University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)
- Class of 1955
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ADMINISTRATION . . . 66
DEPARTMENTS . . 78
ACTIVITIES . . 94
ATHLETICS . . . . I40
ORGANIZATIONS . . . 180
GRADUATES . . . 254
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King George and Queen Barbara reign over Hue
George Chambers, Phi Sigma Epsilon, and Barbara
Norris, Tau Sigma Delta, reigned as king and queen
of the Inter-Sorority and Fraternity Dance which was
held April 10, in the Commons Ballroom. They were
selected by an all-campus election held at the Cross-
roads. "Greek Hop" was the theme of the dance.
Decorations were bunnies adorned with Greek symbols
and the official puddles of the nine sororities and four
fraternities. llarilyn Rosene sang during the inter-
mission, and Armand Baker was the master of cere-
monies. Karl Dunn's dance band provided the music.
"GREEK HOP" THEME OF FRATERNITY, SORORITY DANCE
SPRING BRINGS MARDI GRAS TO TC
"Come to the lllardi Gras," the old song says, and
TClers did so for the third successive year. Reigning
over the 1954 lllardi Gras activities were Queen
Brenda Beneke and King Ron Brinkley, selected by
the student body. Each organization which entered a
concession booth was eligible to nominate two candi-
dates for the royal ballot. Seventeen booths lined the
midway with sidewalk cafes, golf links, and side-shows.
This event, sponsored by the Social Life Committee,
was highlighted by the awarding of a first prize to the
best Concession, the Alpha Chi Epsilon and the Delta
Delta Phi's House of Horror. Russ Hansen won a
Hash camera as the door prize. The organizing com-
mittee Consisted of Bob Jones, Darlene Larson, Frieda
Sehlaman, Dennis Boyd, and Ruth Radloff.
Hail King Ron and Queen Brenda!
Ken Rowe and Wes Sferner are barkers for the Sig Tau and Pi The+ boo+h.
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John Proctor defends himself agains+ the accusations of Deputy-Governor Danforrh and Abigail Williams.
SPRING AND SUMMER PLAYS CONTRAST IN THEME
Lord Porteous looks on as Lady Kitty fakes a senti-
mental look a+ pictures of her girlhood.
In the spring of 195-l the department of Languages,
Speech and Literature presented Arthur KIiller's play,
The Crzzribfv. It is based upon the Salem VVitch Hunt
which was an authentic event in American history.
The Crurilfla' presents many implications of our pres-
ent-day problem of ignorance and superstition. Direc-
tion was by Hazel Strayer and the stage setting was
designed by Stanley XVood. Costumes were under the
supervision of Ifvelyn VVood.
In contrast to the seriousness of The Crucilzle, this
department presented its summer play, The Cirrle, a
comedy by Sommerset llaugham, which has come to
be accepted as :1 masterpiece of modern drama. Direc-
tion was by Stanley XVood, scenery by Norman Kaiser,
and costumes were designed by Katherine Adamson.
TC's OTHER OF THE DAY PRESENTED
Each spring llother has her honored day, lXIother's
Day, at Iowa State Teachers College. Registration be-
gan the 1954 activities after which many organizations
and dormitories held teas and open houses. lXIrs.
Nlaurice Alborn, mother of Pat Alborn, was intro-
duced by President llaucker as the llother of the Day
at the afternoon variety show. She was presented a
Hawaiian lei. The Commons served a special :Hoth-
er's Day dinner, The llarlins water show and the
spring play, The Cruribfv, climaxed Saturday's activi-
ties. lXIother's Day Chapel was held Sunday morning
and concluded a busy and memorable week-end. Amy
Thuirer was general chairman of the committee which
scheduled these events to give llom an opportunity to
eat, sleep, and be entertained on campus.
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"The Mother ot the Day."
The Sig Tau's and the Pi The+'s provide some harmony.
The All-College Sing is a tradition in which all or-
ganizations on campus are invited to compete. This
spring 17 groups entered the event. The winners were
the Delta Delta Phi Sorority and the Alpha Chi Epsi-
lon Fraternity. They sang "Deep River" and "The
Lord's Prayer," arranged by Roger hlaxwell. Larry
hlattox directed the group and hlarilyn Russell played
the piano accompaniment. The Bartlett Hall Chorus
and the Pi Theta Pi--Sigma Tau Gamma group tied
for honorable mention. The judges were Ellen Aali-
vik, hlrs. Karl Holvick, and VV. Keith hlacy, all of
the music department. Sponsors were Sigma Alpha
Iota, Phi Blu Alpha Sinfonia, and the Social Life
Committee. Charlene Guthridge was the general
SEVENTEEN GROUPS COMPETE IN ALL-CAMPUS SING
The Alpha Chi's and the Del+'s win first place in the All-College Sing.
MARTERIE PLAYS FOR SPRING FORMAL
Ralph Klarterie and his orchestra provided the mu-
sic for the Spring Formal, lllay 22. This was the first
time in several years that such a well known band has
appeared at TC. lklarterie, sometimes known as "the
Caruso of the trumpet," organized his seventeen piece
orchestra only three years agog the group is now ranked
as one ofthe leading new bands by disc jockies and
music critics. Among lVIarterie's many presentations
were "Once in a While," "Street Scene," "Caravan,"
and a concert version of "VVarsaw Concerto." About
eight hundred students enjoyed the evening of infor-
mal dancing. Jim lklaltby was master of ceremonies
during the intermission. The Social Life Committee
and Doris Long, serving as student chairman, planned
Ralph Marterie "sends" the danc-
ers with one of his renditions.
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A new freshman s+udent ancl her family unload Iheir car and start fhe task of moving in.
Orientation week began llonday, September 6, as
new students arrived and began to unload. That eve-
ning they attended their first convocation. The hectic
week continued the next day with the first sessions of
placement tests. ln the evening the men attended a
1Ien's Lvnion dinner and A.XV.S. sponsored a Chuck-
wagon Picnic for the women.
XVednesday, after finishing their placement tests and
registering, they enjoyed themselves at the square dance
held on the women's tennis courts. Friday found these
new students in their first TC classes. That evening
at Church Night they were informed about TC's reli-
gious activities. The Newcomers' Variety Show enter-
tained new and old students Saturday.
The following week was highlighted by the A.XV.S.
Convocation and the Klatrrculation Convocation. The
orientation program for women climaxed three weeks
later as a cheering crowd of freshmen threw their
green beanies in the air at the ofhcial decapping cere-
mony. The men were initiated October 8, when they
were required to wear their clothes backwards. They
joined in a tug-of-war against the upper-classmen and
later attended a mixer on the indoor Stadium track.
Orientation activities were under the direction of
the A.VV.S. and lIIen's Union Qrientation chairmen,
Shirley llahannah and Neil Yer Hoef, and Don Kley-
ers, lIIen's Union Traditions chairman.
A counselor gives her counselees some pointers on cam
A facuH'y advisor approves a new sfu-
Parf of regis+ra+ion af l.S.T.C. includes a
quick pho+ogra ph.
The check-ou+ line comes a+ lasi'
and regis+ra+ion is over.
Dick Lieb, S+uden+ League Board presidenl, addresses fhe faculiy and s'l'uden+ body af fhe Fall Convocafion, 'Phe firsl'
all-campus evenf 'For fhe year.
Gene Laclcore leads in 'I'he group singing of "Deep and Wide" al' All-Campus Church Night
Jenise Schnur presides a+ fhe A.W.S. Convoca+ion.
Facully members "s'real 'lhe show" a+ fhe
Performers reappear for +l1e New Comers'
Variefy Show finale.
Senior and S+uden+ Counselors model ap-
propriafe a'Hire for chapel a+ +l1e Sfyle
Newly orienlalecl women s+uden+s pledge +l1eir loyally +0 +l1e "liH'le green beanie" before clecapping
Upper-classmen versus 'Freshmen +o climax
'I'l'1e men's ini+ia+ion-Backwards Day.
TC DADS HAVE THEIR DAY
Dzulm were hoiiorenl on the Iowa State Teachers
College ezuiiplis on TCR Dzuhs Day, October Qrh.
Orgzuiizzitiom :xml iloriiiitoriea helil coffee hours Sut-
urrlzzy' nfteriiooii as the fathers hegzui to arrive. At
4:30 p.m. the clzuls were iiiviteil to see Il variety show
in the Couiiiiom Hzillroom. After 11 special D:1c1's Dui'
flimier prepzireei hy the Coiiiiiiom' fooml service, stil-
fleiitx, fzitheix, :mil faculty were on hand for a non-
eoiifereiiee foothzill game hetweeii TCR Pzuithers :incl ,
Drake. :Xt half-time XII: llzirshzill Torgersoii, ,Ierry's
ilzui, was nzmiefl Dail of the Day. Informal flzmciiig in
the Commons followerl the gzmie. D:ui'5 Day activities
were eoiiehuleal on Suiiclziy with zi Npeeizll ehzlpel service.
During the fall quarter the department of Lan-
guages, Speech and Literature presented The Playboy
of the W'esterrz Wyorld, a poetic Irish comedy by John
lldillington Synge. The entire play takes place in a
country public-house on the wild coast of llrlayo in
which Snyge portrays the simple earthiness and vitality
of the Irish people. Hazel Strayer directed this three
act comedy and Stanley Wood was the designer and
technician. Charlotte Lawton designed the costumes.
Playboy Christy Mahon, played by Lyle Fisher
woos Pegeen Mike iLaVonne Gross, with prom-
ises ot a lite ot adventure and romance.
IRISH COMEDY CHOSEN FOR FALL PLAY
The village girls, played by Beverly Carpenter, Evelyn Psaros, Audrey Hayes, and Liana Christot-
tersen, urge Christy Mahon to come with them and take part in "The Games."
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There were symptoms of school spirit for the 195-l
Homecoming week-end as early as Thursday night
when enthusiastic snake dancers invaded the dormi-
tories, Commons and the library.
Students were excused from Friday afternoon classes
at which time a pep rally was held on the lawn south
of the Commons. Coach Starheck told the group what
student-support means to a team, and Dr. Rath empha'
sized the importance of real spirit. After the variety
show Friday evening, the students gathered for a bon-
fire hy the men's tennis courts. Crackling flames.
cheering, and singing made the cider and doughnuts,
which were served afterwards, taste especially good.
The arrival ot Saturday brought many enthusiastic
parade viewers to watch the variety of lloats, clowns,
hands, and the Homecoming Queen and her attendants.
The Homecoming enthusiasm was climaxed at the
game with South Dakota C. Between halves Home-
coming Queen Klary Conrad and her attendants were
introduced to the game spectators. Although TC lost
hy the close score of 3-l-33, everyone agreed it was a
"thriller." Saturday evening found TC students and
"alums" dancing to the music of jimmy Smith and his
orchestra. Homecoming events were concluded on
Sunday with a Homecoming Chapel and Concert.
Cheerleaders lead a snake dance to inifiate cuf day
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Cheerleaders bring on the players 'through a student tunnel af the
school splril' to fhe Homecoming crowd
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Campbell Hall exhibifs fhe winning house decora+ions.
Chi's lake second place honors in fhe floaf con+es+.
Campus ofiicers serve supper +o s+uden+s on "cu'r day."
The performers receive +he iasf round of
applause af+er H-me Homecoming Variefy
S+uden+s and "alums" enioy
Hue Homecoming Dance on
Homecoming Queen Mary Conrad graciously accep+s +he honor and flowers presenfed 'l'o her.
Queen Mary reigns over 'rhe I954 Homecoming
LECTURE-CONCERT PRESENTS READINGS AND OPERA
Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn
One of the foremost acting couples of the American
stage, Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn, brought forth
enthusiastic responses from a packed auditorium on the
first night of the regular Lecture-Concert Series. They
presented a delightful program of varied reading ex-
cerpts fl'OIl1 many selections of both prose and drama.
The program ranged all the way from "Hamlet', to
"Streetcar Named Desire" and was designed to satisfy
all tastes. The program was described as exceptional
and was greeted with genuine applause.
The second in the series of the Lecture-Concerts at
the college featured the Goldoysky Theater which pre-
sented the famous English version of Rossini's opera,
"Barber of Seville." The cast and orchestra for the
performance were made up entirely of members of the
theater group founded in 1946 by Goldoysky, The
performance was judged as "first-rate" by members of
the college music faculty.
TC DANCE -- DOGPATCH STYLE
Couples, literally clothed in rags, were dressed ap-
propriately for the traditional Sadie Hawkins Day,
November 19th. The featured event was a dance in
the Commons Ballroom, Dogpatch style. Highlights of
the evening were the many mock weddings performed
by Marryin' Sams, Fred Loffredo and Gus Gattog
picture taking by a Dogpatch photographerg refresh-
ments, and a contest for best costumes. Donna Isaac-
son and "Swede" Rosene won first place and received
tickets for the Christmas formal. Bobby Andrews' or-
chestra provided the music. Bud Ball was chairman of
the event sponsored by the Social Life Committee.
PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA PRESENTS JAZZ CONCERT
Phi Klu Alpha Sinfonia presented "Dimension in
jazz No. 6" on November 22nd and 23rd in the col-
lege auditorium. Dean Landfear, who has his own
disk jockey show on XVKIT, Cedar Rapids, acted as
master of ceremonies for both performances. The mu-
si-: of well-known American jazz artists was featured
with special arrangements hy members of the Beta Nu
Chapter of Phi llu Alpha Sinfonia. Larry llattox,
P. bl. Kleliehar, Darrell Seott, and Bill Olson were in
charge of arrangements. Special guests were vocalists
Betty Olinger, a freshman student, and Roger llax-
well, a TC alumnus.
Bud Boughfon, Armand Baker, John An-
dersen, and Norm Egli sing at fhe Jazz
FACULTY HAS FIRST OF THREE YEARLY DANCES
Under the co-chairmanship of Dr. and illrs. Lyman
Peck, the faculty dance club arranged the fall quarter
formal for faculty members. Since it was organized in
1952, this club has arranged three dances yearly, all of
which are formal. At the fall formal, faculty members
danced to the music of the jamvets. Intermission en-
tertainment featured lyliss Ellen Aakvik at the piano.
Particularly enjoyed by the faculty was the game
"What's Bly Father's Linef' in which a panel tried to
guess the fathers' occupations of various faculty mem-
lllembers of the Alpha Chi Epsilon fraternity, Delta
Delta Phi sorority, and Lawther Hall Chorus heralded
the forthcoming Christmas season at the annual Tree
Lighting Ceremony. This was the first of the many
traditional holiday festivities. Students and faculty
huddled together on the south lawn of the Commons
as President lllaucker flicked the switch which set
aglou' the Christmas tree lights, Near the tree a nativ-
ity scene took on a deeper meaning as carolers sang the
Mr. Redner and instrumentalists lead student carolers.
TREE LIGHTING HERALDS CHRISTMAS SEASON
The Alpha Chi's, Delt's, and Lawther Chorus carol to the students at the close ot the tree lighting ceremony.
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Social Life "throws'l snow ball-hguratively speak-
ing, that is. Sponsored by the Social Life Committee,
the Christmas formal had chosen for its theme, "Snow
Ballf' Greeting the winter quarter at the dance, TC
students and friends danced around the specially con-
structed snowball decoration in the center of the Coni-
mons ballroom floor. Dancing under soft lights to the
music of Larry Barrett and his orchestra, TC'ers
agreed that the dance was very successful.
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TWO ORATORIOS PRESENTED AT CHRISTMAS CONCERT
For the annual Christmas concert, the department
of Klusie presented the oratorio "Childhood of Christ"
in honor of the 150th anniversary of the birth of thc
Composer, Berlioz. In addition, there was the tradi-
tional presentation of Handel's "ll'Iessiah." About 200
of TC's vocalists and instrumentalists united their
talents during many hours of rehearsing to make the
program a success. Dr. Nlyron Russell conducted the
oratorio chorus and the College symphony orchestra
while an appreciative audience looked on.
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Sfudents and faculty eat Christmas dinner together in the Commons dining room.
TC'ERS ENJQY CHRISTMAS DINNER AND CAROLING
Honorary music fra+erni'I'ies sing Chris+mas carols +o TC
Turkey and all the trimmings were served Decem-
ber l-l-, by the Commons food service for the tradi-
tional TC Christmas dinner to which students, faculty
and members of the staff were invited. lllore than
1,800 people enjoyed the meal, Following the dinner,
Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Blu Alpha Sinfonia, hon-
orary musie fraternities, presented Z1 carol concert in
in the Commons ballroom.
"NOT BY BREAD ALONE" THEME OF RELIGION WEEK
During Religion-in-Life YVeelc, January 9 to 12, a
campus-wide effort was made to present to students
and faculty the religious values in life. The theme was
"Not By Bread Alone," and the leaders were Dr.
VVilliam Donald Il, Reverend Robert Larson, Father
lllanternach, and Rabbi YValter Plaut.
The week opened with College Chapel on Sunday
with Dr. Donald speaking. Highlights of the week's
activities were the fireside chats in the Georgian
Lounge, informal Buzz Sessions in the dorms, an All-
College Convocation, lllorning llleditations in the
Rabbi Plaut, Dr. William Donald, Dr. Bernhard, Reverend
Robert Donald, Father Malernaclt and Marybelle Chase
plan the religious activities schedule.
college auditorium, and classroom sessions. Activities
were brought to a close by an All-Campus Communion
Service in the auditorium. This annual event is pre-
sented by the Religion-in-Life Commission of the Stu-
dent Council of Religious Activities.
The college clergy awail' the communion service.
The shepherds and shepherdesses dance gauly un a woodland glen.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT PRESENTS TWO COMIC OPERAS
Two short comic operas were presented by the de-
partment of hlusic this year. The first, lXIozart's
"Bastien and Bastiennef' was the fanciful story of two
lovers who had a misunderstanding and the sorcerer
who brought them together again. The part of Bastien
was sung by Barbara Priest, Bastienne by Sylvia Lar-
son and Alphy Adams, and the sorcerer by Dave
The second opera, "Comedy on the Bridge" by Klar-
tinu, depicted several people who were trapped on a
bridge by two opposing armies. All had humorous per-
sonal problems to solve while the battle roared around
them. The lead roles were sung by Beverly Hilmer,
John Van Epps, Jerry lX'IcRoberts, hlary lWcClure
and Keith llloreland. The soldiers were played by
Dave Liljegren, Russell King, Richard Frantz and
WARFIELD AND CERF. WINTER CONCERT PERFORMERS
The third in the series of Lecture Concerts featured
llr. Bennett Cerf, a gentleman who braved both ice
and snow and foul weather to make his scheduled ap-
pearance at Iowa State Teachers College. After being
unable to make an appearance the previous year be-
cause of the before mentioned bad weather, he brought
to the college audience a warm smile and an evening of
enjoyable humor. Cerf lived up favorably to the repu-
tation already gained through his writing and his ap-
pearance ou the well-known TY program, "XVhat's
Perhaps one of the most impressive performers of
the 195-l-1053 Lecture Concert Series, both on and off
the stage, was Klr. lVilliam Vvarfield, famous Negro
baritone. lVarfield, already world renowned from his
appearances in the opera and movies, held the audience A
emotionally bound with selections from both classical
and light opera. His program was concluded with the
inevitable "Old Klan River" from the movie, "Show
Boat," which literally brought down the house.
Mrs. F.D.R. graciously mee+s the TC student body at a
reception in the Georgian lounge a'H'er her lecfure.
MRS. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT VISITS TC
The fifth in this year's series of Lecture-Concerts
featured an address by lVIrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, "Do
Americans Fancy World Leadership." Although llrs.
Roosevelt is kept extremely busy with touring engage-
ments, column and book writing, and keeping up on
world events, TC found her to be a most cordial,
warm-hearted woman. After giving her lecture in the
college auditorium on February 15, lXIrs. Roosevelt at-
tended a reception given in her honor in the Georgian
lounge where she met and shook hands with her many
The Apollo Boys' Choir presented a concert during
the spring quarter.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
ALL-COLLEGE AUCTIONS FUND HITS NEW HIGH
Ron Roslcens auctioneers while Mr. McCue and
Miss Wilson appear on stage after switching
"Sis" Siemens asks Dr. Brothers to "Give Me A
Little Kiss, Will Ya, Huh?"
The All-College Auction is another traditional event
on the l.S.T.C. campus. Faculty members, students
and organizations donate everything from wire sculp-
ture to Turkish massages to be bid on by enthusiastic
buyers. The sky was the limit, and all the funds were
given to disease fighting associations. Auctioneer, Ron
Roskins with his "triple tonguedu bark, stimulated
buyers to keep bidding higher, and as a result, TC
broke all previous records for collecting money at the
Coeds demonstrate the latest dancing techniques with
C. T. Leavitt, M. J. Nelson and C. l.. Starbeclc.
Ralph Flanagan, his 13 piece orchestra, vocalists Kee
Largo, Johnny Amoroso, Val lllartinez and Flanagan's
Ralph Flan696n'5 V0CallS+- Kee I-GTQO. Sings +0 6 FSCGP- Flatbush Five presented a concert in the Teachers
five TC audience.
College auditorium on February S. lXIr. Flanagan is
known to many as "America's No. l Band Leader."
Qne of his numbers that was received with great en-
thusiasm by the TC audience was "VVhen the Saints
Come lllarching ln." lllr. Flanagan chose the four
OLD GOLD Beauty Queens during the intermission.
All ten beauty finalists were invited to be his back-
stage concert guests.
FLANAGAN PRESENTS CONCERT AND CHOOSES QUEENS
Mr. Flanagan and fhe beau+y finalis+s enjoy a backsfage get-+oge+her during intermission.
Of fhe 79 en+ries in 'Hue OLD GOLD Beauty Confesf, fhese 25 were judged finalists.
OLD GOLD BEAUTY AND POPULARITY CONTEST
A yearly winter event at TC is the OLD QEOLD Beau-
ty and Popularity Contest. Of 79 beauty entries, 25
were judged finalists to be put on the all-campus ballot.
Of these 25, the student body narrowed the candidates
to ten finalists. During the intermission of the Flana-
gan Concert, llr. Flanagan selected, with some dili-
culty, the four beauty queens. Of the 25 popularity
candidates sponsored by various organizations, the stu-
dent body directly elected four winners. The winners
of both the beauty and popularity contests were an-
nounced during the intermission of the OLD QEOLD
Beauty Dance by enicee Larry lviedmeyer.
Beau+y candida+es anxiously awaif +he confesf judging
held in Gilchrisi' Hall.
Candidafes Be++y Vance, Gloria Johnson, Brenda Benelce and Joan Plummer were chosen by Ralph Flanagan as +he
l955 OLD GOLD beaufy winners.
Elecied by +he s+uden+ body are popu-
lari+y winners Mary Ru'l'h Culberf, "Teg-
gie" Fuiimura, Ron Brinkley and Gus Gallo.
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SPONSORED BY NEWMAN CLUB
Emcee Larry Wnedmeyer m+roduces the beauty queens selected by Ralph Flanagan.
CLD GOLD SPONSORS BEAUTY DANCE
An annual TC event held after the OLD GOLD
Beauty and Popularity Contest is the OLD GOLD
Beauty Dance. This year's theme was "February
Fairylandf' The unusual decorations created by Ed
Harris featured paper birds in balloon-suspended hoop
and string cages. Couples danced to the music pro-
vided by Vance Dixon and his orchestra.
During the intermission, emcee Larry VViedmeyer,
who was in charge of the OLD CEOLD Beauty and
Popularity Contest, introduced the ten beauty finalists,
four of whom he announced to be the OLD GOLD
beauty winners as selected by Ralph Flanagan. The
four winners of the popularity contest, elected by the
student body, were also announced. Roses were given
to the beauty winners, and the popularity winners re-
ceived gifts. Additional intermission entertainment in-
cluded two numbers by the "Four Collegiansl' quarter,
Bud Houghton, Armand Baker, john Andersen and
Chairman of the dance committee was llflickey llflc-
Garvey. Committee members were Larry Wiedmeyer,
Edwin Harris, Nlary Lehrer, Norman Walter and
Tegeus, fhe Roman guard played by John Andersen, and Dynamene, lhe
widow lElizabel'h Billlel drink a 'ioasl' 1-0 life. assisfed by Doro lLiane Chrisiof-
fersenl, who approves of leaving Deafh and +he Tomb..
TWO ONE-ACT WINTER PLAYS BY FRY
.ln Evening with Christopher Fry, produced in Feb-
ruary, included two poetic comedies by this British
dramatist. J Phoenix Too Frequent is laid in ancient
Rome, and The Boy lfith il Cart has medieval Eng-
land for its setting. Fry usually expresses himself in
the form of comedy but his comic spirit is founded on
serious themes. He is concerned with the mystery of
life and death and the redeeming nature of love. lNIod-
ern critics have welcomed him as the most refreshing
and stimulatingvoice to be heard on the stage today.
A kindly villager lKenne+h Rowel invi-ies 1-he Boy lRober+
Hellandl and his mo+her lEvelyn Psarosl fo +ake up
Betty Vance crowns Del Nicklaus the "most eligible bachelor."
WOMAN'S WORLD --THEME OF FEMMES FANCY
This year's "Femmes Fancy" entitled "lt's a VVom-
an's YVorld" featured entertainment and decorations
Covering literally the whole Hworldf' Bobby Andrews
and his orchestra played for the informal dance. This
is one of the two events during the year to which the
young ladies may invite the elusive young bachelor of
their choice. Awards for the most original eorsage and
"most eligible baehelorn were presented during the
course of the evening's activities. Each woman pays
the expense and presents her bachelor with his eorsage.
The most original eorsage was made by Shirley Gard-
ner for Richard Starr. Del Nicklaus was declared
TC's 'lmost eligible baehelorf'
Dick S+arr's corsage, made by Shirley Gardner,
wins firsi prize.
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CAMPUS RADIO STATION MAKES TESTS
Plans for a campus radio station, KYTC, Know
Your Teachers College, went into testing stages during
January and February of 1955 when a booster unit
was installed in Bartlett Hall for testing purposes.
After a year of planning and equipment building, the
campus radio committee saw their plans go into initial
operations. The transmitter, situated in llflr. Hake's
radio and TV studios, was built by Ed VVest with sug-
gestions from NIL lllatala of the Industrial Arts de-
VVith the cooperation of Bartlett Hall listeners, the
testing equipment was perfected enough that the cam-
pus radio committee approved the ordering of addi-
tional equipment necessary to provide transmitting fa-
cilities to the remaining dormitories. When and if put
into daily operation, the station, staffed by students,
will be used for a laboratory for those students inter-
ested in this area of communication.
Marilyn Turnquisl' interviews assisfanl' regisfrar Merrill Funk about prereglsfrahon
LIBRARY HOME OF FACT AND FICTION
The Teachers College library has long been a center
of study, research, and reading. XVirh the addition of
the graduate degree the excellent resources of the
building have been used more than ever. Students
gather there to use references and collect material and
ideas for papers, projects and classes. You can always
find someone escaping the wear and tear of classes and
studies by reading a good novel or magazine. The
fourth floor, housing the college museum, has every-
thing from stuffed moose to Indian relics. VVhether
you are checking a date, making a date or meeting a
date it can be and is done at the library.
PRESIDENT STRIVES FOR "DEDICATED COMMUNITY"
President yl. YV. III:iucker, fifth president of Iowa
State Teachers College. assumed the responsibilities of
college :ulministrative head in September of IQSO. In
the past live years Dr. XIaucl4er has not only served as
a capable representative of the college to the public and
the State Board of lfducation, but has also proved to be
a true leader to thousands of young men and women
who will teach or are teaching in the classrooms today.
Dr. Klaucker has devoted a large share of his life to
the improvement of the American system of education.
He believes that students, faculty, and administration
of ilieachers College should strive to make the college a
"dc-ilicateil community," a community dedicated to the
service of society through the improvement of one of its
basic social institutions-the public school.
Dr. IXIaucker has said, "Our most important task is
to develop a unity of spirit, a unifying sense of mission
-and that unifying concept for us lies in recognition
of a fundamental obligation to support, interpret, and
assist in the improvement of the American system of
free public schools."
Since his graduation in 1033 from Augustana Col-
lege, Rock Island, Illinois, Dr. hlauclcer has met the
obligation from more than one direction. He received
his master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees
from the State University of Iowa, where he worked
as a graduate assistant in education. His experience as
an educator-researcher includes former positions as re-
search assistant in tests and measurements, assistant
professor of education, extension specialist, superin-
tendent's assistant, and personnel research officer in the
Bureau of Naval Personnel.
Dr. Martin J. Nelson
Dean oi lhe Colleqe, Dean oi Instruction
ADMINISTRATION HAS NEWLY CREATED FIELD SERVICE
College administration procedures were facilitated
during the past year with the creation of a field service
division coordinating the activities of the extension ser-
vice, placement bureau, alumni bureau, public school
relations and radio-television.
Under the new plan, the number of administrative
officers reporting directly to President VV. hlaucker
is reduced from 11 to four, providing better integration
of related activities and speeding steps in policy making.
The divisions of student personnel service, instruc-
tion, and business and plant continue largely under the
same organization, with a few changes being made for
better correlation of activities.
Dr. Daryl Pendergraft is head of the field service
division. Other division heads are Dr. Paul Bender,
dean of studentsg Dr. ll-'I. J. Nelson, -dean of instruc-
tion and dean of the collegeg and Phillip Jennings,
Included under the division of field services are Dr.
Pendergraftg Herbert V. Hake, director of radio and
television, Dr. Raymond J. Schlicher, director of the
placement bureaug lllilo Lawton, assistant in charge
of alumni activitiesg Richard Rowray, public school re-
lations counselor, and Robert E. Davis, radio assistant.
Dr. Joseph Gamet, director of the student health
service, passed on in mid-February. Dr. Gamet had
headed the college health division since 1945 when he
came here from Janesville, VVisconsin, where he was
on the staff of a clinic.
Dr. William C. Lang
Coorclinalor of Curriculum, Assislanl io
Dean of lnsiruclion
Dr. Marshall R. Beard
Dr. Tom A. Lamlce
Coorclinaior of Research, Assisianl' +0
Dean of Inslruclion
Dr. Paul F. Bender
Dean of Sfudenfs
Dr. Daryl Pendergra'F+
Diredor of Field Services
Dr. Marian McBrair
Associafe Dean of Sfuderfrs
Dr. Paul C. Kelso
Coordinelor of Sludenl Counseling
Philip C. Jennings
Business Manager and Secrelrary
H. V. Hake
Diredror ol Radio and Television
Dr. Raymond J. Schlicher
Direc+or of 'rlme Placemenl Bureau
Eldon E. Cole
Direcfor of Deparlmenlr of Physical Planf
George H. Holmes
Direc+or of College Relalions
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Direcror of Research
Dr Harold E Bernhard
Dlrecfor of The Bureau of Rehgnous Achvmes
Dr. Joseph H. Gamef
Direcror of Healfh Service
Direcror of Food Service
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Dr. Guy Wagner
Direcfor of Curriculum Laborafory
A mon+hly even+ for TC faculiy members is a mee+ing in which 'rhey help clel-ermine some of 'lhe educarional policies ol'
GRADUATE COUNCIL-Lang, Rod, Thompson, Nelson, Bishop, Russell, Reninger, Van Engen, and Beard, noi picfurecl.
The Graduafe Council makes decisions concerning siandards and policies relaling fo 'I'he func+ioning ancl improvemenl'
o'F +he new gradua+e program.
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ART-ROW I: D. Delafielcl, H. GUILLAUME, C. Herrold, R. Haskell. ROW 2: C. Fowler, J. Page, P. Smith, G. Pappas, K. Gcgel.
ART PRESENTS VARIOUS EXHBBITS
Dr. Harry G. Guillaume looks over +he projects +ha+
Nancy Hicks and John Roche are working on in his
Man and Materials class.
Every student has the opportunity at some time to
become acquainted with the Art department through
the general education course called Klan and llate-
rials. An attempt is made here to develop an under-
standing of the relationships between art expression
and the Clllflll'C' in which it was developed, with em-
phasis on modern art. Other courses offered by the
Art department include basic drawing, designing with
materials, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and metal and
jewelry work. In addition, specialized Courses are of-
fered for elementary teachers. During the year the Art
department sponsored nine exhibitions.
BUSINESS EDUCATION HAS VARIED TRAINING
The department of Business Education trains stu-
dents in all a1'eas of business from administration and
accounting, through advanced secretarial education. A
comfortable and pleasant working atmosphere is pro-
vided in business education courses by modern ollice
machines, cheerful blond classroom furniture, posture
chairs, and adjustable typewriting desks. Business edu-
cation students also have the opportunity for actual
work experience in offices and stores.
Dr. Lloyd Douglas ins+ruc+s Mary Heisler
and Rurh Bergman in +he filing duhes of
sfudeni' assisfanfs in Ihe depar+men+al of
BUSINESS EDUCATION-ROW I: A. Lebeda L DOUGLAS K Humphrey ROW 2 J Blanford P Haines
EDUCATION-ROW I: E. Boehlie, C. BISHOP, N. Hampfon, M. Buswell. ROW 2: E. Hulf, R. Balmer, M. Price. E. Denny H Knutson
ROW 3: W. Silvey, H. Riebe, G. Rhum, O. Thompson, E. Ferneau, A. Brown.
EDUCATION STAFF CONDUCTS FIVE CONFERENCES
This year the department of Education began the
direction of the Educational Clinic with the assistance
of Dr. Kliles V. Zintz. The clinic works with reme-
dial problems of children and acts as a referral agency
for college students who desire help. Dr. Albert Ceck-
er, a clinical psychologist, and two graduate assistants,
Klr. Ron Roskens and Klrs. Sylvia Hazama, joined the
staff this year. llemhers of the staff conducted five
conferences: the lflementary Tfducation Conference,
the Secondary Tfducation Conference, the Elementary
and junior High School Principals and Supervisors
Conference, the American junior Red Cross Confer-
ence, and the Parent-Teacher Conference. Two work-
shops, The Teaching of Reading and The Junior High
Curriculum, were held last summer.
Dr. Clifford Bishop and Dr. Albert Uecker look on as
Dr. Miles Zintz demons+ra+es +he newly purchased Key
Dr. Elisabefh Sufherland and Lavonne Wenger watch
Joan Landman pu+ fhe finishing 'touches on her ginger-
The purpose of the Home lfconomics department is
to provide a well balanced background for the future
teachers of home economics. The areas covered in this
department are relationships in the home, textiles and
clothing, foods and nutrition, and methods of teaching
home economics. The home-management house is in
full operation again this year and provides practical
experience on campus. Another program begun this
year is the nursery school for use in child development
classes. This plan facilitates learning about children
and provides a nursery school for near-by children,
many of whom are residents of Sunset Village.
HOME EC. OPERATES HOME-MANAGEMENT HOUSE
HOME ECONOMICS-ROW I: R. Allen, E. Shores, L. Buckingham. ROW 2: J. Yeager.
O. Holliday, E. SUTHERLAND.
INDUSTRIAL ARTSiROW I: H. REED. ROW 2: W. Wagner, H. Palmer. ROW 3: R. Mafala, E.
Crosby, L. Wright.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS EMPHASIZES PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
Practical education and experience are stressed in the
Industrial Arts department where instruction is of-
ferecl in technical drziwing, graphic arts, electricity and
radio, metzilwork, XI'O0lIXYOl'IC, :incl transportation. Be-
sides teaching these courses, various members of the
staff :llso serve the schools of the state throughout the
school year as consultants through the Extension Ser-
vice. During the coming sunnner session, the clepzirt-
ment plans to offer two worl-zshops, each two weeks in
length, in zultlition to the regularly offered courses in
ilrnwing, inetzilwork, Illlll XVO0LIXI'0l'Ii.
Dr. Howard Reed demonslrafes +he proper mefhod of
sharpening a bif as Frank Carfhey looks on.
LANGUAGES, SPEECH AND LITERATURE NEWLY FORMED
LANGUAGE, SPEECH AND LITERATURE-ROW l: E. McDavi'H', M. B. Smith, H. Strayer, H. RENINGER, E. Miller, W. Fagan, L. Wagner.
ROW 2: E. Maurer, E. Fossum, M. Hanawalr, T. Thompson, R. Flowers, A. Hanson. ROW 3: J. Schaefer, J. Fox, E. Smith, H. Bernhard, D.
Williams, J. Cowley, L. Taylor.
Dr. H. W. Reniger discusses future graduate work
with Paul Sfanwood, graduafing English maior.
The department of Languages, Speech and Litera-
ture is a new department which incorporates three for-
rner departments: English, Speech, and Foreign Lan-
guages. During the year a committee has been working
on the development of a new communications program
of which the first two pilot courses may be taught dur-
ing the fall quarter of 1955. Dr. Josef Fox presented
a course in Humanities HI, "Ancient Times to the
Renaissance," on station VVOI-TV. The department
sponsors two interest organizations, the Speech Activi-
ties Club under Dr. Lillian R. VVagner, and College
Players, directed by Miss Hazel Strayer. Six faculty
members received a raise in rank, effective September,
llainy iinprovements have been made in the college
lIbl'2ll'j' this year. The inside of the building received n
thorough repainting. The old ezlrd catalogues were re-
placed :intl new fluorescent lighting was installed. Al-
most one hundred new subscriptions were added to the
periotlieul list and twelve years each of the Nvzz' Yorl'
YIIIIIKX :intl the Drs .Iloimx Rrgistw- were zulcletl to the
inierolilni files. Thur more students are making use of
the improved facilities is evidenced by the fact that en-
rollinent in library orientation classes has doubled since
Donald Rod and Sandra Eisele read a microfilm
proiecfion of a newspaper.
LIBRARY SCIENCE IMPROVES FACILITIES
LIBRARY SCIENCE-ROW I: L. McCusker, E. Mullins, G. Voelker, A. McLeod, M. Dieferich. ROW 2: E. Noonan, F. Cram, D. ROD, I. Harl,
R. Johnson, M. Fullerton.
MATHEMATICS-ROW I: A. Schurrer, F. Lott, G. Gibb. ROW 2: L. Peck, H. VAN
ENGEN, I. Brune.
MATHEMATICS SPONSORS SUMMER WORKSHOPS
Dr. Henry Van Engen demonstrates the opera
tion of the quadrafrix to John Newton, Sallly
McCartney, and Mary Ploog.
Faculty members of the llathematics department
have been busy both here on campus and in national
activities. During the summer, workshops in arith- h an
metic and secondary mathematics brought visiting lec- I
turers to our campus. Dr. H. Van Engen was ap-
pointed editor of Zllathenzatics Teacher, the official
journal of the National Council of Teachers of llath-
ematics. Dr. Glenadine Gibb completed her third year
as a member of the Board of Directors of the Central
Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers and
also received her doctorate from the University of VVis-
consin. Several members of the department presented
papers at national meetings and wrote articles which
were published in various mathematics magazines. Dr.
Lyman C. Peck and Dr. Augusta Schurrer were pro-
moted from the rank of "instructor" to that of "assis-
MUSIC ROW I J Birlchead E Bock O Barlt r M RUSSELL J Maxwell J. Mauclr. ROW 2: A. Reclner, R. Horcl, F. Hill, E. Aalxvilr, W.
Latham K Holvik R Baum ROW? J Burns W Macy W Coleman R Ruegnifz, H. Holsf, M. Howe. i
MUSIC PRESENTS MANY CONCERTS
A highlight in the year's activities of the the Klusic
department was the presentation at Christmas of "The
Childhood of Christ," by Berlioz. This presentation,
featuring student soloists, was given in addition to
HI1I1LlCliS "lIessiah" which the orchestra, choruses, and
faculty soloists present annually. The department also
sponsored several orchestra, band, and choral concertsg
operasg faculty and student recitalsg and, in coopera-
tion with Phi Blu Alpha Sinfonia national honorary
inusic fraternity, the illusic department sponsored the
annual jazz conce1't.
Dr Myron Russel conducts 'rhe orchesfra as if prepares
or 'the Messiah.
MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION-ROW I: L. MENDENHALL, A. Dickenson, C. Sfarbeclr, W. Koll. ROW 2: W. Whirford, J. Clark, S. Hall.
MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION TRAINS COACHES
L. L. Mendenhall clemons+ra+es +o Tom Holmberg and Bob
Hansmeier, members of his games class, +he proper me+h-
od of stroking the handball.
In addition to its specialized program of training I
future coaches, the department of lX'Ien's Physical Edu-
cation provides physical activities for all men students,
The main areas in physical education covered are recre-
ational leadership, supervision of physical education
and fundamentals of different sports such as football,
basketball, wrestling, and track. Klr. Stanley Hall was
added to the staff this year as basketball coach, re-
placing Hon Nordly.
WOMEN'S PHYS. EDUCATION SPONSORS MANY CLUBS
Dr. Jean Bonfz poin+s ou+ an importani' technique
in playing badminton +o Marjorie Simonsen, Lucille
Miller, and Martha Marsh.
The department of Physical Education for VVomen
offers a broad instructional and recreational program.
The opportunity to participate in a wide variety of
leisure-time activities is provided by classes in individ-
ual and team sports, aquatics, and rhythmic activities,
and by a program of recreational swimming, winter
sports, and provision of picnic facilities. The depart-
ment also sponsors several interest organizations in-
cluding the Physical Education Club which is open to
all physical educational majors and minorsg Orchesisg
Klarlinsg and YVomen's Recreation Association.
WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION-ROW I: S. Winsburg, M. BuHerwor+h, J. BONTZ, W. Wesley, G. VanNess. ROW 2: T. Shor+, B.
Swanson, E. Crawford, D. Moon.
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SCIENCE-ROW I: M. Grant, R. Getchell, C. LANTZ, E. Cable, H. Rath, E. Smith. ROW 2: H. Fowler, R. Rogers, P. Sauer, C. Mc-
Collum, M. Uttley, W. Poppy, J. Shannon. ROW 3: J. Kercheval, C. Brothers, E. Wittlalre, H. Nelson, O. Reece, L. Winier.
SCIENCE SPONSORS CONSERVATION CAMP
Dr. C. W. Lantz examines bacterial cultures with
Mary Hurlbul' and Charles Anderson.
The Science department includes the fields of agri-
culture, biology, chemistry, earth science and physics.
Special attention is given to conservation education in
the field work offered at the Iowa Teachers Conserva-
tion Camp at Springbrook State Park. In recognition
of the work done at this camp, the National Associa-
tion of Conservation Education presented the college a
certificate award this year for "outstanding leadership
in advancing conservation education." Other special
projects for the year were a Science Fair, an Atomic
Energy Workshop, and a Field Natural History
Course covering the Northwestern section of the
United States. The college was also a host this spring
to the lllidwest College Science Teachers.
SOCIAL SCIENCE PLANS EUROPEAN TRIP
Dr. M. R. Thompson looks over a popula+ion map
with Karen Knox and Russel Pieper.
The Social Science department for a long time has
been carefully planning a summer seminar in England
and on the Continent. The plan will be realized when
approximately thirty-eight students accompanied by
Dr. ll. R. Thompson and Dr. Lyman H. Harris set
sail for Ashridge College, Berkhamstcd, England,
where the first five weeks of the seminar will be spent.
This will be followed by a twenty-day motor-coach
study tour on the Continent. The staff hopes this trip
will be as profitable as last yearls traveling seminar
which was spent in the Southwest United States.
SOCIAL SCIENCE-ROW I: L. Sage, G. Pooge, M. THOMPSON, R. Strain, M. Hunter. ROW 2: L. Harris, W.
Lang, C. Leavilf, D. Howard, P. Bradley. ROW 3: W. Dee, L. Bullena, M. Crawford, H. Jones, R. Fahrney.
TEACHING-ROW I: E. Manfor, M. Slone, C. Jackson, D. CURTIS, R. Bebb, M. Schools, N. Schneider. ROW 2: E. Sfeininger, E. Camp-
bell, E. McBride, R. Hanson, H. Brown, F. Kasislre, J. Bronczylr, E. Ruman. ROW 3: L. Stolssfad, J. Przychodzin, M. Hosier, C. HoFfman, M.
Sfruble, P. Mazula, F. Feiler, G. Shepherd. ROW 4: A. Emmons, M. Lindeman, D. Herrick, B. Roth, R. LaH'in, D. Winelce, C. Harper.
TEACHING SUPERVISES STUDENT TEACHERS
Under the supervision of the department of Teach- VVaterloog Greeley's rural schoolg and the Indepen-
ing, every student has the opportunity to do actual in- dence schools, Independence. Section B of the new
class teaching before graduation. This experience al- campus school, which has been under construction dur-
lows the prospective teacher to gain self-confidence and ing the past year, will be ready for occupancy by the
capability and prepares him for his teaching position. high school this fall. Physical education facilities will
Student teachers are trained in the campus schools: be needed to complete the building.
Hudson School at Hudson: Edison Elementary School,
TEACHING-ROW I: D. Koehring, L. Harmon, J. Winlxileman, M. Brown, C. Phillips, M. Divelbess, L. Sheffe. ROW 2: R. Hutcheson, F.
Seeber, M. Holmberg, M. Walter, M. Schmitt, A. Madore. ROW 3: E. Opfer, V. Mork, W. Gohman, A. PoHer, H. VanderBeeIc, R. Paulson,
A. Wilmarfh. ROW 4: M. Schultz, F. Hartwell, G. EIIio+'r, P. Brimm, W. Walsh, W. Maricle.
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The Student League Board, organized in 1943, is
the coordinator of all student government groups
and a mediator between the administration and the
student body. Presidents of all housing units, A.XV.S.,
KIen's Lvnion, and the chairmen of the four standing
eommitteesAorganizations. social life, lecture-concert,
and student-faculty relations-are members of the
Board. Hon'ever, meetings are open to any student or
faculty member who is interested. The olheers this
year were Dick Lieb, president: Don Holland, vice-
presidentg and Shirley Klahannah, secretary.
Members of Ihe S+uden+ League Board discuss a curren+
question af a mee+ing.
THREE MAIN GOVERNING BODIES REPRESENT STUDENTS
STUDENT LEAGUE BOARD-ROW l: Marian McBrair, Don Holland, Dick Lieb, Shirley Mahannah, Jean McGrew. ROW 2: Mary Heisler,
Pal Yafes, Mary Ruth Culberl, Sandra Waldron, Jenise Schnur. ROW 3: Charles Ball, William Olson, Don Wilschulz, Gary Gorham, Don
MEN'S UNION-ROW it Robert McCue, Jerry Reynolds, Jean McGrew, Bernie
Thielen. ROW 2: Don Meyer, David Baker, Dick Milfs, Dale Black. ROW 3: Don
Adams, Vern Rosene, Duane Schroeder, Dick Starr, Bob Jones.
The Association of VVomen Students and the lklenls
Union coordinate all activities on campus and act on
legislation which is necessary for the welfare of the
students. The Style Show in the fall quarter was spon-
sored by the two groups. Officers for A. VV. S. this
year were -lenise Sehnur, president, Ruth Fellows, vice-
president: Betty Vance, secretary, and Patty Hake,
treasurer. For the lNIen's Union, oHieers were Jean
lXICG1'ew, president, Neil Ver Hoef, vice-presidentg
and jerry Reynolds, SCCl'Cf211'y-U'C8.SLlI'Cl'.
ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS-ROW I: Marian McBrair, PaHy Hake, Jenise Schnur, Ru+h Fellows, Betty Vance. ROW
2: Joeffa Mosley, Phyllis Johnson, Pai Yates, Pat G-ranau, Anne Parks. ROW 3: Kay Calonkey, Beverly Hurt, Sandra Waldron,
BeHy Ves'l'al, Shirley Mahannah, Mary Heisler. ROW 4: Mildred Harfbeck, Dolores Sommerdorf, Shirley Renander, Marybelle Chase,
Mary Ruth Culberf, Corrine Larson, Lavon Burrichfer.
BAKER HALL HOUSE COUNCIL-ROW I' Dick S+arr, Sem Masf, Gary Gorham, Duane Schroeder, R. Ruff. ROW 2: Al
Zarilis, Don Kolsrud, Jerry Reynolds, Erwin Chrisfianson. POW 3: Frank Hurst Charles Ball, Bill Anderson, Duane Wombolf, Fred
BAKER HOUSES 130 MEN
IO:I5 finds Jack Nielsen making lhal' lasl' minute call
Baker Hall, which accouiniotlates 130 students, is
tht- oltlm-st mt-n's dormitory on campus. Time for rc-
lnxzarifm this year fouml Baker Hall residents in their
lmingc, which is pwwitlcd with lzirgc, soft chairs, an V'
zrssmtiiiciit of hooks, qi phrmogrziph, :mil ll TY set. Im- X ef
piirtaiit zrctivitics for the year inulurlcml decorating for
llorncwiuirig, the Bzikcr Hall cliimcr, and pzlrticipzition
in intrz1m1ir:rl sports. llrs. Rzrxmonml Rutt was Baker A
llzrll's new mlircctor. Olhccrs this year wcrc fizrry fior-
hzrm, pi'm-sitlciitq IJIIJIIIC Schroctlcr, vicc-prcsialc-lit: Sam
Klint, sw'1'ctrri'yg :incl Dirk Starr, f1'CZl5l,ll'Cl'.
Vance Paulson, Pere Towne,
and "DuFFy' Chris+ianson
hurriedly shave before +heir
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Don Holland and Darrel Richard-
son shoof a game of eighl' ball as
John Brown and Wendell James
acl' as referees.
BARTLETT. HOME OF FROSH WOMEN
Hzirtlvtt Hull, the oltlcst zmil largest of the woiiieifs
l'CSltlCIlL'L' halls, lioust-ml 700 fivsliiiiziii women this year.
Previous to the election of freshman corriilor cliziirmcn,
fifty-live iipprrclziss women served :ls corridor chair-
men :intl senior counselors during the full quarter. The
dormitory pcrsonm-l director was Sur- l,iiml, and Shir-
ley Pom-ll scrwil :ls lgzlrtlcttls social ilirector.
lizirtlvtt rcsiilcnts proviilcil their own fllll in the
sprcziil :intl rccrczitioii rooms hy playing ping-pong.
czirils, cliuckers, :mil inning evening snacks. Other so-
t-itil zictivitic-s for the year iiiclinled pzijzimzi parties, Sun-
day morning hrczikfzists, :mil mcditzitions on Xvcnlnes-
drip' :mil 'lihursilziy evenings. The corridors also were
hosts or gnc-sts to other corridors in the dorm for
Teggie Fuiimura honors Joan Plummer in a mock
ceremony for the "l Love You Queen" af a Barl-
leH paiama parfy.
BARTLETT HALL HOUSE COUNCIL-POW I: Shirley Powell, Sherris Pierce, Phil Tienon, Roberfa Kenny, Beth Talcoll, Janef PlaHe, Teggie
Fuiimura, Barbara Teig, Connie Tennant, Sandy Ladehoff. ROW 2: Beverly Buffon, Evelyn Connor, Bonnie Carfer, June Talxamiya, Joyce
Grandgeorge, lone Jacobsen, Cynfhia Olsgaard, Lois Held, Virginia Kier, Marilyn Slamp, Donna Gardner, Jean Lawson. ROW 3: Alphy
Adams, Nancy Newton, Elaine Ruen, Lorna Tiffany, Mary Graham, Diane Krulcow, Carol Pelerson, Elva Smilh, Lois Wilson, Donna Madsen,
Shirley Henfzelmen, Virginia Pollock, Phyllis Pearson, Earlene Shourelc. POW 4: Jan Piper, Virginia Douglass, Barbara Nagel, Sue Jean Simms,
Marian Shindoll, Nancy Tanner, Jackie Vanderwaal, Annmarie Nolle, Vonnie Olsberg, Kay Woody, Marlene Lehman, Judy Bernhard, Carol
Moore, Marjorie Lawson, Marilyn Car+er, Wava Palmer, Berry Molloy. ROW 5: Ramona Vanicelr, Elsie Neve, Nancy Recror, Anifa Fouls,
Ellen Pearson, Avis Haller, Sylvia Grassfield, Nancy Kaslzadden, Joy Lemley, Marleen Anlcerson, Marcile Wisgerhof, Pal Sfewarf, Karalee
Champion, Carolyn Hill, Marlene Dunlap, Donna Linden, Camilla Fain, Janice Dickey.
Erlene Poppinga and Cla-
rine Nilles have a bile 'ro
eal' during a s+udy break.
Janice Anderson and Arlene Les+er play an
evening game of ping-pong.
CAMPBELL HALL HOUSE COUNCIL-ROW l: Joy Schwab, Pat Yates, Phyllis Johnson, Ruth Renaud. ROW 2: Phyllis
Gregg, Dorothy Sleege, Ruth Gibbs, Beverly Belson, Sally Maslre, Norma Abbas.
CA PBELL IS DEDICATED
Campbell Hall, the newest housing unit on the eam-
pus, was formally dedicated in December, 195-l. Sadie
li. Campbell, who served as Dean of lVomen at Iowa
State 'll-achers College for twenty-three years, was
guest of honor at the dedication ceremonies of the dor-
mitory named in her honor. Campbell Hall was named
tor bliss Campbell by proclamation of the State Board
ot lfdueation as a "lasting memorial of her service" to
the college. Kliss Campbell, who retired in lqil, IIOXY
lixes in Denver, Colorado.
Campbell Hall was first occupied in September,
1952. It is the residence hall for junior, senior, and
graduate women. This year, however, sixty freshman
women lived in Campbell Hall because of the in-
Patsy Yates was president of the hall this year.
Other members of the council were Phyllis johnson, -
vice-president, and Joy Schwab, secretary. Also in-
cluded were six standing committee chairmen and six
wing representatives. Director of the hall was Ruth
Miss Sadie B. Campbell holds a bouquel' of
red roses presenled to her a+ the dedicafion
by lhe women of Campbell Hall.
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LAWTHER WOMEN HAVE BUSY YEAR
'iVhen stepping inside the doors of Lawther Hall,
5 which houses approximately 400 sophomore women,
there seems to prevail an atmosphere of "rush." Law-
therls many activities this year included pajama parties,
coffee hours, Sunday morning breakfasts. and special
.ki week-end festivities. Also included in the program
were meditations on Thursday evenings. informal get-
togethers with the fellows from the men's residence
halls, dorm sings, inter-corridor parties, and birthday
dinners. Informal "gah" sessions at corridor meetings,
with a little food on the side, are a favorite pastime.
-lean lVilson was the new director ot Lawther Hall
and Klary Brandes, the assistant director. House
Council was composed of the corridor chairmen, com-
mittee chairmen and othcers, Klary Ruth Culhert,
l president: -loetta lllosley, vice-president: and Sally
Ann Kidwell and Mary Lou Lovejoy discuss the day's
events as Mary Lou catches up on her ironing.
LAWTHER HALL HOUSE COUNCIL-ROW I: Jean Wilson, Allison Mulcai, Sally Graslrewicz, Mary Ruth Culbert, Joefra Mosley, Sandra
Schram, Nina Kahl, Mary Brandes. ROW 2: Adele Abodeely, Mary Ella Youngren, Jenine Anderson, Patricia McGill, Carolyn Dougherty.
Suzanne Gordon, Shirley Kleinschmidf. ROW 3: Herberfa Huggins, Patricia Carothers, Patricia Price, Barbara Knaaclx, Honorine Husmann,
Mary Larson, Sharon Jones, Mary Conrad. ROW 4: Beverly Hurt, Shirley Zaiger, Mariorie Nelsen, Velma Quackenbush, Marilyn Lowman,
Annette Allen, Shirlee Vogelaar, Carol Pals, Gail Thompson. ROW 5: Donna Schultz, Pat Lake, Kay Ford, Frieda Schlaman, Beverly Dorn-
busch, Doris Light, Barb Hall, Ruth Radlol'l, Kathryn Quinn.
Myrna Mapes and Arclis Wesf
discuss where 1'l1ey wani' 'l'o
LaVon Benson, Miss Olney, and Shir-
ley Wigfon have an affernoon chef in
Lawllfne-r's main lounge.
