University of Rio Grande - Grandion Yearbook (Rio Grande, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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In the fall each new academic year is greeted by an array of color, a winter's blanket of snow provides a scene that any artist would desire to capture with his brush, and in the spring, when the trees put forth their buds and there is a newness in the air, one cannot help but feel a definite close- ness to God. Throughout the entire year, the trees provide one of the main attractions on our campus. -Kay Donna Bias Kriebel Editor "T . i 5" ' Q fx 522 1 '63 Q, ff, 4 , Q, S 3, Q ' ' fig 4 2.11 53,33 4, Q .L V FV V 5-5, Igx. X X., -' DEDICATION For his many years of loyal and unselfish service to Rio Grande Collegeg for his deep interest in the welfare ot all the students of this institution, for his wise counsel and sym- pathetic understanding as o teacher and administrator, we the members ot the l955-l956 Grandion staff are proud to dedicate this issue of the Grandion to the Dean ot our col- lege, Dr. William A. Lewis. v 1 nh' v uv 1 R ' 'f N gs rg . We , .W f ,nw .I xhn' 1 'Fx' ' v , b 4 1 . ' mf-, I 4 s-"E H-'Qu' NW" ' ,,. .,, . f'Q.,x2si W PW if SN X x M 11 N W4 ff ,Z ADM 'N I THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE "Trees" is a very appropriate theme for our l956 Grandion. Since we have on our campus many beautiful specimens-elms, maples, pines, etc.- planted years and years agog they have now arrived at the age of their greatest strength and beauty. "As we stand in the shade of one of them during the hot summer days and look up into the vast canopy of branches like the nave of a great cathe- dral, we see limbs stretching afar to gain light and freedom. Stretching out, they seem to lie upon the air as light as a feathery spray. No money can build such as these. No architect could draft and plan such trees. Only the Supreme Architect could bring such phenomena to reality." How like the trees are the lives of former students and graduates who have dedicated their lives to service and spread their influence afar like the limbs of the trees. Many of these in the field of religion, education, and other professions have spread their influence to all parts of the world. Dr. Paul R. Lyne President is , . X -4 4 , .4,. QV THE DEAN'S MESSAGE To each of us comes a time for change, and Dean Lewis has seen fit to pass the writing of this message on to other hands. lt is difficult to express one's thoughts at a time of challenge, especially when it means not only a change of position and duties but also when that one-time challenge arrives for every individual and institution. Today, Rio Grande College has arrived at that point of balance and has tipped in the direction of rapid growth and progress. We are seeing the greatest expansion in physical plant that has ever come to our college. We trust that faculty, students, and alumni shall rise to this challenge and that the moral and spiritual, as well as the intellectual growth, shall be on a level commensurate with the challenge of the physical plant, We are now at the level from which great accomplishments are ex- pected from each of us, and coming from the Dean's office is the following challenge- A'Let each of us vow that each night finds us a little better, a little more devoted, and a little more worthwhile than we were at the dawning of the day." Dr. Harold W. Kennedy Acting Dean DEAN OF WOMEN MRS. C. R. lMAUDEl MONTGOMERY B.S., Candidate for M.A. Assl. Librarian Prof. of Library Science JOHN A. MILLER Prof. of Social Science Acting Registrar DEAN OF MEN CLYDE R. MONTGOMERY AB., MA. Prof. of Biological Sciences JEAN L. COOPER Treasurer-Comptroller EDWARD R. BLAKESLEE, JR. Director ot Public Relations PHEBE PITCHFORD HELEN GREEN Secretory to the President- Secretory to the Registrar Receptionist ond Deon 'swf-""f' ' CAROLE WHEALDON Bookkeeper ond Secretory FRED V. BOUIC B. Ped., B.S., A.B., L.L.B., M.S.S. Professor of Commerce F. W. BURDELL B.S., M.A. Professor of Science ond Ed- ucofion. R. P. EWING A.B., M.A. Professor of English K' 'W' ,1 .3 ANNE BRADBURY -wo 1' fry.. 1 is X , 3.5, M.A. Professor of English HERMAN S. BUSH A.B., M.A. Athletics Director, Phys cation. FRANCES HERSMAN A.B., M.A. Professor of Art and E fion JRGE HOLCOMB . STB. len? Pastor RA POSTON . M.A. essor of Secondary Ed. HER W. TRACY , Th.M. en! Pastor ? 