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I960 



McKcndrcc C(illege 
Lebanon. Illinois 



Table of Contents 

Administration 

Faculty 
Classes 

Organizations 

Sports 

Activities 

Who's Who 





In Dedication . . . 



To the memory of MRS. MARY AUDREY DITTEMORE, professor of Languages 
at McKendree from 1957 to 1958, who passed away September 14, 1959. The I960 
McKendrean staff humbly dedicates its efforts to keeping alive the spirit of love and 
friendship which she displayed to both faculty and students. It is our sincere desire 
that McKendreans always may find this book a monument to a personality of great 
integrity, understanding and sincerity, dedicated to the cause of education. 



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Administration 



SCIENCE HALL 




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DR WEBB B GARRISON 
PRESIDHNT 

For two and a half years McKcndree C'ollege and McKendreans were under the 
able super\'ision of Dr. Garrison. In January of this year our campus was stunned at 
his resignation. 

After hearing the pros and cons of his resignation discussed by students and 
faculty all finally came to the realization that perhaps it was a wise decision for all con- 
cerned. Immediately before leaving the campus for his new position as a minister in 
Indianapolis, Indiana, Dr. Garrison spoke in chapel and gave us these four points to 
interpret and to apply to our lives. 

God's mills grind slowly, but exceedingly fine. 

Whom the Gods would destroy, 
they first make mad. 

The bee that robs the flower also fertilizes it. 

When it is dark enough the stars come out. 



W. N. GRANDY, Dean 
Acting President 





RAYMOND DANIEL 

Business AL/ihj^er 




KATHIZRINE POMEROY 

Offn-e ALiiijgcr 



EMERIAL OWEN 

Regiitrar 








Office Staff 




P. Jordon, S. Daech, L. Kittle, L. Lougeay, K. Meggs. 
D. Lauer, L. Cruse. 



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Faculty 




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MR ROBERT BROWN, MA. 

Sociology. A.B., McKendree College; M.A., 

George PeaboJy College. 



MR. LOUIS BUTTS. M.Ed. 

Education. B.S.. MtKendree College; M.Ed 

Washington Univcr^ir)•. 





MRS. MARITA CLARKE 
Gernuin. Teachers College, Munich, Germa- 
ny; First and Second Examinations German 
Teachers Training and Orientation Pro- 
gram in the U. S. 



DR. OTHA CLARK, Ph.D. 
History. B.S., Arkansas Polytechnic College; 
B.D., McCormick Seminary; Ph.D., Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 




MR. DALE CRUSE, M.S. 

Physical Education. 

A.B., McKendree College; M.S., Indiana 

University. 





MRS. ZADA DICKSON, M.A. 

Art 

A.B., M.A., Texas College for Women. 



MR. ELDON DITTEMORi:, M.S. 

Business Education. m0"\ 

A.B., Central Normal College; M.S., Indiana 

University. 





MRS. ELIZABETH DIXON, M.A. 
English and Journalism. 

A.B., Monmouth College; M.A., State Uni- 
versity of Iowa. 




MISS MARY DONHAM, M.S. 

Business Education 

B.S., Indiana State Teachers College; M.S., 

Illinois State Normal University. 



MR. FRED FLEMING. M.S. 

Biology 

B.S., Indiana Central Normal University, M. 

S., University of Wyoming. 





MR. GLENN FREINER, M.M. 

Music 

A.B., McKcndrce College; M.M., Drake L'ni- 

vcrsity. 




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MR. JOHN GODWIN, M.A. 

Physics 

B.S., Indiana State Teachers College; M.A., 

Washington University. 




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MR. PHILIP KENNEDY, MA. 

History, A.A., Pasadena City College; A.l 
A.M., University of Redlanjs. 





MRS. MARIELLA KERR. B A. 
French. B.A., Sweet Briar, Virmni: 



DR. JOHN W. MC CAIN, JR., PhD, 
English. A.B., Newberry College; M.Ed., 
Duke University; M.A., Ph.D., University 
of North Carolina; LL.B., Emory Univer- 
sity. 





MR. PAUL NUGENT, M.A. 

Malht'watn-s. A.B., Franklin College; M.A., 

Miami University. 




MR. JAMES OLDFIELD. M.Ed. 
Psychology and Director of Athletics. 
B.S., Southern Illinois University; M.Ed., 
University of Illinois. 



DR. ROLAND RICE, Ph.D. 

Religion. 

A.B., Haraline University; STB, Harvard 

Divinity School, PhD, Boston University. 





MR. R <: SAYRE, MA. 

rJ:n-alir.„. 

B.S., McKendrec College; A.B., University 

of Illinois; M. A., University of Wiscon- 



MR ORVILLE SCHANZ, M.ME. 

.Wlnu- 

A.B., McKendree College; M.M.E., Drake 

University. 




DR. MILDRED SILVFR, Ph. D. 

A.B., Lawrence College; M.A., Northwestern 
University; Ph.D. State L'niversity of Iowa. 







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MRS. ELLICE SIMMONDS. A.: 

EuoJ,fh 

A.B. Smith Coileee 



MR. GEORGE TIIERCK 
Music 









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MR. KENT WERNER, M.M. 

Musu- 

B.M,, Southern lUinois University; M.M., 

University of Illinois. 




DR. LESTER WICKS, Ph.D. 

Chemistry 

B.S., M.A., St. Louis University; Ph.D., 

Washington University. 



MRS. MARY E. WILLL^MS, M.A. 

Speech 

A. A., Grana Rapids Tumor CoHc.qe; B.S.S., 

Northwestern Lfniversity; M.A., LIniversity 

of Illinois. 




PART TIME FACULTY 

L. D. BAUERSACHS, M.S. 
NORMAN BECK, M.A. 
FREENAM GREER, M.A. 
ARTHUR HORTIN, M.A. 
LOREN JUNG, M.S. 
DELMAR KOEBEL, LL B. 
CHARLES MILLER, MS. 
JAMES NETTLETON, B.D. 
FRANK PIERCE, B.D. 
CURTIS TRAINER, ED.D. 
WILBUR R.L. TRIMPE, M.A. 
SUZANNE WICKS, M.A. 
FELIX WILLIAMS, MS. 
LAWRENCE HORSCH 
CHARLES NICHOLS 
MARVIN STANLEY 



Charlie Cox 

Director of Puhltc Relat'ioin 



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Katherine Daniel 
Librarian 



Don Metzger 

Director of Student Recruitment 




Florence Thornley 

Dietician 



Classes 



■JUST THINK — We'll be 81 
years old when McKendree reaches 
its 200th birthday," Mary Lee Zabel, 
secretary-treasurer of the Senior 
class, remarks to Carl Draper, presi- 
dent: and Don Niebel, vice-presi- 
dent. 




