Egli, Lawrence Theodore- Manson Ehman, Rose Mary-Boone, 141 Ehrensberger, Helen Gertrude-Preston, 193 Eickelberg, Lucille Esther-Cedar Falls, 73 Page 267 Eitmann, Lillie Marie-Treynor, 14-1- Elder, Jessie Elizabeth-Belmond, 144 Eller, Fern Olive- Hubbard Elliott, Elizabeth Christine -Hampton Ellison, Doris Arleen - Mt. Vernon Ellsworth, Gerald Hull -Bradgate, 212 Emery, James-New Hartford Emmel, Garnet Kathryn -Keystone Engebretson, Helen Blance-Ackley Engelkes, John Roland-Parkersburg, 191, 195 Engelman, Pauline Belle-What Cheer, 190 Eppelsheimer, Millicerilg Augusta-Plover, 73 Erb, Anna Mae-Rockford, 144 Ericksen, Margaret Ann-Cedar Falls, 138, 150, 18-1-, 188 Erickson, Ruth Ivadel -Nevada, 193 Erickson, Vivian Cecelia-Eldora, 137, 175, 226 Ervine, Isabel Matilda-Perry, 59, 148, 201 Erwin, Kenneth Merele-Kent, 215, 235 Evens, Margaret Gale-Shellsburg, 73 F Fairhurst, Earl Gifford-Cedar Falls Faris, Jerome Jesse-New Providence Farnum, Edgar Thomas- Fredericksburg Farrington, Alava E.- Swea City, 73 Farris, Dorothy Mae-Ellsworth Fought, Vernell Ruth-Laurens, 193 Faust, Alice Anne-Cedar Falls, 59, 175, 188, 225 Fawcett, D. Dolores-WVaterloo Fee, Virginia Kate - VVaterloo Feldman, Frederick VVilhelm-Cedar Falls, 173, 189, 194, 211 Feldman, Miriam Rose- Cedar Falls, 193, 229 Felter, E. Mae-Hawkeye, 192, 194 Fenner, Dorothy Mae -Independence Ferguson, Max B.-Oskaloosa, 195 Ferguson, Willa Rexine-Grinnell Fern, Robert Charles-VVaterloo, 214 Ferring, John P. - VVaterloo Ferriter, Mary Eileen-Marion, 73, 116, 142, 149, 162, 222 Fey, Violet Phyllis-Boone, 253, 254 Fidler, Angela Frances-Pierson, 73, 151, 183 Field, Margaret Virginia-Hawarden, 154, 219 Field, Le Nora Corretta -Joice Fikejs, Harold James-Traer Finders, Doris Marie-Marshalltown Finlayson, Donald E.-Waterloo, 59, 167, 177, 214 Finnessy, Austin Edward-Cumming, 154 Finnigan, Mary Joye--Mechanicsville, 73 Fisher, Violet-Elma Flack, Cecil Durward-Jefferson Flaherty, Robert Francis-Waterloo, 136 Flaks, Ruth Marilyn- Hinsdale, 47, 134 Fleming, Elizabeth Frances-Afton, 224 Fleming, Helen Virginia-Cedar Falls Fleming, Roger Wendell -Dinsdale, 242 Fletcher, James Lester-Cedar Falls, 59, 153, 154, 214 Flickinger, Beulah B.-Dinsdale, 59, 148 Flint, Lorena Leota - Bedford Flory, Earl VVayne-Kinross, 144 Floyd, Theressa Valene- Casey, 73, 151 Flygstad, Mildred Ione-Duncombe Flynn, Bernice Mae-Cedar Falls, 138 Fogdall, Asaph N.-Cedar Falls, 136 Fogg, Evelyn Adell -Indianapolis, Indiana Foster, Melvin-Preston, 134, 195 Foss, Merna Margaret-La Porte City, 135, 193, 224 Fowler, William Dorsey-VVaterloo, 136 Fowler, Robert Crane - VVaterloo Frampton, Faith Whittaker-Appleton, 134, 201 Frank, Helen Sarah-La Porte City, 73, 193, 225 Frankl.in, Violet Lenore-La Porte City, 128 Frazier, Ruth Arlene- New Providence Freeburger, Helen Lee-Sioux City Freeburn, Harry Daniel-Beaman Freeman, James VV.-Newhall, 189, 207, 211, 235 Freet, Aletha Norah- Cedar Falls, 142 Frerichs, Josephine- Grundy Center Fritz, Lillian VVeaver-Runnells, 139 Fry, Lois-Cedar Falls, 59, 146, 223 Fude, Marian Juanita - Cylinder Fuller, john Reginald-Cedar Falls Fuller, Marlyn L.-VVaterloo, 193, 194, 229 Fuller, Murrey VV.-Cedar Falls, 136, 194, 195 Fullerton, Ruth Lucele-Freeport, Pennsylvania, 201 Fulrath, Marianne- Savannah, Ill.inois, 150 Funk, Ed Charles - VVaterloo Funk, Helen Beatrice-Waterloo, 59, 135, 166, 183, Furry, Leroy VVood-VVaterloo, 59, 130,'177, 180 G Galbraith, Beulah Maxine-Marathon Galloway, Dorothy Elizabeth-Cedar Falls, 223 Galloway, Roger M.-Cedar Falls, 59, 214 Gardner, Gladys Annabelle-Stanwood, 192 Garvin, Catherine Gertrude-Marcus, 220 Gaskell, Ernestine Theresa-Belle Plaine, 59, 153 Geerdes, Henry Dean-Wellsburg Gentner, Rogena Agnes-Greenville, Ohio, 221 Gentry, Ruby May-Corning, 59, 183 Gentry, Ruth Eleanor- Corning, 183, 253 Gersema, George Russel -New Hartford Gertsma, Ruth - Lynnville Getchell, Bob VV.-Cedar Falls, 194, 195 Getty, Esther Ethella-Cedar Falls Gibbs, Geraldine Patizicia-La Motte, 73 Gibbs, Helen Margaret-La Motte, 73 Gibbs, Ruth Emily- Clarion, 73 Gibson, Bob C.-VVaterloo Gibson, Florence Lillian-Jesup Gibson, Marjorie Jane- Cedar Falls, 73, 91, 229 Gibson, Roberta Jane- Corning, 150 Gifford, Lucille Ruth-VVaterloo, 138 Gillam, Mary Io-VVaterloo, 219 G.illes, Dale Thomas-Osage Gilluly, George Trace-Rock Island, Illinois Gislain, Bernice Pauline-Kinross, 190 Gitt, Frances Lucile-Rock Island, Illinois, 59, 170, 175 Gleim, Edward john-Dysart, 189 Gnagy, Lloyd George-Cedar Falls, 235 Golf, june Elizabeth-Cedar Falls, 150, 204 Goodmanson, Martha Pauline-Story City Gordon, Lawrence David-Marion, 173 Gowman, Vopal Adienne-New Hartford Graber, Armin-Nashua, 189, 194- Graber, Lyle C.-VVaterloo Gradinger, David-VVaterloo, 46 Graff, Bertha R.-Geneva Grangaard, Olga-VVaukon, 73, 176 Grant, David-Oelwein,4-1, 59, 101, 1-l-2, 153, 162, 168 Grant, Robert VV.- Cedar Falls, 131, 214 Grawe, E. VVinifred-Nashua Greany, Edmund Duane-VVellsburg, 212 Greenfield, Ardythe Niaye-Sibley, 150 Gribben, Viva Mary-Mason City, 59 Grifiing, Meredith-Seymour, 149, 189, 195, 211 Guifiith, Fern -jesup Griggs, VVendell VValsh- Cedar Falls, 212 Grimm, Paul Carl -Delaware, 238 Grovert, Lola Rose-Newhall, 192 Gruis, Cena VVinnie-George, 150 Gump, Margaret E.- Cedar Falls, 149, 223 Gustafson, Ila Maye-New Hampton, 193 Gutz, Marcella-Pomeroy, 45, -l-7, 59, 102, 222 198 ,180 137, 167, Gutz, Marian Corrine-Pomeroy, 222 H I-Iaahr, La Vina C.