Upper Iowa University - Peacock Yearbook (Fayette, IA)
- Class of 1941
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STroll Through iT slowly-in quieT enioymenT
allow The year To pass in sweeT reTrospecT.
Memoirs oT college life lived To iTs uTmosT
-classes in Tall-parTies in The winTer-
picnics in The spring. Recall each one Ten-
derly, The Tun, The Trials, The successes and
Tailures. All your personal preparaTion To
meeT changing world concliTions. ThaT you
may never TorgeT Tond memories-we pre-
senT you This book so you may, in The un-
cerTain TuTure, come baclc To This year ancl in
soTT remembrance-sTroll Through iT slowly.
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PRESIDENT VIVIAN T. SMITH
ln apprecialion ol...
A liberal Jrlwinlcer . . . An elllicienl
adminislralor . . . fkllworouglw scholar
and educalor . . . A friend 'ro slu-
clenls and facully . . . We inscribe
THE I94l PEACOCK
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The confused and bewildered condiTion in The
world Today, wiTh maTerialism and mechanism ev-
erywhere challenging TruTh, beauTy, and goodness,
demands more Than ever ThaT we re-dedicaTe our-
selves To The Task oT preparing young people Tor
inTelligenT and benevolenT service To mankind. IT
is imporTanT ThaT we imparT accuraTe inTormaTion
and masTerTul skills, buT iT is imperaTive ThaT we
engender alTruisTic aTTiTudes so ThaT These skills will
be used unselfishly. The clear mission of The small
VIVIAN T. SMITH
liberal arTs college is more Than ever To imparT
Wi+h Tull confidence in The principles oT dem-
ocracy and wiTh hope Tor The deTense oT our dem-
ocraTic insTiTuTions we musT conTinue To prepare
our youTh Tor useful service in Times oT peace.
ThereTore, while we pledge our supporT To The
NaTional Defense Program in every way possible,
we shall conTinue wiTh our TradiTional liberal arTs
curriculum and underTake To place even greaTer
emphasis on The moral and religious elemenTs oT
our college program.
MRS. J. W. DICKMAN, B.M., M.L.
Treasurer of Upper lowa, presidenf of fhe La-
dies Professorship Associafion and manager of fhe
boolcsfore, Mrs. Diclcman is loved and respecfed
by Upper lowans everywhere . . . a sfriking ex-
ample of vifalify and characfer. a life of
beaufy and influence.
WILLIAM C. MONGOLD, A.M.. I..L.D.
A fhorough scholar and an able adminisfrafor,
Dr. Mongold discharges fhe offices of Dean, Pro-
fessor of Psychology and Educafion and direcfor
of fhe placemenf bureau. l-lis is a mind of numer-
ous and varied capabilifies, profound and illumin-
RAYMOND M. DEMINC5
B.C.E., Iv1.S., SCD.
Respecled by sludenls as a supreme example of
honesfy and fairness, Dr. Deming holds an enviable
repufalion as Professor of Malhemalics and
As+ronomy. l-lis office of Regislrrar has made him
a friend and adviser of every slrudenl.
VIRGIL C. WELCH, B.D., AM., DD.
Only a human dynamo could efleclively dis-
charge Jrhe responsibililies on Dr. Welch's shoulders,
buf he does il. A lireless worker wilh an abun-
dance of enlrhusiasm, he is Professor of Bible and
Religious Educalion, Direclor of Sfudenl Employ-
menl, Field Secrefary and Publicify Direclror.
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CLARENCE JAY BLACK, A.M., M.S., Ph.D.
Professor of Chernisfry and Physics
BEATRICE BOCKHAUS, R.N.
IVADELL FRANCES BRAUSE, A.M.
Professor of Lafin
GRACE BUHLMAN BURDICK, A.B.
lnsfrucfor in Commercial Subiecfs
DORA FRANCES CARTER, A.B.
ZILPHA EMMA CHANDLER, Ph.D.
Professor of English
JOHN PEET CLYDE, A.M., D.D.
Professor of Polifical and Social Science
MRS. MARY B. CLYDE
GEORGE MAYNARD DOBRY, A.B., M.S.
Assisfanf Professor of Journalism
CATHERINE DOLCH, B.S., A.M.
Assisfanf Professor of Speech
JOHN EDWARD DORMAN, B.S., D.D.S.
WALTER EVERETT HENDRICKS, A.B., M.M
Assisfanf Professor of Voice and
GEORGE WILLIAM KIBBIE, A.M.
Supervisor of Pracfice Teaching
AUGUST JAMES LUKES. A.M.
Professor of Business Adrninisfrafion
CRYSTAL LOREE LYONS, M.S.
Professor of I-Ionne Economics
LEONIDAS J. LYONS, M.S., Sc.D.
Professor of Biology
LOUIS W. MOLLOY
Insfrucfor in VioIin and Direcfor of Orchesfra
ARCHIE SYLVESTER MORSE, A.M.
Supervisor of Pracfice Teaching
MARVIN T. NODLAND, A.M.
Supervisor of Pracfice Teaching
HARRIET ALMA RANNEY, A.M.
Assisfanf Professor of Educefion and Psychology
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WAYNE A. SPALDING, A.M., M.M.
Professor of Piano and Music Theory
WILLIS HARRY WALKER, A.M., Ph.D.
Professor of I-Iisfory
GEORGE WELLS, A.M., Ph.D.
Assisfanf Professor of Physical Eclucafion
GLADYS HARSHAW WELLS, A.B.
Insfrucfor of Physical Educafion
Mrs. Clyde, Mrs, Wells, Ranney, Mo e
le, Wells, Dorman, Burdick.
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. . and whosoever shall be seen wiThouT his
or her cap shall have such punishmenT meTed ouT
To him as may be deemed iusT by The Councilf'
The "wearing oT The greenl'--The regulaTion oT
which is iusT one oT The varied duTies oT The STuA
Governing The sTudenTs and sponsoring all-col
lege acTiviTies are The paramounT duTies oT These
elecTed represenTaTives. Under The guidance OT
Dean lvlongold This body endeavors To sTril4e an
even balance beTween The sTudenTs and The "pow-
ers ThaT be."
Early in The Tall The Council direcTed a l'geT-
TogeTher" bonTire-parTy and a liTTle laTer a mid-
aTTernoon waTermelon "Teed." The Class Scrap
lwhaT happened To The rope?l, The Tall and spring
campus "clean-ups," and The rushing oT The show
were supervised by The Council.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
George Caswell, pres.
NOT IN PICTURE:
DARRELL EUGENE ARTHUR Maynard
Major: Biological Science
Foolball I, 21 Baseball I, 2, 3, 41 Inlra-
murals1 Alpha Della Alpha 3, 4.
ROBERT ALLEN BELLIS Randalia
Major: Business Adminislralion
Rho Sigma Chi I, 2, 3, 4j Debale 2, 3j
Slage Crew "The Lale Chrislopher Bean" lj
Slage Crew "The lmporlance ol Being
JAMES BLAINE BUELL Cenlerville
Major: Social and Polilical Science
Track I, 21 Foolball I, 2, 3, Caplain 4j
Baskelball 41 Baseball I, 2, 3,41 HUI I, 2,
3, Vice-Presidenl 41 Norlh Coop. House
DOROTHY ANDERSON BURNS
Major: I-Iome Economics
Lenox College I, 21 Yell Leader 31 Band
Majorelle 41 Kappa Ela Bela 3, Vice-Presi-
denl 41 Dormilory Council, Junior Repre-
senlaliye 3, Presidenl 4j House Manager
"Double Door" 31 Collegian Slall 31 Acliv-
ily Edilor PEACOCK 31 Class Secrelary-
Treasurer 41 Sigma Tau Della 3, Vice-Presi-
clenl' 41 Who's Who 4.
ROBERT BRUCE CARTER Fayelle
Major: Malhemalics1 Business Adminislralion
Eoolball lj Baseball lj lnlramurals1 Lile
Guard 2, 31 Alhlelic Manager 2, 3, 41
Alpha Della Alpha I, 2, 3, 41 Forum Vice-
Presidenl 21 Class Secrelary-Treasurer lj
Alpha Chi Phi I, 2, Vice-Presidenl 31 Pi
Rho Zela 3, 41 Who's Who 3, 4.
RUSSELL EARL CASTOR Fairbank
Major: Music, English
Baseball I, 2, 3, 41 A Cappella Choir 3, 4j
Band I, 2, 3,41 Pep Band 2, 31 Orcheslra I,
2, 3, 41 Soloisl I, 2, 3, 41 Ensemble I, 3, 41
Rho Sigma Chi I, 2, Vice-Presidenl 3 81 'lj
"The Lale Chrislopher Bean" I1 "The lm-
porlance ol Being Earneslu lj "The Tam-
ing ol lhe Shrewii lj Alhlelic Eclilor PEA-
COCK 31 Class Vice-Presidenl 41 Alpha Psi
Omega Prcinpler 4j Sigma Tau Della 3, 4j
Uniyersily Players I, 2, 3, 4.
HARVARD CLINTON BARR Fayelle
Major: Biological Science
Track 3j Eoolball I, 21 Canlo Chorus 3.
JOSEPH MICHAEL BRADY Aurora
Track I1 Foolball I, 2, 3, 41 Baskelball I1
Baseball I, 2, 3, 41 Alpha Della Alpha I, 2,
3, Presiclenl 41 Debale 31 Exlempore Speak-
ing 3: Assislanl Manager Collegian 21
PEACOCK, Assislanl Edilor 2, Business
Manager 31 Forum Treasurer 41 Sludenl
Council 31 Class Presidenl 21 Class Vice-
Presidenl 31 Pi Kappa Della 3, 41 Presidenl
FTUI 41 Pi Rho Zela 41 WhoIs Who 4.
ROBERT LINN BURDICK Fayelle
Major: Biological Science
Yell Leader I1 A Cappella Choir lj Band
I, 21 Pep Band l1Orcheslra I, 21 "Rip Van
WinkIe" I1 "Our Town" 31 Double Door" 31
"Whislling in lhe Dark" 41 "Everyman" 41
"The Terrible Meek" 41 Class Secrelary-
Treasurer lj Universily Players 4.
KEITH DARIAN BUTSON I-lamplon
Baseball 21 Pep Club 31 Rho Sigma Chi 2,
3, Secrelary-Treasurer 41 Pholography Edilor
PEACOCK 31 Sludenl Council 4.
FOSTER WILLIAM CASS Fayelle
Major: Malhen"alics1 Commerce
Foolball I, 21 Baskelball I1 Canlo Chorus
31 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 41 Pi Rho Zela
DEWITT CLINTON Iowa Falls
A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 'lj Band I, 41 I
Orcheslra li Menls Quarlelle I, 21 Calle-
HAROLD EDWARD CLOUGH Fayelfe
Track 3: Baseball I: Inlramurals: A Cap-
pella Choir I: Rho Sigma Chi I, 2, 3, 4.
KATHRYN JEAN GRACE Bennefl
Maior: I-Iome Economics
Canlo Chorus I: Sigma Nu Sigma I, 2, 3,
Presidenl 4: "The Imporlance of Being
EarnesI" I: "Broken Dishes" 2: "Arms and
Ihe Man" 2: "Our Town" 3: "Double Door"
3: "WhisIling in lhe Darkl' 4: "OverIones"
4: "The Terrible Meek" 4: Forum Presidenl
3: Sludenl' Council 3, 4: Alpha Chi Phi I, 2:
Alpha Psi Omega 2, Presidenl 3, 4: Sigma
Tau Delia 2, Vice-Presidenf 3, 4: Universily
Players 2, 3, 4: Whols Who 4,
RICHARD DALE HAMNQUIST Des Moines
Maior: Malhemalics: Business Adminislralion
Track 2: Fooiball I: Baskeiball I, 2, 3, Cap-
Iain 4: Inlramural Commillee 3, 4: Rho
Sigma Chi I, 2, 3, Presidenf 4: PEACOCK,
Edilor 3, Assislanl Edilor 4: Class Presidenl
3: Pi Rho Zela 4: Sigma Tau Della 3, 4:
Who's Who 4.
ERNESTINE MAE HOLZER Elgin
Major: Business Adminislralion
Canlo Chorus 3: Bancl I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band
I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Ela
Bela 3, 4: Pi Rho Zela 2, SecreIary-Treas-
urer 3, 4.
HAROLD ETTER KAMM Wesf Union
Maior: Biological Science: Phys. Ed.
Iowa Slafe Teacherls College I: Menls
Union I: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2,
3: Baseball 4: Inlramurals: A Cappella
Choir 4: Orchesfra 2: I-IUI 2, 3, 4: "Whis-
Iling in The Dark" 4.
THELMA MAY MARTIN Oelwein
Maior: English N
A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Chi
Omicron I, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Properlies
"The Tragedy of Nan" I: "The Imporfance
of Being Eames?" I: Coslumes "The Taming
of The Shrew" I: Slage Crew "Arms and Ihe
Man" 2: Properlies "Broken Dishes" 2:
Prompler "Our Town" 3: Coslumes "Double
Door" 3: Assisfanl Direclor "Everyman" 4:
Collegian, Assislanl' Ediior 3, Edilor 4:
PEACOCK Assislani' Edilor 3: Forum Cabi-
nel 3: Sludenl Council 2: Alpha Psi Omega
2, Treasurer 3, Presidenl 4: Gamma Della
Kappa 2, Secrelary-Treasurer 3, Presidenl 4:
Sigma Tau Della 2, 3, 4: Uniyersily Players
I, 2, Vice-Presidenl 3, 4: Who's Who 3, 4.
LILAH ELIZABETH FREDERICK Arlinglon
Maior: Music: English
Canlo Chorus I, 2: A Cappella Choir 4:
Orchesira I, 4: Woodwind Ensemble 2:
Sigma Nu Sigma I, 2, 3, 4: Gospel Team 3:
Sigma Tau Della 4.
JOHN WILLIAM GRANT Independence
Maior: Biological Science
Track I, 2, 3, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Infra-
murals I, 2: Life Guard I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club
2: I-IUI I, 2, 3, Presidenl 4: I-Iumor Edilor
KATHRYN JEAN HETZEL Arlinglon
Maior: Music: English
Canlo Chorus 2, 3: A Cappella Choir I, 2,
3: Pep Clulo Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Band 2,
3: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3: Soloisl
I, 2, 3, 4: Ensemble I, 2, 3, 4: Sexlelle Ac-
companisl 2: Kappa Efa Bela 2, 3, Presidenl
4: Secrelary Dormilory Council 3: "Our
Town" 3: "Double Door" Cosfumes 3: Cole
Iegian Siahc 3: Circulalion Edilor PEACOCK
3: Forum Vice-Presidenl 4: Sluclenl Council
4: 4-I-I Secrerary-Treasurer 4: Sigma Tau
Della 2, 3: Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Whois
BEVERLY JUNE IVERSON Manly
Major: Business Adminislralion
Band I: Crchesfral: Adyerlising "The Trag-
edy oi Nanl' I: Collegian I: Iowa Slale
Teacher's College 2, 3: Pi Rho Zela 4:
Sigma Tau Della 4.
RUTH AGNES KAPPMEYER Oelwein
Major: Business Adminislralion
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Bancl 3: Orchesira I, 2,
3, 4: Gamma Della Kappa Secrelary-Treasf
urer 4: Pi Rho Zela I, 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET EMMA MEYER Eilzen, Minn.
Pep Club 3: Sigma Nu Sigma I, 2, Vice!
Presidenl 3, Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Dormi-
Iory Council, Vice-Presidenl 4: Properlies
"The Imporlance of Being Earnesh' I: Cos-
Iumes "Broken Dishes" 2: Coslumes "Our
Town" 3: CosIumes "Double Door" 3: Cos-
Iumes "WhisIling in Ihe Darkll 4: Fealure
Edilor PEACOCK 3: Alpha Chi Phi I, 2:
Gamma Della Kappa 2, 3, Vice-Presidenl 3
81 4: Sigma Tau Della 2, 3, Presidenl 4:
Universily Players 4: Herz Scholarship 2.