Anna B. Lawfher Hall
This yezu' Stadium Hull zietoniinodated llO fresh-
niziu inen students. lizieh of the twenty-tour rooms of
the converted stadium facilities was oeeupied by fire
nien. This dorm provides study rooms for its residents
tn efiteh up on homework, and a lounge :ind TY set
sire I1Y2lllfllWlL' for relaxation :ind entertziininent. Activ-
ities included xi dorni exchange with lizirtlett Hzill, 11
booth :it the Klzzrdi Gras, :ind 11 Stadium Hall dinner.
Gary Yan Slike served zis director of Stzidiuin Hall
this year. The olheers were Len Froyen, president:
Don Adzuns, vice-president: l,zirry Krunini, seeretziry:
:ind Dennis xlenseu, treasurer. These men made up the
council until new otlieers were eleeted truni Stadium
Hull freshnizin residents.
Stadium men enioy an evening of television.
STADIUM HOUSES FROSH MEN
STADIUM HALL HOUSE COUNCIL-ROW l: Wilbur Fleming, Arden Sallien, Sam Walker, John Schwieberf. ROW 2: Len Froyen, Donald
Moody, Gary Van Slylre, Larry Campbell, Larry Krumm. ROW 3: Dennis Jensen, Phil Koofer, Don Adams, John Lindblom.
Lee Wi'I'zel, Jerry Lambert Lyle Oswood and Dennis
Jenson ca+ch up on sfudies.
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SEERLEY HALL HOUSE COUNCIL-ROW I: Doug Tvedf, Dave Randolph, Don Wilschulfz, Dick Mills, Roberl Mc-
Cue. ROW 2: Doug Butler, Clark Roberts, Leland Thomson, Don Meyer, Jim Heinselman. ROW 3: Larry Wied-
meyer, Franlr Quirlc, Don Anderson, Vernon Rosene, Dave Carriclr.
SEERLEY, NEWEST MEN'S DORMITORY
An alien from Baker Hall, Bob Boderman, gers clipped
by Ron Bro as Don Wilschuh looks on.
The newest of the men's dormitories on Campus is
Seerley Hall of which Bob lNleCue is dorm director.
:Xt any time of the day or night several Seerley resi-
dents can be found in the comfortable lounges provided
for the me-n's relaxation. Television enthusiasts spend
many enjoyable hours viewing the TV set bought last
year. Don llvilsehultz was president of Seerley Hall
this year. Other ollicers were Richard lllitts, vice-
presidentg Dave Randolph, secretaryg and Doug
Tyedt, treasurer. Among the many dormitory activ-
ities for the year were the annual Christmas party, fall
and spring quarter dinners, and coffee hours for Dadls
Day, Homecoming, and lllotherls Day.
Reading fhe papers in Seerley lounge
are Don Sfrub, Raymon Kleinow and
Don Sfrub, Bernie Thielen, Dick PoH's and
Duane Paulsen wail' for 'flue morning mail
+0 come in.
CEDAR FALLS MEN'S HOUSING UNIT-ROW I: William Olson, Robert McCue, Danny Boyd. ROW 2:
Doug Eifzman, Gordon Bulfena, Jack Shearer, William Bell.
CEDAR FALLS MEN REPRESENTED BY HOUSING UNIT
Two Cedar Falls men 'Find +l1e off-campus lounge a good
place for studying and ea+ing.
The Cedar Falls BIen's Housing Unit represents
Cedar Falls men students living in their own homes
and those living in approved off-Campus homes. The
purpose of this unit is to make off-campus men feel
they are a part of the campus through their representa-
tives to TC's student governing bodies. These repre-
sentatives keep Cedar Falls off-campus men informed
on campus activities. The odieers for this year were
Bill Olsen, president, Dan Boyd, vice-president, and
-lack Shearer, secretary-treasurer. Those who served
as eommitteemen were jerry Case, Gordon Bultena,
Dale Dye, Bill Bell, Don Fisher, and Doug Eitzman.
WATERLOO AND CEDAR FALLS WOMEN'S UNITS COMBINE
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Doro+l1y Keough and Barbara DeSmid1' 'I'ry 'rhe milk from
I'l1e new machine installed in the women's off-campus
The IVaterloo and Cedar Falls VVomen's housing
units were combined in 195-l to form the "OH-Campus
XVomen.,' Off-campus women are those women living
in their own homes, in college rooming houses, or in
homes in which they work. The off-campus lounge in
the auditorium building is provided for these women.
This room usually bustles with excitement around
noon and between classes. XVhen it is quiet the girls
settle down to study and relax. The ollicers of the off-
CHIUDLIS women encourage off-Campus students to par-
tieipatc in extra-curricular activities and make them
feel more a part of thc College. Ofiicers for 195-I-55
were Sandra YValdron, presidentg Anne Parks, vice-
presidentg and Sharon Sanders, seeretary-treasurer.
lllarizin Klclirair was the sponsor of the g1'oup.
OFF CAMPUS WOMEN'S HOUSING UNIT-ROVV I: Anne Parks, Sandra Waldron, Sharon Sanders, Marian
McBrair. ROW 2: Sherrill Reynolds, Jane Hauser, Virginia Husl'1l1agen,Jane1' DuBois.
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Frank Briclen and Dick Ransom of Waferloo engage in a chess game during 'rhe noon
WATERLOO MEN'S UNIT HELPS COORDINATE ACTIVITIES
Reading fhe paper and Iasf minufe s+udying is a com-
mon pasfime in Ihe men's off-campus lounge.
'lihc IVati-rloo Henk Housing Lvnit is the 1'epi'cscii-
tzitivc hoily of all hK7ZltCl'I00 men living in their homes.
The student govcriiinciit groups on campus work with
the ofhccrs of the Housing Knit to coordinzitc Campus
anal off-campus activities. The Xvatcrloo :mil Cuclzll'
Falls men tzikc thu responsibility for the off-campus
lounge loczitcil in rho IILIQIIIOFIIIIII building. Ofhcers for
the orgzinizzition wc-1'c' Don Laughlin, presiclcntg Don
Curr, x'icv-pm-siilciitg zinil Riclmrml Crinigan, secrctzlry-
tl'C1lslll'CI'. Thou' who sc-rvcil as committccmcn were
Goin- licnnctr, Dzilc Clrzihinski, jack Smith, and .lack
Muriel Robinson, Sylvia Johnson and Janel' DuBois enioy a noonfime snack
in lhe oFF-campus women's lounge.
Nooniime in fhe oFF-campus men's lounge also brings lunch 'lime for many.
SUNSET VILLAGE COUNCIL-ROW I: Charles Tabarella, Jack Reed, Ari Schulfz, David Fagle, Bill Sioclr. ROW 2: Merle Schramm, Gerald
Fam, William Lehr, Mrs. Gohman, Derald Swisher, Jim Sherman, Virgil Fry, Alvie Kelley.
SUNSET VILLAGE HOUSES MARRIED STUDENTS
Marilyn and Charles Clubine, boih TC sfudenfs
living in Sunse+ Village, find 'rime ro play wi+h
The Sunset Village Council represents all residents
of Sunset Village. It is set up to take care of problems
which arise among the Villagers. When questions
arise, it is the duty of the Council to solve them. Also
the Council plans picnics and get-togethers for the en-
tire Village. Sunset Village, along with the other
housing units, is represented in the student governing
bodies on the campus. Oliicers for this year were Art
Schultz, presidentg David Fagle, vice-presidentg and
jack Reed, secretary-treasurer. Those who served as
committeemen were Richard Phillips, Bill Stock, Jim
Sherman, Dei-ald Swisher, Dick Lynch, and Charles
On 'rheir way 'lo 'Phe hill +o do some shopping are Jo
Roberfs and Roxie Caseboll.
Village residenfs make 'rheir way home affer a hard day of classes.
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SENIOR COUNSELORS-ROW I: Shirlee Powell, Barbara Wolff, Jan Torkelson, Eloise Knox, Mary Heisler, Shirley Mahannah, Dorothy Nad-
ing, Elizabeth Corpuz, Carolyn Bolger, Sue Lund. ROW 2: Zelda Christensen, Joy Schwab, Norma Walter, Jean Greaftinger, Betty Vance,
Kay Calonkey, Janet Swanson, Mary Ann Papousek, Ruth Matsui. ROW 3: Anne Rohliing, Karen Hedum, Beverly Carpenter, Kathryn Zink,
Corrine Shimel, Mary Jane Arnold, Roberta Zeigler, Linda Neuharf, Jackie Bright, Mary Lehrer. ROW 4: Sandra Hutchins, Dolores Sommer-
dorf, Betty Vestal, Wilma McLuen, Barbara Smith, Pat Hahn, Corrine Larson, Greta Johnson, Mickey McGarvey, Kay Swain, Audrey Johnson.
ROW 5: Jan McBride, Esther Hicks, Mary Campbell, Audrey Ayala, Ruth Fellows, Carol Brant, Nancy Mortensen, Sherry Hynes, Linnea Loe,
Martha Marsh, Marybelle Chase, Gloria Johnson. ROW 6: Ruth Madsen, Judy Taylor, Mayrose Lane, Shirley Renander, Janice Shoot, Joan
Tucker, Elizabeth BiHle, Sally McCartney, Beverly Belson, Mildred Hartbeck, Kae Kessler.
COUNSELORS AID FRESHMEN
Preeeding Orientation TV:-ek of the fall quarter sen-
ior and student counselors met with the Orientation
chairmen to review plans for their big week. These
counselors were upper class women and men students
who took the responsibility of aequainting freshmen
with all phases of college life during the fall quarter.
Counselor candidates were selected last spring from
applications and recommendations, and were approved
by the respective dorm directors, orientation chairmen,
and faculty members.
STUDENT COUNSELORS-ROW I: Loren Horton, David Baker, Kenny Lind, Lee Thomson, Dennis Jensen. ROW 2: Frank Hurst, Jerry Tor-
gerson, David McCalley, Doug Doerzman, Ron Salmonson, Bob Mclnfire. ROW 3: Don Lange, Gary Aifchison, Don Adams, Don Anderson,
Duane Schroeder, Tom Handlen, Don Meyer.
SOCIAL LIFE COMMITTEE-ROW I: Marg Herring, Jane Hauser, Charles Ball, Corrine Larson, Marilyn LaNeIIe Taylor.
ROW 2: Bob Jones, Ethyl Winier, Bob Sabus, Larry Hoffer, Jenine Anderson, Dale Bress.
SOCIAL LIFE SPONSORS MANY ACTIVITIES
The Social Life Committees function is planning
and organizing a well-integrated social program for the
lowa State Teachers College students. All types of
entertainment, such as square dancing, formal and in-
formal daneing, variety shows, play nights, and mixers,
were included in the plans to provide students with an
adequate social program. The Homecoming variety
show, the Sadie Hawkins dance, and a sock dance were
but a few of the activities that were sponsored by the
Social Life Committee this year. Rlembers of the
Committee included a representative from lIIen's
Union and A.W.S., and six members selected from
applications. lIfIrs. Ethel Wi1iie1', social life director of
the college, was advisor to the group.
Dale Bress, Jane Hauser, and Bud Ball of 'Hue Social Life
Commi++ee decora+e Ihe Georgian Lounge Christmas
SLB NAMES 25 TO PURPLE KEY
Purple Key is a recognition fraternity established by
the Student League Board for the purpose of honoring
outstanding students. The Purple Key honor is
awarded for leadership and participation in extra-
curricular and academic activities, and excellence and
sincerity in scholarship. Eligibility requires that a stu-
dent be a third quarter junior or a senior and have a
cumulative grade point ot 2.5. A Purple Key awartl
committee, appointed by SLB, reviewed applications
and recommended 25 students. These students were
recognized and received certificates at the All-College
Honors Convocation in the spring.
Ruth Gibbs, a transter trom
Cottey College, she is trom
Strawberry Point and is a
Junior high major. She
joined the marching and
concert band, was active in
Beta Alpha Epsilon and was
a member ot the Campbell
l-lall l-louse Council.
Phyllis Gregg, one ot the
two juniors honored on Pur-
ple Key, she comes trom
Oakland and is an, English
major. She has been a mem-
ber ot Purple Arrow and
Bartlett l-lall House Council
and has worked in student
John Anderson, a music ma-
jor trom Cedar Falls, he has
been an active member ot
A Cappella Choir and Phi
Mu Alpha Sintonia and has
received recognition tor his
activities by the l-lall ot Rec-
ognition and l-lall of Schol-
Esther Hicks, Women's hon-
orary organizations, Bartlett
l-lall Council and religious
activities were among the
activities on her schedule.
She comes trom Des lvloines
and is a Kindergarten-Prh
Armand Baker, the president
ot the Board ot Control ot
Student Publications tor two
years comes trom Sugarland,
Texas. and is an English ma-
jor. A Cappella Choir and
Alpha Chi Epsilon were
among his other interests.
Beverly Belson, a kindergar-
'ren-Primary maior from Clin-
'ron, she has been a senior
counselor for Two years,
headed Jrhe IFTA and was a
member of fhe KPBA,
Kappa Phi and Tau Chi E+a.
Arfhur Blankers, a Music ma-
ior from Archer, he included
among his inleresis Jrhe play-
ing of ihe Campanile bells.
Besides being a member of
Jrhe band, orchesfra and
choir, he was aclive on The
College Eye and in religious
Kay Honahan has
lege Players, Nu S
Theia Alph Phi and
Lavon Burrichfer, a Speech
and Social Science maior
from New Albin. Aclive in
speech acrivilies and promi-
nen+ in public speaking, she
was a member of SCRA,
Plymoulh Club and honorary
Jane Clark, ihis Cedar Falls
English rnaior was infersor-
orily presidenl and member
of 'rhe Board of Confrol of
Sludenl Publicalions. Purple
Arrow, AWS Board and Col-
lege Players place among
her organizalion in+eres+s.
Boone is her home Jrown, and
Speech is her maior.
Loren Horlon, This Social
Science maior from Jurray
has been recognized by Pi
Gamma Mu and Jrhe Hall of
Recogniiion. l-lis olher or-
ganizalion inieresfs included
Kappa Della Pi, A Cappella
Choir and chorus.
Ar+hur Schulh, a Music ma-
jor from Eslherville, he was
aclive in SLB and lv1en's
Union. l-le played in bolh
concerl and marching bands.
T' df' N752
A' I fi-1
Pafricia HUH, a lvlusic major
from Madrid, her inleresls
locused on chorus, A Cap-
pella Choir, senior counsel-
ing, Sigma Alpha lola and
Dorofhy Sfeege, a member
ol all women's honorary or-
ganizalions, has served on
lhe AWS Board. She is a
Business Educalion major
Corrine Larson, a Physical
Educalion major from Aure-
lia who has been aclive in
lhe womens srudenl govern-
menl oroanizafion and rec-
ognized Tor achievemenl by
The Torch and Tassel.
Douglas Tvedf, lv1en's Union
and Sladium Hall counseling
were included in The aclivi-
lies of This Business Educa-
lion major from lvlonlour.
l-le was aclive in lnlerlraler-
nify Council and Lambda
James Lockwood, a lvlalhe-
malics major from Pomeroy,
he has been aclive in pub-
lica+ions, serving as edilor
of +he OLD GOLD. l-le has
belonged lo lvlalh Club and
has been honored in The l-lall
Be-'Hy Ves+al, a Hasfings
Business Educalion major,
she has parlicipaled in
music and cheerleading. She
served as a senior counselor
and was a member of Purple
Arrow, Torch and Tassel and
Kappa Della Pi.
Shirley Mahannah, a Keokuk
English maior, she was presi-
denr of The Barrleri Hall
House Council. She has
been presidenr of several or-
ganizalions and member of
all women's honor organiza-
Jean McGrew, a Cedar Falls
Social Science maior, he has
served as presidenr of Men's
Union and presidenr oi Sig-
ma Tau Gamma. Hall of
Recogniiion, Pi Gamma Mu
and social science organiza-
Jrions have recognized his
Jerry Mc:Rober1's, Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia, A Cappella
Choir and opera produc-
iions were among The infer-
esrs of Jrhis Music maior from
Wa+erIoo. He also served
in Men's Union.
Norman Russell, c o n c e ri
band, marching band and
symphony orchesira look up
much of rhis Music maior's
lime. He is from Ossian and
belonged io Gamma Della
and lhe Hall of Recogniiion.
Neil Ver Hoef, a junior from
Spencer, Public Speaking is
his maior. He has been ac-
Jrive in srudenr government
Sigma Tau Gamma and
Speech Aciiviries Club.
Marilyn Workman is from
Waierloo and is an El-
emeniary maior. Three
women's organizaiions have
claimed her membership
and she has been a member
of 'rhe Lawfher and Barlleli
Palsy Yafes has been aciive
in many s+uden+ govern-
ment religious and honor
organizaiions and has been
presideni of Campbell Hall
and MENC. Ailanfic is her
home and Music is her ma-
T The blinding glare of a tlashbulb and the click of a
shutter attempt to catch some of the activities on the
Campus. The clicking of typewriter keys pound out the
story behind that blinding glare. A weary editor
glances at the calendar and is reminded of those near-
ing deadlines. lffforts are refocused on editing a bigger
yearbook that stresses informality and gives a com-
J plete picture of TC life for the past year. Confusion
is :xt hand as countless photographs, copies, and draw-
sp ings litter the desks. Out of all this excitement the
1955 OLD GOLD, with its new eight and one-half
by eleven dimensions, was born.
The stalf of this 1955 OLD GOLD has tried to
present the yearls happenings in spite of all the Chaos
and the long, tedious hours of work. VVriting, typing,
editing, drawing, and that race to meet the deadlines
were pulled together, and the l955 OLD GOLD
finally went to press.
Marlys McGarvey, James Lockwood
OLD GOLD DIMENSIONS INCREASE
OLD GOLD-ROW I: Gloria Johnson, Ed Harris, Loretta Middlefon, David Carrick, Jim Lockwood, Marlys McGarvey, Larry Wiedmeyer,
Earl Dornfeld, Mary Lehrer. ROW 2: Joan Hennies. Nancy Newton, Constance Weslcolf, Linda Neuharl, Jane Ford, Sue Gordon, Donna
Gaulke, Gail Srrunk. ROW 3: Pauline Beeson, Wilma McLeun, Norma Waller, Rurh Warren, Gwen Lehnus, Greta Johnson, Marie Berger.
ROW 4: Lois Dunlap, Beverly Dornbusch, Mary Campbell, Delores Wilkins, Marjorie Johnson, Marilyn Estes, Eileen Malzen, Ann lnnis. ROW
5: Dale Bress, Kenneth G. Rowe, Colleen Jackson, Dale Higdon, Leona Baier, Dick Lieb, Shirley Mae Renander, Ed Wesl, David Coerper.
David Carrick LoreHa Midcllelon
Vs 'QV .gl ,
old gold s'I-aff
James Lockwood .
David Carrick .
Edwin Harris .
Earl Dornfeld .
Allison Mulcai .
Gloria Johnson .
Mary Lehrer .
Joan Hennies .
Grela Johnson . .
Marilyn Es+es .
Leona Cooper .
Dave Coerper .
. execufive edilor
. associale edilor
. business manager
. copy edi+or
. layoul eclilor
. pho+o edifor
. sporls edilor
. senior edi'l'or
. 'l'he year
. . ad manager
. . ac+ivi+ies
. social organizalions
. assisfanl' business manager
Marjorie Wighfman ...... advisor
Deadlines draw near and acfivify speeds up in +l1e OLD GOLD
Earl Dornfeld Mary Lehrer Gloria Johnson
BOARD OF CONTROL-ROW l: Phyllis Gregg, Armand Balmer, Diane Sargent. ROW 2: H. Earl
Rath, Vernon Pickett, George H. Holmes.
BOARD OF CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
Diane Sargenl' and Dr. Rath, members of the Board
of Control, discuss the literary sec+ion for fhe "Col-
lege Eye" with Ed West and Jerry Cias.
Five smdents, four elected at large each spring and
one appointed by the Student League Board, and four
faculty members compose the Board of Control of Stu-
dent Publications. The "big business" of college stu-
dent publications on the Iowa State Teachers College
campus is controlled by this board. These publications
include the college yearbook, the OLD GOLD, and the
weekly newspaper, the College Eye. Important func-
tions of the Board are to select the major staff officers
of the publications and to award engraving, photogra-
phy, and printing contracts for publications. The gen-
eral policies of the publications are also set up by the
Board. They aim to see that the student publications
reflect accurately the Teachers College campus.
COLLEGE EYE-ROW I: Doug Doerzman, Barbara Smith, Jerry Cias, Sally Horn, Jean Bishop, Mary Ann Conley. ROW 2: Phyllis Chant-
land, Janef Roslien, Dorothy Horn, Gladys Knight, Jack Farrell, Suzanne Gordon, Mary Lehrer. ROW 3: Grace Birlcenholfz, Virginia Pollock,
Opuien Lehnes, Barbara Nagel, Sharon Sanders, Barbara Lucas, Janet Kraft. ROW 4: Viola De Boer, Dale Higdon, David Balmer, Arfhur
Blanlrers, Paul Sfanwood, Ed West, Dean Weaver, Annmarie Nolte.
EVERY STUDENT RECEIVES COLLEGE EYE
Gerald Cias, Barbara Smirh
From late one Thursday to the next, a good many
hours of work go into each edition of the College Eye,
TCE weekly newspaper. This year, instead of students
buying subscriptions to the College Eye, the paper is
being distributed to every student enrolled in the
"Nothing eyer happens on time around here."
"lVhere is the copy?" These are a sampling of the
cries that ring from the Coflege Eye ofhce late Tuesday
evenings. Before an issue goes to press, news stories and
editorials must be written, advertisements must be
planned and sold, copy must he corrected, and a number
of other details carried out. Yes, the Eye stall burned
midnight oil more than once to complete its mission.
Despite all the befilam, the staff managed to distribute
its copies to all TC students on Friday mornings.
Jerry Cias .
Jeanne Bishop .
Ed Wes+ . .
Dean Weaver .
Al Zarifis . .
. news edilor
. sporls edilor
. pholo edilor
. . ad manager
Mary Ann Conley . . advisor
college eye slaff
Sally Horn Jeanne Bishop Edward Wesf
Doug Doerzman Al Zarifis Dean Weaver
Dean Weaver and Ed Wesf help Jeanne Bishop in "laying ou+" Hue paper.
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STUDENTS EDIT THREE OTHER PUBLICATIONS
-fm' 'lil at
The Student Hmzzlbook, edited by Jean lICGrexv, is
the Combined Organizations Handbook and the Stu-
dent Handbook. A calendar of campus events assists
the students as does information on student govern-
ment, activities, regulations, administration and all the
The Protvl, edited by Larry Vviedmeyer, is in the
form of a sports handbook and game program. Copies
are sold at each home game. Home and visiting teams,
player statistics, and information about the coaches are
You Ill' TC, edited by Patty Hake, is a booklet Con-
taining many suggestions about living in Bartlett Hall.
This publication is helpful to the new students who
live in the hall.
SENIOR STUDENTS EXHIBIT ART
Lee Toom, Be+'ry Rasmussen, Mary Hurlbui' and Bab Sabus cas+ approving glances af a senior's oil
Mary Hurlbui' adds 'rhe finishing touches Io an
Before graduation each art major is required to pre-
sent :ln art show. These shows are given to provide
students with the practical experience needed for actu-
ally planning and executing an exhibit. These exhibi-
tions also give the student a chance to show what he
has done and at the same time provide an opportunity
for fellow students to see his accomplishments. Ceram-
ic ware, sculpture, weaving, jewelry, paintings, silk
screening, metal working and etchings make up the
CHAPEL CHOIR-ROW I: Helen Pope, Barbara Teig, Marcia Moore, Darla Cottington, Shirley Hicks, Frances Van Engen, Mary Cowan
Joan Kirk, Carol Kirk, Sheila Irish. ROW 2: Chloris Anderson, Betty Skinner, Doris Severe, Valda Evans, Jan Piper, Ella Jones, Pat Hansen,
Jeanette Trueblood, Janet Anderson, Janice Kiser. ROW 3: Marlene Dunlap, Evelyn Shook, Shirley Stebbins, Patty Hake, Mayrose Lane,
Norene Norgaard, Marjorie Simonsen, Carolyn Eggleston, Roberta Evans. ROW 4: George Samson, Leon Webb, James Gardner, Art Blank-
ers, Lyman Peck, Jane Mauck.
CHAPEL CHOIR SINGS AT SUNDAY SERVICES
The Chapel Choir is one of the most familiar and
most appreciated groups on the campus. Its beautiful
anthems and solos add inspiration to the lnterdenomi-
national Church Services held in the college auditorium
every Sunday morning. VVednesday evenings this mu-
sic organization, based on voluntary membership, re-
hearses under the direction of jane hlauclc. Accom-
panying the group with the organ is George Samson.
Besides singing for the weekly chapel services, the
Chapel Choir provides music for baccalaureate.
A Cappella Choir consists of sixty selected members
-thirty men and thirty women most of whom are up-
DC1'Cl?lSSIHCI'I. A cappella singing is the most ditticult,
since it is done entirely without accompaniment.
Therefore, it demands higher professional and artistic
achievement. The Choir took a tour to Vinton, Cedar
Rapids, Tipton, Davenport, Bettendorf, Clinton, Nla-
quoketa, Anamosa, and lllonticello in the latter part
of lklarch this year. Some of their other appearances
included local concerts in Cedar Falls and a perform-
ance on VVOI-TV.
A CAPPELLA PERFCRMS ON TELEVISION
A CAPPELLA CHOIR-ROW I: Phyllis French, Elaine Kiger, Lynne Sutton, Elaine Heral, Joanne Dyvad, Carolyn Bolger, Nancy Von Doehren,
Margaret Herring, Bonnie Manahl, Mary Lou Dobbins, Phyllis Rogers, Shari Andersen, Mary Avery, Mary Ann Ponder, Patricia Brown. ROW
2: Wm. Keith Macy, Evelyn Shook, Patricia Peterson, Barbara Preist, Betty Vestal, Lauretta Brunsvold, Rose Maire, Kay Swain, Audrey Cohurn,
Shirley Gardner, Patsy Yates, Marliss Corneliss, Donna Schultz, Bonnie Brown, Ella Jones, Virginia Jensen, Judith Wurch. ROW 3: Phil Sny-
der, Don Lowman, Richard Franti, Bob Mclntire, Jerry Harmon, Loy Tetilotit, Bill Emry, David Rath, Richard Johnson, John Van Epps, Gene
Fortune, Erwin Christianson, Johnny Jones, Loren Horton. ROW 4: John Newton, John Andersen, John Heiden, John Boughton, Keith
Moreland, Robert lsenhower, Philip Kapter, Armand Baker, Roger Brockmeyer, Malcolm Brinker, Russell King, Norman Egli, David Liliegren.
WOMEN'S CHORUS PARTICIPATES IN SPRING CONCERT
,-Xpproxiiimtrly one litimtit-tt members make up the
XVrniicii's Clirmriis which is llIlkit.'!' tht- iliitvction Ot ,lime
Klzuivlc. :X low tor singing is the only i'cqui1'e11iciit tm'
ziiliuissirm to this group. The :tim nt the XVmucn's
Clwi-its is to acquaint the im-iiiheis with choral litera-
ture mi' xvoiiivifs vrricvs.
Ont' ut their most popular :mnunl zippcarfuiccs oc-
curs just hctritc tht- Christmas holitlziys wlitin they Dill'-
ticipntc with thc A Cappella Choir :mtl tht- College
Clirmis in thc prcseiitzitirm ot Hzuutt-l's "Ries:-iz1h."
The other oiitsfzimtiiig pt-i'foi'i1i:1iicc of XYOiHCI1'S choir
is tht- Spring Clinrzil Crmccrt.
WOMEN'S CHORUS-ROW I: Mary Laughlin, Ann Schlitter, Bette Young, Janice Bruening, Phyllis Woodall, Aileen Osborn, Virginia Thomp-
son, Cheryl Trumbo, Joan Hennies, Jane McCauley, Barbara Parsons, Virginia DeReus, Sally Shaver. ROW 2: Barbara Fisher, Norma Vanness,
Gladys Kemper, Dorothy Hagg, Janet Leith, Lillian Conner, Sue Singer, Beth Talcott, Jean Lawson, Diane Krulrow, Mary Torlxelson, Mary Lou
Bottortt, Shirley Olson. RONN 3: Angie Zirltelbach, Beth Webber, Marlene Dunlap, Shirley Lauer, Marlene Anlrerson, Ruth Lindaman, Barbara
Kyle, Marilyn Marcellus, Janice Kiser, Sarah Schooley, Valda Evans, Nancy Grover, Lornea Tittany, Nancy Mackintosh. ROW 4: Ann Lesch,
Donette Lentz, Arlene Miller, Patricia Dinsdale, Patricia Savereide, Sally Moore, Donna Linden, Joyce Hundling, Sue Hoskins, Ann Kidwell,
Marie Kaslca, Linda Jones, Katherine Gross, Hazel Porath, Ann Sowers.
WOMENS CHORUS--POM! I: Patricia Brown, Cecelia Doran, Alphy Adams, Donna Gates, Julia Clingerman, Kay Schaeter, Gertrude Gal-
loway, Joyce Krambecr, Virginia Weiss, Patricia Havens, Twilla Weeks, Jane Mauck. ROW 2: Kay Norton, Marjorie Shinn, Allaire Farrow,
Shirley Hickey, Marjorie Alberts, Louise Fondroy, Mary Irvine, Marianna Hatner, Ardeth Annear, Dianne Damro, Karen Swanson, Nancy For-
rester. FO!! 3' Donna Bain, Nancy Failes, Nancy Freese, Joan Ernst, Marilyn Bitner, Evelyn Bergh, Nancy Rector, Sandra Pursell, Sally Stroh,
Elsie Neve, Joy Harris, Kay Zeller, Judy Bernhart. POW 4: Ruth Warren, Kathryn Fleming, Estelle Henrich, Ellen Marker, Janice Faust, Mable
Johnson, Leona Baier, Jane Genrich, Connie Tennant, Barbara Bowlin, Rema Schlesselman, Joyce Wiese, Sherris Pierce, Margaret Clark,
COLLEGE CHORUS-ROW I: Norma Welzel, Mary Ellen Bahndorf, Cynthia Olsgaard, Doris Carolus, Vesla Pifsenbarger, Marcia Ahrens,
Marlys Pitts, Arlene Parker, Margy Owens, Roberfa Evans, Mary McClure, Margaret McBurney. ROW 2: Carol Bucliman, Marlene Holden,
Janel' Garlon, Colleen Dugger, LaRae Kussalz, Patricia Lake, Elaine Ruen, Carol Collins, Marilyn Turnquisf, Joan Hodson, Doris Severe, Betty
Olinger, Rila Beisner. ROW 3: Shirley Stebbins, Marybelle Chase, Norene Norgaard, Janice Shoot, Ed Burton, John Newlon, Arnold Rabe,
Bill Smith, Arden Sollien, Philip Davis, Barbara Kline, Nancy Kaslxadden, Ruth McQuigg, Sharon Sanders. ROW 4: Paul Davis, Floyd Hulzell,
Loren Horton, Lloyd Barfen, Jim Schnecklolh, John Lindblom, Kenneth Jensen, John Schwieberl, Wayne R. King, Bud Noble, Tom Holmberg,
Richard Phillips, Theodore Pleiff, John Kafalinich.
COLLEGE CHORUS-ROW I: Virginia Kier, Mary Lou Weber, Shirley Beaupain, Ann Gerlach, Shirley Lewis, Janice Booth, Roasalie Gibbs,
Gayle Price, Nancy Lange, Vera Geotsch, Susan Hamann, Nancy Malt, Shirley Grant, Sheila Irish. ROW 2: Mary Conrad, Gail Thompson,
LeAnn Dielien, Patricia Puliler, Barbara Lowell, Patricia Hansen, Kathryn Dalrymple, Beverly Stewart, Carol Moore, Annelfe Allen, Shirlee Vogel-
aar, Janet Anderson, Yvonne Healy, Phyllis Carlson, Carol Brandt, Charlotte Diehn. ROW 3: Marilyn Savery, Glenda Morfiff, Barbara Furga-
son, Janel' Gordon, Patricia Wright, Delores Lydon, Jean Beaving, Joan Beed, Anita Fouls, Nancy Morlensen, Sharon Hatch, Mary Engelliing,
Joan Olson, Linnea Loe, Lois Mitchell, Maurine Stephens, Jan Boies, Sylvia Larson. ROVV 4: Marilyn Wendt, Beverly Jamison, Murial Robin-
son, Dorofhy Hubacher, Janell Morrison, Frances Lennier, Carolyn Egglesfon, Dorothy McCrea+h, Wanda Boeyink, Shirley Waterman, Pal' Hake,
Carol A. Olsen, Coralee Vriezelaar, Shirley Zickel, Marian Pippill, Carol Ellen Tilp, Dorothy Fox, Janet Harriman, Dixie Crosley, JoAnne Kohls.
COLLEGE CHORUS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS
The College Chorus, under the direction of X-Villiam capable direction of Klr. Klacy and the informal atmos-
lllacy, is composed of one hundred and forty women phere of rehearsals provide a pleasant time as well as a
and men students, It is one of the largest of the mu- worthwhile educational experience.
sical groups on campus. The chorus meets each Tues- One of the most popular performances of the Col-
day and Thursday evening to blend their voices in the lege Chorus, to which everyone looks forward, is the
reading of choral literature from all periods of history presentation of Handel's great oratorio, the "KIessiah,"
of music. just before the Christmas holidays. Their final per-
The chorus is open to any college student who en- formance of the year was the Spring Choral Concert
joys singing and is interested enough to try out. The given in lllarch.
CONCERT BAND TOURS CENTRAL IOWA
D11 Klyrmm Russell was nlircctm' of the Symphon
f,l'k'hC5l'I'2l this ji'1ll'. Rcaidcnts of xXv2lfC'I'l00 and Ccdzu
lfnlls juilwd TL' students in the Dk'l'fU1'IN1lllL'CS giYL'Il bk
rlu- 0l'L'hl'Sl'l'Il. The group, w111pnsn-Qi of :1pp1'oxim:1tclx
xixty I11l'II'lbCl'S, z1ccmnpz1l1icnl vlu- L'hOl'llS in the prcscn
rxzrifm of I1Zllll!K'I,S "NIL-xsizllf' :lt kihI'iSfll11lS :md thu
upa'1'z1 in -Iilllllllfy. Other app:-:11':ulccs music by thc 01'
k'llL'Nfl'1l um-1'c :xt mmucslrium :mel l1llIll'U'l'ly L'U1lL'CI'tS.
The Concert Hand, under the direction of Karl
Holvik, is composed of zipproxiniately one hundred
Inenibers. Activities of the group this year included
playing for convocations and presenting a winter and
spring concert. One of the main highlights of the year
was a t0L11' through central Iowa in the spring. The
band performed :it several schools, some of them being
Roosevelt of Des lloines, Adel, Newton, Grinnell,
:ind lfldoru. The group also appeared on XYOI-TY in
ORCHESTRA PRESENTS QUARTERLY CONCERTS
MARCHING BAND-ROW I: Graeiz, V. Whiimore, Grandgeorge, L. Wagner, E. Connor, Grassfield, McKi+rick, lnnis, Sullivan, Arends, Ber-
ger, J. Russell, Pembroolr, Winfers, Egli, Ronald Broclzmeyer, Emry, Mickelson. ROW 2: Reece, King, Sfrayer, Huebsch, Mason, Beniamin
Anderson, M. McClure, Bourne, Fran+z, Seaver, Savery, Wise, Fromm, M. Williams. ROW 3: D, Robinson, Lohmeyer, Ma+fox, Jonlcer, Sfoermer
Susan Hansen, Bergh, Vogelaar, Sexfon, Cufler, Zeran, J. Olson, Jackie Hansen, Eide, S. Larson, S. Johnson, Nuifing, Norma Thompson, Harper
POW 4: Lenglas, M. While, Cullen, Ziclicl, G. Madson, Hunf, L. Harfman, Swan, Kohls, M. England, Dornbusch, Wai+e, Schwab, Hoskins
Hennings, Noble, Schaper, Dieken, DuBois. ROW 51 C. Blizelr, Whaley, B. Parlcs, R. Lynch, A. Schullz, Ehen, Grey, Hauge, Sell, Judy, Brunsvold
Pos+, Vanicek, Merry, M. Bradley. ROW 6: Day, Wedeliing, Erickson, Blanliers, Hoobler, Wood, CoHing+on, Peferson, Crosley, Lowell. French
Rabe, Davis, Gibbs, Har+man, Monks, Ploog.
MARCHING BAND PERFORMS AT FOOTBALL GAMES
'lihv I.S.'l'.L'. AIIll'Cl1illj1 liziml, umlvr thi- ilircction
ul lizirl Hulvil-', pcrfm'1m'ml at 1-:ii-li hmmm- football gzum'
:ir O. R. I,zith:im Srzulium this year. Special progrziiiis
xxvrf- pi'c-sviitvil by thi- mic liiimircml :mil tum pivcc' bllllli
:ir Uzulk Day :mil llrimccoming. Again this year Hziml
Uni was Z1 highlight of thu season wlicn high school
hnmls from ll0l'fi'lCZlNf Iowa xx'c1'c invitcal to thc 'lil'
vzmipus. Ihr-3 trunk part in :ui ziftciwiuoii pzirziilc :mil zi
spcvizil I7l'0Ql'Jlll1 :it thi- 'lif-Xrirtii Ilzilmtzi State- foot-
Debate, under the direction of Lillian R. YVagner, is
composed of approximately thirty students including
freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The pur-
pose of Debate is to provide training in thinking, in
speaking through analyzing problems, and in weighing
and presenting evidence to an audience. This year the
debaters attended twelve conferences in the lI'Iidwest,
including those at the Universities ot Iowa, VViscon-
sin, lIIinnesota, Nebraska, and South Dakota. They
also debated at VVisconsin State Teachers College at
Eau Claire, YVisconsin, St. Thomas College at St.
Paul, lIIinnesota, Grinnell College at Grinnell, and
Iowa State College at Ames. At Central College in
Pella they took part in a debate tournament. '
Phyllis Gregg represents Teachers College
in a debate against the visiting Iowa State
DEBATE. TRAINING IN THINKING AND SPEAKING
A group ot interested TC speakers discuss the national discussion topic: How can the American Educational System
best meet the needs ot our society.
' -? ,TH I
FILM CLUB. CINEMATIC ART AT TC
In order to satisfy Z1 demand for time examples of
cinematic art at Teachers college the Film Club was
founded in 1949 by Stanley VVood, assistant professor
of English and Speech. The group is Z1 non-proht or-
ganization. The selection of films, many ot which are
foreign, is based on quality rather than on origin.
lfnch winter and spring quarter the niembers vote on
films suggested by the president for presentation.
Klembers include people from the surrounding com-
munities as well as students and college personnel.
Barbara Parsons sings a+ a music reci+al
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I954 VARSITY SQUAD-ROW I: Doug Butler, Arthur Kvidera, Lyle Bifcon, Keith Bahrenfuss, Larry Bifcon, Berf Field, Richard Formanek,
Dean Cramer, Ralph Capifani, Don Gabrielson, Dick Lanaghan, Blake Brown. ROW 2: Bob Taylor, Don Kolsrud, Rodney Hoogland, Dave Tol-
Iefson, Ollie Isaak, Dick Beefsch, John Shearer, Tom Walker, Don Fisher, Leroy Dunn, Art Landau. POW 3: Ron Brinkley, Dwayne Polka, Roy
Voggesser, James Hershberger, Gary Gorham, Bill Simpson, Jim Rosien, Vernon Rosene, James Cose, Don Grove, Jon Mccuskey, Bill Nielson.
PANTHERS FINISH THIRD IN LOOP
C. L. "Buck" Sfarbeck, the outstanding
foofball coach in the Norfh Central Con-
Fielding an eleven that was picked as a pre-season I
favorite, Buck Starbeck's squad ran into trouble in the
latter part of the season and were forced to settle for
a three-way tie for third place in the Conference along
with North Dakota University and South Dakota Uni-
versity. The squad did, however, figure in the national
statistics with their running and passing attack. The
Panthers took the first three conference games with
victories over North Dakota State, North Dakota Uni-
versity, and Augustana before dropping the last three
tough ones with Klorningside, South Dakota Univer-
sity, and South Dakota State to wind up the season
with :1 3-3 mark. A,
Doug Bu+ler ge+s a laferal pass away +0 Larry Bifcon a
Jrackled in Hwe Homecoming game wifh Souflw Dakofa.
Hard running Ari' Landau follows the blocking of Dave Tolletson, who tries to
cut clown two North Dakota State tacklers.
GRIDSTERS HAVE UPS AND DOWNS
Dick Beersch gives it the old college try" as a South
Dakota State defender attempts to intercept a Capi-
Trayeling to Central llichigan for the season's op-
X ener, the Tutors ran into heat and -lim Podoley to go
down in defeat, 42-21. A --l yards rushing was all
North Dakota State could gain and the Panthers took
their first home game the next week-end, 39-0. For
the third straight year, time ran out on Teachers and
4, -'Z the Drake Bulldogs pulled a H-12 decision out of the
- hre to make Dad's Day rather dismal at TC. The
next week, the Panthers pulled one of their own out of
4 the fire at Grand Forks and downed the University of
Q North Dakota, l-l-13, in a fiercely fought battle. Au-
gustana fell before the Panthers, 50-0, for the third win
against two defeats. Nlorningside outplayed the Tu-
tors, 20-12, to even the season's mark for the Panthers.
Homecoming proved to be no celebration as South Da-
kota University slipped past by a slim margin of 3-l--33.
A late rally of 20 points wasn't enough as South Da-
kota State stormed over Teachers, -ll-20, in the last
game of the season.
End Dick Beefsch floats our fo fake a pass from Ollie Isaak against South Dakofa State. Beefsch
topped fhe conference in pass catches.
TUTORS RATE HIGH IN STATISTICS
Although sharing a tie for third place in the confer-
ence, the Panther offense boasted of outstanding leaders
and also of an outstanding team showing. On the na-
tional level, both Dick Beetsch and Ralph Capitani
dropped out of last year's first place position, but held
a secure footing on third. Capitani rolled up 81 pass
completions out of 173 attempts for 1,358 yards and
ll touchdowns. In total offense, Ralph accounted for
a grand total of 1,568 yards for a four-year college to-
tal of slightly over two miles. Beetsch, ranked third in
pass receiving, snagged -I0 passes for 711 yards gained
and 10 touchdowns. The combined passing attack of
the Panthers completed 99 passes for a total of 1,6-I9
yards to lead the nation's small colleges. A team aver-
age of 206.1 yards per game was good for 13 touch-
downs. The team also stood 10th in the nation in total
In the North Central Conference, Beetsch and Cap-
itani captured crowns While Larry Bitcon turned in a
fine showing. Capitani held the passing and total of-
fense crowns while Beetsch topped the conference in
pass catches. His 10 touchdowns for 60 points were
good for second place in the conference scoring race.
"Bub" Bitcon held no firsts, but placed in three depart-
ments. With a 5.2 yard rushing average, he held the
Sth spot conference-wise, 6th in scoring with 3-l points,
and 3rd in kick returns with a 13.-1 average. These
three men were largely responsible for the team leader-
ship in several categories. lklost outstanding of these
was the defensive average. Leading the conference
rushing defense and ending up second in pass defense,
the Panthers were ranked as the best defensive team in
the loop, allowing an average of only 2-13.5 yards per
game. Not only defensively strong, but offensively pow-
erful as well, the Tutors had the best passing offense,
and second from the top in total offense in the confer-
ence with an average of -I-05.3 yards a contest. Scoring
also was noticeable as the Panthers captured third place
with a total of 168 points for a 28 points per game
Larry Bub Bi+con 'fighfs his way clear of llwree Dralce Bulldogs on a
lciclc relurn Bilcon was llie learn s lop ruslning leader
Wifh all fwen+y fwo players visible Arl Landau c osses llie goal sfripe lor a 'rouchdown againsl Norllw Dalcofa Slale
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Running info 'Trouble is "Bub" Biicon as he is aboui +o be dropped by +wo Soufh
Dakofa Slrafe men. Cn 'rhe ground behind is guard Roy Voggesser.
SEASON'S RECORD TEAM STATISTICS
. . 2I Cenfrai Michigan .
. . 39 Norfh Dakoia 5+a+e
. . I2 Drake .... .
. . I4 Norih Dakoia U. .
. . 50 Augusfana . . .
. . I2 Morningside. . .
. . 33 Souih Daicofa U. .
. . 20 Souih Dakoia S+a+e
Conference record: 3 -3
ToI'aI record . . 3-5
Doug Bui-Ier uses a 5+raigh-I' arm and swings wide as Don Fisher smashes a Coyofe
Pirsi' Downs . .
Yards Passing .
Yards Rushing .
Nei Yards Gained
Fumbles . . .
To+aI Poinis .
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Dick Beeisch laferals 'ro Vern Rosene as he is fackled. Waiching +he
play in +he Soufh Dakota Sfafe game are Dick Formanek and Rod
Keeping his eye on +he game is Ralph Capihani
as he Takes a breafher. Capihani wound up a
specfacuiar college career lasf Fall much ro +he
delighi of Jrhe opposirion.
Reeling off 'Five yards againsf Sou+h Dakofa is fuilback Capiiani. The fhree defenders brouqh+ him down less ihan a
yard shori of a firsf and Ten.
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THREE TUTORS ON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
Three members ot the Panther squad were picked
for the honorary All-Conference team selected by the
conference coaches. Tackle Leroy Dunn had an out-
standing year on both offense and defense. His block-
ing was jarring and his tackling was vicious. Dick
Beetsch at end did more than his part in rolling up
yardage and accounting for touchdowns. He ranked
third in the nation in catches and this is Dick's second
straight year to be picked for the coaches' "dream
team." Ralph Capitani, at fullback, held third in the
nation in passing and first in total offense. W'ith cool
confidence he completed pass after pass to pile up 1,358
yards for the season.
Almost hidden by defensive taclrlers, Ralph Capitani grinds out a tew extra yards
in the last game ot his college career against South Dakota State. Running over
to lend assistance is end Jim Hershberger.
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l954 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-ROW I: Dick Beefsch, Bob Boderman, Don Holland, Roger Brown, Kenny Nichols, Don Ramus. ROW 2:
LeRoy Horn, Don Ramig, Dick Sfrub, Vern Ogden, Ron Brinkley, Dale Black. ROW 3: Lee Mowrer, Lou Paulsen, Del Nicklaus, Ray Nissen,
Howie Pigg, Keith Pahre, Dick Miles.
PANTHERS FIGHT WAY INTO SECOND PLACE
Surrounded by nine returning lettermen and a po- cent of all shots taken during the season. The team
tent crop of sophomore replacements, newcomer Stan total of 1707 points was the highest season total ever
Hall served his first year as head basketball coach at scored by a Teachers ball club.
Iowa Teachers. His Tutors drew even for the season ln the North Central Holiday Tourney, the Pan-
with a record of Ilell for over all play and shared a thers placed second after winning their first two games
three-way split for second place in the conference with and then losing in the finals to North Dakota State.
a 745 record. The Hirst and last two games of the sea- VVinning seven of their North Central Conference
son saw the Panthers play a championship brand of games, the Panthers hit for 938 points, the highest
hall, but in the middle of the season the team could not total ever rolled up by a Teachers team in a 12 game
win consistently, even though they showed potential league schedule. Disposing of all home conference
power. Fxamples of this power were displayed in the games, the Panthers averaged S5 points per game on
first game of the season as the Panthers downed the their home court while their opponents were good for
Duhawks of Loras I00-76, and then again later in only a 65.8 ave1'age.
the season when they went even higher and defeated Included with the numerous records the team and
Klorningside I03-71. Rebounding duties were divided its members broke-twenty-two in all-was the record
between Ray Nissen and Howie Pigg with Dick ' broken by lanky Ray Nissen. His 3-I6 total eclipsed
Beetsch sharing in these honors. In the shooting de- the previous mark tor a first year varsity ball player,
partment, the Panthers hit an above average 36 per set by Jack Rolinger with 300 in 1952.
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Iowa Teachers Warfburg .... 70
I Iowa Teachers Soufhwesfern Kansas 82
Iowa Teachers INIorIh DaIcoIa Sfaie 78'
Iowa Teachers Norfh Dakora U. . 7I'
Iowa Teachers Augus+ana .... 66"
Iowa Teachers Morningside . . . 7I"
Iowa Teachers Norlrh DaIco+a Sfafe 66"
Iowa Teachers Cornell ..... 93
Iowa Teachers SouIh DaIcoIa U. . 6I'
Iowa Teachers Cornell ..... 82
Iowa Teachers Loras ...... 8I
Iowa Teachers Norfh DaIco'ra S+aIe 70'
Iowa Teachers Soufh Dakofa U. . 68'
Iowa Teachers Morningside . . . 83'
Iowa Teachers Soufh Dakofa Sfafe 65'
Iowa Teachers Sou+h Dakofa S+a+e 98'
Iowa Teachers Auguslrana .... 86'
Iowa Teachers Grinnell ..... 88
Iowa Teachers Nor+h Dalcofa U. . 7I'
Iowa Teachers Morningside . . . 7I'
Iowa Teachers Augusfana . . . 57'
"Nor+h CenIraI I-Ioliday Tourney
Don Holland cufs sharply Io se+ up a play and Conference record: 7-5
Io s+ar'r +he offense rolling. TOTGI record: I I-I I
Leaping high wirh a righ+-handed hook againsf Cornell is Dick Beefsch, who
complefed his Ihird year of varsify ball. Ray Nissen sefs for a possible
PIGG SHATTERS RECORDS
Returning after two years in the service, Howie
Pigg immediately regained his old form and played ex-
ceptional ball all season. Twice he scored 35 points,
but it wasn't until the season's closer with Augustana
that Howie hit 37 points to break the school record for
most points scored in a single game. Aided by the out-
standing screening and passing of senior LaRoy Horn,
Howie connected for 15 field goals and 7 free throws
to account for his record-breaking total. These 37
points raised his single season mark to -155 which broke
the old record in that department, giving him a college
career total of 10-ll, also a record. Along with these
three, Howie also tool: two records in the free throw
department. His single season mark of 137 free throws
stood 28 above the previous record and his career total
of 283 points from the free throw line also topped the
old mark. To top all these records, Howie Pigg, scor-
ing 455 points in 21 games, broke the old single season
average of 18.7 points per game set by Norm Jesperson
in 1950, with an average of 21.7 points per contest.
Scoring leader Howie Plgg scored many of his points on drive In shots if his over-the-head shot failed to connect. l'le
was able to cut through the defense almost at will 'ro score rolling up 455 points to set a new school record.
The Tutors' second place scorer, Ray Nissen, puts
one in against the Loras Duhawks.
7-5 RECORD IN CONFERENCE
Sharing a three-way' tie for second place in the con-
ference, the Iowa Teachers Panthers were only able to
win seven of their 12 conterenee games but did main-
tain a higher game average, 78.2 points, than their con-
terence toes who averaged only 73.3 points per contest.
Ut the seven games won, six ot these were on the home
court hut only one victory' was scored on the road. The
first conference action of the year saw the Panthers tall
hetore both North Dakota State and North Dakota Ll.
on a road trip. South Dakota Lv. was the first contei-
enee victim ot the year as the Panthers slipped by the
Coyotes fn-l-ol. XVhipping North Dakota State 76-70,
in an overtime. the Panthers then ran out of gas for
two games and lost to South Dakota and Klorningside,
hoth away from home. Returning home, Stan Hall's
quintet defeated South Dakota State but then lost to
them the next week-end at Brookings. The only road
win ot that season was registered that same week-end as
the Panthers fought off a late rally and came out on
top over Augustana, S7-36. The final three contests
were played at home, the Panthers winning all three,
defeating North Dakota, an upset over the league lead-
ersg the thumping of Klorningside 103-715 and the
victory over Augustana in the final game of the season
that accounted tor several team and individual records.
North Dakota University . . 8 4
IOWA TEACHERS . . 7 5
North Dakota State . . 7 5
South Dakota State . . 7 5
South Dakota University . . 6 6
Morningside . . . . 6 6
Augustana . I I I
Southwestern Kansas downed the Tutors, but
they did not stop Dick Beetsch on this drive in.
Beetsch placed third in team scoring tor the
Howie Piqq . 455
Ray Nissen . . 346
Dick Beelsch . 252
Don l-lolland . l9O
Sonny l-lorn . lb?
Del Nicklaus . 90
Bob Boderrnan 7l
Ken Nichols . 6.4
Dale Black . . 24
Dick Slrub , , 23
Lee lvlowrer . I5
Roger Brown . 8
llle Tl-'low board agamsl Auguslana Climbing high on +I-ie back of 'Iwo Loras Du
hawks, sophomore Ray Nissen clears 'rhe
boards. Nissen's 346 poinls broke fhe olcl rec
ord for a firsl-year varsily ball player
1955 WRESTLING TEAM-ROW I: Jerry Jones, Ed Masfeller, Jerry Case, John Doali, John Vovos, Chuck Pinch, Dennis Barton. ROW 2: Bob
Sharp, Fred Loffredo, Sonny Tgiros, Larry Poocli, Neal McGuffin, Bob Jessem, Dale Dye, Jaclt Farrell. ROW 3: Bill Weiclt, Diclt Farmanelt, Gus
Gaffo, Russell Seeley, Jim Beisner, Ray McKenzie, Frank Sovich, Bill Koll.
WRESTLING ON WAY TO TOP
Three returning lettermen fianked by five sopho-
mores, carried the brunt of the attack to put Iowa
Teachers back on the national wrestling map this sea-
son. Facing one of the toughest schedules in many
years, the Panthers rolled on undefeated until meeting
Illinois in the final dual meet of the season. Returning
from the service, 137-lb. Champion Bill VVeick took all
corners, scoring four pins in his undefeated season.
IVeick also led the team in scoring, with a total of 45
team points. Another standout was heavyweight Gus
Gatto, who suffered only one defeat, by one point, in
the opening match against Kansas State. The third
letterman, Fred Loffredo, was usually the turning
point in the matches in which the Panthers were forced
to come from behind to win. The c1'op of sophomores
was led by 123-lb. Ed Masteller who sported a 9-2
record for the season. IlIasteller pinned five of his op-
ponents to lead the team in that department, Another
outstanding sophomore was 167-lb. Dick Formanek
who won seven of his eleven matches and who showed
great promise. This season's record plus the amount of
eager material for next year should prove that wres-
tling is on its way to the top at Iowa State Teachers
The grapplers opened the season by drawing in the
first two meets, with Kansas State and then Illinne-
sota. In the third meet, they began to roll as they
swamped Illinois Normal at Bloomington by a score of
20-6. The next week-end they bettered this score still
more and whipped the xlackrabbits of South Dakota
State 24-6. A little tougher foe was found in lIan-
kato, but they too went down before the Panthers. A
tired Nebraska squad proved to be no competition at
all and wound up on the short end of a 27-3 final
score. The next two meets were crucial ones, both
Cornell and Luther were undefeated up to this time.
Cornell fell by the slim margin of I-l-I2 on a last
match victory by Gus Gatto. Luther, on the other
hand, was defeated easily the next week-end. Going
back into the Big Ten, the Panthers faced Purdue and
overcame an early Purdue lead to hand the Boilermak-
ers a 16-12 loss. The Spartans of Illichigan State
threw a scare into the Tutors but lost out in the final
three matches and were downed also. At this point in
the season, the Panthers were carrying an undefeated
record of eight wins and two draws. In the final meet
of the season, it took a Big Ten school to spoil the un-
defeated season as Illinois spilled them I7-9 closing a
very successful season for the Panther matmen.
The "I'urkey bar" is being ap-
plied Io a Nebraska wresller as
Bill Weick helps The Tulors on
Io a 27-3 decision over 'flue
ec Falls Draws Losses Pls.