- Cedar Falls, -17, 59, 102, 129, 149, 178, 229 Haaland, Marguerite Lee -Hubbard Hach, Clarence VVoodrow-Dysart, 131, 137, 180 Hackbarth, Earl Capellen-Hampton, 1-l-1 Haifa, Robert Penn-VVaterloo Hager, Alice Edith-VVaukon, 151, 193 Hahn, Lawrence-Lamont, 1-ll, 173, 189, 19-1-, 195, 216 Hahn, Walter - Lamont, 189 Haines, Guy Robert- Mystic Hairsine, Sarah Alma-Kasson, Minnesota, 73 Hale, Mildred Irene - Conrad Hall, Lois Elaine- Hubbard Halverson, Edith Minerva-Alta, 73, 151, 200 Hamann, Helen Melanie-Walcott Hamer, Lois Viola-Waterloo Hamil, Bessie Edna- Cedar Falls Hammill, Virginia-Cedar Falls, 135 Hanawalt, Harold David-Dumont, 173, 189, 195, 202 Hanisch, Arnold Edward-Laurens Hanna, Frank Gordon-Colfax, 59, 211 Hanna, Myrtle Marie-Lone Rock Hansen, Jean Ardis-Clarion Hansen, Norman-Elk Horn, 216 Hansen, Ted- Cedar Falls, 59, 170, 171 Hansen, Thelma Marietta -Armstrong Hanson, Lelah-Applington, 131, 138, 219 Harden, Edward Henry-VVaverly Harden, Richard Francis-Waverly, 59, 173, 194 Harman, Priscilla M. C. -Davenport, 193 Harmon, Dorothy Carol-Northwood, 192 Harmon, Eloise Jean -VVaterloo, 176, 194, 221 Harms, Ednabelle-Clear Lake Harp, John VVilliam-Inglewood, California, 215, 235 Harper, Ruth Mae--Randolph, Kansas, 75, 151, 203 Harrigan, Louise-Danbury Harris, Dorothy Evelyn-St. Charles, 59, 1-1-1, 207 Harris, Leland VV.-Thornton Hart, Elizabeth A. -Plymouth Hart, Randall C.-Belle Plaine, 59, 153, 15-1-, 167, 174, 214- Hauser, Dorothy Marie-Urbana, 75 Haven, Lenore Esther-Lime Springs, 137 Hawk, Lois Elinore-Cedar Falls, 131, 176, 180, 201, 203, 223 Hawks, Blythe L. - Cedar Falls Hays, Floyd Derwvood-Waterloo Heefner, Doris Hazel-Center Point, 75 Heeschen, Louise May-Davenport, 145, 148, 227 Heetland, Fern Carolyn-Ackley Heggen, William H., Jr.-Des Moixies, 195, 210, 215 Heidebrink, Angeline-Little Rock Heidkross, Eleanor- Sheiiield, 204 Heineke, Dorothy Alice-VVaterloo, 153, 225 Heinmiller, Dermond Rawlins- Ionia Heins, Ruth- Center Point Heiserman, Gladys Marie- Sumner Hekel, Bernadine Mae-VVinthrop Helgason, Harry Lawrence-XVallingford, 210, 214, 235 Heller, Esther Mae-Aredale Hellwig, Roland Arthur-Keystone I-Iemsworth, Mary Jean-La Porte City, 222 Henderson, Alfred Donald-Estherville, 141 Henderson, james Sharpe-VVinona, Minnesota Henderson, Paul G.-VVaterl0o Hendriksen, Marie S.-Audubon, 75, 131, 154, 200 Henry, Francis M. - Traer Henry, Robert Hayden-Traer, 189 Hentzol, Dehlia G.-Keokuk, 75, 151, 205 Herbstruth, Grant M.-Maquoketa, 191, 202, 212 Page 268 Hermann, Beatrice Helene - Vllaterloo Herrling, Helen Maylou-Charles City, 183, 252, 253, 254, 256 Herrmann, Roger Charles-VVaverly, 59, 153, 211 Hertle, Elfrieda Elizabeth-Vinton Hess, Cordella Marae-Scotland, South Dakota Hesse, Beverly Gertrude-VVaterloo, 137, 175 Heuring, Alvin Peter-Cedar Falls, 141 Heuring, VVilhelmine Mary-Cedar Falls, 138 Hewett, Edna Lucille-Mason City Hickle, Ethel Eliza-Greene Hickok, Marcia June-Ventura, 193 Higgins, Leo Robert-VVebb, 189, 195, 202, 203 Higgins, Ralph Austin-VVebb, 191, 202 Hill, Beulah Marie-Maquoketa Hill, Charles Eugene-Clarion, 59, 189, 19-l-, 195, 198 Hill, Lucille- 139 Hillerson, Dorothy B.-Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 150 Hillier, Margaret Lena-Charles City Hinshaw, Arvil James-Janesville, 191, 211, 2-I-5 Hinson, VVill.iam Henry-Waterloo, 195, 214, 2-l-7 Hoaltison, Irene Vaneta-Creston, 150 Hoekaday, Cleota Leonard - Davenport Hoelscher, Catharin-Hubbard, 61, 15+ Hoemann, Paul-Adair, 141, 235, 2-l-2 Hoepfner, Duane Edward - Randalia Hoepfner, Hazel Helen-Newhall, 75 Hoepner, Alyee Margaret-VVaterloo, 61, 1-l-3, 1-15, 185, 192 Hoffman, Berniece Marie-Independence, 192 Hoffman, Leah Elaine-Conrad, 75 Hogan, Ethel Catherine-Harlan, 14-4 Hogan, Matyne Elizabeth-VVaterloo, 75, 145, 219 Hoien, Bruce Fuller-Estherville Hollander, Elsahe A.-Schleswig Holliday, Everett-Toledo Holloway, Floye M.-Downey, 150, 229 Holmes, Lillian Margaret-Crawfordsville, 61, 149, 178 Holt, John Melvin - Northwood Hoovler, Ina Lucile-Renwick, 203 Hopley, Agnes Claudene-Omaha, Nebraska Horn, Florence Isobel -Des Moines, 61 Horning, Lucille Madalene-Audubon, 150, 224 Hovey, Chas. Louis-Jesup, 136 Hovey, Graham B.-Cedar Falls, 131, 194, 214, 245 Hovey, Marjorie Marsh-Jesup Howard, Barbara - Wlaterloo Howe, Gayle Elizabeth-Bedford, 61, 102, 128, 149, 218, 221 Howe, Lucille-Cedar Falls, 194 Hoy, Richard Louis-VVaterloo, 136 Hubert, Doris Cecilia-Salix, 150 Huberty, Bernice Ann - Dyersville Hudek, Marvin John-Rolfe Hudson, Floreine Margaret-Dougherty, 150 Hnggett, David Alvin-Cedar Falls, 75 Hughes, Pauline Godden-VVaterloo, 47, 138, 218, 220 Hughes, Rachel Ann- Cedar Falls, 220 Hulme, Arlo Ralph-Traer, 216 Humphrys, Helen Louise-Marshalltown, 61, 152, 177, 229 Hunerberg, Bob VV.-Parkersburg, 61, 213 Hunger, Arnold VVallaee-Burlington Hunt, Elaine Esther-Nashua Hunt, Irma Lucile-Earlville, 193 Hunter, Maxine Polly, Sloan, 253 Husselman, Joyce-Cedar Falls, 253, 25+ Hutchison, George-Lake City, 214 Hutton, Elliott Chas.--Marion, 195, 211, 238, 247 Huyser, Mae - Lynnville Hymans, Claryce Frances- Hull Page 269' Igou, Mrs. Jane E.-Cedar Falls, 194 Ihm, Marc-Guttenberg, 61, 102, 167, 214, 241 Ingebretson, Helen Irene - Thornton Irvine, Margarette - Dysart f Irw,in, David Francis-Rock Island, Illinois Irwin, Mrs. Lean Svendsen-Cedar Falls, 75 Iseminger, Edna Jane- Hudson Isley, VVilma Arline-Cedar Falls Iverson, Hubert W.- Cedar Falls, 214 J Jaeobs, Doris Elaine-Brandon Jacobs, Evelyn VVilberta-Walker Jacobs, Jeanne Virginia-Gladbrook, 136, 138, 192 Jacobsen, Arlene Ellen-Clutier, 224 Jacobsen, Uarda Vera-Dike, 150, 193 James, Bernice Whilhelmina-Independence, 176, 221 Jasper, Helen Jo-VVillow Lake, South Dakota, 169, 170, 225 Jay, Elnore-VVaverly, 145, 226 Jay, Lenore-VVaverly, 145, 226 Jellinger, Loren Bryce- Cedar Falls Jenkins, Betty McFarlane-Marshalltown, 150, 193 Jenkins, Herbert Milton-Waukon, 61, 210, 216 Jennings, Helen Jeanne-Livermore Jennings, Lloyd - Elliott Jensen, Doris Hertha - Sutherland Jense, Earl-Exira, 195 Jobes, Grace Lila-Melvin, 193, 227 Jones, Catherine-228 Johnson, Alvin Max-Graettinger, 61, 153, 169, 170, 177, 195, 210 Johnson, Charles Edward-Radcliffe, 195, 216 Johnson, Dorothy Elise- 193 Johnson, Gladys Elizabeth-Elliott, 148 Johnson, J. Clarine-Radcliffe, 200 Johnson, Mary Jo-Audubon, 224 Johnson, Ona Margaret-194 Johnson, Paul Adrian-Montezuma, 61 Johnson, Robert Joseph - Cedar Falls Johnson, Shirley Virginia-Missouri Valley Johnston, Mrs. Blanche Jennings-VVaterloo Johnston, Dan Richer-Waterloo Johnston, Glenn Robert- Chariton Jones, Catherine Murrison-Sioux City, 203, 198 Jones, Jeanette Bond-Ames Jones, Lester Orris-VVashington, 215, 235 Jons, Bernice Wilhelmine-West Side Jordan, Betty Ruth-VVaterloo, 149 Jordan, Warren-Riverside, California, 235 Judd, Melvin L. - Chariton Judge, Helen Agnes-Parkersburg Jungling, Gertrude-Parkersburg Junkermeier, Irene Mary-Ledyard, 192 Jurgens, Esther - Hampton K Kadesch, Richard Gilmore- Cedar Falls, 136, 141, 212 Kahler, Orville F.