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The foremost reason for attending college i$ to further ones education. Realizing 
this, the 1961 MC KENDREAN staff has chosen scholarship as the theme for this book. 

One faculty member in particular exemplifies this theme and the academic spirit 
in general. We of the staff fed ir only fitting that her long and meritorious service to 
McKendree College and to education be recognized. 

Thus, it is with the utmost pleasure and deepest humility that the 1961 MO 
KENDREAN is proudly dedicated to DR. MILDRED SILVER. 



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Dr. iflax |J. Allen 



came to McKendree College m [une of I960 and v»>n won 

the admiration or e v ei y O O C with whom he CUM into 
comaa by virtue- of his ambition, diplomacy, resourceful- 
ness, and courage m the Cue of advene conditions 

Dr. Allen was educated ai In.iian.i State Teacfaen 
College an. I rec ei ved a I'h I) in history from Indiana 
I'mvcrsity He came to McKendree from Northern 
Michigan ( ollege where he displayed considerable talent 
in the position of DireCtOI of Instruction tor four years, 
before accepting the presidency of McKendree College 

It is hoped that McKendree s twenty seventh president 
will have a long and successful tenure, and tlut under his 
Icadctthip the I i s year old institution of learning will re 
gain the stature she once held in the academic world 



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N. NORMAN GRANDY 
Dean 




RAYMOND DANIEL 
Business Manager 




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KATHERINE 

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Office Manager 



KATHERINE DANIEL 
Librarian 




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Left to Right: Mr. Glenn Freiner, Mr. George Tuerck, Mr. Orville Srhanz, Mr. Kent Werner. 
Miss Zada Dickson. 





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MR. GLENN IRIINFR. MM. 




MR KrNT \XTR\TR. MM 



MR GBORGI nTRfK 



JBttibtott of 
^languages and ^literature 




Lett to Right: Dr. John McOin, Mrs. Ellicc Simmonds, Dr. Mildred Silver, Mrs. Mary E. Wil- 
liams. 





DR JOHN W Ml i UN, IR. PhD 
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DR MI1.DRFD SILVER. PhD 
English 





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Left to Right: Mr. John Godwin, Mr. Edward Sakurai, Mr. Fred Fleming, and Dr. Lester Wicks. 





MR FRED FLEMING, M S 

Biolog) 



MR JOHN GODWIN, M A 
Ph-, IKS 





DR LESTER Wl K.S. Ph D 



MR ED* ARD SAKU&AI. M S 




^Btirtston of 
octal Studies 




Left to Right: Mr. John Godwin, Dr. Roland Rice, Mr. Eldon Dittemore, Mr. Robert Brown, 

Dr. Otha Clark, Mrs. Jennie (.ux, Miss Phyllis Nies. 




MR ROlll RT BROWN, M \ 
Sociology 



DK OTHA CLARK, PhD 




DR RONALD RICE. PhD 
Rthgion 




MR BLOON DITTI Mori \i s 

Batmen EJa&alioa 



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*Bftriston of 
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Left to Right: Mr. John Godwin, Dr. Roland Rice, Mr Eldon Dittemore, Mr. Robert Brown, 
Dr. Otha Clark, Mrs. Jennie Cox, Miss Phyllis Nies. 




MR ROBFRT BROWN, M \ 
Sociology 






DR <M HA CLARK 
Htiiott 



DR RONALD RICE. PhD 
Riligion 




MR BLDON mm Mori M 5 

Rmuntst EJmc*l$on 



MR R ( SAYR] M \ 





MRS. JENNIE COX, M.S. 
Business Education 



MR. DALE CRUSE, M.S. 
Physical Education 





MR JAMES OLDFIELD, M.Ed 
Psychology and Director of Athletic 



MISS PHYLLIS NIES 
Physical Education 



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Joseph AuMrll 




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Education 






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I >rpha Ree.ier 


PtycbologJ 




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Clyde Smith 


Psychology j>,J Mjih 




Sociology 


Marino Garcia 




Dinah I. Tanner 


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Wilma Hargii 




Felix William 


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Frhel Hornet 




Daniel M.«.rc 


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Lawrence Honcfa 

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f.LASS OFFICERS: Milt Hart, Vice-President; Pal Wells, Secretary-Treasurer; Cecil Rabourn, 



It ANITA M ANDERS 
Brighton, 111. 

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Business Ed 





CARL L BEHRI"\s 
Bunker Hill, 111. 

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Min • I onomia 




DENNIS R. BUTTS 
Collinsville, 111. 

Major: Business Ed. 
Minor: History and Soc. 



ROBERT H. CAMPBELL 
Wood River, 111. 

Major: History 
Minor: Speech 




MONK A S < \RTi:R 
Fillmore, III 

M.;- '. Education 
Mm ' English 





I II I LAN R ( OII1IR 

Oakdalc. Ill 

'■' . • Si ciologjl 
Hm ' |V. cboiogy 




SUSANNE EARLY 
Alhambra, 111. 

Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Business Ed. 



SOPHIA M. GONZALEZ 
Madison, 111. 

Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Spanish 




NAOMI K H m i 
Eldorado, 111 

\l." - Physical Ed 
Vfin ' Histor) 





M AK IH \ I HARRIS 

Pinkaraff, 111 

M ;• ' Socul Stud 1 '•'• isional 




MILTON L. HART 
Lebanon, 111. 

Major: Speech 
Minor: Religion 



SARA D. HART 
Lebanon, 111. 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Psychology and History 




FRF.D 1 Hill l\l 
Marshall. Ill 

w .■ - Social Stu lie* Di\ imhu.iI 
Minor. Journalism 





MI IV IN \\\( KV IOROIN 
Ixbanon. Ill 

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ARLINE M. KELLER 
O'Fallon, 111. 

Major: English 
Minor: Biology 



CHARLES KORUNKA JR. 
Mr. Olive 111. 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Music 




I Ml I. MA KAY UND1 R 

Suns. Ill 

\i..' - Bio 

Mj(h 




SALLY T. LUNDEEN 
Edwardsvillc. Ill 
Mjjor; Sociology 
Mm r Psychology 




DIXIE MAUCK 
Trenton, 111. 

Major: Education 
Minor: History 



JAMES R. MEYER 
New Athens, 111. 

Major: Math. 
Minor: English 




HETTY J MORTON 
Centralis, III. 
U; • Bducmcioa 

Miri'ir. BuSiacn 1 >1 





(.I.ORC-I I I'l \( I 
Evergr e en P.irk. Ill 

\f..- ' History 
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CECIL R. RABOURN 

Carrier Mills, 111. 

Major: Education 
Minor: Sociology 



WILLIAM V. ROBERTS 
Argenta, III. 

Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Biology 




I n\\ ARD SAD! IR 

Mulbcrr\ 

n Divisional 





GARY ( SCHELLER 
Mi Olive, III 

\f .• • s - ■ : ■.'. v - ' 1 >i\ isional 




VELEDA R. SCHRUPP 
Belleville, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: German 



CLARENCE LEDELL TRAVIS 
Johnston City, III. 

Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Speech 




PATRK I A A WELLS 

K 111 

u." - Education 





Kl NNETH H WHITTAKER 

Like. Ill 

Speech 
\|;'.' • Psychology 




BOBBY O. ZIEGLER 
Marine, 111. 

Major: Voice 
Minor: Piano 




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KiM G ARRAS 
M.irv\ illt . Illinois 

ROBLR'I II Ml I AVERY 
Belleville, Illinois 

[AMES W Bl l\l 
New Baden, Illinois 

II RKII.YN DARTY 
is, Missouri 

I 1 Ml R HARGIS 
I ebanoo, Illinois 

MARVIN [ONES 
East St Louis. Illinois 

Hill PARKER 
( arlyle, Illinois 



BARBARA ROm\s<>\ 

5l Louis. Illinois 

DAVID ROGERS 

Illinois 

W II I I AM SAND1 RS 
Trenton. Illinois 

TOMMY m RJVN1 R 

W.iyiu ( ity, Illinois 
Dl Wis si \|()\ 
Belleville, Illinois 

FREDRK K STOKES 
East St Louis, Illinois 

II \\l I II W ALTHES 
Freeburg, Illinois 



HAROl D WELCH 
( entralia, Illinois 



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ROBERT CAMPBELL A.B. 

Would not this book be incomplete without a capable Editor-in-Chief? Bob, 
editor of the 1961 McKendrean, certainly has displayed his leadership abilities, as this 
book graphically illustrates. 

Bob spent three years at McKendree, transferring from Millikin University. While 
at McK he was active in many campus activities, especially dramatics. He served as 
President of AJpha Psi Omega for two years, was an officer in Stage Crafters, and parti- 
cipated in several plays that were presented by the Dramatics Department. 

A History major, he was President of his Junior class, and during his senior year 
was Secretary-General of the Public Affairs Forum. He also served on the Religious 
Life and Student Faculty Councils for two years. 

The social, friendly, honest man, 
Whate'er he he, 

'Tis he fulfills great nature's plan, 
And none hut he. 



Robert Burns 




SARA DAK H HART AH 

A Spctxh m.i|or who plans '" teach aftt-r graduation, ^.ir.i has been active in many 
activities at McKendree Her devoted interest in <lr.un.iiKs is displayed through her 
h.iril work m Stage Craften .m>l Alpha I'si Omega, Nxh drama organisations m which 
she hxs served .is .in officer, and her participation in many college dramatic productions 

In her junJOf voir she was student dircctOf of .1 pl.iv entitled ( hnst In I 

■ ' a member of Sigma T.iu Delta and ( lio, and h.is \s Es ellcnt 

ratings at the Bradley University Speech Tournament 

During her fixir years on campus, we often viu her working in the main office or 
at registration — the means of paying for her eollcge education 

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FRED HELEINE A.B. 

Originally from Marshall, Illinois, Fred has spent all four of his college years at 
McKendrec. Certainly a very diligent worker, he has been an active member of Philo, 
having held several offices in that organization. He has also been active in M.S.M., 
Kappa Chi, and his senior year was Vice-Chairman of the Religious Life Council. 

A Social Studies major, Fred is quite interested in Journalism and served as Editor- 
in-Chief of the McKendrec Review for three semesters. Fred is a serious, quiet, depend- 
able, and sincere person. These attributes serve only to enhance his personality. 

The find test e>l a leader is that he leaves behind 
him in other men the conviction and the will to carry 
on . . . The Genius of a good leader is to leave behind 
him a ul»ation which common sense, without the f;race 
nj iiaiius. can deal tilth successfully. 



Walter Lippmann 




KAY I l\hl R SS 

Kay c.imi to McKendrec as a freshman in 1 <|S ~ She quickly became inrci 
in campus life and t<»>k an active part in it She could often N found in the Science 
Hall working as ■ lab assistant oi working on a project of her >>wn in either the Biology 
nr Chemistry Department Tins would indicate her major field, which is Science 

Slu «.as in active member of Sigma Zeta, serving as President her senkM 
During her junior year slu w.is assistant editor <>f the McKendrean Hei leadership 
ability was aptlv displayed her senior year, when slu v- 
The crowning tcnuh came when slu- servo) as Special M.u.i .it the I960 Hnmcvoming 

activities 

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ROBERT ZEIGLER A.B. 

Anyone for a beautiful song? Hearing Bob's splendid baritone voice is the answer 
to anyone's quest for the perfect song. His many musical activities at McKendree for 
the past four years include the McKendree Choir, the Chapel Choir, and the Men's 
Quartet. In addition, he has sung at the St. Louis Municipal Opera for the past two 
summers, and has appeared in several operas on campus. 

From this impressive list of musical accomplishments, one would expect Bob's 
major to be music — which it is. His activities are not limited to the musical however, 
as he has been an active member of Plato, Stage Crafters, and Alpha Psi Omega. 

Music resembles poetry; 
In each are nameless graces 

Which no methods teach. 
And which a master-hand 

Alone can reach. 

Alexander Pope 




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Classes 










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Nineteen ^txtw-iom 




CLASS OFFICERS: Linda Seay, Secretary-Treasurer; Sam Hippie, President; Valera Case, Vice- 
President. 



BOYD i AkilK 
Fillmore, llliooil 



MI1K\ ( VS1 
loppa, Illinois 





r AKI f AK II K 
Robinson. Illinois 



I) VVID < I.AKK 
Martinvillr. Illinois 



BILLY < (>AI\n 

( cntrjlu. Illinois 



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RONALD COLEMAN 
Woodriver, Illinois 



PATSY CREED 
O'Fallon. Illinois 



PAUL DEVOR 
Kell, Illinois 



KENNETH HARMS 
Lebanon, Illinois 





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SAM HIPPLE 
Mascoutah, Illinois 



ORVAL KIMMLE 
O'Fallon, Illinois 



Ri)C,l k K\<<\ 
Mt Vernon, lllinwn 



MAk'l h IKKRllM 
Belleville. Mil 





Ml IAIN lls< HER 
\r\» Athcn\. Minim 



CAROL LOYET 

Lebanon. Illinois 



IHK) M( < ORKII 
Ijiunvillc. Illinois 



RAYMOND MA 1 ! 
Whvillc. Illinoit 






SANDY OZMENT 
Lebanon, Illinois 



PHYLLIS NIES 
Trenton, Illinois 



JAMES PATTERSON 
DuQuoin, Illinois 



CHARLES RANN 
Carrier Mills, Illinois 






BILL RUSHING 
Lebanon, Illinois 



LINDA SEAY 
Rockford, Illinois 



I \( K THARP 

Illinois 



DELORES I II ni maw 

Belleville. Dlinoii 






ANNE UTBB 
Ewinj;. Illinois 



JACKIE XX'ILBERT 

Belleville. Illinois 



FLOYD WILLIAMS 

Ridfrwiy. Illinois 



CLETA RAHr 
Lebanon. Illinois 




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l*lt to Rixhl: MIKE WOOLCOTT, Treasurer; RAYDEAN DAVIS, Vice-President; VIRGINIA 
DUDE, Secretary; JACK COOK, President. 



