University of Denver - Kynewisbok Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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' -1.1 pf, fi: f 12, - V r " 'dkmfa Z' .fs I ' vii lr! , P V 57 fu lv it Y - -4d'fJE1 ,ln F J4 WW W 9112 We ,lf fwfiyef Wa Qhzhlvldify m Whaaea MQ ue in LVL LM in Jiclmhba yfmfzh ymwma Quema WWW 97zw!.mwZ22ea pn? 'til X 4 V -. . , .JYLL Dean of Women Gladys C. Bell had much to say about the social events of the year. Always cooperative, Dean Bell goes about her dual iob as supervisor of social activi- ties and head of women with business-like enthusiasm. In addition to being ex-officio member of many. organi- zations, Dean Bell aids the Mentors and A. W. S. in their efforts. Standing behind the students with watchful eyes and offering sugges- tions, the Administration was the hand on the wheel of student activities and studies throughout the school year. Presiding over all the University staff was the Chancellor, assisting him were the various deans, secretaries, book- keepers, and many other helpers. The friendly, cooperative spirit that was manifested by the administrative body as a whole was well received by the students, and their response to the rules and regulations set forth was, for the most part, gratifying. Thus, one could find these hard-working execu- tive members huddled together mak- ing decisions, and giving answers to student problems. Successfully completin his second year as our Chancellor, Caleb F. gates finds himself more firmly entrenched in the hearts of faculty and students alike. Blending his suave manner with an attitude of good fellowship, the Chancellor has caused his contagious smile to permeate the entire University and leave a closer-knit rela- tionship between faculty and students. . iq' I fi . - Dean of Men John E. Lawson was kept on the run with the numerous jobs that are his. Outside of being Dean of Men, "Jack" is Director of Admissions, a member of the Board of Governors, a member of Interschool Council, the Campus Commission, the Board of Publications, and man- ages to find time to instruct courses in political science. o0l 560 :Nl 35 940' Vs0'vs!ha5 Ko small Y 90 525 aQen' sf chasm? SUQOMSQ Nz' vfoui 00,34 W' a C. L. Herzog--Students and Student Union, for both a willing hand and an ever- available source of ideas. MR Bob Olsen-Books must be kept, Olsen accounts for all financial matters of the University. W. F. Wyman-income and outgo-his problems as treasurer of the University. Marjorie Cutler-To the most major-minor confused student, Miss Cutler, Regis- trar, brings order. 1 -- Q.. , . t, ., lf.. iff: I ':,.,1fi. - .gel , if. ' sei.: A iLj.iii:Q' I A 5: 4 2' I .i rw-A' ,, , fl s. -Q V :g,. -' ,Q ' Writ..-,.r . . Eff .'ji4,ji 133, -'i , li ., ,i-, l ,,, 3 Q ',.' i 1 ' Fi f QQ .", Ffif '. i I ' il 11137 ' i E ' 1- - .. ., " at ,IVV . - VJ Joseph Hare-Mary Reed Library his charge. Thanks to him for the library's ap- preciated fame. R. P. McDonough-That graduates should be mindful of Alma Mater, McDonough pursues them as Alumni Sec- retary. F. C. Onstott-Commerce Registrar and University Sec- retary. Loyal Niblo-As a shep- herd with his sheep, so Loyal with his fraternity and or- ganization accounting. 15 ix Q . . . Mrs. Boos of the Geology Department . . . Dean Collins of Commerce ready to give priority orders . . . Dr. Virtue at his work . . . Miss Sinnock of the Social Work Department . . . Dr, Zingg shows off a mode! hat ot primitive fashion. 16 fu- 'i -1 wiggrl bvymvilzlig' I I 1 x l r , C AK' zffzefzal Jil 6 Liberal Arts, the most attended of the fine University schools, is the heartbeat ot student activities. The scene of the campus, Liberal Arts is instrumental in formulating the policies that make the University of Denver. "How goes Lib- eral Arts, so goes the University," might well express the situation as it stands. Under Dean Edward J. Allen's capable guidance, lliberal Arts has maintained its predominance, and stands on the threshold of a year offer- ing somewhat dismal prospects for the future. The war has taken many of the University boys and will take many more. The buildings on the campus in- clude "Old Main," the Science Hall, the C-ymnasium, the Student Union, Mayo Hall, the Chapel, and,beautiful Independent Bill Olson was chosen president of the School of Liberal Arts in the spring election. Ruth Mcln- tosh of Alpha Ciamma Delta was elected vice-president, Her experience as Women's lnterschool Council Repre- sentative the year before made her well qualified for the position. Marion Ball of Pi Beta Phi and Ted Brown, Independent, were Inter- school Council Representa- tives. Ann Balent ot Kappa Delta, who is not shown here, served as secretary for the year. The School of Engineering is located on the campus and affords opportuni- ties for enterprising young chemists and engineers. Under the leadership of Dean Clarence N. Knudson, the Engi- neering students carry on successful activities of their own. However, this year, the traditional Engineer's Ball was sacrificed because of the war. The dif- ficult courses that the students who attend this branch of the University must take, prevent them from min7 gling, to any great extent, with the less studious students of Liberal Arts. This does not affect those students who are politically minded, however, and many engineers maintain leadership on the campus. The officers of the Engineer- ing school as duly elected by fellow scientists were Joe Enarson, president, Pat Dun- klee, secretary, Don Morton, interschool council represen- tative, and Lou Mahony, publicity director. The En- gineers maintained their alootness from the campus affairs in order to spend more time with their test tubes. A certain satisfaction was theirs in giving up their traditional Engineer's Ball in behalf of national defense. OWZWZWZDQ The Denver University School of Com- merce, located in downtown Denver, enjoys a national reputation as one of the country's finest business schools. The Commerce "Bizads" have their sphere of social activity and remain apart from the majority of campus ac- tivities. The dean of the school is Clem Collins. The dominant professional fraternity at Commerce is Alpha Kappa Psi, whose powerful political machine controls and elects their own candi- dates. Dr. Douglas Miller, former com- mercial attache for the U. S. in Berlin, and author of the best-selling novel "You Can't Do Business with Hitler," is associated with the School of Com- merce. The Commerce stu d e n t s were ably represented by Orville Mahr, president, Beth Kliss, vice-president, Harvey Theander, interschool coun- cil representative, Leanna Allen, secretary, and Darwin Emry, treasurer. All three of the boys appeared at the spring tapping of O. D. K. so their integrity was unques- tioned. lncidentally, they were all members of Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity, proving that their long-time domina- tion of Commerce politics is I as strong as ever. 61664 The Law School of the University was moved last tall from a downtown loca- tion onto the campus in one of the big- gest administrative changes of the year. Dean Roger H. Wolcott sponsors Delta Lambda Sigma, pre-legal honorary tra- ternity, is holder of three degrees and has engaged in private practice for twenty-three years. To give embryo lawyers the opportunity to acquire an insight into actual legal practice is the aim of the Moot Court, reorganized a few years ago under Dean Wolcott's leadership. The school enjoys the ad- vantages of location in a metropolitan center and "field trips" are frequently made to the numerous courts of Denver. Carrying on in their new en- vironment, the budding law- yers chose Sherman Sutliff, Alpha Kappa Psi, and Bob Johnson, who are shown here, and Forrest Mehlman and George Dunklee to lead their activities. The law school brought a professional atmosphere to the campus while the lawyers found the Student Union a valuable aid in their education. 6 1501 D ' sin-4 fu mi aww! nGVff'5l ns Han 9 1 DU! nflflb um ' , a 1 I 9 lit sam- hln lrniiln' wb, 22 1 ,sa Q , J f" wir' .1 X-Sf J !Q..., S.. Q! Zhou Located at 1511 Cleveland Place in downtown Denver, the Library School is nationally recognized as beinq "tops" in its field. Dean Malcolm G. Wyer heads this branch ofthe University and is well known over the country for his outstanding work as a librarian. The use of psychology in dealing with the public is stressed in the teachings of the Library School, Dominated by grad- uate students, the Library School fea- tures exhibits of books every week in the showcase windows. A tea is given every two weeks in the school's lounge forthe prospective librarians. , In the tall election at the el School of Librarianship, Gayle Ristrinn was elected to direct the school's activities, Phillis Bell, Mariam, Rocka- field, and Jane Longer were chosen to assist in the ad- ministration. The Library School is unique in that it is the only branch of Denver University which is located downtown, and it actively represents the Pioneer spirit in the professional world. It can't happen here UNDER ITS TOWER PASS SCIIOLARS, TEACIIIRS- Tl! LIARNIR AND Till LEAINID. MARY RFID LIBRARY. CNW 'ii' X ,,, W "Q A. 'M WW N 31 'fl o -5 I 3 I' u 'K L ff ' L.. Sf I I M-Q f. -. .1,f.,m.-L., 1 , V .A , Tir, - . 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'.wg:.J5H:- , rp, . f K'93iJ+F'iTsQfqf.u -f'i, A"-'ess - v . rfxTEa E?Yv:rii' YF' .- : , ' ' -' -,fr 5, I.qwi.,fl5 f.L. t :FT ,-'fi .F',Q'r!1-mil. 3, ,1g.',, .pr 'Nw 4 ,- VIEW 215 Jliw if ' - f LVM, lg-gffffvz-rn, , ,, .fc .xbb-,L,,5 J:54JP?g!fj., - ,- ,H . rwrf- ' Q"W3':'f54' : L2-' 7111- .' YF- -5 L,xQ'f,I-51-4-'--, V wi 1 .' .1--4A ' -' ' , G". 1 -1"g ,1 Y ' up? ' i.'5??.7?' fgiz.: A1 ""1 5 -iii' , L15 1' ' ' . 2 rw- 755 ,- , , N ,f xml'-' sur. MY, .- I . an x 4, x 'LJ -.r .4 -as 1,74 ' A K ' P 4. ,. -3. 'J .NZ .Ag,,.fag.? ' ..- v-. s .I wi 0' 'il t M o The student government was under UQ the thumb of the lnterschool Coun- 0 cil, throughout the school year. At the beginning ofthe winter quarter, the Council successfully sponsored the "l-lex the Axis" dance. Presided over by genial Bill Olson, the campus president, who agreed with everyone, the Council was instrumental in curtail- ing certain student activities on account of the war. Beverly Jackson, president of Associated Women Students, took minutes with ease. Jack Lawson, Dean of Men, kept everything under control. Harry Theander, diminutive rep- resentative from Commerce, was outspoken in his beliefs. Elaine Haney, Kynewisbok edi- tor, was ex-officio member. 36 Bill Olson, campus president, agreed with everyone and shook hands on the side. Orville Mahr, Commerce prexy, saw that the Bizads were given a square deal. ,,., m' nz I l-cf Gayle Ristrarn, representing Li- brary school, came but a few l'imeS. George Dunklee, medical repre- sentative for the Law school, stayed on the fence. gear f' 74 Ted'Brown, representative from the campus, was active for a quarter. Joe Enarson, Science prexy, ar- gued in vain for the Engineers' ball. , X4 Sherman Sutliff, Law's capable president, was eloquent in his O We Marion Ball, campus representa- tive was determined and ener- Il getsc. agnv' 'uv Don Morton was ready represen- tative from the "gas" house. L Ar Jim Riedel, ex-officio member, brought all matters concerning demonstrations to the council. 'AJS' :vi f Q-,L , i Charlie Herzog, ex-officio mem- ber and friend to all. .A . Je- . 'lc7I'fQ Y 'vzlqii-x : A L., .. . V+ 4 1-,yi ww, LW 1, , Lg, A 5 A.-if X1' t. , . fi-i'P91ffS' ,hz--Q" 1 ' ffsiiif .-:neg-5 A . - iqtfeaef- 'Q ' -- - ts!-5.3:-:g-:,:! X, A i Q?" -7 ' ' .-... ' I wgliugbvc 2 .5 " 'V ' .ht il 1' "" .i 1 '-: rf ,, ' r .I ,fi-ff .- T' , 'Sf I .1-1-fs,-...-:g , H 4- ,: inf .'-.221 ' -" V , , r- mg. ,, m-Ai.- . -' it P51422-lVi " - 9- va:--, E?""' 3" ' ff' ,EF fra- "P" ff-ie-: ,:,g .4 f - i , ':' .- Hu wp.-,yrgf 1,2 z-51-Ev-'1', . ":.-sf'-si, 2 .ans-es'-ffaif1:12-Ka' --i:i?xx'ii." 1 f-3 L ' w -P '-- i1.za:esfas'15-sfvifr :-, f+:.grf1:aEgv 4 Ez'-I lift- 7--1.1.13 1 -fET4E1ia'ff'i 15:4 ' .- :sf Fzfwf we-Stax-::f,:?.f: If 1, -':'f:,,yg:. ,Z-g:,1'5:fQ:i :j'5ggxp,g'.qg--.ge -' . .isa-., .4-M: , , 4, i L M LL-VX A1 , 'J 1.1 J , Henry Lopez, ex-officio Clarion member kept an eye open for "scooDs." 37 mnewi Q? I wmoif omwwece Associated Women Students of the School of Commerce, headed this year by Kathryn Ring- sted, represents the women students of the "Bizad" school on all matters pertaining to all affairs of the University of Denver. Coordination of the activities of the women students of Commerce and the entire University is for the purpose of carrying out such functions that will make for unity and growth in the realization of the tradition and richer University life. Women's Student Council of Commerce consists of the presidents of Commerce sororities and various other service organizations. Sitting: Marie Vallero, Katherine Ringsted, Ruth Black, Ethel Waters, Florence Gatheridge. Standing: Beth Kliss, Lilien Ernst, June Gibson, Leanna Allen. 04720425 Qgudwzf wmcif alma! Upon registration the undergraduate women automatically become members of Associated Women Students of the University of Denver. The object of the organization is to unite the women students on the arts campus as well as the other schools, and for the purpose of creating a democratic and friendly spirit among them. A governing body, Women's Student Council of Liberal Arts, headed by Beverly Jackson this year, consists of the presidents of the various sororities, president of Independent women, other organizations, and two ex-officio faculty members. Row One: Lena Lovato, Lorraine Roltes, Beverly Jackson, Marian Fox, Kay Bruckman, Katherine Ringsted, Row Two: Pat Dunklee, Ruth Mclntosh, Betty Davis, Mary Hallock, Marian Allen, Mosa Heller, Martha Allen, Mary Lewis. Row Three: Marian Ball, Erma Froh- lick, Evelyn Rothstein, Patsy Patch, Betty Lou Colin, Barbara Barrett, Eddie Jo Truehart, Elaine Haney. Row Four: Emily Johnson, Mary McCoy, Margaret Schiller, Betty Phillips, Miss Bell, Harryet Bell. 39 . 1 445 E 4 enzbfw Page Forty-Th ree zmzbfza Page Fifty-One vfahomwwa Page Fifty-Nine XLEOAWLWZ Page Sixty-Nine nr ,m- s,, in 'les Q T7 .1 1 l The officers of the graduating Liberal Arts group were President Harold Agnew, Vice- lgresident Ruth Mclntosh, Secretary Edna Mae Carpenter, and Treasurer Pvt. Dick arger. 6' Q ,e'i 'gg , The exalted ones. On the threshold of a more bold and glorious adventure than theyhave ever known, they look over four years, well spent, and recall moments of pleasure-and moments of strife. But not wishing to dwell in the past, they look ahead toward the application of the knowledge and experience gleaned from their years of college in shaping useful and successful lives. The vibrant enthusiasm shown as freshmen has mellowed into mature thoughtfulness and good judgment. Senior heads at Commerce were happy Dick Wilcox, president, Marie Vallero, vice- president, Florence Gatheridge,-secretary, and Bob Peters, treasurer. Their final year was the busiest yet seen by the graduating students. 1 Q ao- es- Rv , , J' .,,,,- J - , A. lf-in btw: N W Y' ulaqforr M mn. ""' ns'- 9' V ici, ..- """... ,SV lo G I 57 Ti-N Q- I G3 1?-' Row One: ABBOTT, LORNA: Grand Junction, Colo., Commerce, Phi Chi Theta, Zeta Chu, Sec A. W, S, Mentors: Jr Panhellenic Council, AGNEW, HAROLD: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Nu, Pres. Soph. and Sr. Class, Delta Chu, Due Lustugen Deutschen, Pres. Ornucron Delta Kapoa, Phu Beta Sigma: Phu Epsilon Phu, Phu Lambda Upsulon, Phu Delta Theta, Sigma Pu Sigma, Phu Beta Kappa, ALLDREDGE, ROBERT: Phoenix, Ariz., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A I C E., Board of Publications, Claruon, Colo. Society of Engineering, Jr. Class Rep ol Independent Men, lntersclgool Council, Space, Phu Epsilon Phi, University Men's Press, Jr.-Sr. Prom, ALLEN, LEANNA: Denver, Colo, Commerce' Delta Gamma, Phi Gamma Nu, Sec. of Commerce, Sec.-Treas. of Greek Council, Vice-Pres. Mentors, Women's Student Council, Crvtluan Defense Council, ALLEN, MARION: Denver, Colo, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Nu: Vucc-4Pres. Jr. Class, El Club Espanol, Kappa Delta Pu, Kynewusbolr, Mentors, Mortar Board, Jr. and Sr. Panhellenic Council, Parakeets, Phu Beta Kappa: Philosophical Academy, W. A. A., Assemblies Committee, Defense Council, ALLEN, MARTHA: Denver, Colo., Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Mentors, Sr. Panhellenic Council, Women's Student Council, ALLMAN, EARL:,RosweIl, New Mexico, Commerce Row Two: AMBROSINE, SISTER M.: Wuchuta, Kansas, Arts, ARGO GLEN: Denver, Colo., BABCOX, HOWARD: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Nu, Newman Club, Pioneer Ski Club, Prospectors Club, BALENT, ANN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Kappa Delta, Sec. Campus Com- mission, Board of Governors of Student Union, Coed Journalists, International Relations, Kappa Delta Pi, Kynewusbok, Lutheran Club Pres., Editor Student Directory, S. C. M. Vice-Co-Chairman, Tau Kappa Alpha, W A. A., Women's Student Council, Phu Beta Kappa, BALL, MARION: Denver, Colo., Arts, Pi Beta Phu, Women's lnterschool Council, A. W, S. Executive Council, Board of Publications, Clarion, Coed Journalusts, Due Lustugen Deutschen, D-Book, Campus Commission, Defense Council, BARGER, RICHARD: Greeley Colo., Arts, Kappa Sigma, "D"-Club, Ornicron Delta Kappa, Phu Beta Sigma, Phu Gamma Nu, BARRA, MINNIE: Denver, Colo' Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, El Club Espanol, Kappa Delta Pu, Phu Sigma Iota Pres, Phu Beta Kappa, I Row Three: BARRETT, BARBARA: Meeker, Colo., Arts, Pt Beta Phu, Alpha Sigma Chu, Due Lustigen Deutschen, Drama Club, lsotopes, National Collegiate Players, Schuler-Templun Pres., W, A. A., Women's Student Council, BATE, ARTHUR: Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. I. C. E., D-Club, Phu Beta Sigma, Pu Delta Theta, BELL, HARRYET: Denver, Colo, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chorus, Isotopes, Pu Gamma Nu, Women's Student Council, BENSON, MARJORIE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Nu, Philosophical Academy, BERG, ELINOR: Denver, Colo., Arts, Sigma Kappa, Isotopes, Mentors, Panhellenic Council, R. A. C., Tau Kappa Alpha, W. A. A,, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, BERKE, AVIS: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Due Lustugen Deutschen, Independent Women Oltucer, Isotopes, R. A. C., W. A. A., BETTS, ARTHUR: Manitou, Arts. Row Four: BOERNER, BETTY: Denver, Colo, Arts, Sigma Kappa, Kappa Delta Pu, -Kynewusbolr., Mentors, Pioneer Slru Club, Cottey College, BRENIMER, JACK: Climax, Colo., Commerce, Kappa Sigma, lnterfraternity Council BRUCKMAN, KATHLEEN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Gamma Phi Beta Secretary, Alpha Lambda Delta Vuce-presrdent and Sr. Advisor, A. W S. VICE-DYESYI Cl"0'1-'Si C'2f'0"'i Treasurer Coed Journalists, Conversation Club, Drama Club, Kappa Delta Pu, Mentors, Mortar Board, Newman Club, S. C M. Cabinet, Women's Student Council, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, BUCKMAN, ORVILLE: Denver, Colo, Commerce, ,Pi Kappa Alpha, BULLIS, MILTON: Hardin, Mont., Commerce, BUSH, MARGARET: Grand Junction, Colo, Arts, Alpha Sigma Chr, Iota Sugma Pu, Isotopes, BUTZ, CHARLES: Denver, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A. l. E. E, Christian Science Club, Colo Society of Engineering, lnterfraternuty Council, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phu, Pu Delta Theta, Prospectors Club, BYERS, ROBERT: Denver, Colo., Arts, Pu Kappa Alpha, Newman Club, Prospectors Club. Row Five: CAMPBELL, JANE: Denver, Colo., Arts, EI Club Espanol, Independent Women Officer, Phu Sigma Iota, Prospectors Club, Psi Chu, CARLSON, SIGNE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Sec.-Tres, Die Lustugen Deutschen, El Club Espanol, Kappa Delta Pu, Phi Sigma Iota, CARPENTER, EDNA MAE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Pu Beta Phu, Clarion, Sr. Class Sec., Kynewtsbolu, Jr. and Sr. Panhellenic Council, Campus Commission, Jr.-Sr, Prom Committee, CAPPS, LORAINE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Kappa Delta, Inter- national Relations Club, S, C. M. Cabinet, CHERRINGTON, FERN: Denver, Colo, Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pu, CIBULKA, ALBERT: Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. l. C E , Delta Chu, Phu Lambda Upsulon, Pt Delta Theta, CLARK, STUART: Den- ver, Colo,, Arts, Kappa Sigma, D-Club, Phu Beta Sigma. -un. . T. 'G-Y ah Row One: CLARK, WALLACE: Denver, Colo.: Engineering: A, I, E. E.: Mu Sigma Tau: Pi Delta Theta: Sigma Pi Sigma: COLLINS, CLEM: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Alpha Kappa Psi: Commerce Commission: Clarion: Board ol'Publications: Chorus: Pres. Freshman Class: Omicron Delta Kappa: Pres. Phi Epsilon Phi: Pioneer Skt Club: Jr. Escort: Intramural Sports Cabinet: CONWELL, DANIEL: Den- ver, Colo.: Arts: D'Club: CORSON, LLOYD: Dpnver, Colo: Arts, Phi Delta Kappa: CRABBS, RICHARD: Arlington, Kansas: Arts: Delta Lambda Sigma: Drama Club: Independent Men Ollicer: International Relations Club: Phi Beta Sigma: Pi Gamma Nu: S. C. M. Officer: Tau Kappa Alpha: CRAMM, CATHERINE: Russell, Kansas: Commerce: Phi Chi Theta: CRANE, MARGARET: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Sigma Kappa: Phi Sigma Iota: Pioneer Ski Club: Pioneer Promenaclers: W, A, A. Row Two: CROSS, DAVID: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Greek Council: Phi Epsilon Phi: Delta Sigma Pi: DANKS, FERN: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Pi Br.-la Phi, DARNELL, MINNIE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Vice-Pres. El Club Espanol: Treas. and Vice-Pres, Independent Women: Kappa Delta Pt: Mentors: Pl1i Sigma Iota, DAVIDSON, DANIEL: Commerce: Tau Epsilon Phi: Pi Omega Pi: DAVIS, BETTY: Denver, Colo.: Arts, Alpha Xi Delta: Christian Science Club: Prosocctors Club: Women's Student Council: Friends ot Music: DEUTSCH, MICHAEL: Denver, Colo: Arts: Phu Della Kappa, DICKINSON, DAVID: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Alpha Nu: Orchestra: Pt Delta Theta: Row Three: DILL, GLENN: Denver, Colo: Engineering: A. I. C, E.: Am. Chemical Society: DOMER, ESTHER: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Sigma Kappa: Die Lustigc-n Deutschen, Isotopes: Pi Gamma Mu: Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm.: DOMKA, EVELYN: Florence, Colo.: Commerce: Phi Chi Theta: Western Slate College, DOWNAR, RICHARD: Gering, Nebr.: Beta Theta Pl: Die Lustigen Deutschen: DRAGIEFF, MYRON: Denver, Colo: Commerce: DREW, CORINNE: Edgewater, Colo.: Arts: Theta Upsilon: Drama Club: Panhellenic Council: Psi Chi: DRYDEN, CAROLYN: Fowler, Colo: Arts: Drama Club. Row Four: DU ROY, ROBERT: Denver, Colo: Arts: Die Lustigen Deutschen: Mu Beta Kappa: EKBLAD, KENNETH: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Jr Class Pres: Forensics: Intramural Sports: Jr Escort: Alpha Kappa Psi: ELDRIDGE, CLARENCE: Pueblo, Colo.: Arts: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pres: Delta Lambda Sigma, Pres. lnterlraternity Council: International Relations Club: Soph and Jr. Class Committees: EMRY, DARWIN: Denver, Colo: Commerce: Alpha Kappa Psi: Treas. Commerce: Greek Council: Omicron Delta Kappa: Vice-Pres Commerce: Phi Epsilon Phi, Jr, Escort: ENARSON, JOSEPH: Denver, Colo.: Engineering: Lambda Chi Alpha: A. I. E. E: Pres, School ol Engineering: Board of Governors, lnterlraterntty Council: lnterschool Council: Mu Sigma Tau: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Epsilon Phi: Pi Della Theta: Siqma Pi Sigma: Student Defense Committee: ERNST, LILIEN: Fullerton Penn.: Commerce' Phi Chi Theta: Commerce Mentors Pres: Women's Student Council: ESTLOW, EDWARD: Collingswood, N. J.: Arts: Kappa Sigma: Beta Gamma Sigma: Clarion: "DH Club. Row Five' EVANS, ROBERT: Denver, Colo: Commerce: FALLICO, IRENE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta P52 Phi 5'9fflH,l0l-22 Pi Gamma Mu: FAY, GEORGE: Denver, Colo., Commerce: FITZGERALD, MARY JANE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Sigma Kappa: Mentors: W A A, FLETCHER, CHARLOTTE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Sigma Kappa: Drama Club: Kynewisbvl'-2 MCUFOFSI National COIIBQIBIB Players: Philosophical Academy: Prosnectors Club: W A. A : FOSTER, JOHN: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Alpha Kappa Psi: Phi Epsilon Phi: Tau Kappa Alpha: Intramural Sports, FOX, MARIAN: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta Pi: Chorus: Die Lustigen Deutschen: Pres, Independent Women, Mortar Board: Orchestra: Pioneer Promenaders: Women's Student Council: Phi Beta Kappa. 133' Wi- Z9 x. 9' r Q- .EA A-Q C. fy T' Vg i -.. 37- km-' is ua 4s".- QQ vu .N UO. 'T g as fr ..- fr,-: es:-cw ,.,. to r 'Z' ...Q ite A evil: fn.: l ',- 3 . : the if O' 'B 3 fins-'T- lwew- . at-if-f ."1-" ,W 1 'lf- 1 rr: 417' HPF' in lfx- .ab- on 45 we Pa- ' J 't' -4: Q' If 3, 3' L gafagcq X -SR. , zu. tv- l .,., 2- QU R5 655- 3,0 nu.. 'T' Q-'R' -A., ' r- tr 75" 4' I -3 9 T' ' 46 Row One: FRANCE, MARGARET: Eacls, Colo., Arts, Sigma Kappa, isotopes, Schuler-Templin Club, FROHLICK, ERMA: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Zeta, Die Lustigen Deutschen, EI Club Espanol, Isotopes, Pioneer Ski Club, Prospectors Club, W. A. A., Women's Student Council, GANTZ, SHIRLEY: Denver, Colo., Arts, GATHERIDGE, FLORENCE: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Phi Gamma Nu, A. W. S., Sec., Sec. Sr, Class, Greek Council, Mentors, Panhellenic Council, Parakeets, Womc-n's Student Council, GOLIN, BETTY LOU: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon, GOOD, GILBERT: Denver, Colo., Arts, Kappa Sigma, Phi Beta Sigma, GORE: SHIRLEY: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Clarion, Sec. Soph, Class, Panhellenic Council, Parakeets. Row Two: GOW, BETTY, Provo, So, Dakota, Arts: Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Isotopes, Iota Sigma Pi, Pi Delta Theta, Pioneer Promenaders: W, A, A., GRADY, JOHN: O'Neill, Nebr., Commerce, GRAPSKI, LAD: Plymouth, Penn., Commerce, Newman Club, GRAVES, DANIEL: Wichita, Kansas, Arts, Die Lustigen Deutschen, lnterschool Council, S, C, M, Officer, Pres, School ol Librarianship, GRAY, WILLIAM: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, "D" Club, GREEN, HARRY: Greeley, Colo., Commerce, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, GREENWALT, ALVIN: Denver, Colo., Commerce. Row Three: GRIFFIN. OMER: Denver, Colo., Arts, GRIGGS, BETH: Trinidad, Colo., Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, GILLIS, DWIGHT: Denver, Colo., Arts: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Lambda Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, GUISE, MAXINE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Nu, Drama Club, International Relations Club, Mentors, Newman Club, Tau Kappa Alpha, HAAK, LILLIAN: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Kappa Delta, Clarion, Coed Journalists,-Kynewisbok, HALLOCK, MARY: Denver, Colo., Arts, Treas. Sigma Kappa, Sec. Board ol Publications, Clarion, Sec. Coed Journalists, Sec. Kappa Delta Pi, Pres, Mortar Board, Parakeets, Pi Gamma Mu, Pioneer Ski Club, R' C-J W- A- All Womens Student Council: Delense Committee, May Day Committee, HAMMERICH, KATHLEEN: Glenwood Springs, Colo., Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Isotopes Pres., Iota Sigma Pi Pres., Mentors' Orchestra' Women's Student Council, American Chemical Society. ' ' ' Row Four: HANEY, ELAINE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Sigma Kappa Pres., Kappa Delta Pi, Kynewisbok Editor, Mentors, Mortar Board: R. A. C., W. A. A., Women's Student Council, Board ot Publications, Isotopes, HARRISON, JACK: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Acacia, HARPER. SHELBY: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Lambda Sioma, Newman Club, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, Pioneer Ski Club, HARROD, SHIRLEY: Washington, D. C., Arts, HARTER, DOROTHY: Denver, Colo,, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Chorus, Mentors, Philosophical Academy Pres., W, A, A.: Methodist Student Commission, HARVAT, JOSEPH: Denver, Colo., Arts, "D" Club, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Delta Kaopa: Pioneer Promenadeisg Intramural Sports, HAWKINS, RUBY: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Row Five: HEDENSKOG, EVA: Pueblo, Colo., Arts, Philosophical Academy, HELD, MARIAN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Chorus: Pick and Hammer Club, HELLER, MOSA: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon, Board of Publications, Associate Ed. of Clarion, Coed Journalists Pres., Conversation Club, Drama Club, Mentors, "D" Book Editor, Mortar Board: National Collegiate Players, Pan- hellenic Council, Paralceets Pres., Women's Student Council, May Day Committee, HELLON, JAMES: Denver, Colo, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, A. I. E. E., "D" Club, lnterlraternity Council: Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Pl-ii, HICKEY, MARGARET: Denver, Colo., Arts, Pi Beta Phi: El Club Espanol, Newman Club, HICKISCH, JOHN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Newman Club, Pioneer Promenaders, HILLYARD, EILEEN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Die Lustigen Deutschen. aims' N' .9 QW - -we "' if 'R 4... ..