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Roger Ambrosier Art Editor 

Joan Mann Secretary 

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INAUGURATION 




Governor John Dalton delivers the main address 
at the Inauguration of President Robert Foster. 




Dr. Robert Foster accepts the seal of office of President of 
Northwest Missouri State College. 



The Inaugural Party forms outside the gymnasium before joining the academic procession into the Inaugural Ceremony. 




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INAUGURATION 



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President Robert Foster and Dr. Leon Miller (center 
two) pose with the Inauguration speaker, Governor 
John Dalton (left), and Dr. Willis M. Tate, luncheon 
speaker (right). 




President Foster is pictured here with his son Robert III, 
his mother, Mrs. R. P. Foster, Sr., Governor Dalton, and 
his younger son Kemp. 




The sign tells the story. Delegates arrived from colleges and universities across the nation for the 
October 6 Inauguration of Dr. Robert Foster as President of Northwest Missouri State College. 



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INAUGURATION 




President and Mrs. Foster, Dr. and Mrs. Jones, and the Board of Regents and their 
wives form a reception line in the Rose Room of the Union. 




Letters and credentials of congratulations from the 182 representatives of colleges 
and universities across the nation are displayed in the Union Rose Room. 



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Among the platform guests at the Inauguration are President and Mrs. 
Foster, Dr. and Mrs. Jones, Governor Dalton, and the Board of Regents. 



INAUGURATION 




Dr. Willis M. Tate of Southern Methodist University delivers the main address at the Inauguration luncheon held 
in the blue Room of the Union Building. 




The Tower Choir, under the direction of Byron Mitchell, performs at the Inauguration 
of President Foster. 



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^Jhe f lorthweit III issouri ^itate L otteae is here represented bu a 
liahted lamp that shines forth to auide uouna men and women in their 
pursuit of learnina from the booh of hnowledae. 

Zshe lamp of learnina and book of hnowledae , made from native 

walnut of northwest III issouri bu ll/r. fcobert S^unkel of the Zrine *trts 

^Department, are Sumbols of this colleae as it continues to have far 
reaching influence on the lives of the students, facultu, administration, 
and friends of i/orthwest ill issouri J^tate (college. 



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BOARD of REGENTS 




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SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Garvin Williams, W. M. C. Dawson, President Robert P. Foster, David W. Hopkins, C. F. 
Russell, J. P. Morgan. STANDING: Luther G. Belcher, Jr., Harold M. Hull. 



HAROLD M. HULL, a lawyer in Mary- 
ville, is President of the Board of Regents. He 
has served on the Board since 1953. 

W. M. C. DAWSON was appointed to the 
Board in 1951. He is President of the Citizen's 
Bank of Grant City, Missouri. 

GARVIN R. WILLIAMS of Williams 
Lawn Seed Company in Maryville has been a 
member of the Board since 1959. 

J. P. MORGAN, a lawyer and judge of the 
Chillicothe, Missouri, Circuit Court, was ap- 
pointed to the Board of Regents in 1961. 

The members of the Board of Regents are 
appointed to their positions by the Governor 



of Missouri. Each appointment is for a term 
of six years. 

C. F. RUSSELL is Director of Guidance 
in the Trenton, Missouri, public schools. He 
has been a member since 1961. 

DAVID W. HOPKINS of the Anderson- 
Hopkins-Wallace Insurance Agency in St. Jo- 
seph, Missouri, was appointed to the Board in 
1963 by Governor John Dalton. 

HUBERT WHEELER, Missouri Commis- 
sioner of Education, is an ex-officio member of 
the Board. 

LUTHER G. BELCHER, JR., Business 
manager of N.W.M.S.C, is Secretary to the 
Board of Regents. 






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PRE-COMMENCEMENT EVENT 







The Board of Regents and officers of the college met with the Governor of Missouri, the Honorable John Dalton, at the close of 
Dr. Jones' administration. FIRST ROW: Mesdames Dawson, Foster, Russell, Williams, Hopkins, Morgan, Jones, Miller, Koerble, 
Belcher. SECOND ROW: W. M. C. Dawson, C. F. Russell, Dean R. P. Foster, David Hopkins, Garvin Williams, Governor John 
Dalton, President J. W. Jones, J. P. Morgan, Dean Leon F. Miller, Dean C. E. Koerble, Luther Belcher. President of the Board, 
Harold Hull, and Mrs. Hull are not shown in the picture. 




Governor John Dalton, President J. W. Jones, the Board of Regents, the deans of NWMSC, and wives were present 
at the pre-commencement dinner. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



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DEANS 






Dr. Charles H. Thate 

Acting Dean of Administration 



Dr. Leon F. Miller 
Dean of Instruction 



Dr. Charles E. Koerble 
Dean of Students 





Miss Karen Licklider 
Dean of Women 



Mr. Jack Lasley 
Dean of Men. 



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ADMINISTRATION 





Bill Needels, B.S. in Ed. 

Student Loan Chairman 
Student Activities' Director 



John E. Fuhrman 

Assistant Director 
Field Services 





Luther Belcher, M.A. 
Business Manager 



Everett W. Brown, M.Ed. 

Director of Field Services 





Glen Vogt 
Director of Food Service 




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Miss Helen O'Connor 
Nurse 



Miss Pearl Dawson 
Nurse 



Mrs. C. Frances Steele 
Nurse 



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FACULTY 






ACHUTHAN, RADH 
Physics, B.E. in E.E., M.S. in E.E., M.S. in 
Physics. 

AKES, ZELMA 
Supervising teacher of third grade, B.S. in 
Ed., M.S. in Ed. 

ANGMAN, BERNDT 
Political Science, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

ARTHUR, PAULINE 
Supervising teacher of seventh and eighth 
grades, B.S., M.A. 



BA1SYA, HIRA 

Physics, M.Sc, M.S. 

BAKER, EARL 
Physical Education, B.S. in Ed., M.A. 

BARRATT, GEORGE 
Mathematics, B.S., M.S. 

BARROWS, FLOYD 
Humanities-Social Science, B.A. 



BEEKS, JOHN 
Agriculture, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 

BELL, REBECCA 
Foreign Language, B.A., M.A. 

BEUERMAN, DONALD 
Chemistry, B.A., M.S. 

BLANKENSHIP, BILL 

Accounting, B.S., M.S. 





BOONE, LUKE 
Director 1MB and Reference Library, B.A., 
P.G., U.S.N.T.S., M.A. 

BOUSKA, VIRGINIA 
Home Economics, B.S., M.A. 

BREKKE, JERALD 
Social Science, B.S., M.S. 

BROWN, LETA 
Circulation Librarian, A.B. 



BROWNING, EDWARD 
Business, B.S. in Bus. Ad., B.S. in Bus. Ed., 
M.A. 

BROWNING, SHARON 
Business, B.S., M.A. 

BUCKRIDGE, RICHARD 
Physical Education, B.S. in Ed., MA. 

CARPENTER, SAM 
Chemistry, A.B., B.S., B.S. in Ed., Ph.D. 



CATES, PATRICIA 
Social Science, B.S., M.A. 

CATO, JULIA 

English, B.A., M.A. 

COOK, MABEL 
Home Economics, B.S. in Ed., M.A. 

CRIST, LeROY 
Industrial Arts, B.S., M.S., Ed. D. 



FACULTY 




CROZIER, DAVID 

Industrial Arts, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. 

DADY, MILAN 
Education, B.A. in Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D. 

DENNING, ELVIRGA 
Library, B.S., M.A. 

DeVORE, ELWYN 
Business, B.S. in Ed., M.S., D.B.A. 



DIETERICH, H. R. 
Education, B.A., M.A. 

DREPS, JOSEPH 
Foreign Language, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

DUNBAR, VIDA 
Mathematics, A.B., A.M. 

DUNN, MARTHA 
Speech, B.A. 



DYCHE, LEWIS 
Physical Education, A.B., M.S. 

DYKE, DOROTHY 
Social Science, B.A., M.A. 

DYKE, DURWARD 
Business, B.S., M.A., L.L.B. 

FARQUHAR, EDWARD 
Chemistry, B.S., Ph.D. 



FERGUSON, RUTH 

Home Economics, B.A., M.S. 

FISCHER, DUANE 
Social Science, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

FISHER, CAROLYN 
Library, B.S. in Ed. 

FROELICH, DONALD 
Industrial Arts, B.S., M.S. 



FRY, CHARLES 
Humanities, B.A. 

FULSOM, RALPH 
Speech and Drama, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

GARRETT, WILLIAM 
Biology, B.A., M.S. 

GAYLER, GEORGE 
European History, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ph.D. 



GEORGE, HOWARD 
Education, B.S. in Ed., M.S., Ed.D. 

GLEASON, JAMES 
Education, B.Sc, M.Ed., Ed.D. 

GORSUCH, ANNA 
Education, B.S., M.A. 

GRAHAM, AVIS 
Supervising teacher of sixth grade, B.S. in 
Ed., M.Ed. 




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FACULTY 



GREGORY, ROBERT 

Physical Education, B.S. in Ed., M.S. 

GRUBE, FRANK 

English, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

GUTZMER, MARVIN 
Mathematics, B.S., M.S. in Math, M.A. in 
Math. 

HANDKE, FREDERIC 

Finance and Insurance, B.A., M.A., M.A. 



HANDKE, LILLIAN 

English, A.B. 

HARR, JOHN 
Social Science-History, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

HART, RICHARD 
Biology, B.S., M.S. 

HASSENPLUG, H. FRED 
Mathematics, B.S., M.S. 



HASSENPLUG, LOUISE 
Home Economics, B.S., M.S. 

HERZIG, JOHN 
Marketing, B.S., M.S. 

HIGGINBOTHAM, HARLAN 
Chemistry, B.S., Ph.D. 

HILLIX, VIRGINIA 
Art, B.A., M.A. 











HINKHOUSE, JAMES 
Art, B.S. in Art Ed., M.S. in Art Ed., M.F.A. 

HINSHAW, GEORGE 
Speech, A.B., M.A. 

HOUGHTON, FLOYD 
Agriculture, B.S. in Ed., B.S. in Ag., M.A. 

HUNTER, VIOLETTE 
English, B.S., M.A. 



HURST, JAMES 
Social Science, B.S., M.A. 

HURST, JEAN 
English, B.A., M.A. 

JACKSON, LAUR/ 
English, B.A., M.A. 

JACKSON, MARY 
Foreign Language, A.B., M.A. 



JOHNSON, JAMES 
Library, B.A., B.S. in Lib. Sc. 

KALISCH, PHILIP 

Social Science, B.S., M.A. 

KENSINGER, CLIFFORD 
Accounting, B.S., M.Ed. 

KESSLER, CAROLYN 
Library. 



FACULTY 



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KNITTL, ESTHER 

Supervising teacher of fourth grade, B.S. in 
Ed., M.S. in Ed. 

KOERBLE, BETTY 
Speech, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Speech. 

LAFFERTY, KERRY 
Speech, B.S., M.S. 

LAFFERTY, WILLIAM 
Mathematics, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. 



LANDWER, GERALD 

Physical Education, B.A., M.P.E. 

LEE, PETER 
Economics-Social Science, B.S., M.A. 

LEMLEY, CHARLES 
Education, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

LLOYD, EVA 

English, B.S., M.A. 



LONG, MYRL 
Chemistry, B.S., M.S. 

LONG, NANCY 
Physical Education, B.S. in Ed. 

LOVELAND, LOIS 

Physical Education, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 

LOWE, JAMES 
Sociology, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ph.D. 



McKEE, KATHRYN 
Supervising teacher pre-school, B.S. in Ed., 
M.A. 

MacCOY, JOSEPH 

Reading Laboratory, B.A., Ph.D. 

MAGILL, BONNIE 
Physical Education, A.B., B.S., M.A. 

MATTHEWS, THOMAS 
Physical Education, B.S., M.A. 



MAUZEY, ELAINE 
French, B.S., B.A., M.A. 

MIDDLETON, JAMES 
Education, B.S., M.S. in Ed. 

MIDLAND, DALE 

English, B.A., M.A. 

MILLER, RUTH 

Supervising teacher of music, B.M. in Ed., 
M.M. 



MILNER, RYLAND 
Physical Education, B.S., M.A. 

MINTER, KENNETH 
Biology, B.S. in Ed., M.S., Ph.D. 

MITCHELL, BYRON 
Music, B.M.E., M.M.E. 



Music. 



MITCHELL, FRANCES 




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FACULTY 



MORRIS, HOMER 
English, B.A., M.A. 

MOSS, EARLE 
Music, B.S., M.A. 

MOSS, ROBERT 
Humanities, B.A. 

MUELLER, IRENE 
Biology, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



NELSON, HAROLD 
Accounting, A.B., M.A., M.B.A. 

PAGEL, EVELYN 
Home Economics, B.A., M.S. 

PALLING, BARBARA 
Library, B.S. in Ed., M.A. 

PATTERSON, MARY JANE 

Supervising teacher of first grade, B.A., 
M.Ed. 



PEEL, DONALD 
English, A.B., M.A. 

PENDLETON, WILLIAM 
Physics, B.A., Ph.D. 

PETERSON, CAROLYN 
Library, A.A., A.B., M.A. 

PYLE, JUDITH 

Library, B.S. in Ed. 





RANDOLPH, ELLEN 
Home Economics, B.S., M.S. 

RICHEY, BURTON 

Physical Education, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 

RIDDLE, KATHRYN 

Physical Education, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 

RINGOLD, HOWARD 

Industrial Arts, B.S., M.S. 



RIVERS, CHARLES 
English, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

ROBERTSON, DONALD 
Art, B.S., MA. 

ROSS, NEVA 
Education, B.S., M.A. 

ROUNDS, WARD 
Music, B.S., M.A. 



SANDFORD, DONALD 
Music, B.S. in Ed., M. Mus., D. Mus. Arts. 

SANDFORD, MARY 
Music, A.B., M. Mus. 

SAUCERMAN, JAMES 
English, A.B., M.A. 

SAVAGE, DEAN 
Supervising teacher of fifth grade, B.S. in 
Ed., M.A. 



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FACULTY 




SCHOTTEL, IVAN 
Physical Education, B.S. in Ed. 

SCHROEDER, EUGENE 
Biology, B.A., M.S. 

SCOTT, BILLY 

Biology, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

SHEETZ, LULA 
English, B.S. in Ed., M.A. 



SHELDEN, MIRIAM 
Physical Education, B.A., M.S. 

SIMMONS, GAYLE 
Education, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Ed., Ed.D. 

SIMMONS, ROWENA 
Supervising teacher of second grade, B.S. in 
Ed., M.A. 

SMAY, JOHN 
Music, B.A., M. Mus., Ph.D. 



SMITH, DONALD 
Education, A.B., Ed.M., Ed.M. in Psych., 
Ed.D. 

SOLHEIM, JEROME 

Mathematics, B.S., M.S. 

SUNKEL, MARY 
Business, B.S.C., M.B.A. 

SUNKEL, ROBERT 
Art, A.A., B.F.A., M.F.A. 



SURPHLIS, ROSS 
Foreign Language, B.S., M.A. 

TACKETT, WILLIAM 
Education, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., Ed.D. 

THOMPSON, ELSIE 
Library. 

THOMPSON, HERBERT 

Social Science, B.A., M.A. 



THOMPSON, KENNETH 

Industrial Arts, B.S. in Ed., M. in I.A. Ed. 

TREESE, WILLIAM 
Agriculture, B.S. in Ag., M.S. in Ed. 

TRUBEY, DONALD 

Speech, B.A., M. of Communication Disor- 
ders. 

VALK, DONALD 

Industrial Arts, B.S., M.S. 



WALKER, DOROTHY 

Physical Education, B.S., M.Ed. 

WALKER, WANDA 
Education, B.A., M.S. in Ed., Ed.D. 

WEICHINGER, THEODORE 
Physical Science, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. 

WEIGAND, DOROTHY 
English- Speech, B.S. in Ed., M.A. 




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FACULTY 




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WEIR, E. LEE 
Industrial Arts, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in LA. Ed 


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WHITNEY, GILBERT 
Music, B.M., M.A. 

WIDGER, CALVIN 
Geography, B.A., M.A. 


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WINSOR, JERRY 

Speech, B.S.E., M.S. 




WINZENREAD, MARVIN 

Mathematics, B.S., M.S. 




ZAHND, CAROLE 
Business, B.S., M.B.A. 



DORMITORY PERSONNEL 




Bruce Wake 
Director, Men's 
Residence Halls 




Cleo Perkins 

Housemother, Men's 

Residence Halls 




Dorothy Hildebrand 

Director, Hudson 

Hall 




Maxine Lock 

Assistant Director, 

Hudson Hall 






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Helen LaHue 


Margaret Wire 


Mable Hansen 


Director, Perrin 


Director, Roberta 


Assistant Director, 


Hall 


Hall 


Roberta and 
Perrin Halls 



SECRETARIES 




Monica Zirfas 
Secretary to the President 




Emma Ruth Harris 
Secretary to the Dean of Instruction 




Martha Cooper 
Secretary to the Dean of Administration 




Ruth Ny strom 
Registrar 



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SECRETARIES 




SEATED: Agatha Williams, Judy Saemisch. STANDING: Mina Bright, Shirley Gregory, Janice Maxwell, Mar- 
garet Moore. 

Business Office Secretaries 





Carol Lewis and Sue Wolcott. Secretaries to the Dean 
of Women and Dean of Men respectively. 



SEATED: Sue Collings. STANDING: Mary Alice Cornelison, 
Esther Sellers. 

Field Service Secretaries 



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SECRETARIES 




Janet Haag and Gloria West 
Secretaries to the Dean of Students 




Mrs. Faye Sherman 
Secretary to the Dean of Administration 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Gladys Raines, Marolyn Alloway, Eva Quinn, CaroL Compton. Secretaries to the Registrar. 



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COLDEN HALL 






CARDINAL KEY 






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Sharon Bolin, Barbara Chick, Secretary; Carolyn Wiltshire, President; Judy Huitt, 
Treasurer. 




Cardinal Key, honor and service 
sorority for girls who make out- 
standing contributions to campus 
life, continued its practice of tap- 
ping new members at the Homecom- 
ing and Tower Dances. New mem- 
bers who were tapped in the fall 
included : Jane Stoner, Jane Shaver, 
Shirley Moore, and Nancy Timber- 
lake. Karen Licklider, Dean of 
Women, was initiated as co-sponsor. 

Activities for the year_ included 
working as class registration assist- 
ants and conducting an assembly to 
acquaint Juniors with graduation 
procedures. Cardinal Key also pro- 
vided readers for a legally blind 
student. 

Selected as Coeds-of-the-Month 
were Sandi Coffin and Pat Hillers. 



New tappees of Cardinal Key are Nancy Timberlake, Jane 
Stoner, Jane Shaver, and Shirley Moore. 



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BLUE KEY 




FIRST ROW: Ronald Fitch, Corresponding Secretary; Bob Dickey, Vice-President; Dr. Frank Grube, Sponsor; 
Bob Cotter, Secretary-Treasurer; Dr. Charles Koerble, Honorary Member. SECOND ROW: Donald Valk, Honorary 
Member; Bob Johnson, Bill Needels, Lee Weir, Dr. Donald Smith, Honorary Member. 



Blue Key National Honor Fraternity tap- 
ped seven new members at the 1964 Christ- 
mas Ball. These new members were : Mike 
Knepper, Bob Lewellen, Charles Summers, 
Larry Kirby, Mike Thompson, Dave Retten- 
maier, and Leo Papas. 

Blue Key activities included helping with 



freshman orientation and providing registra- 
tion assistants. A Christmas party, Spring 
Banquet, and several dinner meetings with 
Cardinal Key and alumni were held. 

Selected as Men-of-the-month were Ron 
Brumley, Mick Thompson, and Lenny Ander- 
son. 




Seven new members for Blue Key were tapped at the Christmas Ball. Shown are: Larry Kirby, 
Bob Lewellyn, Leo Papas, Dave Rettennjaier, Mike Thompson, Ron Fitch, Glen Acksel, Bob John- 
son, Dr. Frank Grube, Sponsor; and Bob Cotter. 



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SPRING COMMENCEMENT 




The long-awaited day has come, and no one could be happier than the '64 seniors as they file into Lamkin Gymna- 
sium to receive their degrees. 




President-elect Foster and retiring President 
Jones exchange greetings at Dr. Jones' last com- 
mencement. 



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Governor John Dalton delivered an inspira- 
tional message entitled, "The Pursuit of Ex- 
cellence." 



SUMMER COMMENCEMENT 




President Foster and guest speaker, Dr. Reuie Doolin, followed by President Emeritus J. W. 
Jones, lead the recessional at Summer Commencement. 




Among Dr. R. P. Foster's "first" as President was addressing the Senior Breakfast. 




The President and Mrs. Foster and Dr. and 
Mrs. Frank Grube greet the summer graduates 
at a reception held in the Seniors' honor. 



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WHO'S WHO 












GLENN ACKSEL 



BARBARA CHICK 



BOB COTTER 




BOB DICKEY 



RONALD FITCH 



BOB JOHNSON 



SUSAN McCONKEY 






MARGE MacDONALD 



JANE STONER 



CAROLYN WILTSHIRE 



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CLASS OFFICERS 





James Campbell 
Senior President 



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Eileen Ross 
Senior Vice-President 





Linda Bouska 
Senior Secretary 



Mike Knepper 
Senior Treasurer 







Leo Papas 

Junior President 



Dale Dawson 
Junior Vice-President 



Dave Taylor 
Junior Secretary 



Phyllis Anderson 
Junior Treasurer 







Steve Neurotfi 
Sophomore President 



Dorothy Hardyman 
Sophomore Vice-Pres. 



Judy Miller 
Sophomore Secretary 



Clarence Miller 

Sophomore Treasurer 







Barbara Harr 

Freshman President 



Mack Clark 
Freshman Vice-President 



Lorna Stephens 
Freshman Secretary 



Kathy Seabaugh 
Freshman Treasurer 



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CLASS OF '65 




Congratulations are in order. Fred Anthony and Rick Okinaka shake 
hands after both graduated with the Class of "64 on June 2. 




Glennon Acksel, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Sociology. 

Marilyn Agre, Major: Elementary 
Education, Minor: Library Sci- 
ence. 

Alice Akers, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Larry Andersen, Major: General 
Business, Minor: Agriculture. 



Gary Anderson, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Biology. 

Judith Anderson, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Biology. 

Margaret Anderson, Major: Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Ronald Anderson, Major: Business 
& Agriculture. 



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Pamela Andes, Major: Chemistry, 
Minor: Biology. 

Keith Augustine, Major: Speech, 
Minor: Sociology. 

Evelyn Ayers, Major: Business Ad- 
ministration, Minor: Psychology. 

Lana Babcock, Major: History, 
Minor: Music. 



Donald Badger, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Mathematics. 

Tommy Baker, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Sociology. 

Karen Barker, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Psychology. 

Jeff Barnes, Major: Accounting, 
Minor: Business. 



Robert Barnes, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: Business. 
Joseph Bateman, Major: Industrial 

Arts, Physical Education. 
Nora Bayless, Major: Voc. Home 

Economics. 
Frederick Beason, Major: History, 

Minor: Business Administration. 



Robert Beck, Major: Biology: 

Minor: Health & Safety. 
Robert Beilstein, Major: English, 

Minor: Biology. 
Marvin Bell, Major: English, 

Minor: Coaching. 
Sandra Bender, Major: Business, 

Minor: Home Economics. 



Clarence Benson, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Industrial Arts. 

Leo Blakley, Major: Social Science, 
Minor: History. 

Kathy Bogdas, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Psychology. 

Sharon Bolin, Major: Music Edu- 
cation. 



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SENIORS 




Linda Bouska, Major: Art, Minor: 
Sociology. 

Donna Boyer, Major: English, 
Minor: Psychology. 

Raymond Brady, Major: Business 
Administration, Minor: Psychol- 
ogy. 

Daryl Brager, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Biology. 



Larry Brandt, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Health & 
Safety. 

Glenda Bright, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Barbara Briggs, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Karla Bright, Major: Elementary 
Education. 



Daniel Broyles, Major: Business, 

Minor: Marketing. 
Mary Jo Bruett, Major: English, 

Minor: Library Science. 
Nancy Bruggemen, Major: Art, 

Minor: Home Economics. 
Tracy Bryan, Major: Physics & 

Math. 



Galen Buckey, Major: History & 
Business. 

Vicki Buckley, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Elaine Buerkens, Major: Physical 
Education, Art. 

Ewart Burch, Major: Business, In- 
dustrial Arts. 



Beverly Burgess, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Loren Burkhalter, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

James Campbell, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Finance & Insur- 
ance. 

Vicki Carothers, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 



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SENIORS 




Louis Carper, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Geography 

Donald Carrel, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Mathematics. 

Donald Castle, Major: Mathemat- 
ics, Minor: General Science. 

Shanna Cellman, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 



Merlyn Chadwick, Major: Mathe- 
matics, Minor: Drafting. 

Wayne Chambers, Major: Mathe- 
matics, Minor: Chemistry. 

Mary Chappell, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Barbara Chick, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Recreation. 



Steve Christensen, Major: Account- 
ing, Agriculture. 

Paul Christoffers, Major: Business, 
Minor: Business. 

Diane Clark, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Richard Clark, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Geography. 



Walter Cobb, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Drafting. 

Millie Cockrill, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, History. 

Judy Combs, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Robert Cornelison, Major: Chem- 
istry, Minor: Mathematics. 



Sandra Cornett, Major: Pine Arts, 
Minor: Psychology. 

Robert Cotter, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Sociology. 

Sharon Coughlin, Major: Business 
Education, Minor: Home Eco- 
nomics. 

Erma Coulter, Major: Elementary 
Education. 



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SENIORS 




Janis Courtin, Major: Elementary 

Education. 
Robert Crawford, Major: Physical 

Education, Minor: Sociology. 
Wanda Crawford, Major: Biology, 

Minor: Chemistry. 
Carita Culmer, Major: English. 



Annette Cushing, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Daryl Dalrymple, Major: Business, 
Mathematics. 

Larry Dannar, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Agriculture. 

Geneva Darnell, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 



Jeannine Daugherty, Major: Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Russell -Davidson, Major: Business, 
Agriculture. 

Donald Davis, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Social Science. 

Linda Davis, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: Recreation. 



Judith Dewey, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics, Minor: Voc. Home 
Economics. 

Sandra Dickersbach, Major: Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Robert Dickey, Major: Political 
Science, Minor: History. 

Leila Douglas, Major: Elementary 
Education. 



Linda Drollinger, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Linda Drummond, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: English. 

Dennis Duffield, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Business. 

Larry Duke, Major: Accounting, 
Minor: General Business. 



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Thomas Dunn, Major: Accounting, 
Minor: Business. 

Tegwin Dyer, Major: Mathematics, 
Minor: English. 

Lois Eisner, Major: Voice, Minor: 
Piano. 

Bernard Englund, Major: Mathe- 
matics, Minor: Economics. 



Carolyn Enis, Major: Dramatics, 
Minor: French. 

George Esler, Major: Social Sci- 
ence. 

Paula Evans, Major: English, 
Minor: History. 

Robert Evans, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Drafting. 



Karenann Falk, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Home Eco- 
nomics. 

Charles Ferguson, Major: Indus- 
trial Arts, Mathematics. 

Ted Findley, Major: Agriculture, 
Minor: Biology. 

Sally Fiske, Major: Elementary 
Education. 



Ronald Fitch, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Sociology. 

Jerry Fleming, Major: Business, 
Minor: Coaching. 

Evelyn Fletchall, Major: Social 
Science, Minor: History. 

Grace Foland, Major: Business Ed- 
ucation, Minor: English. 



Dennis Forke, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: Finance & Insurance, 
James Frank, Major: Agriculture 

Minor: Biology. 
Larry Frazier, Major: Marketing, 

Minor: Finance & Insurance. 
Karl Frederick, Major, Agriculture, 

Minor: Biology. 



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Robert Freeman, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Finance. 

Donna Friend, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Sociology. 

Gerald Fry, Major: Industrial Arts, 
Minor: Drafting. 

Richard Fry, Major: Business, 
Minor: Marketing. 



Michael Furlong, Major: Chemis- 
try, Biology. 

James Galloway, Major: History, 
Minor: Social Science. 

George Garcia, Major: History, 
Minor: Sociology. 

Lawrence Gardner, Major: Indus- 
trial Arts, Minor: Biology. 



James Gaughan, Major: General 

Business, Minor: Accounting. 
Marna Gault, Major: Elementary 

Education. 
Robert Gawatz, Major: Business 

Administration, Minor: Finance 

& Insurance. 
Nina Geiss, Major: Elementary 

Education. 



Richard German, Major: Social 
Science, Minor: Economics. 

Ann Gibson, Major: Business Edu- 
cation, Minor: Social Science. 

Patricia Gilley, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 

James Goforth, Major: Business, 
Minor: Mathematics. 



Evelyn Goldner, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 

Virginia Goodwillie, Major: Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Marjorie Gould, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Carla Graf, Major: Social Science, 
Minor, Psychology, Sociology. 



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Condon Graham, Major: Business, 
Social Science. 

Mary Grantham, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Gary Graves, Major: Mathematics, 
Minor: General Science. 

James Graves, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Chemistry. 



Kay Graves, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: General Business. 
Richard Graw, Major: Industrial 

Arts, Minor: Psychology. 
Barry Gray, Major: Industrial 

Arts, Minor: Drafting. 
Cheryl Gray, Major: Elementary 

Education. 



Lanny Green, Major: English, 
Minor: Psychology. 

Rodney Green, Major: Biology, 
Minor: English. 

Larry Greenwood, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: General Business. 

Terry Guertin, Major: History, 
Minor: Accounting. 



Robert Hager, Major: History, 
Minor: Political Science, Social 
Science. 

Alvin Hagg, Major: Biology, 
Mathematics. 

Erma Hall, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Iola Hall, Major: Elementary Edu- 
cation. 



Robert Hall, Major: Mathematics, 
Minor: Physics. 

William Hallock, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Agriculture. 

Richard Halloran, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Chemistry. 

Monroe Hamilton, Major: Market- 
ing, Minor: Finance. 



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SENIORS 




John Hammond, Major: General 

Business, Minor: Marketing. 
Dean Hamon, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: Accounting. 
Duane Hance, Major: Agriculture, 

Minor: Business. 
Wilma Hanna, Major: Elementary 

Education. 



Judith Hargrave, Major: English, 
Minor: Library Science. 

Kenneth Harlan, Major: Music- 
Vocal. 

Larry Harms, Major: Mathemat- 
ics, Minor: General Science. 

Sharon Harms, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 



James Hartman, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Agriculture. 

Linda Hartman, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Wayne Hartman, Major: Agricul- 
ture, Industrial Arts. 

Irene Hause, Major: Spanish, 
Minor: Sociology. 



Kathryn Hawley, Major: English, 
Spanish. 

Harold Hawman, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Finance & Insur- 
ance. 

Robert Head, Major: Business, 
Minor: Sociology. 

Nola Helzer, Major: Medical Tech- 
nology. 



Nydra Helzer, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Sandra Herzog, Major: Physical 
Education, Mathematics. 

John Hill, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: Fine Arts. 

Patricia Hillers, Major: Chemistry, 
Mathematics. 



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SENIORS 



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Lonnie Hinders, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Business Ad- 
ministration. 

Ronald Hohneke, Major: Mathe- 
matics, Minor: Geography. 

Gary Honstedt, Major: English, 
Minor: Psychology. 

Carol Hopkins, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 



Larry Hornbostel, Major: History, 
Minor: Social Science. 

Roger Home, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Drafting. 

Carol Hoshor, Major: Art, Minor: 
Home Economics. 

Ernest Howard, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Marketing. 



Janelle Howe, Major: English, 
Minor: Library Science. 

Fred Howell, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Drafting. 

Judith Huitt, Major: Elementary 
Education, Minor: Library Sci- 
ence. 

Max Hull, Major: Accounting, 
Minor: Finance & Insurance. 



Rodney Hunt, Major: Marketing, 
Minor: Mathematics. 

Linda Hunter, Major: History, 
Minor: Social Science. 

Lonnie Irvin, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: Sociology. 

Jurel Jackson, Major: English, 
Minor: Psychology. 



Sandra Jennings, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Allan Jensen, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Chemistry. 

Eleanor 'Johnson, Major: Voca- 
tional Home Economics, Minor: 
Secondary Education. 

Harley Johnson, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Agriculture. 



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SENIORS 







Kathy Johnson, Major: Elementary 
Education, Minor: Physical Edu- 
cation. 

Thomas Kagay, Major: French, 
Minor: Spanish. 

Larry Kallauner, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Health & 
Safety. 

Larry Kilmer, Major: Mathemat- 
ics, Minor: Coaching. 



Diane Kinker, Major: Business 
Education, Minor: Psychology. 

Janice Klaehn, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Martha Klever, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Martha Klinzman, Major: Voc. 
Home Economics. 



William Kneale, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Business. 

Barbara Knox, Major: Music Edu- 
cation. 

Jean Kobashigawa, Major: Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Fred Kratzke, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Drafting. 



Larry Kruse, Major: Marketing, 

Minor: General Business. 
Judith Krutz, Major: Biology, 

Minor: Chemistry. 
Eddie Kryselmire, Major: General 

Business, Minor: Psychology. 
Lloyd LaDoucieur, Major: Business 

(Marketing), Minor: Business. 



Karen LaHue, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Jane LaMar, Major: Music, Minor: 
Music. 

Joann Lambertsen, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Keith Lambertsen, Major. Elemen- 
tary Education. 



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Connie Landers, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Bemie Lane, Major: Agriculture, 
Minor: Biology. 

Carl Lanio, Major: Accounting, 
Minor: Marketing. 

Joleene Larimore, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Biology. 



Judith Lee, Major: French, Minor: 
History. 

David Lewis, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Chemistry. 

Nylen Lewis, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Coaching, Mathe- 
matics. 

Patricia Lininger, Major: Music 
Education. 



Georgia Linville, Major: Voc. Home 

Economics. 
Robert Loch, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: Marketing. 
Janice Lock, Major: Elementary 

Education, Minor: English. 
John Locke, Major: Mathematics, 

Minor: Finance. 



Katherine Lockridge, Major: Voc. 

Home Economics. 
Francis Logan, Major: Industrial 

Arts, Minor: Drafting. 
Carol Long, Major: Voc. Home 

Economics. 
Laura Lowther, Major: Elementary 

Education. 



Pat Lyon, Major: Elementary Edu- 
cation. 

Susan McConkey, Major: Music. 

Glenda McCoy, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Patricia McCune, Major: Business, 
Minor: Finance & Insurance. 



59 



SENIORS 




Sharon McElwain, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education, Minor: Fine 
Arts. 

Bruce McGuire, Major: Agricul- 
ture, Minor: Psychology. 

Dena McKee, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 

Richard McKee, Major: Political 
Science, Minor: Economics. 



Patrick McLear, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: History. 

Thor McMillen, Major: Music. 

Robert McWhirter, Major: Agri- 
culture, Minor: Biology. 

Marge MacDonald, Major: English, 
Minor: Library Science. 



Nancy Magee, Major: Physical 
Education: Minor: Physical Edu- 
cation. 

James Mahoney, Major: Business 
Education, Minor: Physical Edu- 
cation. 

Leonard Mainquist, Major: Ac- 
counting, Minor: Finance & In- 
surance. 

Mike Manning, Major: General 
Business, Minor: Finance. 



Glerald Marcinko, Major: Business, 
Minor: Business. 

George Marsh, Major: History,' 
Minor: Sociology. 

Carol Martin, Major: Mathemat- 
ics, Minor: History. 

Patricia Martin, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 



Joseph Mazur, Major: Finance & 
Insurance, Minor: General Busi- 
ness. 

Kenneth Menke, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Economics. 

Mel Merrill, Major: Business, In- 
dustrial Arts. 

Fred Messner, Major: Agriculture, 
Minor: Industrial Arts. 












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Karen Metting, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Sociology. 

Marcia Meyer, Major: English, 
Minor: Music. 

Mary Meyer, Major: General Busi- 
ness, Minor: Accounting. 

Judy Miller, Major: Elementary 
Education. 



Kathleen Miller, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Mary Miller, Major: Spanish. 

Karen Mills, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Frances Mitchell, Major: Music. 



Paula Modrell, Major: Voc. Home 

Economics. 
David Moore, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: Finance & Insurance. 
Luetta Moore, Major: Elementary 

Education. 
Sharon Morehouse, Major: Voc. 

Home Economics. 



Sue Mortensen, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 

Ron Murawski, Major: History, 
Minor: Sociology. 

Geraldine Murphy, Major: Busi- 
ness, English. 

Mary Murphy, Major: Elementary 
Education. 



Myrna Myers, Major: Elementary 

Education. 
Richard Nash, Major: Industrial 

Arts, Minor: Physical Education. 
Virginia Neidt, Major: Physical 

Education, Minor: Spanish. 
Michael Neill, Major: Marketing, 

Minor: Finance & Insurance. 



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SENIORS 




Charles Nelson, Major: Chemistry, 
Mathematics, Minor: Biology. 

Franz Nelson, Major: Biology, In- 
dustrial Arts. 

William Nelson, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Sociology. 

Emily Nevitt, Major: Elementary 
Education. 



Larry Nielson, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Agriculture. 

Linda Nielson, Major: French, 
English. 

Robert Nordstrum, Major: General 
Business, Minor: Accounting. 

Carolyn Northwall, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education, Minor: Library 
Science. 



Susan Oberhelman, Major: History, 
Physical Education. 

Margaret O'Connor, Major: Physi- 
cal Education, Minor: Recreation. 

Fritz Oeser, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Drafting. 

Forrest Ohnesorge, Major: Mathe- 
matics, Minor: Biology, General 
Science. 



Richard Olenius, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Mathematics. 

Thomas O'Neill, Major: History, 
Minor: Sociology, Psychology. 

Ethel Osborn, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Lavonne Osborn, Major: Mathe- 
matics, Minor: Business. 



Sharon Ostrus, Major: Voc. Home 

Economics. 
Helen Owens, Major: Elementary 

Education. 
Karen Palumbo, Major: Business, 

Minor: Home Economics. 
Donna Parks, Major: English, 

French. 






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Robert Patience, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Chemistry. 

James Pawlowski, Major: Finance 
& Insurance, Minor: General 
Business. 

Charles Pearcy, Major: Spanish, 
Minor: English. 

Peter Pearson, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Speech. 



Carl Peterson, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Sociology. 

Ethel Pettijohn, Major: English, 
Minor: Psychology. 

Delvin Phipps, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Geography. 

Phyllis Phoenix, Major: Secretarial 
Procedures, Minor: Accounting. 



Sharon Phoenix, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education, Minor: Library 
Science. 

James Polsley, Major: English, 
Minor: Psychology. 

Kenneth Price, Major: Speech, 
Minor: English. 

Gary Pritchard, Major: General 
Business, Minor: Finance & In- 
surance. 



Ed Propst, Major: Mathematics, 
Minor: Business. 

Richard Pyle, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Agriculture. 

Lynda Queen, Major: English, 
Minor: Speech. 

Patricia Quigley, Major: Litera- 
ture, Minor: Language & Com- 
position. 



Robert Rains, Major: Business Ad- 
ministration, Minor: English. 

Marcia Reaksecker, Major: Fine 
Arts, Physical Education. 

James Redd, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Social Science. 

Larry Reineke, Major: Account- 
ing, Social Science. 



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SENIORS 




Janice Reno, Major: Social Science, 
Minor: History . 

Coreen Rohrberg, Major: English, 
Mathematics. 

Ralph Roland, Major: General 
Business, Minor: General Sci- 
ence. 

James Rollins, Major: General 
Business, Minor: Marketing. 



Larry Rosenow, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Finance & Insurance. 

Eileen Ross, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Glenn Ross, Major.: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: Industrial Arts. 

Jean Roth, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: Physical Educa- 
tion. 



Elizabeth Rother, Major: English, 
Minor: Chemistry. 

Gary Rowland, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Biology, Minor: General 
Science. 

Marilyn Ruddell, Major: Social 
Science, Minor: Sociology. 

Alvera Saucerman, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education, Minor: French. 



Arthur Sauter, Major: Mathemat- 
ics, Minor: Psychology. 

Mark Scammon, Major: Business 
Education, Minor: Psychology. 

Kenneth Schaeffer, Major: Indus- 
trial Arts, Minor: Coaching. 

Dean Schantz, Major: History, 
Minor: Psychology. 



Sharon Schmidt, Major: History 
English. 

Forrest Schnobrich, Major: Social 
Science, Minor: Coaching. 

Garla Schrader, Major: Spanish, 
Minor: Social Science. 

Doris Schreiner, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Sociology. 






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John Schroeder, Major: Business, 

Minor: Psychology. 
Jane Schultz, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: General Business. 
Lorraine Schultz, Major: English, 

Minor: General Science. 
Roberta Sealing, Major: Physical 

Education, Business. 



Leonard Seckel, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Agriculture. 

Larry Seckels, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Kenneth Seeley, Major: Business, 
Minor: Accounting. 

Norman Severin, Major: Econom- 
ics, Minor: Finance & Insurance. 



Judith Seymour, Major: Voc. Home 

Economics. 
Jane Shaver, Major: Voc. Home 

Economics . 
John Shipley, Major: Biology, 

Minor: Sociology. 
Sharon Shipley, Major: English, 

Minor: Business. 



Don Shores, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: History. 

Orlo Shroyer, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: History. 

John Siehl, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Jesse Simmons, Major: Political 
Science, Minor: History. 



Richard Sipe, Major: History, 
Minor: Economics. 

Patricia Slaybaugh, Major: Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Carolee Smith, Major: English, 
Business Education. 

Carolyn Smith, Major: Voc. Home 
Economics. 



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Mary Smith, Major: English, 

Minor: Library Science. 
Barbara Snow, Major: Elementary 

Education. 
Charles Snyder, Major: Business, 

Physical Education. 
Richard Snyder, Major: Chemistry, 

Biology. 




Marlys Snyder, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: History. 

James Solar: Major: History, 
Minor: Political Science. 

Soren Sorensen, Major: Chemistry, 
Mathematics. 

James Speas, Major: General Busi- 
ness, Minor: Marketing. 




Barbara Spencer, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education: 

John Spencer, Major: Mathematics, 
Minor: General Science. 

Gary Stafford, Major: Business, 
Minor: Finance & Insurance. 

Twilia Steele, Major: Fine Arts, 
Minor: Sociology. 



Alvin Stewart, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Sociology. 

Sue Stiles, Major: English, Minor: 
History. 

Margaret Stillwagon, Major: Span- 
ish, Minor: French, English. 

Stan Stillwagon, Major: Industrial 
Arts, Minor: Fine Arts, Drivers 
Education. 



Jane Stoner, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: Mathematics. 

David Strickland, Major: Social 
Science, Minor: Economics. 

Mary Suess, Major: Physical Edu- 
cation, Minor: Fine Arts. 

Charles Summers, Major: Indus- 
trial Arts, Minor: Drafting. 






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SENIORS 




Robert Sutton, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Health & 
Safety. 

Ernest Talarico, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Industrial 
Arts. 

Judy Tate, Major: Biology, Minor: 
Chemistry. 

Patricia Teegarden, Major: Physi- 
cal Education, Minor: Recrea- 
tion. 



Allan Thomas, Major: Accounting, 
Minor: Finance & Insurance. 

Kenneth Thompson, Major: Ac- 
counting, Minor: Finance & In- 
surance. 

Sue Thompson, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Vern Thompson, Major: Industrial 
Art», Minor: Drafting. 



Nancy Timberlake, Major: Voc. 
Home Economics. 

Lee Townsend, Major: History, Po- 
litical Science. 

Thomas Trainer, Major: Social Sci- 
ence, Minor: Biology. 

Elvin Ungles, Major: Mathematics, 
Minor: Coaching. 



Joan Van Hoozer, Major: Business, 
Minor: Business. 

Bobby Vawter, Major: Mathemat- 
ics, Minor: General Science. 

Ruth Vawter, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

Jon Volkens, Major: Agriculture, 
Minor: Biology. 



Beverly Ward, Major: Elementary 
Education. 

James Ware, Major: Business Ad- 
ministration, Agriculture. 

Charlotte Watson, Major: Music. 

Robert Wedgwood, Major: Mathe- 
matics, Minor: General Science. 



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Dale Weeks, Major: Mathematics, 

Minor: General Science. 
Jerry Weese, Major: Accounting, 

Minor: Business. 
Sharon Weir, Major: English. 
Peggy Whan, Major. Voc. Home 

Economics. 



Myrna Whigham, Major: Biology, 
Minor: Chemistry. 

Jim White, Major: Agriculture, 
Minor: Business. 

Elizabeth Whitney, Major: Busi- 
ness, Minor: English. 

Lonny Wieland, Major: Physical 
Education, Minor: Health & 
Safety. 



Kenneth Wilkenson, Major: Indus- 
trial Arts, Minor: Drafting. 

Margo Wilkinson, Major: Biology, 
Medical Technology, Minor: 
Chemistry. 

Beverly Williams, Major: Account- 
ing, Minor: Mathematics. 

Chandra Wilson, Major: Elemen- 
tary Education. 



James Wilson, Major: Accounting, 
Minor: History. 

Stanley Wilson, Major: Business, 
Minor: Finance. 

Carolyn Wiltshire, Major: Fine 
Arts, Minor: Language Composi- 
tion. 

John Wolfe, Major: History, Minor: 
Social Science. 



Judy Wolverton, Major: Physical 

Education, Minor: English. 
Betty Woodard, Major. Voc. Home 

Economics. 
David Wyckoff, Major: Physical 

Education, Social Science. 
Roscoe Young, Major: Agriculture, 

Minor: Biology. 






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SENIORS 




Connie Younger, Major: Music 
Education. 

Linda Younger, Major: Music Edu- 
cation. 

Eleanor Yuille, Major: French, 
Spanish. 

Ronald Zimmerman, Major: Physi- 
cal Education. Minor: Psychol- 
ogy. 




Congratulations are extended and received after the graduation ceremonie 



69 



CLASS OF '66 




Adwell, Suecilla 
Alien, William 
Alwood, Jerry 



Ambrosier, Roger 
Anderson, Glen 
Anderson, Larry 



Anderson, Leonard 
Anderson, Phyllis 
Anderson, Robert 



Armintrout, Michael 
Armstrong, Arlen 
Arnold, Robert 




Mike Stephens puts his best foot forward 
in the AWS Style Show. 




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Atha, Charlotte 
Babcock, Arlo 
Baker, Elizabeth 
Baker, Margery 
Baker, Robert 
Balettie, Mario 






Ballain, Marlyn 
Banwart, Ronald 
Barber, Margaret 
Beaman, Lonna 
Bears, Darwin 
Becher, Harvey 



Beem, Richard 
Bell, Edna 
Bell, Roger 
Bergstrom, John 
Binter, David 
Bird, Patricia 



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JUNIORS 




Bodle, Mary 
Bogardo, Charles 

Bohnenblust, Jack 

Booth, Ruby 

Borchardt, Richard 

Bo wen, Laura 



Bowen, Marvin 
Bowling, Earlita 
Bradfield, Mary 
Brannan, Dolores 
Bright, Virginia 
Briscoe, Raymond 



Britt, Roger 
Brown, George 
Brown, Judith 
Brown, Pat 
Brown, Peggy 
Brunkow, Charles 



Brus, Karen 
Bryant, Lanah 



Burger, Sandra 
Burson, Ronald 



Cameron, Cheryl 
Campbell, Marilyn 



Campbell, Ruth 
Carlson, Kathryn 



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JUNIORS 



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Dalzell, Samuel 
Dandliker, Diane 
Dath, Margo 



Carr, Susan 
Carr, Thomas 
Carrol], Sharon 
Casady, William 
Casey, Gerald 
Catlett, Vernon 



Chadwick, Judy 
Chadwick, Terry 
Chambers, Patricia 
Chastain, Linda 
Christoffel, Charlotte 
Chrostowski, Adam 



Clark, Harold L. 
Clark, Lyle 
Clark, Sharon 
Claussen, Lynn 
Clayton, Lynn 
Coder, Richard 



Coffin, Sandra 
Cogdill, Ronald 
Collins, Howard 
Collinsworth, Vernon 
Cooper, Jerry 
Cooper, Pamela 




Dottie Ray catches a bite at the Pan- 
hellenic Tea. 






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JUNIORS 




Davis, Sandra 
Dean, Leslie 
Degginger, Louis 
Deimerly, Jerald 
Dennis, Roger 
DeW inter, Donald 



Diekerson, John 
Diller, Robert 
Doane, Terry 
Duckworth, Marvin 
Duffield, Leo 
Duffield, Marlene 



Dugan, Richard 
Dunfee, David 
Ebbrecht, Richard 
Elifrits, Charles 
Elwick, Sharon 
Engemann, Geary 



Engemann, Linda 
Erb, Gloria 
Estes, Edna 
Ettelson, David 
Fabro, JoAnn 
Fattig, Charles 



Felt, Sherrill 



Fender, JoAnn 



Fetters, Dennis 
Fields, Ronald 
Fieseler, Michael 
P'ine, Robert 
Fisher, Frank 
Flcckal, Roger 



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JUNIORS 



Fleming, Johnny 
Fletcher, William 
Foster, Greta 
Fowler, George 
Frazho, Larry 
Freedline, James 



Froyd, Sandra 
Furlong, Stanlie 
Galbreath, Gerald 
Gallagher, Jeffrey 
Garrison, Virginia 
Gates, Dennis 




Annette Cushing, Karla Bright, Sara Cop- 
man, and Patty Paxton seem to be prepar- 
ing for a speech. 



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JUNIORS 



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Halsne, Harlan 
Halter, Twila 
Halterman, Gerry 



Hammond, Louise 
Hanna, Marilyn 
Hanon, Larry 



Hanson, Bert 
Harless, Bob 
Harrold, Cecil 



Harrold, Norena 
Harvey, Thomas 
Haskell, Daniel 



Hatch, James 
Hatheway, Ronald 
Hawkins, James 
Heathman, Minnie 
Henningsen, Carl 
Hiddleston, Roberta 



Higgins, James 
Higgins, Wilbur 
Hilger, Mary Lou 
Hill, Harriett 
Hillman, Alvin 
Hinton, Larry 



Holmes, Judith 
Hoskins, Norma 
Houser, Larry 
Howe, William 
Huffman, Joyce 
Hull, John 



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JUNIORS 



Hyder, Judy 
Irvine, James 
Iske, Dorothy 
Jackson, James 
Jackson, Sharon K. 
Jackson, Sharon L. 




Kariker, Eldonna 
Karpan, Mathew 
Kaster, Dennis 
Kauzlarich, Ronald 
Keller, Glenda 
Kelley, Jerry 



Kelly, John 
Kempton, Carolyn 
Kennedy, Gary 
Keplinger, Harold 
Kerns, Judy 
Kessler, Jack 






JUNIORS 



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Killmon, Patricia 
Kilpatrick, Charles 
Kimbrough, Karen 



Kirby, Larry 
Kline, Daryl 
Knapp, Karole 



Knittl, Karol 
Knudson, John 
Knudson, Linda 



Koch, Richard 
Koski, Jane 
Krumme, Gail 
Kuester, Richard 
Kullbom, Richard 
Kurtz, Larry 



Lang, Steve 
Larsen, Larry 
Lathrop, Robert 
Lawler, James 
Lees, Connie 
Lefgren, Carolyn 



Lewis, Gloria 
Lewis, Jerry 
Lindstrom, Patricia 
Logan, Billie 
Long, Marilyn 
Loringer, Dennis 



Lupardus, Thomas 
Lynch, Judy 
Lytle, Jack 
McCallister, James 
McCann, Charles 
McCartney, Eileen 



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JUNIORS 




McClintock, Judith 
McCloney, Betty 
McCutchan, James 
McGinness, Thomas 
McHenry, Nancy 
Mcintosh, George 




Dan Gooding! Don't you know what that candybar will do to 
the shape of those legs ? 



