University of Northern Iowa - Old Gold Yearbook (Cedar Falls, IA)
- Class of 1962
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STATE COLLEGE OF IOWA
CEDAR FALLS. IOWA
A Student Publication
YEIAR. OF' TRANSITION'
N 1873 21 Blnclchziwk County farmer, Senn-
tor Etlwarcl fl. Nliller, hegan the lengthy process
in the Legislature' to estahlish 21 normal school at
Cetlzlr lfulls in 21 state-ownetl huiltling. Not until
Nlzirch 17, 1876, was the hill zlpprovetl. ln .lune
Alzunes C. Gilchrist, Superintendent ol? Nluson
City schools, was electecl Principal ol' the new
Un lvetlnestlay, September 6, 1876, twenty-
seven stutlents anal live faculty melnhers inet lior
recitation in North lflzlll, known totlzly us Central.
This was the heifinniiw' ol' lowzl State lxlflfllllll
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this tower has watched the evolution Ot a school. School
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part ol our training.
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era, ll time when une small spark in
internzltionzll 2llil.2lll'S coulal ignite con-
clitiuns liroin whit-lm the worlal eoulcl
never recover. It is our responsibility
to future generations to present them
with ll normal lile in 21pC2lCCfLll worlcl.
Wle slwulcl be especially L'2ll'Cl4l.ll in our
own CLlLIC2ltiOl121l l.7I'Cp2Il'2ltl0l1, so that
we ezm participate actively antl intel-
ligently in meeting this obligzltirm.
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will hmm of thc nccal for our own im-
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imlustry or in informal talk. Thu loca-
tlflll IS not as important as thc fact that
someone has cxpcricnccd somcthingg new
and prohtcd hy it.
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porhons of knowledge.
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Here is where the new student first feels he has begun to lose his individuality.
BGGHTOVGUVS tenth. mabfbe? Fall orientation-the annual inundation of new
students, parents, counselors and frustrated dormi-
tory directors. This yearls students were different
from other yearys-they were members of SCl's
first class, but they faced the age-old freshman
problems. After the first few hectic days of form-
filling, testing, campus touring, and adjusting to
dormitory rooms, roommates, and near-capacity
housing, the freshmen settled down to the serious
task of getting acquainted. Their job was eased by
the Chuck-YVagon dinner and the all-college mixer,
moved indoors by the weather. By the time classes
started all began to feel nearly at home.
! Nonder where my foofhpasfe
We know all Hwis--wlwerek Pfayboy?
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Men students air their opinions af dormitory buzz sessions
during ACCIA week,
"Neutralism, a Positive or Negative Force for
VVorld Peacen was the theme of the 4th annual
All-College Conference on International Affairs.
Representatives from Russia, Nigeria, Tunisia,
jordan and the lfnited States visited the campus
to present a stimulating series of lectures on this
vital question in present world affairs. Students
participating in the conference not only heard the
various addresses, but were free to question the
speakers and talk with them at the many discussion
groups following the sessions. "To the average
African, independence means freedom to do business
with both sidesfl was one comment of Ur. David
Dankaro, Nigc-ria's representative, while Vladimir
Petrovsky, the Russian delegate, emphasized the
need for peaceful co-existence. Klany of the dele-
gates were guests in the homes of Cedar lfalls
families during their visit.
The conference over, Dr. Poage
delegates fo the waiting plane.
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hurries the last of ihe ACCIA
When was the last time anyone checked the fuel?
"Ancient Greek" Dave Cox and "modern Greek" Ann l-lawr
Cheer todayls "Greeks" on to victory.
Greeks on campus rollicked through a lively week
as they held their l'Hellenic Holidaysy' during last
spring's Greek VVeek. Carol Lester, Delta Delta
Phi, and Don Klurphy, Alphi Chi lfpsilon, reigned
as queen and king of the week while Kay Kaiser
and Gil Huseman, pledges of Delta Delta Phi and
Alpha Chi lfpsilon respectively, were crowned
princess and prince. Joe VVi1l, alias Hthe Laughing
ldiotf' of Alpha Chi Epsilon, received the title ot
Ugliest Klan on Campus and the proceeds from this
event were donated to the Cedar Valley Service
Center. Despite the rain, fraternities and sororities
labored at the Cedar Falls Lutheran Home on their
service project. 'lihey displayed their talents in the
fun-filled variety show which featured Dave Cox
and Ann Hawn as master and mistress ot cere-
monies and exhibited their athletic prowess at the
often hilarious, ever-popular Olympics. The all'
Greek chorus was a bright spot in the week. Klany
dinners and a dance at the VVaterloo lflks Cluh
brought the active week to a close.
Forerunner of the Twist?
Comedferme Sandy PHEWQS qyrafos Hwrouqlw anoflwer of Her Daniomimes.
Nauqhfy Nu Sigs add an exofic wiqqhe fo We sfrains of Mpefer Gurmf
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A lone SCI sfudenf confemplafes The "downward paflw fo wisdom."
Pledges Turn up in Wwe oddesf Hpredica
Queen Jan Magel smiles at the camera from her convertible
Two thousand fans watched as six records were set
and another tied in the 38th running of the TC relays.
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How'm I doin', Coach?
To the already "beautiful day for the raeesl' was added
the beauty of bright-eyed ,lan llagel, crowned queen
of the event. Teachers' 440-yard relay team tied the
record in that event with a time of :-l3.l. The fresh-
men set a record time of l :3l.0 in the 880-yard, relay.
See, I 'fold you that was Number 43.
Look, Ma, grace.
And then it was performance night and suddenly
the long practice sessions which had meant almost
constantly damp hair for weeks beforehand seemed
well worth all the work they had taken. The Klar-
lins' presentation of their preeision-swimming show
"Postmarlced Pareem was excellent entertainment
for the visiting mothers and their families during
Mrs. Russell Tubaugh
Mother of the Year
the 1961 K1other's Day weekend. Because of her
daughter, .l0y's outstanding accomplishments and
contributions to campus life, 1N'1rs. Russell Tubaugli,
Belle Plain, was chosen to reign as llother of the
Day for 1961. She and the other mothers were
royally entertained by a round of teas, luncheons
and the annual style show.
At last, winter gave way to spring :intl then sum-
mer. It felt like summer. at least, hut there were
still the clelnzuuls of courses to he met, finals to he
stunlieml for :mtl term papers to he written. There
were those, however, who could find spare hours for
the sunbathing courts amd others who preferred the
exereise of the tennis courts. The temperate weather
stirred the Huwaiizin Club to plan 21 Luau, which
Il1l'2ll1f21ll evening of food, clznneing :mil ukelele musie
for their group. The rest of us looked hopefully
forwarcl to summer.
But Mommy, I can? wait!
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Fireworks doubled the meaning of the 4th of July
in 1961 as the name change of lowa State Teachers
College became effective. Students, interested people
and the Cedar Falls Chamber of Commerce helped
put up new signs displaying the name State College
of Iowa. This highlight of summer activities was
only part of the excitement of summer. On campus
the students enjoyed the informal atmosphere that
comes with summer school. Art classes moved out-
side and classroom wear became casual. llovies,
art exhibits, picnics, tennis, 'studying on the lawn:
all this was summer atmosphere at SCI.
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uick-change arfisfs pull a fad' iob.
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Ah, 'ro be young and in Venice!
A six-day trans-Atlantic cruise, a two-week study
session at Oxford, travel through Holland, Ger-
many and Austria, with a study period at Vienna,
'seven days behind the lron Curtain, tours of Klos-
cow, Italy, Switzerland and France: what a won-
derful way to spend the summer and yet earn college
credit. The fifty-two members of the ISTC Social
Science Seminar in liurope found that they had
mueh to learn about our neighbors in VVeste1'n
lfurope and so took full advantage of the many lec-
tures, tours and sight-seeing opportunities that their
trip afforded them. The group, headed by Dr. and
llrs. Louis Bultena and Dr. and llrs. Howard
jones, on the study tour planned by the Social
Science Department, spent ten new-experience-filled
weeks in VVestern Europe. Back in Cedar Falls,
Iowa, summer session at ISTC-SCI went on as
usual in the warm summer months and there was
much to be learned here, too.
Does anybody lrnow whai time it is?
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Vve been here a weeksl wanna go home!
Watch it te-llesl You're stretching my
me-clctie. You clorft suppose he torqot Us aqeim7
Fall Acti ities
lhe rn-foriciitzition to czxmpus litt- was over-tlic
long, lazy clays of SllIIlIllL'l' torgottcii iii tht' whirl of
fall zictixitics on campus. The treshmaii soon cams'
to tc-cl Il part ot it all :uid wack-4-iid trips home
slowly clwiiidlc-il :is the full schcdiilc bc-cziiue more
:mtl more lillvcl with Pzinther football gzmics, lef-
turvs, meetings, concerts, assignmciits, fake dates
:mtl long walks or bicycle rides on streets lined with
brillizmr :iutuiiiii color.
Slqma Apoe loto actives discus a Skt they are about to
present to prospective pledges.
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Sh-e's probabiy wondering how srabie that ramp is.
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Sing, boy, sing.
Several possibilities for answers to the often per-
plexing problem of what to wear where were offered
to the student body at the fall AYVS-AIU Style
Show held in the Auditorium. Student models
showed the latest in appropriate campus wear for
dress, sport ,and classroom. lXlen's suits tended to-
ward simple lines, natural shoulders and rich, warm
shades of brown and green, while matching skirts
and sweaters and basie slim-lined sheaths remain
popular for women. Coleen Shea and Tom johnson
acted as style Commentators for the show.
Every bona fide college man owns a pipe!
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SCI fires up for Home-Coming.
Jim Crowder seems fo approve We ColNege dwouce of Home
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Gamma De'la places iirsl wilh "The Soaring Spirii ol' Sclf'
Clear hlnc- skim-s and vibrant zintnmn colors fornic-cl
thc backdrop for the staging of thi- first SCI Honic-
coining. "Thr Sflls thc l,iinit" was the tlic-inc :inil
cnthiisizisin slioxwil strong from thc Hzuningg SCI pop
rzilly to the "SCI-Rocketiiigf' mlzincc. Over 6,500
fans, inclniling Ciovernor Norlnzin lfrbc, Qlicfvwil the
tczini to victory over Angiisrzinzi and applmidi-il the
hzilf-time show in honor of previous ISTQ' grzimlii-
rites. The Ciznninzi Delta llozit, "Soaring Spirit of
SCI," won first place in rlii- colorful pziimlc. Svzitwl
on thc thronc of thc qiiec-n's llozit was thi- rcigiiing
quccii Bonnie Yzin Zandt, si sophomore from lllusfzi-
tinc, who was si-li-cred hy rin- stiiclvnt holly. Arrvnil-
ing the qiiccn n'crQ D60 Azcltiiic. Rowzing Ciurri
lfox, Wvzitcrloog liziy liziisvr, Diihiiqiiv, :inil lizirh
Schniichcr, Ccilzir lfzills.
The Calalonians swing our wilh lheir rendilion oi popular lolk songs
the AMRH Beauty and Talent Show.
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Gently swaying Spanish moss and graceful white
columns furnished a romantic setting for the fourth
annual AKIRH Beauty Pageant and, Talent Show.
The sixteen lovely contestants representing each of
the houses in the ITlCll,S residence halls and varied
talent entries afforded the audience an entertaining
evening. Illary Sue lfdgcrton of Rockwell City was
selected by the panel of judges and crowned by last
yearls Bliss AKIRH, Georgia VViedemeyer lValler.
According to the boys from Carpenter House, "Theres Nothing Like a Dame."
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No sooner does the last golden leaf fall from the
last golden tree than the first hesitant snow tlake ot
the year appears on the scene. From then on until
some time too much later toward spring, SCI under-
goes a period called lVinter. This year VVinter was
made memorable by the Big Snow of February and
spiced by occasional snow-balling melees, stalled or
buried ears and those invigorating walks up the
diagonal walk toward Campbell. Knee-deep in snow
surging across campus we tried hard to believe that
there is no California.
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Because the evergreen trees sheltered the little b7rd, Jack
Frost let them keep their leaves,
This body of individuals performed as one, a par? of The SCN fradifion.
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Dr. Myron Russell ccnducfs orchesira and
chorus In Baclfs "CHrfs+mas Oraforlou
whlcb was presenfed WHF1 fhe "Messiah,"
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Therek nothing like an old fashioned Christmas . . . there's nothing
like an Old-Fashioned!
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Christmas came suddenly to the campus this year,
As usual, some people digress-ed
Change that request to a pair oi stills,
almost with the first real snow, :md just as suddenly
everyone found himself engaged in the gay round
of p1'e-Christmas activities on campus. George I".
H2lIlllCl,S inspiring "fXlessiz1h,H the ttaclitionztl tree
lighting ceremony with earillon concert and hot
chocolate and earoling in the Commons othcizilly
opened the season.
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Lawther hacl its Christmas in the Commons one night alter the boys had been shooed home.
Even though i'l's Christmas, one to a person.
"Christmas comes but twice a year, once at home
and once up herel' read the sign on the door and all
through that and other residence halls was the gay
hustle of decorating, package wrapping, impromptu
parties and sometimes maybe even studying, if it was
remembered that finals come shortly after Christmas.
There were .so many things to do-go with that
group of children to the Children's Theater, carol
for various community members, decorate the Com-
mons and the lounges and Hnd time to spend sitting
in front of a crackling fire Chatting with friends and
drinking Christmas wassail.
It you concentrate very hard on the mistletoe, perhaps a lair
prince will appear beneath it.
Dr. Verlin Lee, Emcee, presented Bunny with rhe-
Cld Gold Week
The application of liquid cement holds the coil securely.
The drive was on. QLD CGOLD salesmen showed
up in the most unlikely plaeesg posters sprouted out
of all bulletin boards. Both spoke a similar message
-Buy your CJLD CEOLD this week-or else! And
We scraped together enough of last nionthls allow-
ance and bought. SLIDCI'-S2llCSXVOIIl21I1, Alice Kuntz,
won the sales contest during this active week filled
with contests. First came the beauty pageant pre-
lixninaries which selected fifteen lovely girls to ap-
pear in the finals. And when the big night was
over, Brenda Jean Cl3unnyj Geiger was Crowned
QULD Cl0LD Beauty queen for l962. Her attendants
were Peggy DeShon, Dianne Denk, Vicki Schultz,
and Hlaureen Allison. The QLD ClOLD Popularity
favorites were Sandy Phillips, Klyrna Spurling,
Carroll l'fnglehardt and Barry fleise.
Perhaps onfy one gif! knows How H115 go? Here and
how if disappeared af+er her stage presenlrafim.
This is For We bemefif of any nearsfqlwlred peopNe wl'1oNef+H1eFr opera gWasses af home
Dr. Lee, Emcee of Hue final pageant seems
To have enfoyed Hwe program.
Pageanf dfredor Jim Peffff assisfs In 'Wwe
presenfafiom of glffs fo popdarlfy winners.
Row I: C. Henderson, Liberia: S. Gupta, India: D. Salvadori, J. Herbison, New Zealand: H. Bozorgzadeh: Iran. Row 2: J. Visser,
Netherlands: N. Gupta, India: B. Mbarnara, Nigeria: C. Ezeanii, Nigeria: A, Haq Khan, India: J. Ogike, Nigeria: H. Ito: Japan.
Row 3: J. Ndungu, Kenya: A. Karamalla, Sudan: I. Ahrabi-Fard, Iran: E. Sattari, lran: S. Daiani, Jordan: A. Hanson, Foreign
Student Adviser: B. Tinpanglca, Thialand: R. Mage, lndia.
Adjustment for the college student is a problem
that is overcome without too many battle scars. But
tor the foreign student it is an even greater problem
as our society is completely unfamiliar to him.
Here at SCI, foreign students encounter this prob-
lem. To help them, a group has been formed called
Foreign Students. This informal group meets over
cokes and coffee to discuss their college lite. They
are interested primarily in their education at this
school and by meeting together they have the oppor-
tunity to discuss American education. They are
representatives ot the International Ifducation
movement which brings thousands of foreign stu-
dents to the United States for higher education.
They are sponsored by Dr. Alden Hanson.
Houshang Bozorgzadeh: table-tennis champ battles between
halves ot an SCI basketball game.
Seated are a Sudanese Student from Dubuque and Mrs.
Ahmed Karamalla and son. A Sudanese Student trom Ames
and Ahmed Karamalla are Standing.
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Approxiniziteh 400 ISTC students were awarded their
hziehelor of arts in eduezitinn degrees at com:neneement
exercises in -lune. These were the last of the Ql'21llll2lfCS
from ISTC. After reeeiving their degrees from President
hlzlueker, they went out to teach :ind eontinue their learn-
ing. The Varsity Bla-n's Cllee Club and Philip llzuhn
provided music for the oeeasion.
:Xt summer eommeneement in August 200 students
gI'21llll2lfCCl. The first grziduzxtes of the new ern reeeired
diplomas hearing the nzune of State College of Iowa. All
left with mixed emotions: sadness because of the life they
must lezwe behind and zmtieipzitiuns for the one they face.
l-low long do you think this will last?
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HARRY H. A. W.
JOHN c. STANLEY OBERHAUSEN REDEKER
Presideni' J. W. MAUCKER
President and Board of Regents
MRS. JOSEPH WILBUR MRS. ROBERT MRS. KENNETH MAURICE B
ROSENFIELD MOLISON VALENTINE EVANS CRABBE
Flo SCI Students:
ur first year as the State College of Iowa is
w Q underway as I greet you through the Old Gold.
mt can we say of it?
ree comments seem pertinent:
Students whipped up a good deal of general
enthusiasm in the fall with practically every
event being a "first'l Cfirst time as SCU. The
weather man and Stan Sheriff and Company
helped make Homecoming a near perfect eele-
Crowding was more evident - in large classes,
residence halls, and the Commons A- as we
opened the year with an enrollment in excess
of 4,000 for the first time. VVe all felt the
pressure to push for additional facilities.
The underlying drive for higher quality of
academic performance made itself felt as our
general education program, new Honors see-
tions and theme groups, 'ld' instruction, and
the proposed honor system of examinations
came under scrutiny hy staff and students.
B st wishes to you all.
J. XV. AIAKCKER,
Mr, Don Finegan. Associate Professor of Art, contemplates fhe sculpfure he has cieafed
DR. WILLIAM C. LANG
Dean ot Instruction
To provide individuals who are professionally
competent and socially fit to teach the youth of our
state remains the primary objective of State College
of Iowa. Dean Lang, Dean of Instruction, by en-
couraging selection of a competent faculty, creative
student body, and dynamic curriculum, contributes
DR. PAUL BENDER
Dean of Students
to the hnest quality of education. Dean Holmes,
Associate Dean of Students, helps women students
to understand themselves as women, to interpret
their roles in society, and to develop their personal-
ities in light ot the expectations involved in these
DR. MAVIS HOLMES
Associate Dean ot Students
Business Office and Physical Plant
The office familiar to students gainfully employed
on campus as the place to which they tloclc the first
of each month for monetary inspiration is the llusi-
ness Olhce. Under the management of Hlr. Philip
Jennings, this office performs duties of accounting,
auditing, reporting, and budgetary control and pur-
chasing for the entire college, including residence
halls, food service, laundry, mimeograph and the
Physical Plant. Illr. lfldon Cole as Director of the
Physical Plant is responsible for much more than
cutting the grass, raking the leaves and trimming
the shrubs! Areas administered and supervised by
the Physical Plant are heating and power plantg
various shop-sg janitorial serviceg transportation
serviceg campus gardens and groundsg campus polic-
ingg building maintenance, repair and remodelingg
supervision of new construction. New consti'uction
of building and parking lots have expanded the
responsibility of this department, now the largest
system of full-time employment on campus.
MR. ELDON COLE
MR. PHILIP JENNINGS
Business Manager and Secretary
M R. JAM ES BAILEY
Director of Physical Plant Assistanl' Business Manager
DR. DARYL PENDERGRAFT
Director ot Field Services
Assistant to the President
Daryl Pendergraft is Director of Field Services.
He has supervision of Off-Campus Activities, which
includes the Extension Service, Placement Bureau,
Public School Relations, Alumni Affairs and Radio
and Television. He also serves as assistant to the
President. Dr. Raymond Schlicher is Director of
Extension and Placement. The Placement Bureau
provides positions for all graduates of this college.
Among Dr. Schlicher's extension service duties are
administration of the car fleet, consultant service,
state-wide college extension classes, non-credit local
community classes, speaker's bureau, correspondence
study and aid to schools with problems. Ernest
Fossum is Assistant Director of Placement. As
Public School Relations Counselor, Jack Wieleiiga
visited prospective SCI students at high schools on
Prospective Teachers Days. Herbert Hake, Director
of Radio and Television, produced radio and tele-
vision programs in public schools of Iowa and closed
circuit television college courses. Milo Lawton, as
Director of Alumni Affairs, maintained contact with
alumni and administrated the loan fund and scholar-
DR. RAYMOND SCHLICHER
Director ot Placement Bureau and Extension Service
MR. JACK WIELENGA
Public School Relafions Counselor
MR. MILO LAWTON
MR. ERNEST FOSSUM
Assishani Direcfor of Placemenl Bureau
Assisfanf in Charge of Alumni Affairs
MR. HERBERT HAKE
Direclor of Radio and TV
Instruction and Research
DR. MARSHALL R. BEARD
DR. HERBERT M. SILVEY
Director of Research
Dean Lang, as supervisor of the Division of In-
struction and Research, has several assistants who
work in specific areas of responsibility. The Assist-
ants to the Dean of Instruction are primarily re-
sponsible for the development of the curriculum,
graduate programs, and the summer session. The
Coordinator of Research also serves as an assistant
to the Dean. He encourages institutional, faculty
and graduate student research. The primary con-
cerns of the Othce of the Registrar are the admission,
retention and graduation of students. It keeps com-
plete records of student progress, approves advance
standing of transfer students, issues transcripts and
recommendations, plans class scheduling and handles
registration procedures. The Bureau of Research,
headed by the Director of Research, is responsible
for all group testing programs, such as placement,
sophomore and graduate examinations. It also serves
instructors in evaluating individual testing. This
office conducts research and experimental projects in
institutional and administrative problems and directs
co-operative research projects with other similar
MR. MERRILL FINK
DR. GORDON RHUM
Co-ordinafor of Research
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DR. WALLACE ANDERSON
Assisfanf fo fhe Dean of lnsirucfion
DR. HOWARD KNUTSON
Assisiani' fo ihe Dean of lnsfruciion
MR. GEORGE HOLMES
Director of College Relations
Assistance and consultation for other college of-
fices in problems of public relations and the inter-
pretation of the college to its various publics is the
main function of the College Relations Ollice. As
part of this Work the olhce prepares new-s releases,
brochures and photographs for newspapers and radio
and TV stations as well as booklets and bulletins
addressed to prospective students, public :school per-
sonnel and alumni. All official college publications
are processed under the direction of Xlr. Jack Hols,
Publications Assistant. These include such publica-
tions as the nllunznux magazine, college catalog,
summer bulletin, general information bulletin, de-
partmental leatlets, folders and programs. lllr. Hols
also serves as advisor ot the OLD CSOLD. lllr.
George lVine, Sports lnforniation Assistant, and
lllrs. Lorec lVilson, General News Assistant, report
daily news releases to newspapers, radio and TV.
George Wine, Sports lntormation Assistant, Loree Wilson, lntormation Assistant, Jack l-lols, Publications Assistant.
DR. PAUL KELSO
Co-orclinator ot Student Counseling
Dr. Paul Kelso, Coordinator of Student Counsel-
ing, offers vocational counseling. Through such
methods as interest tests, he aids students in re-
evaluating their programs. He othciallv serves as
director of the college counseling program, super-
visor of the faculty-advisor program for new students,
and chairman of orientation activities.
lfour major areas involve Hlr. Alensen, Assistant
to the Dean of Students: student government, guid-
ance and counseling, housing and federal loans. Re-
sponsibilities connected with married student housing,
off-campus men, lNIen's Union and organizations
committees, orientation, and revision of the Guide-
book accompany his position.
Dr. Harold lf. Bernhard, Director of Religious
Activities and Professor of Religious Literature,
seeks to develop the religious life of the student.
He is advisor of the Student Council of Religious
Activities, director of conferences and lectures, co-
ordinator of student religious centers, and professor
in the Department of Languages, Speech, and Lit-
erature, teaching courses in religion.
DR. HAROLD BERNHARD
Director of Religious Activities and
Professor ot Religious Literature
MR. DENNIS JENSEN
Assistant to the Dean ot Students
This year the new Student Health Center pro- Dr. S. C. Henn, lledical Director, and lliss
vided improved services with its laboratory, X-ray llaude Haines, supervisor, headed the staff.
room, emergency room, and sixteen-bed hospital.
C ' lum Laboratory
Rather than being 21 HTom Thinnbu library, the dents and in-service teachers. The Audio-Visual
Curriculum Laboratory is a workshop for both stu- Center is a branch of this office.
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Crealive minds in acfion?
ow I: R. l-laslcell, M. Campbell, C. l-lerrold, C. Fowler, D. Finegan. Row 2: D. Delalield, K. Gogel, J. Page, H. Guillaume
DR. HARRY GUILLAUME
Jack Cleyter creates an "original."
To expose 'students to original contemporary
works of art and artists is the obligation felt by the
Art Department. Films and film strips in classes,
exhibitions by students and agencies, special speakers,
and television programs are efforts made toward
this goal. This year the college's permanent collec-
tion of paintings was displayed in the Commons. It
is a departmental policy to hire instructors who,
besides being vitally concerned with teaching, are
creatively active in their subject area. These teacher-
producers, in displaying their works competitively,
are recognized prominently and have designed build-
ing decorations on campus and in -surrounding cities.
In conjunction with the change to State College of
Iowa, the number of new students and the graduate
program have both expanded. Also, a course in
Oriental art was added in the spring. The depart-
ment sponsors Art Club and Kappa Pi, an honorary
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J. LaRue, L. Wright, Kenneth Brower R Matala H Reed
Industrial Arts Department
The Industrial Arts Department has as its main
goal education through practical experiences with
tools, processes, and materials which are related to
production in modern industry. ln carrying out
thi.s objective, the lndustrial Arts Department to-
gether with the lndustrial Arts Club and the
llajors, lVives Club has enjoyed one of its most
successful years. Highlighting this yearls program
of activities was the winter Industrial Arts Confer-
ence which was held January l9-20. The guest
speaker was Dr. Raymond H. Larson of the St.
Cloud State College, St. Cloud, lllinnesota. The
conference was followed by a week of student ex-
hibits during which time the public had the oppor-
tunity of seeing displays in metal work, electrical
work, radio construction and architectural drawing.
Two new additions to the Industrial Arts Building
this year were the drafting room and the expansion
of the metal shop.
DR. LLOYD DOUGLAS
The addition of four specialization courses which
provided for a non-teaching degree was the main
point of interest in the business program this year.
Now, for the first time, the department offered such
courses as general business, accounting, marketing
and secretarial training to those students who do
not wish to become business instructors. Students
planning to major in business education had the
opportunity to take an office education course. The
State College of Iowa is one of the few schools in
the nation to offer such a course. The Department
of Business Education, under the supervision of Dr.
Lloyd Douglas, sponsored the Pi Omega Pi and the
Future Business Leaders of America.
ll iT's legible, llmeres somellwing wrong wiflw IT.
Row I: K. Humphrey, L. Douglas, J. Blanlord, M. Blanford, A. Lebeda. Row 2: K.
Hansen, H. Samson, L. Keele, J. Barron, E, Scarrell, D. Hill.
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L. Buckingham, M. Siolander, J. Yeager, O. Holliday. E. Shores.
Home Economics Department
Shaiila Gupta, New Delhi, India, one of our international
The Home Economics Department provides edu-
cation concerning the well-being of individuals and
families and the values significant in home life.
This spring the department, under the 'supervision
of Bliss lllargaret Sjolander, .sponsored a High
School Day. lwany junior and senior high school
students came to the campus to see the home eco-
nomics exhibit and tour the department. Theta
Theta Epsilon and the Ellen Richards Club are
sponsored by the department.
Picfure a fraqranf appie pie wifiw Hs spicy iruif iiiiimg
bubbling om onfo The goiden crust Ifs perfecfiy fluied
edges are crisp and brown and +l'ie Top and boffom
cms? are Hairy and fork-iender. Doesrfi ii' give you iiie
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Bur on The ofher hand, if rhe resr is por oh unhl Monday you'H spend Sunday nighr srudying.
Row I: D. Koering, B. Reppas, W. Dreier, E. HUH, V. Weir, H. Beck, M. Nelson, M.
Towne. Row 2: M. Wilcox, A. Brown, B. Lamb, R. Johnson H. LaPine, M. Price, W.
DeKock, N. Hampron, H. Knufson. Row 3: F. Marfindale, A. Carpenfer. R. Euchner,
A. Uecker, S. Knox, O. Thompson, C. Bishop, W. Silvey, E. Segal.
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DR. CLIFFORD L. BISHOP
Education and Psychology Department
concentrate, maybe I can stay awake.
This year the Department of lfdueation and Psy-
chology completed several of the research and ex-
perimental projects which it had instituted in the
past few years. Dr. Nellie Hampton finished her
three-year study of the rapid learner. The revised
junior high curriculum plan was put into use for
the first time this year. ln addition to these accom-
plishments, Dr. A. lf. Brown successfully completed
his research project on the history of the depart-
ment. 'lihe lfducation Department was host to the
tall Elementary lfducation Conference and to the
lflementary Leaders Conference held in the spring.
During the past two summers the ll. S. Utliee of
lfducation sponsored a guidance institute under the
direction ot Dr. Calvin Daane. The General Psy-
ehologj' Laboratory was new to the department this
year. liappa Delta Pi, Kappa Pi lieta Alpha, Beta
Alpha lfpsilon, Student lowa State lfducation Asso-
ciation, and lflementa Iii were sponsored hy the
DR. GUY WAGNER
Now where were we before H1e+ phofoqrapher came in?
Row I: M. Stone, J. McLain, L. Potter, E. Manfor, J. Englund, L. Barrilleaux, L. Sfolcsfad, L. Anderson, M. Divelbess, P, McCarthy,
C. Offman. Row 2: L. Giiloley, M, Holmberg, E. Parisho, C. Harper, M. Sfruble, R. Mahon, M. Schmitt, M. Iverson, P. Mazula, C.
Koehmsfedf, C. Ducros, M. Blackman. Row 3: M. Hosier, O, Nelson, M. Schools, W. Gohman, A. Potter, W. Aurand, K. Bufzier, J.
Hohlfeld, 6. Wagner, R, Paulson, H. VanderBeelc, J. Przyeliodzin. Row 4: F. Hartwell, P. Brimm, J. Tarr, R. Laftin, L. Hale, R. Hansen,
D. Wiederanders, F. Riechmann, B. Roth, D. Winelqe, W. Happ, D. Scovel.
Now that State College of Iowa carries a liberal
arts curriculum, the Teaching Department will no
longer be meeting all the students before graduation.
This department provides student teaching for
undergraduates. Opportunities to student teach are
open at Fort Dodge, llason City, VVaterloo, New-
ton, Lab School and the Iowa Braille and Sight
Saving School at Vinton. Other duties of the de-
partment are to provide education for some six
hundred pupils from nursery through twelfth grade,
individual and group observation, participation in
experiences prior to student teaching, experimenta-
tion with new methods and materials, and to fur-
nish personnel for extension work throughout the
state. Our school lah tries to keep in the forefront
of educational progress so that we can show in
practice any forward-looking and sound theories in
education. For instance, an extensive program in
foreign languages in the elementary grades is being
carried on, starting with the third grade.
Front row: C. Phillips, G. Wagner, L. Harmon. Baclr row:
W. Maricle, C. Middleton, P. Casado.
Lack of practice is easily detected in such a suhiecl.
The long-awaited occupation of the newl5-eon-
structed one million dollar music building south of
the llenls Gym became a reality this spring. Dr.
XVilliam Latham composed the work for the dedi-
cation and Dr. ,lames Hearst of the lfnglish De-
partment wrote the words. The department moved
in at the beginning of the second semester. Pro-
ductions this year included 'lThe Klessiahfy Baclfs
"Christmas Oratoriof' and two operas, "The Tele-
phonel' and "The llediumf' The department spon-
sored lliarching Band, Orchestra, Convert Band,
instrumental ensembles. College Chorus, Varsity
Nlen's lilee Club and a Cappella ehoir. Also,
Sigma Alpha lota lfraternity for women, Phi Klu
Alpha lfraternity for men, and Klusie lfdueators
National Conference, a professional organization,
are sponsored hy this department.
DR. MYRON RUSSELL
Ponsned brass refleds Hwe foofloafl heroes
The sound of ine Noenren.
Row I: R. Baum, E. CaHwoun, E. Bock, J. Maxwen. Row 2: D. Kennedy, M. RusseU, P
Hahn, D. Wendi. Row 3: J. Mi+cneNl, C. Mafheson, W. Lafnam, J. Gauif, H. Hofs
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DR. JOHN COWLEY, Ac+ing Deparfmenf Head
Row I: L. Forest, D. Bluhm, E. Schaffer, J. Gfoluloowich, R. Wesley, T. Thompson, N. Sfageberg, E. lvlcDavii'r. Row 2: M. Graves
J. Bohrne, J. Schaefer, B. Del-lofi, R. Jewell, A. Hanson, E. Maurer, V. l-larrnelinlc, J. Kupcelc. Row 3: J. Fox, H. Chaberi, L. Taylor
J. Cowley, R. Dalziel, W. Anderson, F. Srniih, l-l. Bernhard, P. Townsend.
Languages, Speech and Literature Department
Dr. H. VV. Reninger, head of the department,
has been teaching American literature in India dur-
ing the year. ln his absence, Dr. John Cowley has
assumed his responsibilities. Growth of interest in
foreign languages continued in the Department of
Languages, Speech and Literature this year with
the addition of a new French instructor, Klr. Cha-
bert. Four lfngli-sh instructors, Klr. joseph liohme,
Klr. John Golubowich, hir. Vernon Harmelink,
Klr. lra johnson and one speech instructor, llr.
Robert YVesley, joined the department staff. An
experiment with the teaching of composition to
large groups by means of television and specially
trained student assistants has been undertaken this
year under the direction of llr. Ross Jewell . The
department continued to sponsor the College Players,
Speech Activities Club, lfnglish Club and Sigma
Alpha lfta, speech correction club.
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Laying a foundation for future learning.
One of the remaining teacher training facilities
on our campus is the Educational Clinic. It is a
training clinic as opposed to a service clinic through
which children having problems receive corrective
instruction. Advantages of remedial reading as a
lab course, clinical experience in diagnosing and
prescribing specialized education for the retarded or
gifted child, and student guidance are available to
the prospective teacher. Individual testing to col-
lege students is also offered.
DR. H. C. TRIMBLE, Depar+men+ Head
By the l962-63 college year, all general mathe-
matics students will be using a new textbook revised
by Drs. Trimble, Hamilton and Silvey. VVith this
book students will learn what has been determined
about how others learn math. An additional in-
structor, Dr. Karl Wehiier, joined the staff. Dr.
G. Gibb conducted a research on the use of special
teachers of science and math in fifth and -sixth
grade. Dr. Hamilton also kept studies of student
comprehension and morale in larger and smaller
size classes. In general he found little difference in
the amount of learning. Instructors of large tele-
vision classes provided help sessions for individual
work. Several national journals edited by members
of the math department included the ffriflznzetiri
Tearlzer, The Pentagon, and School Science and
r7iffllhFlllIlfil'.Y. The llath Club, which is the oldest
departmental club on campus, and Kappa Blu Ep-
silon, honorary fraternity, are sponsored by this
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R, Younf, J. Jensen. Row 2: R. Erclcmann, I. Brune, J. Brulwa, C.Wel1ner, A,Scl1urrer
Row l: V. Dowell, P. Sauer, C. McCollum, R. Rogers, l.. Winier. Row 2: J. Kercheval, W. Piclclum, M. Grant, L. Wilson. Row 3:
F. Eshelman, C. Allegra, l-l. Lyon, W. Poppy.
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This year the Science Department had a notice-
able increase in enrollees of the junior and senior
classes. Physical chemistry was added to the cur-
riculum with the change from Iowa State Teachers
College to State College of Iowa. The fourth Aca-
demic Year Institute for high school teachers of
math and science was held. It was sponsored by the
National Science Foundation. The Annual North-
east Iowa Science Fair was held in April. Last
summer, the department, together with the State
Conservation Department, co-sponsored the Iowa
Teachers' Conservation Camp. Several television
and radio programs were produced, including Dr.
Verlin Lee's "Let's Explore Sciencel' over VVOI-
TV, the weekly "Science Forumfy and Dr. Abbotls
'llfveryday Sciencef' Beta Beta Beta, honorary bi-
ology fraternity, and Lambda Delta Lambda, hon-
orary physical science fraternity, are sponsored by
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MR. DONALD O. ROD, Department Head
Library Science Department
Unknown to many students, the term Ulibraryu
refers not to just one department, but to two very
distinct departments-the library itself and the De-
partment of Library Science, located in the library.
The division between the two terms was made eight
years ago, and classes are now held in the library.
The Library Science Department has many hopes
for the near future. Among these are a graduate
program and a new library building which is to be
completed in the fall of 1962. According to Dr.
Rod, Head Librarian, plans for the new million and
a half dollar building have taken up most efforts
of the committee, consisting of both faculty and
students. This building has the best new plans pos-
sible and will be in the heart of the campus in an
area bounded by VVright Hall and the VVomen's
Gym. Ground for the new library was broken in
the spring. 'lihe Library Science Department spon-
sors Alpha lieta Alpha which is a national under-
graduate fraternity for library science majors.
Row I: A. McLeod, E. Mullins, M. Galvin, l.. Heriqsfad, F. Ma, M. Dieferich. Row 2:
E. Wagner, E. Howell, D. Rod, A. Jonish, A. Wendell, A. Brown.
There ls always someone ln llwe crowd who can? resisl
adding lwls lwo Cenls worllw lo a prlnled slgrw
DR. DONALD O. HOWARD
Would all llwose wlwo are sleeping in class please rlse.
Row I: R. Claus, H. Wahl, E. Paehn, E, Smith, C. Leavitt. Row 2: L. Harris, W. Metcalfe, D. Whitnah, G, Poeqe, G. Robinson,
R. Chung. Row 3: D. Howard, L. Sage, W. Dee, H. Thompson, l-l. Nelson.
Social Science Department
Due to the addition of a liberal arts program, the
Social Science Department now offers three non-
teaching majors: one in the broad area of social
science, one in geography, and one in history. The
department hopes to soon develop a sixth-year pro-
gram. The department believes that the study of
the social sciences-man, his environment, and his
society-makes one a better citizen and a richer
individual. The department also deals with prob-
lems presented by the natural and physical sciences
and teaches the 'student to solve, or at least to live
with, such problems. It sponsors an honor society,
Phi Gamma Blu, joins with other college depart-
ments in bringing to the campus the All-College
Conference on International Affairs, supports the
International Relations Club and provides study
tours in this hemisphere and on the lfuropean
this course you will learn to draw the world in triangles.
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Are you sure lhalls the way We spelled?
DR. JAMES WITHAM, Department Head
Men's Physical Education Department
In their program the lN'Ien's Physical Education
Department stresses the importance of physical fit-
ness in everyday life. The Physical Education pro-
gram consisted not only of training Physical Educa-
tion instructors and coaches but also of arranging
activities for all men students, including a program
for the handicapped, the intramural program, and
the athletic program. Historically, the sports pre-
viously offered were fundamental sports such as
football, basketball, baseball and track. Now, the
emphasis is upon a broader Held of recreation activ-
ity useful to the individual throughout his life. The
major and minor in this field presents the whys,
hows and the whats of physical education. ln the
future, the department hopes to have a graduate
program. ln addition to the varsity teams, the "lu
Club comes under the direction of this department.