MM HARROW 
Belleville. Dliooii 



BARREN BARTY 
Wm PrmnkfotT, Illinois 






BILL BLYTHr 
Nbrril C ity, Minim 



MILDRIO HM KEMEYEP 
Carlylc, niinoil 



MARY Bl ( KALOO 
Lebanon. Illinon 



|ACK COOK 

In l i wpolH , In.lunj 






ALONA CAVINS 
O'Fallon, Illinois 



DELORES CORRIE 
Claremont, Illinois 



JAN DELANEY 
Flora, Illinois 



CLYDE DORRIES 
Breese, Illinois 




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DARRELL FRANKLIN 
Louisville, Illinois 



VIRGINIA DUDE 
O'Fallon, Illinois 



II KKV HARRISON 

I i. ( it>, niiaoii 



MARK Mil I 
Orkad Park, lllinou 





ORVAL HARRIS 

Bast V lj«iii, lllinnn 



Dl wis GRANING1 B 

hid Pari. Illin.m 



BOB JOHNSON 

M.i:i--n. Illinim 



loll. HI!! YARD 
\'*<hvillc. lllinou 



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PATSY KITTINGER 
Carmi, Illinois 



SYLVIA KORTE 
Lebanon, Illinois 



BOB KUBACH 

Summit, New Jersey 



BEN LENTZ 
Coulterville, Illinois 





CARL MAINER 
Stonefort, Illinois 



JIM MALINA 
New Bailen, Illinois 



IOELLEN MINTON 

Aruba. NefbefUndl Anrilln 



( IIAKI! S M \"l 
Nashville, lllinon 





( HARMS I'ARRIOTT 
Liwrtnuvillc lliinon 



Hill OPPEB 

lllinon 



VGN1 5 ROBINSON 

Kinc, Illinois 



RALPH PHUJ II 1' 
• HU1, Illm.MS 






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JOHN SCHIEPPE 

Summit, New Jersey 



ALLEN SCHOMAKER 

New Baden, Illinois 



HAROLD SHAFFER 
Lawrenceville, Illinois 



SKIP SCHWERDTFEGER 
Lombard, Illinois 




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GARY SPICER 

Sims, Illinois 



JOYCE SPENCER 
Amboy, Illinois 



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1IKKY WORMS 
Nr» AthctU, Illinon 



MIKI WOOL 
H-irnvhurc. Illinois 



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Nineteen j^txtg-^lfour 




CLASS OFFICERS: Larry Hake, Vice-President; Phyllis Ozment, Secretary-Treasurer; Mike Haller, 
President. 



SUE ADAMS 

Edsurdsvillr, Illinois 



SHERMAN BIRRY 

Alton. Illinois 




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DEAN BLACK [URN 

FurfirM. Illinois 



RICHARD BRINK 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



JOHN BROVN 
Robinson, Illinois 



TTRRY BfRK 
Lebanon. Illinois 




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JACK CAREY 

East St. Louis, Illinois 



PATRICIA CARSON 
Decatut, Illinois 



LEE COSTELLIA 

Mound City, Illinois 



THERESA DAWE 
Marion, Illinois 





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JOE DAWSON 
Maplewood, Illinois 



BETTY DEWERFF 

Mount Olive, Illinois 



IONATHAN DUNN 
Palestine 



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Shawncctown, Uliaoii 



IIRRY ERWIN 
Broughton, Illim.r 



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Illinois 



hfVJRIV IIRt.l -*i>\ 
KaniAi ( jiv. Missouri 




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JACK CAREY 

East St. Louis, Illinois 



PATRICIA CARSON 
Decatur, Illinois 



LEE COSTELLIA 
Mound City, Illinois 



THERESA DAWE 
Marion, Illinois 





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JOE DAWSON 
Maplewood, Illinois 



BETTY DEWERFF 

Mount Olive, Illinois 



il \\ DUNN 

Pdlnfllir 



LYN1 I'll IhlRHARIVI 

lohnnoo < ity. Illinoii 





Bl N ELLIS 
Shawncctown, lllmrm 



I! KRV ERWIN 
Broughion, Minor 



Illinois 



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Kjr.iji ( icy, Mnvmri 






LARRY HAKE 
St. Louis, Missouri 



MIKE HALLER 
Rockfbrd, Illinois 



SKIP HASKELL 
Ambridge, Pennsylvania 



ERROL HAUHE 
East Alton, Illinois 






TOM LANGE 
Freeburg, Illinois 



MARTHA HAYES 
Sparta, Illinois 



UK' I I Ml '.I II 
Whcifixi, llliium 



IX)KIn MAYES 

Vmi Ait Force I*j«-. 1 i 1 1 n. ut 





l«>h Mil 11 K 
Nuhville, Illinois 



DAVID N0TTR0T1 

A.ljicvillr. Illintns 



Dl( K OGDEN 
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SANDRA PETERSON 
Manhattan, Illinois 



JIM PITTS 
Collinsville, Illinois 



CHARLES POCHECK 
Caseyville, Illinois 



DAVE RAWLINGS 
Lebanon, Illinois 






BILL REED 

West Frankfort, Illinois 



CHICK1E ROSENHAUER 

St. Louis, Missouri 



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drjnitc ( iry. Illinon 



|OHN IHOMAS 
lllinoti 





DAWN WAND 
Rock Hill, Missour 



JIM WILKERSON 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



JIM WILLIAMSON 
Nashville, Illinois 



JOHN WOLF 
Lebanon, Illinois 




j§>pectal 
Students 



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Long Island, Nen ^*> -ri. 






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Ljhjiv Illinois 



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Lctunt'ir. 



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Dennis Billh.irtz 
Allen Clendenin 
Leonard Clendenin 
Ramona Cornish 
William Culton 
James Marsh 



Jonathan Nelson 
Robert Palmieri 
Benjamin Rezba 
James Roach 
Ronald Shirk 
Kaylor Stevenson 



Franklin Wells 



SOPHOMORES 



Guy Dauphin 
Raydean Davis 
Ward Garrison 
James Havel 
Warren Huffman 
Howard Kenny 



Bonnie McBride 
Doris Nicholson 
James Raber 
Charles Rezba 
Ronald Shaver 
Rudy Wildman 



JUNIORS 



David Behrens 
Ronald Bodtke 
Delbert Bushong 
Nathaniel Clay 
Donald Collier 
Donald Cress 
John Franklin 
Melvin Gambill 
Warren Ittner 
Raymond Jones 
lone Kolm 



Roy Legendre 
Helen Leggett 
Robert Leyda 
Barbara Matory 
Irene Molitor 
Myron Mugele 
Tom Raber 
Dave Reinhardt 
Phillip Snider 
Dan Walker 
Willie Williams 



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Front. Left to Right: Martha Harris, Naomi Hall, Patsy Kittinger, Judy Coleman. Back: Juanita 
Anders, Mildred Beckemeyer, Sharon White. 