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DONALD G. BOAN 
Belleville. Illinois 

/Major: History 
Minor: Speech 



Ma'iiir: En.slish-Journalism 
Minor: Religion-Philosophy 




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WILLIAM BRAMMEIER 
Oakdale. Illinois 

Major: English-Journalism 
Minor: History 




CARRIE CULLISON 
Thebes, Illinois 

M.i/or: Socul Stiulies Divisional 




DERWOOO DIRICKSON 
Mascoutah, Illinois 

Major: Physical Ixlucadon 
Minor: Biology 



FRED D. EDWARDS 

Galitij, Illm.iis 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History-Sociology 



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CARL DRAPER 

Hartford, Illinois 

Major: Math-Chemistry 
Minor: Education 




EARL FISHER 
Collinsville, Illinois 

Major: Business 
Minor: Psychology 




LYNN GROVE 
Castle Rock, Colorado 

Major: English-Journalism 
Minor: Psychology 



WILLIAM GULLICK 
Mulberry Grove, Illinois 

Major: English 
Minor: History 






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GERALD HALL 
Harrisburg, Illinois 

Major: Business Education 
Minor: Psychology 




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GILDER HARRIS 
O'Fallon, Illinois 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: Religion 




JOHN HARRIS 

East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Chemistry-Biology 
Minor: Business-History 




WILLIAM HERBST 
CoUinsville. Illinois 



Major. 
Minor 



Business 
Psychology 



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IVAN HORN 
Waterloo, Illinois 

Major.' Business 
Minor: Biology 




JOYCE HUDSON 
Crossville, Illinois 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Biology 



MAURICE HURST 
East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: History 
Minor: Social Studies 




JACQUELINE JOHNSON 
Madison, Illinois 

Major: Speech 
Minor: Art 



ROBERT ISSACS 
West Frankfort, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 





EUGENE JUNKER 
Festus, Missouri 

Major: Business 
Almor: English 






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THELMA KILLGORE 
O'Fallon, Illinois 

Major: Education 
Minor: Art 




ALICE LEE 

New York Cir>', New York 

Miijnr: Psychology 
Minor: Education 



GERTRUDE MC CAMMOND 
Davis Junction, Illinois 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Psychology 




CHARLES MCKNELLY 
MurrayviUe, Illinois 

Major: Social Studies Divisional 



LINETTE MAEDGE 
Marine, Illinois 

Major: English 
Minor: Sociology 



MARY MALONE 
East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Education 
Minor: Sociolot;y 




CAROL MILLLR 
Anna, Illinois 

Soual Studies Division,! 



JAMES MONKEN 
Belleville. Illinois 

Ma/oi : Physical Education 
Miiinr: History 



WILMAN MOLSTAD 
Belleville, Illinois 

Major: Business-Education 
Minor: History 




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DONALD NEIBEL 
East St. Luuis, Illinois 

/Major: Voice 
/Minor: Piano 




PRICILLA RICE 
Lebanon, Illinois 

,M,!Jor: Art 

iMinor: Libra ty Science-English 



ROBERT SMITH 
OTallon, Illinois 

Ma/or: Mathematics 
Minor: Physics 



ROBERT SCHULTE 

Freeburg, Illinois 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Biology 







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ROBERT STANISH 
Lebanon, Illinois 

Major: History 
Minor: German 







NANCY SWAN 
Brighton, Illinois 

Miijor: Piano 
Minor: Organ 




VICKI WALKER 

Valley Park Missouri 

Major: Education 
Minor: Art 



DON WELLS 
Carlyie, Illinois 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Bioloiry 





TO^f WHEATLEY 
Percy. Illinois 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 




LARRY WHITI; 
loneshoro, Illinois 



Major: 
Minor: 



English 
History 




RUTH WITTER 
Fairfield. Illinois 

Major: Education 
Minor: History 



VIRGINIA WOOD 

l...U]svillc, Illinois 

Mii/or: Education 
Minor: History-Sociology 



MARY LEE ZABEL 
O'Fallon, Illinois 

/Major: Voice 
Minor: Piano 




THOSE NOT PICTURED 



ALLEN BASSLER 
Trenton, Illinois 

Major: Business Education 
Minor: History and Economics 

BURTON BRONXTSf 
Imperial, Missouri 

Major: English 
Minor: Philosophy 

PATRICIA COX 
Scott A.F.B., Illinois 

Major: Speech 
Minor: English 

BENNIE DONALD 
East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Speech 

ALLEN GAEBE 
Addieville, Illinois 

Major: Business Education 
/Minor: Psychology 



RAYMOND HOBBS 
Trenton, Illinois 

Major: Business 
Minor: History 

HAROLD KELLERMAN 
Belleville, Illinois 

Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 

DON METZGER 

Mt. Vernon, Illinois 

Major: Religion 
Minor: Journalism 

JOHN PLEAS 

East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Biology 
Minor: History 

DARNIE SANDERS 
East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Biology 
Minor: History 

SHIRLEY SCHAEFER 
Lebanon, Illinois 

Major: Speech 
Minor: Business 

DELORES SILVERS 
East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Histor>' 



FREDERICK STOKES 
East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Art 
Minor: Psychology 

GLORIA SYKES 
East St. Louis, Illinois 

Major: Elementary Education 
Minor: Art 

HAROLD WELCH 

Centralia, Illinois 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: History 

NEAL WELZ 
Trenton, Illinois 

Major: Business Education 
Minor: History 

LAURA WHITLOCK 
Belleville, Illinois 

Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Psychology 




HOWARD ALLFN 
Bluford, Illinois 




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JAMFS BEINE 
New Baden, Illinois 



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(LIANITA ANDERS 
Brighton, Illinois 




WILLIAM BERNDSEN 
Brcesc, Illinois 





TOM ARRAS 

Maryvillc, Illino 




ROGER BOECKMAN 
Breese, Illinois 



CARL BEIIRENS 
Bunker Hill, lllino 




DENNIS BUTTS 
CoUinsville, Illinoi 





ROBERT CAMPBELL 

Wood River, Illinois 



SUSANNE EARLY 
Alhiimbra, Illinois 




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JOHN CHRISTIAN 
Witt. Illinois 



HERBERT FORCADE 

Wood River. Illinois 





LARRY COOK 
Belleville, Illinois 



RICHARD GEDNEY 
Valley Park, Missouri 





SARA DAECH 
Edwardsville, Illinois 



MARTHA HARRIS 
Sumner, Illinois 




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FRED HELEINE 
Marshall, Illinois 



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JAMES HIPSHER 
Decatur, Illinois 



PEGGY JACKSON 
Wayne Ciry, Illinois 



RAYMOND JONES 
Benton, Illinois 



MELVIN JORDAN 
Wayne City, Illinois 



LASLEY KIMMELL 
Thompsonville, Illinois 





BUDDIE JOHNSON 
East St, Louis, Illinois 



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CHARLES KORUNKA JR. 
Mt. Olive, Illinois 



