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Lebanon. IL 62254 



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mckendrean 

'62 



mckendree college 



ebanon illinois 




dedication 



table of contents 



1 administration 



2 faculty 



3 honoraries 



4 cla 



sses 



5 


organizations 


6 


who's who 


7 


intangibles 


8 


athletics 


9 


activities 



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administration 




DR. MAX P. ALLEN 
President 







W. NORMAN GRANDY 
Dean 




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EMERIAL OWEN 
Registrar 





VIRGIL CHURCH 
Business Manager 




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REV. JOHN TURNER 
Director of Development and 
Church Relations 



1 




JOHN GODWIN 
Director of Summer and Evening 
College 




12 




BEATRICE GODWIN 
Librarian 






ROBERT E. CATES 

Director of Public and 

Alumni Relations 



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personnel 




"Mom" Keck, bookstore; William 
Gross, maintenance; "Mom" Thorn- 
ley, Dietician. 



OFFICE STAFF-Kathy Meggs, 
Doris Lauer, Betty DeWerff, 
Mary Lou Rutland, Phyllis 
Neis, Bill Fullbright, Louis 
Kittle. 




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yearbook patrons 



Gerald Heuman 

Bob Wade 

Fred Robinson 

Charles Bullock 

Mary Louise Thomas 

Robert Hood 

Henry Fajans 

Barbara Mc'.^cy 

Lonnie Morid 

Lyla Foitmeyer 

Keith Chapman 

Buddie Johnson 

Mrs. Lucy Gu I lick 

Daze Hanks 

Charles Parriott 

Curtis Reed 

Don Fiorio 

Mr. Robert Brown 

Jerry Britt 

Ed Pflaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lee 

Patsy Creed 

Melvin Lischer 

Ralph E. Phillippe 

Carl E. Carter 

Guy Dauphin 

Helen Leggett 

Joyce Spencer 

Larry Cook 



Mr. Orville Schanz 

Delbert Bushong 

Don Lee Wurn 

Denny Symer 

Bonnie McBride 

Agnes Robinson 

Omer Jones 

Geraldine Wille 

Dr. and Mrs. Max P. Allen 

Michael Meyer 

James Malina 

Charles May 

Sylvia Korte 

Dr. Otha Clark 

Roger Knox 

Lafe McCorkle 
Jim Williamson 
John Schieppe 
Harold Shaffer 
Ann Webb 
Mike Harrell 
Jackie Wilbret 
Darrell Franklin 
Bob Miller 
Jim Pitts 
John O. Brown 
Beverly Gamble 
Myra Lirely 



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faculty 



division of fine arts 




MR. GLENN FREINER 
Music 





MR. ORVILLE SCHANZ 
Music 




MR. WILLIAM HODGE 
Art 




MR. KENT WERNER 
Music 



MR. GEORGE TUERCK 
Music 



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division of languages 
and literature 




DR. JOHN W. MC CAIN, JR. 
English 



DR. MILDRED SILVER 
English 





MRS. ELLICE SIMMONDS 
English 



MRS. MARY E. WILLIAMS 
Speech 



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division of science 




MR. FRED FLEMING 
Biology 




MR. EDWARD SAKURAI 

Mathematics 




DR. LESTER WICKS 
Chemistry 



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division of social studies 




DR. ROLAND RICE 
Religion 





DR. OTHA CLARK 
History 




MR. ROBERT BROWN 
Sociology 




MR. ELDON DITTEMORE 
Business Education 



DR. LOREN FREEMAN 
Education 



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MR. DALE CRUSE 
Physical Education 




MR. JAMES OLDFIELD 
Psychology and Director of 
Athletics 




DR. ROBERT COX 
History 



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MRS. LUCY GULLICK 
Dormitory Director, Clark Hall 



part time faculty 



ALDRICH, GORDON 
BAUERSACHS, L. D. 
BIAGI, ALMA 
BUTTS, LOUIS 
COX, NELL 
COX, RALPH 
DICKERMAN, ALLEN 
FAIRBURN, VEL 
GARCIA, MARINO 
GREER, FREEMAN 
HIRONS, SIDNEY 



HORNER, ETHEL 
KERR, WHITNEY 
KESTLY, WILLIAM 
MILLER, CHARLES 
MOORE, DANIEL 
NIES, PHYLLIS 
PARK, HELEN 
PUTT, DWIGHT 
SIMMONDS, ELLICE 
SMITH, CLYDE 
TRAINER, CURTIS 



TUERCK, GEORGE 



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onoranes 



class of '62 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President Carl Carter 

Vice-President David Behrens 

Secretary-Treasurer Carol Loyet 



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JAMES LYNN BARROW 
Belleville, Illinois 



DAVID EARL BEHRENS 
Bunker Hill, Illinois 





CARL E. CARTER 
Robinson, Illinois 



RICHARD BOYD CARTER 
Filmore, Illinois 



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VELERA ANN CASE 
Joppa, Illinois 



BILLY M. COATNEY 
Centralia, Illinois 





DONALD MARVIN COLLIER 
Scoff A.F.B., Illinois 



LARRY THOMAS COOK 
Belleville, Illinois 



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PATSY KAY CREED 
O'Fallon, Illinois 



PAUL ALLEN DEVOR 
Kelt, Illinois 





HERBERT WAYNE FORCADE 
Alton, Illinois 



WILLIAM A. FULBRIGHT 
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 



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KENNETH LEE HARMS 
Lebanon, Illinois 



MARK GAINES HILL 
Lebanon, Illinois 





SAM LEE HIPPLE 
Mascoutah, Illinois 




HOWARD DAVID KENNEY 
Easf Si. Louis, Illinois 



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ORVAL HAROLD KIMMLE 
O'Fallon, Illinois 




ROGER R. KNOX 
Mf. Vernon, Illinois 




IONE KOLM 
Marine, Illinois 



MARY FRANCES LECKRONE 
Belleville, Illinois 



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HELEN M. LEGGETT 
Lebanon, Illinois 



MELVIN JOHN LISCHER 
New Athens, Illinois 





CAROL ANN LOYET 
Lebanon, Illinois 



THEO LAFAYETTE MC CORKLE 
Louisville, Illinois 



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BARBARA ANNE MATORY 
East St. Louis, Illinois 