CAROL EUGENIA MOE Frernonl, Nebr. HELEN MAXINE MORGAN Sldflley
Major: Bible and Religious Educalion MGIOFZ I'IOm9 Economics
Midland College I: Nalional Training Canlo Chorus lg Alpha Chi Ornicron 2, 3,
School I, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 43 Presidenl 4: "The Lale Chrislopher Bean"
"Eyefyman" 4, I, Properlies "The Imporlance ol Being
Earneslu I: "Broken Dishes" 2: "Our Town"
I 3: "Double Door" 33 "Whislling in lhe
l Dark" 41 "Operalion al One" 4: Class
Edilor PEACOCK 37 Forum Secrelary 2, 3:
EVELYN EALQABELH NIIEMAN 'CS Sumner Qlpha 55? gnyegag 34 BUSIAHSSS-+MaPrFager T
GIOV? Uma CONOW' Igma au ela , g nIyersI y ayers ,
Canlo Chorus I3 Alpha Chi Omicron l, 2, 2, Vice-Presldenl 3, Presidenl 41 Who's Who
W 3, 41 Slage Crew "The lmporlance ol Being 4,
LYLE JOHN PATTERSON Lakola
Melon Mayhemayics HAROLD MAX NIORTHRUVP Fairbank
Track I, 2, 3, 47 Poolball l, 2, 3, 4: Rho Malorl MUSIC
Sigma Chi I, 2, 3, 47 Assislanl Business A Cappella Choir I. 2. 3, 4: Band I. 2. 3.
Manager PEACOCK 3: Class Presidenl 41 47 PEP BGVICI I. 2. 3. 4:Orcl1eslra I. 2. 3. 41
Pi Rho Zela 3, Presidenl 4. ina? Cgufirlexf 2. 3. 4: Men! Quarlelle 2:
p a ela pha 3, 4.
THORNTON DELANO ROBERTS Arlinglon
I Track ly A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Band B R -
I I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orcheslra I, VANCE URNELL. IMMER Delh'
I 2, 3, 4: Brass Quarlelle I, 2, 3, 47 Men's MGIOI' Commerce
Quarlelle 33 Rho Sigma Chi I, 2, 3, 41 Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 47
"The Taming ol lhe Shrew" I. I-IU' I. 2. 3- 4-
l GAYLE LEROY SMITH rsyene
I Melon Malhemalm RONALD WILLIAM sci-IEULER Alburnell
Foolball 4: Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, M . U C
2, 47 Inlrarnurals, Band I, 2, 3, Pep Band 33 alor' Ommerce
Y Qychesha II 2' 3: HU' II Q1 31 Secreiyary, Baskelball I, 27 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Alpha
y Treasurer 4: Business Manager Collegian 37 Delifa AIPIIR3 Zi 3' SeC"5+aW'T'e55UfeV 4-
, Vice-Presidenl Forum 4.
MAYNARD EMERY TAYLOR Haylield JULIA MAE SMI-I-H Fayefye
Maior: Business Adminislrallong M. - H E .
I U A ayor. ome conomics
Soclal and Polmcal Sclence Kansas Wesleyan Universily I: A Cappella
Waldorl Business College I, Waldorl Jun- Choir 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3,
ior College Ig Foolball I, 2, 3: Baskelball Ig 4: Qrchesfra 2' 3' 4: Sigma Nu Sigma Q! 3'
Baseball II 2. 3? lnlrarnufals 2- 3. 4? A CGD' Vice-Presidenl 41 Properlies "Broken Dishes"
pella Choir I, 3, 47 I-IUI 2, 3, 41 "Double 2: Alpha Ch, ph, 2-
Door" 3, "Silver Rope" 3: "WhislIing in lhe
Dark" 41 "The Valianlll 47 "Operalion al
One" 4, "Everyman" 4: Collegian 3, Alpha
Psi Omega 4: Pi Rho Zela 3, 45 Universily
Gym LOEL CLAYTON TIMM Fayelfe
GEORGE ROBERT CASWEEE EEYEIIS BZilZll1i'I'I,IL' 5l3BR1EbillI.Q..?g..2 7llIQ"TIi
Malor: I-lisloryq Business Adminislralion poffance of gggmg Elamesf' I7 54596 Crew
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Assislanl Alhlelic Mane "The Taming ol lhe Shrew" Ig Slage Crew
ager 21 Alpha Della Alpha 2, 3, 4: Debale "Arms and lhe Man" 27 Slaqe Manager
2, 3, 4: Exlempore Speaking 37 Peace Con- "Broken Dishes" 2: Slage Crew "Double
'Iesl 4, McNeyin Oralor, Second I, Pirsl 2: DOOR' 3. CIGSS PFeSld9fII II lnlramurals 3.
Allernale Radio Anngunger 23 "Broken 43 Uniyersily Players 3, Vice-Presidenl 4.
Dishes" 2, "Our Town" 31 "Everyman" 4:
"The Terrible Meek" 4: Collegian Assislanl
Edilor 2, Edilor 3, Sporls Edilor 41 PEA-
COCK Adverlising 2, Acliyily Edilor 3:
Sludenl Council, ViceEPresidenl 3, Presidenl
47 Class Vice-Presidenl 23 Chapel Commil- RICHARD LLQYD TREMAINE Sumner
lee 41 Pi Kappa Della 2, Presidenl 3 81 4: Melon M5TIlemaT'C5
Pi Rho Zela 2, 3, 4: Sigma Tau Della 4, Foolball I, 2, 45 Baseball I, 2: Rho Sigma
Presidenl 37 Uniyersily Players 4, Who's Chi l,2, 3,4.
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amazing populariTy-buT noT The only one. Her
umcailing cheerTulness and helpTulness have helped
To draw KaThryn inTo counTless acTiviTies and or-
ganizaTions and given her places oT responsibiliTy.
Truly a represenTaTive senior.
An amazing paradox-a Triple-ThreaT man wiTh
boTh girls and boys. CompeTenT, personable.
smooTh . . . eve-ryThing he does he does well and
he's done plenTy, Trom ediTing The T940 PEACOCK
To capTaining This year's baskeTball Team. He com-
mands respecT and admiraTion Trom everyone.
The busiesT girl on The campus: member oT a
hosT oT organizaTions and an ofriicer in mosT-be-
sides being a superior s+uden+, Good naTured,
TacTTul and dependable, Helen is recognized as a
leader by all who know her. She was chosen l94O
Homecoming queen and l94I candidaTe Tor The
Drake Relays queen.
CapTain Jimmie Buell, brillianT aThleTe and
"swell" Tellow. FooTball was his TirsT love and he
Trained hard To aTTain his successes. He'll always
be Training hard-and making successes. Upper
Iowa will miss him when he's gone . . . Good luck
To you, Jimmie!
AnoTher girl wiTh a long lisT oT acTiviTies and
Tale-nT. A disTincTive, inTeresTing, Tresh personaliTy.
Probably her TirsT love is liTeraTure7 wiTh dramaTics
and journalism holding an imporTanT place in her
college liTe. She was ediTor oT The Collegian This
year. A delighTTul girl.
Blessed wiTh a wealTh oT abiliTy, Joe's cheerTul
willingness To help made him a TargeT Tor Those
who wanTed Things done. He has been ouTsTanding
in aThleTics, yeT always managed To Tind Time To acT
on commiTTees, be presidenT oT his TraTerniTy, de-
baTe . . . in general puT his TalenTs To good use.
In fhe fall of I938, l4O green freshmen poured
fhrough fhe halls of Upper Iowa. If was a record-
brealcing class and if comprised nearly half fhe
populafion of fhe school. I94I seemed a long
way off fhen, buf fhe weelqs filed sfeadily pasf unfil
fhree years had gone by. The fhird year found
fhe class reduced buf sfill proudly numbering forfy-
'rwo Juniors. Among fheir number, fhe Juniors like
fo include Presidenf Smifh, since he firsf came fo
' FRIMML-Soc. and Pol. Sc.
RUTH GANTENBEIN-I-lorne Economics
DONALD GOSCH-Commerce: Soc. and
ALBERT HADER-Physical Educafion
JOSEPH HARKINS--Biological Science
LEONARD DALE ALDERSON-Phys. Ed.:
Soc. arid Pol. Sc.
EDWARD BARNES-Bus. Ad.: Soc. and Pol. Sc.
DORA LEE BELDING-Music
FRANCES BERG-I-Iome Economics
CAROL CARTER-Home Economics
MARION DAVIS-I-Iome Economics
REED J. ELWOOD-Chemisfryy Biol. Sc.
Upper Iowa when fhese Juniors were freshmen.
Also in fheir number fhe Juniors counf a member
of fhe varsify debafe feam, a winning orafor, and
sfar players in baslcefball, foofball, and baseball.
Every member in fhe class has done somefhing fo
express his personalify in social acfivifies. Whefher
in afhlefics, drarnafics, or music fhe Class of I942
has always been well represenfed.
Bofh as freshmen and as soph-
omores, lhe presenl Junior Class
won The Class Scrap. As Juniors
They sponsored a successful car-
nival in January for +he purpose
of financing work on lhe annual.
The PEACOCK is +he major proi-
ec'r of every iunior class and ulil-
izes lhe capabililies of all The
Colleclively, lhe Juniors have
maiors in Ten dirferenf oleparf-
menls. They are aclive in all of
+he honorary socielies and have
shown Jrheir abilily +o do excellenr
worlc. Many of lhem also worlc for
+he college as ianilors, slenogra-
phers, and assis+an+s. Bul never
have lhey been loo busy working,
sluclying, or playing To keep up
+he college spirir making lheir
leadership nalurally accepled by
ELWOOD MABON-Biol. Sc.: Phys. Ed.
ARDEN MELCHER-Biological Science
BURTON MITCHELL-Ma'rh.: Bus. Ad.
KENNETH MONGOLD-Chemisfryg Mafhemalics
CHARLES MORGAN-Soc. and Pol. Sc.: Phys. Ed.
JUDSON DALE PATTERSON-Biol. Science
JUNE PIERCE-Bus. Ad.: Home Ec.
CAMERON SELF-Biol. Sc.: Malhemalics
THOMAS SHERREN-Chemislryg Malhemalics
QUENTINE WAGNER-Music: Commerce
CONNIE HENNAGER JR.-Hislory
RALPH KUEHL-Business Adminislrafion
RAYMOND KUEHL-Business Adminislrafion
CHARLES LOVIN-Soc. and Pol. Sc.
ILENE WOOLDRIDGE-Music: English
WILLIAM CONKLIN-Biological Science
EUGENE JOHNSON-Social and Polilical Science
ERWIN POTRATZ-Biol. Sc.: Hislory
Al lhe conclusion ol lheir second year
in college, lhe lwo year normal sludenls
can loolc baclq upon an enviable record ol
achievemenl and good limes. Allhough
lhey lalqe many courses noi required ol
low year graduales, lhey have noi segre-
qaled rhernselves. These prospeclive
leachers have amply shown lheir abilily lo
conlribule lo lhe aclivilies and enlhusi-
asms ol Upper Iowa.
lvlyrrl Mae Paul
Jeanne Mae Phelps
Nor in panel: Vivian Wells
Russell CasTor, vice-pres.
DoroThy Burns, sec'y-Treas.
Lyle PaTTerson, pres.
LaVerne Gremmels, sec'y-Treas.
RuTh GanTeribein, pres.
Ray Kuehl, vice-pres.
James TilloTson, pres.
VeniTa Chumbly, vice-pres.
Sidney Crowe, sec'y-Treas.
Joseph Burns, pres.
Barbara VVrighT, vice-pres.
WalTer PraTT, sec'y-Treas.
Upon The capable shoulders oT The class oTTicers
Talls The responsibiliTy Tor The acTiviTies oT The re-
specTive classes. There are, oT course, cerTain
rouTine duTies To which every presiclenT and secre-
Tary Talls due. These may consisT of sending con-
graTulaTions or regreTs, or oT hounding someone
Tor dues To pay a phoTographer or phonograph
operaTor. BuT each class also has a disTincTive
proiecT during The school year. WiTh The Fresh-
men and Sophomores This proie-cT was The Tradi-
Tional class scrap. The oTTicers helped To selecT
The conTesTanTs Tor The various evenTs. The Junior
class produced a carnival Tor The purpose oT ob-
Taining Tuncls Tor use on The annual. Besides The
carnival, The Junior class was occupied wiTh The
organizaTion oT This Peacock iTselT, making iTs oTTi-
cers doubly acTive. Meanwhile, The Seniors were
preparing Tor The Senior class play in The spring.
The process oT graduaTing was Their lasT acTiviTy
as a class.
This year, an even lOO Sophomores filled lhe
halls and classrooms ol UIU for lhe lirsl lime in
ils hislory. And lhe preceding year, lhis class
held a record enrollmenl of I47. Meanwhile, lhe
Sophomores have accepled lhe responsibililies and
leadership in upholding slandards of scholarship
They have consolidaled lheir posilions in sporls
as well as in honorary organizalions. These sporls
include loolball, baslcelball, baseball, and lraclc.
Some loolc parl in The choir, lhe band, and lhe or-
cheslra. A few Sophomores debaled or were vocal
or inslrumenlal soloisls. Many engaged in college
plays and reporled for Jrhe Collegian. The Sopho-
mores also counl lwo-year normal sludenls in lheir
number. The Class ol I943 has made many
friends: and lriends are a reliable indicalion oi
Firsi Row: E, Wells, Glass, H. Maclc, Fall, Woesle. Jones, Kayser, Tillolson, Peclcharn, l-lannah, Phelps.
Second Row: Thompson, E. Mack, Kaye, Olrnsied, Diedrich, A. Wells, Rowland, F. Morgan, Voss, Swales
Third Row: Schupbach, Grifzner, Ferris, Lacour, Ponsar, R. Wooldridge, Sfeward, Scholl.
Firsf Row: Holm, Mellon, Wol+ers, Gingrich, Felzer, Paul, Crawford, Pickle, Crowe, Halverson, Timm.
Second Row: Pelerson, Arlhur, O. Nefzgar, Miller, Glass, Campbell, Muclcler, Grimes, Corlcery, Marlens.
Third Row: Schmidl, Whiicher, Boeclcenheuer, Rummel, Lind, D, Jones, Marsden, Clay, Hahn, Chumbley.
ln keeping wilh lhe recenl qrowlh oi Freshman classes al "
Upper lowa, lhe Class of l944 Jrolaled I36 slrudenls. And Treshrnen
This class has qualily as well as quanliry. Freshmen ranked
well in bolh scholarship and exrrafcurricular aclivilies. Their
energy and inlelligence gave new life To alhlelics, rnusic,
and dramalics. The Freshmen rriumphed in lhe Class Scrap
and payed oil al 75 ro 28. For lhem and lor lhe school,
I94I will be remembered as a signiiicanl year.
Firsl' Row: W, Johnson. Donahue, cl, Miller Burns, B. Wrighl, Rrafl, F. Moroan, l-leilman, Dew, S. Miller Marlin.
Second Row: Cummings, clacobia, Qlson, McGrew, Billings. Robinson, Lava, Luse, Kinfg, Odekirk, l-leller, Shanks.
Third Row: Milchell, Fosler, Qchs, Sievens Silka McMinifnee, Gardner, Gelfle, Norlhrop, Hanson.
Fourfh Row: Fl'iol Granger Kernislon, Shoemaker Meri, Rlumnfer Levnplwier, Quirk, Mason, Aliyn.
Firsi' Row: W. Jones, E. Slephens, Armslronq, Scales, Briar, Kishman, Caslor, Robinson, Moore, Kennedy, Lewis.
Second Row: Sewell, Richardson, Underwood, Lund. Sloan Milchell Gibson, Slockman, Crablrefe, Parkinson Reardon
Third Row: B. King, Schori, Alcorn, l.oban. W. l-lall, l-lense, Schrader, Runyan, Arlhur, Wirbcr. K, Ralferson, Davis.
Firsf Row: Farnurn, Abborr, Taylor, Weslordorl M. Webb, Nilrrs, M. Gardner, Ferguson l-l. Sraiirh, Caswell, Waciner
Second Row: Sharp. Andrews, Schrader, ln-'iels Colcscn Clark M. l-la l, Mfaitr, FY:klf1,Alon,Ar'hur.
Third Row: Webb, Wimmer, Koenoke, G, Davis, Rilqrirn, Fleller, l-lencierson, Gelllc, Krohn, Winlerink, Gleason.
Fourfh Row: Robinson, F-laas Brewer, Frey, Neizoar, Bellamy, I-lein, R. Johnson, Denny, Duke.