4" O O 45
5 0 2 37
3 O l 36
2 2 2 29
O 4 3 20
2 0 5 I6
O' O 7 I4
O 0 7 3
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0 O I O
0 O I 0
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Ilvlalcb won by default
Wres'I'ling mos? of +l1e season af I3O Cliuclc Pinch uses a "cradle" Io pin Paul Krueger ol
Kansas S+a+e .
MinnesoIa . .
IIIinois Normal . .
Soufh Dakofa S'ra+e
Lufher . .
Michigan Sfafe .
8 won, I Ios'r, 2 Iied.
eavywelgI-1+ Gus Ga++o aids The Teachers' cause s+iII more
waIIop1ng of Nebraska by decisioninq his opponent
Scrappy Ed Mas+eIIer, wres+Iinq aI' I23, seems 'ro be enjoying his
nnafch againsf Chuck Green of CorneII. Masfeller wenI' on Io
d ci non his man.
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l955 NCAA I57-Ib. Champ Bill Weiclc is in his usual winning form as he does away with Fred Kuesler of Michigan Stare.
Weiclc wrestled undefeated during the regular season.
Another pin by 'rhe Panlhers is being challced up here
by Dick Formanelc as he rolls Phil Slcatturn of Luther over
on his shoulclers.
Wrestling coach Bill Koll sees that his grap-
plers are in lop shape for each meer.
BILL WEICK NCAA CHAMPION
Three Panther wrestlers made the trip to Ithaca,
New York for the NCAA wrestling tournament held
fllarch 25 and 26. Bill VVeick, 157 lb. champion in
1952, worked his way to the finals by defeating Nor-
man Balot of CCNY, 8-lg Vincent Kelly of Loyola,
6-Og and Bill De YVitt of Pittsburgh on a refereels
decision. ln the finals VVeick downed Big Ten Champ
lllike Rodriguez of llichigan, 6--l, to win the crown
for the second time in as many appearances in the
tournament. Gus Gatto, wrestling at 191, drew a bye
in the first round of action and then scored a victory
over Richard Rlacaleer of Princeton -l-2 in the second
round. Gatto was defeated in the semi-finals on a ref-
ereeys decision by Ken Leuer of lowa who was then
defeated in the championship matches.
The third performer from Iowa Teachers in the
tourney was 167 lb. Dick Formanel-1. ln the first
round, Formanek decisioned Tony Tcocanos of Col-
gate 3-l, but lost in the second round to Del l1IcGhee
of VVashington State. The team total of 1-l points
gave them a llth place berth in the tourney as Okla-
homa A R NI, scoring -10 points, won the tournament
for the second straight year. The fine showing of these
three wrestlers is certainly a credit to their ability,
coach Bill Koll and a performance that the school
should be proud of.
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I954 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-ROW I: George Webber, Dick Lanaghan, Vernon Pickett, Erwin Christianson, Lonnie Ripperlon, Jerry
Anderson, Chuck Rabey. ROW 2: Dave Sarchet, Bob Isenhower, Don Holland, AI Arencls, Bob Huntington, Neil Rafhien, Duane German,
Dave Randolph. ROW 3: Rod Tangeman, Jerry Koch, Dick Beefsch, Ken Norem, Bob Boclerman, LaRoy Horn, Duane Lloyd, Gene Dolphin,
Dale Black, Dick Koch, L. W. "Mun" Whifford.
DIAMOND SQUAD SPLITS EVEN
Always keeping one eye on the weather, the Panther
diamond squad was able to play only 12 of their 15
scheduled games, breaking even for the season with a
six won and six lost record. In the opening double-
header. the weatherman proved to be no help and a
strong wind hampered both squads as the Iowa State
Cyclones took advantage in both, 3-0 and 3-2. 'I'rayel-
ing to Sioux City for another twinbill, the Panthers
broke into the winning column by defeating the Illorn-
ingside Klaroons twice. Rod rllangeman and Dick
Koch turned in two and four hitters, respectively, for
the day's performance. Number three came over La
Crosse Teachers, on the hitting of Hob Huntington
and Duane Ciarman who both collected two hits with
Rod Tangeman again turning in a victory, making the -
lanky senior's record two wins against one defeat.
Iowa Teachers took the measure of Drake, 5-3, in
the first of a tWO-gilllle series with Tangeman making
it three in a row. The Bulldogs jumped back, how-
ever, and captured the second in a pitchers' duel, I-0.
However, injuries in this series hindered the squad in
their encounter with Coe the next week-end. A shuf-
fled line-up fought hard but went down twice, both
times in the fourth inning and by the same scores, both
in favor of the Coe Kohawks.
After a loss to South Dakota State, the record stood
at four wins and six losses with fears of a below par
year. The next day at Brookings, however, the Pan-
thers came back to drub the Jackrabbits, and a final
decision over VVartburg brought the season's mark to
six won and six lost with a .500 mark for the year.
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Gene Dolphin, bahring le'f+-handed, drives Jrhe ball sailing high and
far In+o fhe cuffield.
Bob Hunfingfon looks on as a play is made af second base by Chuck
"Sonny" Horn s1're'i'ches for a pm' ou+ a+ firsf
base in +he home confesi' wifh Wadburg.
Teachers . . O
Teachers . . 2
Teachers . . I7
Teachers . . 4
Teachers . . 3
Teachers . . 5
Teachers . . O
Teachers . . 6
Teachers . . 6
Teachers . . O
Teachers . . I3
Teachers . . I6
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Morningside . .
La Crosse Teachers
Sourh Dakofa Slraie
Soujrh Dakora Sraie
Warfburg . . .
Seasons record: 6 wins and 6 de-Tears.
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be Ihe Iop hurIer in Ihe Panfher affack.
The Pan+her dug-ou+ wa'I'c.hes 'rhe play in a confesi' wifh Iowa Sfafe. Low Iemperafures and a
bi'rIer wind broughf ouf only a sparse crowd.
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1954 VARSITY TRACK TEAM-ROW I: Leroy Dunn, Roger Leary, Dave Church, James Parks, Warren Morris, Dick Sehmann, Doug Butler,
Dean Cramer, Francis Schuelka, Robert Kratky, Richard Ranson. ROW 2: Dave Tollefson, Don Kolsrud, Bob Lang, Roy Voggesser, Jim Buckels,
John White, John Sioblom, Francis Quirk, Nick Hulst, James Wachenheim. ROW 3: Brooke Workman, Dennis Hunt, George Chambers, Jim
Lundquisf, Gary Gorham, Larry Paulsen, Jim Rosien, Philip Kofron, Don Lange.
THINCLADS UNDEFEATED IN DUAL MEETS
The Panthers opened their 195-l outdoor track sea-
son with the Slst annual TC Relays in which a record
of 83 schools participated. Three standing records
were shattered during the day: these included new
marks in the jayelin throw, the pole-vault and a new
time in the lOl?-yard dash. The dash record was not
allowed, however, because of adverse wind conditions.
The thinclacls returned from the Drake Relays in Des
lkloines with a tie for fourth in the pole-vault and a
first in the lowa College SSO-yard relay. Following
these two relays, the Panthers went undefeated in dual
meets the rest of the season, downing XVartburg, Lu-
ther, Cornell and flrinnell, extending the victory
string to nine straight. Next came the fklid-kVest.
Championships here at TC with lklankato State
Teachers claiming first and the Panthers holding down
second place. lklilwaukee State followed TC in third
place. ln the final meet of the season, the Panther
thinclads took part in the North Central Conference
meet at Sioux City. The squad went all out but was
only able to capture second placeg South Dakota State
taking nrst and South Dakota University third. Thus
ended the 195-l track season with nothing but praise
for Art Dickinson's thinclads. While showing all-
around balanced power, the Panthers worked hard all
season and well deserved the honors and praise which
they received. The over-all record showed nine dual
victories and outstanding showings in all contests, in-
cluding duals, triangulars and relays.
Lou Paulsen kicks clear oT The bar on a high iump aTTempT.
Grinnell ....... 27"
VVarTburg 30 Coe . . 27'
Cmaha . 50 So. DaI4oTa 25"
Dubuque 48 Upper Ia. O'
Upper Iowa ...... I
NorTh DaIcoTa . . . 4I
WarTburg . . 43
LuTher . . 36
Cornell ....... 46
Grinnell ....... 46
'Indoor IVIeeT Telegraphic IVIeeT
Mid-WesT Championships: Iowa Teachers second
NorTh CenTraI ConTerence: Iowa Teachers second
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AbouT To lei' fly The discus is Jim
Wachenheim, in a PanTher nighT
Don Lange sirains Tor ThaT exTra TooT ThaT would
have given him a vicTory in The Mid-WesT Relays.
Sprinfers Larry Hoffer and Roger Leary running second and 'rhird in The Mid'Wes+ Championship
Coach Ar+ Dickinson wa+ches his Jrhin-
ciads as rhey work our.
Leading ihe pack over rhe high hurdles is Gary Gorham, whiie a Coe
hnrdler on 'rhe leir presses him closely.
Pole-vaulfer Jim Lundquish refurn-
ing 'ro acfion Jrhis year, sails over
The bar in one of his record vauiis.
Brooke Workman passes the baton to Dean Cramer in a tri-
angular meet with Coe and Wartburg.
FOR INDOOR TRACKSTERS
Opening what proved to be a very outstanding sea-
son, the indoor trackmeu stormed over the Grinnell
Pioneers on the TC track, 73-27, in the first meet ot
the new season. VVith this win under their belts, the
Panthers continued the season undefeated, taking the
measure of all opponents in their encounters. Victories
were claimed over Wartblirg and Coeg Omaha and
South Dakotag and Dubuque and Upper Iowa. A dual
meet with Upper Iowa saw the Peacocks taking only
one third place position with the Panthers walking off
with a 94-1 decision. The final indoor contest, a tele-
graphic meet with North Dakota University, also was
taken by Teachers, running the victory string to five.
VVith these five straight victories to their credit, the
TC thinclads were ready to go outside and to open
their outdoor campaign the next week-end.
In smooth torm, Leroy Dunn puts the shot tor
another tirst place.
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l954 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM-ROW I: Coach Bill Koll. Jim Logan, Franlc Carfhey, John Van Epps. ROW 2: Lesfer Hill,
Don Brendel, Roger Hessenius, Tom Yager, Roger Ganslte.
NET SQUAD TOPS CONFERENCE
Tennis Coach Bill Koll, working with a nucleus of
six returning lettermen, led his netmen through a suc-
cessful season and the capturing of the North Central
Conference crown for the second straight year. The
six returning lettermen included number one man
Roger Ganske, VVaterlo0g Don Brendel, IX'Iason Cityg
Roger Hessenius, Cedar Rapidsg Jim Logan, Cedar
Fallsg john Van Epps, Clintong and Tom Yager, Bur-
lington. After dropping the first contest with Iowa
State, the Panthers came back strong to knock over
Loras and YVartburg by lop-sided scores before falling
before Luther. Defeat number three came at Grinnell
before the Panthers once more downed Wartbu1'g and
revenged the earlier loss to Luther.
The duo of Frank Carthey and Tom Yager proved
to be too much for South Dakota State's Radike and
Qlson in the North Central Conference meet, by tak-
ing a 6-l, 6-2 decision. In the same meet, Roger Gan-
ske defended his singles championship against Lunder-
ing of Augustana by scores of 6-4 and 6-3. These vic-
tories once more assured the Iowa Teachers representa-
tives the conference crown. The championship crown
plus a 4-3 record in dual matches combined to make a
fairly successful season for the netmen.
Veferan ne+man Roger Ganske
fakes a warm up serve during
a pracfice session.
Iowa Teachers . . I Iowa Siaie . .
Iowa Teachers . . 4 Loras . . .
Iowa Teachers . . 7 Warfburg . . .
Iowa Teachers . . I Lufher . . .
Iowa Teachers . . I Grinnell . .
Iowa Teachers . . 7 Warfburq . . .
Iowa Teachers . . 5 Lufher ..... .
Nor+h Cen+raI Tournament Iowa Teachers hrs?
S+ucIying The backhand form of John Van Epps are Don Brendel, Tom Yager and Roger I-Iessenius. All four were Iop
performers on Ihe courfs during Ihe season.
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GOLFERS AWARDED CROWN
For the seventh consecutive year, the golf team was
able to come out on top and captured the North Cen-
tral Conference crown. Taking oyer the coaching spot
for the first time this season, Coach -lim Clark had the
services of four returning lettermen in Ralph Capitani,
Des Hloinesg Bill Darland, VVI1fCl'lOOQ Bud Blair and
Dick Lynch, hoth ot Cedar Falls, in addition to Rollie
XViley, a transfer from Boone JC. The Panthers op-
ened the season with a win of C353-SM over YVartburg.
The remainder of the season saw the team playing out-
standing golf and going undefeated in all six of their
dual contests and finishing second in their only triangu-
lar meet. The wins included two victories OVCI' lVart-
burg, and one each over Grinnell, Luther, Loras and
Drake. The second place came in a triangular meet
between the Panthers, Luther and La Crosse Teachers.
La Crosse came out on top with TC and Luther fol-
lowing closely behind. Next came the conference tour-
nament at Sioux City. Representing Iowa Teachers in
the tourney were Capitani, Darland, Blair and Wiley',
with the latter turning in a 27-hole score of 119 to
capture medalist honors and to lead the team to the
conference championship for the seventh consecutive
Triangular meer af Lufher.
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owe Teachers . 5lf2
Warlburq . . SV2
Grinnell . . V2
Lulher . . 4lf2
Warlburq . . 4lf2
Lulrher .... QV2
La Crosse Teachers 24'f2
Loras ..... 2
Drake ..... 5
Norlh Cenlral Conference Tournament
Iowa Teachers first
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WOMEN HAVE WELL-RCUNDED INTRAMURAL PROGRAM
Volleyball leagues were set up and championships were played. Interest grew in all womens intramurals during the past
A very well rounded and efticient program of wom-
en's intramurals was carried on throughout the year
under the supervision of various student activity lead-
ers, each being responsible for one particular sport.
Last fall the women students engaged in field hockey
and soccer. The highlights of the winter season were
contests in badminton, basketball and volleyball.
Leagues were formed for these two sports and a cham-
pion was decided in each league. VVith the coming of
spring, such sports as golf, tennis. stunts and tumbling,
and team softball were played. Cycling during the
spring and skiing during the winter months were also
included. Physical lfducation majors and minors
served as team coaches during the intramural seasons.
Field hockey provides strenuous activity tor
those energetic enough to talce part in the
Golf in The spring gave The women sTudenTs The chance To
prove Their slqill on The Tairways.
The women's Tennis courTs were usually Tilled To capaciTy during The spring monThs as
The women spenT much Time using The TaciliTies.
PARTICIPATION IN MEN'S INTRAMURALS GROWS
Two len-team leagues played their
games in the men's gym. Play-offs were
held between the fwo fop teams in each
Both interest and participation in men's intramurals
grew considerably during the past year. The men stu-
dents were able to take part in both team sports such
as softball, touch football and basketball and individual
contests as chess, checkers, pool and billiards. Last fall,
many fiercely fought battles of touch football were
played on the women's hockey and Seerley fields that
often lasted until after sundown. The Hhlacksn came
through in fine style to capture the championship in the
final game of the football season with a win over the
"Stadium Stars." The basketball season ran very
smoothly with games being played in the men's gym.
Two ten-team leagues were formed and a play-off be-
tween the two top teams in each league determined the
champion of the two leagues. This play-off was won
by the Phi Sigs. All men's intramurals this year were
handled by Vern Rosene.
The ball carrier is being rushed in a game played on Seerley field. A growing interest was shown in men's inframurals
The "S1'adium S+ars" kick on +0 begin +he championship game wi+h The "Jacks,"
Almosi' every nigh? lasi' spring saw soflrball Jreams in adion on Jrhe foofball pradice fields. Each Team
enfered carried on a full schedule of games.
TAU CHI ETA-POW I: H. Earl Raih, Mary Martin, Nancy Usher, Belly Vestal, Lavon Burrichier, Barbara Lucas, Wilma McLuen, Belfy Vance.
Lea Kohlhof. ROW 2: Davelfa Williams, Janet Hammer, Marilyn Wiclrland, Shirley Hickey, Carol Shumalcer, Dianne Damro, Donna Schu-
macher, Dixie Jennings, Rufh Lee. ROW 3: Janice Bruening, Beverly Burgus, Lois Ruhl, Sue Singer, Wilma Wesfphal, Carole Wedemeyer,
Roberta Kenny, Margy Owens, Joyce Nielsen, Earlene Shourek. ROW' 4: Joyce Jensen, Carolyn Wruclc, Marilyn Hansen, Ruih Grempel,
Charleen Leaverion, Geraldine Colion, Rachelle De Winter, Leona Cooper, Myrna Latch, Glenda MoriiH', Margery Hansen. ROW 5: Peggy
Siarlr, BeH'y Fisher, Sandra Schramm, Elaine Heral, Sandra Pursell, Carol Preh, Anita Fouls, Karen Eclrhoff, Ellen Pearson, Barbara Siriley,
TAU CHI ETA BACKS THE PANTHERS
CHEERLEADERS-Betty Vance, Connie Clark, Carolyn
Henderson, Brenda Benelce, Berry Vesial.
Tau Chi lfta is made up of students interested in
promoting the school spirit and to urge the Panthers
on to victory. Klembership is open to anyone who is
willing to lend support to the athletic teams. They
usually attended these games en-masse to organize the
cheering Sections, sponsored pep rallies, sold homecom-
ing buttons, and did all they could to arouse the spirit
of the student body. The club held cheerleader try-
outs in the fall to pick the cheerleaders for the year and
the freshmen altern:1tes. Sponsored hy Dr. H. lfarl
Ruth, the loyalist sports fan on campus, 'liau Chi Eta's
otiicers for the year were Laiion Burrichter, president,
liarhara Lucas, vice-presidentg and Betty Yestal, secre-
"I" CLUB SELECTS QUEENS
Klembership in the "I" Club is open to all men who
earn a major or minor letter. The club is self-sup-
ported by the help of its members who maintain a con-
cession stand at IDOst athletic contests. The members
take part in helping run off large scale contests such as
the Invitational VVrestling match and the Teachers
College Relays. Another duty of the "I" Club is the
selecting from the student body of a queen and three
attendants each fall, winter, and spring to reign over
the sports activities during that quarter. james Clark
was this year's sponsor. Officers were LaRoy Horn,
presidentg Jerry Reynolds, vice-presidentg Dick Lana-
ghan, secretary, and Dave Church, treasurer.
"l" Club members serve the infermission crowd.
l CLUB-ROW I: Frank Carfney, Dave Church, Jerry Reynolds, LaRoy Horn, Dick Lanaghan, Fred Loffredo, Ken Nichols, Gus Goito. ROW 2:
Doug Bufler, Bob Huntington, Charles Rabey, Duane Garman, Bernard Ceilley, Duane Newron, Larry Bifcon, John Van Epps. ROW 3: Dale
Cook, Wayne Gerken, Don Kolsrud, LeRoy Dunn, Roger Leary, George Webber, Dick Beefsch, Vern Rosene. ROW 4: Bob Boderman, Roy
Voggesser, Don Fisher, Rod Hoogland, Jim Hershberger, Bill Darland, Dale Black, Don Holland, Jim Lundquisf. ROW 5: Dick Corrick, Don
Ramig, Gary Gorham, Howard Pigg, Roger Hessenius, Jim Rosien, Roland Wiley, Larry Holifer.
Miss Shirley McChesney
Miss Anna May Wesiphal
'54-'55 "l" Queens
Miss Mary Conrad
Spring "l" Queen and her a'Hendan+s-
Pal Carolhers, Kallwy Obye, Marilyn
Walmsley, Shirley Mcclnesney.
Fall "l" Queen and her aH'endan+s-Fran Baker, Jo SerneH', Marilyn Walm-
sley, Mary Conrad.
Win'l'er "l" Queen and her aHendan+s-Anna May
Wes+pl1al, Jo Suffern, Barb Teig, Pal' Granau.
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ALPHA PHI GAMMA-ROW l: Earl Dornfeld, Dale Higdon, Mary Ann Conley, Ed West, James Lockwood. ROW 2:
Sally Horn, Loretta Middleton, Lois Dunlap, Barbara Smith, Suzanne Gordon, Mary Lehrer. ROW 3: Beverly Dornbusch,
Doug Doerzman, David Baker. Gerald Cias, Jean Bishop.
HONORARY JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY
Alpha Phi Gamma pledges eagerly wai+ for +I-me pledg-
ing ceremony lo begin.
r'XI,PHA PHI Ld.-KMMA, national honorary co-educa-
tional journalistic fraternity, is open to all students
who have worked on publications for three quarters,
two quarters in a major stall position, and have a
scholarship above college average. The major events of
the year were the animal Publications Picnic and the
Gridiron Dinner honoring the personnel of the Teach-
ers College publications. Ar the dinner special awards
were given to staff members who had done outstanding
work in journalism, and the traditional Oil Can was
presented to the student who contributed the most to
journalism. Alpha Phi Gamma sponsor was hilary
Ann Conley. Olhcers for the year were James Lock-
wood, presidentg Dale Higdon, vice-presidentg Ed
lVest, secretaryg and Earl Dornfeld, treasurer.
CHIMES, a national honor organization for junior wo-
men, recognizes outstanding leadership and service. Re-
quirements for membership are a 2.8 overall grade point,
four leadership points, six points for interest, religious,
and social activities, and two points for participation in
honor organizations. VVomen meeting these require-
ments are tapped on VVomen's Day. Traditional proj-
ects sponsored by Chimes are the information booth at
Homecoming and 'lCoffee and Carols" at Christmas
times. Chimes, working with Torch and Tassel, oper-
ated the Student Book Exchange this year, Bliss Ruth
Renaud was the group's sponsor and the oflicers were
Nlildred Hartbeck, presidentg Phyllis Gregg, vice-
presidentg Betty Vance, secretaryg and Carolyn Bolger,
ORGANIZATION HONORS JUNIOR WOMEN
CHIMES-ROW I: Carolyn Bolger Phyllis Gregg Mildred Harlbeclc Betty Vance Mary Helsler ROW
2: Eslher Hiclcs, Mary Lehrer Ruth Fellows Ruth Renaud
DELTA SIGMA RHO-Robert Davis, Lavon Burriclwfer, Lillian Wagner, Kennelh
HONOR FRATERNITY FOR DEBATERS
DELTA SIGMA RI-Io, national honorary forensics fra-
ternity, recognizes junior and senior students who have
shown outstanding ability in debate and public speak-
ing competition, maintained high scholarship, and ex-
hibited leadership ability. The Iowa Teachers chapter,
founded over forty years ago, has the distinction of
being the only chapter in the entire nation located in a
teachers college. In cooperation with the Speech Activ-
ities Club, the group annually sponsors forensics con-
ferences for high school and college students. It eu-
courages the highest quality of participation in debate
and other forensic activities. Dr. Lillian VVagner
serves as sponsor of the group. Officers this year have
been Lavon Burrichter, president, Robert Davis, vice-
president, and Kenneth Andersen, secretary-treasurer.
HONORARY INDUSTRIAL ARTS FRATERNITY
Dr. Palmer, Roger Hessenius, and Ralph Long check
eligibility for membership.
The national honor fraternity on the l.S.T.C. Cam-
pus for industrial arts and vocational industrial educa-
tion is EPSILON P1 TAU. This organization promotes
and recognizes skills and research in these two fields.
Any junior, senior, or graduate major may join, pro-
viding he has a 3.0 grade index in professional courses
and a 2.5 index for over-all college work. Teachers
College alumni who have made outstanding contribu-
tions in the industrial arts field are also eligible for
menibership. Dr. H. G. Palnier was the sponsor. Gilli-
eers for the year were Roger Hessenius, president, and
Ralph Long, secretary-treasurer.
EPSILON PI TAU-ROW' I: L. S. Wright, Ralph Long, Roger Hessenius, H. G. Palmer. ROW 2: Earl Dornfeld, Harvey SnuH
ier, E, D. Crosby, G. H. Elliot, George Bunn. ROW 3: Willis Wagner, Don Hay, Stanley Miles, Charles Tabarella, Don Hender
son, R. E. Mafala.
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KAPPA DELTA Pl-ROW lr O. E. Thompson, John Anderson, Irma Rice, Roberta McKee, Beverly Carpenter, Arthur Redner. ROW 2:
Norma Falck, Marlys McGarvey, Neva Davis, Pamela Wymore, Jenise Schnur, Sally Carbaugh. ROW 3: Mary Jane Arnold, Pat Cline, Betty
Vestal, Marilyn Gibson, Doris Carolus, Marlyn Shepard, Delores Lynch. ROW 4: Mary Hurlbut, Dorothy Sfeege, Norman Russell, Clyde
Greve, David Turner, Duane Fuhrman, Loren Hoion, Marilyn Russell.
EDUCATION HONOR FRATERNITY
Members of Kappa Delta Pi listen to Mr. Harlan Miller,
Blackhawk county, ai' an informal
KAPPA DELTA PI is a national honorary educational
fraternity for juniors, seniors, and graduate students
who have completed 10 hours of education and have
maintained a 3.0 average in general scholarship. The
purpose of the organization is to encourage high pro-
fessional, intellectual, and personal standards and to
recognize outstanding contributions to education. Psi,
the l.S.T.C. chapter, was the 22nd of the 195 chapters
now installed. Prospective members must go before a
questioning board composed of the actives who vote
afterward on accepting these applicants. An initiation
dinner and ceremony is an annual event although new
members are admitted two or three times per year.
Included in this year's program of speakers and films
was a discussion with campus school students and stu-
dent teachers to evaluate teaching. Dr. O. E. Thomp-
son was sponsor. Officers for this year were Roberta
Hcliee, presidentg Eli Potts, vice-presidentg Beverly
Carpenter, secretaryg and Irma Rice, treasurer.
HONOR FRATERNITY FOR MATHEMATICIANS
IQAPPA HIL' EPSILON, national honor fraternity in
mathematics, has as its purpose the promotion of inter-
est in the study of mathematics and the recognition and
encouragement of a high scholastic standard among the
students. This organization requires that pledges must
be a major or minor in math, have completed a speci-
fied number of hours in math, and have maintained a
2.5 average or above in all of their subjects. The initi-
ates must write a paper on some phase of mathematics.
These papers are presented at meetings throughout the
year. The organization had a coffee hour at Home-
coming and attended the annual fall picnic jointly with
the lN'Iath Club. Delegates were sent to the National
Convention at VVayne State Teachers in Nebraska
which was held Nlay 6 and 7. The I.S.T.C. chapter
of Kappa Blu Epsilon was the second in the nation to
be organized and the first in the state of Iowa. Fred
Lott was sponsor this year. Qlilicers were Bernie
Thielen, presidentg George Utley, vice-presidentg and
Jane lllardorf, secretary.
Deloy Benson and Dave Sarchel' become activated into
Kappa Mu Epsilon.
KAPPA MU FPSILON-ROW I: Augusta Schurrer, Fred LoH-, Bernie Thielen, George Utley, Jane Mardorf, Glenadine Gibb. ROW 2: Ly-
man Peck, lrvln Brune, H. Van Engen, Dave Sarchei, DeLoy Benson, James Lockwood.
NEW HONORARY FOR ARTISTS
li.-XPP,-X P1 is a national honorary art fraternity open I-
to both men and women of outstanding scholarship
xx hose main interest is in the iield of art. Beta Rho
Chapter was installed on the l.S.T.C. campus last year,
195-l. The purposes of the fraternity are to promote
art interest among college students, to bring the art
departments of various colleges closer together, and to
recognize potential and professional ability. Kappa Pi,
the national fraternity, holds biannual conventions and
publishes an annual magazine, Thr Slwirlz Iiaoly and
a newspaper, The Skvtrh Przzl, which feature regional,
national, and permanent exhibits. Paul Smith spon-
sored this group. Olheers for this year were Lee loom
president: Donette Lentz, secretary: and Hugo Klatt,
Kappa Pi's stop +o analyze rheir arf worlc.
KAPPA Pl-ROW I: John Page, Donelfe Lenlz, Lee Toom, Hugo Klail, Paul Smi+h. ROW 2: Marilyn
Seaver, Dorolhy Peterson, Jenine Anderson, Marjorie Zemanelr. ROW 3: Sue Gerbeaich, Norma Abbas,
Bob Welch, Joanna Yungclas, Mary Hurlbuf. ROW 4: Clifford Herrolcl, David Delafield, Dorothy Sfeege,
Harry Guillaume, David Balmer, Ralph Haskell.
The Beta Nu chapter of PHI ML' ALPHA SINFONL-1.
is Z1 national fraternity for men interested in music and
is dedicated to promoting finer music in America.
Nlembership eligibility is determined by the following:
average scholastic record, interest in music, and active
participation in college music groups. This group spon-
sors many activities and musical groups on campus each
year. One of the more prominent activities is the con-
temporary American Jazz Concert which they present
annually. Sponsor this year was Harold Holst. Oth-
cers were Willianl Olson, president: Jerry lIcR0be1'ts,
vice-president: -lack King, secretary: and Jerald
Phi Mu members Bill Olson, Darrell Scott, P. J. Meli
char, and Larry MaH'ox look over a musical score tor
"Jazz on the Plains."
HONORARY FOR MEN INTERESTED IN MUSIC
PHI MU ALPHA-ROW I: Jere Graetz, Jerry McRoberts, William Olson, Jack King, Duane Evans. ROW 2: Dave Liliegren, Norman Egll
Don Winters, Robert Mclntire, Leon Webb. ROW 3: Ralph Wedelcing
Frantz. ROW 4: Larry Mattox, Darrell Scott, Roger Naylor, John Heiden
, John Nielsen, John Andersen, Keith Moreland, Bob Bourne, Richard
, Doug Eitzman, Harrison Boughton, Erwin Christianson.
Pl GAMMA MU-ROW I: M. R. Thompson, William Dee, David Turner, Jean McGrew, Howard Jones, Mary Hunter. ROW 2: George
Poage, Charles Leavitt, Robert Strain, Mary Lehrer, Loren Horton, Lyman Harris. ROW 3: Richard Dugstad, William Lang, Leland Sage,
Donald Howard, Donald Felt, Russell Pieper. RGNN 4: Clyde Greve, LaRoy Horn, Charles Grassley, Louis Bultena, Morris Crawford, Eli D.
Polls, Ralph Fahrney.
NATIONAL HONORARY FOR SOCIAL SCIENTISTS
Formal pledging of Pi Gamma Mu seems to be an ex-
tremely pleasant' task iudging by the pledges' expres-
,N P1 GAAIAIA Mtg national honorary social science
.nal organization, has as its purpose the furthering of the
study of human problems. llembership is open to jun-
iors and seniors with thirty hours of 3.0 or above in
this field. The organization utilized the open discus-
sion type of program rather than stiff, formal meetings,
to further the understanding of contemporary human
X A problems. One such discussion was on the topic of the
assimilation of Negroes to white schools in the South
and Fast. Pi Gamma Blu has a tradition that each
new group of initiates must put on Il program for the
actiyes at the time of initiation. One program was a
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5 "Jimi, 1 ' ' - far. ' economic, and religious problems. Another topic was a
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the initiates participated. Dr. ll. R. Thompson was
the sponsor. Ullicers for this year were David Turner,
presidentg and .lean lXlcGrew, vice-president.
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Pl OMEGA Pl-ROW I: James Blanforcl, Pamela Wymore, LaVonne Mohr, Dale Grabhinslxi, Pal Cline, Kathryn Humphry. ROW 2: Lee
Peclelly, Jean Rife, Marlys McGarvey, Pal Montgomery, Norma Willis. ROW 3: Lloyd Douglas, Mary Heisler, Agnes Lebeda, Norma Mc-
Eachran, Joy Schwab, Don Nelson. ROW 4: Lulne Klisarl, Belly Vance, Ruth Schwielerf, Dorolhy Steege, E. L. Marielfa.
HONORARY FOR BUSINESS EDUCATION MAJORS
Pi Omega Pi members enjoy one of 'rhe organiza'I'ion's
PI OBIEGA PI, of which Gamma is the local chapter,
is the national honor fraternity for business education '
majors. The aims of Pi Omega Pi include promoting
interest in scholarship, aiding civic betterment of
schools, and encouraging high ethical standards in busi-
ness and professional life. This organization is open to
juniors and seniors who have a grade index of 2.75 in
both business and general college subjects. llrs. Kath-
erine Humphrey was Pi Omega Pils sponsor. OH'icers
for the year were LaVonne lllohr, presidentg Dale
Grahinski, vice-presidentg Pamela VVymore, secretaryg
Patricia Cline, treasurerg Patricia llontgomery, re-
porterg and Dorothy Steege, historian.
PURPLE ARROW-ROW I: Beverly Andersen, Mary Conrad, Loraine Douglass, Kae Kessler, Allison Multai, Annette Al-
len. ROW 2: Norma Wefzel, Joetta Mosley, Shirley Prichard, Anne Parlrs, Mary Youngren. ROW 3: Sally Horn, Rufh
Montgomery, Shirley M. Olson, Shirley Hicks, Mariorie Anaslasi, Kalhryn Zinlr. ROW 4: Dorothy Horn, Janet Palfee,
Lois Puhrmann, Gloria Johnson, Liane Christofifersen, Karen Wiese, Loretla Middleton.
PURPLE ARROW-ROW I: Marilyn Estes, Norma Gehring, Phyllis Purcell, Sharon Sanders, PaHy Halre, Gertrude Lesher.
POW 2: Karen Hedum, Carol Pals, Suzanne Gordon, Sally Graslrewic1, Frances Chapman, Jean Graellinger. ROW 3:
Beverly Hurf, Joanne Hovmarli, Janice Lamb, Joan Anderson, Barbara Priest, Donna Schultz, Barbara Lucas. ROW 4:
Phyllis Anderson, Eleanor Puclr, Phyllis Durlrop, Beverly Dornbusch, Janice Harms, Shirley Zaiger, Janice Russetl, Frieda
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE WOMEN'S HONORARY
uliiiowleclge, Integrity, Loyalty" is the motto of the
lJL'Ri'I.E ARRow. The ohjeets of this organization are
to encourage seholarship among freshman and sopho-
more women ancl to further the best interests of l.S.
T.C. 'lio belong to Purple Arrow, a grade point aver-
age of 3.0 or ahove for two consecutive quarters must
be maintaineil. Any thiril quarter freshman or sopho-
more woman with this qualification heeomes a member
of the organization. Approximately two meetings are
held per quarter. All meetings this year were held at
down-the-line dinners. This year the Purple Arrow
maintained a guide service for people visiting the cam-
pus. llliss lfdna Illiller was the sponsor and the Olli-
eers were Kae liessler, presidentg Loraine Douglas,
vice-presidentg Nlary Conrail, seeretaryg Allison Niu-
kai, treasurerg Annette Allen, program Chairmang
Shirley liohning, guide chairman.
V .,-' The only national honor organization of its kind in
i f ,. , ,,.:.., . Iowa for students interested in education for the
' 1 speech defective and the acoustically handicapped is the
V l Chi Chapter of SIGMA ALPH.A ETA. There are two
levels of membership: key membership and associate
membership. To be an associate member, one must be
interested in speech correction. Speech correction ma-
jors having a 3.0 grade index in the major and 2.8
over-all college average are key members. The Direc-
tOl' of the Speech and Hearing Clinic, Dr. E. C. Foss
sum, was the sponsor. Co-sponsors for the year were
Lois E. Shefte and David Williams. Qfhcers were jo
Ann Hoffman, presidentg llildred VVood, vice-presi-
dentg Dolores Sommerdorf, secretaryg and Neva Da-
Mrs. David Williams speaks +o Sigma Alpha Era mem-
SPEECH CORRECTION HONORARY
SIGMA ALPHA ETA--ROVV l: Lois Shefte, Dolores Sommerdorf, JoAnn Hoffman, Mildred Wood, Sandra Waldron.
ROW 2: Beverly Sfewarl, John Holmes, Donna Bailey, Roy Timmons, Ruth Fellows, Roberr Cody. ROW 3: Esther
Hicks, E. C. Fossum, David Williams, Uriel Gehring, Judy Taylor.
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SIGMA .ALPHA IOT.-A is a national honorary music
fraternity for women. This organization is open to
music majors or minors who have a 2.8 grade index in
music and a 2.5 over-all college average. Presenting
musical works of contemporary American composers
and carrying out a well planned program of music edu-
cation are the objectives of the fraternity. Sigma Alpha
lota tries to maintain and improve high standards of
both the individual and the Chapter in music and
scholarship. Sponsors of the group were illrs. lvilliam
Latham, llrs. Karl Holvik, and llliss ,lane Birkhead.
Oliicers for this year were Klarilyn Russell, president,
Klary ,lane Arnold, vice-presidentg Phyllis French and
Pat Brown, secretaries, and Lynne Sutton, treasurer.
MUSIC HONORARY FOR WOMEN
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA-ROW I1 Lynne Suffon, Mary Jane Arnold, Marilyn Russell, Phyllis French, Carolyn Bolger. ROW
2: Palsy Yales, Jenise Schnur, Patricia Brown, Bonnie Manahl, Marilyn Sheeley. ROW 3: Donna Sharp, Avis Evely,
Judith Wurch, Phyllis Rogers.
SOCIAL SCIENCE HONORS-ROW I: Belly Fisher, Charles Grassley, M. R. Thompson, Jean McGraw, Mary Lehrer.
ROW 2: Loren Horlon, Russell Pieper, Donald Fell, Clyde Greve, Byron Thomas. ROW 3: Dave Turner, LaRoy Horn,
Eli D. Polls, Richard Dugslad.
Several Social Science Honors members congregale
lor an inlormal "gel-logelherf'
SOCIAL SCIENCE HONORS
SOCIAL SCIENCE HONORS, which was originated in
the early l93O's, is an organization for outstanding so-
cial science majors and minors. Rlembership is open to
all students who have completed thirty hours of social
science with a grade of "BU or above. There are no
dues or fees. This yea1"s program included discussion-
type meetings led by special speakers or students and
faculty members, and joint meetings with the sister
national organization, Pi Gamma lllu. Some of the
joint meetings consisted of a get-together on election
night to listen to election returns, and the annual
spring picnic. Dr. BI. R. Thompson was the sponsor
and secretary of the group. Other olhcers were Charles
Grassley, presidentg and Theodore lloflitt, vice-presi-
THETA ALPHA PHI-ROW I: JoAnn Lusson, LaVonne Gross, Lyle Fisher, Kay Honohan, Stanley Wood. ROW 2: Hazel Strayer, Alice
Hayes, Hugh Lunde, Elaine McDaviH.
HONOR FRATERNITY FOR DRAMATISTS
Several members of Thefa Alpha Phi scan a play script
B rr .7 'liHE'l'.-X ALPHA PHI is the national honorary dra-
H ' ' gg 2 matics fraternity nn campus. The members must have
'N r E, F 1 made high achievements in all phases of drama. Theta
'W H Alpha Phi co-operates with all dramatic activities on
5111 I lj E1 campus anal strives to increase interest, stimulate crea-
' tiveness anal foster artistic achievement in all of the
arts and crafts of the theater. Sponsor this year was
Hazel Strayer. Olfticers were Lyle Fisher, presidentg
l,aV0nne Gross, secretary: and Kay Honohan, treas-
THETA THETA EPSILON-ROW I: Della Collins, Lavonne Wenger, Phyllis Johnson, Catherine Flood, Mary Jo Tobin.
ROW 2: Rufh Allen, Olive Holliday, Elisabeth Sutherland, Edna Shores.
HONORARY HOME ECONO ICS FRATERNITY
Theta Thefa Epsilon hold 'their meeiings in a modern,
well furnished lounge in fhe voca+ionaI building.
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THETA FIQHETA EPSILON, the honorary home eco-
nomics fraternity, was organized for the purpose of
developing scholarship, leadership, and professional at-
titudes in home economics. The organization is open
to junior and senior women with a 2.8 average in
twenty-five hours of home economics and au over-all
College average of 2.0. lllembers must be active in the
Ellen H. Richards Club and one other college organi-
zation. lllembers also must serve as ofheial hostesses
at all social functions in the Home Economies depart-
ment. Dr. Elisabeth Sutherland sponsored the organi-
zation. Officers were Catherine Flood, president, and
Della Collins and Mary -Io Tobin, secretaries.
TORCH AND TASSEL-ROW I: Jenise Schnur, Lavon Burrichfer, Mary Jane Arnold, Belly Vestal, Marian McBrair, Pal' Granau. ROW 2:
Corrine Larson, Palsy Yates, Marybelle Chase, Dorothy Sreege, Marilyn Lewis, Shirley Mahannah.
SENIOR WOMEN'S HONORARY ORGANIZATION
Torch and Tassel, along wi+h the other women's
honor organizations, keeps the line moving a+ Ihe
Student Book Exchange.
TORCH AND TAASSEL was organized for the purpose
of recognizing senior women outstanding in leadership,
scholarship and participation in interest and honorary
groups, and to be of service on the campus. In order to
be eligible, a girl must have a grade point of 2.5 or
above, a prescribed number of leadership and interest
points, and she must be eligible for membership in an
honor organization. New members are tapped at the
lVomen's Day Convocation in the spring. In addition
to assisting in the campus guide service, the book ex-
change was the big job this year in which Torch and
Tassel worked jointly with Chimes and the Student
League Board. Dr. lvlarian lVIeBrair was sponsor.
Officers for this year were lN'Iary Jane Arnold, presi-
dentg Lavon Burrichter, vice-presidentg and Betty
ORGANIZATION PRESIDENTS HONORED AT DINNER
Presidents of all campus organizations were feted at
the annual Presidents' dinner sponsored by the Qrgani-
zations Committee of Student League Board. The
main address of the evening was given by Richard Lieb,
president of S.L.B. Special guests included Dr. Hlarian
KIcBriar, associate dean of studentsg Dr. Paul Bender,
dean of studentsg and Dr. Lyman Harris of the Social
Science department. LaYon Burrichter was mistress of
Dick Lieb, president of S'I'ucIen+ League Board, speaks a+ +I1e Presiden+s Dinner
ALPHA PHI OMEGA-Daniel Bradley, Duane Wombolt, Harold Bernhard, Gary Aifchison, Fred McCracken.
Fra'rerni+y members get together for some informal
ALPHA PHI OMEGA OFFERS SERVICE
Bien who are interested in upholding the principles
of the Boy Scouts may become members of ALPHA
PHI OAIEG.A of which Beta Epsilon is the local chapter.
They willfully offer their services to the school and
community and aid local scout leaders and troops. An
annual service of this organization is the presentation
of a traveling trophy to an outstanding Cedar Falls
citizen. This is strictly a service organization and is
not an honorary or social fraternity. It is the only
Greek letter society acknowledged as such in the
world. The sponsor was Dr. Harold Bernhard. The
oflicers of the local chapter of Alpha Phi Omega were
Gary Aitchison, presidentg Fred lXlcCracken, secre-
taryg and john llladouras, t1'easurer.
ART CLUB-ROW lr DoneHe Lenfz, Lee Toom, Hugo Klatf, Jenine Anderson, Clifford Herrold. ROW 2: Mary Ann Ponder, Janet Roslien,
Bob Welch, Be'H'y Rasmussen, Dorothy Peterson, Marilyn Seaver. ROW 3: Sue Gerberich, David Baker, Bill Landfair, Joanna Yungclas,
ARTISTS PLAN ANNUAL SHOW
Any curious art enthusiast may become a member of
the ART CLUB. lvleetings every two weeks, field trips
to various art museums, and parties make up the major
portion of their activities. The group encourages the
development of free creative ability and, as a result of
such encouragement, the annual Student Art Show is
produced. This show displays the wide variety of artis-
tic talent possessed by the students. At special work
shops the members have an opportunity to work with
any phase of art in which they are interested. They co-
operate in all-college festivities by entering a Hoat in
the Homecoming Parade and sponsoring a booth at the
lliardi Gras. The sponsors of the Art Club were Paul
Smith and Clifford Herrold. The oflicers were Hugo
Klatt, presidentg -lenine Anderson, vice-presidentg and
Lee Toom, secretary.
Several Ari' Club members seem fo be deeply
engrossed in an exhibition painting.
Any student on the four-year program who is major-
ing in upper elementary or junior high education is
eligible tor membership in BET.-X lALPH.-X EPSILON.
Full membership is attained by attending three meet-
ings per quarter. The paramount interest of this group
is to prepare better teachers for the upper elementary
and junior high level and to help them meet the chal-
lenge that exists in the teaching Held. There is never a
dull moment for Beta Alpha Epsilon members with
such social highlights as fun nights, picnics, the annual
Christmas party, and the traditional banquet. Dr.
E. C. Denny and Dr. O. E. Thompson were sponsors
of the group. The oltieers were lllarilyn Lewis, presi-
dent, Ruth Gibbs, vice-presidentg llargaret Conrad,
secretaryg and Paul Yap, treasurer.
Beta Alpha Epsilon sponsors, O. E. Thompson and
C. E. Denny, enjoy themselves at the organization's
BAE'S GAIN PERSPECTIVE ON JUNIOR HIGH LEVEL
BETA ALPHA EPSILON-ROW I: O. E. Thompson, Paul Yap, Ruth
Chantland, Betsy Yamashita, Donna Schlampp, Shirley Lamb, Hazel
lnamasu, Margret Myers, Norma Falclr, Faye Yoshinaga.
Miller, Mary Hurlbut, Betty Prehm, Kay Calonlry.
Gibbs, Marilyn Lewis, Margaret Conrad, E. C. Denny. ROW 2: Phyllis
Kaneshiro. ROW 3: Shirley Braun, Joanne Jay, Donna Brandt, Helen
Elizabeth Kahle, Sadie Tamura, Lou Lennier, Marybelle Chase, Armond
4-H ON A COLLEGIATE LEVEL
CAMPUS 4-H-ROW I: Ellen Crow, Joan Ernst, Ru+h Lee, BeHy Kramer, Phyllis Anderson, Donna Kimrey, Jean Barr, Josephine
Yager. ROW 2: Helen Pope, Joyce Krambeer, Donna Gardner, Virginia Guenther, Allaire Farrow, Elinor Narigon, Pal' Glime
ROW 3: Mildred Brett, Carol Coleman, Carol Preh, Elaine Rven, Eleanor Puck, Irene Swanson, Shirley Olson. ROW 4: Ruth
Charbon, Marilyn Wendt, Marilyn Marcellus, Gladys Kemper, Myra Willesen, Beverly Powell, Lorefa Graham, Jean Edgingfon
ROW 5: Marlene Lehman, Rosemary Russell, Sue Hoskins, Erlene Poppinga, Pal Stewart, Carol Bode, Ann Sowers.
THE CAMPUS -l-H members strive to further their
basic ideals which include clearer thinking, greater loy-
alty, more service, and better living for the community,
the country, and the world. Any girl may join this
organization even though she has not been a former
4-H member. Discussions and outside speakers aid
Campus 4-H girls in keeping close contact with the
latest county extension information. At various times
during the year they hold joint meetings with the
Blackhawk Farm Bureau and participate in many of
this group's activities. They have many social functions
during the year, one of which is their annual spring
banquet. -Josephine Yager was the sponsor of Campus
4-H and the officers for the fiscal year included Phyllis
Anderson, president, Betty Kramer, vice-president,
Ruth Lee, secretaryg and Donna Kimrey, treasurer.
College 4-H'ers discuss ma+erials and ideas
proiecfs which in+eres+ them.
COLLEGE PLAYERS-ROW I: Hazel Strayer, Sharon Refshauge, LaVonne Gross, Beverly Carpenter, Elizabeth BiHle, Stanley Wood, ROW 2:
Phyllis Chanfland, Mary Lou Bottorff, Shirley Mahannah, Audrey Hayes, LoreHa Middleton, Liane Chrisfolifersen, Jack Harmon. ROW 3:
Gladys Knight, Evelyn Psaros, Kay Honohan, Robert Helland, JoAnn Lusson, Joy Harris. ROW 4: LaRae Kussefz, Lyle Fisher, Carl Albert.
Bill Hauseman, Hugh Lunde.
DRAMATISTS PRESENT PORTIONS OF PLAYS
Joy Harris, K. G. Rowe, and Sfanley Wood decora+e
the "green room" for the College Players Christmas
The major portion of the COLLEGE PLAYERS, time
is spent in discussion and evaluation of the dialogues of
well-known productions. They receive experience in
ZX 1 W presenting portions of plays, after which they discuss
-,- the scenes and their acting techniques. Any student
, interested in dramatics may become a member of this
A i 3.3 group upon completing one quarter ot apprenticeship.
' ' E During a major production of the Department of Lan-
guages, Speech and Literature some of the members of
College Players assist the various crews. The faculty
sponsors of this organization were Hazel Strayer and
Stanley lVood. La Vonne Gross was the president and
y Larry Hanshaw, the recorder.
ELEMENTA-KI DISCUSSES SCHOOL PROBLEMS
llembers of ELEMENT.-X-lil are freshman and soph-
omo1'e women interested in upper elementary educa-
tion. Because many of these girls are on the two-year
program, this organization features activities which will
be of immediate help to them as they enter the teaching
profession. Guest speakers include superintendents,
board members and experienced teachers. The mem-
bers are made aware of the many professional prob-
lems which arise and they discuss Various solutions to
these problems. Besides their social activities which
highlighted an annual spring banquet, they had several
impromptu parties during the year. Dr. Nellie Hamp-
ton and Dr. Julia Sparrow sponsored Elementa-Ki.
The officers we1'e Nina Kahl, president: llarilyn
Estes, vice-presiclentg Kay Lothringer, secretary: and
Carol Pals, treasurer.
ELEMENTA-Kl-ROW l: Grace Upham, Kay Ford, Marilyn Estes, Nina Kahl, Kay Lothringer, Carol Pals, Joyce Kuehl.
ROW 2: Jo Anne Norman, Marilyn Wood, Judy Hunter, Shirley Blekeberg, Judy Johnson, Kathryn Zink, Lola Papke,
ROW 3: Marsha Prior, Elaine LeBrun, Donna Tottness, Gladys Knight, LaVonne Godtrey, Maurine Stephens, Rita Ahrens,
Barbara Wallace. ROW 4: Roberta Evans, Nancy Williams, Norma Vanness, Arlene Steward, Phyllis Durkop, Ellen Baldy,
Marilyn Stamp, Pat Lutkin, Carol Gaunt. ROW 5: Ruth Charbon, Kay Shultz, Norma Gehring, Mary Kleen, Joyce Hund-
ling, Yvonne Wiedemeier, Sarah Roche, Kathryn Johnston.
ELEMENTA-KI-ROW I: Darlene Kirkpatrick, Jeanette Moeller, Ruth Fensterman, Jane Genrich, Donna Johnson, Janet
Platte, Patsy Hall. ROW 2: Pat Kunz, Dorothy Nissen, Marianna Hafner, Virginia Guenther, Mildred Brett, Jane Allison,
Dorothy Heman. ROW 3: Eleanor Beckman, Betty Martin, Judy Hotz, Carolyn Swruck, Maxine Means, Ruth Warren,
Shirley Wakeman. ROW 4: Janet Krett, Marilyn Jones, Rita Beisner, Mary Nairn, Barbara Kyle, Marilyn Todd, Marilyn
Van Fleet, Marge Nelsen, Nancy Grover. ROW 5: Herberta Huggins, Doris Burkhart, Faye Breneman, Elaine DeFosse,
Marie Kaska, Marlene Lehman, Gladys Kemper, Myra Willesen, Vonnie Olsberg, Jan Meythaler.
ELLEN H. RICHARDS CLUB-ROVV' I: Ruth Allen, Catherine Flood, Phyllis Johnson, Mildred Harlbeck, Jane Hauser, Joan
Landman. ROW 2: Della Collins, Jane Mardorf, Cathrine York, Margie Moore, Annette Hudepohl. ROW 3: Anne Parks,
Ruth Schnur, Mary Lou Botlorff, Norma Abbas, Mary Jo Tobin, Jean Olsen. ROW 4: Pa? Riley, Pal Hahn, Pat Lake, Doris
Light, Donna Kimrey. ROW 5: Dorothy Ford, Rosemary Russell, Shirley Mae Renander, Sue Hoskin, Lavonne Wenger.
ELLEN RICHARDS CLUB FOR FUTURE HOMEMAKERS
Four members of the Ellen H. Richards and the lndus-
frial Arts clubs become involved in a game of "scrab-
ble" a+ lheir ioinl' Christmas par+y.
Of prime importance to mcmhers of the ELLEN H.
RICHARDS CLIP. arc thc house-hold arts, which include
the sclcction and prcparation of food and clothing,
manzigcmcnt of thc homc, the use of income, and the
carc :mil training of children. The object of this organi-
zation is to stimulate lcadcrship and responsibility in its
mcmhcrs. This club, sponsored by Ruth Allen, is aHili-
atcrl with the American Home lfconomics Association.
Any girl with Z1 major or minor in this field is qualified
for mcmhcrship. This ycar's ofhccrs wcrc Phyllis slohn-
son, prcsiilcntg Cathcrinc Flood, x'icc-mcsiclentg ,loan
Lamlman, sccrt-tary, :mil Klililrcrl Harthcclc, trcasurcr.
FIRST YEAR K-P CLUB-ROW I: Helen Hoare, Carol Conrad, Willa Stevenson, Lucille Johnson, Ramona Vanicelx, Joanne Aldrich, Marilyn
Eide, Barbara Jorgensen, Jeannine Loflus, Janel' Aldrich. ROW 2: Gerlrucle Galloway, Mariorie Shinn, Kay Schaefer, Betty Molloy, Nancy
Langlas, Rosalyn Dunne'H'e, Darla Colfingfon, Sandra Eisele, Lois Johnson. ROW 3: Connie Weslcolt, Janet Leith, Marilyn Stewart, Carole
Kaldenberg, Myrna Latch, Wava Palmer, Jeanie Henderson, Loraine Saafhoff, Ann Sowers, Kolene Dietrich. ROW 4: Elsie Neve, Shirley
Lauer, Marlene Anlcerson, Shirley Fosler, Mary Gerdes, Lois Agold, Clarine Nilles, Sally S'rroh. ROW 5: Erlene Poppinga, Ann Slrain, AnneHe
Dreessen, Jean Wearda, Yvonne Carey, Barbara Bowlin, Barbara Maxson, Angie Zirlielbach.
FIRST YEAR K-P CLUB-ROW I: Shirley Dinsdale, Jacqueline Jacobs, Karolyn Schnack, Shirley Christensen, Margarel- Mundi, Madelyn Han-
sen, Barbara Slriley, BeHy Augusline, Marian Shindoll. ROW 2: Ellen Crow, Sharon Sills, Dixie Jennings, Julia Clingerman, Mary Laughlin,
Carol BenI', Helen Pope, Janel Hammer. ROW 3: Pai' Glime, Jeane'I'+e Trueblood, Kay McSweeney, Loise Coclcerhan, Shirley Pech, Elaine
Kroemer, Dorothy Hagg, Nancy Waile. ROW 4: Loretta Graham, Sara Kreighbaum, Phyllis Snyder, Mariean Langholz, Mary Stevens, Janice
Kiser, Ruth Andersen, Marilyn Marcellus. ROW 5: Barbara Harris, Mary Marlin, Janine Kroeger, Joy Lemley, Rachelle De Winter, Patricia
Alexander, Belly Carr, Georgiann Waskow, Carol Fre'I'z.