McPike, Ardis 
Madden, Duane 
Magennis, Janice 
Magness, Danny 
Maher, Raymond 
Maltsberger, Eddie 



Manard, Sandra 
Marek, Robert 
Martin, Mary 
Martin, Patricia L. 
Martin, Ronald 
Mather, Mary 



Mathews, Gary 
Maxwell, Alice 
Mazaheri, Mohamed 
Mercer, Ronald 
Mergenthaler, David 
Merrill, Janet 









JUNIORS 



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Merritt, Ronald 
Messerli, Larry 
Messerly, Richard 
Messick, Nida 
Meyer, Judith A. 
Meyer, Patricia 



Meyers, Walter 
Miller, Becky 
Miller, Deloris 
Miller, Larry 
Miller, Mary L. 
Miller, Terry 



Mitchell, Warren 
Moore, Shirley 



Morehouse, Barbara 
Morgan, Ruth 



Morris, Vonna 
Moser, Marilyn 
Motsinger, Gaylord 
Mullenax, Lucille 
Murrell, Philip 
Myers, Linda 



Nelson, Joyce 
Nelson, Judy 
Nelson, Larry 
Nelson, Ronnie 
Newberg, Robert 
Newman, Lonna 



Nichols, Nancy 
Nordstrum, Douglas 
Norris, Kathleen 
Nurek, Charles 
Oder, Larry 
Oehrle, Joan 



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JUNIORS 



Oehrle, Norman 
O 'Riley, Ina 
Ossowski, Roger 
Otte, Betty 
Outs, Robert 
Owens, Joan 



Packer, Allan 

arman, Eddie 
Parman, Wallace 
Paulson, Carroll 
Pearce, James 
Peirce, Joseph 



Peppmeier, John 
Petersen, Dianne 
Petersen, Richard 
Peterson, Dorothy 
Petry, Rex 
Phillips, Helen 




Pierpoint, Lorna 
Pottorff, Jerry 
Pressley, Earl 
Price, Larry 
Proudfit, Thomas 
Pryor, Joseph 



Ramsey, Thomas 
Randall, Gary 
Rawlins, Larry 
Ray, Dorothy 
Reece, Robert 
Reichen, William 






JUNIORS 






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Jerry Mason anticipates a fun-filled 
weekend. 



Reichenbacker, Judith 
Remund, David 
Rentfrow, George 
Richards, Margaret 
Ridge, Joyce 
Riley, Frank 



Rinehart, Robert 
Risser, Oakly 
Roberts, David 
Robertson, Stuart 
Robey, Jerry 
Robidoux, DeAnna 



Roe, Eddielea 
Rolf, Benjamin 
Rolf, Dale 
Roney, Nancy 
Ross, James 
Roudybush, Cheryl 



Roush, Ross 
Rus, Gary 
Sager, Judy 
Salfrank, Judy 
Sand, Mary 
Sauer, William 



Sauvago, Phillip 
Scheer, Edward 
Schieber, Patricia 



Schieber, Robert 
Schneider, Daniel 
Schooler, Terry 



Schuckenbrock, Patricia 
Schug, Jay 
Schwab, Gail 



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JUNIORS 




Schwieso, Dennis 
Scott, Ronnie 
Selby, Barbara 
Sell, Michael 
Severson, Marcene 
Severson, Ruth 



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Spire, Edwin 
Spolar, Mike 
Spriester, Fred 



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Starr, Raymond 
Steckelberg, Rickey 
Steinhauser, William 



Shafer, Linda 
Shamberger, Margaret 
Shaw, Gary 
Shea, Paul 
Shepard, Norma 
Shepard, Patsy 



Sherbo, John 
Shields, Gary 
Shroyer, Dona 
Siddens, Lettie 
Slykhuis, Jennie 
Smith, Barbara 



Smith, Floyd 
Smith, Franklin 
Smith, Gretchen 
Smith, Lane 
Smith, Phyllis 
Smith, Stanley 




Valorie Wheeler and Carlene Young discover 
that packing for the weekend isn't always 
easy. 



JUNIORS 




Studious Bearcats cluster around the 
card catalog in the library. 




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Stenzei, Glen 
Stephens, Richard 
Stickler, Jonalee 



Stitt, Michele 
Stoll, Michael 
Stoner, Terry 



St. Peter, Judy 
Strachan, Linda 
Stratton, Tom 



Straub, Cheryl 
Strecker, Daniel 
Stuber, Douglas 



Sunderman, Judith 
Sundermann, Shirley 
Sutter, Anita 
Swaney, Charles 
Sweeney, Linda 
Sweeney, Patricia 



Tackett, Natalie 
Taekett, Wava 
Tadlock, William 
Tauchen, Richard 
Taylor, David 
Taylor, Jerry 



Taylor, Larry T. 
Taylor, William 
Thatch, Judy 
Thomas,. Sharon 
Thompson, Arnold 
Thompson, Bette 



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JUNIORS 



Thompson, Celia 
Tietz, Sally 
Timmerman, Jean 
Timmerman, Lyle 
Tipton, Gerri 
Townsend, Herbert 



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Walker, Rhoda 
Wallace, Carolyn 
Wareham, Robert 
Wayman, Nancy 
Weisshaar, Nancy 
Welty, Judith 



West, Burris 
West, Glenn 
Wheeler, Kent 
Whitcomb, John 
White, Larry 
White, William 



JUNIORS 



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Roger Standard operates equipment 
in the KDLX Radio Station. 








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Whiteman, Susan 
Whitney, Diane 
Wilcox, Dwight 



Williams, Richard 
Wi'.son, Richard 
Wilson, Twila 



Wilson, Vicky 
Winder, Gary 
Wittbrodt, Harold 



Wolcott, Sue 
Wolf, Donna 
Wolf, Joseph 
Wray, Linda 
Wray, Vernis 
Wright, Lillian 



Wright, Nancy 
Wuerfele, Perry 
Yackie, Alfred 
Yaple, Sandra 
Yeager, William 
Young, James 



Young, Martha 
Young, Melvin 
Zembles, Andrew 
Zimmerman, Harry 
Zimmerman, Paula 
Zwank, Ronald 






85 



CLASS OF '67 




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Bailey, Linda 
Ballew, Alan 
Banks, Constance 
Barlow, Randall 
Barnes, Larry * 
Barr, David 



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Happy-go-lucky cut-ups are these five Bearcat coeds. 



Bauman, David 
Bauman, Gerald 
Beesley, Donna 
Belitz, Joseph 
Benton, Larry 
Berti, Judith 



Best, Paul 
Bevins, Robert 
Bibel, William 
Birks, Linda 
Blom, Russell 
Bobst, Michael 







Abarr, Dawn 




Allen, Albert 




Allen, Mary 




Anderson, Donald 




Appleman, Jack 




Appleman, Norma 




Arens, Kenneth 




Armstrong, Margaret 




Audo, Clarence 




Austin, Ronald 




Babcock, Gerald 




Bailey, Donald 





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Boe, Judy 
Boeck, Franklin 
Bohling, Catherine 
Bollinger, Sherry 
Bonecutter, Terry 
Booth, Melvin 



Bowers, Judith 
Boyles, James 
Brinton, George 
Brooke, James 
Brown, Dianna 
Brown, Jack 



Brown, Marlin 
Brown, Nancy 
Brown, Phyllis 
Brown, Ronald 
Bruno, Lawrence 
Bryan, Barbara 



Bryan, Donald 
Buchanan, Richard 
Buffington, Norma 
Bumbacher, Donald 
Burch, Carol 
Busby, James 




Busby, John 
Butcher, Donald 
Cain, Benny 



Allan Packer knocks off a whisker in 
the men's dorms. 






Caldwell, Carol 
Campbell, Terry 
Canady, Carl 



Carr, Deloris 
Carstens, Kenard 
Carter, James 



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SOPHOMORES 




Casey, William 
Chappell, Linda 
Chaput, Carol 
Christensen, Delbert 
Christian, Solomon 
Christie, Harvey 



Crouse, Norman 
Cunningham, Carole 
Curnutt, John 



Clark, Judy 
Clark, Sherrie 
Clayton, Carol 
Clemsen, Dallas 
Cline, James 
Close, Ruth 



Clymens, Judy 
Cochran, Peggy 
Cochran, Rosemarie 
Coleman, Kay 
Colerick, Steven 
Combs, Charles 



Combs, Michael 
Combs, Zeta 
Conn, Dola 
Connell, Jennifer 
Copeland, Dave 
Corbett, James 




The majorettes lift 
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Currey, Diana 
Currier, Carolyn 
Curtis, Gary 



Cushing, Joyce 
Darrah, Susan 
Daugherty, James 



Davidson, Alan 
Davidson, Donald 
Davidson, Jerry 



Davidson, Kenneth 
Davidson, Ken R. 
Davis, Donna 



Dawson, Leslie 
Deardorff, Karen 
DeCosmo, Stanley 
Dew, Ronald 
Dick, Ruth 
Dickerson, Doralyn 



Dietrich, Diann 
Diggs, Judith 
Dills, James 
Downing, Larry 
Duke, Byron 
Duke, Davetta 



Dukes, Karla 
Dunfee, Jeff 
Eggers, Frank 
Eisiminger, Melanie 
Elliott, Denese 
Ellison, Victor 



89 



SOPHOMORES 



Engel, Donald 
Engle, Janet 
Engle, Sharon 
Erganian, Nick 
Evans, Cheryl 
Evans, Donald 



Evans, Nancy 
Everhart, Jesse 
Falk, Bruce 
Felton, Kenneth 
Ferguson, Marilyn 
Ferguson, Rebecca 




Filley, Christopher 
Findley, Rex 
Finley, Merrill 
Fischbach, Fred 
Fletcher, Michael 
Foland, Harold 



Foley, Donna 
Forbes, Michael 
Foutch, Marsha 
Fowler, Mary 
Fox, Tomas 
Frizell, Larry 



Funston, Steven 
Gabel, Sharon 
Gahm, Judith 
Garafalo, Paul 
Gardner, David 
Gardner, Dennis 






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Garrett, Larry 
Gash, Joyce 
Gibler, Linda 



Gift, Slieryl 
Gillespie, Joan 
^joldusky, Steven 



Goodwin, John 
Gray, Janet 
Griffith, Earl 



Grouse, Margaret 
Gruhn, Gary 
Hagan, Lonny 
Hager, Ronald 
Hagg, Jerry 
Haines, Larry 



Mainline, Clara 
Hall, Charles 
Halstead, Lana 
Hamilton, Kay 
Hamtil, Gregory 
Hanrath, Robert 



Hansen, Gary 
Hansen, Phillip 
Hanson, Brenda 
Hanson, Roberta 
Hapes, Judy 
Hardesty, Dona 



Hardy, Beverly 
Hardyman, Dorothy 
Hargus, Merylan 
Harmening, Paul 
Harmon, Keith 
Hartsock, Robert 



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SOPHOMORES 



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Hasselbrink, Carolyn 
Hawley, Donna 
Healy, Michael 
Heflin, Leland 
Heifers, Larry 
Henry, Gary 



Henry, Kerry 
Hoffman, Judith 
Honey, Kerry 
Horrell, Bruce 
Houser, Janet 
Hughes, Larry 



Hukill, Dennis 
Hukill, John 
Hummel, Forrest 
Humphreys, John 
Hunter, Eileen 
Hurst, Alan 



Husted, Rowena 
Huston, Anne 
Hyatt, Jane 
Ijams, Earlene 
Ingels, Shirley 
Jackson, Diana 




Jacobs, William 
Jacobsen, Robert 
Jacobsen, Thomas 



James, Kenneth 
James, Ronald 
Jameson, Howard 



Jennings, John 
Johnson, Chloe 
Johnson, Clyde 




Charlotte Christoffel adds a touch of 
charm and fashion to the AWS Style 
Show. 



SOPHOMORES 






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Johnson, Danny 
Johnson, Gary 
Johnson, Judith 



Johnson, Terry 
Johnson, Vivian 
Johnston, Reanne 



Jones, Mary 
Jones, Pamela 
Jones, Patricia 



Kading, Carolyn 
Kampmann, Gary 
Keith, Kenneth 



Kelley, Janeth 
Kelling, Don 
Kelly, Cynthia 
Kemery, Bart 
King, David 
King, Richard 



Kirby, Charles 
Kline, Robert 
Knauss, James 
Knudson, Douglas 
Koch, Lawrence 
Kokesh, Jean 



Kolterman, Joel 
Kooker, Karol 
Kramer, Diane 
Kruggev, Mary 
Kurtz, Michael 
Lafferty, Carol 



93 



SOPHOMORES 



Lager, Shirley 
La Mar, Judy 
Larson, Richard 
Laumann, Sharon 



Lazear, Fred 
Leming, Donald 
Leonard, Jerry 
Lesher, Nancy 





A serious expression denotes 
serious business at Freshman 
Orientation. 



Lewis, James 
Lewis, John 
Lewis, Roger 
Linder, Edward 
Linville, Joyce 
Logan, Joe 



Logan, Richard 
Logan, Ruth 
Logsdon, James 
Long, Harlan 
Longacre, Frank 
Lonn, Richard 



Lopour, Eileen 
Lowrey, Darryl 
Luttrell, Larry 
McCIain, Donna 
McCloud, Gary 
McClure, Jack 



McComb, Edward 
McCord, Theresa 
McCoy, Nancy 
McDonald, Sherry 
McElfish, Peggy 
McGinnis, Kathleen 



SOPHOMORES 



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An unidentified body lies exhausted in the grass after the annual 
bicycle races. 



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McGuire, Timothy 
McKee, Shirley 
McMinemee, Barbara 
McNeel, Ronald 
McQuigg, Karen 
Mackey, David 



Madison, Willis 
Mahan, John 
Majerus, Robert 
Makings, Vivian 
Mann, Joan 
Manning, Meredith 



Markham, Michelle 



Markt, Larry 



Marsh, Gregory 
Marsh, Nancy 
Martin, Dennis 
Mason, Sarah. 
Massie, Terry 
Mast, Mary 



Mauseth, Robert 
Meadows, Jean 
Meindertsma, Pete 
Mercer, Daryl 
Merker, James 
Meyer, Helen 



Meyer, Judith 
Michel, Peggy 
Michelson, Mason 
Miller, Howard 
Miller, Judith 
Miller, Shirley 



95 



SOPHOMORES 




Miller, Susan 
Mills, Donna 
Millsaps, Creed 
Minnick, Doug 
Mitchell, Paul 
Mitchell, Ronald 



Mitchell, Stephen 
Mock, Margaret 
Molendorp, Gene 
Moles, Neal 
Moore, Jay 
Moore, Robert 



Noble, Gerald 
Noe, Linda 
Noel, Phillip 



Moriarty, Dennis 
Morris, Ted 
Morrow, Glenn 
Moseman, John 
Moyle, Mary 
Mozingo, Nancy 



Muench, Douglas 
Nazarene, Jon 
Nedrow, Larry 
Neil, Larry 
Nelson, Kenneth 
Nelson, Mary 




"But Dr. Beeks, I know the AD Building 
was there this morning," says Steve 
Christenson. 






SOPHOMORES 



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Norman, Dennis 
Olson, Alan 
Olson, Barbara 



Ortega, Sylvia 
Owen, Larry 
Owen, Jeannie 



Owens, Thomas 
Oxley, John 
Pabian, LaVergne 



Parton, Leanna 
Pascal, Diane 
Paxton, Patricia 



Peart, Larry 
Perez, James 
Peters, Karen 
Peterson, Harriette 
Peterson, Jeannie 
Petty, Carol 



Phillips, Randy 
Pierce, Milo 
Pierson, Ronald 
Piper, Philip 
Ploghoft, Susan 
Pomeroy, Ronald 



Porter, Philip 
Posler, Carole 
Posson, Charles 
Powell, Stephen 
Poynter, Harold 
Pratt, David 



97 



SOPHOMORES 



Prior, Linda 
Pritchard, Celia 
Przybylski, Thomas 
Quigley, Rodney 
Ranck, Lowell 
Randall, Shirley 



Rasco, Thomas 
Rasmussen, Karlene 
Redman, Rosalie 
Reed, Linda 
Reeder, Richard 
Reiman, Dale 




Reynolds, Raymond 
Richard, Jill 
Richards, Donald 
Riddell, Joyce 
Ridge, Dianna 
Ripley, Mary 



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Rissler, William 
Robbins, Donald 
Roberts, Edwin 
Robertson, John 
Robinson, Sandra 
Rockhold, Curtis 



Rodriquez, Alberto 
Roland, Warren 
Ross, Mick 
Roth, Larry 
Rotts, Nancy 
Russell, Jacqueline 









SOPHOMORES 



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The man in the spotlight is Mike Healy 



Saemisch, Richard 
Sander, Ronald 
Saner, Paul 
Saunders, Shirley 
Schafer, Shirley 
Schaller, William 



Schatz, Gloria 
Schenkel, Kenneth 
Schenkelberg, Michael 
Schieber, Sheila 
Schlegel, Roger 
Schnathorst, Dennis 



Schope, Jim 
Schroeder, Edward 
Schulenberg, Mary 
Scott, Alan 
Scott, Judy 
Seat, David 



See, Alan 
Seger, Raymond 
Seifert, Kathleen 
Seiverling, Willis 
Sexton, Sheryl 
Sharp, Larry 



Sharp, Rita 
Sherman, Elaine 
Shestak, David 



Shields, Joseph 
Shipley, Donald 
Siglin, Annette 



Simon, Michael 
Skinner, Mary 
Sleister, Paulette 



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SOPHOMORES 



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Smith, Charles 
Smith, David 
Smith, Donald 
Smith, Janet 
Smith, Kathryn 
Smith, Kenneth 



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Sorensen, Frederick 
Sorensen, Stephen 
Sparks, Terry 
Sprake, Janet 
Stackhouse, Elaine 
Stalling, Clyde 



Standard, Roger 
Stanley, Evelyn 
Steinhauser, Robert 
Stephens, Charles 
Stephens, Kelly 
Stilabower, Sandra 



Stilley, Edward 
Stoll, Clara 
Straight, Beverly 
Stream, Sherman 
Strecker, Dennis 
Streeter, Curtis 



SOPHOMORES 




Stroebele, Jerald 
Stuart, David 
Sturtz, Kenneth 



Sunderman, Luella 
Svvanson, Duane 
Talbott, Pamela 



Tasler, Ramona 
Taylor, Katie 
Taylor, Mary 



Taylor, Robert 
Taylor, Suanne 
Templer, William 
Tesi, Roger 
Thompson, Michael 
Thompson, Russell 



Thummel, Irma 
Thurnau, Gary 
Tietz, Gary 
Toppa, Ronald 
Torstenson, Tom 
Traylor, Diane 



Tritsch, Judith 
Trump, Lynn 
Tunell, Gary 
Turner, Linda 
Urich, Gary 
Vanderweide, Vincent 



Vessar, Lyndal 
Victor, Mike 
Wade, Jeffery 
Wakeman, James 
Walker, John 
Wallace, Beverly 



101 



SOPHOMORES 




Wortman, Martha 
Young, Carol 
Zaiger, Jordon 



Wallace, Ronald 
Walter, Ronald 
Walton, Paula 
Ware, Evelyn 
Ware, Michael 
Watson, William 



Webb, John 
Webb, Vincent 
Weibel, James 
Whetstone, Gano 
Whipple, Donald 
Whitlatch, Robert 



Wiegand, Jon 
Wilcoxson, Stephen 
Wiley, Marlene 
Wilhoit, Steve 
Williams, Helen 
Williams, Robert 



Williams, Shirley 
Williamson, Eddie 
Wilson, Eddie 
Wilson, Karen 
Wilson, Larry 
Wilson, Michael 



Wineinger, Ronald 
Winters, Gary 
Winzenread, Johanna 
Wisdom, Clinton 
Wissink, Gerald 




Don Peterson appears to be lost in deep 
thought. 






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Abilotrup, Michael 
Adams, Beverly 
Adams, Charlotte 



Adams, Meta 
Adams, Michael 
Adams, William 



Adkins, John 
Agre, Sally 
Ahrens, Larry 



Albert, Patricia 
Alexander, Steve 
Allen, Carol 



Allen, Cheryl 
Allen, Earnest 
Allen, Harold 
Allen, Michael 
Allpress, James 
Almquist, Rozanne 



Andersen, Curtis 
Andersen, Dale 
Anderson, Marvel 
Anderson, Ronald E. 
Andrews, William 
Annan, Maribeth 



Arbanella, Fred 
Arbuckle, Janet 
Archer, Leonard 
Arment, Dennis 
Arnion, Howard 
Arnold, Betty 



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FRESHMEN 



Arlington, Richard 
Atkinson, Mary 
Ayers, Janet 
Bahler, Lynda 
Bailey, Carol 
Bailey, Ronald 



Bain, Linda 
Baker, Barbara 
Baker, Cynthia 
Baker, Jeanne 

Ballentine, William 
Banes, Marsha 



Barge, Sharon 
Barker, Jim 
Barker, Lora 
Barnes, Joy 
Barnett, Zonia 
Barten, Robert 




Raymond Gass directs traffic as fresh- 
men invade the campus. 



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Bender, Kenneth 
Bender, Terri 
Bentley, Marilyn 



Benton, Leonard 
Bickford, Charles 
Biggs, Sondra 



Billings, Linda 
Birchmier, Brenda 
Bishop, Nancy 



Black, Elbert 
Black, Gene 
Blackford, John 



Blackwell, Beth 
Bliss, Larry 
Boggio, Frances 
Bogue, James 
Bohnenkamp, Elizabeth 
Bolinger, Mary 



Boltinghouse, Mary 
Booth, Martin 
Borkowski, Allan 
Boswell, Lorrane 
Boudewyns, Kathleen 
Bovaird, Dean 



Bower, David 
Bowman, James 
Bowman, Phyllis 
Box, Mervin 
Boyer, Lloyd 
Boyles, Sharon 



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FRESHMEN 












Brader, Donald 
Bradfield, Gayle 
Brady, Karen 
Bray, Kay 
Brinton, Dennis 
Brinton, Linda 




Bristol, John 



Bro, Richard 



Brooke, Lloyd 



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Pat Noah indulges in an unscheduled study break. 




Brooner, Patricia 
Brower, Robert 
Brown, Barbara 
Brown, Carole 
Brown, John 
Bruner, George 



Buetzer, Kim 
Burch, Cathy 
Burger, Mary 
Burk, William 
Burke, Richard 
Burnett, Robert 



Burtnett, Jerry 
Burton, Linda 
Burton, Norma 
Burton, Rochelle 
Bush, Karen 
Butterworth, Georgia 



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106 



FRESHMEN 






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Byron, Kay 
Cain, Benny 
Cain, Cheryl 
Cain, Steven 
Calkins, James 
Campbell, Dennis 



Campbell, John 
Canon, Russell 
Carlson, Lynn 
Carlson, Roger 
Carlton, Cathleen 
Carnahan, Clark 



Carr, Marilyn 



Carter, James 



Carter, Sharon 
Casady, Janet 
Castle, Gary 
Castor, Barbara 
Ceplina, Sharon 
Chambers, Carole 



Chambers, Joyce 
Chappell, Patricia 
Chesnut, Allen 
Christensen, Cheryl 
Christopher, Don 
Cisco, Susan 



Clark, Carol 
Clark, Glenda 
Clark, Jane 
Clark, Joe 
Clark, Mack 
Clark, Sherry 



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107 



FRESHMEN 



Claussen, Stephen 
Clevenger, Linda 
Clifton, Harold 
Clinkenbeard, Virginia 
Clothier, Martha 
Clouse, Sharron 



Coccoran, Gary 
Cochrane, Dennis 
Cockrill, Michael 
Coffelt, Vickie 
Coil, Patricia 
Coldiron, John 




Cook, Patricia 
Cooper, Gary 
Copeland, Sue 
Corbett, Barbara 
Cottle, Hubert 
Couch, Anita 



Couch, Janice 
Courter, Raymond 
Cox, James 
Cox, Lana 
Craft, Allen 
Crain, Terry 



108 



FRESHMEN 



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Barber Harvey Hallum gives Gary Ran- 
dall a trim. 






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Craven, Robert 
Crawford, John 
Creason, Daryl 



Creveling, William 
Crites, Patricia 
Crookshanks, Janet 



Cross, Kenneth 
Crouse, Stephen 
Crozier, James 



Cummings, Don 
Curphey, Sandra 
Dagley, Gary 



Dague, Roberta 
Dale, Tyra 
Dann, Marshall 
Dannar, Wilbur 
Darr, James 
Dath, Diane 



Daughtrey, Gilbert 
Daumas, Kenneth 
Davis, Connie 
Davis, Linda 
Davison, Larry 
Deangelo, Ron 



Deardorff , David 
Deardorff , Dorothy 
Deisch, Gordon 
Delashmutt, Chris 
Delong, John 
Delong, Ruth 



109 



FRESHMEN 






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Dennis, Lynette 
Dent, Linda 
Denton, Keith 
DeShon, Thelma 
DeVorss, DeAnna 
Dew, Gertrude 



Dick, Earl 
Dick, Iris 
Ditamore, Janice 
Dooley, Kathleen 
Dowden, Cheryl 
Downing, Richard 



Drummond, Grace 
Duff, Carol 
Duffett, Roberta 
Dugger, Hilda 
Dunavan, Marsha 
Dunfee, Becky 



110 




Eckles, William 
Eddleman, Dixie 
Edgar, James 
Edwards, Carol 
Edwards, Joyce 
Edwards, Nick 



Edwards, Robert 
Egli, Dianne 
Egy, Donna 
Ehlers, Patricia 
Ehret, Sue 
Eivins, Jerry 












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FRESHMEN 




Elam, Sharlyne 
Elder, Kay 



Elliott, Diane 
Ellis, Charlotte 



Ellis, Richard 
Ellison, Greg 



Epstein, Alicia 
Evans, Frank 
Everly, Charles 
Fagen, Willis 
Farquhar, Elda 
Fast, Janet 



Faulstich, Juliana 
Favinger, Cherilee 
Feekin, Duane 
Ferguson, Susan 
Fields, Gary 
Fine, Elaine 



Fine, Philip 
Fisher, Anna 
Fitzpatrick, Pat 
Flack, Dennis 
Flaherty, Dennis 
Fleshner, Lyle 



Fletcher, Nina 
Flippin, Sheryl 
Florea, Roger 
Ford, Dennis 
Forney, Edward 
Forret, Juanita 



111 



FRESHMEN 



Forsythe, Mary 
Foster, Robert 
Foster, Floyd 
Foster, Mark 
Fouts, John 
Frame, Edith 




Gardiner, Carole 
Gardner, Judy 
Garrett, Jacquilyn 
Garrison, Michael 
Gaule, Twylla 
Gayler, Larry 



George, Carolyn 
Geyer, Martha 
Gibson, Sharon 
Giffin, James 
Good, Deborah 
Goodell, Belinda 






112 



FRESHMEN 



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Goos, Jim 
Goracke, Lois 
Gosch, Larry 
Gough, John 
Grace, James 
Grace, William 



Graeff, Shirley 
Grame, Kenneth 
Graves, Joan 
Gray, Pamela 
Greener, Beverly 
Greeno, Jacqueline 



Gregg, Marvin 



Greiner, Kenneth 



Griffin, Ivana 
Griffin, Warland 
Grimsley, David 
Groom, Galen 
Groomer, Patricia 
Guhl, Avis 



Guling, Bill 
Hale, Eddie 
Hall, Margaret 
Hall, Rebecca 
Hall, Richard 
Halliday, Gail 



Halterman, Patty 
Hamilton, Laura 
Hamilton, Mary 
Hankins, Sharon 
Hansen, Patricia 
Hardwick, Robert 



113 




FRESHMEN 



Hardy, David 
Harmon, Helen 
Harr, Barbara 
Harrington, William 
Harris, Nancy 
Harris, Phillip 



Harris, Roger 
Hartman, Gary 
Hascall, Harold 
Hauber, Paula 
Hayden, Frank 
Hays, Amos 



Hays, Margaret 
Hayward, Robert 
Heitman, Duane 
Heifers, Patricia 
Heller, Ronald 
Helmkamp, Stanley 




114 



Laundry day has come for Carla 
Bright. 



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FRESHMEN 




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"Operation Clean-Up" is begun by 
Jim Freedline. 



Hixson, Susan 
Hodge, Carl 
Hoefelmann, Linda 
Hoffelmeyer, Linda 
Hogue, Morris 
Holcomb, Dale 



Holden, Kay 
Holmes, Linda 
Holmes, Twila 
Hoover, Donald 
Hopkins, Dale 
Hopkins, Linda 



Hopper, Edward 
Horn, Linda 
Hornecker, Mary 
Hornick, Victor 
Houston, Iris 
Howard, Carolyn 



Howard, Mary 
Howitt, Ron 
Howlett, Normal 



Huber, William 
Hudnall, Linda 
Huffman, Terrance 



Hughes, Leonard 
Hughes, Wendell 
Hunt, Charlene 



Hunt, Etta 
Hunt, Judith 
Hunter, Marsha 



115 



FRESHMEN 



Hunziger, Ronald 
Hutchinson, Stephen 
Hwens, Emma 
Illingworth, Linda 
Ingle, James 
Ingram, Geraldine 




Jennings, Merlin 
Jeter, James 
Joesting, Marjorie 
Johnson, Bonnie 
Johnson, Charles 
Johnson, David 



Johnson, James 
Johnson, Kathryn 
Johnson, Marvin 
Johnson, Ruth 
Johnson, Toni 
Johnson, Wayne K. 



116 









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FRESHMEN 




Johnston, Kristen 
Johnston, Sharon 
Johnston, Sheryl 
Jones, Evelyn 
Jones, Geoffrey 
Jones, Janet 



Jones, Joanne 
Jones, Larry 
Judkins, Jan 
Justice, Linda 
Kading, Marvin 
Kauzlarich, Jane 



Kavanaugh, Richard 



Kearney, Dowell 



Kelim, Leslie 



Kelly, Ronda 
Kelsey, David 
Kemp, Scott 
Kennedy, Mary 
Kennedy, Ruth 
Kenny, Charlotte 



Kerwin, Kenneth 
Kerns, Cheryle 
Ketelsen, Larry. 
Kidd, Nancy 
Kiernan, Lawrence 
Kincaid, John 



117 



FRESHMEN 



Kincannon, Sandra 
Kingery, Richard 
Kinker, Donald 
Kirkendoll, Judy 
Klein, Maurine 
Klein, William 



Kloewer, Leo 
Klump, Elmer 
Knepper, Mary 
Knittig, Dennis 
Knott, Mark 
Koboldt, Bruce 



118 




Langford, Nona 
Lantz, Gary 
Lantz, Richard 
Lappe, Frances 
Larison, Lynda 
Larson, Avis 



Lathrum, Barbara 
Lauhoff , Mary 
Laur, Barbara 
Leach, Allen 
Lee, Carol 
Lee, Lonnie 



FRESHMEN 




Leighninger, David 
Lemley, Grace 
Leonard, Karen 
Lesan, Richard 
Letz, Richard 
LeValley, Julie 



Lewis, Robert 
Libel, Kathleen 
Lichter, Michael 



Lillard, Janice 
Lilley, Gary 
Lillie, Allen 



Lincoln, Kenneth 
Linde, Cheryll 
Linville, Douglas 



Linville, Robert 
Little, Sidney 
Lockhart, John 
Loe, Marilyn 
Long, Adaline 
Long, Nancy 



Longfellow, Jack 
Loots, Marilyn 
Loutermilch, Sherrill 
Lovitt, Rudy 
Lowry, Kenneth 
Lucas, Sharon 



Lumm, Mary 
Lundquist, Linda 
Luth, Loren 
Lybarger, Judy 
Lyle, Elaine 
Lyons, Arnold 



119 



FRESHMEN 



McBee, Jerold 
McCampbell, Russell 
McCarthy, Trudy 
McCartney, Barbara 
McCarty, Pamela 
McCHntic, Katherine 



McCollough, Gary 
McCombs, Elaine 
McCord, Lorraine 
McCormick, Jeannie 
McDowell, Sharon 
McFarland, Garry 



McGaughey, Victor 
McGuire, Carolyn 
McGuire, Joseph 
McKenzie, Beverly 
McKnight, Bill 
McNally, Janet 




Macrander, Ella 
Madison, Diana 
Maharry, Maurice 
Main, John 
Malone, Kathleen 
Malone, Larry 



Malone, Lavera 
Manger, Carl 
Manning, Madilyn 
Marek, Joan 
Marnin, Douglas 
Marsh, Larry 






120 



FRESHMEN 



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Marshall, Warrior 
Martin, John R. 
Martin, Ruth 



Mason, Frank 
Masters, Darith 
Mauer, Gary 



Mauer, Virginia 
Maxwell, Shirley 
Mayf ield, Donna 



Mead, Sharon 
Meadows, Irvin 
Mears, Charles 
Medsker, Gerald 
Medsker, Sandra 
Meredith, John 



Messerli, Ken 
Metzgar, Bill 
Metzgar, Thomas 
Meyer, Eugene 
Meyers, Zana 
Miller, Carolyn 



Miller, Cynthia 
Miller, Edwin 
Miller, Janice 
Miller, John 
Miller, Kenda 
Miller, Loring 



Miller, Mary E. 
Miller, Peggy S. 
Miller, Richard 
Miller, Robert G. 
Miller, Robert J. 
Milligan, Jennifer 



121 



FRESHMEN 



Mishmash, Donna 
Mitchell, Eugene 
Mitchell, Victor 
Monroe, James 



Montgomery, JoAnn 
Monthei, Pamela 
Moody, Mary 
Mooney, Louis 



122 





Judy Kerns is ready to receive 
in a fast game of table tennis. 



Mortensen, Duane 
Morton, Ann 
Mozingo, Jerry 
Mullen, Dianna 
Mullins, Donna 
Murphy, Michael 



My Ian, Lynne 
Nail, James 
Nash, Sharon 
Nauroth, Janet 
Nelson, Barbara 
Nelson, Bonnie 



Nelson, Colleen 
Nelson, James 
Nelson, Marietta 
Nelson, Regina 
Nelson, Roger 
Nerling, Joseph 



Netherton, Jerry 
Newbrough, Patricia 
Newcomer, Larry 
Newman, Janet 
Newman, Larry 
Newsome, Mary 



FRESHMEN 




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Newton, Marvin 
Newton, Ronald 
Nicholas, Sam 
Nichols, Charlotte 
Nichols, James 
Noble, Michael 



Norris, Carol 
Norris, Connie 
Nugent, Margaret 
O'Dell, Hazel 
O'Donnell, James 
Ogren, Maxine 



Olenhouse, Terrell 
Olsen, Marlys 
Olson, Duane 
O'Rourke, Tim 
Osmond, Ronald 
Ostring, Nancy 



Owens, Judith 
Painter, Sharon 
Pallo, Daniel 
Palmer, Irvin 
Palumbo, Judith 
Parker, Linda 



Parman, Larry 
Parrish, Mardelle 
Partlow, Richard 



Patterson, Carole 
Patterson, Dennis 
Paulsen, Marlus 



Payton, Sharon 
Peart, Charles 
Pedersen, Eileen 



Wava Tackett returns the ball to re- 
ceive a point. 



123 



FRESHMEN 






124 




Pedei-sen, Georgea 
Pedersen, Linda 
Pederson, Jennifer 
Pendleton, Roy 
Perkins, Janet 
Perlenfein, Connie 



P rter, Janila 
Potter, Mary 
Potts, Mary 



Petersen, David 
Petersen, Janice 
Peterson, Martin 
Peterson, Pamela 
Petree, Joetta 
Petty, Lloyd 



Phillips, Billie 
Phillips, Cheri 
Phillips, Jimmy 
Phillips, Larry 
Phillips, Richard 
Phillips, Rodney 



Phillips, Tom 
Pickering, Marvin 
Pierce, Michael 
Pinckney, Robert 
Pitzenberger, Vergene 
Place, Phillip 







Sun, shadow, and snow combine to accent 
the beauty of MSC's campus. 



FRESHMEN 



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Potts, Richard 
Prater, Craig 
Price, Margaret 



Price, Ruth 
Price, Sarah 
Prieditis, Dagnia 



Pruitt, Alan 
Pulley, Robert 
Quinn, James 



Quinn, Janet 
Randle, Vern 
Rasmussen, Gary 



Ratliff , Renee 
Rea, Janet 
Redd, Regina 
Reed, Dennis 
Reedholm, Charles 
Rees, Merlyn 



Reeves, Rita 
Reid, Sandra 
Reineke, Cheryl 
Renken, Nancy 
Reser, James 
Reser, Phillip 



Reynolds, James 
Rich, Sheryl 
Riddell, Martha 
Riddle, Kathy 
Ridenour, Mona 
Ridgway, Cheryl 



125 



FRESHMEN 



Rigler, Roma 
Riley, Carolyn 
Riley, Sharon 
Ristau, Carol 
Roberts, Patricia 
Robinson, Kay 




Peter Jackson, Kenneth Geib, and Clara Timmons offi- 
ciate as Ron Zimmerman and Dave Ranum cast votes 
in the student body election. 



Rowe, Robert 
Rowen, Elihu 
Ruble, Vicki 
Rule, Raymond 
Rusk, Donald 
Russell, Donald 



126 




Russell, Marcia 
Saale, Suzanne 
Sadler, Jelane 
Saemisch, Juda 
Salf rank, Janet 
Salfrank, Susan 



Sawyer, Jane 
Schatz, James 
Scheller, Lynn 
Schieber, Joseph 
Schieber, Marilyn 
Schlichting, Kathryn 



FRESHMEN 




Schmidt, Robert 
Schmidt, Ronald 
Schmitz, Carmelita 



Schnegelberger, Lois 
Schneider, Linda 
Schnell, Joyce 



Schott, Eddie 
Schuler, Robert 
Schultz, Mark 



Schuster, Charles 
Scott, Larry 
Scott, Vincent 
Seabaugh, Kathryne 
Seely, Kendra 
Seipel, Lois 



Sell, Wayne 
Sexton, Larry 
Shaffer, William 
Sharp, Barbara 
Sharp, Mary 
Shaw, Janet 



Sheehan, Judith 
Sheehan, Pamela 
Sheetz, Beverly 
Shipley, Steven 
Shockley, Carol 
Shockley, Kay 



Sibley, DeWitt 
Sillik, Beverly 
Simmons, Norma 
Simons,-Sondra 
Simpson, James 
Skillman, Mary 



127 



FRESHMEN 





Slater, Sandra 
Slawson, Janice 
Sloan, Sally 
Smetana, Richard 
Smith, Cheryl 
Smith, Denney 








Smith, Janice 
Smith, Judith 





Smith, Otis 
Smith, Richard 





Smith, Stephen 
Smither, Louis 




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Sharon Gates and Diane Foland aid Jim Graves who snaps 
the shutter for another ID picture. 



128 




Snethen, Gay 
Snodgrass, Ruth 
Snook, Darwin 
Sommer, Edward 
Sorensen, Michael 
Southard, Woody 



Spain, Darrell 
Spangler, Adrienne 
Spicer, Marjean 
Spillman, Marlene 
Spoon, Kathleen 
Spraker, Alan 



Spurgeon, William 
Stalling, Ellen 
Staples, David 
Statham, Paul 
Steffens, Gordon 
Steinfeld, Judy 



FRESHMEN 




Steinhauser, John 
Steinman, Beric 
Stephens, Leonard 
Stephens, Rena 
Stephens, Lorna 
Stevens, Sharon 



Stevenson, Marsha 
Stevenson, Rodney 
Stewart, Gary 
Stewart, Robert 
Stewart, Roger 
Stitzer, Lowell 



Stoaks, Marguaretta 
Stone, Lyle 



Stookey, Carol 
Sullivan, John 



Summers, Douglas 
Swanson, Milton 



Swartz, Dennis 
Sweet, Raymond 
Swenson, John 
Swink, Marshall 
Taake, Jean 
Tanner, Cherie 



Tarwater, Patti 
Taylor, Carolyn 
Taylor, Larry 
Taylor, Rebecca 
Taylor, Ursula 
Thacker, Gregory 



129 



FRESHMEN 




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Thomsen, Deanne 
Thornton, Gloria 



Tiffany, William 
Tillotson, Terry 





Thomas, Linda 
Thompson, Edra 
Thompson, Everett 
Thompson, Kathryn 
Thompson, Norma 
Thompson, Robert 




Nancy McHenry and Marilyn Campbell, assisted by Janet 
Smith, check out for a "night on the town." 




Tonnies, Marshall 
Torkelson, Ronnie 
Townsend, Sonya 
Tracy, Gary 
Trow, James 
Trow, Marilyn 



Trueblood, Thomas 
Tubach, David 
Tuchband, Thomas 
Tuggle, Sue 
Turner, Eugene 
Tuttle, Dixie 



Underwood, Mary 
Underwood, William 
Urban, Marlene 
Vanfossan, Jim 
Van Fosson, Linda 
Varley, Lawrence 



130 



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FRESHMEN 










Veylupek, Gary 
Vogel, Marvin 
Voyce, Jo Ann 
Wagner, Donald 
Wake, Reed 
Waldeier, Larry 



Walker, Diane 
Walker, Patricia 
Walker, Robert 
Walkup, Vivi 
Wallace, Linda 
Waltemath, Phillip 



Walter, Eldon 
Ward, James 



Ware, Diana 
Ware, Linda 



Ware, Phyllis 
Warren, Terry 
Warren, Wilbur 
Wasserfallen, David 
Watkins, Flame 
Watkins, Larry 



Watsabaugh, J. B. 
Watson, James 
Watson, Paul 
Webb, Harold 
Weddle.Jobn 
Weis, Richard 



Welsch, Robert 
Werf, Glen 
Westbrook, John 
Weston, Paula 
Wetzel, Martha 
Wharff, Marjorie 



131 



FRESHMEN 



Wheeler, Valorie 
Whetstone, Richard 
Whipple, Ben 
Whitaker, John 
Whitehead, Sharon 
Whitesell, Allan 



Whitesell, Charles 
Wible, Carolyn 
Wideman, Alan 
Widener, Deanna 
Wiegers, William 
Wiley, Diana 



Williams, Jane 
Williams, Sheila 
Willimann, Frances 
Willwerth, Ronald 
Wilson, Inez 
Wilson, Marilyn 




Wineinger, Carolyn 
Winn, Robert 
Wion, Lynne 
Wirt, Cheryl 
Wirt, William 
Wise, Fred 



Wolf, Linda 
Wolf, Phyllis 
Wolverton, Steve 
Wood, Dennis 
Wood, James 
Wood, Lyle 



132 



FRESHMEN 



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Zeiger, John 
Zeikle, Charles 
Zembles, Marthalee 
Zimmerman, Danny 



Wood, Robert 
Wood, Thomas 
Woodford, Susan 
Woods, Douglas 
Woodyard, Stephen 
Wozniak, Dennis 



Wray, Keith 
Wright, John 
Wright, Peggy 
Wright, Rebecca 
Wright, Russell 
Wyse, Ronald 



Xanders, Rita 
Yates, Jennifer 
Youell, Carolyn 
Young, Sandra 
Zagorniak, Albert 
Zehr, Barbara 





M-m-m-! Taste'that Thanksgiving turkey. 



133 



HONORS BANQUET 




Guest of honor, President Jones, gave the main address at the American Association of University Professors 
Honors Banquet. The four top-ranking students from each of the four classes were present plus all professors and 
their wives. 



KAPPA DELTA PI 

on 




134 



FIRST ROW: Kay Graves, Treasurer; Alice Akers, Reporter; Sharon Schmidt, Presi- 
dent; Sharon Phoenix, Vice-President; Sandra Bender, Secretary. SECOND ROW: 
Sharon Elwick, . atricia Lininger, Darlene Guest, Kathy Lockridge, Karen Jorgensen, 
Linda Strachan, Donna Parks, Paula Evans. THIRD ROW: Sharon Bolin, Nancy 
Timberlake, Shirley Moore, Georgia Linville, Wava Tackett, Linda Nielson, Judy 
Salfrank. FOURTH ROW: Martha Klinzman, Carolyn Smith, Karen Barker, Linda 
Jones, Dean Schantz, Tom Trainer, Dr. John Harr, Counselor. 



GRADUATE STUDENTS 



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Dr. Charles Koerble aids in serving cookies and coffee to graduate students at a 
social time before the business meeting. 




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MASTERS DEGREE CANDIDATES, Summer, 1964: FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Carpini, Thelma Van 
Hoozer, Roberta Westfall, Virginia Shain, Violet Stewart, Mary Ethel Pugh, Evelyne Haupt, Iris 
Litten. SECOND ROW: Daniel Heckman, Leslie Jeromes, George M. Ashworth, Wayne Curlile, Rich- 
ard Schlitter, Harold Lynch, William Nott, Bob Maxwell. THIRD ROW: William Euler, Robert Blair, 
J. O. Smith, Charles Cowdrey, Gerald Brown, Charles Burrl, T. R. Baker, Dick Foster. FOURTH ROW: 
George Kling, John Martin, Jimmy Ham, Bill McKinney, Bob Alcorn, Aaron Ranner, Robert Osburn, 
Gerald Trullinger, Norman Pearson. 





President Robert Foster, Dean Leon Miller, and Dean Schooling 
of Mo. University discuss the graduate program with candi- 
dates, 



135 



SENATE 



Fourteen members, elected by their respective 
classes, formed the nucleus of the Student Govern- 
ment Association of Northwest Missouri State Col- 
lege for 1964-65. 

The Senate was responsible for establishing 
and supervising the procedures for all major cam- 
pus elections. A definite improvement was 
achieved in the parking situation through the 
efforts of the Student-Faculty Disciplinary Com- 
mittee. 

Improvements were made in the constitution 
with the establishment of committees for making 
and adopting revisions. There was also a re-evalu- 
ation of the 1965 Who's Who selections. 

Interested in other colleges' student govern- 
ment associations and their student problems, the 
Senate sent representatives to an exchange-of- 
ideas conference in Illinois. The Senate was also 
represented at the MSCSGA Convention in War- 
rensburg. 




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GLENN ACKSEL 
President of Student Body 



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Thonps 
ley Moo 
Charles 

Herbert 




FIRST ROW: Kenneth Thompson, Sponsor; Sue Thompson, Secretary; Judith Miller; Glenn Acksel, President; 
John Hill, Vice-President; Mike Knepper, Treasurer; C. E. Koerble, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mary Mast, Carol 
Workman, Shirley Moore, Marge MacDonald, Dean Hamon, Nancy Timberlake. 



136 



ACKSEL HEADS 



FACULTY AFFAIRS COM- 
MITTEE: Bob Dickey, Glenn 
Acksel, Dr. Charles Koerble, 
Chairman; Shirley Moore, Ron- 
ald Fitch. 




STUDENT-FACULTY DISCI- 
PLINARY COMMITTEE: Sue 
Thompson, Glenn Acksel, Shir- 
ley Moore. SECOND ROW: Dr. 
Charles Koerble, Advisor; Mr. 
Herbert Dieterich, Chairman; 
John Hill, Dean Hamon. 




SENATE ADVISORY 
BOARD: Bob Lewellen, Glenn 
Acksel, Mike Thompson, Ron- 
ald Fitch. 



137 



TOWER STAFF 




FIRST ROW: Kathy Riddle; Susan McConkey, Editor; Wava Tackett, Assistant Editor; Joan 
Mann, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Roger Ambrosier, Art Editor; Mr. Howard Ringold, Faculty 
Advisor; Bob Johnson, Sports Editor; Dr. Frank Grube, Literary Advisor. 





Bob Johnson is busy planning the sports 
pages. 



Art Editor Roger Ambrosier is skillful in 
drawing pages for the '65 Tower. 



138 



TOWER STAFF 




Pictured at a meeting with publishing representative, Pat Penniston, 
are staff assistents, Kathy Riddle, Nancy Boyd, and Cathy Baumli. 




Dr. Frank Grube advises Wava Tackett as 
she prepares copy for the Tower. 




Editor Susan McConkey checks lay-out with Howard Ringold. 



139 



NORTHWEST 




Sharon Shipley and Marvin Bell 
Co-Editors 



Circulation figures of the Northwest Mis- 
sourian climbed over the 4,000 mark during the 
1964-1965 school year. These figures include cam- 
pus, local, and mailing list distributions and sub- 
scriptions. 

The college newspaper provided students and 
faculty with news and events on the campus level. 
During the 1964 Presidential election, the Mis- 
sourian printed a commentary concerning the 
event. Special coverage of President Robert Fos- 
ter's inauguration was complete with pictures and 
excerpts from President Foster's acceptance 
speech. The Co-Editors, Sharon Shipley and 
Marvin Bell, continued the practice of extra-page 
editions for such events as Homecoming and the 
Literary Editions. 

The local demands for more advertising space 
were adequately met by Advertising Manager 
Lorraine Schultz. National advertising was again 
carried by the Missourian. Circulation Manager 
John Shipley reorganized the complete mailing 
process to meet the welcomed problem of in- 
creased circulation. 

A special sports coverage staff headed by 
Co-Editor Bell, Sports Coordinator Mike Kindle, 
and reporters Turner Tyson, Dave Bell, Rick 
Phillips, and Bruce Horrell added emphasis to the 
Bearcat varsity and reserve team sports with 
more photographs, individual player features, and 
up-to-the-minute follow-ups. 

Mick Ware served as Photographic Editor, 
with assistance from Neil Chaput and Clinton 
Wisdom. 




140 



FIRST ROW: Sharon Shipley, Co-editor; Marvin Bell, Co-editor; Mr. Homer Morris, Faculty Advisor; John Shipley, Cir- 
culation Manager; Mike Kindle, Sports Editor; Lorraine Schultz, Business Manager. SECOND ROW: Carol Wolverton, 
Gano Whetstone, Janet Arbuckle, Suzanne Saale, Kathy Riddle, Donna Davis. THIRD ROW: Turner Tyson, John Cold- 
iron, Fred Fischback, Marjorie Wharff, Rick Phillips, Dave Bell. 






MISSOURIAN 




Marvin Bell 
Co-Editor 




Sharon Shipley 
Co-Editor 



Kathy Riddle 
and Lorraine Schultz 




Mick Ware and John Shipley 



Turner Tyson and Dave Bell 



141 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA ACTIVES 




FIRST ROW: Kenneth Thompson, Sponsor; Daniel Schneider, Mike Armintrout, Neil Chaput, Second Vice-President; Tom Lupar- 
dus, President; Bill Nelson, First Vice-President; Larry Rosenow, Treasurer; Keith Lambertsen, Kenneth Harlan. SECOND ROW: 
Myrl Long, Sponsor; Richard Reeder, Frederick Rohlfs, Gerald Marcinko, Robert Patience, Mike Bobst, Soren Sorensen, Rickey 
Steckelberg, Charles Posson, Alan Scott, William Rissler. 



PLEDGES 




FIRST ROW: Sam Dalzell, Steve Crouse, Steve Wolverton, Eamie Allen, Elbert Black, Raymond Brady. 
SECOND ROW: Neil Chaput, Pledge Master; Normal Howlett, Jim Jeter, Ronnie Torkelson, Stuart 
Robertson. 



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For its fifth year on campus, serv- 
ice was again the key word for Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma. During their many 
hours of dedicated work the members 
published the student-faculty direc- 
tory, helped with Tower sales, pro- 
vided guides for visitors on campus, 
ushered at school functions, collected 
books and maeazines to send to work- 
ers in the Peace Corps, maintained the 
service of sewing boxes in the wom- 
en's restrooms, and made doll clothes 
for Par Ke Sook, a little Korean girl 
that they adopted last year. Working 
jointly with Alpha Phi Omega, Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma sold concessions at 
football and basketball games. The 
fall pledge project was making books 
for the Retarded Children's school on 
campus. 

Social events included several in- 
formal mixers with Alpha Phi Omega, 
as well as the jointly sponsored Spring 
Formal. A rush party was held each 
semester for prospective pledges. 

Girls in the sorority receiving rec- 
ognition were Jo'Ann Fabro, Harvest 
Moon Ball Queen; Judy Huitt, Card- 
inal Key; and Sharon Schmidt, Presi- 
dent of Kappa Delta Pi and State 
Treasurer of Student NEA. Sharon 
was asked to apply for three graduate 
scholarships: Danforth, Fulbright, 
and Woodrow Wilson. 




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lighted the 1964-65 school year for the 
Beta Upsilon chapter of Alpha Phi 
Omega, MSC's service fraternity that 
celebrated its 25th anniversary year 
on campus. 

The major service projects carried 
out were directing traffic for special 
occasions, checking coats at major 
dances, assisting handicapped students 
to and from classes in bad weather, 
decorating the campus at Christmas, 
conducting campus tours for inter- 
ested groups, and organizing the an- 
nual "Ugly Man" contest to raise 
money for the Student Loan Fund. 

In cooperation with Gamma Sigma 
Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega sponsored a 
book fair, conducted a campaign for 
the March of Dimes, and managed 
concessions at football and basketball 
games. 

The social aspect was keynoted by 
the annual Spring Formal, along with 
several mixers and a Christmas party 
with Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

Members active in the campus com- 
munity included: Soren Sorensen, 
President of Gamma Delta; David 
Neustadt, President of Men's Resi- 
dence Halls' Council and Independent 
Student Organization ; Keith Lambert- 
sen, President of Student NEA; Lar- 
ry Rosenow, Pledge Trainer for Pi 
Omega Pi; Robert Patience, President 
of Student Christian Association and 
Co-chairman of Religious Emphasis 
Week; and William Rissler, member 
of "The Crucible" cast. 