, Morgan, brace, kvremmels,
Second Row: Marlin B'uner
Wherels Claude? 'To ard Irom I-loelnne, Hall Meyer Buroiclc.
Chapel," "Wanled: replacemenls on a Third Row: DeLong, Caslor, Al-
boardf' 'Teach' bilos inlo one." lyn,Tayloi1
The local dramalic lralernily, The Universily
Players, promoles dramalic abilily and provides a
fellowship Tor Those inleresled in The worlc. This
group lalqes an aclive parl in produclion ol The
l'Whislling In The Dark," The Homecoming play,
and "The Summoning oi Everyman" were The plays
sponsored by The Iralernily. Several one acr plays
have been produced by The Players lor chapel prof
grams and oul of lown groups.
Meelings are held once a monlh al which limo
some phase ol lhealrical produclion is discussed.
Miss Calherine Dolch is sponsor oT The organiza-
lion. Qllicers are: I-Iolon Morgan, pres., Loel
Timm, vice-ores., and Eugene Johnson, secly-lreas.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA
Upper lowa's Bela Kappa Casl ol Alpha Psi
Omega, nalional dramalic Iralernily, was granled
ils charler in I929. The aim of The organizalion
is lo promole The developmenl ol dramalic lalenl
al Upper Iowa.
To become eligible lor membership in The Ira-
Iernily, sludenls musl do special acling or slage
crew worlc on Three plays. The club colors, moon-
lighl blue and amber are lhose mosl ollen used
in slage lighling.
A+ commencemenl lime each year, The Bela
Kappa Casl holds a dinner lo which alumni of The
lralernily are inviled.
Officers are Thelma M. Marlin, direclor, I-Ielen
Morgan, slage manager, and Eugene Johnson,
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SIGMA TAU DELTA
Sigma Tau Delra, INlaTional l'lonorary English
FraTerniTy, is organized To encourage creaTive
wriTing and TurTher The appreciaTion oT good liTf
eraTure. The chapTer aT Upper Iowa is known as
Tau Alpha. Dr. Chandler is iTs sponser.
AT The monThly meeTings The various Types oT
liTeraTure were sTudied: ouTsTanding examples oT
each Type were ready and original selecTions were
wriTTen by The members.
The club also enioyed such social meeTings as a
picnic aT Klock's Island, The ChrisTmas dinner, and
The annual breakTasT held during CommencemenT
week. The oTTicers are: MargareT Meyer, pres.,
Dororhy Burns, vice-pres., and KaThryn I-IeTzel,
FirsT Row: Dr. Chandler, KaThryn I-IeTzel, MargareT Mey-
er, DoroThy Burns, George Caswell, Lilah Frederick.
Second Row: Marion Davis, l-Ielen Morgan, RuTh Gan-
Tenbein, Beverly Iverson, Ruby I-Iall,
Third Row: Charles Morgan, Russell CasTor, KaThryn
Grace, Thelma M. MarTin, Cameron Self.
PI KAPPA DELTA
Pi Kappa DelTa, lNlaTional Flonorary Forensic
TraTerniTy, is organized To promoTe progress and
sTimulaTe inTeresT in inTercollegiaTe debaTe, oral
Tory, and speech insTrucTion.
Pi Kappa DelTa members are permiTTed To ada
vance To higher ranks wiThin The FraTerniTy. An
exTensive program has permiTTed Lorraine Walker
To advance To The Degree oT FraTerniTy in boTh
GraTory and DebaTe7 Fred LeuTwyler and Leo
Ponsar To The Degree oT I3roTiciency in DebaTe'
Claude Welch To The Degree oT Special DisTinc-
Tion in DebaTe7 and George Caswell To The Degree
oT Special DisTincTion in boTh DebaTe and OraTory,
Special DisTincTion is The highesT possible rank
wiThin Pi Kappa DelTa.
Fugene Johnson won The annual FawceTT Gra-
Torical conTesT and represenTed Upper Iowa aT
The sTaTe meeT in Cedar Rapids, Thus becoming
eligible Tor membership.
-FirsT Row: Claude Welch, Lorraine Walker, George
Second Row: Fred LeuTwyler, Cameron SeIT, Leo Ponsar.
CAMPUS 4-H CLUB
The Upper lowa Campus field club was organized
in 1938. ll was The iirsl 4fH club io be organized
in a Liberal Aris College.
The purpose oi This organizaiion is io keep alive
ihe ioaals and experiences The members have had
in iheir previous 4-l-l workt lo inslill in rhem a
deeper apprecialion oi ihe beneiils derived irom
4-H work' lo give lhern a broader view poinl
rowaro liie' io remind ihem oi lhe signiiicance oi
lhe 4eH and The vilaliiy oi ils meaning.
Each year ihe campus 4-l-l club sponsors ihe
Norlh basl Iowa Couniy 4fl'l Baskeiball Tourna-
menl and awards a iraveling lrophy lo ihe winner,
Pl RHO ZETA
The lowa Alpha chapier oi Pi Rho Zela,
Naiional Honorary Commercial hralernily. is ihe
newesl honorary iralernily oi ihe campus, receiving
ils charier in IQ37. Membership is dependenl
upon scholaslic record and ihe complelion oi a
reouired number oi Business Adminisiraiion courses.
The iraierniiy. in developing a higher apprecia-
lion oi berler business merhods, holds regular
Firsl Row: Jean Miller, l-lolon
Lava, Rulh Rurnmell, LaVerne
Gremmels, Floy Morgan, Vivian
Second Rowz- Oroha Allen, Ruth
lnges Marian Swales, Eoih
Mi'cneli Adelaide Wells.
Third Row: Edna Olrrsled, Doro-
lhy Schaeller, Viola Schmidi.
Firsl' Row: lverson, Taylor, Goscn,
L. Parlerscn, l-lolzer, Casror, Mrs,
Second Row: Kappmeyer, Benner,
l-lall, Mrs. Alderson. M. Arlhur,
Raipn Kuiafl B. Carier Jones,
Third Row: Pierce, l-lamrguisf
Casweli Ray Kueri, Gremmels,
Marsden Crowe, l-le-in.
monrhly meelings ai which some phase oi business
aciiviiy is discussed. Leading men in various busi-
ness Tields are ireguenlly inviied lo speak ai The
meeiings. ln addilion, a Trip is made io leading
induslrial concerns in surrounding ciiies. Pi Rho
Zeia sponsors rho Mock Trial, an annual iealure
ai Upper lowa.
This iraiernily is under ihe spiriled leadership
oi Mrs. Grace Burdick and Broiessor A. J. Lukes.
F. T. U. I.
The purpose oT The T3uTure Teachers oT Upper
Towa club is To provide a cenTraT organizaTion Ter
gaining a clearer insighT and a beTTer undersTand-
ing oT The Teaching proTession. TTs aim is To assisT
each member in maTTers perTaining To The Teaching
proTession which are noT covered in class work.
The club was organized January 7, T94T. TT
consisTs oT Two chapTers: The Alpha chapTer Tor
Juniors and Seniors, and The BeTa chapTer Tor
Freshmen and Sophomores enrolled in The Two-
Year Normal Course.
ApplicaTion Tor membership is noT necessary, buT
one musT have aTTained The sTaTus oT a Junior Tor
membership in The Alpha chapTer and an acTive
inTeresT in Teaching Tor eiTher chapTer.
Firsf Row: June Pierce, KaThryn
Bferseh'rian, ETne MarTers, Jean
Mae Phelps, Georgia Grimes,
Second Row: Clraifes Morgan
Ray Kuenl, QuenTine Wagnefi
FirsT Row: Edra Ol'nsTecl RLTT'
Kappmeyer, Miss CarTer, Thelma
M, MarTin, MargareT Meyer.
Second Row: VeniTa Chumbley,
EThel MarTens. Georgia Grimes,
Third Row: KaThryn Berschnnan,
June Pierce, R. Tlene Weeid-
ridge, Jean Mae Phelps.
GAMMA DELTA KAPPA
The purpose OT The Gamma DelTa Kappa hon-
orary sororiTy, organized in T9T5, is To promoTe
a high schoTasTic sTanding among women on The
U. T. U. campus.
The membership oT The club is resTricTeo To
Twelve girls, inviTaTions being exTended To Those
wiTh superior scholarship. based on Their Treshman
When TirsT organized, The club was primarily
a debaTing socieTy Tor girls. However, Tor a num-
ber oT years The regular monThly meeTings have
been purely oT a social and enTerTaining naTure.
Miss Dora CarTer sponsors The Gamma DelT Girls.
GTTicers are Thelma MarTin, pres., MargareT Meyer.
vicefpres., and RuTh Kappmeyer, secTyfTreas,
The membership roll oT "Who's Who Among
STuclenTs in American Colleges and UniversiTies"
Tor l94O-4I claimed eleven sTuclenTs on The Upper
The eiqhT new members were chosen by Pres.
V. T. SmiTh, Dean W. C. lvlongold, and Thelma
MarTin, Bruce CarTer and George Caswell. These
Three sTudenTs were members chosen Tor lasT year's
The number chosen is limiTed by The size oT
The school: The basis oT selecTion being characTer,
scholarship, leadership in exTrafcurricular acTiviTies,
and poTenTialiTies Tor Tumre usehilness To business
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and socieTy. OT The eighT new members only Two
were iimiors, LaVerne Gremmels and Claude
Thelma lvl. MarTin,
Miss BARBARA WRIGHT
If hasn'+ laken las? +alking or supersales-
manship To convince us of Barbaras worlhz
her' good looks and personalily have laken
care of 'rha+. Barbara is one ol Those
freshmen who make a good impression for
lhe res+ of lhe school. A four-year slu-
denl, she is a member ol Jrhe Upper lowa
Singers and of Kappa Ela Bela sororily.
This young lady is one of ihose Tall
bruneiies who aHrac+ adnniraiion where-
ever ihey go. l-ler Charming personaliiy
keeps pace wifh her lovely fealures io
make her one of The loesi liked siudenfs on
MISS LOIS KIEL
lhe campus. Much To our sorrow, Lois
'Finishes her +wo-year course ihis spring.
She is a member of +he Alpha Chi Omi-
oron sororiiy and one of ihe Upper Iowa
Miss EUNICE Kisi-MAN
Anolher freshman, Eunice comes +o us
from Farmersburg, bringing a rare, capli-
valing smile and a quiel, unassuming alli-
Jrude. A Jrwo-year sludenl, she also is a
member of +he Upper Iowa Singers. A
"Dorm girl," Eunice was a candidale in
+he Homecoming queen eleclion. She is
a member of Alpha Chi Omicron sororily.
1 K ,wi-:,i sgigdss iii. 'maria in I Ng
"A Typical and one oT The mosT successTul Home-
coming celebraTions ever held on The campus,"
was The resuIT oT many hours oT work by Upper
Iowa sTudenTs and TaculTy in advance preparaTion
oT The big evenT, OcTober I I, I2, and I3.
The TesTiviTies Tormally began Friday evening
wiTh The presenTaTion OT The play, "WhisTIing in
The Dark," a mysTery-comedy, under The direcTion
Business houses were a major parT in The TesTiviTies.
Ribbons were awarded The Three besT houses in
each division, enTries being judged on originaIiTy,
neaTness and appearance.
ResuITs oT The TraTerniTy secTion were, R.S.C.
TirsT, I'I.U.I. second, and A.D.A. Third. The A.C.O.
girls won TirsT place in The sororiTy division, Kappas
second, and Phi BeTas Third.
oT Miss CaTherine Dolch. An appreciable Home-
coming crowd aTTended.
As a new procedure oT amusemenT and en-
TerTainmenT, each class conTribuTed a "sTunT" which
emphasized The Upper Iowa homecoming spiriT.
DecoraTions oT The FraTerniTy, SororiTy, and
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SouTh I-Iall, SouTh co-op, and The CenTral co-op
placed in The order named in The DorimTory divi-
Joe's caTe won TirsT in The business division wiTh
KoebeI's Bakery and The Sugar Bowl ranking second
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SaTurday aTTernoon Tound The Home-
comers busily engaged in The Upper lowa
vs. Buena VisTa TooTball game-The Tinal
score being Beavers 6, Peacoclcs O. Miss
Helen Morgan, a senior Trom STanley, was
announced Homecoming Queen.
ATTer The game, The annual college din-
ner was served in The gymnasium, Tol-
lowed by a second appearance oT "WhisT-
ling ln The Dark."
The Homecoming program ended Sun-
day morning wiTh a ConvocaTion service
in The MeThodisT church. "The Law oT
CompensaTion" was The Theme oT The im-
pressive convocaTion address delivered by
Rev. Charles H. Van MeTre oT Marshall-
On a warm November aTTernoon in I94O, scream-
ing sirens and cheering voices hailed HELEN
MORGAN as Upper lowa's Homecoming gueen.
Carried up The Tield in a blue and whiTe carriage
drawn by Tour members oT The TooTball squad, she
was preceded by her Tive aTTendanTs.
ElecTed by voTe oT Upper lowa's sTudenTs, Helen
righTly deserves The honor conTerred upon her.
PreTTy, popular and capable, she is a girl oT many
acTiviTies, being an oTTicer in Alpha Chi Omicron.
UniversiTy Players, Alpha Psi Omega, and The
"JusT a couple of pals," "No one reads
iT anyway," "PaT and Casey," 'll.ook me
over, Folks," "Wallace comes To Town,"
"A love rnafch-in Tennis," "Now l'd do
iT This way," "SuggesTive, eh?"
THOUGHTS WHILE STROLLING
Aha, here we are again-sneaked up on you, eh,
whaT?-Thus has The beginning begun-always
mosT depressin' beginning-fallacy of human make-
up-much easier To emulaTe our eminenT profs sTarT
aT The middle and work Toward no where!! Feel
a biT ouT of place in This hisTorical anThology of
The years cominls and goings buT shall sTagger on
and hope The censors are in a lenienT mood-if
you like This record Thank C. Welch, puT in a loT
of work, if you don'T-blame Eloise-she wouldn'T
leT him puT in any more-Been Toddlin' abouf all
year pursuanT of such choice morsels oT sinisTer
accomplishmenTs as would make readable copy
wherewiTh To regale your avaricious naTures-mosT
melancholy-posiTive dearTh of slanderous news,
ThaT is, prinTable-any numbers of The oTher Type
-This corner now goes on record wiTh iTs lisT
of The year's mosTs and besTs: mosT aTTracTive eyes
-McGrew7 besT smile-Kishman7 nicesT hair-
7 besT figure- 7 smooThesT complexion
- 7 besT dresser- 7 smooThesT Talker
- 7 smarTesT conversaTionalisT- 7 besT
dancer- 7 -you Till in The blanks-l refuse
To sTick ouT my neck-oTher Than This far-This cor-
ner hails lvl. lvl. Paul as having The greaTesT num-
ber of "mosTs and besTs" Tyou're enTirely welcome,
ladyl-The gals can figure ouT Their own raTings for
The males-Asfoundin' discovery-usual sources of
scandalous news have been good lor as good as
can be expecTedl all year-Hader runnin' under
wraps all season-GranT back wiTh The same
charmin' person-Webb being pracTically SmoTh-
er-ed all year-Lovin dividing his Time beTween
Two-"LiTTle Poinsonw BuTson sTill resisTing all ad-
vances-Even Crawford shunned all enfanglin'
alliances This season-Couple young couples had
leakage of The hearTery's To The exTenT of geTTing
hiTched-congraT's and good Times for long Times
-Any number of campus luminaries whose anTics
once made good copy were omiTTed from men-
Tion The greaTer parT of The year, Too Thin skinned,
couldnlf Take iTl-so we lefT 'em ouT-and They
griped abouf ThaTll-Numerous freshman gals
doTTed The campus This annum adding muchly To
The scenic loeauTy-Tall, dark and beauTiTul Kish-
"Edward, dear," "Ivories,"
"Jerry and Ralph," "Can
you name 'emf7" "Chain
gang," "SpiT seeds To lefT,
please," "AbouT face."
