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MCKENDREAN STAFF 

James Adair Editor 

Kay Clark 

Co-Editors 

Carol Fritz 

Joyce Klopmeyer Business Manager 

Carol Goings Assistant Business Manager 

Richard Howe Advertising Manager 

Judie Gutekunst Assistants 

Frances Mitchell 

Leddrew Johnson 

Sandra Beasley 

Margaret Gensler Freshman Editor 

Beverly (Drury) Souders Sophomore Editor 

Robert Sprinz Junior Editor 

Don Wood Senior Editor 

Gene Brinkman Faculty Editor 

Don Metzger Sports Editor 

Miss Joan Warner Advisor 



Our cover design was selected by the 1956 
McKendrean staff as a tribute to our chapel 
in its centennial year. 

Constructed in 1856, the chapel houses the 
nation's oldest bell. McKendree is one of 
the few colleges in the United States that 
uses a bell to call students to class. 

Happy Birthday, Chapel! 




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1956 Basketball Queen of McKendree College 



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Escorted by Rich Herrin 




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Escorted by Bob Smith 



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ALPHA 
OMEGA 



SEATED, Left to Right: Pat Fritz, Mary Lois John- 
ston, Jane Massie, Judie Gutekunst. KNEELING: 
Marilyn Ragsdale, Judy Weir, Carol Fritz, Kay Clark. 
STANDING: Mcxia Wagner, Beverly Drury, Mary 
Souders, Louise Simmons, Mary Sauer, Sandra Shcup- 
bech. 



SEATED. Left to Right: 
Ragsdale. STANDING: 
Gensler. 



Joycelyn Duncan, Marilyn 
Rosalind Lindsay, Margaret 



Sharing together the work and fun of college life, AO's build a close bond of friendship which endures 
through the years. 

The 1955- '56 school year was a very busy one for the women of Alpha Omega. Rush week. Home- 
coming, pledging and initiation made the time between classes pass very quickly. 

Representing AO on campus this year were Sandra Schupbach. President of Student-Faculty Council 
for two semesters; Kay Clark and Carol Fritz, Co-Editors of the 1956 McKendrean; Louise Simmons, 
Junior class candidate for Homecoming Queen; Marylou Jenkins, May Fete Queen; Judie Gutekunst, Editor 
of the Circuit Writer; Mary Lois Sauer, Secretary-Treasurer of FT A; Kay Clark, First Prize for Essay 
in Circuit Rider Contest; and Sandra Schupbach was chosen for "Who's Who." 

The spring banquet, the May Fete and all the graduation traditions highlighted the latter part of the 
year. 



CLIO 



September again- -the campus was asceneof lively activity, beginning with Rush. With classes under- 
way, Clio was kept busy by Homecoming, the Amanda Glenn Oratorical contest, open house, and many 
social activities. 

Representing us on campus were Bette Wadsack and Alice McPherson elected to "Who's VVho"; 
Donna Faye Roper, Vice-President of MSM and President of FT A: Barbara Bradshaw, 1955- '56 Home- 
coming Queen and Treasurer of MSM; Lois Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer of Kappa Chi. 

Other positions held were Frances Mitchell, Vice-President of McK Club; Phyllis Teal, Secretary- 
Treasurer of McK Club; Carol Goings, Editor of McK Review; Kaywynne (Weiler) Adams, First Prize in 
Amanda Glenn Contest and First in the Circuit Writer Contest; Sandra Beasely, Freshman Homecoming 
Queen candidate and Alice McPherson, Senior class candidate. 

The latter part of the year found us working on the May Fete and the spring banquet. May came 
quickly--the end of another successful year. 




SEATED, Left to Right: 
Frances Mitchell, Kay- 
wynne Weiler, Alice 
McPherson, Joyce Pe- 
rotka, Mary Arm Stan- 
ley. STANDING: Lu- 
cille Pritchard, Donna 
Faye Roper, Bette Wad- 
sack, Joyce Klopmey- 
er, Carol Goings, Lois 
Johnson, Alice Chang 
(not present). 



SEATED, Left to Right: Carol 
Gowain, Ruby Caiham, Vannetta 
Ewing. ROW TWO: AngieDeWeese, 
Barbara Bradshaw, Phyllis Teel. 
ROW THREE: Sandra Beasley, 
Wanda Pritchard, Melba JoUenbeck. 



PHILO 



LEFT TO RIGHT: BiUy Jones, Penny Bagby, 
Bob Souders, Don Metzger, John Kanimer- 
mann. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Enloe 
Krausz, Dale Best, Ron 
Stoltz, Don Wood, Paul 
Motzer, Kliley Palmer, Jim 
Birmingham. 



Working together in a common bond has formed us into a strong, active chapter. We are proud of the 
achievement of Philo and hope that future years will be as bountiful as the preceeding have been. 

Philo leaders were found in every phase of campus life. Walter Storey was Vice-President of Kappa 
Chi; Don Wood was elected to "Who's Who"; and Don Metzger, Associate Editor of the McK Review. 

We were fortunate in having two capable presidents at the helm of our society during the school year. 
Don Wood was president during the first semester and Ron Stoltz took command for the second semester. 
With men like these to lead us and men such as our members are to participate, it is understandable that 
we have enjoyed a successful year. 



PLATO 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne 
Gartside, Don Brewer, 
Tom Gensler, Dick Sch- 
woerke, Leon Fitzgerald, 
Virgil Wadsack, Max Dom- 
browski, Eddie Archer, Dr. 
Cyclone Covey. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Voegeli. 
Dave Heck, Bill Hunter, Dwight 
Schuetz, Dave Diehl. 





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September, 1955, and we were off to a flying start. After a flurry of freshman entertainment, Platon- 
ians set sails for another year on McKendree campus. During the year our members were active in a great 
many campus organizations, acting as leaders as well as members. 

