University of Kansas - Jayhawker Yearbook (Lawrence, KS)

 - Class of 1967

Page 180 of 551

 

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Top row: Julie Lacy, Garnett; Ginger Theimer, Colby; Sonja Carlson, Independence, Mo.; Nancy Mosher, Plainville; Carol A. Anderson, Shawnee Mission; Marietta Mundinger, St. Louis, Mo.; Leslie Burtner, Kansas City; Linda Keeler, Salina; Pat Pruitt, Topeka; Kelleen Stein, Topeka. Fourth row: Linda Carney, Lewis; Diana Bossemeyer, Hutchinson; Cheryl Azamber, Kansas City, Mo.; Mary Jane Rambo, Cedar Vale; Eeva-Liisa Niinioja, Helsinki, Finland; Lynn Laughlin, Englewood, Colo.; Jo Anne Ferrell, Valley Falls; Janet Shambaugh, Paola; Louise Bednar, Topeka; Carol Shapley, Wichita; Martha Kop- per, Wichita. Third row: Janet Bare, Wichita; Ruth Rohrer, Fort Scott; Chestine Kurth, Offerle; Joan Fisher, Prairie Village; Barbara Musgrave, Cof- feyville; Rita Matousek, Cuba; Betty Mattingly, Lindsborg; Jo Ann Houts, Bartlett; Edith Lord, Kingman; Janet Ringer, Hutchinson. Second row: Debby Danielson, St. Paul, Minn.; Marilyn Cathcart, Manhattan; Maria Lin, Hong Kong; Joan Holmes, Leoti; Cindy Delich, Kansas City; Karen Booker, Au- gusta; Carol Fraizer, Oak Park, Ill.; Kathleen Loehr, Wellington; Kathleen Bendowsky, Broken Bow, Neb. Bottom row: Mary Margaret Higley, Law- rence; Lynda Hutchison, Chanute; Jean Tanner, Gypsum; Mrs. Lorraine Mooney, housemother; Mary Ann Miesse, Bonner Springs; Melissa Case, Over- land Park; Judy Worl, Kingfisher, Okla.; Sandy Hunt, Kansas City, Mo. THREE RESIDENTS INFORMALLY COMBINE to decorate the Christ- mas tree before the hall ' s Christmas dinner and formal. Do u thart Hall Established in 1954, Douthart is a co-operative working and living unit in which each girl participates to maintain the upkeep of the house. Honors mark the college careers of Douthart ' s 48 members. The hall is home to a Phi Beta Kappa and members of the professional honoraries of journalism, education, and German. Five recipients of National Science Foundation Grants live in Douthart, as do two Watkins Scholars, a Presidential Scholar, and a National Merit Scholar. Well-traveled Douthart girls in- clude nine veterans of summer language institutes and two who spent their junior years in Germany and France. This year an exchange student from Finland is a Douthart resident. Individual honors have not kept Douthart scho- lars from contributing to the overall activities of KU. The president of SNEA, vice-presidents of IRC and AURH, a member of the Frosh Hawks Standard Board, and the chairman of the AURH Culture and Education Committee all live in the hall. Douthart is the current Women ' s Bowl- ing League Champion, and a resident was selected as a Big Eight All Star Team member. In addition to activities and honors, Douthart residents annually enjoy their barn parties, sandbars, and Christmas dinner and formal. A Mothers ' Weekend and a Parents ' Day also are a part of the social agenda. 172

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