-La Porte City Kain, VVilliam Emmet-Algona, 171, 194, 195. 211 Kaiser, Laverne Bertha-Monona, 75, 190 Kalinich, Sophia-VVaterloo, 61 Kane, Rita - Oelwein Kann, Reithel Louise-Fairfield Kassel, Blythe Marie-Burlington, 151 Katter, Margaret Judith- Garner, 75 Kearns, VVilliam Perry - Waterloo Keeler, Clarence F.-Albion, 189 Keene, Lois Irene-VVaterloo, 229 Keeney, Mary Elizabeth - Plymouth Kehr, Marian-Manilla, 45, 61, 205, 207 Kelley, Kenneth Ralph-Ames, 216 Kellogg, Mrs. Delaine Elizabeth-Cedar Falls, 151 Kemmerer, Edward Taylor - Parkersburg Kenner, Susan Ir.is-Farnhamville, 150 Kensinger, Melvin Friend-Grinnell, 211, 2-12 Kenyon, Inal -Mallard Kepford, Bryan L.-VVaterloo Kercheval, Chas. Edgar- Rowan - 141 Kern, Mary Agnes-Cedar Falls, 138, 220 Kessler, Laureen Alberta-Radcliffe, 193 Kettler, Raymond VVilliam--Sioux City, 129, 141, 189, 211 Kettler, Sylvia Cecilia-Sioux City, 75, 151, 190, 227 Kiehl, Ella May-Mechanicsville Kiesewetter, Clara -Haverhill Killerlain, Robert Timothy- Fayette, 212 Kimberlin, Kenneth-Marshalltown, 61, 216, 239 Kincade, Irene Mildred-Seymour, 223 Kincade, Reva-Seymour, 75, 228 King, Gladys jane-Hubbard King, Margaret Lydia-La Porte City, 22-1- Kingsley, Florence- VVaverly Kirkpatrick, Bonnybel Mary'-Mt. Vernon, 61, 150 Kirkpatrick, Merlyn-Kinross, 198 Klaessy, Velva Lotus-Corwith Klemme, Elsie Caroline- Hubbard Kliebenstein, Alice M.-VVaterloo, 19-1-, 218, 225 Kline, Arline Nlary-Vvaterloo, 75, 139, 151 Klinkenborg, Anita R.-George Klinzman, R. Earl-Bagley, 236 Knapp, Marion Eve-Sibley, 200 Knapp, VValter NVill.iam-Cedar Falls Koch, Kenneth Frederick -VVaverly Koenen, lone Stiennette-Thornton Koestler, Raemond-Burt, 75, 150, 176 Kongsback, J. Quentin -VVest Bend Koopmann, Anita Mae - Dyersville Kornitzky, Ruth Anne-Cedar Rapids Kostlan, Mercedes Constance-Traer, 193 Kout, Irene-Ocheyedan, 150, 227 Kracalik, John - Forest Park, Illinois Kracht, Evelyn Louise-VVest Side Krafka, Arelene - Dysart Kramer, jean VVinifred -Fort Dodge, 61, 138, 18-I-, 207 Kramer, La Vern Mary-Hopkinton Krasche, VVilma Louise-Perry, 75, 151 Kremenak, Margery Blanche-Clutier Krieg, Harry james- Volga City, 46, 61, 67, 214-, 2-13 Krueger, Loney Lilly-Traer, 138 Krueger, Viola L.-Charles City, 192 Kruse, Etta M.-Little Rock Kubik, Lillian I.-Hudson, 75 Kuenstling, VValter George-XNaterloo Kuhn, Kenneth Paul -La Porte City Kuney, Katherine A.-VVest Union, 75, 220 Kurtz, Betty-Fort Dodge, 145, 219 Kurtz, Helen Graham-Cedar Falls, 61, 166, 222, 253, 255 Kurtz, Lois Helene - Prescott Kwolek, Florian Andrew-Hammond, Indiana Kyhl, Ruth Esther-Cedar Falls L La Dage, Beverly VV.-VVaverly, 211, 218 La Dage, Mary Gemella-VVaverly, 61, 170, 171, 192, 229 Laird, Hila Mae-Attica Lamb, Dorothy Mae-Cedar Falls, -1-7, 107, 1-1-9, 218, 222 Lamb, Eunice Ida-Rockwell City Lamke, Tom Arthur-Waterloo Lander, Palma Merle-Ellsworth, 200 Landsiedel, Lillian Esther-VVellsburg, 141 Lane, Dorothy Mildred-Roscoe, 75, 185, 221 Lang, Lucile Elizabeth Frances- Cedar Falls, 138, 141, 188, 225 Lang, Phyllis Marie-Remsen, 200 Lange, Billy Adelbert- Decorah, 21-1- Lantz, Mrs. Clara Amber-New Virginia Larsen, Anna Sophie-Schaller, 139, 176 Larsen, Clara Camilla- Cedar Falls LaRue, Charlotte Arnetta-Fairfield, 151, 193, 226 Lauer, Margaret Elizabeth-Creston, 75, 151 Lauer, Maurine L.-Mt. Union LaVelle, Kenneth Robert-Eldora, 215, 2-1-3 Lawler, Frances Rebs-New Providence Lawton, Milo-Hawarden, 149, 195, 211 Layne, Fay Maxine-VVebster City, 193 Leask, Margaret Elizabeth-VVaterloo, 61 Lee, Audrey Elizabeth-Hudson, 61, 188 Lee, Carrie Frances-Schaller, 205 Lee, Evelyn Odelia-Inwood, 75 Lee, Helen Odella-Radcliffe, 205, 207, 227 Leighty, Herman Daniel- Cedar Heights, 4-6, 21-1- Leners, Elizabeth Margaret-Irvington Lenius, Wilma Mathilda Marie-Brandon Lenth, Harlan XV.-Elkader, 61 Leonard, Lova R. - Belmond Leupold, Ruth Genevieve-Superior, 61, 169, 170 Leversee, Grace- Cedar Falls Levich, Marcella-Sioux City Lewis, Fern Elizabeth-Lakota, 139, 150, 193 Lewis, VValton Adams-VVaterloo Lichtenstein, Ellen Marie-Nashua, 137 L.idka, Aline Leona - Grinnell Liffring, Fredric Charles- VVaterloo Ligget, Lucile Anne-Nashua, 75 Ligouri, Frank Domonick- Des Moines Lillibridge, Merl Clarian-Greeley, 153, 15-1, 202 Lindberg, Florence I.-Cedar Falls Linder, LeVon-Kensett, 61, 1-1-9 Link, Gertrude Lois - Mt. Ayr Linnevold, Elizabeth Catherine-Decorah, 63, 220 Littell, Zona Mae-Waterloo, 193 Littrell, J. Harvey-VVaterloo, 63, 146, 170, 171, 172 Lively, Mrs. Elva Schartf-Le Claire, 1-14 Llewellyn, Mary-Cedar Falls, 77, 151, 205 Loats, Louella-Belmond, 63, 188 Logan, Dorothy Eleanor-Eldon, 188 Lohr, Clayton Howard-Lake View, 212 Lohr, Donald Ellis-Lohrville Lomen, Glendon-Cedar Falls, 63, 153 Long, Francis E.-Brooklyn, 63, 189, 195, 202 Long, Richard Alvah-Manchester, 245 Loomer, Gertrude - Spencer Loonan, Martha Elizabeth-Hudson Lorenzen, Ruth Lorraine - Rockwell Lortz, Kathryn Elizabeth-Millersburg Lothian, VVilma Pauline-Palmer, 150, 193 Loughman, Dorothy Marie- Corydon Love, Eloise-Garner, 138 Love, Miriam - Garner Loveland, Betty M.-Janesville, 137, 138, 192 Lovell, Mrs. Alice Owens-Cedar Falls Lovell, Lyle Alfred-Atlantic Lowe, Corienne Marie-Letts, 137, 192, 228 Lowrie, Jvone Elizabeth - VVaterloo Ludeman, Carol Elaine-Mason City Ludeman, Lois Irene-Mason City Lundby, LeVohn Vivian-Ridgeway Lutjen, Margaret Clara-Stanhope Lyons, Emory I.-Fort Dodge, 195 Lyons, Oscar David-Everett, Ohio, 63, 167, 175, 180, 199, 211 M MacDonald, Eleanor Lucille - Scranton MacKay, Archie David -Waterloo Page 270 MacLean, Florence Virginia-Rock Rapids, 77, 188 Madison, Ruby M.