Homecoming was soon upon us and we found ourselves faced with the job of making a float. After 
many headaches and long hard work, we were ready. FinaUy the big day came and we were proud and 
happy as we paraded with the rest. 

Plato was represented on campus by Tom Gensler, President of Pi Kappa Delta; Wayne Gartside, 
Vice-President of Veterans' Club; Virgil Wadsack "Who's Who" and Treasurer of the Veterans' Club; and 
Jim Birmingham, Vice-President of FT A. 



McKendreans receive honorary degrees. 




McKendree quartet sings at Little Chapel dedication. 




May-Day Carol 



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MCKENDREAN 



EDITOR 
Jim Adair 

CO -EDITORS 
Kay Clark 
Carol Fritz 



SEATED, Left to Right: Margaret 
Gensler, Freshman Class Editor; Beverly 
Souders, Sophomore Class Editor. 
STANDING: Bob Sprinz, Junior Class 
Editor; Don Metzger, Sports Editor; Don 
Wood, Senior Class Editor; Gene 
Brinkman, Faculty Editor. 





SEATED, Left to Right: Carol Fritz, Jim 
Adair, Kay Clark. FIRST ROW, Standing: 
Margaret Gensler, Kliss Joan Warner (advi- 
sor), Judie Gutekunst, Don Wood, Leddrew 
Johnson, Richard Howe, Gene Brinkman, Don 
Metzger, Bob Sprinz, Frances Mitchell 
Beverly Drury, Carol Goings, Sandra Beasley, 
Joyce Klopmeyer. 



STAFF 



SEATED: Joyce Klopmeyer, Business Mana- 
ger. STANDING, Left to Right: Carol 
Goings, Assistant Business Manager; Richard 
Howe, Advertising Manager. 



THE MCKENDREE 
REVIEW 



EDITOR: 

Carol Ann Goincs 




STAFF, Seated Left to Right: Cletus Hubbs, Carol Goings, Miley Palmer. STANDING: Judie Gutekunst, 
Joyce Klopmeyer, Leddrew Johnson, Larry Grove, Gene Brinkman, Bob Sprinz, Richard Howe, Wendell 
Burdick, Don Metzger, Miss Warner (Advisor), Kay Clark, Pat Fritz. 




STANDING, Left to Right: Kay Clark, page 
2; Carol Goings, Page 1. SEATED; Cletus 
Hubbs, page 4; Richard Howe, Religious; 
Miley Palmer, page 3. 



LEFT TO RIGHT; Circulation Manager. 
JudieGutekunst; Business Manager, Leddrew 
Johnson; Advertising Manager, Joyce 
Klopmeyer. 



CHORUS 







FIRST ROW, Left to 
Right; Mona Wagner, 
Barbara Bradshaw, Phyllis 
Teel, Sandie Beasley, Ruby 
Chathan, Carol Gowan, Rose Marie 
White, Genrude Tiller, Joyce Perotka, 
Frances Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Lois 
Johnson, Carol Goings, Aurelia Lowry, Marilyn 
Ragsdale, Carolyn Render, Carol Paddick. THIRD 
ROW: Minnie Nicholson, Willie Mae Dockery, Melba 
Jollenbeck, Rosalind Lindsay, Mary Souders, Alice McPherson 
Wanda Pritchard, Beverly Drury, Sandy Schupbach, Mary Saner. 
FOURTH ROW: Lee Parks, John Pigg, John Kammermann, Jack 
Giger, Bill DeMoss, Jim Overton, Don Parrott, LaSalle Johnson, 
Kaywynne Weiler. FIFTH ROW: Miley Palmer, Earl Renshaw.Enloe Krausz, 
Kenneth Horenkamp, Mr. Glen Freiner (director). Dale Best, Gary Jenkins, 
Robert Clark, Richard Howe, Dale Medlin. 



CHOIR 



FRONT ROW, Left to Right; Joyce 
Perotka, Beverly Drury, Wanda 
Pritchard, Alice McPherson, 
Joycelyn Duncan, Phyllis Teel, Mr. 
Glen Freiner (director). SECOND 
ROW: Don Parrott, John Kammer- 
mann, John Pigg. Earl Renshaw, 
Bill DeMoss, Jim Overton. 




PIANO 
QUARTET 




LEFT: Mary Lois Johnston, Bill 
DeMoss. RIGHT: Kaywynne Weiler, 
Mary Mewes. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: 
John Pigg, Jack 
Giger, John Kam- 
mermann, Don 
Parrett. 



MEN'S 
QUARTET 



WOMEN'S 
CHOfR 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Sandie 
Beasley, Phyllis Teel, Mary Lois 
Johnston, Carol Goings, Mary Sauer, 
Joyce Peiotka. SECOND ROW: 
Louise Simmons, Joycelyn Duncan, 
Alice McPherson, Beverly Drury, 
Carol Paddick. THIRD ROW: 
Lois Johnson, Mary Soudets, Melba 
Joellenbeck, Wanda Pr it chard, 
Kaywynne Weiler, Carolyn Render, 
Sandra Schupback. 




BAND 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Carolyn Render. 
Donna Faye Roper, Eugene Beasley, 
Rosalind Lindsay, John Kammermann, 
Judie Gutekunst, Mary Sauer, Dale Best, 
Bill DeMoss, Robert Clark, Don Block, 
Leonard Bohannon, Lucille Pritchard, 
Bill Eden, Gene Brinkman, Don Parrott, 
Ralph Keck, Joyce Klopmeyer, Jack 
Giger, Wanda Pritchard, Theodore 
Pittenger (Director), Marvin Holzhauer, 
Ruth Ann Summers, Jim Birmingham, 
David Matzenbacker, Penny Bagby. 



SAXOPHONE 
QUARTET 



Bill Eden, Joyce Klop- 
meyer, Penny Bagby, 
David Matzenbacker. 