The true nature of SCI men?
Makes b in a peiife junior
I think I can!
Row I: W. Koil, L. Bifcon, W. Tiwreii, J, Ciark, I.. Whifiord, A. Dickinson. Row 2: S.
Sheriff, J, Wifiwam, D. NickIaus, N. Sfewarf, D. Remmerf, W, Hansen,
Row I: V. Ramsey, S. Winsberg. Row 2: B. Swanson, M. D. Groves, J. Bontz.
llany students do not realize the interesting his-
torical background concerning the VVomen's Physi-
cal Education Building. It was built in 1903 and
contained the first swimming pool west of the Blis-
sissippi River. The first gym classes were held in
the basement of the Administration Building and
were taught by an instructor of English and physics.
Both men's and women's classes were held in the
saine building until l928. For the added conven-
ience of our students, the locker rooms and shower
facilities were completely remodeled this summer.
The purpose of the VVomen,s Physical Education
Department is threefold: preparing Physical Edu-
cation majors, preparing elementary teachers for
physical education activities, and meeting the four
semester activity requirement for all girls. The
department sponsors Physical Education Club,
Klarlins, Orchesis, and the lVomen,.s Recreational
If l were-a bird . ..
"It only hurts for a little while."
Women's Physical Education Department
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Twenty-eight members of the graduating class of 1962 earned the
honor of Purple Key Recognition. These people have been outstand-
ing in scholarship, leadership and extra-curricular activities during
their years at SCI. To be eligible for the highest award an SCI stu-
dent ean receive, it is necessary to have a cumulative grade-point of
no less than 2.6. The Student League Board established the frater-
nity in 1952. Not pictured are Barbara lwann and Cecil Shaw.
ELEANOR BOOS JOHN BURRITT ROBERT BUTTON CHARLYN CLEVELAND ELBIN CLEVELAND
PATRICIA COOKINHAM RODNEY DIXON JALAA DOMER ERIK FARLEY ANN HAWN
JERRY HOLBROOK LESTER JUNGMAN CONSTANCE KINSINGER MARY ANN LEE
JUDY MATHISON KATHRYN MITCHEM NANCY NEWHOUSE SANDY PHILLIPS
GEORGE PLAGER JOHN SCHLICHER RICHARD SCOTT STEPHEN SIMONS
CONFIDENCE STIMPSON MARY VIRGINIA WHITE ROBERTA WILEY SUZANNE WINSLOW
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The "Pira+es of Penzance" . . . a deiigiwifui, zany producfionl
Wiiiw a massive quiier and iiwe varied richness oi her voice, Ode-He
Mefropoiifen Opera Company gves a
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Lecture Concert Series
Cosinopolitzin New York is far ilistzint, hnt SCI
ilocs bring culture to this zirczi of lzimllockt-cl Iowa
through the scintillating Lcvtiircvfoiiccrt Series.
Ur. Howard Alones, cliziirnizni of tht- Lecture Con-
cert Connnittec, is at It-:ist thc fourth person to ine
ht-rit tht- tlirectorship of this some twenty-yezir-oltl
SCI fine zirts promotion. Uvorking with Dr. Jones
in the selection of ciitcrtainnicnt :irc Klr. Stanley
lvood :intl four students appointeml to the Stuclvnt
Llilglllt' lfozirtl. Out of :1 bnslgct of Slf1,00ll, four to
five brilliant salt-utions :irc offcred in a season. ln
tht- past, each attraction hznl a one-night stzinnl.
Une to thc- 21lllliI'0I'illll1lS small seating capacity :incl
to the greater nnnibcr ot cnltnrt- mongcrs, the coni-
inittcc sct :1 pi'vt'c'1le1it rhis year by cxtenmling czicli
lN'l'f0I'ITl2lllCC to two evciiiiigs. Becznise of this acltli-
tion, Dr. ,Innes is confident their ncxt yczirk salt' of
st-:ison tickets will rczivli 21 plvzlstirzihlc high :incl :ill
SCI cnltnre patrons will hc- easily Ziffflllllllflllilffkl
Michael Macliamoor lectured on Oscar Wilde.
To Qivher oriewta -vceiderlal reltrfemrip, many ol the Cey
Opegg dangers were enletleined in lice' homes,
The North stood waiting while the South continued
its aura of aristocracy,
Don? worry dear, the John Bir-
society will never succeed.
Bernard Shawls comedy, "Candida," Caine to life
ainidst an authentically Created Victorian parlor
scene. The eternal triangle comprised of the Rev.
Klorrell, his wife, Candida, and her young poet
admirer is finally resolved when Candida declares
that HShe will love the man who needs her most-
"From a hundred visions l make onel' . . . Stephen
l3enet's words describe the Pulitzer Prize winning
lyric production of his epie poem, 'lilohn llrownls
liodvfl A panorzuna of the Civil VVar, llarperls
Ferry to General l,ee's surrender, the scenes are of
the great and the eonunon people eaught in this
struggle-all touched somehow, somewhere by this
Befweem Two Thieves . , . an umusufi comblnafion of in+eUed and
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An excellent production of Menottts strangely beautiful and
Opera and Childrens Theater
The seanee that baekhred was the startling, sus-
penseful topic of "The lxqCCllLIIIl,U a short opera
presented in HAn lfvening with llenottif' ln a
lighter vein, 'lThe Telephoneyl portrayed the trials
of a young man unable to make a proposal of mar-
riage because of the telephone's constant interrup-
The annual Children's Theater production was
"The Princess and the Swineherdf, The adult
members of the audience became Children again as
they enjoyed the 'story through the eyes of the chil-
dren around them.
Two neurotic clients are waiting tor their Interviews with 'The
"The 'rradifionaf Chddrerfs Tfweafre is The giff of SCI sfudenfs
'ro Hwe CHHdren in Hwe Cedar Falls areaf! said Sfanley Wood,
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The dwddrem rapfurously ffafdwed We good Prince Dominic,
who scorned ar+?ficEaH+y pose as 5 Yovfy swiwsfwerd in Crdfir
To feadw Hs bride-+0 oe We me-cessify cl Pumiliiy,
Gee, He makes me fee-I Funny!
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Dimensions In Jazz
Buddy De Franco tickles the licorice stick.
"SCl's got jazz
You and l are losing ourselves in darkness. The
darkness vibrates under the hypnotizing swish of
brushes across taut skinsg this is the pulse. A
throaty wail of an alto sax breathes life into the
air, heavy with the staleness of a jammed audience.
lt's spontaneous, restless, wistful, poignant,
rhythmic, brassy, racy blues, a little bitter around
the edges, maybe. You can play it hot, lukewarm,
or cool . . . and itls called JAZZ.
SCl's got JAZZ . . . the 13th annual Phi lllu
Alpha JAZZ Concert-re-established this fact on
November 20th and Zlst. SCl,s JAZZ-RIANIA
began in l950 and this yearly Hing has been covered
in Dozen Emi, Cosllmpolimzz, Jlfzdmmisefle, and
Playlmy. This year Buddy De Franco, 'Atop world
JAZZ elarinetistf' Hlled the bill in the roles of a
carelessly casual RIC and as a dizzy fingered, bril-
liant guest soloist. Xlo-st of this ye-ar's numbers
were either arranged or Composed by SCI graduates
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Tiny Nancy Hanunond, a former SCI student who
is now professional, was a featured soloist. A nice
relaxer came from Rod llitchell, an SCI footballer
who also sings professionally. A sophisticated, close-
harmony vocal quintet gave the dash of spice.
SCl's got JAZZ and it's not diH'lcult to under-
stand why. JAZZ reflects us . . . the massiveness.
chaos, conflict, frantic pace and fragmentary nature
of our lives. A .Iazzman squeezes loneliness out of
a horn and that loneliness is often an echo of our'
DIJ in perspective.
Hey wait a minute, my drumstickh caught.
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couldrff keep a hula hoop up.
The social, recreational and cultural eenter of
SCI is the Commons, which houses the dining
rooms, the ballroom, several lounges and the foun-
tain room. The remodeled mezzanine and addi-
tional hours for the fountain room have given the
local proprietors a run for the student's shekels.
Activities sponsored by the Commons Program
Committee throughout the year included formal
and informal dances, movies, All-College Forums,
art exhibits and concert previews. There has been a
gradual change in the Commons' program during
the last few years from the idea that the Commons
is to provide only fun to the idea that it is to he
used for intellectual enjoyment. This is shown in
its innovations, among which is the new 'lliook of
the Yeary' program.
Miriam Makeba appeared on fhe firsf Commons Concerf o
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Miss Norma M,Prel'1m, lefr, was direcfor of Barr-
lefr, and Miss Joan Meyer was assisfanf direcfor.
Homecoming spirif even invades a Barfleff
SCCl'Cf2l1'j' . .
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NIARY INIAY CQEORGE
ll"s a good thing fellas are-n't allowed
at corridor meetings.
The oldest hut liveliest clormitory on campus is
Bartlett Hall for freshman women. These prose-
lyte women's activities included feverish ping-pong
tournaments, dances with various houses in the
menls dormitories and gala pajama parties. One
off-beat party was the "D-letter Partyu in which
the corridor with the most D-letters was host to the
corridor with the fewest.
lflections were helcl during the winter and in-
stallations of otlicers took place during the latter
part of january. Prior to this time, counselors
acted as dorm and social regulations oflicers.
The enterprising dormsters also launchecl social
service projects such as sending Christmas cards to
homes for the aged and entertaining at a convales-
Row I: J. Cenque, B. Johnson, C, Hashimoto, B. l-lironaka, A. Milligan, Row 2: S. Conklin, M. Hughes, J. Tjaden, R. Miller, M.
George, S. Stevenson.
Row I: M. Thompson, S. Welch, D
son, J. Van Sant, J. Cummings, J
Kelly, Miss Jones,
lVhere Campbell Hall is . . . isntt where the
boys are. lllost of the young women wouldn't give
up their "hall of gracious living" just to wine and
dine in the Commons with the gentlemen, anyway.
Each cool room harbors a telephone, spacious built-
in closets and drawers. One can converse or wait in
a large, serene main lounge. A charming patio also
adds to the refined setting.
Comfortable TV and recreation rooms and fam-
ily :style dinners are features of Campbell. The
women, besides being allowed personal dinner
guests, often are hostesses to the faculty, foreign
students and Bartlett counselors.
During the year, Campbell Hall is the scene of
vivid activity, industrious racket and gaiety . . .
where plans are plotted for Homecoming decora-
tions, the Wassail, Halloween parties and exchanges
with different houses in the ments dorms.
Christmas dinner at Campbell was by candlelight, or when the flame reached the decorations, torchlight.
Freclriclcson. Row 2: G. Gunder:
Fee. Row 3: Miss Elsbury, Mi
Schrodt. B, Jones, C. Swanson, C.
President . . CHRIS Swxxsox
Vice-pu-side-11t CIINNY CEUNDIZRSON
Secretary . -IAN VAX SAST
AXVS Representative . CAROL KELLY
Ons of We conveniences of Campbdf is a privafe
M55 Ruflw Jones, EH, was assisfanf direcfor of
CampbelN and Miss Barbara Hsbery was direcfor.
as Wim isis' is RUSH
Miss Carol Nemiiz, ieff, was direcior of Lawiiier
Hail and Miss Siiiriey Mariinson was assisiani'
This is a siiori-Cui io Jriie music buiidim
leasi' for fine girls of Lawiiwer.
President . . JUDY LEGGETT
Vice-president . . PAT VVATSON
Secretary . . . JEAN RIEYERS
AVVS Repifselltative . . XvETA SNIITH
Perry Mason goes tc coieqe.
lVorrv'vvart niothers shoulil he consoletl that
their daughters are very sate living in l,avvther Hall
. . . it there is safety in nunihers, Laivther is the
satest place on campus. Due to the crannnecl condi-
tions in the other girls' dorms, Lavvther is noxv a
sanetuarv tor hoth sophomore and junior girls. For
leisure, l,avvther holds a recreation room and sev-
eral lounges. The novelty of a new stereo antl discs
often results in the lllLlSlClS being "above the pitch.
out of tune, and off the hinges." The social agenda
this year included residence hall clinners, niixers
with various nien's houses, numerous coffee klatches
and robe-tle-chamber parties. A visit to a chili1ren's
hospital was a highlighting social service project for
LAWTHER EXECUTIVE COUNC11.-M.Cunnirigham,C.Brundage,J.Legge1t,K.Saitiza1'in,C,Davis,J.Ange11,V.Smith,T.McNeal.
Weil, you'il have to give me a few
minutes to change eiothes.
The bombastic boys of eaeh house of Baker Hall
are governed by a head resident and a governing
board. The houses are united through the AHIRH
senate which also sponsors an annual girlie show.
The men had many highlights during the year, be-
sides the ANIRH beauty and talent show. There
were assorted house parties, exchanges with the
women's dormitories, coffee hours and the annual
Public Relations Day. A study group was organ-
ized and a new dorm library stimulated the process
of raising gradepoints. The men in the dorm also
participated in the program which included such
sports as football, basketball, softball and shower-
Row I: R. Burton, G. Shaw, D. Buchanan, R. Aicerman. Row 2: J. Tetrick, Director L. MacLean, J. Marr, C. Englehardt,
Look sharp, fee! sharp, be sharp. Ouch!
CGCIN Shaw, left was senior head residenf and
Lowe MacLean was diredor of fhe merfs resi-
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Fred Swariz was The qraduafe resideni advisor
+0 fhe mem of Reqemhs Hail.
While Regenfs was being iimished, ffiiy men
lived in Hs recreahon room.
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one has no privacy ai all.
Regents, the sleelcest, newest tlophouse on earn- which also doubles as a TV room. Regents boasts a
pus, now houses the displaced cellar-dwellers of handy new parking area for the expanding number
Stadium. lfaeh of the eight houses has its own den of heaps, crates and limousines. Klixers, movies.
equipped with such exotic equipment as lounging and social service projects sponsored by Regents all
chairs and card tables. Billiards, pool and ping- contribute to joe Colleges sagaeity.
DOHQS' Illilj' be Dlflyfftl lll all CIlOl'lll0LlS l'CCl'C'Zlfl0ll l'00IIl
Row I: W. Sehaible, L. Markiey, Graduaie Resident Aasisfant F, Swartz, L, Seckinqton, J. Shehan. Row 2: G. Hamilton, K. Hiimer,
R. Mc:CuHey, R. Lurz, L. MacLean.
l-low can l write lo Gramma without
Providing homes for the harried married students
and their families is Sunset Village, Composed ot
seventy-two quonset and harrack-type domieiles and
College Courts, consisting of twenty-four well-con-
strueted cement block duplexes. The two housing
units work together planning their party activities.
The annual Christmas party was attended by over
two hundred ehildren whose parents live in either
the Village or Courts. Other festivities were a
spring dance and a picnic. Government for these
married students is provided by a village council
which serves as an intermediary between the eol-
lege and the two housing units. One of the main
activities of the council was the repair and mainte-
nance of the playground equipment.
COLLEGE COURTS COUNCIL
Row I: J. Hellman, L. Frehm, D. Jensen, J, Regnier. Row 2: J. Thul, W. Tielmelancl, B. Koob D. Campbell.
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an eepf ws up!
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STUDENT LEAGUE BOARD
Row I: K. Mitchem, M. Lee, C. Van Deventer, B. Tinpanqka. Row 2: R. Crooks, C. Swanson, J. Domer, J. Daman, A, King.
Student League Board
JALAA DOM ER, President
Student League Board is the highest student gov-
ernmental body on the SCI campus. It is composed
of three executive officers, the presidents of AYVS,
KIU, and the housing units as Well as five chairman
of the standing committees. The meetings, which
are held twice monthly, are open to any member of
the student body who is interested in student gov-
ernment and wishes to voice his opinion. Committees
are set up which look into the various problems
proposed at SLB meetings and report their findings
to the board. The standing committees plan such
school-wide activities as Homecoming, Dadls Day,
llotherys Day, movies, dances and forums. Rela-
tions between the student body and the faculty are
maintained by another standing committee.
COMMONS PROGRAMS COUNCIL
i Row I: B. KeIIey, C. King, J, Vernon, J. Prichard, L. BarI'I1oIomew, S. PI1iIIips. Row 2: M. Tureki, B, Davis, A. King, P. Ree
I-Ienriksen, T. MiIIeman.
Row I: C. Brundage, B. Carey, D. Sandvig. Row 2: R. Crooks, C. KeIIy, J. Dubberke.
l Row I: R. Carey, L. Fox, R, Dixon, D. Hallenbeck, S. Pulte. Row 2: T. Milleman, D. Jensen, G. Creswell, J. Shannon, C. Engelhardt,
JOHN SHANNON, President
XIen's Union was organized for the manifold
purpose of enriching the lives of all the men stu-
dents of SCI through the giving of assistance, infor-
mation and opportunities for social pleasure.
To accomplish one aspect of this purpose, HIL'
has sponsored a program to inform the men stu-
dents of this college of their military obligations.
Co-sponsoring with ANVS on 'ASCX Education in the
Colle-gen was another of the organizatioifs activ-
Further activities of the llc-n's Union were a
combo night and the rendition of a new and better
system for students to End rides or riders. The asso-
ciation was able to obtain permission to have the
menls gym open on Saturday mornings and to re-
turnish the Uff-Campus Llenys Lounge.
Association of Men's Residence Halls
The Association of Men's Residence Halls is the
representative hody for all men living in residence
halls on the SCI campus. AKIRH works to provide
for soeial as well as recreational growth of the men
included in its 1llCITlbCTSl'llp. Through this group
on-campus men obtain a chance to voiee their opin-
ions in the campus government.
The AIXIRH Senate is composed of the executive
ollicers, the nienibers of four standing committees
and the president of each house. This year, with the
addition of Regents Hall, the number of house pres-
idents has increased from eleven to fifteen.
Every year each house chooses a girl to represent
it in the AKIR H Beauty Pageant. Bliss AKIRH is
chosen for her beauty and poise hy judges from
lvaterloo and Cedar Falls.
RODNEY DIXON, Presiden+
Row I: R. Wiley, D. I-lalleribeclc, R. Dixon, B. Lane, P. Jones, E. Builer. Row 2: R, Crooks, J. Davis, L. lnqraham R Valenla
Plager, R. Rush, J. Russell. Row 3: R. Steveson, B. Jacobson, S. l-lalsle-ad, J. Carr, L. Bock, B. Moses, R. Strobbe.
Row I J Leggett l-l Poore N Saelcville K Mifchem Dean M Holmes. Row 2: C. King, 6. Gunderson, L. Witte, lvl. Lee, C. Van
Devenfer C Ne-mifz Row 3 J Schrader C Swanson J Spain R Van Devenfer, Miss. N, Prehm.
Associated Women Students
The purpose of Associated VVomen Students is to
provide effective self-government for all women at
SCI, to provide opportunities for social and intellec-
ual development, and to promote unity among ANVS
members and within the entire college community.
The organization sponsored many activities during
the year. In the Fall, AVVS, with the help of the
women's honoraries, held a candlelight ceremony for
all freshmen and transfer girls to initiate them into
AXVS. They also sponsored the AVVS Tea and a
trip to View Blantovani in Des Bloines.
AXVS co-sponsored several activities with KIen's
Union, including the NIU-AVVS Style Show for
freshmen 'students and a convocation.
During the Spring AXVS held a training session
for all women who served organizations of the
campus as odicers. They also sponsored the VVomen
Pay All YVL-ek and NVomen's Day.
Off Campus Government
Students in the Cedar Falls-VVaterl0o area who do not live in the
college dormitories are represented in student government by the organi-
zations known as Off-Campus Women and Off-Campus Meii. Through
these groups an attempt is made to stimulate a greater interest among
off-campus students in campus activities and to serve as a coordinating
body with the on-campus students. The officers of Off-Campus Nlen
were not able to be present when this picture was taken.
Row l: Barbara Schmicher, Pat Shannon. Row 2: Carol Van Deventer, Faith Meisner.
WOMEN COUNSELORS AND GUlDESwRow I: J. Brocka, B. Vog+, V. Nosf, K. Miichem, S. Ellingson, P. Chrisile, L. Gordon, D.
Anlons, M. Harl, D. Smilh, C. Craven, L. Moeller, J. Liyingslon, J. Ryon, M. Simmons. Row 2: L. Mangold, A. Meeks, R. Wiley, C.
While, J, Paisley, J. Peierson, M. Hansen, J. Silka, J. Wilke, A. Meeks, B. Voss, S. Eden, K. Fliisch, M. McNui+, P. Pink. Row 3: K.
Wangsnes, J. Schlicher, N. Mcllralh, K. Spain, J. Dubberke, D. Beck, J. Harins, L. Boeke, J. Fee, J, l-lalch, P. Freese, J. Schrad, P.
Powell, C. Lau. Row 4: M. Jugenheirner, B. Vanderzyl, S. Winslow, J. Jacobsen, L. Clausen, B. Davis, F. Meisner, L. DuPey, S. Paulsen,
J, Spain, J. Maihison, M. Humke, C. Kropp, J. Schubert M. McClelland.
Counselors and Guides
MEN'S ORlENTATlON GUIDES-Row I: W. Miller, J, Grimes, R. Carey, S. Logsdon, T. Milleman, K. Schilling, C, Pausfian, L. Fox,
R. Harien. Row 2: T. Spear, T. Scheuerman, L. lngraham, C. Engelhardl, G. Floyd, L. Lewis, J. Fischer, J. Taylor, R. Valenla, J.
Thomas, C. Oldsen, Wm. Reams. Row 3: R. Lang, D. Lang, R. Bina, J. Crowder, L. Knudson, R. Maass, D. Hughes, R. Olhausen, D.
Godfrey, H. Penninglon, J. Carr, D. Wright
Board of Control of Student Publications
The Board of Control ot Student
Publications is the governing department
for all student publications on the SCI
campus. This controlling body selects
the staff for the f1'0!!f'!ll' Eye and OLD
ci0LD each year. The controlling board
sees that these two student publications
function adequately. Student representa-
tives tulfill the necessity of liason be-
tween the publications staffs and board.
Student members of the publications
board included John Peterson, Andrea
Zeck, Dick Vvorm and John Engel.
Faculty members afiiliated with the board
were George Holmes, James Bailey,
David Delafield and Francis Smith.
BOARD OF CONTROL, STUDENT PUBLICATIONS-Row I: J. Morgan
J. Peterson, A. Zeek, R. Worm.
Board of Control of Student Broadcasting
The student radio station, KYTC, is
governed by the Board of Control of
Student Broadcasting. This controlling
board makes the appointments for the
executive staff of the radio station and
acts as a regulator for the station in re-
gard to funds and program -selection.
The controlling board also acts as a
policy determiner for KYTC. Student
members on the board this year were .lim
Pratt, Bill Kortemeyer and Darrell
lvheaton. Faculty members included
Herbert Hake, James Bailey and Ray
Klatala. Klr. Hake is the permanent
chairman of the organization. The Sta-
tion Klanager, Carl Jenkins, chosen by
the board, also attended meetings.
BOARD OF CONTROL, ST. BROADCASTINGSROW I: H. Hake, R
Mataia. Row 2: D. Wheaton, Wm. Kortemeyer, J. Pratt.
CARL R. JENKINS
Station Manager, Fall Semester
Campus Radio Station
"If it's on campus, itls on KYTCV' is the motto
of the student radio station, KYTC. The station
carried out this slogan with a wide variety of pro-
grams by offering complete coverage of all SCI
football games, both home and away, with the aid
of KXEL in VVaterloo. The initiation of an open
air policy meant free time to publicize all coming
events which various clubs, organizations, or com-
mittees may have planned for the future. Other
features offered by the student radio station were
top name recording artists, live, weekly jam sessions
and some drama productions. An expanded staff en-
abled KYTC to provide more and better coverage
of newsworthy campus activities. Various weekly
programs included "The Speaker's Choice," a pro-
gram of talks on subjects of interestg "Campus
Sportsug "The Jazz Showcasen and "Show Timefy
During the year KYTC worked to present more
original programming and more listening hours.
Moving that one is Impossible, you know
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KYTC4Row I: V, Sfone, B, Keiley, A. Woods, S. f'XIYbee, B. Overman, A. Davis, P. deNeui, P. Nuffinq, M.WnI1e. Row 2: G. Coffin
D. Blsnco, R, Cmse, M. Henrlcn M, Doran, K. HGV, A. Senfi, J. Slmfer, D. Afexanoer, F. Hewlcker. Row 3: C. Missrnan, C, Traqer
J. deNeni, R. Bind, R, Davis, L. Scnenken, J. Praff, J. Ackerman, W, Jacobsen, C. Jenkins.
KYTC boast Nady engineers.
E STI MPSON
A rare experience to
qrapher, is having his
r Larry Mikesell, the Eyes only photo-
livery Friday morning the results of a hard
weekls work reach a climax as the Coflegr' Eye is
distributed. The newspaper contains news about
current activities that are of interest to the students.
Approximately thirty college students gather, write
and publish the news of the campus. The editorial
page is always kept lively by various views and con-
troversies presented each week. 'llhe sports section
is very complete and keeps the students who did not
get to the games informed on their teams, progress.
Advertisements from Cedar Falls and VVaterloo
business establishments help to pay for some of the
costs of publishing the weekly newspaper. The Eye
staff is quite proud of the fact that both semesters
last year the College Eye earned a Class l rating
from Associated Collegiate Press. Connie Stitnpson
was editor of the newspaper. All in all, the Coflegaf
Eyzf is a beneficial addition to the student body, the
faculty and the entire college.
Marieuverinq rype for a icrig period oi rime as Roger and
Corviie Have, reaches one ro read rapidiy upside down, ai ieasf.
The weckiy rheses oi news ediror Joy Drermer arf
popular reading wirrm Pier reporrers.
Row I: D. Bieicii, D. Harmeyer, L. Baker, M. Furlong B. Barizrar, K. Lee, M. Wiiirver, S, Aiibee, L. Gregory, C. Book, P. Harm
Row 2: J. Drerinen, R, Baiiie, K, Burir, R. Harian, M. Kremer, M. Menkerw, M. Walier, B, Aiiee, L. Fiefcrier. Row 3: B. Lame
L. Mikeseli, J, Aiexander, D, Sfrair, P, Peak, D. Sririe, R. Purvis, B. De Hofi, C, Sfimpsom.
H"s excellent occupational therapy.
Old Gold Staff
The approach of spring aroused varied emotions
in SCI students: relief at the passing of winter,
dread at impending final exams and joy at the ar-
rival of the diary of their school year, the OLD
This publication gives recognition to a number of
worthy campus organizations and teams, but tO
one team in particular it represents not only a treas-
ured album of achievements and fun, but an em-
bodiment Of hours of hard labor. Photographers
with loaded cameras dashing tO darkrooms from
vital performances and games, copywriters collect-
ing the facts and highlights to be molded into cap-
tions and headlines to submit to the editors for edit-
ing and layout-these are the roles and goals Of
editor llajean Hewicker and her team-the OLD
Highlighting the OLD GOLD year, OLD CEOLIJ
VVeek found staff members waging a final sales
campaign. The week culminated in the festivities
of the OLD GOLD Popularity Contest and the OLD
GOLD Beauty Pageant.
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Row I: R. Rupp, P. I-Iahn, K. Guhck, S. Allbee, J. Bannier, E, Johnson, P. Warrick, C. Sfraw, D. Jenne++, L. Lenz, B. Corrigan
L. Anderson, J. Hossack, K. Larson, A. Davis. Row 2: I. I-Iewicker, D. DeNViIcIe, L, Rasmussen, S. Grifhrh, B. Banzhaf, M. Cooke
Evans, D. Lafham, J. Bindner, K. Kuefhe, K. Smifh, R. Thomas, A. Prior, M. Whife, V. EIIingson. Row 3: K. Suhr, R. MiIIer
CIeweII, C. Zimmerman, C. Love, S. Koch, D. Bishop, R. Mclniire, W. Srnifh, M. Lee, C. I-Iachrnann, J. Gregory, B. Pecks
P. I-IoFIman, M. Mar+in. Row 4: N. MiIes, V. Suhr, D. KinzIer, S. I-IoIbrook, D. Monfz, J. PeHi+, B. Fredericksen, R. Purvis
J I-Iufchins, D. Godfrey, R. I-Ioelscher, D. AppIeby, R. Bina, C. Marfin.
Deferminafion friumphs over machine and
Why didn? I iusf sfay home?
Row l: M. Davis, M. Dunn, K. Johnson, C. Dougan,
D. Nolan, J. Harms, D. Bohr, S. Wilson, L. Borlholo
mew, R, Traqer, L. Slarlc, N. Newhouse. Row 2: M.
Bee-man, K. Johnson, B, Knapp, E. Boos, M. Marlin,
S. Flanders, J. Sehlicher, K. Taylor, B. Gordon,
Kunrz, J. Stephenson, R. Wiley, J. Meyer, M. Shalt
ler, G. Trevelt, B. Brooks, E, Brindle. Row 3: D
Wermerson, R. Klnzler, E. Sonlcsen, W. Grannernan,
R. Cruse, R. Crooks, K. l-laan, L. Kelly, G. Ander
son, C. Schnirller, G. Currie, C. Maxwell. J. Cello
way, M. Bundy. Row 4: J. Russell, R. Slromberq
R. Boes, W. Sprole, B. l-lenn, D, Davlclson, B. Thornp
son, R. Cloud, S. Simons, T. Luparclus, S. Cawelti
G. Srnllh, D. Pease. D. Beelc, J. l-lenrllcsen, J
A Capella Choir
The Tree Lighting Ceremony December 5 was
the first appearance of the A Cappella Choir this
year on the SCI campus. They appeared previously
at the KIIQNC meeting in Des llloines at Thanks-
giving. The choir also participated in the annual
presentation of the Hhlessiahl' in December. An-
other activity of this choral group was the annual
tour to various lowa towns in the latter part of
February. 011 their return, they presented their
yearly concert anrl appeared in the spring music
The mixed choir is compo-seal of approximately
fifty to sixty members and is directed by Charles
lllatheson. The group is proud of its new appear-
ance . . . new burnished gold robes for daytime use
and formal evening clress of black floor length gowns
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The niemhers of the llixetl Chorus were busy all
fall working diligently on the oratorios for the year-
ly presentation of the Hhlessiahl' which they per-
formed at Christmas time with other musical groups
including lvomenls Chorus, A Cappella Choir and
Symphony Orchestra. l"ollowin,15 the December per-
formance, the group met to practice on the music
for their performance in the annual spring festival
of the Nlusic Department. During the year, Nlixed
Chorus met once a week to work on their music.
The group is directed by lohn Klitchell of the
Klusic Department. lt is open especially to the
members of the stuclent body who enjoy singing in
choruses. but who are not majoring in music.
MlXED Cl-lORL.lSfRow I: John W. Mitchell, di-
rector: F. l-lakn, K. Lee, J. Buckingham, C, Hum-
pnry, N. Lemon, V. Koontz, 6. McKay, S. Beving,
M. Fanoer, D. Gorgen, S. Albarr, E. Taylor, M. lrey.
Row 2: D, Arrnann, M. Cooke, L. Williamson, C.
l-lappe, P. Freese, B, Ashlby, D. Wilson, R. Craver,
P. Loshee, C, Dickenson, C. Beck, J. Eells. Row 3:
L. Benson, J. Schroeder, C. Reed, K. Krarner, M.
Jordan, R. Sears, R. Jensen, L. Walters, D. Miller,
K, Jensen, K. Jones, S. McMurry, Row 4: l. Hernpy,
K. Willhile, P. Breeser, J. Borcharclt, D. Alexander,
R. Worrn A. Ktzrnan, J. Scott, C. Lang, K. Meyer,
S. Gallagher, D. Overland.
Chapel Choir was organized to give pleasure and
stimulation and to provide a challenge for the
chapel congregation to become interested in beneficial
music. The group sang weekly for the Chapel
Service at the College Hill lnterdenominational
Church. Dr. David Bluhm olliciated at this Sunday
morning service. Another function of the choir was
WOMENS CHORUS-Row I: R. Noe, L. Olsen,
M. Thomas, F. Keeney, A. Davis, I.. Niebuhr, J.
Balh, D. Baines, E. Wilson, P. Warrick, B. Overman,
Y. Swanson, D. Milehell. Row 2: K. McConnell,
M. Schirclc, K. Randles, N. Brenholdl, E. McGenly,
S. Pelersen, M. lde, M. Rechkemmer, B. l-lyall, M.
Burkardl, R. Gideon, E. Carlin, S. Thompson. Row 3:
J. Thompson, J. Johnson, J. Couchman, D, Jennell,
M. McCall, N. Wrighl, E. Kahler, D. Lalham, S
Wilson, L. Sawlell, J. Pelerson, L. Lidllca, D. Chal-
slrom, M. O'Banion. Row 4: M. l-lundling, A. Bul-
ler, M. Williamson, M. Hughes, B. Williams, D
Varnum, R. Kuennen, J. Goddard, M. Schoeman
J. Schlesselman, B. Madill, B. Malley, R. Seamans
E. Johnson, P. Merrill. Row 5: S. Thompson, M
Melz, J, Linlce, D, Rolh, J. Hill, J. Moon, M. Mar-
lin, J. Harl, C. Gregg, L, Simesler, J. Eills, C.
Brubaker, K. Blezelc, A. Paulson, S. Schreiner.
to provide music for the Baccalaureate service in the
spring. Approximately fifteen to twenty students
composed Chapel Choir this year. The group was
under the supervision and direction of llliss .lane
lllauck during the first semester. llr. Philip Hahn
directed the group second semester.
CHAPEL Cl-lOlR-Row I: B. Kelley, J. Bannier, J
Paynter, E. Pirchey, K, Taylor, G. Miller, J. Mauclc
Row 2: J. Keipp, M. Jackson, S. Schreiner, A
Riehn, V. I-loque, M. Lunclie, D, Bluhrn. Row 3: J
Maths-5, G. Pease, P. Hahn, T. Alha, D. Vernon, A
King, A, Lorenzen.
Performing at the annual "llc-ssiahn along with
A Cappella Choir, College Chorus anal Symphony
Orchestra was the first important activity of the
XVomen's Chorus in the 1961-62 school year. 'l'hey
were seen hy residents of this area when they ap-
peared again this year on television with their special
Christmas performance. :X concert in the spring was
another major activity of the year in which the
memhers of lVomen's Chorus participaterl. Tht
group met once a week cluring the year to work on
varied pieces of music for their presentations. The
group worked unaler the capable clirectorship of Bliss
.lane Klauck during the first semester. One credit
hour a year is given to the women who participate
in this group for the entire year.
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VARSITY MENS GLEE Ci.UBfRow I: Leslie Hale,
direcror: T. Sally, H. Rogers, J. Hushaqen, D.
Michel, R. Worm, J. Void, W. Roberrson, C. Srruyk,
R. Knoll, R, Hood, C. Landon. Row 2: G. McKay
6. Peierson, E. Duus, D, Wilson, B. Nixon, A. Kiiz-
rriari, B. Byndas, W. Bishop, D. Nielsen, P. Nielsen.
Row 3: K. Chalgreh, J. Telricic, T. Spear, S. Kemann,
M. Schaumburg, D. Godfrey, J. Kheuss, R,lv1Hcheil
D. Sieed, R. Wriqhr, G. Floyd, D. Sheiko, D. Burron.
Row 4: R. Thomas, N. Aimquisr, S. Parson, R. Cas-
sady, J. Moore, E. Wroughron, J. Wilkins, S. Rover
B, Rempeiberq, J. Kinne, R. Andrews, R. Johnsion
M. Sreinberg, B. Taylor.
Varsity Men's Glee Club
'llhc' iivwcst singing orgzrnizzition on the SCI
rzunpus, Varsity fXlcn's Glu- Club, is in its second
yr-zrr. Among thcir pcrformzrnccs were zlppcznmiccs
in thc Holncfolning xY2ll'lCflCS Show zlnrl thc faculty
clancc in Qlzuiuzny. Yarsiry Klcn's Cllr-rl Club prc-
sents :rn opportunity for thc nu-n on czunpus who
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have an interest in music but who are not music
majors, and can carry El tune, ro have their own
musical group. The group, Ol'g2lIllZCLl and rlimctecl
by Lcs Hale, has increasccl its membership and has
acquirccl :L neu' zumpez11':1iu'c this yr-ar hr the purchase
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MARCHING BAND-Row I: K. Hoffman, B.
Dos1e1, C. O'Nei1, S. A111ers, G. L11ndva11. Row 2:
W. S1over, T, Swa1n, K. Pe1erson, E. Wrouqhfon
A. Anderson, F, Grove, N. E1s1rom, C. Rauscn.
Row 3: J. Crowder, H. Garfz, M. Benne11, R.
Pe1rusc11, N. Dona1d, J, Ferneeu, S. Pau1sen, L.
Bob1ne1, G. Pease, J. Peferson, S. Hook. S. Loqs-
don, L. Ke11y, C. C11r1s11an5en, R. P11111, D. Day,
K. Pr1ce, 1. Cairy, K. M11cnen'1, K. Gordon, D.
La111em, B. Leisiikow, D. Wend1, d1rec1or. Row 4:
J. Henriksen, L. Baerenwa1d, C, Severson, D. Sco11,
D. C1ark, D. Arm1qer, B. Holden, J. Goodman, J.
Gmewood, E, Sonksen, J. Pau1sen C. J, Anderson,
M. Beck, B. 1-1111, B. Burns, B. Kor1Je11k, M. W1n11ver.
S. Shoemaker, S. Moqensen, G. 1'1o11man, V,
Haque, G. SC1TU11'Z, B, P1n1, R. Hess, N. W11kens
K. Mendo11, D. Zeman, A. Sumers, J. Mcrr1ck, C.
K111C1c11ek, Row 5: J, N1cke1son, G. Upkvam D.
Beck, P. Ha11, W. Sc1'1a1b1e, S. Moe-11er,1,Lu1:1ardus
R. S11nernan, P. Sawyer, J. Dorman, G. Macon, J.
Burr, J, Sm1111, D. Jenneff R. C1'1a11an1 D. S11re,
B. Henn, M. S1e1nberq, C. Rembo1d, L, Sweers, G,
Curr1e, L, Hanson, 6, Le1c1'11ord, C, Raynor, T.
M1an1oy J. Jacobs, 1. W11ey J. R11sse11 P.
Sc1'1war1zenbac1'1, G. Ackerman, J. Coucnman, J.
Pefers, P. 1rv1nq, R. Wa11er, A. Hansu1d.
February snows forcetl the Concert Band to post-
pone its annual college concert in the absence of
111: liarl Holvilc, director, ancl Sigurd and Karin
Rasclwer, guest soloists, wlio were snowed out of tlie
Ceclar Falls-VVaterloo area.
The annual Iowa tour was not lizunperecl by tlic
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - Row I: L. Pilipclwuk,
D. Wendf, J. Mifcliell, M. Lake, F. Hill, C. Claris!
fiensen, W. Coleman, M, Russell. Row 2: J. Zuber.
J. Hahn, N. Erickson, P, Gilligan, A. Nafviq, K.
Weber, B. Hill, E. Rasmussen, C. Tiefz, K. Peterson,
B. Korbelik, R. Tracy, K. Davis, R. Kinzler, C.
Hinson, M. Pefers. Row 3: M. l-lolvik, R, Reeves.
D. Alford, J. Grams, A. Fosfer, S. Loqsdon, A.
l-lansuld, D. Kennedy, N. Wilkans, R. Pefrusln, L.