LARRY LACQUEMENT 
Flora, Illinois 




IRVIN OLIVER 
CaseyviUe, Illinois 





GEORGE LAREAU 
Athol, Massachusetts 



GEORGE PENCE 

Evergreen Park, Illinois 





THELMA LINDER 
Sims, Illinois 




CECIL RABOURN 
Carrier Mills, Illinois 





BETT\' MORTON 

Centralia, Illinois 



ROBERT RAHE 
Valmeyer, Illinois 




WILLIAM ROBERTS 
Armenia, Illinois 



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EDWARD SADLER 

Palestine, Illinois 



FREDERICK STEIN 
Dorsey, Illinois 



JEANETTE WALTHES 
FreebuTL;, Illinois 



KEN WHITTAKER 
Wolf Lake, Illinois 



BOBBY ZIEGLER 
Marine, Illinois 



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THOSE NOT PICTLIRLD 



ROBERT AVERY 
Lebanon, Illinois 
DAVID BABB 
Sorento, Illinois 
GARY BEESE 
Belleville, Illinois 
MILTON HART 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
MARVIN JONES 
E. St. Louis. Illinois 
JERRY KURZ 
Trenton, Illinois 



DALLAS MELTON 
Tamalco, Illinois 
ERNEST PARKER 
Carlyle, Illinois 
WILLIAM SANDERS 
Trenton. Illinois 
GARY SCHELLER 
Mt. Olive, Illinois 
FREDERICK .SCHWOERKE 
Highland, Illinois 
DENNIS SEXTON 
Belleville. Illinois 



CLARENCE TRAVIS 
Johnston City, Illinois 




THAT'S RIGHT KAY. your diamond goes on your left hand jokes Boh Campbell, president of 
the lunior class as Vicki Walker, vice-president, chuckles at the seriousness .if Kay Lander, 
secretary-treasurer. 




DARRELL ARMISTEAD 

East St. Louis, Illinois 



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RUTH AUWARTER 
Troy, Illinois 




^fARTHA AVERY 
Lebanon, Illinois 



DON BOWERS 
Summerfield, Illinois 



MARY BUCKALOO 
Lebanon, Illinois 



BOYD CARTER 

Collinsvilie, Illinois 



CARL CARTER 
Robinson, Illinois 



GARY CARTER 
Divernon, Illinois 






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VELERA CASE 
Joppa, Illinois 



CLETA COBLE 

Flora, Illinois 




JUDITH COLEMAN 

EIco, Illinois 



DELORES CORRIE 

Claremonr, Illinois 



DONALD CRESS 
OkawviUe, Illinois 



PAUL DEVOR 
Kell, Illinois 




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RONALD COLEMAN 
West Frankfort. Illinois 



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GARY EAST 
Wood River, Illinois 




SOFIA GONZALEZ 
Madison, Illinois 



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NAOMI HALL 
Eldorado, Illinois 



RICHARD HARNIST 
Bcdleville, Illinois 



WARREN ITTNER 
Smithton, Illinois 



BOB KAMMERMANN 
Pontiac, Illinois 




ORVAL KIMMLE 

O'Fallon, Illinois 





WILLIAM HARRIS 
Granite (jtv, Illinois 



ROGER KNOX 
Mt. Vernon, Illinois 





ROBERT KUBACH 

Summit, New Jersey 



BEN LENTZ 
Coulterville, Illinois 





ALVIN LAPSANSKY 
Witt, Illinois 



MELVIN LISCHER 
New Athens, Illinois 





MARY FRANCES LECKRONE 
Belleville, Illinois 



CAROL LOYET 
Lebanon, Illinois 





ROY LEGENDRE 
New Athens, Illinois 



THEO MC CORKLE 
Louisville, Illinois 





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MONICA MCCRACKEN 
Collinsville, Illinois 



SANDRA OZMENT 
Lebanon, Illinois 



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RAYMOND MAY 
Nashville, Illinois 



MYRON MIIGELE 
New Baden, Illinois 



DAVID REINHARDT 
New Baden, Illinois 



DANIEL RIGGLE 
Flora, Illinois 







PHYLLIS NIES 
Trenton, Illinois 



BILL RUSHING 




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ELDON SAUERWEIN 
Bunker Hill, Illinois 







WARREN STIEG 
Okawville, Illinois 



JACK THARP 

East St. Louis, Illinois 



ANNE WEBB 
Ewinc, Illinois 



SHARON WHITE 
Dupo, Illinois 




MARY WILLE 
Troy, Illinois 



DAN WALKER 
Beckemeyer, Illinois 




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FLOYD WILLIAMS 
Joppa, Illinois 



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VIVIAN WORKMAN 
Ingraham, Illinois 



THOSE NOT PICTURED 



GERALD BROOKS 

Lfbanim, Illinois 
DONALD COLLIER 
Sett A, F^ B., Illinois 

mi;lvin gambill 

( cntr.ilia. Illinois 
1 LMLR HARGIS 
Lclianiin, Illinois 
SAM HIPPLE 
Mascuutah. Illinois 
KENNETH HARMs 
Lebanon, Illinois 
ARLINE KELLER 
O'Eallon, Illinois 



HOWARD KENNEY 
East St. Louis, Illinois 
MARGARET LEYDA 
Lebanon, Illinois 
ROBERT LEYDA 
Lebanon, Illinois 
IRENE MOLITOR 
Lebanon, Illinois 
BRENT RI< HARDSON 
Wayne City, Illinois 
\'ICT()R RISSELL 
llhnuhani, Illinois 
WILLIE WILLIAMS 
folp, Illin,.is 




'Take a iltinlc' This is the fountain of youth," iokes Royet Knox, \'ice-PresiJ 
Sophomore class to Catl Cartet, President; and Monica McCrackcn, Secretan' Treasurer. 




PAUL ALLEN 
Carlylc, Illinois 



BILL BLYTHE 
Norris City, Illinois 



CAROLYN BARNETT 

Equality, Illinois 



BRUCE BRITT 
St. Louis, Missouri 



ROBERT BEAL 

East St. Louis, Illinois 







ALONA CAVINS 
O'Fallon, Illinois 



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MILDRED BECKEMEYER 

Catlyle, Illinois 






DAVID CLARK 

Martinsville. Illinois 




JON COCKREL 

Metropolis, Illinois 




RAYDEAN DAVIS 
Carrier Mills, Illinois 





JACK COOK 

New Albany. Indiana 




JAN DE LANEY 
Elora, Illinois 





CAROL COPE 
Trenton, Illinois 



ROBERT DONOHO 
Fairfield, Illinois 





PATSY CREED 
O'Eallon, Illinois 




CLYDE DORRIES 
Breese, Illinois 



JUDY DRESSEL 
Trenton, Illinois 



BARBARA HAENGGI 
Olney, Illinois 




VIRGINIA DUDE 
O'Fallon, Illinois 



TERR^' HARRISON 
Cla\' Citv, Illinois 




DWIGHT FAITZ 

Trenton, Illinois 



JOEL HILLYARD 

Nashville, Illinois 





DARRELT, FRANKLIN 
Louisville, Illinois 



JUDY JACKSON 
Nashville, Illinois 




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BOB JOHNSON 
Marion, Illinois 