'Q I i' WALTER POSNER B.S., M.A. Professor of Social Science and Education MARY SCANLON A.B., MA. Professor of Music CHARLES VANCE . ., . ., PH. D. 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V 15'-5 F.T.A., C,C.A., Student Coun- 3 "' I C cil. TRUDY CLAY RIO GRANDE, O. Elementary Ed. Wornen's League, Grandion Staff. 1 iv.. CHARLES BOND Secondary Ed, I I 4 .Qi . ' ' NEW aosrom, o. I I I 'S CW' ie I iw ' I 1 I rv' qi.. Qgw-xx ,pq EUGENE sizusi-IART PIKETON, 0. Secondary Ed. MARVIN CURRY MAGNOLIA, KY. I Secondary Ed. "R" Association, Basket Team Captain, C.C.A., Bi ter's Club. NARREN L. DICKEN ,OGAN, O. iecondary Ed. let's Club, F.T.A., C.C.A., :lass Vice Pres., Chorus, looster's Club. WILLIAM FIELDING EUCLID, O. Secondary Ed. LACY HOGAN BIDWELL, O. Liberal Arts C.C.A. President, Chorus, De- putation Team, President of Class, Booster's Club. ..,,. ,QQ - Gay .swag- 'H' an 'Q .1 1 gg 1-.1 C1-D C K L ., ., i S JACK DUNKER CAlRO, ILL. Secondary Ed. Booster's Club, Basketball, Baseball. JACK GOSSETT ASHLAND, KY. Secondary Ed. Booster's Club, Basketball, Baseball, Pres. of Student Council. GLENN LAWRENCE MINFORD, O. Secondary Ed. F,T.A., Vet's Club. GRANVILLE MARTIN GALLIPOLIS, O. F.T.A., Vet's Club, Student Council, Pres. "R" Association. DON SHAW CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY. Secondary Ed. "R' Associatnon, Baseball, Basketball. CARL BENNER LUCASVILLE, O. Secondary Ed. Booster's Club, F.T.A.,, Stu- dent Council, "R" Association. Q .,... -,,, iw A J l sg DICK MARTIN PORTSMOUTH, O. Secondary Ed. Vice Pres. "R" Associatior Basketball, F.T.A. SARA A. STARNER SHAWNEE, O. Elementary Ed. Women's League, Sec.c Class. EQ., MWA J ibn Q I ll JSM DORIS CAULY DAYTON, O Elementary Ed. C.C.A., F.T.A. Presidenl, Stu- dent Council, Women's Lea- gue, 8ooster's Club, Chorus. MAMIE CLARK OAK HILL, O. Elementary Ed. CARL CRAFT CHESHIRE, O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A. WHY' ,' ,Ar .. Www ,' 'L Q 52 QM ew., , , 1: nissan WILBERT CHURCH BLADEN, O Elementary Ed. F,T.A., Vet's Club. LOWELL CLAY SPRINGFIELD, O. Secondary Ed, JOYCE CURRY OAK HILL, O. Elementary Ed. Women's League, Club, C.C.A. Booster ROYSE DIXON OVERPECK, O. Secondary Ed. Booster's Club, Photographer, F.T.A. JUANITA ICE REYNOLDSBURG, O. Elementary Ed. Vice Pres. C.C.A., Women's League. PAUL LLOYD OAK HILL, O. Secondary Ed. 1 !?'1u .IFN MARGEDA EDWARDS BIDWELL, O, Secondary Ed Women's League, Booster's 1 KT' WX, club, dub RUTH KNAPP GROVE CITY, O. Elementary Ed. Chorus, C.C.A., Womens wg, League, Student Council, Boos- sfv-v-yl ter's Club, Grandson Staff, F.T.A. I BARARA MCARTOR GROVE CITY, O, Elementary Ed. Women's League Pres. Char DICK MYERS COAL GROVE, O. if: if Secondary Ed. 131 "RH Association, Basketball, Q, Baseball, Boosters Club, Stu- dent Council. . Q ' f ,:. 'If,l f- ,mf g. 'fi'g '. ff' CHARLES ROSS SO. WEBSTER, O. Secondary Ed. Vet's Club. -ii? JAMES W. SHAW MARYSVILLE, O. Secondary Ed. Vet's Club is . l l l ANNE ROBINSON GALLIPOLIS, O. Elementary Ed. l l l l l MURRAY ROY JACKSON, O. Vet's Club FAYE WADE scoTTowN, o. Elementary Ed. Student Council, Cheerleadl Women's League, Grandil Staff. DON WOTHE WAUWATOSA, WIS. Secondary Ed. F.T.A. P' v "1-L p ww BILL HAMILTON I7 I 0 ju gm A-iw ' GALLIPOLLS, O. pr Liberal Arts. ll. Q ,LN EM twig ,my -1, I 1 5 1 1 V. ,.. A1 -14 E" 1 ,ni , 1 111 1 1,1 'I 1 x,1.. I: -v ., 1,111 . ,.f- 5:,. FN '- 1 1--fl 1. 1"'g n ' '-1-AVA'-1 4 'fn 1-111 , f 1 ,. I 'V1 I 1' 1 I, . 35731 1 1 , I1 ,., Y 1 I 1 . ' 1+ 1 IKM ' QM., 1 1. gn 5 11 1 .