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The Yearbook Staff 

of 

Mc Kendree College 

Is Proud to Present 

THE 1959 



McKendrean 



Lebanon, Illinois 










We, the 1959 McKendrean Staff, dedicate this yearbook to Mr. 
Fred Fleming, biology professor. It is with deep gratitude and 
appreciation that we dedicate it to him for his untiring efforts in 
behalf of our education and the sincere Christian witness that he 
displays both in and out of the class room. 



McKendrean Staff 



Donald Metzger Editor 

Sue Early __ Business Manager 

Mary Swan Freshman Editor 

Maxine Turner Sophomore Editor 

Gary Scheller Junior Editor 

Wanda Pritchard Senior Editor 

Dwight Schuetz Faculty Editor 

Kenny Whittaker Sports Editor 

Mary Lee Zabel, Buddie Johnson Co-Activity Editors 

John Milford Art Director 

Pricilla Rice, Jack Giger Art Assistants 

Mr. Charles Cox Photographer 

Mr. Orville Schanz Advisor 




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DR. WEBB B. GARRISON 



Since coming to McKendree College in June 1957, Dr. Garrison has begun a 
vigorous campaign to make the college truly a school "where education is a Christian 
adventure." Lights have burned late in his office as he has worked to solve the many 
problems facing the 131-year old institution. As his second year as president of 
McKendree ends, Dr. Garrison can look proudly behind him at the progress he and 
the school have made. 




W. N. GRANDY 
Dean 



RAYMOND DANIEL 
Business Manager 





EMERIAL OWEN 
Registrar 



KATHERINE POMEROY 

Office Manager 





CHARLES H. COX 

Photographer and Director 
of Public Relations 




ROBERT BROWN, M.A. 
Sociology 



JENNIE COX, M.S. 
Business Ed. 





LOUIS BUTTS, M.S. 
Education 



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DALE CRUSE, M.S. 
Physical Education 





MARITA CLARK. M.A. 
German 



CHARLES H. COX. B.S. 
Public Relations 





OTHA CLARK, Ph.D. 
History 



ELIZABETH DIXON, M.A. 
English and Journalism 





ZADA DICKSON, M.A. 
Art 



FRED FLEMING, M.S. 
Biology 





GLENN FREINER, M.M. 

Music 



JOHN GODWIN, M.A. 
Mathematics and Physics 








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PHILLIP KENNEDY, M.A. 

History and Philosophy 



BLANCHE HAMBAUM, B.S. 





JOHN McCAIN, Ph.D. 

English 



JAMES OLDFIELD, M.E. 
Psychology 




PATRICIA NICKELL, B.S. 
Physical Education 





PAUL NUGENT, B.M.A. 

Mathematics 





ROLAND RICE, Ph.D. 

Religion 



ORVILLE SHANTZ, M.E. 

Music 




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R. C. SAYRE, M.E. 
Psychology and Education 



ELLICE SIMMONDS, B.A. 

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FLORENCE THORNLEY 

Dietician 





MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS, M.A. 
Speech 



AUDREY DITTEMORE, M.A. 
Languages 




ELDON DITTEMORE, M.S. 
Business Education 





KENT WERNER, M.M. 

Music 



L. K. FREEMAN, PH.D. 

Chemistry 



GEORGE TUERCK 
Band 







Bottom to Top: President, Larry Lac- 
quement; Secretary-Treasurer, Phyllis 
Nies; Vice-President, Boyd Carter. 



ROY ADAMS 
Golden Gate, 111. 



DON BOWERS 

Summerfield, 111. 



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BOYD CARTER 

Collinsville, 111. 



GARY CARTER 
Divernon, 111. 



JUDITH COLEMAN 
Elco, 111. 



CARL CARTER 
Vandalia, 111. 




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RONALD COLEMAN 
West Frankfort, 111. 




SOFIA GONZALEZ 

Madison, 111. 



MARTHA HALFACRE 
West Frankfort, 111. 



NAOMI HALL 
Eldorado, 111. 



SAM HIPPLE 
Mascoutah, 111. 



ELMER HARGIS 
Lebanon, 111. 



MARK HILL 





JEANETTE JOHNSON 
West Bend, Wise. 







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Pontiac, 111. 


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O'Fallon, 111. 




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Mt. Vernon, 111. 


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LARRY LACQUEMENT 
Flora, 111. 



ALVIN LAPSANSKY 

Witt, 111. 



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ROY LEGENDRE 

New Athens, EL 



RAYMOND LEWIS 





THEO McCORKLE 
Louisville, 111. 



CAROL LOYET 
Lebanon, 111. 



MELVIN LEACHER 
New Athens, 111. 



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RAYMOND MAY 



PHYLLIS NIES 
Trenton, 111. 



IRENE MOLITOR 
Lebanon. 111. 







JOHN NALL 

Christopher, 111. 



SANDRA OZMENT 
Lebanon, 111. 



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VERNON NAVE 
Carlyle, III. 



DANNY ODLE 
St. Fransisville, 111. 



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EARL PEARCE 
Evergreen Park, 111. 



ROGER PAPPROTH 
Lebanon, IT]. 




ELDON SAUERWEIN 
iker Hill, 111. 



RUTH SMALLEY 
Chicago, 111. 



BRENT RICHARDSON 
Wayne City, 111. 



LINDA ROARK 
Vandalia, Mo. 




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ELAINE SMITH 
Sarasota, Fla. 



MARY SWAN 
Brighton, 111. 



WARREN STIEG 
Okawville, 111. 



CAROLYN WEBB 
Ewing, 111. 




CLYDE WEYENBERG 
Lebanon, 111. 




DONALD WHITACRE 
Decatur, 111. 



SHARON WHITE 
Dupo, 111. 



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MARY WILLE 

Troy, 111. 



FLOYD WILLIAMS 




DELORES CORRIE 
Claremont, 111. 



FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED 



First Semester 

JOHN ALUZZO 
Lebanon, 111. 

DARRELL ARMISTEAD 

E. St. Louis, 111. 

RUTH AUWARTER 
Troy, 111. 

GERALD BROOKS 
Lebanon, 111. 

RONALD CLARK 

Collinsville, 111. 
DONALD CRESS 
Okwaville, 111. 

MELVIN GAMBILL 
Centralia, 111. 

DOUGLAS GLANZNER 

Trenton, 111. 

GLORIA HARSHAW 

St. Louis, Mo. 

JAMES HIPSHER 
Decatur, 111. 

LARRY HOLLAND 
Gillespie, 111. 