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GSS-APO Spring Formal 




Gamma Sigma Sigma actives Jean Kobashigawa and Erma 
Hall prepare a display for the sorority. 



Alpha Phi Omega actives discuss their fraternity with 
a prospective pledge. 



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FIRST ROW: Dona Shroyer, Sharon Phoenix, Mary Sand, Second Vice-President; Phyllis Phoenix, First Vice-President; Cheryl 
Gray, President; Erma Hall, Treasurer; Judy Thatch, Diane Whitney, Pat Hillers. SECOND ROW: Mary Jones, Pat McCune, 
Wanda Cox, Pat Bird, Beverly Burgess, Judy Tritsch, Dorothy Zaiger, Jo' Ann Fabro, Jean Kobashigawa, Doris Schreiner, Judy 
Huitt. THIRD ROW: Lana Babcock, Nancy Boyd, Carolyn Lefgren, Jean Slykhuis, Marilyn Agre, Margo Dath, Sharon Schmidt, 
Barbara Olson, Linda Jones, Clara Hainline, Judy Lee. 



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A review by Mary Kay 
Kuhn of Ian Fleming's You 
Only Live Twice was the 
target for discussion at Book 
Club's first meeting. It began 
and was representative of the 
following reviews that stimu- 
lated an interest in and -criti- 
cal analysis of new and popu- 
lar literature. 

Mike Knepper reported on 
The Tin Drum by Gunter 
Grass. At a Christmas party 
that was held at the home 
of Mrs. Harry Sheetz, one 
of the sponsors, Charlotte De- 
Somma gave a review of Eric 
Matson by Norman Katkov. 
Other monthly meetings were 
held in the Gold Room of the 
J. W. Jones Union Building. 



FIRST ROW: Carita Culmer, Dorothy Ray, Charlotte DeSomma, Secretary; Mary Kuhn, Presi- 
dent; Mike Knepper, Vice-President; Marge MacDonald, Jurel Jackson. SECOND ROW: Norma 
Burton, Donna Parks, Lorraine Schultz, Donna Davis, Shirley Maxwell, Nancy Wayman, Ruth 
Severson, Paula Evans. THIRD ROW: Frank Grube, Sponsor; Mary Potter, Gloria Lewis, Bar- 
bara Brown, Dianna Brown, Ruth Kennedy, Mary Kennedy, Mary Jo Bruett. FOURTH ROW: 
Wava Tackett, Barbara Sharp, Robert Baker, James Polsley, Coreen Rohrberg, Geraldine Mur- 
phy, Lynda Queen, Roberta Duffett. 



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KAPPA PI 




FIRST ROW: Nancy Bruggeman, Carolyn Wiltshire, Jean Slykhuis, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Donald 
Robertson, Sponsor; Doug Taylor, Vice-President; Darwin Hensley, President; Terry Stoner, Robert 
Sunkel, Sponsor. 



DANCE CLUB 




FIRST ROW: Sherry Bollinger, President; Tegwin Dyer, Sponsor; Ina O'Riley, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Karenann Falk. SECOND ROW: Cathy Bohling, Judy Sager, Carita Culmer, Mary Murphy, Mary Hil- 
ger. THIRD ROW: Judy Hyder, Linda Drummond, Sue Cisco, Diane Collins, Virginia Neidt, Nancy 
Marsh. 



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DRAMA CLUB 



The members of Drama 
Club, working in all aspects 
of play production, helped 
build scenery and apply 
make-up, worked on the 
technical crew, and were 
cast members of each pro- 
duction. 

Fourteen members were 
cast in "The Crucible". 
Other members took part in 
the Christmas play and "Be- 
hold This Dreamer". An eve- 
ning of one act plays, which 
were directed by students, 
and "Le Misanthrope" were 
presented in the spring. 







FIRST ROW: Mr. Kerry Lafferty, Sponsor; Pete Pearson, Vice-President; David Shestak, Presi- 
dent; Ruth Martin, Secretary-Treasurer; Mina Halliday. SECOND ROW: Lynda Bahler, Linda 
Brinton, Cheryl Reineke, Lynda Queen, Suzanne Saale. THIRD ROW: Nshan Erganian, Craig 
Prater, Leonard Anderson, Carolyn Wineinger, Phil Reser. 



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The Kappa Sigma cast of Alpha 
Psi Omega, national honorary fra- 
ternity, conferred honorary mem- 
berships on President and Mrs. J. 
W. Jones at the Spring formal initi- 
ation after a matinee performance 
of "The Man." The main project of 
the fraternity was the spring play, 
the proceeds of which were contrib- 
uted to the loan fund. This year's 
play was "Critics Choice" by Ira 
Levin. 

Each year after the Spring initi- 
ation, the fraternity elects two stu- 
dents to be honored. Last year Norm 
Wilcox received the best acting 
award and Ken Price was recog- 
nized for best service. 



FIRST ROW: Carolyn Enis, President; Doris Wilson. SECOND ROW: Judy 
McGinnis, Ken Price, Eddielea Roe. 



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Forensics and Pi Kappa Delta 
students, coached by sponsors 
George Hinshaw and Jerry Winsor, 
enjoyed a challenging and reward- 
ing season comprised of many de- 
bate and speaking tournaments. 

In December NWMSC's seventh 
annual Nodaway Valley Speech 
Tournament was held with other 
college squads competing in the 
divisions of debate, extempore 
speaking, and oral interpretation. 

Some of the tournaments for the 
year were held with Kansas State 
University, University of Omaha, 
Bradley University, Rockhurst Col- 
lege, Northeast Missouri State Col- 
lege, Nebraska State Teachers Col- 
lege, Illinois State University, 
William Jewell, and University of 
Nebraska. The state tournament 
was held at Warrensburg and the 
National Pi Kappa Delta tourna- 
ment was in Washington. 




FIRST ROW: Jerry Winsor, Sponsor; Ethelee Osborn, Charla Albertson, Lynda Queen, Secretary; 
George Hinshaw, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Elbert Black, Vance Coleman, David Wasserfallen, 
Keith Augustine, Galen Buckey, Sharon Carter. 



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FIRST ROW: Ruth Miller, Sponsor; John Smay, Sponsor; Lana Babcock, Secretary-Treasurer; Sharon Bolin, President; Pat Mar- 
tin, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Patricia Lininger, Pat Brown, Sharon Johnston, Edwin Roberts, Larry Rawlins, Rose Adams. 
THIRD ROW: Susan McConkey, Lois Eisner, Barbara Knox, Jane Mason, Edward Trecek, Charlotte Watson. FOURTH ROW: 
Millard Smith, Harold Hascall, Tom Lupardus, Jerry Cooper, Rickey Steckelberg, Larry Benton. 



MADRIGAL 




FIRST ROW: Jane LaMar, Dorothy Deardorf, Georgia Butterworth, Mary Jones, Sheryl Flippin. SEC- 
OND ROW: Donald Coulter, Larry Hanon, Gilbert Whitney, Director; Mike Combs, Gene Black. 



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FIRST ROW: Meredith Manning, Norma Thompson, 
Linda Ware, Martha Clothier, Barbara Knox, Presi- 
dent; Virginia Goodwillie, Barbara Laur, Cathy 
Baumli, Deanne Thomsen, Charla Albertson, Sherry 
Bollinger, Byron Mitchell, Director. SECOND ROW: 
Mary Jones, Rose Adams, Donna Beesley, Lynda 
Bahler, Lois Eisner, Jane Mason, Karen Wilson, 
Marsha Stevenson, Sharon Johnston, Pat Brown. 
THIRD ROW: James Graves, Kenneth Greiner, 
David Taylor, Elbert Black, Dick Harover, Dave 
Parr, Mickey Pierce, Bill White, Mike Combs, Ed- 
ward Trecek, Larry Hanon. FOURTH ROW: Larry 
Saxton, Kenneth Suetterlin, Ron Burson, Thor Mc- 
Millen, James Coleman, Jim Vanfossan, Jerry 
Cooper, Harold Hascall, Marland Gammon, Bob 
Huesgen, Larry Roth. 



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FIRST ROW: Rowena Husted, Reporter; 
Rochelle Burton, Eileen McCartney, Secre- 
tary; Karen Leonard, Jacqueline Greeno, 
Carol Crawford, Virginia Mauer, Janie 
Sawyer, Patricia Brooner, Charla Albert- 
son, President; Sharon Johnston, Pat Brown, 
Lynn Schiller, Patti Tarwater, Sharon 
Whitehead. SECOND ROW: Gilbert Whit- 
ney, Norma Thompson, Judy Smith, Cyn- 
thia Kelly, Betty Arnold, Nancy Marsh, 
Gay Snethen, Donna Ring, Carol Bailey, 
Susan Cisco, Diana Collins, Sherry Bollin- 
ger, Joan Marek, Carol Young, Gayle Brad- 
field. THIRD ROW: Pat Walker, Carla 
Baughman, Sidney Grote, Karen Lease, Kay 
Rogers, Roger Hartley, Connie Younger, 
Rickey Steckelberg, Vice-President; Glenn 
Morrow, Sharon Jackson, Diana Wiley, 
Adrienne Spangler, Marlene Urban, Barbara 
Zehr, Colleen Nelson, Ella Macrander. 
FOURTH ROW: Nancy Renken, Barbara 
Castor, Lyle Fleshner, Edward Rogers, Stan 
Sibley, Marvin Kading, Helen Harmon, 
Nancy Evans, Lana Babcock, Donna Mullins, 
Janet Fast, Charlotte Watson, Marilyn 
Frandsen, Mary Skillman, Karen Krell. 



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FIRST ROW: Dinah Owen 
Eldonna Kariker, Carol Wil- 
son. SECOND ROW: John 
Flora, Delores Killion, Carol 
Cunningham, Larry Rawlins, 
Pat Martin, Bob Patience, 
Karenann Falk. THIRD 
ROW: Nancy Buggeman, 
Rick Steckelburg, Pat Brown, 
Ruth Severson, Judy Sager, 
Patricia Moser, Rose Adams, 
Geari Engelmann, Linda Wal- 
ter, Ken Suetterlin, Charlotte 
Watson, Judy Boe. 



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The NWMSC Marching Band spends many hours practicing precision drills. 




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CERTI BAND 




FOURTH ROW: Ramona 
Kinder, Jim Carmichael, Tom 
Harvey, Dennis Martin, Carol 
Young, Carol Workman, 
Barry Martin, Don Morten- 
son, Doug Jackson, Richard 
Peterson, Steve Wilhoit, Paul 
O'Connor, Linda Younger, 
Ron Newberry. FIFTH ROW: 
Millard Smith, Karl Baxter, 
Nancy Boyd, Donna Foley, 
Dennis Hukill, Carol Tyler. 



Drum majors for NWMSC's Marching Band 
are Ron Burson and David Taylor. 




Karenann Falk, Pat Sweney, Rita Sharp, Mary Hilger, and Carol Workman are 
majorettes for the band. 




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JAZZ BAND 




FIRST ROW: Jim Jeter, Jim Corbett, Connie Younger, Rickey Steckleberg, Larry Rawlins, Larry Benton, Ron Burson, Jerry 
Cooper, Dave Taylor, Larry Cook, Gary Curtis. SECOND ROW: Steve Dempsey, Gary Veylupek, Erwin Meadows, Richard Peter- 
son, Barry Martin, Bob Foster, Bob Williams. PIANIST: Ed Trecek. DIRECTOR: Mr. Earle Moss. 






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UNDER-GRADS 







Carol Workman, a junior music major, is shown with her in- 
structor, Mrs. Mary Jane Sandford, as they rehearse for try- 
outs for the Jefferson City Symphony Orchestra. Carol is the 
first to represent NWMSC in a contest of this type. 



FIRST ROW: Rose Adams, Diana Wiley, Reanne Johnston, 
Sharon Johnston. SECOND ROW: Ken Greiner, Larry Raw- 
lins, Dick Harover. THIRD ROW: Thor McMillan, Tom 
Lupardus. 



ORCHESTRA 




FIRST ROW: Jane Mason, Carol Workman, Rose Adams, Patricia Martin, Barry Martin, Barbara Knox, Dave Taylor. 
SECOND ROW: Susan McConkey, Charlotte Watson, Dr. Donald Sandford, Director; Lois Eisner, Mary Jones, Kenneth Harlan, 
Edwin Roberts. 



PIANO REPERTOffiE 




FIRST ROW: Jane LaMar; Carol Workman, Vice-President; Patricia Lininger, President; Patricia 
Martin. SECOND ROW: Marlene Urban, Edwin Roberts, Dennis Martin, Sherry Bollinger, Michael 
Combs, Marjorie Mathewson. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Watson, Ed Trecek, Rickey Steckelberg, Rich- 
ard Smetana, Mrs. Donald Sandford, Sponsor. 



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FIRST ROW: Mary Kruger, Lynnette Bradfield, Judy Sunderman, Mary Mather, Glenda Bright, Sharon 
McElwain, Martha Klever. SECOND ROW: Suecilla Adwell, Beverly Burgess, Sheryl Gift, Vicki 
Carothers, Harriett Hill, Karole Knapp. THIRD ROW: Karen Mills, Linda Janson, Karla Bright, Emily 
Nevitt, Loren Burkhalter, Carolyn Kempton, Patricia Slaybaugh. 




FIRST ROW: Neva Ross, Sponsor; Kathryn McKee, Sponsor; Nancy McHenry, Alice Akers, Vice-President; 
Barb Briggs, President; Cheryl Gray, Secretary, Linda Strachan, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Karen Krell, 
Lynn Scheller, Rochelle Burton, Leila Douglas, Joyce Jeanblanc, Judy St. Peter, Kathy Carlson, Becky Miller. 
THIRD ROW: Glenda McCoy, Jan Courtin, Sharon Phoenix, Judy Salfrank, Elizabeth Baker, Laura Lowther, 
Marna Gault. FOURTH ROW: Paula Zimmerman, Janice Klaehn, Annette Cushing, Ethelee Osbom, Eileen 
Ross, Kathy Miller, Karen Jorgensen, Sandy Yaple. 



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STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




FIRST KOW: Dr. Wanda Walker, Sponsor; Cheryl Gray, Phyllis Phoenix, Secretary; Nancy Boyd, Coreen Rohrberg, Reporter; 
Keith Lambertsen, President; Joann Lambertsen, Sharon Schmidt, Treasurer; Martha Klever, Sandy Yaple, Mary Mast, Vice-Presi- 
dent. SECOND ROW: Kay Elder, Doris Schreiner, Donna Parks, Jean Kobashigawa, DeAnn Bowers, Judy St. Peter, Barb Briggs, 
Jan Courtin, Glenda McCoy, Barbara Morehouse, Janet Quinn, Barbara Spencer, Kathy Riddle. THIRD ROW: Pat Furlong, JoAnn 
Voyce, Mary Murphy, Kathy Lockridge, Eileen McCartney, Carol Crawford, Joyce Jeanblanc, Paula Modrell, Paula Zimmerman, 
Dorothy Zaiger. FOURTH ROW: Pam Jones, Wava Tackett, Norma Martin, Ruth Price, Chloe Johnson, Marilyn Agre, Linda 
Jones, Christena Poole, Sue Oberhelman, Karen Barker, Karole Knapp, Joan Gillespie. FIFTH ROW: Jill Richard, Michael Forbes, 
Patricia Slaybaugh, Edwin Spire, Carole Posler, Terry Chadwick, Patrick McLear, Russell McCampbell, Phil Murrell, Linda Janson, 
Donna Mullins, Carolyn Kempton. 




FIRST ROW: Linda Shafer, JoAnn Fender, Laura Lowther, Mary Bruett, Eizabeth Baker, Glenda Bright, Mary Miller, Linda 
£fL 01 i' n , ? McCloney, RoAnne Godsey, Margaret Richards. SECOND ROW: Dowell Kearney, Leila Douglas, Diane Kramer, 
JUnelee Usborn, Twila Halter, Pat Jones, Sharon Phoenix, Rose Adams, Linda Harrison, Judy Brown. THIRD ROW: Charlotte 
Watson, Vonna Morris^ Judy Nelson, Judy Kerns, Gloria Erb, Harriett Hill, Barbara Knox, Larry Rawlins, Mary Mather, Lynn- 
ette Bradiield. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Nugent, Lavonne Osborn, Mary Kuhn, Patty Gilley, Nancy McHenry, Loren Burkhalter, 
Dianne Petersen, Diane Clark, Ray Reynolds, Nancy Renken. FIFTH ROW: Margaret Hall, Gary Graves, Kent Wheeler, Marvin 
Bowen, Sandra Jacobs, Emily Nevitt, Vicki Carothers, Beverly Burgess, Ernest Howard. 



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Sue Wagers, Judy Sager, Kathy Bogdas, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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FIRST ROW: Gerri Tipton, Kathy Bogdas, Mary Hilger, Second Vice-President; Roberta Sealing, Secretary; Judy Wolverton, 
President; Karenann Falk, First Vice-President; Joan Lynch, Treasurer; Pam McCarty, Jan Nauroth. SECOND ROW: Nancy 
Brown, Beverly Sheetz, Melinda Bauman, Janice Miller, Cheryl Cain, Susan Hixson, Bobbi McMinemee, Carolyn Wible, Christie Beal, 
Pat Noah, Judy Sager, Carol Wolverton. THIRD ROW: Beverly McKenzie, Rosalie Guyer, Nancy Magee, Cathy Bohling, Barb 
Nelson, Jan Merrill, Kerry Henry, Virginia Neidt, Linda Davis, Pat Teegarden, Jane Stoner, Barbara Chick, Sandra Herzog, 
Linda Greenwood, Peggy Wright. FOURTH ROW: Lucille Mullenax, Bonnie Johnson, Jan Gray, Elaine Murray, Judy Gahm, 
Judy Claycomb, Sharon Hankins, Vicki Ruble, Janice Rowe, Mary Moyle, Joyce Huffman, Phyllis Smith, Sue Oberhelman, Mary 
Koros, Sandra Simons, Gano Whetstone. FIFTH ROW: Joyce McQuerrey, Kathy Seifert, Sue Wagers, Beth Blackwell, Deloris Carr, 
Helen Harmon, Sandra Eckhoff, Kathy Schlichting, Elaine Buerkens, Marjorie Wharff, Denese Elliott, Sandi Selvig, Kathy Smith, 
Ina O'Riley, Judy Hyder, Linda Drummond, Joleene Larimore. 






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FIRST ROW: Mary Sharp, Sharon Schmidt, Carol Wallace, James Hurst, Berndt Angman, Philip Kausch, Floyd Barrows, 
Duane Fischer. SECOND ROW: Dolores Brannan, Patricia Hill, Dorothy Zaiger, Kathy Riddle, Linda Hopkins, Pam Jones, 
Pat Jones, Ruth Kennedy, Mary Kennedy, Judy Meyer. THIRD ROW: Mike Piper, Charlene Sales, Mary Burger, Marjorie 
Hitchcock, Thomas Tyliski, Joe Zimmerman, David Binter, Lynette Dennis, Earlene Ijams, Diane Kramer, Dwight Wilcox. 
FOURTH ROW: Bruce Falk, Del Phipps, Harvey Becher, Neil Chaput, John DeLong, Leroy King, Michael Humphrey, Gary 
Tietz, Jim Schelling, Sheldon Spector. FIFTH ROW: Tim Darr, Bob Cotter, Bill Klein, Dave Schnell, Rod Quigley, Jerry 
Downing, Jim Thompson, Darwin Bears, Mike Fieseler, Mike Redmond, Jim Lawler. 




FIRST ROW: Robert Baker, John Harr, Sponsor; Dean Schantz, Vice-President; Marlys Snyder, Secretary; Tom O'Neill, 
President; James Lowe, Calvin Widger, Tom Trainer. SECOND ROW: Doris Schreiner, Cheryl Dowden, Marilyn Ruddell, 
Karen Barker, Diane Seipel, Jill Richard, Linda Hunter, Dorothy Ray, Millie Cockrill, Ethelee Osborn. THIRD ROW: Ron- 
ald Fitch, Lonna Newman, Norma Martin, Shirley Ingels, Shirley Moore, Sue Oberhelman, Joan Graves, Kathi McClintic, 
Judy Steinfeld, Donna Friend. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Holbrook, Lyle Olson, Galen Buckey, Jerry Alwood, Doug Taylor, 
Louis Carper, David Gardner, Roy Pendleton, Carl Manger, Jim Solar. FIFTH ROW: Harvey Christie, Mike Spolar, John 
Wolfe, Patrick McLear, George Esler, James Hall, George Garcia, Dick Hansen, Tom Owens, Brant Downey, Russell Mc- 
Campbell, Robert Williams. 



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Becher, President; Dianna Brown, Secretary-Treasurer; James Lowe, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Dolores 
Brannan, Cheryl Dowden, Marilyn Ruddell, Connie Davis, Millie Cockrill, JoAnn Voyce, Mary Murphy, Eileen 
McCartney. THIRD ROW: Jurel Jackson, Mark Knott, Ruth Price, Dennis Gates, Mike Redmond, Dona Har- 
desty, Carl Manger, Carita Culmer, Ronald Fitch. FOURTH ROW: Bob Cotter, Larry Phillips, Tom O'Neill, 
Victor Ellison, Jim Thompson, Patrick McLear, Normal Howlett, David Gardner. FIFTH ROW: Junior Cour- 
ter, John Wolfe, Charles Kilpatrick, Bill Eckles, George Garcia, George Esler, Harvey Christie. 



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FIRST RQW: Edward Schroeder, Treasurer; Donna Davis, Secretary; Bob Freeman, Chairman; Randy Barlow, 
Vice-Chairman; Berndt Angman, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mary Elliott, Rozanne Almquist, Dorothy Ray, 
Jim McCallister, Mark Foster, Mike Piper. THIRD ROW: James Reser, Martin Peterson, Robert Baker, John 
Whitcomb, Bruce Falk, Edward Reeder, Donald Brader. FOURTH ROW: Bob Arnold, Tom Dunn, Robert 
Stewart, Harold Hascall, Dean Trauger, Alvin Stewart. FIFTH ROW: Leroy King, Richard Jones, Mike 
Abilotrup, James Hall, Mike Bobst, Meredith Gierstad, Tom Owens. 



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FIRST ROW: Darlene Guest, Treasurer; Georgia Linville, President; Carolyn Smith, Vice-President; 
Jane Shaver, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Dena McKee, Patsy Shepherd, Judy Veylupek, Martha Klinz- 
man, Kathy Lockridge. 



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FIRST ROW: Sharon Riley, Jo Ann Fender, Connie Waldeier, Joyce Riddell, Linda Chappell, Treasurer; Melanie Eisiminger, 
President; Zeta Combs, Vice-President; Margaret Mock, Secretary; Kathryn Johnson, Patricia Sweney, Cheryle Kerns. SECOND 
ROW: Barbara Morehouse, Carlene Young, Paula Modrell, Elaine Frame, Judy Clymens, Jelane Sadler, Marjorie Joesting, Marvel 
Anderson, Marlene Duffield, Judy LaMar, Jennifer Milligan, Linda VanFosson. THIRD ROW: Connie Freeman, Peggy Miller, 
Jeanne Fletcher, Linda Wolf, Beverly Greener, Juanita Forret, Maribeth Annan, Donna McClain, 'Beth Bohnenkamp, Sandra 
Curphey, Cynthia Baker, Sandra Reid. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Dick, Roberta Dague, Nancy Fuller, Marsha Stevenson, Karen 
Brady, Eileen Pedersen, Eleanor Johnson, Shirley Lager, Linda Noe, Davetta Duke, Paula Hauber, Clara Stoll. FIFTH ROW: 
Jo Ann Montgomery, Kay Holden, Becky Taylor, Phyllis Brown, Sheila Schieber, Donna Mills, Sandra Jacobs, Judy Gardner, 
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FIRST ROW: Mrs. Tracy (Lorraine) Bryan, Mrs. Bill (Janet) Haag, Secretary; Mrs. Pete (Gloria) West, President; 
Mrs. Warren (Sandy) Mitchell, Vice-President; Mrs. Richard (Juda) Saemisch, Treasurer; Mrs. Harley (Eleanor) 
Johnson, Mrs. James Middleton, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Gerald (Diane) Casey, Mrs. Roger (Jane) Bell, Mrs. 
Harvey (Joann) Becher, Mrs. Darwin (Mary) Hensley, Mrs. Michl (Karen) Fieseler, Mrs. Frank (Sandi) Teale, Mrs. 
Joe (Barb) Belt, Mrs. Larry (Dorothy) Brandt, Mrs. Jesse (Elaine) Everhart. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Dennis (Minnie) 
Karsten, Mrs. Jerry (Hannelore) Taylor, Mrs. Ron (Gail) Merritt, Mrs. Gary (Judy) Sherlock, Mrs. Ray (Linda) 
Hischke, Mrs. Vernon (Lois) Clemens, Mrs. Daryl (Roxanne) Brager, Mrs. Thomas (Mary) Hummel, Mrs. Charles 
(Mary) Ferguson. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Max (Gayle) Hull, Mrs. Lynn (Clarice) Greiner, Mrs. Robert (Louise) 
Reasoner, Mrs. Dennis (Sharon) Gates, Mrs. John (Doralyn) Dickerson, Mrs. John (Judy) Johnson, Mrs. Randall 
(Sue) Wolcott, Mrs. Dick (Nancy) Hansen, Mrs. Jerald (Lee) Stroebele. 










The year 1964 was the first for the 
Student Wives Organization on the MSC 
campus. The purpose of this newly es- 
tablished group is to become acquainted 
with other married students and share 
their problems and activities. The spirit 
of the organization is that of individual 
responsibility toward, and cooperative 
support of, the college community. 

The highlights of the year were the 
Christmas party, complete with Santa 
Clause and carols, and a program by 
Mrs. Gweldon Long on "The Role of the 
Young Wife in the Community and the 
Role of the Jay Cees in the Community." 
At Thanksgiving the organization col- 
lected a basket of foodstuffs, which was 
presented to the Social Welfare Office 
in the name of the organization. Pro- 
grams dealing with child care and mar- 
ital relations were presented; several 
fund-raising projects were initiated and 
a spring picnic was held to honor grad- 
uating student wives and husbands. 
Groups, including crafts, exercises, knit- 
ting, bridge, and cake decorating, were 
taught by members of the organization. 



The first meeting for the Student Wives was a potluck supper that was enjoyed by 
approximately 45 wives. 



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FIRST ROW: Elaine Walker, Jane Schultz, Vice-President; Diane Kinker, President; Shirley Sunder- 
mann, Treasurer; Sandra Bender, Seretary. SECOND ROW: Grace Foland, Geraldine Murphy, Donna 
Treese, Judy Walker, Sharon Elwick. THIRD ROW: Edward Browning, Sponsor; Marvin Bowden, 
Carole Zahnd, Sponsor. 



PI BETA ALPHA 




FIRST ROW: Glenn West, Vice-President; Warren Mitchell, President; Richard Borchardt, Treasurer; 
Stan Wilson, Secretary and Reporter; Edward Browning, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Dennis Duffield, 
Dan Broyles, Bill Casady, Tom Dunn, Bob Freeman, Ernest Howard. THIRD ROW: Thomas Lynch, 
Bob Nordstrum, Harlan Halsne, Bob Arnold, Arthur Treu, Richard Petersen, Raymond Brady. 
FOURTH ROW : John Johnson, Dick Fry, Dennis Forke, Ewart Burch, Roger Bell, Larry Duke, Gary 
Pritchard. 



Pi Beta Alpha, a_ fraternity for 
business majors of minors, com- 
pleted its second full year on cam- 
pus with much enthusiasm. During 
the past year, members received an 
insight into many business profes- 
sions through talks and programs 
presented by local and visiting 
businessmen. Field trips, films, and 
panel discussions were also used to 
supplement the educational pro- 
gram in order to fulfill the objec- 
tives of the organization. 

Early in the fall semester, a 
smoker was held to introduce pros- 
pective members to the fraternity. 
Money-earning projects of Pi Beta 
Alpha included working to set up 
the Homecoming and Tower dances. 



VETERANS' CLUB 



The Veterans' "Club began the year 
with the production of a Homecoming bro- 
chure, which included a complete listing of 
the weekend events, queen candidates, and 
parade order. 

The decision allowing Veteran's Club 
members to become associate members of 
the American Legion opened new social 
areas, including use of American Legion 
facilities. Besides their two regular meet- 
ings, the group also sponsored a steak din- 
ner for members and dates. 

The annual safety campaign included 
posters on many bulletin boards, and the 
group also began a program for support of 
financial legislation for ex-servicemen. 




Roger Bell and Alvin Stewart begin the annual Veterans' 
safety campaign. 



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FIRST ROW: Gerald Medsker, Secretary; Ross Surphlis, Sponsor; Bruce Mather, First Vice-President; Dr. Leon Miller, 
Sponsor; Roger Bell, President; Jerry Taylor, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Alvin Stewart, Second Vice-President; Rich- 
ard Nash, Gary Lilley, Mike Spolar, Larry Frizell,-Bill Pierce, Roger Mackey. 



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AGRICULTURE CLUB 




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FIRST ROW: F. B. Houghton, Sponsor; Bill Tadlock, Treasurer; Steve Christensen, Vice-President; Herb Townsend, Pres- 
ident; David Mackey, Loray Skoglund, Secretary; Ken Woolsey. SECOND ROW: Larry Dannar, David Seat, Russell 
Davidson, Wayne Hartman, Ron Anderson, Dennis Ford, Dean Bovaird, Beric Steinman. THIRD. ROW: Robert Hard- 
wick, Darryl Ldwrey. Fred Messner, Harley Johnson, Larry Oder, Richard Koch. J. O. Eivins. 






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INDUSTRIAL ARTS BUILDING 




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INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 




FIRST ROW: Ethelee Osborn, Gregory Thacker, Marilynn Hallgren, Secretary-Treasurer; Jim Hawkins, Presi- 
dent; Roger Home, Vice-President; Tom Przybylski, Donld Beck. SECOND ROW: Edwin Spire, Gene Beck, 
Dennis Duffield, Garry Richardson, George Mcintosh, Gary Tracy, Richard Buchanan, Dennis Brinton. THIRD'. 
ROW: Mike Fieseler, Ray Briscoe, Walter Cobb, Robert Walker, Robert Carlton, Kenneth Lowry, Howard 
Miller. FOURTH ROW: Lee Weir, Sponsor; Jim Cline, Glen Stenzel, Ewart Burch, Willis Madison, Jerry 
Kelley, Robert Evans, David Crozier, Sponsor. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Burtnett, Lonnie Lee, David Wasserf alien, 
Joe Logan, Fritz Oeser, Herbert Bell, Gary Rowland. 



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FIRST ROW: Burdette Bond, Paul Watson, Bill Tadlock, Loray Skoglund, Alvin Stewart, Larry Roth, Herb Townsend. SEC- 
OND ROW: Ernie. Talarico, John Hull, Donald Hall, Delbert Christensen, Roger Cornett, Charles Ferguson, Donnie Bryan, Bill 
Spurgeon. THIRD ROW: Donald Valk, Sponsor; LeRoy Crist, Sponsor; Jerry Myrtue, Richard Saemisch, Marvin Duckworth, 
Larry Oder, Richard Kullbom, Richard Seipel, Kenneth Thompson, Sponsor. FOURTH ROW: D. M. Froelich, Michael Mur- 
phy, Fred Messner, Wayne Hartman, Stan Stillwagon, Jerry Hagg, Charles Summers, Mick Thompson. Eddie Forney, How- 
ard Ringold. 



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WOMEN'S DORMITORIES 




Mary Kuhn, Donna Beesley, Judy McClintock, Gloria Lewis, and Trish Schuckenbrock enjoy the atmosphere of 
Roberta Hall lounge while they hold a folk-singing session. 



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FIRST ROW: Mary Mather, Second Vice-President; Carol Wallace, Third Vice-President; Sandy Herzog, Presi- 
dent- Mary Meyer, First Vice-President. SECOND ROW: De Ann Bowers, Jane Couch, Recording Secretary; 
Sharon McElwain, Treasurer; Joyce Riddell, Diane Pascal, Karol Kooker. 



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ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS 




FIRST ROW: Cheryl Cain, Barbara Morehouse, Dell Shierk, Kay Elder, Karen Krell, Linda Prior. SECOND 
ROW: Judy Sheehan, Paula Zimmerman, Sheryl Rich, Dorothy Hardyman, Ruth Martin, Barbara Brown, 
Kathleen Irvin. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Kading, Janice Klaehn, Judy Sunderman, Rita Xanders, Mary Kruger, 
Judy Palumbo, Suecilla Adwell. FOURTH ROW: Janet Salfrank, Gloria Erb, Marsha Banes, Pamela Andes, 
Patricia Groomer, Nancy Johnson, Clara Stoll. 



TOWN GIRLS' COUNCIL 




FIRST ROW: Carol Wallace, President; Patricia Brooner, Treasurer; Judy Clymens, Vice-President; Judy 
LaMar, Secretary; Barbara Morehouse. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Goldner, Kay Coleman, Jane LaMar, 
Mary Nelson, Sue McKee, Linda Nielson. THIRD ROW: Nancy Lesher, Carolyn Smith, Ina O'Riley, Nola 
Helzer, Billie Logan, Judy Hyder. 



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ROBERTA HALL COUNSELORS 




FIRST ROW: Patricia Slaybaugh, Karla Bright, Mary Chappell, Judy Huitt. SECOND ROW: Margaret Wire, 
Director; Sandra Jacobs, Emily Nevitt. 

ROBERTA HALL DORM COUNCIL 




FIRST ROW: Barbara Selby, Treasurer; Shirley Moore, President; Margaret Wire, Director; Sandy Rob- 
inson, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Judy Wolverton, Lynnette Bradfield, Sue Miller, Dianna Brown. 



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PERRIN HALL COUNSELORS 




FIRST ROW: Pat Martin, Grace Foland, Sandy Burger, Doris Schreiner. SECOND ROW: Martha Kle- 
ver, Louise Hammond, Alice Akers, Helen LaHue, Director; Joyce Huffman. 



PERRIN HALL DORM COUNCIL 
















FIRST ROW: Kathy Miller, President; Karen Mills, Secretary; Helen LaHue, Director; Nancy Timber- 
lake, Treasurer; Patricia McCune, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Donna Hawley, Sandra Jennings, Pat 
Lindstrom, Sharon Laumann, Joan Gillespie, Meredith Manning. 



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HUDSON HALL COUNSELORS 




FIRST ROW: Linda Strachan, Barbara Knox, Carolee Smith, Judy Salfrank, Dorothy Hildebrand, Direc- 
tor. SECOND ROW: Kathy Carlson, DeAnn Bowers, Lorna Pierpoint, Karen Jorgensen, Peggy McElfish, 
Carol Crawford. THIRD ROW: Jane Couch, Sharon Wood, Nancy Boyd, Rosemarie Cochran, Eunice Curd, 
Jeannie Owen. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Smith, Norma Buffington, Barbara Olson, Phyllis Brown, Carole 
Cunningham, Jill Richard. 



HUDSON HALL DORM COUNCIL 




FIRST ROW: Peggy Miller, Vice-President; Cindy Darnell, Treasurer; Marjorie Wharff, President; 
Billie Phillips, Secretary; Dorothy Hildebrand, Director. SECOND ROW: Sandra Young, Kathryn John- 
son, Colleen Nelson, Maribeth Annan, Kathleen Dooley, Pat Newbrough. THIRD ROW: Mary Potter, 
Joycg Edwards, Dowell Kearney, Vicki Ruble, Sharon Carter, Kathy Griffin, Pam McCarty. FOURTH 
ROW: Julie Le Valley, Rebecca Wright, Anita Couch, Karen Lease, Kathryn Seabaugh, Diane Collins, 
Charlene Hunt, Pamela Gray. 



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MENS RESIDENCE HALLS' COUNCIL 




FIRST ROW: Bruce Wake, Director; Marshall Dann, Leonard Hughes, Dennis Ford, Bill Wirt, David 
Neustadt, James Rollins, Jack Lasley, Dean of Men. SECOND ROW: Bob Lathrop, David Shestak, John 
Meredith, Steve Wilhoit, Bill Jacobs, Ken Keith, Steve Ford, Jack Lytle. 



MENS RESIDENCE HALLS' COUNSELORS 




FIRST ROW: Allan Jensen, Ernie Talarico, Harvey Hallum, Ron James, Ron Zwank, Doug Nord- 
strum. SECOND ROW: Bruce Wake, Director; Don Peterson, Bob Nordstrum, Ken Menke, John Hill, 
John Siehl. THIRD ROW: Charles Summers, Jack Lasley, Dean of Men; Kenneth Harlan, Jim Redd, 
James Freedline, Darwin Bears, Mike Armintrout. 



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RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS 






Reverend Neuman 



Rabbi Meyer 



Father Guillot 




Several book displays added interest 
to Religious Emphasis Week. 



Community Dancers 




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CATHOLIC NEWMAN CLUB 







FIRST ROW: Anna Gorsuch, Sponsor; Sheila Schieber, Mary McGuire, Vice-President; Jerry Knauss, President; Steve Neuroth, 
Treasurer; Charlotte DeSomme, Social Chairman; Reverend Lawrence Bossert, Chaplain. SECOND ROW: Karen Leonard, Dolores 
Brannan, Rita Farnan, Paula Modrell, Gerri Tipton, Carita Culmer, Mary Murphy. THIRD ROW: Judy Sheehan, Carol Roth, 
Kathleen Irvin, Kathy Boudewyns, Kathy Griffin, Carmelita Schmitz, Regina Nelson, Mary Pope. FOURTH ROW: John Craw- 
ford, Cathy Carlton, Vince Webb, Ron Murawski, Edwin Spire, Lois Gorocke, Clara Stoll. FIFTH ROW: Gary McFarland, Alfred 
Yackie, Raymond Brady, Bill Eckles, Dennis Moriarty, Lee Hays, Gerald Wissink, Michael Lichter. 







Lois Garreau, Mary McGuire, Jerry Knauss, and Reverend Law- 
rence Bossert represented Newman Club at the Organization Fair. 



Newman Club began a successful 
year by acquiring a house to make 
the official meeting center. During 
the' year, money-making activities 
were carried out for improvements 
and redecoration of the house. Pro- 
jects for these plans were a hoote- 
nanny, spaghetti dinner, and a 
dance. 

Periodical trips to Mt. Alverno 
and Conception Abbey for a day of 
recollection, business meetings after 
Sunday morning mass, and guest 
speakers from Conception Abbey, 
were regular events for the New- 
man Club members. 



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LIAHONA FELLOWSHIP 




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FIRST ROW: Reverend Paul Hansen, Sponsor; Marjorie Gould, Secretary-Treasurer; Irene Hawley, President; Mary 
Nelson, Vice-President, Neva Ross, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Sharon Whitehead, Susan Woodford, Linda Hopkins, 
Jean Slykhuis, Sharon Boyles, Zonia Burnett. THIRD ROW: Irene Hause, Sandra Froyd, Nola Helzer, Patricia Brooner, 
Eldonna Kariker, Linda Nielson, Charles Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Roland Hayden, Leonard Stephens, Gene Black, 
David Grimsley, Fritz Oeser, Bob Patience, Reporter. 



"The Dedicated Educated" was 
the theme around which the Lia- 
hona Fellowship of the Reorganized 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter 
Day Saints centered its activities. 
Areas of concentration were in serv- 
ice, study, worship, and recreation. 

Special highlights of the year for 
the members of Liahona Fellowship 
included : attending the Liahona 
Leadership Conference in Independ- 
ence, the location of the world head- 
quarters of the church ; sponsoring a 
retreat, with Apostle Duane Couey 
as guest speaker, for the students at 
Maryville, the St. Joseph Junior 
College students, and the members 
of Older Youth Service Corps of the 
church, and attending Handel's 
Messiah. 

Fun and fellowship were derived 
from the recreation meetings. All 
members joined in to participate in 
the hayrides, wiener roasts, and 
worship services. Work projects 
were the operation of a food stand 
at Homecoming and picking up 
corn. 




A hootenanny was enjoyed by the members of Liahona Fellowship 
who participated in the Fall Retreat. 



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WESLEY 







FIRST ROW: Karen Krell, Connie Freeman, Roberta Duffett, Pat Hillers, Lynn Scheller, Linda 
Lundquist, Judy Huitt. SECOND ROW: Susan McConkey, Margaret Hall, Donna Ring, Paul 
Watson, Jeannie McCormick, Carol Crawford, Avis Larson. THIRD ROW: Betty Arnold, Joyce 
Riddell, Sally Agre, Marilyn Agre, Cheri Phillips, Joetta Petree, Cheryl Christensen, Jane Schultz. 
FOURTH ROW: Lawrence Peterson, James Madison, Steve Christensen, Chris Filley, Hubert 
Cottle, Bill McKnight, Charles Elifrits. 




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FIRST ROW: Mary Jones, Secretary; Joe Zimmerman, Jan Courtin, Vice-President; Emily Nevitt, Frank Fisher, State 
Representative; Kathy Lockridge, President; Erma Hall, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Marjorie Hitchcock, Lynnette 
Bradf ield, Mary Mather, Larry White, Mary Nevitt, Mary Jo Bruett, Mary Mast, Patricia Lininger. THIRD ROW : Kay 
Burton, Jelane Sadler, Ruth Martin, Lois Eisner, Paula Hauber, Carolyn Riley, Judith Meyer, Dawn Abarr, Iris Hous- 
ton. FOURTH ROW: Marvel Anderson, Carol Bailey, Barbara Knox, Carole Cunningham, Donna Mullins, Helen 
Harmon, Pam Robison, Jill Richard, Martha Riddell, Judy Clymens. FIFTH ROW: Bruce Falk, Larry Kilmer, Jim 
Quinn, Willie Rissler, David Wasserfallen, Terry Chadwick, Normal Howlett, Steve Dempsey, Jim Scheer, Edd Scheer. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 




Plans are underway for the construction of the Wesley Foundation Student Center to be completed and in operation by 
the Fall of 1965. 








Reverend 

Raymond Gass 

Campus Minister 



Bob Schobert, Larry White, and Jan Courtin 
engage in a game of chess during recreation 
time of a Wesley meeting. 



The year 1964 revealed notable accom- 
plishments in the realm of fellowship, 
spiritual growth, study, and service for the 
members of Wesley Foundation. The theme 
"Biblical Faith and the Calling of the 
Church" was expressed in programs 
throughout the year and emphasized par- 
ticularly at the Eighth Quadrennial Con- 
ference of the Methodist Student Move- 
ment held at Lincoln, Nebraska. 

The year began with a rousing hoote- 
nanny and watermelon feed at the Wesley 
quarters. A ranch style Bar-B-Q was held 
at the Suess ranch where hikes, horseback 
riding, and touch football were among the 

events of the day. 

Homecoming was an outstanding event full of fellowship 
and fun. Again, Wesley can be proud of its contributions to the 
Homecoming activities. Included in these accomplishments 
were a first in house decorations and a third in the beauty 
float competition with "Gitchee Manitou — The Great Spirit." 
An exceptional accomplishment was the second place honor 
in the variety show. This was the first year Wesley has had 
an entry in the variety show. 

Special interest during the year also included the car- 
stuffing contest, Christmas caroling, a fund-raising banquet 
for area ministers and laymen, drama presentations, MSM 
annual spring conference at the Lake of the Ozarks, deputation 
teams, and many ecumenical activities, including trips to the 
Conception Abbey and a variety of religious centers in Kansas 
City. Probably, however, the most exciting highlight of the 
year was the final preparation for ground breaking of the new 
Wesley Student Center at the entrance of the campus. 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 




FIRST ROW: Carol Young, Donna Wolf, Mrs. Carole Zahnd, Sponsor; Linda Wolf, Sherrill Felt, Margery Baker, Joan 
Marek, Meta Adams. SECOND ROW : Merlin Jennings, Mary Lumm, Eileen Ross, Shirley Williams, Janice Lock, Sharon 
Mead, Cheryl Reineke, Linda Drummond, Judy Thatch. THIRD ROW: Eddie Smith, Merlyn Rees, Larry Rosenow, 
Charles Combs, Willis Madison, Robert Terry, Harold Hascall, Marshall Tonnies. FOURTH ROW: Jack Adkins, Loren 
Burkhalter, Robert Moore, Galen Buckey, David Seat. 









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FIRST ROW: Judy Snavely, Secretary; Charla Albertson, Vice-President; Fred Messner, President; Geary Engemann, 
Forrest Ohnesorge, Don Evans, Director; Gary Tomes, Linda Chappell, Sharon Elwick. SECOND ROW: Linda Enge- 
mann, Patricia Chambers, Jean Kobashigawa, Larry Dannar, Robert Evans, Patricia Walker, Phyllis Wolf, Judy Lee. 
THIRD ROW: Charlotte Nichols, Ruth DeLong, Kerry Honey, Denese Elliott, Kathi McClintic, Connie Rosier, Twila 
Wilson, Dowell Kearney, Cheryl Gray. 



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Th first student center owned and operated 
by a religious group on campus at NWMSC was 
dedicated on September 13, 1964. Dr. Earl 0. 
Harding, Executive Secretary for the Missouri 
Baptist Convention, gave the dedicatory address. 
Students who appeared on the program were Ken 
Bittiker, Fred Messner, President, and Robert L. 
Evans, student center host. 

The theme for this school year, "The Student 
in Worship," was carried out at the pre-school 
planning conference held at Big Lake State Park. 
October found the BSU concert choir traveling to 
the Missions Conference at Midwestern Baptist 
Theological Seminary at Kansas City to provide 
music for two of the sessions. An early spring 
tour was also made by the choir. 

A representative group of students traveled 
to St. Louis for the Fortieth Missouri Baptist 
Student Convention. Other highlights included 
the winning of third place in Homecoming house 
decorations with the theme of, "Pandora's Evils 
Out For Kirksville," opening mixer for freshmen, 
BSU, Roundup at Bauman Ranch, a caroling party 
at Christmas, a Spring formal banquet, and the 
annual track and field events day. Rev. and Mrs. 
Laverne Gregory, foreign missionaries from Costa 
Rica, visited the BSU for the second annual BSU 
Focus Week. BSU students attended Windermere 
Baptist Assembly located on the Lake of the 
Ozarks for their Spring Planning Leadership 
Conference. 



Mrs. Don Evans, Cheryl Gray, Judy Thatch, and Judy Lee 
show Reverend and Mrs. Melvin Hill, pastor of Xaura 
Street Baptist Church, through the newly dedicated Baptist 
Student Union. 




The Baptist Student Center extends a warm welcome to all NWMSC students. 



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LUTHERAN GAMMA DELTA 




FIRST ROW: Soren Sorensen, President; Kathy Smith, Treasurer, Reverend Norman Abbott, Advisor; 
Shirley Schafer, Secretary; Leland Aley, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Ivana Griffin, Pat Ehlers, 
Patricia Hansen, Marlus Paulsen, Betty Kelb, Marilyn Loots, Georgia Butterworth, Mary Kruger, Bonnie 
Johnson, Rochelle Burton. THIRD ROW: Carol Ristau, Susan Rogness, Julie Faulstich, John Iwen, Greg 
Ellison, Peggy Michel, Coreen Rohrberg, Kathryn Schlichting, Mary Maassen. 




The enrollment of many 
freshmen on NWMSC's cam- 
pus aided the Epsilon Lamb- 
da chapter of Gamma Delta 
in increasing its membership. 
Under the guidance of Rev- 
erend Norman Abbott, the 
group sponsor, a pledge 
training program was con- 
ducted to instruct new 
pledges in the work of Gam- 
ma Delta. 

Weekly meetings in the 
chapter room consisted of 
topic discussions, business 
meetings, and fellowship. 

Special activities of Gam- 
ma Delta were a Bar-B-Que 
welcoming new members, a 
Christmas supper with carol- 
ing afterwards, hayrides, 
and several bake sales. Co- 
lumbia, Missouri, was the 
site of a regional convention 
at which NWMSC Gamma 
Delta members were in at- 
tendance. 



Gamma Delta members enjoy one of their weekly study sessions under the leadership 
of Reverend Norman Abbott. 



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FIRST ROW: Elaine Sherman, Gary McCollough, President; Ken Keith, Vice-President; Sandra Slater, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Averill West, Campus Minister; Sherry Bollinger. SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Voyce, Elizabeth Baker, Janice 
Lillard, Sheryl Gift, Ruth Snodgrass, Trudy Dew, Mrs. Ted Weichinger, Sponsor; Mr. Ted Weichinger, Sponsor. 
THIRD ROW: Marilynn Hallgren, Mrs. Harvey White, Sponsor; Eileen McCartney, Karen Peters, Judy Sunderman, 
Charlene Hunt, Linda Hoffelmeyer, Linda Schneider. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Hanz White, Sponsor; Janet Jones, Linda 
Illingworth, Joanne Jones, Norma Simmons, Carol Krokstrom, Larry Neil, Roger Harris, Lloyd Boyer. FIFTH ROW : 
Roger Cornett, Don Poage, Mike Armintrout, Melvin Bix, Harold Poynter, Edwin Lambright, Karen Mills, Gary Dagley. 



The United Campus Christian Fellowship made its appearance 
on NWMSC's campus at the beginning of the 1964-65 year. This new 
organization functions as a church-related movement with the Dis- 
ciples of Christ, the Evangelical United Brethren Church, the United 
Church of Christ, the United Presbyterian Church, and the Moravian 
Church participating. U.C.C.F. exists for the purpose of helping the 
members of the academic community to carry out the mission of the 
Church in their campus life. 

A get-acquainted party for college freshmen began U.C.C.F.'s 
active year. Among the special scheduled events that followed this 
party was a talk by a Freedom Rider who had worked in Mississippi 
during the previous summer. At another time, Fred Messner, who 
was a summer missionary in Trinidad, gave a slide talk. Reverend 
H. Parr Armstrong showed slides and talked on world mission work. 
Don Corey, a minister at Liberty, Missouri, discussed "Religion on 
Campus." NWMSC faculty members in the U.C.C.F. program. Mr. 
James Johnson reviewed the book Black Like Me. "Psychology and 
Religion" was the topic of Dr. William Tackett's speech. A discus- 
sion followed the presentation of the film "Far From Alone," another 
special feature at a regular meeting. 

Other events of the year were a hayride and a folk singing 
party, a Christmas party and caroling, a swimming party, and a 
joint meeting with the Baptist Student Union. During the fall, four 
delegates attended the state U.C.C.F. Conference and reported on 
their trip at a regular meeting. The Lake of the Ozarks was the 
site for the Spring Retreat held in April. As a special service mem- 
bers aided in giving services at churches which have no ministers. 

The regular U.C.C.F. meetings were held every Sunday evening 
following a snack supper. Helping to make the program a success 
were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weichinger and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey White, 
sponsors. Averill West served as Campus Minister. 




The newly organized U. C. C. F. group meets to 
plan the program for the following year of activity 
and study. 



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UNION BOARD 



Under the leadership of Chairman Bob Dickey, the Union Board 
reached heights of achievement yet to be matched. Through the eleven 
committees on the Executive Council, many accomplishments were 
made in the programming of the social life at NWMSC, and many 
improvements were made in the Student Union Building itself. 

Many well-known bands and entertainers performed for student 
enjoyment through the work of the Assembly and Central Party 
Committees. The Central Party Committee along with the Decora- 
tions Committee planned the Back-to-School, Walk-Out Day, Christ- 
mas, Tower, and Spring Formal dances. All the den dances were 
planned and prepared by the Union Dance Committee. Television and 
Movies Committee scheduled and showed a movie each weekend. The 
Publications Committee was responsible for the weekly news article 
in the Northivest Missourian informing the campus of Union Board 
activities, with short bibliographical essays of the members of the 
Executive Council added. The Publicity Committee publicized all 
activities sponsored by Union Board. Through the efforts of the 
Improvements Committee, a printing press and two bulletin boards 
were purchased; the juke box in the den was connected to the FM 
system for the purpose of special dances; a Union Board Office was 
set up in the den; and an announcing system was provided in the den 
for the purpose of announcing any activities of student interest. The 
Tournaments and Games Committee sponsored highly successful 
bridge lessons, Campus Bowl, the Annual Holiday Bridge Tournament, 
and inter-collegiate competition in bridge, chess, bowling, table ten- 
nis, and billiards. The Special Activities Committee planned Walk- 
Out Day, a ski club, and a ski trip to Colorado, which was taken 
during semester break. New art displays and an insignia symbolizing 
Union Board were the accomplishments of the Fine Arts Committee. 

To keep up-to-date on other Union Board activities, the members 
of the Executive Council had the opportunity of attending the Region 
11 Union Board Convention held in Wichita, Kansas. 

Executive officers were: Bob Dickey, Chairman; Ken Thomp- 
son, Vice-President; Ron Tribolet, Treasurer; and Sally Craven, 
Secretary. 