FLORENCE LEPPIN 

Altamont, Illinois 








PATSY KITTINGER 
Carmi, Illinois 



SYLVIA KORTE 
Lebanon, Illinois 



NORMAN LANGE 
Waterloo. Illinois 



BONNIE MC BRIDE 
New Athens, Illinois 



ADRIANA MCMURTRY 
Equality, Illinois 



JAMES MALINA 
New Baden, Illinois 






CARL MANIER 
Stonefort, Illinois 




LARRY MARTIN 
West Frankfort, Illinois 



JOELLEN MINTON 
Aruba, Netherlands Antilles 



WILLIAM OPPER 
Canton, Illinois 



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SANDRA MAUCK 
Trenton, Illinois 



CHARLES MAY 
Nashville, Ilinois 



ANNE PFEFFER 
Lebanon, Illinois 



RALPH PHILLIPPE 
Willow Hill, Illinois 




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RAYMOND PIERSON 
Louisville, Illinois 



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JOHN SCHIEPPE 




Summit, New Jersey 


HAR(.)LD RINESMITH 




St. Louis, Missouri 






ALLEN SCHOMAKER 




New Baden, Illinois 



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SKIP S( HWERDTFEGER 

b.mbaRi, Illinois 



GEORGE ROER 




St. Louis, Missouri 






HAROLD SIIAEFFER 




La\\Tence\ ille. Illinois 



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JOYCE SPENCER 
Ainboy, Illinois 



RUDY WILDMAN 
New Athens, Illinois 



EDDIE WOOD 
Mascoutah, Illinois 



MIKE WOLLCOTT 
Harrisburg, Illinois 







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JOHN WILDT 
E. Alton, Illinoi- 



TERRY WORMS 
New Athens, Illinois 




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MIKE WOMACK 
Carbondale, Illinois 



ELLEN YOUNGS 
Harrisbur!;, Illinois 




THOSE NOT PICTURED 



JIM BURKE 
West Frankfort Illinois 
SHERMAN BERRY 
Grafton, Illinois 
ORVAL HARRIS 
E. St. Louis, Illinois 
MARK HILL 
Orland Park, Illinois 
WARREN HUFFMAN 
Flora, Illinois 
JAMES KIRK 
New Albany, Indiana 



ALVIN KIRKPATRICK 
Christopher, Illinois 
KENT LEWIS 
Grayville, Illinois 
DORIS NICHOLSON 
E. St. Louis, Illinois 
JAMES RABER 
St. Louis, Missouri 
THOMAS RABER 
St. Louis, Missouri 
DENNY SYMER 
Lebanon, Illinois 



t:HARLES WITZEL 
Centralia, Illinois 




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"LET'S GET ORGANIZED, we are going to be here for four years," asserts Jo Ellen Minton, 
secretary uf the Freshman class to John Schieppe, vice-president; Jack Cc«k, president; and Terry 
Harrison, treasurer. 




Organizations 




N. Swan, A. Buchele, M. Harris, P. Jackson, T, McCammond, J. Coleman. 
A. Kleinaitis. 



OFFICERS 

T. McCammond, President: P. Jackson, Secretary: M. Harris, 
Treasurer. 



Alpha Omega 




Alpha Omega, the newest society on campus, was chartered 
in November, 1954. It proposes to establish a perpetual bond 
of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and 
more womanly character, to develop the moral, social, cultural 
and intellectual life. Among its special campus activities was 
Christmas caroling. 



PLEDGES 

M. Beckemeyer. P. Ki'tinper, S. White, N. Hall, 
J. Jackson. B. McBride. 




OFFICERS 

S. Early, Secretary: R. Witter. President: V. Walker, Vice- 
President. 



Clio 



Clio, was chartered in May 1881. They attempt to acquire cul- 
tivation of moral, social, and literary refinement; music, both 
instrumental and vocal, debate, and the acquisition of know- 
ledge. They sponsored monthly movies and Carol Loyet as 
Homecoming queen candidate. 



PLEDGES 

M. Wille, V. Dude, J. Spencer, V. Wood. Not 
Pictured: E. Youngs, M. Buckaloo, A. Cavins, 
M. Malone. J. Drussel, and L. Whitlock. 




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OFFICERS 

F. Heleine, \'!LL-Prvsident: L. Gr^)vc 

President: C. Korunka, Secrelar). 



B. Gullick, 



Philo 




Phili), the (ildest society on campus, was founded in January 
1S37. They promote intellectual culture, mutal cooperation of 
members and social activities. They sponsored the annual 
hayride, Halloween party, and Joyce Hudson as Homecoming 
queen candidate; they honored Dr. Garrison with the present- 
ation of McKendree's first fifty star flag. 



PLEDGES 

E. Saddler, R. May, R. Wildman, R. Davis. 




J. Berne. D. Boan, R. Gedne 
Hipsher, L. White. F. Stein. 
Behrens. V. Russell. D. Butts. 



G. C.irter. G Pence. L Lacquement, I 
. Herhst. B. RicharJsun. T. Brammeier. C 



OFFICERS 

G. Pence. Trejsnrer: G. Carter. Vice-President: D. Boan. 

President: T. Brammeier, Secretary. 



Plato 



Plato, founcied in April 1849. attempts to promote fraternal 
brotherhood and at the same time instill a spirit of loyalty to 
the school and nation. Plato, in addition to sponsoring inter- 
society parties-Stella-, sponsored a Christmas Party and a Plato 
Founders Day. Plato mcreased their membership by present- 
ing honorary membership to eight of the nine distinguished 
lecturers, to Mr. Amberg of rhe Sr. Louis Globe-Democrat, 
and a lifetnne membership to Milburn P. Akers. 



PLEDGES 

J. Hillyard, M. W'onlcott. R. Beal. B, Opptr, an. 
G. Lareau. ,Vo/ Pictured: B. Johnson, J. Malina 
C. Rahourn, and D. Ripple. 





H. Fiircade, G Larcju, D Bo.in, ) Milford, Dr Silver, L Lacqucment, L 
Grove, R. B,.i;arr, B Gullik 

B. Chappie, P Ntis, M A\erv, P Rice, L Maedue, M MeCracken, R Au- 
v,ater, M. Willie, M. VanAtkcn, Nut pntiintl. Dr. McCain. 



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OFFICERS: J. Milford, Secre- 
tary: L. Maedue, President; R. 
Bogart, Vice President: P. Rice, 
Treasurer. 




Sigma Tail Delta, a National Horidrary English Society, 
is representee! by the Iota Chapter. It promotes the mas- 
tery of written expression, to encourage worthwhile read- 
ing and to foster a particular interest in English. Select 
material of individual members, if qualified, may be pub- 
lished in The Rectangle, the organization's national maga- 
zine. Among their major activities of the year was spon- 
soring Clarissa Start of tlie St. Louis Post Dispatch, as an 
assembly speaker. 




