University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 328
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Text from Pages 1 - 328 of the 1957 volume:
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THE CAMPUS of
IOWA STATE TEACHERS C0ll.EGE
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This One Scene. .
HE 1957 OLD GOLD is but a stage, recording only one
scene from a gigantic play. The complete story stretches
through the greater part of a century.
The cast of 3100 saw the curtains open to a world clouded
with the anxiousness of impending War. They played their bit
parts and supporting roles under the lights of a dawning
atomic age. They were guided and developed by the genius
of American education.
Now, for this one scene, these players assemble on stage
to act together this one brief instant in time. Their success
and failures appear on these pages. Pages meant not to record
the exactness of history, but to help recall the heritage of mem-
ory. lmportant memories, for the scene is now completed
and never will it he acted again.
The actors and actresses who played this scene will cast
aside minor roles and face the task of playing the lead. For
every player, the climax of comedy and tragedy lie ahead.
For each player, a lifetime of laying the educational founda-
tion for players of future generations stands foremost and
Already the curtains are rising for the next scenes. Already
the players are appearing, each on his or her separate stage.
Success will be varied, not reaching its complete measure
until the final act is finished. Not until the World has pushed
its Way into the 2 lst century will we know how the stories end.
But that 4'Success" will be the verdict of the critics is
our most fervent wish for every player as we present this record
of THIS ONE SCENE.
Staff and Advisor
Cable nf Kolfzfeufs
The College ...... 7
Student Teaching. . I8
Administration. . . 28
The Year .i......
Activities. . . . . IO4
Student Government .... ...... 1 06
Residences ......... ...... 1 12
Music .......... ...... 1 32
Communicati ........ 138
Football ........ ...... 1 52
Basketball ....... ...... 1 60
Wrestling ....... ...... 1 66
Baseball ........ ...... 1 72
Track ........ ...... 1 76
Tennis ....... ...... 1 80
Golf ................... ...... 1 82
Intramurals ................ ...... 1 84
Organizations .... I 88
Religious .................. ...... 1 90
Honor ................. ...... 2 011-
lnterest ......... ...... 2 20
Social ............. ...... 2 41-41-
Graduates. . . . . .258
Advertising ...... 284
Indices ...... . . .296
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. . . after-class refreshments
Music for listening . . .
. . . dining in the Commons
The Teachers College campus offers its stu-
dents a favorable environment for study, rec-
reation and cultural development.
At the north of the Teachers College cam-
pus is the social center, the Commons. Here
in the ballroom are held the three annual for-
mal dances, in addition to informal dances.
The Seehurg provides music for dancing as
well as for listening. Teas and receptions are
held in the Georgian Lounge. The expanding
fountain room is a gathering place for after-
class and after-game refreshments.
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food service, is utilized three times each day.
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located on the ground floor.
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The Teachers College Library occupies
the southeast corner of the campus and
contains 150,000 volumes and 600 peri-
odicals. On the second floor a reading
room is provided for study and nearby
are the stacks, the loan desk and the re-
serve book section. The HY," or children's
library, on the first floor contains books
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,Arts and Industries
The finishing touches
To the south is the newest classroom
building on campus, the Arts and Indus-
tries Building. Of modern architecture, it
was constructed in 1911-9.
The Department of Industrial Arts
occupies the first floor and the Depart-
ment of Art the second floor. During the
year varied exhibits are held in the build-
ing's gallery which is equipped with built-
in glass showcases. The Little Theatre,
used for lectures, audio-visual instruction
and club meetings, is located on the sec-
Classes are offered here for those in-
terested in such fields as weaving, wood-
working, photography, ceramics, jewelry,
auto mechanics and machine drawing as
well as general art education.
. . . exhibit in the modern gallery.
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Facing the east side of the campus is the Auditorium Building. Located in this building is a 1300
seat auditorium where a major dramatic production is presented each quarter, in addition to recitals,
concerts and lecture-concert programs. Educational radio and television programs originate in the ra-
dio and television studios on the third floor. On the ground floor are speech and special education
clinics. The remainder of the building is primarily devoted to classrooms and offices. A Well-known
spot to every student is the Crossroads, at the intersection of the Auditorium, Administration, and
. . . the well-known Crossroads.
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Ready to become full-fledged teachers . . .
At the west end of the campus stands
the lVIen's Gymnasium-one of the first
buildings the freshman enters when ar-
riving at Teachers College and one of the
last ones the senior leaves before becom-
ing a full-fledged teacher.
Placement tests during orientation
week, convocations every quarter, basket-
ball games and wrestling meets through-
out the winter, and commencement exer-
cises every spring and summer-all take
place in the spacious lVlen,s Gymnasium.
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for men,s physical education classes.
From north to south to east to West
these opening pages have presented a few
of the stopping points on the Teachers
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fession, an occupation . . . It is a passion. I love to teach."
-William Lyon Phelps
Youill never forget student teaching . . . your supervisorg the twenty children, each
living in a mixed world of imagination and realityg your homeroom, the frantic last-
minute lesson plans, and above all, the warm glow when the day Hwent pretty good"
. . . all this and more will live in your memory for a long time.
The first few days were precarious ones. You had a sick feeling in your stomach as
you lay awake the night before it all began, an awesome wondering fear that 'cmaybe
I won't be up to it." Then, immaculate, and too cheerful, you were a whole ten min-
utes early to meet the bus. None of the other new teachers seemed half as scared as
Your supervisor seemed so nice when you were introduced. And then there were mil-
lions of faces turned up to you, wanting to know about you. You will never know what
you replied in answer to their questions! And the worn out memory, trying to remem-
ber names . . .
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sneaked in, and you began answering
raised hands. All went well. You liked
your fellow student teachers and you ad-
mired your supervisor's calmness and ef-
ficiency. The day ended too soon, and
you went home feeling like a true veter-
an. Now whatever happened, you could
handle it, because you had mastered the
. . . you admired your supervisor's calmness and efficiency
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. . . a little self confidence sneaked in.
Then came the day you were to teach all by yourself.
The preparations had started a week before. You had revived your knowledge
of the movie projector C thank heavens for that Audio-vis. courseb, prepared what
you hoped would be a thought-provoking bulletin board, and given yourself a pep
talk. And surprisingly enough, the day went wellg just as planned. You began to
think that maybe you would be able to handle your own class, after all.
The days kept slipping by-some good, some not so good. But all of them in-
teresting and very educational. You knew what it was to have twenty mutineers
on a rainy day . . . to think fast and produce an interesting but not too vigorous
Sometimes you felt a little mutinous yourself.
Like the time your supervisor made you rearrange the bulletin board four
times before it looked right. Or the day you dropped the plate of sandwiches in
the lunch room. You wondered how you ever could have decided to become a
teacher. lt was times like these when the life of a secretary certainly appealed.
Remember the nervousness of the days of parent-teacher conferences . . . you
wished desperately that you had been more observant of the children. But it al-
ways seemed that way. Even in the days of class observation, you always seemed
to be more absorbed in the activity and effect, rather than being able to con-
centrate on specific children. ln the conferences, though, it was thrilling the way
the parents accepted you as a teacher and listened respectfully to what you had
There were many other wonderful things, too, your pride in your students'
part in the assembly program, their bravery in getting their immunity shots, their
infectious joy when they mastered a playground skill, and your elation when they
became truly absorbed in the Words you spoke to them.
Soon it Was almost over. You felt that at last you could relax. But with a shock,
you realized you would miss the kids. You had to be stern with yourself to keep
back the tears when the goodbye hugs came. But with many promises to come
back soon for a visit, you climbed into the homeward bus for the last time.
. . . and you began answering raised hands.
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Now as you finish your college career,
you try to remember all the advice given
you. You especially try to hold fast to
every experience of student teaching. And
as you think of the exciting day you
taught your class alone, it's hard to be-
lieve you'll soon have another 180 just
like it. ltis a big challenge . . . and you
look forward to another Hfirst day" of
being a real teacher.
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I love to teach.
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er frbnents, that we are not aqv 'deer or any more virtuous than th
enbera of' the team, but the fact that Ive are held respons ble y t
fu of Regents for the continlqng operation ol' the college does nece si ate
taking the Initiative and h-:Wing a fihql 'vofti With regard to Post the deoie on
017 lb-I1'C-ies and plbcedures. hence, bgth the students and the teach! g aolll y
tilhes feel ,but URJ17 fly "the ad'Ui'7istrat.!on".
Iho Ive are se enou at ILC. to rec-o ze the preee nent n nee
OI' a -:thong tsh-Ing faczilty, pfbsrgded 'vi th the neoisielyv faeilltilgi 50 U G 8004
,job and reason,-,bly free from petty restrictions and Ifpstra tions so they an devote
their energies wholeheartedly to their instructional tes-Irs. Generally sbeafring
teaching staff' nenbers like to have a Dq1't in Policy 1"0fz7U.ZatI0n,' I be-llel' 've hal'
a Girly reasobable arrangement at .7'.C'. for such .l1g1'5.z'cIA,7ti'on.
Students lilrekise ha ve a yen to 'run things". I believe ve have a res
Sibil-It? E0 .Df'o"ide as f'Ully as 'Ye can for student .Qglwficlbqtion In the oberation
of the college. At the same tine, Ive have to be on S'LQrd lest students be dive e
flbn their central task of securing s rolnql education. Further, I believe we
to recognize, and lead the students to recognize, that there are inherent in the
student sta tus sofhe distinct handicaliq to effective parzicitgtion in edninfstretio
Drincilelly lack or ekperience and lack of continvity In the student body.
We have been Pol-ru te at I'.0., in Jud ent, In havin a ni
eelebbling between teaching Zi.:-uitg adwnistztives?-acuity and stidenltd
sheet division of' authority and reelbneibilitv. 4ll of us at ti
r holvever, that the college does not actllally belong t
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Dean of the College
Dean of Instruction
The administration of the college stands in four divisions, each With its respective head directly
responsible to the president of the college. The divisions are Instruction and Research, Student
Personnel, Field Services, and Business and Plant. In addition the College Relations Bureau pro-
vides an information service, publications direction and public relations service.
The hurried activity in the Faculty Room precedes Baccalaureate as faculty and graduates don their caps and gowns.
Mr. Philip C. Jennings -
Business Manager and Secretary h . AQAIV 35, :-1
Business and Plant
The Business Office, under the direction of Mr. Jennings, is responsible for receiving and disbursing
all the funds of Iowa State Teachers College. The functions of the college are handled by five de-
partments. The Physical Plant Departmentls aim is to maintain the buildings, grounds, and equip-
ment efficiently at Teachers College. The department employs ninety-six workmen full time, and
many students part time. The ten maintenance divisions are directed by Mr. Cole.
Mr. Eldon E. Cole Mr. James L. Bailey
Director of Department of Physical Plant Assistant Business Manager and Treasurer
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Dr. Daryl Pendergraft
Director of Field Services
The staff in .Field Services, directed by Dr. Pendergraft, is categorized into five departments which
include: Extension Service, a consultant service in which members of the campus faculty devote full
time to schools all over the state: Radio and TV, a public school enrichment program which offers
teaching services not available in classroomsg Placement Bureau, an office which assists graduates
in securing jobsg Alumni Affairs, an office which maintains contacts with graduatesg and the Public
School Relations, an office which has contact with public schools to further interest in teaching.
Dr. Raymond Schlicher
Director of the Placement Bureau
Mr. Milo Lawton -'
Assistant in Charge of Alumni Affairs
Mr. Herbert V. Hake
Director of Radio and Television
Mr. Robert E. Davis
Mr. Norbert K. Baumgart
Public School Relations Counselor
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Dr. Marshall R. Beard Mr. Merrill F. Fink
Registrar Assistant Registrar
Instruction and Research
Dr. Tom A. Lamke Dr. Herbert M. Silvey
Coordinator of Research, Assistant to Dean of Instruction Director of Research
Dr. Donald F. Howard
Coordinator of Curriculum, Assistant to Dean
The Division of Instruction and Research includes most of the academic phases of the college. The
division supervises instructional records, the marking procedure, advisory system, admissions and
the academic guidance of students. Also under this division are the Registrar's Office, the Library
and academic counseling service. The Division of Instruction and Research is headed by Dr. Mar-
shall R. Beard, Registrar. Working under him are the assistant registrar, coordinator of research, co-
ordinator of curriculum, director of research and head librarian.
Mr. Donald O. Rod
The Dean of Students, Dr. Bender, is af-
filiated With Student Personnel. As dean,
Dr. Bender and his staff give services
to coordinate the best facilities for hous-
ing, feeding and supervising the menls
residence halls on campus. providing ade-
quate living conditions off-campus, coun-
seling with men students concerning per-
sonal and social problems, and supervis-
ing their extracurricular activities. The
net results of the services offered are to
help each student adjust to college and to
make available opportunities to develop
social and intellectual individuals.
Dr. Paul F. Bender
Dean of Students
Dr. Marian lVIcBrair
Associate Dean of Students
The primary interest of the Associate X
Dean of Students, Dr. lVlcBrair, is to pro- Q?
mote the social and intellectual growth
of each woman student through a counsel-
ing and guidance program, both group
and individual, together with her staff and
Women's League officers. Besides coun-
seling women students and attending nu-
merous committee meetings on campus,
Dr. lVIcBrair is advisor to the Associate
Women Students, Intersorority Council,
Torch and Tassel, Off-Campus Women,
and works with Dean Bender on the Stu-
dent League Board, and Director of Halls.
V. D. French, lVl. D.
Dr. Harold E. Bernhard
Director of Health Serviees Director of Bureau of Religious Activities
The Student Health Service, headed by Dr.
French, is organized to afford educational and
preventive health care to the student body.
lts provisions apply, as a rule to acute condi-
tions only, and students with chronic ailments
are referred to competent private physicians.
Dr. Bernhard, Director of the Bureau of Re-
ligious Activities, is advisor to the Student
Council of Religious Activities. The Council
is composed of a representative from each of
the religious groups.
Dr. Kelso, Coordinator of Student Counseling,
and his staff are in charge of the special orien-
tation programs provided for all new under-
graduate students. Through this office, enter-
ing students are administered a series of tests
designed to measure ability in reading, me-
chanics of English, mathematics and physical
science at orientation.
Dr. Paul C. Kelso
Coordinator of Student Counseling
Director of College Relations, Mr. George Holmes, checks releases to be sent throughout the state with his secretary, Bernice
Contacts between the college and the public are made possible by the College Relations Bureau.
It provides news and sports information, public relations services such as visits to the campus by
legislators, business men and public relations workers, and publications direction. The department
sponsored Alpha Phi Gamma, a national honorary journalism fraternity.
John Bikkers, Publications Directorg Beverly DeLong, Director of information Services, and George Wine, Director of Sports
Information, discuss the latest CR releases.
STATE BOARD OF REGENTS-Left to right: V. B. Hamilton, Clifford Strawman, Mrs. Willard Archie, Dwight Rider, chairmang Roy Stevens,
Harry Hageman, C. L. Fredricksen, Richard Plock, Mrs. Frank Brooks.
State Board of Regents
FACULTY SENATE-Front row: Bernice Helff, Marshall Beard. Second row: Jean Bontz, William Dee, Mary Dieterich, Clifford Bishop, J. W
Maucker, Clayton Fowler. Third row: Donald Howard, Paul Bender, Tom Lamke, James Blanford, Erma Plaehn, James Bailey, Richard Lattin
James Kercheval, Eldon Cole.
Preparing art teachers as well as developing
an understanding of art expression are the
aims of the Art Department. Additions to the
permanent art collection were made possible
through purchases and donors. ln April the
second annual Art Fair was heldg high school
students showed their work and an art scholar-
ship was awarded. Mr. Gerald Shirley, Mr. Ted
Kurahara and Mrs. Joan Kacere were new fac-
ulty members this year. The department spon-
sored many and varied art exhibits through-
out the year. Kappa Pi and the Art Club were
sponsored by the Art Department.
A piece of sculpture gives Dr. Guillaume food for thought
ART DEPARTMENT-Seated: Clifford Herrold, Joan Kacere, Marjorie Campbell. Standing: Kenneth Gogel, Ralph Haskell, John Page, David
Di-lafield. Clayton Fowler, Paul Smith, HARRY GUILLAUME, Ted Kurahara.
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The Business Education Department is de-
signed to prepare business teachers in six
specialized areas. New faculty members this
year were Mrs. Mary Blanford, Mr. Darrell
J ones and Mr. Leonard Keefe. The Business
Education Department, formerly housed on
the third floor of the Administration Building,
moved to the Old Campus School. With mod-
ern office machines, new blond classroom fur-
niture, adjustable typewriting desks and more
space, better working conditions in the depart-
ment were made possible. The department
sponsored Pi Omega Pi and the Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America.
Reading a student's term paper keeps Dr. Douglas occupied.
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-Seated: James Blanford, Agnes Lebeda, Darrell Jones, LLOYD DOUGLAS, Katherine Humphrey
Standing: Margaret Weltha, Mary Blanford, Harland Samson, James Barron, William Roenigk.
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Dr. Bishop confronts students with challenges in education.
The Department of Education and Psychology provides professional education and psychology train-
ing for prospective teachers of Iowa. Newcomers on the staff this year were Mr. Alfred Barnes, Dr.
Walter De Kock, Miss Frances Hanson, Mr. Bernard Jacobson and Dr. Arthur Looby. In coopera-
tion with the Department of Teaching, the department is working on motion pictures to replace the
numerous observations usually made at the Campus School. The department sponsored Kappa Delta
Pi, Iowa Future Teachers Association, Kappa Pi Beta Alpha, Beta Alpha Epsilon and Elementa Ki.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY-First row: Arthur Looby, M. J. Wilcox, Esther Boehlje, Esther Hult, Frances Hanson,
Margaret Buswell. Second row: E. C. Denny, CLIFFORD BISHOP, A. E. Brown, Amy Arey, May Smith. Third row: Frank Martindale, Julie
Sparrow, Betts Roth, Nellie Hampton, Walter DeKock. Fourth row: Malcolm Price, Robert Adrian, Gordon Rhum, Arthur Henze, Howard Knut-
son, Oscar Thompson, Alfred Bames, Bert Woodcock.
Dr. Sutherland and Lena Buckingham prepare a demonstra-
The Horne Economics Department prepares future home economics teachers in two major areas:
general home economics and vocational home economics. These areas include textiles and clothingg
food and nutritiong family relationships and child developmentg housing, home furnishing and equip-
mentg family economics and home managementg and home economics education. A new member of
the department this year was Miss Ruth Hall. Organizations sponsored by this department were the
Ellen H. Richards Club and Theta Theta Epsilon.
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT-Seated: Josephine Yeager, Ruth Hall, ELISABETH SUTHERLAND. Standing: Olive Holliday, Edna
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N The 'Industrial Arts Department provides
practical education through experience in gen-
eral technical. mechanical and architectural
drawing, woodwork, electrical work, photog-
raphy, graphic arts, automotives, plastics and
leatherwork. ln addition to the shopwork and
other types of study at school, the Industrial
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to keep in contact with the industrial world,
since one of its major purposes is to help pupils
M interpret industry. Two new faculty members
if l f added this year were Mr. James La Rue and
I s 'X-, ' I f Mr. John Plummer, Jr. The department began
X my 3 Allkeff TY. iffy v offering a graduate program in the summer
,ll e Ji f -- ' session of 1956 and fifteen graduate students
' up A i M , M attended this first session. The department
V sponsored the Industrial Arts Club.
Advisees consult Dr. Reed about registration.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT-Seated: James La Rue. Willis Wagner. Raymond Matala. Lawrence Wright. Standing: HOWARD REED
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The purpose of the department can best be
summed up in the Words of Dr. Reninger as
"an exploration of human values." The For-
eign Language Listening Room, a new addi-
tion, has six machines on which students may
listen to foreign language conversations and
record their own voices. The department did
some experimenting to determine the advan-
tages of combining courses in the curriculum.
New faculty members this year were Miss
Amanda Langemo, Mr. Richard Dankleff, Mr.
Nafe Katter and Dr. James Clay. The depart-
ment sponsored College Players and the Speech
Dr. Reninger takes time out to relax between classes.
DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGES, SPEECH, AND LITERATURE-First row: Leo Goggin, David Williams, Alden Hanson, Nafe Katter, Ross
Jewell, Norman Stageherg, James Clay, James Hearst, Bernard De Hoff, John Cowley, Elaine McDavitt, M. B. Smith, Robert Davis, Harold
Bernhard, Thomas Thompson, Louise Forest, Edna Miller, Amanda Langemo. Second row: Loren Taylor, Edward Thorne, Edwin Maurer, Francis
Smith, Wallace Anderson, John Stuart, Ernest Fossum, Josef Schaefer, Richard Flowers, Richard Dankleff, Stanley Wood, Lillian Wagner, Char-
lotte Lawton, H. W. RENINGER. Third row: David Bluhm, Josef Fox.
In the Library are the departments of Library
and Library Science. The Library furnishes
carefully selected volumes, periodicals, docu'
ments and other references for students and
faculty and the Library Science prepares teach-
er-librarians for the schools of Iowa. Improve-
ments in the Library included a new ventila-
tion system in the book stacks, new blond fur-
niture. relighting of the building and com-
plete revamping of the periodical section and
librarian's office. Mr. Everett Howell and Mr.
Keith Knight joined the staff this year. Alpha
Beta Alpha was created by this department.
Mr. Rod, head librarian, keeps tab of library purchases
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT-Seated: Eileen Noonan, Irene lhresman, Lauretta MeCusker, Mary Dieterich. Standing: Everett Howell, Evelyn
Mullins, Dorothy Larsen, DONALD ROD, Margaret Fullerton, Fred Cram, Gertrude Voelker, Keith Knight.
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT--Seated: Julia Adkins, Glenadine Gibb, Fred Lott, Augusta Schurrer, Ina Silvey, HENRY VAN ENGEN.
Standing: Richard Crumley, Harold Trimble, E. W. Hamilton, Irvin Brune.
Dr. Van Engen discusses trends in teaching mathematics
with math majors Sandy Ladehoff and Roger Brockmeyer.
The Mathematics Department sponsored nu-
merous projects during the past year. Last
summer a National Mathematics Institute was
held on campus, the first of its kind to be
held on any teachers college campus in the
United States. The department is experiment-
ing to see, if with the proper conditions, the
students can obtain as much from larger
classes as they can from smaller ones. Or-
ganizations sponsored hy the department
were the Mathematics Club and Kappa Mu
Epsilon. Dr. Julia Adkins and Dr. Richard
Crumley were added to the staff this year.
The Music Department, headed by Dr. Myron
Russell, sponsored numerous organizations and
activities throughout the year. The organiza-
tions included the many college choruses and
choirs, the college band and orchestra, and the
Opera Production group. Included in the nu-
merous activities Were faculty, senior, and
general student recitalsg band, orchestra, en-
semble, and choral concerts, and opera, and
the Christmas Oratorios.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT-Seated: Suzanne Conklin, William Latham Jvone Maxwell MYRON RUSSELL Frank Hill Jane Mauck Standing
Dean Sanders, Patricia Brown, Olive Barker, Norma Wendelberg, Emil Bock Russell Baum Arthur Redner Joseph Burns Marvin Howe David
Kennedy, David Whisner, Marjorie Iverson, Harald Holst, Jane Birkhead
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MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION-Seated: Art Dickinson, L. L. MENDENHALL, L. W. Whitford, James Clark, William Koll, James Witham
Standing: C. L. Starbeck, Edward Lyons.
Training of coaches and physical education
teachers is the main purpose of the M en's
Physical Education Department. Men students
may also participate in physical activities
through an extensive program of intramural
and intercollegiate athletics, sponsored by the
department. New additions to the staff this year
included James Witham, Ed Lyons and Homer
Beinfang. The department sponsored all varsi-
ty teams, the HI" Club, a wrestling tourna-
ment and the TC Relays. A coaching clinic for
high school and college coaches was also held.
Itis again time to begin the dayis work for Mr. Mendenhall
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The Department of Physical Education for
Women offers a major in physical education
for secondary teachers, physical education for
elementary teachers and gives the students an
opportunity to acquire recreational skills. The
department sponsored the Physical Education
Club, Marlins and Orchesis. An exchange in-
structor in the department this year was Miss ,fs
Josephine Skittery of England.
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Department head, Dr. Bontz, takes a moment from work.
WOMENS PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT--Seated: Dorothy Moon, Josephine Skittery, Jeannette Potter, Shirley Possom. Standing:
Shirley Winsberg, Virginia Ramsay, JEAN BONTZ, Barbara Yager, Thelma Short, Mary Bell.
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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-Seated: Robert Rogers, R. W. Getchell, C.W. LANTZ, E. J. Cable. Second row: Pauline Sauer, Howard Lyon,
Dorothy Matala, Virgil Dowell, George Patten, Ernestine Smith, H. Fowler, Willard Poppy. Third raw: Herman Nelson, Leland Wilson, Vern
Jensen, James Kercheval, Verlin Lee, George Worley, Martin Grant. Fourth row: Leonard Winier, Charles Allegre, Richard Lacey, Clifford Mc-
Dr. Lantz makes plans for the summer Science Institute.
The Science Department includes the fields of
chemistry, biology, physics and earth science.
New members added to the staff this year were
Dr. Virgil Dowell, Mr. George Worley, Mr.
Verner Jensen and Mr. Howard Lyon. The
department sponsored the Science Fair and
the Conservation Camp at Springbrook State
Park. In cooperation with Iowa State College
and the State University of Iowa the depart-
ment participated in the Lakeside Laboratory
on Lake Okoboji. Dr. Martin Grant received
a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Beta Beta Beta is sponsored by the Science
The aim of the Social Science Department is
to give the widest possible understanding of
the societies of the world. their histories and
their problems. The new faculty members this
year were Dr. J. B. Tulasiewicz, Dr. Nathan
Talbott and Dr. Harold Wohl. The department
sponsored Pi Gamma Mu and the Internation-
al Relations Club and assisted in the television
program. "Landmarks of Iowa History." The
Iowa Historical Society this year published
Dr. L. L. Sages biography. William Boyd Al-
lison: :I Study in Practical Politics.
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Planning schedules is one of Dr. Langls quarterly jobs
SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT4First row: Herbert Margulies, William Dee. M. R. Thompson, Howard Thompson. Second row: WILLIAM
LANG, George Robinson. Theodore Dohrman. Howard Jones, Nath
an Talbott, Leland Sage, Bruno Tulasiewicz, George Poage, Ralph Fahrney
TEACHING DEPARTMENT-First row, seated: Ross Nielsen, Robert Brimm, Edward Ruman, Caryl Middleton, Raymond Martin, Rose Dolan.
Second row, seated: Corrine Harper, Mildred Blackman, Evelyn Campbell, Dorothy Winede, Ardith Emmons, Lucile Anderson, Dorothy Doeh-
ring, Marilyn Schlemmer, Naomi Schneider, Eulalie Tumer, Myrtle Stone. Third row, standing: Joe Przychodzin, Bernice Helff, Margaret
Divelbess, Eleanor McBride, Nova Nelson, Alice Bakken, Ruth Hutcheson, Edna Mantor, Florence Kasiske, Lois Shefte, Peter Mazula. Fourth
row, standing: George lmmerzeel, Albert Potter, Mary Schmitt, Georgia Adams, Jane Barrett, Howard Vander Beek, Laura Gilloley, Richard
Lattin, Agnes Gullickson, Melvin Schneider, Mardelle Mohn, DWIGHT K. CURTIS, Robert Swatts.
Checking the mail is one of Dr. Curtis' daily duties.
The major project of the Teaching Department
this year was the establishment of new off-
campus teaching centers for future use. A field
house addition to the laboratory school build-
ing is to be completed in the fall of '57. Addi-
tions to the teaching staff at Campus School
this year were: Harold Budensiek, Russell Han-
sen, George lmmerzeel, Mary Ann Jackson,
Mrs. Ruth Mahon, Ernest Slottag, Robert
Swatts, and Thomas Wikstrom. New staff mem-
bers at Hudson were: Ella Kreb, Louise Oel-
berg, Mrs. Marion Pederson, Andrew Swota,
and Joe Shiferli.
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Queen Allison Mukai, chosen by the in-
ter-fraternity and inter-sorority councils,
reigned over the Creek Week festivities
at TC last Spring. Everyone became aware
of the Creek letter societies during Creek
Week when activities were kicked off by
a variety show in the Commons ballroom.
Special acts were provided by the sorori-
ties and fraternities on campus. The high-
light of the week, however, was the in-
ter-sorority and inter-fraternity dance held
Saturday night in the Commons ballroom.
Queen Allison's crowning capped a suc-
cessful week and a successful dance for
the 1955-56 Greek Week.
Allison Mukai reigns as Queen
Members of Tau Sigma Delta execute
the can-can at the Greek Week variety
of Greek Week dance
The First Piano Quartet talks over an
arrangement to be used in their TC
Dr. Polgar searches in the books for
the bill he made disappear.
Forty fingers, 352 keys of the First Piano
Quartet fascinated an audience of TC music
lovers with their renditions of numbers rang-
ing from classical to popular. The Ohio Wes-
leyan University A Cappella Choir closed an
extended tour of the midwest with their ap-
pearance at TC. Weird and unusual stunts
with hypnotism were the results of Dr. Pol-
gar's visit to TC for the final presentation of
the Spring Lecture Series.
The Ohio Wesleyan
Choir prepares for its
visit to our campus.
Barbara Teig, blonde, blue-eyed kinder-
garten-primary major, was chosen by the
ul" Club as the Queen of the 1956 TC
Relays. Attending Barb for the 33rd an-
nual Relays were Glenda Wilson, sopho-
more art major, Rosemary Fitzgerald,
junior kindergarten-primary major and
Ruth Stuchel, freshman business major.
Queen Barb and her court witnessed over
1100 trackmen representing more than
40 high schools and colleges as they
smashed nine records and tied two more
on a 'gbeautiful day for the races." TC
held two of the nine records broken at
the Relays, the 4480 yard shuttle hurdle
relay and the shot put.
Barb Teig, 1956 TC Relays Queen
President Maucker con-
gratulates Barb and her
attendants as the Relays
George Bernard Shaw's military satire,
HArms and the Man,H was the Spring
presentation of the Department of Lan-
guages, Speech and Literature. The de-
lightful comedy was set in Bulgaria
during the winter of the Balkan War.
Involved in the cast Were a Swiss soldier,
of fortune, a pretentious Bulgarian of-
ficer and his wife, their romantic
daughter, a Bulgarian army officer, a
man of the World, and a not too innocent
maid. Scenery and lighting were done
by Mr. Stanley Wood. Miss Hazel Stray-
er directed for her last time at TC.
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M. Petkoff breakfasts with her husband, home from the Serbian Wars.
My daughter will be only too, too delighted to marry Captain Blunchlif, announces Madame Petkoff with a meaningful glance.
Blacks Tea Room was the site of the ninth
annual Gridiron dinner sponsored by the jour-
nalism fraternity. Alpha Phi Gamma. The din-
ner was attended by the College Eye and Old
Cold staffs. Dave Beuter, board of publications
president. presented awards to outstanding
members of the two staffs. The highest award,
the traveling oil can trophy, was awarded to
both the editor of the College Eye, Marilyn
Schabacker, and the editor of the OLD GOLD,
Paul Smith. The name of each year's winner
is imprinted on the oil can, symbolizing work
above and beyond the call of duty.
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A telephone call from her daughter, Mary
Ruth, informed Mrs. A. J. Culbert of Marion
that she had been selected as TC,s Mother of
the Day. Chosen on the basis of her daughter's
college performance, Mrs. Culbert was present-
ed to the students by President Maucker at
the student variety show May 5. Week-end ac-
tivities included registration, teas sponsored by
various organizations, Hlilantasy Land" created
by the Marlins, and the Sunday chapel service.
TC women students and their mothers head for the Mother s Day dinner following the Mother of the Day presentation
The traditional tapping of eight women chosen
for membership in Chimes, junior women's honor
organization, began the annual Womenis Day
activities on the TC campus. Campbell dining
hall was the site of the Associated Women Stu-
dents dinner honoring the house councils of the
women's dorms, the executive board of the off-
campus unit and special guest. Highlighting the
activities was the address, 'GThe Eternal Tri-
angle," by Mrs. Imogene Emery at the Women's
Day Convocation following the dinner. The in-
stallation of the 1956-1957 A W S officers,
womenis dormitory officers, and new members
of Purple Arrow, Chimes, and Torch and Tassel
capped a successful day and year for TC's
Mrs. Emery addresses TC women.
Counselors are SWOITI in
Shades of aqua, blue and green carried
out the HAqua Allurei' theme of the
Spring Formal sponsored by the Social
Life Committee. An underwater illusion
was created by fish nets, treasure chests
and sea horses which accented the walls
of the ballroom. A sea castle provided
an arcliway through which couples could
dance. Music for the dance was supplied
by Larry Barnett and his band.
Larry Barnettis band plays for 4'Aqua Alluref'
Couples crowd the underwater decorated ballroom
Students who made outstanding records at TC,
both in scholarship and in extra-curricular par-
ticipation, were recognized at the 1955-56
Honors Convocation. President J. W. Maucker
commended the honor students for their
achievements and Dr. D. F. Howard spoke on
HThe Utopian College Communityf, Follow-
ing the convocation, a reception honoring the
honor students and their parents was held in
the Ceorgian Lounge.
Maucker addresses TC honor students
A cappella entertains at convocation.
Platform guests await presentations
Boat rides on PreXy's Pond, the Bohemian
dog paddle, a precision diving contest and
canoe jousting were all part of the Final
Fling for '56, Presented by the newly or-
ganized Seerley UYacht Club," the water
show revealed King Neptune and his
queen, Beth Talcott, as the underwater
rulers. A movie, dancing and refreshments
followed the water show.
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Queen Beth and King Neptune reign as royalty of Final F ling.
Contestant dives in to win dog paddle race.
Yacht Club members make a running leap in diving competition.
Students and staff enjoy the summer session smorgasbord.
TC was again the scene of the Iowa
Girls' State and other summer sessions.
Highlights of the summer at TC would
include not only work and study, but
play and activities as well. Included in
the activities of the summer would be
such things as a travel talk, an old
fashioned country party, a smorgasbord
Girls Staters stand at at-
tention at early morning
flag raising in front of
Dr. H. Shapley opens summer lecture series with astronomy.
Busy EYE staff works
to meet last deadline.
Variety was provided when the Summer Entertainment Series brought a jazz program, a dance and
drama team and a noted songsmith with 'cmemories and melodiesf' Lectures by professors from
three universities added to the cultural aspect of the summer. A band and choral concert by the
Music Department showed the profit of a summer of work. The presentation of N. Richard Nash's
comedy, 6'The Rainmakerf' was directed by Mr. Stanley Wood.
The Rainmaker comes to save the Curry ranch from drought and bring personal conflicts to a climax.
September 9 spelled the beginning of a
new and exciting way of life for many
college freshmen and transfer students.
Placement tests, picnics, registration,
meetings and mixers swept the new stu-
dents along at a rapid pace. Upperclass
counselors returned to campus early to
prepare for orientating the new students
and receive instructions.
Confusion reigns as freshmen register for the first time
Cards are checked in final step of registration process.
Placement tests add more to bewilder the new students.
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Amidst the excitement of moving in, most students found time to attend
the reception for parents and new students in the Georgian Lounge on
entrance day. Meetings started right off with an evening convocation in
the Auditorium which provided a glimpse of life at TC to newcomers. Af-
ter a day of tests and curriculum meetings, a picnic and recreation were
sponsored by AWS and Men's Union. Following the picnic everyone moved
to the Stadium for the first pep rally of the year. Registration day was cli-
maxed with an assembly for new students. Library Open House and the
W. R. A. mixer were followed by the first day of class.
New students meet with their counselors to go over the schedule and hear of coming events.
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dents with the facilities and activities at the Commons. Games, dancing, refreshments and programs
by the social sororities and fraternities gave students an opportunity to meet other new students.
The highlight of the week, the Newcomer's Variety Show, for the first time had all seats reserved
for new students. Two weeks later, HAutumn Leaves," the annual AWS-MU style show, was pre-
sented as a part of the orientation program. The evening's program took the new students through
the seasons and events of the year via models dressed in clothes appropriate for the occasion. The
hectic activity of Orientation Week over, classes began and new students started using the informa-
tion gained during the week.
The AWS-MU picnic for new students provides the necessary change from tests.
Models relax after style show.
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TC students again paid tribute to their dads by
honoring them at the Annual Dadis Day. During
the half time of the game between the Panthers
and North East Missouri State. Mr. Oren E.
Brinkley. chosen on the basis of his son Hone
activities. was presented as "Dad of the Day."
The traditional Dadis Day dance was held in the
Commons ballroom Saturday night and the week
end concluded with a student led chapel service
Mr. Oren E. Brinkley. Dad of the Day
As a brisk wind blows. Don Moody presents the Dad of the Day with a gift at the half time of the Dadls Day football game
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Homecoming, 1956 . . . a week end long to
remember! Friday's partial cut day, the bon-
fire and pep rally at PreXy's Pond set the
spirit for an enthusiastic week end of Home-
coming activities. Campus decorations, the
parade and spontaneous cheers furthered the
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Friday evening brought the Homecoming va-
riety show to the fore and TC talent provided
entertainment for students, friends and re-
turning alums. The original and creative
floats seen Saturday forenoon were entered
in one of the largest parades in TC history.
The climax of the Homecoming spirit was
reached Saturday when the Panthers met
Morningside. "Fall Flurryf' with Don Shaw
and his orchestra, wound up the festivities.
Homecoming variety show brings a bit of Hawaii
Everything from Elvis to beauties is seen at Saturday's Homecoming parade as it moves from downtown to the College Hill.
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Jan Christeson, Denise
Dennis, a n d Marilyn
Lawrence keep smiling
Queen Glenda rides at the head of Saturday's parade.
Beautiful and charming, Glenda Wilson
reigned over the week's activities as the
Homecoming Queen. Glenda, crowned by
President Maucker at half time of the
football game, was selected by the student
body from 25 Nl" Club nominees. Queen
Glenda and ber court, consisting of ,lan
Christeson, Denise Dennis and Marilyn
Lawrence. were presented with gifts and
were guests of honor at the Homecoming
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The first program of the Fall Lecture-Concert
series was the Dave Brubeck Quartet. TC con-
cert goers thrilled to the unique style of the
group, who improvised all but the beginnings
and endings of the numbers. The second series
presented the Bight Honorable Herbert Mor-
rison. Mr. Morrison, one of the most respected
members of Britain's Parliament, lectured on
"The Battle for Peace." Included in his lec-
ture Was the British view of the Middle East
Herbert Morrison speaks at second lecture-concert series
The first lecture-concert series brought the ultimate in progressive jazz when the Dave Brubeck Quartet appeared here
TC's All-College Convocation during the fall
quarter was held in observance of American
Education Week. Dr. Virgil Hancher, Presi-
dent of the State University of lowa, was the
featured speaker. Dr. Hancher's '6Observations
on English and American Educationw were
based on numerous personal experiences with
British education institutions. ln his address
he cautioned, 6'What should cause us genuine
concern is theGArrogance of lgnorancelf' Presi-
dent Maucker welcomed all old and new stu-
dents to the campus, and the College Sym-
phony Orchestra, under the direction of Dr.
Myron Russell, played two selections.
Dr. Virgil Hancher speaks at the Fall Convocation
Students and faculty are warned of the "Arrogance of Ignorance" by Dr. V. F. Hancher, President of the University of Iowa
Presidents of approximately 50 campus
organizations attended the annual Presi-
dent's Dinner in the east dining room of
the Commons. sponsored by the Organi-
zations Committee of Student League
Board. Marilyn Turnquist, chairman of
the committee. introduced the featured '53 ,I
speaker, Dr. Howard V. Jones. ln his ill-J'
address, Dr. Jones warned the campus xx-
leaders of the danger of being indispen- V,-
sable to their organizations, and stated
that H. . . a good leader is one whom As..,,-
people hardly know exists as a leader." 'ap
Guests present included President lVIauc-
ker, Dean Nelson and Dean Bender.
Campus leaders enjoy a Maxwell original as they eat dinner.
President J. W. Maucker and honored guests relax a moment before dessert and the program at the annual Presidentls
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OLD GGLD Pageant
Eighty gorgeous TC coeds who had been nominated
as contestants for the OLD GOLD Beauty Pageant pa-
raded in review before a panel of eight judges to deter-
mine the top fifteen campus beauties. The girls were
nominated by campus organizations and individuals
for this first annual beauty pageant. Mr. Herbert Hake.
as master of ceremonies. introduced each contestant to
the panel of judges and the predominantly male audi-
ence. The contestant appeared first in formals and then
in shorts and sweaters while the ,lim Fox Quintet played
suitable background music. Admittance to the pageant
was a 1957 OLD GOLD receipt. Judges for the event
were representatives of campus social fraternities, fac-
ulty members and merchants. The fifteen girls picked
as winners then vied for a place as one of the four OLD
Four lovely contestants prepare for final
appearance at OLD GOLD Beauty Pageant.
Eighty of TC7s beautiful girls pose on stage for finale.
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4'Religion, So What?" was the theme of the annual
campus Religion In Life Week. A busy week for stu-
dents began with the Sunday chapel service at which
Dr. Harry Kruener delivered the sermon. The three
main speakers for the event were the Reverend Harry
Kruener. Dean of Chapel and professor of religion at
the Denison University in Ohio: Father James Supple,
first pastor of the St. Thomas Aquinas Parish in Ames
and chaplain at lowa State Collegeg and Dr. Charles E.
Boddie, a member of the Board of Education and Pub-
lication of the American Baptist Convention, president
of the Rochester Pastor's Union, and social research
specialist. Sunday night the speakers visited the student
centers. At the All-College Convocation, students and
faculty heard Dr. Boddie as he warned that Hlgnorance
Is Not Bliss." All three pastors made classroom appear-
ances and led group buzz sessions during the remainder
of the week. Also an important part of this event were
the singspirations heard in the Georgian Lounge and
the dormitory coffee hours and discussion groups.
Dr. Charles Boddie Warns students that Hlgnorance ls Not Blissf'
A Negro choir brings religion in the form of a singspiration.
Gilbert and Sullivan's Miluado, a satirical comic
opera. was presented as the Music Departmenfs
annual opera. The opera centers around Nanki-
Poo, played by John Lindblom, the son of the
Mikado, Jerry Ohm, who leaves his home to
escape marrying Katisha, Barbara Priest. Dis-
guised as a niinstrel, Nanki-Poo meets Yum-
Yum. Beverly Hilmer, the beautiful Ward of
KoKo, John Van Epps, and falls in love at
first sight. This involves the lords Pish-Tush
and Pooh-Bah, John Heiden and Jerry Curry
and things reach a climax when the Mikado dis-
covers Nanlii-Poo and Yuni-Yum on their hon-
eymoon. The chorus and cast, under the direc-
tion of Harald Holst and Jane Birkhead. turned
in spectacular performances. The musical ac-
companiment by the orchestra was directed by
Nanki-Poo expresses his love for lovely Yum Yum with
'cWere you not to Ko-Ko plightedw as they meet in Ko Ko s
Two little maids from school, Pitti-Sing. Betty Olinger, and Peep-Bo. Sylvia Larson, Pooh-Bah. and Pish-Tush get in character
lbsen's Ghosts took to the boards as the
choice of the winter production of the
Languages, Speech and Literature De-
: partment. This intensely realistic drama
X deals with the thought that society is un-
just in certain moral truths it holds.
Bringing life and believeability to lbsen
took the combined efforts of five sensitive
and skilled actors, plus the creative touch
of the directors and student crews. Audrey
Hayes played the part of Mrs. Alving, a
widowed mother torn between her mind
and heart. Her physically ill and mentally
broken son Oswald, was played by Dick
Kapfer. Pastor Manders, a friend of the
family, was played by Dave Bueter. Nan-
cy Norvell was cast as Regina Engstrand,
the saucy maid who was first and fore-
most looking out for her own welfareg
and Jim Dunlavy was cast as the old car-
penter, Jacob Engstrand, who could talk
with a smooth and silky tongue. The play
was directed by James H. Clay, and the
set was designed by Stanley Wood. Cos-
tumes were by Charlotte Lawton.
"The ghosts of the conservatory walk again!" as Mrs. Alving
overhears an affair between Oswald and Regina.
Oswald shocks Pastor Manders, telling him he is too concerned with opinion and duty to see beyond surface appearances.
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OLD GOLD Election i 3
TC students cast their ballots for the four
most beautiful girls and most popular stu-
dents on campus this Winter. Naomi Harold, , V: We h
,lan Adamson, Jeannie Bricker, and Nancy l il
Peterson were selected, in one of the largest ,Q 4L ,,
campus elections ever held, as the top four g
OLD COLD beauties from a field of fifteen
candidates. Chosen from a list of most popu-
lar people sponsored by campus organiza-
tions were Roberta Kenny, sponsored by
Delta Delta Phi and Chimes, Glenda Wilson,
sponsored by Wesley Foundation, Sonny
Tgiros, sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma,
and Toby Robinson, sponsored by the Nl"
Voters view the most popular students at election
Students cast their votes to determine the four OLD GOLD beauties and the four OLD COLD popularity winners of 1957.
OLD GOLD Popularity
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Four of TC's most beautiful Coeds were
chosen by the "lu Club to reign as the
Ml" Club royalty for the winter quarter,
1957. bliss Pat Banks. a blond. blue-eyed
sophomore from Winterset. was named as
the ul" Club Queen. Pat. a kindergarten-
primary major. was crowned at the half
time of the TC-Morningside game by
Dean M. J. Nelson. Also presented at half
time were the three freshman attendants,
Martha lsindholm. Donna Nlusgrove and
Sharon Small. Miss Lindholm. a blond
freshman. is a two-year kindergarten-pri
mary major from Ogden. Miss lVlusgroVe,
a dark-haired. brown-eyed beauty. is a
vocal music major from Waterloo. Sharon
Small. another brown-eyed brunette, is
a two-year kindergarten-primary major
Miss Pat Banks, Winter "I" Club Queen
Queen Pat, attendants and
escorts pose following the
presentation and crown-
ing. Left to right, are:
Jim Hershberger, Queen
Pat Banks, Sharon Small,
Tom Reynolds, Dick For-
manek, Martha Lindholm,
Donna Musgrove, and Lee
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COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES-Jerry Torgerson. Arden Sollicn. STUDENT LEAGUE BOARD-Seated: Margaret Arends, Marilyn
Carolyn Dougherty. Turnquist, Carol Gaunt, Joyce MeLennon, Marilyn Lowman, Loraine
Douglass, Sally Graskewicz. Standing: Ron Salmonson, Don Larson,
Student League Board, the chief student governing body on campus, has three main functions: rep-
resenting students on campus, furthering student-faculty relations and giving students a voice in
campus affairs. The presidents of lVIen's Union, Associated Women Students, and the housing units,
as Well as the chairman of the standing committees are included in SLB.
SOCIAL LIFE C0MMITTEE4Reg1na Miller, Mary Irwin, Joy Everhart. Don Adams, Roberta Kenny, Doris Hofer, Phil Sproule, Frank Howell
Marilyn Lowman, Mrs. Ethel Winier, social life director.
Tom Bartleson, Doug Doerzman, Vern Ogden, Clayton Thomas, Victor ORGANIZATIONS COMMITTEE-Seated: Dr, Marian McBrair,
Dierksen, Jean Goldapp, Shirley Post, Judith Nordly, Arden Sollien, Carmen Smith, Beverly Hurt, Pabuline Uuskallio, Joan Adams: Stand-
Kaye Erickson. ing: Robert Happel, Lona Neilson, James McNeal, Ed Raffensberger.
Standing committees and their chairmen included Social Life Committee with Marilyn Lomang Stu-
dent-Faculty relations with Victor Dierkseng Organizations headed by Marilyn Turnquist, and the
Committee on committees headed by SLB vice president Arden Sollien. Doug Doerzman was elected
SLB president in an all campus election and Carol Gaunt was appointed secretary.
STUDENT FACULTY RELATIONS COMMITTEE-Seated: Nancy Norvell, Erma Plaehn, June Takamiya, Augusta Schurrer. Standing:
Arthur Redner, Clifford Herrold, Jerry Thompson, Victor Dierksen.
Donald Annette Marie James Gerald David
Adams Allen Barger Brunner Cias Coerper
Victor Beverly Carolyn Jack
Dierksen Dornbusch Dougherty Farrell
Purple Key, a tradition started in 1952, is
a recognition fraternity established by the
Student League Board and sponsored by the
Student Welfare Board. Each year one per
cent of the student body is chosen to receive
Purple Key recognition, the epitome of suc-
cess, the highest award a student can receive
at Teachers College. This fraternity recog-
nizes students who have been active in aca-
demic and extracurricular activities, also
those who have shown excellence and sin-
cerity in scholarship. All students that are
eligible for Purple Key must be at least a
third quarter junior or a senior, with a cu-
mulative grade point of 2.5 or more. The
students chosen were honored and received
certificates at the All-College Honors convo-
cation in the spring. Since 1952, Purple
Key has replaced '6Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities."
Grskewicz J Hayes
V if gin a Barbara Loretta Curtis Janet Pafll
Jordan Lucas Middleton Noble Pattee Pflchafd
Barbara Sharon D0T1I1a Darrell Shirley DQI1ald
Priest Sanders SCh11ltZ Scott Wlxannel W'1I1fCl'S
Sally Craskewicz. AWS President
The A488061-IIICUI Ilwomen Students is the main governing body
for all Teachers College women. The purpose of JWS is to
function as the governing body of, by and for all women stu-
dents. Operating with a new structure this year, AWS is Com-
posed of a connnunitv council. inter-residence council and
housing unit governments. The legislative committee of the
community Council passes all legislation. .LIWS housing unit
representatives and a program chairman to correlate all cam-
pus events give women more representation. A few of the year's
activities included a tea for all new women students. Christmas
earoling and Women's Day.
ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDl5.NTSfStzzm1z'rzg. from: Helen Gurtiza. treasurer: Roxy Shape, secretaryg Sally Craskewicz. presidentg Carolyn
Dougherty. vice president. Seated: Connie Brink. Jackie Vander Waul. ,lan Kellogg. Frances Green. Standing, back: Donna Meinhard, Donna
Linden. Marilyn Lowman, Marlene England, Roberta Kenny, Sharon Sanders. Virginia Hudson, Mary Lou Fredricksen.
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Every Teachers College man belongs to Merfs Union.
The purpose of this organization is to increase the op-
portunities for the men to develop in all aspects of
college life. Various committees plan programs for
orientation, traditions, standards and scholarship. Ac-
tivities this year included a party forthe orphanage in
Waverly, the style show in association with the Associ-
ated Women Students, and men's intramurals. This
year's officers were Ronald Salmonson, presidentg
Jerald Torgerson, vice presidentg and Philip Lonning,
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MEN'S UNION-Front row: Charles Noneman, Ronald Salmonson. Second row: Robert Hahn, Dean Jensen, Robert Mclntire, Thomas Reynolds,
Lawrence Campbell, Terry Halstead, Harry Morley, Jack Farrell, Jerald Torgerson, Gerald Thompson. Back row: Charles Mandernach, Philip
Lonning, Dennis Jensen.
Counselors Orient New Students
At the beginning of each school year at TC tl1e bewildered freshmen and transfer students are cord-
ially greeted by a selected group of upperclassmen ,known as counselors. During Orientation Week
these counselors guide the new students through such confusing ordeals as registering and getting
acquainted with the campus. The counselors continue to guide the freshmen with problems through-
out their first year in college. One of the counselors' most important jobs is to urge the freshmen to
develop interst in self-government by participation in the elections. Les
MENS COUNSELORS-Front row: Leroy Crawford, Larry Bruner, Arden Sollien, Wilbur Fleming, Donald Adams. Second row: Ronald Salmon-
son, Philip Lonning, Robert Senft, Jerald Torgerson, Philip Sproule. Back row: Michael Horton, James Doerzman, John Lindblom, David Beuter,
Harry Morley, David Gunderson, Lawrence Campbell, James Lennie, Robert Mclntyre.
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Heading the housing units on and off campus are councils with members selected by each unit. Wom-
en studentsi councils include those in Bartlett, Lawther and Campbell in addition to off-campus
women. This year, reorganization in the government of menis residence halls resulted in Stadium
and Seerley-Baker having a total of eleven houses, each with officers of its own. The off-campus
men have two councils, one each for Cedar Falls and Waterloo. In this manner, all students have,
in some way. a voice in the campus government, for they can speak directly through their repre-
LAWTHER HALL SOPHOMORES-Front row: Charlotte Nichols, Georgia Masden. Elna Peterson, Joyce McLennan. Second row: Kay Korns,
Mary Lynne Howe, Marie O'Toole, Carolyn Niibu, Joan Abbott, Doris Reed, Paula Wilcox. Third row: Shirley Nielson, Karen Hansen, Barbara
Jacobs, Delores Luxford, .lo Meyer. Vicki Cole, Sally Bruch. Lori Hump. Fourth row: Janyce Thorson, Mary Wigton, Dorothy Stone, Nona Was-
son ldown the steps! Gwen Holz, Paula Warner, Jeannine Peck, Joanne Sander, Eleanor Wilkans, Doris Johnson, Janann Kellogg, Carolyn
Bruce, Marlis Bock,
Garnett Cox, Shirley Barth.
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Seated: Darlene Cope, Kaye Erickson,
Meredith Monteith, JoAnne Rober.
Standing: Janice Gobeli, Lorna Tjaden,
Marlene Vogt, Mary Butler.
BARTLETT-Seated, front row: Cathryn Campbell, Elaine Appleby, Marilyn Seiler, Lynette Hoskins, Carmen Smith, JoAnne Knock, Eleanor Van
Velzen. Second row: Barbara Bradley, Carol Justice, Margaret Ahrens, Naomi Morijuchi, Patricia Chang, Judith Beyer. Third row: Amy Nojiri,
Virginia Magoon, Betsy Fette, Anita Duffield, Joanne Holden, Myrna Cowan, Norma Fridlington, Patricia Kucera, Joye Everhart, Linda Diehn.
Back row: Marva Nygaard, Patricia Robovsky, Frances Erwin, Margaret Neiby, Louise Ziemer, Phyllis Bowman, Patricia Clinton, Dora Dohler,
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SEERLEY-BAKER-Seated, front row: Edward Gourley, Donald Tyrrell, John Heying. Second row: Ronald Jarchow, Jerry Janssen, Donald Lar-
son, Dwayne Polka, Keith Harter, Constantine Tgiros. Third row: Sheridan Strayer, Clifford Angell, Arland Waters, Ronald Garrison, Adolf
Knobloch, John Peterson, Charles Mandernach, Donald Loomis, Norman Nevenhoven, Roger Bridges, Loren Olson, Dennis Buckley.
CEDAR FALLS MEN'S HOUSING
UNIT-Clayton Thomas, presidentg
Thomas Meinders, secretary-treas-
urerg Jay McGrew, vice president.
WATERLOO 'VIEN S HOUSING UNIT-Seated: Vemard Brown, Robert Denton, Charles Mordan. Standing: Larry Ohl, Dick Lynes, secretary
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has two main divisions, the Senate and the
eleven houses. This association, set up in
1956, gives each resident in the menls halls
a direct representation in controlling their
student government. lt connects the menls
dormitories socially, scholastically and
through regulations and recreation. The Head
Residents act as an intermediary between the
administration and the resident.
AMRH-Seated: Arland Waters, Harry Morley, Dwayne Polka, Con
stantine Tgiros, Ronald Salmonson, Cary Bush. Standing: Jerry Ohm
John Miller, Richard Chute, Vern Ogden, Clarlg McCleary.
HEAD RESIDENTS-Front raw: Donald Adams, Donald Moody, .lames Brunner, Robert Tschirki, Philip Lonning, Len Froyen. Second row:
Jim Doerzman, Ernest Fuhs, John Lindblom, Arden Sollien, Michael Horton. Back row: Lee Christiansen, Jerald Torgerson, Leroy Crawford
Lawrence Campbell, Harry Morley.
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Seerley-Baker H all
Seerley and Baker Halls were combined with a new unit this year into the new men's housing unit
on campus. Directed by Mr. Harry Morley, the dormitory housing four hundred and fifty men, is
divided into nine houses which are named after former Iowa governors. The dormitory provides sev-
eral lounges for relaxation and reading, two TV lounges, and two recreation rooms.
Seerley - Baker men
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residents of this hall Wouldnit normally get from classes.
They are social life, recreation, scholastic encouragement,
and rules and regulations. The two houses in Stadium are
Gear and Sherman. The hall has four counselors whose job
it is to advise the residents. Two head residents act as in-
termediates hetween the men and the administration of the
school. Stadium Hall houses approximately one hundred men
with lounge area and television. A kitchenette is also avail-
ahle to the men. Robert Mclntire is the director of this hall.
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Bartlett Hall. the freshman dorm, is the oldest residence hall on cam-
pus. Heading the dormitory were Miss Jayne Van Deusen and Miss
Beverly Belson. assistant: Margaret Alirens. presidentg Naomi Mori-
guclii. vice president: and Carol Justice, secretary. Many social ac-
tivities were lield during the year including inter-dorm parties.
The main entrance to Bartlett Hall. freshman WOII16ll.S dormitory on the TC campus.
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The various activities within Lawther Hall kept the
sophomore Women busy all year. Under the direction
of Miss Hermione Shantz and her assistant, Miss
Avis Evely, the sophomore women governed them-
selves through a house council. Freshmen elected
officers at the end of the fall quarter.
Two women move in for the new year.
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Miss Sadie B. Campbell, former dean
of women at TC, houses junior, senior,
graduate, and transfer Women stu-
dents. lts government is carried out
by a cabinet, general assembly and
unit meetings. At each unit meeting
a different girl is chosen to represent
her unit, this arrangement gives every-
one a chance to participate in the gov-
erning body. Some of the special func-
tions of Campbell Hall are its faculty
guest nights, coffee hours, all dorm
parties and special dinners such as
Dad's Day, Homecoming, Christmas,
and lVlother's Day when the girls put
on a style show for their mothers. The
girls who live in Campbell Hall have
a telephone in each room and several
automatic washers and dryers. Camp-
bell officers were Lorraine Douglass,
presidentg Donna Linden, vice presi-
dent, and Bev Dornbusch, secretary.
Miss Ruth Renaud is director of
Campbell, the hall of gracious
living for upperclass women stu-
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her satisfaction with the facilities offered. hgme in Sunset Village,
Sunset Village and College Court
College Court, a new housing unit for married students and their families, has
just been completed this vear. This unit consists of twelve duplex, one-story
apartments. Each apartment has two bedrooms, a kitchen with a dining area,
a bathroom and a living room. Sponsor of this unit is Tom Hansmeier. This
unit is governed by the Sunset Village Council and has a ward leader from
the courts to represent them in the council.
SUNSET VILLAGE COUN-
CIL-Front row: James Ack-
erman, George Kelley, James
Owara, Frank Carlson, Lyle
Dorland, president Stanley
Norenberg. Second row: Wil-
liam Lukehart, Robert Wright,
Charles Kline, Fred Compton,
Clark Kaplan, Robert Cleve-
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Presenting themselves at their best was the 92 piece Teachers College Marching Band, under the
direction of Dr. Karl Holvik. During the football season they were presented at all of the home
games except one. To keep their excellent reputation they held practice three times a week during
the football season. The band was led by Delsoy Davidseng and twirlers were Janice Brown, Judith
Hawthorne, Nancy Waite, and Ann Hoium.
MARCHING BAND-Front row.' Judith Hawthorne, Darlene McMil1in, Sue Sprague, Richard Sullivan, Deloy Davidsen, Richard Arends, Dixie
Crosley, Alice Jane Forrest, Jeanne LaFollette, Marilyn Johnson, Dennis Clausen, Nancy Waite. Second row: Janice Brown, Carolyn Bruce,
Janet Else, Judith McDonough, Charlene Cox, Kay Brayton, Sandra Schmerse, Sharon Helming, Dona Butler, Leanne Riter, Barbara Powell,
Ann Hoium. Third row: Judy Cutler, Charlene Seaver, Donald Peterson, Harold James, Susan Haller, Joan Meyer, Mary Wigton, Bob Wise,
Marilyn Savery, Sheryl Moldt. Fourth row: Karen Bartachek, Collette Mikesell, Karen Zoe Mullenix, Barbara Peterson, Richard D. Miller,
Jerry Wallentine, Dolores Mason. Roger Meeker, Betty Rynearson. Fifth row: Clione Cooper, Maxine Fenner, Sylvia Johnson, Jeanine Hardy,
Nancy Mick, Dennis Smith, Susan Paulus, James Beinke, Sharon Clark, Medha Petzenhauser, Mary Christen. Sixth row: Daniel Kiesey, Ray
Haring, Bill Emry, Larry Zink, Phyllis Spiegel, Faye Overheu, Shirley Schwake, Susan Dunn, Sandra Bravener. Seventh row: Marilyn Rasmuson,
Sonya Davis, Kenneth Jensen, Jerry Raines, Gerald Snow, James Crupp, Dick Overdiear, Keith Harter, Gerald Hime. Eighth row: Verles
Hauge, William Hartman, Harold Holmstrom, Victor Kollman, Warren Erickson, Robert Carter, Charles Mandernach, Charles Fuller, Tam
Crosley, Arlene Dighton, Jon Hansen. Back row: Amold Rabe, Gordon Loeschen.
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BOARD OF CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLlCATlONSwWallace L. Anderson, LeRoy Crawford, Oma Chody, David Beuter, Dorothy Raub,
Richard Chute, C-. H. Holmes. .lames L. Bailey.
Zrfmmurzictzfivrzs Boards of Control
The communications staffs, College Eye, OLD COLD, and KYTC, are governed by the Board of
Control of Student Publications and the Board of Control of the Student Broadcasting Association.
Their functions include appointing the staff of each organization, appropriating funds and general
policy making. Publication board officers were David Beuter, president and Oma Chody, secretary.
Mr. Herbert V. Hake is chairman of KYTC board and Sally Horn, secretary.
BOARD OF CONTROL OF THE STUDENT BROADCASTING ASSOCIATION-Herbert V. Hake, James L. Bailey, Rochelle Johnson, Sally
Hom, Ray E. Matala.
Informality set the keynote for the 1957 OLD GOLD. lt was a year of change as a new printing pro-
cess was used and a full-color picture, as well as a full-color cover, was added. The spring of 1956
saw staff members already hard at work on the production of the book that is now in your hands.
As soon as the 1957 staff had been chosen, the members began work in earnest. All in all, it was a
year of deadlines, headlines and headaches, but, combined with merriment that was a part of the
office, it proved to be a successful year.
OLD GOLD STAFF-Front row: Elaine Takano, Ruth Rabe, Faye Renner, Gertrude Onomura, Mary Hagedorn, Sue Stroll, Jane Alcorn, Jean
Goldapp, Shirley Watanabe, Marie Barger, Lois Dunlap. Second row: Gwen Holz, Marge Powers, Teddi Schimberg, Gwen Jones,
Norma Bauer, .lo White, Nancy Squires, Marilyn Jones, Flo Chaney, Marilyn Schabacker, Sally Hom. Back row: Harry Nimmo, Beverly
Dornbusch, Ann,Strain, Marilyn Hala, Dave Coerper, Larry Bruner, Milt Hallman, Bill Schroeder, Jim Brunner. Sue Findlay, Mary Shold,
Janice Nesbit, Helen Yamamota, Lorraine Miyasaki, Gwendolyn Lehnus, Barbara Wallace, Suk Ho Kim.
Flo Chaney Associate Edltor Blll Schroeder Art Editor
Marie Barger, business
manager, checks OLD
GOLD sales with Faye
Kenner, assistant business
Suk Ho Kim Photo Editor Gwen Lehnus Copy Editor
Organizations editors Trudy Onumura, Vi DeBoer, Barb Wallace and
Shirley Watanabe make final preparations on copy for their January
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Marilyn Hala, checks index cards with Marilyn Jones, index editor,
Nancy Wallace and Nancy Squires before the final copy is mailed.
Staff members look over yearbooks at the plant library in Dallas, Texas.
I957 OLD GOLD Staff
Sally Horn .,,,.
Flo Chaney ,.,,.,,.
Marie Barger .....
Bill Schroeder ,.,.,,.,st. Art Editor
Suk H0 Kim ss.-.s ........,.,.,,,,. P hoto Editor
Jim Lennie ..............,.,,.,,..,.,.. Photographer
Gwen Lehnus .t,.,v...,................ Copy Editor
Harry Nimmo ......,. Administration Editor
Arden Sollien ...,.....,.,,..,., The Year Editor
Milt Hallman ..,...... ........ A ctivities Editor
Jim Brunner ....,. ............. S ports Editor
Gwen Holz ..................,,.... Graduate Editor
Shirley Watanabe ..,... Honor Organizations
Vi DeBoer .,.......... Religious Organizations
Barbara Wallace .,,,.,,. Social Organizations
Trudy Onumura .... Interest Organizations
Dennis Peacock .....,.. Advertising Manager
Dick Wheeler ,- Assit Advertising Manager
Faye Renner ...,...... Ass't Business Manager
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John Bickers .,..i ........ A dvisor
Jim Lennie, yearbook photographer, takes time
out to face a camera between picture schedules.
THE COLLEGE EYE
From the first story on the beat sheet Friday morning to the last paper that rolls off the press the
next Thursday night, the College Eye is a continuous succession of deadlines and dilemmas, achieve-
ment and agony, shortcomings and satisfactions to staff members. The paper brings to the college
community news concerning current and coming campus events as well as opinions and features. A
typical issue of the Eye might contain stories about college elections procedure, a Washington-bound
hitchhiker and an editorial comment on the quality of the Commons' food.
COLLEGE EYE-Standing, left: Georgia Masden, Melva Schmoll, Judith Hayden. Seated on ground: Jack Farrell, Marilyn Schabacker, Dick
Leet, Verles Hauge. On steps, first row: Charles Fuller, Gerald Cias, Robert Lakin, Harry Nimmo. Standing, right: Lee Sloan, David Coerper,
M. Frances Bracken, Delores Wilkins. Seated on steps, back row: Geraldine F romm, Grace Madsen, Carol J. Smith, Nancy Wallace, Kay Wilkie,
Sally Horn. Standing on steps: Neoma Hagge, Marilyn Hala, Ruth Eifert, Dawn Evans, Flo Chaney, Laila Fairchild, Marilyn Oelberg.
Mr. Bernard DeHoff, advisor, and Marilyn Schabacker, editor, evaluate a weekly issue of the Eye.
The entire responsibility of the College Eye rests upon the staff with final responsibility upon the
editor. There is no faculty or administrative domination of the paper. Once the editor, business
manager and managing editor are chosen by the Board of Control of Student Publications in the
spring of the preceding year, all control rests in their hands. Some Weeks the paper is more note-
worthy than others. Special editions of the paper this year included the Homecoming and election
Hextrasf, the special two-page inserts of feature pages, publicizing the jazz concert and the Interna-
tional Relations conference, and issues containing the Literary Supplement. This year the 4'April
F ool's', paper again made its provocative appearance. Another activity of the College Eye was the
mock election held in November to determine students' voting tendencies. lncidentally, this pre-
dicted accurately the Presidential Winner.
J ack Farrell
Harry Nimmo, Managing Editor
THE CCLLEGE EYE
Vol. 48 V January 11, 1957 iIssueii3
lateral ee eeeond-clue mail matter at the poet office in Cedar Fells, Iowa, September
18, 1011, uder the not of Much 8. 1879. Published weekly during the twelve month
eeheel year, exeept on holidays end exeminstien periede.
Executive Editor ...... ., ....... ....... M arilyn Schabacker
Managing Editor . . . ........ Harry Nimmo
News Editor ....... ...... C irace Madsen
Business Manager . . . . . . Fred Humphrey
Sports Editor ....... .... J ack Farrell
Photo Editor ......... ..... Le e Sloan
Advertising Manager .... . . Bob Lakin
Circulation Manager .... . ., .... Warren Fry
Cartoonist ............ .......... D ick Leet
Feature Editor ...... . . Geraldine Fromm
All is not work on the Eye staff, however.
Added to the usual convivial air of the of-
fice are the College Eye parties. These in-
cluded canoeing parties in the fall and
spring, picnics, office parties, a caroling
party that didn't carol, and were climaxed
in the spring by the Gridiron dinner and
the annual Publications Picnic, both spon-
sored by Alpha Phi Gamma. Through all
the catastrophes and distractions the Col-
lege Eye still comes out every Friday morn-
ing. Staff members come and go, but still
the paper goes on. And most of these peo-
ple would probably agree that there is
wk something about working on the Eye, a
certain atmosphere in the offices, that can
only be described by those who sense it as
wiv WWW something called Hprinteris ink in your
Marilyn Schabacker, Harry Nimmo and printer
Harvey Riker get a hot off the press preview of
Dick Leet, Cartoonist Lee Sloan, Photo Editor Bob Lakin, Advertising Manager
Geraldine Fromm, Feature Editor Warren Fry, Circulation Manager
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KYTC-Front row: Flo Chaney, Philip Sproule. Second row: Delores Wilkins, Gloria Holland, John Focht, Nancy Wallace, Darrel Wheaton,
Wayne Schomhurg, Floyd Hutzell, William Struyk, Jimmie Wheeler. Third row: Jayne Barker, Carolyn Bruce, Jeannie Bricker, Edwin Clopton,
Paul Stumpfig, Charles Adams. Fourth row: Marjorie Moehn, Patricia Maxwell, James Bunkofske, Pete Johnson. Fifth row: David Coerper, Mary
Frances Brackin, Jean Lawson, James Brunner, James Helvik, Joan Pershall, Carol Hutzell. Back raw: Jerry Cias, Donna Hagerdon, Gerald
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Expansion has been the key word around the KYTC studios this year. Expansion of hours on the
air, staff and studios have resulted from an increased interest in the campus radio station. From
the location on the third floor of the Auditorium which consisted of a control-room and studio-office,
K YTC now occupies Annex 41 and is composed of two studios, a control-room and an office. KYTC
has a personnel staff of over one hundred people and is on the air eighty hours during the week. Mr.
Herbert V. Hake is faculty advisor for the station.
Station manager Floyd Hutzell, program director Dee Wilkins and
chief engineer Joe Wasser are set to begin rebroadcasting from
From noon until midnight KYTC presents programs of
interest for students on TC campus. This student op-
erated station broadcast live shows from the Auditorium
and tape recorded other programs, such as President
Eisenhowefs address at the National Field Days, for
later listening W enjoyment.
Marilyn Jones, continuity director,
is busily preparing the continuity
for a KYTC broadcast.
the nation's leading carrier current radio station following the
building of new studios.
The first Anniversary of KYTC was observed this year
in the Commons with a musical show of requests. At the
end of each quarter a humanities review lecture is given.
Members of the executive staff were Floyd Hutzell, sta-
tion managerg Delores Wilkins, program director, and
Joseph Wasser, chief engineer.
Looking over new records for
KYTC is Flo Chaney, record li-
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With a 20-0 victory over the Drake Bulldogs, it looked as if the 1956 Panther football team was
on its way to a very successful season. But as it came to be, Buck Starheckis gridders finished in
the NCC cellar with no Wins, five losses, and one tie. It was very odd to see a team which led the con-
ference in the offensive department throughout the season finish with such a dismal record. A
lacking pass defense, insufficient student support and lady luck led to the 2-5-1 record.
Front row: Colby Withers, Dean Dawson, Clark Cochrane, Ray Beal, Dick Formanek, Don Akkerman, Scott Scobell, Paul Sisson, Bob Brooks,
Ron Sturch, Gresham Roskamp, Roger Freeman. Second row: Lee Visser, Larry Sabus, ,lim Hazelett, Don Larson, Bob Taylor, Pat Halligan, Don
Hart, David Koos, Frank Sovich, .lon Swenson, Marv Sloan, Jerry Ohm, Clayton Thomas, Morris Smith. Third row: Chas. Fletcher, Loren Parker,
Larry Gilpen, Bob Elmore, Ron Brinkley, Tom Reynolds, Paul Pemble, Tom Murphy, Bob Hahn, Stan Norenberg, Marion Reubel, Don Gabrielson,
Don Buck, Bob Knock.
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Led by a stalwart line, the Iowa Teachers Pan-
thers smashed the Drake Bulldogs 20-0 on Sep-
tember 29. Formanek, Hershberger and Knock
led the defensive attack which yielded only 70
some yards to the highly touted Drake backfield.
ISTC 6 Augustana I3
Always noted as the league Hdoormatf' the Au-
gustana Vikings continued on the trail of up-
sets in the NCC by dumping our TC team 13-6.
The Panthers seemed to lose the spark they
had had in the Drake game and never got on
the move. Three TC regulars were injured.
ISTC 44 N. E. Missouri 26
It was a very windy Dad's Day as TC played
host to Northeast Missouri State and dad of
the day, Oren Brinkley. Mr. Brinkley watched
his son, Ron, pass and run for four touchdowns
in the second period and lead his team to 44--26
ISTC 20 Morningside 20
Homecoming excitement was neutralized on 0.
B. Latham field on October 20 as TC and Morn-
ingside battled to a 20-20 deadlock. Without
starters Bog Freeman and Marv Mikesh, the
Panthers still fought down to the wire against
the highly-touted Maroon defense.
Panther scatback, Pat Halligari, skirts end against Drake as Marvin Mikesh and Frank Sovich throw key blocks.
ISTC I9 North Dakota 20
A weak pass defense and inability to score when
the opportunity arose led to another Panther
football loss in North Dakota land, 20-19. A
desperation 64- yard pass in the final minutes
led to TC's first loss to NDU in 18 years.
ISTC 27 South Dakota State 3I
Fundametal errors and more poor pass defense
were instrumental in the fourth straight Pan-
ther loss in the conference. Trailing by 12 points
with only four minutes to go the charges of Buck
Starheck were in too deep a hole to fight their
way out. The result 31-27.
ISTC I9 South Dakota 20
Again the identical score, 20-19. Again the
game was lost in the final minutes via a des-
peration pass. South Dakota U. was outgained
by a good 75 yards hut still came through on
the top end of the score. Pat Halligan carried
for all of TC's touchdowns.
ISTC I3 NDS and Lady Luck I9
How did it happen? You tell us. With one
minute and some odd seconds remaining in the
game the Panthers led 13-6. A quick pass by
NDS minus the extra point made it still only
13-12. North Dakota recovered the onside kick-
off. Two passes . . . touchdown . . . extra
This touchdown helped the Panther football team win a 4-4--26 decision over N.E. Missouri Teachers. With the hall is Halligan
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Expressions from the bench are anxious ones. There are ones from regulars who are taking a Well-
needecl rest but urge to return to the field. Serious glances toward the chalk-lined turf. And there
are those from team members who only see football action during the practice session. Hopeful
and sometimes bitter glances toward the gridiron contest.
An important play during the Homecoming game. Just before halftime, the Panthers have scored a six-pointer and the extra
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No other football player in Iowa Teachers College history had played every single second of every
game during one season until Dick Formanek accomplished that feat this past season. The durable
guard led the Panther line play all season and was given All-American honors by the Williamson
Rating System. The Williamson team included players from medium sized colleges and universities
throughout the United States. Spinback Ron Brinkley was given honorable mention on the same
Ron Brinkley passes for a first down to Stan Norenberg before being smothered by a host of Morningsede Maroon tacklers.
Del Nicklaus leads the Panthers to the Hardcourt.
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The 1956-57 addition of the Iowa Teach-
ers Panthers came through with 12 victo-
ries against 1O defeats during the winter
months. Coach I im Witham kept the ISTC
hardcourt squad hustling all season long
and With a few of the right breaks a much
more successful season could have been
Filliman rockets skyward to score two points.
Frank Stotts ,,,.7.,w 118-288
Del Nichlaus ,,,,..,7 116-329
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Stotts Tops Panther
Senior center, Del Nicklaus, fires his famous jump shot.
1956-57 BASKETBALL TEAM-Gene Nichols, Brandt
Stum, Joe Hauser, Vern Ogden, Dennis Filliman, Milt
Johnson, Coach Jim Witham, Frank Stotts, Clark Mc-
ln the beginning, the Panther team
took three straight losses on the chin
while on the road. One of the reasons
for the slow start could be contributed
to the pre-season loss of senior center
Ray Nissen. Nissen suffered a serious
knee injury days before the season
commenced, and his loss was definite-
ly felt. As conference play began, the
boys warmed up. North Dakota U. and
North Dakota State fell to a balanced
ISTC attack on the road. On home
ground, in non-conference action,
Kirksville Teachers succumbed to the
Panther onslaught. .lim Witham's
charges took command in a Wartburg-
ISTC invitational tournament by wins
over Luther and Wartburg.
Clearly, Gary Muhlenbruck, Ralph Voith, Jack Mully,
Dick Strub, Bob Isenhower. fNot shown, Del Nicklaus.J
LaCrosse State Teachers became the
fifth Iowa Teachers victim before the
Panthers were downed twice on an-
other disastrous road trip to South
Dakota and Morningside. Powerful
South Dakota U. invaded the campus
with an undefeated team and downed
the Panthers in the final minute of
play after our team had led through-
out the entire hard-fought contest. A
slump followed as ISTC lost three
straight hardcourt tilts to South Dak-
ota State twice, and to Augustana. The
NCC title was out of the question, but
the Tutors regained their poise to take
three out of four remaining games and
tie for third in the conference.
'cTime outn is the time for rest and strategy.
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Teachers .s...,.. 62
Teachers ........ 53
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Teachers ........ 76
Teachers ........ 88
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Tutor Mat String Falls
Although the 1956-57 Iowa Teachers mat season appeared to be a highly successful one, there
were some dark spots included in the whole picture. The Panther matmen were victorious in six of
nine dual meets and took three individual championships in the Iowa Teachers invitational wres-
tling meet. As this annual goes to press, the NCAA competition has not yet begun. Therefore, we
have no results of any Tutor wrestlers in the 1957 NCAA action. The powerful Minnesota wres-
tlers upset the applecart on January 26 when they snapped the long standing dual meet winning
streak of Bill Koll,s matmen at 14-. Michigan State added salt to the wounds by edging our boys,
16 - 14, the following week. And on February 16, Mankato State Teachers romped over the Tu-
tors, 22 - 6, at Mankato.
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The only Panther grappler to go through
the mat season without a defeat was little
but mighty Eddie Masteller. On the left
are three examples of Eddie in action.
Formanek's Loss Felt
Another blow to the Panther mat squad was the loss
of 177 lb. Dick Formanek near the middle of the
season. Dick suffered from a blood condition which
kept him out of action for the remainder of the sea-
son. He was undefeated in competition before he
became ill. Along with Eddie Masteller, who was
the only matman to complete the season undefeated,
and Dick Heaton, Formanek gained a championship
in the 177 lb. class in the 1956-57 lowa Teachers
lnvitational. Masteller, Heaton and John Vovos
were the mainstays in the 1956-57 chapter of TC
wrestling. Heaton lost but two of his matches in
competition, and Vovos with a late start became a
steady Winner as the mat season progressed. Don
Corrigan, Tom Murphy. Pat Halligan and Sonny
Tgiros also turned in fine grappling performances.
John Vovos receives congratulations after a successful mat pin.
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Halligan punishes his opponent in mat action
Trying for the pin is 177 lb. Gerry Gienger
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Masteller, Larry Guldberg, Dick Templton. Second row: Ed Lyons
fAssistant Coachl, Dick Trotter, Chuck Fletcher, Charles Riker, Jerry
Lane, Darrell Salmons, Al Kinzler, Don Maze, Don Grant, Coach
Bill Koll. Third raw: Charles Patten, Larry Poock, Dick Bain, Lennie
Matmen Win 6 Lose 3
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Wins Losses Draws Falls Points
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Sonny Tgiros ...... 1
Ed Gourley ........
Dick Heaton ........ 7
Gerry Gienger ......
Don Corrigan ...... 5
John Vovos ..........
Pat Halligan ........ 2
Dale Dye ........,--- 1
Tom Murphy ....., 3
Jerry Ohm ..........
Chuck Riker ........ O
Syd Morris .......... O
Lou Marsh .......... 0
Totals .......... 41
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A Luther man gets the works from Dick Heaton.
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Weak hitting and cold Weather contributed
to seven straight Panther baseball losses dur-
ing April. HMon" Whitford's crew warmed
up considerably during May and burned up
opponents, base paths with nine straight
triumphs. Right hander Gary Bush broke the
seven game drought with a 4-3 victory over
Coe, and from then on the Panthers totaled
77 runs to their opponents 39 in the remain-
ing eight games. Bush and Bob Boderman led
the mound staff with 3-1 records. uLefty',
Carman topped the hitters with a .392 mark.
Dick Beetsch climaxed four tremendous ath-
letic seasons here with 8 RBls and batting
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BASEBALL-Front row: Warren Malles, Dick Lanigan, Don Holland,
Duane Carman, Darrell Richardson, Gary Bush, Lee Kuch, Brad
Bauman, Bill Whighting, Dick Rehons. Second row: Larry Stewart,
Dick Beetsch, Rich Kodbeck, Bob Elmore, Howie Pigg, Bob Tschirki,
LeRoy Mitchell, Jim Berry, Coach Mon Whitford. Back row: .lim
Schnieder, Harlan Bigger, Merle Carman, Larry Poock, Dick Strub,
L. R. Smoot, Bob Boderman, Bob Hensley, Jerry Rehons, Don Moody.
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Iowa Teachers ........ I Loras .......... ....... 8
Iowa Teachers ........ 0 Loras .......... ....... I 4
Iowa Teachers ........ I Minnesota .............. 7
Iowa Teachers ........ O Minnesota .............. 6
Iowa Teachers ........ I Minnesota .............. II
Iowa Teachers ........ 1 La Crosse Teachers-- 6
Iowa Teachers ........ 4 Coe .................,...... 3
Iowa Teachers ..,..... IO Drake .........,.......... 8
Iowa Teachers ,,...... I3 Drake .................... 4
Iowa Teachers ........ 8 South Dakota State-- 3
Iowa Teachers .r...... 5 South Dakota State-- 3
Iowa Teachers -------- I0 Wartburg -------------- 6
Iowa Teachers -------- 18 Wartburg -.-----.-----. 13
Iowa Teachers ---.--.. 7 Mankato State -----.-- 1
Iowa Teachers -------- 6 Mankato State .---.--. I
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Jerry Thordsen,,Roger Leary, Wilbur Fleming. Second row: ,lon Swenson, Ron Salmonson, Richard Olsen, ,lim Bryant, Terry Brown, Earl
Sidmore, Ken Barry, Bob Lang, Cary McAvoy, Frank Robinson, ,lack King. Third row: Jerry Smith, Bill Nielson, LeRoy Dunn, Merlin Aller,
Marvin Giebelstien, ,lim Gardner, Don Kolsrud, ,lim Amfahr, Bill Bell, Richard Ransom.
I956 Season's Record Harriers Undefeated
Iowa Teachers ,.,. 76
Iowa Teachers .... 119 1f2
Iowa Teachers .... 1 13 1f2
Iowa Teachers .... 93
Wartburg --11 1f2
Coe ............ 3 1f2
71 1X3 Grinnell
Conference: TC First
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Roger Burkhart, LeRoy
The Panther cross country team was undefeated
in five dual meets. Darrell Conway, placing first
in four meets, set the 2.5 mile course record with
a time of 12:01. The five teams suffering defeat
----57 2f3 from the Tutor harriers were Loras, Dubuque Uni-
------38 versity, Luther, Grinnell and Wartburg.
Crawford, Charles Noneman, Darrell Conway, Jim Gardner, Arnie Westphal, Rudy Kubik,
jim Lundquist is Over the bar at a TC track meet- Toby Robinson finishes third in the TC Relays 100-yard dash.
Panthers Capture Conference Crown
After going undefeated in all indoor, dual and tri-angular meets and competing successfully in
several other meets including the 34th annual TC Relays, Art Dickinson's thinclads journeyed to
Brookings, South Dakota, and brought back the NCC track title. The Panthers copped a crown which
in the past four years had been worn by South Dakota State. Top Tutor scorer for the season was
sophomore sensation Ron Sturch with l061f2 points. He was followed by distance man Darrell Con-
way with 79 points, hurdler Pete Towne with 63 points. weight man LeRoy Dunn with 57 points
and sprinter Frank MToby" Robinson with som counters. Credit and praise should be given also to
the Panther crack mile relay team composed of Chuck Greenwood, Jerry Thordsen, Jack King and
Dick Olson. A first at the highly touted Beloit Relays was one of their accomplishments.
The 34th annual Teachers College Relays was packed with thrilling competition as we see here from our view in the stands.
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Netmen FlI1ISh Second I n Conference
Kibbie Singles Champ I 956 Season's Record
After a somewhat dismal net season, winning
only two matches and losing four, Bill Koll's
netmen perked up to finish a strong second
in the NCC tennis meet. Bill Kibbie, sopho-
more from Cedar Rapids, smashed through
all competition to cop the NCC singles
crown. Kibbie was the Panther's top netman
through the season losing only two matches,
and when teamed up with senior John Van
Epps in doubles, the pair only lost one match.
In the conference meet Iowa Teachers almost
regained a net title absent since 1954 as they
finished second, one point behind North
Iowa Teachers ....,rr,
Iowa Teachers ........ 6
Iowa Teachers ........ l
Iowa Teachers ........ 7
Iowa Teachers .,,r.... 6
2 wins, 4 losses
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Wartburg ...,....... V
North Central Conference Tournament
Iowa Teachers Second
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Win Two, Lose Three
After running through a cold and windy spring
golf season at a 2-3 pace, the Iowa Teachers golf
team placed third in the NCC golf tournament.
It was a close third, however. Only a few strokes
kept the Panthers from another North Central
golf crown. Rollie Wiley, twice NCC medalist in
1954- and 1955, was lost by graduation. With
Wiley, the linksmen may have copped their
Finish Third in NCC
I956 Season's Record
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Jim Clark were Bill Ross, ,lim Johnstone, Dick
Bruns, and Marlo See. Iowa TC3Ch61'S Third
1956 GOLF TEAM-Bill Ross. Dick Bruns, Marlo See, Jim Johnstone, Coach James Clark.
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Intramurals - The Active Activity
For those who do not participate in varsity ath-
letics, and for those who love to participate in
athletic activities, an active intramurals pro-
gram is promoted on the TC campus. Both men
and Women can take part in the program here
all year round. Both individual and team sports
are offered, also. Men compete in touch football,
basketball, and softball in team sports. Individ-
ual activities include chess, checkers, ping pong,
pool and billiards. Men's intramurals this year
were directed by Dennis Jensen and Donald
Tyrell. Team sports for Women which are spon-
sored by WRA are field hockey, soccer, basket-
ball, and volleyball. Other individual sports in-
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PEP f'lOL'Nflll.-Serzlefl: Roger Elf-Q-ke-r. Daw- Cr-erpe-r. Robert Happel. Roma Westplial. Bobby Kenny. Standing: Vera ,lonkm-r. Barb Peterson
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Pep Council Promotes Campus Spirit
With a task of creating and promoting campus spirit on the TC campus ahead of them, the 1956-57
Pep Council dug in and worked to the fullest in order to fulfill their purpose. Membership in Pep
Council may he described as representative. Representatives may be sent from any organization on
campus. and if anyone is interested in promoting campus spirit, he may join. Organizing pep rallies.
selecting cheerleaders. and selling homecoming buttons are just three examples of the many func-
tions that Pep Council must perform in order to reach their goal. Pep Council is a fairly new organ-
ization on campus. Organized in 1955, it is in its second year of operation. It replaced the former
pep organization Tau Chi Eta. Sponsoring this yearls Pep Council was Miss Mardelle Mohn of the
women's physical education department.
A Busy Year for the " " Club
The WF' Club is a self-sponsored organization on the TC campus composed of men who have earned
either a major or minor letter in athletics. One of the many functions every year for the NIU Club
is to select the fall, winter, and spring CT, queens. The fall or Homecoming queen and her three
attendants are elected by the student body after ten nominees have been selected by the MI" Club.
The spring queen reigns over the annual TC Relays. At all athletic contests at TC one will find
a refreshment stand being run by men in purple and gold sweaters. Officers this year for the ul"
Club were Frank HToby" Robinson, president: Ron Brinkley, vice presidentg Bill Nielsen, secretary,
and Ron Salmonson, treasurer. lVlr. Ed Lyons of the physical education department sponsored this
"I" CLUB-Front row: Larry Poock. Bob Taylor, Cary Bush, Frank Sovich, Richard Koolbeck, Stan Norenberg, Bob Hensley. Second row:
Kosei Higa, Larry Stewart, ,lerry Jones, Bob Sharp, Sonny Tgiros, Ron Salmonson, Pat Halligan, Darrel Richardson, Bill Kibbie, Dick Reyhons,
Merlin Aller. Third row: Rog Freeman, Stan Higdon, Tom Reynolds. Vern Ogden, Dick Formanek, Merle Carman, Bill Nielsen, Bob Knock,
Pete Towne, A1 Arends, Brad Bauman, Lee Kuch. Toby Robinson, Jerry Thordsen. Fourth row: Ron Sturch, Jim Hershberger, Jerry Foster, ,lim
Gardner, Clark McCleary, Darrell Conway, Ray Nissen, Del Nicklaus, Charles Greenwood, Dick Strub.
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SCRA Sponsors Religion-in-Life Week
As stated in its constitution. the purpose of the Student Council of Religious Activities is Hto be a
deliberative body determining the policies and plans which will serve the religious life of the college
community." Activities promoted by the Council are channeled through commissions on Worship,
religion in life. and publicity. The major responsibility for the year is Religion-in-Life Week. HReligion
-So What?" was the theme for this four-day event held in January. The purpose of this Week is to
make students more aware of God in their lives. One of the specific goals for this year was to enable
the student centers to become better acquainted. Other activities sponsored by SCRA included
brotherhood trips. a Weekly radio program on KYTC. college chapel services, morning meditations,
and responsibility for the nativity scene at Christmas. The Council is composed of three officers,
two members at large. and a representative from each student center and religious organization on
SCRAYSe11terI: Sharon Benjamin. Alice Young, Hope Liebsch. Barbara Parsons. Kathryn Milius, Tam Crist. .lean Golclapp. Margaret Ellen.
Back row: Donald Larson. presidentg Dave Camarigg. Mary Lou Bottorff. Glenda Wilson. Delores Mason, Robert Halstead, Dr. Harold Bernhard.
sponsorg Phyllis Fisher, secretary-treasurer
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Bruce. Gloria Nelsen. Dr. John Baad. sponsor: Almira Oyakawa. John Newton. Janice Kiser. secretary. On steps, first row: Ann Carter, Joyce
Redenbaugh. Jean Nakasalo. Mary Lou Bottorff. Second roto: Janet Jenkins, Kay Zeller. Jacqueline Rissler, Myrtle Shimoda. Az right, standing:
Betty Kodani, Jane Graves, Margaret Takemoto. Alice Bunn-ell. Kneeling: Elton Dresselhaus, Donald Lawless, Dennis Buckley. On porch: Joyce
Dresselhaus. Marlene Vogt. Sue Newton, Shirley Crwklin. Judith Hayden. Mrs. John Raad, sponsorg Mary Garoutte. Holly Raad, Judith Smith,
Barbara Crowe. Wanette Moyer. Kenneth Bridges.
Two Qrganizations Serve Baptists
Spiritual, leadership, and fellowship needs are the areas around which the Roger Williams Fellow-
slzip centers its activities. The purpose of the Baptist sorority, Theta Epsilon. is to Work out a
sisterhood whose ideals and roots are in Christ Himself. As one of its projects the sorority Hadoptedw
a girl from a children's home.
THETA EPSILONMAI left, standing: Dorothy McConnell. Carolyn Bruce. Gloria Nelsen, Almira Oyakawa, Janice Kiser. On steps: Janet Jen-
kins, presidentg Kay Zeller. secretaryg Mary Lou Bottorff, vice presidentg Alice Bunnell, Margaret Takemoto. Un porclz: Marlene Vogt, Shirley
Cocklin, Judith Hayden. Judith Smith. Mrs. John Raad. sponsor: Wanette Moyer. Betty Kodani, Myrtle Shimoda, Jean Nakasoto.
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"Heart Speaks to Heartf' the national Newman Club motto, is the theme followed by the local group
of Catholic students. Their program is composed of three areas-religious, educational and social.
Regular Sunday activities are supplemented by retreats, national and state conventions, lecture
series, and banquets.
NEWBIAN CLUB-Seated, front row: Marjorie Powers, secretary: Ann Kidwell. Verna Schiefelhein, Barbara Herron, Helen Busch, Marlene
Hartman. Louise Crogveek, Mary McCreevey, Therese Hanzelka, secretary: Mary Rivers, John Heying, David Heil, Don Corrigan, Paul Smith,
Collette Novak, Sara Porter, Delores Delphey, Margo Happe, Judy Wiedner, Mary Ann Ahart, Mary Christen. Standing, second row: Regina
Miller, Roberta Kenny, Carol Hand. Judy Hinde, Katherine Riha, JoAnne Winter, Sally Haworth, Darlene Kessler, Nancy Peterson, Patricia
Chang, Judith Ellis. Rose Mary Ryan, Mary Barrer, Madonna Ryan, Karen Wenzel, Leona Reyhons, Rose Dohrer, lla Christianson, Joan Dahl-
quist, Myrna Tucker. Joanne Toedt. Second step: Leah Wand, Nancy Miller, Jeanette Stalzer, Annmarie Nolte. Third step: Marie O'Conner,
Ruth Dickson, Alice 0'l'lare, Alice Kamp. Fourth step: Wilma Hron, Mary Biwer, Mary Shold. Fifth step: Mary Radl, Carol Goetz, Marie 0'Toole,
Lavonne Matern. Gail Giblin. Bark row, on porch : Ernest Fuhs, David Camarigg, Thomas Casper, Leonard Harrington, Richard Tracey, Francis
Fulis. vice president: Carol Tracey, Father Gregory, sponsor: Charlene Kipp, Rudy Kuhik, Gerald Bradley, James Schneider, Mike Steffen,
Marilyn Hala, Nancy Rhodes, Dorothy Davitt, David Puff, Richard Ivey, Gerald Hime. Back row, right: Eldon Holl, Joseph O'Rourke, Philip
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The Christian Student Center gives to young people from Christian Church homes, the opportunities
for fellowship, worship and fun. The activities of the center include the student-led worship serv-
ices on Sunday evenings supplemented by discussions, speakers and movies. Other activities were
retreats, parties, dinners, banquets and deputation work. The deputation teams visit churches in the
surrounding territory, telling them of the student center work. The Christian Student Center, under
the direction of the lowa Christian Missionary Society, is open every day. The center provides a
place for relaxation and study. A kitchen, ping-pong table, radio, record player and a room for
study are provided. Transportation is arranged on Sunday mornings so that the students may at-
tend services at the Cedar Falls Christian Church. Officers were William Emry, presidentg Terry
Halstead, vice presidentg Charlotte Loose, secretary, and Shirley Martinson, treasurer. Sponsors
were Hershel and La Vonne Craig.
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP-Seated, front row: Terry Halstead, ,lack Weddle, William Emry. Second row.' Marie Barger, Linda Peterson, Nancy
Wallace, Donna Gardner, Nancy Brow, Charlotte Loose, Lois Dunlap, Shirley Martinson, Martha Potts, Nancy Aldrich. Standing, at right: Phyllis
Waite, Joann McBride, Marjorie Grammer, Barbara Bradley, Donna Mesler, Janice Freeburg, Back row: Hershel Craig, La Vonne Craig, Warren
Biggs, Eva Lou Runyan, Fred Swartz, Bertha Aldrich, Linda Marken, Joann Westfall, Jerry Raines, Janet Wikel, William Verbrugge, Carol
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PLYMOUTH CLUB-Seated, front row: Kay Whitten, Jean Leith. Second row: Karlene Hansen, Ramona Thurloff, Barbara Harris, ,loy Harris,
Jerry Fuller, Ed Raffensperger, Marlene Egger, Marjorie Mindemann. Standing, back row: Janet Adamson, Randolyn Hoeg, Eleanor Wilkans,
Marlene Smith, Audrey Stumbaugh, Robert Peters, Norman Nevenhoven, Ruth Ann Wliitten, Sue Sprague, Kathryn Korns, Myrna Latch, Vir-
PI mouth Club Follows Three
Programs for the Plymouth Club, made up of Congregational, Evangelical and Reformed students,
are arranged according to the three commission plan, Faith, Fellowship and Action and include re-
treats and rallies, resource speakers, group discussions and special programs. Officers were Jerry
Fuller, president: Virginia Benbow, vice president, Audrey Stumbaugh, secretaryg and Ed Raffen-
sperger, treasurer. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Parry.
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SIGMA ETA CHI-Front row: Geraldine Paton, Bernadean Tiarks, Randolyn Hoeg, Jean Leith, .Ioan Schmidt, Evelyn Wiehler. Second row:
Muriel Naito, Alice Young, Eloise Hoeg. Back row: Ardella Thede, Eleanor Wilkans, Patsy Hollingsworth, Sandra Platner, Norma Strever,
Gloria Mangold, Karlene Hansen, Janet Rohweder, Virginia Benbow, president, Dorothy Rohweder, Betsy Emura, treasurer, Ann Lesch, vice
presidentg Sandra Bravener, Judith Oshiro, Audrey Stumbaugh, Ramona Thurloff, Ruth Ann Whitten.
Sigma Eta hi Adopts Schools
HI-Ier candle goeth not out by nightf, This was the motto of Sigma Eta Chi, sorority of the Con-
gregational, Evangelical and Reformed Churches and other interested girls. They carried out their
motto through worship, group discussions and study groups. Activities included parties, working
at a gift bar in the hospital, fellowship suppers and recreation. Service projects this year were the
adoption of Lotts Creek School in Kentucky and a mission school in Mexico.
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CANTERBURY CLUB-Miss Augusta Shurrer, Father William Bagby, Miriam Underwood, Allison Mukai, Ruth Ann Eifert, Robert Tschirki,
Charles Riker, James Ingram, Nancy Gaunt. Cathryn Campbell, Kaye Shively, Constantine Tgiros.
Canterbury Club Encourages Parish Life
The student organization for Episcopalians on the TC campus is the Canterbury Club. ln co-opera-
tion with St. Lukels Parish of Cedar Falls, the Canterbury Club offers a program of worship, study and
social life designed to give students as complete a part in parish life as possible and to offer a pro-
gram fitted to their age and interest group. To provide a program centered at God's altar, the service
of worship each week includes Sunday services of Holy Communion, morning prayer and evening
prayer. Discussion sessions include programs on current books of religious significance, as well as
plays, movies, novels and courses of instruction which illustrate or challenge Christian doctrine. A
part of each year's program is spent in preparation for 6'Religion in Life Week." One of the most
outstanding features of the Canterbury program is the continuous association with members of the
TC faculty who meet regularly with the club and participate with students in worship and discus-
sion. The Rector of St. Luke's Parish was advisor to the Canterbury Club and chaplain to the Episco-
pal students. Officers were Kaye Shively, presidentg Constantine Tgiros, vice presidentg and Robert
Inter-Varsit Welcomes All Students
Inter-Varslhty Christian Fellowship is an inter-denominational, student-led group with national and
international affiliations. The chapter on the Teachers College campus has for its members the goal
to learn more about Christ and to make Him known to others. All students on the campus are in-
vited to attend. During the year Inter-Varsity sponsored a homecoming tea, a spring banquet and
several seasonal parties. Other activities were daily prayer meetings and Bible study groups in the
dormitories. Each spring and fall they participate in state-Wide retreats. The Weekly meetings, held
in the faculty room, consist of guest speakers, panel discussions and films. Officers this year were
Dennis Buckley, president, Phyllis Fisher, vice president, Dorothy McConnell, secretary, and De-
lores Bell, treasurer. Inter-Varsity was sponsored by Dr. Caryl Middleton.