IRENE D. MOLITOR 
Lebanon, Illinois 



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BETTY JANE MORTON 
Ceniralia, Illinois 



PHYLLIS DOROTHY NIES 
Trenton, Illinois 



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SANDRA J. OZMENT 
Lebanon, Illinois 



RALPH EUGENE PHILUPPE 
Willow Hill, Illinois 





JAMES HERBERT RABER 
St. Louis, Missouri 



THOMAS JAMES RABER 
Si. Louis, Missouri 



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ROBERT W. REED 
Mascoutah, Illinois 



DAVE GENE REINHARDT 
New Baden, Illinois 





JERRY RHYNE 
Collinsville, Illinois 



BILLY EUGENE RUSHING 
Lebanon, Illinois 



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GARY CARL SCHELLER 
Mt. Olive, Illinois 



LINDA SUE SEAY 
Rockford, Illinois 





JACK D. THARP 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



DELORES TIEDEMANN 
Belleville, Illinois 



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DAN E. WALKER 
Beckemeyer, Illinois 




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ANNE WEBB 
Ewing, Illinois 



THOMAS EDWARD WELCH, JR. 
Sparta, Illinois 



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JACKIE M. WILBRET 
Be//ev/7/e, Illinois 



ERROL VICTOR WILLIAMS 
Perryville, Missouri 





FLOYD D. WILLIAMS 
West Frankfort, Illinois 



WILLIE EUGENE WILLIAMS 
Co/p, Illinois 



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SENIORS 

NOT 

PICTURED 



DAVID B. CLARK 
Martinsville, Illinois 

JUDITH SUE COLEMAN 
E/co, Illinois 

DONALD LEE CRESS 
Okawville, Illinois 

GUY ALLEN DAUPHIN 
Caseyville, Illinois 

WARREN WILLIAM ITTNER 
Smithton, Illinois 

RAYMOND DWIGHT JONES 
West Frankfort, Illinois 

ROBERT CHARLES KUBACH 
Summit, New Jersey 

CHARLES RAYMOND RANN 
Lebanon, Illinois 

PHILLIP R. SNIDER 
St. Jacob, Illinois 

MARY P. VOORHEES 
Scoff A. F. B., Illinois 

INA MAE WINSTEAD 
Lebanon, Illinois 



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senior pursuits 



Carol Loyet 





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Linda Seay 



Warren Ittner, Dave Clark 





Paul Devor 



John Schieppe, Pat Creed 








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jerry lamkin 



Class of '62 



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classes 



















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class o 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President Denis Symer 

Vice-President John Schieppe 

Secretary Bill Opper 



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MILDRED BECKEMEYER 
Carlyle, Illinois 



BILL BLYTHE 
Norn's City, Illinois 




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RONALD BODTKE 
Websfer Groves, Missouri 



GARY BOLES 
Centralia, Illinois 





ALONA CAVINS 
O'Fallon, Illinois 



LARRY COFIELD 
Carrier Mills, Illinois 




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DELORES CORRIE 
Lebanon, Illinois 



RAYDEAN DAVIS 
McLeansboro, Illinois 





JOE DAWSON 
Maplewood, Missouri 



JAN DELANEY 

Flora, Illinois 




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VIRGINIA DUDE 
Grayville, Illinois 



DARRELL FRANKLIN 
Louisville, Illinois 





DENNY GRANINGER 
Palos Park, Illinois 



ORVAL HARRIS 
East St. Louis, Illinois 




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RAY HASSETT 
Harrisburg, Illinois 



VIRGINIA HUTCHINGS 
Martinsville, Illinois 





JEANETTE JOHNSON 
West Bend, Wisconsin 



SYLVIA KORTE 
Lebanon, Illinois 




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BOB JOHNSON 
Marion, Illinois 



PATSY KITTINGER 
Carmi, Illinois 





BEN LENTZ 
Coulterville, Illinois 



BONNIE MC BRIDE 
New Athens, Illinois 




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JIM MALINA 

New Baden, Illinois 



CARL MANIER 
Sfonefort, Illinois 





CHARLES MAY 
Nashville, Illinois 



JAN MARTIN 
Olney, Illinois 





MIKE MEYER 
Belleville, Illinois 



JOELLEN MINTON 

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles 






BILL OPPER 
Canton, Illinois 



CHARLES PARRIOTT 
Lawrenceville, Illinois 




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AGNES ROBINSON 
Kane, Illinois 



BOB SAGAN 
Chicago, Illinois 





JOHN SCHIEPPE 
Summit, New Jersey 



JANET LEE SCHOETTLE 
Belleville, Illinois 




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SKIP SCHWERDTFEGER 
Trenton, Illinois 



JOYCE SPENCER 
Amboy, Illinois 





DENNY SYMER 
Lebanon, Illinois 



WARREN STIEG 
Okawville, Illinois 




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JIM WOODS 
Arthur, Illinois 



MIKE WOOLCOTT 
Harrisburg, Illinois 




JUNIORS NOT PICTURED 



DARRELL ARMISTEAD 
DENNIS BECHTOLD 
DELBERT BUSHONG 
GEORGE CAMPBELL 
JOE RUDY CHAPMAN 
JAMES COPPLE 
JAMES HAVEL 
WARREN HUFFMAN 
SIDNEY MC CLURE 



THELMA MITCHELL 
CHARLES REZBA 
JERRY LEE RHYNE 
BRENT RICHARDSON 
HOSSEIN SARRAFPOUR 
HAROLD SCHAFFER 
ALLEN SCHOMAKER 
GARY SPICER 




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class of '64 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

President Terry Burk 

Vice-President David Nottrott 

Secretary-Treasurer Pat Carson 



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JOEL BERNER 
Lebanon, Illinois 



DEAN BLACKBURN 
Fairfield, Illinois 





ANNETTE BOYD 
Mt. Vernon, Illinois 



RICHARD BRINK 
East Sf. Louis, Illinois 





JOHN BROWN 
Robinson, Illinois 



TERRY BURK 
Lebanon, Illinois 





DONA CAMPE 
Lebanon, Illinois 



PAT CARSON 
Decatur, Illinois 




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CARTER CLENDENIN 
Roclcwooa", Illinois 



LEE ROY COSTELLIA 
Mound City, Illinois 






THERESA DAWE 
Morion, Illinois 



BETTY DEWERFF 
A/If. Olive, Illinois 





JON DUNN 
Palestine, Illinois 



LYNETTE EBERHARDT 
Johnston City, Illinois 





MAURICE EIGENRAUCH 
Nashville, Illinois 



BEVERLY FIRGUSON 
Midwest City, Oklahoma 





MARY LEA GAGNON 
Lee Center, Illinois 



SUE GASSMANN 
Rockford, Illinois 




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LUEREATHA GRIFFIN 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



BARBARA GULLICK 
Mascoutah, Illinois 





MICHAEL HALLER 
Roclcford, Illinois 



MICHAEL HARRELL 
Louisville, Illinois 





DAVID HANKS 
Aurora, Illinois 



GEORGE HASKELL 
Ambridge, Pa. 





