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DEDICATION 



McKendree College and the 1964 McKendrean Staff dedicate this yearbook to St. Louis, Missouri, on her 
200th Anniversary, 1764-1964. Although McKendree College is twenty-five miles from the city, it has become 
part of the metropolitan area of St. Louis. St. Louis provides a place of cultural, religious, and social interest to 
students and faculty. 

In the 200 years since her founding, St. Louis has grown from a small trading post into a large, modern 
city. McKendree College is likewise trying to advance from a small school to a larger, more cosmopolitan one. 
Both have acted as gateways of advancement - St. Louis as a gateway to the West in many areas, McKendree 
as a gateway to education in the Mid-West. 

With pride in both the City of St. Louis and our own McKendree College, we thus present this book. 

"McKendree College - The Greatest and best in the Middle West." 
Theodore Roosevelt 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 




ADMINISTRATION 



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FACULTY 





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ORGANIZATIONS 



WHO'S WHO 




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ATHLETICS 



ACTIVITIES 







ADMINISTRATION 




SAINT LOUIS CITY HALL 




DR. MAX P. ALLEN 
President 



W. NORMAN GRANDY 
Dean 




EMERIAL L.OWEN, JR. 
Registrar 





VIRGIL T. CHURCH 
Business Manager 




JAMES D. OLDFIELD 
Dean of Students 



REV. JOHN CURTIS 
Director of Religious Life 




DR. RALPH MARTY 
Director of Summer and Evening School 





CHARLES CHAPMAN 
Director of Development 



PERSONNEL 




Standing, left to right: Sheila Huffman. Nigel Holderby, Diane Tharp, Linda Fowle, 
Kathi Meggs. Judy Ogden. Seated: Sara Kesler. 




Right to left: Florence Thornley, Dietician; Thelma Voruz, Sharon 
Carr, Bernice Haak. 



PERSONNEL 




MRS. MARCIA COLLVER, MRS. DORIS SNEAD 
Development Office Secretaries 




MRS. MARCELLA KECK 
Bookstore Manager 



MRS LUCYGULLICK 
Director of Clark Hall 




FACULTY 






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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 





ROBERT BROWN, M A. 
Sociology and Geography 



JOHN BUDINA. MBA 
Business Education 







HERMAN EINSMAN, MASTERS (EQ) 
German and French 




VELFAIRBURN, B.S. 
Physical Education 



FRED FLEMING, M.S. 




GLENN FREINER, MM. 
Music 




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WILLIAM HODGE. M F A 

Art 



DONALD LEWIS, A.M. 
History 




JOHN McCAIN, JR.. Ph.D. 
English 





STEPHANIE OWEN, MM 
French and Music 




DAVID PACKARD, MA 
English 



HELEN PARKS, B.S 
Business 




ROLAND RICE, PhD 
Religion 





EDWARD SAKURAI, M.S. 
Mathematics 



ORVILLE SCHANZ, MM Ed 

Music 





LESTER WICKS, Ph.D. 
Chemistry and Biology 




MARY E. WILLIAMS, MA 
Speech 



PART TIME FACULTY 



GORDEN ALDRICH 


MAUDE KELDERMANNS 


HOWARD BUNDY 


WILLIAM KESTLY 


ELDON DITTEMORE 


CHARLES MILLER 


SAM DONHAM 


ORPHA REEDER 


LOREN FREEMAN 


MILDRED SILVER 


ROBERT GANTRELL 


CLYDE SMITH 


MARINO GARCIA 


GEORGE TUERCK 


ETHEL HORNER 


WILLIAM WRIGHT 




GRADUATES 




EADS BRIDGE 



CLASS OF 1964 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Left to Right: Mike Napp, President, Gerry Wille, Vice President, Mary Lea Gagnon, Secretary, Lynette 
Eberhardt, Treasurer. 



DEAN BLACKBURN 
Fairfield, Illinois 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 




"Keep the golden mean between saying too much and too little." Publius Syrus 




RICHARD BRINK 
East St. Louis, Illinois 
Major: Business Education 
Minor: Economics 



JOHN BROWN 

Lebanon, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 




"If it is not right, do not do it; if it is not true, do not say it." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 




CLYDE DORRIES 

Breese, Illinois 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: History and Economics 



JAMES FALKENHAIN 

Sparta, Illinois 

Major: History 

Minor: Education and Political Science 




"The secret of success is faithfulness to purpose." Beniamin Disraeli 




DALE FERTIG 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: History 
Minor: English 



MARY LEA GAGNON 
Lee Center, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Biology 




"Where there is a human being there is an opportunity for kindness." Seneca 

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LUEREATHA GRIFFIN 
East St. Louis, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Art 



BARBARA GULLICK 
Olney, Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor: History 




"True Americanism means advocating the equal rights of all men." Carl Schurz 




MICHAEL HALLER 
Rockford, Illinois 
Major: History 
Minor: Political Science 



DAVID HANKS 
Aurora, Illinois 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Physics 




"Neither despise nor oppose what thou dost not understand." William Penn 




FRANK HARRIS 
MedforrJ Station, New York 
Major: Business Education 
Minor: Psychology 