-Ringsted, 62, 190 Madsen, Vera Julianne- Cedar Falls, 223 Mak, Kathryn Marie-VVaterloo, 138 Malloy, Rita Mae- State Center, 77 Mamminga, Arthur F.-Grundy Center, 63, 154 Mangold, Marjorie Pearl -Ryan, 47, 77, 226 Mannetter, Regina L. - Elma Manning, Alice E.-Newton, 63, 135, 188, 220, 25-lf Manship, Norman -LeGrantl, 239, 243 Margadant, Betty -lane-VVaterloo, 47, 138, -221 Marion, Isadore-Grundy Center Mark, VVayne- Clinton Marson, Irene Ella -VVaterloo, 150 Marsh, Dale Eugene-Marble Rock Marsh, Marian Elaine-Greene, 192 Marshall, Beauford Campbell - Des Moines Marshall, Harriett- Glenwood Marshall, Helen Louise-Sibley, 176, 227 Martin, Helen Jeannette - Aurelia Martin, Robert VV.illiam-Colfax, 142, 195 Martin, Mason, Margaret- 170 jack Lewis - Kellogg Mason, Lois Virginia-Cedar Falls Mason, Marguerite Irene-Reinbeck, 193 Mason, VVilliam Howard- Plainfield Mast, Elizabeth-Cedar Falls, 129, 1-l-9, 190, 205, 207, 223 Masters, Opal Lulah-Dunbar, 63, 153, 154 Masterson, Ardyce- Cedar Falls, 48, 222 Masterson, james Elmer-Cedar Falls Mather, Mary Alice-Laurens, 193 Matthieson, Frances Anne-VVaterloo, 138 Mauer, Eloise Margaret-Le Mars Maurer, Darwin T.-Renwick, 189, 210, 212 Mauser, Frances Elizabeth-VVaterloo, 77, 221 Mayer, Suneva-Emery, South Dakota, 77 Maynard, Myra Lillian- Hawarden Medberry, Doris Marie - Marshalltown Meekam, joseph VVayne- Cedar Falls Meier, Cecil Jerome - Tripoli Meikle, Earle-Oelwein, 63 Meindl, Irene Mary-Carroll, 63, 183, 252, 253, 256 Mellem, Virginia Lenore-Northwood, 77, 151 Melohn Eleanore Kathtrinc olley , L 1 T ,-J p Mengel, Frances Kathryn- Mission, South Dakota, 190, 219 Mentzer, Betty-Cedar Falls, 145, 228 Merkel, Leona May-Marion, 201, 253 Meyer, Cyril joseph-Elkport Meyers, Maryann K.-Eldora Middlesworth, Mildred -Mount Ayr, 77 Mielitz, Mary-Kathryn-Cedar Falls, 63, 188, 225 Mikkelson, Norman-Montour, 129, 166, 211, 241 Miller, Bonnie May-Clinton, 151, 227 Miller, Donald B.-Hillsboro, 63, 153, 154, 170, 198 Miller, Velma Marie-Norwalk Miller, Vern E.-West Bend, 214, 243 Miller, VVilson Franklin-Liseomb, 191 Mills, Elizabeth Emily-Mason City, 190 Mimbach, Robert Anthony-Hutchinson, Minnesota, 211 Miner, George VVillard-Cedar Falls Minium, Howard Ervin-Colesburg, 77, 189, 195 Minnis, Roy Barker-Riceville, 141 Misner, Dave Edward -VVaterlco Mistele, Geraldine Ann-VVate1'loo, 185, 253 Mitze, Mary Lou-Cedar Falls, 47, 63, 102, 109, 149, 170, 223 Moates, Thomas Henry, Ir.-Red Gak Moeller, Burdette Edward-Cedar Falls Mohr, Melvin Joseph - Preston Moline, Galdays E.-Arthur Moline, Irene I. M.-La Porte City Momyer, D. Maxine-Knoxville Moninger, james Adams- Marshalltown Montross, Emma May-Millersburg Moon, La Veta Maybelle-Cedar Falls, 77 Moon, Thelma Mildred-Afton, 192 bflooney, Mary Margaret- Harpers Ferry Moore, Dale E.-Springville, 63, 169 Moore, Ivan Mareene-Wadena Moore, Lynniel Arthur-Plainfield, 195 Morehouse, James Arthur-VVaterloo Morell, ,Tune Elizabeth-Virginia, Minnesota, 253, 254 Moritz, Ralph Gordon -VVaterl0o, 173 Morgan, Dorothy Alice - Tabor Morris, Robert O.-Nashua, 189, 194, 195 Morris, VVilla - Fairfield Morsing, Emma-Clinton, 77, 131, 176, 180, 193 Moser, Mrs. Elizabeth Eighmey-VVaterloo Moulds, Henry-VVaverly Mueller, Carl Henry-VVaterloo, 194 Mueller, Evelyn Marie-Sutherland, 220 Mueller, Ruth Gladys-VVaterloo, 63, 150, 194, 205 Mueller, Virginia-Cedar Falls, 63, 207 Mueters, Kenneth Lowell-Spencer, South Dakota, 63, 189, 214 Mtlgge, Dorothy June- Sutherland Y Mulcay, Mary Patricia-VVaterloo, 184, 193 Mullens, Arthur VVilliam-Cedar Falls, 131 Munger, Hubert Harry-Cedar Falls MllTPI1j', Florence Lou-Monona Murray, Vernon James - Lohrville Musser, Margot-West Union, 145 Mussman, Frederick Edward - Vinton Myers, Lillian Edith-Cedar Falls, 136, 137, 170, 171, 201 Mc McCabe, Keith Allen, Naperville, Illinois, 215, 236, 239, 245 202 Nliller, Miller, Miller, Doris Corrinne - Nashua Dorothy Helyn-Marcus, 77, 141 Durwood Douglas - Hampton Miller, Eloise - Olin Miller, Esther Borotlel -Parkersburg, 138 Miller, Esther Lois-VVaterloo, 194 Miller, Miller, Gladys Marie - ,Iesup Hilda Elma-Rock Valley, 63, 169, 170, 171, 185, 192, 200 McCabe, Robert James-Naperville, Illinois, 191 McCague, Gwendolyn-Marshalltown, 45, 77 McClelland, Jack VVillard -Clarion, 211 McClelland, Tom N.-VVaterloo, 215 McConnell, Lucille Kathryn- Decorah McCormick, Pauline-jefferson, 77, 190, 186 McCurry, Edna Mae-Goldfield, 192 McCutchan, Dorothy May-Des Moines McDonald, Ellenor Virginia-VVaterl0o, 150, 220, 192 Miller, Ida Louise-Anita, 77 Miller, Leila Asenith-Reinbeck Miller, Lucy ,layne-VVaterloo, 253 Miller, Maxine A.-Ruthven Miller, Merle Delight-XVaterloo, 183, 201, 253, 254, 258 McDonald Lucile Mary - Aurelia McDoniels, Maxine Mildred-Harris McDowall, Helen L. - Gladbrook McDowell, Helen -Hampton, 137, 201 McDowell, Lavonne - Hampton, 77 McDowell, Marjorie Beth-Hampton, 151, 77 McDowell, Robert Arthur- Grundy Center Miller, Neva Henerietta-Latimer Miller, Roger Fredric-Fayette, 63, 212 Page 271 McElhinney, Elizabeth-Buckingham, 137 McElhinney, Naomi Jane-Buckingham, 201 McElroy, john Robert-Waterloo, 1-1-1 McEvoy, Kathryn Ann - Central City McFadden, Margaret-Letts, 77, 151 McGeachy, Berniece Jeane -Bristow McGee, Virginia Louise-Kansas City, Missouri, 137, 135, 193 McGowan, Marion lone-Goldfield McGrath, John VVilliarn - Clarion McGrath, Thomas R.- Clarion McGregor, Lucille Mary-Nashua, 77, 192, 201 Mellrath, Charlotte Lois-Laurel, 139 McKim, VVauneta june-XVaterloo McKinley, Marjorie Berniece - Brandon McKinney, Olive B. - George, 14-1- McKitrick, Helen Emerson-Cedar Falls, 193, 223 McLaughlin, Loyola Genevieve-Belmond McMahon, Kenneth XV.illis-Laurel, 191 McMillan, Helen Florence-Hudson, 188 McMillin, Ruth Marie-Dunkerton, 77 lV1CNabb, Reva 10151 -Britt, 63, 138, 179, 201,203 McNabb, VVm. Keith-Cedar Falls, 194, 195, 24-7 McNabb, Verla Gene -Britt McNally, Pauline Mary - VVaterloo McNally, Rupert Charles - Cascade McNamee, Goldie Anna- Hartley, 151 MCNLIIY, Verl F. - Goodell McRoherts, Doris Evelyn- Green N Naber, Clara Celene-New Vienna Nafus, Lucile Latham-Nashua, 19-1- Nasby, Violette Eileen- Cedar Falls, 77, 20+ Nash, Edwin A. - Nichols Natvig, Davis- VVaterloo, 211 Nay, Doris M.