OMER JONES 
Sandoval, Illinois 



THOMAS LANGE 
Freeburg, Illinois 




DORIS MAYES 
Scott A.F.B., Illinois 



LAWRENCE MEGGS 
Kosciusko, Mississippi 





BOB MILLER 
Nashville, Illinois 



MICHAEL NAPP 
V/oodriver, Illinois 




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DAVID NOTTROTT 
Addieville, Illinois 



PHYLLIS OZMENT 
Lebanon, Illinois 





SANDRA PETERSON 
Manhattan, Illinois 



james Pins 

Collinsville, Illinois 




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DAVID RAWLINGS 
Lebanon, Illinois 



CURTIS REED 
Macedonia, Illinois 





VICTOR RUSSELL 
Effingham, Illinois 



CARL TEMPLE 
Lebanon, Illinois 





DAWN WAND 
Rock Hill, Missouri 



BETSY WANG 
Taipei, Taiwan 





WILLIAM WHITTAKER 
Wolf Lake, Illinois 



GERALDINE WILLE 
Troy, Illinois 




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JIM WILKERSON 
East St. Louis, Illinois 



DON WURM 
Carlyle, Illinois 




SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED 



RALPH BASSO 
BRITT BOOKER 
LEONARD CLENDENIN 
BEN ELLIS 
DUNCON LAMONS 



JOHN MOWE 
ROBERT PATTERSON 
BENJAMINE REZBA 
DAVE ROACH 
KAYLOR STEVENSON 



SPECIAL STUDENTS NOT PICTURED 



HOWARD BOLLER 
JAMES CRYDER 



LARRY MC ALLISTER 



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class of '65 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

President Corky Manis 

Vice-President Gerald Heuman 

Secretary-Treasurer Peggy Lentz 



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PAUL ANDERS 
Brighton, Illinois 



HARLYN BECKMAN 
Jacob, Illinois 





LELAND BELANGEE 
Fairfield, Illinois 



KAREN BENNETT 
Columbus, Ohio 




GERRY BICZ 
Kenmore, New York 



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MARTHA BOLLINGER 
Lebanon, Illinois 






JERRY BRITT 
Summit, New Jersey 




CHARLES BULLOCK 
Chester, Illinois 




SHIRLEY BURKE 
St. Louis, Missouri 



WILLIAM CARL 

East St. Louis, Illinois 




KEITH CHAPMAN 
Johnston City, Illinois 



RICHARD CLASEN 
Chester, Illinois 





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JAMES COPE 


ROBERT COPE 






Lebanon, Illinois 


Lebanon, Illinois 










BILL CRAWLEY 


JUDY DALEY 






East St. Louis, Illinois 


Madison, Illinois 




FRANK DEWERFF 
Mt. Olive, Illinois 



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ROLAND DEVOR 
Salem, Illinois 







HENRY FAJANS 


STANLEY FALKENHAIN 






Okawville, Illinois 


Sparta, Illinois 










DALE FERTIG 


DON FIORIO 






St. Louis, Missouri 


Highland, Illinois 





JAMES FORRLER 
Bunker Hill, Illinois 



MAMIE FRISINA 
Meadville, Pennsylvania 



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BEVERLY GAMBLE 


BILL GLADSON 






Caseyville, Illinois 


Marissa, Illinois 










NELLIE GRAY 


JANE GRAY 






Paierson, New Jersey 


Paterson, New Jersey 





CURT HAYDEN 
Columbia, Illinois 



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GARY HAAS 
Lebanon, Illinois 







LARRY HALE 


MARILYN HESTER 






Johnston City, Illinois 


Sandoval, Illinois 










BILL HELLMER 


GERALD HEUMAN 






Jacob, Illinois 


Walsh, Illinois 





LEON HOUGH 
O/ney, Illinois 



CHARLYN KERBERG 
Lebanon, Illinois 





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DAVID KESSLER 


PAUL KING 






Lancaster, Pennsylvania 


Joppa, Illinois 










SYLVESTER KORTE 


JERRY LAMKIN 






Lebanon, Illinois 


Chester, Illinois 





KAREN LANDWEHR 
Collinsville, Illinois 



PEGGY LENTZ 
Coulterville, Illinois 






MYRA LIRELY 

Simpson, Illinois 



ELLIOTT MC DANIEL 

Florissant, Missouri 





CORKY MANIS 

West Frankfort, Illinois 



GARY MARLOW 
Tamaroa, Illinois 




LARRY MC ALLISTER 
Centralia, Illinois 



PETER MERKUS 
East Alton, Illinois 





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GLENN MOORE 


KEN MINAMYER 






Sf. Louis, Missouri 


Lebanon, Illinois 










LIONEL MUND 


TOM NALICK 






Waterloo, Illinois 


Bellmore, New York 




JIM NEIL 
Lebanon, Illinois 



RAFFI OVIAN 

Easi St. Louis, Illinois 








TOM PALMER 


EDWARD PARSONS 






Villa Ridge, Illinois 


Denison, Texas 










BOB PERRY 


DANIEL PITRUZZELLI 






Sandoval, Illinois 


Long Branch, New Jersey 





PETER PROCOPIO 
Syracuse, New York 



DAN ROMMERSKIRCHEN 
Pocahontas, Illinois 





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FRED ROBINSON 
Kane, Illinois 