- - ,-In G? as - JDJ 1-vs lv 73' 4151 qu Row One: HOLLINGSWORTH, RUTH: Denver, Colo: Arts: Alpha Xi Delta: Alpha Nu: Chorus: Die Lustigen Deutschen: Mentors: Orchestra: HOLMBERG, DEWEY: Denver, Colo,: Arts' Lambda Chi Alpha: Delta Chi: Phi Epsilon Phi: American Chemical Society: HOOK, RONALD Arts: Phi Beta Sigma: HOPKINS, VIRGINIA: Denver, Colo: Arts: Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha Nu: Pioneer Ski Club: R. A. C,: W A, A.: Womeri's Student Council: HORNER, BEATRICE: Denver, Colo: Commerce: Phi, Chi Theta: HORTON, DE VON: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Philosophical Academy: Sr. Class Play Comm.: Phi Beta Kappa: HOWES, GEORGE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Beta Theta Pi: Delta Lambda Sigma: International Relations Club. Row Two: HUBBARD, HELEN: Denver, Colo: Arts: HUGHES, BETTY JUNE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta: Christian Science Club: HUGHES, MARGERY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Gamma Mu: International Relations Club: S. C. M. Sec.: Omicron Delta Sigma: JACKSON, BEVERLY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta: Kappa Delta Pi: A. W. S. Pres,: Board of Governors: Clarion: Vicr.-'Pres Soph. Class, Coed Journalists: International Relations Club: Interschool Council: Kynewisbok: Mentors: Space: Mortar Board: Panhellenic Council: Parakeets: Philosophical Academy: Prospectors Club: W. A. A.: Womert's Student Council: May Day Committee: Jr,-Sr. Prom Comm: JAMES, VOLNEY: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: JENSEN, LOIS: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Alpha Chi Alpha: Colorado State College: W. A. A.: JERSIN, EDWARD: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Newman Club: Pi Gamma Mu. Row Three: JOHNSON, EMILY: Denver, Colo: Arts: Theta Chi Alpha: International Relations Club: Isotopes: Newman Club: Pi Gamma Mu: Womcn's Student Council: JOHNSON, HAROLD: Las Animas, Colo.: Arts: Alpha Nu: JOHNSON, MARJORIE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Alpha Gamma Delta: Lutheran Club: Mentors: JOHNSON, STERLING: Denver, Colo,: Arts: Die Lustigen Deutschen: Lutheran Club: Phi Beta Sign-ia: Pi Gamma Mu: Phi Beta Kappa: Bible Research Club: JOHNSON, WARREN: Denver, Colo,: Arts: Alpha Nu: "D" Club: Phi Beta Sigma: Pioneer Prornenaders: JONES, WILLIAM, Brighton, Colo: Arts: Beta Theta Pi: "D" Club: Delta Lambda Sigma: Drama Club: Intertratcrnity Council: International Relations Club: Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee: KING, MARY GRACE: Denver, Colo: Arts: Pi Beta Phi: Clarion: Coed Journalists: Kappa Delta Pi: Prospectors Club: W. A, A. Row Four: KING, PATRICE: Denver, Colo: Arts: Kappa Delta: Alpha Sigma Chi: Die Lustigen Deutschen: Isotopes: Mentors: Con- versation Club: KINTZELE, MARTHA: Denver, Colo: Arts: Pi Beta Phi: Philosophical Academy: KIRKPATRICK, JAMES: Lamar, Colo.: Commerce: Kappa Sigma: KLAUSNER, AARON: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Phi Sigma Delta: lnterfraternity Council Religion Board: KLISS, BETH: Denver, Colo: Commerce: Gamma Phi Beta: Phi Gamma Nu: Vice-Pres, of Commerce: Mentors: Panhellenic Council: Pres. oi Panhcllenic Commerce Comm: Women's Student Council: Civilian Defense Committee: Student Honor System Committee: KOSKOFF, STANLEY: Denver, Colo,: Commerce: Beta Theta Pi: Phi Epsilon Phi: Pioneer Ski Club: Jr. May Queen Escort: Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm.: National Intercollegiate Flying Club: LAMBERTY, MARIANNE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Theta Phi Alpha: Newman Club: Row Five: LEE, ALICE: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Alpha Xi Delta: Prospectors Club: LEVINE, GERALD: Denver, Colo,: Commerce: Phi Sigma Della: LEVINE, DOROTHY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Delta Phi Epsilon: Clarion: Coed Journalists: Mentors: LEWIS, MARY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta: Coed Journalists Vice-Pres.: Drama Club: Clarion: Mentors: Mortar Board Vice-Pres.: National Collegiate Players: S, C M. Co-Chairman, W A A.: Women's Student Council: Religious Activities Committee, LOVATO, LENA: Raton, New Mexico: Arts: Alpha Lambda Delta: A, W. S. Officer: Chorus: El Club Espanol: Kappa Delta Pi: Mortar Board: Para- keets: Phi Sigma Iota: Schuler-Templin Club: LOVE, ELIIABETH: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Alpha Xi Delta: Mu Beta Kappa: Isotopes: MACALUSO, JAMES: Trinidad, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Sigma. .33 hiv- I-urs. ' tv "' ' - 'fu--' ui- wr 'TT' 352. law' G0- -1 '- go vi are we 5' 'Z' 'C' .f Q '6 , ii' l ST' px sz jim '57 . , 5,1 .gl "1 .0-. ,rf 1 ,,. l ':.-1 -"- '- ,gm fire I, Silas, -a':- 4' V, ""' ? if ai- 3 is, Q 3. 'Tl , "" '121' E'-fr' . wif .353- ll.. .-gf 48 is -9" 1.- emi au, rs- A 'v ,- -.19 -s Row One: MacLEAR, JACK, Denver, Colo., Commerce, Kappa Sigma, "D" Club, MAHON, FRANCIS: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma, "D" Club, MAHR, ORVILLE: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres. of Commerce, Commerce Mgr. of Demonstrations, Board of Governors, Omicron Delta Kappa Vice-Pres., Phi Epsilon Phi, MANNIX, FRANK: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sec., Delta Sigma Pi, Treas, Newman Club, Phi Epsilon Phi, MARTIN, ELLEN: Grand Junction, Colo., Arts, MARTIN, WENDELL: Palisade, Colo., Commerce, MASUKO, SADAO: Hirosaki, Japan, Arts, Phi Sigma Epsilon, S. C. M. Oflicer. Row Two: MATTESON, ESTHER: Denver, Colo., Arts: Gamma Phi Beta, lnternational Relations Club, Philosophical Academy, MAUL, LUCILLE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Kappa Delta, A. W. S. Officer, Pi Gamma Mu, Orchestra, Music Club, S. C. M. Committee, McCAM- MON, MARCIA: Denver, Colo., Arts, Phi Beta Phi, Philosophical Academy, Pi Gamma Mu, McLURE, THOVA: Arts, Die Lustigen Deutschen, EI Club Espanol, Mentors, McCONNELL, MERLE: Englewood, Colo. Arts, Delta Lambda Sigma, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, Political Science Club, Pick and Hammer Club, McINTOSH, RUTH: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice-Pres. Liberal Arts, Vice-Pres. Freshman and Sr. Class, International Relations Club, Interschool Council, Kappa Della Pt, Mentors, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Parakeets, Philosophical Academy, Pi Gamma Mu, R. A. C, W. A. A., Women's Student Council, Prom Com- mittee, McKELVEY, BETTY: Sterling, Colo., Arts, Kappa Delta, Band, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Orches- tra, Scl-iuIervTemplin Club. Row Three: MERRY, JOHN: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Delta Sigma Pi, MOHR, HULDAH: Derby, Colo., Commerce, MOOR, PENE- LOPE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Mentors, Pi Gamma Mu, Pioneer Ski Club, Prospectors Club, W. A. A., MOREFELD, ROSEMARY: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Theta Phi Alpha Sec., Isotopes, Kynewisbok Queen, l939, l940, Newman Club, Philosophical Academy, Press Club Queen, l938, MORTON, DONALD: Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, A. l. C. E., Campus Commission, Colo. Society ol Engineering, "D" Club, lnterschool Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta, NEAHR, WILLIAM: Denver, Colo., Arts, El Club Espanol, Band, Phi Sigma Iota, NEAL, ADA: Arts, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Isotopes. Row Four: NEWMAN, MARGARET: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Nu, Die Lustigen Deutschen, NICHOLSON, RUTH: Denver, Colo., Arts, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, NITTA, ROY: Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. I. E. E., Cnlo. Society of Engineering, Mu Sigma Tau, Pi Delta Theta, NOBLE, BEATRICE: Longmont, Colo, Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, NYSWANDER, EDSEN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Nu, "D" Club, Phi Beta Sigma, OLANDER, HERMAN: Longmont, Colo., Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Epsilon Phi, Intercollegiate Speech, OLSON, WILLIAM: Denver, Colo., Arts, Pres. lnterschool Council, Pres. Campus Commission, Pres. Board of Governors, Clarion, Pres. Jr. Class, Pres, International Relations Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, S. C. M. Co-Chairman, Defense Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee. Row Five: OPTICAN, ALBERT: Denver, Colo., Arts: PRATT, ELIZABETH: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, PAUL, BETTY: Denver, Colo, Arts, Sioma Kappa, All School Social Chairman, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Kynewis- bok, Pioneer Ski Club, W. A. A., Women's Student Council: PEARSON, ELAINE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Chorus, Die Lustigen Deuts- chen, Sec. Independent Women, Mentors, S. C. M. Officer, W. A. A., PEASE, BETTY JANE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Zeta, A. W. S. officer, R. A. C., W. A. A., PERKINS, DOROTHY: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Kappa Alpha, S. C. M. oflicer, Cosmopolitan Club, PETERS, ROBERT: DeWitt, Iowa, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Sr. Class Treasurer, Intramural Sports. .- 52,4-N' 5 : ' li- -9 1 ir., . "rs ,ii i mf' fi rf' i 'Ya' i. ..l Row One: PHILLIPS, BETTY: Denver, Colo., Arts: Alpha Gamma Delta- Drama Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Philosophical Academy, Pi Gamma Mu, Prnspectors Club, Womcn's Student Council, PONSONBY, JEAN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Interna- tional Relations Club, Phi Sigma lota, POOL, GERALD: Denver, Co'o,, Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma, PROCTOR, CHARLES: Den- ver, Colo, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Phi Beta Sigma, QUICK, ROBFRT: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Lambda Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, Pioneer Siu Club, RAMSEY, LA RENE: Denver, Colo., Arts, RAUM, VIRGINIA: Denver, Colo,, Arts, Die Lusttgen Deutschen, Drama Club, Parakeets, S. C. M. Olltcur. Row Two: REED, JAMES:,Denvcr, Colo, Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha, RIEDEL, JAMES: Denver, Colo., Arts, Manager ot Demonstrations, Clarion, International Relations Club, Interschool Council, Omtcron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, S. C. M. Co-Chain man, Homecoming Committee, RINGSTED, KATHRYN: Denver, Colo, Commerce, Kappa Delta, Commerce A. W. S. Pres.: Board oi Governors, Chorus, Coed Journalists, Mentors, Mortar Boardi Women's Student Council, Phi Chi Theta, ROBBINS, ROBERT: Den- ver, Colo., Arts, Lambrla Clit Aloha, Delta Lambda Sigma, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players, Phi Epsilon Phi National Sec,, Tau Kappa Alpha: ROBINSON, NORVAL: Fort Morgan, Colo, Arts, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Lambda Sigma, ROLFES, LORRAINE: Denver, Colo., Arts: Pt Beta Phi, A. W S. Sec, Mortar Board, Pioneer Skt Club, Pioneer Promenaders, Psi Chi, Homecoming Commit- tee, ROTHSTEIN, EVELYN: Denver, Colo, Arts, lota Alpha Pi, Women's Student Council. Row Three: ROSE, BETTY: Lamar, Colo., Arts: Gamma Phi Beta, Chorus, Clarion, Parakeets, Pioneer Ski Club, Campus Commission, Chairman ol Student Assemblies, RUTH, NANCY ANN: Denver, Colo, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Drama Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, National Collegiate Players, W, A A., SAGER, ETHEI.: Denver, Colo., Commerce, Phi Chi Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Greek Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Panhellenic Council, SANDBERG, RICHARD: Denver, Colo, Commerce, Delta Sigma Pi, SAVORY, LEONARD: Denver, Colox Engineering, A, I. C E, Campus Commission Treas., Delta Chi, International Relations Club,- Omvcton Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pi Delta Theta, SCARBOROUGH, JEAN: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, El Club Espanol, R A C g W A A 5 Ski Club, SCHILLER, MARGARET: Wheatridge, Colo 5 Arts, Chorus, Dre Lustigen Deutschen, Independent Women Jr Representative, Mentors Pres and Sec., Mortar Board Historian, Parakeets Treas, Assemblies Committee, Women's Student Council, Row Four: SCHOENE, AUDREY MAE: Denver, Colo, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Mentors, W. A. A., SCOTT, MARION: Fort Lupton, Colo, Arts, Sigma Kappa, Chorus, Dre Lustigen Deutschen, Orchestra, Schuler-Templtn Club, MacMurray College, SMITH, JEANNE: Denver, Colo, Commerce, A, W S. Ollrccr, Pioneer Promenaders, W. A. A., SHADE, HARRY: Lamar, Colo., Arts, Kappa Sigma, "D" Club, Phi Beta Sigma, SHAFFER, EDNAMAE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Zeta, Alpha Nu, SHAMBERG, PI-IYLLIS: Hutchinson, Kansas, Arts, SHERIDAN, DORCAS: Meeker, Colo., Arts, Pi Beta Phi, lsotopes. Row Five: SHINE, CLIFFORD: Denver, Colo., Arts, SHORT, PAULINE: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Sigma Theta, SHOTWELL, MARGARET: Denver, Colo., Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Philosophical Academy, Pi Gamma Mu, SIMONS, JUSTIN: Denver, Colo, Commerce, SMITH, MAURICE: Denver, Colo, Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma, SOLOMON, TYBE SHIRLEY: Denver, Colo., Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon, Chorus, Clarion, Jr. Panhellenic Council, STARK, NORMAN: Cheyenne, Wvo., Lamont. .43 'r ' ea In 6- fii 5' ov- ., -at 6- ,R 5, fi: "' ... -.,-. lg. ,- if I "V of "' FN- ,ni ...- 3 'A T ah 'in -P if '56- hah Q r, QQ. 'S-'7 -Q' is , ,J Q'-'UG x dw. v,"'-"7 " of ' EQ Y 1 if ,mit 301 Z' fv- te- viqfn. t,,, an.-, ,Z- an pa- . f, .aria 3 1. jg Q.. 'r' als, Wills HY 'Q' 50 'nl tn' f 49. Y' at at -- 1-is ,W If ' L' 4 1 .. .,... .f .gf Row One: STONE, VIRGIL: Denver: Colo.: Arts: Die Lustigen Deutschen: lndependent Men Officer: SUHR, ROBERT: Denver, Colo: Arts: Phi Delta Kappa: Die Lustigen Deutschen: Lutheran Club: Phi Delta Kappa: Pi Gamma Mu: Prospectors Club: SULLIVAN, HELEN: Duluth, Minn.: Arts: SUMMERS, LOUISE: Hutchinson, KarEas: Arts: Independent Women Ollicer: SWAGER, RICHARD: Rigby, Idaho: Commerce: TAYLOR, HELEN: Denver, Colo.: Arts: appa Delta: Coed Journalists: Mentors: Panhellenic Council: TAYLOR, SHIRLEY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Die Lusttgen Deutschen. Row Two: THEANDER, HARRY: Denver, Colo: Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi: Commerce Commission: Soph, Class Treas.: lnterschool Council: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Epsilon Phi: TREVORROW, DORA LEE: Cheyenne, Wyo.: Arts: Pi Beta Phi, TRUEHEART, EDDIE JO: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta: Parakeels: Pioneer Ski Club: Women's Student Council: VALLERO, MARIE: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Phi Chi Theta: Alpha Lambda Delta: Vice-Pres, A, W. S.: Beta Gamma Sigma: Sec. Jr. Class: Vice-Pres. Sr. Class: Mentors: Newman Club: Women's Student Council: VAN SCHOONWELD, WILLIAM: Denver Colo.: Commerce: WALKER, MARJORY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Pi Beta Phi: Clarion: Orchestra: WALKER, WILLIAM: Denver, Colo: Commerce: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Delta Sigma Pi: Newman Club: Tau Kappa Alpha: Debate. Row Three: WALSMITH, HENRY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Sigma: "D" Club: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Beta Sigma: Pi Gamma Mu: WARWICK, THOMAS: Denver, Colo,: Commerce: WATERS, MARY: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Sec. A. W. S. at Commerce: Newman Club: Women's Student Council: WATKINS: PEARL: Denver, Colo: Arts: Independent Women Olficer: S. C. M. Ollicer: WELLS, CHARLES: Denver, Colo.: Engineering: A. I. E.: Delta Chi: Pi Delta Theta: WELLS, HAROLD: Denver, Colo.: Engineering: A, l. C. E.: Colo. Society ol Engineering: American Chemical Society: WERTZ, GEORGE: Denver, Colo.: Engineering. Row Four: WEST, KAY: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Kappa Delta: Clarion: Kynewisbok: Parakeets: Pioneer Ski Club: Prospectors Club: Home- coming Committee: Jr,-Sr. Prom Committee: WEYANDT, JOHN: Denver, Colo: Arts: Sigma Chi: Phi Delta Kappa: Chorus: Con- versation Club Pres.: Drama Club Pres.: National Collegiate Players: Phi Epsilon Phi: S. C. M. Officer: D. P. A.: WHITACRE, HOMER: Sterling, CoIo,: Engineering: Lambda Chi Alpha: A. I. C. E.: Colo. Society ol Engineering: Delta Chi: Phi Epsilon Phi: Phi Lambda Upsilon: WHITE, CLINTON: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Alpha Phi Alpha: "D" Club: S. C, M. Officer: WHITE, MILDRED: Denver, Colo.: Arts: Alpha Gamma Delta: Clarion: Coed Journalists: Vice-Pres. Mentors: Student Directory: Orchestra: Prospectors Club: S. C. M. Sec.: W. A. A.: WHITWORTH, ROYCE: Olathe, Colo: Arts: Phi Delta Kappa: Chorus: WHOWELL, ELEANOR: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Delta Zeta: Chorus, Row Five: WILCOX, DICK: Denver, Colo.: Commerce: Alpha Kappa Psi: Pres. Sr. Class: Jr,-Sr. Prom Committee: WILLIAMS, AR'MlLTON: Denver, Colo.: Arts: WILSON, JOHN: Eaton, Colo.: Commerce: Alpha Kappa Psi: Intramural Sports: WINCHELL, ELIZABETH: Cheyenne, Wyo.: Arts: Gamma Phi Beta: Chorus: Conversation Club: Drama Club: El Club Espanol: Schuler-Templin Club: WRIGHT, JOHN: Denver, Colo.: Commerce. 24"- T K -49 Ralph Paul led his class for the third straight year as a ' ' . H ' t d b Paul Bamford,'Margaret Thaler, and Evelyn Dill, who is ndllgicdlurede was assls e y OZ , Thj third ysalri stjudentls enter Serge? Coqllege A U an eave e in sop omore an res man J 6 " traits They realize that they are now upper classmen, and with a slight air of superiority they begin setting the exam- ples that will be followed by the sophomores and freshmen. With more confidence in themselves than they have shown before, and wearing halos ot righteousness, they look forward to the day when they will wear the cap and gown. Looking back at their preceding two years they cannot under stand how they could have been so young The Junior Class at Commerce was headed by Ross Bader, president, June Gibson Ruth Black, and Sid Arnold. Nothing of importance happened as they looked forward to their senlor year nail 'i Qi . 1.45 '4 a xi! 1 hr l l rf F i 1' i 5 r 6 ,, I, -' --J-tv' , zz -- ' ' , 1 bf fa f A 'Q J J x 'T ' ev lf XL ge grgw XJ li T ga ,F 0 is Row One: ltres Albean, Jane Lee Aiders, Dorothy Allen, Harry Allen, Charles Appell, Theodore Archuletta, Sidney Arnold. Row Two: Ross Bader, Daphne Jean Bainter, Roy Baker, Paul Bamford, Ellowene Barngrover, June Marie Barthel, Robert Bate. Row Three: Bette Lee Bates, Helen Beacham, Beatrice Bell, Phyllis Ann Berggren, Clara Pauline Berkins, Lorraine Biddle, Ruth Black. Row Four: Robert Blackman, Frances Blankenship, Frances Bonomo, Oliver Bowh, Peggy Brazier, Gregg Browning, Robert Brenimer. Row Five: Cary Briber, Mary Kay Brinkhaus, Diva Brown, McKenzie Buck, Sunshine Buck, Dorothy Burkhardt, Frank Burton. Row Six: James Butcher, Walter Cass, Jack Chamberlin, Miriam Chester, Betty Clagett, Daniel Clinger, Marian Cocke. gle marbio 52 5? fr: gze unwfza Row One: Carolyn Cook, Kenneth Conant, Charles Coge, Frances Crane, Ruth Cressman, Kathleen Cullen, Harold, Davis. Row Two: Betty Davisson, Joan Demmer, Joseph DiLorenzo, Kenneth Dumarsj Patricia Dunklee, Betty Dunn, Margaret Durocher. Row Three: Harriett Eastlake, Albert Eckerdt, Betty Jean Edmundson, Ernest Elzi, Eunice Ensign, Mary Epler, Lloyd Eskildson. Row Four: Sol Flax, Mary Featherly, Max Fischer, Harold Fishman, Ruth Fisher, Robert Flanders, Morrill Folson. Row Five: Ernest Forman, Jack Foster, George Francis, Warren French, Donald Galbreath, Dave Garland, Betsy Gates. Row Six: June Gibson, Jeanne Gifford, Robert Gifford, Jerome Ginsberg,- Hortense Grandjean, Mary Gunckel, Betty Haas. 49. 'gl-wg lv X f ' , '. H 'H..-4b,. GB va- 'Q 6 9 2 45' if "r' L lii lv- ' 1 ,, V JJ ' V . . .1 .J c: ff P ,uv-5 , A is .I t l . Etta J' ' f J ' ,IMI Q-gk. pri. .1 JL-A A lf, ' ' X 1 l 1- J l , 5 1 1 1 ,g K J' r 1 I -K 'x I' X' ' Sul A aa ' 9, f , , Myrna .'-l , . Ai, l ' ff' gf U J ' 7 ll Q' J 3 I 35' J 'le Q , Kaffe: f- i . ' .'1 'il ,J M . ,I . gl i V: q- 1 - i ll' W ' ' il T F 1 if ,i V '. - N l it Q -2, Y! l Lf- . i "' 1 Row One: Verna Hair, Anne Hale, Richard Heacock, Marjorie Hancock, Thomas Hardin, Roberta Harlow, Mary Harris. Row Two: Ray Harris, Ruth Hatch, David Heaton, Marvin Hellerstein, John Higgins, Carol Hilderman, Joe Hodges. Row Three: Fred Hopper, Gladys Hotchkiss, Edna Hunter, Barbara Innis, Elaine Jacobson, Clega Jensen, Homer Jernigan. Row Four: Marjorie Johnson, Mac Johnston, Max Jordan, Betty Keene, James Kenna, Jane Kistler, Doyle Kline. Row Five: Jean Knorr, Doris Koontz, William Kraft, Morris Kramish, Marian Kretzschmar, Phyllis Krider, H. Douglas Krueger. Row Six: Jane Larson, Virginia Lee, Ramona Lewis, Marcia Linder, Shirey Littrell, Margaret Lockwood, Juanita Loeptien. 5, dyke e Wunzbfw QF amzbfza Row One: Virginia Long, Henry Lopez, Paul Losk, Jack Loudon, Kata Lowenthal, Jerry Lynton, Sara Lyon. Row Two: Fred Macaron, Lewis Mahoney, Geraldine Manus, John Martin, Laura Fae Martin, William Matson, Maxine Mays. Row Three: Donald McGorquodale, Gloria McCoy, Louie McCoy, Sally McNeilly, Dave McWilliams, John Mayer, Frances Melrose. Row Four: Helen Messenger, Elwood Meyer, Lorin Mickey, Genevieve Miles, Mary Miles, Marjorie Miller, Suzanne Miller. Row Five: Don Monty, Frank Moore, Dorothy Morris, Earl Morris, Jane Morton, Mollie Mossman, Garmin Frank Muia. Row Six: William Muller, Frank Neil, Lois Nelson, Robert Newell, Barbara Nielsen, Edward Northway, Marguerite Nuncio. QU- f-li I P131 '1 ,ans Q Q X gd J 1 ' l llvh I ll J i X H... ',g,1c.a, -11 P K Ni - vu, 1: Qu- F- ' ' ' wr 5 . nii' ,lg 4 l 'Q h 6 ' Qu ,H A 'I fffef , def' : :Q ' v ., 1 il ' J I 'l 5, if V it J if in J . ' f it -E 5 gli? ' -' ' -L ' A ' Ai'x.2 , 5 f 'ti Us Q 5' H F P J gil ' F l i 6- i 'K' f- ff- ,,. ,i v -, A L, ,,?.l 5 . 1' - ,li A i , . i a imlr l?l?E.-.'f4'9lle. , . . ,.,,,.,,g,?iE1Tli :PH 1 5 , N' ,n E l L l 0.1! ' ' lx 1 6 .T-' 1 Blk -Q I J: f .Q . ,H y I , NG .S I 7 .5 Q" l ., . , fi 1 u.. W . I, ., if , ,. ,gf ng ' . ' it a. hl , lf x P . 'g in ' ei ,QQ , f2s:.ff ,J K f fb'fif'f -f J 4 1 the ' ' r ' 1 . X.. J! ar 43 E24 gill! .ac ,gg ui-4 g -1 e f Qyf ly ' "1 il ' 5 I. 5 't-If - .YH . ' ' X M u Row One: Clara Osburn, Eugene Ogier, Stan Outwater, Jeanne O'Neal, William Parsons, Patricia Patch, Robert Patterson. Row Two: Ralph Paul, Donald Peel, Harry Peng, Betty Pere- grine, Barbara Peters, Jay Piccinati, Patricia Philipps. Row Three: Alma Jane Powell, Dorothy Powell, Doris Prince, Betty Pritts, Robert Propst, Virginia Qualls, Minnie Randleman. Row Four: Donald Rankin, Joseph Rawlinson, Warren Reid, Loretta Reilly, Jane Reynolds, Marcetta Rhoads, Robert Riddell. Row Five: George Roberts, Hi Roberts, Mary Kay Roberts, Dorothy Ann Ross, Betty Jo Rowe, Jack S. Rugg, Barbara Ryan. Row Six: Eleanor Saliman, Betty Sankey, Betty Lee Saunders, Carol Schoene, Bernard Schorr, Robert Schott, Alice Schroeder. tome ueubfw 56 We unzkzfw Row One: Betty Schroeder, Lorraine Seidanberg, Kathryn Shacklett, Theelda Shafer, C-uinn Shober, Marjorie Shotlift, Eileen Showalter. Row Two: Louise Smith, Maxine Smith, Maxine Sobol, Clara Sorkin, Curtis Spencer, Burke Stanard, Maurice Stanley. Row Three: Frank Stiles, Margaret Stoker, Marvin Stone, Adele Stromberg, Margaret Strumpfler, Mark Sunday, Walter Tasker. Row Four: Robert Taylor, William Tewell, Margaret Thaler, Chester Thompson, , Virginia Thompson, Wyatte Thompson, Ted Titus. Row Five: Mark Tool, Thomas Townley, John Townsend, Myra Treece, Margaret Vaughn, Bertha Villano, .loe Wagner. Row Six: Elvin Watts, David Way, Erma Weaver, William Weber, Baird Whitaker, Kenneth Willmore, Walter Wilson. ff' we i V A Md T T L Q " rs' M , 'Y ,,",'..f, Y . ,,1"j'l. if i -.l. 0 J A as pt 9 s 3 Q alll- l f RG Q, 4 qui l Qi Ql, 1.9 fi' 0 nv 1-it ga T 'f T" SM . fl u ,' L -,?nf3f1 'P 5 l t N .- " '4-px. ' ' Ffh. ' - V ,J , A V T. 71211 'fer lc . A :g.v.,, Q, Q 11' '- 1 lasamz 'QL Gi 4' R Two MEDICAL SCHOOL Row Onei, Jim Woodson, Joan Yancey, Vanita Yiamans. ow : - ' ' ' ' W CHOOL-Herman Nobou Esknma, Myron Hallows, Michael Lubchmco. Row Three. LA S Feldman, Paul C-oldsrnith. Row Four: GRADUATE SCHOOL-Lee Brenner. gba ' 4 58 We ll lgjt' A 1:3 ,Q Sophomores at Liberal Arts were under the leadership of Fred Mahoney, president, Calvina Morse, Rosemary White, and Bill Huber. They were presented with no im- portant issues, and consequently their regime was successful. minus the dmky of their freshman daze the sophomores find themselves in a peculiar situation. Just removed from the first year group and not far enough advanced to be accredited upperclassmen, the "sophs" find themselves to be the "in-betweensf' Great effort is put forth to maintain their prestige as "sophs" in the annual egg fight with the freshmen, when the "greenies" try to tumble their predecessors. This rivalry is continued in the traditional tug-of-war. Q 5 With a year of college under their belts, and Eventless was the sophomore regime at Commerce. President, Joe Beckley, vice- president, Doris Harwig, and treasurer, Ted Eaker. Virginia Carlisle, class secretary, is not pictured! if 'a Q l aa D F . . -.i - a: : an -' F" sl Q ig if Q4 fi '59 , 5 , . V w i. i t is J , J, if G: - . 3 N 3 41 Q ay , y Q xi . 9 1, f 0 Q : A Q B F- lm' ' Q? Qi 5322.-f,t.: 'R V i 5 if 5gQu!E?533.ii. iii? .Et Q LJ f ' rv. Q b , it Q V wt-Q A W. A K gt Q M 1- msgs. ,. f -g. .1 , y ' Q I - I , -i . 'HW i ,J V ., , - B . . 2. 1 1', " -3 Cf 1, I V , . ,Vw , A .,, 1 hba-:, . 2' 'Q' '51 .. 992: 5 w"""' 5'5" i Q . Q ' A Aff: 1 aa A, ::. . Q me J 5 L- - Z VQV 'i uf ,, . F 1 . ' -qi: . 2 5. l fvil Y V 1 T514 '-.1 41631 i, , ' , Row One: Carol Acre, William Adams, William Adams, Elsie Aho, Marjorie App, Albert Archer, Aluah Ayres. Row Two: Zachary Azar, Lucille Bahde, Robert Bainter, Barbara Baker, Donald Becker, Joseph Beckley, Doris Beck. Row Three: Marion Beebe, Barbara Belcher, Darlene Belcik, Orville Be'nish, Paul Bergren, Jane Besser, Dorothy Bianchi. Row Four: Frank Bobrick, Edward Bohn, Robert Bolander, Russell Bone, Malcolm Boyd, Harold Bradtke, Betty Brainard. Row Five: Rosalie Breien, Betty Brooks, Betty Brown, Raymond Brown, Virginia Brown, Richard Burk, Maxine Byrne. Row Six: Barbara Cahoon, Mary Calkns, Hugh Callaway, Peggy Campbell, Margaret Carleton, Virginia Carlisle, Bonny Carlson. 60 gze ofahamofom We Row One: Alton Cartwright, Marian Chandler, Nan Chambers, Melvin Cheney, Al Christ, John Chrismer, Elaine Christensen. Row Two: Virginia Clancy, Robert Clark, Jewell Cline, Roberta Cobb, Lois Cole, Marianne Colton, Marcella Comnillo. Row Three: Beverly Conine, Shirley Conley, Thomas Cook, Alfred Covillo, Allard Christ, Virginia Cronan, Florence Culver. Row Four: Joyous Cummings, Marian Currigan, Ruth Cuykendall, John Dansky, Raymond David- son, Viola Davis, Joan Davoren. Row Five: Eleanor D'Camp, Verna Decker, Robert Densmer, Emile Desserich, Melba Diamond, Margaret Donahue, Jean Dolan. Row Six: Margaret Domer, Dorothy Donovan, Allen Duffner, Lowell Duffner, Doralea Dugdale, Helen Dveiren, Ted Eaker. 'i yy, -Sq ,-sf.. I I Q. ,Glu-ga -:. '4 Q- 1 ir' .. ' .. L . 5, A Q 'A G . .l T " 2- ,Ti Q lx I Pl A f f rail A 3.1 J A A .X I I TI, Y- V , z ' v" IL- ,jg ' l .ffl F , it I Y N. ,Il lp :i I V e Q . , , Vigil ' I ,. , . , . ". N i f A , r 2 A fa: '- ch' f. dv 3 'i QFD' YJ A., , , Vx.. Li E ,gill E' .'-Y. , N .. . X. an 4- T -an C A Q , J' iv if-QQ. , psf n ,. .A 'ff -en 4- ' Q JPL 'T . ' A N " s ", P gfifgtsg ,. l 'Ks ' in I '42 Y. 'A i Q- T q in - 'iff' F 1 5 . V V ff ,, .nf i111--EH 1' gy -' I lf ,I T' ' A ,LI A 'T . N wi .f fr - ii LC' - A FP E A "' 5' ' Ii'-a . I' . li- 5 l . K ', A ,1 gi 9554- ' , va Q5 - 1.. 11? I l 1 K . !,L',.5 V' JIU' ,,A- 1,7-.fr , . . Q I A 'L l I. L. JL f J Q r xx .A If Q6 G., A, , l ll itll I -Q l 'l Y xi -J' fi ra- 62 ,ina 43 it Hz, Row One: Ray Easley, Raymond Eastlund, Charles Ebert, Dudley Enos, Virginia Erickson, Mildred Essig, Lorene Etheridge. Row Two: Carl Evans, Robert Eye, Dorothy Fabling, Margaret Feddersen, Mary Jo FitzGerald, James Fluckey, Dorothy Foster. Row Three: Robert Francis, George Frazier, Lesley Froemke, Beulah Frosh, Robert Fulkerson, Edward Fussell, William Galbreath. Row Four: June Gast, Howard Gebow, Robert Gemmill, Peter Gingras, Harvey Goldberg, Norman Goldman, William Gorman. Row Five: Whitney Gould, Leo Gray, Rosalie Gray, Harry Green, Nancy Green, Jacob Haibern, Edith Halkowiez. Row Six: Monte Hall, John Hammond, Betty Hansen, Dorothy Hanton, Richard Harmelin,Mary Lee Harper,Jeanne Harris. We ' in We offhommm Row One: Cordon Harvey, Barbara Harward, Doris Harwig, Leon Hayden, Loren Hays, Walter Heider, Morris Hein. Row Two: Ellen Helwig, Nancy Herriman, Clarence Heyer, Jane Hobbie, Caroline Hobson, Marjorie Hoffman, Helen Holt. Row Three: William Hostetter, William Huber, Hope Huff, Evelyn Hull, George Humerickhouse, Frances Humphrey, Margaret Hus- band. Row Four: Edward Huskinson, William Hyer, Theodore Jackson, Madge Jenkins, Lloyd Jensen, Marjorie Jernberg, Bennie Jewett. Row Five: Howard Johnson, Ruth Johnson, Lois Johnston, Wesley Johnson, Wallace Kellog, Fredrich Kelly, David Kerr. Row Six: Lynn Keys, Edith Klassen, Ruth Kortz, Pat Koster, Dorothy Knight, Marcella Knudsen, Arnold Kramish. . ,., .Q Y my ,ia ,aim . fa We 1 . N ' e iff' 1' ' ' 'T Wy- A ,, A ,. . 