BRASS ENSEMBLE 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene 
Brinkman, Ralph Keck, Lucille 
Pritchard, Don Parron, Don 
Block, Leonard Bohannon, Bill 
DeMoss. 




SIGMA TAU DELTA 




SEATED, First Row, Left to Right: Ethel Pohlman, Lucille Pritchard, Alice McPherson, Kaywynne Weiler. 
SECOND ROW: Joyce Klopmeyer, Jane Massie, Ruth Mathews, Judie Gutekunst, Bette Wadsack, Frances 
Mitchell. STANDING, First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Mildred Silver, Mr. Emerial Owen, Carolyn Render, 
Sandra Schupbach, Mary Lois Johnston, Carol Fritz, Don Brewer, Leddrew Johnson. SECOND ROW: 
Jo Warner, Don Wood, Ronald Hoercher, Miley Palmer, Marvin Brinkman, Dwight McGrew, Art Harms. 



PI KAPPA DELTA 



SEATED, Left to Right: Lucille 
Pritchard, Douglas Johnson, 
Tom Gensler. STANDING, 
Left to Right: Russ Henss, 
Dwight McGrew. 




OFFICE 
STAFF 




SEATED: Anna Merle Kolar. STANDING, Left to Right: 
Georgia Howe, Gene Brinkman, Mary Ann Stanley. 




LIBRARY STAFF 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Joycelyn Duncan, Lucille Pritchard, Carol 
Ann Goings. 



Tom Gensler 



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KITCHEN STAFF 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Gensler, Mary Sauer, Mary Lois Johnston, iMildred Canty, 
Ivy Votrain, Ron Stoltz, Mrs. Florence Tliornley, Don Proctor. 



DINING ROOM STAFF 



LEFT TO RIGHT: 
Don Enright, Beverly 
Drury, Louise Sim- 
mons, Miss Marjorie 
Warner, Donna Faye 
Roper, Alice Mc- 
pherson, MarySouders. 





SIGMA ZETA 



SEATED: Sandra Schupbach. STANDING, 
Left to Right: Rich Herrin, Don Wood, Mr. 
F. A. Fleming, Mr. H. C. Gutekunst. 



F. T. A. 



KNEELING, Left to Right: Judy 
Wier, Joyce Klopmeyer, Donna 
Faye Roper, Gertrude Tiller, 
Judie Gutekunst, Bette Ruth 
Wadsack. FIRST ROW, Stand- 
ing: Mr. Louis Butts (advisor), 
Eddie Archer, Carolyn Render, 
Lois Johnson, Mary Lois Johnston, 
Mary Sauer, Sandra Schupbach, 
Darrell Conner, Richard Herrin, 
Richard Stein. SECOND ROW: 
Virgil Wadsack, Don Brewer, 
Bob Evans, Robert Clark, Bill 
Malina, Don Wood, Don Fleck. 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill 
Cummins, Lois Johnson, 
Bob Edwards, Joyce Perotka, 
Lee Parks, Dale Best, Dr. 
Stimson Smalley, Ernest 
Francis, Glenn Creek, Don 
Metzger, Ed Maddox, 
Frances Mitchell, Roger 
Saxe, Mona Wagner, Bob 
Souders, Carol Gowan, 
Philip Richardson, Bob 
Smith. 




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SEATED, Left to Right: 
Alice McPherson, Angie 
DeWeese, Barbara Bradshaw, 
Carol Gowan, Ruth Ann 
Summers, Mary Ann 
Stanley. KNEELING: Joyce 
Perotka, Mary Souders, 
Donna Faye Roper, Louise 
Simmons, Melba Jollenback, 
Lucille Pritchard. 



STANDING: Mrs. Wm. Umbeth, Wanda Pritchard, 
Mona Wagner, Ruby Chatham, Beverly Drury, Carolyn 
Render, Sharon Amey, Lois Johnson, Joyce lyn Duncan, 
Joyce Klopmeyer, Carol Ann Goings. 




M. C. K. CLUB 



SEATED, Left to Right: Carol 
Paddick, Phyllis Teel, Lee Parks, 
Frances Mitchell, Lois Johnson, 
Ruth Ann Summers. STANDING: 
Joyce Perotka, Dr. Stimson Smalley, 
Donna Faye Roper, Pale Best, Mona 
Wagner, Roger Sax, Don Metzger, 
Bob Richards, Glenn Creek, Don 
Smith, Carol Gowan, Ernest Frances, 
Louise Simmons. 



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PAT FRITZ 

March 17, 1956 




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BEVERLY DRURY 

December 27, 1955 



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(955-56 P. C. C. CHAMPIONS 




FRONT ROW: Rich Stein, Sonny Hubbs, Kenneth Wildhaber, Roger Jensen, Rich Herrin, 
Charles Mitchell. BACK ROW: Arnie Feldt, Ward laun, Hank Smith, Lloyd Castillo, 
Linn Snnith, Jeff Riggs, Coach Collie. 




LAST MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS 




RICH STEIN 



ARNIE FELDT 



LLOYD CASTILLO 



SONNY HUBBS 





RICH HERRIN 





ROGER JENSEN 



CHARLES MITCHELL 



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KENNETH WILDHABER 



'55-'56 GREATER ST. LOUIS CO-CHAMPS 




FRONT ROW: Wendell Burdick, Roger Jensen, Wayne King, Don Proctor, DuaneZachry, 
Donald Laddy, Ward laun. BACK ROW: Coach Collie. Henry Feldt, David O'Neal, 
Tom Emery, Ed Alepra, Harry Statham, Paul Spihlman, Jerry Essington. 




Timer John Symer, Scorer Darrell Conner, and Scorekeeper Prof. Gute- 
kunst, check score during time out while visiiing scorekeeper looks on. 




