University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)
- Class of 1939
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IOWA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA
CALVIN CHASE, Editor in Chief
LEO STROUP, Mdnoqinq Editor
EUGENE BOVEE, Art Editor
DR. E. J. CABLE
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Head of Science Department
Kappa, Sigma Xi and Tri Beta . . . on campus thirty-
two years . . . Wife a tormer student . . . cherry pie
his favorite dessert . . . Woodworking and raising
fancy tomatoes his hobbies . . . tarciiness his pet
College life is a series oi pictures-some hazy, some clear-
cut. Pictures oi registration confusion, l-lell Week night-
mares, pep meeting enthusiasm, smooth swing music,
homecoming frenzy, "Liloe" olating, committee meetings,
exam cramming, anol commencement finality-all this
shown in the pages of your l939 QLD GOLD.
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Presidents daughter comes home.
Recently released from the press comes a volume entitled "The
College Tourney," in which the author informs prospective stu-
dents concerning the total scene that lies before him. From the
standpoint of making one sense the joys of acquaintance with
human knowledge, the author has made a significant contri-
bution. That acquaintance with the arts and the sciences, and
the tools of a particular profession is a fact of Which an ad-
ministrator may never lose sight. As one looks back upon a
college career, it is for this acquaintance that one is most
thankful. Yet one's most pleasant recollections frequently
come from some trivial incidents only remotely connected with
the pursuit of knowledge. To preserve the memories of col-
lege life is the distinctive function of the college annual. The
editors of the l939 CLD GCLD have so truly caught the spirit
of their opportunity and responsiloility that for the students of
the lowa State Teachers College, the book might well loe
called, "The College Tourney."
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DEAN GE WOMEN-Miss Campbell takes upwards of one thou-
sand girls under her wing, finds work for them, keeps them from
getting homesick, and helps them lead normal college lives dur-
ing their stay here. ln fact, Dean Campbells office buzzes with
DEAN OE MEN-Dean Reed, likewise, holds a very important
position. Keeping nearly seven hundred fellows within bounds
is enough. l-le also assists in sponsoring college dances and he
acts as adviser to the lnter-Fraternity Council and to Men's Union.
BUSINESS MANAGER-lf you once possessed a Model T
that rambled right along, you might become business
manager some day. Mr. Boardman got his start that way
Now he wrests room rents and college fees from coinless
college kids! lt can be done, you know.
REGISTRAR-Mr. Larson keeps track of those elusive
credits earned at the institution and prepares interesting
little balance sheets. To careless students he may pro-
nounce, "Thou shalt not graduate! "
SUPEFHNTENDENT OE GROUNDS-Mr. Cole has some-
thing to do besides putting up signs that say "Please"
With the rapid strides he has made in the way of land-
scaping, he can take pride in a campus beautiful.
BENDER, DOUGLAS, SMITH, CAMPBELL, REED
The Student Welfare Committee is a
committee appointed by President
Latham "to advise the dean of men
and the dean of Women on all matters
pertaining to the general Welfare of
students." ln carrying out this purpose
this committee functions also as an ad-
visory committee to the student council
for projects on Which they are Working
or which they Wish to initiate. They
have been particularly interested this
year in helping the council in their
project of developing a point system
for extra and semi-curricular activities.
This committee is the one which select-
ed the list of student Who's Who from
a group of sixty candidates prepared
by the OLD GOLD. Dean Sadie
Campbell is ex-officio chairman and
Dean Leslie Reed is ex-officio secre-
tary. The faculty members Who are
elected for three year terms are Miss
May Smith, Mr. L. V. Douglas, and Mr.
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r. Denny expounds his 'pet' theory.
Cable and Miss Lambert verify
New Cborn November, l937D, the Faculty Senate has
the general responsibility for determining the educa-
tional policy of the college, subject always to the ap-
proval of the State Board of Education. The Senate is
composed of the heads of the l4 academic depart-
ments, and a group of lil professors, associate profes-
sors, or assistant professors elected by the entire fac-
ulty. The Senate meetings are open to all members
of the faculty, and the minutes of Senate meetings are
sent to all of them. Meetings are held at the call of
the President or Dean of the Faculty. The Senate was
created to replace the faculty in policy matters be-
cause that body's efficiency was hampered by its
rapid growth. However, the faculty as a legislative
body has not been discontinued, it is normally dor-
mant, but still can assemble and legislate.
Decorations for Homecoming.
Relaxation in the Rose Room.
Miss Peck entertains.
CE ALL SAD WORDS-Those girls who live in Bartlett
Hall are fortunate to be living in a dormitory with all
lcinds of conveniences. But they have their troubles!
There was the time when one of the fairer sex there felt
an urge to alter the furnishings in her room. She hailed
a neighbor to help. Manfully, they wrestled with cords,
and presto, out Went the lights in the reception room!
For ten minutes all was in blissful darkness! Was it
ten? No, just ra little tiny bit after. What a boon it might
have been for that 9:5235 goodnight. So We maintain
that-OE ALL SAD WORDS GE TONGUE OR PEN, Tl-IE
SADDEST AEE THESE ' " " WHERE WERE THE MEN ?
Musi have been cz miscue.
So thcxfs Where they get their clothes
Taking it easy.
EOR MEN QNLY-Some hundred bundles of brain
and brawn for Mrs. Madge Bock, director, to control.
Some hundred electric razors to start capering in
the midst ot a good radio program. Some hundred
beds to be slipped surrepitiously out ot rooms when
the occupants are absent from home.
MRS. BOCK, Direct
EOR HEAVENS SAKES-So said Seerley l-lall when
Baker l-lall stole its tug-o-War trophy. A ducking ot
the Balcerites was threatened. A general alarm
was sounded, but two diplomatic presidents de-
clared a truce. Later, the trophy Was returned at
the Men's Union dance in the fall quarter.
EOR PERFECT ElGURES-Baker l-lall tussles with
Seerley in impromptu football games beneath the
flood lights ot the campus. While the Baker Boys
do not expect recognition in Who's Who as the
greatest tootball squad ever known, neither are
they tearful ot Seerley usurping the honor!
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ready for the hop. Penny cmte. Boland
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HERE CCMES THE PARADE! What must Mrs. lasmann, director,
think of this? Paiama-clad-pedagogues-in-the-making start on
their nightly trek. No need to be disturbed, however, for it is just
a case ot those meanies at Baker Hall breaking in the Seerley tire
alarm. Seerley Hall wouldn't do that! Oh, no, no, not Seerley
Hall must have more real he-men than Baker Hall, as is evi-
denced by their victory in the tug-o-War this year. They also
must be more artistic, for they won the trophy for homecoming
decorations. incidentally, it was immediately placed under lock
and key. Seerley Swains aren't distrusttul of humanity, just
cautious. To many men on the campus, Seerley spells "Home,
Sweet Home" g to the women, it spells "Home of Eligible Young
Mirror illusion. MRS. IASMANN, Director
Stags, Miss Smiley kniis to relax.
Van de Water gets goodly portion. Tau Sigs around piano.
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"Some line!" she marvels. Soulfully, she searches the eyes of Big Blue-Eyed
Blond. Guilelessly, he spreads it on. Dancing at noons and evenings finds
them floating around the ballroom, lost in love's young dream. A smooth,
polished floor makes dancing at the Commons enticing.
"What a linel " he mutters. Hundreds of famished femmes and fellows crowd
the foyer. Hot, juicy steaks, vegetables, cool salads, and desserts, a la divine,
entice the collegians to the Commons Cafeteria.
"Not a line!" she mumbles. Sorrowfully, Bartlett Hall Beauty peers into an
empty mailbox at the Commons. Disgustedly, she turns away.
"Hold that line!" she -murmurs. Hurriedly the operator finds the room number.
Buzz-buzz-"Theres your party! By means of the Commons' switchboard,
Bartlett Hall Beauty is on the wire and Big Blue-Eyed Blond negotiates a date
for that all important week-end event for does he?D.
"Lovely Lines," they mention. Visitors praise the Commons building from
without and within. The commons, truly a thing of beauty and joy.
HO hum Hqghf Skips The masquerade isn't o
Hobbies Mirage? Miss Peck, director
lt's possible to study this Way.
Whc1t's the use? Miss Duncan, head librarian
" 'Two Women Before a Mirror' stumps mel" Students en route
to a study "date" or just to study puzzle over the modernistic cre-
ations ot artists or revive their interest in the old masters from the
pictures that cover the Walls ot the lower floor of the library. Be-
sides the large reading room and the general library there is a
fiction room tor those who have spare moments, a music and art
room tor the artists, a luvenile library tor the prospective primary
or grade school teacher, and an education room for the whole
population of the College. What's in the rooms? Hundreds of
books, besides tour-thousand new ones bought this last year.
Crcrming for tests.
Admiring the pictures in the 'Libe. Bill Richards picks cx bodk.
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Schoot under qtdsst P-rtrtod hronqht to 'towdt Turttes
exposed to eduodttont The conserydtory ts d trtpte
thredt tnstttnttont The new qreenhouse, Whtch wth
be GXXTXOSY "Ptdnted" tn two yedrs, oontdtns tour tob-
ordtortes, ot troptodt qdrden with two ptdnt houses
tor retuvendttnq sprtnq teyer tn wtnter, ond or work-
roorn to qtddden the hedrts ot tonddtnoy Burhdntcs.
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rvdtory s treshrnd
' recent Cot-
qdtned odrnpns-wide reooqnttton rn oi
teqe Eye tedtnre story.
Men. Your chotnce! By the summer of l94O there
will be room on the cgrnpus for two hundred ctnd
ninety-four more delights of cz rndn's eye. Putting
ctbout four hundred thousand dollctrs to work, the
new residence is being built in the some style ds
Botrtlett l-ldll. Looking with ctn eye to the future, the
ddrninistrgtion provided thot the new wing, west of
the present residence hotll for women, cdn be eX-
pcznded when necessity insists.
Bartlett Addition rises Desol .tion, or Worr And h h . led
cf t ey ou omother load ow y
Top Row: Sawyer, Graber, Quirin, Atkins
Second How: Ballou, Brouillet, Colburn, Cowan
Third Row: Cupp, De long, Fisher, Gilbert H N R
Fourth Row: Glade, Llewelyn, Kenderdine, Knostman, Kreussel
Fifth Row: Parrott, Schuchert, Shugart, Smith Tonsfeldt
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Second How: Lundquist, Hunt
' Third Row: Benz, Chase, Irwin
V Q Ll N H Li Fourth Row: Iordan, Riebe, Taylor
Each oi these heart throbs and sweet young things represents a soror-
ity or a fraternity. They decide how much lcindling rnay be used in
hell-week fires and how much the ilarnes may be fanned. Besides,
they supervise all parties and dances given by sororities and frater-
nities during the year. With Harry Schley and Eileen Sawyer as pres-
idents oi the two groups, the social organizations were active through- .
out the year. Behold the high and mighty rulers of the campus sister-
hoods and lorotherhoods. Page 34
ln an effort to stimulate interest in Stu-
dent Council work, this year's student
governing body, led by President loe
Beavo, initiated the practice of publish-
ing the Minutes of the Council meetings
in the College Eye.
The broad objectives of this year's Stu-
dent Council, were a more efficient stu-
dent government and a greater partici-
pation among students in campus activ-
ities. These objectives were carried out
by students chosen at large. ln the
Spring quarter a new permanent com-
mittee was added to investigate and in-
stitute school customs and traditions.
Again, Mothers Day, Homecoming,
Dad's Day, and a truly novel Recogni-
tion Day were supervised by special
committees of the Council.
Stand up and cheer for the standing com-
mittees! lt takes stamina to stand all
year on a committee! Doris Kirgis head-
ed the Organization Committee, which
produced a comprehensive plan to en-
courage wider student participation in
campus activities. Bigger and 'better
elections were a cinch with Andrew
Roeder at the helm of the Elections Com-
mittee. lnterest in lectures and entertain-
ment was greatly stimulated by Chair-
man Dorothy Wurtzer, while Catherine
Spooner, Social Life Committee chair-
man, efficiently kept the social cycle
whirling. loe McPherson, key man of
the Orientation Committee, deserves
much credit for "opening the doors" of
college life to bewildered Tutor Cubs.
Top Row: Beavo, Colburn
Second How: Lambertson, Bovee -
Third Row: Cross, Dycus
Fourth Row: Kendle, Mast, Pollins
t Iohn Cross, next year's president is interested.
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Feast your eyes on this galaxy of genius. Now you
are looking at the femmes who lead the women to
their places in college life. Many of the worries are
about Fannie the Frosh when she makes her col-
lege debut. After they get the wide-eyed newcom-
ers settled, they calm down to quite an ordinary
existence again. However, all is not lost, for there
are always important meetings to keep the officers
dashing. Social standards are regulated by a com-
mittee centering its attention on campus etiquette.
Another committee works on customs and tradi-
tions, in an effort to make the college something
more than just a collection of buildings. Senior
women who were outstanding in student and cam-
pus life, were honored this year at a special eve-
ning ceremony. An impressive induction service,
including a formal dinner, was on the schedule of
spring activities. Every woman student in Teachers
College automatically becomes a full-fledged mem-
ber of the Women's League when she matriculates
her first year.
Top Row: Lund, Kuoche, Brindley
Second Row: Boardman, Harman, Horqcm
Third RoW:. Iohnston, Kenderdine, McKe11ips
Fourth Row: Newton, Odlcmd, Shuquri, Smith
Top How: Olsen, Krcxfit
Second Row: Muir, Dix, Benz
Third Row: Bovee, Garrett, Legler
Fourth Row: Maurer, Pattee, Sims
With unprecedented vigor, the Men's Union, head-
ed by Roy Olsen, stepped in line with the College
program at the beginning of the l938-39 school year.
Aid to incoming Freshmen Was extended through
the efforts of Earl Miller, representative to the Stu-
dent Council Orientation Committee. An appeal to
all college men was made in September through the
Men's Union Play Day, featuring a Baker-Seerley
Tug O' War. Continuance of this fun fest is assured,
judging by its great success this year. Another in-
teresting activity, which Went over in a big Way,
was the conducting of several basketball broad-
casts-one at the Winter Dinner and the other dur-
ing a Saturday Night Varieties program at the Com-
mons. Eugene Bovee gave the body able represen-
tation on the Student Council. Delegates to the Stu-
dent Council's standing committees were Bob Pat-
tee, Social Life, and Dugan Laird, Organizations.
Both of these men are deserving of much credit for
their untiring efforts in assisting the respective
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Marr Emma of me Alumni
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RU t?tfAt.l QT? ALUMNI AWARE
Lost: one friend and his address. Where to find him? ln
the files of the Bureau of Alumni Affairs and Public School
Relationships. Any graduate complete with name, occu-
pation, date of graduation and whereabouts in the files
may be the one you are looking for. The Alumnus, which
roams around to more than fifteen thousands persons, is
the magazine which each term lets the world know about
some of the graduates and about the present state of af-
fairs at the College. The Bureau, five years old next Sep-
tember, helps to sponsor Alumni groups in Chicago, Oma-
ha, Los Angeles, and elsewhere. In addition, this Bureau
does field Work which includes the finding out of what
high schools think about the lowa State Teachers College.
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The Work of the Bureau of Publications is to put the name
of the Iowa State Teachers College on the map and keep
it there. Under the direction of Mr. George Holmes it
Writes, issues, and does some more issuing. Stacks of
"Alumnuses," l5,000, flood the country four times a year,
booklets featuring college life, 30,000 circulate among high
school seniors, programs that help the floundering football
fan to pick out his favorite pigskin carrier, and handbooks
of College programs and events are given by the Depart-
ment to the inquisitive College-goer. Besides publicizing
the College's Co-eds and Eds, this department also pro-
vides supervisory assistance for the proceedings of the
College Eye, Student newspaper, and for the CLD GOLD.
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Grant, ijiixiisglission at torum
"And where is the division between the director of reli-
gious education at lowa State Teachers College and the
pastor ot the lnterdenominational Church?" That is a
question unanswered, even by the Bureau of Religious
Activities. This Bureau supervises the United Student
Movement, makes a place for religion on the campus,
teaches religion and philosophy by means oi studies in
the curriculum, and through the director Dr. Knott, gives
individual counselling. Among the prominent speakers
brought to campus by this department oi the College were
Edward Steiner, ot Grinnellg and Paul Popenoe, oi Los
Angeles. Also presented were the early Wednesday
morning services during Lent, and Sunday evening all-
college forums where anyone can present his own views
on social problems discussed.
ERALD KN OA?
The Bureau of Research is a service bureau. Shalcy fresh-
men are "snapped" by Dr. I. B. Paul's camera on registra-
tion day for future reference, and just before school begins,
new students run through extensive placement tests pro-
vided by this service. Professors who wish it, may come
to this bureau for help in constructing course examina-
tions for their many students.
And, as the name implies, it is a research bureau. Soph-
omores help the bureau in its research function by taking
tests, the results of which are compared with the results of
sophomores in other institutions. This data is the basis for
suggestions submitted to the faculty. The latest study be-
ing made is for the development of a plan whereby new
students can reasonably judge their potential success in
the field of teaching.
BlclRFAt,l O RESEARCH
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Tests are The quick
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J te ains the reading rest chart
The extension service is a great power line which reaches
out and carries the influence of lowa State Teachers Col-
lege to the farthest corners of the state. This service doesn't
count its work in mere numbers of hundredsg more than
seven thousand teachers and forty-one thousand pupils
were directly reached during the past year. Work is done
by extension class work, correspondence courses, and
A departure, involving work of a different nature has
been initiated this year by the assignment of Dr. E. H.
Henrilcson to direct a speech correction program involv-
ing all the teachers of the town and city schools and a few
of the rural teachers in Mitchell County.
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Free: Your health and five days in
' h With two doctors Dr F. N. Mead and Dr. Anita
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Green on the campus, lowa State Teachers College is
"healthfully" provided. ln order to aid the student sorne-
d t health and good
what in starting 'on the right roa o
des the Health Service gives each student a thorough
physical examination at the beginning of the year. lf
rse comes to worst during the year, an efficient staff at
either of the two College hospitals await the patient who
lc the trip there When the usual galaxy of conta-
ma es .
gious diseases appears during the winter, the l-lealth
Service Staff imrnunizes free of charge those students w o
wish to have it done. Flu victirns this year filled the hos-
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ital to overflowing, and life for the doctors an nurses
alike became very active. .
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Miss Gump C
This world is a game of chance, and a better chance you
have, says the Placement Bureau, if, when teaching you
can be the person on whom everyone piles the jobs from
playing on the faculty badminton team to icing a cake
for the lunior-Senior Banguet. After your grades, person-
ality chart, and list of achievements are filed away in a
cabinet, you are ready to sail away to some superintend-
ent's office to be interviewed. The Bureau hit a ten-year
high of finding positions for 97.46 per cent of the students
who graduated in l937 and l938, and during the ten years,
there have been twelve thousand placements in lowa,
one thousand outside of the state. And where else do
they go? Well, Alaska, Burma, Egypt, the Hawaiian
lslands, Philippines, and Panama Canal Zone.
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R. L. ABBOTT, Professor of Bioloqtfi B.A.,
Iowa State Teachers College: M.S., Ph.D., Unis
versity of Wisconsin. ALISON E. AITCHISON,
Professor of Geography: B.S., State University
of Iowa: M.S., University of Chicago. MARY
C. ANDERSON, Assistant Professor of Teach-
ing: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College: M.A.,
State University of Iowa.
AMY F. AREY, Associate Professor of Educa-
tion: BS., M.A., Columbia University. WIL-
BERT C. ARNDT, Instructor in Teaching: B.E.,
Mankato, Minnesota, State Teachers College:
M. A., University of Minnesota. CHARLES H.
BAILEY, Professor of Industrial Arts and I-lead
of the Department of Arts: B.S. Columbia Uni-
OLIVE L. BARKER, Instructor in Voice: B.A.,
Iowa State Teachers College: M.A., Columbia
University. RUSSELL BAUM, Instructor of
Piano. MARSHALL R. BEARD, Associate Pro-
fessor of History: M.A., Ph.D., University of
LOUIS BEGEMAN, Professor of Physics, Emer-
itus: B.S., M.S., University of Michigan: Ph.D.,
University of Chicago. PAUL E. BENDER,
Assistant Professor of Physical Education for
Men: BAL, State University of Iowa: M.A.,
Columbia University. BERT E. BOOTHE, As-
sistant Professor of English and I-Ieacl of the
Department of English: B.A., Central State
Teachers College: M.A., Ph.D., University of
A. E. BROWN, Professor of Education: B.S.,
Baker University: M.A., Yale University:
Ph.D,, State University of Iowa. ELISEBETI-I
BRUG-GER, Instructor in Teaching and Director
of the Nursery School: B.A., University of
Nebraska: M.A., Columbia University. H. S.
BUFPUM, Professor of Education: B.A., M.A.,
Pli.D., 'State University of Iowa.
KATHERINE BUXBAUM, Assistant Professor of
English: B. A., State University of Iowa: M.A.,
University of Chicago. EMMETT I. CABLE,
Professor of Earth Science and Head of the
Department of Science: B.S., M.S., Cornell Col-
lege: Ph.D., State University of Iowa. MARY
P. CALDWELL, Assistant Professor of Teach-
ing: B. A., Iowa State Teachers College: M.A.,
MARY I. CAMPBELL, Instructor of Home Eco-
nomics: B.A., M.A., State University of Iowa.
IOHN W. CHARLES, Professor of Education:
B.A., M.A., Haverford College: Ph.D., State
University of Iowa. AGNES B. COLE, Assist-
ant Professor of Art: B.Ph., University of
Chicago: M.A., Columbia University.
IRA S. CONDIT, Professor of Mathematics,
Emeritus: B. A., M.A., Parsons College. COR-
LEY AGNES CONLON, Instructor in Art: B.A.,
Iowa State Teachers College: M.A., Columbia
University. LOUIS CROWDER, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Piano: B.A., Carnegie Institute of
HARRY C. CUMMINS, Associate Professor of
Commercial Education: B.Di., Iowa State
Teachers College. VERNER D. DELANEY, In-
structor in Music Education: B.A., M.A., Uni-
versity of Washington. E. C. DENNY, Profes-
sor of Education and Head of the Department
of Education: B.A., Indiana University: M.A.,
University of Chicago: Ph.D., State University
ARTHUR DICKINSON, Instructor in Physical
Education for Men: B.A., Iowa State Teachers
College: M.A., State University of Iowa.
MARGARET DIVELBESS, Assistant Professor
of Teaching: B.A., Grinnell College: M.A., .W
Columbia University. ANTHONY DONATO,
Assistant Professor of Violin: B. Mus., M. Mus.,
Eastman School of Music, University of Roch- '
L. V. DOUGLAS, Associate Professor of Corn-
mercial Education and Head of the Depart-
ment of Commercial Education: B.S., M.A.,
Ph.D., State University of Iowa. CARI- I-I.
ERBE, Professor of Government: B.A., Iowa
State Teachers College: M.A., Ph.D., State Uni-
versity of Iowa. W. B. PAGAN, Professor of
English: B.A., Earlham College: M.A., Univer-
sity of Kansas.
RALPH R. FAHRNEY, Associate Professor of
History: B.A., Mount Morris College: M.A.,
Ph.D., University of Chicago. ETHEL M. FITZ-
SIMONS, Instructor of Teaching: B.A., Hastings
College: M.A., University of Nebraska.
MYRTLE E. GAFFIN, Instructor in Commercial
Education: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College:
M.A., State University of Iowa.
BEATRICE I. GEIGER, Professor of Home Eco-
nomics and Head of the Department of Home
Economics: B.S., University of Chicago: M.S.,
Columbia University: Ph.D., University of Wis-
consin. ROBERT W. GETCHELL, Professor of
Chemistry: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College:
M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. WINI-
FRED M. GILBERT, Associate Professor of Bi-
o1oqYi B.S., M.S., Iowa State College: Ph.D.,
State University of Iowa.
MARTIN L. GRANT, Assistant Professor of
Biology: B.A., Oberlin College: M.A., Ph.D.,
University of Minnesota. NELIUS O. HAL-
VORSON, Associate Professor of English: B.A.,
Luther College: M.A., Ph.D., State University
of Iowa. HERBERT V. HAKE, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Speech: B.A., Central Wesleyan Col-
lege: M.A., State University of Iowa.
ROSE L. HANSON, Assistant Professor or
Teaching: B.S., University of Nebraska: M.A,
State University of Iowa. VVILLIAM E. HAYS
Assistant Professor of Voice: B. Mus., Chicago
Musical College: M. Mus., DePaul University.
IUNETTA I-IEINONEN, Associate Professor ot
Teaching: B.A., M.A., University of Michigan:
Ph.D., University of Chicago.
E. H. HENRIKSON Assistant Professor of
Speech: BA University of Oregon M A
Ph.D., State University of Iowa S FREEMAN
HERSEY, Associate Professor of Physics Em
eritusg B.Ph Beloit College FRANK W HILL
Instructor of Violin Viola and Theory B Mus
M. Mus., Eastman School of Music University
GEORGE H HOLMES Director of the Bureau
of Publications BA MA University of
Michigan HARALD B HOLST Assistant Pro
fessor of Voice B Mus M Mus American
Conservatory of Music IOHN W HORNS
Instructor in Art BS Universitv of Minn
sotap M.A Columbia University
DOROTHY HUMISTON Assistant Professor of
Physical Education for Women BA Univer
sity of Minnesota M A Columbia University
Ph.D., New York University MARY B HUN
TER, Associate Professor of Economics BA
Iowa State Teachers College MA Umversity
of Chicago CYRIL L IACKSON Associate
Professor of Teachirg and Principal of the Col
lege High School B A Grinnell College M A
State University of Iowa
W. H. KADESCH Professor of Physics BS
Ohio Wesleyan University M Ph Ph D Uni
versity of Chicago DORA E KEARNEY A
sistant Professor of Teaching B A M A Uni
versity of Minnesota GERALD E KNOFP
Director of the Bureau of R ligious Activities
B.A., Southern College BD PhD Yale Uni
DOROTHY MAO KOEHRING Assistant Pro
fessor in Teaching B A Kai as State Univcr
sityg M.A Columbla University Ph D Yale
University EDWARD KURTZ Professor of
Violin and Composition and Head of the De
partrnent of Music B Mus Detroit Conserva
toryg ' M. Mus Cincinnati Conservatory of
Music: M.A State University of Iowa EMMA
F. LAMBERT Professor of Mathematics B Ph
State University of Iowa M A Columbia Um
LILLIAN V. LAMBERT, Professor of English,
Emeritus: B.Ph., M.Ph., University of Chicago.
FLOYD W. LAMBERTSON, Professor of Speech:
B.A., Albion College: M.A.,'Northwestern Uni-
versity: Ph.D., State University of Iowa. C. W.
LANTZ, Professor of Biology: B.A., M.A., Ph.D.,
University of Illinois.
INGEBRIGT LILLEHEI, Professor of French and
Spanish and Head of the Department of Lang-
uages: B.A., M.A., University of Minnesota:
Ph.D., University of Illinois. EVA MAY LUSE,
Professor of Teaching and Director of Student
Teaching: B.A., M.A., Ph.D., State University of
Iowa. SAMUEL A. LYNCH: Professor of Eng-
lish, Emeritus: B.L., University of Missouri:
M.A., University of Chicago.
AGNES MCCLELLAND, Instructor in Home Eco-
nomics: B.A., Hastings College: M.A., Colum-
bia University. DAVID H. McCUSKEY, In-
structor in Physical Education for Men: B.S.,
Iowa State Teachers College, M.A., Columbia
University. GEORGE R. MACH, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Commercial Education: B.S., M.S.,
University of Illinois.
EDNA MANTOR, Instructor in Teaching: B.A.,
Iowa State Teachers College: M.A., Columbia
University. I... L. MENDENHALL, Professor of
Physical Education for Men and Head of the
Department of Physical Education for Men:
I..L.B., M.A., State University of Iowa. FRANK
IVAN MERCHANT, Professor of Latin and
Greek, Emeritus: B.A., Shurtleff College: M.A.,
Ph.D., University of Berlin.
DOROTHY MICHEL, Instructor in Physical Edu-
cation for Women: B.S., University of Minne-
sota: M.A., Columbia University. EDNA O.
MILLER, Assistant Professor of Latin: B.A.,
Iowa State Teachers College: M.A., Columbia
University. MAUDE E. MOORE, Instructor in
Physical Education for Women: B.A., Iowa
State Teachers College: M.A., Columbia Uni-
IULIA M. MYERS, Instructor in Commercial
Education: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College:
M.A., Columbia University. OLIVER M.
NORDLY, Instructor in Physical Education for
Men: B.A., Carleton College. RICHARDS C.
OSBORN, Instructor in Economics: B.A., Stan-
ford University: M.A., University of Southern
California: Ph.D., University ot Illinois.
OLIVE PAINE, Assistant Professor of Teach-
ing: B.Ph., University of Chicago: M.A., Colum-
bia University: Ph.D., Yale University.
HAROLD G. PALMER, Instructor in Industrial
Arts: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College: M.A.,
State University of Iowa. BERTI-IA L. PATT,
Professor of Art, Emeritus: Des Moines
Academy of Art: New York Art Students'
MARNA PETERSON, Associate Professor of
Teaching: B.Ph. University of Chicago: M.A.,
Columbia University. ERMA BELLE PLAEI-IN,
Instructor in Teaching: B.A., Cornell College:
M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa. ANNA-
BELLE POLLOCK, Assistant Professor of Teach-
ing: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College: M.A.,
State University of Iowa.
E. GRACE RAIT, Associate Professor of Teach-
ing: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College: M.A.,
Columbia University. H. EARL RATH, Associ-
ate Professor of Health Education: B.S., M.S.,
Ph.D., Iowa State College. O. B. READ, Pro-
fessor of Chemistry: B.Ph., Hillsdale College:
M.A., University of Wisconsin.
M. MILDRED RICE, Instructor in Teaching:
B.S., Ohio University: M.A., Columbia Univer-
sity. H. A. RIEBE, Professor of Education:
B.Ph., M.Ph., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.
SARA M. RIGGS, Associate Professor of
History, Emeritus: B.L., University of Michi-
E. ARTHUR ROBINSON, Instructor in English:
B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University: M.A., Ph.D.,
Ohio State University. GEORGE C. ROBIN-
SON, Professor of Government: B.A., Univer-
sity of Wisconsin: M.A., Ph.D., Harvard Uni-
versity. IDA C. ROHLF, Assistant Professor
of English: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College:
M.A., State University of Iowa.
ROSE LENA RUEGNITZ, Assistant Professor of
Piano: B.Mus., Northwestern University: M.
Mus., Cosmopolitan Conservatory. MAE E.
RUPPEL, Instructor in Teaching: B.A., Carthage
College: M.A., Columbia University. MYRON
RUSSELL, Instructor in Wood-Wind Instruments:
B. Mus., Kansas State Agricultural College:
M. Mus., Eastman School of Music, University
LELAND L. SAGE, Associate Professor of His-
tory: B.A., Vanderbilt University: M.A., Ph.D.,
University of Illinois. GEORGE W. SAMSON
IR., Instructor in Organ and Piano: Iowa State
Teachers College. IOSEF SCHAEFER, Associ-
ate Professor of German: State Examination,
Ph.D., University of Freiburg.
WINFIELD SCOTT, Professor of Agriculture:
B.S., MS., University of Illinois: Ph.D., Iowa
State College. ROLAND SEARIGHT, Assistant
Professor of Viollncello and Conducting: B.A.,
Grinnell College: M.A., Eastman School of
Music, University of Rochester. THELMA
SHORT, Instructor in Physical Education for
Women: B.S., M.A., Columbia University.
R. O. SKAR, Associate Professor of Commercial
Education: B.A., M.A., St. Olaf College: Ph.D.,
State University of Iowa, IOHN R. SLACKS,
Associate Professor of Rural Education: B.Ph.,
M.A., University of Chicago. ERNESTINE L.
SMITH, Instructor in Teaching: B.A., M.S., Uni-
versity of Michigan.
MAY SMITH, Associate Professor of Educa-
tion: B.A., Coe College: M.A., Columbia Uni-
versity. ANNA MARIE SORENSON, Associate
Professor of English: B.A., M.A., State Univer-
sity of Iowa. CLYDE L. STARBECK, Instructor
in Physical Education for Men: B.S., South
Dakota State College.
MINNIE E. STARR, Assistant Professor of
Teaching: B. Mus., M.S., Northwestern Uni-
versity. MYRTLE M. STONE, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Teaching: B.A., Washington State
College: M.B.A., University of Washington.
HAZEL B. STRAYER, Associate Professor of
Speech: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College:
M.A., Columbia University.
MARGUIRETTE MAY STRUBLE, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Teaching: B.A., M.A., Ph.D., State
University of Iowa. SELINA M. TERRY, Pro-
fessor of English: B.Ph., M.A., Hamline Uni-
versity. ISABEL TI-IOMES, Associate Profes-
sor of Spanish and French: B.A., University
of Kansas: M.A., University of Michigan.
M. R. THOMPSON, Professor of Economics
and Head of the Department of Social Sci-
ence: B.A., Western Union College: M.A.,
Ph.D., StateVUniversity of Iowa. CHARLES
O. TODD, Associate Professor of Education:
B.A., Indiana University: M.A., University of
Chicago. MARGUERITE UTTLEY, Associate
Professor of Geography: B.A., Iowa State
Teachers College: M.S., Ph.D., University of
HENRY VAN ENGEN, Assistant Professor of
Mathematics and Head of the Department of
Mathematics: B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan Uni-
versity: M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigan.
GRACE VAN NESS, Assistant Professor of
Physical Education for Women: B.A., Cornell
College: M.A., Columbia University. E. E.
WATSON, Professor of Mathematics: B.S.,
M.S., State University of Iowa.
G. W. WALTERS, Professor of Education,
Emeritus: B.S., M.S., Iowa Wesleyan College.
FRED W. WELLBORN, Associate Professor of
History: B.A., Baker University: M.A., Univer-
sity of Kansas: Ph.D., University of Wiscon-
sin. CHARLES W. WESTER, Professor of
Mathematics: B.S., University of California:
M.A., Ph.D., 'Washington University.
M. I. WILCOX, Associate Professor of Educa-
tion: B.S., Cornell College: M.A., Ph.D., State
University of Iowa. DORIS E. WHITE, Asso-
ciate 'Professor of Physical Education for
Women: B.A., Simpson College: M.A., Colum-
bia University. LAWRENCE W. WI-IITPORD,
Instructor in Physical Education for Men:
B.A., Iowa State Teachers College.
CARL A. WIRTH, Instructor in Brass Instru-
ments and Theory: B. Mus., M. Mus., Eastman
School of Music, University of Rochester.
Painting toward the future
"Oh, boy! Wish l could draw like Tune!"
Many a wish is Whispered soulfully to the
evening breeze as one of the girls in the
"dorm" exhibits her paintings. Over in
Seerley or Baker Hall, one of the fellows is
carefully Wrapping the lamp that he has
made for his "best" girl. The art depart-
ment brings "art for art's sake" to the cam-
pus by exposing the students to all kinds
of artistic exhibits. lt is the Art Department,
too, that through posters never lets us for-
get about the Washington Ball or the Lei-
sure l-lour on a Sunday afternoon.
Hughes cr Ind s
The commerce department Calmost a superior college in itseltl
is the place Where six-day typists and lightning-swift shorthand
marvels are made. Besides learning the regular routine oi com-
mercial education Cthe S. A. T. prescription, shorthand, account-
ing and typingl, students indulge in classes Where secretarial
training experience is gained and where birds' eye views ot
business are captured. Ctten torgotten, a table just outside Mr.
Douglass ottice holds current magazines and pamphlets, which
review recent trends in the business World. Failure is almost
unheard of here, tor there is a tale oi a lOU per cent placement
ot 1937 and l938 graduates.
Hardin prepares to be a machine accountant
A student doesn't "have" his education until he has completed
the courses required in the Education Department. He is sur-
prised to find here how he has been taught, how his teacher
knew Ways to "get around him" when he was a bit naughty,
and how he will have to parcel out his little Wisdom that he has
hoarded. With rapidity, the Department involves the student in
the latest statistical methods in education and the most approved
school methods of instruction.
There is multitudinous knowledge
stored in the sections of the English
Department. lt is divided into four
parts. First, there is the dramatic
section, part of which-the Drama
Shop, had its face lifted by Mr. Hake
this year. Second, there is the
speech section, home of crack de-
loaters and "sure-fire" orators. Third,
there is the section where Shakes-
peare resides, and Where potential
future poets grind out their dittiesg
and fourth, there is the section of re-
ligious literature and philosophy.
records the voices. Miller beckons, children give forth.
Yo, heave, ho! Yo, heave, ho! Hear your Voice as others hear it.
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ther first prize
Tlf19TGIS no need tor the feminine aen-
der, or the masculine side ot the tam-
ily, for that matter, to ao unskilled in
the culinary arts. They can find their
means to an end in the home econom-
ics department which is very much
alive with cook-books, taslrion reviews,
and general social improvements. An-
cient skills are perpetuated in weav-
ing and home cratt classesg budgets
are balanced in class 7 dresses that will
rival Adrian's are conjured up. Cakes
and cookies are baked that would
take blue ribbons at any competitive
"lt must be the Tower of Babel l hear."-Oh, no, just the very ef-
ficient language department of the College. l-lere are dispensed
generous portions of the most beautiful German, French, Span-
ish, and quantities of time-mellowed Latin. This department is
a vice versa mesa where Latin can be brought up to date as well
as seen in the eyes of the dim past, and where the modern lan-
guages can throw spells of mystery over times gone by. Occa-
sionally classical-minded students band together to study Greek.
But it is to the surprise and the good fortune of many a language
student that he discovers many new angles of his own English
McDonald studies-Ouil O I
Right side up?
Mabel Anderson uses the slide rule
Mr. Wester delves into calculus
This is the place Where girls and looys can learn to count their
shelcels to best advantage, Csave money on a heavy date, tool,
because they are under the supervision of Mr. Van Engen and
his fellow followers of the digits' trade. There is variety in the
mathematics department: everything is found here from Survey-
ing, Calculus' Cl, ll, and HD, and theories of equations, that turn
some heads grey, to the teaching of modern methods of "Math"
The music department is one of the
most important on the campus. Like
Topsy it has "just groWed" to be one
of the largest departments. Aspiring
artists, aided by the sympathetic
faculty, tore their hair and chewed
their nails in a frantic effort to find
practice rooms before nine new pi-
anos were purchased this year. A
piano and voice teacher were added
to the staffg ot girls' marching band
was organized, and department-
trained flag twirlers added to the
attraction of football games.
Dorothy lane Wilson and Brahms. Mr. Russell instructs.
Brain plus brawnl No athletic, but dumb
men for this department! Besides turning
out winning basketball and football, track,
tennis and Wrestling teams, the men's
"phys ed" department has a habit of grad-
uating every year a bunch ot top coaches,
some who never played an inter-collegiate
game in their lives, yet produce the finest
high school teams. And, too, men students,
who are not physical education majors get
their full quota of basketball, Wrestling,
volleyball, swimming, tennis, and even
ims McCu key
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Modern Dianas in modern garb fearfully sguint at distant arch-
ery targets. Maidens deftly paddle canoes on the College
pond and pat a little White ball on the golf green. ln addition to
providing bases for physical fitness, the department outfits those
mosquito-fighting picnics up the river and provides care for those
skinned knees and cut fingers that only roller skates and bicycles
can bring. Ever since the time when girls Wore voluminous
"shorts" until the present day of unadorned simplicity, this de-
partment has grown in popularity With every girl, and every
fellow, too, if attendance at social dancing classes can be taken
as any indication.