4 'J A iv, ix li T 'f 319' - I ' me J J " T Zilla x fe.. .5 J, , , i 1 N, T, - - . .g- ' 5 N , 1:-' - V A Q Y Y tr. V i 4. ' R 'G' j E Q G- , ' , 'Q 'Q , KI-all 'G it-Y? lie N' F .. xv. -, ,. K v ,' Hg' gli iq ll 9 1 5 x rn, I 'F . - 4. . QQ-Y 0, -" Q . ,f A 3 y , A,AA , , N , by pf- -Q0 .- My ,laws J , l -1 ' "I A ff -I - - FF A V fl! xx. as-A , 036' J 6 9 -as ' " H - l is is J 1, .- J : is L .f,.. , i it --l at-tri ' ': l l ,J l A il :X Q Q.- gg ' l 1. . 1 I as A: it V 5: gig 63' y v Q. V ' '1 - 44 ,Q 5 :L 'Pg l H gif -S' . X V J ' A J T' .' l L gif- ig, i i , 1, .JF "' J x lisa .3 .ft L J 'fa , s: : f - i l J Q 'J - ,-Q H 6 , J EF? V' ' 3-4 7 .,! J v 1. .. 1155. A ' -g, ' 9, f.. , ff ' SIM., vl A D , . f , l ,gl .J ' 1 , ,li 64 Row One: Billie Lancaster, James Landrum, Charles Larre, Laverne Lees, Janet Leist, Edward Linicheck, Ed Lesar. Row Two: Louis Levitt, Ann Life, Lorraine Lindsay, James Liradjis, Donald Logan, Shirley Logan, Lester Longbrook. Row Three: Marvis Lorenzen, Sam Lusky, M H ' tte Ma o. Row Four: Robert Mann, Joanne Malloy, George Martz, Jeanette ayer, arrie y Virginia McCammon, James McCandless, John McCarty, Barbara McCarty, Mary McCoy, Dolly McDowell, Kathleen McElin. Row Five: Donald Mclntosh, Mable McReynolds, Dolores Melvin Dona Melvin, Mary Mercier, Virginia Miles, Alfred Miller. Row Six: Harry Miller, fl:lAafhaA Miller, Floyd Mitchell, John Mohar, Virginia Monberg, Merceda Montgomery, Jean orrow. gba afvhammm gze Row One: Calvina Morse, Bobbe Murfin, Billie Naylor, Margaret Naylor, Miriam Okner, Bar- bara Pankow, William Parker. Row Two: Bettie Payne, William Phillippe, Charles Pitkin, Lena Pratt, William Proctor, Lillian Redington, Arden Reed. Row Three: Richard Reitemeier, Nancy Reid, Harriet Rhoads, Joseph Rhodes, Mae Robeson, John Robison, Alvin Rosenstein. Row Four: Samuel Rothenberg, Thelma Saffil, Donald Sandburg, Marie Sanderson, Marjorie Sater, Roy Saunders, Howard Schectel. Row Five: Ava Schmitz, Mary Schroeder, Mel Schwartz, Margery Scott, Shirlee Self, Mabel Severance, Janice Shapcott. Row Six: Norma Sheda, Sally Sheridan, Marshall Shireman, Franklin Shroyer, Ted Sievert, Barbara Smith, Elinore Smith. 'J Q FR "" I i 'K' J A fa'-Q1 Q, ' , 1 'V' 'if 'i tiff .J N- " if ,L . i l J fa f-' f 231-10-A ci it Q - - - 'lv sl " . l 1 il? -ws:-'fi V- ' '. E K .srymm 1 .' , -, SY.. ' 1 . wb. H5 - - t i HA . P, 'li JJ "M 4 "T I I' -it-7-lsgazffp., ll ll .n I w :QC J F' QFQ: . , w TJQVY g 4' ,J ' r fa U ,I 1 l '4 , V ' J ll ' 1' ,, 65. L 5' 1 31 . I I Q ' , . ., -' "N - ' . , f ':-' A 'Silt ff " 'F it ,Q g. V fa?-if 1 i f if-'G' J-JB: '1 Fl " - Ll- l c t :-zlfilaf s EL . X : .4 il : V l 5 1- mi c i ' 'S' ' , 1 " . 5- 'Aa' " J" gl 'IS-is -fav +5 j M, ' :X :c . . " 1 .1 'Czar " " ' as -Q' . 1-U .. - " : c " W -13552: i. 'K-f' '--- .V N, V , B , ii 'n A i U l ' 1. - . X v ,,.I4Q',e7 'V 1 3,7-1 , X S ' - 'vt ' - ' . Y 3312214 QD 5- i, M 111. B 3 Q. y I' 6 is T, 5, Kaz'-, 1, it F i. f "A . ' i. ffl , -'Wil' 3. W l .ff-ai L" '- Xlffiflywl '7 l ' ff-'AK ,ff 1, , T X I QL , Q -o , 66 r 1 -3 Us l V 91 5 l 5 1, fri-Z'-' I xl I 14 Q K, .nl , V .1 ,Xl it a 5, r X .. . l V - ii G Nl" I r l l v l As. Q Row One: Arthur Snyder, Pearl Snyder, John Spano, Walter Spencer, Steele Robert Stevens. Row Two: Ruth Stevenson, Arvel Stewart, ' Gr- V. 5 ,gf A - ,flip fy .llf l ' -. ml' 'I ? ' lg T' . 4 fl -f .H A 6 I 4 . Y! ,I - . ' - - - 4 ' ' T 'fir' T 251-1 T Q- ", UHF . . 1 FP ,F la ,., 11 . -rr j 11 Y ""3 l':1i,lL I i .1 r , 1 F f if T ff T H' is iv- 1. 4- 3 lf an V A-:rj- Q' S. . wi ' .l rm X ' 15.1. ' . ' 34 Bn 9' 'x Q' ..- , 'ln L' gl Dorothy Starr, Edward Stone, l '-.fl ' f cy .r is il , i- lv . -6 Q 1 l ' 1 Dorothy Robert Strieby, Dorothy Sturr, Edna Stuver, Robert Suppes. Row Three: Ethel Swayze, Blanche Tarr, Maynard Thompson, Geraldine Thorne, Dorothy Tiemann, Wade Tilsley, Arthur Trace. Row Four: John Twombly, Irma Van De Wege, Harry Vaupel, Alta Votaw, lrene Wachel, Jack Wagenblast, Forrest Wager. Row Five: Evelyn Wainscott, Earl Walker, Steven Walker, Barbara Walters, Dorothy Waters, Wesley Weber, Frank Weick. Row Six: Ford Weyandt, Maynard Westblade, Delilah White, Frances White, Rosemary White, lrene Whitlow,1 Henry Wieringa. We WAQWZWLG6 QZQ eflfcyehamozea Row One: William Wilbur, Jean Willis, Eugene Wilson, John Wilson, Francis Withers, Patricia Witherspoon, Elaine Witherwax, ML! we sv -,ea 55' Q X ,fl S Y- . ll I ll 1 ha- . f' I 1 , .,-I-.. . 'ff'-ui-V3 . . r'-1, Y . ?'i:?'4 1' fu .f,,J5!' ,, 1 . ,QQ-Q23 71, "5vff?f4-"- if ' - it-: My 11", Q, -14 L ' 9, F' :sn ,. fn,fgffg,4+,f , X ,. Q, wg 52. +-ff ,Mm XX I ve got to get that shoe fixed Il I ll We 1-:.7 0 C The bewildered frosh were offered a steadying hand by their officers: Norman Mc- Danal, presidentg Shirley Jenkins, vice presidentg Dorothy Stockmar, secretaryg and Dick Francis, treasurer. The "frosh"-bewildered babes in the woods at the beginning of the fall quarter, they soon SD find themselves, and begin fitting into the scheme ot things as each day they learn something new. The responsi- bilities that we placed on them seem to hang heavy at first but are accepted by the indomitable "frosh" and are soon met with a will. New faces in new surroundings appeal to they young ones and making new friends is found to be a comparatively easy thing with the assistance of advisors, Mentors, and the compulsory convocations. Freshman officers deserved the steps of the downtown branch of the University. Hand- in-hand, they are President Dick Theander, Mary Agnes Hett, Dorothy Shinnabarger and Bob Ross. A I . l r Q6 ' als' '-' 'E' J ' ' E W S in P 4, ! ba A I 'E i 7- l 5 l .- f Aug in 3 EM A Zh Q lv "' , , L- "nf, J ' . . ll, - . -P ,ji v L 1- -: FM , 'I . 1 .1 Ev' I M11 l rf' 3 'U Q ls "Q ll 5' .1 , , l JV' l'-l 4 ,A , 1 1 J , 'D J . 4' . " : livfx-. :ilf .E , ,AQ-Gi 'Z .Ji ea cal 5' ' N J liz J V . . : is Ai-,.f yu, E if -f .W A4- 1- L 2-'Q' J S.. : alleil-Q-f, l'.l.i '- r. J L ' . ' ct J if Row One: Peter Albi, Mary Jean Anthony, Penny Argiropulos, Ruby Averback, Eleanor Bailey, Dorothy Baker, Steven Baker. Row Two: Ralph Balent, Jack Barnes, Margaret Barnette, Cor- don Barton, Martha Bassell, Jean Batchelder, Kathleen Bate. Row Three: Allen Bates, Flora May Bean, Miriam Beck, Robert Beeler, Elizabeth Bellows, Robert Bender, Jane Benson. Row Four: Robert Beverly, Elbert Bidwell, Jean Binkley, Marcella Bohn, Shirley Brainard, Patricia Brennan, Lial Brewer, Row Five: Margaret Bronstine, Jean Brown, Myrna Brown, Ruthellen Brown, Shirlee Bryant, Beatrice Buchholz, Esther Burns. Row Six: Mary Cain, Patricia Car- penter, Jack Carr, Wilma Carr, Philornena CdeBacca, Ann Chelt, Raymond Childers. ,O The ummm l i U Y ll law W l'll"Tl i."t1.'Je.ll i l' xy 11.1, We feeahmfwz Row One: Ethelynn Clark, Alfred Clark, Melba Claussen, Margaret Cobb, Goldie Cohen, Louis Cohen, Ann Colburn. Row Two: Mary Colvin, Audrey Compton, Harrison Cope, Charlotte Crock, Jean Crotchett, Shirley Cruse, Vallorie Curtin. Row Three: Robert Curtis, Dorothy Davies, June Davis, James Decker, Harold Delander, Robert DeNier. Row Four: Betty Dicker, Doris Dilley, Cecilia Donahoe, Loren Dotey, Kaye Duncan, Elizabeth Dunst, Shirley Eakins. Row Five: Normah Eastin, William Edwards, Ruth Ehlers, Helen Elliott, Joan Ely, Wyllis Em- mett, Merry Jo Ensign. Row Six: Ralph Eppley, Georgia Ewing, Virginia Ewing, Bob Fair, Peggy Ferris, Bessie Fisher, Marton Fisher. Q- -as '! . .,, I 1 ti . " W- i ,ix "' ' . f , .F il . 2 - Q l' , 4, , 'mg f A. xki LLLJ ' M LT" 9 H 6' ll I X if 'F F QPF , 'Q . 1 V I Q . ' g g ' X511 n .1 N l .' itll LC, il I A' , lQ4'+4"' 1 ' ' S - 1' " -. i ,f .xi - E 'll ' .xy ll lu. ' ZYL. ' l . FA' l ' y . - It l 1 F Q , i S 'Q Ll fi ' . ..,i 'G' , H . . ' , . , .1 Q - ,H- i Li l l . 4 , X Q? la Q' i Efgnf ' . . . - -.-- - .-av -L ' -f .i--. . i. ' lla., :..,,-- -' 1 - "ff "' -L1 ' " ,. ' . iv- ' R g,,g:'j,.. ,-2 jg!! I 1 K Il Z ' jg' H' - ' , 5 4 ' , V 'a 'ix- 'f V f 'L j I . -i .l, , wr' r f -. .1 .-.-.QF I, Q- ,lf , AQ. Q., ' " - . F, , f.. A 1, itil I X . A ' mf ' - f-ff?-.i A- A L' ' X 1 of f-1. . .1 - 1' 5 't R, fy v, l . 'F I ' - 5' - l'fiAi :'l,: ,S 'ls.,1.- 1 -4' ll L54 ' ' .Q -,Y .-I , , , 1 h . . I, J f JI ..., - 1 in . .-iv ""..,:A lik' Q ' ' " , I 1-Y ff -1 ' ' J -...i - Q , .1 .,, .uf y Q 1 13- ' 4 l Q , ' WJ ., ' ' H af' I' ,. 4' J at JY X ,y QA-Y.1:: 4, .M ' i f, -1, 5. 5 a 3 ,I Q., ,Q .Az 3. , S5 J V 2 F F tr' " AQ- -i It i i it 1, -V Q I JT- V- 5 ,t t ,V .Q W 21 ' Tits- , x 1 W A "V lil X ' li if f X ' ' .MY . it - .L M : M D AL i. o ., ,f 1 !" .. -i in . .N H 9 -L , ' 39" ,Q , 'ww 5 - , it . sw uf ff: , 4-ir 1 qi' .' " V - J :I 4 ' ' 4. ' o J is -' - T tw-f F r - cn Q if I . -Ni . f Q, .. lv Z 1 M X x , E ,K . ., ,J . ,, , gem . 1' 1 - , - :.,. . A f-fe ,Q sf- 'H ' - L,,.:, ., ,Hn i Mx - ,i VW: ll YV F 4. I V' ' t I Q' I ft:-D 'JJ :I-Q., Vgyh- I afxx 6 J - Ji g tn. gf It , , , , . ., 4 J fl x fy! 1 'A Eli L1 x H ' D V . . " A . , '-, . ' .- , 4 X ' M., ' 'T' A 5- 9 ' Q ' E- 1- ' if . .., i 'wwf " Y.-.7.-fl' " ij A - Row One: Peggy Flint, Bettie Forrester, Ted Foulk, Gene Freeman, Robert Funk, John Garner, Avalon Geeck. Row Two: Dorothy Gebhard, Blanche Ginsberg, Norma Goldfogel, Jeanette Goldstein, Joan Goodlet, Dawn Gorden, Virginia Gose. Row Three: Ruth Gouge, James Grant, Dorothy Graves, Thomas Greenfield, Dorothy Griggs, Mildred Grigs, Bernard Gross. Row Four: William Goe, Agnes Guiney, Howard Gwin, Martha Haines, Bette Hall, Wilbur Hall, Wanda Hamilton. Row Five: Frieda Hammerich, Harriet Hansen, Pauling Hansen, Wilma Hardesty, Mildredan Harp, Harry Harris, Helen Harris. Row Six: Eleanor Harrison, Donald Hartwell, William Havens, Robert Hayes, Ruth Hayes, George Helfenbein, Virginia Heter. 1 F . 1' i ,X .. i , f. on - sy Q 5' 1 . 1 . ,lm 6 ' , 'A . , 1 A- ., . - ,J ,sf gg' A - 59.9. -...- , ,N f "- 1 ' -yy ' ' ' 'PV V . 3,5 ,, 1- 1 ' -127223 1 'A -i ' au' J V' 4 , W' l 4 f ' 1 A ll SJ N , A 17- A , , W v S ', - R 1 MP' ' 'A Lf -'3.'r,"f. i W fl . Q , 1 ' ' 7 . .. x gr ' ir ' ' 'i 1 'Q ld 'L i X 1 I 4 J zeahmwz Row One: Mary Agnes Hett, Helen Hill, Arthur Halch, Martha Houseman, Robert Hughart, Virginia Hutchinson, Mary Jenkins. Row Two: Shirley Jenkins, Frank Johnson, Virginia John- son, Elizabeth Jolly, Katherine Kaiser, Stephen Kaplan, Elaine Kem. Row Three: Robert Kerr, Lela Jean King, James Kingsbury, Kenneth Kinsley, Dorothy Kircher, Melvin Kirkley, Shirley Kirkpatrick. Row Four: Fredrich Klein, Marjorie Kotschedoff, Jeanne Knutzen, Ralph Knight, Becky Kraft, Ralph Kress, Bon Kunse. Row Five: Robert Lanning, Jean Larson, Kath- erine Lee, Dorothy Le-inweber, Eleanor Leland, Juanita Lewis, Mary Lininger. Row Six: Roy Lininger, Jane Lippard, Lois Long, Pauline Marchick, Shirley MacDonald, Jean Macintosh, Thelia Marcum. W., W vi W- "Q, ga. V 2 'Z Fw . l J A F ff 6. ,l l , h gi' K F if - v 'R Q' "' if f f K' a f- L as F V 1 . i x l L va FQ: Cn , " be -. , " ffl- F' K M' gf' , ..-...ff i f ' it lfT:,,?' ..-,elvis l ..A '-f'f,:,t l I T, y H il 1 7' 'xv A I VL 'FJ' 4' -U K in N , H M , ,njilrlil -,,. ' f in ,S - .3- 9 af' Q' X is A I is dr -,if N. A 1, D. ,.., j V i rr , a.it V L., ' 3 1 31+ J b J . , 6 3 .' 4 vi .L H an .A s,, 1 X 'QQ' X J M - t .,, 1 , 5. 4 l l f ki, XY fa 'lf Lf-l. if L . :ll J E i ..- lf-1 - . gg: .0 " ' : Q6 K 1 af- it , i .""' ,, 1: N. , ' W. Ye .'.- V I .5 flliillll. E , . I' .DTH vin 5 . ,I f w J gi is-1 w. 4, i. 5, H 'f' -J J i W. J W . up, i , l .1 - .- x , ll - -.4 f I , J XV Af 'H l i J . i f atv! "' 3 ls- pk. ,,. , -lj ' YP ' , ' 5' 'G.a:-- QQ? E -9 E .. .. I :EAA ll' . 15 ,I -Xml s, ,ek 'xt V 3 'IJ . i . A , 8 A ll ll .6 il l Jill 1 Qin. if QQ ' . 1 Janie-.t.J, Row One: Letty Longnecker, Elizabeth Marion, Alma Rose Marriott, Charlotte Marshall, Stella Martinez, Carolyn Mason, Mary Mathews. Row Two: Maxine Mayo, Betty Mays, Paul McCal- lin, Mable McCrory, Norman McDanal, Berna rdine McKinstry, Max Mickey. Row Three: Betty Moauro, Betty Jane Moorehead, George Mullin, Mary Jo Nagel, Jean Neimeyer, Caro- lyn Netherton, Janice Norton. Row Four: Glenn Nyman, Duane Olson, Bob Olsterle, Shirley Owens, Joan Paner, Mary Perkins, Jo Pickens. Row Five: Dorothy Pospisil, Roderick Potter, Harold Purdy, Elizabeth Quinn, Reona Rea, Emily Reeve, Ruth Rice. Row Six: Betty Robertson, William Robinson, Sanford Rogotf, Virginia Rodner, Robert Rominger, Betty Rork, Amy Rosenberg. 74 We zeahmmz QS' 1, ,Jil ' , , , 3 Q, a We XZEJAWZWZ Row One: Robit Ross, Frances Rozmarek, Robert Ryan, Adelia Ryman, Neal Sanborn, Mary Lea Schofield, Charlotte Schroeder. Row Two: Marion Seifert, Virginia Shackelford, Richard Shaf- fran, Dorothy Shinobargar, Marvin Silverberl, Bertha Smith, George Smith. Row Three: Orabel Smith, Margaret Snyder, Virginia Sparks, Mary Spence, Marie Stark, Joseph Sterner, William St, John. Row Four: Dorothy Stockmar, Joan Stock, Willis Stout, Leonard Strear, Lawrence Sturges, Leonard Suhr, Nicholas Tagnas. Row Five: Marilynn Taylor, Hazel Templin, Dick Theander, Gayle Thelander, Nell Thompson, Dorothy Thornton, Wendell Trace. Row Six: Wil- liam Valentine, David Van Aken, Glen Van Uithoren, Louella Wachob, Vivian Wall, Betty Walters, Norma Warner. , ,rr . l" 41 .. - ,i . ' 'Lu . . 14 4 l 'lrvk 6. I V. . - an-1 T a L - . Qi gl! ,I V Q S 7- g l si ' f,. 5, . .1 it MM H-f' i .l ,. K . , . k Lv' ' ,s l ft L l"'H'l , L4 6 L ' S, -' 3 , .I I so YI I ' -A I : ' l Z ' 1' ' 'cv ,. P , f r X: .lb Ti? V ,Q '-if ,- . . , ,gl -4-, git 'vii' 'V ,".nji:'i5,i ' N ' Wi-36 ix. ,li 1, . Eg. .. L 'Aw 'Y ' 'G gt'-i-'Q . 4 ' T' l!'i1i.5!gf i ' . i- - " ' .' we ' V 4 '- l' "' 2 A l . 1 ,, N Y 1!.1'lI1AI:li'fltJl T ,l ':'E- l ,,f W Y l , F' . Big 'll ' ' EL ' :Pl .Qi of-' 2 t A : wif .., L Q ' A . . A Jil" ' -, , "-,- mv 41:22 ' 1 1 I fe qdig 'Q 'iv' 1 i ie fa' 'i l' l E-3. :E r iglix. .t A M it ... if 'inf' FJ RZ we ? Y . Xu, H159-ff 4 . l ,, 0 'WN Row One: Miriam Watts, Marguerite Wearne, Neal Webster, Edith Welle, Carol Werth, Wanda Westhater, Stanley Whitaker. Row Two: Corden White, Elsie Williams, Francis Wal- liarns, Lowell Williams, Ruth Williams, Henry Wilson, Leyndal Wilson. Row Three: Claire Winter, Harold Wolfe, Dorothy Wollenweber, Martha Wornrner, Elizabeth Wood, Harriet WoodZMarvin Worden. Row Four: Louise Zabel, Sidney Woodward, Elizabeth Young, Co- rinne urick. fha gfwahmtm 76 pg E " .. gg. C rl XF w 1 v 9, Q5 ' 1 Zi -.JK 5 1 I 1 Q 5 re' ,s 1011 Tuffy 3 'L v 1.5. 'W' 52 X Z. N v, X gh. .xl . .X V x ' QQFSS' 3 i . ,ag ,T 1 ,airy .L-371 5k,!'f "fIf?'!- 3 .L 4,-.npr V u- -.3 H-me-. f- f w . 25,5 V ' an-A C , -ff-. "-f'f,1qr Q- ,ti , E1 " . ,iw wif xg1,,Y,4 fkffzsfr iw - .MK , fs , gf, ,'-'--na. 'g ' . my -I 5, i u S , Z "'x v Y , .I - - ...-,gif 9 , ., . .. QW i .f L -rn. Y KN Z? ' L . .,j5ij,.A gg V 754 Q., m f J ,Q r 55 I xl- W :Y'l L M. if X . . - y . -- "ff-f'-V .-.,,,,L , , ? ., i v"v5V . Q 'O I ? '12 I bi? 14 1: gig . Ei Q A ,..., w ,A , L X . . . 1 . 12 ' I 'v awful QWJQMDMQ '--ni-, 1 ,.- N -A 'vi .r Marion Ball was a capable member be- cause of journalistic ability. eel ' S9 e vxaiilgoovh Qy9q430e X08 K Kees, ofxea- Q BQ Q o9 The Board of Publications is the govern- ing body over major and minor publica- tions of the University. Comprised of seven students and four members of the faculty, the Board dictates, when neces- sary, the policies of the publications. ln addition to this, each spring the Board elects the editors of school publications. Bill. .Parsons rendered MQ53HHeHQf,dl0U"n9I' Clem Collins fried to efficiently two quar- 'SUCH Y mln ed, SSW keep bizad news in fers on the board' to the welfare of the prim,- i l l i L ,L -1 Mary Hallock, when not taking minutes, gave constructive help. Clarion. ,' ." rf .4.4!. fir , e fhh,7'J' Ca 6 a ops 07 Z Qu S e 'We ' Sf 61-fee-Y.O fngber one 'O gf, be. href fun., X. -Q0 Q. Jack Lawson always Dr. Engle represented Dr. Davidson, faculty Charlie Herzog came came through with a the faculty's view- . adviser of Space, was forth with the finan- helpful idea. point. an efficient member. cial side of publica- Noni fha hwfz The creative spirit of Pioneers finds ex- pression in Space, which contains po- etry, story, and criticism. ln the Student UWA Directory are found the vital statistics- addresses, phone numbers, and frater- nity affiliations of each student. The Football Digest and the "D" Book, other minor publications, are well used throughout the yea r. . ' P ' ' rv-N, . -.is I .Q L. QT? .-I 'j?-,,N.-A iw-.M 1-iii-5 Helen Beacham was the edi- Edward U. Bourke, chairman of publications for the tor of the amazingly correct University, was kept busy with a finger in every publi- Student Directory. cations' enterprise. 6? . Charlie Herzog again edited the Football Di- gest. Space takes shape as Sam Lusky and his liter- ary cohorts choose some of the contributions of aspiring writers for publication. Mosa Heller, editor of the campus almanac, the "D" book. 81 Awww Playing an irflependent role in politics and upholding a semi-conserva- tive tradition "The Clarion" struggled along the fall quarter under the businesslike editorship of Robert Alldredge. But the Service and Engi- neering major was too busy with his studies to do a competent job as editor and he was forced to resign at the beginning of the winter quarter. At that time journalist Hank Lopez, a junior, was elected editor at a spe- cial meeting of the Board of Publication. Lopez, after being forced to resign the associate editorship the week before the election, carried on competently after being named editor by the Board. Feature Editor ....... Editor I Staff: Editor ........,............ .............. H enry Lopez Associate Editor .... ..........,. M osa Heller Managing Editor ....,...... Francis Melrose City Editor ........ ...,.......... S am Lusky Sports Editor .......... .......... H arold Davis Downtown Editor ........ ...,....... C lem Collins Copy Editor ........ ............. M alcolm Boyd Society Editor .... ............ M arion Ball . . .... . ..... .,f..a Doyle Kline Hank Lopez, the only junior ever to be elected to a Clarion editorship, is shown pointing out a flaw in make-up to ex-Editor Bob Alldredge. The Lopez credo as far as policy was concerned remained much the same as it had been under Alldredge. According to Lopez the only changes were "a closer cooperation with the interschool council and a trend toward the progressive." , A notable change in the size of the paper came about under the new editor. The paper was decreased from six and eight pages to four pages. This was due to a lack of advertising. Dramatic Critic ..........,.............. Exchange Editor .............. Marga et Stu pfler Reporters: Stanley Hagler Betty Haas Arthur Holch Helen Harris Miriam Beck Blll Hyer Mary Calkins Norma Goldfoegl Bonney Carlson Mary Ann Newman Wilma Carr Betty Jane Payne Goldie Cohen Patsy Patch Joyous Cummings Rosemary White Helen Deverin Mildred White Claire Winter The students found out about campus society from competent energetic So- ciety Editor Marion Ball. In addition to her work on the paper, Marion and Malcolm Boyd broadcasted each week over KMYR. A conference with the editor is in order as Heller, Collins, Kline, and Boyd confab with Editor Lopez on style and news content of the Clarion. l-opez reigns supreme and rules with a subtle hand that commands maximum coopera- tion from his underlings. "Get a load of this," says Harold Davis, as he points to one of his sports stories. Davis was sports editor under both Alldredge and Lopez. His knowledge of sports was voluminous and his writing good. Some weeks the editor didn't know whether there would be a sports page or not, but Davis always came through. I 1. .L Yds- M, EDITOR: Elaine Haney as editor kept the members of the staff -in line and achieved her purpose in giving the students a conservative "ultra" yearbook. Satis- fied that her efforts were realized she turned her energies to her numerous other campus activities, a few of which were Mortar Board and R. A. C.-these in addition to her being president of Sigma Kappa sorority. cole IW TYPISTS: Jeanette Mayer, Mer- cedes Montgomery, Marion Scott, Helen Thomas, Dolores Melvin, WORKERS: Lois Long, Virginia Montgomery, Charlotte Fletcher, Lois Cole, Betty Rork, Joanne Malloy, COPY WRITERS: Lois Cole, Dolly Varden McDowell. Ed Huffman-Photographer Left: ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Joyous Cum- mings and Frank Moore knew the tribulations that accompanied their positions as associate editors. Lower: COPY EDITOR: Bill Parsons wrote the copy and "stood the gaff" of censorship im- posed by a conservative editor. Lois Cole, one of his helpers, is shown with him. I , '.,s,J I I 51 . ,J I- ' I-4 igfggf ., H I Right: ART EDITOR: Eddie Northway was the competent art editor who designed the cover and title pages. 85 fha Muna The lightsdim, the curtains part, and the audience settles down to an evening of delightful enter- tainment. From serious plays to comedies, from past to modern day, and with correct costuming, sets, and lighting the Drama de- partment presents tour or more productions throughout the year. he 'th T. SSOCK at feta: X Se 323' Cha' oft for d Kon xmenff . ecxof. ore Cagegl' dfpibduceailxonsl 'S ghd at an ' a Sgvtsldilgrnggif. :sh 5T3f0K0 i r. 00" t ie, W. .smoke Ylliblxlal Cham glfhe l Y' h8 def Wxfeeidp 'iigdxilngon' ,harm Ss? ns 0 dhas Nan Ql itibifu asain Paftj yea' Cagma- Perlec. n ol M ne Olav glish dtfeckgzoducii 201 The En who d X35 a Soun 86 '75 . l Upper: "They lived happily ever-after" symbolizes the conclusion of "Two Orphans" when Henriette, Zelda Cook, and Maurice, Robert Blackman, are united by Maurice's uncle, Minister of Police lBob Bugdanowitzl, who had tried to break up the lovers. Also, the two orphans were united. Lower: "The Perfect Alibi" for a perfect crime until a woman's intuition says it's "murder!" Susan, Betty Paul, and Jimmy lher fiance? Ralph Paul, solve the mystery through the police's record of alibis. Susan traps Carter, J. Roy Williams, with the evidence and the police take over. A comedy of pirates appeared in "Wappin' Wharf," by Charles S. Brooks, which opened the dra- matic season and was presented by the Dramatic Productions Authority. This organization's purpose is to provide an educa- tion activity for all students in- terested in any phase of drama, to afford entertainment to members of the student body and to pro- vide professional training for a dramatic career. Returning to the nineteenth century the second production, "Two Orphans" was well received. A modern murder mystery intrigued the audience in "The Perfect Alibi." Last but not least, death, became a subject of interest during the ending of second quarter, when "Outward Bound" was presented. Right: Louise, the blond and blind orphan, and Henrietta, the kidnapped brunet orphan, are re- spectively played by Carol Hutchins and Zelda Cook in "Two Orphans." Left: Ralph Paul decides to turn over a new leaf as Joe DiLorenzo, the examiner, and Ford Weyandt watch his struggle. ln' it Of . X wof 1 chnlca 35 ,a ted in the cas worlsiql Cwifl er65 bm LaCY Unwerv wdent Ro - s X S , ' the - rsitY lle?l1niC'an,,anin The Uslvfhe Yea" -fl-iegfjgigns througho sfo 'T 23, NGN ...X If the .ed Set5 0 the for this Vgflorded t lgoweni Responsllfli Perle was Elbe' ma de ch2n9fSap,0ductl0gf W, the Size of all ' . a xggguate Vgggaaas Qlziijgions. partmesghngs and pr s!B9e L ., We eeak Thalamiethinking disappears into integrative and objective thinking under the guidance of the Speech department. Univer- sity students prefer debate and discussion to the other speech programs. Diaphragmatic breath- ing is one of the chief concerns of Miss Adaline Bullen. , . NTS' EUC , dgraff' wx . ft xhe . 15 of Sveectgqa Madam whghwuh ges'50' MU" grime -BW-9 each A . Pro Ewoo Ch 629 6 Spef-l Ke 5 sv M Dr. ee . an ot? xmoxff, ?gcYt'?f:fov'1"9 pe hlQ gl l rtisfgrce. 3 of 10955 X asdaliffsihafgigfs X509 B' 'gliifiamgfafts bil it l A QYQ QQBC if D 'sveeclq an 598362 seflous n we Sta Ole vB"OUZ.rrai alias been 0 T . a 9 cl belngxagiei agafg. his ieveral Y lo' 88 rrrr 4- i "Ui N LJ' Ns, A Q C s 6 Gb Upper: "Resolved, that present government regulations of lndustry should be permanent" was the topic for the de- bate program of winter quarter, and which undergraduate managers of Forensics, James Kenna and Joe DiLorenzo, discussed in a friendly manner. They also formed a debate team. Lower: Runnerup in the Intramural Debate Tournament was the Sigma Kappa team of Maxine Smith and Joyous Cummings. Successful from quality but not from quantity is the opinion of the speechdepartment on the ln- tramural program of the year. Winner ofthe panel discussion in the fall was Margaret Thaler. Sigma Kappa girls and Independ- ent men were outstanding in the discussions held. The winter quarter was given to debate in which Sigma Kappa, Independent men, and Pi Kappa Alpha were outstanding. The Kingsley Ora- torical contest, in which anyone can enter and with runoff rounds in each ofthe schools, was on the spring program. An after-dinner speaking contest for Freshmen and Sophomores was held in April. Left: Harry Allen, active member of the Speech De- partment, ranked high in the National Tau Kappa Alpha Progression held fn Detroit, Michigan. Right: Margaret Thaler-winner of the Western States Tourney and the Iowa Invitational Speech Tournament as well as the Denver University Intra- mural Discussion. -KT- '- 4. 41 f' O ti I 95' Wei a Under the benevolent direction of the venerable Professor W. H. Hyslop, the instrumental groups were successful in a mediocre year of student interest. The case for classical music was presented with a will by "Doc. Hy" in his occasional musicales given by the orchestra in Chapel. The good Doctor's enthusiasm is generally well rewarded by the wholehearted approval and admiration of those students who appreciate the time and effort necessary to produce a first class musical organization. 90 Wm T 'jx-If ,. lf-3 'l 5 ff L sf- .:-,, Not undeserving of praise was the band, resplendent in their brightly colored uniforms, who Ioyally supported the team at all of the football encounters at home. Professor Hyslop, who finds time to teach in the Engineering School, in addition to his active leadership of the band, de- serves much credit for his leadership. harm Under the direction of Katherine Bowman, the University chorus flour- ished and saw its group of mixed voices present several concerts and assembly programs of interest. The mixed voices rang out and the air was filled with dulcet tones of hard-working choristers. Unappreciated by the majority of students, the chorus was one ofthe outstanding organ- izations ofthe University. Camel ' 4411 "Go and see Doc. Cohn" would be the reply to a query by some student intent on getting into the flight training before it was too late. Handling a primary class of 30 and a secondary training group of 20 the university flight training saw an increase in students, as many boys preferred the air to a walking army. We I working students lit such there bel throw phys- ics, history and all such boresome matters tc the wind, drowning their sorrows in a coke. In the upper regions of this most popular building, cards and dancing hold forth. All in all the fifty seven cents of the student association fee which goes to the Studen' Union brings dividends tar greater than expected. Deep in the heart df the Student Union hard- Upper left: Six to a table plus everybody's books and empty coffee cups and coke bottles-minimum equip- ment for the proper enjoyment of the Student Union at lO:4O. At lunch time every corner is filled with hungry students and professors reviving themselves after a hard morning. Upper right:Lazing around comes naturally to most stu- dents but in the conducive atmosphere of the Student Union, Carl DeTemple and Ted Foulk really let down. They're probably watching some ambitious souls who are dancing to the nickelodeon-each man to his own idea of relaxation. Ed Estlow seems to be amazed at some- thing, but Ed Dunn, Joe Rhodes take it quite calmly. 94 After December and the Pearl Harbor episode 6 defense training was not long in being organ- ized. One found nearly every coed enrolling in at least one course and many joined several classes. Coeds and housewives alike flocked to the nutrition class offered by Essie Cohn, motor corps groups, first aid, and braille classes. The car was working before these Motor girls started-the question is--will it after they finish? Upper right:Cood nutrition is the theme of Dr. Essie Cohn's bulletin display. By learning what each food has in the way of vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates, and minerals and how thty are utilized in the body, the girls will prepare good meals-both appetizing and nutri- tious. Upper left: Under the tutelage of Miss Rilling the first aid class has bandaged up the "broken arm, cracked skull, and skinned nose" of one of their cohorts. Learn- ing these fundamentals of first aid will qualify them to act in any accident emergency-war or peacetime. 