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Eastern Alumnus Vol. 10 No. 3 (December 1956)

Eastern Illinois State College alumni newsletter magazine

Keywords: Eastern Illinois University,EIU,alumni news

holarship Plan The Eastern Alumnus

serves Pro ise Published in June, September, December and March by Eastern Illinois
State College, Charleston, Illinois
One of the most positive actions
en by a group of alumni is the VOLUME X DECEMBER, 1956 NUMBER 3
ision of the Fayette County East-
State Club to provide a scholar- Entered May 14, 1947 as second class ·matter, at the post office at
'p for a student wishing to at- ·Charleston, Illinois, under authority of the act of Congress, August 24,
d Eastern . 1912. Yearly subscription rate $2.00; two years $2 .75; three years $3.50.
The scholarship will be in the
ount of $50 and will be granted Editorial Staff
a senior in one of the five high
ools in Fayette County. Each of A. M. RUYLE K. E. HESLER
five schools, taken in alphabet-
1 order, will receive one of the Editorial Board
olarships during a five-year per-
. Need and scholaStic ability are Mrs. Robert Miller, '51; Hal Hubbard, '49.; Hal Middlesworth, '31 ;
serve as the basis of selection. Elenore Moberley, '49; Louise McNutt, '35; Jack Muthersbough, '48; Dr.
Each student receiving the schol- Francis Palmer; Eugene Price, '48; Jim Roberts, '46; Mrs. Russell Shriver,
hip will get the award for only '09; Elsie Sloan, '24; Helen Stapp, '23; Alex Summers, '36; Dr. E. H.
Taylor; Roy Wilson, '36.
year, but the Fayette County
up expressed the opinion that Eastern Alumni Association president Don Hutton, '48, and his
family extend holiday greetings to all Eastern alumni from their home
important thing is to get a at 58 Midwest Park in Charleston. Mrs. Hutton is the former Marjorie
rthy student started in his col- Tefft, '48, and the children are, Gaye, 8, and Pete, 5.

career. up to date. The only hitch in this Winter En rollment
operation is that the tracer letters Shows lnc.rease
oney for the scholarship will frequently come back marked
be raised by contributions, but moved, left no forwarding address, Eastern's winter quarter enroll-
activities and projects of the etc. ment is l ,986, according to Dr.
b. Newell Gates, registrar. Of th is
One day recently, Rex McMorris, total, 23 are transfer students and
of this action is not '32, of Chicago, dropped into the 38 are freshmen .
some student in Fayette Alumni Office and asked for a list
nty will attend Eastern, but of the names of the class of 1932, The current enrollment shows a
er that a group of alumni are so that he could query them about six per cent increase over the
rested in getting a number of holding a class reunion. A search l ,866 students who enrol led for
rving high school students of the card files revealed that Mr. the winter quarter in 1955. Full-
ed on their way to a college McMorris had been 'lost' since time enrollment at Eastern has
ation . 1952. increased more than 70 per cent
since 1953.
lumni in Fayette County are There are now over 4,800 names
representatives of the college in the alumni files of persons who Alumni President
at section of the state; and it have graduated from Eastern. We
rough their actions and efforts do not know the whereabouts of Tells of Fee Increase
the people of Fayette County many hundreds of these lost grad-
know and understand Eastern. uates . We are interested in finding Don Hutton, '48, president of
Alumni Association and the them. the Eastern Alumni Association, re-
minds alumni that the combined
e congratulate the members The active file does not include membership fees and Eastern.
Fayette County Eastern State the countless ex-students who at- Alumnus subscription rates will in-
tended Eastern but did not grad- crease January ·11 1957.
on their decision . uate. However, we plan to main-
tain county files where these peo~ The new rates are as follows : All
s Fi II the File pie are indexed. subscriptions, with no special rates
for renewals-one year, $2; two
Alumni Office maintains an · If you know of any Eastern years, $2.75; three years, $3.50.
file of all people who have graduate or former student who
ated from Eastern since the has moved, please send the ad-
ass in 1900. This file in- dress to us .
such information as current
, occupation, married name
case of a woman, and other
nt data . Tracers are sent at
t intervals to keep the file

PAGE THREE

Budget Increase Asked For 1957-59 Bienniu

Salaries, Enrollment Needs has been built up over a period
many years," said Dr. Doudna.