FRDSH K-P MAJORS EXPLORE TEACHING PROFESSION
The outstanding feature of the FIRST YEAR KIN- which will aid them in their student teaching and
DERGARTEN-PRIMARY CLUB is that it helps all fresh- actual teaching experience. Parties are an integral part
men in this field explore the teaching profession as a of their activities for they have at least one per quarter.
whole with special emphasis placed on the lower ele- Esther Boehlje sponsored the First Year K-P Club.
mentary level. Each year the club has guest speakers, Officers were hlargaret lllundt, presidentg illadelyn
goes on guided tours, and sponsors various service proj- Hansen, vice-presidentg Shirley Christensen, secretaryg
ects. The members are also given many hints and helps and Karolyn Schnack, treasurer.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA -ROW I: Agnes Lebeda, Wilma McLuen, Jack Reed, Don Nelson, Mary Heisler, Norma
Schmitt E. L, MarieHa. ROW 2: Lee Peclelty, Pamela Wymore, Norma Willis, Joy Schwab, Norma McEachran, Marlys McGarvey, Belly Ann
Halverson. ROW 3: Doris Hofer, Patricia Montgomery, Pauline Beeson, Norma Walter, Ruth Quam, Jean Janssen, Carla Tuinslra, Marilyn
Moeller. ROW 4: Eleanor Herr, BeHy Blaclrerf, Jean Rile, Pal' Cline, Donna Madsen, Delores Wilkins, Beverly Dornbusch, Norma Priem,
Frances Campbell. ROW 5: Belly Vance, AI Henning, Viola De Boer, R. J. Fursf, Ruth Schwielert, John Boughfon, Carol Davis, Don Micluel-
son, La Vonne Mohr, Harold Bunting.
FBLA SPONSORS IOWA HIGH SCHOOL CHAPTERS
Future Business Leaders, AI Hennings, John Boughfon, Wilma
McLuen, and Pauline Beeson, get inlo the Chrisrmas spiri+ by
decorating the tree in fhe business department.
'lil-IE FL'Tl'RE BL'siNEss LEADERS or ANIERIC.-X
place deep concentration on the latest developments and
methods in various fields of business. Such information
is presented at their bimonthly meetings by having out-
side speakers, films, and discussions. Besides business
meetings, the l".l3.l,.A. members plan an annual cof-
fee hour for all alunis at Homecoming. Klembership is
open to any business major or minor. The local chap-
ter sponsors all high school chapters of Future Business
Leaders of America in the state of Iowa. Agnes Le-
beda and Dr. lf. L. llarietta were the faculty spon-
sors. The oliieers of the organization were Don Nel-
son, president, -lack Reed, vice-president, Don Adams,
treasurer: and llary Heisler, secretary.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB-ROW I: Howard Reed Willis Wagner Don Hay Ralph Long Ron Bro Frank Carfhey H G
Palmer. ROW 2: John Roorda, Earl Dornfeld, Don Never James Menfzer Edward Burton Harvey SnuHIer ROW 3 Don
Salisbury, Don Henderson, Lorm Bjorklund, Robert Burlcgren George Bunn R E Mafala Larry Smalley ROW 4 E D Crosby
Harry Lind, Warren Fry, John Gameh Bill Rusfemier L S Wright ROW 5 Kenneth Brower Bill Stock Stanley Mules Charles
Tabardlla, Ray Nissen, John Yeager, Don Anderson, Curtis Rusfad
CRAFTSMEN GAIN PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
Members of the INDUSTRIAL .ARTS CLUB are a
skillful group of craftsmen majoring or minoring in
this field. They obtain practical experience in such
areas as printing, radio construction, woodworking, and
electricity. These handicraft projects and special re-
ports point out the educational side of industrial arts.
Professional speakers describe new procedures and de-
velopments, and explain opportunities in the industrial
world. Various activities of this organization tend to
promote a greater interest and a better understanding
in the field of industrial arts. H. G. Palmer sponsored
the Industrial Arts Club. The officers were Ralph
Long, presidentg Ronald Bro, vice-presidentg Donald
Hay, secretaryg and Frank Carthey, treasurer.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB-ROW I: Duane Fuhrman, BeH'y Kelly, Loren Horlon.
ROW 2: Dave Turner, Morris Crawford, Eli D. Potts.
CLUB PROMOTES INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Fealured speaker, Dr. Fahrney of +he Social Science de-
parfmenr, falks +o the Infernalional Relations Club.
THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB tries to
help the college students and the college community
gain greater understanding and respect for people of
other lands. In order to develop such an appreciation,
the club presents travelogues of different lands of the
world. International Relations Club meetings also fea-
ture panel discussions on major interests pertinent to
international questions. lllembership is open to any-
one interested in learning about the peoples of the
world. 1111 llorris Crawford was the sponsor of this
organization. The ollicers who composed the executive
board were David-Turner, presidentg Eli Daniel Potts,
vice-presidentg and Betty Kelly, secretary and treas-
THE Iowa FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCI,ATION is
open to all students interested in the teaching profes-
sion and is, therefore, the largest professional group on
campus. It is afhliated with the Future Teachers of
America which is a department of the National Educa-
tional Association. Rlembership in the local chapter
,,, M ,L includes membership in the state and national o1'gani-
zations also. The main objective of the association is
to stimulate high professional attitudes in all future
v teachers. lllenibers try to fulfill such an objective
X xl through various activities at their rnonthly meetings.
They are brought in closer contact with the state unit
by attending conventions and regional meetings held at
different lowa colleges. The sponsors of the local
group this year were Gordon Rhuni and Howard
Knutson. The olticers were Beverly Belson, president:
Elizabeth Corpuz, vice-president, Klargaret Conrad,
secretaryg and Ruth Gibbs, treasurer.
Future teachers take special notice ot the IFTA
IFTA STIMULATES HIGH PRQFESSIONAL ATTITUDES
IOWA FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION-ROW I: Elizabeth Corpuz, Beverly Belson, Margaret Conrad, Ruth Gibbs. ROW
2: Mary Jane Komisarcilc, Johna Harwood, Marybelle Chase, Mayrose Lane, Marilyn LaNelle Taylor. ROW 3: Lavonne Wen-
ger, Wanda Boeyinlx, Marilyn Taylor, Pauline Brand, Patricia Montgomery.
JEFFERSONIANS WORK AT ELECTION POLLS
JEFFERSONIAN CLUB-ROVV I: Jean Beaving, Carol Olsen, Kay Calonkey, Loren Horton, Duane Fuhrman, Paul Sfanwood, Leo Munday,
Jane? PaHee, Edwin Maurer. ROW 2: Jack Weddle, Frances Chapman, Clarence Lamoureux, Donna Brandt, Frank Hurst, Elizabeth Corpuz,
Donald Meyer, Emma Vest. POVV 3: Paul Yap, Merle Hamilton, Norman Russell, Dorothy Fox, Don Mickelson, Marvis Ohlson, Frank Moore,
Paul Baarson, Robert Johnson. ROW 4: Dave Carrick, Leonard Pearf, John Hensley, Ken G. Rowe, Joan Tucker, Dave Baker, Jerry Cias,
Armond Miller, ROW 5: Vernon Knighl, Clifford Martens, Ronald Akers, Paul Wilding, Curtis Rustad, Jack Nielsen, Dick Starr, David Turner.
Jeffersonians enjoy a coffee break during a meeting.
'lil-IE -IEFFERSONIAN CLUB, which was formerly in
existence on this campus, was reactivated this year. It
is atliliated with both state and national groups of
young Democrats. Any political minded individual is
urged to become :1 member. The meetings feature
prominent speakers, debates, and "hot" discussions. On
election day some of the members went to the Demo-
cratic party's headquarters in lVaterloo where they
baby-sat for parents who were voting, gave voters rides
to :ind from the polls, and worked with sound trucks.
A victory celebration was held after the election. This
group has the opportunity to learn many aspects of po-
litical science. Dr. llaurer sponsored the -leffersonian
Club. The officers were Duane Fuhrman, presidentg
Paul Stanwood, vice-president: Loren Horton, secre-
tary: and Leo Blllllllily, treasurer.
KAPPA Pl BETA ALPHA-ROW l: Sandra Myhre, Esfher Hicks, Sally Carbaugh, Carol Telford, Theresa Hood, Mary Lou
Reeve. ROW 2: Janet Swanson, Lu Anne Offo, Jean Miyabuchi, Jo Serneff, Carol Thuesen, Nancy Von Doehren, Marilyn
Shalla. ROW 3: Linda Neuharf, Janice Junlxin, Nancy Thompson, Mary Campbell, Marlene Osfrom, Marilyn Gibson,
Judy Taylor, Kay Swain. ROW 4: Elaine Adolphson, Mayrose Lane, Sally Bacher, Mary Jane VanderBerg, Mary Zur-
muehlen, Janice Shoof, Beverly Belson, Estelle Henrich, Colleen Dillard.
KPBA PLANS FOR ANNUAL SPRING BANQUET
The underlying purpose of IQAPPA PI BETA ALPHA
is to inform all prospective kindergarten-primary
teachers about their future profession. YVell-informed
and experienced outside speakers, discussions, and vari-
ous other activities promote the intellectual and pl'O-
fessional interests of the members. K.P.B.A. has many
social activities, but the spring banquet and a Christ-
mas party are annual highlights. This group, spon-
sored by Amy Arey and lllay Smith, is open to all
kindergarten-primary majors on the four-year curricu-
lum. However, active membership is helcl only by those
who hold associate membership for one quarter. The
officers were Sally Blaske, presidentg Donna Bailey,
vice-presidentg Sally Carbaugh, secretaryg and Carol
Kappa Pi Befa Alpha presenf roses af formal acfi-
varion for several new members.
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LIBRARY STUDENTS ASSOCIATION-ROW I: Richard Johnson, Edra Bogie, Clyde Greve, Annemarie Lundbeclr, Mari-
lyn Shepard. ROVV 2: Joan Olsen, Frances Chapman, Phyllis Jacobson, BeHy Fisher, Lois Puhrmann, Cecelia Doran.
ROW 3: Beverly Kaup, Dorothy Simon, Beverly Belson, Johna Harwood, Angie Zirlcelbach.
The Library S+uden+s Association discuss fhe
la+es+ book reviews.
FOR A DAY" MAIN EVENT
THE LIBRARY STUDENTS Assocmriox works in eo-
ordination with the college library. The main activity
on this year's program xvas the "Librarians for a Dayn
which is an annual event held for all high school stu-
dents in the surrounding area. ln sponsoring such an
event, members have the opportunity to familiarize
high school students with the basic features of the li-
brary. Some of the other activities included on their
yearly schedule are a Homecoming Tea and the Cedar
Falls Book Fair. These are only examples of the many
activities designed to promote a greater interest in
library science. Anyone having a major or minor in
this area or who has become interested in the field
through employment in the library is eligible for mem-
bership. Richard johnson acted as sponsor for the or-
ganization. This year's officers of the Library Students
Association were Clyde Greve, presidentg Anna lllarie
Lundbeclc, vice-president, Edra Bogie, secretaryg and
llarilyn Shepard, treasurer.
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tice swimming techniques. One of their main goals is
to express art effectively through swimming. An ex-
ample of such an attempt is the Spring VVater Show.
Each girl has an opportunity to use her own creative
ability in composing or directing an original routine.
All synchronized stunts and specialized techniques are
perfected and performed with precision and grace.
Barbara Yager served sponsor of the Klarlins Club.
This year's ollicers were hlarjorie Simonsen, presidentg
Corrine Larson, vice-presidentg Lois llussett, secre-
taryg and Patricia Granau, treasurer.
The Marlins club display a unique rou+ine a+ 'rhe Sfudenr-
MARLINS EXPRESS ART THRCUGH SWIMMING
MARLINS-ROW I: Shirley Winsburg, Belly Ehrlce, Mariorie Simonsen, Corrine Larson, Lois MuseH, Pairicia Granau.
ROW 2: Maryann Papouselz, Lucille Miller, Vergie Jansen, Jane Beals, Anne O'Brien. ROW 3: Jody Wesfbury, Rulh
Peden, Jo Ann Hoffman, Myrna Laich, Mary Sufhers, Beverly Ramler, Anne'H'e Heflin. ROW 4: Margie Moore, Carole
Fromm, Karen Knox, Jeanne Bishop, Avis Haller, Marfha Marsh. ROW 5: Jackie Doerring, Charleen Leaverion, Margaret
Mundi, Shirley DuH'on, Nona Paulsen, Darlys Nuffing, Barbara Breheny.
MATHEMATICIANS TAKE TIME OFF FOR PICNICS
MATH CLUB-ROW I: Augusfa Schurrer, Norman Schmidt, Bernie Thielen, Sally Siek, H. Van Engen. ROW 2: Lyman Peck, Zelda Christen-
sen, Sally Horn, Susan Hansen, Jane Mardorf, James Lockwood. ROW 3: Fred Lo'H', Irvin Brune, Duane Wombolt, Arthur Blanlrers, Dave
Sarche+, Kenneth Norem, De Loy Benson.
The Malh Club enioy cookies and cider as they look over com
All students interested in the field of mathematics
are eligible for membership in RIATH CLUB which was
organized in 1911. To qualify for membership, pros-
pective members must have a minimum of five hours
credit in math. This organization realizes that meas-
urements, quantities, and comparisons, all of which
involve mathematics in general, are a part of each indi-
vidual's daily life. The application of better teaching
methods in regard to this subject is stressed through
demonstrations, films, lectures, and discussions. Aside
from this serious aspect of lllath Club, members rind
ample time for picnics, play nights, and impromptu
parties. The faculty advisor for this organization was 5
Dr. Augusta Schurrer. Oflicers were Bernard Thielen,
president, Norman Schmidt, vice-presidentg and Sally
Siek, secretary and treasurer.
Anyone who is musically inclined or who has a nat-
ural interest in music may become a member of BlL'SIc
EDCCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE. Their monthly
meetings are composed of films, interest lectures on
music, discussion groups, and guest speakers. Often
talented members provide solos, both instrumental and
vocal, and other musical selections for the programs. re-
Several outside entertainers have been invited to per-
form for the group. Informal parties tend to promote
greater friendship among the members. The sponsor
of lVI.E.N.C. was Arthur Redner. The officers for the
year were Norman Russell, president: lllary Avery,
vice-president, and Ella Jones, secretary and treasurer.
MENC members prepare a snack tor an atter-meeting
MENC MEMBERS PRESENT SOLOS
MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONVENTION-ROW I: Arthur Redner, Lynn Sutton, Audrey Coburn, Ella Jones, Norman Russell, Mary
Avery, Marilyn Russell, Talralro Oshibuchi. ROW 2: Margaret Herring, Phyllis French, Charlotte Diehn, Sylvia Johnson, Sylvia Larson, Bonnie
Manahl, Delores Lynch. ROW 3: Corrine Shimel, Carolyn Bolger, Janet Anderson, Irene Swanson, Shirlee Vogelaar, Jan McBride, Phyllis
Klein, Norma Nelson. ROW 4: Janet Berger, Marilyn Savery, Doris Severe, Avis Evely, Arlene Parlcer, Nancy Jones, Patricia Brown, Sharon
Hatch, Mary Jane Anold, ROW 5: Mary Lou Dobbins, Patsy Yates, Dawn Hellxenn, Barbara Priest, Muriel Robinson, Ralph Wedelting, Ro-
berta Paxson, LeAnn Dielren, Lauretta Brunsvold, Phyllis Rogers. ROW 6: Lolita Laube, Dorothy Hubacher, Norene Norgaarcl, Judith Wurch,
Jere Graeti, John Andersen, Art Blanlters, Richard Lynch, Shirley Stebbins, Joan Olson, Marybelle Chase.
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ORCHESIS-ROW I: Mary Butterworth, Marilyn Walmsley, Nona Paulsen, Barbara Lowell, Davetfa Williams. ROW 2:
Virginia ldso, Jody Westbury, Lucille Miller, Jo Ann Lusson, Regina Miller, Mary Conrad. ROW 3: Patricia Granau,
Barbara Lucas, Carole O'NeilI, Martha Marsh, Sally Graslcewicz.
ORCHESIS FORMS A DANCE SYMPOSIUM
Virginia ldso, Barbara Lucas, and Nona Paulson
of the Orchesis Club practice moclern dance
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QDRCHESIS CLUB dance routines. most of which are
originals, are "strictly on the modern sidef' The girls
try to help the observer appreciate the full value and
meaning of their graceful movements. The idea that
"to dance is to live" is brought out in their annual 1'e-
cital. At this time they present a grand finale of some
of the most fascinating and enjoyable modern dance
numbers that they have been able to perfect during the
year. The organization, of which Rliss llary Butter-
worth is sponsor, is open to any girl who has had two
or more quarters of modern dance or its equivalent.
The officers for this year were Nona Paulsen, presi-
dentg Barbara Lowell, vice-presidentg and Jody VVest-
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB-ROW l: Jean Boniz, Shirley Boylan, Donna Poncin, Lois MusseH', Nadine Stewart, Barbara Lucas, Shirley
Dulfon, Lorraine Douglass. ROW 2: Thelma Short, Mary Alice Buflerworlh, Dorothy Moon, Elinor Crawford, Belly Swanson, Shirley Wins-
berg, Mary Ann Papouselr. ROW 3: Mary Conrad, Mary Jane Komisarcilt, Mary Mullen, Norma Reed, Laura Christiansen, Virginia ldso,
Roberfa Slocum, Beverly Rammer. ROW 4: Beverly Buss, Lucille Miller, Genevieve Hingsf, Mary Montgomery, Myrlis Drevs, Rulh Peden,
Patricia Granau, Jody Westbury. ROW 5: Leona Cooper, Marilyn Lowman, Donna Schultz, Mariha Marsh, Jackie Doerring, Jo Beed, Jeanne
Bishop. ROW 6: Corrine Larson, Rulh Meyer, Lois Von Berg, Mariorie Simonsen, Nona Paulsen, Sally McCar+ney, Ruth Daman, Susan Hansen.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB FOR WOMEN
The Phys. Ed. Club gives i+s rendili-:an of T.C. physical educa-
THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB places deep con-
centration upon the professional as well as the social
scope of physical education. The scheduled program of
the year varied from lectures and informal discussions
to parties and picnics. lllembership in this group in-
cludes all women physical education majors and minors
as well as the faculty members of this department. Dr.
,lean Bontz acts as sponsor of the group. The ollicers
were Lois lllussett, presidentg Nadine Stewart, vice-
presiclentg and Barbara Lucas, Secretary and treasurer.
RURAL LEADERS SPONSOR SCHOOL VISITING DAY
The RUR.-Xl, CoxmiL'N1Tv Liaixneas, which has been
organized for approximately five vears, helps students
understand the rural community itself, as well as the
many problems that will be confronted in rural teach-
ing. Their meetings are highlighted with movies, re-
source speakers, and general discussions. The outstand-
ing project of the year was the sponsorship of a "public
school visiting day." Ar this time they had the oppor-
tunity to visit several new and modern schools.
The members are composed of special education ma-
jors, elementary supervisors, and teachers who will be
working with town and country schools. Dr. Dreier
was sponsor for this interest organization. The oFficers
include Ruth Lee, presidentg Frances VValle1', vice-
presidentg Shirley Glson, secretary, and Eleanor Puck,
Rural Communiiy Leaders discuss coffee hour plans for
a Principals' and Superinfendenfs' Conference.
RURAL COMMUNITY LEADERS-ROW I: Eleanor Puclr, Shirley Olson, Rufh Lee, Frances Waller, Vera Goelsch. RCW
2: Mariorie Anasfasi, Nancy Hawks, Joann Beardmore, Sue Jean Simms, Marilyn Wood, William H. Dreier.
SECOND YEAR K-P CLUB-ROW I: Jean Afherfon, Jacluie Gross, Mary Ella Youngren, Marjorie Andrews, Barb Knaaclc,
Lidia Mordini, Jannetfe Sorensen, Marilyn Taylor, Joan Tuclner. ROW 2: Joefra Mosley, Janice Buckels, Vera Goefsch,
Margaret Ginn, Nola Coon, Donna Krug, Janet Ealy, La Vonne Karkosh, Marilynn Gruber. ROW 3: Mary Cowan, Betty
Arinlc, Ardis West, Beth Webber, Charlotte Foy, Sally Searcy, Shirley Merical, Jean Fogarty. ROW 4: Marilyn Hansen,
Mariorie Anasfasi, Marilyn Hannel, Karen Wiese, Glenda Boal, Shirley Pyalf, Wilma Schmidt, Carolee Swanson, Ruth
Montgomery. ROW 5: Joan Hennies, Nancy Usher, Be'Hy Albert, Sharon Jones, Virginia Jensen, Marian Pralle, Dolores
Milligan, Donna Nelson. ROW 6: Yvonne Hennings, Dorothy Simon, Beverly Powell, Ramona Mersman, Hazel Porath,
Marvis Ohlson, Carolyn Bagge.
SECOND YEAR K-P CLUB-ROW I: Allison Mulrai, Jan Neubaum, Marlys Robinson, Donna Shaw, Marilyn Meineke,
Maxine ErreH', Sally McClure, Shirley Watanabe. ROW 2: Lou Ann WiH', Beverly Miller, Jean Edgingfon, Shirley M.
Olson, Charlotte Moen, JoAnn Hanna, Rose Marie Peterson, Lila Strickland. ROW 3: Mary Adams, Esther Hasse, Ruth
Johnson, Belva Ramler, Mary Jean De Haven, Phyllis Woodall, Joanne Dohrman, Delores Lydon, Barbara Axon. ROW 4:
Mary Anne Wagner, Carol Matthews, Jan Robinson, Doris Dalclcen, Betty Keese, lrene Swanson, Carol Ellioff, Mariorie
Carufhers. ROW 5: Janice Bruening, Marian Madison, Alyce Caudle, Norma Carmichael, Shirley Chalupa, Kay Quinn,
Shirlee Vogelaar, Patricia McGill, Barbara Breheny. ROW 6: Lila Recher, Phyllis Purcell, Ann lnnis, Elizabeth Ryan, Ger-
trude Lesher, Ann Kidwell, Nancy Hays, Agnes Neff, Janice Faust, Ramona Heifner.
SECOND YEAR K-P's PLAN MOTHER'S DAY LUNCHEON
All sophomore women majoring in kindergarten-pri-
mary education are eligible for membership in the
SECOND YYEAR K-P CLUB. The members of this organ-
ization try to search further into their chosen profes-
sion by showing films, having panel or informal dis-
cussions, and inviting school supervisors, teachers and
board members to speak at their meetings. This type
of program brings these future K-P teachers closer to
some of the problems which will confront them as they
enter the field of teaching. Social interests play an im-
portant part in their year's activities for they have pic-
nics, caroling, parties, and an important lllother-
Daughter Luncheon in the spring. Slay Smith spon-
sored the Second Year K-P Club and the othcers for
the year were Barbara Knaack, president: Lidin lllor-
dini, vice-president: blannette Sorenson, secretary, and
lllary Ella Youngren, treasurer.
SIGMA GAMMA KAPPA-ROW I: William Norlhrup, Curfis Rusfad, Paul Rohwer, Galen Kulmens. ROW 2: Merle
Hamil+on, Oscar Reece, Kenneth Brower, Pai Tobin.
CLUB DISCUSSES MODERN AG METHODS
Dr. Reece discusses farm animals with Sigma Gamma
Anyrmc I11E'ij0I'lI111 or minoring in 1lf1I'lCUlI'll1'C is cli-
,qiblv for mcmbrrslmip in SIGMA GAMAIA li.-X1'l'.X. Its
umlcrlying purposes arc- to help Il1CI1ll'1l"l'S gain 21 wider
pc-rspvctix'c in this zlrwx Of tcacliing :xml to alcvvlup them
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wt-ll vc-1'sml on tht- latest alcvcluuncnts in farm mz
zign-rm-nt, on tlw in-west :mtl must mmlcrn equipment
nw- tmlziy, :intl on tlw prcscnt hum sililzitlon m gmc-1'z1l.
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SPEECH ACTIVITIES CLUB-'ROW I: M. B. Smiih, Ken Andersen, Marilyn Turnquist, Elizabeth Corpuz, Tom Handlen, Ken G.
Rowe, Lillian Wagner. ROW 2: Betty Taylor, Jenise Schnur, Phyllis Gregg, Shirley Whannel, Betty Swan, Zelda Christensen,
Phyllis Chanlland. ROW 3: Diane Sargent, Mary Cooper, Lawrence Auld, Don Brown, Lavon Burrichfer, Pauline Brand, Gilberf
Clemens, Leonard Pearf. ROW 4: Edgar Epperly, Ron Reilly, Jerry Reynolds, Anne Stock, Bob Cleveland, Peggy Hix, Jim
Robertson, Viola De Boer, Neil Ver Hoef.
SPEECH ACTIVITIES CLUB PREPARES FOR COMPETITION
Diane Sargent, Liz Corpus, Tom Handlen and
Viola DeBoer of the Speech Acrivifies Club
prepare for +he High School Fall Discussion
THE SPEECH ACTIVITIES CLUB prepares its mem-
bers for intercollegiate speech competition which, in
turn, gives them a substantial background to sponsor
the High school Discussion Congress and the Brind-
ley Discussion and Debate Tournament. The clubis
two major divisions, debate and conference, are
dealt with individually. High school students from
sixteen different towns attended the Discussion Con-
gress this year. They had the opportunity to work
with committees on forensic conferences, discuss debate
topics, and have practice debate sessions. This is more
or less a preparatory meeting f01' the Brindley Tourna-
ment. The tournament is set up on a competitive basis.
After the students have given extemporaneous speeches
or oratories, the winners are chosen and are given a
scholarship to I.S.T.C. The Speech Activities Club,
sponsored by Dr. Lillian VVagner and Dr. lil. B.
Smith, is open for membership to anyone interested in
this Held. The officers were Elizabeth Corpuz, presi-
dentg Tom Handlen, vice-presidentg and llarilyn
WRA SPONSORS INTRAMURAL PROGRAM
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VVOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION-ROVV I: Shirley Winsberg, Virginia ldso, Patricia Granau, Jacliie Doerring, Jeanne Bishop,
Barbara Lucas. ROW 2: Mary Jane- Komisarcilc, Mary Mullen, Mary Helen Montgomery, Geneive Hingsf, Beverly Buss, Mary Ann Papousek.
ROW 3: Nadine Stewart, Ruth Daman, Lois Musseif, Donna Foncin, Susan Hansen.
Jeanne Bishop stands guard as Eugene McGivern
turns a flip at +he WRA sponsored all-college
gf, ,. THE XVoAiiax's RECREATION Assoc1AT1oN's main
P1' 1 f 'yiy objective is to obtain interest and participation of col-
iilli V -.ff A M J X 5 i A' f 5- "': 552' lege women in all types of sports and recreational ac-
fis, -e ,. : f Mi tivities. ln doing this, VV. R. A. sponsors weekly play-
tj Tfflli A nights, recreational swimming, and high school play-
in ' days. By organizing an intramural program, including
any sport from hockey and basketball to golf and ten-
' r nis, it is able to further recreational interest with com-
- . petition. All women students are niembersg however,
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a only those who have participated in a YV. R. A. spon-
..'V' T sored activity hold active membership. The faculty ad-
ifr ll visor of this organization was Shirley VVinsburg. Pat
Ciranau was presidentg Virginia Idso, vice-presidentg
J and Jackie Doerring, secretary and treasurer.
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"College Eye" s1'aFF members have an informal coffee hour for BenneH' Cerf
Governor Hoegh makes a visil' 'lo +he new campus elemenfary school wilh Presidenl' Maucker.
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STUDENT COUNCIL OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES ROW I Bob Huntington, Mildred Harfbeclr, Pete Pickett, Dick Starr, Jean Rife. ROW
2 Leona Cooper Frieda Schlaman Doug Doerzrnan Esther Hicks John Boughfon, Gene Laclcore, Marybelle Chase, Shirley Renander, Harold
STUDENT COUNCIL OF RELIGIOUS ACTIYITIES
THE STUDENT COUNCIL OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES,
consisting of representatives from all religious organiza-
tions, works with the Bureau of Religious Activities in
the planning and promotion of religious life on the cam-
pus. Enlisting the help of the entire student body, the
Council channels activities through Commissions of
VVorship, Religion in Life, and Publicity. These in-
clude College Chapel, Conferences, Religion-in-Life
VVeek, Brotherhood Trips, Deputation Teams, blorn-
ing lleditations, Fireside Chats, an All Student Center
Banquet, and an annual Hymn Festival. All students
are invited to participate.
Dr. Harold lf. Bernhard, Director of Religious Ac-
tivities is the advisor. Officers, elected by the student
body, for 195-I-5,5 were Pete Pickett, president, Blil-
dred Hartbeck, vice-presidentg Richard Starr, secre-
tary, Esther Hicks and Gene Lackore, members at
large, Shirley Mae Renander, worshipg Marybelle
Chase, religion-in-lifeg and Leona Cooper, publicity.
CHAPEL SERVICES FOR ALL DENO INATIONS
A CollcgC Chapel service proyitlcd by the College
Hill Intcrtlenominationzil Church helps maintain the
church loyzilty of the student away from home. Both
the choir and Congregation are made up of lnenibers of
all tlcnoniinations, and scrinons preached by the Rev.
David liluhm are designed to agree with all Christian
fziitha Scryiccs are held every Sunday morning from
10:30 to ll :3O.
BAPTIST STUDENT CENTER-POW I: Kay Schaefer, Maxine Means, Janice Brownell, Cecelia Doran, Pafricia McGill, Marjorie Bonesfell,
John Newfon, Mrs. Ada Hillis. ROW 2: Mary O'Bradovich, Lois Riebhoff, Nancy Peacock, Marilyn Clark, Virginia Polloclr, Carol Ann Perfz,
Donna Bain, Dixie Laslrowski. RCW 3: Kay Zeller, Janice Kiser, Mary Lou Bofforff, Frieda Schlaman, Joy Lemley, Angie Zirlcelback, Barbara
Willifs, Janet Jenkins. ROW 4: Carolee Vriezelaar, Philip Allen, Marcile Wisgerhof, Clayton Thomas, George Cordes, Wayne King, Bonnie
Brown, Robert Kiesey, Kay Woody.
BAPTISTS CONCENTRATE ON CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
At the H.x1f'r1sT STUDENT CENTER everyone has the
opportunity of Christian fellowship. At this student
center the attitude that companionship is iniportzint in
Christian faith is well supported hy the lllilllj' parties
:ind infornizil gatherings. Besides these friendly gather-
ings, student pzirticipation in the Sunday morning Bible
study and evening services helps develop a deeper faith
Students :ire welcomed to use the center for leisure
time enjoyment, for studying, for council and friend-
ship, and for worship. Klrs. Ada Hillis is the resident
director of the center. The 195-l-55 officers were Janice
Brownell, president: Klona Kliklcelson, vice-president:
Cecelia Doran, secretaryg :uid Pat Klefiill, treasurer.
'THETA lQPS1I,oN sorority consists of girls of Baptist
preference and is associated with the student center.
The olhcers for the year were Pat Klciiill, presidentg
Janice Brownell, vice-president: and Cecelia Doran,
SCCl'CfZIl'5'-t1'CZ1SlIl'C'I'. The college sponsor is lilary Ifllen
Dreier, and lilrs. Ada Hillis, the resident sponsor.
THETA EPSILON-POW I: Donna Bain, Janice Brownell, Patricia McGill, Cecelia Doran, Mrs. Ada
Hillis. POW 2: Kay Schaefer, Dixie Laslrowski, Mary Lou Bofforff, Annie Zeller, Lois Riebhoff, Mary
O'Braclovich. POW 3: Virginia Pollock, Janef Jenlrins, Marcile Wisgerhof, Barbara Willifs, Marilyn
NEWMAN CLUB-ROW I: Father Spahn, Donette Lentz, Pat Putter, Donna Thayer, Gus Gatto, Fred Lotifredo, Bob Sabus, Elizabeth Corpuz,
Dorothy Simon, Marilyn Shalla, Regina Benda. ROW 2: Janice Heywood, Janet Hammer, Jane Allison, Mary Leiting, Betty Molloy, David
Baker, Marlys McGarvey, Ron Reilly, Frances Chapman, Joanne Engstler, Jean Graettinger, Mary Bertch. ROW 3: Phyllis French, Jo Jesser,
Joanne Stoterau, Janice Bruening, Phyllis Wellman, Susan Hamann, Barbara Chuck, Darlene Thelen, Anne O'Brien, Elodie Brecht, Mary Tobin,
Barbara Baxter, Catherine Flood, Lidia Mordini. ROW 4: Mary Mersch, Roberta Kenny, Charlotte Wicks, Pat Alborn, Jo Sernett, Suzann
Shea, Kay Clark, Carol Hann, Barbara Breheny, Mariorie Anastasi, Dorothy Fox, Theresa Hood, Margaret Baker, Carolyn Bagge. ROW 5:
Marie Kaska, Mary Ann Morgan, Dolores Carpenter, Peggy Hix, Helen Cowan, Ann Kidwell, Jack Garry, Larry Hatter, John Gamet, William
Olson, Helen Morrison, Annmarie Nolte, Bernadette McGovern, Anne Stock.
NEWMAN CLUB SERVES CATHOLIC STUDENTS
THE NEXVAIAN CLUB is the official organization of
Catholic students. It is affiliated with the National
Newman Club Federation which is comprised of New-
man Clubs ot all state and secular institutions in the
A tull weekly schedule ot spiritual activities is car-
ried out, including Holy Blass, offered daily and on
Sundays. A course in Catholic philosophy is offered at
the student center and a library of Catholic literature
is available at all times. The social program of the
Newman club consisted of parties, mixers, dances and
The first resident Chaplain, Father Spahn, was ap-
pointed to serve the needs of the student center. The
195-i-55 officers were Fred Loffredo, presidentg Gus
Gatto, rice-presidentg Bob Sabus, secretaryg and Donna
NEWMAN CLUB-ROW I: Jack Pierick, John Slobodnik, Richard Lieb, Richard Hill, Joel Klisart, Pete Husak, Richard Sullivan, Jerry Rey-
hons, Bob Dutify. ROW 2: Regina Miller, Mariorie Kainz, Marilyn Owen, Gerry Lambert, Naomi Farrill, Jackie Patton, Martha McLaughlin,
Roger Smith, Peg Johnston, Jeannine Loftus, Ana Quinn. ROW 3: Pat Kunz, Kay Barrett, Donna Schumacher, Donna Schlampp, Jerry Schall,
Lois Ruhl, Shirley Hickey, Katheryn Osterberger, Twillo Weeks, Clara Smerud, Janie Greiner, Margaret Herring. ROW 4: Donna Schuller,
Dorothy Heman, Delores Lydon, Dorothy Hanus, Audrey Hayes, Mary Lehrer, Jo Ann Wilson, Jim Wessling, Therese Stoulil, Kay McSweeney,
Clarine Nilles, Janet Ealy. ROW 5: Dick Ortner, Betty Keese, Estelle Henrich, Carolyn Wruck, Elaine Le Brun, Dick Chute, Gene Richman,
Leah Wand, Betty Seery, Judith Krueger, Pat Pisney, lola Kainz. Jean Ryken, Joan Klassen, Janice Kennedy, Jerome Seitried, Joseph Carney.
ROW 6: Jim Riehl, Dolores Sommerdort, Elizabeth Ryan, Richard Strub, Don Strub, Carol Tracey, William Rustemier, Simone Kaulakis, Don
Wilschutz, Charles Clapsaddle, Bob Welsh, Beverly Powell, William Strabala.
CHRISTIAN STUDENT CENTERWROW I: Roger Romine, Norma Carmichael, Marian Pipilt, Don Adams, Sarah Ann Zaiger,
Mrs. Roger Romine. ROW 2: Helen Hoare, Joann Watson, Lewis Davis, Connie Olsen, Dorolhy Howe, Chloris Anderson. ROW
3: Marilyn Turnquisl, Nancy Groves, Lavonne Wenger, Joyce Granclgeorge, Nancy Failes, Sarah Schooley, Carla Tuinslra. ROW
4: Kay Calonlrey, Janice Longman, Norma Jean Vanness, Eva Lou Runyan, Don Lowman, Lois Dunlap, Leona Cooper, Yvonne
Sealy. RCW 5: Marie Berger, Arthur Emry, Shirley Thompson, Ramona Mersman, Edward Buckingham, Lyle Porler, Marybelle
Chase, Delores Kirby, Marilyn Synhosl.
CHRISTIAN STUDENT ' "HOME AWAY FROM HOME"
Presidenl' Don Adams leads a business meeling at 'rhe
Chrislian Student Cenfer.
'limi CHRIST1.-xx STl'DIiNT CENTER provides a
"Home Away from Horne" for Inn ancl fellmvsliip
among the Christian stnflents nn eanipns. This stnilent
center has :L regular Snnilay evening worship serviee ,,
and prograin as well as parties, retreats, picnics anil ,-
ear washes. The alepntatinn team Visits Christian
churches in the siirronmliiig territory to present the
morning wfmixliip service anil tn tell nf the stnilent een-
'lihe Center is open all mlay, every :lay for stinlent
relaxation and stnily. A kitchen, ping-pong tahle, ratliu-
phunngraph, piano, ancl games are also available for use.
'lihe Christian Stnulent Center has two clireetnrs,
Dfmna anrl Ruger Romine, who resiile upstairs in the
eenter. The olllieers for ICH-I-33 inclnileil Klarian
Pippitt, presiilentg Don Adams, Vive-presiilentg Sarah
Ann Zaiger, seeretaryq anrl Narnia LiZll'l11lL'l11lt'l,
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PLYMOUTH CLUB-ROW I: Nancy Lange, Bernadine Sutton, Randolyn Haag, Norm Nevenhoven, Karen Hedum, Loy Te+zIoFf, Beverly Hurt,
Bob Peters, Rosemary Burke, Marilynn Gruber, Mrs. Parry. ROVV 2: Helen Inamasu, LaVonne Shannon, Bonnie Carlson, Jean Lawson, Margery
Hansen, Corrine Shimel, May Sufhers, Jim Heinseiman, Jackie Bright, Thelma Fuiimura, Mary Delfs. ROW 3: Jody Westbury, Nancy Adams,
Sheila Hansen, Marian Shindoil, Carol Elliott, Berniia Riedemann, Gerald Nishimori, John Messer, Karen Knox, Joy Harris, Carol Conrad, Ann
Lesch. ROW 4: Ralph Parry, Lorna Meerdink, Norma Jean Schermer, Dorothy Raub, Jo Ann Meyer, Rochelle DeWinIer, Mary Nairen, Bar-
bara Heinzerofh, Ann Sowers, Carole Wedemeyer, Jean Beaving, Ralph Wedeking. ROW 5: Don Meyer, Barb Bowlin, Jackie Hansen, Lavon
Burrichfer, Phyllis Purcell, Bud Noble, Gene Lackore, Bill Landfain, Mary Lou Fredricksen, Jeanne Palmer, Annette Dreessen, Kathryn Johnston,
PLYMOUTH CLUB SERVES TWO DENOMINATIONS
PLYMOUTH CLUB is an organized fellowship affili-
ated with the United Church of Christ CCongrega-
tional, Evangelical and Reforinedj. As a member of
the United Student Fellowship the Plymouth Club
seeks to work and believe in the principles and teach-
ings of Christ and to learn ahout the work done in
lkleetings are held every Sunday night at the home of
hir. and llflrs. C. E. Parry. The 1954-55 officers of
the Plymouth Club were Loy Tetzloff, presidentg Bev-
erly Hurt, vice-president: Karen Hedum, secretary,
and Jack King, treasurer.
The sorority aililiated with Plymouth Club is SIGMA
ETA CHI. Officers for 195-I-55 were Jody Vvestbury,
president, Jean Beabing, vice-presidentg Bernita Riede-
inan, secretary, and Karen Heduni, treasurer.
SIGMA ETA CHI-ROW I: Lavon Burrichter, Bernifa Riedmann, Jean Beaving, Jody Westbury, Karen Hedum,
Mrs. Parry. ROW 2: Bernadine SuHon, Marilynn Gruber, Mary Suihers, Sheila Hansen, Jackie Brighr, Bonnie
Carlson. ROW 3: Mary Delfs, Donna Brandt, Phyllis Purcell, Barbara Bowlin, Jeanne Palmer, Ann Lesch, Rose-
mary Burke, Beverly Hurt.
CANTERBURY CLUB HAS CONFERENCES
Gathered around 'rhe conference table are members of
the Canterbury Club.
The student organization for lfpiscopalians on the
Teachers College campus is the CANTERBURY CLUB
which is a part of the National Canterbury Association.
In cooperation with St. Luke's Parish of Cedar Falls,
the Canterbury Club offers a program of worship,
study and social life designed to give students as com-
plete a part in parish life as they would have at home
and to offer them a program fitted to their age and
Conferences with students and faculty members on
other Iowa campuses through the lowa Canterbury As-
sociation are a regular part of each year's program.
The Reverend Clifford O. VValin, Vicar of St.
Luke's Parish, is advisor to the Club and chaplain to
Episcopal students. Ofhcers of the Canterbury Club
or this year were Constantine Tgiros, presidentg Loren
Horton, vice-presidentg Allison llukai, secretaryg and
Clarence Lamoureux, treasurer.
CANTERBURY CLUB-ROW I: Falher Walin, Loren Horton, Constantine Tgiros, Allison Mukai, Hazel Kaneshiro. ROW 2:
Liane Chrisfoffersen, Roxy Shape, Clarence Lamoureux, Marcia Sfudley, Joan Plummer, Dianne Damro. ROW 3: Audrey
Gunnell, Jack Minehart, John Boughfon, Janice Shoot, Rick Maynard.
THE INTER-XTARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP is a
group of Christian students who meet for fun, fellow-
ship, encouragement, and inspiration in their daily
Christian lives. It is an interdenominational and inter-
The activities of the group this year consisted of
daily devotions held each Weekday at 12:15 and 3:15
p.m., weekly Bible studies in the dormitories, and a
regular Tuesday night meeting in the Faculty Room in
Gilchrist Hall. These weekly meetings consisted ot
panels, discussions, special speakers, and missionary
challenges. About once a lUOIlfl'l an informal wget-
togethern is held, and in the spring an annual banquet
climaxed the yearls activities.
The sponsors of the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow-
ship were L. bl. Stokstad and VVilliam llacy. The
195-l-55 otlicers were Donna Kahlstort, presidentg
lIIona Kliklcelson, vice-presidentg YVanda Hembry,
secretaryg and Leona Cooper, treasurer.
The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship holds their Tues-
day night meetings in the Faculty Room.
INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP-ROW l: Keith Macy, John Hegarty, Mona Milcltelson, Donna Kahlstort, Wanda Hembry, Leona
Cooper, Lloyd Stokstad. ROW 2: Mildred Brett, Willadine McDaniel, Carolyn Gilliland, Jean Rite, Shirley Kool, Marie Lasater, Virginia
Weiss. ROW 3: Kay Schaefer, Doris Hoter, Maxine Means, Nancy Grey, Teressa McDonald, Mary Lou Bottortf. ROW 4: Shirley Barker,
Betty Prehm, John Newton, Dale Peterson, Norma Prehm, Adella Buchmann, Dorothy Peterson. ROW 5: Kay Woody, Shirley Zicltl, Hendrene
Te Grotenhuis, John Smith, George Cordes, Jim Van Eaton, Sandra Carlson, Phyllis Fisher, Marcile Wisgerhot.
LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION-ROW I: Audrey Mort-fedr, Milo Sulentic, Geraldinc Colton, Linnea Loe, Ken Norem, Norma Waller,
Roberr Burlcgern, Norma Willis, Shirley Renander. ROW 2. Mary Uker, Ruth Johnson, Sandra Myhre, Virginia Thompson, Janice Anderson,
Margarel' Ehen, Jane Mardori, Phyllis Chantland, Anne Rohlfing. ROW 3: Phyllis Jacobson, Rose Marie Peterson, Dorothy Missen, lrene
Swanson, Jacquelyn Miller, Phyllis Woodall, Karen Sellstrorn, Audrey Johnson, Janet Roslien, Sylvia Johnson. ROW 4: Sylvia Larson, Janet
Horn, Jean Andersen, Karen Swanson, Laurelta Brunsvold, Joanne Kragenbrinlr, Belly Rasmussen, Mary Jean De Haven, Carol Pals, Joyce
Kuehl, Glenda Boal. POW 5: Dick Leef, Vivian Loven, Marilyn Wendt, Marilyn Marcellus, Joan Ernst, Marilyn Stamp, Kay Swain, Jeanie
Henderson, Ruth Madsen, Donna Madsen, Greta Johnson, Loraine Saafholif, Sally Slroh, Arden Sollien. ROW 6: Mariorie Johnson, Arlene
Miller, Jaclrie Doerring, Kathryn Fleming, Shirley Christensen, Gene Fortune, Victor Diercksen, Kenneth Jensen, Norene Norgaard, Donna
Linden, Erlene Poppinga, Marcelyn Difzel, Shirley Fosler, Elaine DeFosse.
LUTHERAN STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO LSAci'ion
Members of 'rhe Lu+heran Sfudenl' Associalion char over
a Sunday evening supper.
Seq-king to win all stiidents to :1 full 1'0mmitm1'11t to E I I J.
Christ is thc basic aim of the I.1"r111iR,1N ST1'1m1cxT 1
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m1'6ti11gs, s1'r1'i1'c p1'0j1'1'ts, and sfJ1'iz1l g:1tlW1'1'i11gs.
Th1'1-1' times yearly' tl11' I,11tl11'1'z111 Sturlent Associzi-
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GAMMA DELT'S HOSTS REGIONAL CONVENTION
GAMMA DELTA-ROW I: Edger Brammer, Lou Ann Witt, Gilbert Clemens, Esther Hasse, Sally Horn, Dick Polansky, Doug Doerzman, Jo
Tucker, Elwin Sievers, Doris Lingo, Del Hoffmeier. ROW 2: Miriam Baumgart, Eleanor Beckmann, Marilyn Schabacker, Mary Olsen, Nancy
Von Doehren, Jane Hebner, Janice Kunert, Annette Hudepohl, Mary Bahndorf, Marlene England, Jo Norman. ROW 3: Donna Krug, Janet
Krefr, Elaine Kroemer, Donna Toffness, Myra Willesen, Zelda Christensen, Ruth Grempel, Delores Wilkins, Joanne Dohrman, Phyllis Carlson,
Dorothy Horn. ROW 4: Rebecca Blessing, Marian Pralle, Mary Hurlbuf, Loretta Biorklund, Janet Platte, Lloyd Barren, Duane Paulsen, Pauline
Brand, Sandra Schramm, Beverly Dornbusch, Barb Knaack, Lois Puhrmann. ROW 5: Eileen Matzen, Ramona Tennell, Carol Lindblom, LaVonne
Mohr, Lorimer Biorklund, Jucliih Wurch, Carl Albert, John White, Viola De Boer, Philip Kapfer, Blaine Andrada, Arfa Dahms, La Rae Kussatz,
One of the highlights of the year for the Alpha
Sigma chapter members of GAMMA DELTA was their
privilege of being hosts of the 195-l Gamma Delta Reg-
ional Convention held here at l. S. T. C. Chapters
represented ranged from Valparaiso, Indiana, to Stev-
ens Point, VVisconsin. The first several weeks of this
school year were set aside for a pledging period for
prospective Gamma Deltans. The Initiation Banquet,
on October Sl, wound up the pledging period.
The Alpha Sigma chapter of Gamma Delta has as
its goals to endeavor to conserve and develop Christian
faith and to encourage Christian action among college
students through a program based on Christian knowl-
edge and Christian service.
Reverend Edgar Brammer is the Pastor-Counselor
of the-Lutheran Student Center llklissouri Synodj
which is located on the corner of Seerley Boulevard
and Waliitit. The 195-l-55 olhcers were Dick Polan-
sky, presidentg Doug Doerzman, vice-presidentg Sally
Horn, secretaryg and Joan Tucker, treasurer.
Gamma DeH'an's enioy a Sunday evening meal in their
WESLEY FOUNDATION-ROW I: Eva Messerschmill, Preston Cole, Jean McGrew, Kae Kessler, Nellie Harvey. ROW 2:
Marilyn Gibson, Shirley Gardner, Shirley Chalupa, Barbara Lowell, Belly Kramer. ROW 3: Marge Nelsen, Oma Chcdy,
JoAnne Kohls, Phyllis Anderson, Mayrose Lane, Barbara Hiclrs. ROW 4: Donna Kimrey, Paul Prichard, Patty Hake, Bob
Cameron, Betty Vestal, Elizabeth Billie, Don Butler.
ililfiii XVIZSLITY For xntxnox is :1 "Home Away from
Home" for students of Klethodist preference. "XVes-
leyu tries to supplement the needs of the student by
providing outlets and opportunities for participation in
:activities of a social, zlczxdemic, and religous nature in a
Christian environment. The program is conducted en-
tirely by students under the direction of Reverend vl.
Preston Cole and Klrs. Nellie Harvey. A student
council is the governing body of the group.
The progrzim vzwies in accordance with the desires
SIGMA THETA EPSILON-ROW I: Paul Prichard, Don Nelson,
Sasaki, Jean McGrew, Dale Johnson, Don Butler. ROW 3: Fra
Kenneth L. Rowe.
IN THREE GROUPS
of the students from questions and discussions of aca-
demic nature to deeply religious problems. The pro-
gram is geared to those who seriously consider the
problems of life.
The Uiesley Foundation works in close cooperation
with the First lllethodist Church in Cedar Falls. The
195-I-55 olhcers of the VVesley Foundation included
lean Klcflrew, presidentg Kenneth L. Rowe, viee-pres-
identg Brfulley Bowman, secretaryg and Kae Kessler,
Bob Cameron, Ron Ferry, Arthur Redner. ROW 2: Roy
nlrie Hurst, Pres+on Cole, Gene Lackore, Duane Fuhrman,
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METHODIST SORORITY AND FRATERNITY
ln addition to the VVesley Foundation, students of
ltlethodist preference may belong to the Nlethodist
sorority, KAPPA PHI, or the fraternity, SIGMA THETA
EPSILON. Kappa Phi oihcers for the year were Betty
Vestal, president, Carolyn Bolger, vice-president, Pat
Cline, secretary: and VVilma lXIeLuen, treasurer. lklrs.
Nellie Harvey sponsored Kappa Phi. Ofiicers of the
fraternity, Sigma Theta Epsilon, were Bob Cameron,
president, Ron Ferry, vice-president, Don Nelson, sec-
retary: and Paul Prichard, treasurer. Sigma Theta Ep-
silon sponsors were Dr. Lyman Peek and Hlr. Arthur
KAPPA PHI-ROW I: Yvonne Hennings, Sue Hoskins, Nancy Thompson, Pat Cline, Betty Vestal, Carolyn Bolger, Wilma McLuen, Mildred
Hartbeck, Belva Ramler, Mrs. Nellie Harvey. ROW 2: Beverly Miller, Beverlee Ramler, Virginia ldso, Janet Swanson, Lois Erbe, Shirley
Braun, Ardis West, Della Collins, Joell Meinders, Eva Messerschmitt. ROW 3: Sheila lrish, Doris Soeten, Geraldyne Brennan, Betty Prehm,
Janet Neubaum, Jean Janssen, Ruth Charbon, La Vonne Godtrey, Pat Hansen, Shirley Whannel. ROW 4: Nola Read, Doris Severe, Mary
Hawkins, Kay Ford, Reta Ahrens, Barbara Hicks, Marilyn Gibson, Beth Webber, Carol Teltord, Esther Bull, Nancy Mackintosh. ROW 5: Gail
Thompson, Roberta Paxson, Donna Kimrey, Avis Evely, Mayrose Lane, Patty Hake, June Harner, Shirley Gardner, Elizabeth Bittle, Susan Pelletf,
Maurine Stephens. ROW 6: Marilyn Jones, Betty Kramer, Ella Jones, Betty Albert, Ellen Baldy, Patsy Hall, Susan Hansen, Rosemary Russell,
Mariorie Caruthers, Carolee Swanson, Oma Chody.
KAPPA PHI-ROW I: Janice Watson, Joan Bunnell, Kay Norton, Carol Bent, Betty Augustine, Nancy Holub, Carol Davis, Mariorie Shinn,
Nancy Fearing, Marian George. ROW 2: Donna Robinson, Virginia Guenther, Beverly Zimmer, Sue Singer, Cynthia Olsgaard, Nancy Waite,
Joy lnsko, Gail Strunk, Nancy Newton. ROW 3: Pat McClure, Donna Gaulke, Cedell Hammer, Mary Lou Swinburne, Judith Hunter, Doris
Gilman, Mary Brackin, Nancy Grey, Mary Lou Weber, Lavon Cameron. ROW 4: Marianna Hatner, Wava Palmer, Jeane Davis, Nancy
Grover, Evelyn Bergh, Norma Exline, Marie Hobart, Rosalyn Dunnette, Judy Hotz, Julia Holliday, Earlene Shourek. ROW 5: Annette Hetlin,
Sandra Pursell, Judy Stoermer, Lois Held, Gladys Kemper, Paula Hunt, Wanda Will, Joy Wilcox, Ellen Tilp, Glenda Mortitt, Mable Johnson.
ROW 6: Sally Moore, Mary Schoonmaker, Faye Breneman, Sharon Beniamin, Jean Wearda, Kathleen Meehan, Pat Stewart, Leona Baier, Ruth
De Graw, Norma Prehm, Ardith Merry, Jean Bonderman.
PRESBYTERIAN FELLOWSHIP-ROW I: Robert Hunfington, Ruth Fellows, Richard Lynch, Mariorie Moore, Robert Mc-
Infire. Mrs. George English. RONN 2: Charlolle Diehn, Belly Ann Halverson, Mary Laughlin, Mary Lou Reeve, Jean Edg-
ingfon, Mary Ella Youngren, ROW 3: Margaret Ginn, Ruth Schnur, Nancy Hicks, Ruth Greenfield, Jane Ford, Ruth
Montgomery, Marilyn LaNeIIe Taylor. ROW 4: Joyce Porler, Marilyn Todd, Donna Schullz, Gary McAvoy, Carol Bode,
Mary Jane Arnold, Shirlee Vogalaar, Mary Rose. ROW 5: Roberla McKee, Margaret Mundi, Duane Wombolf, Douglas
Eitzman, Tom Handlen, Curtis McKee, Joyce Hundling.
PRESBYTERIAN FELLOWSHIP-ROW I: Connie Brink, Arthur Blanlcers, Francis Emmelf, Jerry Reynolds, Margaret Clark,
Lee Thomson. POW 2: Marsia Parlello, Nancy Langles, Marian Williams, Barbara Wallace, Delores Lynch, Carol Buck-
man. ROW 3: Pauline Beeson, Ann lnnis, Roberta Evans, Margy Owens, Alberta Simmons, Barbara Fisher, Gwen Lehnus.
POW 4: Nancy Bremer, Shirley Laurer, Carolyn Pennoclx, Barbara Nagel, Donald Hill, Nancy Recfor, Jane? Shelgren.
Ramona Heilner. POW 5: Ann Strain, Sandra Ladehoff, Connie Tennant, Sheridan Strayer, Marlene Anlrerson, Marilyn
Estes, Dolores Mason, Kathryn Gross.
PRESBYTERIANS FEATURE SERVICE PROJECTS
r.liHlp lYi1sTxi1Ns'1'iiR I'ii1I.1.fmsi-iii' Cor Ncii. spnne ing room, and a large basement area which includes a
sors zi I5l'02l'ZllIl geared to help the college student to snack bar, fireplace and game room.
better iinderstzind himself :is he grnws in Christian ex- The fellowship is under the direction of lllrs.
perience :ind leadership. Service projects, worship, dis- George lfnglish. The 1954-55 nlhcers were Richard
mission groups, bible sfliily, :ind recreation :ire sched- Lynch, moderatorg hlzirgie llloore, vice-moderatorg
nled activities fur the fellowship. The center houses zi Ruth Fellows, stated clerk, and Pat fllontgomery,
chapel zirezi, smzill lrninge, committee ruoin, social din- treasurer.