An experiment in chemistry
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lt is cr potent olepcrrtnient-Where interest is given to the student
by everyone from the rnost leozrnecl professor to the storing owl
in the corner oi the biology "lcrb." The prescription for success
given by this ctll-powerful section of the cotrnpus is to give prgcti-
col ors well ons intellectucrl experience in science. Who will soon
forget the snctggecl hose on the "frog trip", the explosion in the
chemistry lgborortory, thctt "heotvenly" trip gt night to see the
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Being a social science major or just
being around the social science de-
partment is like going to a movie.
Daily, on the third floor ot the "And",
students relive ancient governments,
battles ot medieval times, social
conditions in New York City, and see
the World ot economics in charts.
Recently added, is a special "news-
reel" Contemporary Affairs, a halt
hour course presented every week
in which are interpreted the trends
ot the World: What did Hitler and
Mussolini do and Why?
Dr. Erbe must he thinking of the Court-Packing Bill
Dr. Thompson is awed by government expenditures
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"l am doing my student teaching this
terml " Gasps oi "Oh-h-h," lifted eyebrows,
and words oi sympathy follow. Will she
teach seven subjects in No-Mans-Land or
two courses in a metropolis next year?
Whether she gets an A-or an F-under
Miss lma Critic may tell the story. So, if
ever a best toot is put forward, Betty Co-Ed
puts it there when she prepares to teach
the little cherubs in Waterloo, Hudson,
Mason City, or in the Teachers l-ligh School
on the campus, because a good grade in
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To those Whose interest in science has inspired them
to a grade point average of 2.75, Beta Beta Beta of-
iers membership, on completion oi 20 hours of biol-
ogy. Elections tor selecting eligible students are
held three times a year and those selected duly ini-
tiated. Active this year with bi-Weekly meetings,
"Tri-Beta", as it is popularly called, varied its pro-
gram with supper parties, selecting speakers from
local professors of science. Crowning event of the
year was sponsorship of an address by Dr. O. B.
Sweeney, head of the Chemical engineering de-
partment ot lowa State College, in collaboration
with Lambda Delta Lambda and Gamma Theta
Top Row: Shugart, Brower
Lounsberry, Myhr, Alton, Bah
Second Row: Bovee, Dix, Erd
mann, Grady, Klein, Legler
Third Row: Munns, O'Banion
Putman, Puck, Soenke, Went
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Top Row: Benz, Touchae, Dycus, Chase.
Second Row: Alton, Aupperle, Beavo, Bovee
Third Row: Cross, Dix, Easter, Hutchison
Fourth Row: lordan, Kagan, Mast, Miller
Fifth Row: Mueller, McPherson, Olsen, Stroup,
Laughter mingles with sounds ot rattling dishes.
Delicious aromas Watt upstairs into the lounge of
the Commons. A descent to the dining hall below
reveals men, men, and more men. A passing lous
boy, upon loeing questioned, announces that it is
the Blue Key's dinner tor new men on the campus.
l-le adds that Blue Key is an honorary fraternity for
men who are outstanding in serving the college
and above average in curricular and extracurricu-
lar work during their college career. Blue Key's
monthly honor roll lists outstanding students of the
The British are coming! The British are here!
People are streaming through the auditorium door.
Faculty and students are filling the seats. lt is
nearly 8 P. M. What is going to happen? Who are
the people on the stage dressed so properly in black
and White? Someone rises on the platform and be-
gins to speak. Two debators from Qxford Univer-
sity are introduced as Well as two Teachers College
debators. Eyes focus expectantly on the debators
with a "What have you got to offer?" look in them.
Then begins the evening of debate sprinkled with
sparkling, Witty repartee from the British. Oxford
debators come to the campus at the invitation of
members of Delta Sigma Bho, national speech fra-
DELTA SIGMA RHCD
Top Row: Kruse, Herwiq,
Benz, Healy, Lampman
Second Row: Miller, Moser,
Wilson, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Pal-
EPSILCDN PI TAU
Brrr-Zing! persisted the annoying rattle of an
alarm clock. A man's hand jerked sleepily out from
the bed blankets. l-le looked unbelievingly at the
time. What on earth . . .? Then recognition came
into his eyes-this was the day tor the trip to Colum-
bus, Ohio, tor the lndustrial Arts Fraternity Conven-
tion. The convention marked the tenth anniversary
of the honorary group's founding, and was attend-
ed by T. Cfs Professor Palmer and ,tive leading in-
dustrial arts students. This year, a precedent was
set by the local organization ot sending out re-
search articles in a news letter to alumni and stu-
dent members. Membership is open to lndustrial
Arts majors with a B average in lndustrial Arts
Top How Odland Belthius Peterson, Harding
Second Row Abram Addey Bassel, Gronstal
Thlrd How Hiller Hudson Isley, Koos
Fou th Row Lambirth Lund Mathers, Newman
Fifth How Paclovcm Swanson Walk, Miss Aitchison
Do you know how much corn is raised in Iowa? Do
you know the point farthest west in the United
States? Such questions are asked initiates of Gam-
ma Theta Upsilon. Several pledges bluntly answer,
"N o," but several make stabs at intelligent answers.
Membership, however, is not extended by this hon-
orary geography fraternity upon ability to answer
such questions. High scholarship in earth sciences
determines eligibility for the organization. Each
month a business meeting is held in the geography
room in the library. At a meeting this year, one
student told about her trip to Panama. To prove
that all is not business for the society, a Homecom-
ing dinner was given tor the returning alumni.
"The River," a movie depicting erosion in the Mis-
sissippi valley was shown to interested students.
The eastern sky is a rosy red. As yet, the early
morning quiet is unpierced by human activities.
lnside a nearby rooming house, an upstair light
glows hazily. A pajama'd figure slouches sleepily
over a bunch of papers. She selects several close-
ly Written sheets, then discards the remaining. She
accurately transfers these thoughts to a clean
paper, which she carefully places in her brief case.
This paper contains notes on recent developments
in her major field, and before her membership into
Kappa Delta Pi is secure, she must present this
speech. l-ler election into Kappa Delta Pi repre-
sents many terms of high quality scholastic work.
Kappa Delta Pi keeps active throughout the year
with dinners and regular discussion meetings.
KAPPA DELTA PI
Top How: Glade, Carl, Kreussel,
Lounsberry, Parman, Alton
Bassel, Blaufuss, Bovee
Second How: Brindley, Brundage
Caslavka, Coffman, Colburn,
Cross, Cutler, Warran, Prude-
Third Row: Hansen, Heron, Hoist
Hoxie, Huus, Iohnson, Johnston
Fourth How: Kenneally, Kirgis
Larnpman, Lund, Matthias
Moser, Newman, O'Banion, Od-
Fifth HOW: Roupe, Rutherford
Schive, Seybold, Siglin, Stuts-
rnan, Sutz, Wittmer, Wylie
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Top Row: Parman, Knostman,
Hiller, Cross, Anderson, Davis,
Second Row: Guetschow, Holst,
Iorqensen, Kamm, K i r g i S ,
Rathbone, Rohde, Seybold,
Vogt, Miss Lambert
KAPPA MU EPSILCDIXI
Doors slam, voices rumble and lilt through the hall
on this early Saturday morning. Would-be late
sleepers consent to tolerate it, tor Homecoming
comes only once a year. One active group last
Homecoming was Kappa Mu Epsilon. Members
brealqiasted together in the Guest dining room of
the Commons, where pumpkins and kernels of corn
spelling Kappa Mu Epsilon decorated the tables.
Throughout the year meetings were held regu-
larly, centering about new wrinkles in the scope of
the mathematics field. Would-be members ot
Kappa Mu Epsilon, attention: invitations to mem-
bership are sent to those having a grade average
of three point in twenty hours of "math", and a two
and tive-tenths average in all other subjects.
Third Row: Peter, Pritchard,
Top Row: Miller, Dubbert, Harris,
Simonsen, Iohnson, Klipping
Second How: Knostman, Long,
Moore, Mueller, Rohde, Dr.
A ringstand, a screen, a Bunsen burner, and a
beakerl What would you do with this kind ot
equipment? Conduct an experiment or cook a
meal? Members ot Lambda Delta Lambda chose
to have a supper in the chemistry laboratory ot the
Science building. Perhaps some of the students
were neophytes in culinary artsy each one, how-
ever, cooked over his individual burner an experi-
ment which resulted in a supper of bacon, eggs,
hot chocolate and other foods. Membership in this
fraternity is not based on cookery prowess, but on
high scholarship in physical sciences. A new
award has been created based on scholarship and
personality which will be extended to the most
promising student in chemistry.
Calling all members oi Pi Gamma Mul Special
meeting in the auditorium today. Members with
serious and purposeful faces march in. Several
history and government teachers adorn the gath-
ering. Evidently the meeting is connected with
social sciences. The meeting begins and candi-
dates for membership are discussed. After an open
discussion oi their scholastic achievements and
participation in social sciences, the candidates are
selected by taculty members. Students With a "B"
average in at least twenty hours of social sciences
are eligible for membership in this honorary social
PI GAMMA MU
Top Row: Bickenbach, Murphy
Bovee, Caslavka, Frost
Second Row: Hoxie, Iorgensen
M. Lund, S. Lund, Newman
Third Row: Stroup, Thierrnan
Williams, Wurtzer, Dr. Beard
Dr. G. Robinson
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Top Row: Guster, Cassacly, Burrow, Aupperle
Second Row: Baker, Boshart, Bruns, Bush
Third How: Butler, Corton, Cummings, Dennis
5 I I Fourth Row: Downing, Dubbert, Dycus, English,
Fifth Row: Freeman, Hitch, Hobson, Iochumsen,
Sixth Row: Lund, Mahaffey, Miller, Mitze, Nuss
Seventh Row: Wedeking, Weir, Van De Water,
Mr. Donato, Mr. Hill
Music groups can get lost on a busy campus, but
Phi Mu Alpha has been a very active organization
this year. ln the tall the group was enlarged by
eighteen new members, who were selected to this
National Professional Music Fraternity because oi
their special interest in music. The formal initiation
tor these neophytes in the fall marked the initial
wearing oi newly purchased robes. Following the
initiation, a banquet was held at Turnbull's with
George Dasch, conductor oi Chicago and Water-
loo Little Symphony orchestras, as guest. Presen-
tation oi the Alta Freeman memorial piano schol-
arship to an outstanding piano student was con-
tinued. A new precedent was set by the presenta-
tion oi an act in Tutor Ticlclers.
Rows of flat oak desks stand gleaming in the early
afternoon sunshine. The sound of a buzzer inter-
rupts the quietness of the room. A group of stu-
dents charge into the office. Desk lids are flopped
open and typewriters pop out. Drawers are
banged in and out. Papers, too hastily inserted in
the typewriter, are torn out. That blond fellow is
having a hard time. l-lis flying fingers strike in-
accurately at the keys. His neighbor has typed a
full page of material with composure and accuracy.
This composure and accuracy are noted in ac-
counting and other commercial subjects also.
Perhaps he was just born smart, or else lucky.
With his high scholarship, he is certain to become
a member of.Pi Qmega Pi, national honorary com-
Pl CDMEGA PI
Top How: Brindley, Har
F. Sacloff, Ure, Wurtzer,
Williams, C r o s s , Ham lt n
Second Row: Muller, B. Sa off
Top Row: Decker, Bolihoeter
Seton, Hull, Ballou, Bredben
Second Row: Cooper, Edgar,
Fisher, Graber, Hanisch, Iohn
son, lensen, Kennedy, Lie
Third Row: Lundy, Martin, Mat
thias, Miller, Muller, Nicola
Olsen, Ouirin, Richards
Fourth Row: Rickert, Scanlon
Schuchert, Stevens, Tesmer,
Thomas, Thompson, Tostlebe
PURPLE ARRCW ,
I-lomecoming! Football games! Thanksgiving!
Home and turkey dinner! Christmas vacation!
New year and the return to school. Students re-
turn with a let-down feeling, but eventually new
inspirations and activities seize them and pep them
up. February comes with its many valentines and
parties. One Valentine party was held by members
of Purple Arrow at Miss BuXbaum's home. After a
buffet- luncheon, members sat by the fireplace and
exchanged views and ideas on common interests.
To become a member of this honorary organiza1
tion one must have a B average for two consecutive
terms in all courses. Since this group is for fresh-
man and sophomore women, one must strive to
attain a high scholastic average at an early date.
Top Row Carl Baker Sutz Brundage
Second Row Ballou Behrens Bowie, Cooper
Third How Crowell Glade Ha'xsen, Kelly
Fourth Row Knudson Kruse Leak, D. Miller
Fifth Row I Miller Moen Rector, Schultz
Sixth Row Smith Thomas Valentine, Miss Barker
Stage fright needs to be packed with the laundry
and sent home. At, least, it is not a welcome visitor
when auditions for Sigma Alpha lota are heard.
Women with exceptional musical aloility, high
scholarship, and a pleasing personality are se-
lected for tryouts for memloership. They may he
either vocalists or instrumentalists, but they must
warlole willingly and well or play perfectly and
pleasingly if they seek memloership in this national
music organization. Numerous social functions
and a program ot music at Christmas in which each
member performed were included in their year's
activities. Each year an outstanding wom an piano
student is awarded a scholarship in memory of
Miss Alta Freeman, late teacher of piano here.
Top Row: Rutherford, Landgraf,
Horgan, Bovee, Coffman, Entz
Second Row: Hansen, Isley, Kru-
essel, L i f f r i n g , Lounsberry,
Third How: Richards, Roupe,
Schive, Smock, Thomsen, Skike,
Upper classmen with unusual writing ability iorrn
a select group known as Sigma Tau Delta. l-ligh
scholarship in the field oi English, as well as in
other academic pursuits are reguisites for mem-
bership in this national honorary English organi-
zation. New members are initiated each quarter at
a formal ceremony iollowed by a banquet. At the
meetings held once a month, members entertained
by reading works oi their own and reviewing
writings oi past and present literary leaders.
Projects oi the group this year included the publi-
cation of "The Second Book oi Student Verse," and
the sponsoring oi a Visit by Paul Engle, lowa poet,
to the campus in April. Mr. Engle spoke on con-
temporary poetry in lowa.
Tl-IETA ALPHA PI-II
Lights! Music! Curtain! Action! The lights are
dimmed 5 the orchestra plays soitlyg the curtain rolls
up 5 the play has begun. Characters move about on
the' stage, calm and collected. Backstage, how-
ever, there is bustling activity. The stage director
moves feverishly about giving terse commands.
The play director is also available behind scenes,
hoping that everything Works out perfectly. Light
and technical directors dash busily around. The
Wardrobe and property mistresses consult lists and
lay out the required materials for the scene. Fi-
nally the last act is given. The thunderous ap-
plause pulsates through to backstage. Theta
Alpha Phi is the national honorary dramatic frater-
nity aiding in the maintenance of a high standard
Top Row: Burger, Cutler, MCEI
Second How: Kamm, Sirnp
Steinkamp, S W a rx s o n , Mis
Dean, Harris, Wright, Geiger
l-lomecoming activities were buzzing around the
campus. Qpen house was being held in the home
economics department. Many girls were in the
various rooms. Some were exhibiting features of
the newly equipped kitchen, others were showing
visitors the clothing room with apparel exhibits.
Une attractive apartment is a model for home
economists. Sitting in the living room surrounded
by a group oi students and alumni was an instruc-
tor. She was explaining requirements for Theta
Theta Epsilon, honorary home economics fraternity
which fosters high scholarship and leadership
among home economics students, to the new stu-
dents and to many non-members who were inter-
ested in styling and in homemaking.
RUTH ANDERSON, Cedar Falls. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. MARY
THAYER BADEN, Guthrie Center. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Lutheran
Student Association. LILIAN E. BARGMANN, Rodman. Elementary. Elementary Clubp Lutheran
Student Association. MAXINE BEDNAR, Manly. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary
ELDA BEKEMEIER, Hubbard. Elementary. Delta Phi Delta: Elementary Club. HAROLD BIEDER-
MANN, Independence. Elementary. DOROTHY BISHOP, Rowley. Elementary. Trapezoid: Ele-
mentary Club. ALICE BIORNSON, Goldfield. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
AGNES BLEEKER, Steamboat Rock. Elementary. Elementary Club. ALICE BLISS, Central City.
Elementary. IOSEPHINE BLUMGREN, 'Odebolt. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club:
Wornen's Band. KATHLEEN BOECKEMEIER, Dumont. Kindergarten-Primary.
MARIAN BOHSTEDT, Cedar Falls. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. REBECCA
LAVRINE BOLTON, Estherville. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Camera Club.
MELBE K. BOWMAN, Utopia. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. LILA
BRANDRUP, Webster City. Elementary. Elementary Club.
NOVELLA BREDBENNER, Klernme. Elementary. Elementary Clubg Purple Arrowp Kappa Phi:
Wesley Foundation. ELEANOR IUNE BRIGGS, Sutherland. Kindergarten-Primary. Tau Sigma
Delta: Kindergarten-Primary Club: Rho Epsilon Rho. INGWARD BRO, Kimballton. Elementary.
Elementary Club. BETTY BUDLONG, Fitonka. Elementary. Elementary Club.
MARY IUNE BUTLER, Mechanicsville. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Catho-
lics Student Association. GWENDOLYN CAKERICE, Eldora. Kindergarten Primary. Theta Gamma
Nu: Kindergarten-Primary Club. LEONE CHADWICK, Sibley. Elementary. Elementary Club.
EVELYN CHALLE, Iewell. Elementary. Women's Chorusg Elementary Clubg Lutheran Student
HARRIETT CHILCOTE, Iowa Falls. Elementary. Elementary Clubp Rho Epsilon Rho. MURIEL
CHRIST, Lake Park. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. GRACE CLANCY, Hardy.
Kindergarten Primary. Kinderqarten'Primary Club. HELEN RUTH CLANTON, Cedar Falls. Ele-
LOIS CLAPSADDLE, Conrad. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. ANNA
CLAUSEN, Dexter. Elementary. Purple Arrow: Elementary Cllrb. PEARL CLAUSSEN, Ricketts.
Elementary. Elementary Club. EUNICE CORDERMAN, Waterloo. Elementary. Orchestra Club.
BETTY COWAN, Waterloo. Kindergarten-Primary. V. O. V. Sigma Phi: Kindergarten-Primary
Club: Cecilian Glee Club: College Singers. HENRIETTA CREES, Atalissa. Elementary. 4-H Club:
Elementary Club: Kappa Phi: Wesley Foundation. DOROTHY DAGGETT, Sanborn. Elementary.
Elementary Club. PHYLLIS DAUGAARD, Onawa. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary
Club: Lutheran Student Association.
THERESA DAVIES, Worthing, S. D. Elementary. Rho Epsilon Rho: Lutheran Student Association.
MARY M. DEA, Shelby. Elementary. Catholic Student Association: Elementary Club. GRACE
DECKER, McGregor. Kindergarten-Primary. Pi Phi Omega: Kindergarten-Primary Club: Purple
Arrow, President: Hamilton Club. RUTH DE HAAN, Prairie City. Kindergarten-Primary. Kinder-
IEAN DENKER, Lester. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. RUTH DENTEL,
Faulkner. Kindergarten-Primary. Alpha Beta Gamma: Kindergarten-Primary Club: Rho Epsilon
Rho. MARTHA IANE DICK, Wyoming. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
HELEN DODD, New Hartford. Elementary. Kappa Phi: Elementary Club.
lANE L. DROWN, Curlew. Elementary. Elementary Club. BETTY DUNCAN, Waterloo. Elemen-
tary, Alpha Beta Gamma: Lite Saving Corps: Elementary Club. FREDA EDGARL Massena.
Elementary. IOYCE EDGERTON, Cedar Heights. Kindergarten-Primary. Alpha Beta Gamma:
Kindergarten-Primary Club: Cecilians.
MARY ELAINE ELLERBROCK, Yetter. Kindergarten-Primary. Phi Sigma Pliiy Kindergarten-Primary
Club, Rho Epsilon Rho. IEAN ELLIOTT, New Hartford. Elementary. Elementary Club. KATHRYN
ELVIDGE, Burt. Elementary. Elementary Club. ALVINA EVANS, Linn Grove. Kindergarten-
Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. .
WILMA C. EVANS, Casey. Elementary. Elementary Club. DOROTHEA I. FANDEL, Rodman.
Elementary. Elementary Club. MILDRED FISHER, Renwick. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-
Prirnary Club: Purple Arrowg' Theta Epsilon. MARIORIE ANN FOLKERTS,'Allison. Elementary.
MAXINE FOSTER, Cedar Falls. Kindergarten-Primary. Life Saving Corpsp Kindergarten-Primary
Club: Wesley Players. EVANGELINE FRENCH, Prairie City. Elementary. Elementary Club.
HELENE GASKELL, Belle Plaine. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. DORIS
GEORGE, Springville. Elementary. Pi Theta Pi.
MARIAN GOODENOW, Battle Creek. Elementary. Women's Band. MARIANN GOODRICH,
Council Bluffs. Kindergarten Primary. Pi Phi Omega: Kindergarten-Primary Club, Cecilian Glee
Club. HARRIET GOUGE, Corwith. Elementary. Elementary 'Club. VIOLA M. C.-RELL, Ventura.
Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
MAXINE GREGG, Oakland. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. MYRTLE GRUM,
Siqourney. Kindergarten-Primary. Writer's Clubg Kindergarten-Primary Club. BERNICE HAGEN,
Van Horne. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. BETTY HAMILTON, Baxter.
Kindergarten Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
EVELYN I-IANISCH, Grundy Center. Elementary. Purple Arrow: Cecilians. ELEANOR HANLON,
Stanwood. Elementary. Purple Arrowp Elementary Club. SELMA HANSON, Lennox, S, D.
Kindergarten-Primary. Lutheran Student Association. LOLA MAE HARBAUGH, Waterloo. Ele-
mentary. Elementary Club. A
ELEANOR HARTZ, Marengo. Elementary. Tau Sigma Deltap Rho Epsilon Rho: Elementary Club.
MARY IRENE HARTNELL, Stacyville. Kindergarten-Primary. ERMA HASTY, Callencler. Elemen-
tary. Elementary Club. LOLA MAE HAUSER, Van Horne. Elementary. Elementary Club, Vice-
AVIS HAYES, Hazletown. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. VERDA VEONNE
HIDDLESM, Rippey. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Prirnary Club: Wornen's Band. VIR-
GINIA HEMER, Arthur. Kindergarten-Primary. Women's Chorus: Kindergarten-Primary Club.
IEANETTE HIERSCHE, Early. Elementary. Elementary Clubg Women's Chorus.
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ELEANOR HILL, Maquoketa. Elementary. 4-I-I Club. MADONNA HOLLAND, Decorah. Kinder-
garten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Catholic Student Association. KATHARINE HUB-
BARD, Sioux City. Kindergarten Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Women's Chorus: West-
minster Student Council. HAZEL HUMES, Independence. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-
MARY MARGARET HUMPHREY, North English. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary
Club. INEZ V. IVERSON, Jewell. Kindergarten-Primary. Lutheran Student Association: Kinder-
garten Primary Club. MARY LOUISE JENNINGS, Marshalltown. Kindergarten-Primary. Kinder-
garten-Primary Club. RUTH JENSEN, Eldora. Kindergarten-Primary. Pi Theta Pi: Kindergarten-
ARLENE JOHNSON, Cresco. Kindergarten Primary. Phi Sigma Phi: Kindergarten-Primary Club.
ETI-IEL V. JOHNSON, Lisbon. Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Phi: Kindergarten-Primary Club: Or-
chestra Club: Wesley Foundation. MARIE JOHNSON, Mount Pleasant. Kindergarten-Primary.
Kindergarten-Primary Club. MARY B. JOHNSTON, Birmingham. Kindergarten-Primary. Kinder-
RUTH CHARLOTTE JOHNSON, Havelock. Elementary. Lutheran Student Association. BEATRICE
JONES, Williamsburg. Elementary. Elementary Club. ELIZABETH GARY JONES, Champaign,
Ill. Kindergarten-Primary. Vocations Committee. BETH JONGEWAARD, Sioux Center. Kinder-
garten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Women's Chorus.
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NEOMA F. IUNKERMEIER, Ledyarcl. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Clubp Trape-
zoidg Westminster Student Center. IANICE IUNKIN, Earlham. Kindergarten-Primary. Kinder-
garten-Primary Club. MARGARET ALICE KAIL, Spencer. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-
Primary Club: Wesley Foundation. VIOLA KAISER, Aurora. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten
MARIAN KENNEDY, Manchester. Elementary. Women's Chorus. LOIS P. KIRKPATRICK, Keota.
Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. MARGARET I. KLINE, Montezuma. Kinder-
garten-Prirnary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Literary Clubg Trapezoicl. EDNA KNOCK, Holland.
Elementary. Elementary Club.
LEONA KNOCK, Holland. Elementary. Elementary Club. BEVERLY KNUTSON, Des Moines.
Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. ZELMA LAIPPLE, Hampton. Kindergarten-
Prirnary. Kindergarten-Primary Cluby Women's Chorus. PAULINE H. LARSEN, Cedar Falls. Ele-
mentary. Elementary Clubg Writer's Club.
EDNA LEE, Morning Sun. Elementary. Elementary Club. EDYTHE LEINBAUGH, Clarence.
Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Euterpean Glee Club. RUTH LEINBAUGH,
Clarence. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Cluby Orchestra Club. IEWELL LEMLER,
Manly. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
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CLARA LINDAMAN, Ackley. Elementary. Theta Epsilong Elementary Club: 4-H Club, Womerfs
Chorus. ROSEMARY LLEWELYN, Bloomfield. Elementary. Elementary Club: A Capella Choir.
VIRGINIA LOY, Dunlap. Elementary. Elementary Club: Catholic Student Association. DAGMAR
LUND, Hampton. Elementary. Rho Epsilon Rho. Elementary Club.
CATHERINE MCGOUGH, Ackley. Elementary. Catholic Student Association, Elementary Club.
MAXINE MCLEOD, Hawarden. Elementary. LUCILLE MCMULLIN, Casey. Kindergarten-Primary.
Kindergarten-Primary. ALETHA WILKEY MACY, Lynnville. Kindergarten-Primary. Kinder-
garten-Primary Club. '
FERN I. MANGOLD, Coggon. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. LILA GAY
MARK, Casey. Kindergarten-Primary. Kinderqarten7Primary Club. I-IARRIET ELLEN MARSH,
Greene. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club, Cecilians. LEORA MARSHALL, Cedar
Rapids. Kindergarten-Primary. United Student Movementg Kindergarten-Primary Club.
MARIORIE MATHER, Laurens. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club, Theta Gamma
Nu, Treasurer. MILDRED MATTHEWS, Eldora, Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
RUTH CHARLOTTE MEYER, Eldridge. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. M.
BERNICE MEYLINK, Hull. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: College Choir, Rho
MARTHA IANE MICKEY, Clinton. Elementary. Elementary Club. ADELINE L. MILLER, Mannina.
Kindergarten-Primary. Pi Theta Pi, Treasurer, Purple Arrow, A Capella Choir, Kindergarten-
Primary Club. ALICE MILLER, Grundy Center. Elementary. 4-H Club, Secretary, Women's Band,
Concert Band, Orchestra Club, Elementary Club, Kappa Phi. VIRGINIA MISSMAN, Britt. Kinder-
garten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
LUCILE MITCHELL, Eldora. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. AMELIA PAYE
MOORE, Wadena. Elementary. Purple Arrow. GAYLE R. MORSE, Hardy. Kindergarten-Primary.
ISABELLE MOWBRAY, Waterloo. Elementary. Epsilon Phi. Epsilon, Trapezoid.
MARIORIE MUIR, Iowa City. Kindergarten-Primary. A Capella Choir. WILMA MULLER, Ackley.
Elementary. Elementary Club. VIVIAN MUMBY, Churclan. Elementary. Elementary Club.
ELEANOR MYERS, Colo. Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Phi, Kindergarten-Primary Club.
NELDA MYRICK, Estherville. Elementary. Elementary Club, 4-H Club. FAN NEILL, Council
Bluffs. Kindergarten-Primary. Pi Phi Omega, Kindergarten Primary Club. LILLY NIELSEN, Racine,
Wis. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. ROSEMARY NEVILLE, Anarnosa. Ele-
mentary. Catholic Student Association, Elementary Club.
DOROTHY L. NICHOLS, Clarion. Kindergarten-Primary. Purple Arrow. DOLORES NYBERG
Postville. Kindergarten-Primary. Tau Sigma Delta. KATHLEEN OLIVER, Lester. Kindergarten-
Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Women's Chorus. VERNICE OLSEN, Kimballton. Elemen-
tary. Kappa Theta Psi: Elementary Club, President: Purple Arrow.
VERNAL G. OLSON, Cedar Falls. Elementary. Elementary Club: Lutheran Student Association
ELAINE OPPEDAL, Story City. Kindergarten-Primary. Cecilicrns: Kindergarten-Primary Club:
Mixed Chorus. DOROTHY LUCILE PALMER, Waterloo. Elementary. Elementary Club. DOR-
OTHY EILEEN PARKER, Russell. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
ELSIE MAE PAULSON, Peterson. Kindergarten-Primary. Lutheran Student Association: Kinder-
garten-Primary Club. ARLENE PETERSEN, Elk Horn. Elementary. Elementary Club: Womens
Chorus. MILDRED M. PETERSON, Lawton. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club:
Phi Sigma Phi. SELMA PETERSEN, Ottosen. Elementary. Theta Epsilon: Women's Chorus: Ele-
mentary Club. -
VERDA PIEPER, Vail. Elementary ERNA PIOTTER, Manawa, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary. Kin-
dergarten-Prirnary Club: Lutheran Student Association. CLARA PORTER, Iowa Falls. Kinder-
garten-Primaryx Kindergarten-Primary Club. VVANDA PORTER, Cumberland. Kindergarten-
Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
VIRGENE POTTER, Coon Rapids. Elementary. CECILE PRATT, Boone. KindeTQCfffeU'Pff1'UC11'Y-
AGNES PUEGGEL, Clear Lake. Kindergarten-Primary. Epsilon Phi Epsilonp KinderqartenePri.rnary
Clubg Lutheran Student Association. DELORES PULLIN, Waterloo. Elementary. Elementary Club.
MILDRED PUTNAM, Montezuma. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten Primary Club: 4-H Club:
Wesley Foundation. GRACE RALSTON, Earlham. .Kindergarten-Primary. Tau Sigma Delta:
Women's Band. ROSE REASONER, Roclmon. Kindergarten-Primary. ARLENE G. REHDER, Glad-
brook. Kindergarten-Primary. Women's Chorus, Kindergarten-Primary Club.
MARIE RICHARDS, Clarksville. Elementary. Elementary Club. IUANITA RICHARDSON, Clarion.
Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. MERIGENE RIEDINGER, Maquoketa. Elemen-
tary. 4-H Clubg Elementary Club. MAXINE RISHER, Lynnville. Kindergarten-Primary. Kinder-
DOROTHY ROSE, Manly. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. CAROLYN ROYER,
Woodbine. Elementary. Elementary Club. MARGARET RUDE, Mapleton. Elementary. QUEN-
TIN SAWTELLE, Latimer. Elementary.
WARREN EVERETT SAWTELLE, Latimer. Elementary. MABRYN L. SCHAEFER, Lake Park.
Kindergarten-Primary. Theta Gamma Nu: Kindergarten-Primary Club, President, Trapezoidp A
Capella Choir. ELEANOR SCHNEIDER, Stanwood. Elementary. RUTH SCHOW, Garner. Ele-
mentary. Elementary Clubg Lutheran Student Association.
MARY IANE SCI-IOWALTER, Keokuk. Elementary. Pi Phi Omega: Elementary Club, Women's
Chorus: Rho Epsilon Rho. BARBARA SCHRYVER, Gladbrook. Elementary. Elementary Club.
ESTHER SEEFELD, Algona. Elementary. Elementary Club. IRENE SEEFELD, St. Ansgar. Kinder-'
garten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
DOROTHY SETCHELL, Ackley. Kindergarten-Primary. AGNES SIMONSON, Rolfe. Elementary.
Elementary Club. LUCILLE SIMPSON, Iowa Falls. B. A., English. IUNE STALICKY, Mason City.
Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Clubg Lutheran Student Association. .
VIOLET SKOVGAARD, Ringstecl. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Clubg Lutheran
Student Association. LUCILLE SMITH, Auburn. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
MARGARET ETHEI.. SMITH, Macedonia. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, Alden. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
EVELYN MAE STAUB, Wever. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. PAULINE
STOUFFER, Buckingham. Elementary. MILDRED STRAND, Primghar. Kindergarten-Primary.
Kindergarten-Primary Club. LEONARD STRANSKY, Toledo. Elementary. Pi Tau Theta.
EDITH STREET, Grand River. Elementary. ARLENE A. TAPPER, Kamrar. Kindergarten-Primary.
Kindergarten-Primary Club. LORRAINE TAYLOR, Steamboat Rock. Elementary. Theta Epsilong
Womerfs Bandg Elementary Club. ALICE THOMPSON, Shell Rock. Elementary. Elementary Club.
CATHERINE THOMSEN, Laurens. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club: Wesley
Foundation Student Council. HELEN TINNERMEIER, Newton. Elementary. Pi Phi Omega, Secre-
tary: College Choirg College Singers: Ceciliansg Elementary Club: Symphonia Choir: Rho Epsilon
Rho. BETTY LEE TOWNSLEY, Iowa City. Kindergarten-Primary. ADELLA ULLERICH, Van Horne.
Elementary. Elementary Clubg Women's Band.
DOROTHY UNDERWOOD, Albion. Elementary. Phi Sigma Phi: Elementary Club. PAULINE
VARCE, Bristow. Elementary. Elementary Club. GENEVIEVE VARLAMOS, Denison. Elementary.
Elementary Club. EULA VEENSTRA, Klemme. Elementary. Elementary Club: Women's Band.
MURIEL WARNOCK, Coggon. Elementary. NEVA N. WATROUS, Coon Rapids. Kindergarten-
Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Clubg Women's Chorus. BETH WEAVER, Hawarden. Kinder-
garten-Primary. Phi Sigma Phi, Secretary. .
MARLYS WEBBEKING, Waterloo. Kindergarten-Primary. Pi Theta Pi, Secretary: Kindergarten!
Primary Club. TRACY WEBER, Charles City. Elementary. Elementary Club. EILEEN WELCH,
Afton. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
LUCILLE WELCH, Afton. Elementary. HAZEL VIOLA WHITNEY, Adel. Kindergarten-Primary.
Kindergarten-Primary Club. HELEN WIEBEN, Dysart. Elementary. Elementary Club. CATHERINE
WILEY, Littleport. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club.
MARIORIE WOOD, Prescott. Kinderqarten4Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. ALICE WRIGHT,
Stanhope. Kindergarten-Primary. Kindergarten-Primary Club. MARGARET WYKERT, Columbus
lunction. Elementary. Elementary Club: College Symphony. MARIORIE ZEIGER, Garner. Kinder-
garten-Prima1y. Pi Theta Pig Kindergarten-Primary Club.
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ANN ABRAM, Cedar Falls. B.A. Elementary. Wesley Players, President, Kappa Phi. EDITH
AKIN, Waterloo. B.S. Home Economics. Ellen Richards. EVERETT ALTON, Waterloo. B.A.
Mathematics. Alpha Phi Omega, President, Kappa Delta Pi, Mathematics Club. MABEL AN-
DERSON, Port Dodge. BA. Mathematics. Mathematics Club, President, Kappa Mu Epsilon.
MARIAN ASHLEY, Cedar Falls. BA. English. Lite Saving Corps, Biology Club, W. A. A. Council
ROBERT N. AUPPERLE, Idaho Falls, Idaho. B.A. Music. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Stowaway,
President, Minnesingers. KATI-ILYN BACON, Marshalltown. B.A. Public School Music. Symphony
Orchestra, Women's Chorus. MARIE BAKER, Waterloo. B.A. Music. Sigma Alpha Iota.
HELEN BANK, Detroit, Michigan. B.A. Elementary. Art League, Elementary Club. ELAINE
BASSEL, Waterloo. B.A. Elementary. Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Elementary Club.
IOSEPI-I BEAVO, Dike. B.S. Commercial Education. Student Council, President, Blue Key, Board
of Publications, Inter-Fraternity Council. MARY LUCILLE BEESON, Red Oak. B.A. History.
LYDA BELTHUIS, Parkersburg. BA. Elementary. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Elementary Club. LA
VERNE BENZ, Randalia. B.A. Industrial Arts. Alpha Chi Epsilon, Blue Key, President, Inter-
Fraternity Council, Men's- Union, Epsilon Pi Tau. CLETUS BERGMAN, Waverly. B.S. Biology.
ESTI-IER BETZ, Maynard. B.A. Home Economics. Ellen Richards Club, 4-l-I Club, OLD GOLD.
1 r-i,. '
I. ARNOLD BIDNE, Northwood. BA. Commercial. Alpha Phi Omega: L. S. A. MERTON BLAKE,
Volga City. B.A. Earth Science. Lambda Gamma Nu. IEAN BLAKELY, Dumont. B.A. Com-
mercial. Commercial Club. DOROTHY BLANCHARD, Wapello. B.S. Physical Education. W.A.A.:
Life Saving Corps.
FRIEDA BLAUFUSS, Burlington. B.A. Public School Music. Kappa Delta Pi: A Capella Choir.
IANE E. BLOCK, Aplington. B.A. Commercial. Theta Epsilon: Commercial Club: German Club.
RUTH BOARDMAN, Cedar Falls. B.A. Home Economics. Pi Theta Pi: Cecilians: Ellen Richards
Club: Womens League Council. DORA BOERS, Milford. B.A. Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Pi
L. LLEWELYN BOONE, Dows. B.A. History. Romance Language Club: Wesley Foundation Stu-
dent Council: Pi Tau Theta. GERALD D. BOSHART, Wayland. B.A. Band and Orchestra. Phi
Mu Alpha: Orchestra: Minnesingers: College Choir. EUGENE BOVEE, Sioux City. B.A. Biology.
Alpha Chi Epsilon: OLD GOLD Art Editor: Student Council. MIRIAM BREEDEN, Kellogg. B.S.
LOUIS BREITBACH, Masonville. B.S. Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon: "l" Club. ROSE-
MARY BREWER, Tripoli. B.A. Elementary. Writer's Club: Orchestra Club: Women's Chorus.
MADELINE BRIGGS, Waterloo. B.S. Home Economics. Ellen Richards Club. MARY IANE
BRINDLEY, Cedar Falls. B.A. Commercial. Tau Sigma Delta: Pi Omega Pi, President: Kappa
Delta Pi: Playcraft Club.
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EVERETT BROWER, Lake View. B.S. Physical Education. Beta Beta Beta: Minnesinqers, MABEL
BROWN, Augusta, Ill. B.A. Commerce. Ceciliansg Commercial Club. MARION BROWN, Cedar
Falls. B.S. Home Economics. Kappa Theta Psi, Ellen Richards Club. BERNITA BRUNDAGE,
Waterloo. B.A. School Music Vocal. Delta Phi Delta, President, Sigma Alpha Iotag Kappa Delta
Pig Ceciliansg College Singers.