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Alpha Omega has the distinction of being the 
newest society on campus, with its charter dated 
November, 1954. The society of college women has 
as its purpose the establishment of a perpetual bond 
of friendship among its members and the develop- 
ment of the moral, social, cultural, and intellectual 
life of the college campus. It takes part in several 
all-campus social activities and sponsors others. 



OFFICERS: Martha Ha; 
Kittinger, Naomi Hall. 



Juanita Anders, Patsy 




Rj ■ -. I'.i Creed, Ami, w ■ - I i Ellet Mincra «j. 

Alnnj (asin\. Virginia Du.lc. San.lv Ouncni, |oyce Spencer, (jr.; ' K.nr 




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( lii> is .in organization >>( college wo- 
men that w.is tirst chartered in May of 1881. 
Its members attempt to acquire and cultivate 
tm>r.il. social, an.l literary refinement! .is 
»c-II as promote a lasting friendship among 
the members Tbey also promote instru- 
mental anil vocal music, debate, and the ac- 
quisirion of general knowledge They sp<«n 
vir many of the all<ampus social activities 



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Front, Left to Right: Ray May, Orval Harris, Charles Korunka, Fred Heleine, Darrel Franklin. 
Second Rou: Raydean Davis, Carl Manier, Theo McCorkle, Harold Shaffer. Back: Ed. Sadler, 
John Franklin, Carl Carter, Roger Knox. 



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The Philosophian Literary Society, better known 
as Philo, has the honor of being the oldest society on 
the McKendree campus, being chartered in January 
of 1837. Its members have as their ideals the pro- 
motion of intellectual culture, a sense of mutual co- 
operation of members and brotherhood one with an- 
other, and the sponsoring of various social activities. 
They also perform service functions for the school. 



OFFICERS: Orval Harris, Charles 
Korunka, Ray May. Carl Manier, Theo 
McCorkle, Roger Knox. 




■ ■ •w.<: Charles Rami, fcul Dcvor, Carl Behrent, Gem 

Patter*. n Stcond Ro* Bob lohtuoo, Mil '-lark Hill, Dennii Graninaer, K"h /nulrr 

Hj.i Bill orix-f. lien Lena, Hill Blvthe, loe 0.i»*.n 




flato 



The purpose i>f Plato, men's social organization 
on campus, is tn promote fraternal brotlurh<«»l and 
at the same time instill .1 spirit of loyalty to school 
anil nation The organization, founded in April of 
lsi'», sponsors several all-campus *«.i.il activities 
itself ami joins with tin- other societies in sponsoring 
|umt vm.il pr< >|tt. rs They .ils.. sponsor service pro 
• r the school 



(>l IK I Ks Mil W ■ -■ H--b |.4.n 
*>n. Bill <>j>pcr. C.n.rKC Prtuc 





Front. Left to Right- Ken Whittaker, Anne Webb, Joyce Spencer, Bob Campbell. Back: Bob 
Zeigler, Mary Ellen Williams, Orville Schanz, Roper Knox. 



^lplja fist ©mega 




Alpha Psi Omega is a National Honorary Dra- 
matics Fraternity which has as its purpose the de- 
velopment of dramatic talent and the furtherance of 
the art of acting. Membership requirements compel 
a student to earn a certain number of points through 
both acting on stage and helping backstage in a 
college production. The organization sponsors an 
all campus social activity each year. Mrs. Mary El- 
len Williams and Mr. Orville Schanz are advisers. 



OFFICERS: Anne Webb, Cast Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; Bob Campbell, Cast 
Director; Joyce Spencer, Cast Stage 
Manage! . 




'</; to Right Mn Mar) Ellen Williams, Dr lohn McCain, Monica Cartel Sari Dan 
Walker, Di W N Grand? 



^t ^Kappa *BeIta 



Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary speech 
anil forensics fraternity thai lias as us purp 
furthering of inter-collegiate speech activities li 
s|>Kis<irN students each year at the Bradley ^jxnii 
Toumameni and other Speech and Debate Contests 
in the aria Membership is gained In appearing in 
a Certain number of inter-collegiate 11 musts and is 

highly prized 



< 'f I K I Ks M , . i tin 





Front, Left to Right: Dr. Mildred Silver, Phyllis Nies, Monica Carter, Sandy Ozment, lone Kolm, 
Dr. John McCain. Second Rote: Dr. Max Allen, Agnes Robinson, Sylvia Korte, Bob Johnson, 
Anne Webb, Joyce Spencer. Back Ron: Mr. Robert Brown, Helen Leggett, Kay Linder, Virginia 
Dude, Mr. Emenal Owen, Joel Hillyard. 




tgma Hau Jblta 




Sigma Tau Delta is an organization of people 
who arc interested in the promotion of a superior 
form of written expression. Mc Kendree is repre- 
sented by the Iota Chapter of the National Honorary 
English Society. Sigma Tau, as it is known on cam- 
pus, strives to encourage worthwhile reading habits 
among its members and fosters an interest in 
English. 



OFFICERS — Sandy Ozment, Secretary; 
lone Kolm, President; Phyllis Nies, 
Treasurer; Monica Carter, Vice-Presi- 
dent. 




. ■: i K,.>: ( harles Kotunka, I i - K ■■. I < I 

BUri BUI Rushing, Miki Woolcott, Sam Hipi ief, Orvil Harm 




tgma Zeia 



Ben < hapter of Sigma Zera, National Honorary 
Sunn- Fraternity, was charrered in 1926 and is the 
oldest existing chapter ol the organization M< 
Kendree is pnniil t<> K- thus represented nationally 
• purpose is to encourage .1 knowledge "I the 
natural sciences and to recognize tin attainment of 
high scholarship among its members It sponsors 
monthly speakers m the science field and field mps 
at regular intervals Prol Fleming is ad- 

viser 



<>n 11 ik 



IRS Nam Mi;, lj 

■say Lind < luilrt By 





Front, Left to Right: Bill Opper, Bob Campbell, Anne Webb, Robert Brown. Second Ron.- George 
Pence, Jim Barrow, Gary Scheller, Mike Haller. Back: Velera Case, Bill Blythe, Roger Knox, 
Irene Molitor. 



•JJuMit JVffatrs Jforum 




The Public Affairs Forum is a group of stu- 
dents and faculty members who are interested in 
current world affairs, both national and international. 
Their prime purpose for existing is to become better 
informed themselves and to bring about a better 
informed campus concerning world issues. Outside 
guests and also students within the group give the 
programs. The high point of this year was the 
sponsoring of an International Film Series for the 
campus community. Mr. Robert Brown is the faculty 
adviser. 



OFFICF.RS: Anne Webb, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Bill Opper, Program Chair- 
man; Bob Campbell, Secretary General. 