ED ALEPRA 



LINN SMITH 



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MONA WAGNER 
CAROL GOINGS 
CAROLYN RENDER 
JOYCE KLOPMEYER 
ALICE CREEK 



LEADERS 




LINN FIRES FROM THE OUTSIDE 



WHO SHOT IT?? 




INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM SCORING RECORDS 



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28 


162 


156 


78 


480 


17.1 


29 


180 


202 


90 


562 


19.4 


29 


136 


53 


76 


325 


11.2 


29 


114 


52 


37 


280 


9.7 


29 


103 


86 


88 


292 


10.1 


15 


20 


14 


8 


54 


3.6 


26 


83 


60 


78 


226 


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28 


69 


35 


28 


173 


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11 


11 


3 


6 


25 


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11 


7 


10 


14 


24 


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12 


13 


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DO SOMETHING 



1955-56 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RESULTS 



McK 


78 


McK 


77 


McK 


76 


McK 


83 


McK 


79 


McK 


83 


McK 


83 


McK 


75 


McK 


107 



Turkey HiU AB 61 

Turkey Hill AB 67 

Flat River Junior College 87 

Springfield J.C, 59 

Greenville J. V. 69 

Centralia J.C. 98 

Illinois CoUege J. V. 45 

Flat River Junior College 65 

Eden Seminary 61 



McK 


83 


Belleville J.C. 


89 


McK 


98 


Greenville J.V. 


85 


McK 


74 


Centralia J.C. 


77 


McK 


102 


Sanford -Brown 


55 


McK 


102 


Springfield J.C. 


101 


McK 


105 


Belleville J.C. 


80 


McK 


86 


Eden Seminary 


56 




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(954-'55 P. C. C. CO-CHAM PmNS 




FRONT ROW: Larry Englebright, Darrel Conner, Loy Dale Cruse, Rich Stein, Arnie Feldt. 
BACK ROW: Sonny Hubbs, Rich Herrln, Charles Waldo, BobDosier, Jim Spickard, Lloyd Castillo, 
Phil Leuellen, Coach Collie. 



WRESTLING TEAM 




FRONT ROW: Bill Fester, Don Fleck, Bob Crawley, Carl Draper. BACK ROW: Milton Hart, 
Don Smith. Carol Miller, Jim Murray. 



1954-55 BASEBALL RESULTS 



McK 


14 


Centralia J.C. 


11 


McK 





Greenville 


4 


McK 


13 


Illinois College 


2 


McK 


2 


Quincy 


7 


McK 


1 


Quincy 


8 


McK 


14 


Principia 


5 


McK 


6 


Principia 





McK 


7 


Shurtleff 


4 


McK 


22 


Springfield Cond. 


7 


McK 


13 


Eureka 


7 


McK 


3 


Springfield 


4 


McK 


15 


Rose Poly Institute 


4 


McK 


6 


Harris Teachers 


8 


McK 


1 


Harris Teachers 


6 





'MILLER. LET GO OF MY CHIN" 



Prairie College conference champions and Mc- 
Kendree more and more became synonymous terms as 
Bearcat teams won another basketball crown and the 
basebaU team shared a title. 

The JV's also got into the act, tying for first 
place in their first season in the Greater St. Louis 
conference. 

Coach James E. Collie's basketball team rolled 
up a 23-6 record (11-1 in league play), won its last 
14 straight games, qualified for an N.A.I. A. play- 
off, and ran its home court winning streak to 29. 

Last year's baseball team came from way back 
to gain a loop tie with a 5-2 record. 

The wrestling team picked up a lot of experience- 
-if not many victories. 



TAKES TWO TO TANGO 



GOLF TEAM 




Rich Herrin, Dick Lotz, Coach Artis, Roger Jensen. 



Dick Lotz 




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■FORE" 



Rich Herrin 




"HERE IT COMES" 



Roger Jensen 




"THERE IT GOES" 



TRACK TEAM 




FRONT ROW: Jerry Essington, Rich Herrin, Roger Jensen. BACK ROW: Jack Creek, 
Don Smith, Larry Grove, Coach Collie. 



Jack Creek 



Rich Herrin 




"HERE GOES 



NOW FOR THE NEXT ONE" 




Jerry Essiatj,ion 
"UP AND OVER' 



Roger Jensen 
"WHAT FORM' 





Don Smith 
"THE STARTING GUN' 




THE 
RACKETEERS 



Gene Bramley, Ron Hoercher, Bob Crawley 
David O'Neal, Bill Hunter 



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Ron Hoercher 
"SERVICE WITH A SMILE" 



Bill Hunter 
"YOU'VE GOT TO HIT IT BEFORE YOU GRIN' 



rUROUGH THE YEARS 



Words />v 

EDWARD HEYMAN 



from ihe Musical Plax Throiigl, The Y, 



Andante con 



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VINCENT YOUMAN; 




Published by Miller Music Cor^ 
Iniernotionol Copyright Secured 

All Right! I?ese- 



WAYNE ARTIS 
M.R.E. 



LOUIS BUTTS 
M.A. 



CYCLONE COVEY 
Ph.D. 




W. E. BUSH 



JAMES COLLIE 
P.Ed.D. 



LOY DALE CRUSE 
A.B. 



Katherine Daniel 



Velma Fairburn 
B. S. 



Glenn Freiner 
M. M. 




Raymond r:)aniel 



Fred A. Fleming 
M. A. 



Dorah Grow 
M. Com.Ed. 



HELMUT 
GUTEKUNST 

M.S. 



RICHARD HOWE 



WILSON L. 
MISER Ph.D. 




BLANCHE 
HANBAUM 



ETHEL KAUMP 
Ph.D. 



JAMES 
NETTLETON 



EMERIAL OWEN 
Jr. A.B. 



T. M. PEARSON 
M.A. 



F, J. REYNOLDS 
Ph.D. 




ELIZABETH PARKS 
M.S. 



T. L. PITTENGER 
Mus. Ed. D. 



T. H. REYNOLDS 
Ph.D. 



F. L. 

RICHARDSON 

M.S. 