INTER-VARSITY-Front row: Virginia Garoutte, Mary Gury, Daniel Decker, Richard Olson. Second row: Elizabeth Tennant, Karen Tweeten,
Mary Lou Bottorff, Edna Wood, Joyce Morey, Dennis Buckley, Darwin Bang. Back row: Phyllis Fisher, Dorothy McConnell, Pauline Uuskallio,
Delores Bell, Robert Peters, Karen Homolar, Cheryl Bordwell, Hope Liehsch, Jerry Wallentine, Eljean Pechacek, Walda Remington, Kathleen
Kading, Doris Loynachan.
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Second row: Marilyn Nelson, Marva Muench, Elna Mae Peterson, Bob Wise, Donald Kramer, Laverne Odell, Marlene Christensen Gwendolyn.
golz, Nancy Westohal, Betty Bahnsen, Carolyn Fausch, Marian Denkinger. Back row: Marie Gunderson, Frances Ogren, Georgena Peters, Keith
arter, Doris Gerlina, Gordon Odebard. Margaret Ehen, vice president, Roger Johnson, Kathryn Fleming, presidentg Arlene Cumpton, Marcia
Eggland, Susan Tjernagel.
LSA-Seated, front row: Carolyn Peters, Mahlon Hill, Richard Leet, Susan Stroh, Sally Stroh, Victor Diercksen, Jane Alcorn, James Lippe,
Elaine Odegard, Nancy Moeller, Leona Anderson, Amy Nojiui, Mary Jean Nelson, sponsor. Second row: Karen Oestreich, Sue Peterson, Kaye
Erickson.. Merna Folkers, Lorraine Rohwedder, Joanne Kragenbrink, Margaret Meyer, Darwin Bang. Back row: James Bunkofske, Daryl Bucholtz,
Albert Ciddings, Eldon Meyers. Robert Lemke, Richard Wheeler, Walter Frank, Julianne Heft, Melvin Schroeder, treasurerg James Helvick,
Larry Holtan, Donald Herbold, Dean Odekirk, Myrna Bradley.
SA Emphasizes Evangelism
The Lutheran Student Association has a two-fold mission: to continue ministry of the church to stu-
dents and faculty within the Lutheran Church, and to confront the unchurched with the Gospel.
This work is carried out through worship, study, evangelism, service and recreation. Activities
include student-led matins, vesper services, a spring banquet and the LSA Spiritual Quest.
Gamma Delta Assists Mission Church
Cnosis and Diakonia, knowledge and serviceg these are the guiding words of the Missouri Synod
Lutheran students. During the year, get-togethers with the congregation were held to become better
acquainted with them and to foster a spirit of co-operation. The main project of the year was to can-
vass for and help the Mission Church in Waterloo. Other activities included morning matins, guest
speakers, exchanges with other lowa colleges and Christmas caroling at hospitals. Officers were Rich-
ard Kapfer, president, Donald Larson, vice presidentg Carol Bowedder, secretaryg and Lois Lettow,
treasurer. Rev. Edgar Brammer was the sponsor.
GAMMA DELTA-Seated, front row: Sandra Otto, Shirley Schwake, Viola DeBoer, Joanne Dohrman, Beverly Dornhusch. Second row: Gordon
Loeschen, Donald Larson, Leland Kuch, Douglas Doerzman, Anne Shafer, Philip Kapfer, Patricia Solberg. Standing, front row: Dorothy Horn,
Darlene Barlow, Joan Rolland. Second row: Carol Rowedder, Carol Antone, Shirley Carlson, Tamma Jo Crosley. Back row: Delores Wilkins,
Rosalie Eichacker, Carolyn Hoeft, Kay Rayment, Barbara Vogel, Delores Heins, Shirley Janssen, Sandra Fillenworth, Caryl Haberer, Carol
Eick, Janet Else, Leon Kloostra.
SIGMA THETA EPSILON-Front row: Gordon Mixdorf, Neil McGuffin, John Peterson, Roger Hazen, Arlan Peters, Terry Bakken, Dr. Arthur
Redner, sponsorg Earl Fredrickson, Rev. Preston Cole, sponsor. Back row: Jerry Curry, William Wright, William Hartman, .lack Weida, Theo-
dore Pfeiff, presidentg Larry Cox, Stanley James, Donald Cory, James Hess, William Blake, Clifford Scott, vice presidentg Roger Brockmeyer,
Methodist Groups Train Christian Youth
HWesley Foundation is the Methodist Church on the campus." Two divisions of Wesley Foundation
are Kappa Phi, a national religious organization open to all college women of Methodist preference,
and Sigma Theta Epsilon, a similar organization for Methodist men. These organizations strive to
train Christian young women and men to serve the church of tomorrow.
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Brockmeyer, John Focht, Gordon
Mixdorf. Second row: Glenda Wil-
son, Nancy Fearing, Roberta Pax-
son, Jerry Curry. Back row: Janet
Berger, Clifford Scott, Gail Rider,
Donna Meinhard, Charles Lind-
gren, Richard Henak, Dale Wood,
Theodore Pfeiff. Standing: Donna
Kimrey, president, Mary Beth
Nelson, Jo Kohls, secretaryg Roger
Hazen, Mrs. Nellie Harvey, spon-
sorg Norma Prehm, Ardith Merry,
Ellen Tilp, Mary Schoonmaker,
Donald Rohwedder, Rev. Preston
KAPPA PHI-Seated, front row: Susan Paulus, vice president, Mary Schoonmaker, president, Norma Prehm, vice president. Second row: Eve-
lyn Bergh, Roberta Paxson, Rosemary Russell, Mrs. Nellie Harvey, sponsor, Georgia Masden, Carol Cox, Gail Rider, Glenda Wilson. Third row.
Alice Jane Forrest, Mary Beth Nelson, Donna Meinhard, Barbara Erickson, Barbara Cowell, Joan Meyer, Judith Hawthorne, Jane Amesbury,
Elaine Takano. Kneeling: Faye Renner, Barbara Denburger, Diane Bisbee, Ardith Merry, Ellen Tilp. Bach row: Shirley Young, Nancy Fearing,
Deanna Werner, Mary Holmes, Kay Fox, Marilyn Levene, Jo Elyn Whitman, Jackie Krava, Donna Kimrey, Karen Hansen.
KAPPA PHI-Seated, front row: Elizabeth Sage, Eunese Smith, Patricia Kucera. Second row: Jeanne Foland, Audrey
Moulton, Carol Hatch, Mary Lou Ankrum, Marvel Carnes. Third row: Kay Whitney, Janice Nesbit, Kay Lorenzen, Mar-
lene Blumer, Judith Boyer, Kay Bently, Carol Atkinson, Diana Johnson. Fourth row: Darlene Spies, Karen King,
Marilyn Wilkening, Mary Corder, Barbara Powell, Doris Neil. Bach' row: Virginia Wright, Kay Gilliatt, Mary Varley,
Mary Ella Reutinger, Janet Nelson, Corrine Muncy, Beverly Fancher.
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Presbyterians Visit Chicago
The Presbyterian Student Center forms the nucleus around which a community of committed stu-
dents continue their search for a vital, living Christian faith. A study program consisting of Bible
study. discussion of theological problems and other topics chosen during the year is being developed
for interested students. A new group added to the centeris program has been the married couples
who meet once a week for a pot-luck supper. The spirit of fellowship was increased through weekly
coffee hours. holiday chocolate hours and dessert hours when the directors, Rev. and Mrs. Richard
Nelson, shared a social hour with new students and council members. A highlight of the year was a
study trip to Chicago where students were given an opportunity to observe the work of the church
in a metropolitan situation. Physical changes at the center were changing the social room and the
chapel to increase seating capacity in the chapel. Officers were Gerry Cline, moderatorg John Miller,
vice-moderatorg Marolyn Oelberg, stated clerk, and Carole Hagan, treasurer.
YVESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP-Seated, front row: Rev. Richard Nelson, Patricia Florine, Gary Ammeter, Allen Severn, Willard Howell, Glen
Carmen Smith, Carol
Nellist. Edwin Clopton. Second row: Sandra Jepsen. Kay Block. Shirley Peterson, Mary Jane Morford, Karen McDonough,
h B l Rh' Standin back row Carol Watson 'Nlarcia Nleyer Louise Noack Clione Cooper. Carol Berkler,
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Margaret Fischer, Patricia Gardner, Mary Anne Lindlief. Marolyn Oelberg. Linda Grimmius, Martha Allbee, Zoe Thoreson
Wombolt, Dorothy McCreath, Carolyn Kemper, Ann Strain. Betty Irwin, Mary Lou Fredrickson, Gerry Cline, Barbara Wallace, Gwen Lehnus,
Ruth Klar, Vera Jonker.
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Phi Chi Delta Studies Christianit
Phi Chi Deltais aim is to help its members see their lives on this campus as an integral part of the
church. The organization plays an important role in the total program of the Presbyterian student
Center, giving its members opportunities to gain experience in leadership and to share in fun and
fellowship with other young Women. Anyone who is interested and will be active in the program is
invited to become a member. Pledging activities culminate at the Rose Dinner held in January, at
which time the pledges become active members. The theme this year has been '4Christianity Goes to
Collegegn through this study the members tried to understand more clearly their role as Christian
students on the TC campus. Phi Chi Delta had as its main project this year the gathering of visual
aids and teaching materials for a Presbyterian mission school in Lebanon. Officers were Ann Strain,
presidentg Dorothy McCreath and Carole Hagan, vice presidentsg Mary Lou Mamminga, secretaryg
and ,lean Wombolt, treasurer. Mrs. Dorothy Nelson was the organization's sponsor.
PHI CHI DELTA-Front row: Gwen Lehnus, Barbara Wallace, Rita Krambeer, Mary ,lane Morford, Sandra Ladehoff, Janet Overeen, Sandra
Jepsen. Second row: Gerry Cline, Delores Mason, Carol Watson, Carmen Smith, Sharron Strayer, Sharon Ryan, Mary Lou Mamminga. Back row:
Mary Anne Lindlief, Mrs. Dorothy Nelson, Shirley Post, Elaine Emmett, Myma Jespersen, Carol Berkler, Ann Strain, Margaret Roose.
Alpha Phi Gamma Holds Open House
Among its activities this year, Alpha Phi Gamma, a national honorary journalistic fraternity, held an
open house for students interested in journalism during the Prospective Teachers Day at TC. Each
spring there is a publications picnic and an annual Gridiron dinner. The officers Were Loretta Mid-
dleton. president: Barbara Lucas, vice presidentg Lois Dunlap, secretaryg and Sally Horn, treasurer.
Their sponsor was Miss Beverly DeLong, assistant in information services.
ALPHA PHI GAMMA-Seated: Shirley Watanabe, Lois Dunlap, Loretta Middleton, Sally Horn. Standing: Marilyn Schabacker, Florence
Chaney. Harry Nimmo. Sharon Sanders, Beverly Dornbusch, Milton Hallman, Beverly DeLong, Suk Kou Kim, Dorothy Horn.
Beta Beta Beta Takes Field Trip
Delta Iota, local chapter of Beta Beta Beta, is a national honorary science fraternity, open to stu-
dents who are at least third quarter sophomores, with a 3.0 average in 15 hours of biological science
and a 2.5 over-all average in college work. Activities for the year included individual and group
projects, speakers, and early in the fall members were shown by graduate students how to build
models pertaining to the human body. Last summer an extensive field trip to Arkansas was taken
for one and a half weeks. Officers for the year were Janet Pattee, president, Richard Sherer, vice
president, Mary Ann Biwer, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Charles Allegre was the faculty sponsor.
BETA BETA BETA-Sealed: Marian Peter, Janet Pattee, Mary Biwer, Loraine Douglass. Standing: Virgil Dowell, Charles Allegre, Leonard
Snowden, Patty Johnson.
CHIMES-Seated, front row: Constance Brink. Sandra Ladehoff. Second row: Joyce Grandgeorge, Shirley Post, Grace Madson, Roberta Kenny.
Standing: Judith Nordly, Norma Prehm.
Chimes Honors Junior Women
Chimes, a national honorary society on TC's campus, recognizes junior women for their high scho-
lastic achievement. Breaking an exciting period of waiting, women eligible for Chimes are tapped
on the morning of Women's Day in the spring. To be eligible, points are given on religious and so-
cial activities, interest, leadership ability and participation in honor organizations. They must main-
tain a 2.80 all-campus grade average. Traditional projects include an information booth at Home-
coming and arranging the program for '4Coffee and Carols" before Christmas. This group also car-
ries out various service projects. Officers for the past year were Connie Brink, president, Grace Mad-
son, vice president, Joyce Grandgeorge, secretaryg and Roberta Kenny, treasurer. Their sponsor was
Miss Barbara Yager.
DELTA SIGMA RHO-Seated: Howard Thompson, Lillian Wagner. Standing: Leo Munday, Shirley Whannel, Robert Davis
Delta Sigma Rho Encourages Forensics
Wllo encourage the highest quality of participation in debate and other forensic activities" is the pur-
pose of the TC chapter of Delta Sigma Rho, a national honorary forensic fraternity. This organi-
zation is open to all junior and senior students with a 2.5 grade point average who have partici-
pated in debate or other forensic competitions and who are active in the Speech Activities Club.
Iowa State Teachers College is the only teacher's college in the Whole nation which has a chapter
of this fraternity. Although no specific projects are performed, sponsoring forensic activities on
campus is the main activity of this organization. The only undergraduate and officer of this club
was Shirley Whannel, president. Their sponsor was Dr. Lillian Wagner.
Kappa Delta Pi Hears Guest Speakers
Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary fraternity in education open to juniors, seniors, and graduate
students who have a 3.0 average in ten hours of education. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to
encourage high professional, intellectual and personal standards in the field of education. The main
project of the year was to look into the little known facts about TC. Presidentl. W. lVlaucker started
off this project by discussing the topic, 'GTC On Top." Other speakers and the topics they discussed
included Dr. Dwight Curtis on HNew Procedures for Handling Student Teachers at the Campus
Schoolf' Mr. Herbert Silvey on Mllesearch at TC,l' lVlr. Philip Jennings on HHOW Our Business Office
Operates," Dr. Daryl Pendergraft on 'llfxtension Services," and Dr. lVlarshall Beard on "The Semes-
ter Plan at TC." Other activities of the year included the two initiations and the annual banquet.
Members receive a subscription to The Educational F oram, a leading professional journal published
by Kappa Delta Pi. Officers for tl1e year were Lyle Dorland, president, Phyllis Anderson, vice presi-
dent, Annette Allen, secretary, and John Jones, treasurer. Dr. Oscar Thompson was the sponsor of
KAPPA DELTA Pl-Seated, front row: Jack Farrell, Daniel Decker, Beverly Andersen, Edgar Epperly, Richard Phillips, William Stock. Second
raw: Lyle Dorland, Terry Bakken, Norma Wetzel, Patty Johnson, Sally Graskewicz, Annette Allen, Carolyn Dougherty. Third row: Marjorie
Moehn, Elinor Moon, Eva Lou Runyan. Gloria Nelsen. Fourth row: Sally Hom, I..aVon Benson, Sheila Rychnovskyy Jeanette Sorenson, Helen
lnamasu, Isabel Pattison, Mildred Sweeney, Diane Sorenson, Patricia Drewer, ,loan Bell, Beverly Dornbusch, Sharon Logan, Phyllis Anderson.
Standing: Franklin Carlson. William Guenther, Dennis Buckley, Willis Proctor, Jack Logan, Oscar Thompson.
Kappa Mu Epsilon Sees Beaut in ath
To develop an appreciation of the beauty of mathematics serves as the motto for Kappa M u Epsilon,
national mathematics fraternity. The Iowa Alpha Chapter, second oldest chapter of Kappa Mu Epsi-
lon has a four-fold purpose: to further the interest of mathematics in undergraduate schools, to
help the student realize the important role of mathematics in the development of the western world,
to develop an appreciation of the power and beauty possessed by mathematics and to provide a so-
ciety for the recognition of outstanding achievement in the study of mathematics in the undergrad-
uate level. The fraternity holds biennial national conventions which are attended by students and
regional conventions during alternating years. Students with a 2.5 over-all average and seventy-five
quarter hours of work have met the first requirements for membership. Officers of the Iowa Alpha
Chapter were John Newton, presidentg Jack Richards, vice president, and Susan Hansen, secretary-
treasurer. Mr. Fred Lott was their sponsor.
KAPPA MU EPSILON-Seated: John Newton, Sally Hom. Standing, front row: DeWayne Nymann, Mary Ann Ploog, Harold Trimble. Second
row: Diane Sorenson, Richard Crumley, Fred Lott, Irvin Brune, Charles Wright, Jack Richards, Richard Schnell, Augusta Schurrer.
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row: Richard Arends. Milton Hallman, Neal McCuffin.
Kappa Pi Promotes Art Interest
The Beta Rho chapter of the Kappa Pi, national art fraternity, has as its motto: 'GAS the sunshine
colors flowers, so art colors life." Its purposes are to promote an art interest among college students,
to bring art departments of various colleges closer together through its activities, to know the work of
other students through the exhibits and the national publication SKETCH BOOK, to stimulate higher
scholarship and to recognize potential and professional ability. Some special events included a
Christmas party. a student sponsored art show during the spring, and a ceremony of installation and
honors. Panel discussions are held every quarter. The officers were Richard Arends, presidentg Mil-
ton Hallman, vice presidentg Annmarie Nolte, secretaryg and Glenda Wilson, treasurer. Mr. Don
Finegan was the sponsor.
PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA-Seated, front row: William Hartman, Jerry Raines, Dennis Smith, .lohn Heiden, Donald Winters. Second row:
Charles Mandernach, Franklin Koch. Standing: Darrell Scott, Charles Matheson, Larry Miller, Richard Sullivan, Douglas Eitzman, Charles Ful-
ler, William Emly, Richard Arends, Arnold Rabe, Deloy Davidsen, Jerry Curly.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Is Active
To further the cause of music and to promote the general Welfare of music students is the purpose
of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national music fraternity for male students on campus. This honor or-
ganization is not restricted to just music majors but is open to all who express some interest in the
furtherment of music. Perhaps the three most common events in which they take part include the
annual jazz concert, the Christmas concert, where they work in co-operation with Sigma Alpha Iota,
and the Continental American Concert. Among some of the services they provide is the ushering
at various musical events held throughout the year. Officers for the year were Darrell Scott, presi-
dentg .lohn Heiden, vice president, Donald Winters, secretary, and Curtis Noble, treasurer. Their
sponsor was Mr. Charles Matheson.
Pi Gamma Mu Has Strong Purpose
Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honor fraternity, has as its colors blue for truth and white
for light. lts motto is: "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." The three-fold
purpose is to inspire social service to humanity by an intelligent approach to the solution of social
problems, to engender sympathy toward others with different opinions and institutions by a better
mutual understanding and to support existing social science organizations by promoting social abil-
ity and attendance at meetings. Such problems as the Suez Canal and the national election were
discussed. The group usually met twice a quarter. For the second meeting of the spring quarter a
picnic was held. Officers were Richard Wood, president, Earl Shepard, vice president, and Howard
J ones, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Howard Jones also sponsored the organization, and was the faculty
representative to the executive council.
PI GAMMA MUsSeated: Richard Wood, Dennis Jenson, Franklin Carlson, Forrest Buck, Victor Diercksen. William Lang, Gordon Mixdorf.
Slanding: Howard Jones.
PI OMEGA PI-Seated: Marie Barger, Donna Madsen, Dorothy Hanus, Marilyn Moeller. Second row: Shirley Young, Darrell Jones, Beverly
Dornbusch, Frederick Humphrey, Lois West, Agnes Lebeda. Standing: Norma Prehm, Katherine Humphrey, Lloyd Douglas, Roy Plant, Terry
Pi Omega Pi Sponsors B. E. Day
In carrying out its purpose-to establish and direct chapters engaged in business teacher training
-the Gamma Chapter of Pi Omega Pi at TC sponsored a Business Education Day, assisted the
F .B.L.A. with the Homecoming alumni tea and added interest to the bulletin boards in the Business
Department with various decorations. At the yearly banquet, recognition Was given to various out-
standing business students. This organization is open to juniors and seniors with an over-all grade
index of 2.75 and 3.0 in business courses less than 30 hours, or a 2.75 in more than 30 hours of
business. The officers for the year were Beverly Dornbusch, president, Marie Barger, vice presidentg
Marilyn Moeller, secretary, and Frederick Humphrey, treasurer. The club was sponsored by Mrs.
Purple Arrow Encourages Scholarship
Outstanding lresliman and sophomore women are represented by the honorary organization, Purple
.lrroux This group places special emphasis on the achieving of a 3.0 cumulative grade average for
two consecutive quarters. As this is a service organization, one of their most important jobs is the
lreslinian orientation program where they plan the various activities and help carry them out dur-
ing the lirst week of school. They also operate the guide service and have charge of Dadis Day
registration each fall. This organization met twice quarterly. Officers for the year were Miriam Un-
clcrwootl. president: Pauline Uuskallio. vice presidentg Judith Branam, secretaryg and Tamson Crist,
treasurer. Miss Betsy Roth was their sponsor.
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'I'lior-on. Mary Sholtl, Shirlcy Cot-klin, lit-tty Irwin, Betty Schwartz, Lois Lcttow, Edna Wood. Third row: Irene Holland, Shirley Jones, Gwen-
tlolyn loncs. Miriam llinlcrwootl, Carol Rowi-tltlcr. Fourth row: Dawn Evans, Virginia Benhow, Dorothy Stone, Carolyn Bruce, Delores Bell. Fifth
row: lliana Johnson, lit-llviiv Schultz. Pauline Uuskallio. Standing: Mary Ann Abbas, Carolyn Niibu, Janice Crush, Marie Dickson, Elaine Matyk,
flliw- N oung, Kay Howl:-ll, Carol Mt-llcs, Rose Ann Dohrer, Joan Holtapp, Bonnie Van Wyk, Susan Tjernagel, Arlene Sdhutte, Delores Hein, Lois
Currie-r, llail 'l't-niplvman, Doris Loynachan, Tamson Crist, Charlotte Nichols.
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Sigma Alpha Eta, national speech correction fraternity, aims to provide a medium for enriched pro-
fessional and social experiences through co-curricular activities. Speech correction majors who have
creditably completed at least one course in speech correction, have an all college average of 3.0,
and have been an associate member for one quarter are eligible for key membership. During the
year the Chi Chapter entertained at least six professional speakers, most of whom were graduates
of Chi Chapter who are now Working in the schools of Iowa. Officers of the year were Judith Nordly,
president, Donald Braden, secretary, and Robert Cody, treasurer. Their sponsor was Dr. John
SIGMA ALPHA ETA-Seated, front row: Loren Stouffer, Harold Webb, Donald Braden. Second row: John Focht, David Williams, Ernest Fos-
sum, Judith Nordly, Sally Moore, Carol Gaunt, Robert Tegeler. Standing: William Glassell, Lester Parry, James Steffen.
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To maintain and uphold the standards of music in the community and the World is the purpose of
Sigma fIIpI1a Iota. the honorary music fraternity for women. The qualifications for membership in-
clude a major or minor in music, a 2.80 average in completed music courses, and a 2.40 average in
academic work. Eligible members must also be of good character and secure faculty recommenda-
tions. Sigma Alpha Iota participates in an annual Christmas concert with Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
the men's music fraternity on campus. Another tradition of Sigma Alpha Iota is to hold a musicale
at the homes of the chapter's patronesses. Officers for the year were janet DuBois, president,
Carolyn Eggleston, vice president, Charlotte Diehn. treasurer: and ,loan Olson, recording secretary.
This organization was sponsored by Miss ,lane Birkhead, Mrs. lvone Maxwell and Miss Patricia
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA-Seated, front row: Sylvia Larson. Norma Wetzel. Charlotte Diehn, Janet DuBois. Second row: Lauretta Brunsvold. ,Io
Anne Kohls, Rose Klaire. Roberta Paxson. Standing: Alphy Adams, Joan Olson, LeAnn Dieken, Mary McClure, Carolyn Eggleston, Doris Dickin-
son, Sonya Davis, Marilyn Savery.
Theta Alpha Phi Stimulates Creativit
Iowa Beta Chapter of Theta Alpha Phi is the honorary dramatic fraternity on the TC campus.
This organization can be located in colleges and universities throughout the country. Eligibility
for membership is based upon a high standard of achievement in theatre art and is a recognition of
unusual service to local college drama. Purposes of this organization are to stimulate creativeness
and foster artistic achievements in all of the allied arts and crafts of the theatre. Pictures from
productions at TC have appeared, over a period of years, in each issue of The Cue, the official pub-
lication of the national chapter. Virginia Jordan was the 1956-57 recipient of the Iowa Beta Alumni
Chapter's annual scholarship. Officers for the year were Audrey Hayes, presidentg Virginia Jordan,
vice presidentg ,lay Dikkers, secretaryg and David Bueter, treasurer. Their sponsors were Mr. Stan-
ley Wood and Mr. James Clay.
THETA ALPHA PHI-Seated, front row: Virginia Jordan. Second row: Audrey Hayes, Stanley Wood, Elaine McDavitt, James Clay. Third row:
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THETA THETA EPSILON-Sealed: Emily Yeager, Alice Patricia Pierce. Elisabeth Sutherland, Edna Shores, Mary Lou Bottorff, Donna Kim-
rey, Doris Light. Sue Hoskins. Standing: Olive Holliday, ,lane Hauser.
Theta Theta Epsilon Honors Seniors
Members of Theta Theta Epsilon, the honorary home economics organization on campus, worked
for its aim-to promote scholarship and leadership among students in the home economics depart-
ment-in various ways. They were in charge of the teas held in the Home Economics Department,
served as official hostesses of the department and sponsored the annual lVIother's Day tea. ln the
spring, the Senior Home Economics Dinner, honoring all senior home economics majors, highlighted
the events of this club. All junior and senior women eligible for membership must be active in the
Ellen Richards Club and another college organization. and have an over-all grade point of 2.5 with
an average of 2.8 in 25 hours of home economics. The officers were Doris Light, president, and
Sue Hoskins, secretary-treasurer. Their sponsor was Dr. Elisabeth Sutherland.
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Suzanne Gordon, Sally Craskewicz. Marie Barger, Beverly Dornbusch, Donna Schultz, Marian McBrair.
Torch and Tassel Honors Senior Women
Torch and Tassel is an organization honoring senior women for outstanding ability in scholarship
and leadership. The grade point is based on a 0.3 above the latest published all campus average.
To be eligible she must also possess qualities of leadership, interest and be eligible for membership
in another honor organization. The new members are tapped in an impressiye ceremony on Women's
Day in the spring. Worthwhile services are sponsored each year in co-operation with other service
organizations. The officers for the year were Suzanne Gordon, presidentg Patty Johnson, vice presi-
dentg Barbara Priest, secretary-treasurer. This organization was sponsored by Miss Marian McBrair.
lpha Beta lpha Concludes Year
Social gatherings, guest speakers upon subjects relating to librariansliip, and a day for high school
students to visit the campus are the projects of the year for Alpha Beta Alpha. This organization
is for students of any classification who plan to major or minor in library science. lts purposes are
to further the professional knowledge of its members, to promote fellowship, to promote wholesome
recreation, and to serve as a recruiting agency for librariauship. It is affiliated with the National Un-
dergraduate Library Science fraternity as Xl chapter. Serving as officers for 1956-57 were Lois
Purhman, president: Patricia Maxwell, vice presidentg Cecelia Doran, secretary, and Marjorie
Powers. treasurer. The sponsors were Miss Gertrude Voelker and Mr. Everett Howell.
ALPHA BETA ALPHA-Seated: Cecelia Doran, Patricia Maxwell, Gertrude Voelker, Marjorie Powers, Nancy Moeller. Standing: Tamson Crist
Franci Green, Eloise Hoeg, Dorothy Larson, Mary Gugeler.
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ALPHA PHI OMEGA-Seated, front row: Gerald Re Lon, John Newton, Tom Wright. Second row: Tom Casper, Daniel Decker, Milton
Hallman, Dick Daniels, Jack Armstrong. Standing: Robert Peters, Duane Thompson.
Alpha Phi Gmega Serves Purple and Gold
Men who are interested in upholding the principles of the Boy Scout movement are members of
this local chapter of the largest national service fraternity in the United States. This is a service
organization and not an honorary or social fraternity. Service projects in the areas of student body
and faculty, youth and community, members of the fraternity, and the nation are carried out every
year. The activities of Alpha Phi Omega include ushering, providing leaders for local scout ac-
tivities and presenting a traveling trophy to any outstanding citizen of Cedar Falls at an annual rec-
ognition dinner in the spring. The 1956-57 officers were John Newton, president., Jerry Fulon,
vice president, Tom Wright, secretary, and Duane Thompson, treasurer. The sponsors were Dr.
Rhum, Dean Bender, Dr. Bernhard, ,lack Armstrong and Richard Daniels.
Art Club Pursues Their Interest
Talks by faculty or community members, discussions by Art Club members and participation work-
shops are the activities in which members of the 4rt Club participate. The talks and discussions are
centered around all types of art and are frequently illustrated by slides or movies of people who
have traveled or from the audio visual collection of Art Department. The workshops include work
with any media the members.wish to see. Such projects as making a modern film, designing and
executing pieces for the Nativity Scene for the Commons lawn, and taking field trips to museums
and places of artistic interest are included in the Art Club program. Officers were Frank Manos,
presidentg ,leanette Jarvis, vice presidentg Pat Shuster, secretary-treasurer. Mr. John Page, Mr.
Paul Smith and Dr. Edward Thorne are sponsors of the group.
ART CLUB-Seated: Sharon Benjamin, Jeanette Jarvis, Veronica Saftig, Mary Gugelar. Standing: Miss Constance Schraemeyer, Mr. John Page,
Milton Hallman, Daniel Boyd, Patricia Shuster, Ronald Hotek, Frank Manos.
BETA ALPHA EPSILON-Seated: Millie Okumoto, Helen Yamamoto, Almira Oyakawa, Nancy Lange. Beverly Anderson, Esther Freland,
Fusako Yoshinaga, Amy Yasukawa. Ellen Pearson. Standing: Maurine O. Thorson, Merna Folkers, Jean Goldapp, Douglas Doerzman, Dr.
O. Thompson, Georgianna Davenport, Betsy Ann Emura, Ruth Abe, Helen lnamasu, La Von Benson.
Beta Alpha Epsilon Cffers Gpportunities
Beta Alpha Epsilon is open to any student on the four-year program who is majoring in upper ele-
mentary or junior high education. Full membership is obtained by attending three meetings per
quarter. Under the auspices of the education department, BAE offers both educational and social
opportunities to its members. The primary interest of Beta Alpha Epsilon is to prepare the stu-
dents to become better teachers for upper elementary and junior high level and to meet the many
challenges they will encounter when teaching. A newsletter is sent out each spring to all former
alumni. Guest speakers demonstrated and informed the organization of their subject-matter field.
Parties, picnics, and a spring banquet are some of the social events of the year. Serving as officers
for BAE were Fusako Yoshinaga, presidentg Beverly Anderson, vice presidentg Helen Yamamoto,
secretaryg and Almira Oyakawa, treasurer. Dr. Frank Martindale and Dr. Oscar E. Thompson were
sponsors of the group.
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4-H-Seated, front row: Linda Marken, Betty Irwin, Beverly Robbins, Beulah Johnson, Janice Hovey. Second row: Marcia ,loan Meyer, Catherine
Kemper, Janet Jugenheimer, Gloria Mangold, Barbara Denbur,-zer, Delores Heeren, Doris Cassens, Carolyn Fausch. Standing: Karlene Hanson,
Joan Drenkhahn. loan Robinson, Marlene Hartman, Merna Folkers, Diane McNeese, Dora Dohler, Dorla Coots, Camille Buckner, Diane Dunlop,
The Four H's Is Their otto
Founded to help former 4-H girls find their places on campus, the Campus 4-H Club serves pri-
marily as a social group. The collegiate Campus 4-H members strive to further their basic ideals
which include clearer thinking, greater loyalty, more service, and better living for the community,
the country, and the world. Various demonstrations are held at the monthly meetings on such topics
of interest as gift wrapping and food preparation. They have many- social functions during the school
year. The formal intiation banquet held each spring is the focal point of the year. A picnic is also
held in the spring. Former 4-H girls or any Women students interested in the organization may join.
Officers were Janet Jugenheimer, president, Gloria Mangold, vice president, Barbara Denburger,
secretaryg and Catherine Kemper, treasurer. The group sponsor was Dr. Elisabeth Sutherland.
COLLEGE PLAYERS-Seated, front row: Carol Hatch, Patricia Kucera, Veola Bainter, Janet Adamson. Second row: Randy Hoeg, ,Ioy Harris,
Nancy Norvell, Loretta Middleton, Virginia Jordan, Nancy Wallace, Connie Tennant, Sandra Humeston. Standing: Keith McClellan, ,lay Dikkers,
Milford Whittlesey, Wayne Hascall, John Benser, Kay Young, Mr. S. Wood, LaVon Benson, David Beuter, Glenn Nellist, Mr. Clay, Audrey Hayes,
Dick Oberdiear, Cliff Scott, Marilyn Carson, Victor Diercksen, Mary Schoonmaker.
College Players Star Throu h the Year
To increase interest in drama is the main purpose of the College Players. A planning board sets
up the weekly meetings which include study and Work projects. The projects serve to acquaint the
members with well known playwrights and their plays, with plays that TC students have written
and with problems of producing a play. Any student interested in drama may become eligible to
this group with full membership attained upon completion of requirements set up by regular mem-
bers. Members of the group have the opportunity of participating in the group's four major dramat-
ic productions presented by the department of Languages, Speech and Literature each year, not
only in acting but also in the scenery and costuming. Serving as hosts to drama conferences of
high schools is another part of College Players. Officers were Virginia Jordan, president and Joy
Harris, secretary. Mr. Stanley Wood was the sponsor.
Elementa Ki Promotes Fellowship
Any person on the two-year elementary curriculum may become a member of Elementa Ki. The
object and goal of this organization is to establish and maintain a wholesome social and professional
fellowship among students on the elementary curriculum. New officers are chosen every quarter
except for the treasurer who is elected on the yearly basis. Sponsor was Miss Nellie Hampton.
ELEMENTA KI-Seated, front row: Mary Daufeldt, Ruth Iiifert, Patsy Carey, Sharon Strayer, Carol Melles, Kay Hewlett, Mary Mohror, Eloise
Burkey, Marlene Blunier, Eloise Tuinstra. Standing: Karen Homolar, Program chairman: Karen Nord, Lois Nesmith, Carol Smith, Henrietta
Steffen, Gloria Lage, Margaret Baekhaus, Beverly Fanehi-r, Diana johnson, Dolores Shipley, Publicity chairman, Marcia Egglands, Secretaryg
Lorraine Rohwedder, vice presiclentg Julia Kingslaver. Treasurer, Dellene Schultz, President, Marcia Fritz, Lois Armentrout, Sherrill Clark,
Sharon Moon, Doris Neil, lrnia Hamilton, Margaret Ferguson, Becky Polluck, Carolyn Neff, ,lane Zwanziger, Judith Folk, Shirley Greiman, ,lan
We-ltha, loan Weltha. Sandra Elsing, Ruth Abe, Betsy Ann Emura, Mary ,lane White, Susan Tjernagel, Nancy Aldrich, Doris Johnson.
Homemakers Broaden Their Field
TC named its home economics club after the founder of the field of home economies in the US,
Ellen Richards. lVlembership is open to anyone interested in home economics. Goals set by this club
are to promote home economics, promote leadership and responsibility and to promote home eco-
nomics in different angles.
ELLEN RICHARDS-Seated, front row: Eleanor Wilkins, vice president: Janet Else. Second row: Jo Whitman, treasurerg Rosemary Russell,
presidentg Jacqueline Krava, secretary. Third row: Jean Farland, Shirley Jantzen, La Vonne Matern, Miss Yeager, sponsor: Janirc Hovey.
Fourth row: Katherine Rina. Dorothy Hanus, Judith Boll, Valda Evans. Bonny Sharp. Fifth row: Theora Schimliurg. Eileen Matzen, Margaret
Kuhn, Corinne Muncy. Sixth row: Carolyn Runyan, Asako Ito, June Takamiya. Standing, at left: Joanne Sander. Darlene Spies. Myrna Jesper-
sen, Janice Swatosh, Patsy Seki. Standing, at right: Nancy Day, Ann Rydherg. Jane Hauser. Sharon Smit, Marlene Eggek. Fae Fraser, Audrey
Maulton, Sue Hoskins, Donna Kimrey, Doris Light.
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HAWAIIAN CLUB-Seated, first row: Trudy Onomura, Claire Nakashima. Muriel Naito, Amy Nojiri, Carolyn Niibu. lean Okumoto, Judy
Oshiro, ,lean Nakasato. Second row: June Inoshita, Margaret Takemoto, Myrtle Shimoda, Irene Takamiya. Evelyn Yamada, Pat Chang. Betsy
Ann Emura, Ruth Abe, Florence Tashiro, Betty Kodani, Naomi Tanaka. Third row: Shirley Watanabe. Patsy Seki, Naomi Moriguchi, Thelma
Muramoto, Helen Yamamoto, Helen Curtiza, Lorraine Miyasaki, secretaryatreasurerg Cathy Murola, Almira Oyakawa, Doris Tanaka. Elaine
Takano. Back row: Chuck Hazama, presidentg Clarence Juan, Mike Tsuda, June Takamiya, Millie Okumoto, Amy Yasukawa, Charles Espcras,
Tommy Konno, Gene Tsuhaku.
Hawaiians Color Campus
HParadise Unliarmedf' a program presented on the TC campus two years ago, has led to the de-
velopment of this newly organized club. Anyone from the isles of Hawaii is recognized as a member.
The organization boasts a membership of about fifty. The Hawaiians have no feature program, but
members enjoy outings and get togethers with other students from Iowa State College and the State
University of Iowa. The primary purpose of the club is to make the Hawaiian students feel as much
at home as possible and to inform their folks back home as to what they are doing. The group com-
municates with major publishers in Hawaii on group achievements and activities. Officers chosen
were Chuck Hazama, presidentg and Lorraine Miyasaki, secretary-treasurer.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB-Seated: Shirley Whannel, Terry Halstead, Pat Maxwell. Standing: Cliff Scott, Sharon Thudium, Tom
International Relations Reorganizes
T his year International Relations Club was reorganized by the students and faculty of Teachers Col-
lege. The club is open to all students of the college and any member of the faculty who is interest-
ed in the events of the world and the stories behind the headlines. lts purpose is to stimulate its
members with active interest in all world affairs. One of the activities that the club had this year
was a letter written to Prime lVlinister Nehru of India which was received with various responses.
They also helped with the drive held for Hungarian relief in December, and had an important part
in sponsoring the first International Relations Week in lVlarch. lVlr. George Poage sponsored the
group and the officers were Cliff Scott, presidentg Terry Halstead, vice presidentg and Tom Price,
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB-Seated, front row: Richard Bailey, Bradley Anderson. Edward Ranney, James Mentzer, Jack Weddle. Second row:
Richard Claypool, Jerry Maynard, Francis Giebelstein, Jay Mullar, James Brunner, Donald Hart, Robert Sharp. Third row: Donald Sims, Robert
Nystrom, Ronald Hoffman, Harry Stanton, Dr. H. Reed. Fourth row: Robert Skinner, Delmar Larsen, Lorimer Bjorklund, Howard Hecker,
Charles Feller, William Verbrugge, Gerald Long, Mr. La Rue. Back row: Bill Stock, John Plummer, Jr., Neal Peny, Joseph Antone, Charles Val-
ley, Leon Kruse, Dale Gootee, Jack Logan.
Industrial rts Club Promotes Growth
Industrial Arts Club organized for any student interested in this field, provides an informal atmos-
phere so members can pursue their interest. ln October, 1956, they sponsored the annual lndus-
trial Arts Conference for teachers all over the state. Mr. James LaRue sponsored the club, and of-
ficers were William Stock, president, Donald Hart, vice presidentg William Rustemier, secretary-
IFTA Becomes Professional
Iowa Future Teachers flssociation, whose purpose stresses interest in the profession, is open to any
student on campus. The club meets twice a quarter and membership is maintained by attending
one meeting per quarter. IFTA has no major project for the year, but every spring a banquet is
held for the old and new cabinet. Other activities include assisting at the Prospective Teachers Day
and sending two delegates to the state conference in February where state officers are elected. Be-
coming a member of IFTA entitles one to membership in l.D.B.S. and NEA. Officers were Nor-
ma Prehm. president: Frances Ogren, vice president: Grace Madsen, secretaryg and Joan Bell,
treasurer. Dr. W. Silvey, Dr. H. Knutson and Dr. DeKock were sponsors of the group.
IFTA-Sl'f1Yf'0h NOTYUH Pffhm- Sfllndfflgf DF. W- Silvey, Dr- Knutson. .loan Bell, Grace Madson, Dennis Buckley, Jack Weida, Frances Ogren.
.leffersonians Speak for Democracy
The leffersonian Club, which is affiliated with the Young Democrats of America and of Iowa, is
engaged in a two-fold program of stimulating political interest on campus and directing support
to the Democratic Party. This organization is open to all students who are interested in the house-
keeping aspects of democracy in action. Opportunity for experience in practical politics is also avail-
able through cooperation with the Blackhawk Democratic Committee. The feffersonian Club boasts
an active membership of six years. Officers of the club were Vernon Ewell, presidentg David Far-
rell, vice president, Carol Ann Hand, secretary, and Robert Lemke, treasurer. Sponsors of the
club were Miss Erma Plaehn and lVlr. Edwin Maurer.
JEFFERSONIANS-Seated: Marie Dickson, Dorothy Horn, lola Kain, Phyllis Bowman, Kay Darnell, Janice Christenson, Sara Kaye Porter, Joyce
Nielson, Suzanne Cordon, Ann Kidwell, Shirley Van Engen, Donna Gardner, Shirley Whannel, John Jones, Jerry Welden, Ronald Hotek. Stand-
ing: Margaret Moehn, Cecelia Doran, Carol Ann Hand, Barbara Denburger, Judy Hawthorne, Robert Lemke, John Gregory, Mr. Maurer.
KPBA Takes Interest in Children
Kappa Pi Beta .sllpha is an interest organization for junior and senior girls majoring in kindergar-
ten-primary education. The year's program consisted of guest speakers in kindergarten-primary
field. social functions and student panel discussions. Each year the activities are highlighted by a
Christmas dessert party. the dinner honoring graduates and the Motherls Day luncheon. A news-
letter written and published by the girls is sent to alumni each yearg it includes alumni news, book
reviews and the activities of KPBA for the year. KPBA was organized on this campus in 1928 and
has been active ever since. Officers of the group were Jeanette Sorensen, presidentg Allison Mukai,
vice president: Shirley Struncli, secretaryg and Carolee Swanson, treasurer. Miss M. Smith, Miss
A. Arey and Miss E. Boehlje were sponsors.
.lf-anne Palmer, Frances Ogren, Cathy fllurota. ,lo
Doris Trunnell. Trudy Ononiura, Shirley Strunck.
Kl'llA--Serzlefl: Margaret lilivn. Donna Gardner. .lo Roberts. Sharon Logan, jam-I Buckels,
Qarrotho-rs. Nlary Ann Bancl-as. Jo Wt-stphall, Lorraine Miyasaki, Shirley Foster. Stamling:
Carfllvf' Fwallwn. lvaiwttv Sorenson. Janice Kisf-r, Jo Ann Dohrman.
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Ki Prima Ki Tops Enrollment
All freshmen and sophomores enrolled on a kindergarten-primary curriculum are eligible for mem-
bership in Ki Prima Ki. Its purpose is to further the studentls interests in the teaching area and
acquaint them with activities in their chosen vocation. This is done by various programs planned
by the program committee. Many resource people gave their time and effort to inform the group
of matters pertaining to their field. Miss Campbell from the art department gave an informative
speech on elementary art and Dr. Ruman, a student teaching co-ordinator, spoke on "Etching as
a Personnelized Process." Regular meetings were held every two weeks on Tuesday evenings in the
Gilchrist faculty lounge. New officers were elected each quarter. Sponsors for the group were Miss
M. Buswellg and Miss F. Hanson.
KI PRIMA KI-Seated, front row: Sally Shepherd, Phyllis Petersen. Margaret Speas, Darlene Krampe, Ardith Mairs. Evelyn Hansen. Joan Hol-
tapp. Second row: Madonna I-Iasttedt, Nona Wasson. Janis Mutum, Georgian Masden Fern Barringer. Diane McKinney, Sharon Head, Lois Let-
tow. Third row: Arlene Jansen, Della Turvold, Dixie Laws. Rita Krambeer, Bernice Beeson, Ursula Roberts. Fourth row: De Anna Wuebben,
Alice Young, Jean Leith, Marjorie Mindemann, Lorraine Fletcher, Mary Ellen Corder. Fifth row: Joy Fenton, Mary Eta Solbeck, Marva Jean
Muench, Elna Mae Peterson, Mary Shold, Janet Angell, Lora Grow. Sixth row: Katy Lahmann, Arlene Schmidt, Lois Currier, Barbara Den-
burger. Seventh row: Dorothy Stone, Edna Wood, Bethel Klahn, Gail Templeman, Jo Ann King. Eighth row: Sonya Crawford, Dora Weidemann,
Linda Morlan, Viola Fairchild, Wanda Olson. Ninth row: Arlene Cumpton, Beverly Smith, Doris Laynachan, lla Christianson. Tenth row: Rachel
Nixon, Judy Jungusen, Mary Lou Reynolds. Eleventh row: Margaret Kinkade, Jo Hickman, Shirley Jones. Julianne Heft, Doris Gerling, Loretta
Heiken. Twelfth row: Maryann Abbas, Carolyn Niibu, Doris Alsager, Iolene Severseike, Arlene Schutte, Shirley Nielsen, Bonnie Van Wyk, Helen
Lange, Linda Parkison, Patricia Robovsky, Kathleen Kading, Janice Freeburg, Gayl Lundhlad, Kaye Erickson, Donna Heiken, Nancy Dwigans,
Collette Novak. Standing: Beverly Smith, Phyllis Molenkamp, Shirley Cocklin, Betty Irwin, Dawn Evans, Marilyn Torneten, Vienlyn Speaker,
Igarenlfoster, Janyce Thorson, Shirley Carlson, Phyllis Machovec, Sue Peterson, Darlagene Rich, Loretta Gannon, Gloria Mangold, Miss Margaret
Marlins Swim Through the Year
The prime objective of Marlins and the "minn0ws" is to learn synchronized swimming skills and
good sportsniansliip in the water. Highlighting the year for Marlins was their big water show on
Nlotlieifs day weekend. which presented all of the swimmers. Officers were Shirley Barth, president:
Margaret Kynett. vice president: and Kay Detlefsen, secretary-treasurer3 with Miss Barbara Yager,
NIQXRLINS fllmre: Karon Kelly, Judy nlllieon, Sharon Ilelming. Oli-mla Rm-ns. Martha Lindholm. Karen Hanson. Karen Leas, Janet Salisbury.
Barbara Fialzi, Shirley l'ritvlictt, Joanni- 'l'ovill. lie-verly Floshnf-r. Nlary Holm. Ifarlr raw: Sharon Small, Lois Brown, Judy Bertelson, Virginia
lllagoon. Kathvrini- Shlcugvr, Pat lIlinton, Nlaxino Boi-ginan. Joan llahlquiet, llail iiihlin. Miss Barbara Yager, Shirley Barth, president. Third
rout Harriet .lorgt-neon. llvth Nlcljliillips. Cathryn lfaniplmell, Barbara Crowe, Kay IM-tl:-lei-ii, secrctaryg Annniarie Noltc. publicity: Barbara Her-
roll. ,lane ll:-als, Nancy Rhoads. Sealezl, xrrorzrl row: lit-Ili Talcott. Kay lloile, lVlargai'e'l Kynett, vice presidenlg Mary Sulht-rs, Phyllis Schat,
juily Nlillvr. Nlarilyn I.awre-iicrif. Doris llit-lu-ne-oii, Kay Falk:-, jane Cravvs, Sarah Hauff. Maxine Main, Sandra Mclnlosh, Pat Florine. Seated,
front row: Suv Urippvn. Gwen Holz, Alja lsenliart, Sandra Beckenridgv. In pool: Karen Kauffman, Mary Randall.
athematics Club pplies Principles
The Mathematics Club is organized primarily for all who are interested in mathematics, and are
interested in furthering their knowledge of mathematics. The club meets once a month and usually
has a speaker who is often a professor or a student. Picnics in the fall and spring are held with
Kappa Mu Epsilon. Dr. Augusta Schurrer was the sponsor of the group and officers were Jerry
Ohm, presidentg Sandra Ladehoff, vice presidentg and Mary Biwerg secretary-treasurer.
MATH CLUB-Seated: Sandra Ladehofl, vice presidenlg Sally Horn, Marilyn Hala, Marilyn Wallace. Susan Rock. Seated, front row: Oma
Chody, Iola Kainz. Second row: Fred Lott, Larry Collins, Eldon Meyers. Harold Trimble. Dc Wayne Nymann, John Shuler, Augusta 5-Churrer,
sponsor. Bark row: Roger Brockmr-yer, Richard Crumley, Jerry Ohm, president: Larry Holten. Henry Van Engen. Irvin Brune.
MENC Develops Interest in Musi
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ORCHESIS-Seated, on floor: Barbara Lucas, Beverley Buss. Second row: ,lanet Gelder, Regina Miller, Nancy O'Conner, Janet Adamson. Third
row: Roberta Kenny, Ceorgena Peters, William Hartman.