Committee chairmen of the Union Board were: Bob Cotter, As- 
sembly; Bob Allen, Publications; Dick Tauchen, Union Dance; Gary 
Anderson, T. V. and Movies; Carolyn Wiltshire, Fine Arts; Chuck 
Summers, Decorations; Jerry Kelly, Improvements; Steve Neuroth, 
Tournaments and Games; Larry Kirby, Special Activities; Dottie 
Ray, Publicity; and Ron Fitch, Central Party. 




BOB DICKEY 

Union Board Chairman 




FIRST ROW: Dorothy Ray; Kenneth Thompson, Vice-Chairman; Ronald Tribolet, Treasurer; Bob Dickey, Chairman; 
Bob Cotter; Carolyn Wiltshire. SECOND ROW: Ronald Fitch; Jerry Kelley; Charles Summers; Bill Needels, Sponsor; 
Steve Neuroth; Larry Kirby; Luther Belcher, Sponsor. 



202 




VILLAGE STOMPERS 





OSCAR PETERSON TRIO 



SERENDIPITY SINGERS 




COMPLIMENTS of UNION BOARD!! 



203 



TOWER QUEEN CANDIDATES 





VIRGINIA BRIGHT 

Sigma Sigma Sigma and Phi Sigma Epsilon 



CHARLA ALBERTSON 

Veterans' Club 



GERRI TIPTON 

Phi Mu 





CAROL LONG 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 



MARY LOU HILGER 

Delta Zeta and Phi Lambda Chi 



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Virginia Bright 
and Mike Thompson 



Mary Lou Hilger 
and Travers Booth 






Carol Long 
and Ron Murawski 



Susan McConkey 
and Dan Gooding 



Gerri Tipton 
and Leo Papas 




Mike Thompson, Virginia Bright, Ron Murawski, Carol Long, Gerri Tipton, Leo Papas, Glenn Acksel, Susan 
McConkey, Dan Gooding, Mary Lou Hilger, Travers Booth, Charla Albertson, Galen Buckey. 



206 



QUEEN SUSAN 




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Cardinal Key Tappees: Sandi Coffin, Jo'Ann Fabro, 
Darlene Guest, and Kathy Bogdas. 



Luther Belcher makes a brief acceptance speech 
after Susan McConkey, Tower Editor, announced the 
1965 DEDICATION. 



Editor Susan McConkey introduced 
the Tower Staff: Wava Tackett, 
Assistant Editor; Roger Ambrosier, 
Art Editor; Bob Johnson, Sports 
Editor; and Mr. Howard Ringold, 
Faculty Advisor. 




209 



HOMECOMING ATTENDANTS 





REANNE JOHNSTON 

Sigma Sigma Sigma and Phi Sigma Epsilon 



SHIRLEY MOORE 

Alpha Sigma Alpha and Tail Kappa Epsilon 





MARY FRANCES SCHULENBERG 

Delta Zeta and Phi Lambda Chi 



CELIA THOMPSON 

Phi Mu 



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HOMECOMING 




A bouquet of mums is presented to Queen Barbara at game half-time. 








Queen Barbara Knox steps from the royal coach 
at the Homecoming football game. 



Barbara Knox, Homecoming Queen, and her escort, John 
Siehl, descend to meet the approving public. 



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HOMECOMING 





"Aladdin's Magic Lamp" 

Phi Mu 

Second Place 



"Cinderella's Hour" 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

First Place 




"Olympic Games" 
Sigma Tau Gamma 
First Place 







"Phoenix Bird" 

Industrial Arts Club 
Second Place 



213 



HOMECOMING 




"Camelot" 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 



"Gitchie Manito" 

Wesley Foundation 




"St. George and the Dragon" 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 




214 



"Isle of the Blessed" 
Phi Sigma Epsilon 



"Fountain of Youth" 

Delta Zeta 







HOMECOMING 



"Never Never Land' 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 




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'In Your Heart You Know He's Right" 
Young Republicans 




"Masters of the Ship of State" 
Young Democrats 





"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" 
Phi Lambda Chi 



"Dog Patch" 
Alpha Phi Omega 



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HOMECOMING 







Delta Zeta 
Second Place 




Sigma Sigma Sigma 
First Place 



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"Robin Hood" 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Second Place 




"Beocaf 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
First Place 




"Peter Bearcat" 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 

First Place 



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Charles Fry 

Master of Ceremonies 

Homecoming Variety Show 




"Pandora's Plight' 

Wesley Foundation 



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HOMECOMING 




FIRST ROW: Diane Estes, Gary Shields, Sandi Coffin, Ronald Fitch, Co-Chairman ; Martha Klever, Co-Chairman; 
Virginia Bright, Dr. John Harr, Faculty Advisor; Linda Chappell. SECOND ROW: Dona Shroyer, Kathy Lockridge, 
Mary Mast, Nancy Timberlake, Wava Tackett, Kathy Miller, Emily Nevitt, Shirley Moore, Sharon Phoenix, Linda 
Nielson, Jo'Ann Fabro, Darlene Guest, Gerri Tipton, Nancy Wayman, Susan McConkey. THIRD ROW: Ray Reynolds, 
Gene Beck, Larry White, Glen Harrold, Gary Stafford, Mike Bobst, Mike Knepper, Dennis Schwieso, Charles Summers, 
Mike Stephens, Larry Anderson, Ron Murawski, Doug Nordstrum. 




Receiving supremacy trophies from Dr. John Harr are Jane Shaver, Sigma 
Sigma Sigma, and Dean Hamon, Sigma Tau Gamma. Also shown are Martha 
Klever and Ron Fitch, Co-Chairmen of Homecoming activities. 




Elaine; 
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bouquet 



Shirley Moore found Homecoming time 
quite rewarding. Not only did she rep- 
resent Alpha Sigma Alpha and Tau 
Kappa Epsilon in the queen election, but 
she was also tapped to Cardinal Key. 
Pictured with her are Glen Acksel and 
Carolyn Wiltshire. 



218 






DORMITORY MEN PRESENT SNOW QUEEN 





Attendants Mary Lou Hilger, and Lorna 
Stevens, and escorts Travers Booth, and 
Howard Sjmon. 



Elaine Sherman flashes a pretty smile after Presi- 
dent Foster presents to her the Snow Queen 
bouquet. 




Attendants Sandy Manard, and Clara 
Stoll, and escorts Dan Magness, and 
Karl Frederick. 




CANDIDATES: Pat Hillers, Sandy Manard, Mary Mast, Tegwin Dyer, Sue Oberhelman, Clara Stoll, Lorna 
Stevens, Mary Hilger, Elaine Sherman, Sandy Slater, Cheryl Gray, Carol Petty. ESCORTS: Eric Johnson, 
Dan Magness, Bob Pettegrew, Bob Cornelison, John Hill, Frederick Karl, Howard Simon, Travers Booth, Dick 
Goforth, Gary McCullough, Robert Evans, Dean Hamon. 



219 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




FIRST ROW: Rosalie Guyer, Tegwin Dyer, Vice-President; Diane Kramer, Treasurer; Carolyn Enis, 
President; Kathy Bogdas, Secretary; Kay Pfeiffer, Judy St. Peter. SECOND ROW: Millie Cockrill, 
Marcy Severson, Carolyn Wiltshire, Patty Gilley, Sue Miller, Jane Shaver, Jan Merrill, Sandi Coffin. 



EVTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




FIRST ROW: Ronald Fitch, Richard Olenius, Secretary; Bob Johnson, Treasurer; Bob Cotter, Vice- 
President. SECOND ROW: Larry Kirby, John Spencer, Larry Anderson, Bob Dickey, Dean Hamon. 
THIRD ROW: Jack Lasley, Sponsor: Glenn Acksel, Carl Peterson, Larry Messerli. NOT SHOWN: 
Travers Booth, President. 



220 



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GREEK SCHOLARSHIP and SPIRIT 





Bob Cotter, Tau Kappa Epsilon president, accepts the 
scholarship trophy for the men's division from President 
Robert Foster. 



Alphas Captured Scholarship Trophy for Fifth Consecu- 
tive Year! Receiving the trophy from President Robert 
Foster is Alpha Sigma Alpha president Carolyn Wiltshire. 




Bob Cotter and Bob Dickey accept the Spirit Trophy for Tau Kappa Epsilon from 
President Robert Foster. 



221 



ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 





Carolyn Wiltshire 
President 



Karlene Hendrix Acksel 
1964 Chapter Sweetheart 



Honors and recognition were bestowed upon the 
Phi Phi Chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha during the 
successful and rewarding year of 1964-65. Sally Cra- 
ven, beauty queen contestant, represented NWMSC at 
the American Royal in Kansas City. Later the Alphas 
were awarded the scholarship trophy for the fifth 
consecutive year at an all-Greek assembly. 

September meant Rush Week and new pledges. 
ASA sister, Kathy Bogdas, supervised the informal 
party, "ASA Pirate Cave." The result was fifteen 
new pledges. 

With the Homecoming activities came a first for 
the Alphas. This was their Variety Show skit, "Peter 
Bearcat." Their beauty float, "Never Neverland," tied 
for third place. Shirley Moore was a member of the 
queen's court. The Founders' Day Banquet honoring 
many returning alumnae was held during the Home- 
coming weekend. 

Special events of the year were numerous. During 
the Christmas holidays, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Tau 

Kappa Epsilon combined their efforts to bring joy to many children from 
the Noyes Home in St. Joseph. Also listed on the agenda was the Sweet- 
heart Dance, the ASA Tri-State Day held in Warrensburg, the Spring 
Formal, Awards Banquet, and the Senior Send-off. 

Officers for 1964-65 Carolyn Wiltshire, President; Millie Cockrill, 
Vice-President; Geneva Darnell, Recording Secretary; and Darlene Guest, 
Treasurer. 

Alphas busy in campus activities were Susan McConkey, Tower Editor, 
Tower Queen, Little Women, Miss Maryville Finalist, Homecoming Com- 
mittee; Millie Cockrill, Panhellenic Council Representative; Shirley Moore, 
Roberta Hall President, Student Senator, Homecoming Committee, Card- 
inal Kay, Kappa Delta Pi; Dorothy Ray, Union Board Publicity Chairman, 
Panhellenic Council Representative, Religious Emphasis Week Committee; 
Dorothy Hardyman, Sophomore Class Vice-President, AWS Council, Hang- 
ing of the Greens Committee; Linda Bouska, Alpha Kappa Lambda Sweet- 
heart, Senior Class Secretary; Darlene Guest, Kappa Omicron Phi Treas- 
urer, Cardinal Key, AKL Sweetheart, Homecoming Committee; Zeta Combs, 
Colhecon Vice-President; Marie Huff, Freshman Scholarship Award; Ann 
Trotter, Sigma Tau Gamma Sweetheart; Sally Craven, Union Board Sec- 
retary; Dianna Brown, Book Club Vice-President, Roberta Hall Council 
Representative, Secretary-Treasurer of Young Democrats; Kathy Bogdas, 
Delta Psi Kappa Secretary-Treasurer, Cardinal Key, Candidate of Delta 
Psi Kappa of the Year, Women's Intramural Council Chairman, Panhellenic 
Council Secretary; Carolyn Wiltshire, President of Cardinal Key, Union 
Board Executive Council; Barbara Chick, Cardinal Key Secretary, Delta 
Psi Kappa Reporter; Lorna Stevens, Freshman Class Secretary; Kathy 
Seabaugh, Freshman Class Treasurer; Jennifer Yates, Religious Emphasis 
Committee; Peggy Whan, Kanpa Omicron Phi; Carol Workman, Student 
Senator, Piano Repertoire Club Vice-President, Majorette, Hanging of the 
Greens Committee; and Geneva Darnell, Kappa Omicron Phi Recording 
Secretary. 




FIRST ROW: Marty Geyer, Secretary; Karen Franklin; Kris Johnston, Vice-President; Dana Hen- 
drix, President; Shirley Moore, Pledge Trainer; Lorna Stevens, Carole Brown, Carol Carstenson, 
Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Jennifer Yates, Judy Owens, Jo Ann Montgomery, Karen Rosecrans, 
Kathryne Seabaugh, Phyllis Bowman, Sheryl Rich, Harriette Peterson. 



toolHonki 



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Kathy Bogdas 




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Millie Cockrill 



Zeta Combs 



Sara Copman 



Sally Graven 



Jenny Darnell 



Sharon El wick 







Virginia Goodwillie Judith Graham 



Carol Gregory 



Darlene Gueat Dorothy Hardy man 



Linda Harrison 







Carol Hopkins 



Kathy Johnson 



Judy Kimmet 



Susan McConkey 



Shirley Moore 



Judy Nieman 








Dorothy Ray 



Ann Trotter 



Mary Waldron 



Pegsry Whan 



Carol Workman 



223 






DELTA ZETA 





Rosalie Guyer 
President 



"DZ Goes Hawaiian" was the theme for the fall 
informal rush party of the Delta Zeta Sorority. 
After this event, seventeen girls were pledged. The 
sorority then entered campus activities. 

The Delta Zeta placed second in over-all ac- 
tivities of the 1964 Homecoming. Their efforts were 
rewarding when they received first place in the 
clown division. Representing the sorority in the 
queen's court was Mary Frances Schulenberg. 

For their outstanding performance in intra- 
mural bowling and volleyball, the Delta Zetas re- 
ceived a supremacy trophy. 

Social activities for the year included a hayride 
and dance given by the pledges, the annual Found- 
er's Day Banquet, the Christmas Party, the Spring 
Formal, Parent's Day Tea, various mixers, and a 
spring retreat. 

Officers for the year were : Rosalie Guyer, Pres- 
ident; Judy Miller, Recording Secretary; Martha 
Klever, Treasurer. 

Individuals leading in campus activities were : 
Mary Mast, Vice-President of SNEA, President of the District SNEA 
and FTA, Program Co-chairman of Wesley Foundation, DZ Scholar- 
ship Chairman, and Student Senate; Mary Kuhn, Book Club Presi- 
dent; Rosalie Guyer, Panhellenic Council, Homecoming Committee 
Co-chairman; Mary Schulenberg, Homecoming Queen's Court, Re- 
ligious Emphasis Committee, Assistant Pledge Trainer; Marilyn 
Long, Publicity Committee for Panhellenic Council; Judith Miller, 
Corresponding Secretary of Student Senate, Sophomore Class Secre- 
tary; Martha Klever, Perrin Hall Counselor, Homecoming Co-chair- 
man, Social Chairman of SNEA, Harvest Moon Ball Committee; 
Linda Chappell, AWS Representative, Colhecon Treasurer, Home- 
coming Committee; Sue Wagers, Intramural Council; Janet Merrill, 
Panhellenic Council, Intramural Council; Diane Estes, Homecoming 
Committee, Roberta Hall Dorm Council Treasurer; Mary Hilger, 
Majorette; Caroline Enis, President Panhellenic Council; and Phyllis 
Anderson, Junior Class Treasurer. 



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Sharon Couihl 



Martha Merrill 
1964 Chapter Sweetheart 




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FIRST ROW: Ruth Severson, Christie Beal, Jane Koski, Treasurer; Mary Hilger, President; Sheila 
Schieber, Vice-President; Becky Taylor, Bobbe Dague, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Kathleen McGin- 
nis, Janice Miller, Kay Burton, Anne Huston, Cindy Miller, Mary Schulenberg, Assistant Pledge 
Trainer. THIRD ROW: Regina Nelson, Phyllis Anderson, Beverly Sillik, Jeannie McCormick, Patty 
Gilley, Pledge Trainer. 



224 







Rose Adams 



Margie Anderson 



Elaine Buerkins 



Sharon Carroll 



Linda Chappell 



Pam Cooper 






Sharon Coughlin 



Carolyn Enis 



Dianne Bates 



Pat Gilley 



Marilyn Hanna 



Mary Hilger 








Martha K lever 



Mary Kuhn 



Gloria Lewis 



Marilyn Long 



Judy McClintock 



Mary Mast 







Jan Merrill 



Judy Miller 



Judy Miller 



Shirley Miller 



Nancy Nichols 



Sheila Schieber 







Mary Schulenberg 



Ruth Severson 



Connie Smith 



Sue Wagers 



225 






PHI MU 





Sandi Coffin 
President 



Phi Mus dressed in pink pinafores to serve 
chocolate sundaes to their prospective fall pledges 
at the informal rush party entitled "Phi Mu Sweet 
Shoppe." This and the formal party combined to 
pay dividends of twenty pledges. 

Cooperation, enthusiasm, and hard work brought 
the Phi Mus success in all Homecoming divisions. 
Most important among these was tying for first 
place in the beauty float division with their entry 
portraying Aladdin and his magic lamp. Celia 
Thompson attended the Queen on the Queen's Float. 
After the Homecoming game, an alumnae coffee 
was held in the chapter room. 

"Pledge Round-up" was the theme for the 
annual Phi Mu pledge party given for all the 
sororities' pledge classes. During the Christmas 
season, the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity and the 
Phi Mu sorority united their efforts to give a 
party for orphans. Patients of the State Mental 
Hospital were recipients of a special Christmas 
program. Other activities included the Secret Santa 
Party, spring rush, Spring Formal and the family picnic. 

Officers for the year were: Kay Pfeiffer, President; Sandi Coffin, 
Vice-President; Patsy Shepherd, Secretary; and Michele Stitt, Treasurer. 

Active members in campus affairs were : Judy St. Peter, Panhellenic 
Council, Religious Emphasis Committee; Michele Stitt, Homecoming Com- 
mittee; Barbara Harr, Freshman Class President, Freshman cheerleader; 
Diane Kramer, Religious Emphasis Committee, Panhellenic Treasurer; 
Eileen Ross, Senior Class Vice-President, Religious Emphasis Committee; 
Kay Pfeiffer, Student Senate; Sandi Coffin, Cardinal Key, Homecoming 
Committee. Union Board; Marge MacDonald. Cheerleader, Student Senate, 
Newman Club Secretary; Sue Thompson, Student Senate Secretary, Student 
Faculty Disciplinary Committee; Rosanne Bartlett, Student Senate, Re- 
ligious Emphasis Committee; Celia Thompson, Cheerleader, Homecoming 
Qi^en attendant. 



Karen Shields 

1964 Chapter Sweetheart 

Crowned by Miss Laura Jackson 




FIRST ROW: Connie Norris, Secretary; Linda Prior, Patti Tarwater, Joi West, Terry Stitt. SECOND 
ROW: Sue Thompson, Pledge Trainer; Linda Billings, Tyra Dale, Cathy Bohling, Pam Jones, Rosanne 
Bartlett. THIRD ROW: Barb Harr, Pat Jones, Franni Willimann, Mary Atkinson, Vice-President; 
Jan Judkins. FOURTH ROW: Charlotte Christoffel, President; Elaine Lyle, Diane Traylor, Linda 
Gibler. 



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Cathy Bohling 



Linda Gibler 



Sharon Harms 




Pamela Jones 







Patricia Jones 



Diane Kramer 



Judy McGinness 



Marge MacDonald 







Carol Petty 



Kay Pfeiffer 



Linda Prior 



Eileen Ross 







Judy St. Peter 



Patsy Shepherd 



Sandi Stilabower 



Michele Stitt 







Celia Thompson 



Sue Thompson 



Gerri Tipton 



Judy Veylupek 



227 



SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 





Jane Shaver 
President 



"Sigma Circus," the informal rush theme, ush- 
ered in the year for Sigma Sigma Sigma with fif- 
teen new pledges. 

Happiness reigned throughout Homecoming as 
Tri Sigma secured the Supremacy Trophy for the 
third consecutive year. First place tie was awarded 
for the beauty float entitled "Cinderella's Hour;" 
first place for house decorations was "The Race to 
Victory;" and second place for the Variety Show 
skit was "Robin Hood." Several groups of clowns 
added points for Tri Sigma. 

In October Alpha Epsilon Chapter was awarded 
the National Efficiency Trophy at a regional meet 
in Kirksville. 

The annual Christmas party was given for the 
collegiate chapter by the patronesses and the faculty 
sponsor. Other activities of the year included a 
pledge dance, the annual Spring Formal, Founders' 
Day Banquet, activities with the brother fraternity, 
Phi Sigma Epsilon, a cerebral palsy drive, and the 
Phi-TRI Picnic. 

Officers of Sigma Sigma Sigma were: Jane Shaver, President; Mar- 
cene Severson, Vice-President; Ann Shamberger, Corresponding Secretary; 
and Jan Gray, Treasurer. 

Girls active in campus affairs were: Sharon Thomas, Miss Maryville; 
Tegwin Dyer, Dance Club Sponsor, Journalism Staff, Panhellenic Vice- 
President, Religious Emphasis Committee; Linda Greenwood, Second Vice- 
President of PEM Club, Religious Emphasis Committee, Intramural Coun- 
cil; Sharon McElwain, AWS Treasurer; Mary Meyer, AWS President; 
Kay Graves, Kappa Delta Pi Treasurer, Pi Omega Pi Historian; Jane 
Couch, AWS Recording Secretary, Religious Emphasis Committee, Fresh- 
man Counselor; Jane Stoner, President Delta Psi Kappa, President Sigma 
Phi Dolphins, Cardinal Key; Sue Miller, Dorm Council, Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; Reanne Johnston, Sigma Phi Dolphins Historian, Tower Choir, Jazz 
Quintet; Karol Kooker, AWS Bear Cub Chairman, Union Board; Elaine 
Sherman, Cheerleader; Virginia Bright, Vice-President Sigma Phi Dol- 
phins, Homecoming Committee; Marcene Severson, Cheerleader; Ann 
Shamberger, National Sweetheart of Phi Sigma Epsilon; and Jane Shaver, 
Kappa Omicron Phi Secretary, Colhecon Treasurer, Cardinal Key, Pan- 
hellenic Council, Religious Emphasis Committee. 



Marty Durfee 
Outstanding Senior of 1964 




FIRST ROW: Gayle Bradfield, Jan Springer, Vice-President; Barbara Castor, President; Cindy 
Darnell, Secretary; Cheryl Cain, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Marcy Severson, Pledge Trainer; 
Lyndel Ross, Ronda Kelly, Paula Weston, Billie Phillips, Carmen Anderson. THIRD ROW: Peggy 
Wright, Elaine Murray, Pamella Robison, Patty Chappell, Sue Miller. 



228 



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Virginia Bright 





Carol Burch 



Mary Chappell Jane Couch 




Kay Graves 



Karen Peters 



Annette Cushing Karen Davidson Linda Davii 






Jan Gray 



Linda Greenwood Linda Hunter Reanne Johnston 




Carolyn Kading Karen Kimbrough Karol Kooker 



Judi Krutz 



Eileen Lopour 




Ardis Mi-Pike Michelle Markham Mary Meyer 

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Pat Meyer 



Susan Miller 




Linda Reed 




Sandra Robinson Marcene Severs on Ann Shamberger 



Blaine Sherman 
Jane Stoner 
Sharon Thomas 
Nancy Wayman 
Karen Wilson 



229 



GREEK LIFE 





ASA-TKE Orphan Christmas Party 



DZ 



SSS-PSE Homecoming Preparations 




PM Winter Rush 




1964 





230 DZ Winter Rush 




SSS Annex 



PM All-Pledge Roundup 






PHI SIGMA EPSILON 



Pwparatioi 








Richard Olenius 
President 



Scholarship, leadership, and efficiency were 
the key words for the NU Chapter of Phi Sigma 
Epsilon. Each of these components aided the 
brothers in capturing the Phi Sigma Epsilon Na- 
tional Efficiency Trophy, which they proudly 
placed upon the mantel of their fireplace. 

After a rewarding fall rush party at the 
house, twenty-five men pledged the cardinal and 
silver. Immediately following, Homecoming 
caught the chapter in a swirl of activity. By 
working closely with the sister sorority, Sigma 
Sigma Sigma, PSE was able to place second in 
over-all Homecoming supremacy. 

One of the highlights of the year came when 
Ann Shamberger of Sigma Sigma Sigma was 
named National Phi Sig Sweetheart. Other en- 
joyable occasions included the Christmas Ball, 
the Phi Sig Rumble, and the Orchid Ball. 

Executive officers for the year were: Rich Olenius, Presi- 
dent; John Spencer, Vice-President; Bob Thomas, Secretary; 
and Ken Thompson, Treasurer. 

Active in campus activities were: Tom O'Neill, President 
of Social Science Club; Larry Messerli, Interfraternity Council 
Representative ; Ken Thompson, Vice-President of Union Board ; 
Ron Tribolet, Treasurer of Union Board ; Terry Guertin, Treas- 
urer of Social Science Club ; Mike McLaughlin, Intramural Coun- 
selor; Jim Redd, Football Co-captain, Head Counselor in Men's 
Residence Halls ; Charles Summers, Union Board, Blue Keys ; 
Roger Ambrosier, Art Editor of Tower, and Gary Anderson, 
Union Board. 



Ann Shamberger 
1964 National Phi Sigma Epsilon Sweetheart 




FIRST ROW: Bob Jacobsen, Garry Lust, Gary Gruhn, Lane Smith, Kenneth Bender, Robert 
Owens. SECOND ROW: Russell Thompson, Ben Rolf, Eddie Parman, Larry Peart, Bill Smoot, 
Jerry Mason. THIRD ROW: Jim McClung, Pledgemaster ; Steve Funston, Fred Lazear, Jerry 
Hanson, Dennis Fetters, Earl Griffith,- Benny Cain. 



231 




Roger Ami,.-osier 





Bob Comelison 




Buzz Knplund 




Glen Harrold 




Gary Anderson 




Chris Dahl 




Dennis Forke 




Danny Haskell 





Ray Briscoe 




Alan Davidson 




Larry Frazho 




James Johnson 





Roger Britt 




Richard Davis 




James Gausrhan 




Andy Jones 




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Gary Cain 




Frank Eggera 




Rodney Green 




John Locke 



tta 



Jim HcClung 



Mike McLaughlin 



Thor McMillen 



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Robert McWhirter 




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Dave Ranum 





Gary Mathews 




James Redd 




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Larry Messerli 




Larry Rein eke 




Dennis Schwieso Willia Seiverling Dick Snyder 



Bob Thomas 





Doug Nordstrum 




Jerry Robey 




John Spencer 





Randy Phillips 




Rogrer Schlegel 




Charles Summers 




Ron Tribolet 



Jerry Weeee 



James Wilson 



233 



ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 





Alpha Zeta chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda 
moved into their new home on campus in the fall 
to begin a year of activities and social events* 
Having been awarded one of six National Executive 
Council awards at the National Conclave held in 
San Francisco in the summer, the AKLs continued 
to work hard to equal the previous records. 

AKL participation in campus affairs was high- 
lighted by their achievements in Homecoming com- 
petition. The fraternity received a first place tie Bob Johnson 
for all parade competition. Their beauty float President 
"Camelot" received third place. Clown entries placed 
first in group and individual events. 

Social events during the year included a hay- 
ride, Christmas caroling, a rush banquet, and sev- 
eral weekend parties in addition to the Pledge 
Christmas Dance, the Queen of Hearts Ball, the 
Founders' Day Banquet, and the Spring Formal. 

Executive officers were President, Bob John- 
son; Vice-President, Carl Peterson; Recording Sec- 
retary, Junior Veak; and Treasurer, Gary Shields. 

AKL members active in campus affairs were Roger Walker, Intra- 
mural Commission; Steve Christensen. Vice-President of the Ag Club; Bob 
Johnson, Blue Key, Tower Sports Editor, and Inter-fraternity Council 
Treasurer; Robert Evans, BSU Student Center Host; Gary Shields, Home- 
coming Committee; Ron Murawski, Homecoming Committee; Larry Ander- 
son, Homecoming Committee; Lenny Anderson, roles in "The Crucible," 
and "Le Misanthrope;" Joe Maltsberger, roles in "The Crucible," and "Le 
Misanthrope;" and Willis Madison, Radio Club Vice-President. 



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1964 Chapter Sweetheart 




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FIRST ROW: Ron Murawski, Walt Meyers, Bill Fletcher, Al Yachie, Mason Michelson, Larry Ander- 
son. SECOND ROW: Leonard Anderson, Mike Wilson, Eddie Maltsberger, Bill Shaller, Vince Webb. 



234 




Ron Allen 



Georpre Brown 






Roger Glancy 



Bill Schaller 







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Larry Anderson Leonard Anderson Ron Anderson 



Herbert Bell 



Charles Bogardo 







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Bob Chafin 



Steve Christensen 



Biff Evans 



Harry Fields 



Bill Fletcher 







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Larry Kruse 



Willis Madison 



Ronald Martin 



Kenneth Menke 



Walt Meyers 







Mason Michelson Robert Moore 



Joe Maltsberger Ron Murawski 









Gary Shields 



Ed Stilley 



Ronald Toppa 



Bernard Veak 



Roger Walker 






Vincent Webb 
Alfred Yackie 



Mrs. Faye L. Sherman, 
Housemother 



235 



PHI LAMBDA CHI 





Travers Booth 
President 



Iota Chapter of Phi Lambda Chi began the 
1964-65 year in fine style. In a national survey 
of chapters the NWMSC chapter ranked ninth. 
On campus the Phi Lambs held the Intramural 
Supremacy Trophy and won the Big 8 Cycle 
Race. 

The Phi Lambs participated in the Home- 
coming activities and campus functions. Major 
social affairs of the chapter included the Mon- 
tecarlo Night, the Christmas Dance, and the 
Spring Formal. Various house parties and mix- 
ers also filled the agenda. 

Helping to make the Phi Lamb activities 
a success was their housemother, Mrs. Lucille 
Markham. During the summer she attended the 
Housemother's workshop in Greeley, Colorado. 

The Phi Lambda Chi Executive Council 
seats were filled by Travis Booth, President; Jim Campbell, 
Vice-President; Gary Richardson, Secretary; and Craig Dits- 
worth, Treasurer. 

Leaders on campus were : John Hill, Vice-President of 
the Student Body and Head Resident Counselor of the Men's 
Residence Halls; Jim Campbell, President of the Senior Class; 
Travis Booth, President of the Interfraternity Council; Ken 
Geib, Junior Class Senator; and Ron Zwank, Men's Residence 
Halls' Council. 



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FIRST ROW: Bruce Falk, Edwin Roberts, Michael Combs, Dan Strecker, Tom Przybylski, . Jon 
Stafford, Pledgemaster. SECOND ROW: Larry Nedrow, Steve Colerick, John Peppmeier, Roger 
Ossowski, Roger Fleckal, David Stuart, Bill Casey, Larry Frizell, Jim Hall, John Kelly, Ernest 
Livingston. 



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Don Bailey 



Gene Beck 



Barry Brady Larry Bruno James Campbell Gary Curtis 



Donald Davis 




Roger Dennis Craig Ditsworth William Francis Karl Frederick Kenneth Geib 



Larry Hanon 



John Hill 




Dennis Kaster Bart Kemery Jerry Leonard Don McLaughlin Greg Harsh 



Bill Page Dennis Purviance 




Michael Redmond Ray Reynolds Garry Richardson Arthur Sauter 



Eddie Smith 



Edwin Spire William Sprague 






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Dennis Strecker Dave Taylor 



John Tino Edward Trecek Don Van Sickle 




Gerald Vessar 
Don Weigel 
Jerry Wissink 
Ronald Zwank 



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SIGMA TAU GAMMA 





The Homecoming Supremacy trophy for 1964 
was claimed by the Theta Chapter of Sigma Tau 
Gamma. This accomplishment was brought about by 
their beauty float winner, "Legend of the Olympics," 
a tie for over-all parade activities, and other entries 
that placed in the verious divisions. 

Taus played a major part on the gridiron with 
many members winning letters in varsity football. 
Leo Pappas held the title of AU-MIAA quarterback Dean Hamon 

for 1964. Intramural sports events included many President 

members of Sigma Tau Gamma. 

Social events for the year were the Sigma Tau 
Gamma Christmas Ball, White Rose Dance, and 
various house parties. Ann Trotter reigned as queen 
of the 1964 White Rose Dance. Ed Adkins was the 
winner of the scholarship award. The outstanding 
Tau who had contributed most to the fraternity 
was Terry Day. 

Officers for the year were : Dean Hamon, Presi- 
dent; Ron Fitch, Vice-President; Doug Girling, 
Secretary; and Tom Ramsey, Treasurer. 

Active in campus organizations were: Glen 
Acksel, Student Body President, Blue Key President; Leo Pappas, 
Junior Class President; Ron Fitch, Blue Key Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Homecoming: Co-chairman, Student Senate Advisory Board, 
Union Board; Mike Thompson, Student Senate Advisory Board; 
Dean Hamon, Student Disciplinary Board, Student Senate; Kack 
Miller, Sophomore Class Treasurer; Stan Wilson, Pi Beta Alpha 
Secretary; Dick Tauchen, Jerry Kelly, and Bob Allen, Union Board. 



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FIRST ROW: Jack McClure, Ron Kauzlarich, Don Peterson, Howard Jameson. SECOND ROW: Fred 
Counts, Assistant Pledge Trainer; Adam Chrostowski, Robert Outs, Allen McFall, Mike Thompson, 
Pledge Trainer. 



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Jerry Mathews 



Mel Merrill 



Rack Miller 



Leo Papas 



Kenneth Petersen 



Rick Phillips 








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Donald Robbing 



Dick Tauchen 



Vern Thompson 



Frank Viti 



Bill White 



Stan Wilson 



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TAU KAPPA EPSILON 





Bob Cotter 
President 



Sherry MacDonald 
1964 Chapter Sweetheart 



The Delta Nu Chapter of Tau Kappa 
Epsilon enjoyed a rewarding year as the broth- 
ers entered every phase of campus life. Besides 
campus honors, the chapter received recogni- 
tion as being the top Teke chapter on small 
college campuses in the nation. 

The first highlight was the sponsoring of 
the New Journeymen on Campus for a concert. 
Then the Tekes turned their attention to more 
serious thoughts. During Homecoming, the 
brothers netted a first place in the Variety 
Show. The Scholarship Trophy was captured 
with a 2.67 all-member average. Another first 
for the Tekes was recorded when they became 
the first to win the new School Spirit Trophy 
for the football season. 

Tekes also continued to excel at intramural 
sports with a high football finish, a tug-of-war school cham- 
pionship, an all-Greek swimming championship, and a fast 
start in basketball. 

To round out their busy schedules, Tau Kappa Epsilon 
brothers engaged in an active social life. The traditional Gar- 
ter Party, Christmas Ball, Orphan Party, Red Carnation For- 
mal, and many house parties stood prominent on their 
calendar of events. 

Active members on campus were : Bob Dickey, Union 
Board Chairman, Vice-President of Interfraternity Council, 
Blue Key, and Student-Faculty Affairs Committee; Bob Cot- 
ter, Union Board, Interfraternity Council, and Blue Key Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; Roger Home, Industrial Arts Club Presi- 
dent; Mike Knepper, Senior Class Treasurer, and Senate 
Treasurer; Bob Lewellen, President's Advisory Board; Steve 
Neuroth, Union Board, and Newman Club Treasurer; Larry 
Kirby, Union Board; Jerry Knauss, Newman Club President; 
and Lee King, Intramural Board. 

Officers for the 1964-65 school year were: Bob Cotter, 
President; Bob Dickey, Vice-President; Al Hagg, Secretary; 
and Richard Jackson, Treasurer. 



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FIRST ROW: James Bayles, Richard Petersen, Ron Jones, Assistant Pledge Trainer; AI Julius, 
Assistant Pledge Trainer; Ron Zimmerman, Pledge Trainer; Dave Rettenmaier, Richard Mes- 
serly. SECOND ROW: Alberto Rodriguez, William Templer, H. L. Poynter, Lonnie Hinders, 
Charles Kilpatrick, Joe Peirce, John DeMaio. 



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Bill Baker 



John Banning 



Darwin Bears 



Gary Beatty 



Phil Burmeister 



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Kent Byron 



Tom Catlett 






Ronald Cogdill 





Bob Dickey 





Richard Evans 




Robert Garms 



Ron Gayler 



Michael George 



Larry Gerdes 



Richard G raw- 








Mike Guely 



Al Hagg 



James Holtz 



Duane Hankins 



Phil Hansen 








Thomas Harvey 



Jim Hawkins 



Stephen Hoy- 



Roger Home 



Gary Johnson 



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Ron Jones 



Douglas Keever 



Lee King 



Larry Kirby 



Mike Knepper 








Bill Lanio 



Jerry Lindstrom 



Gary Magill 



Don Mittelstadt 



Ron Mitchell 








Charles Nelson 



Steve Neuroth 



Kd Propst 



Dave Pross 



Bill Reiff 








Charles Riley 



Forrest Schnobrich 



Bart Thompson • Gale Triplett 



Paul Walker 







Gary Willett 



Dean Willrett 



Bill Yeager 



Ron Zimmerman 



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GREEK LIFE 



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Darlene Guest 
1965 AKL Sweetheart 



Sally Craven 
1964 NWMSC American Royal Candidate 





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Karen Kimbrough 
1964 Phi Sig Frolics Queen 



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1965 PLC Sweetheart 




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'64 FESTIVAL of the ARTS 




Marcia Miller demonstrated her agile movements in a dance 'routine for the Spring Festival of the Arts. 




Carma Ibsen and Janelle Howe played in Save a Place for 
Me at Forest Lawn, a production for the Night of One- 
Acts. 




Doris Wilson, Jeffrey Falter, Carol Wilson, and Sharon Freeman ap- 
peared in Fumed Oak. 



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ART FESTIVAL 




A "Touch those toes!" effect is shown in this scene from "Sinfonia." 




Up on your toes and reach for the stars is a movement from 
"Caprice." 





"Divertissement d' Auber" reveals the grace, poise, and swift 
action of the San Francisco Ballet. 



In time to the orchestra's rhythm, the dancers do a long stretch 
in their presentation of "Sinfonia." 



Flying high, the dancers display their agile 
movements in "Caprice." 




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ART FESTIVAL 







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The cantata "Dona Nobis Pacem" by Vaughn-Williams was a major presentation of the chorus. Members of 
the large group are: Marjorie Mathewson, Frances Merritt, Lois Eisner, Barbara Knox, Sharon Bolin, Cath- 
erine Reck, Gilbert Whitney, director; Bonnie Foster, Virginia Goodwillie, Phyllis Pratt, Judy Brown, Jean 
Owen, Pat Brown, Pat Martin. SECOND ROW: Mary Jones, Connie Samuel, Susan McConkey, Karen Peters, 
Linda Birks, Jane Mason, Nancy Wilkes, Glen Morrow, Ron Goodspeed, Gary Pittsenbarger, Ken Harlan, 
Richard Graw, Thor McMillen, Bob Reck, Sidney Pratt, Jane LaMar, Charlotte Watson, Sherry Bollinger, 
Charla Albertson, Joanne Kuhr, Phyllis Ahneu. THIRD ROW: Ken Suetterlin, Donald Coulter, Michael Combs, 
Paul O'Connor, Larry Hanon, Michael Ware, Ken Bittiker, Jerry Cooper, John Flora. 




Cecil Carstai 
a work of ar 



"My Funny Valentine" and "Once in 
Love with Amy" were part of the 
lighter music presented by the Madri- 
gal. Members are: Marjorie Mathew- 
son, Bonnie Foster, Barbara Knox, 
Virginia Goodwillie, Lois Eisner, 
Frances Merritt, Susan McConkey, 
Judy Brown, Jane LaMar, Frances 
Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Thorwald 
McMillen, Bob Cornelius, Ron Good- 
speed, Ken Harlan, Melvin Bradford, 
John Flora, Ken Suetterlin, Byron 
Mitchell, director. 



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The opera group is composed of: 
Marjorie Mathewson, pianist; Michael 
Combs, Gary Pittsenbarger, Barbara 
Knox, Sharon Bolin, and Jane LaMar. 
For the 1964 Spring Festival of the 
Arts, this group presented selections 
from "The Mikado." 



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Cecil Carstensen, guest lecturer, and Robert Sunkel discuss 
a work of art. 




Dr. Joel Moss delivered an art lecture before the N WMSC 
students. 




Irma Rogell, harpsichordist, displayed technical perfection and 
excellent musicianship during her two NWMSC seminars and 
concert. 



A sculpture demonstration by Cecil Carstensen helped to fulfiH the 
Festival of the Arts schedule. 



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ART FESTIVAL 




THE CAST FOR The Man: Left to Right: Mike Mutz, Carolyn Enis, Dr. R. E. Fulsom, Norman Wilcox, Kenneth Price, 
Sharon Freeman, Dan McLaughlin. 



The Undergrads, Larry Rawlins, 
Rose Adams, Tom Lupardus, 
Frances Merritt, and Thor Mc- 
Millen, were assisted in their in- 
terpretation of "Tea for Two" by 
Director Earle Moss and the jazz 
band. 




ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL: Richard Bateman, Kenneth 
Bittiker, Sharon Bolin, Sherry Bollinger, Joan Bolton, 
Margaret Coulton, Iola Easterday, Jesse Easterday, Ron- 
nie Goodspeed, Bethene Gould, Marjorie Gould, Allen 
Herman, Carolyn Houts, Eldonna Kariker, Jane Lamar, 
Charlotte Lewis, Patricia Lininger, Barry Martin, Sara 



Mason, Susan McConkey, Edwin McDonald, Maybelle 
McDonald, Thor McMillen, Nadine Pitluck, Louis Riemer, 
Roberta Riemer, Edwin Roberts, Louise Scamman, Roger 
Schneider, Karen Slayden, Carol Wilson, Ralph Yehle, 
Connie Younger, Linda Younger. DIRECTOR: Dr. Donald 
Sandford. SOLOIST: Dr. John Smay. 



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ART FESTIVAL 



"Sukey-Jump" dancers included Jane Gilbert, Terry Stoner, Sandy Yaple, 
first row; and Ina O'Riley, Joleene Larimore, Carolyn Kading, Sherry 
Bollinger, second row. 




"Felinity" was a routine performed by Tegwin Dyer dur- 
ing the Evening of Dance. 




The Cast for the Dance Club Recital: Sandy Yaple, 
Richard Beem, Terry Stoner, Pat McCune. SECOND ROW: 
Mary Hilger, Janet Merrill, Tegwin Ryer, Jo Larimor, 
Jane Gilbert, Carolyn Kading, Karen Peters, Donna Davis, 
Joan VanHoozer, Marcia Miller, Evelyn Ayers, Jo Ann 
Fender. THIRD ROW. Dinah Owens, Pat Noah, Mar- 



garet Mock, Delores Carr, Judy Hyder, Ethel Osborn, 
narrator; Edward Gilliland, Ina O'Riley, Kenny Felton, 
Sherry Bollinger, Sam Dalzell, Paula Zimmerman, Phil 
Murrell, Laverne Mclntyre, Kathy Seifert, Janet Gray, 
Barb Stephens, Gano Whetstone. 



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ART FESTIVAL 




The Conception Seminary Chorale presented a musical concert during the 1964 Spring Festival of the Arts. 



252 




Death Takes a Holiday, a comedy-drama, was a 
presentation of the Speech and Drama Department. 
Members of the cast were: Doris Wilson, Diane 
Toannan, Ken Price, Sara Copman, Dave Shestak. 



SECOND ROW: Peter Pearson, Eddielea Roe, Gene 
Probasco'. THIRD ROW: Nick Erganian, Carolyn 
Enis, Carolyn Wilson, Jeffrey Falter, James Stand- 
field. 






HARVEST MOON BALL 




Students enjoy dancing at the annual Harvest Moon Ball, sponsored by Associated Women 

Students. 





Dr. Grube presents a bouquet of yellow mums to JoAnn 
Fabro, Queen of the Harvest Moon Ball. 



Illah Eversull and Karen Mills preside at the reception 
table. 



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ARTHUR MILLER'S 




FIRST ROW: Reene Tackett, Keith Augustine, Kenneth Suetterlin, David Shestak, Lynda Queen, Doris Wilson, Leonard 
Anderson, Carolyn Enis, Veriel Nickell, John Zeiger, Gary Rasmussen, Eddielea Roe, Nick Erganian. SECOND ROW: Pete 
Pearson, Craig Prater, Bill Rissler, Minna Halliday, Cheryl Reineke," Lynda Bahler, Margaret Price, Suzanne Saale. 



ALBERTO CASELLA'S . 




Duke Lambert — Gene Probasco 
The Shadow — Jeffrey Falter 




Princess — Sara Copman 
Prince Sirki — Jeffrey Falter 



DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY 




FIRST ROW: 

Duke Lambert — Gene Probasco 
Princess — Sara Copman 
Grazia — Carolyn Enis 
Duchess — Eddielea Roe 

SECOND ROW: 

Rhoda Fenton — Doris Wilson 
Corrado — Nick Eurganian 
Baron Cesarea— David Shestak 
Eric Fenton — Peter Pearson 
Alda — Diane Tonnaif 



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Doug Mills — Mike Mutz 
Howard — Norman Wilcox 
Mrs. Gillis — Sharon Freeman 



MEL DINELLI'S . . . 



THE MAN 




Mrs. Gillis — Sharon Freeman 
Howard — Norman Wilcox 




Howard — Norman Wilcox 
Mrs. Gillis — Sharon Freeman 
Mr. Franks — Dan McLaughlin 



Mrs. Gillis — Sharon Freeman 
Mr. Armstrong — Ken Price 
Ruth — Carolyn Enis 



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Celimene — Sara Copman 
Alceste — Keith Augustine 



Celimene — Sara Copman 
Alceste — Keith Augustine 
DuBois — Tom Burgess 



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FIRST ROW: Mary Ray, Sara Copman, Eddielea Roe. SECOND ROW: Tom Burgess, Pete Pearson, Leonard 
Anderson, Keith Augustine, David Shestak, Phil Reser, Eddie Maltsberger, Dan McLaughlin, Michael Stoll. 



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LOUISA ALCOTT'S ... LITTLE WOMEN 




Amy — Susan McConkey 
Meg — Sara Copman 



Mrs. March — Lynda Queen 



Jo — Kathy Johnson 
Beth — Susan Grube 




FIRST ROW: Connie McGinness, Kathy Johnson, Lynda Queen, Dave Copeland, Susan Grube, 
Susan McConkey, Margaret Richards. SECOND ROW: Jim Johnson, Keith Augustine, Richard 
StucKey, Sara Copman, Ken Price, Judy McGinnis, Mrs. Mary Burch. 



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'64 SWIM SHOW 




Artist's palette of colors is background for swimmers 
Virginia Bright, Nancy Brown, and Reanne Johnston. 



Senior swimmer, Nadine Lind, "Painted the Town 
Red" in her solo number. 





"Blue Rhapsody" by swimmers Karen Bixler, Sharon Phoenix, 
Barbara Howe, and Judy Wolverton was a presentation of the 
Sigma Phi Dolphin Swim Show. 



Barbara Howe, Patricia Bird, Judy Tritsch; and 
Second Row: Reanne Johnston, Carolyn Kempton, 
and Nancy Brown swam in a "Green Wonderland" 
as they presented a major feature of the show — a 
six chain Dolphin. 



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HANGING of 




Dancers, Charlotte Christoffel, Judy Sager, Nancy Marsh, Kerry Henry, and Patty Leslie, bring gifts 
at "The Hanging of the Greens." 











The three wise men bear their gifts to the manger on that holy night. 



Martha Klever, Reader, narrated at "The 
Hanging of the Greens." 



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the GREENS 





Snow Princess for the 1964 "Hanging of the 
Greens" was Judy Kimmet. 



Receiving the Honor as "Spirit of Christmas' 
for 1964 was Sandra Herzog. 




Kay Puffer, Barbara Knox ' Barbara Chi <*. Patricia Hillers, and Nancy Timberlake were "Bearers 
of the Green . 



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CHRISTMAS DANCE 




The College Chorus, under the direction of Gilbert Whitney, bring the Christmas spirit to life with their caroling. 
The beautiful solo "Oh, Holy Night," by Ken Bittiker, was a special feature. 




Students reac* with enthusiasm as the Village Stompers perform in concert style. 



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GLOBETROTTERS 




A Harlem Globetrotter mockingly pleads for mercy from a disgusted 
referee. 




One Trotter aids another as they sink the ball for two 
points. 




Balance is the key word for this performer. 




An entertainer uses his head during the half-time of the 
Globetrotter game. 



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TORNADO 



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A group of ambitious students make work into play as they tackle 
a fallen tree. 





Sharon Smith, Sara Copman, and Rachael Loose grin 
and bear it during campus clean-up operations. 



The fury of the spring tornado left the NWMSC bus barns 
in shambles. 




Heave ho! And Ed Crooker, Ida Petherick, Marge Swaney, and 
Virginia Baker remove a broken limb from the NWMSC campus. 




Girls, as well as boys, pitch in to clear away the debris left by 
the savage winds of the 1964 spring tornado. 



WALK-OUT DAY 





Contestants pedal hard for the finish line in Walk-Out Day tandem bicycle race. 





The Gateway Trio entertains students during Walk-Out 
Day festivities. 



Students relax and enjoy Walk-Out Day ac- 
tivities, as do these couples. 



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FOOTBALL RESULTS 

Wayne State 



Peru State 

William Jewell 14 ( 

Emporia Oj 

Warrensburg 



Kirksville 

Cape Girardeau 35^ 

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FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF— Robert Gregory, freshman coach; Earl Baker, line coach; Ivan Schottel, head coach; 
Louis Dyche, assistant coach; and Greg Vock, student assistant. 

FOOTBALL TEAM RECORDS 6-3 SEASON 



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Going undefeated for the first six games, the 1964 
Bearcat football team achieved its best season record 
since 1952. Despite the loss of the last three games 
to conference powers Kirksville, Cape Girardeau, and 
Springfield, and a fourth place finish in the MIAA, 
Coach Ivan Schottel's charges achieved a high water 
mark after three losing seasons. 

Led by all-MIAA quarterback Leo Papas and tri- 
captains Glenn Acksel, Jim Redd, and Lonriie Irvin, 
the Bearcats outscored their opponents 187-130 and 
shut out four opposing teams. Irvin and sophomore 
fullback Mick Thompson led in the point-producing 
department, Irvin scoring seven touchdowns and 
Thompson, six. End Ed Maxwell, the only sophomore 
on the all-MIAA team, caught 18 passes for a total 
of 316 yards. Papas, who made the all-conference 
team for the second year, completed 53 of 109 passes 
for a 48.6% average. Mike Peterson, first string half- 



back, contributed several long runs and kicked most of 
the points after touchdown. 

Outstanding on defense were Dick Hienen, named 
the best blocker, Ron Beck, the best tackier, John 
Flynn, Adam Chrowstowski, Roger Schlegel, and Lon- 
nie Hagan. Senior Hal Wittbrodt, who handled the 
punting chores all season, was an important factor in 
the MSC strategic attack. The Blue team or second 
unit provided able relief for the first team as well as 
a potent offensive weapon. Quarterback Joe Exposito 
led the Blue team with halfbacks Jim Blankenship and 
Bob Albanese, and fullback Dave Bussjaeger. 

Coming back next year for Coach Schottel's third 
season at MSC will be seven first team members in- 
cluding Papas, Maxwell, Thompson, Peterson, and 
Hienen, and all of the second unit. Papas and Thomp- 
son have been elected temporary co-captains for next 
year. 



1964 FOOTBALL SQUAD— first row: Gary Foland, Gary Taylor, Bob Harvey, Mike Peterson, Leo Papas, Ed Maxwell, Jim Redd, 
Jim Perez, Ron Beck, Jim Wakeman, Ron Austin, Buzz Englund, Dick Hienen. Second row: Mike Corbett, Joe Exposito, Lonnie 
Irvin, Dave Bussjaeger, Mick Haverty, Harold Choate, Mick Thompson, Bob Rempe, Bob Albanese, Adam Chrowstowski, 
Mick Ross, Tom Hummel. Third row: Mike Karsnek, Ken Peterson, Ed Byron, Roger Schlegel, Jim Ballinger, Gary Hansen, 
Jim Blankenship, Dennis Gates, Dan Gooding, Hal Wittbrodt, Jerry Albin, Steve Johnson. Fourth row: Dave Stewart, Dave Peter- 
son, Drury McMillan, Ron Brumley, Glenn Acksel, Doug Voegle, Vince Vanderwiede, Ron Brown, Lonnie Hagan, Dave Ranum, 
Mario Balletti. Fifth row: Tim O'Rourke, Marshall Tonnies, Dan Arholdini, Bob Reece, Gary Lafollette, Jim Freedline, Bob 
Woods, John Flynn, Larry Frazho. Sixth row: Coaches Robert Gregory, Earl Baker, Ivan Schottel, Louis Dyche, and Greg Vock, 



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Quarterback LEO PAPAS, all-MIAA 
for his second year, is ridden out of 
bounds by a Kirksville end. 



Bearcat game co-captains GLENN ACKSEL 
and JIM REDD lead the team on to the 
field against Emporia. 