- , ,X . s"' 1 --1,' 1 N . I 1 1 . ,U f '1'1,Y. V1 1 -, 1 I-F' '- ll f , ' I xw, ,' 1- . , ,11 'A 1'1" . '. , 1 ' 1 9. 'fx-' . " , ix , 11. -..c,1' 1 1 H., ,- ,. - Lum . Z, gg". '1 1-.-..'. 1.11,,,. - , . I , I-I 1"' 1 1 ' 1 Q 1 "1 g,.1' '1 1 1:1 , -' 1 5 1 W rf 1 1, , .1- .y .12 11 --4 I H Y-1 -fl' -jx 1. 1 1111 1 Nl., . 3,1 11 '1 .a idx 1 5 . 4 If X' . ' ' 1 fx . v . 5, 1-ci - 1-' . ,1--14 Q ,SUR , .W " A 1-1, v ' U '41 x.- 1y 1 wus 1 . .l .1 nh- Liz! -1 VW W MW W ,H xgww X Wx jf M x , f go glen I 6 0 X GNP Z ful wife Q3 Qggvm f O I. C SX LAURA WOOD BAKER BlDWELL, O. Elementary Ed. KAY DONNA BIAS NORTH KENOVA, O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A,, Editor of F.T.A. ' News- letter", Grandson Editor, Stu dent Council, Boostefs Club. JIM BURNETTE PROCTORVILLE, O. Elementary Ed. Boosters Club, Scout Master, C.C.A., Chorus. .zdpv 'IF Qlbwo- I L 3 A, it si x w 5 ' it PHYLLIS BAUER OAK HILL, O. Elementary Ed. Womens League DANNY BLAZER PORTER, O. Liberal Arts. GLEN CHRISTY GALLlPOLIS, O. Liberal Arts. JOHN CLAXON SO. WEBSTER, O. Secondary Ed. RUTH DANIELS WATERLOO, O. Elementary Ed. JERRY DAVIDSON PORTSMOUTH, O. Secondary Ed. I- 122' qw-v .nm 49" HOMER CRABTREE MCDERMOTT, O. Elernenlory Ed. Boosler's Club. GENENE DAVENPORT LlNNVll.LE, O. Elementary Ed. Women's League, Booster's Club, F.T.A. MARY DlALS SClOTO FURNACE, O, Elementary Ed. Grandion Staff, Women's League, F.T.A., C.C.A., Boos- ters Club, THEDA DILLS HAMDEN, O. Elementary Ed. Women 5 League, C CA., Chorus. JOE DUNMAN PORTSMOUTH, O. Busmess Adm. GEORGE ERV!N WELLSTON, O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A.,Ve1's Club. ..." ' . gs '-'Qi' uun4...., 'l"U'-sv I' APN ' . ' . L H .:',2:'fIffS: - X 13.11 ' -I JOSEPH DRUMMAND ADDISON, o. CLYDE EDWARDS BIDWELL, O. Business Adm. LUCILLE FLIEHMAN WILLOW WOOD, O. Elementary Ed. Grandion Staff, F.T.A., Y A., Booster's Club, Wom League. CARL FLOYD PEDRO, O. Elementary Ed. GLENNA GANNON IRONTON, O. Elementary Ed. Women's League, Boosters Club, C.C.A. JUDY HURST JACKSON. O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A., Women's League. JN." 1-4' 6-16 47" 'Y MARY FORD OAK HILL, O. Elementary Ed. CCA. Sec., Chorus Vnce Pres., F.T A., Women s League. 11' -'Q ROBERT HARRISON Q 'Q' , A GALUPOLIS, o. TMI? Q' N - Secondary Ed. -an--e Y s K i.. .- 'A 4' ' F31 'Q' 2 ut s. 1 BETTY JENKINS KITTS HILL, O. Elementary Ed. May Queen, Womens League CCA., Boostens Club. ROGER JENKINS JACKSON, O. Elementary Ed. MARGARET JONES GALLIPOLIS, O. Elementary Ed. Boosters Club, Women s League. VERNA KURZ HOUSTON, TEXAS Secondary Ed. C.C.A. F.T.A,, Women's League Chorus, Homecoming Queen. gamut IN ,.. . V1 iv... Q05 ,, f ' .V-V. . 10" PAT JOHNSON WHEELERSBURG, O. Women's League, Grandior Staff, F.T.A. Sec. and Treas.1 C.C.A., Booster's Club. MARY M. JUSTUS SCIOTO FURNACE, O. Elemenlary Ed. Council, E.T.A., Boosfer's Club. CAROL LANIER F THURMAN, O. I Elementary Ed. l 1 I l l I 4 Womerfs League, Sludeng 1 0112 .L MCFADDEN fi - or REENVILLE, O. :eral Arts lRBARA MORGAN AK HILL, O. amentary Ed. l'.A., Class Secretary, Wo- :n's League, Boosters Club. XUL A. PYLES ONTON, O. beral Arts udent Pastor. P 8 .gf-t . ,., WILLARD MCGHEE JACKSON, O. Nr" , Business Adm. f"TT' l. W' N -f D ' if DEQ. ., A Q- '1' 'J ,'r"f,"e 1 -. 4 4 r z ,Lv Y' " 'Sf Jie. X A , up . Q. Q W. of 7Q, . V4 1' X' ini? RALPH MULLINS WHEELERSBURG, O M Q Elementary Ed. Class President, Voce Pres Q F,T,A., C.C.A., Booster's Club ts: Baseball. ROBERT RHEA JACKSON, O. Llberal Arts BARBARA SILVERS PATRIOT, O Elementary Ed. Boosrerls Club, Grandson Staff, F.T.A., C.C.A., Womens Leae gue. ROSALIE STORY POMEROY, O Elementary Ed. Women s League, Club, C C.A. WILLIAM TURNER VINTON, O. Lrberal Arts Vers Club. Booster S fe eo-Q., 9 4 iw. -if ' 0- .ar 's Y may s 'Am ' MICHAEL SIZEMORE BEAVER, O Elemenfary Ed. BoosIer's Club. MARLIN THEVENIN GALLIPOLIS, O. Secondary Ed. MERRIL TRIPLETT PEDRO, O. Elementary Ed Vefs Club. ELBA WARD TON, O. nenicry Ed. ,A., F.T.A., Worn en's Leo- , Booster's Club. C""Y? Wilfq- RALPH WIGAL COOLVILLE, O Elementary Ed. wh.. +3- i " lui' in ,- 1 gb I.