Account For Most of Increase culty losses through resignati
have increased sharply in the
two years; and although not all

Increasing enrollment and the students on campus ,had increased resignations are directly related
need for salary adjustments account to 2,085. And, said Dr. Doudna, the salary problem, it is signifi
for more than 50 per cent of the "It is anticipated that the enroll- that a majority of those lea
budget increase requested by ment will grow to 2,300 during have done so to accept better
Eastern Illinois State College for the year 1957-58 and to 2,600 ing positions.
the 1957-59 biennium, according during the year 1958-59." Thus,
to president Quincy Doudna. according to the estimates, East- In discussing the problem of
ern's enrollment will have more creased faculty resignations,
Eastern is requesting an appro- than doubled during the six-year Doudna reterred to a recent r
priation of $5,652,650 for opera- period between 1953 and 1959. made to the Teachers Coll
tional costs during the two-year Board concerning faculty los
period beginning July l, 1957, an The growth in enrollment anti- over the six-)4ear period from 19
increase of $1,851,018 over its cipated for the next biennium has through 1956 at the four coll
1955-57 appropriation. a direct relation to the increased governed by the Board.

Dr. Doudna estimates that the needs of the college during that The report, prepared by
demands made by a larger enroll-
ment will require an increase of period, since a larger enrollment Richard G. Browne, - the Boar
$587,976, or 31.7 per cent of the
total increase, and that salary ad- requires more teachers, additional executive officer, states, "The r
justments will require an addition-
a $419,411, or 22.6 per cent of the equipment and classroom facili- ord shows a relatively normal d
overall increase.
ties, and an expansion of teacher- gree of faculty loss during the fi
"The biennial budget approved
by the Teachers College Board in- training programs. four years studied, a loss avera
cludes only those funds which re-
quire appropriation by the Gen- In addition to the increased en- ing about six per cent of the f
eral Assembly," said Dr. Doudna .
"It does not include auxiliary enter- rollment expected during the regu- culty. In 1955, there was a slig
prises or self-liquidating projects,
such as dormitor'. es and cafeteria." lar academic years of the 1957-59 rise in resignations, and in 195

Dr. Coudna also pointed out that biennium, Eastern wil I experience a sharp increase. Approximate!
not all the amount requested for
operations durirg the 1957-59 growth in two other areas, accord- one faculty member out of eve
biennium will come from the gen-
eral revenue of the state. "The ing to Dr. Doudna . "Eastern will eleven resigned during the firs
total ($5,652,650) is made up of
$5,417,470 requested from tax open the Dr. Robert G. Buzzard seven months of this year (1956).
funds and $235, 180 which the
General Assembly is asked to ap- Laboratory School sometime dur- But what is even more revealing
propriate from revenues anticipat-
ed by the college, mainly from stu- ing the biennium, although the about the report, said Dr. Doudna,
dent fees," he said. building will not be entirely ready is that it indicates that while the
for occupancy by the fall of 1957 average ratio of •loss for the corn-
Enrollment Increase as originally anticipated ."
. bined faculties of the four state

The new laboratory school will colleges during the first seve

care for some 590 students, includ- months of 1956 was one resigna-

ing 50 in kindergarten, 360 in the tion in every eleven faculty mem-

elementary school, and 180 in the bers, the loss at Eastern was on

junior high school. Dr. Doudna faculty member out of every nine.

also anticipates some increase in And in addition, he continued,
Eastern's percentage loss of faculty
summer school enrollment, saying, members with earned doctorates
"In calculating the additional needs was greater than the average loss
of the college in relation to an in- of the four schools as a whole.
crease in summer school enroll- While 48.6 per cent of those re-
ment, it was assumed that a con- signing from the combined facul-
servative estimate of increase ties of the four colleges during the
would be eight per cent of each of

Eastern ha s experienced more the two summers of the coming first seven months of 1956 held
than a. 70 per cent growth in full: biennium."
doctor's degrees, nearly 80 per

time enrollment since 1953, and cent of the resignations at East-

college officials expect an addi- Salary Adjustments ern were submitted by members

tional 25 per cent increase before Salary adjustments account for with doctor's degrees. Equally as

the end of the 1957-59 biennium . the second major item of increase. pertinent is the observation that

Enrollment of full-time students "These adjustments are sorely those resigning from positions at

was 1,223 in the fall of 1953; but needed if Eastern is to maintain Eastern had been members of the

by the fall of 1956, the number of the high quality of its faculty which (Continued on page 14)

PAGE FOUR

Class Reunion

Twenty-five members of the Class of 1916 and the class sponsor, Dr. Edson H. Taylor, pose for a formal
portrait in Pemberton Hall prior to a noon luncheon during the 1956 Homecoming celebration.

Class of '16 Meets For Fortieth Reunion

One of the special highlights of the ensuing years are: Mrs. Robert mittee in the home of Mrs . Earle
the 1956 Homecoming at Eastern G. Buzzard, president, and Miss Albers in Mattoon .
was the 40th anniversary reunion Nelle C. Hutchason, secretary. They
of the Class of 1916. Twenty-five were elected following a noon "The class was very happy to in-
members of the class took part in luncheon in the dining room of clude in their festivities, the class
the activities. Pemberton Hall . sponsor, E. H. Taylor and Mrs. Tay-
lor, Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Thomas, Miss
Mrs. Irene Couchman Buzzard "Twenty-five members of the Mary J. Booth, Miss Annie L. Wel-
wrote the following letter to the class attended Homecoming activi- ler, Miss Edith E. Ragan and Presi-
class after the reunion : ties for the 40th class reunion. dent and Mrs. Quincy Doudna.