PHI CHI DELTA
ll PRESBYTERIAN SORORITY
Phil CHI DELTA, a sorority for girls whose religious
preference is Presbyterian, is a service organization
, which features community projects and programs. Phi
Chi Delta oliicers included Shirley Stebbins, presidentg
Donna Schultz and Doris Carolus, vice-presidentsg
Ruth Ann lklontgomery, secretzlryg and lklarilyn Estes,
treasurer. lklrs. George English sponsored the group.
Reverend Charles Jacobs, pastor ot the First
Congregational Church in Waterloo, speaks dur-
ing a Sunday evening service.
PHI CHI DELTA-ROW I: Mrs. George English, Roberta McKee, Betty Arink, Barbara Fisher, Donna Schultz, Shirley Stebbins, Doris Carolus,
Ruth Montgomery, Marilyn Estes, Ruth Greenfield. ROW 2: Evelyn Conner, Mary Laughlin, Nancy Langlas, Carole Buckman, Betty Ann
Halverson, Jean Edgington, Pauline Beeson, Charlotte Diehn, Connie Brink. ROW 3: Barbara Nagel, Margaret Ginn, Mary Rose, Marilyn
Todd, Shirlee Vogelaar, Lillian Conner, Gwendolyn Lehnus, Barbara Wallace, Nancy Hicks, Marian Williams, Joyce Krambeer, Delores Lynch.
ROW 4: Patricia Dinsdale, Patricia Montgomery, Ruth Schnur, Janice Klooster, Jane Ford, Joyce Porter, Nancy Bremer, Margaret Clark,
Margie Moore, Dawn Helkenn, Ruth Fellows, Mary Jane Arnold, Ann lnnis. ROW 5: Janet Shelgren, Connie Tennant, Carolyn Pinnock,
Kathryn Gross, Dolores Mason, Margaret Mundt, Carol Bode, Patricia Alexander, Nancy Rector, Joyce Harrison, Phyllis Snyder, Lou Lennier,
Sandy Ladehott, Ann Strain.
INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL-POW I: Rufln Madsen, Dorothy Steege, Jane Clarlr, Shirley Renander, Marian McBrair,
Elsie Cloud. PQW 2: Jan Rogers, Corrine Larson, Marlene Oslrom, Ruth Fellows, Nancy Thompson, Audrey Ayala, Mary
INTER-SORORITY AND FRATERNITY COUNCILS
'liiiij lY'1'1iR-SURURITY :intl lX'1'lIR-l'iR.YI'liRNl'l'Y CULN- nrt- on the L'2lllllllIS, but for tht- time wlicii college days
OILS am- tlu- cmmlinnting bullies for thc nine m1'rn'itic-s :irc on-1'. Tlwii' stamlzmls cmbmly fricniilincss, co-
zintl funn' fmtvrnitics un tlu- linux Starts 'liezlclicrs Col- upvrzitiun, reliability, lezulwsliip, clixlizictw, :intl schol-
lvgv vziinpns. 'liln-sc councils nrt' lllllllk' up ut tlw elect- zlrsliip. lillfll spring the councils L'0'5POllSOl' thc lllfCI'-
ml prcsiilviits :intl ntliccrs of tllc sm'm'itics :intl the l'lr:ltcrnity-So1'n1'ity' nizincc' lllltl lirvcli Vvicvk. Alam'
vli-utcil l't'I1l'L'St'l1f2ll'lXt'a of tln' tl'z1tc1'i1itics. rlillk' l7lll'l7USC Lllzlrlc :intl Dong '1'vctlt presitlctl in tlw cminvils this
ut tln-sc two suvinl groups is tu tmtlivi' the frmnzition year.
of Clow fric-inlsliips, not only for fllL' time the incmbcrs
INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL-POW I: Bob McQue-, Larry Smalley, Doug Tvedl, Bill Lee. liOW 2: Duane Womboll,
Dean Bemus, Jerry Reynolds, Dave Carrick.
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ALPHA CHI EPSILON-ROW I: Larry Smalley, Ralph Parry, Phil Tucker, Lee Thomson, Paul Yap, David Clay. ROW 2: Kenneth L Rowe
Larry Maffox, Donald Meyer, Ronald Reilly, Carol Smith, Donald Lange, Dale Johnson, Norman Smith, AI Zarifis, Donald Hay. ROW 3
Paul Prichard, Richard Frantz, Galend Kuhens, Duane Wombolr, Robert Squires, Kenny Lind, Tom Normarid, Armand Baker, Bud Boughton
David McCalIey, James Stewart, John Gamet, Glen Swanson, Jim Bruner, Dick Polonsky.
CHI'S PRACTICE "TRUE BROTHERHOOD"
Promoting true brotherhood and lasting friendships
is the goal of the Beta Chapter of ALPH.A CHI EPSI-
LON, the oldest Greek letter fraternity on campus.
The Chi's social activities for the year included picnics,
hour dances, "coke" dates. "stags," smokers, sleighing
and skiing parties, and hay rides. Outstanding events
of the year for the Chi's were the Halloween Party,
Homecoming dinner for alumni, Christmas caroling,
Chi-Delt Hobo Party, and the Spring Orchid Formal
at the Hotel President. The Chi's were also active in
various campus and community projects. Don Lange
received the "outstanding Chi" award for the year.
The Chi's sponsors were llr. Peter Haines, Dr. E. L.
Klarietta, and Dr. E. Cable, who was one of the
founders of the fraternity. Officers were Don Lange,
president, Dale Johnson, vice-president, Carol Smith,
secretary, Ron Reilly, treasurerg and Al Zarafis, so-
The Chi's enioy a coke date with the Pi TI1e+'s
l'Alu'ays in actionf' the motto of DELTA DELTA
PHI, describes the Delt's over the past year. Their so-
cial activities included picnics, Hcokel' dates, hour
dances, overnights, and pinning and engagement par-
ties. Outstanding events of the year for the Deltls in-
cluded the annual Homecoming tea for alumnae,
building of a Homecoming Hoat with their brothers,
Alpha Chi Epsilon fraternity, Christmas earoling, Chi-
Delt Hobo Party, lXIother's day brunch, a booth at the
lllardi Gras, participation in the All-College Sing, and
the highlight of the year, the annual Spring Formal.
The Delt's sponsors were llrs. Kay Humphrey, Dr.
and Klrs. H. VV. Reninger, Dr. and lllrs. D. F. How-
ard, llr. and lllrs. VVillis VVagner. Officers were
Elsie Cloud, presidentg Elaine Jewell, yiee-president,
Lois Erbe, secretary, Pat Price, treasurer, Jane Clark,
alumnae secretary, and Anne Parks, historian.
Dell pledges provide en+er+ainmen+ for +l1e aclives dur-
HOBO PARTY HIGHLIGHTS YEAR FOR DELT'S
DELTA DELTA PHI-ROW I: Mary Ann Wagner, Brenda Benelce, Parricia West, Connie Clark, Margaret Herring, Janice
Robison. POW 2: Jane Clark, Patricia Price, Lois Erbe, Elsie Cloud, Elaine Jewel, Anne Parks, Jolwna Harwood. RCW 3:
Regina Miller, Liane Chrislofferson, Sally Graslcewicz, Bonnie Brown, Jane Hauser, Sally Bacher, Phyllis Johnson, Marilyn
Taylor, Pa+ricia Carothers, Shirlee Vogelaar, Marilyn Carter.
KAPPA THETA PSI-ROW I: Marilyn Lewis, JoAnne Jerabelc, Vera Goelsch. Mary Panagos. ROW 2: Ana Quinn, Shirley
Hiclzs, Patricia Pisney, Ruth Madsen, Eleanor Herr, Beverly Carpenter, Marilyn LaNelle Taylor. ROW 3: Phyllis Klein, JoAnne
Kohls, Ruth Greenfield, Nancy Mortensen, Elizabeth Corpuz, Elaine Witte, Carol Brandt, Rose Maire, Herberta Huggins, Dixie
KAPPA'S STRESS SOCIAL AWARENESS
Taking 'lime out for a coke, six Kappa's 'talk fhings over.
"lwVe strive for all that is true and noble in woman-
hood," is the motto of li.-XPPA 'THETA Psi, the oldest
Greek letter sorority on campus. The Kappa's social
activities for the year included 1'llSl'llI'lg, picnics, five-
pound parties, Hcokel' dates with other sororities and
M- fraternities, overnight parties, and graduate dinners.
Other social events of the year were the Homecoming
breakfast, participation in the Campus Sing, secret-
sister week which culminated in a Christmas party, a
booth at the lllardi Gras, and the traditional lXlother's
Day lunch. Highlight of the year for the Kappa's was
the formal dinner preceding the Spring Formal. The
Kappa's sponsors were lllr. and Blrs. C. G. McCol-
lum and lllr. and lllrs. C. K. Phillips. Qllicers were
Ruth Kladsen, presidentg Pat Pisney, vice-presidentg
Shirley Hiclis, secretaryg Eleanor Herr, correspond-
ing secretaryg Bev Carpenter, treasurerg llary Taylor,
historiang and Ana Quinn, social chairman.
LAMBDA GAMMA NU-POVV l: Gary Bush, Bob Jones, Hugh Peiterson, Doug Doerzman, Duane Garman, Rober+ Hansmeier, Jerald Torger-
son, Bob Mclntire, Ray Schrepfer. ROW 2: Dick Strub, Larry Krumm, Doug Tvedf, Dave Coerper, Diclc Starr, Charles Ball, Frank Carfhey, Lee
Mowrer, Bob Sabus. Jack Harmon, Pete Pickeif, Bradley Bauman. ROW! 3: Lyle Roberts, Dave Sarchet, Dick Farmer, Dean Bemus, Don Wil-
schurz, Howard Pigg, Roger Hessenius, Larry Holler, Bob Boderman, Dale Black, Leon Hadley. ROW 4: Bob Huntington, Dale Bress, Bill
Whiting, Phil Loning.
LAMBDA GAM'S G0 NATIONAL
The Lambda Gam's, with the help of +l1e Del+'s, seren-
ade al' Christmas.
l After operating for twenty-six years as a local fra-
l ter-nity, Laxiizua Gaxixia NL' has affiliated itself with
Tan Kappa lfpsilon, a national social fraternity dedi-
cated to personal worth and character. ln its last year
as a local fraternity, the Lambda Gam's social calen-
dar was highlighted with "stags," smokers, the tradi-
tional Homecoming dinner at the Convair Room,
Christmas caroling, a booth at the Klardi Gras, and
the Spring Sweetheart Formal. The outstanding
achievement of the year for the Lambda Gam's was
winning the Homecoming Hoat competition with its
sister sorority, Tau Sigma Delta. A party in the tradi-
tional ltalian fashion was held at Byrnes Park to cele-
brate the victory. The Lambda Gam's sponsors were
Dr. Robert lf. Strain and llr. Peter llazula. Ollicers
were Bud Ball, prcsidentg Frank Carthey, vice-presi-
dentg Dick Starr, secretaryg Lee lloivrer, treasurerg
and Dave Coerper, historian.
NU SIGMA PHI-ROW I: Allison Mulrai, Ruth Johnson, Doris Light, Nancy Thompson, Sandra Myhre, Norma
Carmichael, Della Evans. RCW 2: Janet Swanson, Loretta Middleton, Marie Barger, Mary Zurmuehlen, Dor-
ofhy Sieege, Beverly Dornbusch, Lois Dunlap, Theresa Hood, Jean Olsen.
NU SIG'S HIGHLIGHT YEAR WITH DINNER-DANCE
The motto of NL' SIGMA PHI, "In union there is
strength,'y was given special meaning through the var-
ied activities of the organization over the past year.
Included in the social calendar were rushing parties and
formal pledging, Hcokey' teas, theater parties, picnics.
and slumber parties. Homecoming provided an excel-
lent opportunity for the actives to get together with
Nu Sig alumnae. At the traditional Sunday mo1'ning
breakfast each returning alumna was presented with a
"mum.'l The spring formal dinner-dance and the din-
ner honoring graduating Nu Sigls was the highlight of
the year. Klarilyn Fuller presided over the organiza-
tion during the past year. Nancy Thompson served as
vice-presidentg Doris Light as treasurerg and Sandra
lVIyhre as secretary. Nu Sig sponsors were Ruth Allen,
Ellen Aakvik, lVIr. and lllrs. Sonstegard, and Dr. and
Nlrs. E. Cable.
Nu Sig's close their meeting with a song and a circle
STAG DINNER CAPS PHI SIG ACTIVITIES
"Do unto others as you would have others do unto
' you," is the motto of the Theta Chapter of PHI SIGMA
,I T' I'iI'SlLON. A large spring pledge class consisting of
.H twenty-two new members enabled the Phi Sig's to in-
augurate a new and varied program of social activities
Ki T, in the past year. This program was highlighted by
tour major events: the Homecoming dinner, the winter
A A ,nj and spring dinner-dances, and the stag dinner honoring
X the graduating seniors in spring. The Phi Sig's were
' X also active in intramurals, and for the third consecu-
X '-:v if ' ,i ,e f tire year they won the intramural softball champion-
ship. During the past summer the Phi Sigma lfpsilon
Q National Conclaye was held in Klilwaukee, and ,Ierry
Reynolds, jack Shearer, Ray George, and XVayne
Cierken attended. The Phi Sig's sponsors were llr.
Bert Vvoodcoclq and Dr. TVilliam Dee. Olhcers were
XVziyne Gerken, president: jerry Reynolds, vice-presi-
dentg Gary Gorham, treasurerg Tom Handlen, secre-
Phi Sigma Epsilons relax before Hlleir meeqring in tary: and Bill Lee, corresponding secretary.
the Ott-Campus Men's Lounge.
PHI SIGMA EPSILON-ROW l: Ronald Salmonson, Robert Lang, Ray George, Fred Lotfredo, Kaye Young, Charles Rilrer, Jerry Case.
POW 2- Keith Keoppel, Jon McCuslrey, Roy Voggesser, Gary Gorham, Jerry Reynolds, Wayne Gerlren, Tom Handlen, Bill Lee, Leroy Dunn.
POW 3: Robert Taylor, Vern Ogden, Richard Lee, Robert Elmore, Jim Rosein, John Siorbom, Richard Larson, Jaclt Wielenga, Hugo Klatt,
William Dee, Jack Shearer, Blake Brown. ROW 4: Kenny Nichols, Gary McAvoy, Stan Norenberg, Bill Andersen, Donald Kolsrud, Rodney
Hoogland, Ollie lsaalr, Lyle Bitcon.
A CHAPTER Ptll SXEMA EPSXLBII
"iVe build for character and not for fame," is the
motto ot PHI SIGMA PHI, and the Phi Sig's social cal-
endar for the past year was organized to give meaning
to the motto. The Phi Sig's social activities included
rushing, "coke" dates with other sororities and frater-
nities, overnight parties, building of a Homecoming
float with their brothers, Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity,
a Homecoming coffee hour honoring alumnae, a Christ-
mas party, a booth at the filardi Gras, and the annual
lllother-Daughter banquet. The year was highlighted
by the spring banquet honoring graduating seniors.
llrs. Bert ivoodcock was the Phi Sig's sponsor. Oth-
Cers were llarlene Ostrom, presidentg Lora Christian-
sen, viee-presidentg Kathe Obye, secretaryg Sandra
VVC1lClI'Oll, treasurerg Klary Lou Bottorff, correspond-
ing secretaryg Rita Van Dorn, social chairmang and
Doris Dakken, historian.
Phi Sig's enioy a coke date with the Chi's
PHI SIG'S SEARCH FOR "CHARACTER, NOT FAME"
PHI SIGMA PHI-ROW I: Sue Gordon, Sandra Waldron, Kathe Obye, Marlene Ostron, Mary Lou Bottortf Doris Dalrlcen
Carol Pals. ROW 2: Carolyn Dougherty, Marlene Blizelt, Betty Roberts, Sharon Sanders, Susan Hansen, Jeanne Palmer Ca+ha
rine Barker, Rita Van Dorn, Charlotte Diehn.
Pl PHI OMEGA-ROW lx Dolores Sommerdorf, Esflwer Morikawa, Audrey Ayala, Kay Swain, Lois Puhlrmann. ROW 2:
Alyse Mohr, Donna Brandf, Carol Telford, Janice Sl'-oof, Carol Davis, Virginia Morrissey, Hazel Kaneshiro.
PI PHI'S PROMOTE SOCIAL. INTELLECTUAL GROWTH
The goal of P1 PHI fDNIEG,-X, promoting a closer
bond among the members and furthering the social
and intellectual growth of eaeli member, was brought
out in the rn',qanization's activities :luring the past year.
These inelutletl fall and winter rushing, planning and
making tlie llfJIlK'COI1llllQ float, secret sister week, and
tlie tramlitiunal Klutliefs Day banquet. Also on the Pi
Pliils sfieial ealentlzir were rwerniglits, picnics, and five-
pounil parties. The liigliliglit of the year for the Pi
Pl1i's was tlie l-lrniieerniiiiig lwruneli fur returning alum-
nae. Sponsors were Klrs. Huy lVagner and Barbara
Selinelle. Utiieers of Pi Plii Omega for the year were
.-Xinlrey Ayala, presinlentg lfster Hrnikziwa, vieerpresi-
ilentg Dolores Smnint-i'ilrn't, treasurer, and Kay Swain,
Pi Phi's gel l'oge+l'1er for an informal iallc.
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Pi Tau's ride on their Homecoming float.
Building and broadening of friendships, the purpose
of P1 TAL' PHI, was furthered last suniiner by a week-
end at Clear Lake. During the school year the Pi
T1llllS social calendar included "coke" dates with other
sororities and traternities, tive-pound parties, spreads,
and overnights. Highlights of the year tor the Pi
Tau's were the Homecoming breakfast tor alumnae,
the annual Christmas party, and the KIother's Day
luncheon at the Ti-Pi-'liin Inn. Projects for the year
included the publishing of a new pledge manual, and
keeping in touch with former aluninae by means of a
periodic newsletter published by the Pi Tau Phi Alum-
nae Association. The Pi Tau's sponsors were Klrs.
Elmer Ritter, Klrs. Perry Grier, and Bliss -lane
llauck. Officers were Corrine Larson, presidentg
Donna Foss, vice-presidentg Kay Schultz, secretaryg
and Barbara Lucas, treasurer.
PI TAU'S PUBLISH NEW PLEDGE MANUAL
PI TAU PHI-ROW I: Anne Rohlting, Jean Graettinger, Kay Shultz, Donna Foss, Corrine Larson, Barb Lucas, Nola Read, Pat
Putter. ROW 2: Patricia Granau, Marian Peter, Sherry Hynes, Judy Taylor, Marilynn Dowling, Janice Russett, Beverly Stewart,
Norma McDact1ran, Marilyn Ellingson.
PI THET'S ACTIVE WITH PROJECTS AND PARTIES
if Friendship, cooperation, and enthusiastie support of
i i 4 ' all college activities, the goal ot P1 THETA PI, was
' 3 exemplified by the Pi Thet's during the past year.
. After starting off the year with a party with their
' f,v i brother fraternity, Sigma Tau Gamma, the Pi Thet's
"A, ' b ' -"' bbu participated in "coke" dates with other sororities and
I 3 fraternities, picnics, parties, a Homecoming tea, Christ-
Q " mas caroline, and a lXlother's Day luncheon. As one
' ot their "help" projects ot the past year the Pi 'lihetls
raked the lawn and washed the windows at the home
i 3 of one of their sponsors, iiliss Thelma Short. Klajor
projects of the year included making a sorority paddle,
1,14 9 ' , candle holder, and the publishing of a newsletter.
Sponsors were liliss Thelma Short and Dr. and lilrs.
David ixvilliams. Otticers were Ruth Fellows, presi-
dentg Linda Neuhart, vice-president: iilary Campbell,
secretary, and Rosalie Gibbs, treasurer.
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The industrious Pi Thet's tinish up work on their
PI THETA Pl-ROW I: Elaine Rolston, Bernita Riedemann, Greta Johnson, Shirley Mahannah, Donna Schultz, Marliss Cornelius, Barbara
Smith. POW 2: Barbara Woltt, Barbara Lowell, Mary Heisler, Mary Campbell, Ruth Fellows, Linda Neuhart, Rosalie Gibbs, Nancy Lange.
PQW 3: Sally Carbaugh, Lu Miller, Shirley Renander, Dorothy Simon, Mary Ruth Culbert, Sally McCartney, Gloria Johnson, Carole O'Niell,
Jean Pieper, Jan Torltelson, Mary Hawkins, Lou Ann Witt, Miriarr Baumgart.
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SIGMA TAU GAMMA-ROW I: Constantine Tgiros, Donald Hansen, Dave Liliegren, Ted Lyons, Doug Butler, Don Laughlin, Earl Dornfeld.
ROW 2: Erwin Chrisfianson, Dale Cook, Dick Lieb, Vernon Rosene, Jean McGraw, Neil Ver Hoef, Dave Carrick, Dick Griffin. ROW 3: Dave
Baker, Bernard Ceilley, Duane Schroeder, Donald Anderson, Don Adams, Gerald Cias, Dennis Jensen, John Van Epps,
SIG TAU'S ATTEND CONCLAVE IN MILWAUKEE
Several Sig Tau Brothers wail' for a meeting 'lo be-
gin in 'rhe committee room of the Commons.
The Alpha Eta Chapter of SIGMA TAL' GAMMA
claims among its members many outstanding men in
every branch of campus activity. The goal of the fra-
ternity, promoting lasting friendships and true brother- -4
hood, was exemplified dllflllg the past year by having
"coke" dates with various sororities, "stags," smokers,
dinners, formal dances, and parties with their sister so- ' V 1 X
rority, Pi Theta Pi. Highlights of the year for the Sig
Tau's included the Homecoming dinner, the annual
VVhite Rose dinner-dance, and the spring party for
g1'aduating seniors. Over the Christmas vacation the -
Sigma Tau Gamma National Conclave was held in "
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lklilwaukee, VVisconsin, and membe1's of the local
chapter that attended were Ken Rowe, Dave Carrick,
Dick Lieb, and Jerry Cias. The Sig Tau's sponsors
were- Dr. Erma Plaehn and Dr. Herman Nelson.
Officers were Dick Lieb, president, Ted Lyons, first 8
vice-presidentg Neil Ver Hoef, second vice-presiclentg
Don Adams, secretary, and Al Kristensen, treasurer.
TAU SIGMA DELTA-ROW I: Adele Abodeely, Shiley McCI'ie-sney, Beverly Buss, Jo Lusson, Margref Johnslon, Carolyn Hender-
son. ROW 2: Gail Thompson, Barbara Hall Jean Atherton, Margaret Myers, Jane+ Rogers, Mary Conrad, Phyllis Fogarty,
BeH'y Rauch, Charlofle Moen. ROW 3: Carol Matthews, Sandra Hutchins, Pat Hahn, Esfher Hicks, Mary Carrofhers, Faith
Hoium, Janet McBride, Barbara Priest.
TAU SIG'S WIN HOMECOMING FLOAT COMPETITION
Tau Sig's visir in the home of their president
1 ,UI "Friendship and service," the aims of 'llAL' SIGMA
DEI.T.'X, were brought out in the social activities of the
Tan Sig's in the past year. These activities included
rushing, "coke" dates, spreads, overnights, and picnics.
Outstanding events of the year were the Homeconiing
ttkl for returning alnrnnae, Christmas caroling, lloth-
er's Day luncheon, a booth at the Klardi Gras, and the
rw annual graduate dinner in spring. Highlight of the
year for the Tau Sig's was winning the Homecoming
float competition with their brother fraternity. Lambda
Ciannna Nu. A party held in the traditional Italian
fashion was held at Byrnes Park to celebrate the vic-
tory. The Tan Sig's sponsors were Dr. and lllrs.
S... Xliilliam Dee, lllr. and llrs. lfnderbrink, and
Blaine KIcDayitt. Othccrs were jan Rogers, presi-
dentg Pat Clayburg, vice-president: Klarg Kleyers,
treasurer, Rlaryvfonrad, secretary, ,lo Lusson, car-
responding secretary, Betty Rauch, social chairman:
and ,lean Fogarty, historian.
Pledges of Theta Gamma Nu are given +he "critical
eye" by 'their ac'l'ives.
HAVE A PARTY-A-MONTH
In accordance with their party-a-month plan, the
THETA Gxxixifx NL' social calendar was highlighted
with five-pound parties, after-game spreads, secret sis-
ter week, over-nights, "coke" dates with other sororities
and fraternities, parties honoring the sponsors, and the
traditional Homecoming dessert honoring returning
alnmnae. Outstanding events of the year for the Theta
Ganrs were the Christmas dinner, the annnal spring
dinner-dance, and the Klotheris Day hrnnch. The
Theta Ganrs sponsors were Dr. and Klrs. Leonard
Yvinier and Dr. and llrs. Oscar Reece. Othcers for
the year were llary Lehrer, president: Klartha illarsh,
vice-president: Klildred Hartbeck, treasurer: and Don-
ette Lentz, secretary.
THETA GAMMA NU-ROW I: Sarah O'Connor, Marlys McGarvey, Marynelle Ericson, Geraldyne Brennan, Mary Cowan.
ROW 2: Caihrine Flood, Norma Walter, Martha Marsh, Mary Lehrer, Mildred Hartbeclr, Done-He Leniz, Donna Thayer. ROW 3:
Marilyn Gibson, Colleen Jackson, Elizabeth BiHle, Paffy Hake, Donna Bailey, Shirley Dunn, Carol Lapel, Avis Evely, Shirley
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Bowers, William L.
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Brown, Donald E.
Brown, Palricla A.
Bruner, James L.
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Burriclmrer, Lavon A.
Bufler, James D.
Cameron, Roberf W.
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Carney, Joseph L.
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Cooper, Bef+y T.
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Gardner, William E.
Garver, George G.
Gerlcen, Wayne G.
Gibbs. G. Rulh
Gibson, Marilyn L.
Gorham, Gary A.
Grabinski, Dale L.
Granau, Pafricia C.
Griwcfifh, Dale E.
Griflilh, Daryl D,
Gross, Lavonne M.
Guldaqer, Joyce R.
Harlsl, Richard F.
Harwood, Jorma C.
Harris, Edwin H.
Hausernan, Roberl W.
Henderson, Donald H.
Henning, Alberl E.
Herring, Donna J.
Herron, Maureen L.
Hessenius, Roger W,
Hiclcs, Esfher E.
Higdon, Dale A.
Higdon, Suzanne F.
Hinqsf, Geneive E.
Hiskey, Verda M.
Hoffman, Joann K.
Honohan, Kay C.
Horn, Laroy C.
Horfon, Loren N.
Hunfinqfon, Roberf W.
Hurlbur, Mary E.
Hull, Pafricia A
ldso, Virginia L.
Janssen, Lewis E.
Jerabek, Jo Anne J.
Jones, Ella V.
Kahlsforf, Donna M.
Klassen, Joan S.
Klalf, Hugo M.
Klisarf, Luke H.
Komisarcilc, Mary J.
Kreqel, Grace L.
Laclcore, Gene A.
Lange, Don H.
Larson, Corrine O.
Laurilzen, Jerald C.
Lawrence, Marvin E.
Lennier, F. Louise
Lewis, Marilyn M.
Linsley, Jane A.
Lockwood, James R.
Lolzfredo, Fred L.
Long, Ralph E.
Loven, Vivian D.
Lundbeclc, Anna M.
Lunde, Hugh H.
Lusson, Jo Ann
Lynch, Delores E.
Lynch, Richard W.
Madsen, Rulh J.
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Skyles, Janel L.
Smalley, Lawrence l-l.
Smirh, Barbara J.
Smifh, Slanley E.
Sornmerdorl, Dolores U,
Sommerdorl, Evelyn C.
Sfeege, Dorofhy A.
Slephensonl Howard W.
Slerner, Wesley S.
Slrub, Donald W.
Sfurqes. Ralph L.
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Sullon, Lynne E.
Tabarella, Charles D.
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Telford, Carol J,
Thielen, Bernard J.
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Tvedf, Douglas A.
Veslal, Belly A.
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Wenger, Lavonne C.
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Wielenqa, Jack L.
Wiley, Roland L.
Wilschufz, Donald L.
Womboll, Duane G.
Workman, J. Brooke
Wymore, Pamela A.
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STUDENT TEACHING AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE
Student teaching is probably one experience that will
long be remembered by graduates and two year stu-
dents. Supplying actual teaching experiences with both
students and instructional materials, practice teaching
is taken by every T.C.'er during his junior and senior
year. YVith the completion of the million dollar ele-
mentary wing, student teachers found more normal
conditions because of increased space and the out-of-
the-way location of the school. The secondary wing is
presently under construction and when completed will
remove all the laboratory school students to the north-
ern part of the campus. An important part of the pro-
gram is the many conferences with the critic-supervi-
sors. Through these discussions student teachers are
able to develop better teaching habits.
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bachelor of arts index
ABBAS, NORMA L. Geneva, Home Economics. OLD
GOLD 23 Ellen Richards Club 2,3,43 Campbell Hall
House Council 3,4. Q
ANDERSEN, JOHN A, Cedar Falls, Music. A Cap-
pella Choir 2,3,43 Film Club 3,43 Kappa Delta Pi
3,4: Cedar Falls Men's Housing Unit 33 MENC 3,43
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 2,3,'t: Hall ot Recognition 2,
33 Hall ot Scholarship 2.
ANDERSON, DONALD W. Burlington, Industrial
Arts, Sigma Tau Gamma 3,43 Industrial Arts Club
43 Seerley Hall House Council 43 Student Counselor
43 Burlington Junior College A.A.
ANDERSON, LeROY H. Waterloo, Science.
ARNOLD, MARY J. Ames, Music, A Cappella Choir
23 AWS Board 2,33 Concert Band 43 Chimes 33
College Chorus I3 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Lawther Hall
House Council 2 IPVeS,21Q MENC 3,43 Phi Chi Delta
I,2,3,43 Presbyterian Fellowship I,2,3,43 Sigma Al-
pha Iota 2,3,4 IV. Pres. 313 SCRA 33 Purple Arrow
23 Senior Counselor 3,4 IV. Pres. 313 Symphony Or-
chestra 33 Student League Board 23 Torch and Tas-
sel 4 IPres. 413 Purple Key 4.
AULD, LAWRENCE W. Cedar Falls, English. Col-
lege Eye 43 Film Club 2,3,43 Hall of Scholarship 33
AVERY, MARY L. Cedar Falls, Music. A Cappella
Choir 3,43 College Chorus 23 Foreign Language
Club 2,43 MENC 3,4 IV. Pres. 41.
BACHER, SALLY K. Burlington, Kindergarten-Pri-
mary. Delta Delta Phi 3,43 KPBA 3,43 Burlington
BAILEY, DONNA J. Adel, Kindergarten-Primary.
Theta Gamma Nu l,2,3,4 IPres. 313 IFTA 2,42 Kappa
Phi I,2,3,43 Intersorority Council 33 Campbell Hall
House Council 33 Lawther Hall House Council 23
K-P Club l,23 KPBA 4 IV. Pres. 41.
BAKER, ARMAND F. Sugarland, Texas, English.
Board of Control of Student Publications 3,4 IPres.
3,413 Baker Hall House Council 33 A Cappella
Choir I,2,3,43 Alpha Chi Epsilon 2,3,43 College
Chorus l,2,3,4: lntertraternity Council 4.
BELSON, BEVERLY A. Clinton, Kindergarten-Prh
mary. IFTA 4 IPres. 413 Tau Chi Eta 23 Kappa Phi
I,2,3,43 KPBA 43 K-P Club l,23 Library Students As-
sociation 3,43 Senior Counselor 2,42 Campbell Hall
House Council 43 Film Club 3.
BENNINK, DONALD L. New Sharon, Social Science.
BITCON, LYLE D. Greenfield, Physical Education.
Phi Sigma Epsilon 3,43 Football Team 3,43 Simpson.
BLACK, LLOYD D. Farnhamville, Business Education.
I Club 43 Lambda Gamma Nu 43 IFTA 43 Fort
Dodge Junior College.
BLANKERS, LAURENS A. Archer, Music. Concert
Band I,2,3,43 Symphony Orchestra I,2,3,43 Plymouth
Club I,2,3,43 Presbyterian Fellowship 43 Film Club
I,2,3,43 lntervarsity Fellowship I,2,33 MENC 3,43
College Eye 43 College Chorus I3 Chapel Choir 2,
3,43 Hall ot Recognition l,2,33 IFTA 3,43 Marching
BOEYINK, WANDA L. Ollie, Upper Elementary.
Beta Alpha Epsilon 23 Mixed Chorus 3,43 IFTA 43
Iowa State College.
BOWERS, WILLIAM L. Cedar Falls, Social Science.
Mason City Junior College.
BRO, RONALD D, Exira, Industrial Arts, A Cap-
pella Choir l,23 Lambda Gamma Nu I,2,3,43 Inter-
traternity Council 3,
BROWER, KENNETH J. Cedar Falls, Industrial Arts.
Industrial Arts Club 3.
BROWN, DONALD E. Waterloo, Science. Newman
BROWN, PATRICIA A, Waterloo, Music. Sigma Al-
pha Iota 2,3,4.
BRUNER, JAMES L. Cedar Rapids, Social Science.
Alpha Chi Epsilon 3,4.
BUNTING, HAROLD E. Jesup, Business Education.
College Eye I,2,33 OLD GOLD 2,3,43 FBLA 4.
BURRICHTER, LAVON A, New Albin, Speech and
Social Science, AWS Board 43 Purple Arrow l,23
Chimes 33 Torch and Tassel 43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43
Delta Sigma Rho 2,3,4 IV. Pres. 3, Pres. 413 Speech
Activities Club l,2,3,4 IPres. 213 College Eye 33
College Players 3,43 Lawther Hall House Council 23
League ot Women Voters l,2,3 IV, Pres. 313 Math
Club l,23 Plymouth Club l,2,3,4 IPres. 213 Sigma
Eta Chi 3,43 SCRA 23 Tau Chi Eta 3,4 IPres. 413
Campbell Hall I-louse Council 3.
BUTLER, JAMES D. Charles City, Physical Education.
I Club I,2,3,43 Sigma Tau Gamma 3,4: Track Team
23 Football Team l,2,3,4.
CAMERON, ROBERT W. Bloomfield, Junior High.
Wesley Foundation I,2,3,43 Sigma 'lheta Epsilon 2,
3,4 IPres. 413 Beta Alpha Epsilon 2.
CARBAUGH, SARAH J. Charles City, Kindergarten-
Primary. Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 IFTA 43 Pi Theta Pi
3, 43 KPBA 3,43 State University ot Iowa.
CARNEY, JOSEPH L. Emmetsburg, Science. A Cap-
pella Choir 33 Math Club 33 Newman Club 3,43
CAROLUS, DORIS A. Buckingham, Junior High.
IFIA 43 Purple Arrow 23 Phi Chi Delta 2,43 Beta
Alpha Epsilon 3,4: Kappa Delta Pi 43 Women's
Chorus lj College Chorus 2,43 Presbyterian Fel-
CARPENTER, BEVERLY S. Knoxville, English. Kappa
Theta Psi 2,3,43 Lawther Hall House Council 23
Purple Arrow l,23 Senior Counselor 4.
CARIHEY, FRANK R. Davenport, Industrial Arts.
Lambda Gamma Nu 2,3,4 IV. PreS. 213 I Club 2,3,
43 Industrial Arts Club 2,3,43 Tennis Team 2,3,4.
CEILLEY, BERNARD M. Cedar Falls, Mathematics.
Sigma Tau Gamma I,2,3,43 I Club 43 Wrestling
Team 33 Cedar Falls Men's Housing Unit 33 Inter-
traternity Council 3.
CHASE, MARYBELLE. Fenton, Elementary. March-
ing Band l,2,33 Concert Band I,2,3,43 Symphony
Orchestra 2,3,43 College Chorus 2,3,43 SCRA 2,43
Christian Student Center l,2,3,4 IPres. 3, V. Pres.
213 Elementa-Ki 23 Beta Alpha Epsilon 3,43 Purple
Arrow l,23 Chimes 33 Torch and Tassel 43 Purple
Key 33 Senior Counselor 3,43 AWS Board 2,42 IFTA
3,43 MENC 4.
CHURCH, DAVE. Berkley, Calitornia, Physical Edu-
cation. I Club 33 San Mateo Junior College.
CLARK, JANE. Cedar Falls, English. AWS Board 23
Board of Control ot Student Publications 3,43 Delta
Delta Phi l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. 313 Intersorority Council
4 IPres. 413 IFTA 43 Purple Arrow 23 College Players
CLAWSON, CHARLES F. Cedar Falls, Physical Edu-
CLINE, PATRICIA L. Centerville, Business Education.
FBLA 3,43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Kappa Phi 3,43 Pi
Omega Pi 3,43 Centerville Junior College.
COBURN, AUDREY J. Boone Grove, Indiana, Music.
MENC 3,43 Christian Student Center I,2,3,43 Col-
lege Chorus l,23 A Cappella Choir 3,43 Film Club
COLE, PHYLLIS J. Greenfield, Kindergarten-Pri-
mary. Senior Counselor 23 K-P Club l,23 Univer-
sity of New Mexico.
COLLINS, DELLA L. Albion, Home Economics.
IFTA 3,43 Ellen Richards Club l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. 313
Theta Theta Epsilon 3,43 Kappa Phi 3,4.
CONRAD, MARGARET E. Lucas, Elementary. IFTA
3,43 Beta Alpha Epsilon 3,43 Lindenwood.
COOK, DALE L. Council Blutts, Mathematics. Sig-
ma Tau Gamma l,2,3,43 I Club I,2,3,43 Wrestling
COOPER, BETTY T. Cedar Falls, Music. Band l,2,3
IV, Pres. 313 Symphony Orchestra I,2,3,43 Purple
COOPER, MARY F. Fort Dodge, English. College
Choir 33 Film Club 3,43 IFTA 3,43 Fort Dodge Junior
CORRICK, RICHARD L. Keswick, Physical Educa-
tion, Basketball Team 33 I Club 3,4.
CRESS, HAL J. Riverside, Industrial Arts. Iowa
DARLAND, WILLIAM F. Waterloo, Business Educa-
tion. I Club I,2,3,43 Lambda Gamma Nu 3,43 Stu-
dent Counselor 33 Golf Team l,2,3,4 Mississippi
DeBOOM, DARRELL G. Cedar Falls, Junior High.
Westmar College 2 year elementary.
DILLARD, COLLEEN M. Dickens, Kindergarten-Pri-
mary. K-P Club 23 KPBA 3,43 College Chorus 23
Women's Chorus 3,43 Wayne State Teachers Col-
DILLEY, LaVONNE E. Cedar Falls, Social Science.
Pi Phi Omega 3,4.
DOBBINS, MARY L. Cedar Falls, Music. Inter-Var-
sity Christian Fellowship l,2,43 A Cappella Choir
I,2,3,43 IFTA 3,43 Senior Counselor 43 MENC 3,4.
DOERRING, JACQUELYN J. Luana, Physical Educa-
tion. LSA 2,3,43 PE Club 2,3,4 IV. Pres. 313 WRA
Board 3,43 Marlins 43 Wartburg College.
DONALDSON, PHYLLIS J. Bolleville, Kindergarten-
Primary. Kappa Delta Pi 43 Kansas State Teachers
DUGSTAD, RICHARD A. Spring Valley, Minnesota,
Social Science. Foreign Language Club 33 Sunset
Village House Council 33 Rochester Junior College.
DUTTON, SHIRLEY A. Knoxville, Physical Educa-
tion. AWS Board 2,3 IV. Pres. 313 IFTA 43 Lawther
Hall House Council 2 IV. Pres. 213 Marlins I,2,3,43
PE Club 2,3,43 Senior Counselor 33 Student League
Board 33 Theta Gamma Nu I,2,3,43 WRA Board 2,3:
Kappa Phi l,2 IV. Pres. 21.
FAGLE, DAVID L. Cedar Falls, Science. Sunset Vil-
Iage House Council 2,3,4 IV, Pres. 3,413 Alpha Phi
Omega I3 Stadium Hall House Council I3 Men's
FALCK, NORMA A. Belle Plaine, Upper Elementary.
Concert Band 2,3,43 Beta Alpha Epsilon 2,3,43
Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 IFTA 43 Purple Arrow 23 Uni-
versity ot Colorado.
FARMER, MARVIN W. Nashua, Business Education.
FETT, DONALD L. Atkins, Social Science. Pi Gam-
ma Mu 3,43 Social Science Honors 3,43 Sunset Vil-
lage House Council 3.
FIELD, P. BERTEL. Decorah, Physical Education.
Football Team 2,3,4.
FISHER, LYLE E. Elmwood Park, Illinois, Speech.
College Players 2,3,4 IPres. 313 Theta Alpha Phi 4.
FISHER, RAMON N. Thompson, Junior High.
FLANDERS, M. DEAN. Cedar Falls, Elementary.
Phi Mu Alpha Sintonia 2,3,43 Orchesis 2,3,43 Uni-
versity ot Colorado.
FLOOD, CATHERINE E. Garner, Home Economics.
Newman Club I,2,3,43 Ellen Richards Club 3,4
IPres. 413 Theta Gamma Nu 3,43 Iowa State Col-
FORD, DOROTHY L, Davenport, Home Economics.
Ellen Richards Club I,2,3,43 Gamma Delta 33 Sym-
phony Orchestra I,2,3,43 Cornell.
FOSS, DONNA L. Adair, English. Pi Tau Phi 2,3,4
IV. Pres. 413 Speech Activities Club 2.
FRY, VIRGIL E. West Bend, Industrial Arts. Sunset
Village House Council 4. U U l
FUHRMAN, DUANE D, Arlington, Junior High.
Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Beta Alpha Epsilon 33 IFTA 43
Jetfersonian Club 4 IPres. 413 Sigma Theta Epsilon
3,43 Upper Iowa University.
FULLER, MARILYN D. Brooks, Physical Education.
Nu Sigma Phi 3,4 IV. Pres, 3, Pres. 41: PE Club
2,3,43 Marlins 3,4.
FURST, RICHARD J. Alqona, Business Education.
GARDNER, WILLIAM E. Greenfield, Business Edu-
GARVER, GEORGE G. Alton, Illinois, Social Sci-
ence. North Park Junior College A.A.
GERBERICH, SUE. Cedar Falls, Art, Art Club 3,43
Kappa Phi 3,43 William Woods College A.A:
GERKEN, WAYNE G. Oskaloosa, Social Science.
Phi Sigma Epsilon l,2,3,4 IPres. 413 I Club 2,3,43
Track Team l,2,3,4.
GIBBS, G. RUTH. Strawberry Point, Junior High.
IFTA 3,43 Beta Alpha Epsilon 3,4 IV. Pres. 413
Marching Band 3,43 Concert Band 3,43 Campbell
Hall House Council 43 Cottey College A.A.
GIBSON, MARILYN L. Newton, Kindergarten-Pri-
mary. Kappa Phi I,2,3,43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Band
I3 Women's Chorus l,2,33 Purple Arrow l,23 KPBA
3,43 Wesley Foundation l,2,3,4.
GORHAM, GARY A, Washington, Physical Educa-
tion. Baker Hall House Council 43 Basketball Team
l,2,33 Football Team l,3,43 I Club I,2,3,43 Phi Sigma
Epsilon 2,3,43 Student Counselor 2,3,43 Student
League Board 43 Track Team I,2,3,43 FBLA 4.
GRABINSKI, DALE L. Waterloo, Business Education.
Pi Omega Pi 3,4 IV. Pres. 413 Waterloo Men's Hous-
ing Unit 43 University ot Iowa. A
GRANAU, PATRICIA C. Hampton, Physical Educa-
tion. Board of Control ot Student Publications 23
AWS Board 3,43 Chapel Choir 33 Chimes 33 Inter-
sorority Council 33 IFTA 43 Lawther Hall House
Council 23 Marlins I,2,3,43 Orchesis 3,4 IV. Pres. 313
Phi Chi Delta l,23 PE Club 2,3,43 Pi Tau Phi l,2,3,4
IPres. 313 Presbyterian Fellowship l,23 Purple Ar-
row I,23 Senior Counselor 33 Torch and Tassel 43
WRA Board 2,3,4 IPres. 41. I
GRIFFITH, DALE E. Coon Rapids, Physical Educa-
tion, LSA 43 Baseball Team 43 CEHFT5l'COIlEQ8.
GRIFFITH, DARYL D. Coon Rapids, Physical Educa-
tion. LSA 43 Baseball eTam 43 Central College.
GROSS, LaVONNE M. Cedar Falls, Speech. Col-
lege Players l,2,3,4 IPres. 4l1 Della Della Phi 213,41
Thela Alpha Phi 314.
GULDAGER, JOYCE R. Cedar Falls, Arl and Ele-
menlary. Arl Club 2,3141 SCRA 41 College Eye 41
LSA 213,41 Ellen Richards Club 21 Grandview Junior
HARFST, RICHARD F. Reinbeck, Junior High. Iowa
HARRIS, EDWIN H. Walerloo, Arl.
HARWOOD, JOHNA C. Delroil, Michigan, Library
Science. Della Della Phi 3141 Library Sludenls As-
socialion 3,41 IFTA 41 Wayne Universily.
HAUSEMAN, ROBERT W. Cedar Rapids, Speech.
College Players l,213,41 Speech Aclivilies Club 314.
HELKENN, DAWN B. Davenporl, Music. MENC
3,41 Concerl' Band 31 Ellen Richards Club 3,41
Marching Band 3,41 Phi Chi Della 3141 Presbylerian
Fellowship 3141 Symphony Orcheslra 31 Auguslana
HENDERSON, DONALD H. Cedar Falls, lnduslrial
Arls. Epsilon Pi Tau 41 lnduslrial Arls Club 41
HENNING, ALBERT F. Walerloo, Business Educa-
lion. FBLA l,2,3,41 Gamma Della l12,3,41Walerloo
Men's Housing Unil l,2,3,4.
HERRING, DONNA J. Cedar Rapids, Kindergarlen-
Primary. Kappa Thela Psi l,2,3,41 OLD GOLD 21
College Eye 21 Tau Chi Ela l,21 Phi Chi Della l,21
HERRON, MAUREEN L. Red Oak, Kindergarlen-Pri-
mary. KPBA 3,41 Newman Club l,213,41K-P Club I,
21 IFTA 314.
HESSENIUS, ROGER W. Cedar Rapids, Induslrial
Arls. Baker Hall House Council 31 Epsilon Pi Tau
3,4 IV. Pres. 4l1 Film Club 31 I Club 2,3141 lnler-
fralernily Council 21 Lambda Gamma Nu 21314
IPres. 3lI Tennis Team l,2,3,4.
HICKS, ESTHER E. Des Moines, Kindergarlen-Pri-
mary. Tau Sigma Della l,2,3,41 Sigma Alpha Ela 2,
3,41 Purple Arrow 21 Chimes 31 AWS Board 21 Bap-
lisl' Sludenl' Cenler l,2,3,4: Barllell Hall House
Council I1 College Players I1 Film Club 31 lnler-
Varsily Chrislian Fellowship I1 IFTA 31 KPBA 31 Se-
nior Counselor 31 SCRA 3.
HIGDON, DALE A. Walerloo, English. College Eye
21314 IEdilor 3l: Sigma Tau Gamma 3141 Alpha Phi
Gamma 3,4 IV. Pres. 4l.
HlGDON1SUZANNE F. Websler Cily, Kindergarlen-
Primary. IFTA 41 KPBA 41 Universily ol Iowa.
HINGST, GENEIVE E. Burlinglon, Physical Educalion.
YNRA Board 41 PE Club 3,41 Burlinglon Junior Col-
HISKEY1 VERDA M. Cedar Falls, English and Sci-
HOFFMAN, JOANN K. Des Moines, Speech. Sigma
Alpha Ela 2,314 IPres. 4l1 Marlins 41 DFBKEI Uni-
versily of Iowa.
HONOHAN,.KAY C. Boone, Speech. Orchesis l,21
Speech Aclivilies Club l,2,31 College Players l,2,3,
41 Thela Alpha Phi 3,41 IFTA 41 Nu Sigma Phi l,2,3,
41 Film Club 2,3,4.
HORN, LAROY C. Dubuque, Physical Educalion and
Social Science. Baskelball Team l,2,3,41 Baseball
Team l,2,3,41 Baker Hall House Council 2,31 I Club
2,314 IPres. 4l1 Men's Union 3 IPres. 3l1 Lambda
Gamma Nu l,2,3,41 Pi Gamma Mu 213,41 Social Sci-
e-nce Honors 213,41 Purple Key 31 Hall of Recogni-
lion l,2,3,41 Sludenl League Board 3.
HORTON, LOREN N. Murray, Social Science. Bap-
lisl Sludenl Cenler l,2,31 College Chorus l,2,31 Col-
lege Eye 31 Film Club l,2,3,41 Foreign Language
Club 3,41 IFTA 41 Kappa Della Pi 3,41 Library Slu-
denls Associalion 3141 Pi Gamma Mu 41 Sludenl
Counselor 41 Social Science Honors 3141 Hall ol
Recognilion 41 Jelfersonian Club 41 A Cappella
HUNTINGTON, ROBERT W. Davenporl, Physical Ed-
ucalion and Malh. Lambda Gamma Nu 213,41 I
Club A213141 Baseball Team l,213,41 Presbylerian Fel-
lowship 3,41 SCRA 41 Hall of Recognilion 3.
HURLBUT, MARY E. Muscaline, Junior High. Bela
Alpha Epsilon 3,41 Kappa Della Pi 3,41 Gamma Del-
la l,2,3,41 IFTA l,2,3,41 Purple Arrow l,21 Senior
Cgunselor 21 Elemenla-Ki l,21 Thela Gamma Nu
HUTT, PATRICIA A. Madrid, Music. College Chorus
I1 Cappella Choir 2,31 Sigma Alpha lola 2,3141
Senior Counselor 31 LSA l,2,3,4.
IDSO, VIRGINIA L. Alden, Physical Educalion. IF-
TA 41 Kappa Phi l,2,3,41 Lawlher Hall House Coun-
cil 21 Barllell Hall House Council I1 Orchesis 3,4
greg PE Club 2,3141 Senior Counselor 31 WRA
oar 1 .
JAIESSEN, LEWIS E. Cedar Falls, Business Educalion.
F LA 2.
JENSEN, PHYLLIS A. Warringlon, Florida, Upper
Elemenlary. Nu Sigma Phi 213,41 Bela Alpha Epsi-
lon 41 Barllell Hall House Council I.
JERABEK1 JOANNE J. Cedar Rapids, Kindergarlen-
Primary. Kappa Thela Psi l,2,3,41 K-P Club l,21 IF-
JOHNSON, PHYLLIS. Oelwein, Home Economics.
Ellen Richards Club 2,314 IPres. 4l1 Della Della Phi
213141lFTA 41 Lawlher Hall House Council Z1 Camp-
bell Hall House Council 4 IV, Pres. 4l.
JONES, ELLA V. Soldier, Music. MENC 3,41 IFTA 31
41 A Cappella Choir l,2,41 College Chorus 31 Chap-
el Choir 41 Campbell Hall House Council 31 Wes-
ley Foundalion 2,3,41 Kappa Phi 41 Film Club 3141
JUNKlN1JANICE E. Earlham, Kindergarlen-Primary.
KPBA 314 IPres. 4l1 Pi Phi Omega I,2 IV. Pres, 2l1
Concerl band l,21 Norlhweslern Universily.
KAHLSTORF1 DONNA M. Brill, Elemenlary. lnler-
Varsily Chrislian Fellowship l,2,3,4 IPres. 4l1 Bap-
lisl Sludenl Cenler 3,41 Thela Epsilon 3,4: Bela Al-
pha Epsilon 3.
KJAER, TED. Cedar Falls, Physical Educalion. Sl.
Mary's College1 Salinas Junior College..
KLASSEN, JOAN S. Mclnlire, Kindergarlen-Primary.
Newman Club I1 College al Sl. Teresag Creighlon
KLATT, HUGO M. Tacoma, Washinglon, Arl. Phi
Sigma Epsilon l,2,3,4: College Players I,2131 Arl
Club 213,41 Kappa Pi 3,41 Hall of Scholarship I1
Hall of Recognilion 2.
KLISART, LUKE H. Ossian1 Business Educalion. New-
man Club 213141 Alpha Chi Epsilon 314.
KOMISARCIK, MARY J. Gary, Indiana, Physical Edu-
calion. PE Club 213,41 IFIA 41 WRA Board 3141
Newman Club 2,41 Indiana Universily Exlension.
KREGEL, GRACE L. Garnavillo1 Kindergarlen-Pri-
mary. Senior Counselor 2.
LACKORE, GENE A. Cedar Falls, Social Science. A
Cappella Choir 2,31 Sigma Thela Epsilon 3141 Kap-
pa Della Pi 3141 Hall of Recognilion 2,31 Plymoulh
Club 21314IPres.3l1SCRA3,41Iowa Slale College.
LANGE, DON H. Davenporl, Physical Educalion.
Alpha Chi Epsilon 21314 IPres. 2l1 Baker Hall House
Council 31 I Club l,2,3,41 Track Team l,2,3,41 Slu-
denl Counselor 4.
LARSON1CORRINE O. Aurelia, Physical Educalion.
Plymoulh Club l,21 AWS Board 41 Chimes 31 Film
Club 3141 lnlersororily Council 41 Lawlher Hall
House Council 21 Marlins 2,314 IV. Pres. 4l1 PE Club
2,3141 Pi Tau Phi 21314 IPres. 4l1 Senior Counselor 41
Torch and Tassel 41 WRA Board 31 Campbell Hall
House Council 3.
LAURITZEN, JERALD C. Beaver Dam, Wisconsin,
Junior High. I Club 2,3141 Lambda Gamma Nu 21
3,41 Bela Alpha Epsilon 213,41 IFTA 2,314 IPres. 3l1
Foolball Team 21 Baskelball Team 2,31 OLD GOLD
LAWRENCE, MARVIN E. Corning, Junior High.
Kappa Della Pi 3,4.
LENNIER, F. LOUISE. Hubbard, Elemenlary. IFTA
l,213,41 Phi Chi Della 213,41 College Players 2,3141
College Chorus 2,41 Bela Alpha Epsilon 41 Univers-
ily of Colorado.
LEWIS, MARILYN M. Walerloo, Elemenlary. Bela
Alpha Epsilon 3,4 IPres. 4l1 Barllell Hall House
Council I1 Chimes 31 College Chorus l,21 Film Club
I1213141 lnlersororily Council 31 Kappa Phi 213,41
Kappa Thela Psi l,213,41 Lawlher Hall House Coun-
cil 21 Marlins 21 Purple Arrow l,21 Senior Counselor
31 Torch and Tassel 41 Wesley Foundalion l,2,3,4.
LINSLEY, JANE A. Adel, English. Women's Chorus
I1 Mixed Chorus 21 College Players 3,41 Film Club
3,41 IFTA 41 Speech Aclivilies Club 2.
LOCKWOOD, JAMES R. Pomeroy, Malhemalics.
Alpha Phi Gamma 2,314 IPres. 4l1 College Eye 21
IFTA 3,41 Kappa Mu Epsilon 3,41 Malh Club 3,41
OLD GOLD l,2,3,4 IEdilor 4l1 Sigma Thela Epsilon
l,2,3,41 College Chorus I1 Hall of Recognilion 3,4.
LOFFREDO, FRED L. Chicago, Illinois, lnduslrial
Arls. Newman Club l,213,4IPres. 4l1SIadium Hall
House Council I IV. Pres. I 1 Induslrial Arls Club
2,3141 Phi Sigma Epsilon 3,41 Wreslling Team l,2,3,
41 Foofball Team I131 Track Team 21 Baker Hall
House Council 41 I Club 21314.
LONG, RALPH E. Cedar Falls, Induslrial Arls. Ep-
silon Pl Tau 3141 Alpha Phi Omega I,2 IV. Pres. 2l1
Sunsel' Village House Council 31 IFTA 41 Induslrial
Arls Club 41 Sigma Gamma Kappa 4.