RODNEY HUMPHRIES 
Freeburg, 111. 

RONALD HUMPHRIES 

Freeburg, 111. 

WARREN ITTNER 
Smithton, 111. 

HOWARD KENNEY 

E. St. Louis, 111. 

ORVAL KIMMLE 

O'Fallon, 111. 

LETTY KUNZ 
Trenton, 111. 

THOMAS LEBERT 
Lebanon, 111. 

PRESTON LEONARD 
Edwardsville, III. 

RAYMOND LEWIS 

Madison, 111. 

MARGARET LEYDA 

Lebanon, 111. 



BARBARA MATORY 
E. St. Louis, 111. 
MYRON MUGELE 
New Baden, 111. 

ROBERT NAVE 
Carlyle, 111. 

SHERMAN NELSON 
Chicago, 111. 

ISIDRO PONCIANO 
E. Moline, 111. 

JEANETTE POPLAR 
Scott AFB, 111. 

JAMES ROUSEY 
Caseyville, 111. 

VICTOR RUSSELL 

Altamont, 111. 

SAUNDRA SANDERS 
E. St. Louis, 111. 

THERESA TAMAYO 
Scott AFB, 111. 

DAN WALKER 
New Athens, 111. 

Second Semester 

CHARLES BOOMHOWER 
West Frankfort, 111. 

KENNETH HARMS 

Lebanon, 111. 

SIDNEY MCCLURE 
St. Francisville, 111. 

ANNE PFEFFER 
Lebanon, 111. 

RALPH PHILLIPPE 

Willow Hill, 111. 

HAROLD RINESMITH 
St. Louis, Mo. 

BILL RUSHING 

Culter, 111. 

RONALD SPEISER 
Freeburg, 111. 

LARRY STREIGEL 
Mt. Olive, 111. 




Left to Right: President, Keith Hall; 
Secretary-Treasurer, Carol Love Leon- 
ard; Vice-President, Bill Roberts. 



TOM ARRAS 

Collinsville, 111. 



LESLIE AVERY 
Orient, 111. 



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JAMES BEINE 
New Baden, El. 



TED BRAMMEIER 
Oakdale, 111. 



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SYDNEY BAKER, JR 

East St. Louis, 111. 



ROBERT CAMPBELL 
Wood River, 111. 




SARA LEE DAECH 
Edwardsville, El. 



BARBARA CHAPPLE 
Lebanon, 111. 





ANTOLIN C. DIAZ, JR 
Breeze, 111. 



JEROME ESSINGTON 
Carlyle, 111. 



HERBERT FORCADE 
Wood River, 111. 



JOHN CHRISTIAN, JR. 
Witt, 111. 




LOUIS FRICK 
Herrin, 111. 



SUE EARLY 
Alhambra, 111. 









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JACKIE JOHNSON 


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Madison, 111. 


St. Francisville, 111. 


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CAROLYN HALL 


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BENNIE GREENWALT 


E. St Louis, 111. 


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Wayne City, 111. 



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BUDDIE JOHNSON 
E. St. Louis, 111. 





NANCY HALL 
Harrisburg, 111. 







MARTHA HARRIS 

Sumner, 111. 



KEITH HALL 
E. St. Louis, 111. 



FRED HELEINE 
Marshall, 111. 



RICHARD GEDNEY 
Valley Park, Mo. 



DWIGHT JONES 
Benton, 111. 



GEORGE LAREAU 
Athol, Mass. 




PEGGY JACKSON 

Wayne City, III. 



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CHARLES KORUNKA 
Mt. Olive, 111. 



CHARLES JOHNSON 
E. St. Louis, 111. 






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CHARLES KOERTGE 
St. Jacob, 111. 



KAY LINDER 
Wayne City, 111. 



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LINETTE MAEDGE 
Marine, 111. 



GEORGE PENCE 
Evergreen Park, 111 





CAROL LOVE 
Davis Junction, 111. 



DALLAS MELTON 
Tamalco, 111. 



IRVIN OLIVER 
Collinsville, 111. 



BILLIE NEVILLE 
Christopher, 111. 




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JOHN RATHMAN 
New Baden, 111. 



ROBERT RAHE 

Valmeyer, 111. 



ROBERT STANISH 
Lebanon, 111. 



JEANETTE WALTHES 
Freeburg, 111. 





JOYCE THOMPSON 
E. St. Louis, 111. 



EDWARD SADLER 
Robinson, 111. 



VICKI WALKER 
Valley Park, Mo. 



KENNETH WHITTAKER 
Wolf Lake, 111. 



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MAXINE TURNER 
Albion, 111. 



RUTH ANN WITTER 

Fairfield, 111. 



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BOB ZEIGLER 
Marine, 111. 





SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED 



First Semester 

DAVID J. BABB 

Sorento, 111. 

ALLEN BASSLER 
Trenton, 111. 

HOWARD BOLLER 

Mascoutah, 111. 

BURTON BROWNE 

Imperial, Mo. 

GERALD DURHAM 

Marion, 111. 

EARL FISCHER 
Collinsville, 111. 

JOHN FRANKLIN 

Dundas, 111. 

MARVIN JONES 

E. St. Louis, 111. 



WILLIAM PARKER 
Carlyle, 111. 
WILLIAM ROBERTS 
Argenta, III. 
DARNIE SANDERS 
E. St. Louis, III. 
LELAND SCHULTE 
Freeburg, 111. 

THOMAS WELCH 
Sparta, III. 

Second Semester 
DAVID GUTHRIE 
Carlyle, 111. 
FRED SCHWOERKE 
Highland, 111. 

FRED STEIN 

Dorsey, 111. 




Left to Right: Vice-President, Bill 
Herbst; Secretary-Treasurer, Carrie 
Cullison; President, Howard Simpson. 




DONALD BOAN 
Belleville, 111. 



RONALD BOGART 






ANGIE BUCHELE 
Boulder, 111. 



CARL DRAPER 
Hartford, 111. 




CARRIE CULLISON 
Thebes, Dl. 



FREDDY EDWARDS 
Galatia, 111. 






LYNN GROVE 

Castle Rock, Colo. 



WILLIAM GULLICK 
Mulberry Grove, HI. 



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GERALD HALL 

Harrisburg, 111. 



GILDER HARRIS 

Shilo, 111. 



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JOHN HARRIS 

E. St. Louis, 111. V— 



IVAN HORN 
Waterloo, 111. 







West Frankfort, 111. 



GENE JUNCKER 

Festus, Mo. 