"The 40th reunion of the Class of "Friday night eleven members "Those back for the reunion
'16 has passed and we who were and their guests gathered at the were: Mrs. Virgil Kibler (Anna Ash-
present feel that it was a most Hotel U. S. Grant, Mattoon, for a brook), Evansville, Ind.; Mrs. Theo-
happy and su<;cessful affair. Each 6 o'clock dinner in the private din- dore J. Waddell (Mary Briggs),
one gives credit and thanks to ing room. After the dinner the Concord, Calif.; William Benton
Glenna Sprout Albers and her com- party attended "The Tender Trap," Bunn, Urbana; Mrs. James P. Tier-
mittee for the planning · and the in Lantz Gymnasium, where they ney (Est her Bussard), Elmhurst; Mrs.
execution of those plans. were guests of the school. Lee L:--ng (Gail Buzzard), Beecher
City;/. .;~,. J.::cob J. lies (Minnie Cas-
"Weren't the News-letters inter- "Saturday morning each one was sady), ?aris; Miss Rhoda Malee
esti ng? It was so good of so many presented with a white carnation Conrad, Davenport, Iowa; Mrs.
to write. Next time I'm sure there corsage just before all 25 members Robert G. Buzzard (Irene Couch-
will be an even larger number to assembled to ride in the parade. man), Charleston; Mrs. John J.
read . Late letters came from Ruby After the parade the class met in Riehr (Ruth Davis) Tuscola; Mrs.
ohnson (Mrs. A. S. Johnson, Jr.) Pemberton Hall for a visit and Richard Leonard Vance (Inez Daw-
of 523 Riverside Drive, Villa Park, photographers took two group son), Seaton; Mrs. T. E. Hensley
Ill., Lois Shortess Miller, 185 Shore pictures. The luncheon served at (Selma Eversole), Marshall, Ind.;
12: 15 p.m. was attended by 25 Mrs. Walter Scott Collins (Thelma
oad, Old Greenwich, Conn., and members and their 23 guests. The Fitch), Greenup.
telegram of greetings from planning committee for the reunion
able Bailey, 1237 Amar St., San was introduced and other members Mrs. Clarence A. Scott (Elizabeth
introduced themselves and their Gard), Champaign; Miss Nelle
edro, Calif. Sorry they were too guests. The election of officers Christine Hutchason, Charleston;
ate to be included in the News- followed. Mrs. Fred W . Huston (Violet Lash-
etter ." brook), Indianapolis, Ind .; Miss Lil-
"Saturday evening 14 members lie May Lauher, Charleston ;Edgar
A report by Nelle Hutchason and l 0 guests enjoyed a buffet
oncerning the reunion follows: supper served by the local corn- (Continued on page l 0)

"Officers of the Class of 1916 PAGE FIVE
t Eastern Illinois State College for

Boord Sells Bonds For Dorms, Student Unio

Bonds to finance the construc- New Dormitories
tion of three new dormitories and
a student union building at East- Eastern's new dormitories will be located east of Fourth Street a
ern have been sold by the Teachers west of Booth Library. Current plans call for the housing of 450 worn
College Board. in the three residence halls.

The bond issue, totalling $2,- dent union building and expects 1957 summer session and will
250,000, was sold to White, Weld to let contracts sometime in Febru- $8.80 for each of the three regula
and Company and Associates, the ary. Construction of the dormitories quarters and $5.90 for the summer
sole bidders, at an interest rate of is expected to get underway at an session.
4 .8462 per cent. early date.
T h e bonds were originally
Slated to cost approximately Eastern students will finance the scheduled to be sold at a Novem-
$1,550,000r the three new dormi- student union building through a
torie~ will be constructed in the special union fee. The union fee ber 19 meeting of the Board, but
area east of Fourth Street and south will be added to the regular matri-
of Lantz Gymnasium. Current plans culation fee beginning with the no qualified bids were received
call for the housing of 150 girls in at that time. On November 29 the
each of the three units and the bonds were sold.
turning over of Lincoln Hall for the
housing of men students. Some
156 women are now residing in
Lincoln Hall.

The student union, to be located
to the south of the present cafe-
teria, will cost $700,000. Facili-
ties will include a cafeteria seating
some 500 students, ballroom, and
recreational areas. ·

The Board has advertised for
bids for the construction of the stu-

Proposed Student Union

Construction of Eastern's new student union will begin in late spring or early summer, according to
pre~~nt plans. This view shows the north end of the building, which will include the snack bar. The union
will be loc_ated south of the present cafeteria and student lounge.