IEAN ANN BUCHE, Mitchell, S. D. B.A. Physical Education. Life Saving Corps. HELEN BURGER,
Cedar Falls. B.A. Speech. Theta Alpha Phi, President: Playcratt Club. MINA I. BURT, Clemons.
B,A. History. GORDON BUTE, Wahpeton, N. D. B.A. Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilonp
"I" Club: Alpha Phi Omega.
CLAUDE CAMPBELL, Des Moines. B.A. Public School Music. Minnesingersy Catholic Student
Association. IANE CARL, Waterloo. B.A. Applied Music. Sigma Alpha Iota, President: Kappa
Delta Phi. LAVERNE CARPENTER, Randalia. B.S. Commerce. Alpha Chi Epsilon. CALVIN
CHASE, Greeley. B.A. History. Alpha Chi Epsilong Blue Keyp Editor OLD GOLD: Social Science
HAROLD C. CHATFIELD, Winterset. B.A. Industrial Arts. Minnesingersg Playcraft Club. TILDA
CHRISTIANSON, Scarville. B.A. History. LAURA CLOSSON, Waterloo. B.A. Kindergarten. Kappa
Pi Beta Alpha: Women's Chorus: Orchestra Club. MARY KATHERINE CLOSSON, Waterloo. B.A.
Social Science. Theta Epsilon: Women's Chorus: Social Science Honors.
DORIS COPFMAN, Richland. B.A. English. Kappa Delta Pi, Women's Chorus, Sigma Tau Delta,
MARY ELIZABETH COLBURN, Sioux City. B.A. English. Kappa Theta Psi, Student Council,
Hamilton Club. CARROLL COOK, Dexter. B.A. Physical Education. Xanho, President, "l" Club.
HELEN F. CRANE, Waterloo. BA. Latin, Epsilon Phi Epsilon, Classical Club, President.
CYRIL CRANNY, Cedar Falls. B.S. Physical Education. Lambda Gamma Nu, "l" Club. KENNETH
CROWELL, Cedar Falls. B.A. History. MARY IEAN CROWELL, Mason City. B.A. Publi: School
Music. Sigma Alpha Iota. College Choir, Cecilians. RUTH CULBERTSON, Rockford, Ill. B.A.
Primary. Tau Sigma Delta, President, College Eye Editor, Press Club. l
MERRITT CUMMINGS, Maynard. B.A. Public School Music Instrumental. Phi Mu Alpha, A Capella
Choir, Stowaway, Symphony. ELINOR MAE CUTLER, Nora Springs. B.A. Speech. Delta Phi
Delta, Playcraft, Kappa Delta Phi, Theta Alpha Phi. CHARLES DAYHOFF, Kirkman. B.S. Phys-
ical Education. Wesley Foundation, Pi Tau Theta. CARROL DEAN, Waterloo. B.S. Home Eco-
nomics. Pi Tau Phi. V
GENEVERA DEVITT, Worthing, S. D. B.A. Elementary. Catholic Student Association, President,
Mathematics Club. MEREDITH N. DIX, Cedar Falls. BJ-l. Science. Alpha Delta Alpha, President,
Men's Union, Tri-Beta. HENRY DODSON, Marshalltown. B.A. Chemistry. Alpha Chi Epsilon,
Chemistry Seminar. ROGER DOWNING, Mason City. B.A. Public School Music. Phi Mu Alpha.
MARIORIE DUFFUS, Eldora. B.A. English. Classical Club. DOUGLAS DUNSMOOR, Fort Dodge.
B.A. Commerce. Phi Sigma Epsilon: College Eye. LEVERNE DUNSMOOR, Strawberry Point. B.A.
Commerce. Lambda Gamma Nu: "I" Club. IAMES T. DYCUS, Hammond, Ind. B.A. Public School
Music. Lambda Gamma Nu: Phi Mu Alpha: Board of Control, President: Student Council: Blue
Key: "I" Club.
HOWARD EASTER, Cedar Falls. B.A. Music. Theta Alpha Phi: Phi Mu Alpha: Bertha Martin
Scholarship: Freeman Piano Scholarship. ELIZABETH EDMONDS, Miami, Mo. B.S. Physical Edu-
cation. Orchesis: W. A. A. MARIORIE ELLIOTT, Marshalltown. B.S. Physical Education. Orchesis.
ALBERT ENGLISH, Clarion. B.A. Instrumental Music. Phi Mu Alpha: Symphony: Minnesingers.
FREDERICK EVERETT, New Sharon. BJ-I. Social Science. Alpha Chi Epsilon: Social Science
Honors. IEAN EVERI-IART, Charles City. BA. Music. Orchestra Club: A Capella Choir. MIL-
DRED FARRAN, Cherokee. B.A. Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Delta Phi. HELEN FENNEMA,
Monroe. BMA. Physical Education. Physical Education Club.
MAX B. FERGUSON, Oskaloosa. BMA. Physics. Varsity Wrestling: Band. AMASETTE FISHER,
Waterloo. B.A. Social Science. Epsilon Phi Epsilon: Westminister Student Center. MARIE
FRANKENFIELD, Charles City. B.A. Commercial. Commercial Club. RUTH FROST, Fort Dodge.
B.A. Social Science. Pi Gamma Mu: Social Science Honors.
IANET FRUDEGAR, Burlington. B.A. Kindergarten-Primary. Phi Sigma Phi: Kappa Pi Beta Alpha:
Kappa Delta Pi. ERWIN GAEDE, Tripoli. B.A. English. United Student Movement. ARTHUR
GAFFEY, Riceville. B.A. Biology. Xanho: German Club. RICHARD GIBSON, Sioux Rapids. BJ-l.
Social Science. Lambda Gamma Nu: Romance Language Club.
KENNETH GILBERTSON, Bladensburg, Md. B.S. Biology. Stowaway: A Capella Choir: Marching
Band. LOIS GLADE, Hartley. B.A.Music, Vocal. Tau Sigma Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Alpha
lota: Cecilians: Women's League Council. HELEN GMELIN, Elkader. B.S. Physical Education.
Orchesis: W. A.A. HARLAN H.'GOLDSMlTl'l, Clarence. B.A. Mathematics. Mathematics Club:
German Club. V
DONALD GREEN, Rolfe. B.A. Physical Education. Lambda Gamma Nu. WENDELL WALSH
GRIGGS, Cedar Falls. B.S. Biology. Alpha Chi Epsilon: Stowaway: Football. WILHELMINE
GRONSTAL, Estherville. B.A. Earth Science. Gamma Theta Upsilon. HAZEL GUETSCHOW,
Paullina. B.A. Mathematics. Kappa Mu Epsilon: VV. A. A.: German Club.
RUSSELL GUSTER, Denison. B.A. Instrumental Music. Lambda Gamma Nu: Phi Mu Alpha, Presi-
dent: Symphony Orchestra. OPAL HALL, Creston. B.A. Vocal Music. College Choir: A Capella
Choir: Orchestra Club. MARY HAMER, Waterloo. B.A. Music. Womens Chorus: Orchestra Club.
GENEVA HANSEN, Palmer. B.A. English. College Singers: Cecilians: United Student Movement.
MARY, HANSEN, Cedar Falls. B.A. Music. Kappa Theta Psi: Sigma Alpha Iota: Kappa Delta Pi:
Symphony Orchestra. MAYNARD HANSEN, Central City. B.A. Mathematics. Alpha Chi Epsilon:
Men's Band. SALINA HANTELMANN, Fenton. B.A. Critical Training. College Choir: Lutheran
Student Association. RUTH E. HARDING, Rockwell City. B.A. Commercial. Pi Omega Pi: Gamma
METTA HARMAN, Sac City. B.A. English. Pi Phi Omega: Women's League Council. VELMA
HARMAN, Sac City. B.A. History. Romance Language Club: International Relations Club.
MATTIE HARMS, Allison. B.A. Commercial. PAUL HARMS, Allison. B.S. Physical Education.
IOHN ALBERT HEALY, Mount Auburn. B.A. Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Guild: A Capella
Choir: Men's Band. VERNICE HELLESTAD, Unity, Wis. B.A. Kindergarten Primary. Pi Theta Pi:
Lutheran Student Association. ROLLAND HELLWIG, Keystone. B.A. Social Science. Social Sci-
ence Honors. SOPHUS HELM, Ventura. B.S. Commercial. Commercial Club.
GEORGE HENNEY, Denison. B.A. Mathematics. RUSSELL HERSCH, Big Lake, Minn. B.A.
Mathematics. Mathematics Club: Industrial Arts Club. B'ANN HERON, Galena, Ill. B.A.
Kindergarten-Primary. Alpha Beta Gamma, President: Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Phi Beta Alpha.
ROGER HERWIG, Council Bluffs. B.A. Industrial Arts. Epsilon Pi Tau: Industrial Arts Guild,
KATHRYN HILLER, Letts. B.A. Mathematics. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Gamma Theta Upsilon.
DOROTHY HOEFFLER, Sioux City. B.A. Physical Education. Orchesis: W. A. A. MIRIAM HOLST,
Keystone. B.A. Mathematics. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Kappa Delta Pi. IEAN HORGAN, Postville.
B.A. English. Tau Sigma Delta: Sigma Tau Delta: Romance Language Club: Women's League
BERNICE HUDSON, Dougherty. B.A. French. Classical Club: Gamma Theta Upsilon. BERNARD
HUGHES, Lime Springs. BA. Physical Education. Alpha Chi Epsilon, President. LOUISE HUSER,
Schulenburg, Texas. B.A. Home Economics. Ellen Richards Club. GEORGE HUTCHISON, Lake
City. B.A. Physical Education. Lambda Gamma Nu: Blue Key: "l" Club.
ALICE ISEIVIINGER, Hudson. B.A. Commercial. Commercial Club. WILMA ISLEY, Cedar Falls.
BA. English. Sigma Tau Delta: Gamma Theta Upsilon. LEROY IENSEN, Massena. B.A. Math-
ematics. Mathematics Club. FLOYD IOHNSON, Kiron. B.A. Physics. Lambda Delta Lambda:
Chemistry Seminar: Mathematics Club: College Orchestra.
LEEVERN IOHNSON, Earlham. B.A. Commercial. Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi. SHIRLEY
IOHNSON, Missouri Valley. BJ-l. Social Science. ROSEMARY IOHNSTON, Waterloo. l3.A. Home
Economics. Delta Phi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Women's League Executive Committee: College Eye.
IAMES IORDAN, Waterloo. B.A. Social Science. Lambda Gamma Nu: Blue Key: Social Science
Honors: Press Club.
ROY IORGENSEN, Eagle Grove. B.A. Mathematics. Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Pi
Gamma Mu. ALLEN KANE, Farmersburg. B.A. Industrial Arts. "l" Club: Industrial Arts Guild.
ELEANOR KELLY, Waterloo. B.A. English. Alpha Beta Gamma. ANITA KENNEALLY, Elkader.
B.A. Mathematics. Kappa Delta Pi: Mathematics Club.
HELEN IANE KENDERDINE, Dickens. B.A. Commercial. Pi Theta Pi: Bartlett Hall President:
Women's League Executive Committee. NORMA KILLAM, Otho. B.S. Commercial. Cecilians:
Commercial Club. DOROTHY ELIZABETH KING, Waterloo. B.S. Home Economics. Ellen Richards
Club: Theta Epsilon. DORIS KIRGIS, Bouton. B.A. Mathematics. Delta Sigma Rho: Theta Gamma
Nu: Kappa Delta Pi: Debate.
WALTER KNAPP, Waterloo. B.A. Social Science. Social Science Honors. HELEN KNOCHE,
Clarksville. B.A. Commercial. Theta Gamma Nu: Life Saving Corps: A Capella Choir: College
Choir. IUNE KNOWLES, Waterloo. B.A. Physical Education. Epsilon Phi Epsilon: W. A. A.:
Orchesis. CATHARINE S. KOOS, Lamotte. B.A. Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Phi: Kappa Pi
Beta Alpha. '
LEON KRAFFT, Cedar Falls. B.A. Instrumental Music. Alpha Delta Alpha: Phi Mu Alpha:
Minnesingers. ELEANOR RAE KREUSSEL, Lamont. B.A. English. Epsilon Phi Epsilon: Sigma Tau
Delta: Kappa Delta Pi. HELEN KROEGER, Preston. B.A. Music. Pi Phi Omega, President:
Cecilians. MABEL KRUSE, Holland. B.A. Music. Sigma Alpha lota: Cecilians: College Singers.
VERNON W. KRUSE, Chapin. BS. Industrial Arts. Epsilon Pi Tau, President: Industrial Arts
Guild. GENEVIEVE KUHL, Ida Grove. l3.S. Home Economics. Tau Sigma Delta: Ellen Richards
Club. MARY IEAN LANDGRAP, Waterloo. B.A. English. Kappa Theta Psi, President: Sigma Tau
Delta. ROSE MARGARET LEAK, Williamsport, Ind. B.A. Music. Pi Tau Phi: Sigma Alpha Iota.
IOSEPHINE LEICHTMAN, New Hampton. B.S. Home Economics. Ellen Richards Club: Theta
Epsilon: Chemistry Seminar. WILLIAM LENZ, Dubuque. B.A. Music. Symphony: C. S. A.
MARVEL LESCH, Osage. B.A. Elementary. Beta Alpha Epsilon: L. S. A.: P. E. Club. FRED
LIPFRING, Waterloo. B.A. English. Sigma Tau Delta.
CLARA LOUNSBERRY, Marshalltown. B.A. English. Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta: Beta Beta
Beta. SUE LUND, Rockford, lll. B.A. History. Phi Sigma Phi: Women's League President: Pi
Gamma Nu: Kappa Delta Pi. ROY LUNDOUIST, Denison. B.A. History. Lambda Gamma Nu:
Social Science Honors: Inter-Fraternity Council. MARIORIE LYNCH, Cedar Falls. B.A. English.
Epsilon Phi Epsilon.
IOHN MAGOVICH, Buhl, Minn. B.A. Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsilon: "I" Club. lOl-IN
MAMMEN, Palmer. B.A. History. Social Science Honors: L. S. A.: Mathematics Club. DOROTHY
IANE MARINAN, Waterloo. B.A. Commerce. Epsilon Phi Epsilon. CAROL MATHERS, Cedar
Falls. B.A. Earth Science. Gamma Theta Upsilon.
GERTRUDE MATTHIAS, Anamosa. B.A. Primary. Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Pi Beta Alpha: L. S. A.
CYRII.. MEYER, Elkport. B.A. Commerce. Lambda Gamma Nu. DOROTHY E. MILLER, West
Bend. B.S. Physical Education. Orchesis: Life Saving Club: P. E. Club. EARL F. MILLER,
McGregor. B.A. Chemistry. Lambda Delta Lambda: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Alembic Club: Chemistry
HUBERT MISSILDINE, Dumont. B.S. Physical Education. Alpha Chi Epsilon: "I" Club. MARY
ELIZABETH MITCHELL, Gooding, Idaho. B.A. Primary. Theta Gamma Nu: Kappa Pi Beta Alpha
CLARK MITZE, Cedar Falls. B.A. Music. Phi Mu Alpha: College Symphony: Band: Playcraft.
MARIAN MOEN, George. B.A. Public School Music. Cecilians: Sigma Alpha Iota: College Singers:
HARRIET MORRIS, Sioux City. B.A. English. Classical Club: Romance Language Club. EVELYN
MOULTON, Waverly. B.A. English. Theta Gamma Nu: Cecilians: College Choir. KENNETH
MUELLER, Maguolceta. B.A. Speech-English. Alpha Chi Epsilon: Minnesingers: Tutor Tickler co-
director. RICHARD MUNNS, Kansas City, Kansas. BA. Biology. Beta Beta Beta: College Choir.
DALE MURRAY, Lamont. B.S. Commercial Education. Lambda Gamma Nu: Golden Ledger:
Commercial Club. DOROTHY MAY MYERS, Cedar Falls. B.A. Home Economics. Kappa Phi:
Ellen Richards Club. DERWIN MYI-IR, Cedar Falls. B.A. Biology. Beta Beta Beta: Band. ELIZA-
BETH MCELHINNEY, Buckingham. B.S. Commercial. Commercial Club: Foto Forum.
MARGARET MCELHINNEY, Buckingham. B.A. Speech. Playcralt: Theta Alpha Phi: Cecilians.
EVELYN McKELLlPS, Lawton. B.A. Primary. Pi Tau Phi: Orientation Chairman: Kappa Pi Beta
Alpha. FLORENCE NEUMEIER, Gladbrook. B.A. Piano. College Symphony: Art League: A
Capella Choir. PEGGY NEWMAN, Waterloo. B.A. Social Science. Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Gamma
Mu: College Eye Staff: Press Club.
BEVERLY NEWTON, La Porte City. BA, Art. Phi Sigma Phi: Art League: Romance Language
Club: Women's League Council. IEANNETTE NEWTON, La Porte City. B.A. Kg. Primary. Phi
Sigma Phi: Kappa Pi Beta Alpha. VALBORG NIELSEN, Cedar Falls. BA. Elementary Ed. L. S. A.
IAMES NORTH, Vail. B.A. Agriculture. Westminister Fellowship, President: Stowaway Club.
DAN OAKLEY, Cedar Rapids. B.A. Social Science. LAURA MAE O'BANiON, Le Mars. BJ-l.
Elementary. Theta Epsilon: Cecilians: College Choir: Mathematics Club: Elementary Club. NOR-
RTNE R. ODLAND, Clarion. B.A. Elementary Education. Gamma Theta Upsilon, President: Kappa
Delta Pi: Senior Counselor: Executive Committee. ROY QLSEN, Waterloo Rd. BA. Commerce.
Alpha Chi Epsilon: Men's Union, President: OLD GOLD: "l" Club: Blue Key.
LEO OLSON, Ames, B.A, Social Science. TOM ORR, Cedar Falls. B.A. Mathematics. Lambda
Gamma Nu: Mathematics Club. KENNETH ORTON, Williams. B.A. Social Science. L. S. A.:
Industrial Arts Guild. EDNA PADOVAN, Numa. BA. Commerce. Commercial Club: Gamma
LEE F. PARMAN, Cedar Falls. B.A. Mathematics. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Kappa Delta Pi: College
Singers. DALE PARRISH, lonia. B.A. History. Alpha Delta Alpha: Band. MIRIAM PETERSON,
Madrid. B.A. Commercial. Gamma Theta Upsilon: Commercial Club. EDWARD I. PHIPPIN,
Estherville. B.A. Biology. Phi Sigma Epsilon: "I" Club: Track.
GERALD PIERES, I-Iudson. B.S. Commercial. Xanho: Golden Ledger: Catholic Student Association.
NORRIS PRITCHARD, Dike. B.A. Social Science. Kappa Mu Epsilon: Pi Gamma Mu: Forum Com-
mittee. SUE ALICE RECTOR, Odebolt. B.A. Music. Sigma Alpha Iota: Orchesis: Cecilians: Sym-
phony. EVELYN REHN, Miles City, Mont. B.A..Physicx'1l Education. Orchesis: Camera Club.
MARGARET REINHART, Ridgeway. B.A. Music. Cecilians: College Singers: Orchestra Club. ORRA
REW, Lamoni. B.A. lndustrial Arts. Phi Sigma Epsilon: "I" Club: Industrial Arts Guild. BILLINGS
RICHARDS, Dubuque. B. A. English. MARY RICKEY, Washington. B.A. Mathematics. Trapezoid:
Mathematics Club. 1
CARLETON RIDER, Gilmore City. B.S. Physical Education. Alpha Delta Alpha. I-IAZEL RILEY,
Corning. B.S. Commercial. Tau Sigma Delta: Commercial Club. VIRGINIA F. ROHDE, Davenport.
B. A. Music. Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Concert Band: Symphony. RUTH OLIVE ROSEN-
BERGER, Cedar Falls. B.A. Music. Pi Theta Pi: A Capella Choir.
RICHARD ROUPE, Ames. B.A. English. Sigma Tau Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Phi Omega.
CHARLES RUGGLESS, Prairie City. B.A. English. Romance Language Club: Writer's Club. ALETA
MAE RUNKLE, Pisgah. B.A. Music. Cecilians, IEANNE ELIZABETH RUSSELL, Winfield. B. A.
Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Pi Beta Alpha: Cecilians.
EILEEN RUTHERFORD, Greeley. B.A. English. Sigma Tau Delta, President: Kappa Delta Pi: Theta
Alpha Phi: Old Gold: Symphony. BEULAH SADOFF, Clarion. B.A. Commercial. Pi Omega Pi:
Commercial Club. FRANCES SADOFF, Clarion. B.S. Commercial. Pi Omega Pi: OLD GOLD:
Womerfs Band. EILEEN SAWYER, Iewell. B.A. Music. Theta Gamma Nu: Orchestra Club.
ELIZABETH SCHEIBE, Mason City. B.A.-History. Cecilians: College Singers. MAXINE SCHIVE,
- . . N
Fort Dodge. B.A. English. Kappa Delta P1: College Eye: Sigma Tau Delta. RUTH SCHLESSELMA ,
Laurel. B.A. Physical Education. W. A. A.: Life Saving Corps: Orchesis. HARRY SCHLEY, Cedar
Rapids. B.S. Physical Education. Phi Sigma Phi: Inter-Fraternity Council President.
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MARY MARGARET SCI-IMITT, Alta. BA. Art. Art League. RUTH SEYBOLD, Ackley. B.A. Mathe-
matics. Kappa Delta Pi: Kappa Mu Epsilon: Commercial Club. VIRGINIA SHANNON, Washington.
B.A. Primary. Kappa Pi Beta Alpha: Art League. LUCILLE SHAW, Boone. B.A. Mathematics.
RAYMOND SHEPARD, Hastings. B.S. Commerce. Alpha Chi Epsilon: Press Club: Seerley Hall,
President. ALICE SIGLIN, Woodworth. B.A. Elementary. Kappa Delta Pi. LAURA SIMPSON,
Cedar Falls. Bjl. Speech, Delta Phi Delta: Theta Alpha Phi: Verse Speaking Choir: Playcraft.
RUSSELL SIVERLY, Mount Union. BJ-I. Commerce. Commercial Club: College Singers.
LEONA SMITH, CorrectionVille.B.A. English. Pi-Tau Phi: College Choir: Inter-Sorority Council:
United Student Movement. HUBERT P. SMOCK, Keota. B.A. English. Sigma Tau Delta: Kappa
Delta Pi: Romance Language Club. LELAND SNELL, Plymouth. B.S. Physical Education. "l" Club.
CARROLL SOENKE, Stockton. B.A. Biology. Chemistry Seminar: Tri Beta: Alernbic.
CATHERINE SPOONER, Storm Lake. Kappa Theta Psi: Commercial Club: Student Council. CHAR-
LOTTE STEINKAMP, Seymour, Ind. B.A. English. L. S. A.: Phi Sigma Phi: Drama: Playcrait.
LORRAINE STRINGER, Rockwell City. BJ-l. Commerce. Golden Ledger: Women's League: W. A.- A.:
Physical Education Club. RALPH STROUP, Wapello. B.A. Commerce. Alpha Delta Alpha: Com-
VERA STUTSMAN, Washington. B.A. Primary. Kappa Pi Beta Alpha: Kappa Delta Pi. NORMA
SUTZ, Davenport. BJ-l. Music. Sigma Alpha lota: Kappa Delta Pi: Orchestra. OZZO TAYLOR, Alden.
B.A. Commerce. Xanho: Inter-Fraternity Council. DOROTHY THOMAS, Lime Springs, B.A. Music.
Kappa Theta Psi: Sigma Alpha Iota: College Singers.
MARCIA THOMSEN, Laurens. BA. English. Sigma Tau Delta: Mathematics Club: Women's Chorus.
MARGARET THURSTON, Cedar Falls. B.S. Home Economics. Kappa Theta Psi: Ellen Richards Club:
Rho Epsilon Rho. ED TREFZGER, Inglewood, California. B.A. Physical Education. Phi Sigma Epsi-
lon: "I" Club. MARCELLA TROTTNOW, BA. Commerce. Commercial Club.
NEVCA TROTTNOW, Dysart. B.A. Social Science. 4-I-I Club.: Trapezoid. ANTON TURKAL, Bessemer,
Mich. B.A. Social Science. "I" Club. AVON TURNER, Belknap, B.A. English. Mathematics Club.
SAM URE, Riceville. B.A. Commercial. Pi Omega Pi: Commercial Club: Mathematics Club.
MARY VAN SKIKE, Ireton. B.A. English. Sigma Tau Delta: A Capella Choir: Classical Club.
MERLE VAUGI-IN, Benton. B.S. Physical E'd1.1caiion. Xanho. WANDA WAINRIGI-IT, Superior River.
B.A. Physical Education: W. A. A.: Life Savings Corps: Physical Education Club, President.
WILMA WALTERS, Little Sioux. B.A. Commercial. Commercial Club.
OREN WEIR, Cedar Falls. B.A. Commercial. Alpha Chi Epsilon: Phi Mu Alpha: Orchestra: Band
I-IUBERT WI-IITE, Hamburg. B.A. Commercial. Golden Ledger: Commercial Club: Stowaway
IEANNETTE M. WI-IITE, Badger. B.A. Elementary Education: Commercial Club: 4-H Club. WINI-
FRED WICKEBSI-IAM, Melbourne. B.A. Commercial. Commercial Club: German Club: 4-H Club
EDNA WILLIAMS, Bronson. B.A. History. MARY K. WILLIAMS, Marcus. BA. Kindergarten-PIL
mary. Westminster Student Council: Kappa Pi Beta Alpha, Trapezoid. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS, Fort
Dodge. BA. Commercial. Pi Omega Pip Hamilton Club: Pi Gamma Mug Debate. GRACE WIL-
SON, Grinnell. B.S. Home Economics. Ellen Richards Club.
LLOYD R. WILSON, Mason City. B.S. Industrial Arts. Delta Sigma Phi, Epsilon Pi Tau: Alpha Phi
Omega. ELIZABETH WITT, Elkader. B.A. Kindergarten-Primary. Orchesisg Kappa Pi Beta Alpha.
WILLIS WITTMER, Crawfordsville. B.A. Music. Kappa Delta Pig Mens Bancly A Capella Choir.
ORLIN VVITTRIG, Washington. B.A. Commercial. Commercial Club.
DOLORES WOITO, Alqona. B.A. Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Pi Beta Alpha. EDITH E. WRIGHT,
Osage. B.S. Home Economics. Ellen Richards Club. DOROTHY WURTZER, Fort Dodge. B.A.
Commercial. Pi Omega Pi: Hamilton Club: Debate: Pi Gamma Mug Commercial Club. IOE
YOSELOFF, Mason City. B.A. Social Science. Social Science Honors.
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the OLD GOLD dance
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represents Tau Slqmcl Delta. She
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A commerce major, 'MAB-Y IANE
BBINDLEY is president of Pi Omega Pi,
secretary of Women's League, and a
member oi Tau Sigma Delta, Kappa
Delta Pi and verse-speaking choir.
Efficient 'ACALVIN CHASE is the l94U
CLD GOLD editor, besides belonging
to Blue Key, Social Science Honors,,
Alpha Chi Epsilon and lnter-Eraternity
Council. Peppy 'MARY "LlZ" CCL-
BUBN is one oi the representative stu-
dents. She is vice-president oi the Stu-
dent Council, member of Women's
League Executive Committee, Kappa
Theta Psi and Hamilton Club.
W H C' S
'ABCBEBT AUPPEBLE is the serious
lad leading the list. Perhaps he Won-
ders, as he sings, it it pays to be presi-
dent of Baker Hall, Minnesingers and
Phi Mu Alpha. "Behind that band saw
stands LAVEBNE BENZ, president of
Blue Key, chairman of the Student Be-
lations Committee, an Epsilon Pi Tau,
and lnter-Fraternity Councillor. 'That
loolc: of rapture belongs to ICE BEAVC.
His companion may be praising him
for being president of Student Council,
vice-president of Alpha Delta Alpha,
and a "Blue Keyer." A
'lntent upon her music is BCSEMABY
ICHNSTCN, organist. She edited two
student handbooks, besides Working
on the "College Eye", executive com-
mittee, and being a member of Kappa
Delta Pi. 'IAMES ICBDAN, micro-
phone-gripper, has designs on the law
profession. He belongs to Blue Key,
Social Science Honors, Press Club,
and formerly edited the "College
Eye". "HELEN If-XNE KENDEBDINE is
vice-president oi the Women's League
executive committee. She is also a
member ot the lnter-Sorority Council
and Commerce Club.
'HBUTH CULBEBTSCN, Editor," reads
the "College Eye". "Cubby" is the
past president of the Press Club and
of Tau Sigma Delta, as well as a mem-
ber oi Purple Arrow honorary group.
'Trumpeter IAMES DYCUS heads the
Student Board oi Control, serves on
the Student Council, besides belong-
ing to Blue Key, Phi Mu Alpha, and
Men's Band. 'Beneath the lovely coif-
iure is IEAN HCBGAN, Women's
League Becreational Chairman, and a
member oi Sigma Tau Delta, Tau Sig-
ma Delta, and Bomance Language
"Putting on the finishing touches,
EABL MILLEB prepares to strut his
stuff. Besides his drum major position
he belongs to Lambda Delta Lambda,
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Men's Band, Alem-
bic Club, and Chemistry Seminar.
AKEN MUELLEB, co-director of Tutor
Ticklers, sketches a design ior the
show. l-le is affiliated with Playcratt,
College Choir, and Commercial Club.
ABC-Y CLSEN, Business Manager ot the
CLD GCLD, smiles at the sale receipts.
l-le is president of Men's Union, and a
member of Blue Key and l Club.
"All dressed up for Work, DCBIS KlB-
GIS gives someone a refill. She is not
only a member of Delta Sigma Bho,
Kappa Delta Pi, and Kappa Mu Epsi-
lon, but Chairman ot the Organiza-
tions Committee. fSmiling SUE LUND,
a member of Pi Gamma Mu and Kap-
pa Delta Pi, is Women's League Presi-
dent. Sue also serves on the Student
Council Lecture and Entertainment
Committee. TCE MCPHEBSCN, co-
director oi Tutor Ticklers, holds the
line. l-le belongs to Theta Alpha Phi,
Playcraft, Blue Key, and is chairman
of the active Orientation Committee
'As Society Editor of the College Eye,
MARY RICKERT keeps herself busy.
She is also president of Press Club,
secretary of Student Council, and a
member of the Romance Language
Club. 'RAY SHEPARD reclines and
reads. Besides holding the presidency
of Seerley Hall he belongs to Golden
Ledger, Commercial Club, and Press
Club. 'Beaming from behind the
desk, CATHERINE SPOCNER com-
ments on social life as seen by her
committee. She belongs to Delta Sig-
ma Rho, Hamilton Club, and is a Bart-
lett Hall Senior Resident.
'CHARLOTTE STETNKAMP is one of
the leading drama students, but finds
time to be a member of Phi Sigma Phi,
Playcraft, Theta Alpha Phi, and Lu-
theran Students' Association. As head
cheerleader AALVIN WELLER helps to
fill up his spare moments. But still he
belongs to Alpha Chi Epsilon, lVlen's
Union, and to the Crientation commit-
tee. 'DCRCTHY WURTZER one of the
team that met the British debators, fills
the dates on her calendar with mem-
bership in Pi Omega Pi, Hamilton
Club, Commercial Club and the Stu-
Coiieqe Eye ediior-in-
ciniei, Ruin nas made cr
'promineni pierce ior iner-
seii on 'Cne campus. She
ciaims Tau Siqmci Deiic JAIXAES
ioi which sine is presidenii i
cis ner socicxi sorority, and 'I O R UA N
is C1 member oi ?urpie
Arrow. She is gg pggx "Kim", as his iriends know
presideni oi 'One Press him, is ci ieiiow who "qeis
Ciub and durinq me year c1rOur1d." A Socicii Sci-
XQ37-38 was mcincxqinq GHCG Tf1C13OI. C1043 C1 P051
ediior Qi me "Eye," ediior-in-ciniei oi an Piii-
Prmericcxn Coiieqe Eye,
rs, i y ine new iinds 'nis iime con-
iw w Ae. K' sumed wiin membership
, X 5 i y .W ,X in Lambda Gamma Nu
, y V gm' socicii ircxierniiy, Eine
A J Key, Sociei Science Hon-
- ierniiy Coun-
ors, 'inier Frei
' i cii and Press Ciub.
Prnoiher person who can
do a hundred ihinas is
wmv and inaenious
Mary "Liz." The vice-
presidency Ol KGPPC1
Theia Psi social sororiiy
and ihe same oiiice on
ihe Siudeni Council help
while avvay her iime, GS
does membership in ihe
'Womens Leaaue Execu-
iive Commiiiee, Llamilion
Club, and ihe Uniied
ls busy as anyone could
ne, Roy is a well-known
liqure on ihe campus.
Alpha Chi Epsilon social
iraierniiy, lVlen's Union
presidency land, inci-
denially, presidency oi
ihe execuiive board oi
ihis oraanizaiionl, CLD
GOLD Business Mana-
qership, Blue Key, Press
Club and Commercial
Club help him io make
use oi every hour.
lnteresting Students and Faculty
INTRCDDUCING TO YOU: "SO-
PHUS HELM, the radio ham.
With his receiving set in his
little room over on Olive Street,
he tunes in other amateur opera-
tors and contacts similar souls
all over the United States.
"GENE BOVEE, the Woodcarver.
First, he carved a Wooden neck-
lace for his girl. Then he added
some sharper arrows to his
hand-carved how-and-arrow set
to Ward off rivals for either her or
the necklace! 'HERBERT l-IAKE,
charcoal artist. Clubs clamor for
Mr. l'lake's talks made vivid by
his deft strokes with a piece of
charcoal. Audiences marvel at
the technique displayed in his
hurriedly sketched characters.
'CONNIE SCHAEFER, canine
collector. Connie, when still a
Wee lass, hit upon the idea of
making stuffed dogs and giving
them to her friends. Now, she
has an assortment of all kinds of
pups, from china to calico.
'RQBERT KRULISH AND I. B. PAUL ll, camera fans. Krulish keeps the
college betore the public by sending his pictures ot campus activities to
the Des Moines Register. Paul takes all kinds ot stills, including dramatic
production scenes tor the college drama department. 'DONALD
DUBBERT, Xylophonist. He belongs to two honorary organizations, the
College Band and Orchestra, and makes practically straight Al 'MYRON
RUSSELL, wood-turner. Mr. Russell has made chairs, tables, writing
desks, and hobby horses. Now, he is working on an oboe. 'RQGENA
GENTNER, penguin admirer. Rogena has ninety-eight specimens of
these Antarctic towl. When Richard Byrd showed her a live one, she de-
cided to collect them as a hobby. i'lVlARGARET Tl-IURSTON, dress-de
signer. Margaret gained campus recognition by winning a hundred
dollars in a contest, with an originally designed and hand-made dress.
'DR. LLQYD V. DCUGLAS, with one hundred and twenty-tive pipes!
Dust is not allowed to settle on any of the treasure collection adorning the
Douglas mantel--"A pipe for every mood," says Dr. Douglas.
Top Row: Krulish, Dubbert, Russell
Bottom Row: Gentner, Paul, Thurston, Douglas
Beans say, "Skunk 'em!"
A D A's first place winners.
Chi's sponsor, "Wrong way Corrigan."
Welcoming alumni: Bond Marches ony After the game.
Homecoming! Hundreds of "grads" stop Work tor a Week-
end, pack up their bags, and journey to the great event of
the year at Iowa State Teachers College. The theme of
this year's homecoming was reviving and rebuilding in-
terest in the college and its Work. To start the Week-end
right, a Zippy pep-meeting was held Friday night, October
28. After that, Maxwell Anderson's "Star Wagon" enter-
tained the "alums" at its second performance of the
The alumnae battle in a game of field hockey
Week. As a check-up of the great
number who came, and as a means
of hunting lost friends, registration
was held from nine A. M. until four-
thirty P. M. on Saturday. Alumnae
of the Women's physical education
department played their annual
hockey game in the afternoon. At
the same time the general alumni
association held a business meeting
in the Commons. A highlight of the
day's program was a homecoming
luncheon with Dr. Eva May Luse as
speaker. Homecomers' enthusiasms
were more pepped up by the Morn-
ingside-Teachers' College football
game and by the snappy men's and
Women's bands which paraded be-
fore the game. Saturday was
brought to a close with social and
The band welcomes the alumn
Get that man!
honorary organization dinners, and
the annual Homecoming dance.
Sunday, a special service was held
for all homecoming visitors.
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Qver one hundred students Ccgrnpus
legders gs they were known gt the
eventl were present oft the gnnugl
campus legders' dinner given by
President 0. R. Lgthdrn. Dr. Lotthgrn
spoke on the Hlntegrottion of cornpus
orggnizgtions for the good of the corn-
pus os g Whole." A surprise tribute by
Ruth Culbertson to President Lotthorm
in behotli oi the student body ond the
cotrnpus legders, was one of the high-
lights of the evening. lt Wgs given in
gloprecigtion for the work done by Dr.
Lctthgrn while gcting gs President gt
lowot Stotte Tegchers College for the
potst ten yeotrs.
Jthum greets Mr. McPherson
five queens-a real handffull. Formal dinner, Elesie and Bovee bored?
First beauty appears. Intermission-the Georgian lounge. Chase worries.
The lucky Miss McMillan and Mr. Clayton. Presenting Miss Slutsman. Who shall I vote ior.
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Pooled: Two hundred Teachers' College dancers until the middle ot
the dance. lrnagine their surprise when they discovered they were
not listening to the right orchestra! Dick Hendricks had not come! At
this one dance of the year, where attendance of iloeautiiul co-eds is
assured, six beauties were chosen to grace the pages of the OLD
GGLD. Preceding the dance a dinner with Ruth Culbertson and
larnes lordan as hostess and host Was held in honor of Mr. Kenneth
Clayton, judge oi the six loeauties.
Mr. Borwxck- Mr. Benz
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lnformal and formal! A remarkable dance! Members of the
Blue Key were distinguished from their fellow students by the
matter of a "tuX." Taking time fromutheir scholarly and honor-
ary duties, the members, along with their guests and many in-
formally dressed colleagues, danced to the music of "Doc" Law-
son and his orchestra. A "feature" of the feature dance Was the
grouping of Women in the Commons' lounge and of men in the
balcony above fthe-reversal of Shalcespeares lorocedurel, after
which both groups joined hands as the lines entered the middle
door of the ballroom. '
McNally has a Whee of a time.
George and Martha lead the grand
Martha and George had really Come
to life! The annual Washington Ball
was again the scene of private conver-
sations such as these: "lt's his voice,
all right, and l can guess who Martha
is." "Do you really thinlc it's Eleanor?"
Well, it Was! Eleanor Collrnan and
Dick Britson reigned as the two famous
people over the junior dance oi the
year, Where Wally Wallace's orches-
tra gave the dancers the treat ot their
Coleman and Brilson alias George and Martha
Don Nelson and Dvonna Vaughn swing out. Snyder, Huppel, Dycus, Wilson
enjoy tete a tete at intermission
There W e r e dances
when the girls gave
vegetables to the men
to Wear anol there were
dances when the men
Wore tuxes, but about
the best one of the year
was the lnter-sorority
clance. This was a
turn about clance-and
what a crowded floor!