. ' wf2ws "'E'i13-ni2EiU5L""
man: "Blondie" Olson: T. MarTin: beauTy queen
B. WrighT: smooTh looking Miss ArmsTrong: shy
Verona Dow: F. Maier: eTc.-They were all grabbed
immediaTe-good poem To Think oT when laborin'
over one oT The Dean's lucid TesTs:
On liTTle caT TeeT
AbouT The Time oT semesTer TesTs
On silenT haunches
T-lovering over every desk
And Then moves on-
Only someTimes iT doesn'Tll
Couple highlighTs: marchin' band Thanks To
l-lendrick's skill and drive: varied chapel programs:
Junior Carnival: new movie machine: Upper Iowa-
l.uTher TooTball game: unique decoraTions aT club
dances: choir ChrisTmas concerT: "Everyman" which
sTarnped Gene J. as Tops: Miss Dolch's V-8 and
The Trip To ST. Paul-as Ponsar puT iT, "Follow us
Tor used Ford parTs": any number oTher nice Things
Tor everyone To 'member, should maybe oughT To
leave a space here Tor you To wriTe 'em in, buT
won'T-This whole space is blank as Tar as ThoughT
goes-CasT your mind TiT anyi back over The pasT
Tew monThs-whaT did you like mosT-classes, or
"All college parTy," "Alumnus," "Glam-
our girl5l?T" "AlburneTTe's pride and
icy," "Look ouT, Chuck-iT'll blow up,"
"Five o'clock whisTle didn'T blow."
did The monoTony gripe you-dances and parTners,
or did The wrong person go wiTh The wrong person
-games, or didn'T your b.T. do so well-exTra-
curricular work, or didn'T you receive The amounT
oT crediT due you-or did campusTry and The Tair
sex la misnomer Tor 98fk oT Themi enTice you wiTh
vain longings and dreams To The deTrimenT oT all
else-Amazin' deTerminaTion T. MarTin lelderl re-
mainin' True To schoolATeaching b.T.-mosT OT The
resT oT such wenT The way ThaT Things go when
Time and disTance have Their say-Hamm.-T-Tall:
Burns-LyTord To menTion iusT a couple-Thumbnail
skeTchesfE. LiTTelle-beTTer lookin'-giggle un-
diminished-F. Richardson-nice buT Too "sTeady"
-Ponsar-"l'm aTraid OT girlsl'-big PaT-iovial
and smarT-Barnes-sTill has whaT iT Takes-
nineTy-eight per cenT oT The girls hereabouTs, Too
darn silly and TlippanT-Gene J. nice iob wiTh
radio, should make iT a business, probably will-
Same dolorous siTuaTion prevalenT This annum, "she
looked him up in BradsTreeT and now he's Dunn!"
"Who 'knees' whose legs
They are?l' "STephens Tries
To hide," "WaTermelon
Teed," "Three monThs'
growTh," "The winnahf'
"Back To classes," "From
hand To mouTh.l'
"l-lansell's child," "Mar-
ried men," "Tin Pan Al-
ley," "Anofher romance
'rhar wenr on ihe rocks,"
"Junior carnival," "Sru-
-ofherwise ro be worded, no money, no dares-
rhey all like ro be carred someplace-lors of fel-
lows had ro find ir our Jrhe hard way-Mosr arrrac-
rive couple on campus, Tie 'rwixr Taylor-Kishman
and Hamm-Paul-busiesr gal on campus, G.
Grimes, kepi four guys goin' a+ one rime, rhen
suddenly Jrhere wasn'+ any, iusr re+ribu+ion?M-Song
of Jrhe year, "I Hear a Rhapsody" walked off wi+h
lop honors-in spring a young man's fancy lighlly
'rurns To whar a girl's been rhinking abour all win-
ler llhal from Haderl-or else-Jrhoughls lighlly
iurn io rhe firsi lhing Thai walks by-"l'he presenl
war has made The world chafe wirh au+ocracy"--
did you know +ha+-breezin' along +he same rrails
-"l-lisrorical Reminders"-alrenfion Prof:
1775-The Briiish are coming
I9I7-The Yanks are coming
l94O-The Tanks are coming
I94I-The Yanks are no+ coming
"Double harness row. Those who arenhl
already, probably soon will be."
Eighlr Thousand marriage licenses issued lasr yr
weren'+ used-seems rhar love ar firsr sighl' fool
second look-Amusing scene-warch a +rying-
be-sophisficared U. I. co-ed ear a hamburger wi
our disrurbing her lipsrick-same gal would pr:
ably smear ir all over a guy's face-per peeve
couples who pur on a "necking" parry af Jrhe lo
cinema-whar S. Hall gal reads berween The li
of lefrers and consequenrly makes some poor gi.
well-meanr inrenrions go haywire-lousy remarl
"every fiffh columnisr has a sense of rumor"-1
from Prof. Hendricks-ll rea leaves would Thai g
coffee grounds for divorce?-And E. lviarrens c
Tell you whalr one skiri said lo ihe olher-her
a rhoughr-wrire if +o Jrhe guy Jrhar you yearn af'
buf who you haven? yer gorz
You pressed my hand said goodnighr
And walked away wirh laughierq
You've never known +ha+ as you lefr
My hearl wenl' lrailing af+er.--
a lirrle +hough+ like rhar mighr bring abour so
nice Jrhings-guys somerimes would like To hav
bir of encouragemen+-remember rharli-T
'rhere's +he guy who, when asked whar rhe ruins
Rome were nolred for, cracked "Fallen Arches'
V. Chumbley served nolice of her abilily as
ediTor, "poured iT on" Burdick Tor Tailure To meeT
deadlines-nice going-Modern gals prayer, "Dear
Lord, I don'T ask anyThing Tor myselT buT please
give my moTher a son-in-lawl'-Now Then, hang on
Tor a bi+ oT Tiguring: a man asked The prices oT
Pullman berThs. He hears: "There's a diTTerence oT
5Oc. The lower is higher Than The upper. The
higher price is Tor The lower. IT you wanT iT lower
you'll have To go higher. We sell The upper lower
Than The lower. ln oTher words The higher, The
lower. MOST people don'T like The upper alThough
iT's lower on accounT oT being higher. When you
occupy an upper you have To geT up To go To bed
and geT down To geT up. You can have The lower
if you go higher. The upper is lower Than The lower
because iT is higher"-Then Therels a liTTle maTTer
OT: "A railroad Train had a crew oT Three and Three
passengers Traveling beTween New York and Chi-
cago. The Train crew is made up oT a Tireman, an
engineer, and a guard. Their names are SmiTh,
Jones, and Robinson, Though noT necessarily in ThaT
order. The passengers are SmiTh, Jones and Rob-
inson and will be reTerred To as Mr. SmiTh, Mr.
Jones, and Mr. Robinson. Mr. Robinson lives in
New York. Mr. Jones' annual salary is 55000. The
guard lives halTway beTween New York and Chi-
Ye Olde rock cuT,"
"Peggy Tries To hide,"
"Main oTTice," "Number,
please," "Two iumpersl'
cago and his namesake among The passengers lives
in Chicago. The guards closesT neighbor is one
oT The passengers and his salary is Three Times ThaT
oT The guard. SmiTh beaT The Tireman aT billiards.
WhaT is The name oT The engineer?"-iT can be
Tigured ouT-Comes now The end-depressin' spec-
Tacle-hunTin' ouT an end-l Think To end welll iusT
"STroll On"-lookin' back now and Then aT The Tun,
The Troubles and worries, giving a ThoughT now
and Then To The many you've known and who know
you-and reTlecT ThaT college has been more Than
a Tour year inTermission beTween high school and
unemploymenT-so on we sTroll To new Things-new
places and people, buT bear in mind This parTin'
pearl oT wisdom Trom your ancienT scribe-very
ugly or very beauTiTul women should be TlaTTered
on Their undersTanding-mediocre ones on Their
beauTy. ThoughT Tor The year-A smarT man is
one who hasn'T leT a woman pin anyThing on him
since he was a baby-So long.
"Pals," "Mabon hunTs one up," "This
should be across The page," "WanTed:
rabbiTs," "Gremrnels wriTes a receipT,"
"Peacock money geTTers," "Ye ediTor's
besT lmalel Triendf'
- , F.
The year I94O-4-I broughl one ol lhe mosl suc-
cesslul lorensic seasons in lhe hislory ol Upper
Iowa. Varsily clebalers George Caswell and
Claude Welch eslablished a remarkable record ol
Eliioll won all lour ol lheir debales lo ranlc as one
ol lhe lop 3 leams. Early in December lour leams
debaled in a no-decision lournamenl al Sl. Peler,
Lell' lo righl: Welch, Caswell
20 viclories and only 3 losses in lournamenl debal-
ing, winning one lourney and placing second in
The lorensic season opened early in November
when debalers Arlhur Sensor, John Ellioll, Leo
Ponsar, and Fred Leulwyler compeled in lhe Iowa
Cily Freshman-Sophomore lournarnenl. Sensor and
Conwndevs for the
February 6, 7, 8, lwo leams enlered a lourna-
menl al Concordial College, lvloorehead, Minn.
in compelilion wilh 7l olher leams. Welch and
Caswell were undelealed lhrough lhe six prelimin-
ary roundsy delealed Chadron lNebr.l in lhe guar-
lerlinals, Guslayus Adolphus llvlinn.l in lhe semi-
linals, and losl lo lhe brillianl Sl. Olal llVlinn.l learn
in The Tinals. Claude was ranked The Third besT
individual debaTer oT The Tourney. Leo Ponsar and
KenneTh lvlongold, The oTher Upper Iowa Team.
won Tour of Their six debaTes.
debaTers won The debaTe championship aT The
STaTe Forensic lv1eeT in Cedar Rapids. The Team
won all six debaTes, wiTh Welch earning The highesT
individual average in The Tourney.
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osedi 'bi fohlli Emo
DebaTe squad, l.euTwyler, Johnson
The Tollowing SaTurday Two Teams debaTed a
ToTal OT 8 debaTes aT WarTburg. March 3, 4, and 5.
saw The debaTers aT The NorThwesT Tourney, ST.
Paul, Minn., where Caswell and Welch won six ouT
oT eighT debaTes.
The climax oT The season came when The varsiTy
Eugene Johnson won The annual FawceTT Ora-
Torical conTesT and represenTed Upper Iowa aT The
STaTe meeT. There he earned a raTing oT excellenT.
Claude Welch was second in The home conTesT. In
The Tall George Caswell spoke aT The STaTe Peace
OraTorical conTesT held aT Oslcaloosa.
A myslery-comedy, "WhisIIing in Ihe Dark", was
Ihe Iirsl' presenlralion of The year for The Universily
Players. I+ was given on Oclrober Il and I2 as a
parr of Ihe Homecoming celebralion. There was
much laughler and gayely as "Wally" and his Tian-
cee, "Toby", excellenily porfrayed by Lorraine
Walker, happened accidenlrally upon a band of no-
The problem arises when Wally is forced +o de-
vise a perlecl' murder, knowing 'rhal' his plan will
be carried ou'r. If if fails, he dies. Bealrice
Hoehne did an excellenf bil of work in her charac-
'lerizalion of Hilda, Ihe hall-wil ol six+y.
" ' ' m!!ze.Y5aak"
Hilda . . . . BEATRICE HOEHNE
Joe . . . ROBERT BURDICK
Slim . . LAVERNE GREMIVIELS
Herman . GENE JOHNSON
Charles . LOUIS ALLYN
Dillon . . BOB ALLYN
Cossaclc . . . LEO HOLTHAUS
Benny . . . . HERBERT HAAS
Wally . . MARTIN BOECKENHEUER
Toby . . . . LORRAINE WALKER
Cap O'RorIce . . HAROLD KAMM
Sergeanf . . GAIL PLUMMER
Police . ...... DALE FOSTER
Assislanr Direclors . HELEN MORGAN
' Q BEATRICE HOEHNE
Sfage Manager . . GENE JOHNSON
Business Manager ..... ED DOLCH
Adyerlising Manager . . . KAY GRACE, Chairman
GEORGE CASWELL, RUSSELL CASTOR
Properly Crew ..... RUBY HALL, Chairman
MARGARET MEYER, BERNEAL ODEKIRK
JEAN STOCKMAN, ESTHER SCHRADER
Makeup ........ THELMA MARTIN
Sfage Crew . . . MAYNARD TAYLOR, Chairman
GEORGIA LOU GRIMES, LEO HOLTHAUS
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"The Summoning of Everyman", presenled on
February 28, marked an experimenf in symbolism
for The Upper Iowa Jrheafer. The play was a Tif-
Ieenlh cen+ury moralify play. The selling was
dramalicaiiy simpleeslark blaclc currains, s+eps and
plahcorm building up To a cenlral poinr.
Medieval coslumes, Golhic in Their lines, garbed
The aclors. Grofesque maslcs, iIIus+ra+ing vices and
virrues, were worn by all of The casl excepl Every-
man. The fine porfrayal of The Vices and Virfues
by The group of sixleen sludenls was impressive.
However, 'ro Those who allended The play, The su-
perb characferizalion of Everyman by Eugene John-
son will nof be Torgollren.
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Messenger . . GEORGE CASWELL
Voice of Gad . MAYNARD TAYLOR
Dealh .... PAUL DELONG
Deceif . MARTIN BOECKENHEUER
Evil . .
Beaufy . .
. HERBERT HAAS
. . MAX ARTHUR
. JEAN STOCKMAN
. GAIL PLUMMER
. . CAROL MOE
. HERBERT HAAS
. ROBERT BURDICK
. . DALE FOSTER
. . DALE FOSTER
. . CAROL MOE
. JEAN STOCKMAN
. ROBERT ALLYN
Assislanl' Direcfor . TI-IELMA MARTIN
Sfage Manager . EUGENE JOHNSON
Sfage Elecfrician MAYNARD TAYLOR
RUTH GANTENBEIN, Chm.
HELEN MORGAN, KATHRYN GRACE
ADELAIDE WELLS, CAROL MOE
MARGARET MEYER, RUBY HALL
LAVERNE GREMMELS, Chm.
Business Manager LORRAINE WALKER
ST Row: MelTon, Heilman, QlmsTed, IVlarTin, W'righT, Frederick, Rhines, Moe, C. Miller. PeTerson, Luce. Belding, Ivlchflinimee. Bru e
Second Row: Kiel, J. SrniTh, Thune, Lund, STockman, Allen, Turner, McGrew, Qlson, Murphy, Heller, B. NorThrop, Halverson, Kishman
Third Row: ClinTon, Haas, H, STevens, D. Jones, H. SmiTh, Crowe, Timm W. STevens, W. Jones,
FourTl1 Row: Mason, Taylor, Rowland, Duke, lXlorThrop, RoperTs, ArThu' Ferguson, Ransom SUIT,
NOT in PicTure: Welch, Hoehne, CasTor, Cass.
The Upper Iowa Singers is a choral group oT
long sTanding aT Upper Iowa. YeT This year iT is
new-in name, in achievemenTs and-direcTor.
ProTessor EvereTT Hendricks has broughT The choir
To new heighTs by sTressing blend and group Teel-
ing, using his own eTTecTive "psychology oT choir
AT ChrisTmas Time, The Singers, aided by The
chorus, verse speaking choir, madrigal singers, and
liTTle symphonic orchesTra, presenTed "The Shepe
herd's ChrisTmas" by lvlorTen J. Luvaas and EvereTT
Hendricks in an impressive and beauTiTul candle!
This spring The group made iTs much worked-Tor
spring Tour. The Singers leTT Friday morning, The
TourTeenTh oT March, and made Their TirsT sTop aT
RockTord, Illinois, ThaT nighT. There They were
enTerTained aT dinner and laTer sang Their TirsT Tour
concerT. ATTer spending The nighT aT privaTe homes
in RockTord They wenT on To Sycamore, home oT
ProTessor Hendricks' parenTs. They were enTer-
Tained by The Hendricks aT a lunch, aTTer which
They sang a shorT concerT.
The Singers' nexT sTop was Chicago. On SaTurA
day nighT They sang Tor and in Turn were enTer-
Tained aT dinner by The Chicago Alumni Club.
"All seT To go," "Skipper
Tracy," "QuiT makin' Tacesf'
"AlerT people, aren'T They?"
"Horne OT chewing gum,"
"JusT a loT ol baggage."
"Looking Tor sorneThing, Herman?"
Hendricks and parenTs," "Nicel"
incoln's Tomb," "ST, Louis caTeTeria."
Sunday proved To be a Tull day, lngleside Church
in The morning, The Towers Club, where The group
sTayed, in The aTTernoon, and The Chicago Sunday
Evening Club aT OrchesTra l-lall in The evening.