JAMES E. 
SLAGLE 



STIMSON R. 

SMALLEY 

Ph. D. 




MILDRED SILVER 
Ph. D. 



MARIE SLAGLE 



HOPE STUMPF 
M.A. 




FLORENCE THORNLEY 



RUTH WALTON 



WILLIAM C. WALTON 
Ph. D. 



JOAN WARNER 
A.B. 




MARJORIE 
WARNER 



THOSE NOT PICTURED: Mary Angeline DeWeese , Pat Fritz. Wiley B. Garvin, M. A. , 
Georgia Howe, Anna Merl Kolar. Nell G. Oppitz, M.A., R. C. Sayre, M.A., and 
Mary^nn Stanley. 



PATRONS 


Arthur V. Huffman 


BOARD OF TRUSTEES 


Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Herrin 


R. C. Adair 


Etta Root Edwards 


Harold F. Becker 






BOOSTERS 


R. C. Berry 






FACULTY 


Mrs. A. A. Brown 






Mr. Raymond F. Daniel 


Clyde Funkhouser 






Miss Katherine Daniel 


Mrs. W. A. (Ruby E.) McCracken 






Miss Ruth Walton 


Homer Young 






Dr. W. C. Walton 


Charles W. Brashares 






Miss Joan Warner 


Edward L. Hoffman 






Dr. and Mrs. Russell Grow 


W. A. Robinson 






Dr. Norman Grandy 


Earl U. Yates 






Dr. Mildred Silver 


C. H. Todd 






Dr. W. L. Miser 


D. M. Hardy 






Mr. R. C. Sayre 


SPECIAL 


Mr. Emerial Owen 


Alpha Omega Society 


Mr. Glen Freiner 




Mr. Louis Butts 


BOOSTERS 


Mr. H. Gutekunst 


ALUMNI 


Dr. S. R. Smalley 


Florence Deneen 


Mr. Francis Richardson 


Anthony Sigillit 


Dr. Ethel Kaump 


Dr. Paul W. Yost 





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Memories Are Made Of This 



Medium Bounce Tempo 



Words and Music bj 
TERRY GILKYSON 

RICH DEHR 
FRANK MILLER 




© ia55 by Moniclare Music Cvr^' 
Infernational Copyright Secured^ 




EDDIE ARCHER. East Alton. BUSINESS: MSM '52-'56; Plato, Secretary . Vice-President; 
President; McKendrean Staff; F.T.A. '52-'56. 

EDBERT BOWSER, Sandoval. 

MARVIN BRINKMANN, Carlyle. BUSINESS EDUCATION: Transfer from Southern 
Illinois Univeristy. 



KENNETH CASTELU, Belleville. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Transfer from BeUeville 
Junior College; Wrestling '55. 



KAY CLARK, Belleville. BUSINESS: Alpha Omega •54-'56. Reporter. Vice-President. 
Social Chairman; Drama Club •54-'55. Variety Show; McKendrean Staff •54-'56.' 
Advertising Staff. Co-Editor; Review Staff •54-'56. Reporter. Editor, Feature Edi- 
tor, Sports Editor; Chorus '55; Transfer from Millikin University. 

ROY COLSON. Lebanon. BUSINESS EDUCATION: Transfer from University of Wisconsin. 

F. GLENN CREEK, Palestine. FRENCH: MSM '54-'55. •55-'56. President; Kappa Chi 
■54-'56. Vice-President; McK Club ■54-'56; Transfer from Vincennes University. 

LEON FITZGERALD. Casper. Wyoming. BIOLOGY: Transfer from Arkansas City Junior 
College; Plato '54-'56. Chaplain, Vice-President; President; Review Staff ■54-'55. 
Assistant Circulation Manager; F.T. A. '54-'56. 




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DONALD FLECK. Enfield. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: MSM •52-'56; Philo •52-'56, 
Vice-President; F. T.A. '52- '56; Basketball Junior Varsity Manager '53-'56; 
Wrestling '54-'56; "M" Club '54-'56; Dormitory Proctor. 

ERNEST FRANCIS. Vandalia. SPEECH 

CAROL FRITZ, Lebanon. BIOLOGY: Alpha Omega '54-'56, Reporter; Parliamentarian; 
Sigma Tau Delta '54-'56; McKendrean, '52, '55-'56, Freshman Editor, Co-Edi- 
tor; Review Staff '52-'55, Reporter, Feature Editor, News Editor; WAA '52; '54-55 
Homecoming Queen. 

WILLIAM HANSON, East St. Louis. BIOLOGY: Transfer from Westminster College. 



RICHARD HERRIN, Ashley. CHEMISTRY -PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Plato •52-'54. 
Vice-President; Sigma Zeta 'SS-'SB; Student -Faculty Council "SS-'Se; F.T.a! 
'53-'56, Vice-president; Basketball ■51-'53, ■54-'56; Baseball 'SS. •54-'55; Track 
'52-'56;"M" Club '52-'56, Secretary -Treasurer, Vice-president, President; Who's 
Who '65-'56;PresidentFreshmanClass; Secretary Sophomore Class; Vice-president 
Senior Class. 

RICHARD HOWE, St. Jacob. SOCIAL STUDIES: McKendrean Staff 'SS-'SS, Adver- 
tising Manager; Review Staff 'SS-'SS, Reporter, Religion Editor; Play Casts 'SB. 
"The Admirable Crichton"; Chorus '55-'56. 

CLETUS HUBBS, Paducah, Kentucky. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Transfer from Paducah 
Junior College; Review Staff '55; Basketball •54-'56; Baseball '54-'56; "M" Club 
'54-'56. 

LEDDREW JOHNSON, East St. Louis. ENGLISH: McKendrean Staff; Review Staff; Sigma 
Tau Delta. 





