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An honorary organization for students in the lield
ot education, Kappa Delta Pi selects its members
from the junior and senior classes on the basis ol
scholastics, personal attributes and leadership quali-
ties. Active on Western's campus lor over thirty
years, Kappa Delta Pi states as its purposes the
encouraging ot high professional, intellectual and
personal standards among its members: and the
appu la recognizing ot outstanding contributions to educa-
tion, as well as to promote a closer bond among
students ot education.
Karen Meisel, president, has been assisted this
year by Edwin Page, vice-presidentg Aileen Hama-
moto, secretaryg and Cheryl Belding, treasurer.
Sponsoring the group have been lvlr. Harvey Over-
ton and Dr, Dorothy lvlcCusl4ey.
KAPPA DELTA Pl members include: ROW l, Charlotte Gable, Ruth Johanson, Karen
Wilkins, Mr. Harvey Overton, Karen Meisel, Edwin Page, Aileen Hamamoto, Pat
Ossenheimer, ROW 2, Glenna Mclauchlin, Phyllis Hawks, Judy Thompson, Richard
Kline, Nancy Nagle, Cheryl Belding, Ruth Waldenmaier, ROW 3, Deann Oswald,
Rusty Belote, Sandra Fyfe, Patricia Hay, Mona Napier, Norma Luobikis, Alta Rich-
mond, Lyn Frowine.
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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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Remaining active throughout the year are the girls
ot Phi Epsilon. These girls, all physical education
majors or minors, have a varied program ot educa-
tional and recreational benefit tor the entire year.
Professional spealcers, Christmas caroling, spring
house parties and a Minstrel show are all included
Phi Plpsilon on the year's program. Co-educational activities are
also included, lor these girls participate in recrea-
tional volleyball with the Men's Physical Education
Phi Epsilon otlicers lor the past year have included
Gail Mitchell, president: Katie Kimmet, vice-presi-
dent, Jane Dunham, secretary: and Kay lvlcAnellan,
treasurer. lvliss Anita ledtord has served as the
WOMEN PHYSICAL EDUCATION students are: ROW l, Kay Kiplinger, JoAnn Kuehl, Jane Krieger,
Marilyn Kreza, Marie Knapp, Betsy Mitchell, Jill Turley, Mary Meyer, Elizabeth McAuly, Karen
Wesdorp, Kay Ouinten, Phyllis Bell, ROW 2: Bonnie Campbell, Jean Soderman, Sue Pearson, Judy
Moore, Greta Soderman, Judy Simmons, Mary M:Queen, Gwen Burwell, Susan Stinson, Suellen
Walsworthg ROW 3, Marcia Yaw, Sandy Ballinger, Pat Waite, Jayne Dunham, Katie Kimmet, Miss
Anita Tedford, Gail Mitchell, Liz Yenchar, Judy Wise, Bonnie Parr, Nancy Rickert, ROW 4, Sharon
Briclgman, Adair Simonds, Norma Luobikis, Susan Barrett, Barb Hyde, Jan Gittord, Julie Speiser,
Julie Zehnder, Sharon Underwood, Sara MacCre:1dy, Sharon Miller, Sandy Fonger.
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