This probably was The highlighT oT The enTire week's
Tour. From Chicago The group headed souTh
Through Illinois, sTopping aT Galesburg, DecaTur,
and ST. Louis where They sang concerTs and re-
laxed in The sunshine. All places OT inTeresT in ST.
Louis were visiTed, among Them The ouTdoor muni-
cipal opera sTage.
The lasT concerT oT The Tour was given in Hills-
boro on Wednesday nighT. AlThough There was
liTTle spare Time in which To "run around" The Sing-
ers had a grand Tirne.
lncidenTally, The Singers esTablished an excellenT
repuTaTion Tor Themselves and Upper Iowa.
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NORTI-TROP, ROBERTS,TlTvlTv1, JONES,
PAUL, FERRIS, l-TELLER
ROBINSON, RANSOM, CROWE, PETERSON
CASTOR, THOMPSON, LUCE, T-TOLZER,
DUKE, GIBSON, STEWARD
The regular College band serves in Two Capaci-
Ties, as a concerT band and as a pep band. The
concerT band has regular rehearsals once a weelc
and gives a spring conCerT oT marches, overTures
and lighl operaTiC numbers. The pep band is ac-
Tive during The TooTball, baslceTball and baseball
seasons. This year The laTTer's sTunTs, marching and
drills made iT well-lcnown To neighboring Colleges
as well as Upper lowa. l.asT TaTl The group made
a Trip To Dubuque and perTormed aT The halT oT
The TooTball game beTween Loras and Upper Iowa.
BoTh concerT and pep band are direCTed by
ProT, EvereTT l-lendricks. l-lis unTiring eTTorTs and
new ideas have given College band a new place
in The liTe oT Upper Iowa.
The Upper Iowa UniversiTy symphony orchesTra
is open To all sTudenTs oT musical abiliTy. IT has
been making greaT sTrides This year under ProT.
Molloy's direcTion, wiTh a reperToire consisTing oT
numbers by Haydn, Tschailqowslcy, iVlozarT, STrauss,
Owcfenbach and oTher greaT classical composers.
The orchesTra gives a spring concerT and has
broadCasT several Times during The year. IT also
provides music: Tor plays and commencement
The orchesTra loses several excellenT members
by graduaTion This spring. Miss KaThryn l-leTzel
and Russell CasTor, violinisTs, and Miss Julia SmiTh,
TluTisT, are among The graduaTing Class,
Mr. Molloy, direcTor and a violin soloisT in his
own righT, has also been lcind enough To inTeresT
s+uden+s Trom Oelwein in The orchesTra. Their
regular aTTendance has added maTerially To The
eTTecTivene-ss oT The organizaTion.
HETZEL, R, CASTOR, WOOLDRIDGE,
ALDERSON, MONG-OLD, DUKE, WEST
V. CASTOR, FICKLE, HOLZER
lvl. NORTHROP, ROBERTS, ANDREWS
Cerlainlv nol lo be omilled from The lisl ol mu-
sical organizalions al Upper lowa are lhe brass
guarfelle, slring ensemble and a number ol solo-
isls. These musicians have provided programs lor
high schools and civic organizalions Throughoul
norlheaslern lowa. They are in conslanl demand
lor dinners and club meelings. ln addilion lo be-
ing successful as "field-Trip" organizalions, lhe
groups are unlailing sources of enlerlainmenl lor
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The ideals of The Upper lowa Chrislian Forum
are lriendship, reverence and lrulh. The weekly
meelings lreal vilal issues ol lhe day from a re-
ligious slandpoinlr. lvlelhods used include sludenl
discussion, panel groups, music and well known
and sponsors an all college mixer and lormal re-
ceplrion. This year ir sponsored also a Halloween
The Forums is in charge ol Religious lile week
and is responsible for all addilional religious aclivi-
lies during lhal week.
The Forum aids Treshrwcn in becoming orienled
Firsf row: l
cmviekou sELr T
Forum parlyz "Sassy and Russ," "Fac-
ull'yl?l meelingf' "Allyn goes down."
The Collegian is Upper lowais voice oi siudeni
opinion and a bi-weelcly record of acliviiies. In
addiiion ro giving sludenls iournalisiic experience,
flue Collegian gives an unbiased accouni oi cam-
pus occurrences To Jrlrie sludenl body and friends,
alumni, oilwer colleges and over one liundred filly
Tbe reporiers, members oi ine iournalism class,
vvorlf under ilie slqilliul direciion oi Ediior Tlwelma
Marlin and oi laculiy adviser George Dobry. ln
addilion lo ine members oi ine iournalisrn class,
lnere are several specially wrilers.
Sea+ed: D. Jones, M. Arlliur, H. Mor-
gan, Wallcer, Grernmols, MarTin, Clnum-
Slandingz DeLong, Diedriclw, Balmer,
M. M. Paul, Caswell, Warren Jones.
Ponsar, Norilirop, Burdiclc, Dobry.
Individuals: Grernmels, Dobry, Marlin.
VENITA Cl-l UMBLEY
Assislanr Business Manager
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Dora Lee Belding, Charles Morgan,
LaVerne Gremmels, Bus. Mgr.
Elonad Gofvn, Cnqsl es Lovin
Edward Barnes Ouenfine Wagner
ATT-ll ETTC EDTTOR
Da f- Schf-l 'nellnom
FirsT Row: Caver Pickle Welch Oremnnels Eeloinfz, Oar'-
Second Row: Morcmd Mclean Levin Oosch Qai, Kuelni
Third Row: Ralph Kuehl, Riddle, Sfhermerhorn, Allyn SelT.
Solemn conclaves in seguesTered noolcs-mysTerif
ous happenings behind loclced doors-whispered
proposals OT nebulous ideas. Was a Radical revo-
luTion a-larewin? Nope, guess again. Was a ploT
afTooT To shove College l-lall inTo Main STreeT come
The darlq ol The moon? Nope, youlre geTTing
colder. ll-lopeTullyl Could iT be someone was gof
ing To murder all The proTs? lgadlyl Darn iT, nol
Give up? Ol4ay4'Tvvas The PEACQCK sTaTTl
EidgeTin' an' TreTTin' an' Tlounderin' an' Tixin'-
how much space would Oremmels need7f- how To
chose The BeauTy Oueens?fvvhen have Those pic-
Tures Tal4en7 So They planned and discarded,
sorTed and labeled and Thus worlced ouT a general
scheme oT Things To come. Then They wenT To
vvorlcfhard, unremiTTing, somelimes Thanlcless worlc.
And The 'lgeneral scheme oT Thing To come' has
comefTo This. lWisTTullyl We hope you like iT,
HJohnson announcesf' ULukes lurns lhe
dials," "Music on The air," "Dobry inlere
views Earl Hall al press conference."
Upper lowa's Jrhird year of broadcasls over sia-
lion WOI broughl Eugene Johnson +o Jrhe micro-
phone as announcer and found Irene Alderson and
Prof. A. J. Lul4es al lheir respeclive posls ol: pian-
isl and operalor.
A varied program ol enlerlainmenl included
musical groups llhe Upper Iowa Singers, concerl
band, lhe orchesrra, brass quarielle, siring ensem-
ble, and soloisisl, discussions, inlerviews and Jrallqs.
Reporis of campus aclivilies were given by Upper
lowa's roving radio reporler, Prof. l-lendriclcs. Par-
Jricipanls in broadcasls included guesls from nearby
high schools, Upper Iowa alumni, sludenls and face
ully members. The broadcasls were under lhe
supervision of Jrhe radio commillee, headed by
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Firsf Row: Arlene McMini-
mee, Eloise Turner, JaneTTe
Koebel, Frances Morgan,
Thelma V. MarTin, Mrs.
J. E. Dorman, ChrysTol Mile
Second Row: Evelyn Nie-
man, Geraldine Sewell,
T-lelen Morgan, Norma
Bruner, Eunice Kishman,
Lois Kiel, Doris Briar, Mar-
gareT T-Tall, Lorraine Walk-
er, Thelma M. Marfin.
alpha chi omicron
The Alpha Chi Omicron sororiTy boasTs oT six-
Teen acTive members, wiTh Mrs. John Dorman, wiTe
oT Upper Iowa's long celebraTed coach as club
moTher and Dr. Zilpha E. Chandler, TaculTy advisor.
Founded in I922, The organizaTion is ever sTriv-
ing To TurTher iTs purpose oT promoTing Triendly
companionship among iTs members and all Upper
lowans. The girls were winners oT The annual Home-
coming prize Tor house decoraTions. This year The
A.C.O. acTives abolished The evening oT TradiTional
inTormal iniTiaTion or "hell nighT."
The Alpha Chi Omicron sororiTy enTerTained Their
Tea guesTs aT The Dorman residence. Yellow and
whiTe chrysanThemums declced The candle-liT Tea
Table. MiniaTure Tlower baslceTs and A.C.O. cubes
were given The guesTs.
The A.C.O.-l-l.U.I. "PlanTaTion Swing," opening
The club dance season Took The rushees To a SouTh-
ern mansion where They danced under The sTars on
The planTaTion lawn To The music oT a colored
OTTicers are l-lelen Morgan, pres., Thelma Mar-
Tin, vice-pres., ChrysTol Miller, sec'y-Treas.
Firsf Row: Myrrl Mae
Paul, Carol Carler, Jane?
Olson, Barbara Wrighl,
Second Row: Kalhryn Her-
Zel, Mrs. lrene Alderson,
Dorolhy Burns, Elhyl l-lal-
Third Row: Mary MCG-few,
Ruih Ficlcle, Ernesline Hal-
zer, Mrs. Paul Shafer.
kappa e+a befa
The Kappa Era Bela sororiiy, fhe oldesr on +he
campus, was founded February I8, I9I9 lo creafe
clean wholesome ac+ivi+y and sfimulale well-rounded
The membership is limifed ro Jrwelve. This year
Miss Cafherine Dolch was selecied as club sponsor
and Mrs. Paul Shafer, club molher. The rush lea
was served al fhe Shafer home wiih Mrs. Karl Fox
assisring in rhe pouring. Favors were gold candle
holders and red candles lied wirh a Kappa plaque.
In December +he sororiry collaboraled wi+h The
Rho Sigma Chi irarernily in a Chrislmas rush
dance. The gymnasium was banlced wifh ever-
greens elaborafely lighied, lhe club's insignia being
iearured overhead in everchanging holiday colors.
Snowy brillianls, sleigh bells, and Chrisfmas cheer
ushered Sanra among lhe guesls ro heighlen fes-
The Kappa scarlel signifies love, wisdom and
loyallyy The Kappa gold symbolizes ihe sun, good-
ness of God and failhfulness.
Firsf Row: Geraldine
WrighT, Margaref PeTer-
sen, Elinor Kaye, Julia
SrniTh, MargareT ArThur.
Second Row: DoroThy
Parkinson, Shirley Reardon,
lv1argareT Meyer, R. Ilene
Wooldridge, Lilah Freder-
ick, KaThryn Grace, Mrs.
L. J. Lyons, Marion Davis.
sigma nu sigma
The Sigma Nu Sigma social sororiTy sTrives To
TurTher and uphold The spiriT OT Triendship and co-
operaTion on The Upper Iowa campus.
ln The candle-liT dining room oT Mrs. L. J. Lyons.
club moTher, The Sigma Nu's enTerTained Their
guesTs aT a Tall Tea. The cenTerpiece oT red roses
and silver candles carried ouT The club colors oT
rose and silver. Each guesT received a wrisTband
OT silver wiTh a small pink rose on iT.
The Sigmas and Their guesTs Turned Eskimo in
"The Land oT The Midnighl' Sun" Tor Their annual
rush dance. In an aTmosphere which was cheery
in spiTe oT The seTTing oT icebergs, glaciers, igloos,
and polar bears, The Sigma guesTs danced The
Eskimo Pie Dance, The Penguin T-lunT, The Harpoon
Dance, and The Snowball Dance. Cherry punch
and marshmallow snowballs reTreshed The dancers
during The evening.
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Shanding: RuTh GanTen-
bein, BeaTrice Hoehne.
Seafed: BeaTrice Baclc-
haus, Irma STone, Peggy
WesT, Mrs. D. C. Sperry,
On Floor: Mariellyn Thune,
phi bc-:Ta phi
Phi BeTa Phi was organized in I9I7 as The
VV. S. NV. Club, and was re-organized in I928 as
The Phi BeTa Phi SororiTy.
Phi BeTa Phi sTrives To bring abouT a close Teel-
ing ol Triendliness and comradeship among iTs nnem-
bers. A True sense oT womanliness and Tairplay and
Those gualiTies which make Tor sTrengTh oT charac-
Ter are developed. Through regular club meeTings
and special TuncTions, social Training is promoTed.
OuTsTanding evenTs oT The currenT year were a
Tea in The Tall, To which all Treshmen girls were in-
viTedg The rush dance held in OcTober, and The
Mrs. D. C. Sperry is club paTroness, and Mrs.
John P. Clyde is TaculTy sponsor. OTFicers oT The
club are Berniece Campbell, pres., BeaTrice Hoehne,
vice pres., Peggy WesT, sec'y-Treas., and Irma
RighT To leTT.
FirsT Row: BoniTa Lund,
Jean STockman, Frances
SeaTed: Eleanor Maier,
Mrs, Burdick, KaThryn
Berschman, Virginia Ben-
ner, VioleT CasTor, Dora
Lee Belding, EThel Mar-
STanding: Floy Morgan,
AniTa Peckham, KaThleen
ArmsTrong, Lois Gingrich,
Mrs. Dobry, Mary Elaine
alpha ioTa upsilon
The Alpha IoTa Upsilon sororiTy sTrives Tor The
developmenT OT a well-rounded personaliTy Through
inTormaliTy aT social meeTings and TorrnaliTy aT busi-
ness meeTings. Friendly compeTiTion is enjoyed in
planning social meeTings under The leadership OT
Mrs. Grace Burdick, sponsor and club moTher, and
Mrs. George Dobry, paTroness. To climax The so-
cial season, The winners are enTerTained by The
The Alpha loTa Upsilon rush Tea was served by
candlelighT aT The home oT Mrs. Dickman, wiTh
Mrs. Burdick pouring. Each guesT received a
Tlower aTTached To a miniaTure club placgue and
was Then ushered inTo an aTrnosphere OT yellow
The rush dance was builT around a circus Theme,
wiTh rushees enjoying pink lemonade and animal
crackers. GuesTs deparTed in a shower oT con-
TeTTi. each one bearing an elephanT, zebra, monkey
or Tiger balloon
Firsi' Row: Felzer, Morgan, Frimml, D. Pallerson, Crowe, W. Timm, Aloboll, Gardner, l-lardrnan,
Second Row: Gosch, L. Timm, Ransom, Auer, Ochs, Carler, Caswell, Sillca, Billings, Cooper.
Third Row: Arlhur, Lind, Kiefer, l-lense, Allyn, Pralf, Schermerhorn, Crawford, Schueler,
Fourfh Row: Wimmer, l'-lader, Johnson, l-l. Daily, W. Sieyens, Davis, l-lall, Bray.
alpha della alpha
The presenr Alpha Delia Alpha Club was origie
nally organized as lhe D.C.U.'s. ln l93I lhe D.C.U.
ioined The nalional A.D.A. lralernily, and during
'rhe following four years The Upper Iowa chapler
of Jrhe A.D.A. mainiained irs sranding wirh rhe
narional organiza+ion. ln I934 rhe A.D.A. clubs
had The choice ol merging wirh Jrhe Nalional Alpha
Kappa Pi lrarerniiy or remaining local. The Iowa
chaplers all elecled 'ro remain local and remain so
The aim oi lhe lralernily is lo promole deep and
lasling friendships among ils members. Professor
R. lvl. Deming is The cluos honorary sponsor and
Professor Wayne Spalding is The aclive sponsor.
Joe Brady is presidenlr ol lhe club: Vincenl Craw-
ford, vice-president and Ronald Schueler, secre
1-iff, Ti'C'rifiinw, l-larrnguisl
Cfsslor L. Rfallersran BD'-
Second Row: Rrol. llfend-
rifle W. Jones, Sharp
Leulwyler. Burns, K. Raf-
l lnvson, Salvador.