MARGARET STEVENSON 
Lebanon, Illinois 




GERALD THEIS 
Rockwood, Illinois 



MARY THOMAS 
Easf St. Louis, Illinois 




BARTON THORVALSON SANDY TREBING 

Rockford, Illinois Edwardsville, Illinois 








JUDY WALLER 
Lebanon, Illinois 



JOHN WILSON 
Johnston City, Illinois 




MARIE WISE 
Marissa, Illinois 



GENE ZASTAWRNY 
Rochester, New York 




JEROME ZEISSET 
Edwardsville, Illinois 



FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED 




DON BILLUPS 
LARRY BRYANT 
LE ROY EVERSGERD 
CHARLES GARRETT 
NATHAN HANKS 
DONALD HILMES 
THOMAS HUBERT 
WENDELL JOHNSON 
SAMUEL JOHNSON 
JOHN KELLY 
ROBERT KENT 
RONALD LINDER 
MICHAEL SIEMER 
REX SMITH 



MICHAEL STRONGE 
GERALD STROTHEIDE 
GENE SWANSON 
DENNIS TENLLADO 
GARY THOMAS 
ROBERT WADE 
LANE WILTON 
HAROLD WITHERBY 
JOHN WRIGHT 
JOSEPH CURTIS 
DARYL DENKMANN 
JAMES ONSTOTT 
EDWARD RILLO 
RONALD SHIRK 



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organization 



sigma tau delta 



OFFICERS — Agnes Robinson, Treasurer; 
Larry Cook, President; Helen Leggett, 
Secretary; lone Kolm, Vice-President; and 
Sylvia Korte, Historian. 



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Sigma Tau Delta, 



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National "iSfe-. 
Honorary English Society, is repre- V»5wS' 
sented by the lota Chapter on J«feV' 

campus. Members are interested 
in the promotion of a superior form 
of written expression. The organi- 
zation strives to encourage worth- 
while reading habits among its 
members. 




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FRONT, Left to Right: Dr. John McCain, Jr., Agnes Robinson, lone Kolm, Larry 
Cook, Helen Leggett, Sylvia Korte, Dr. Mildred Silver. SECOND: Barbara Matory, 
Anne Webb, Lynn Eberhardt, Pat Carson, Pat Kittinger, Doris Mayes, Thelma 
Mitchell, Barbara Gullick. BACK: Mr. Emerial Owen, Michael Holler, Mr. Robert 
Brown, Herbert Forcade, and Dr. Max P. Allen. 



CMO 




OFFICERS — Joellen Minton, Secretary; Pat 
Creed, President; Sue Gassmann, Treasurer; 
Pat Carson, Chaplain; Sylvia Korte, Ser- 
geani-at-Arms; and Phyllis and Sandra 
Ozment, Critics. 



Clio was first chartered in May 
of 1881. They attempt to acquire 
cultivation of moral, social, and 
literary refinement. They also pro- 
mote instrumental and vocal music, 
debate, and the acquisition of gen- 
eral knowledge. 




FRONT, Left to Right: Phyllis Ozment, Sylvia Korte, Pat Creed, Pot Carson, 
Carol Loyet, Mono Covins. BACK: Joellen Minton, Velera Cose, Sandra Ozment, 
Sandra Peterson, Mary Frances Leckrone, Anne Webb, and Sue Gassmann. 



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phi 



OFFICERS - Dean Blackburn, First Critic; 
Darrell Franklin, Treasurer; Theo McCorkle, 
Vice-President; and Carl Carter, President. 



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Philo, oldest society on campus, 
was chartered in January of 1837. 
They promote intellectual culture 
and mutual cooperation of members. 
A highlight of each year is the 
McCormick speech contest which is 
held second semester. 








FRONT, left to Right: Darrell Franklin, Dean Blackburn, George Haskell, Theo 
McCorkle. BACK: Charles Korunka, Dr. John McCain, Jr., Raydean Davis, and 
Orval Ha 



plato 




OFFICERS — Paul Devor, President; Kathy 
and Lawrence Meggs, Houseparenfs; Bill 
Opper, Treasurer; Denny Symer, Vice- 
President; and Joe Dawson, Secretary. 



Plato, men's social organization, 
attempts to promote fraternal broth- 
erhood and at the same time instill 
a spirit of loyality to the school 
and nation. The organization's 
main project for the year is the 
remodeling of the Glotfelty property 
into a fraternity house. 




FRONT, Left to Right: Kathy and Lc 
Joe Dawson, Bill Opper. SECOND: 
Burlc, Gary Spicer, Kaylor Stevens 
BACK: Richard Brink, Jim Woods 
Victor Russell, and Ed Tuten. 



Paul Devor, Denny Symer, 

Rommerskirchen, Mike Meyer, Terry 

Wilkerson, Charles May, Bill Blythe. 

Lange, Jerome Zeisset, Ben Lentz, 



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alpha psi omega 



OFFICERS — Joyce Spencer, Director, ond 
Anne Webb, Business Manager. 



Alpha Psi Omega, National Hon- 
orary Dramatics Fraternity, seeks 
to develop dramatic talent and the 
art of acting. Membership require- 
ments compel a student to earn a 
certain number of points through 
both acting and helping backstage 
in a college production. 





FRONT, Left to Right: Mrs. Mary Ellen Willia 
BACK: Roger Knox and Joyce Spencer. 



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pi kappa delta 



OFFICERS— Anne Webb, Secretary -Treasur 
er; and Paul Devor, President. 










FRONT, Left to Right: Anne Webb, Paul Devor, Mrs. Mary Ellen Wil 
LAST ROW: Mr. Robert Brown, Dr. John McCain, and Dan Walker 



public affairs forum 



OFFICERS — Jerome Zeisset, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Bill Opper, Secretary Gen 
and Michael Haller, Program Ch 



The Public Affairs Forum seeks 
to keep the students informed on 
current events of national and inter- 
national interest. A highlight of 
this year was the sponsoring of an 
International Film Series for the 
campus and community. 





FRONT, left to Right: Bill Blythe, Velera Case 
SECOND: Bill Opper, Jerome Zeisset, Mike Hall,- 
and Carl Schwerdtfeger. 