- .Q ML iff' . .- va U I-'- W... N . n ns :if ' n., v- f 1 . . u.. Q-,I 2-1 K. K, Ig.. 5" 4, JH y .1 ug. l. 4 . 4. m--'Q' 56 PH. W . HMS, v M., .1vn,-X-1. Ng-I 4' ' ' ' I 4 Jx,..,.!x .4..g. .H wt , A . .U . 5 M., X . .,' V . -Lx.:-Ng. '-3 ' ,.1,y.ffgj'.e'g1 -r.. ff." f "':'.'.',47'f. ..,'v.,.'31.1f.i5x?v9:.f::.jf4" 511, H N . , '.', -i.lr" "' 4' 1, ,-S "'.W'-w,' 'f5,m.':1" f' 'e"' '. QM' jv. 4 ' . .1.:..,,, . -5-L .. lu: .N ,, .N Mi:-M , ' .wk JQQ.!,, I ., ....,... -f Q, V5 A - ,,' '-. 1.3, lf ..',- N qv' xx g X' .. .- a 1 . - ,.wL'x., M, X 38-', "-'tl Q . ".N'.'- ffihfg, n 4' .. .. V '..f-w . . , s ' ..' f. ' -.': N ..,,- .. Ax' ' X '-' ' x ,f J- 1.2, ,IA ,L , Mfg, 1 - . . . , .f. , . s . 1 . x 4 U 1 ,.. . - x , "H 1 . v - 1 4 A A . f .1 1 . Q x , x , 1 . . . , , q -W .X ln.. r .,. r .f. ..,. '. .I . I in f gff'.-W... v .J .X My .'f A A ...X-X ,z 15.5 V r u '. my ,Q . K . ' . . r V, . X ' 'f A I.. ..+1 f.' f '1- ' .r ijrfv V. gh . L wg. .s fwf, . si' X., .x ..'. ,.,, X s 1 u nf - WMWZN my an ,F Q5 Q S. I f XP-ix-'X CARSON ABRAMS CAMBRIDGE, O Elementary Ed. Chorus, C.C.A. HAROLD ALLISON KANAUGA, O Pre-Engineering Booster's Club. PATRICIA BARBEE RAY, O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A., Women's League, C.C. A. 5: 'JUN Rig, ' v 3 MW gi ,P-15 , '!"""' , . ,KA Fr -,satin 195 'scum - "K, gi '91 4f':""' VIRGINIA ADAMS WEST UNION, O. Elementary Ed. Womens League, C.C.A.,F T.A., Booster's Club. JEAN ATCHISON CAMBRIDGE, O. C.C.A., F.T.A., Women' League, Chorus, Student Coun cil. PAT BAUGHMAN WATERLOO, O. Elementary Ed. Women's League, Club, C.C.A. Booster DICK BLACKMORE PERRY, O. Booster s Club, NORMA CARVER FRANKLIN FCE., Elemenmry Ed. F.T.A., CCA., Women s Leu gue, Chorus. PETE CHAFFINS WHEELERSBURG O RR 2 DON COFER RIO GRANDE, O. Basketball, Boosters Club. JOE COLLINS SO. WEBSTER, O. Elementary Ed. Class Treas., Boosters Club. BERT CROTHERS RIO GRANDE, O Elementary Ed. Octette, Chorus, Boosters Club. 'WD JOHN M. Cots fl JACKSON, O. Liberal Arts E Vet's Club. if.: A ' ' WILLARD COPLEY RIO GRANDE, O. Secondary Ed. Qt" Vel's Club. 'T ,Qra-nw 'iii'- ,1',"' RANDALL DAVIS GALLIPOLIS, O. ' Liberal Arts. WILOTTA DeATl.EY MINFORD, O Elementary Ed, Chorus, C.C.A., F.T.A., Wo- men's League. ANGELINE DIXON KYGER, O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A., C.C.A., Women s Lea- gue, Student Council, Chorus. C. EGGLESTON NEW PLYMOUTH, O. Elementary Ed. Women's League, Baoster's Club, C.C.A., F,T.A., Chorus, X . 'E 1. 1 Q -- Y E.. no-H" s I km' C r 91.2" 9 1 L, DERIFIELD IRONTON, O. Pre-Engmeerlng YVONNE DOLES RAY, O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A., Womerrs League C.C.A. GARY ERVIN RONTON,O. Elementary Ed. Boosters Club, C.C.A. SHIRLEY J. EVANS RIO GRANDE, O. Secondary Ed. 99 Cheerleader. BEN Fonsr-LEY G, JACKSON, O. 'K Secondary Ed, Vefs Club in MARY A. FULTON 'V ' COALTON, O, Elementary Ed ' " 'v F.T,A., Chorus, Womens ' Yr' League, C.C,A. . .Ny X V1'I.i4 . . v ., THOMAS EVANS JACKSON, O. Busuness Adm. DAN FULKS SCOTTOWN, O Elementary Ed. F.T.A. ' PAM GRAHAM OAK HILL, O. 'KN' Elementary Ed. JOANN HAVENER SO. WEBSTER, O Elementary Ed. Sec. of Chorus, C.C A., F,T.A Boosters Club, Women League, Grandson Staff. ARLETA JO HILL PATRIOT, O. Elementary Ed. Sec, of Class, C C.A , Chorus Womens League, Boosters 'V' 0 ESTER JAYJOHN Club. WELLSTON, O, Elementary Ed. 5-sa Womens League, Chorus, F. T A. JOAN JEFFERS BLADEN, O. Elementary Ed. C.C.A,, F.T.A., Octette, Wo- men s League, Boosters Club. JOAN M. KELLY lRONTON, O. Elementary Ed. F.T.A., C C,A., Womens Lec- gue, Boosters Club. CARL G. LARGE IRONTON, O. Secondary Ed. Vet's Club, Basketball, Base' ball, Class Vice President, Siu dent Council. f""5' no rf' ,Q fs Q". 5.6. YP? U 4 Q, PAUL F KEGLEY IRONTON, o. Secondary Ed. Basketball, Baseball. g CHARLES KUHN NORTHUP, O. 1' Liberal Arts. iq,-1 .L 50" , . mv DAVID LAYWELL BIDWELL, O. Mechanical Engineering Vet's Club. RUTH LEEDY JACKSON, O Elementary Ed. C.C.A., F.T.A., Chorus. 