-Cedar Falls, 224 Neary, Florence Lucille-Treynor, 1-I-4 Neff, Edith Elizabeth-Brooklyn, 134, 170 Nelsen, Alberta C. - Alden Nelson, Alfred Kenneth, Dolliver Nelson, Bernadine Matilda-Alta Nelson, Herman L.-Harlan, 135 Nelson, Kenneth-Cedar Falls, 195 Nelson, Lewis- Cherokee Nelson, Lyman T.- Clarks Grove, Minnesota Nelson, Mary Margaret-Marshalltown, 192 Nelson, Melvin C.-Nevada, 236 Nelson, Ramona L. - Ottosen Nelson, Raymond Lloyd-Ottosen, 149, 195, 212 Nemeck, Josephine Veronica-Pocahontas, 137, 227 . Nervig, Kathryn Eleanor-Slater, 77, 193, 200 Newcomer, Margaret Frances-Newburg Newhall, Florence L.-Radcliffe Newman, Peggy-Waterloo, 77, 176 Nichols, Mary Elizabeth - VVest Liberty, 145 Nichols, Orville- Hemet, California, 102, 21-I-, 236, 2-l-5 Niederman, George I. -Reinbeck Nielsen, Effie Eleanor-VV aterloo Nielsen, Valborg Ruth- Cedar Falls Nissen, Nora Louise-Renwick, 192 Nordin, Helen - Gowrie, 188 Norclskog, Genevieve- Cedar Falls, 190, 219 Norem, Curtis B. - Humboldt Norr.is, Pauline May-Cedar Falls, 193 Northurp, Muriel Mae-Fairbank, 148 Nus, Loren Roger-VVaterloo, 189, 213 Notting, Donald Howard-Grinnell, 63 Nygren, Anna Marie-VVaverly, 145, 221 Nyhan, Raymond Carl -VVaterloo Nykvist, Esther-Cedar Falls, 79, 221 Nykvist, Ruth- Cedar Falls, 221 O Obcrheu, Theodore F.-Waverly O'Brien, Gene- Volga City, 210, 214 O'Connor, Agnes Cecelia-Dike Oelrich, Carolyn G.-Hull, 79, 151, 176, 190, 201, 203 Oelrich, Dorothy A.-Hull, 170, 188, 201 Oleson, Helen Marguerite-VVebster City Oleson, Anestel -Cedar Falls, 152, 18-1-, 201 Oleson, Julano Hildegarde-VVaterloo Olin, Terry B.-Wadena, Minnesota, 108, 215, 236 Olsen, Katherine Muree-Kimballton, 79, 136, 176 Olsen, Lloyd-Cedar Falls, 136, 194- Olsen, Virginia Mildred-Cedar Falls, 138 Olson, Carrie Alice-Calamus Olson, Eleanor Bernice-Radcliffe, 193, 200 Olson, Marian Lorraine-Spencer, 221 Olthoff, Peter-Cedar Falls, 63 O'Malley, Elizabeth Ann-Madison, 1fViscosin, 219 O'Ne.ill, Margaret Teresa-Lawler Orbell, George Herman-Randalia-213 Orms, Dorothy Ackley- Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 79, 201 Orsinger, jane-Waterloo, 223 Ortmeyer, Carl Edward-Charles City, 191, 202 Osgood, Dorothy-Sheldon, 201 Ostergard, Ardell -Cedar Falls, -l-7, 65, 175, 223 Ostergard, Genevieve Cathrine-Cedar Rapids, 223 Ostrem, LaVern Stanley-Gilbert, 215, 141, 243 Ott, Bernice Ora-Tama, 1-l-9, 228 Ott, Helen Elizabeth-Fredericksburg Otterman, Elizabeth Rodney-Toledo, 205, 207 Overgaard, Gunnar Svoger-Cedar Falls, 136 P Padovan, Edna Lena-Numa, 79 Padovan, Mary Lucille-Numa Palmquist, Marion Eleanor-Smithland, 138 Palmquist, Marjorie Jane-Smithland, 65, 152, 170, 228 Pankow, Leanna Viola-Spragueville Park, Bob Hallowell -VVaterloo Parker, Genevieve E.-Grundy Center, 150, 193 Parker, jane Ann - Manly Parks, Marlys Mae-Allison Parr, Marian Gladys-Vinton, 192 Parrish, Eva A.-Blairsburg, 65, 169 Parrott, Jessie Dorothy-VVaterloo, 128, 219, 256 Parsons, Doris Lucile-Belmond, 188 Patterson, Hannah Maurine-Stratford Pease, Hugh-Colfax Peck, Clifford L.-Cherokee Peck, Don James-Cherokee Pedersen, Francis Marian,-VVaterloo, 136, 166, 171, 172 Pedersen, Jessamae M.-Alta, 65, 171 Pederson, Elmer George-Bode, 239 Peitersen, Agnes-Elk Horn, -17, 79, 200, 227 Penly, Don H.-Waterloo Penly, VVilliam John-Waterloo Perfect, Ruth E.-Avoca Perrin, Mrs. Edith Shanks-VVaterloo, 65, 138 Perrin, VVilliam Dudley-VVaterloo Perry, Hartsel Martin-Osceola, 65 Perry, Kenneth Irvin-LeGrand, 211 Perry, Mable Jane- Fontanelle Peter, Frieda Louise-Waterloo, 144-, 176, 18-1- Peter, Leona Georgia-Alexander, 137 Peterman, Gayle Mary-Belle Plaine, 45 Petersen, Evelyn Hanora-Graettinger, 138 Petersen, Henry-Cedar Falls, 65, 140, 170, 171, 172 Petersen, Katherine Emilie-Turin, 201 Petersen, Lester E.-Alta, -l-6, 65, 103, 167, 172, 198, 211, 236 Petersen, Martha B.-Cedar Falls, 138, 176 Peterson, Dorothy jean-Granite Falls, Minnesota, 193, 222, 253 Peterson, Eleanore - Essex Page 272 Peterson, Esther Geraldine-Vtlaterloo Peterson, I'1enr.ietta Mae-Slater, 193 Peterson, Hyacinth M.-Gowrie Peterson, Lillian Lucile-Stanton Peterson, Mardell Alice-VVaterloo, 129, 194 Peterson, Sadie Geneva - Clarmont Peterson, Thelma 'Fheressa-VVaterloo, 229 Pfalzgraif, Blanche Aline-VVaterloo Phares, Elzina Viola-Cedar Falls Phillips, Mrs. Helen E.-Le Mars, 79, 151 Phillips, Margaret Silvia-New Sharon, 193 Phillips, Mary Lowesa -Otho Phipps, Verna I..-Boone Pieracci, Rosalie ,loan-Ankeny, 79, 13-1- Pierce Pierce, Pinch, Gerald Devitt-Cedar Falls Pierce, , Lloyd Ralph-lVIanchester, 1-l-6 Robert- Cedar Falls, 195 Mary Sydney- VVaverly Ray, William Howard-Cedar Falls, 136 Read, Lila Maxine-Gladbrook Reading, Rall M.-Churdan, 79 Reager, Eleanor-Lisbon, 150 Reaney, Edith Eutie-VVaterloo, 188, 194, 227 Reckler, Helen Ruby-Newton, 193 Redmayne, Horace VVaIter-Inwood Reece, Noa Loyd-Eldora, 215 Reed, Ina Evelyn-Peterson, 79 Reed, ,lane-223, Springville Reed, June Carlisle- Cresco Reeves, Stanley Butler-Cedar Falls, 247 Reinking, Vernice-Le Mars Resitrolifer, Ruth Elizabeth-Le Claire Rench, Bernadine-Rockwell City, 129, 149, 177, 198, 218, 224 Renk, Mary Lou-VVaterloo, 188, 219 Renner, Martin David-La Porte City Resseguie, Edna Mae-Laurens Pines, Frances Geneva-Waterloo, 219 Pines, Vivian Mae-XVaterloo Pingel, Raymond A.-Spencer, South Dakota Pink, Vivian Louise-Bulialo Center, 150 Pinta, Doraine Ardell-Manly, 79, 151, 221 Place, Helen Leile-Cedar Falls, 227 Plager, Beulah Belle-Grundy Center, 79, 151, 179 204 Plank, Helen Ardis-Independence, 203 Plumb, Leona Alice-VVapello, 150, 190 Plumly, Madge Naoma-Springville Pohlmann, Herbert Charles-VVaterloo Poitevin, Frances-Dow City Poitevin, Grace Harriet-Dow City Polderhoer, Emmett Burger-New Hartford, 135 Pollock, Florence Irene-Elma, 1-1-4 Pollock, Keith Kenyon - Garner Pond, Martha Alice-VVaterloo, 201 Pool, Melvin Simeon-Ocheyedan, 65, 154, 174, 191 Popp, Elton Albert-Hudson Poppenheimer, Charles VVesley- Milford Porter, Robert Crandall-VVaterloo, 135, 169, 202 Pospichal, Evelyn Dorothy-Elam Pratt, james YVilliam-Colfax, 65, 166, 211, 245 Pratt, Lloyd-Cedar Falls, 195 Prilipp, Ruth Gladys- Meservey Primrose, J. Gaylord-Grundy Center Prior, Marjorie Evelyn-Cedar Falls, 65, 183, 253 254-, 255 Prottengeier, Kathryn Louise-Charles City, 183, 253 254 Pruess, Alma Dorothy-Lowden, 193 Putnam, Gretchen Rose-Deep River Putnam, Helen-Eldora Q Quacla, Evelyn Elizabeth-Charles Quick, Mina lllene-Prole Quinn, Frank Kenneth-VVaterloo Quinn, Madonna J.