J. Hams, j. Hudson, M. Allen, M. Matcer, Prcif. Fleming, R. Gedney, O^ C.irter, R. Rehg, Dr. 

Wicks. 

K. LinJer, B. Chappie, T. McCammond, J. Bcine, B. Richardson, D. Sexton. 



Sigma Zcta 




Sigma Zeta, a National Honorary Science Society. 
is represented by the Beta (diapter. The Beta Chapter 
is the oldest existing chapter, and was chartered in lM2(i, 
The purpose of this society is tn cncoLiragc and foster 
the attainment of a knowledge of the sciences and to rec- 
ognize the attainment of high scholarship aninng those 
fitted for inembership in this suciet}' The urganization 
sponsored monthly speakers in the field nf science, field 
trips and original research. 



OFFICFRS. B. Chaplle. /^n u- 
Jeiit: R. Reh.i;, l-'/it l're<iJci,/: 
J. Hudson, Tre.iiurer: K. Linder, 
Secri'laii 




T. BrammcRT, Mrs. M. E. Williams, R. Bopart, Dr. John McCain, M. McCracken. 



Pi Kappa Delta 



The purpose of this organ iz.-irion is to stimtil.tte progress in 
and to fiifther the interests of inter-collegiate speech activities 
and communication in an effort to pnA'ide functional leader- 
ship training for life, and at the same time encourage a spirit 
of fellowship, brotherly cooperation, incentive for achieve- 



OFnCFRS. L. Grove, VueFrenJent: S. 
Daech, Scaci.,n: B Campbell, I'res:- 
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Alpha Psi Omega 



The Alpha Psi Omega Fraternity seeks to develop dramatic 
talent and the art of acting. In order to be qualified for mem- 
bership a student must have earned a standard amount of 
points in the fields of acting and stage production. 



D. Boan, T. Brammcur, S. Daech, B. Ddoald, Mrs. Mary E. Williams, D. 
Metzser, L. Grove, Mr. Orville Schanz, B. Campbell 





OFFICERS: J. Johnson, 
V-President: R. Boragrt, 
President: R. Rahe, 
Treasurer: C. Cope, Sec- 
retary. 



D. Niebel, A. Buche'e, C. Draper, R. Pierson J. Jackson, G. East, L. Martin. 
N. Swan, R. Witter, V. Workman, F. Lcppin, B. Haeni;_i;i. M. Donham. 
P. Kittinger, J. Coleman, D. Corric, C. Cope, A. McMurtry, A. Lee, J. Johnson. 
C. McKnelly, T. McCorkle, B. Jordan, B. Johnson, J. Wilt, F. Williams. 
R. Rahe, C. Coble, M. Leckrone, R. Boaart. 



M.S.M. 



Methodist Student Afovement is .i national uti^anii^ation 
of Methodist youth ortjanized fur the purpose of foster- 
ing a Christian spirit among sttidents. The organization 
was active in sponsoring a stiid\' of Methodist beliefs. 



Kappa Chi 



Dr. Rice, R. Davis, T. McCorkle, H. Shaffer. J. Spen 



Campbell, I. Horn. C. Carter. R. Knox, R, Rahe 
C. Coble, D. Corrie, L. Cook, V. Case. R Phillipe 



OFFICERS: R. Knox, 
ReH,s,ious Lite Rif^rtSLiira- 
tire: C, Coble, Sciict.in 
Treaiurer: C. Carter. Puw 
den/: R Rahe, \'nt I'um 
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H. Forcade, F. Heleine, A. L.ipsansky, R. May, R. Let;endrc-, V. Workman, Mrs. FJizaheth Dixon, 
T. Brammt'ier, J. DeLaney. 



McKendree Review 




The McKendree Review is published every alternate 
Tuesday of the scliool year. The paper was entered 
as second class matter October 19, 1922. The Mc- 
Kendree Review is published by the McKendree Col- 
lege Journalism classes. 



CO-EDITORS 

r. Brammeier, F. HL-leine. 




G. Harris, Kent Werner, D. Boan, J. Milford, N. Swan, Robert Brown, Mary Williams. 

Student-Faculty Council 

The Student Faculty Council is composed of both stu- 
dents and members of the faculty. These persons dis- 
cuss problems of campus activities and possible solu- 
tions. Their meetings are often informal and held 
during the lunch hour. 



Organizations Council 



Organizations Council was formed m the Fall 19^9 
upon the request of the Student FaLulty Council. 
The Organization Council is composed of representa- 
tives from all organizations. The purpose of the Coun- 
cil is to control and direct the activities of both the 
social and professional organizations. 



T. Brammeicr, R. Knox, D. Boan, B. Gullick, I. Horn 
A. Webb, M. Harris, V. Case, K. Linder. 





p. Kittinper, B. Morton, N. Hall, A. Buchele, A. Robinson, \' ,S«.in. 

M. McCracken, J. Jackson, Mrs. Louise Gray, M. Harris, A. Lee, J. Coleman. 



w.s.c.s. 



The purpose of the Susanna Wcsleyan Service Guild is to 
provide a channel within the local church through which 
college women may participate in the program of the Wo- 
man's Division of Christian Service, a program offering 
spiritual enrichment, Christian fellowship, and the opportunity 
to take an active part in developing a world Christian com- 
munity. 




OFFICERS: J. Jackson, Secretary-Treas- 
urer: M. McCracken, Vice-Chairman: B. 
Morton, Membership Chairman. M. 
Harris, Chairman: J. Coleman, Pro- 
gram Chairman. 



Religious Life Council 

Religious Life Council is a branch formed by the Student Faculty 
Council. This organization is composed of all organizations, and it 
proposes to carry out religious emphasis in a year around program of 
campus activities. 

Dr. Rice, B. Campbell, E. Saddler, C, Rabourn, C. Draper, L. Grove. 

G. McCammond, A. Buchele, R. Knox, N. Swan, J, Monken, J. Johnson, 1 H.irn 







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R. Kiuix, 13. Kainnn.rni.iiin, C. Rabourn, ,]. Throp. J. Spencer, I. Horn. 

L. Grove, B. Donald, T. Brammeier, D. Boan, L. Cook, A. Webb, J. Johnson. 

L. Lacquement, Mrs. M. E. Williams, S. Daech, M. Willie, B. Campbell. 

Stage Grafters 

The purpose of Stage Grafters is to create participation and 
interest in all forms of dramatic art on the campus. Among 
the major activities of the year was the presentation of Christ 
in the Concrete City. 



OFFICERS: L. Lacquement, Vice-Pres. 
dent: S. Daech, Preudent: M. Willii 
Secretary: B. Campbell, Tre.isiirer. 



OFFICERS: A. Webb, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; B. Campbell, Vice-President; F. 
Stein, President. 




Public Affairs Forum 

The Public Affairs Forum seeks to keep the students 
informed on current events of national and inter- 
national interest. This measure is obtained through 
discussions, lectures and tape recordings of lectures. 