Eckrofh, D. Sfine, R. Hays, R. Wriqfmf, R. Scoff,
J. Hansen, G. Pease, M. Benneff, L. Leer, L. An-
derson, J. Gilpin, G. Miller. Row 4: W. Sfover,
J. Nelson, J. Ferneau, B. Brooks, W, Hale, T. Mc-
Neal, M. Hughes, M. Russell, Conducfor.
snows and concerts were played at Belle Plaine.
Fairfield, Klarion, llillersburg, Klonticello, Rlt.
Pleasant, Ottumwa, Tipton and VV2lSl1lIlgI0l1.
Other events the concert bantl participated in
were the Tall Corn llusic Conference and the
spring music festival.
sen, S. Shoemaker, B. Hill, D. Day, B. Burns, M.
Beck, C. Anderson. Row 2: L, Eckroth, C. Severson,
CONCERT BAND-Row I: M. Whitver, S. Mogen-
D. Beck, N. Wilkans, D. Zernan, E. Kinsinqer, C.
Christiansen, A. Anderson, C. Rausch, F. Grove, B.
Korbelik, K. Peterson. Row 3: J. Nichelson, K.
Gordon, G. Schultz, R. Hess, L. Kauzlarich, S. Moel-
ler, R. Pertusch, B. Hays, W. Schaible, D, Stine, B.
Dostal, K. Mendell, J. Harms, T. Cairy, L. Matrox.
Row 4: J. Henrikson, J. Merrick, L. Baerenwald, A.
Snrners, G. Upham, A. Rohson, J. Couchman, T,
Wiley, R. Waller, J. Jacobs, A. Hansuld, J. Peters,
C. Kubichek, B, Leistikow, E. Sonksen, K. Price, D.
Latham, R. Sawyer, R. Slinernan, D. Clark, J. Good-
man, R. Scott, M. Hughes. Row 5: N. Donald, G.
Pease, H. Gartz, J. Hansen, D. Richardson, J.
Ferneau, M. Bennett, L. Bobinet, J. Russell, S.
Logsdon, G. Ackerrnan, L. Hanson, G. Currie, G.
Letchiorcl, R. Lutz, C. Raynor. Row 6: C. Rembold,
B. Henn, E. Wrouqhton, T. Swaim, N. Ellstrom, J.
Peterson, W. Stover, Jr., S. Hook, K, Mitchern, K.
S mphon Orchestra
Ur. Klyron If. Russ:-ll's hands raise, the audience
hushes and the titty musicians are poised as one.
'llhe conductor's hands drop slightly . . . and sud-
denly, out of the pulseless void, the SCI Symphony
Orchestra and its leader create a lush, vibrant,
melodious concinnity. The SCI Symphony is eom-
posed of both students and faculty members and has
as its hasic aim to perform the best in music litera-
ture. This year's agenda included a tall concert
and participation in the sumptuous "NIessiah." The
winter season passed with more music . . . another
concert and two operas. Spring climaxed the year
for the SCI Symphony Orchestra when, in a final
performance, student soloists made their how to the
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'lBunny, you will wear a crown that represents one of the most
friendly student bodies l have met and because of this, wear your
crown with the highest l'lOI101', the deepest pride and the biggest smile
because you are their queen!" These were the parting words of 1961
OLD GOLD Beauty Queen Bliss Dee Azeltine as she relinquished her
reign to Bliss Brenda Jean Geiger, 1962 Beauty Queen. Bunny and
fifty-seven other girls competed for this title in two beauty pageants
where beauty and poise were of chief importance to a panel of distin-
quished judges. Cn announcement of the winner, tearful Bunny was
accompanied down the ramp by the applause of the crowd.
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Dan Beals puts that extra punch in every step.
Panthers Share Football Title
SCl's Panthers finished the l96l football season
sharing the North Central Conference title. The
Panthers led the league up to the last game when
South Dakota came from nowhere to grab a share
of the crown by beating SCI 36-l2. The only oth-
er loss SCI had was 21-6 by rival Drake Univer-
sity. This defeat snapped the Panthers' regular
season winning streak at 13 games, five more games
than the longest previous string by the 1927 SCI
team. The Panthers outscored all other opponents,
218-61, shutting out lllankato State and North
Dakota State and holding three other teams to one
touchdown each. 6,300 fans saw SCI beat Augus-
tana to highlight homecoming activities, and a
Dadls Day crowd of 6,000 turned out for the eve-
ning game with Xorth Dakota. The major migra-
tion of the season was to the Drake game, and
many fans followed the Panthers to South Dakota
State as spectator interest remained high. Gradu-
ating seniors on the football squad were VVendell
lVilliams, Al Sonnenberg, John Raffensperger,
Howard Becker, Gary lvilcox, Hurley Hanley,
Carl Bowman, Hob Crane, Gene Doyle, Bob An-
drews, and Ken Kroemer.
Coach Stan Sheritt advises quarterback Dave Cox on the finer
points ofthe game.
Row l: Fred Hahn, manager, Gene Doyle, l-toward Becker, Bruce Wiegrnann, Dave Cox, Dan Boals, Bob Crane, Charlie Hill, Don
Gray, Dennis Wright, Bob Kunkel, Darnell Santord, Frank Ryan, manager. Row 2: Art Dickinson, trainer Chuck Reid, Duane'Waters,
Al Sonnenberg, John Rattensperger, Carl Bowman, Bob Andrews, George Graves, Bill Moore, Hurley l-lanley, Larry Thompson, Larry
Walters, Warren l-lansen, assistant coach. Row 3: Stan Sheritt, head coach, Bill Johnstone, Eldon Reinhardt, Don Eichelberger, Ken
Kroemer, Bob Stevens, Ted Minnick, Wendell Williams, Bud Crystal, Gary Wilcox, Dennis Button, Dennis Remmert, assistant coach,
Bob lBubl Bitcon, assistant coach. Row 4: Nevin Alrnquist, Bill Schwartz, Larry Van Oort, Jack Carlson, Glen Conner, John Hern-
minger, Pat Mitchell, Ron Martin, Lese Rayburn, Dave Page.
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in a record-breaking touchdown pass at South Dakota State.
Boals, Cox Set Records
Dan Boals led the rushing department and Dave
COX took charge of passing as the Panthers set and
tied many records this season. Boals charged IOO3
yards to set a new SCI record in rushing yardage.
His 738 yards in league play set a North Central
Conference record, but he fell five points short of
the scoring record. Danls place-kicking in the
lllorningside game let him tie the school record of
live conversions in one game. The team record for
rushing yardage set in l94l6 also tell this season
when the Panthers' offense totaled 2276 yards.
Cox tossed four touchdown passes in the opening
game against Bradley to tie Ralph Capitanils indi-
vidual and team record. Dave toppled another
Capitani mark by passing for 14 touchdowns dur-
ing the season. Fifteen touchdown passes this sea-
son were good for a new team record in this depart-
A wary Augustana back prepares lor a jolt from John
Rahfensperqer and AI Sonnenberg.
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illiams Named All-America
SCll's YVendell 1Villiams and Dan Boals earned
national recognition by the Associated Press for the
1961 season. VVi1liams was named first team guard
on the Little All-America team, and Boals was
given honorable mention.
VVilliams called defensive signals for the Pan-
thers in his third season as a starter. He and Boals
were two of SC1,s co-captains for 1961. 1wVilliams
was a first team selection on the All-North Central
Conference team both in 1960 and 1961.
Boals, a junior, also was named first team all-
NCC in 1961. 1-le completed the season ranked
second in rushing on the NCAA small-college
standings and first in the conference.
Dan Beals lakes time out from his football
Little-All American Wendell Williams gels
help from trainer Ari Dickinson as Dave Cox
'he l'il'CSl1Ill2lll football tt-ani easily won its first
in umletcatctl season. Dick Ulipliant anal Daw
Dennis Balnr scores e tonclndown eqainst
Mason City Junior College.
Freshmen Unbeaten In Three Games
SEASONS RECORD Stead lerl tlie passing attack in thc first two games,
,,,,1,,,xENT while Phil Blinnick was tht- leading ground-gainer.
Stantlonts on defense were Dennis Ballr, 'Paul
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KIHSOH LIU -l' L' 0 Sid Sickels niovecl from an cnil position to tulle
Klankato State lfrosh . ll back to rnsli 133 yards and score two toncliilowns
against the Mankato State trcslnncn. Ray Shipa-
nik's kick attc-r the first tonclulown was tlie differ-
gaincs and CLUIIC troin behind to win a tliiril ence in tlic victory that yieltlecl an nnbm-ati-n season
tor Coach XVZIITCH Hansenls l:I'CSl'llHC'Il.
I: Jim l-lirt, Kent Steptienson, Dong Larson, Jolnn Hemminger, Bill Stanley, Deve Steed, Jotin Clwellis. Row 2: Gary Wtiite,
Oliplwant, Mike Gordon, Skip Giles, Jirn Goetzinqer, Leon Kroerner, Sid Sickles, Paul Krornrnenlwoek, Mex Miller, Row 3:
Stelwltiut, Dave Pelrnitier, Dick Rirnrodt, Fred Hildebrandt, Rod Mitchell, Dave Rowray, Del Hammond, Pliil Minnick, Mike
Dukesnier, Denny Mullen. Row 4: Lee Sclnenermenn, Denny Belir, Mike Stubsten. Lou Heasis, Mark Messersmitlw, Wayne Robertson,
Jim Jackson, Bruce Montgomery, Jim Dilts.
S IQASUN ,S RICCURD
Nlacalester ..... 57
VVinona State .... 60
Wfvestern lllinois . . 75
Parsons ...... 66
lllinois State Normal . 76
Cornell ...... 51
South Dakota State . . 73
Klorningsidc- .... 72
South Dakota . . . 97
Loras ....... 49
North Dakota State . . 51
South Dakota . . . 60
Augustana ..... 68
North Dakota State . . 58
North Dakota .... 79
VVartburg ..... 67
South Dakota State . . 66
Augustana ..... 71
Klankato State . 74-
Nlorningsidc . . 7-l-
North Dakota . . 60
Augustana . . . 78
Hamline .... . 68
Nebraska YVC-sleyan . . 78
Tall Corn Tournament
NCAA Regional TOLl1'll311lCIlf
rouqht him the conference rebounding title.
Spoden shows the jumpin 'Form that
SCI Ties Augie In Basketball Race
The North Central Conference championship
and a bid to the NCAA regional basketball tourna-
ment completed coach Norm SteWart's first year as
SCI head basketball coach. After winning the first
four games and the Tall Corn Tournament, the
Panthers dropped their three opening conference
games. Not until SCI met Augustana nine games
later did the Panthers lose again. SCI fiinished the
rest of the conference schedule without a defeat to
finish in a tie for first place with Augustana. ln
the playoff game to decide the conference repre-
sentative to the NCAA regional tournament, SCI
beat Augustana, 81-78. The Panthers won their
first game in the regional, but their busy ,schedule
told on them as they dropped the final round game
to Nebraska lVesleyan by one point. The season's
record, l9 wins and 5 losses, held the most victories
ever scored by a Panther basketball team in one
Coach Norm Stewart prepares Dick Christy forthe game
Row I: Roger Bock, Ed Ware. Bob Waller, Bruce Lein, Jerry Holbrook, Duane Josephson, Bob McCoot Row 2: Norm Stewart
coach, Steve Rover, Dick Christy, Pete Spoden, Ray Cutl, Paul Batcom, Dick Savage.
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wql1amI had a touch sUIiwIL1Ic', hut it i'2i1'I1t'LI a ivspvu- SU m,wNI,x,I.
tahlc' 75+ rc'cor1I. Iowa IlIl1IUl' CoIIcg1c champ, , I
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other. SCIY trcshmeii split a pair ot right -galiivs N6 Ellsworth L.. . U3
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Alusrmanii with 182 points. Dick Lowe was second H5 XVartburg 31
with 172. and Ron .Ivsscii scored I65 points for 7S yym-tbll,-QQ ' 74
third high. Dennis Przicliodgiii anti Daivc Rowray 73 Khmkam Sum, Q2
roi1mIccI out the top five after Dick baragc and , . . ,
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Row I: Jim Bowen, Denny Przychcdzin, Herb Justmanrx, Jerry Gehrke, Jack Prlrice, Ron Jefsen L. W. IMonI Whltford, C. r
Row 2: LyIe Svoboda, Marhri Hook, Larry Parks, Pat Peake, Sterhriq Peyton.
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Michigan State wrestler.
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Wrestlers Battle Tough Schedule
The Panthers managed only five wins against
nine losses in what Coach Bill Koll termed "the
toughest schedule in the nationf' But SCI was
impressive in the quadrangular meet at the Univer-
sity ot llinnesota as Frank lfreeman, Dave -lensen
and Bob Stevens won titles in competition with
Iowa State, South Dakota State and lllinnesota.
.lim Sanford and Bill Dotson followed the pattern
by taking individual championships on the home
mat in the SCI invitational tournament.
Injuries became fatal to the Panthers early in
dual competition when Freeman and Stevens were
sidelined with injuries after winning in the first
meets. Coach Koll juggled the lineups, trying to
find winning combinations among the reserves, but
the Panthers lost to two Big Ten schools and
dropped meets to three more schools on a rugged
road trip VVest.
Jensen and Don VVilson were instrumental in se-
curing the victory by beating tough opponents ot
lllankato State. Freeman rejoined the team tor the
Iowa State meet and scored a decision as did Dot-
son when he wrestled twenty pounds overweight
at 167. Jensen drew 5-5 in his match, but no other
Panthers could put together points in front of the
sizable number ot fans from both Iowa schools. The
ttlp effort of the year came when the Panthers 1net
the Cowpokes of Oklahoma State before an enthu-
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comes ott the mat,
siastic home crowd. SCI lost the battle, I9-7, but
the number one team in the nation had to fight for
their victory as they met an inspired Panther squad.
Row I: Dave Jensen, Joe Fox, Jerry Gay, Tom Sally, Frank Freeman. Row 2: Dan Dunham, l-lal Walter, Dick Rausenberger, Jim
Sanford, Bill Dotson. Row 3: Gene Miller, manager, Bob Stevens, Steve Hoeman, Don Wilson, Chuck Wedemeyer, Wayne Cor-
maney, Bill Kall, coach.
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SCI Finishes Strong
The tough cotnpc-tition SCI tacvd in thc ta-,qulat
season paid off in tht- NCAA tontnalncnt as tht- Pan-
thvrs tanlcenf fifth, their htst showing since l93.l.
lftanl: l'lI'l'CINZlI1 took seconil at llti poilnmls, Bill Dot-
son was I'llI1IlCl'-lip at I37 and Daw- .lcnscn piflivml up
tontth place among 130 ponmfets. l'll'1'l'IH21l1 lost, 7-4,
to Oklahoma State! Klasaaki Hatta, who had ht-atcn
lftcctnan in a tlnal 1Ill't'f this season. Dotson lost to his
opponent, Bill Carter of Oklahoma, 6--l, in tht- final
niinutv. .'xffL'l' xxtvstliifg to Z1 4-fl tic in l'L'QlllZ1fl0Il
titnc, -ll'llSl'll howwl out in a 3-0 ox'c'1'tiInc'.
SCI IllZllI1f2llIlt'll its tloniination of North Cvnttal
Ql0lll:L'l'R'l1Ct' n'tn-stling hy winning six titles anal placing ,q1,,,. -
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svcontl in two more tlivisions. .lL'IlSl'I1, l"i't-Oman, Dot- ---"M" """
son, Qlllll Sanfortl, Don Wvilson and Bold Stew-ns won
thvil' final tonnml lnatchcs, while' lvaync Ql0I'IN2ll1k'j
antl Wvvmlcll Wvillianis got scconnl plan' honors. tlvn-
svn was nann-ml outstantling wwstlvi' ot tht- tontna- Hawk prgemdn Wah +G' A MICMQM Shake Wwwer it
lIlL'I1I'. make 5 move if' 5 7-l v'Q'ofy tm tfwe SCN man.
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on liis back.
Matmen Win In Conference Meet
Row I: Jim Lewallen, l-lerm Blaslolvilc, Gary Sfollz, Sieve Becicka, Ken Owens, Colin Squiers, Gary Pollard, Row 2: Ge
manager, Bill Marvel, Diclc Auslin, Rich Engel, Jim Kroll, Diclc Tscliudi, Bill Koll, coach.
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pitch during a Panther home game.
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TNCAA District Five Play-off
Row I: Lyle Thomson, Ed Watt, Dave Cox, Jerry Newton, Jack Heaton, Gary Floyd. Row 2: Dave Ray, Ed Ware, Bernie Hutchin-
son, Dennis Oleiniczak, Larry Kehoe, Chuck Lammers, Norm Blake. Row 3: Coach Mon Whifford, K. C. Johnson, Darrell Bunge,
Jim Steierf, Keith Fossey, Jerry Holbrook, Duane Nevenhoven.
Panther Nine Rules League
Panther Larry Kehoe flies past a cautious infielder hound for
the canvas sack which will not hold them both.
The ISTC baseball team captured their second
North Central Conference baseball championship in
four seasons in l96l. The l96l Panthers were 7-0
in conference play as they swept North Dakota Uni-
versity in the play-offs for the crown. TC,s offense
totalled 59 runs against l0 runs gained by confer-
ence opponents. The Cedar Falls nine led the league
in hitting with a .333 average and in fielding with a
Pitcher Ed Watt, First Baseman Larry Kehoe,
shortstop Ed Ware, and outfielders Jim Steiert and
Lyle Thomson all were named to the All-North
Central Conference baseball team. Norm Blake,
Dave Ray, Darrell Bunge and Jack Heaton gained
honorable mention. Kehoe led the league in batting
with a .588 conference play average, led in RBI's
with eight and tied for first in home runs with team-
mates Watt, Ware and Steiert, each slamming two.
Panther pitchers Watt and Ray each had 2-0 records
for a second place tie in the league, followed by
Bunge in fourth place with one victory. Both Watt
and Bunge had 0.00 earned run averages in league
A visiting baserunner pounds the path to second as Norm
Blalce laughs Ott the "threat" and throws to . . .
L. W. CMonj Whitford, in his 35th year at
ISTC, produced a Panther baseball team with an
impressive record of 11 Wins and four defeats. The
4-4 non-conference record included two defeats at
the hands of Oklahoma State in the NCAA District
Five play-offs. ISTC was an at-large representative
in the best-of-three series against the Big Eight
school. The winner gained a berth in the College
This season Panthers slugged out a .291 batting
average and defensively they produced a .950 field-
ing average. Lyle Thomson led the team in hitting
with .421, followed by Larry Kehoe at .415. Dar-
rell Bunge led the pitchers with a 3-0 record, but
Ed Watt with a 5-1 record posted a 1.98 ERA to
top the Panthers in that department. Dave Ray
pitched the 'Panthers to three victories and two
. . . Panther Larry Kehoe, standing alone at tirst with the
base coach, who poses no threat at all.
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The Panfher bench 'fakes lhe game seriously ln a successful season in which lhey gained a berlh in fhe dlslrlcf five NCAA play-offs.
Some of lhe leading players pondering lhe sllrualion are, from leflz Ed Wall, Larry Kehoe, Dennis Olelnlczak, Jerry l-lolbroolc, and
ISTC In NCAA Pla -Offs
TC's Bernie l-lulchinson and fhe Auguslana cafcher pose al
home plafe as Dennis Olejniczak looks on.
Ifensperger hands off +0 Ha! Byram as Larry Markley
Turn in fhe 880-yard relay af The TC Relays.
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ISTC ., 71 Grinnell .... 42 1vVHl'fbUl'g
ISTC H1112 Platteville ..-QM Coe ...... ..
Trackmen Undefeated In Dual Meets
Coach Art Diekinsonls trackmen won all four of
their dual meets and all three of their triangulars in
the l96l track season. The Panthers Hnished first
in the Iowa College Indoor Relays and showed well
in the Cornell, TC, and Drake Relays. In the
Southhalf North Central Conference meet, TC won
with 77 points, its nearest contender being South
Dakota University at 352 points. In the North
Central Conference meet TC placed .second to SDU
by the narrow margin of 69 to 66. South Dakota
State presented the only other serious competition
with 58 points.
In the Southhalf Conference meet lX'IaX Huffman
set a new meet record of 22'-UA" in the broad
jump, and a team of Dennis Vveyrauch, Larry
Klarkley, -lohn Raffensperger, and Hal Byram sped
to a record 3:20.-l in the 8-lap relay. Raffensper-
gens :O6.6 tied the Iowa College Indoor Relays 50-
yard low hurdle time. In the Drake Relays, Illark-
ley, NVeyrauch, Byram and Ratlensperger teamed
again to establish a new mark of 3 121.9 in the Iowa
College lllile Relay. Bob Crane joined lllarkley,
VVeyrauch, and Raffensperger for the 880-yard re-
lay team to top the Iowa Colleges in that event.
Row I: Doug Buchanan, Lyndon Dighton, Jim Miller, Bill Honnold, Max l-lulilman, Bob Crane, Dave Dillon, Dick Juhl. Row 2: Ron
Lang, Dick Sherman, John King, Dick Shelko, Jim Fischer. Dick Smith, Said Daiani, Dave Hemphill, Ralph Finch, Dick Schreiber, Don
g. Row 3: Coach Art Dickinson, Paul Drelke, Dennis Corwin, Bill Kaufman, Dave Linder, John Ratlensperqer, Larry Markley,
rry Stillwell, l-lal Byram, Dennis Weyrauch, Gary Shoemaker, Jim Meskimen, Gary Wilcox, Dick Dotson.
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Kaufman soars over The ber as oppo-
's Beck on En We TC Refays.
The rudges Nook on as Ha? BV-Vw Dumps
Ynro fre finish 'ine reading fre Norrheasf
Missouri runner on Hwe arwcrmr Une of
We 980-yard refay.
Two School Records Fall
Dick Dofson appears to be clearing +he
light pole in the typical form that
brought him the school pole vault record
Two ISTC indoor track records fell in 1961. In
a dual meet with Cornell, lXIax Huffman topped
the 1950 school record of 22'-4" in the broad jump
by leaping 22'-9". Dick Dotson rewrote both the
school and the Iowa College Indoor Relays pole
vault records by vaulting 13'-LPM" to better the
13'-2" mark set only last year by Jim Duea.
The Panthers captured their share of events in the
TC Relays by winning the college division 440- and
880-yard relays. Max Huffman, Bob Crane, John
Raffensperger and Hal Byram fought off a strong
Northeast 1VIissouri bid for a repeat victory in the
4-10-yard relay. The Panthers won by a mere tenth
of a second to tie Northeast lllissourils 1960 record
of :4-3.1. The freshman 880-yard relay team of
lXIike Long, Bob Theisen, Bob Glasener, and Dave
Suntken wrote a record of 1131.0 in the books.
Netmen Take North Central Title
The Iowa State Teachers Col-
.ege tennis team won their third
'orth Central Conference tennis
hampionship in the last four tour-
naments. Jim Baker and Roger
lDitzenberger teamed for the con-
ference doubles title without drop-
ping a set. Nlike Schaumberg
ained the final round of the indi-
Eidual matches and won second
lace. Doug Foley reached the
semi-final round, but lost to the
champion also. ISTC totalled IO
points in the tournament to give
them a three-point margin over
North Dakota State. The Pan-
thers tallied 5 wins against 3 losses
in the 1961 season. The Baker-
Ditzenberger combination led in
doubles for the season with a 5-Z
record, and the Foley-Schaumberg
team posted a -I--3 season record.
8 VVartburg . 0
0 Iowa State . . 9
3 Dubuque . . -l
6 Loras . . . 0
6 Drake .... . 1
-l Lacrosse State . . 5
6 Luther . . . . 3
7 VVartburg . 0
Row I' Jim Baker Ro er Ditzenber er Bill Dodd, Row 2: Jim Clark, Bill Koll,coacl'1, Milce
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Jim Balmer eyes the ball on a serve.
Bill Wesfphal fees off for the first hole.
Golfers Turn in 4-1 Record
The Panther golf team had a
winning season with a 4-l record.
Their sole loss in dual play was to
Dubuque University by a single
point. ln the Drake tournament
the Panthers finished seventh in a
field of eighteen and in the North
Central Conference meet, they
Chuck Patten led the golfers
this season with an 3-O record, fol-
lowed by Bill Westphal and Jim
Daman, each posting a 4-l mark.
GOLF TEAM-Row I: Chuck Patten,
Bill Wesfphal, Mike Thornburghg Row 2:
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S lVartburg ..... ..,.... 7
JZ Dubuque U .,.... .....,, 6 M
IOM Loras .......... ....... 4 M
l l Drake ..... .,..... l
Drake ..,..,..,..................... 7th Place
Conference ..... ...... 3 rd Place
Coach Jim Clark, Jerry Davis, Jim
Competition in menls intraniurals was keen with
a new point system and more participation. Klen's
dormitory house teams competed in their own league
this year and they met off-campus and fraternity
teams only at the end of the playing season for each
sport to decide all-campus championships.
Stone House and Lowe House took the two
house league football championships and in the
playoff l.owe House won. Tau Kappa lfpsilon, fra-
ternity ofl-eampus league ehamp, beat the men from
l,owe in a rugged game, lo-H.
The Stone House swimmers and the 'lllilf swim-
mers finished strong again in the swimming tourna-
ment. lfaeh finished high in its league, winning Eve
of eight Contests, hut no all-eampus seores were
Phi Sigma lfpsilon took on Hemstead House in
the championship game for haskethall. The Phi
Sigs won handily, 55-38.
lnterest was high as several former high school
stars met in the wrestling tournament. Sherman
House took first place over all with Z4 points.
Boies House was seeond at Zl, and the Phi Sigs had
20 for third place
Delberf Lowery fries fo block a shof by Hurley
Hanley in an off-campus 'eaque inframuraf game.
John Hemminger lifts Jim f-lirf in fhe finafs for heeyyweiqhfs,
buf f-firf resisfs fo win fhis mafch.
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Row I: M. White, R. Button, M. Mapes, M. Starller. Row 2: M. Lee, C. Sfimpson, J. Burritt, J. Krob, J. Peterson.
Alpha Phl Gamma
President . . . JOHN BURRITT
Vice-president . . IVIARY IIIAPES
Secretary-Treasurer . AIO KROB
Alpha Phi Gamma, a national honorary journal-
ism fraternity, endeavored to promote journalism at
SCI. The central activity of the year was the
Gridiron banquet held in the spring to honor the
participants in journalism at SCI during the year.
1Iembership in Alpha Phi Gamma requires a year
of service on either the OLD fIOI.D or the C and S
staff. The organization was founded on campus
in I9-I8 and is currently sponsored by Bernard
Beta Beta Beta
President . . Lrxox l':RHARDT
Vice-president . . KARL RINEH.4R1'
Secretary . ANNETTE IiNL'osoN
Historian RoBERT Youxo
Row I: J. Rosonlce, J. Dougherty, A. Knudson, R. Pletcher, C. Jensen,
hart, A. Longhenry, V. Dowell, P. Dice, L. Fox, B. Baker, K. Fry. Row
man, K. Rinehart, R. Young, G. Cohfins.
Beta Beta Beta, honor society for students of the
biological sciences, attempted to stimulate ,sound
scholarship, to promote the dissemination of scien-
tific truth and to encourage investigation in the life
sciences. To carry out these goals, programs were
composed of student-faculty discussions, films and a
November field trip. Klembers attended the Cedar
Falls Audubon Screen Tours and took part in the
local Audubon Christmas Bird Census. The Clam-
ma Upsilon Chapter of Beta Beta Beta sent a dele-
gation to the national convention which was held in
Klay. Sponsors were Dr. Charles Allegre and Dr.
S. Sauer, L. Erhardt, A. Dowell. Row 2: L. Ribleet, S. Rine-
3: C. Alleqre, B. Clausen, J. Domer, l-l. Pennington, D. Koll-
President . . Boi: CRANE
Vice-president . PAT IXIITCH ELL
Secretary -IINI DAMRON
Treasurer . FRANK RYAN
The I club at the State College is an organiza-
tion which honors athletes in all sports. llr. Larry
liitcon and Nlr. Norman Stewart were the co-
sponsors ot the cluh. Activities tor the I club in-
cluded the selection ot the finalists tor the Home-
coirimg Queen and selection of the SCI Relays
Queen. At the football and basketball games, mem-
bers of the I club were seen selling programs and
food during intermissions. Ir was the duty of the
I club to arrange the display in the lIen's Gym of
all pictures, trophies and maps telling of the success
ot recent and old graduates. To encourage scholar-
ship, the I club sponsored the alumni scholarship to
help a deserving member through school. rlihe club
sponsored the annual I club dance held in the
special cluh room.
Row I: B. Crane, J. Davis, J. Daman, J. Rosonlce, E. Reinhardt, J. Fox, D. Dunham, F. Ryan, H. Beclcer. Row 2: E. Watt, L. Thorn-
son, J. Rattensperger, T. Minniclc, W. Williams, D. Cox, B. Wiegmann, D. Boals, B. Westphal, A. Waters. Row 3: B. Stevens, C.
Bowman, D. Shelko, G. Floyd, P. Mitchell, 6. Wilcox, J. Fischer, M. Schaumburg, L. Knudson, L. Markley, D. Weyrauch, J. King.
Row 4: R. Sherman, A. Sonnenberg, B. Noonlresser, J. l-lolbroolc, B. McCool, D. Christy, P. Spoden, B. Kautman, K, Kroemer, D.
Bunge, B. Schwartz, E. Ware.
Row I: F. Hiil, W. Schnaibie, R. Dexier, R. H
S. L .Ci r' Ro ' Th r . R
ays, N. Donald, J. Burr. Row 2: S. Simons, L. Hnizeil, D. Scoii, D. Miniie, T. Maniey
H A H ld J C d H G i' L D J L F
oqsdon,G Lirie. W3. B. ornpsan . ess, . ansu , . row er, , arz , orri, e ebvre,
Phi u Alpha Sinfonia
. S'1'icvif Sixioxs
Beta Nu chapter of Phi Klu Alpha Sinfonia. a
professional music fraternity, sponsored several ini-
portant musical events. 'llhe annual "Dimensions in
jazz" prograin was expanded to include a dance
hand clinic with +00 high school students partiti-
patingf. l7l'hl'l' activities inclucleml a winter solo re-
cital, rhe Aineriean Composers Convert, and the
Stuclent Composers Concert of the Klay Klusic Fes-
tival. Frank Hill. as faculty advisor, helped plan
the social functions. and suggested ways in which
the Sinfonians could assist the niusie department.
Row I: A. Perryman, P. Cookinham. Row 2: Dr. Wagner, A. Daniels, E. Hade.
Delta Sigma Rho
President AUDREY PERRYMAN
Secretary PAT COOKINHAM
Delta Sigma Rho is the United States' oldest
national honorary organization for students in-
terested in debate, oratory, discussion and other
forensic activities. lt was founded in l906 and in
1913 affiliated with the national organization.
Mfembers are selected from upperclassmen who show
scholastic ability and excellence in forensic activities.
Members take charge of arrangements for debates
between SCI and foreign universities held every
other year on campus. In the past, they have de-
bated teams from England, Sweden and Scotland.
The group also sponsored a Christmas party and a
dinner in the spring. Dr. L. R. Wagiler was
Kappa Delta Pi
President . . Bos Kooiz
Vice-president . GEoRoE PLAGER
Secretary SUZANNE XVINSLOYV
Treasurer . . ALICE Yfli.-XGER
Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education,
encourages high professional, intellectual and per-
sonal standards among its members and recognizes
outstanding contributions to education. The Psi
chapter at SCI has in the past fulfilled this purpose
only among its own members. XVith the change in
function of the college, this chapter will endeavor
to encourage these standards of education among
the entire student body. Kappa Delta Pi was asked
by the Education Department to help in the study
of possible building plans. The Department values
the opinion of students, as they will be utilizing
any new facilities decided upon. llembers gave
their ideas on requirements for general education to
the committee which studied this problem. Dr.
llflerritt E. lllelberg sei'ved as the group's sponsor.
Row I: B. Voss, S, Gatewoocl, K. Mitchem, D. Edwards, L. Schaefer, M. Thompson, C. Breeding, A. Briden. Row 2: G. Plaqer, L.
Brockmeyer, J. Orth, J. Mathison, C. Moore, D. Klaessy, M. Lee, M. Benning, J. McCoy. Row 3: J. Henriksen, B. Koob, W.
Tielmeland, G. Kunz, J. McCoy, A. Yeager, S. Dehfs, M. Woehllc, K. Adams, S. Winslow.
Kappa Mu Epsilon
President . . . . BARBARA IXIANN
Vice-president . . CHARLES LEHMKULI.
Seeretary-Treasurer . . PATRICIA COOKINHARI
The national honorary mathematics fraternity,
Kappa llu Epsilon, furthers interest in mathematics
and develops an appreciation of its beauty. This
society provides for the recognition of students in
mathematics and brings them together in a profes-
sional and social relationship. Requirements for
membership include a 2.5 grade average, a theme on
some subject in mathematics and 6-l -semester hours
of college credit, 13 of them in mathematics. Stu-
dents meeting the qualifications for membership are
invited to join each fall and spring. ln addition to
a social program of oral reports and faculty guests,
discussions considered everyday mathematic prob-
lems. lllr. Robert Yount served as faculty sponsor
of the group. Highlighting the year was the national
Kappa Klu Convention held in the spring.
Row l: l. Brune, l-l. Trimble, R. Yount, S. We-fide. A. Meeks, B. Mann. Row 2: J. Bruha, C. Lehmkuhl, J. Jensen, L. Kinqery, 6.
Stiles, R. Dickey.
Row I: B. Mann, L. Moeller. B. Lacoste, B. Vogt. Row 2: A. Meeks, M. l-lumlce, M. Jugenheimer, M. Woelilk, D. Beck.
President . Kluzjoiuiz l'll'XIKE
Vice-president . RIARY LOL' VVOICHLK
Secretary . Doius BECK
'1'reasurer .ANDRIA BIIQEKS,
Last lllotht-r's Day morning a group of sopho-
more girls were pleasantly surprised by the sound of
tinlcling bells approaching their rooms. These girls
were chosen as members of Chimes, a junior
women's honorary, on the basis of scholarship and
leadership. Dr. Lillian YVagner is the sponsor for
Chimes. Activities this year included setting up an
information booth at Homecoming and sponsoring
a 'lchat 'n nibhleu in Lawther to inspire the girls to
strive toward the goals of Chimes. Also, the girls
helped the Association of Vlvomen Students with
their annual tea by serving as hostesses. XVith the
sophomore and senior honoraries, Chimes presented
the freshman girls with an aspect of college life
very essential to each girl-studying. The goals of
Chimes are to encourage scholarship, leadership and
Row I: L. Wilson, J. Gray. J. Kercheval, C. Tietz. Row 2: J. Schlicher, B, Koob, R. l-lauqhton, B. Morden.
y Lambda Delta Lambda y
President . -loHN ScH1.1cH1zR
Vice-president . . . Bon lioolz
Secretary-Treasurer . CAROLYN 'l'lETZ
One of the first societies established on the
campus of the State College of lowa was Lambda
Delta Lambda, an honor society for students in
physical science. ln order to be selected for mem-
bership, a 3.0 or above grade point average in l-l
semester hours of physical science is required. The
object of Lambda Delta Lambda is to promote
interest in the study of chemistry and physics and
to encourage and recognize a high standard of
scholarship in these subjects. This organization has
revised its constitution with the help of their spon-
sor, Dr. bl. VV. Kercheyal.
Phi Delta Kappa
President . CARYI. BIIDDLETON
Vice-president . fdORDON RHLAI
Secretary-Treasurer . CECIL PHILLIPS
Phi Delta Kappa, an honorary international fra-
ternity, promotes free public education as essential
to the development of a democracy through the
continuing interpretations of the ideals of research,
science and leadership. This fraternity holds high
professional, fraternal and honorary standards. To
become a member of the Delta Beta chapter, an
individual must be a graduate student with a 3.0
scholastic average, a faculty member or a non-
resident who has been engaged in five or more years
of successful educational work and holds a ll"laster's
Degree. Speakers and discussions were the basis of
the monthly meetings Where members found fellow-
ship based on common interests and ideals making
possible group action for the promotion of free
Row I: R. Moore, G. Holmes, W. DeKoclc, E, Schaffer, H. Knutson, P. Kelso, E. Riffer. Row 2: L. Hurfon, E. Possum, G. Wagner,
F. Marfindale, CS. Hastings, H. Riebe, L. Campbell, R. Messer. Row 3: R. Euchner, O. Thompson, G, Rhum, V. Morris, D.
Wiederanders, P. Brimm, C. Bishop, C. Phillips.
O F F I C E R S
. . . KAY lVTORSE
. DENNIS HENDRICKSON
Kappa Pi is an honorary fraternity in art, whose
membership includes only those of outstanding schol-
arship and ability in the field of art. The aim of this
fraternity was to provide opportunity for profes-
sional growth not usually available to the student as
well as stimulation of leadership through special
projects, ,scholarship awards and professional oppor-
tunities. The sponsor for Kappa Pi is hir. Paul
Row I: R. Toner, B. Hurd, G. Akin, K. Morse, S. Whife. Row 2: J. Jorgensen, L. Shank, R. Erickson, S. Sabafka, K. Kaiser, B.
Weber R T aqer S e roo S ow 2: E, Brindle, N. Willcans, E. Boos, E. Kinsinger, L. Sawlell.
Sigma Alpha lota, national honorary fraternity
for music, requires that members must have music
as their major, minor or suhject matter field and
have a cumulative grade point of 2.8 on eight hours
of music courses. Also members must have faculty
recommendations and successful audition, Among
the many activities held during the year were a
Homecoming tea, monthly musicals, Patroness Din-
ner, joint musical with the NVaterloo Alums, the
American Composers Concert, llotherls Day 'liea
and the Performance Award Competition. One of
the highlights of the year was the SAI State Day
held this year on our campus. 'lihis event was at-
tended hy other chapters of the state and hy national
ofhcials. Sponsors for the group were fllrs. lllary
Beckman, lllrs. .Ivone Xlaxwell and Kliss .Ioyce
Row I: J. Rosonlce, M. Lee, J. Heitman, D. Whitnah, L. Harris, R. Alrermann. Row 2: D. Smith, G. Creswell, D. Howard, J.
Schlicher, J. Mathison, G. Plager.
Pi Gamma Mu
President . DAVID M. SMITH
Vice-president . ciEORGE PLAGER
Secretary-Treasurer . DR. VVOHL
Pi Gamma llflu attempts to learn the importance
ot the social sciences in solving the many problems
of our complex society. Junior and senior students
with a 3.0 average in 20 hours of social science are
eligible for this national social science honor organ-
ization. Dr. Howard Wohl was sponsor for the
group. llleetings were primarily group discussions
with both faculty and students striving to discover
new methods to improve human relations through
intelligent application of the social sciences. blem-
bers enjoyed the down-the-line dinners as another
opportunity for discussion. ln Klay, a picnic was
held, with the families of all the members invited.
Theta Alpha Phi
Theta Alpha Phi is the national honorary fra-
ternity of drama for alumni interested in theater,
who have worl-zeal in theater and who wish to con-
tinue and keep in contact with others who have
similar interests. New members are initiated when
they are juniors or seniors.
The Homecoming Dinner is an annual occur-
rence to honor alumni. Publications of Theta
Alpha Phi include the local chapter's newsletter
to its members and Cue, the national publication.
Sponsors for the group this year were Xlr. joseph
Zemler and lllr. Stanley VVood.
Row! A Hawn R Milcesh Row2 S Wood. J. Zander. E. Cleveland.