-Algona, 138, 220 Qnire, Dorothy Francez-Lynnville, 65, 183, 252, 253 254 R Rabe, May Minnie-New Hampton Rube, Minnie May-New Hampton Raftis, Veronica Eileen- VVadena Rahe, Catherine G.-Bancroft Rahn, Charles F.-La Porte City, 79, 15-1- Ramage, James David-VVaterloo Ransford, Amy Aurealia-Eagle Grove, 47, 65, 183 253, 25-I-, 256 Ransom, Hal C.-Ionia, 191 Ransom, Harland - Ionia Rasmussen, Madlyne Adel-Goldfield Rath, Clara Mae-Cedar Falls, 220 Page 273 Reyelts, Helen Louise- Hull Reynolds, Jean Beverly-VVaterloo, 176, 180, 194 Rhoads, Elizabeth-VVaterloo, 79, 151, 219 Richardson, Glenn Earl -Martinsburg Riehtsmeier, Lillian VVilhemina Sophia-Dumont Ridenour, Edwin YVilliam-Garrison, 195 Rider, Carleton Albert-Gilmore City Rider, VVendell J.-Traer, 173, 177, 180, 189, 194 Rieger, Eleanor Marie-Lisbon, 150, 227 Riekena, Raymond-VVellsburg Ries, Ruth Marie-Waterloo, 185, 224 Riggs, Harold Kenneth - Hudson Rike, Viola Lavon-Titonka, 79 River, Yvalter Hardy-Riceville Rizzo, Marie Loretta-1.Vaterloo, 138, 221 Roberts, Genevieve Grace-Royal, 227 Roberts, Pearl Virginia-Mason City Robertson, Margaret-La Porte City, 224 Robinson, Clyde I. - Correctionville Robinson, Esther Ida- Castana Robinson, Gretchen Maria-Runnells Robinson, Mary Elizabeth-Waterloo, 138, 224 Robinson, Monica Marie-lVIuscatine Robinson, Ruth E.-Kensett, 149, 193, 201, 225 Roeder, Andrew Porter-Rockwell Rogers, Everett Dale-New Providence, 211 Rogers Rutherford David-Jesup, 149, 150, 167, 170, 177, 214 ' Rohwer, Mildred - Ida Grove Rokenbrodt, Floyd VVilber-VVallingford, 65, 214, 236 Rollins, Richard P.-Fredericksburg, 212, 24-3 Rose, J. Margaret-Cedar Falls, 153, 205 Rosenberger, Rachel Vivian-Cedar Falls, 65, 192, 194 Roskamp, Jane-Grundy Center Roskens, Gladys Etta-Everly, 144 ' Roskens, Lillian Anna-Everly, 144 Ross, Dorothy Elizabeth-Hornick Ross, Homer Emil-Doon, 141, 195 Roth, Gwendolyn Elise-Cedar Falls, 65, 224 Roth, YVilma Ione-Cedar Falls, 44, 79, 103, 151, 190, 220 Roth, Velda-Cedar Falls, 220 Rothlisberger, Coronel - Elgin Rouse, Elain Florence-Brandon Rousseau, Pauline Janet-Estherville Rowe, Lois-Cedar Falls Rowley, Robert-Seaton, Illinois, 195, 213 Royer, Lois Marie-Kingsley, 79 Ruby, Lloyd Chauncey-Sheldon, 194, 195, 202, 203 Ruby, Robert B.-Sheldon, 194, 195, 202, 203 Ruggles, Mildred Theodosia-Birmingham, 93, 150, 223 Runkle, Jerry Chloyd-Pisgah, 137, 191 Rupp, Matlde L.-Urbana Russell, Joseph James - VVaverly Rutherford, Eileen - Greely, 79, 176 Ruthven, James A.- Ruthven Ruwe, Geneva Doreen - Cedar Rapids Ryan, Mary ' C. - Ryan S Sacquety, Irene Miriam-Holstein, 184 Sadoff, Frances-Clarion, 79, 136, 176 Sadolii, Jacob Cooper-Clarion, 65, 170, 172, 189, 195, 202 Sandberg, Ronald Ira -Hampton Sander, Anna Mae-Muscatine, 1-I-5, 204 Sanders, Margaret Rebecca-Cedar Falls Sarchet, VVoodrow VV.-Algona, 195 Sarchett, Virginia Helen-Center Point Sarchett, Vivian Elenora-Center Point Sarver, Neta Erma-Rose I-lill, 193 Sayers, Orville Robert-Blairstown, 212 Scanlan, Merle Leslie-Cedar Falls Scanlan, Jane A.-DeVVitt, 79, 176, 199 Scarpace, Lorraine Eleanore-Cedar Falls, 129, 137, 199,221 Schaa, Frances Angeline - Ashton Schaefer, Eleanore La Vonne-Hampton, 193 Schaefer, Lawrence C.-Waterloo, 189 Scheel, XValter - Vilaterloo Schildreth, Alma Ruth - Reinheck Sehill, Clarke-Harcourt, 216 Schlampp, Violet Mae-Dumont Schlensig, Faith Ione-Pocahontas, 201 Schleuter, Syrita Pearl-Cresco, 79, 176 Schmelling, Stanly James-Suring, VVisconsin, 202, 203, 245 Schmidt, Bernard Arthur-Ft. Dodge, 236 Schmidt, Elna Maria-Cedar Falls, 1-14- Schmidt, Robert Rowland-Cedar Falls Schmidt, Russel Allen-VVaterloo, 1-11 Schmidthuber, Irene Helen-Emmons, Minnesota, 79 Schmitt, Geraldine M.-Alta, 190 Schnahle, Marjorie Elleyn- Des Moines, 1-I-9, 218, 228 Schoenjahn, Helen Laura-XVestside Scholz, Lumilda Maria-Guttenberg Schrader, Clarence Harry-Burt, 241 Schrader, Gail Aimee-Charles City, 19-1, 21-1- Schrody, Leo J.-Cedar Falls , Schuchert, Richard Ray -Keystone Schuhart, Virginia Grace-Osage Schultz, Ida Luella-Cedar Falls, 193, 19-1- Schulz, William Carl-Naperville, Illinois, 215, 237 Sehupbaeh, Marie Mabel -Elgin Schwab, Lois A.-Greenfield, 192, 221 Scott, Everett Hoxie-VVatex'loo, 131, 2-l-3 Scott, Ray Albert-Clarion Scott, VVinston I'I. -VVaterloo Seahury, Lueile Mae-Pisgah, 79, 151 Seaver, Llovd-Nora Springs, 65 Seefeld, VVilma Alma-St. Ansgar Seger, Dora-Cedar Falls, 227 Seifert, John Edward-DeVV.itt, 199 Seltenrich, Charles Philip-Cedar Falls, 65, 173, 19-1, 195, 214 Semm, Martha Augusta - 1Vaterloo Severance. H. Judson -Grundy Center, 195 Severin, Betty Rose- Cedar Falls, -I-7, 65, 1-l-2, 1-l-9, 223 Sexton, Eileen- Decorah, 150, 227 Shaw, Annis Lurile-XVaterloo, 192, 19-1, 228 Shaw, Marjorie Irene-Guthrie Center, 79 Sheker, Erma Annette-Stenen, Saskatcliexvan, Canada Shelgren, Charles E. Jay- Gilmore Ci'y Sherhurne, Lavonne Delight-'NVaterlco Sherman, Donald Earnest-Cedar Falls Sherwood, Ronald I-Ienry-Rockwell, 191, 211 Shettle, Byrdeen Margaret-Jefferson, 138 Shockley, Herhert - VVaterloo Shoemaker, May Elizabeth-Carlisle, 81, 151 Short, Hattie Zoe-Cedar Falls Shover, Irene Emma-I-Iopkinton, 81, 151, 192 Siebring, Margaret Clara- Little Rock Silence, Mary Jane-Cedar Falls Sill, Berea Clecla-Paton, 150 Silver, Flora VVilma-VVaterloo, 65, 131, 149, 178 Simmon, Jeanette Leone-Des Moines, 252, 253, 254 Simms, Clara May-Grundy Center, 145 Simons, Opal Aldora-Latimer Simons, Merle Eileen-Ireton, 81 Simpson, Barton-195 Sims, Velma Jane-Clarion Sirianni, Frank John- Marshalltown Skilling, Roberta Agnes-Algona, 192, 227 Slaughter, Robert Earl-Waterloo, 171 Sloan. Jean Kathleen-VVaterlco, 131, 149, 176, 222 Smalling, Raymond Howard-Janesville, 65, 211, 236, 239, 243 Smiley, Mary Locke-Dallas Center, 81, 151, 193 Smith, Ardys K.