L. Cook, R. Knox, T. Brammeier, D. Riggle, G. Harris, E. Sadler, Mr. Brown, 

Campbell. 

F. Stein, J. Minton, J. McCammond, C. Cope, C. Schwerdtfeger. 






L. Schulte, C. Kelley, D. Hohrein, G. Deaton, L. Thoder. 
T. Williams, I. Braden, J. Boner. 

Maintenance Staff 

Under the direction and assistance of Joe Boner, the mainte- 
nance crew makes the many repairs and improvements for the 
college. 



Book Store Staff 



Mrs. Keck with the assistance of Lynn Grove maintains the 
bookstore. This is the hangout for all students needing 
books, coffee, and school supplies. 

Mrs. Keck, L. Grove. 




C. CuUison, V. Case, M. Leckrone, J. 
Walthes, J. Johnson. 





Jeanette Walthes serves Governor Strat- 




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COOKS: M. Canty, F. Thornley, I. 
Votrain. 



D. Corrie, S. Gonzalez, C. Coble, V. 
Workman. 





Alma Kleinaitis 



Vicki Walker 





F. Williams, D. Niebel, T. Worms, B. Jordan, G. Lareau. 

M. Avery, S. Mauck, M. Leckrone, N. Swan, M. Buckaloo, A. Pfeffer. 

Chapel Choir 



McKendree College Choir 

The McKendree Choir is composed of thirty-four students. Twelve students are chosen 
from this group to form the Chapel Choir. The Chapel Choir sings during Chapel serv- 
ices and special events. The McKendree Choir under the direction of Prof. Freiner 
presented "Amahl and The Night Visitors," "Requiem," "Invisible Fire," and also the 
"Festival te Deum" with the Belleville Philharmonic Orchestra. 





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SLhulte. Sl.vuhiit; F Edwards, K Lewis, E Fischer, S Hippie, M loms, 1 Burke, A Kirkpatrick 
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St,vidin«: L. Travis, D. Clark, B. Johnson, N[, Womack, M, W'oolc.itt, D. Collier, J- Co. 



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There's one ball out of the picture! 



The Cubkittens had some action too. 



It's mine '\'ou can't have it' 






Fingertip Control! 



Pallet of the hands. 



Please let it come to me! 




"Fifi" Milford with his curly locks. 





A part of the capacity homecoming crowd. 



It looks like beanies until Thanksgiving from the facial 
expressions of rhese poor freshman girls. 





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Kiieeliii,!;: Coach Cruse, C lohnson, L Schulte, B. Rubcrts, D. Rcinhartlt, D, Proctor. Standing: 
N. Welz, D. Armistcu!, G. Brooks, B. Campbell, D, Fizer, \V. Kini;, J. Parker, R. Speiser, H. 
Feldt, W. Ittner, O, Kimmle. Beloir: Coach Dale Cruse. 



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Friends University 


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Friends University 


13 


Friends University 


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Friends University 


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Principia College 


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Harris Teachers College 


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Washington University 


6 


Springfield Concordia 


9 


Concordia Seminary 


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Rose Poly Tech 


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Rose Poly Tech 


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Greenville College 


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Concordia Seminary 


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Univ. of Tennessee 


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Harris Teachers College 


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Illinois College 


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Qakland City College 


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Oakland City College 


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Illinois College 


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Greenx'ille College 


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Menard State Penitentiary 


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Principia College 


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Springfield Concordia 


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MacMurray College 


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MacMurray College 



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Kiiicliir^: L. Sihultc, U- bymur, J. iMunktn, B. R..LxTts, J .Sdia'Pix-, D. Vxtori, Coach Cms 
Slaininii^: R. Kirk, G. Brooks, \V. Dcrickson, O. Kimmlc, J. Cook, M. Allen, N. Welz. 



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Kneeling: R. May, B. Johnson, G. Hall. Standing: L L.Kquement, R. Ci(.Jn<.y. G. C .irter, G. East. 



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And they say football 
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Bowling was new this year 



Get off my back! Will you? 






Oomph! 



Up, up, and away! 



Which of those big round things is 
the ball? 





The ball is behind you, Beaver 




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Although their record wasn't impressive 
Their injuries were! 




First Row: J. Hudson, V. Dude, C. Barnett, P. Jackson, P. Nies, S. Korte, 
A, Webb. Second Ron: K. Linder, F. Leppin, M. Beckemcyer, S. Early, A. 



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Activities 



CLARK HALL 




May Fete 
1959 



QUEEN 
MRS, PATRICIA COX 





Patricia, who is a Senior, is bcinp crown- 
ed by Miss Babs Bowe, retirint; queen. 



Miss S.inJii' Beasley sinys to the new queen amid the 
tircwiirks, whuh were the hlL:hH^hts of the celebration. 




SANDIE BEASLEV 
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PHYLLIS NIES 
Freshman Maid 




Mrs. Pritchard, mother of Wanda Pritchard Overton and Lucille 
Pritchard Stevenson, smiles as she is presented with McKendrees 
Annual Mother of the Year Award by Dr. Webb Garrison. This 
award is presented to a mother of an outstandini; McKendree 
student or students on Parents' Day. 



Parents' Day 



Graduation Day 



May il, l')^'J — Dr. Webb Garris.m and Milburn P. Akers 
k'.id rliv uradiiaiinn iii.irth of the lar.^cst ^raduatin.u class in 
the hisiorv <>( McKendree (...llc.ue up Centennial Walk. 




President's 
Reception 




Dr. and Mrs. Webb Garrison yrcct quests Carol Cope and Theo 
McCorkle at the annual reception held at the Stevenson House. 



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Mr. Kennedy, Don Buan and Danny Riggle meet at the recep- 
tion. Just like old times for these intellectuals. 
Mr. Kent Werner discusses pre\ious receptions held here with 
Anne Webb and Larry Lacquement. 




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Leaders Series 





Due to the ingenuity and foresight of Mr. Richard 
H. Amberg, PubHsher of the St. Louis Globe Demo- 
crat, McKendree College students were honored dur- 
ing this school year with the presence of nine 
distinguished American leader lecturers. Each lecturer 
was from a different vocational field. First in this 
series was Dr. Edwin Dahlberg, President of the 
World Council of Churches. Dr. Dahlberg was fol- 
lowed by Senator Symington of Missouri. The third 
distinguished lecturer is an all time great in sports, 
Stan "The Man" Musial. Dr. Wendell G. Scott rep- 
resented the field of medicine. 

With the beginning of a new semester came the fifth 
in the series. Governor William Stratton. These 
leaders were followed by representatives from the 
fields of law, commimication, construction and busi- 
ness finance. 

Each lecturer was presented with a silver medallion 
as a rememberance of his visit to McKendree Col- 





JOYCE HUDSON, SENIOR 
Sponsored by Philo. 



CAROL COPE, FRESHMAN 
Sponsored by the Freshman class. 