LOVEN, VIVIAN D. Waukon, Kindergarlen-Primary.
KPBA 41 LSA 41 Lulher College.
LUNDBECK, ANNA M. Royal, English, Concerl
Band l,21 Foreign Language Club I1 Library Slu-
denls Associalion 3,4 IV. Pres. 4l1 LSA l,2,3,41
Marching Band I,2.
LUNDE, HUGH H. Osage, Speech. College Play-
ers l,213,41 Speech Aclivilies Club l,2,3,41 IFTA 41
Alpha Phi Omega 2,3141 Film Club 2,3141 LSA I,2,
3141 Hall of Recognilion 213.
LUSSON, JO ANN. Iowa Falls, Speech. Tau Sigma
Della 213141 Cheerleader 21 College Players 213141
Foreign Language Club 21 IFTA 41 Newman Club
2,41 Orchesis 3,41 Purple Arrow 21 Tau Chi Ela 2.
LYNCH, DELORES E. Cedar Falls, Kindergarlen-
Primary. Presbylerian Fellowship l,213,41 Phi Chi
Della 213,41 MENC 3141 Senior Counselor 31 KPBA
3,41 Kappa Della Pi 3,4.
LYNCH, RICHARD W. Cedar Falls, Music. Purple
Key 31 Hall of Recognilion l,2131 Sunsel Village
House Council 41 Cedar Falls Men's Housing Unil
3 IPres. 3l1 Concerl Band l,2,3,4 IPres. 3l1 Golf
Team 3,41 Kappa Della Pi 41 Marching Band l,2,3,4
IV. Pres. 3, Pres. 4l.
MADSEN, RUTH J. Laurens, Junior High. Kappa
Thela Psi l,2,3,4 IPres. 4l1 lnlersororily Council 41
Film Club 3,41 LSA l,2,3,41 Barllell Hall House
Council I1 Senior Counselor 4.
MAHANNAH, SHIRLEY J. Keokuk, English. Purple
Arrow I,2 IV. Pres. 2l1 Chimes 3 IPres. 3l1 Torch
and Tassel 41 Barllell Hall House Council l,4 IPres.
4l1 Lawlher Hall House Council 21 AWS Board
3,41 Sludenl League Board 41 College Players 213,
41 College Eye 31 Film Club 3141 Pi Thela Pi 3,41
MARDORF, JANE A. Monlicello1 Home Economics.
LSA l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. 2, Pres. 311 Kappa Mu Epsilon
213141 Malh Club l,2,3,41 Ellen Richards Club 2,3141
Purple Arrow l,21 Universily of Colorado.
MASKE1 SALLY J. Oxford, Kindergarlen-Primary.
Kappa Phi l,2,3,41 IFTA 41 Campbell Hall House
Council 41 KPBA 3,4 IPres. 4l1K-P Club I,2.
McGARVEY, MARLYS S. Hudson, Business Educa-
lion. FBLA l,2,3,41 IFTA 41 Newman Club l,2,3,41
OLD GOLD 314 IBus. Mgr. 4l1 Pi Omega Pi 3,41
Purple Arrow l,21 Senior Counselor 31 Kappa Della
Pi 3141Thela Gamma Nu 314.
MCGIVERN, EUGENE F. Marengo1 Social Science.
Universily of Nebraska1 Sl. Ambrose College1
MCGREW, JEAN B. Cedar Falls, Social Science.
Baskelball Team l,21 Cedar Falls Men's Housing
Unil 2131 Foolball Team I1 Men's Union 4 IPres. 4l1
Pi Gamma Mu l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. 4l1 Sigma Tau
Gamma 2,314 IPres. 3l1 Social Science Honors 31
Sludenl League Board 41 Wesley Foundalion 4
IPres. 4l1 Hall ol Recognilion 213.
McKEE, ROBERTA J. Cedar Falls, Kindergarlen-Pri-
mary. Phi Chi Della l,2,3,41 KPBA 3141 Kappa Della
Pi 3,4 IPres. 4l1 Presbylerian Sludenl Cenler l,2,3,41
Senior Counselor 31 Purple Arrow I,2.
McKEE, ROGER C. Cedar Falls, Social Science. Pi
Gamma Mu 3141 Walerloo Men's Housing Unil' 41
MILES, RICHARD I.. Colfax, Physical Educalion.
Lambda Gamma Nu 3,41 Baskelball Team 21314.
MILLER, ARMOND N. Hamplon, Upper Elemenlary.
Bela Alpha Epsilon 41 IFTA 41 Grand View College.
MITSUDA, HELEN H. Hilo, Hawaii, Kinclergarlen-
Primary. Nu Sigma Phi 3,41 KPBA 3141 Graceland
MOHR, LaVONNE A. Charlolle, Business Educalion.
Purple Arrow 21 FBLA 213,41 Pi Omega Pi 3,4 IPres.
4l: Gamma Della l,2,3,41 IFTA 4.
MONTGOMERY, MARY H. Des Moines, Physical
Educalion. WRA Board 2,314 IV. Pres. 3l1 PE Club
2,3141 IFTA 4.
MONTGOMERY, PATRICIA A. Charilon1 Business
Educalion. Film Club I13141 FBLA l,213141lFTA3,41
Phi Chi Della l,213,41 Pi Omega Pi 3141 Presby-
lerian Fellowship l,213,41 Purple Arrow I,2.
MONTROSS, DORLA D. Williamsburg, Malhema-
lics. Malh Club 21 Kappa Phi I.
MORELAND, KEITH D. Forl Dodge, Music. Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia 3141 A Cappella Choir 3,41 March-
ing Band 31 MENC 41 Symphony Orcheslra 3141
Forl Dodge Junior College,
MUSSETT, LOIS J. Walerloo, Physical Educalion.
I3ETpClub 2,314 IPres. 4l1 Marlins 3,41 WRA Board 41
NAGEL, LARRY D. Manchesler, Social Science.
NELSON, DONALD A. Rockwell, Business Educa-
lion. Film Club 3,41 FBLA 2,314IPres.4l1lFTA3,41
Seerley Hall House Council 31 Sladium Hall House
Council I1 Sigma Thela Epsilon l,213,41 Wesley
Foundalion l12,31 Pi Omega Pi 4.
NELSON, NORMA E. Manchester, Music, College
Chorus 3,43 MENC 43 LSA l,2,3,4.
NJUS, JEAN L. Clinton, Kindergarten-Primary. K-P
Club Z3 KPBA 3,4: Marshalltown Junior CoIlege3
Mount St. Clare.
NORD, JUANITA C. Clinton, Kindergarten-Primary.
College Eye I3 Kappa Delta Pi 23 KPBA 43 Newman
NORMAN, THOMAS L. Thompson, Industrial Arts.
Alpha Chi Epsilon 2,3,43 Student Counselor 3.
O'CONNOR, SARA F. Missouri Valley, Art. Theta
Gamma Nu l,2,3,43 Art Club 4.
OLSON, CAROL N, East Moline, Illinois, Elemen-
tary, College Eye 43 Graceland,
OLSON, WILLIAM F. Cedar Falls, Business Educa-
tion. Cedar Falls Men's Housing Unit 3,4 IPres. 413
College Chorus I3 Newman Club l,2,3,43 Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia 2,3,4 IPres. 413 Student League
OSHIBUCHI, TAKAKO, Kyoto, Japan, Music. Sym-
phony Orchestra 3,43 Phi Chi Delta 3,4.
OSTROM, MARLENE R. Brooklyn, Kindergarten-
Primary, K-P Club l,23 KPBA 43 Presbyterian Fel-
lowship l,2,3,43 Phi Sigma Phi 2,3,4 IPres. 413 lnter-
sorority Council 43 IFTA l,2,3,4.
OTTO, LuANNE L. Hudson, Kindergarten-Primary.
KPBA 3,4. ,
OWENS, DAVID K. Colfax, Physical Education.
Lambda Gamma Nu 2,3,4.
PANAGOS, MARY. Cedar Rapids, Upper Elemen-
tary. Kappa Theta Psi 2,3,43 lFTA,4.
PAPOUSEK, MARY A. Garner, Physical Education.
Marching Band I3 Concert Band I3 IFTA 43 Marlins
3,43 PE Club 2,3,43 Newman Club l,Z,3,43 Senior
Counselor 43 WRA Board 4.
PARLAND, PATRICIA A. Iowa Falls, Kindergarten-
Primary, KPBA 3,43 Ellsworth.
PARRY, RALPH A, Cedar Falls, Business Education.
Alpha Chi Epsilon l,2,3,4 IPres. 413 Plymouth Club
I,2,3,43 Cedar Falls Men's Housing Unit 33 College
Chorus l,23 lntertraternity Council 33 OLD GOLD
PAULSEN, NONA C. Ida Grove, Physical Educa-
tion, IFTA 3,43 Marlins 2,3,43 Orchesis Z,3,4 IPres.
413 PE Club 2,3,4.
PECINOVSKY, CHARLES R. Des Moines, Business
Education. Foreign Language Club 33 IFTA 3,43
Lambda Gamma Nu l,2,3,4 IPres. 21: Student
Counselor 33 Stadium Hall House Council I3
Track Team l,2,3,4.
PEDEN, RUTH A. Gary, South Dakota, Physical Edu-
cation. WRA Board 33 PE Club Z,3,4.
PETTERSEN, C. HUGH. Webster City, Music. Tau
Chi Eta 3,43 Sigma Theta Epsilon l,23 OLD GOLD
2,3,43 A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 Alpha Phi Omega
23 College Chorus I3 Foreign Language Club I3
Lambda Gamma Nu 2,3,43 Men's Union 43 Student
PIGG, HOWARD D. Colfax, Physical Education.
Baseball Team 2,3,43 Basketball Team 2,3,43 I Club
3,43 Lambda Gamma Nu 2,3,4.
PIPHO, JULIE H. Cedar Falls, Business Education,
Purple Arrow Z: LSA l,2,3,43 Pi Omega Pi 3,4.
PITZ, JOHN H. Lamotte, Physical Education. Loras
POTTS, ELI D. Somers, Social Science. Foreign
Language Club 43 IFTA 43 Kappa Delta Pi 4 IV.
Pres. 413 Pi Gamma Mu 43 Social Science Honors
43 Fort Dodge Junior College.
POTTS, RICHARD C. Moravia, English. Seerley
Hall House Council 33 Christian Student Center
Z,3,43 Foreign Language Club 33 Film Club 2,3,43
Jettersonian Club 43 Drake University.
PREHM, BETTY L, Mount Pleasant, Elementary.
Kappa Phi l,2,3,43 Beta Alpha Epsilon 3,43 Campus
4-H I3 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 43 IFTA
l,Z,3,43 Rural Community Leaders Club I3 Wesley
OUIRK, FRANCIS J. Lawler, Mathematics. Jeffer-
:onian Club 43 Matti Club 3,43 Newman Club 2,3,43
Seerley Hall House Council 43 Track Team 3,43
State University ot Iowa.
RABEY, CHARLES M. Larchwood, Physical Educa-
tion, Baseball Team 3,43 I Club 43 University ot
RAINBOW, EDWARD L. Waterloo, Social Science
and Music. Pi Gamma Mu 3,43 Social Science
Honors 3,43 Symphony Orchestra l,2,3,4.
RAINBOW, MARILYN D, Rochester, Minnesota,
Music. Concert Band l,2,3,43 Symphony Orchestra
RAMIG, DONALD E. Cedar Falls, Physical Educa-
tion. I Club 43 Basketball Team 3,43 Clinton Junior
RANSOM, RICHARD L. Waterloo, Physical Educa-
tion, l Club 43 Track Team 2,3,43 Waterloo Men's
Housing Unit l,2,3,43 Sigma Gamma Kappa 33
Presbyterian Fellowship l,2,3,4.
RASMUSSEN, BETTY M. Mason City, Kindergarten-
Primary. LSA I,2,3,43 OLD GOLD l,23 College
Eye 33 Art Club 43 K-P Club l,2.
REED, JACK C. Cedar Falls, Business Education.
FBLA 3,4 IV. Pres. 413 Sunset Village House Coun-
RICE, IRMA J. Pocahontas, Elementary. Sigma Al-
pha Eta 3,43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Creston Junior
RILEY, PATRICIA E. Mason City, Home Economics,
Ellen Richards Club I3 Christian College A.A.
ROORDA, JOHN C. Knoxville, Industrial Arts.
Simpson3 Drake University.
ROWE, KENNETH G. Ames, Public Speaking.
Cheerleader l,2,33 lntertraternity Council 43 Stu-
dent Counselor 33 Sigma Alpha Eta 2,33 Sigma Tau
Gamma l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. 313 Sigma Theta Epsilon
I,2,33 Speech Activities Club I,2,3,43 Stadium Hall
House Council I3 Student League Board 43 Tau
Chi Eta l,2,33 Wesley Foundation l,2,3,4: Hall ot
Recognition 23 Jettersonian Club 43 Iowa State
RUSSELL, MARILYN R. Cedar Falls, Music. Sigma
Alpha Iota Z,3,4 IPres. 413 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43
Delta Delta Phi l,2,3,43 Purple Arrow I3 MENC 43
College Chorus l,Z3 Symphony Orchestra l,2,3,4.
RUSSELL, NORMAN D. Ossian, Music. Concert
Band l,2,3,4' Jettersonian Club 43 Marching Band
l,2,33 MENC 3,43 Symphony Orchestra l,2,3,43 Hall
of Recognition 33 Gamma Delta 2,3,4.
RUSTAD, CURTIS R. Northwood, Industrial Arts. A
Cappella Choir 33 Sigma Gamma Kappa 3,4 IPres.
413 Industrial Arts Club 43 IFTA 33 College Chorus
43 Waldorf College.
SABUS, ROBERT L. Scranton, Art. Art Club l,2,3
IPres. 213 Lambda Gamma Nu l,2,3,4 IPres. 313
Newman Club I,2,3,43 OLD GOLD 2,
SARCHET, DAVID P. Burt, Mathematics. Lambda
Gamma Nu 2,3,4,
SCHARF, PAULINE M. Ft. Dodge, Kindergarten-
Primary. KPBA 3,43 IFTA 43 OLD GOLD 33 Fort
Dodge Junior College,
SCHEER, DONALD E. Cedar Falls, Social Science.
SCHLAMPP, DONNA J. Ackley, Elementary. IFTA
2,43 Newman Club l,2,3,43 Beta Alpha Epsilon 3,43
SCHLAPKOHL, E. KELLY. Davenport, Business Edu-
cation. Alpha Chi Epsilon 2,3,43 Alpha Phi Omega
SCHMIDT, NORMAN V. Dunkerton, Mathematics,
Math Club 3,4 IV. Pres. 41.
SCHNUR, JENISE. Waterloo, English. AWS Board
3,4 IPres. 413 College Eye l,2,33 IFTA I3 Purple
Key 3,43 Presbyterian Fellowship l,2,3,43 Purple Ar-
row l,23 Sigma Alpha Iota 2,3,43 Sigma Alpha Eta
2,3,43 Women's Chorus I3 Student Counselor 33
Student League Board 43 Torch and Tassel 4.
SCHULTZ, ARTHUR R. Estherville, Music. College
Chorus I3 Concert Band l,2,33 Marching Band l,2,33
Men's Union 23 Student League Board 33 Sunset Vil-
lage House Council 2,3 IV. Pres. 2, Pres. 313 Speech
Activities Club l,3,
SCI-IWIETERT, RUTH E. McGregor, Business Educa-
tion. FBLA l,Z,3,43 Pi Omega Pi 3,43 IFTA 3,43
Kappa Delta Pi 4.
SCOTT, MARLENE F. Des Moines, Kindergarten-
Primary. IFTA 23 KPBA 43 League ot Women Voters
2,43 LSA l,2,43 Pi Phi Omega l,2,43 Rural Commu-
nity Leader's Club I3 Women's Chorus 23 Colo-
rado State College of Education.
SHALLA, MARILYN E. Kalona, Kindergarten-Pri-
mary, Newman Club l,2,3,43 IFTA l,2,3,43 KPBA
3,4 IV. Pres. 313 K-P Club l,23 Art Club 3.
SHARP, DONNA M. Clarion, Music. Sigma Alpha
Iota Z,3,43 Band l,2,3,43 Symphony Orchestra l,Z,3,
43 College Chorus I.
SHEA, MARY S. Decorah, Kindergarten-Primary.
Marching Band Z3 Newman Club 2,43 IFTA Z3 K-P
Club 23 KPBA 43 College of St. Teresa.
SHEELEY, MARILYN J. Waterloo, Music. Sigma
Alpha Iota 3.
SHIMEL, LOIS C. Clemons, Music. Women's Chorus
I3 College Chorus 2,3,43 Plymouth Club l,2,3,43
IFTA 3,4: MENC 3,43 Senior Counselor 4.
SIEK, MARCELLA M. Blairstown, Mathematics.
Math Club 3,43 Concert Band l,2,33 Marching Band
l,2,3j Purple Arrow 23 Newman Club 3,4.
SIMONSEN, MARJORIE A. Merrill, Physical Educa-
tion, Chapel Choir l,43 Film Club 43 IFTA 43 LSA
l,23 Marlins Z,3,4 IPres. 413 PE Club 2,3,4.
SKYLES, JANET L. Mason City, Kindergarten-Prb
mary. KPBA 33 Newman Club 3,43 IFTA 4.
SMALLEY, LAWRENCE H. Osage, Industrial Arts.
Alpha Chi Epsilon 2,3,4 IV, Pres. 313 Industrial
Arts Club l,2,3,43 Intertraternity Council 43 Ply-
mouth Club 2,3,43 Wrestling Team 3.
SMITH, BARBARA J. Marshalltown, Home Econom-
ics. Campbell Hall House Council 33 Senior Coun-
selor 43 College Eye 3,43 Pi Theta Pi 3,43 Ellen Rich-
ards Club 43 Alpha Phi Gamma 43 Marshalltown
SMITH, STANLEY E. Charles City, Physical Educa-
SOMMERDORF, DOLORES U. Muscatine, Speech
Correction. Pi Phi Omega l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. 3,413
Senior Counselor 33 Sigma Alpha Eta 2,3,43 For-
eign Language Club I3 Newman Club l,2,3,4.
SOMMERDORF, EVELYN C. Muscatine, Kindergar-
ten-Primary. Newman Club I,2,3,43 K-P Club l,2.
STEEGE, DOROTHY A. Waverly, Business Education.
Art Club l,2,33 AWS Board 33 Chimes 33 Film
Club 3,43 FBLA l,23 lntersorority Council 3,43
IFTA 43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Lawther Hall House
Council 23 Nu Sigma Phi l,2,3,4 IPres. 313 Plymouth
Club I3 Purple Arrow 23 Senior Counselor 33 Torch
and Tassel 43 Campbell Hall House Council 4.
STEPHENSON, HOWARD W. Algona, Physical Edu-
cation. Emmetsburg Junior College.
STERNER, WESLEY S. Waterloo, Physical Education.
Art Club 43 I Club I,2,3,43 Sigma Tau Gamma 23
Wrestling Team l,2,3,4.
STRUB, DONALD W, Merrill, Junior High. Beta
Alpha Epsilon 3,43 Newman Club l,2,3,43 Film Club
STURGES, RALPH L. Rockwell, Junior High, Mason
City Junior College.
SUDA, KENNETH K. Haiku, Maui, T. H., Science.
SUTTON, LYNNE E. Derby, Music. Sigma Alpha
Iota 2,3,43 Kappa Delta Pi 2,3,43 Purple Arrow l,23
College Chorus l,2,33 A Cappella Choir 4.
TABARELLA, CHARLES D. Des Moines, Industrial
Arts. Epsilon Pi Tau I.
TE GROTENHUIS, HENDRENE. Hospers, Home
TELFORD, CAROL J. Decorah, Kindergarten-Pri-
mary. Pi Phi Omega l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. I13 Kappa
Phi l,2,3,43 IFTA 2,3,43 Women's Chorus 33 KPBA
3,43 lntersorority Council 33 K-P Club 23 Purple
THIELEN, BERNARD J. Harlan, Mathematics. Math
Club 3,4 IPres. 413 Kappa Mu Epsilon 3,4 IPres. 411
Newman Club l,2,3,43 Men's Union 43 Film Club
I,2,43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,4,
THOMAS, BYRON H. Cedar Falls, Social Science.
University ot lowa3 Buena Vista College.
TOBIN, MARY J. Ainsworth, Home Economics, Ele-
menta-Ki I3 Ellen Richards Club 2,3,43 IFTA 43 Li-
brary Students Association 23 Newman Club l,2,3,
43 Senior Counselor 33 Theta Epsilon 3,4.
TOOM, LEE R. Central City, Art. Art Club 43 Kap-
pa Pi 4 IPres. 41.
TURNER, DAVE A. Waterloo, Social Science. Film
Club I,2,3,4: Foreign Language Club 3,43 Jetter-
sonian Club 43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Pi Gamma Mu
4 IPres. 411 Social Science Honors 3,43 Student
League Board 3 IV. Pres. 313 Sunset Village House
Council 2,3 IPres. 313 Hall ot Recognition 33 Hall
ot' Scholarship 3.
TVEDT, DOUGLAS A. Montour, Business Education.
Lambda Gamma Nu l,2,3,4 IPres. 31: lntertrater-
nity Council 4 IPres. 41.
VESTAL, BETTY A. Hastings, Business Education.
Women's Chorus I3 College Chorus 2,33 Chapel
Choir 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Campus 4-H l,23
Cheerleader l,2,3,43 Kappa Phi l,2,3,4 IV. Pres. 3,
Pres. 41: Wesley Foundation 43 Tau Chi Eta I,2,3,43
Purple Arrow 23 Torch and Tassel 43 Kappa Delta
Pi 3,43 Senior Counselor 43 AWS Board 43 IFTA 33
VON BERG, LOIS H. Toledo, Physical Education.
PE Club 2,3,4.
WENGER, LAVONNE C. Mount Pleasant, Home
Economics. IFTA 3,43 Ellen Richards Club 3,43
College Chorus 31 Theta Theta Epsilon 41 Christian
Student Center 3,41 Marching Band 31 Goshen Col-
WESTBURY, JOSEPHINE. lowa Falls, Physical Edu-
cation. IFTA I1 Marlins 2,3,41 Orchesis 2,3,41 PE
Club 2,3,41 Plymouth Club 2,3,41 Sigma Eta Chi
2,3,4 lPres. 411 Ellsworth Junior College.
WHITE, JOHN F. Waterloo, English. Student
League Board 31 LSA Z,3,41 Alpha Chi Epsilon 3,41
Foreign Language Club 3,41 Waterloo Men's Hous-
ing Unit 3,4 lPres. 311 Track Team 2,3,41 University
WIELENGA, JACK L. Orange City, Business Educa-
tion. Northwestern Junior College,
WlLEY, ROLAND L. Boone, Physical Education.
Basketball Team 31 Golf Team 41 I Club 4.
WILSCHUTZ, DONALD L. Marshalltown, Junior
High, Seerley Hall House Council 4 lPres. 41:
Student League Board 41 Lambda Gamma Nu 3,41
Newman Club 3,41 Marshalltown Junior College.
WOMBOLT, DUANE G, Red Oak, Science and
Mathematics. Alpha Chi Epsilon 2,3,41 Alpha Phi
Omega 2,3,41 Baker Hall House Council 41 Math
Club I,2,3,4 lPres. 311 Presbyterian Fellowship l,2,
WORKMAN, J. BROOKE. Marshalltown, English
and Social Science. Film Club Z,3,41 Men's Union
3,41 Pi Gamma Mu 3,41 Seerley Hall House Coun-
cil 3,41 Social Science Honors 3,41 Purple Key 41
Track Team l,Z,3,41 Jettersonian Club 41 Hall ot
Recognition l,2,31 Hall ot Scholarship l,2,3,41 Wes-
ley Foundation l,2,3,4 lPres. 311 Sigma Theta Epsi-
lon l,2,3 lPres. I1.
WYMORE, PAMELA A, Cedar Falls, Business Edu-
cation. Phi Chi Delta l,2,3,41 FBLA l,2,3,41 Purple
Arrow I,21 Foreign Language Club 33 Kappa Delta
Pi 3,41 Pi Omega Pi 3,4,
master of arts index
ANDERSEN, KENNETH E. Charles City, Speech.
BEATTIE, CLAUD A. Bismarck, North Dakota, Music.
Bismarck Teachers Collegeg Minot State Teachers.
HAZAMA, SYLVIA Y. Wailuku, Maui, T. H., Ele-
mentary. Nu Sigma Phi 2,3,41 Kappa Delta Pi 2,4,
graduate1 Campbell Hall House Council 41 Inter-
sorority Council 41 Drake University.
HISKEY, EUGENE. Cedar Falls, Secondary Princi-
IKEDA, HITOSHI. Hilo, Hawaii, Elementary. Uni-
versity ot Hawaii, BA.
KAZIM, MAASSOUMA M. Cairo, Egypt, Mathema-
tics, Institute of Education tor Women Teachers,
KIMURA, MORRIS Y. Kona, Hawaii, Elementary.
University of Hawaii, BA.
PETRO, PETER K. Waterloo, Business Education.
YAMASHITA, BETSY M. Kahului, Maui, T. H., Upper
Elementary. Nu Sigma Phi l,2,41 Beta Alpha Epsi-
lon 41 Library Students Association 21 Film Club 35
Sigma Eta Chi I.
YATES, PATRlClA A. Atlantic, Music. A Cappella
Choir 3,41 AWS Board 41 Bartlett Hall House Coun-
cil I1 College Chorus 21 Lawther Hall House Coun-
cil 21 OLD GOLD 2,31 Purple Arrow 21 Sigma Al-
pha Iota 3,43 Speech Activities Club I,2,3g Student
League Board 41 Symphony Orchestra l,2,3,41 Tau
Chi Eta I,2 lV. Pres. 213 Torch and Tassel 41 Camp-
bell Hall House Council 3, 4 lPres. 411 Newman
Club l,2,3,41 MENC 3,4 lPres. 31.
ZARAFIS, ALEXANDER P. Waterloo, Business Edu-
cation, Alpha Chi Epsilon 31 College Eye 31 Baker
Hall House Council 41 FBLA 41 OLD GOLD 3.
PIEPER, RUSSELL L. West Union, History and Busi-
ness Administration. Upper Iowa University, BA.
RINEHART, GEORGE J. Mystic, Social Science. Pi
Gamma Mu 31 Social Science Honors 3.
SANBORN, HELEN S. Cedar Falls, Elementary Su-
pervision. Luther College, BA.
YORK, GEORGE L. Cedar Falls, Science. Kappa
Delta Pi 3,4 lPres. 411 Kappa Mu Epsilon 3,4 lPres.
411 Sigma Tau Gamma I,Z,3,41 Men's Union 41
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Arey, Amy, 2l3
Baker, Rebecca, 82
Barker, Olive, 88
Baum, Russell, 88
Beard, Marshall, 7I
Bebb, Randall, 93
Bender, Paul, 72
Bernhard, Harold, 75. 85, 200, 226
Birkhead, Jane, 88
Bishop, Clifford, 77, 82
Blanlord, James, 8I, l9I
Bock, Emil, 88
Boehlie. Eslher, 82, 207
Bonlz, Jean. 90, 2l9
Bradley, C. Paul, 92
Brandes, Mary, IO4
Brimm, Paul, 93
Bronczyk, Josephine, 93
Brofhers, Chesler, 46, 9l
Brown, A. E., 82
Brown, Helen, 93
Brown, Mable, 93
Brune, lrvin, 87, IB7, 2l6
Buckingham, Lena, 83
Bullena, Louis, 92, I9O
Burns, Joseph, 88
Buswell, Margaref, 82
worfh, Mary, 90, 2l8, 2l9
Cable, E. J., 9l
bell, C. Evelyn, 93
J. R., 89, I46, l7O, I79
E. E., 74
Coleman, Waller, 88
Conley, Mary Ann, l26, l82
Cowley, John, 85
Cram, Fred, 86
Crawford, Elinor, 90, 2l9
Crawford. Morris. 92, I90, ZIO
Crosby, Edmund. 84, IBS, 209
Curfis, Dwighl, 93
Dee, William, 92, I9O, 246
Delafield, David, 80, I88
Denny, E. C., 82, 202
Dickinson, A. D., 89, I66
Dieferich, Mary, 86
Divelbess, Margarel, 93
Douglas, Lloyd. 8l, I9I
Dreir, William, 220
Elliair, eaylan, 93, was
Emmons, Ardilh, 93
Fagan, W. B., 85
Fahrney, R. R.. 92, l90, 2l0
Fieler, Fred, 93
Ferneau. Elmer. 82
Fink, Merrill, 63
Fifzqerald, Marqarel, 76
Flowers. Richard, 85
Fossum, Ernesf, 85, I93
Fowler, Claylon, 80
Fowler, Seymour, 9l
Fox, Josef, 85
Fuller, A. C.
Fullerlon, Margarel, 86
Gamel, Joseph. 75
Gefchell, R. W., 9I
Gibb, Glenadine, 87, I87
Goefch, E. E.
Goqel, Kennelh, 80
Gohman, Waller, 93
Grant M. L., 9l
Guillaume. Harry, 80, I88
Hake, Herberl, 73
Haines, Refer, 8l
Hall, Slanley, 89, I46. IS3
Hampfon, Nellie, 82, 205
Hanawall, Mary. 85
Hanson, Alden, 85
Hanson, Rose, 93
Harmon, Leia, 93
Harper, Corinne, 93
Harris, Lyman, 92, l90
Hari, Irving, 86
Harlwell, Frank, 93
Haskell, Ralph, 80, l88
Herrick, Donald, 93
Herrold, Clifford, l88, 20l
Hill, Frank, 88
Hoffman. Carolyn, 93
Holliday, Olive, 83, I97
Holmberg, Marjorie, 93
Holmes, George, 74, I25
Holvik, Karl, 88
Holsl, Harold. 88, l89
Hord, Roberl, 88
Hosier, Max, 93
l-loward, Donald, 92, l90
Howe, Marvin, 88
Hull, Eslher, 82
Humphrey, Kafherine, 8l, l9I
Hunler, Mary, 92, I90
l-lulcheson, Rulh, 93
Jackson, C. L., 93
Jennings, Philip, 73
Johnson, Richard, 86, 2l4
Kasiske, Florence, 93
Kelso, Paul, 24, 73
Kercheval, James, 9l
Knulson, Howard, 82, 2ll
Koehring, Dorolhy, 93
Koll, William, 89, l59, l68
Lamke, Tom, 7l
Lang, William, 7l, 77.92, l90
Lanlz, C. W., 9l
Lalharn, William, 88
Lallin, Richard, 93
Leavifl, Charles, 46, 92, l90
Lebeda, Agnes, 8I, l9I, 208
Lindemann, Myrne, 93
Lol'l', Fred, B7, I87, 2l6
Lund, Sue, ll6
Macy, Wm. Keilh, 88, l3I, 233
Madore, Alice, 93
Manlor, Edna, 93
Maricle, William, 93
a, E. L., 81, 191, 208
R. E., 84, 138, 185, 209
Jane, 88. 131
Mauclrer, J. W., 69, 103, 225
Maurer, Edwin, 85, 212
Maxwell, Jvone, 88
Mazula, Peler, 93
McBrair, Marian, 72, 96, 97, 111, 198,
McBride, Eleanor, 93
um, Clillord, 91
McCue, Roberl, 46, 97, 108, 240
McCuslcer, Laurella, 86
lt Elaine, 85, 196
McLeod, Ada, 86
Mendenhall, L. L., 89
Edna, 85, I92
Dorolhy, 90, 219
Morlc, Vernon, 93
M. J., 46, 70, 77
Noonan, Eileen, 86
Page, John, 80, 188
Harold, 84, 185. 209
, George. 80
Paulson, Robert 93
Peck, Lyman, 87, 131, 187,216
Pendergralt Daryl, 72
Phillips, Cecil, 93
George, 92, 190
Powell, Shirlee, 116
Price, Malcolm, 82
Przychodzin, Joe, 93
Ralh, Earl, 30, 91, 125, 176
Redner, Arlhur, 38, 88, 186, 217, 236
Reece, Oscar, 91, 222
Reed. Howard, 84, 209
Renaud, Rulh, 102, 183
Reninger, 1-1. Willard, 77, 85
Rhum, Gordon, 82, 211
Riebe, H. A., 82
Rod, Donald, 76, 77, 86
Rogers, R. A., 9I
Rolh, Bells Ann, 93
Ruegnilz, Rose, 88
Ruman, Edward, 93
Russell, Myron, 77, 88
Rull, Raymond J, Mrs., 98
Sage. Leland, 92, 190
Sauer, Pauline, 91
Schaeler, Joset 85
Schlicher, Raymond, 74, 264
Schmilt Mary Margaret 93,
Schneider, Naomi, 93
Schools, Marshall, 93
Schullz, Mavis, 93
Schurrer, Augusla, 87, 187,
Seeber, Florence, 93
Shannon, Jerry, 91
Shelle, Lois, 93, 193
Shepherd, Gene, 93
Shores, Edna, 83, 197
Short Thelma, 90, 219
Silvey, H. M., 75
Silvey, Wray, 82
Smilh, Ernesline, 91
Smilh, Francis, 85
Smilh, May, 213, 221
Smilh, M. B., 85, 223
Smilll, Paul, 80, 188, 201
Sparrow, Julia, 205
Slarbecli, C. L., 46, 89, 146
Sleininger, Earl, 93
Slolcslad, Lloyd. 93, 233
Slone, Myrtle, 93
Slrain, Robert 92, 190
Slrayer, Hazel, 85, 196, 204
Slruble, Marguirelle, 93
Sulherland, Elisaloelh, 83, 197
Swanson, Belly, 90, 219
Taylor, Loren, 85
Thompson, M. R., 77, 92, 190, 195
Thompson. Oscar, 82, 186. 202
Thompson, Thomas, 85
Ueclrer, Albert 82
Ulrley, Marguerile, 91
VanderBeelc, Howard, 93
Van Engen, Henry, 77, 87, 187, 216
Van Ness, Grace, 90
Van Slylce, Gary, 106
Voellcer, Gerlrude, 86
Von Neumann, Roberl
Wagner, Guy, 76
Wagner, Lillian, 85, 184, 223
Wagner, Willis, 84, 185, 209
Waller, Mildred, 93
Walsh, William, 93
Wesley, Wallace, 90
Whillord, L. W., 89, 160, 163
Wilcox, M. J.
Williams, David, 85, 193
Wilmarlh, Alla, 93
Wilson, Jean, 46, 104
Winelre, Dorolhy, 93
Winier, Leonard, 91
Winkleman, James, 93
Winsberg, Shirley, 90, 215, 219, 224
Willlalre, Eugene, 91
Wood, Slanley, 138, 204
Wright Lawrence, 84, 185, 209
Yager, Babbara, 215
Yeager, Emily. 83
Zinlz, Miles, 82
Marleen, Alla, I32, 207, 239
Abbas, Norma, Geneva, l02, I88, 206, 256
Abodeely, Adele, Cedar Rapids, IO4, 252
, Alphy, Newlon, I32
, Donald, Liscomb, 97, l06, II6,
, Charles, Cedar Falls
, Joan, Walerloo
, Mary, Websler Cily, 22l
, Nancy, Websler Cily, 23l
Anderson, Phyllis, Crawlordsville, I92, 203,
Anderson Virginia, Walerloo
Anderson William, Blakesburg, 98
Andrada, Blaine, Wayzala, Minnesola, 235
Andresen Palricia, Graellinger
Andrews, Dolores, Cenler Junclion
Andrews, Donald, Toddville
Andrews, Harold, Walerloo
Andrews, Marjorie, Greene, 22l
Arnold, Mary Jane, Ames, II6, l86, I94,
Adams, Slanley, Walerloo
Adolph, Thomas, Wacoma
Adolphson, Wilma Elaine, Sperry, 2I3
Agan, Georgia, Milo
Ahrens, Marcia, Cedar Falls. I33
Ahrens, Rela, Washinglon, 205, 237
Ailchison, Gary, Corwilh, II6, 200
Akers, Ronald, Coggon, 2l2
Akin, Elhan, Walerloo
Akkerman, Donald, Holland
Akkerman, Marillyn, Cedar Falls
Albaugh, Sandra, Mason Cily
Alberl, Belly, Eldon, 22l, 237
Alberl, Carl, Amana, 204, 235
Alberls, Marjorie, Arher, I32
Albornq Palricia, 229
Albrechl, James, Dike
Albrighl, Ray, Walerloo
Alcorn, Dennis, Creslon
Aldrich, Janel, Toledo, 207
Aldrich, Joan, Belmond
Aldrich, Joanne- Toledo, 207
Alexander, Palricia. Cedar Rapids, 207, 238
Allen, Annelle, Hazlelon, I04, I33, I92
Allen, Gene Walerloo
Allen, John, Ames
Allen, Philip, Ames, 228
Allison, Jane, Greene, 205, 229
Arnlahr, James, Jessup
Anaslasi, Mariorie, Denison, I92, 220, 22l
Andersen Beverly, Walker, I92
Andersen Carllon, Cedar Falls
Andersen Daryl, Cedar Falls
Andersen John, Cedar Falls, 36- 6l, lI8,
I3l, I86, l89, 2l7, 246, 256
Andersen Kennelh, Charles Cily, I84, 223.
Andersen Rulh, Allanlic, 207
Andersen Sharon, Sheffield, l3l
Andersen Thelma, Manning
Anderson Barbara Thompson
Anderson Bradley, Parkersburg
Anderson Charles, Phillips, 9I
Anderson Chloris, Slrallord, I3I, I39, 230
Anderson Dennis, Eslherville
Anderson Donald, Burlinglon, II6, 208, 209,
Anderson, Helen, Dike, I29
Anderson Janel, Charilon, l3l, I33, 2l7
Anderson Janice, Goldlield, IOI, 234
Anderson, Jenine, Rockford, Illinois, I04,
II7, IBB, 20l
Anderson, Leroy, Walerloo, 256
Annear, Ardelh, Dedham, I32
Aperans, Agzis, Cedar Falls
Aperans, Janis, Cedar Falls
Archer, Clarence, Bloomlield
Arends, Richard, Grundy Cenler, I39, l60
Arink, Belly, Rowley, 22l, 238
Armslrong, Chloe, Walerloo
Arnold, Doris, Hudson
Arnold, James, Marshalllown
I98, 2l7, 238, 239, 256
Aschim, Marilyn, Ridgeway
Ash, Donald, Cedar Falls
Ashkenaze, Sol, Forl Dodge
Aspleal, Sandra, Souix Cily
Alherlon, Jean, Greenbay, Wisconsin, 22l
Allig, Mary, Renwick
Augusline, Belly' Albien, 207, 237
Auld, Dorolhy, Cedar Falls
Auld, Lawrence, Cedar Falls, 223, 256
Aves, Arline, Waverly
Avery, Mary, Cedar Falls, l3l, 2I7, 256
Axline, Richard, Independence
Axon, Barbara, Goldlield, 22l
Axmear, Jo Ann, Keswick
Ayala, Audrey, Dubuque, II6, 240, 248
Azelline, Bernice, Cedar Falls
Baarson, Paul, Ellendale, 2l2
Bacher, Sally, Burlinglon, 2I3, 242, 256
Baerman, Hulda, Walerloo
Baelke, Ellen, Waverly
Bagge, Carolyn, Easl Moline, Illinois, 22l
Bahndorl, Mary, Amana, I33, 235
Bahnsen, Belly, Wyoming
Bahrenluss, Beniamin, Websler Cily, I42
Baier, Leona, Fonlanelle, I22, I32, 237
Bailey, Donna, Adel, I93, 2l3, 253, 256
Bain, Donna, Newlon, I32, 228
Baker, Alice, Cresco
Baker, Armand, Sugar Land, Texas, 36, IIB.
l25, l3I, 24I, 256
Baker, Frances, Decorah, I79
Baker, Francis, Walerloo
Baker, David, Odgen, 97, II6, I26, I82,
I88, 20l, 2l2, 229, 25I
Baker, Margarel, Washinglon, 229
Baker, Norma, Newell
Baldridge, Darwin, Walerloo
Baldwin, Claire, Marble Rock
Baldwin, Ronald, lrvinglon
Baldy, Jane Ellen, Spiril Lake, 205, 237
Balhorn, Vincenl, Walerloo
Balkema, Mary, Dows
Ball, Charles, Walerloo, 96, 98, II7, 244
Ball, Raymond, Cedar Falls
Balzer, Donna, Des Moines
Barber, Donna, Walerloo
Barclay, Carol, Lyle, Minnesola
Barlield, Kennelh, Walerloo
Barger, Marie, Osceola, I22, 230, 245
Barker, Barbara, Davenporl
Barker, Calharine, Keosauqua, 247
Barker, Shirley, Des Moines, 233
Barnell, William, Walerloo
Barr, Donald, Charles Cify
Barr, Jean, Manchesler, 203
Barrell, Kay, Mason, 229
Barlels, Leroy, Greene
Barlen, Lloyd, Weslside, I33, 235
Barllell, Curlis, Walerloo
Barlon, Dennis, Des Moines, I56
Bassler, Dorolhy, Aplinglon
Bauman, Bradley, Rock Valley, 244
Baumgarl, Miriam, Slale Cenler, 235, 250
Baumgarlner, Jean, Cedar Falls
Baxler, Barbara, Allanlic, 229
Beals, Ellen, Newion, 2l5
Beardmore, Joann, Ira, 220
Beallie, Claud, Moll, Norlh Dakola, 263
Beally, Blair, Gullenberg
Beaupain, Shirley, Hubbard, I33
Beaving, Jean, Bullalo Cenler, I33, 2l2, 23l
Bechlel, Grover, Independence
Beck, Arlene, Charles Cily
Beckman, Bruce, Michigan Cily, Indiana
Beckman, Eleanor, Bennell, 205, 235
Becvar, Audre, Colo
Bead, Joan, Hansell, I33, 2l9
Beeson, Pauline, Earlham, I22, 208, 238, 239
Beelsch, Richard, Mankalo, Minnesola, I42,
I44, l45, I48, I49, ISO, I52, l54, I60, I77
Beghlel, Florence, Cedar Falls
Beghlel, Floyd, Van Horn
Behrends, Karl, Jesup
Behrens, Glenn, Waucoma
Beinke, Ellabelle, Walerloo
Beisner, James, Tripoli, I56
Beisner, Rila, Dows, I33, 205
Bell, William, Cedar Falls, lI0
Bell, Slanley, Waverly
Belson, Beverly, Clinlon, l02, II6, ll9, 2lI.
2I3, 2l4, 256
Bemus, Dean, Walerloo, 240, 244
Benda, Regina, Belle Plaine, 229
Bender, Calherine, Norlh English
Beneke, Brenda, Celar Rapids, I7, 49, 50,
Beneke, Rudolph, Palmer
Benjamin, James, Walerloo
Beniamin, Sharon, Winlersel, 237
Bennell, Leonard, Walerloo
Bennink, Donald, Cedar Falls, 256
Benser, John, Mason Cily
Benson, Beverly, Elgin
Buckman, Carole, Wesl Liberly, 133, 238,
Benson, Deloy, Lake Park, 187, 216
Benson, LaVon, Forl Dodge
Benl, Carol, Tama, 207, 237
Benlley, James, Charles Cily
Berg, Norman, Walerloo
Berger, Janel, Walerloo, 139, 217
Bergh, Evelyn, Wayland, 132, 139,237
Bergman, Rulh, New 1-larllord, 81
Bernard, Donna, Cedar Falls
Bernal, Loois, Walerloo
Bernhard, Judilh, Cedar Falls
Berry, Jack, Denmark
Berlch, Mary, Walerloo, 229
Besh, Joyce, Cedar Falls
Bells, Mary, Walerloo
Beuler, David, Solon
Beyer, Karl, Epworlh
Billings, Duane, Walerloo
Binlz, John, Cedar Falls
Birdsall, Dorolhea, Walerloo
Birkenhollz, Grace, Iowa Cily, 126
Bishop, Jeanne, Cedar Rapids, 126, 127,
128, 182, 215, 219, 224
Bishop, Lewis, Wesl Union
Bilcon, Lawrence, Greenlield, 142, 143, 146,
Bilcon, Lyle, Greenlield, 142, 246, 256
Bilner, Marilyn, Della, 132
BiH1e, Elizabelh, Iowa Falls, 61, 116, 204,
236, 237, 253
Bixby, Garry, Walerloo
Bjorklund, Lorella, Cedar Falls, 235
Biorklund, Lorimer, Cedar Falls, 209,235
Black, Lloyd Dale, Farnhamvi11e,97, 150, 153
177, 239, 256
Nell, Cedar Falls
Blackerl, Belly, Sioux Rapids, 208
Blackman, Barbara, Walerloo
Blair, Maynard, Cedar Falls, 170, 171
Blandau, 1-loward, Eldora
Blankers, Laurens Arlhur, Archer, 119, 126
131, 216, 217, 239, 256
Blaser, Eugene, Cedar Falls
Blau, Ruby, New 1-larllord
Roberl, Cedar Falls
Blekeberg, Shirley, Decorah, 205
Blessing, Rebecca, Paullina, 235
Blew, 1-lelen, Bloomfield
Blizek, Carol, Maquokela, 139
Blizek, Marlene, Maquokela, 247
Bloem, 1-lermine, Tripoli
Blong, Sophie, Waucorna
Blood, Vesla. Runnells
Bloxom, Phyllis, Esles Park, Colorado
Boal, Glenda, Ml, Pleasanl, 221, 234
Boardsen, Danny, Clinlon
Bonavia, Rosalie, Waverly
Bonderman, Jean, Archer, 237
Bonesleel, Marjorie, Norway. 228
Bonzo, Palricia, San Francisco, California,
Boolh, Janice, Washinglon, 133
Boolhroyd, Bonnivere, Cedar Falls
Borel, Janice, Clarion
Borwiclc, Arlhur, La Porle Cily
Bolhun, Richard, Walerloo
Bollorll, Mary, Packwood, 132, 204, 206,
228, 233, 247
Boughlon, Harrison, lda Grove, 36, 89, 189,
Boughlon, John, Walerloo, 131, 208, 226.
Bourne, Roberl, Ames, 139, 189
Bowers, William, Plymoulh, 256
Bowlin, Barbara, Council Bluffs, 132, 207,
Bowman, Vernon, Ames, 236
Boyd, Daniel, Cedar Falls, 110
Boyd, David. Walerloo
Boyd, John, Greene
Boyer, Slanley, Elgin
Boylan, Shirley, Des Moines, 219
Branckin, Mary, Elgin, 237
Bradley, Daniel, 1-louslon, Texas, 200
Bradley, Myrna, Slrewberry Poinl, 139
Brand, Pauline, Wesl Des Moines, 211, 223.
Brandes, Mary, Cedar Falls, 104
Brandl, Carol, Dysarl, 116, 133, 243
Brandl, Donna, Dubuque, 202, 212, 231, 248
Brallon, Merlon, Cedar Falls
Braun, Marvin, Walerloo
Braun, Shirley, Nichols, 202, 237
Brechl, Elodie, Walker, 229
Breheny, Barbara, Clear Lake, 215, 221,
Bremer, Nancy, Lawlon, 238, 239
Breneman, Faye, Grinnell, 205, 237
Breneman, Darrell, Lowden
Brennan, Geraldyne, Carlisle, 237, 253
Bress, Dale, Primqhar, 117, 122, 244
Brell, Mildred, Spiril Lake, 203, 205, 233
Brewer, Oliver, Walerloo
Brickner, John, Teaneck, New Jersey
Briden, Frank, Walerloo, 112
Brighl, Jacqueline, Massillon, 116,231
Brink, Conslance, Sioux Cily, 238, 239
Brinker, Malcolm, Auburn, 131
Brinkley, Ronald, Des Moines, 17, 49, 56,
142, 143, 150
Brill, Glenn, Glidden
Bro, Ronald, Exira, 108, 209, 256
Brown, Donald Eugene, Wa+er1oo,25b
Brown, Donald Roger, Davenporl, 150
Brown, Dorolhy, Leon
Brown, John, Pau11ina,99
Brown, Mariorie, Decorah
Brown, Mildred, Grimes
Brown, Palricia, Walerloo, 131, 132, 194
Brown, Terry, Donnellson
Brown, Wendell, Newlon
Brownell, Janice, Lake Cily, 228
Bru, Alice, Le Grand
Bruch, Mary, Algona
Brudos, La Vonne, De Solo, Wisconsin
Bruening, Janice, Lake Cily, 132, 176,
Bruner, James, Cedar Rapids, 241, 256
Bruns, Richard, Cedar Falls
Brunsvold, Laurella, Kennsell, 131, 139, 217
Bryanl, James. 1-larlley
Buchmann, Adella, Jackson, Minnesola, 233
Buck, Forresl, Davenporl
Janice, Jewell, 221
Bode, Carol, Parkersburg, 203, 238, 239,
Boderman, Roberl, Sumner, 150, 160, 177,
Boeyink, Wanda, Ollie, 133, 211, 256
Boggs, David, Cedar Falls
Bogle, Edra, Primghar, 214
Bohning, Shirley, Belmond, 192
Bohning, Wayne, Belmond
Boies, Janel, Charles Cily, 133
Balger, Carolyn, Glidden, 116. 131, 183.
194, 217, 237
Bollon, Alice, Tiplon
eyer, Roger, Earlville, 131
eyer, Ronald, Slrawberry Poinl, 139
Brody, Joseph, Walerloo
Brooks, Bob, Garner
Brooks, Lesler, Manchesler
Brower, Kennelh, Cedar Falls, 209, 222. 256
Brown, Bonnie, Cedar Falls, 131, 228, 242
Brown, David, Forl Dodge, 246
Donald Doyle, Leon
Buckingham, Edward, Cedar Falls, 230
Buckley, Elmer, Walerloo
Bullo, Janel, Selma
Buhmann, Marlene, Walerloo
Bull, Eslher, Gulhrie Cenler, 237
Bullena, Gordon, Cedar Falls, 110
Bunn, George, Walerloo. 185, 209
Bunnell, Joan, Davenporl, 237
Bunling, Harold, Jesup, 208, 256
Burd, Sue, Garnavillo
Burger, Janice, Adel
Burgus, Beverly, Osceola, 176
Burke, Rosemary, Rock Rapids, 231
Burkgren, Roberl, 1-larcourl, 209, 234
Burkharl, Mardean, Ml, Auburn, 132
Burkharl, Doris, Ml. Auburn, 205
Burns, Phyllis, Cedar Falls,
Burrichler, Lavon, New Albin, 97, 119, 176,
184, 198, 223, 231, 256
Burlon, Edward, Collax, 133, 209
Bush, Gary, Colesburg, 244
Buss, Beverly. Cedar Falls, 219, 224, 252
Buller, Donald, Rocklord, 236
Buller, James, Charles Cily, 108. 142. 143.
147, 164, 166, 177, 251, 256,
Bulschy, Glenyce, Cedar Falls
Bulschy, Roberl, Cedar Falls
Bullon, Beverly, Adel
Cain, Elizabelh, Slanwood
Cain, Thomas, Walerloo
Calonkey, Kay, Woodward, 97, 116, 202,
Cameron, Lucy, Bloomfield, 237
Cameron, Roberl, Bloomfield, 236, 256
Cameron, Thomas, Newlon
Campbell, Lawrence, Delol
Campbell, Mary Carol, Maquokela, 116,
122, 213, 250
Campbell, Mary Frances, Audubon, 208
Capilani, Ralph, Des Moines, 142, 148, 149,
Carbaugh, Sarah, Charles Cify, 186, 213,
Carey, Yvonne, Olfumwa, 207
Carlson, Bonnie, Madrid, 231
Carlson, Laverne, Cedar Falls
Carlson, Phyllis, Marion, 133, 235
Carlson, Sandra, Kiron, 233
Carmichael, Norma, Council Bluffs, 221, 230,
Carney, Joseph, Emrnelsburg, 229, 256
Carney, Keifh, Emmelsburg
Carney, Paul, Cedar Falls
Carolus, Doris, Buckingham, 133, 186, 238,
Carolhers, Palricia, Marshalllown, 104, 179,
Carpenler, Beverly, Knoxville, 29, 116, 186.
204, 243, 256
Carpenier, Carmen, Davenpori
Carpenler, Delores, For? Dodge, 229
Carr, Belly, Manchesler
Carr, Donald, Walerloo
Carr, Jane, Walerloo
Carrick, David, Keokuk, 108, 122, 123, 212,
Shirley, Dike, 207, 234
Wendell, Cedar Falls
Zelda, Riceville, 116, 216,223
Conrad, Margarel, Lucas, 202, 211, 257
Conrad, Elizabelh, Lucas
Conrad, Mary, Lucas, 30, 54, 104, 133, 178
179, 192, 218, 219, 252
Chrisfiansen, Lora, Eslherville, 219
Chrislianson, Erwin, Lake Mills, 98, 99, 131
160, 189, 251
Chrisloiiersen, Liane, Cedar Falls, 29, 61
192, 204, 232, 242
Church, Dave, Cedar Falls, 164, 177, 256
Church, Gena, lowa Cify
Chule, Richard, Mason Cily, 229
Cias, Gerald, Wauwalosa, Wisconsin, 126,
182, 212, 251
Clapsaddle, Charles, Mason, Cily, 229
Clapsaddle, Jill, Algona
Clark, Connie, Cedar Rapids, 242
ay, Darrell, Walerloo
Cook, Dale, Council Bluffs, 177, 251, 257
Cook, Elaine, Waferloo
Cook, Richard, Cedar Falls
Coon, Nola, Sheldon, 221
Belly, Cedar Falls, 257
, Florence, Waferloo
Cooper, Leona, Albia, 176, 219, 226,
Cooper, Mary, Forl Dodge, 233,257
Copenhaver, Lucille, Oelwein
Cordes, George, Eldora, 228, 233
Cordes, Kennelh, Dike
Cornelius, Marliss, Inwood, 131, 250
Clark, James, Elma
Cedar Rapids, 119, 240. 242
Clark, Joyce, Monlicello
Clark, Kafhryn, Cherokee, 229
Clark Margarel, Walerloo, 132, 238, 239
Clark, Marilyn, Grinnell, 228
Clark, Willis, Manassas, Virginia
Clarke, Beverly, Cedar Rapids
Mary, Charles Cily, 252
Carson, Donald, New 1-larliord
Carler, Dale, Alla
Carfer, Marilyn Jean, Davenpori
Carler, Marilyn Palricia, Knoxville, 242
Carlhey, Frank, Davenport 84, 168, 177,
209, 244, 256
Carulhers, Mariorie, Norwalk, 221, 237
Case, 1-lazel, Corning
Case, Jerry, Cedar Falls, 156, 246
Caseboll, Gordon, Cedar Falls
Casey, Joseph, Cedar Falls
Cass, Richard, Jr., Sumner
Caslle, Arnaselle, Walerloo
Caswell, Carolyn, Coon Rapids
Caudle, A1yce,Wi1liarns, 221
Ceilley, Bernard, Cedar Falls, 177, 251,256
Cerney, Alice, Cedar Falls
Chalupa, Shirley, Pleasanf Plain, 221, 236
Chamberlain, Williard, Walerloo
Chamberlin, Charles, Maplefon
Chambers, Zoe, Clarksville
Champion, Karalee, Ankeny
Chaney, Florence, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Chanlland, Phyllis, 1-lumbolbl, 126, 202, 204.
Chapin, Palricia, Tripoli
Chapman, Frances, Belmond, 192, 212, 214.
Charbon, Rulh, lowa Cily, 203, 205, 237
Chase, Marybelle, Fenlon, 97, 116, 133.