95 Above are Wilma Jean Morrow, Thora McClure and Ruth Hayes, the three prize winners among the girls for the best Homecoming costumes. The costumes were judged on a basis of how nearly they represented the "Gay Nineties." After the awards were made there was a parade through downtown Denver by the student body in full regalia. awww and x 'l ,r l. l i Pionsms mans monies our DF REDSKIDS! , '. V -.-. .-BL.. . L The prize for the best house decoration was merited by Pi Bet with the clever idea shown above. The competition amon sororities was keen and the honor was well earned. The winning decorations were selected on Homecoming eve an nounced the following day at the football game, when the were paraded around the field at the half. 96 Even during the festive Homecoming celebration, the im of national defense was not forgotten, as is evidenced by t above. The face on the bar-room floor recalls to mind the of the early West, when a wanderer happened into a sal sketched a woman's face on the floor, then on finishing th he fell forward dead. I 3 . it aww ' ikeable Charlie Herzog hides behind a handle-bar mustache and Seen below are Bob Bainter, Kenneth Ekblad, and Les B0ehm, Wh0Se raws a tall one for a Homecoming celebrant. The float above, Costumes Wefe iudged Pfile Winning among the men. These cos- anned by Sigma Kappas, suggests a paddling for the Redskins. fumes 3Ufhef'fiCaHY "9Pfe5enfed The Qafb Wom by the daihing ioneer Day was climaxed by a dance in the evening, after which YOUNG "blades" in the "Gay Nineties." e "old grads" having had their day, merged into the background r another year. Sig Alphs won the prize for having the best decoration among fraternities with the idea depicted above, showing the Utes ght in Denver's spider web. This year's Pioneer Day was a erate success, with the dance at the Student Union crowning day's efforts. l l l :if gb? if .. the book upside down 98 ,..f x"" i X ifxwl.,-:4 lj ,-" "-'47-I-'5- . , .. -, A- gi- N 'J , 4 1' , . . ,ny"'3 -" ' ' -,fn Ag . . 0 W ,- ,. 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Riddell makes a end around? . . . well, I swan . . . McDanal breezes in. lO0 pass . . , up and over . . . IS there an Q ull if-4-P --:mi 1 1 ' i ' ' A . - A dy ' SS: 4 A .il I 1 vs' 5 5? 1 -xx if asw g l ip., , him., f ""'-'ec-sf .Qi -re- f . . . "fake it easy, fella's-don't be so 6' 6, a rough" . . . the Good doctor . . , Ah! Pavlowa . . . "hit me on the shin again and l'll scream" . . . nonstop flight . . . collecting a Bill . . . how green was my grass. . . lOl 1 w -Lak . One-two-th ree, kick 1'5" 5,7 it ai' an vi 4?4??f dive forthe ovsfer, . . dive for the clam ,.. 41 JK 5 A' 55' , A.4 V far 'I f ' If 'nf 1? 'jg ..-"Fi ' Q y Q , 1 .M 559,10 V f 1' .,.1'r':. , Nil: Alf. ff? '. ' 1 A 1 if if'lfQ3?-Ffil-QQEPJ, ,'i,.ri' . 4 :Q gga' 1 A N-M35 X 1 , . i 1 ,fx B ...J I' J?ff5L N '72-1 ' -Ga '-j3Ps5'- , , cv- '-- " ' ' M41,,'f LSL 51124-Q, ' w -L I. V Y ft fl' 5 , ' , " l fl. . V I 'QL ' x f" 'i i -if 'T gr., , , K-1. Q .IQ .-4.--, , ,- . . .:i' - X?"-3g.g1." 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"ls my nose shmy now?" . . . a tisket, a tasket, a red and gold basket. . .all keyed up. . , "I'II smile for you". , .a shot in the dark. . . "ask me anything" . . . de-feet. IO7 . O. D. K. 'rapped lightly an these iucky thirteen 108 F- 1 KGJM N ,,, I X Y Y- ,X , "fx hr! politely . ' ' N5 .mwo x65 wo he r!X0v!ij'2Za'xr5 5606 K '5 908.6 wwe 0 gl- SZ ,, gr ,'. . '7 ,buf US flhe ZQUI- '77 Llf '31- Unl'v:rgO wh 6 ffyl, W 1 6 have . . . lucky girls-to be tapped for mem bership in Parakeets 109 H 5.4" F '-H.. "--avi: - ,,,'44 ' 'G wg' ,,x. ,Q-J " 'K ' . .,'u.'., , ,, A.-.T "wwf - "'-If-L. I 4? . AS, ,Q mf-' ex.. x- vw-I T. --, - ' 7 - X,-"' A - 565. flPlonvEkP5 ' ' ' ll ' X, 1' wi '. ha! . . , dig, baby, dig. . .hold that pose . . a run for home . . , Ketch as ketch ca me and my shadow . . . "how did That butter get on my fingers?" TI H- G' f-Ii V M.. ..v N .bv-vp ,,,. -I-va gin: 1 Vlmw tl -o llll 3 5 l . 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Qgxvpiqff in-. 43' . vii, . .QEESLF A. 3 M' 'mpgiv 1 E , P ,Fi A L .1-"fa x 1,43 Jr S1:Q:e.ErJi'9' Ji . .--tm - ' 5 NJ, V fl" 'Q-111.3 POLITICIAN . . . William Olson, Independent and President of the School of Liberal Arts. Writing a Clarion column on International Relations Oley gave vent to his journalistic incli- nations. As a past President of the Junior class, he knew how to go about his job as chief officer with no lost motion. Bill was also a member of O. D. K. 134 1. .. gf if -,., , 1'5- 5.r F Wu " , 49 ' - ' rs- .450-ff. 3 '1' -i ,iw t ' f if " ' fl 'Q' "-, , 54 I fr 'Iwi i -Mn ' r - .q,.,,, . -ly, my ., Nr -x t,'T4gq"iQ'f , :w r 4 ' ,.."' f i 3, If J 4 , - ,: ..-:gi "H, Jw ff "A . - -1 'L-' ': -f"' t- W. -cn 1 1414 'uf -f df. ttszfi. 4' ' S. 5, .4 AJ ,V M, 6 1 ,..--or ... -li -.i iii bf: . gi 75 -,ai 15 I. X av fx if' af ., 'Qs ' ,fl I " .. k - 5, j'v,x.k. , 4 tw. Q L it . . , . 5 .f' - 1 . Y' ' .qv ' 1 - -" 1 f , M , ' 2 'Q'-f ,Q -' 'r U F X. 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A member of Kappa Delta sorority, of which she was President in her Junior year, Bev found time to be on almost every committee relating to her office besides being a secretary of lnterschool Council. 135 v Q. , i e 'Qi Q 'V J4- 4 J N, . -sl ig? , Q I I ' any 43 .igr WW Hifi .5 E tg age .I a ,sl-,Q 1' -si " P CONSCIENTIOUS . . . was Clem Collins, Jr., of Commerce. President of the Phi Epsilon Phis at the down town school, Clem was never too busy to offer a friendly smile and greeting. A member of the Board of Publications, and Alpha Kappa Psi, Collins also wrote the popular Commerce gossip column. No one was surprised at his being tapped by O. D. K. l36 . A li an HMMJ Avia grainy A nw? nuff is HW Q, am All 5 'naw T aggfwfj wif' 551 gz5U'. null' if--r: nail' glilf ue!U" .www 'llll a lll bill ru, K9 Nl! gg, wi asain WHY will 11' 4 2 Q , . ef i l 'r 4' Hui' ,' ur- ifig I r r all 1 ,N .1-Q 9 'Q l A A HO' mg-N li A ' M ' - ' 1 5 , ll 1 L YW? I ' ' l ' ., mv - I , . '14 , ' s l - . . ,,, A 2?,fpf.- ' N n g? ' V . H I! ,L , , F ru! 3 V fp li 1 2 if ., ff- 'ri .-1v "U r -' H1 ,-.fi 'f l Jr". CHEER . . . for the petite cheer leader Ruth Mclntosh whose versatilitv and likeable person- ality was omnipresent in campus activities. A member of lnterschool Council and Mortar Boardi Ruth was the Vice-President of the school and Vice President of the Senior Class. Alpha Gamma Delta was her fraternal bond. l37 ,uw 53? w ..' M if' 14,315.42 I xg 4- vc Si vl Tl vl f 1 ' li l ...g 'Q fi ,. ..-9 K-,i 1 L 3 .5 M. " 'w' 1--Q-fe-an-..,,,..-qi. .Jo-4 A RIGHT GUY . . . would be The reply of asking any of the Engineers their opinion of the prexy of the C-as House-Joe Enarson. Among the membership of O. D. K. and Interschool Council was Joe with his spontaneous grin and smooth personality. 138 yi, f' "" as ? vi CLEVER . . . at anything she undertook, Marian Allen Shahan made herself one of the out- standing members of the graduating class. An Alpha Gamma Delta, she was president of the PanHellenic Council, member of Mortar Board and Parakeets. 139 - I .JF -N,--9 al . Q , '.i.: r 5 53-Qf' 1 YE .1 I is 2.3, iii fif-if U J . V ' ' Q 'z TA I- , Lil w. f W1 5' 1 ?Q,l"9!' r ' 3 '- " 6' .9 . it 1 4 i A MIND . . . of her own, not to be swayed by the honey tongued hypocrites that some times find prey on college campuses. Mary Hallock, had the courage of her own convictions and they were usually right. This Sigma Kappa was the President of Mortar Board and was a member ofthe Board of Publications. 140 1 WNW--Q ailixxi 'Y , QV l JG I '1 r 4, 1.19. vp ,LL -' I Q--153'-G' r4u 5-F' -' L43 ,, 3, - ., if' .: 'J W-F I 'I -9 t' ,J 'u'7i' " Q' ,Jil ya! ,I 1' l fd' : sf Q' SCHOLAR . . . is the word for Harold Agnew, Beta Theta Pi, and President of the Senior Class. Maintaining a straight "A" average, Harold upon a premature graduation, was re warded with a position assisting Dr. Stearns in a vital defense job. The well likedvbov with the analytical mind was also President of Omicron Delta Kappa. I 2 1 m,: J. ,F-' " .if .f -.ff fl V: le' S ENERGETIC . . . describes Pi Phi Marian Ball. Member of the lnterschool Council, Board of Publications, and Society Editor of the Clarion, Marian found time to broadcast a weekly campus comment program. Always in the foreground of coed activities, Marian held the re- spect of all who knew her. l43 'mi Q f f, ,liar -wif!!! . ,I A-T1 .. .., i ., 'WP ".. lik xl fr 1 5" ' ri r ,Cf -"4 'lfiff l jll 'iff 'li , , 1' iv " . ' ii . 1-,. i , -5, 1 A 'll X EFFICIENT . . . Leonard Savory, Phi Epsilon Phi's prexy kept the boys in yellow packets in step. As a Junior Sam served as publicity chairman for the Cas House and was tapped by O. D. K. l44 l -0, .-:Q r r s-.P 4 -.- sw ,A rfb. . Q if :Jig wir 5 1 31 . ,fr , w ,W-'M JIRA a I f' :v'."'. W- Lie f- 1 A Freshman at Commerce . . . sorority-Sigma Kappa . . . favorite food-fried shrimp , . . favorite actor-Spencer Tracy . . . favorite sports-tennis, swimming . . . plans for the future-job first, then marriage , . , favorite smell-pine trees . . . favorite color-red . . . favorite sensation-the feelinq that comes after climbing to the summit of a mountain and Iookinq back over the trail you've climbed. 148 .pn vu., 'gl' it Y A Freshman in Liberal Arts . . . Independent . . . favorite food-cherry pie with revel ice cream . . . favorite actor-Ray Milland , . . favorite sports-horseback riding, tennis . . . plans for the future-to be a medical technician . . . favorite smell-doctor's offices and hospitals. . . favorite color-red . , . favorite sensation-walking on a wet crass with bare feet. 149 1 X i F 'x 'ff , A Freshman in Liberal Arts . . . sorority-Alpha Gamma Delta . . . favorite food-shrimp . . . favorite actor-Sterling Hayden . . . favorite sports-swimmino, tennis . . . plans for the future-to be a nurse . . . favorite smell-an ocean breeze . . . favorite color-red . . . favorite sensation-looking from a mountain. 150 i I l i l 1 A Junior in Liberal Arts . . . sorority, Kappa Delta . . . favorite food-prickly pears . . favorite movie actor-Cary Grant . . . favorite sport-skiing . . . plans for the future- marriage . . . favorite smell--the smell of rain . . . Favorite color--aqua . . . favorite sensa tion-being first to ski down a new trail. A Junior in Liberal Arts . . . sorority-Kappa Delta . favorite food-frog leqs . favorit . . . . . e actor-Errol Flynn . . . favorite sports-horseback riding, skiing . . . plans for the future -to get married . . . fa o 't Il- ' ' ' fion-riding in the rain v ri e sme garclenras . . . favorite color-blue . . . favorite sensa- l52 s'0 -Ti s+D.s t . I ' I Q A Sophomore in Liberal Arts . . . sorority-Pi Beta Phi . . . favorite food--melba toast favorite actor-John Payne . . . favorite sports-riflery, archery . . . plans for the future -to be a medical technician . . . favorite smell-banana oil . . . favorite color-light blue . . . favorite sensation-walking inthe rain. 153 i A Junior in Liberal Arts . . . sorority-Sigma Kappa . . . favorite food-lemon pie . . . ' ' - ' I f th f ture--to teach favorite actor-Ronald Colman . . . favorite sport tennis . . . p ans or e u schoo! . . . favorite smell-shoe polish . . . favorite color-blue . . . favorite sensation- walking in the wind. 'I54 +3 . W 4-" 1 LW W- l IW. WW W ,. l l W l fi l LW l'.Wf W .Wi W . :il.7:'f1 pqilli- WWlv FFA,- ,ir- 'rift'-' W lengt r-ji' Z , ' if igigif . ....., Mi... ,iii-I .LQ 5-' 514 -fig H 'l,iy1LfHi.'.1A N , '-W W ,.,,f:.i ,ilr-, '. .ig , ,-,:- ' ,g:, f " , . :fri W- A Freshman in Liberal Arts . . . independent . . . favorite food-lemon chiffon pie . . . favorite movie actor-Tyrone Power . . . favorite sport-swimming . . . plans for the future -to be a commercial artist . . . favorite smell-the rat house . . . favorite color-powder blue . . . favorite sensation-kicking autumn leaves. 155 The Demonstrations feature of the year was proving to Sports Editor Jack Carberry of the Denver Post that the University s t u d e n t s had school spirit and could cheer the team to winning a few football games. The annual event of men dressed in all types of nightwear for the "nightshirt parade" c a m e next. They formed a huge chain-gang and went through Denver's business district up- setting the atmosphere of the theaters until they settled down to a rousing program at the Denver Theater. i 3 dents. gg p. Upper right James Riedel manager of Demonstrations, worked hard at putting demonstrations at the football games over and sought new ways of getting better cooperation and school spirit. Lower right Assisting at demonstrations, rallies, and working with Parakeets at various functions are the Phi Eps, who were under the capable leadership of smiling Leonard Savory, president. Parakeets marched and made intricate formations during the football season. Led by Mosa Heller, president, they aided in pepping up the stu mln! ROW ONE: Warren Reed, Bob Riddell, Warren Johnson, Howard Schechrel, Bob Wilson, Bob Frates. ROW TWO: Dan Conwell, Dave McWilliams, Ed Lesar, Bernie Craig, Loren Hays. ROW THREE: Ed Estlow, Gregg Browning, Fred Jacobs, Andy Gunning, Earl Campbell. Those not shown: Leonard Alterman, Richard Barger, Frank Burton, Don Carlson, Stuart Clark, Dan Clinger, Carl De Temple, Leon Diner, Ed Dunn, Lloyd Eskildson, Dave Garland, Howard Gebow, Bob Gifford, Bill Gray, Bob Halford, John Hammond, Joe Harvat, Bob Hogan, Harold Horvat, Joe Jackson, Bill Jones, Max Jordan, Jack Maclear, Ronald Macleod, Clegg McKellar, John Mohar, Frank Moore, Don Morton, Dick Murray, Jerry Otto, Bill Parsons, Bill Phillippe, Clarence Reiner, Harold Roberts, Bill Schumacher, Harry Shade, Henry Walsmith, Wes Weber, Clinton White, Baird Whitaker, Powell Wilson. ls, E' presiding Over the "D" Club through- The very "green" freshman men try to untangle the mass of out the year was baskefeer Bob Wilson- shoes, which members of the "D" club "Kangaroo Court" have mixed in a pile. oollwlf Employing the vaunted "T" formation, head coach Clyde "Cac" Hubbard saw his charges come into their own after disappointing him in their early season games. "Cac", well liked by all the boys, drilled the new system into his team until he had them moving like clock-work. They demonstrated great potential scoring power in smothering Wyoming and C. U. dur- ing the latter part of the season. Looking forward to next season, Coach Hubbard makes no predictions, stoically watches the arm of the draft picking off his material. Out of the Big Seven Conference, D. U. has a chance to show what they can really do, and Hubbard r 31 1 -ff' '- if i' fs. Art Quinlan, assistant coach, lends Head Coach Hubbard valuable cooperation in turn- ing out winning teams. is the right man to have at the helm. Ellison Ketchum, assistant coach to Hubbard in foot- ball and head coach in bas- ketball, deserves much praise for his fine coaching. r 'N. 1'-""' .s . J 3 .. ' is T333 Dan Stavely coached fresh- man football and baseball. Well liked by his charges, he turned green frosh into heads-up college ball players. Dave Wyatt, the athletic manager for the University, takes care of the financial end, And the worry that goes with this job is also his. Eddie Haynes had charge of all equipment. His business is to know of the latest fashion for athletes. Above is the Pioneer football squad of l94l. From left to right in the first row: C-iftord, Phillipe, Clinger, Riddell, Clary, Breneimer, DeTemple, Foster, Walsmith, and Hogan. Second row: Assistant Coach Ketchum, Wilson, Shade, McLeod, Murray, Dunn, Carlson, Schumaker, Reiner, Lesar, Anderson, and Head Coach Hubbard. Third row: Weber, Jordan, Wright, Browning, Craig, Bone, Horvat, Hays, and Estlow. Fourth row: Assistant Coach Quinlan, Diner, McKellar, Clark, Mohar, Schectel, Hammond, and Assistant Coach Stavely. Below: Oblivious of the camera, the serious expressions on faces of the players on the bench indicate that the gridiron is being made the scene of some hard-fought football, and their interest is obvious. S ,gt-'52, DENVER 6-IOWA STATE 'I4 Employing a vigorous running attack, an underdog lowa State eleven edged out a favored Pioneer team in a listless exhibi- tion of early season football. Denver showed spark only in the early stages of the game when, shortly after the opening kick-off, Denver recovered Darling's fumble at the mid-field stripe and marched to a touchdown. One redeeming feature of a slow game was the end play of Denver. Time and again Denver's Hogan and Browning ghosted through to smear the opposition for substantial losses. Upper: WALSMITH REACHES PAY DIRT . . . after I short sprint to score against Colorado Mines. Lower: "WHERE YOU HEADED?" asks Bob Gifford of a Mines man as he imitates a block ot granite. . ik y DENVER 0-BAYLOR 14 Although playing improved ball, Denver found Jack Wilson and his running mates from Texas too much for what they had to offer, and dropped a hard-fought con- test to Baylor, I4-O. Showing a reversal of form from their play the previous week, the Pioneers played heads-up football and kept the Texans busier than the score might indi- cate for 60 minutes. DeTempIe and MacLeod looked good in Denver's line and Walsmith played out- standing ball in the Pioneer's backfield. Ist row-Bob Riddell, Jack Foster 2nd row-Ed Lesar, Clegg McKellar 3rd row-John Mohar, John Wilson 49" 'UV' Ed Dunn Harold Horvat, Cb 'Q l "C-'FQ 'Y f-. DENVER 7-B. Y. U. 13 A potent B. Y. U. grid machine, playing an alert game, and taking advantage of all opportunities, downed a hard-luck Denver team, I3 to 7. Playing cold-blooded, calculating ball, the Cougars scored both their touchdowns in the first half and went on the defensive at the beginning of the 3rd period after D. U. had scored on a pass from Schectel to Diner. Denver was superior in the game statis- tics, but fumbled six times and their kick- ing was vastly inferior to that of the "Y" lst row-Bill Schumacher, Ed Estlov 2nd mv-Dick Murray, Carl DeTernple 3rd row-Bob Hogan, Bemlo Craig 4th row-Henry Walsmith, Dan Cllnger DENVER 40-WYOMING 0 A crowd of 4,500 watched D. U. slaughter Wyoming 40 to 0 at Laramie in what proved to be the Pioneers' best offensive display of the season. Calloping Ed Estlow, who came into his own this season, led the Crimson attack, which never let up till the final gun was sounded. Estlow made two long runs for touchdowns and set up two other scores by his spectacular dashes. Every player who made the trip got in the Iganwe and all of them played outstanding a . D. U. totaled 409 yards from scrimmage while holding Wyoming to sixteen. Upper: EASTLACK NOSES THROUGH . . . tor Colorado Aggies despite frantic efforts ot the Pioneers to stop him. Lower: "LET ME TAKE HIM". . . argue Schumacher and Browning as they sneak through the Utah Ilne to get their man. - i Bi: , 1- ' , '1- . 'B .N Y I Je' DENVER 0-UTAH 0 Wallowing over a rain-soaked gridiron, Denver held a favored Utah eleven to a scoreless tie as a present to old grads, who sat huddled together under newspapers and umbrellas, watching a muddy Home- coming contest. Twice within the fifteen yard line, the and C-old couldn't i nite the spark. Red Q g that might have meant victory, and they bogged down on both occasions. It was Denver's sterling end play that again stood out, as Hogan and Browning teamed to make the ends impassable. Upper: "PLEASE PASS THE PIGSKlN". . . says a Boulder Buff during the Thanksgiving classic. Lower: HOGAN SKIPS OFF A FEW . . . yards against Boulder just preceding a touchdown. DENVER 6-COLORADO STATE 6 Denver played to a 6-6 deadlock for the second tie in as many weeks as Colorado Aggies matched their 6 points and held the Pioneers' touted "T" formation in check for the rest of the game. The locals scored their touchdown when Bob Riddell dropped back to his own 40 and heaved one to Diner, who loped to the Farmer 35. Then' again Bullet Bob faded back and floated one to Bob Hogan on the five yard line. Hogan side-stepped the Aggies safety man, Bergman, and bolted across the goal line for the score. 'lst row--Gregg Browning, Dutch Reiner 2nd row-Bob Wright, Marvin Anderson ird row-Leon Diner, Leigh Wilson 4th row-Russell Bone ' . h on , If .,f' ,rm V 2.1 X ' 1 ' 1 use 'CL . 1 T. ig U -i ar- , . 'es' at W- ' LT -a DENVER 14-UTAH STATE 6 With their "T" formation working to per- fection, D. U. defeated Utah State l4 to 6 at Logan, Utah, before a meager crowd of 2,400 unenthusiastic fans. Bob Riddell scored both of D. U.'s touchdowns on nice runs. Hank Walsmith made nice gains through the line all afternoon and DeTempIe stood out in the Denver line. The Pioneers gained ll7 yards through the air to their opponents' 60. lst row-Loren l-lays, Bill Phllllpe 2nd row--Stuart Clark, Bill Clary 3rd row-Max Jordan, John Hammond 4th row-Bob Gifford DENVER 27-BOULDER 0 Operating superbly behind an intricate "T" formation, a Red and Gold power machine crushed a hopelessly bewildered Buffalo eleven, 27-0 on Thanksgiving day to close a mediocre campaign in a blaze of glory. Mixing complex running plays with a potent aerial game, the Pioneers scored twice in the first period and twice more in the third and fourth periods as Walsmith and Hogan stood out for a Den- ver team that had eleven stars on the field at all times. Before the game was ten minutes old, Denver had scored and the Pioneers stayed on the offensive the rest of the afternoon. Upper: "lT'S IN MY HIP POCKET". . . :hortles H gan as he waits with open arms for a touchdown pass ag In l' Boulder. Lower: "PARDON ME". . . while I pick up a few yards says this Denver man on a short gain against Boulder lin 5 tv A he . is , 1.Y.j.1l.-:e,- 1- -- N. -x -, .fQ+Vw la' sv? vi? WVVQ. S- 1 1- l I i ' P f ft "' 't ....- -. P F, . Q4 N 1 1 f .,4 .1 i PS' R-A 4 dd Lacking the wholehearted support of the student body, the varsity basketball team hustled all season and wound up just out of last place, ahead of Colorado Aggies, with a record of two won and ten lost. The Pioneers almost pulled the upset of the season against the highly touted Wyoming cagers. The Cowboys came to town looking for an easy victory and were lucky to edge out a win in three overtime periods. if Coach Ellison Ketchum, varsity basketball ' ' 1 L . Q4 N, coach, worked with a small group of boys in a 'A' league that was the toughest in the country. He shaped his boys into a smooth functioning team that, despite tough breaks, provided ample competition for their vaunted oppo- nents. Ilia S-. S., av 'i.l"1v-,reef -'U' .JI"" . T I xnill The varsity basketball team for l942: Jerry Hogan, Bernard Woody, Frank Moore, Jerry Otto. Second row: Bob Wilson, Gregg Browning, Fred Jacobs, Loren Hays. Third row: Leonard Alterman, Dick Murray, Earl Cambell. The team was sparked throughout a lack-luster season by Captain Bobby Wilson. Loren Hays proved a valuable scoring addition toward the .latter part of the season, and Dick Murray turned in some fine defensive games before enlisting in the army. 166 'ff "uv STOP THAT MAN . . . is the cry as Komenich leaps in for a short shot and Dick Murray does his best to keep the Wyoming giant from scoring. UP GOES HAYS . . . and in goes the ball for another D. U. score as the Pioneers threaten to vanquish the vaunted Cowboys on the locals' home floor. l67 Huge Mil Komenich, Wyoming University's center, plays "keep away" as he calmly holds the ball above the frantic clutches of the Den- ver men. "Lefty" Campbell maneuvers around the Utah defense and hoops one for the Pioneers in their vain attempt to beat the Redskins. 168 I .aff Greg Browning breaks the ice for Denver as he dumps a short one in the thrilling Wyoming game that went into three extra periods. A scramble for the ball under the Denver bas- ket saw an eventual two points racked up in Denver's score column. 169 medal! After a slow start, the Pioneers came along as the season progressed, depend- ing quite largely on the pitching arm of Silent Dave Garland, and the smart play of first baseman Dan Conwell. With the loss of their all-conference shortstop, Bob Justman, the Pioneers were pre- sented with a gap that stood out like Gargantua in a chorus line. The outfield was also noticeably' weak with Hank Walsmith doing most of the heavy work. Dan Stavely was the newly appointed coach who guided the baseball fortunes of the Pioneers during their "42" season. i,:.ui",i ' . .Y --, .- -f.-V -,,.---4 ,llfP'X,fg2, lie. l The varsity baseball squad for l9-42 is pictured above: Back row: Dan Conwell, Wilson, Hank Walsmith, Lloyd Eskildson. Second Row: Mel Schwartz, Dave Garland, Ed Lesar, Bill Proctor, Leo Cray. Front Row: Coach Dan Stavely, Roy Saunders, Ernest Elzi, Bill C-ray, Jerry Otto, and Fred Mahony. 170 f x CONWELL STRIDES IN . . . for another score as Denver gets on a merry-go-round in their half of a lucky seventh. HEADIN' FOR HOME . . , is Leo Cray, Denver, outfielder, in the Mines encounter in which Denver was victorious. 171 Nice form on a stretch . . . is shown by Dan Conwell, Pioneer first sacker as the runner is out by a step. "Who you waving at, Bill?".. . . is the question as Bill C-ray, Denver's third sacker, swung late on one, and the camera catches the expectant look on Mr. C-ray's face. 172 .db N 0 . . i .. .' A swipe, at thin air. . . is taken by Hank Wal- 'lr -ff smith in a game played at D. U.'s homefield. .. 'M V i s Slide, babay, Slide . . , but it's too late and this mm" N ,N I, I . ,,, M W, Denver man was cut off at home on a close f l . 1-S 0 - play. ,E ,Hyde 3-'W""'f3 ' 173 With a small, but potent squad, "Granny" Johnson coached his four wrestlers through a season aggravated by hard luck and in- juries. ln the finals ofthe confer- ence meet, Mike Johnson, the outstanding man on the squad, lost a tough match to the Aggies man. Aggies went on to win the conference championship. 4, ,. UPPER The wrestling squad consisting of Frank Burton, Warren Johnson, Joe Harvat, and Howard Cebow UPPER RIGHT Two wrestlers giving a demonstration of the hammer-lock. fl Track was coached this year by Ellison Ketchum, who rounded up more boys for the spring sport than have been on the cinder paths for years. Returning letter- men were Ed Estlow, Warren Reed, and Bob Frates-all sprint men. 1 p " 5, il 1 , f 'J . FJ lplONEEf75.fa l!7"'E'i.l The varsity track team for l942: Back row: Coaches Hubbard, Ketchum and Wyatt Third Row: Ed Fussel, Forrest Wagers, Clegg McKellar. Second Row: Loren Hays, Earl Cambell Dick Miller, Hill, Bill Havens. First Row: Bob Newell, Warren Reed, Hi Roberts, Ed Estlow Bob Frates, Andy Cunning, and Clint White. Upper Right: Speedy Ed Estlow gets on the mark to start a fast century. The tennis squad this year, coached by Dave Wyatt, started inconspicuously, but gained mo- mentum as the season progressed. 3. V-,gr Three of last year's champs from 1 the winning Big Seven D. U. team f returned-Frank Moore, Francis Mahon, and Dave McWilliams. UPPER' The tennis squad consisting of Dave McWilliams, Francis Mahon, Frank Moore, and Billl Parsons. UPPER RIGHT: Francis Mahon has just returned the bali with a swift slice. 4"-"1-if ww laifr' +V-eq "H ' - -,.:r1Bc-f..- ,. l'gmf-f?'lf--A'-- - I I . ,. KAI- 4 'v f I ,- .., ' HF' ABE! ...H f...- -. ROBERT WILSON .........,.,........,. BASKETBALL A play maker without peer . . . diminutive . . . ever hustling . . . never say die . . . sparked a mediocre team that at times showed signs of brilliance . . . a ballplayer's ball player. OUTSTANDING IN THEIR FIELD ROBERT HOGAN .......................... FOOTBALL The most outstanding man on the football team . . . played end .... extremely versatile . . . a 60 minute ball player . . . appreciated by teammates and spectators alike. fy . I l 1 ltr . E . I DAN CONWELL .......... ,,,,.. DAVE GARLAND ............,...,,.,,,.,,,, BASEBALL Neither could be chosen without the other. Dave, the pitcher and Dan, the first baseman. Both veterans, all-conference. Dave could al- ways be depended upon to pitch a good ball game, and Dan came through with those "clutch" hits. l77 The intramural program, under the direction af A of Granville Johnson, was extensive enough to allow every boy in school, not participating in interschool sports, an opportunity to take part in the athletic games. The Pi Kaps dominated the powerful touch football league, and finally won the all-school championship from the ' .4 l .4 iT . 4, lib wg A i i I , , 5 ...lil-H ll, 'K i l I l I , l ' l ai.- C 6 up and over the bar goes this intramural high jumper. , .Clegg McKellar heaves the javelin . . . Wilson and Stimack, neck and neck . . . "Wally" puts a horrible on his op- ponent . . . Joe Harvat calls heads or tails as he flips Mike Johnson into the air . . . Champs are born-Elmer's team-all school basketball champions above are Havens, Diner, Parsons, Halford, and Garland. 