Firsi Row: Bulson, l. Rrvli
Third Row: Ralph Kuehl
Ray Kuehl. Ponsar, G. Rep-
wils, G. Jones. lvlarsden,
rho sigma chi
The men's social lralernily ol Rho Sigma Chi
was founded on lhe Upper Iowa Campus in l9l7.
The clulo colors are green and while. The llower
is a dark red rose.
The purpose of Rho Sigma Chi-"To creale a
grealer inleresl in all college acliviliesm-has been
carried down lhrough lhe years. ll is lhe aim ol
lhe members lo develop lhemselves more Com-
plelely in lhe social aspecls ol lilie, lo beller lil
lhemselves lor a well rounded and uselul livelihood
and lo form a fellowship lhal will be mainlained
and cherished lhroughoul lile.
Miss Dora Carler is lhe Club molher. Professor
Everell l-lendriclcs lills lhe posilion ol sponsor.
The club officers are: Dale l-lamnguisl, pres.,
Russell Caslor, vice-pres., and Keilh Bulson, seoye
Firsf Row: Lovin, Deann, G. Srnilh, Taylor, William Diamond, Mrs. Diamond, Denny, Wollers,
Second Row: Fosier, Schori, Krurnrey, Clay, Canlclin, K. Glass, Webb, Wagner, Gowanlock.
Third Row: Runyan, Schupbach, Sleward. C. Rirnrner. l-larkins, Larnphier, Elliol.
Fourfh Row: Grernrnels, R, Glass, Henderson, V. Rinnimer, l-lannah, Weber, Miller.
The l-l.U.l. iraiernily, organized in I9l6 as an
alhleiic club seelcs lo combine physical, menlal and
social acliyilies of campus lile. The H.U,l.'s are
proud of Their Trarernily as an organizalion of high
slandards and especially proud ol ils members as
individuals. They are equally proud of lhe lacr
lhal Their club is The Tirsl club on The Campus lo
do away Wilh unnecessary "hazing" of ils incoming
pledges lhroughoul inilialion period.
The Fralrerniiy is headed by lvlr. Augusl Lukas,
lacully sponsor: Jaclc Grant presidonl' and Mr.
and Mrs. Wfilliam Diamond, palron and palroness.
Firsl' Row: Kaihrvn l-lelzel, Myrrl Mae Paul, Dororhy Burns, Eunice Kislnman. Mrs, Cohlnnan,
Virginia Woesie, Kalhryn Grace, Jean Phelps, Margarel Pelerson.
Second Row: Lilah Frederick, Geraldine Wrighl, Rulh Murphy, Mary McGrew, Jane? Olson,
Arlene McMinirnee, Frances Morgan, Dolores Voss, Elinor Kaye.
Third Row: Shirley Reardon, Elaine Clarlc, Evelyn J. Ficlcle, Lois Gingrich, Emelinc Slephens,
Rulh Ficlcle, Beverly Iverson. Dorolhy Parlcinson, Margarel Arlhur,
"Black-l27l' seems lo be The general call. And
why noi? They have "il," or "oomph," or some-
lhing. Soulh l-lallls lhe unofficial cenler ol lhe
exlra-curricular aclivilies where a liberal educaiion
is dispensed ior ihe price of a show and colces.
Or maybe ils campuslry or aslronomy.
'Tis nol like a dormilory al all, laul a home.
Sisler lo sisler you'll iind lhem doing lheir bil.
Why? Molher Coffman is The answer. The girls
lilce il: ii's iun.
Souih Co-op, above.
Firsf Row: Casior, Trennaine, Sharm
Leuiwvier, Dcich. Moore.
Second Row: Mrs. Casior, Paiferson
Riddle, Lovin, T. Roberis.
Third Row: Grernnweis Pease, King,
Hannah, Shoemaker, Eiiioi, G. Roberis,
Violef Casfor, Jones,
Norin Co-op, below.
Firsi' Row: Johnson, Burns, Marsden,
Second Row: Diedrich Ardrews, Ha'nn-
quisi, Bueii, Giass, C. Rirnmer.
Third Row: Buison, Lind. Crawford,
Schernwerhcrn, Kenriision, V. Rinnrner,
Harkins, Schrader, Scnoii.
'Buison cu4s one." "Three oi ihe four
rorsennenf' "Modern nniracie no. iO."
Under ihe manaqenneni of Fred Leuiwyier,
Jimmy Bueli, and Ray Kuehl, Upper lowa's ihree
Cooperafive houses have had anofher successful
year. Of course we musi noi iorgei ihe abie
assisiance oi Mrs. Casior, Mrs. Churnbley and Mrs.
Kappei, Cooks respediveiy for ihe Souih, Cenirai
and Norih houses.
Beiier known as Hoo-ops!! fhese houses serve as
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recrealion cenlers as well as houses for some fhirfy
of Upper Iowa's male populalion. In addilion +o
fhe Jrhirly roomers, lhere are abour +hir+y boarders
who consider fhernselves "co-op 'ers."
These are really cooperalive houses, foo, wilh
every man doing his share of rhe worlc, from sweep-
ing, mopping and firing lo washing dishes and
running errands. The boys like il, Corning back
year afrer year To slay in rheir favori+e co-op.
Firsf Row: V. Churnbley,
Mrs. Churnbley, C l a y,
Wimmer, Fefzer, Ochs,
Second Row: Ray Kuehl,
G. Chumbley, Wagner,
Ralph Kuehl, Daly, Denny,
Ferguson, Abboff, Davis,
Third Row: Grant Gard-
ner, Auer, Morgan, Muck-
"Allyn-fongue in cheek." "Bearded
Propher llPT's pridelf' "Some o' lhe
Upper lowa's Peacocks wound up
The I94O season wiTh a SOQE raTing
-3 wins, 3 losses.
The boys sTarTed ouT sTrong againsT
Penn College, pushing The invaders
around aT will alThough They only
scored Twice. OcTober l2Th The
surprising Buena VisTa Beavers capi-
Talized on breaks and played heads-
up ball To hand The Peacocks Their
TirsT Homecoming deTeaT in many
years. Then in rapid succession,
Dubuque and her sisTer school, Loras,
Trounced The Peacocks. Two weeks
laTer, in The mud and rain, The Upper
Iowa lads Turned loack Two dangerous
LuTher drives and in one lighTning
ThrusT, on a pass Trom Alderson To
WolTers, rushed up a vicTory over
Their Triendly rivals. Thaf alone
would make The season a success. In
The season's Tinal encounTer. The Pea-
cocks downed a hard TighTing WarT-
Buell led The Peacocks Team in
poinTs scored, racking up Tour Touch-
downs Tor 24 poinTs. l-lader was
second wiTh Three Touchdowns, wiTh
WolTers scoring one. Alderson's pass-
ing was responsible Tor Three oT The
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peacocks break even
Oct 5 Upperlowa
Oct I2 Upperlowa
Oci I9 Upperlowa
Oct 26 Upperlowa
Nov. 9 Upperlowa
Nov I5 Upperlowa
Firsi' Row: Alderson, Denny, Kennisfon, L. Pafrerson, Granf, Lind, D. Pafferson, Roberfs Kamrn PraH
Second Row: Smifh, Tremaine, EIIioH', Conklin, Farnum, Brady, BueII, I-Iader, WoII'ers Corkery SiIIca
Coach "Doc" Dorman, Bruce Carfer ImanagerI.
Third Row: Webb, Weber, K. PaHerson, Cooper, I-Iall, Enfz, Johnson.
No+ in Picfure: Krumrey, I-Iarkins, Granger, Shoemaker, Burns, Bray, I-I. Daly, Sharp DeLong Lam
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Coach Wells and lhe Peacoclcs slarled +he l94O-
4I baslcelball season slowly, losing 5 of 7 pre-con-
lerence games. The squad mer some of +he besl
leams in Missouri and lllinois.
When conference play began, however, lhe Up-
per lowans hi+ rheir slride and won 8 oul of I4
games +o rank well in Jrhe upper braclcel ol lhe
lowa conference. Included in The four+een games
were several of lhe lhrillers which malce baslcelball
in+eres+ing: lhe 47 lo 46 viclory over Simpson, 'rhe
50 fo 52 loss lo fhe same leam and lhe 44 ro 38
vic+ory over lhal 'friendly rival, Lulher.
Randall Webb led lhe Team in individual scoring
wilh I39 poinls in conference play, while Caplain
Dale l-lamnguisr played brillianl defensive ball.
Firsl' Row: Bernard Schrader, Dale
Alderson, Dale l-lamnquisl lcapfainl,
Wilbur Kennislon, Merle Sharp.
Second Row: Bruce Carler lman-
agerl, Warren Johnson, l.aVerne Al-
corn, Olan Webb, Gayle Smilh.
Third Row: Randall Webb, Vance
Rimmer, Marshall l-lense, George
Noi' in Picfurex Carroll Rimmer.
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Upper Iowa . I2 - MaryviIIe, Mo. . .
Upper Iowa . . 39 - Cape Girardeau, Mo
Upper Iowa . 38 - Soufnern III. Normal
Upper Iowa . 24 - Springfield Teachers
Upper Iowa . 40 - Drury ....
Upper Iowa . 59 - Carfhage . . .
Upper Iowa . 44 - Iowa Wesleyan
Upper Iowa . 42 - Kirksville . .
Upper Iowa . . 49 - Warlrburg . .
Upper Iowa . 39 - Buena Vis+a .
Upper Iowa . 28 - Lufher .
Upper Iowa . 4I - SI. Ambrose .
Upper Iowa . 28 - Dubuque .
Upper Iowa . . 35 - S+. Ambrose .
Upper Iowa . 57 - War+burg .
Upper Iowa . 47 - Simpson . .
Upper Iowa . 44 - LuI'I1er . .
Upper Iowa . 6I - Wesfern Union .
Upper Iowa . . 57 - Wesfern Union .
Upper Iowa . . 46 - Buena Vis'ra .
Upper Iowa . . 39 - Dubuque .
Upper Iowa . . 50 - Simpson .
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Five successive conference baseball champion-
ships cerlainly conslilulre an enviable record, bu+
Upper lowa's Peacocks sland a beller lhan even
chance lo make il a sixlh lowa loop lille lhis year.
Qnce again, lhe magic louch ol Doc Dorman is
building a "clicking" cornbinalion. Wilh lwelve
lellermen and as many reserves al his call las well
as a hosl ol newcomersl, Doc can draw upon a
Firsf Row: Arfhur, V. Rimmer, Scheuler, Palferson.
weallh of malerial. And lhe renowned Peacock
lighling spiril is going lo mean plenly ol compeli-
lion lor berlhs on lhe firsl squad.
A+ lhe beginning ol The season, George Case
well, Jrhree-year veleran second baseman, and Rus-
sell Caslor, Jrhree-year veleran lirsl baseman, were
chosen coecaplains lor l94l.
Second Row: l-larkins, Lamphier, Casfor, Ray Kuehl, Conklin, Alderson, Morgan, Scholl, C. Daily, Koeneke.
Third Row: Webb, Coach Dorman, Bray, Weber, Ralph Kuehl, L. Timm, l-lense, K. Rimmer, Henderson, l-l. Daily, Burns,
Evans, W. Timm, Manager Carfer, Farnurn.
Noi in Piciure: Buell, Caswell, Barnes, Miller, Schrader, K. Paflerson, Clay, Sfevens, Frirnml, Kennislon, McKirnm.
A large lurnoul lor lracli lhls spring showed a
renewed lnleresl ln lhe sporl, as line spring wealher
helped Jrhe boys off lo a good slarl.
Whlle only four lellernfwen relurned, Grant Wol-
lers, Felzer and Krumrey, lhe new malerlal prorn-
ised slrenglh in lhe weigh? and lleld dlvlsions and
definlle possibllllies in lhe sprlnls and dislance runs.
Aprll 25, 26
Iowa Slale Teachers Relays
Invllalional mee? al Lulher
lowa Conference meel al Loras
Firsf Row: Ellloll, Billings, Ferguson, Prafl,
Second Row: Fosfer, Und, Kiefer, Felzer, Krum-
Sfanding: Paflerson. Wollers, Grant Ochs
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A new syslem of inlramural baslcelball was in-
auguraled This year. Heading The organizalion
were Coach George Wells and a commillee ol
Tour sludenls, one from each class.
This commillee chose The leader and members
for each leam and supervised The games. No var-
sily leam members were allowed lo play in The
The syslem worlcecl well and aller a lolal of
lhirly-lhree games spread over Three monlhs lime,
The l'eam led by Bill Ochs slood in undispuled Tirsl'
place. The winning 'ream is piclured above.
lvluch credilr is due lo lhe Pep Club and
cheer leaders lor The line sludenl spiril
lhalr has been shown al all arhlelic con-
lesls and pep meelings.
The Pep club consisls of lwo represenla-
lives chosen from each class and has
charge of selecling and lrying our cheer
leaders and providing enlerlainrnenl al
alhlelic conlesls. H also has charge ol
lhe candy and chewing gum concessions
al rhe games.
Doris Briar, Eleanor Maier and Jack Win
rerinlc were Jrhe cheer leaders, wilh La
Verne Gremmels holding lhe office oi
presidenl ol The club.
Seafedz Don Sosch, Edward Dolch, Kalliryn Helzel, LaVerne Grremrnels, Wayne
Timm Myrrl Mae Paul, Keilh Granger.
Sfandingz Eleanor Maier, Jack Winferink, Doris Briar.
Abbolt Arlhur, Orient 27, 64, 69, 77
Alcorn, Lavern, Wesl' Union, 27, 72
Alderson, Mrs. Irene, Wayne, Nebr., 22,
Alderson, Dale, Wayne, Nebr., 22, 7I, 72,
Allen, Orpha, Maynard, 27, 30,48
Allyn, Louis, Winfhrop, 27
Allyn, Robert Winlhrop, 23, 28, 55,64
Andrews, James, Cenlral Cily, 27, 68
Armslrong, Kalhleen, Chesler, 27, 63
Darrel, Maynard, IB, 64, 75
Dorolhy, Fayelle, 27
Max, Fayelle, 27, 48, 77
Margaret Hamplon, 26, 30, 52,
INDEX OF STUDENTS
Clay, Robert Rudd, 26, 66, 69, 75
Clinlon, DeWirt Iowa Falls, I8, 48
Clough, Harold Edward, Fayeffe, I9
Coleman, Rollis, Weslgaie
Coleson, Erma Jean, Lamont 27
Conklin, Dale, Hawkeye, 23, 66, 7I, 75
Cooper, Robert Reinbeck, 64, 7I
Corkery, Lowell, Fayelle, 26, 7I
Crabfree, Genevieve, Poslville, 27
Crawford, Vincent Arlingion, I7, 26, 64.
Crowe, Sidney, Wesl' Union, 25, 26, 27,
Auer, Nelson, Wrighl Cily, Mo., 64,69
Baker, Russell, Farley, 22, 54
Barnes, Barbara, Osage
Barnes, Edward, Sfrawberry Point 22, 66,
Barr, Harvard, Fayette, l8, 3I
Bass, Louis, Fayeile
Behrends, Helen, Lakoia
Belding, Dora Lee, Waucoma, 22, 48, 55,
Bellamy, Ralph, Edgewood, 27
Bellis, Robert Randalia, IB, 65
Benner, Virginia, Fredericksburg, 27, 30,
Berg, Frances, Eldora, 22, 63
Berschman, Kaihryn, Lakola, 24, 3l, 63
Billings, Charles, Fayelle, 27, 64, 76
Bockhaus, Bealrice, Cedar Rapids, 62
Boeckenheuer, Marlin, Hawkeye, 24, 26
Bowers, Robert Sirawberry Poinl'
Brady, Joseph, Aurora, I8, 2I, 32, 53, 7I
Brandt Lois, Clermonl
Bray, George, Waukon, 23, 64, 7I, 72, 75
Brewer, Leo, Fayelle, 27
Briar, Doris, Monona, 27, 59, 78
Broclarnan, Allen, Harlan
Bruner, Norma, Sumner, 24, 28, 48, 59
Bryant Kenneih, St Anihony
Buell, James, Cenlerville, I8, 2I, 68, 7I,
Burdick, Robert Fayelle, IB, 28, 54
Burns, Dorolhy, Pillsburgh, Pa., l8, 25,
29, 32, 60, 67
Burns, Joseph, Pillsburgh, Pa., 25, 27, 68,
Burson, Keilh, Hampron, I7, I8, 65, 68
Campbell, Berniece, Fayelle, 24, 26, 62
Carley, Maureen, Fayelie
Carpenier, Mary, Fayelte
Carrer, Carol, Fayeife, I7, 22, 55, 60
Carler, Roberl' Bruce, Fayelle, I8, 30.