Members of the eleven
sororities viecl for a "fel-
low" to take to this an-
nual classic. Gene
playecl for this tradi-
tional affair with the
dances With members
of other sororities.
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Nu, Phi Sigma Epsilon, and Xanho fraternities were all present at the lnter!
fraternity dance on a Winter night in February. At the Commons, soft or-
chestra music floated out to the guests arriving in the lobby, a few couples
were already dancing in the pale, subdued light of the ballroom. During
the evening, members of the various fraternities exchanged dances. Spe-
cial guests at the dance were the president and his Wife, faculty members,
and the advisers of the fraternities.
Bogott helps out. Baird, Connell and the Beans. Don't Shove
It's the Phi Siqs tum now
Turn around Chase. The Chi's dance. Camera-shy, Stroup?
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"Let the spirit of State Teachers College,-" says
the loand. Loyalty, pep, school spirit, these are the
bywords of the Tutor marching players. Athletic
field or men's gym, it makes no difference, they're
there to do honors with plenty of style. Chiefly
thought of as "on the march," this versatile band
also takes time out to join the Women's Band in
presenting several formal concerts during the year.
lnspired loy the energetic loaton of Mr. Myron Rus-
sell, it performs clever parade formations which are
fast becoming a popular specialty. Purple and
gold marching--. Look, folks, here comes the
"Give us a toot on the tooter, Tessief' is a command
the fifty co-ed members of Womens Band can ful-
fill with ease. Marching down the athletic field,
with dark skirts swishing in line, the lolue and gold
capped and jacketed girls follow their high-spirited
drum majors to show the campus what co-eds can
do With color, music, and pep.
explains fundamentals. Burckhard
in Morningside game. Monroe goes
up in the r
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"Fall, l938" will not go down in Teachers College history
as a particularly successful football season. However,
new improvements in equipment and a new high in school
spirit serve to mark the past year's gridiron activity as at
least a "moral" success. Due to the bad weather the at-
Confronted at the beginning of September with a squad
of but thirty-three men, Coach Clyde L. "Buck" Starbeck
spent a great deal of the season experimenting in an ef-
fort to find the right combinations of certain key linemen
and backs. The Panther eleven, dogged by numerous in-
juries, captured three victories as compared with five
losses during the l938 season.
ln the opening home game against Grinnell, the local
squad turned in a promising performance, stifling the Pio-
neers, 10-O. The Tutors then dropped a 20-U decision to
Top ROW: Boland, Breitbach, Burclchard, Cook, Dutcher, Kagan, Kane, Lyons
d How: McCabe, Podemski, Rabey, Riebe, Roberts, Schley, Shirk, Stainbrook.
Third Row: Talus, Coach Starbeck, Coach Nordly, Coach Dickinson, Turlcal, Wright
Western State Teachers College at Kalamazoo, Michigan. Meet-
ing North Dakota State College at Pargo in its first North Central
conference game, the Purple and Gold team lost, lil-7. Home
game number two saw the Teachers College eleven talce the
measure of Coe College in a Well-played contest, lil-U. The fol-
lowing Week the Morningside Maroons invaded the Panther lair
and stopped Starloeclds men, lil-7, in an aerial contest.
The Teachers College football squad traveled to Emporia, Kan-
sas, the next week to drop a tough Kansas State Teachers Col-
lege eleven, lil-l3. -The conference champions from the Univer-
sity of South Dakota came to Cedar Falls seven days later and
Whipped the locals, 26-2. ln the final game of the season, the
Panther lost to Cmaha University at Omaha, l3-6.
A tie for fifth place in the North Central Conference was the
loest that the Teachers College gridmen could accomplish during
the season. Leo Kagan, center, and George Dutcher, halfloaclc,
were named to the official All North Central Conference team
The Homecoming crowd. The Morningside
- game. After the game
selected by the coaches in their annual meeting in December.
Also outstanding consistently during the season were l-lugh
Roberts and Howard Rabey, a pair oi Watch-charm guards that
played practically the entire sixty minutes of every ball game
that the Purple and Gold standard bearers participated in. An-
other outstanding but little heralded figure in the game for lowa
State Teachers College was Anton Turlcal of Bessemer, Michigan,
who played steady but unspectacular ball in every game.
Starbeclc held six Weeks oi strenuous grid drill during the
spring. All the men who will be back to form next year'steX-
perienced group, together with the preceding season's
outstanding freshmen, took part in the daily Workouts.
Fundamentals ot every kind-blocking, tackling, passing,
kicking, and running-were stressed particularly in the
drills, and a renewed interest in the football enthusiasts
of lowa State Teachers College was the outstanding tea-
ture of the spring grid activity. The athletic department
released one of the stittest schedules in years for the nine-
teen thirty-nine season.
The spring gridiron practice raised the hopes and amloi-
tions oi both the coaches and fans at Teachers College tor
a very successful l939 season. Due to the tact that many
experienced men will loe returning to the Panther den, and
that a good group ot light but fast men will be moving up
to varsity competition, prospects tor next year seemed very
K and Dutcher. What's the matter, rel? The Panther kick off, Podemski and Rabey Watc
Block that kick Enthusiastic Cortor1'P
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Gersemcr scores again. Up and ln.
Is Dodd doing the big apple?
ln the l938-39 Teachers College basketball season, the Panthers
retained second place in the North Central conference standings,
Winning five and losing three games in that potent circuit.
Failing to Win consistently on foreign courts, the Tutors showed
a season record of nine victories and eight defeats, which was
under the high standard set lov Coach Nordly's first Panther
tearn. However, several sophomores obtained needed season-
Beginning the- season with a rush, the Tutors Won four out of
their first five garnes. Among their early' season victories were
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included such top-notch teams as Western lllinois State Teachers
and lowa State. Only Hamline was alole to stop them, yet the
highly touted Pipers won loy only two points in a tough game.
Grinnell dampened Teachers College spirit by defeating the
Panthers, 52-36, for the first loss of the season on the home floor.
This defeat seemed to drop the Tutors into the doldrums, and they
won only one game out of the next seven. A six-game road trip
did the damage-six defeats-and showed weakness on other
courts. Still, all games were hotly contested.
Fred Lofguist captured the individual conference scoring title
and loroke the school record with l94 points. Lyle Dodd, ll2, Ed
Olson, 58, Merlyn Gersema, 57, and Bill Close, 47, followed in
that order. Lofguist and Dodd gained all-loop mention.
Several weeks of intensive spring drill were held as Coach
Nordly put his l939-40 hopefuls through their paces. Numerous
freshmen and a good loatch of upperclassmen reported.
Bolt, Buchwcrld, Close, Dodd
Gersema, Hunt, Lofquist, Olson
Sims, Coach Nordly, Trefzger
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Top Row: Bcxhlinq, Bolinski, Breitbcxch, Cook
Second Row: Hcrssmcrn, Hummel, Iscracson, Iensen.
Third Row: Lund, Coach McCuskey, Roberts.
Close to cr fall
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Coach Dave lVlcCuslcey's Teachers College wres-
tling sguad experienced one of its finest seasons in
recent years during the l938-39 grappling cam-
paign, winning four matches and losing three-all
of which were closely contested affairs.
Two Big Ten schools-Wisconsin University and
lowa University-fell before the tough Panther mat-
men during the course of a stiff seven-meet sched-
ule. Besides these two rugged opponents the local
team defeated Cornell-perennially a strong wres-
tling school-and Grinnell, a traditionally tough
rival for Teachers College.
The three losses were all close. However, the
Tutors fell victims to lllinois, Minnesota, and lowa
State. Despite these three setbacks, however, the
Purple and Gold standard bearers put up an eX-
cellent battle in every match, proving to all spec-
tators that they were one of the staunchest mat
groups in the Middlewest.
Delbert lensen, sturdy little l26 pound grappler
led the individual Panther wrestlers through the
season with an undefeated record. Gnly when he
had reached the semi-finals of the National A. A. U.
tourney-a post-season affair-was lensen defeat-
ed, and then by the title holder.
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Opening the schedule on April lil against lowa State,
Coach Lawrence Whitford's baseball sguad looked
forward to a successful season with nine lettermen
back to help bolster the year's team.
The l938 infield reported back to Whitford when he
issued the call for candidates in late March. Two new-
comers were hot on the heels of two veterans for sev-
eral infield positions, Keith Van Winkle and Lee Pol-
ley, lettermen, fought it out for the first base job, while
Art Borwiclc, slugging sophomore, exhibited plenty of
class to make things uneasy for the veteran shortstop,
Louis Breitbach, around that key position.
The mound staff was composed entirely of veterans
and had high hopes of displaying lots of class during
the fourteen game season. Lettermen Lyle Dodd, Ed-
die Puclq, Lefty Dunsmoor, and Allen Kane ran true to
form in this department. Bill Bolt, peppy understudy
to George Hutchison during the l938 season, toolc
over that graduates catching duties in a lively
ln the outfield, Whitford placed his hopes on Bernie
Hughes, Don Dilly, Paul Haflie, and Forest Hanifan,
Hughes, l938 reserve, was the only returning varsity
man of this slugging crew.
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Top Row: Bolt, Borwick, Breitbuch, Dodd
Second ROW: Goodman, Kane, Missildine, Polley
Third Row: Puck, Couch Whilford, Snell
Missildine slides home
Breitbclch gets ready to slum the long one.
ust cz little farther, Turk.
Up and over
Athletes clad in beautifully
colored sweatsuits, jog up
and down the cinder track
loefore the crowded grand-
stand. A lolaring loud-
speaker orders the track
cleared. Tense runners
crouch at the starting line.
The starter's gun cracks
and eager trackrnen are off
to victory or defeat, and
perhaps to a new record.
Arthur Dickinson for the
fifteenth year trains his men
on one of the fastest tracks
in the Midwest.
Veteran letter-men return-
ing to the wars were: Green
- conference half rnile
champion: Lundguist -
guarter rnilerg Phippin-
distanceg Rew - sprinterg
Bender, coaches the shot put.
Rogel and Clark - middle distances, lenkins - distances,
Bredow-hurdles, Eells-loroad jump, Lenth, Marsden, and
Vaughn - weight men. Returning varsity sguadmen and
promising candidates Were: Cranny, Bovee, and Swanson-
sprinters, l-lerdman and Wheeler-distanceg Kerloey and Bogott
-pole vaulters, Kagan and Boclcelmann-weight men 5 Dayhoff,
Sims, and Kruse - middle distance men, Turlcal - hurdles 5 and
White - distance. The Panthers' early spring record indicated
excellent prospects for a conference Win. ln the Naperville Re-
lays, lenlcins, Mayer, and Rogel combined to score fourteen
points to take fifth place in a classy field of sixteen colleges. The
same men, along with Clark and Megson, placed fourth in stiff
competition of twenty-one colleges at the Chicago Armour Tech
Clark, Dayhoff, Dycus, Eells
Green, Ienkins, Mayer, Olsen
Phippin, Rogel, Coach Dickinson, Vaughn I
Eoltom How: Guets h
c ow, Cupp, Schlesseiman
Bakke, Wainwright, Shostrom
Second Row: Elliott
B . .
, Blanchard, Erickson,
1155, Difks, Ebefs.
"i-fiaWatha"-- This was not a Wild West show, but the iife
history of Hiawatha as performed by the Life Saving Corps
in the Spring term. So popular that two performances had
to be given, the acts provided entertainment of fancy div-
ing, games, canoe racing, music and comedy. This year
the Corps sponsored a Water safety course, Which, when
the students finish, will equip them with enough knowi-
edge so that they may become water safety instructors.
This organization is composed Wholly of Senior Life
Bottom Row: Miss Van Ness,
Ebers, Miss Michel, Miss Wild,
Miss Short, Wainwright, Miss
White, Miss Moore, Miss Hum-
Second Row: Hockert, Wack,
Schlesselrnan, Sherman, Rehn,
Killam, Muskopi, Edmonds.
Third How: Knowles, H o u c k .
T h o rn p s o n, Jensen, Cupp,
Elliott, Gmelin, Stringer, Guet-
Fourth Row: Dirks, Clark, Hill,
Kufner, Williams. Lesch, Bliss,
Norton, Laipple, Marten,
Fifth Row: Hoefiler, Van Deest,
Grow, Bakke, Fennema, Harris,
Erickson, H o w e, Gronberq,
Bottom Row: Dirks, Michel, Guet-
schow, Howe, Knowles, Miss
Second Bow: Blanchard, Ashley,
Grow, Harris, Bliss, Schlessel-
"Phys Ed" majors and minors have the aayest oi times at
the parties this Club sponsors. Celebrities in the form oi
"So What and the Seven Don'ts" Cin reality, Miss White
and her oohortsl were present at the Christmas party, and
a breakfast was held at Dead Man's Island in the tall.
Even with the aymnasium under construction, the oraan-
ization planned a normal program for the year.
W. A. A. coUNcrL N A
This group is the power behind the womens intra-mural
tennis and baseball tournaments.
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Qrchesis, under the direction of Miss Maude Moore,
was rather hindered with the Women's gymnasium
under construction most of the year. After Christmas,
however, intensive hours of practice Went on in the
Men's aym and in the Bartlett Hall recreation rooms.
The Humphrey-Weidman Dance Company served as
quite an inspiration to Orchesis members, Who, for
several Weeks after the concert could be seen trying
many of the techniques that had been performed lov
these professionals. The climax of the airls' efforts in
the interpretative dance was their annual Qrchesis
recital presented May l
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Third Row: Foster, Freeman, Fry, Goslin, Griggs, Hamilton, Hansen, Hogshead, Hudson, Hoxie, Hughes
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ALPHA Cl-ll EPSILCN
Smoke filled the roomy secre-
cy pervaded the atmosphere.
The Alpha Chi s quiz with the W1
answers lying unguarded on
the desk. What is a cure for
seclusion? Smokers. How can
we please some ot the girls?
invite them to our tall dance. '
What are traditional activi-
ties? Founders' Day banquet
and Christmas party. ls eat-
ing worthwhile? Depends up-
on whom you take to the
Boiler Makers Brawl. Final
doings? Mothers Day loan-
quet, and dance.
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Did an innate love oi fotrming
prompt the rurctl scene which
grabbed oii top honors during
the Homecoming house deco-
ration contest, With such a
high standard setting the
pctce, they Worked out the re-
mgining activities oi the yegr.
The winter dance gt the Mor-
sonic Temple drew out mem-
bers and their best girl friends.
lust beiore Christmas they
Went exclusive with a storg
pcrrty with sponsors as guests.
ln the spring come or formal
ALPHA DELTA ALPHA
Top Row: Dix, Beavo, Maurer, Gosline, Alton, Bloeser, Dalzell, Ellertson
Second Row: Evans, Fisher, Gidley, Haahr, Irwin, lurgemeyer, Kepler, Kingman
Third Row: Klipping, Klinzman, Krafft, Kruse, Laird, Lee, McGaHin, McKeever, Mason
Fourth Bow: Miller, Monroe, Moore, Morphew, Muir, Mueller, Pattee, Richards, Rider
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l-lomecoming slogan for
Lambda Gam decorations,
Won second place for them.
Banqueting at the Black-
hawk climaxed the activities,
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too, for they sponsored one at
the armory, together With Phi
Sigma Epsilon fraternity in
the Winter. Another fling was
taken at Sunnyside Golf Club -
in Waterloo. They decided to
elect officers every term, and
to form an alumni association.
LAMBDA GAMMA NU
Top Row: Wheeler, Meyer, Kagan, Bolt, Althouse, Baird, Bayevsky, Blake
Fourth ROW: D. Iensen, M. Iensen, lesperson, lones, lordan, Lund, Lundquist,
Olson, Orr, Puck, Rotell, Schmidt, Schrader, Snell, Stainbrook, Todd
Second Row: Bishop, Ccmwelti, Close, Connell, Cranny, Dennis, Dunsmoor, Dycus, Erdman
Third Row: Gibson, Goodman, Grady, Green, Growney, Guster, Hcmifcm, Harper, Hutchison
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Top Row: R. McCabe, Sims, Trefzger, Dunsmoor, Buhling, Bowen, D. Breitbcrch, L. Breitlooch
Second Row: Bute, Conry, Dodd, Erbes, Etzel, Fisk, Hamilton, I-lcrrtmcrn
Third Row: Hummell, Hunt, lndvik, lohnson, Keyes, Lewellyn, Linn, Lyons
Fourth Row: B. McCabe, Mcrgovich, Megson, Mueller, Patterson, Phippin, Porter, Powers
Fifth Row: Rew, Reynolds, Schley, Selby, Shimp, Shirk, Wegtherwax, Wittmon, Wright
The Phi Sigs relox
lt wgs the igll term. The Phi
Sig's president cglled cr meet-
ing. The secretgry' cgme with
g blgnk sheet oi pgper. As the
meeting progressed, the pg-
per begotn to look lolotchy.
Upon closer inspection, the
lolotches loecgme intelligible.
They were the yegr's pro-
grgm. included on the yeotr's
cglendgr were two smokers, CI
porrty for new pledges, g
Homecoming dinner for glum-
ni, pgrticipgtion in intrg-
murgls, Winter pgrties, gnd or
Top Row: Cook, Shugart, Isaacson, Lenth, Bidne, Bockleman
Second Row: Borwick, Brundage, Clark, Gafiey, Honsbruch, Ienkins, Kunkle
Third Row: Lieberman, Perrin, Peterson, Pieres, Rogel, Taylor, Vaughn
The Xanhos can bring them out even on crutches
The Xanhos swing out in full
fraternity fashion! This Was
at the semi-formal ball in the
spring. Campus belles were
also fetecl at the Winter ban-
guet Where faculty members
were guests as well. l-lazy
looks on freshman faces! Per-
haps they were due to the
many smoke rings blown at
the two smokers for pledges
during the fall quarter. So go
the Xanhos, the fraternity
Whose activities clate farther
back than any on the hill.
Donning their cutest sweaters
for their fall Sweater dance,
the Ganirnas commenced a
new social season. The
"Homecoming Circus" was a
dinner in honor of the alum-
nae. Before dashing horne for
Christmas, they exchanged
gifts at a buffet dinner. Their
representative dinner - dance
in the Gold Roorn of Hotel
President, a spring tea for the
sponsors, Mothers Day lunch-
eon, and a dance closed sor-
ALPHA BETA GAMMA
Top ROW: Heron, Shugart, Blough Dental Armstrong Crlssrnan
Second Row: Duncan, Ebers, Edgerton Hackett Kelly Law
Bottom Bow: Martin, Meylink, Nafus Roberts Schuchert Smlth
lniormcrliiy, fun, oind food,
lieynoies oi iheir iirsi Wiener
rocisi, continued durinq the
yedr. The dinners di ihe
Loq Corbin, crnd the Blue Plcri-
ier, ond oi ieor di Tcilly l-lo were
qoy scenes. The Homecom-
inq dinner ior orlumnoie, the
Sundoiy lO1'GCIliTOISl, crnd ci por-
iy Cll Tolly Ho were followed
loy ihe winter donce cri
Mcrsonic Temple in Wdierloo.
A Tuior Tickler cfci, cr lVloiher's
Doiy Luncheon, oind d dornce
Were spring crciiviiies.
Zcrdcx ond Barb-stock cornpony
DELTA Pl-ll DELTA
Top Row: Brundcrge, Knostrncxn, Mouser, Scanlon, Adams, Anderson, Bczrker
Second Row: Beclcerneier, Cutler, Donovan, Edwards, Gormire, Catherine Gilbert, Charlene Gilberi
Thzrd How: lohnston, Loy, Roach, Shcmnon, Simpson, Stokes
Top Row: Fisher, Mowbray, Biclcenbach, Marinan, BarrCfqY, Crane
Second Row: Gentner, Kelly, Knowles, Knudsen, Kreussel, M. Leemon
Third Row: V. Leemon, A. Lynch, M. Lynch, Murphy, Muslcopf, Pueggel, Schaeffer
EPSILCDN Pl-ll EPSlLGN
These girls held a meeting
and decided to jolt old mem-
bers into a sudden realization
oi another year by having a
dinner-dance at Neely's Cup-
board. l-lomecoming alumnae
cannot be ignored, so plans
for a breakfast at Tally l-lo
were jotted down. Between
the Christmas parties and the
Winter dance, allowances
'Were made for spreads, teas,
and luncheons. The final
memo on their social calendar
Was a spring dinner-dance.
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Top Row: Landgraf, Colburn, Thurston, Hansen, Pollins, Baird, Blunt
Second Row: Brown, Cooper, De long, Dycus, Fockler, Griffin, Gronberg
Third Row: Guenther, Hubbard, Levsen, McMillan, Olsen, Rickert, Ftuppel
Fourth Row: Spooner, Strube, Tesmer, Thomas, Tostlebe, Valentine, Wilson, 'Wood
KAPPA Tl-IETA PSl
Krulish and Rickert are the center oi attraction
Beauty gueen! Career girl!
The Kappa's have candidates.
lncluded on the social calen-
dar for the year was a repre-
sentative sorority dinner in
the Commons, a Fall Frolic
and a Homecoming dinner
were crammed in, while plans
were underway for the Kap-
pa-Chi act in Tutor Ticlclers.
A Christmas party and a for-
mal dance were Winter activ-
ities. Teas and luncheons
during the spring term were
ended by the last iormal
"Beg, buy, or borrow" may
have been the guestion both-
ering these girls when select-
ing outfits for their fall Sweat-
er Swing at Cedar Falls Club
l-louse. A Homecoming din-
ner and informal parties as
well as their formal Christmas
dinner in the Commons with
an exchange of gifts, were
tucked in before the holidays.
They proudly modeled new
formals at the winter dance,
and with that Christmas check
splurged for the important
Pl-ll SlClVlA Pl-ll
Phi Sigs on Green Living Room Porch
Top Row: Duffus, Newton, Weaver, McLeod, Anderson, Atkins, Behrens
Second Row: Cupp, Dailey, Dirks, Ellerbrock, Gump, Iacobsen, lohnson
Third How: Lund, Newton, Peterson, Scott, Steinkarnp, Frudeger, Underwood
Teas, plain or fancy, are good
get-togethers. This sorority
honored their alurnnae at one
during l-lomecoming. ljall
picnics were then followed loy
the Christmas party at Mrs.
lohn l-lorns' home. Dressing
formally, they danced at the
Cedar Falls Woman's Clulo
House in the Winter. Suppers,
teas, and luncheons dotted
the spring term. Before spring
exams, they had their last
fling with another dance at
the Wornan's Club.
fnmg, you singer
Pl Pl-ll CMECA
Top ROW: Kroeger, lunkin, Tirmermeier, Llewelyn, Ballou, Bishop
Second Row: Caslavka, L. Claussen, M. Clausserx, Decker, Goodrich, Gregory
Third Row: Harman, Herwig, Lund, Neill, Parker, Schowalter
Top Row: Stevens, McKellips, Carl, Leak, Cummins
Second How: Dean, Graber, Halvorson, Harris, Iohnson
Third Row: Looft, Powers, Sigler, Smith, Strom, Whetstone
Pl TAU Pl-ll
Amid preparations for tests,
the Pi Taus had an Autumn
Hustle at Cedar Heights Med-
ical Lodge. When alums
drifted in tor l-lomecomina,
they dined at Turnloull's. A
later dinner was held at the
Commons complimentinq the
patronesses. The annual
Christmas dinner and carol-
ina were held at the But-
tum's and Charles' homes. A
dinner-theater party, Mothers
Day Luncheon, and another
dance were Concludinq nota-
tions, in their date-loook.
Top Row: Teale, Vogt, Webbeking, Miller, Boardman, Bottom
Second Row: Brouillet, Denny, George, Hellestad, Hess, Holmes, Huebner
Third Row: Iensen, Kenderdine, Lenz, Lindeman, Rosenberger, Wyland, Zeiger
What! No boy friends?
A loevy of co-eds hurried
down the hall. They dashed
into a room decorated with Pi
Theta Pi paddles. Amidst the
buzzing and chattering, plans
for the year were discussed.
A new adviser and the other
advisers were to loe honored
at a fall buffet supper, Horne-
coming alumnae would loe
given a dinner, a Christmas
party would be held, the
sponsors planned a tea,
dances during the Winter and
spring terms would end the
li it is ingenuity you Want, see
a Tau Sig. A unique progres-
sive party in the fall kept them
and their guests hopping one
evening. Pulling their alum-
nge from loed during Horne-
coming, they honored them
with lorectlctast. Winter dotys
of practice tor the Tutor Tick-
ler act, "The Legend of lndio-
swincrctsyf' Wgs relieved hy
their Pica Prom. Zippy, inter-
esting parties held during the
spring were clirnaxed by a
Haahr and Wanda in perfect style
TAU SIGMA DELTA
Top How: Culbertson, Glade, Briggs, Riley, Blesie, Briridley, Bujer.
Second Row: Carter, Connell, Crabill, Cummins, Faris, Hartz, Horgan
Third HOW: Knutson, Kuhl, Lambertson, Lillie, Littlefield, Lohmiller, Nyberg
Fourth Row: Parrott, Prichard, Ralston, A. Refshauge. H. Refshauge, Riebe, Shaw, Smith
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party started the Theta Gam's
social whirl. The Homecom-
ing dinner with horns-ot
plenty was the result of hours
of Work. ln dormitory rooms
they planned their winter
dance. This get-together oc-
curred at the Cedar Falls
Woman's Club House. When
try-outs were -held tor Tutor
Ticklers, the Theta Gams
were present with an act.
Tutor Ticklers over, they re-
laxed and made plans for a
dance at Sunnyside Country
Theta Garn's Representative Dance
Tl-lETA GAMMA NU
Top How: Orr, Sawyer, Mather, Cakerice, Collman, Gore, Hass
Second How: Ives, Kirqis, Knoche, lacobson, Iustus, Mitchell, Moor
Third How: Moulton, Quirin, Raymond, Schaefer, Schultz, Stubbs, Van Deest, Wallace
Top Row: Feisner, Wilson, Aclarn, Abram, Akin
Second Row: Bliss, Brickley, Cowan, l-lyke, Klein
Bottom How: Mullane, Palmquist, Petersen, Raver, Tonsieldt, Wood
NU QMICRCDN NU
V.O.V.'s go formal
A rnoon, a river, and alooat-
ride started an adventure-
sorne cruise for these girls.
Eerie spooks invaded their
When Homecoming activities
prevailed, the group enter-
tained alurnnae at dinner.
Farther into the year, plans
were organized tor a Christ-
mas party with exchange ot
aitts. ' Other parties, the tor-
mal winter dance, and the
spring semi-formal dance
were gala atiairs ot the year.
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"The city ot masterless men
Will take a master.
There will be shouting then!
Thus the voice ot the dead Woman
announced the theme and foretold
the tall oi the city in this radio
drama which was presented in
Sprina ot '38 featuring the Verse-
More of the same.
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. . Time is like the banks
oi a canal, and people are
the boats . . . now it We have
a Way ot makina our boats ao
back and forth in the canal"
-Steve finds a Way. A press
of the button and the Star
Wagon sends us back into
the gay nineties oi horseiess
carriages, bicycle bioomers,
choir practice, and ice cream
socials - Remember? F a ll
show . . . 1938.
It's cr maste p
Essie dances and makes "love-
dreams" 5 Ed pounds away at
the Xylophone, Penny Writes
awful plays, Grandpa collects
snakes and goes to commence-
ments . . . Crazy? . . . Maybe
. . . Money? You can't take it
With you-so Why Worry about
it? With a dozen people in the
same house having this philoso-
phy, something is bound to
happen. lt did! And We loved
it!-Yes, Winter, l939. And of
course you had your favorite
line . . . Maybe it Was, "Ed,
play that Beethoven thing you
wrote" . . . or, "Ch, l don't
know, Mrs. Sycamore, it's been
so long" . . . and then there
Was: "Oi course you can-Why
any fool could play this game,
Mr. Kirby" . . . Fun, Wasn't itl
"De Pinnd' Houpt goes boom!" Blczckfcxce.
"Safe cmd Some" Brindley. "My brother een Russia
Food for the fcrmished, "Once more -one! two!
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A voluminous volume oi vitgl, vigorous, vivgcious events oi the
yedr! There you hotve gn OLD GOLD! Tmotgine dn editor
striding obout keeping the good work going. Picture g mon-
otging editor With g frown dnd tousied hotir trying to keep his stgtt
moving. Picture ct business mgngger rolling the shekeis for
countless copies sold, gn ctrt editor sketching viciouslyg ond g
photogrgpher, ever on the run. There you hctve the mctkings of
otn OLD GOLD! Think oi o cgpotbie, coopergtive director in the
person of Mr. George H. Holmes, ond ocompetent Bootrd of
Oontroi. There you hove the power behind the OLD GOLD!
Top How: Anderson, Betz, Boqott, Dygert
Second Row: Kendle, Lohmiller, McDonald, Lund
Third Row: Rutherford, Scrdoff, Tostlebe, Vcm Duyn, von Lackum
Behind a stacked desk in a private office
sits the diminutive, dynamic executive
editor Whose barbed editorials connote a
persuasive logic. A sports editor "hot" on
the trail of the latest "dope" in the athletic
field buzzes aroundg the managing editor
holds court in the outer office and attempts
to maintain order amid the confusion of
clattering typewriters and constant chatter
of an "ad-minded" business manager.
With Mr. George l-l. l-lolmes as director and
Maxine Schive as copy editor, the College
Eye continues to be a leader in college
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CCN .l .ECE EYE
The College Eye sees all, knows all, tells all. As up-to-date as
tomorrow, as full of news as Winchell. That's the College Eye!
There are pictures, clever columns, the Tutor Timetable of com-
ing events, and all the features of a modern newspaper in this
very energetic, "streamlined" publication. The "streamlined"
feature, introduced two years ago by Publications Director
l-lolmes, merited a feature article in the "Scholastic Editor" and
is partially responsible for the top-notch ranking of the "Eye"
among college newspapers.
First How: Anderson, Goslin, Hardin, Irwin, lohnston, Kepler
Second Row: Michaelson, Newman, Rickert, Riebe, Schive, Swanson, Temp
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Open the paaes oi the Purple Penl Poems dance beiore your
eyes, stories speak to you, and essays chuckle at their own sub-
tleties. Great Writers-to-be aet their early manuscripts published
here. You may have sat next to a future novelist in one oi your
classes. Por the iitth successive year, the Purple Pen was
awarded first place by the Columbia Scholastic Press Associa-
tion this year. its attractive cover and Wood-cut trontispiece,
alona with the quality of student verse Within, are enough to
make Miss Selina Terry, adviser, and Rae Kruessel proud of it.
Purple Pen meets the deadline
Look at these people carefully. A collection of perfectly harmless-
looking ladies and gentlemen, We'll grant you. But when this body
sets its foot down, even the editors of the OLD GOLD, College Eye,
and Purple Pen take notice. Behind these bright and shining faces is
a determination that baffles even the bravest. Men and women who
save their money, behave Well most of the time, and know their jour-
nalism are selected by this body for staff positions on the OLD COLD
College Eye, and Purple Pen. The faculty members on the board
tend to keep everything in balance.
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"Speak the speech, I pray you,"-Shakespeare's lines trorn
"Hamlet" aptly set a stage for the orators of Teachers College
who placed in the oratorical contests. Dugan Laird Won third
place in the lowa Peace Cratory contestg Doris Kirgis placed
third for Women, and Bill McGahey Won first place in the rnen's
division in the state original oratory contests. Clem Morphew
represented the College in extempore speaking.
V KIRGIS, MCGAHEY, MORPHEW, WURTZER
Top Row: Kirqis, Laird, Lund, McGahey, Morphew, Mueller, Parrott
Bottom Row: Scanlan, Schuchart, Spooner, Williams, Wurtzer, Zimmerman, Lambertson
With the proposition, "Government subsidization ot private in-
dustry should cease," the debate teams of lSTC came through
with loig honors. Second ranking was gained by Laird and
Mueller at Winfield, Kansas, and by Laird and Zimmerman at
liirlcsville, Missouri. Virginia Williams and Dorothy Wurtzer met
an English team here, and Doris Kirgis and Catherine Spooner
travelled to the Atlantic coast.
Mr. Sage pronounces the benediction. The English deloater signs another autograph
Bottom Row: Mr. Donato, Sutz, Carl, Rector, Mr. Kurtz, Conductor, Neumeier, Mr. Hill, Lichty, Mr. Searight
Second Row: Hoxie, Bowie, Blesie, Smith, Mercer, Wendell, Tostlebe, Leemori, Bentzinger, Strube, Metz, Marshall, Bodby, Schultz
Third Row: Behrens, Sparks, Hansen, Eclcstein, Nafus, lensen, Hitch, Holler, V. Miller, Slcow, Mr. Russell, Mitze, Hilton, Bosworth
Krattt, Tarr, Wykert, Van Deest, Mcliinstry, Mack, Owen, Knudsen, Wight, Corderman, Moor
Fourth Row: D, Miller, Valentine, lulius, Dycus, Bishop, Ward, Anderson, Lois Knudsen, Long, Brink, Van de Water, lochumsen
William, Guster, Boshart, Nicola, Rohde, Mr. Wirth, Weir, English, Burow, Iochumsen-Wilma, Freeman, Gordon, lohnson
Mahattey, Lund, Cummings
Fifth Row: Woodyard, Nagle, Baker, Borofi, Lenz, McDonald, Bode, Hanson, Moessner
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About forty-tive bow wielders, a
score ot wood-wind manipula-
tors, fifteen brass blowers, a
powertul percussion depart-
ment, a harpist, and a pianist
are the cogs ot Tutor symphonic
interpretation. Guided by the
inspirations of its composer-con-
ductor, Professor Edward Kurtz,
the orchestra practices three
times a week to prepare tor
term concerts. This year's Ver-
sion ot the orchestral program
attracted attention by bringing
betore the public, compositions
Mr. Myron Russell wields the
baton! Men and women musi-
cians blow, beat, and draw the
bow across the strings! The
outcome is an overture by the
concert band. This musical or-
ganization is made up ot select-
ed players from the men's and
women's bands. Featured at
their spring concert were Curtis
Mahaiiey, tenor, and a group oi
young men from the band who
formed a glee club. The band
went to Waterloo one evening
and gave a program at the East
Waterloo high school.
Front Row: Conductor Myron E. Russell, Hilton, Bosworth, Mitze, Skow, Frost, Strube, V. Herwig, R. l-lerwig, Leern n
Second Row: Tarr, Lamprnan, A. Miller, Blurngren, Eckstein, Baird, Brink, lochumsen, Guster, Nicola, Boshart, Rohde Baker Hitch
Hofler, V. Miller
Thlrcl Row: Hansen, Lewis, Bush, Lindsey, Lomen, Goodenow, Chapman, Ward, Biclne, Pritchard, Sadoff, Peterson Burow Dycus
Bruns, Betz, Anderson, Wittmer, Van Duyn
Fourth Row: Hoover, Baker, McCowen, Molurnby, Cummings, Bode, Cooper, Sheldon, Dubbert, lohnson, Bac n Lund Moen
Bottom How: Dtx, tiobsorx, Cassaay, Mr. Hayes, Boshart, Dowrrtrxa, Shtvety, Davenport
Second Row: Butter, Schoot, Weaektnq, Moser, Maurer, Kratt, Erxqhsh
Third Bow: D. Orton, Ntoetter, tiarrtataer, Van de Water, Yaqqy, Doro-N, L. Orton, Pruppede
Fourth Row: Baker, hoahy, Cortort, Yuttertorr, t5!XcCowen, Ntahatteq, Ntuetter, Netsorr, Fatt:
rr the orthj aTee ohio tor rrterr at the Tow a State Teachers Coheae. Not
ttorr ot boys, you wth aaree. Not a haa sort ot atreotor,
Thetr oustorrtary tour thr ouah the rrortherrr arta
earea th corroert, was trrotaaea trr
Tow a Cttrj XN ere three ot
Prprtt tw errty-
a had-Toohtrra coheo
Mr Wttt Hays, they wttt aaree.
arts ot 'tow a, Where they app
Washtrratorr, Prthsworth, arra
rt ot the ohio was atverr OD
serr strra ers, urraer the tea
eatest assets oh the
a eech ae-
thetr sprtrta aottvttt .
thetr ertaaaerrterrts. The horrte
severrth. Thts aroup, composed. ot ttrre, we
shtp ot a taterrtea arra capahte rrxah, torrrts orte ot
ooheae carrtpas. Operas, torrrterhj sponsored hy' the rrxusto
partrrterrts, have setectea att thetr roaTe teaas trorrr the acttve tblttrrrrest
Behold the Cecilians, an exclusive hand oi songsters! Made up
of selected singers, this glee club functions under the direction ot
Mi'ss Olive Barker. Their Golden Jubilee concert was given in
March, with the girls roloed in gray sillf costumes ond the light-
ing done in modern style. A dance with violin and vocal accom-
paniment was featured at the performance, along with several
soprano and con tralto solos. Florence lensen, pianist, and Dor-
othy Tostlehe, tlutist, assisted. The staging and light'
directed by Herbert V Hake of the English
Cr crevv of students. The G
glee club fo
Inent, aided hy
epresent the lnost advanced
and give trained singers the privilege oi
g together to produce the very highest type of
Bottom How: Hansen, Denny, Cutler, Brown, Marian Moen, Ballou, Miss Barker, Baker, Kruse, Glade, Lillie, Killaln
Second How: Russell, Lewis, Marsh, Moulton, Holmes, S. Moen, Maxine Moen, Hanisch, O'Banion, Tinnenneier,
McEIhinney, Cowan .
Third Row: Nasby, Mercer, Edgerton, Oppedal, Kroeger, Dolce, Scheibe, Kamprnann, Reinhart Brundage,
Rector, Hunlcle, Thomas, Heide, Goodrich
Boiiom Row: Giode, McEYninnei1, Boiiou, Miss Bonner. Kruse, Hansen, Cowon
cond Row: Marion Moen, Hoirnes, Moraine Moen, S. Moen, Nosby, Tinnerrneier, 'Vnoynos
Bniier, Moeiier, Bmndcxqe, ilroeqer, Heide, Scfneiloe, Mercer, Sdnooi, Prupperie
iie-1 iiodby, Porrnon, ?reernon, Corion, Baker, McCovIen
Coiieqe Sing ers pro-
' cg on iine
Fourth Row: Mono ,
i Service , 'One
' ijeorr. Sinqin
1' iiy oesiqneo
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oi or sei specio
iced Xnouse wi
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' rnors co
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ciirniij iii sioq
onceri by Mr
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wiixn soii sinqi
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heir if e
cessionoi ono. o recess
corridor oooeo rnore ioeoniy.
' s oiirorciive o rrlonner os possi ,
' Oiive Boricer. Besides sinqinq i
oi singers oppeoreo oi specioi
oi iine ijeor iN ere inioxn-
rrlusic in o
'Nos oirecieo by' Miss
corroi service., ixnis piciceo qroup
rneeiinqs upon requesi. The socioi evenis
iiqinieo. by o wossoii poriij ioiiowinq iine Onrisirnos
Cast a glance at these songsters. They are members of the
largest glee club on the campus. The girls malce a fine showing
in their darli gowns and white neclcpieces at their concerts in
the spring. They meet once a weelc with the director, Miss Clive
Barker, and accompanist, Florence Iensen. Besides regular
try-outs held during the tall guarter, additional ones are sched-
uled later for the purpose of better classifying Voices for the en-
suing year. The Women 's Chorus otters a majority of the women
the privileges and compensations accruing to group singing.