Grchesis Develops Creativit
The purpose of Urchesis is to increase skill in modern dance technique and choreography and to
further knowledge and appreciation of the art itself. Any interested man or woman, with or with-
out experience, may join Junior Orchesis. In addition, try-outs are held from within this junior
group to detect those most proficient in dance for Senior Orclzesis. Individuals and small groups
within the organization took part in Various school and community programs including performan-
ces during intermissions of formals and informal college dances and a few selections in one of the
Waterloo Symphony Orchestra concerts. The group, sponsored by Miss Mary Butterworth, was host
to an inter-college dance symposium. Officers were Barbara Lucas, presidentg Marilyn Ray, vice
president, Beverly Buss, secretaryg and Georgena Peters, treasurer.
PE Club Explores New Trends
Preparing its members for their teaching positions, stimulation of student-faculty and interdepart-
ment relationships and several social activities are the program of the Physical Education Club for
PE majors. minors and faculty members. "Fun nitesf' weekly coffees and parties were part of the
program. Miss Skittery, an exchange teacher from England, spoke on the American and English
systems of physical education. Dr. J. Bontz sponsored the club, and officers were Bev Buss, presi-
dentg Karen Eckhoff, vicc president and ,loan Abbott. secretary-treasurer.
PE CLUB-Seated. front row: Phyllis Klein, Beverly Buss. Karen Eelchoff, Joan Abbott, Joyce McLennan. Second row: Marlene England, Doris
Kahl. Sue Crippen. Mary Barnett, Charlotte Miller, Linne Howe. Standing, first row: Mary Sulliers, Jeannette Potter, Roxanne Shope, Margaret
Meyer, Kay Korns, Lois Wagner, joan Bell, Patricia Drewer, Janann Kellogg, Dolores Green. Second row: Phyllis Schat, ,lill Clapsaddle. Shirley
Winsherg, Delores Bogard. Olive Reid, Sylvia Ve-dvik, Suzanne Lueek, Deanna Broekmann, Sharon McGee. Third row: ,lane Beals, Patricia
Florine, Mary Anne Lindlief, Margaret Roose, Dorothy Moon, Virginia Ramsey, ,lean Bontz, sponsor, Mary Bell, Marilyn Lowman, Shirley Posson.
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SPEECH ACTIVITIES CLUB-Seated:
Miss L. Wagner, advisorg Dorothy
Weise, Robert Cleveland, Theresa Hen-
zelka, Kay Falke, James Bunkofske,
William Blake. Standing: Marilyn Turn-
quist, Shirley Whannel, Edward Klop-
ton, Mr. Richard Flowers, Dean Funk,
Larry Whistler, Dr. Edward Thorne.
Speech Activities Club Arouses Forensics
Speech Activities Club is an organization open to any student who is interested in forensic activities.
The speech group traveled to the Universities of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and South
Dakota to participate in the debates. A number of home debates were also held among the TC club
and other colleges of Iowa.
WRA Offers Activities For Coeds
The Wonzerfs Recreation Associatiorfs main objective for their organization was to obtain interest
and participation of college women in all types of sports and recreational activities, such as bas-
ketball, swimming, hockey, tennis and other unending sports. WHA also sponsors weekly play-
nights for both men and women, ping-pong and other tournaments, playdays in which various schools
throughout the state participate. all intramural sports and special all-college playnights during the
year. By organizing an intramural program, including any sport from basketball to baseball
and from tennis to golf, it is able to further recreational interest with fair competition. Each
woman student is automatically a member and is invited to participate in all activities. Miss Shirley
Winsberg served as faculty advisor. Officers for the group were Marilyn Lowman, president, Nancy
O'Connor. vice president, and Patricia Maxwell, secretary-treasurer.
WHA-Seated, front row: ,lane Beals, Patricia Dre-wer, Nancy O'Conner. Second row: Phyllis Klein, Patricia Maxwell, Ruth Daman, Dolores Bo-
gard. Back row: Maxine Lohmann. Marilyn Lowman, Roxanne Shope, Miss Posson. Karen Eckhoff, Patricia Rust, Marlene England, Lois Wagner,
Mary Lynn Howe.
Youn Republicans Choose Ike
A newly formed organization on campus, established in the spring of 1956 is Young Republicans.
The club is open to all students of TC who are interested in the Republican Party. lts purposes
are to bring young people into the Republican Party and to provide an opportunity for them to
find political expression and recognition. To foster and encourage the activities of the Republican
Party, to promote its ideals and to collect, analyze, discuss and disseminate information concerning
political affairs are other objectives. The activities of Young Republicans included talks by various
faculty members and Republican leaders, working in coordination with the Blackhawk County Re-
publican Headquarters and sponsoring an annual faculty tea in the fall. Officers of Young Republi-
cans were Gordon Mixdorf, presidentg Patricia Maxwell, vice presidentg Frances Ogren, secretaryg
Mary Higgen, corresponding secretaryg and Larry Holton, treasurer. Dr. George Robinson was their
YOUNG REPUBLICANS-Seated, bottom to top: Larry Holten, Tony Cook, Gordon Mixdorf, Nancy Wallace, Vivian Goss, Mary Lou Bottorf,
Carolee Swanson, Janice Cerdes, Carol Hatch, Diedre Miller, Elinore Kruse, Victor Dierckson, Mary Ann Bancks, Mary Higgens, Frances Ogren,
Barbara Hill, Virginia Wright, Naomi Harold, Marva Nygaard, Eunese Smith, Dale Hanison, Ann Farmer, Elizabeth Ann Sage, Mary Christen,
John Messer. Standing: Charles Santee, James Helvick, Robert Carter, Edgar Epperly, Wilbur Fleming. Lois Roberts, Nancy Brown, Sally
Gieseman, Joan Schmidt, Marlene Van Aucken, Patricia Maxwell, Jane Amesbury, JoAnn Sheeley, Virginia Hudson, Esther Freeland, Mary Ellen
Corder, Helen Ziegler, Marilyn Jones, Nancy Lange.
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presidentg Beverly Anderson,
Beverly Dornbusch, Martha
Clouse, social chairmang Vir-
ginia Jordan, Patricia Rust,
secretary-treasurer. Back row:
Donna Gardner, Delores Mason,
Margaret Meyer, Lavon Came-
ron, Jacqueline Vander Waal.
- Virginia Hudson.
Slffillf Councils Revise Constitutions
The nine sororities and four fraternities of Teachers College are united by their representatives on
Intersororily Council and Interfraternity Council. Both groups have worked this past year on re-
vising their respective constitutions to meet the present situation. Jointly these two governing bodies
sponsored Greek Week held in the spring. Sponsors were Miss Marian McBrair and Mr. Harry
CIL-Front row: LeRoy Craw-
ford, secretaryg James Ment-
zer, Constantine Tgiros, Mr.
Harry Morley. Back row:
James Schneckloth, treasurerg
Clark McCleary, president,
Robert Lakin, vice presidentg
Delts Feature Spring Dinner Dance
'LTO promote stronger bonds of friendship among its members, to provide opportunities for social
experience, and to help each member become a finer woman whose poise, sane judgment. good taste
and unfailing courtesy bespeak a college woman" are the goals of the Delta Delta Phi sorority.
To carry out these goals, thirty-three Dells participated in the following festivities during the year.
a Homecoming tea, ru'sh parties, a Christmas party, and caroling party with Alpha Chi Epsilon,
their brother fraternity. The Dell dinner dance is an event which all members eagerly anticipate
each spring. Revision of the constitution and pledge books, the writing of official song books and
Greek letters constructed of wood for display purposes were the main projects of the Delts this year.
Officers for the year were Virginia Jordan, president, Roberta Kenny, vice president, Marilyn
Jackson, secretary, and Juanita Williams, treasurer. Mrs. Katherine Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Wagner, Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Howard, Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Poage and Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Lee
sponsored the Delts.
DELTA DELTA PHI-Front row: Regina Miller, Virginia Jordan, Georgia Masden. Second raw: Judith Nordly. Mary Ann Bancks, Marlyn Ray
Sally Graskewicz. Lois Nesmith. Third row: Roberta Kenny, Roma Westphal. Back row: Alice Jane Forrest, Marilyn Jackson, Dixie Phillips
Mary Lynne Howe. Jaunita Williams, Patricia Peirce, Jane Hauser, Donna Linden, Beth Talcott, Marcia Moore, Harriet Tschudy, Nancy Swick
Jeannine Peck, Marlys Struck, Marolyn Oelberg.
KXPPX 'l'HlQ'l'.-X PSI Vflfronl rout Rose Nlaire, Dixie Crosley, Phyllis Anderson, ,lo Anne Kolils. Seronfl roir: Carole Hagan, Sandra Platner,
Xlary tiury, lalricia Rust. Smrerl, fell: Dorothy Dahl, Nancy Dwigans.Baf'lr row: Theresa Ginger, Shirley Post, Mary Lou Fredricksen, Donna
Xlailsen. Patrivia llinsilale. lflizalwth Skinner. Anne- Stock, Delores Mason. Sealed, right: Gerry Clin:-. Ann Kidwell.
Kappas Celebrate Golden nniversary
Congratulations are in order for the Beta Chapter of Kappa Theta Psi as the close of their golden
anniversary year draws near. They have launched a very successful year through sponsoring a Home-
coming float, rush parties, overnight parties, coke dates and a Mother's Day dinner. The highlight
of the spring was the Kappa Sweetheart dinner for members and their escorts held at Black's Tea
Room. Throughout the year, the twenty-five members have emphasized promotion of their goal,
"To develop through its members strongly knit friendships and to strive to promote on the campus
lietter relationships both socially and scholasticallyf' The Kappa sponsors for this fiftieth year were
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Phillips, Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Arand. The
officers were Delores Mason, president, Shirley Post, vice presidentg Patricia Dinsdale, secretaryg
and Nancy Dwigans, treasurer.
NU SIGMA PHI-Seated, front row: Tamson Crist, Marilyn Jones. Mary Frances Campbell, Beverly Dornbusch, Judith Hawthorne, Marie Barge-r.
Second row: Dellene Schultz, Doris Light. Back row: Mrs. Ellen Jones, Shirley Foster, Miss Eleanor Merritt, Patricia Ann Strain, Alice Steege,
Faye Renner, Lois Dunlap, Mary Russell.
u Sigma Phi Sends Round Robin
The Nu Sigma Phi sorority, founded in 1896, experienced a full schedule of activities which included
overnights, secret sister week, bowling parties, theater parties, coke dates and a spring dinner dance.
Participation in all-college activities found the N u, Sigma Phi float in the annual homecoming parade
and they also held a Mothers' Day dinner. ln the summer the organization keeps in touch with its
twenty members with a round robin letter. One of the goals of the sorority has been to further
scholarship, and the pursuit of this objective can be recognized, as the sorority received the lnter-
sorority Scholarship Award for three years. The officers of the Nu Sigs were Beverly Dornbusch,
president, Lois Dunlap, vice president, Marie Barger, secretary, and Doris Light, treasurer. Spon-
soring this group were Dr. and Mrs. Howard J ones, Dr. and Mrs. Howard Knutson and Miss Eleanor
Phi Sigma Phi Wins First at Homecoming
4'To promote scholarship and friendship," and GTO build for character, not for fame," is the goal
and motto of the Phi Sigma Phi sorority, founded on the Teachers College campus thirty-eight years
ago. Working together with their brother fraternity, Phi Sigma Epsilon, the Phi Sigs sponsored
the first prize winning float of the Homecoming parade. A few of the many scheduled activities the
Phi Sigs have held during the year have been rush parties, coke dates, overnight parties, a Home-
coming tea which was held in the home of Mrs. Bert Woodcock, a Christmas party which was held
in the home of Kathryn McDaniel, a Motheris Day luncheon and a graduation dinner. Projects for
the year have been to further a more constructive pledge period with special emphasis on assigned
library hours to promote scholarship. The sponsors for the sorority were Mrs. Bert Woodcock and
Miss Augusta Schurrer. The Phi Sig officers were Jacqueline Vander Waal, presidentg Carolyn
Dougherty, vice presidentg Joan Adams, secretaryg and Bernadean Tiarks, treasurer.
PHI SIGMA PHI-Front row: Mary Brackin, Joan Adams, Carolyn Dougherty, Janet Hilleman. Second row: Betty Olinger, Carol Rowedder,
Kathryn McDaniel. Third row: Melva Miller, Bernadean Tiarks, Judith Hinde. Standing: Judy Cutler, Waneeta Bergstrom, Sharon Luther. Susan
Hansen, Jacqueline Robinson, Carolyn Kemper, Kathryn Monson, Shirley Carlson, Jacqueline Vander Waal, Mary Lou Bottorff, Susan Haller,
Jeanne Palmer, Emily Johnson, Betty Hildebrandt, Marilyn Kintzel.
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ter, Marcia Hensel, Elaine Takano, Carol Davis.
Pi Phis Initiate Mascot
Pi Phi Omega celebrated its forty-first year on Teachers College campus this year. Throughout the
year the Pi Phis fulfilled their goals which are Hto develop socially and intellectually the mem-
bers of the sororityf, Highlights of the year were rushing parties, coke dates, secret sister week,
overnight parties held in Lawther Hall, a party during the Christmas holidays, a banquet in honor
of Mothers' Day and a dinner for the graduates of Pi Phi Omega held in the spring. The official
mascot, HPi Phi Petef, a zebra done in the official pink and White colors, attends all the meetings.
One of the projects this year was for each member to duplicate the mascot in miniature size. The
fourteen members of Pi Phi Omega were united together supporting their officers who were Donna
Gardner, president, Shirley Whannel, vice presidentg Rosemary Russell, secretary, and Marilyn
Hala, treasurer. Miss Loretta lVIcCusker and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Shores were the sponsors for
Pi Phi Omega.
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Pi Tau Phi Alumnae Receive Newsletter
The Pi Tau Phi sorority is not only concerned with the campus knowing about its fun and activities,
but through a yearly newsletter the alumnae are keptwell informed about the group. Other emphasis
has been on keeping a more complete record of parties, so that in years to come reference can be
made to these records. ln carrying out their motto, "To thine own selves be truer and it must follow
as the night the day. thou can not then be false to any manfl the Pi Taus participated in college
activities by capturing the third prize with their Homecoming float, a sorority overnight party,
alumnae breakfast. Mothers' Day luncheon, graduates dinner and a Christmas party at which time
the traditional Christmas ceremony is presented. Helping carry out these many activities are Mrs.
Perry Crier. Miss Jane Mauck, and Miss Shirley Posson, sponsorsg and Mrs. Elmer Ritter, patroness.
Officers were Beverly Andersen, president: Marilynn Dowling, vice presidentg Jane Ford secretaryg
and Judy Stoermer. treasurer.
Pl TAF PHI-Sealed, front row: Beverly Anderson, Gloria Mangold. Janice Otto, Abel Herbst, Karen Lawman, Jean Harwell. Second row:
Joyce MCL'-nnan, Maxine Lahmann, Carol Delllaris. Marilyn Lowman, Marian Peter. Standing, left: Joyce Hurt, Carolyn Bruce, Marlis Bock.
Standing. right: Doris Reed. Jane Ford, Martha Clouse, Joyce Porter.
Pi Thets Vacation at Clear Lake
A weekend at Clear Lake last summer got the Pi Theta Pi sorority off to a good start on the fun they
would have throughout the year. Among the social activities promoted by the Pi Thets were the
Sorority Sip honoring alumnae at Homecoming, a Fathers' Day coffee hour, a Mothers' Day brunch,
frequent coke dates and parties with Sigma Tau Gamma, their brother fraternity. Overnight parties
were held periodically in Lawther Hall and a round robin letter kept the members in close
contact throughout the summer. ln the fall the Pi Thets challenged the Pi Tau Phi sorority to a
game of flag football. The thirty-four members emphasized their motto "We give to girls the de-
votion of girlsf, in working together in close harmony. The compiling of Pi Ther Song Books was
one of the projects completed for the year. The officers of the Pi Thets were Lavon Cameron, presi-
dent, Nancy Lange, vice president, Esther Freeland, secretary, and Sally Bruch, treasurer. The
sponsors were Miss Thelma Short, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lacy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crumley.
PI THETA PI-Seated, front row: Kathryn Milius, Shirley Creedon, Karen Wemer, Deanna Werner, Sylvia Webbeking, Barbara Wallace, Janet
Adamson. Second row: Constance Tennant, Roberta Reimers, Sally Bruch, Jean Lawson, Jo Ann Lassen, Karalee Champion. Third row: Gail
Annable, Donna Schultz, Joy Redenbaugh. Faurth row: Frances Green, Nancy Lange, Mary Galloway, Barbara Lowell. Standing, back row: Ellen
Pearson, Lavon Cameron, Joyce Smidt, Judith Hotz, Sandra Ladehoff, Carol Gaunt, Louise Crogveek, Janice Linder, Victolia Cole.
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Founded in 1920. Tau Sigma Delta marks its thirty-seventh year on campus. Their motto, '6Friend-
ship and service." is carried out in all of their many activities during the year. ln keeping with their
colors of yellow and white. the talisman rose is their official flower. Coke dates and various par-
ties were held often with the Tau, Sig's brother fraternity, Tau Kappa Epsilon. At Homecoming they
held a tea for their visiting alumnae. A dinner dance and a Christmas party were the highlights
of December.. Other activities for the year were an overnight party, a Mothers' Day dinner, a din-
ner in honor of the graduating members and a Thanksgiving dinner. Keeping an up-to-date alumnae
file and sponsoring the Tau Sigma Delta Scholarship were the projects for the year. Officers for the
year were Virginia Hudson. president, Jayne Barker, vice president: Susan Findlay, secretary, and
Gayle Price. treasurer. Mrs. William Dee and Miss Elaine lVfcDavitt were sponsors this year.
T.-KU SIGMA DELTA-Seated. front row: Gail Thompson, Susan Findlay, Judith Johnson, Mary Etta Solbeck, Nancy Squires. Second row:
Garolyn Bunyan. Joan Meyer. Denise Dennis. Third row: Dixie Seitsinger, Joy Fenton, Gayle Price. Back row: Barbara Priest, Mary Helen Sisson,
Nancy Norvell. Virginia Hudson, Dolores Shipley, Janet Owen, Marilyn Scott, Audrey Gunnell, Barbara Cover, Marjean Sheckler.
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Roxanna Shope, Marie Gunderson, Judith Zuber, Sharon Benjamin, Marilyn Synhorst, Shirley Martinson, Joanne Winter, Jean Goldapp, Susan
Tjernagel. Back row: Marcia Eggland, Nancy Day, Colleen Jackson, Sharon Slawson, Deidre Miller.
Theta Gams Promote Friendship
'6These things l command you, that ye love one another. Greater love hath no man than this, that
a man lay down his life for a friend." This is the motto of the Theta Gamma Nu. sorority. Through-
out the year they fulfilled their aims which were to promote friendship, leadership and scholarship.
This is the thirty-first year on the TC campus for the Theta Cams and they have twenty-four mem-
bers. The highlights of their year were the spring dinner dance, the Homecoming teas and the Christ-
mas party. During the summer all the members got together for a Weekend or an overnight. The
sponsors for Theta Gamma Na were Dr. Elisabeth Sutherland and lVlr. and Mrs. Robert Paulson.
Officers were Margaret Meyer, president, Constance Brink, vice presidentg Carol Lapel, secretaryg
and Sally Stroh, treasurer.
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Sheridan Strayer, Carl Hays, Richard Cohman. Second row: John Miller, Dale Wood, Norman Smith, Kenneth Lind, James Schneckloth, Paul
Prichard, Harry Lind. Back row: Dr. Howard Jones, Kenneth Jensen, John Benser, Larry Holtan, Terry Halstead, Donald Kramer, Jay Dikkers.
Ipha Chis Feature Summer Stag Party
The members of the Beta Chapter of the National Alpha Chi Epsilon fraternity can readily be sighted
on campus when they sport their official black and gold fraternity jackets. This closely knit group,
in pursuing its goal of creating better brotherhood among its members and preparing for social
life, sponsored a homecoming float with their sister sorority, Delta Delta Phi, which this year was
awarded second prize. Other activities included a homecoming dinner, a Christmas dance, a winter
party, coke dates, picnics and the annual Drchid dinner dance, at which time one member of the
thirty-five is selected as the outstanding Alpha Chi of the year. ln the summer, this fraternity meets
for a stag party which is held the week of advanced registration. Alpha Chi Epsilon actively par-
ticipated in intramural athletics, and as apservice project the group donates blood each fall and
spring. Officers of this organization were Victor Diercksen, presidentg Harry Lind, vice presidentg
Clifford Scott, secretaryg and George Laipple, treasurer. Sponsors this year were Mr. Emitt J.
Cable, Dr. Howard V. Jones and Mr. Milo Lawton.
PHI SIGMA EPSILON-Front row: Rudy Kubik, John Peterson, Eldon Peters, William Ketch, Darrel Conway, Robert Elmore, Jerry Duea, Gerry
Gienger, Richard Trotter. LeRoy Crawford. Second row: James Hershberger, Donald Kolsrud, Vern Ogden, James Gardner, Robert Taylor, David
Koos, Robert Lang, Norbert Hoogland, Ronald Salmonson, Gus Pappadackis, William Ahnen, Robert Hahn, Edward Gourley, Leon Tollefson.
Back row: Roger Freeman, Brandt Stum, Donald Gabrielson, Stanley Norenberg, Glen Borland, William Nielsen, Marvin Westphal, Dennis Pea-
cock, .lon Swenson, David Mace, Laurence Sabus, Gerald Thompson, Gary Muhlenhruck, Arland Waters.
Phi Sigs Stress the Golden Rule
Celebrating their twenty-fifth year on campus, the fifty-four members of the Theta Chapter of Phi
Sigma Epsilon spent a busy year with many activities. Among them were the fall smoker, a Home-
coming dinner held at the Waterloo Elks Club, the winter forinal dance held at the President Hotel
at which time a Phi Sig queen was elected, a spring banquet and the Father and Son dinner for
graduates. With the first prize money from their Homecoming float a chili supper was held with
their sisters, Phi Sigma Phi. The Phi Sigs emphasis on brotherhood is clearly shown in their chosen
motto, HDO unto others as you would have others do unto youf' The pledge period was one based on
constructive work for sponsors and for other deserving organizations. The Phi Sigs were represented
at a regional conclave held in Maryville, Missouri, where eleven different chapters met. The ideas
gained at this meeting were incorporated into this year's events. Officers for the Phi Sigs were Ronald
Salmonson, president, Gerald Thompson, vice presidentg David Mace, secretaryg and Marvin
Mikesh, treasurer. The sponsors were Dr. William Dee and Dr. Bert Woodcock.
Sig Taus Attend ational Convention
The National Sigma Tau Gamma convention held in Kansas City was attended this Winter by repre-
sentatives of the Alpha Eta Chapter of the fraternity. Attending the convention helped the Sig Taus
to carry forward their purpose of promoting lasting friendship and true brotherhood. Social activi-
ties featured by the Sig Taus included a Homecoming float sponsored jointly with their sister
sorority, Pi Theta Pi. Other activities included a Homecoming dinner for members and their dates,
coke dates, a fall and spring smoker, the annual White Rose dinner dance at which event a queen
is elected, a Christmas party, a hayride and a farewell party honoring the seniors. The furthering
of a constructive pledge period was emphasized throughout pledging. Dr. James Blanford and Mr.
Lee sponsored the Sig Taus. The forty-five members were united together supporting their officers,
James Luhrs, president, Dale Dye, vice presidentg Michael Horton, secretary, Clifford Angell,
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Robert Roach, Adolph Knobloch. Fourth raw: Roger Campbell, Keith Harter, David Camarigg. Standing: Clifford Angell, Ronald Garrison, Den-
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Adams, Robert Young, James Hazlett, Wilbur Fleming, Arden Sollien, Lawrence Campbell, Jack Weddle, Will Smith.
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Philip Lonning, Richard Chute, John Messer, Dudley Stringer. Third row.' Malcolm Brinker, Gerald Reyhons, Larry Krumm, Merlin Aller. Fourth
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Robert Tschirki, Douglas Doerzman, Jerald Torgerson, Robert Cleveland, David Coerper, Donald Larson, James Steffen, Clark McCleary, Ralph
Voith, Merle Garman, Warren Fry, DeWayne Stroud, Donald Loomis, Darrel Egemo, Thomas Jones, Donald Moody, Lee Christiansen, Gary Bush,
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TEKES Hold Red Carnation Ball
The members of the National Tau. Kappa Epsilon enjoyed many and varied activities during their
second year on campus. The ringing of the TEKE bell which helped to increase good spirit at foot-
ball games and the Homecoming dinner for alumni were two big events during the fall. Stag parties,
smokers and coke dates were also held. The annual French Underground Party held at Byrnes Park,
a pheasant supper, and Christmas caroling with the members of Tau Sigma Delta, their sister sorori-
ty, highlighted the winter months. The TEKES climaxed a very busy and enjoyable year with their
Red Carnation Ball and the crowning of the TEKE sweetheart. This event was held in the spring.
In intramural athletics, the TEKE team won first place in football. Once a month the whole fra-
ternity attended churches of Various denominations in the TC area. During the pledge period spe-
cial emphasis was placed on the goals of pledging being clearly stated and that they be of a construc-
tive nature. This yearis officers of Tau Kappa Epsilon were Glenn Jensen, president, Robert Tschir-
ki, vice president, Gary Bush, treasurer, and Gerald Torgerson, secretary. Mr. Arthur Redner and
Mr. Harlan Samson were the faculty sponsors.
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ADAMS, DONALD V.: Liscomb, Business Education.
fNlen's Union 1, 2, 3, 4, SLB 3, Vice President 3, Chris-
tian Student Center 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Student
Counselor 2. 3, Vice President 2, Head Resident of Seer-
ley-Baker -1-, FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Life Committee 4,
Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2. 3, 4, College Eye 1, 2, IFTA
4, SCRA 3. ALLEN, ANNETTE C.: Hazleton, English.
Bartlett House Council 1, Foreign Language Club 1,
Womens Chorus 1, Lawther House Council and Execu-
tive Council 2, College Chorus 2. 3, Purple Arrow 2,
Student Counselor 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, President of
Lawther Freshmen 3, IFTA 3, 4. ALLEN, J. FRED:
Ames, Upper-Elementary Education. Sigma Tau Gamma
3. 4, Football 3, 4, Ohio University, Iowa State College.
ALLER. MERLIN E.: Keota. P.E. Football 1. 2. 3: Bas-
ketball l: Track 1, 2, 3. 4, Newman Club 4: "I" Cllulm -1:
Illterfraternity Council 2, TKE 1, 2, 3, 4, Lantha Gamma
Nu 1, 2. ANDERSON, BEVERLY J.: Walker, Upper-
Elementary. Student Counselor 3, Purple Arrow 1, 2,
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, BAE 3, 4, Vice President 3, Pi
Tau Phi 2, 3, 4, President 3. ANDERSON, BRADLEY
G.: Parkersburg, Industrial Arts. IA Club 2, 3, 4, Sigma
Tau Gamma 3, 4, Luther College.
ANDERSON, PHYLLIS E.: Crawfordsville, Kindergarten-
Primary. Purple Arrow 2, Campus 4-H 1, 2, President 2,
Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Kappa
Theta Psi 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi I, 3, 4, KPBA 3, 4.
ANDREW, EARL E.: Grand River, Science. Graceland
Junior College. ARENDS, ALAN B.: Stanhope, PE and
Social Science. TKE 2, 3, I4, "I" Cluh 4, IFTA 4.
ARENDS, RICHARD R.: Hansell, Art. Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia 2, 3, 4, Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4, President 4, Concert
Band 2, 3. 4, Marching Band 2, 3, lf, University of Dubu-
que. BAETH, HAROLD L.: Moorhead, PE. Graceland
College. BAHNDORF, MARY ELLYN: Amana. Elemen-
tary. Women's Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, IF TA 1,
3, 4, Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4, Elementa K 1, Student Coun-
BAHRENFUSS, BENJAMIN K.: Cedar Falls. PE. BAI-
LEY, RICHARD L.: La Porte City, Science. University
nf Iowa. Cornell College, Wartliurg. BAKKEN, TERRY
D.: Rutland. Business Education. Pi Omega Pi 3, 4,
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Sigma Theta Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Ele-
menta K 2.
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Mu 3, 4. BARGER, MARIE D.: Osceola, Business Edu-
cation. Student Counselor 3g FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, President
3, Pi Omega Pi. 3, 4, Vice President 4, Nu Sigma Phi
1, 2, 3, 4, OLD GOLD 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 43
Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Torch and Tassel 4-g
IFTA 3, 4. BARR, DONALD D.: Cedar Falls, Business
Education. . g .
BAUMAN, BRADLEY D.: .Rock Valley, PE. f-V' Club
2. 3, 4g TKE 1,'2,'3,'4g Baseball ".'r' 15,29 3, 4,g'BaSkefba11
1, 3. 4, Wesley F0l1i'1dati0n 41, 2, 3.' BEAL,-,RAYMOND
E.: Creston, P.E, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling, 1, 2, "I"
Club 2, 3, 4. -BEAUPAIN, SHIRLEY, Hubbard,
Home Economics. Pi Tau' ,3,.i1-'Z ,wqguenls Chorus
1, Mixed Chorus QQSQEEQQQE Gamma
Delta 1, 2, 3,4-4-g :.', ,t' 4.
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Marshalltown Qllinior .v"' M.:
Mason City, English. Chi
Epsilon 3, 4-g City.,
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BIWER, MARY A.: Club 1, 2, 3,
43 Purple Arrow 2g 4, Library Stu-
dents Association 3, Beta Beta Beta
4. BOELMAN, Music. A Cap-
pella 2, 3, 4: MENC Delta Pi 3, 4,
Elmhurst Collegeg, ,,, LOU: Park-
wood, Home 3, 43 Theta
Epsilon 2, 3, 41 l'il" GOLD ll Plii
Sigma Phi 1, 'i" IT"'2"g Ellen Richard's
Club 1, 2, Baptist Fellowship
l, 2, 3, Republicans 4.
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BOYD, DANIEL S.: Cedar Falls, Art. Off Campus Men
1, 2, 3, Vice President 4. BRICKNER, JOHN R.: Teaneck,
N. J., Social Science. BRIGHI, ROBERT J.: Fort Dodge,
Speech Correction. Alpha Phi Gamma 2, Sigma Alpha Eta
1, 2, 3, 4, TKE 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, lnterfraternity
Council 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tau Chi Eta 1, 2,
President 2, College Eye 3, OLD GOLD 2, Sports Editor
2, Student Counselor 2, Cheerleader 1, 2.
BRINGOLF, JOHN: Mason City, Library Science and
Science. BRINKLEY, BRENDA L.: Cedar Rapids, Junior
High Education. Delta Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, Social -Life Com-
mittee 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, Pep Council 3, BRINKLEY,
RONALD E.: Des Moines, P.E. Men's Union 3, Vice Presi-
dent 3, "I" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, TKE 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2.
BRUNNER, JAMES E.: Boone, Mathematics. Pep Council
4, OLD GOLD 3, 4, KYTC 3, 4, R and G Club 2, 3, 4,
Head Resident 4, Seerley House Council 3, Wisconsin Club
3, 4, Seerley Yacht Club 3, Boone Junior College, Iowa State
College. BRUNSVOLD, LAURETTA P.: Kensett, Music.
Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, Marching Band
1, 2, 3, Women's Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, MENC
2, 3, 4, IFTA 2, 4, Chapel Choir 3, 4. BUCK, FORREST
T.: Cedar Falls, Business Education and Social Science. Pi
Gamma Mu 4, LSA 4, Debate 1.
BUCKELS, JANICE J.: Jewell, Kindergarten-Primary. K-P
Club 2, KPBA 3, 4, IFTA 3, 4-. BUERKENS, BRUCE Q.:
Pella, Junior High Education. A Cappella Choir 3, Central
College. BUNN, GEORGE W.: Warterloo, Industrial Arts
and Mathematics. Epsilon Pi Tau 2, 3, Vice President 3,
Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3.
BURLAND, THOMAS R.: Perry, Social Science. Interna-
tional Relations Glub 4, Grinnell College, National Univer-
sity of Mexico. BUSH, GARY: Colesburg, P.E. TKE 1,
2, 3, 4, Seerley House Council 1, Social Life Committee 3,
"I" Club 2, 3, 4, Men's Union 3, AMRH 4, Vice Presi-
dent 4. BUSS, BEVERLY A.: Aredale, P.E. PE Club 1,
2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, Tau Sigma Delta 1, Orchesis 2, 3, 4.
BUTTERFIELDQ DEAN L.: Independence, Business Educa-
tion. IBEA lg UBEA 1. CAREY, JEAN T.: Northwood,
Business Education. UBEA 4, Grinnell College: Oklahoma
A8zM. CARLSON, FRANKLIN D.: Gowrie, Social Science.
Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Sunset Village
Council 4: IFTA 4: Fort Dodge Junior College.
CARLSON, ROGER E.: Keokuk, Social Science. Keokuk
Community College. CARNEY, PAUL H.: Cedar Rapids,
P.E. CAROTHERS. M. JO ANNE: Charles City, Kinder-
garten-Primary. Elementa Ki lg Kappa Phi l: IFTA 3. 4:
KPBA 3, 45 Tau Sigma Delta 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Counselor 3.
CHANEY, FLORENCE: Lake Geneva, Wis., Kindergarten-
Primary. OLD GOLD 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 4: College
Eye 3, 45 IFTA 2, 3, 4: ICEC 3, 43 Alpha Phi Gamma
3, 4: KPBA 4: Wisconsin Club 3, 4, President 3. CHODY,
OMA R.: Kalona, Mathematics. Foreign Language Club 1:
Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 43 Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Math'Club
3, 45 Board of Control of Student Publications 3, 4: IFTA
4. CHUTE, RICHARD G.: Mason City, Social Science.
TKE 3, 4: Board of Control, Baker House Council 3,
Men's Union 3g Hempstead House 4, President 4, Newman
Club 2, 3, 4: Mason City Junior College.
CIAS, GERALD W.: Wauwatosa, Wis., Social Science.
CollegefEye 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 1, Executive Editor
2: -,GOLD 1:, Track 1, 2: Newman Club 1, 2: Sigma
Tau Gamma .,2, 3, 45 Jeffersonian Club 2, 33 Alpha Phi
Gamma 2,glSocial Life Committee 45 KYTC 3, 4: Wisconsin
State..13g?3:,,CLAPP, NEIL G.: Charles City, Upper-Elementary.
,-'- B T.: Iowa Falls, Business Education. BEA
45 :Junior College. Q .
CLAYPOOL, RICHARD 11134: Cedar Falls, Industrial Arts.
CLEVELAND, ROBERT':.f'Cedar Falls, Business Education.
CLINE, BETTY Castalia, Kindergarten-Primary.
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COERPER, DAVID L.: Wauwatosa, Wis., Social Science
and Earth Science. Seerley House Council 1, 2, 3: Track
1, 2: OLD GOLD 1, 2, 3, 4: College Eye 3: KYTC 2, 3, 4:
TKE l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Council 4: Christian Science Club
3, 4: Sigma Theta Epsilon 3: Wisconsin Club 3, 4, Vice
President 3: Seerley Yacht Club 3. COONEY. DARRELL
L.: Muscatine, Social Science. Muscatine Junior College.
CROSLEY, DIXIE L.: Eldora, Kindergarten-Primary.
Kappa Theta Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2: Marching
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Senior Counselor 3:
Bartlett House Council 3: KPBA Club 4: Intersorority
CULBERT, MARY R.: Marion, Social Science. Pi Theta
Pi 1, 2, 3, 4: IFTA 4: AWS 2, 3: Student Counselor 3:
Bartlett House Council 1: Lawther House Council 2.
DAGGETT, DUANE D.: Waterloo, Speech. College
Players 1, 2, 3: Debate 4: KYTC 4: TKE. 4: Lambda
Gamma Nu 3. DAMAN, RUTH A.: Des Moines, P.E.
WBA 2, 3, 4: PE Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Counselor-
3: SLB 3: Pep Council 3: Beta Beta Betaf3, 4.
DANIELS, JOHN B.: Lehigh, Science. DAVENPORT,
GEORGIANNA: Tama, Upper-Elementary. IFTA 3, 4:
Beta Alpha Epsilon 3, 4: Bacane College: Colorado Col-
lege: University of Chicago. DAVIS, CAROL E.: Cedar
Falls, Business Education. FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, State Presi-
dent 1: Pi Phi Omega 2, 3, 4: AWS 3: IFTA 4.
DAVIS, LEE J.: Waterloo, Business Education. DEBOER,
VIOLA M.: Granville, Business Education. Gamma Delta
1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1: College Eye 2: Speech Activities
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 2, 3, 4: IFTA 4: OLD GOLD 4.
DECKER, DANIEL W.: Marshalltown, Elementary.
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 3, 4-, President 3: Alpha
Phi Omega 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Grimes House 4,
President 4: Baptist Student Center 3, 4: AMRH Senate
4: KYTC 3, 4: Young Republicans 4: IFTA 4: Iowa
DICKINSON, DORIS C.: Cedar Falls, English. Sigma
Alpha Iota 4: Marlins 4: Orchesis 4: Chapel Choir 4:
Iowa State College. DIEHN, CHARLOTTE A.: Ottumwa,
Music. Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4: MENC 2, 3, 4: West-
minster Foundation l, 2, 3, 4: Phi Chi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4:
Phi Sigma Phi 2: Symphony Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Col-
lege Chorus 2: SCRA 3, Vice President 3: AWS 3: IFTA
4. DIEKEN, LE ANN M.: Grundy Center, Music. Band
1, 2, 3, 4: Chamber Band 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Chorus
1, 2: Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4: Westminster Fellowship
l, 2, 3, 4: MENC l, 2, 3, 4: IFTA 4.
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2, 3, 4, LSA 2, 3,"4lg Vyr' 'iMu 3, 4, lnterfra-
ternity Council 3, Vicelfresident 3, SLB 4, Student-
Faculty Relations, 4,-- Committee 4-g Young Republicans 3,
45 Debate Team 33 Luther College. DIKKERS, JAY F.:
Lamont, Speech,-Alpha Cl1i,Epsilon 3, 4, College Players
2, 3, 4, Theta Phi 45 Bethel College. DOERZ-
MAN, DoUGLAS',5,,135,g,j,,3s1airsg0wq,,Junior High. SLB 1,
4-, President 4, '.io 'i:.- ouncil 1, 3, President
lg Gamma Delta 1, 2, TKE 1, 2,
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GABRIELSON, DONALD L.: Des Moines, P. E. Phi Sigma
Epsilon 4: "IH Club 3, 4. GANNON, DONALD L.: Colfax,
Science. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2,'3, 4.
GANNON, MARY E.: Delmar, Business Education. IFTA
3, 4: FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Colorado
GIBSON, RALPH K.: Mediapolis, Industrial Arts. "I" Club
3, 4: Burlington Junior College. GIEBELSTREIN, MARVIN
L.: Ames, Industrial Arts. Track 2, 3, 4: Iowa State College.
GILBERT, RONALD E.: Cheyenne, Wyoming, Junior High
and Science. University of Wyoming.
GILPIN, LARRY L.: Fort Dodge, P. E. Football 3, 4: Simp-
son College. GOLDAPP, JEAN: McClelland, Elementary.
Theta Gamma Nu 3, 4: Counselor 3, 4: Barlett 4, President
4: Beta Alpha Epsilon 3, 4: LSA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2:
OLD GOLD 4: SLB 4: AWS 4: SCRA 3, 4. GORDON,
SUZANNE: Newton, English. Purple Arrow 1, 2: Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4: Chimes 3: Torch and Tassel 4, President 4: OLD
GOLD 1, 2: Department Education 2: College Eye 2: Alpha
Phi Gamma 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Plymouth Club
3, 4: Jeffersonians 4: SLB 2, 3: AWS 4: Lawther House
Council 2: Senior Counselor 3: Phi Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4:
Speech Activities Club 2, 3, 4: IFTA 3, 4.
GRADY, MARLIN L.: Muscatine, Social Science. Muscatine
Junior College. GRASKEWICZ, SALLY A.: Decatur, Illinois,
Kindergarten-Primary. AWS 3, 4, President 4: Senior Coun-
selor 3, President 3: Orchesis I, 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4:
IFTA 3, 4: Delta Delta Phi 2, 3, 4: Bartlett House Council I:
Lawther House Council 2: Chimes 3, Vice President 3:
Torch and Tassel 4: Purple Arrow I, 2: KPBA 4: Plymouth
Club 3, 4: SLB 4: Social Life Committee 3. GREEN,
DOLORES: Rm-mlmramlt. P.l-1 PE Club 3. 4. Vim' President
3: Graceland Junior Collegv.
GREENWOOD, CHARLES S.: Cedar Falls, Business Educa-
tion. Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4: "I" Club 2, 3, 4: Track
2, 3, 4. GRIFFIN, RICHARD L.: Stuart, Industrial Arts.
Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3. GRINER, E. DARLENE: Cedar
Falls, Kindergarten-Primary. College Chorus 2: Campus 4-H
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CUENTHER, WILLIAM R.: Vinton, Mathematics. Kappa
Delta Pig Iowa State College3 Kenyon College. I-IAKES,
SHIRLEY V.: Cedar Falls, Kindergarten-Primary. KBLA
4: Mankato State College.
HALL. ROBERT E.: Chicago, Science. HALLER, MAR-
VIN D.: Denver, Junior High. Muscatine Junior College.
HALLMAN, MILTON A.: Iesup, Art. Art Club l, 23
Alpha Phi Omega 3, 43 College Players 1, 2, 3, 4g Kappa
Pi 3, 4, Vice President 4g KYTC 2, 3, 43 OLD GOLD
3, 4, Acting Editor 43 University of Iowa.
HANSEN, DONALD J.: Council Bluffs, Social Science.
Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3, 43 Alpha Phi Omega 13 LSA
1. HANSEN, PATRICIA L.: Lu Verne, Music. MENC
43 IFTA 43 Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3g Chapel Choir 2, 3, 43
A Cappella Choir 3, 43 College Chorus 2, Wornen's Chorus
1. HANSEN, SUSAN A.: Pewaukee, Wis., Mathematics.
Student Counselor 33 Phi Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, President 33
Math Club 13 Kappa Phi 2g WRA 43 Wisconsin Club
3, 4, President 4.
HAN US, DOROTHY B.: Traer, Business Education. New-
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4g FBLA3, 4.
HARAI, STANLEY F.: Kealakekua, Hawaii, English.
Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 23 ,leffersonians 13 IFTA 1.
HARNED, JACQUELINE L.: Cedar Falls, P.E. Women's
Off Campus Board 23 PE Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 1.
HARRIS, .IOY A.: Grinnell, Home Economics. College
Players 1, 2, 3, 43 Women's Chorus 23 Mixed Chorus 33
Theta Alpha Phi 43 Plymouth Club 2, 3. 4. HART,
DONALD E.: Clinton, Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts
Club 3, 4, Vice President 43 Kappa Delta Pi 3. 43 Football
43 Track 3: TKE 3, 43 Clinton Junior College. HAUSEN-
STEIN, MARY E.: Tracy, Mathematics. William Penn
and University of Arizona.
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Delta Delta Phi' 1, 2, 3, Ellen Richards
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Theta l'-' Thet5355iEpsilon 3, 4-g Social Life
Committee 2. HAYES, AUDREY J.: Cedar Falls, Eng-
lish and Speecl1.,Theta Alpha' Phi 3, 4, President 4g
College Playersfwl, 2, 3, 4, President 3, IFTA 45 Newman
Club 1, 2, 3, HAZAMA, CHARLES K.: Kahului,
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JAMES C.: Clinton, P.E. HOLMES, ARDIS M.: Montour,
Kindergarten-Primary. K-P Club 1, 2, Kappa Phi 1, 2,
IFTA 1, 2, University of Colorado.
HOLMES, DONALD K.: Cedar Falls, Junior High. HORN,
DOROTHY l.: Fort Dodge, English. Gamma Delta 1, 2,
3, 4, Purple Arrow 1, 2, Foreign Language Club 1, College
Eye 2, 4, OLD GOLD 3, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, Jeffersonian Club 3, 4, Campbell Hall Social
Regulations 4. HORN, SALLY E.: Fort Dodge, Mathema-
tics, College Eye 1, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 2, 4, Purple
Arrow 1, 2, Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Torch and Tassel 4,
Student Counselor 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Math Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma
2, 3, 4, President 3, Board of Control of Student Broad-
casting Association 3, 4, OLD GOLD 3, 4, Editor 4, KYTC
4, IFTA 4.
HOSKINS, M. SUSAN.: Richland, Home Economics. Kappa
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, IFTA 3, 4,
Ellen H. Richards 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Theta Theta Epsi-
lon 3, 4, Women's Chorus 1, 2, College Chorus 3, 4,
Marching Band 2, Campus 4-H 2, Senior Counselor 3.
HOVELSON, JACK V.: Waterloo, Social Science. Sigma
Tau Gamma 2, Alpha Phi Gamma 2, College Eye 3.
HUDEPOHL, ANNETTE R.: Oxford, Home Economics.
Ellen H. Richards Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4.
HUMPHREY, FREDERICK J.: Wadena, Business Educa-
tion. Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, College Eye 3, Business Manager
3, FBLA 4. HURT. BEVERLY F.: Davenport, Library
Science. Bartlett Hall House Council 1, Vice President 1,
Plymouth Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3,
Lawther Hall Executive Council 2, Senior Counselor 3,
Campbell Cabinet 4, AWS 1, 2, 3, Sigma Eta Chi 1, 2, 3,
4, SLB 2, 3, 4, Alpha Beta Alpha 3, 4, IFTA 2, 3 ,4,
Purple Arrow 1, 2. HUSS, GERALD L.: Royal, Science.
A Cappella 3, 4, Alpha Chi Epsilon 3, 4, Newman Club 3,
4, President 4, St. John's University.
HUTZELL, CAROL J.: Algona, Art and Kindergarten-
Primary. College Chorus 2, 3, KYTC 3, 4. HUTZELL,
FLOYD Jz. Algona, Industrial Arts. KYTC 3, 4, College
Chorus 2. INAMASU, HELEN S.: Kahului, Maui, Hawaii,
Upper-Elementary. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, BAE 2, 3, 4,
University of Hawaii.
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JACKSON, COLLEEN T.: State Center, Business Education.
Bartlett House Council 1: Senior Counselor 3: Theta Gamma
Nu 1, 2, 3, 4: OLD GOLD 2, 3: FBLA4: IFTA 4. JAMES,
WENDELL E.: Boone, Junior High. TKE 2, 3, 4: Baker
House Council 3, 4: lnterfraternity Council 3, 4. JANS-
SEN, JERRY: Mason City, Science. Newbold 4, President
4: Marching Band 3: Mason City Junior College.
JENSEN, DENNIS P.: Sioux City, Social Science. Men's
Union 3, 4-: SLB 3: Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4: Counselor
2, 3: Pi Gamma Mu 4. JENSEN, GLENN B.: Elk Horn,
P.E. and Mathematics. TKE 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4.
JOHNSON, BETTY L.: Crawfordsville, Kindergarten- Prim-
ary. Delta Delta Phi 2, 3, 4-: University of Iowa.
JOHNSON, DONALD R.: Chicago, Science. Alpha Chi
Epsilon 3, 4: Wilson Junior College. JOHNSON, PATTY
HAKE.: Cedar Falls, Science. Bartlett House Council 1:
Theta Gamma Nu 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3: Kappa Pi 1, 2:
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3,,4: Purple
Arrow 1, 2: AWS 2, 3: Off Campus Counselor 2, 3: SLB
3: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, President 3:
Chimes 3: Torch and Tassel 4, Vice President 4: Off
Campus President 3. JONES, DREXEL-E.: Pine Rivers.
JONES, JOHNNY K.: Cedar Falls, Music. MENC: A Cap-
pella Choir 1: Baker Hall House Council: Band 2, 3: Alpha
Chi Epsilon: Speech- Activities Club 2: Forensics Debate 1,
2: Kappa' Delta Pi: Jeffersonians Club, Wesley Foundation.
JONTZQQQDENZE R.: Rockwell, Science. Mason City Junior
CollegeQjAJORANKO, MERLE W.: Waterloo, Social Science.
Pi Gamma. Mu. .L . , A
JUHLER, ARNOLD P.-:' Waterloo, Business Education.
Alpha Chi Epsilon 2,,A3,'4g. KAINZ, IOLA M.: Elkader,
Mathematics. Newmagl 1,,'C 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Club 1, 2, 3,
4: Jeffersonians RUTH L: Cedar Falls, Art.
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KERSTEN. RICHARD L.: Dysart, Social Science. De-
bate 43 Young Republicans 43 University of Iowa.
KIMREY, DONNA R.: Woodward, Home Economics.
Kappa Phi 1, 2. 3, 43 Ellen H. Richards 1, 2, 3, 43
Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President
43 Campus 4-H l, 23 Theta Theta Epsilon 3, 4.
KLEIN, PHYLLIS W.: Burlington, P.E. Kappa Theta
Psi l. 2, 3, 4, President 3g Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 43
Inter-Sorority Council 3g College Chorus 33 MENC 1,
2, 3, 4g College Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 WRA 43 Wesley
Foundation 1, 2, 3. KOCH, FRANKLIN W.: Tripoli,
Music. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia l, 2, 3, 4. KOHLS,
JOANNE R.: Strawberry Point, Music. Kappa Theta
Psi 1, 2, 3, 43 Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 43 A Cappella
Choir 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 23 Women's Chorus 13 IFTA
3, 43 MENC 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Wesley Foundation
1. 2. 3, 4.
KOLSRUD, DONALD H.: Kewanee, Ill., Business Educa-
tion. "I" Club 1, 2, 3, 43 IFTA 2, 3, 43 Phi Sigma Epsilon
1, 2, 3, 43 Baker House Council 3, 4. KOOLBECK,
RICHARD R.: Gamer, P.E. and Mathematics. "I" Club
4. KRIENS, RICHARD D.: Belmond, Mathematics.
Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 33 Kappa Mu Epsi-
lon 3, 4, '
KRIINIM, LARRY D.: Grinnell, Business Education.
Stadium House Council 1, 2, 3g Student Counselor 2, 33
TKE 1, 2, 3, 4, President 33 SLB 33 FBLA 43 Social
Life Committee 2, 3. KRUSE, LEON E.: Tipton, In-
dustrial Arts. lndustrial Arts Club 2, 43 Iowa State
College. KUCH, LEE E.: Van Home, P.E. "I" Club
43 Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 43 House Council 3.