32, 64, 7l, 72, 75
Cass, Fosler, Fayelle, I8, 48
Caslor, Russell, Fairbank, I8, 25, 28, 29,
30, 48, 65, 68, 75
Casror, Violelle, Fairbank, 27, 63, 68
Caswell, Allan, Fayeile, 27
Caswell, George, Fayelle, I7, 20, 28, 29,
30, 32, 45, 64, 75
Chumbley, Venila, Fayelie, 25, 26, 3l,
Clark, Elaine, Greene, 27, 67
30, 48, 64
Cummings, Leola, Fairbank, 27
Daily, Carl, Nora Springs, 75
Harald, Nora Springs, 64, 69, 7l,
Davis, George, Wrighl Cify, Mo., 27, 64,
Davis, James, Fayelle, 27
Davis, Marion, Randalia, 22, 29, 6I
DeLong, Paul, Charles Cily, I7, 28, 54,
Denny, Boyd, Garner, 27, 66, 69, 7I
Diedrich, William, Sumner, 26, 54,68
Dolch, Edward, Urbana, Ill., 68, 78
Donahue, Rila, Oelwein, 27
Dow, Verona, Sfrawberry Point 27
Duke, Beryl, Oelwein, 27, 48
Elliolt John, Arlinglon
Elliolt Norman, Des Moines, 27, 66, 68,
Elwood, Reed, Elma, 22
Enlz, Joseph, Walerloo, 64, 7I
Evans, Edward, Dows, 75
Fall, Gerald, Lime Springs, 26
Farnum, Gayle, Sumner, 27, 7I, 75, 77
Ferguson, Donald, Allanlic, 27, 48, 64,
Ferris, John, Marquelle, 26
Russell, Vicfor, 26, 64, 69, 76
Evelyn, Oelwein, 27, 67
Rul'l1, Oelwein, 26, 55, 60, 67
Grace, Kafhryn, Nebbelt I7, I9, 28, 29,
32, 6l, 67
Granger, Keilh, Wesl Union, 27, 7I, 78
Grant John, Independence, I9, 69, 7I,
Gremmels, LaVerne, Oelwein, 22, 25, 28,
30, 32, 54, 55, 66, 68, 78
Grimes, Georgia, Elgin, 24, 26, 3l
Grilzner, Leland, Plainfield, 24, 26
Haas, Herbert Rhodes, 27, 48
Hader, Albert Shellburn, Ind., 22, 64, 7l
Hahn, Virginia, Aurora, 24, 26
Hall, Margaret Pueblo, Colo., 27, 59
Hall, Margarel L., Gullenberg, 27
Hall, Ruby, Fayelfe, 28, 29, 30
Hall, William, Fayelle, 64, 7I
Halverson, Elhel, Wesl Union, 26, 48, 60
Hamnquist Dale, Des Moines, I9, 2l, 30
32, 65, 68, 72
Hannah, Dallas, Hamp+on,26, 66,68
Hansen, Forrest Tironka, 27
Hardman, Joseph, Oelwein, 64
Harkins, Joseph, Crysial Lake, Ill., I7,
22, 66, 68, 7l, 75
Hellman, Eleanor, Fairbank, 27,48
Hein, Wayne, Fairbank, 27, 30
Heller, Frieda, Wesigafe, 27, 30, 48
Henderson, Robert Edgewood, 27, 66,
Hennager, Connie, Maynard, 23
Hense, Marshall, Alburnert 27, 64, 72,
Helzel, Kalhryn, Arlingion, I7, I9, 2l, 29
32, 53, 60, 67, 78
Howhne, Bealrice, Weslgaie, 28, 48, 62
Holm, Phyllis, Chesler, 24, 26, 48
Holmes, David, Des Moines
Hollhaus, Leo, Colesburg
Holzer, Ernesline, Elgin, I9, 30,60
Houg, Ronald, Elgin
Ingels, Ruih, Randalia, 27, 30
Iverson, Beverly, Manly, I9, 29, 30, 67
Jacobia, Lorayne, Poslville, 27
Johnson, Eugene, Fayelle, 23, 28, 45
Fosler, Dale, La Porle Cily, 27, 66
Frederick, Lilah, Arlingfon, I9, 29, 48,
Frey, Warren, Wadena
Frimml, Clement Norway, 23, 64, 75
Frye, Lorraine, Randall, 24. 26
Ganlenbein, Rulh, Maynard, 22, 25, 29,
Gardner, Maxine, Arlinglon, 27
Gardner, Miles, Hazlefon, 27, 64, 69
Gellle, Howard, Garwin, 27
Gibson, Wilma, Aurora, 27
Gingrich, Lois, Tifonka, 24, 26, 63, 67
Glass, Kennelh, Dundee, 26, 66, 68, 76
Glass, Rex, Edgewood, 26, 66
Gleason, Presfon, Edgewood, 27
Gosch, Donald, Charles Ciiy, 22, 30, 55,
Gowanlock, Edward, Oelwein, 66
Johnson, Raymond, Greene, 27. 68
Johnson, Warren, Fayelle, 27, 48, 64, 7l,
Jones Delbert Eagle Grove, 26, 48, 72
Jones, Gerald, Chesfer, 23, 30, 65
Jones Mary, Lime Springs, 3I, 63
, Warren, Lime Springs, 26, 54
, William, Lime Springs, 27, 68
Kamm, Harold, Wesl Union, I9, 7l
Kappmeyer, Rufh, Oelwein, I9, 30, 3I
Kaye, Elinor, Sheboygan, Wis., 24, 26,
Kayser, Neva, Fayelle, 24, 26
Kenislon, Wilbur, Oelwein, 27, 68, 7I,
Kennedy, Richard, Wadena, 27
Kiefer, Lloyd, Sranley, 23, 64, 76
Kiel, Lois, Fayelle, 24, 36, 48, 59
King, Beryl, Hazelfon, 27
King, Earle Jr., Fayeile
King, Roberl, Oelwein, 27, 68
Kishman, Eunice, Farmersburg, 27, 37,
48, 59, 67
Koebel, Jeannelle, Fayelle, 59
Koeneke, Alvin, Colesburg, 27, 75
Krohn, Keilh, Marquelle
Krumrey, LeRoy, Charles Cily, 66, 7l,
Kuehl, Ralph, Elkporl, 23, 30, 55, 65, 69,
Kuehl, Raymond, Elkporl, 23, 25, 30, 3l,
55, 65, 69, 75
Lack, Harold, Orchard
Lacour, James, Charles Cily, 26
Lalley, Cornelius, Adair
Lamphier, Leonard, Volga Cily, 27, 66,
Lava, Helen, Jesup, 27, 30
Leonard, Lloyd, Elkader
Leulwyler, Fred, Renwick, 29, 45, 68
Lewis, Henry, Floyd, 27
Likens, Lyle, Brandon
Lind, Huberl, Denison, 26, 64, 68, 7l, 76
Lillell, Elhelyn, Fayelle, 24
Loban, Roberl, Oelwein, 27
Logan, Virginia, Fayelle, 24
Lovin, Charles, Hamplon, 23, 55, 66, 68
Lund, Bonila, Fayelle, 27, 48, 63
Luse, Audrey, Slrawberry Poinl, 27, 48
Lynch, Leighlon, Fayelle
Mabon, Elwood, Randalia, 23
Mack, Evelyn, Vinlon, 24, 26
Mack, Hazel, Vinlon, 24, 26
Mahoney, Mardell, Randalia
Maier, Eleanor, Alburnell, I7, 27, 63, 78
Marsden, James, Hendrum, Minn., 26,
30, 65, 68
Marlens, Elhel, Conroy, 24, 26, 3l, 63
Marlin, Thelma, Oelwein, I9, 2l, 28, 29,
3l, 32, 54, 59
Marlin, Thelma, Corso, Mo., 27, 48, 59
Mason, Roberl, Plainlield, 27, 48, 77
Maslin, Rulh, Cedar Rapids
McBride, Mary, Pillsburgh, Pa.
McGrew, Mary, Hawkeye, 27, 48, 60, 67
McKim, Berl, Deloil, 7l, 75, 77
McMinimee, Arlene, Denison, 27, 48, 59,
McSweeney, Helen, Weslgale, 27
Melcher, Arden, Monona, 23
Mellon, Ardis, Palo, 26, 48
Meyer, Margarel, Eilzen, Minn., I9, 28,
29, 3l, 54, 6l
Miller, Chryslol, Clermonl, 26, 48, 59
Miller, Jean, Slanley, 27, 30
Miller, Roland, Charles Cily, 23, 66, 75
Miller, Sylvia, Charles Cily, 27
Milchell, Bonnie, Brandon
Milchell, Burlon, Hawkeye, 23, 76
Milchell, Edilh, Hawkeye, 27, 30
Milchell, Warren, Bullalo Cenler, 27
Moe, Carol, Fremonl, Nebr., 20, 48
Mongold, Kennelh, Fayelle, 23, 55
Moore, David, Oelwein, 27, 68
Morl, Beryl, Hawkeye, 27, 60
Morgan, Charles, Slanley, 23, 29, 3I, 55
64, 69, 75
Morgan, Floy, Slanley, 30, 63
Morgan, Frances, Aurora, 24, 26, 27, 59,
Morgan, Helen, Slanley, 20, 21, 28, 29,
32, 39, 53, 54, 59
Muckler, Slanley, Manchesler, 26, 69
Murphy, Rulh, Sumner, 48, 67
Nelzger, Dale, Fayelle, 27
Nelzger, Opal, Fayelle, 24, 26
Nieman, Evelyn, Sumner, 20, 59
Niles, Jacqueline, Wesl Union, 27
Norlhrop, Belly, Wesl Union, 27, 48, 62
Norlhrup, Max, Fairbank, 20, 48, 54
Ochs, William, Garwin, 27, 64, 69, 76, 77
Odekirk, Emma, Randalia, 27
Olmsled, Edna, McGregor, 24, 26, 30,
3 l, 48
Olson, Janel, Clermonl, 27, 48, 60. 67
Parkinson, Dorolhy, Greeley, 27, 6l, 67
Pallerson, Dale, Elgin, 23, 64, 75
Pallerson, Kennelh, Lakola, 27, 65, 7l, 75
Pallerson, Lyle, Lakola, 20, 25, 30, 68, 7l,
Paul, Myrrl, Maynard, 24, 26, 54, 60, 67,
Pease, Hugh, Collax, 68
Peckham, Anila, Caslalia, 24, 26, 63
Pelerson, Margarel, Denison, 26, 48, 6I,
Phelps, Jeanne, Slrawberry Poinl, 24, 26,
Pierce, June, Fayelle, 23, 30, 3I
Pilgrim, Dorolhy, Edgewood, 27
Plummer, Gail, Jesup, 27
Ponsar, Leo, Hazlelon, 26, 29, 54, 65
Polralz, Erwin, Weslgale, 23
Prall, Waller, Wesl Union, 25, 27, 64.
Ouaas, Roy, Alburnell
Ouirk, Lowell, Lawler, 27
Ransom, Warren, Caledonia, Minn., 48,
Reardon, Shirley, Farmersburg, 27, 6l, 67
Rhines, Wanda, Edgewood, 48
Richards, Gerald, Waucoma
Richardson, Ferne, Alpha, 27
Riddle, Clarence, Algona, 55, 68
Rimmer, Carroll, Delhi, 23, 66, 68, 72, 75
Rimmer, Vance, Delhi, 20, 66, 68, 75
Roberls, George, Waucoma, 23, 65, 68.
Roberls, Thornlon, Arlinglon, 20, 48, 68
Robinson, Grace, Earlville, 24, 26
Robinson, Roberl, Hawkeye, 27
Rowland, Basil, Fayelle, 26, 48
Rummel, Rulh, Fayelle, 24, 26, 30
Runyal, Donald, La Porle Cily, 27, 66
Scales, June, Fayelle, 27
Scannell, Richard, Randalia
Schaller, Dorolhy, Randalia, 27
Schermerhorn, Dale, Hazlelon, I7, 23, 55,
Schmidl, Viola, Randalia, 24, 26, 30
Scholl, Roberl, Hawkeye, 26, 68, 75
Schori, Gene, Elgin, 26, 66
Schrader, Bernard, Clermonl, 27, 65, 68,
Schrader, Eslher, Norway, 27
Schueler, Ronald, Alburnell, 20, 64, 75
Schupback, William, Elgin, 26, 66
Schweilerl, Doris, Earlville
Sell, Cameron, Wasl1inglon,23,29,48,
Sensor, Arlhur, Wesl Union
Sewell, Geraldine, Fayelle, 27, 53, 59
Shanks, Nelve, Nora Springs, 27
Sharp, Merle, Manchesler, 27, 68, 7l, 72
Sherren, Thomas, Wesl Union, 23
Shoemaker, Ray, Hamplon, 27, 68, 7l
Silka, Lynn, Hazlelon, 27, 64, 7l
Sloan, Norma, Brandon, 27
Smilh, Gayle, Fayelle, 20, 53, 66, 7l, 72
Smilh, Herman, Hawkeye, 26, 48
Smilh, Julia, Fayelle, 20, 48, 6I
Squires, Olive, Palo, 20
Slephens, Emeline, Oelwein, 26, 27
Slevens, Howard, Plainlield, 26, 48, 75
Slevens, Wilbur, Plainlield, 48, 64
Sleward, Leon, Slrawberry Poinl, 26, 66
Slockman, Jean, Cresco, 27, 48, 63
Swales, Marian, Lamonl, 26, 30
Taylor, Helen, Nora Springs, 20, 27
Taylor, Maynard, Haylield,'28, 30.40, 66
Thompson, Merle, Fayelle, 26
Thompson, Olive, Manchesler
Thune, Mariellyn, Cedar Rapids, 27, 48,
Tillolson, James, Winlhrop, 25, 26
Timm, Loel, Fayelle, 20, 64, 75
Timm, Wayne, Fayelle, 26, 48, 64, 75, 78
Tremaine, Richard, Sumner, 20, 68, 7l
Turner, Eloise, Randalia, 24, 48, 59
Underwood, Charles, Weslgale
Underwood, Rulh, Weslgale, 27
Voss, Dolores, LuVerne, 24, 26, 67
Wagner, John, Fayelle, 27
Wagner, Ouenline, Prolivin, 23, 3l, 55,
Walker, Lorraine, Fayelle, 28, 29, 54, 59
Warner, Fay, Randalia
Webb, Ollen, Nora Springs, 27, 66, 72,
Webb, Mildred, Arlinglon, 27
Webb, Randell, Sullivan, Ind., 68, 7l, 72
Weber, Adolph, Wadena, 27, 66, 7l, 75
Welch, Claude, Fayelle, 23, 29, 32, 45,
Wells, Adelaide, Randalia, 26, 30
Wells, Vivian, Randalia, 24, 26, 30
Wesl, Margarel, Waseca, Minn., 62
Weslendorl, Viola, Oelwein, 27
Weslerdahl, Roberl, Charles Cily
Whilcher, Dale, Hawkeye, 26
Wimmer, Charles, Creslon, 27, 64, 69
Winn, Eileen, Caslalia, 24
Winlerink, John, Charles Cily, 27, 78
Woesle, Virginia, Greeley, 24, 26, 67
Wollers, Norman, Oelwein, 26, 66, 7l, 76
Wooldridge, Roberl, Fayelle, 26
Wooldridge. Rulhe Ilene, Fayelle, 23, 3l,
Wrighl, Barbara, Wesl Union, 25, 27, 35,
Wrighl, Geraldine, Orchard, 6l, 67
Zellmer, Neale, Allanlic, 69
UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY
THE GROWING COLLEGE
PROGRESSIVE HIGH STANDARDS
The college with a Strong faculty and a select student body. ln addi-
tion to courses designed to train youth for earning a living, Upper Iowa
offers a broad cultural traininq. Students enjoy participation in music,
drarnatics, athletics and a tine type of social life.