Sigma lpha Eta
President . . NANCY Gkoss
Vice-president li.-XTHY FLITSCH
Secretary . . iANIT.-X D."XN1IZI.S
Treasurer . . Coxxlic Hi2AToN
The objectives of Sigma Alpha Eta, the profes-
sional speech and hearing fraternity, are to foster a
spirit of unity by co-ordinating the interests and ef-
forts of persons with a common goal by offering
opportunities for social and professional fellowship
and by providing situations in which students and
faculty may work together as a team to advance the
profession as a whole. The fraternity sponsored the
animal Homecoming Tea, Christmas Party, various
field trips and the spring banquet. Several members
of Sigma Alpha Eta, as well as Dr. Elliot Schaffer,
the sponsor, were able to attend the national meet-
ing in Chicago of the American Speech and Hearing
Row I: D. Hanna, E. Taylor, S. Barfels, C. Reed, C. Heafon, J. Speas, E. Schaffer. Row 2: K. Flifsch, B. Hudflce, A. Riehn, R.
Hofmeyer, A. Daniels, N. Gross, M. Bergen,
Row I: D. Edwards, J. Hermansforier, J. Steele, P. Noid, K. Humphrey. Row 2: M. Woehllc, L. Warford, W. Kent, D. Reid, R.
Dixon, J. Davis.
Pi Omega Pi
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The first major activity of Pi Omega Pi this year
was co-sponsoring with Phi Beta Lambda a Home-
coming Tea in the Business lfducation Department.
Later during the year other projects included selling
Christmas cards as a money-making project, co-spon-
soring Business Education Recognition Night, and
publishing the biennial publication for alumni, Gauz-
nm Progress. llrlrs. Katherine Humphrey was the
faculty advisor for this education honorary.
Row I: K. Miichem, J. McCoy, M. Benning, E. Shores, M. Lacock. Row 2: Miss M. Siolander, J. Rice, L. Broclcmeyer, B. LaCaste,
Theta Theta Epsilon
O F F I C E R S
President ..... HIARLYS BENNING
Vice-president . . DORIS PFAFF
Secretary . LAUREL BROCKMEYER
Theta Theta Epsilon is the honorary home eco-
nomics organization on the SCI campus. Junior or
senior women are eligible for membership if they
have a 2.8 average in home economics work and a
2.5 average in all other college work. Theta Theta
Epsilon works to increase interest in the field of
home economics, promote scholarship and encourage
leadership. Bliss liargaret Sjolander sponsored this
organization. Members -served as official hostesses
at all functions of the home economics department.
During the spring Theta Theta Epsilon sponsored a
Mother's Day Tea and the Senior Home Economics
Dinner honoring all senior home economics majors.
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Row I: S. Wende, P, Kies, G. Lundva11, B. Wrsner, J. Wc.od, L. Bersee, M. 1-1ar1 J. Dfbuqnerfy B. Vogf, M. 1-1195511
Mann. Row 2: J. Drennen N. Sorensen, D. Edwards, D. Day, F, Keeney, M. Davia, S. Rufnsfrorn, V. MCSnane, S.
Hursey. L. Sfark,
P. P. C1ausman, S. Cor1e11, C. Craven, Y. Gaudes. Row 3: K, F1e15c11 E. Br1nd1e, R. B1un1c, L. Fosfer, J. Speas, K, Gchter, S. Tkornp-
son, C. Tafum, J. Buckingham, M, Friedericlws, P. Fruerw, D. Loenr, M. Wi111arnson. Row 4: M. McLLen, E. Kfnr
Mi1es, J. Jorgensen, K. Kaiser, P. Freese, R. Roewerf, D. SrnU11, S. Drury, M. Wnife. K. Krause, C. Keppy, M.
Row 5: M. S1ee1e. B. LaCos1e,A.Yeaqer, S. Dannen1e1d1, L. BVOCKWWGYGV, J. Torn1a'1, P. Peffy, S. Moore, S. Pa111sen,
J. Duprez, S. W1rs1o-ff, C.Jo1'1nson, .
1ey, F. Barker, N.
Baker, A. Meeks.
M. PaT1'y,J, Lfnd,
President . . ROGER HARI.AN
Vice-president . NANCY NEWHOUSE
Secretary . STANLEY FUKE
Treasurer . D.4VID GREEN
Non-Greek sophomores were eligible to join
Tomahawk, national honorary-service organization.
New members were nominated for the organization
by the presidents of other campus organizations on
the basis of academic achievement and active par-
ticipation in some campus activity. lllembers are
initiated at the beginning of the second semester of
their sophomore year and remain active until the
second semester of their junior year. liach new
pledge class selects a special service project for the
year, including ushering for chapel services, con-
ducting tours for prospective students and building
the Homecoming queen's tloat. Tomahawk cele-
brated its third year on the campus and its second
as a recognized organization. lllr. Dennis P. Jensen
was the faculty advisor.
Row I: C. Drewry, E. Boos, J. Schrader, C. Wilsey, D, Jensen. Row 2: C. Johnson, D. Green, L. Brockmeyer, R. Harlan, A. Daniels.
Row I: Doon M. Holmes, K, Mitcham, E. Boos, E. Kinsinqer, M. Thompson. Row 2: A. l-lawn, S. Quick, S, Winslow, J. Dormer, C.
Stimpson, J. Mathiscn, M, Lee.
O If If l ll li
Torch and Tassel
It is a very spccial inoincnt in the college life of
a junior woman as she is tapped for nicnihcrship
into the senior wonu-n's honorary organization,
Torch anml Tassel, ilnring tht- evening convocation
on VVO1NCI1,S Day. Because of the incrc-using ninn-
hcr of girls going through school in thrcc years, a
inid-ya-ar ceremony was hclal in Caniphcll Hall
whcrc six girls were tappc-tl for nicinhcrship. Torch
anal 'liassel rccognizcs scnior women outstanding in
lm-aclcrship ability, scholastic 2lClllt'X'?1Nt'llf and par-
ticipation in honor and intcrcst organizations. Surv-
ing as sponsors wvrc Dcan Klavis llolincs and Dr.
lflainc KIcDavitt. 'lihis yn-ar's program inclnclctl
emphasis on stnalent attcnclancv at campns functions
having an intellectual hasis.
Row I: A. Briden, A. Beirin, J. Wickham, J. Hyde, S. Ruihsrrom, N. Newhouse, M. Williamson, C. Drewry. Row 2: S, Kern, C.
Buckingham, M. Woehllc, D. Green, M. Hartman, M. Steele, K. Adams, S. Silver.
lpha Beta Alpha
President . . . ANN BETTIN
Vice-president . NIARY LOU VVoEHLx
Secretary . . . JULIA HYDE
Treasurer . SANDY SILVER
Students of any classification who plan to major
or minor in library science may become members of
Alpha Beta Alpha. This organization is an at-
tempt to further the professional knowledge of its
members, to promote fellowship and is a recruiting
agency for librarians. Alpha Beta Alpha is a chap-
ter of the National Undergraduate Library Science
Guest speakers, panel discussions and other activ-
ities concerned with the field of library science help
the members become more familiar with their field.
lllr. VVendell H. Alford and Nliss Helen Noonan
sponsored the group this year.
Phi Beta Lambda
President Mic!-1.xizL AICBRIDIZ
Secretary . . Cxizor. KELLX'
'lireasurer . . Doxxa. EIDXYARDS
Phi Beta Lambda, the college organization for
all business majors or minors interested in business,
presented monthly meetings on topics ot interest to
the business student. These included discussions of
marketing in the Cedar Falls-VVaterloo area, sales
techniques, advantages acquired through graduate
school and practical uses of accounting. Also, the
organization held a Homecoming Tea tor members
and for alumni, a Christmas party for members and
a picnic in the spring. hir. Kenneth L. Hansen, as
sponsor, was very active in keeping the interest of
the group by presenting news from other chapters.
lfvery year, Alpha chapter sponsors the Annual
Future Business Leaders ot America convention
where high schools and colleges in Iowa come to the
State College of Iowa and participate in the con-
tests, general business meetings and banquet.
Row I: M. Lanqaker, K. Kuethe, D. Bleich, G. Smid, C. Carlson, C. Calhoun, G. Jacobson, A, Snyder, D. Ruroden, S. Watlcins, S.
Heinze, J. Saylor, G. Kost. Row 2: J. Mullins, I. Brinlcert, C. Smith, N. Gatton, I. Hempy, M, Mixdort, A. Prior, P. Noid, R. Jones,
J. McCrea, J. Herrnanstorter, K. Aldrich, M. Frater, D. Edwards, C. Downing. Row 3: F. Meisner, S. Clewell, C. Fisher, C. Benson,
D. Riherd, B. Jesberg, M. Baurnqartel, D. Powell, C. Keppy, R. Bandholtz, K. Geer, M. Green, B, Knapp, M. Schuldt, B. Kent, S.
Stewart, L. Greenzweiq. Row 4: M. Woehlk, R. Gerdes, C. Kelly, J. Schrader, C. Boals, S. Dannenteldt, P. Williams, M. George,
M. Walberq, l. Kramer, V. Good, R. Trager, M. Lee, R. Van Deyenter, L. Whannel, Row 5: M. McBride, R. Kuhlrnan, S. Reit,
B. Bettie, J. McKinney, D. Reid, T. Laasch, B. Nixon, J. Russell, J. Tetriclt, J, Chance, D. Anderson, B. Leto, R. Vander Schaat.
President . . . . . JLQDY H.-uzrxis
Secretary-Treasurer . . Duma fxI.xT'roci4s
Historian . . . Bl,-XRY lhzxxixc
Campus 4-H brings its members on campus closer
together in campus activities and creates interest on
the part ot members toward their local county 4-H
clubs. llembership is open to any student at the
State College of loxva interested and willing to help
in the club. Several functioning committees planned
the activities for the Campus -l-H during the year.
Projects, week-end camp-outs, student speakers who
have attended the national conventions, and faculty
panel discussions helped the members gain knowledge
in the Held of -l-H. Rliss Olive Holliday, sponsor
of the group, helped the members to plan many of
their parties. Also, in the spring several picnics and
exchanges with other college campus -l-H clubs were
Row I: J. Harms, J. Berkland, L. Greenzweig, K. Larson, D. Arrnann, Row 2: K. Mitchem, J. Bindner, P. Smith, C. Madden, J.
Thompson. Row 3: B. Wiclcwire, W. Smith, J. Hildebrandt, J. Paisley, M. Hunter, D. Jones,
Row I: R. Pauley, R. Mafala, T. Millemeri, J. Stephenson, R, Schutt, H, Reed, J. Jones. Row 2: R. Olson, G. Leffs, W. Kelley, R.
Bailey, C. Hanson, J, McCoy. B. Reams, G. Rowe. Row 3: G. Bailey, W. Biclcford, D. Baker, W. Tielmelend, G. Merkel, R. Justice,
B. Byndas, D. Petersen.
Industrial Arts Club
. RICHARD -lL'S'l'ICIi
The Industrial Arts Club is composed of students
who are interested in the industrial arts Held. The
club promotes professional growth and fellowship
through its functions, which this year included
many informative field trips, talks, demonstrations
and social fnnetions. Dr. L. S. llvright serves as
sponsor for the group. Some of the highlights of the
year were: discussion on radioactive fallout and ra-
diation, 'llll0l'Il10fZlX demonstrzltion, and the annual
lndustrial Arts Banquet.
Row I: S. White, J. Berlcland, R. Courtney, F. Mendez, E. Bahling, C. Lang, K. Davis, C. Greenley, N. Anderson, L. Foster. Row 2:
K. Anderson, D. De-Wilde, K. Stroud, J. Houston, B. Formanek, B. Bowley, B. Hurd, J. Ciayter, S. Akin, C. Jeffries, R. Riseling.
Row 3: B. Schmeiser, R. Toner, M. Schrodt, B. Brinkmann, E. Ritchey, S. Silver, M. Menlcen, J. Conrad, L. Knight, R. Dutton, S.
Petted, J. Lensing, S. Finney, D. Finegan, Row 4: C. Martin, J. Zarub, J. Jorgensen, K, Kaiser, T. Albertson, D. Dugan, J. Brewer,
J. Kinne, D. Thompson, R. Bina, S. Sabatka, R. Tharp, L. Shank.
President . JACK CLAYTER
Vice-president . . LEE KNIGHT
Secretary-Treasurer SHARON SARATK.-X
Art Club offers pleasure and relaxation, through
creative activity, to majors and minors in this field.
At Halloween, a masquerade party complete with
prizes for the most original costume, was held at
the home of the organizationls sponsor, lVIr. Don
Finnegan. Une of the biggest projects for the year
was the trip to the Art lnstitute at Chicago. The
Art Club lent its services during the Christmas
season by decorating the Commons. The Club was
in return invited to the Christmas Tree-Decorating
Party sponsored by the Commons Programs Coun-
eil. Each spring, the club sponsors an art display on
the sidewalks leading from the campus to the Hill.
This is done to create student nd faculty interest in
art and to lend a gay note to springtime activities.
Ellen H. Richards Club
llresiclent . . . lgliT'l'Y l,.-XCOSTIZ
Vice-presirlent . NI.xRi.x's liexxixc
Secretary . IJORIS lllf.-XFI4'
Tiikkv AICFIERR ISN
The lflleu H. Richards Club helps its members
become better acquainted with the field ot home
economics. The organization met twice a month,
presenting a program related to some area ot this
field at each meeting. Highlights of the year in-
cluded High School Home lfeonomics Day and
Home lfeonomics College Clubs' State Day. The
sponsors are Nliss Josephine Yeager and Nlrs. Lena
Row I: J. Harms, D. Ptatt, D. Mattoclcs, J. Larson, C. Roscoe, C. Aldrich, P. Warriclc, L. Walther, D. Grat, D. Hunt, J, Stebor, S.
Needham. Row 2: J. Shuler, B. LaCoste, J. Werner, C. Severson, L. Nielouhr, K. Mitchern, K. Klenzrnan, S. McCreedy, M. Hunter,
L. Buehler, K. Zamastil, S. Cox. Row 3: M. Benning, I. Perala, J. Paisley, T. McFerren, L. Clausen, J. Meyer, S, Tablce, D. Cronbaugh,
L. Broclcmeyer, J. Rice, J. Sullivan, S. Kluiter, B. DeGraw.
President . . ANN HAWN
Yice-president . . PAT Rl.-Xl.'LTH.,XL'lf
Secretary . -IoAN CoL1.iNs
Treasurer . RAY MIKESH
College Players seek to promote an interest in
drama through active participation in drama pro-
ductions throughout the year. lllembers helped be-
hind the scenes and sometimes appeared on stage.
An open house was held for freshmen and transfer
students to acquaint them with the organization
and its function. This year the organization was
further publicized by the appearance of its members
in the freshmen dorms to recruit new members.
College Players sponsored a tea at Homecoming and
planned a Christmas get-together. ln the spring,
a down-the-line dinner was held and officers were
elected to serve for the following year. There were
no meetings as such because of the time required
working on the four major productions of the
drama department throughout the year. lllr. and
lllrs. Joseph Zender sponsored the group.
Row I: S. Dreier, N. Anderson, G. McComb, R. Blunk, J. Heiek, L. Foster, P. Watson, N. Swinehart. Row 2: R. Mikesh, C. Lang,
, K. Natzke, E. Sonksen, J. Ervin, A. Kuntz, D. Latham, S. Ehlers, P. Paris, J. Silka. Row 3: T. Atha, W. Hartman, D. Baker, R, Bina,
S. Koch, S. Holbrook, D. Carpenter, T. Johnson, C, Atkins.
Row I: B. Hyatt, W. Foote, G. lsenberqer, R. Winner, L. Rucker, J. Neuman. Row 2: D. Rod, L. Fox, M. Waller, C. Maxwell, J.
Willce, S. Dreier. Row 3: M. Freeman, D. Denk, J. Shannon, S. Raver, M. Balmer, B. l-loyer, P. Pint, S. Phillips.
President . JOHN SHANNON
Vice-president . . STEVE PIOERIANN
Secretary-Treasurer VVENDY FOOTE
Pep Council sponsored a very successful migra-
tion this fall to Drake University in Des Nloines.
Three busses and many cars made the trip to see the
Panther football team. The migration helped Pep
Council create and encourage campus 'spirit in ath-
letics and other campus activities. Pep rallies during
the fall and winter for the football, basketball and
wrestling teams were also sponsored by the Pep
Council. lllembers were elected or appointed from
the various dormitories and other campus organza-
tions. Bliss illardelle llflohn sponsored the group.
Row I: P. Christie, L. Moeller, W. Miller, M. Baumgartel, J. Foglesong, D. Gurnrnert, M. Whiiver, H. Bozorgzadeh. Row 2: E.
Ritchey, K. Mitchem, J. Evans, M. Furlong, N. Bittner, C. Buckingham, E. Hartkemeyer, A. Meeks. Row 3: B. Pletz, H. Smith, C.
Hill, B. Hunt, 6. Svetly, J. Adair, D. Bishop, H. Abediie.
International Affairs Crganization
President . .... joe iADAIR
Vice-president . . BANLIQE TINPANGKA
Secretary . . . . . -lESSIE PETERS
Publicity Chairman . NIARILYN l3AL'MG.xRTEL
lnternational Affairs Organization, a club com-
posed of people interested in understanding inter-
national relations, helped the student body gain a
better knowledge of the social, cultural, political
and international affairs of the world. IAO is a
part of the national organization, the Collegiate
Committee of the United Nations. lAO's big
project each year is to help with the All College
Conference on International Affairs held in the
spring. llembers of IAO met monthly to discuss
various aspects of foreign problems with their
faculty sponsor, Dr. George Poage, and numerous
guest professors. The organization aided the foreign
students on campus by providing opportunities for
them to meet with students and di.scuss problems
common to both countries.
O lf' F I C F R
Secretary . .
If Li. EN Ts L'oAw,x
The Hawaiian Club of the State College of lowa
was oflieially recognized by the Student League
Board after the Club's two years on campus. The
elub was formed to bring the students of Hawaiian
heritage into a Common union. The club meetings
provided opportunities for the members to get to-
gether socially and participate in eollege life at
SCI by having picnics, parties, visits to faculty
homes and down-the-line dinners. Through the
Hawaiian club the students develop an interest in
and an understanding of Hawaiian culture. XVith
the spirit of the islands, members presented a
Spring Show which brought SCI a wonderful pic-
ture of Hawaii. Other activities of the year in-
cluded ushering at Chapel and honoring their seniors
with an Hawaiian luau party. Klr. and llrs. H.
Nelson and Bliss Klary Klortell sponsored the elub.
Row I: C. Daikawa. M. Suehisa, B. Nambe, P. Kimara, E. Tsugawa, E. Oriiski. Row 2: Mr. H, Neison, K. Sasaki, M. Higashi, M.
lida, J. Marsuura, C. Hayashi, E. Urakawa. Row 3: J. Matsui, M, Morteii, C. Hashimoto, E. Hirano, 6. Malone, B, Hironaica.
President . . BUD Dow
Vice-president . . DICK CL.-XSSEY
Secretary . . . IDAT PARIS
Treasurer . . ELAINE HARKMEYER
Young Democrats is a political organization on
the SCI campus designed to interest students in the
democratic form of government. This is accom-
plished through various held trips to the state legis-
lature, discussion groups, and speeches by qualified
people. Other activities include work for charity,
the state Y.D. convention, joint programs with oth-
er Y.D. clubs in the area, the annual Christmas
party, and the spring picnic. Dr. Erma Plaehn and
Dr. lidwin Klauer serve as sponsors.
Row I: J. Bath, L. Baker, D. Peterson, M. Furlong, P. Paris, D. Loehr, S. Schroeder, M. Blatt, J. Logan, C. Jensen. Row 2: D. Long,
B. Minnis, R. Fischer, D. Klaessy, L. Aasheim, D. Dreier, E. Hartkerneyer, K. Hall, E. Tanaka, E. Plaehn. Row 3: G. Svetiy, R. Kuhl-
man, G. Creswell, B. Dow, D. Knock, T. Scheuermann, D. Lynch, R. Valenta, A. Frana, D. Christiansen, P. Dice.
Row I: D. Gummerl, B. Corrigan, V. Ellingson, P. Stevens, J. Smith, M. lrey, L. Moeller, N.Sl1erwood, P. Hahn, B. Eastland, C. Kol-
hoi. Row 2: J. C. Bohrne, J. Schrader, P. Keele, M. Gross, M. Bennett, L. Hanson, D. Watson, R. Blunlc, K. Krause, L. Buehler.
D. Umstead. Row 3: L. White, M. Thompson, M. Owens, N. Bittner, J. Johnston, C. Jensen, D. Grove, C. Landon, W. Parrish,
B. Olin, J. Weaver. Row 4: D. Hughes, J. Engel, R. Bina, S. Anlceny, R. Bailie, T. Cassidy, M. Nost, K. Schilling. C. Atkins, L, Dorn
President . . Brian Orix
Vice-president . DICK CJLMSTEAD
Secretary . Bl.-KRGARET LJXYIENS
Treasurer . DENNIS HL'GHES
Young Republicans was established as a club at
the State College of lowa in the spring of 1956.
The group attempted to interest all students at SCI
in the Republican Party and to provide an oppor-
tunity for them to find a place for political expres-
sion and recognition. Also, the organization at-
tempted to finish a meeting place for Republican
oH'ice-holders to visit and discuss with the students
on campus. Young Republicans participated in the
Organizations Sign-up Night in the Commons Ball-
room by presenting their display of activities planned
for the year. The club, sponsored by Dr. George
Robinson, worked to foster and encourage activities
of the Republican Party, to promote its ideal and to
collect, analyze, discuss and disseminate information
concerning political affairs.
Row I: K. l-lutzell, S. Garewood, K. Burlington, L. Rasmussen, S. Eden, J. Johnston, M. White, S. Petersen, D. Fredriclcson, N. Swine-
harl, M, Banning, N. Staqeberg. Row 2: J. Eyans, N. Bittner, V. Disney, J. Murdock, S. Bernlson, E. Sonlcsen, P. Clausman, S. Ehlers,
l. l-lewiclcer, L. Guyerr, B. I-lironalca. Row 3: B, Pleiz, R. Harlan, B. Button, P. Freese, M. Friederichs, M. McLueri, D, Baclcstrom
L. Lowery, C. Lau, K. Schroeder, J. Lind. Row 4: R. Bailie, C. Macomber, N. Miles, D. Pettit, G. Freers, B. Lane, D. Godfrey, S.
Koch, S. Holbrook D. Strait, C. Slirnpson, B, Lutz, J. Cowley.
English Club '
O If FICICR S
Presitlent . IDAVID STRAIT
Vice-president . . . Qlis.-xx Lixn
Seeretary . . . SHARON CLALSSEN
Program . . lion LANE
The lfnglish Club is a soeial-professional organi-
zation open to all Fnglish majors and minors. The
Club, a junior aH'iliate of the National Council of
Teaehers of lfnglish, has as its aims the eneourage-
ment of professional attitudes, furtherance of inter-
est and knowledge in the major field and the promo-
tion of fellowship among students who -share this
Common purpose. The English Club participated in
a stuclent-faculty coffee hour and planned a regional
clinner for all members of the elub and English
teachers of this seetion of the state. A major pro-
gram for the year was a leeture-cliseus-sion conducted
by Dr. H. VVohl dealing with the eulture of the
"beat generation." The advisors are Dr. john Cow-
ley, Dr. Norman Stageberg, anal Dr. Howard Van-
Speech Activities Club
President . PAT Cooi41NH.xM
Vice-president . . . PAT Powi3i.I.
Secretary . . liATHY VVANGSNESS
The Speech Activities Club was organized on the
State College of lowa campus during the spring of
l953. Since that time, the club has tried to encour-
age students interested in speech work of any kind
to develop that interest and use it. The club pro-
motes debate tournaments, discussions between stu-
dents and members of the faculty connected with the
department, extemporaneous speaking, interpretatiye
readings and short plays. The Speech Activities
Club also helped conduct three forensic tournaments
on campus. A banquet was held in the fall and
another in the spring. Dr. VVagner and Dr. Town-
send sponsored the group and helped them plan and
conduct their monthly meetings.
Row I: S. Schoop, N. Swinehart, S. Eden, M, O'Banion, J. Drennen, F. Clausrnan, N. Bauer, B. Dostal, B. Tirns. Row 2: I.. Wagner,
C. Wilsey, R. Biunk, J. Ransom, J. Lund, A. Daniels, D. Lory, S, Ehlers, A. Kuntz. Row 3: P. Townsend, J. Jacobs, S. Kersenbrock.
A. Prana, J. Soiyst, D. Bohn, W. Sylvester, J. Dorman, C. Hanson.
Student Iowa State Education Assoc.
President . . R1cH.fxRn ISAIIJE
Vice-president . . LAUREI. BROCKMEYER
Secretary . I,oLA JONES
Treasurer . RAY LIQTZ
The Homer Seerley chapter of the Student Iowa
State Education Association is the largest in the
state, and ranks among national leaders in size of
membership. SISEA is a professional organization
for all education students. It is alliliated with the
Iowa State Ifducation Association as well as the
National Iidueation Association. Klonthly meetings
are held on topics of interest in many phases of edu-
cation. This yearls program included a program on
the honor system, talks by faculty members and for-
eign students, and a program on placement.
Through the TIQPS program, students from SCI
travel to surrounding high schools and answer ques-
tions concerning college life. The SISEA 'sponsors
Prospective 'l'eacher's Day each fall for students
from around the state. Faculty sponsors are Dr.
VValter Delfock and Russell Ifuchner.
Row I: A. Burkhead, L. Jones. Row 2: W, Deliock, L, Brockmeyer, R. Bailie.
Row I: K. Johnson, J. I-Ialsted, J, Verrnilyea, J. Innes, C, Straw, J. Schraqe, C. Matern, M. Cole, C. Hansen. Row 2: C. Druecker,
J. Ware, B, DeBower, M. Gustafson, C. Tatum, M. Blair, E, Nishimura, M. Underwood, J. Wood, A. Judge. Row 3: J, Lindemann,
A, Hanke, R,Secris1, G. Freese, K. Johnson, M, Cooke, K. Funke, J. Callison, A, Meeks, P. Tancer, J, Hamolar. Row 4: J. Malhes,
I.. Witte, M. Lake, V. Van Loh, S. Moore, J. Bauer, C. Holler, M, Voltrner, G. Rotlunda, B, Janes, J. Smith.
Kappa Pi Beta Alpha
O If I" I C If R S
President . . KARIN -Iorixsox
Vice-president . Iaxnix Scif VVITTE
Secretary Jem' Vi2Rx11i.Y12.x
'I'reasurer . ARLo.x HANKF
The Icinclervarten- iriinarv irofessional fraternitx'
2-1 . .
tor junior ancl senior women is Kappa Pi Beta
Alpha. KPBA sponsorecl a variety ot programs
whieh increased the personal and professional growth
of its members and better preparenl them tor teaeh'
ing at this lc-vel. 'lihese programs inclnalecl a visit
from illr. Kenneth Gogel and Bliss Mary Ifakin
who described how illustrations for chilmIren's hooks
are made more INCZIIIIIIQIIIII to the children. Also.
the members participateml in a workshop on puppets
which was clesignetl to show how to incorporate use
of puppets into the classroom. A project for the
Christmas season and a student presentation of slicles
and experiences in Ijurope this summer with the
social science tour completed the program for the
Row I: M. lida, G. Brooke, P. Smith, M. Hudok, P. Kremenak, J. Anderson, C. Madden, N. Wright, B. Trinkle, R. Maqnussen.
Row 2: J McKeever, M. Otis, G. Lally, M. Docummun, A. Wood, A. Burkhead, J. Logan, F. Finn, D. Crawford, B. l-iawbaker, C.
Wie-bbecke. Row 3: D. Harrneyer, J. Duprez, M. Benning, P. He-lei, J. Weaver, M, Thompson, J. Evans, M. Holtz, N. Mcfforkle.
K. Jones K. Hanna.
O F If I C If R S
President . .ALICE llL'RKHI2.XD
Vice-president KIARY BENNING
Secretary . Gin. BRoci4.x
Publicity . Cxlzol. XVliziaRI2cK:z
lflcmcntzi Ki, an Urgganizzition for all upper clc-
inz-ntary inzijors, was oiggzliiizecl to acquaint thc
in:-inbt-rs with ncw idczis and other zircas of inte-rc-st
to the nppt-r clcmcntziry cnrricnlnni. Hlcetings
wc-re hcltl twice a month. A wclcnine party was
given at the first of tht- year to acqnziint ncw nppvr
alt-inentnry mzijnrs with the organization and its
pnrposc. Othcr progrznns inclnticti il discussion of
the indiviilualizt-cl residing progrznn, a Christmas
party for some npper clcincntzwy school children anal
21 mock interview bctwccn zi superintendent and a
prospective tezichcr. Dr. -Inlia Sparrow is the spon-
Ki Prima Ki
President . . . DEBBIE Noi..-xNu
Vice-president . . RI.-XRILYN ScHoEMAN
Secretary . DoNNA SANDVIG
Treasurer . JEAN PL'RR1NoToN
Ki Prima Ki is a freshman and sophomore pro-
fessional and social organization for lower element-
ary majors which provides information to help mem-
bers prepare for elementary teaching. Programs tor
the tall and spring semesters included a discussion
by a panel of four student teachers. Faculty mem-
bers were invited to speak on the uses of creative
dramatics and reading helps for the beginning reader.
A -special feature was the Christmas party planned
tor underprivileged children. The members made
stuffed toys tor the children, played games with
them and sang Christmas carols to them and with
them. Also, the organization had a lNlother's Day
Luncheon to acquaint the mothers with the aspects
of the teaching profession as related to the lower
elementary field. Sponsor tor the group was Klar-
garet Buswell N elson.
Row I: M. Nelson, J. Barker, L. Haynes, P. Kessler, N. Sherwood, C. Hasrnimoto, J. Hatch, M. Martin, A. Ziegler, D. Armann, M.
Steger, N. Branholdt, M. Bowman. Row 2: M. Witte, S. Hamill, B. Baker, B. Eastland, J. Gratt, M. Allison, A, Rayhons, P. Miller.
G. Hottman, C. Boehde, K. Hanisch, C. Jensen, M. Campbell. Row 3: N. Winter, C. Gilbert, S. Grulke, S. Corlett, C. Miller, S.
Grittith, S. Abarr, J. Purrington, V. McShane, P. Dolphin, J. Poppen, D. Noland, M. Bowman. Row 4: K. Meyer, S. Elliott, J.
Kraushaar, J. Rodish, D. Stone, M. Martin, J. Dubberke, J. Walter, P. Zinn, M. Schoeman, J. Crogveelr, B. Allee, J. Singer, J. Ealls.
Music Educators National Conference
O I4 F1 L L R 5 The lllusie lfclueators National Conference held
Q -' . v open meetiiws with alumni, members zuicl teachers.
iesi cnt . . . . . . . A IRI L RR ia .
V. ld H Delegates from the group zittemled the National
In ples! mt -hmm: Rus Convention in Chicago Ill the spring. Dr, ,Iohn
1 - I -f ' - If - Klitehell suonsored this Ol'U'?lIllZZflOIl which works
. ecietaiy . . OIS MXT Li, I is
Q 7 to improve the music echieation in our public schools.
rl reasurer . .Ii:AN12TTi: lxximzm
Row I: E. Carlin, M. Siatller, J. Burr, E. Sonksen, S. Thompson, M. I-iuqhes, B. Brooks, Row 2: L. Sawteii, E. Boos, K. Peterson, Q.
Logsdon, M. Lake, C. Christiansen, J, Harms. Row 3: M. Martin, J. Mitchell, D. Siine, B. Thompson, B. Henn, L. Dorn, J. Henriksen.
Row I: S. Drury, J. Foqlesonq, C. Moile, S. Wehde, A. Anderson, G. Miller, M. Mitchell, N. Bauer, B. Mann. Row 2: I. Brunne,
J Bruha, J. Jensen, J. Seeland, K. Price. P. Irving, L. Mangold, A. Meeks, R. Yount, G. Stiles. Row 3: R. Schaerier, S. Dann,
D Uloben. B. Ashley, I-I. Trimble, R. Kieilberg, K. Natzke, C. Lehmkuhi, R. Dickey, L. Kindery.
President . . l3.uumR.x ll.-INN
Vice-president . Room SCH.-XEFFER
Secretary-Trezisurer . SHIRLEY XVIEHDIE
The hlath Club, the oldest organization on cani-
pus, is now in its 52nd year of existence. The
group furthers the inzitheinatical interests of the
students at the State College of Iowa. All mathe-
matics majors and minors and people interested in
the study or theory of mzlthemzities were eligible for
lIlt'lllI3CI'ShID. hleetings were held each month to
discuss IllZlfI"lC1Il21fIC2ll topics. Each of these discus-
sions was led by il professor in the mathematics
field. Guest professors and townspeople were also
asked to participate in the monthly sessions. Spon-
soring the group were hlr. -Iohn liruhzi and hlr.
Row I: A. Spean, S. Rosenau, P. Newland, J. Miller, W. Foote, C. Dierksen, G. Harris, C. Eisehen, Row 2: S. Welch, C. Tostenson,
K. Sehul+Z, J. Bald, S. Stark, T, Swaim, S. Hoskins K. Tool, P. Burch, J. Holliday. Row 3: K, Bohr, J. Giiberison, M. Forthun, B.
Lykins, C. Haehmann, P. Speake, J. Petersen, T. Smyth, D. Hille-man, M. Lee. Row 4: K, Tulasiewicz, L. Kauzlarich, M. Grau, P.
Peterson, J. Dormer, S. Flanders, B. Aridresen, J, Roth, S. Stephenson, I.. Mcfllorey.
President . . KI.-my ANN Lite
Vice-president . . hl.Xl.A.X Domzu
Secretary . PAT NEXVL,-NND
Publicity -ll5Rl Girinzkrsox
Klarlins is the synchronized swimming club at
the State College of lowa. ln order to promote
synchronized swimming, a junior organization, Klin-
nows, teaehes girls who can swim various skills re-
quired for membership in lllarlins. This year the
faculty sponsor was Kliss lllary Groves. The cluh's
main goal was to raise the skill level of the organiza-
tion through weekly practices and testing sessions.
Klovies were used in an attempt to help acquire the
skills that the club felt necessary. Each year Klar-
lins sponsors a Homecoming display, and this year
the group won second prize with their theme, "Sail
over the Vikingsf' A trip to Ames to View the
performance of lSlf's swimming club was planned
for both Klarlins and lllimiows. Un 1lother's Day
VVeekend, a show for mothers and guests was pre-
f 1 J
Orchcsis is thc cz1111p11s o1'gz111izz1tio11 for those stu-
dents i11t1'1'c'st1'1i i11 1'1'1'z1tix'c 1110110111 1i:111C1'. All
. . ,. . . st1111c-11ts 2ll'C eligible for 111c111hc-1'ship i11 thc grmip.
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hzisis of ZiKlC'l1lIZlL'j' ill DCl'fOl'111iIlQ x'z11'i011s dance tech-
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ments and thc i'Xpl'L'S.SlOll of Tvehiig lll 111ot1o11. lhis
1e:11"s spring promhiutioii showed those zittmidiiig thc-
1'cs11lts of :111 i11t1'1'c-st grmlpis h:11'1i work.
Row I: S. Hickman, J. I-irabak, M. Rogers, J, Giliespie B. Eriier, S. Luechi, S. Tempiefon. J. Guiiiaume, A. Theissen, B. Brammer,
B. Dosiai, L. Schieier, C. Book. Row 2: M. Josyn, i., Huw, K, Tayior. S. Meyer, B. Grandgeorge, B. Overman, W. Foofe, V. Schuiiz,
Nl. Wriqhi D. Baicheider, M. Wi'iiamsom, S. Eh'ers. C. Pearson. Row 3: S. Caweiii, S. Gieascm, J. Seehuse-rw, S, McMurray, J,
Hoiiiday, J. MCCie!iamci, T. Foikers. C. Dickenson, P.W1i5on, L. Brown E.Somks1:v.
Women's Recreation Association
President . -I,xci41E jacossex
Vice-president . . PAT lxlEVYLAND
Secretary . lf.-XREN SCHULTZ
The VVOmen,s Recreation Association offers the
women of the State College of lowa the best use of
all recreational facilities available to them. VVRA
organized the following intramurals-basketball,
volleyball, softball, archery, tennis, hockey, golf,
badminton, trampoline and riiiery. All-College play-
nights were sponsored by this organization. VVRA
planned several outing activities including fall horse-
back riding. A winter campout was also held. In
the spring, WRA offered an opportunity for all
college women to participate in a canoe trip. Several
delegates from WRA were sent to the regional con-
vention held in Lincoln, Nebraska. Dr. Elinor
Crawford 'sponsored the group.
Row I: G. Harris, M. Leslie, J. Schrage, S. Welch, J. Hulef, P. White. Row 2: J. Paisley, M. Grau, J. Jacobson, J. Barfachek,
J. Tomlan, T. McNeal, M. Forfhun.
Row I: K. Schmitz, G, Gruber, M. Leslie, N. Mumrn, J. Ridqway, J. Hartman, V. Koontz, J. Blain, M. O'Bayle, B, Travis, C. Dierkson,
C. Dailcawa, A. Bousselot. Row 2: J. King, E. Wilson, J. Gilberison, S. Albee, L. Gregory, J. Ward, P. Ward, P. White, J. Neumann,
6. Harris, B. Myers, S. Stark, M. Burrows, P, Newland. Row 3: E. Brown, M. White, A. l-larsch, B. Brammer, N, Ellstrom, S. Aronson,
M. Stein, B. Euler, J. Otto, D. Watson, C. Ray, S. Welch. Row 4: J. Trowbridge, M, Forihun, J. Anderson, C. Ziesche, K. Schultz,
E. Kluver, G. Kluver, P. Eder, E. Cope, E. Anderson, M. Anderson, M. Sic, L. Hansen, P. O'Conner, S, Quigley. Row 5: G. Ullrnann,
S. Flanders, D. Dreier, J. Tomlan, M. Hoeper. J, McClelland, J. Domer, T. Follcers, K. Perrigo, K. Kuhl, J. Bartachelc, S. Alquist,
C. Hachmann, W. Smith,
Physial Education Club
President . ill.-XRY LESLIE
Vice-president . . PAT VVHITE
Secretary-treasurer ill.-XRILYN FORTHUN
This year the Physical Education Club planned
programs in an attempt to realize its two purposes:
bringing discussion of topics of general and profes-
sional interest to the clubg and creating greater unity
among the members through social affairs and group
projects. Physical Education Club held a senior
banquet where underclassmen provided entertain-
ment. Guest speakers prominent in physical educa-
tion were invited to speak and to participate in dis-
cussions. Films and panel discussions utilizing stu-
dents were beneficial to the members. Professional
topics were explored in order that the members
might better decide the area in which they would
be most satisfied. Dr. .lean Bontz was the faculty
sponsor. The Christmas party and Fun Night also
helped keep all members busy during the year.
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President . DENNIS GoDrREv
Vice-president . NORMAN -IEXYELL
Secretary . . SUSAN RIOGENSEN
Member at Large . CAROLYN VVHITE
Member at Large . D.-xvm GREEN
The Student Council of Religious Activities pro-
vided the campus with opportunities for thought
and discussion on religious topics. Through SCRA
lectures, films, brotherhood trips, and student-led
chapel services, students became more aware of reli-
gion in their lives and developed it further. In the
all-college elections the campus chose five members
of SCRA: two members representing the women
students and the men students, the president, the
vice-president, and the secretary. These members
and representatives from campus religious groups
presented the wants and needs of the Campus re-
garding religion to the council. Committee chair-
men on religion in life, worship, and publicity aided
the council in presenting a meaningful program of
religion to the campus.