KUHN. MARGARET M.. Calmer, Home Economics and
Business Education. Ellen H. Hichards Club 3, 43 Mt.
Mercy Junior College. KUNKLE, PAUL H.: Charles
City. Business Education. BEA 4. LAIPPLE, GEORGE
R.: Faulkner, Business Education. Alpha Chi Epsilon
2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, 43 ABEA 4g IFTA 43 NEA 4.
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19 Mixed Chorus 2g Cabinet 3. LAMB,
SHIRLEY: Marshalltown,Eleriientary. Beta Alpha Epsilon
3, 4g IFTA 3, 445 lMai'shalltoWn Junior College. LANG,
ROBERT P.: Chicago, P.E. Football lg Track 2, 3, 4,
Phi Sigma Eipsilon 1, 2, 33, 4, Westminster Fellowship
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Nu 2, 3, 4, Ellen .Richard-3, 4.3 LARSON, KBGER F.:
Forest City, Business Educagionafwaldorf College.
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tion. Omega Pi,3, Lisbon,
Home.jt'iEconom1cs. - Bartlett '- House
Council' 23 .Ellen '-:', Theta
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Rockwell City, Music.
Choir 3, 43 College
4, Band 1, 2.
McCREATH, DOROTHY: Hamilton, Illinois, Business Edu-
cation. IFTA 2, 3, 4, Women's Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4, Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Chi Delta 2,
3, 4, Vice President 4, Campbell Cabinet 4. MENTZER,
JAMES R.: Cedar Rapids, Industrial Arts, TKE 3, 4,
Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Coe College. MESSERLY,
ROGER R.: Buckingham, Art. Iowa State College.
MEYER, BONNIE: Reinbeck, Kindergarten-Primary. Art
Club 1, 2, Westminster Foundation I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2,
Iowa State College. MIDDLETON, LORETTA L.: Betten-
dorf, English and Drama. Nu Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Purple
Arrow l, 2, Chimes 3, Torch and Tassel 4, Alpha Phi
Gamma 2, 3, 4, President 4, College Players l, 2, 3, 4,
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, OLD GOLD 1, 2, 3, 4, Copy Editor 2,
and Associate Editor 3, College Eye l, 2, Foreign Language
Club 1, AWS 3, Student Counselor 3, KYTC 3, SLB 3,
4, IFTA 1, 2, 3, 4. MIDLAND, DALE L.: Eagle Grove,
English. Kappa Delta Pi 3, Speech Activities Club 3,
Eagle Grove Junior College.
MILLER, REGINA A.: Marner, Business Education. Delta
Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, FBLA I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3,
4, IFTA 3, 4, Orchesis 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Life 4. MITCHELL,
JOSEPHINE S.: Reinbeck, Junior High. Cornell College.
MITCHELL, MILDRED C.: Buckingham, Upper Elementary.
Kappa Delta Pi 2.
MITTS, JON W.: Lake Park, P.E. and Mathematics. Sunset
Village Council 3. MOEHN, MARJORIE J.: Danville,
Kindergarten-Primary. IFTA 1, 2, 4, KYTC 4, KPBA 4,
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Senior Counselor 4, Campbell Cabinet
4, Burlington Junior College. MOELLER, MARILYN I.:
Palmer, Business Education. Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, FBLA 2,
3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Iowa State College.
MOON, JERROLD B.: Davenport, Social Science. MOONEY,
JAMES A.: Waverly, Social Science. MOSER, ROGER C.:
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Primary. Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, K-P Club 2: KPBA
3, 4. Vice President 4g Nu Sigma Phi I, 2. 3. 43 IFTA
43 Kappa Delta Pi 3. 43 Student Counselor 3g Lawther
House Council 2: Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 41 OLD COLD
I. 2: Chimes 3g Purple Arrow 1, 2. MIQLLINS, DARL
V.: Chariton, Business Education. Central College. NAI..-
LY. THOMAS V.: Scranton, Junior High,
NELSON, GLORIA D.: Newell, Kindergarten-Primary.
Purple Arrow 2g Kappa Delta Pi 3, 43 Theta Epsilon 45
KPBA 4-g Bethel College. NERO, JOHN R.: Cedar Falls,
Social Science. NEVENHOVEN, MERLE J.: Aplington,
Social Science. Ellsworth Junior College.
NICHOLS, KENNETH M.: Cedar Falls, P.E. Phi Sigma
Epsilon 2, 3, 4, "I" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4.
NICKLAUS, DELBERT: Parkersburg, P.E. HI" Club
2. 3, 4, 2, 3, 43 Central College. NIELSEN,
WILLIAM P.: Paullina, P.E. Football 1, 2g Track 1, 2,
3. 4, HI" Club 3, 43 Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4.
NIEDERT, RICHARD H.: Cedar Falls, Science. NIS-
SEN, GEORGE: Oelwein, Science. ANISSEN, RAY L.:
Oelwein, Industrial Arts. "I" Club 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4g Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
NOBLE, CLRTIS C.: Riceville. Musie. College Choir
I, 23 A Cappella 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 4: Plymouth Club
l, 23 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 2, 3, 41 Chapel Choir 3. 4g
Played Companile 3. NOLAN, PATRICK V.: Emmets-
IJUUL. P,E. Emmetsburg Junior College. NORENBERG,
STANLEY L.: Keota, P.E. Phi Sigma Epsilon 2. 3, 4,
"I" Club 2. 3. 4: Parsons College.
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Hillsdale College. OCDEN, VERNE B.:
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PETER, MARIAN M.: Lime Springs, Home Economics.
Pi Tau Phi l, 2, 3, 43 Ellen Richards Club 3, 43 Beta
Beta Beta 3, 43 Purple Arrow 23 Marlins 33 Student
Counselor 33 IFTA 4. PETERS, ROBERT J.: Ames,
Social Science. United Student Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, State
President 33 Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 43 Inter-Varsity Chris-
tian Fellowship 3. 43 IFTA 2, 3. 4: Iowa State College.
PHILLIPS. RICHARD A.: Cedar Falls, Elementary and
Speech Correction. Kappa Delta Pi 23 Sigma Alpha Eta 1.
PIERCE, ALICE PATRICIA: Cedar Falls. Home Econom-
ics. Delta Delta Phi I, 2, 3, 4g Ellen H. Richards Club I,
2, 3. 4: Kappa Phi I. 2, 3. POLANSKY, RICHARD: Cedar
Rapids, Business Education. Alpha Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 43
Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice President 33 SCRA
3. POLKA, DWAYNE G.: Tama, Industrial Arts.. Stone
House 4, President 43 Football I, 2.
POWELL, BEVERLY A.: Harcourt, Kindergarten-Primary.
Newman Club I, 2, 3, 43 ,Ieffersonian Club 33 KPBA 3,
43 K-P Club I, 23 IFTA 3, 43 Campus 4-H I, 2. POWERS,
MARJORIE A.: Duncombe, Library Science. OLD GOLD
43 Kappa Theta Psi 3, 43 Library Students Association 3,
43 Newman Club 3, 43 Webster City Junior College. PRIC-
HARD, PAUL N.: Fontanelle, P.E. Alpha Chi Epsilon 1,
2. 3, 43 Sigma Theta Epsilon I, 2, 3. 4, Vice President 3g
Baker Hall House Council 33 Wesley Foundation I, 2. 3, 4.
PRIEST, BARBARA J.: Cedar Falls, Music. Tau Sigma
Delta I, 2, 3, 4g Sigma Alpha Iota 2. 3, 43 Torch and
Tassel 43 Purple Arrow 1, 23 A Cappella I, 2, 3, 43
MENC 23 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 43 Student Counselor 2, 3g
Opera I, 2, 3, 4. PUHRMANN, LOIS M.: Paullina, Library
Science. Gamma Delta I. 2, 3, 4g Women's Chorus lg Li-
brary Students Association 3, 43 Alpha Beta Alpha I, 2, 3,
4, President 43 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 43 Pi Phi Omega 2, 3,
4, President 33 IFTA 3, 43 Counselor 33 Purple Arrow
I, 2. QUACKENBUSCH, VELMA: Vinton. P.E. PE Club
I, 2, 3, 43 Phi Chi Delta I, 23 Bartlett House Council I3
Lawther House Council 2.
RAMMELSBERG, FLOY J.: Vinton, P.E. PE Club I, 23
Sigma Theta 23 IFTA 3, 43 Valparaiso University. RICH-
ARDSON, DARREL L.: Des Moines, P.E. "I" Club 3, 43
Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 43 Drake University. RIGCLE,
RICHARD R.: La Porte City, Art, Alpha Phi Omega I, 2,
3, 4, President 33 Westminster Foundation I, 2, 3, 43 Stu-
dent Counselor 3.
ROBERTS, LYLE E.: Dexter, Business Education. TKE
1, 2, 3, 4: FBLA l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERTS, M. JOANNE. Cedar
Falls, Kindergarten-Primary. KPBA 3, 4: K-P Club 1, 2:
Boone ,lunior College. ROBINSON, FRANK B.: Des Moines.
Social Studie-s and P.E. "I" Club 2. 3. 4. Presiale-nt 41
Kappa 515,113 P-ig Track 2, 3. 4, lhiwr-ily of Iowa.
ROLLINSON, CURTIS A.: Cedar Falls, Junior High, Mis-
sissippi Southern. ROLSTON, H. ELAINE: Adel, Business
Education. Pi Theta Pi 1. 2, 3, 4: FBLA 1, 4: IFTA 4:
Couns--lor 3. ROOSA, DEAN XI.: Lehigh. Science, l-Sort
Dodge junior College.
ROSKAMP, RUTH: Cedar Falls, Business Education. FBLA
1, 2, 3, 43 Delta Delta Phi 2, 3, 4. RUEHLE, EUGENE C.:
Ruthven, Mathematics and Industrial Arts. TKE 3, 4:
Seerley Yacht Club, Wisconsin Club 4: Waldorf Junior
College. RUNYAN, EVA L.: Woodbine, Junior High. Christ-
ian Student Center 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech Activities Club 3:
Math Club 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4.
RUSSELL, ROSEMARY H.: Corning, Home Economics.
Ellen H., Richards 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4:
Pi Phi.Omega'3, 45 Tau Chi Eta 2: Campus 4-H 1, 2g
Young Republicans 3, 143 Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4.
RUST, .PATRICIA N.: Davenport, Kindergarten-Primary.
KPBA "',, 3 , ,.,, 45 Campbell Cabinet 3, 43 Iowa State College.
WILLIAM: Bancroft, Industrial Arts. New-
man j2,:3, 4, President 35 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2,
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College Chorus 2: Chapel Choir 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4g
Kappa Theta Psi 2, 3: Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4: Fort Dodge Junior
College. SAILOR, WILLIAM D.: Lisbon, P.E. Buena Vista
College. SALMONSONQTQRONALD W.: Kiron, P.E. Phi Sigma
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Seerley Hall 3, Vice President
3: Men's Union 3,gQQ,'f:3Pfesident 4-3 Carpenter House President
4: Counselor 2, f'I375?Club 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
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SANDERS, SHARON L.: Oaklawn, English. IFTA 3,
4: Chimes 3: Torch and Tassel 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4:
Womens Chorus 1: College Chorus 2: Phi Sigma Phi
1. 2, 3, 4: Off Campus Wo1i1en's Housing 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 4: Westminster Fellowshipfl, 2: Kappa Delta
Pi 4: College Players 4: College Eye 2, 3, 4: OLD COLD
2: Purple Arrow 1. 2: Student Counselor 2, 3: Film Club
1. 2. SCHAUDT. GERALD: Slater, P.E. Grandview Junior
College. SCHLAMAN, FRIEDA M.: Hampton, Art. Art
Club l: College Chorus 3: SCRA 2. 3: Lawther House
Council 2: Baptist Student Center 1, 2, 3, 4: Purple
Arrow 1. 2.
SCHOMBURG, WAYNE C.: Latimer, Mathematics. Cam-
ma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4: Lambda Delta Lambda 2, 3, President 3.
SCHREPFER, RAY S.: Fort Madison, Junior High. TKE
2, 3, 4. SCHROEDER, BERNARD W.: Ruthven, In-
dustrial Arts. OLD GOLD 3, 4, Art Editor 4: College Eye
3, 4: LSA 3: Waldorf College. V
SCHULTZ, DONNA M.: Postville, P.E. Phi Chi Delta
l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2: Pi Theta Pi 2, 3, 4, President
3: Inter-Sorority 3, 4, President 4: Chimes-3: Purple
Arrow 1, 2: Torch and Tassel 4: Bartlett House Council
1: Student Counselor 3: Lawther House Council 2: P.E.
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Women's Chorus 1: A Cappella Choir 2,
3, 4: IFTA 4: Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. SCOTT,
DARRELL L.: Eldora, Music. Phi Sigma Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: MENC
3, 4: Math Club 2, 3, 4. SCOTT, JOHN A.: Cedar
Rapids, Business Education. Kappa Delta Pi 3: BEA 3:
University of Iowa.
SEEMAN, NORMAN W.: Waterloo, Business Education.
Off Campus Men's Union 3, 4, President 4: SLB 3, 4:
KYTC 3, 4. SELBY, ARLENE Liscomb, Music.
MENC 2, 3: IFTA 1, 2: College Chorus 1, 2: A Cap-
pella 3, 4: Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. SHARP, ROBERT
E.: Clarion, Industrial Arts. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4:
"I" Club 3, 4 Industrial Arts Club 3, 4: Seerley House
Council 3: IFTA 4: Wrestling 1, 2.
SHELTON, RONALD E.: Fort Dodge. Social Science.
Fort Dodge Junior College. SHEPARD, EARL R.:
Dunkerton, Social Science. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Vice
President 4: iowa State College. SHIPLEY, WILLIAM
R.: Ute, Elementary and Earth Science.
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R.: Keokuk, Soiial Sciende. Keokuk College. SMILEY,
L. 'l'RAVlS:,,,Qedal' Falls, Industrial Arts, Alpha Phi
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TORGERSON, ,IERALD M.: Northwood, Business Education.
TKE 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's Union 2, 3, Vice President 3, FBLA
2, 3, 4, Head Resident 4, Counselor 2, 3, 4. TOWNE,
PETER R.: Mason City, P.E. "I" Club 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3. 4.
TRAVIS, RAY M.: Jefferson, Art.
TULLBERG, ROLAND H.: Cedar Falls, Science. Gamma
Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. TURNQUIST, MARILYN:
Des Moines, Speech. Speech Activities 1, 2, 3, 4, President
3, Campbell Hall Cabinet 3, SLB 4, College Chorus 2, 3,
Womenis Chorus 1, Debate 1, 2, 4, Counselor 3, IFTA 1,
3, 4. VAN DEPOL, MARGARET W.: Cedar Falls, Elemen-
tary. William Penn College.
VERBRUGGE, WILLIAM E.: Humboldt, Industrial Arts,
Sigma Theta Epsilon 1, College Chorus 1, 2, 3, A Cap-
pella 4, Industrial Arts Club 4, Symphony Orchestra 3,
Christian Student Center 2, 3, 4. VONK, CARROLL E.:
Lester, Industrial Arts. Industrial Arts Club 3, Drake Uni-
versity, Augustana College. WATANABE, SHIRLEY S.:
Lihue, Kauai Hawaii, Kindergarten-Primary. OLD GOLD
3, 4, KPBA 3, 4, K-P Club 1, 2, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4,
Pi Phi Omega 3, 4, IFTA 4.
WEAVER, DEAN: Dana, P.E. WEST, LOIS G.: Cedar
Falls, Business Education. Pi Omega Pi 1, 2, FBLA 4.
WESTERGAARD, MARLENE A.: Waterloo, Upper Elemen-
tary. IFTA 4, BAE 3, 4.
WETZEL, NORMA J.: Kirkman, Music. Purple Arrow 1,
2, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4, Counselor
3, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, MENC 3, 4.
WHALEY, GEORGE B.: Monroe, Music. Phi Sigma Alpha
2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Opera 2, 3 4, A
Cappella 2, University of Dubuque. WHANNEL, SHIRLEY
M.: Traer, Public Speaking. Delta Sigma Rho 4, Pi Phi
Omega 2, 3, 4, Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4, Wesley Foundation 4,
Band 1, .leffersonians 4, College Players 1, Speech Ac-
tivities Club 2, 3, 4, IFTA 3, 4.
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Phi l. 2. 3. 4. WHITING, WILLIAM E.: Ruthven.
P.E. TKE 2. 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3. WILLIAMS. CRAIG
E.: Lime Springs. Business Education. FBLA 2: BEA
I. 2: ISEA 2.
WINTERS, DONALD L.: Fort Dodge, Music. Phi Mu
Alpha 3, Fort Dodge Junior College. WISHMAN, MEL
S.: Ruthven, P.E. WITHERS, COLBY C.: Webster City,
Junior High. IFTA 1, 25 ISEA 1, 23 Webster City
WOOD, RICHARD W.: Albia, Social Science. Kappa
Delta Pi 3, 4: Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, President 4-5 TKE
1, 2, 3, 4-g Parsons College. WRIGHT, C. THOMAS:
Ogden, Mathematics. Kappa Mu Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Alpha
Phi Omega 2, 3, 4, Iowa State College. YOSHINAGA,
FUSADO: Honomu, Hawaii, Upper Elementary. IFTA 2:
BAE 2, President 2.
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GOSLIN, HARRIET K.: Cedar Falls. Science. Beta. Beta,
Beta 1. 2g Iowa State Teachers College B.A. GARCIA.
FILICIT.-KN: Ames, Kindergarten-Primary. Maryknoll
College BA. INAMASU, HELEN S.: Kahului. Maui,
Hawaii, Upper Elementary. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4g BAE
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of lowa B.A. LOGANQQ-JACKSON L.: Waterloo. ln-
dustrial Arts. Kappa Delta Pi 4, Graduateg Epsilon Pi
Tau 4, Graduateg Iowa State Teachers College B.A.
LONNING, ROGER D.: Waukon, Elementary Adminis-
tration. Iowa State Teachers College B.A.
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Instruction and Research ,....
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International Relations Club .,.........
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Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship ....,... ........... 1 97
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Iowa Future Teachers Association ,,....
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.leffersonian Club ........ .......
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Kappa Mu Epsilon ........
Kappa Phi ........,........
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Kappa Pi Beta Alpha .......
Kappa Theta Psi ,,,,,.,,,.
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Lutheran Students Association .a.,.......f.V......
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Mother's Day ..,,..........,.....
Music Department .................-....,t........V
Music Educators National Conference .,..
Newman Club ...,... ,,,.,,.
Nu Sigma Phi .,... .......
Off-Campus Women .............,,.
OLD GOLD ,............,.,.,,.............
OLD GOLD Contest Winners ,....
OLD GOLD Dance ....,................
OLD GOLD Elections ............
OLD GOLD Pageant ..,.....
Orientation ........ ,..,....
Pep Council ...................,
Phi Chi Delta ..,....,..........,,.,
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia ......
Phi Sigma Epsilon ..............
Phi Sigma Phi ,...,.....,...,.,.....
Physical Education Club ....,,,,...
Physical Education for Men .........
Physical Education for Women .,....,,
Gamma Mu ..,,........... - ...............
Pi Omega Pi .....,.........................
Pi Phi Omega ,.....
Pi Tau Phi ........
Pi Theta Pi .,........
Plymouth Club .......
Purple Arrow ........
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Relays Queen ........,.,.cc............,
Religion-in-Life Week ......
Religious Organizations ,.c..
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Speech Activities Club .....
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Student League Board ....,,..
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Sunset Village .....,.. .c.,.,.
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Teaching Department ..,..,
The College e...,..........
The Year .,,,,,...,.,..,,.,,
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Theta Epsilon ....,.,.,......
Theta Gamma Nu ...,....
Theta Theta Epsilon ..,.,.
Torch and Tassel ,.....
Track ...........,..,....... .......
Wesley Foundation .,..............
Westminster Fellowship ...,....
Winter "1" Queen ,...............
Winter Lecture Concerts ..,.....
Winter Play .,...,.....,.........
Womenis Day .,..........................,....
Women's Chorus .................,...,.........
Women's Recreation Association ......... .......
Young Republicans .........
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Adams, Georgia, 55
Adkins. Julia. 49
Adney. Verna J.
Adrian. Robert. 44
Aldrich. John F.
Allegre. Charles F., 53. 205
Anderson. Lucile E., 55
Anderson. Wallace L., 47. 138
Arey, Amy F.. 4-4
Bailey. James L.. 33. 41, 138
Bakken. Alice. 55
Barker. Olive L.. 50
Barnes. Alfred A., 44
Barrett. Jane. 55
Barron. James. 43
Baum. Russell N., 50. 89
Baumgart. Norbert K., 35
Beard. Marshall R.. 36, 37. 41, 208
Bebb. Randall R.
Beckman. Mary Green
Bell. Mary, 52. 240
Belson. Beverly. 124
Bender. Paul F.. 38. 41. 81
Bernhard. Harold E., 39, 47, 190
Bickers. John. 40. 62, 140. 142
Birkhead, Jane. 50. 89, 216
Bishop. Clifford L., 41, 44
Blackman. Mildred R., 55
Blanford, James T., 41, 43, 256
Blanford, Mary E.. 43
Biuhm. David. 47, 132
Bock. Emil W., 50, 136
Boehlje, Esther, 44
Bontz. Emily Jean. 41, 52, 240
Brimm. Robert P., 55
Brune. Dorothy, 237
Brune. lrvin, 49. 209
Buckingham, Lena, 45
Burns. Joseph. 50
Buswell. Margaret, 44, 235
Butterworth, Mary Alice
Cable, E. J.. 53
Campbell. Clara Evelyn, 55
Campbell, Marjorie D., 42
Clark. James R., 51, 183
Clay. James, 47. 78, 217, 225
Conklin. Suzanne, 50
Cowley, John P., 47
Cram, Fred. 48
Crumley. Richard, 49, 209, 237
Curtis. Dwight K.. 55. 208
Dankleff, Richard, 47
Davis, Robert, 35, 47, 207
Dee. William L. J., 41. 54
De Hoff. Bernard C., 47, 144
Dekock, Walter. 44
Delafield. David D., 42
Delong, Beverly, 40, 204
Denny, E. C., 44
Dickenson, Arthur, 51, 178, 179
Dieterich, Mary, 41, 48
Divelbess. Margaret. 55
Doehring. Dorothy, 55
Dohrman, Henry T., 54
Dolan, Rose Marie, 55
Douglas. L. V., 43, 213
Dowell. Virgil. 53, 205
Dreier, William H.
Ehresman, lrene A.
Emmons, Ardith L.. 55
Fahrney, Ralph R., 54
Finegan, Don G., 210
Fink, Merrill F.. 36
Flowers, Richard, 47, 241
Forest, Louise Tumer, 47
Fossum. Ernest C., 47. 215
Fowler, Clayton, 41, 42
Fowler, H. Seymour, 53
Fox, Josef, 47
Fred, Bernhart, 136
French, Valient D., 39
Getchell, R. W., 53
Gibb. Glenadine. 49
Gillolev. Laura K.. 55
Gogel, Kenneth, 4-2
Goggin, Leo P., 47
Gohman, Walter J.
Grant, Martin L.. 53
Guillaume, Harry G., 42
Gullickson, Agnes, 55
Hake, H. V., 35, 84, 138, 147
Hall, Ruth E., 45
Hamilton, E. W., 49
Hampton, Nellie, 44-
Hanawalt, Mary Wheat
Hanson, Frances F., 44
Happ, William P.
Harper. Corinne D., 55
Harris, Lyman H. Jr.. 54
Hartwell, Frank C.
Haskell. Ralph, 42
Hearst. James S., 47
Helff. Bernice. 55
Henze, Arthur, 44
Herrold, Clifford, 42, 107, 210
Hill, Frank W., 50, 136
Holliday, Olive J., 45, 218
Holmberg, Marjorie B.
Holmes, George H., 40, 138
Holst, Harald B., 50, 89
Holvik, Karl M., 136, 137
Howard, Donald F., 37, 41, 66
Howe, Marvin, 50
Hult. Esther, 44
Humphrey, Katherine, 43, 213
Hutcheson, Ruth, 55
lmmerzeel, George, 55
Iverson, Marjorie, 50, 136
Jackson, Mary Ann
Jacobson. Bernard, 44
Jennings, Philip C., 33, 208
Jensen, Verner. 53
Jewell, Ross M., 47
Jones, Darrell G., 43, 213, 228
Jones, Howard V., 54, 81, 86, 212
Kacere, Joan, 42
Kasiske, Florence M., 55
Katter, Nafe E., 47
Keefe, Leonard J., 43
Kelso, Paul C., 39
Kennedy, David E., 50
Kercheval, James W., 41, 53
Knight, Kieth, 48
Knutson, Howard T., 44, 232
Koehring, Dorothy May
Koll, William, 51, 167, 170, 181
Kurahara, Ted, 42
Lacey, Richard J., 53
Lamke, Tom, 36, 41
Lang, William C., 54, 212
Langemo, Amanda, 47
Lantz, C. W., 53
La Rue, James, 46, 231
Latham, William P., 50, 136
Lattin, Richard T., 41, 55
Lawton, Charlotte, 47
Lawton, Milo, 35
Leavitt, Charles T.
Lebeda, Agnes, 43, 213
Lee, Verlin W., 53
Looby, Arthur, 44
Lott, Fred W. Jr., 49, 209, 237
Lynch, Herbert Lewis
Lyon, Howard, 53
Lyons, Edwards, 51, 187
Mantor, Edna, 55
Margulies, Herbert F., 54
Maricle, William D.
Martin, Raymond. 55
Martindale, Frank E., 44
Matala, Dorothy Miller, 53
Matala, Raymond E., 46, 138
Matheson, Charles, 211
Mauck, R. Jane, 50, 132
Maucker, J. William, 30, 31, 41, 60,
66, 77, 80 81, 86, 208
Maurer, Edwin J., 47, 233
Maxwell. Jvonne L., 50
Mazula, Peter M., 55
McBrair, Marion, 38, 107, 116. 219
McBride, Eleanor, 55
McCollum, Clifford G., 53
McCusker, Lauretta G., 48
McDavitt, Elaine E., 47, 217
Mclntire, Robert, 111, 112, 122
Mendenhall, L. L., 51
Merritt, Eleonor, 247
Middleton, Caryl A., 55, 197
Miller, Edna O., 47
Mohn, Mardelle L., 55, 186
Moon, Alfred C.
Moon, Dorothy L., 52, 240
Mork, Vernon N.
Morley, Harry T., 111, 112, 119, 244
Mullins, Evelyn J., 48
Nelsen, Nova, 55
Nelson, Herman, 53
Nelson, Martin J., 32, 81
Nielsen, Ross A., 55
Noonan, Eileen F., 48
Page, John, 42, 222
Palmer, Harold G., 46
Parisho, John R.
Patten, George, 53
Paulson, Robert L.
Pendergraft, Daryl, 34, 128, 208
Phillips, Cecil K.
Plaehn, Erma B., 41, 107
Plummer, John, 46
Poage, George R., 54
Poppy, Willard J., 53, 136
Posson, Shirley, 52, 240, 242
Potter, Albert A., 55
Potter, Jeanette, 52, 240
Przychodzin, Joe, 55
Ramsay, Virginia, 52, 240
Redner, Arthur, 50, 107, 136, 200,
Reed, Howard O., 46, 231
Renaud, Ruth, 116, 128
Reninger, H. W., 47
Rhum, Gordon J., 44
Riebe, H. A.
Robinson, George C., 54
Rod, Donald O., 37, 48
Roenigk, William, 43
Rogers, Robert A., 53
Roth, Betts Ann, 44, 214
Ruman, Edward L., 55
Russell, Myron, 50, 80, 86, 136
Sage, Leland L., 54
Samson. Harland E., 43
Sanders, Dean, 50
Sauer, Pauline, 53
Schaefer, Josef, 47
Schilder, Louis O.
Schlemmer, Marilyn, 55
Schlicher, Raymond, 34
Schmitt, Mary Margaret, 55
Schneider, Melvin F., 55
Schneider, Naomi, 55
Schraemeyer, Constance, 222
Schurrer, Augusta L., 49, 107, 196,
Shantz, Hermione, 126
Shefte, Lois E., 55
Shirley, Gerald, 42
Shores, Edna Anderson, 45, 218
Short, Thelma, 52
Silvey, Herbert M., 36
Silvey, Ina Mae Mrs., 49
Silvey, Wray, 232
Skittery, Josephine, 52
Smith, Ernestine L., 53
Smith, Francis E., 47
Smith, M. B., 47
Smith, Paul Roland, 42
Sparrow, Julia, 44
Stageberg, Norman C., 47
Stiglgeck, Clyde L., 51, 153, 155,
Steininger, Earl W.
Stokstad, Lloyd J.
Stone, Myrtle M., 55
Struble, Marguirette May
Stuart, John, 47
Sutherland, Elisabeth, 45, 218
Swatts, Robert, 55
Talbott, Nathan M., 54-
Taylor, Loren F., 47
Thompson, Howard J., 54, 207
Thompson, M. R., 54
Thompson, Oscar E., 44, 208, 223
Thompson, Thomas H., 47
Thorne, Edward J., 47, 241
Trimble, Harold, 49, 209, 231
Tulasiewicz, Jan Bruno, 54-
Turner, Eulalie, 55
Vander Beek, Howard, 55
Van Deusen, Jayne, 124
Van Engen, Henry, 49, 237
Van Ness, Grace
Voelker, Gertrude, 48
Wagner, Guy W.
Wagner, Lillian R., 47, 207, 241
Wagner, Willis H., 46
Walter, Mildred M.
Wendelberg, Norma, 50
Whisner, David, 50, 136
Whitford, Lawrence W., 51, 173
Wikstrom, Thomas, 136
Wilcox, M. J., 44
Williams, J. David, 47, 215
Wilmarth, Alta L.
Wilson, Leland L., 53
Wine, George, 40
Wineke, Dorothy E., 55
Winier, Leonard, 53
Winsberg, Shirley, 52, 24-0
Witham, James, 51, 162
Wohl, Edward L.
Wood, Stanley G., 47,'61, 69, 77,
Woodcock, Bertram L., 44
Worley, George, 53
Wright, Lawrence S., 46
Yager, Barbara, 52, 206, 236
Yeager, Emily J., 45, 218
Zintz, Miles V.
Abbas, Mary Ann. Geneva, 214, 235
Abbe, Opal Thompson, Waterloo
Abbott. Harold Lee, Conesville
Abbott. Janice Claire, Hawkeye
Abbott, Joan Kay. Vinton, 114, 240
Abbott, Marilyn Joyce, Ames
Abe. Ruth Mieko, Paia Maui. Hawaii,
223, 226, 229
Abel, Ruth Ann, La Porte City
Adams, Alphy May, Newton, 132, 216,
Adams, Charles Willard, Des Moines,
Adams, Donald Van. Liscomb. 106. 108,
112. 119, 256. 260
Adams, Janice Kay. Waterloo
Adams. Joan Mildred, Waterloo, 107,
113, 116, 248
Adams, Larry Eli, Marble Rock
Adams, Rosemary Estell, Ames
Adams, Stanley H., Waterloo
Adamson, Janet Temple, Cedar Falls,
90, 91, 94, 95, 194, 225, 239. 251
Adkins, Donald Gene, Cedar Falls
Adkins, Geraldine Anne, Grinnell
Aegler, Darlene Frances, Cresco
Aelmans, Harrison Henry, Cedar Falls
Ahart, Mary Ann, Ames, 192
Ahmann, Roger Dale. Hawarden
Ahnen, William Dean, Orient, 255
Ahrens, Margaret Ann, Washington, 115,
Aidinger, Shirley Ann, lowa Falls
Ainslie, James Edward, Cherokee
Akana, Henry Kalani, Paia Maue,
Akkerman, Donald Dale, Cedar Falls,
Albaugh, Sandra Kay, Mason City
Alberts, Lyle Kenneth, Grundy Center
Albright, Charles David, Waterloo
Alcorn, Jane Claire, Underwood, 139,
Aldrich, Bertha Lou, Waukee, 132, 193
Aldrich, Nancy Kay, Waukee, 193, 226
Allbee, Martha Marie, Cedar Falls, 132,
Allee, Grant Kosnar, Waterloo
Allen, Annette Caroline, Hazleton, 108,
Allen, Gene T. W., Waterloo, 136
Allen, John Fredrick, Ames, 256, 260
Allen, Nancy States, Cedar Falls
Allen, Orville Lee, Cedar Falls
Aller, Merlin Eugene, Keota, 177, 187
Allison, Judith Rae, Charles City, 236
Alsager, Doris Ann, Radcliffe, 235
Amble, David John, Waterloo
Ambrose, Mary Virginia, Woodbine
Ambrosy, Galen Joseph, Waterloo
An5esb111'Y, Jane Maree, Titonka, 201,
Amfahr, James Bernard, Jesup, 177
Ammeter, Gary Lee, Coggon, 132, 202
Anders, Dean Arthur, Cedar Falls
Anders, Duane Charles, Cedar Falls
Anderson, Beverly Jean, Walker, 208,
223, 244, 250, 260
Andersen, Darlyne Anne, Cedar Falls
Andersen, Phillip Rube, Cedar Falls
Anderson, Bradley, George, Parkersburg,
Anderson, Carl Henry, Spirit Lake
Anderson, Donald Jerome, Emmons,
Anderson, J. Howard, Waterloo
Anderson, John Dennis, Thompson
Anderson, Judith Elaine, Rembrandt
Anderson, Leona Marie, Thompson, 198
Anderson, Margot Marie, Cedar Rapids
Anderson, Marilyn Lee. Sperry
Anderson, Phyllis Elaine, Crawfords-
ville. 208, 246, 260
Anderson, Richard'Elton, Spirit Lake
Anderson, Tracy Eugene, Cherokee
Anderson, Wayne Dennis, Floyd
Andrew, Earl Edwin, Grand River, 260
Andrew, Ronald Lynn, Waterloo
Andrews, Ronald Vernon, Waterloo
Angel, Donald Dean, La Porte City
Angell, Clifford, Albia, 256
Angell, Janet Elaine, Delhi, 117, 235
Ankrum, Mary Lou, Ames, 134, 201
Annable, Gail Elizabeth, Des Moines,
Antone, Carol Louree, Manning, 199
Antone, Joseph Albert, lowa City, 170,
Appleby, Elaine Cather, Monticello, 115,
Archer, Keith Andrew, Glidden
Arends, Alan Berkley, Cedar Falls, 187
Arends, Richard Roger, Hansell, 135,
136, 210, 211, 260
Arends, Ruth Ann, Hansell, 134
Arends, Sherman Paul, Williams
Armentrout, Lois Ann, Spirit Lake, 226
Armstrong, Chloe, Waterloo
Armstrong, Janice Kaye, Cedar Falls
Armstrong, Jerry Boyd, Forest City
Armstrong, Roger Dean, Cedar Falls
Arnett, John Raymond, La Porte City
Arnold, James Karl, Marshalltown
Arp, Larry W., Toledo
Asche, Carol Wayne, Titonka
Aschim, Cheryl Janann, Ridgeway
Aschim, Marilyn Louise, Ridgeway
Ashline, William George, Waukon
Astor, Gary Lee, Arlington
Atkins, Betty Jean, Waterloo
Atkinson, Carol Lynn, Emmetsburg, 201
Auld, lna Elizabeth, Cedar Falls
Aves, Arline Bernice, Waverly
Aves, Verjean, Melbourne
Axon, Mary Jane, Goldfield
Baade, Jacqueline Kay, West, Union
Baarson, Anna Wicks, Cedar Falls
Backhaus, Margie Lee, Manly, 226
Badgley, Clark Dean, Estherville
Baeth, Harold Louis, 260
Baetke, Ellen Salen, Waverly
Bagley, Richard Allen, Fort Madison
Bahndorf, Mary Ellen, Amana, 260
Bahnsen, Betty Jane, Wyoming, 198
Bahrenfuss, Benjamin K., Cedar Falls,
Baier, David Paul, Sumner
Bailey, Mardene Hartin, Cedar Rapids
Bailey, Richard Lloyd, Cedar Falls, 231,
Bails, Mary Ellen, Stanwood
Bain, Richard Ross, Des Moines, 170
Bainter, Veola, Cedar Rapids, 225
Baker, Dale Floyd, Waterloo
Baker, John Franklin, Waterloo
Baker, LaVerne Russell, Cedar Falls
Baker, Margaret Lucille, Washington
Baker, Vita Marie, Cedar Falls
Bakken, Terry Dale, Rutland, 200, 208,
Baldwin, Deanna June, Panora
Baldwin, Ruth Heanine, Clarence, 134
Bales, Alice Elizabeth, Parkersburg
Balk, Daniel Lee, Dedham
Ball, Dale Dean, Cedar Falls
Ball, Nancy Kay, Tipton
Ball, Raymond Robert, Cedar Falls, 261
Ballenger, Robert George, Jesup
Ballou, Lowell Dean, Independence, 137
Balsley, Roger Lee, Webster City
Baltes, Robert Joseph, New Hampton
Bancks, Mary Ann, Muscatine, 234, 243,
Bang, Darwin Monroe, Lake Mills, 197
Banks, Patricia Ann, Winterset, 102
Banks, Robert Lee, Cedar Falls
Barber, Arnold Eugene, Cedar Falls
Bare, Keith Leslie, Independence
Barger, Marie Deloris, Osceola, 2, 108,
139, 141, 142, 193, 213, 219, 228, 247,
Barker, B. Jayne, Davenport, 147
Barker, Edwin K., Indianola
Barker, Robert Bruce, Lime Springs
Barker, William Henry, Lime Springs
Barlow, Darlene Joan, Schaller, 199
Barnett, Donnie Gene, Waterloo
Barnett, Mary Lavon, Cedar Falls, 240
Barr, Donald Dean, Cedar Falls, 261
Barr, Iola Smith, Cedar Falls
Barrer, Mary Elizabeth, Hudson, 134,
Barrett, Jane Scanlon, Waterloo
Barrett, Janice Lavon, Grand Junction
Barrick, Hoyt Leroy, Wapello
Barringer, Fern Aletha, Ruthven, 235
Bartachek, Karen JoAnn, Belle Plaine,
135, 136, 137
Barth, Shirley Jean, Des Moines, 114,
Bartine, Jon Cyrus, Clemons
Bartleson, Thomas, Forest City
Barton, Rebecca Ann, Mediapolis
Bass, Harold Ray, Waterloo
Bass, Kay Leona, New Hartford
Bauder, Marjorie Mae, Hawarden
Bauer, Norman Jean, North English, 139
Bauer, William Henry, North English
Bauman, Bradley Dale, Rock Valley,
Baumann, Edwin Kenneth, Madison
Baumgart, Norbert Karl, State Center
Baumgartner, Floy, Clear Lake
Bausch, Janet Eileen, Cedar Rapids,
132, 136, 238
Beal, Raymond Edward, Cedar Falls,
Beals, Ellen Jane, Newton, 113, 236,
242, 240, 253
Beare,.Lorraine Kelly, Waterloo
Beatty, Blair Benson, Guttenberg
Beaupain, Shirley Mae, Hubbard, 261
Beaver, Marian Elaine, Fenton
Beck, Sheryl Elaine, Guthrie Center
Becvar, Donald Ray, Colo
Beener, Robert Harry, Waterloo
Beeson, Bernice Ruth, Earlham, 235
Beeson, Pauline Belle, Earlham
Behrens, Glenn William, Waucoma
Behrens, Milton Ronald, Grundy Center
Beinke, James Lee, Cedar Falls, 135,
Belden, Leland K., Cedar Falls, 132, 261
Bell, Delores Lee, Fertile, 132, 197, 214
Bell, Joan Pauline, Marshalltown, 208,
232, 240, 261
Bell, Mary Monroe, Ponca, Nebraska,
Bell, William Le Roy, Cedar Falls, 177
Bellizzi, Nick Joseph, Des Moines
Bemiss, Kathleen Marie, West Union
Benbow, Virginia Anne, Green Moun-
tain, 113, 194, 195, 214
Bender, Bette, Janalee, Monticello, 134,
Bender, David Fredrick, Waterloo
Bender, Judy Corinne, Elkader
Bendickson, Donna Mae, Hanlontown
Benfer, Beverly Ann, Independence
Benjamin, James Madison, Waterloo
Benjamin, Keith, Waterloo
Benjamin, Sharon Jo, Winterset, 136,
190, 222, 253
Benjegerdes, Ruth, Postville
Bennett, Kathleen, Harvey
Bennett, Leonard Eugene, Waterloo
Benning, Maxine Evlyn, Ackley
Benser, John Milo, Mason City, 225, 254
Benson, L. Dovanon, Cedar Falls
Benson, Lavon Ann, Fort Dodge, 208,
223, 225, 261
Bentley, Kay Louise, Marathon, 201
Bentrott, Joyce Marlene, Clarence, 133
Benz, Lucille Rose, Lawley
Berg, Marvin Lorimer, Dayton
Berger, Janet Ellyn, Champaign, 137,
Berges, Ruth Elaine, Iowa Falls
Bergh, Evelyn Ann, Wayland, 201
Bergmann, Maxine Irene, Hampton, 236
Bergstrom, Waneeta, Pocahontas, 248
Berka, Rose Mary, Colo, 134
Berkler, Carol Sue, Cherokee, 202, 203
Bernhard, Judith Cathe, Cedar Falls
Berry, Florence, Lucille, Albia
Berry, Jack Lee, Denmark
Berry, James Richard, Churdan, 173
Berry, Kenneth Russell, Des Moines,
Berry, Lloyd Harvey, Cedar Falls
Berryman, John Vern, Dodgeville,
Bertelson, Judith, Missouri Valley, 236
Besh, Joyce Bliven, Cedar Falls 116
Bessman, Donald E., Wellsburg
Beuter, David Anthony, Solon, 62, 90,
112, 138, 217, 225, 261
Beyer, Judith Ann, Buffalo Center, 115
Beyer, Karl Keith, Epworth, 257
Bice, Gregory Alfred, Missouri Valley
Bienfang, Homer Creigh, Cedar Falls
Bienfang, Rochelle, Cedar Falls
Bienlien, William, Holstein
Bingaman, Collene Mae, Waterloo
Bird, Dale Ivan, Woden
Bird, Irma Margaret, Woden
Birkenholtz, Grace, Iowa City, 113
Bisbee, Dianne Elaine, Cedar Falls, 201
Bistricky, Mildred Lou, Fairfax, 134
Biwer, Mary Ann, Elma, 192, 205, 261
Bjorklund, Lorimer, Cedar Falls, 231
Black, Ronald Dean, Independence
Blaess, Elaine Arlene, Boone
Blake, William Eric, Cedar Falls
Blake, William Robert, Shell Rock,
Blakeley, Joseph Wayne, Salem
Blaker, Larry Grant, Cedar Falls
Blandau. Howard, Eldora
Blankenship, Nancy Kay, Eagle Grove
Blankenship, Ralph, Waterloo, 136
Blessington, Joan, Charles City
Blietz, Raymond Edward, New Hampton
Block, Kay JoAnn, Storm Lake, 134, 202
Blum, Sheila Joanne, Terril, 134
Blumer, Marlene Marie, Klemme, 201,
Blumhagen, M. Elaine, Burnside
Boardsen, Danny Raymond, Clinton
Boatman, Evan Stanley, Knoxville
Bock, Marlis Joan, Maquoketa, 114, 250
Bockhaus, Rosella Mae, Frederika
Bodenstein, Virginia M., Waterloo
Boehnke, Virginia Rae, Garner
Boelman, Ben Jr., Aplington, 132, 261
Boesen, Claudia Ann, Waterloo
Bogard, Dolores Ann, Marshalltown, 240,
Bohan, John Leo, Primghar
Bolin, James Edward, Cedar Falls
Boll, Judith Lee, Gladbrook, 227
Boller, Francis Richard, Waterloo
Bond, John Lowell, Cedar Falls
Bonesteel, Daisy Marie, Wyoming
Bonsall, Duane Eugene, Cedar Falls
Boom, Kent Francis, Aredale
Boone, Patricia Ann, Cedar Falls, 132
Bordwell, Cheryl Lorra, Belle Plaine,
Borland, Glen David, Primghar, 255
Bottorff, Mary Lou, Packwood, 190, 191,
197, 218, 243, 248, 261
Bottorff, Ralph, Harcourt
Boughton, John Maynard, Waterloo
Boulton, Gerald, Mount Union
Bowman, Leah Jo, Ames
Bowman, Phyllis Elaine, Webster City,
Boyd, Aileen Kaye, Mason City
Boyd, Daniel Strickler, Cedar Falls,
Boyd, David Michael, Waterloo
Boyer, Judith Jane, Sioux City, 201
Brackin, Mary Frances, Elgin, 143, 147,
Braden, Carole Diane, Winthrop
Braden, Donald Eugene, Waterloo, 215
Bradley, Barbara Jean, Centerville, 115,
132, 134, 193
Bradley, Gerald Thomas, Sergeant Bluff,
Bradley, Myrna, Strawberry Point, 133,
Bramer, Beverly Ann, Harlan, 133
Brammer, Edgar August, Cedar Falls
Branam, Judith Anne, Earlham, 133, 214
Brandhorst, Audrey Mae, Hudson
Brandhorst, Charles, Cedar Falls
Branson, Clare Elaine, Algona
Bratland, Elaine Joyce, Bode
Bravener, Sandra Lea, Fredericksburg,
133, 135, 137, 195
Brayton, Julia Kay, Algona, 135
Breckenridge, Janice, Kellogg
Breckenridge, Sandra S., Clarion, 236
Breneman, Darrell, Lowden
Bricker, Sandra Jean, Des Moines, 90,
91, 94, 95, 147
Brickner, John Richard, Teaneck, New
Bridges, Kenneth Lee, Plainfield, 191
Bridges, Roger Dean, Plainfield, 117,
Brighi, Robert Joseph, Cedar Falls, 262
Bright, Jimmy Dale, Cedar Falls
Bringolf, John Francis, Mason City, 262
Brink, Constance Lee, Sioux City, 110,
Brinker, Malcolm, Auburn, 257
Brinkley, Brenda Beneke, Cedar Rapids,
Brinkley, Ronald Eldon, Des Moines,
153, 154, 159, 187, 262
Britt, Glenn Austin, Cedar Falls
Britton, Marcia Ruth, Soldier, 132
Brock, David L., Waterloo
Brockmann, Deanna Lee, Walcott, 240
Brocka, Emma Susan, Cedar Falls
Brocker, Donald Harold, Plymouth
Brockmeyer, Roger Lyle, Earlville, 132,
200, 228, 237
Brockmeyer, Ronald K., Strawberry
Brockschink, Nancy M., Norway
Brody, Joseph Leo, Cedar Falls
Brody, Una Belle, Waterloo
Broghammer, Carolyn, West Union, 238
Brokken, Sonja Marie, Fairfield
Brooks, Bob Kay, Garner, 153, 257
Brooks, David Gary, Waterloo
Brooks, Donald Dean, La Porte City
Broshar, Harvey John, Waterloo
Brosz, Wilmer Chester, Waterloo
Brousard, William Lynn, Cedar Rapids
Donald Roger, Davenport
, Dorothy King, Waterloo
Brown, Elizabeth Francis, Oelwein
Brown, Gayle Ann, Cedar Falls
Brown, Gretchen L., Cedar Falls
Brown, Janice Marie, -Postville, 132, 135
Brown, Karen Irene, Forest City
Brown, Lois June, Grimes, 236
Brown, Marcia Lorene, Clarks Grove,
Brown, Nancy Irene, Newton, 193, 243
, Patricia Ann, Waterloo
Brown, Patricia Jane, Waterloo, 216
, Richard Allen, Oakville
, Terry Dee, Donnellson, 177
e, Vernard Francis, Waterloo, 118
Carolyn, Hamburg, 100, 114, 133,
Bruch, Sally Eileen, Cedar Rapids, 114,
Bruene, Barbara, Cedar Falls
Brugman, Sharon Diane, Royal
Brunner, James Elliott, Boone, 108, 119,
140, 142, 147, 148, 186, 231, 262
Deloris Marie, Greene
Evelyn Ruth, Greene
Brunsvold, Donna Mae, Joice
Brunsvold, Lauretta, Kensett, 132, 216,
Bryant, James Joe, Hartley, 177
Buchan, Joy Ann, Cedar Falls
Buchholtz, Daryl Peter, Wyoming, 198
Buck, Donn Johnson, Cedar Falls, 153
Buck, Forrest Theodore, Davenport, 212,
Buckels, James Orlean, Jewell
Buckels, Janice Joyce, Jewell, 234, 262
Buckley, Dennis, Forest City, 117, 191,
Buckley, Karen Maureen, Red Oak, 134
Buckner, Ellen Camille, Scranton, 224
Budreau, Gayle Lane, Manchester
Buerkens, Bruce Quist, Pella, 262
Buerkens, Janet Harrim, Cedar Falls
gton, David Lee, Titonka
Buffington, Sidney, Titonka
Bullen, John Bernard, Charles City
Bullen, Mary Ann, Charles City
Bullers, David Lawrence, Newtonm
Bultena, Gordon Louis, Cedar Falls
Bundy, Carolyn Kay, Cedar Falls
Bundy, Marilyn Rae, Cedar Falls, 134
Bunkofske, James Allen, Algona, 133,
147, 198, 241
Bunn, George William. Waterloo, 262
Bunnell, Alice Viola, Cedar Falls, 191
Bunnell, Joan Marie, Davenport
Burgess. Donald Roger, Cedar Falls
135, 137, 147, 191. 214, 238. 250
Burkey, Lois Elaine, Salem, 226
Burkhart, Roger Lee, Woodward, 177
Burland, Thomas Reed Jr., Perry, 262
Burman, John Clark, Waterloo
Burns, Delores Irene, Clear Lake
Burns, Joellen, Lawler, 134
Burns, Sharon Sue, Cedar Falls
Burr, Rhoda Josephine, Keokuk
Burr, Richard Aaron, Wayzata,
Burrichter, Arthur, Monticello, 132
Burrows, Donna Mae, New Hartford
Burrows, Marlene Vera, Traer
Burrows, Marlys Jean, La Porte City
Burt, Donald Ray, Truro
Burton, Edward Lewis, Colfax
Burton, Janet Allan, Baxter
Burton, Lillie Belle, Marshalltown
Busch, Helen Ann, Marcus, 192
Busch, Lyman Ernest, Selma
Busch, Yvonne Ruth, Lost Nation
Bush, Gary Edward, 119, 173, 187, 257,
Buss, Beverly Anne, 239, 240, 262
Butler, Dona, Zearing
Butler, Eleanore, Waterloo
Butler, Marjorie Kay, Oskaloosa, 124
Butler, Mary Letta, Eldora, 115, 134
Butterfield, Dean, Independence, 263
Byers, John Lyle, Primgar
Bygness, Merle Donovan, New Hampton
Cady, Darrel, Cedar Falls
Cagley, Charlotte, lonia, 133
Cain, Mary Elizabeth, Eldora, 134
Calder, Arline Beverly, Coon Rapids
Caldwell, D. Maurice, Ionia
Caldwell, Reva Charlene, Ames, 136
Callahan, Maurice Marvin, Bernard
Callahan, Phillip, Waterloo
Callahan, Roger John, Bernard
Calligan, Richard, Waterloo
Calvert, Calvin Lloyd, Waterloo
Camarigg, David Gerald, Correctionville,
190. 192., 256
Cameron, Lucy, Bloomfield, 244, 251
Cameron, Thomas Keith, Newton
Campbell, Cathryn Jean, 115, 196, 236
Campbell, John Roger, Toledo, 132, 256
Campbell, Lawrence, Delot, 111, 112,
Campbell, Mary Frances, Audubon, 228,
Campbell, Sally Luella, Anamosa
Canfield, Jeanne Marie, Dunkerton
Canny, Harold Jay, Ottumwa
Canny, Phyllis Faye, Little Cedar
Card, Idella Fae, New Hampton
Carey, Jean Alice, Northwood, 263
Carey, Patsy Ann, Columbus Junction,
Carlson, Franklin, Cedar Falls, 131, 208,
Carlson, Gerald Eugene, Ackley
Carlson, Mary Agnes, Burt
Carlson, Phyllis Elaine, Marion, 133
Carlson, Richard Dean, Cedar Falls
Carlson, Roger Eugene, Keokuk, 257,
Carlson, Shirley Mae, Storm Lake, 199,
214, 235, 248
Carlton, Suzanne Jo, Dubuque
Carman, Gary Vernon, Waverly
Carmichael, Treva Jane, Waterloo
Carnes, Marvel Lee, Correctionville, 201
Carney, Paul H., Independence, 263
Carolan, Wanda Marie, Lime Springs
Carolan, Wayne Thomas, Lime Springs
Carothers, Patricia, Marshalltown, 263
Carpenter, Alice, Dayton. 249
Carpenter, Madeline D., Detroit,
Carr, Donald Lee, Waterloo
Carr, Kenneth Lee, Charles City
Carr. Patricia Joanne, Waterloo
Carrothers, Mary Joann, Charles City,
Carrott, Robert Eugene, Rockford
Carson, Carl Ezra, Troy Mills
Carson, Marilyn Sires, Cedar Falls, 225
Carter, Ann Marie, Humeston, 191
Carter, Marilyn Jean, Davenport
Carter, Robert Gene, Storm Lake, 135,
Casebolt, Roxie, Cedar Falls
Casey, Joseph Clifford, Cedar Falls
Cassens, Doris Anne, Sigourney
Cavell, Norma Jean, Lawrel, 134
Cerney, Dennis Eugene, Waterloo
Chamness, Charles, Montezuma
Champion, Karalee Kay, Ankeny, 113,
Chaney, Florence, Lake Geneva,
Wisconsin, 2, 139, 140, 142, 143, 147,,
149, 204, 263
Chang. Patricia Irma, Hilo, Hawaii, 115,
Chapman, Lawrence Leon, Waterloo
Chase, Marilyn Joan, Volga
Chelstad, Loretta Mae, Somers
Chelsvig, Clyde Laverne, Cedar Falls
Chesley, Richard Charles, Janesville
Chestnut, Sheryl Jo, Waverly
Chihak, Gerald John, Waterloo
Chingren, Gerald Wayne, Fort Dodge
Chipman, Marna, Anamosa
Choate, Glennadene, Grundy Center
Chody, Oma Rose, Kalona, 138, 237,
Christen, Mary Jane, Stanley, North
Dakota, 135, 136, 137, 192, 243
Christensen,Marlene K., Coon Rapids,
Christensen, Robert, Waterloo
Christensen, Russell, Dakota City
Christensen, Sonja, Cedar Falls
Christensen, Wendell, Cedar Falls
Chi-isteson, P. Jan, Webster City, 77,
Christiansen, Lee, Harlen, 119, 257
Christianson, Betsy, Austin, Minnesota
Christianson, lla Mae, Chester, 192, 23?