178 commerce A.K. Psi's. ln basketball, it was Elmer's team, who went through undefeated to win a clean cut championship. The Kappa Sigs were their victims in the championship game. ln track, the independents were triumphant with a powerful aggregation winning over the Greek Sig Alphs by 6 points. i I mf' l s , 1 1 i i -yi' 4.53.4 , V. W-J ."f1' "f' 'A . Q 61" 7. 'A , up V: Aff 'Ag X A ,,.ll.', 1 Y X ,Life - 1 4 2 '::4f'1.-va t Q 7' nrfzawzueaf 9500 l L, 461-fafkiyg-,igfkkr N I- - 'N V ii ,BL fr- . f Q D the Sons of Rest made a strong bid for honors in the intramural football league . . . Kappa Sigma, runnersup to Elmer's Team tor all school honors in basketball . . . "Granny" shows son Mike how it's done . . . this high jumper goes over with inches to spare in the intramural track meet. . . keep your eye on the ball is more than a motto for these basketeers . . . "Granny" propels Joe Harvat into a loop. l79 0meu5 Jiiklef dbg C-race, skill, and Ch arm for eve "Y coed might Rillin Well be th by wig' as She e moffo 1, 'Ch 1- plan of hree, he CO:-adssrr? Varied'sSrMBbel aY acquireoflrgm Se Rhythm, armonxf, grace, and skkh Rn the maneuvers oi rn dancing Ks taught to women by the Mrs. ther Shex fer gra uate as he physxcaX e ca known o mode the unkverskw new dance 'xns'cruc,'cor, CaXdweXX. ents won the basketball tournament, and hockey was won by the Junior- A well rounded athletic program for university coeds is carried on under the direction of Miss Mabel Rilling, professor of physical education for women. Participation in the various sports offers membership into the Women's Athletic Association. This group manages tournaments and the details of sport organization. The four major sports of the year were hockey, volleyball, basketball, and baseball. Minor ones include tennis, badminton, golf, riding, and various other sports. Tournaments are held in all these sports, some intramural and others interclass. The Independ- Senior team. ,g 'px ' it ft 7: N ,TI 'vw ' VL 4 '- ., 7 9- 1.-, Ov 'H' 15 , 43 D' , fly ' M, A sw:-rn :S - 'mi 1 , 3 .L , Q ,R 5.5, L gf-X 2 fill- , i r - gif -: 4 X, ,-:f- -g-e :-L ,-' --1 ,4,,.,,,7t" H, 15,5 1, ng.-5 in rf Y T My fx3.,,,f r.l'lf.'9ll H 'Q T l,9Fl"""' ll ' ilu: .V T E5 lfllil- llit"l liitl-ll.el1f' -' llama' "THREE LITTLE MAIDS FROM SCHOOL ARE WE," was the song title personified by Jane Lippard, Char- lotte Fletcher, and Betty Rork at the R.A.C. Ball that is held annually under the joint sponsorship of R.A.C. and Miss Rilling. This year the idea was to dress repre- sentative of song titles. Upper: Grace, charm, and skill at executing the various figures of modern dance give to perfect carriage for the willing Freshman girls who suffer that they may look pleasing to the eye. To right: Winner of this year's women's tennis tournament, which is one of the extensive programs of physical education and women's ath- letics, is Pi Beta Phi Freshman Eleanor Leland. 5' ff' 1 118 .-life' Q Vi' "f..' - 4-.',n9r,:-IG' 1'-cu.. 55- 1-' ,Q nr -.I .N -,x,,,,H I ,. .,F-H4, .,aY.'4.1 '-.- A 5,03 .mtv-f...1. ,, . . - 3-1 9- - 4,1 'gf-H7 r ' -f- 'st' V'-U "-+- 'r -' - -, . n v r P' ' 'Vw ,.. ,ih- nawe .s3,Vf. ,i,.,, 'N t ,F 14, 3- '-X jg' 1--f.. .I --1-3, , L I -W A W'-Zig'- ,- -an-f --..:,,:-V V .'-, -V--, ..FL"'H"--- " . -"."-"f- -E - fag- ,-YQ.,-. - .wr e:":iT f4Z..? 9 -4" 4' 7:"'Ifl 's, -'g ,en ' -f-, in -- 4-,M-1,--, 2 "" ' ' .?:.,"1Qfff, j, .eg fl, M. h - us. n Y. . , . . 'flii-iii!-Aiol,-: -,ii 7 J--, A-'FFF - V 41 .fi ,- d...z.-153254. ',LQ41.,g-Q' Z 'Z Above: Mary Lee Scofield, Sigma Kappa, is putting her all into making that home run-and she did. - , , , U V . 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' Uxd YNBVQYHQXOQ She eipe sho q, 9 XRS B ' fi if ff - - - We me va wefesu ruise s mso er proof of whole-hearted participation m9 ,VOUUQ in field hockey which is not a sissy game. QKCV' 182 vm ang ' Uday L. 't x ' w , i I , K l If gi I ' X 'f ' ...-. 4 u .M l Above: The happy winners of the Girls' Basketball tournament in which competition is always tough. Vefy F In Qym Q MSDS and bclasses lea rush U rr, new D Of! ff'pe,',- OIJQLIQ,-e Ones . Qu 4 -i5'- 4 kv. ..-. Jniwegfg WA 9- 'Q-fiwfmgqqq p A ,2-,, .ff :ggi J' '1 1wf34:mMJ'55 l , 'f..14.' -, 5, K 1 .w- ' if' ' ' rr. N ,QM N , F Jaw-,-L , l,,n ' A-i' .Q ' ' A., 'Z 'ff . -e gg.. fs l I Q fs- Gr ff I .T I - 'il' M 34,23-gg When three people are vitally interested in one little hockey ball something's sure to happen. l83 --we nfefjzwfefnuf omzczf Comprised of the presidents of the various fraternities on the campus, the primary function of the Inter- fraternity council was to maintain harmony among the Greeks. The past year was comparatively dull for the council with no dissension arising to be taken care of at their monthly meetings. FRATERNITY QUADRANGLE SCENE OF MANY FRIENDSHIPS AND PLEASURES 186 OFFICERS: Jack Rugg William Jones MEMBERS: Brenimer, Robert Butz, Charles Draper, Melvin Hellon, James Jones, William Klausnar, Aaron Rugg, Jack Stone, Marvin 48 , . l ,i .v 4., Q 14.555 rl I ,Lk , 1- wr Wh lm' X ""-s Q A 1 X X ,,, L, is , - s ' 1 ' M ' me . - -f 7 9, r 1-v X " 'Q ' ', A A 2 V 1 ' 12-1'4f1.Q2?L:E WI lliilihr " Q . Q'i"'1i ' LJ! , - x pq. - is ' , B 'FK . E I l Q . ' if ,gs 5, ' '1.- . - lub! C, ,- iv '4 1 lg ' LX :H r. X x u val . rj 'a 'Fr f 'I , v .. '.,f:,f ? V W Tv -.1 l. 'Y' ., Q 9' X , -, 1 ' ' ,.. , 'sf' fgi .: I 4. ' It w vi sf ' ' -fir! 'N ,Q ' r 4 Row One: Jack Brenimier, Charles Butz, Row Two: James l-lellon, Williams Jones. Row Three: Aaron Klausner, Jack Rugg. Row Four: Marvin Stone. l87 enzbfz Qymzaffgelknzb OFFICERS Marion Allen Joan Demmer Patsy Patch Maxine Smith MEMBERS Allen, Marion Barngrover, Elloween Bell, Beatrice Black, Ruth Bloom, Edith Brown, Virginia Carlisle, Virginia Carpenter, Edna Mae Demmer, Joan Less GQ J' fa 45' , Diamod, Melba Duffy, Margery Ernst, Lilien Gore, Shirley Gritfen, Frances Hunt, Marjorie Qi' .FA P- i. I Kaplan, Maxine Kliss, Beth Loeptien, Juanita A B., A 5 Patch, Patsy Sager, Ethel Smith, Maxine Taylor, Helen White, Rosemary - I1 X lin, Q i T C . .::m...L -if Williams, Dorothy I5 L 3 Row One: Allen, Barngrover. Row Two: Bell, Black Row Three: Brown, Carlisle. Row Four, Carpenter Demmer. Row Five: Diamond, Ernst. Row Six: Kliss nr . V xl J Gore. Row Seven: Loeptien, Patch. Row Eight: Sa: Q , ger, Smith. Row Nine: Taylor, White. unzbfe OFFICERS Joan Demmer Jean Binkley MEMBERS Bailey, Eleanor Bate, Kathleen Binkley, Jean Brainard, Shirley Cobb, Margaret Collins, Dorothy QQWQYQZQMZ Dauchman, Helen Demmer, Joan Denhaupt, Dorothy Goodlett, Joan Harris, Helen Houseman, Martha Jacobson, Elaine Lamberty, Marianne Linch, Mary Osburn, Claire Payne, Bittie Jane Schroeder, Mary Lol, Steele, Dorothy Waxman, Gladys Row One: Bailey, Bate, Binkley. Row Two: Brain- ard, Cobb. Row Three: Demmer, Goodlett. ROW Four: Harris, Houseman. Row Five: Schroeder, Jacobson. Row Six: Lamberty, Payne, Steele. I , i - i i X 'Mil Q 4 ,-fl i : i , l ,J ,4 V ' r 'QV n Y . S .5' i bu - "L, 1 9 l' A ' W 'fi A W "--.,, ,L A 4 A 4 IV Wuxi: -- l89 -4 i 2-"' W Zhu fgavnma 0 Mba ggavmua J alfa , . .iff ' QS XVQS tw VW RUS' tae ri Nano! Q:'w09der Bexialiiv W-an MEMBERS Albean, ltres Allen, Marion Barthel, June Beck, Marian Benson, Jane Benson, Marjorie Byrne, Maxine Davis, June Decker, Verna Duncan, Kaye Dunn, Betty Jean Gast, June Gore, Shirley Griggs, Beth Griggs, Dorothy Grigs, Mildred Hamilton, Wanda Hansen, Betty Harter, Dorothy Harriman, Nancy Hilderman, Carol Hobbie, Jane Hoffman, Marjorie Hopkins, Virginia l-lotfzhkiss, Gladys Hutchinson, Virginia Jenkins, Shirley Johnson, Mariorie Johnston, Lois Jones, Carol Klassen, Edith Lewis, Juanita McCarty, Barbara McCoy, Gloria McCoy, Louie McCoy, Mary Mclntosh, Ruth Murttn, Barbara Naylor, Billie Mae O'Neal, Jeanne Pankow, Barbara Peregrine, Betty Pratt, Betty Promrnel, Martha Jane Quinn, Elizabeth Ruth, Nancy Ann Scarborough, Jean Schaeffer, Josephine Schoene, Carol Schroeder, Betty Schroeder, Charlotte Schroeder, Mary Seiclenberg, Lorraine Self, Shirley Shotwell, Margaret Steele, Dorothy Stirling, Maryann Swayze, Ethel Thomas, Helen Walters, Barbara Werth, Carol Witherspoon, Patricia White, Delilah White, Mildred Zobel, Louise ,Rx-. A I . F' 3' " VR 'Y 4 'r' I 4 W 7 . Q- :fe 4 as r K SR 5- tl" V.. .5 ,H gg, .'. J S.. 'E' ,elf if 1 5' , 1 ,S 9 1... A , ,, ,,, , ,G X , 'W ' 40- 5- . D -- .T' K' nv ' - 57 'E N AFB -.Q ew- ' 'if M . rm if l ir I ' F: . ' l if Q ,Y E- gi - V ' f 'W' . "E cv' "W" sic. .:j- it .:.vr- , ,A " f are 'f' Q ' ,M i. Q :L , Q ' if , Gs' Q ' 5, wif' -N, A -P 'I .r . -5- -' . .ily " i f' . ' ' 'li' . . Q ... .5 W 5 .ir Fu if .A L' Q. ' V gg - it 17 "' . . , ll A - A -J' ' , ' 51. ,Lum V!" QE jp, r, Y 5- ' , Aft L . ., . .K ' . .,., 1-' - I '-. Y , - .. .- 7 , 1 ' Row One: Albean, Allen, Barthel, Beck, Benson J., Benson M., Byrne, Decker. Row Two: Davis, Duncan, Dunn, Gast, Gore, Griggs D., Griggs B., Grigs M. Row Three: Hamilton, Hansen, Harter, Herriman, Hilderman, Hobbie, Hoffman, Hopkins. Row Four: Hotchkiss, Hutchinson, Jfenkirnls, fohrgog, Jlohgmstin, KlaEsen,SLewis, McCart5'g. Row F' 3 M C G., McCoy L., McCoy M., Mclntos , Mur in, ay or, ' ea , an ow, ow ix: Peregrine, hillips, Pllst, Qlliinorl, Ruth, Scarborough, Schoene, Schroeder B. Row Seven: Schroeder C., Schroeder M., Seidenberg, Self, - W th Withers oon, White D., White M., Zabel. Shotwell, Steele. Row Eight. Swayze, er , p fgfela Mhaffwpaw ottlclfifv D3'wlSuCkeH f lafioan Qlatggf HeDo0ald P ,1 tl MEMBERS Ames, Al Arnold, Sidney Bate, Robert Beckley, Joe Bidwell, Elbert Carr, Jack Cheney, Melvin Christ, Al Collins, Clem, Jr. Cook, Thomas Decker, James Dutcher, Robert Eaker, Ted Eastlund, Raymond Ebert, Charles Eckerdt, Albert Ekblad, Kenneth Emry, Darwin Fischer, Max Foster, John Funk, Robert Gray, Bill Hayden, Leon Heaton, Dave Helfenbein, George Heyer, Clarence Higgins, John Hostetter, William Huskinson, Ed Kinley, Melvin Longbrook, Lester Mahr, Orville Miller, Al Mitchell, Floyd Morton, N. Leo, Jr. Nelson, Roger Olander, Herman Patterson, Robert Peel, Donald Peters, Robert Puckett, Jack Purdy, Harold Roberts, Warren Ross, Robert Ryan, Robert Schott, Robert Shroyer, Frank Smith, Maurice Suhr, Leonard Suppes, Robert Theander, Richard Theander, Harry, Jr. Torpy, Charles Wagers, Forrest Walker, Steven Watts, Elvin Wilcox, Richard Williams, Brice Wilson, Robert Wilson, Fred Woodson, James s' ew: 6 NJ ' . , 131 .5 '1' . Q I ' -sag Q' y - - l t f': 'ef . All le ig. f V A QL A X , is Sr. Q. S 4' J qs- J Wh... me-g. Q. 3, . G' F' ii' QQ -an if . ,J 6- :' A P J gl i 4 Y ' - ' Q. -s Qs-1 Av. . g A 1. X 'A Y Y Q - ll N "H-:v I as-GZ 319- rw Haig .gf ,V Q, 4 D GZ fe, e, it bg" . .- t A "i A A 1 5' ' .. n xp- - ', . .. lm 1 iq.. 'D 4 9' -' Q fe 6' fvfj ' . il A T ' F wi.. 1!" ' t if l ' 1 - ' x gf 1 .1 A L"-I A Af l A . V a ,F ic! J lf' :FW . QQ H' S ' V+ X ' i F pf' Q FQ? S 'F fl E Q af ' 'L' -f - f" I . , lk A 4 l 'jk 'J 71 .0 'L 'I -'t.f.j:i2 ggiilg' -f 1 E- lr Row One: Arnold, Bate, Beckley, Bidwell, Carr, Cheney, Christ, Collins. Row Two: Cook, Decker, Eaker, Eatlund, Ebert, Eckerdt, Eckblad, Emry. Row Three: Fisher, Foster, Funk, Gray, Hayden, Heaton, Helfenbein, Heyer. Row Four: Higgins, Hostetter, Hiskinson, Longbrook, Mahr, Miller, Mitchell, Olander. Row Five: Patterson, Peel, Peters, R Schott Row Six' Shroyer Smith Suhr, Suppes. Row Seven: Theander D., Theander H., Wagers, Purdy, Ross, yan, . . , , Walker. Row Eight: Watts, Wilcox, Wilson, Woodson. cz 9555 x0 yoke: QQ' gala 4 Q i '4-.gif . . - . 1-f u 'lag' ,vf ' ' .v- , .K fn., 0' '4 Y' ,M 0l'l'lCSj3xS Eguxl . 980 HOXX lng Q30 ullgyttrlell lxizlef ,NW MEMBERS Argoropulus, Penny Beck, Doris Brainard, Betty Brainard, Shirley Carlisle, Virginia Claussen, Melba Cochran, Betty Davis, Betty Epler, Mary Fisher, Ruth Foster, Dorothy Gow, Betty Halkowiez, Edith Hollingsworth, Ruth Hunt, Marjorie Knight, Louise Koontz, Doris Lee, Alice Logan, Shirley Love, Elizabeth Martin, Ellen Mayo, Maxine Nielson, Barbara Noble, Beatrice Osborn, Clara Shapcott, Janice Spence, Mary Elizabeth l . -i - 1, 5, ' -0- 1 V C ve- l if li n. .lx .-,air i -' tall' ' " J .- i . , I f' -, i 1 1 . I, t-Ulf I . Cl' , , , 'iv' l -,"l31 yi. L. -. S ! rf"- - L - . lli' - l .gs- ,rs i 'i I an -CH mi yi- 5. 'M .wg Y - . ill.- L, f Row One: Argiropulos, Beck, Brainard B., Brainard S., Carlisle. Row Two: Claussen, Davis Epler Fisher, Foster Row Three: Gow, Halkowiez, Hollingsworth, Knight, Koontz. Row Four: Lee, Logan, Love Martin, Mayo Row Five: Nielson, Noble, Osborn, Shapcott, Spence. , --fi y ,hai ek: Uxhela Z' RS OF? XCE5 0065 . - 10 sf Willie Mamma, Lew fd D0 9959 - ha Wa Ygszlepvv MEMBERS Agnew, Harold Baker, Steven Bergren, Paul Black, Fermor Blackman, Robert Brown, Oliver Bucher, James Cambell, Earl Cass, Walter Childers, Raymond Davis, William Downar, Richard Duffy, John Eskridge, Thomas Gould, Whitney Grant, James Hogan, Robert Holch, Arthur Howes, George Hughart, Duane Hughart, Robert Hyer, William Johnson, Roy Johnson, McClain Jones, William Kerr, David Lenicheck, Edwin Mahony, Fred Mahony, Lewis Mann, Robert Mayer, John Meyer, Elwood Muller, William Mullin, George Nyman, Glen Ogier, Eugene Outwater, Stanley Punshob, Chandler Robinson, John Strieby, Robert Summers, Huvery Swartz, John Tilly, James Twombly, Jack Wagner, Joe Weick, Frank Wilbur, William Wilson, Eugene i M4 '-"1 lfq' 'l H' af: ' Q Us 9 l If Q 1 445. 'gc - -6:1 " - ,:.f fy U. , 4 ,. L nh , f A . 5"1fv, l in :Q-J .g' G3-': lf' rf Z' 5 ,, TP! A- , Q S Q is- . S i llhf' .Long ""' 've inf 3' Q 'C 6- J 02 QQ, 1,5 lgib- 3 '96 'Q Q ln.. iq' V Q. .ig ', l v Z eg. ,fl .2 .Hof we 0 fe- J l 5, 1 W 4 A . A A 1+ f feel V I - 'Y ' A an 5- 96 il "7-"' J, in , . Row One: Agnew, Baker, Berqren Bl k Howes H I h fr " A h , ac man, Bown, Butcher, Cass. Row Two: Childers, Downer, Grant, Gould, , oc , Hugart. Row Three: Hyer, Johnston, Jones, Kerr, Lenicheck, Mahony, Mann. Row Four: Ma Meyer, Muller, Mullin, Nyman, Ogier, Outwater. Row Five: Robison, Sanborn, Sch Twombly. Row Six: Wagner, Weick. Row Seven: Wilb ' Iver, orr, Stevens, Stiles, Strieby, ur, Wilson. l97 ellaf OpFlCER3Oxxn w L00 .me Bsgwaqv gamer Z' Mmam .xgtnond Melb 3 fc NU' . ao MEMBERS Bloom, Edith Breier, Rosalie Bronstine, Margaret Cohen, Goldie Diamond, Melba Dveirin, Helen Frosh, Beulah Ginsburg, Blanche Goldfogel, Norma Golin, Betty Lou A '1 9 Harris, Helen Heller, Mosa Levine, Dorothy Lowenthal, Kata Marchick, Pauline Okner, Miriam Saffil, Thelma Saliman, Eleanor Solomon, Tybe Waxman, Gladys T GX I In ff '15, -- ' ,., A xi' -- . 4 . X H' , i Row One: Breier, Bronstine, Cohen, Diamond, Dveirin. Row Two: Frosh, Ginsberg, Goldfogel, Golin, Harris. Row Three: Heller, Levine, Lowenthal, Marchick. Row Four: Okner, Saffil. Row Five: Saliman, Solomon. 199 mills amazes, Tlnasiowlll T 0 F r 37- GQOT ge ada 0 elh ' aw' MEMBERS Asbury, Glenn Azar, Zach Bader, Ross Bonham, George Bresmahan, Frank Brown, Raymond Bullis, Milton Cross, David Domenico, Malcom Duffner, Allen Duffner, Lowell Eye, Robert Frazier, George Gagnon, Jordan Hartwell, Donald Hurst, Robert Jeffers, Charles Johnson, Darnell .fin 1 I ,' Ae L, .. Kress, Ralph Lare, Charles Macaron, Fred Mannix, Frank Martin, Wendell Merry, John Meyers, Charles Mortenson, Merle Reese, Douglas Roberts, Harold Sandberry, Richard Sanders, Robert Tasker, Walter Townly, Thomas Tyler, Warner Van Aken, David Walker, William l Il ' " " , J J r JI:-iy U, W ill h . , 'Q N V 5 A ' l uv . . Q ' 4 ma, if . .Nfl-' S-3 ,, 2941? ,Q 9 , ,F .,.-r 1 V l 4 x I., 4 t , -.Q 151. 2,3 r l Row One: Azar, Bader, Brown, Cross, Duffner. Row Two: Duffner, Eye, Frazier, Hartwell, Kress. Row Three Lare, Macaron, Mannix, Martin, Merry. Row Four: Sandbery, Tasker, Townley. Row Five: Vanaken, Walker. 201 lu MF U, .j?' k ' :. .Qtr .. ' I - . lx:-,ry 1 '-,- llllf :- -5,-:ff ,,.:,,, ,' -Y-X -251' - E52 "l'lx':4 ' "fc . ' ' if of V '-ff' .,,:-gif' .2-'F' '1cc?z'.'-5311 " ,.:,.L,4 . 4 M15 QPF lggnllfilzef me Cell 3' C P a'iCJn M? akflma ui -lil Qld tix 1 MEMBERS Brown, Virginia Comnillo, Marcella Durocher, Margaret Frohlick, Erma Jacobson, Elaine Lynch, Miriam Marcum, Thelia Patch, Patricia Pease, Betty Jane Randleman, Minnie Scholl, Juanita Shaffer, Ednamae Votaw, Alta Whowell, Eleanor -v Qbly' '7-3 90 Y Q. Q..-4. 'I i"' ' gf M ' A , 'H 1 I 4 x ,I , I -'gr . " Eag,,-.- ,, , 5.11" , - ul 5 , 0, 5 , A ' - , ,QJ ' 'QQ 5 , ' -J -- - . I ' I Row One: Brown, Comnillo, Durocher, Frohlick. Row Two: Jacobson, Marcum, Patch, Pease. Row Three: Randle man, Shaffer. Row Four: Votaw, Whowell. 203 Vhefa 0 cunma hi ggefa S Oiflceillen Nxafxha R059 fl gem Bwckfilj n l Kagillfsinla Qua 'yr-'e"""5".. Y' ll L 'X -rs-"" -Y ij.. - xv Y' 1' N XX qs' f. ' ' ELI t w x,,.,- H 52 . fi' ' '33, ' W "- Y v'j.' l'f'4 t siyqifglg Y .11 4 .ff F Ag gp 1 MEMBERS Allen, Dorothy Allen, Martha Houseman, Martha Jane Keith, Jane Brinkhaus, Mary Kay Koster, Par Brown, Diva Kridef, Phyllis Bruckman, Kathleen Langagfer, Billie Budd, EllZal3E1l1 Anne Larson, Jean Chester, Marion Cocke, Marian Conine, Beverly Crane, Bar Cressman, Ruth Cullen, Kathleen Davies,'Dorothy Duffy, Margery Eastlake, Harriett Erickson, Virginia Fablin, Dorothy Gose, Virginia Green, Nancy Griffin, Frances Lee, Katherine Ann Leist, Janet Linder, Marcia Littrell, Shirley MacDonald, Shirley Mason, Ruth Matteson, Esther Charles Messenger, Helen Miles, Virginia Morse, Calvina Morton, Jane Netherton, Carolyn Payne, Betty Jane Picken, Jo R ,han '-Q Ponsonby, Jean Qualls, Virginia Reynolds, Jane Rhoads, Marcetta Rose, Betty Sanderson, Florence Schoene, Audrey Mae Shafer, Theelda Taylor, Marilyn Tiemann, Dorothy Treece, Myra Marie Wall, Vivian Warner, Norma Watson, Mary Elizabeth White, Anne Winchell, Elizabeth Withers, Frances Wollenweber, Dorothy Wood, Elizabeth Yeamens, Vanita X . 'X ,, ,- -X , t 0 G A Q 4 x A A" 'WH Ar' Di . f. A f -- x ,'3,,,.1 6 P' 5' A 'el g ' . Q-Q . , F, .- E M fl V ' N. L ,xg ,A www. 5 ., ,-5, 6 B ck 'Psi at Q 5? .5 .. ,J -Y . "5 r w - Y, U Q. sa. G ' ,Q -3 6, cs. ., ' ra war T ' ,g r 5 Q:-I t ' . N- l . 1:45 as T . -U ' ""' 1 sv , ' 1 X I 5 ' wa. ....,.-.x N: .5 72 P i. ' -fill I . l W' Q - 3'lf'f'-lj, A ov- 'I' ' 7. ' - 3- .5 Row One: Allen D., Allen M., Brinkhaus, Brown, Bruckman, Chester, Cocke, Conine. Row Two: Cressman, Davies, Eastlake, Erickson, Fabling, Gose, Green, l-louseman. Row Three: Koster, Krider, Lancaster, Larson, Lee, Leist, Linder, Littrell. Row Four: MacDonald, Mason, Matteson, Messenger, Miles, Morse, Morton, Netherton. Row Five: Payne, Pickens, Ponsonby, Qualls, Reynolds, Rhoads, Rose, Sanderson. Row Six: Schoene, Shafer, Taylor, Tie- mann, Treece, Row Seven: Wall, Warner, Watson, Winch ell. Row Eight: Withers, Wollenweber, Wood, Yeamans. 205 ,Q 1. 7 A uh 1: l -. : l " tg- if U :, " , ' - y .-if V N, A 1 . yo K Eddie Wes m ,tlT33WEl33r Carfhwn X, dd 1 MEMBERS Balent, Ann Barngrqver, Ellowene Bate, Kay Beacham, Helen Berggren, Phyllis Bianchi, Dorothy Brennan, Amber Brennan, Patricia Cahoon, Barbara Capps, Lorraine Carr, Wilma Collins, Dorothy Collins, Virginia Colvin, Mary Jane Conley, Shirley Cook, Carolyn Crane, Gail Cruse, Shirley Currigan, Marian Dolan, Jean Ely, Jo Ann Fedderson, Margaret Fitzgerald, Jo Forrester, Bettie Gebhard, Dorothy Gibson, June Gordon, Dawn Greene, Betty Haak, Lillian Hancock, Marjorie Harper, Mary Lee Harwig, Doris Huff, Hope Hughes, Bettiiune Jackson, Beverly Keene, Betty King, Patricia Kircher, Dorothy Lewis, Mary Life, Ann McKelvey, Betty Macintosh, Jean Maul, Lucille Miller, Marjorie Millinsifer, Charlotte Morris, Dorothy Neirneyer, Jean Nelson, Lois Potter, Patricia Reeves, .lean Rhoads, Harriet Rice, Ruth Ringsted, Katherine Sparks, Virginia Stoker, Margaret Stromberg, Adele Taylor, Helen Thornton, Dorothy Trueheart, Eddie Jo Waters, Dorothy West, Kay Westhafer, Wanda Mae White, Frances Winter, Claire Wykert, Shirley Yorke, Patricia V' , X 7. 32,1 F 'F F - '11 I , . JL, F Y-1327? A ' 4 5 T , .. Qt " fr ' 'r T fi T We ' rn if . TW. V J' .egl 2 . . 'vs -3 ' i 3 a S ' f l.: HJ5- . V6 6 i i' 6 F X 1:6 A T W F9 'i gi , Q ,g T A iz 1- . I il: . ' 1 Ki.. f. 4 ...tis W ' 6- " 6- ,QE l :a A 5- Q' 3, M. , 1 , I , Y, IA ' W ,V ' D, 1. 2 ' - X 4-it , ' 'V ' -F' -Lf- 1, - . Ml 3 fl A., 'fifg . vs . , Row One: Balent, Barngrover, Bate, Beacham, Berggren, Bianchi, Brennan, Cahoon. Row Two: Capps, Carr, Colvin, Conley, Cook, Crane, Cruse, Currigan, Row Three: Dolan, Ely, Pederson, Fitzgerald, Forrester, Gebhard, Gibson, Gordon. Row Four: Haak, Hancock, Harper, Harwig, Huff, Hughes, Jackson, Keene. Row Five: King, Kircher, Lewis, Life, Macintosh, Maul, Miller, Morris. Row Six: Ne3me,er, Nelson, Rhoads, Rice, Ringsted, Sparks. Row Seven: Stoker, Stromberg, Taylor, Thornton, Trueheart, West. Row Eight: Westhafer, Waters, White, Winter. 207 wake mowm QS oiraffnimi Y lguamfiliiiiaff Dam ke Siena' ew 0 HMM MEMBERS Adams, William Appell, Charles Brenimer, Robert Brenimer, Jack Burch, Ed Chamberlin, Jack Clark, Robert Clark, Stewart Collins, Harker Crocker, John Curtis, Spencer Desserich, Emile DeTempIe, Carl Doepke, Al Edwards, William Elliot, Charles Estlow, Edward Fair, Robert Feely, Vince Foster, Jack Foulk, Ted Francis, Robert French, Warren Galbreath, William Garner, Jack Gibson, Jack Gifford, Robert Good, Gilbert Hays, Loren Johnson, Wesley Kellogg, Wallace Kirkpatrick, Jack Macaluso, James Maclear, Jack McCandless, Irvin McKeever, James McKeller, Clegg McWilliams, David Martz, George Moore, Frank Parson, William Piccinatte, Jay Proctor, Charles Rawlinson, Joseph Rhodes, Joseph Rominger, Robert Scott, Charles Stanard, Burke Stidger, Willis Sunday, Mark Thompson, Chester Vaupel, Harry Walsmith, Henry White, Frank 'Jil -Q :lille . . 3 . 1' -:LJ W" ilff 25341, 2- i l Y ilf'-if-11 '14 ' flaw' Q If T ,.i ' 4' ' f"v' 'lu'-ggiiizlf " '+il".. CAT ah. M .4 . vE!1,!.g: 'ur' 271: "JU 'l ' ' I ' l Y 1 :", - i i-In ab Row One: Adams, Appell, Brenimer R., Brenimer J., Chamberlin, Clark R., Clark S. Row Two: Desserich, Edwards, Esflow, Fair, Foster, Foulk. Francis. Row Three: French, Galbreath, Gamer, Gifford, Good, Hays, Johnson. Row Four: Kellogg, Kirkpatrick, Macaluso, Maclear, McCandless, McWilliams, McKeller. Row Five: Marfz, Moore, Par- sons, Piccinatti, Procter, Rawlinson, Rhodes. Row Six: Rorninger, Spencer, Stanard, Sunday. Row Seven: Thompson, Vaupel, Walsmith, Whitaker. P, 209 Jlyfha z' J Medela 0 hz' cz l 615 Oftiiwaan ytomenn XLGNJ der Diver yxeiuevs NN? nd NN 3 aol 3 MEMBERS Baker, Roy Ball, Ray Barnes, Jack Beatty, Eugene Bradtke, Harold Brownyard, Edward lConant, Kenneth Deneir, Robert Draper, Melbin Dunkleberger, Lloyd Enarson, Joseph Fyock, Delmar Heider, Walter J. Jensen, James Jernigan, Homer Johnson, Donald Keys, Lynn Kitzmiller, Charles Krebs, Wendell Kunse, Robert Lambert, Richard Lundquist, Wally Marcus, Donald Moleen, George Moore, Charles Morton, Donald Robbins, Robert Walters, Rolland Whitacre, Homer 1 X 9. if Q-1 J P VQHU'-9 ,QA .4 A., H" 1 x ' AQ xr X 1. '., l Ab I . rl ' -I '- .' I X, V zf il 4- F Q? 'HT ix -s ' N . W jn- Row One: Baker, Barnes, Bradtke, Conant. Row Two: DeNeir, Enarson, Heider, Jernigan. Row Three: Keys, Kunse, Morton, Row Four: Robbins, Whitacre. 211 212 6 0 Mo Mo 0' S UCER ri O? Gxbso 0 me v-man gerrhax gage' dexx .30 we ew' 569hln . MEMBERS Abbott, Lorna Belcik, Darlene Borden, Aurora Cramm, Catherine Davoren, Joan Domka, Evelyn Ernst, Lilien Ethridge, Lorene Gibson, J une Horner, Beatrice Husband, Margaret McKeIvie, Aloise Philipps, Patricia Ringsted, Kathryn Robeson, Mae Sager, Ethel Sater, Marjorie Schroeder, Alice Severance, Mabel Slife, Ruth Starr, Dorothy Vallero, Marie Van De Wege, Irma Villano, Bertha Wardell, Josephine Weaver, Erma Zoric, Betty I 4 " I X i ., ... 'I-5 ir.-,M Q i A if e """r ' f FM,-1 " R z.. i jf I 5 I. , iv. --2 T, J' " ' 7 i 4 D x if ef E L :U V Q ' ' -. snuff' irfEf. '- " ' I i ,xi -I . ui: n ,- if ' -iipirb . i r , , 'g jgfl-,i , if ri .. 'fri A , it ' 51, ' , ,'.igf-rg-:QL ei f I . Qu - Q-,CH ie? n' if .5 'A -A I EN o l Row One: Abbott, Belcik, Cramm, Devoren, Domka. Row Two: Ernst, Ethridge, Gibson, Horner, Husband. Row Three: Phillips, Ringsfed, Robeson, Sager, Sater. Row Four: Schroeder, Severance, Starr, Vallero, Van De Wege. Row Five: Villano, Weaver. 2 4 Fl 04767720 0 hz' mnma S Orvxggwiage e rS ov3:g,3onMb2?gxer Nlliaxrl Gaflllan MEMBERS ' Allen, Leanna Black, Ruth Broman, Leota Christensen, Elaine Cronan, Virginia Coyte, Mabel Garihan, Nan Gatheridge, Florence Harwig, Doris Hubbard, Shirley Kliss, Beth Lindsay, Lorraine Marrs, Marion Mercier, Mary Naylor, Margaret Olsen, Lillie Price, Betty Jean Reid, Nancy Rylander, Dorothy Scherer, Betty Walden, Anne NVaters, Ethel Weddel I, Ethel Mae 'S W w 1 i w r Ailes, L his '47-"' . .:. - .Ag ,-,gy 4' Row One: Allen, Black, Christensen, Cronan. Row Two: Gatheridge, Harwig, Kliss, Lindsay. Row Three: Mercier, Naylor. Row Four: Reid, Waters. 21 5 ofa hz' Qeffa qu' ':2.i...',g1 . a i- -Gulf" " 'L' xfills FF r O XG avsniein 109 10 aahaffl Bexgakl P- PM' anXeY Sli: a P awe' MEMBERS Allen, Harry Alterman, Leonard Bernstein, Abraham Coggan, Hy Cohen, Louis Davidson, Raymond Davis, Harold Feldman, Herman Fisher, Morton Ginsberg, Jerome Gold, Lester Goldfogel, Leon Goldman, Norman Goldstein, Jerome Hellerstein, Marvin Jackson, Theodore Katz, Stanley Klausner, Aaron Levine, Jerry Lutz, Irving Pepper, Ira Reiff, Benjamin Rosenstein, Alvin Rudolph, Robert Schechtel, Howard Shafran, Richard Silverberg, Leonard Strear, Leonard Vean, Herbert Werthan, Gene , ..d .K -., ?..i,-,IV if'l l l , 5 5 V. .L l V '-:I R 'F J f f-"1,,4Ql,L A ,,,, gf?-51:46 V I Q9 .ifwiq c. -ii" '..1-JU asf 3"a Ag !x vs. 5 , 5 X q.ll.5'17K 'I 1 ' Ah V 6 L ' , l V.. , '- r Y-5. 751, , V , , in ' . ' nf- sq 1 I' -- . 113 15. , In I ,IU ,:,F:,g. .A 1, 4' 'L3LW':::f5.', 1.:y! Y .. ' . f ,M Row One: Allen, Cohen, Davidson, Davis. Row Two: Feldman, Fisher, Ginsberg, Goldman. Row Three: Hellerstein, Jackson, Klausner, Levine. Row Four: Rosegstein, Schechtel, Shafran. 217 Wahfaaafa weld 0 z' gljefa W ' Orflcfliii viatfiewen Evllme af'l"S Fern SW alice' - r Ntaf to MEMBERS Acre, Carol Bailey, Eleanor Baker, Barbara Baker, Dorothy Ball, Marion Barrett, Barbara Bell, Harryet Besser, Jane Black, Ruth Brooks, Betty Brown, Betty Lou Bryant, Shirlee Carleton, Margaret Carpenter, Edna Mae Carpenter, Patsy Chamber, Nan Colton, Marianne Crotchett, Jean Danks, Fern Dunklee, Patricia Ensign, Eunice Ensign, Merry Jo Essig, Mildred Gifford, Jeanne Goodlett, Joan Haines, Martha Hall, Bette Lou Harris, Jean Held, Marian Hickey, Peggy Humphreys, Frances Johnson, Marjorie Lay Kaiser, Katherine Kem, Elaine King, Mary Grace Kintzele, Martha Knorr, Jean Larson, Jane Leland, Eleanor Lockwood, Margaret Marshall, Charlotte McCammon, Marcia McCammon, Virginia McEIin, Kathleen Owens, Shirley Panek, Joan Phipps, Dorothy Redington, Lillian Roberts, Ray Rolfes, Lorraine Sankey, Betty Scott, Margery Sheridan, Dorcas Sheridan, Sally Smith, Elinore Smith, Louise Snyder, Pearl Stuver, Edna Trevarrow, Dora Lee Wachob, Lou Ella Walker, Marjory White, Rosemary Woodward, Sidney Zurick, Corinne 'AJ 1 .. ,,'.., . ., . -.. T.. 'Q-5 .A . ' it A ' ., ' ll il 5- N . 'Q A We . "' H . -1: L f ' V ' 'l. li f L" . ' n ' ' fa ' - . -Q . QU " - N X G. - ' a , gl 92 ' Z . P- ' ' M is i' . . 3 P ' i Q A ,xl 'il l l -' , ' 'L X . 1 . A W . C Q Q . . . 2 Y 5. ' it ,J ' , 'F A 71 'S ' ' V 'ff Vi "' -- X . , -if l " Gi 3 ' ,ga ' C?-. .SE Z.. I FF l "- nv F l QV' if A as ff . if . . l G 'le' , - . if .i ' , ,lkyf J' V f fl , 'A ' ' A 6 .Hgh Q, 'K ff- 6 5' ' if ii 'Q I L L 1 : is L , 'dig ffl , , ' 5 . l x. L.'..,3'. ' -4 , . ' f , t 1 E i' al, .os 4, f ggi G- . B . 1 , . .lalf . i' f L m . f ' : -., . er.. ?' Row One: Acre, Bailey, Baker B., Baker D., Ball, Barrett, Bell, Besser. Row Two: Black, Brooks, Brown, Bryant Carleton, Carpenter E., Carpenter P., Chambers. Row Three: Colton, Crotchett, Danks, Dunklee, Ensign E., En- sign M., Essig, Gifford. Row Four: Goodlett, Haines, Hall, Harris, Held, Hickey, Humphreys, Johnson. Row Five K ' K m Kin Kintzele Knorr, Larson, Leland, Lockwood. Row Six: Marshall, McCarnmon M., McCammon V., aiser, e , g, , McElin Owens Panek, Redington, Roberts. Row Seven: Rolfes, Sankey, Scott, Sheridan, Smith E., Smith L., Sny- der. liow Eight: Stuver, Trevanrow, Wachob, Walker, White, Woodward, Zurick. 2 904414420 044244410 0 Z.1 0 J 0 X P5 lcfxiexxgn 5 amesundwfo James DOW' was . 1 g ywwiy .Xu MEMBERS Archuletta, Ted Boehm, Lesley Browning, Gregg Buckman, Orville Byers, Robert Clark, Robert Cope, Harrison Downing, Wayne Ehrhart, Ed Enochson, Richard Eppley, Ralph Flanigan, Wayne Flewelling, Al Fluckey, James Francis, Robert ,eww B1 Gorman, Phil Grant, Robert Greene, Bud Harris, Ray Hart, Robert Hatch, Ralph Hellon, James Horn, Milborn Hurlovitch, John Jacobs, Fred Johnson, Earl Jurick, Steve Kinclsfather, Harry Komaroski, Thomas HJ L' .2 ..-.sf Lamb, Richard Landrum, James Lynton, Gerold Miklebost, Stanley Murray, James Myers, Earl Neher, Gene Peterson, Maurice Ramage, LeRoy Reed, James Riddell, Robert Stimack, Michael Voris, Gene Weber, Wesley .. if " ' 1 '. ,L ' ' w 212' '-'Jin ' X w 'N 1 "' n 4- 1 w W - , Hgy,h13i: I r r r --4 -.Jw:'y,.