Row I: C. Shore, C. White, L. Lenz, J. Callaway. Row 2: G. Gunderson, S. Horsey, D. Green, S. Mogensen, A. Judge. Row 3: S.
Koch, D. Godfrey, Dr. H. Bernhard, J. Tomlan, B. Lutz.
Evangelical nited Brethren
President CH.-xRi,Es THIQIRAIAN
Yiee-president . AIUHN SHIELD
Sceretary-Treasurer . NANIZTTE 'THIEIRNLXN
lfvangelieal United Brethren is the student or-
ganization of the Cedar Falls ehureh of the same
name. Through fellowship and working together
the group has seen more closely the true meaning of
Christianity. ln the fall they had a hayride and met
for Sunday evening services at Riverview Park.
During the Christmas season they painted a Christ-
mas seene on the window in the downtown Cedar
Falls business clistriet and went earoling. Bowling
and tobogganing were additional activities. Sponsor
for the group was Dave -Iepsen.
Row I: L. Coulson, D. Miller, C. Tatum. Row 2: C. Flack, J. Hill, D. Riherd, C. Buckingham. Row 3: C. Thierman, L. Glass,
R. Richter, G. Shoemaker, S. Dells.
Row I: J. Roth, J. Smith, M. O'Toole, M. Tureki, C. Happe, S. Griffith, S. Robey, G. Lally, K. l-lanisch, J. Aleseh, K. Kuethe, J.
Crogveelc, M. Otis. Row 2: D. Dugan, B. Leto, B. Byndas, M. Hartman, E. Anderson, S. Coughlin, C. Brundaqe, C. Pierson, L. Zieser,
J. Sullivan, C. Rouleau. Row 3: E. Logan, J. Connelly, S. Miller, L. Harrington, T. Milleman, C. Berst, A. Prana, J. Conrad, P.
O'Connor, M. Griffin, M. l-lenrich, M. Martin, J. Ridenour, J. Doering. Row 4: V. Bechmann, J. Herm, C. Hastert, J. Runchey,
K, Larson, K. Ernst, K. Kuhl, D. Sand, L. Kelly, E. Kinnaman, S. Flanders, J. Walter.
President . . BIICHAEL HENIDRICKS
Vice-president . . . LARRY BUCK
Secretary . . JUDY RoTH
Treasurer . ll'lAUREEN ALLISON
The Newman Club is the Catholic Student Or-
ganization on secular campuses. It provides educa-
tional opportunities for people interested in finding
out more about the Catholic faith. It also provides
social gatherings for the Catholic student, enabling
him to meet and make friends with other Catholics.
Activities include retreats at the American lllartyrs
House in Cedar Falls, national and state conven-
tions, and lectures at the Newman Club meetings.
Sponsor and Resident Chaplain for the group is
Row I: E. Johnson, S. Deimerly, M. Bowman, J. l-latch, K. Molson, C. Matern, J. Logan, A, Theissen, L. Lenz, F. Holub, P. Kessler,
B. Heishman, B. Dostal, B. Mann, M. Schirclr, C. Shea. Row 2: J. Bindner, P. Smith, J. Bald, A. Judge, L. Schaefer, B. Formanelc,
J. Sheeley, A. Spaen, M. Allison, M. Blair, N. Powers, K, Powers, V. Hansen, S. While. Row 3: J. Rosonke, P. Brewer, M. Finnessy,
P. Bradley, J. Roth, A. Rayhons, D. l-larmeyer, V. Staebler, M. Furlong, J. Graicl, S. Cawelli, J, Thomason, C. Rausch, D. Swestlra.
Row 4: P. Kolpelc, J. Pray, F. Murphy, Cr. Sutter, R. Bina, R. Drobney, T. Peters, T. Lupardus, J. Owens, K. Ashland, B. Smith, J.
Szemlcus, R. Olson, M. DiBlasio.
Row I: G. Fox, E. MeGinty, B. Hironaka, D. Long, S. Meyer, C. Shore, J. Nielsen. Row 2: P. Wilson, J. Miize, Rev, W. Bagby, l
R. Adams, R. Cassady, S. Christian, K. Rowley, J. Daley.
President . . RALPH Cnssanx'
Vice-president . . . PA'1'SY VVILSON
Secretary-Treasurer . SLQE CHRISTIAN
Canterbury Association, an oiiicial college faculty-
stutlent organization of the Episcopal Church, at-
teinpts to create an understanding of the spiritual
realm. It is hoped that through Bible studies, fac-
ulty-student discussions, lectures, and Various other
means, such spiritual knowledge can be obtained.
The highlight for the group this year was the sec-
ond annual retreat to the -l-H camp in lladrid,
Iowa, spoirsorecl hy the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa.
Father VVilliam Bagby of St. Luke's Parish of
Cedar Falls is the advisor to the club and chaplain
to lfpiscopal students.
Christian Student Center
President . . NIARLYS VVHiTE
Vice-president . STEVE RAVER
Secretary . . SUE COLEMAN
Treasurer . . DENNIS HUGHES
The Christian Student Center enables the young
people from Christian Church homes to meet to-
gether for fellowship, worship, and recreation.
Regular Sunday morning services are attended at
the Cedar Falls Church. The Center helped the
church in the financing of the new building, which
was completed in the fall. Activities included re-
treats, parties, dinners, banquets, meetings with
other student groups, and deputation work in vari-
ous churches. Discussions, speakers, and movies
supplemented the Sunday evening programs which
followed the evening meal and worship service.
Reverend Lewis Crase and the Center Director,
lXIrs. Cindy Kuyper, helped the students in all the
Row I: G. Hayes, M. Hurst, M. Whitver, B. Hyatt, S. Coleman, M. Sumrny, Mrs. C. Kuyper, R. Ealcle, J. Neal. Row 2: C. Landon,
J. Callaway, W. Miller, M. Ducommun, J. Lund, S. Watkins, M. Davis, A. Prior, C. Madden, R. Hood. Row 3: K. Bacus, G.Co1?in,
L. Milcesell, M. Beeman, M. White, L. Helwiq, G. Hottman, L. Baker, C. Reed, E. Kinsinqer, T. Swaim, S. Stephenson. Row 4: D.
Hughes, S. Raver, T. Kading, L, Wolt, J. Gilpin, C. Winter, S. Sabetka, J. Gatewood, J. Russell, J. Schrader, R. Van Deventer,
Row I: D. Mitchell, J. Johnson, J. Mullins, J. Rurringfon, J. Jennings, E. Brindle, J. Speas, K. Johnson, B. Bowley, A. Briclen, Mrs. VJ.
Fishbaugh. Row 2: D. Stone, I. Perela, C. Macomher, K. Jones, K. Johnson, J. Callaway, S. McNeese, J, Sfansberg, A. Wood,
J. Ware, N. Bauer, K. Kramer. Row 3: 6. Schultz, M. Silvey, M. Silvey, S. Reif, Rev. W. Fishbauqh, W. Sylvester, J. Tomlan,
B. Ashby, D, Bishop, D. Umsfed, S. Kluifer, M. Olson.
American Baptist Center
The American Baptist Campus Center aspires to
be an extension of the Church of Jesus Christ, re-
demptively present in and intimately involved with
the life of the campus. Here is provided a focus for
Christian worship, witness, fellowship and intellec-
tual adventure .set in the context of our growing
Theta Epsilon is the women's -service organiza-
tion afliliated with the American Baptist Student
Center. Service projects this year have included
various hospitals and homes for the aged, escorting
a group of children to the SCI Childrenls Theater
understanding of the gospel and the constant aware-
ness of our responsibility to the world of which we
are a part.
ln September of l962 a new facility should be
ready for occupancy affording an enlarged area of
service and ministry for our Center.
production and comnninicating with an orphan in
one of the Baptist orphanages.
Through study and discussion Theta Epsilon
provides its members with a program fitted to their
age and interest group.
Row I: E. Brindle, J. Callaway, J. Johnson, J. Jennings, K, Johnson, Mrs. W. Fishbaugh. Row 2: M. Gustafson, D. Mitchell,
K, Kramer, A. Wood, J. Sfansberg, J. Spees, B. Bowley. Row 3: J. Tomlan, D. Stone, l, Perala, S. Kluifer, C, Maeomloer, P. Lind-
sfrorn, K. Jones, K. Johnson.
Row I: M. Richards, M. Mitcheii, H, Bezorii, C. Hashimoto, S. Harder, Mrs. C. E. Parry, D. Watkins, P. Egger, P. Hahn, L. Haden-
teidt, N. Sherwood, J. Stebor. Row 2: G. Broclco, J. Smith, J. Bath, B. Purvis, B. Madiil, M, Cooke, I-i. Wood, L. Mangold,
L. Sewteil, P. Paris, G. Lundvaii, R. Biunclc. Row 3: H. Wehde, B. Minnie, G, Freese, L. Witte, E. Douglas, C, Hughes, D. Varnurn,
4 S S 5 'Q Ti ic R t n
S. Drury, M. Benning. N. Mciirath, D. Haiienbeck. Row :
J. Ebert, R. Kuhlrnari. J. Lane, R. Larson, C. Resewehr.
. irnon, i. uasiew' z, R. Worm. . Lund, R. Hoeischer, B, He n,
United Student Fellowship
lfnitetl Stuclent Fellowship is for college students
ot Congregational Christian and lfvangelical Re-
formed churches. LTSF is affiliated with the lowa-
Nehraska l'niteol Campus Christian lfellowship.
llvith their sponsor, Klrs. Clitloril Parry, LSI" con-
Sigma Eta Chi
Sigma lfta Chi is the 'service sorority of the Con-
gregational Christian and Evangelical Retorineii
Churches which strives to coordinate Christian ex-
periences with the intellectual and social growth ot
its nienihers. Activities :luring the year included
Row I: J. Stebor, G. Broclca, L. Sawteii, R. Biunk, N. Sher
M, Benning, L. Mangold, L. W'tte.
ducted regional and state retreats and rallies, group
discussion, student led programs, joint meetings with
the Christian Student Centei', outside speakers.
parties anti scheduled play nights.
ushering at Chapel, a service project tor the lilaek
Hawk County Home, an Alumni Tea, Christmas
Dinner. and a lllothers' Day Breakfast. Klrs. Clif-
ford Parry is the sponsor.
wood. Row 2: S. Drury, Mrs. C. E. Parry, S. Wettieraii, N. Mcilraih.
Row I: L. Olesen, K. Gotter, P. Warriclc, J. Hinrichsen, D. Ross, C. Miller, N. Schultz, E. Plate, D. Mitchell, C. Aldrich, A. Davis,
J. Larson, J. Matsui. Row 2: D. Barnes, B. Williams, lvl. Bohl, D. Mallocks, D. Piali, S. Kluiter, K. Schaefer, D. Johnson, E. Kinney,
L. Bergman, A. Wood, C. Tietz, L. Weber, P. Keith. Row 3: l. Perala, G, Peterson, M. Silvey, C. Striltmalier, M. Silvey, S. Nelson,
B. Moore, D. Ryan, G. Jones, P. Petty, R, Lundt, K. Saylor, R. l-laclcmann.
President . CHUCK STRITTBIATTER
Vice-president . IQEN SCHAEFER
Secretary . . PAT PETTY
Treasurer . BILL DVTUORE
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a member
of an international student movement among Christ-
ians, the Inter-National Fellowship of Evangelical
Students. There are groups similar to IVCF in
over twenty countries aihliated with the IFES.
Inter-Varsity was begun in 1877 in England and
was later brought to Canada and the United States.
At the present time there are chapters in over 400
colleges in the United States. IVCF is an inter-
denominational student organization on campus
which seeks to investigate the claims of Jesus Christ
and to consider His challenge to today's college and
university students. Any student or facility mem-
ber, regardless of race or religion, is invited to at-
tend. Activities for the year included Tuesday eve-
ning meetings, weekly dorm discussions, daily prayer
meetings and fall and spring statewide retreats. Dr.
Nliddleton and lVIr. Eshelman .served as sponsors.
Christian Science Organization
President . CAROLYN CYREGG
Vice-president . . . . R.-XY LUTZ
Secretary-Treasurer . SHARON RUTHSTROM
The Christian Science Qrganization at the State
College of Iowa is organized and maintained under
Article 23, Section 8 of the Nlanual of The Nlother
Church, the First Church of Christ Scientist in
Boston, Nlassachusetts. The organization provides
an opportunity to learn the truth of Christian
Science, to welcome new students interested in
Christian Science, to unite Christian Scientists at
the college in closer fellowship, and to consecrate
anew the members. Each year the organization
sponsors a lecture on Christian Science given by a
member of the Board of Lectureship of The lllother
Church. The organization also handles subscriptions
to the Christian Science Blonitor, an international
daily newspaper. The advisor was lXIrs. hliriam
Row I: D. Smull, C. Gregg, S. Ruihsirom. Row 2: B. Lutz, L. Johnson, R. Tracy,
This year Gamma Delta did very well in the
Homecoming festivities by winning first place with
their float. Gamma Delta is the student organiza-
O F F I C E R S tion of the College Hill Lutheran Church under the
counselorship of Pastor Edgar A. Brammer. The
President . . lOYCE ALBERS I
5 program tor the school year was planned by and
ViCC'PrC5ldCUr - - TOM LAASCH for the students. Its aim was to strengthen the stu-
Secretary l NIYRNA SPURLING dents' faith through worship, service, Bible study,
and recreation. Some of Gamma Delta's projects
Treasurer - - STEVE H0551-ANN and activities included religious discussion programs,
banquets, choir, Vvednesday morning meetings and
a cost supper every Sunday evening with vespers at
Row I: D. Chatstrom, M. Mews, S. Willesen, D. Edwards, D. Gummert, I. Brinlnert, R. Joy, L. Wahnsen, M. Prater, L. Moeller,
J. Albers, K. Streclc, P. Liberslcy, N. Otto. Row 2: A. Bousselot, V. Hogue, J. Foqlesong, N. Winter, K. Funlce, M. Witte, J. Kuhl,
L. Sernett, B. Hoyer, M. Wiese, M. l-lerrig, E. Hartlcemeyer, D. Drier, S. l-larbaclc. Row 3: C. Benson, D. l-lintze, D. Beck, B, Lane,
J. Lienemann, J. Marslce, R. Fislc, J. Volct, A. Harms, M. Spurling, R. Voss, J. Spurling, J. Dubberlce, C. Rochleau, C. Ulig, S. Jepsen.
Row 4: A. Schmidt, G. Grimm, R. Tharp, J. Angell, T. Albertson, L. Carlson, J. Willcens, L. Park, G. Svetly, T. Laasch, A. Kitzman,
K. Perrigo, B. l-lottmeier, P. Schmidt, D. Kloostra.
Row I: B. Euler, J. Anderson, M. Anderson, S. Schroeder, C. Klinclt, L. Rasmussen, S. Petersen, N, Ellstrom, S. Rosenau, S. Glans,
J. Larson, J. Miller, S. Shoop. Row 2: D. Freese, S. Stewart, J. Evans, K. Loclcrem, Y. Swanson, S. Barrels, V. Freeman, C. Tostenson,
Mrs. J. Thompson, L. Walther, M. McElroy, D. Ruroden, B. Kent, V. Suhr. Row 3: B. Hall, M. Schuldt, D. Overland. S. Stark, G.
Gunderson, L. Lidflca, J. Rinard, J. Behrens, S. Corlett, L. Olson, M. Gross, M. Kallenbach, G. Jacobson, J. Lindemann, M. Menlren.
Row 4: Pastor G. Rigger, M. Holmlund, D. Armiqer, R. Thompson, D. Green, R. Anderegg, C. Johnson, K. Sodersfrom, J. Burcharclt,
G. Ullman, J. Tiaden. D. Martoclcs, E. Boos, M. Walberg, C. Lang.
Lutheran Student Association
The aim of the Lutheran Student Association is
Q F F I Q E R S to provide an opportunity for its members to grow
spiritually, intellectually and socially. LSA proposes
President - - RAMONNA ANDEREGG to be a Christian example to the entire academic
Vice-president U LORETTA CLAUSEN community. To fulfill this purpose, a varied pro-
gram was offered: weekly vespers, study groups,
Secretary SHIRLEY SCHROEDER contact committees, Sunday night suppers and pro-
Treasurer . JERRY RISDAHL grams. LSA sponsored other activities during the
year such as coffee hours, parties, a local retreat and
an annual fall banquet.
Row I: A. Meeks, A. Burkhead, P. Wiliis, R. Seamans, P. Milier, C. Bariow, S. Eden, M. Matthews, L. Greenzweig, K. Morse, S.
Johnson, R. Gideon. Row 2: P. Wiiliams, D, Grove, A. Stimson, R. Baiiie, S. Moqensen, M. Hunter, B, Aliee, E. Peterson, M.
Richardson, A. Meeks, J. Lalirombois. Row 3: R. Lane, R. Schae-hier, D. Carpenter, L. Gordon, L. Brockrneyer, B, Andresen, P. Zinn,
N. Borion, G. Schaeiier, M. Gusiin, L. Hager.
To acquaint the students with their role in the
campus community, VVesley sponsored tall and
spring retreats, parties, discussions and services for
its members. Each Sunday evening, the members
Kappa Phi Club
Kappa Phi is the llethodist womenys service
group at SCI. Striving to attain their aim, "Every
Nlethodist woman in the University today is a
leader in the church tomorrougi' the group chose to
ate together and held a program afterwards for the
purpose of discussion and fellowship. Rev. R. Spaine
is director of the center and Bliss Judith La From-
bois serves as assistant.
help the lVaterloo chapter of lllultiple Sclerosis
as their year's project. Kappa Phi also donated to
the national chapter to help with the work of the
Row I: A. Meeks, A. Burkhead, R. Searnans, S. Eden, S. Hursey, B. Benson, K. Morse, M. Hari, P. Hahn. Row 2: P. Zinn, M.
Gusiin, B. LaCoste, K. Biezek, B. Ailee, P. Willis, L. Greenzweig, A. Meeks, J. Laiirornloois.
Row l: D, Jermeti, l-l. Stewart, J. Walton, B. Baker, J. Vermilyea, C. Book. Row 2: L. Bartholomew, R. Bonsloq, V, Williams,
N. Mitchell, R. May, S. l-loward. Row 3: J. Ndumgu. D. Backstrom, C, Rembolcl, J. Zarub, B. Clapton. Row 4: Rev. R. Nelson,
D. Walvoord, S. Koch, S. Darin, R. Quaclceribush.
Presbyterian Student Center
Klonthly trips to the day school at the lleskwaki
Indian Reservation at Tama to instruct the boys
and girls there in a unique project of the Pres-
byterian Student Center. Study groups were
popular at the Center. Some of the subjects in'
Phi Chi Delta
Phi Chi Delta, the Presbyterian womenls service
sorority, is a study and service organization that at-
tempted to provide its members with opportunities
to gain leadership and to share in fun and fellow-
ship with other young women. Kleeting in con-
junction with the Presbyterian Student Center,
Row I: C. Book, R. Schultz, B. Wiekwire, S. Bradley M. Hughes. Row
cluded contemporary literature and questions on
this age of nuclear weapons. Coffee hours, Sunday
evening programs and visiting art shows completed
the year at the Center. Rev. Dick Nelson was the
sponsor for the group.
their service projects included Christmas chocolate
hours, redecoration projects at the center and ush-
ering at the Interdenominational Chapel. Guided
by Kits. Dick Nelson the students worked together,
studied together and enjoyed the benefits of their
Christian lite together.
2: P. Peterson, lvl. Juqeriheimer, Mrs. R. Nelson, R. Mclmtire,
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Row I: Dean M. Holmes, S. Howard, F. Callahan, S. Greenlee, C. Lau, S. Rock, B, Vogt. Row 2: B. Elsbury, S. Houlihan, J. Marhison,
B. Davis, S. Carlson, C, Anderson, D. Scott.
0 F Fl C ICR S
President . B.xRD.xR.x Yoor
Vice-president . . . . Cozmre l,AL'
Secretary-Treasurer CoNNn3 AI. lANDERSON
VVhols VVho liditor . SANDY How.-mn
Assistant lfditor . BARR.-xR,x Davis
lntersorority Council consists of elected repre-
sentatives from each of the sororities on campus,
plus three executive officers and the editor and as-
sistant editor of PVlzo'5 lVho, a booklet published in
the spring to acquaint women students with sorori-
ties. The councills function is to join together all
sororities on campus and to encourage high sorority
standards and increased cooperation among the
groups. A few of the new l'standards" this year are
the sorority counselor project, boycott of Bartlett
during rush fall activation, the raising of grade
point to 2.2 for girls to join.
ln addition to working with campus organiza-
tions, the council also sponsors inany activities for
its members such as coke-dates, teas and social ser-
vice projects. This year lntersorority and lntertra-
ternity Councils adopted an orphan for one year
through the Foster Parents Plan. These two or-
ganizations also co-sponsor Greek VVeek. Inter-
sorority advisers are Dean Mavis Holmes and illiss
President . . DAVE APPLEIZY'
Vice-president . . ROIZERT STEVENS
Secretary-Treasurer . . BILL REAMS
Interfraternity Council, consisting of three elect-
ed representatives from each fraternity, governs
matters affecting the fraternity system of SCI and
studies the various campus fraternity problems,
working for the best development of the Greek
system. This year IFC and ISC .sponsored a child
through the Foster Parents Adoption Plan and
participated in Thanksgiving and Christmas proj-
ects and in Greek Vveek. Faculty Advisors are
Dean Bender and Il'Ir. Sandy IlIacLean.
Row I: L. Mickey, F. Dow, T. Scheuermann, J. Telriclc, R. Button. Row 2: W. Reams, J, Egbert, G. Creswell, R. Olhausen, T. Dooley.
Row 3: B. Andrews, R. Stevens, J. Marr, L. Maclean, D. Appleby.
S. Akin, D. Azelline, J. Brocka, C. Brunolage, C.
Craven, B. Davis, J. Grillon, C. l-laller, K. Hampel,
B. l-lololen, M. Jackson, J. Jorgenson, K. Kaiser, J
lvlallies, J. Monroe, J. Munn, D. Noland, S. Plwillips,
D. Ransom, G. Rojduncla, J. Scliager, D. Sc:l'iaH, A
Snycler, l.. Slarli, J. Sleplwenson, C. Swanson, lvl
Teisinger, R. Wiley, S. Winslow.
Delta Delta Phi
l'otato ehips and dip, hair eurlers and other nu-
merous articles can be found in the Lawther Loft
at the Delta Delta Phi sorority slumber parties.
Homecoming also found the Delts active as they
worked on their float with their brothers of Alpha
Chi lipsilon. Their tea was held at the home of
Mfrs. Nordly. VVith fall over, the Delts engaged in
a Snowball Party. Other winter activities included
Christmas earoling and a December Dinner. Rush
season found the Delts busily planning and pre-
senting their parties tor prospective rushees. After
all this was achieved, enjoyable work awaited them
as their pledges began an orientation period.
The Dehones enhanced the Gheek VVeek Vaneues
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Kappa Theta PS1
Hl'anthers, Itls Time to Strikef' was the theme
of the Kappa Theta Psi Sorority Homecoming float.
They combined their talents with Nu Sigma Phi
Sorority to capture third place. Also on Home-
coming Day the Kappas held a tea for their alum-
nae. Another weekend found the Kappas honoring
their dads with a Dad's Day Dinner. Parties and
picnics with the fraternities on campus are furthei
accentuated by special events such as the Spring
Dinner-Dance. In the spring the Kappas enthusi-
astically worked on their social service projects. An
unusual activity held at Christmas time is Secret
Sister VVeek. At this time the girls draw names
and secretly give each other inexpensive gifts. The
climax of this event occurs by the Christmas tree
where these humorous items are 'substituted with
Not a send-off, but a greeting from Kappa Thela Psi to rushees.
M E M BE RS
B. Baker, l.. Beaflrie, G. Broclca, J. Buckingham, J
Callison, S. Clwrislian, K. Clausen, S. Clausen, C.
Cleveland, J. Cummings, T. Pollcers, S. Greenlee,
J. l-lalsled, J. l-larlman, S. l-loolc, D. Huebner, C.
Kelly, P. Kimara, L. Moeller, S. Osgood, D. Powell
P. Powell, K. Randles, B. Riclwler, R. Riebe, P. Row
land, R. Sclwmeisser, K. Slwold, J. -lerrill, J. Vermil
yea, C. Wlebbecke,
M. Anderson, M. Bragg, L. Clausen, B. Doslal, J, J. Lind, N. Miles, V. Nosl, K. Parnpel, B. Pelerson
Duprez, N. Ericlcson, D. Gibson, M. Gibson, V. S. Rock, L. Scliieler, J. Sclwliclier, J. S+. Clair, S
Gunderson, J. l-lansen, l. Hevviclcer, M, l-lolil, M. Slriclfer, E. Talcaba, M. Vollrner, K. Wangsness, M
lngvoldslad, J. Jacobsen, J. Jolwnslon, L. Jones. Wbi+e,A.Yeager.
u Sigma Phi
N11 Sigma lllii devoted 111ost of its tilne during
tl1e past year to tl1e reorganization of the group. Ill
February of l96l, UYCIIU'-l'l'11'L'C girls were acti-
vated en 111asse and began work with foriner 1111-111-
bers to create a completely new organization with
the aid of Dean Klayis Holmes and Kliss BZlI'b2ll'2i
lzflsbury. New oflicers were elected, the constitu-
tio11 revised, goals formulated and work bfgaxt.
Some of the yea1"s activities included Secret Sister
VVL-ek and a Klotherls Day lllI1CllCOl1. lnforinal
l'LlSl1 in the fall featured N11 Sig Deb Days, a re-
placement for Hell VVeek. Nu Sigma Phi also re-
ceived tl1e scl1olarsl1ip ayyard for the spring 1961
semester. The sponsors were Bliss Blary Klortell,
Dr. and Klrs. Klanford Sonstegard and llrs. How-
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Phi Sigma Phi
i'VVe build for character and not for famef' This
is the goal of Phi Sigma Phi sorority. Individuals
in the group were honored for holding high this
sorority goal at the Phi Sigma Phi Dinner-Dance
in the spring. The Phi Sigs do many things with
their brothers, Phi Sigma lfpsilon. To start the
year they had a date party at the VVaterloo Boat
Club. At Christmas time they again got together
at a party where they sponsored a "lNIitten Treen
for needy children. The fathers of members were
honored at the Dad's Day Banquet. Dr. Basil Re-
pass, lVIiss Nlargaret Sjolander, Dr. and hlrs.
Caryl Nliddleton and Dr. and hlrs. George Ball
Phi Sigs entertained rushess at a "card" party.
M E M B E R S
B. DeBower, J. Donner, K. Ernsl, R. Furland, J. Ger
sema, S. Glans, K. Qoeclce, L. Gordon, B. l-lawf
balcer, C. Hayashi, l. l-lemm, M. l-lunloon, S
Kellogg, A. Knudson, K. Lee, M. Lee, M. Jugen
heinner, L, Mangold, M. Mchlull, J. Mullins,
M. Neibauer, J. O'Toole, J. Rogers, J. Ryon, D
Sandvig, G. Samson, K. Schroeder, J. Spain, K
Spain, S, Spealar, E Slllwell, M. Suehisa, R. Trager
C. Van Devenler, B, Vanderzyl, K. Voorhees, P
Walson, P. Vv'llson.
D. Anions, J. Arends, L. Bersee, J. Brown, B. Danne,
S. Dumier, S. Ellingson, J. Evans, K. Gnagy, J. i-iaich,
C. Heafon, S. Hickman, L. Huseman, M. Jennings,
S. Koch, C. Kropp, C. Lau, J. Ma+hison, J. Ma+sui,
M. Mcffleliand. L. Meqgers, F. Meisner, S. Moore,
J. Naqai, M. Paullc, S. Paulsen, J. Paynjrer, M
Pe+ers, P. Pink, K. Saiiizann, S. Sauer, J. Saylor, S
Schomer, M. Simmons, V. Smifn, A. Underberg, C
Whife, L. Wfiffe, M. Young.
Pi Tau Phi
Early this year Pi Tau Phi Social Sorority cele-
brated its thirty-fifth anniversary as an organiza-
tion on the SCI campus. illany aluninae returned
for this special dinner. The Pi Taus started early
this year-before school started, in fact, when they
had a weekend party at Clear Lake. The PiTaus
have a unique service project in which they eagerly
and actively participate. This is their work with
the handicapped children at the Cedar Falls Recre-
ation Center. Socially, the girls have many parties
throughout the year with the fraternities on campus
and also with other sororities. Seniors in the soror-
ity are honored at the Grad's Dinner held annually
in the spring. This and their dinner-dance end the
social season for the Pi Taus. Sponsors for the
group are Bliss illary Eakin, Hlrs. Perry Grier,
Nlrs. Glen Heckroth and Nlrs. Zatha VVeenis.
The Pl Taus enjoyed a service project at the Cedar Falls Recreation Center.
NIARY IQLEANOR PAULK
1"A1TH TXIEISN ER
O F F I C E R S
Pi Theta Pi
Fall activities for the Pi Theta Pi sorority began
with a party with their brother fraternity, Sigma
Tau Gamma. This was followed by coke dates and
parties with other sororities. At Homecoming, ac-
tivities included a Hoat and the traditional Home-
coming Sip. The Pi Thetys, along with other
Greeks, helped with the adoption project, a worth-
while endeavor for needy children. Some of the
special events planned were Secret Sister VVeelc,
lXTother's Day Brunch and the publishing of the
11!LllIl71ll6 Neivslefter. In the spring the annual
dinner-dance and the Graduates Dinner were held.
The sponsors are Dr. and llrs. Richard Crumley,
Dr. and lNlrs. llerritt llelberg, lNIr. and Klrs.
Robert Goss and Kliss Jo Yeager.
Everywhere you go you run into rests and sororities are no exception
C. J. Anderson, C. M. Anderson, l-l. Anderson, L. sen, A. l'lawn, J. l-louslon, K. Joens, D. Kennedy
Arends, M. Arllwr, C. Ballworn, R. Bandnolz, J. J. Klinlcer, N. Loelwr, M. Mundl, F. Nelson, C. Rein-
Belirens, K. Bolin, M. Brady, M. A. Brady, V. eclce, M. Rowedder, J. Scnuldl, J. Sillca, I. Weai'da
Brownlee, K. Burlinglon, li. Callalian, J. Cross, C. V. Williams, C. Wolf.
Davis, P. Freese, S, Galewood, B. l-lanson, M. l-lan-
M. Balcer, K. Boelfe, B. Bosch, C. Carlson, S. Carl
son, P. Cowan, M. Cunningham, J. Dougherly, M
Dunn, l.. DuPey, C. Golz, K. Gordon, C. l-lollis, M
l-lollis, V. Jacob, J. Jarnes, P. Liberslcy, J. Leggell,
J. Morningslar, J. Noble, P. Reed, L. Rucker, J
Schubert B. Schmicher, M. Shoernan, M. Schrocll
P. Shannon, D. Srnilh, J. Slone, G. Sullivan, P
Thompson, R. Toner, B. Van Zandt B. Voql, J
Willce, R. Winner.
Tau Sigma Delta
Building the Homecoming Float with their
brother fraternity, Tau Kappa lfpsilon, and giving
a Homecoming tea tor the alumnae were superb
ways of getting the year off to an active start tor
Tau Sigma Delta. The Dad's Day Coffee Hour
honoring members' fathers, coke dates, exchanges
with other fraternities and a Christmas party were
enjoyable events of the tall semester. The Nlotherys
Day Luncheon and the 'tilloonlight lllistl' dinner-
dance were the main highlights ot the spring. A
Graduation Dinner was held in honor of the gradu-
ating seniors and a tea was given tor the sponsors.
The Tau Sigs won the Scholarship Plaque for fall,
1961, and spent long hours preparing their spring
The Greek communication system teaves something to be desired.
O F F I C E R S
Theta Gamma Nu
'lThe cake that Stan baked!" This was the item
that Theta Gamma Nu sorority offered as an auc-
tion item in the All-College Benefit Auction.
Homecoming found the Theta Gamma Nu sorority
winning second place in the Hoat division. For the
alumnae a Brunch was planned. This year they
held their first Dadls Day Dinner honoring their
fathers. The Theta Gains also participated in Se-
cret Sister VVeek and at Christmas time enjoyed a
party with their sponsors. The Yuletide festive
spirit was there as they worked during the holidays
in the children's ward at Sartori Hospital. The
Klotherls Day VVeekend was a significant event be-
cause the mothers were not only honored but the
Outstanding Theta Gamma Nu and the winner of
the annual scholarship traveling pin were recog-
nized. The year was climaxed with a Sweetheart-
Even at a party somebody has to climb up on a soap box.
S. Barlels, A. Berlin, D. Bleich, l.. Breclcin, C. Breed- Howard, J. l-luler, C. l-lumphry, A. Kirlc, K. Klenz
ing, P. Buhr, S. Dells, P. Dolphin, J. Dubberlfe, J. man, M. Leslie, L. Lidllca, J. Morgan, N. Newhouse
Fee, A. Ford, M. Forlhun, P. Frued, J. Gilberlson, P. Newland, B. Rodgers, N. Saclcville, K. Schmilz
L. Greenfield, K. l-lanne, G. l-larris, S. l-loulihan, S. M. Thompson, R. Toal, S. Welch, P, While.
R. Alcerrnan, D. Anderson, D. Appleby, E. Bahling
R. Bina, J. Chance, R. Carey, E. Cleveland, T
Crane, G. Creswell, J. Crowder, P. Dice, N. Don
ald, G. Floyd, D. Godfrey, B. Golbulll, lvl. Grirlllh
S. l-lalslead, G. l-lamilron, V. Hansen, S. Holbrook,
B. l-loy, lvl. l-lusernan, I.. lngreharn, R. Knoll, T
Laasch, S. Logsdon, J. LeFebvre, J. Malsui, J
McBride, A. McCoy, R. lV1cCully, l.. lvlilqesell, lvl
Viclor, D. Murphy, P. Oliphanl, R. Olsen, J. Pellil
G. Plager, Z. Plorins, J. Prichard, S. Rell, C. Repp
D. Rose, G. Rowe, J. Runchey, J. Schlicher, S
Simons, D. Spear, T. Spear, J. Telriclc, R. Thomas
D. Urnsled, R. Worm, J. Will,
Alpha Chi Epsilon
"You're the sweetheart of Alpha Chi!" was
heard many times this year as the girls of many
Chi's were honored. The traditional pinning eere-
mony is a highlight for the Chi's and is held at the
Campanile or the girlls dorm. Alpha Chi lfpsilon
boasts other traditions, the most recent being Pledge
Pebble. This is a huge rock out in the country
with the fraternity crest painted on it, courtesy of
the fall 1960 pledge class. Pledge Pebble is a se-
quel to the old monument, Chi Rock, founded by
Chi alums back in 1920. Chi Rock is in the heart
of the new housing district oil College Street and
has so far successfully avoided the cities' aim of re-
moving it. A girl can become a Chi coed at either
rock. Perhaps a hit more humorous tradition is the
Bumblebee Bomb which can be heard driving
around campus during tall and spring. lt is not
easy to finance such an oddity as the license plate
alone costs two dollars, Sponsors are Dr. Howard
glories, Dr. lfdward rllhorne, Dr. lfmmett Cable.
and Klr. Klilo Lawton. Their sisters are Delta
Delta Phi Sorority.
lalfe ten pledges. Add one Bumblebee Bomb, a Pledge Pebble
and mix slightly, Yield, one prank, well done.
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Phi Sigma Epsilon
The Homecoming Dinner and Dance with the
alumni highlighted the fall semester for Phi Sigma
Epsilon National Fraternity. Qther important
events during the Hrst semester were parties with
their sisters, Phi Sigma Phi Sorority and other
sororities. The Phi Sigs engage actively in the
Greek intranniral sports program. The lVhite
Rose Formal is the social event of the spring where
the VVhite Rose Queen is Chosen. VVith the return
of spring the Phi Sigs can be found pienieking with
the sororities. The sponsors for the group are Dr.
VVilliam Dee and Dr. Charles Allegre.
Phi Sig John Moore, an emcee at the OLD GOLD Preliminary
Beauty Pageant, contempiaies . . .
N. Almquisl, R. Andrews. l"l. Becker, D. Boyd, R. Moore, D. Page, D. Rausenberqer, R. Rubelc, M
Clirisly, W. Cormaney, D. Cox, R. Crane, J. Eg- Scliaunnberg, G. Sclnullz, B. Sclmwarlz, D. Searle, K
bert D. Eiclielberger, E. Farley, J. Fischer, D. Poole. Seilerlr, C. Shaw, J. Slielman, R. Slwellco, B, Srevens
J. l-lemminger, S. l-loemann, G. l-luglwes, R. Julnl, J. Taylor, R. Townsend, E. Xlfare, L. Wesl, D
K. Kroemer, E. Larson, M. Long, R. Marlin, J. Wilson.
MclNleflus, l.. Miclcey, E. Miller, P. Milclwell, J.
J. Anderson, N. Arendt W. Bishop, R. Burron, J
Caraway, R. Carney, R. CUH, T. Dooley, K. Erzen
M. Gibbs, J. Hall, R. Hood, G. Johnson, R. Jushce,
P, Kelfams, D. Klenwme, R. Maass, T. Millernon, J
Murray, C. Ololsen, R. Olhausen, R. Plafr, D. Ram
sey, B. Rearns, P. Reeol, G. Risdahl, J. Shannon
Slgma Tau Gamma
Sigma Tau Gamma social fraternity enjoyed a
spirited Homecoming by having the annual Home-
coming Dinner-Dance with the alumni, They
sponsored a Halloween Party with their sisters, the
Pi Thets. ln addition they also had parties with
other sororities. Yule season was celebrated with
Christmas dinner and dance attended by their sis-
ters. In intramurals the Sig Taus began the year
with a second place in football. The biggest social
highlight of the year was the VVhite Rose Formal
held in the spring. Sponsoring this program are Dr.
Harold Bernhard and Dr. james Blanford.
Will SCI ever have fraternity houses again? The Sig Taus are
TOM KLEM UK
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Fall Rush, followed closely by Homecoming ac-
tivities, were social events that started the year for
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. These activities in-
cluded their Homecoming float, co-sponsored with
Tau Sigma Delta, and their Alumni Homecoming
Banquet. In December, the fraternity went Christ-
mas caroling with the Tau Sigma Delta sorority.
They also held a Christmas party for the students
of Rainbow Drive School for Exceptional Children
at VVaterloo. The next event of the year was a
French Underground Party. The fraternity placed
first in intramural football and swimming. Spring
activities began with Spring Rush, followed by a
hlotheifs Day Banquet and a Suppressed Desire
Party. Coke dates throughout the year kept the
activities going, with the highlight or spring being
the Red Carnation Ball.