CAROL LOYET, SOPHOMORE 
Sponsored by Clio. 



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HOMECONfING QUEEN 10^0-1960 

VICKI WALKER 

Sponsored by the Junior Class. 



Carol Cope and Carol Loyet watch with interest 








. . . as John Milford, student body president, 
crowns Miss Vicki Walker 1959-60 Homecoming 
Queen. 



Miss Walker receives congratulations from Boh 
Campbell, Junior Class President, as Joyce Hud- 
son looks on. 



Homecoming week was filled with many activities. 



Cheerleaders gather fuel for the bonfire and pep rally. 



. . . John Milford. President of Student Body, presents 
decoration plaque award to Carl Draper, Senior Class 
President, for their decoration, Christmas in Alaska. 






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"Aniahl and the Night Visitors." 



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"What A Relict," si;;h members of the reeeivinii hne when forma- 
lities are almost over. 




Queen, Miss Vicki Walker. 



Members of the court with their escorts enjoy the homecoming 
uame after walkint; the length of the gym. 




Retiring Queen, Miss Jackie 
Johnson. 




HELLO, HELLO! jabbers John Milford as he 
reaches around Doris Lauer. Apparently bit; Don 
Metzger is not aware of John's intentions. 





BASEBALL SEASON AGAIN. Warren Ittner, 
Orval Kimmle and Bob Rehg talk' about next 
year's prospects. 



BASKETBALL IS NOT serious all the time. John 
Milford gets on the floor to help the cheerleaders. 





JOELLEN MINTON and Ellen Younps seem to 
be enjoying their suckers, but whose dog are 
they sharing them with.' 



THE SHEPHERDESSES, Virginia Dude, Sandra 
Ozment, Mary Wille, Sharon White and Mary 
Lee Zahel wait patiently to go on set at opera. 





IN THIS DRAWER," Bob Kammeiman explains 
to Amahl, Eddy Epping, "are my magic stones." 



"I THOUGHT IT WAS WONDERFUL," Velera 
Case joyfully remarks to Larry Lacquement, who 
seems to be more concerned about his stomach. 
Mary Wille and Herb Forcade also are enjoying 
the "after the performance" party given by Mary 
Buckaloo. 



VIRGINIA DUDE happily fills her plate while 
Angle Buchele, Carrie Cullison, Don Neibel, 
George Lareau, Sandra Ozment and Floyd Wil- 
liams have a look of bewilderment. 




SANDY BEASLEY BEARD, the mother, in 
"Amahl and the Night Visitors," answers the 
door to find three kings. Bub Ziegler, Don Neibel 
and Bob Kammerman, and their page, Don Boan. 
Her son, played by Eddy Epping, is awe-struck in 
the background. 



AMAHL'S MOTHER makes a plea to the three 
kings, Don Ncibel, Bob Kammerman and Bob 
Ziegler. 




AMAHL, portrayed by young Eddy Epping, 
embraced by his mother, Sandra Beasley Beard 



"TUFFY" ROBERTS has a discourafiinj; 
moment after falling during the McKendree- 
Greenville game. 




ON THE ARCHERY RANGE Jim Monken 
pulls arrow from the target with the help of 
Fred Edwards and Lee Schulte. 



ALICE LEE AND NAOMI HALL pose for 
the camera between badmintiui matches in 
front of Clark Ha 




PEGGY JACKSON RUSHES up to grab a 
loose ball during girls' basketball game against 
Greenville. Referee Fred Edwards stands back 
as Greenville player and Sylvia Korte jump. 




SOFIA GONZALEZ, Peggy Jackson and Vir- 
ginia Dude proudly display their awards for 
archery. 



PAT WELLS works out on the trampoline 
during a PE class while Sylvia Korte and Vicki 
Walker spot. 






INTERESTING :•' Paul Dc-vor and Carol Cupe 
watch Bent Lent?. c■xplL■^^ himself at the Beatnik 
party. 



THIS IS THE WAY Jack Kcniuac .said his 
friends did it. Fred Schwoerke exhibits a beatnik 
pose for Bob Kammerman, Roger Knox and 
.loclleii Minton. 



LIKE I'M A SQUARE Kennedy and Mr. 
Werner listen intently to Mrs. Kennedy durin.i; 
the Beatnik party sponsored by members of the 
choir. 



AH' Floyd Williams .yets a surprise as Anpie 
Bucheie, Carrie Cullison and Don Neibel enjoy 
the atmosphere. 



FRESHMAN REGISTRATION perplexes these 
girls leaving the Old Gym. They are Alona 
Gavins, Bonnie McBride, Patsy Creed and Virginia 
Dude. 




NOT MUCH CONSERVATION in Pearsons Hall 
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"WHERE IS THE MAIN COURSE>' asks John 
Milford during the coffee hour that Dr. Edwin T. 
Dahlberc attended after his speech which inau- 
gurated the Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series. 





MC KENDREE COLLEGE STUDENTS listen at- 
tentively as Senator Stuart Symington speaks at 
second Distinguished Leaders Lecture Series. 



MARY WILLE AND HERB FORCADE 
stop near Charlie's office to chat between 




ITS NOT LIKE A '()". but it's easier than 
walkin.u, expresses Anne Pfefler to Mary 
Metzj;er and Jim Beine. 




WHEW! Prof certainly explained it thorough- 
ly and now to the dorm to translate, Trudy Mc- 
Cammond declares to Kay Linder and Bob 
Rehg as they exit the Science Hall. 



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IIM BEINE escorts Carol Loyet to the book- 
store tor a Pepsi. 




FRAU CLARK translates for her German class. 
Bob Standish and Gloria Miller share a book, 
while Capt. Scott Williams, next to Bob, studies 
page. 




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INSTRUCTORS BROWN AND SCHANZ pet 
a break between classes to discuss the article about 
New York in a Holiday magazine. 



PLATO! Mr. Kennedy, philosophy instructor, en- 
thusiastically probes a student, as Don Boan 
smirks a sly grin. 



CARL BEHRENS works hard to meet a deadline 
in his business courses. 





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RON BOGART, B. A. 

Ron was one of the busiest students of McKendree colleire M. S. M. and Kappa Chi 
proved helpful in preparation for the ministry. Many times he spoke at M. S. M. and 
was leader of the evening prayer service on campus. 

Ron was editor of the McKendree Review in 1937. Equally important was his 
membership in Philo, Sigma Tau Delta, Stage Grafters, and Student Council in the years 
that followed. In the Homecoming of IM^S, Ron portrayed a herald in the court. 

The most important single event in the college life of Ron Bogart was getting 
married during the summer of 195y. 




ANGELE BUCHELE, B. A. 

Hollywood had nothing on McKendrcc, for wc too had i)ur "Libcrace," in the person 
of "Angie" Buchele. Angie proved her "fint;ertip control" by giving recitals both her 
junior and senior year. Being a member of the McKeiidree choir and pianist at M. S. M., 
helped her to be elected to the select group of Who's Who Among Colleges and Uni- 
versities. 