-Waterloo, 220 Smith, Catherine Marie-Cherokee, 138 Smith, Esther Louise- Meservey Smith, Evelyn Louise-Riceville, 193 Smith, Glenn Delbert-Keota, 211 Smith, John Henry-New Virginia, 65, 136, 1-16, 170, 171, 172, 150 Smith, Keith Thomas-Oelwein Smith, Leona Frances-Correctionville, 13-1-, 193, 201 Smith, Leona May-Alyjona, 139, 1-l-S Smith, Lucy Fern, Superior Smith, Marjorie Naomi-Victor, 223 Smith, Paul A.-YVaterloo, 65, 1-12 Sm.ith, Ralph Sheridan, Jr.-Grundy Center, 191, 212, 24-6 Smith, Roy Spencer-Harcourt, 1-1-6, 216 Smith, Sheldon Fabriek-Cedar Falls Smith, Vada Maurine-Rippey , Smith, Valera Evelyn-Algona, 193 Snell, Leland Kenneth - Plymouth Snyder, Frank VV.-VVaterloo, 210, 215 Snyder, Mary Jane-Manchester, 14-2, 162, 220 Soe, Jens Folmer-Kimballton, 136, 216 Sorensen, Jennie Amanda-Cedar Falls Sorensen, Raymond E. -Plymouth, 153 Sornberger, June Marie-XVaterloo, 152, 18-1- Spalding, Mary Helen-VVaverly, 219 Specht, Luella K.-Hartley, 148 Spears, Earl Stanley-Cedar Falls Spears, Raymond - Cedar Falls Speck, Carl-VVaterloo, 246 Spetldy, Elizabeth M.-Allison Speer, John Millard-Cedar Falls, 67 Speers, Rachel Dorwin-Cedar Falls, 138 Spence, Lois Lorraine-Laurel Spence, Marjorie Lucile-Atlantic, -16, 67. 183, 254- Spensley, Esther Jeanne-Aurora, 150, 193 Sperry, A. Aleen-Jolley Sperry, Esther Lucille-Cedar Falls, 13-1-, 129 Spies, Vera Magdelena-Dunkerton, 138, 184 Staack, Maurine Oiiica-Waterloo, Cedar Heights, 223 Stainbrook, Gordon VValz -VVaterloo Stainbrook, Gerald Emerald-Brandon, 21-1- Stanbrough, Gerald VVayne-VVhitten, 191 Stannard, Earl Elmore-VVadena, 137 , Stapleton, Mary Elizabeth-Battle Creek, 1-1+ Stark, Lora Alice-Grinnell, 81 Starr, Dorothy Mae-Volga, 138, 288 Starr. Jeannette A.-Eldcra, 137, 226 Stauffer, Dorothy Eleanor-Greene Stavenhagen, Glenn - Victor St. Clair, Leonard Randall-Conrad Stebens, Bertha Frances-Mason City, 67, 134, 138, 179 Steele, Eugenia Pauline-Gray Page 274- Steeves, Lucia Miriam - 1Vaterloo Steinberg, Gunther-XVaterloo, 211 Steiner, Stcnder, Stephen, Stephen, james- Dubuque, 215, 24-1 Alice Ruth - Massena Orrin-Cedar Rapids VValter- Cedar Rapids Stephens, jean Katheryn - Colfax Stephenson, Betty Ann-Austin, Minnesota, 253 Stephenson, Ruby Fern- Fostoria, 150 Stetzel, Ruth Herriott-Cedar Heights, VVaterloo, 67, 95, 103, 149, 170, 178, 218, 223 Stetzel, Sidney VV. - VVaterloo Stezler, Lola S.- Kellerton Stueben, Leone Charlotte-Rockford, 188, 194 Stevens, M. Clorine-Sumner Stever, Harlan E.-Red Oak Steward, Helen Lucille-Xvaterloo Stewart, Stewart, Edward Everett-Burt Lawrence Raymond-Des Moines, 67, 166, 167, 195, 198 Stewart, Nadecn Dorothy-Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 150, 226 Stewart, VVallace-Banning, California, 21-L, 237 Stierler, Maggie-Little Rock Stiles, Mary Frances-Cedar Falls, 138 Stillman, Mary Verona-Emmetsburg Stine, Mildred Mae-Dana Stirm, Mabel Luella.-Brandon Stoddard, Edith Margaret-hlesup, 1-1-9, 190, 222 Stoddard, Mary Elizabeth-VVaterloo, 145, 176, 219 Stoeber, Oliver Henry-Armstrong, 67, 153 Stogdill, Shirley Elizabeth-Bloomlield String, Virgin.ia-VVaterloo, 67, 149, 221 119, 189, Stookey, Flora Louise-Palo Stout, Donald VVakefield-Cedar Falls, -I-6, 237, 239, 246 Strachan, Margaret Viola-Humboldt, 193 Stracltlsein, Leona Anna-Lowden Strahorn , Mildred L.-Ackley Strain, Bernard Leon-Dunkerton, 189, 195 Stratman, Gertrude - Terril Streeter, Dorothy Ann-Cedar Falls, 149, 219 Streeter, Marjorie Paulene-Cedar Falls, 81, 219 Streeter, Virginia-Cedar Falls, 67, 138, 254 Stribley, Vernon-Correctionville, 67, 166, 211, 239, 246 Strifert, Luverne Eileen-Rochester, M.innesota, 67, 229 Stroehel, Alberta Lois-Waterloo, 67, 132, 170, 177, Teisinger, Ramona Alice-XVaterloo, 201 Telecky, Frederick julian-Ely, 214 2 Telleen, Myrtle E.-Gowrie, 152, 176 Templeton, Mary Elizabeth-VVhiting, 190 Tesch, Reuben August- Mitchell Tesser, Lela Mae-Grinnell, 139 Test, Faye Florence-Paullina, 81, 227 Thalman, Anita Marie-Cedar Falls, 67, 188 Thalman, Lowell L.-Cedar Falls ' Tharp, Adele Jeanne-Waterloo Theisinger, Leslie Paul-Cedar Falls Thierman, Mildred Elizabeth-Waterloo, 67, 137, 146, 170, 171, 182 Thomas, Lois Luanna -Meservey Thompson, Alice Anna Belle-Newell Thompson, Dorothy Bernice-VVaterloo, 135, 166 Thompson, Ellen Redmond-Marshalltown, 138 Thompson, Leon A.-Grandview, 312 Thompson, Margaret Jane-Nlarshalltown, 201, 225 Thompson, Valera Ardis-Truesdale, 151 Thompson, Viette Lenore-Lansing, 150 Thomson, Margaret P.-Moline, Illinois Thorne, N. Ferne- Glidden Thornton, John Finley-Wlaterloo Thornton, Thomas Francis-VVaterloo, 136, 141 Thulin, VVinifred Marna - Stuart Tietjen, Aletha Marie-Alta Vista, 193, 200 Tigges, Alberta-Peterson, 45, 137 Timmons, Lloyd Earl-New London, 195, 213 Tindall, Mabel Frances- Graettinger Todd, Harriet M.-Monona, 222 Tolan, John J.-Fonda, 215 Tomke, Joseph Richard - Clarion Tooker, Joyce Juanita-Merrill, 150, 193 Tookey, George Frederick-Rodney, 67, 149, 178, 199 Torrence, Robert Melvin-Estherville, 215, 237 Touchae, Lawrence Albert-VVaterloo Tow, Alice Marie-Marion, 227 Townley, Jay Vernon-VVaterloo Townsend, Howard 11.-Waterloo Townsend, Mildred Josephine-Parkerslnirg Traer, Marcia Esther-Vinton, 81 Trible, Arlene Ruby-Rockwell City, 81 Trunnell, 'XVava H.-Wlaterloo, 44, 136, 138, 14-1 Turner, Elizabeth Ann-Leighton, 139 Tuthill, Dorothy Hoyt-Minneapolis, Minnesota, 201 Tutt, Marion Ruth-La Porte City, 193, 227 Tye, Beulah Belle-Orange City 180, 229 Strohbchn, Leigh -VVaterloo, 247 Strong, Albert LeVerne-Plover Strunce, Gaylen I'Iarry-Creston, 19-1, 211 Studebaker, Irene Louise-Belmond, 81 Studt, Paula-VVaterloo Stull, Lucile-VVaterloo, 153 Stuntz, Helen Margaret-Greene ' Suter, Frances H.