LOUIS KAMPMEYER, Caseyville. CHEMISTRY: Plato, F.T. A. , McKendrean Staff; 
■'M" Club. 

DWIGHT KLINE, Sandoval. SPEECH: Basketball '51 . 

RON KOLAR, New Baden. PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

ENLOE KRAUSZ, New Baden. BUSINESS: Philo '52-'56. 



JOHN UNEBERRY 

ALICE MC PHERSON, Litchfield. RELIGION: MSM '52-'56, Worship Chairman. Re- 
presentative to the Religious Life Council; Clio '52-'56, Secretary, Critic, Presi- 
dent; Sigma Tau Delta '54-'56, Secretary; WSCS '52-'56; Kappa Chi '52-'55, 
Secretary; Student-Faculty Council '54-'55, Secretary; Cheerleader '53-'54; 
Chorus '52-'56; Chapel Choir '52-'55; Trio '52-'54; WHO's Who 'SS-'se; Home- 
coming Queen Candidate '55-'56; Religious Life Council '54-'56; Publications 
Board'55-'56. 

PAUL PEARSON, Fillmore. EDUCATION: Veterans' Club 'SS-'Se. President. 

W. RAYMOND RICHARDSON, Mascoutah. SOCIAL STUDIES. 





DONNA FAYE ROPER, Posey. EDUCATION: Band '52-'55, Treasurer; Clio '52-'56, 
President; Student-Faculty Council '54, Secretary-Treasurer; Kappa Chi "52- '56; 
WSCS '52-'56, President; MSM '52-'56, Vice-President, State Representative; 
McK Club, '52-'54, President; F.T. A . '52-'56. President; Homecoming Candidate 
'53; Religious Life Council '53. 

JOHN RUCK, East St. Louis. HISTORY. 



SANDRA SCHUPBACH, Percy. CHEMISTRY: MSM '52-'56; Alpha Omega '54-'56. 
Vice-President, Chaplain; Sigma Zeta '55-'56; Sigma Tau Delta '53-'56; WSCS 
'52-'56; Student-Faculty Council '53-'56, President; Chorus '55-'56; Who's Who 
'56; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant '53-'56. 

MARY SOUDERS, Centralia. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: MSM '52-'56; Alpha Omega 
'54-'56, President; WSCS •52-'56; F.T. A. '52-'56. 



RICHARD STEIN, New Baden. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Philo •53-'54; Review Staff 
'53-'54; F.T.A. "SS-'Se; Basketball '53-'56: Baseball •54-"56; Track "55; "M" 
Club '54-'56, Vice-president. 

RONALD STOLTZ, Mt. Carmel. BUSINESS: MSM '52-'56; Philo •54-'56, Vice-presi- 
dent, President; F.T.A. '52-'56; Chorus. 

WALTER G. STOREY, Enfield. HISTORY: MSM •52-'56. Vice-president, Songleader; 
Philo '52-'56, Recording Secretary; Kappa Chi '52-'56; Vice-president; McK Club 
'52-'56; Track '52-'53; Play Casts '56, "The Admirable Crichton"; Choir '52-'55, 
President; Band '55-'56; MSM Quartet and Trio; McKendree Caravan Team; Senior 
Class President '55 -'56. 

BETTE WADSACK, Mounds. ENGLISH: MSM '52-'53; Clio 'SS-'SG, Vice-president, 
Chaplain, Librarian, Critic; Sigma Tau Delta '55-'56, Vice-president; WSCS 
'52-'54; Student-Faculty Council '53-'54, Clark Hall Representative; McKendrean 
Staff '53-'54, Sophomore Representative; Play Cast '52-'53; "Deacon Dubbs"; 
Chorus '52-'55; Chapel Choir '52-'54; Girb' Trio '52-'54; Who's Who •55-'56; 
Opera '54, "The Telephone"; WAA '52-'53; Alpha Psi Omega •52-'53; Amanda 
Glenn Contest '54, First Place. 





VIRIGL E. WADSACK, Burden, Kansas. HISTORY: Plato '53-'56, Treasurer, Second 
Critic, President, First Critic, Chaplain; Student-Faculty Council '54; McKendrean 
Staff •54-'55, Editor; Review Staff '54-'55; Feature Editor, Sports Editor; F.T.A. 
'54-'56, Vice-President; Baseball '54; Golf '56; "M" Club '54-'56; PublicRelations, 
Assistant to the President; Who's Who '56; Director of Publicity for Athletics, '54- 
'55; Veterans' Club '55-'56; Religious Life Council '53-'54; Public Affairs Forum 
'53-'55; Delegate to Principia Conference '56. Transfer Missouri University. 

DONNIE WOOD, Wayne City. CHEMISTRY-BIOLOGY: Philo '53-'56, Recording Secre- 
tary, First Critic, President; Sigma Zeta '55-'56; Sigma Tau Delta '53-'56, Treas- 
urer; Student-Faculty Council '54, Representative - at - large; McKendrean Staff 
'55-'56, Senior Class Editor; Band '53-'54; Who's Who '56; President Junior Class 
'54-'55; Principia College Public Affairs Conference '55; Chemistry Laboratory 
Assistant '54-'56; Transfer from University of Illinois. 