198 202, 211, 217, 226, 230 256
Chesfer Edifh, Clarksville
Chingren, Gerald, Forf Dodge
Chody, Oma, Kalona, 236, 237
Clasen, Roberl, Cedar Falls
Claus, Minnie, Plymoulh
Clausen, Vaunna, 1-larfley
Clawson, Charles, Cedar Falls, 257
Clay, Dave, Cedar Falls, 241
Clayburg, Palricia, Mason Cily
Claypool, Richard, 1-lamplon
Claylon, Deloris, Marshalliown
Clegg, Zoe, Algona
Clemens, Gilbert Walerloo, 223, 235
Cleveland, Roberl, Pleasanfville, 223
Cline, Palricia, Cenlerville, 91, 186, 191,
208, 237, 257
Clingerman, Julia, Eldora, 132, 207
Cloplon, Florence, Cedar Falls
Cloud, Elsie, Forf Madison, 240, 242
Clouse, Marlha, Panora
Clouser, Gerald, Gilberl
Clubine, Charles, Cedar Falls, 114
Clubine, Marilyn, Cedar Falls, 114
Coburn, Audrey, Boone Grove, Indiana, 131
Cockerham, Louise, Union, 207
Corpuz, Elizabelh, Kauai, Hawaii, 116, 211
212, 223, 229, 243
Corrick, Richard, Keswick, 177, 257
Cose, James, Cedar Falls, 142
Collinglon, Darla, 131, 139, 207
Cover, Barbara, Walerloo
Cowan, Helen, Naperville, lllinois, 229
Cowan, Mary, Laurens, 131, 221, 253
Cowley. 1-lelen, Cedar Falls, 229
Craig, 1-lershel, Bloomfield
Cramer, Dean, Audubon, 142, 164, 167
Cran, John, 1-lumboldl'
Cranslon, Gordon, Cedar Falls
Crawford, Belly, 1-lamplon
Crawford, Karen, Lone Tree
Creedon, Shirley, Davenporl
Cress, Hal, Riverside, 257
Crinigan, Richard, Walerloo
Croif, Marion, Cedar Falls
Cronk, Carole, lndianola
Crosley, Dixie, Eldora, 133, 139, 243
Crow, Lelia, Winlhrop, 203, 207
Crowe, 1-larold, Walerloo
Cryberg, Marianna, Cedar Falls
Culberl, Mary Rulh, Marion, 49, 57, 96, 97
Cullen, Ardella, Spencer, 139
Cummings, Russell, Fairbank
Cummings, Merlyn, Oelwein
Curran, Florence, Walerloo
Curlis, Ann, Walerloo
Curlis, William, Cedar Falls
Cody, Eugene, 1-lumboldl
Cody, Roberl, Wichila, Kansas, 193
Coerper, David, Wauwalosa, Wisconsin,
Cohn, Norman, Walerloo
Cole, Phyllis, Bridgewaler, 257
Cole, Perry, Greenfield
Colegrove, Kennelh, VVes'r Union
Coleman, Carol, Olin, 21
Collenline, Roberl, Waferloo
Collell, Gerald, lndependence
Collins, Carol, Algona, 133
Collins, Della, Albion, 197, 206, 237, 257
Collon, Geraldine, Independence, 176, 234
ano, Nancy, Walerloo
r, Judy, Walerloo, 139
Dage, Carroll, Ames
ne, Marlene, Manson
e, Bernice, Pomeroy
e, Donald, Pomeroy
Dahms, Arla, Chicago, lllinois, 235
Dakken, Doris, Lake Mills, 221, 247
Daley, Mary, Cresco
Dalrymple, Kalhryn, Melvern, 133
Dalziel, Maurice, Walerloo
Chrislensen, Inez, Readlyn
Chrislensen, John, Cedar Falls
Chrislensen, Joy, Walerloo
Complon, Clifford, Davenporl
Conner, Evelyn, Glidden, 139, 238
Conner, Lillian, Glidden, 132, 238
Conrad, Carol, Lowden, 207, 231
Dalziel, Roberl, Denver
Daman, Rulh, Des Moines, 219, 224
Damro, Dianne, Walerloo, 130, 176, 232
Daniels, John, Cedar Falls
Darland, Bill, Warerloo, 170, 177, 257
Davis, Be-verly, Walerloo
Davis Carol Elizabefh, Cedar Falls
Davis Carol Jessie, Hamplon, 208
Davis Doris, Grundy Cenier
Davis Guy, Cluiier
Davis Lee, Waferloo
Davis Lewis, Panora, 230
Davis Neva, Hamplon, 186
Davis Norma Jeane, Ollumwa, 237
Davis Palricia, Forl' Dodge
Davis Paul, Monlrose, 133
Davis Philip, Ankeny, 133
Davis Roberia, Norihwood
Davis Sonya, Sfrawberry Point 139
Davis Wilma, Cedar Falls
Dawson, Jack, lndianola
Dawson, Lyle, Spencer
Day, Nancy, Olfumwa
Deal, Elberia, Chicago, Illinois
Dean, Delmar, Cedar Falls
De Boer, Viola, Granville, 126, 208, 223
De Boom, Darrell, Cedar Falls, 257
Decker, Howard, Waferloo
De Cross, Arfhur, Sl'al'en lsland, New York
Defosse, Elaine, Mediapolis, 205, 234
De Graw, Rulh, Delmar, 237
De Groole, Kennelh, Walerloo
De Haven, Mary, Walerloo, 221, 234
Deibler, Keiih, Walerloo
De Laney, Jessie, Warerloo
Delis, Mary, Gladbrook, 231
Den Herder, Sfeven, Eoyden,
De Reus, Virginia, Mingo, 132
Derbyshire, Richard, Walerloo
De Smidt Barbara, Walerloo, 111
De Vaul, Charles, Havelock
De Winler, Rochelle, Forr Dodge, 176, 207
Dickey, Janice, Hedrick
Diehn, Charlolfe, Oflurnwa, 133, 217, 238
Dieken, Le Ann, Grundy Cenier, 133, 139
Diercksen, Viclor, Manchesler, 234
Dielrich, Kolene, Vicior, 207
Diefz, Charles, Elwood
Dikkers, Jay, Lamonl
Dillard, Colleen, Dickens, 213, 257
Dilley, Lavonne, Cedar Falls, 257
Dimmilt Wilbur, Evansdale
Dingman, Belinha, Urbana
Dinsdale, Pafricia, Websler Ciiy, 132, 238
Dinsda1e,5hir1ey, Traer, 207
Dirksen, Dwight Walerloo
Di1'ze1, Marcelyn, Lyllon, 234
Doak, John, Grundy Cen+er, 156
Dobbins, Mary, Cedar Falls, 131, 217, 257
Dodds, Nancy, Hillsboro
Doeden, Ernest New Hariford
Doerring, Jacquelyn, Luana, 215, 219, 224,
Doerzman, Douglas, Blairslown, 116, 126,
128, 182, 226, 235,244
Dohrman, Joanne, Farnhamville, 221, 235
Dolan, Rose, Warerloo
Donaldson, Phyllis, Kansas, 257
Doran, Cecelia, Perry, 132, 214, 228
Dorland, Lyle, Charles Cily
Dorman, Howard, Truro
Dornbusch,Bever1y, Paullina, 104, 122, 139,
182, 192, 208, 235, 245
Dornleld, Earl, Slillwaler, Minnesola, 122,
124, 182, 185,209,251
Dorhout Lawrence, Sioux Cenfer
Doison, Russell, Villisca
Dougherfy, Carolyn, Cedar Rapids, 104, 247
Douglass, Virginia, Malcom
Douglass, Loraine, Malcolm, 192, 219
Dowling, Marilynn, Lake Ci+y, 249
Dreessen, Annetie, Toledo, 207, 231
Drevs, Myriis, Moville, 219
Driscol, Palricia, Vinlon
DuBois, Janet Cedar Falls, 111, 113, 139
Duea, Jerry, Dunkerfon
Duffy, Richard, Cedar Falls
Duffy, Robert Whilfemore, 229
Dugger, Mariorie, Rose Hill, 133
Dugslad, Richard, Cedar Falls, 190, 195,
Dunahoo, David, Tripoli
Dunahoo, Sheryl, Maxwell
Dunbar, Mary, Cedar Falls
Dunbar, Paul, Cedar Falls
Dunlap, Jean, Walerloo
Dunlap, Lois, Souix Cily, 122, 182, 230,
Dunlap, Marlene, Dysarl, 132
Dunn, Leroy, Manly, 142, 143, 149, 164,
167, 177, 246
Dunnelfe, Rosalyn, Sheffield, 207, 237
Dunsmore, James, Corydon
Dupuis, Pairicia, Columbus Junciion
Durkop, Phyllis, Maquokela, 205
Dutlon, Shirley, Knoxville, 215, 219, 253,
Dye, Dale, Cedar Falls, 156
Dyvad, Joanne, Siorm Lake, 205
Ealy, Janet Belle Plaine, 221, 229
Ealon, Eric, Cedar Falls
Eberhard, Sandra, Garnavillo
Eckhart lsobel, Oelwein
Eckhoft Myone, Karen, Ames, 176
Edgingfon, Donna, Jeanne, Csceola, 203.
Egeland, lrving, Sfory Ciiy
Eggers, Charlolle, Bellevue
Egglesion, Carolyn, Conrad, 131, 133
Egglesion, Charles, Walerloo
Egli, Norman, Manson, 36, 131, 139, 189
Ehen, Margaret Harcourt 139, 234
Ehrke, Beiry, Cedar Rapids, 215
Eichorst Marcella, Waferloo
Eide, Marilyn, Wesl Union, 139, 207
Eisele, Sandra, Spirif Lake, 8.6, 207
Eilzman, Douglas, Cedar Falls, 110, 189,
Eldred, Carol, Anamosa
Ellingson, Marilyn, Alden, 249
Elliolt Carol, Aurelia, 221,231
Elmore, Robert Des Moines, 246
Emmelt Frances, Argyle, 239
Emry, Arlhur, Fairfield, 131, 139,230
Engelking, Mary, Hubbard, 133
England, Mar1ene,1owa Falls, 139, 235
England, Pairicia, Van Meier
Engsrler, Joanne, Garner, 229
Epperly, Edgar, Leon, 223
Erbe, Lois, Cedar Falls, 237, 242
Erbe, Mary, Waverly
Erickson, Tommy, Huxley
Erickson, Warren, Waferloo, 139
Ericson, Marynelle, Denison, 253
Ernst Helen, Bellevue
Ernst Joan, Rockford, 132, 203, 234
Erpelding, Lois, Dike
Erreft Maxine, Harlan, 221
Esles, Marilyn, Spiril Lake, 122, 192, 205,
Elgeion, Darlis, Fairbank
Euchner, Dale, Hudson
Euchner, Russell, Waierloo
Evans, Della, Winlerset 245
Evans, Donald, Dumont 189
Evans, John, Walerloo
Evans, Leone, Mason Ci'1y
Evans, Roberia, Carson, 131, 133, 205, 239
Evans, Valda, Macksburg, 131, 132
Evely, Avis, Walerloo, 194, 217, 237, 253
Ewalt Merrilt Coralville
Ewell, Vernon, Missouri Valley
Ewing, Charmaine, Waierloo
Exline Norma, Charles Cify, 237
Faaborg, Marilyn, Jefferson
Fagerlind, Paul, Cedar Falls
Fagle, David, Cedar Falls, 114,257
Failes, Nancy, Runnells, 132,230
Fain, Camilla, Humboldl'
Fain, Gerald, Cedar Falls, 114
Fairbanks, Charloiie, Walerloo
Falck, Norrna, Belle Plaine, 186, 202, 257
Fanion, Elizabefh, Marshalliown
Farina, Gene, Chicago His., Illinois
Farmer, Lewis, Nashua
Farmer, Marvin, Nashua, 257
Farmer, Richard, Aurora, Colorado, 244
Farrell, David, Barnes Cify
Farrell, Jack, Norlhwood, 126, 156
Farrill, Naomi, Read1yn,229
Farrow, Allaire, Ledyard, 132, 221
Faust Janice, Alla, 132, 221
Faye, Cliilord, Cedar Falls
Faye, Shirley, Waierloo
Fearing, Nancy, Sioux Cify, 237
Feese, Sharron, Waierloo
Fellows, Ru1'h, Sidney, 97, 116, 183, 193.
238, 239, 240, 250
Fenelon, Paul, Waferloo
Fenslermann, Robert Greeley
Fenslermann, Rulrh, Greeley, 205
Ferguson, Margery, Evansdale
Ferguson, Phyllis, Laurens
Ferry, Ronald, Harlan, 236
Feft Donald, Cedar Falls, 190, 195, 257
Field, P. Berlel, Decorah, 142, 257
Fillmore, Bernard, Walerloo
Finlayson, Susan, Muskogee, Oklahoma
Fisher, Barbara, Rolle, 132, 238, 239
Fisher, Belly, lndependence, 176, 195, 214
Fisher, Billy, Oslzaloosa
Fisher, Donald, Cedar Falls, 142, 147, 177
Fisher, Dorolhy, Whal Cheer
Fisher, Lyle, Elmwood Park, Illinois, 29, 196,
Fisher, Phyllis, Ida Grove, 233
Fisher, Ramon, Thompson, 257
Fisher, Rollo, Greene
Flack, Tom, Charilon
Flanders, Merle, Cedar Falls, 257
Fleming, Kalhryn, Alberl Cily, 132, 234
Fleming, Roscoe, Reinbeclc,
Fleming, Wilbur, Bloomfield
Fliclcinger, Frank, New Harllord
Flilclneme, Joyce, Fullon, Illinois
Flinn, Alice, Walerloo
Flinl, Howard, Lake Parlx
Flood, Calherine, Garner, 197, 206, 229,
Fobcr, Deane, Plainlield
Fogarly, Phyllis, Council Blulls, 221,252
Fogle, Glen, Marshalllown
Folclcen, John, Haveloclc
Folkers, Merna, Scolch Grove
Fondroy, Berlha, Alberl Cily, 132
Ford, Dorolhy, Davenporl, 206, 257
Ford, Jane, Cedar Rapids, 122, 238,239
Ford, Nancy Kay, Columbus Junclion, 194,
Formaneli, Richard, Tama, 142, 148, 156,
Forresler, Nancy, Tama, 132
Forl, Joyce. Red Oalc
Forlune, Gene, Walerloo, 131,234
Foss, Donna, Adair, 249, 257
Foss, Lois, La Porle Cily
Fosler, Shirley, Alexander, 249, 257
Fosler, Vernard, Des Moines
Fouls, Anila, Albia, 133, 176
Fox, Dorolhy, Osage, 133, 212, 229
Fox, James, Cedar Falls
Foy, Charlolle, Massena, 221
Foy, Jimmy, Oxlord Junclion
France, Ann, Cedar Falls
Frane, Lesley, Walerloo
Franke, Jo Ann, Forl Dodge
Franlz, Richard, Alla, 131, 139, 189, 241
Fraser, Fae, Mason Cily
Fraser, Richard, Algona
George, Raymond, Cedar Falls, 246
Fredriclcsen, Mary Lou, Grundy Cenler, 231
Fredriclcson, Earl, Minneapolis, Minnesola
Freebern, Lucille, Ouasquelon
Freeman, Roger, Ml. Vernon
Nancy, Hubbard, 132
Freese, William Calvin, Traer
Freese, William Charles, Wiola
French, Phyllis, Coggon, 131, 139, 194, 217
Frenzel, Slanlord, Des Moines
Frey, Belly, Aplinglon
Fromm, Carole, Eagle Grove, 139, 215
Froyen, Len, Clarion, 106
Fruehling, Ann, Ames
Fruehling, Donald, Forl Madison
Fruehling, Merlin, Forl Madison
Fry, George, Kalona
Fry, Virgil, Wesl Bend, 114, 257
Fry, Warron, La Porle Cily, 209
Fudge, Ronald, New Sharon
Fuiirnura, Thelma, Waialua, Oahu, 49, 58,
Fuhrman, Duane, Arlinglon, 186, 210, 212,
Fuhs, Ernesl, Eddyville
Fuhs, Francis, Eddyville
Fullbrighl, Russell, Cedar Falls
Fuller, Marilyn, Broolcs, 257
Fuller, Rulh, Walerloo
Fullon, Jerry, Des Moines
Funlc, Dean, Wa+er1oo
Furgason, Barbara, Walerloo, 133
Fursl, Richard, Algona, 208, 257
Gabrielson, Donald, Des Moines, 142
Gabrielson, Marolyn, Daylon
Gallagher, Nora, Cedar Falls
Gallaher, Dave, Vinlon
Galloway, Belly, Walerloo
Galloway, Gerlrude, Laurens, 132, 207
Gallup, Roberl, Fairbanlc
Galler, Morris, Walerloo
Gamel, John, Cedar Falls, 209, 229, 241
Gannon, Donald, Collax
Garbers, Palricia, Garrison
Gardner, Donna, Humeslon, 203
Gardner, James, Swea Cily, 131
Gardner, Shirley, Waterloo, 62, 131, 236,
Gardner, William, Des Moines, 258
Garman, Duane, Brill, 160, 177, 244
Garman, Merle. Brill
Garner, Phyllis, Ryan
Garrell, Jaclc, Walerloo
Garry, John, Bancroll, 229
Garlon, Janel, Alla, 133
Garver, George, Allon, Illinois, 258
Garvin, Beniamin, Walerloo
Gales, Donna, Rowley, 132
Gallo, Gus, Cedar Rapids, 35, 49, 59, 156,
158, 177, 229
Gaul, Darlene, Tiplon
Gaullre, Donna, Clarion, 122, 237
Gaunl, Carol, Sl. Anlhony, 205
Gehring, Norma, Elgin, 192, 205
Gehring, Uriel, Elgin, 190
Geiler, Carllon, Florence, Arizona
Genrich, Jane, Swea Cily, 132, 205
George, Marian, Wesl Union, 237
Gerberich, Sue, Cedar Falls, 186, 201, 258
Gerdes, Mary, Brill, 207
Gerlcen, Wayne, Oslcaloosa, 177, 246, 258
Gerlach, Anne, Hubbard, 133
Gibbons, Richard, Newell
Gibbs, G, Rulh, Slrawberry Poinl, 102, 118,
139, 202, 211, 258
Gibbs, Rosalie. Boone, 133, 250
Gibson, Marilyn, Newlon, 186, 213 236, 237, .
Giddings, Alberl, Linlon
Giebelslein, Marvin, Ames
Gilchrisl, Richard, Osage
Gilliland, Carolyn, Walerloo, 233
Gilliland, Ousley, Walerloo
Gilman, Doris, Sluarl
Ginn, Margarel, Lucas, 221, 238, 239
Gissible, Lois, Massena
Glassell, William, Garner
Gleason, Roberl, Cedar Falls
Glime, Palricia, Van Horne, 203, 207
Glorlcld, Louis, Walerloo
Godlrey, La Vonne, Adel, 205,237
Godown, Dean, Winlersel
Goebel, Margarel, Aurora, Illinois
Goelsch, Vera, Cresco, 133, 220, 221,243
Gohman, Richard, Cedar Falls
Goldapp, Jean, McClelland
Gonder, Ronald, Des Moines
Gonyea, Palricia, Kenyon, Minnesola
Goodrich, Mabel, Walerloo
Goodsell, Amy, Nashua
Gordon, Janel, Marion, 133
Gordon, Suzanne, Newlon, 104, 122, 126,
182, 192, 247
Gorham, Gary, Washinglon, 96, 98, 142,
164, 166, 177, 246, 258
Goslin, Harriel, Cedar Falls
Gollleaber, Janis, Monlicello
Grabinslci, Dale, Walerloo, 191, 258
Graeber, Thomas, Melbourne
Graellinger, Jean, Graellinger, 116, 192,
Graelz, Jerald, Soldier, 139, 189, 217
Graham, Fay, Walerloo
Graham, John, Grundy Cenler
Graham, Kalherine, Des Moines
Graham, Lorella, Gilman, 203,207
Graham, Mary, Cedar Rapids
Granau, Palricia, Dows, 97, 179, 198, 215,
218, 219, 224, 249, 258
Grandgeorge. Joyce, Websler Cily, 139,
Granl, Shirley, Wesl Bend, 133
Graslcewicz, Sally, Forl Madison, 104, 192,
Grasslield, Sylvia, Walerloo, 139
Grassley, Barbara, Cedar Fells
Grassley, Charles, Cedar Falls, 190, 195
Grassley, Lois, New Harllord
Gray, Darlene, Dunlap
Greenfield, Rulh, Kamrar, 238, 239, 243
Greenwood, Charles, Winlersel
Gregg, Phyllis, Oalrland, 102, 118, 125, 137,
Greiner, Jane, Lisbon, 229
Grempel, Rulh, Websler Cily, 176, 235
Gress, Maralyn, Cedar Falls
Greve, Clyde, Tiplon, 186, 190, 195, 214
Grey, Nancy, Maralhon, 139, 233, 237
Grier, Perry, Walerloo
Grillin, Richard, Sluarl
Grillilh, Dale, Coon Rapids, 251, 258
Grillilh, Daryl, Coon Rapids, 258
Griggs, Sharon, Keola
Gross, Jacquelin, Broolclyn, 221
Gross, Kalherine, Wellsburg, 132, 238, 239
Gross, La Vonne, Cedar Falls, 29, 196, 204.
Grove, Donald, New Hamplon, 142
Grove, Mary, Marshalllown
Grover, Nancy, Clulier, 132, 205, 230, 237
Groves, Nancy, Wha'r Cheer
Grubb, Bonnie Cedar Falls
Gruber, Marilynn, Waukon, 221, 231
Guenlher, Virginia, Brill, 203, 205, 237
Harms, Janice, Anamosa, 192
Harned, Jacqueline, Cedar Falls
Harner, June, Swea Cily, 237
Harp, Jack, Cedar Falls
Harper, La Vonne, Cedar Falls, 139
Heick, Beverly, Tip'ron
Heidecker, Irene, Graeliinger
Heiden, John, Denison, 131
Heiiner, Ramona, Greenfield, 221, 239
Heinselman, James, Clarksville, 208, 231
Guldager, Joyce, Cedar Falls, 258
Gunderson, Leonard, Forl Dodge
Gunnell, Audrey, Walerloo, 232
Gulknechl, Alhur, Hudson
Hadley, Leon, Richland, 244
Hafner, Marianna, Lells, 132, 205, 237
Hageman, Richard, Eslherville
Hagenson, Mildred, Cedar Falls
Hagg, Dorolhy, Algona, 132, 207
Harpin, Barbara, Creslon
Harr, Helen, Cedar Falls
Harriman, Janel, Council Bluffs, 133
Harringlon, Palricia, Walerloo
Harris, Alma, Walerloo
Harris, Barbara, Rolfe, 207
Harris, Dorolhy, Renwick
Harris, Edwin, Renwick, 122, 123, 258,
Harris, Joy, Grinnell, 132, 204,231
Harrison, Joyce, lndianola, 238
Harler, Dorolhy, Logan
Haribeck, Mildred, Colesburg, 97, 116, 183,
Heinzerolh, Barbara, lowa Falls, 231
Heisler, Mary, Vinlon, 81, 96, 97, 116, 183,
191, 208, 250
Held, Lois, Geneva, 237
Helkenn, Carol, Davenporl
1-lelkenn, Dawn, Davenporl, 217, 238, 258
Helland, David, Belmond
Helland, Roberl, Cedar Rapids, 61, 204
Heman, Dorolhy, Dedham, 205, 229
Hembryl Wanda, Lamoni, 233
Hemphill, Sandra, Cedar Falls
Henderson, Carolyn, Spencer, 252
Hahn, Palricia, Ollumwa, 116, 206, 252
Hainer, Ann, Auslin, Minnesola
Hake, Parry, Cedar Falls 97, 129, 131, 133,
236, 237, 253
206, 226, 237, 253
Harlman, James, Warerloo
Harlman, Mary, Burlinglon
Henderson, Donald, Cedars Falls, 185, 209,
Henderson, Jeanie, Rolfe, 207, 234
Henrich, Esle11e,Al'ron, 132, 213, 229
Hall, Barbara' Council Bluffs, 104, 252
Hall, Gerrrude, Cylinder
Hall, Pairicia, Nevada, 205, 237
Hall, Roberl, Cedar Falls
Hall, Zula, Cedar Falls
Haller, Avis, Des Moines, 215
Halslead, Norma, Coggon
Halfer, Adelia, Cedar Falls
Halverson, Belly Ann, Dysarl, 208, 238, 239
Halverson, Nancy, Mclnlire
Hamann, Charlolle, Council Bluffs
Hamann, Susan, Rock Valley, 133, 229
Hamillon, Merle, lowa Falls, 212, 222
Hammer, Janel, Bode, 176, 207, 229
Hammer Sede11,Swea Cily, 237
Hand, Carol, Charlolle
Handlen, Thomas, Mc Clelland, 116, 223,
Hanes, Roy, Wellsburg, Wesl Virginia
Hanna, Jo Ann, Lake Mills, 221
Hannel, Marilyn, Odebo1l,221
Hansen, Avonna, Walerloo
Hansen Donald, Council Bluffs, 251
Hansen Jacqueline, Newell, 139, 231
Hansen Jane, Nevada
Hansen Leon Rex, Cedar Falls
Hansen Leon Thomas, Cedar Falls
Hansen Madelyn, Manilla, 207
Hansen, Margery, Harlley, 176, 231
Hansen Marilyn, Greene, 176, 221
Hansen Norma, Marshalllown
Hansen Palricia, Lu Verne, 131, 133, 237
Hansen Roger, Cedar Falls
Sheila, Belmond 231
Susan, Pewaukee, Wisconsin, 139,
216, 219, 224, 237, 247
Hanshaw, Larry, Fairfield, 204
Hansmeier, Roberl, Waukon, 89, 244
Hanus, Dorolhy, Traer, 229
Harai, Slanley, Kona, Hawaii
Harbaugh, Rosalee, Jefferson
Hiardacre, Barbara, Cedar Rapids
Hare, Leonard, Ballle Creek
Harfsl, Richard, Reinbeck, 258
Harmon, Jack, Chicago, lllinois, 204, 244
Harmon, Jerry, lowa Falls, 131
Harms, Erna, Holland
Harlman, William, Creslon
Harisock, Lowell, Havelock
Harward, Roscoe, Canlril
Harwood, Johna, Delroif, Michigan, 211,
214, 242, 258
Haskins, Charles, Harlan
Hasse, Eslher, Burl, 221, 235
Haslings, Janice, Walerloo
Halrih, Jane'r, Springville
Halch, Sharon, Cenlral Cily, 133, 217
Hallield, Willard, Independence
Hauge, Cynlhia, Brill
Hauge, Verles, Lake Mills, 139
Haurum, Harian, Cedar Falls
Hauseman, Roberl, Cedar Rapids, 204, 258
Hauser, Emma Jane, Cedar Falls, 111, 117,
Hausladen, La Vonne, Waferloo
Havens, Palricia, Monlour, 132
Havens, Sandra! Walerloo
Havran, Dorla, Keyslone
Hawks, Nancy, Council Bluffs, 220
Hawkins, Beverly, Mason Cily
Hawkins, Mary, Davenporl, 237, 250
Hay, Donald, Marion, 185, 209, 241
Hay, Kalhleene, Anamosa
Hayes, Alice, Warerloo, 196
Hayes, Audrey, Cedar Falls, 29, 204, 229
Hays, Mary, Dallas Cenler
Hays, Nancy, Dallas Cenler, 221
Hazama, Sylvia, Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, 263
Head, Carolyn, Toledo
Head, Merle, Toledo
Healey, John, Walerloo
Healy, Yvonne, Vinlon, 133
Healh, Lois, Walerloo
Healh, Sherri, Exira
Healon, Richard, Walerloo
Hebner, Jane, Jefferson, 235
Hebrank, David, Slrawberry Poinl'
Hecker, Howard, Audubon
Hedum, Karen, Whiling, 116, 192, 231
Heeren, Delores, Jewell
Heerls, Judilh, Holland
Helilin, Annelle, lowa Falls, 215,237
Hegarly, John, Tiplon, 233
Hegland, Emelie, Ames
Hennies, Joan, Donnellson, 122, 132 221
Henning, Alberl, Walerloo, 208, 258, 265
Henning, Ronald, Knoxville
Hennings, Yvonne, Elberon, 139, 221, 237
Hensley, John, Liscomb, 212
Hensley, Roberl, Cumberland
Henry, Gloria, Cedar Falls
Henryson, Thelma, Slory Cily
Henlzelman, Shirley, Davenporl
Heral, Elaine, Cedar Rapids, 131, 176
Hermann, Erwin' Cedar Falls
Hermann, Jeanelle, Cedar Falls
Herold, Rosemary, Forl Alkinson
Herold, Valerie, Forl Alkinson
Herr, Eleanor, Keswick, 208, 243
Herring Donna, Cedar Rapids, 258
Herring, Margarel, Creslon, 117, 131, 217,
Herron, Maureen, Red Oak, 258
Hershberger, James, Kalona, 142, 149, 177
Hess, James. Clin'ron
Hessenius, Roger, Cedar Rapids, 177, 185,
Heywood, Janice, Eslherville, 229
Hibbard, John, Humboll
Hickey, Shirley, Sanborn, 132, 176, 229
Hicks Barbara, Cedar Falls, 236, 237
Hicks Eslher, Des Moines, 116, 118, 183,
194, 213, 226, 252, 258
Hicks, Nancy, Cherokee, 80, 238, 239
Hicks, Shirley Ann, Ames
Shirley Anne, We-sl Des Moines
Hidore, John, Cedar Falls
Higa, Kosei, Cedar Falls
Higdon, Dale, Walerloo, 122, 126, 182, 258
Higdon, Slanleyl Walerloo
Higdon, Suzanne, Websler Cily, 258
Hilberlr, Waller, Cedar Falls
Hileman, Shirley, Walerloo
Hill, Carolyn, Manly
Hill, Donald, Eslherville, 239
Hill, Richard, Auburn, 229
Hilmer, Beverly, Walerloo
Himan, Leland, Palmer
Hinds, Shirley, Norlhwood
Hingsl, Geneive, Burlinglon, 219, 224, 258
Hinkley, Ted, Renwick
Hinfon, Belly, Colo
Hiskey, Eugene, Cedar Falls, 263
Hiskey, Verda, Cedar Falls, 258
Hix, Margaref, Sform Lake, 223, 229
Hoare, Helen, Somers, 207, 230
Hobarl, Marie, Emmefsburg, 237
Hodson, Joan, Plymoufh
Hoeg, Gene, Walerloo
1-loeg, Randolyn, Reinbeck
Hoepesr, Virginia, Reinbeck
Hoier, Doris, Tama, 233
Holler, Larry, Cedar Falls, 117, 177, 244
Hoffman, Carolyn, Hudson
Hoffman, Joann, Des Moines, 193, 215, 258
Holfmeier, Delmar, Lowden, 235
Hogan, Richard, Keyslone
Hoium, Fairh, Mason Cily, 252
Holden, Marlene, Hurnboldl, 133
Holland, Donald, Roland, 96, 99, 150, 151,
152, 160, 177
Holle, James, Clinfon
Holliday, Julia, Glenwood, 237
Hollis, George, Hudson
Holmberg, Tom, Cedar Falls, 89
Holmes, Donald, Cedar Falls
Holmes, John, Ames, 193
Holmes, Kalhleen, Slocklon
Holmes, Suzanne, Marion
Hollan, Larry, Lake Mills
Holub, Nancy, Wyoming, 237
Homolar, Darlene, Hudson
Honohan, Kay, Boone, 119, 196, 204, 258
Hoobler, James, Emmelsburg, 139
Hood, Theresa, Anamosa, 213, 229,245
Hoogland, Rodney, Orange Cily, 142, 148,
Hoppe, Nancy, Anamosa
Horn, Dorolhy, Forl Dodge, 126, 192,235
Horn, Janef, Rowley, 234
Horn, Laroy, Dubuque, 150, 155, 160, 161,
177, 190, 195, 258
Horn, Sally, Forl' Dodge, 126, 127, 182, 192,
Horslmann, Harold, Toronfo
Horlon, Loren, Murray, 116, 119, 131, 133,
186, 190, 195, 210, 212,232,258
Hoskins, Mary Susan, Richland, 132, 139,
203, 206, 237
Ho1'Z, Judilh, Forl' Dodge, 205, 237
Hovmark, Cena, Hamplon
Howard, Virginia, Parkersburg
Howe, Alice, Cedar Falls
Howe, Dorolhy, Lake Cify, 230
Howell, Mary, Nashua
Howery, Barbara, Walerloo
Hruska, Belly, Sioux Cily
Hubacher, Dorolhy, Monona, 133, 217
Hubbard, Keilh, Walerloo
Hudepohl, Annelfe, Oxford, 206, 235
Hudson, Virginia, Walerloo
Huebsch, William, Slrawberry Poinl, 139
Hueholf, Laverne, Ml, Pleasanl
Huggins, Herberla, Redfield, 104, 205, 243
Hughes, Arthur, Weferloo
Hull, Duane, Walerloo
Hull, Joyce, Carlisle
Hummel, Joan, Des Moines
Humphrey, Frederick, Cedar Falls
Humphreys, Dale, Wyman
Hudling, Joyce, Breda, 132, 205,239
Hunr, Harold, Van Horne
Hunl, Paula, Des Moines, 139,237
Hunler, Judifh, Wesl Liberly, 205, 237
Hunlinglon, Roberl, Davenporf, 160, 161,
163, 177, 226, 239, 244, 258
Hurlbul, Mary, Muscaline, 91, 130, 186,
188, 202, 235, 258
Hurley, James, Evansdale
l'1urSl', Frank, 98, 116, 212, 236
Hurf, Beverly, Davenporf, 97, 104, 192, 231
Husak, Peler, Toledo, 229
Hushagen, Virginia, Walerloo, 111
Husmann, Honorine, Manchesler, 104
Hulcheson, Veda, Murry
Hulchins, Sandra, Des Moines, 116, 252
Hulchinson, Roger, Marion
Hulchinson, William, Algona
Huff, Palricia, Madrid, 120, 258
Hufzell, Floyd, Algona, 133
Huyck, Judilh, Toledo
Hynes, Sharon, Rulhven, 116, 249
ldso, Virginia, Alden, 218, 219, 224, 237,
Ikeda, Hiroshi, Hilo, Hawaii, 263
lmmings, Bonnie, Dike
lnamasu, Helen, Kahului, Hawaii, 202, 231
lngerson, Janel, Sl. Paul, Minnesola
lnnis, Elizabelh Ann, Paullina, 122, 139, 221,
lnsko, Joy, Manson, 237
lrelan, Evelyn, Bloomfield
Irish, Sheila, Forl Dodge, 131, 133, 237
Irvine, Mary, Lake Park, 132
lsaacson, Donna, Charles Cily
lsaak, Oliver, Tripp, Soulh Dakola, 142, 145,
lsenhower, Roberf, Hudson, 131, 160
llo, Asako, Hilo, Hawaii
Jackson, Colleen, Slale Cenier, 122, 253
Jacobi, Eslher, Warerloo
Jacobs, Jacqueline, Buckingham, 207
Jacobsen, Curfis, Tyler, Minnesola
Jacobsen, lone, Meriden
Jacobsma, Sianley, Hospers
Jacobson, Phyllis, Emmelsburg, 214, 234
James, Theresa, Cenler Junclion
James, Wendell, Manchesler, 99
Jamison, Beverly, Sheliheld, 133
Jamieson, Eldon, Waleiloo
Jansen, Vergie, Spiril Lake, 215
Janssen, Jean, New Hamplon, 208,237
Janssen, Lewis, Cedar Falls, 259
Jay, Joanne, Forl Dodge, 202
Jenkins, Janel, Council Blulzls, 228
Jennings, Dixie, Columbus Junclion, 176, 207
Jennings, Vera, Janesville
Jensen, Dennis, Sioux Ciiy, 106, 107, 116,
Jensen, James, Waferloo
Jensen, Joyce, Dayron, 176
Jensen, June, Walerloo
Jensen, Kennelh, lndependence, 133, 234
Jensen, Nina, Cedar Falls
Phyllis, Warringlon, Florida, 259
Jensen, Rulhann, Ml. Pleasanl
Jensen, Virginia, Slory Cily, 131, 221
Jensen, Waller, Slory Cily
Jerabek, Jo Anne, Cedar Rapids, 243, 259
Jesser, Jo Anne, Des Moines, 229
Jewel, Alice, Mendola, lllinois, 242
Johansen, Harold, Coulfer
Johns, Dennis, Zearing
Audrey, Decorah, 116, 234
Johnson, Carl, Walerloo
Johnson, Carol, Walerloo
Johnson, Carroll, Walerloo
Johnson, Dale, Lillle Cedar, 236, 241
Johnson, Donald E., Auslinville
Johnson, Donald Richard, Chicago, lllinois
Johnson, Donna Joan, Dows
Johnson, Donna Mae, Pomeroy, 205
Johnson, Eileen, Wesl Bend
Johnson, Eldon, Janesville
Johnson, Evelie, Cedar Falls
Gloria, Humboldl, 49, 51, 116,
122, 124, 192, 250
Johnson, Grela, Bonne, 116, 122, 234,250
Johnson, lrine, La Porfe Cily
Johnson, Judilh, Cedar Falls, 205
Johnson, Lois, Primghar, 207
Johnson, Lucille, Greene, 207
Johnson, Mable, Orienl, 132, 237
Johnson, Mariorie, Tripoli, 122, 234
Johnson, Phyllis, Oelwein, 97, 102, 197, 206
Johnson, Richard Arlen, Walerloo
Johnson, Richard, Ollosen
Johnson, Roberl, O1'1'osen, 212
Johnson, Rulh, Lake Mills, 221, 233, 245
Johnson, Sylvia, Cedar Falls, 113, 139, 217,
Johnsron, Gary, Coon Rapids
Johnslon Kalhryn, Hornick, 205, 231
Johnslon, Margrel, Cedar Falls, 229, 252
Johnslon Mary, Janesville
Johnslone, James, Boone
Jones, Charles, Nashua
Jones, Drexel, Manly
a, Soldier, 131, 217, 237, 259
Jones, James, Monlezuma
Jones, Jerry, Nashua, 156
Jones, John, New Albin, 131
Jones, Linda, Wall Lake, 132
Jones, Marilyn, Rose Hill, 205, 237
Jones, Nancy, Forl Madison, 217
Jones, Roberl' Chamberlain, Rock Valley,
Jones, Roberl, Junior, Hancock
Jones, Sharon, Olin, 104, 221
Jones, Thomas, Ogden
Jonker, Vera, Orange Cily, 139
Joranko, Merle, Walerloo
Jordan, Virginia, Linn Grove
Jorgensen, Barbara, Calamus, 207
Jorgensen, James, New Harlford
Junge, Palricia, Gladbrook
Junkin, Janice, Edo De Zulia, Venezuela,
Junko, Joanne, Lawler
Kahl, Doris, lda Grove
Kahl, Nina, Rock Rapids, 104, 205
Kahle, Elizabelh, Mason Cily, 202
Kahler, Marilyn, Ogden
Kahlslorl, Donna, Brill, 233, 259
Kainz, lola, Elkader, 229
Kainz, Mariorie, Elkader, 229
Kaiser, Marilyn, Arlinglon
Kaldenberg, Carole, Des Moines, 207
Kaneshiro, 1-lazel, 1-lonolulu, 1-lawaii, 202,
Kao, Rulh, Cedar Falls
Kapler, Philip, Denison, 131, 235
Kaplan, Clark, Moorland
Karamilros, Ellie, Mason Cily
Karkosh, La Vonne, Reinbeck, 221
Kaska, Marie, Fairfield, 132, 205, 229
Kaskadden, Nancy, Oelwein, 133
Kalalinich, John, Walerloo, 133
Kaulakis, Simone, Clinlon, 229
Kaup, Beverly, Burlinglon, 214
Kazim, Maassouma, Cairo, Egypl, 263
Keese, Belly, Greenlield, 221, 229
Keilh, Belva, Walerloo
Keilh, Charlolle, Hudson
Keilh, Donald, Reinbeck
Kellogg, Roberl, Des Moines
Kelley, Alvie, Cedar Falls, 114
Kelly, Bernard, Cedar Falls
Kelly, Belly, Cedar Falls, 210
Kelly, Thomas, Clinlon
Kelso, Mary, New 1-lamplon
Kemper, Gladys, Muscaline, 132, 203, 205,
Kennedy, Janice, Grand Junclion, 229
Kenny, Roberla, Walerloo, 176, 229
Keoppel, Donald, Aplinglon, 246
Keough, Dorolhy, Cedar Falls, 1l1
Kepner, 1-larold, Garrison
Kerr, William, Walerloo
Kerwick, Mary, Emmelsburg
Kessler, Kae, Rock Valley, 116, 192, 236
Kibbie, Eleanor, Shell Rock
Kidwell, Ann, Freeporl, Illinois, 104, 132,
Kier, Virginia, Tiplon, 133
Kies, Rosemary, Jesup
Kiesey, Roberl, Washinglon, 228
Kiger, Elaine, Spencer, 131
Kilmer, Anne, Forl Dodge
Kim, Suk, Seoul, Korea
Kinney, Roberl, Walerloo
Kirby, Delores, Lake Cily, 230
Kirk, Lois Joan, Sioux Falls, Soulh Dakola,
Kirkham, Nancy, Anila
Kirkpalrick, Janel Darlene, Norlh English,
Kirkpalrick, Mary, Cedar Falls
Kiser, Janice, Willon Junclion, 131, 132,
Kilzman, Belly, Cedar Falls
Kiaer, Theodore, Cedar Falls, 259
Klassen, Joan, Walerloo, 229, 259
Klall, 1-lugo, Tacoma, Washinglon, 188, 201,
Kleen, Mary, Renwick, 205
Klein, Jack, Walerloo
Klein, Phyllis, Burlinglon, 217, 243
Kleinow, Raymon, McGregor, 109
Kleinschmidl, Shirley, Clarksville, 104
Klepper, Geraldine, Oneida
Kline, Barbara, Malvern, 133
Klink, Donald, Maxwell
Klinoll, Agnes, Walerloo
Klinolzl, Jack, Brandon
Klisarl, Joel, Ossian, 229
Klisarl, Luke, Ossian, 191, 259
Kloosler, Janice, Algona, 238
Knaack, Barbara, Manning, 104, 221, 235
Knesel, Dale, Walerloo
Knighl, Gladys, Silver Cily, 126, 204, 205
Knighl, Lorna, Ackley
Knighl, Myrna, Ackley
Knighl, Roberl Vernon, Bridgewaler, 212
Knock, Roberl, Marengo
Knox, Eloise, Clinlon, 116
Knox, Karen, lowa Falls, 92, 215, 231
Knudson, Beverly, Des Moines
Koch, Dennis, Cedar Falls
Koch, Gordon, Hudson
Koch, Paul, Preslon
Ladeholl, Leo, Gladbrook
Laipple, George, Faulkner
Lake, Pally, Manly, 104, 133, 206
Lakin, Roberl, Des Moines
Lamb, Ellen, Chelsea
Lamb, Janice, Chelsea, 192
Lamb, Shirley, Marshalllown, 202
Lamberl, Gerald, Maguokela, 107, 229
Lammerl, Duane, Poslville
Lamoreux, Clarence, Des Moines, 212, 232
Lamson, Mary, Ames
Lanaghan, Richard, Clinlon, 142, 143, 160,
Landau, Arlhur, Cedar Falls, 142, 144, 146
Landlair, Billy, DeWill, 201, 231
Landman, Joan, Keokuk, 83, 206
Lane, Jesse, Eddyville
Lane, Marcelene, Farley
Lane, Mary, Walerloo
Lane, Mayrose, 116, 131, 211, 213, 236, 237
Lane, William, Clinlon
Lang, Roberl, Chicago, Illinois, 246
Lange. Donald, Davenporl, 116, 164, 165,
Lange, Marilynn, McGregor
Lange, Nancy, Decorah, 133, 231, 250
Langholz, Mariean, Calumel
Langin, John, Des Moines
Langlas, Nancy, Marengo, 139, 207, 238,
Lapel, Carol, Denison, 253
Larsen, Eslher, Cedar Falls
Larsen, Isabelle, Cedar Falls
Larson, Corrine, Aurelia, 97, 116, I17, I20.
l9B, 215, 219, 240, 249, 259
Larson, Lu Anne, Walerloo
Larson, Margarel, Cedar Falls
, Mary, Knoxville, 104
Larson, Palricia, Woden
Larson, Richard, Mason Cily, 246
Larson, Sylvia, Manchesler, 133, 139, 217,
Koesller, Dale, Algona
Kolron, Philip, Cedar Falls
Kohlol, Lea, Anlhon, 176
Kohlmann, J. Conrad, Dubuque
Krukow, Diane, De Will, 132
Krumm, Larry, Grinnell, 106, 244
Kuch, Leland, Van l-lorn
Kuehl, Joyce, Elkporl, 205, 234
Kuenslling, Alberla, Walerloo
Kuenslling, Carolyn, Walerloo
Kuhens, Galen, Harpers Ferry, 222, 241
Kulper, Beverly, Gullenberg
Kulper, Roberl, Colesburg
Kunerl, Janice, 1-lumboldl, 235
Kunkle, Paul, Charles Cily
Kimmel, Judilh, Sheldon
Kimrey, Donna, Woodward, 203, 206, 236,
Kimura, Morris, Kona, 1-lawaii, 263
King, Jack, Clinlon, 89, 139, 189, 231
King, James Emery, Albia
King James Wilbur, Clarinda
King Roberl, Clinlon
King Russell, Cenler Poinl, 131
King, Vera, Walerloo
,Wayne, Clinlon, 133, 228
Kunz, Palricia, Emmelsburg, 205, 229
Kurlh, Warren, Collax
Kussalz, La Rae, Osage, 133, 204, 235
Kvidera, Arlhur, Tama
Kyhl, Mary, Cedar Falls
Kyle, Barbara, Greene, 132, 205
Lackore, Gene, Cedar Falls, 25, 226, 231,
Ladeholci, Sandra, Davenporl, 238, 239
Lasaler, Ada, Sigourney, 233
Laskowski, Dixie, Shellield, 228
Lass, Jo Ann, Des Moines
Lalch, Myrna, Spencer, 176, 207, 215
Laube, Lolila, 1-larlan, 217
Lauer, Shirley, Cherokee, 132, 207, 239
Laughlin, Donald, Walerloo, 96, 251
Laughlin, Mary, Balavia, 132, 207, 238, 239
Laurilzen, Jerry, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin,
Laulerbach, James, Walerloo
Laverly, Doris, Gilman
Lawrence, Marvin, Cedar Falls, 259
Lawrence, William, Arlinglon
Lawson, Jean, Marion, 132, 231
Lawson, Mariorie, Ames
Laylon, Sydney, Cedar Falls
Le Brun, Elaine, Burl, 205, 229
Leary, Roger, Jesup, 164, 177
Leaverlon, Charleen, Pocahonlas, 176, 215
Lee, Richard, Slorm Lake, 246
176, 203, 220
Lee, Rulh, DeWill,
Lee, William, Slorm Lake, 240, 246
Leeper, Terry, Washinglon
Leerholf, Rulh, Parkersburg
Leel, Richard, Walerloo, 234
McAvoy, Gary, Walnul, 239, 246
Leierink, Joyce. Cresco
Lehman, Florence, Warerloo
Lehman, Marlene, Brandon, 203,205
Lehnus, Gwendolyn, Rolie. 122, 126, 238.
Lehr, William, Lisbon, 114
Lehrer, Mary,S1'i1Iwa1er, Minnescla, 116,
122, 124, 126, 182, 183, 190, 195, 229
Leiling, Mary, Maple River, 229
Lei1h,Jane+, I-lavelock, 132, 207
Lemley, Joy, Myslic, 207, 228
Lenharf, Joan Louise, Tama, 238
Lennier, Frances, 1-Iubbard, 133, 202,259
Lenlz, Donerfe, Marshallrown, 132. 188,201
Lesauski, Felix, Walerloo
Lesch, Ann, Forlr Madison, 132, 231
Lesher, Gerlrude. Clarion, 192, 221
C. Larry, Davenporl
Arlene, Goldlield, 101
Leffow, Connie, Alden
Lewis, Lawrence, Cedar Falls
Lewis, Marilyn, Waierloo, 121. 198, 202,
Lewis, Roberl. Cedar Falls
Lewis, Sandra, Cedar Falls
Lewis, Shirley, Cooper, 133
Lieb, Richard, Pocahonias, 25, 96, 122, 199
Lighl, Doris, Lisbon. 104, 206, 245
Liliegren, David, Daylon, 131, 189, 251
Lind. I-larry, Cedar Falls, 209
Lind, Kennelh, Cedar Falls. 116, 241
Lowman, Donald, Laurens, 131, 230
Lowman, Marilyn, Algona, 104, 219
Lowry, Melvin, Callender
Lucas, Barbara, I-larlan, 126, 176, 192, 218,
Lufkin, Palricia, Cylinder, 205
Lumley, Darwyn, Aplingion
Lundbeck, Anna. Royal, 214, 259
Lunde, Du Wayne, Monona
Lunde, I-Iugh, Osage, 196, 204, 259
Lundquisl, James, Davenporl, 164, 166, 177
Lusson, Jo Ann, Iowa Falls, 196, 204, 218,
Lydon, Delores, Greenfield, 133, 186. 221,
Lynch, Delores. Cedar Falls, 217, 238, 239,
Lynch, Delvin, Waverly
Lynch, Richard, Cedar Falls, 139, 170, 171.
217, 238, 259
Lynes, Richard, Warerloo, 239
Lyons. Allan, Sr. Anrhony, 251
Lyons, Richard, Van 1-lorne
Maccormack, Florence, Parkersburg
Mace, David, Warerloo
Macek, Carlo. Forl Dodge
Mack, Mary, Walerloo
Mackinlosh, Nancy. Livermore, 132, 237
Dorofhie, Cedar Falls
Maddy, Joyce, Eldora
Maddy, Paul, Eldora
Lindaman, Ruih. Ackley. 132
Lindblom, Carol, Anila, 235
Lindblom, John, Waukon, 133
Linden, Donna, Kiron, 132, 234
Lingo, Doris, Marengo, 235
Linsley, Jane. Adel, 259
Lipperr, Richard. Jolley
Lockharl, Everell, Oelwein
Lockwood, James, Pomeroy. 120, I22, 182.
Loe, Linnea, Royal, 116, 133,
Loiiiredo, Fred, Chicago, Illinois 35, 98.
156, 158, 177, 229, 246, 259
Loilus, Jeannine, Forl Dodge,
Logan, Jackson, Washinglon
54, 207, 229
Logan, James, Cedar Falls, 168
Lohmeyer, Darlene, Waferloo, 139
Lohr, Ronald, Corona, Soulh Dakoia
Long, Eugene, Vinlon
Long, Ralph, Cedar Falls, 185, 209, 259
Longman, Janice, Lyffon, 230
Madouras. John, Mason Cily, 200
Madison, Marian, Eagle Grove, 221
Madsen, Donna, Laurens. 208, 234
Madsen, Rulh, Laurens, 116, 234, 240, 243
Madison, Agnes, Madrid
Madson, Carol, Rockford, Illinois
Madson. Grace, Brifl, 139
Mahannah, Shirley, Keokuk, 96, 97, 116,
Maher, William, Waierloo
Mahon, Rulh, Cedar Falls
Mahurin, Pairicia. Brandon
Maire, Rose, Monlicello, 131. 243
Malcomson, Clark, Le Roy, Minnesofa
Mallas, Jay. Walerloo
Manahl, Bonnie, Washinglon, 131, 194, 217
Mann, Dororhy, Forf Dodge
Mapes, Myrna, Earlham. 105
Marcellus, Marilyn, 1-lumboldl, 132, 203,
Mardorli, Jane, Monricello, 187, 206, 216.
Maricle, Eugene, Walerloo
Marker, Ellen, Chicago, Illinois, 132
Lorenzen, Ed, Walerloo
Lonning, Philip. Waukon, 244
Loomis, Donald, Des Moines
Loomis, Donna, Arlinglon
Lorhringer, Kay, Dakofa Cily, 205
Loveioy, Mary Lou, Cylinder, 104
Loven. Vivian, Waukon, 234. 259
Lower, James, Cedar Falls
Lowell, Barbara, Fairfield, 133, 139, 218,
Maroli, Ralph, Monlicello
Marrs, Marlene, Charles Cily
Marsh, Marlha, Sioux Rapids, 90. 116, 215,
218, 219, 253
Marlens, Clillord, Missouri Valley, 212
Marlin, Belly, Tipron, 205
Marlin, Mary, Tiplon, 176, 207
Marhahn, Doris, Greene
Maske, Sally, Oxford, 102, 213
Mason, Dolores, Ollumwa, 139, 238, 239
Masson, Arlys, Lilrlle Falls, Minnesofa
Masl, Samuel, Fairbank, 98
Masreller, Edwin, Independence, 156, 158
Malsui, Rurh, Lanai Cily, 1-lawaii, 116
Mall, Nancy. La Porfe Cify, 133
Malreson, Paul. Aurora
Mallhews, Carol, Clinion, 221, 252
Malrhews. David, Waukon
Maflox, Larry Warerloo, 139, 189, 241
Marzen, Eileen. Riceville, 122. 235
Maupin, Kennerh, Rockford
Maxson, Barbara, Spirir Lake, 207
Maxwell, Ralph, Marshalllown
Mayhew. Elaine, Mr. Auburn
Maynard, Frederick, Cedar Falls, 232
Maynard, Jerry. Maquokela
Mayo. Delores, Grinnell
McAuley, Jack, Cedar Falls
McBride, Janet Nevada, 116, 217, 252
McBurney, Margaret 1-Iumboldl, 133
McCa11ey, David, Marion, 116, 241
McCar'rney, Sally, Boone, 87, 116, 219, 250
McCauley, Marilyn Jane. Monroe. 132
McCaus+Iand. Earl. Lime Springs, 109
McChesney, Shirley, Walerloo, 178, 179,
McC1eary, Clark, Davenporl'
McClure, Mary, Rockwell Cily, 133
McClure, Parricia, Tama, 237
McClure, Sally. Des Moines, 221
McCord. David, Toledo
McCoy, John, Cenrer Poinl
McCoy, Lois. Tiplon
McCracken, Fred, Des Moines. 200
McCrea1h, Dororhy, 1-lamillon, Illinois, 133
McCreery, Vera, Gladbrook
McCue. Roberl, Sumner, 110
McCullough, Shirley. Oxford
McCuskey, Jon, Iowa Cily, 142, 246
McDaniel, Kalhryn, Walerloo
McDaniel, Willadine, Melrose, 233
McDonald, Elizabelh, Delmar
McDonald, Teressa. De Sola, 233
McDonald, Rufh, Jewell
McEachran. Norma, Mason Cily, 191, 208,
McElhose, Kim, Walerloo
McGarvey, Marlys, 1-ludson, 116, 122. 186,
191, 208, 229, 253, 260
McGill, Palricia, Grandview, 104, 221, 228
McGinnis, Donald, Algona
McGivern, Eugene, Marengo, 224, 260
McGovern, Bernadelle, Independence, 229
McGra1h, Agnes. Cedar Falls
McGralh, James, Cedar Falls
McGrew, Jean. Cedar Falls, 90, 96, 97,
120, 121, I22, 190, 195, 236, 251, 260
McGu11in, Neal, Cedar Rapids. 156
McGuire, Mary, Brifl
McGuire, Pafricia, Mason Cily
Mclnroy, Reed, Cedar Falls
Mclnlire, Roberl, Kenl. 116, 131. 189, 239.
McKee. John, Waferloo
McKee, Roberla, Cedar Falls. 186, 238, 239.