Christianson, Virgil, Bode
Chute, Richard Gerald, Mason City,
119, 138, 257, 263
Cias, Gerald Walter, Wauwatosa,
Wisconsin, 108, 143, 147, 263
Clabough, Loren Wesley, Cedar Falls
Clapp, Neil Gayland, Cedar Falls, 263
Clapsaddle, Jill, Algona, 240
Clark, Avis Faye, Lake Park
Clark, Betty Caroline, Britt
Clark, Byron John, Iowa Falls, 263
Darlene Marie, Zwingle
Gary Merlin, Waterloo
Clark, James A., Elma
Clark, Sharon Kay, Hazleton, 135, 137
Clark, Sherrill Ann, Ashland, Oregon,
Clark, Stanley Thomas, Waterloo
Clarke, Beverly Joyce, Cedar Rapids
Clarksean, Dorothy, Gladbrook
Clausen, Audrey Joyce, Gladbrook
Cliggen, Dennis Ray, Lake Park, 135,
Claypool, Richard, Cedar Falls, 231, 263
Clearman, Alice Jeanette, Buffalo, 113
Cleland, Shirley, Beaver
Cleveland, Robert, Northwood, 131, 241,
Cleveland, Robert Wayne, Pleasantville,
Cline, Betty Marie. Castalia, 263
Cline, Geraldine Marie, Ottumwa, 202,
Clinton, Patricia Jean, Thief River
Falls, Minnesota, 115
Clopton, Edwin Roy, Cedar Falls. 147,
Clopton, Florence, Cedar Falls
Clouse, Martha Jane, Panora, 113, 244,
Clubine, Charles Neal, Cedar Falls
Cmelik, Walter, Toledo
Coady, John Francis, Melrose
Cochran, Dorothy Irene, Solon
Cochrane, Clarke, Des Moines, 153
Cocklin, Shirley, Grandview, 191, 214,
Cody, Robert Charles, Wichita, Kansas,
Coerper, David Lee, Wauwatosa,
Wisconsin 108, 139, 143, 147, 148,
186, 257, 264
Cohn, Gerald Edson, Waterloo
Cohn, Norman, Waterloo
Cole, Bruce Leroy, Waterloo
Cole, Victoria, Sioux City, 114, 251
Collentine, John Arthur, Waterloo
Collins, Donald Wayne, Cresco
Collins, John Chester, Marshalltown
Collins, Larry Lloyd, Cedar Falls, 237
Colwell, Michael C., Waterloo
Combs, Clarissa, Ames
Comer, John Edward, Albia
Compton, Fred Benjamin, Cedar Falls,
Conrads, Bernhard Albe, Parkersburg
Conter, Roger Peter, Waterloo
Conway, Darrell Edwon, Waterloo, 177,
178, 187, 255
Conway, Robert Gaylord, Waterloo
Cook, Anthony Allen, Fremont, 243
Cooney, Darrell Lee, Muscatine, 264
Cooper, Clione Ann, Hawarden, 135,
Cooper, Marvin Maynard, Cedar Falls
Coots, Dorla Dell, Mt. Auburn, 224
Cope, Darlene Ethel, Blue Mound,
Kansas, 115, 134
Corcran, Leona Marie, Cedar Falls
Corder, Mary Ellen, Cedar Falls, 132,
134, 201, 235, 243
Cordes, George, Eldora
Cornett, Elizabeth, Waterloo
Corrigan, Don Louis, Rockwell City,
Corrigan, Glenn Philip, Remsen
Cory, Donald Eugene, Rochester,
Cotter, Vernon Earl, Waterloo
Cottrell, Ronald Paul, Waterloo
Cover, Barbara Ann, Waterloo, 252
Cowan, Myrna Jane, Cherokee, 115, 134
Cowell, Barbara Ann, Aurora, 201
Cox, Carol Eva, Dana, 201
Cox, Garnett Kay, Stomi Lake, 114
Cox, Joyce llene, Grand Junction, 134
Cox, Larry Dean, Keswick, 200
Cox, Patricia Charlene, Ottumwa, 135,
Craig, Hershel Dean, Cedar Falls, 193
Craig, LaVonne, Cedar Falls, 193
Cramer, Robert Leonard, Reinbeck
Crandall, Bruce Jerry, West Union
Crandall, Sharon Kay, Whittier,
Crane, Janice Eleanor, Spencer
Cranston, Sandra, Minneapolis.
Craven, Robert Alan, Waterloo
Crawford, LeRoy Earl, Davenport, 112,
119, 138, 177, 244, 255
Crawford, Michael Earl, Arlington
Crawford, Sonya Mae, Arlington, 235
Creedon, Shirley Lee, Davenport, 251
Crist, Tamson, Perry, 113, 190, 214,
Crocker, Jerry M., Cedar Falls
Crocker, Mae Thomas, Cedar Falls
Croft, Marion Hart, Cedar Falls
Crogveek, Louise Rose, Oelwein, 192,
Crosley, Dixie Lee, Eldora, 108, 135,
Crosley, Tamma Jo, Eldora, 135, 137,
Cross, Harold Sprague, Cedar Falls
Crowe, Barbara, Waterloo, 134, 191,
Crowe, Richard Dean, Reinbeck
Cuffel, Jerry George, Conrad
Culhert, Martha Jane, Cresco
Culbert, Mary Ruth, Marion, 63, 264
Cullen, Ardella Jean, Spencer, 136, 137
Culver, Jacquelyn Ann, Des Moines
Cummins, Darlene Ann, Cedar Rapids
Cumpton, Arlene Grace, Bloomfield,
Cunningham, Marlan, Belmond
Currier, Lois June, Monroe, 214, 235
Curry, Jerry Lee, Bradgate, 89, 132,
Curtis, Jon Baker, Clinton, 136
Curtis, William E., Cedar Falls
Cutler, Judy Marie, Waterloo, 135, 137,
Daasch, Nancy Elaine, Dunlap, 134
Daehn, Karen Kay, Wheatland
Daggett, Duane Daniel, Waterloo, 264
Dahl, Dorothy Janet, Slater, 246
Dahl, Harriet Jean, Cedar Falls
Dahl, Maraden, Beech
Dahlby, Marian Elaine,'Kensett
Dahlgren, Philip Anton, Cherokee
Dahlquist, Joan, Davenport, 192, 236
Dahms, Richard Laird, Traer
Dailey, Philip Michael, Spencer
Dalziel, Maurice Dean, Waterloo
Dalziel, Robert James, Newton
Daman, Ruth Ann, Des Moines, 242, 264
Damm, Arlene Mae, Oelwein f
Damon, Fred Joe, Oelwein
Dandy, Cleo Maxine, Dickens
Daniels, John Benjamin, Lehigh, 264
Danielson, Richard, Cedar Falls
Daringer, Carolyn Jean, Waterloo
Darnauer, Ruth Marie, J esup
Darnell, Ramona Kay, West Union, 233
Darrow, Robert Loren, Olin
Dau, Bonnie Jean, Bettendorf
Daufeldt, Mary Louise, Wapello, 226
Davenport, Georgianna, Tama, 223, 264
Davidsen, Deloy Kelvin, Ottumwa, 132,
135, 211, 238
Davis, Carol Elizabeth, Cedar Falls, 249,
Davis, Diane Elaine, Cedar Falls, 134
Davis, Don Howard Jr., Primghar
Davis, Glenda Dee, Hampton
Davis, Judith Ann, Sac City
Davis, Lee James, Cedar Falls. 264
Davis, Nadine Kay, Hampton, 133, 228
Davis, Philip Norman, Ankeny, 181
Davis, Rex Emerson, Waterloo
Davis, Sonya Ruth, Strawberry Point,
132, 135, 137, 216, 238
Davitt, Dorothy. lndianola, 192
Dawson, Lyle Dean, Spencer, 153
Day, Nancy Sue, Ottumwa, 227, 253
Dean, Delmar William, Cedar Falls
De Biaggio, Roseanne P., Carlisle
De Boer, Viola, Granville, 142, 199, 228,
De Boom, Darrell, Parkersburg
Deburr, Joanne Wilma, Rockford
De Butts, Ruth Lucille, Marshalltown
Decker, Daniel W., Marshalltown, 197,
208, 221, 264
Dedic, Lumir Anton, Cedar Falls
Deerberg, Alice Joy, Tipton
De Graw, Alan Wilford, Delmar
De Groote, Virgil Glen, Waterloo
De Haven, Barbara Ann, Des Moines,
Dekkenga, John, Matlock
Delancey, Sharon Lee, Manchester, 134
Delashmutt, David, Onowa
Delk, Richard Allen, Cedar Falls
Delong, Beverly Jean, Cedar Falls, 204
Delphey, Dolores Marie, Harpers Ferly,
Delpierre, Richard, Williamson
De Maris, Carol Ann, Carpenter, 250
Dempsey, Arthur Duane, Oelwein
Dempster, Arlin William, Waterloo
Dempster, Myrna Ross, Cedar Falls
Denburger, Barbara, Oskaloosa, 201,
224, 233, 235
Denkinger, Marian, Cedar Falls, 198
Dennis, Denise, Waterloo, 77, 252
Denton, Robert Wayne, Cedar Falls, 118
Derby, Dick S., Albia, 256
Derby, Gerald C., Albia
Derbyshire, Richard, Waterloo
Detimmerman, Louis, Oelwein
Detimmerman, Robert, Oelwein
Detlefsen, Kay Merette, Clinton, 236
Devick, Donna Jane, Marshalltown
Devine, Duane Charles, Cedar Falls
Deviney, Ralph Joseph, Waterloo
DeVries, Marian, Denver
D. Happart, Clarence, Wellsburg
Dickinson, Carolyn Jean, Waterloo
Dickinson, Doris C., Cedar Falls, 132,
216, 236, 264
Dickson, Ruth Marie, Wood South,
Dakota, 192, 214, 228, 233
Dickson, Sandra Jo, Cedar Falls
Diehn, Charlotte Ann, 136, 216, 238,
Diehn, Linda Ruth, Ottumwa, 115, 134
Dieken, Le Ann, Grundy Center, 108,
Diercksen, Victor, Manchester, 106, 107,
108, 198, 212, 225, 243, 254, 265
Dietsch, Leonard, Waterloo
Dietz, Eugene William, Waverly
Dighton, Arlene, Coggon, 135, 137
Dikkers, Jay Franklin, 217, 225, 254, 265
Dillman, Vernon Scott, Hardin
Dillon, David Eugene, Cedar Falls
Dinsdale, Patricia, Webster City, 246
Dirks. Donald Carl, Cedar Falls
Dittmer, Norbert, Strawberry Point
Dix, Patricia Kay, Janesville, 133
Doak, John Linn, Grundy Center
Dobbe, Ronald Eugene, Huxley
Dobson, Donald Ward, Marshalltown
Dodd, Jack Levern, Cedar Falls
Dodd, Laurence, Colo
Doerzman, Douglas Dean, Blairstown,
106, 199, 223, 257, 265
Doerzman, Jimmie Ray, Blairstown, 112
Dohler, Dora Mae, St. Ansgar, 115, 224
Dohrer, Rose Ann Edna, Iowa City, 192,
Dohrman, Joanne Evon, Farnhamville,
Dolan, John Martin, Casey
Dolan, Rose Marie, Waterloo
Doll, Sharon Kay, Garner
Dommel, James Homer, Charles City
Donaghu. Deanna Faye, Manning, 134
Donald, Phoebe, Plainfield
Donaldson, Rhonda Lea, Webb
Donlea, Don Duane, Jesup
Donn, Ronald Louis, Pisgah
Donovan, Robert F., Algona
Dooley, Dyanne, Fort Dodge
Doran, Cecelia Ann, Perry, 220, 228,
Dorhout, Lawrence, Sioux Center
Dorland, Lyle Thomas, Cedar Falls, 131
Dorman, Howard Gene, Truro
Dornbusch, Beverly Ann, Paullina. 108,
116, 128, 139, 199, 204, 208, 213, 219,
228, 244, 247, 265
Dostal, Melvin Frank, Clutier
Doughan, Richard, Sheffield
Dougherty, Carolyn Ann, Cedar Rapids,
106, 108, 110, 208, 210, 219, 248, 265
Douglass, Loraine, Malcom, 116, 128,
Dow, Louise Brown, Cedar Falls
Dowling, Marilynn Jean, Lake City, 265
Downs, Vergie Apuline, Hawkeye
Doyne, Raymond Jr., Dike
Drake, Thomas John, Cedar Falls
Drape, Joan Landwehr, Waterloo
Drenkhahn, Joan Eileen, Marion, 134
Dresselhaus, Elton, Decorah, 137
Drewer, Patricia Ann, Burlington, 113,
116, 208, 240, 242
Driscoll, Patricia Ann, Mechanicsville
Dryden, Katherine Anne, Philadelphia,
Dubois, Janet Madiline, Cedar Falls,
137, 216, 238, 265
Duea, James Anderson, La Mesa, '
Duea, Jerry, Dunkerton, 255
Dueland, Charlene Ruth, Jamaica
Duenow, Harlan Frank, Sumner, 133
Duffield, Anita Louise, Bristow, 115
Dunkerton, Margaret, Waterloo
Dunlap, Diane Elizabeth, Marion, 224
Dunlap, Lois Ann, Sioux City, 139, 193,
204, 247, 265
Dunlavy, James Francis, Mt. Pleasant,
Dunn, Susan H., Des Moines, 134, 135,
Durland, Richard B., Gary, Indiana
Dutton, Patricia Leone, Maquoketa
Dwigans, Nancy Joan, Des Moines, 235,
Dwyer, Mary Ann, Creston
Dye, Dale Le Roy, Cedar Falls, 170,
Eagle, Darlene Shook, Waterloo
Ealy, Janet Faye, Belle Plaine
Easley, Norris Keith, Cedar Falls
Easler, Robert Eugene, Waterloo
Eastman, William Lemar, Waterloo
Eaton, Eric Glenn, Cedar Falls, 265
Eaton, Jacqueline Gwen, Tipton, 134
Ebner, Gene Francis, Denison
Eckes, Harold John, New Hampton
Eckes, Mary Kathryn, Waterloo
Eckhofi, Myone Karen, Ames, 240, 242
Eckles, Karen Norene. Glenwood, 133
Edman, Zepha McKay. Cedar Falls
Egeland, Irving Halver, Story City
Egemo, Carroll, Story City, 257
Egemo, Darrel De Wayne, Story City,
Egger, Marlene Mae, Hopkinton, 194,
Eggert, Margaret, Charles City
Eggland, Marcia Irene, Roland, 133,
198, 226, 253
Eggleston, Carolyn Mae, Conrad, 132,
216, 238, 266
Eggleston, Charles, Waterloo
Ehen, Margaret Ann, Harcourt, 190,
198, 234, 266
Ehmen, Loretta Rose, Linn Grove
Ehrhardt, Robert Homer, Adel
Eichacker, Rosalie, Homestead, 199
Eick, Carol Ann, Waterloo, 134, 199
Eide, Jean Ann, Cedar Falls
Eifert, Ruth Ann, Waverly, 119, 153,
Einwalter, Gerald, Waterloo
Eitzman, Douglas Drake, Cedar Falls,
Elbert, Carol Ann, Corwith
Eley, Eleanor Joan, Zearing
Ellerbeck, Frieda Krue, Gladbrook
Ellingson, Patricia, Dysart
Elliott, Dorothy, Tabor
Elliott, Nancy Jo, Dallas Center
Ellis, Judith Ann, Oakaloosa, 192
Ellis, Karen Elaine, Belle Plaine
Elmore, Robert Eugene, Des Moines,
153, 173, 255, 266
Else, Janet Jean, Ida Grove, 135, 137,
Elsing, Sandra Kay, Geneva, 226
Elvesether, Mary Jo, Hanlontown
Emmett, Elaine Agnes, Grand Junction,
Emry, A. Bill, Fairfield, 132, 135, 137,
193, 211, 254
Emura, Betsy Ann, Kekaha Kauai,
Hawaii, 195, 223, 226, 229
Engel, Robert Jerome, Lake Park
Engen, Richard Erle, Clarion
England, Jacqueline, Keystone
England, Marlene, Iowa Falls, 110, 113,
England, Phillip Earl, Van Meter, 256
Engle, Jean, Cedar Falls
Epperly, Edgar Vern, Leon, 208, 243
Erdal, James Brownell, Waterloo
Erickson, Barbara Joan, lnclianola, 133,
Erickson, Maudine Kaye, Nevada, 106,
115, 198, 235
Erickson, Peggy Lucille, Gilmore City
Erickson, Tommy Michael, Huxley
Erickson, Warren A. C., Waterloo, 135,
Eriksen, Erik Brian, Cedar Falls, 132
Eriksen, Shirley, Reinbeck
Ernst, Gerald Carl, Cedar Falls
Ernst, Helen Lucille, Waterloo
Erps, William Frederick, Durant
Erwin, Frances Jean, Mt. Pleasant, 115
Erwin, Mary Ellen, Mt. Pleasant
Esperas, Charles, Wahiawa Oahu,
Essig, Jimmy Dean, Fort Dodge, 142
Evans, Dawn Meredith, Dumont, 143,
Evans, Julia Clare, Waterloo
Evans, Lucille Rose, Williamsburg, 134
Evans, Valda Jean, Oakdale, 132, 227
Evely, Avis Ann. Waterloo, 126, 137
Even, Patricia Ann, Waterloo
Everding, Lou Ann, Tripoli
Everhart, Marla, Des Moines, 106, 115
Ewell, Vernon Arthur, Missouri Valley
Ewoldt, Bruce Lee, Cedar Falls
Fackel, Joseph Franklin, Reinbeck
Fain, Eldon Harry, Cedar Falls
Fain, Larry Lee, Mallard
Fairbanks, Charlotte, Waterloo
Fairchild, Kenneth, Kimballton
Fairchild, Laila, Boone, 143
Falke, Kay Marilyn, Sioux City, 134,
Fancher, Beverly Ann, Webster, 201,
Farley, Roger Dean, Perry
Farmer, Ann Lucille, Van Horne, 243
Farnsworth, Wilbu.r, Waterloo
Farrell, David Seth, Bames City, 145
Farrell, Jack Reed, Northwood, 208,
Fausch, Carolyn Rae, Kelley, 198, 224
Feaker, Grayce Butler, Marshalltown
Fearing, Nancy Lee, Sioux City, 136,
200, 201, 228
Feldpouch, Irva Dorothy, Waterloo
Feller, Charles K., Kanawha, 231, 266
Fennell, Vemon Reid, Cedar Falls
Fenner, Maxine Louise, Hazelton, 134,
Fenske, Eugene Thomas, Waterloo
Fenton, Joy Katherine, Des Moines,
Fenton, Sharon Kay, Strawberry Point
Ferguson, Everlee Jean, Grand Junction
Ferguson, Margery Ruth, Evansdale, 226
Ferguson, Warren, Vinton
Fernau, William Leroy, Waterloo
Fette, Betsy Ann, St. Olaf, 115
Fiala, Barbara May, Mason City, 236
Fidlar, Eva Joanne, Cordova, Illinois
Fillenworth, Sandra, Marion, 134, 199
Filliman, Dennis, Ottumwa, 161, 162
Finch, Lewis Wilson, Bondurant
Findlay, Susan Jane, Ottumwa, 139,
Fink, Delmar Arthur, Westgate
Fink, Pearl Irene, Harrisburg, South
Finke, Arthur J., Wellsburg
Finney, Carol Sue, Eldon, 193
Fintel, Barbara Bailey, La Porte City
Fintel, DeWayne William, Waverly
Fisch, Elna Lenore, Deep River
Fischer, Margaret Mae, Lone Rock, 134,
Fisher, Billy, Oskaloosa, 177, 266
Fisher, Carole Ann, Cedar Falls
Fisher, Emerald Asa, Brooklyn
Fisher, Linda Louise, Macksburg
Fisher, Mildred Mary, Cedar Falls
Fisher, Phyllis June, Ida Grove, 113,
Fisher, Richard Allen, Charles City
Fisk, Roger Claire, Spencer
Fistler, Doris Hobbs, Grundy Center
Fitzgerald, Rosemary J., Mason City, 60
Flack, Franklyn Leon, Waterloo
Flaten, Marcia Lee, Independence
Flater, Doris Ann, Waterloo
Fleak, Audrey Jameson, Cedar Falls
Fleming, Jane Marie, Cedar Falls
Fleming, Janet Claire, Strahan
Fleming, Kathryn Jean, Albert City, 198
Fleming, Robert Eugene, Cedar Falls
Fleming, Wilbur Lee, Bloomfield, 112,
177, 243, 256
Fleshner, Beverly Jane, Clear Lake, 236
Fletcher, Charles Earl, Des Moines, 153,
Fletcher, Lorraine, Low Moor, 235
Flinn, Alice Hickey, Waterloo
Flint, Howard Ross, Lake Park
Flint, Ronald Clyde, Cedar Falls
Florine, Patricia, Cherokee, 202, 236,
Fober, Deane Myron, Plainfield
Fober, Raylan Wayne, Shell Rock
Focht, John H., Villisca, 132, 147, 200,
Fokken, John Raymond, Havelock, 266
Foland, Jeanne Ann, Independence, 201
Folk, Judith Ann, Adel, 226
Folkers, Mema, Scotch Grove, 198
Folks, Wayne C., Waterloo
Folsom, George Kent, Des Moines
Folsom, Larabeth, Mason City
Foote, Grovner, Waterloo
Foote, Marjorie Ann, West Union
Ford, Carolyn Diane, Storm Lake
Ford, Jane Thankful, Cedar Rapids,
Formanek, Richard Lee, Tama, 102,
108, 153, 154, 159, 170, 171, 187, 266
Forrest Alice Jane, Manchester, 137,
201, 235, 245
Fosselman, Thomas, Waterloo
Foster, Jerzy D., Greenfield, 186, 187,
Foster, Karen Kay, Washington, 235
Foster, Linda Kay, Fulton, Michigan
Foster, Shirley May, Alexander, 113,
Foster, Vernard Eugene, Des Moines
Fouts, Harlan, Rockwell City
Fowler, Elizabeth Ann, Grinnell
Fowler, Genevieve, Grinnell
Fowler, Virginia Carol, Cedar Falls
Fox, Ann Barbre, Ames
Fox, Kay Ann, Dallas Center, 133, 201
Fox, Wayne Howard, Waterloo
Franck, Eugene Richard, Hudson
Frandsen, Richard, Cedar Falls
Franey, Charles Jerome, Jefferson
Frank, Dale Robert, Cresco
Frank, Ella Elizabeth, Mount Auburn
Frank, Walter John Jr., Olin, 198
Franke, Mary Jean, Fort Dodge
Franke, Russell, Duane, Waterloo
Fraser, Fae Jeanne, Mason City, 113,
Fraser, Richard Quinlan, Algona
Fratzke, Enoch, Oelwein
Fredricksen, Mary Lou, Grundy Center,
110, 202, 246
Fredrickson, Earl Don, Cedar Falls, 200
Freeburg, Janice Kaye, Spencer, 193,
Freeland, Esther, Cambridge, 113, 223,
Gerst, Raymond Paul, Oakville
Freeman, Roger Kent, Mt. Vernon, 106,
153, 154, 177, 187, 255
Freese, Sharon Kay, Ackley
Freese, William Charles, Wiota, 266
Frey, Edwina Kay, Pleasantville
Frey, Richard Charles, Antigo,
Fridlingron, Norma, Dallas, 115
Friedley, Bonnie Delle, Waterloo
Friesner, Shirley, Cedar Falls
Frisk, Mary Helen, Mason City
Fritchen, Betty R.uth, Richland, 134
Fritz, Marcia Joan, Greenfield, 226
Fromm, Geraldine Grace, Mason City,
Froning, Janet Claire, La Porte City
Froom, Emily Kay, Cedar Falls
Froom, Kent Forest, Pomeroy, 257, 266
Frownfelter, Forrest, Creston
Froyen, Len Arthur, Clarion, 108, 119,
Fruehling, Ann Stacy, Ames
Fruehling, Donald, Cedar Falls, 266
Fruehling, Merlin Dean, Fort Madison
Fry, Jack R., Vinton, 266
Fry, Warren DeWayne, La Porte City,
Fry, Yvonne McCandless, Cedar Falls
Fuhs, Ernest John, Eddyville, 119, 192,
Fuhs, Francis Edward, Eddyville, 192
Fujimoto, Fumiko, Honolulu, Hawaii
Fuller, Charles, Blue Earth, Minnesota,
135, 136, 143, 211, 238
Fuller, Joan Clarice, Clear Lake
Fuller, Loretta lrene, Goodell
Fuller, Mary Elizabeth, Spencer
Fuller, M. Jerry, Grinnell, 194
Funk, Dean Albert, Waterloo, 241
Fye, Bonnieta Bernice, Webster City
Gaarde, Cheryl Kay, Armstrong
Gabel, Janice Ann, Swea City, 100, 134
Gabrielson, Donald Leo, Des Moines,
153, 255, 267
Gaddis, Earlene, Muscatine
Gaffri, Mary Louise, Mason City, 133
Gager, Gretchen Ann, Cedar Falls
Gallaher, Dave Lyle, Vinton
Galloway, Mary Ann, Waterloo, 251
Galvin, Robert Edward, Burlington
Gamet, John Pierce, Cedar Falls
Gannon, Donald Leo, Colfax, 267
Gannon, Loretta Ann, Spencer, 235
Gannon, Mary Elizabeth, Delmar, 267
Garbee, Everett Lee, Fayette
Garcia, Felicitas, Manila, Philippines,
Gardner, Donna Marie, Humeston, 193,
233, 234, 244, 249
Gardner, James Berton, Swea City, 132,
137, 177, 187, 255
Gardner, Patricia Mae, Council Bluffs,
Gardner, Ronald Dean, Waterloo
Gardner, William Douglas, Waterloo,
Garman, Merle Allen, Britt, 173, 187,
Garoutte, Virginia, Adel, 133, 191, 197
Garrison, Ronald Dwight, Ottumwa,
Gaskill, Beverly Joan, Corning
Gasper, Thomas Paul, Albia, 192, 256
Gates, Robert Gene, Mason City
Gaudes, Douglas Thomas, Cedar Falls
Gaunt, Carol Ann, St. Anthony, 106,
113, 215, 251
Gaunt, Nancy Lois, Cedar Rapids, 196
Geisler, Barbara Joan, Waterloo
Gelder, Janet Carol, Hampton, 239
Gerberding, Barbara Kay, Waverly
Gerdes, James Allen, Jesup
Gerdes, Janice Carson, Scranton, 243
Gerling, Doris Ann, Mediapolis, 198,
Gesell, William Edward, Cedar Falls
Gibbs, Warren Craig, Humeston
Giblin, Gail Patricia, Dubuque, 192,
Gibson, Barbara Ellen, Waterloo
Gibson, Ralph Kenneth, Mediapolis,
Gibson, Ronald Lee, Keokuk
Giddings, Albert, Clinton, 198
Gideon, Janice Elaine, Norwalk, 134
Gidley, Janet Ann, Newton
Giebelstein, Marvin, Ames, 177, 267
Gienger, Gerry Lee, Waterloo, 170, 171,
Gieseman, Sally Ann, Sumner, 243
Gilbert, Ronald Eugene, Cheyenne,
Wyoming, 131, 267
Gilliatt, Kay Ann, Garrison, 134, 201
Gillispie, Norvin, Waterloo
Gilmore, Mary Ellen, New Providence
Gilpin, Larry Lee, Fort Dodge, 153, 267
Gilreath, Terrel Janet, Ames
Ginger, Theresa Ann, Spencer, 246
Gipple, Richard George, Columbus
Girard, Delmar W., Waterloo
Gissible, Leona Lou, Massena
Glassell, William Lee, Garner, 215
Glessner, Roy Lee, Waterloo
Glidden, Wallace Ward, Waterloo
Glidewell, Doris Mae, Des Moines
Glorfeld, Louis Earl, Waterloo
Goarcke, Ronald Earl, Waterloo
Gobeli, Janice Jo Ann, Lake City, 115
Gode, Janet Kay, Clinton, 236
Godfredson, Rita Marie, Swea City
Goebel, Patricia Ann, Tripoli
Goerdt, Darris Lawrence, Epworth
Goetz, Carol Kay, Wesley, 192
Gohman, James Dennis, Cedar Falls
Gohman, Richard Walter, Cedar Falls,
Goldapp. Jean, McClelland, 106, 113,
190. 198. 223. 253. 267
Goodlaxson, Marlene, Creston
Goodrich, Mabel Dawson, Waterloo
Goodwin, Donald Dean, Wellman
Goodwin, J anyce Kay, Rockwell City
Gootee, Dale Francis, Manchester, 231
Gopperton, Norma Ann, Peterson
Gore, Janice Lee, Ames
Gorham, Richard Eugene, Washington
Gordon, Betty Jean, Manly
Gordon, Helen Jane, Waterloo
Gordon, Suzanne, Newton, 108, 136, 219,
Gorham, James David, Washington
Goslin, Harriet Klohs, Cedar Falls, 284
Goss, Vivian Audrey, Clinton, 243
Gourley, Edward Allan, Corwith, 117,
170, 171, 255
Gowen, R. Linwood, Cedar Falls
Grabe, Arno Kai, Norway
Grady, Marlin, Cedar Falls, 267
Graeber, Thomas Philip, Conrad
Graff, Marjorie Helen, Mallard
Graham, John Francis, Cedar Falls
Grammer. Marjorie. Liscomb. 193
Grandgeorge, Joyce, Webster City, 206
Granger. Jerald Roy, Canby, Minnesota
Grant. Donald Albert, Corwith
Grant, Genevieve. Anthon. 134-
Grappendore, Donald, Waterloo
Graskewicz. Sally Ann, Decatur. lllinois
106, 108, 110, 208, 219, 245, 267
Graves, Jane Lavonne, Harlan. 191, 236
Graves, Margie llale, Melvin
Graves, Max Robert, Cedar Falls
Graves, Richard G., Hartley
Gray, Henry William, Sabula, 117
Greelis. John Robert, Waterloo
, Barbara Louise, Sask, Canada
Green, Dolores Louise, Rembrandt, 240,
Green, Frances Jean, Ames, 110, 126,
Green, James Reed, Washington, 119
Greenwood, Charles, Cedar Falls, 178,
Grego, Leroy Sullivan, Cedar Falls
Gregory, John Carl, Oelwein, 233
Greiman. Shirley Lou, Garner, 226
Grempel, Rosalie Mae, Webster City
Claudia Lou, Cedar Falls
Greve, Keith Eugene, Tipton
Griffin, Richard Lee, Stuart, 267
Griffith, Carole Sue, Sac City
Clark Wayne, Eddyville
Grimmius, Linda Joan, Grundy Center,
Griner, Eva Darlene. Cedar Falls, 267
Grinnell, Helen, Dunkerton, 268
Grippen, Suzanne, Mason City, 236. 240
Karen Nona, Northwood, 198
Groothius, Orville, Aplington
Gross, Carol Jean, Grand Junction,
Don Franklin, Des Moines
Groth, Donald James, Denison
Grove, Richard Lee, Waterloo, 244
Grow, Lora Marie, Madrid, 235
GruPP, James William, Cedar Falls,
133, 135, 137
Grupp, Kathryn, Cedar Falls
Grush, Janice Irene, Webster, 214
her, William, Vinton, 208, 268
Guess, Goldie Gay, LuVern
Gugeler, Mary Carolyn, Burlington, 220,
Guhl, Glenda Jo, Olin
Guldager, Lyle David, Cedar Falls
Guldberg, Larry Dean, Hampton, 170,
Gulick, John Carr, Cedar Falls
Gunderson, David, Lake Mills, 112
Gunderson, Marie, Lake Mills, 198, 253
Gunnell, Audrey Faith, Waterloo, 252
Gurtiza, Helen, Hanapepe Kauai,
Hawaii, 110, 113, 228, 229
Mary Diane, Belle Plaine, 197,
Gustafson, Herbert, Waterloo
Gustafson, Jane Carolyn, Cherokee
Gustafson, Marian, Roland
echt, Arthur, Hudson
Gutknecht, Leroy, Hudson
Guy, Celia Marie, Waterloo
Graham, Ray Leonard, Cedar Falls Haber, Caryl Jean, WHWTJOO, 199
Haberman, Leland John, Spirit Lake
Hackerson, Rosemary. Des Moines
Hadachek, Terry Joe, Dysart
Hafar, Derol William, Cedar Falls
Hagan, Carole Audrey. She-llsburg. 202,
Ilagebak, Beaumont Roger, Blue Earth,
Hagedorn, Barbara Ann. Carroll
Hagedorn, Mary Louise. Toledo, 139
Hagerdon, Dona Dean. Mapleton, 147
Hagge, Neoma Jean, Carroll, 143
Hahn, Robert Dee, Mason City, 111,
Hakes, Shirley Bahn, Cedar Falls, 268
Hala, Marilyn Louise, Tama, 139. 143.
192. 237, 249
Halbert, Esther Lucille, Independence
Hall, Channing Glasgow, Tipton
Hall, Robert Eugene, Cedar Falls. 268
Haller, Marvin Dale, Muscatine, 268
Haller, Susan, Ottumwa, 132, 135, 137,
Halligan, Patrick Allen, Fort Dodge,
155. 154, 155, 167, 169, 170, 171, 187
Halligan, Sidney James, Moorland
Hallman, Milton Allen, Jesup, 139, 140
142, 204, 210, 221. 222, 268
Halmrast, Sharon, Fort Dodge
Halpin, Mary Patricia. Hazleton
Halstead. Clara Mae, West Union
Halstead, Terry, Marion, 111, 190, 193,
Halsted, Claudia Kay, Chariton
Halupnick, Joan Mae, Traer
Hambly, Olive Regan. Cedar Falls
Hamed, Mohamed Bob, Cedar Rapids
Hamilton, Edna Suzanne, Cedar Falls
Hamilton, Irma Rose, Ames, 226
Hamilton, Robin Lynn, Sioux City
Hammer, Ronald Jerome, Swea City
Hand, Carol Ann, Dewitt, 192, 228, 233
Hanes. Roy Charles, Waterloo
Alice Marie, Roland
Donald Julius, Council Bluffs,
Evelyn Lucille, New Hartford,
Glenn LeRo Ham ton
Hansen, y, p
, Jon E., Waterloo, 135, 137
Karen Marie, Iowa Falls, 114,
, Karlene Ann, Gladbrook, 194,
, Lavonne Kay, Elwood
Patricia Louise, Luverne, 238,
Roger Dean, Manilla
Susan Audrey, Pewaukee,
Wisconsin, 248, 268
Hansen, Verla Pipho, Waterloc
Hansen, William, Waterloo
Hanson, Jack Julian, Elgin
Hanson, James Roger, Dickinson, North
Hanson, Karen Irene, Fort Dodge, 236
Hanson, Reed Edward, West Union
Hanson, Shirley Irene, St. Ansgar
Hanson, W. M., Waterloo
Hanus, Dorothy Barbara, Traer, 213,
227, 228, 268
Hanzelka, Therese Ann, Tama, 113, 134,
Hapgood, Gregory Owen, Blairstown
Happe, Margo Jean, Spirit Lake, 192
Happel, Robert Duwayne, Marion, 107,
1-larai, Stanley Fujio, Kona, Hawaii,
Harbach, Janice Marie, D:-lbi
Hardacre, Barbara Ann, Cedar Rapids
Harder, Carol Alan, Missouri Valley
Harder, Dolores Elaine, Cedar Falls
Harder, Robert Orval, Cedar Falls
Hardy, Elona Jeanine, Clarion, 135,
Hare, Leonard John, Waterloo
Hare, Robert Lavern, Waterloo
Haring, Raymond Glenn, Clinton, 137
Harken, Richard Dale, Shell Rock
Harms, Roger Allen, George
Harned. Jacqueline, Cedar Falls, 268
Harned, Ollis Hayes, Jr., Cedar Falls
Harold, Fern Hepker. Cedar Falls
Harold, Naomi Fern, Cedar Falls, 90,
91, 97, 243
Harper, David Douglas, Waterloo
Harper, James. Waterloo
Harpin, Barbara Joan, Creston
Harrington, Janice Lee, Ackley
Harrington, Leonard, Maynard
Harris, Barbara Colleen, Grinnell, 194
Harris, Joy Ann, Grinnell, 194, 217,
Harrison, Dale Eugene, Creston, 228
Harrison, Joyce Aileen, Indianola
Harsh, Gerald Duane, Adel
Hart, Beverly Jean, Webb
Hart, Donald Eugene, Clinton, 153, 231,
Hart, 'Frances Irene, Cedar Falls
Harter, Robert Keith, Rockford, Illinois
117, 135, 137, 198, 256
Hartman, Marlene, Rodman, 192
Hartman, William, Creston, 132, 135,
200, 211, 239
Hartmann, Geraldine, Pocahontas, 134
Harty, Don Lester, Cedar Falls
Hartzler, Dale Milton, Westchester
Harvey, Cora Luella, Waterloo
Harwell, Jean Joyce, Waterloo, 250
Hasbrouck, David Earl, Waterloo
Hasbrouck, Donald, New Hartford
Hascall, Wayne, Shelby, 225
Haselton, Bruce Edwin, Cedar Falls
Hasstedt, Madonna Jean, Ogden, 235
Hatch, Carol Jane, Davenport, 201, 225,
Hatfield, William Kale, Park Ridge,
Hau, George J., New Hampton
Hauenstein, Mary E., Tracy, 268
Hauff, Sara Jane, Merrill, 236
Hauge, Verles Elaine, Lake Mills, 135,
136, 137, 143, 238
Haugh, Irene Frances, Ayrshire
Haun, James Edwin, Winterset
Hauser, Emma Jane, Cedar Falls, 218,
227, 245, 269
Hauser, Joseph Francis, Burlington, 162
Havemann, Ronald, Muscatine
Havlik, Helen Jean, Waterloo
Haworth, Sally Ruth, Grand Junction,
Hawthorne, Judith Ann, De Witt, 133,
135, 201, 233, 247
Hayden, John Leon, Cedar Falls
Hayden, Judith Anne, Cedar Falls, 191,
Hayes, Alice M. Shirey, Waterloo
Hayes, Audrey Jane, Cedar Falls, 90,
108, 217, 225, 269
Hayes, Donald Paul, Buckingham
Hayes, James Harold, Waterloo
Hayes, Robert John, Waterloo
Hays, Carl Horton, Dallas Center, 254
Hazama. Charles Kenich, Cedar Falls,
Hazen, Roger Dennis, Washington, 200
Hazlett, James Allen, Monona, 153, 256
Head, Carolyn Jane, Toledo
Head, Sharon Joyce, Toledo, 235
Healey, John Thomas, Waterloo
Hearst, Sarah Elizabeth, Cedar Falls
Heath, Thomas Harry, Rake
Heaton, Richard, Cedar Falls, 168, 169,
Heaton, Ronald George, Waterloo, 170
Hebbeln. Wilbur R., Waterloo
Hecker. Carole Sue, Cedar Falls
Hecker, Howard J., Audubon, 231, 269
Hedges, Joy Iola, Bagley
Hedges, Lynn Singer, Spirit Lake
Heeren, Delores Joan, Jewell, 113
Heft, Julianne Esther, Hancock, 198,
Hegland, Julieann, Ames
Heide, Carol Joanne, Cresco
Heiden. John Harry, Denison, 89, 132,
Heiken, Donna Jean, Gray, 235
Heiken, Jerold Clarence, Cedar Falls
Heiken, Loretta Mae, Gray, 235
Heil, David Frank, Mankato, Minnesota,
Heileman, Gene Charles, Cedar Falls
Hein, Russell Franklin, Fairbank
Heins, Delores Joan, Victor, 199, 214
Heinselman, Donald Ray, Waterloo
Heinselman, James Lee, Waverly, 269
Heitland, James Edwin, Forest City
Held, Lois Ilene, Geneva, 133, 269
Held, Virginia Lea, Charles City
Heldenbrand, Judith, Booneville
Helland, Chester Edward, La Porte
Helland, David Lewis, Belmond, 269
Hellem, Margery Banton, Waterloo
Helm, Harlan Eugene, Crystal Lake, 269
Helmers, Elizabeth Joan, Gilmore City
Helmers, Harlan Harry, Algona
Helming, Sharon Lee, Cresco, 135, 137,
Helvick, James Peter, Humboldt, 133,
147, 149, 198. 243
Henak, Richard Merle, Lohrville, 200
Hennessy, Donald Dean, Toledo
Henningsen, Roger James, Graettinger
Hensel, Marcia Louise, Auburn, 249
Hensley, John Raymond, Liscomb
Hensley, Linda Schenk, Marshalltown
Hensley, Marie Ellen, Liscomb
Hensley, Robert Lee, Cumberland, 173,
Hensley, William Franc, Cumberland
Henry, Gloria Jean, Cedar Falls
Henry, Rita A., Waukon
Henze, Mary Vance, Cedar Falls
Herbert, Pauline, Cedar Falls
Herbleib, Gordon, Cedar Falls
Herbold, Donald Dean, Correctionville,
Herbst, J. Adel, Algona, 100, 132, 250
Herman, Frieda Zwecher, Cedar Falls
Herold, Valeria Mary, Fort Atkinson
Herron, Barbara Ann, Red Oak, 100,
192, 224, 236
Hershberger, James, Kalona, 102, 154,
187, 255, 269
Hertel, Susan, Burlington
Hess, Harvey Jason, Waterloo, 137
Hess, James Michael, Clinton, 200
Hess, Karen Rae, Jamaica
Hesse, Arlyn, Waterloo
Hesse, Ramona Margaret, Cedar Falls
Hetzer, Marilu, Tipton
Hewlett, Kay Carolyn, Pomeroy, 214,
Heying, .I0hn Charles, Ionia, 117, 192
Hickman, JoAnn, Sheldon, 235
Higa, Kosei, Cedar Falls, 181, 187, 269
Higdon, Stanley Paul, Waterloo, 177,
Higgins, Mary A., Traer, 243
Hilbert, Walter Edgar, Cedar Falls, 269
Hildebrandt, Betty Ann, Tripoli, 248
Hileman, Geraldine, Waterloo
I-lileman, Shirley. Waterloo
Hill, Barbara Jane, Coin, 243
Hill, Mahlon Lyle. Cedar Rapids, 198
Hilleman, Janet Marie, Marshalltown,
Hillman, Gail Eleanor, Stanley
I-Iilmer, Beverly Jean, Waterloo, 89, 269
Himan, Leland Harold, Palmer
Hime, Gerald John, Onawa, 135, 137,
Himes, Robert Thomas, Liscomb, 270
Hinde, Judith Anne, Epworth, 192, 248
Hinman, Claudia Rae, Council Bluffs
Hintze, Rebecca, Newhall
Hiserodt. Donald Dean, Algona
Hodges, Dorothy Kay, Carroll, 137
Hodoway, Judith Diane, Hawarden
Larry Earl, Redfield
Hoeft, Carolyn Ann, Garner, 199
Hoeg, Eloise Elaine. Reinbeck, 195, 220
andolyn, Reinbeck, 194, 195, 225
Hoepner, Virginia, Reinbeck
Hoeppner, Eldon, Dinsdale
Hoerman, Vern LeRoy, Clarksville
Hofer, Doris Marie, Tama, 106
Hoffman, Carolyn Ann, Hudson
Hoffman, Rodney Hill, Storm Lake, 231
Hofsommer, Donovan, Spencer
Hogan, Blanche, Waterloo
Hogue, Gary Eugene, Odebolt, 256
Hogue, Sandra Kay, Eldon
Hohl, Marlene Lucille, Donnellson
Hoing, Charles Dale, Cedar Falls
Ann Marie, Mason City, 135
Holden, Joann Evelyn, Manly, 115, 134
Holl, Eldon Anthony, Dyersville, 192
Holland, Gloria, Inwood, 147
Holland, Irene Marie, Dexter, 214
Holle, James C., Clinton, 270
Marneta Jean, Redfield
Hollingsworth, Patsy, Blairsburg, 195
Hollis, Patricia, Cedar Falls
Holm, Mary Leta, New Hartford, 236
Holmes, Ardis Mae, Montour, 270
Holmes, Dennis Lowell, Cherokee
Holmes Donald Keith, Cedar Falls, 270
Holmes, Mary Kathryn, Wyoming, 201
Holmes, Max J., Nashua
Holmes, Ruthann, Grinnell
om, Donald, West Union
om, Harold Lee, Hazleton, 132,
Holsclaw, Harry, Cedar Falls
Holst, Joyce Kay, Clutier
Holstrum, Marlowe Dale, Stanhope
Holtan, Larry Layne, Lake Mills, 198,
237, 243, 254
Holtapp, Joan Kae, Storm Lake, 133,
Holte, Karl Emrud, Ruthven
Holz, Gwendolyn June, New Hampton,
39, 141, 142, 198, 236
Homan, Roger Arthur, Freeport, Illinois
David Andrew, Muscatline
Janice Ruth, Marshalltown
Hopp, Harold Wesley, Moville
Hoppe, Nancy Joan, Gladbrook
Donald Adol h Belmond
1 P ,
Homolar, Karen Ann, Elberon, 197, 226
Hoogland, Norbert James, Orange City,
Horak, Larry Douglas, Waterloo
orothy Irene, Fort Dodge, 199,
Horn, Sally Emily, Fort Dodge, 2, 108,
109, 113, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143, 204,
09, 219, 237, 270
Eugene Dennis, Cedar Falls
Horton, Michael William, Des Moines,
Hoskins, Lynette, Hubbard, 115, 134
Hoskins, Mary Susan, Richland, 133,
218. 227, 270
Hostetler, Robert A., Cedar Falls
Hotek, Ronald Ray, Otho, 222, 233
Hotz, Judith Ann, Fort Dodge, 251
Houg, Donovan Allyn, Mason City
Hovelson, Jack Volney, Waterloo, 270
Hovey. Janice Lee, Badger, 224, 227
Howard, Donald Eugene, Ottumwa
Howard, Jerry Allen, Clutier
Howe, Mary Lynne, Ames, 114, 240,
Howell, Alwilda DeJon, Waterloo
Howell, Francis, Sioux City
Howell, Willard John, Columbus Junc-
Hoyer. Rita Kay, Fort Dodge
Hron, Wilma Marie, Elma, 192
Huckins, Dorothy Ann, Center Point
Hudepohl. Annette Ruth, Oxford, 270
Hudson, Gary Austin, Terril
Hudson, Virginia Ann, Waterloo, 110,
113, 243, 244, 252
Huel, Dorothy Holt, Waterloo
Huffman, Max Edward, Spencer
Hugen, Leonard Paul, Bussey
Huisman, Alvin Floyd, Parkersburg
Humeston, Sandra Suzanne, Albia, 100,
Humke, Mary Catherine, Ackley, 134
Hummel, Cheryl Ann, Waterloo
Humpal, Jerome Arthur, Waterloo
Humphrey, Frederick, Cedar Falls, 145,
Hupfeld, Elaine Jean, Dysart
Hurley, James C., Evansdale
Hurt, Beverly Florence, Davenport, 107,
108, 270, 307
Hurt, Joyce Nadine, Iowa City 250
Husmann, Anita, Clinton
Husmann, Phyllis, Anamosa
Huss, Gerald Louis, Royal, 132, 270
Huss, Howard William, Royal
Huston, Marcia Jane, Cedar Falls
Hutchins, Keith Leon, Waterloo
Hutchison, Bernard, Martensdale
Hutzell, Carol Collins, Algona, 147, 270
Hutzell, Floyd Jerome, Algona, 147, 148,
Idso, Marlene Joyce, Archer
Ihle, Shirley Ann, Elmore, Minnesota
Ihns, Joseph Ermal, Lime Springs
Illingsworth, Robert N., Newton
Immings, Betty Jane, Aplington
Inamasu, Helen Satsuki, Kahului,
Hawaii, 208, 223, 270, 284
Ingram, James Michael, Davenport, 196
Inman, Clara Hill, Evansdale
Inoshita, June Tsuyako, Kapaa Kauai,
Irvine, Mary Elizabeth, Waterloo
Irwin, Betty Jean, Bellevue, 202, 214,
Isenhart, Alja Jane, Davenport, 236
Isenhower, Robert, Hudson, 162
Ito, Asako, Hilo, Hawaii, 227
Ivener, Evelyn Lorraine, Salix
Iverson, Jeanne Rae, Spencer
Iverson, Merlin Gerald, Cresco
Ivey, Richard Michael, Ogden, 192
Jackson, Colleen, State Center, 253, 271
Jackson, Marilyn Jean, Waukee, 245
Jacob, Joyce Elizabeth, Melbourne
Jacobi, Esther B., Waterloo
Jacobs, Barbara June, Buckingham, 114
Jacobsen, Norma Faye, Meriden
Jacobson, Bernard, Fayette
Jacobson, Delores, Ames
Jacobson, Donna Lee, Cedar Falls
Jacobson, Ronald Eugene, West Union
Jacobson, Vicki Ann, Waterville
arryl Dean Hugo, Manning
Jain3es, Harold Harlan, Ottumwa, 135,
James, Stanley Russell, Mt. Vernon, 200
James, Wendell Elmer, Ogden, 257, 271
Arlene Joann, Blairsburg, 235
Janssen, Bernadine, Rudd
Janssen, Faye Beverly, Goodell, 238
Janssen, Jerry Frederick, Mason City,
Janssen, Shirley Ann, Rodman, 199, 227
Jarchow, Ronald Dean, Oelwein, 117,
Jarvis, Carlene R., Cedar Falls
Jarvis, Jeanette, Austin, Minnesota,
Jaschen, Duane Moritz, Waterloo
Jay, Richard L., Lynnville
Jenkins, Janet Jean, Council Bluffs
Jenkins, John Herbert, Waukon
Jenkins, Marshal Edward, Waterloo
Jennings, Frances E., Tipton
Jensen, David Hawley, Cedar Falls
Jensen, Dean Henry, Owatonna,
Jensen, Delores, Honey Creek
Dennis Paul, Sioux City, 108,
111, 185, 212, 256, 271
Jensen, Glenn Burdette, Elk Horn, 257,
Jensen, Gloria C., Ruthven
Jensen, James Lee, Cedar Falls
Jensen, Jerry Lee, Waterloo
Jensen, Jane June, Independence
Jensen, Kenneth George, Cedar Falls,
132, 135, 254
Jensen, Kenneth George, Independence
Jensen, Kenneth Gordon, George
Jensen, Ronald Lawrance, Cedar Falls
Jenson, Keith Garmon, Ottosen
Jepsen, David Andrew, Dumont
Jepsen, Sandra Jane, Denison, 202, 203
Jentz, Janice Ann, Fenton
Jespersen, Myrna Rae, Estherville, 203,
Jirak, Gordon Edmund, Cedar Falls
Johannsen, Jon Arthur, Dubuque
Johansen, Harold Dale, Coulter
Johansen, Janice, Cedar Falls
Johns, Phyllis Ann, Britt
Johnson, Arnold, Cedar Falls
Johnson, Betty Lou, Crawfordsville, 271
Johnson, Beulah Anne, New Hampton,
, Diana Louise, Keokuk, 201,
Johnson, Donald Glen, George
Johnson, Donald Richard, Chicago,
Johnson, Doris Marie, Dows, 114, 226
Johnson, Eldon Merrill, Janesville
Johnson, Emily Louise, Pilot Mound,
Johnson, Glenn Frederick, Missouri
Johnson, James Arthur, Marshalltown
. Janice Diane, Des Moines
, Judith L., Cedar Falls, 113,
Harold Dean, Montpelier
, Jerry Donald, West Des Moines
, Joretta Carle, Waterloo
Kathryn R., Irvington
Johnson, Malcolm Kaye, New Hampton
Johnson, Marilyn Ann, Pope Joy, 135,
Johnson, Marlene H., Lone Tree
Johnson, Milton Dean, Ottosen, 162
Johnson, Norma Jean, Jefferson
Johnson, Patty Hake, Cedar Falls, 108,
205, 208, 219, 271
Johnson, Peggy Lea, Curlew
Johnson, Peter, Cedar Falls. 132, 147
Johnson, Phyllis C., Decorah
Kaplan, Clark, Moorland, 131, 272
Kappes, Donald Howard, Maynard
Karamitros, Bessie Sam, Mason City
Karkosh, Minnie Pauline, Waterloo
Kauffman. Karen Faye, Buffalo, 236
Kauzlarich, John W., Clinton
Kay, Joanne Helen, Davenport,
Kay, Virginia Ann, Davenport
Keehn, Jay Darrell, Grundy Center
Keele, Eric James, Blencoe
Kehoe, Lawrence Eugene, Waterloo
Kelch, Joan Eloise, West Branch
Keller, Scott Jameson, Adel
Kellerhals, Paul W., Tipton
Kelley, George Patrick, Cedar Falls, 131
Kelley, Richard Yancey, Des Moines
Kellogg, Janann Avis, Strawberry Point,
110, 114, 240
ann, Jerry Arthur, Martensdale,
Kline. Charles Leroy, Cedar Falls, 131
Kline. Jerold Laverene, Exira
Kline. Phyllis Buttler, Exira
Kling. Esther Louise, Newton, 198
Klink Donald Paul, Maxwell
Kelly, Beverly Joyce, Hampton
Kelly. Karen Ruth, Fort Dodge, 236
Norma Jean, West Des Moines
Kathryn Ann, Mason City
Kelso, Dorothy Shannon, Cedar Falls
Kelso, Earnest Lyle, Emmetsburg
Johnson, Richard A., Waterloo
Johnson, Richard Carl, Ottosen
Johnson, Robert Thomas, Ottosen, 228
Johnson, Rochelle, Irvington, 147
Johnson, Roger Lykke, Elk Horn, 198
Johnson, Sylvia Marilyn, Cedar Falls.