MARILYN HESTER 
Sandoval, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Psychology 




"Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul." Alexander I 




ROBERT JENSEN 
Centralia, Illinois 
Major: Business Education 
Minor: Social Studies 



PAUL JUVINALL 
Des Plaines, Illinois 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: History 




"Truth has no special time-of its own. Its hour is now - always." Albert Schweitzer 




LUCELIA LANZ 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Education 



DUNCAN LAMONS 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Business Education 
Minor: Economics 




"He makes no friend who never made a foe." Alfred Lord Tennyson 




VERA LILL 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Education 
Minor: History and Geography 



DORIS MAYES 

Scott Air Force Base, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies 




"What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?" Jean Jacque Rousseau 




MICHAEL MEYER 
Belleville, Illinois 
Major: Music 



MIKE NAPP 
Wood River, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Sociology 




"The true aim of every one who aspires to be a teacher should be, not to imparl his own opinions, but to kindle minds." F. W. Robertson 




DAVID NOTTROTT 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History 



IRVIN OLIVER 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Business 
Minor: Psychology 




"Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much; wisdom is humble that he knows no more." William Cooper 



PHYLLIS OZMENT 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Business 



ROBERT PATTERSON 
luka, Illinois 
Major-. Social Studies 




"Equal and exact justice to all men." Thomas Jefferson 




james Pins 

Collinsville, Illinois 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History 



BEN REZBA 

Mascoutah, Illinois 

Major: Mathematics and Chemistry 




"If things are ever moved upward, someone must be ready to take the first step and assume the risk of it." William James 




EMIL G. SAUER 
Salem, Illinois 
Major: Social Studies 



WARREN STIEG 
Okawville, Illinois 
Major: English 
Minor: History 




"It is not doing the things we like to do but liking the things we have to do that makes life blessed." Goethe 




SUSAN SYMER 
Lebanon, Illinois 
Major: Biology 
Minor: English 



LYNN VANDYKE 
Louisville, Illinois 
Major.- Mathematics 
Minor: Chemistry 




"There is a limit to our achievement; but none to our attempt." Phillips Brooks 




JAMES WILLIAMSON 
Nashville, Illinois 
Major: Business Education 
Minor: Economics and History 



SENIOR SIGNATURES 





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CLASSES 




FOREST PARK PLANETARIUM 



CLASS OF 1965 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Judy Vogt, Vice President; Cathy Robertson, Secretary and Treasurer: Paul Anders, President. 




PAUL ANDERS 
Brighton, Illinois 



LELAND BELANGEE 

Fairfield, Illinois 




GERRY BICZ 
Kenmore, New York 



MARTHA BOLLINGER 
Lebanon, Illinois 



JERRY BRITT 
Summit, New Jersey 





WILLIAM CARL 
Belleville, Illinois 




WAYNE COUNTON 
East Alton, Illinois 




FRANK DeWERFF 
Mt. Olive, Illinois 



KENNETH DILLINGHAM 
Mt. Vernon, Illinois 



STANLEY FALKENHAIN 
Sparta, Illinois 



LYLA FELTMEYER 
Pinckneyville, Illinois 




MAMIE FRISINA 
Meadville, Pennsylvania 



BEVERLY WILLIAMSON 
Caseyville, Illinois 




GEORGINE HAWLEY 
Centralia, Illinois 



BEVERLY HERR 
Plainfield, Connecticut 




SYLVESTER KORTE 
Lebanon, Illinois 



KAREN LANDWEHR 
Collinsville, Illinois 




MYRALIRELY ELLIOTT McOANIEL 

Joppa, Illinois Florissant, Missouri 




JAMES MANEKE 
East Alton, Illinois 



TED MIHUTA SUZANNE MILLER 

Lorain, Ohio Flora, Illinois 



TERRY OPPER 
Canton, Illinois 




PAM PALMER THOMAS PALMER 

Yates City, Illinois Villa Ridge, Illinois 




CLARENCE PATTON 
Edwardsville, Illinois 



DANNY PITRUZZELLI 
Long Branch, New Jersey 




CATHERINE ROBERTSON 
Belleville. Illinois 



SANDY TREBING 
Edwardsville, Illinois 



JUDY VOGT 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



JUDY WALLER 
Lebanon, Illinois 




MARIE WISE BARBARA WONDERS 

Marissa, Illinois Blackstone. Illinois 



CLASS OF 1966 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



Standing, left to right: Bill Hayes - Treasurer, Bob Tucker - President. Sitting: 
Nina Misegades - Vice President, Mary Reinhardt - Secretary. 