Ff .;.- /,■; i Right Bob Campbell, Sara Han. R,.ncr K11..V. lv% Pirxuson, Anne NX'' 1 

.Spourr StCOaJ Ron I'juI IVs.t. Howard Ken IVirv IVirl. Man BudaloO, 

Mn Mary Fllcn Williams B« i Beit) DeWerff, Dawn Wand, Ijm. i.ra\. Sue Adams, Martha 

HaVCS 




tage (ttrafters 



The McKeodree Stage ' rafters is .1 drama organ- 
isation made up of all people who have an interest in 

dramatics The m.un purpose of the Organization is 

to promote p**l drama on tin- campus and to give 
students an opportunity ro le.irn the essentials of 
effective drama They .ismm ilu Dramatia Depart- 
ment in the presentation and production of outstand- 
ing plavs each vear Mrs M.m I lien Williams is 
the group adviser 



OF1 ii l ks i^~. Finjmson, Skt**i 

■ Jrnl 





Front. Left to Right: Roy Legendre, Sue Gassmann, Mary Ellen Williams, Jan Delaney. Fred 
Heleine. Back: Dan Walker, Joyce Spencer, Bob Sagan, Dawn Wand, Sylvia Korte, Joel Hillyard. 



ffit^mdrtt ^eiriefa 




The McKendree Review is prepared, edited, and 
published by the staff pictured above. The paper 
comes out every two weeks and is a four page edi- 
tion so they have quite a job to do. The interesting 
thing about the 1960 staff is that they receive no 
credit scholastically for their work. In the past the 
paper has been prepared by the journalism classes 
but this year is completely on a voluntary basis. Mrs. 
Mary Ellen Williams is adviser. 



Editor-in-Chief Fred Heleine and Ad- 
viser Mary Ellen Williams check over a 
past issue of the Review. 




Promt, !,■: : Right Charles Korunka, K.>i:cr kn,,x. Bob S HuA. Rob Campbell, 

Orville Schani lU,i pjt ( reed, Linda Sen. Su, IjrU Vnn< Webb, Sylvia k,.rt, 



4fHc^Kendrean 



TTx po»ple pictured above are responsible tor 
>hi\ S«>k. s<> if there are any complaints w them 
Tins industrious ii»>king group "t students have 
ukm complete charge "I preparing and editing this 
'■! Kendrean and have worked quite diligently 
to meet the deadlines 'I his yearbook is the largest 
ever attempted at McKendrec and has presented 
quite a challenge to these people Mr Orville Schani 
is the faculty a<h ivr 



Vdvilef, an.l |i,.h 
(jimphr'l. r,lit'>r in ( h ■ 

■ • 





Front, Left to Right: Carl Behrens, Kay Under, Anne Webb, Bob Campbell. Back: Robert Brown, 
Kent Werner, Carl Carter, Fred Fleming. 




tmbttt-Jfatultg (ttomttU 




The Student-Faculty Council is the governing 
body of McKendree College concerning student body 
activities. It is composed of a representation from 
both the students and the faculty. It is the job of 
the Council to plan the activities and affairs of the 
entire campus community and to integrate them 
within the policies of the College as a whole. Their 
biggest job is that of planning Homecoming. 



OFFICERS. Anne Webb, Treasurer; 
Carl Carter, Secretary; Kay Linder, 
President. 




Ralph Phillippe, There** l>j«r. lu.H Cole 

DcTOT, Roger Kn<ix. Cecil Kahnum. ( .irl (iiM. IV. .h ( jmprxll 






^Religious Jkiit (Eomttil 



The Religious Life Council is an organization 
made up of re pr esentatives from every organization 
iki campus They meet once ■ month ti> ili*uv> and 
formulate religious policy and procedure for the stu- 
dent b«»!v The) .issiv m the selection of < hapd 
speakers an<l determine the program of religious 
ai.tivitit.-s for the year I>r Roland Rice, Direcrot of 
Religious Activities, is the- adviser 



i >ll K I Rs Ralph PhillipfM 
ted llclrinc. 





From, Left to Right: Betty DeWerff, Delores Corrie, Floyd William-,, Darrcll Franklin, Ralph 
Phillippe, Carl Carter, Fred Heleine, Bucky Jordan. Row Two: Pauline Jordan, Theresa Dawe, 
Bob Johnson, Sandy Ozment, Marlene Campbell, Bob Campbell, Raydean Davis. Row Three: 
John Dunn, Dean Blackburn, John Brown, Harold Shaffer, Charles Parriott, Lynette Eberhart. 
Row Four: Sharon White, Betty Morton, Patsy Kittinger, Judy Coleman, Mary Buckaloo, Pat 
Carson, Phyllis Ozment. Row Fire: Mary Frances Leckrone, Theo McCorkle, Glen Snyder, Lou 
Kittle, Cecil Rabourn. 



flL&.fil. 




The Methodist Student Movement, or as it i.s 
known on campus, M.S.M., is another of the Mc- 
Kendree organizations of a religious nature. It too 
i.s a national group, with representations on various 
college campuses throughout the country. Its nature 
is such that it provides a weekly worship service for 
students of all denominational backgrounds here on 
the campus. 



OFFICERS — Bucky Jordan, President: 
Carl Carter, Vice-President: Delores 
Corrie, Secretary: Theresa Dawe, Treas- 
urer. 




Naomi HjII. Theresa Dawc. Mrs I-iin Gray, Rcrtv I 

EUci |udi < otanan, Martha Harris, Sharon White, Deiorei i"»ir. Lynette I berbari 



».jML 




The Sus.inn.i Wesley Service Guild has .is us 
purpose die cstablishmeni <>t ■ channel within the 
local (.hurih through which college women may 
partn.ip.itc m the program of the Women's Socierj 
of < hnstian Service Through tins organization col- 
men may take part in a program of spinm.il 
enrichment. Christian fellowship, and the develop- 
ment <>f a world ( hnstian community M 
Gray is adviser to the group 



oil II IRs N'a,.m. Hall, ft 
. hrrrva I>J»- 





Front. Left to Right: Fred Heleine, Betty Morton, Bob Rahe, Ralph Phillippe, Judy Coleman, 
Betty DeWerff. Back: Dr. Roland Rice, Dean Blackburn, Harold Shaffer, John Brown, Carl 
Carter, Charlci Parriott. 



^appa (ttljt 




Kappa Chi is an organization for all of chose 
people who intend to go into the field of full time 
Christian service upon graduation from McKendree. 
It is affiliated with the national organization in its 
program. The members meet monthly in the Little 
Chapel and have a variety of programs that are both 
interesting and educational. Their aim is to promote 
a better understanding and practice of everyday 
Christianity. Dr. Rice is the adviser. 



OFFICERS — Ralph Phillippe, Presi- 
dent: Bob Rahe, Vice President: Judy 
Coleman, Secretary Treasurer. 