Johnson, Valdon Lavern, Cedar Falls
Johnston, Carole Jones, Zearing
Jones, Drexel Eugene, Manly, 271
Jones Gwendolyn lone, Olin, 139, 214
Jones Jerry Rodrian, Nashua, 187, 257
Jones John Kenneth, Cedar Falls, 137,
208. 233, 271
Jones, Jim Lee, Des Moines
Jones, Marilyn Belle, Newton. 139, 142,
148 243, 247
Jones, Norman Wiley, West Union
Jones, Robert Junior, Waterloo
Jones, Shirley Mae, Dayton, 214, 235
Jones, Thomas Henry, Ogden, 257
Jonker, Vera Mae, Orange City, 113,
Jontz, Denzel Ray, Rockwell, 271
Joranko, Merle William, Cedar Falls,
Jordan. Virginia Ann. Linn Grove, 108,
217, 225. 244. 245
Jorgensen, Harriet L., Sioux City, 236
Jorgensen, James Allen, New Hartford
Juan, Clarence, Lanai, Hawaii, 229
Jugenheimer, Janet Ann, Davenport, 224
Juhl, Raymond Paul, Cedar Falls
Juhler, Amold Paul, Waterloo, 254,
Jungersen, Judith Anne, Inwood, 235
Jungman, Carol Ann, Booneville
Justice, Carol Ann, Rockwell City, 115,
Jutting, Eldon John, Buffalo Center
Kading, Kathleen Y., Knoxville, 197,
Kading, Mary Ellen, Knoxville
Kaeding, Harold E., Reeseville,
Kahl, Doris Arlene, Ida Grove, 240
Kagnz, Iola Maria, Elkader, 233, 237,
Kalianov, Nick Raymond, Evansdale
Kaminga, Shirley K., Cedar Falls
Kamp, Alice Mildred, Dubuque, 192
Kao, Ruth Lee, Cedar Falls, 210, 271
Kapfer, Philip Gordon, Denison, 199
Kapfer, Richard Gordon. Denison, 90
Kemp, Floyd Ralph, Cedar Falls
Kemper, Carolyn Lee, Sharon, Pennsyl-
vania, 134, 202, 248
Kemper, Catherine Anne, Muscatine,
Kennedy, Martha Ann, Washington
Kennedy, Robert Peter, Cedar Rapids
Kenny, Roberta Louise, Waterloo, 90,
97, 106, 110, 186, 192, 206, 239, 245
Kersten, Richard Lee. Dysart. 272
Kessler, Darlene Marie, West Branch,
Ketch, William C., Des Moines, 255
Ketelsen. Evelyn Casey, Baldwin
Kewley, Lois Ann, Waukon
Kibbie. William Lee, Cedar Rapids,
Kirlwell, Ann, Freeport, Illinois, 133,
192. 233. 246
Kies, Mary Ann, Waterloo
Kiesey, Daniel Ode, Washington, 137
Kilgore, Robert F., Mason City
Kilpatrick, Phyllis, Winterset
Kilstofte, Don R., Roland
Kilts, Lavonne Ruth, Arnolds Park
Kimrey. Donna Rae, Woodward, 200,
201, 218, 227, 272
Kim. Suk Kou, Seoul, Korea, 2, 85, 139,
141, 142, 204, 256
Kindig, Robert Louis, Cedar Falls
King, James Emery, Cedar Falls
King, John Richard. Waterloo
King. Jo Ann, Nevada. 134, 235
King, Karen Rae, Winterset, 201
Kingery. Betty Jeanne, Greene
Kingland, Norma L., Forest City
Kingsolver, Julia Ann, Tabor, 226
Kinkade. Margaret Fern, Milford, 235
Kinrade, Doris, Maquoketa
Kintzel. Marilyn Ann. Clarence, 248
Kinzler, Allan Karl, Waterloo, 170
Kipp, Charlene A., Tipton, 134, 192
Kirchhoff, Stanley F., Oelwein
Kirchner, Duwayne G., Elma
Kirkpatrick, Mary Ann, Cedar Falls
Kirlin, Hazel Rose, Buckingham
Kiscr, Janice Ann, Wilton Junction,
Kittrell, Ronald John, Waterloo
Klahn, Bethel Elaine, Wheatland, 235
Klar, Ruth Kay, Grundy Center, 202
Klatt, Robert Carl, Cherokee
Klatt, Sheryl Ann, State Center
Klaus, Thomas Lee, Manchester
Klein, Phyllis Wray, Burlington, 136,
240. 242, 272
Klcinheksal, Marjorie, Waterloo
Klink, Rose Lee, Elkport
Kloostra, Leon. Cedar Falls, 199
Knickman, Helen Mary, Silver City
Kniep. Ronald Roger, Bridgewater
Knobloch, Adolph Leroy, Alvord, 117,
Knock, Joanne Kay, Marengo, 115
Knock. Robert Duane, Marengo, 153,
Knott, Mary Margaret, Boxholm
Knutlson, Gary A.. Cedar Falls
Koch. Charles Edward, Denison, 117
Koch, Franklin Wescott, Tripoli, 211,
Koch. Gordon Claire, Hudson
Koch, Janet Louise, Clinton, 214
Koch, Roland Elmer, Clinton
Kock. Don Charles, Rockford
Kodani, Betty Hideko, Hilo, Hawaii,
Koefoed, Calleta P., Cedar Falls
Koenig, Frederick E., Elysian,
Koestler, Dale Alvin, Cedar Falls
Koevenig, James Louis, Postville, 285
Kohls, Jo Anne Ruth, Strawberry Point,
132, 200, 216, 246, 272
Kole, Marius Leroy, Cedar Falls
Kollman, Victor Herbert, Waterloo, 135,
Kolpek, Richard James, Traer
Kolsrud, Charles S., De Witt
Kolsrud, Don Harris, Kewanee, Illinois,
177, 255, 272
Konno, Thomas Hajime, Cedar Falls,
Kool, Joyce Diane, Sanborn
Koolbeck, Richard R., Garner, 173, 187,
Koos, David Ervin, Shelby, 153, 255
Kopecky, Norman W., Clutier
Korns. Kathryn June, Hartwick, 114,
Kotscher, John Karl, Waterloo
Kough, Max Allyn, Waterloo
Kragenbrink, Joanne, Earlville, 113, 198
Krambeer, Rita Mae, Luana, 202, 203,
Kramer, Donald Henry, Allison, 198,
Kramersmeier, Lavonne, Buffalo Center
Krampe, Darlene Donna, Baxter, 235
Krapek, Mary Ann, Osage
Krava, Jacqueline M., Le Claire, 201,
Krebs, Luella Irene, Waterloo
Kreitzer, Wayne L., Ridgeway, 117
Kriens, Richard Duane, Belmond, 272
Kroeger, Edna Berghefe, Belmond
Kroeger, Kathleen Emma, Eldridge
Krose, Peter Allen, Sanborn
Krueger, Frederick H., Cedar Falls
Krumm, Larry Duane, Grinnell, 257,
Krumrey, Darwin Lloyd, Charles City
Kruse, Elinore Ruth, Grundy Center,
Kruse, Leon E., Tipton, 231, 272
Kruse, Marvin Dwayne, Waterloo
Kubik, Rudy Richard, Clutier, 177, 192,
Kucera, Patricia Ann, Cedar Rapids,
115, 134, 201, 225
Kuch, Leland Earl, Van Horne, 102,
173, 175, 187, 199. 272
Kuelil, Henry W., Cedar Falls
Kuenstling, Alberta H., Waterloo
Kuhn, Margaret Mary. Calmar, 227,
Kunkle, Paul Harlan, Charles City, 272
Kunzman, Helen Marie, Douds
Kutzner, James W.. Ventura
Kynett, Margaret, Clinton, 236
Ladehoff, Sandra Sue, Davenport, 113,
203. 206. 237. 251
LaFollette, Jeanne. Ottumwa, 135, 136,
La Frentz. Ronald A., Floyd
Lage, Gloria J., Gladbrook, 226
Lahey, Patrick Andrew. Clinton
Lahmann, Katherine Kay, Denver, 235
Lahmann, Maxine Joyce, Denver, 250
Laipple, George R., Faulkner, 272
Lake, Patty lsabelle. Manly. 273
Lakin, Grace Brown. Cedar Falls
Lakin, Robert French, Des Moines, 143,
Lamb, Elizabeth Louise, Des Moines, 134
Lamb, Mary Jo, Redfield
Lamb, Sharon Louise, Cedar Rapids
Lamb. Shirley Lee, Marshalltown, 273
Lilley, Jo Anne, Des Moines
Lamphier, Darlene M., Strawberry Point
Lancaster, Donald Lee, Dows
Landgraf, Marilyn K., Odebolt, 113
Landhuis, Lester Verne, Sheldon
Landt, William Edward, Clarksville
Lane, Gerald Joseph, Oelwein, 170
Lane. Jesse Melvin, Eddyville, 228
Lane, Mary Ann, Onawa. 214
Lane, William Emmett, Cedar Falls
Lang, Robert Phillip. Chicago, Illinois,
Langan, Dean Fredrick. Waterloo
Lange. Helen M., Sutherland, 235
Herbert Donald. Cedar Falls
Marilyn Long, Cedar Falls
Maril n Ruth Rockwell Cit
Y , Y
Lange, Nancy Lee, Decorah, 223, 243,
Lange, Renita De Lee, Burlington, 134
Lange, Shirley Ann, Winthrop
Lantow, James Robert, Sumner, 133
Carol Ann, Denison, 273
Larkin, Norma Louise, New Hampton,
Larsen, Delmar Laverne, Grinnell, 231
Larsen, Roger Leroy, Grinnell
, Ruth Lynne, Estherville
, Volney Lewis, Cedar Falls
, Beverl Ann Clear Lake
Larson, Donald Jay, Alden, 106, 117,
190, 199. 257
Larson, Larue Ann, Thompson
Larson, Leo Ray, Waterloo
Larson, Roger Franklin, Forest City, 273
Larson, Sophia K., Waterloo
Larson, Sylvia Jean, Elgin, 89, 216
La Rue, Jo Ann, Dows
Lassen, Jo Ann, Springville, 251
Latch, Myrna Lou, Spencer, 194
Lathrop. Robert Dean, Monroe
Laufer, Karl Allen, Gladbrook
Laughery, Katharine N., Guthrie Center
Lauterbach, James, Waterloo, 273
Lauterbach, Leon Dean, Waterloo
Lawless, Donald J., Macksburg, 191,
Lawman. Karen Rae, Laurens, 250
Lawrence, Marilyn M.. Marshalltown, 77,
Laws. Dixie Faye. Marathon, 235
Lawson. Jean Carolee, Marion, 100, 113,
Lawson, John Allen. Ames
Laylin. Richard Eugene, Waterloo
Lt-aman, Don Eugene, Waterloo. 133
Leas. Karen Lorraine. Waukon, 236
Leavitt, Eloise Jones, Cedar Falls
Leavitt. Nlary Ellen, Cedar Falls
Lebahn. Shirley Ann, New Hartford
Lee. Nola Raclrel, Waterloo
Let-per. George Leland, Cedar Falls
Leeper, Sharol Jean, Redfield
Lt-et, Richard Eugene. Waterloo, 143,
146, 198. 210, 25-1-
Lehnus, Gwendolyn M., Rolfe, 2, 113,
139, 141, 142, 202, 203
Leith, L. Jean, Manson, 194, 195, 235
Lemke. Robert Edward, Dows, 198, 233
Lennie, Jim Xavier, Albia, 112, 142, 256
Leonard, Rita C.. Solon
Lepper, Lois Harriet, Radcliffe, 134
Lerdal, Judith Lee, Clear Lake
Lesch. Ann Elizabeth, Fort Madison,
Leslie, Donald Ray, Waterloo
Lettow, Lois Ruth, Alden, 199, 214, 235
Levene, Marilyn Ruth, Pocahontas, 201
Lewis. Audrey Jane, Williamsburg
Lewis, Eugene Curtis, McCallsburg
Lewis, Sandra Ann, Cedar Rapids
Liddle, Jo Anne. Keystone
Liebsch. Hope Beverley, Perry, 190, 197
Liesener. James W., Cedarburg,
Light, Doris Evelyn, Lisbon, 218, 227,
Lind, Harry Lee, Cedar Falls, 254, 273
Lind, Kenneth F., Cedar Falls, 254, 273
Lindaman, Ruth lrma, Ackley, 133, 273
Lindblom, John Paul, Waukon, 89, 112,
119, 132, 257
Linden, Donna Lois, Kiron, 110, 116,
Linder, Janice Ann, Oelwein, 251
Linder, Marlyn Karol, Reinbeck
Linderhaum, Darlene, Cresco
Lindholm, Martha Viola, Ogden, 102,
Lindlief, Mary Anne, Storm Lake, 202,
Lindstrom, Diane, Humboldt
Lindstrom, Franklin F., Humboldt
Lingren, Charles K., Gowrie, 200
Linscheid, Clayton B., Cedar Falls
Linstrom, Mary Jean, Waterloo
Lippe, James Emil, Waukon, 198
Little, Larry Leo, Knoxville
Livingston, Dorothy K., Cedar Falls
Lloyd, Linda June, Dumont
Loeschen, Gordon, St. Ansgar, 135, 137
Loftus, Carol Ann, Fort Dodge
Logan, Jackson Lee, Cedar Falls, 208,
Logan, James, Cedar Falls, 181
Logan, Sharon, Cedar Falls, 208, 233,
Lohmeyer, Darlene, Waterloo
Lohr, Ronald Milton, Corona, South
Long, Beverly Jean, Boone
Long, Gerald Dean, Cedar Falls, 231,
Long, Paul Allan, Afton
Long, Robert Ernest, Clinton
Longstreet, Kathleen K., Primghar
Lonning, Philip Eugene, Waukon, 111,
112, 119, 228, 257, 273
Lonning, Roger Dean, Waukon, 285
Loomis, Donald James, Des Moines, 117
Loose, Charlotte L., Waukee, 133, 193
Lorenzen, Kay, lda Grove, 201
Lorenzen, Sandra Jean, Rienbeck
Loshbaugh, Sonja Alyce, Waterloo
Loudon, lrene Lois, lda Grove
Loufek, Margaret Ruth, Cedar Rapids
Lough, Ronald Earl, Cedar Falls
Love, Alvina Margaret. Lansing
Lowell, Barbara Joan, Fairfield, 132,
Lower, James Meredith, Cedar Falls
Lowman, Marilyn Jean, Algona, 106
110, 186, 240. 242, 250, 274
Lowry, Eugene Evenson. Callender
Lowry. Helen Joan, Colfax, 274
Loynachan, Doris Lea. Pleasantville,
Lubben. Lola Mae, Maquoketa
Lubbs, Eugene Keith, Cedar Falls
Lucas, Bar-bara Ann, Harlan, 108, 204,
219, 239. 274
Luckey, Marilla, Riverside
Lueknebill, Cherry, Washington
Ludolph, Cheryl Krebs, Colfax
Ludolph, Jackie Raymond, Waterloo
Lueck, Suzanne Rae, Clinton, 240
Luhrs, James Everett. Gaza, 228, 256
Luiken, Karen Louise, Eldora
Lukehart, Bill, Cedar Falls, 131, 285
Lumley, Darwyn Harring, Aplington
Lumley, Gaylen Gene, Aplington
Lundblad, Gayl Maureen, Milford
Lundgren, Larry Jay, Clinton
Luther, Sharon Rose, 248
Luxford, Delores Mae, Bayard, 114
Lynch, Rose Marie, Charles City
Lynes, Richard R., Waterloo, 118
Lyons, Richard Allen, Dysart
Maas, Gary Lee, Wellsburg
Mace, David Eugene, Waterloo. 255
Mace, Reverdy Lou, Goodell, 274
Machovec, Phyllis L., Cedar Rapids
Mac Leod, Emily Joyce, Greene
Madsen, Donna Lee, Laurens. 213, 228,
Madsen, Kathleen Marie, Alden
Madson. Grace Eleanor, Britt, 113, 143,
145, 206, 232, 253
Magee, Raleigh Ralph, Waverly
Magee, Ronald Dean. Evansdale
Magilton, Sandra Kay, Rockford
Magnuson, James Delmar, Waterloo
Magoon, Virginia Ann, Ames, 115, 236
Maher, William Lloyd, Cedar Falls
Mahin, Joyce Ann, Albia
Mahon, Paul S., Cedar Falls
Mahrt, George Curtis, Cedar Falls
Mahurin, Randal Kent, Vinton
Main, Lois Evelyn, Independence
Main, Maxine, Oskaloosa, 236
Maire, Rose Louise, Monticello, 132,
216, 246. 247
Mairs, Ardith Ann, Gilman, 133, 235
Mallas, Jay Lewis, Cedar Falls, 274
Mamminga, Mary Lou, Grundy Center,
133, 203, 238
Manahl, Bonnie Gilbert, Washington
Manahl. Phillip Louis. Ottumwa. 136,
Manbeck, Phillip D.. Waterloo
Mandernach. Charles. Odebolt, 111, 117,
135. 137. 211. 238
Manfull. Richard Dale. Trayer
Mangold. Gloria Diane, Ryan, 195. 224,
Manley. Jean Ivelle, Colo
Manley. Richard Jewel, Waterloo
Manning. Marlene Joyce, Booneville,
Manos. Frank Sam. Cedar Falls, 222
Manship, Larry Lee. Charles City
Manship, Richard Lewis, Charles City
Marcucci, Gilbert E., Maquoketa
Marcussen. Richard L.. Cedar Falls
Marcussen. Robert L.. Cedar Falls
Maricle. Eugene Albert, Waterloo
Marinis. James. Mason City
Mark, Gerald Lawrence, Casey
Illgiillen, Linda Mary. Hampton, 193,
Markley. Inez Mae, Rolfe
Marole, Ralph Leroy, Monticello
Maronde. Marceil Marie, Lime Springs
Marquis, Kenneth Dean. Iowa City
Marron, Mildred Flynn, Wacoma
Marsh. James Walter, Kellogg
Marsh, Lewis William. Kellogg, 110, 171
Marshall. Patricia E., La Porte City
. Elizabeth L., Waterloo, 274
Donald Glenn. Jesup
Melvin Richard, Buckingham
Patricia Ann. Sigourney
Patricia Ann. Montezuma
Richard Dean, Dewitt
Martin. Thomas Moore, Muskegon,
Martinson. Shirley Kay, Clarion, 112,
Masden, Georgia E., Reinbeck 114, 133,
137, 143, 201, 235, 245
Mason, Dolores Irene, Ottumwa, 135,
137. 190. 203. 244, 246
Massey, Donald Leroy, Muscatine, 274
Masteller, Dewin C., Independence, 169,
Matern. Lavonne E., Meservey, 192, 227
Mather, Audrey Eleanor, Ames
Mathes, Betty Lou, Shell Rock
Matland, Richard Olive, Cedar Falls
Matyk, Elaine Carol. Solon, 214
Matzen, Eileen Kirstin, Riceville, 227
Maulson, Jacqueline, Manchester
Maurer. John David, Cedar Falls
Maxwell, Evelyn Lamb, Fort Madison
Maxwell, Patricia Joy, Toledo, 81, 113,
116, 147, 220, 230, 242. 243
May. Bona Dean, Kanawha
May, Patricia Ann, Des Moines
May, Wendell Lee, Cincinnati
Maynard, Frederick H., Cedar Falls
Maynard, Jerry Allen, Maquoketa, 231
Maze. Donald Meeker, Carroll, 170
McAtee. Judy May. Olin
McAvoy, Gary Paul, Walnut, 177, 274
McBride, JoAnn Kay, Oelwein, 193
McBurney, Margaret L., Humboldt,
McCalley, David Vaughn, Cedar Falls
McCarroll, James Pat., Traer
McCarville, Charles L., Cresco
McCauley, Harry Dean, Van Meter
McCaustland. Earl Jr.. Lime Springs,
McClain. Donald Henry. Waterloo
McClain. Richard Lee, Oelwein
McClain. Ronald Dean, Waterloo
Mcflleary. Clark Bruce, Davenport, 119,
162. 164. 187, 244. 257
McClellan. Keith. Tipton, 225, 257
McClellan, Rosalyn, Clarence
McClintic, Jack W., Des Moines
McClure, Caryl W.. Indianola
McClure, Mary E., Rockwell City, 132,
216, 238, 274
McCombs, Marilyn Sue. South English,
McConnell. Dorothy A.. Prole, 197
McConnell, Sandra D., Washington, 191
McCord, Darleen, Douds, 285
McCormack, Robert E., Fort Dodge
McCracken. Fred Brook, Des Moines
McCreath, Dorothy Ann, Hamilton, 116,
133, 202, 203. 275
McCreedy, Sally Jo, Waterloo
McCunniff. Monte Joe. Cedar Falls
McCusker. Robert F., Waterloo
McDaniel. Kathryn Lee, Waterloo, 116,
McDermott, Mary K., Fort Dodge
McDonough, Judith Ann, Odebolt, 135
McDonough, Karen Sue, Schaller, 134,
McDowell. Claude W., Waterloo
McDowell, Helen, Cedar Falls
McGee. Sharon Ann. Manchester, 240
McGill. Joyce Ann, Grand View
McGirl, John James Jr., Waterloo
McGrane, Linfred C., Cedar Falls
McGrath, Agnes, Cedar Falls
McGreevey, Mary L., Lawler. 192
McGrew, James Wright, Waverly
McGrew, Jay Ellwyn, Cedar Falls, 118
McGuffin, Neal Lael. Cedar Rapids.
200, 210, 256
McGuire, Anthony Neal, Independence
Mclntosh, Sandra Jean, Keosauqua, 236
McKean, Joyce Arlene, Armstrong
McKee, John Henry, Waterloo
McKenzie, James T., Knoxville .
McKinney, Marilyn Dianne, Chicago,
100, 134, 235
McLain, Beyerly Marie, Deep River
McLennan, Joyce, Hartwick, 114, 126,
McLennan, Robert Lee, Ames
McMillin, Darlene Mae, Belle Plaine,
McNeal, James Francis, Ames, 107
McNeese, Diane Kay, Brighton
McNeilus, Marlene, Marble Rock
McNertney, William F., Gilbert
McPhil1ips, Beth Ellen, Britt, 236
McQuatters, Patricia, Northwood
McSpaden, Michael.D., Hampton
McWhorter, Thomas M., Waterloo
Meeker, Elizabeth Ann, Waterloo
Meeker, Roger Lee, Cedar Falls, 132,
135, 137, 186
Meewes, Lester L.. Dike
Meier, Mary Margaret. Garnavillo
Meinders, Thomas R., Cedar Falls, 118
Meinhard, Donna J., 110, 113, 136,
Melby, George Meridith, Ettrick,
Melles, Carol Joan, Orange City, 214.
Melles, Warren Henry, Cedar Falls
Mendon, Gary Charles, Cedar Falls
Mentzer, James Ray, Cedar Rapids, 231
244, 257, 275
Merical. Ronald Edward, Adel
Merritt, Phyllis Ann, Osage
Merry, Ardith Elaine, Cedar Falls, 200,
Mertens, Jeannette W., Cedar Falls
Mertens, Jerald Dale, Reinbeck
Mesler, Donna Jane, Des Moines, 193
Messer, John Eugene, Waterloo, 228,
Messerly, Roger Ray, Buckingham, 275
Meyer, Alice Burger, Cedar Falls
Meyer, Bonnie, Reinbeck, 275
Meyer, Joan Elizabeth, Oelwein, 114,
134, 135, 137, 201, 252
Meyer, Lavern James, Wesley
Meyer, Marcia Joan, Grundy Center,
100, 202, 224
Meyer, Margaret Anne, Waverly, 113,
186. 198, 240, 244, 253
Meyer, Patricia Ann, Ackley
Meyer, Ruth Ann, Aplington
Meyers, Barbara Jean, Dunkerton
Meyers, Eldon Harold, Ionia, 198, 237
Meyers, Gordon R., Leroy, Minnesota
Albert C., Waterloo
Richard Clark, Bassett
Mick, Harold Warren, Story City
Mick, Nancy Ann, Story City, 135
Middleton, Loretta Lee, Bettendorf
108, 204, 225, 275
Midland, Dale L., Eagle Grove, 275
Mikesell, S. Collette, Keswick, 135, 137
Mikesh, Marvin James, Decorah, 154
Miles, Monte Lee, Janesville
Miletich, John Carlton, Albia
Milius, Kathryn Elizabeth, Des Moines,
Miller, Alfred Duane, Audubon
Miller, Barbara Alice, Crete, Illinois
Miller, Carl Dale, Sioux Rapids
Miller. Charlotte M.. Bemidji,
Miller, Deidre Kay, Washington, 113,
Miller, Henry Duane. Cedar Falls
Miller, Jenese C., Rodman
Miller. John Robert. Cedar Falls, 119,
Miller, Judith Irene, Grundy Center,
Miller, Larry Allen. Clear Lake, 132,
Miller, Marilyn Faye, Wellsburg
Miller, Marlyn E., Quasqueton
Miller, Mary E., Cherokee
Miller, Mary Marlene, New Providence
Miller, Melva Marie, Manchester, 248
Miller, Nancy Ann, Pisgah, 192
Miller, Nancy Anne, Davenport
Miller, Nancy Helen, Ottumwa
Miller, Patricia, Clinton
Miller, Regina Ann, Marne, 106, 192,
239. 245, 275
Miller, Richard D., Stratford, 135
Miller, Richard E., Fort Dodge
Miller, Richard L., Lime Springs
Miller, Robert W., Waterloo
Mills, Marion Jr., Cedar Falls
Mindemann, Marjorie M., Ames, 194,
Eileen Ann, Logan, 134
Virginia I., Charles City
Mitchell, Josephine S.. Reinbeck, 275
Mitchell, Katherine O., Buckingham
Mitchell, Larry Leon, Paullina, 132
Mitchell, Lois Ruth, New Providence,
Mitchell, Mildred K., Buckingham, 275
Mitchell, Nancy Ann, Charles City
Mitchell, Richard James, Grundy Center
Mitts, Jon William, Lake Park, 275
Mixdorf, Gordon Frank, Shell Rock,
200, 212, 243
Miyasaki, Lorraine, Honolulu, Hawaii,
139, 229, 234
Mizaur, Janna Roskamp, Cedar Falls
Moehlis, Ronald Dean, Waterloo
Moehn, Marjorie Jeanne, Danville, 113,
116, 147, 208, 233
Moeller, Kelvin K., Waterloo, 135
Moeller, Marilyn Irene, Palmer, 213,
Moeller, Nancy Elaine, Eldridge, 198,
Mohl, Gary Edward, Lost Nation
Mohlenkamp, Phyllis J., Melvin, 235
Mohni, Judith Colleen, Everly
Mohror, Mary Jean, Peterson
Moldt, Sherl Ann, Lime Springs, 135,
Moline, Jo Dene Carol, Rockwell City
Molinsky, Dean Marlin, Oelwein
Mollenhauer, Iva Dale, Waterloo
Molstead, Joyce Ann, Waterloo
Mooers, Robert Wayne, Cedar Falls
Moon, Sharon Le, Monona, 226
Monson, Kathryn Elaine, Forest City,
Monteith, Meredith Kay, Eldora, 115,
Moodie, Evelyn Maurer, Waterloo
Moody, Donald C. Claire, Vinton, 74,
119, 173, 257
Moody, Keith LeRoy, Vinton
Moon, Donald Keith, Charles City
Moon, Elinor, Hilo, Hawaii, 133, 208
Moon, Jerrold Binford, Davenport, 275
Moon, Joanne Kay, Charles City
Moon, Robert Gordon, New Providence
Mooney, James Anothony, Waverly, 275
Moore, Dale B., Earlham
Moore, Elizabeth Ellen, Waterloo
Moore, Lorelei Elizaheth, Chicago,
Moore, Ruth Hill, Cedar Falls
Moore, Sally Lou, Glidden, 133, 215
Moore, Virginia Mary, Waterloo
Moorehead, Gerald Wayne, Cedar Falls
Moravetz, Annette Elizabeth, Ogden, 133
Mordan, Charles R., Pocahontas, 118
Mores, Thomas William, Sioux City
Morey, L. Joyce, Greene, 197
Morfitt, Carole Lea, Sanborn, 134
Morford. Mary Jane, Davenport, 202, 203
Morgan, Marvin C. Denver
Morgan, Paul Kenneth, Waterloo
Morgensen, Bethel May, Cedar Falls
Morizuchi, Naomi, Hilo, Hawaii, 115,
Mork, Nona Betscel, Elgin
Morlan, Linda Ann, Plano, 235
Moore, Marcia Lynne, Ames
Morris, Alvira Stock, Cedar Falls
Morris, George Allen. Cresco
Morris, Vilas Lester, Brockton
Morris, William Herber, Cedar Falls
Moschel, Jerod P., Hawkeye
Moser, Cheryl Kay, Waterloo
Moser, Roger Cvharles, Greene, 275
Moulton, Audrey Jo, Clinton, 201
Mowrer, Gladys Skinner, Boone
Moxley, Frank William, Algona
Moyer, Wanette Marie, Fort Madison,
Muchow, Keith Sander, Waterloo
Mueller, Marilyn Elaine, What Cheer
Muehlethaler, Beverly, Elgin, 113, 133
Muench, Marva Jean, Ogden, 198, 235
Muffly, Marjorie, Bellingham,
Muhlenbruck, Gary Lewis, Latimer,
Mukai, Allison, Yurie, Maui, Hawaii,
58, 196, 276
Mulder, Molly Joan, Alton
Mullenix, Karen Zoe, Grundy Center,
Muller, Richard Lee, Cedar Falls
Mullins, Darl Vern, Chariton, 131, 276
Mully, Jack Ray, Cedar Falls, 162
Muncy, Corinne Rae, Waterloo, 201,
Munday, Leo A., Leon, 207
Munson, Norma T., Waterloo
Muramoto, Thelma Tsugi, Phahala,
Murota, Catherine Chiz, Hilo, Hawaii,
Murphy, Kay Ann, Waterloo'
Murphy, Thomas Eugene, Washington,
153, 169, 170, 171
Murray, Margaret Ann, Buffalo Center
Mussett, Jack Irving, Waterloo
Musgrove, Carole Anne, Ottumwa
Musgrove, Donna Lee, Waterloo, 102,
Musgrove, Theresa Lee, Boone
Mutum, Janis Joy, Walnut, 235
Myer, Bonnie Jean, Reinbeck
Myers, Joe Robert, Waterloo
Myers, Joseph Michael, Cedar Falls
Myers, Mary Joan, Cedar Falls
Myler, Marion Clarke, Waterloo
Naber, Audrey Kay, New Hartford
Naito, Muriel Wasako, Waialua Oahu,
Hawaii, 195, 229
Nakashima, Claire Nabu, Puunene Maui
Nakasato, Jean Masae, Kahului Maui,
Hawaii, 191, 221
Nally, Thomas V. Scranton, 276
Nanny, Claudette Jean, La Porte City
Nash, Raymond Eugene, Charles City
Natte, Roger Burdette, Sibley
Natvig, Lyle Odell, Waterloo
Navin, Joseph Gerald, Melrose
Naylor, Roger Alan, Evansdale
Neal, Constance Cecile. Maquoketa, 134
Neal, Wayne Lee, Cedar Falls
Neff, Carolyn Mae, Williams, 226
Neff, James Harland, Cedar Falls
Neihy, Margaret Anne, Atlantic, 115
Neil, Doris Marie, Fairbank, 201, 226
Neith, Jerry Ray, Waterloo
Nellist, Glenn Franklin, Rowley, 201,
Newton, William Douglas, Waterloo
Ney, John Frederick, Cedar Falls
Nichols, Charlotte Ann, Marshalltown,
114, 133, 214
Nichols, Connie Lee, Cedar Falls
Nichols, Kenneth Marian, Cedar Falls,
Nichols, Merlin Eugene, Cedar Falls,
Nichols, Raymond Charles. Cedar Falls
Nickelsen, Eutoka Jean, Clinton, 136
Nicklaus, Delbert August. Parkersburg,
161. 162. 187. 276
, Richard, H., Cedar Falls
Russell Louis, Waterloo, 276
Nielsen, Joyce Marion, Preston, 228,
, Lona Faye, Harlan, 134
, Shirley Ann, Moneta, 114. 235
, William Peter, La Porte City,
177, 187, 255, 276
Niemeyer, Lyle Richard, Waverly
Niibu, Carolyn Sachie, Lanai City,
Hawaii. 114, 214, 229, 235
Niklasen, Doris Marie, Kimballton, 198
Nimmo, Harry A., Monroe, 139, 141,
142, 143, 145, 146, 204
Nissen. George F., Oelwein, 276
Nissen, Raymond Lee, Oelwein, 162,
Nitardy, Margaret Rose, St. Ansgar
Nixon, Rachel Adelia, Keosauqua, 235
Noack, Louise Elaine, Clarion, 202
Noack, Virgil Clay, Postville
Noble, Curtis Cleveland, Riceville, 108,
132. 137, 211, 276
Nojiri. Amy Tamiko, Ookala, Hawaii,
115, 198, 229
Nolan, Patrick Vincent, Emmetshurg,
Nolte, Annmarie Theresa, Atlantic, 192,
Noneman, Charles Howard, Holstein,
Nord, Karen Elise, Huxley, 226
Nordly, Judith Ann, Cedar Falls, 106,
116, 206, 215, 245
Norenberg, Stanley Leroy, Keota, 131,
153, 159, 187, 255, 276
Norman, Janet Lee, Waterloo
Norton, Evelyn Kay, Newton
Norvell, Mary Nancy, Cedar Falls,
Everett Marlo, Dows
Nelsen, Gloria Diane, Newell, 191, 208,
Nelson, Clara Louise, Cedar Falls
Nelson, Harlan Frederick, Lyle,
Nelson, Hart Michael, Cedar Falls
Nelson, Janet Mae, Cedar Falls, 137,
Nelson, Linda Lou, Lehigh
Nelson, Marilyn Marie, Panora, 134, 1.98
Nelson, Marlys Mae, Waterloo
Marybeth Ann, Cedar Falls,
Mary Jean, Cedar Falls, 198
Ross Carlton, Cedar Falls
Sylvia Ann, Waterloo
Nero, John Robert, Cedar Falls, 276
Nesbit, Janice Day, Independence, 139,
Nesmith, Lois Jean. Shenandoah, 225,
Nettleton, Mary Ann, Greene
Neuzil, James William, Blairstown
Nevenhoven, Duane, New Hartford
Nevenhoven, Merle John, Aplington, 276
Nevenhoven, Norman James, Davenport,
117, 194, 257
Newbury, Louise Anna, Bristow, 134
Newton, John Graham, 191, 209, 221
90, 100, 107, 225, 252
Novak, Collette Helen, Tama, 192, 235
Novak, Robert Dee. Marengo
Nowachek, Rosalie, Clara, Wyoming
Nygaard, Marva Lou, Wesley, 115, 243
Nymann, Dewayne Stanley, Cedar Falls,
209, 237, 277
Nystrom, Robert Dean, Boone, 231
Oakes, Lila Mae, Jefferson
Oard, Nancy Lou, Mount Union, 100
Oberdiear, Richard Lee, Plainfield,
Oberle, Robert Lee, Cedar Falls
Obryon, Eleanor Ann, Waterloo
O'Connor, Marie A., Donahue, 134, 192
O'Connor, Nancy Jane, Chicago,
Illinois, 239, 242, 277
Odegard, Elaine M., Waterville, 134,
Odegard, Gordon, Waukon, 198
Odekirk. Dean William. Maynard, 133,
Odell. Laverne.O.. Maynard. 198
Oelberg. Marolyn Kay. Cedar Falls,
113. 116. 143. 202. 245
Oestreich. Karen Kay, Yetter, 198
Ogden. Vern Bartley. Odebolt. 106. 119.
162. 187. 255, 277
Ogle. Marilana. Wadena, 133
Ogren. Frances Rosalie. Kiron. 113,
116. 198. 232. 234. 2-1-3
O'Hare. Alice Ann. Ackley, 192
Ohl, Larry David. Waterloo. 118
Ohm. Jerry Carson. Be-ttendorf. 89. 119.
153. 170. 171. 237
Okumoto. Jean Miyako, Hanapepe,
Okumoto. Mildred H.. Hanapepe
Hawaii. 222, 229
Oldenburg. Donna Rose, Marne
Olds. Marjory Wright, Waterloo
Oldfather, Marlys Ann. Arlington
Oleson. James Lee, Fort Dodge, 257, 277
Olinger. Betty Jean, Cedar Falls, 83, 89,
Olmsted. Virginia Jane, Des Moines
Olsen. Carol Ann. Audubon
Arleen Esther, Alexander
, Donald James. Waterloo
. Joan Eleanor, Dike. 132, 216
, Loren Merle. Radcliffe, 117, 257
Olson. Marvin Bernard, Cedar Falls
. Richard George. Eldridge
. Richard Merle, Clinton, 177,
Wanda Nadine. McCallsburg. 235
William Burdell. Alden
William E.. Hampton
O'Neill. James Michael, lowa City
Onnen, Marcene Yvonne, Fort Dodge
Onomura, Gertrude, Honokaa, Hawaii,
139, 142, 229. 234
Opheim. Elmer Wayne. Bode, 277
Opheim, Richard Marcus, Bode
O'Rourke, Joseph Loras, Cedar Falls,
Orthel, Roberta Gail, Buffalo Center
Ortner, Richard Joseph, Auburn, 277
Osborne, Glenn lrvin, Omaha, Nebraska,
Osgood, Leland Eugene. Swea City
Oshiro, Judith Sadako, Makawao, Maui,
Hawaii, 195. 229
Oswood, Delivan B., Hansell
Oswood. Lyle Dean, Hansell
O'Toole, Marie Helen, Letts, 114, 1192
Ott, Jerold George, Des Moines
Otteson. Sandra Marie, Osage, 198
Otto. Janice Marie, Aurelia. 250
Otto, Sandra Lee. Aurelia, 199
Overeen, Janet Ruth, Postville, 203
Overheu, Faye Marie, 135, 137
Overton, Stanley Ross, Gladbrook
Owara. James Minoru, Cedar Falls, 131
Janet Lee. Keokuk, 132, 252
Owens, William Ward, Cedar Falls, 277
Oyakawa, Almira Aiko, Kaumakani,
Hawaii, 191, 223, 229
Paarmann, Joyce Ann, Maquoketa
Packard. Carol Lynn, Maquoketa
Pahre, Keith H., Newton, 277
Clarence Eugene, Waterloo
Palmer, Jeanne Juanita, Mason City,
234, 248, 277
Pappadackis, Gus, Storm Lake, 255
Parish, Barbara Diane. Wapello
Park, Charles Everett, Des Moines
Parker, Arlene June. Liscomb
Parker. Judith Ann, Anita
Pa5k7er, Loren Glenn, Winterset, 153,
Parker, Robert Leo, Waverly
Parkes, Edward Russell, Waterloo
Parkinson. Jean Marie, Cresco, 134
Parkison. Linda Lou, Percival, 134, 235
Parks, Beatrice Marilyn, Ottumwa, 113
Parks, James Stedman, Sioux Rapids
Parks, Larry Lee, Cedar Falls
Parks, Polly Elizabeth, Cedar Falls
Parman, Sondra Sawyer, Cedar Falls
Parmley, Janet Jean, Atlantic, 134
Parry, Lester Evan. Lime Springs, 215
Parsons, Barbara Lee, Keota, 132, 190
Pasut, James Edward, Albia
Patnaud. William Joseph, Spencer, 137
Paton. Geraldine Faye, Reinbeck, 195
Patrilla, Velmah Lee, Cedar Falls
Pattee, Janet Ruth. Cedar Rapids, 108,
Patten, Charles Alva, Waterloo, 170
Patten. Dean Leroy, Oskaloosa
Patterson, Duane H., Marshalltown
Pattison, Isabel Brown, New Hartford,
Paul, Darlene Kay, Odebolt, 137
Paulk, Louella Nadine, Cedar Falls
Paulsen, Beverly June, Waterloo
Paulson. Jerry, Cedar Falls
Paulson, Muriel Ann, Hampton
Paulus. Susan Adella, lowa City, 113,
135, 136. 137, 201
Paup, Harrison Dean, Cedar Falls
Pavars, Lilija, Spencer
Paxson, Roberta Belle, Richland, 136,
200, 201, 216, 238, 277
Payton, William Dean, Waterloo
Peacock. Dennis Wayne, Des Moines.