-Sibley, -15, 142, 163, 170, 223 Sutton, Eliza Ester-Plymouth, 201 Svendson, Mildred Evelyn-Castalia, 193 Swanson, Ellen Carolyn-Red Oak, 81, 200 Swanson, Hazel Louise-Gowrie, 188 Swanson, Helen Evelyn-Fort Dodge Swift, Loretta Mae-Graettinger, 4-5, 81, 188, 222 Sydness, Mary Evelyn-Slater Synhorst, Donna Audrey-Orange City T yl e r, Bonnie L.-Macedonia, 150 Tyler, Margaret- Ames, 192 U Umbaugh, George Thomas- VVaterloo V Vaala, Ethel 1VIae-Lawler, 228 Vaal Vaile, Lucile Eloise- Sioux Van a, Ovey Natvig-New Hampton, Buskirk, Vera Maude-Ottosen 211, 241 Rapids, 139 Van Deest, Wayne S.-Cedar Falls, 149 Vandenburgh, Margaret I.-Armstrong, 188, 201 Vanderwilt, Frances - Knoxville Van Van Dorn, Rornane Elton-VVaverly Dyke, Vilma S.-Allison, 190 Van Evera, Elinor Nlae-Davenport Van Hauen, Marcella-Shell Rock Van Van Van Varc Ness, Grace-Cedar Falls Voorhis, Clara Maude- Conrad VVechel, Mildred Eileen-Orange e, Artheda Ma1'ie -Bristow City, 81, T Tackaherry, Gwen-XVaterloo, 67, 219 Tatum, Dorathea E.-Nora Springs, 192 Taylor, Arla Ruth-Newton, 193 Taylor, Dorothea VVilma-Akron Taylor, Gordon Salisbury-VVaterloo Taylor, Thomas james-VVaterloo, 212 Page 275 Vaupel, Virginia Moir-Vinton Veit, Doris Evelyn -Lansing Verploegh, Russell A.-Tingley, 212 Vidak, Florence E.-New Orleans, Louisiana Viga rs, Margaret Alice-Algona, 134, 254- Vinall, Anson-Newton, -I-6, 67, 103, 137, 214, 246 Vinall, Letha-Davenport, 67, 97, 188, 222 Vinall, Roy-Newton, 67, 103, 130, 137, 214 Visser, Iola H.-Bussey Volherding, Edward Fred - Dike Vorhies, Edward-Mason City, 212 Voss, Frieda Paula-Shellield, 148 Vrzalc, Clara Rose - VVaucoma Wlagner, W.inola Margaret-Faulkner, 192 XViebers, Mel.itta-Beresford, South Dakota Vtliener, Merle Oliver-Cedar Falls, 191 YViese, Marjorie Virginia-Mt. Auburn, 150, 193 VVilcox, Alice Ann-Perry, 193 W ilcox, Pauline Margaret-Monmouth, 67, 183, 252, 253 Wlild, Dorothy Vee-Janesville, 1-I-5 VViler, Grace Evelyn-Cedar Falls, 67, 188, 194, 223 VViler, Ruth-Cedar Falls, 194 Wilhite, Ellen Emma -Keswick XVilkinson, George VVoods-Laurel, 195, 202 VVilkinson, Greta Millicent-Sheldon Vllilkinson, Robert Elzworth-Mt. Ayr XVakeman, Pliillis Alberta-Otho, 81 VValgren, John-l'larcourt, 215, 246 YVallace, Catherine Elizabeth - De-VVitt YNalsh, Katie Elizabeth-Hampton VValsl1, Mary Louise-Riverside YNalshire, Mary Rita - Mechanicsville VValters, Anita Lee-Prairie City 'vValters, Ester Delilah-Quasqueton WValters, Mary Antoinette-Stanwood, 150, 228 XVamsley, Marjorie Louise-Clarksville VVangler, Marie Yvonne-YVaterloo, 135, 141, 174 YVard, Isabel Alice-Cedar Falls, 190, 229 VVardell, Doris Jessie - Oelwein Warner, Bruce-Alden, 67, 210, 241 VVarsaw, Alice Katherine-XVaterloo, 253 VVassam, Edgar F. - Hudson XVaterbury, Mary Elizabeth-VVaterloo, 145 Vt'atkins, Howard Keith-Bayard, 131, 137, 191, 216 Wlatson, Dorothy E.-VVaterloo, 1-l-1, 225 XVear, Mary Loretta-Persia, 81, 180, 199 VVeatherwax, Kenneth Chester-Ocheyedan, 215 WVeaver, Paul Raymond-Ellsworth, 195 XVebbeking, Laurene WVilma-VVaterloo VVeers, Willis Tietjen-Elma, 195, 215 VVillard, Rosella Ruth -Albion VVilliams, Churchill T.-Dallas Center VVilliams Gretchen Lucille - Brandon I VV.illiams, Margaret Ester-Birmingham, 192, 223 184, VVilliams, Mary Frances-Waterloo YVilliams, Paige Sidney-Cedar Falls, 141, 176, 192, 194, 226 Xvillits, Mary Elizabeth-Mt. Pleasant, 153 VVilson, Dorothy Jenne-Spencer, 81, 151, 193 VVilson, Dorothy May-Waterloo 13-I-, 180, 194, 226 Wilson, Ernest M.-Waterloo, 136 Xvilson Mary Jane - Ferguson VVisby, Mildred Jeannie-Cedar Falls Wise, Catherine Omah-Cedar Falls VVitmer, Helen Lois-Tipton, 67, 223 WVitt, Margaret Eloise -Keystone VVoleott, Helen Mardell-Malcolm, 81 Wloldan, Lucy M. -Ridgeway XVolf, Louis T.-Hampton, 213 YVolfe, Dorothy Ruth-Cedar Falls, 138 VV0lfe, Francis Roger'-Waterloo, 195 XVolfe, Mrs. Gladys Arns-Cedar Falls YVood, Marian Francis-Cedar Falls, 144, 229 YVegand, Nadine - Greene VVehrhan, Marie - Allison VVehrle, Ruth Marie - VVellman VVeihe, Murtis Estella-Postville, 188, 19-1-, 205, 207 VVeires, John Michael-VVaverly, 211 VVeisert, Harry Francis-VVaterloo VVells, Harriet Mary-Austin, Minnesota, 81, 151, 228 Welton, L. Evelyn-Oskaloosa, 81, 151 Wlengert, Joyce Eleanor- Colo WVenner, Ed. Robert, Jr. - VVaterloo Yveresh, Andrew Anthony-Colfax, 67, 103, 128, 135, 166, 167, 199, 246 XVerner, Kenneth Richard-Allison,.216 Vilescott, Gwendolyn-Hampton, 81, 176, 180 'xVest, Blanche Marie-Laurel, 139, 193 XVest, Charles Arthur-XVaterloo YVest, Doris Naomi -Malcom, 184 NVest, Lovola Fern- Clarksville Xvest, Ruth Ellen-Laurel, 139 VVestfall, Harriet Laura-VVaterloo, 193 Weston, Mary Josephine-Boone Wlheeler, Leona Marie-Ames, 139, 207 VVhite, Roland XN.-Iowa Falls, 214, 237, 246 VVhitelock, Norton- Des Moines, 211, 237, 239 VVhitmore, Valoru Catherine-Stanwood, 67, 137, 200 VVhitsel, Joyce C.-Hampton, 142, 223 VViek, Helen Margaretta-Mt. Union, 150, 192 XVick, Ralph Edwin-Mt. Union Vllickersheim, John VVilliam - McGregor VVicltman, Evelyn Edris-Cylinder XVidmer, Ester Mae-VVayland VVidmer, Mrs. Ruth Josephyn -Cedar Falls YVood, WVendell Fredrick-Cedar Falls, 191 VVoods, Charles Dale-Meclianicsville XVootls, Luella Ione-Malcolm VVoodward, Annabelle - Lewis VVollard, Flossie Helen-Marshalltown VVoolverton, Adela-Cedar Falls, 142, 176 XVooten, Ruth Virg,inia-Boone VVorden, Mary Maxine- Dows XVorkman, Paul J.-Ferguson, 215 XVorley, Roberta Blanche-XVaterloo, 81 VVorthington, Lorraine Kay-VVaterloo, 194 XVright, Genevieve Maud-VVoodward XVright, Lucille Agnes-Spencer, 81, 193 VVurtzel, Inez Viette-VVaukon VVyant, Jean Crail-Xvaterloo, 219 Y Yantis, Lucille Pansy-Liscornb Yearous, Gladys May - Elgin Young, Evelyn Carrie-Nevada Young, Margaret Ruth-Cedar Rapids Young, Robert YVilbur-Iowa Falls, 237 Z Zehms, Evelyn Mar.ie -Knierim Zickefoose, Margaret Irene-Thornton Zilk, VVilda Adell-Riceville Zimmerman, Eleanor Mae-Vllaterloo, 148, 184 Zimmerman, Lois Arvella - Merrill Zimmerman, Margery Joy-Des Moines, 222, 253 Zintz, Miles Vernon-Corydon Zumaeh, Ella Eunice-Algona, 81, 176, 192 Page 276


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