-4 wx: pwlfcpq ,w W ,ml aw,-.M AFL W' ,ww , I hu II x nv, 3,1 I. r ' :-in .ffj"Al,,'Jf':H:.4 'YV X f ,, . in p, V iifilirf-QQ A JH CY 1 J. 1 ' ' 4: IL r A R X X X I I . rf I A if A-,.,l,,.'v , - ,If - , em, L WJ 1 1' f H, 1 , I 'rylxp ' , ' Y Q. J 7. Row One: Archuletta, Browning, Buckman, Byers, Row Two: Cope, Eppley, Fluckey, Gorman. Row Three: Harris, Hellon, Landrum, Lynron. Row Four: Reed, Riddell, Weber. 222 gdkfltldd 0 Qmuz 1251601 60 Jon C295 Oli: exdftdge Qxafen .Nell Robert Ne. as N'cX1aCm X 1 " " ' MEMBERS Alldredge, Robert Arnold, Sidney Babcox, Howard Balent, Ralph Bonomo, Francis Boyd, Malcolm Briber, Gay Browne, Tillman Butz, Charles Cartwright, Alton Crist, Dale Freeman, Gene Gillis, Al Goe, William Green, Harry Hayes, Robert Keeler, Robert Kinsley, Kenneth McKenney, Robert May, Wayman McDanal, Norman Miles, James Miller, Harro Newell, Robert Osterlie, Robert Poppert, Dale Reed, Warren Scott, John Skeights, Charles Smith, George Sterner, Joseph Stewart, Arvel Stone, Ed Stout, Willis Tacinas, Nick Tewell, William White, Gordon Wilmore, Kenneth Wilson, John i W x -I 9535 ,1 Wawfu Vgwiof 36 'G : .1 ' in fs- ' .-4: , V . , L ASA rr' , l i' YA i . V, . 1 , , V ' -I V - 1 ' i f I . 'f ...gp 3 if 'Sf pq dh 4, -fir J 1 5: AE- ' iq- we 1 wi LLHL L l -. A 'D gg., 3 n wi 'A I -' as . " he ' W' v K 2? in - ' , - . I V .ati 1, 1 ,- l A' A C L 44' A i Pixy :ii V' C RT, is i-.1 4, li' P. f K . '53 - I 1 e A i I 1 at A' 'nb n f 17 4- i:.,eEa 534' , ,Jie-L I " . f fx -i f 1 A F Q . V' 'lg Row One: Alldredge, Arnold, Babcox, Balent, Bonomo, Boyd. Row Two: Briber, Butz, Freeman, Cartwright, Crist Green, Row Three: Hayes, Kinsley, McCaIIin, McDanaI, Newell, Reed. Row Four: Smith, Stone, Stout, Sterner Tacinas. Row Five: Tewell, White. Row Six: Wilson, Wilmore. 223 I 4 Jaffa C7 5 3 awe H excite' gi px A059 C1309 Cl,flfar9a'ffraixocl4 Mart! Alders, Jane Lee Baker, Shirley Barnett, Margaret Batchelder, Jean Berg, Elinor Binkley, Jean Boerner, Betty Brannan, Betty Butcher, Lila Lee Chandler, Marian Chelf, Anne Christensen, Elaine Cobb, Margaret Cole, Lois Crane, Margaret Crock, Charlotte Culver, Florence Cummings, Joyous Davis, June Domer, Esther Jam' Domer, Margaret MEM Dugdale, Doralee Eakins, Shirley Fell, Virginia Ferris, Peggy Fitzgerald, Mary Jar Fletcher, Charlotte Flint, Peggy France, Margaret Grandiean, Hortense Gray, Rosalie Guiney, Agnes Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Heier, Virginia Hett, Mary Agnes Hull, Evelyn Jolly, Elizabeth King, Lela Jean Kistler, Jane Knudsen, Marcella Kotchedoff, Mariorie BERS Kraft, Rebecca Lee, Virginia Lees, Laverne Lininger, Marcia Lininger, Mary Lippard, Jane Long, Lois Lorenzen, Mavis Malloy, Joanne Manus, Geraldine Marriot, Alma Rose Martin, Laura Faye Matthews, Mary Elizabeth Mayer, Jeanette Mayo, Harriette Monberg, Virginia Morrow, Wilma Jean Norton, Janice Paul, Betty Rae, Reona Reilly, Loretta Robertson, Betty Rork, Betty Schofield, Mary Lea Scott, Marion Seifert, Marian Shinabarger, Dorothy Skov, Dorothea Smith, Mary Beth Smith, Maxine Smith, Orabel Stockmar, Dorothy Thaler, Margaret Thompson, Virginia Tomich, Elsie Wachel, Irene Wearne, Marguerite Welle, Edith Wilcox, Marian Williams, Dorothy Witherwax, Elaine Young, Elizabeth , . fl L' 1 a. F f l :li 7 V Q V, fl ' ' 141 1 l 1- . Alwiefe rl ' 3 l QI 0 U 1. 1 2. :.i .1 'V F Fw y , ' - ,519 mg V , A ' i r A: .li ' . -el 6 I, .Y .. '-'Y ' W T75-f1r'2. fi V. T F V' F Q . A . " V , . .hifi . . . V , V1 A 'll' 'H l 3, , , 'LA -S Fr, - V. jr. ' T W A 2 ll 'U I f" . , C. ,.',-- l-Q,,' 1 f ' wfg., 4 1 , 'F' "Chl A . gag 'f V',, ,I +5 u ' . -. 6 V' V , V , '- C 1-l .r,,T,,. r .V f , 4 r .Q . . I .. . . '+ Va H .t , 5.33. , l . . wrt T V s V... , .- ' , V- VU M - wr' T- -' .XA - . t V ' 1. - J 1? .,... rg W r i V . ' ' x-jf' r GV . ' , ' 'P A ' i x . 1- ' f. F A V W AQ, lf- ' 1 . 4. W 7' I, V 4 F Lf -.1 ,jig a, R ' :A , L5-gl, .,. -' Y L., N.,.., . V 'gi 2 l . .Sl 'ar -f 2 . W4 537' it . A F Vl? . Q'ff?ff:V ji' .- Row One: Alders, Barnette, Batchelder, Belcher, Berg, Binkley, Boerner, Chandler, Chelf. Row Two: Christensen Cobb, Cole, Crock, Crane, Culver, Cummings, Davis, Domer. Row Three: Domer, Dugdale, Eakins, Ferris, Fitzger ald, Fletcher, Flint, France, Grandjean. Row Four: Gray Guiney, Hallock, Haney, Heter, Hett, Hull, Jolly, King Row Five: Kistler, Knudsen, Kotschedoff, Kraft, Lee, Leers, Lininger, Lippard, Long. Row Six: Lorenzen, Malloy S M N to Paul Rea Reilly Rob Manus, Marriott, Martin, Matthews, Mayer, Mayo, Monberg. Row even: orrow, or n, , , , - ' ' ' ' W h l ertson, Rork, Schofield, Scott, Seifert, Shinabargar, Smith, Smith, Stockmar, Thaler. Row Eight. Thompson, ac e Wearne, Welle, Witherwax, Young. 225 fohfzado fda Qma hz' haikn ir ERS ORF?-allow ag, l' C62n3ldSxi3x?klfi chaff, ww MEMBERS Calloway, Carl Easley, Raymond Francis, Richard Fulkerson, Robert Hardin, Thomas Harvey, Charles Harvey, Gordon Huber, William Kelly, Fred Kraft, William Lininger, Roy Liradjis, James Logan, Donald Orange, Donald Parker, William Pitkin, Charles Roberts, George Rugg, Jack Sanburg, Donald Starr, Phil Tilsley, Wade Trace, Arthur Trace, Robert Valentine, Willia Walker, William Walsh, Edwin IT1 Williams, Lawrence Wilson, Leyndal Wolfe, Harold i . . ii. - l F' Gals, "9 ,ii r, 'f 'W' y , F , i ,11 F ' i- :- . , . ., .il-xi. te x f 1 , W, 5 ' 'il i ll? a , 1 1- f-. 'S ' ' -1 ,AV , 7 W li A llffi' il 4 , . --ia -L v,g . - ' Qi.: 41' 'fl i ii ' ' Y i 1 Q y 'l i h 4 ai, - ,Q l i ,R , 1 ' 1 K ' ',Ff'ii1:'bZ - 'V l 51:5 ,e A will 2 .t I ' i. W l -. -42: , Y, VK, -V V H' i i, Q, L . ,?fNl.5,l , -' , . V ,,'-31-631 Qi . - V V W A i. ilQu'if'fL. - Q-3'L"f., , l Rx fi I , Row One: Calloway, Easley, Fulkerson, Hardin, Harvey. Row Two: Huber, Kelly, Kraft, Lininger, Liradjis. Row Three: Logan, Parker, Pitkin, Roberts, Rugg. Row Four: Sanburg, Tilsley, Trace A., Trace R., Valentine. Row Five: Walker, Walsh, Williams, Wilson, Wolfe. ' 22 7 2 gina la 0 O I du 0042 OFFlCFQix2ne Mapgnyilai- 5 Luglvl .n Sam 'melt Richam Ha MEMBERS Bobrick, Frank Bograd, Nathan Dansky, Jack Davidson, Dan Fishman, Harold Flax, Sol Forman, Ernest Goldberg, Harvey Goldblast, Sam Green, Harry Gross, Bernard Hailpern, Ben Harmelin, Richard Kaplan, Stephen Kramish, Morris Lusky, Sam Morein, Lee Rashbaum, Reubin Rogoff, Sanford Silverberg, Marvin Stone, Marvin Timble, Ed Zeitlin, Eugene ,' f .62 Q6 -' 1- .nga A x lp- , . Y Q ' V F xv " , ' 35- 1 if F 5-. . Y A IVIVH E35 , , ge :H 1 t . I 1 B . ,- 'Q ' ra 14 ' . 1 Q .9 I, 3, 'O' f . Y ' "" , .Ji uf :x ,. ,fm-f K : wa T1 K 1 -Q"3"Q I ,Y Y T l ,, ' H 'QL ' , Q, 'Ji' ' 1' L ,ga r , E, f 116- sy LQ 5,1 fx' T '97 T A ' ,, 1 , , 1 s J 'A 1 L Row One: Bobrick, Dansky, Davidson, Fishman Flax Row Two' Forman Goldberg Green Gross. Row Three: Halipern, Harmelin, Kaplan, Kramish. Row Foor: Lniasky, Silverberg. Row lFive: Rogoff, Stone. 229 0141440041 0 hz' cz RS nice EEXY ex: 1 U6 gogefffia L0eO xuanx, MEMBERS Cde Baca, Philomenia Demmer, Joan Dinhaupt, Dorothy Hayes, Ruth Johnson, Emily Lamberty, Marianne Loeptein, Juanita Miller, Suzanne Moaruo, Betty Morfeld, Rosemary Ryan, Jean Schmitz, Ava Sheda, Norma Smith, Mary Frances n EM .ig xt 1 V' XG af' . : ' dvq, X I ' .4 . Row One: CdeBaca, Demmer, Hayes, Johnson. Row Two: Lamberty, Loeptein, Miller. Row Three: Moauro, Mor- feld. Row Four: Schmitz, Sheda, 231 hz' gfefa yfafwa Qmmdeza Harold Melvm Agnew Ella Ann Balenf Mmnle Loulse Barra Slgne Marne Carlson Fern Mercede Cherrnngton Irene C-enevleve Falllco Elsue Marlan Fox Edgar DeVon Horton ox Sterlmg Robert Johnson Warren Russel Johnson Lena Lovato Lorm Joseph Mnckey Wall George Neahr Wnllnam Clanton Olson Ruth Murruell Reeves R Thomas Ridley Jr Marlon Allen Shahan 0 zcefm Mr Cressman Mr Snkes Mrs Schumann Mr Carmuchael 2 twafzlafa awed Qmmleeo Lorraine Rolfes Bennett Ruth Black Kathleen Bruckman Patrucna Dunklee Eunlce Ensugn Marian Fox Mary Hallock Kathleen Hammerlch Elaine Haney Mosa Heller Carol Hllderman Beverly Jackson Marlorle Johnson Phyllis Krxder 'Vx Mary Lewls Lena Lovato Laura Fae Martnn Clorla McCoy Ruth Mclntosh Dorothy Powell Jane Reynolds Katherine Rlnosted Margaret Schuller Marlon Allen Shahan Louuse Nan Smnth Margaret Strumpfler Margaret Thaler Vnrgmla Thompson U wma Mary Hallock Mary Lewls Lorrame Rolfes Bennett Ruth Mc l ntosh 'J n , X V lv .N W , ,rv - f' lxxlxbxb, VUNN 'V ' f , X X., 2 Wlmzbeon elfiz L7 ahha Memdeza Harold Melvun Agnew Richard Douglas Barger Clem Wetzell Colluns Jr Darwm Thomas Emry Joseph Woodrow Enarson Edward Walker Estlow Orville Mahr Forrest Edward Mehlmann Donald Homan Morton Dannel Ary Nldess Wllllam Clinton Olson James Atherton Riedel Leonard Erwun Savory Sherman Arnold Sutllff Harry Arnold Theander Henry Joseph Walsmlth , We llll' W ' ad A l .NP lll is - UU r lv . Harold Melvun Agnew Orvulle Mahr Mr Cohn Mr Wyman 7 2 mmban gina ' ghenubaff ' Q5 ya 6 0 4 , hi QF ll ' r- ' f l OFFICERS i t 7 Donald Morton , S Maurice Stanley al Albert cabuika y-9 Walt Wilson ' - 4 .-iv. , MEMBERS Alldredge, Robert Bainter, Robert Bate, Arthur Bolander, Robert Brewer, Lial Cibulka, Albert Coyle, Charles Cox, Robert Dill, Glen Durill, David Foster, Jack French, Warren Grey, Loren Hopper, Fredrick Huber, William Kaplan, Stephen Kunse, Bon Mahony, Lewis Morton, Donald Savory, Leonard Sievert, Theodore Stanley, Maurice Townsend, John Weber, William Wells, Charles Wells, Harold I Whitacre, Homer Wilson, Eugene Wilson, Walt Row One: Alldredge, Bainter, Bate. Row Two: Bo- lander, Cibulka, Coyle. Row Three: Dill, Foster, Hopper. Row Four: French, Kunse. Row Five: Huber, Mahony. Row Six: Morton, Savory. Row Seven: Sievert, Stanley, Townsend. Row Eight: Weber, Wells C., Wells H. Row Nine: Whitacre, Wilson E., Wilson W. 'Q ,J ,Q are s N, , .V bi nk - L J Tgy elf ' Qs: Q- V 'T l' '-7. Y l - F , l - if iv Nigga' are .1 X IV ggyil ll G1 l! , .E 1 2 Qkfmeezban Jud hfwfe kvhzbwf Cgwyzhzeefw OFFICERS James Hellon Ray Nitta John Martin MEMBERS Akins, Willard Buchen, John Butz, Charles Carlson, Robert Clark, Wallace Flax, Sol Fulkerson, Robert Furneaux, John Galbreath, Donald Gebow, Howard Goldberg, Harvey Goodwin, Eugene Griswold, Robert Harvey, Gordon Heidbrak, Ralph Hellon, James Jones, Hugh Loudon, Jack Martin, John McCoy, Jack Muia, Carmine Nitta, Ray Rogoff, Sanford Sparks, Edward Thompson, Maynard Twombly, Jack Wilson, Leyndal Row One: Butz, Clark. Row Two: Flax, Fulkerson Row Three: Galbreath, Gebow. Row Four: Goldberg 1 . Harvey. Row Five: Hellon. Row Six: Louden, Mar- tin. Row Seven: Muia, Nitta. Row Eight: Rogoff, Thompson. Row Nine: Twombly, Wilson. 31 . 0 ', J - -2 ,"'ll ' J L ga , qs h I 3 Lf , X X X , "F "ig: 5' fffflg 'WV A r QL ,ll GJ i is 49 ,H .c L , is : ' ' 'J 23'- lil'-1 . 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" 4 A 1 239 A 4 CLWNMG OFFICERS Mary McCoy Rosemary White Dorothy Bianchi MEMBERS Balent, Anne Barra, Minnie Bell, Harryet Berke, Avis Black, Ruth Bianchi, Dorothy Brainard, Betty Bruckman, Kathleen Calkins, Mary Campbell, Peggy Carlson, Bonney Carlson, Signe Cherrington, Fern Cole, Lois Comnillo, Marcella Epstein, Maxine Gow, Betty Green, Carolyn Hammarich, Kathleen l-larter, Dorothy Hilderman, Carol Hillyard, Eileen Hobbie, Jane Horst, Jean Hugins, Eleanor Kortz, Ruth Lindsay, Lorraine Lorenzen, Mavis Lovato, Lena Love, Elizabeth Mathless, Norma Maynard, Dorothy McCammon, Virginia McCoy, Mary McKinney, Ellen Melrose, Frances Noble, Bernice Reynolds, Jane Sager, Ethel Saliman, Eleanor Shapcott, Janice Stevenson, Ruth Strumptler, Margaret Stuver, Edna Thaler, Margaret White, Rosemary Wills, Jean Witherspoon, Patricia Witherwax, Elaine Wood, Marian Qelfa ill ' l Q' F Q D ,L ,K , C - V 'EQ V!" .. i J ' ar- J' . . ... J J " . 4 905 P' to Keinon, Mary Row One: Balent, Bana, Bell, Berke. Row Two: Black, Bianchi, Brainard, Bruckman. Row Three: Calkins, Campbell, Carlson, B., Carlson, S. Row Four: Cherrington, Cole, Comnillo, Gow. Row Five: Hammerich, Harter. Row Six: Hilderman, Hillyard, Row Seven: Hobbie, Kortz. Row Eight: Lindsay, Lorenzen, Lovato, Love, Row Nine: McCammon, McCoy, Melrose, Noble. Row Ten: Reynolds, Sager, Saliman, Shapcott. Row Eleven: Stevenson, Strumpt- ler, Stuver, Thaler. Row Twelve: White, Wills, Witherspoon, Witherwax, l il 'A f 1--J it To i 'g ,, Efyi l . J il , . F, . .".:I - ' ' H ' - .A ,W ,LF- I 5 , 9 i . , 6 E , T T U, 4 ' wifi ,ll " 'J' -'3.LaVJli,:... ' .. N J- , ,I I A., ,,. - , x., . --, 'l X! , 2 'J f , i cz hz' OFFICERS Virginia Thompson Patricia Dunklee Elizabeth Love Maxine Mays MEMBERS Acre, Carol Acre, Lois Barrett, Barbara Barthel, June Berke, Avis Berkins, Pauline Bush, Margaret Cole, Lois Comnillo, Marcella D'Camp, Eleanor Dunklee, Patricia Gast, June Gow, Betty Hammerich, Kathleen Hilderman, Carol Holt, Helen Kalotta, Shirley King, Patricia Love, Elizabeth Maynard, Dorothy Mays, Maxine McCarty, Barbara Morrow, Jean Moss, Adrienne Nelson, Lois Oglesby, Elizabeth O'Neal, Jeanne Pankow, Barbara Shapcott, Janice Stoker, Margaret Stuver, Edna Thompson, Daisy Thompson, Virginia White, Frances Wills, Jean Row One: Acres, Barrett, Barthel, Berke. Row Two: Berkins, Bush. Row Three: Cole, Comnillo. Row Four: D'Camp, Dunklee. Row Five: Gast, Gow. Row Six: Hammerich, Hilderman. Row lSeven: Holt, King. Row Eight: Love, Mays. Row Nine: McCarty, Morrow. Row Ten: Nelson, O'Neal. Row'EIeven: Pankow, Shapcott, Stoker. Row Twelve: Stuver, Thompson, White, Wills. mg, O., 4 ev A Y Y A 9 .4 , l sr "5" , .X ei Y 1 V 6 -fa fb. K 1 i- ,Ss i. r ' A ., V. nee.. . is 1 ass, L 1- 6 Ri iii' W' as Fi' .vi J' U l .- llf , i 1 lv J' 'E la 'U' Lg' V 241 4 fl OFFICERS WOMEN Marian Fox Edna Hunter Dorothy Powell Betty Haas MEN Henry Lopez Paul Bamforcl George Francis Joe Flores MEMBERS Bamford, Paul Berke, Avis Carlson, Bonny Darnell, Minnie Fayram, Louise Flores, Joe Fox, Marian Francis, George Haas, Betty Hagler, Stan Hunter, Edna Leyda, Paul Lopez, Henry Nidess, Daniel Paul, Ralph Powell, Dorothy Strumpfler, Peggy if . -J A K i C, ,l 'Q .ll .5 , A asf. an sa, t 5 X If Q X G' '- Row One: Bamford, Berke. Row Two: Carlson, Dar- I I nell. Row Three: Fox, Francis. Row Four: Haas, l Hunter. Row Five: Lopez, Paul. Row Six: Powell, Strumpfler. Fai ' ' Y EEL -is F F 'C y l fillelh OFFICERS Marie Vallero Eugene Halaas David Mosconi F. C. Onstott MEMBERS Curtis, Schuyler Halaas, Eugene Higson, Charles Hildt, John Kippur, Irving Mahon, Francis Mosconi, David Onstotf, F. C. Pool, Gerald Sackman, Ernest Smith, Maurice Vallero, Marie amma Zyma Row One: Mahon, Pool. Row Two: Smith, Vallero. NPN' A 1r1'-v , lr Y l . i A - - . F My ,, 243 24 oe owmahb OFFICERS Betty Paul Patricia Patch Pauline Bekins Frances Melrose MEMBERS Allen, Marion Balent, Ann Ball, Marion Bekins, Pauline Bloom, Edith Brown, Virginia Bruckman, Kay Carlson, Bonney Chandler, Marian Conley, Shirley Cook, Carolyn Cummings, Joyous Diamond, Melba Dverin, Helen Haak, Lillian Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Heller, Mosa Jackson, Beverly Lewis, Mary King, Mary Grace McCoy, Louise Virginia McDowell, Dolly Varden Melrose, Frances Messenger, Helen Nelson, Lois Newman, Maryanne Okner, Miriam Patch, Patricia Paul, Betty Ringstead, Katherine Seidenberg, Lorraine Saliman, Eleanor Smith, Maxine Stoker, Margaret Stromberg, Adele Strumpfler, Margaret Taylor, Helen White, Francis White, Mildred White, Rosemary Row One: Allen, Balent, Ball, Berkins. Row Two: Bruckman, Brown, Carlson, Chandler. Row Three: Conley, Cook, Cummings, Diamond. Row Four: Dverin, Haak, Row Five: Hallock, Haney. Row Six: Heller, Jackson. Row Seven: Lewis, King. Row Eight: McCoy, McDowell. Row Nine: Melrose, Mes- senger, Nelson, Okner, Row Ten: Patch, Paul, Ring- stead, Seidenberg. Row Eleven: Saliman, Smith, Stoker, Stromberg. Row Twelve: Strumpfler, TSV- lor, White M., White R. H --'A 1, .ll M 9 A ,, 5 Us ki I N . I l N V Y.,-.- ' "iii . il , 'tl as ., , as l eg, 4. Er i K, 6 wb, f ii - M .L ,I ,HF QQ " A' Jllf at ' , if 4 ' T 'W L f ui , Q ul A. as 7 fi- F' L Q lie l ella: W z' 1 . J i l OFFICERS if W ' I ' :Q III Leonard Savory A F 'if' ' f ly' Charles Coyle - ' Jack Foster , j I"""' Fred Hopper '- 5-'T Af I ' N , Qi 5 FLC I, 5' AAEMBEIQIS CI , , s. gnew, arol ' . -f Bainter, Robert A -J' A Bobrick, Frank 5 Bolander, Robert ' Burton, Frank f I Cibulka, Albert 5 Cox, Joseph ' 6' Coyle, Charles ' Q Q " F fig Dansky, Jack '- " ry - ' Durill, David l ' V EIziI Ernest - l L ' A e.'-sew n A Foster, Jack 1 French, Warren I? I I Gray, Leo ,I r .- li.,-S' Holmberg, Dewey 6 rj, 'Y G' IRE Hopper, Fred I W ,-E5 . Nq- Huber, William I ' Q' I ' Johnston, Mac , ' ,.f.I at ,I U , . Mahony, Lewis U5 kit - ' ' 5' Miller, Jacob Eothenberg, Sam avory, Leonard , j Schnackenberg, Werner 3 c fm 6 9 F- 3 Schwartz, Cecil -xy bf 3 1 ' - ,V Shober, Glenn ' , - , ' Stanley, Maurice , ,I 1 ' Th.-lckrey, Richard -4 'f - 5 Townsend, John if Vandersarl, Edward I, Way, David , V , fl. wells, Charles 6 l . 5- 'A ,T 24' 1 Whitacre, Homer 3323 l i Wilson, Eugene "LII .I,. LI, ' 7' ' ,T Woody, Bernard ' N, F , . I S L ' 'fil , ' 5 1 I F' F r 4 L L I lfagg, -rll I if N10 In - Q. if Row One: Agnew, Bainter, Bobrick. Row Two: Bo- 'if' T lander, Burton, Cibulka. Row Three: Coyle, Dansky, Elzi. Row Four: Foster, French, Gray. Row Five: f .. gg '1 Holmberg, Hopper, Huber. Row Six: Johnston, Ma- G. I ll , I : hony, Moore. Row Seven: Rothenberg, Savory, Sho- I la - ber. Row Eight: Stanley, Townsend, Way. Row - j" Nine: Wells, Whitacre, Wilson. l , L il 2 4 4 mlda yzyma OFFICERS Robert Bugdanowitz George Francis Jim Kenna Thomas Hardin MEMBERS Allen, Harry Bugdanowitz, Robert Byers, Robert Crabbs, Richard Dilorenzo, Joseph Eldridge, Clarence Flint, Robert Francis, George Hagler, Stanley Hardin, Thomas Harper, Shelby Jones, William Kenna, James Logan, Donald Quick, Robert Robbins, Robert Robinson, Norvil Stewart, Arvel Row One: Allen, Byers. Row Two: Crabbs, DiLo- renzo, Row Three: Eldridge, Francis. Row Four: Hardin. Row Five: Harper. Row Six: Jones. Row Seven: Kenna, Logan. Row Eight: Quick, Robbins. Row Nine: Robinson, Stewart. Ui Q - i .U ,,., A A -5, - Q , -fi, 'sf 4.- A A L. v ' 5 4 ,gg ' be ,nw Q, .. H 7' "-' 1 "i , V4 . i 4 N, f i ' lim' A ' an . it 9 . 'F 1 4s'i",,. " N 2 1 FV . l ',..j,,,,i-" ' " '- l-E-H:-Er: i +G- 0 1' 4 f k I l ' . ,,, y l i mv. , F T .L I .V S H" 31 1 gre Q ' n eulichm OFFICERS Ed Lenicheck Sally McNeilly Barbara lnnis Donald McCorquodale MEMBERS Agnew, Harold Basset, Martha Benson, Jane Blatnick, Eleanor Beech, Richard Carlson, Bonney Carlson, Signe Marie Comnillo, Marcella Deming, Alice Deutsch, Mike Downar, Richard Driscoll, William Dumars, Kenneth Dunkelberger, Lloyd Edmunson, Betty Febinger, George Forman, Ernest Fox, Marion French, Warren Frohlick, Erma Graves, Daniel Hansen, Harriet Hein, Morris Helwig, Ellen Hells, William Hillyard, Eileen Holch, Arthur Hollingsworth, Ruth Holmberg, Dewey Innis, Barbara Johnson, Sterling King, Patricia Koontz, Doris Kramish, Arnold Lennox, Robert Lenicheck, Edward Leyda, Paul Mays, Maxine Mayo, Harriet McClure, Thora McCorquodale, Donald McNeilly, Sally Mickey, Lorin Miller, Alvin Monty, Donald Morris, Dorothy Newton, Ruth Pearson, Elaine Peefer, Leonel Pratt, Ruth Raum, Ester Raum, Virginia Reitemeier, Richard Rothberg, Sam Ryland, Charles Saunders, Betty Lee Schiller, Margaret Schnackenberg, John Schnackenberg, Werner Schoene, Carol Shacklett, Katherine Sheda, Norma Smith, Orabel Stoker, Margaret Strumpfler, Margaret Stuver, Edna Thaler, Margaret Thompson, Marion Thompson, Wyette Towbin, Milton Vetting, Mary Votaw, Alta Werth, Carol Whitlow, Carol Lohr, Betty Row One: Agnew, Benson, Carlson B., Carlson S., Comnillo. Row Two: Deutsch, Downar, Dumars, Ed- rnunson, Forman. Row Three: French, Frohlick, Graves, Hansen, Hein. Row Four: Helwig, Hillyard. Row Five: Holch, Hollingsworth. Row Six: Holm- berg, lnnis. Row Seven: Johnson, King. Row Eight: Krarnish, Lenicheck. Row Nine: Mays, Mayo. Row Ten: McClure, McCorquodaIe. Row Eleven: Mc- Neilly, Mickey. Row Twelve: Monty, Morris, Pear- son, Pratt, Reitemeier. Row Thirteen: Rothenberg Saunders, Schiller, Schoene, Shacklett. Row Four- teen: Sheda, Smith, Stoker, Strumptler, Stuver, Row Fifteen: Thaler, Thompson W., Thompson M. Votaw, Werth. 1 I i +I- .V DI V l ' it 'T M ,,,.Z A il M Z Y gs, Y 2 3 i ,- Ala' , - V "If, , A ws' A T- f s . . ,Q i X. - ' tail I -.: YI, , -- B . L 4 , s ' Wi' T' , l ' L lb' if , , ,, A - '. A kg .pq In 5 'QQ !. ' W 1 1 : , "f'2'j s A Q me X 'file .1 ' .la vi E e . ' A, Q .' Y I is .s L is - cel 4' Y 'l 4h L' Y' -V K.. fi f? 'll' A .E- I uw .b ' 'sf li D S. - . :r f e-" l ' i if i Y A xx ' l . , G ' . 4 , ' ':':9E. api' v gm. ' A , 2 ' - " . LLL f Q V , i, H14 Q lg 'I . V W- , A fy f 0' l 1. -w Q- if 3 A 0 is A-f , , t ,, 1 ., ., V. pda , .. ,-4' , ,A , , it f Wi. -fl r Q l 1, .d , T ' -, 1 , I -5 5- ,Y , 'f - V 1 1 4, :J -V new ,X Jw ps' ,lv A 247 Qc 24 OFFICERS John Weyandt Robert Robbins Betty Phillips Virginia Raum MEMBERS Barrett, Barbara Bugdanowitz, Robert Bruckrnan, Kathleen Crabbs, Richard Demmer, Joan Drew, Corrine Epstein, Maxine Fletcher, Charlotte Goodlet, John Guise, Maxine Jones, William Kenna, James Lacy, Robin Miles, Genevieve Mossman, Mollie Phillips, Betty Raum, Virginia Robbins, Robert Ruth, Nancy Ann Strubbar, Robert Weyandt, Ford Weyandt, John Winchell, Elizabeth Row One: Barrett, Bruckman. Row Two: Crabbs, Demmer, Row Three: Drew, Fletcher. Row Four: Guise, Jones. Row Five: Kenna, Miles. Row Six: Mossman, Phillips. Row Seven: Raum, Robbins. Row Eight: R'uth, Weyandt F. Row Nine: Weyandt J., Winchell, tr f 5 ' "' Gi, A .kj ' an ,i 2 . f 0, ff .,,, JJ L I had ww! OFFICERS Lena Lovato Minnie Darnell Jane Campbell MEMBERS Barra, Minnie Brown, Diva Carlson, Bonny Carlson, Signa Marie Colburn, Ann Dunn, Betty Jean Epler, Mary Forster, Marjorie Frosh, Beulah Haines, Martha Hall, Monte Henry, Frances Humphreys, Frances Miles, Genevieve McClure, Thora McCoy, Gloria McCoy, Mary Neahr, George Prout, Frances Shipman, Shirley Smith, Maxine Vaughn, Margaret Yeamans, Vanita Row One: Barra, Brown, Carlson, B. Row Two: Carlson, S., Campbell, Darnell. Row Three: Dunn, Epler, Frosh. Row Four: Haines, Halkowiez, Hall. Row Five: Humphreys, Lopez. Row Six: Melrose, Delores, Miles. Row Seven: Thora, McCoy, G., Mc- Coy, M. Row Eight: Neahr, Payne, Ponsonby. Row Nine: Smith, Vaughn. Yeamans. S- A, 4' . , ' lga, ,J I li: j W 4, I V, A L 4-'T ' 'H , " . -F if ' 1' . ,.. K Q 3. ' l I . 1 , ' , fu -3 , l ,1 , , 1 l F l L- , Lulvfl i 9 'W , 1 7 . N -1.-lf: .i-. . ,l ' J f N . 3 1 5. . 5 l 9' fi' .L O I? Q . ll' ,pv- V l 7 W V 4 t,,,, l 2 5 920646 Wwmcif S OFFICERS Leanne Allen MEMBERS Allen, Leanne Beckley, Joseph Cross, David Emry, Darwin Gatheridge, Florence Gibson, June Roberts, Hi Sager, Ethel Row One: Allen, Beckley. Row Two: Cross, Emry. Row Three: Gatheridge, Gibson. Row Four: Roberts, Sager. ,- f We -1 L l4:1F"'?r"' If fulazrf fwelahbm OFFICERS Alton Cartwright Sally McNeilly Dolores Melvin Virginia GOSG MEMBERS Archuleta, Theodore Argo, Glen Banford, Paul Brooks, Betty Charles, Esther Cochran, Betty Conant, Kenneth Crabbs, Richard Cummings, Joyous Davisson, Betty Jean DiLorenzo, Joseph Donahue, Dorothy Duffy, Margery Eastlake, Harriett Eldridge, Clarence Flint, Robert Froemke, Jean Godsman, Mitchell Gose, Virginia Gould, Whitney Griffin, Frances Guise, Maxine Halkoweiz, Edith Hanton, Dorothy Herbst, Harvey Hobbie, Jane Hughes, Margery Jenkins, Madge Jensen, Clefa Jernigan, Homer Kaanta, Carter Knorr, Jean Life, Ann McCarty, Barbara McNeilly, Sally Lou Martin, Laura Fae Mason, Lucille Matthews, Mary Elizabeth Melvin, Dolores Melvin, Dona Morse, Calvina Murfin, Roberta Olson, William Pitkin, Charles Ponsonby, Jean Reeves, Ruth Reuler, Maurice Robertson, Betty Saunders, Betty Savory, Leonard Smith, Maxine Stevenson, Ruth Stone, Edward Suhr, Robert Swayze, Ethel Tacinas, Nicolas Thaler, Margaret Tewell, William Vaughan, Margaret Wall, Vivian Withers, Frances Witherspoon, Patricia Row One: Argo, Bamford, Bergren, Brooks, Cart- wright. Row Two: Crabbs, Cummings, Davisson, Di- Lorenzo, Donahue. Row Three: Eastlake, Eldridge, Froemke, Gose, Gould. Row Four: Guise, Halkoweiz Row Five: Hanton, Hobbie. Row Six: Hughes, Jerni- gan. Row Seven: Jenkins, Life. Row Eight: Knorr, V A- 'Q T il k, g , xx 4 .-fl ' . -- ' Q . T H il? -ll W 'ig ff, ' 1 N .if 3, 4 W' P . .. , J. JA . 1 -. V .ep Q ,. 5 t 1- . -I , 7, I yr-1,0 -, v. 4 I A i f l A T . 1 If Y S 71- ' Y N .lil ' ...fl .4 Q5 ' 1 . J 'lrf T J li'-if an ,' li-Q. fs g u- . r i -. 3' .. .--:H if ei . ' , -a J . i 3 . 'Q ii' L 1 . 1.4 - U U V .Q 9 -12, McCarty. Row Nine: McNeilly, Martin. Row Ten' Matthews, Melvin D. Row Twelve: Murfin, Thirteen: Robertson Smith. Row Fourteerl: Row Eleven: Melvin D., Morse. Olson, Pitkin, Ponsonby. Row Saunders, Savory, Stevenson, Stone, Suhr, Swayze, Tacinas, Tewell. Row Fifteen: Thaler, Vaughn, Wall, With' ers, Witherspoon. ' t5Mx I k il .+A 4, l' 1- l .. .,, 4 ' "' , IO' I , l .. ' ' 7 f FFS i',"'r .. ' . f' -9 it . fl " Ura ' - J X E' Ji- E 9 1 . 1 ' - .3 'Jus . if X ' 9 P , . l - 251 an OFFICERS , , L . "' Carol Hilderman . ,' . Patricia Dunklee if' Jean O'Neal ' J Ji Lois Cole g 9 U MEMBERS 1 f -D . ' J if Acre, Carol Dolan, Jean Adams, Jean Domer, Esther I , Bahde, Lucille Domer, Margaret 3 S 6 Baker, Shirley Donahoe, Cecilia Ann , ., Balkenbush, Bernice Dunklee, Patricia ? 4 - Barrett, Barbara Economy, Gertrude Barthel, June Ehlers, Ruth Bartlett, Dorothy Essig, Mildred I Beacham, Helen Fritz, Helen -Us--.' Belcher, Barbara Frohlich, Erma ' Q f Bell, Beatrice Gast, June .f Bell, Harryet Glover, Alice iw- - M Q , Bellows, Elizabeth Gordon, Helen , , ' Q Berke, Avis Gose, Virginia " ,l Berkens, Pauline Gouge, Ruth -,-, "f Berg, Eleanor Gow, Betty "1 ., Brennan, Pat Gregory, Ada Q-A J -J , ZF Bower, Lois Grissom, Shirley --- f " f' Brown, Myra Brown, Ruthellen Bunger, Marjorie Burns, Ester Jo Bush, Margaret Cahoon, Barbara Gunckel, Mary Hamilton, Wanda Haney, Elaine Hansen, Pauline Haylor, Julia Hays, Mildredan l . ' . 9 if i .4 Cassedy, Rosemary Heffner, Betty Lou Chambers, Nan Herwig, Ellen ' ' Y Christensen, Laura Hilderman, Carol ,. - G Clark, Ethelyn Holt, Helen ' ' , i Cole, Lois Hopkins, Virginia I 5 Q r Q Comnillo, Marcella Hotchkiss, Gladys 55-S J -1 - " - ' ' , 4, 1 N Convery, Dorothy Hull, Evelyn If Corner, Rilla Jacobson, Margie ., 'lit Cramer, Elizabeth James, Eleanor . " .- gf Crane, Barbara Johnson, Emily lla? , , ' 5 ,. ' Q- Cutter, Carolyn Kintzele, Martha 1 'atv , 'H' in D'Camp, Eleanor Kircher, Dorothy , --4 V " ' 'll Dicker, Betty Klassen, Edith . ' ' l nv , - 1 Q - no . l 3 l 1 D V C -H5 . It Row One: Acre, Bahde, Barrett, Barthel. Row Two: ' 'gli' l Beacham, Belcher, Bell, Bell. Row Three: Bellows, ,U f nl , 1 i C Berke, Berkens, Berg. Row Four: Brennan, Brown , A .1 H. M., Brown R., Burns. Row Five: Bush, Cahoon, , " ' 'Q Chambers, Clark. Row Six: Cole, Comnillo, Crane. f , ,! . - '--'. , , ,, Row Seven: D'Camp, Dolan, Domer. Row Eight: Domer, Donahoe, Dunklee, Ehlers. Row Nine: Essig, Frohlich, Gast, Gose. Row Ten: Gouge, Gow, Gunckel, Hamilton. Row Eleven: Haney, Hansen, Helwig, Hilderman, Row Twelve: Holt, Hopkins, Hotchkiss. Hull. - fl U ta. 6 J V H, ich! ggolafw MEMBERS Koontz, Doris Krider, Phyllis Lancaster, Billie Leinweber, Dorothy Leland, Elinor Lewis, Elizabeth Lindsay, Lorraine Long, Lois Love, Elizabeth Marchick, Pauline Marion, Elizabeth Mason, Lucie Mayer, Jeannette Maynard, Dorothy Mayo, Maxine Mays, Betty Mays, Maxine McCrory, Mabel McCarty, Barbara McCullough, Genevieve McL' onouqh, Janice McReynolds, Mabelle Meyer, Jeanette Miller, Becky Morrow, Jean Moss, Adrienne Nelson, Lois Nevins, Jean Newton, Ruth Norton, Janice O'Neal, Jeanne Otto, Betty Ann Orlasky, Margaret Pankow, Barbara Patch, Georgie Bell Peebles, Marian Pospisil, Dorothv Powell, Dorothy Raney, Betty Lou Randelman, Minnie Raum, Esther Robertson, Blanche Robinson, Carolyn Robinson, Luella Root, Rosemary Rork, Betty Ryrdan, Adela Sheridan, Dorcas Sheridan, Sally Shapcott, Janice Shotwell, Odette Simmer, Mary Louise Smith, Bertha Lou Spenst, Shirley Stoker, Margaret Stromberg, Adele Stuver, Edna Tarr, Blanche Thomas, Dorothy Thompson, Virginia Thorne, Geraldine Toda, Mary Tulley, Mary Louise Utterback, Jeanne Wall, Vivian Wearne, Margaret Wheeler, Martha White, Francis Wills, Jean Wood, Ethel Woodward, Sidney Yancey, Joan Yeamans, Vanita Zolanck, Margaret Row One: Johnson, Kintzele, Kircher, Klassen. Row Two: Koontz, Krider, Lancaster, Leinweber. Row Three: Leland, Long, Love, Marchick. Row Four: Marion, Mayer, Mayo, Mays. Row Five: Mayo, McCarty, McCrory, McReynolds. Row Six: Morrow, Nelson. Row Seven: Norton, O'NeaI, Pankow, Pospi- sil, Row Eight: Powell, Randelman, Rork, Rayman. Row Nine: Sheridan, Shapcott, Smith, Stoker. Row Ten: Stromberg, Stuver, Larr, Thompson. Row Eleven: Thorne, Wall, Wearne, White. Row Twelve: Wills, Woodward, Yancey, Yeamans. 'lyk .,.,w J Y K IV f if-T: 6- lwf, ' , A -, gi -J , x , , az, in J ig v , x Q . 9 , -' it A g 4. y P Wg . V K, fi- . i 3 ' ' iv si- ' ' gg i e V ' " I N fr S sl' , l. ',wFf'f N MT' - 9 7' .i 5 I-J 55" nv- .l ., 35- Q "' , av- . 6 ' Q 1 ,W-W J 'Q Q '- S J . A if 1 'n i' - . L - ' ' ' Q, , F F 1 . 