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sigma zeta 







Mil 







OFFICERS - Mike Woolcott, Treasurer; 
Alona Covins, Secretary; Sam Hippie, 
President; Prof. Fred Fleming, Adviser; 
and Charles Korunka, Vice-President. 



Sigma Zeta, a National Honorary 
Science Society, was chartered in 
1926 and is the oldest existing 
chapter of the organization. The 
purpose of this society is to encour- 
age and foster the attainment of 
knowledge of the sciences and to 
recognize the attainment of high 
scholarship among those students 
who are members. 




FRONT, Left to Right: Delores Tiedemann, Theresi 
Fred Fleming. SECOND: Mike Woolcott, Bill Rushir, 
BACK: Lee Roy Costellia, Chorles Korunka, Orval 



Dawe, Alona Covins, Prof. 
Carl Manier, Sam Hippie, 
irris, and John Schieppe. 



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debate council 



OFFICERS-Roger Knox, Vi 
Paul Devor, President; ai 
Secretory. 




FRONT, Left to Right: Mrs. Mary Ellen Wi 
Carter, Roger Knox. LAST ROW: Bill Whittak 
and Ed Tuten. 



stage crafters 




OFFICERS - Mrs. Mary Eden Williams, 
Sponsor; Howard Kenney, President; Joyce 
Spencer, Vice-President; Sandra Peterson, 
Treasurer; Barbara Matory, Secretary; 
and Anne Webb, Past President. 



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The McKendree Stage Crafters is 
a drama organization made up 
of people who have an interest 
in dramatics. The organization 
gives students an opportunity to 
learn the essentials of effective 
drama. They assist in the presen- 
tation and production of outstand- 
ing plays each year. 







FRONT, Left to Right: Sandra Peterson, Joyce Spencer, Howard Kenney, Barbara 
Matory, Dawn Wand, Anne Webb. SECOND: Darlene Wyatt, Nellie Gray, Dan 
Pitruzzelli, Janie Gray, Karen Bennett, Bev Firguson, Mary Thomas, Marie Wise. 
BACK: Betty DeWerff, Paul Devor, Theo McCorkle, Frank DeWerff, Larry Hale, 
and Virginia Hutchings. 



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mc 



kend 



ree review 



EDITORS — Margaret Stevenson, Second 
Page; Joyce Spencer, Editor-in-Chief; Terry 
Burk, First Page; Jackie Wilbret, Artist; 
Mr. Robert Cates, Adviser; Ben Lenrz, 
Cartoonist; Theo McCorkle, Fourth Page; 
and Dave Hanks, Photographer. 



The McKendree Review comes out 
every two weeks and is a four page 
newspaper. Thus the staff pictured 
below has a large job to do. These 
students receive no credit scho- 
lastically for their work. 




FRONT, Left to Right: Mr. Robert Cates, Dave Hanks, Dawn Wand, Margaret 
Stevenson, Terry Burk, Joyce Spencer. SECOND: Nellie Gray, Janie Gray, 
Karen Landwehr, Mary Lea Gagnon, Jackie Wilbret, Barbara Gullick, Theo 
McCorkle. BACK: Dave Kessler, Joe Dawson, Dan Pitruzzelli, Larry Hale, Carl 
Schwerdtfeger, Ben Lentz. 



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staff 



OFFICERS— Darrell Franklin, Business Man- 
ager; Roger Knox, Editor-in-Chief; and Mr. 
lie Schanz, Adv 




ctured below have pre- 

this 1961 McKendrean. 

g hours trying to make 

;r of the activities and 

year. Mr. Orville Schanz 



is the faculty adviser. 



-A 





FRONT, Left to Right: Phyllis Ozment, Dawn Wand, Sylvia Korte, Betty DeWerff. 
SECOND ROW: Mr. Orville Schanz, Frank DeWerff, Mike Woolcott, Roger Knox. 
THIRD ROW: Pat Creed, Joyce Spencer, and Virginia Dude. 



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student congress 



OFFICERS-Linda Seay, Secretary; 
Webb, Treasurer; Mike Woolcort, 
:ident; and Sam Hippie, President. 



The Student 
body of McKend 
of a represented 
residence ha 
plan the activities and affairs of the entire 
campus community, 




FRONT, Left to Right: Sylvia Korte, Pat Creed, linda Seay, Anne Webb, Phyllis Nies, 
Dona Campe. SECOND ROW: Boyd Carter, Dr. W. Norman Grandy, Sam Hippie, 
Bob Miller, Mike Wolcott. THIRD ROW: Bill Blythe, Mike Holler, Gary Spicer, Gerald 
Theis, Raydean Davis, and John Schieppe. 



commissions 




RELIGIOUS COMMISSION — Raydean Davis 
and Boyd Carter. 



ETHICS COMMISSION-John Schieppe, Sylvia 
Korte, and Bob Miller. 



SOCIAL COMMISSION-Bill Blythe, Phylli: 
Nies, Pat Creed, and Dona Campe. 



ACADEMIC COMMISSION-Mike Holier and 
Carl Manier. 




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m. s. m. 



OFFICERS - Darrell Franklin, Secretary, 
Theresa Dawe, Treasurer; Ralph Phillippe, 
Vice-President; and Carl Carter, President. 



Methodist Student Movement is 
a national organization of youth 
organized for the purpose of foster- 
ing a Christian spirit among stu- 
dents. It provides a weekly wor- 
ship service for students of 
denominations. 





FRONT, left to Right: Dean Blackburn, Lelond Belange, Ralph Phillippe, Harold Schafrer. 
John Brown, Dwight Jones, Carl Carter. SECOND: Darrell Franklin, Dr. Roland Rice, Theo 
McCorkle, Mildred Beckemeyer, Theresa Dawe, Betty DeWerff, Paul Devor, Jerry Lamkrn THIRD- 
Gary Scheller, Raydean Davis, Phillip Snider, Virginia Hutchings, Myra Lirely, Beverly Gamble, 
Mary France. Leckrone, Floyd William,. BACK. Betty Morton, lynn Eberhardt, Pot Kittinger 
Delores Carrie, Mary tea Gagnon, Judy Coleman, Annette Boyd, Marilyn Hester, Marie Wise,' 
and Mrs. Louis Gray. 



w. s. c. s. 