MAURICE HURST 
E. St. Louis, 111. 




BUCKY JORDAN 

West Frankfort, 111. 



YOUSIF LATIF 
Baghdad, Iraq 



ALMA KLEINAITIS 
E. St. Louis, 111. 




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DON LOWE 
Witt, 111. 



TRUDY MC CAMMOND 
Davis Junction, 111. 



MARY MALONE 
E. St. Louis, 111. 



CHARLES MCKNELLY 

Murrayville, 111. 



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BUD MARKWELL 
Champaign, 111. 



JOHN MILFORD 
Trenton, 111. 



CAROL MILLER 



DON NEIBEL 
West Frankfort, 111. 



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BETTY MEYERS 
Olney, 111. 



ROBERT REHG 
St. Jacob, 111. 



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CATHERINE 
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Lebanon, 111. 



PHYLLIS RICHARDSON 

Noble, IU. 



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GARY SCHELLER 
Mount Olive, 111. 



HOWARD SIMPSON 
E. St. Louis, 111. 




JUNIORS NOT PICTURED 



First Semester 
GREGORY COX 
E. St. Louis, 111. 
DERWOOD DERICKSON 
Mascoutah, 111. 
MARGART DILLINGER 
Lebanon, 111. 
ROBERT DORRIES 
Breese, 111. 
ALLEN GAEBE 
Addieville, 111. 

LOUIS HATZL 
E. St. Louis, 111. 
RAYMOND HINTERSCHER 
Ingraham, 111. 
GLEN KAMINSKI 
Madison, 111. 



HAROLD KELLERMAN 
O'Fallon, 111. 
DON RIECHMAN 
Sparta, 111. 

BARBARA ROBINSON 
E. St. Louis, 111. 
FREDERICK STOKES 
E. St. Louis, 111. 
BETTY SWIGERT 
Scott AFB, 111. 

HAROLD WELCH 
Centralia, 111. 

NEAL WELZ 

Trenton, 111. 

Second Semester 
JAMES MONKEN 
Belleville, 111. 



History was made on February 5 when 
the famous McKendree bell came down from 
it's resting place in the steeple of the 102- 
year-old Marion Bothwell Chapel. The 60 
foot steeple shattered as it fell 80 feet to 
the ground. The picture on the right shows 
the bell resting on the ground. The one 
below shows students collecting souvenirs. 






Left to Right: Vice-President, John 
Cummins; Secretary-Treasurer, Sandie 
Beasley; President, Bill Ridgeway. 




JOSEPH AEBISCHER 

Scott Air Force Base, 111. 



NOEL BAUM 
Waterloo, 111. 




TERRY BARGER 

Johnson City, 111. 




VIRGEL ANTHONY 
East St. Louis, HI. 



SANDRA BEASLEY 
Caseyville, 111. 








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MARTHA RUTH BORGER 
Freeburg, 111. 



JOHN CUMMINS 
Marissa, 111. 





JOHN BUDINA 

East St. Louis, 111. 



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JOHN BOWMAN 

Scott Air Force Base, 111. 



DENNIS DOANE 
Fairfield, 111. 







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BENNIE DONALD 

East St. Louis, 111. 



JOYCELYN DUNCAN 
Marion, 111 



JOSEPH EVOLA 
O'Fallon, 111. 




JACK EDWARDS 
Carmi, 111. 



HERMAN FAUKE 
New Baden, 111. 






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HENRY FELDT 

Mascoutah, 111. 



CHARLES GAUT 
Caney, Kansas 



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VIOLET FRITZ 
Freeburg, 111. 




JOHN GIGER 
Collinsville, 111. 




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TREASUREE HATTER 

East St. Louis, 111. 



RUBY HUDSON 
East St. Louis, HI. 




JACQUELYN HEUSER 
Marine, 111. 




CARMETT HELMS 

Mascoutah, 111. 



LA SALLE JOHNSON 
East St. Louis, 111. 





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WILHELMINA KENNEDY 
Granite City, 111. 




WAYNE KING 

Lebanon, 111. 



LANDALL MACK 
Lebanon, 111. 




JOHN LORENTZEN 
East St. Louis, 111. 



RONALD MAUCK 
Trenton, 111. 




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AGNES MCELROY 
Scott Air Force Base, 111. 



DALE MEDLIN 
Carmi, 111. 




WENDELL MITCHELL 
East St. Louis, 111. 






DON METZGER 
Mt. Vernon, 111. 



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Troy, 111. 



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JACK OTT 

Collinsville, 111. 



MARY IMOGENE PLEAS 
East St. Louis, 111. 





JOHN PLEAS 

East St. Louis, 111. 






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JOHN PARKER 
Collinsville, 111. 



WANDA PRITCHARD 
East Alton, 111. 





DONALD PROCTOR 

West Frankfort, 111. 



EARL RENSHAW 

Lebanon, 111. 




PRISCILLA RICE 
Lebanon, 111. 



SANDRA RENSHAW 
Lebanon, 111. 



MARY ELLEN RIDGEWAY 
Mounds, m. 





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WILLIAM RIDGEWAY 
Mounds, 111. 




BARBARA ROBINSON 

East St. Louis, 111. 




DWIGHT SCHUETZ 
Alton. 111. 



BILL SANDERS 
Carlyle, 111. 



GERALD SCHUMACHER 
O'Fallon, 111. 




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NEVA SKELTON 
Eldorado, 111. 



ROBERT SMITH 

Arlslad, New Mexico 




NANCY STUMP 
Chicago, 111. 



RONNIE SPERRY 

Ramsey, 111. 



GERTRUDE TOWSEND 
East St. Louis, 111. 





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CLARENCE TOLLEY 

Marion, 111. 



BEATRICE VOLMA 

Edwardsville, 111. 




ERNA WEYGANDT 
Belleville, 111. 



ARKELL WEYGANDT 

Belleville, 111. 



IMOGENE WINCHESTER 
Flora, 111. 









CAPTAIN GEORGE FRYE 
O'Fallon, HI. 



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Seoul, Korea 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 


First Semester 
GEORGE ANDERSON 
Highland, 111. 
JOSEPH ANTHONY 
E. St. Louis, 111. 
RICHARD BASSLER 


JAMES PESKAR 

E. St. Louis, 111. 

DAVID ROGERS 
E. St. Louis, 111. 
DELORES SILVERS 
E. St. Louis, 111. 


Trenton, 111. 


Second Semester 


MARGRITT BUNGE 

Frankfort, Germany 


WILLIAM BROWN 

New Douglas, 111. 