Bottom Row: McCrea, Manz, Menzel, Lunclvall, Miss Barlcer, Iensen, H. Matthias, Miller, Mauclc,
Martha Dick, G. Matthias
Second Row: Nieman, Oliver, Laipple, Smith, Rehn, Challe, Watrous, Guenther, Sherman,
McCormick, Marian Dick, Moessner
Third Row: Van Engen, Siepert, Stewart, Tietgen, Veenstra, Mortvedt, Esther Evans, Swanson,
Edith Evans, Fuller, Holroyd, Allen
Fourth Row: Millman, Stanford, Hubbard, Risser, Knoer, Hantelmann, Scott, longewaard, Lewis,
Dahlgren, Coffman, Lindeman, Rouze, Kurtz
Bottom Row: Petersen, Miller,
Bucher, Refshauge, Bujer,
M. Johnson, Leamer, Strube,
Second Row: F. Anderson,
Wendell, Wagner, E. fohn-
son, Lunoe, Huehn, Scho-
waiter, E. Iohnsen, Pappas,
Third Row: Sprole, Leo, Bil-
stad, Quirin, Braun, Prich-
ard, Thompson, Pearson,
Rude, Seybold, Littlefield
Fourth How: Lamer, Shel-
don, Whetstone, Peterson,
Gntjes, Lolcen, Dycus, Mary
Kennedy, Sutton, Woldrorn,
Kelsen, L. Andersen, L.
Filth Row: Iverson, Nissen,
Long, Hylce, Marian Ken-
nedy, Hefner, M u l l an e ,
Rehder, S p a r lc s , Larson,
Barnett, Roach, Wiley, M.
Bottom Row: Coaies, Haii, Weraei, NicDorxaTa, Worden, Miiier, Xlrroche, Wericheiser, Hairrorsorx, Eiesie
Second Row: Graber, Miiier, Srrxiih, Buiheriora, Bohrxe, Dehaies, Larson, L-TQXNQTXID, Kennedy, Barker, Kviaera
Third Row: Schaeier, Cress-eq, Diiaer, Hikch, Neisorx, Wiiiiams, Terrrpieiorr, Niiiier, Bruhs, While, Muir, Swanson, Myers
Fourth Row: Smith, Overaaard, Hoche, Wiirmer, ifieaiy, Carrrxichaei, Lomeh, Currxmirxqs. ?hiiiips, Giiberisorr, Bechier,
Lurxa, NXoicXebusi, Wiiiiams, Van Dee-si
Mr. hiaraia i'ToTsi preserris ihe a cappeha choiri This sirrairra soci-
eirj is Composed oi rrleri aria worrieri careiuiiy' Cho-seri ai ihe Toe-
airrrriha oi ihe schooi year. MQGTTHQ every Thursday riiahi ior
rehearsai, ihe aroup aave a proararri oi rrurrioers ih ihe sprirra.
e corrxposiiioris variea irorrx ioreiari iohr. sorias io Nearo spirii-
sohas. Procorriparrisi ai rehearsais was Nlarauariie
Taoea upori proper iorrai aeveioprrierii,
rrxpiriess aria reauiar aiieria-
arri iaciors irr proa-
a io iaice
aooa aiciiori, aria proieciiori.
arroe ai rehearsaie were sires-sea as i
ress ih a sirrairra oraarrizaiiori. Nlerriioers were ais
oui copies oi rriusic ior praoiice ihaiviauahrj. Yiora Worae
iibrariari, supervised ihis pari oi iheir proararrx.
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Bottom Row: Mr. Read, Catherine
Gilbert, C h a rl e n e Gilbert,
Knostman, Miller, Getchell
Second Row: Diekmann, Stokes,
Mason, N o r t o n , Carrothers,
Thrid How: Long, B a u m a n n ,
M u elle r , Soenke, Dubbert,
Bottom ROW: Mr. Read, Knost-
man, Molumby, So enke,
Mueller, Mason, Klipping, Mr.
Second Row: Dix, Diekrnann, Mil-
let, Harris, Sirnonsen, Maurer,
Third Row: Baumann, Dubbert,
Schmidt, Marqueson, Muir,
Roecler, Pond, Lytle, Wahl,
Bottom Row: Bogh, F. Norton,
Hill, E. Betz, Hass, Miller,
Grange, Trottnow, Wicker-
Second Row: White, Manz, Ham,
Warnock, V. Norton, Whitaker,
Young, F. Betz, Paine
Third Row: Baetke, Lukehart,
R i e di n g e r, Skaar, Swope,
Miller, Tatge, Engstler, Hosier,
Fourth Row: Bohne, Mumby,
Lindaman, King, Schutt, Willits,
Tarvin, Iacobs, Crees, Powell
Bottom Row: Williams, Moor,
Harris, Dean, Dr. Geiger, E.
Betz, Kuhl, Wentz.
Second Row: Strom, Iohnsen,
Wright, Fuller, Carrothers,
Willis, F. Betz, Thurston.
Third Row: Coates, Leichtrnan,
Gillespie, l-lalvorson, Ramsey,
Burley, Norton, Brink, Kelsen.
Fourth Row: Huser, Esther
Evans, Edith Evans, Edgerton,
Orr, Kronenberg, Ernith, Kuf-
Fifth Row: Gronberg, Burger,
Workman, Rambo, King,
Wagner, Arnold, Breeden,
CHEMISTRY SEMTNAR-Trying new things and repeating the
old were the activities of the Chemistry Seminar. lntroduced
for the first time this year, a Professional Round Table afforded
an opportunity for majors and minors in chemistry to discuss
informally their problems. Some of the topics of discussion were
"Colloids" and "Electro-Chemistry."
ALEMBTC. Eat, and learn chemistry! The Alembic, a club
which is open to all who are interested in chemistry, meets every
Thursday noon in the Alcove of the Commons for lunch and
informal discussions of current events in this field. Highlights
of the year were Thanksgiving and Christmas parties. Dr.
R. W. Getchell and Mr. C. B. Read are sponsors of the club.
FOUR H CLUB-Knitting? Yes, that was the project of the cam-
pus 4-H club for this year. Meetings twice monthly were devoted
to worthwhile activities. As a special feature, the meetings of
the spring term were purely social. A Christmas party and a
banquet were the outstanding events of the year.
ELLEN RICHARDS CLUB. This year, the wide-awake Ellen
Richards Club sponsored a Social Service Project. The sixty
members participated in many activities: A Homecoming Tea,
a Thanksgiving Dinner, Valentine and Christmas parties, a se-
ries of faculty coffees, a Mothers Day Tea and panel discussions.
Bottom Row: V. Harman, M.
Harman, Schuchert, Miss
Thomes, Peet, Wendell, Smack.
Second Row: Moore, Minnis,
Miller, Nagle, Werdel, Brewer,
Third Row: Barker, Sheffler, Gib-
son, Scott, Ruqqless, Lund,
Fourth Row: Miller, Van Deest,
Boone, Branaqan, Lctmbirth,
Hoxie, Bosworth, Hudson,
Bottom How: Guetschow, Dick,
Smith, Molumby, Bolhoefer,
Mr. Schaefer, Landsiedel, von
Lackum, Hoxie, Werwheiser.
Second Row: Wickersham, Val-
entine, Holmes, Iochumsen,
Cullison, Bundy, Carter,
Wilkie, Metz, BarraqY, Entz,
Third Row: Simonsen, Hobson,
Fagan, Schlichting, Iones,
Borchert, Pritchard, Roeder,
Mammen, Smith, Block, Gray.
Bottom How: Dr. Van Enqen,
Mr. Watson, Miss Lambert,
Anderson, Hiller, Mr. Wester,
Second How: Shaw, Kenneally,
Seybold, Devitt, Goldsmith,
Hull, O'Banion, Turner.
Third Row: Stroup, Guetschow,
Overqaard, Iensen, Rickey,
Holst, Dulobert, Wollesen.
Fourth Row: Hersch, Cross, Ash-
ley, Parman, Iorqensen, Ure,
Munns, Falk, Vogt.
Bottom Row: White, Gump, Mul-
ler, Bosworth, Kerr, Dr. Skar
Second Row: Blough, Sherman,
Rasmussen, Lenz, Olden,
ROMANCE LANGUAGE CLUB. The Mardi Gras, colorful, all-
college dance, climaxed the activities oi the Romance Language
Club this year. France, Spain, and Spanish America are pre-
sented by the club through travel talks, skits, and movie films.
"Carnival in Flanders" and "Mayerling" were movies shown.
GERMAN CLUB. W-hether you speak German, or just have
"taken" it in a class you may belong to the Deutscher Verein.
The interested members learn about the language, literature,
habits, and customs of the German nation. This year the organi-
zation sponsored the German iilm, "Singing Youth."
MATI-lEMATlCS CLUB-Wirth a big spring picnic, the Mathe-
matics Club ended a very successful year. Besides providing
instructional interests, including demonstrations of various me-
chanical computers, the club, one ot the oldest on the campus,
enjoyed a Christmas party and a steak try.
GOLDEN LEDGER. As the name implies, Golden Ledger is a
group of outstanding commercial students ot freshman and soph-
omore rank. Organized as a protege of Pi Omega Pi, the group
meets every three Weeks and plans at least one social gathering
each quarter. lt was organized in l937.
Bottom How: Muskopf, Bell, Bujer,
Riley, Dr. Douglas, Mueller, Ref-
Second Row: Bogh, Briclcley, M
Moen, S. Moen, Davenport, Killarn
Hull, Denny, Williams
Third How: Kerr, W r i g h t , Eells
Nissen, lohnson, White, Spooner
Walters, Wurtzer, Blewett
Fourth How: D. Orton, Schuchart
K. Orton, Dougherty, Ure, Ashley
McFarland, Colville, Wilson, D
Bottom How: Sherman, Schlichting
Lund, Nelson, Muller, Feisner
Second Row: Klein, Knoche, Rey-
nolds, Hutchens, Hadley, Pado
van, lohnson, Sadoff, Sprole
Third Row: L u n d y , Rasmussen
Helm, Kruse, Block, Bosworth
Nissen, Tesmer, Trottnow
Fourth Row: McMillan, Scott, Wil
son, Lofguist, Short, Frankenfield
Wittrig, Lomen, Peterson, Harries
Meet a "get-acquainted club"l This big organization of one hundred
commerce students, majors and minors both, is the Commercial Club.
Since no scholastic qualifications are set up, a large group is thus
insured. Among the exceptional meetings held by the organiza-
tion were educational films on coffee growing and an interesting
address on mailing problems by C. A. Showers of the Cedar Falls
post office. An atmosphere of friendly fellowship was provided by
big get-togethers, with games, dancing and other diversions at Bart-
lett l-lall's Yellow liitchenga successful Christmas party, and a lively
picnic at the end of the year.
Pep! lt is easy to make your guess about this organization! Bho
Epsilon Rho, oi course. Growing bigger and peppier under the lead-
ership of Kathleen Biebe, the club stimulated greater enthusiasm and
pep than had been known to exist at the lowa State Teachers College.
They sponsored the traditional Pep lamboree during the fall quarter,
had charge of the concessions tballoons, gum, candy-"come and
get it"J at "lumbo," the big circus oi the year, sold souvenir tootballs
and gaily decorated the campus at Homecoming, presented stunts
between halves at all home athletic contests, and manipulated the
purple and gold cards during games.
Bottom Row: Dygert, Gruver, Otte,
Anderson, Green, Wheeler, Brown,
Shostrom, Chilcote, Nielsen, Ar-
Second Row: Wack, Bower, Ebers,
Carrothers, Bailey, Lund, Muntz
Dirks, Smith, Lillie, Refshauge
Third Row: Marshall, Bengston
Damman, Raymond, Kluckhohn
Iensen, Crabill, Erickson, Baird
Kurtz, Stroup, Brasted
Fourth Row: Davis, Rayburn, Rich-
ards, Marten, Hansen, Fleming
Taylor, Law, McGohan, Leo
Fifth Row: Baver, Hanson, Meyer,
Rambo, Cressey, Winslow, Blies-
rner, Colville, Mack, Parmeter,
Wescott, Kendle, Olson, Prichard
Bottom Row: McCrea, McGaff1n
Stokes, Fry, Riebe, Monroe, Loh-
miller, Kroeqer, Peters, Blesie
Second Row: Blunt, Shaw, Cummins
Wickersham, Llewelyn, Hackett
lunkin, McLeod, Carter, Gump
Third Row: Shaw, Connell, Edwards
Davies, Schaefer, Buier, Pearce
Hall, Leamer, Lynch, Schowalter
Fourth Row: Ellenbrock, Wagner
Enqstler, Roach, Dentel, Hubbard
Foster, Loy, Nyberg, Worden
lohnson, Hartz, Brown
Fifth Row: Heron, Harper, Haahr
Wheater, Workman, Olsen, Slater
Helmke, W h i t n e y , Norton
Weaver, Atkins, Briggs
Bottom Row: Scanlan, Siroup, Ewing,
Culbertson, Mr. Holmes, Rickert,
Mast, Chase, Lohmiller
Second Row: Shaw Sn der Rich-
, Y 1
ards, Kreussel, Kendle, Bovee
Lenz, Lounsberry, Schive
Third Row: Goslin, Templeton, Hud-
son, Krulish, Olsen, lfVheeler,
Landgraf, Shepard, Colburn
Bottom Row: Snell, Goodman, Tret-
zger, Sims, Kagan, Kane, Phippin
Second Row: Cranny, Bute, Bolinski,
Missildine, Polley, Rabey, Rew
Third Row: Lund, Lundquist, Green,
Lee, Puck, Cook, Olsen, Dodd
Pick a gueen each term! This novel idea was the "l" club's Way ot
honoring the fairest ot the fair on the Teachers Campus. A get-
together in the men's gym after the Homecoming game, a winter
dance, and the annual "Butchers-Maulersu farce between halves ot
the Teachers-Cmaha basketball game Were big events of the year.
Franliness flourished and pertinent topics were given the once over,
in the Student-Faculty Bull Sessions sponsored by the Press Club.
Freedom ot speech reigned supreme at the "Gridiron Dinner." With
Ernie Spinozetti's Place as the scene, taculty and students, joining the
"cafe" society, were embarrassed by a "G-man" raid and enjoyed
the entertaining program oi "raspberry" skits.
Unity makes strength! This great club is open to membership to any
girl enrolled in a two-year primary curriculum. Through the various
activities of this organization, girls are helped in making adjustments
to campus lite and in forming closer friendships. Regular bi-weekly
meetings are devoted to topics ot educational and professional inter-
est. To become further aitiliated with the Second Year Kindergarten
Primary Clulo, this club joined with the more advanced group in
sponsoring some of the major events ot the year, such as the Butus
Rose Marionettes, a Thanksgiving dinner, and a Mother's day din-
ner. Miss May Smith is the organizations adviser.
Bottom Row: Bray, Green, Archam-
boult, Hamilton, Telleen, Iustus,
Leo, N i els e n , Coleman, Ives,
Second How: Leasure, Richardson,
Wiese, Peterson, Bean, Irwin,
Scott, Pappas, Maurer, Raun,
Third Row: Hass, Stout, Wolfram,
Tranbarger, B u c h e r , Parrneter,
Iverson, Risser, Lindsey, Powers,
Fourth Row: Swope, Bilstad, Bernice
Hall, Lewis, Mack, Missman, New-
endorp, Morrison, Kramer, Rush,
Fifth Row: Plaehn, Skaar, Betty
Hall, Butler, Porter, Willets, Ran-
kin, Norby, Kragness, Pearson,
Cutler, Schmidt, Tuttle
Wheater, lacobsen, Bohne, Cres-
sey, Dunn, Cummins, Hawkins
Second Row: Manz, Hankner, Dam
man, Otte, W il l i a m s , Marks
Crouse, Fraser, Rankin, Felton
Cameron, Chase, Scholten
Third Row: Iverson, Tyler, Picht
Hora, Hanson, Hushaw, Mickel
son, Miller, Logan, Barker, Pierce
Fourth Row: Siemen, Chase, Dahl
gren, Swanson, G alla g h e r
Cooper, Gebert, Mortvedt, Mc
Gohan, Bachman, Wilaby, Frantz
Bottom Row: Daugaard, B ri g g s ,
Thomsen, Gaskell, Mather, Schae-
ter, lunkin, Ellerhrock, Bowman,
Second How: Putnam, Iohnston,
Baxter, Laipple, Cakerice, Baden,
Kline, Rose, Blumgren, R. Lein-
Third Row: Paulsen, Fisher, Christ,
Nyherg, Reasoner, Grum, Loken,
Wright, E. Leinbaugh, Wood,
Fourth How: Meylink, Kail, Weaver,
lohnson, Miller, Richardson, Hol-
land, D e n k e r , Rehder, Dentel,
Bottom Row: Decker, Oliver, Mar-
shall, Mather, Ralston, Edgerton,
Hiddleson, lochumsen, Lemler, De-
Second Row: Cowan, Myers, Welch,
Pueggel, Watrous, Iennings, Mary
Smith, Bjornson, Margaret Smith,
Skovgaard, Marsh, L. Smith
Third Row: Risher, Bolton, Whet-
stone, Piotter, Neill, Grell, Seefeld,
Macy, Humphrey, Mitchell, Hayes,
Fourth How: Arends, Clancy, Strand,
Atterberry, G o o d r i c h , lohnson,
Knutson, longewaard, H e m e r ,
Oppedal, Trottnow, Whitney
Bottom Row: Ullerich, Wickham,
Peters, McKane, Hauser, Olsen,
Myrick, Lee, Seefeld, Hartz, Evans,
Second Row: Gruver, Voss, Taylor,
Schroeder, Simonsen, Schowalter,
Nieman, White, M. Lund, Har-
Third Row: Rauscher, S to u ft e r ,
Schow, Devine, Elvidge, D. Lund,
Mickey, Wegand, Bredbenner,
Fourth Bow: Welhousen, Daggett,
Crees, Gulbrarison, Knock, Hand-
bury, Chadwick, Wieben, Clausen,
Bear, Fandel, Bargmann
Fifth Row: Pieper, Christ, Wintak-
ger, Miller, Helmke, Heilman,
Bleeker, Hiersche, Oetken, Lampe,
Ontjes, lohnston, Parrott
Bottom Row: Varce, Mayer, Knock,
D' tz Van En en B
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Palmer, Schutt, Riedinger
Corrnick, Miller, Cooper, Fettes,
Edgar, Clanton, Warnock, Chilcote
Young, Hosier, Mc-
Gough, Kolind, Dubbert, O'Banion,
Dawson, Warnock, Smith, Ward,
Veenstra, L n , h le , Devitt,
Royer, Iones, Richards, Biebe-
B' T '
sy eimer, arvin
Fifth Row: Siglin, Curtis, Olson,
Traeder, Mullane, B r o c k II1 a rl,
Stransky, Lindaman, Kennedy,
Muller, Mumby, G i l k e r s o n,
SECOND YEAR KINDERGARTEN PRIMARY. Cne year older
than the Elementary Club, which the girls belonged to as fresh-
men. They continue the activities and advantages gained in the
First Year Kindergarten Club and perform practically the same
functions. Taking more of the responsibility, however, they pro-
moted such activities as bringing the Rufus Rose Marionettes to
the campus and a Mother's Day Dinner, and supporting a candi-
date for the Old Gold Beauty Queen. Among the speakers who
addressed the club were Dr. E. W. Goetch, Mr. G. H. l-lolmes,
Dr. Tunetta I-leinonen, Dr. Winifred Gilbert, and Miss Richards.
A variety of other meetings was held. Two of these were a
Story-Telling program presented by the B. A. Story Telling Class,
and an interesting puppet show, "The First Christmas."
ELEMENTARY CLUB. Attention, all girls enrolled in a two-year
elementary course! Here is your chance for more friends, more
fun, and more information. Meetings are primarily devoted to
problems that may arise in a teaching career. This is not the
only activity which the club promotes. For instance, there was
the big picnic held in the Fall, a Thanksgiving party which fol-
lowed one of the regular meetings, as well as the support given
a candidate for the Old Gold Beauty Contest. ln keeping with
an established practice, three local speakers were included in
their frequent get-togethers. They were Mr. Todd and Dr. Riebe
from the education department of the college, and Mr. Raymond
Pederson, a member of the teaching staff in the Cedar Falls l-ligh
Matthias, Challe, Mc-
Baker, Bishop, Kurtz,
a e C es y '
Bottom Row: Miner, R u s s e ll,
Frudeger, Huus, Witt, McKellips,
Second Row: Boers, Koos, Bristol,
Newton, Gill h a m , Matthias,
Gregory, Blesie, Mitchell
Third Row: W i 11 i a rn s , Woito,
Hellestad, Carstensen, T a y 1 o r ,
Addy, Farran, Stutsman, Crull,
Bottom Row: Mather, O'Banion,
Fisher, Leichtman, Mrs. Weir,
Block, M. Closson, Taylor
Second Row: T. Hash, Iennings,
Nasby, L. C l o s s o n , Peterson,
Kennedy, Barker, F. Hash
Third Row: Oetken, Maddoclc, Linde-
man, King, Smith, C r e s s e y ,
Murnby, Ontjes, Loken
Bottom Row: Killeen, M. Chapman,
R o e de r, Devitt, Ruppel, G.
Second How: lustus, W e n d e l l,
Coenen, Rotell, Kenyon, Kvidera,
Third Row: W i t t m a n , Wickham
Pieres, Peterson, Roach, McEvoy,
Fourth How: Butler, Conry, Lynch,
Bellock, Boland, Podemski, Finn,
KAPPA PI BETA ALPHA. Dolls for K. P. B. A. This year a col-
lection was shown to the group by Miss Merrill of Hawthorne
School, Waterloo. This club of Primary B. A. students built its
program on the theme, "A Teacher and Her lnterests," played
ghost at their Halloween Party, and bangueted in the spring.
THETA EPSILON. Activities of Theta Epsilon, national Baptist
sorority, were tvaried. A Christmas party in the Commons, a
Valentine party for Bachelor Boys, a Mothers Day luncheon, a
Farewell party for graduates, and a formal initiation with
"Ships" as a theme were included on their calendar of affairs.
CATHOLIC STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION. Combining religion
and recreation, the C. S. A. began the fall quarter with a picnic
and treasure hunt, and followed it up with a greeting to the new
priest, Father Mauer. The club's efforts were greatly responsible
for increased attendance at monthly communion services.
LUTHERAN STUDENTS' ASSOClATlON. Busy as bees were the
members of the L. S. A. A Bible study class was organized and
met on alternate Sundays. A get-acguainted party was given in
the fall, fun was had at a Christmas party, the annual banquet
occurred March l7, and a meeting for formal initiation was held.
Bottom Row: Neeman, Bundy, G.
M tth'a W li K Orton Nel-
cr 1 s, y e, . ,
son, Pueggel, Steinkamp, Iverson
Second Row: H. Matthias, Daugaarcl,
Menzel, S lc o v g a a r d , Kallem,
M o r t v e dt, Anderson, Skaar,
Third Row: Lesch, Larson, Swanson,
Hanson, Hellestad, D. O r t o n ,
Wink, Chris tensen, Iohnson,
Fourth Row: Danielson, Kragness,
Piotter, Hantelrnann, Huus, Blies-
mer, Mamrnen, L. Orton, Telleen,
Bottom Row: Mast, Cross, Swanson
Second Row: Porteous, White, Gil-
loertson, Lenth, Chapman, Falk
Bottom Row: Bristol, Arnold, Rickey
Second Row: Mrs. Black, Kramer
M. Trottnow, Isley, Fuller
Third Row: W. Trottnow, Fisher,
Schaefer, Clark, Cooper, Kennedy
Bottom Row: Barber, Brown, Day-
hoff, Davis, Muntz
Second Row: Butler, Arends, Bullis,
Stransky, Ashley, Eells
Bottom Row: A. Miller, E. Myers,
Dodd, Abram, Olden, D. Myers,
Tonsfeldt, Peet, Hodder
Second Row: Koos, Cooper, Berg,
Erickson, Humphrey, D. Miller,
W ilk i ri s o n, Frost, Bredbenner,
Third Row: Bernd, Taft, C r e e s ,
Knoer, F e n n e rn a , Iohnson,
Folkerts, Heilrnan, Hiersche, Grell,
STCWAWAY CLUB. Presbyterian boys "stowaway" their
friendship in an organization for their exclusive use, the Stow-
away Club. Bountiful suppers always precede the snappy
meetings which are held several times a term. The year began
with a "Get Acquaintedn supper and wound up with a banquet
in the spring.
TBAPEZCID. Sounds like a mathematics club, does it not?
Your guess is wrong, for the Trapezoid is an organization for
Presbyterian college women. During regular weekly meetings
a four-fold program of study, fellowship, worship and service is
followed. A highlight of the year was a Homecoming breakfast.
Pl-ll TAU THETA. This national organization for Methodist men
had its busiest year in a long time. Besides its bi-monthly
meetings, the club was host to the fourteenth annual conclave
and sponsored a series of discussions on "Boy-Girl Relations."
This chapter contributes to the magazine, "Philoi."
KAPPA PHI. "Waterways of the World" was the theme this
year for Kappa Phi, national Methodist girls' sorority. Besides
the regular bi-weekly meetings, the club had fun at a Pop Corn
Pop, a Sweater Party, and a Rodeo Party. The annual Senior
Breakfast brought the year to a close.
Bottom Row: Blesie, Coates, Hall,
Sherman, Holmes, Mr. Hays,
Moklebust, M. Iulius, L. Iulius,
Second Bow: Tinnermeier, Rehn,
Rutherford, R e ct o r , Davenport,
Aupperle, Hanson, D o w n in g ,
Meylink, Smith, Diclc
Third Row: Foiles, Brown, Christ,
Muntz, Goldsmith, Burow, Bennett,
O'Banion, Mercer, Graber, Moulton
Fourth How: Smith, Quirin, Kramer,
Cassacly, Hamaker, Lund, Butler,
Hobson, Risser, Hantelmann, Lillie
Fifth ROW: Shaeffer, S W a n s 0 n,
Scott, Van de Water, Todd, Baker,
Maurer, Wedekinq, Falk, Cressey,
Bottom Row: McCormick, Hodder,
lohnson, White, Abram, Anderson
Second BoW:. Mcliane, Stout, H,
Williams, Iones, Smith, Foster
"The Unknown Soldier Speaks" was one oi the outstanding plays
produced this year by the Wesley Players, National Methodist or-
ganization oi drama, two dramas, a comedy, and tour skits were
among the plays given. Highlight of the year-the local Nu chapter
was host to the iirst lowa get-together of the Wesley Players.
What would chapel be without the college choir? Between iiity and
sixty men and women sing in this group each year. While member-
ship is voluntary, admittance is gained by a process that is some-
what elective. With Professor W. E. Hays as director, the choir sings
each Sunday morning.
Forty playing as hard as they cant Forty of them. Forty What? One
guess, and it is the personnel of the Orchestra Club, which spends its
time becoming familiar with the best that there is in orchestra litera-
ture. Between practices the members took time out for a gay and
coloriul theatre party.
Learning various kinds of self-expression, which they ordinarily
would not get elsewhere, the Art League members meet often and
absorb much art from practical experience. Their eiiorts in Wood-
carving and sketching oi the human figure were exhibited in the
Vocational building during the spring term.
Bottom Row: Owen, Thomas, Kolind,
Closson, Hobson, Werdel, Holmes,
Second Row: Kvidera, Eikleberry,
Bilstad, Butler, Pearson, Knudsen,
Sheldon, Molle, Bachrnan, Hamer
Third How: Cooper, Bucher, lacobs,
lohnson, Phillips, Heide, Wilke,
Iurgemeier, Kelsen, Leinbaugh
Bottom How: King, Gronberg, Miss
Conlon, L a ip p l e , Mr. Bailey,
Second How: Sutz, Everhart, New-
ton, Koos, Kennedy, Bank, Baum-
Third Row: Horns, Neumeier, Macy,
Maddock, Wylie, Bernd, Wollesen,
Bottom Row: Mr. Palmer, Lctmprnan,
Wilson, Moser, Herwig, Miller,
Kruse, Healy, Mr. Bailey.
Second Row: Gray, Bragg, lohnston,
Bolinski, Rew, Hershire, Bro,
Third Row: Chattield, K. Orton,
D. Orton, Van Arkel, Iohnson,
Ware, Kienzle, Loonan
Fourth Row: Hersch, Porter, Etzel,
Benz, Donaldson, Bidne, Fisk,
Bottom Row: C a s l a V k a , Lund,
Murphy, Bovee, Hoxie, Dr. Thomp-
son, Dr. Erbe, B ickenbach,
Second How: Lundy, Ouirin, Martin,
Lund, Stroup, Chase, G i b s o n ,
Hellwig, Burt, Walk
Third Row: Closson, Yoselotf, Knapp,
Everett, S c h l ic l'1 t i n g, Orton,
Marnmen, Lundquist, Fisher, Frost
Bottom Row: Thurston, McElhinney,
Simpson, Hoover, Burger, Brind-
Second Row: Steinkamp, Evans,
Gibson, Cutler, Cupp, Stokes,
Third How: Easter, Kamm, Mueller,
Mitze, M c P h e r s o n , Coffman,
INDUSTRIAL ARTS GUILD. New, but growing! The Industrial
Arts Guild, only two years old, increased greatly in membership
this year. Work in upholstery and metal spinning were studied
in weekly laboratory meetings, and talks on industrial subjects
not offered in the regular college curriculum comprised the sub-
stance of most of the organizations programs.
SCCIAL SCIENCE I-ICNCES. Stellar students of the social sci-
ence department are honored by invitation to join this organi-
zation. One of the most interesting projects carried out this year
was a poll on student reaction to the European crisis. Another
activity was a joint banquet with Pi Gamma Mu.
PLAYCRAET CLUB. With sixteen new members this year, the
Playcraft Club began its activities in grand style. Both formal
and informal affairs filled the calendar. A December formal
party contrasted with an informal party in the Yellow Kitchen,
the spring term picnic, and farewell breakfast for seniors.
I-IAMILTCN CLUB. "The British are coming!"-but not for war
-merely for a battle of wits in the annual British-T. C. debate
tournament. The Hamilton Club assisted with this debate. Other
events that kept members busy were the Brindley Debate Tour-
nament and the second annual Iunior College Tournament.
Bottom Row: Laird, W ill ia m s,
Wurtzer, Mueller, Kirgis, Decker
Second Row: Spooner, Lund, Zimmer-
man, Colburn, Parrott, Olclen
Bottom Row: Caley, Hudson, Duffus
Miller, Iohnson, Sexton
Second Row: Church, Morris, Vogt,
Swanson, Hull, Holroyd, Dycus
Third How: Van Skike, Landsiedel,
Bush, Van H o u t e n , Iacobs
Bottom Row: Miss Terry, Moessner
Tostlebe, Kepler, Larsen, Hosier
Second -Row: Rauscher, Schnepf
Tonsfeldt, V. Kerr, H. Kerr
Third How: Harshbarger, Barry
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Schuchart, Christensen, Hilton,
Students with poems, students with stories, students with interest!
All these are welcomed to the Writer's Clulo. Whether trying to find
a correct word in his bit of "modern" poetry, punctuating a mood
sketch, or finding the right ending for his story, the optimistic writer
gets valualole information and tips through criticism.
Promoting the greatest interest in the study of Latin and Greek the
Classical Club Ccomposed of any students who have studied Latin or
Greek at Teachers Collegel met twice a term. Through interesting
talks, illustrated with slides, the club studied the provinces of the
UNlTED STUDENT MOVEMENT. Gotyety! Confetti! All these bring
botolc memories of the Egll E un Eest otnd Spring Eling sponsored by
the United Student Movement. Through forums led bv legders in the
field of religion, the movement brings to the students otn gwgreness
of problems thot force the World todgy.
ALPHA Pl-ll OMEGA. Former Boy Scouts on the Cotmpus join Alphd
Phi Omegg ond perform their good deeds gs Betot Epsilon chgpter
members. One of their services this yedr was ctcting ous stgge crew
for the Tutor Ticlclers. Though only g vectr old, the chgpter extends
g helping hgnd to otll. When in need, coll upon gn Alphot Phi!
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Second Row: Marshall, Seybo ol
Ford, Colburn, Bottom, K t
Bottom Row: Smith, Goede, D
K ft L cr Sconl
Third Row: ercer, in Z,
Erdmcrn, Brctncrgon, Stew
Bottom Row: Mr. Butfurn, Over-
gctord, Alton, Rayburn, Mr.
Second Row: Bragg, Bute, Ycrg-
gy, Yeorncxn, Wilson.
Third Row: McDowcrll, Bronc-
gcrn, Schlichting, Ellison,
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Krulish escorts the Queen. Prize winning cos-
tumes. Faculty members? Couldn't have been
K. Riebe and Zada
Swinging midst serpentine
streamers, college celebrities at
the colorful Mardi Gras Ball
had a gala time. With Dugan
Laird as master ot ceremonies,
Mary Riclcert, in White chiffon
and regal cloak was crowned
queen. Attended by Cleo Lenz
and Betty Schuohert, she
reigned tor a night. A mystery
couple dressed as reversible
rag dolls cavorted about along
With their colonial cousins.
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The Campanile strikes a mid-afternoon hour, interrupting its concert.
Several groups of people pass it to visit the two new men's dormitories,
Baker and Seerley Halls. The attractiveness of these prompts one to
utter a wish that they could call it "home" ln Baker Hall, the spiral
staircase is a fascinating object to many. The modernity of the living
rooms, sun porches, and student rooms leaves one breathless. Return-
ing to the north end of the campus, one enters Bartlett Hall, dormitory
for women. Here, elegance is also found in the striking Rose and
Green living rooms. Tea is served to the visiting fathers, mothers, and
friends in the Yellow Kitchen.
In Bartlett Hall. Oh! To be Patty.
Before five o'clock. What? No music. An extra cue in the game.
The rush into the new Seerley Hall
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fun and laughter in the atmosphere. What goes on here?
Studies, Worries and dignities forgotten, these men gathered
West of the Commons for an afternoon oi playing. Gunny sacks
lying in a heap Were picked up by contestants as a gunny-sack
race was called by the starter. For those with a yen for choco-
late pie, a pie eating contest was staged. A tug-oi-war between
residents oi Baker versus residents ot Seerley resulted in a vic-
tory for Seerley l-lall. A travelling trophy was presented by
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llhe annual lVlen's Union Dinner, held
during the Winter quarter, was high-
lighted by an address on the require-
ments, training, and problems of the
Federal Agent, given by lit. A. Williams
oi the Federal Board oi lnyestigation,
located in Des Moines. Following Mr.
Williams' colorful address, the listen-
ers took the opportunity oi Cross-eXam-
ining the government agent by tiring
questions rapidly at him. This lively
procedure was out short by the tuning
in ot the Teachers'-Coe game.
Mr. Hughes responds fwhite streaksl. Listening to the
What's the matter, Snooks? Blesie helps Olsen Talus accepts
Oops! A little higher please. Crowded? Yes
Fancy a femme escorting a fellow to a
frolicl That is just what happens at
Femmes Fancy! Brave females ask mod-
est males for the privilege of their com-
pany, and then proceed to send them
lovely corsages of fragrant cranherries,
popcorn, and powder puffs. Not only do
they call for "his nibs", but upon arrival,
struggle with top coats and galoshes, en-
route to the check room. The men reserve
the right to do the leading in actual ball-
room procedure, but they are willing to
concede their partners the right to furnish
refreshments. Ah, what a night for the
Polly flirts with "de mugs."
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variety! Saturday night rendezvous-
ers at the Commons were royally
entertained by student talent. The
"Prot. Quiz Hour" launched the pro-
grams, Where people selected from
the audience at random answered
questions. The Winner consumed a
hot fudge sundae as a reward for
his efforts. One night Charlie Pas-
torino brought down the house with
"The Popcorn Man" and again
Betty Hall enthralled them all with
"When Pa Was Courtin' Ma." A lit-
tle old-fashioned technique in the
art of courting was demonstrated in
a scene from "One Sunday After-
189O or 1939?
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ludging hy the success of the "Kanga-
roo Court," the annual "l" Club dance
was one of the successful dances of
the year. The informally dressed
crowd danced to the music of Paul
Moorhead and his orchestra. During
the "Kangaroo Court", or in other
Words the feature dance, several in-
dividuals were called from the floor,
"charged" with a certain crime, and
"sentenced" to dance together. Spe-
cial guests were the faculty of the
men's physical education department.
l-luhert Missildine was general chair-
man of the dance, Was assisted in
planning and carrying out the dance
loy officers and memloers of the Tutor
Wait for the photographer, Hon'
Kangaroo Court. Paul Moorhead
puts on an act
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Purchasing gifts, packing holiday garb, arranging transportation home
-all these student and faculty preparations signify the approach of
Christmas vacation on the T. C. campus. One of the activities which re-
lieves the tension of the few days preceding departure is the annual
Christmas Carol Service. Students and faculty fill the Commons audito-
rium at an early hour. Black-robed College Singers march in and step
upon the tiered platform where, at a signal from Director Barker, they
carol Christmas tunes familiar to all.
Watch your step. Dean Reed listens to the College Singers. Carney fades out.
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Kroeqer in pigtails
Gaede'P Or Scarecrow?
ls that a jug of good ole corn?
Shep, Blesie and their little dummy
Hoover and Kamm pull a few fast ones
Were the chickens crowinq? Were the cows mooina? Or Was
it just the Farmers Frolic? Everyone at this annual tarmyard
swing of Baker and Seerley l-lalls lets his hair down for a grand
time shuiflina and scuiiina to the music of Oren Weir and his or-
chestra. Endinq at ll:5O Cpractically in time to ao to loed with
the roostersl the dance swung to a climax With a Broom Taq
Dance introduced by a cop with his prisoner on the string. Add-
ed attraction: Connie Schaefer and Harlan Peters as the prize
The Auditorium lights flicker, grow
dim, and fade into an inky blackness.
A glaring spotlight suddenly pierces
the enveloping darkness and focuses
upon the director who steps gingerly
to the platform, flashes a smile at the
silent audience and about faces. l-ler
uplifted arm signals, the curtains part,
revealing to many pairs of expectant
eyes a scene of uncommon beauty.
Three tiers of young ladies in flowing
gray robes, sit shoulder to shoulder,
alertly waiting their leader's signal.
The shadowing flicker of colored lights
plays across the group. The director's
arms sweep up, and forty-two clear
voices ring out in vibrant unison to in-
troduce the fiftieth annual appearance
of the Cecilians.
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Cutting the Anniversary Cake
Past member reminxsce
Another year has slid past, another year filled with
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A Capella Choir . .
Alpha Beta Gamma .
Alpha Chi Epsilon .
Alpha Delta Alpha . . .