OFFICERS — Beverly Gamble, Secretory; 
Theresa Dtfwe, Chairman; Jan Martin, 
Program Chairman; Betty DeWerff, Vice- 
Chairman; and Judy Coleman, Treasurer. 



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'!tii* The purpose of the Susanna 
'jrj'Jv Wesleyan Service Guild is to pro- 
iiit?' vide a channel within the local 
church through which college 
women may participate in the pro- 
gram of the Women's Society of 
Christian Service. Through this 
society they may take part in a 
program of spiritual enrichment, 
Christian fellowship, and the devel- 
opment of a world Christian 
community. 




FRONT, Left to Right: Myra Lirely, Beverly Gamble, Mrs. Louis Gray, Martha 
Bollinger, Judy Coleman. SECOND: Betty DeWerff, Lynn Eberhardt, Jan Martin, 
Betsy Wang, Marilyn Hester, Mary Lea Gagnon. BACK: Marie Wise, Pat Kittinger, 
Theresa Dawe, and Annette Boyd. 



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ree choir 



OFFICERS— Velera Case, Secretory; and 
Howard Kenney, President. 



The McKendree Choir is 
throughout this area and 
helped McKendree a great deal. Th 
Christmas Concert always draws a 
crowd. This year the Choir was 
with the Belleville Philharmonic Symphony. 





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FRONT, Left to Right: Judy Waller, Betty Morton, Beverly Firguson, Sue Gassman, lone Kolm, 
Mary Frances Leckrone, Velera Case, Beverly Gamble, Peggy Lentz, Charlyn Kerberg, Jackie 
Wilbret, Judy Coleman, JoEllen Minton. SECOND ROW: Nellie Gray, Pat Kittinger, Virginia 
Hutchings, Janie Gray, Darlene Wyatt, Mildred Beckemeyer, Marie Wise, Barbara Matory, 
Myra Lirely, Sandra Trebing. THIRD ROW: Jerry Lamkin, Paul Devor, Herb Forcade, Howard 
Kenney, Dave Kessler, Terry Burk, Joel Berner, Danny Pitruzzelli, Jim Wilkerson. LAST ROW: 
Don Fiorio, Glenn Moore, Larry Hale, Jim Neil, Floyd Williams, Mike Meyer, Charles Rann, 
and Ben Lentz. 






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music 



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QUARTET — Joe Dawson; 
Paul Devor; Charles Rann, 



Sue Gassmann, 
ind Mike Meyer 




CHAPEL CHOIR - FRONT, Left to Right: lone Kolm, Marie Wise, Phyllis Ozment, 
Sue Gassmann, Virginia Dude, Beverly Firguson. SECOND: Jim Wilkerson, Charlie 
Rann, Floyd Williams, Ken Minamyer. BACK: Jerry Lamkin, Paul Devor, and 
Howard Kenney. 



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kappa chi 



OFFICERS - Delores Corrie, Treasurer, 
John Brown, President; Judy Coleman, 
Song leader; Myra Lirely, Secretary. 



Kappa Chi is an organization 
for all students who intend to go 
into the field of full time Christian 
service upon graduation. The mem- 
bers meet monthly in Little Chapel 
and have a variety of programs 
that are interesting and educational. 





FRONT, Left to Right: Beverly Gamble, Myra Lirely, Delores Corrie, Pat Kittinger, 
Judy Coleman. SECOND: Dean Blackburn, Lynn Eberhardt, Marilyn Hester, Marie 
Wise. BACK: Harold Staffer, John Brown, Ralph Phillippe, Dwight Jones, and 
Dr. Robert Cox. 



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activities 




Shortage of girls? 



He actually had nerve enough to leave! 



Three heads are better than one. 





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Experts? at work. 



Abstract art? or Religious art? 



Maybe Plato's buried around here somewhe 



125 years of pioneering! 




no 




Good to the tost drop! 



The house that became a home. 



Voice exercises? 



Expert advice? 






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who's who 




phyllis nies 

Phyllis Nies came to McKendree in 1958. She immediately began to take an 
active part in many campus activities. As a major in physical education, she taught 
McKendree girls' physical education for two years. 

She was a member of the Student Congress and Sigma Tau Delta, national English 
fraternity. A final touch to a wonderful college career occurred when Phyllis was 
crowned Homecoming Queen of 1961. 



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roger knox 

As a member of Stage Crafters, Alpha Psi Omega, Pi Kappa Delta, Debate Council, 
Public Affairs Forum, and M.S.M., Rogert Knox fulfilled the requirements necessary for 
becoming a member of Who's Who. A student from Mt. Vernon, Roger took an active 
part in speech and drama activities during his four years at McKendree. 

This yearbook displays Roger's capable leadership for he was editor-in-chief. He 
was instrumental in making this a book that will be cherished by students for years. 



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orval kimmle 



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Orval came to McKendree from O'Fallon, Illinois. As a physical 
educator, he has taken an active part in intramural sports. He is 
well-known for his basketball and volleyball skills. He can be found 
at the gym each day boys' physical education is taught. Teaching 
this class fulfills his requirement for sports leadership. Orval's minor 
is biology. 

Orval's major extracurricular activity is baseball. He has 
played all four years and has lettered each year. 





sandra ozment 

While preparing for her career as an elementary school teacher, 
Sandra has minored in art and majored in elementary education. 
She has taken full advantage of McKendree's program of "learning 
by doing" while practice teaching. 

Sandra is active in both Sigma Tau Delta and Clio. She was 
secretary of Sigma Tau her junior year and is presently serving as a 
critic in Clio. 



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carl carter 

Carl Carter was one of the busiest students of McKendree College. His participa- 
tion and leadership in MSM, Kappa Chi, and the Religious Life Council were helpful 
in preparation for the ministry. A student from Robinson, Carl was president of Philo, 
MSM, and the senior class. 

Besides being active here on campus, he is married and has had a student charge 
throughout his college career. 



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sam hippie 

Sam Hippie, a math major from Mascoutah, spent much of his time at the gym. 
"Sharp-shooting Sam" has been one of the mainstays in McKendree's battle for the 
basketball conference title the past four years. 

Sam has served as president of Sigma Zeta, national science organization his 
senior year. He also has shown capable leadership as Student Body President. 

His character, leadership, and academic standing have made Sam a proper choice 
for Who's Who Among American College Students. 