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BETTY ACKERSON 
Amboy, Illinois 



ALBERT ALLEN 
Shipman, Illinois 






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BOB BIBY 
East Carondelet, Illinois 



ROBERT BILLIG 
New York, New York 





JANET CHILDRESS 
Beecher City, Illinois 




ANDREW CICHALEWSKI 
Schenectady, New York 



CHARLES CLAXTON 
Mound City, Illinois 



DIANE DAVIDSON 
Eldred, Illinois 



LONA DAVIES 
Johnston City, Illinois 




HENRY DAVIS 
McLeansboro, Illinois 




HENRY DeANTHONY 
Brentwood, New York 



GARY DEKKER 
Hazel Crest, Illinois 




RITA DUNN 
Lake Forest, Illinois 



MARILYN EVERSGERD 
Mascoutah, Illinois 



LEONARD FIORE 
Seatord Long Island, New York 



DENNIS FRANKE 
Belleville, Illinois 




CAROL GAGNON 
Lee Center, Illinois 




NORMA GIMPEL 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



CATHERINE GOODALL 
Sidell, Illinois 




BERT GRIFFIN 
Clay City, Illinois 



VIRGINIA HAEUBER 
Lebanon, Illinois 



JOSEPH HALL 
Carmi, Illinois 



LOUIS HARMS 
Lebanon, Illinois 




ELLA HARPER LOUIS HARRIS 

East St. Louis, Illinois East St. Louis. Illinois 




WILLIAM HAYES DONALD HINSON 

Palos Heights, Illinois Collmsville, Illinois 




MARY LOU HOFFMAN 
Belleville. Illinois 



KENNETH HOWARD 
Williamstown, Massachusetts 



CAROLE HUBERT 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



KAYHUDDLESTON 
Steelevllle, Illinois 




HAROLD KERMIS 
Rochester, New York 




EARLENE LUCY MARY MARTIN 

Cahokia, Illinois Monticello, Iowa 




JOHN MESKILL 
Rosemont, New Jersey 



DOLORES MINICOZZI 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



NINA MISEGADES 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



BARBARA MUELLER 
Mascoutah, Illinois 




RAYMOND NELSON 
Madison, Connecticut 



AUDREY PEDERSEN 
Babylon, New York 




DAVID PHILIP 
Park Forest, Illinois 




TOM PILE 
Winchester, Illinois 



KAY PLUMMER 
Arthur, Illinois 



MELVIN RICHARS 

Dietench, Illinois 





DONALD SCARPA 
Ambler, Pennsylvania 



NANCY SCHANNE 
Orchard Park, New York 




ARTHUR TASSINELLO 
Carteret, New Jersey 



KAY TREAT 
Browns, Illinois 



ROBERT TUCKER 
Ashley, Illinois 



CHERYL WALKER 
Valley Park, Missouri 




SUE WEBB LARRY WEBER 

Ewmg, Illinois Carrollton, Illinois 




TOM WHEELER 
McLeansboro. Illinois 



ANNAWINELAND 
Hamburg, Illinois 



RICHARD ZEISSET 
Edwardsville, Illinois 



CLASS OF 1967 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Top Row: Carolyn Gerlach, Vice President, Harvey Leamon, President. Bottom 
Row: Georgia Ash, Secretary, Kate Levinson, Treasurer. 