4 ,i Q' rf' - 3 V .. i. A I L J ,L 253 gala yzyma 4' 254 OFFICERS Kathleen Hammerich Elizabeth Ann Oglesby Ruth Nicholson MEMBERS Barthel, .lune Bush, Margaret Joy Dunklee, Patricia Gittings, Helen Gow, Betty Hammerich, Kathleen l-lentschel, Ruby Mays, Maxine Nicholson, Ruth Oglesby, Elizabeth Ann O'Neal, Jeanne Thompson, Virginia Row One: Barthel, Bush, Dunklee. Row Two: Gow, Hammerich, Mayo. Row Three: Nicholson, O'Neal, Thompson. am- 5 , H?- . I.. l 5 E- Q H l L i ll .W 'WL X iff XX 'TWQI' l 54 3 iv l I yfahha OFFICERS Lillian Wangnild Mary Hallock Marian Allen Helen Briggs MEMBERS Addicott, Irwin Allen, Marian Balent, Ann Barra, Minnie Boerner, Betty Briggs, Helen Bruckman, Kathleen Carlson, Signe Marie Cherrington, Fern Darnell, Minnie Davisson, Betty Durham, Lorene Epler, Mary Fallico, Irene Fox, Marian Grandjean, Hortense Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Hughes, Marjorie Jackson, Beverly Johnson, Marjorie King, Mary Grace Koontz, Doris Lavato, Lena Martin, Laura Faye Maul, Lucille Mclntosh, Ruth McKelvy, Elizabeth McNeilly, Sara Olson, William Phillips, Betty Pratt, Elizabeth Reynolds, Jane Ruth, Nancy Ann Reeves, Ruth Sager, Ethel Saliman, Eleanor Shotwell, Margaret Strumpfler, Margaret Suhr, Robert Veach, Jane Vleck, Joseph Wangnild, Lillian Yeamans, Vanita Row One: Allen, Balent, Barra, Boerner. Row Two: Bruckrnan, Carlson, Cherrington, Darnell. Row Three: Davisson, Epler, Fallico, Fox. Row Four: Grandjean, Hallock. Row Five: Haney, Hughes. Row Six: Jackson, Johnson. Row Seven: King, Koontz. Row Eight: Lovato, Martin. Row Nine: Maul, Mc- lntosh, McKelvy. Row Ten: McNeilly, Olson, Phil- lips, Pratt. Row Eleven: Reynolds, Ruth, Sager, Sali- man. Row Twelve: Shotwell, Strumpfler, Suhr, Yea- mans. 1 Q : ' T sm ,M - Q" 4 'Aust Q ltx ,FA Fo we 'A ,gal C ,:' ,H SE-"I , , . . - 1 l L ir... :nr r 'ff ' llf ', if Z 541, 3 - I V . if rtvv ' , ,E A I . an , i, 13' S '...f f' il l C- l ,g f', -'16 , gl 'l J ggi .4 -' ag-H 'fl , . l Y X . . . 'T j , ' U fl ,N - f . 5 lm 255 Qfkmfom ommaace OFFICERS Marcia Lininger Lilien Ernst' Alice Schroeder Florence Gatheridge Carolyn Cook MEMBERS Allen, Leanna Breier, Rosalie Carlisle, Virginia Cook, Carolyn Ernst, Lilien Gatheridge, Florence Gibson, June Harwig, Doris Johnson, Ruth Marie Kliss, Beth Knight, Louise Knudsen, Marsella Kortz, Ruth Lee, Virginia Lindsay, Lorraine Lininger, Marcia Logan, Shirley Lorenzen, Mavis Nielsen, Barbara Robeson, Mae Sager, Ethel Schroeder, Alice Severance, Mabel Spano, Joann Weddell, Ethel Mae Row One: Allen, Breier, Carlisle. Row Two: Cook, Ernst, Gatheridge. Row Three: Gibson, Harwig, Johnson. Row Four: Kliss, Spano. Row Five: Schroe- der, Severance. Row Six: Kortz, Knudsen. Row Seven: Knight, Lee, Lees, Row Eight: Lindsay, Logan, Lorenzen. Row Nine: Nielsen, Robeson, Sager. 256 5, 5. F' V6 A 9' . .if l' -9,' xx . H-Lge - L W A sg - "1 -fa-I 'li f.- , . 'li fl l 'H ' ' 1- ii l x - + ' 5' . .F i ,1 pl , A I -L1 YU Hs, ,Q S -. ,I a ' i J. :if-,f r V ' g i 1 N l I an Y 6 L, . emnlafm :Zkeal fm M orriceias ,Q f- 'O ,me ' ' argaret Schiller ' ', Mildred Wham ,XSS . 1. Margaret Thaler ' N ' V - Ruth Hollingsworth ,a lll-' E , Marjorie Lay Johnson . - ", Q Y Us 1- 'nf U' 7 . 2- 5, ' , L- J , , B f K: - j. ,xx I , , , MEMBERS Beacham, Helen Berggren, Phillis A In f A 5' Boerner, Betty gtg .11 Brinkhaus, Mary Kay v Brannan, Betty Brown, Diva Bird Dill, Evelyn Erwin, Mary Phyllis 'A GL F- Epler, Mary Gifford, Jeanne Y '..,,,,4 Grandjean, Hortense '- Guise, Maxine Hair, Verna Rose Hollingsworth, Ruth A " Hunt, Marjorie j gp Johnson, Marjorie D. -9 Johnson, Marjorie Lay - ?' Krider, Phyllis Ann Littrell, Shirley . McClure, Thora "' "' --"- , 'G' McKelvey, Betty 31 McKinney, Ellen "'i McNeilly, Sally Lou +L'-A Menus, Geraldine "'f V Miller, Marjorie , Moor, Penelope 5.-., ra Nelson, Lois '- if 1 1 . ' Peregrine, Betty - . J' A I Pratt, Elizabeth " l" " ' Prince, Doris Reeves, Ruth n Reynolds, Jane 7' 5' Qi. L Ruth, Nancy Ann Lk ,- Sarborough, Jean 'Q' Shiller, Margaret Q' Smith, Louise 1' Srnith, Maxine Strumpfler, Margaret 5 "' . 2, sz Taylor, Helen r, V 1 Thaler, Margaret af" White, Mildred l ' t f 'QL U l pl .N . ... -. U fm.. P' -6 -Q ff 1 " ' Y ' ,li-Z.. Row One: Beacham, Berggren, Boerner, Brinkhaus. Hqvk - A 6 'A f. Row Two: Brown, Epler, Gifford, Grandjean, Row 0 U 5, Three: Guise, Hair, Hollingsworth, Row Four: John ' If f--' son M, M., Johnson M. Row Five: Krider, Litrell '-A -f ' ' Row Six: M:Clure, McKeIvey, Row Seven: Mc Neilly, Marius. Row Eight: Miller, Moor. Row Nine - , ' Nelson, Peregrine. Row Ten: Pratt, Prince, Rey- I '- ,Q ,, , at 'Q' was nolds, Ruth, Row Eleven: Scarborough, Schiller, -5- .. , L ,153 Smith L., Smith M. Row Twelve: Strumpfler, Tay " .. ' ' lor, Thaler, White. - ' f 1 257 2 Marana OFFICERS Ann Balent Timon Walther Dorothy Bianchi MEMBERS Balent, Ann Becker, Donald Bianchi, Dorothy Bohn, Edward Bohn, Marcella Ehlers, Arnold Ehlers, Ruth Hoffman, Ruth Hotchkiss, Gladys Johnson, Sterling Kretzshmar, Marian l l Monber, Virginia Pankow, Barbara Schultz, Robert Seidenberg, Lorraine Stuver, Edna Suhr, Robert Walther, James Walther, Timon Werth, Carol Row One: Balent, Beckler, Bianeli. Row Two: Bohn E., Bohn, M. Row Three: Ehlers, Hoffman. Row Four: Hotchkiss, Johnson. Row Five: Kretzshmar, Monberg. Row Six: Pankow, Seidenberg. Row Seven: Stuver, Sayr, Werth. G' Q1 at 1 ur L I, ' 'Q' 3 -C -6 QS' " MMM 9349121 Q7 awww OFFICERS Nathan Bogracl Donald McCorquodale Edna Stuver Donald Becker MEMBERS Becker, Donald Berkens, Pauline Bograd, Nathan Dumar, Kenneth Elzi, Ernest Eshima, Nobuo Hilderman, Carol Hills, William Holt, Helen Johnston, McClain Keys, Lynn Leyda, Paul Love, Elizabeth Ann Mickey, Lorin McCorquodale, Donald Smart, Stan Smith, Donn Smith, Rodney Stiles, Frank Stocks, Royd Stuver, Edna Williams, Ernest Row One: Becker, Berkens. Row Two: Dumars, Es- hima. Row Three: Elzi, Hilderman. Row Four: Holt. Row Five: Johnston, Keys. Row Six: Love, Mickey. Row Seven: Stiles, Stuver. :Ti .-L' . Ji Q- 0 B so ,Wi ., . 1 41:- 5, n -.P , 'is' af- 5 'a,"21.i-3' I , r " 5. L E h FM: L ' R 57 ,C C gs' rv F",,,f lv . Q, . ,st -. 4' ' , . 'V F gfzgd Q 'FF ' iafgfigsi . has R A at - iv -.3 . 1-r'-' ' f , 9 26 5401264401 wlkyzkzfe U em G than is OFFICERS Robin Lacy Nancy Ann Ruth MEMBERS Barrett, Barbara Bell, Carnpton Bugdanowitz, Robert Fletcher, Charlotte Glass, Milton Heller, Mosa Lacy, Robin Lewis, Mary Robbins, Robert Robinson, Marion Parsons Ruth, Nancy Ann Vleck, Joseph Weyancll, John -5 Q Ti A K ,gag E Qvif Row One: Barrett, Fletcher. Row Two: Heller, Lewis, Q- Robbins. Row Three: Ruth, Weyanclt, ,,. ?' 4 f 6- G N I .gf If .M c. , ga-sf ,,,-v- 4- Qaeakeeh OFFICERS Mosa Heller Betty Rose Helen Messenger Jean Gifford MEMBERS Allen, Marian Beck, Doris Berkens, Pauline Black, Ruth Brainer, Betty Brannan, Betty Brown, Virginia Carlisle, Virginia Demmer, Joan Diamond, Melba Dill, Evelyn Dveirln, Helen Ensign, Eunice Erickson, Virginia Gatherage, Florence Gifford, Jean Gore, Shirley Hallock, Mary Heller, Mosa Hilderman, Carol Jackson, Beverly Kortz, Ruth Lavata, Jean Lees, LaVerne Life, Ann Loeptien, Juanita Mayer, Jeanette McCarty, Barbara McCoy, Gloria McCoy, Mary Mclntosh, Ruth Messenger, Helen Montgomery, Mercecla Morse, Calvina Patch, Patsy Raum, Esther Raum, Virginia Reilly, Loretta Rose, Betty Shea, Noma Shiller, Margaret Trueheart, Eddie Jo West, Kay White, Rosemary Row One: Allen, Beck, Berkens, Black. Row Two: Brainerd, Brown, Carlisle, Demmer. Row Three: Diamond, Dveirin, Ensign, Erickson. Row Four: Gatheridge, Gifford, Gore, Hallock. Row Five: Hel- ler, Hilclerman. Row Six: Jackson, Kortz. Row Seven: Lees, Life. Row Eight: Loeptien, Lovato, Mayer. Row Nine: McCarty, McCoy G., McCoy M., Mclntosh. Row Ten: Messenger, Montgomery, Morse, Patch. Row Eleven: Raum, Reilly, Rose, Schiller. Row Twelve: Sheda, Trueheart, West, White. fi i e x "4R,'7v- ' is '-. Ss- . SE- . 1 8 Y eng. 'AQHA' ta -r 'J V 'I , Y I 1 .47 il A 'Q is -4 -2. ' ' . 6 .gg 5 M- -f 3 X ,' . A l l Sag," 0 QW 5, . X .T zin.. U' A ' I ,' " ' 1- as - T' lier! is Sf-" 0' m - ,,. '25 .E e .. -3 5, rr, 'l - 515- 'W' '- F as 261 yd! hazkm hi: 262 0077777760000 OFFICERS Clem Collins Ross Bader George Humerickhouse Charles Lawrence MEMBERS Bader, Ross Brown, Raymond Butcher, James Callaway, Carl Christ, Al Collins, Clem Duffner, Lowell Foster, John Frazier, George Gemmil, Robert Halpern, Ben Hardin, Thomas Heaton, David Heyer, Clarence Humerickhouse, George Lawrence, Charles Macaron, Fred Mitchell, Floyd Neill, Frank Olander, Herman Puckett, Jack Roberts, Hi Schott, Robert Row One: Archuleta, Boder, Bamford. Row Two: Bergren, Bobrick, Bonomo. Row Three: Boyd Brown, Butcher, Row Four: Callaway, Cartwrightl Row Five: Cass, Christ. Row Six: Collins, Loreno. Row Seven: Duffner, Enarson. Row Eight: Flax, Fos ter, Frances. Row Nine: Frazier, Gemmil, Harden :gr-5:1 C, -, 6 A ly ' v I. Y., .47 ,-, f ., . Q-9 1' , L L ' L., A . Q Q Q, 9' 4' -go 6- 1 X P i i s L '-Jf"' L- "'?,f' L , 1 ' g 1: 3 rag, BF' .A . X A.. 'l P' W -A ir: J 5 i . N ri 4953 FQ' AQ ' L. 3 :I l gr' 1 1' , -1 P. ' ' - L "if 'YL ' .M QA U 'Z' ,Pg f 'F QC""'a"""..iil V "' wx fltii ' A ' Bt' .axial ' A v V 37,1 A L .s 1 .3 6- -' -3 . , Z O Q ' '1 . . 0 hz! , n alma! Q OFFICERS Leonard Savory Ralph Paul Paul Bamford Joseph Enarson MEMBERS Archuleta, Ted Bamford, Paul Bergren, Paul Bobrlck, Frank Bonomo, Francis Boyd, Malcolm Brown, Ted Bugclanowitz, Robert Cartwright, Alton Cass, Walter DiLorenzo, Joseph Enarson, Joseph Eskridqe, Thomas Flax, Sol Furneau, John Frances, George Guthrie, Donald Hyer, William Huber, William Kelley, Fred Kenna, James Krebs, Wendell Landrum, James Lynton, Jerry McConnell, Taylor Nidess, Daniel Paul, Ralph Riedell, James Savory, Leonard Sherlock, Jack Stewart, Arvel Trace, Arthur Weyandt, John Whitacre, Homer Row One: Heaton, Heyer, Huber. Row Two: Hum merickhouse, Hyer, Kelly, Row Three: Kenna, Lan drurn. Row Four: Lynton, Macaron. Row Five: Mitchell, Neill. Row Six: Olander, Paul. Row Seven Riedell, Roberts. Row Eight: Savory, Schott, Stev' art. Row Nine: Trace, Weyandt, Whitacre. . 1 '55 S 't""i:l J iwff ., V J x, 1 1 .J 0 u. - ' ji- ' 5 Clfmiif i 7 J J ' - fi J in X sg-. .un 14 V lf' A L -gmxv. r as A 4 digg? -vii' ' J 1' Q " l gy Q"",.i 'Q' A y T n 1 l Ag F ti fl i ' fs ff ' i l ' i f ' la l :A .A J L. 263 gh' Qelfa Q7 f an OFFICERS Arthur Beck Charles Armstrong Newell Walters James Hall MEMBERS Adair, Morris Addicott, lrwin Anderson, William Anderson, Charles Barnes, Robert Beck, Arthur Brownyard, Edward Cherrington, Ben Corson, Lloyd Croley, Charles Cushing, Colbert Cutler, Theodore Dent, Harold DeRose, Dominic Dieter, Marvin Engle, Wilbur Ferrell, Charles Fox, Guy Fuller, Dale Harrington, Eugene Hall, James Harvat, Joseph Holch, Arthur Howald, William Janicsek, Adam Johnson, Howard Kaplan, A. D. Kellendenz, George Kendel, John Mann, Cecil Jr. WW Meshke, Burt McCosh, Robert McCully, Harold Miller, Fletcher Miller, Lawrence Murray, Elwood Nelson, Alfred Oviatt, Almon Peterson, Herbert Puckett, Cecil Rishel, John Roberts, John Schindler, Alvin Shrewsbury, Ralph Shroyer, Wayne Stevens, Paul Suhr, Robert Threlkeld, Harold Varvel, James Vaughn, Franklin Walters, Newell Walters, Roland Weldon, Leonard Weltzin, Frederick Weyandt, John Whitacre, George Whitworth, Winston Wilcox, John Willey, Gilbert Williamson, Howard , A 'A , .KX 1' E, gg au. . ' S 3 Q, "Ri 'V 'r ag bf ' F-V ' AV 'iz L. an s. I. ' W "l .1 -.r B , Y H- A A 533-1 - ,is '57 - 1--, 'si-it I 'U' l -ne I ,.- 1 ,1- - Row One: Corson, Harvat, Mann. Row Two: Puck- ' , ett, Suhr. Row Three' Threlkeld Weyandt, Whit WOM ' ' A' .Ai A :Tx 0-n-. 5 Q Y.. hz' .fam OFFICERS Warren French Homer Whitacre Donald Morton MEMBERS Cibullaa, Albert Coyle, Charles Elzi, Ernest French, Warren Hopper, Fred Mahoney, Lewis Mickey, Lorin Morton, Donald Savory, Leonard Stanley, Maurice Townsend, John Twieg, Edward Whitacre, Homer Row One: Cibulka, Coyle, Elzi. Row Two: French, Hopper. Row Three: Mahony L., Mickey. Row Four: Morton, Svory. Row Five: Stanley, Town- send, Whitacre. ala wifmz i . , ' X lg'33:f' lkrwcr 5745-' llc If ,V 3, ss. A1 ,gl if F' 5-- .' - 1, ia sf . xv . My GT wb, 2. ff A ,551 Hviiw . X l . 6' , A ,fn l3,6-fa V5 11 'il"54f' .1 he Z4 ' me 265 fyhzkwfhzbwf 266 dem ff eg 'F OFFICERS fn 'H Dorothy Harter s- Eve Hedenskog , Betty Pergrine ' h Margaret Shotwell I . rx, MEMBERS Uamtorcl, Paul Benson, Marjorie ' Berggren, Phyllis Chandler, Marion 6- Fletcher, Charlotte ' ' Gifford, Jeanne Hair, Verna Rose U Harter, Dorothy Hedenskog, Eve Hobbie, Jane Horton, DeVon Huff, Hopee - Jackson, Beverly Johnston, Lois Life, Ann Manus, Geraldine McCammon, Marc McCammon, Virginia r McElin, Kathleen 1-"' Mclntosh, Ruth Morse, Calvina Newman, Maryanne Q Palangio, John , Peregrin, Betty Phillips, Betty A Smith, Maxine 'A Shotwell, Margaret Walter, Barbara 95 g White, Delilah 3 iv ia '69, J 1 'G- .A 6' Row One: Bamford, Benson, Bergrenn, Brown. Row Two: Chandler, Fletcher. Row Three: Gifford, Hair. Row Four: Harter, Hedenskog. Row Five: Hobbie, Horton. Row Six: Huff, Jackson. Row Seven: John- ston, Life. Row Eight: Manus, McCammon M. Row ,,, .5 A YF Nine: McCammon V., McElin. Row Ten: Mclntosh, ,5 , " Morse. Row Eleven: Newrnan, Peregrin. Row ' Twelve: Phillips, Smith, Shotwell, White. 5- A. po- , 4 A V . 1 , .L lt ...wif 5. U Ili ,,1 fi .AFL-V i r, iz- I J I 6 if i, D? -FS '1 5. Y Cf Alu? .sq -v 5- v I it ' ,po gba' gina OFFICERS Lorin Mickey Donald Guthrie Elizabeth Love Nathan Bograd MEMBERS Bograd, Nathan Guthrie, Donald Love, Elizabeth Mickey, Lorin Smith, Donn White, Frances A. Row One: Love. Row Two: Mickey. -K uv. yi?-if ol' '35 A9 , .-.gf-'V ' 267 hz' Hymn Jalal OFFICERS Minnie Barra Jeanne Charpiot MEMBERS Barra, Minnie Brown, Diva Campbell, Jane Carlson, Signe Marie Charpiot, Jeanne Darnell, Minnie Epler, Mary Fallico, Irene Lockwood, Margaret Lovato, Lena Miles, Genevieve Nealwr, George Ponsonby, Jean Sankey, Betty Sfalmann, Marcia Jane Yearnans, Vanifa Zancanella, Narciso W. Row One: Barra, Brown, Campbell. Row Two: Carl- son, Darnell, Row Three: Epler, Fallico. Row Four: Lockwood, Lovato, Row Five: Miles, Nealwr. Row Six: Ponsonby, Sankey, Yearnans. .gal F A 1 3' V Y l . . "- , V X sf?" U Gu I -1 V, r ILT' 1 , F.. ff! ' ,'l M I 6. v gr, 4-.' n G Y D , I'-ri Elf . P - lx 'J el' , ' l 4' Qfefla Qzefa I I orricens l ll: .., , . Jack Loudor' l- ' TQ" 'Q .g il 'ab Jack Foster f 1, it' tr Betty Gow - : Af" L r E Maurice Stanley , rf- T., gas' MEMBERS ?' re: t' Agnew, Harold Loudon, Jack L Ayres, Alvah Mahony, Lewis , Bare, Arthur Martin, John ' Bates, Bette Moore, Frank V 4 g -Q.. , 'F' rrgfln' Berkens, Pauline Morton, Donald ,545 L -V gy Bobrick, Frank Muia, Carmine ' ,, Q K Bownl Oliver Niffal Rgy .'-- V L Butz, Charles Raum, Esther Cibulka, Al Ridley, Thomas - Clark, Wallace Ross, Dorothy K "' 9 4-iaific, :, W' -ii' Coyle, Charles Rothenberg, Sam ' j tl., , V. T- A I1 ' tacit' Dansky, Jack Savory, Leonard V A '-if kfx Dew" ' Deutsch, Mike Sheda, Norma 4 A --S A N53-: Enarson, Joseph Smith, Louise " .- Flax, Sol Snyder, John :Q Flores, Joseph Sparks, Edward , av H Q T Foster, Jack Stanley, Maurice ,fill Furneau, John Stewart, Orville ' " , . ' Gebow, Howard Townsend, John X 4 A " -- Gow, Betty Twomblv, Jack r Gunkle, Mary Watts, Elvin . Harvey, Gordon Watts, Richard 'Qi ,G ng - , l-leacock, Robert Wells, Charles , , -60' Hein, Morris Westblade, Maynard ' Hopper, Fred Whitacre, Homer A A '- Huglns, Eleanor Wickham, Donald Jackson, Joseph Wilson, Eugene i Kramish, Arnold Woody, Marion an sf Q6 '5 gt- 0 '- 4- 'r 'I Y iv :I r.. ' if, Vw- A A 'Ev , 3. H A F414 Aix. has , Q F Q T. TS L l F305-k ' R ea- T is af- -: iam-'Q 'l 5' ' -- 2' --El f Row One: Agnew, Ayres, Bate, Bates, Row Two: , 'J Berkens, Bobrick, Bown, Butz. Row Three: Cibulka, ,Wit H '3""W 'alas In Clark, Dansky, Deutsch. Row Four: Enarson, Flax, ,, 1' " 35- -gs: Foster, Gebow. Row Five: Gow, Gunekel. Row Six: TJ Harvey, Hein, Row Seven: Hopper, Kramish, Lou- ' ' A' ' don, Row Eight: Mahony, Martin, Moore, Morrore. , Row Nine: Muia, Nitta, Ross, Rothenberg. Row ' 6 1 Q., Ten: Savory, Smith, Sheda, Stanley, Row Eleven: W- 4- ,I I. 3' VU- N Stewart, Townsend, Twombly, Watts, Row Twelve: ' -1- ' 5 ' we-sis, wesfbiade, whafaefe, Wilson. Ag ,A k AW- L 269 Z' ggaenma Wu 27 OFFICERS Henry Walsmith Omer Griffin Penelope Moor MEMBERS Argo, Glen Bamford, Paul Barger, Richard Bell, Harryet Bloom, Edith Bogard, Thomas Brown, Ted Crabbs, Richard Domer, Esther Jane Fallico, Irene Folsom, Morrill Francis, George Griffin, Omer Hallock, Mary Harper, Shelby Hughes, Margery Jersin, Edward Johnson, Emily Johnson, Sterling Kaanta, Carter Layborn, Louise Limberis, James Maul, Lucille McCammon, Marcia McConnell, Merle Mclntosh, Ruth Melrose, Frances Moor, Penelope Olson, William Phillips, Betty Quick, Robert Reidel, James Shotwell, Margaret Suhr, Robert Walsmith, Henry Row One: Argo, Bamford, Barger, Bell. Row Two: Crabbs, Domer. Row Three: Fallico, Folsom. Row Four: Francis, Griffin. Row Five: Hallock, Harper. Row Six: Hughes, Jersin. Row Seven: Johnson, E., Johnson, S. Row Eight: Maul, McCammon. Row Nine: McConnell, Mclntosh. Row Ten: Melrose, Moor Row Eleven' Olson Phillips Quick Row -,- ' 74. i if ' L f, aa -. - , ,,. I .mai to G-f Th fi 'rs 41, -as .3 . -7 - Ag T' 3 cz . .64 3 ::. 1 Z . ig' 'RL' 63,55 53-vt. .-Q J " ii . QQ Q O 'S' gg' A! V., F nf, is l 0' T in " - f . X4 L -lag, i . -gg' " 6 tiki, s. 6' c. : D'- , ,f :- " lbs ' L N225 Egg-Q. A, DQR- ,.' G 3 Twelye: Riedel, Shotwell, Suhr, Walsrnith. l J ' 'I A Twombly, Jack zbnem Qwzmnenadema OFFICERS ai. l 1- -1 t - . we 1 . . Q. '- , , if r - N Jack Hickisch '-'N 5, fi- . . Mary McCoy - 'M' , 2 wf Mm, ,ox A J vm sg A.. N L we Q MEMBERS Bainrer, Robert ,A Becker, Donald ,,-. Bergren, Paul ' Burritt, Constance Z-. ,M Bone, Russell , g. Butcher, James y , , Chandler, Marian V Crane, Margaret ,,.i- Culver, Florence 3 S Eskridege, Thomas ghh 5, Fox, Marian .V i .' Gebow, Howard , F-5'f' Gow, Betty Grubb, Martha Harvat, Joseph - , Harriman, Nancy ,i .at Q? G Hickisch, Jack , ,qv " -v Horne, Thelma . -T' r " Hunter, Edna 5 Hyer, William . Johnson, Warren ' Knorr, Jean 4, Mahony, Lewis az.. tsp ' Mayer, Jeanette lr' ' McCoy, Gloria . Y ' McCoy, Mary milntosliw, Donald . i ler, arry ' ,,., -- miller, Jafob , ' orrow, ean , Railing, Ray 1. o A Rolfes, Lorraine N, Ryan, Jean it-?+ Schnackenberg, Werner ' lf, 1 Stewart, Richard . , 325' .5 "' 1- . 'l", ':'f',llll N.f.:5Jf. Way, David e - White, Frances Witherwax, Elaine 15- ' fe- .Q 'Ewh Q, ' AFI.: ,A '13, Fi? ..,,, . t --J ' :Avg . -as l -5 .-10 A ' Row One: Bainter Becker Bergren Bone. Row -"' Two: Butcher Chandler. Row Three: Crane Cul- - ... . 1 I I I l , I I l ...L Y ver. Row Four: Fox, Gebow. Row Five: Gow, Harvat. up I Row Six: Herriman, Hickisch. Row Seven: Hunter, .- ' Hyer. Row Eight: Johnson, Knorr. Row Nine: Ma hony, McCoy G. Row Ten: McCoy M., Mclntosh 4 Row Eleven: Miller, Morrow, Rolfes. Row Twelve: '5' Twombly, Way, White, Witherwax. f flff? H-1' +' ff ,YL ,ff 271 Wana ZECQM 272 OFFICERS Rosemary White Malcolm Boyd Jeanne Gifford William Hyer MEMBERS Acre, Carol Albean, ltres Bailey, Eleanor Baker, Barbara H. Barton, Gordon Beck, Doris Bender, Kay Besser, Jane Bianchi, Dorothy Bonomo, Francis Boyd, Malcolm Brainard, Betty Mae Brown, Betty Lou Brown, Diva Butz, Charles Campbell, Jane Carr, Wilma Cartwright, Alton Chambers, Nan Cocke, Marian Colton, Marianne Conley, Shirley Crane, Gail Cummings, Joyous Davies, Dorothy Decker, Verna Doty, Loren Eakins, Shirley Flint, Peggy Forrester, Bettie Gifford, Jeanne Godsman, Mitchell S. Goodlett, Joan Garth Hair, Verna Rose Halkowiez, Edith Hanton, Dorothy Hargraves, Orin Harris, Jean Hays, Robert Holch, Arthur Houseman, Martha Humphreys, Frances Hyer, William Kaiser, Katherine Row One: Acre, Albean, Bailey, Baker. Row Two: Barton, Beck, Besser, Bianchi. Row Three: Boyd Brainard, Brown B., Brown D, Row Four: Butz, Campbell, Carr, Cartwright. Row Five: Chambers, Cocke. Row Six: Colton, Conley. Row Seven: Crane, Cummings. Row Eight: Davies, Decker. Row Nine: Doty, Eakins. Row Ten: Flint, Forrester, Gifford, Goodlett. Row Eleven: Hair, Humphreys, 1 Houseman, Holch. Row Twelve: Halkoweiz, Han- 9 ton, Harris, Hays. . V I,,A 1 mu, X -A fr it X tr ,M l . 'f r i . Q in -ll gg :.. A 8. A 5 l ,gg V3 Eg. .1 As- .er 'ur pt 2 4 9- 'F as A F' 'V' . W. 3, .Ar Mk , . 1 limi- T l MV" ll 0 G. ' , if 6' ' 5 if Jl - A1 4:4 F I' g., .- i 7' "' 'T f 'fd A 4, : :V -is 5,3 fl -- J 1 A a- ,rn 1: P' it -75 K is eff- 6? Ak, I.. Y ' 1. -T' if GMT 5- " if Q ga Q- -. 7' 5' " 4' 2 fe J' 41 ef ' ' . Xi ll 5 . , '1 Via 6 is tl", P -- .vu 'EQ A WMA eclafza MEMBERS Kirkpatrick, Shirley Larson, Jane Leland, Eleanor Life, Ann Lininger, Mary McCallin, Paula McCarty, Barbara McCoy, Louise Virginia McDowell, Dolly Varden Manzer, Marion May, Wayman Melvin, Dolores Melvin, Dona Moor, Penelope Morse, Calvina Newell, Robert Nidess, Danial Ary Oram, Robin Phipps, Dorothy Quinn, Elizabeth Reed, Warren Robertson, Betty Robison, John Rhoads, Harriet Schorr, Bernard Schwab, Lawrence Scott, Margery Smith, George Smith, Elinore Stewart, Arval Stone, Edward Suhr, Robert Tacinas, Nicholas Tomich, Elsie Warner, Norma Weick, Frank Westhaver, Wanda Mae White, Rosemary Wilbur, William Wilmore, Kenneth Winter, Claire Withers, Frances Witherwax, Elaine Zurick, Corrinne Row One: Hyer, Kaiser, Kirkpatrick, Larson. Row Two: Leland, Life, Lininger, McCallin. Row Three: McCarty, McCoy, McDowell, Melvin, Dolores. Row Four: Melvin, Dona, Moor, Newell, Quinn. Row Five: Reed, Robertson. Row Six: Robison, Rhoarls. Row Seven: Schorr, Scott, Row Eight: Smith E., Smith G. Row Nine: Stewart, Stone. Row Ten: Suhr, Tacinas, Warner, Weick. Row Eleven: West- hafer, White, Wilbur, Wilmore. Row Twelve: Winter, Withers, Witherwax, Zurick. 1 : .vw f 1' A , Wx R -1 91- eg, " A, Fa lg 'et if S gl tr, ' L 1 H . V -JL 5- 'xl . axe-i' " 'Q ', an . ,A 'fx B 'V ' 'wr I 'x-ibn., 1 Q. " sz, 1 Q G1 n g -Z- '." ., t -bil- . .L 1 AXA?-x qv- J ll ,, 'E ta- ,x 1 I fa lm Y an- j W 4 s An ?-fh A I. 5 tl- V' TA ' fr LA- '. 1 I ,Q ale!- 4"?2i' AC T t H W I fmmu ,..f.: ga S 5 ef, Jifg at Ai? 2 W "' 'AW' L : T T La L l 1- -s .V L sc-R A 5- 'ti is V", "" I : : 273 zbneee fwfr' lu! OFFICERS Thomas Eskridge Omer Griffin Betty Rose Louie McCoy MEMBERS Albean, ltres Balent, Ralph Bergren, Paul Beverly, Robert Boerner, Betty Bown, Oliver Brown, Diva Clarke, Arthur Crane, Margaret Crochett, Jean Davies, Dorothy Doty, Loren Durocher, Margaret Eskridge, Thomas Fisher, Donald Frohlick, Erma Grandjean, Hortense Greene, Betty Griffin, Omer Hix, Donald Hughart, Duane l-lughart, Robert lsberg, Ray Jones, William Kinsley, Kenneth Larson, Jane Lyon, Sara Mahony, Lewis Mason, Ruth Mayer, Jeanette McCoy, Louie McDanal, Norman Miles, Genevieve Miller, l-larro Miller, Richard Moor, Penelope Moore, Frank Paul, Betty Pease, Betty Jean Pickens, .lo Reilly, Loretta Rose, Betty Schnackenberg, Werner Stevens, Robert Swayze, Ethel Tool, Marc Trueheart, Eddie Jo Wagner, Joseph West, Kay West, William White, Frances Woodward, Sidney Linder, Marcia Row One: Albean, Balent, Bergren, Beverly. Row Two: Boerrier, Bown, Brown, Crane. Row Three: Crochett, Davies, Doty, Durocher. Row Four: Froh- lick, Grandjean, Griffin, l-lugart. Row Five: Jones, Kinsley. Row Six: Larson, Linder. Row Seven: Lyon, Mahony. Row Eight: Mason, Mayer, McCoy, Miles. Row Nine: McDanal, Moor, Moore, Paul. Row Ten: Pease, Pickens, Reilly, Rose. Row Eleven: Stevens, Swayze, Tool, Trueheart. Row Twelve: Wagner, West, White, Woodward. 274 'U 'W "L 1 . "9" ' 1 ,. Ii ff . X , . A , ., 5' 1 ' ' an 6 in G E JT' R ,L TY ' A L - U In A as nr "' , ef -as . 4 tw. 1 , S: 4, A. V AA, z-if ' , '-EL, ' ,ns 4 ng 5- f 5' -' if 'url he ' 'e 'lh Q .b 53,6 tn' 5" 1 if 6 3 1 A-A fi ' 1-nw is a -. J f 1- ff' J F1 . , i 3 A A. if IA A r-'A :gifs 1 - A A r. i , -an s. A ,K " .' gg i ,, g D L, , 1' I Qqfjzflmgq OFFICERS Jean Scarborough Avis Berks Ruth Mclntoslw Virginia Hopkins MEMBERS Beaclwam, Helen Berg, Elinor Berkc, Avis Durocher, Margaret' Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Hopkins, Virginia Loeptien, Juanita McCoy, Louie Mclntoslw, Ruth Pease, Betty Jean Scarborough, Jean Mklzb Row One: Bcacham, Berg, Row Two: Berke, Duro- cher. Row Three: Hallock, Haney. Row Four: Hop- kins, Loeptien. Row Five: McCoy, Mclntosh. Row Six: Pease, Scarborough. lu .ga 16, 1 w 'EQ -5 Q6- gf . ...ai ,e, I ,, I I q ra" ,V . L, ,i - Eu- if-HQ i. ,Q 4' Q '7 ry Iii , Ae '.. F Exe' iii M iv- X , K Q , X ge- a,I -F A -Q6 27 yah e:Q0Emhhbz 276 OFFICERS Barbara Barrett Oriel Oram Ruth Stevenson MEMBERS Acre, Carol Barrett, Barbara Biddell, Lorraine Gouge, Ruth Krider, Phyllis Oram, Oriel Stevenson, Ruth Winchell, Elizabeth Row One: Acre, Barrett. Row Two: Biddle, Gouge, Krider. Row Three: Stevenson, Winchell. 1 1 R . Ao' DUT 4 ni. l. 9' if -6 17' 921101 Q7 awha Mba: OFFICERS Richard Crabbs Elinor Berg Ann Balent MEMBERS Allen, Harry Balenf, Ann Berg, Elinor Conant, Kenneth Crabbs, Richard DiLorenzo, Joseph Foster, John Guise, Maxine Haney, Elaine Jernigan, Horner Kenna, James Thaler, Margaret Walker, William Row One: Allen, Balenf, Row Two: Berg, Conant. Row Three: Crabbs, DiLorenzo. Row Four: Foster. Row Five: Guise, Haney, Row Six: Jernigan, Kenna. Row Seven: Thaler, Walker. , l L in ,f aah. 'E 5? Q t, Ak, lv. ' 4:5 BL ref 2 , F.-' xv A '36 iii ..- 3- ix' -v, , x..,, I C 67 kN' 1 ef E .1531 ,.i riff' f l.-" - -f-we 1' -L . 1 .4 l 9" -s ' 27-7 27 0414905 Jlihkhb OFFICERS Virginia Hopkins Juanita Loeptien Betty Jane Pease Helen Beacham MEMBERS Albean, ltres Anthony, Mary Jean Bates, Bette Beacham, Helen Beck, Miriam Berg, Elinor Berke, Avis Bradbury, Imogene Byrne, Maxine Cde Baca, Philomenia Chadwick, Odessa Chancellor, Helen Currigan, Marian Dilly, Doris Durocher, Margaret FitzGerald, Mary Joan Fletcher, Charlotte Frohlich, Erma Gebhard, Dorothy Greene, Betty Hallock, Mary Halkoweiz, Edith Haney, Elaine Hansen, Betty Hardesty, Wilma Harp, Mildredan Hopkins, Virginia Hugins, Eleanor Jewett, Bennie Klassen, Edith Leland, Eleanor x Row One: Albean, Anthony, Bates. Row Two: Cham, Beck, Berg. Row Three: Berke, Byrne Baca. Row Four: Currigan, Dilly, Durocher Five: FitzGerald, Fletcher, Frohlick. Row Six: hard, Hallock, Halkoweiz. Row Seven: Haney Bea' Cde- Row Geb- Han- sen, Hardesty, Row Eight: Harp, Hopkins, Jewett. Row Nine: Klassen, Leland, Lininger. Moczdhkm ,N - ca .. vw-A' 4 if 1 iv- -ifi c 'fi . A F 1-. 'R 6 , Q, ' A -:r , tg A fl. 'Ja-ff J t l lg ,je ' 'l ." L ,M . it A an S -5 ' A is 61 6 ,fi-Q", . , ,A , 4 l f l Q 6 Q -G . l Q - ay - ,r hi ' Q Qkmwd Mklib MEMBERS Lininger, Mary Loeptien, Juanita Manus, Gerrie Mayer, Jeanette Marion, Elizabeth McCoy, Louie Mclntosh, Ruth McNeilly, Sally Moorehead, Betty Morton, Jane Morrow, Jeanne Norton, Janice Osborn, Clara Panels, Joan Pease, Betty Jean Rork, Betty Rotolante, Lucille Scarborough, Jean Seidenberg, Lorraine Shotwell, Margaret Steele, Dorothy Stockmar, Dorothy Stone, Virginia Swayze, Ethel Votaw, Alta Wainscott, Evelyn White, Delilah Witherspoon, Patricia Woodward, Sidney Zurick, Corrine Row One: Loeptien, -Manus, Mayer. Row Two: Marion, McCoy, Mclntosh. Row Three: McNeilly, Moorehead, Morton. Row Four: Morrow, Norton Osborn. Row Five: Panek, Pease, Rork. Row Six: Scarborough, Seidenberg, Shotwell. Row Seven: Steele, Stockmar, Swayze, Row Eight: Votaw, Wain- Ecott,kWitherspoon. Row Nine: White, Woodward, uric . 1 Jaoczkzhbn r 'F 'em p- 1 K 1 J N 4 . H -it -1 1f'4n'?t- 9.1-so :ug ,V in 11 F. , , ily ' l L i U. l - X i l . X1 L 05 J .fl-' ' ' it 1 ' 956' ,W yi , 5' , i , 9 E . ' r l l-+'1U?l I " , WY. n -as ,J S if J MAJ: Jxllk' , 1 ' for ss J is - '-H' S' , ti + 279 we anofmzbn The Kynewisbok throughout its pages has endeavored to record for future memories the year l94l-42 at the University of Denver. ln the years to come may the pages herein hold pleasant memories of the times that have past. lt is the wish of the editor to acknowledge here the inestimable assistance rendered by the following persons in creating, compiling, and permitting this book to reach the critical eyes of the University of Denver's students. This forty-fourth volume of the Kynewisbok recognizes the following groups and persons: Thek Bradford-Robinson Printing Co.-for their ever-helping manner and excellent photo-lith wor . The Soderstrom Studios-for their expediency in obtaining portraits of the students and won- derful cooperation with the editor. Charles Herzog, Graduate Manager of Publications, who acted as an adviser and mediator. Frank Moore and Joyous Cummings, as assistant editors, who helped immensely. Bill Parsons, as copy editor, and Lois Cole as his assistant, who wrote the copy well within the conservatism of the editor. ' Ed Northway, as art editor, who was a real standby in compiling the layouts and designing the cover. Ed Huffman, as photographer, who was forever chasing down pictures in the most inopportune times and places. The many, many students who helped in the pasting, typing, or pulling of pictures are also to be praised in their efficient work. Jhe Abbott, Lorna-44, 213 Acre, Carol-60, 172, 219, 241, 252, 276 Adams, William Clark--60, 209 Adams, William D.