119 






intangibles 



'61 spring production 




A scene from Charlie's Aunt directed by Mary Ellen Williams. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Dawn Wand, Bob 
Sagan, Roger Knox, and Bob Campbell. 



Charlie's real aunt played by Anne Webb 
gives her young friend, Sandy Peterson, 
some advice on love and romance. 




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graduation '61 



Bishop Edwin Voight delivered the 
1961 commencement address. 




President Allen spoke to the graduates. 
OTHERS ON THE PLATFORM, From Left 
to Right: Emerial L. Owen, Dean Grandy, 
Dr. W. L. Cummins, Bishop Edwin Voight, 
Rev. Scott MacDonald, and Dr. Roland Rice. 



president's reception 



Mr. Hodge, Mrs. ond Mr. 
Church, Rev. Turner, and Mrs. 
Max P. Allen received guests 
at the Stevenson House. 




At the end of the reception line 
Curtis Hayden and Mike Siemer 
— what a punchll 



School starts off with a smile. 
Peggy Lentz, Mike Napp, Dr. 
Allen, Jerry Bier, John Dunn. 



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faculty presentations 



On October 4, 1961, Mrs. Williams, speech pro- 
fessor, presented a reading of "Anastasia." 





Professor Kent Werner as he planned for his recital before the student 
body for February 11, 1962. 



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mckendrean fashion 

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Eisenmeyer Auditorium became the setting for a fall style show last October. This 
year the show was sponsored by the McKendrean staff. Eight of the models were 
students and additional models came from Katz in Belleville. Katz also provided the 
garments modeled. In the picture above Dona Campe, Phyllis Ozment, and Sue 
Gassman, escorted by John Schieppe, Ron Shirk, and Mike Woolcott respectively, 
model evening attire. 





ABOVE RIGHT: A special feature of 
fashions modeled by Miss Betsy Wang fi 
Pat Cox modeled one of the attractive 



the evening was the 
om Formosa. LEFT: Mrs. 
ports outfits. 



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distinguished guests 




ABOVE: Dr. Russell Humbert, Chairman of the Un 
versify Senate Committee. BELOW: Dr. Max P. Alle 
and recent members of the Board of Trustees. 




Dr. Allen and distinguished 
guests enjoyed a dinner in 
Pearson's Hall. 





Milburn P. Akers, President of the 
Board of Trustees. 



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homecoming '61 - '62 





her majesty phyllis rties \p 



moonlight and roses 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Freshman Maid Karen Bennett, and her 
escort Robert Kubach; Junior Maid Virginia Dude, and her 
escort Hank Feldt; Senior Maid Carol Loyet, and her es- 
cort Ben Lentz; Queen Phyllis Nies, and her escort Richard 



Neal; Senior Maid Pat Creed, ond her escort Daniel 
Pitruzzelli; Retiring Queen Martha Harris Temple, and her 
escort Sam Hippie; Sophomore Maid Dona Campe, and 
her escort John Schieppe. 



The "Queen's Dance." 




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homecoming activities 






The homecoming court reigned over the 
basketball game before the dance. 




ABOVE: Just a little higher, please. LEFT: 
The team and the referee enjoyed a 
time out. 



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founder's day 



mfm 




Reverend W. Gehl Devore gave the principal address 
at Founder's Day on February 14, 1962. An honorary 
Doctor of Divinity degree was conferred upon him by 
President Max P. Allen. Assisting in the ceremony were 
Dean W. N. Grandy and Dr. D. S. Laxquement. 




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musical recitals 



Mike Meyer, a junior, as he concentrated on 
his performance March 28, 1962. 





An outstanding piano recital was given by Mary 
Frances leckrone, senior, on Moy 2, 1962 in the 
evening. 



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speech recitals 




To fulfill the graduation requirements for 
speech majors and minors each student 
must pass a platform test. Howord Ken- 
ney and Paul Devor were participants this 
year. 



Also participating were Roger Knox and 
Jo Ellen MJnton. 




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associate's dinners 



An informal moment at the speakers table during 
the McKendree College Associates Dinner held on 
Sept. 20, 1961. Sen. Everett Dirksen was the 
speaker. 





Dr. Max Allen presented Judge 
Paul Farthing with a Doctor of 
Humane Letters degree at the As- 
sociates Dinner held Oct. 20, 1961. 



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special programs 













The Christmas tree was a highlight of the 
Penny Supper for these children in De- 
cember of '61. 



Last spring Mr. Cyrus Gentry, an alumnus who later 
studied at Oxford, returned for a visit to the campus 
and spoke at assembly. 





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One assembly program enjoyed by everyone is the return of 
the MATS Band from Scott Air Force Base. 



Rev. E. E. Souders and Dr. L. W. Mundy as they appeared after 
the chapel service on Oct. 11, 1961. Dr. Mundy presented the 
message. 




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athletics 



golf and tennis 




Last year's golf team consisted of Bob 
Johnson and Dave Rowlings, (Not Pictured) 
Walter Castle, Dennis Granninger, and 
Bob Leyda. 



spring 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Raydean Davis, Sam Hippie, Jim Barrow, Skip Schwerdtfeger, and 
(Not Pictured) Ladell Travis. 



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baseball 



sports 




Coach Dale Cruse 




FIRST ROW: Bob Kubach, lory Hoke, Bill Roberts, Denny Symer, Jim Pitts, Jerry Britt, John Schieppe, 
Raydean Davis. SECOND ROW: Warren Barty, Orval Kimmle, Leonard Clendenin, Denny Groninger, 
Carter Clendenin, Denny Sexton, Warren Ittner. 



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1961 spring baseball 



WE 


OPPONENT 


THEY 


WE 


OPPONENT 


THEY 


7 


Louisiana Tech. 


5 


14 


Rose Poly. Tech. (Ind.) 


1 





Louisiana Tech. 


1 


6 


Harris Teachers College 


4 


3 


Nicholls State (La.) 





1 


MacMurray College 





4 


Nicholls State (La.) 


3 


4 


Illinois College 


3 


3 


Washington University 


5 


8 


Greenville College 





1 


Illinois State Normal U. 


5 


16 


Springfield Concordia 


10 





Illinois State Normal U. 