NOT PICTURED 



Bob Anderson 
James Birmingham 
Leah M. Burroughs 
Rada Caldwell 
Darrel Conner 
John Creek 
Bruce Davidson 
Ethelbert Dawson 
Janet Elliott 
Louis B. Gilmer 
Lois Johnson 



Ethel Kirchner 
Dorothy Lorenz 
Mildred McDowell 
H. C. Mellone 
Josephine Millet 
Robert Mushrush 
Helen Siefferman 
Helen Simpson 
lenna Tate 
Charles E. Tigue 



SENIORS lU 



ADULT EDUCATION 



Bessie B. Harden, Salem 
Dolly Redford 

Amelia Cole Uddell, Lovejoy 
Luella Limestall, Waterloo 





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Lucile Baugh Lowman, Salem 
Viola Schuetz, Mascoutah 
Paula Martin, Mascoutah 
Marie Whitkamp 



Turn Back The Hands Of Time 



Rather, 



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\Y EATON, A.SC.A P. 
WAGNER, A.S.C A.P. 
ON HAMMOND 





Copyright 1961 by ChoICI MCSIC, l!fC.,9109 Sunset Blvd HoUywood Calif 
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 

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Jim Adair 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Dale Best 
Worden 

Bill Bohbrink 
Okawville 



Darrel Conner 
Borden, Kansas 

Bill Cummins 
Troy 

Bob Edwards 
Galatia 




JUNIOR 



Judie Gutekunst 
Lebanon 

Art Harms, Jr. 
Lebanon 



Mary Lois Johnston 
Cisne 



Mary Mewes 
Highland 

Charles Mitchell 
Sterling 

Lee Parks 
luka 



Joyce Perotka 
Caseyville 

Ethel Pohlman 
O 'Fallon 

Lucile Pritchard 
E. Alton 








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CLASS 




Philip Richardson 
Mascoutah 

Frank Rohr 
BL-Ucville 

Mary Sauer 
Murphysboro 



Louise Simmons 
Carmi 

Jim Spickard 
E. St. Louis 

Bob Sprinz 
Belleville 



Mary Ann Stanley 
Crossville 

Paul Streuter 
Okawville 

Bill Travelstead 
E. St. Louis 



THOSE NOT PICTURED: 








Donald Aldridge 
Lebanon 


Nigel Brown 
Carlyle 


Ruth Grain 
Belleville 


John Creek 
Lebanon 


Vannetta Ewin 
E. St. Louis 


Gerald Fochtmann 
Lebanon 


Wayne Gartside 
Lebanon 


Rich Hilmes 
Breese 


Ed Layton 
Belleville 


Jane Massie 
Trenton 


Ruth Matthews 
BeUeville 


Paul Motzer 
Mt. Vernon 


Donna Faye Roper 
Posey 

Dorothy Thompson 
Scott A.F.B. 


Dale Sanner 
Sorento 


Mary Soudcrs 
Centralia 



SPONSORS 


Mr. &Mrs. R. C. Sayre 


BUSINESS PLACES 


D. W. Utley 


Pfeffer MilUng Company (W. C. Pfeffer) 


Miss Ruth Walton 


Cleve C. Weyenberg Company 


W. C. Walton 


Battoes Cafe 


Dr. & Mrs. T. L. Pittenger 


Brede's IGA 


W. J. Gordley 


Herb's Service 


Minnie M. Phillips 


Louis Poole 


Lida Muck 


Lebanon Adveriisier 


Dr. &Mrs. C. J. Stowell 


Bunge's Bakery 


Mrs. P. R. Glotfelty 


E. & R. Weber Hardware 


Ella C. Waggoner 


Klein's Clothing and Dry Goods 


Mrs. Dan Mowe 


K. & C. Service 


Mr. & Mrs. Eldon Heer 


Kroger Company (Fordyce Smith) 


Ruth E. Chamberlin 


Ben Franklin 50 - $1,00 Store 


Mrs. Cora R. Berry 


Daumueller Gift Shop 


Dr. R. C. Berry 


Hat Company 


Mr. & Mrs. Ned C. Gander & Family 


City Meat Market 


Dr. c& Mrs. F.A. Renner 


Lebanon Cafe 


Mr. & Mrs. Engel Grow 


Grupe Insurance Agency 


Dr. & Mrs. Russell Grow 




E. P. Baker 


BOOSTERS 






O. H. Kleinschmidt 


LEBANON METHODISTS 






Mr. & Mrs. Lester H. Fritz 


Judie Gutekunst 






Lt, & Mrs. Eugene Hoyt 


Harrison Church 






Mrs. Florence Thornley 


F.A. Behymer 





THE HIGH AND THE MIGHTY 

From the Wayni--F.llows Produtiun Ri I' .istd through Warner Bros 

Words by "THE HIGH AND Tir mtv 

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Eugene Beasley 
Maryville 

Leonard Bohannon 
E. St. Louis 

Barbara Bradshaw 
Cairo 



Gene Brinkman 
Okawville 

Charley Brown 
E. St. Louis 

Angie DeWeese 
Cairo 



Dennis Doane 
Centralia 

Max Dombrowski 
Yonkers, New York 

Beverly Drury 
Marion 



Joycelyn Duncan 
Marion 

Larry Englebright 
Fairfield 

Bill Fester 
Centralia 



Robert Fitts 
Greenville 

Pat Fritz 
Lebanon 



Philip Gardner 
Mt. Vernon 



Tom Gensler 

Ft. Morgan, Colorado 

Carol Ann Goings 
Godfrey 

Larry Grove 
Marlon 



Milton Hart 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Dave Heck 
Decatur 