---60 Agnew, Harold-43, 44, 142, 197, 245, 247 269 Aho, Elsie-60 Albean, ltres-52, 191, 272, 274, 278 Albi, Peter Frederick-70 Alders, Jane Lee-52, 225 Alldreclge, Robe.-t-41, 82, 223, 238 Allen, Dorothy--52, 205 Allen, Earl-44 Allen, Harry S,-52, 189, 217, 246, 277 Allen, Leanna-20, 38, 44, 215, 250, 256 Allen? Aitarion-39, 44, 188, 191, 244, 255 6 Allen, Martha-39, 44, 204, 205 Allman, Earl Stephen-44 Ambrosine, Sister M.-44 Anthony, Mary Jean-70, 278 App, Mariorie--60 Appell, Charles--52, 209 Archer, Albert--60 - Archuleta, Theodore-52, 221, 262 Argiropulos, Penny-70, 195 Argo, Glen-44, 251, 270 Arnold, Sidney-51, 52, 193, 223 Auerback, Ruby-70 Ayers, Alvah William-60, 269 Azar, Zachary William-60, 201 Bahcox, Paul Howard--44, 223 Bader, Ross J.-51, 52, 201, 262 Bzlhde, Lucille-60, 189, 252 Bailey, Eleanor--70, 219, 245, 272 Bainter, Daphne-52, 60 Bainter, Robert-97, 238, 271 Baker, Barbara-60, 219, 272 Baker, Dorothy-70, 219 Baker, Roy-52, 211 Baker, Steven George-70, 197 Balent, Ann--44, 207, 240, 244, 255, 258 274, 277 Balcnt, Ralph--70, 223 Ball, Marion-A--18, 37, 39, 44, 80, 143, 183 219, 244 Bamfggg, Paul-51, 54, 242, 251, 262, 266 Barger, Richard-43, 44, 270 Barnes, Jack M.--70, 211 Barnette, Margaret-70, 225 Barngrover, Ellowene-52, 152, 188, 207 Barra, Minnie-44, 240, 249, 255, 268 Barrett, Barbara-39, 44, 219, 241, 248, 252, 260, 276 Barthel, June-52, 191, 241, 252, 254 Barton, Gordon Frederick-70, 272 Bassell, Martha-70 Batchelder, Jean-70, 225 Bate, Arthur--44, 53, 193, 238, 269 Bate, Kathleen-70, 189, 207 Bate, Robert-52 Yadav Bates, Allen-70 Bates, Bette Lee-52, 269, 278 Beacham, Helen-52, 81, 206, 207, 252, 257, 275, 278 Bean, Flora May-70 Beck, Doris-60, 195, 261, 272 Beck, Miriam-70, 191, 278 Becker, Donald--60, 258, 259, 271 Beckley, Joseph-59, 60, 193, 250 Beebe, Marion-60 Beeler, Robert-70 Belcher, Barbara-60, 225, 252 Belcik, Darlene--60, 213 Bell, Beatrice--252, 188 Bell, Harryet-39, 44, 219, 218, 252, 270 Bell, Phyllis-22, 52, 240 Bellows, Elizabeth-170, 252 Bender, Robert-70 Benish, Orville-60 Benson, Jane-70, 191, 247 Benson, Marjorie-44, 191, 266 Berg, Elinor-44, 225, 252, 275, 277, 278 Berggren, Phyliss-52, 207, 257, 266 Bergren, Paul-60, 197, 251, 262, 271, 273 Bcrke37gvis-44, 240, 241, 242, 252, 275, Berkgnis Pauline-52, 244, 252, 259, 261, 6 Bernstein, Abraham-216 Besser, Jane-60, 219, 272 Betts, Arthur-44 Beverly, Robert-70, 273 Bianchi, Dorothy-60, 207, 240, 258, 272 Biddle, Lorraine-52, 276 Bidwell, Elbert-70, 193 Binkley, Jean-70, 189, 225 Black, Rum-aa, 51, 52, 188, 215, 2l9, 240, 261 Blackman, Roberl-52, se, l97 Blankenship, Frances--52 Bobrick, Frank-60, 229, 245, 262, 269 Boerner, Betty--44, 225, 255, 257, 274 Bohn, Edward-60, 258 Bohn, Marcella-70, 258 Bolander, Robert--60, 238, 245 Bone, Russell-60, 161, 271 Bonomo, Francis-52, 223, 262 Bown, Oliver-52, 97, 269, 274 Boyd, Malcolm-60, 88, 223, 262, 272 Bradtke, Harold-60, 211 Brainard, Betty-70, 195, 240, 261, 272 Brainard, Shirley-70, 189, 195 Brazier, Peggy-52 Breier, Rosalie-60, 199, 256 Brannan, Betty-154 Brenimer, Jack-44, 208, 209 Brenimer, Robert-52, 161, 209 Brennan, Patricia-170, 207, 252 Brenner, Lee-58 Brewer, Lial Wayne-70 Briber, Gary-52, 223 Brinkhaus, Mary Kay-52, 205, 257 Bronstine, Margaret-70, 199 Brooks, Betty-60, 219, 251 Brown, Betty-60, 219, 272 Brown, Diva-52, 249, 257, 266, 268, 272 O Brown, Jean-70 Brown, Myrna---70, 252 Brown Raymond-60, 201, 262 Brown Ruthellen-70, 252 Brown, Ted-18, 37 Brown, Virginia-60, 188, 203, 244, 261 Browning, Gregg-52, 161, 166, 221 Cook, Carolyn--53, 206, 207, 244, 256 Cook, Thomas'-V-61, 193 Cook, Zelda-B6 Cope, Harrison471, 221 Bruckman, Kathleen-39, 44, 204, 205 240, 244, 248, 255 Bryant, Shirlec'-70, 219 Bucholz, James-52, 197, 262, 271 Buck, McKenzie-52 Buck, Sunshine-52 Buckman, Orville-44, 221 Bugdanowitz, Robert-86 Bullis, Milton-44 Burk, Ricl'iard!6O Burkhardt, Dorothy-52 Bruns, Esther Jo-70, 252 Burton, Frank---52, 245 Bush, Margaret-241, 252, 254 Butcher, Jarncs-52, 197, 262, 271 Butz, Charles---44, 223, 239, 269, 272 Byers, Robert-44, 221, 246 C Cahoon, Barbara-60, 207, 252 Cain, Mary-70 Calkins, Mary--60, 250 Callaway, Carl---60, 226, 227, 262 Campbell, Jane-44, 268 Campbell, Peggyf-60, 240 Capps, Loraine-44, 207 Carleton, Marqarct-60, 219 Carlisle, Virginia-60, 188, 195, 256, 261 Carlson, Bonney-60, 242, 244, 247, 248 Conant, Kenneth-53, 211, 277 Corson, Lloyd445, 264 Covillo, Alfreclgol Coyle, Charles-53, 238, 245, 265 Crabbs, Richard-45, 89, 246, 248, 251 270, 277 Crarnm, Cathcrinc-45, 213 Crane, Gail--53, 207, 272 Cranc37Margarct-45, 224, 225, 252, 271 4 Cressrnan, Ruth-53, 205 Crist, Dale-61, 223 Crock, Charlotte-71, 225 Cronan, Virginia-61, 215 Cross, Davirl-45, 200, 201, 250 Crotchett, Joan-71, 219, 274 Cruse, Shirlcy-71, 207 Cullen, Kathleen-53 Culver, Florence-61, 225, 271 Curnmtngs, Joyousf2, 61, 85, 88, 225 244, 251, 272 Currlgan, Marian --61, 207, 228 Curtin, Vallorie-71 Curtis, Robert-71 Cuykendall, Ruth Anne-61 D Danks, Fern-45, 219 Dansky, .lack-61, 229, 245, 269 Darnell, Minnie-45, 242, 249, 255, 268 Davidson, Daniel--45, 229 Davidson, Raymond--61, 217 Davies, Dorothy--71, 205, 272, 274 Carlsgnb Signe-44, 247, 249, 255, 268, 4 Carpenter, Edna Mae--43, 44, 188, 219 Carpenter, Pat-70, 219 Carr, Jack-70 Carr, Wilma-70, 193, 207 Cartwright, Alton-61, 223, 251, 262, 272 Davis, Betty-39, 45, 194, 195 Davis, Davis, Davis Davis Harold-53, 83, 217 Junc Ethel-225 , .lunc Lorraine-71 , Viola-61 Davisson, Betty-53, 251, 255 Davorcn, Joan-61, 213 CdeBacam, Philomena-70, 231, 278 Chamberlain, Jack-52, 209- Charnbers, Nan-61, 219, 252, 272 Chandler, Marion-61, 225, 244, 266, 271 Chelt, Anne-70, 225 A Cheney, Mel-.fin-6 1,193 Cherrington, Fern-44, 240, 255 Chester, Miriam-52, 205 Childers, Raymond-70, 197 Chrismcr, John-61 Christ, AI Pete--61, 193, 262 Christensen, Elaine-61, 215, 225 Cibulka, Albert-44, 238, 245, 269 Clagett, Betty-52 Clancy, Virginia-61 D'Camp, Eleanor-61, 241, 252 Decker, James-71, 193 Decker, Verna-61, 272 Delander, Harold-71 Demmer, Joan-53, 158, 231, 248, 261 DeNlcr, Robert--71, 211 Densmer, Robert-61 Desserich, Emile-61, 209 DeTcmple, Carl-161 Deutsch, Michael-45, 247, 269 Diamggd, Melba-61, 188, 198, 199, 244 I Dicker, Betty Jane-71 Dickinson, David--45 Dill, Glcn-45, 238 i Clark, Alfred-60 Clark, Ethelynn-71, 252 Clark, Robert-61, 209 Clark, Stuart-44, 161, 208, 209 Clark, Wallace-45, 239, 269 Clary, William-161 Dilley, Dorisf71, 278 Di1.orenzo, Joscp11v53, 18 277 Dolan, .lean-61, 207, 252 Dorrier, Esther-45, 225, 2 8, 246, 251, 262, 52, 270 Claussen, Melba-71, 195 , Cline, Jewell-61 Clinger, Daniel-52, 161 Cobb, Margaret-71, 189, 225 Cobb, Robertta-61 Cocke, Mariam-52, 205, 272 Cohen, Goldie-71, 199 Cohen, Louis-71, 217 Colburn, Ann-71 Cole, Lois-61, 85, 225, 241, 252 Collins, Clem-45, 80, 83, 137, 193, 262 Colton, Marianne-61, 219, 272 Colvin, Mary Jane-71, 207 Cdmnillo, Marcella-61, 202, 203, 240, 241 247, 252 Compton, Audrey-71 Conine, Beverly-61, 205 Conley, Shirley-61, 207, 244, 272 Conwcll, Daniel-45, 170, 177 1 Domer, Margaret-61, 225, 252 Domka, Evelyn!-45, 213 Donahue, Cecilia Ann-71, 251, 252 Donahue, Margaret-61 Donovan, Dorothy-61 Doty, Lorcnf71, 272, 274 Downar, Richard-45, 196, 197, 247 Downing, Wayne-220 Dragiett, Myron-'45 Drew, Corinne-248 Dryden, Carolyn-45 Duffner, Allen---53 Dutfncr, Lowcll-61, 201, 262 Dugdalc, Doralce-61, 225 Dumars, Kenneth-53, 247, 259 Duncan, Kaye-71 Dunkgege, Patricia-9, 39, 53, 219, 241, 252 4 Dunn, Betty Jean-53, 249 Dunn, Ed-94, 162 Dunst, Elizabelh-71 Duroghcr, Margarcl-53, 203, 274, 275, 78 DuRoy, Robert-45 Dvcirin, Helen-61, 199, 244, 261 E Eakcr, Ted-59, 61, 193 Ealnins, Shirley-71, 225, 272 Easley, Ray-62, 227 Easton, Norman-A71 Easllake, Harricit-53, 205, 251 Eas'rlunc.l, Raymond-62, 193 Ebert, Charles-62, 193 Eckerdl, Albert-53, 193 Eclmunclson, Belly Jean--53, 247 Edwards, William--62 Ehlers, Rulh-71, 252, 258 Ekblad, Kenneth-45, 97, 193 Eldridge, Clarence-A-15, 222, 246, 251 Ellioil, Helen--71 lily, JoAnn-w71, 207 Elzi, Ernest---53, 170, 245, 259, 265 Emmett, Wyllis-71 Ernry, Darwin---20, 45, 172, 192, 193, 250 Enarson, Joseph --19, 37, 45, 138, 211 262, 269 Enos., Dudley-62 Ensign, Eunice-53, 218, 219, 261 Ensign, Merry Jo- 71, 219 Eibler, Maryf-53, 194, 195, 249, 255, 257, 268 Epplcl, Ralph -71, 221 Erickson, Virginia- 62, 205, 261 Ernst, Lillian-38, 45, 188, 213, 256 Eskildson, Loyd--53, 170 Eskim, Nolaou---58, 259 Essig, Mildred --62, 219, 252 Esllow, Edward- -45, 94, 175, 161, 209 Ethriclge, Lorcne-62, 213 Evans, Carib 62 Evans, Robert-45 Ewing, Georgia--71 Ewing, Virginia- -71 Eye, Robert-62, 201 F Fabling, Dorothy-62, 205 Fair, Roberl'f71, 209 Fallico, Irene-45, 255, 268, 270 Fay, George-45 Fealhcrly, Mary-53 Fcclclcrsen, Margarcl-62, 207 Feldman, HcrmanM58, 217 Ferris, Peggy-71, 225 Fischer, Max-53 Fisher, Bessie-71 Fisher, Morton-71, 193, 217 Fisher, Ruth-53, 195 Fishman, Harold-53, 229 Filzgerald, Mary Jane-45, 225 Fitzgerald, Mary .lo--62, 207, 278 Flanders, Robert-53 ' Flax, Sol-53, 228, 229, 239, 262, 269 Fletcher, Charlotte-45, 181, 224, 225 248, 266, 260, 278 Flint, PGQQY-72, 225, 272 Fluckey, James-52, 221 Folsom, Morrill-53, 270 Forman, Ernest-53, 229, 247 Forrester, Bettie-72, 207, 272 Foster, Dorothy-62, 195 Foster, John-45, 193, 245, 262, 277 Foslcr, Jack-53, 161, 162, 209, 238, 269 Foulk, Ted-72,'94, 209 Fox, Marian-39, 45, 242, 255, 271 France, Margaret-46, 225 France, Warren-53, 209, 238, 245, 247, 265 Francis, George--53, 242, 246. 270 Francis, Robert-62, 209, 262 Frazier, George-62, 200, 201. 262 Freeman, Gene-72, 223 Froemke, Jean-62, 251 Frohlick, Erma--39, 46, 202, 203, 247, 252, 274, 278 Frosh, Beulah-62, 199, 249 Fulkerson, Robert-62, 227, 239 Funk, Robert-72, 193 Fussell, Edward-62, 175 G Galbrealh, Donald-53, 209, 239 Galbreafh, William-62 Ganlz, Shirley-45 Garihan, Nan-214 Garland, Dave-53, 170, 177 Garner, Jorn-72, 209 Gasf, June-62, 241, 252 Gates, Betsy-53 Gafheridge, Florence-38, 46, 43, 214, 215, 250, 256, 261 Gebhard, Dorothy-72, 207, 278 Gebow, Howard--62, 239, 269, 271 Geeck, Jeanne-72 Gernmill, Robert-62, 262 Gibson, June-38, 51, 53, 207, 212, 213 250, 256 Gifford, Jeanne-53, 219, 257, 261, 266 272 Gillis, Alberl'-46 Gingras, Peter-62 Ginsberg, Blanche-53, 72, 199 Ginsberg, Jerome-217 Goe, William-72 Goldberg, HarveyH62, 229, 239 Goldfogel, Norma-72, 199 Goldman, Norman-62, 217 Gcldsmilh, Paul-58 Goldstein, Jeanette-72 Golin, Betty Lou--39, 46, 198, 199 Good, Gilbert-46, 209 Goodlelf, Joan-72, 219, 272 Gordon, Dawn-72, 207 Gore, Shirley-46, 188, 261 Gorman, William-62, 211 Gose, Virginia-72, 205, 251, 252 Gouge, Ruth-72, 76, 252, Gould, Whitney-62, 197, 251 Gow, Belly-46, 195, 241, 252,-254, 271 Grady, John-46 Grangjgean, Hortense-53, 224, 255, 257 4 Grant, James-72, 197 Grapski, Lad-46 Graves, Dan-46, 247 Graves, Dorothy-72 Gray, Leo-62 Gray, Rosalie-62, 225 Gray, William-46, 170, 193 Green, Harry-229 Green, Harry-62, 223 Green, Nancy-62, 205 Greenfield, Thomas-72 Greenwalf, Alvin-46 Griffin, Omer-46, 270, 274 Griggs, Beth-46 Griggs, Dorothy--72 Grigs, Mildred-72 Gross, Bernard-72, 229 Guiney, Agnes-72, 225 Guise, Maxine-46, 251, 248, 257, 277 Gunckel, Mary-53, 252, 269 Gwin, Howard-72 H Haak, Lillian-46, 207, 244 Haas, Betty--53, 242 Hailpern, Jacoh-62, 229 Haines, Martha-72, 219, 249 Hair, Verna Rose-54, 257, 266, 272 Hale, Anne-54 ' Halkciiggzz, Edith-62, 195, 249, 251, 272 i 1 r Hall, Bette Lou-219 Hall, Monte-62, 72, 249 Hall, Wilbur-72 Hallock, Mary-39, 46, 80, 224, 225, 244, Hotchkiss, Gladys-54, 252, 258 Housernan, Martha-73, 205, 272 Howes, George-47, 197 Hubbard, Helen-47 244, 255, 261, 266 255, 261, 270, 275, 278 Hallows, Myron-58 Hamilton, Wanda Lee-72, 252 Hammerich, Frieda-72 Hammerich, Kathleen-46, 240, 241, 254 Hammond, John-62, 161 Hancock, Marjorie-54, 207 Haney, Elaine--2, 36, 39, 46, 80, 84, 224, 225, 244, 252, 255, 275, 277, 278 Hansen, Betty May-62, 252, 278 Hansen, Harriet-72, 247 Hansen, Pauline-72 Hanton, Dorothy-62, 251, 272 Hardesty, Wilma Jane-72, 278 Hardin, Thomas-54, 227, 246, 262 Harlow, Roberta-54 Harmelin, Richard-62, 228, 229 Harp, Mildredan-72, 278 Harper, Mary Lee-62, 207 Harper, Shelby-46, 246, 270 Harris, Harry--54, 72 Harris, Helen-72 Harris Jeanne-62, 199, 219, 272 Huber, William-59, 63, 227, 238, 24 Huff, Hope-63, 207, 266 Hughart, Robert-73, 197, 274 Hughes, Bettyjune-207 Hughes, Margery-47, 251, 255, 270 1-lull, Evelyn-63, 225, 252 Humerickhouse, George-63, 263 Humphreys, Frances--63, 219, 249, 2 Hunter, Edna-54, 242, 271 Husband, Margaret-63, 213 Huskinson, Edward-63, 193 Hutchinson, Virginia-73 Hyer, William-63, 197, 263, 271, 27 I lnnis, Barbara-54, 247 J 5, 263 72 3 Jackson, Beverly-36, 39, 47, 135, 207, Harris, Mary-54 Harris, Ray-54, 220, 221 Harrison, Eleanor--72 Harrison, Jack-46 Harrod, Shirley-46 Harter, Dorothy-46, 240, 266 Hartwell, Donald-72, 210 Haryat, Joseph-46, 246, 271 Harvey, Gordon-63, 227, 239, 269 Harward, Barbara-63 Harwig, Doris--59, 63, 207, 215, 256 Hatch, Ruth-54 Havens, William-72, 175 Hawkins, Ruby-46 Hayden, Leon-63, 193 Hayes, Robert-63, 72, 223, 272 Hayes, Ruth-72, 96, 231 Hays, Loren-161, 175, 209 Heacock, Richard-54 Heaton, David-54, 193, 263 Hedenskog, Eva-46, 266 1-leider, Walter-63, 210, 211 Hein, Morris-63, 247, 269 Held, Marian-46, 219 Helfenbein, George-72, 193 Heller, Mosa-39, 46, 80, 81, 83, 199, 244, Jackson, Theodore-63, 217 Jacobson, Elaine-54, 203 James, Volney-47 Jensen, Cleta-54 Jenkins, Madge-63, 251 Jenkins, Mary-73 Jenkins, Shirley-69, 73 Jensen, Lloyd-63 Jenson, Lois-47 Jernberg, Mariorie-63 Jernigan, Homer-54, 210, 211, 251, 277 Jersin, Edward--47, 270 Jewett, Bennie-63, 278 Johnson, Emily-39, 47, 230, 231 270 Johnson, Frank-73, 209 Johnson, Harold-47 Johnson, Howard-47 Johnson, Marjorie-47, 257 Johns Johns Johns Johns on, Mariorie Lay-54, 219, 255, on, Ruth--63, 256 on, Sterling-47, 247, 258, 270 on, Wesley-63 Johnson, Virginia-73 Johnson, Warren-47, 271 Johns Johns ton, Lois-63, 266 260, 261 Hellerstein, Marvin-54, 217 Hellon, James--46, 220, 221, 239 1-lelwig, Ellen-63, 247, 252 Herriman, Nancy--63, 271 Heter, Virginia-72, 225 Hett, Mary-69, 73, 148, 225 Heyer, Clarence--63, 193, 263 Hickey, Margaret-46, 219 Hickisch, Jack-46, 271 Higgins, John-54, 193 Hilkderman, Carol-54, 240, 241, 252, 261 Hill, Helen-73 Hillyard, Eileen-46, 240, 247 Hobbie, Jane-63, 240, 251, 266 Hobson, Caroline-63 Hodges, Joseph-54 Hoffman, Marjorie-63, 258 Hogan, Robert-161 Holch, Arthur-73, 197, 247, 272 Hollingsworth, Ruth-47, 194, 195, 257 Holmberg, Dewey-47, 245, 247 Holt, Helen-63, 241, 252, 259 259 24 ton, Mac-54, 197, 245, 259 , 253, 257 Jolly, Elizabeth-73, 225 Jones, William--47, 196, 197, 246, 248, 274 Jordan, Max-54, 161 K Kaiser, Katherin-73, 219, 273 Kaplan, Stephen--73 Katz, Stanley--216, 229 Keene, Betty Lee-54, 207 Kellogg, Wallace-63, 209 Kelly, Fred-63, 226, 227, 263 Kem, Elaine-73, 219 Kenna, James-54, 188, 246, 248, 26 Kerr, David-63, 197 Kerr, Robert-73 3, 277 Keys, Lynn-63, 210, 211, 259 King, Lela Jean-73, 225 King Mary Grace-47, 219, 244, 255 Kangf Pafnce-47, 207,241,247 Kingsbury, James-73 Kinsley, Kenneth-73, 223, 274 Kintzele, Martha- Kircher, Dorothy-- 47,219,253 73,207,253 Hopkins, Virginia-47, 252, 275, 278 Hopper, Fred-54, 238, 245, 265, 269 Horner, Beatrice-47, 213 Horton, DeVon-266 Horvat, Harold-47, 161, 162 Hostetter, William-63, 193 Kirkley, Melvin-73 Kirkpatrick, James-47, 209 Kirkpatrick, Shirley-73, 273 Kistler, Jane-54, 225 Klassen, Edith-63, 253, 278 Klausner, Aaron-47, 216, 217 ' Klein, Frederick-73 Kline, Doyle-54 Kliss, Beth-20, 38, 47, 188, 215, 256 Knight, Dorothy-63, 185, 256 Knight, Ralph-73 Knorr, Jean-54, 219, 251, 271 Knudsen, Marcella-63, 225, 256 Knutzen, Jeanne-73 Koontz, Doris-54, 195, 253, 255 Kortz, Ruth-63, 240, 256, 261 Koskoff, Stanley'-47 Koster, Pat-63, 205 Kotschedoff, Marjorie--73, 225 Kraft, Beky-73, 225 Kraft, William-54, 227 Kramish, Arnold-63, 247, 269 Krarnish, Morris-54, 229 Kress, Ralph-73, 201 Kretzschmar, Marian-54, 258 Krider, Phyllis-54, 205, 253, 257, 276 Krueger, Douglas--54 Kunsc, Bon-73, 211, 238 L Lamberty, Marianne-47, 231 Lancaster, Billia--64, 205, 253 Landrum, James-64, 220, 221, 263 Lanning, Robert-73 Lare, Charles-64, 201 Larson, Jane---54, 219, 273, 274 Larson, Jean-73, 205 Lee, Alice-47 Lee, Katherine-73, 195, 205 Lee, Virginia-54, 225, 256 Lees, Laverne-64, 225, 256, 261 Lcinweber, Dorothy-73, 253 Leist, Janet-64, 205 Leland, Eleanor--73, 181, 219, 273, 278 Lenicheck, Edward-64, 197, 247 Lesar, Ed-64, 161, 162, 170 Levine, Gerald-47, 217 Levine, Dorothy-47, 198, 199 Levitt, Louis--64 Lew, Juanita-73 Lewis, Mary-39, 47, 244, 260 Lewis, Ramona-54, 207 Life, Ann-64, 207, 251, 261, 273 Linder, Marcia-54, 205, 274 Lindsay, Lorraine464, 215, 240, 256 Lininger, Mary-73, 225, 273, 278 Lininger, Roy-73, 227 Lippard, Jane-73, 181, 225 Liracijis, Jim-64, 227 Littrell, Shirley-54, 205, 257 Lockwood, Margaret-54, 219, 268 . Loeptien, .luanity-54, 188, 230, 231, 261, 275, 279 Logan, Don-64, 226, 227, 246 Logan, Shirley-64, 194, 195, 256 Long, Lois-73, 225, 253 Long, Virginia-55 Longbrook, Lester-193 Longer, Jane-22, 64 Longnecker, Lefty-74, 155 Lopez, Henry-37, 80, 82, 183, 242, 249 Lorenzen, Mavis-64, 240, 225, 256 Losh, Paul-55 Loudon, Jack-55, 239, 269 Lovato, Lena-39, 47, 240, 255, 261, 268 Love, Elizabeth-47, 195, 240, 241, 253, 259, 267 Lowenthal, Edith-55, 199 Lubchenco, Michael-58 Lusky, Sam-64, 81, 228, 229 Lynton, Jerry--55, 221, 263 Lyon, Sara-55, 274 M Macaluso, James-47, 209 Macaron, Fred-55, 200, 201, 263 MacDonald, Shirley-73, 205 Macintosh, Jean-73, 207 Maclear, Jack-48, 209 Mahon, Francis-48, 176, 243 Mahony, Fred-59, 170 Mahony, Lewis-19, 55, 196, 197, 238, 245 265, 269, 274, 271 Mahr, Orville-20, 36, 48, 193 Malloy, Joanne-64, 225 Mann, Robert-64, 197 Mannix, Frank-48, 201 Manus, Geraldine-55, 225, 266, 279 Marchick, Pau1ine-73, 199, 253 Marcum, Thelia-73, 203 ' Marion, Elizabeth-74, 253, 279 Marriett, Alma Rose-74, 225 Marrs, Marion-214 Marshall, Charlotte--74, 219 Martin, Ellen-48, 195 Martin, John-55, 239, 269 Martin, Laura Fae-55, 225, 251, 255 Martin, Wendell-48, 201 Martinez, Stella-74 Martz, George-64, 209 Mason, Ruth-74, 205, 274 Masuko, Saclae-48 Matson, William-55 Matthews, Mary Elizabeth-74, 225, 251 Matteson, Esther-48, 205 Maul, Lucille-48, 207, 255, 270 Mayer, Jeanette-64, 225, 253, 261, 274, 279 Mayer, John-55, 197 Mayo, Harriette-64, 225 Mayo, Maxine-55, 74, 195, 253, 254 Mays, Betty Lou-74, 253 Mays, Maxine-241, 247, 253 McCallin, Paul-74, 223, 273 Mcflammon, Marcia-48, 219, 266, 270 McCammon, Virgir1iaQ64, 219, 240, 266 McCand1ess, James-64, 209 McCarty, Barbara-64, 241, 251, 253, 261, 273 McCarthy, John-64 McClure, Thora--48, 96, 247, 249, 257 McConnell, Merle-48, 270 McCorquodale, Donald-55, 247 McCoy, Gloria-55, 249, 261, 271 McCc5yi9Louie-55, 244, 261, 273, 274, 275 McCoy, Mary-39, 64, 240, 249, 271 McCrory, Mable-74, 253 McDanal, Norman-69, 74, 223, 274 McDowell, Dolly-64, 244, 273 McEIin, Kathleen-64, 219, 266 Mclntosh, Donald-64, 271 Mclntosh, Rum-ia, 36, 39, 43, 48, 255, 261, 266, 270, 275 McKellar, Clegg--161, 162, 175, 209 McKelvey, Betty-48, 255, 257 McKinstry, Bernadine-74 McLeod, Ronald-161 McNeilIy, Saily Lou-55, 247, 251, 255 257, 279 McReyno1ds, Mabelle-64, 253 McWilliams, David-55, 176, 208, 209 Melrose, Frances-55, 240, 244, 249, 270 Melvin, Dolores-64, 249, 251, 273 Melvin, Dona-64, 251, 273 Mercier, Mary-64, 214, 215 Merry, John-48, 201 Messenger, Helen-55, 205, 244, 261 Meyer, Elwood-55, 197 Mickey, Lorin-55, 247, 259, 265, 267 1 1 Mickey, Ray-74 Miles, Genevieve-55, 248, 249, 268, 274 Miles, Mary-55 Miles, Virginia-64, 205 Miller, Miller, Alfred-64, 193 Harry-64, 271 Miller, Marjorie-55, 207 Miller, Nathan-64 Miller, Suzanne-55 Mitchell, Floyd--64, 193, 263 Mohar, John-64, 161 Moauro, Betty-74, 231 6 Mohr, Huldah-48 Monberg, Virginia-64, 225, 258 Montgomery, MerceCla+64, 261 Monty, Don-55, 247 Moor, Penelope-48, 270, 274 Moore, Frank-2, 55, 85, 166, 170, 209, 245, 269, 274 Moorehead, Betty Jane-74, 279 Morfeld, RosemaryV23, 48, 230 Morris Dorothy-55, 207, 247 Morris, Henry-55 Morrow, Jean-64, 96, 225, 253, 271, 279 Morse, Calvlna-59, 65, 205, 251, 261, 266 Morton, Donald-19, 37, 48, 211, 238, 269 Morton, Jane-55, 205, 279 Mossman, Mollie-55, 248 Muia, Frank--55, 239, 269 Muller, William-55, 197 Mullin, George-74, 197 Murtin, Bobbie Lee-65, 251 N Nagel, Maryjo--74 Naylor, Billie Mae-65 Naylor, Margaret-65, 215 Neahr, William-48, 249, 268 Neal, Ada-48 Neill, Frank-55, 263 Neimeyer, Jean-74, 207 Nelson, Lois-55, 207, 244, 253 Netherton, Carolyn-74, 205 Newell, Robert-55, 175, 222, 223, 273 Newman, Margaret-48, 266 Nicholson, Ruth-254 Nielsen, Barbara-55, 195, 256 Nitta, Roy-48, 239, 269 Noble, Beatrice-48, 195, 240 Northway, Edward-2, 55, 185 Norton, Janice-74, 225, 253, 279 Nuncio, Marguerite-55 Nyr-nan, Glenn-74, 197 Nyswander, Edson-48 0 Oesterle, Robert-74 Ogier, Eugene-56, 197 Okner, Miriam -65, 198, 199, 244, Olander, Herman-192, 193, 263 Olson, Duane-74 Olson, William-18, 34, 36, 251, 255, 270 O'Neal, Jeanne-56, 253, 254 Optican, Albert-48 Osborn, Jeanette-56, 195, 279 Otto, Betty Ann-149 Outwater, Stanley-56, 197 Owens, Shirley-74, 219 P Panek, Joan-74, 219, 279 Pankow, Barbaraf65, 241, 253, 258 Parker, William-65, 227 Parsons, William-2, 56, 80, 85, 176, 209 Patch, Patricia-39, 56, 202, 203, wa, 244, 261 Patterson, Robert-56, 193 Paul, Betty-48, 86, 225, 244, 274 Paul, Ralph-21, 26, 242, 263 Payne, Bettie Jane-65, 205, 249 Pearson, Elaine-48, 247 Pease, Betty Jane-48, 203, 274, 275, 279 Peel, Donald-56, 192, 193 Peng, Harry--56 Pepper, Ira-216 Peregrine, Mary Elizabeth-56, 266 Perkins, Dorothy-48, 74 Peters, Barbara-56 Peters, Robert-43, 48, 193 Phillippe, William-65, 101 - Philipps, Patricia-56, 213 Phillips, Betty-39, 49, 190, 2413, 255, 2c6, 270 Piccinati, Jay-56, 209 Pickens, Jo-74, 205, 274 Pitkin, Charles-65, 226, 227, 251 Ponsonby, Jean-49, 205, 249, 251, 268 Pool, Gerald-49, 243 Pospisil, Dorothy-74, 253 Potter, Roderick-74 Powell, AlmaY56 Powell, Dorothy-56, 242, 253 Pratt, Elizabeth-48, 190, 255, 257 Pratt, Lena Ruth-65, 247 Prince, Doris-56, 257 Pritts, Betty Jane-56 Proctor, Charles-49, 209 Proctor, William-65, 170 Propst, Robert-56 Puckett, Jack-192 Purdy, Harold-74, 193 Q Qualls, Virginia-56, 204, 205 Quick, Robert-49, 246, 270 Quinn, Elizabeth-74, 273 R Ramsey, LaRene-49 Randleman, Minnie-56, 203, 253 Rankin, Donald-56 Raurn, Virginia-49, 248, 261 Rawlinson, Joseph-56, 209 Rea, Reona-74, 225 Rcclington, Lillian-65, 219 Reed, Arclcn-65 Reed, James-49, 221 Reed, Warren-56, 175, 223, 273 Reeve, Emily-74 Reid, Nancy-65, 215 Reilly, Loretta-56, 225, 261, 274 Reiterncier, Richard-65, 247 Reynolds, Jane-56, 205, 240, 255, 257 Rhoads, Harriet--65, 207, 273 Rhoacls, Marcetta-56, 205 Rhodes, Joseph--65, 209, 194 Rice, Ruth-74, 207 Riddell, Robert-56, 161, 162, 221 Riedel, James-49, 37, 263, 270 Ringsgeci, Kathryn-38, 39, 49, 207, 213 44 Ristrim, Gayle-'22, 36 Robbins, Roberte49, 211, 246, 248, 260, Roberts, George-56, 227 Roberts, Hi-56, 175, 250 Roberts, Mary Ray-56, 219 Robertson, Betty-74, 225, 251, 273 Robeson, Mae Louise-65, 213, 256 Robinson, William-74 Robison, John--65, 197 Robison, Norval-49, 246, 273 Rockatlelcl, Marian-22 Rodner, Virginia-74 Rogott, Santorcl--74, 229, 239 Rolfes, Lorraine-39, 49, 219, 271 Rominger, Robert-74, 209 Rork, Betty-74, 181, 225, 253, 279 Rose, Betty-49, 204, 205, 261, 274 Rosenberg, Amy--74 Rosenstein, Alvin-65, 217 Ross, Dorothy-56, 269 Ross, Robert-69, 75, 193 Rothenberg, Sam-65, 245, 247, 269 Rothstein, Evelyn-39, 49 Rowe, Betty Jo-56 Rozmarek, Frances-75 Rugg, Jacke-56, 227 Ruth, Noancy Ann-49, 190, 248, 255, 257 26 Ryan, Barbara-56 Ryan, Robert-75, 193 Ryman, Aclela-75, 253 S saffll, Thelma-65, 199 Sager, Ethel-49, iss, 212, 213, 240, 250 255, 256 Salirnan, Eleanor-56, 199, 240, 244, 255 Sanborn, Neal--75, 197 Sandberg, Richard-49, 201 Sandburg, Donald-65, 227 Sanderson, Florence-65, 205 Sankey, Betty-56, 219, 268 Sater, Mariorieh-65, 213 Saunders, Betty Lee-56, 247, 251' Saunders, Roy-24, 65, 170 Savory, Leonard--49, 144, 238, 245, 251 263, 269 Scarborough, Joan-49, 257, 275, 279 Schechtel, Howard-65, 161, 217 Schiller, Margaret--39, 49, 247, 257, 261 Schmitz, Ava Marie---65, 231 Schoene, Auftre Mae-49 Schoene, Carol-56, 205, 247 Schofield, Mary Lea-75, 182, 227 Schorr, Bernard--56, 197, 273 Schott, Robert-56, 193, 263 Schroeder, Alice-56, 256 Schroeder, Betty Rose-57, 190, 213 Schroeder, Char1ottc'i75, 150 Schroeder, Mary Louise-65 Schwartz, Melvin-4465, 170 Scott, Margeryf-65, 219, 273 Scett, Marion-49, 225 Seidenlnerg, Lorraine-57, 244, 258, 279 Seifert, Marion- 475, 225 Self, Shirlee- -65 Severance, Mabel-65, 213, 256 S1'iac1kellorr,l, Virginia'--75 Schaklett, Kathryn-57, 247 Shacle, 1-larry-49, 161 Shafer, Theelcla--57, 205 Shatter, Eclnamae--49, 202, 203 Shatfran, Richard- -75, 217 Sharnberg, Phyllis--49 Shapcott, Janice---65, 195, 240, 241, 253 Sheda, Norma -65, 247, 231, 261, 269 Sheridan, Dorcas-49, 219 Sheridan, Sally-65, 253 Shinabargor, Dorothy--69, 75, 225 Shine, Clifford--49 Shrrcman, Marshall-65 Shober, Glenn-57, 245 Short, Pauline--49 Shotlift, Marjorie-57 Stevenson, Ruth Helen-66, 240, 251, 276 Stewart, Arvel--66, 246, 263, 269, 273 Stiles, Frank-57, 197, 259 St. John, William-75 Stockmar, Dorothy-75, 169, 225, 279 Stock, Joan-75 Stoker, Margaret--57, 207, 241, 244, 247, 253 Stone, Edward--66, 223, 251, 273 Stone, Marvin-57, 228, 229 Stone, Virgil---50, 223 Stout, Willis Eugene-75 Strear, Leonard-75 Strielny, Robert-66, 197 Stromberg, Adele-57, 207, 244, 253 Strump 24 fler, Margaret-57, 240, 242, 244 7, 255, 257 Sturges, Lawrence--75 Sturr, Dorothy-66 St over, Edna-66, 219, 240, 241, 247, 253 258,-259 Suhr, L eonard475, 193, 258 Suhr, Robert-50, 251, 255, 264, 270, 273 Sullivan, Helen-50 Summe Sunday rs, Altha Louise-50 Mark-57 209 Suppes: Ramen-625, 193 Swager, Richard-50 Swayze, Ethel-66, 251, 274, 279 T Tacinas, Nicholas-75, 222, 223, 251, 273 Tarr, Blanche-66, 253 Tasker, Walter-57, 201 Taylor, Helen-188, 207, 244 Taylor, Marilyn-75, 205 Taylor, Robert-57 Taylor, Shirley-50 Templin, Hazel-75 Tewell, William-57, 223, 251 Thaler, Margaret-51, 57, 89, 225, 240, 247, 251, 257, 277 Theander, Harry-20, 36, 50, 193 Theander, Richard--69, 75, 193 Thelander, Gayle-75 Thompson, Chester-57, 209 Thompson, Marion- 75 Thompson, Maynard--66, 239, 247 Shorwell, Margaret--49, 255, 266, 270, 279 Showalter, Eileen-57 Shroyer, Franklin-65, 193 Srevert, Theodore-65, 238 Sillzerbcrl, Marvin--75, 229 Simons, Justin-49 Smith, Barbara--65 Smith, Bertha Lou-75, 253 Smith, EIinoreW2, 65, 219, 273 Smith, George-75, 223, 273 Smith, Jeanne-49 Smith, Louise- -57, 257 Smith, Nana219, 269 Smith, Maurice--49, 193, 243, 273 Smith, Maxine-57, 88, 188, 225, 244, 249, 251, 257, 266 Smith, Orabel-75, 225, 247 Snyder, Arthur--66 Snyder, Margaret-75, 219 Snyder, Pearl-66 Sobol, Maxine-57 Solomon, Tybe Shirley-49, 199 Sorkin, Clara-f57 Spano, Joann May--66, 256 Sparks, Virginia--75, 207 Spence, Mary Elizabeth-75, 195 Spencer, Curtis Warren-57, 209 Spencer, Walter- 66 Stanarcl, Burke-57, 208, 209 Stanley, Maurice-57, 238, 245, 269 Stark, Marie-75 Stark, Norman-45 Starr, Dorothy--66, 213 Steele, Dorothy-66, 279 Sterner, Joseph-75, 223 Stevens, Robert-'66, 197, 274 Thompson, Virginia-57, 225, 241, 253, 2 4 Thompson, Wyatte-57, 247 Thorne, Geraldine--66, 253 Thornton, Dorothyw75, 207 Tiemann, Dorothy-66, 205 Titsley, Wade-66, 227 Titus, Edwin-57 Tool, Marc-57, 274 Townley, Thomas-57, 200, 201 Townsend, John-57, 238, 245, 265, 269 Trace, Arher-66, 75, 227, 263 Trace, Robert-227 Troecc, Myrag57, 205 Trcvorrow, Dora Lee-50, 219 Truelggalrt, Eddie Jo--39, 50, 151, 206, 207, Twombly, John-66, 197, 239, 269, 271 V Valentine, William-75, 227 Valli:-ro, Marie-38, 50, 143, 213, 243 Van Aken, David-75, 201 Van De Wage, Irma-66, 213 Van Schooneveld, William-50 Van Uithoven, Glen-75 Vaughan, Margaret-25, 57, 249 Vaupel, Harry-66, 206 Villano, Bertha-57, 213, 217 Votaw, Alta-66, 203, 247, 279 W Wachet, Irene-66, 225 Wachob, Lou Ella-75, 219 287 C7 Wagenblast, Jack-66 BQ Q1 Wager, Forest-66, 193 Wagner, Joseph-57, 196, 197, 274 Wainscott, Evelyn--66, 279 Walker, Earl-66, 193, 227 Walker, Mariory-50, 218, 219 Walker, Steven-66 Walker, William-50, 201, 277 Wall, Vivian-75, 205, 251, 253 Walsh, Edwin-227 Walsmith, Henry-50, 161, 170, 209, 270 Q waiters, Barbara-66, 253 Walters, Betty Ann-75 Walters, Rolland-210 Wardell, Josephine-212 Warner, Norma-75, 205, 273 Warwick, Thomas-50 Waters, Dorothy-66, 207 Waters, Mary-38, 50, 215 Watkins, Pearl-50 Watson, Mary-205 Watts, Elvin-57, 269 Watts, Ruth-76, 193 Way, David-57, 245, 271 Wearne, Marguerite-176, 225, 253 Weaver, Erma-57, 213 Weber, Wesley-66, 161, 221 Weber, William-57, 238 5. Weick, Frank-66, 197, 273 Welle, Edith-76, 225 Wells, Charles-50, 238, 245, 269 Wells, Harold-50, 238 - Werth, Carol-76, 247, 258 Wurtz, George-50 West, Kay-50, 206, 207, 261, 274 Westblade, Maynard-66, 269 Westhafer, Wanda Mae-76, 207, 273 Weyandt, John-50, 260, 263, 264 Weyandt, Ford-66, 248 Whitacre, Homer-50, 211, 238, 245, 26-3, 265, 269 Whitaker, Baird-57, 209 Whitaker, Stanley-76 White, Clinton-50 White, Delilah-66, 266, 279 White, Frances-66, 207, 241, 253, 271, 274 f White, Gordon-76, 223 . its i 55 Webster, Neal-76 . 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