DOUG AMBUEHL 

Mulberry Grove, Illinois 



GEORGIA ASH 
Bunker Hill, Illinois 




SUE BETHARDS 
Villa Ridge. Illinois 



HAROLD BIBBY 
Newton, Illinois 



MARY BLACK 
Carrier Mills, Illinois 



STEVE BRITKO 
Nabnassett, Massachusetts 




BRUCE CHURCH KAREN CRAIG 

Lebanon, Illinois Coulterville, Illinois 




CARL ETHINGTON 
Granite City, Illinois 



BALERIANO FLORES 
Donna, Texas 



LINDA FOWLE 
Lebanon. Illinois 



CAROLYN GERLACH 
Steeleville, Illinois 




DOTTY GRUEN 
Pana, Illinois 




FRANK HAGEN ALICE HALE 

Fieldon, Illinois Johnson City, Illinois 




JAMES HALL 
West Frankfort, Illinois 



TERRY HARTMANN DONALD HIGGINS 

Suffield, Connecticut Mattoon, Illinois 



MARK HORDES 
Patterson, New Jersey 




DIXIE HORN JOSEPH HUFFMAN 

O'Fallon, Illinois Cairo, Illinois 




CHERYL JACKSON 
New Haven, Connecticut 




LARRY LEE 
Martinsville, Illinois 



HARVEY LEEMON 
Steeleville, Illinois 



KATE LEVINSON 
New York, New York 



LARRY LIPE 
Granite City, Illinois 




TERRENCE LOHMON 
Aviston, Illinois 




KAREN MARTIN 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



GARY MATHEWSON 
East Alton, Illinois 




THOMAS MAUCK 
Trenton, Illinois 



JERRY MILLER 
Cahokia, Illinois 



MARTHA MILLER 
Palestine, Illinois 



MICHAEL MITCHELL 
Granite City, Illinois 





RON SCHIFFERDECKER 
Manssa. Illinois 



JOE SCOLA DAVID SHEAHAN 

Passaic, New Jersey Taylorville, Illinois 



PAT SIMMONS 
Carmi, Illinois 




RAMSOE STRICKER 
Okawville, Illinois 




JERRY SMITH 
Alton, Illinois 




LAUREN THOMAS 
St. Louis, Missouri 



ANN TRUE 
Trenton, Illinois 




THARON TUCKER 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



GRETCHEN VAN LEER 
Benton, Illinois 




JUDY WEGNER 

Pinckneyville, Illinois 



PEGGY WEHSENBERG 
Mounds, Illinois 




JUDYWILLE 
Troy, Illinois 



PHYLLIS WILLIAMS 
Lombard, Illinois 




SPECIAL STUDENTS 




Lynette Eberhardt 

Johnson City, Illinois 



Sue Gassmann 
Rockford, Illinois 




Alan Weinstein 

Brooklyn, New York 




ORGANIZATIONS 






PARK PLAZA MALL WITH UNION 
STATION IN THE BACKGROUND 



STUDENT CONGRESS 




First Row. left to right: David Nottrott, Paul Anders, Ben Rezba. Second Row: Geraldine 
Willie. Karen landwehr. Pam Palmer, Gretchen Van Leer, Third Row: John Annable, Henry Davis, 
Alfred Campos, Lynn VanDyke. Fourth Row: Frank Dewerff, Richard Zeisset. Paul Juvinall, 
David Jensen. 



COMMISSIONS 




Top Left; Ethic Commission: Richard Zeisset, Henry Davis. 

Bottom Left; Social Commission: Frank De Werff, Ch., Pam Palmer, Ted Mauck. 
Bottom: Larry Maggiacoma, Gretchen Van Leer, Al Campos. 



Top Right; Religious Life Commission: Paul Juvmall, Karen Landwehr 

Bottom Right; Academic Commission: David Nottrott, Gerry Wi lie, David Jensen. 



CLIO 




First Row: Kay Plummer, Ella Harper, Kathi Meggs, Karen Landwehr, and Ackerson, Mary Lou Hoffman, Earlene Lucy, Jerry Bicz, Marilyn Eversgerd, 

Sue Gassmann. Second Row: Norma Gimpel, Mrs, Watt, Rita Dunn, Betty Mary Reinhardt, Oelores Mimcozzi, Chickie Rosenhauer. 



PLEDGES: First Row: Barbara Mueller, Judy Vogt, Linda Fowle, 
Judy Lorton, and Audrey Pederson. Second Row: Carolyn Gerlach, 
Ann True, Lynn Ackerman, Carole Hubert, Karen Martin, and 
Patsy Simmons. 




PLATO 




First Row: Mike Meyer, Richard Zeisset, Jerome Zeisset, Jim Maneke, 
and Louis Harms. Second Row: Leonard Fiore, Joel Hillyard, Dale 
Schwerdtferger, Danny Rommerskirchen, Mike Knapp, Jim Cope, 



Donald Hmson, and Terry Opper. Third Row: Randy Smith, Charles 
Koen, Tal Hillman, Jeff Bibby, Ronald Schifferdecker, Gary Mathewson, 
and Harvey Leemon. 



PLATO OFFICERS: Richard Zeisset, Jim 
Maneke, Terry Opper, Jerome Zeisset, 
Dale Schwerdtferger, Mike Meyer, and 
Louis Harms. 




ALPHA OMEGA 




First Row: Mrs. Kaiser, Nina Misegades, Mary Lea Gagnon, Lyla Feltmeyer, Lona Davies. and Virginia Blair. Second Row: Barbara Wonders, Kay 
Huddleston. Carol Gagnon, Marie Wise, Marilyn Hester, and Beverly Gamble. 



ALPHA OMEGA OFFICERS: Marilyn Hester, Lyla Feltmeyer, Lona 
Davies, Mary Lea Gagnon, Nina Misegades, and Virginia Blair. 




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First Row: Ben Armbruster, Bert Griffin, David Jensen. Bill Hayes, Paul 
Juvmall, Henry Davis, Jack Frick, Lynn VanDyke, and Richard Clasen. 



Second Row: Jerry Miller, Dave Hanks, Dr. McCain, Joe Hall, Paul Anders, 
Larry Weber, Don Johnson, Frances Hagen, and Dave Philip. 



PHILO OFFICERS: Henry Davis. Lynn Van Dyke, Dave 
Jensen, Paul Juvinall, Jack Frick, Bert Griffin, 
and Bill Hayes. 




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Mrs. Gray, Kay Treat, JoAnn Hale, Barbara Wonders, Kay Huddleston, Myra Lirely, Karen Martin, Mrs. Kaiser, Earlene Lucy, Marilyn 
Hester, Mary Lynn Black. Beverly Gamble, and Lona Davies. 



W.S.C.S. OFFICERS: Kay Treat, Kay Huddleston, Earlene Lucy, 
Mrs. Gray, Myra Lirely, Beverly Gamble and Lona Davies. 




MSM 




First Row, left to right: Lona Davies. Marilyn Hester, Beverly Gamble, Georgine Hawley, Karen Craig, Dorothy Gruen. Myra Lirely, John Annable. 
Second Row: Ida Kaiser Barbara Wonders, JoAnn Hale, Kay Treat, Kay Huddleston, Karen Martin, Earlene Lucy. Mary Martin, Mary Lynn Black. 
Third Row: Robert Tucker, Randy Smith, Bert Griffin, Jerry Miller. Richard Boyd, Don Johnson, Rev. Curtis. Fourth Row: Joe Hall, Balenano 
Flores, Jack Fnck Henry Davis, Jon Dunn, John Brown, Jim Williamsom, Paul Juvinall. 