RONALD CHASE 


PATRICIA COX 


Greenville, 111. 


Scott AFB, 111. 


THOMAS FAY 
O'Fallon, 111. 


MARGARET DILLINGER 

Lebanon, 111. 


LOU HEINRITZ 
Collinsville, 111, 


ROBERT ENGLISH 
Scott AFB, 111. 


JAMES KINTNER 
E. St. Louis, 111. 


GEORGE FREY 
O'Fallon, 111. 


DALLAS LLOYD 
Scott AFB, 111. 


LOUIS HATZL 
E. St. Louis, 111. 


JOSEPH MC DONALD 
Okwaville, 111. 


JOHN KAMMERMANN 
Pontiac, 111. 


NORA MATORY 

E. St. Louis, 111. 


LLOYD O'BANNON 

O'Fallon, 111. 


JAMES O'DONNELL 
Scott AFB, 111. 


HERBERT VANCE 
Scott AFB, 111. 



Senior Activities 



ANTHONY, VIRGIL East St. Louis 

Major: Biology, Minor: Social Studies. 

BAUM, NOEL Waterloo 

Major: Education, Minor: Business; University of 
Illinois; Imperial Valley Junior College, Elcentro, 
California; German Club; Basketball; President 
of Boys Dormitory. 

BEASLEY, SANDRA Caseyville 

Major: Music, Minor: Music,; Clio, President; 
Sigma Tau Delta, President; McKendrean Staff; 
Student Faculty Council, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Choir; Chapel Choir; Operas, "The Medium", "The 
Old Maid and The Thief"; Secretary Senior Class; 
Queen Candidate 1, 2, 4; Who's Who. 

BORGER. MARTHA RUTH Freeburg 

Major: Primary Education, Minor: Psychology; 
Southern Illinois University; Clio; Choir; W.S. 

c.s. 

BUDINA, JR., JOHN W. O'Fallon 

Major: Business Education, Minor: Spanish; 
Montana State University. 

DUNCAN, JOYCELYN Marion 

Majors: Music and Education, Minor: Music; 
Southern Illinois University; Alpha Omega, Presi- 
dent; M.S.M.; Kappa Chi; Choir; Chapel Choir; 
W.S.C.S. 

ENGLISH, ROBERT Nashua, New Hampshire 

Major.: Business Administration, Minor: History; 
University of Maryland; Trinity University, San 
Antonio, Texas. 

FREY. GEORGE O'Fallon 

Major: Science Divisional; Harris Teachers Col- 
lege, Michigan State. 

GIGER, JOHN COOPER Collinsville 

Major: Sociology, Minor: Psychology; Plato, 
President; Band; McKendrean Staff; Student Fac- 
ulty Council; Choir; Wrestling; Quartet; Vice- 
President Boys Dormitory. 



HEUSER, JACQUELYN Marine 

Majors: Art and Education, Minor: History; Sig- 
ma Tau Delta; Dramatics Club; Choir; Spanish 
Club. 

HUDSON, RUBY JEAN East St. Louis 

Major: English, Minor: Psychology; Illinois State 
Normal University. 

LEE, ALICE CHANG Seoul, Korea 

Major: Social Studies, Minor: Psychology; E.W. 
H.A. Womens University, Seoul, Korea; M.S.M. ; 
Clio; Choir; W.S.C.S. 

MATORY, NORA ALYCE East St. Louis 

Major: Elementary Education, Min or .-Philosophy; 
Quincy College. 

MC DANNOLD, JOSEPH WILLIAM Okawville 
Major: Social Studies; Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity. 

MEDLIN, DALE Carmi 

Major: Social Studies, Minor: Physical Educa- 
tion; M.S.M. ; McK Review Staff; President of 
the Junior Class. 

METZGER, DONALD Mt. Vernon 

Major: Religion, Minor: Journalism; M.S.M.; 
Philo, President; P. A.F.; McKendrean Staff, Ed- 
itor; Student Faculty Council, President of Stu- 
dent Body; Kappa Chi; Dramatics Club; McK 
Review Staff; McK Club; Sports Publicity for 
College; Who's Who. 

MORRIS, CARROLL D. Troy 

Major: Social Studies Divisional; Centralia Junior 
College; M.S.M.; Kappa Chi; Dramatics Club; 
P.A.F. 



O'DONNELL. JAMES S. Joplin, Mo. 

Major: Business, Minors: Economics and Science; 
Pittsburg State Teachers College; Dayton Univer- 
sity; Air Force Institute of Technology. 



OTT, JACK Collinsville 

Major: English, Minor: Psychology; Philo; McK 
Review Staff. 

PLEAS, JOHN East St. Louis 

Major: Biology, Minor: Education; German Club; 
Dramatics Club; Basketball; Choir. 

PLEAS, M. IMOGENE East St. Louis 

Major: Elementary Education, Minors: English, 

Psychology, History; Oakland Junior College; 
Clio; German Club; W.S.C.S. 

PRITCHARD, WANDA East Alton 

Major: Art, Minor: Music; M.S.M.; Clio, Presi- 
dent; McKendrean Staff; Student Faculty Coun- 
cil, Secretary-Treasurer; Choir; Chapel Choir; 
Ensemble, Alto Rhapsody; Operas, "The Medium" 
and "The Old Maid and The Thief"; President 
of Girls Dormitory; W.S.C.S; Who's Who. 

RIDGEWAY, MARY ELLEN SICHLING 

Mounds 
Major: Education, Minor: Social Studies; M.S.M.; 
Clio; Cheerleader; Student Faculty Council, Sec- 
retaryJreasurer; Choir; W.S.C.S.; F.T.A. 

RIDGEWAY, WILLIAM T. Mounds 

Major: Business Education, Minor: Speech; Span- 
ish Club; Dramatics Club; President of Senior 
Class; Student Faculty Council, President of the 
Student Body. 

SCHUETZ, DWIGHT Alton 

Major: Social Studies Divisional; M.S.M.; Plato; 
Basketball Manager. 

SKELTON, NEVA Eldorado 

Major: Education, Minors: Art and Geography; 
Southern Illinois University; University of Miss- 
ouri, Columbia, Missouri; Warrensburg State 
Teachers College. 

SMITH, ROBERT RAY Carlsbad, New Mexico 
Major: Social Studies Divisional; M.S.M., Presi- 
dent; Philo; McK Review Staff; Kappa Chi; 
President of Freshman Class; Who's Who. 



SPERRY, RONNIE E. Ramsey 

Major: Business Education, Minor: Psychology; 
Greenville College; University of Maryland; Dra- 
matics Club. 