141. 142. 255. 277
Pearson. Ellen Marie, Williamson, 223,
Pechacek, Eljean, Cedar Falls, 134, 197
Pecher, Betty Jo Ann, Brooklyn
Peck, Jeannine Ann, Waterloo, 114, 245
Pedersen, Paul C., Cedar Falls
Pederson, Herbert Gene, Clear Lake
Pederson, Roger Land, Grinnell
Peetz, Marilyn Claire, Clinton
Peirce, Patricia Pearl, Des Moines, 245
Pember, Mavis Sue, Rock Valley
Pemble, Paul Allen, Scranton, 153
Pendry, Judith Ann, Des Moines
Penne, Joseph Clifton, Waterloo
Pennington, Melvin R., Independence
Pennock, Carolyn E., Davenport
Penrose, Linda Louise, Burlington
Pepin, Phyllis Ann, Cedar Falls
Perkins, Carol Ann, Lyle, Minnesota,
Perkins, Ronald John, Moorland
Perry, Ann Hamilton, Cedar Falls
Perry, Neal William, Cedar Falls, 231
Pershall, E. Joan, Baxter, 147
Peter, Marian Marie, Lime Springs,
205, 250, 278
Peters, Arlan E., Plainfield, 200
Peters, Carolyn June, Woodward, 198
Peters, Eldon Nicklaus, Parkersburg,
Peters, Georgena Ethel, New Hampton,
Peters, Joan Patricia, Jennings, Missouri
Peters, Michael Leroy, Grundy Center
Peters, Norman Jay, Cedar Falls, 132
Peters, Robert James, Ames, 194, 197,
Petersen, Dale F., Cedar Falls
Petersen, Marylin, West Liberty
Petersen, Nancy Ann, Marshalltown, 90
91, 94, 95, 192
Petersen, Phyllis 1., New Liberty, 235
Peterson, Barbara Jean, Lakota
Peterson, Barbara Jean, Garnavillo, 135
Peterson, Betty Joann, Chariton
Peterson, Donald E., Nashua, 135
Peterson, Elna Mae, Ogden, 198, 235
Peterson, James Lowell, Cedar Falls
Peterson, John Neil, Ruthven, 117, 132,
177, 200, 255
Peterson, Linda Joy, Blakesburg, 133,
Peterson, Richard Lee, Dunlap
Peterson, Shirley Jean, Dows, 202
Peterson, Sue Ann, Nevada, 198, 235
Petzenhauser, Medha K., Auburn, 135,
Pfeiff, The0dore'H., Burlington, 200
Pfeifer, Jean Kathryn. McLaughlin,
Phelps, Jack Leroy, Vinton
Phillips, Dixie Lee, Hubbard, 245
Phillips, Fern V., Cedar Falls
Phillips, Richard A., Cedar Falls, 208,
Picht, Merle D., Cedar Falls
Pierce, Alice Patricia, Cedar Falls, 218,
Pigg, James Donald, Colfax
Pike, Richard Wayne, Cedar Rapids
Pink, John Spencer, Cedar Falls, 254
Pint, Robert Frank, Waverly
Pitz, David Anthony, Epworth
Plant, Roy La Verne, Waterloo, 213
Plath, Gene Arthur, Cedar Falls, 170
Platner, Sandra Kay, Anamosa, 195,
Pleggenkuhle, lda Marie, Hawkeye
Ploog, Mary Ann, Cedar Falls, 209
Pobuda, Kay Lavonne, Cedar Rapids
Polansky, Richard Allen, Cedar Rapids,
Polka, Dwayne, Tama, 117, 278
Pollock, Rebecca Belle, Springville, 226
Poock, Larry Dean, Tripoli, 171, 173,
Popkes, Eluin Bernell, Cedar Falls
Poppen, Lynn Leroy, Allison
POPPY, James Dale, Cedar Falls
Porter, Joyce Elaine, Marion, 250
Porter, Sara Kaye, Clarion, 192, 233
Post, Shirley Mae, Marion, 113, 203,
Potter, Dixie Lee, Clinton
Potter, Donald Kieth, Des Moines
Potts, Martha Janice, Moravia, 193
Powell, Barbara Jean, Merrill, 134, 137
Powell, Beverly Ann, Harcourt, 201, 278
Powell, Grace Louise, Cedar Falls
Powell, Richard Hubert, Muscatine
Powers. John Hubert, Cedar Falls
Powers, Karen Jane, Tabor
Powers, Marjorie Ann, Duncombe, 139,
192, 220, 278
Pralle, Robert Dean, Hampton
Pratt, Eugene Carroll, Des Moines
Pray, Richard James, Charlotte
Prehm, Norma Marie, Mount Pleasant,
113, 200, 201, 206, 213, 232
Prescott, Ronald K., Marion
Presnall, Dolly B., Waterloo
Price, Gayle Lee, Humboldt, 252
Price, Nancy Ann, Davenport
Price, Roy Thomas, Fort Dodge, 230
Prichard, Paul Newton, Fontanelle, 108,
Priest, Barbara Jean, Cedar Falls, 108,
132, 219, 252, 278
Pritchett, Shirley M., West Bend, 236
Proctor, Janice Lou, Cedar Falls
Proctor, Willis Andrew, Cedar Falls, 208
Prohaska, Lucia Ruth, Earlham
Prostine, Evelyn Ruby, New Hartford
Puff, David Cleon, Manchester, 192
Puhrmann, Lois Marlene, Paullina, 278
Purcell, Gerald Everet, Woodbine
Putbrese, Jimme Lee, Auburn, 132
Putnam, Donald Elmer, Cedar Falls
Quackenbush, Robert E., Vinton, 133
Quackenbush, Velma Ann, Vinton, 278
Raasch, Larry Dennis, Wiota
Rabe, Arnold F., Denison, 135, 136,
137, 211, 238
Rabe, Ruth Louise, Northwood, 139
Raber, Joanne Joyce, Hartley, 115
Radl, Mary Kathleen, Bismarck, North
Raffensperger, Ed, Des Moines, 107,
Raines, Jerry Lee, Ottumwa, 132, 135,
137, 193, 211, 238
Ralston, Gerald B., Beaman
Rammelsberg, Floy J., Vinton, 278
Ramsey, Marl Edger, Arlington
Ramus, Don Edward, Des Moines
Randall, Mary Ellen, Marengo, 236
Ranfgld, Mabel Irene, Victor
Ranney, Edward Lee, Des Moines, 231
Rash, Edwin Thomas, Waterloo
Rash, Philip Andrews, Fairfield
Rasmuson, Marilyn Jean, Britt, 135
Rasmussen, Grace E., Goldfield
Rath, David Rudolph, Sioux City, 132
Rath, Ronald Earl, Cedar Falls, 200
Rathbun, Janet Marie, Qelwein
Raub, Dorothy Louise, Dysart, 138
Rawson, Dorothea P., Sheffield
Ray, Gerald Allan, Cedar Falls, 170
Ray, Marlyn Jean, Cedar Falls, 245
Rayment, Kay Elizabeth, McGregor,
Read, Alma P., Fort Dodge
Reagan, Barbara Ann, Iowa Falls
Reavis, Eleanor F., Elkador
Recknor, Richard Lewte, Creston
Redenbaugh, Joyce Anne, Storm Lake,
Reed, Doris Jane, Corydon, 114, 250
Reed, Nolan H., Vinton
Reetz, Janet Lee, Charles City
Reeves, Royce Roland, Plainfield
Reid, Barbara Diane, Elwood
Reid, Olive Marie, Spirit Lake, 240
Reimers, Roberta Jean, Davenport, 251
Reiter, Paul Henry, Fairbank, 170
Reith, Mary Ann, Oran
Rekers, Donald Malcolm, Cedar Falls
Rekward, Dorothy Carol, Waukon
Remington, George, Waterloo
Remington, Walda Mae, La Porte City,
136, 197 '
Remling, Allen L., Dundee, 132, 228
Remmert, Dennis L., Mason City
Renner, Faye Carmen, Hiawatha, 113,
139, 141, 142, 201, 228, 247
Rens, Glenda Lea, Orange City, 236
Ressler, Betty Faye, Waverly
Reutinger, Mary Ella, Wapello, 133, 201
Rex, Diana Marie, Ames, 136
Rexroat, Melvin, Des Moines, 285
Reyhons, Gerald D., Solon, 173, 257
Refgigins, Leona O., Mount Vernon, 134,
Reyhons, Richard D., Solon, 173, 187
Reynolds, Mary Lou, Chariton, 134, 235
Reynolds, Thomas Eugene, Odebolt, 102
111, 153, 187
Reysack, Charlotte Ann, Geneva
Rhgnes, Beverly Jean, Davenport. 133,
Rlacgcges, Betty Joann, Guthrie Center,
Rhodes, Donna R., Corning
Rlggiges, Nancy Joan, Sioux City, 192,
Rice, Ezra Warren, Cedar Falls
Rice, Richard Dean, Cedar Falls
Rice, Robert Charles, Cedar Falls
Rich. Darlagene, Chelsea, 235
Richards, Franklin R., Nashua
Richards, John F., Cedar Falls, 209
Richardson, Bruce Alan, West Des
Richardson, Darrel L., West Moines,
173, 187, 278
Richardson, Janet Eldo, Maxwell
Richsmann, Barbara Ann, Osage
Rider, Gail L., Sioux City, 200, 201
Riebe, Ronnie Joe, Cedar Falls
Riedel, Shirley Louise, Cedar Falls
Riehl, Jim Eugene, Paton
Riehn, Ronald Lee, Brandon
Riekena, Edward Eugene, Wellsburg
Riggle, Richard Ray, La Porte City, 278
Riha, Katherine Anne, Vinton, 192
Riggs, David E., Cedar Falls
Riker, Charles Clarkson, Cedar Falls,
170, 171, 196
Rissler, Jacqueline J., Corydon, 132, 191
Riter, Leanne Harriett, Cedar Falls, 135,
Ritland, Michael Don, Ames
Ritter, Beverly B., Waterloo
Rivers, Mary Irene, Sioux City, 192
Rix, Arden Daniel, Cedar Falls
Roach, Robert, Waterloo, 256
Robbins, Beverly V.. Shellsburg, 224
Robert, Mae Duffy, Hamilton
Roberts, John Daniel, Waterloo
Robinson. Sharon R., Cedar Falls
Robovsky, Patricia Lee, Marshalltown,
Roby, Rita Marilyn, Rockwell City
Roche, John F., Chicago, Illinois
Rock, Susan. Cedar Rapids, 237
Rockwell, Janice Marie, Madrid, 134,
Rodemeyer, Phyllis Joy, Coulter
Roden, Daniel Eugene, Mondamin, 117
Rodenborn, Leo Vincent, Fort Dodge
Roderick, Ron Raymond, Dedham, 170
Rodgers, Marilyn Ruth, Oskaloosa
Roehlk, Corrine Kay, Davenport
Rogers, Arnold Leroy, Spencer
Rogers, Marilyn Louise, Estherville
Rohovit, Tom Joe, Cedar Falls
Rohr, Robert William, Clinton
Rohrssen, Merlin George, Waterloo
Rohwedder, Donald C., Greene, 200
Rohwedder, Lorraine, Miles, 137, 198,
Rohweder, Dorothy Lee, Gladbrook, 195
Rohweder, Janet R., Gladbrook, 195
Rokes, Dorothy A., Cedar Falls
Rolland, Joan Marilyn, Bode, 199
Rollinson, Curtis A., Cedar Falls, 279
Rolston, Helen Elaine, Adel, 279
Roosa, Dean Melvin, Lehigh, 279
Roose, Margaret Ann, Sac City, 203, 240
Roquet, Donald Fred, Maynard
Rosauer, Harold T., Denver
Rosenberger, John W., Cedar Falls
Rosenkranz, Lilly T., Evansdale
Roskamp, Gresham M., Stout, 153
Roskamp, Robert, Stout
Roskamp, Ruth Bergman. Cedar Falls,
Roskelley, Jean, DeWitt
Roskens, Carolyn C., Spencer, 133
Ross, William Gordon, Cedar Falls
Roush, Jean Ray, Newton
Rowedder. Carol Ann, Manning, 199,
Rowland, William H., Independence
Rowley, George J., Guthrie Center
Rowling, Douglas, Waterloo
Charles F., Perry
Ruebel, Marion Albert, Grudy Center
Ruehle, Eugene C., Ruthven, 279
Ruen, Helen Ardys, Waukon
Ru 'Lon.' Gerald Allan, Jesup
Rump, Dolores Marie, Fort Madison
Beatrice T., Cedar Falls
Joyce Ann, Oran
Runyan Carolyn Mae, Indianola, 227,
Runyan, Eva L., Woodbine, 193, 208,
Russell, Burton Lester, Cedar Falls
Russell, John G., Fort Dodge, 136, 137
Larry Gunter, Independence
Leonard E., Cedar Falls
Roberts, Lois Ann, Oxford, 243
Roberts, L le Edward Dexter 279
Y 1 Q
Roberts, Mary Standley, Cedar Falls,
Roberts, Ronald Lee, Waterloo
Roberts, Ursula Naomi, Chariton, 235
Robinson, Frank Booker, Des Moines,
91, 97, 177, 178, 187, 279
Robinson, Gerald Keith, Cedar Falls
Russell, John T., Independence
Russell, Mary Jacqueline, Jefferson,
Russell, Rosemary, Corning, 201, 227,
Rust, Patricia N., Davenport, 116, 242,
244, 246, 279
Rustemier, William F., Bancroft, 279
Ryan, Larry Keith, Marshalltown
Ryan, Madonna Mae, Manly, 192
Ryan, Mary Josephine, Lake City
Ryan, Rose Mary, Manly, 192
Ryan, Sharon Kay, Brooklyn, 203
Robinson, Henry H., Riceville
Robinson Jacqueline R., Reinbeck, 134,
Robinson Joan Arlene, Oskaloosa, 115
Robinson Melba, Cedar Falls
Robinson, Marcia Diane, Goldfield, 134
Robinson, Mary Kathryn, Council
Rychnovsky, Sheila I., Cedar Falls, 208,
Rydberg, Emelia Ann, Shenandoah, 186,
Rynearson, Betty Lou, Granger, 134, 135
Schmerse, Sandra Joy, Spencer, 135, 137
Sabus, Laurence T., Carroll. 153, 255
Sabus, William Dean, Carroll
Sadler, Marilyn Ann. Renwick
Saftig, Veronica L., Burlington, 222
Sage. Elizabeth Ann, Waterloo, 201, 243
Sage, James Ernest, Waterloo
Sailer. Carolyn Kay, Scranton
Sailor, William D., Lisbon, 279
Salasek, Glenace L., Marshalltown
Salisbury, Janet Lynn, Cedar Falls, 236
Salmons, Darrell E., Waterloo. 170
Salmonson. Ronald W., Kiron, 106, 111,
112. 119, 177, 187, 255, 279
Sandell, Ronald Dean. Thompson
Sander. Joanne Lois. Lowden, 227
Sanders. Jean Ann. Sioux City
Sanders. Sharon Lee. Waterloo. 108.
110, 116. 136. 204. 219, 280
Sandvik, Lois Gertrude. Lime Springs
Sanford, Gordon Lee. Oelwein
Santee. Charles John, Cedar Falls, 243
Sassman, Jerry Gene, Marathon
Savery. Marilyn Ruth. Denison. 135.
137. 216. 238
Sawyer. Peggy Jane, Winterset
Schaan. Richard Lee. Waterloo
Schabacker. Marilyn, Havelock. 62, 139.
143. 144. 146. 204
Schaefer, Margaret Ann. Sheffield
Schall, Jerome David, Ogden
Schat, Phyllis L., Maurice, 236. 240
Schatz. Milton Carl. Dewitt
Schaudt, Gerald Duane, Slater, 280
Schauer, Shirley Ann. Waterloo
Scheer, Carolyn Marie, Bristow
Schiefelbein. Verna M., Sumner. 192
Schill. John E.. Sioux City
Schimberg, Theora Mae. Kingsley. 139,
Schlaman, Frieda M.. Hampton, 280
Schleuger. Katherine L.. Britt, 236
Schluntz, Christina M., Cedar Rapids,
Schmidt, Arlene E.. Everly, 235
Schmidt, Joan Elaine, Schleswig, 133,
Schmidt, Louis Gene, Reinbeck
Schmitt. Dean Martin. Greene
Schmitz. Mary Anne, Urbana
Schmitz, Philip C.. Independence
Schmoll, Melva Jean, Hartley, 143
Schmoranz. Hiram A., Marshalltown
Schneckloth, James D., Denison, 244,
Schneider, A. James, Willmar,
Minnesota, 192, 257
Schneider, Donna H., Reinbeck
Schnell, Richard Henry, Cedar Falls.
Schoentrup, Dorothy W.. Cedar Falls
Scholl, Charlotte, Waterloo
Scholl, Leona Darlene, Rockwell
Schomhurg, Wayne Charles, Latimer,
Schooe, Merwin Keith, Cedar Falls
Schoonmaker. Mary L., Waterloo, 200,
Schrader, Joyce Kae, Newhall
Schrag, Philip James, Waterloo. 192
Schrepfer. Ray Charles. Fort Madison,
Schroeder, Bernard William, Ruthven,
2. 139, 140, 142, 198, 280
Schroeder, Bruce E., Waterloo
Schroeder, Karen June, Ledyard
Schroeder. Melvin Roy. Dows, 132, 256
Schuchart. Colleen Rae. Osage
Schuller, Carol Marie, Mallard
Schultz, Dellene E., Postville, 214, 226,
Schultz. Donna Mae. Postville, 108,
219. 244, 251, 280
Schultz. Ruth Elaine, Waterloo
Schultz, Shirley Ann, Ogden
Schumacher, Janice J., Coon Rapids
Schumburg, James Leroy, Lohrville
Schutte, Arlene V., Castalia, 214, 235
Schutte, John Oliver, Waterloo
Schwake, Shirley Ann, Sumner, 135,
Schwartz. Betty Jane, Swea City, 214
Schwarz, Dean Lester, Cedar Rapids
Schwyart, E. Walter, Waterloo
Scobell, Scott Edward, Emmetsburg, 153
Scoggin, Gary Lee. Waterloo
Scott. Clifford Haley, Independence,
200. 225, 230, 254
Scott. Darrell Lee, Eldora, 108, 136,
137, 211, 238, 280
Scott, Douglas J.. Des Moines, 256
Scott, John Allan, Cedar Rapids, 280
Scott, Marilyn Kay. Cedar Falls, 113,
Searcy, Judith Anne, Cresco
Searcy, Nancy Kay, Albia
Seastrom, Jackie Dean. Waterloo
Seastrom, Merlyn H., Waterloo
Seaver, Charlene Ruth, Cedar Falls,
See, Marlo G., Waterloo, 183
Seehusen, Gene Arnold, Cedar Falls
Seely. Claudette Kay, Algona
Seemann. Norman W.. Waterloo, 118,
Seliapayak, Somboon, Bangkok.
Sehmann, Richard John, Le Claire
Seifert, Carl Daniel, Waterloo
Seiler, Marilyn K., Algona, 115
Seitsinger. Dixie Ann, Kinross, 252
Seki, Patsy Kiyomi, Wailuku Maui,
Hawaii, 227, 229
Selby, Arlene P., Liscomb, 132, 280
Selby, Charles Edward, Waterloo
Sell, Mary Jane, Sumner
Selland, Norma Cole, Fairbank
Senft, Robert Dean, Cedar Rapids, 112
Sesker, Wayne Scott, Maxwell, 257
Severn, Allen Duane, Postville, 202
Severseike, lolene T., Hubbard. 235
Seymour, Ardis Lynne, Ames
Shafer, Anne Elise. Hampton, 134, 199
Shanklin, Patricia Mae, Marion
Sharp, Bonny Lou, Clarion. 226
Sharp, Robert Eugene, Clarion, 187,
231, 256, 280
Shattuck, Phil Byron, May City
Shaw, Marjorie E., Cedar Falls
Shaw, Mary Jane, Cresco
Sheckler, Marjean Kay, Nora Springs,
Sheeley, Jo Ann, Evansdale, 243
Sheldahl, Tommy David, Polk City
Sheldon, Kenneth L., Lamont
Shelledy, Dorothy Jean. Spirit Lake, 113
Shelton, Bonnie Lee, Waterloo
Shelton, Ronald Edward, Fort Dodge,
Shepard, Earl Ross, Dunkerton, 212, 280
Shepherd, Sally Jo, Sioux City, 235
Sherburne, Jean S., Waterloo
Sherer, Richard Neale, Burlington, 205
Shiels, Richard John, Waterloo
Shimek, Mary Ann, Waterloo
Shimoda, Myrtle C., Kahului Maui,
Hawaii, 191, 229
Shinn, Jerry Frank, Cedar Falls
Shipley, Dolores P., Griswold, 226, 252
Shipley, Richard Davis, Waterloo
Shipley, William R., Ute, 280
Shively, Kaye Joan, Council Bluffs, 196
Shohet, Saul H., Bode
Shold, Mary A., Elkader, 113, 139, 192,
Shope, Roxanna, Davenport, 110, 240,
Short, Dwight Junior, Cedar Falls
Short, Ronald Francis, Waterloo
Shourek, Karen Kay. Fort Dodge
Shows, Davey Mae, Kansas City,
Shreve. Warren Eugene, Buffalo Center
Shuler, John J., Keokuk. 237
Shuster, Patricia Ann, Waterloo, 222
Sickles, Dwight Allen, Waterloo
Siddell. Ann Romelda, Delhi
Sidmore. Earl Joseph, Aurora, 177
Siemens, Darlys Joan, Dysart
Sillman. Darlene Ruth, Britt
Silvey. lna Mae Brown, Cedar Falls
Silvey, Irene Anderson, Cedar Falls
Simon. Dorothy Marie, Iowa City, 281
Simpson, Marlys Ann, Waterloo
Sims. Donald Leroy, Woodward, 231
Sindt, Darlene Yvonne, Ida Grove
Sinkler. Gloria Joy, Nevada
Sisson, James Allan, Waterloo
Sisson, Mary Helen, Waterloo, 113,
132. 238, 252
Sisson, Paul Eugene, Waterloo, 153
Skinner, Elizabeth J., Cedar Falls, 246
Skinner, Robert Wayne, Cedar Falls,
Skog, Clarence Robert. Cedar Falls, 281
Slauson. Maris Jo. Colo
Slawson, Sharon D., Perry, 253
Sloan. Marvin Dean. Monroe, 153
Sloan, Raymond Lee, Jefferson
Small, Sharon Louise, Ames, 102, 143,
Smidt, Carolyn Ann, Cedar Falls
Smidt, Joyce Elaine, Gaza. 251
Smiley, L. Travis, Barrington, Illinois,
Smit, Sharon Walter, Hartford, South
Dakota, 227, 281
Smith, Barbara Ann, Nashua
Smith. Beverly Jean, Onowa, 235
Smith, Carmen D., Villisca, 107, 115,
Smith, Carol Dean, Albia
Smith, Carol Jean, Villisca, 143, 226
Smith, Carol Heckroth, Cedar Falls
Smith, Charles William, Council Bluffs
Smith, Charlotte R., Charles City
Smith, Clyde Gale, Cedar Falls
Smith, Dennis John, 135, 136, 137, 211
Smith. Eunese Ann. Hopkinton, 201, 243
Smith, Janice Kathleen, Cedar Rapids
Smith, Jean Carol, Ridgeway, 202
Smith, Jerald Noel, Grundy Center, 177
Smith, Joan Ellen, Waterloo
Smith, Joyce Corrine, Cedar Falls
Smith, Judith Ann, Newton
Smith, Judith Irene, Cedar Falls, 191
Smith, Karen Jean, Lytton
Smith, Kenneth Eugene, Vinton
Smith, Martha Grace, Keota
Smith, Martha Sue, Cedar Falls, 228
Smith, Marion Egan, Waterloo
Smith, Marlene, Belmond, 194
Smith, Mary Ann, Central City
Smith, Merle Glenn, Grundy Center
Smith, Morris, Earlham, 153
Smith, Norman Harrold, Renwick, 154,
Smith, Paul Ronald, Nichols, 192
Smith, Robert Herchel, Cedar Falls
Smith, Stanley G., Cedar Falls
Smith, Will Carter, Wapello, 256
Smoker, William Thomas, Waterloo
Smoot, Latrelle Rhodes, Denmark, 173
Smuck, Richard Ordean, Waterloo
Snoble, Elise May, Hazleton
Snoble, Joseph J., Cedar Falls
Snook, Joan Alberta, Montezuma
Snook, Loring Franklin, Cedar Falls,
Snow, Gerald Allen, Independence, 135,
Snowden, Leonard Earl, Waterloo, 205,
Sobolev, Zoya, Ames
Sodergren, Wesley E., Waterloo
Solbeck, Mary Etta, Humboldt, 235, 252
Solberg. Patricia L., Denison, 199
Soldwisch, Carol Lynn, Denver
Sollien, Arden Duwayne, Spring Grove,
Minnesota, 106, 112, 119, 132, 140,
Sorensen, Arlene Fay, Waterloo
Sorensen, Dean Melvin, Cedar Falls
Sorenson, Diane Lee, Spencer, 208, 209,
Sorensen, Jeanette 1., Algona, 113, 208,
Sorg, Judith Ann, Sumner
Sovereign, Constance L., Cresco
Sovich, Frank Steven. Des Moines, 153,
Soukup, Martha, Waterloo
Spafford, Beth Marian, Waterloo
Sparrow, Sarah Jane, Jewell
Speaker, Vierlyn Jean, Primghar, 235
Spears, Ronald Dean, Waterloo
Speas, Margaret Anne, New Providence,
Spencer, Vera 1., Fonda
Spiegel, Phyllis Jean, Denison, 135, 137
Spies, Darlene Diane, Dixon, 134, 201,
Sporaa, Gerald Joseph, Dows
Sprague, Sue Ann, Algona, 135, 137, 194
Spring, Lowell Wayne, Davenport
Springer, Celeste C., Albion
Sproule, F. Philip, Griswold, 106, 112,
Spurlin, Ronald Gene, Fort Dodge
Spurlock, Richard D., Cedar Rapids
Squires, Elmer Gene, Cedar Falls
Squires, Harold Dean, Cedar Falls
Squires, Nancy Ann, Greene, 139, 142,
Stachour, Judith Ann, Sibley, 100
Stahl, Mae Darlene, Dewitt
Stalzer, Jeanette Ruth, Haverhill, 192,
Stansberry, Claude E., Carlisle
Stansbury, Daryl E., Waterloo
Stanton, Harry Ambrose, Greene, 231
Starbuck, Kenneth Carl, Hampton
Stark, Russell, Waterloo
Stastny, Todd Franklin, Cedar Rapids,
Stauffer, Shirley A., Gilmore City
Steege, Alice Delores, Waverly, 132, 247
Steele, Veral Jane, Waterloo, 134-
Steffen, Darlene Mae, Wilton Junction
Steffen, Henrietta J ., Griswold, 226
Steffen, James Charles, Dyersville, 192,
215, 257, 281
Steimmetz, Robert S., Cresco
Steinbeck, Daryl Gene, Waterloo
Stellmach, Gloria Jean, Milford
Stephens, Dale Edwin, lndianola
Stephenson, John T., Waterloo
Stetzel, Anne Herriott, Waterloo
Stevens, Douglas R., Waterloo
Stevens, Thieleane B., Waterloo
Stevenson, Nancy R., Cedar Falls
Stewart, James Melvin, Waterloo, 281
Stewart, Larry Robert, Cedar Falls, 173,
Stiles, Carlyle Eugene, Charles City
Stilwell, James Clyde, Mason City
Stock, C. Anne, Storm Lake, 246
Stock, William Earl, Waukon, 208, 231,
Stoermer, Judith Ann, Spencer, 113
Stokes, Barbara Kay, Cedar Falls
Stokes, Gary Allan, Waterloo
Stolt, Janet Arlette, Waterloo
Stone, Dorothy Lee, Central City, 114,
Stone, Linda May, Delhi
Stone, Marilyn Louise, Chariton
Stotts, Frankie Gene, Marshalltown, 162
Stouffer, Loren W., Wheatland, 215
Stout, Audrey lrene, Washington
Stover, Betty Jean, Cedar Falls
Stow, Edward James, Stout
Strabala, William G., Lohrville
Strackbein, Raymond J., Lowden, 281
Strain, P. Ann, Sioux City, 113, 139,
202, 203, 247
Strayer, Sharron C., Algona. 203, 226
Strayer, Sheridan K., Algona, 117, 254
Streck, Edith Yvonne, Grinnell
Streitherger. Eric. Waverly
Strever, Norma Jean, Marshalltown, 195
Strifert, Benjamin E., Cedar Falls, 181
Strike, Burton Charles, Nashua
Strike, Marjorie Ann, Nashua, 134, 238
Strike, Marvin Hollis, Nashua, 281
Stringer, Dudley Duane, Lake Mills, 228,
Stripling, Dennis J., Lu Verne
Strobridge, Sonia Lee, Waterloo
Stroh, Sally Anne, Council Bluffs, 113,
133, 198, 253
Stroh, Susan Beth, Council Bluffs, 134,
Stroud, De Wayne Edward, Martensdale,
Strub, Richard F., Merrill, 162, 173,
Struck, Gretchen Jean, Clarion, 134
Struck, Marlys Ann, Waterloo, 245
Strunck, Shirley Ann, Davenport, 234,
Struyk, William James, Cedar Falls, 147
Stuart, Norman Neil, Des Moines
Stubbe, Jean F., Lake Mills, 228, 285
Stueber, Kenneth W., Elma
Stuempel, Rosemary M., Dubuque, 133
Stuempfig, Paul E., Reinbeck, 147
Stum, Brandt Leslie, Cedar Falls, 162,
Stumbaugh, Audrey Jean, Clinton, 136,
Stumpf, Aletha Mae, Rockwell City
Sturch, Ronald Eugene, Waterloo, 153,
169, 170, 171, 178, 179, 187
Sturgeon, Arlo O., Cherokee
Sturm, Raymond Joseph, Cedar Rapids
Suda, Michael M., Haiku Maui, Hawaii
Sulentic, Milo Norman, Waterloo, 282
Sullivan, Burdell W., Waterloo
Sullivan, Elizabeth M., Jesup
Sullivan, John L., Spencer, 117
Sullivan, Richard Paul, Albia, 135,
Sundquist, Arlene D., Sioux City
Surrell, Donald F., Waterloo
Suthers, Mary Lee, Maquoketa, 236,
Sutton, Albert F., Cedar Falls
Sutton, David Earl, Shell Rock
Sutton, Stephen Lee, Derby
Swanson, Carolee, Ottumwa, 234, 243,
Swanson, George Lee, Waterloo
Swanson, Glen Elwood, Waterloo
Swanson, Harlan W., Waterloo
Swartz, Albert E., Cedar Falls
Swartz, Fred Earl, Humeston, 193
Swatosh, Janice Leanne, Cedar Falls,
Sweeney, Mildred Anne, Britt, 208, 282
Swenson, Jon Ray, Lake Mills, 153,
Swessinger, James L., Marshalltown
Swick, Nancy Jeanne, Council Bluffs,
Syhlman, Bill Duane, Cedar Falls, 282
Sylvester, Howard G., Lynnville
Sylvester, Max S., Nevada
Sylvester, Susanne, Spirit Lake
Synhorst, Marilyn J., What Cheer, 253
Tabor, Kenneth Robert, Pilot Mound
Tagesen, Virginia Maye, Mason City
Takamiya, lrene Yaeko, Lihue Kauai,
Hawaii, 224, 229
Takamiya, June Misae, Lihue, Hawaii,
101, 113, 227, 229
Takano, Elaine Masako, Wahiawa Oahu
V Hawaii, 139, 201, 229, 249
Takemoto, Margaret M., Makawao,
Hawaii, 191, 229
Talbot, Richard Nathan, Cedar Falls,
Talcott, Beth J., Webster City, 67, 116,
Tanaka, Naiomi, Honokaa, Hawaii, 191,
Tanner, Jerre Eugene, Manchester, 133
Tanner, Priscilla Ella, Marion
Tanaka, Doris Setsuko, Honokaa,
Tashiro, Florence M., Honokaa, Hawaii,
Taylor, Jane Karen, Washington
Taylor, Robert, Cedar Falls, 153, 179,
187, 255, 282
Tegeler, Robert Victor, Waterloo, 215,
Teig, Caroline Julia, Radcliffe
Teisinger, Russell E., Waterloo
Templeman, Gail Y., Melbourne, 214,
Templeton, Dorothea E., Waterloo
Templeton, Richard Lee, Corning, 170
Tenkley, Shirley Ann, Sheldon
Tennant, Constance J., Chariton, 113,
Tennant, Elizabeth J ., Chariton, 197,
Terry, Barbara Ann, Waterloo
Terry, Dale Carlus, Cedar Falls, 282
Tgiros, Constantine D., Charles City,
325117, 119, 169, 170, 187, 196, 244,
Tharp, Max C., Cedar Falls
Thede, Ardella Allene, Gladbrook, 134,
Thede, Diane Lee, Gladbrook
Theis, Carolyn Ann, Atkins, 133, 238
Thielen, Josephine, Grundy Center
Thies, Helen C., Lamoni, 285
Thoen, Sandra Sharon, Kensett
Thoeni, John Elden, Monticello
Thomas, Charles W., Waterloo
Thomas, Clayton Floyd, Cedar Falls,
Thomas, Helen E., Fort Dodge
Thomas, Melvin Lee, Des Moines
Thompson, Carol E., Algona
Thompson, Darilyn Dee, Dows
Thompson, Diane Sargent, Cedar Falls
p Donald Lee, Dysart
Thompson Duane G., Cedar Falls, 221
Thompson Eugene M., Cedar Falls
Thompson Gail l., Brandon, 252, 282
Thompson, Gerald W., Cedar Falls, 111,
Thompson, Hartley O., Lake Mills
Thompson Helen J., Waterloo
Thompson, Janet M., Colfax
Thompson, Nancy P., Cedar Falls
Thompson Russell D., Charles City
Thordsen, Jerry Lynn, Davenport, 107,
132. 177, 178, 187, 282
Thoreson, Zoe Ann, Postville, 134, 136,
Thorson, Janyce Beth, Nevada, 114, 134,
Thorson, Maurine Olive, Fort Dodge,
Thorson, Max Eugene, Laurel
Thorson, Maxine Rustad, Waterloo
Thudium, Sharon Kay, Cedar Falls, 230
Thurloff, Ramona lda, Clinton, 134,
Tiarks, Bemadean, McClelland, 195, 248
Tiede, Delores S., Waterloo
Tiede. Milton Gotterie, Waterloo
Tietjens, Ben Jackson, Teeds Grove, 149
Tiffany, Lorna Mae, Colfax
Tilp, Carol Ellen, Marion, 200, 201
Timion, Larry Eugene, Waverly
Timmer, Carolynn Lou, Dil-re
Tisinger. Patricia May, Tipton
Tjaden, Lorna F., Titonka, 115
Tjaden, Robert John, Waterloo
Tjernagel, Susan J., 133, 198, 214, 226,
Toedt, Joanne Jeanne, Laurel, 192, 236
Tollefson, Dwight R., Cedar Falls
Tollefson, Eldon W., Cedar Falls
Tollefson, Leon Robert, Cedar Falls, 255
Tone, Maurice Burton, LaPorte City
Torgerson, Jerald M., Northwood, 106,
110, 112, 119, 228, 257, 283
Torneten, Marilyn J., Council Bluffs,
Towne, Peter Alan, Mason City, 177,
178, 179, 187, 283
Tracey, Carol Cecilia, Farley, 192
Tracey.Richard James, Remsen, 192
Travis, Ray Martin, Jefferson, 283
Trimble, James Harold, Traer
Trinkle, Barbara Jean, Bussey
Trinkle, Betty Eileen, Bussey
Troge, Duane, Charles City
Troge, Jack LeRoy, Charles City
Trotter, Harold Dale, Cedar Falls, 255
Trouten, LaRita Doreen, Harmony,
Troutman, Frederick J., Algona
Van Wechel, Wanda Lee, Vinton
Trueblood, Grace B., Waterloo
Trunnel, Doris Ann, Prairie City, 113,
Trunnell, Gary Thomas, Cedar Falls
Tschirki, Robert Dean, Forest City, 119,
173, 196, 257
Tschudy, Harriet Lee, Des Moines, 245
Tsuhako, Gene, Kealakekua, Hawaii,
Tucker, Myrna Joanne, Clemons, 134,
Tuinstra, Eloise Faye, Harris, 214, 226
Tullberg, Roland H., Cedar Falls, 283
Tumer, Donald Merle, Curlew
Turner, Florence Mable, Plainfield
Turner, Mildred Joan, Rodman
Tumer, Orlando, Cedar Falls
Turner, Virginia C., Waterloo
Turnquist, Marilyn, Des Moines, 81,
Turvold, Della, Northwood. 235
Tweeten, Karen Faye, Forest City, 133,
Twito, Lucille Yvonne, Lake Mills
Tychsen, Gene Edgar, Marshalltown
Tyler, Margaret A., Boone
Tyrrell, Donald Ross, Spencer, 117, 185
Uhl, Marilyn Ann, Cedar Falls
Ullmann, Geraldine A., Titonka
Ulvestad, Carol Elaine, Maquoketa
Ulvestad, Gene, Maquoketa
Umphress, Marilyn Kay, Colfax
Underwood, Miriam, Davenport, 196,
Upah, Ronald Vencil, Toledo
Usclikrat, Carnia, Hubbard
Uuskallio, Pauline, West Branch, 107,
133, 197, 214
Vacek, Joyce J., Oxford Junction
Valentine, Christine, Cedar Falls
Valley, Charles Andy, Cedar Falls, 231
Van Auken, Marleen, North English,
Vance, Kenneth Alan, Clarksville
Vandaele, Marlett Jean, Independence
Van De Pol, Margaret, Cedar Falls, 283
Vander Waal, Jacqueline, Algona, 110,
113, 244, 248
Vander Woude, Calvin, Sanborn, 132
Van Eaton, James O., Waterloo
Van Engen, Shirlejune, Webster City,
Van Epps, John Vedder, Waterloo, 89,
Van Hauen, Clark Eugene, Cedar Falls
Van Sant, Robert, Cedar Falls
Van Syoc, Nancy Coleen, Milo
Vantiger, Charles H., Holland
Van Velzen, Eleanor A. Sioux Center,
Van Wyk, Barend, Marion, New York,
Van Wyk, Bonnie L., Monroe, 214, 235
Varley, Mary Esther, Stuart, 201
Varnum, Marlys K., Radcliffe
Vedvik, Sylvia Joan, Oregon, Wisconsin,
Verbeek, Rosemary N., Bames City
Verbrugge, William E. Humboldt, 193,
Varen, Virginia Kay, Marshalltown
Verrips, Sandra Lee, Boyden
Vest, Emma, Vinton
Visser, Lee Eugene, Albia, 153
Vogel, Barbara Jane, Wall Lake, 199
Vogt, Carol Ann, State Center, 228
Vogt, Marlene, Camanche, 115, 191
Voigt, Geraldi-ne K., Algona
Voith, Ralph, Montezuma, 162, 257
Vonk, Carroll, Cedar Falls, 283
Vonk, Lorraine, Cedar Falls
Voorhees, James K., Cedar Falls
Voorhees, Mary M., Camanche
Vopava, Clair D., Waverly
Voves, Velmar J., Elma
Vovos, John J., Clinton, 169, 170, 171
Wade, Maureen R,, Soldier
Wade, Robert Floyd, Mason City, 132
Wagner, Ella Ruth, Waterloo, 136
Wagner, George C., Cedar Falls
Wagner, Gerald Eugene, Cedar Falls
Wagnerl Lois Jeanf 240, 242
Gladys R. Cedar Falls
Patricia Ann Spencer 134
Waite, Phyllis Jean, Missouri Valley, 193
Waite, Nancy Jean, Anamosa, 135
Walden, John David, Carroll
Waldron, Sandra Jean, Independence
Walentiny, David Lee, Waterloo
Wallace, Barbara Kay, Cherokee, 113,
139, 142, 202, 203, 251
Wallace, John Milburn, Cedar Falls
Wallace, Marilyn Marie, Vinton, 231
Wallace, Nancy Ruth, Ames, 142, 143
147, 193, 225, 243
Wallentine, Jerry H., Iowa Falls, 135,
136, 137, 197
Walser, Kenneth Leroy, Cedar Rapids
Walsh, Sharon Kay, Gilmore City
Walter, Frances Burton, Denison, 132
Walter, Judith, McGregor
Waltman, Florence, Cedar Falls
Waltman, William George, Cedar Falls
Walton, Leo Harry, Cedar Falls
Wand, Leah Kaye, Breda, 192
Wandro, Gale Francis, Colwell
Wantland, Lawrence M., Russell
Ward, Mary Ann, Waverly
Ward, Roy Daniel, Monmouth
Warner, Paula Kay, Ottumwa, 114,
Warnke, Gordon, Sumner
Wasser, John Bertram, Waterloo
Wasser, Joseph, Waterloo, 148, 149
Wasson, Nona LaVonne, Panora, 114,
Wastier, Ronald James, Cedar Falls
Watanabe, Shirley, Kauai, Hawaii, 139
142, 204, 229, 283
Waterman, Corrinne E., Montour
Waters, Arland Lee, Hampton, 117, 119,
Watson, Carol Jean, Sanborn, 202, 203
Watson, Dixie Kay, Waterloo
Way, Charles Richard, Massena
Weaver, Dean Bennett, Dana, 283
Webb, Harold Thomas, Manly, 215
Webbeking, Sylvia Jane, Waterloo, 251
Weber, Mary Lou, Waterloo
Weber, Sharon Lee, Charles City
Weber, William S., Melcher
Weber, Yvonne Jean, Breda
Weddle, Jack Rex, Knoxville, 193, 231
Wehling, Joan Beth, Dewar
Weida, John Owen, Dubuque, 200, 232
Weidemann, Dora Sue, Dows, 235
Weigel, Margaret Karol, McCallsburg,
Weiss, Dorothy Atwell, Davenport, 241
Welden, Jerrold, Iowa Falls, 233
Weltha, David Alan, Roland, 285
Wenger, Dorothy Jane, Oelwein, 133
Whittlesey, Milford P., Ottumwa, 225
Weltha, Jean Eleanor, Roland, 198, 226
Weltha, Joan Ella, Roland, 198, 226
Weltha, Margaret B., Humboldt, 43,
Wemer. Karen Kay, What Cheer, 228,
Wente, David Oscar, Waterloo
Wenzel, Karen Ann, 133, 192
Werner, Deanna Kay, Ogden, 201, 235,
Wernli, Wallace John, LeMars
Wessel, Karen K., Fort Dodge
West, Barbara Ann, New Hartford
West, Lois Grassley, Cedar Falls, 213,
West, Patricia Mae, Glidden
West Ruth Marie, Janesville
Westfall, Joann Maria, Iowa City, 193,
Westergaarcl, Marlene, Waterloo, 283
Westphal, M. Arnold, Maquoketa, 177,
Westphal, Nancy Ann, Onslow, 198, 253
Westphal, Roma Jean, Maquoketa, 186,
Wetzel, Norma Jean, Kirkman, 208, 216,
Whalen, Sharlene Rose, Austin,
Whaley, George B., Monroe, 135, 283
Whannel, Shirley Mae, Traer, 108, 207,
230, 233, 241, 249, 283
Wheaton, Darrel Dean, Boyd, Minnesota,
Wheeler, Jimmie Lee, Oelwein, 87, 147
Wheeler, Richard K., Stanhope, 142,
Whisler, Lawrence A., Winterset, 241
Whistler, Shirley Ann, Toledo
White, JoAnn, Fort Dodge, 139
White, Kay Mary, Cedar Falls, 284
Wgig, Martha Lou, Dickens, 136, 202,
White, Mary Jane, Newton, 226
White, Robert Charles, Allison
White, Robert Keith, Mt. Pleasant, 117
Whiteis, Lorraine E., Iowa City
Whiting, Bill E., Ruthven, 173, 284
Whitman, Jo E., Havelock, 201, 227
Whitney, Kay Annette, Garner, 201
Whitten, M. Kay, Rowan, 134, 194
Whitten, Ruth Ann, Des Moines, 194
Wiebler, Evelyn M., Ft. Madison, 133,
Wiedemeier, Lois E., Guernsey
Wiedner, Judy Ellen, Harpers Ferry, 192
Wiese, Karen Ann, Gladbrook
Wiethorn, Kurt F., Monona
Wightman, Don Keith, Cedar Falls
Wightman, Neta Paulsen. Cedar Falls
Wigton, Mary, Grimes 114, 133, 135
Wikel, Janet Louise, Iowa City, 113, 193
Wilcken, William W., Waterloo
Wilcox, Paula Mae, Cherokee, 114
Wilhite, John Theodore, Corwith
Wilkans, Eleanor Joy, Alexander, 114,
Wilkening, Marilyn J., Melbourne, 201
Wilkie, Mary Kathryn, Marshalltown,
Wilkins. Delores, Onawa, 143, 147, 149,199
Will, James Henry, Waterloo
Willhrandt, Lloyd R., Waterloo
Williams, Craig Eugene, Lime Springs,
Williams, Suzann, Ottumwa
, Duwayne M., Cedar Rapids
Larry Lee, Marshalltown
Wilson, Eleanor B., Cedar Falls
Wilson, Glenda S., Eagle Grove, 60,
77, 90, 116, 190, 200, 201, 210
Wilson, Marilyn Agnes, Van Horne
Yamamoto. Helen Haruko, Hilo, Hawaii
139, 223, 229
Yasukawa, Amy Aiko, Hilo, Hawaii,
Yetmar, Donald Thomas, Clare
Yocum, George W., Pocahontas
York, Marion Edwin. Burlington
Wilson, Marilyn Kay, Waterloo
Wilson, Roger Allan, Cresco
Wilt, Janet Sharon, LaPorte City
Winburn, James Robert, Cedar Falls
Winfrey, Kendall Ray. Wapello
Winger, Russell Ray, Griswold
Wingert, Charles Henry, Raymond
Winter, Joanne Julia, Lawler, 192, 253
Winters, Donald Lee, Fort Dodge, 108,
136, 137, 211, 284
Wise, Bobby Lee, Ottumwa, 135, 137,
Wishman, Melvin S., Cedar Falls, 284
Withers, Colby C., Webster City, 153,
Witmer, Dean Harland, Maxwell
Witt, Lila Maysel, Osage, 133
Wittmayer. Annetta, Cedar Falls
Wittstock, Fred Daniel, Waterloo
Witzel, Donald Eugene, Clarion
Witzel, Leland George, Clarion
Witzigman, Mary Ann, Riverdale, North
Yoshinaga, Fusako, Honomu, Hawaii,
Young, Alice M., Madrid, 190, 194,
195, 214, 235
Young, Betty Jean, Clinton
Young. Darrell Dean, What Cheer
Young, Elizabeth E., Cedar Falls
Young, Irvin Clarence, Waterloo
Young, Robert Bruce, Mt. Pleasant,
Young, Ronald Lee, Greene
Young, Sandra Kay, Grand Junction,
Young, Shirley Ann, Waterloo, 113,
Wohlers, William Henry, Maywood, New
Woldum, Barbara Ann, Osage
Wolf, John David, Ames
Joanne. Ogden, 132
Norman Gray, Stuart
Wolfensperger, Karen R., Cedar Falls
Zahn, John George, Des Moines
Zea, David Dean, St. Ansgar
Zeller, A. Catherine. Dysart. 191
Wombolt. Jean Frances, Red Oak, 133,
Wood, A. Dale. Melbourne. 200, 254
Wood, Beverly Jean, Macksburg
Wood, David Lee, Melbourne
Wood. Edna Leoria, Dow City, 197,
Wood, Judith Ann, Dysart
Wood, Marjorie Ruth. Dickens
Wood. Richard Wayne. Albia, 212, 284
Woodcock, Coleen Ann, Aplington
Woodring. Georgia Anne, Waverly
Woods, Jeane Marie. Osceola
Woodward. Sharon Kay, Cedar Rapids
Woodworth, Glenda Lee. Center
Worden. Fred Donald, Shell Rock
Worsfold. Charles R., Marshalltown, 132
Sharon Kae. Bagley, 133, 238
Larry Dale, Lehigh
Ziegler, Helen Marie, Osage, 243
Ziemer. Louise Margaret, Juneau,
Zink, Larry Eugen, Beaman, 135
Zuber, Judith Arline, Davenport, 253
Zwanziger. Max Darrell. Waterloo
Zwanziger. Jane Ellen, Plainfield, 226
Wosoba, Joyce Eleanor, Baldwin, 132,
Wren. Robert Paul, Yale, 131
, Charles, Ogden, 209, 221, 284
, Dixie Lee. Earlham
, Jacqueline E., Waterloo
. Robert Alan, Garnavillo
Wright, Virginia, Waterloo, 201, 243
. William Wing, Cedar Falls, 200
Wroblewski, John J., Waterloo
Wuebben. DeAnna Marie, Parkston,
South Dakota, 134
Jean Sharon, Waterloo
, Juanita C., Decorah, 245
Marika G., Cherokee
Rosemarie B., Gruver
Rose Mary, Mason City
Yamada. Evelyn Setsuko, Kapaa Kauai,
FROM THE EDITOR
As the hands of the clock approach midnight and time has come for another yearbook to be Hput
to bed," a tired editor sits in her office for the last time and acknowledges those who made possible
the 1957 OLD GOLD.
First there's the staff-editors, photographers, section heads, writers and all-around Workers-who
spent many long hours meeting all deadlines on the '57 OLD GOLD. Special mention goes to art
editor Bill Schroeder, always present and ever dependable, far exceeding his required duties in
doing whatever needed to be done. Also to be commended are photo editor Suk Ho Kim, associate
editor Flo Chaney, and copy editor Gwen Lelznus for their many hours of service.
Not to be overlooked is the business side of the annual with Marie Burger at the helm, and the
hard-working sales crew. who set a new record this year.
Then there are people not 'cofficiallyv on the staff, but who deserve a special thanks: Loretta
Middleton, for her able execution of the first OLD GOLD Beauty Pageant, Ann Kidwell, for the
long hours spent on the OLD GOLD Beauty and Popularity contests and the OLD GOLD danceg Dave
Beuter and the Board of Control of Student Publications, for their concern throughout the yearg Floyd
Hutzell and the rest of the KYTC staff, for the promotion given OLD GOLD sales and activities, and
the College Eye, for their publicity space.
To John c'Red,' Biclfers, our advisor, goes sincere gratitude for his timely suggestions and helpful
advice, which helped an inexperienced editor over manya rough spot.
There are others who deserve a vote of thanks: our contractors, National Studios of Waterloo and
Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, Texas, and Mr. Ed Harris, Taylor's representative, for every-
thing he did-the trip to Dallas for three staff members, the monthly visits to Cedar Falls to see that
all was going smoothly, and the help he gave when any problems arose.
And last. but not least. an expression of appreciation is due to the entire student body and staff
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