MSM OFFICERS, lett to right 

Hester. Rev. Curtis. 



Paul Juvinall. Kay Huddleston. John Annable, Myra Lirely, Richard Boyd, Kay Treat, Henry Davis, Marilyn 



KAPPA CHI 




Left to right: Karen Martin. Myra Lirely, Earlene Lucy, John Annable, Paul Juvmall, John Brown, Randy Smith, Kay Huddleston, 
Marilyn Hester, and Barbara Wonders. 



KAPPA CHI OFFICERS: Paul Juvmall, John Annable, Earlene 
Lucy, Kay Huddleston, and Myra Lirely. 




SIGMA TAU DELTA 




First Row: Norma Girnpel, Mary Reinhardt, Kathy Goodall, Mamie Frisina. 
Janet Childress, Georgine Hawley, Carole Hubert, and Beverly Gamble. 
Second Row: Mr. Allen, Mr. Owen, Jim Forrler, Dale Fertig, Frank DeWerff, 



Sy Korte, Judy Vogt, Marie Wise, Barbara Guilick. Joy Bickford, Mike 
Haller, Dr. McCain, and Mr. Packard. 



SIGMA TAU DELTA OFFICERS: Barbara Guilick, Joy Bickford, Beverly 
Gamble, Mr. Packard and Jim Forrler. 




SIGMA ZETA 




Standing: Mr. Fred Fleming, Ben Rezba, Melvin Richards, Tom Palmer, Don Hilmes. Seated: Carol Gagnon, Gerry Wille, Susan Symer. 




Ben Rezba, President; Gerry Wille, Vice President; Tom Palmer, Secretary. 



PI-EPSILON-MU 




Back Row, left to right: Sue Webb, Sue Bethards, Rhoda Rosenhauer, Patsy Simmons, Carol Gagnon, Eldon Sauerwein, David 
Nottrott, Jerry Britt. Front Row, left to right: Sy Korte, Lynette Eberhardt, Mary Lea Gagnon, Judy Waller, Mike Napp, Coach John 
Skoon. 



Left to Right: Mike Napp, Vice President, Lynette Eberhardt, 
Treasurer, Mary Lea Gagnon, Secretary, Sy Korte, President. 




STAGE CRAFTERS 




First Row: Mrs. Williams, Sue Bethards. Judy Lorton, Audrey Pederson, and Judy Vogt. Second Row: Mr. Schanz, Mike Meyer, Frank DeWerff, 
Jim Maneke, Ronald Schifferdecker, Leonard Fiore, and Sue Miller. 




Standing: Frank DeWerff, Treasurer; Jim Mameke, Vice President. Seated: Gerry Wille, President; 
Sue Miller, Secretary. 



CHOIR 




First Row: Barbara Mueller, Janet Childress, Linda Sydnor, Karen Baker, Virginia Ogden, Lauren Thomas, Mary Lynn Black, Nina Misegades, 
Lyla Feltmeyer, Nancy Schanne, and Karen Craig. Second Row: Kay Huddleston, Earlene Lucy, Mary Martin, Sue Gassmann, Nancy Roper, Dorthy 
Gruenn, Diane Tharp, Beverly Gamble, Peggy Wehrenberg, Karolita Hagerstrom, Mary Reinhardt, Kathi Meggs. Third Row: Larry Lee, Roger Tracy, 
Gary Reimann, Lester Long, Harvey Leemon, Charles Koen, Jim Williamson, Melvin Richars, Richard Boyd, Karen Martin, and JoAnn Hale. Fourth 
Row: Ramsoe Strieker, Charles Claxton, Henry Davis, Larry Lipe, Richard Hendy. Richard Zeisset, Mike Meyer, Ted Mauck, Jon Dunn, Daniel 
Pitruzzelli, Dennis Franke, Jim Maneke, Ben Armbruster, and Dave Philip. 




Nina Misegades, Librarian; James Maneke, President; Mike Meyer, Robe 
Chairman. 



McKENDREE COLLEGE DAMES' CLUB 




Biblical Luncheon -1963 



All wives of McKendree College faculty members, wives of emeriti 
faculty members, and women emeriti faculty are considered members of 
the Dames' Club. 

The purpose of the Club is "to further good will and fellowship among 
women at McKendree College; to promote the best interests of the college; 
to interpret the College to the public as the opportunity arises." 

A money-making project is planned each year. All money raised by 
these various projects has been used for some phase of campus improve- 
ment such as campus landscaping library books, and Clark Hall room im- 
provement projects. 



McKENDREAN STAFF 




Standing, left to right: Sue Miller, Judy Lorton, Dave Philips, Sandy Triebing, Frank Oewerff, Pam Palmer, Karen Landwehr, Audrey Pederson. Sitting: 
Mary Lea Gagnon, Mary Reinhart, Dale Fertig, Lynn Eberhardt, Carol Gagnon. 