STUMP, NANCY Chicago 

Major: Speech, Minor: Education; Millikin Uni- 
versity; M.S.M.; Chio, Vice-President; Dramatics 
Club; Choir; W.S.C.S. 

TOLLEY, CLARENCE L. Marion 

Major: Business Administration, Minors: Philoso- 
phy and Religion; Southern Illinois University. 

TOWNSEND, GERTRUDE East St. Louis 

Major: Business Education, Minor: Psychology; 
Lincoln University. Jefferson City, Missouri. 

VANCE, HUBERT DALE Scott AFB 

Major: Business Education, Minor: Psychology; 
Belleville Junior College; Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity. 

VOLMA, BEATRICE Edwardsville 

Major: Speech, Minor: English; Sigma Tau Delta, 
President; Spanish Club; Student Faculty Coun- 
cil; Dramatics Club, Secretary; Who's Who. 

WEYGANDT, ARKELL D. Belleville 

Major: History, Minor: Biology; University of 
Illinois. 

WEYGANDT, ERNA H. Belleville 

Major: English, Minors: History and German; 
Southern Illinois University; Sigma Tau Delta. 



May Queen 
1958 




BABS ANNE BOWE 




Babs Anne Bowe escorted by Charles Murray 




Sandie Beasley, Babs Bowe, Joycelyn Duncan. Bill 
Fester, Charles Murray, Bob Zeigler. 



Jack Giger, Carol Love, Charles Murray, Sandie 
Beasley, Queen Babs, Joycelyn Duncan, Bob Zeig- 
ler, Alma Kleinaitis, Noel Baum 




Graduation 

Day 

1958 




President's Reception 






1958-1959 Homecoming Queen 
JACKIE JOHNSON 



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Retiring Queen Treva Powell Iaun 
Escorted by Don Proctor 




Senior Sandra Beasley 
Escorted by Bill Ridgeway 




Junior Alma Kleinaitis 
Escorted by Howard Simpson 




Freshman Jeanette Johnson 
Escorted by Larry Laquement 



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Story Book 



FIRST PLACE 

'Aladdin's Lamp" 
Freshman Class 



'The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe" 
Alpha Omega 





"Alice in Wonderland' 
Clio 



Land 



"Cinderella" 
Queens' Float 





'The Three Little Pigs' 
Stage Crafters 



Tinocchio" 
Plato 





'Robinson Crusoe" 
Philo 





Cheerleaders 



'I'm not cold, thanks. 



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"Why so smug ?" 



"H-H-Hold your flowers ' 
I'll be glad to." 





'The wolf is for burning ? 



Founders' Day 




Mr. James C. Thompson reads citation for Honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree 
for Rev. Clarence C. Collins as Dr. Garrison and Dean Grandy look on. 





George T. Wilkins, State Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Instruction for Illinois, speaks after receiv- 
ing his Honorary Doctor of Law Degree. 



"Prelude to Brotherhood," was the topic of the 
main address given by Dr. Byron Stroh. 




mdetA 



PETTUS RANDALL 



IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES 



/T\ P O. BOX 934 

cfuJcalooda, tllabama 
December 1, 1958 



Mr. Donald G. Metzger 
McKendree College 
Lebanon, Illinois 

Dear Mr. Metzger: 

You have been recommended to us from your campus for recognition 
in the 1958-59 Edition of WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. It is a pleasure to tell you that your 
nomination has been accepted. 

The students recognized by this organization each year are nominated 
from approximately 750 colleges and universities. Campus nominating 
committees are instructed to consider, in making their selections, the 
student's scholarship; his participation and leadership in academic and 
extracurricular activities; his citizenship and service to the school; his 
promise of future usefulness. 

The organization awards each member a certificate of recognition, 
presented on the campus either at graduation or earlier in the year. Also, 
it provides a placement or reference service to assist members seeking 
employment, scholarships or fellowships, etc. There is no cost to mem- 
bers for inclusion in the publication or for any of the services rendered by 
the organization. 

Before you fill in the blank forms that accompany this letter, please 
read the Instruction Sheet; this sheet explains the nature of each form and 
the purpose for which it will be used. It is your responsibility to complete 
your forms carefully, particularly the two biography blanks and to mail 
your completed forms to this office promptly. One of the Employment 
Forms should be returned with your other forms; and the other along with 
your requests for recommendation. Try to return your forms within ten 
days at the latest so there will be no chance of omission. 

Our staff wishes to add its compliments to those you have received on 
the campus and to extend you a cordial welcome. We hope you will con- 
sider this recognition a small reward for work well done and an encourage- 
ment for the future. 



Sincerely yours, 



HPRrmw H - P ettus Randall 

Encs. Editor 




SANDIE.BEASLEY 



RONNIE MAUCK 





DON METZGER 



DON PROCTOR 





WANDA PRITCHARD 




EARL RENSHAW 




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Alpha Omega 




First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Swan, Carrie Cullison, Angie Buchele, Alma Kleinaitis 
Second Row: Martha Hatris, Billie Neville, Maxine Turner, Joycelyn Duncan. 




PLEDGE: Trudy McCammond 



Clio 




First Row, Left to Right: Ruth Witter, Vicki Walker, Nancy Stump, Martha Ruth Borger. 
Second Row: Jackie Johnson, Mary Ellen Landon, Sue Early. Back Row: Sandie Beasley, 
Wanda Pritchard, Sara Daech. 




PLEDGES — First Row, Left to Right: Sofia Gonzalez, Linda Roark, Ruth Smalley. Second 
Row: Imogene Pleas, Sandra Ozment, Betty Myers, Mary Frances Leckrone, Velera Case. 



Philo 




First Row, Left to Right: Bill Gullick, Ron Bogart, Don Neibel, Lynn Grove. Second Row: 
Don Metzger. Ivan Horn, Gary Scheller, Don Proctor, Bob Smith. 




PLEDGES — First Row, Left to Right: Fred Heleine, Roger Knox, Buddie Johnson, Charles 
Korunka. Second Row: Bob Kammermann, Gary East, Ron Coleman. 



Plato 




Left to Right: Richard Gedney, Jack Giger, Bill Herbst, Bob Zeigler, Terry Barger. 




First Row, Left to Right: John Harris, Brent Richardson, Irvin Oliver, Don Boan, George 
Pence Kenny Whittaker. Second Row: Don Whitacre, Larry Lacquement, Gary Carter, Ted 
Brammeier, Victor Russell. 