* 4- * * 



Ramona i ornish, lud) < oleman, Patij 
Kittinjicr, Anne Webb, Pal < arson, Sylvia Korte, < hukir 
Rotenhaucr, Sand) Onneni Ron Two Valera Ca 

Mar] Francw Leckrone, Iv % Firguson, Betty Morton, 
Gaatman Dawn Wand A' lEIIen Minion, 



Phyllis Oiment, Jim Patteraon, Bob A 

( harla Rann, Mildred Bec k cmcyer, Sharon NX » 

Ionian, Paul Devor, Inn Williamson, |ohn Duni 

Worms. H.iwar.l K. rV Qtarlo Korunkl 



^Hc^ (%tr 



The students pictured .tb<>\i- are the very tal - 
i-ntcvl members ol tin- McKendree < boil The < li< >i r 
is widely known throughout this area .mil its fame 
has hcirx.il the cause >>t McKendree appreciably 
The Annual ( hrismus ( bond ( oncen never hub 
ti> draw .1 capacity crowd, regardless <>l the weather 
The Choir .ils«> has performed fot the personnel at 
Scott Air Force Base and >i various churches in 
this area 



Profeam lilrnn Frcinrr. 1 

• rvlrrr ( «>llrt;r < boil 





Abate: CHAPEL CHOIR — Bev Firguson, Mary Frances Leckrone, Phylis Ozment, Virginia Dude, 
Betty Morton. Second Row: Bob Zei.eler, Charles Rann, Floyd Williams, Jim Patterson, Bucky 
Jordan, Paul Devor. Below: QUARTET — Charles Rann, Charles Korunka, Bucky Jordan, Jim 
Patterson, Accompanist Sue Gassmann. 

penal ^Btusk 






LIBRARIANS — Lift to Right Martha Harris. Phyllis <>/m<-m. ThetCM 1>jss<. Un Dclancy 



iiih 



turanatts 



Sandy (>7mctir is .>nc t>t the many srudcnrs who Vclcra ( asc brosss<-s through the current mi- 

study in the library u;mo wiirni 



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MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL — Front, Left to Right: Irvin Braden, Jot- 
Boner, Jerry McQueen. Back: Albert Fohne, Leo Schulte, Hugh Campbell, Dan Hohrein, Jerry 
Irvin, Lynn Roden. 



Personnel 




KITCHEN PERSONNEL — Millie Canty, Ivy 
Votrain. 



(©rgatttHattonal 



JVcttirittes 



Illicit;' i'r rrjll\ ofginilCll here 







The Fini- Am Festival party ti«»l »j> line but thi COfnpUl) mv tirribk 




Ifearbotfk |Jatnms 



Dr. & Mrs. Max P. Allen 

Orville Schanz 

George E. Pence 

Anne Webb 

D.i\ e Reinhardc 

Roger Knox 

James Malina 

L. A. Butts 

Arline Keller 

Sylvia Korte 

Bonnie McBride 

Patricia Wells Stanisli 

Helen Leggett 

Alona Cavins 

Ralph E. Phillippe 

]an DeLaney 

Denny Symer 

T. L. McCorkle 

Patsy Creed 

Harold Shaffer 

Sam Hippie 

Agnes Robinson 

Carl Carter 

Darrell Armistead 

Warren Ittner 

loin Raber 

Terry Worms 

Jim Raber 

Dwight Jones 

Orval Kimmle 

Charles Parriotl 



Major & Mrs. Scott Williams 

Kent Werner 

Charles May 

Mike Woolcott 

Edward Sadler 

David J. Babb 

David E. Behrens 

Phyllis Nies 

Clyde Domes 

Betty Jane Morton 

Robert R. Leyda 

Joyce Spencer 

Raymond May 

Leslie Avery 

Charles Rami 

Dennis Sexton 

John Schieppe 

Delores Corrie 

Leonard Clendenin 

David Nottrott 

Jim Wilkerson 

Larry Brumley 

Jim Patterson 

Carter Clendenin 

Chick ie Rosenhauer 

Eva Clark 

John Wolf 

Susie Adams 

Pat Carson 

Tom Arras 

Dawn Wand 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Campbell 

Mr. & Mrs. Boyd Carter 

Robert H. Brown 

Larry P. Hoolihan 

Lynette Eberhart 

Bill Crawley 

Bob Zeigler 

Gene Coleman 

Bill Reed 

Ronald Shirk 

Larry Hake 

Joseph Dawson 

Glen Snyder 

Lee Roy Costellia 

Bob Miller 

Jack Carey 

George Haskell 

Brent Richardson 

Louie Warren 

Dean Blackburn 

Sue Gassmann 

Sandra J. Peterson 

Beverly Firguson 

Jim Williamson 

Joel A. Berner 

Bill Opper 

Jim Havel 

Jackie M. Wilbret 

Raydean Davis 

Tommy Scrivner 

Rene Patterson 



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(En: (T h a r I i r (fiox 
ifrnni: Jflc&mdrran ^taff 
l\t: (Thank HI mi ! 



( harlie, we don i know exactly how co vi> this lii face, wt don'i even know 

uh.it ti> s.i\ When you resigned your position as Director "I Public K« l.n i "f 

McKendree < oilege on January 15, 1961, we were shocked and sorry to hear the 
news The immediate thought each ol us had was, Whai about tin ycarb 
Whether you realize ii or not, you were just about the most important cog in the 
machinery ol our yearbook You took .ill our pictures, developed them, and then 
printed them exactly the size we asked, in order thai we might vim- .i substantial 
sum in picture enlargements and reductions Hut suddenly you w 
What would we do? 

In our excitement we had forgotten — for the momeni what .1 wonderful 
friend and co-worker you .iri Even after you had acccpred .1 better position 
elsewhere, you took many hours ol your leisure time to do our work becau 
didn't want to let us down And you didn't! Thus, uh.u small meas ■ 
this yearbook may enjoy can be attributed, to .1 large extent, to you and 
your diligent work 

Not only do we of the 1961 suit, but every st.itt since you came in 1958, 
owes you .1 debt ol gratitude tor your beauriful and artistic photography thai has made 
our yearbooks so much more enjoyable The extra hours yoo put in on evenings 
.uul weekends certainly paid ofl — tor us ai leasi 

S we want to say thanks < harlie — thanks and s<. much more f< 
outstanding contribution to McKendree The pictures and yearbooks from tl 
1958 to 1961 attest to the fact that we need to say III VNKS! 

1961 McKcndrcan Stafl 
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Top Above: Geor.ee Lareau, Mary Wille, and Anne Webb 
portray a scene from the sprint; dramatics production, "The 
Glass Menagerie." Bottom Above: Joyce Spencer and Don 
Boan in another scene from the play, which was directed 
by Mrs. Mary Ellen Williams. 



The St. Louis Civic Ballet supplied the 
Fine Arts Festival with artistic dancing. 




<Ari* 
I960 




I lie lludcnd inmmtof in 

tin Division • •! Pint Arts. pte\rnte>i mini eitiibit* <•( 
their vmrk ji the Fine Arts ItmiwI 




An 
dup 
I it the Fine Art* Festival 



jMag ($vtttn 60 




Above: Alma Kleinaitis was chosen I960 May Queen by her class- 
mates and was crowned at the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. Below: 
Maid-of-Honor Joyce Hudson, Queen Alma, and Maid-of-Honor 
Mary Lee Zabel looked radiant at their 



ironation. 