OFFICERS - Standing, left to right: Henry Davis, Frank Dewerff, Dale Fertig, Mr. Schanz. 
Sitting: Sue Miller. 



PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM 




First Row: Henry Davis, Earlene Lucy, Karen Landwehr, Ella Harper. Second Row: Mike Haller, 
Frank DeWerff, Jerome Zeisset, and Mr. Brown. 



McKENDREE REVIEW 




Left to Right: Dave Philip, William Cammon, Robert Jensen, Jack Frick, Mrs. Leon Church, Adviser; Ben Armbruster, Editor; Judy Vogt, Sue Gassmann, 
Audrey Pederson, Randy Smith, and Bob Billig. 





Mr. and Mrs. Leon Church, Technical Advisers 



Ben Armbruster, Editor 



PI-KAPPA-DELTA 




Ben Armbruster, Vice President; Jim Maneke, Secretary; Frank DeWerff, President. 



INTER SOCIETY COUNCIL 




Standing: Robert Jensen, Paul Juvinall, Jerome Zeisset, Leonard Fiore. Seated: Mrs. Kathy Meggs, Karen Landwehr, Mary Lea Gagnon, and Nina Misegades. 



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Back Row, left to right: Bob Billig, Joe Scola, Steve Goldfarb, Leon Cammon, Henry DeAnthony, Ken Howards, Don Scarpa, Ken Cook. Middle Row, left to 
right: Dave Kessler, Gary Dekker, David Chumbley, Jeff Carling, Larry Richardson, Ken Dillingham, Ted Miner, Bob Biby. Front Row, left to right: Don White, 
Lane Wilton, Tim Kirby, Al Weinstein, Tom Higgins, Ray Nelson, Al Campos, Ted Mihuta 




OFFICERS, left to right: Ray Nelson, Treasurer, Al Weinstein, President, Tom Higgins, Vice President, 
Tim Kirby, Secretary. 







WHO,S WHO 



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OLD CATHEDRAL 




DEAN BLACKBURN 



"Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might." 
Ecclesiastes 9:10 



SUE GASSMANN 



"There is a limit to our achievement; but none to our attempt." 
Phillips Brooks 




LUEREATHA GRIFFIN 



"The way to gain a good reputation is to endeavor to be what you desire to appear." 

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MICHAEL HALLER 



"Books, we know, are a substantial world, both pure and good." 
William Wordsworth 




BEN REZBA 



"The only real security for social well-being is the free exercise of men's minds." 

Harold J. Laski 




SUSAN SYMER 



"Example is better than precept." 
English Proverb 




SPECIAL EVENTS 




KIEL AUDITORIUM 



PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION 





"Come in please." 




Around the punch table at the Stevenson House 



KANGAROO COURT 



Ooh, is that sour!" 




CAST 

Peter Cartwright Jim Maneke 

Father Cartwright/Landlord Frank DeWerff 

Mother Cartwright Norma Gimpel 

Girl/Doctor's Wife Diane Tharp 

Doctor Leonard Fiore 

Abe Lincoln Mike Meyer 

Frances Cartwright Suzanne Miller 

Student Director Suzanne Miller 

Technical Director Professor Orville Schanz 




ON THE 




TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON 



CAST 

Sakini George Lareau 

Col. Wainwright Purdy III William Whittaker 

Capt. Fisby Dan Rommerskirchen 

Lotus Blossom Geraldine Wille 

Capt. McLean Daniel Bartello 

Director Joyce Spencer 




STAGE 




CAST 

Antigone Geraldine Wille 

Ismene Suzanne Miller 

Creon John King 

Haemon Leonard Fiore 

Student Director James Maneke 



COLLEGE FOUNDED IN 1828 

OPENS $500,0000^ 



By DAVID BROWN 

fe-Democrat Staff Writer 

work \ytith plow and ax 
| hard and the days were 
>f toil but they 
better furfre, 
lethodist a^Ters 
fd hands^K little 
and a^Fing faith 
rth^buil 
Crown g^^^ge'ntle 




first swung their axes in be- 
half of higher learning. The 
dusty trail that jostled the 
stagecoaches now is a smooth 
ribbon of concrete known as 
Highway 50. The wild thicket 
is a grassy campus shaded 
tall oaks and elms and ma] 
The original frame bi 
burned down before t! 
War, but now there a 
brick buildings of 
style where the li 
taught in a Oha 
phere to 350 
women. 



a new acade; 

the caimj^ 
need ' 




of wisdon 
and simple^ 
fought with* GeoF 
ton and had sSH 
surrender. 

Today 135 years have passed 
since the early Illinois settlers 



McKt 
legacy,, 
for its 
it belonj 
as the p* 
era brist 
challenge 
has never 

Urg 

There is 
on the camp' 
volving trust 
tors, faculty, a 
the students. Tl 
late at night in 
the Georgian buildi 
auditorium resourn 
rallies which have no! 
do with the big game <? 
up. The pretty cheer IeaL 
leap and yell: 
"Two . . . four . . . six . . . eight. 