Alpha Phi Omega
. . 16, 17
. 224, 225
. . . 183
. . . 243
Art and lndustrial Arts, Department of . , 60
Art League ....- . . . . 239
Baker Hall . . . . .22, 23
Bartlett Hall . . . . .20, 21
Bartlett Hall Addition . . . 31
Baseball .... . 172, 173
Basketball . . 168, 169
Beauties . . . 126-131
Beta Beta Beta . . 74
Blue Key . . . 75
Blue Key Formal ...... ' . 144
Board of Control of Student Publications . , 211
Bureau of Alumni Affairs . . . 44
Bureau of Publications . . 45
Bureau of Religious Activities 46
Bureau of Research . . . 47
Business Manager . 16
Campus Leaders' Dinner , . . 142
Campus Scenes .... . 148-155
Catholic Stidents Association . . . 234
Cecilian Glee Club . . . . 219, 257
Chemistry Seminar . . 225
Christmas Services . . 253
Class Officers . . .40, 41
Classical Club . . 242
College Band . . 217
College Choir . . . 238
College Eye Heads , . 208
College Eye Staff . . . . 209
College Singers . . . 220
Commerce, Department of . 61
Commercial Club . . . 228
Commons I , . . 26, 27
Conservatory . . 30
Dean of Faculty . . 16
Dean of Men . . 16
Dean of Women . 16
Debate . . . 215
Dedication . . 4, 5
Delta Phi Delta . . 188
Delta Sigma Rho . . 76
Fall of the City . . . . 200
' Star Wagon .... . 201
You Can't Take lt With You 202, 203
Education . . . . 62
Elementary Club , . . 233
Ellen Richards Club . . 225
English . , . 63
Epsilon Phi Epsilon . . 189
Epsilon Pi Tau . , 77
Extension Division . . , 48
Faculty Senate .... 19
Faculty Welfare Committee . 18
Farmer's Frolic . . . . 256
Femmes Fancy . . . 250
First Year Primary . . 231
Football .... 164-167
Foreword . . . . 6
Four-H Club . , . . 225
Gamma Theta Upsilon , . 78
German Club . . 226, 227
Golden Ledger . . . . 227
Hamilton Club . . . 241
Homecoming . . 140-141
Home Economics , . . . 64
"1" Club ..... . 230
"1" Club Dance .... . 252
Industrial Arts Guild . . . 240, 241
Interesting Students and Faculty 138, 139
Inter-Fraternity Council . . . 34
lnter-Fraternity Dance . 147
lnter-Sorority Council 34
lnter-Sorority Dance . . , . 146
Kappa Delta Pi . . . 79
Kappa Mu Epsilon . 80
Kappa Pi Beta Alpha . 234
Kappa Phi . . . . 237
Kappa Theta Psi . . . . 190
Lambda Delta Lambda . 81
Lambda Gamma Nu . . . 184
Language, Department of . 65
Library ..... . .28, 29
Life Saving Corps . . . - 175
Lutheran Student Association . - 235
Marching Bands . ,
Mardi Gras .....
Mathematics, Department of .
Mathematics Club . .
Men's Union . .
Minnesingers . . .
Music, Department of .
e at Dorms .
Orchestra Club .
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia .
Phi Sigma Epsilon .
Phi Sigma Phi . .
Pi Tau Theta .....
Physical Education for Men .
Physical Education for Women
Pi Gamma Mu
Pi Omega Pi . .
Pi Phi Omega .
Pi Tau Phi . .
Pi Theta Pi . .
Placement Bureau . . .
President Latham and Message .
Press Club .....
Purple Pen .
Representative Students .
Rho Epsilon Rho . . .
Romance Language Club
. 162, 163
. . . 66
. . 226, 227
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. . . 218
. 178, 179
. . 191
. . 68
. 84, 177
. . 50
. 14, 15
. 136, 137
, . 229
. 226, 227
Saturday Night Varieties .
Science, Department of .
Hall . . .
Seniors, Four Year .
Seniors, Two Year .
Alpha Iota .
Sigma Tau Delta ....
Social Science, Department of
Social Science Honors Society
Stowaway Club ....
Student Council . . .
Student Council Committees .
Student Health Service . .
Superintendent of Buildings and
Symphony Orchestra . . .
Tau Sigma Delta . . .
Teaching . . .
Theta Alpha Phi . .
Theta Epsilon .
Theta Gamma Nu .
Theta Theta Epsilon .
Trapezoid . .
Tutor Ticklers . . .
United Student Movement .
V. O. V. Sigma Phi . . .
'Washington Ball . .
Wesley Players ....
Who's Who .
Women's Athletic Association
Women's Chorus . . .
Wrestling . . .
Writer's Club .
Xanho . . .
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION DIRECTORY
Abbott, Dr. Boy L., 52
Professor of Biology
Aitchison, Allison, 52, 78
Professor of Geography
Anderson, Mary C., 52
.Assistant Professor of Teaching
Arey, Amy, 52
Professor of Education
Arndt, Wilbert C., '52
Instructor in Teaching
Bailey, C. H., 52, 77, 230, 240
Head of the Arts Department
Barker, Olive L., 52, 86, 212, 219, 220
Instructor of Voice and Music
Baum, Russell, 52
Instructor of Piano
Beard, Dr. Marshall B., 82
Assistant Professor of History
Begeman, Dr. Louis, 52
Professor of Physics, Emeritus
Bender, Paul F., 18, 52
Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men
Bock, Mrs. Madge, 23
Director of Baker Hall
Boardman, Benjamin, 211, 216
Boothe, Dr. Bert E., 52
Head of the Department of English
Brown, Dr, A. E., 52
Associate Professor of Education
Brugger, M. Elisabeth, 52
Director of Nursery School and Instructor in Teaching
Buffum, Dr. H. S., 52, 243
Professor of Education
Buxbaum, Katherine, 53
Assistant Professor of English
Cable, Dr. E. J., 4, 5, 53
Professor of Earth Science and Head of the Depart-
ment of Science
Caldwell, Mary P., 53
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Campbell, Mary L., 53
Instructor in Home Economics
Campbell, Sadie B., 16, 18
Dean of Women
Charles, Dr. I. W., 53, 79
Professor of Education
Cole, Agnes, 53
Assistant Professor of Art
Cole, Eldon E., 16
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
Coridit, Ira S., 53
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Conlon, Corley Agnes, 53, 239
Instructor of Art
Crowder, Louis, 53
Instructor of Music
Cummins, H. C., 53
Associate Professor of Commercial Education
Delaney, V. D., 53
Instructor of Music
Denny, Dr. E. C., 53
Professor of Education and Head of the Department of
Dickinson, Arthur, 53, l55, 175
Instructor in Physical Education for Men
Divelbess, Margaret, 53
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Donato, Anthony, 53, 83, 216
Assistant Professor of Violin
Douglas, Dr. L. V., 18, 84, 139, 228
Head of the Commercial Department
Duncan, Anne Stuart, 54
Erbe, Dr. Carl H., 54, 240
Professor of Government
Eagan, W. B., 54
Associate Professor of English
Fahrney, Dr. Ralph R., 54
Associate Professor of History
Fitzsimons, Ethel, 54
Instructor in Teaching
Puller, A. C., 44, 45
Director of the Bureau of Alumni Affairs
Fullerton, C. A.
Gaffin, Myrtle E., 54
Instructor in Commercial Education
Geiger, Dr. Beatrice I., 54, 89, 225
Head of the Home Economics Department
Getchell, Dr. R. W., 54, 81, 224
Professor of Chemistry
Gilbert, Winifred M., 54
Assistant Professor of Biology
Goetch, Dr. E. W., 50
Director of the Placement Bureau
Grant, Martin L., 54
Associate Professor of Biology
Green, Dr. Anita V., 20
Director of Health of Bartlett Hall
Haight, Mary E., 20
Director of Bartlett Hall
Halvorson, Dr. N. O., 54
Associate Professor of English
Hake, Herbert V., 54, 138
Assistant Professor of Speech
Hanson, Rose, 54
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Hart, I. H., 48
Director of Extension Service
Hays, W. E., 54, 218, 238
Assistant Professor of Voice
Heinonen, Iunetta, 54
Instructor in Teaching
Henrikson, Dr. E. H., 55
Assistant Professor of Speech
Hersey, S. Freeman, 55
Associate Professor, Emeritus
Hill, Frank W., 55, 83, 216
Instructor in Violin, Viola, Ensemh
Hill, Susan B., 20
Holmes, George H., 45, 55, 211, 230
Director of Bureau of Publications
Holst, Harald B., 55
Assistant Professor of Voice
Horns, Iohn W., 55
Instructor in Art
Humiston, Dorothy, 55, 177
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Assistant Professor of Physical E
Hunter, Mary B., 55
Associate Professor of Economics
Iackson, C. L., 55
cation for Women
Principal of High School and Associate Professor of
Iasman, Mrs. Nina, 25
Director of Baker Hall
Kadesch, Dr. W. I-I., 55
Professor of Physics
Kearney, Dora E., 55, 226
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Koehring, Dr. Dorothy, 55
Instructor in Teaching
Knoff, Gerald, 46, 243
Director of Religious Activities
Kurtz, Edward, 55, 216
Head of the Department of Music
Latham, Dr. O. R., 14
President of the College
and Professor of
Lambert, Emma Ft., 55, BO, 85
Professor of Mathematics
Lambert, Lillian V., 56, 226
Professor of English
Lamloertson, Dr. F. W., 56, 76
Professor of Speech
Lantz, Dr. C. W., 56, 74
Head of the Biology Department
Larson, Dr. Selmer C., 16
Lillehei, Dr. I. L., 56
Head of the Department of Languages and Professor
of French and Spanish
Luse, Dr. Eva May, 56
Head of the Department of Teaching
Lynch, S. A., 56
Professor of English, Emeritus
Mach, George R., 56
Assistant Professor of Commercial Education
Mantor, Edna, 56
Instructor in Teaching
McClelland, Agnes, 56
Instructor in Home Economics
McCuskey, David, 56, 170
Instructor in Physical Education for Men
Mead, Dr. F. N., 49
Health Director and Professor of Physical Education
Mendenhall, L. L., 56
Head of the Department of Physical Education for Men
Merchant, Dr. P. D., 56
Professor of Latin and Greek, Emeritus
Michel, Dorothy, 56, 177 '
Instructor in Physical Education for Women
Miller, Edna, 56
Assistant Professor of Latin
Moir, Mrs. F. C., 20
Housekeeper in Bartlett Hall
Moore, Maude E., 56, l77
Instructor of Physical Education for Women
Myers, Iulia Mae, 57
Instructor in Commercial Education
Nelson, Dr. M. I., 16
Dean of the Faculty
Nordly, Oliver M., 57, 165, 169
Instructor in Physical Education for Men
Osborn, Dr. E. C., 57
Instructor in Economics
Paine, Dr. Olive, 57
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Palmer, Harold G., 57, 77, 240
Instructor in Manual Arts
Patt, Bertha L., 57
Professor of Art
Paul, Dr. I. B., 45
Director of Bureau of Research
Peck, Catherine, 20
Director of Social Life
Peterson, Marna, 57
Associate Professor of Teaching
Plaehn, Erma, 57
Instructor of Teaching
Pollock, Annabelle, 57
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Rait, E. Grace, 57
Associate Professor of Teaching
Rath, Dr. H. Earl, 57, 211
Assistant Professor of Health Education
Read, O. B., 57, 224
Professor of Chemistry
Reed, Leslie I., 16, 18, 75
Dean of Men
Rice, Mildred, 57
Instructor in Teaching
Riebe, Dr. H. A., 57
Associate Professor of Education
Riggs, Sara M., 57
Associate Professor of History
Robinson, Dr. E. A., 58
Assistant Professor of English
Robinson, Dr. George C., 58, 82
Professor of Government
Rohlf, Ida, 58
Instructor in English
Ruegnitz, Rose L., 58
Assistant Professor of Piano
Ruppel, Mae, 58
Instructor in Teaching
Russell, Myron, 58, 139, 216, 217
Instructor in Woodwind and Dire
Sage, Dr. L. L., 58
Assistant Professor of History
Samson, George W., 58
Instructor in Organ
Schaefer, Dr. Iosef, 58, 226
Associate Professor of German
Scott, Dr. Winfield, 58
Professor of Agriculture
Searight, Roland, 58, 216
Assistant Professor of Violin, Cel
Short, Thelma, 58, 177
ctor of College Band
lo and Orchestral
Instructor in Physical Education for Women
Skar, R. O., 58, 226
Associate Professor of Commercial Education
Slacks, Iohn Pt., 58, 243
Associate Professor of Rural Education
Smiley, Mary, 20
Director of Foods
Smith, Ernestine, 58
Instructor in Teaching
Smith, May, 18, 58
Associate Professor of Education
Sorenson, Anna Marie, 58
Associate Professor of English
Starbeck, Clyde L., 58, 165
Instructor in Physical Education
Starr, Minne E., 59
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Stone, Myrtle M., 59
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Strayer, Hazel B., 59, 88
Associate Professor of Speech
Struble, Dr. Marguirette, 59
Assistant Professor of Teaching
Terry, Selina M., 59, 87, 211, 242
Professor of English
Thomes, Isabel, 59
Associate Professor of Spanish and French
Thompson, Dr. M. R., 59, 240
Head of the Department of Social Science
Todd, C. O., 59
Associate Professor of Education
Uttley, Marguerite, 59
Associate Professor of Geography
Van Engen, Dr. Henry, 59, 226
Head of the Department of Mathematics
Van Ness, Grace, 59, 177
Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Women
Walters, G. W., 59
Professor of Education, Emeritus
Watson, E. E., 59, 226
Professor of Mathematics
Wellborn, Dr. F. W., 59
Associate Professor of History
Wester, C. W., 59, 226
Professor of Mathematics
White, Doris E., 59, 177
.Associate Professor of Physical Education for Women
Whitford, L. W., 59, 173
Instructor in Physical Education for Men
Wilcox, Dr. M. I., 59
Assistant Professor of Education
Wild, Monica R., 177
Head of the Department of Physical Education for
Wirth, Carl A., 59, 216
Instructor in Brass Instruments
Abele, Richard Weaver-Waterloo
Abram, Elizabeth Ann-Cedar Falls, 78, 106, 197, 237,
Ackerman, Russel Cornelius-Pecatonica, 111.
Adam, Lois Catherine-Cedar Falls, 197
Adams, lune Rose-Waterloo, 188
Addy, Lois L.-Marcus, 78, 234
Ahrens, Norma Iune-lewell
Edith-Waterloo, 106, 197
Marjorie Lucile-Storm Lake
Velma Belle-Manson, 221
Althouse, lack Marvin-Waterloo, 184
Alton, Everett Donald-Waterloo, 75, 79, 106, 183, 243
Andersen, lla Loraine-Dike, 191, 221
Anderson, Franchion Lenore-Marcus, 221, 229
Anderson, Hazel Mildred-Radcliffe, 235
Anderson, Lynn M.-Waterloo, 80, 217
Anderson, Mabel 1...-Ft. Dodge, 103, 226
Anderson, Mary Eunice-Cresbard, S. Dak., 216
Anderson, Maxine Charlotte-Cedar Falls, 188, 209
Anderson, Nada lean-Scranton, 229, 238
Anderson, Ruth Marjorie-Cedar Falls, 92, 207
Andrews, Elsie Maxine-Adel
Archamboult, Eileen Margaret-Hampton, 229, 231
Arends, Elsie Marie-Sanborn, 232
Arends, Robert Lowell-Alexander, 236
Armstrong, Marjorie lune-Ft. Dodge, 187
Arnold, Florence May-Cedar Rapids, 225, 236
Aschenbrenner, Ralph-Dysart, 182
Ashley, Marian Louise-Cedar Falls, 106, 177
Ashley, Ralph C.-Cedar Falls, 226, 228, 236
Askew, Marjory Eloise-Stockport, 225
Askew, Winnitred Eleanor-Stockport
Atkins, Ruthe Phyllis-Grinnell, 34, 191, 229
Atterberry, Huldah-Maxwell, 232
Aupperle, Robert Neff-Idaho Falls, Idaho, 75, 83, 106,
218, 220, 238
Babcock, Francis Herbert-New Hampton, 74
Bachman, Dorothy Louise-Clarence, 239
Bacon, Kathlyn Marian-Mclntire, 106, 218
Baden, Mary Thayer-Guthrie Center, 92, 231, 235
Baetke, Alma Helen-Eldridge, 224
Bahling, Merwyn-Burt, 170, 185
Bailey, Alice-Cedar Falls
Bailey, Mary Ieanne-Belmond, 229
Baird, Aleta Agnes-Cedar Falls, 190, 217, 229
Baird, lohn lefiers-Cedar Falls, 184
Baker, Doy Merl-Mason City, 83, 217, 218, 220, 238
Baker, Lucile Doris-Winfield, 233
Baker, Marie-Waterloo, 86, 106, 216, 217, 219
Baker, Melvin-Mason City
Bakke, loyce E. M.-Decorah, 176, 177, 180
Ballard, leanette Maxine-Rockford
Ballou, Mary Olive-Fairmont, Minn., 34, 85, 86
Bank, Helen Katherine-Detroit, Mich., 106, 239
Banks, Herbert Stocker-Paullina
Barber, Frank Marvin-Fort Dodge, 236
Barck, Frances Ann-Cedar Falls
Bargmann, Lilian Elizabeth-Rodman, 92, 233
Barker, Elva loanne-Arthur
Barker, Florene Loretta-Waterloo, 188, 222
Barker, Zola Gae-Manly, 234
Barnard, Francis Raleigh-Waterloo
Barnard, lohn Maurice-Waterloo
Barnes, Emily Elizabeth-Victor
Barnett, loyce Loraine-Atlantic, 221
Barraqy, Frances-Waterloo, 189
Barragy, Mary Alice-Waterloo, 226
Barrigar, lohn Alva-Cedar Falls
Barron, Donald Wilson-Waterloo
Barry, Eleanor Celeste-Belmond, 242
Barry, George Wayne-Danbury
Barz, Avis May-Klemme
Barz, Doris Irene-Ventura
Bassel, Elaine Dorothea-Waterloo, 78, 79, 106
Baum, Lois lean-Hopkinton
Bauman, Leroy Edward-Waterloo -
Baumgartner, Rachel Lois-Cedar Falls, 239
Baumann, lames G.-Waterloo, 224
Baxter, Loretta Victoria-Stuart, 231
Bayevsky, lesse-New York, N. Y., 184
Bean, lnabelle Margaret-Laurens, 231
Bear, Andrea Esther-Eldora, 233
Beaver, Herbert Cecil-Hamilton
Beavo, loseph Andrews-Dike, 35, 75, 106
Bechter, lohn Edward-lndependence, 222
Bednar, Maxine-Manly, 92, 231
Beeson, Mary Lucille-Red Oak, 106
Behrends, Earl Anton-Wiota
Behrens, Ruth Geraldine-Cedar Falls, 86, 191,
Beier, Novella lda-Britt
Bekemeier, Elda A.-Hubbard, 92, 188
Bell, Melvin Sidney-Williams, 228
Bellock, Cyril Thomas-River Forest, lll., 234
Below, Gertrude Hertha-Hubbard
Belthuis, Lyda Carol-Parkersburg, 78, 106
Bengston, Irene Louise-Adel, 229
Benjeaerdes, Marcella Louise-Manly
Bennett, William Lewis-Mason City, 238
Benson, Beverly Ann-Waterloo
Benton, less Leo, lr.-Oto
Bentz, Eunice Lorraine-Waterloo
Bentzinger, Alverda Belle-Donnellson, 216
Benz, LaVerne F.-Randalia, 34, 38, 75, 77, 108, 132,
Berg, Frances Elrene-Eldora, 237
Bergman, Cletus Marlowe-Waverly, 106
Bergum, Shirley Nathlie-Cedar Falls
Bernd, Doris-Manson, 237, 239
Berntsen, William Bernard-Chicago, 111.
Berry, Raymond Lewis-Vinton
Berryman, Marion Combs-Waterloo
Bessman, Ardis Lila-Dow
Betz, Esther M.-Maynard, 103, 224, 225
Betz, Fern Elizabeth-Maynard, 207, 217, 224, 225
Bickenbach, lane-Waterloo, 82, 240
Bidne, lver Leanord, lr.-Northwood, 186, 217, 240
Bidne, 1. Arnold-Northwood, 107
Bieber, Robert Richard-Reinbeck
Biebesheimer, loyce-Grundy Center, 233
Bierdermann, Harold F.-McGregor, 92
Maxine Louise-Callender, 221, 231, 239
Bishop Dorothy Marie-Rowley, 92, 233
Bishop, Evelyn-Braclgate, 192, 206
Bishop Maxson D.-Cedar Falls, 184
Bishop, Wanda Elaine-Mason City
Bjornson, Alice Irene-Goldfield, 92, 232
Black, Evelyn Louise-Algona
Blake, Merton-Volga City, 107, 184
Blakely, Doris lean-Dumont, 107
Blakely, Miriam Cable-Dumont
Blanchard, Dorothy Mildred-Wapello, 107, 176, 177,
Blaufuss, Frieda Marie-Burlington, 79, 107
Bleeker, Agnes W.-Steamboat Rock, 92, 233
Blesie, Dolores Mae-Renwick, 195, 216, 222, 229, 234,
Blewett, Averil Arlene-Goldfield, 228
Blickenderfer, Ruth Caroline--Klemme
Bliesmer, Emery Paul-Alvord, 229, 235
Bliss, Alice Estelle-Central City, 92
Bliss, Florence-Corning, 176, 177, 180, 197
Bliss, Herald-Central City
Block, lane F.-Aplington, 107, 226, 228, 234
Bloeser, lack Norman-Charles City, 183
Blough, Bettie Belle-Waterloo, 187, 227
Blue, Alice-Cedar Falls
Blumgren, losephine Anna-Odebolt, 92, 218, 231
Blunt, Faith Allene-Charles City, 190, 229
Boardman, Ruth Marian-Cedar Falls, 37, 107, 194
Bode, Arnold Ralph-Davenport, 216, 217
Boeckernier, Kathleen Louise-Dumont, 92
Boers, Dora Edna-Milford, 107, 234
Bogh, Gwendolin Mae-Le Mars, 224, 228
Bogott, Donald Dwight-Milledgeville, lll.
Bogott, Margaret Marie-Milledgeville, lll., 207
Bohne, Eleanora Wilhelmina Helen-Newton, 222, 224
Bohstedt, Marian Dorothea-Cedar Falls, 92
Boland, lames Art-Oak Park, Ill., 165, 185, 234
Bolinski, August Henry-Oelwein, 170, 182, 230, 240
Bollhoeier, Norma Adeline-Haverhill, 85, 226
Bolt, William lohn-Traer, 169, 173
Bolton, Rebecca Laurine-Estherville, 92, 232
Boltz, Sylvia Magdalene-Lansing
Boone, L. Llewellyn-Dows, 107
Boose, Arthur 1.-Cedar Falls
Boose, Sylvia Lavonne-Elk Horn
Borchert, Bruce Wayne-Tripoli, 185, 226
Borwick, Arthur-173, 186
Boshart, Gerald D.-Wayland, 83, 107, 216, 217, 218
Bossman, Marvel Mae-Cedar Falls
Bosworth, Harriet Marie-Manly, 216, 217, 227, 228
Bottom, Mary Ellen-Wesley, 194, 243
Bovee, Eugene Cleveland-Sioux City, 35, 38, 75, 79, 82,
87, 107, 132, 138, 182, 206, 230, 240
Bowen, Robert Wayne-Maxwell
Bower, Mildred Mae-Coon Rapids, 229
Bower, Thirzah l..avonnefWaterloo
Bowersox, Wm. Vernon-Waterloo
Bowery, Dorothy E.-Milo
Bowie, Eleanor Cosette-Oskaloosa, 86, 216
Bowman, Melba Kathryn-Victor, 92, 231
Bragg, Robert Thomas-Ruthven, 240, 243
Bragonier, Frances Margot-Cedar Falls
Brainard, Robt. Eugene-Waterloo
Branagan, Frank A.-Manilla, Philippine Islands, 243
Brandrup, Lila-Webster City-92
Brasted, Arvilla Morrison-Grundy Center, 229
Braun, Gladys Marie-Kent, lll., 221, 238
Bray, Ruby Maverine-Marshalltown, 231
Breakenridge, William Warren-Dinsdale
Bredbenner, Novella Dorothy-Klemme, 85, 93, 233, 237
Bredow, Vern Max-Waterloo
Breeden, Miriam Elizabeth-Kellogg, 107, 225
Breitbach, Dean Charles-Masonville, 170, 185
Breitloach, Louis Frank-Masonville, 107, 165, 173, 185
Brewer, Rosemary M.-Tripoli, 107, 233
Brickley, Mary Genevieve-Winthrop, 197, 228
Briggs, Eleanor lune-Sutherland, 93, 107, 195, 229, 231
Briggs, Madeline Elizabeth-Waterloo, 107
Brindley, Mary lane-Cedar Falls, 37, 79, 84, 107, 132,
Brink, Helen B.-West Union, 216, 217, 225
Bristol, Mary Ruth-Des Moines, 234, 236
Britson, Richard Earl-Roland, 182
Bro, Howard Marius-Kimballton, 240
Bro, lngward Christian-Kimballton, 93
Brockman, Virginia Anne-Odebolt, 253
Brockmeyer, Alta Mae--Bennett
Brouillet, Ruth Eleanor-Dubuque, 34, 194, 234
Brower, Everett-Lake View, 74, 108
Brown, Abbie Dora-Spirit Lake
Brown, Catherine Lorraine-Cedar Falls, 229
Brown, Fred George-Cedar Falls
Brown, Iosephine-Grundy Center, 229
Brown, Mabel Louise-Augusta, Ill., 108, 219
Brown, Marion Virginia-Cedar Falls, 108, 190
Cakerice, Gwendolyn Ruth-Eldora, 93, 196, 231
Brown, Robert LowelleCedar Falls, 236, 240
Brown, Virginia Marian-Kirkman
Brundage, Gary Quention-Ft. Dodge, 186
Brundage, Wilma Bernita-Waterloo, 79, 86, 108, 188,
Bruns, Louis E.-George, 83, 217, 222
Buche, lean Ann-Mitchell, S. Dak,, 108
Bucher, Kathleen lo-Plover, 221, 231, 239
Buchwald, William T.-eMarshalltown, 41, 182
Buck, lohanna Margarete-Dysart
Buckwalter, Arlene Grace-Victor
Budlong, Betty-Titonka, 93
Bujer, Barbara lean-Cedar Falls, 195, 221, 228, 229
Bullis, Marvin Raymond-Bouton, 236
Bundy, Eugene Allan-Cedar Falls, 226, 235
Buns, Edythe lrene-Terril
Buntenback, Elaine Martha-Klemmo
Bunting, Margaret Ellen-Lamoni
Burbriclge, Geraldine VernicewCedar Falls
Burch, B. leanette-Madison, Wis.
Burckhard, Wendlen Paul-Grand Forks, N. Dak., 165
Burdick, Richard Lyman-Waterloo
Burdick, Robert T.-Waterloo
Burger, Alice Mary-Cedar Falls, 225
Burger, Helen Louis-Cedar Falls, 88, 108, 241
Burley, Betty Lorain-Tama, 225
Burnett, Eugene Phillip-Lytton
Burow, Burtis Louis-Battle Creek, 83, 216, 217, 218, 238
Burrell, Mrs. H. G.-Cedar Falls
Burt, Mrs. Mina losephine-Clemons, 108, 240
Bush, lack E.-Postville, 83, 217, 242
Bute, Gordon T.-Wahpeton, N. Dak., 108, 185, 230, 243
Butler, Mary Iune-Mechanicsville, 93, 231, 234
Butler, Robert Deo-Buckingham, 83, 218, 220, 236, 238,
Butterfield, Mrs. H. G.-Cedar Falls
Butterfield, Veta-Cedar Falls
Calderwood, Dorothy Nell-Traer
Cale-y, Naomi Lee-Cedar Falls, 242
Calhoun, Lucille Mae-Algona
Cameron, Margy Hazel-Scranton
Campbell, Avonne Laurayne-Cedar Falls
Campbell, Carol Adel-Battle Creek
Campbell, Claude K.-Des Moines, 108
Campbell, Frances Evelyn-Miles City, Mont.
Carbone, Thomas Paul-New York, N. Y.
Cardiff, Winifred Mae-Oakland
Carey, Pat 1.-Baker, Mont.
Carl, lane-Waterloo, 79, 86, 108, 216
Carlson, Martha lane-Mt. Vernon
Carlson, Rachel Elizabeth-Carnanche
Carmichael, Carl Denson-Pueblo, Colo., 222
Carney, Harry 1amesHNew Hampton, 182
Carpenter, La Vern Elmer-Randalia, 108, 182
Carroll, Genevieve Marguerite-Muscatine
Carrothers, lna Arnette-Masonville, 224, 225, 229
Carstensen, Leone Mabel-Merrill, 234
Carter, Marjorie Lee-Elma, 195, 226, 229
Case, Donna lrene-Marshalltown
Caslavka, Gladys Helen-Clutier, 79, 82, 192, 240
Cassaday, Charles Gray-Denison, 83, 218, 238
Cathcart, Robert Durst-Cedar Falls
Cawelti, Ralph Charles-Cedar Falls, 184
Cerny, Rosetta Sylvia-Solon
Chadwick, Leone Faye-Sibley, 93, 233
Challe, Evelyn-lewell, 93, 221, 233, 235
Chambers, Donald EdisonMAnderson
Chapman, Donald Leslie-Fernald, 236
Chapman, Gladys Margaret-Blairsburg, 234
Chapman, Mildred Elizabeth-Blairsburg, 217, 234
Chapman, Richard Lee-Waterloo
Chase, Calvin-Greeley, 34, 75, 108, 132, 182, 206, 2
Chase, Eula Ann-Dunlap
Chase, Gertrude Imogene-Center lunction
Chatfield, Harold C.-Winterset, 108, 240
Chatterton, Fred-Cedar Falls
Cheever, Helen lrene-Waterloo
Chesley, William Kirchhof-Sutherland, 233
Chilcote, Harriett Ann-lowa Falls, 93, 229, 233
Christ, Arlene Ruth-Lake Park, 233
Christ, Muriel lrene-Lake Park, 93, 231, 238
Christensen, Helen Louisa-Gilmore City, 233, 235
Christensen, Lucille Marie-Audubon, 242
Christianson, 'l'ildaeScarville, 108
Christoffers, Esther Wilhelmina-Pocahontas
Church, Helen Louise-Chicago, lll., 242
Clancy, Grace M.-Hardy, 93, 232
Clanton, Helen Ruth-Marathon, 93, 233
Clapsaddle, Lois Corrine-Conrad, 93
Clark, lohn Cole--Waterloo, 175, 186
Clark, Leona Mildred-Alta, 177, 236
Clark, Luvajean-Cedar Falls
Clark, Norman R.-Wayland
Clausen, Anna N.-Dexter, 85, 93, 233
Clausen, Lois Adeline-Holstein, 93, 192
Clausen, Maurine Louise-Holstein. 192
Clausen, Pearl Emma-Ricketts, 93, 233
Clay, Roger-Cedar Falls
Clevenger, Charles Lamont-Keswick
Close, William-Waterloo, 169, 184
Closson, Laura Turner-Waterloo, 108, 221, 234, 239
Closson, Mary Katherine-Waterloo, 108, 221, 237, 240
Coates, Garland Eurnice-Nashua, 222, 225, 238
Coenen, Irene Margaret-Defiance, 234
Coffman, Doris Elizabeth-Richland, 79, 87, 109, 221, 241
Colburn, Mary Elizabeth-Sioux City, 34, 35, 79, 109,
132, 137, 190, 230, 241, 243
Coleman, Goldaperl-Laurens, 231
Collman, Eleanor DarleneeMassena, 126, 196
Colville, lohn Douglas-Cedar Falls, 182, 228, 229
Colvin, Pauline Lucille-Waterloo
Cone, Ned Scott-Waterloo
Connell, Mary Margaret-Cedar Falls, 195, 229
Connett, Horton E.-Mason City
Connolly, Iohn Robert-Cresco, 182, 184
Conry, Loren Bernard-Hudson, 185, 234
Conway, Lewis Warcl-Charles City
Cook, Carroll William-Dexter, 109, 165, 170, 186, 23
Cook, Herman B.-Sioux Falls, S. Dalc.
Coon, George Peyton-Cherokee
, lean E1izabethfCeclar Falls, 85, 236
Mary Frances-La Porte City
Miriam 1ean+Morrison, 233, 237, 241
Vivian-Melbourne, 86, 190, 217, 239
Corderman, Eunice lane-Waterloo, 93, 216
Corton, Richard V. M.-Waterloo, 83, 218, 220
Court, Loren Edward-Cedar Falls
Cowan, Betty Eileen-Waterloo, 34, 94, 197, 206,
Cox, Florence Belle-Dana
Crabill, Frances Darlene-Council Bluffs, 195, 229
Cran, Carol lsobel-Rutland
Crane, Helen Frank-Waterloo, 109, 189
Crane, Mary Elizabethe-Cedar Falls
Cranny, Cyril Patrick-Cedar Falls, 109, 184, 230
Crawford, lames Allen-Cedar Falls
Crawford, Phyllis lune-Sheridan, Wyo.
Creel, Clarence Allen-Cherokee
Crees, Henrietta Kay-Atalissa, 94, 224, 233, 237
Cressey, Helen Brooks-Sioux Falls, S. D., 222, 229, 234,
Crisman, Mary lane-Cedar Falls, 187
Crittenden, Kenneth Walter-Waterloo
Cronan, Geraldine Ruth-Ames
Cronk, lames Nelson-Cedar Falls, 182
Cross, lohn F.-Cedar Falls, 35, 75, 79, 80, 84, 211, 226,
Crouse, Grace Aline-Adel
Crowell, Kenneth-Cedar Falls, 109
Crowell, Mary lean-Mason City, 86, 109
Crozier, Otis A.-Knoxville
Crull, Virginia-Washington, 234
Culbert, Leonard Cunningham-Lime Springs
Culbertson, Cornelia Alice-Waterloo
Culbertson, RutheRoclcford, lll., 109, 133, 136, 195, 208,
Cullison, Robert Morton-Dayton, Ohio, 226
Cummings, Merritt F.-Maynard, 83, 109, 216, 217, 222
Cummins, Arlys lean-Redfield, 193
Cummins, Mary Ellen-Cedar Falls, 195, 229
Cupp, Margaret-Corning, 34, 176, 177, 191, 241
Curtis, losephine Mary-Cherokee, 233
Cutler, Elinor Mae-Nora Springs, 79, 88, 109, 188, 219,
Cutler, Kathleen Ruth-Little Sioux, 231
Dage, leannette Alvina--Vtfaterloo
Daggett, Dorothy Doreen-Sanborn, 94, 233
Dahl, Bernett-Cedar Falls
Dahlgren, Edna Lucille-Cherokee, 221
Dailey, Beth LouiseeCedar Falls, 191
Dake, Marjorie Mae-Edgewater, Colo,, 219
Dalzell, HobertfCedar Falls, 183
Damman, Wanda Nadeanelzlhocles, 229
Danielson, Ruby leanette-Nevada, 235
Daugaard, Phyllis Pauline-Onawa, 94, 231, 235
Davenport, Wayne Edward-Woodburn, 218, 228, 238
Davies, Theresa Minnie-Worthing, S. Dak., 94, 229
Davin, Marjorie loyce-Vinton
Davis, Carole-Waterloo, 229
Davis, Charlotte L.-Mt. Pleasant
Davis, Dwight M.-Lynnville, 80, 236
Davis, Florence Alyce-Tama
Davis, Helen Ruth-Lineville
Davis, Mrs. Lois S.-Victor
Davis, Ruth B.-San Diego, Calif,
Dawson, Melva Eileen-Audubon, 233
Dawson, Miriam Eclith-Hawarden
Dayhoff, Charles S.-Kirkman, 109, 175, 236
Dea, Mary M.-Shelby, 94
Dean, Carrol Charlotte-Waterloo, 89, 109, 193, 225
De Bates, Clifton Lewis-Armstrong, 222
Decker, Grace Irene-McGregor, 85, 94, 192, 232, 241
De Haan, Ruth Genice-Prairie City, 94, 232
De long, Doris Elizabeth-Keokulc, 34, 190
Denker, lean Florence-Lester, 94, 231
Dennis, loe Eugene-Cedar Falls
Dennis, Lawrence Edward-Cedar Falls, 83, 184, 208
Denny, Eva E.-Hedrick, 194, 219, 228
Dentel, Ruth Rebecca-Faulkner, 94, 187, 229, 231
Denzin, Kenneth Fredrick-Rochester
Derscheicl, lean Bernita-Eagle Grove
Dettmer, Mart-lanesville, 182
Devine, Louise Deliafl-Xlgona, 233
Devitt, Genevera Lenore-Worthing, S. Dak., 109, 226,
Dick, Marian Farrand-Spencer, S. Dak., 94, 218, 221,
Diclc, Martha lane-Wyoming, 221, 231
Dickey, Mary Kathryn-Ashton
Diekmann, Wallace Wayne-Waterloo, 224
Diesch, Forrest 1arnes4Ecrrlville
Diestelrneier, George Hurd-Waterloo
Dietz, Neva-Manning, 233
Dilger, Quentin Franklin-Cedar Falls, 222
Dilly, Donald Dale-Aplington
Dinsmore, Dale D.-Hillsboro
Dirks, Muriel Carlynn-Decorah, 176, 177, 180, 191, 229
Dix, Meredith Nicholson-Cedar Falls, 38, 74, 75, 109,
183, 218, 224
Dodd, Helen Ardith-New Hartford, 94, 169, 237
Dodd, Lyle Everett-Conrad, 173, 185, 230
Dodson, Henry lames--Marshalltown, 109, 182
Dolan, Regina Helen-Cedar Falls
Donald, William Michael-Ames
Donaldson, Robert Vern-Hampton, 240
Donovan, Betty L,-Cedar Falls, 188
Dos, Forestine Anna-Waterloo
Dougherty, LeRoy Henry-Davenport, 228
Downing, Roger Lyle-Mason City, 83, 109, 218, 238
Dreyer, Ruth Mary-Fenton
Driscoll, Stanley Gardner-Humboldt
Drown, Grace Marie-Curlew
Drown, lane Lucille-Curlew, 94
Drussell, Ruth Alice-West Bend
Dubbert, Donald Rudolph-Cedar Falls, 80, 81, 83, 139,
Dubbert, Dorothy Helene-Cedar Falls, 233
Duer, Clara Geneva-Ringsted
Duffus, Esther Bernice-Newton, 191
Duftus, Marjorie Elaine-Eldora, 110, 242
Duncan, Betty Margaret-Waterloo, 94, 187
Dunn, Ella Lucile-Eldora
Dunn, Mary Evelyn-Waterloo
Dunsmoor, Douglas DeWitt-Fort Dodge, 110, 185
Dunsmoor, LeVerne F.-Strawberry Point, 110, 184
Dutcher, George Charles-Waterloo, 165
Duty, Ruth Elsie-Lansing
Dycus, Catherine-Hammond, Ind., 190, 216, 221, 242
Dycus, lames Talcott-Hammond, Ind., 35, 75, 83, 110,
133, 175, 184, 217
Dygert, Mary Elaine-Manchester, 207, 229
Dyson, Helen Arlean-Webster
Dyson, Marie Lucille-Webster
Easter, Howard Curtis-Cedar Falls, 83, 88, 110, 241
Eaton, Mary Margaret-Ruthven I
Ebel, August A.-Waterloo
Ebers, Betty Louise-Des Moines, 176, 177, 187, 180, 229
Eckstein, Loraine-Waverly, 216, 217
Edgar, Freda Alice-Massena, 85, 94, 233
, leannette Claudia-Cedar Falls, 225
, Ioyce Laird-Cedar Falls, 94, 187, 219, 232
, Elizabeth Anne-Miami, Mo., 110, 177
Edwards, lane Louise-Cedar Falls, 188, 229
Elliott, lean Elaine-New Hartford, 95
Elliott, Marjorie 1.-Marshalltown, 110, 176, 177, 180
Ellison, Lloyd William-Mt. Vernon, 182, 243
Elridge, Kathryn Mary-Burt, 95, 233
Elwood, Richard V.-Volga, 182
English, Albert Victor-Clarion, 83, 110, 216, 218
Engstler, Betty-Garner, 224, 229
Entz, lulia Elizabeth-Waterloo, 87, 218
Erbes, Donald Eugene-Radcliffe
Erbes, Kendall Howard-Rochester, Minn., 185
Erdman, Bernard William-Wesley, 74, 184, 243
Erickson, Marjorie Breeze-Chevy Chase, Md., 229
Erickson, Viva Iohanna-Traer, 176, 177, 180
Esloeclc, Ramona Luella-Exira
Etzel, Kenneth Erwin-Alburnett, 185, 240
Evans, Alvina Mae-Linn Grove, 95
Evans, Edith Elizabeth-Lime Springs, 221, 225
Evans, Esther Bertha-Lime Springs, 221, 225
Evans, Robert Theodore-lefferson, Okla., 183, 241
Evans, Wilma Clarice-Casey, 95, 233
Evenson, Edward Everette-Klemme
Everett, Frederick-New Sharon, 110, 182, 240
Everhart, lean Cecil-Charles City, 110, 239
Ewing, Betty lean-Waterloo, 230
Fagan, William Brock-Cedar Falls, 226
Fagan, 'William-New York, N, Y.