(Graduation 




mcnicmcnt . 
B ■ Mel 

IVan W. N. Gl 



president's ^Reception 







problems and l^erspecttiies 
for tl]£ 'BO's 




Ltft to Rifh Mr Irving Dilliard, Judge lamo Monroe, I>< Mm P Allen, Pr Donald Taylor. 
Mr Allen Dixihi 



McKeodree was N>th plc.isol and honored to 
have on its rampwi i.ist fall five outstanding public 
figures who took p.in in ■ twelve week Monday 
evening lecture series, PROBLEMS MOD PER 
SPB IIVl.s iok mi 

Mr Roben Brown. Division ol ^o.il Studies 
faculty member, w.ls moderator for the p.incl which 
consisted oi Dr Donald Taylor, Professor d Sod 

hern Illinois University; IV M 
Allen, President of McKendree CoUege; Mr Allan 
Dixon, lllm.'is State Re pr e sentat ive; Mr James O 
Monroe |r. Illinois Circuit Judge; and Mr Irving 
Dilliard, former editor of the Si Louis post Dispatch 
■ I Section 

The speakers •.ommcnicd on the topic in vie* of 
their re sp ec ti ve professions and answered questions 

from the audience each session 



Mr Ri.t- 




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Patter's 



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Clark ^all 




FASHION Mit>\\ Mom In Phyllij Nics, |o I lien Minno, MaitlM 
llarri«. Virgioia Dude, Nu<- AJarm 



Jfasfyton 





Last fall the prlv from < lark Hall 
dormitory presented a Fashion 
Show. Mv Fair Lady, to raise money 
for the Homecoming activities 
Seven] "f the dormitory k: |r ' s •'"'' 
■ few ladies from Lebanon modeled 
fashions from Lemer's in Fk-llcvillc. 
Children's dothes fri>m Kiddie 
Komes in CoUinsvtUe were al%<> 
displayed Everyone connected 
with the show felt thai it »as ■ suc- 
cess anJ that it ihouki become an 
annual affair 




1960 Ptfmmmthtg 




(Dimn ^flartlja lo ^Harris 

was crowned by Mr. Carl Carter, who represented the Student Body of McKendree College. 



JfHattte of ^Honor 




Above FrrchrrMn Mud Sue Adamt, and lit-r CM^rt Mike \X'...U..ir. Sophomore Maid Virginia 

Du.le 2nd her cv>rt l>ave ( lark. Senioc Maid Kay I indrr an. I her <-n.>n Brrni Rnhir.lv. n 

Btlnu: Senior Maid Pit WclU and her ev.i>rt IV.b Sunish. Rc-iinn* Queen Vidci \\ .. . 
and her eK'>rt Carl (jnrr. |unu>r Maid Phyllis Nirs and her r*...rt Bill Ptrtfrr 




pjhtter piontbrlanrl 




(Christmas Concert 




GUjattcel *@rama 




A religious drama, "For He Had Great Possessions," was produced by the McrCendree Stage- 
crafters this year. It was a touring play and was presented in several of the churches of Southern 
Illinois on Sunday evenings throughout the winter. Mrs. Mary Ellen Williams was the director. 
Those in the first picture are Joyce Spencer, Jack Cook, Bob Sagan, and Sara Harr. In the second, 
Joyce Spencer and Lenny Snellman. In the third, JoEllen Minton, Sue Adams, and Sara Hart. 





pectal Programs 





j I Iniversitj < hi *i . 
in connection with the Masi< DrjMfimrni 



Maim Ehraod M Wsgnei ipokc in an usembls 
concerninj the United Slates' deterrent powers 



Major Irving II BreuUuei sJJmsetl in 

on the topic, lar^ci Ifarc I..| ( , mmunum 



IC9 < luh sfxitiKift-.l i doll 

festival tor indents, family, .unl friends of ihi- 





Athletics 





prmg 




TENNIS 

The 1960 version of the McKendree Bear- 
cat tennis team, though hampered by inex- 
perience and a lack of returning lettermen, 
nonetheless displayed considerable talent 
with the racket and a strong determina- 
tion of spirit. Although they won no 
matches in I960, hopes are bright for the 
future with one sophomore, one junior and 
one senior returning as lettermen. 



Left to Right: Mike Woolcott, Ladell Travis, Sam Hippie. 



Left to Right: Bill Roberts, Bob Johnson, Carl Behrens. 



GOLF 

The I960 golf team was the first one to 
represent the Bearcats on the golf links of 
the Conference. They too, like the tennis 
team, lacked players experienced in competi- 
tion, but fared remarkably well with this 
disadvantage. Three of the five lettermen 
will again be on the course in 1961 and it 
is anticipated that it will be a successful year 
for them and for McKendree. 





ports 






Denny Si Kubacb, (jrl Maniei fiWi Warren h- 

(>r\ul Kimmlc, R.ninir Kirk. Max Allen, lim Mnnlccn, Coach l>> 



. '.ic Crose 




BASI BA1 I 

"I In- I'" 
expert run: . 
up iIk- winning » 
tradition at '■' • 
overall 
■ 
in none 

I ■ ■ 

Kcndrcx h.is »,.(: 
crown .in.! bi 



1950 ^mttat ^ttvttti 



WE 


OPPONENT 


THEY 


WE 


OPPONENT 


THEY 


3 


Illinois State Normal 


2 


9 


Rose Poly Institute- 


5 


2 


Illinois State Normal 


8 


4 


Rose Poly Institute 


5 


1 


Washington University 


10 


15 


Harris Teachers College 


4 


10 


St. Louis Concordia 


6 


10 


Centralia Junior College 


9 


26 


Harris Teachers College 


4 


4 


Illinois College 


8 


12 


Springfield Concordia 


4 


9 


Greenville College 


6 


? 


Illinois State Normal 


4 


10 


Principia College 


2 


2 


Illinois State Normal 


4 


5 


Springfield Concordia 


3 


72, 


Centralia Junior College 


7 


9 


MacMurray College 


3 


16 


Principia College 


6 


10 


MacMurray College 





16 


Greenville College 


2 


7 


Southeast Missouri State 


4 








5 


Illinois College 


1 



The image of authority. 




(SttfHlndual ^Records 



KK OKI) 




PLAYER 






i 


Most Doubles 


7 




Most Triples 


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'. 


Home Runs 


■ 




Most Runs Scored 


^ 


Kx Schulrc 


Mom Runs Batted In 






Stolen Bases 


11 


Dcnri) 


5w rifices 




Or\.iI Kimmle 


Ummn 


il 


()r\al Kimmle 


1 rrors 


Hi 


Dcnnj 


1 rami i Won 


' 


Warren Irrnei 


MrikcOUtS 


72 


Warren Ittncr 



relief ificr (hr 



Cooeern before the umc 




®lje f tttlj. . - 



tEl|e joining. . 