5+ 'wr' A. l' S DON LEWIS gulf, CHARLESTOWN, IND. - 'lv Secondary Ed A: ,, Basketball, Baseball 'N +Q L' f I .. Xl ll-T ' Ck l l X l. XN X 1 KENNETH LIBBY Q - Zl3HTZ:lAERKER WELLSTON' O- X A Q Elernenfaryllid. Llbeml AHS T' - W' , Women s League, Chorus, F Student Pastor, Vefs Club. 7 TIA, Boosters Oubr C-CA ' JOAN MAGAW MINFORD, O. Elementary Ed. Chorus, C.C.A., men's League. 9? I IW' F.T.A., Wo- " .xx r 5 ,xg ' 1 BETTY MARTlN PORTSMOUTH, O. qv. Elementary Ed N Chorus, F.T A., Womens Lea gue, Octetre, Cheerleader, BILL MILLER MCARTHUR, O. Elementary Ed. Presudenf, C.C.A., Boosters Club, Chorus, Octette, Class President. EDWARD NELSON PEDRO, O. Elementary Ed. -W ,N , -.---W... Tall' ' F34 I I GAIL MILLER THURMAN, O. Elementary Ed. Cheerleader, Chorus, Booster Club. BETTY A. NUTT BEAVER, O. Elementary Ed. C.C.A., Chorus, Cheerleader, Grandion Staff, Boosters Club X Q I , it BONNIE OLIVER ., . -wr , 3, ry! WILLIAM NEAL ,V y?',.l-,o"-SQ v ' 5 WELLSTON, O. BIDWELL. or Lu.. -'. elementary ed. Liberal Arts. l f ag I Women's League, Chorus ' 'X ' c.c.A. ?I::55f7'.'itf"SI .JI gl FERN OPPY SOUTH WEBSTER, O. Elementary Ed. Chorus, C.C.A,, Women's League, Grandion Staff, Boos- ter's Club. JAMES PHILLIPS VINTON, O. Elementary Ed. Chorus, Octette, Boosterls Club, C.C.A. MAUDINE RAMBO BARBERTON, O. Secondary Ed. C.C.A. Program Chairman. wa'-v gr: HENRY PARKER CHARLESTOWN, IND. Basketball, Baseball, Chorus "W W' vuRGuNnA PIERPONT ASHTABULA, o. F' Elementary Ed. "N" F.T.A., student Councn, Wo men's League, Grandson Staff JOHN L. ROTH gh PEDRO, O. Elementary Ed NORMA SHAMBLIN 'Q fy CHESHIRE, O. Elementary Ed. FLA. , dm LAWRENCE smm-4 Q '- ' 'G' SOUTH WEBSTER, O. 1 Q Secondary Ed, I I Q K nf ..,A , it xl' U. Q fx , M .- Qlfm in ANITA G. TOPE RIO GRANDE, O. Llberol Arts C.C.A., Chorus, Octette. R. iq--fv' MARY A. SIX NEW PLYMOUTH, O. Elementary Ed. C.C.A., F,T,A,, Wome League, Boostefs Club. Ch uS, TOM TOMPSON GALLIPOLIS, O. Liberal Arts EMERSON WALKER PATRIOT, O. Liberal Arts ERMA G. WALLER IRONTON, O. F.T.A., C.C,A., Women's League, Booster's Club. K""" -v fa, If J : GALLIPOLIS O. Secondary Ed, J. A A ""' -L "' FORREST WEBSTER Elementary Ed. 2 .1 , .. LS? 9 , Q. , Q s t a' 5 X JAMES WILLIAMS U HAMDEN, o. , . S' Elementary Ed. 3 K ' Chorus. C -' L' ' V - : Fx , DON Sl DWELL ZANESVILLE, O. C. WlLLlAMSON WARSAW, 0. Elementary Ed. . .A., F.T,A., Women's League, Chorus. Y' ' J v I ,, , .ES -f. H X s . x , .., Q49 W X J S .1 I N :.f..,?f,, 1 f ff! X QV X ff YET . ' N GRANDION STAFF FIRST ROW: Lucille Fliehman, Patty Johnson, Barbara Silvers, Kay Donna Bias Kriebel and Faye Wade. SECOND ROW: Mrs. L. T. Clay, Joann Havener, Fern Oppy, and Ruth Knapp. EDITOR ...... .... K ay Donna Bias Kriebel ART EDITOR .... ......... M rs. L. T. Clay ACTIVITIES. . . . ........... Faye Wade Ruth Knapp ATHLETICS ..... ..... L ucille Fliehman Patty Johnson Barbara Silvers CLASSES. . . ....... Fern Oppy Joann Havener ADVISOR .... .... F . W. Burdell FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Bing Chapter of the Future Teachers of America at Rio Grande Col- lege has a membership this year of 6l. The officers of FTA are as follows: President ..........,.. .... D oris Cauley Vice President .... .... R alph Mullins Secy.-Treas. ..... .... P atty Johnson Student Council ...... ....... R uth Knapp Program Chairman ..... ..Virginia Pierpont Librarian ,....... i......... J immie Burnette Two members of our FTA received high honors this year. They are Phyl- lis Bauer, who was elected President of Southeastern Ohio FTA, and Kay Bias Kriebel, who was elected State Editor of THE NEWSLETTER, a publica- tion of Ohios Future Teachers of America. Three members of FTA went to Ohio Wesleyan for the Fall Workshop. They were Kay Bias Kriebel, Virginia Pierpont, and Betty Martin. Ruth Knapp and Doris Cauley along with Dr. Harold W. Kennedy and Miss Clara Poston attended the Association of Student Teaching at Spring- field and found out some interesting things which confront student teachers, We are looking forward to the spring meeting at Youngstown. State Editor KAY BIAS KRIEBEL 0 iff PHYLLIS BAUER 1. A Regional President if if I i Ig gy, Q i,A. 2 lr. "'i , V ibn- 5 e- . . 