JIM REDD, season tri-captain, prepares to 
make a down-field block in the Cape game. 



SEPT. 19 — The Bearcats opened the season away at 
Wayne State, Nebraska, where they shut out the Wild- 
cats 18-0 on a muddy, rain-drenched field. Playing a 
cautious, defensive game and using Hal Wittbrodt's 
booming punts on second and third downs, the 'Cats 
were able to dominate the game and maintain superior 
field position. Halfback Lonnie Irvin scored twice and 
fullback Mick Thompson made one TD. Coach Ivan 
Schottel alternated his first and second string back- 
fields to good advantage. The defensive unit was an 
especially bright spot as it recovered three Wildcat 
fumbles while holding the Nebraska team scoreless. 



SEPT. 26 — Game number two, against the Peru State 
Bobcats at Peru, Nebraska, saw the Bearcats roar to 
a 19-0 win after being held scoreless in the first half. 
A 69-yard punt return by halfback Mike Peterson set 
up the first touchdown early in the third quarter. 
With tackle Jim Redd and end Dave Ranum leading 
the way, fullback Mick Thompson hammered away at 
the left side of the line, scoring twice in the third 
quarter. The second TD came after tackle Dick Hienen 
recovered a fumbled quick kick. In the final quarter, 
Blue unit halfback Jim Blankenship raced 75 yards 
off tackle to record the 'Cats final score. 



MICK THOMPSON, sophomore fullback, 
struggles to free himself from an Emporia 
tackier. 



RON BRUMLEY, center, pulls out to lead 
an offensive charge into the Jewell sec- 
ondary. 



-All-MIAA end ED MAXWELL waits 
to receive one of his 18 passes as a 
Jewell lineman pursues. 




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End BOB HARVEY catches a pass and 
looks downfield for running room against 

Kirksville. 



Halfback LONNIE ERVIN, season tri-cap- 
tain, is stopped by a flying Kirksville tack- 
ier in the Homecoming game. 



Senior end DAVE RANUM watches 
intently before receiving a Papas 
pass against Kirksville. 



OCT. 3 — The Bearcats came from behind to win their 
home opener against William Jewell, 21-14, and to pre- 
serve their perfect record. A Mick Thompson-led drive 
in the second quarter resulted in one TD as quarter- 
back Leo Papas sneaked the ball over for the score. 
Soon after, Lonnie Irvin ran 33 yards from "his half- 
back position for a second score. At the half MSC led 
13-7. The Cardinals came back with seven points in 
the third quarter to take the lead. Then Thompson 
put the game on ice, going over from the two in the 
last quarter. A two-point conversion pass gave the 
Bearcats the last of their 21 points. 



OCT. 10 — Scoring in every quarter, the Bearcats 
simply ran over the Emporia Hornets 39-0' and ex- 
tended their win streak to four. Senior Lonnie Irvin 
scored twice in the first period, once running and 
once on a pass from Papas. A fumble recovered by 
guard Glenn Acksel set up the second Irvin TD. Blue 
unit fullback Dave Bussjaeger brought the hometown 
crowd to its feet with a 50-yard run off tackle in the 
second quarter. Halfback Jim Blankenship followed 
up with a five-yard TD from a pitchout by quarter- 
back Joe Exposito. Mario Balletti hiked the score to 
32-0 on a plunge from the one. An Exposito to Bob 
Harvey pass finished the scoring for the evening 



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ROGER SCHLEGEL, voted outstanding 
lineman of the Homecoming game, fights 
off a Cape lineman. 



HAL WITTBRODT, Bearcat punter, pre- 
pares to kick the team out of danger from 
Cape. 



MIKE PETERSON, starting right 
halfback, hauls in a Papas pass for a 
first down against the Bulldogs. 




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Reserve quarterback JOHN FLYNN 
picks up a few yards as a Kirksville 
defender tries to bring him down. 



Defensive specialist ADAM CHROWSTOW- 
SKI braces himself as he diagnoses a Cape 
play. 



BOB ALBANESE (34) AND MICK ROSS, 
deep men on the 'Cat kickoff return unit, 
get together to receive this Cape punt. 



OCT. 17 — MIAA conference play began against the 
Warrensburg Mules on the Bearcats' home ground. 
Led by Mick Thompson's 121 yards rushing, the 'Cats 
won 35-0. Thompson went 16 yards off tackle for the 
first touchdown. Joe Exposito passed to Mick Haverty 
for a 25-yard second quarter TD. After two third- 
period scores were called back, all-league quarterback 
Leo Papas hit halfback Mike Peterson on a scoring 
pass. 47 seconds later Lonnie Irvin intercepted a 
Mule pass on the 22 and ran it all the way back. In 
the final quarter Exposito and Dave Bussjaeger led 
the Blue team to paydirt. Bob Albanese carried for 
the TD. Credit for the fourth shutout in five games 



went to defensive team members Steve Johnson, Ron 
Beck, Dick Hienen, and Ron Brumley. 

OCT. 24 — Leo Papas led the Bearcats to their sixth 
straight win as they defeated Rolla 41-19 on the 
Miners' field. Papas completed 11 of 16 passes includ- 
ing one for a TD. Mick Thompson and Dave Ranum 
scored in the first quarter, Ranum on a Papas pass. 
The Miners came back to tie the game 13-13 at the 
half. Lonnie Irvin put PSC back into the lead with a 
15-yard sprint in the third quarter. Three TD's in the 
last period opened the game up as Mike Peterson, Jim 
Blankenship, and Bob Albanese all scored. 



MARIO BALLETTI, halfback, heads down- 
field for a first-and-ten against Emporia 
after a key block by RON BRUMLEY. 



JIM BLANKENSHIP, reserve half- 
back, strikes a classic pose to ward 
off a potential Cimiwii taclder 



Defensive standouts GLENN ACKSEL (65) 
and DICK HIENEN (73) stop a thrust by 
William Jewell. 




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Blue unit quarterback JOE EXPOSITO 
ducks under the charge of a Cape lineman. 



End STEVE JOHNSON fights with 
a Cape fullback in an effort to stop 
an extra-point kick. 



BOB REMPE, junior guard, stops an Em- 
poria end on a successful pass play. 



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inclnd- 
Ranirai 
s pass. 

at the 
with a 



OCT. 31 — Before a record - breaking Homecoming 
crowd of 11,500, the Bearcats lost a hard fought de- 
fensive battle to the Kirksville Bulldogs, eventual 
MIAA champions, 8-20. Twice in the second quarter 
Kirksville backs broke through the MSC line for 
touchdowns. After a 73-yard Hal Wittbrodt punt was 
called back, Kirksville drove into Bearcat territory 
and, aided by three 15-yard penalties, made their third 
TD. The Bearcats' one TD came in the final three 
minutes of play on a Leo Papas to Ed Maxwell pass. 

NOV. 7 — Intercepted passes, lost fumbles and bad 
breaks cost the Bearcats their second defeat as Cape 



Girardeau conquered them 6-35. The MSC team lost 
five passes and numerous fumbles including a fumbled 
fair catch on the MSC one yard line. The 'Cats' only 
score came on a final quarter drive by the Blue team 
with Joe Exposito taking the ball across. 

NOV. 14 — The injury-riddled Bearcats lost the last 
game of the season 0-42 to the Springfield Bears. With 
six key Bearcats sidelined including the top two quar- 
terbacks, the conference defending champion Bears 
ran away with the game. Sophomore quarterback Mike 
Corbett did connect for 90 yards passing in the final 
period but couldn't get the ball across the goal line. 



1(6) 



Sophomore tackle JIM PEREZ squares off for 
an elbow contest with a Warrensburg blocker. 



Defensive lineman LONNIE HAGAN 
swarms over an Emporia runner. 



Junior tackier RON BECK winces as 
he slams a William Jewell halfback 
to the ground. 




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CHEERLEADERS 




Marcene Severson, Pat Noah, Linda Chastain, Elaine Sherman, Celia Thompson, and Marge MacDonald 
cheer to the VICTORY SIGN! 



HOMECOMING 
RALLY 



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CHEERLEADERS 






Marge MacDonald 



Linda Chastain 



Celia Thompson 




Pat Noah 



Marcene Severson 



Elaine Sherman 




FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS: Gayle Bradfield, Barbara Harr, Peggy Wright, Beverly Sheetz. 



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TRANSFER PLAYERS AID BASKETBALL SQUAD 




Coach Dick Buckridge 



Lacking a big man, a high scorer, a solid defense, or 
consistency, the 1965 Bearcat basketball team limped 
through a 3 - 20 season. The 'Cats defeated one MIAA 
team and one non-conference foe and won the third on 
a forfeit. 

Having lost Nick Neira, Bob Crawford, and Ed 
Maxwell from last year's 5-18 team, Coach Dick Buck- 
ridge did not have the high calibre team he needed to 
compete in the MIAA. Transfer players Bob Marek from 
St. Joseph J. C, Joe Pierce from Denver U., Mike Simon 
from K-State, and Dick Hansen from Brigham Young 
bolstered the squad of three returning lettermen — Dave 
Remund, Bill Yeager, and Rich Woods. The Bearcats 
lacked experience and had not worked together long 
enough to have a consistently strong attack. 

The Bearcats won two of their first five games, 
dropping Wayne State 79-78 and William Jewell for- 
feited their game because of an ineligible player. In the 
final 18 contests, including three, in the MIAA Holiday 
Tournament, the MSC team managed to win only a 66- 
64 squeaker against conference foe Rolla. 

The Bearcats came up with a few good games only 
to lose them in the final minutes. The William Jewell, 
Peru State, and Pittsburg games were lost by a total of 
only five points. The 'Cats surprised N.A.I.A. power St. 
Benedicts with a strong first half effort, only to lose their 
momentum in the final period. Springfield also felt some 
Bearcat power as the 'Cats put on a 13 straight points 
rally in the closing minutes. 

Bright spots in a dismal season were the play of 
Marek, Pierce, Simon, Remund, and Mike Peterson, who 
came on strong in the last half of the season after break- 
ing his hand in football. Woods, who came back after a 
year's layoff, and Yeager also helped the Bearcat cause. 

The Freshman team, coached by Tom Mathews, won 
eight of ten games. Three promising freshman players 
who should 'add to next year's team are Elmer Klump, 
Duane Heitman, and Ron Howitt, all of whom played 
some varsity ball this year. 







The 1965 Varsity Basketball Team — Rich Woods, Dick Hansen, Dale Dawson, Mike Simon, Dave Remund, Coach 
Dick Buckridge, John Clemens, Bill Yeager, Bob Marek, Kermit Goslee, and Joe Pierce. 



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KETBALL RESULTS ( 
MSC 2 William Jewell ; 

MSC 72 Peru State 8^ 

MSC 79 Wayne State 7! 

MSC 69 Pittsburg 83 ' 

MSC 71 St. Benedicts 100 i 
MSC 64 Cape Girardeau 96 ] 

MSC 80 Rolla 94 
MSC 57 Cape Girardeau 90 

MSC 64 Peru State 6" 

MSC 64 Warrensburg 7; 

MSC 66 Rolla 6 

MSC 73 Wayi^gtote 9 

MSC 99 Buena Wsta 113 \ 
MSC 60 Kirksville 
MSC 77 Pittsburg 

MSC 68 Springfield 7b | 

MSC 60 Warrensburg 113 

MSC 70 St. Benedicts 97 I 

MSC 67 Springfield 88 

MSC 68 Kirksville 103 

-m MIAA HOLIDAY 

TOURNAMENT 

MSC 56 Warrensburg 72 

MSC 77 Kirksville 115 

MSC 68 Rolla 8*- 



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Bob Marek (40) watches as another Bearcat and an opposing player 
engage in a low-flying fight for the ball. 




Bob Marek, 6'3" junior forward, flips a 
lay-up back over the hand of a Wayne 
State player. 




Dave Remund, 6'5" junior center, 
leaps above two William Jewell de- 
fenders. 



Rich Woods, 6* senior guard, drives 
for a lay-up in the Warrensburg 
game. 



Bill Yeager, 6'4" junior forward, does 
some fancy footwork against Cape. 







Dale Dawson, 6'4" junior forward, 
encounters some difficulty getting off 
a jump shot. 



Kermit Goslee, 6' sophomore guard, 
uses skillful ball-handling to outwit 
a William Jewell Cardinal. 



Joe Pierce, 6'1" junior guard, drib- 
bles his way out of a Jewell player's 
reach. 




Mike Peterson, 5'10" sophomore 
guard, prepares to take the ball down 
court against St. Benedicts. 



Mike Simon, . 6'5" forward, scores a 
two-pointer against William Jewell. 



Bill Yeager goes for two more for 
the Bearcats. 



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Dick Hansen, 6'4" junior forward, 
waits tensely for a rebound. 



Elmer Klump, 6'3" freshman guard, 
goes high in the air for a jump shot. 



Ron Howitt, 6'4" freshman forward, 
gets off a one-handed jumper. 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD HAS 8-2 SEASON 




THE 1965 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: FIRST ROW: Coach Dick Buckridge, Jay Cain, Jim 
Bailey, Ron Wise, Gary Hartman, Vic Miller. SECOND ROW: Howard Simon, John Gough, Ron 
Howitt, Gary Hoover, Bob Braver, Duane Heitman, and Elmer Klump. 






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SWIMMERS SET 
SIX RECORDS 



Frank Fisher led the Bearcat swimming 
team to a 5-4 season while setting three new 
school records and scoring a total of 144 points. 

Six new records were set by the 1965 team. 
Fisher: 100-yd. free style (51.2), 200-yd. free 
style (2:03.8), and 60-yd. free style (28.9); 
John Ridgeway: 200-yd. breaststroke (2:35.6) ; 
Bill Watson: 200-yd. backstroke (2:28.9) ; and 
Ed Smith: 200-yd. butterfly (2:46). Fisher was 
also undefeated in the 100- and 200-yd. free- 
style events for the season. 

Other men who made major contributions 
to the MSC effort were Chuck Nureck, diving, 
Dave Ettelson, free style, Gary Foland, breast- 
stroke, Joe Logan, diving, P. D. Fields, butter- 
fly, and Sonny Spicer, diving. 

None of this year's team are seniors and 
coach Lewis Dyche will have several eligible 
transfer students and freshman prospects to 
make up a better 1966 squad. 




Three swimmers are off the blocks in a sprint event 
at the MSC pool. 



ON 




THE 1965 BEARCAT SWIM TEAM: FIRST ROW: Frank Fisher, 
P. D. Fields, Bill Watson, Larry White, Ron Jones. SECOND ROW: 
Coach Lewis Dyche, Gary McFarland, Ron Rusk, Dave Ettelson, Ed 
Smith, Steve Dempsey. THIRD ROW: Mervin Box, Jim Coleman, 
Joe Logan, John Ridgeway, and Randy Phillips. 



Diver Joe Logan pauses a 
moment mid-flight. 






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CAT WRESTLERS RANK 8th NATIONALLY 




Coach Jerry Landwer 



The Bearcat wrestlers smashed their way 
through twelve dual meet opponents to complete 
their second consecutive undefeated season and 
extend their unbeaten record to 36 straight. The 
'Cats have not been defeated since December, 
1962, when Omaha squeaked by 14-12. 

Conquests of such big college powers as 
Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Omaha have 
earned the MSC wrestlers eighth place ranking in 
the NCAA College Division. They closed out the 
season by defeating three other teams in a quad- 
rangular at Warrensburg before heading for the 
NCAA College Division Tournament. 

Ron "Jesse" James ranked at the top on 
points scored with 66 and most pins with nine. 
Following him in both categories were Allen 
Packer and Lonny Weiland, both rated Ail-Amer- 
icans at last year's NCAA tournament. Freshman 
Al Borkowski, wrestling in the 177-lb. class, 
racked up 42 points for fourth place in points 
scored. Alan Jensen was fifth with 35. 

Three front-liners will graduate : Co-captain 
Lonny Weiland, Larry Kilmer, and Alan Jensen. 
Coach Jerry Landwer needn't worry since he has 
a lot of depth in every class and a freshman team 
which defeated the Eastern Illinois freshman 
team. Packer, also co-captain, will be back next 
year. 




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The 1965 Bearcat wrestling team — FIRST ROW: Bert Allen, Arnold Thompson, Alan Jensen, 
Harvey Hallum, Jerry Mason, Ron James. SECOND ROW:' Bob Reece, Gary Grimes, Larry 
Kilmer, Allen Borkowski, Lonny Weiland, co-captain, Gary Randall, Al Packer, co-captain. 
THIRD ROW: Jeff Jones, John West, George George, John Whitcomb, Dan Gooding, Mike 
Healy, Bill Allen, Ron Scott, Paul Stehman. FOURTH ROW: Floyd Smith, Doug Baker, 
Charles Bickford, Doug Minnick, Rich Downing, John Swinson, Dave Stewart, Tim McGuire, 
Warrior Marshall, Ron Hager, and Juan Mohr. 



las 
ttve 







Al Borkowski, 177-lb. wrestler, agonizes as he 
forces his opponent down. 



All-American Allen Packer, 167 lbs., swings his 
Omaha opponent through the air. 



WRESTLING RESULTS 



MSC 33 


Kansas U. 


2 


MSC 27 Missouri U. 


3 


MSC 22 


William Jewell 


6 


MSC 29 Graceland 


13 


MSC 30 


Springfield 


15 


MSC 22 Omaha U. 


5 


MSC 28 


Warrensburg 


18 


MSC 31 Graceland 


8 


MSC 24 


Nebraska U. 


8 






MSC 26 


Tarkio 





TOURNAMENTS 




MSC 32 


Simpson 


5 


Graceland 1st 




MSC 24 


Parsons 


7 


Quadrangular at Warrensburg 1st 







Gary Grimes,. 147 lbs., executes a tricky 
arm hold. 



Three-year letterman Alan Jensen maneuvers for 
leverage to pin a Nebraska Cornhusker. 



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1964 TRACK TEAM 
SETS SCHOOL MARKS 



Although the 1964 Bearcat track team had 
an indifferent season in the won-lost column, it 
did succeed in setting three new school records. 

Leigh Ragle, a junior weightman, now holds 
the MSC shot put record with a 48 feet 8 inches 
performance. A team of James Schope, Peter 
Meindertsma, John Craig, and Mike Ross lowered 
the 440-yard relay record to 43.9 seconds. And 
Dan Haskell, Phil Frahm, Meindertsma, and Craig 
smashed the old mile relay mark with a 3 :24.4 
timing. 

Other outstanding performers who consistant- 
ly scored points for the Bearcats were Larry Rich- 
ardson in the high jump, Ken Cheves in the broad 
jump, and Ken Carver in the shotput. 

Opening the season with two wins in three 
dual meets, the track men finished last in the 
MIAA indoor meet, sixth at the Graceland Relays, 
and again last at the MIAA outdoor meet at 
Kirksville. 

Members of the 1964 team, which was 
coached by Earl Baker, other than those men- 
tioned above, were Tom Boatright, Larry Brandt, 
Tom Casey, Bruce Falk, Joe Logan, Dennis Schn- 
athorst, John Sherbo, Larry Clem, John Hull, and 
David Schnathorst. 





By a chin — Anchorman Phil Frahm breaks the tape just ahead 
of the Peru runner to win the mile relay. 







TRACK RESULTS 










Indoor 








MSC 


46 






Peru 




54 


MSC 


63V 2 




Tarkio 




27i/ 2 


MSC 


70 






Tarkio 




21 






Outdoor 








MSC 


52 


Springfield 


82 


William Jewell 


49 


MSC 


70 


Washburn 


70 








MSC 


89 


Peru 


47 








MSC 


67l/ 2 


Peru 


81 


Tarkio 




2IV2 


MSC 


113 


Tarkio 


22 








MSC 


731/2 


Graceland 


68 1/2 








MIAA Indoor Meet 






5th 


place 


Graceland Relays 






5th 


place 


MIAA Outdoor Meet 






6th place 




5 

li 



j 

li 

3 



Up and over — almost — Polevaulter Larry Crow 
brushes against the crossbar in an attempt in the 
Peru meet. 



With the greatest of ease — Mick Ross flies through the air 
to score points for the Bearcats in the broad jump. 



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21 
49 



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TENNIS SQUAD 
WINS 13 MEETS 



The phenomenally successful Bearcat tennis 
team swept all thirteen of its dual meets and 
placed a creditable third in the MIAA conference 
meet to complete one of the most successful sea- 
sons the team has enjoyed in recent years. 

The MSC dual meet record now stands at 70 
wins, 6 losses, and 1 tie, ranking the Bearcats high 
in Midwest tennis circles. 

Coached by Robert Gregory and led by No. 
1 player Neil Reynolds, the team was composed 
of lettermen Stan DeCosmo, Bruce Horrell, Wayne 
Mains, and Bob Schaag and Larry Harms, Richard 
Sellers, Dean Hammon, and Jerry Newman. Dr. 
Frank Grube assisted in coaching the team. 

A team of Reynolds and Mains placed third 
in the doubles competition at the MlAA meet. 




Stan DeCosmo makes a forehand return. 




MSC 6 
MSC 7 
MSC 9 
MSC 7 
MSC 6 
MSC 6 
MSC 5 
MSC 6 



TENNIS RESULTS 



Peru 

Mankato State 2 

Tarkio 

Win Jewell 2 

Park College 1 

St. Jo Jr. College 1 

Warrensburg 4 

Peru 1 



MSC 7 
MSC 5 
MSC 6 
MSC 9 
MSC 9 



Wm Jewell 2 

Parsons College 4 
St. Jo Jr. College 
Warrensburg 
Tarkio 



MIAA Tournament 
tie for third 



1964 Tennis Squad 




"Wow! I didn't think I'd get that one," 
says Larry Harms. 



Left to right: Bruce Horrell, Stan DeCosmo, Larry Harms, 
Wayne Mains, Neil Reynolds, and Bob Schaag. 



285 




On the way — Pitcher Steve Croley lets fly to catcher Ed Schultz as Jim Jacksor 
shortstop, watches. 



JIM JACKSON LEADS TEAM 
m TOP BASEBALL SEASON 

Under the guidance of Coach Burton Richey, the Bearcat baseball 
team compiled its most successful season to date, winning 15 games 
while losing only 7. 

Shortstop Jim Jackson, who led the team in batting average with 
.384 and in runs batted in with 23, was honored as the Bearcats' most 
valuable player. Jackson also tied Gary Shaw for the lead in stolen 
bases with 10. Shaw was the top home run slugger. 

Ron Brumley, top pitcher in 1963, was again best in that depart- 
ment. With a 7-1 record and 40 strike outs, he was a major factor in 
the good showing made by the Bearcats. Co-captains Bob Crawford and 
Bernie Ricono, as well as seniors Howard Rolfe, Steve Croley, and 
Randy Wolcott, contributed to the effort. 

Lettermen who will be returning next season are Jackson, Shaw, 
Brumley, Jerry Albin, Benny Cain, Ron Harris, Lonnie Irvin, Ed Max- 
well, Ed Schultz, Robert Albanese, and Larry Messerli. 



BASEBALL 




RESULTS 






MSC 


5 




Morningside 


2 




MSC 


14 


13 


Tarkio 


3 


2 


MSC 


11 


7 


Creighton 


3 


3 


MSC 


9 


1 


Peru 


1 


5 


MSC 


3 


3 


St. Benedicts 


4 


2 


MSC 


3 


3 


Warrensburg 


12 


4 


MSC 


9 


1 


Simpson 


6 


10 


MSC 


1 


2 


Warrensburg 


2 





MSC 


2 


4 


Rockhurst 





2 


MSC 


25 




Tarkio 


3 




MSC 


4 


7 


Nebraska Wesleyan 2 





MSC 


1 


6 


William Jewell 


10 


2 





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It's a hit — Freshman third baseman 
Jerry Albin takes a hefty cut and con- 
nects. 



You're out — First baseman Ed Maxwell steps 
on the bag to retire an opposing runner. 



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GOLF RESULTS 




MSC 


7 


Wm Jewell 


8 


MSC 


6 


Kirksville 


9 


MSC 


4 


Warrensburg 


11 


MSC 


4 


Warrensburg 


11 


MSC 


11 


Graceland 


4 


MSC 


12 


Peru 


3 


MSC 


11 


Peru 


4 


MSC 


5 


Wm Jewell 


10 


MSC 


9 


Graceland 


6 



Don Peterson grimaces as he waits for his putt to sink in a match at the 
Country Club course. 



GOLFERS JUST UNDER RREAK EVEN POINT 



Six members of the Bearcat golf team were awarded 
letters by Coach Ryland Milner at the close of the 1964 
season in which the golfers were just under the .500 
mark with a 4 — 5 record. 

Veterans Don Peterson and Bob Pettegrew paced 
the team with the assistance of newcomers Steve Ander- 
son, Bert Hanson, and Jerry Robey. Other team mem- 
bers were Larry Nelson, Charles Allison, and Gary 
Barber. 

Defeating Peru State and Graceland College each 
twice, the MSC team lost to MIAA champs Warrensburg, 
William Jewell, and Kirksville. The Bearcats placed last 
at the MIAA tournament to end the season. Both Hanson 
and Allen made good showings at the meet. 

Next year's team should show improvement as the 
golfers become more experienced. None of the lettermen 
are seniors. 





Steve Anderson displays good golfing form as he tees off. Teammate 
Bob Pettegrew, second from left, and Peru State opponents watch. 



Bob Pettegrew prepares to stroke a putt 
in match play against Peru State. 



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MARTINDALE JYMNA 





MALE GYMNASIUM 






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WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL: FIRST ROW: Carol Woverton, Gano Whetstone, Jan 
Merrill, Peggy Wright, assistant co-chairman, Cheryl Cain, Kathy Bogdas, over-all chairman. 
SECOND ROW: Sue Wagers, Deloris Carr, Kathy Smith, Joleene Larimore, Linda Kay Drum- 
mond, co-chairman, and Linda Greenwood. 



The Women's Intramural Council provided 
four activities — bowling, volleyball, basketball, 
and softball — for the women of the college to 
participate in. The Delta Zeta sorority was 
awarded the supremacy trophy for last year's ac- 
tivities. 

Over 400 women took part in the intramural 
program, twice the previous year's total. A Hud- 
son Hall team captured the 1965 volleyball title 
and the P.E.M. Club won the bowling tournament. 

Under the chairmanship of Kathy Bogdas the 
council offered leisure-time activities two or three 
nights a week. The sports give the participants a 
chance for physical exercise and a chance to keep 
physically fit. 



W : 
special j 
director. 



WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL PR0( 




Touchi 

ner o] 



Volleyball players warm up before the big match 



290 




VERAL 






MSC dance students participate in a 
special practice session with a visiting 
director. 




A recreation class learns a new game in the Martindale gymnasium. 



PROGRAM OFFERS ACTIVITIES 





Touche' — A fencing student scores a foil bending strike to 
her opponent's chest protector. 



En garde — Masked fencers square off for sonfe 
action in the women's fencing class. 



291 




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GYMNj 



292 






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GYMNASIUM 









MEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL: Tom Mathews, director, Ed Smith, John Hill, Mike Mc- 
Laughlin, Lee King, Jim Graves, student director. 

FIFTEEN SPORTS COMPRISE MEN'S 
INTRAMURAL PROGRAM 



The Intramural Commission, under the 
leadership of Intramural Director Tom Mat- 
hews and Student Intramural Director Jim 
Graves, worked to provide a broad and inter- 
esting sports program for all non-varsity ath- 
letes on the campus. 

For the first time the competition was di- 
vided into two leagues — Independent and Fra- 
ternity. The league champions played each 
other for the all-school championship trophies 
and medals in each sport. 

The intramural program had over 915 men 
participating in five fall sports — football, ten- 
nis, tug - of - war, swimming, and wrestling. 
Audience participation was good with crowds 
of three to five hundred attending the all-school 



championship football and wrestling events. 

Other intramural sports offered to the men 
during the winter were basketball, bowling, in- 
door track, smash, volleyball, ping pong, and 
badminton. To finish out the intramural sports 
season were the spring sports — golf, Softball, 
and outdoor track. 

Fall results: the independent Zero team 
defeated the Phi Sig Zombies for the touch foot- 
ball championship; Jim Schilling and Jim and 
Bob Schilling won the tennis singles and 
doubles; the TKE's won the tug-of-war; the 
Flipper 4 independent team swept seven of 
eight swimming events; and independents won 
six of the ten wrestling weight divisions. 




294 



Two teams square off in the intramural tug-of-war contest while referee Chuck Nurek (center) 
watches center marker. 





Mike McLaughlin of the Phi Sig Zombies breaks 
up a pass play by the Zero's Jerry Hansen. 



John Locke catches a pass during the in- 
tramural championship game. 




A couple of co-educational bike racers compete in 
the walk-out day contests. 





With the encouragement of another 
participant, four intramural swimmers 
thrash through the water. 



Under the watchful eye of practice teacher 'Ed 
Schultz, a P.E. student tries a badminton serve. 



295 



IN RECOGNITION 




William Trago Garrett 



Mrs. Vincent (Thelma) Smith received 
her B.S. degree from Northwest Missouri 
State College in 1927 and her R.N. from St. 
Joseph School of Nursing in 1933. After 
teaching at Nishnabotna High School for a 
year, she came to MSC, where she was head 
nurse. "Smitty," as she was known on cam- 
pus, was well respected for her sincerity and 
kindness. She has five children. 



William Trago Garrett, present Chairman of 
the Department of Biology, will retire July 1, 
1965. 

Mr. Garrett was born in Portland, Missouri, 
and received his B.A. degree from Westminster 
College in 1923 and his M.S. degree from the 
University of Chicago in 1928. From 1923 to 
1927, Mr. Garrett taught at Arkansas College in 
Batesville, Arkansas, after which he came to 
Northwest Missouri State College as an assistant 
professor. He has also done graduate work at the 
University of Chicago. 

Since coming to MSC, Mr. Garrett has served 
as sponsor to Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity since 
1931 and has been a member of the Faculty coun- 
cil and religious, emphasis committee. He was 
elected to the Society of Sigma Xi in 1928, and 
is a member of such organizations as: National 
Association of Biology Teachers, American Asso- 
ciation of Advanced Science, Missouri Archaeol- 
ogy Association, Missouri Audobon Society, The 
Nature Conservancy, National Geography Soci- 
ety, American Institute of Biological Sciences, 
and the Danforth Foundation. He has been a Boy 
Scout examiner and active in the Methodist 
Church since 1927. 




Mrs. Thelma "Smitty" Smith 



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EN MEMORIAM 




E. A. (LEFTY) DAVIS 

Retired Faculty Member 

December 28, 1889-February 13, 1965 



MRS. ERMA COULTER 
February 23, 1927-January 6, 1965 




SLADE JACKSON 
July 9, 1944-April 5, 1964 



TOM YATES 
June 6, 1944-July 13, 1964 



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Index 



ORGANIZATIONS 

ACE 161 

Administration 26 

Advisory Council 137 

Agriculture Club 173 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 234 

Alpha Phi Omega 142 

Alpha Psi Omega 142 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 222 

Associated Women Students 178 

Baptist Student Union 190 

Baseball 286 

Basketball 276 

Blue Key 43 

Board of Regents 22 

Book Club 147 

Cardinal Key 43 

Cheerleaders 274 

Christmas Dance 262 

Class Officers 47 

Colden Hall 40 

Colhecon 168 

Commencement, Spring 44 

Commencement, Summer 45 

Dance Club 148 

Dedication 10 

Delta Psi Kappa 163 

Delta Zeta 224 

Dolphins 259 

Drama Club 149 

Dramatics 254 

Faculty 28 

Farm 172 

Festival of the Arts 246 

Fine Arts Building 150 

Football 268 

Freshmen 104 

Gamma Delta 192 

Gamma Sigma Sigma 144 

Globetrotters 263 

Golf 287 

Graduate Students 135 

Hanging of the Greens 260 

Harvest Moon Ball 253 

Homecoming 210 

Homecoming Committee 218 

Home Management House 166 

Honors Banquet 134 

Horace Mann Building 160 

Hudson Hall Council and Counselors 

181 
Inauguration 16 
Industrial Arts Building 174 
Industrial Arts Club 175 
In Memoriam 297 
Interfraternity Council 220 
Juniors 70 
Kappa Delta Pi 134 
Kappa Omicron Phi 168 
Kappa Pi 148 
KDLX 149 

Liahona Fellowship 187 
Library 146 
Married Students 194 
Men's Dormitories 182 
Men's Dormitory Council 184 
Men's Dormitory Counselors 184 
Music 153 
Newman Club 186 
Northwest Missourian 140 
Office Staff 35 
Panhellenic Council 220 
PEM Club 163 
Perrin Hall Council and Counselors 

179 
Phi Lambda Chi 236 
Phi Mu 226 
Phi Sigma Epsilon 232 
Pi Beta Alpha 170 
Pi Kappa Delta 152 
Pi Omega Pi 170 
President of College 15 
President Emeritus 21 
Recognition of Retiring Faculty 296 
Religious Emphasis Week 185 
Roberta Hall Council and Counselors 

179 
Seniors 48 

Sigma Phi Dolphins 259 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 228 



Sigma Tau Gamma 238 

SNEA 162 

Social Science Club 164 

Sophomores 86 

Student Senate 136 

Student Wives 169 

Swim Team 281 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 240 

Tennis 285 

Tornado 264 

Tower Dance 204 

Tower Staff 138 

Track 284 

Ugly Man Contest 145 

Union Building 200 

Union Board 202 

United Campus Christian Fellowship 

193 
Veterans' Club 171 
Walk-Out Day 
Wesley Foundation 188 
Women's Dormitories 176 
Women's Intramurals 190 
Women's Intramural Council 
Wrestling 282 
Young Democrats 165 
Young Republicans 165 

PERSONNEL INDEX 

Foster, Robert P. (Dr.) 3, 14, 15, 

16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 44, 45, 

135 221 
Achut'han, M. Radh (Mr.) 28 
Akes, Zelma (Mrs.) 28 
Alloway, Marolyn (Mrs.) 37 
Angman, Berndt (Dr.) 28, 164, 165 
Arthur, Pauline (Mrs.) 28 
Baisya, Hira (Mr.) 28 
Baker, Earl (Mr.) 28, 269 
Barratt, George (Mr.) 28 
Barrows, Floyd (Mr.) 28, 96, 164, 165 
Beeks, John (Dr.) 28 
Belcher, Luther (Mr.) 10, 11, 22, 

23, 27, 120, 202, 209 
Bell, Rebecca (Miss) 28 
Beuerman, Donald (Mr.) 28 
Blankenship, Bill (Mr.) 28 
Boone, Luke (Mr.) 28 
Bouska, Virginia (Mrs.) 28 
Brekke, Jerald (Mr.) 28 
Bright, Mina (Mrs.) 36 
Brown, Everett (Mr.) 27, 145 
Brown, Leta (Mrs.) 28 
Browning, Edward (Mr.) 28, 170 
Browning, Sharon (Mrs.) 28 
Buckridge, Richard (Mr.) 28, 276, 

280 
Carpenter, Sam (Dr.) 28 
Cates, Gayle (Miss) 28 
Cato, Julia (Miss) 28 
Collings, Susan (Mrs.) 36 
Compton, Carol (Miss) 37 
Cook, Mabel (Miss) 28 
Cooper, Martha (Mrs.) 35 
Cornelison, Mary (Mrs.) 36 
Crist, LeRoy (Dr.) 28, 175 
Crozier, David (Mr.) 29, 175 
Dady, Milan (Dr.) 29 
Dawson, Pearl (Miss) 27 
Denning, ElVirga (Miss) 29 
DeVore, Elwyn (Dr.) 29 
Dieterich, H. R. (Mr.) 29, 137 
Dreps, Joseph (Dr.) 29 
Dunbar, Vida (Miss) 29 
Dunn, Martha (Mrs.) 29 
Dyche, Lewis (Mr.) 29, 269, 281 
Dyke, Dorothy (Mrs.) 29 
Dyke, Durward (Mr.) 29 
Farquhar, Edward (Dr.) 29 
Ferguson, Ruth (Miss) 29 
Fischer, Duane (Dr.) 29, 164 
Fisher, Carolyn (Mrs.) 29 
Froelich, Donald (Mr.) 29, 175 
Fry, Charles (Mr.) 29, 217 
Fuhrman, John (Mr.) 27 
Fulsom, Ralph (Dr.) 29, 250 
Garrett, William (Mr.) 29, 2.96 
Gayler, George (Dr.) 29 
George, Howard (Dr.) 29 
Gleason, James (Dr.) 29 
Gorsuch, Anna (Miss) 29, 186 



Graham, Avis (Mrs.) 29 
Gregory, Robert (Mr.) 30, 269 
Gregory, Shirley (Miss) 36 
Grube, Frank (Dr.) 1, 3, 25, 30, 43, 

45, 138, 139, 147 
Gutzmer, Marvin (Mr.) 30 
Haag, Janet (Mrs.) 37 
Handke, Frederic (Mr.) 30 
Handke, Lillian (Mrs.) 30 
Hansen, Mable (Mrs.) 34 
Harr, John (Dr.) 30, 134, 164, 218 
Harris, Emma (Mrs.) 35 
Hart, Richard (Mr.) 30 
Hassenplug, H. Fred (Mr.) 30 
Hassenplug, Louise (Mrs.) 30 
Herzig, John (Mr.) 30 
Hildebrand, Dorothy (Mrs.) 34, 181 
Higginbotham, H. K. (Dr.) 30 
Hillix, Virginia (Mrs.) 30 
Hinkhouse, James (Mr.) 30 
Hinshaw, George (Mr.) 30, 152 
Houghton, Floyd (Mr.) 30, 172 
Hunter, Violette (Miss) 30 
Hurst, James (Mr.) 30, 164 
Hurst, Jean (Mrs.) 30 
Jackson, Laura (Miss) 30 
Jackson, Mary (Miss) 30 
Johnson, James (Mr.) 30 
Jones, J. W. (Dr.) 18, 20, 21, 23, 

44, 45, 134 
Kalisch, Philip (Mr.) 30 
Kensinger, Clifford (Mr.) 30 
Kessler, Carolyn (Mrs.) 30 
Knittl, Esther (Mrs.) 31 
Koerble, Betty (Mrs.) 31 
Koerble, Charles (Dr.) 23, 26, 43, 

135, 136, 137 
Lafferty, Kerry (Mr.) 31, 149 
Lafferty, William (Dr.) 31 
LaHue, Helen (Mrs.) 34, 180 
Landwer, Gerald (Mr.) 31, 282 
Lasley, Jack (Mr.) 26, 184, 220 
Lee, Peter (Mr.) 31 
Lemley, Charles (Dr.) 31 
Lewis, Carol (Mrs.) 36 
Licklider, Karen (Miss) 26 
Lloyd, Eva (Mrs.) 31 
Lock, Maxine (Mrs.) 34 
Long, Myrl (Mr.) 31, 142 
Long, Nancy (Mrs.) 31 
Loveland, Lois (Miss) 31 
Lowe, James (Mr.) 31, 164, 165 
MacCoy, Joseph (Dr.) 31 
Magill, Bonnie (Miss) 31 
Matthews, Thomas (Mr.) 31, 294 
Mauzey, Elaine (Mrs.) 31 
Maxwell, Janice (Mrs.) 36 
McKee, Kathryn (Miss) 31, 161 
Middleton, James (Mr.) 31 
Midland, Dale (Mr.) 31 
Miller, Leon (Dr.) 17, 23, 26, 135, 

171 
Miller, Ruth (Miss) 31, 153 
Milner, Ryland (Mr.) 31 
Minter, Kenneth (Dr.) 31 
Mitchell, Byron (Mr.) 19, 31, 154, 

248 
Mitchell, Frances (Mrs.) 31, 248 
Moore, Margaret (Mrs.) 36 
Morris, Homer (Mr.) 32, 140 
Moss, Earle (Mr.) 32, 158, 250 
Moss, Robert (Mr.) 32 
Mueller, Irene (Dr.) 32 
Needels, William (Mr.) 27, 43, 202 
Nelson, Harold (Mr.) 32 
Nystrom, Ruth (Mrs.) 35 
O'Connor, Helen (Miss) 27 
Pagel, Evelyn (Miss) 32 
Palling, Barbara (Miss) 32 
Patterson, Mary (Mrs.) 32 
Peel, Donald (Mr.) 32 
Pendleton, William (Dr.) 32 
Perkins, Cleo (Mrs.) 34 
Peterson, Carolyn (Miss) 32 
Pyle, Judith (Mrs.) 32 
Quinn, Eva (Mrs.) 37 
Raines, Gladys (Mrs.) 37 
Randolph, Ellen (Mrs.) 32 
Richey, Burton (Dr.) 32 
Riddle, Kathryn (Dr.) 32 



298 






Ringold, Howard (Mr.) 1, 32, 138, 

139, 175, 207, 209 
Rivers, Charles (Dr.) 32 
Robertson, Donald (Mr.) 32, 148 
Ross, Neva (Miss) 32, 161, 187 
Rounds, C. Ward (Mr.) 32 
Saemisch, Juda (Mrs.) 36 
Sandford, Donald (Dr.) 32, 159, 250 
Sandford, Mary (Mrs.) 32, 158, 159 
Saucerman, James (Mr.) 32 
Savage, Dean (Mr.) 32 
Schottel, Ivan (Mr.) 33, 89, 269 
Schroeder, Eugene (Mr.) 33 
Scott, Billy (Dr.) 33 
Sellers, Esther (Mrs.) 36 
Sheetz, Lula (Mrs.) 33 
Shelden, Miriam (Miss) 33 
Sherman, Faye (Mrs.) 37, 235 
Simmons, Gayle (Dr.) 33 
Simmons, Rowena (Mrs.) 33 
Smay, John (Dr.) 33, 153, 250 
Smith, Donald (Dr.) 33, 43 
Smith, Thelma (Mrs.) 296 
Solheim, Jerome (Mr.) 33 
Steele, C. Frances (Mrs.) 27 
Sunkel, Mary (Mrs.) 33 
Sunkel, Robert (Mr.) 33, 148, 249 
Surphlis, Ross (Mr.) 33, 171 
Tackett, William (Dr.) 33 
Thate, Charles (Dr.) 26, 79 
Thompson, Elsie (Mrs.) 33 
Thompson, Herbert (Mr.) 33, 142 
Thompson, Kenneth (Mr.) 33, 136, 

175 202 
Treese, William (Mr.) 33 
Trubey, Donald (Mr.) 33 
Valk, Donald (Mr.) 33, 43, 175, 269 
Vogt, Glen (Mr.) 27 
Wake, Bruce (Mr.) 34, 184 
Walker, Dorothy (Mrs.) 33 
Walker, Wanda (Dr.) 33, 162 
Weichinger, Theodore (Mr.) 33, 193 
Weigand, Dorothy (Miss) 33 
Weir, E. Lee (Mr.) 34, 43, 175 
West, Gloria (Mrs.) 37 
Whitney, Gilbert (Mr.) 34, 153, 155, 

248, 262 
Widger, Calvin (Mr.) 34, 164 
Williams, Agatha (Mrs.) 36 
Winsor, Jerry (Mr.) 34, 152 
Winzenread, Marvin (Mr.) 34 
Wire, Margaret (Mrs.) 34, 179 
Wolcott, Sue (Mrs.) 36 
Zahnd, Carole (Mrs.) 34, 170, 190 
Zirfas, Monica (Mrs.) 35 

STUDENT INDEX 

Abarr, Dawn, Albany, Missouri, 86, 

188 
Abildtrup, Michael, Audubon, Iowa, 

103, 165 
Acksel, Karlene, Guilford, Missouri, 

222 
Acksel, Glennon, Guilford, Missouri, 

5, 43, 46, 48, 136, 137, 206, 207, 

218, 220, 239, 269, 270, 272 
Adams, Beverly, Harlan, Iowa, 103 
Adams, Charlotte, Kellerton, Iowa, 

103 
Adams, Meta, Chicopee Falls, 

Massachusetts, 103, 190 
Adams, Michael, Corning, Iowa, 103 
Adams, Rose, King City, Missouri, 

153, 154, 156, 158, 159, 162, 225, 

250 
Adams, William, Port Crane, New 

York, 103 
Adkins, John, Liberty, Missouri, 103, 

190 
Adwell, Suecilla, Shenandoah, Iowa, 

70, 161, 178 
Agre, Marilyn, Bayard, Iowa, 48, 

144, 162, 188 
Agre, Sally, Bayard, Iowa, 103, 188 
Ahnen, Phyllis, Orient, Iowa, 248 
Ahrens, Larry, Elmwood, Nebraska, 

103 
Akers, Alice, Exira, Iowa, 48, 134, 

161, 180 



Albanese, Robert, Providence, Rhode 

Island, 269, 272 
Albert, Patricia, Van Meter, Iowa, 

103, 111 
Albertson, Charla, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 152, 154, 155, 190, 206, 

208, 248 
Albin, Jerald, Independence, 

Missouri, 269, 286 
Alexander, Steve, Hopkins, Missouri 

103 
Aley, Leland, Maryville, Missouri, 

192 
Allen, Albert, Esmond, Rhode 

Island, 86 
Allen, Carol, Maysville, Missouri, 

103 
Allen, Cheryl, Liberty, Missouri, 103 
Allen, Earnest, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 103, 142 
Allen, Harold. Gower, Missouri, 103 
Allen, Mary, Maryville, Missouri, 86 
Allen, Michael, Platte City, 

Missouri, 103 
Allen, Ronald, Red Oak, Iowa, 235 
Allen, William, Maryville, Missouri, 

70 
Allpress, James, Lineville, Iowa, 103 
Allwood, Jerry, Maysville, Missouri, 

70, 164 
Almquist, Rozanne, Essex, Iowa, 

103, 165 
Ambrosier, Roger, Shenandoah, 

Iowa, 1, 70, 138, 209, 232 
Andersen, Curtis, Exira, Iowa, 103 
Andersen, Dale, Walnut, Iowa, 103 
Andersen, Larry, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 48 
Anderson, Carmen, Amazonia, 

Missouri, 228 
Anderson, Donald, Gower, Missouri, 

86 
Anderson, Gary, Corning, Iowa, 48, 

232 
Anderson, Gerald, Maryville, 

Missouri, 232 
Anderson, Glen, Clarksdale, 

Missouri, 70 
Anderson, Judith, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 48 
Anderson, Larry, Essex, Iowa, 70, 

218, 220, 234, 235 
Anderson, Leonard, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 70, 149, 234, 235, 254, 257 
Anderson, Marvel, Lake View, Iowa, 

103, 168, 188 
Anderson, Margaret, New Market, 

Iowa, 48, 225 
Anderson, Phyllis, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 47, 70 
Anderson, Robert, Glenwood, Iowa, 

70 
Anderson, Ronald, Hopkins, 

Missouri, 103, 235 
Anderson, Ronald, Red Oak, Iowa, 

48, 172 

Anderson, Steve, Maryville, 

Missouri, 287 
Andes, Pamela, Tarkio, Missouri, 

49, 178 

Andrews, William, Helena, Missouri, 

103 
Annan, Maribeth, Coin, Iowa, 30, 

168, 181 
Anthony, Fred, Des Moines, Iowa, 

48 
Appleman, Jackie, Maryville, 

Missouri, 86 
Appleman, -Norma, Maryville, 

Missouri, 86 
Arbanella, Fred, Kenosha, 

Wisconsin, 103 
Arbuckle, Janet, Omaha, Nebraska, 

103, 140 
Archer, Leonard, Maryville, 

Missouri, 103 
Arens, Kenneth, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 86 
Arment, Dennis, Grinnell, Iowa, 103 
Armiritroift, Michael, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 70, 142, 184, 193 



Armstrong, Arlen, Parnell, Missouri, 

70 
Armstrong, Margaret, Gravity, 

Iowa, 86 
Arnion, Howard, Maryville, 

Missouri, 103 
Arnold, Betty, Murray, Iowa, 103, 

155, 188 
Arnold, Robert, Smithville, 

Missouri, 70, 165, 170 
Arnoldini, Dan, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 

269 
Arrington, Richard, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 104 
Atha, Charlotte, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 70 
Atkinson, Mary, Chillicothe, 

Missouri, 104 
Audo, Clarence, Carl Junction, 

Missouri, 86 
Augustine, Keith, Maryville, 

Missouri, 49, 152, 254, 257, 258 
Austin, Ronald, Lathrop, Missouri, 

86, 269 
Ayers, Evelyn, Martinsville, 

Missouri, 49, 251 
Ayers, Janet, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 

104 
Babcock, Arlo, Maryville, Missouri, 

70 
Babcock, Gerald, Platte City, 

Missouri, 86 
Babcock, Lana, Agency, Missouri, 

49, 144, 153, 155 
Badger, Donald, Maryville, Missouri, 

49, 
Bahler, Lynda, Oregon, Missouri, 

104, 149, 153, 254 
Bailey, Carol, Raytown, Missouri, 

104, 155, 188 
Bailey, Donald, Marion, Iowa, 86, 

237 
Bailey, James, Ottumwa, Iowa, 280 
Bailey, Linda, Liberty, Missouri, 86 
Bailey, Ronald, Elmo, Missouri, 104 
Bain, Lnida, Cainsville, Missouri, 

104 
Baker, Barbara, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 104 
Baker, Cynthia, Humeston, Iowa, 

104, 110, 168 
Baker, Elizabeth, Harlan, Iowa, 70, 

161, 162, 193 
Baker, Jeanne, Humeston, Iowa, 104 
Baker, Margery, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 70, 144, 190 
Baker, Robert, Elmhurst, Illinois, 

70, 147, 149, 164, 165 
Baker, Tommy, Maryville, Missouri, 

49 
Baker, Virginia, Maryville, 

Missouri, 264 
Baker, William, Algona, Iowa, 241 
Balettie, Mario, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 70, 269, 272 
Ballain, Marilyn, Maryville, 

Missouri, 70 
Ballentine, William, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 104 
Balleu, Alan, McFall, Missouri, 86 
Ballinger, James, Hannibal, 

Missouri, 269 
Banes, Marsha, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 104, 178, 
Banks, Constance, Winterset, Iowa, 

86 
Banning, Johnathon, Knoxville, 

Iowa, 241 
Banwart, Ronald, Ottosen, Iowa, 70 
Barber, Margaret, Denver, Missouri, 

70 
Barge, Shiron, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 104 
Barker, Jim, Winston, Missouri, 104 
Barker, Karen, Nodaway, Iowa, 49, 

134, 162, 164 
Barker, Lora, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 104 
Barlow, Randall, Red Oak, Iowa, 86, 

165 
Barnes, Jeff, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

49 



299 



Barnes, Joy, Parnell, Missouri, 104 
Barnes, Larry, Grinnell, Iowa, 86 
Barnes, Robert, Savannah, Missouri, 

49 
Barr, David, Blue Island, Illinois, 

86, 105 
Barrett, William, Westboro, 

Missouri, 86 
Barrett, Margaret, Skidmore, 

Missouri, 86 
Barten, Robert, Botna, Iowa, 104 
Bartlett, Rosanne, Mound City, 

Missouri, 104, 226 
Bassett, Kenneth, Excelsior Springs, 

Missouri, 104 
Bateman, Joseph, Red Oak, Iowa, 49 
Bateman, Richard, Maryville, 

Missouri, 250 
Baughman, Carla, Des Moines, 

Iowa, 104, 155 
Bauman, David, Maryville, Missouri, 

86 
Bauman, Gerald, Verdon, Nebraska, 

86 
Bauman, Melinda, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 73, 163 
Baumli, Cathy, Barnard, Missouri, 

104, 139, 154 
Baxter, Karl, Maryville, Missouri, 

157 
Bayles, James, Clairton, 

Pennsylvania, 240 
Bayless, Nora, Maryville, Missouri, 

49 
Beach, John, West Caldwell, New 

Jersey, 104 
Beal, Christie, Mound City, 

Missouri, 104, 163, 224 
Beaman, Lonna, Arispe, Iowa, 70 
Bears, Darwin, Skidmore, Missouri, 

70, 91, 164, 184, 241 
Beasing, William, Falls City, 

Nebraska, 104 
Beason, Frederick, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 49 
Beatty, Gary, Prescott, Iowa, 241 
Becher, Harvey, Maryville, 

Missouri, 70, 164, 165 
Beck, Donald, Sharpsburg, Iowa, 

104, 175 
Beck, Gene, Nodaway, Iowa, 175, 

218, 237 
Beck, Robert, Des Moines, Iowa, 49 
Beck, Ronald, Exira, Iowa, 104, 

269, 273 
Bedell, Freda, Shenandoah, Iowa, 

104 
Beem, Richard, Winterset, Iowa, 70, 

104, 251 
Beem, Rodney, Winterset, Iowa, 104 
Beemer, James, Bedford, Iowa, 104 
Beesley, Donna, Fortescue, Missouri, 