1 


11 


Illinois College 


4 


6 


Concordia of St. Louis 


3 


1 


Principia College 





13 


MacMurray College 


4 


5 


Concordia of St. Louis 


4 


10 


MacMurray College 





11 


Springfield Concordia 


8 


8 


Principia College 


4 


5 


Menard State Pen. 


4 


6 


Rose Poly. Tech. (Ind.) 


1 













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1961 fall baseball 




FRONT, Left to Right: Warren Ittner, Bill Hellmer, Ray Hassett, Jim Pitts, Harlyn Beckman, Denny Symer, 
Sy Korte, Curt Hayden, Jerry Britt. REAR: Rex Smith, Dave Nottrott, Bob Miller, Bob Perry, Wendell 
Johnson, Paul King, Orval Kimmle, Jim Havel, Leon Hough, Coach Dale Cruse. 



Words to the wise are sufficient. 






1961 FALL RECORD 




WE 


OPPONENTS 


THEY 


9 


Concordia of St. Louis 


6 


1 


Menard State Pen. 


2 


4 


Concordia of St. Louis 


11 


4 


St. Louis University 


3 


2 


St. Louis University 


5 


1 


St. Louis University 


10 



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bearcat basketball 1961-1962 




FRONT, From Left to Right: Manager Bill Crawley, Chuck Garrett, Mike Napp, Curt 

Hoyden, Bob Miller, Willie Williams, Barton Thorvalson, Ray Hassett. BACK: Don 

Bodtke, Curt Reed, Dave Nottrott, Wendell Johnson, Sam Hippie, Larry Cofield, Paul 
King, Tom Palmer, Coach Barney Oldfield. 




The little men behind the team. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager, Charles Parriott; Scorer, 
John Schieppe; Statistician, Mike Woolcort; Timer, 
Dave Clark. 



Coach Barney Oldfield 



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a decade of conference championships 



3? 




OUR UPPERCLASSMEN AND COACH-Left to Right: Willi. 
Cofield, Ray Hassett, Coach Barney Oldfield. 



Williams, Ron Bodtke, Sam Hippie, Larry 



the record 



MCK 


OPPONENTS 


THEY 


77 


Principia College 


70 


112 


Scott Air Force Base 


88 


83 


Greenville College 


73 


63 


Concordia Seminary 


55 


73 


Wabash College 


75 


72 


Drury College 


64 


61 


Rose Poly. Institute 


37 


103 


Franklin College 


78 


56 


Jamaco (Exhibition) 


78 


105 


Central St. College (Ohio) 


113 


78 


Harris Teachers College 


100 


83 


Blackburn College 


58 








93 


Jamaco (Exhibition) 


91 


MCK 


OPPONENTS 


THEY 


71 


Rose Poly. Institute 


59 




McKendree— Rotary 




82 


Illinois Normal 


76 




Tournament 




88 


Harris Teachers College 


84 


98 


Aurora 


78 


70 


Illinois College 


65 


87 


Carthage 


80 


85 


Greenville College 


69 








116 


Blackburn College 


77 




Indiana Classic 




95 


Scott Air Force Base 


81 




Tournament 




80 


Principia College 


56 


77 


Indiana Central 


92 


94 


Millikin University 


81 


74 


Franklin 


78 



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Jump . . . 





Tiptoe 



144 




145 





Wendell Johnson 



Willie Williams 






146 



Ben Ellis 



Larry Cofield 



Ray Hasseft 



Curt Reed 




Bob Miller 




Chuck Garrett 



Ron Bodtke 




Bob Perry 







Bill Gladson 



Curt Hayden 



Mike Napp 147 




Dona Campe 



cheerleaders 



Jo Ellen Minton 




Dawn Wand, Jo Ellen Minton, Dona Camps. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Virginia Dude, lynette Eberhardt, Shirley Burke, Karen Landwehr 
Sylvia Korte, and Jo Ellen Minton. 



cub kittens 



Let's get on the balll 




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Some lay the ball down, 





Some throw the ball down, 



Others place the ball on the floor and kick it. 




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college 




m 



ural 



Looking for something? 




Nope, found it. 




Victory march. 



151 




activities 



I 








I wish I could "be sociable" 




"O.K. Just a minute." 



154 




Thinking of 






-those children. 



Having fun- 



155 



life is a hard 





John, I like the way you keep your eyes on that 
I curve ball. 



156 




When you look up, into the skies 




You will soon find rain in your eyes. 





But we may never be upper class- 
men. 




Imagine 
Camera. 



Mrs. Kennedy, 
have you ever 
done the "twist"? 



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the '62 
mckendrean staff 



Editor-in-Chief Roger Knox 

Assistant Editors Bob Sagan 

Sylvia Korte 

Business Manager Darrell Franklin 

Assistants 

Jan DeLaney 

Lynette Eberhardt 

Senior Editor Pat Creed 

Junior Editor Darrell Franklin 

Sophomore Editor Dawn Wand 

Freshman Editor Frank DeWerff 

Special Events Editors Valera Case 

Assistant 
Mike Holier 

Organizations Editors Sylvia Korte 

Assistant 
Phyllis Ozment 

Activities Editor Betty DeWerff 

Faculty Editor Joyce Spencer 

Sports Editors Mike Woolcott 

Assistant 
Virginia Dude 

Photographers Roger Knox 

Dave Hanks 

Faculty Sponsor Orville Schanz 



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editor's 
page 




As I have tried to show through- 
out this book, McKendree College 
has faced many crossroads in all 
of her events, classes, and organi- 
zations. As one coming into an 
intersection, I have considered it a 
challenge and an honor to have 
had the opportunity to edit the '62 
McKENDREAN. 



I am proud that I chose McKendree, a college with a rich heritage of 
Methodism and educational standards. While preparing the historical account 
for this year's book, the staff and I have become keenly aware that the campus 
on which we all walk is hallowed ground. I have not hallowed these premises 
any more than the thousands of McKendree students that have gone before me. 
The knowledge-red bricks, that have built McKendree walls, are not fading but 
are gaining character as they continue to mature. 

As a McKendrean, I hope that the memories contained within these pages 
will serve as a reminder that McKendree has a revered past and a crowning 
future. 

Roger Knox, Editor 



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