Fandel, Dorothea Irene-Rodman, 95, 233
Faris, losephine Helen-Cedar Falls, 195
Farran, Mildred Ruth-Cherokee, 79, 110, 234
Feisner, Dorothea Elizabeth-Waterloo, 197, 228
Felton, Hazel Ellen-Neola
Fennema, Helen Gail-Monroe, 110, 177, 237
Fergeman, Dolores Lucile-Waterloo
Ferguson, Max B.-Oskaloosa, 110
Fettes, luanita Suzanne-Sibley, 233
Figi, Ruth Ann-Renwick
Finn, Clair Vincent-Belmond, 234
Fisher, Amasette-Waterloo, 34, 110, 189, 236, 240
Fisher, Mildred Hope-Renwick, 85, 95, 231, 234
Fisher, Thomas Paul-Villisca, 183
Fisk, Denzel Wells-Charles City, 185, 240
Fleming, Rosemary-Cedar Falls
Flemming, Mary Lois-Renwick, 229
Fletcher, Ethel Marian-Dike
Fliger, A1 MelvinfNew Hampton, 182
Falk, Elmer Samuel-Rockwell City, 218, 226, 236, 2
Eells, Don Holland-Cedar Falls, 175, 228, 236
Eqgland, lda Severie-Roland
Eggleston, Carl George-Waterloo
Eikleberry, Velva Mae-Milford, 239
Eissman, Gilbert Paul-Denison
Ellerbrock, Mary E.-Yetter, 95, 191, 229, 231
Ellertson, Leonard Melvin, lr.-Lytton, 183
Fliss, Verlie Belle-lesup
Fockler, lrene Elizabeth-Sioux City, 190
Foiles, Alice LuCille-Raymond, S. Dak., 238
Folkerts, Hattie E.-Bristow, 237
Folkerts, Marjorie Ann-eAllison, 95
Ford, Robert Norman-Center Point, 243
Foreman, Walter Edward-Waterloo
Foss, Gerald-Wilmot, S. Dak.
Foster, Everette Carl-Waterloo, 95
Foster, Maxine-Cedar Falls, 95, 229, 231, 238
Foster, Victor H.-Waterloo, 182
Fox, Mary lane-Livermore
Frankenfield, Marie-Charles City, 110, 228
Franklin, Iohn Ernest-lowa Falls
Frantz, Doris llene-Martelle
Franz, Dorothy Mae-Waterloo
Fraser, Carmilla Mae-Burt
Fredrickson, Lula Mabel-Hubbard
Freeman, Virgil Meyer-Newhall, 83, 182, 216, 220
French, Evangeline-Prairie City, 95
French, Pearl Mary-Coggon
Froning, Veloye Ardell-Chapin
Frost, Avis lean-Atkinson, Nebr., 237
Frost, Mildred-La Porte, 217
Frost, Ruth Eleanor-Fort Dodge, 82, 110, 240
Frudeger, lanet Louise-Burlington, 79, 111, 191, 234
Fry, Leslie 1.-Fairbanlc, 182, 229
Frye, Lorraine Ethel-Randalia
Fuller, Almina Kathleen-Morning Sun, 221, 225
Fullerton, Craig K.-Cedar Falls, 218
Gaden, lack Pershing-Rernseri
Gaede, Erwin-Tripoli, 111, 243
Gaffey, Arthur Francis-Riceville, 111, 186
Gallagher, Madelyn Mae-Vail
Gallup, Helen Eileen-Waterloo
Garmire, Sadyrnarie-Gray, 188, 219
Garner, Edna Pearl-Laurens
Garrett, E. O.-Cedar Falls, 38, 183
Gaskell, Helene-Belle Plaine, 95, 231
Gates, 'Nallace RayburnfWaterloo
Gebert, lean Frances-Boone
Gentner, Rogena-Greenville, Ohio, 139, 189
George, Doris luliaiSpringville, 95, 194
Gersema, Merlyn Clarence-New Hartford, 169
Gerstandt, Elsie M.-Paullina
Gibson, Richard Allison-Sioux Rapids, lll, 184, 240,
Gidel, Maxine LaVonne-Rockwell City, 233
Gidley, Dale-Newton, 183
Gifford, Wayne Emerson-Waterloo
Gilbert, Catherine Mary-Waterloo, 34, 188, 224
Gilbert, Charlene Olive-Waterloo, 188, 224
Gilbertson, Kenneth Gordon-Bladensburg, Md., 111,
Gildemeister, Elaine W.-Hubbard
Gilkerson, Mary lean-Magnolia, 233
Gillespie, Z. Frances-La Porte City, 225
Gillham, Viola Almira-Cedar Rapids, 234
Glade, Geraldine Lydia-Arthur
Glade, Lois-Hartley, 34, 79, 86, 111, 195, 219, 220
Glaza, Louis Elmer-Cedar Falls
Glenafa, Sellon Rose-Nora Springs
Gmelin, Helen Louise-Elkader, 111, 177
Goldschlag, Harry-New York, N. Y.
Goldsmith, Delores Monica-Earlville
Goldsmith, Harlan H.-Clarence, 111, 226, 238
Good, Bessie Evelyn-Lehigh
Goodenow, Marian E.-Battle Creek, 95, 217
Goodman, lames William-Strawberry Point, 95, 173,
Goodrich, Florence Mariann-Council Bluffs, 95, 192,
Gordon, lames Leonard-Waterloo, 216
Gore, Virginia Marie-lefferson, 196, 228
Gorman, Ruth Elizabeth-Auburn
Goslin, Don G.-Clarion, 182, 209, 230
Gosline, Carl Anthony-Waterloo, 183
Gouge, Harriet Margaret-Corwith, 95
Graber, Irene Marie-Nashua, 85, 222, 238
Grady, Wayne Herbert-Waterloo, 185
Gran, lnga Gunhild-Spring Grove, Minn.
Grange, Shirley Mae-Spencer, 224
Gray, Robert Clinton-Mt. Pleasant, 240
Green, Don-Rolfe, 111, 175, 184, 230
Green, lohn Byron-Waterloo
Green, Lois Ellen-Hampton, 229, 231
Gregg, Maxine Manerva-Oakland, 96
Gregory, Virginia Ellora-Knoxille, 192, 234
Grell, Viola M.-Ventura, 95, 232, 237
Griffin, Mary losephine-Douds
Griffin, Mildred Marie-Waterloo, 190
Grifhorst, Norman lunior-Kanawha
Griggs, Wendell Walsh-Cedar Falls, 111, 182, 236
Grinnell, Darrell Dean-Dunkerton
Grinstead, Arlyn George-Ames
Gronberg, Elsie M.-Waterloo, 177, 190, 225, 239
Gronstal, Wilhelmine M.-Estherville, 78, 111
Grosvenor, William Dean-Colfax
Grow, Caroline-Rippey, 177
Growney, Louis Philip-Marshalltown, 184
Grum, Myrtle Marguerite-Sigourney, 96, 231, 242
Gruver, Annabelle-Paullina, 229, 233
Guckert, Margaret Anne-Rhodes
Guenther, lacala Nadee-Waterloo, 190, 221
Guetschow, Hazel R.-Paullina, 80, 111, 176, 177, 180,
Guetschow, H. Lavonne-Paullina, 226
Gulbranson, Dorothy Millicent-Laurens, 233
Gump, Vona Mae-Cedar Falls, 191, 227, 229
Gunnison, Charles-Mason City
Guster, Russell Charles-Denison, 83, 111, 184, 216, 217
Gute, Warren Hebbel-Glidden
Haahr, Kenneth Du Wayne-Cedar Falls, 183, 229
Haars, Roberta Louise-Center Point
Hach, Merril Herbert-Cedar Falls
Hackbarth, Faith Alvera-Dows
Hackett, Dorothy Mae-Waterloo, 187, 229
Hadley, Robert Wilson-New Providence, 228
Hagen, Bernice Arline-Van Horne, 96, 232
Hagen, Vivian lessie-Latimer, 231
Hager, Orville Fredrick-Ft. Dodge
Virginia Rosalind-Unionville, Mo., 237
Hain, Paul Francis-Moscow
Hainline, Wallace-Cedar Falls
Hall, Bernice Edna-Whiting, 231
Hall, Betty Ann-Mt. Pleasant, 229, 231
Hall, Elna Marie-Beaman
Hall, Opal Clarissa-Creston, 111, 222, 238
Halverson, leannette Dorothy-Osage
Halvorson, Alvira-Ledyard, 193, 222, 225
Ham, Elva Fae-Rolfe, 224
Hamaker, Clarence Warland-Spencer, S. Dak., 218, 238
Hamer, Mary Eliza-Waterloo, 111, 221, 239
Hamilton, Betty Maxine-Baxter, 96, 231
Hamilton, Richard Herbert-Greene, 84, 182
Hamilton, Robert-Greene, 185
Hand, Gayland Marshall-Waterloo
Handbury, Vera Clare-Neola, 233
Hanifan, Forrest-Swea City, 184
Hanisch, Evelyn Martha-Grundy Center, 85, 96, 219
Hankner, Dorothy May-Tripoli
Eleanor Margaretitanwood, 96
Dale Emery--Armstrong, 21
Hansen, Florence Marcella--Fteinbeck, 79, 87, 219
Geneva Lucille-Palmer, 111, 219, 220
Mary Noersgaard-Cedar Falls, 86, 112, 190,
Maynard W.-Central City, 112, 182, 217
Dorothy leanne-Waterloo, 177, 229
Ellsworth-Ruthven, 229, 238
Millard Arthur-Denver, Colo.
Norman G.-Cedar Falls, 216
Selma Martha-Lennox, S. Dak., 96, 235
Hantelmann, Salina-Fenton, 112, 221, 235, 238
Harbaugh, Lola Mae-Waterloo, 96, 233
Hardin, Robert-Waterloo, 209
Harding, Ruth Ellen-Rockwell City, 78, 84, 112
Hardy, Warren Dale-Greene
, Metta lrene-Sac City, 37, 112, 192
, Velma Mae-Sac City, 112
Harms, Mattie-Allison, 112
Harms, Paul Clarence-Allison, 112
Harned, Lynn Bernard-Cedar Falls
Howard Deverre-West Grove, 184, 229
Harries, Kathryn Ann-Paullina, 228
Harris, Cecil C.-Latimer
Harris, Doris Maye-Reinbeck, 81, 89, 177, 193, 224, 225
Harris, Helen Evelyn-Akron
Harryman, Marjorie Frances-Douds
Harshbarger, Laurence Harry-Glidden, 242
Hartman, Madeline V.-Milton
Hartman, William Earl-Austin, Minn., 185
Hartnell, Mary Irene-Stacyville, 96
Hartz, Eleanor Bernice-Marengo, 96, 195, 229, 233
Harward, Helen Evelyn-Floris
Hasbrouck, Cecil Francis-Waterloo, 224
Hash, Florence Lucile-Corwith
Hash, Thelma May-Corwith
Hass, Pearl Elaine-Walnut, 194, 224, 231
Hassman, Vernon-Cedar Falls, 170
Hasty, Erma Margaret-Callender, 95, 234
Hatch, Bennard Curtis-Waterloo
Haupt, Henry McCaleb-Reinbeck
Haupt, Robert Elliot-Reinbeck
Hauser, Lola Mae-Van Horne, 96, 233
Hawkins, Mary Louise-Marshalltown
Hayden, Marjorie Elaine-Cedar Falls
Hayes, Avis Lucille-Hazleton, 96, 232
Hays, Ruth Harriett-Dysart
Healy, Iohn Albert-Mt. Auburn, 77, 112, 222, 240
Heide, Helen lo-Pomeroy, 219, 220, 239
Heilrnan, Doris Arlene-Richland, 233, 237
Heinmiller, Dermond Rawlins-lonia
Hellestad, Vernice E.-Unity, Wis., 112, 194, 234, 235
Hellie, Theodore Quentin-Goodridge, Minn.
Hellwig, Roland Arthur-Keystone, 112, 240
Helm, Sophus-Ventura, 112, 138, 228
Helmke, LaVonne Dorothy-Renwick, 229, 233
Hemer, Virginia Louise-Arthur, 96, 221, 232
Henderson, Artis Margaret-Mallard
Hendrickson, Ianet Winnifred-Richland
Henke, A. Gale-Cedar Rapids
Henkle, Eleanor Lorraine-Montezuma
Henney, George Edward-Denison, 112
Henrickson, Marjorie Katinka-Forest City
Henrikson, Burnice Thelma-Larchwood
Herdman, Robert lames-Riceville
Hermann, George William-Waterloo
Hermansen, Elsie May-Cedar Falls
Hermanson, Irene Mary-Waterville
Heron, B'Ann-Galena, Ill., 79, 112, 187, 229, 234
Hersch, Russell LeRoy-Big Lake, Minn., 112, 226, 240
Hershire, Kent-Clinton, 240
Herwig, Roger Wendell-Council Bluffs, 77, 112, 217,
Herwig, Vivian Marie-Council Bluffs, 192, 217
Herzloerg, Ruth Louise-Waterloo
Hess, Pauline Amy-Charles City, 194
Hiatt, Betty lane-Clarion
Hiddleson, Verda Veone-Rippey, 96, 232
Hiersche, Ieanette Mourene-Early, 96, 233
Higgins, Harlan Arthur-Garrison, 237
Hilborn, Harley Lorum-Rodman
Hildebrand, Clarence Frederic-Waterloo
Hill, Eleanor Irene-Maquoketa, 97, 224
Hill, lanet Mary-Cherokee, 177
Hiller, Kathryn Verna-Letts, 78, 113, 226
Hilton, Lewis Bouth-Cedar Falls, 216, 242, 243
Hitch, William Benjamin-Elgin, 83, 216, 222
Hobbs, Euna Marie-Atalissa
Hobson, S. Gilbert-Logan, 83, 218, 226, 238, 239
Hoch, Herbert Arthur-Newell, 222
Hockert, Betty Lou-Sutherland, 177
Hoeftler, Dorothy Phoebe-Sioux City, 113, 177, 216, 217
Hoffman, Twylah lean-Cedar Falls
Hofler, Elizabeth lane-Nora Springs, 113
Hogshead, Stanley Max-Hudson, 182
Holden, Helen Katharine-Scranton
Holland, Madonna-Decorah, 97, 231
Holm, Agnes Dorothy HeleneHarper, Texas
Holmes, Katherine Elizabeth-Ames, 194, 219, 220, 226,
Holroyd, Margaret Ann4Albion, 221, 242
Holst, Miriam Evelyn--Keystone, 79, 80, 113, 226
Honsbruch, Merlyn Henry-Aurelia, 186
Hoover, Horace Schofield-West Union, 217, 241
Hora, Lois Fern-Clutier
Hora, Luella Marie-Clutier
Horgan, lean Barbara-Postville, 37, 87, 113, 133, 195
Horgen, Bernard-Cedar Falls
Horns, Doris Claire-Bemidji, Minn., 239
Hosier, Marie lessie-Rolfe, 224, 233, 242
Houck, Ann Louise-Plover, 177
Howe, Virginia N.-Cedar Falls, 177
Hoxie, Ralph Gordon-Waterloo, 79, 82, 182, 216, 226,
Hoyman, Roberta Fenimore-Ft. Dodge
Hubbard. Mary Katharine-Sioux City, 97, 221, 229
Hubbard, Ruth lane-Cedar Rapids, 190
Huber, Anita LaVonne-Blakesburg
Hudson, Bernice Cecile-Dougherty, 78, 113, 242
Hudson, W. Cecil-Pleasantville, 182, 230
Huebner, Shirley Mae-Postville, 194
Huehn, Arlene Bette-Eldora, 221
Hughes, Donna Mae-Malcom
Hughes, Mary Charallote-Mt. Vernon
Hughes, Robert Bernard-Lime Spring, 113, 182
Hull, Ruby May-Dunlop, 226, 228
Hurnes, Hazel Ernstine-Independence, 97
Hummel, Walt Charles-Sterling, lll., 185
Humphrey, Mary Margaret-North English, 97, 232, 237
Hunelmiller, Don Paul-Cedar Falls
Hunt, Hemingway-Cedar Falls
Hunt, Robert Price-Rapid City, S. D., 34, 169, 185
Huser, Louise Buhr-Schulenburg, Texas, 113, 225
Hushaw, Ioyce Eleanor-Clear Lake
Huston, Viola Eileen-Wyoming
Hutchens, Warren Henry-New Providence, 228
Hutchinson, Richard Howard-Waterloo
Hutchison, George, 75, 113, 184
Huus, Helen--Northwood, 79, 196, 234, 235
Hyke, Eleanor lean-Waterloo, 197, 221
lndvik, Robert Lewis-Forest City, 40, 185
Irwin, David D.-Des Moines, 182, 209
Irwin, Lois lane-Early, 231
Irwin, Quentin Iames-Cedar Falls, 34, 40, 183
Isaacson, Roger Green-Ft. Dodge, 170, 186
Iserninger, Alice Pauline-Hudson, 113, 228
Isley, Wilma Arline-Cedar Falls, 78, 87, 113, 236
lversen, Guy Wittrup-Cedar Falls
Iverson, Inez V.-Iewell, 97, 235
Iverson, Merle Clarice-LeGrand
Iverson, Signe Anita-lewell, 221, 231, 235
Ives, Mary Von-Rolfe, 221, 231
lackson, Robert Charles-Cedar Falls
Iacobs, Frances Letta-Des Moines, 224, 239, 242
lacobsen, Adeline Cora-Meriden
Loraine Marie-Cedar Falls
Iacobson, Margaret Elaine-Cedar Falls, 191
laspers, Lillian Marie-Wellsburg
Ienkins, William Downs, Ir.-Bound Brook, N. I., 175,
Iennings, Mary Louise-Marshalltown, 97, 232, 234
Iensen, Delbert-Waterloo, 170, 184
Iensen, Florence Elise-Cedar Falls, 221
lensen, LeRoy N.-Massena, 113, 170, 226
lensen, Milo Nelson-Waterloo, 184
lensen, Ruth-Eldora, 85, 97, 194
Iensen, Ulla Karen-Sutherland, 177, 216, 229
lerde, Donald lulius-Clarion
lespersen, Glenn Edward-Cedar Falls, 184
lochurnsen, William Thomas-Cedar Falls, 83, 216, 217
lochumsen, Wilma Mae-Cedar Falls, 216, 226, 232
Iohansen, Arlene lola-Geneva, 191
lohnsen, Elva-Winfield, 221, 225
Iohnson, Arlene Lulu-Cresco, 97, 229, 231
lohnson, Doran Bruce-Estherville
Iohnson, Dorothy Berniel-Marathon, 238, 242
Iohnson, Eleanor Mae-Hampton, 35, 85, 193
lohnson, Ethel Velma-Lisbon, 97, 232, 237, 239
lohnson, Evelyn Oma-Royal, 221
lohrison, Floyd Edwin-Kiron, 82, 113, 216, 217
Iohnson, Leevern Robert-Earlharn, 79, 84, 113, 228
lohnson, Loy Crummer-Pocahontas
lohnson, Marie Genevieve-Mt. Pleasant, 97
lohnson, Marjorie lane-Fenton
lohnson, Melvin Charles-New Sharon
lohnson, Quentin Lee-Hillsboro, 185, 240
lohnson, Ruth Adele-Avoca
lohnson, Ruth Charlotte-eHavelock, 97, 235
lohnson, Shirley V.-Missouri Valley, 113
lohnson, Verle E.-lolley, 228
lohnston, Mary Beulah-Birmingham, 97, 231
Iohnston, Nellie Elizabeth-Zearing, 233
lohnston, Rosemary--Waterloo, 79, 113, 133, 188, 209
Iohnston, Stanley Farrell-Ruthven, 240
Iolly, William Bernard-Waterloo
Iones, E. Beatrice-Williamsburg, 97, 233
lones, Elizabeth Gary-Champaign, lll., 97
lones Marvin L.-Waterloo, 184
lanes Robert Leroy-Clinton, 182
lones Ruby--Grand River
lanes Thelma Bessie-Milford
longewaard, Beth Marna-Sioux Center, 97, 221, 232
lordan, lames Richard-Waterloo, 34, 75, 113, 133, 137,
lorgensen, Roy H.-Eagle Grove, 79, 80, 82, 114, 226
lulius, Lyle Lillian-Moorland-216, 219, 238
lulius, Mildred Mary-Moorland, 238
Iunkermeier, Neoma F.-Ledyard, 98, 236
lunlcin, lanice Etta-Earlham, 98, 192, 229, 231
lurgemeyer, Donald William-Waverly, 183, 239
lustus, Marian Alberta-Brookings, S. Dak., 196, 231,
Kagan, Leo-Ozone Park, N. Y., 165, 230
Kail, Margaret Alice-Spencer, 98, 231
Kaiser, Viola Ruth-Aurora, 98
Kallem, Marjorie Louise-Ellsworth, 235
Kamm, Robert Balz-West Union, 79, 80, 88, 241
Kammeier, Iames R.-Waterloo
Kamprnann, Caroline Berdena-Meservey, 219
Kane, Allen Earl-Farmersburq, 41, 114, 165, 230, 240
Kaplan, Esther Toby-Waterloo
Keller, Louis-Brooklyn, N. Y.
Kelly, Eleanor Ioan-Waterloo, 86, 114, 187
Kelly, Marguerite Ann-Waterloo, 189
Kelsen, Genevieve Rosella-Dike, 221, 225, 239
Kenderdine, Helen lane-Dickens, 34, 35, 114, 133, 193
Kendle, Ray Melvin-Sioux Falls, S. Dak., 35, 40, 182,
207, 229, 230
Kenneally, Anita-Elkader, 79, 114, 226
Kennedy, Helen Carol--Rolfe, 85, 222, 236, 239
Kennedy, Marian Caroline-Manchester, 98, 221, 233
Kennedy, Mary Louise-Newton, 234
Kenyon, Eileen Mary-Mallard, 234
Kenyon, Wilma Grace-Garner
Kepler, Edwin C.-Waverly, 183, 209, 242
Kepler, Merle Francis-Waverly
Kerbey, Bill-Cedar Falls
Kerr, Alice Harriet-Hudson, 241, 242
Kerr, Marian Luella-Hudson
Kerr, Marjorie Louise-Hudson, 227, 228
Kerr, Virginia Mae-Hudson, 242
Kester, Betty Louise-Greene
Kettering, Lois lrene-Lake View
Keune, Mae LaVon--Cresco
Keyes, Robert-Oak Park, lll., 185
Kienzle, William Kenneth-Gladbrook, 182, 240
Killam, Norma Iessie-Otho, 114, 177, 219, 228
Killeen, Helen Warren-Mondamin, 234
Kimm, Raymond William-Iesup
King, Dorothy Elisabeth-Waterloo, 114, 224, 225, 234,
Kingman, Arthur Seward-Cedar Falls, 183
Kirgis, Doris Iean-Bouton, 76, 79, 80, 114, 134, 193, 214
Kirgis, Wilma Alene-Rippey
Kirkpatrick, Lois Pauline-Keota, 98
Kirstein, William Fredrick-Clarion
Kitchen, Dorothea Maxine-Cedar Falls
Kjarsguard, Hazel Mae-Newell
Klein, Clara Helen--Ackley
Klein, lean-Sigourney, 74
Klein, Kathryn Marie-Sumner, 197
Klenslce, Lee Francis-New Hampton
Kline, Margaret lane-Montezuma, 98, 228, 231
Klink, Ferne Katherine-Dysart
Klinzman, Bill R.-Bagley, 183
Klipping, Virgil Lewis-Grunclv Center, 82, 183, 224
Kluckhohn, Carmen LaVonne-Klemme, 229
Kluver, Viola Louise-George
Knapp, Retta May-Marion
Knapp, Walter William-Waterloo, 114, 240
Knief, Lotus Mae-Waterloo
Knoche, Helen Margaret-Clarksville, 35, 114, 196, 222,
Knock, Edna V.-Holland, 98, 233
Knock, Leona Matilda-Holland-98, 233
Knoer, Leona Gladys-Monmouth, 221, 237
Knoll, Reah Gene-Kanawha
Knostman, Virginia Ann-Davenport, 34, 80, 82, 188,
Knowles, Iune Adele-Waterloo, 114, 177, 188
Knudsen, Lillian Ida-lflfaterloo, 216, 239
Knuclsen, Lois Marie-Waterloo, 86, 189, 216
Knutson, Beverly lane-Des Moines, 98, 232
Knutson, Wanda-Bode, 195
Kolind, Helen Pauline-Cresco, 233, 239
Kono, Bob Alva-Cedar Falls
Koos, Catharine S.-Larnotte, 78, 114, 234, 237, 239
Korth, Evelyn lsabelle-Warren, lll., 231
Koser, Ruth Arlene-Belle Plaine
Krafft, Leon Willard-Cedar Falls, 38, 83, 114, 183, 216,
Kragness, Mabel Sylvia-Houston, Minn., 231, 235
Kramer, Marjorie Ieanette-Keswick, 231, 236
Kress, Pauline Alice-Quasqueton
Kreussel, Eleanor Rae-Lamount, 34, 79, 87, 114, 189,
Kroeger, Helen 1.-Preston, 80, 114, 192, 219, 220, 229,
Kronenberg, Martha M.-Walcott, 225
Krulish, R. C.-Cedar Falls, 139, 182, 230
Kruse, Mabel Evangeline-Holland, 86, 114, 219, 220
Kruse, Vernon Harold-Holland, 77, 115, 183, 240
Kruse, Vernon W.-Chapin, 228
Kufner, Helen-Elliott, 177, 225
Kuhl, Genevieve-lda Grove, 115, 225
Kunlcle, lames Philip-Ann Arbor, Mich., 186
Kurtz, Glenn Robert-Eldora, 183, 229
Kurtz, lrma Salome-Dows, 221, 233
Kutish, Karl L-New Hampton
Kvidera, Pauline FranciseDysart, 222, 234, 239
Kwolek, Steve Stanley-Hammond, lnd.
Lack, Harold DeaneOrchard
Laipple, Aron-Hampton, 226
Laipple, Helen Sophie-Cedar Falls, 177, 221, 239
Laipple, Zelma May-Hampton, 98, 231
Laird, Dugan-Rockwell City, 183, 241
Lakin, lohn WilliseCedar Falls, R. 3
Lambertson, Ruth Elizabeth-Cedar Falls, 35, 195
Lambirth, Rolland Davis-Barnes City, 78
Lamar, lune A.-Whitten, 221
Lampe, Dorothy Monica-Pocahontas, 233
Lampman, Duncan Logan-Charles City, 77, 79, 80, 217,
Lanahan, Laura Luella-Clarion
Landgraf, Mary lean-Waterloo, 41, 87, 115, 190, 230
Landsiedel, Edna M.-Wellsburg, 226, 242
Lane, Nadine Ruth-Madrid, 233
Larsen, Pauline H.-Cedar Falls, 98, 233, 242
Larson, Birdella Hester-Nevada, 221
Larson Elizabeth lane-Cedar Falls
Helen Marie-Des Moines
Marion Carol-Sioux City, 222, 235
Lenz, Cleo Marie-Dubuque, 194, 227, 228, 230
Lenz, William-Dubuque, 115, 216
Leo, leanne Deardorii-Dysart, 127, 221, 229, 231
Lesch, Marvel Alice-Osage, 115, 177, 235
Letsch, William Raymond-Waterloo
LeVan, Robert Harold-Waterloo
Levsen, Helen Louise-Wyoming, 190
Lewellyn, Marvin-Des Moines, 185
Lewis, Katharine Margaret-Wellman, 221, 231
Lewis, Leo Edward-Waterloo
Lewis, Virginia Rose-Eldora, 217, 219
Lewis, Vivian lola-Center Point
Leymaster, Doris Marie-Charles City
Lichty, Dorothy Anne-Waterloo, 216
Lieberman, Lionel lrving-Brooklyn, N. Y., 186
Liffring, Fred Charles-Waterloo, 87, 115
Liffring, lohn TateFWater1oo
Lihn, Miles lsrael-Atlantic City, N, 1.
Lillie, Florabelle-Guthrie Center, 195, 219, 229, 238
Lindaman, Clara losephine-Ackley, 99, 221, 224, 233,
Linde, Helen Charlotte-Waterloo
Lindeman, Marion Adelia-Waterloo, 194
Lindeman, Pauline Kathryn AnneeDysart
Lindsey, Arlene Martin-Mt. Vernon, 217, 231
Linn, Leonard L.-Parkersburg, 185
Little, William Cushman-Cedar Falls
Littlefield, lessie Ruth-Clarion, 195, 221
Llewelyn, Rosemary Edith-Bloomfield, 34, 99, 192, 222
Loban, lane E.-Waterloo
Loeiiler, Robert George-Waterloo
Loean, Virginia Glenn-Maynard
Loiguist, Fred-Biwabik, Minn., 169, 228
Lohrniller, Mary lean-Sioux Falls, S. Dak., 195, 207,
Laughlin, Mabel Evelyn-Selma
Laursen, Gladys Marie-Turin
Law, Marian-VVater1oo, 187, 229
Leacox, William Brarnrner-Cedar Falls
Leak, Rose Margaret-Williamsport, lnd., 86, 115, 193
Learner, Mildred Niola-Hull, 221, 229
Leask, Grace leanette-Waterloo
Leasure, Eleanor Lea-Council Bluffs, 231
Lee, Edna Mae-Morning Sun, 98, 233
Lee, lames Edward-Adel, 183
Lee, lohn, 230
Leemon, Margaret Loretta-Vinton, 189, 217
Leemon, Virginia Mae-Vinton, 189
Legler, Earl Robert-Corwith, 38, 74, 182
Leichtman, Iosephine-New Hampton, 115, 225, 234
Leinbaugh, Edythe Mae-Clarence, 98, 231
Leinbaugh, Ruth lone-Clarence-98, 231, 239
Lernler, lewell Lois-Manly, 98, 232, 235
Lenth, Donald Arthur-Battle Creek, 186, 236
Loken, Grace Constance-Cedar Falls, 221, 231, 234
Lomen, Allan Edward-Rolfe, 217, 222, 228
Long, Coda Aldeene-Whitten, 216, 221
Long, Edyth Elizabeth-Boone
Long lack Thompson-Le Grand
Long, Llewelyn Lloyd-Waterloo, 81, 224
Looft, Beulah Marie-Lakota, 193, 231
Loonan, Daniel Vaughn-Hudson, 240
Loucks, George Osbourne-Aurelia
Lounsberry, Clara Louise-Marshalltown, 87, 115, 230
Lounsberry, lohnny H.-Colo, 79
Loy, Virginia Claire-Dunlop, 99, 188, 229
Ludke, Robert Edward-Waterloo
Lukehart, lnez Elizabeth-Laurel, 224
Lund, Anton Monroe-Vancouver, Wash., 83, 216, 217,
Lund, Dagmar-Hampton, 99, 192, 229, 233
Lund, Homer Leslie-Leland, 170, 184, 228, 230
Lund, Margaret Sue-Rockford, Ill., 37, 78, 79, 82, 115,
134, 191, 240
Lund, Marian Marvis-Laurens, 233
Lund, Mildred Marie-Waterloo, 82, 207, 240, 241
Lundquist, Roy William-Denison, 34, 115, 184, 230,
Lundvall, Rachael Esther-Boxholm, 221
Lundy, Arleyne Marie-Zearing, 85, 228, 240
Lunoe, Marjorie Winifred-Chicago, Ill.
Lynch, Agnes LaVonne-Cedar Falls, 189
Lynch, jeanne Elizabeth-Waucoma, 226, 234
Lynch, Marjorie Mae-Cedar Falls, 115, 189, 229
Lyness, Mariam Madonna-Ryan
Lyon, Robert Dale-Mt. Pleasant, 185, 240
Lyons, Edward F.-Rochester, Minn., 165
Lytle, Claude Thomas-Waterloo, 224
MacDonald, Gladys Margaret-Scranton
MacDonald, Ieanne Marie-Marshalltown
Mack, Florence B.-Storm Lake, 216, 231
Macy, Aletha Wilkey-Lynnville-99, 232, 239, 242
Maddock, Margery Corey-Waterloo, 234, 239, 242
Madsen, Victoria Bogh-Cedar Falls
Magovich, lohn-Buhl, Minn., 115, 185
Mahaffey, Curtis Wesley-Storm Lake, 83, 216, 218, 220
Mahler, Anna Mae-Bagley
Malle, Eleanor Irene-Cooper
Malrnin, Marian Arlene-McCallsburg
Marnmen, john Henry-Palmer, 115, 226, 235, 240
Mamrnoser, Doris Mae-Winslow, lll.
Mangold, Fern lda-Coggon, 99
Mann, Maxine Cavanaugh-Whitten
Manning, Genevieve-Sac City
Manning, Mary Virginia-Ames
Manz, Mary Evelyn-Sloan, 221, 224
Marinan, Dorothy jane-Waterloo, 115, 189
Mark, Lila Gay Evelyn-Casey, 99
Marks, Carole Kathryn-Eldora, 237
Marold, Fred William-Dyersville
Marquardt, Howard Theodore-Strawberry Point
Marqueson, Edmund Donovan-Cedar Falls, 182, 224
Marquis, Richard Burling-Waterloo
Marquis, Robert William-Waterloo
Marsden, Clement Henry-Red Oak
Marsh, Dale Eugene-Greene
Marsh, Harriet Ellen-Greene, 99, 219, 232
Marshall, Leora Bernita-Cedar Rapids, 99, 216, 229,
Marshall, Marian Rose-Waterloo
Marten, Betty Ann-Reinbeck, 85, 177, 229
Martin, Archie Wayne-Cherokee
Martin, Ieanne Claire-Cedar Falls, 187
Martin, lustin Earl-Bloomfield
Martin, Ruth Naomi-Carlisle
Martin, Vesta Velma-OttaWa,,1l1., 240
Marion-Spencer, 183, 224
Mast, Paul 1-larry-Cedar Falls, 35, 41, 230, 236
Matheny, Margaret Louise-Newton
Mather, Marjorie Laurene-Laurens, 99, 196, 231
Mathers, Carol Kenneth-Cedar Falls, 78, 115
Mathers, Mildred Elvera-Parkersburg
Mathews, Mildred-99, 232, 234
Matthias, Gertrude C.-Anamosa, 79, 85, 116, 221, 234,
s, Helene Barbetta-Anamosa, 221, 233, 235
Mattison, Ella Mitchell-'Waterloo
Vlarlys Manleen-Reinbeck, 221, 229
lvan Wilbur-Renwick, 38, 183, 218, 224
Marna lean-Keswick, 231
Mauser, Wilma Merle-Waterloo, 188, 238
Maxson, Beth Lila-Greene
lack 1.--Hawarden, 175
Mayo, Leo Spencer-Cedar Falls
Me-gson, john Douglas-Duluth, Minn,, 185
Menzel, Lucile Flora-Nevada, 221, 235
Mercer, Marjorie Vennon-Cedar Falls, 216, 219, 220,
Mershon, Richard Lee-Cedar Falls
Messersmith, William George-Waterloo
ertrude Elizabeth-Marshalltown, 216, 226
Meyer, Cyril joseph-Elkport, 116
Doris Darlyne-Lake Park, 229
Meyer, Gladys Eileen-Wellsburg, 233
Meyer, Ruth Charlotte-Eldridge, 99
Meylink, M. Bernice-1-lull, 99, 187, 229, 231, 238
Michaelson, lerry-Roland, 182, 209
Mickelson, Marjorie Mae--Humboldt
Mickey, Martha lane-Clinton, 100, 233
Mihalovich, Teresa Kathryn-Rathbun
Miller, Adeline L.-Manning, 85, 100, 193, 217, 231
Miller, Alice Dove-Grundy Center, 100, 224, 237
Miller, Carl T.-Cedar Falls
Miller, Doris Lee-Cedar Falls, 86, 216, 222, 237
Miller, Dorothy Elizabeth-West Bend, 116
Miller, Evelyn Caroline-Shell Rock
Miller, F. Earl-McGregor, 80, 81, 116, 135, 224
Miller, Galer lacob--Hampton, 77, 240
Miller, Hazel Ellen-Primghar, 233
Miller, lrene Margaret-Hampton, 224
Miller, lean Carolyn-Cedar Falls, 86, 216, 222
Miller, Lois Adra-Grand Mound
Miller, Marilyn Claire-Plover, 221, 233
Miller, Milan Cleveland-Fayette, 183
Miller, N. leanne-Conway, 221, 231
Miller, Olavia Dorothy-Ayrshire
Miller, Pauline Virginia-Estherville
Miller, Roger Earl-mAlta
Miller, Vernelle C.-Cedar Falls, 83, 216, 217, 222
Miller, Virginia May-Waterloo
Millman, Anna Belle-Fipestone, Minn.