Gary Jenkins 
Centralia 




CLASS 



Roger Jensen 
Shattuc 

Robert Kelly 
Coulterville 

Ed Koch 
Trenton 



Rosalind Lindsay 
Tilden 

Dwight McGrew 
Xenia 

Ed Maddox 
Mascoutah 



Bill Ma Una 
New Baden 

Carol Miller 
Anna 



Frances Mitchell 
Granite City 





Russell Oden 
Staunton 

Miley Palmer 
Hartford 



Marilyn Rgasdale 
Eldorado 



Carolyn Render 
Harrisburg 

Richard Schwoerke 
Highland 

Linn Smith 
Brookpon 



Robert Souders 
Centralia 

Mona Wagner 
Maracaibo, Venezuela 

Judy Weir 

Overland Park, Kansas 



THOSE NOT 


PICTURED 


Crawford Amick 


Robert King 


Lloyd Castillo 


Joyce Klopmeyer 


Robert Clark 


Landall Mack 


Willie Mae Dockery 


Charles Malone 


Gladys Entrekin 


Paul Mueth 


Robert Evans 


Minnie Nicholson 


Arnold Feldt 


James Ovenon 


Russell Fickbohm 


Arthui Rock 


Richard Hellige 


Harry Sale 


Russell Hudlin 


Delores Silvers 


Ernest Hudson 


Paul Spihlman 


Billy Jones 


Charles Tindle 


John Kammermann 


Kaywynne Weiler 


Jim Kapp 


Kenneth Wildhaber 



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George Ackerman 
Mascoutah 

Paul Adams 
Edwardsville 

Edward Alepra 
Benid 



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Sharon Arney 
Belleville 

Penny Bagby 
Cairo 

Sandra Jan Beasley 
Caseyville 



Don Block 
Collinsville 

Helen Brown 
Belknap 

Wendell Buidick 
Grand Tower 



Ruby Chatham 
Vandalia 

Dennis Cockrell 
Hartford 

Robert Crawley 
Belleville 



John Cummins 
Marissa 

Bill De Moss 
Pontiac 

Carl Draper 
Hartford 




FRESHMAN 





Bill Eden 
Belleville 



Tom Emery 
Dowell 

Don Enrighi 
Tamms 



Jerry Essington 
Carlyle 

Margaret Gensler 
Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Jack Glger 
CoUinsville 



CLASS 




George Goehner 
O'Fallon 

Carol Gowan 
East St. Louis 

Carmett Helms 
Mascoutah 



Kenneth Horenkamp 
O'Fallon 

Bill Hunter 
South Roxana 

Ward laun 
West Frankfort 



Melba Joellenbeck 
Okawville 

Ralph Keck 
O'Fallon 

Jackie Killgrove 
Percy 



Wayne King 
Powell 

John Lorentzen 
Centerville 

Landall Mack 
Lebanon 



David Matzenbacher 
Okawville 

Ron Mauck 
Trenton 

Dale Medlin 
Carmi 




Don Metzger 
Mount Vernon 

Wendell Mitchell 
Lebanon 

James Murray 
Edwardsville 







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John Ott 
Collinsville 

Carol Paddick 
Sumner 

John Parker 
Collinsville 



Don Parrott 
Cairo 

John Pigg 
O 'Fallon 






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Richard Pinkstaff 
Farina 



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M^Mi^ArfMlriMMd^MkHte 



Wanda Pritchard 
East Alton 

Don Proctor 
Broughton 

Earl Renshaw 
Carmi 



Jefferson Riggs 
Venice 

Roger Saxe 
Albion 



Dwight Schuetz 
Alton 




Lloyd Sidel 
O 'Fallon 

Don Smith 
Alton 



Harland Smith 
Alton 



Robert Smith 
West Frankfort 

Harry Statham 
Brookport 

Doris Storey 
Enfield 



Dolores Storey 
Enfield 

Ruth Ann Summers 
Edwardsville 

Phyllis Teal 
Christopher 




THOSE NOT PICTURED 



Gertrude Tiller 
E. St. Louis 



Rose Marie White 
E. St. Louis 




George Anderson 
Lee Bales 
Richard Bassler 
James Bolk 
Robert Brooks 
Ron Chase 
David Duhl 
Hermann Jauke 
Henry Feldt 
Charles Gaut 



Treasuree Hatter 
Raymond Hobbs 
Marvin Holzhauer 
Andrew Jackson 
David Jargon 
Lasalle Johnson 
Donald Laddy 
Aurelia Lowry 
Louis Mehelic 
Mary Miller 



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Gerald Moske 
David O'Neal 
David Packard 
Darnie Sanders 
Melvin Satterlee 
Henry Smith 
John Stevenson 
Marcellus Tewes 



FRESHMAN GIRLS' INITIATION 




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FRESHMAN BOYS' CHANGING TIRE 




FRESHMAN BOY HELPING UPPERCLASS- 

MAN 



BOOSTERS 



Rev. Harold Slaten 



Rev. Harry M. Fisto 



MINISTERS 



Rev. W. Lirely 

Rev. Joseph C. Harris 



Rev. & Mrs. J. W. A. Kinison 



Rev. Max L. Martin 



Rev. Clyde Funkhouser 



Rev. C. ToUey 



Rev. W. Ernest Connett 



Rev. L. E. Dude 



First Methodist Church 
East St. Louis 

Rev. Eugene M. Leckrone 



Rev. Edward Minor 



Rev. Frank E. Harris 



Rev. Earl E. Stadge 



Rev. Glen N. Fisher 



Rev. Robert H. Simpson 



Rev. W. L. Cummins 



Rev. Harold M. Cady 

Rev. Carl D. Mitchell 

Rev. John Henderson 

Pastor John E. Attey 

Rev. O. F. Whitlock 

Dr. S. R. Smalley 

Rev. & Mrs. A. B. Clodfelter 



Rev. A. W. Hendrix 



Rev. Raymond H. Switzer 



Rev. Roger Cullison 



Rev. and Mrs. Homer Herrin 



Rev. George Jenkins Jr. 



Rev. John H. Lineberry 



Rev. William Sims 



Neighborhood House Methodist Church 
East St. Louis 



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What makes an annual? Is it the cover, the pages depicting life on campus, the in- 
formation about faculty and students, and patron pages? A yearbook is all of this and 
more. It's a lot of work, late hours in the Journalism room with Jo, assembling copy, 
doing write ups, planning, revising, and making the final mats. There have been dis- 
agreements, feverish activity, and a lot of fun too. The editors could not have possibly 
completed the final copy of the McKendrean without the combined efforts of our complete 
staff. Miss Kinder, "Wally," from Artcraft Studio in Belleville, and Don Brown, Com- 
mercial photographer in Lebanon. Thus we offer you this--the completion of our com- 
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