86, 154, 176 
Beggs, Sue, Maryville, Missouri, 104 
Beilstein, Robert, La Grange, 

Missouri, 49 
Belinger, Donald, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 104 
Belitz, Joseph, Omaha, Nebraska, 86 
Bell, David, Maryville, Missouri, 

104, 140, 141 
Bell, Edna, Maryville, Missouri, 70 
Bell, Herbert, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

175, 235 
Bell, Marvin, Maryville, Missouri, 

49, 140, 141 
Bell, Roger, Maryville, Missouri, 70, 

170, 171 
Bender, Kenneth, Ephrata, 

Pennsylvania, 105, 231 
Bender, Sandra, Bethany, Missouri, 

•49, 134, 170 
Bender, Terri, Lenox, Iowa, 105 
Benson, Clarence, Jefferson City, 

Missouri, 49 
Bentley, Marilyn, Macedonia, Iowa, 

105 
Benton, Larry, Carroll, Iowa, 86, 

153, 158 
Benton, Leonard, St. Joseph, 

Missouri, 105 



Bergstrom, John, Maryville, 

Missouri, 70 
Berti, Judith, Port Crane, New 

York, 86 
Best, Paul, Churdan, Iowa, 86 
Bevins, Robert, Grinnell, Iowa, 86 
Bibel, William, Chicago, Illinois, 86 
Bickford, Charles, Sand Springs, 

Oklahoma, 105 
Biggs, Sondra, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 105 
Billings, Linda, Indianola, Iowa, 105, 

226 
Bintner, David, Exira, Iowa, 70, 164 
Birchmier, Brenda, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 105 
Bird, Patricia, Omaha, Nebraska, 70, 

144, 259 
Birks, Linda, Logan, Iowa, 86, 248 
Bishop, Nancy, Maryville, Missouri, 

105 
Bittiker, Ken, Wathena, Kansas, 

248, 250, 262 
Bix, Mervin, Maryville, Missouri, 193 
Black, Elbert, St. Louis, Missouri, 

105, 142, 152, 154 
Black, Gene, Woodbine, Iowa, 105, 

153, 187 
Blackford, John, Burlington 

Junction, Missouri, 105 
Blackwell, Beth, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 105, 163 
Blakley, Leo, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

49 
Blankenship, James, Grandview, 

Missouri, 269, 272 
Bliss, Larry, Wamego, Kansas, 105 
Blom, Russell, Maryville, Missouri, 

86 
Bobst, Michael, Earlham, Iowa, 86, 

142, 165, 218 
Bodle, Mary, Maryville, Missouri, 71 
Boe, Judy, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 87, 

156, 157 
Boeck, Franklin, Manilla, Iowa, 87 
Bogardo, Charles, Homer, New 

York, 71, 235 
Bogdas, Kathy, New Hampton, Mis- 
souri, 49, 163, 209, 220, 223, 290 
Boggio, Frances, Dse Moines, Iowa, 

105 
Bogue, James, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 105 
Bohling, Catherine, Auburn, 

Nebraska, 87, 148, 163, 226, 227 
Bohnenblust, Jack, Pattonsburg, 

Missouri, 71, 239 
Bohnenkamp, Elizabeth, Omaha, 

Nebraska, 105, 168 
Bolin, Sharon, Coin, Iowa, 42, 49, 

134, 153, 248, 250 
Bolinger, Mary, Maryville, 

Missouri, 105 
Bollinger, Sherry, Union Star, Mis- 
souri, 87, 148, 154, 155, 159, 193, 

248, 250, 251 
Boltinghouse, Mary, Lenox, Iowa, 105 
Bolton, Joan, Maryville, Missouri, 250 
Bond, Burdette, Skidmore, Missouri, 

175 
Bonecutter, Terry, Des Moines, Iowa, 

87 
Booth, Martin, Colorado Springs, 

Colorado, 105 
Booth, Melvin, Bethany, Missouri, 87 
Booth, Ruby, Corning, Iowa, 71 
Booth, Travers, Colorado Springs, 

Colorado, 206, 219, 236 
Borchardt, Richard, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 71, 170 
Borkowski, Allan, Audubon, Iowa, 

105, 282, 283 
Boswell, Lorrane, Oregon, Missouri, 

105 
Boudewyns, Kathleen, Des Moines, 

Iowa, 105, 186 
Bouska, Linda, Ravenwood, Mo., 47, 

50, 71, 223, 234 
Bovaird, Dean, Corning, Iowa, 105, 

172 
Bowen, Laura, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

71 



Bowen, Marvin, Benton, Iowa, 71, 

162, 170 

Bower, David, Bridgewater, Iowa, 105 

Bowers, Judith, Lathrop, Missouri, 
87, 162, 177, 181 

Bowling, Earlita, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 
71 

Bowman, James, Albany, Missouri, 
105 

Bowman, Phyllis, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 105, 222 

Box, Mervin, Kansas City, Missouri, 

105, 281 

Boyd, Nancy, Marcus, Iowa, 139, 144, 
157, 162, 181 

Boyer, Donna, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
50 

Boyer, Lloyd, Gower, Missouri, 105, 
193 

Boyles, James, Maryville, Missouri, 
87 

Boyles, Sharon, Stewartsville, Mis- 
souri, 105, 187 

Brader, Donald, Audubon, Iowa, 106, 
165 

Bradfield, Gayle, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 106, 155, 228, 275 

Bradfield, Lynnette, Fairfax, Mis- 
souri, 161, 162, 179, 188 

Bradfield, Mary, Fairfax, Missouri, 
71 

Bradford, Melvin, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 248 

Brady, Barry, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
237 

Brady, Karen, Carroll, Iowa, 106, 
168 

Brady, Raymond, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 50, 142, 170, 186 

Brager, Daryl, Maryville, Missouri, 
50 

Brandt, Larry, Maryville, Missouri, 
50 

Brannan, Dolores, Audubon, Iowa, 71, 
164, 165, 186 

Bray, Kay, Weatherby, Missouri, 106 

Briggs, Barbara, Shenandoah, Iowa, 
50, 161, 162 

Bright, Glenda, Lineville, Iowa, 50, 
161, 162 

Bright, Karla, Mercer, Missouri, 50, 
74, 114, 161, 179, 204 

Bright, Virginia, Maryville, Missouri, 
71, 206, 218, 229, 259 

Brinton, Dennis, Jewell, Iowa, 106, 
175 

Brinton, George, Washington, D. C, 
87 

Brinton, Linda, Ellsworth, Iowa, 106, 
149 

Briscoe, Raymond, Lohrville, Iowa, 
71, 175, 232 

Bristol, John, Stuart, Iowa, 106 

Britt, Roger, Smihville, Missouri, 71, 
232 

Bro, Richard, Brayton, Iowa, 106 

Brooke, James, Cowgill, Missouri, 87 

Brooke, Lloyd, Cowgill, Missouri, 106 

Brooner, Patricia, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 106, 155, 178, 187 

Brower, Robert, Lake View, Iowa, 

106, 280 

Brown, Barbara, Blencoe, Iowa, 106, 

147, 178 
Brown, Carole, Hamburg, Iowa, 106, 

222 
Brown, Dianna, Hamburg, Iowa, 87, 

147, 165, 179, 223 
Brown, George, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

71, 235 
Brown, Jack, Winterset, Iowa, 87 
Brown, Marlin, Maryville, Missouri, 

87 
Brown, John, Ravenwood, Missouri, 

106 
Brown, Judith, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

71, 162, 223, 248 
Brown, Nancy, Hamburg, Iowa, 87, 

163, 259 

Brown, Pat, Maryville, Missouri, 71, 

153, 154, 155, 156, 248 
Brown, Peggy, Skidmore, Missouri, 

71 



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Brown, Phyllis, Villisca, Iowa, 87, 
168, 181 

Brown, Ronald, Rushville, Missouri, 
87, 269 

Broyles, Daniel, Bethany, Missouri, 
50, 170 

Bruett, Mary, Winterset, Iowa, 50, 
147, 162, 188 

Bruggeman, Nancy, Manilla, Iowa, 
50, 148 

Brumley, Ronald, Maryville, Missouri, 
196, 269, 270, 272 

Bruner, George, Des Moines, Iowa, 
106 

Brunkow, Charles, Oketo, Kansas, 71 

Bruno, Lawrence, Torrington, Con- 
necticut, 87, 237 

Brus, Karen, Denison, Iowa, 71 

Bryan, Barbara, Maryville, Missouri, 
87 

Bryan, Donald, Princeton, Missouri, 
87, 175 

Bryan, Tracy, Maryville, Missouri, 50 

Bryant, Lanah, Trenton, Missouri, 71 

Buchanan, Richard, Newton, Iowa, 87, 
175 

Buckey, Galen, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
50, 152, 164, 190, 206 

Buckley, Vicki, Atchison, Kansas, 50 

Buerkens, Elaine, Marshalltown, 
Iowa, 50, 163, 235 

Buetzer, Kim, Seneca, Kansas, 106 

Buffington, Norma, Onawa, Iowa, 87, 
181 

Buggeman, Nancy, Manilla, Iowa, 156 

Bumbacher, Donald, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 87 

Burch, Carol, Maryville, Missouri, 87, 
229 

Burch, Cathy, Kansas City, Missouri, 
106 

Burch, Ewart, Maryville, Missouri, 
50, 170, 175, 239 

Burger, Mary, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
106, 164 

Burger, Sandra, Harlan, Iowa, 71, 
180 

Burgess, Beverly, Des Moines, Iowa, 
50, 144, 161, 162 

Burgess, Thomas, St. Clair, Michi- 
gan, 257 

Burk, William, Grinnell, Iowa, 106 

Burke, Richard, Liberty, Missouri, 
106 

Burkhalter, Loren, Creston, Iowa, 50, 
161, 162, 190 

Burmeister, Philip, Harlan, Iowa, 241 

Burnett, Robert, Forest City, Mis- 
souri, 106 

Burnett, Zoniz, Kingston, Missouri, 
104, 187 

Burson, Ronald, Quitman, Missouri, 
71, 154, 157, 158 

Burtnett, Jerry, Oregon, Missouri, 
106, 175 

Burton, Linda, Independence, Mis- 
souri, 106, 188, 224 

Burton, Norma, Clarksdale, Missouri, 

106, 147 

Burton, Rochelle, Toledo, Ohio, 106, 

155, 161, 192 
Busby, James, Barnard, Missouri, 87 
Busby, John, Barnard, Missouri, 87 
Bush, Karen, Gravity, Iowa, 106 
Bussjaeger, David, Mission, Kansas, 

269 
Butcher, Donald, Pattonsburg, Mis- 
souri, 87 
Butterworth, Georgia, Spirit Lake, 

Iowa, 106, 153, 192 
Byron, Edward, Jersey City, New 

Jersey, 269 
Byron, Kay, Mound City, Missouri, 

107 
Byron, Kent, Jersey City, New 

Jersey, 241 
Cain, Benny, Kansas City, Missouri, 

87, 107, 231 
Cain, Cheryl, Kansas City, Missouri, 

107, 163, 178, 228, 290 
Cain, Gary, Oakland, Iowa, 232 
Cain, Jay, Kansas City, Missouri, 280 
Cain, Steven, Oakland, Iowa, 107 



Caldwell, Carol, Cameron, Missouri, 

87 
Calkins, James, Maryville, Missouri, 

107 
Cameron, Cheryl, Osage, Iowa, 71 
Campbell, James, Bolckow, Missouri, 

47, 50, 237 
Campbell, John, Avoca, Iowa, 107 
Campbell, Marilyn, Graham, Mis- 
souri, 71, 130 
Campbell, Ruth, Savannah, Missouri, 

71 
Campbell, Terry, Martinsville, Mis- 
souri, 87 
Canady, Carl, Ames, Iowa, 87 
Canon, Russell, Parnell, Missouri, 107 
Carlson, Kathryn, Clarinda, Iowa, 71, 

161, 181 

Carlson, Lynn, Ogden, Iowa, 107 
Carlson, Roger, Creston, Iowa, 107 
Carlton, Cathleen, Des Moines, Iowa, 

107, 186 
Carlton, Robert, Craig, Missouri, 175 
Carmichael, Jim, Independence, Mis- 
souri, 157 
Carnahan, Clark, Kellogg, Iowa, 107, 

282 
Carothers, Vicki, Liberty, Missouri, 

59, 161, 162 
Carper, Louis, Clarinda, Iowa, 51, 164 
Carr, Deloris, Rosendale, Missouri, 

87, 163, 251, 290 

Carr, Marillyn, Conception Jet., Mis- 
souri, 107 

Carr, Susan, Agency, Missouri, 72 

Carr, Thomas, Maryville, Missouri, 
72 

Carrel, Donald, Maryville, Missouri, 
51 

Carroll, Sharon, Des Moines, Iowa, 
72, 225 

Carstens, Kenard, Manning, Iowa, 87 

Carstenson, Carol, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 222 

Carter, "James, Quitman, Missouri, 
107 

Carter, James, Pattonsburg, Mis- 
souri, 87 

Carter, Sharon, Osceola, Iowa, 107, 
152, 181 

Casady, Janet, Norwalk, Iowa, 107 

Casady, William, Bethany, Missouri, 
72, 170 

Casey, Gerald, Maryville, Missouri, 
72 

Casey, William, Binghamton, New 
York, 88, 236 

Castle, Donald, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
51 

Castle, Gary, Cameron, Missouri, 107 

Castor, Barbara, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 107, 155, 228 

Catlett, Thomas, Hamburg, Iowa, 248 

Catlett, Vernon, Hamburg, Iowa, 72 

Cellman, Shanna, Maryville, Missouri, 
51 

Ceplina, Sharon, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 107 

Chadwick, Judy, Maryville, Missouri, 
72 

Chadwick, Merlyn, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 51 

Chadwick, Terry, Creston, Iowa, 72, 

162, 188 

Chafin, Robert, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
235 

Chambers, Carole, Atlantic, Iowa, 107 

Chambers, Joyce, Sheridam, Missouri, 
107 

Chambers, Patricia, Agency, Missou- 
ri, 72, 190 

Chambers, Wayne, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 51 

Chappell, Linda, Mascoutah, Illinois, 

88, 168, 190, 218, 225 

Chappell, Mary, Logan, Iowa, 51, 

179, 229 
Chappell, Patricia, Logan, Iowa, 107, 

228 
Chaput, Carol, Syracuse, New York, 

88 
Chaput, Neil, Syracuse, New York, 

142, 164 



Chastain, Linda, Leon, Iowa, 72, 274, 
275 

Cheney, Carol, Kansas City, Missouri, 
223 

Chesnut, Allen, Skidmore, Missouri, 
107 

Chick, Barbara, Shenandoah, Iowa, 
42, 46, 51, 163, 223, 261 

Choate, Harold, Maryville, Missouri, 
269 

Christensen, Cheryl, Coon Rapids, 
Iowa, 107, 188 

Christensen, Delbert, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 88, 175 

Christensen, Steve, Audubon, Iowa, 
51, 96, 172, 188 

Christian, Solomon, Maitland, Missou- 
ri, 88 

Christie, Harvey, New Hampton, Mis- 
souri, 88, 164, 165, 239 

Christoffel, Charlotte, Aurora, Illi- 
nois, 72, 92, 226, 260 

Christoffers, Paul, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 51 

Christopher, Don, Gilman, City, Mis- 
souri, 107 

Chrostowski, Adam, Providence, 
Rhode Island, 72, 238, 269, 272 

Cisco, Susan, Des Moines, Iowa, 107, 
148, 155 

Clark, Carol, Arthur, Iowa, 107 

Clark, Diane, King City, Missouri, 51, 
162 

Clark, Glenda, Falls City, Nebraska, 
107 

Clark, Harold, Maitland, Missouri, 72 

Clark, Jane, Des Moines, Iowa, 107 

Clark, Joe, Woodbine, Iowa, 107 

Clark, Judy, Maryville, Missouri, 88 

Clark, Lyle, Savannah, Missouri, 72 

Clark, Mack, Savannah, Missouri, 47, 
107 

Clark, Richard, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
51 

Clark, Sharon, Barnard, Missouri, 72 

Clark, Sherrie, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 88 

Clark, Sherry, Winterset, Iowa, 107 

Claussen, Lynn, Walnut, Iowa, 72, 77 

Claussen, Stephen, Ricketts, Iowa, 
108 

Claycomb, Judith, Weatherby, Mis- 
souri, 163 

Clayton, Carol, Creston, Iowa, 88 

Clayton, Lynn, Onawa, Iowa, 72 

Clemens, John, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
276 

Clemsen, Dallas, Atlantic, Iowa, 88 

Clevenger, Linda, Cameron, Missouri, 
108 

Clifton, Harold, Rock Port, Missouri, 
108 

Cline, James, Hopkins, Missouri, 88, 
175 

Clinkenbeard, Virginia, Council 

Bluffs, Iowa, 108 

Close, Ruth, Quitman, Missouri, 88 

Clothier, Martha, Chariton, Iowa, 108, 
154 

Clouse, Sharron, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 108 

Clymens, Judy, Hopkins, Missouri, 88, 
168, 178, 188 

Cobb, Walter, Maitland, Missouri, 51, 
175 

Coccoran, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 
108 

Cochran, Peggy, Hopkins, Missouri, 
88 

Cochran, Rosemarie, St. Louis, Mis- 
souri, 88, 181 

Cochrane, Dennis, Perry, Iowa, 10j8 

Cockrill, Michael, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 108 

Cockrill, Millie, Platte City, Missouri, 
51, 164, 165, 220, 223 

Coder, Richard, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
72 

Coffelt, Vickie, Maryville, Missouri, 
108 

Coffin, Sandra, Grand Island, Ne- 
braska, 72, 209, 218, 220, 226 



301 



Cogdill, Ronald, Stanberry, Missouri, 
72, 241 

Coil, Patricia, Liberty, Missouri, 108 

Coldiron, John, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 108, 140 

Cole, Betty, Kansas City, Missouri, 
108 

Coleman, James, Oakland, Iowa, 108, 
154, 281 

Coleman, Kay, Hopkins, Missouri, 88, 
178 

Coleman, Vance, Oelwein, Iowa, 108, 
152 

Colerick, Steven, Falls City, Nebras- 
ka, 88, 236 

Collins, Diana, Des Moines, Iowa, 
108, 148, 155, 181 

Collins, Greg, Marion, Indiana, 108 

Collins, Howard, Skidmore, Missouri, 
72 

Collinsworth, Vernon, Ravenwood, 
Missouri, 72 

Combs, Charles, Q., Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 88 

Combs, Charles R., Worth, Missouri, 
108, 190 

Combs, Judy, Hopkins, Missouri, 51 

Combs, Mary, Grant City, Missouri, 
108 

Combs, Michael, Parkville, Missouri, 
88, 153, 154, 159, 236, 248 

Combs, Zeta, Stanberry, Missouri, 88, 
168, 223 

Conn, Dola, Fairfax, Missouri, 88 

Connell, Jennifer, Cameron, Missouri, 
88 

Cook, Jim, Maryville, Missouri, 108, 
158 

Cook, Larry, Elwood, Kansas, 108 

Cook, Patricia, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 108 

Cooper, Gary, Shenandoah, Iowa, 108 

Cooper, Jerry, 72, 153, 154, 158, 248 

Cooper, Pamela, Des Moines, Iowa, 
72, 225 

Copeland, David, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 88, 258 

Copeland, Sue, Maryville, Missouri, 
108 

Copman, Sara, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
74, 223, 252, 255, 257, 258, 264 

Corbett, Barbara, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 
108 

Corbett, James, Maryville, Missouri, 
88, 158 

Corbett, Michael, Chicago, Illinois, 
108, 239, 269 

Cornelison, Richard, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 145 

Cornelison, Robert E., Maryville, 
Missouri, 51, 219, 232 

Cornelius, Robert, Easton^ Missouri, 
72, 248 

Cornett, Roger, Maryville, Missouri, 
72, 175, 193 

Cornett, Sandra, Maryville, Missouri, 
51 

Cotter, Robert, Panora, Iowa, 43, 46, 
51, 164, 165, 195, 198, 202, 220, 221, 
240 

Cottle, Hubert, Skidmore, Missouri, 
108, 188 

Couch, Anita, Atlantic, Iowa, 108, 181 

Couch, Jane, Ft. Leavenworth, 
Kansas, 72, 177, 181, 229 

Couch, Janice, Ft. Leavenworth, 
Kansas, 108 

Coughlin, Sharon, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 51, 125, 225 

Coulter, Donald, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 88, 153, 248 

Coulter, Erma, Barnard, Missouri, 

51, 297 

Counts, Frederick, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 238 

Courter, Raymond, Coffey, Missouri, 
108, 165 

Courtin, Janis, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

52, 131, 161, 162, 188, 189 
Couts, Darryl, Maryville, Missouri, 

71, 72 
Coverdell, Jon, Maryville, Missouri, 
88 



Cox, James, Gallatin, Missouri, 108 

Cox, Lana, Bolckow, Missouri, 108 

Cox, Wanda, Bedford, Iowa, 144 

Craft, Allen, Kansas City, Missouri, 
108 

Crain, Terry, Maryville, Missouri, 108 

Craven, Robert, Excelsior Springs, 
Missouri, 109 

Craven, Sally, Grant City, Missouri, 
72, 223, 243 

Crawford, Carol, Earlham, Iowa, 88, 
155, 162, 181, 188 

Crawford, Robert, Uniontown, Penn- 
sylvania, 52 

Crawford, Wanda, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 52 

Creason, Daryl, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 109 

Creveling, William, Beaconsfield, 
Iowa, 109 

Crites, Patricia, Conception, Missouri, 
109 

Croley, Steve, Kansas City, Missouri, 
286 

Crooker, Ed, Maryville, Missouri 

Crookshands, Janet, Chillicothe, Mis- 
souri, 109 

Cross, Kenneth, Carroll, Iowa, 109 

Cross, Marvin, Brimson, Missouri, 88 

Crosswhite, Rita, Guthrie Center, 
Iowa, 88 

Crouse, Larry, Lathrop, Missouri, 88, 
142 

Crouse, Norman, Maryville, Missouri, 
88 

Crouse, Stephen, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 109 

Crow, Larry, Kansas City, Missouri, 
284 

Crozier, James, Maryville, Missouri, 
109 

Clumer, Carita, Ashland, Oregon, 52, 
147, 148, 165, 186 

Cummings, Don, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 109 

Cummings, Roger, Mound City, Mis- 
souri, 72, 239 

Cunningham, Carole, Greenfield, 
Iowa, 88, 156, 181, 188 

Curd, Eunice, Ogden, Utah, 181 

Curnutt, John, Maryville, Missouri, 
88 

Curphey, Sandra, Sharpsburg, Iowa, 
109, 168 

Currey, Diana, Lagrange, Illinois, 89 

Currier, Carolyn, Maryville, Missouri, 
89 

Curtis, Gary, Jefferson, Iowa, 89, 158, 
237 

Cushing, Annette, Earlham, Iowa, 52, 
74, 161, 229 

Cushing, Joyce, Earlham, Iowa, 89 

Dagley, Gary, Lincoln, Nebraska, 109, 
193 

Dague, Roberta, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
109, 168, 224 

Dale, Tyra, Adel, Iowa, 109, 226 

Dalrymple, Daryl, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 52 

Dalzell, Samuel, Casey, Iowa, 72, 142, 
251 

Dandliker, Diane, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 72 

Dann, Marshall, Des Moines, Iowa, 
109, 184 

Dannar, Larry, Grant City, Missouri, 
52, 172, 190 

Dannar, Wilbur, Bethany, Missouri, 
109 

Darnell, Cynthia, Savannah, Missou- 
ri, 181, 228 

Darnell, Geneva, King City, Missou- 
ri, 52, 121, 223 

Darr, James, Paton, Iowa, 109, 164 

Darrah, Susan, Malvern, Iowa, 89 

Dath, Diane, Norwalk, Iowa, 109 

Dath, Margo, Norwalk, Iowa, 72, 144 

Daugherty, James, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 89 

Daughtrey, Gilbert, Raytown, Missou- 
ri, 109 

Duamas, Kenneth, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 109 



Davidson, Alan, Bedford, Iowa, 89, 
223 

Davidson, Donald, McFall, Missouri, 
89 

Davidson, Jerry, Murray, Iowa, 89 

Davidson, Karen, Bedford, Iowa, 229 

Davidson, Ken, Thayer, Iowa, 89, 232- 

Davidson, Ken R., Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 89 

Davidson, Russell, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 52, 172 

David, Connie, Fairfax, Missouri, 109, 
165 

Davis, Donald, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
52, 237 

Davis, Donna, Maryville, Missouri, 
89, 140, 147, 165, 251 

Davis, Linda, Des Moines, Iowa, 109, 
229 

Davis, Linda, Exira, Iowa, 52 

Davis, Richard, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 
232 

Davis, Sandra, Marshalltown, Iowa, 
73 

Davison, Larry, Hopkins, Missouri, 
109 

Dawson, Leslie, Sidney, Iowa, 89 

Dawson, Verle, Chariton, Iowa, 276, 
278 

Day, Terry, Kansas City, Missouri, 
239 

Dean, Leslie, Falls City, Nebraska, 73 

Deangelo, Ron, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 109 

Deardorff, Dorothy, Avalon, Missou- 
ri, 109, 153 

Deardorff, Karen, Yale, Iowa, 89 

Decosmo, Stanley, 89, 285 

Degginger, Louis, 73 

Deimerly, Jerald, 73 

Deisch, Gordon, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 
109 

Delashmutt, Christine, Onawa, Iowa, 
109 

Delong, John, 109, 164 

Delong, Ruth, Parkville, Missouri, 

109, 190 

Demaio, John, East Meadow, New 

York, 240 
Dempsey, Steve, 158, 188, 281 
Dennis, Lynette, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 110, 164 
Dennis, Roger, Boone, Iowa, 73, 237 
Dent, Linda, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 110 
Denton, Keith, Oakland, Iowa, 110 
Deshon, Thelma, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

110 
Desomma, Charlotte, Garfield, New 

Jersey, 147, 186 
Devorss, Deanna, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 110 
Dew, Gertrude, Des Moines, Iowa, 

110, 193 

Dew, Ronald, Maryville, Missouri, 89 
Dewey, Judith, Bethany, Missouri, 52 
DeWinter, Donald, Thor, Iowa, 73 
Dick, Earl, Winterset, Iowa, 110 
Dick, Iris, Maryville, Missouri, 110 
Dick, Ruth, Bolckow, Missouri, 89, 

168 
Dickersbach, Sandra, Malvern, Iowa, 

52 
Dickerson, Doralyn, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 89, 169 
Dickerson, John, Maryville, Missouri, 

73 
Dickey, Robert, Des Moines, Iowa, 5, 

43, 46, 52, 137, 202, 220, 221, 241 
Dietrich, Diann, Pemberton, New 

Jersey, 89 
Diggs, Judith, Maitland, Missouri, 89 
Diller, Robert, Marshalltown, Iowa, 

73 
Dills, James, Albany, Missouri, 89 
Ditamore, Janice, Ravenwood, Mis- 
souri, 110 
Doane, Terry, Highland, Kansas, 73 
Dooley, Kathleen,. Cumming, Iowa, 

110, 181 
Dougherty, Jeannine, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 52 
Douglas, Leila, Lenox, Iowa, 52, 161, 
162 



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Dowden, Cheryl, Hopkins, Missouri, 
110, 164, 165 

Downey, Denis, Stewartsville, Mis- 
souri, 164 

Downing, Jerry, Dekalb, Missouri, 
164 

Downing, Larry, Rushville, Missouri, 
89 

Downing, Richard, Creston, Iowa, 110 

Drollinger, Linda, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 52 

Drummond, Grace, Coffey, Missouri, 
110 

Drummond, Linda, Jameson, Missou- 
ri, 52, 148, 163, 190, 290 

Duckworth, Marvin, Burlington Jet., 
Missouri, 73, 175 

Duff, Carol, Kansas City, Missouri, 
110 

Duffett, Roberta, 110, 147, 188 

Duffield, Dennis, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 52, 170, 175 

Duffield, Leo, Olathe, Kansas, 73 

Duffield, Marlene, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 73, 168 

Duffy, Edward, Parkville, Missouri, 
73, 168 

Dugan, Richard, Davenport, Iowa, 73 

Dugger, Anna, Gravity, Iowa, 110 

Duke, Byron, Barnard, Missouri, 89 

Duke, Davetta, Maryville, Missouri, 
89, 121, 168 

Duke, Larry, Maryville, Missouri, 52, 
170 

Dukes, Karla, Craig, Missouri, 89 

Dunavan, Marsha, Atchison, Kansas, 
110 

Dunfee, Becky, Denver, Missouri, 
110, 168 

Dunfee, David, Denver, Missouri, 73 

Dunfee, Jeff, Kansas City, Missouri, 
89 

Dunn, Thomas, Falls City, Nebraska, 
53, 165, 170 

Durfee, Marty, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
145, 228 

Dyer, Tegwin, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
53, 148, 219, 220, 229, 251 

Dyman, Wayne, Binghamton, New 
York, 110 

Ebbrecht, Richard, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 73 

Eckhoff, Sandra, Naples, Florida, 
110, 163 

Eckles, William, Maryville, Missouri, 
110, 165, 186 

Eddleman, Dixie, Excelsior Springs, 
Missouri, 110 

Edgar, James, Shenandoah, Iowa, 110 

Edwards, Carol, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
110 

Edwards, Joyce, Truro, Iowa, 110, 
181 

Edwards, Nick, Cameron, Missouri, 
110 

Edwards, Robert, Smithville, Missou- 
ri, 93, 110 

Eggers, Frank, Denison, Iowa, 89, 
232 

Egli, Dianne, Manson, Iowa, 110 

Egy, Donna, Winterset, Iowa, 110 

Ehlers, Patricia, Orient, Iowa, 110, 
192 

Ehret, Sue, North Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 110 

Eisiminger, Melanie, Amazonia, Mis- 
souri, 89, 168 

Eisner, Lois, Muscatine, Iowa, 53, 
153, 154, 159, 188, 248 

Eivins, Jerry, Blythedale, Missouri, 
.110, 172 

Elam, Sharlyne, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 111 

Elder, Kay, Oregon, Missouri, 111, 
162, 178 

Elifrits, Charles, Ridgeway, Missouri, 

73, 188 
Elliott, Denese, Bethany, Missouri, 
89, 163, 190 

Elliott, Diane, Linden, Iowa, 111 

Elliott, Mary, Verdon, Nebraska, 165 
Ellis, Charlotte, Norwalk, Iowa, 111 

Ellis, Richard, Jamaica, Iowa, 111 



Ellison, Greg, Fredericksburg, Iowa, 
111, 192 

Ellison, Victor, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 89, 
165 

Elwick, Sharon, Grant City, Missouri, 
73, 134, 170, 190, 223 

Engel, Donald, Humeston, Iowa, 90 

Engemann, Geary, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 73, 190 

Engemann, Linda, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 73, 190 

Engle, Janet, Madison, Kansas, 90 

Engle, Sharon, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 90 

Engleman, Geari, Parkville, Missouri, 
156 

Englund, Bernard, Kenosha, Wiscon- 
sin, 53, 232, 269 

Enis, Carolyn, Kansas City, Missouri, 
53, 220, 225, 236, 250, 252, 254, 255 

Epstein, Alicia, Des Moines, Iowa, 111 

Erb, Gloria, Manning, Iowa, 73, 162, 
178 

Erganian, Nick, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
90, 149, 252, 254, 255 

Esler, George, Independence, Missou- 
ri, 53, 105, 164, 165 

Estes, Edna, Osceola, Iowa, 73, 218 

Ettelson, David, Newton, Iowa, 73, 
281 

Evans, Cheryl, Corning, Iowa, 90 

Evans, Donald, Albany, Missouri, 90 

Evans, Frank, Des Moines, Iowa, 111 

Evans, Nancy, Red Oak, Iowa, 90, 
155 

Evans, Paula, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
53, 134, 147 

Evans, Richard, Des Moines, Iowa, 
241 

Evans, Robert, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
53, 134, 147, 219 

Everhart, Jesse, Maryville, Missouri, 
90, 169 

Everly, Charles, Coffey, Missouri, 111 

Eversull, Illah, Stuart, Iowa, 253 

Esposito, Joe, North Kansa= Citv, 
Missouri, 269, 273 

Fabro, Jo, Kansas City, Missouri, 73, 
144, 209, 218, 253 

Fagen, Willis, Grand Junction, Iowa, 
111 

Falk, Bruce, Essex, Iowa, 90, 164, 
165, 188, 236 

Falk, Karenann, Essex, Iowa, 53, 88, 
148, 156, 157, 163 

Falter, Jeffrey, Falls City, Nebraska, 
246, 252, 255 

Farnan, Rita, Guilford, Missouri, 186 

Farquhar, Elda, Clearmont, Missouri, 
111 

Fast, Janet, Burlington Junction, 
Missouri, 111, 155 

Fattig, Charles, Bethany, Missouri, 73 

Faulstich, Juliana, Luverne, Iowa, 
111, 192 

Favinger, Cheri, Fullerton, Califor- 
nia, 111 

Feekin, Duane, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
111 

Felt, Sherrill, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
73, 190 

Felton, Kenneth, Winterset, Iowa, 90, 
251 

Fender, Jo, Imogene, Iowa, 73, 162, 
168, 251 

Ferguson, Charles, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 53, 175 

Ferguson, Marilyn, Churdan, Iowa, 
90 

Ferguson, Rebecca, Jefferson City, 
Missouri, 90 

Ferguson, Susan, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 111 

Fetters, Dennis, Carhishe, Iowa, 73, 
231 

Fields, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 111 

Fields, Harry, Red Oak, Iowa, 90, 
235 

Fields, Paul, Maryville, Missouri, 239, 
281 

Fields, Ronald, Conrad, Iowa, 73 

Fieseler, Michael, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 73, 164, 175 



Fife, Bruce, Afton, Iowa, 90 

Filley, Christopher, Turney, Missou- 
ri, 90, 188 

Findley, Rex, Grant City, Missouri, 
90 

Findley, Ted, Worth, Missouri, 53 

Fine, Elaine, Hopkins, Missouri, 111 

Fine, Philip, Falls City, Nebraska, 
111 

Fine, Robert, Hopkins, Missouri, 73 

Finley, Merrill, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
90 

Fischback, Fred, Raytown, Missouri, 
90, 140 

Fisher, Anna, Sheridan, Missouri, 
111 

Fisher, Frank, Maryville, Missouri, 
73, 188, 281 

Fiske, Sally, St. Joseph, Missouri, 53 

Fitch, Ronald, Kansas City, Kansas, 
43, 46, 53, 137, 164, 165, 202, 218, 
220, 239 

Fitzpatrick, Patrick, Denison, Iowa, 
111 

Flack, Dennis, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 111 

Flaherty, Dennis, Des Moines, Iowa, 
111 

Fleckal, Roger, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
73, 236 

Fleming, Jerry, Auburn, Iowa, 53 

Fleming, Johnny, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 74 

Fleshner, Lyle, Glidden, Iowa, 111, 
155 

Fletchall, Evelyn, Savannah, Missou- 
ri, 53 

Fletcher, Jeanne, Indianola, Iowa, 
111, 168 

Fletcher, Michael, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 90 

Fletcher, William, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 74, 234, 235 

Flippin, Sheryl, Kingston, Missouri, 
111, 153 

Flora, John, Baxter, Iowa, 156, 248 

Florea, Roger, Hopkins, Missouri, 111 

Flynn, John, Atchison, Kansas, 269, 
272 

Foland, Diane, Maryville, Missouri, 
128, 197 

Foland, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 
197, 269 

Foland, Grace, Grant City, Missouri, 
53, 170, 180 

Foland, Harold, Grand River, Iowa, 
90 

Foley, Donna, Manning, Iowa, 90, 157 

Forbes, Michael, Murray, Iowa, 90, 
162 

Ford, Dennis, Cosby, Missouri, 111, 
172, 184 

Ford, Stephen, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 184 

Forke, Dennis, Carroll, Iowa, -53, 170, 
232 

Forney, Edward, Hopkins, Missouri, 

111, 175 

Forret, Juanita, Adel, Iowa, 111, 168 
Forsythe, Mary, Des Moines, Iowa, 

112 , 
Foster, Bonnie, Albia, Iowa, 248 
Foster, Floyd, Kansas City, Missouri, 

112 
Foster, Greta, Albia, Iowa, 74 
Foster, Mark, University City, Mis- 
souri, 112, 165 
Foster, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 

112, 158 

Foutch, Marsha, Bethany, Missouri, 

90 
Fouts, John, Dow City, Iowa, 112 
Fowler, George, Maryville, Missouri, 

74 
Fowler, Mary, Maryville, Missouri, 

90 
Fox, Thomas, Algona, Iowa, 90 
Frahm, Phyllis, Denison, Iowa, 284 
Frame, Edith, Bethany, Missouri, 112, 

168 
Francis, William, Lee Hall, Virginia, 

237 
Frandsen, Marilyn, Paton, Iowa, 112, 

155 



303 



Frank, James, Lake View, Iowa, 53 

Prank, Thomas, Union Star, Missou- 
ri, 112 

Franklin, Karen, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 112, 222 

Franklin, William, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 112 

Frazho, Larry, Roseville, Michigan, 
74, 232, 269 

Frazier, Cheryl, Gallatin, Missouri, 
112 

Frazier, Larry, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
53 

Frederick, Karl, Stanberry, Missouri, 

53, 237 

Freedline, James, Dester, Iowa, 74, 
115, 184, 269 

Freeman, Connie, Tarkio, Missouri, 
112, 168, 188 

Freeman, Robert, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 54, 165, 170 

Freeman, Sharon, Plattsburg, Mis- 
souri, 246, 250, 256 

Friend, Donna, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

54, 164, 229 

Frizell, Larry, Greenfield, Iowa, 90, 
171, 236 

Froyd, Sandra, Conception Junction, 
Missouri, 74, 187 

Frueh, Mary, Maryville, Missouri, 
112 

Frueh, Raymond, Pickering, Missou- 
ri,, 112 

Fry, Gerald, Lathrop, Missouri, 54 

Fry, Richard, Maryville, Missouri, 54 

Fuller, Nancy, Burlington Junction, 
Missouri, 112, 168 

Funston, Steven, Maryville, Missouri, 
90, 231 

Furlong, Michael, Trenton, Missouri, 
54 

Furlong, Patricia, Trenton, Missouri, 
74, 144, 162 

Gabbert, John, Weston, Missouri, 112 

Gabel, Richard, Truro, Iowa, 112 

Gabel, Sharon, Des Moines, Iowa, 90 

Gahm, Judith, Kansas City, Missouri, 
90, 112, 163 

Galbreath, Gerald, Lathrop, Missouri. 
74 

Gallagher, Jeffrey, Des Moines, Iowa, 
74 

Galloway, James, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 
54 

Gammon, Marland, Pacific Junction, 
Iowa, 112, 154 

Garafalo, Paul, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
90 

Garcia, George, Bedford, Iowa, 54, 
164, 165 

Gardiner, Carole, Des Moines, Iowa, 
112 

Gardner, David, Sidney, Iowa, 90, 
164, 165 

Gardner, Dennis, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 90 

Gardner, Judy, Pattonsburg, Missou- 
ri, 112, 168 

Gardner, Lawrence, Albany, Missouri, 
54 

Garms, Robert, Algona, Iowa, 241 

Garreau, Lois, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 
186 

Garrett, Jacquilyn, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 112 

Garrett, Larry, Barnard, Missouri, 91 

Garrison, Michael, Bartonville, Illi- 
nois, 112 

Garrison, Virginia, Lagrange, Illi- 
nois, 74 

Gash, Joyce, Logan, Iowa, 91 

Gates, Dennis, Maryville, Missouri, 
74, 165, 197, 269 

Gates, Sharon, Maryville, Missouri, 
128 

Gaughan, James, Denison, Iowa, 54, 
232 

Gaule, Twyila, Conway, Iowa, 112 

Gault, Marna, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
54, 161 

Gawatz, Robert, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
54 



Gayler, Larry, Rock Port, Missouri, 

112 
Gaylor, Ronald, Rock Port, Missouri, 

241 
Geib, Jerry, Craig, Missouri, 74 
Geib, Kenneth, Mound City, Missouri, 

100, 126, 237 
Geiss, Nina, St. Joseph, Missouri, 54 
George, Carolyn, Maryville, Missouri, 

112 
George, Michael, Maryville, Missouri, 

241 
Gerdes, Larry, Manson, Iowa, 241 
German, Richard, Murray, Iowa, 54 
Geyer, Martha, Wamego, Kansas, 112, 

222 
Gibler, Linda, King City, Missouri, 

91, 226, 227 
Gibson, Ann, Kansas City, Missouri, 

54 
Gibson, Sharon, Blanchard, Iowa, 112 
Giffin, James, Guilford, Missouri, 112 
Gift, Sheryl, Dallas Center, Iowa, 91, 

161, 193 

Gilbert, Jane, Maryville, Missouri, 251 
Gillespie, Joan, Des Moines, Iowa, 91, 

162, 180 

Gilley, Patricia, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

54, 162, 220, 224, 225 
Gilliland, Edward, St. Charles, Iowa, 

251 
Girling, Douglas, Roseville, Michigan, 

239 
Gjerstad, Meredith, Livermore, Iowa, 

165 
Glancy, Roger, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

235 
Godsey, Ro Anne, Skidmore, Missouri, 

74, 162 
Goff, Arnold Robert, Dewey, Okla- 
homa, 74 
Goforth, Dick, Maryville, Missouri, 

219 
Goforth, James, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

54 
Goldner, Evelyn, Shannon City, Iowa, 

54, 178 
Goldusky, Steven, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 91 
Good, Deborah, Winterset, Iowa, 112 
Goodell, Belinda, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 112 
Goodell, John, Kansas City, Missouri, 

74 
Gooding, Danny, Altamont, Missouri, 

74, 78, 206, 207, 269 
Goodspeed, Ron, Maryville, Missouri, 

248, 250 
Goodwillie, Virginia, Kansas City, 

Missouri, 54, 154, 208, 223, 248 
Goodwin, John, Weldon, Iowa, 91 
Goos, Jim, Silver City, Iowa, 113 
Goracke, Lois, Riverton, Iowa, 113, 

186 
Gosch, Larry, Lineville, Iowa, 113 
Goslee, Kermit, Maryville, Missouri, 

239, 276, 279 
Gough, John, Iowa City, Iowa, 113, 

280 
Gould, Marjorie, St. Joseph, Missouri. 

54, 187, 250 

Grace, James, Albany, Missouri, 113 
Grace, William, Albany, Missouri, 

113 
Graeff. Shirley, Osborn, Missouri, 113 
Graf, Carla, Kansas City, Missouri, 

54 
Graf, Linda, Kansas City, Missouri, 

74 
Graham, Condon, Maryville, Missouri. 

55 
Graham, Judith, Platte City, Missou- 
ri, 223 
Grame, Kenneth, Rushville, Missouri, 

113 
Grantham, Mary, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 55 
Graves, Gary, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

55, 162 

Graves, James, Maryville, Missouri, 

55, 128, 154, 194, 196 
Graves, Joan, Manning, Iowa, 113, 

164 



Graves, Kay, Fairfax, Missouri, 55, 

134, 229 
Graw, Richard, Marshalltown, Iowa, 

55, 241, 248 
Gray, Barry, Maryville, Missouri, 55 
Gray, Cheryl, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 

55, 144, 161, 162, 190, 191, 219 
Gray, Janet, Maryville, Missouri, 91, 

163, 229, 251 
Gray, Pamela, Craig, Missouri, 111, 

113, 181 
Green, Lanny, Maryville, Missouri, 55 
Green, Phyllis, Maryville, Missouri, 

74 
Green, Rodney, Albany, Missouri, 55, 

232 
Greener, Beverly, Dawn, Missouri, 

113, 168 
Greeno, Jacqueline, Shenandoah, 

Iowa, 113, 155 
Greenwood, Larry, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 55 
Greenwood, Linda, Blythedale, Mis- 
souri, 74, 163, 229, 290 
Gregersen, Cynthia, Atlantic, Iowa, 

74 
Gregg, Marvin, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 113 
Gregory, Carol, Maryville, Missouri, 

74, 168, 223 
Gregory, Robert, Raytown, Missouri, 

74, 269 
Greiner, Kenneth, Oregon, Missouri, 

113, 154, 158 
Griffin, Ivana, Des Moines, Iowa, 

113, 192 
Griffin, Kathleen, Adair, Iowa, 181, 

186 
Griffith, Earl, Emerson, Iowa, 91, 

231 
Griffith, Timothy, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 74 
Griffith, Warland, Panama City, 

Panama, 113 
Grimes, Gary, Newton, Iowa, 74, 282, 

283 
Grimsley, David, Independence, Mis- 
souri, 113, 187 
Groom, Galen, Darlington, Missouri, 

113 
Groomer, Patricia, Pattonsburg, Mis- 
souri, 113, 178 
Grouse, Margaret, Chillicothe, Mis- 
souri, 91 
Grote, Sidney, Des Moines, Iowa, 155 
Gruhn, Gary, Manning, Iowa, 91, 231 
Guely, Jan, Des Moines, Iowa, 241 
Guertin, Terry, Sibley, Iowa, 55 
Guest, Darlene, King City, Missouri, 

74, 134, 168, 209, 218, 223, 243 
Guhl, Avis, Denison, Iowa, 113 
Guling, Bill, Maryville, Missouri, 113 
Guyer, Rosalie, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

74, 163, 220, 224 
Haag, Janet, Maryville, Missouri, 169 
Haag, William, Maryville, Missouri, 

74 
Hagan, Lonnv, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

91, 269, 273 
Hager, Robert, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

55 
Hager, Ronald, Greenfield, Iowa, 91 
Hagg, Alvin, Algona, Iowa, 55, 241 
Hagg, Jerry, Barnard, Missouri, 91, 

175 
Haines, Larry, Raytown, Missouri, 91 
Hainline, Clara, Skidmore, Missouri, 

91, 144 
Hale, Eddie, Eagleville, Missouri, 113 
Hall, Charles, Westboro, Missouri, 91 
Hall, Donald, Maryville, Missouri, 74, 

175 
Hall, Erma, Maryville, Missouri, 55, 

143, 188 
Hall, Iola, Sheridan, Missouri, 55 
Hall, James, Boone, Iowa, 74, 164, 

165, 236 
Hall, Margaret, Des Moines, Iowa, 

113, 162, 188 
Hall, Rebecca, Hamburg, Iowa, 113 
Hall, Richard, Independence, Missou- 
ri, 113 
Hall, Robert, Clarinda, Iowa, 55 



304 



Hallgren, Marilynn, Munster, Indi- 
ana, 74, 175, 193 

Halliday, Gail, Braddyville, Iowa, 113, 
149 

Hallock, William, Bethany, Missouri, 
55 

Halloran, Richard, Savannah, Mis- 
souri, 55 

Hallum, Harvey, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

74, 109, 184, 282 

Halsne, Harlan, Woodward, Iowa, 75, 

170 
Halstead, Lana, Blair, Nebraska, 91 
Halter, Twila, Maryville, Missouri, 

75, 162 

Halterman, Patty, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 

113 
Hamilton, Kay, Margarita, Canal 

Zone, 91 
Hamilton, Laura, Savannah, Missou- 
ri, 113 
Hamilton, Mary, Blue Springs, Mis- 
souri, 113 
Hamilton, Monroe, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 55 
Hammond, John, Maryville, Missouri, 

56 
Hammond, Louise, Harris, Missouri, 

75, 180 
Hamon, Dean, Savannah, Missouri, 

56, 136, 137, 218, 220, 238 
Hamtil, Gregory, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 91 
Hance, Duane, Creston, Iowa, 56 
Hankins, Daryl, Norwalk, Iowa, 241 
Hankins, Sharon, Osborn, Missouri, 

113, 163 
Hanna, Marilyn, Maryville, Missouri, 

75, 225 
Hanna, Wilma, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

56 
Hanon, Larry, Shannon City, Iowa. 

75, 153, 154, 237, 248 
Hanrath, Robert, Tarkio, Missouri, 

91 
Hansen, Gary, Blair, Nebraska, 91, 

269 
Hansen, Patricia, Fulton, Missouri. 

113, 192 
Hansen, Philip, Harlan, Iowa, 91, 241 
Hansen, Richard, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 164, 276, 279 
Hanson, Bert, Pocahontas, Iowa, 75 
Hanson, Brenda, New Market, Iowa, 

91 
Hanson, Jerry, Maryville, Missouri. 

231, 295 
Hanson, Roberta, Villisca, Iowa, 91 
Hapes, Judith, Kansas City, Missouri, 

91 
Hardesty, Dona, Weston, Missouri, 91, 

165 
Hardwick, Robert, Gower, Missouri 
Hardy, Beverly, Maryville, Missouri. 

91 
Hardy, David, Grant City, Missouri, 

114 
Hardyman, Dorothy, Storm Lake, 

Iowa, 47, 91, 178, 223 
Hargrave, Judith, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 56 
Hargus, Merylan, Fairfax, Missouri, 

91 
Harlan, Kenneth, Idaho Springs, Col- 
orado, 56, 142, 159, 184, 248 
Harless, Bob, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 75 
Harmening, Paul, Carroll, Iowa, 91 
Harmon, Helen, Independence, Mis- 
souri, 114, 155, 163, 188 
Harmon, Keith, Rock Port, Missouri, 

91 
Harms, Larry, Farragut, Iowa, 56, 

285 
Harms, Sharon, Red Oak, Iowa, 56, 

227 
Harover, Richard, Lenox, Iowa, 154, 

158 
Harr, Barbara, Maryville, Missouri, 

47, 103, 114, 226, 274, 275 
Harrington, William, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 114 
Harris, Phillip, Ames, Iowa, 114 



Harris, Roger, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 114, 193 
Harrison, Linda, Des Moines, Iowa, 

223 
Harrold, Cecil, Maryville, Missouri, 

75, 196, 218, 232 
Harrold, Norena, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 75, 196 
Hartley, Roger, Palmer, Iowa, 155 
Hartman, Gary, Stuart, Iowa, 114, 

280 
Hartman, James, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 56 
Hartman, Linda, Rock Port, Missou- 
ri, 56 
Hartman, Wayne, Barnard, Missouri, 

56, 172, 175 
Hartsock, Robert, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 91 
Harvey, Robert, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 269, 271 
Harvey, Thomas, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 75, 157, 241 
Hascall, Harold, Emerson, Iowa, 114, 

153, 154, 165, 190 
Haskell, Daniel, Bethany, Missouri, 

75, 232 
Hasselbrink, Carolyn, Grinnell, Iowa, 

92 
Hatch, James, Ames, Iowa, 75 
Hatheway, Ronald, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 75 
Hauber, Paula, Grant City, Missouri, 

114, 168, 188 
Hause, Irene, Northfield, Minnesota, 

56, 187 
Haverty, Michael, Atchison, Kansas, 

269 
Hawkins, James, Pleasanton, Iowa, 

75, 113, 175, 241 
Hawley, Donna, Woodbine, Iowa, 92, 

180 
Hawley, Kathryn, Barnard, Missouri, 

56, 187 
Hawman, Harold, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 56 
Hayden, Frank, Maryville, Missouri, 

114 
Hayden, Roland, Maryville, Missouri, 

187 
Hays, Amos, Murray, Iowa, 114, 186 
Hays, Margaret, Rock Port, Missouri, 

114 
Haywood, Robert, Mineola, Iowa, 114 
Head, Robert, Chillicothe, Missouri. 

56 
Healy, Michael, Jefferson, Iowa, 92, 

99 
Heathman, Minnie, Smithville, Mis- 
souri, 75, 98 
Heflin, Leland, Barnard, Missouri, 92 
Heinen, Richard, Algona, Iowa, 269, 

272 
Heitman, Duane, Plattsburg, Missou- 
ri, 114, 280 
Heifers, Larry, Craig, Missouri, 92 
Heifers, Patricia, Craig, Missouri, 

111, 114 
Heller, Ronald, Burlington Junction. 