Milloy, Louise Evelyn-Rockford
Mineclc, Robert Charles-Cedar Rapids
Miner, Margaret Frances-Waterloo, 221, 234
Missildine, Hubert L,-Dumont, 116, 173, 182, 230
Missman, Virginia lrene-Britt, 100, 231
Mitchell, Hazel Lucile-Eldora, 100, 232
Mitchell, Margaret Mae-St. Lucas, 234
Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth-Gooding, Idaho, 116, 196, 234
Mitchell, Warren CharlieHButfalo Center
Mitze, Clark-Cedar Falls, 83, 116, 216, 217, 241
Moar, Glenn-Lime Spring, 182
Moeller, Elmer H.--Waterloo
Moeller, Ronald-Cedar Falls, 218, 220
Moen, A. Shirley-George, 219, 220, 228
Moen, D. Maxine-George, 219, 220, 228
Moen, Marian lsabel-George, 86, 116, 219, 220
Moessner, Lois Helen-Waterloo, 87, 216, 221, 242
Moklebust, Constance Lucille-Thor, 222, 238
Molle, Eleanor-Cooper, 239
Molumby, N. I. loseph-West Union, 217, 224, 226
Monaghan, Rita Eileen-Cedar Falls
Monroe, Robert Gates-Charles City, 183, 229
Montgomery, Margaret Ricorn-Dysart
Moor, Marilyn lane-Laurens, 193, 216, 225
Moorcrott, Gwendolyn Ventura-Toledo
Moore, Amelia Faye--Wadena, 100
Moore, Doris Louise-Kent
Moore, lvan--Cedar Falls, 81
Moore, Marlin A.-Missouri Valley, 183
Moorhead, David Lincoln-New Hampton
Moothart, Merle Robert-Waterloo
Morgan, Donna Ludlow-Waterloo
Morphew, Clement-Waterloo, 183, 214
Morris, Harriet Elisabeth--Sioux City, 116, 242
Morrison, Berneice Rita-Sac City, 231
Morse, Gayle Roberta-Hardy, 100
Mortvedt, Doris lune-Story City, 221, 235
Moser, Gerald B.-Sumner, 77, 79, 182, 218, 234, 240
Mosher, Thelma Kathryn-Waterloo
Mosier, Robert Ernest-Scranton, 182
Moulton, Evelyn Margaret-Waverly, 116, 193, 219, 238
Mowbray, Isabelle Franciene-Waterloo, 100, 189, 211
Mueller, Carl Henry-Toronto
Mueller, Everett Henry-Granville, 185
Mueller, Kenneth L.-Maquoketa, 116, 135, 182, 218, 228,
Mueller, Melvin H.-Spencer, 81, 183, 224, 241
Muir, Iohn Henry-Cedar Falls, 38, 183, 224
Muir, Marjorie Esther-Iowa City, 100, 222
Mulherin, Mary Adelaide-Mount Vernon
Mulholland, Donald Eugene-Waterloo
Mullane, Margaret Elizabeth-Aclcley, 197, 233
Muller, Henriette Catherine-Cedar Falls, 84, 85, 227,
Muller, Wilma Alice-Ackley, 100, 233
Mumby, Vivian E,-Churdan, 100, 224, 233, 234
Munns, Richard E.-Kansas City, Kan., 116, 226
Muntz, Elwin Clell-Mt. Sterling, 74, 229, 236, 238
Murphy, Kathleen Maureen-Waterloo, 189
Murphy, Ruth Arclel-Rowley
Murphy, Virginia-Dike, 82, 234, 240, 242
Murray, William Dale-Lamont, 116, 184
Muskopf, Mabel Lavinia-Webster Groves, Mo., 177,
Myers, Dorothy May-Cedar Falls, 116, 237
Myers, Eleanor Sue-Colo, 100, 232, 237
Myers, Evelyn May-Shell Rock, 222
Myhr, Derwin C.-Cedar Falls, 116
Myrick, Nelda Grace-Estherville, 100, 233
Myrtle, Ruth Elaine-Osage
McAfee, Charles D.-Sac City
McCabe, Ben-Naperville, lll., 165, 185
McCabe, Robert lames-Naperville, 1ll,, 185
McClintic, Robert Gale-Waterloo
McClintock, Roy Vernon-Waterloo
McCormick, Analee-Clarence, 221, 238
McCormick, Elzora-Lucas, 233
McCoWen, Robert Melvin-Waterloo, 217, 218, 220
McCrea, Mary Helene-Charles City, 221, 229, 243
McCutcheon, Wilda Pearl-Goldfield
McDonald, Dennis Keith-Waterloo, 182, 207, 216, 222
McDonnell, Glen E.-Sioux Falls, S. Dak.
McDoWall, Gilbert Thompson-Gladbrook, 243
Mclilhinney, Margaret Elinor-Buckingham, 88, 117, 219,
McElhinney, Mary Elizabeth-Buckingham, 116
McEvoy, Brendle E.-Iowa Falls
McEvoy, Florence lulia-Iowa Falls, 234
McFarland, Claudia Dade-Waterloo
McGaltin, Charles Mullen-Corning, 183, 229
McGahey, William B.-Clarion, 214
McGeough, Gertrude Anne-Waterville
McGohan, Ruby Evelyn--Mt. Pleasant, 229
McGough, Catherine Marie-Ackley, 99, 233
McGrath, Richard Harold-Forrest City
Mcliane, Pauline Mary-Monana, 233, 238
McKeeVer, Luther-Newton, 183
McKellips, Evelyn-Lawton, 37, 117, 193, 234
McLeod, Marjorie Maxine-Hawarclen, 99, 191, 229
McMillan, Georgiana Martha-Hudson, 128, 228
McMullin, Gladys Lucille-Casey, 99
McNeal, George Howard-New Sharon
McPherson, loe H.-Ft. Dodge, 135, 182, 241
McRoberts, Mary Lou-Greene
Nafus, Ruth E.-Nashua, 187, 216
Nagle, Thelma Ellen-Iamestown, N. Dak.
Nasby, Glaclyce Evelyn-Cedar Falls, 219, 220, 234
Neill, Fan-Council Bluffs, 100, 192, 232
Donald LeRoy-Rolfe, 222
Ethel Mae-Cedar Falls
Hjalrnar Sigval-Story City, 228, 235
Morton james-Cedar Falls, 218, 224
Newbauer, Carl-Cedar Falls
Neumeier, FlorencwGladbrook, 117, 216, 239
Rosemary-Anamosa, 100, 234
Newberq, Sam--New York City, N. Y.
Newendorp, Gwenlyn Rose-Sanborn, 231
Newman, Peggy-Waterloo, 78, 79, 82, 117, 209, 240
Beverly Mae-La Porte City, 37, 117, 191, 239
Charlotte Ieannette-La Porte City, 117, 191,
Nichols, Dorothy LoLeta-Clarion, 101
Nichols, Mary Catherine-Owasa
Nicola, Ethel L.-Siqourney, 85, 216, 217
Nicol, LaVerne Earl-Waterloo
Niedringhaus, K. Helmut-Sheffield
Nielsen, Burnita Baagoe-Mapleton
Nielsen, Lilly Mary-Racine, Wis., 229, 231
, Orval George-Elk Horn
Nielsen, Valborg Ruth-Cedar Falls, 117
, Elaine Muriel-Guttenberq, 221, 233, 234
Nies, William Albert-Cedar Falls
Lucile DeLa:1a-Rockwell City, 228
Marjorie Mae--Alden, 228
Nitchals, Maurice Albert-Estherville
Nodruit, Raymond Louie George-Strawberry Point
Noon, Minnis Clark-Sumner
Norby, Lorraine lrma-Osage, 231
Norris, Leona Arleen-Rock Rapids
North, james W.-Vail, 117, 238
Florence Audrey-Wilton junction, 177, 224, 2
Velva Pearl-Hubbard, 224, 239
Nus, Fred Carl, Ir.-Waterloo
Nuss, Dale Harlan-Lena, Ill., 83
Nuss, Deane Cecil-Lena, Ill,
Nyberq, Dolores Lane-Postville, 101, 129, 195, 229, 231
Nye, Helen Lucile-Dunkerton
Oakley, Dan Walter-Cedar Rapids, 117
O'Banion, Laura Mae-Le Mars, 74, 79, 117, 219, 225,
Odland, Ruby Norine-Clarion, 37, 78, 79, 117
Oehlert, Herschel Allen-Woodburn
Oetken, Elsie Viola-Rockwell, 233, 234
, Kathleen-Lester, 101, 221, 232
Dona Alice-Hardy, 227, 237, 241
Roy-Cedar Falls, 38, 117, 134, 137, 175, 182,
Edward O.-Cedar Falls
Vernice Lucile-Kirnballton, 85, 101, 190, 229, 233
Edward john-Red Wing, Minn., 189, 184
Leo Edward-Ames, 117
Robert Edwin-Kiron, 230
Vernal Genevieve-Iewell, 101, 233, 235
Eunice Louise-Aplington, 221, 233, 234
Oppedal, Elaine Elizabeth-Story City, 101, 219, 232
Orr, june Zella-Hopkinton, 225
Orr, Marjean Fae-Sioux City, 196
Orr, Tom M.-Cedar Falls, 117, 184
Orton, Dale Eugene-Williams, 218, 228, 235, 240
Kenneth Leroy-Williams, 117, 228, 235, 240
Orton, Lawrence Conrad-Williams, 218, 228, 235
Osbourne, Violet Marie-Rowley
Ostrus, Virginia Lee-Des Moines
Otte, Marjorie Edith--Sidney, 229
Overgaard, Chris Holger-Cedar Falls, 222, 228, 243
Owen, Kathryn Ioan-Cedar Rapids, 225
Padovan, Edna-Numa, 78, 117, 228
Palmer, Dorothy Lucile-Waterloo, 101, 233
Palmer, LaVaun Elizabeth-Dysart
Palmquist, Marion Eleanor-Smithland
Pappas, Dara Ieanne-Gladbrook, 221, 231
Parker, Eileen Dorothy-Russell, 101, 192, 242
Parker, Norman Stanley-Stockton, 111.
Parman, Lee Ferguson-Cedar Falls, 74, 79, 80, 118,
Parmeter, Betty lean-Ocala, Fla., 229, 231
Parrish, G. Dale-Ionia, 118
Parrott, Marjorie Belle-Danville
Parrott, Ruth Gloria-Sibley, 34, 195, 241
Pascal, Dorraine Georgia-Pocahontas
Pastorino, Charles-New York, N. Y.
Pattee, Robert Ioseph--Pocahontas, 38, 183
Patterson, Gordon Vincent-Wahpeton, N. Dak., 185
Patterson, Lucille L.-Des Moines
Patterson, Marcelene Mae-Chariton
Patterson, Wesley Everett-Bancroft
Paul, joseph B., Ir.-Cedar Falls, 148
Paulsen, Elsi Mae-Peterson, 101, 231
Payne, Howard Kenneth-Waterloo
Peak, M. Elizabeth-Estherville
Pearce, Betty LaVerle-Austin, Minn., 229
Pearson, Dorothy Ellen-Ainsworth, 221, 23
Peck, Russel Liman-Conway Springs, Kan.
Peet, Audrey Grace-Cedar Falls, 237
Penly, Dick S.-Waterloo
Perin, Doris Hazel-Baxter
Perrin, lack George-Cherokee, 186
Pershing, Robert-Des Moines
Peter, Frieda Louise-Waterloo, 80
Peters, Arlene Myrna-Alexander, 233
Peters, Curtis Wa1terfAlexander
Peters, Harlan Roy-Belle Plaine, 229
Petersen, Arlene Dorothy-Elk Horn, 101, 221
Petersen, Einer-Cedar Falls
Peterson, Ardell-Ft. Dodge, 231
Peterson, Eleanor Ann-Newell
Peterson, Henry Albert-Roland, 186
Peterson, loseph Arrow-Cedar Falls, 217
Peterson, Selma Marie-Ottosen, 101, 221, 234
Peterson, Maxine Geneva-Titonka, 234, 242
Peterson, Mildred Mariee-Lawton, 101, 191
Peterson, Mariarn Eleanor-Madrid, 78, 118, 228
Peterson, Norma Belle-Cedar Falls, 197
Phillips, Travis 1.-Waterloo
Phillips, William Louis-Waterloo, 222, 226, 239
Philson, Orrnand Keith-Harlan
Phippin, Edward 1.-Estherville, 118, 175, 185, 240
Picht, Pearl Delores-Nevada
Pieper, Verda Marie-Vail, 101, 233
Pierce, Lotus Maxine-Cherokee
Pieres, Gerald Alfred-Hudson, 118, 186, 232, 234
Piotter, Erna RutheManawa, Wis., 101, 232, 235
Margery Frances-Lime Spring
Pietscher, Margaret Lee-Donnellson
Plaehn, Marlys lune-Hudson, 231
Podernski, lames Thomas-Duluth, Minn., 165, 234
Poduska, Edward Walter-Cedar Falls
Polley, Lee Ernest-Maloy, 173, 230
Pritchard, Norris T.-Sumner, 82, 118
Puck, Edwin A.-Moneta, 41, 74, 173, 184, 230, 243
Pueggel, Agnes Louise-Clear Lake, 102, 189, 232, 235
Pullin, Delores Arlene-Waterloo, 102
Putnam, Mildred Eileen-Montezuma, 102, 231
Quandt, Sylvia Maxinee-Meservey
Quirin, Dorothy Annette-Marcus, 34, 85, 196, 221, 238,
Rabey, Howard William-Belrnond, 165, 230
Rajcevich, Mike, lr.-Clinton
Raker, Lola M.-George
Ralston, Grace Lucile-Earlham, 102, 195, 232
Rambo, Nina Aileen-Keosauqua, 225, 229
Ramsey, LaVonne Caroline-Reinbeck, 225
Rankin, Genevieve Alta-Tracy, 239
Rankin, Pauline Elsie-Tracy, 239
Rasmussen, Margaret-Correctionville, 227, 228
Rathbone, Nathanael-Cedar Falls, 80
Rathbun, Wayne Harold-Waterloo
Raun, Milrae Marie-Wall Lake, 231
Rauscher, Betty lane-Mt. Pleasant, 233, 242
Raver, leanne-lefterson, 186, 206, 235
Rayburn, Claude loseph-Manchester, 219, 237
Raymond, Dorothy Dean-Newton, 205, 219
Reats, Margaret--Cedar Falls
Reasoner, Rose Elizabeth-Rodman, 102, 229
Rector, Sue Alice-Odebolt, 86, 118, 216, 218, 219, 238
Reed, Faith Esther-Burt
Reed, Robert Thomas-Waterloo
Reeve, Gladys Lucille-Cedar Falls
Refshauge, Arletta Marie-Cedar Falls, 195, 228, 229
Retshauge, Helendora-Cedar Falls, 195
Rehder, Arlene George-ann-Gladbrook, 102, 221, 231
Rehn, Evelyn Elise-Miles City, Mont., 118, 177, 221, 238
Pollins, Meriwyn Verle-Cedar Rapids, 35, 190, 241
Pollock, Doris Pearl-Cedar Falls
Polvere, Mario-New York, N. Y.
Pond, C. Earle-Waterloo
Porteous, Robert William-Manchester, 236
Porter, Clara Irene-lowa Falls, 101
Porter, lohn Richard-Waterloo, 185, 240
Porter, Ruth Adeline-Ft. Dodge, 231
Porter, Wanda Neorna-Cumberland, 101
Potter, Mary Marie-New Hampton
Potter, Virgene Louise-Coon Rapids, 102
Powell, Etta Maurine-Rockwell City, 224
Reinhart, Margaret Elizabeth-Ridgeway, 118, 219
Rekers, Dorothy Lucille-Cedar Falls
Reutter, Colette Dora Lee-Ogden
Rew, Orra Kenneth-Larnoni, 118, 185, 230, 240
Reynolds, larnes Edward-Biwabik, Minn., 185, 228
Rhodes, lack-Freeport, 111.
Benjamin Billings-Dubuque, 118, 230
, Evelyn Elizabeth-Garwin, 233
Richards, Marie-Clarksville, 102, 237
Richards, Mary Eveleen-Dubuque, 85, 242
Richards, Robert Howard-Geneva, 87, 183
Richardsp Virginia Claire-Denison, 229
Powers, Catherine Ann-Lakota, 193, 231
Powers, lohn Lewis-Pocahontas, 185
Pratt, Cecile May-Boone, 102
Prichard, lanet Helen-Storm Lake, 80, 195, 2 ,
Pringnitz, Doris Valera-Kanawha
Pritchard, Iames Edward-Sumner, 217
Richardson, Audrey loyce-Sac City, 231
Richardson, Iuanita Avon-Clarion, 102, 231
Rickert, Mary Elizabeth-Waterloo, 85, 135, 190, 209,
Rickey, Mary Elizabeth-Washington, 118, 226, 236
Ridenour, Edwin William-Garrison
Rider, Carleton A.-Gilmore City, 118, 183
Riebe, Harland A.-Cedar Falls, 34, 40, 165, 183, 209
Riebe, Kathleen-Cedar Falls, 195, 211, 229
Riedinger, Merigene Elaine-Maquoketa, 102, 224, 233
Rigby, Lucile Margaret-Havelock
Riley, Hazel Geneva-Corning, 118, 195, 228
Riordan, Walter Edgar-Sioux City
Risher, Maxine V.-Lynnville, 102, 232
Risser, Helen Grace-Mount Vernon, 221, 231, 238
Ritchey, Ioe Raymond-Cedar Falls
Ritze, Gweniverre Alene-Waterloo
Rivers, Grace Genevieve-Grinnell
Roach, Veronica Colon-Red Oak, 188, 221, 225, 229,
Roberts, Bertha Belle-Collins
Roberts, Estelyn Adell-eRolie
Roberts, George l...-Sumner, 182
Roberts, Hugh O.-West Des Moines, 165, 170
Roberts, Susan lane-Windom, Minn., 187
Robertson, Truman Howard-Waterloo
Robinson, Helene May-Des Moines
Robinson, Opal Ruth-Colo, 177
Walter Arthur-Virginia, Minn., 216, 218, 220
Andrew-Rockwell, 182, 224, 226, 234
Rogel, William Frank-Brooklyn, N. Y., 175, 186
Lora Lucille-Center Point
Florence Virginia-Davenport, 79, 80, 118, 216,
Rommel, Dorothy Anna-Readlyn
orothy Hazel-Manly, 102, 231
Rosenberger, Ruth Olive-Cedar Falls, 118, 194
Roslcamp, lane-Grundy Center
Roslcopt, Eleanor Margaret-Melbourne
Ross, Gene-Mankato, Minn.
Ross, Thelma Lucille-Beaconsfield
Rotell, Henry George-Biwabik, Minn., 184, 234
Richard H.-Ames, 79, 87, 119
Freda Hill-Harvey, 221
Royer, Carolyn E.-Woodbine, 102, 233
Royer, Margaret lane-Woodbine
shel, lrene Adeline-Rockford
Rude, Margaret Marian-Mapleton, 102, 221
Ruff , Er
Win L.-New York City, N. Y.
Ruggless, Charles B.-Prairie City, 119
Runft, Arthur, lr.-Cedar Falls, 183
Runtt, Harold Wayne-Cedar Falls, 40
Aleta Mae-Pisgah, 119, 219
Mary Ann-Springfield, Ill., 190, 234
Rush, Irma Mae-Lake Park, 231
Russell, leanne Elizabeth-Winfield, 119, 219, 234
ord, Eileen-Greeley, 79, 87, 119, 207, 222, 238
Ryan, Iames E,-Clarion y
Beulah-Clarion, 84, 119, 227, 228
Frances-Clarion, 84, 119, 206, 217
Sanders, Stephen Arthur-LeGrand
Santree, Claude Eugene-Iowa Falls
Saul, Carol Emojean-Reinbeck
Sawtelle, Quentin Lyle-Latimer, 102
Sawtelle, Warren Everett-Latimer, 103
Sawyer, Eileen Bernice-lewell, 34, 119, 196
Scanlan, Alice Maree-Cedar Falls, 85, 188, 230, 243
Schaefer, Helen Marie-Waterloo, 238
Schaefer, Mabryn Louise-Lake Park, 103, 138, 196, 222
229, 231, 236
Schaffer, Lindon Henry-Marquette
Scheibe, Elizabeth S.-Mason City, 119, 219, 220
Schive, Maxine Amelia-Fort Dodge, 79, 87, 119, 209,
Schlesselman, Ruth Elizabeth-Laurel, 119, 176, 177, 180
Schley, Harry Alvin-Cedar Rapids, 119, 165, 185
Schlichtirxg, Harry Fredrick-Tripoli, 183, 226, 228, 240,
Schmidt, Arlene Frances--Meservey
Schmidt, lrene Katharine-Titonka, 231
Schmidt, Russell Allen-Waterloo, 184, 224
Schmidt, Mary Margaret-Alta, 120, 239
Schneider, Eleanor-Stanwood, 103
Schneider, Ioseph A.-Wilton lunction
Schnept, Virginia-Algona, 242
Scholten, Marguerite Mae-Doon
School, William Howard-Romeo, Mich,, 218, 220, 234
Schow, Ruth-Garner, 103, 233
Schowalter, Mary lane-Keokuk, 103, 192, 221, 229, 233
Schrader, Max Kenneth-Burt, 184
Schrarn, Harriet Elizabeth-Titonka
Schroeder, Irene Clara-Gladbrook, 233
Schryver, Barbara lane-Gladbrook, 103
Schryver, Lyman Ellsworth-St. Anthony
Schuchart, Ralph Wendell-Osage, 242
Schuchert, Betty Kathryn-Cedar Falls, 34, 85, 187
Schuknecht, Marilyn LouisefSumner
Schuldt, Paul Herman-Klemme
Schultz, Frances Elisabeth-Cedar Falls, 86, 196, 216
Schultz, Gene-Cedar Falls
Schuster, Mildred Elisabeth-Shelby
Schutt, Hattie Edna-Sioux Center, 224, 233
Schwartz, Dorothy Mardelle-Greene
Schwertley, Velnette MaXineh+Traer, 236
Scott, Robert George-'West Union
Scott, Velma Arlene-Central City
Scott, Vera Mayona-Davis, S. Dak., 191, 231
Scott, Zula May-Powersville, Mo., 221, 228, 238
Sedgwick, Martha Marian-Hawarden
Seeteld, Esther F.-Algona, 103, 233
Seeteld, lrene H.-St. Ansgar, 103, 232
Segar, Delores Arlene-Blairsburg
Selbig, lack Burroughs-Waterloo
Selby, Carl William-Bronson, 185
Setchell, Dorothy leanne-Ackley, 103
Severson, Ruth Lorraine-Leland
Sexton, Rosemyra--Decorah, 85, 242
Mary Ann-Burt, 195, 222, 226, 229, 238
Seybold, Ruth Emma Maries-Ackley, 79, 80, 120, 221,
Shank, Edwin E.-Sumner, 182
Shannon, Virginia E.-Washington, 120, 188, 234
Sharpley, Paul Rogers-Cedar Falls
Shattuck, 1. C.-Waterloo
Shaw, Lenora--Guthrie Center, 195, 229, 230
Shaw, Lucille Edna-Boone, 120, 226, 229
Sheafier, Helen-Martell, 189
Sheffler, Marjorie leanne-Cedar Falls
Sheldon, Carol Faith-Charles City, 217, 221, 239
Shellabarger, Wilma Verlee-Letts
Shepard, Raymond Rea-Hastings, 120, 135, 149, 182,
Sherman, Dorothy Ruth-Manchester, 177, 221, 227, 228,
Shiek, loe-Cedar Falls i
Shimp, Martin S.-Napersville, lll., 185
Shimp, Richard Benjamin-Dunkerton
Shirk, Arthur Clifford-Lake View, 165, 185
Shively, Richard D.-Wayland, 182, 218
Shook, Harriet lrene-Greene
Short, Franklin Forrest-Rolfe, 228
Shortess, Edwin Stephen-Cedar Falls
Shostrom, Marian Louise-Des Moines, 176, 180, 229
Shugart, Cleo-Sioux City, 34, 37, 187
Shugart, LeVan Marion-Ponemah, Minn., 34, 74, 186
Siemen, Lorraine Berniece-Stockton, 111.
Siepert, Marian Elizabeth-Cedar Falls, 221
Sigler, Rosemarie-Britt, 193
Siglin, Alice lane-Woodward, 79, 120, 233
Simonsen, Stanley Harold-Bridgeville, Pa., 82, 183, 224
Simonsen, Agnes Elaine-Rolfe, 103, 233
Simpson, Laura Mae-Cedar Falls, 88, 120, 188, 241
Simpson, Lucille Irene-Iowa Falls, 103
Simpson, Robert Elmo-Waterloo
Sims, William Wallace-Hawthorne, Calif., 38, 169, 185,
Sindlinger, lohn 1-larry-Cedar Falls
Siverly, Russell E.-Mt. Union, 120
Skaar, Arlet Corrine-Primghar, 224, 231, 235
Skalicky, Iune Lucille-Mason City, 103
Skovgaard, Violet T.-Ringsted, 103, 232, 235
Skow, Duane William--Council Bluffs, 216, 217
Slater, Herschel H.-Hazleton, 182, 229
Slaughter, Lee Edward-Waterloo
Slawson, Agnes Faye-Lehigh
Smith, Avis Winifred--Grundy Center, 222, 234
, Marion Burleson-Charles City, 225
Lucille Caroline-Auburn, 86, 103, 232
Margaret Ethel-Macedonia, 103, 232
Dorothy Katherine-Cedar Falls, 187
Smith, Frances Marie-Steamboat Rock
Smith, Germina Sadie-Sioux Center, 233
Smith, lvadel Betty-Cedar Falls
Smith, lean Vernell-Marcus
Smith, Leona Frances-Correctionville, 34, 37, 120, 193,
Smith, Lorna Ruth-Sutherland, 221, 238
Smith, Mary Elizabeth-Alden, 103, 216, 232, 238
Smock, Hubert F.-Keota, 87, 120, 230
Snell, Dorothy Helen-Sioux City
Snell, Leland Kenneth-Plymouth, 120, 173, 184, 230
Snow, lean Etta-Waterloo
Snyder, W. C., lr,-Manchester, 182, 208, 230
Sodemann, Mary lane-Preston
Soenke, Carroll Carl-Stockton, 74, 120, 224
Sorensen, Gordon Reinheart-Cedar Falls
Sparks, Eleanor Katherine-Boone, 216, 221
Spencer, lrma Eleanor-Crawfordsville
Sponsler, Marie Winifred-Humeston
Spooner, Catherine Ellen-Storm Lake, 121, 135, 190,
Spooner, lack Harold-Storm Lake, 76, 182
Sprole, Mary Ellen-Hudson, 221, 228
Spurbeck, Avis Blanche-Charles City
St. Clair, Forrest W.-Conrad
Stafford, Bill Elijah-Audubon
Stainbrook, Gordon Walz-Waterloo, 184
Stainbrook, Willis Alfred-Brandon
Stanfield, Clinton E.-Union
Stanford, Eva layne-Larrabee, 221
Starr, Charles Edwin-Portland, Mich.
Staub, Evelyn Mae-Wever, 104, 231
Stearns, Luella Marie-Walnut Grove, Minn.
Steel, V. lane-Bedford
Steinkamp, Charlotte-Seymour, lnd., 88, 121, 135, 191,
Steinkamp, Robert Geo.-Seymour, lnd., 182, 235
Stephen, Mary Maxine-Malcom
Stephenson, Robert lames-Waterloo, 182, 226
Steuck, LuVella Christine-Primghar
Stevens, Audrey 1-lelayneHWaterloo, 85, 193
Stevens, Ferne Leota-Des Moines
Stevenson, Fred D.-Waterloo
Stewart, Eleanor Eloise-Cedar Falls
Stewart, Elsie lrene-Marshalltown, 221
Stewart, Raymond Frederic-Lamont, 243
Stichfort, Lee Ray-Stout
Stodghill, Dorothy Mae-Dudley
Stokes, Zada Mae-Waterloo, 188, 224, 229, 241
Stouffer, Pauline Rae-Buckingham, 104, 233
Stout, Donald lonathan-Des Moines
Stout, Martha Elizabeth-Keota, 231, 238
Straight, Ruth Inez-Cedar Falls
Strand, Mildred Eleanor-Primghar, 104, 232
Stransky, Leonard Stephen-Toledo, 104, 233, 236
Strauloe, Ioyce Edwina-Spirit Lake, 190, 216, 217, 221
Street, Edith Merl-Grand River, 104
Stringer, Lorraine Kathryn-Rockwell City, 121, 177
Strom, Helen Correen-Madrid, 193, 225
Strong, Eleanor Louise-Salix
Stroup, Leo-Wapello, 75, 82, 182, 206, 226, 230, 231,
Stroup, Ralph K.-Wapello, 121, 183
Sturges, Herbert F.-Correctionville
Stutsman, Vera Venita-Washington, 79, 121, 130, 234
Stutt, Walter Henry-Monticello
Sutton, Annabelle Marie-Maquoketa, 221
Sutz, Norma-Davenport, 79, 121, 216, 239
Swaim, Lawrence Eugene-Waterloo
Swanson, David Wright-Villisca, 78, 88, 182, 236
Francine Luella-Alta, 221, 235
Lucille Margaret--Council Bluiis, 222, 238
Swanson, Ralph lohn-Villisca, 182, 209, 242
Swope, Mildred Fay-Clarion, 224, 231
Taft, Kathryn Lucy-Grundy Center, 237
Talus, Eino William-Biwabik, Minn., 165
Tapper, Arlene Adella-Kamrar, 104, 231
Tarr, Dorothy Mae-Whiting, 216, 217
Tarvin, Marjorie Fern--Montezuma, 224, 233
Tatge, Annis Marie-Belle Plaine, 224
Taylor, Agnes Viola-Davenport
Taylor, Ann-Waukon, 229, 234
Taylor, George Dunham-Manchester
Taylor, Lorraine Kathryn-Steamboat Rock, 104, 233,
Taylor, Ozzo B.-Alden, 34, 121, 186
Teale, Elizabeth--Lake Park, 194
Tedore, George loe-Waterloo
Teeter, Cecil Glenn-La Porte City
Telleen, Ruth Genieveve-Gowrie, 235
Templeton, Don Frederick-Waterloo, 182, 209, 222, 230
Terveer, Mae lrene-Alden
Tesmer, Evelyn Loreen-Waterloo, 85, 190, 228
Teter, Mildred Evelyn-Waterloo
Thalman, Lowell L.-Cedar Falls
Tharp, Herman Sylvester-Waterloo
Theim, Marie Elizabeth-Pierre, S. Dak.
Thierman, Alice Marie-Cedar Falls, 82
Thierman, Mary lane-Cedar Falls '
Thomas, Dorothy Vaughan-Lime Spring, 121, 190, 219,
Thomas, Helen Eliza1:netheTripoli, 85, 86
Thompson, Alice Meryl-Shell Rock, 85, 104
, Elaine Catherine-Northwood
Thompson, Gertrude W.-McCa1lshurg, 177
, Grace Virginia-Cherokee
Thompson, Helen Ruth-Buckingham, 221
Thompson, Racheal E.-Van Horne
Thompson, Thomas Harold-Kanawha
Thomsen, Catherine Marie-Laurens, 104, 231
Thomsen, Marcia Dorthea-Laurens, 87, 121
Thorsheim, Lloyd Milton-Thompson
Thurston, Margaret Lucille-Cedar Falls, 121, 139, 190,
225, 229, 241
Tietgen, Katie Margarete-Preston, 221
Tilden, Norma Evelyn-Kalona
Tinderholt, Elsa Barbra-Ossian
Tinnermeier, Helen Dorthea-Newton, 104, 192, 219, 220
Todd, Charles Faulkner-Cedar Falls, 183, 238
Todd, Robert Francis-Brooks, 184
Tomlinson, Grace Ilene-Casey
Tonsfeldt, Marion Ruth-Remsen, 34, 197, 237, 242, 243
Tostlebe, Dorothy lean-Cedar Falls, 85, 190, 207, 216,
Toussaint, Marcella Marie-Sumner
Townsend, Miriam Margaret-Glaclbrook
Townsley, Bette Lee-Iowa City, 104
Traeder, Patricia Marie-Odeloolt, 233
Trampel, Elmer Orvind-Klemme
Tranbarger, Dormalee Frances-Conrad, 231
Traupel, William Max-Osceola
Treizger, Ed Lee-Inglewood, Calif., 169, 121, 230
Treloar, Betty Maxine-Clear Lake
Trottnow, Grace Elizabeth-Dysart, 122, 232
Trottnow, Marcella Emma-Dysart, 121, 224, 226, 228,
Trottnow, Neva Ellen-Dysart, 122, 224, 236
Troy, Harland Eugene-Cedar Falls, 182
Truman, Margaret Lucille-Grundy Center
Turkal, Anton Francis-Bessemer, Mich., 122, 165
Turnball, Gordon-Cedar Falls
Turner, Avon Helen-Belknap, 122, 226
Turner, Francis George-Dunlcerton
Tuttle, Clymene Faye-Montgomery, 231
Tyler, Lois Winnifred-Riceville
Tyler, Raymond Guy-Kelley
Ulfers, Amelia-Alta Vista '
Ullerich, Adella Marie-Van Horne, 104, 233
Ullrich, lohn Peter-Waterloo
Underwood, Dorothy lane-Albion, 104, 191
Ure, Sam-Riceville, 84, 122, 226, 228
Urice, lohn K.-Garrison, 183
Uridel, Virginia Ann-Tama
Usher, Barbara lean-Des Moines
Valentine, Lois Virginia--Marshalltown, 86, 190, 216,
Valeslca, Vernon Lawrence--Freeport, 111.
Van Arkel, Robert-Prairie City, 182, 240
Van Buskirk, Fae Almina-Ottosen
Van Buskirk, Mae Elisabeth-Ottosen
Van Deest, leanne E.-Cedar Falls, 177, 196, 216, 222
Van DeWater, Keith-lreton, 83, 216, 218, 238
Van Duyn, Mona lane-Eldora, 207, 217
Van Engen, Phyllis Alberta-Stratford, 221, 233
Van Houten, lames Philip-Hampton, 242
Van Houten, Lorraine Elisabeth-Melvin
Virginia M.-Fort Dodge, 82, 84, 123, 228, 241
Van Roekel, Clara Lucille-Sioux Center
Van Skike, Mary Maxine-lreton, 122, 242
Van Winkle, Keith Merle-Webster City
Varce, Pauline Lucille-Bristow, 104, 233
Varlamos, Genevieve Thelma-Denison, 104
Vaughan, larnes-eHudson, 175, 182
Vaughn, Divona leane-Rolfe
Vaughn, Merle Leo-Benton, 122, 186
Veenstra, Eula Angeline-Klernme, 104, 221, 233
Vogt, Dorothy Anne-Grinnell, 80, 194, 226, 242
Volz, Doris Lorraine-Everly
von Lackum, LeRoy Fred-Waterloo, 182, 207, 226
Voss, Dolores Ruth-Luverne, 233
Vlfack, Anna Mae-Norway, 177, 229
Wagner, Darlene Eleanor-Ladora, 221, 229
Wagner, Wilma Claire-Fairloank, 225
Wagoner, Helen Carol-Waverly
Wahl, Iohn Schempp-Cedar Falls, 224, 243
Wahl, Roger-Cedar Falls
Wainwright, Wanda A.-Deep River, 122, 176, 177, 180
Wakeman, Bonnie Beulah-Otho, 223
Walk, Ernest Edwon-Grafton, 78, 240
Walker, Williams George-Waterloo
Wallace, E. Winson-Reinbeck, 197, 238 1
Walsh, Wm. 1.-Bristol
Walters, Wilma-Little Sioux, 120, 228
Walton, Opal Edna-Fort Dodge
Ward, Marie A.-Mechanicsville, 216, 217, 234
Ward, Robert Francis-Cedar Falls
Ward, Virginia Lee-Garwin, 233
Warder, Ronald C.-Fremont
Ware, Clyde Horner-Grundy Center, 240
Warnock, Doris Marie-Thornburg, 224, 233
Warnock, Muriel Elsie-Coggon, 105, 233
Waterman, Meryl lune-Cedar Falls
Waters, Mildred Helen-Lohrville
Watkins, Anita lane-Bayard
Watrous, Neva Naomi-Coon Rapids, 105, 221, 232
Waulke, Lillian, Louisa-Melbourne, 222
Weatherwax, Kenneth Chester-Ocheyedan, 185
Wenger, lack M,hWayland
Wenig, Lucille Kathleen-Charles City
Wentz, Kathleen Elizabeth-lonia, 74, 177, 225
Werdel, Mary Helen Dolores-Carroll, 222, 234, 239
Werkheiser, Thelma Lenore-Lena, lll., 226
Wescott, Margaret Olive-Sumner, 229
Westbrook, Hartley A.-Letts
Westcott, loseph William-Waterloo
Wheat, Mary Mae-Humboldt
Wheater, Marjorie Mae-Marshalltown, 229
Wheeler, Florence LeEllis-Belle Plaine
Wheeler, Vivian Margaret-Dunkerton
Wheeler, William Allen-Denison, 184, 230
Whetstone, Evelyn Elene-Casey, 193, 221, 232
Whitaker, Margaret Lugenia-Grinnell, 224, 233
White, Edward Charles-Waterloo, 183
White, Elbert Allen-North English
White, Hubert William-Hamburg, 122, 227, 228
White, Maxine leannette-Badger, 122, 224, 233
White, Ned Creps-Dysart, 40
White, Ruby Adaline-Cedar Falls
Hazel Viola-Adel, 105, 229, 232
Wick, Roland Edward-Waterloo
Wickersham, Winifred Ann-Melbourne, 122, 224, 226,
Wickham, lrene Lillian-Creston, 233, 234
Wieben, Helen-Dysart, 105, 233
Wiese, Hazel Alvina-Lake Park, 231
Wightman, Vernice lone-Larchwood
Wilaby, Lela A.-Dows
Wiley, Catherine Mary-Little-port, 105
Wiley, Mabel Louise-Washington, 221
Wilkie, Leonard Eugene-Hubbard, 226, 239
Wilkins, Glenn W.-New Hampton
Wilkinson, Dorothy Eileen-Buckingham, 237
Williams Chester Travis-Columbus Iunction, 222, 238
Williams Edna Doris-Bronson, 123
Williams Harold Webster-Columbus Iunction, 222, 238
Williams leannette Emily-West Burlington
Williams Marion Lorena-Crawfordsville, 177, 225
Williams Mary Kathryn-Marcus, 123, 234
Williams Maynard George-Rockwell City
Weaver, Beth Louise-Hawarden, 105, 191, 229, 231
Webbeking, Marlys Noma-Waterloo, 105, 194
Weber, Tracy Florence-Charles City, 105
Wedeking, Harold H.-Evansville, Ind., 83, 218, 238
Williamson, Florence D. CMrs.l-Cedar Falls
Willis, Ruth Eleanor-Hawkeye, 225
Willits, Mary Elizabeth-Union, 224, 231
Wilson, Dorothy lane-Grundy Center, 190
Weeks, Ruth Alta-North English
Weepie, Mary Bernice-Fairbank
Wegand, Barbara lane-Greene, 233
Weir, Oren 1.-Cedar Falls, 41, 83, 122, 182, 216
Weisbard, Tune Marie-Cedar Falls
Welch, Eileen Frances-Afton, 105, 232
Welch, Lucille-Afton, 105
Welhousen, Ruth Mareta-Titonka, 233, 242
Weller, Alvin Alonzo-Doliver, 135, 182, 229
Wendell, Mildred Lucile-Meservey, 216, 221, 234
Wilson, Grace Marguerite M.-Grinnell, 123
Wilson, lune Ethel-Waterloo, 228
Wilson, Lloyd Richard-Mason City, 79, 123, 240, 243
Wilson, Thomas B.-Diagonal
Wilson, Wynona Ayer-Cedar Falls, 197, 228
Wink, Esther Viola-Moville, 234
Winslow, lack William-Creston, 229
Wintakger, Vivian Marie-Masonville, 233
Wise, Kenneth Henry-Waterloo
Wisner, William Lichty-Waterloo
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