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"ON THE CORNER"
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All the Time Since Nineteen Nine
M. Hall: "I never let boys kiss me except when the-y"re saying
E. Barnes: "Goodnight, goodnight, goodnight, goodnight-"
FARMERS s. L. sHALEs
SAVINGS K. Butson: "A fel- H. s. SHALES
low insulted me the
other day by offering QQ?
CLERMONT. IOWA me beef,"
Pat: "What did
Member of Federal You do?
Deposit Ins. Corp.
' K. Butson: "Swal-
l d th ' lt."
Accounts Insured Owe 9 msu
Up to 55,000.00
OELWEIN IMPLEMENT COMPANY
McCormick Deering Farm Machinery
and International Motor Trucks
B. Moliim: Did you qi your Wife thot little lecture conomy
you spoke of?
D. Alderson: Yes.
B. Mcliim: Any result?
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C. W. PENNlNGTON, President W. A. HEYER, Cashier
"THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE"
L. Gremmels: Yes, l used to be in politics myself. l was clog
catcher in my town for two years, but finally lost my job.
F. Leutwyler: What Was the matter-change ot mayor?
L. Gremmels: Nope, l finally caught the doa.
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Phone 41 Clermont. Iowa
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GRASSFIELD SHOE STORE
OELWEIN'S QUALITY STORE
For Women . . . For Men . . .
AIR STEPS FLORSHEIMS
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at Son The Air Conditioned
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0 ' Good Food ESTATE OIL AND
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- o ers
Plumbln-q and H- Torrid Heat-Oil
Heatlnq LEWIS EVANS P Burners
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B. Denny: Football
is just a sideline with
H Clothmq and
"Live-Lqy-Pay" l. Koebel: Yes, l Furnishings
notice tl1at's Where M O21 B
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ELGIN. IOWA OELWEIN. IOWA
A Store of Youth THE
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Millinery ' Fayette County
M Block East Hotel +W-
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TO THE CLASS OF 1941!
D. Gosch: That soda clerk is a funny little cuss, isn't he?
N. Wolters: l'll say l'1GlS funny. He even made a banana split the
McINTYRE'S D-X SERVICE W. G. WOODWARD C0., INC.
Washing , "Everything to Wear"
Firestone Tires "We Buy and Sell For Cash,
Batteries That's Why We Sell For Less"
WEST UNION, IOWA OELWEIN. IOWA
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Northeast I owa' s Used Car Market
THE OELWEIN NURSERY CO.
"GROWING IS OUR BUSINESS"
Iowa State College Graduate Landscape Architect at Your Service
1. Aldersoriz Why do you Call your boy irieriol "Pilqrim"?
G. Grimes: Because every time he calls he makes a little progress
West Union. Iowa
DR' Courteou: Service
DENTIST Day and Night
-"" and the
Best of Food
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1941!
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HATHAWAY 61 COLE
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D. Tremaine: Did
you lose your Wife?
R. Castor: I did.
D. Tremaine: It
must be hard to lose
U Wife' Lunches and
To keep a Scotch-
man from getting sea-
sick, tie his hands
and put a quarter be-
tween his teeth.
R. Castor: It's al- IVIIdI1IqI'1I
most impossible. SIIGCIQS .
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May We aaain extend our Greetings to all who read
this paae. Qur interest in Upper lowa has never been
lceener than today, and our Wish is to serve our Col-
leae, our students and our faculty to the best ot our
KARL MIKE BERTHOUEX
Meats, Groceries cmd
GIFTS AND MUSIC
Phone 288 6. 289 Oelwein, Iowa
A man is not drunk until he lies on the around for five minutes and
then puts out his hands to stop himself from tallina.
KNIGHT'S NEW Smith 6. Smith
HARDWARE HCDME CAFE e
Philqas 0 Groceries
Quality THE HoME I-'on and
Hardware Goon Foon Meats
A' Rggizgable Lunches and Meals ,
o FAYETTE. IOWA
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CARLETON W. KNIGHT
FOR SMART DRESSERS
Hyde Park Clothes Bradley Sweaters D- GOSChr AS U
Arrow Shirts Cooper lockey Shorts Sqlggmqnl I C-get only
Freeman Shoes Munsing Hosiery two kinds of Orders
WHEN lN NEED OF NLOTHING COME TO
L E. Barnes: What
SCHATZ 6: SCHATZ Gfelhey?
Head to Foot Clothiers
D. Crosch: Get out
and stay out.
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Kissing is a silly notion-I love it!
Kissing sets the germs in motion-I love it!
When kissed by one adorable
All kisses are restorable,
But kissing is deplorable!-l love itll!!
AVALON THEATRE CONNORS INC.
WEST UN1oN. IOWA OELWEIN' IOWA
IACK FALLOWS, Mgr. .
. Ready-to-Wear and
"Pick of the Pictures" Dry Goods
"Lunches that Satisfy"
RlCl'lE'S PRODUCT IOHNSON CAFE
Home Made Sausages Fountain Service
Oi All Kinds L h
Fancy Dressed Poultry M 1
Phone 13-Rl ea S
oELwE1N. IOWA SUMNER' IOWA
L. Kiefer: l'rn sure l saw a big fish down there under the ice.
E. Evans: Nonsense! lt was just your reflection.
PALACE PANTORIUM GRAFF SHOE STORE
Cleaning and Pressing A LARGE LINE OF
Shoe Repairing DRESS SHOES
WOLVERTINE WORK SHOES
Electro Shine Hat Blocked Shoe, Since 1875
20 lst S.E. PHONE 193 Fine Shoe Repairing
OELWEIN OELWEIN, IOWA
Ray K.: l just saw two cops chasing a man through a drug store.
Frances M.: Did they catch him?
Ray K.: No. He stepped on a set of scales and got a Weigh.
CANDY BOX SUMNER THEATRE
. A. soD1N1. P .
I mp BOB WELLS, Mgr.
Sweets that Suit Where Good People
...Tasty Mealsu See Good Shows
OELWEIN, 1oWA SUMNER' IOWA
WHITFORD'S STANDARD SERVICE
RED CROWN GAS
ATLAS TIRES AND BATTERIES
QUAKER STATE AND STANDARD OILS
Ioe Entz: I-Iow do you get into the theatre for nothing?
Bob Cooper: Nothing? I walk in backwards and the manager
thinks I'rn coming Out.
D. K. a Co. When In Oelwein
g Super Service can At
Fire Chief Gas
THE HOME OF ,, , ,,
Goodrich TOUSLEY S
MARY MUFFEI, IR.
Expert Washing O
' Service with REFRESHMENT
12 E CHARLES Satisfaction AND
QELWEIN EAYETTE, IOWA RECREATION
Weary father Cappearing in parlor doorway at midnightiz My dear sir, I have no
Objection to your coming here and Sitting up half the night with my daughter, nor to
your standing on the doorstep for three hours saying goodnight. But-in consideration
for the rest of the household, who Wish to go to sleepfwill you kindly take your elbow
Ott the doorbell?
FURNITURE STORE FUNERAL HOME
A. I. FOX 6: SON
SPEED QUEEN WASHERS
MAYNARD SAVINGS BANK
GODBEY'S REXALL STORE
COFFEE CUP CAFE
IOHNSON'S IACK SPRAT
WEST UNION, IOWA
DR. H. I. ROBINSON
ELGIN, IOWA FAYETTE, IOWA
MCAT-00N'S BENNETT BROS.
Dry Goods-Groceries Candy Retailers
Phone 100 SUMNER, IOWA OELWEIN' IOWA
Flight Instructor: Did you check all the instruments?
Buell: Yes, sir, and here's the ticket. I left 'ern Over at the railway
station. lt was the nearest check rOOrn l cOuld find.
H. O. MOYEII HUMPHREY M. I. SCHNEIDER
ulnsurance A. FREY, Prop. 0
Counseloru Iunctron I1 and 18 D-X Service
23 West Charles St.
Phone 78 WEST UNION
W 0 O
mtmtiqg Qqgty Mgnmartrm
An education is ot Wonderful thing.
No college should be Without it.
Helen M.: "I wont one of those strong, silent men fuii of grit."
Iim B.: "What you Wont is ct otectf ond dumb ash mon."
BOTTLING WORKS . . . .
U Arr Condrtronrnq
L. I. cmd L. E. HILL, Propnetors
Curbonuled Drinks '
All Kinds Highest Plumbing and Heating
Quality Beverages ,
ORANGE KIST E, H,
"Refresh with Bottled Phone 77
When loe College Goes To Town lt is a
Sure Bet That l-le Will Be Wearing Clothes
The Store for Men
WEST UNION, IOWA
Ralph Kuehl to Beryl
Mori: "l'll give you a gold
ring ii you'll step out with
Georgia Lou: "Cheap-
skate. Tell him you're a
baseball girl and Won't
play Without a big dia-
A Greater lewelry Store, Featuring a Great Stock of
Hamilton - Elgin - Bulova and Westfield Watches
Brilliant Diamond Rings and Diamond Set and Engraved Wedding
Ringsp Complete Stock ot lewelry tor Ladies and Gentlemen
Wallace Sterling--Fostoria-English Spode China
MODERN OPTICAL DEPARTMENT-LOUIS C. RATHBUN, Opt.
Eighteen South Frederick Avenue OELWEIN
Dedicated to Miss Dolch
V A R I E T Y
. "Surely that thing is too
Park and Dine small to be a watch dog." S T O R E
' "Oh, no, the latest
27 N. Frederick Ave.
thing, a Wrist Watch
F AYETTE. IOWA
ENIOY GOOD FOOD AT COMPLIMENTS OF TI-IE
101575 QAFE DENTISTS
' OF OELWEIN
LUNCH-ES DR. CARNAHAN
DR. C. O. OLSON
GOOD FOOD-LONG LIFE
Eat at Joe's and
Edt Thelma Mat- Harder: h
Y reportmq 1S MANUFACTURERS OF bh Hiuch st1rr1n
' 1 ' .
d b tf 1 must Wgte IS
"F S 1 t All
d t orGrgcZrg' Kcxmm: "Why not?"
V R mer: "Whc1t Particular H d : "S bd
t t 1 to you?" People t 1 H th p
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
ONLY POPULAR PRICE CLOTHING STORE
STAR CLOTHING CO.
FAYETTE CAFE - BAKERY
A combination that can't be beat,
The best place in town to stop and eat.
Peggy: "l'm so glad you Won that high jump contest. How did
you do it?"
I. Grant: "l backed into a javelinf'
THEEERER? AT EARL w. Moons Sports wear
H B W 1 ' COSTUIIIS
N . . . Th' S
ETQQSSQETTQT PONTIAC leWe1fY
Than Ever - -
Completely ' Llnqerle
All the Good Food, Sales.-Service Rolllns Hose
Careful Service . . .
PLUS New Comfort!!
CThe Ehtire Store ls Air- '
Congltloted ' - - Shop OELWEIN. IOWA WEST UNION, IowA
ere rn Comfortl
ENTCY A GOGD DANCE HINTZ FUNERAL HOME
Phone 537 309 lst Ave. N. E.
AT THE ,
Furniture and Ruqs
New Legion Auditorium
HEADQUARTERS OF QUALITY IN FAYETTE
SHEAFFER PENS CARA NOME COSMETIC
Full Line of Special Gifts for Special People
WHITMAN'S AND GARROT'S CHOCOLATES FIESTA CHINA
Iohnston's Delicious Ice Cream Served at College Soda Bar
DAVIS REXALL STORE
Ice Harkins: "My qirl gave back my ring."
Chuck Lovin: "You're lucky. Mine got so fat she couldn't get it
off her finger."
CITY SERVICE OIL COMPANY THOMA STANDARD STATION
Phone 38 FAYETTE. IOWA
Make friends of your creditors but don't make creditors
of your friends.
PHONE RED 124 13' For Elavor and
MAE'S CLEANERS QWMY--'
BEAUTY 21 W. Charles Buy Raw or
SHOP Phone 212 Pasteurized
Distinctive Styles DIY Cleanlnq Mllk
and Service Specialists of North From the
MI?EptlClcI.Ikl,.I..sIltIS PMCES Arranged F A Y E T T E
vVlIl'11I'1REV91,IQYO1'1G S D A I R Y
Block East of Hotel Send To Us For More Phone 2221
FAYETTE, IOWA Perfect Cleaning T. B. Tested Herd
, Q Q'ttfQQzf?52i E?SlQHE?2?ElQtfQQ?3t:t?i
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OT? Ol'lSlSqUQI'lCSSll g
Every day We play a game with Annual Staffs.
1 Its "Truth or Consequences."
Claims of Well printed Annuals delivered when you Want
Q them are not enough. lf a printers performance does not
equal claims the staff must take the consequences-in many
1 instances. That is not true at Clio Press. Our many years
J of service to Annual Staffs thruout the Middle- and South
West is convincing proof that you do not have any conse
quences to take when you entrust your Annual printing
and binding to us.
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CITY LAUNDERING COMPANY
"Serving The Community With Cleanliness For 35 Years"
Patrons of a restaurant one day noticed this bold warning as they entered:
"The umbrella in the stand below belongs to the champion heavyweight tighter
of the world. He is coming right back."
Five minutes later the umbrella had disappeared. Below the warning was penciled:
"Umbrella is now in possession of the champion marathon runner ot the world.
He is not coming back."
B Y ALL YO R . . .
12' Be Sure Stay Sure U U
I N S U R E Hardware
THEATRE S . G d
WITH THE POYUHSI 00 S
F, Q d I' Shelf Pcigrilware
lner oun Oil Stoves
Better "Complete Ranges and
Proj ection Insurance Heaters
' ALL Kms 5235235
BILL LEEFERS. M . OELWEIN. IOWA
gf WEST UNION
ln olden days they used to kiss and make up but now
the make up comes first.
IOWA BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.
See Us First For ltlaterials That Last
Lowe Bros. Paints Iohns-Manville Roofing
American Fence Sahara and Cavalier Coal
RAY'S TAXI SERVICE
PAUL'S BARBER SHOP
I. B. HENDERSON
PFEIFFER'S DRUG STORE
LYLE CORBIN, Prop.
H. HEYING REX HOTEL
1VICC0rmiCk-Deering The Modern Hotel With
Implements An Excellent Dining
Sales and Service Room
FAYETTE, IOWA WEST UNION, IOWA
C E N S O R E D
M- F. Compliments of the...
Plumbing and CAP'S WEST UNION
Sheet Metal GASOLINE AGENCIES
Work Represented by...
Coal Sl0ke1'S 15C Gal. E. M. PHILLIPS
N. H. MCMASTERS
L. B. CRAFT
COFFEE DEN CAFE
F AYETTE, IOWA
We Welcome You And Your Friends
WOOLDRIDGE BALLARD STUDIO
BLACKSMITHING Let Us Make Your
Welding and Photographs
Key Making O
FAYETTE, IOWA "We Will Please You"
When a girl is the picture of health, it's just a lot of paint and a
Student: Do they go in very deep for astronomy in this school?
Dr. Welch: Well, the slcy's the limit.
A SOUND PROGRAM
For every member of every family through the promotion of 4-l-I club
work, home project Work, older boys' and girls' Work, improved farm-
ing practices, and increased farm income through organization.
FAYETTE COUNTY FARM BUREAU
HOW 2 CAN
BANKIRS KIFE COMPANY
UNE ll0l.l.All do u TWU DULLAR Job?
ONE dollar performs in TWO Ways: Ill buys you a retirement income
for later life, and C23 pays your family the income if you don't live to
enjoy it yourself.
BANKERS LIFE CO.
DES MOINES, IOWA
District Agent-LLOYD CRAFT WEST UNION
THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS LOCAL 483
Wishes to Thank U. l. U for lts Patronage
During the Past Year
HOWARD KAPPES, President LOUIS MOLLOY. Secretary
A- G- ANDRETS CO- SEWELL'S SERVICE
Clover Farm Store STATION
Groceries-Dry Goods Gas-ods-Tues
FAYETTE, IOWA D0dCJe-P1Ym011th
Want to thank Mr. lohn Tilton and Mr. Norval Tilton of the Leader
Engraving Company for their cooperation in producing engrav-
ings for the l94l PEACOCKS. They have been generous and
unfailing in their assistance in the planning and production of
With gratitude . . .
LAVERNE GREMMELS, Business Manager
CLAUDE WELCH, Editor
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