Missouri, 114 
Helmkamp, Stanley, Glidden, Iowa, 

114 
Helt, Jean, West Des Moines, Iowa. 

114 
Helzer, Dorothy, Maryville, Missouri, 

114 
Helzer, Nola, Barnard, Missouri, 56, 

178, 187 
Helzer, Nydra, Barnard, Missouri, 56 
Hendrix, Dana, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 114, 222 
Henningsen, Carl, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 75, 196 
Henry, Gary, Revenwood, Missouri, 

92 
Henry, John, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 114 
Henry, Kerry, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 92, 163, 260 
Hensley, Darwin, Marvville, Missouri, 

148 
Herod, Johnnie, Richmond, Missouri, 
114 



Herring, David, Creston, Iowa, 77 
Herzog, Sandra, Kent, Iowa, 56, 163, 

177, 229, 261 
Hiatt, James, Bethany, Missouri, 114 
Hicks, Roy, Farnhamville, Iowa, 114 
Hidalgo, Liliana, Antofagasta, Chile, 

76, 131 
Hiddleston, Roberta, Atlantic, Iowa, 

75 
Higgins, James, Shenandoah, Iowa, 

75 
Higgins, Wilbur, Ravenwood, Missou- 
ri, 75 
Hilger, Mary, Hamburg, Iowa, 75, 
148, 157, 163, 204, 206, 219, 224, 
225, 251 
Hill, Barbara, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 114 
Hill, Douglas, Greenwich, Connecti- 
cut, 114 
Hill, Harriett, Murray, Iowa, 75, 161, 

162 
Hill, John, Des Moines, Iowa, 56, 136, 

137, 184, 219, 237, 294 
Hill, Patricia, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

164 
Hillers, Patricia, Blockton, Iowa, 56, 

143, 144, 188, 261 
Hillman, Alvin, New Hampton, Mis- 
souri, 75 
Hinders, Lonnie, Allison, Iowa, 57, 

240 
Hiner, Larry, Belvue, Kansas, 114 
Hinton, Larry, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

75 
Hintz, John, Oelwein, Iowa, 114 
Hitchcock, Marjorie, Atlantic, Iowa, 

114, 164, 188 
Hixson, Susan, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 115, 163 
Hodge, Carl, Hopkins, Missouri, 115 
Hoefelmann, Linda, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 115 
Hoffelmeyer, Linda, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 115, 193 
Hoffman, Judith, Denison, Iowa, 92 
Hogur, Morris, Albany, Missouri, 115 
Hohneke, Ronald, Afton, Iowa, 57 
Holbrook, Dennis, Clarinda, Iowa, 164 
Holcomb, Dale, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

115 
Holden, Kay, Chyla, Missouri, 115, 

168 
Holmes, Judith, Graham, Missouri, 75 
Holmes, Linda, Sidney, Iowa, 115 
Holmes, Twila, Bedford, Iowa, 115 
Holtz, James, Des Moines, Iowa, 241 
Honey, Kerry, Kansas City, Missouri, 

92, 190 
Honstedt, Gary, Morton, Illinois, 57 
Hoover, Donald, Purdin, Missouri, 

115 
Hoover, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 

280 
Hopkins, Carol, Des Moines, Iowa, 57, 

223 
Hopkins, Dale, Tarkio, Misouri, 115 
Hopkins, Linda, Des Moines, Iowa, 

115, 164, 187 
Hopper, Edward, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 115 
Horn, Linda, Falls City, Nebraska, 

115 
Hornbostel, Larry, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 57 
Home, Roger, Gateway, Colorado, 57, 

175, 241 
Hornbecker, Mary, Oregon, Missouri, 

115 
Hornick, Victor, Carroll, Iowa, 115 
Horrell, Bruce, Carbondale, Illinois, 

92, 285 
Hoshor, Carol, Barnard, Missouri, 57 
Hoskins, Norma, Clarinda, Iowa, 75 
Houser, Janet, Malvern, Iowa, 92 
Houser, Larry, Raytown, Missouri, 75 
Houston, Iris, Centralia, Missouri, 

115, 188 
Houts, Carolyn, Maryville, Missouri, 

250 
Howard, Carolyn, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 115 



305 



Howard, Ernest, Shenandoah, Iowa, 
57, 162, 170 

Howard, Mary, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
115 

Howe, Janelle, Maryville, Missouri, 
57, 246 

Howe, William, Maryville, Missouri, 
75 

Howell, Fred, Creston, Iowa, 57 

Howitt, Ron, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
115, 278, 280 

Howlett, Normal, Sikeston, Missouri, 
115, 142, 165, 188 

Hoy, Stephen, Falls City, Nebraska. 
241 

Huber, William, Troy, Kansas, 115 

Hudnall, Linda, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 115 

Huesgen, Robert, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 154 

Huffman, Joyce, Creston, Iowa, 75, 
163, 180 

Huffman, Terrance, Glenwood, Iowa, 
115 

Hughes, Larry, Kent, Iowa, 92 

Hughes, Leonard, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 115, 184 

Hughes, Wendell, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 115 

Huitt, Judith, Des Moines, Iowa, 42, 
57, 144, 179, 188 

Hukill, Dennis, Stanberry, Missouri, 
92, 157 

Hukill, John, Sidney, Iowa, 92 

Hull, John, Elmo, Missouri, 75, 175 

Hull, Max, Maryville, Missouri, 57 

Hummel, Forrest, Newton, Iowa, 92 

Hummel, Thomas, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 269 

Humphrey, Michael, Clearmont, Mis- 
souri, 164 

Humphreys, John, Grant City, Mis- 
souri, 92 

Hunt, Charlene, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

115, 181, 193 

Hunt, Etta, Maryville, Missouri, 115 
Hunt, Judith, Kansas City, Missouri, 

115 
Hunt, Rodney, Maryville, Missouri, 

57 
Hunter, Linda, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

92 
Hunter, Linda, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

57, 164, 229 
Hunter, Marsha, Albany, Missouri. 

115 
Hunziger, Ronald, Fillmore, Missouri, 

116 
Hurst, Alan, Bethany, Missouri, 92 
Husted, Rowena, Rock Port, Missouri, 

92, 155 
Huston, Anne, Prairie Village, 

Kansas, 92, 224 
Hutchinson, Stephen, Grinnell, Iowa, 

116 
Hyatt, Jane, Lincoln, Nebraska, 92 
Hyder, Judy, Barnard, Missouri, 76, 

148, 163, 178, 251 
Ibsen, Carma, Des Moines, Iowa, 246 
Ijams, Earlene, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 92, 164 
Illingworth, Linda, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 116, 193 
Ingels, Shirley, HoDkins, Missouri, 92, 

164 
Ingle, James, Easton, Missouri, 116 
Ingram, Geraldine, Rock Port, Mis- 
souri, 116 
Irvin, Kathleen, Des Moines, Iowa, 

116, 178, 186 

Irvin, Lonnie, Jefferson City, Missou- 
ri, 57, 269, 271 
Irvine, James, Fairfax, Missouri, 76 
Iske, Dorothy, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

76 
Iwen, John, Persia, Iowa, 116, 192 
Jackson, Diana, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

92 
Jackson, Doug, Jefferson, Iowa, 157 
Jackson, Gerald, Maryville, Missouri, 

116 
Jackson, James, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 76, 286 



Jackson, Janet, Grant City, Missouri, 

116 
Jackson, Jurel, Maryville, Missouri, 

57, 147, 165 
Jackson, Kenneth, Lytton, Iowa, 116 
Jackson, Sharon, Lytton, Iowa, 76 
Jackson, Sharon, Elwood, Kansas, 76, 

155 
Jackson, Slade, Maryville, Missouri, 

297 
Jacobs, Sandra, Marne, Iowa, 76, 162, 

168, 179 
Jacobs, Stephen, Independence, Mis- 
souri, 116 
Jacobs, William, Harlan, Iowa, 92, 

184 
Jacobsen, David, Adair, Iowa, 116 
Jacobsen, Gene, Fontanelle, Iowa, 116 
Jacobsen, Bob, Walnut, Iowa, 92, 231 
Jacobsen, Thomas, Coon Rapids, 

Iowa, 92 
James, Kenneth, Hopkins, Missouri, 

92 
James, Ronald, Chariton, Iowa, 92, 

184, 282 
Jameson, Howard, Platte City, Mis- 
souri, 92, 238 
Jans, Kenneth, Earling, Iowa, 116 
Jans, Marilyn, Earling, Iowa, 116 
Jansen, Jerry, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

116 
Janson, Linda, Eagle Grove, Iowa, 

76, 161, 162 
Jardon, Edward, Randolph, Iowa, 116 
Jeanblanc, Joyce, Vincent, Iowa, 76, 

161, 162 
Jennings, John, Stanberry, Missouri, 

92 
Jennings, Merlin, Stanberrv, Missou- 
ri, 116, 190 
Jennings, Sandra, Nevada, Missouri, 

57, 180 
Jensen, Allan, Glenwood, Iowa, 57, 

184, 282, 283 
Jeter, James, St. Louis, Missouri, 116, 

142, 158 
Joesting, Marjorie, Tarkio, Missouri, 

116, 168 
Johnson, Bonnie, Pomeroy, Iowa, 116, 

192 
Johnson, Charles, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 116 
Johnson, Chloe, Villisca, Iowa, 92, 162 
Johnson, Clyde, Storm Lake, Iowa, 92 
Johnson, Danny, Grinnell. Iowa, 93 
Johnson, David, Lehigh, Iowa, 116 
Johnson, Eleanor, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 57, 168, 169 
Johnson, Eric, Osceola, Iowa, 116, 219 
Johnson, Gary, Rosendale, Missouri, 

93, 241 
Johnson, Harley, Maryville, Missouri, 

57, 172 
Johnson, James, Agency, Missouri. 

116 
Johnson, James, Princeton, Missouri, 

76 
Johnson, James, Lombard, Illinois, 76. 

232 
Johnson, John, Maryville, Missouri, 

76 
Johnson, Judith, Maryville, Missouri, 

93, 163, 169 
Johnson, Katherine, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 58 
Johnson, Kathryn, Tarkio, Missouri, 

116, 168, 181, 223 
Johnson, Marvin, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 

116 
Johnson, Nancy, Grinnell, Iowa, 178 
Johnson, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 

1, 43, 46, 138, 145, 209, 220, 234 
Johnson, Ruth, Ridgeway, Missouri, 

116 
Johnson, Steven, Maryville, Missouri, 

269, 273 
Johnson, Terry, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 93 
Johnson, Toni, Maryville, Missouri, 

116 
Johnson, Vivian, Quitman, Missouri, 

93 



Johnston, Kristen, North Kansas 

City, Missouri, 117, 222 
Johnston, Reanne, Lake City, Iowa, 

93, 158, 208, 210, 229, 259 
Johnston, Sharon, Cameron, Missouri, 

117, 153, 154, 155, 158 
Johnston, Sheryl, Chillicothe, Missou- 
ri, 117 
Jones, Andy, Platte City, Missouri, 

232 
Jones, Daniel, Independence, Missou- 
ri, 76 
Jones, Donald, Clearfield, Iowa, 76 
Jones, Evelyn, Maryville, Missouri, 

117 
Jones, Geoffrey, Stuart, Iowa, 117 
Jones, Janet, Dana, Iowa, 117, 193 
Jones, Joanne, Dana, Iowa, 117, 193 
Jones, Larry, Maryville, Missouri, 

117 
Jones, Linda, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 76, 

134, 144, 162 
Jones, Mary, Excelsior Springs, Mis- 
souri, 93, 188 
Jones, Mary, Plattsburg, Missouri, 

76, 144, 153, 154, 159, 248 
Jones, Pamela, Lohrville, Iowa, 93, 

162, 164, 226, 227 
Jones, Patricia, Lohrville, Iowa, 93, 

162, 164, 226, 227 
Jones, Richard, Liberty, Missouri, 165 
Jones, Ronald, Dawn, Missouri, 240, 

242, 281 
Jorgensen, Karen, Denison, Iowa, 76, 

134, 161, 181 
Judkins, Jan, Des Moines, Iowa, 117, 

226 
Julius, Allan, Manson, Iowa, 240 
Justice, Linda, Manilla, Iowa, 117 
Kading, Carolyn, Des Moines, Iowa, 

93, 155, 178, 229, 251 
Kading, Marvin, Casey, Iowa, 117 
Kagay, Thomas, Amity, Missouri, 58 
Kallauner, Larry, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 58 
Kampmann, Gary, Ridgeway, Missou- 
ri, 93 
Karaff, David, Raytown, Missouri, 76 
Kariker, Eldonna, New Hampton, 

Missouri, 76, 156, 187, 250 
Karl, Frederick, Maryville, Missouri, 

219 
Karpan, Mathew, Melcher, Iowa, 76 
Karsnak, Michael, Jersey City, New 

Jersey, 239, 269 
Raster, Dennis, Afton, Iowa, 76, 237 
Kauzlarich, Jane, Indianola, Iowa, 117 
Kauzlarich, Ronald, Melcher, Iowa, 

76, 238 
Kavanaugh, Richard, Hamilton, Mis- 
souri 
Kearney, Dowell, Osceola, Iowa, 117, 

162, 181, 190 
Keever, Douglas, Maryville, Missouri, 

242 
Keith, Kenneth, Silver City, Iowa, 93, 

184, 193 
Kelb, Betty, Norborne, Missouri, 192 
Kelim, Leslie, Martinsville, Missouri, 

117 
Keller, Glenda, Iowa Falls, Iowa, 76 
Kelling, Don, Corwith, Iowa, 93 
Kelly, Janeth, Hamburg, Iowa, 93 
Kelly, Jerry, Graham, Missouri, 76, 

175 202 239 
Kelly,' Cynthia, Redding,' Iowa, 93, 

155 
Kelly, John, East Moline, Illinois, 76, 

236 
Kelly, Ronda, Cosby, Missouri, 117, 

228 
Kelsey, David, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

117 
Kemery, Bart, Villisca, Iowa, 93, 237 
Kemp, Scott, Sumberland, Iowa, 117 
Kempton, Carolyn, Tabor, Iowa, 76, 

161, 162, 259 
Kennedy, Gary, Bolckow, Missouri, 76 
Kennedy, Mary, Bolckow, Missouri, 

117, 147, 164 
Kennedy, Ruth, Bolckow, Missouri, 
117, 147, 164 









306 









Kenny, Charolotte, Skidmore, Missou- 
ri, 117 
Keplinger, Harold, Kellerton, Missou- 
ri, 76 
Kerns, Cheryle, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 117, 168 
Kerns, Judy, Hemple, Missouri, 76, 

122, 162 
Kerwin, Kenneth, Parnell, Missouri, 

117 
Kessler, Jack, Maryville, Missouri, 76 
Ketelsen, Larry, Redfield, Iowa, 117 
Kidd, Nancy, Maryville, Missouri, 117 
Kiernan, Lawrence, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 117 
Killion, Delores, Greenfield, Iowa, 156 
Killmon, Patricia, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 77 
Kilmer, Larry, Perry, Iowa, 58, 133 
Kilpatrick, Charles, Harlan, Iowa, 77, 

165, 240 
Kimbrough, Karen, Ridgeway, Mis- 
souri, 77, 229, 243 
Kimmet, Judy, Kansas City, Missouri, 

223, 261 
Kincaid, John, Gas City, Indiana, 117 
Kincannon, Sandra, Fairfax, Missou- 
ri, 118 
Kinder, Ramona, Faucett, Missouri, 

157 
King, David, Bedford, Iowa, 93 
King, Leroy, Blockton, Iowa, 164, 165, 

242, 294 
King, Richard, Afton, Iowa, 93 
Kingery, Richard, Watson, Missouri, 

118 
Kinker, Donald, Carrollton, Missouri, 

118 
Kinker, Diane, Carrollton, Missouri, 

58, 170 
Kirby, Charles, Marquoketa, Iowa, 93 
Kirby, Larry, Linneus, Missouri, 43, 

77, 202, 220, 242 
Kirkendoll, Judy, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 118 
Klaehn, Janice, Osage, Iowa, 58, 161, 

178 
Klein, Maurine, Hamilton, Missouri, 

118 
Klein, Wlilliam, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 

118, 164 
Klever, Martha, Gray, Iowa, 58, 161, 

162, 180, 218, 225, 260 
Kline, Daryl, Afton, Iowa, 77 
Kline, Robert, Clarinda, Iowa, 93 
Klinzman, Martha, Fairfax, Missouri, 

58, 134, 168 
Kloewer, Leo, Manilla, Iowa, 118 
Klump, Elmer, Maryland Heights, 

Missouri, 118, 280 
Knapp, Karole, Sharpsburg, Iowa, 77, 

161, 162 
Knauss, James, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 

93 
Knauss, Jerry, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 

186 
Kneale, William, Oregon, Missouri, 58 
Knepper, Mary, Platte City, Missou- 
ri, 118 
Knepper, Michael, Platte City, Mis- 
souri, 47, 100, 136, 147, 218, 242 
Knittig, Dennis, Farnhambille, Iowa, 

118 
Knittl, Karol, Maryville, Missouri, 77 
Knott, Mark, Coffey, Misouri, 118, 

165 
Knox, Barbara, Casey, Iowa, 58, 153, 
154, 159, 162, 181, 188, 211, 212, 
248, 251 
Knudson, Douglas, Churdan, Iowa, 93 
Knudson, John, Everest, Kansas, 77 
Knudson, Linda, Manilla, Iowa, 77 
Kobashigawa, Jean, Kekaha Kauai, 

Hawaii, 58, 143, 144, 162, 190 
Koboldt, Bruce, Earlham, Iowa, 118 
Koch, Richard, Stanberry, Missouri, 

77, 172 
Kokesh, Jean, Ridgeway, Missouri, 93 
Kolterman, Joel, Blair, Nebraska, 93 
Kooker, Karol, Des Moines, Iowa, 93, 

177, 229 
Koros, Mary Jo, Denison, Iowa, 118, 
163 



Koski, Jane, Dunlap, Iowa, 77, 224 
Kramer, Diane, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

93, 162, 164, 220, 227 
Kratzke, Fred. Ames, Iowa, 58 
Krell, Karen, Toledo, Ohio, 118, 155, 

161, 178, 188 
Krokstrom, Carol, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 118, 193 
Kropf, Carol, Norwalk, Iowa, 118 
Kruger, Mary, Sanborn, Iowa, 93 

161, 178, 192 
Krumme, Gail, Faucett, Missouri, 77 
Kruse, Gary, Mineola, Iowa, 118 
Kruse, Larry, Denison, Iowa, 58 
Kruse, Larrv W , Glenwood, Iowa, 

235 
Krutz, Judith, Corning, Missouri, 58, 

229 
Kryselmire, Eddie, Clarinda, Iowa, 58 
Kuester. Richard, Red Oak, Iowa, 77 
Kuhn, Marv, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

147, 162, 176, 225 
Kullbom, Richard, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 77. 175 
Kurtz, Larry, Oregon, Missouri, 77 
Kurtz. Michael, Oregon, Missouri. 93 
Kyi. Janet, Des Moines, Iowa, 118 
Ladoucieur, Lloyd, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 58 
Lafferty, Carol, Maryville, Missouri. 

93 
Lafollette, Gary, Tabor, Iowa, 118, 

269 
Lager, Shirlev, St. Joseph, Missouri. 

94, 168 

Lahue, Karen, Rock Port, Missouri, 

58 
Lakavtis, Pricilla, Cameron, Missouri. 

118 
Lamar, Jane. Burlington Junction, 

Missouri, 58, 153. 159, 178. 248 
Lamar, Judv, Burlington Junction, 

Missouri, 94, 168, 178, 248 
Lambertsen, JoAnn, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 58, 162, 248 
Lambertsen, Keith. Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 58, 142, 162 
Lambright, Edwin, Savannah, Mis- 
souri, 118, 193 
Landers, Connie, Marvville, Missouri, 

58 
Lane, Bernie, Maryville, Missouri, 59 
Lang, Steve, Essex, Iowa, 77 
Langford, Neil, Albany, Missouri, 118 
Langford, Nona, Corydon, Iowa, 118 
Lanio, Carl, North Kansas Citv, Mis- 
souri, 59, 242 
Lantz, Gary, Atlantic, Iowa, 118 
Lantz, Richard, Coin, Iowa, 118 
Lapne, Frances, Glidden, Iowa, 118 
Larimore, Jo Leene, Onawa, Iowa, 59, 

163, 251, 290 
Larison, Lynda, Blockton, Iowa, 118 
Larsen, Larry, Maryville, Missouri. 

77 
Larson, Avis, Deldit, Iowa, 118, 188 
Larson, Richard, Plattsmouth, Ne- 
braska, 94 
Lasley, Gene. Maryville, Missouri. 194 
Lathrop, Robert, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 77, 184 
Lathrum, Barbara, Johnston, Iowa. 

118 
Lauhoff, Mary, Chillicothe, Missouri. 

118 
Laumann, Sharon, Rock Port, Mis- 
souri, 94. 180 
Laur, Barbara, Westboro, Missouri. 

118, 154 
Lawler, James, St. Joseph, Missouri. 

77, 164 
Lazear, Fred, Chariton, Iowa, 77, 94 
Leach, Richard, Cameron, Missouri, 

118 
Lease, Karen, Storm Lake, Iowa, 155, 

181 
Lee, Carol, Leon, Iowa, 118 
Lee, Judith, Alexandria, Virginia, 59, 

144, 190, 191 
Lee, Lonnie, Maryville, Missouri, 118, 

175 
Lees, Connie, Hastings, Iowa, 77, 168 



Lefgren, Carolyn, Hastings, Iowa, 77, 

144 
Leighninger, David, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 119 
Leming, Donald, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 94 
Lemley, Grace, Maryville, Missouri, 

119 
Leonard, Jerry, Adel, Iowa, 94, 237 
Leonard, Karen, Waukee, Iowa, 119, 

155, 186 
Lesan, Richard, Eagleville, Missouri, 

119 
Lesher, Nancy, Clearmont, Missouri, 

94, 178 
Leslie, Patricia, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

94, 260 
Letz, Richard, Des Moines, Iowa, 119 
Leu, Randall, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 94 
Levalley, Julie, Dayton, Iowa, 119, 181 
Levis, Ronald, Allerton, Iowa, 94 
Lewellen, Robert, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 43, 137 
Lewis, Carol, Maryville, Missouri, 94 
Lewis, David, Prescott, Iowa, 59 
Lewis, Gloria, Marshalltown, Iowa. 

77, 147, 176, 225 
Lewis, James, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 94 
Lewis, Jerry, Maryville, Missouri, 77 
Lewis, John, Winston. Missouri, 94 
Lewis, Nylen, Maryville, Missouri, 59 
Lewis, Robert, Sac City, Iowa, 119 
Lewis, Roger, Villisca, Iowa, 94 
Libel, Kathleen, Leona, Kansas, 119 
Lichter, Michael, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 119, 188 
Lillard, Janice, Savannah, Missouri, 

119, 193 
Lilley, Gary, Des Moines, Iowa, 119, 

171 
Lillie, Allen, Clearfield, Iowa. 119 
Lincoln, Kenneth, Pacific Junction. 

Iowa, 119 
Lind. Nadine. Parkville, Missouri, 259 
Linde, Cheryl], Harlan, Iowa, 119 
Linder, Edward, Oelwein, Iowa, 94 
Lindstrom, Jerry, Kiron, Iowa, 242 
Lindstrom, Patricia, Shannon Citv, 

Iowa, 59, 134, 153, 159, 188, 250 " 
Linville, Douglas, Bethanv, Missouri, 

119 
Linville, Georgia, Graham, Missouri, 

59, 134, 168 
Linville, Joyce, Graham, Missouri, 94 
Linville, Robert, Del Norte, Colorado, 

119 
Little, Sidney, Omaha, Nebraska, 119 
Livingston, Ernest, Excelsior Springs. 

Missouri, 236 
Loch, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 59 
Lock, Janice, Sioux City, Iowa, 59, 190 
Locke, John, Lombard, Illinois, 59, 

232, 295 
Lockhart, John, Stanberry, Missouri, 

119 
Lockridge, Katherine, Jamesport, 

Missouri, 59, 134, 162, 168, 188, 218 
Loe, Marilyn, St. Joseph, Missouri. 

119 
Logan, Billie, Graham, Missouri, 77, 

178 
Logan, Francis, Parnell, Missouri, 59 
Logan, Joe, Maryville, Missouri, 94, 

175, 239, 281 
Logan, Richard, Maryville, Missouri. 

94 
Logan, Ruth, Maryville. Missouri, 94 
Logsdon, James, Maryville, Missouri, 

94 
Long, Adaline, Des Moines, Iowa, 119 
Long, Carol, Grant City, Missouri, 

59, 204, 206 
Long, Harlan, Bethany, Missouri, 94 
Long, Marilyn, Marshalltown, Iowa, 

77, 225 
Long. Nancy, Kansas City, Missouri, 

119 
Longacre, Frank, Falls City, Nebras- 
ka, 94 
Longfellow, Jack, Lenox, Iowa, 119 
Lonn, Richard, Maryville, Missouri, 

94 



307 



Loose, Racheal, Grimes, Iowa, 264 
Loots, Marilyn, Manson, Iowa, 119, 

192 
Lopour, Eileen, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 94, 229 
Loringer, Dennis, Mineola, Iowa, 77 
Loutermilch, Sherrill, Gower, Missou- 
ri, 119 
Lovitt, Rudy, Gravity, Iowa, 119 
Lowrey, Darryl, Pattonsburg, Mis- 
souri, 94, 172 
Lowther, Laura, Carlisle, Iowa, 59, 

161, 162 
Lowry, Kenneth, Braymer, Missouri, 

119, 175 

Lucas, Sharon, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 119 
Lumm, Mary, Percival, Iowa, 119, 190 
Lundquist, Linda, Thayer, Iowa, 119, 

188 
Lupardus, Thomas, Guthrie Center, 

Iowa, 77, 142, 153, 158, 250 
Lust, Garry, Mitchellville, Iowa, 231 
Luth, Loren, Walnut, Iowa, 119 
Luttrell, Larry, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

94 
Lybarger, Judy, Denison, Iowa, 119 
Lyle, Elaine, Maryville, Missouri, 119, 

226 
Lynch, Donnellen, Maloy, Iowa, 163 
Lynch, Judy, Maryville, Missouri, 77 
Lynch, Thomas, Maryville, Missouri, 

170 
Lyon, Pat, St. Joseph, Missouri, 59, 

229 
Lyons, Arnold, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 

119 
Lytle, Jack, Harlan, Iowa, 77, 184 
Maassen, Mary, Walnut, Iowa, 120, 

192 
MacDonald, Marge, East Peoria, Illi- 
nois, 46, 60, 136, 147, 227, 274, 275 
Macey, Donna, Cocoa, Florida, 120 
Mackey, David, Bethany, Missouri, 

95, 172 
Mackey, Roger, Cosby, Missouri, 171 
Maclellan, Norman, Gt. Barrington, 

Massachusetts, 120 
Macrander, Ella, Gallatin, Missouri, 

120, 155 

Madden, Duane, Creston, Iowa, 78 
Madison, Diana, Des Moines, Iowa, 

120 
Madison, James, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 188 
Madison, Willis, Bethany, Missouri, 

95, 175, 190, 235 
Magee, Nancy, McFall, Missouri, 60, 

163 
Magennis, Janice, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 

78 
MaGill, Gary, Vail, Iowa, 242 
Magness, Danny, Roseville, Michigan, 

78, 219 
Mahan, John, Winterset, Iowa, 78 
Maharry, Maurice, Clearfield, Iowa, 

120 
Maher, Raymond, Red Oak, Iowa, 78 
Mahoney, James, Maryville, Missouri, 

60 
Main, John, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 120 
Mainquist, Leonard, Stanton, Iowa, 60 
Mains, Wayne, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

285 
Majerus, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 

95 
Makings, Vivian, Smithville, Missouri, 

95 
Malone, Kathleen, Omaha, Nebraska, 

120 
Malone, Larry, Plattsburg, Missouri, 

120 
Malone, Lavera, St. Louis, Missouri, 

120 
Maltsberger, Eddie, Maysville, Mis- 
souri, 78, 234, 235, 257 
Manard, Sandra, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 78, 112, 219 
Manger, Carl, Turney, Missouri, 120, 

164, 165 
Mann, Joan, Farragut, Iowa, 1, 5, 

95, 138 



Manning, Madilyn, Albany, Missouri, 
120 

Manning, Meredith, Albany, Missou- 
ri, 95, 154, 180 

Manning, Mike, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
60 

Marcinko, Gerald, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 60, 142 

Marek, Joan, Polo, Missouri, 120, 155, 
190 

Marek, Robert, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
78, 276, 278, 279, 280 

Markham, Michelle, Harlan, Iowa, 95, 
229 

Markt, Larry, Oregon, Missouri, 95, 
116 

Marnin, Douglas, Stuart, Iowa, 120 

Marsh, George, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 60, 239 

Marsh, Gregory, Liberty, Missouri, 
95, 237 

Marsh, Larry, Albany, Missouri, 120 

Marsh, Nancy, Grimes, Iowa, 95, 148, 
155, 260 

Marshall, Warrior, Sand Springs, 
Oklahoma, 121 

Martin, Barry, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 
129, 157, 158, 159, 250 

Martin, Carol, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
60 

Martin, Dennis, Lenox, Iowa, 95, 157, 
159 

Martin, John, Sabetha, Kansas, 121 

Martin, Mary Ann, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 78, 188 

Martin, Norma, Maryville, Missouri, 
162, 164 

Martin, Patricia, Maryville, Missouri, 
60, 153, 159, 180, 248 

Martin, Patricia L., Westboro, Mis- 
souri, 78, 156 

Martin, Ronald, Maryville, Missouri, 
78 235 

Martin, Ruth, Carroll, Iowa, 121, 149, 
178 

Mason, Frank, Shenandoah, Iowa, 
121 

Mason, Jerry, Chariton, Iowa, 81, 
231, 282 

Mason, Jane, Kansas City, Missouri, 
95, 153, 154, 159, 248, 250 

Massie, Terry, Fairfax, Missouri, 95 

Mast, Mary, Excelsior Springs, Mis- 
souri, 95, 136, 162, 188, 218, 219, 
225 

Masters, Darith, Oregon, Missouri, 
121 

Mather, Bruce, Westboro, Missouri, 
171 

Mather, Mary, Tarkio, Missouri, 78, 
161, 162, 177, 188 

Mathews, Gary, Gladstone, Missouri, 
78, 149, 233 

Mathews, Jerry, Indianola, Iowa, 239 

Mathewson, Marjorie, St. Joseph, 
Missouri, 159, 248 

Mauer, Gary, Neola, Iowa, 121 

Mauer, Virginia, Afton, Iowa, 121, 
155 

Mauseth, Robert, Iowa City, Iowa, 95 

Maxwell, Lynn, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 78 

Maxwell, Edward, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 269, 270, 286 

Maxwell, Shirley, Tabor, Iowa, 121, 
147 

Mayfield, Donna, Hopkins, Missouri, 
121 

Mazaheri, Mohamed, Conception Junc- 
tion, Missouri, 78 

Mazur, Joseph, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
60 

McBee, Jerold, Des Moines, Iowa, 120 

McCallister, James, Liberty, Missouri, 
77, 165 

McCampbell, Russell, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 120, 162, 164 

McCann, Charles, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 77 

McCarthy, Trudy, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 120 

McCartney, Barbara, Amity, Missou- 
ri, 120 



McCartney, Eileen, Fairfax, Missou- 
ri, 77, 155, 162, 165, 193 

McCarty, Pamela, Leon, Iowa, 120, 
163, 181 

McClain, Donna, Carlisle, Iowa, 94, 
168 

McClintic, Katherine, Indianola, Iowa, 
120, 164, 190 

McClintock, Judith, Sac City, Iowa, 
78, 176, 225 

McCloney, Betty, Osceola, Iowa, 78, 
162 

McCloud, Gary, Lohrville, Iowa, 94 

McClung, Jimmy, Casey, Iowa, 231 

McClure, Jack, Decatur, Iowa, 94, 238 

McCollough, Gary, Lawson, Missouri, 
120 193 219 

McComb, Edward, Glen Ellyn, Illi- 
nois, 94 

McCombs, Elaine, Humeston, Iowa, 
120 

McConkey, Susan, Barnard, Missouri, 
1, 46, 59, 138, 139, 153, 159, 188, 
205, 206, 207, 209, 218, 223, 248, 
250, 258 

McCord, Lorraine, Ravenwood, Mis- 
souri, 120 

McCord, Theresa, Ravenwood, Mis- 
souri, 94 

McCormick, Jeannie, Independence, 
Missouri, 120, 188, 224 

McCoy, Glenda, Maryville, Missouri, 
59, 161, 162 

McCoy, Nancy, Falls City, Nebraska. 
94 

McCrory, Suzanne, Mound City, Mis- 
souri, 90 

McCune, Patricia, Florissant, Missou- 
ri, 59, 144, 180, 251 

McCutchan, James, Creston, Iowa, 78 

McDonald, Sherry, Rosendale, Mis- 
souri, 94 

McDowell, Sharon, Rock Port, Mis- 
souri, 120 

McElfish, Peggy, Rock Port, Missou- 
ri, 94, 181 

McElwain, Sharon, North Kansas 
City, Missouri, 60, 161, 177, 229 

McFall, Allen, Kansas City, Missouri, 
120, 281 

McGaughey, Victor, Savannah, Mis- 
souri, 120 

McGinness, Thomas, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 78 

McGinnis, Judy, Maryville, Missouri, 
227, 258 

McGinnis, Kathleen, Carlisle, Iowa, 

94, 224, 258 

McGuire, Bruce, Vincent, Iowa, 60 

McGuire, Carolyn, Oregon, Missouri, 
120 

McGuire, Joseph, Burt, Iowa, 120 

McGuire, Mary Ann, Sun City, Cali- 
fornia, 186 

McGuire, Timothy, Vincent, Iowa, 95 

McHenry, Nancy, Harrisonville, Mis- 
souri, 78, 130, 161, 162 

Mcintosh, George, Kellerton, Iowa, 78, 
175 

Mclntyre, George, Burlington Junc- 
tion, Missouri, 78 

Mclntyre, Laverne, Burlington Junc- 
tion, Missouri, 251 

McKee, Dena, Maryville, Missouri, 60, 
168 

McKee, Richard, Maryville, Missouri, 
60 

McKee, Shirley, Pickering, Missouri, 

95, 178 

McKenzie, Beverly, Des Moines, Iowa, 
120, 163 

McKnight, Bill, Braymer, Missouri, 
120 188 

McLaughlin, Daniel, East Moline, Il- 
linois, 78, 237, 250, 256, 257 

McLaughlin, Mike, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 232, 280, 295 

McLear, Patrick, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 60, 162, 164, 165 

McMillan, Druery, Maysville, Missou- 
ri, 78, 269 

McMillen, Thor, Albany, Missouri, 60, 
154, 158, 232, 248, 250 



308 



McMinemee, Barbara, Denison, Iowa, 

95, 163 
McNally, Janet, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

120 
McNeel, Ronald, Gallatin, Missouri, 

95 
McPike, Ardis, Quitman, Missouri, 

78, 229 

McQuerrey, Joyce, Cameron, Missou- 
ri, 120, 163 

McQuigg, Karen, Redding, Iowa, 95 

McWhirter, Robert, Baxter, Iowa, 60, 
233 

Mead, Sharon, Dawn, Missouri, 121, 
190 

Meadows, Irvin, Maitland, Missouri, 
121, 158 

Meadows, Jean, Kellerton, Iowa, 95 

Mears, Charles, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
121 

Medsker, Gerald, Guilford, Missouri, 
121, 171 

Medsker, Sandra, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 121 

Meindertsma, Pete, Newton, Iowa, 95 

Menke, Kenneth, Hebron, Nebraska, 
60, 184, 235 

Mercer, Daryl, Parnell, Missouri, 95 

Mercer, Ronald, Maryville, Missouri, 
78 

Meredith, John, St. Louis, Missouri, 
121, 184 

Mergenthaler, David, Glenwood, Illi- 
nois, 78 

Merker, James, Shenandoah, Iowa, 95 

Merrill, Janet, Greenfield, Iowa, 78, 
162, 220, 225, 251, 290 

Merrill, Martha, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
224 

Merrill, Mel, Princeton, Missouri, 60, 
239 

Merritt, Frances, Braddyville, Iowa, 
248, 250 

Merritt, Ronald, Maryville, Missouri, 
79 

Messerli, Kenneth, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 121 

Messerli, Larry, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

79, 220, 233 

Messerly, Richard, Vincent, Iowa, 79. 

240 
Messick, Nida, Maryville, Missouri, 79 
Messner, Fred, Stanberry, Missouri, 

60, 172, 175, 190 

Metting, Karen, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
61 

Metzgar, Thomas, Mound City, Mis- 
souri, 121 

Metzgar, Bill, Mound City, Missouri, 
121 

Meyer, Eugene, Dedham, Iowa, 121 

Meyer, Helen, Maryville, Missouri, 95 

Meyer, Judith, Hull, Illinois, 79, 95, 
188 

Meyer, Judith K., Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 164 

Meyer, Marcia, King City, Missouri, 
61 

Meyer, Mary, Platte City, Missouri, 

61, 177, 229 

Meyer, Patricia, Modale, Iowa, 79, 

229 
Meyers, Walter, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

79, 234, 235 
Meyers, Zana, Morrill, Kansas, 121 
Michel, Peggy, Northboro, Iowa, 95, 

192 
Michelson, Mason, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 95, 234, 235 
Miller, Becky, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

79, 161 
Miller, Carolyn, Manilla, Iowa, 121 
Miller, Clarence, Sioux City, Iowa, 47 
Miller, Cynthia, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 121, 224 
Miller, Deloris, Hamburg, Iowa, 79 
Miller, Edwin, Des Moines, Iowa, 121 
Miller, Howard, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

95, 175 
Miller, Janice, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

121, 163, 224 
Miller, John, Stanberry, Missouri, 121 



Miller, Judith, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
47, 95, 136, 225 

Miller, Judy, Greenfield, Iowa, 61, 
225 

Miller, Kathleen, Manilla, Iowa, 61, 
161, 180, 218 

Miller, Kenda, Kansas City, Missouri, 
121 

Miller, Larry, Scranton, Iowa, 79 

Miller, Loring, Leon, Iowa, 121 

Miller, Marcia, Savannah, Missouri, 
246, 251 

Miller, Mary, Chillicothe, Missouri, 
121 

Miller, Mary, Stanberry, Missouri, 
79, 164 

Miller, Mary P., Maryville, Missouri, 
61 

Miller, Peggy H., Corning, Iowa, 181 

Miller, Peggy S., Indianola, Iowa, 
121, 168 

Miller, Richard, Clarinda, Iowa, 121 

Miller, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 
121 

Miller, Robert J., Denison, Iowa, 121 

Miller, Shirley, Excelsior Springs, 
Missouri, 95, 225 

Miller, Susan, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
96, 179, 220, 228, 229 

Miller, Terry, Gilman City, Missouri, 
79 

Milligan, Jennifer, Ridgeway, Missou- 
ri, 121, 168 

Mills, Donna, Murray, Iowa, 96, 168 

Mills, Karen, Jameson, Missouri, 61, 
161, 180, 193, 253 

Millsaps, Creed, Rock Port, Missouri. 
96 

Minnick, Doug, Creston, Iowa, 96 

Mishmash, Donna, West Des Moines, 
Iowa, 122 

Mitchell, Eugene, Bedford, Iowa, 122 

Mitchell, Frances, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 61 

MitcheM, Paul, Brooks, Iowa, 96 

Mitchell, Ronald, Storm Lake, Iowa, 
96, 242 

Mitchell, Stephen, Fairfax, Missouri, 
96 

Mitchell, Victor, Independence, Mis- 
souri, 122 

Mitchell, Warren, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 79, 170 

Mittelstadt, Donald, Storm Lake, 
Iowa. 242 

Mock, Margaret, New Hampton, Mis- 
souri, 96, 168, 251 

Modrell, Paula, Easton, Missouri, 61, 
144, 162, 168, 186 

Moles, Neal, Maryville, Missouri, 96 

Monroe, James, Grinnell, Iowa. 122 

Montgomery, Jo Ann, St. Joseph, 
Missouri, 122, 168, 222 

Monthei, Pamela, Jefferson, Iowa, 122 

Moody, Mary Ann, Manson, Iowa, 122 

Mooney, Louis, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
122 

Moore, David, Maryville. Missouri, 61 

Moore, James, Smithville, Missouri. 
122 

Moore, Jay, Savannah, Missouri, 96 

Moore, Luetta, Maryville, Missouri. 
61 

Moore, Robert, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 96, 190, 235 

Moore, Shirlev, Spencer, Iowa, 42, 79, 
134, 136, 137, 164, 179, 210, 218, 
222, 223 

Morehouse, Barbara, Hopkins, Mis- 
souri, 79, 162, 178 

Morehouse, Sharon, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 61, 168 

Morgan, Ruth, Kansas City, Missouri, 
79 

Moriarty, Dennis, Storm Lake, Iowa, 
96, 186 

Morris, Phyllis, Mound City, Missou- 
ri, 122 

Morris, Robert, Gilman City, Mis- 
souri, 122 

Morris, Ted, Kansas City, Missouri, 
96 



Morris, Vonna, Union Star, Missouri, 

79, 162 
Morrow, Glenn, Pickering, Missouri, 

96, 155, 248 
Morrow, Lois, Blanchard, Iowa, 122 
Mortensen, Don, Maryville, Missouri, 

122 
Mortensen, Duane, Audubon, Iowa, 

122 
Mortensen, Sue, Rock Port, Missouri, 

61 
Morton, Ann, Shenandoah, Iowa, 122 
Moseman, John, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 96 
Moser, Marilyn, St. ooseph, Missouri, 

79 
Moser, Patricia, Wathena, Kansas, 

156 
Motsinger, Gaylord, Creston, Iowa, 79 
Moyle, Mary, Lenox, Iowa, 96, 163 
Mozingo, Jerry, Maryville, Missouri, 

122 
Mozingo, Nancy, Maryville, Missouri, 

96 
Muench, Douglas, Ogden, Iowa, 96 
Mullen, Diana, Bedford, Iowa, 122 
Mullenax, Lucille, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 79, 163 
Mullins, Donna, Essex, Iowa, 122, 155, 

162, 188 
Murawski, Ron, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

61, 186, 206, 218, 234, 235 
Murphy, Geraldine, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 61, 147, 170 
Murphy, Mary Lou, Greene, Iowa, 61, 

148, 162, 165 
Murphy, Michael, Shenandoah, Iowa, 

122, 175 
Murray, Elaine, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 163, 228 
Murrell, Philip, Winterset, Iowa, 79, 

162, 251 
Mutz, Mike, Maryville, Missouri, 250, 

256 
Myers, Linda, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

79 
Myers, Myrna, Agency, Missouri, 61 
Mylan, Lynne, Adel, Iowa, 122 
Myrtue, Jerry, Harlan, Iowa, 175 
Nail. James, Kansas City, Missouri, 

122 
Nash, Richard, Maitland, Missouri, 

61, 171 
Nash, Sharon, Kansas City, Missouri, 

122 
Nauroth, Janet, Dunlap, Iowa, 122, 

163 
Nazarene Jon, Red Oak, Iowa, 96 
Nedrow, Larry, Falls City, Nebraska, 

96, 236 
Neidt, Virginia, Marvville, Missouri, 

61, 148, 163 

Neil, Michael, Shenandoah, Iowa, 61 
Nelson, Barbara, Sidney, Iowa, 122, 

163 
Nelson, Bonnie, Griswold, Iowa, 122 
Nelson, Charles, Bolckow, Missouri, 

62, 187, 242 

Nelson, Colleen, Irwin, Iowa, 122, 

155, 181 
Nelson, Franz, Bolckow, Missouri, 62 
Nelson, James, Maryville, Missouri, 

122 
Nelson, Judy, Atlantic, Iowa, 73, 79, 

162 
Nelson, Kenneth, Westboro, Missouri, 

96 
Nelson, Larry, Tabor, Iowa, 79 
Nelson, Marietta, Barnard, Missouri, 

122 
Nelson, Mary, Bolckow, Missouri, 96, 

178, 187 
Nelson, Regina, Plattsmouth, Nebras- 
ka, 122, 186, 224 
Nelson, Roger, Hamlin, Iowa, 122 
Nelson, Ronnie, Sheridan, Missouri, 

79 
Nelson, William, Lucas, Iowa, 62, 142 
Nerling, Joseph, Independence, Mis- 
souri, 122 
Netherton, Jerry, Perry, Iowa, 122 
Neuberger, Dean, Renwick, Iowa, 96 



309 



Neuroth, Stephen, Storm Lake, Iowa, 
47, 186, 202, 242 

Neustadt, David, Lagrange, Illinois, 
184 

Nevitt, Emily, Dexter, Iowa, 62, 98, 
161, 162, 179, 218 

Nevitt, Mary Lou, Dexter, Iowa, 96, 
188 

Newberg, Robert, Fillmore, Missouri 
79 

Newberry, Ron, Maryville, Missouri, 
157 

Newbrough, Patricia, Storm Lake, 
Iowa, 122, 181 

Newcomer, Larry, Guilford, Missouri, 
122 

Newman, Janet, Maryville, Missouri, 
122 

Newman, Larry, Maryville, Missouri, 
122 

Newman, Lonna, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 79, 164 

Newsome, Mary, Indianola, Iowa. 122 

Newton, Marvin, Winterset, Iowa, 
123 

Newton, Ronald, Chillicothe, Missou- 
ri, 123 

Newton, Vicki, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 96 

Nicholas, Sam, Maryville, Missouri, 
123 

Nichols, Charlotte, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 123, 190 

Nichols, James, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 123 

Nichols, Nancy, Tingley, Iowa, 79, 
225 

Nickell, Veriel, Maryville, Missouri, 
96, 254 

Nielsen, Larry, Maryville, Missouri. 
62 

Nielson, Linda. Barnard, Missouri, 62, 
134, 175, 187, 218 

Nieman. Judy, Manilla, Iowa, 96, 223 

Noah, Patsy, Rock Port. Missouri, 96, 
106, 162, 251, 274, 275 

Noble, Gerald, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 96 

Noble, Michael, Roseville, Michigan, 
123 

Noe. Linda, St. Joseph, Missouri, 96, 
168 

Noel, Phillip. Oregon, Missouri, 96 

Nordstrum, Douglas, Garden Grove, 
Iowa, 79, 184, 218, 233 

Nordstrum, Robert, Garden Grove, 
Iowa, 62, 170, 184 

Norman, Dennis, Lansing, Illinois, 97 

Norris, Carol, Oregon, Missouri. 123 

Norris, Connie, Des Moines, Iowa, 
123, 226 

Norris, Kathleen, Griswold, Iowa, 79 

Northwall, Carolyn, Spencer, Iowa, 62 

Nugent, Margaret, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 123, 162 

Nurek, Charles, Pontiac, Michigan, 79 

Oberhelman, Susan, Parkville, Mis- 
souri, 62, 162, 163, 164. 219 

O'Conner, Margaret, Lawler, Iowa, 62 

O'Conner, Paul, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
157, 248 

O'Dell, Hazel, Kellerton, Iowa, 123 

Oder. Larry, Maryville, Missouri, 79, 
172, 175 

O'Donnell. James, Conception Junc- 
tion, Missouri, 123 

Oehrle, Joan, Maryville, Missouri, 79 

Oehrle, Norman, Maryville, Missouri. 
80 

Oeser, Fritz. Independence, Missouri, 
62, 175, 187 

Ogren, Maxine, Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Ohnesorge, Forrest, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 62, 190 

Okinaka, Rich, Makawao. Hawaii, 48 

Olenhouse, Terrell, Chillicothe, Mis- 
souri, 123 

Olenius, Richard, Stanton, Iowa, 62, 
220, 231 

Olsen, Marlys, West Des Moines, 
Iowa, 123 

Olson, Alan, Irwin, Iowa, 97 

Olson, Barbara, Manilla, Iowa, 97, 
144, 181 

Olson, Duane, Irwin, Iowa, 123 



Olson, Lyle, Red Oak, Iowa, 164 
O'Neill, Thomas, Raytown, Missouri, 

62, 164, 165 
Oriley, Ina, Burlington Junction, Mis- 
souri, 80, 148, 178, 251 
Oriley, William, Maryville, Missouri, 

163 
O'Rourke, Tim, Saddle Brook, New 

Jersey, 123, 269 
Ortega, Sylvia, Laredo, Texas, 97 
Osborn, Ethel, Winterset, Iowa, 62, 

152, 161, 164, 166, 175, 251 
Osborn, Lavonne, Gentry, Missouri, 

162 
Osmond, Ronald, Omaha, Nebraska, 

123 
Ossowski, Roger, Moline, Illinois, 80, 

236 
Ostring, Nancy, Waukee. Iowa, 123 
Ostrus, Sharon, Wiota, Iowa, 42, 62 
Otte, Betty, Maryville, Missouri. 80 
Outs. Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 80, 

238 
Owen, Dinah, Kansas City, Missouri, 

156, 251 
Owen, Larry, Mill Grove, Missouri, 

97 
Owen, Willa, Maysville, Missouri, 248 
Owen, Jeannie, Denver, Missouri, 97, 

181 
Owens, Henen, Maryville, Missouri, 

62 
Owens, Joan, Clearfield, Iowa. 80 
Owens, Judy, Maryville, Missouri, 

123, 222 
Owens, Robert, Sun Prairie, Wiscon- 
sin, 231 
Owens. Thomas, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

97, 164, 165 
Oxley, John, St. Joseph, Missouri, 97 
Pabian, Lavergne, Toledo, Iowa, 97 
Packer, Allan, Chenango Forks, New 

York, 80, 87, 282, 283 
Page. William, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

237 
Painter, Sharon, Omaha, Nebraska, 

123 
Pallo, Daniel, Sugar Creek, Missouri, 

123 
Palmer, Irvin, Hamilton, Missouri, 

123 
Palumbo, Judith, Coco Solo, Canal 

Zone, 123, 178 
Palumbo, Karen, Maryville, Missouri, 

62 
Paolillo, Vincent, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 235 
Papas, Leo, Sioux Falls, South Da- 
kota, 43, 47, 139, 206, 269, 270 
Parker, Linda, Martinsville, Missouri, 

123 
Parks, Donna, Carrollton, Missouri, 

62, 134, 147, 162 

Parman, Eddie, Hatfield, Missouri, 
80 

Parman, Larry, Eagleville, Missouri, 
123 

Parman, Wallace, Eagleville, Missou- 
ri, 80 

Parr. Alfred, Humeston, Iowa, 154 

Parrish, Mardelle, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 123 

Partlow, Richard, Menlo. Iowa. 123 

Parton, Leanna, Gallatin, Missouri, 
97 

Pascal, Diane, Pocahontas, Iowa, 97, 
177, 229 

Patience, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 

63, 142, 156, 187 

Patterson, Carole, Carter Lake, Iowa, 
123 

Patterson, Dennis, Norwalk, Iowa, 
123 

Paulsen, Marlus, Avoca, Iowa, 123, 
192 

Paulson, Carroll, Ogden, Iowa, 80 

Pawlowski, James, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 63 

Paxton, Patricia, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 74, 97, 229 

Payton, Sharon, Des Moines, Iowa, 
123 

Pearce, James, Fairfax, Missouri, 80 



Pearcy, Charles, Maryville, Missouri, 

63 
Pearson, Peter, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 

63, 149, 252, 254, 255, 257 
Peart, Charles, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 123 
Peart, Larry, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 97, 231 
Pedersen, Eileen, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 123, 168 
Pedersen, Georgea, Storm Lake, Iowa, 

124 
Pedersen, Linda, Des Moines, Iowa, 

124 
Pederson, Jennifer, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 124 
Peirce, Joseph, Englewood, Colorado, 

80, 240, 276, 279, 280 
Pendleton, Roy, Turney, Missouri, 

124, 164 
Peppmeier, John, Creston, Iowa, 80, 

236 
Perez, James, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 97, 

269, 273 
Perkins, Janet, Grimes, Iowa, 124 
Perlenfein, Connie, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 

124 
Peters, Karen, Des Moines, Iowa, 97, 

193, 229, 248, 251 
Petersen, David, Exira, Iowa, 124, 

269 
Petersen, Dianne, Atlantic, Iowa, 80, 

162 
Petersen, Janice, Brayton, Iowa, 124 
Petersen, Kenneth, Bethel, Kansas, 

239, 269 
Petersen, Richard, Earlham, Iowa, 

80, 158, 170, 240 
Peterson, Carl, Stanton, Iowa, 63, 

145, 220, 235 
Peterson, Donald, Big Rapids, Mich- 
igan, 102, 184, 238, 287 
Peterson, Dorothy, Red Oak, Iowa, 80 
Peterson, Harriete, Carl Junction, 

Missouri, 97, 222 
Peterson, Jeannie, Corning, Iowa, 97 
Peterson, Martin, Shenandoah, Iowa, 

124, 165, 188 
Peterson, Michael, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 269, 271, 279 
Peterson, Pamela, Atlantic, Iowa, 124 
Peterson, Richard, Earlham, Iowa, 

157 
Petherick, Ida, Maryville, Missouri, 

264 
Petree, Joetta, Braymer, Missouri, 

110, 124, 188 
Petry, Rex, Maryville, Missouri, 80 
Pettegrew, Bob, Excelsior Springs, 