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I.. Bock, D. Buclnanan, E. Buller, J. Copley, J. Curry
J. Davis, W, Dodd, B. Dow, S. Fulce, J. Gay, B
Geise, W. Granneman, J, Grimes, D. Hallenback
D. l-lennpliill, l-l. l-luqq, S. l-luslon, P. Jenlcinson, J
Kelly, B. Kinne. T. Klemulc, D. Knock, D. Lincler, I.
lV1arl4ley, J. Marr, K. Moocly, D. Nielsen, D. Parlcer,
S. Parson, G. Perrin, I.. Quiclc, J. Rallensperger, T
Sclweuermann, R. Scliley, J. Scliniclier, I.. Seclcinq
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Lorwer Elementary Mathenzatirs
ROBERT DICKEY RODNEY DIXON
RAYMOND DOYLE CAROL LYNN DREXYRY
Toledo Sac City
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SHIRLEY E.-X'I'XYEI.l. DoxNA EDWARDS
Junior High Bizsinzxu' lidufation
KARL E. ELI-'MANN RoEER'r ENGEL
Sioux Rapids Traer
JAMES C. EGBER1'
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Macksburg Cedar Falls Nashua
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LARRY FRAHM CHARLES J. FRANEY DIJNNA FREDRICKSON
Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Forest City
Sfiezzrf' Bizsinfss English
SANDRA CIABEI. ROBERT GAFFNEY HOMER GARTZ
Swea City New Hampton Oelwein
English Businexs Edufation Musii'
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Cedar Falls Oelwein Cedar Falls
Sofia! Srierzre Upper Elemfvztary Junior High
'THOMAS B. FITZGERALD
SHARON BAKER CJATEVYOOD
SANDY K. CII..-RNS
JAMES L. fiRAY
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DELORIES LA V1-:RNA
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BARBARA H A NSEN
ARLOA li.-XNKE HURLEY HANLEY
Lofwfr Elrmfniary Plzysiral Edufalinn
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Cedar Falls LaPorte City
MAXINE HANSON LINDA HARLE LEN HARRINCTON RONALD HARTEN MARLENE HARTMAN
Cedar Falls Kanawha Maynard Anamosa Rodman
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Cedar Falls Fairfield
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Davenport Cedar Falls
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Renwick Sigourney Marcus Manly
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Cedar Falls Cedar Falls Des Nloines Adel
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Clear Lake Maynard Cedar Falls Cedar Falls
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JOANNE JOIINSTON BEVERLY JONES PALII, JONES
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Cedar Falls Hartley
Physical Edufation Junior High
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Marshalltown Ookala, Hawaii
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Shell Rock Creston Cedar Falls Titonka Boone
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Pilot Mound Parnell Marshalltown Cedar Falls New Hampton
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JUNE RYON NANCY SACKVILLI-1
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Leland Cedar Falls
KAREN SCHROEIIER JAMES SCIIOTTER L.-UYRENCE H. SCHROEDPR
Sioux City Cedar Falls Cedar Falls
English lizzsizzesx Edufafion Sofia! Sfienfe
RICIIARD SCHUTT DEAN C, SCI-IVVESTRA IJICK SCOTT
MBSOII City Cedar Falls Eldora
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ALIIAN SELL RICHARD M. SIIELRII ROBERT SIIIVELY
Tripoli Clinton VVest Des Moines
Business Edufation Srienfc' SI'i6'71l'E
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Eldora Corwith Ottumwa
Musif Iiusifzess Sofia! Srienrz'
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Rocmz I.. SPRATT
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Grundy Center SL'L1,xvAN
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Vinton Columbus Junction Lorimor
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VVest Des Moines
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Abbott, R. L.
Aldrich, John F.
Alford, H. Wendell, 93
Allegre, Charles, 90, 199
Anderson, Lucile E., 81
Anderson, Wallace, L., 65, 85
Aurand, VVayne O., 81
Bailey, James L., 61
Barrilleaux, Louis E., 81
Barron, James I., 75
Baum, Russell N., 83
Beard, Marshall R., 64
Beck, Harry S., 78
Beckman, Mary Green
Bender, Paul F., 60, 67
Bernhard, Harold E., 85, 243
Bishop, Clifford L., 78, 207
Bitcon, Lawrence E., 97
Blackman, Mildred R., 81
Blanford, James, 75
Blanford, Mary E., 75
Bluhm, David, 85, 144
Bock, Emil VV., 83
Bohme, Joseph C., 85, 229
Bontz, Jean, 98
Brimm, R. Paul, 81, 207
Brown, A. E., 78, 93
Bruha, John, 89, 204, 237
Brune, Irvin, 89, 204, 237
Buckingham, Lena, 76
Butzier, Kenneth, 81
Calhoun, Elizabeth, 83
Campbell, Marjorie D., 70
Cancio, Rita Maria
Carmichael, Emily C.
Carpenter, Arthur L., 78
Chabert, Henry, 85
Chung, Roy, 95
Clark, J. R., 97
Claus, Robert, 95
Clausen, Bernard L., 199
Cole, E. E., 61
Coleman, VValter, 148
Cowley, John, 85, 230
Crawford, G. E.
Dalziel, Robert, 85
Davis, Jannette M.
Dee, VVilliam L. J., 95
De Hott, Bernard C., 85, 139
De Kock, VValter, 78, 207, 232
Delafield, David D., 70
Denny, E. C.
Dickinson, A. D., 97, 169, 172
Dickinson, Karen L.
Dietrich, Mary, 93
Divelbess, Margaret, 81
Douglas, Lloyd V., 75
Dowell, Virgil, 90, 199
Dreier, William H., 78
Drohman, L. B.
Ducros, Christiane, 81
Dunlop, Ruth H.
Eakin, Mary K., 93
Eblen, Roy E.
Ehresman, Irene, 93
Elsbury, Barbara A., 118, 119,
Englund, Thelma Joan, 81
Erckmann, Ruth, 89
Eshelman, Frank, 90
Euchner, Russell, 78, 207
Fagan, W. B.
Fahrney, Ralph R.
Finegan, Don, 70, 222
Fink, Merrill F., 65
Forest, Louise, 85
Fossum, Ernest C., 63, 207
Fowler, Clayton V., 70
Fox, Josef, 85
French, Valient D.
Fullerton, Margaret, 93
Gault, Joyce, 83
Gibb, Glenadine, 89
Gilloley, Laura, 81
Goetch, E. VV.
Goetsch, De Alda R.
Gogel, Kenneth, 70
Gohman, VValter J., 81
Golubowich, John N., 85
Grant, Martin L., 90
Graves, Mary Hanawalt, 85
Green, Patricia L.
Groves, Mary Deane, 98
Guillaume, Harry G., 70
Hahn, Philip, 83, 144
Hake, Herbert V., 63, 135
Hale, Leslie, 81, 146
Haman, A. C.
Hamilton, E. VV.
Hampton, Nellie D., 78
Hansen Kenneth L., 75
Hansen Russell, 81
Hansen VVarren, 97
Alden B., 47, 85
Happ, VVilliam P., 81
Harmelink, Vernon, 85
Harper, Corinne D., 81
Harris, Lyman H., 95, 210
Hartwell, Frank C., 81
Haskell, Ralph, 70
Hastings, Glen, 207
Henn, S. C.
Herigstad, Lenore, 93
Herrold, Clifford, 70
Hill, Donald G., 75
Hill, Frank VV., 148, 201
Hohlfeld, Joseph F., 81
Holliday, Olive, 76
Holmberg, Marjorie B., 81
Holmes, George H., 66, 207
Holmes, Mavis L., 60, 132,
Hols, Jack, 66
Holst, Harald, 83
Hosier, Max NI., 81
Howard, Donald F., 95, 210
Howell, Everett, 93
Hult, Esther M., 78
Humphrey, Katherine, 75, 213
Isenberger, Alyee Lou
Iverson, Marjorie, 81
Jackson, Mary Ann
Jennings, Philip C., 61
Jensen, Dennis P., 67, 127,
Jensen, Emma A.
Jensen, Jens A., 89, 204, 237
Jewell, Rose, 85
Johnson, Esther K.
Johnson, Ira D.
Johnson, Paul VV.
Johnson, Robert, 78
Jones, Howard V., 95
Jones, Ruth, 118, 119
Jonish, Arley D., 93
Joslyn, Robert V.
Keefe, Leonard, 75
Kelso, Paul C., 67
Kennedy, David E., 83, 148
Kercheval, James VV., 90, 206
Knox, Stanley, 78
Knutson, Howard T., 65, 78,
Koehring, Dorothy, 78
Koehmstedt, Carol, 81
Koll, VVilliam H., 97, 181, 184,
Kraft, Dorthea G.
Kupcek, Joseph R., 85
Lamb, Bernice, 78, 86
Lang, William C., 60
Lantz, C. VV.
Lapine, Harry, 78
La Rue, James P., 73
Latham, William P., 83
Lattin, Richard T., 81
Lawton, Milo, 63
Leavitt, Charles T., 95
Lebeda, Agnes, 75
Lee, Verlin VV., 44, 46
Lyon, Howard, 90
MaFred, Y. M., 93
MacLean, Lowe S., 123, 259
Mahon, Ruth, 81
Manion, Melvin M.
Mantor, Edna, 81
Martindale, Frank, 78, 207
Martinsrin, Shirley, 120
Matala, Dorothy Miller
Matala, R. E., 73, 135
Nlatheson, Charles, 83
Pfiatland, Mrs. K. G.
Mauck, Jane, 144
Maucker, J. VV., 36, 58
Maurer, Edwin J., 85
Maxwell, Jvone, 83
Mazula, Peter M., 81
McCarthy, Phyllis, 81
McCollum, Clifford, 90
McDavitt, Elaine, 85
McLain, E. Jeanne, 81
McLeod, Ada, 93
Melberg, Merritt E.
Metcalfe, VVilliam, 95
Meyer, Ardys L.
Meyer, Joan, 116
Meyer, Ruth M.
Middleton, Caryl A.
Mitchell, John, 83, 143, 148,
Mohn, Mardelle L.
Moon, Alfred C.
Mortell, Mary, 227
Mounce, G. VV.
Mullins, Evelyn, 93
Neal, J. B.
Nelson, Herman, 95, 227
Nelson, Margaret Buswell, 78,
Nelson, Owen, 81
Nemitz, Carol, 120, 132
Nicklaus, Delbert, 97
Nielsen, Ross A.
Noonan, Eileen F., 93
Norris, Mildred Walter
Oleson, Marilyn L.
Ottman, Constance, 81
Page, John, 70
Paine, O. F.
Parisho, Eugenia G., 81
Paulson, Robert L., 81
Pendergraft, Daryl, 62
Perrine, J. O.
Petersen, Ruth M.
Peillips, Cecil K., 207
Picklum, Warren E., 90
Plaehn, Erma B., 95, 228
Ploog, Irvin C.
Poage, George R., 95
Poppy, VVillard, 90
Potter, Albert A., 81
Potter, Lois Shefte
Pray, Mildred A.
Prehm, Norma M., 116, 132
Price, Malcolm, 78
Przychodzin, Joe, 81
Ramsay, Virginia, 98
Reardon, Etta V.
Reed, Howard O., 73, 221
Remmert, Dennis, 97
Reppas, Basil, 78
Rhum, Gordon J., 65, 207
Riechmann, Ferdinand C., 81
Riggs, Dixon L.
Ritter, Elmer L., 207
Robinson, George C., 95
Rod, Donald O., 93
Rogers, Robert A., 90
Roth, Betts Ann, 81
Russell, Myron E., 83, 148
Ruxlow, Colleen C.
Ryan, Thomas, 95
Sage, Leland L., 95
Samson, Harland E., 75
Sauer, Pauline, 90, 199
Scannell, Edward E., 75
Schaedel, Helen Happ
Schaefer, Josef, S5
Schaffer, Elliott, 85, 207, 212
Schlicher, Raymond, 62
Schmitt, Mary Margaret, 81
Schools, Marshall, 81
Scovel, Donald, 81
Segal, Erwin, 78
Shepherd, Lou A.
Sheriff, Stan, 97, 169
Shores, Edna, 76, 214
Silvey, H. M., 64
Silvey, Ina M., 89
Sivey, VVray, 78
Simornsen, Carrie E.
Sjolander, Margaret, 76,
Francis E., 85
Spalford, Beth M.
Stageberg, Norman, 85,
Stewart, N. E., 97, 175
Stokstad, Lloyd J., 81
Stone, Myrtle M., 81
Stow, Delores A.
Struble, Marguirette, 81
Swanson, Betty, 98
Swartz, Fred, 124
Tarr, John E., 81
Taylor, Loren F., 85
Thode, H. E.
Thompson, Howard, 95
Thompson, M. R.
Thompson, Oscar E., 78, 207
Thompson, Thomas, 85
Thrall, VVilliam R., 97
Thudium, B. Caroll
Tjelmeland, Mary Ann
Towne, Mary, 78
Townsend, Patricia, 85, 231
Trimble, H. C., 85, 204, 237
Tulasiewicz, J. Bruno
Vecker, Albert E., 78
Vander Beek, Howard, 81
Van Ness, Grace
VVagner, Edward, 93
VVagner, Guy, 81, 207
VVagner, Lillian R., 231
Walker, Marion R.
VVardin, R. VV.
VVeir, Velna Jan, 78
Wendt, Donald, 83, 147, 148
VVesley, Robert J., 85
Whitford, L. VV., 97, 179
VVhitnah, Donald R., 95, 210
Wiederanders, Donald E., 81,
VVielenga, Jack, 63
VVilcox, M. J., 78
Wilson, Leland, 90, 206
VVilson, Loree, 66
VVine, George, 66
Wineke, Dorothy E., 81
VVinier, Leonard, 90
VVinsherg, Shirley, 98
Witham, James, 97
Wohl, Harold, 95
VVood, Stanley, 211
VVright, Lawrence S., 73
Yeager, Josephine, 76
Yount, Robert, 89
Zender, Joseph, 211
Alquist, Shirley Ann, Cherokee, 241
Aasheim, Leslie Marion, McCallsburg, 228
Abarr, Sandra Jean, Hinckley, Ohio, 143
Abedjie, I-Iaile L., 226
Achey, Richard L11ther, VVaterloo, 276
Ackerman, Guy Royal, VVaterloo, 147, 149
Ackerman, John VValter, VVaterloo, 137
Adair, Joe Thomas, VVaterloo, 226, 286
Adams, Katherine Jean, Marshalltown,
Adams, Ronald David, Ottosen, 246
Ahrabi, Fard Iradge, Teheran, Iran, 47
Akerman, Richard H., Grand Island,
Nebraska, 210, 286
Akin, Grace Stark, Waterloo, 208
Akin, Sandra Lee, Ames, 222, 260, 286
Albers, Joyce Jane, Grand Mound, 252,
Albertson, Tyrome L., Calmar, 222, 252
Aldrich, Constance I., Lansing, 223, 250
Aldrich, Kathleen Jean, Independence, 219
Alesch, Joanne Claire, Marcus, 245
Alexander, Deanna Lee, Belle Plaine, 137,
Alexander, Joseph Hugh, Osage, 139'
Allbee, Sharon Sue, Davenport, 135, 139,
Allee, Betty Ann, Burlington, 139, 235, 254
Allison, Maureen E., Greene, 155, 235, 245
Almquist, Nevin Arthur, Osage, 146, 169,
Armann, Lennie Deann, Polk City, 143,
Armiger, David Alfred, Inwood, 147, 253
Arnott, Dorothy Jane, Elvaston, Ill., 286
Aronson, Sandra Sue, Davenport, 241
Arthur, Marilyn Jean, Hawkeye, 270, 286
Asche, Clinton Jon, Titonka, 286
Ashby, VViIliam Everett, Chariton, 143,
Ashland, Karen Ann, Clear Lake, 245
Assink, Robert John, Cedar Falls, 286
Atha, Tom Lee, Chariton, 144, 224
Atkins, Carolyn Lee, Des Moines, 224, 229
Austin, Richard Bill, Waverly, 185
Ayers, Catharine Agey, Cedar Falls, 280
Azeltine, Deanna D., Rowan, 260
Bachman, Raymond John, VVest Bend, 286
Backstrom, Donna Lo11, Fariba11lt, Minn.,
286, 230, 255
Bacus, Kenneth Richard, Knoxville, 247
Baerenwald, Lana Faye, Sheldon, 147, 149
Joyce Ellen, Guttenberg, 286
Anderegg, Ramonna M., Guttenberg, 253
Anderson, Annette L., Iowa Falls, 149, 237
Anderson, Connie Marie, Omaha, Nebr.,
Anderson, Constance J., Ottumwa, 147,
149, 222, 258, 270
Bahling, Eugene Kent, Burt, 222, 276
Bahr, Dennis Carl, Iowa Falls, 173, 186
Beck, Doris Emilie, Cylinder, 132, 134,
142, 147, 149, 205, 209, 252
Beck, Mary Emma, Belle Plaine, 147, 149
Becker, Howard Milton, Mendota, Ill.,
169, 170, 172, 200, 278, 287
Becker, Marilyn Ann, Davenport, 287
Beckmann, Virgil John, Granville, 245
Beeman, Marilene Kay, Carlisle, 142, 247
Behrens, Judy Kay, Independence, 253, 270
Belschner, Jean Isabel, Arlington, 142
Benesh, Richard Louis, Radcliffe, 287
Bennett, Mary Susan, La Porte City, 147,
148, 149, 229
Benning, Marlys C., VVellsburg, 203, 214,
223, 249, 287
Benning, Mary Ruth, Ackley, 234
Benson, Barbara Sue, Marathon, 254
Benson, Charles Allan, Monticello, 219,
Benson, Linda Kay, VVinfield, 143
Berger, George Henry, Amana, 287
Bergman, Joan, Madrid, 287
Bergman, Ladonna Jean, Arthur, 250, 287
Bergman, Marlys Ladell, New Hartford,
Berkland, Judith Ann, Fenton, 220, 222
Berntson, Sandra Kay, Paullina, 230
Bersee, Linda Lee, Schaller, 268
Berst, Carl Leo, New Hampton, 245
Bettin, Ann Kathrine, Early, 218, 274,
Bettle, Robert VVayne, VVaterloo, 219
Beving, Sonna Rae, VVellsburg, 143
Bezoni, Harold Alvin, Aurelia, 249
Bickford, VVard VVilliam, Rockwell City,
Bina, Robert Fred, Spillville, 134, 137, 141,
222, 224, 229, 245, 276
Bindner, Janet Helen, Marcus, 141, 220,
Anderson, Donald A., Mason City, 276
Anderson, Donald E., Indianola, 219, 286
Anderson, Elayne Alice, Crystal Lake, 241,
Anderson, Garry Gayle, VVaterloo, 286
Anderson, Gary Dean, Vinton, 142
Anderson, Helen Louise, Newton, 270
Anderson, Janice Mae, Fonda, 234
Anderson, Janice Mayer, State Center, 286
Anderson, Jerome David, Cedar Falls, 280
Anderson, Judy Ann, Postville, 241, 253
Anderson, Linda Lee, West Des Moines,
Anderson, Marlene J., Thompson, 253, 264
Anderson, Nancy Jo, Sioux City, 222, 224
Andresen, Barbara D., Ida Grove, 238,
Andrews, Merle Robert, Spencer, 146, 169,
259, 278, 286
Angell, Juanita Marie, Delhi, 120, 252
Ankeny, Shari Lynn, New Sharon, 229
Antons, Dorothy Jeanne, Mancehster, 134,
Appleby, David Harlan, Manchester, 141,
259, 276, 286
Arends, Josie Marie, VVilliams, 268
Arends, Lynne Lavonne, Belmond, 270
Arendt, Nicholas H., New Hampton, 280
Bailey, Gary Lee, Cedar Falls, 221, 286
Bailey, Richard Lloyd, Cedar Falls, 139,
Bailey, Robert Duane, VVaverly, 221, 286
Bailie, Richard Lou, New Market, 287,
229, 230, 232
Baker, Betty Kay, Cedar Rapids, 235, 255
Baker, Bonnie Lou, Cedar Falls, 199, 262
Baker, Dean Morgan, Cedar Falls, 221,
Baker, Donald James, Cedar Falls, 193
Baker, Keith D., Perry, 224
Baker, Linda Kay, Jefferson, 139, 228, 247
Baker, Mary Sue, VVaterloo, 272, 225
Balcom, Paul Dean, Marshalltown, 175,
Bald, Joyce Anne, Davenport, 238, 245
Balhorn, Carol Ellen, VVaterloo, 270, 287
Bandholz, Rita Dorothy, Sutherland, 219,
Bannier, Jean Lucille, Yarmouth, 141, 144,
Banning, Mary Ann, Dover, Del., 230
Banzhaf, Barbara Fern, Marshalltown,
Barber, Margaret L., Martelle, 287
Barker, Jean Ann, Sanborn, 235
Barlow, Carolyn Melva, Clear Lake, 254
Barnas, M. Dolores B., Waterloo, 144
Barnes, Dorothy Lee, Crookston, Minn., 250
Bartachek, Judy Diane, Belle Plaine, 240,
Bartels, Sally Ann, Greene, 212, 253, 274
Bartholomew, Loydene L., Rochester, Minn.,
129, 142, 255
Batchelder, Dianne Mae, Marion, 239
Bath, Janene Edna, Schaller, 144, 228, 249
Bauer, Jean M., Charles City, 233
Bauer, Nancy Jane, Muscatine, 231, 237,
Baumgartel, Marilyn J., Amana, 219, 226
Beattie, Lynne Elaine, Manchester, 262
Becicka, Steven VV., Mt. Vernon, 185
Beck, Cecelia Annette, VVaterloo, 143
Bishop, David Conrad, Mason, City, 137,
141, 226, 248,287
Bishop, Wayne Wilson, West Union, 146,
Bittner, Nicoe Luella, Des Moines, 226,
Blain, Harriett Jean, Montezuma, 241
Blake, Norman, 186, 187
Blatt, Marilyn M., Remsen, 228, 233, 245
Bleich, Donna Mae, VVesley, 139, 219,
Blezek, Kay Lee, Yale, 144, 254
Blunk, Rosella Norma, Atlantic, 224, 229,
Boals, Carol Dunn, Cedar Falls, 219
Boals, Daniel VVilliam, Cedar Falls, 168,
169, 170, 172,200
Bobinet, Lucille Mae, Chelsea, 147, 149
Bock, Lawrence Thomas, Templeton, 131,
Bock, Roger VVilliam, Sumner, 175
Bockholt, Sandra Sue, Keystone, 287
Boehde, Carol Marie, Sabula, 235
Boeke, Kay Marie, Hubbard, 272, 287
Boeke, Linda Lee, Hubbard, 134
Boes, Robert Joseph, Glidden, 142
Bohl, Marilyn Jean, Marble Rock, 250
Bohlen, Lois Ilene, VVest Burlington, 287
Bohning, Roger Dean, Rowan, 288
Bolin, David A., Cedar Falls, 231
Bolin, Karen Anne, Cedar Falls, 270
Bonnallie, Ann Marie C., Austin, Minn.,
Book, Connie Carole, Davenport, 139, 239,
Boos, Eleanor Elaine, Lockridge, 100, 142,
209, 216, 217, 236, 253, 288
Borchardt, Jane Ellen, Osage, 143, 253
Borton, Nadine Ethel, Clear Lake, 254
Bosch, Bonita Ellen, Sibley, 272
Bouslog, Rosemary, South English, 255
Bousselot, Avis Jean, Calamus, 241, 252
Bowen, James Charles, Cedar Rapids,
Bowley, Barbara Ann, Jefferson, 222, 248
Bowman, Carl Eugene, Cedar Falls, 169,
Bowman, Mary Ann, Vinton, 235
Bowman, Mary Louises, Audubon, 235,
Boyd, Richard Lee, Cedar Falls, 278, 288
Bozorgzadeh, Houshang, Tehran, Iran, 47,
Brackin, Laura Ann, What Cheer, 274
Bradley, Patricia Ann, Afton, 245
Bradley, Susan Frances, Cedar Rapids,
Brady, Margaret Marie, Marcus, 270
Brady, Mary Ann, Iowa Falls, 270
Bragg, Marlys Jeanine, Lake Park, 264,
Brainerd, James David, Fort Dodge, 185
Brammer, Barbara Faye, Independence,
Breeding, Carol Ann, Des Moines, 203,
Breeser, Patsy June, New Albin, 143
Brenholdt, Nancy Lee, Ogden, 144, 235
Brewer, James Luther, Sioux City, 222
Brewer, Patricia Joan, Centerville, 245
Briden, Altamae Kay, Fort Dodge, 203,
218, 248, 288
Brindle, Eleanor Mae, Conrad, 142, 209,
Brinkert, Ileene Dora, Primghar, 219, 252
Brinkmann, Barbara R., Cedar Falls, 222
Brocka, Gail Virginia, Allison, 234, 249,
Brocka, Joyce Mary, New Hartford, 134,
Brockmeyer, Laurel J., Colesburg, 203,
214, 216, 223, 232,254,288
Brooks, Barbara Kay, Ackley, 142, 148,
Brown, Alice Elaine, St. Charles, 241
Brown, Janice Anne, VVaterloo, 268, 288
Brown, Linda Rae, Waterloo, 239
Brown, Mildred Louise, Grimes, 288
Brownlee, Vicki Lee, Cedar Falls, 270
Brubaker, Carol Marie, Reinbeck, 144
Bruce, John Charles, Cedar Falls, 288
Brundage, Carol Jean, Luther, 120, 129,
Buchanan, Charles D., VVest Des Moines,
122, 190, 282, 288
Buckingham, Christine, Batavia, 218, 226,
Buckingham, Judith Ann, Prairie City,
Buehler, Lorelei K., Mason City, 223, 288,
Buffington, Karen G., Colo, 270, 288, 230
Buhr, Dona M. S., Readlyn, 142
Buhr, Kathryn Kay, VVaterloo, 139, 141,
Buhr, Patricia Ann, Clear Lake, 274
Bump, James Richard, Cedar Falls, 288
Bundy, Marilyn Rae, Cedar Falls, 142,
Bunge, Darrell Lee, Massillon, 200, 186
Burch, Phyllis Marie, Marcus, 238
Burkardt, Marjorie Ann, Holstein, 144,
Burkhead, Alice Ruth, Armstrong, 232,
Burkle, Stanley John, Geneva, 288
Burns, Betty Ann, Columbus Jet., 147, 149
Burr, Robert James, La Porte City, 147,
201, 236, 289
Burritt, John Giles, VVaterloo, 100, 198,
Burrows, Marilyn Ann, Brandon, 241
Butcher, Karen Ann, Holstein, 289
Butler, Ann Elizabeth, Cedar Rapids, 144
Butler, Edward Byron, Burlington, 131,
Button, Dennis Dean, Adel, 146, 169, 259
Button, Robert L., Marshalltown, 100, 122,
198, 230, 280, 289
Butts, Francis Lee, Mason City, 289
Byndas, Bruce Michael, L, I. City, N. Y.,
146, 221, 245
Byram, Harold, 189, 190, 191
Cairy, Thomas L., Waterloo, 147, 149
Caldwell, Kay Janette, Cedar Rapids, 289
Calhoun, Carolyn Jean, Albert City, 219
Callahan, Freda Ann, Dow City, 258, 270,
Callaway, Judith Ann, Conrad, 142, 243,
Callaway, Judith Gast, Steamboat Rock,
Calligan, Richard Alan, Waterloo, 289
Callison, Judith Ann, Chariton, 233, 262,
Campbell, Duane E., Cedar Falls, 127
Campbell, Lawrence L., Cedar Falls, 207
Campbell, Marlene Ann, Dougherty, 235
Capps, Richard Lee, Creston, 289
Caraway, Jackie Lee, Monmouth, 286
Carey, Robert M., Marcus, 129, 130, 134,
Carlin, Elizabeth VVade, Cedar Falls, 144,
Carlson, Carlene Jo., Sibley, 219, 272
Carlson, Jack Lee, Cedar Falls, 169
Carlson, Luther R., Forest City, 252
Carlson, Sandra Jean, Moline, Ill., 258,
Carney, Robert Leo, Mason City, 280, 289
Carpenter, Delburn E., VVest Bend, 224,
Carr, James Herbert, Ottumwa, 131, 134,
Cassady, Ralph Charles, Mapleton, 146,
Cassidy, Tom Kenneth, Cedar Falls, 229
Casson, Charles VV. McClelland, 289
Cawelti, Gerald Scott, Cedar Falls, 142
Cawelti, Sandra Jean, Cedar Falls, 239,
Chalfant, Richard C., VVebster City, 147
Chalgren, Kurt Robert, Clinton, 146
Chalstrom, Diane F., Spirit Lake, 144, 252
Chance, John Thomas, New Providence,
Chellis, John Williams, St. Louis, Mo.,
Christian, Susan E., Rochester, Minn., 246,
Christiansen, Carol J., Council Bluffs, 148,
Christiansen, David A., Clear Lake, 228,
Christle, Patricia Ann, Cedar Rapids, 134,
Christy, Richard C., Ottumwa, 175, 200,
Clark, David Dodd, Cedar Falls, 147, 149
Clark, James G., VVaterloo, 192
Clausen, Loretta Mae, Holstein, 134, 223,
Clausman, Patricia Ann, Reinbeck, 230,
Claussen, Kathryn Dawn, Reinbeck, 262,
Claussen, Sharon Ann, Reinbeck, 262, 289
Clayter, Jack Verl, Cedar Falls, 222
Cleveland, Charlyn Joy, Jefferson, 100,
Cleveland, Elbin L., Cedar Rapids, 100,
211, 276, 290
Clewell, Susan Eileen, VVaverly, 141, 219
Clopton, Betty May, Cedar Falls, 255
Cloud, Richard Alden, Cedar Falls, 142
Coffin, George Claude, Marshalltown, 137,
Cole, Mary Ann, Algona, 233
Coleman, Marilyn Sue, Denison, 247
Connelly, Judith Marie, Mason City, 245
Connor, Glenn Gene, VVestbury, 169
Conrad, James Leroy, Audubon, 222, 245
Cooke, Mary Ann, Manchester, 143,
Cookinham, Patricia A., Estherville, 100,
Cope, Elinor Grace, Somers, 241
Copley, John Rolla, Davenport, 282, 290
Corlett, Susan Kay, Farmersburg, 235, 253
Cormaney, Wayne Lee, Hampton, 181, 278
Corrigan, Beverly Ann, Guthrie Center,
Corwin, Curtis Leroy, Marshalltown, 290
Corwin, Dennis Larry, Cedar Falls, 189
Couchman, Janice E., Seymour, 144, 147,
Coughlin, Sharon Ann, Marion, 245
Coulson, Linda Lane, Moravia, 244
Courtney, Robert Keith, Delhi, 222
Cowan, Patricia Lynn, Algona, 272
Cox, David D., Bettendorf, 22, 169, 170,
172, 186, 200, 278
Cox, Sharon Kay, Keswick, 223
Crane, Robert Allen, Glenville, Minn.,
169, 190, 200, 278, 290
Crane, Terrence Lee, Cedar Falls, 276
Craven, Carolyn C., Arlington 5, Va.,
Craver, Rita Lee, Cedar Falls, 143
Crawford, Dana J., Washington, 234
Creswell, Gayle Lee, Reinbeck, 130, 210,
228, 258, 276, 290,
Crogveek, Jane Ramona, Oelwein, 235,
Cronbaugh, Deanna Lee, Belle Plaine, 223
Crooks, Ronald Dean, Greene, 128, 129,
Cross, June Kaye, Knoxville, 270
Crowder, James Alex, Mason City, 134,
201, 276, 290
Crowley, Robert Eugene, Des Moines, 290
Cruse, Richard L., La Porte City, 137, 142
Crystal, Everett T., VVebster City, 169
Cull, Raymond Albert, Chicago, Ill., 175,
Cummings, Janice Kay, Fairfield, 118, 262,
Cunningham, Marlan D., Cedar Falls, 290
Cunningham, Mary Rita, Des Moines, 120,
Currie, Gary Dennis, Schaller, 142, 147,
Curry, James Patrick, Cedar Rapids, 282
Dahmus, Ann Christine, VVaterloo, 290
Daikawa, Carole H., Hilo, Hawaii, 227,
Dajani, Said A., Jordan, Africa, 47, 190,
Daley, Ellen Jane, Chicago Heights, Ill.,
Daman, James Edward, Humboldt, 128,
Damron, Jimmie Leon, Carpinteria, Calif.,
Daniels, Anita L., Oelwein, 212, 216, 231
Dann, Stephen Eugene, Des Moines, 237,
Danne, Beverly Kay, Sioux City, 268
Dannenfeldt, Sandra A., Davenport, 219
Davidsen, Deloy Kelvin, Cedar Falls, 142
Davis, Alice Arlyn, Rochester, Minn., 137,
Davis, Anita Mae, Strawberry Point, 144
Davis, Barbara Joan, Gilmore City, 129,
134, 258, 260
Davis, Constance Sue, Keokuk, 120, 270
Davis, Gerald Allan, Decorah, 131, 194,
John Dean, Mapleton, 282
Karen Rae, Laurens, 148, 222
Davis Margaret Dean, Plano, 247
Davis Marla Jane, Strawberry Point, 142,
Davis Russell Charles, VVaterloo, 137
Day, Dorothy June, Arlington, 147, 149
Debower, Bonnie K., Allison, 233, 266,
Dedic, Robert Charles, Traer, 290
Degraw, Betty K., Delmar, 223
Deimerly, Suzanne, Clarion, 245, 290
Delfs, Sharon Rae, Toledo, 203, 244, 274,
Denk, Dianne Faye, Davenport, 44, 155,
Deneui, Jon Ian, Marion, 137
Deneui, Pat, 137
Deshon, Margaret Ann, Bettendorf, 154
Dewilde, Dee, Charles City, 141, 222, 290
Dexter, Richard Gene, Waterloo, 201
Diblasio, Margaret R., Davenport, 245
Dice, Phillip Robert, Lake Park, 199, 228,
Dickenson, Carmen N., Norfolk, Va., 143,
Dickey, Robert Clement, Davenport, 204,
Dierksen, Carole J., Clinton, 238, 241
Dighton, Lyndon K., Coggon, 190
Dillon, David, 190
Dilts, James Michael, Bettendorf, 173
Disney, Verneil Rae, Dows, 230
Ditzenberger, Roger, Cedar Falls, 193
Dixon, Rodney Leo, Perry, 100, 130, 131,
Dobson, Donald VVard, La Porte City, 291
Dodd, Bill B., Cedar Falls, 193, 282
Doering, Joan Marie, Mason City, 245
Dolphin, Phyllis N., Sheldon, 235, 274
Domer, Jalaa VVanda, Center Point, 100,
128, 199, 217, 238, 241, 266, 291
Donald, Neil Eugene, Seymour, 147, 149,
Dooley, John Terry, Des Moines, 259, 280
Doran, Maryann May, Perry, 137
Dorman, Janet Elaine, Perry, 147, 231
Dorn, Larry Lee, Council Bluffs, 201, 229,
Dostal, Bonita Jean, Toledo, 149, 231, 239,
Dotson, Richard C., Cedar Falls, 190
Dotson, VVilliam Morris, Cedar Falls, 181,
Dougan, Carole Jane, Hubbard, 142
Dougherty, Joanne J., Marshalltown, 199,
Douglas, Elaine E., Orchard, 249
Dow, Francis I., Cedar Falls, 228, 259,
Dowell, Anita Pearson, Cedar Falls, 199
Downing, Carol Jean, Austin, Minn., 219
Doyle, Raymond Eugene, Toledo, 169, 291
Drefke, Paul Melhurn, Cherokee, 189
Dreier, Debra Ayleen, Hubbard, 228, 241,
Dreier, Sonja Jean, Hubbard, 224, 225
Drennen, Joy Marie, Mason City, 139, 231
Drewry, Carol L., Sac City, 291, 216, 218
Drobney, Ronald Deloss, Pocahontas, 245
Druecker, Carol Joan, Strawberry Point,
Drury, Susan Ethel, Marshalltown, 237,
Dubberke, Judith Ann, Hubbard, 129, 134,
235, 252, 274
Ducommun, Martha E., Oelwein, 234, 247
Dugan, Dennis John, Des Moines, 222, 245
Dukeshier, Michael C., Shenandoah, 173
Dumler, Sharon Kay, Waterloo, 268
Dunham, Daniel Ray, VVaterloo, 181, 200
Dunn, Mary Ellen, Crawfordsville, 142,
Dupey, Lavera Lee, Fort Dodge, 134, 272,
Duprez, Josette Dee, VVaukee, 234, 264
Dutoit, Carol Lee, Cedar Rapids, 156
Dutton, Richard Howard, Kirkville, Mo.,
Duus, Erling Otto, Cedar Falls, 146, 291
Eakle, Roberta L., Adel, 247
Earhart, Alfred Jack, Cedar Falls, 291
Eastland, Barbara M., Clinton, 229, 235
Eatwell, Shirley Ann, Mingo, 291
Ebert, Joel VVynn, Clarence, 249
Eckroth, Loran Lee, Mandan, N. D., 149
Eden, Sylvia Aileen, Titonka, 134, 230,
Eder, Pamela Jean, Postville, 241
Eckroth, Mildred B., Cedar Falls, 148
Edwards, Donna Rae, Ruthven, 203, 213,
219, 252, 291
Eells, Joann Mae, Knoxville, 143, 235
Egbert, James Cole, Fort Dodge, 259, 278
Egen, Harlan, Cedar Falls, 291
Egger, Phyllis Marie, Hopkinton, 249
Eggleston, VVayne E., Cedar Falls, 291
Ehlers, Shirley Kaye, Onawa, 224, 230,
Eichelberger, Donald A., Anamosa, 169,
Eilts, Juliann, VVeldon, 144
Eischen, Carole Jean, VVest Des Moines,
Elfmann, Karl E., Sioux Rapids, 291
Ellingson, Sherryl A., Alden, 134, 268
Ellingson, Violet Ann, Northwood, 141,229
Elliott, Sheryl Rae, Jefferson, 235
Ellstrom, Nancy Jane, Inwood, 149, 241,
Engel, John Henry, Dumont, 229
Engel, Richard James, Evergreen, Ill., 184
Engel, Robert Jerome, Traer, 291
Engelhardt, Carroll L., Elkader, 122, 130,
Erhardt, Linda L., Bloomfield, 199
Erickson, Nancy Jane, Cedar Falls, 146,
Erickson, Richard C., Cedar Falls, 208, 291
Ernst, Kay Elizabeth, Springville, 245, 266
Ervin, Joanne Kay, Perry, 224
Esk, Larry Allen, Clarion, 291
Etzen, Keith Allen, Forest City, 280, 291
Euler, Bonnie Jean, Bridgewater, 156, 239,
Evans, Joan Audrey, Des Moines, 141, 268,
Evans, Jo Ann, Des Moines, 226, 234, 253