McKee, Roger, Cedar Falls, 239. 260
McKenzie, Raymond, Cresfon, 156
McKifrick, Lou Ann, 1-lumboldr, 139
McLain, Evelyn, Emerson
McLaughlin, Marfha, Mediapolis, 229
McLuen, Wilma, Sruarr, 116, 122, 176, 208
McMullen, Jack, Cedar Falls
McNeal, Donovan, New Sharon
McQuigg, Rufh, Schaller, 133
McRo1Jer1s, Jerry, Warerloo, 121, 189
McSweeney, Kay, Riceville, 207, 229
McWhor'rer, Thomas, Walerloo
Meade, Norma, Denison
Means, Vera Maxine, Callender, 205, 228,
Meehan, Kalhleen, Madrid, 237
Meerdink, Lorna, Rock Valley, 231
Meier, Verlaine, Walerloo
Meic1ers,Joe11, Cedar Falls, 237
Meineke, Marilyn, Clarion, 221
Meldrum, Judy, Ames
Melichar, Paul, Cedar Falls, 189
Melles, Janice, Cedar Falls
Melles, Warren, Paullina
Melrose, Nancy, Charles Cily
Melugin, Dorolhy, Iowa Falls
Menning, Arnold, Alron
Menfzer, James, Cedar Rapids, 209
Merical, Shirley, Redfield, 221
Merry, Ardilh, Cedar Falls, 139, 237
Mersch, Mary Ann, New 1-1amp1on,229
Mersrnan, Ramona, Eldora, 221, 230
Mervin, Roberl, Walerloo
Messer, John, Warerloo, 231
Messerschmirl, Eva, 1-ledrick, 236, 237
Messersmilh, Mary, Menlo
Meyer, Alice, Kanawha
Meyer, Carol, lowa Falls
Meyer, Donald, Peferson, 97, 108, 116, 209
212, 231, 241
Meyer, Edward, Walerloo
Meyer, Jo Ann, Parkersburg, 231
Rulh, Aplingion, 219
Meyers, Marcele, Greene
Meylhaler, Janice, Independence, 205
Michell, Gwendolyn, Rockford
Mickelson, Don, Forf Dodge, 139, 208,212
Micou, Cliveen, Walerloo
Micldlelon, Lorella, Belrendorl, 122, 123,
182, 192, 204, 245
Mikesh, Marvin, Decorah
Mikkelson, Mona, BriH, 228, 233
Miles, Richard, Colfax, 150, 260
Miles, Slanley, Clear Lake, 185, 209
Miller, Arlene, Spencer, 132, 234
Miller, Armond, 1-lampfon, 202, 212, 260
Miller, Bernice, Benson, Arizona
Miller, Beverly, Davenporl, 221, 237
Miller, Carl, Sioux Rapids
Miller, Donald, Cedar Falls
Miller, Jacguelyn, Wiora, 234
Miller, James, Sform Lake
Miller, Leland, Hudson
Miller, Lucille, Clarion, 90, 215, 218, 219,
Miller, Phillip, Walerloo
Miller, Regina, Marne, 218, 229, 242
Miller, Roger, Walerloo
Milligan, Dolores, Collins, 211
Millikin, Irwin, Ames
Mineharl, John, Waferloo, 232
Mirchell, James, New Sharon
Mirchell, Josephine, Reinbeck
Milchell, Lois, New Providence, 133
Milsuda, 1-lelen, 1-lilo, 1-lawaii, 260
Milfs, Doris, Cedar Falls
Mills, Jon, Lake Park
Mills, Richard, Lake Park, 97, 108
Miyabuchi, Jean, Puunene, Hawaii, 213
Miyasaki, Lorraine, 1-lonolulu, 1-lawaii
Moeller, Jeanelle, New Liberry, 205
Moeller, Marilyn, Palmer, 208
Moeller, Nancy, Eldridge
Moen, Charlolle, Lake Mills, 221, 252
Morlarl, Charlolfe, Sioux Cily
Mo1:B+, Thompson, Tiplon -
Mollirr, Theodore, New 1-1ar'1'lord, 195
Mohl, Marilyn, Davenporf
Mohr, Alyse, Terril, 248
Mohr, LaVonne, Charlolre, 191, 208, 235,
Molloy, Mary, Independence, 207, 229
Mong, Roloerl, Waverly
Monks, William, Elkader, 139
Monfgomery, Mary, Des Moines, 219, 224,
Monlgomery, Palricia, Charilon, 191, 211,
208, 238, 239, 260
Monlgomery, Rufh, Brooklyn, 192, 221, 238,
Monlross, Dorla, Belle Plaine, 260
Mooers, Roloerl, Walerloo
Moody, Donald, Vinlon
Moon, Jerrold, Davenporl
Mooney, James, Waverly
Moore, Arla, Burl'
Moore, Barbara, Ames
Moore, Carol, Glidden, 133
Moore, Frank, Coon Rapids, 212
Moore, Joan, Colo
Moore, Margie, Graellinger, 215, 238, 239
Moore, Norman, Dallas
Moore, Sally, Glidden, 132, 237
Mordini, Lidia, Madrid, 221, 229
Moreland, Keilh, Forl' Dodge, 131, 189,260
Morey, Donna, Monlicello
Morlirr, Glenda, Sanborn, 133, 176
Morgan, Marvin, Denver
Morgan, Mary Ann, 1-lawarden, 229
Morgensen, Kennefh, Waferloo
Morikawa, Eslher, Waimea Kauai, 1-lawaii,
Morre, Marcia, Ames, 206
Morris, Karhleen, Marshalllown
Morris, William, Cedar Falls
Morrison, Janell, Linden, 133
Morrison, Jim, Grundy Cenler
Morrison, Mary, Sigourney, 229
Morrissey, Virginia, Monricello, 248
Morlensen, Nancy, Moorhead, 116, 133, 243
Morrimer, Don, Cedar Falls
Moser, Roger, Greene
Moser, Slanley, Walerloo
Mosley, Joella, Albia, 97, 104, 192, 221
Mowrer, Lee, Perry, 150, 155, 244
Muehlenlhaler, Morris, Sheldahl
Muhlenhaupr, Louann, Readlyn -
Mukai, Allison, Maui, 1-lawaii, 104, 124, 192,
221, 232, 245
Mulgrew, Beverly, Waferloo
Mullaney, Byron, Walerloo
Mullen, Mary, Des Moines, 219, 224
Muller, Gloria, Aplinglon
Munday, Leo, Leon, 212
Mundl, Margarel, Ida Grove, 207, 215, 238,
Munzenmaier, Marilyn, Des Moines
Murola, Calherine, 1'1i1o, 1-lawaii
Murphy, Richard, Cedar Falls
Muse, David, Pomeroy
Musick, Nina, Forl' Dodge
Musselrr, Lois, Waferloo, 215, 219, 224, 260
Myers, Alberl, Walerloo
Myers, Joseph. Cedar Falls
Myers, Margarel, Galesburg, Illinois, 202
Sandra, Cedar Rapids, 213, 234, 245
Nading, Dorolhy, Sfrawberry Poinf, 116
Nadler, George, Waferloo
Nagel, Barbara, Cedar Rapids, 126, 238,
Nagel, Larry, Manchesler, 260
Nairn, Mary, Maquokera, 205, 231
Nanke, Bernard, Warerloo
Narey, James, Waferloo
Narigon, Elinor, Nodaway, 203
Nau, Dixie, Des Moines
Naylor, Roger, Alberf Lea, Minnesola, 189
Neal, Wayne, Wes? Des Moines
Nealey, Charles, Wesl Burlinglon
Neessen, Jim, Waferloo
Neill, Agnes, Williams, 221
Nellor, Palricia, Charrer Oak
Nelsen, Mariorie, Dows, 104, 205, 236
Nelsen, Allon, Walerloo
Nelson, Donald, Alberl, 208, 236, 260
Donald, Merrill, 191
Nelson, Donna, Lehigh, 221
Nelson, John, Marshallfown
Nelson, Marion, Cedar Falls
Nelson, Mary, McCa11sburg
Norma, Manchesler, 217, 260
Ness, Larry, Pelerson 1
Neubaum, Janel, Map1elon,221, 237
Neuharr, Linda, Charles Cily, 116, 122, 213,
Neumann, Carl, 1-lamplon
Neve, Elsie, 132, 207
Nevenhoven, Norman, Davenporr, 231
Newell, Ellen, Gilman
Newell, Fern, Eldora
Newman, Evelyn, Cedar Falls
Newfon, Duane, Rockford, 177
Newfon, John, Des Moines, 87, 131, 133,
Newlon, Nancy, Greenfield, 122, 237
Ney, John, Walerloo
Nichols, Cleo, Knoxville
Nichols, Kennerh, Cedar Falls, 150, 177, 246
Niusl J Osborn
Nichols, Raymond, Cedar Falls
Nicklaus, Delberl, Parlcersburg, 62, I50, I5l
Niederl, Marlys, Walerloo
Niederl, Richard, Walerloo
Nielsen, Jaclc, Council Blulils, 98, 2l2
Nielsen, John, Cedar Falls, I89
Nielsen, Joyce, Preslon, I76
Nielsen, William, Paullina, I42
Nilles, Clarine, Gilmore Cily, IOI, 207, 229
Nimmo, I-larry, Monroe
Nishimori, Gerald, Kauai, I-lawaii, I07, 23I
Nissen, Dorolhy, I-Iamlin, 205
Nissen, Raymond, Oelwein, I50, l5l, I52,
is4, iss, 209
ean, Clinlon, 260
Olson, Shirley Jean, Eldridge, l32, 203
Olson, Shirley Maureen, Marshalllown, I92.
Olson, William, Cedar Falls, 96, IIO, l89,
Ollrogge, Ralph, NValerloo
Omori, Shirley, Kauai, I-Iawaii
O'Neill, Carole, Cedar Falls, 2I8, 250
ra, Gerlrude, I-lonolcaa, I-lawaii
Opheim, Elmer, Bode
Oren, Jean, Walerloo
Richard, Auburn, 229
Osborn, Aileen, Newlon, l32
e, Glenn, Omaha, Nebraska
Pearson, Phyllis, Alberl Cily
Pearl, Leonard, Forl Dodge, 2l2, 223
Pech, Shirley, Lamonl, 207
Pecinovslcy, Charles, Des Moines
Peden, Rulh, Gary, Soulh Dalcola, 2l5, 2l9
Pedelly, Lee, Nora Springs, I9I, 208
Pellell, Eloise, Allanlic H
Pellell, Susan, Hudson, 237
Pembroolc, Jean, Reinbeclc, I39
Pennoclc, Carolyn, Davenporl, 239
Perry, Neal, Walerloo
Peler, Marian, Lime Springs, 249
Pelers, Arlan, Plainfield
Pelers, Roberl, Ames, 23I
Noble, Curlis Bud, Riceville, I33, l37, 23l
Noble, I-larriel, Garner
Nolle, Annmarie, Allanlic, l26, 229
Nord, Juanila, Clinlon, 260
Nordly, Judilh, Cedar Falls
Norem, Kennelh, I-lanlonlown, I60, 216, 234
Norenberg, Slanley, Keola, 246
Norgaard, Norene, I-Iarlan, l3l, I33, 2l7,
Norman, Jo Anne, Riceville, 205, 235
Norman, Thomas, Thompson, 24I, 260
Norris, Charles, New Virginia
Norlh, George, Charles Cily
Norlhrup, William, Cedar Falls, 222
,Evelyn Kay, Newlon, I32, 237
Norvelll Mary, Cedar Falls
Nuss, Edgar, Gladbroolc
O'Brien, Anne, Algona, 2I5, 229
Nulling, Darlys, Spencer, I39, 2l5
Nulling, Neil, Walerloo
Nymann, Dewayne, Cedar Falls
Oberheu, Shirley, Waverly
O'Bradovich, Mary, Council Blulls, 228
Parlridge, Richard, Marshalllown
Olinger, Belly, Cedar Falls, I33
Kalhryn, Eslherville, I79, 247
O'Connell, Wilma, Fredericksburg
O'Connor, Rose, Walerloo
O'Connor, Sara, Missouri Valley, ,
Ogden, Vern, Odeboll, I50, 246
Ohlson, JoAnne, Cherolcee
Ohlson, Marvis, Spiril Lalce, 2l2, 22l
Oleson, James, Forl Dodge
Ollc, Donna, Shellield
Olsberg, Vonnie, Curlew, 205
Olsen, Carol, Audubon, I33, 2l2
Olsen, Conslance, Onawa, 230
Olsen, Donald, Des Moines
Olsen, Lois, Walerloo
Olsen, Mabel, Walerloo
Olsen, Mary Jean, Walerloo, 206, 245
Olsen, Mary Joan, Dow Cily, 2I4, 235
Olsgaard, Cynlhia, Clarence, I33, 237
Olson, Barbara, Ames, 20l
Olson, Carol, Fasl Moline, Illinois, 260
Olson. Cherrie, Irwin
Olson, Joan, Dilre, I33. I39, 2I7
Olson, Loren, Radcliffe
Olson, Marvin, Cedar Falls
Olson, Richard, Clinlon
Oshibuchi, Talcalco, Kyolo, Japan, 2l7, 260
Oslerberger, Kalhryn, Malcom
Oslrom, Marlene, Broolmlyn, 2l3, 240, 247,
Oswood, Lyle, I-lansell, IO7
Ollo, Lu Anne, I-ludson, 2l3, 260
Owen, Marilyn, Grinnell, 229
Owens, David, Collax, 260
Owens, Margy, Columbus Jcl., I33, I76,
Pahre, Keilh, Newlon, I50
Palmer, Jeanne, Mason Cily, 23l, 247
Palmer, Wava, Ml. Vernon, 207, 237
Pals, Carol, Lyllon, IO4, I92, 205, 234, 247
Panagos, Mary, Cedar Rapids, 243, 260
Panhorsl, Marcella, Meriden
Panlher, Dorolhy, Walerloo
Paplze, Lola, Miles, 205
Papouselr, Mary, Garner, II6, 2I5, 2l9, 224,
Parlcer, Arlene, Liscomb, I33, 2I7
Parlrer, Roberl, Waverly
Parkes, Edward, Walerloo
Parlcinson, Janice, Schaller
Parlrs, Anne, Cedar Falls, 97, III, I92, 206,
Parlcs, Bealrice, Ollumwa, I39
Parland, Palricia, Iowa Falls, 260
Parry, Lesler, Lime Springs
Parry, Ralph, Cedar Falls, 23I, 24I, 260
Parsons, Barbara, Keola, I32, I36
Parlello, Marcia, Eslherville, 239
Dale, Cedar Falls
Pelersen Jean, Walerloo
Pelerson Aileen Palricia, Willon Junclion,
Pelerson, Carol, Sioux Cily
Pelerson Dale, Cedar Falls, 233
Pelerson, Dorolhy, Goldliield, l88,20I, 233
Pelerson James, Vinlon
Pelerson La Vere, Shell Rock
Pelerson, John, Walerloo
Pelerson, Mary, Mediapolis
Pelerson, Nancy, McGregor
Pelerson, Roberl, Forl Dodge
Pelerson, Rose, Manson, 22I, 234
Pelro, Peler, Walerloo, 263
Pellersen, Clarence, Foresl Cily, 244, 260
Pleifl, Theodore, Burlinglon, I33
Phillips, Richard, Mounl Pleasanl, I33
Vernon, Rulhven, I2S, I60, 226, 244
Pieper, Jean, Dysarl, 250
Pieper, Russell, Wesl Union, 92, I90, I95,
Pierce, Alice, Cedar Falls
Pierce, Kennelh, Walerloo
Pierce, Sherris, Sheldon, I32
Janel, Cedar Rapids, I92, 2l2
Pallerson, Margarel, Ames
Pallison, Isabel, New I-larllord
Pallon, Jacqueline, I-lamplon, 229
Paulsen, Duane, Galva, I09, 235
Paulsen, Larry, Scolch Grove, I50, I64, I65
Paulsen, Nona, Ida Grove, 2I5, 2I8, 2I9, 260
Paulson Judilh, Clermonl
, Muriel, I-lamplon, I76
Paulson, Vance, Foresl Cily, 99
Paulus, Susan, Iowa Cily
Pauslian, Diane, Davenporl
Paxlon, Roberla, 2I7, 237
Paylon, Beulah, Cedar Falls
Peacoclc, Nancy, Shellsburg, 228
Peacock, Terence, I-larnplon
Pearson, Ellen, Williamson, I76
Piericlc, John, Palmer, 229
Pigg, I-Ioward, Collax, I50, I53, I77, 244,
Pinch, Charles, Waverly, I56, l57
Pingel, Marlys, Rembrandl
Piper, Jan, Ames, l3l
Pipho, Julie, Cedar Falls, 26I
Pippill, Marian, Lillle Sioux, I33, 230
Pisney, Palricia, Cedar Rapids, 229, 243
Pilsenbarger, Vesla, Adel, I33
Pillman, Roberl, Lincoln, Nebraska
Pills, Marlys, Alla, I33
Pilz, John, Lamolle, 26I
Planl, Roy, Walerloo
Plalle, Janel, Waverly, 205, 235
Ploog, Mary, Cedar Falls, 87, I39
Plonslcy, John, Mason Cily
Plummer, Joan, LeMars, 49, 52, I00, 232
Poage, Palricia, Cedar Falls
Podhaslci, Cora, Walerloo
Poland, Norma, Marshalllown
Pollca, Dwayne, Tama, I42
Polanslry, Richard, Cedar Rapids, 235, 24I
Pollock, Virginia, Springville, l26, 228
Poncin, Donna, Cedar Rapids, 2l9, 224
Ponder, Mary Ann, Newlon, I3I, 2Ol
Pooclc, Larry, Tripoli, l56
Pope, I-Ielen, Lewis, I3I, 203, 207
Popkes, Donald, Cedar Falls
Poppinga, Erlene, Humboldl, IOI, 203, 207.
Poralh, Hazel, Newell, l32I 22l
Porl, Marilyn, Walerloo
Porler, Joyce, Marion, 238, 239
Porler, Lyle, Geneva, l07, 230
Posl, Shirley, Marion, I39
Polif. Eli D., Somers, 86, l90, l95, 2l0, 26l
Polls, Richard, Moravia, I09, 26l
Powell, Beverly, Harcourl, 203, 22l, 229
Powell, Shirlee, lowa Cily
Pralle, Marian, Hamplon, 22l, 235
Prehm, Belly, Ml. Pleasanl, 202, 233, 237,
Prehm, Norma, Ml. Pleasanl, 233, 237
Preli, Carol, Columbus Jcl., I76, 203, 207
Price, Gayle, Humboldl, l33
Price, Palricia, Sioux Cily, l04, 242
Prichard, Paul, Fonlanelle, 236, 24l
Prichard, Shirley, Belle Plaine, l92
Priem, Sylvia, Toelerville, 208
Priesl, Barbara, Cedar Falls, l3l, l92, 2l7,
Prior, Marsha, Lu Verne, 205
Proclor, Janann, Oelwein
Prolsman, James, Shell Rock
Psaros, Evelyn, Walerloo, 29, 6l, 204
Puck, Eleanor' Walcoll, l92, 203, 220
Puller, Palricia, Cresco, I33, 229, 249
Puhrmann, Lois, Paullina, l92, 2l4, 235, 248
Purcell, Phyllis, Anamosa, l92, 22l, 23I
Pursell, Sandra, Monlevideo, Minnesola,
l32, l76, 237
Pyall, Shirley, Greene, 22l
Quam, Rulh, Armslrong, 208
Quaim, Yusul, Bahawalpor, Palcislan
Quackenbush, Velma, Vinlon, l04
Quillin, Charles, New Sharon
Quinn, Ana, Slorm Lake, 229, 243
Quinn, Kalhryn, Corning, l04, 22l
Quinn, Russell, Cedar Falls
Quirk, Francis, Lawler, l08, l64, 26l
Quirk, William, Lawler
Rabe, Arnold, Denison, l33, I39
Rabey, Charles, Larchwood' l60, l6I, l77,
Radloll, Rulh, Cedar Rapids, IO4
Rainbow, Edward, Walerloo, 26l
Rainbow, Marilyn, Rochesler, Minnesola,
Ramig, Donald, Cedar Falls, l50, I77, 26l
Ramler, Belva, Forl Dodge, 22l, 237
Ramler, Beverlee, Forl Dodge, 2l5, 2l9, 237
Ramus, Don, Des Moines, l50
Randall, James, Mason Cily
Randolph, David, Cedar Rapids, l08, l68
Ransom, Richard, Walerloo, ll2, I64, 26l
Rasmussen, Belly, Mason Cily, l30, 20I,
Ralh, David, Sioux Cily, l3l
Raub, Dorolhy, Dysarl, 23l
elly, Chicago Heighls, lllinois, 252
Rauch, Karl, Chicago Heighls, Illinois
Ray, Marlyn, Cedar Falls
Read, Nola, Cresco
Reber, Anna, Whal Cheer
Recher, Lila, Ocheyedan, 22l
Reclor, Nancy, Odeboll, l32, 238, 239
Redenius, Mary, Cedar Falls
Reece, Mary, Arlinglon, I39
ck, Cedar Falls
Reed, Norma, Ankeny, 2l9
Reed, Olabell, Wa+erloo
Reeve, Mary. Creslon, 2l3I 239
e, Sharon, Gilman, 204
Reilly, Ronald, Van Horne, 223, 229, 24l
Reiners, James, Remsen
Reisner, Maxine, Walerloo
Renander, Shirley Mae, Shenandoah, 97,
ll6, l22, 206, 226, 234, 240, 250
Ressler, Rhea, Walerloo
Reyhons, Gerald, Solon, 229
Reyhons, Richard, Solon
Reynolds, Jerry, Odeboll, 97, 98, I77, 223,
239, 240, 246
Reynolds, Sandra, Lisbon
Reynolds, Sherrill, Walerloo, lll
Dixie, Forl Dodge
Rice, lrma, Cedar Falls, l86, 26l
Rich, Thomas, Sumner
Richardson, Darrel, Wesl Des Moines, 99
Richardson, Mabel, Cedar Falls
Richmond, Gene, New Hamplon, 229
Lois, Wesl Bend, 228
Riedemann, Bernila, Gaza, 23l, 250
Riehl, Jim, Palon, 229
Bennie, Foresl Cily
n, Des Moines, IO3, l9l, 208, 226,
Riggle, Richard, La Porle Cily
Riker, Charles, Cedar Falls, 246
Riley, Palricia, Mason Cily, 206, 26l
George, Myslic, 263
Belly, Keosauqua, 247
Clark, Greenlield, l08
Lyle, Dexler, 244
Roberlson, James, La Porle Cily' 223
Robinson, Donna Jean, Keosauqua
, Donna Jean, Hopkinlon, I39, 237
, Harold, Websler Cily
, Marlys, Reinbeck, 22l
Robinson, Muriel, Cedar Falls, ll3, I33, 2l7
Janice, Washinglon, 22l, 242
Robles, John' Chicago, lllinois
ohn, Chicago, Illinois, 80
arah, Gowrie, 205
Roehlk, Corrine, Davenporl
Rogers, Janel, Cedar Falls, 240, 252
Rogers, Phyllis, Clemons, I3l, l94, 2l7
Margarel Anne, Sac Cily, ll6,
Rohmer, Richard, Walerloo
Rohwer, Paul, Parkersburg, 222
Rolinger, Jack, Walerloo
Rolslon, Helen, Adel, 250
Romey, Rosamond, Mason Cily
Roorda, John, Knoxville, 209, 26l
Rose, Mary, Springville, 238, 239
Rosene, Carl, Chicago, lllinois, 97, I08, l42
l48, l77, 25l
Rosien, James, Forl Dodge, l42, I64, l77,
Rosenkrans, Roberl, Evansdale
Roslien, Janel. Manly, I26, 20l, 234
Roskens, Ronald, Spencer, 46
Roskens, Lois Lisler, Eagle Grove
Ross, Leland, Cedar Falls
Ross, Rose, Walerloo
Ross, William, Wesl Des Moines
Roush, Roberl, Clinlon
Rowe, Kennelh Gene, Ames, I7, 6l, 122,
204, 2l2, 223, 26l
Rowe, Kennelh Leroy, Coggin, 236, 24l
Rowray, Richard, Cedar Falls
Ruehle, Eugene, Rulhven
Ruen, Elaine, Poslville, l33
Ruggles, Georgia, Cedar Falls
Ruhl, Lois, Websler Cily, l76, 229
Rummens, Burl, Hardy
Runyan, Carolyn, lndianola
Runyan, Eva, Woodbine, 230
Rushing, Eslher, Clarksville
Russell, Burlon, Sioux Cily
Russell, John, Forl Dodge, I39
Russell, Marilyn, Cedar Falls, IS6, l94, 2l7,
Russell, Norman, Ossian, l2l, l86, 2l2, 2l7,
Russell, Rosemary, Corning, 203, 206, 237
Russell, Janice, Calmarl l92, 249
Ruslad, Curlis, Norlhwood, 209, 2l2, 222,
Ruslemier, William, Bancroll, 209,229
Ryan. Elizabelh, Brooklyn, 209, 22l
Ryan, Palricia, Manly
Rydberg, Ann, Shenandoah
Rylcen, Jean, Ackley, 229
Saalholl, Jo Ann, Shell Rock
Saalholil, Loraine, Gilmore, 207, 234
Sabus, Roberl, Scranlon, ll7, l30, 229, 244,
Sachse, Helen, Walerloo
Sackell, Larry, Janesville
Sailor, William, Lisbon
Sainl, Mary, Walerloo
Salisbury, Donald, Dunkerlcn, 209
Salmons, Roger, Cedar Falls
Salmonson, Ronald, Kiron, ll6, 246
Salyer, Kennelh, Walerloo
Samson, Palricia, Cedar Falls
Sanborn, Helen, Cedar Falls, 263
Sandell, Ronald, Thompson
Sanders, Sharon, Walerloo, lll, I26, I33,
Sanderson, Mary, Donnelson
Sarchel, David, Burl, l60, l87, 2I6, 244, 26l
Sargenr, Diane, Cedar Falls, l25, 223
Sasaki, Roy, Honolulu, Hawaii, 236
Sarrwell, Wilbur, Waferloo
Sauer, Roberl, Waferloo
Saul, Annefra, Cedar Falls
Savereide, Jean Harlan, I32
Savery, Marilyn, Denison, I33, 2l7
Sayre, Donald, Cedar Falls
Schabacker, Marilyn, Havelock, 235
Schaefer, Bernadine, Walerloo
Schaefer, Kay, Sheffield, I32, 207, 228, 232
Schall, Jerone, Ogden, 229
Schaper, Sharron, Brill, I39
Scharl, Pauline, Forl Dodge, 26l
Schal, Phyllis, Maurice
Schaudl, Gerald, Slaler
Scheer, Donald. Cedar Falls, 26l
Schermer, Norma Jean, Hampron, 23l
Schichrl, Wayne, Fayelle
Schick, Roberla, Davenporl
Schlaman, Frieda, Hampton, IO4. l92. 226,
Schlampp, Donna, Ackley, 202, 229, 26l
Schlapkohl, Emmer, Davenporl, 26l
Schlesseln-ian, Roma, Olewein, I32
Schliffer, Ann, Decorah, I32
Schmidl, Norman, Dunkerlon, 2I6, 26l
Schmidl, Wilma, lda Grove, 22l
Schmiedel, Gilberr, Charles Cily
Schmill, Norma, Nichols, 208
Schmili, Pauline, Buckingham
Schrnoranz, Hiram, Marshalllown
Schnack, Karolyn, Tiplon, 207, 23l
Schnecklcfh, James, Denison, l33
Schneider, James, Willmar, Minnesola
Schnepp, Mary, Walerloo
Schnur, Jenise, Walerloo, 25, 96, 97, I94,
l98. 223, 26l
Schnur, Rulh, Walerloo, 206, 238, 239
Schoenlhaler, Carol, Maquokela
Schoenlrup, Dorolhy, Cedar Falls
Schooley, Sarah, Deep River, I32, 230
Schoonmaker, Mary, Waferloo, 237
Schorler, James. Cedar Falls
Schrag, Philip, Waferloo
Schramm, Merle, Ida Grove, II4
Schrarnm, Sandra, Denison, l04, I76, 235
Schrepler, Ray, Forl Madison, 244
Schroeder, Bruce, Walerloo
Schroeder, Duane, Sioux Cily, 97, 98, ll6,
Schroedermeir, Slanley, Waverly
Schuck, Barbara, Wesl Poinl'
Schuller, Donna, Mallard, 229
Schullz,Ar1hur, Cedar Falls, ll4, l20, l39,
Schullz, Donna, Posrville, I04, l3l, I92, 2I9,
238, 239, 250
Schullz, Harrier, Ackley
Schuliz, Mildred. Charles Cify
Schumacher, Dona Mae, Denver
Schumacher, Donna May, Clarion, l76, 229
Schwab, Gwenelh Joy, Dumonf, I02, II6,
l39, l9l, 208
Schwieberr, John, Brooklyn, I33
Schwieferl, Rufh, McGregor, l9l, 208, 26l
Scobell, Scolf, Emmefsburg
Scoll, Darrell, Eldora, l89
Scoll, Elhel, Walerloo
Scoff, George, Villisca
Scolf, Marlene, Legrand, 26l
Seagren, Richard, Clinfon
Searcy, Sara, Independence, 22l
Seaver, Charlene, Cedar Falls
Seaver, Marilyn, Cedar Falls, I39, l88, 20l
See, Marlo, Walerloo
Seeley, Russell, Walerloo, IS6
Seemann, Norman, Walerloo
Seery, Elizabeih, Cedar Falls
Seilerl, Carl, Warerloo
Seilried, Jerome, Manson, 229
Selah, Rulh, Cedar Falls
Self, Dororhy, Walerloo
Sell, Allan, Tripoli, I39
Sellslrom, Karen, Gowrie, 234
Sernefl, Joan, Algona, I79, 2l3, 229
Seufierlein, Edward, Cedar Falls
Severe, Doris, Nora Springs, I3l, I33, 2l7,
Sexlon, Carolyn, Walerloo, I39
Shafer, Mariorie, Waferloo
Shalier, Sharon, Tiplon
Shalla, Marilyn, Kalona, 2l3, 229, 26I
Shannon, Collelle, Cedar Falls
Shannon, Lavonne, Fredericksburg, 231
Sharp, Donna, Clarion, I94, 26l
Sharp, Roberf, Clarion, I56
Shalicr, Roberl, Jesup
Shaver, Sally, Albia, I32
Shaw, Donna, Oskaloosa, 22l
Shaw, Paul, Walerloo
Shea, M. Suzann, Decorah, 229, 26l
Shearer, John, Cedar Falls, IIO, l42, 246
Sheeley, Jo Ann, Evansdale
Sheeley, Marilyn, Walerloo, l94, 262
Sheldon, Bob, Walerloo
Shelgren, Janef, Rolfe, 238, 239
Shellenberger, Joyce, Waleiloo
Shellon, Ronald, Forl Dodge
Shepard, Earl, Pisgah
Shepard, Marilyn, Charilon. IR6, 2l4
Sherer, Richard, Burlinglon
Sheridan, Olga, Evansdale
Sherman, James, Cedar Falls, II4
Sherwood, Ronald, Rockwell
Shiels, Richard, Cedar Falls
Shimel, Corrine, Clemons, ll6, 2l7, 23l, 262
Shindoll, Marian, Waukon, 207, 23l
Shinn, Mariorie, Alberl Cily, l32, 207, 237
Shook. Evelyn, Della, l3l
Shool, Janice, Manchesler, ll6, I33, 2l3,
Shope, Roxanna, Davenporl, 232
Shorr, Ronald, Waferloo
Shourek, Earlene, Forl Dodge, I76, 237
Shulfl, Kay, Greene, 205, 249
Shumaker, Carol, Arnolds Park, I76
Sickles, John, Janesville
Siek, Marcella, Blairslown, 2l6, 262
Siemens, Darlys, Dysarl, 46
Sienknechl, Joan, Gladbrook
Sievers, Elwin, Sform Lake, IO7, 235
Siglin, Roger, Ogden
Sills, Sharon, Nevada, 207
Simmons, Alberla, Norlh English, 239
Simms, Sue, Albion, 220
Dorolhy, Iowa Ciry, 2l4, 22l, 229,
Simonsen, Marilyn, Hampfon
Simonsen, Marjorie, Merrill, 90, l3I, 2l5,
Simpson, William, Knoxville, l42
Singer, Zana Sue, Websler Cily, l32, I76,
Sisson, James, Walerloo
Sioblom, John, Audubon, I64, 246
Skinner, Helen, Cedar Falls
Skinner, Roberl, Cedar Falls
Janel, Mason Cily, 262
Slobodink, John, Neola, I07, 229
Slocum, Roberla, Lewis, 2I9
Slollag, Ernesl, Wellsburg
Smalley, Lawrence, Osage, 209, 240, 24l,
Smerud, Clara, New Albin, 229
Smilh, Barbara, Marshalllown, II6, l26, l82
Smilh, Bonira, Walerloo
Smilh, Carol, Albia, 24l
Smilh, Elva, Nashua
Smilh, Gerlrude. Milroy, Minneso+a
Smilh, Gerald Dean, Coon Rapids
Smilh, lola, Charles Cily
Smilh, Jack, Walerloo
Smilh, Jerald Noel, Grundy Cenler
Smilh, John, Cedar Falls, 233
Smilh, Judilh, Newfon
Smilh, Norman, Renwick, 24l
Smifh, PaHy, Monlicello
Smilh, Roger, Vinlon, 229
Smilh, Sranley, Charles Cily, 262
Smilh, Will, Wapello, l33
Snider, Palricia, Washinglon
Snoble, Joseph, Hazellon
Snook, Loring. Cedar Falls
Snow, Leo, Lake Park
Snowden, Leonard, Waferloo
Snullier, Harvey, George, l85, 207
Snyder, Philip, Fcrf Dodge, l3l
Phyllis, Onslow, 207, 238
Ronald, Cedar Falls
, Doris, Packwood, 237
Solbraczk, Shirley, Walerloo
Sollien, Arden, Spring Grove, Minnesola,
Solliday, Mary, Modale
Somers, Sara, Faribaull, Minnesola
Sommerdori, Dolores, Muscaline, 97, ll6,
229, 248, 262
Sommerdorf, Evelyn, Muscaline, 262
Sorensen, Jeanelle, Algona, 22l
Sorensen, Marie, Cedar Falls
Soukup, Iva, Cenler Poinl
Frank, Des Moines, l56
Sowers, Ann, Slory Cily, I32, 203, 207,
Soy, Eloise, Jesup
Spafford, Belh, Waferloo
Spencer, lris, Wesl Des Moines
Spicher, Loren, Kalona
Spinden, Elanor, Charles Cily
Squires, Elmer, Cedar Falls
188, 191, 198, 240, 245, 262
Albert Cedar Falls
Squires, Robert Cedar Falls, 241
Siaab, Phillip, Vinion
Slacy, Ann, Ames
Siamp, Marilyn, Spraguevi11e,205, 234
Slanlel, Darlene, Maxwell
Slangel, Ronald, Waterloo
Stanley, Roberla, Lamonl'
Slansbury, Robert Waterloo
Sfanwood, Paul, Des Moines, 85, 126, 212
Slark, Ronald, Walerloo
S+ark, Peggy, Daylon, 176
Slarr, Richard, Dubuque, 97, 98, 212, 226,
Slebbins, Shirley, Red Oak, 131, 133, 217
Sfeege, Dorolhy, Waverly, 91, 102, 120, 186,
Sleege, Paul, Walerloo
Sleele, Charles, Waierloo
Siensbol, Marvel, Walerloo
Siephens, Maurine, Ainsworll-1, 133, 205,237
Slrephenson, Howard, Algona, 262
Slephenson, Joann, Cedar Falls
Sfephenson, Sandra, Cedar Falls
Slerner, Wesley, Walerloo, 17, 262
S'rerns, Robert Fori Dodge
Suda, Kenneih, Haiku, Hawaii, 262
Joan, Oelwein, 55, 179
Suhr, Robert Maynard
Sulenlic, Milo, Walerloo, 234
Sullivan, Elizabelh, Jesup
Sullivan, Mary, Charilon
Sullivan, Richard, Albia, 139, 229
Sundquist Aries, Sioux Cily
Thomas, Byron, Polk Cily, 195, 262
Thomas, Claylon, Cedar Falls, 228
Thomas, Karol, Des Moines
Thompson, Arnet Eagle Grove
Thompson, Gail, Hopkinlon, 104, 133, 237,
Thompson, George, Council Bluiis
Thompson, Gerald, Cedar Falls
Sulhers, Mary, Maquokela, 215, 231
Sution, Albert Cedar Falls
Suflon, Bernadine,Grinne1l, 231
Sullon, Lynne, Derby, 131, 194, 217, 262
Sutlon, Stephen, Derby
Suydam, Vanella, Walerloo
Svaldia, Sylvia, Manchesler
Swain, Kay, Soldier, 116, 131, 213, 234, 248
Swan, Belly, Keokuk, 139, 223
Thompson, Glenn, Cedar Falls
Thompson, Helen, Cedar Falls
Thompson, Nancy, Council Bluils, 213, 237,
Thompson, Norma, Schaller, 139
Thompson, Palricia, Maxwell
Thompson, Roger, Cedar Falls
Thompson, Shirley, 1-layiield, Minnesola, 230
Thompson, Virginia, Des Moines, 132, 234
Swanburg, Donna, Faribault Minnesoia
Swanson, Carolee, Otlumwa, 221, 237
Swanson, Glen, Waferloo 241
Swanson, Harlan, Cedar Falls
Swanson, lrene, Gowrie, 203, 217, 221, 234
Swanson, Janet Redfield, 116, 213, 237, 245
Swanson, Karen, Alberl Ciiy, 132, 234
Swanson, Marcella, Walerloo
Slevens, Douglas, Cedar Falls
Slevens, Eslher, lndependence
Slevens, Mary, Lovillia, 207
Slevens, Naomi, Waierloo
Slevenson, Willa, Traer, 207
Sleward, Arlene, Ames, 132,205
Slewart Beverly, Clarion, 133, 193, 249
Siewart James, Waierloo, 241
Slewart Marilyn, Decalur, Illinois, 207
Sfewart Nadine, Cedar Rapids, 219, 224
Swenson, Jon, Lake Mills
Swinburne, Mary, Delhi, 237
Swisher, Derald, Cedar Falls, 114
Syhlman, Bill, Cedar Falls
Synhorst Marilyn, Whal' Cheer, 230
Tabarella, Charles, Cedar Falls, 114, 185,
Trueblood, Jeanella, Mounl Pleasant 131,
Siewart Palricia, Newlon, 203,237
Slierlin, Palricia, Odeboll'
S1illler, Robert Walerloo
Siock, Cyrilla Anne, Slorm Lake, 223, 229
Slock, William, Waukon, 114, 209
Sioermer, Judilh, Spencer, 139, 237
Slokes, Gary, Cedar Falls
Slokesberry, Janice, Oelwein
S'roks1ad, Rulh, Cedar Falls
Slolerau, Joanne, 1-larlley, 229
Sloulil, Therese, Pocahon1as,229
Siout Lucille, Cedar Falls
Slrabala, William, Lol1rvi11e,229
Sirain, Pairicia, Sioux Cily, 207, 238, 239
Sfrallon, Virginia, Cedar Falls
S1'rayer, Sheridan, Algona, 139, 239
Slrein, Charles, New Hartford
Sfreilberger, Eric, Daylon
Sirickland, Lila, Exira, 221
Slrilert Benjamin, Cedar Falls
Slrike, Marilyn, Nashua
Slringer, Dudley, Lake Mills
Slriley, Barbara, Toledo, 176, 207
Sfroh, Sally, Council Bluiis, 132, 207, 234
Slrub, Donald, Merrill, 109, 229, 262
Sirub, Richard, Merrill, 150, 155, 229, 244
Sirunck, Shirley, Davenport 235
Slrunk, Gail, Sioux Ciiy, 122, 237
Slruve, Palrick, Cedar Rapids
Sludley, Marcia, Forl' Dodge, 232
Slurch, Ronald, Walerloo
Siurges, Ralph, Rockwell, 262
209, 262, 265
Takamiya, June, Lihue, Hawaii
Talcolt Belh, Websler Cily, 132
Tamura, Sadie, Kahuku, Hawaii, 202
Tanaka, Yoshiichi, Kona, Hawaii
Tandy, Corrine, Williamsburg
Tanner, Nancy, Manchesier
Taylor, Betly, Rulhven, 223
Taylor, Judilh, Dubuque, 116, 193, 213, 249
Taylor, Marilyn La Nelle, Diagonal, 117, 211,
221, 239, 243
Taylor, Marilyn Louise, Charilon, 211
Taylor, Robert Cedar Falls, 142, 246
Taylor, Vivian, Cedar Falls
Taylor, Wallace, Cedar Falls
Tegeler, Robert Walerloo
Te Grolenhuis, Hendrene, Hospers, 233, 262
Teig, Barbara, Ames, 55, 131, 179
Teisinger, Russell, Walerloo
Telford, Carol, Decorah, 213, 237, 248, 262
Tennant Conslance, Chariion, 132, 238, 239
Tennant Elizabefh, Charilon
Tennell, Ramona, Fredericksburg, 235
Terry, Dale, Cedar Falls
Terry, William, Lansing
Teliloit Loy, Cowell, 131, 231
Tgiros, Conslanline, Charles Cily, 156, 157,
Tharp, James, Walerloo
Thayer, Donna, Walerloo, 229, 253
Thein, Ronald, Walerloo
Thelen, Darlene, Glidden, 229
Thiolen, Bernard, Harlan, 97, 109, 187, 216,
Thoms, Louise, Cedar Falls
Thomsen, Belly, Teeds Grove
Thomson, Leland, Sfanwood, 108, 116, 239,
Thornion, Rosemarie, Waterloo
Thorp, Keilh, lowa Falls
Thorson, Maxine, Walerloo
Thuesen, Carol, Cedar Falls, 213
Tienan, Phyllis, Garner
Tielz, Elsie, Cedar Falls
Tiffany, Lorna, Colfax, 132
Tilford, Robert Clarksville
Tilp, Carol Ellen, Marion, 133, 237
Timmons, Roy, Cedar Falls, 193
Tiaden, Robert Walerloo
Tiernagell, Rulh, Story Ciiy
Tobin, Leonard, Ainsworlh, 222
Tobin, Mary, Ainsworlh, 197, 206, 229, 262
Todd, Marilyn, Morning Sun, 205, 238, 239
Toifness, Donna, Maplelon, 205, 235
Tolleison, David, Walerloo, 142, 144, 164
Tolleison, Dwight Cedar Falls
Tomlinson, Sally, Adel
Toom, Lee, Cedar Falls, 130, 188, 201, 262
Torgerson, Jerald, Norlhwood, 116, 244
Torkelson, Janice, Elgin, 116, 250
Torkelson, Mary, Rulland, 132
Towne, Peler, Mason Ciiy, 99
Tracey, Carol, Farley, 229
Travis, Ray, Jefferson
Trey, Frances, Parkesburg
Trudell, Befly, Bellendorli
Trumbo, Cheryl, Allanlic, 132
Trunnel, Doris, Prairie Cily
Tschirki, Robert Foresl Cily
Tschudy, Harriet Marshalllown
Tsuhako, Gene, Kealakekua, Hawaii
Tucker, Joan, Denison, 116, 212, 221, 235
Tucker, Phillip, Walerloo, 241
Tuinslra, Carla, Runnells, 208, 230
Turnbull, Helen, Cedar Falls
Turner, David, Cedar Falls, 90, 186, 190,
195, 210, 212,262
Turner, Leslie, Plainfield
Turnquist Marilyn, Des Moines, 63, 133, 223.
Tvedt Douglas, Monlour, 108, 120, 240, 244,
Ulcer, Mary, Floyd,, 234
Underwood, Jean, Vinlon
Upham, Grace, Fredricksburg, 205
Urala, Gerlrude, Honolulu, Hawaii
Norma, Coin, ll6, I22, 208, 234,
Waller, Sharon, Harllord, Soulh Dakola
Wallon, Marcella, Cedar Falls
Wallon, Mary, Wesl Union
Wand, Leah, Breda, 229
Nancy, Ionia, l76, 22I
Ulley, George, Cedar Falls, I87
Valley, Charles, Woden
Vance, Belly, Moravia, 49, 53, 62, 97, lI6.
Berg, Mary, Dubuque, 2l3
Vander Waal, Jacqueline, Algona
Van Dorn, Rila, Walerloo, 247
Willis, Norma, Clear Lake, l9l, 208, 234
Van Ealon, James, Walerloo, 233
Van Epps, John, Clinlon, I3l, l68, I69, l77
Van Fleel, Marilyn, Soulh English, 205
Vanicek, Romona, Traer, I39, 207
Vanness, Norma, Moorhead, I32, 205, 230
Van Sanl, Virginia, Cedar Falls
Van Slyke, Gary, Cedar Falls
Vaughn, Carroll, Eldora
Venenga, Margie, Wellsburg
Ver Hoel, Neil, Spencer, 97, l2l, 223, 25l
Vesl, Emma, Vinlon, 2l2
Veslal, Belly, Haslings, 97, ll6, l2O, l3l,
I76, IB6, l9B, 236, 237, 262
Vickery, Wayne, Cedar Falls
Vig, Roberl, Cedar Rapids
Vinsanl, Elizabelh, Forl Dodge
Vogelaar, Shirlee, George, IO4, I33, I39,
2l7, 22l, 238, 239, 242
Voggesser, Roy, Allanlic, I42, I47, I64, I77,
Voilh, Ralph, Monlezuma
Vollesledl, Janice, Council Blulls
Von Gerg, Lois, Toledo, 2l9, 262
Von Doehren, Nancy, Fredericksburg, l3l,
Von Neumann, Alice, Cedar Falls
Burlin Lee, Keokuk
Voss, Elmer, Massena
Voss, Merlyn, Cedar Falls
Vovos, John, Clinlon, l56
Vriezelaar, Coralee, Olley, I33, 228
Wagner, Gladys, Greenville
Wagner, Lois, Dumonl, I39
Waile, Nancy, Anamosa,
Mary, Washinglon, 22l, 242
Sandra, Charles Cily
I39, 207, 237
Wakeman, Shirley, Akron, 205
Wakelield, Richard, lowa Falls
Waldron, Sandra, Cedar Falls, 96, 97, lll,
Walker, Samuel, Harlan
Walker, Tom, Kalona, I42
Wall, Delores, Sabula
Wallace, Barbara, Cherokee, 205, 238, 239
Waller, Frances, Bloomfield, 220
Wallace, John, Bald Knob, Arkansas
Walmsley, Marilyn, Cedar Falls, I79, 2l8
Ward, Laurence, Des Moines
Warnecke, Sandra, DeWill
Warner, Jack, Walerloo
Warren, Harold, Walerloo
Warren, Rulh, Ames, l22, I32, 205
Waskow, Georgiann, Cedar Rapids, 207
Wasser, Joseph, Walerloo
Walanabe, Shirley, Kauai, Hawaii, 22l
Walerman, Shirley, Slorm Lake, I33
Walson, Janice, Bagley, 237
Walson, Joann, Grinnell, 230
Walson, John, Forl Madison
Wearda, Jean, Shellield, 207, 237
Wealherly, Eugene, Marshalllown
Weaver, Dean, Dana, l26, I28
Webb, Leon, Beaman, l3l, l89
Webber, Belh, Cresco, I32, 237
Webber, George, Walerloo, l60, I77, 22l
Weber, Delano, New Hamplon
Weber, Mary, Walerloo, I33, 237
Weddle, Jack, Knoxville, 2l2
Wedeking, Ralph, Clarksville, I39, I89,
Wedemeyer, Carole, Nashua, I76, 23l
Weeks, Twillo, Coon Rapids, I32, 229
Wehde, Belly, Tiplon
Weick, William, Chicago, Illinois, l56, l57,
Weinhardl, Barbara, Red Wing, Minnesola
Weiss, Virginia, Clarion, I32, 233
Weissman, Rosella, Walerloo
Welch, Roberl, Cedar Falls
Wellman, Phyllis, Wesl Poinl, 229
Wells, Marshall, Forl Dodge
Welsh, Roberl, Fairbank, IBB, 2Ol, 229
Wendl, Marilyn, Shelby, I33, 203, 234
Wenger, Lavonne, Mounl Pleasanl, 83, I99,
206, 2I l, 230, 262
Werk, Rebecca, Charles Cily
Wessling, James, Maplelon, 229
Wesl, Ardis, Walerloo, lO5, 22l, 237
Wesl, Edward, Palon, 63, l22, I26, I27,
Wesl, Palricia, Walerloo, 242
Weslbury, Josephine, lowa Falls, 2l5, 2lB,
2l9, 23l, 262
Weslcoll, Conslance, lowa Falls, I22, 207
Weslergaard, Marlene, Walerloo
Wesllall, Joann, lowa Cily
Weslplahl, Belly, Clermonl
Weslphal, Anna May, Cedar Falls, 55, l78,
Weslphal, Marvin, Olin
Weslphal, Roma, Olin
Weslon, Shirley, Slanley
Wellengel, Aris, Hudson
Welzel, Dale, Murray
Welzel, Norma, Kirkman, I33, l92
Whaley, Frank, Arcadia
Whaley, George, Adair, I39
Whannel, Shirley, Traer, 223, 237
Wheal, llah, Cedar Falls
Wherry, Marlys, Walerloo
While, Dale, Cedar Falls
While, John, Walerloo, l64, 235, 262
While, Kay, Walerloo
While, Madeline, Keola, l39
While, Orrine, Forl Dodge
While, Rilchie, Crawlordsville
Whiling, Bill, Rulhven, 244
Whilmire, Belly, Cresco
Whilmore, Paul, Cedar Falls
Whilmore, Slanley, Cedar Falls, I39
le, Richard, New Hamplon
Wickland, Marilyn, Coon Rapids, l76
Wicks, Charlolle, Decorah, 229
Wicks, Roberl, Slory Cily
Waldo, Forl Dodge
eier, Yvonne, Williamsburg, 205
Wiedmeyer, Larry, Keokuk, IOB, l22, l23,
Wielenga, Jack, Orange Cily, 246, 262
Wierks, Mavis, Hospers
Wiese, Joyce, Davenporl, l32
Wiese, Karen, Losl Nalion, l92, 22I
Wiglon, Shirley, Redlield, l05
Wilcken, William, Walerloo
Wilcox, Joy, Rolfe, 237
Paul, Missouri Valley, 2I2
Wiley, Roland, Boone, I70, I77, 262
Delores, Onawa, l22, 208,235
Will, Wanda, Luverne, 237
dl, Lloyd, Walerloo
, Myra, Manning, 203, 205, 235
, Davella, Walerloo, I76, 2IB
, Keilh, Rockwell Cily
Lowell, Cedar Falls
Marian, Lime Springs, 238
Williams, Morris, Brill
Williams, Nancy, Hamplon, 205
Williams, Rosemarie, Gruver
Williams, Suzann, Ollumwa
, Virginia, La Porle Cily
Willils, Barbara, Charilon, 228
Wilschulz, Donald, Marshalllown, 96, l0
229, 244, 262
Wilson, Jackie, Osceola
Wilson, Jo Ann, Osceola, 229
Wilson, Lois, Vinlon
Wilson, Wilma, Cedar Falls
Winilred, Belle Plaine
Winburn, James, Cedar Falls, 222
Winfrey, William, Sigourney
Winler, Kalherine, Wadena
Winlers, Ardis, Panora, I39
Winlers, Donald, Forl Dodge, l89
Wise, Bobby, Ollumwa
Wisgerhol, Marcile, Sully, 228, 233
Will, Arlyce Lou Ann, Hawarden, 22l, 235
Will, Lora, Moville
4Wille, Elaine, Duranl, 243
Willmayer, Annella, Cedar Falls
Wilzel, Leland, Clarion, IO7
Woelber, Lloyd, Hull
Wolll, Barbara, Lyllon, ll6, 250
Womboll, Duane, Red Oak, 98, 200, 216,
239, 240, 241, 262
Wood, Audrey, Melbourne
Wood, Marilyn, Charilon, 205, 220
Wood, Mildred, Cedar Falls, 193
Wood, Richard, Albia, 139
Woodall, Phyllis, Sulherland, 132, 221, 234
Woodring, Georgia, Waverly
Woods, John, Fairloank
Woods, Marian, Eldora
Woody, Kay, Reasnor, 228, 233
Woolhiser, Eugene, Cedar Falls
Wordeholf, Mary, Cedar Falls
Workman, J. Brooke, Marshalllown, 164, 167
Wren, Roberl, Des Moines
Wrighl, Charles, Ogden
Wrighl, Palricia, Keokuk, 133
Wrighl, Richard, Walerloo
Wruck, Carolyne, Rockwell Cily, 176, 229
Wurch, Judilh, Blairsburg, 131, 194, 217,
Wyall, Mardelle, Hudson
Wymore, D. Neil, Rose Hill
Wymore, Pamela, Cedar Falls, 186, 191, 208,
Wymore, Suza nne, Ames
Yamasaki, Ellen, 1-lilo, Hawaii
Yamashila, Belsy, Kahului Maui, Hawaii,
Yap, Paul, Honolulu Oahu, Hawaii, 202, 212,
Yasukawa, Amy, Hilo, Hawaii
Yale-s, G. Thomas, Hol Springs, Arkansas
Yales, Palricia, Allanlic, 96, 97, 102, 103,
121, 131, 194, 198,217, 262
Yeager, John, Sioux Cily, 209
Yeakel, Nancy, Wesl Des Moines
York, Calherine, Cedar Falls, 206
York, George, Cedar Falls, 263
Yoshinaga, Fusako, Honomu, Hawaii,
Belly Ann, Macksburg, 132
Belly Ann, Adair
Young Kaye, Walerlooy 246
Young, Marlha, Marion
Young Myrlle, Cedar Falls
Roberl, Mounl Pleasanl'
Youngberg, Bruce, Walerloo
Youngren, Mary Ella, Odeboll, 104, 192,
Youngclas, Joanna, Renwick, 188, 201
Zaiger, Sarah, Lohrville, 230
Zaiger, Shirley, Audubon, 104, 192, 230
Zarilis, Alexander, Walerloo, 98, 128, 241,
Zender, W..1oseph, Cresco
Zeigler, Rolserla, Des Moines, 116
Zeller, Annie, Vinlon, 132, 228
Zeman, Vivian, Cedar Rapids
Zemanek, Mariorie, Mason Cily, 188
Zeran, Evonne, Walerloo, 139
Zerrien' Donald, Clinlon
Zickel, Shirley, Monroe, 133, 139, 233
Ziegler, Helen, Osage
Zilm, Terry, Charles Cily
Zilmer, Dean, Walerloo
Zimmer, Beverly, Floyd, 237
Zimmerman, James, Walerloo
Zink, Kalhryn, Gladlorook, 116, 192, 205
Zirkelbach, Angie, Clinlon, 132, 207, 214
Zilfrilsch, David, Algona
Zurmuehlen, Mary, Burlinglon, 213, 245
FirsT, To an unTiring sTaTT who worked long hours Tor This year's OLD GOLD . . .
To lvlarge WighTman, our advisor, and The resT oT The College RelaTions gang . .
To LoreTTa lv1iddleTon and Larry Wiedmeyer Tor many hours of worlc which Tar exc seded
Their required duTies . . .
To Dick Lieb, '54 ediTor, who helped me wifh The planning oT The '55 OLD GOLD . . .
To Economy AdverTising Company and R. J, Collins Tor Their paTience wiTh an inexperienced
ediTor . . .
To Brock Engraving Company and Eldred Qlson Tor The Tine engravings and prompT ser-
vice . . .
To T-larry l-lolleTT and The gang Tor The group and porTraiT phoTography . .
To Durand Covers and Paul Nelson Tor The Tine reproducTion oT our cover design .
To The adminisTraTion, deparTmenTs, organizaTions and sTudenTs Tor Their cooperaTion .
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