Missouri, 219, 287 
Pettijohn, Ethel, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

63 
Petty, Carol, Des Moines, Iowa, 97, 

227 
Petty, Lloyd, Stanberry, Missouri, 

124 
Pfeifer, Dorothy, Maryville, Missouri, 

220 
Pfeiffer, Marilyn, Red Oak, Iowa, 

227, 261 
Phillips, Billie, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 124, 181, 228 
Phillips, Cheri, Braymer, Missouri, 

124, 188 
Phillips, Helen, Prescott, Iowa, 80 
Phillips, Jimmy, Osceola, Iowa, 80, 

124 
Phillips, Larry, Cainsville, Missouri, 

124, 165 
Phillips, Randy, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 97, 233, 281 
Phillips, Richard, Stanberry, Missou- 
ri, 124, 140 
Phillips, Rick, Maryville, Missouri, 

239 
Phillips, Rodney, Chillicothe, Missou- 
ri, 124 
Phillips, Tom, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

124 
Phipps, Delvin, Marshalltown, Iowa, 

63, 164 
Phoenix, Phyllis, Des Moines, Iowa, 

63, 144, 162 



310 






Phoenix, Sharon, Des Moines, Iowa, 
63, 134, 144, 161, 163, 218, 259 

Pickering, Marvin, Winterset, Iowa, 
124 

Pierce, Michael, West Des Moines, 
Iowa, 124, 154 

Pierce, Milo, Anita, Iowa, 97 

Pierce, William, Lansing, Illinois, 80, 
171 

Pierpoint, Lorna, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 80, 181 

Pierson, Ronald, Rulo, Nebraska, 97 

Pinckney, Robert, Glenn Mills, Penn- 
sylvania, 124 

Piper, Philip, Shawnee, Kansas, 97, 
164, 165 

Pittsenbarger, Gary, Hopkins, Mis- 
souri, 248 

Pitzenberger, Vergene, Hopkins, Mis- 
souri, 124 

Place, Phillip, Maryville, Missouri, 
124 

Planalp, Susan, Oregon, Missouri, 124 

Ploghoft, Susan, Red Oak, 4owa, 97 

Plymell, James, New Hampton, Mis- 
souri, 124 

Poage, Donald, Maryville, Missouri, 
124, 193 

Polley, Brownnie, Ridgeway, Missou- 
ri, 113 

Poloski, William, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 124 

Polsley, James, Maryville, Missouri, 
63, 147 

Pomeroy, Ronald, Dedham, Iowa, 97 

Poole, Christena, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 124, 162 

Pope, Mary, Maryville, Missouri, 124, 
186 

Porter, Janila, Maryville, Missouri, 
124 

Porter, Philip, Tarkio, Missouri, 97 

Posler, Carole, Ridgeway, Missouri, 
97, 162 

Posson, Charles, Parkville, Missouri, 
97, 142 

Potter, Mary, Sidney, Iowa, 124, 181, 
147 

Pottorff, Jerry, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 80 

Potts, Mary, Hamilton, Missouri, 124 

Potts, Richard, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
125 

Powell, Stephen, Fairfax, Missouri, 97 

Poynter, Harold, Maryville, Missouri, 

97, 193, 240 

Prater, Craig, Bolckow, Missouri, 125, 

149, 254 
Pratt, David, Red Oak, Iowa, 97 
Pratt, Phyllis, Maryville, Missouri, 

248 
Pratt, Sidney, Maryville, Missouri, 

248 
Pressley, Earl, Maryville, M.issouri, 

80 
Price, Kenneth, Plattsmouth, Nebras- 
ka, 63, 152, 250, 252, 256 
Price, Larry, McFall, Missouri, 80 
Price, Margaret, North Kansas City, 

Missouri, 125, 254 
Price, Ruth, Fairfax, Missouri, 125, 

162, 165 
Price, Sarah, Fairfax, Missouri, 125 
Prieditis, Dagnia, Clarinda, Iowa, 125 
Prior, Linda, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

98, 162, 178, 226 

Pritchard, Celia, Maryville, Missouri, 

98 
Pritchard, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 

63, 170 
Probasco, Gene, Newton, Iowa, 235 
Propst, Ed, Des Moines, Iowa, 63, 242 
Pross, David, Atlantic, Iowa, 242 
Proudfit, Thomas, Rock Port, Missou- 
ri, 80 
Pruitt, Alan, Elmo, Missouri, 125 
Pryor, Joseph, Maryville, Missouri, 80 
Przybylski, Thomas, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 98, 175, 236 
Pulley, Robert, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

125 
Purviance, Dennis, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 237 
Pyle, Richard, Maryville, Missouri, 63 



Queen, Lynda, Tabor, Iowa, 63, 147, 
149, 152, 254, 258 

Quigley, Patricia, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 63 

Quigley, Rodney, Albany, Missouri, 
98, 164 

Quinn, James, Maryville, Missouri, 
125, 188 

Quinn, Janet, Stanberry, Missouri, 

125, 162 

Rains, Robert, Rippey, Iowa, 63 
Ramsey, Thomas, Graham, Missouri, 

80 
Ranck, Lowell, Corning, Iowa, 98 
Randall, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 

80, 109 

Randall, Shirley, Maryville, Missouri, 

98 
Randle, Vern, Sheridan, Missouri, 125 
Ranum, David, Kansas City, Missouri, 

126, 233, 269, 271 

Rasco, Thomas, Barnard, Missouri, 98 
Rasmussen, Gary, Walnut, Iowa, 125, 

254 
Rasmussen, Karlene, Harlan, Iowa, 

98 
Ratliff, Renee, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

125 
Rawlins, Larry, Amity, Missouri, 80, 

153, 156, 158, 162, 250 
Ray, Dorothy, Maryville, Missouri, 

72, 80, 147, 164, 165, 202, 223 
Ray, Mary, Barnard, Missouri, 257 
Rea, Janet, Shenandoah, Iowa, 125 
Reaksecker, Marcia, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 63 
Reck, Bob, Burlington Junction, Mis- 
souri, 248 
Reck, Catherine, Burlington Junction, 

Missouri, 248 
Redd, James, St. Louis, Missouri, 63, 

145, 184, 233, 269, 270 
Redd, Regina, Clayton, Missouri, 125 
Redman, Rosalie, Leon, Iowa, 98 
Redmorrd, Michael, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 164, 165, 237 
Reece, Robert, Iowa Falls, Iowa, 80, 

269, 282 
Reed, Dennis, Des Moines, Iowa, 125 
Reed, Linda, Des Moines, Iowa, 98, 

229 
Reeder, Edward, Lombard, Illinois, 

165 
Reeder, Richard, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 98, 142 
Reedholm, Charles, Dayton. Iowa, 125 
Rees, Merlyn, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 

125, 190 
Reeves, Rita, Hamburg, Iowa, 125 
Reichen, William, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 80 
Reichenbacker, Judith, Des Moines, 

Iowa, 81 
Reid, Sandra, Harlan, Iowa, 125, 168 
Reiff, William, Manilla, Iowa, 242 
Reiman, Dale, Templeton, Iowa, 98 
Reineke, Cheryl, Parkville, Missouri, 

125, 149, 190, 254 
Reineke, Larry, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 63, 233 
Rempe, Robert, Pella, Iowa, 269, 273 
Remund, David, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 

81, 276, 278, 280 

Remund, Kathy, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 
98 

Renken, Nancy, Palmer, Iowa, 125, 
155, 162 

Reno, Janice, Altamont, Missouri, 64 

Rentfrow, George, Trenton, Missouri, 
81 

Reser, James, Clearwater, Kansas, 
125, 165 

Reser, Phillip, Independence, Missou- 
ri, 125, 149, 257 

Rettenmaier, David, Carroll, Iowa, 
34, 43, 240 

Reynolds, James, Orient, Iowa, 125 

Reynolds, Neil, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
285 

Reynolds, Raymond, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 98, 162, 218, 237 

Reynolds, Eddie, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 98 



Rich, Sheryl, Anita, Iowa, 125, 178, 
222 

Richard, Jill, Excelsior Springs, Mis- 
souri, 98, 162, 164, 181, 188 

Richards, Donald, Tingley, Iowa, 98 

Richards, Margaret, Bridgewateir, 
Iowa, 81, 162, 258 

Richardson, Garry, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 175, 237 

Riddell, Joyce, Cameron, Missouri, 98, 
168, 177, 188 

Riddell, Martha, Cameron, Missouri, 
125, 188 

Riddle, Kathy, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

125, 138, 139, 140, 141, 162, 164 
Ridenour, Mona, Sheridan, Missouri, 

125 
Ridge, Dianna, Grant City, Missouri, 

98 
Ridge, Joyce, Agency, Missouri, 81 
Ridgeway, Cheryl, Council Bluffs, 

Iowa, 125 
Ridgway, John, Des Moines, Iowa, 

281 
Rigler, Roma, Adair, Iowa, 126 
Riley, Carolyn, Van Meter, Iowa, 126, 

188 
Riley, Charles, Maryville, Missouri, 

242 
Riley, Frank, Hopkins, Missouri, 81 
Riley, Sharon, Kansas City, Missouri, 

126, 168 

Rinehart, Robert, Boone, Iowa, 81 
Ring, Donna, Maryville, Missouri, 

155, 188 
Ripley, Mary, College Springs, Iowa, 

98 
Risser, Oakly, Sheridan, Missouri, 81 
Ris'sler, William, Blue Springs, Mis- 
souri, 98, 142, 188, 254 
Ristau, Carol, Luverne, Iowa, 126, 192 
Robbins, Donald, Neola, Iowa, 98, 239 
Roberts, David, Atchison, Kansas, 81 
Roberts, Edwin, Grant City, Missou- 
ri, 98, 153, 159, 236, 250 
Roberts, Patricia, Sugar Creek, Mis- 
souri, 126 
Robertson, John, Albany, Missouri, 98 
Robertson, Stuart, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 81, 142 
Robey, Jerry, Maryville, Missouri, 81, 

233 
Robidoux, Deanna, Helena, Missouri, 

81 
Robinson, Kay, Gainesville, Texas, 

126 
Robinson, Sandra, North Kansas 

City, Missouri, 98, 179, 229 
Robison, Pamella, Liberty, Missouri, 

188, 228 
Rockhold, Curtis, Allerton, Iowa, 98 
Rodriguez, Alberto, Des Moines, Iowa, 

98, 240 
Roe, Eddielea, St. Louis, Missouri, 81, 

152, 252, 254, 255, 257 
Rogers, Edward, Carroll, Iowa, 155 
Rogers, Kay, Craig, Missouri, 155 
Rogness, Susan, Ames, Iowa, 126, 192 
Rohlfs, Frederick, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 142 
Rohrberg, Coreen, Glenwood, Iowa, 

64, 147, 162, 192 
Roland, Ralph, Maryville, Missouri, 

64 
Roland, Warren, Atlantic, Iowa, 98 
Rolf, Benjamin, Red Oak, Iowa, 81, 

231 
Rolf, Dale, Westboro, Missouri, 81 
Rollins, James, Newton, Iowa, 64, 184 
Roney, Nancy, Maryville, Missouri, 81 
Rosecrans, Karen, Hopkins, Missouri, 

126, 222 
Rosenbohm, Carol, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 126 
Rosenow, Larry, Defiance, Iowa. 64, 

142, 190 
Rosier, Connie, Mound City, Missouri, 

126, 190 
Ross, Eileen, Kansas City, Missouri, 

47, 161, 190, 227 
Ross, Glenn, St. Joseph, Missouri, 64 
Ross, James, Bethany, Missouri, 81 
Ross, Jeanne, Bedford, Iowa, 228 



311 






Ross, Mick, Maryville, Missouri, 98, 

269, 272, 284 
Roth, Carol, Des Moines, Iowa, 126, 

186 
Roth, Jean, Davenport, Iowa, 64 
Roth, Larry, Kansas City, Missouri, 

98, 154, 175 
Rother, Elizabeth, Maitland, Missouri, 

64 
Rotts, Nancy, St. Joseph, Missouri, 98 
Roudybush, Cheryl, Kellerton, Iowa, 

81 
Roush, Ross, Pickering, Missouri, 81 
Rowe, Janice, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

163 
Rowe, Joan, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 126 
Rowe, Robert, Savannah, Missouri, 

126 
Rowen, Elihu, Sheridan, Missouri, 126 
Rowland, Gary, Albany, Missouri, 64, 

175 
Ruble, Vicki, Indianola, Iowa, 126, 

163, 181 
Ruddell. Marilyn, Skidmore, Missouri, 

64, 164, 165 
Rule, Raymond, Dunlap, Iowa, 126 
Rus, Gary, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 81 
Rusk, Ronald, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 

126, 281 
Russell, Donald, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

126 
Russell, Jacqueline, Des Moines, 

Iowa, 98, 113, 195, 198 
Russell, Marcia, Graham, Missouri, 

126 
Saale, Suzanne, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

126, 140, 149, 254 
Sadler, Jelane, Correctionville, Iowa, 

126, 168, 188 
Saemisch, Juda, Maryville, Missouri, 

126, 169, 195 
Saemisch, Richard, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 99, 175, 195 
Sager, Judy, Stanberry, Missouri, 81. 

148, 156, 163, 250 
Sales, Charlene, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

164 
Salfrank, Janet, Shenandoah, Iowa, 

126, 178 
Salfrank, Judy, Shenandoah, Iowa, 

81, 134, 161, 181 
Salfrank, Susan, Rock Port, Missouri, 

126 
Samuel, Connie, Winterset, Iowa, 248 
Sand, Mary, Blockton, Iowa, 81, 144 
Sander, Ronald, Palls City, Nebraska, 

99 
Saner, Paul, Shenandoah, Iowa, 99 
Saucerman, Alvera, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 64 
Sauer, William, Hamlin, Kansas, 81 
Saunders, Shirley, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 99 
Sauter, Arthur, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

64, 237 
Sauvago, Phillip, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 

81 
Sawyer, Jane, Red Oak, Iowa, 126, 

155 
Saxton, Larry, Barnard, Missouri, 154 
Scamman, Mark, Rock Port, Missouri, 

64 
Schaag, Dennis, Maryville, Missouri, 

285 
Schaeffer, Kenneth, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 64 
Schafer, Shirley, Dexter, Iowa, 99 
Schaller, William, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 99, 234, 235 
Schantz, Dean, Red Oak, Iowa, 64, 

134, 164 
Schatz, Gloria, Falls City, Nebraska, 

99 
Schatz, James, Falls City, Nebraska, 

126 
Scheer, Edward, Maryville, Missouri, 

81, 188 
Scheer, Jim, Maryville, Missouri, 188 
Scheller, Lynn, Toledo, Ohio, 126, 155, 

161, 188 
Schenkel, Kenneth, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 99 



Schenkelberg, Michael, Carroll, Iowa, 
99 

Schieber, Joseph, Conception Junc- 
tion, Missouri, 126 

Schieber, Marilyn, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 126 

Schieber, Patricia, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 81 

Schieber, Robert, Stanberry, Missou- 
ri, 81 

Schieber, Sheila, Stanberry, Missou- 
ri, 99, 168, 186, 224, 225 

Schlegel, Roger, Dubuque, Iowa, 99, 
233, 269, 271 

Schlichting, Kathryn, Andalvsia, Illi- 
nois, 126, 163, 192 

Schmidt, Robert, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 
127 

Schmidt, Ronald, Maryville, Missouri, 
127 

Schmidt, Sharon, Langdon, Missouri, 
64, 134, 144, 162, 164 

Schmitz, Carmelita, Parnell, Missouri, 
127, 186 

Schnathorst, Dennis, Baxter, Iowa, 99 

Schnegelberger, Lois, Langdon, Mis- 
souri, 127 



Richmond, Mich- 

Cosby, Missouri, 



Schneider, Daniel, 
igan, 81, 142 

Schneider, Linda, 
127, 193 

Schneider, Roger, Crosby, Missouri, 
250 

Schnell, David, Des Moines, Iowa, 164 

Schnell, Joyce, Grinnell, Iowa, 127 

Schnobrich, Forrest, Casey, Iowa, 64, 
242 

Schooler, Terry, Colorado Springs, 
Colorado, 81 

Schope, James, Marion, Iowa, 99 

Schott, Eddie, Kansas City, Missouri, 
127 

Schrader, Garla, Knoxville, Iowa, 64, 
90 

Schreiner, Doris, Moville, Iowa, 64, 
144, 162, 164, 180 

Schoeder, Edward, Oregon, Missouri, 
99, 165 

Schroeder, John, Hebron, Nebraska, 
65 

Schuckenbrock, Patricia, Ludlow, Mis- 
souri, 81, 176 

Schug, Jay, Storm Lake, Iowa, 81 

Schulenberg, Mary, Hiawatha, 
Kansas, 99, 210, 224, 225, 244 

Schuler, Robert, Atlantic, Iowa, 127 

Schultz, Edward, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 197, 286 

Schultz, Jane, Malvern, Iowa, 65, 170, 
188 

Schultz, Lorraine, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 65, 140, 147, 197 

Schultz, Mark, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
127 

Schuster, Charles, Waterloo, Iowa, 
127 

Schwab, Gail, Crestion, Iowa, 81 

Schwieso, Dennis, Manilla, Iowa, 82, 
218, 233 

Scott, Alan, Kansas City, Missouri, 
99, 142 

Scott, Judy, Grant City, Missouri, 99 

Scott, Larry, Carroll, Iowa, 127 

Scott, Ronnie, Orrville, Ohio, 82 

Scott, Vincent, Hopkins, Missouri, 
127 

Seabaugh, Kathryne, Savannah, Mis- 
souri, 47, 127, 181, 222 

Sealing, Roberta, Maryville, Missouri, 
65, 163 

Seat, David, Denver, Missouri, 99, 
172, 190 

Seckel, Leonard, Dearborn, Missouri, 
65 

Deckels, Larry, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
65 

See, Alan, Peru, Iowa, 99 

Seeley, Kenneth, Afton, Iowa, 65 

Seely, Kendra, Algona, Iowa, 127 

Seger, Raymond, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 99 

Seifert, Kathleen, Cameron, Missouri, 
99, 112, 163, 251 



Seipel, Diane, Maryville, Missouri, 
164 

Seipel, Lois, Rosendale, Missouri, 164 

Seipel, Richard, Maryville, Missouri, 
175 

Seiveling, Willis, Ephrata, Pennsyl- 
vania, 99, 233 

Selby, Barbara, Villisca, Iowa, 82, 179 

Sell, Michael, Clarinda, Iowa, 82 

Sell, Wayne, Silver City, Iowa, 127 

Selvig, Sandra, Bode, Iowa, 163 

Severin, Norman, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 65 

Severson, Marcene, Jewell, Iowa, 82, 
220, 228, 229, 274, 275 

Severson, Ruth, Stanberry, Missouri, 
82, 147, 156, 224, 225 

Sexton, Sheryl, Logan, Iowa, 99 

Seymour, Judith, Tarkio, Missouri, 65 

Shafer, Linda, Redding, Iowa, 82, 162 

Shaffer, William, Iowa City, Iowa, 
127 

Shamberger, Margaret, Maryville, 
Missouri, 82, 229, 231 

Sharp, Barbara, Richmond, Missouri, 
127, 147 

Sharp, Larry, Carrollton, Missouri, 
99 

Sharp, Mary, Kearney, Missouri, 127, 
164 

Sharp, Rita, Mound City, Missouri, 
76, 99, 157 

Shaver, Jane, Plattsburg, Missouri, 
42, 65, 168, 218, 220, 228 

Shaw, Gary, Denison, Iowa, 82 

Shaw, Janet, Denison, Iowa, 127 

Shea, Jerry, Maryville, Missouri, 82 

Shea, Paul, Maryville, Missouri, 82 

Sheehan, Judith, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 127, 178, 186 

Sheehan, Pamela, Des Moines, Iowa, 
127 

Sheetz, Beverly, Braymer, Missouri, 
127, 163, 275 

Shepard, Norma, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 82 

Shepherd, Patsy, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 82, 168, 227 

Sherbo, John, Maryville, Missouri, 82 

Sherman, Elaine, Maryville, Missouri, 
99, 193, 219, 229, 274, 275 

Shestak, David, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
99, 149, 184, 252, 254, 255, 257 

Sheilds, Gary, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 82, 
218, 237 

Sheilds, Joseph, Denison, Iowa, 99 

Shields, Karen, Maitland, Missouri, 
226 

Shierk, Dlethea, Algona, Iowa, 178 

Shipley, Donald, Burlington Junction, 
Missouri 

Shipley, John, Maryville, Missouri, 
65, 140, 141 

Shipley, Sharon, Maryville, Missouri, 
65, 140, 141 

Shipley, Steven, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
127 

Shocklev, Carol, Grant City, Missou- 
ri, 127 

Shockley, Kay, Grant City, Missouri, 
127 

Shores, Donald, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 65 

Shroyer, Dona, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 
82, 144, 218 

Shroyer, Orlo, Savannah, Missouri, 
65 

Sibley, Dewitt, Red Oak, Iowa, 127, 
155 

Siddens, Lettie, Maryville, Missouri, 
82 

Siehl, John, Grinnell, Iowa, 65, 184, 
212 

Siglin, Annette, Jefferson, Iowa, 99 

Sillik, Beverly, Omaha, Nebraska, 
127, 224 

Simmons, Jesse, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
65 

Simmons, Norma, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 127, 193 

Simon, Howard, New York City, New 
York, 219, 280 



312 






Simon, Michael, Falls City, Nebraska, 

99, 276, 278 

Simons, Sandra, Des Moines, Iowa, 

127, 163 

Simpson, James, Conception Junction, 

Missouri, 127 
Sipe, Richard, St. Joseph, Missouri, 65 
Skillman, Mary, Stewartsville, Mis- 
souri, 127, 155 
Skinner, Mary, Lucas, Iowa, 99 
Skoglund, Lawrence, Barnard, Mis- 
souri, 172, 175 
Slater, Sandy, Red Oak, Iowa, 128, 

193, 219 
Slawson, Janice, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

128 
Slaybaugh, Patricia, Stewartsville, 

Missouri, 65, 161, 162, 179 
Slayden, Karen, Rea, Missouri, 250 
Sleister, Paulette, Manilla, Iowa, 99 
Sloan, Sally, Plattsburg, Missouri, 

128 
Slykhuis, Jennie, Dallas, Texas, 82, 

144, 148 
Smetana, Richard, Council Bluffs. 

Iowa, 128, 159 
Smith, Barbara, Melcher, Iowa, 82 
Smith, Carolee, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

65, 181 

Smith, Carolyn, Centerville, Iowa, 65, 

134, 168, 178 
Smith, Charles, Blythedale, Missouri, 

100 
Smith, Cheryl, Fairfax, Missouri, 128 
Smith, Connie, Maryville, Missouri, 

225 
Smith, David, Kidder, Missouri, 100 
Smith, Denney, Lorimor, Iowa, 128 
Smith, Donald, Fairfax, Missouri, 100 
Smith, Eddie, Des Moines, Iowa, 190, 

237 281 294 
Smith, Floyd, Chariton, Iowa, 82 
Smith, Franklin, Mound City, Mis- 
souri, 82 
Smith, Gretchen. Malvern, Iowa, 82 
Smith, Janet, Winston, Missouri, 100, 

130 
Smith, Janice, Kansas City, Missouri, 

128 
Smith, Judith, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 

128, 155 

Smith, Kathryn, Casey, Iowa, 100, 

163, 181, 192, 290 
Smith, Kenneth, Holstein, Iowa, 100 
Smith, Lane, Gradview, Missouri, 82 
Smith, Lenore, Margarita, Canal 

Zone, 100 
Smith, Mary, King City, Missouri, 66 
Smith, Millard. Blythedale, Missouri. 

100, 153, 157 

Smith, Otis, Chillicothe, Missouri. 

128 
Smith, Phyllis, Maryville, Missouri. 

82, 163 
Smith, Richard, Melcher, Iowa, 128, 

145 
Smith, Ronald, Grant City, Missouri. 

100 
Smith, Sharon, Bethany, Missouri. 

100, 264 
Smith, Stanley, Russell, Iowa, 82 
Smith, Stephen, Kidder, Missouri, 128 
Smither, Louis, Weston, Missouri, 128 
Smoot, William, Excelsior Springs. 

Missouri, 100, 231 
Snavely, Judith, Kansas City, 100. 

190 
Snethen, Gay, Falls City, Nebraska. 

128, 155 
Snodgrass, Ruth, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 128 
Snook, Darwin, Grand River, Iowa, 

128 
Snow, Barbara, Elmo, Missouri, 66 
Snuffer, Helen, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

82 
Snyder, Charles, Maryville, Missouri, 

66 
Snyder, Marlys, Maryville, Missouri, 

66, 164 

Snyder, Richard, Fairfax, Missouri, 
66, 233 



Sobalvarro, Carol, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 82, 131 

Solar, James, Buffalo, New York, 66, 
164 

Sommer, Edward, Oregon, Missouri. 
128 

Sorensen, Frederick, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 100 

Sorensen, Michael, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 128 

Sorensen, Soren, Avoca, Iowa, 66, 
142, 192 

Sorensen, Stephen, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 100 

Southard, Woodrow, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 128 

Spain, Darrell, Farragut, Iowa, 128 

Spangler, Adrienne, Cumming, Iowa, 
128, 155 

Sparks, Terry, Tarkio, Missouri, 100 

Speas, James, St. Joseph, Missouri, 66 

Spector, Sheldon, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 82, 164 

Spencer, Barbara, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 66, 162 

Spencer, John, Lohrville, Iowa, 66, 
220, 233 

Spicer, Marjean, Lenox, Iowa, 128 

Spillman, Marlene, Albany, Missouri, 
128 

Spire, Edwin, Maryville, Missouri, 82, 
162, 175, 186, 237 

Spolar, Michael, Melcher, Iowa, 82, 
164, 171 

Spoon, Kathleen, Russell, Iowa, 128 

Sprague, William, Glidden, Iowa, 237 

Sprake, Janet, Faucett. Missouri, 100 

Spraker, Alan, McChord A.F.B., 
Washington, 128 

Spriester, Fred, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 82, 197 

Springer, Janice, Savannah, Missouri. 
228 

Spurgeon, William, Des Moines, Iowa, 

128, 175 

Stackhouse, Elaine, Des Moines, Iowa, 
100 

Stafford, Gary, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
66, 218, 237 

Stafford, Jon, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
236, 237 

Stalling, Clyde, Burlington Junction. 
Missouri, 100 

Stalling, Ellen, Barnard, Missouri, 
128 

Standard, Roger, Conway, Iowa, 85, 
100 

Standfield, James, Elwood, Kansas. 
252 

Stanley, Evelyn, Maryville, Missouri, 
100 

StaDles, David, Maryville, Missouri, 
128 

Starr, Raymond, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, 82 

Statham, Paul, Carrollton, Missouri, 
128 

Steckelberg, Rickev, Irwin. Iowa, 82. 
142, 153. 155. 156, 158. 159 

Steele, Twila, Dearborn, Missouri, 66 

Steffens, Gordon, Primghar, Iowa, 
128 

Steinfeld, Judy, El Paso, Texas, 128, 
164 

Steinhauser, John, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 129 

Steinhauser, Robert, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 100 

Steinhauser, William, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 82 

Steinman, Beric, Albany, Missouri, 

129, 172 

Stenzel, Glen, Hamburg, Iowa, 83, 175 

Stephens, Barb, Forrest City, Mis- 
souri, 251 

Stephens, Charles, Grant City, Mis- 
souri, 100 

Stephens, Kelley, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 100 

Stephens, Leonard, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 129, 187 

Stephens, Michael, Raytown, Missou- 
ri, 70, 218 



Stephens, Rena, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 129 

Stephens, Richard, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 
83 

Stevens, Lorna, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 47, 129, 219, 222 

Stevens, Sharon, Shawnee Mission, 
Kansas, 129 

Stevenson, Marsha, College Springs, 
Iowa, 129, 154, 168 

Stevenson, Rodney, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 129 

Stewart, Alvin, Reading, Michigan, 
66, 165, 171, 175 

Stewart, Dave, Maryville, Missouri, 
269 

Stewart, Gary, Excelsior Springs, 
Missouri, 129 

Stewart, Robert, Springfield, Missou- 
ri, 129, 165 

Stewart, Roger, Hopkins, Missouri, 
129 

Stickler, Jonalee, Maryville, Missouri, 
83 

Stilabower, Sandra, Chillicothe, Mis- 
souri, 100, 227 

Stiles, Sue, St. Joseph, Missouri, 66 

Stilley, Edward, Red Oak, Iowa, 100, 
235 

Stillwagon, Margaret, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 66, 195 

Stillwagon, Stan, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 6, 175, 195 

Stitt, Michele, Kansas City, Missouri, 
83, 227 

Stitt, Terry, LaGrange Park, Illinois. 
226 

Sitzer, Lowell, Falls City, Nebraska, 
129 

Stoaks, Marguaretta, Lenox, Iowa, 
129 

Stoll, Clara, Stanberry, Missouri, 100, 
168, 178, 186, 219 

Stoll, Michael, Harlan, Iowa, 83 

Stone, Lyle, Gary, Iowa, 129 

Stoner, Jane, Logan, Iowa, 42, 46, 
66, 144, 163, 229 

Stoner, Terry, Ravenwood, Missouri, 
83, 148, 251 

Stookey, Carol, Des Moines, Iowa, 129 

St. Peter, Judv, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 
83, 161, 162, 220, 227 

Strachan, Linda, Red Oak, Iowa, 83, 
132, 134, 161, 181 

Straight, Beverly, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 100 

Stratton, Tom, Red Oak, Iowa, 83, 149 

Straub, Cheryl, Maryville, Missouri, 
83 

Stream, Sherman, Shannon. City, 
Iowa, 100 

Sttrecker, Daniel, Preston, Nebraska, 
83, 236 

Strecker. Dennis, Preston, Nebraska, 

100, 237 

Streeter, Curtis, Sheridan, Missouri. 

100 
Strickland, David, Anita, Iowa, 66 
Stroebele, Jerald, Maryville, Missouri, 

101 
Stuart, David, Fairfield, Connecticut, 

101, 236 

Stuber, Douglas, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
83 

Stuckey, Richard, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 258 

Sturtz, Kenneth, Ames, Iowa, 101 

Suess, Mary. Maryville, Missouri, 66 

Suetterlin, Kenneth, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 154, 156, 248, 254 

Sullivan, John, Bridgewater, Iowa, 
129 

Summers, Charles. Excelsior Springs. 
Missouri. 66, 149, 175, 184, 202, 233 

Summers, Douglas, Excelsior Springs, 
Missouri, 129 

Sunderman, Judith, Clarinda, Iowa. 
83, 93, 161. 178 

Sunderman, Luella, Griswold, Iowa, 
101 

Sundermann, Shirley, Westboro, Mis- 
souri, 83, 170 

Sutter, Anita, Fairfax, Missouri, 83 



313 



Sutton, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 
67 

Swaney, Charles, Hopkins, Missouri, 
83 

Swaney, Marge, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 264 

Swanson, Duane, Hopkins, Missouri, 
101 

Swanson, Milton, Ogden, Iowa, 129 

Swartz, Dennis, Shenandoah, Iowa, 
129 

Sweeney, Linda, Afton, Iowa, 83 

Sweet, Raymond, Bethany, Missouri, 
129 

Sweney, Patricia, Shenandoah, Iowa, 
83, 157, 168 

Swenson, John, St. Charles, Illinois, 
129 

Swink, Marshall, Pickering, Missouri, 
129 

Taake, Jean, Des Moines, Iowa, 129 

Tackett, Natalie, Maryville, Missouri, 
83 

Tackett, Wava, Glenwood, Iowa, 1, 
83, 123, 134, 138, 139, 147, 162, 209, 
218 

Tadlock, William, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 83, 172, 175 

Talarico, Ernest, Des Moines, Iowa, 
67, 175, 184 

Talbott, Parmela, Lincoln, Nebraska. 
101 

Tanner, Cherie, St. Joseph, Missouri. 
129 

Tarwater. Patti, St. Joseph, Missouri. 
129, 155, 226 

Tasler, Ramona. Churdan, Iowa. 101 

Tate, Judy. Gallatin, Missouri. 67 

Tatman, Wilson, Platte City, Missou- 
ri, 93 

Tauchen, Richard, Chillicothe, Mis- 
souri, 83, 239 

Taylor, Carolyn, Tarkio, Missouri, 
129 

Taylor, David, Maitland, Missouri. 
47, 83, 91, 154, 157, 158, 237 

Taylor, Douglas, Maysville, Missouri. 
148, 164 

Tavlor, Gary, Maryville, Missouri. 
269 

Tavlor, Jerry, Maryville, Missouri. 
83, 171 

Taylor, Katie, Maryville, Missouri. 
101 

Taylor, Larry G.. Tabor. Iowa, 83 

Tavlor, Larry T., Cedar Rapids. 
Iowa, 129 

Taylor, Mary, Maysville, Missouri. 
101, 112 

Taylor, Rebecca. Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 129, 168. 224 

Taylor. Robert, Kansas Citv, Missou- 
ri. 101 

Taylor, Stenhen, Festus. Missouri, 91 

Tavlor, Suanne, Maryville, Missouri, 
101 

Tavlor, Ursula, Maryville, Missouri, 
129 

Taylor, William, Allerton. Iowa. 83 

Te^le, Hugh. Marwille. Missouri. 194 

Teegarden. Patricia, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 67. 163 

Temuler, William, Jewell, Iowa, 101. 
240 

Terry. Robert. Malvern. Iowa. 190 

Tesi. Roger, Ntuley. New Jersey, 101 

Thacker. Gregory, Hemple. Missouri. 
129. 175 

Thatch. Judv. Parkville, Missouri, 83. 
144, 190, 191 

Thomas, Allan, Emerson, Iowa, 67. 
233 

Thomas, Linda, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
130 

Thomas, Sharon, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 83, 229 

Thompson, Arnold, Davis City, Iowa, 
83, 282 

Thompson, Bart, Maryville, Missouri, 
242 

Thompson, Bette, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 83 



Thompson, Celia, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 84, 210, 227, 274, 275 

Thompson, Edra, Amity, Missouri, 
130 

Thompson, Everett, Oakland, Iowa. 
130 

Thompson, James, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 164, 165 

Thompson, Kathryn, Conway, Iowa, 
130 

Thompson, Kenneth, Bedford, Iowa, 
67, 233 

Thompson, Michael D., Maryville, 
Missouri, 43, 101, 137, 206, 238, 
269, 270 

Thompson, Michael H., Quitman, Mis- 
souri, 175 

Thompson, Norma, Hopkins, Missou- 
ri, 130, 154, 155 

Thompson, Robert, Newtown, Missou- 
ri, 130 

Thompson, Russell, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 101, 231 

Thompson, Sue, Maryville, Missouri, 
67, 136, 137, 226, 227 

Thompson, Vern, Redfield, Iowa, 67, 
239 

Thomsen, Deanne, Winterset, Iowa, 
130, 154 

Thornton, Gloria, Des Moines, Iowa, 
130 

Thummel, Irma, Bedford, Iowa, 101 

Thurnau, Gary, Craig, Missouri, 101 

Tietz, Gary, St. Joseph, Missouri, 101, 
164 

Tietz, Sally, St. Joseph, Missouri, 84 

Tiffany, William, Grand Junction, 
Iowa, 130 

Tillotson, Terry, Gainsville, Missouri, 
130 

Timberlake, Nancy, Bedford, Iowa, 
42, 67, 97, 134, 136, 180, 218, 261 

Timmerman, Jean, Nodaway, Iowa, 
84 

Timmerman, Lyle, Nodaway, Iowa, 
84, 233 

Tino, John, Torrington, Connecticut, 
237 

Tipton, Gerri, Grand Island, Nebras- 
ka, 84, 108, 163, 186, 204, 205, 206, 
218, 227 

Tirres, Danny, El Paso, Texas, 130 

Toannon, Diane, Chicago, Illinois, 130, 
252, 255 

Tomes, Gary, Ridgeway, Missouri, 190 

Tonnies. Marshall, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 130, 190, 269 

Toppa, Ronald. Middletown, Rhode 
Island, 101, 235 

Torkelson, Ronnie, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 130, 142 

Torstenson, Tom, Des Moines, Iowa, 
101 

Townsend, Herbert, Savannah, Mis- 
souri, 84, 172, 175 

Townsend, Lee, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
67 

Townsend, Shirley, Guilford, Missou- 
ri, 84 

Townsend, Sonya, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 130 

Tracy, Gary, Des Moines, Iowa, 130. 
175 

Trainer. Thomas. Maryville, Missouri, 
67, 134, 164, 165 

Trauger, Harold, Luverne, Iowa. 165 

Traylor. Diane, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 
101, 226 

Trecek, Edward, Logan, Iowa, 153. 
154, 158, 159, 237 

Treese, Donna, Ravenwood, Missouri, 
84, 170 

Treu. Arthur, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
170 

Tribolet, Ronald, Bedford, Iowa, 202, 
233 

Triplett, Emory, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 242 

Tritsch, Judith, Braddyville, Iowa, 
101, 144, 259 

Trotter, Avery, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 223, 238 



Trow, James, Maryville, 'Missouri, 

130 
Trow, Marilyn, Maryville, Missouri, 

130 
Trueblood, Thomas, Boxholm, Iowa, 

130 
Trump, Lynn, Worth, Missouri, 101 
Tubach, David, Falls City, Nebraska. 

130 
Tuchband, Thomas, Western Springs, 

Illinois, 130 
Tuggle, Sue, Ridgeway, Missouri, 130 
Tunell, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 101 
Turner, Eugene, Griswold, Iowa, 130 
Turner, Linda, Anita, Iowa, 101 
Tuttle, Dixie, Breckenridge, Missouri, 

130 
Twaddle, Michael, College Springs, 

Iowa, 84 
Tyler, Carol, Grinnell, Iowa, 157 
Tyliski, Thomas, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

84, 164 
Tyson, Turner, Maryville, Missouri, 

140, 141 
Underwood, Mary, Sharpsburg, Iowa, 

130 
Underwood, William, Bedford, Iowa, 

130 
Ungles, Elvin, Skidmore, Missouri, 67 
Urban, Marlene, Bendena, Kansas, 

130, 155, 159 
CJrich, Gary, Chula, Missouri, 101, 149 
Vanderweide, Vincent, 101, 269 
Vanfossan, Jim, Barnard, Missouri, 

130, 154 
Van Fosson, Linda, Braddyville, Iowa, 

130, 168 

Van Hoozer, Joan, Martinsville, Mis- 
souri, 67, 251 

Van Houtan, Jerry, New Hampton, 
Missouri, 84 

Van Sickle, Don, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
237 

Varley, Lawrence, Shenandoah, Iowa, 
130 

Vawter, Bobby, Coin, Iowa, 67 

Vawter, Diana, Maryville, Missouri, 
84 

Vawter, Ruth, Coin, Iowa, 67 

Veak, Bernard, Essex, Iowa. 84, 235 

Vessar, Lyndal, Stewartsville, Mis- 
souri, 101, 237 

Veylupek, Gary, Maryville, Missouri, 

131, 158, 184 

Veylupek, Judy, Maryville, Missouri, 

84, 227 
Victor, Michael, Prescott, Iowa, 101 
Viti. Frank, Providence, Rhode Island, 

239 
Vock, Greeory, Chicago, Illinois, 269 
Voegele, Douglas, Rulo, Nebraska, 

84, 269 
Voerel, Marvin, Blanchard, Iowa, 131 
Volkens, Jon, Carson, Iowa, 67 
Voyce, Jo Ann, Des Moines, Iowa, 

131, 162. 165, 193 
Wade, Jeffery. Weldon, Iowa, 101 
Waeers. Sue. Stanberry, Missouri, 84, 

163, 225. 290 
Waener. Donald. Manning, Iowa, 131 
Wake, Reed, Fairfax, Missouri, 131 
Wakemsn. James, St. Louis, Missouri, 

101, 169 
Waldeier, Connie, Worth, Missouri, 

168 
Waldeier. Larry, Ravenwood, Mis- 
souri, 131 
Waldron. Mary, Maryville, Missouri, 

84, 223 
Walder, Diane, Chillicothe, Missouri, 

131 
Walder, Elaine, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
Walder, Rhonda, Stanton, Iowa, 84 

170 
Walker, John, Van Meter, Iowa, 101 
Walker, Judith, Des Moines, Iowa, 84, 

170 
Walker, Patricia, Cameron, Missouri, 

131, 155, 190 
Walker, Paul, Mount Ayr, Iowa, 242 
Walker, Robert, Van Meter, Iowa, 

131, 175 



314 



\ 



Walker, Roger, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 

235 
Walkup, Vivi, Oregon, Missouri, 131 
Wallace, Beverly, Battle Creek, Iowa, 

101 
Wallace, Carolyn, Hopkins, Missouri, 

85, 164, 177, 178 
Wallace, Linda, Benton, Iowa, 131 
Wallace, Ronald, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 

102 
Waltemath, Phillip, Darlington, Mis- 
souri, 131 
Walter, Eldon, Prescott, Iowa, 131 
Walter, Linda, Wathena, Kansas, 156 
Walter, Ronald, Adel, Iowa, 102 
Walton, Paula, Stuart, Iowa, 102 
Ward, Beverly, Jameson, Missouri, 67 
Ward, James, Shenandoah, Iowa, 131 
Ware, Diana, Riverton, Iowa, 131 
Ware, Evelyn, Kansas City, Missouri, 

102 
Ware, James, Pickering, Missouri, 67 
Ware, Linda, Bedford, Iowa, 131, 154 
Ware, Michael, Bedford, Iowa, 102, 

141, 248 
Ware, Phillis, Pickering, Missouri, 

131 
Wareham, Robert, Highland, Kansas, 

84 
Warren, Terry, Parnell, Missouri, 

131 
Warren, Wilbur, Easton, Missouri, 

131 
Wasserfallen, David, Fairfax, Mis- 
souri, 131, 152, 175, 188 
Watkins, Flame, Falls City, Nebras- 
ka, 131 
Watkins, Larry, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 

131 
Watsabaugh, J. B., St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 131 
Watson, Charlotte, Stewartsville, 

Missouri, 67, 153, 155, 156, 159, 

162, 172, 248 
Watson, James, Bethany, Missouri, 

131 
Watson, Paul, Cameron, Missouri, 

131, 175, 188 
Watson, William, Tabor, Iowa, 102, 

281 
Wayman, Nancy, 84, 147, 218, 229 
Webb, Harold, Ortonville, Michigan, 

131 
Webb, John, Parkville, Missouri, 102 
Webb, Vincent, Bloomfield, Nebraska, 

102, 186, 234, 235 
Weddle, John, Hatfield, Missouri, 131 
Wedgewood, Robert, Marshalltown, 

Iowa, 67 
Weeks, Dale, Maryville, Missouri, 68 
Weese, Jerry, Newton, Iowa, 68, 233 
Weibel, James, Denver, Colorado. 102 
Weigel, Donald, Guthrie Center, Iowa, 

237 
Weir, Sharon. Hopkins, Missouri, 68 
Weis, Richard, Oregon, Missouri, 131 
Weisshaar, Nancy, Creston, Iowa, 84 
Welsch, Robert, Bridgewater, Iowa, 

131 
Welty, Judith, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

84 
West, Averell, Blockton, Iowa, 193 
West, Burris, Maryville, Missouri, 84 
West, Glenn, St. Joseph, Missouri, 84, 

170 
West, Gloria, Maryville, Missouri, 169 
West, Mari, Adel, Iowa, 226 
Westbrook, John, Atlantic, Iowa, 131 
Weston, Paula, Maitland, Missouri, 

131, 228 
Wetzel, Martha, Chillicothe, Missou- 
ri, 131, 168 
Whan, Peggy, Maryville, Missouri, 

68, 223 
Wharff, Mariorie, Des Moines, Iowa, 

131, 140, 163, 181 
Wheeler, Kent, Maryville, Missouri, 

84, 162 
Wheeler, Valorie, Bethany, Missouri, 

82, 132 
Whetstone, Gano, Casey, Iowa, 102, 

140, 163, 251, 290 
Whetstone, Richard, Anita, Iowa, 132 



Whigham, Myrna, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 68 

Whipple, Ben, Red Oak, Iowa, 132 

Whipple, Donald, Hopkins, Missouri, 
102 

Whitaker, John, Gilman City, Mis- 
souri, 131, 232 

Whitcomb, John, Kellogg, Iowa, 84, 
165 

White, Jim, Blythedale, Missouri, 68 

White, Larry, Winterset, Iowa, 84, 
188, 189, 218, 281 

White, William, Union Star, Missou- 
ri, 84, 154, 239 

Whitenead, Sharon, Independence, 
Missouri, 132, 155, 187 

Whiteman, Susan, Maysville, Missou- 
ri, 85 

Whitesell, Allan, Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, 132 

Whitesell, Charles, Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa, 132 

Whitlatch, Robert, Dallas, Iowa, 102 

Whitney, Elizabeth, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 68 

Whitney, Diane, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
3, 85, 144, 165 

Wible, Carolyn, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 132, 162 

Wideman, Alan, Denver, Missouri, 
132 

Widener, Deanna, Redfield, Iowa, 132 

Wiegand, Jen, Storm Lake, Iowa, 102 

Wiegers, William, North Kansas City, 
Missouri, 132 

Wieland, Lonny, Maryville, Missouri, 
68, 282 

Wilcox, Dwight, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
85, 164 

Wilcox, Norman, Harlan, Iowa, 250, 
256 

Wilcoxson, Stephen, Lamoni, Iowa, 
102 

Wiley, Diana, Aurora, Colorado, 132, 

155, 158 

Wiley, Marlene, Quitman, Missouri, 
102 

Wilhoit, Steve, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 102, 157, 184 

Wilkes, Nancy, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 248 

Wilkinson, Kenneth, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 68 

Wilkinson, Margo, St. Joseph, Mis- 
sori, 68 

Willett, Gary, Des Moines, Iowa, 242 

Williams, Beverly, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 68 

Williams, Helen, Corning, Iowa, 102 

Williams, Jane, Maitland, Missouri. 
132 

Williams, Richard, Eaglegrove, Iowa, 
85 

Williams, Robert, Albany, Missouri, 
102, 164, 158 

Williams, Sheila, St. Joseph, Missou- 
ri, 132 

Williams, Shirley, Malvern, Iowa, 
102, 190 

Williamson, Eddie, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 102 

Willimann, Frances, Independence, 
Missouri, 132, 226 

Willrett. Dean, Algona, Iowa, 242 

Willwerth, Ronald, Eagle Grove 
Iowa, 132 

Wilson, Carol. Kansas City, Missouri, 

156, 246, 250, 252 

Wilson. Chandra, King City, Missou- 
ri, 68 

Wilson, Doris, Gallatin, Missouri, 
152, 246, 251, 255 

Wilson, Eddie, Princeton, Missouri, 
102 

Wilson, Inez, Bedford, 132 

Wilson. James, Maryville, Missouri, 
68, 233 

Wilson, Karen, Maryville, Missouri, 
102, 154, 229 

Wilson, Larry, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 102 

Wilson, Marilyn, Chillicothe, Missou- 
ri, 132 



Wilson, Michael, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
102, 234 

Wilson, Norma, Maryville, Missouri, 
132 

Wilson, Richard, Sheridan, Missouri, 
85 

Wilson, Stan, Maryville, Missouri, 68, 
170, 239 

Wilson, Twila, Rushville, Missouri, 
85, 190 

Wilson, Vicky, Maryville, Missouri, 
85 

Wiltshire, Carolyn, Liberty, Missouri, 
Missouri, 5, 42, 46, 68, 148, 202, 
218, 220, 221, 222 

Winder, Gary, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
85 

Winders, Susan, Blue Springs, Mis- 
souri, 132 

Wineinger, Carolyn, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 132, 149 

Wineinger, Ronald, Stanberry, Mis- 
souri, 102 

Winn, Robert, Edgerton, Missouri, 
132 

Winters, Gary, Iowa Falls, Iowa, 102 

Winzenread, Johanna, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 102 

Wion, Lynne, Beaconsfield, Iowa, 132 

Wirt, Cheryl, Atlantic, Iowa, 132 

Wirt, William, Dumont, New Jersey, 
132, 184 

Wisdom, Clinton, North Kansas City, 
Missouri, 102 

Wise, Fred, Lytton, Iowa, 132 

Wise, Ron, Maryville, Missouri. 280 

Wittbrodt, Harold, Flint, Michigan, 
85, 269, 271 

Wolcott, Sue, Maryville, Missouri, 85, 
169 

Wolf, Donna, Rock Port, Missouri, 
85, 190 

Wolf, Joseph, Rock Port, Missouri, 
85 

Wolf, Linda, Rock Port, Missouri, 
132, 190 

Wolf, Phyllis, Rock Port, Missouri, 

132, 190 

Wolfe, John, Shenandoah, Iowa, 68, 
164, 165 

Wolverton, Carol, Stanberry, Missou- 
ri, 102, 162, 290 

Wolverton, Judy, Stanberry, Missou- 
ri, 68, 163, 179, 259 

Wolverton, Steve, North Kansas City, 
Missouri, 132, 142 

Wood, James. Hopkins, Missouri, 132 

Wood, Lyle, Elmo, Missouri, 132 

Wood, Robert, Des Moines, Iowa, 133 

Wood, Sharon, St. Joseph, Missouri, 
102, 181 

Wood, Thomas, Maryville, Missouri, 
133 

Woodard, Betty, Maryville, Missouri, 
68 

Woodford, Susan, Norwalk, Iowa, 

133, 187 

Woods, Carol, Coon Rapids, Iowa, 102 
Woods, Douglas, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 133 
Woods, Richard, Maryville, Missouri, 

276, 279 
Woods, Robert, Maryville, Missouri, 

269 
Woodyard, Stephen, Des Moines, 

Iowa, 133 
Workman. Carol, King City, Missouri, 

136, 157, 158, 159. 223 
Wortman, Martha, Des Moines, Iowa, 

102 
Wozniak, Dennis, Chicago, Illinois, 

133 
Wray, Keith, Parnell, Missouri, 133 
Wray, Linda, St. Joseph, Missouri, 85 
Wray. Vernis, Parnell, Missouri, 85 
Wright, John, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 133 
Wright, Lillian, Craig, Missouri, 85 
Wrieht, Nancy, Weston, Missouri, 85, 

165 
Wright, Peggy, Kansas City, Missou- 
ri, 133. 163, 228, 275, 290 
Wright, Rebecca, Corning, Missouri, 

133, 181 



315 



Wright, Russell, Stuart, Iowa, 133 
Wuerfele, Perry, Eastern, Missouri, 85 
Wyckoff, David, Maryville, Missouri, 

68 
Wyse, Ronald, Richamond, Missouri, 

133 
Xanders, Rita, Kansas City, Missouri, 

133, 178 
Yackie, Alfred, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

85, 186, 234, 235 
Yaple, Sandra, St. Joseph, Missouri, 

85, 161, 162, 251 
Yates, Jennifer, Lake View, Iowa, 

133, 222 
Yates, Tom, Maryville, Missouri, 297 
Yeager, William, Ontario, Canada, 85, 

242, 276, 278 
Youell, Carolyn, Skidmore, Missouri, 

133 
Young, Carol, Troy, Kansas, 102, 144, 

155, 157, 190 



Young, James, Maryville, Missouri, 

85 
Young, Martha, Osceola, Iowa, 85 
Young, Melvin, Fortescue, Missouri, 

85 
Young, Carlene, Sheridan, Missouri, 

82, 168 
Young, Roscoe, Maryville, Missouri, 

68 
Young, Sandra, West Des Moines, 

Iowa, 133, 181 
Younger, Connie, Maryville, Missou- 
ri, 69, 129, 155, 158, 250 
Younger, Linda, Maryville, Missouri, 

69, 250, 257 
Yuille, Eleanor, Jamesport, Missouri, 

69 
Zagorniak, Albert, Newton, Iowa, 133 
Zaiger, Dorothy, Audubon, Iowa, 144, 

162, 164 



Zaiger, Jordon, Brayton, Iowa, 102 

Zehr, Barbara, Manson, Iowa, 133, 
155 

Zeiger, John, Stanberry, Missouri, 
133, 254 

Zeikle, Charles, Polo, Missouri, 133 

Zembles, Andrew, Hannibal, Missou- 
ri, 85 

Zembles, Marthalee, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 133 

Zimmerman, Danny, Maryville, Mis- 
souri, 133 

Zimmerman, Joe, Cameron, Missouri, 
85, 164, 188 

Zimmerman, Paula, St. Joseph, Mis- 
souri, 85, 161, 162, 178, 251 

Zimmerman, Ronald, Corydon, Iowa, 
69, 126, 240, 242 

Zwank, Ronald, Pella, Iowa, 85, 184, 
237 




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