Outside of the field of music, Angie had many interests of which she equally gave 
her time. Among these activities included being Alpha Omega president and secretary- 
treasurer, and being president of the girls' dorm the first semester of her junior year. 
She was a member of the German Club, ,Student-Faculty Council, Religious Life Council 
and W. S. C. S. 

"Where there's a will there's a way," and Angle's way of financing her college 
education was by teaching piano on the weekends. 



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BARBARA CHAPPLE, B. A. 

Barbara enrered McKendree as a Sophomore in 1958, having first attended both 
Nofinal and Wesleyan Universities at Blooinington, Illinois. But her quiet and confident 
manner won her many friends. 

Barbara has always been interested in science especially from the biological stand- 
point. Therefore it is not surprising that we find her an active member of Sigma Zeta, 
a national honorary science society. During her senior year, she ser\cd as President of 
Sigma Zeta. Barbara was also associated with othet campus activities among them are 
Sigma Tau Delta and Clio. 




CARL DRAPER, B. S. 

Being small in size did not keep Carl from becoming dynamic in actions. His ac- 
tions during his college career have been characterized by his extracurricular activities. 

Preparing himself for a career in the field of mathematics, Carl spent much of his 
time in the college library doing math problems. He worked as an assistant in the chem- 
istry department for two years. Working in the ciiemistry department led to his be- 
coming a member of the Beta chapter of Sigma Zeta. 

Outside of the field of math and chemistry, Carl was a member of Philo, and M. S 
M. In his .senior year he was the class president and worked diligently on the home- 
coming decorations. He spends his spare moments practicing bowling in which he is. 
already an accomplished bowler. 



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JOYCE NADINE HUDSON, B.A. 



As a member of Clio, M.S.M., W.S.C.S., and 
the McKendrean Staff during her freshman year, 
Joyce began to fulfill the requirements necessary 
for becoming a member of Who's Who. Through- 
out college, Joyce had been active in school affairs, 
taking part in the choir, and being biology labora- 
tory assistant for two years, working every spare 
moment to help pay her way through college. 

In 1958 Joyce won the William Walton Scholar- 
ship for being an outstanding student in need of as- 
sistance and for being in the upper-fourth of her 
class. 



Her senior year proved to be one packed with 
activities. Having been editor of the McKendrean 
was her most challenging task. 

Blowing whistles in two physical education 
classes and coaching a girls' basketball team helped 
"Miss Hudson" prepare herself for work in her 
field of interest — physical education. 

Singing "Silent Night" in German was the 
talent displayed by Joyce in the Homecoming Queen 
Contest. Sponsored by Philo, she was runner-up in 
the contest and according to her, "was one of most 
exciting experiences of my life." 




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ALMA KLEINAITIS, B.A. 



Alma has one of the more familiar faces on 
campus, especially to those who study in the library, 
for Alma has worked in the library during her four 
years at McKendree. 

Quietness, beauty, and intelligence have been 
among her many attributes to McKendree life. Alma 
served as a maid in May Fete of her Freshman and 



Sophomore years; and during her Sophomore year 
was elected "Miss Witch." She has been active in 
Campus activities and served as president of Alpha 
Omega her Junior year. Also during her Junior 
year, she was Homecoming queen attendant. 

Painting has been one of her favorite hobbies, 
and her plans for the future include "Butch." 




GERTRUDE TRUDY' MCCAMMOND, B.A. 



"Trudy, may I have an aspirin, " was a familiar 
question asked of her during her undergraduate 
studies here on the campus while acting as student 
body nurse of McKendree College. Before coming 
to McKendree, Trudy graduated from Rock ford Me- 
morial Hospital, receiving her R.N., and was placed 
in charge of a thirty-five bed ward in the hospital. 

Upon entering McKendree, she was quickly 
put to work as the students' nurse and as time passed, 
she built a reputation of being a friend to all, a 



person who was willing to help at all times, and 
also was in charge of the infirmary. 

Among her many activities included being 
President of Alpha Omega, a social society, and a 
member of the Beta Chapter of Sigma Zeta, a sci- 
ence organization. In the spiritual life at McKen- 
dree, Trudy served as a member of the reorganized 
Religious Life Council, and was a nominee for the 
1959-60 Homecoming Queen contest. 




DON NEIBF.L, R^ A. 

Don's primary interest during his collet;c career was singing. It was evident in that 
he belonged to both the McKendree Choir and Cli.ipel Choir During the I95S spring 
tour of the choir, Don sang "This Nearly W'.is Mine," for which he recieved many fine 
compliments. As a voice major, Don ga\e two recitals fur the Fine Arts Department 
one was his junior and one his senior. He continued to pursue his music career by sing 
ing in the McKendree Quartet, and also being .song le.ider at M, S, M His senior year 
.saw him as one of the three bearded kings of the opera. "Amahl and the Night Visitors.' 

Music was ni)t Don's only interest He was the president, vice-president, and secre 
tary of Philo, .ind was' \ ae-presklent of his Sophomore and Senior class, a member of the 
Student-Faculty Counul, mk\ German Chib, His Sophomore year found hull as the vie 
president of choir and during his )unior ,uid senior years lie ser\'ed as president. 





NANCY SWAN, B.A. 



Quiet, modest and definite are adjectives that 
describe Nancy. 

Nancy, during her four year stay at McKendree 
belonged to many organizations and took a very 
active part in student activities. She was finally 
persuaded to admit she has served as secretary-treas- 
urer of every organization to which she has be- 
longed. Among these organizations are Alpha Ome- 
ga, M.S.M., W.S.C.S., German Club and Sigma Tau 
Delta. She was dormitory president her junior year 



in college and representative to the Student-Faculty 
Council her senior year. 

Since an early age Nancy has been interested 
in music. While at McKendree she sang in both the 
McKendree Choir and Chapel Choir, and served 
as assistant pianist for M.S.M. These many activities 
have helped to prepare her for a career in vocation- 
al church music. In addition to playing the piano, 
Nancy also plays the ukulele for relaxation. 



McKendrean Staff 



Joyce Hudson Editor 

Kay Linder Assistant Editor 

Sue Early Business Manager 

Jackie Johnson Senior Editor 

Charles Korunka Junior Editor 

Phyllis Nies Sophomore Editor 

Sandra Mauck Freshman Editor 

Ivan Horn Faculty Editor 

iVIary Lee Zabel, Danny Riggle Co-Activity Editors 

John Milford -^ Art Director 

Mr. Charles Cox Photographer 

Mr. OrviUe Schanz Advisor 





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To McKendree and McKendreans: 

Thanks . . . 

for the knowledge, instructions, and 
guidance; for homecomings, ballgames, and 
fun-packed activities; for laughter 
and tears; for the friends and enemies; 
for your love and fellowship . . . 
which have been a part of my past 
three and one-half years. 

JOYCE HUDSON, Editor 




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