®l|e Kmt. 



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f (|e -Hero! 




Jfall jSaseball, 1960 




• • I'll lo Rifbl (iurlo Ri/hj. Dennj SextOO, ljrn Hake, [Vnn\ Symci 

|..hn 5dliep p c !*• -b Kukub. Iim 1'itrs lij.i li..b Millrf. Allen ( Irn.lcnin. laik (...L, Ix*.n»r.i 
Clcn.lcnin. \X'jrrcn Bartv. Dcnnv (..rjnintcr. (!rval Kimmlc, Wanvn Irtnrr. <..jih IXilr (ruw 



Fiwr Ik-arutv MMS! thnr turn* in butting practice. 





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FALL I960 Kl< OKI) 




w 1 


0PP0N1 NTS 


THEY 


J 


Menard 


1 


- 


cordia 




5 


N - 1 ouii I Inivenity 


5 


! 1 


St. Lou 


B 


17 


Si Louii University 


12 



eartat 1960 




Front. Left to Right: Coach James "Barney" Oldfield, Nate Clay, Willie Williams, Ladell Travis, 
Ben Ellis, Bill Roberts, Denny Symer. Back Row: Manager Joel Hillyard, Bob Johnson, Sam 
Hippie, Leonard Clendenin, Dave Clark, Mike Woolcott, Manager George Haskell. 




INSPIRATION — Coach Barney Oldfield. 



I 



PERSPIRATION — Nate Clay, Leonard Clendenin. 
Willie Williams, Bill Roberts, Mike Woolcott, Sam 
Hippie. 



SUCCESS! ! McKendrce Vict 



1961 ;SasktbaIl 




Dcnnj Symer, Frmnk Well*, C«rl Manier, Ben Bllit, I 
ron B* id) Oldfidd, Jack < oolc, Charla Pochek, Dennj Gn 

MiJcc Woolcoa, Allen < lendenin, Bob Millet 



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It muit he a beautiful Rirl l'n.imihtr.1- 
\j it ■ They •OoldVl concentrate 
that much on the tunc' 





Willie drives through tor two mure points. 



Something mi.uhcy interesting is going on out on the fie 





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Guard — BILL ROBERTS 




Hippie hoops another one. 




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Miki VCoolcon bagi inochci budtci 

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A rrlrrrc « or \ic-m 





Holding hands in mid-air. 



Center — LEONARD CLENDENIN 




MMMM.MMMMM G.xxi Cheerleading 



Ir looks as if Sam is jumping right out of the 
picture. 




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Front. Left to Right: Naomi Hall, JoEllen Minton, Coach Phyllis Nies, Sylvia 
Korte, Jan Delaney. Back: Lynette Eberhart, Sue Early, Virginia Dude, Anne 
Webb. 







She should hold on to that ball - 
got four arms and four legs! 




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;ok at that! 


t went in the basket! 


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Looks like the ball and chain gang! 






MODERN DANCE.' 



The Spectators. 




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Why Dr. Silver, what haven't you done to your 
hair? 



Always be prepared! That's my motto. 




These poor guinea pigs are working over time. 



What do you mean give you my scat? I'm a 
lady too! 



Floyd is on the beam tor the first time in his life. 






Mi Kcodicc i unl) Daw n! 

U niy makeup ti» > thi> k. 




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Vt'hilr ihr traihrti i»a>. the KlldcflCI » 




Today's trash, tomorrow s 
hash! 





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No! We are N O T the three 
little pigs and that is N O T 
the big bad wolf! 




Now I know this camera had a shutte 
when I bought it. 




So he's not Liberace! Humor him. I 
want that A. 



The Homecoming Dance was a huge- 
success. 



Whadya mean, UGH? 



Instant coffee. We love it, we love it! 



These guys ate so tired they even sleep BE- 
TWEEN classes! 




Which way 

to Sherwood Forest.-' 



I'm majoring in Sandbox. 



I didn't like his looks in the first place. Let's give him a D. 



What's yours? 






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I itc with him. but I sun- Jen t ha^c !■> jk:rct uith him' 





Modern dance or intramural 
bowling? 




Shucks, I knew it wouldn't work. 



But Mike, he only bought me a cup of 
coffee! 



Apprenticeship for Stell's. 




ttlje /SRtjSimAttm 
1961 Staff 



Editor In Chief Bob Campbell 

Assistant Editor Sue Early 

Faculty Editor . - Sylvia Korte 

Senior Editor Charles Korunka 

Junior Editor Velera Case 

Sophomore Editor . _ Jan Delaney 

Freshman Editor _. Bob Sagan 

Organizations Editor _ - Joyce Spencer 

Special Events Editor Roger Knox 

Athletics Editor __ Cecil Rabourn 

Activities Editor - Anne Webb 

Editorial Assistants - Dawn Wand 

Linda Seay 

Mike Woolcott 

Terry Burk 

Photographer __ Charles Cox 

Faculty Adviser ___ __ Orville Schanz 



©fyanfes 



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To all those who gave of their time, talent, and money to help us. . . 

To the Administration for allowing me to edit this yearbook. . . 

To my staff for the fine work they did and for putting up with me. . . 

To our adviser, Mr. Orville Schanz, for his help and encouragement. . . 

To Mr. Charlie Cox for his outstanding pictures and his work on our behalf. 

To anyone and everyone who had anything at all to do with this yeartxx>k. . 

Thanks again, 

Bob Campbell, Editor 



®l]e ^Editor's |Jage ♦ . . 




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' ' • ■ particularly in 

the 1961 M« KENDRI IN 
gamut ol human emotion 
fully |<>\'>m tn disappointing 
It h.is b 

— an honor such .is I %lull undo 
never hav< again hut thai hunot is in 
finitely imall when 1 compart ii wii 
liunur tli.it I feel as .1 '■' I hki 

tn tlimk thai m this yearbook I havi 
just how much ol .111 honor I think it is 
tu K .1 p.irt nt McKendree And because i>l this, I sincerely hope thai this . 
and every other memory ol McKendree you may have will occupy .i pi 
m your lu-.irt and in your life This is my desire, noi becausi ol my posit 
hut because of my position .is .i McKcndrean 

Wh.it McKendree means to me and I'm sure to countless others, is n 
education; more than a preparation tor htc. mure than .i time ol physiial, cm< 
intellectual, .mil spintu.il maturation; more than joyous hours of h 
.mil awed expectancy; more than friends and fellowship; more ihan .ill of the 
»f could say tu vlc-vnlx- this extremely nebulous feeling And be 
m words dm* w t - feel, we will have to s.i\ with dedicated lues and mcaningfi 
what is withm our hearts .i something thai borders on tin spiritual 
the let us simply call it The Spirit ol Mi Kin. hi. 

My wish is thai in this 1961 M< KENDRI W " u spirit lus 
will remain the prisoner ol .ill dedicated McKendrearu 






JMc^K ^ttiograpljs 1961 




INI 1 : \T1 PRESS 

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Ytorbooks — Yearbook Cover* 

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