What do we appreciate? 
Money . . Money . . . Money! " 
McKendree College is 
meeting the exciting and dis- 
turbing challenge of the jet 
in education with a tre- 
|g>us campaign to raise 
100 expansion fund, 
he bif%j£koff is this week- 
intensive drive 
onaTibns to the fund will 
continue until December 12. 

The badly needed money will 
be used to construct and equip- 



edu 
fronti 
for 30 _ 

academic recT 
has stayed 
grasp — accreditation 
North Central Association of 
Colleges and Secondary 
Schools. Financial stringency 
has been responsible for the 
school's inability to meet the 
high standards for this accre- 
ditation. 



The firs 
year ago 
raised, by 
Circuit R 
buy librai 



JS/ON FUND DRIVE 



hi; moment, and to 
T^^^the physi- 




Expansion Goal Is Surpassed; 
Cash and Pledges Exceed $658,000! 



was taken a 
$130,000 was 
as called The 
ampaign, to 
s and other 



and 
Tern li- 
the Meth- 

pffi excellent faculty of 
time instructors and 20 
part time. One of the attrac- 
tions of the school is the per- 
sonal attention students get, 
for the ratio of students to 
faculty is only 14 to 1. 



The $500,000 Expansion Fund 

goal has been surpassed with cash 

and pledges solicited from all 

sources since the beginning of the 

McKendree College Expansion 

Fund drive in September, 1963. 

Although the actual campaign 

vers a three-year period, the 

ges, which total in excess of 

<0 appeor to assure the fact 

Kendree will have complete 

^r step two of the overall 

velopment. Moneys and 

>ling $558,000 were re- 

ihe (Southern Illinois) 

\nitial gifts divisions 

i. 

$100,000 is antici- 
General Board of 
shville, Tenn., to 
otal. 

tended for con- 
ademic facility." 
cts, Wilson and 
xnon, 111., are 
n plans for this 

ccess of this 

close of 1963 

of the bright- 



est for capital funds campaigns in 
the history of McKendree. The Cir- 
cuit Riders' campaign (which 
brought in approximately $130,000 
under board chairman Milbern P. 
Akers' guidance) and the Expan- 
sion Fund campaign with approxi- 
mately $660,000 add up to more 
than three quarters of a million 
dollars from two capital drives in 
1963. 

Such support by the alumni, 
churches of the Southern Illinois 
Conference, and other friends of 
McKendree is unprecedented in 
the history of the college. 

According to President Max P. 
Allen, "... these two successful 
campaigns have assured us at Mc- 
Kendree that if we continue to 
serve the young people who are 
coming to us in ever increasing 
numbers, we will be able to secur 
the additional support necessary 
to house and educate them in the 
finest McKendree traditions of 
quality that led Theodore Roose- 
velt to refer to McKendree as "the 
oldest and best in the Middle 
West." 



McK Is Recipient 
Of Industrial Gifts 



roomer 
s Clark 



r". Bloomer of Rob- 

* jceeded Mrs. Lucy 

I /ervisor of Clark Hall, 

f o Dean of Students 

xield. 

Joomer, who is a Metho- 

jconess, is a graduate of Na- 

College, Kansas City, and 

/V York University. She was cer- 

*fied by the Board of Education, 

Nashville, in 1950 and has had a 

variety of assignments with Meth 

odist churches in the Middlewes 

and the East. For a period of fo 

years she served as director of 

ucation and supervisor of week' 

schools for the Council of Churches 

at Evansville, Ind. 

Mrs. Gullick resigned in Decem- 
ber after having served as supervi- 
sor for about two and one-half 
years. 



According to Dr. Max P. Allen, 
president, McKendree College has 
received a donation of $1,500 from 
the Shell Companies, Inc., as part 
of the established program of year- 
ly Shell Assists. 

The Assists are for $500 each 
and are designated for: the general 
use of the institution, the profes- 
sional^ development of any academ- 
and the professional de- 
3f a particular facility 
of science, 
ldree has also received a 
Chari- 
Granite City 
the cl 
rent ^HWenMee C^PB Expar 
sion — 

facility, accordir 
Henley, chairman of 
gifts division of the 
paign. 






"Away we go!' 



CHOIR 
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"We love a parade . 




1963 HOMECOMING QUEEN 




Miss Phyllis Ozment, Miss McKendree 



QUEEN CANDIDATES S 



ESCORTS 




Mr. Ben Armbmster, escorting Miss Sue Gassmann 



Miss Geraldine Wille and escort, Mr. Leonard Fiore 



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Dona Campe, Junior maid, with escort, John Scheppe 



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Sophomore maid, Penny Chapman, makes entrance bow while her 
escort, Bill Carl looks on. 



Judy Lorton, Freshman maid, escorted by Don Chaney 




The Queen and her Court - From left to right: Don Chaney, Judy Lorton; John Scheppe, Dona Campe ; Ben Armbruster, Sue Gassmann,- Mike Knapp, Miss 
Ozment, Pages Chen Epping and Lenny Spellman; Geraldme Wille, Leonard Fiore; retiring queen, Virginia Dude, Hank Felt; and Penny Chapman, Bill Carl. 





