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A.C.E.l. MEMBERS ARE, ROW l, Nannette Oakes, Mary Graham, Linda Tooker, Jeanette Tanaka, Pat Dempsey,
Penny Eyres, Carol Martin, Joan Stong, Janet Mclntyre, ROW 2, James Lauer, Marilyn Skinner, Helen Bryan, Mary
Ida, Lorraine Riegling, JoAnne Thiel, Susan Lass, Christine Rutkowski, Ruth Grostic, Judy Simmons, Ellen Berry, ROW 3,
Pat Guyott, Marge Wortman, Judy Vande Mark, Judy Paul, Carole Gustafson, Joanne Froehlich, Carol Purigraski,
Cynthia Vincent, Pat Kennedy, Dennis Schultz, Sara Perry, ROW 4, Marilyn Wood, lrese Liliensteins, Donna Burt,
JoAnn Noble, Helen Thompson, Betty Mildon, Shirley Grossman, Nancy Bloink, Alice Arning, Donna Trowbridge,
Rosemarie Johnson, Lorraine Best, Sallyio Becker, ROW 5, Nona Moore, Louise Sternburgh, Mary Finkbeiner,
Barbara Wilder, Ruth Davidson, Marlene Galle, Judy Green, Helen Gancarz, Ruth Crane, Sally Urbanski, Mary
Sherwood, Linda Parsons, Jackie Mallette.
ASS0Cial-ion for Cjhildhood Setting children as their primary concern, the Asso-
ciation tor Childhood Education International is
active throughout the year participating in events
Education lntgruatioual which will turther an interest in elementary teaching.
Activities include a tea tor beginning teachers dur-
ing the regional lvl.E.A. conterenceg a cooperative
meeting with the Kalamazoo A.C.E.l.g and manage-
J ment ot a nursery during mid-year graduation exer-
. ' In N f flgffci
cises. Aside trom these many activities, the group
3 manages to tincl time to have a picnic tor the chil-
'ri dren ot the South Westnedge l-lome.
ROW 2, Carol Purigraski, corresponding secretary, Carole Gustafson,
treasurer, Miss Lois Robinson, Miss Nancy Thomas, Mrs. Ruth Bosma,
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS are: ROW l, Pat Kennedy, vice-presi-
dent, Judy Paul, recording secretary, Connie Cummings, publications,
sponsors, Joanne Froehlich, president, Cynthia Vincent, publicity.
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Western Honorary Accounting Society
One of lhe newesr organizarions in The school ol
business is lhe Wesrern l-lonorary Accounling So-
ciely. The main obieclive is ro oblain membership
inro Bela Alpha Psi, narional accounring lrarerniry.
The group lunclions ro prornore all acliviries of The
accounring profession. Many ol lheir aclivilies in-
clude field rrips and speakers al rhe meerings.
Presidenl ol lhe organizarion, new lo rhis campus
in l958. has been Michael Derryg wirh Jim Swayne,
vice-presidenri Mr. Roberl Behling, lacully vice-
presidenh Dick Nielsen, recording secreraryg Tom
Olmsred, corresponding secrelaryg and Larry Wil-
liams, rreasurer. Sponsors have been lvlr. Roberr
Behling and lvlr. Roberr Wernighr.
FUTURE ACCOUNTANTS ARE: ROW l, Patricia McLaughlin, Richard Nielsen, Robert
Behling, Michael Derry, James Swayne, Thomas Olmsted, Larry Williams, Mary
Arherly, ROW 2, .lack Nofesfine, Arvin Davis, Donald Blaine, Janet lnglehart, Paul
Hendricks, Norman Barney, John Vandenberg, Ronald Sharpe, ROW 3, William Peet,
Dean Mohney, Richard Thomas, Edward Schalm, Franklin Posluma, LeRoy Repischak,
Robert Biek, Harry Kraiewski.
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Epsilon Pi Tau
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION LEADERS are: ROW l, John Druger, Dr. Charles Risher,
Merritt Walter, Vernon Cramer, Richard Murphy, Jack Fox, David Delano, Dr. Don
Nantz, Elmars Kalnarups, ROW 2, Edward West, Garth Gillet, William Witherspoon,
Robert Mason, Mr. L. J. Brink, Charles Stankey, Richard Wedel, Jim Smalley, Raymond
Kennedy, Robert Moon, ROW 3, William Martin, Fred Brisky, Gayle Teerman, David
Wilkins, Brian Mooney, Dan Ward, Bill Fifer, Arvon Byle, Bernie Oom, Francis
The oldest organization on Western's campus, the
Country Lite Club, has been active since l9O-4.
Activities consist ot group speakers and panel dis-
cussions concerning the tield ot rural education.
Serving as president this year has been Jane Black-
burn: vice-president, lvlarie Southardg secretary,
l-lope Young: and treasurer, Joyce Zimmer. Spon-
sors have been Dr. William McKinley Robinson and
Dr. James Ansel.
A naticnal honorary society tor students in lndus-
trial Vocational Education, Epsilon Pi Tau, cele-
brated its tenth anniversary on Western's campus
this year. The organization strives to promote
the three-told purpose ot scholarship, skill, and
research in the tields ot industrial arts and voca-
Otticers tor the year have been Richard Murphy,
president: Jack Fox, vice-president: Dave Delano,
secretary: Merritt Walter, treasurer. Dr. Charles
Risher and Dr. Don Nantz have served as sponsors.
RURAL EDUCATION STUDENTS are: ROW l, Doris Radtke, Joyce Zimmer, Hope
Young, Jane Blackburn, Marie Southard, Sharon Holsinger, Elizabeth VanGennep,
ROW 2, Dr. William Robinson, Mrs. Madaline Ver Hoge, Judy Callaway, Ruth Schnurr,
Norma Willand, Dorothy Schoening, Lorraine Chamberlain, Mary Gillette, Dr. James
Ansel, ROW 3, Karen Carlson, Joan Aalbregtse, Jack Alexander, Ken Burns, Marylou
Ordway, Caroline Kuhn, Vernette Sherman.
Country Life Club
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