1 if lim-i TT 'N fiiii if? VETERANS ASSOCIATION If lffvp V iii. ,X I4 A . -V I I .. L. TO R. Forrest Webster, Bill Turner, David Laywell, Willard Copley, Jim Shaw, John Cole, Granville Martin, Glen Lawrence, Kenneth Libby, Gene Hamrick, and Ray Hawk. OFFICERS Commander ...... .... J im Shaw Vice Commander.. . ...... John Cole Sec. 81 Treas.. .. ...William Turner Chaplain ..... .... K enneth Libby Through much hard work the Veterans Club has had a very prosperous year. It began work on the new Student Union Building. Refreshments at the home ball games were sold by this club, and all proceeds from these re- freshments have gone toward this building fund. It has also sponsored an auction from which proceeds went to the Student Union Building Fund. The Veterans Club placed a iukebox in the cafeteria tor the enioyment ot the entire school. WOMENS LEAGUE is Sr t YL? Pictured above is a group ot college women with their advisor, SEATED: Barbara Silvers, Rosalie Story, Ruth Knapp, Mrs. C. R Montgomery, advisor, Mary Justus, Mary Alice Six, Kay Donna Bias Kriebel, and Faye Wade. STANDING- Cynthia Williamson, Theda Dills, Verna Kurz,and Mary Ford. OFFICERS President.. . .... Barbara McArtor Secretary .... . . .Maudine Rambo Treasurer ..... .... M ary Justus Pro. Chairman ....... ...... P hyllis Bauer Student Council Rep. ...... Virginia Pierpont The Womens League is a social organization composed of all the wo- men students on campus. It is a tradition for the Wornen's League to sponsor the Annual "Sweet- heart Dance" in February. This organization also sponsored a Halloween Festival to which the Rio Grande Community was cordially invited. ci-ioieus 7 Director, Miss Mary B. Scanlon. FIRST ROW- Mary Ann Fulton, Ruth Knapp, Mary Louise Maerker, Jean Atchison, Mau- dine Rambo, Betty Martin, Betty Nutt, Gail Miller. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Williamson, Catherine Eggleston, Jo Hill, Theda Dills, Joann Havener, Anita Tope, .loan Jeffers, Angeline Dixon, Norma Carver. THIRD ROW: Mary Ford, Doris Cauley, Wilotta DeAtley, Shirley Jo Evans, Mary Alice Six, Henry Parker, Jimmy Burnette, Jim Phillips, Carson Abrams. President .... ..... J oan .letters Sec. gl Treas. .. . .... Joann Havener Student Council. . . .... Jean Atchison Librarian ..... .... C arson Abrams The Chorus presented the following programs this year- Christmas Program Assembly Program at Gallipolis on April l3, l956 Spring Concert-May 27, T956 STUDENT COUNCIL L. TO R.: Granville Martin, Ronald Brisker, Jerry Davidson, Dick Myers, Carl Benner, Jack Gossett, President, Angeline Dixon, Ruth Knapp, Faye Wade, Doris Cauley, Jean Atchison. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President ...... .................... .... J a ck Gossett Vice President .... .......... D oris Cauley Secy. 8. Treas. .................... Kay Donna Bias Kriebel Members and organizations they represent are as follows: F.T.A ....,............................... Ruth Knapp Freshman Class .... . . .Shirley Jo Evans Sophomore Class .... .... J erry Davidson Junior Class ...... ....... F aye Wade Senior Class .... .... G ranville Martin Allen House .... ....... C arl Benner Varney House .... .... M ary M. Justus New Dorm ..... .... A ngeline Dixon Haning Hall ...... .... D ick Myers "R" Association .... ..... D on Shaw C.C.A. ............... ..... R onnie Brisker Women's League ....... .... V irginia Pierpont Veteran's Organization .... ..... B en Forshey Davis Cottage .......... ..... . . .... Jean Atchison The Student Council under the capable leadership of its President, Jack Gossett, was in charge of the Homecoming and May Day Dances. C. C. A. ll Wiatr- ... M is-4 -Ma W lst. Semester Gtticers 2nd. Semester President .................... Lacy Hogan President ..................... V. President.. . ....... Bill Miller V. President.. . . . . Sec. Treas. .... ........ M ary Ford Sec. Treas. .... . . Co-Soc. Chair. . . .... Ralph Wigal and Co-Soc. Chair.. . .. ... . Ruth Knapp Publicity... .... Doris Cauley Publicity.. .. .Bill Millet Juanita lce Mary Foro .Betty Nut. Ruth Leedy ..........MarySix Virginia Adams Many opportunities for regligious training and expression are provided at Rio Grande. The College Christian Association is one of the most active organizations on the campus. ln addition to its Sunday evening programs, the C.C.A.'s deputation teams present religious programs in churches throughout the area. Chapel services are held each week, and special days of religious em- phasis are observed each semester, bringing outstanding Christian leaders to the campus. Both students and faculty are expected to attend these ser- vices. Students are encouraged to attend the church of their choice each Sunday. . it "R" CLUB FIRST ROW- Dick Martin, Vice President, Jerry Davidson, .lack Dunker, Carl Benner, Sec. 8K Treas.g Granville Martin, Presidentg Jack Gossett, and Dick Myers. SECOND ROW: Dick Bruckman, Marvin "Chief" Curry, Herman Bush, Coachg Joe McKay. Absent: Don Shaw. The "R" Association sponsors the following- "Troop 230" Rio Grande Boy Scouts County Field and Track Meet Basketball Brochure Athletic Banquet The "R" Association has been one of the most active organizations for several years. MAY DAY THE QUEEN AND HER COURT FIRST ROW: Jo Hill, Betty Nutt, Faye Wade, Patty Johnson, Margeda Edwards, Queen- Elizabeth Jenkins, Sarah Starner, Ann Robinson, Verna Kurz, and Joann Havener. SECOND ROW: Dick Bruckman, Paul Kegley, Paul Lloyd, Gene Brushart, Jim Phillips Don Sidwell, Homer Crabtree, ond Bill Fielding. Miss Elizabeth Jenkins, May Queen of 1956, was escorted to the throne by Student Council President, Jack Gossett, and was then crowned by Presi- dent P. R. Lyne. Several skits by the dorms were presented as a program for the lovely queen and her court. OUR QUEEN-- MISS ELIZABETH JENKINS lovely court as it pays tribute to the Queen. PRESIDENT, P. R. LYNE Crowning QUEEN ELIZABETH BASKETBALL DICK BRUCKMAN "Bink" could always be counted on for a good performance. He isn't very large for a college forward, but can hold his own against larger men because of his knowledge of the game. We remember "Bink" best this season for his great play against tall Lawrence Tech. DON COFER Don developed a great deal his first year and looms as a bright prospect for future years. He has size, speed, and ability, so with this season's experience under his belt, he should be ready to go. CAPTAIN, MARVIN CURRY "Chief" had a great year as a Redman, being chosen as Honorable Mention All-Ohio in a poll conducted at the season's end. He was our leading scorer with an eighteen point average, the leading re- bounder with a total of 364, the most accurate foul shooter by hit- ting seventy-five percent of his attempts, and led the NAIA in field goal accuracy by hitting sixty three percent of his shots from the field. In addition to this, he was one of our best defensive men, gen- erally getting the toughest assignment. 1 JERRY DAVIDSON Jerry always kept the team rolling when he entered the game. He really puts hustle and drive into a team, because he excels in these departments himself. Jerry is one of the better shots on the team, acquired through long hours of practice. JACK DUNKER Jack always loomed as a threat to opponents because of his tre- mendous speed. He is a good ball hawk, shoots well on the run, and really loves to fast break. "Dunk" was one of our leading scorers with a twelve point average, but probably his most value to the team was as a playmaker. JACK GOSSETT Jack was the only squad member who has earned four letters. He