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Miss Dude crowning the new 
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GRADUATION 




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ATHLETICS 




BUSCH STADIUM 



SPRING BASEBALL-1963 




Standing, left to right: Larry Noble, Henry DeAnthony, Dave Dawson, Leland Belangee, Mike Keasler, Jerry Caliper, Gary Hearne, Ray Hassett, Coach 
Cruse. Kneeling: Ben Rezba, Bill Lanigan, Mike Masters, Jerry Britt, Bill Hellmer, Sy Korte, John Schieppe. 






That did it, Denny 



I'm ready 




Alright, turn your back on us 




Hurry, hide behind the fence. Here comes the coach. 



It's out there some place 




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Some warm the bench 




Some use their feet 




Some lose their head 



Others just keep score 




GOLF-1963 




Coach Peterson, Danny Bartello, Gary Boles, Ron Bodtke, Bob Johnson, Rich Neal, 
Larry Richardson, Bill Hayes. 



TENNIS-1963 




Standing, left to right: Don Johnson, Henry Davis, Tom Tucker, Glenn Deppe, 
Al Campos, Raydean Davis. Kneeling: Jack Frick, Dave Nottrott. 



BASKETBALL 1963-1964 




Standing: Assistant Coach John Schoon, Lester Long, Curt Reed, Mike Keasler, Jim Morby, David Nottrott, Don Price, Leon Hough, Doug Ambuehl, Bob Karnes, 
and Coach Lou Vesely. Kneeling: Tom Wheeler, Chuck Garrett, Clarence Oliver, Ron Bodtke, and Jerry Schaefer. 




Coach Lou Vesely. 




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Lester Long 



Jim Morby 




Nina Misegades 




Clarence Oliver 




Standing: Assistant Coach John Schoon, Lester Long, Curt Reed, Mike Keasler, Jim Morby, David Nottrott, Don Price, Leon Hough, Doug Ambuehl, Bob Karnes, 
and Coach Lou Vesely. Kneeling: Tom Wheeler, Chuck Garrett, Clarence Oliver, Ron Bodtke, and Jerry Schaefer. 




Coach Lou Vesely. 





Lester Long 



Jim Morby 




Nina Misegades 




Clarence Oliver 




Dotty Gruen 




Leon Hough 





Larry Richardson 



David Nottrott 





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Susie Bethards 




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FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS - Standing, left to right: Bob Biby, Frank DeWerfl, Gene Swanson. Leland Be- 
langee. Kneeling: Ted Mihuta, Tom Higgins, Larry Lipe, Mike Masters. 




INTRAMURALS 




Basketball 





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CHEERLEADERS 




Judy Lorton, Captain 



Nina Misegades 



Sue Bethards 




Dotty Gruen 



Judy Vogt 





ACTIVITIES 




SAINT LOUIS ART MUSEUM 





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ACTIVITIES 



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Clio initiation at Lambert Field. 



Day after the Night before. 






Royalty out front. 




Mixer after the game. 




MAN 

AND HIS 

FRIEND 



Temper! Temper! 





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Don't stop now! 




Who needs books? 



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Why Monticello? 
Why not — 



Where are the girls? 





Charge! 




Philo - Home Sweet Home 





We always scrub the floor at Lambert Field with toothbrushes! 





And, not so fast! 



Hey! Three musketeers! 





Student Discipline Committee? 



Sure I like fresh air. 




McKendree College has numerous teas and receptions 
during the year, many of which honor special guests 
and occasions. There is always a lot of chatter, tea, 
and cookies shared by all. 



This picture is of the reception following the dedication 
of the new Circuit Riders Hall on December 7, home- 
coming weekend. 




McKENDREAN STAFF 1964 

Editor Dale Fertig 

Assistant Editor Frank DeWerff 

Business Manager Sue Miller 

Assistant Business Manager Henry Davis 

Administration Editor Audrey Pedersen 

Senior Editor Geraldine Wille 

Junior Editor Karen Landwehr 

Sophomore Editor Henry Davis 

Freshman Editor Judy Lorton 

Organizations Editors Mary Lea Gagnon 

Carol Gagnon 

Special Events Mary Reinhardt 

Art Editor Sandy Trebing 

Sports Editor Lynette Eberhardt 

Activities Editor Pam Palmer 

Photographer David Philip 

Adviser Mr. Orville Schanz 



EDITOR'S PAGE 




Each year McKendree College advances toward a more secure future. As 
a student for three and one-half years I have witnessed progress. The planning 
and success of the campaigns to raise funds show that people realize the value 
of a small school. 

As a native of St. Louis, I feel this city has also been making strides for- 
ward. The progress shown here at McKendree and the progress made by St. 
Louis is equally important to Illinois, Missouri, the Mid-West, and our Nation. 

As Editor of the 1964 McKendrean I hope this book will serve as a lasting 
memory to students and friends of the College. 

Dale A. Fertig, Editor. 




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