Eyerly, Gary Lynn, Cedar Falls, 292
Ezeanii, Clement M., Orlu East, Nigeria,
Fanger, Marjorie Ann, Bryant, 143
Farley, Erik Bruce, Clinton, 100, 278, 292
Fee, Josephine Lucinda, Nashua, 118, 134,
Ferneau, John Ralph, Conrad, 147, 148,
Finch, Ralph, 190
Finn, Frances Kathryn, McGregor, 234
Finnessy, Mary Lucile, Lake Forest, Ill.,
Fischer, James Ronald, Des Moines, 134,
190, 200, 278
Fischer, Robert James, Dubuque, 228
Fisher, Carol Jane, Iowa City, 219
Fitzgerald, Thomas B, Boone, 292
Flack, Carol Jean, Postville, 244
Flanders, Shirley May, Davenport, 142,
338, 241, 245
Fletcher, Larry Lowe, Crawfordsville, 139
Flitsch, Mary Kathryn, Alburnett, 134,
Floyd, Gary Leon, Montrose, 134, 146, 200,
186, 276, 292
Foglesong, Janice E., Des Moines, 226,
Folkers, Treva Ardena, Scotch Grove, 239,
Foote, Richard Leroy, Des Moines, 278
Foote, VVendy Lynne, Bettendorf, 225, 238,
Ann Pauline, Central City, 274
Formanek, Barbara Jean, Elberon, 222, 245
Forthun, Marilyn Kay, Ida Grove, 238,
240, 241, 274
Foshe, Pauline Mae, Des Moines, 143
Fossey, Keith Robert, St. Ansgar, 186
Foster, Elizabeth L., Oskaloosa, 222, 224
Fox, Geraldine Ann, VVaterloo, 246
Fox, Joseph Roscoe, Osage, 181, 184, 200
Fox, Leon Robert, Missouri Valley, 130,
134, 199, 225
Frahm, Larry John, Clear Lake, 127, 292
Frana, Adrian William, Calmar, 228, 231,
Franey, Charles Jerome, Cedar Falls, 292
Frater, Mae Jenny, Vinton, 219, 252
Fredricksen, Robert A., Clinton, 141
Gleason, Sharon B., VVaterloo, 292
Glenn, Charles Eugene, Cedar Falls, 292
Gnagy, Kay Lenore, Charles City, 268
Goddard, Judy Betts, Cedar Falls, 144
Godfrey, Dennis Leroy, Adel, 134, 141,
146, 230, 243, 276
Goecke, Kathryn Joanne, Marshalltown,
Goetzinger, James D., Templeton, 173
Golbuff, VVliliam Clark, Mason City, 276,
Golz, Carolyn Kay, Bridgewater, 272
Good, Victoria Kay, Chariton, 219
Goodman, Joel Henry, Belle Plaine, 147,
kson, Donna M., Forest City, 118,
Freeman, Francis Grady, Davenport, 181,
Freeman, Michael L., Goldfield, 225
Freeman, Vikie Jean, New Hampton, 253
Freers, Gary VVard, Muscatine, 229, 230
Freese, Dorothy Marie, Scotch Grove, 253
Freese, Gwenda Fae, Wheatland, 233, 249
Freese, Pamela Kay, Cedar Falls, 134, 143,
Freeze, Joyce Meyers, Waterloo, 230
Friedericks, Marjorie, Cedar Falls, 230
Frueh, Phyllis Yvonne, Fort Madison, 274
Fry, Kathleen Marie, Marshalltown, 199
Fuke, Stanley Akira, Hilo, Hawaii, 130,
Gordon, Barbara Ann, Maywood, Ill., 142
Gordon, Kerry Jane, VVaterloo, 147, 149,
Gordon, Larry Eugene, Des Moines, 254
Gordon, Linda, Newton, 134, 266, 292
Gorden, Michael Robert, Charles City, 173
Gotter, Kaylene Glee, Scranton, 250
Funke, Karen Kay, State Center, 233, 252,
Furland, Roberta Faye, Conrad, 266
Furlong, Mary C., Letts, 139, 226, 228,
Gabel, Sandra Lee, Swea City, 292
Gaffney, Robert Paul, New Hampton, 292
Gallagher, Sandra Lee, VVaterloo, 143
Gartz, Homer John, Oelwein, 147, 149,
Gatewood, Jack John, Delta, 147, 247
Gatewood, Sharon Baker, Cedar Falls,
Graf, Darlene Kay, Hazleton, 223
Gralf, Jeanne Fridolin, Mallard, 235, 245
Grandgeorge, Beth M., Webster City, 239
Granneman, VVayne R., Charles City, 142,
Grau, Joanne Michelle, Sioux City, 238,
Graves, George C., Harlan, 169
Gray, James L., Cedar Falls, 206, 293
Gren, David VValker, Davenport, 216, 218,
Green, Marcia Ann, Des Moines, 219
Greenfield, Linda Kay, Ackley, 274
Greenlee, Marion Sue, Jesup, 258, 262
Greenley, Celia Ann, Independence, 222
Greenzweig, Lucille E., Charles City, 219,
Gregg, Carolyn Louise, VVest Liberty, 144,
Gregory, Janice Kay, Montezuma, 141
Gregory, Louise Nadine, Dike, 139, 241
Grifhn, Margaret Ann, New Hampton, 245
Grifhn, Michael Jon, Cedar Rapids, 276
Grifilin, Shirley Ann, VVinterset, 141, 235,
Haan, Keith Alan, Cedar Falls, 142
Haasis, Gerald Louis, Strawberry Point,
Hachmann, Carol Irene, Davenport, 141,
Hackmann, Rachel Lee, West Union, 250
Hade, Evelyn Marie, Gowrie, 293
Hadenfeldt, Loretta A., Sioux Rapids, 249
Hager, Linda Kay, Casey, 254
Hahn, Frederick David, Des Moines, 169
Hahn, Phyllis Ann, Manchester, 139, 141,
143, 229, 249, 254
Hale, VVilliam Henry, Ellsworth, 148
Hall, Barbara Elaine, Lake Mills, 253
Hall, James Edward, Albion, 280, 293
Hall, Keith Franklin, Emmetsburg, 137,
Hall, Philip Stephen, Cedar Rapids, 147
Hallenbeck, Daniel A., Manchester, 130,
131, 249, 282
Haller, Charlotte ., Sioux City, 233, 260
Hallett, Richard Ervin, Cedar Falls, 293
Halstead, Steven Kent, Marion, 131, 276
Halsted, Joanne Ruth, State Center, 233,
Hamill, Sigrid Joann, Clinton, 235
Hamilton, Glenn C., Lucas, 125, 276, 293
Hammond, Del Lee, Charles City, 173
Hampel, Kay Joyce, Garner, 260, 293
Hanisch, Kathleen Zora, VVaterloo, 235,
Hanke, Arloa Marie, Early, 233, 293
Hanley, Hurley Lee, Cedar Falls, 169, 186
Hanna, Darlene C., Nora Springs, 212,
Hanne, Kay Arlene, Pleasant Valley, 234,
Hansen, Barbara Ann, Clinton, 270, 293
Hansen, Carol Ann, Norway, 233
Hansen, Jon Edward, Cedar Falls, 148,
Hansen, Janell Diane, Bode, 264
Hansen, Linda Lucille, Hornick, 241
Hansen, Marilyn F., Cedar Falls, 134,
203, 270, 292, 230
Nola Ann, Algona, 219
Gay, Jerry Cole, Des Moines, 181, 282
Geer, Kathleen Kaye, Colo, 219
Gehrke, Jerome Stanley, Readlyn, 179
Geiger, Brenda Jean, Vinton, 44, 45, 153
Geise, Barry Russell, Grand Mound, 159,
George, Mary Kay, Cherokee, 219
Gerdes, Renee Judith, Jesup, 219
Gersema, Janae Lee, Cedar Falls, 266
Gergen, Della Mae, Superior, 143
Micheal R., Burlington, 280
Gibson, Deanna, Superior, 264
Gibson, Marianne Pat, VVebb, 264
Gideon, Rollene Kay, Norwalk, 144, 254
Gilbert, Carol Justine, Larrabee, 235
Gilbertson, Jerielynn, Decorah, 238, 241,
Giles, Grover Skip, Garwin, 173
Gillespie, Judith Ann, Renwick, 239
Gilpin, John James, Newton, 148, 247
Glans, Sandra Kaye, Marshalltown, 253,
Glasener, Lydia Jane, Cedar Falls, 292
Glass, Lynn William, Cedar Rapids, 244
Gleason, Sharon Lee, Oelwein, 239
Grimes, Sherrill Jon, VVest Union, 134,
Grimm, Gloria Frances, Earlvillc, 252
Griner, Leland Edward, Dumont, 293
Gritton, Judith Ann, North Liberty, 260,
Gross, Marilyn Eileen, Oelwein, 229, 253,
Gross, Nancy, 212
Grove, David Lyle, Vinton, 229, 254
Hansen, Vernon Kai, Cedar Falls, 276, 293
Hansen, Vicki Ann, Algona, 245
Hansen, VVarren Emory, Harlan, 169
Hansuld, Arthur Marr, Newton, 147, 148,
Curtis Dean, Swea City, 221, 231
Grove, Frances Kay, Fairbank, 149
Gruber, Gayle Ann, Carroll, 241, 293
Grulke, Sally Anne, Owatonna, Minn., 235
Guillaume, Jacquelyn M., Cedar Falls,
Gulick, Kathy Elaine, Mt. Auburn, 141
Gummert, Delories L., Marshalltown, 226,
229, 252, 293
Gunderson, Virginia J., Lake Mills, 118,
132, 243, 253, 264, 293
Gupta, Naim Chand, New Delhi, India,
Gupta, Shailla, New Delhi, India, 47
Gustafson, Maribel Eva, Kiron, 233, 248
Gustin, Mary Elaine, Guthrie Center, 254
Guyett, Linda Lee, Missouri Valley, 230
Hanson, Dennis Nash, La Porte City, 293
Hanson, Jack Julien, Denver, 147
Hanson, Lyn Deene, Muscatine, 149, 229
Hanson, Maxine C. A., Cedar Falls, 294
Happe, Carolyn Mae, Spirit Lake, 143,
Harbach, Sandra Lee, Delhi, 252
Harder, Susan Kay, Delmar, 249
Harl, Merna Marie, Numa, 134, 254
Harlan, Roger G., VVinterset, 139, 216,
Harle, Linda Maria, Kanawha, 294
Harmeyer, Donna Lee, VVest Point, 139,
Harms, Alan Duane, Alta, 252
Harms, Joyce Marie, Marion, 134, 142,
149, 209, 236
Harms, Judy Kay, George, 220, 223
Harrington, Leonard P., Maynard, 245,
Harris, Glendra Kay, Cedar Rapids, 238,
240, 241, 274
Harsch, Anita Marie, Burlington, 241
Hart, Judy Dale, Elma, 144
Harten, Ronald Harold, Anamosa, 134,
Hartkemeyer, Elaine K., Atkins, 226, 228,
Hartman, Joan Louise, Adel, 241, 262
Hartman, Marlene G., Rodman, 218, 245,
Hartman, VVilliam M., Iowa Falls, 294,
Hase, Frank Duane, Cedar Falls, 294
Hashimoto, Carol Y., Honolulu, Hawaii,
227, 235, 249
Hastert, Charles J., Alton, 245
Hatch, Joyce Alma, Central City, 235,
Hatch, Judith A., Davenport, 134, 268
Haughton, Ronald S., Waterloo, 206, 294
Hawbaker, Barbara Beth, VVest Point,
Hawn, Ann Elizabeth, Des Moines, 22,
100, 211, 217, 270, 294-
Hayashi, Clare T., Kealakekua, Hawaii,
227, 266, 294
Hayes, Glenna Marie, Newton, 247
Haynes, Linda Carol, Tama, 235
Hays, Robert Milton, Secane, Penn., 148,
149, 201, 294
Hazlett, James Allen, Monona, 294
Heard, Carolyn June, Iowa Falls, 294
Heaton, Constance Ruth, Davenport, 212,
Heaton, John Edward, Central City, 186
Heick, Judith Ann, Spirit Lake, 224
Heinze, Shirley Mae, Pleasantville, 219
Heishman, Betty Ann, Malcom, 245
Heitman, John Daniel, Cedar Falls, 127,
Hekel, Mary P., Redfield, 234
Helt, James Paul, Cedar Falls, 294
Helwig, Linda Sue, Ottumwa, 247
Hemm, Ila Mae, Fairheld, 266, 294
Hemminger, John Allen, Harlan, 169, 278
Hemminger, VVilliam J., Rock Falls, Ill.,
Hemphill, David Louis, Marshalltown,
190, 282, 294
Hempy, Ilene Marie, Anamosa, 143, 219
Henderson, Cerue, Liberia, Africa, 47
Hendricks, Michael A., Tipton, 294
Hendrickson, Dennis L., Northwood, 122
Henn, Byron Griffeth, Manson, 142, 147,
149, 236, 249
Henn, Joseph Charles, Des Moines, 245
Henrich, Mary Kathryn, Akron, 137, 245
Henricks, Dale William, Hubbard, 294
Henriksen, Judith Ann, Renwick, 129, 142,
147, 149, 203, 209, 236, 295
Herbison, Jean Marjory, Christchurch,
New Zealand, 47
Hermanstorfer, Judy, Sigourney, 213, 295
Herrig, Margaret Ann, Sioux Rapids, 252
Hess, Roger M., VVestboro, Mo., 147, 149,
Hewicker, IlaJean, Marcus, 137, 140, 141,
230, 264, 295, 336
Hickman, Sandra Lea, VVinthrop, 156,
Higashi, Mildred Yayoi, Hawaii, 227
Hildebrandt, Frederick, Tripoli, 173
Hildebrandt, Joann, Sumner, 220
Hill Barbara Jo, Bettendorf, 147, 148, 149
Hill Carolyn Ileen, Manly, 295
Hill Charles Delano, VVaterloo, 169
Hill Charles Forrest, Dysart, 226
Janet Marie, Manly, 144, 244
Robert James, Norwalk, 295
Hilleman, Dixie Lee, Marshalltown, 238
Hilmer, Keith Allen, Marion, 125
Hinrichsen, Joan P., Swea City, 250
Hintze, David Alan, Newhall, 252
Hirano, Edith Ritsuko, Los Angeles, Calif.,
Hironaka, Barbara J. N., Honolulu, Ha-
waii, 227, 230, 246
Hirt, James Russell, Iowa City, 173
Hoelscher, Rodger VV., Ames, 141, 249
Hoemann, Steven Paul, Hammond, Ind.,
Hoeper, Marlene May, VVaverly, 241
Hoffman, Georgia Ann, Estherville, 147,
Hoffman, Patricia Jane, Hudson, 141, 219
Hoffmeier, Bruce Allan, Lowden, 252
Hofmeyer, Ronald James, Hospers, 212,
Hoganson, Dean Allan, VVallingford, 295
Hogue, Virginia Kay, Fort Dodge, 144,
147, 252, 295
Hohl, Myrna Ruth, Donnellson, 264
Hoing, Edward Daniel, Garwin, 295
Holbrook, Jerry R., Cedar Falls, 101, 175,
176, 178, 200, 186, 295
Holbrook, Steven T., VVaterloo, 141, 224,
Holden, Barbara Kay, VVashington, 147,
Holliday, Joan Frances, Cedar Falls, 238,
Hollis, Carolyn Ann, Waterloo, 272
Hollis, Marolyn Jean, VVaterloo, 272
Hollis, Patricia B., Cedar Falls, 295
Holmlund, Mary Lou, Lake Mills, 253
Holtz, Mary Elizabeth, Dysart, 234
Holub, Frances Marie, Central City, 245
Homolar, Janice Jane, Elberon, 233
Honnold, William, 190
Hood, Kellvyn Nelson, Cedar Falls, 295
Hood, Ronald D., VVoodbine, 146, 247,
Hook, Marlyn Lee, Dike, 179
Hook Shirley Darlene, Parkersburg, 149,
Horton, Loren Nelson, Cedar Falls, 207
Hoskins, Susan Arlene, Hubbard, 238
Hossack, Julie Ann, Sioux City, 141
Houlihau, Sharon F., Ackley, 258, 274
Houston, Janet Ellen, Osceola, 222, 270
Howard, Sandra Sue, Des Moines, 255,
258, 274, 295
Hoy, Robert Lee, Adel, 276, 295
Hoyer, Bonita Rae, Fort Dodge, 225, 252
Hrabak, Janet Segrid, Fort Dodge, 239
Hubbard, Murray P., Hubbard, 295
Hudek, Marian Frances, Havelock, 234
Huebner, Delphine L., Hawarden, 262
Huffman, Max Edward, Spencer, 190
Hugg, Harry Ralph, Burlington, 282
Hughes, Carol Jean, Charles City, 249
Hughes, Dennis Ervin, Des Moines, 134,
Hughes, Gary Melvin, Spencer, 278
Hughes, Mary Ann, Des Moines, 144
Hughes, Marynel, VVinfield, Ill., 148, 149,
Hulet, Joanne Kay, Austin, Minn., 240,
Hull, Linda Lucille, Ankeny, 239
Humke, Marjorie Louise, Ackley, 134, 205
Humphry, Carol L., Belvidere, Ill., 143,
Hundling, Marjorie Sue, Breda, 144
Hunt, Barbara Ann, Greeley, 226
Hunt, Donna Jean, Clear Lake, 222, 295
Hunter, Maridee, Gowrie, 220, 223, 254
Huntoon, Martha Irene, Burlington, 266
Hurd, Brenda Lee, Maynard, 225, 295
Hurst, Marilyn Lenore, Redfield, 247
Hursey, Shirley Jean, Burlington, 243, 254
Huseman, G. Lucille, Schaller, 268
Huseman, Martin G., Schaller, 165, 276
Hushagen, John Paul, Cedar Falls, 146
Huston, Sam Richard, Cedar Falls, 282,
Hutchins, James H., Sioux City, 141
Hutchins, Robert Ray, Sioux City, 295
Hutchison, Bernard D., Martensdale, 190
Hutzell, Karen R. B., Cedar Falls, 230
Hutzell, Laurence A., Algona, 201, 295
Hyatt, Bonnie Jean, Goldfield, 144, 225,
Hyde, Julia Marie, Garnavillo, 218, 296
Hynd, Brenda, 208
Ide, Mary Helen, Cedar Falls, 144
Iida, Mae Meiko, Pahala, Hawaii, 227,
Indlecoffer, Sally Jo, Dayton, 296
Ingraham, Larry Harold, Marshalltown,
131, 134, 276
Ingvoldstad, Mary E., Decorah, 264
Inman, Larry Everett, Shelby, 296
Innes, Judith Lee, Gladbrook, 233, 296
Irey, Marilyn Jean, West Liberty, 143,
Irving, Peggy Marie, Blairsburg, 147, 237
Isenberger, Janet D., Hudson, 225
Ito, Hiroyoshi, Tokyo, Japan, 47
Jackson, James Raymond, Spencer, 173
Jackson, Mary Ann, Des Moines, 144, 260
Jacob, Vicky Kay, Bettendorf, 272
Jacobs, John Charles, VVaterloo, 147, 149,
Jacobsen, William M., Cedar Falls, 131
Jacobson, Gwendolyn K., Nevada, 219, 263
Jacobsen, Jacqueline, Exira, 134, 240, 264
Jacobson, William C., Story City, 137
James, Janice Irene, Cedar Rapids, 272,
Jeffries, Kathleen Mae, Fort Dodge, 222
Jenkins, Carl Rex, Oskaloosa, 136, 137,
Jenkinson, Phillip H., Des Moines, 282
Jennett, Donna Mae, VVinfield, 141, 144,
Jennings, Janice Marie, Chariton, 248
Jennings, Natalie Jean, Cedar Falls, 268
Jensen, Carol Anna, Madrid, 229, 235
Jensen, Charlotte G., Waterloo, 199, 228
Jensen, David Chris, Charles City, 180,
Jensen, Joyce Frandsen, Cedar Falls, 296
Jensen, Karleen K., Hampton, 143
Jensen, Rex Allen, Jesup, 143
Jepsen, Sharon Kay, Correctionville, 252
Jesberg, Barbara Ann, Farmington, 219
Jessen, Ronald Martens, Creston, 179
Jewell, Nancy Ann, Percival, 296
Joens, Kathryn Ann, Toledo, 270
Johnson, Cleone E., Red Oak, 216, 253
Johnson, Darlene Faye, Swea City, 250
Johnson, Elizabeth C., Belmond, 141, 144,
Johnson, Gordon Leroy, Klemme, 280, 296
Johnson, Joanne Claire, Clinton, 144, 248
Johnson, K. C., 186
Johnson, Karin E., Clinton, 142, 156, 233,
Kelley, VVilliam C., Marshalltown, 221
Kellogg, Sandra Kay, Madrid, 266
Kelly, Carol Jean, Cherokee, 118, 129,
219, 262, 297
Kelly, John Howard, Boone, 282, 297
Kelly, Lawrence L., Cedar Rapids, 142,
Kennedy, Donna Irene, Sac City, 270
Kent, Barbara June, Sioux City, 219, 253
Kent, Walter Leon, Webster City, 213
Keppy, Carmene Dorothy, Davenport, 219
Kern, Shirley Ann, Collins, 218
Kersenbrock, Sharon K., VVaterloo, 231
Kessler, Paula Kathryn, Oxford, 235, 245
Khan, Abdul Haq, Buland Shahr, India,
Johnson, Kathryn Mae, Clinton, 142, 233,
Johnson, Loren Phaffle, Bakersfield, Calif.,
Johnson, Maryellen, Belmond, 296
Johnson, Richard Carl, Fort Dodge, 296
Johnson, Robert Thomas, Fort Dodge, 296
Johnson, Sandra Clare, Spirit Lake, 254
Johnson, Thomas Peter, Fort Dodge, 224
Johnston, Joanne, Hudson, 296
Johnston, Joanne June, Waterloo, 229
, Judith E., Alta, 230, 264
, Ronald Dean, Lake City, 146
Johnstone, William R., Boone, 169
Jones, Beverly Jean, Rudd, 118, 233, 296
Jones, Doris Ann, Williamsburg, 220
Jones, George Michael, Cedar Falls, 250
Jones, Jerry Rodrian, Cedar Falls, 221
Jones, Kathryn Dornan, Des Moines, 143,
Jones, Lola May, Manly, 232, 264
Jones, Paul Duane, Danville, 131, 296
Jones, Ruth Marie, Kent, 219
Kimata, Pearl Takako, Kahului, Hawaii,
King, Christine B., Jefferson City, Mo.,
King, Ann Maude, Centerville, 128, 129,
King, John Paul, Fort Dodge, 190, 200,
King, Juanita Lillian, Quimby, 241, 297
Kingery, Judith L. Hays, Cedar Falls,
ry, Larry Robert, Cedar Falls, 204,
Kinnaman, Edward A., VVaterloo, 245
Kinne, James Russell, Atlantic, 146, 222,
Kinne, VVilliam Burton, Atlantic, 297
Kinney, Eleanor Jean, Bondurant, 250
Kinsinger, Constance E., Ottumwa, 101,
Jordan, Marilyn Joyce, Coon Rapids, 143
Jorgensen, Jo Ann, Clinton, 208, 222, 260
Josephson, Duane C., New Hampton, 175
Joslyn, Marcia Hill, Cedar Falls, 239
Joy, Rhonda Marie, Stacyville, 252
Judge, Anne Elizabeth, Ames, 233, 243,
Jugenheimer, Marilyn F., VValcott, 134,
205, 255, 266
Juhl, Raymond Paul, Cedar Falls, 278,
Jungman, Lester Dean, Van Meter, 101,
Justice, Richard L., Manchester, 201, 280
Justmann, Herbert N., Dubuque, 179
Kading, Thomas Leo, Knoxville, 247
Kahler, Elaine Dee, La Porte City, 144
Kaiser, Kathryn Ann, Dubuque, 165, 208,
Karamalla, Ahmed B., Sudan, Africa, 47
Karlson, Everett Leroy, Denver, 297
Kaufman, VVilliam R., Belmond, 190, 191,
Kaus, John, Cedar Falls, 297
Kauzlarich, Linda Jean, Des Moines, 149,
Keefe, Patricia Anne, Cedar Falls, 229
Keeney, Don Tarleton, Manly, 297
Keeney, Frances Joyce, Missouri Valley,
Kehoe, Larry, 186, 187
Keipp, Judy Ann, Colfax, 144
Keith, Margaret Maroa, Burt, 250
Kellams, Peter Hill, Marion, 280, 297
Kelley, Barbara Ann, Burlington, 129,
149, 209, 217, 247, 297
Kinzler, A. Richard, Waterloo, 141, 142,
Kirk, Ann Kathryn, VVaterloo, 274
Kitzman, Arthur Glen, What Cheer, 143,
Kjellberg, Roger Carl, Ruthven, 237
Klaessy, Richard Lynn, Fort Dodge, 203,
Klemme, Douglas VV., Osceola, 280
Klemuk, Thomas Dale, Cedar Falls, 282
Klenzman, Karlyn D., VVaverly, 223, 274,
Klindt, Connie Kay, Harlan, 254
Klinker, Eloise Jane, Decorah, 270
Kloostra, Duane Robert, Cedar Falls, 252
Kluiter, Sylvia Ann, Parkersburg, 223,
248, 250, 297
Kluver, Eleanor Irene, Crystal Lake, 241
Kluver, Glenys Eva, Crystal Lake, 241
Knapp, Barbara Janet, Waterloo, 142, 219
Knauss, Jerry Roger, Guthrie Center, 146
Knierim, Jeanette Fae, Dunlap, 297
Knight, Lee Lewis, Cherokee, 222
Knock, Dave Dean, Parkersburg, 228, 282
Knoll, Richard Joseph, Dougherty, 146,
Knudson, Annette Sonja, Sioux City, 199,
Knudson, Lyle Eugene, Manilla, 134, 200
Koch, Sandra Kay, Davenport, 141, 224,
230, 243, 255, 268, 298
Koike, Kay Sumi, Kekaha, Hawaii, 298
Kolhof, Carlotta, Lee, Council Bluffs, 229,
Kollman, Daryl James, VVaterloo, 199
Kolpek, Paul Fred, Traer, 245
Koob, Robert Duane, Cedar Falls, 127,
203, 206, 298
Koontz, Vella Annette, La Porte City,
Koopman, Carol S., Minneapolis, Minn.,
Korbelik, Barbara Jean, Davenport, 147,
Kortemeyer, William L., VVaterloo, 135
Korzendorfer, Jerome T., VVaucoma, 298
Kost, Georgia Lee, Martelle, 219
Kramer, Ilene Ruth, Clarksville, 219
Kramer, Karen Dene, George, 143, 248
Kramer, Marilyn Rose, Waukee, 139
Krause, Kathryn Faye, Cedar Falls, 229
Kraushaar, Janet Carol, Cedar Rapids,
Kreb, Eva Pauline, Reedley, Calif., 298
Kremenak, Pamela Marie, Clutier, 234,
Krob, Joanne Marie, Solon, 198, 298
Kroemer, Kenneth Paul, Lowden, 169,
200, 278, 29s
Kroemer, Leon Henry, Lowden, 173
Kroll, James Michael, Oak Lawn, Ill.,
Krommenhoek, Paul M., Sioux City, 173
Kropp, Carita Ann, Garner, 134, 268
Krumm, Ronald Francis, Grinnell, 298
Kubichek, Carolyn Faye, Blairstown, 147,
Kuennen, Rosemary, Waucoma, 144
Kuethe, Kathleen Mary, Sumner, 141,
Kuhl, Judith Kay, Manilla, 252, 298
Kuhl, Kathleen Rae, Miles, 241, 245
Kuhlman, Ronald Ray, Hubbard, 219,
228, 249, 298
Kunkel, Robert Earl, Des Plaines, Ill.,
Kuntz, Alice Ingeborg, Lisbon, 142, 224,
Kunz, George Philip, Cedar Falls, 203,
Laasch, Thomas Robert, Calamus, 219,
Lacock, Mary Rose, Cedar Falls, 214
Lacoste, Betty Burzett, Floyd, 205, 214,
Lacoste, Roger Edwin, Nora Springs, 298
Lake, Mary Elouise, Fort Dodge, 148, 233,
Lally, Gayle Marie, Dysart, 234, 245
Landon, Charles Victor, Leon, 146, 229,
Lane, Bill Lee, Davenport, 131, 139, 252
Lane, Jud Delbert, Manchester, 249
Lane, Robert Louis, Preston, 230, 254
Lang, Carroll Dennis, Cedar Falls, 143,
222, 224, 253
Lang, Donald Dean, Shenandoah, 134, 190
Lang, Ronald Gene, Shenandoah, 134, 190
Langenwatter, Nancy Gross, Cedar Falls,
Lantow, Carol Tremaine, Grand Junction,
Larson, Douglas Harold, Anamosa, 173
Larson, Edgar Leo, Elkader, 278
Larson, Janice Marlene, Cedar Rapids,
Larson, Judith Louise, Stratford, 250, 253
Larson, Karen Kay, Albia, 141, 220
Larson, Keith VVilliam, Thompson, 245,
Larson, Richard George, Aurelia, 249
Latham, Doris Loraine, Oskaloosa, 141,
144, 147, 149, 224
Lau, Cozette E., Klemme, 134, 230, 258,
Lear, Lois Agnes, Waterloo, 148
Lee, Karen Kay, Fremont, 139, 143, 266
Lee, Mary Ann, Des Moines, 101, 128,
132, 141, 198, 203, 210, 217, 219, 238,
247, 266, 299
Leen, Mary R., Gerdes, Cedar Falls, 299
Lefebvre, James Leroy, Mapleton, 201, 276
Leggett, Judith Ann, Clinton, 120, 132,
Lehmkuhl, Charles G., Fairbank, 204, 237
Lein, Bruce Lyle, Des Moines, 175
Leistikow, Barbara Ann, Waterloo, 147,
Lemon, Nell Janette, Chariton, 143, 299
Lensing, Judy Mary, Ft. Atkinson, 222
Lenz, Linda Katherine, Mt. Vernon, 141,
Leslie, Mary Marie, VVaterloo, 240, 241,
Lester, Carole, 164
Letchford, Gary Lee, Jesup, 147, 149
Leto, Robert Joseph, Des Moines, 219, 245
Letts, Gary Grove, Ainsworth, 221
Lewallen, James C., Hammond, Ind., 185
Lewis, Leslie Alan, Coon Rapids, 134
Libersky, Patricia J., St. Ansgar, 252, 272
Lidtka, Linda Jean, Grinnell, 144, 253,
Lienemann, John Paul, Van Meter, 252
Lind, Jean Margaret, Manchester, 230,
Lindemann, Jonette L., Grand Mound,
Linder, David Alan, Iowa City, 190, 282
Lindstrom, Patricia A., Kiron, 248
Linke, Judith Alline, Davenport, 144
Livingston, Judith Lee, Montezuma, 134
Lockrem, Kay Ann, Thompson, 253
Loehr, Diane Coleen, VVaterloo, 228
Loehr, Nancy Lee, VVaterloo, 270
Loeschen, Gordon E., Mason City, 299
Logan, Edward Patrick, Melrose, 245
Logan, Judith Ann, Melrose, 228, 234, 245
Logsdon, Sammy Lynn, Marble Rock, 134,
148, 149, 201, 226, 276
Long, David, Henry, Algona, 228, 231,
Long, Diane Kay, Whitten, 299
Long, Michael Frank, Belmond, 278
Longaker, Mary Sue, Marion, 219
Longhenry, Anna Louise, Boone, 199
Lorenzen, Audrey Kay, Ida Grove, 144,
Love, Cathy Ann, VVaterloo, 141
Lowe, VVilliam Richard, Paris, Tenn., 175
Lowery, Delbert, Grundy Center, 186
Lowery, Lucinda Liitts, Buckeye, 230, 299
Ludtke, Beatrice Joan, Davenport, 212,
Luecht, Sara Ann, Nora Springs, 239
Luedtke, Janet Claire, Traer, 299
Lund, Jane Anne, Laurens, 231, 247
Lundie, Martha Jean, Dumont, 144
Lundt, Rita Kay, Dougherty, 249, 250
Lundvall, Gloria M., Davenport, 249
Lupardus, Thomas J., Guthrie Center,
142, 147, 245
Lutz, Raymond George, Shenandoah, 125,
Lutz, Robert Louis, Donnellson, 149, 230,
Lutz, William Charles, Omaha, Neb., 243,
Lykins, Barbara Ann, VVaterloo, 238
Lynch, Dennis Patrick, Cedar Falls, 228
Maas, Alan James, New Hartford, 134
Maass, Ralph Henry, Waterloo, 280
Macomber, Charlotte A., Portland, Ore.,
Macon, Gary Ray, Cedar Falls, 147
Madden, Carol Jeanette, Long Grove,
220, 234, 247
Madill, Barbara Ann, Gilman, 144, 249
Magel, Janet, Burlington, 25, 163
Magnussen, Ruby Ann, Larrabee, 234
Mago, Ram Nath, Delhi, India, 47
Maher, Robert Joseph, Cedar Falls, 299
Makino, Gladys Kiyomi, Wailuku, Hawaii,
Malley, Barbara Ann, Keota, 144
Mangold, Linda Jean, Ryan, 134, 237,
Manley, Thomas Leroy, VVaterloo, 147,
Mann, Barbara Maree, Northbrook, Ill.,
204, 205, 237, 245
Manship, Richard Lewis, Charles City,
Mapes, Mary Aileen, Elberon, 198
Markley, VVard Lawrence, Clinton, 125,
189, 190, 200, 282
Marks, Ronald Frank, Jefferson, 299
Marr, Jackson Lee, Clinton, 122, 259, 282
Marske, Janice Carolyn, Eldora, 252
Martin, Carol Ellen, Bennett, 141
Martin, Charlotte I., VVest Union, 222
Martin, Martha Pearl, Emmetsburg, 142,
Martin, Mary Lou, Laurens, 144, 235, 245
Martin, Mary Margaret, Mason City, 141,
Martin, Ralph Clyde, Cedar Falls, 278,
Martin, Ronald Paul, Des Plaines, Ill.,
Marvel VVilliam, 173
Matala Raymond, 221
Matern, Carlene Martha, Garner, 233, 245
Mathes, Joy Ann, Barnes City, 144, 233,
Mathisson, Judith Ann, Ames, 101, 134,
203, 210, 217, 258, 268, 299
Matsui, Jeannette S., Lanai City, Hawaii,
250, 268, 299
Matsui, Jerold M., Lanai City, Hawaii,
Matsuura, June Katsue, Lanai, Hawaii,
Matthews, Mary E., Baxter, 254
Mattocks, Diane Kay, VVadena, 223, 250,
Mattox, Larry Neil, Clarksville, 149
Maxwell, Carol Ann, Fort Madison, 142,
May, Ruth Ann, Waterloo, 255
Mbamara, Boniface Nwok, Orlu Br VV,
McBride, Joseph M., Oelwein, 219, 276,
McCall, Mary Jane, Castana, 144
McCalley, Gerald R., Independence, 300
McClelland, Marilyn I., Des Moines, 134,
157, 239, 241, 268
McClorey, Linda Lou, Geneseo, Ill., 238
McComb, Geneva Mae, Randalia, 224
McConnell, Karen June, Washington, 144
McCool, Robert R., Guthrie Center, 175,
McCorkle, Nancy Mae, Independence, 234,
McCoy, Arnold Lee, Longview, Texas,
McCoy, Joanne Powers, Cedar Falls, 203,
McCoy, John Jerome, Cedar Falls, 203,
McCrea, Joyce Marjorie, Cedar Falls,
McCreedy, Shirley E., Waterloo, 223
McCulley, Roger Dean, Shellsburg, 125,
McElroy, Margaret E., Burlington, 253
McFerren, Terry Ann, Britt, 223
McGinty, Eleanor Jean, New Hartford,
Mcllrath, Nancy Ellen, Cedar Rapids,
134, 249, 300
Mclntire, Rose, Rolfe, 141, 255
McKay, Gary Lester, Gibson, 143, 146
McKeever, Jeanette M., Linn Grove, 234
McKinney, Jerry Eugene, Des Moines,
McLuen, Marilyn Elaine, Stuart, 230
McMurry, Sharon Kae, Jefferson, 143, 239
McNeal, Gertrude Ann, Des Plaines, Ill.,
McNeese, Shirley A., Britt, 248
McNeilus, Jimmie Lee, Marble Rock, 278
McNutt, Mary Jane, Mitchell, 134, 266
McShane, Virginia Ruth, VVaukon, 235
Meeks, Adria Margaret, Martelle, 134,
Meeks, Andria Lillian, Martelle, 134, 204,
205, 226, 237, 254
Meewes, Ralph Russell, Dike, 300
Meggers, Luane Fay, Reinbeck, 268, 300
Meisner, Faith L., Cedar Falls, 133, 134,
Mendell, Karla Lee, Rockwell, 147, 149
Mendez, Franklin T., Panama Republic,
Menke, Donald Lynn, Archer, 300
Menken, Mari Ann, Greene, 139, 222, 253
Merkel, Gary Leroy, Mason City, 221
Merrick, Joan Eloise, Marble Rock, 147,
Merritt, Patricia Ann, VVest Des Moines,
MesKimen, James, 190
Messer, Robert, 207
Messersmith, Mark H., New Hampton,
Metz, Mary Linda, Sutherland, 144
Mews, Mary Louise, VVilliamsburg, 252
Meyer, Esther Mae, VVellsburg, 300
Meyer, Jean Rae, Oelwein, 142, 223
Meyer, Kathleen Louise, Riverside, 143,
Meyer, Sally Elaine, Davenport, 239, 246
Meyers, Judith Marie, Bettendorf, 300
Michel, Daryl L., Cedar Falls, 146
Mickey, Lee Ross, Cedar Falls, 259, 278
Mikesell, Larry Frank, Knoxville, 139, 247,
Mikesh, Raymond F., Decorah, 211, 224
Miles, Nancy Ruth, Centerville, 141, 230,
Millard, Gerald Gene, Jeiferson, 300
Milleman, Thomas J., Spencer, 129, 130,
134, 221, 245, 280, 300
Miller Carol Joye, Bettendorf, 235
Miller, Diane Lou, Waterloo, 143
Miller, Donald Peter, Strasburg, N. D.,
Miller Eugene Murphy, Sidney, 278
Miller Gary Lee, Muscatine, 144, 237,
Miller Gary L., Mason City, 148
Miller Gene Lafrance, Cedar Rapids, 181,
Miller, Jeanette L., Fontanelle, 253
Miller, Jimmy Dean, Cedar Falls, 190
Miller, Judith L., Davenport, 238
Miller, Max Morley, Fontanelle, 173
Miller Neale Edward, Cedar Falls, 300
Miller Phyllis Jean Washington, 235, 254
Miller, Ruth Ellen, Davenport, 141
Miller, Sueann, Boone, 245
Miller, William Kent, Mason City, 134,
Milligan, Ann Louise, Davenport, 157
Minnick, Phil Dale, Iowa City, 173
Minnick, Teddy Lee, Iowa City, 169, 200
Minnis, William E., Riceville, 228, 249
Mintle, Dennis Ross, Malcom, 201, 300
Missman, Charles H., VVoden, 137
Mitchell, D. Ella Estel, Maywood, Ill.,
144, 248, 250
Mitchell, Marilyn M., Riverside, 237, 249
Mitchell, Nancy Lee, Indianola, 255
Mitchell, Patrick John, Osage, 169, 200,
Mitchell, Rochester A., Maywood, Ill.,
Mitchem, Kathryn L., Marshalltown, 101,
128, 132, 134, 147, 149, 203, 214, 217,
220, 223, 256, 300
Mitze, Jayne Alace, Cedar Falls, 246
Mixdorf, Hilbert, Jr., Dunkerton, 301
Mixdorf, Marlys, Shellrock, 219, 301
Moeding, John E., Thor, 301
Moeller, Lois D., Fairbank, 134, 205, 226,
229, 252, 262, 301
Moeller, Susan Kay, St. Ansgar, 147, 149
Mogensen, Susan Ann, Stanhope, 147, 149,
Mokricky, Victor, Dallas Center, 276
Molle, Carol Ann, Jefferson, 237
Molson, Katheryn Anne, Des Moines, 245
Monroe, Joann May, VVaterville, 260, 301
Montgomery, Bruce R., Dubuque, 173
Montz, David Ray, Estherville, 141
Moody, Keith Leroy, Vinton, 282, 301