was fairly small for a college pivot man, but generally made it tough for his opponent by pulling him out in the floor where Jack could really burn the nets. He ended the season with a ten point average, but is best remembered for his thirty six point outburst against Transylvania, an individual high for a Redman this season. Jack has the distinction of playing on Rio Grande teams that have won ninety two games while losing only twenty five. No other play- er in the history of the school has such a fine four year record. PAUL KEGLEY Paul played some excellent ball this season as a freshman, and should have a bright future at Rio Grande. He is a top notch defen- sive man and has an excellent iump shot. With the experience Paul gained this year, he should really be rolling by another season. CARL LARGE Carl got off to a slow start having come to Rio after four years in the service. His determination and desire to play brought him through, however, and by the middle of the season, he was a regu- lar guard. Carl ended the season with a ten point average, but is best remembered for his final shot as the buzzer sounded that broke up the game at Huntington, Indiana. He should have some great years in the seasons to come at Rio. DON LEWIS Don was hampered this season by bad ankles. As a result, he didnt get in too much basketball early in the year. This lad played some great ball on a good high school team, however, and we can count on his coming through in another season. DICK MARTIN Dick was a clutch ball player that could come through when the chips were down. One of his best games this season was against Denison, where he came through with a couple of much needed baskets, then helped to freeze the ball for the remainder of the game. JOE McKAY Joe showed tremendous improvement over his freshman year, and should really be ready to come through the next two years. A good offensive man, and a tough rebounder, Joe is always a threat to the opponents. DICK MYERS Dick had a great season with a sixteen point average. He possesses a great iump shot and loves to fast break. Dick has a wonderful at- titude for basketball, so he should be even better when another sea- son rolls around. HENRY PARKER This young man looms as a great college prospect. He has tremen- dous speed and the ability to iump, and loves to mix it up under the basket. Henry started several games as a freshman, and came through with a nine-point average and was the third leding rebound- er. Should come through as regular pivot man next season. DON SHAW Don had tough luck this year after starting off to a great season. In the first twelve games, he had a twelve point average and was getting recognition as a gread middle man on the fast break. He them received a knee iniury that sidelined him for the remainder of the year. Teammates certainly regretted not having Don in uniform, for he is a fine gentleman in addition to being a great team man. GRANVILLE MARTIN "Cookie" had the task this season of keeping the statistics.He did a great iob in this department and was instrumental in the team's suc- cess. He should make some school an excellent coach next year be- cause of his ability and personality. JIM SHAW Jim capably filled the lab of manager and scorekeeper. He always had things in good order and was constantly on the iob. He deserves much credit for keeping things going so smoothly, particularly on the trips. JIM BURNETTE Jim was our trainer and spent many hours keeping the boys in top physical condition. His efforts were certainly appreciated by all team members. Herman S. Bush has iust completed his second successful year as coach of the Rio Grande Reclmen. Mr. Bush is a well-liked personality on campus, and is to be con- gratulated for the fine work he has done. Before coming to Rio Grande, Mr. Bush was athletic director for five years at Lindsey-Wilson College, Columbia, Ky. 4991- ' J' '-Q, 2. 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