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EDITOR: Don Metzger 




STAFF — First Row, Left to Right: Buddie Johnson, Don Metzger. Second Row: Kenny 
Whil laker, Mary Swan, John Milford, Mary Lee Zabel, Wanda Pritchard. Back Row: Jack 
Giger; Advisor, Mr. Orville Schanz; Sue Early, Gary Scheller, Maxine Turner, Dwight Schuetz. 




Mc Kendree 
Review 



First Semester Editor, Ron Bogart; Associate Editor, 
Lynn Grove; Second Semester Editor, Mary Ellen Landon. 




First Row, Left to Right: Fred Heleine; Advisor, Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon, Mary Ellen Landon, 
Ron Bogart, Lynn Grove. Second Row: Jeanette Poplar, Nadine Windhorst, Sofia Gonzalez, 
Ted Brammier, Marcella Fessler, Don Whitacre, Bill Parker, Eldon Sauerwein. 



Student-Faculty Counci 




First Row, Left to Right: Don Metzger, Bea Volma, Mrs. Williams, Wanda Pritchard. Second 
Row: Mr. Werner, Mr. Fleming, Bucky Jordon, Mr. Brown, Ron Bogart. Not Pictured: Jack 
Giger. 



Public Affairs Forum 




Fir-t Row, Left t .gfit: Anlolin Diaz, Lynn Grove. Second Row: Dr. Clark, 
Cairoll Mor- _,ir. Brown, Don Metzger, Maurice Hurst, Margritt Bunge, Larry 
Lacnuemcnt, ferry Barger, John Bowman, Gilder Harris. 




Left to Right: Mary Ellen Landon, Alma Kleinaitis, Martha Harris, 
Priscilla Rice, Vicki Walker. 



Office Staff 




Left to Right: Sara Daech, Donna Greenwalt, Ruth King, Helen Brown, Letty 
Cruse, Louis Kittle. 



Dining Room Staff 




Left to Right: Jackie Johnson, Sandie Beasley, Wanda Pritchard, Joycelyn Duncan, Mary 
Frances Leckrone, Velera Case. 



Kitchen Workers 




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Left to Right: Joyce Thompson. Jeanetle Walthes. Delores Corrie. 
Saundra Saunders. 



Kitchen Staff 



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Left to Right: Mrs. Canty, Mrs. Thornley, Mrs. Votrain. 



Maintenance 




First Row, Left to Right: Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, Joe Boner; Ted Williams, 
Huey Campbell, Kenny Widicus. Second Roiv: Leo Schulte. Dan Hohrein, Linwood Rhoden. 



M.S.M. 




M.S.M. OFFICERS: Morning Prayer Meeting, Nancy Swan; Pianist, Angie Buchele; Song 
Leader, Don Neibel; President, Earl Renshaw; Vice-President, Ed Sadler; Evening Prayer 
Meeting, Carrie Cullison; Treasurer, Virginia Wood; Delegate to State M.S.M., Sara Daech; 
Secretary, Jackie Johnson; Noon Prayer Meeting, Carl Carter; Social Chairmen, Willie Wil- 
liams and Freddie Edwards. 



Kappa Chi 




First Row, Left to Right: Marcella Fessler, Cleta Coble, Carl Carter, Charles Koertge. Second 
Row: Velera Case, Betty Myers, Maxine Turner, Charles McKnelly, Roy Adams. Third Row: 
Ron Bogart, Carroll Morris, Lafe McCorkle, Boyd Carter. 



w.s.c.s. 




First Row, Left to Right: Maxine Turner, Nancy Swan, Martha Halfacre. Second Row: Carrie 
Cullison, Naomi Hall, Martha Harris, Judy Coleman, Sue Early, Mary Swan, Carolyn Hall. 



M.C.K. 




Left Side, Front to Back: Sara Daech, Marcella Fessler, Maxine Turner. Right 
Side, Front to Back: Delores Corrie, Cleta Coble, Ron Bogart. 



German Club 




First Row, Left to Right: James Kintner, David Reinhardt, Thomas Fay, Letty Kunz, Charles 
Korunka; Advisor, Mrs. Clark; Dan Walker. Second Roiv: Darnie Sanders, Robert Standish, 
John Harris, Raymond Lewis, Larry Lacquement, John Rathmann, Bob Isaacs, Melvin Leacher. 
Third Row: Tom Arras, John Franklin, Theo McCorkle, Elmer Hargis, Derwood Derickson, 
Allan Fries, Howard Simpson, Bob Zeigler. 



Spanish Club 




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First Row, Left to Right: Theresa Tamayo; Advisor, Mrs. Dittemore; Sofia Gonzalez, Lou 
Heinritz. Second Row: Ruth Auwarter, Jackie Heuser, Agnes McElroy, Bea Volma, Velera 
Case, Bill Ridgeway. 



Sigma Tail Delta 




First Row, Left to Right: Ruby Hudson, Priscilla Rice. Margritt Bunge, Linette Maedge, 
Bea Volma, Lou Heinritz, Jackie Heuser. Second Row: Advisor, Dr. McCain; Ron Bogart. 
Agnes McElroy, Advisor, Dr. Silver; Vi Fritz, Bill Gullick, Larry Lacquement. Third Row: 
Don Boan, Ricky George, Herb Forcade, Lynn Grove. 



Sigma Zeta 




First Row, Left to Right: Bob Rehg, Barbara Chappie, Kay Linder, Joyce Hudson, Carmett 
Helms. Second Row: Advisor, Dr. Freeman; Richard Gedney, Ronald Mauch, John Lorent- 
zen; Advisor, Mr. Flemming. 




First Row, Left to Right: Carolyn Hall, Bea Volma, Jackie Johnson; Advisor, Mrs. Williams; 
Sara Daech, Margritt Bunge. Second Row: Ron Bogart, Lynn Grove, Roger Knox, Jackie 
Heuser, Barbara Chappie, Don Boan. Third Row: Bennie Donald, John Bowman, Noel Baum. 
Don Metzger, Larry Lacquement. 



Book Store Staff 




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Left to Right: Bob Smith, Elaine Smith, John Milford. 