Moon, Jessica Glenn, Stamford, Conn.,
Moore Carla J., Anita, 203, 301
Moore John Alan, Ankeny, 146, 278
Moore, Roger, 207
Moore, Ronald Griflith, Cedar Falls, 207,
Moore, Sheri Ann, Otranto, 233, 268
Moore, VVilliam James, Davenport, 164,
Morden, Robert Dean, Scranton, 206, 301
Mordini, Tullio Robert, Cedar Falls, 301
Morgan, Janice Kay, Cedar Falls, 135,
Morningstar, Janice L., Lisbon, 272
Morris, Vilas Lester, Cedar Falls, 207
Morse, Kay A., Sioux City, 254
Moses, Robert Lee, Des Moines, 131, 301
Mullen, Denny Benson, Charles City, 173
Mullins, Janet Rae, Chariton, 219, 248,
Mumm, Nancy Jean, Council Bluffs, 241
Munn, Janis Marlene, Melbourne, 260,
Murdock, Joyce Dee, Central City, 230
Murphy, Donald Eugene, Cedar Falls,
Murphy, Francis C., Parnell, 245
Murray, John Richmond, Cedar Falls, 280
Myers, Barbara Jean, Coulter, 241
Nagai, Jeanette S., Hilo, Hawaii, 268, 301
Nahnsen, Lois Rae, Paton, 252
Namba, Betty Kazuko, Pahoa, Hawaii,
Natzke, Clark David, Cedar Falls, 224,
Natzke, Kirk Roland, Cedar Falls, 237
Navara, Gerald Otis, Marshalltown, 301
Ndungu, James Wainaina, Ft. Hall,
Kenya, Africa, 47, 255
Neal, Janet Sue, Nevada, 277
Needham, Shirley Jean, Villisca, 223
Neihauer, Mary Cecelia, Hampton, 266
Neil, Doris Marie, Fairbank, 301
Nelson, Faye Carol, Garden City, 270,
Nelson, Jannes Mae, Des Moines, 148
Nelson, Sterling Bawn, VVaterloo, 250
Neumann, Judith Mae, Davenport, 225,
Neuenhoren, Duane, 186
Newhouse, Nancy A., Decorah, 101, 142,
218, 274, 301
Newland, Patricia L., Sioux Falls, S. D.,
238, 241, 274
Newton, Jerry, 186
Nichelson, Judy Ann, Dow City, 147, 149
Niebuhr, Linda D., Aurelia, 144, 223
Nielsen, David Ralph, Harlan, 146, 282
Nielsen, Judith Ann, Cedar Falls, 246
Nielsen, Paul Roy, Cedar Falls, 146
Nishimura, Ellen A., Hilo, Hawaii, 233
Nissen, Ellen Madeline, Davenport, 301
Nixon, Bryce Gordon, Fonda, 146, 219
Noack, Leonard Arthur, Clarion, 302
Noble, Jo Ann, Brooklyn, 272, 302
Noe, Rita Jean, Keokuk, 144
Noehren, Alvin Lee, Des Moines, 302
Noid, Patricia Ann, Marshalltown, 213,
Nojiri, Doris Mitsuko, Ookala, Hawaii,
Noland, Deborah Louise, Centerville, 142,
Noonkesser, William S., Cedar Falls, 200,
Nost, Marilyn Mae, Martelle, 229
Nost, Virginia Marie, Martelle, 134, 264
Nutting, Patricia Ann, Milo, 137
O'Banion, Margaret D., Waterloo, 144,
O'Boyle, Mary Louise, Hornick, 241
O'Connor, Margaret Ann, Lawler, 241,
Ogike, John Chukwunwik, Orlu, Nigeria
Oldsen, Carl Francis, Rockford, 134, 280
Olejniczak, Dennis, 186
Olhausen, Roger John, Hartley, 134, 259,
Olin, Barbara Kay, Cedar Falls, 229
Oliphant, Paul Richard, Pacific Junction,
Oliphant, Richard Gary, Albert Lea,
Olsen Ronnie Lee, Cedar Falls, 276
Olson, Linda Leneve, Boxholm, 144, 253
Olson Marilyn E., Cedar Falls, 248
Robert Owen, Muscatine, 221, 245,
Onishi, Elaine Misae, Hilo, Hawaii, 227
Orth, John Milton, Iowa City, 203, 302
Osgood, Sheila Marie, Glenview, Ill., 262
Otis, Mary Elizabeth, Forest City, 234,
O'Toole, Judith Jane, VVaterloo, 266
O'Toole, Marilyn E., Letts, 245, 302
Otto, Judith Ann, Gowrie, 241
Otto, Norma Jean, Aurelia, 252
Overland, Doris M., 143, 253
Overman, Barbara Marie, Rippey, 137,
Owens, John Francis, Cresco, 243
Owens, Kenneth Ralph, Cedar Falls, 185
Owens, Margaret Alice, Carlisle, 229
Page, David Kenneth, Ames, 109, 278
Paisley, Jean Ann, Independence, 134, 220,
Palmitier, Lloyd David, Eldora, 173
Pals, Vernon L., Meservey, 302
Pampel, Karen Louise, Williams, 264
Paris, Patricia Ann, Manchester, 224,
Park, Larry Delano, Ventura, 179, 252
Parker, Richard Bruce, Iowa City, 282
Parkes, Edward Russell, VVaterloo, 302
Parrish, VVallace Dale, Cedar Falls, 229
Parson, Steve Richard, Des Moines, 146,
Patten, Charles, Waterloo, 194
Pauley, Ronald, Vinton, 221
Paulk, Mary Eleanor, Harlan, 268, 302
Paulsen, Judy Janean, Scotch Grove, 147
Paulsen, Sheila Rae, Randalia, 147
Paulsen, Sherril, Lynn, Lowden, 134, 144,
Paulson, Judith Jean, Clermont, 302
Paulus, Mary Lucille, Rockford, 302
Paustian, Chris Albert, Stockton, 134
Paynter, Jayne A., Colfax, 144, 268
Payton, Sterling VVells, VVaterloo, 179
Peake, Patric Evan, Davenport, 139, 179
Pearson, Cora Lee, Gary, Ind., 239
Pease, Daniel Roy, Sumner, 142
Pease, Gary Lee, Sergeant Bluff, 144, 147,
Pecks, Betty Jane, Le Mars, 141
Pedersen, Lois Ann, Mason City, 302
Pennington, Hugh M., Beatrice, Neb.,
Perala, Ilona Florence, Virginia, Minn.,
223, 248, 250
Perrigo, Karen Ida May, Oak Forest, Ill.,
Perrin, Gary Ray, Cedar Rapids, 282
Perryman, Audrey June, Sioux City, 302
Peters, Joyce Marilyn, New Hampton, 302
Peters, Judith K., Cedar Falls, 147, 149
Peters, Marjorie Ann, Davenport, 148,
Peters, Thomas Anthony, Pocahontas, 245
Petersen, Dale F., Cedar Falls, 224, 302
Petersen, Glenn Allen, Tipton, 146
Petersen, Joyce Carol, Cedar Falls, 238
Petersen, Solveig E., Askov, Minn., 144,
Peterson, Barbara Anne, Austin, Minn.,
Peterson, Dorothy C., Coggon, 228
Peterson, Erma Joan, Gowrie, 254
Peterson, Glendon E., Swea City, 250
Peterson, Janet Elaine, Jewell, 134, 149,
Peterson, Janet Marie, Aurelia, 144
Peterson, John Charles, Waterloo, 135,
Peterson, Keith Eugene, Jewell, 148, 149,
Peterson, Peggy Elaine, Davenport, 238,
Petrusch, Ruth Ann, Marion, 147, 148,
Petted, Sandra Anne, Newton, 222
Pettit, Dean VVesley, Cedar Falls, 230,
Pettit, James DeVVayne, Cedar Rapids,
Petty, Patricia Jane, Wahkon, Minn., 250
Pfaff, Doris Ann, Sioux City, 214, 223,
Phillips, Sandra Jean, Cedar Rapids, 101,
129, 158, 225, 260, 303
Pickles, Jean, Cedar Falls, 303
Leroy James, Cedar Falls, 303
Pierson, Mary Carolyn, Mediapolis, 245
k, Richard D., Waterloo, 148
argaret Ann, Cedar Falls, 134,
Sharon Ann, Rochester, Minn.,
rnard Carl, Independence, 147
tricia Ann, Osage, 225, 303
Plager, George G., Polk City, 101, 130,
203, 210, 276, 303
Plate, Evelyn Louise, Ottumwa, 250
Platt, Ronald Dean, Newell, 147, 280
Pletcher, Richard E., Cedar Falls, 199
Pletz, Barbara Anne, Jefferson City, Mo.,
Plorins, Ziedonis, Cedar Falls, 276
Podhajsky, Stanley P., Traer, 303
Pollard, Gary Lee, Osage, 185
Poore, Holly Jo, Atlantic, 132
Poppen, Jean Helen, Manson, 235
Powell, Dorothy Ann, Le Mars, 262, 303
Powell, Patricia Kay, Le Mars, 134, 219,
Powers, Kathleen Marie, Fort Dodge, 245
Powers, Nancy Ann, Indianola, 245
Pratt, James Lloyd, Algona, 135, 137
Pray, John Francis, Prole, 245
Price, Karen Kay, Iowa Falls, 147, 149,
Price, Leroy Dean, Cedar Falls, 303
Prichard, Jay Gordon, Fontanelle, 129,
Prince, John Lee, Carroll, 179
Prior, Aurelia L., Winterset, 141, 219,
Proctor, Vada Kay, Mason City, 303
Przychodzin, Dennis E., Cedar Falls, 179
Purrington, Jean Paula, Faribault, Minn.,
Purvis, Barbara Kay, Iowa Falls, 249
Purvis, Ronald Bruce, Iowa City, 139,
Quackenbush, Robert E., Vinton, 255
Quick, Larry Carlisle, Stratford, 282, 303
Quick, Sandra Sue, Davenport, 209, 217,
Quigley, Sandra Kay, Davenport, 241
Raffensperger, John M., Coralville, 169,
170, 189, 190, 200, 282, 303
Rampelberg, Bruce E., Rowan, 146
Ramsey, Richard Ralph, Osceola, 280, 303
Randles, Karen Ann, Ames, 144, 262
Ransom, Diane Lynn, VVaterloo, 260, 303
Ransom, Jean Ann, VVaterloo, 231
Rasmussen, Elaine L., Cedar Falls, 148
Rasmussen, Lou Ann, Marquette, Neb.,
141 230, 254
Rasmussen, Richard G., Audubon, 304
Rausch, Catherine M., Calmar, 149, 245
Rausenberger, Dick, H., Iowa Falls, 181,
Raver, Stephen Edward, Jefferson, 146,
Ray, Corinne Karla, Cedar Falls, 241
Ray, David, 186
Ray, David Allan, Cedar Falls, 304
Rayburn, Lee Edgar, Wilmington, Ill.,
Rayhons, Agnes E., Garner, 235, 245
Raynor, Carol Louise, Perry, 147
Reams, William Robert, Grinnell, 134,
221, 259, 280
Rechkemmer, Marlys Kay, Sumner, 144
Reed, Carolyn Kay, Boone, 143, 212, 247
Reed, Loren Vick, Sumner, 304
Reed, Patrick VVilliam, Fort Dodge, 129,
Reed, Phyllis Ann, North English, 272
Reeves, Robert Carl, VVaterloo, 148
Regnier, John O., Knoxville, 127
Reid, Charles Allan, Des Plaines, Ill., 169
Reid, Donald Ralph, Tama, 213, 219
Reif, Robert Steven, Kalona, 219, 248,
Reinecke, Carol Sue, Davenport, 270
Reinhardt, Eldon G., Webster City, 169,
Reisinger, Ronald Dean, Cedar Falls, 304
Rembold, Christoper J., Ainsworth, 147,
Remmert, Dennis Lemar, Mason City, 169
Renning, Judith Buschi, Shellrock, 304
Repp, Craig Clayton, Waverly, 276
Resewehr, Carol Ann, Clarence, 249
Riblett, Loren Eugene, Smith Center, Kan.,
Rice, Marijo, Creston, 214, 223, 304
Richards, Margaret I., Bridgewater, 249
Richardson, David Joe, Cedar Falls, 149,
Richardson, Mary E., Clarinda, 254
Richter, Beverly Jane, Titonka, 262, 304
Richter, Robert Duane, Cedar Falls, 244
Ridenour, Janice Ann, Rochester, Minn.,
Ridgway, Janice Marie, Clinton, 241
Riebe, Harvey A., 207
Riebe, Rosemary Alene,
Riehn, Anna L., Boone,
Riherd, David VVilliam,
Rimrodt, Richard John,
Cedar Falls, 262
144, 212, 304
Belle Plaine, 219,
Rinard, Julia Kay, Cedar Rapids, 253
Rinehart, Karl Vance, Cedar Falls, 199,
Rinehart, Susan Smith, Cedar Falls, 199,
Risdahl, Gerald Earl, Cresco, 280, 304
Riseling, Robert L., Cedar Falls, 222
Ritchey, Evelyn Ann, Des Moines, 144,
Robertson, Wayne Allen, Lyle, Minn.,
Robey, Sarah Ann, Malsom, 245
Rochleau, Carolyn Jean, Algona, 252
Rock, Sally Lue, Avoca, 258, 264
Rod, Dorothy Marie, Des Moines, 225,
Roderick, Ron Raymond, Cedar Falls, 304
Rodgers, Barbara Jean, Pilot Mound, 274,
Rodish, Mary Jane, VVest Des Moines, 235
Roe, Robert Andrew, Parnell, 304
Rogers, Harry Edwin, Northwood, 146
Rogers, Janet Arlene, Marshalltown, 266,
Rogers, Marcia P., Cedar Falls, 239
Rokes, Dorothy A. Zirat, Cedar Falls, 304
Rolison, Eleanor Ann, Eddyville, 149
Roscoe, Carol Jean, Miami, Fla., 223
Rose, David Aloysius, Clinton, 276
Rosenau, Sandra Kay, VVaverly, 238, 253
Rosonke, Jerome R., New Hampton, 199,
200, 210, 245, 304
Ross, Delene Ruth, Arlington, S. D., 250,
Roth, Donna Diane, Cedar Rapids, 144
Roth, Jean Helen, Davenport, 245
Roth, Judith Ann, Carroll, 238, 245
Rottunda, Gail Corinne, Sioux City, 233,
Rouleau, Christy Irene, Ft. Madison, 245
Rowe, Gordon Neil, Knoxville, 276, 221,
Rowedder, Myra Joan, Manilla, 270
Rowland, Frances L., Ankeny, 262
Rowley, Kathryn, Emmetshurg, 246
Rowray, David Lee, Waverly, 173
Rubek, Ronald Norman, Cedar Rapids,
Ruch, Ronald Walter, Vail, 131
Rucker, Ladonna Kay, Iowa Falls, 225,
Rudloff, Leon Michael, Farmington, Mo.,
Runchey, John Lyle, West Bend, 245, 276
Rupert, Judith Ann, Ida Grove, 305
Rupp, Ruth Lee, Ladora, 141
Ruroden, Dixie Lou, Postville, 219, 253
Russell, James Douglas, Jefferson, 131,
142, 147, 149, 219, 247
Russell, Margaret M., Cedar Falls, 148
Ruthstrom, Sharon L., Cedar Falls, 218,
Rutledge, Joel Gilbert, Cedar Falls, 305
Ryan, Delmar Duane, Osage, 250, 305
Ryan, Francis Maurice, Corning, 169, 305
Ryan, Patricia Ann, Manley, 305
Ryon, June Harriet, Laurens, 134, 209,
Sabatka, Sharon Kay, Soldier, 208, 222,
Sackville, Nancy Gail, Hampton, 132, 274,
Sally, Thomas John, Newton, 146, 181
Salvadori, Daniela M., Austin, Texas, 47
Schreiner, Sandra Mae, Sioux City, 144,
Schrodt, Margaret Ann, Des Moines, 118,
222, 272, 306
Schroeder, Judith Wyn, Sioux City, 143
Schroeder, Karen Jo, Sioux City, 230, 266,
Schroeder, Lawrence H., Cedar Falls, 306
Schroeder, Shirley L. M., Clayton, 228,
Schubert, Joyce Elaine, Britt, 134, 272
Schuldt, J11dith Ann, Garner, 270
Schuldt, Marietta Mae, Tripoli, 219, 253
Schultz, Gary Allen, Oconomowoc, WVis.,
Marvin VVray, Cedar Falls, 248,
Merrill H., Cedar Falls, 248, 250
Simester, Lynette Rhae, Dunkerton, 144
Simmons, Marcia Gene, Aurora, Ill., 134
, Stephen Paul, Eldora, 101, 142,
201, 276, 306
Simons, Sylvia Nan, Eldora, 249
Singer, Joanne Elise, Sioux City, 235
Slitor, James Lewis, VVaukon, 280
Sloter, Donald Edmund, Corwith, 306
Smid, Georgia Kay, George, 219
Samson, Glenda Lea, Colfax, 266
Sanborn, Barbara Kay, Sioux City, 208,
Sand, Richard Henry, Center Point, 245
Sandvig, Donna Jean, VVebster City, 129,
Sanford, Darnell Hulen, Harvey, Ill., 169
Sanford, James Gordon, Fort Dodge, 181,
Sarsgaard, Janice M., Davenport, 305
Sasaki, Kathleen R., Lihue, Hawaii, 227
Sattari, Esfandiar, Shimran, Iran, 47
Sattizahn, Kay Louise, Clinton, 120, 268
Sauer, Sandra Jean, VVaterloo, 268
Savage, Richard E., Ottumwa, 175
Sawtell, Lois Elaine, Ames, 144, 209, 236,
Sawyer, Phyllis Irene, Princeton, 147, 149
Saylor, Karen Marie, Clarion, 268
Saylor, Karen, 250
Saylor, Jane Margaret, Waterloo, 219
Schaefer, Kennon VVayne, Sheffield, 250
Schaefer, Lore Sophie, Cedar Falls, 203,
Schaeffer, Gene John, Leland, 254
Schaeffer, Roger VV., Leland, 237, 254, 305
Schager, Janet Ann, Alden, 260
Schaible, Wesley L., Laurens, 125, 147,
Schaumburg, Michael C., Des Moines, 146,
Schenken, Larry Lane, Cedar Rapids, 137
Scheuermann, Roy L., Ames, 173
Scheuermann, Tom Leroy, Ames, 134, 228,
Schiefer, Lora Lee, Burlington, 157, 239,
Schilling, Kenneth Jay, Jefferson, 134, 229
Schirck, Marilyn F., Carroll, 149, 245
Schlesselman, Jane Ann, Aurora, 144
Schley, Robert Buell, Cedar Rapids, 282
Schlicher, Jenifer Rae, Cedar Falls, 134,
Schlicher, John Edward, Cedar Falls, 101,
206, 210, 276, 305
Schlorholtz, Mildred R., Breda, 305
Schmeiser, Barbara Ann, Wapello, 222
Schmeiser, Ruth Alice, Wapello, 262, 305
Schmelzer, Madelyn E., 305
Schmicher, Barbara A., Cedar Falls, 133,
Schmidt, Allan John, Williamsburg, 252
Schmidt, Philip Lorenz, Waterloo, 252
Schmitz, Karen Kay, Urbana, 241, 274
Schnicker, John Howard, Washington, 282
Scbnittjer, Carl Joe, Delhi, 142
Schoeman, Marilyn Ruth, Cedar Falls, 144,
157, 235, 272
Schomer, Sharon Marie, Omaha, Neb., 268
Schott, Dorothy Leann, Joice, 258, 260
Schotter, James Henry, Cedar Falls, 306
Schrad, Judith Ann, Carroll, 134
Schrader, Jeraldeen K., Hudson, 132, 216,
219, 229, 247
Schrage, Judith Sue, Eagle Grove, 233,
Schultz, Gary Gene, Ottosen, 178, 248
Schultz, Karen Louise, Oconomowoc, VVis.,
, Nancy Anne, Rinard, 250
Schultz, Paula Vicki, VVaterloo, 154, 239
Schultz, Robbye E., Ackley, 255
Schultz, Ruth Elaine, Waterloo, 306
Schumacker, Nancy Ann, Sheffield, 306
Schutt, Richard Carl, Mason City, 221,
Schwartz, VVilliam J., Ottumwa, 109, 178,
Schwarzenbach, Paula R,, Lake Park, 147
Schwestka, Dean C., Cedar Falls, 306
Scott, John Stephen, Waterloo, 143
Scott, Richard Dean, Eldora, 101, 147,
148, 149, 201, 306
Seamans, Regene Kaye, Rowley, 144, 254
Searle, Dennis Harlow, Cedar Falls, 178
Sears, Richard Phillip, VVaterloo, 143
Seckington, Larry Lee, Creston, 125, 282
Secrist, Rose Mae, New Hampton, 233
Seehusen, Margaret J., Monticello, 239
Seeland, Joann Louise, St. Olaf, 237
Seifert, Keith Emil, Wheatland, 178
Sell, Allan David, Cedar Falls, 306
Senti, Anne Marie, Fort Madison, 137
Sernett, Laureen Lavon, Hampton, 252
Severson, Carol Agnes, St. Ansgar, 147,
Shank, Leland Dale, Cedar Falls, 208, 222
Shannon, John Robert, Waterloo, 130, 225
Shannon, Mary Patricia, Cedar Falls, 133,
Shaw, Cecil Taylor, Aurora, Ill., 278
Shea, Carol Ann, Menlo, 245
Sheeley, Jerry Paul, VVinthrop, 245
Shehan, John Patrick, Albia, 125, 278
Shelko, Richard Marvin, Clinton, 146,
190, 200, 278, 306
Sherman, Carroll Rich, Marengo, 190
Smith, Barbara Jean, Strawberry Point,
Smith, Carolyn Ann, Clinton, 219
Smith, David Merrill, Ottumwa, 210, 306
Smith, Dianne Ruth, Lytton, 134, 272
Smith, Gerald Lee, Stanton, 142
Smith, Harold Lester, Hedrick, 226
Smith, James Corbin, Marshalltown, 147
Smith, Jean Marie, Hartwick, 229
Smith, Joan Evelyn, Epwortb, 245, 306
Smith, Joan Cohea, VVaterloo, 233, 249
Smith, Kathleen Janice, Postville, 141
Smith, Louise Kae, Ottumwa, 306
Smith, Patricia Ann, Cherokee, 220, 234,
Smith, Virgil Eugene, Cedar Falls, 307
Smith, Veta Suzzanne, Marion, 120, 157,
Smith, VVanda Marie, Cherokee, 141, 220,
Smllll, Delores Kay, Davenport, 252
Snider, Donald Allen, Cedar Falls, 307
Snyder, Angeline Kay, Sanborn, 219, 260
Soderstrom, Karen B., Ankeny, 253
Solyst, Jerald Jay, VVaterloo, 231
Sonicbsen, Peggy L., Arthur, 307
Sonksen, Elmer Howard, Mapleton, 142,
147, 149, 224, 230, 236, 239
Sonnenberg, Albert A., Collinsville, Ill.,
169, 170, 200, 307
Spaen, Audrey Ann, Carrall, 238, 245
Spain, Judy Ellen, Parkersburg, 132, 134
Spain, Karen, Parkersburg, 134, 266
Spaur, Dixie Lou, Knoxville, 307
Speakar, Susan Marie, Charles City, 266
Speake, Prudence Nina, George, 238
Donald VVilliam, Marion, 276
Thomas James, Minburn, 134, 146
Sherwod, Norma Jean, Sigourney, 229,
Shively, Robert, 282, 306
Shoemaker, Gary G., VVaterloo, 190, 244,
Shoemaker, Sara Jo, Albert Lea, Minn.,
Shold, Karen Elizabeth, Elkader, 262, 306
Shoop, Sandra Kay, Clear Lake, 231, 253
Shore, Caroline Ann, Algona, 243, 246
Gary Merle, Cedar Falls, 306
Joan Kay, Rudd, 137, 223
Sic, Marilynn Kay, Fremont, Neb., 241
Sickles, Sidney Ray, Janesville, 173
Silka, Joyce Elaine, Cedar Rapids, 134,
Silver, Sandra Kay, Burlington, 218, 222
Speas, Judith Dianne, New Providence,
Sperry, Melida Frances, Oelwein, 307
Sperry, Nancy Sue, Charles City, 307
Spoden, Peter Joseph, Dubuque, 174, 175,
Spratt, Roger Lynn, Cedar Falls, 307
Sprole, William Terral, Dike, 142
Spurling, Judith Rae, Lake View, 252
Spurling, Myrna Ann, Lake View, 159,
Squiers, Colin Ladd, Chelsea, 185
Staebler, Veronica L., Ogden, 245
Stahlhut, Richard Gene, VVaterloo, 173
Stanley, William James, Rock Falls, Ill.,
Stansberg, Judith Kaye, Chariton, 248
Stark, Leah, Margaret, Ogden, 142, 260
Stark, Sheila J. Des Moines, 238, 241, 253
Stark, Shirley Jane, Boxholm, 307
Tanaka, Earl Terukuni, Honokaa, Hawaii,
Stattler, Mary Rupp, Lodora, 142, 198,
St. Clair, Judith Ann, Beaman, 264
Stead, David Vance, Le Mars, 146, 173
Stebor, Julie Anna, Elkader, 223, 249
Steele, Joyce Elaine, Waterloo, 213
Steele, Mariana, Algona, 218
Steffey, Sandra Ione, Des Moines, 209
Steger, Mary Ann, Oelwein, 235
Steiert, James, 186
Switzer, Beverly, Marshalltown, 308
Sylvester, Walter L., Lynnville, 231, 248
Szemkus, Judy Joan, Garber, 245
Tabke, Shirlene Bea, Moville, 308
Takaba, Ethel Emiko, Olaa, Hawaii, 264,
Stein, Marlo Rae, Davenport, 241
Steinbronn, William A., Cedar Falls, 307
Steinberg, Marlow G., Alden, 146, 147,
Stephenson, Jane Ann, Sioux City, 142,
Tancer, Phyllis Joann, What Cheer, 233
Tatum, Carol Sue, Greene, 233, 244
Taylor, Bruce Dean, Cedar Falls, 146
Taylor, Eileen L., Dysart, 143, 212
Taylor, Jerry VVayne, Bradgate, 134, 278,
Stephenson, John A., Cedar Falls, 221,
Stephenson, Kent Cecil, Anita, 173
Stephenson, Stephanie, Otumwa, 238, 247
Stevens, Phyllis L., Toledo, 229
Stevens, Robert C., Cedar Rapids, 169,
200, 259, 278
Steveson, Ronald Don, Sac City, 131
Stewart, Helen Ann, Perry, 255
Stewart, Larry Charles, Courtland, Kan.,
Stewart, Sue Olivia, Hampton, 219, 253
Stiles, George, 204, 307
Stillwell, Jerry, 190
Stilwell, Elizabeth J., Cedar Falls, 266
Stimpson, Confidence C., Lake View, 101,
198, 209, 217, 230, 307
Stimson, Andrew VV., Independence, 254
Taylor, Karen Kay, La Porte City, 142,
Teisinger, Margaret A., VVaterloo, 308
Tellinghuisen, Myrna G., Cedar Falls, 308
Templeton, Suzette A. Grimes, 239
Terpstra, Audry G., Clear Lake, 308
Terrill, Janice Rae, Sioux City, 262, 308
Teslaa, Kenneth Gary, Hull, 308
Tetrick, James Lowell, Omaha, Neb., 122,
146, 219, 259, 276, 308
Tharp, Ronald Gene, Cedar Rapids, 222,
Theissen, Audrey Lee, Fort Madison, 239,
Thierman, Charles R., VVaterloo, 244
Thomas, John Llewellyn, Vinton, 134, 308
Thomas, Mary Kay, Garwin, 144
Stine, Donald Alvin, Adel, 139, 147, 148,
Thomas, Nancy Calloway, Columbus Jct.,
Thompson, David F., Chicago, Ill., 222
Thomas, Raletta Wanda, W. Des Moines,
Thomas, Robert Dale, Lorimor, 146, 276,
Thomason, Julie Ann, Sioux City, 245
Thompson, Byron Lee, Cedar Rapids, 142,
Stineman, Ruth Elaine, Columbus Junction,
Stoltz, Gary, 173
Stone, Donna Lea, Burlington, 235, 248
Stone, Jerilynn Kaye, Des Moines, 272
Stone, Verlon, Lloyd, Gray, 137
Stover, Walter Amos, Shefiield, 148, 149
Strait, VVayne David, Sioux City, 139, 230
Straw, Carolyn Louise, Burlington, 141,
Streck, Karen Jean, Ida Grove, 252
Stricker, Sharon Ann, Dysart, 264
Strittmatter, Charles, Lewis, 250
Strobbe, Raymond Leroy, Long Grove, 131
Stromberg, Donald R., Des Moines, 142
Stroud, Karen Zellene, Clive, 222
Struyk, Curtis Dean, Cedar Falls, 146
Stubsten, Michael M., VVaterloo, 173
Sturdevant, Donald J., Otho, 307
Sturtz, Vernon lrl, Grundy Center, 307
Suehisa, Myrtle R., Waiakoa, Hawaii,
Suhr, Vickie Joan, La Porte City, 141, 253
Sullivan, Georgiana, 272, 307
Sullivan, Joyce Mae, Iowa City, 223, 245
Sumers, Alinda Jane, Altoona, 147, 149
Summy, Madalyn Beth, Pleasantville, 247
Sutter, Gary Charles, Cherokee, 245
Svetly, Gary John, Barnum, 226, 228,
Swaim, Terry, Lynn, Ottumwa, 149, 238
Swanson, Christine Ann, Montezuma, 118,
128, 132, 260, 308
Swanson, Yvonne J., Paton, 144, 253
Sweers, Elizabeth Ann, Alden, 147
Swestka, Donna Mae, Cresco, 245
Swinehart, Nancy Jean, Mason City, 224,
230, 231, 302
Jo Ann, State Center, 144, 220
Thompson Kenneth IT. Cedar Falls, 308
Thompson Larry Allen, VVaterloo, 169
Thompson, Marie E., Mason City, 118,
203, 217, 274, 308
Thompson, Mary Jane, Farragut, 229, 234
Thompson, Priscilla K., Washington, 272
Thompson, Roger Keith, Cedar Falls, 252,
Thompson, Sandra Lee, Ft. Madison, 144
Thompson, Sharon Kay, Adel, 144, 236
Thomson, Lyle Ivan, Kanawha, 186, 200,
Thornburg, Michael, 193
Thuenen, George R., Bettendorf, 308
Thul, James Michael, Cedar Falls, 127,
Tietz, Carolyn Edith, Cedar Falls, 149,
Timms, Beverly Joy, Des Moines, 231
Tinpangka, Banlue, VVashington, D. C.,
+7, 128, 309
Tjaden, Janeane Ellen, Charles City, 253
Tjelmeland, Wayne R., Roland, 127, 203,
Toal, Roberta C., Jefiferson, 274, 309
Tomlan, Jolene Kay, Newton, 240, 241,
Toner, Rochelle Ann, Des Moines, 208,
222, 272, 309
Toot, Karen Marie, Boone, 238, 309
Tostenson, Carolyn M., Northwood, 238,
Townsend, Roy Edward, Spencer, 278
Tracy, Robert Roy, Waterloo, 148, 252
Trager, Curtis Lee, Belmond, 137
Trager, Rosemary E., Alexander, 142,
209, 219, 266, 309
Travis, Beverly Ann, Cedar Rapids, 241
Trevett, Gloria Glee, Rockford, 142
Trinkle, Betty Eilen, Bussey, 234, 309
Triplett, David Alan, Marshalltown, 309
Troge, Shirley Hinds, Mason City, 309
Trost, Beverly H., Waterloo, 309
Trowbridge, Judith Ann, Cedar Falls, 241
Trower, David, Fairbank, 309
Tschudi, Richard F., Dubuque, 185
Tsugawa, Ellen Yukino, Hilo, Hawaii,
Tulasiewicz, Kristyna, Cedar Falls, 238,
Tureki, Marianne Diane, Arlington, Va.,
Turner, Ronald Mark, Dunkerton, 309
Ifbben, Donald Lavern, Rockwell, 237
Ifhlig, Calvin David, Shenandoah, 252
Ifllmann, Geraldine A., Titonka, 241, 253
lfmsted, Richard Glen, Harcourt, 229,
Iinderberg, Ardith L., Ellsworth, 268, 309
Underwood, Mary M., Mason City, 233,
Vpham, Gary VVayne, VVest Union, 147,
Ifrakawa, Ethel Shizuko, Lihue, Hawaii,
Valenta, Richard Allen, Clutier, 131, 134,
Vandenbusch, Michael T., Cedar Falls,
Vanderschaaf, Rebecca, Hull, 219
Vanderzyl, Barbara J., Prairie City, 134,
Vandeventer, Carol A., Cedar Falls, 132,
Van Deventer, Ruth A., VVaukee, 128,
132, 219, 247
Vanloh, Viola Mae, Ackley, 233
Vanoort, Larry Lynn, Forest City, 169
Vansant, Janice Carole, Clinton, 118, 309
Vanzandt, Bonnie Kay, Muscatine, 36,
Varnum, Diane Lee, Ankeny, 144, 249
Vermilyea, Judith Ann, Lawton, 233, 255,
Vernon, David Frank, Floyd, 144
Vernon, Margaret Jane, Council Bluffs, 129
Visser, Maria Juliette, Vooburg, Nether-
Vogt, Barbara Joan, Homestead, 134, 205,
Vokt, John William, Adair, 146, 252
Voltmer, Mary F., Sigourney, 233, 264
Voorhees, Mary Kay, Cedar Falls, 266
Voss, Bethel Jean, Jewell, 134, 203, 309
Voss, Ruth Ann, Calamus, 252
Yvalberg, Marilyn Loree, Melrose, 219,
Waller, Mary Lou, Cresco, 139, 225
Waller, Robert James, Rockford, 175, 178,
VValler, Ronald Joseph, Cedar Falls, 147,
Walter, Harold VVilliam, Bettendorf, 181
VValter, Joyce Mary, Ogden, 235, 245
Walters, Larry Dwight, Waterloo, 143,
Walther, Lynne Ann, Garnavillo, 223,
Walton, Judith Darlene, Cedar Falls, 255
VValvoord, David Eugene, Primghar, 255
VVangsness, Kathleen D., Decorah, 134,
Ward, Judith Kay, Waverly, 241
VVare, Edward Wallace, Muscatine, 175,
200, 278, 310
WVare, Judith Margaret, Muscatine, 233,
VVarford, Laurance J., Iowa Falls, 213
VVheaton, Darrell Dean, Waterloo, 135,
Wilson, Patsy Lou, Shenandoah, 239, 246
Wilson, Sally Ladd, VVebster City, 142,
Wilson, Sherry Diane, Newton, 144
VVinner, Ruth Anne, Sioux Falls, S. D.,
Winslow, Suzanne Mae, VV. Des Moines
101, 134, 203, 217, 260, 310
WVarrick, Patricia Ann, Prairie City, 141,
144, 223, 250
Waters, Duane Allen, Hampton, 169, 186
VVatkins, Darrell D., Marion, 249
VVatkins, Shirley Sue, Shenandoah, 219,
VVatson, Dietta Kay, Graettinger, 229, 241
WVatson, Patricia Kay, Graettinger, 266,
Watt, Eddie Dean, Iowa City, 200
VVearda, Irene Kathryn, Sheffield, 270
VVeaver, Judith Jean, Ocheydan, 229, 234
Weber, Karen Lynch, Cedar Falls, 148,
VVeber, Linda Alice, Bancroft, 250
VVedemeyer, Charles E., Cedar Falls, 181
Wehde, Harry Edward, Tipton, 249
YVehde, Shirley Ann, Tipton, 204, 237
YVelch, Susan Kay, Earlham, 118, 238,
240, 241, 274, 310
VVermersen, Dennis R., Wesley, 142
VVerner, Judith Elaine, Sumner, 223
VVest, Larry Lee, Estherville, 278
VVestphal, William A., Vinton, 193, 200
VVetherell, Sharon Kay, Imogene, 249, 310
VVeyrauch, Dennis Kent, Alden, 189, 200,
XVhannel, Lynne Kay, Traer, 219
VVhite Carolyn Lee, Decorah, 134, 243
White, Leonard Gary, Anamosa, 173
VVhite, Linda Ann, Cumberland, 229
VVhite Marlys Lucile, Rhodes, 241, 247
VVhite Mary Virginia, Belle Plaine, 101,
137, 141, 198, 230, 264, 310
VVhite, Patricia B., Newton, 240, 241, 274
VVhite, Sherryll Marie, Winterset, 208,
Whitehead, John M., Greene, 310
VVhitver, Marilyn Kay, Scranton, 139,
147, 149, 226, 247
Wickham, Jeraldine E., Iowa Falls, 218
VVickwire, Betty Kay, Irvington, 220, 255
VViebbecke, Carol Jane, Clutier, 234, 262
Wiegmann, Bruce Dean, Waverly, 169,
VViese, Mary Ann, Davenport, 252
VViese, Robert John, McCook, Neb., 282
VVilcox, Gary Lee, Waterloo, 169, 190, 200
Wilcox, Gary Leroy, Harlan, 282, 310
Wiley, Terry Lee, VVapello, 147, 149
VViley, Roberta Ann, VVashington, 101,
134, 142, 260, 310
Wiley, Russell Allen, Montezuma, 131
VVilhelm, James Downey, Des Moines, 310
VVilkans, Naomi Carole, Alexander, 147,
148, 149, 209
VVilke, Jo Ann, Oelwein, 134, 272, 225
VVilkins, James Ronald, Onawa, 146, 252
Will, Joseph Paul, Waterloo, 276
Willesen, Sharon M., Manning, 252
VVillhite, Karen Rita, VVaterloo, 143
Winter, Connie Jean, Adel, 247
Winter, Nancy Jane, Hubbard, 235, 252
VVitte, Linda Sue, Wheatland, 132, 233,
249, 268, 310
Witte, Maxine Ruth, Hampton, 235, 252
Woehlk, Mary Lou, Winthrop, 203, 205.
213, 218, 219, 310
VVolf, Carol Lee, Ogden, 270
Wolf, Leland Richard, Hampton, 247
Wood, Alice Faye, New Providence, 234,
Wood, Harlietta Irene, Gilman, 249
Wood, Janet Elaine, Bettendorf, 233
VVoodard, Glenda Louise, VVoobine, 311
VVoods, Ann Jane Norwalk, 137
Worm, Richard Arden, Manchester, 135,
143, 146, 249, 276
VVilliams, Brenda Loyce, Cedar Rapids,
Williams, Patricia F., Corwith, 219, 254
VVilliams, Vicki L., Mt. Pleasant, 270, 310
VVilliams, Vicki Jo, Des Moines, 255
Williams, Wendell T., Mt. Pleasant, 169,
VVilliamson, Linda Mae, VVaterloo, 143
Williamson, Marcia L., Sigourney, 144,
VVillis, Patricia Ann, Titonka, 254
VVills, Robert Leroy, Burlington, 310
Wilsey, Carol Mae, George, 216, 231
VVilson, Dale Edwin, Atlantic, 143, 310
VVilson, Donald Alan, Cedar Falls, 146,
183, 278, 310
YVilson, Ellen Jean, Traer, 144, 241
Wright, Darwin Melvin, Early, 134
VVright, Dennis Lee, Hampton, 169
VVright, Nancy Lea, Ottumwa, 144, 234,
VVright, Raymond Dean, Guthrie Center,
VVright, Richard Ralph, VVaterloo, 148
VVroughton, Eldon Lee, Toledo, 146, 149
Yeager, Alice Kay, Bellevue, 203, 264,
Young, Mari Helen, Cedar Falls, 268, 311
Young, Robert A., Iowa Falls, 199, 204,
237, 282, 311
Zamastil, Kathie Ann, Cedar Rapids, 223
Zarub, Judy Kay, Cedar Rapids, 222, 255
Zeck, Andrea Alice, VVashington, 135
Zeman, Doris Ann, Chelsea, 147, 149
Ziegler, Margaret Ann, Hampton, 235
Ziesche, Carolyn Mary, Davenport, 241
Zieser, Lona Faye, Independence, 245
Zimmerman, Carole Ann, Anamosa, 141
Zinn, Patricia, Clear Lake, 235, 254
Zuber, Judy C., VVaterloo, 148
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