First Row, Front to Back: Mary Lee Zabel, Ruth Smalley, Nancy Swan, Carol Loyet, Sara 
Daech, Carrie Cullison. Second Row: Judy Coleman, Jeanette Walthes, Sofia Gonzalez, 
Virginia Wood, Wanda Pritchard, Betty Myers, Sharon White. Third Row: Cleta Coble, 
Joycely Duncan, Sandie Beasley, Linette Maedge, Mary Frances Leckrone, Anne Webb, Angie 
Buchele, Velera Case, Mary Swan, Martha Halfacre. Fourth Row: Charles Korunka, Charles 
McKnelly, Jack Giger, Bob Zeigler, Don Neibel, Floyd Williams, Jack Tharp, Bob Kammer- 
mann, James Kintner, Bucky Jordon, Ricky George, Roger Knox. 



Chapel Choir 




First Row, Left to Right: Joycelyn Duncan, Sandie Beasley, Martha Halfacre, Wanda Prit- 
chard, Nancy Swan, Linette Maedge. Second Row: Don Neibel, Bob Zeigler, Floyd Williams, 
Jack Tharp, Bob Kammermann, George Lareau. 



nstrumental Ensemble 




Left to Right: Director, Mr. Tuerck; Charles Korunka, Anne Webb, Phyllis Nies, Jeanette 
Johnson, Mary Swan, Bob Rahe. 



Student Recitals 



Seated, Left to Right: Sandie Beasley, Voice; Mary Lee 
Zabel, Voice. Standing: Wanda Pritchard, Art; Angie 
3uchele, Piano; Don Neibel, Voice; Jackie Heuser, Art; 
Nancy Swan, Piano. 



Quartet 




First Row: James Kintner. Second Row, Left to Right: 
Bucky Jordon, Bob Zeigler. Third Row: Don Neibel. 





Activities 







Any courses in 
camel care ? 




Salts ! I'm stuck with ole 
for three hours. 





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Gee ! I won't get the egg 
check till Friday. 




Four hours credit for bas- 
ket weaving ? 




Hey, partner ! Where's the 
hunkhouse ? 




Help ! Neibel ! 




Study ? 




'All work no play. 




"No speaka de Englis !" 




Not me you dummy ! 
The ball ! 





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Here's your ballot, Bob. 




Here's the answer. 



Darling ! 







Funny ? ? 



Hungry 





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Sing, Joyce, Sing 



Good Isn't it 



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Just keep reading 








Did I write that 




Cowgirl 



Let me see 






It is raining ' 



Recess 





You don't need any sugar. 




Don't turn the page ! 




Siesta Time 




Night 
Classes 




1958 P. C. £ Champions 




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Kneeling, Left to Right: Charlie Johnson, Don Fizer, Willie Williams, Buddie Johnson, Bob 
Schulte, Roger Papproth, Bill Roberts, Dan Odle, and Warren Itiner. Standing: Orval Kimmle, 
Jack Parker, Derwood Derickson, Gerald Brooks, Jerry Essington, Hank Feldt, Neal Welz, 
Wayne King, Arlie Smith, and Coach Cruse. 









1958 BASEBALL RESULTS 




May 


2 


McK 14 


Illinois College 


1 


April 

April 

April 
April 
April 


1 

3 

4 
4 
9 


McK 
McK 
McK 
McK 
McK 
McK 
McK 


5 
6 
21 

4 

1 
9 


Taylor University 
Taylor University 
Murray State College 
Murray State College 
Austin - Peay State 
David Lipscomb College 
Concordia Seminary 


2 

5 
3 
(canceled) 
8 
8 


May 
May 
May 

May 

May 
May 


3 
6 
9 
10 

13 
15 


McK 

McK 9 
McK 2 
McK 9 
McK 10 
McK 21 
McK 14 


Menard State Penitentiary ( rained 

Illinois College 

Scott Air Base 

Pudacah Jr. College 

Pudacah Jr. College 

Principia College 

Greenville College 


out) 
4 
7 
8 
1 
3 
1 


April 


11 


McK 


10 


Harris Teachers College 


4 












April 
April 


12 
L5 


McK 
McK 


9 
15 


Principia College 
Springfield Concordia 


1 








1958 FALL BASEBALL RESULTS 




April 


18 


McK 


9 


Oakland City College 


13 


Sept. 


20 


McK 


3 Menard Penitentiary 


2 


April 


L9 


McK 


6 


Rosy Poly 


5 


Sept. 


26 


McK 


5 Concordia Seminary 


1 






McK 


12 


Rosy Poly 


7 






McK 


4 Concordia Seminary 


2 


April 


22 


McK 


14 


Springfield Concordia 


5 


Sept. 


29 


McK 


1 Greenville College 


3 


April 


25 


McK 


15 


Greenville College 


1 


Sept. 


30 


McK 


1 Concordia Seminary 


3 


April 


26 


McK 




Scott Air Base 


(rained out) 


Oct. 


3 


McK 


13 Greenville College 


10 


April 


29 


McK 


10 


Harris Teachers College 


16 


Oct. 


4 


McK 


2 St. Louis University 


1 




McK PITCHING STAFF — Left to Right: Buddie Johnson, Wayne King, 
Warren Ittner, Gerald Brooks, Arlie Smith, and Charlie Johnson. 




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OUTFIELDERS — Left to Right: Jerry Essington, Bill 
Roberts, Dan Fizer, Jack Parker, and Derwood Derickson. 



INFIELDERS — Standing, Left to Right: Orval Kimmle, 
Jack Parker, NeaJ Welz, Hank Feldt, and Arlie Smith. 
Bending: Buddie Johnson, Bob Schulte, Willie Williams, 
Roger Papproth, and Dan Odel. 





Coach Dale Cruse and the 1958 P.C.C. trophy. 



1958 FALL INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 
MOST AT BATS (21) _. __ Jerry Essington 

Bob Schulte 

MOST RUNS (5) Dan Fizer 

MOST HITS (6) Arlie Smith 

MOST PUT OUTS (48) Neal Welz 

MOST ASSISTS (13) ^ Bob Schulte 

MOST ERRORS (6) Bob Schulte 

MOST 2B. (2) Dan Fizer 

MOST 3B. None 

MOST H.R. (1) _ ._ Wayne King 

Jerry Essington 
MOST STOLEN BASES (5) _ Dan Fizer 

MOST SACRIFICES (2) . ._ Arlie Smith 

MOST HIT BY PITCHED BALL (2) 

Roger Papproth 

MOST BASE ON BALLS (4) Dan Fizer 

MOST STRIKE OUTS (3) _. ._ Bill Roberts 

Arlie Smith 
MOST RUNS BATTED IN (4) 

Jerry Essington _ 



HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE 
FALL 1958 

Wayne King .333 

Arlie Smith _. .316 

Roger Papproth .300 

Dan Fizer .278 

Neal Welz .250 

Henry Feldt .250 

Jerry Brooks .250 

Woody Derickson ' .250 

Jerry Essington .238 

Jack Parker .214 

Bill Roberts .211 

Orval Kimmle .. .200 

Bob Schulte _. .190 

Warren Ittner .000 

Danny Odle _. .000 

Willie Williams __ __ .000 

Buddy Johnson _, .000 

Don Bowers .000 



1958-S9 P.C.C. Champions 




Kneeling, Left to Right: Douglas Glanzner, Harold Welch, Bill Roberts, Leland Schulte, Willie 
Williams, Don Proctor, Jerry Essington, Coach Oldfield. Back Row: Neal Welz, Marvin Jones, 
Sam Hippie, Sherman Nelson, Mark Hill, Rod Humphries, Keith Hall, Ron Humphries. 



INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM SCORING RECORDS 





G. 


FG. 


FT. 


F. 


TP. 


AVE. 


Proctor 


21 


120 


120 


62 


360 


17.1 


Roberts 


24 


138 


86 


47 


362 


15.1 


Welch 


24 


100 


41 


41 


241 


10.0 


Jones 


7 


35 


24 


21 


94 


13.4 


Hippie 


19 


25 


24 


21 


78 


4.1 


Ron Humphries 


18 


36 


35 


24 


107 


5.9 


Williams 


19 


27 


32 


35 


86 


4.5 


Schulte 


18 


26 


17 


31 


69 


3.8 


Nelson 


15 


121 


83 


46 


325 


21.6 


Others 




43 


37 


102 


123 




McK Totals 


24 


671 


490 


430 


1841 


76.7 


Opponents Totals 


24 


689 


385 


493 


1753 


73.0 



1958-59 Junior Varsity 




Kneeling, Left to Right: Howard Simpson, Willie Williams, Roger Papproth, Henry Robards, 
Dan Odle, Jack Moore, Lesley Kimmel, Coach Oldfield. Second Row: Rod Humphries, 
Gerald Brooks, Eldon Sauerwein, Orval Kimmle, Ron Humphries, Keith Hall. Third Row: 
Mark Hill, Sam Hippie, Marvin Jones, Theo McCorkle, Vernon Nave. 



1958 - 59 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETRALL RESULTS 



McK 


98 


Flat River Junior College 


87 


McK 


66 


SIU Alton Branch 


79 


McK 


77 


Mt. Vernon Junior College 


73 


McK 


96 


Sanford-Brown 


91 


McK 


70 


Lincoln University JV's 


67 


McK 


99 


SIU E. St. Louis Branch 


54 


McK 


94 


Collinsville B.B.B.'s 


80 


McK 


99 


Waterloo Hi-Fi's 


91 


McK 


86 


Southeast Mo. State JV's 


80 


McK 


66 


Sanford-Brown 


52 


McK 


72 


Southeast Mo. State JV's 


71 


McK 


74 


Flat River Junior College 


62 


McK 


89 


Greenville JV's 


90 


McK 


97 


Mt. Vernon Junior College 


87 


McK 


77 


SIU E. St. Louis Branch 


57 


McK 


98 


Roxana Ramblers 


106 


McK 


97 


Greenville JV's 


83 


McK 


94 


Belleville Junior College 


77 



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Sherman Nelson 



Harold Welch 





Sam Hippie 




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MARK HILL 




MARVIN JONES 




ROBERT SCHULTE 




RON HUMPHRIES 




ROD HUMPHRIES 



The Bearcats 
In 



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Scorer: Don Metzger and Timer: John Symer "Watch 
Action" 





'Who wants it ?" 



"Such form and grace 





My ! Those tall boys can 



Everybody up 




Now fellows, I want it done this we 



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JEANETTE JOHNSON 



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RUTH SMALLEY 



Intramural 




Basketball 



First Row, Left to Right: Louis Frick. Bennie Green- 
wait, Carl Draper. Second Row: Bill Ridgeway, Theo 
McCorkle, Don Wells. This team finished first. 




First Row, Left to Right: Gene Fuller. Floyd William: 
Bill Parker. Second Row: Ricky George, Terry Barge: 



First Row, Left to Right: Charles Korunka, Charles 
Gaut, Freddie Edwards, Bill Gullick. Second Row: Car- 
roll Miller, Warren Ittner, Dwight Jones. 




First Row, Left to Right: Don Bowers, Brent Richard- 
son, Don Neibel. Second Row: Jim Beine. 



First Row, Left to Right: Hank Feldt, Ron Coleman, 
Tom Wheatley. Second Row: Tom Welch, Boyd Carter, 
Gary East. 



"It's a long reach !" 



'The girls take a rest after a hard game of volleyball." 




'Hey ! Where 'd you come from 





"Bill Roberts takes the Ping-pong champion- 
ship." 



'I like it 




Metzger receives Intramural scoring help from Ricky 
George and Mary Swan. 



McK Cub Kitten's 




First Row, Left to Right: Letty Kunz, Maxine Turner, Carrie Cullison, Naom 
Hall, Anne Pfeffer, Peggy Jackson. Second Row: Kay Linder, Phyllis Neis 
Joyce Hudson, Sue Early, Sharon White, Mary Swan. 



Students and fans enjoy watching the Bear- 
cats play basketball in their new $110,000 
gymnasium. 





1958 McK Racket Squad 




Front Row, Left to Right: Gerald Hall, Yousif Latif. Second Row: Richard Gedney. Dc 
Whitacre, Howard Simpson. 



1957 - 58 TENNIS RESULTS 



McK 


1 


Blackburn 


6 


McK 





Principia 


7 


McK 





Principia 


7 


McK 


1 


Greenville 


6 


McK 





Principia 


7 


McK 


1 


Greenville 


6 


McK 





Blackburn 


7 


McK 


2 


Springfield Concordia 


5 




Well, When you get this far, you should be 
through the MCKENDREAN. I hope you liked 
it. There was the usual last minute rush and 
sleepless nights, but there was also the joy of 
working together. 

Words cannot express the thanks due to Char- 
lie Cox. With camera in hand, he took the ma- 
jority of the pictures appearing in this book. A 
word of thanks also to the advisor, Mr. Orville 
Schanz, who helped design this yearbook cover 
and to my staff for their untiring efforts and 
putting up with me. I further want to thank 
the administration for giving me the opportunity 
of being Editor. 

I sure hope everybody's name was spelled 
correctly and that nobody was left out of an or- 
ganizational picture. Oh ! yes, let me be the 
first one to wish you a Merry Christmas for 1959. 



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