PAGE SIX .

'

Demand For Teachers Brings Fayette County

Upward Revision in Salaries Votes Scholarship

The Fayette County Eastern State

Competition for teachers has ed in 1956 was an increase of more Club has.. voted to award an annual
brought about a continued upward than 25 per cent over the 9,591 $50 scholarship to a high school
revision in salary schedules for be- vacancies reported in 1955 and a senior from its area who is plan-
ginning teachers, according to the 123 per cent increase over the ning to attend East~rn.
annual report of the Bureau of A scholarship c'ofumittee headed
Teacher Placement at Eastern. 5,379 vacancies reported in 1952. by Lynn Price (post~gradGafe work,
1939-40), superintendent of schools
The report prepared by Dr. Wil- Of the total of 596 students and in Fayette County, made the fol-
liam Zeigel, director of the Bureau, alumni registered with the Bureau, lowing recommendations which
and his staff indicates that the av- 355 were placed in new teaching were accepted by the Club Novem-
erage salary for inexperienced positions and 102 re-registered and ber 27 at its annual fall meeting.
teachers of the class of 1956 was returned to the same positions as in Vandalia:
$3,743 and up $276 over 1955; last year. The remainder were do-
and that the average salary for in- ing graduate work, were engaged 1. That the scholarship be in the
experienced high school teachers in other work, were married and amount of $50.
was $3,782 as compared to $3,612 did not wish.Jo teach or had enter-
for beginning elementary teachers. ed military service. Only three per- 2. That the award be made to a
sons did not report. senior in each of the five ' high
The averages are based on sal- schools in the county, taking the
aries reported by the 170 members The average salary' for all place- schools in alphabetical order -
of the 1956 graduating class who ments in 1956 was $4,078 and Brownstown, LaGrove, Ramsey, St.
took teaching positions. The re- $185 above the average for all Elmo, and Vandalia.
mainder of the 253 persons who placements made in 1955. Persons
received' degrees in 1956 reported 3. That the scholarship go to a
as follows : Twenty-three are doing with the master's degree and no · senior who will attend Eastern and
graduate work; 30 are engaged in experience received an average pursue any line of endeavor which
other work; 14 are married and do salary of $4,046, an ave~age of he chooses .
not wish to teach; and .15 entered $220 above the figure for inex- 4. That the scholarship be based
military service. Only one person perienced persons with the B. S. on need and scholastic ability, with
did not report. in Education degree only.
r.eed being the first consideration.
Salary problems still exist de-
spite the continued increases, says "The shortage of teachers re- 5. That five members of the Fay-
the report. "Even with these in-
creases in Illinois salaries, 21 mem- mains acute, particularly in science, ette County Club comprise a Schol-
bers of the 1956 class accepted po-
sitions in other states and the sal- mathematics, English, women's arship Committee, with one mem-
aries of these persons averaged
about $250 above the salaries re- physical education and at all ele- ber coming from each of the five
ceived by the whole group com-
bined. mentary levels," according to the districts; and that the Committee

"At the same time, salaries re- report. "With the elementary school formulate rules for the awarding
ceived by those going into indus-
try and business still outdistance class loads large, with the contin- of the scholarship.
those paid beginning teachers. The
ued employment of persons ap- 6. That the Fayette County Club

proaching the age of retirement, obligate itself for five years for

and with the continued high birth the $50 scholarship, so that each

rate, the shortage of teachers prom- school in the county will receive

ises to be with us for years." one scholarship winner.

Mr. Price pointed out that the

Alter's 'Lincoln Legend' $50 award will go to a student
To Be Published Soon only once and that its primary pur-
pose is to give a deserving stu-
resignations of teachers with a few
years of experience continues to be Dr. · Donald Alter, professor of dent an added boost in starting his
a serious threat to the stability of social science at Eastern, has writ- college education.
the teaching profession, particular- ten a book, "The Lincoln Legend
ly in mathematics, science, and and Other Programs," soon to be The Club is currently studying
other areas where men predom- published by Pageant Press, Inc., projects by which funds for the
inate." of New York City. scholarship can be secured.

The current demand for teachers Written for production by edu- Class of '77
is demonstrated by the number of cational, civic, and church groups,
calls reported by the Bureau for Audree McMillan (Mrs. John T.
Riddell), '55, has a son, Timothy

1956. The number of calls reached the programs feature poetry, music, John (Timmy), born September 25.

19,078, and the actual number of and historical data . Sets may or She writes that he may play foot-

parate vacancies reported was may not be used, and the scripts bal I like his dad or be editor of

12,016. may be performed by one or more the News, like she was, when he

The number of vacancies report- actors. gets to Eastern."

PAGE SEVEN

Alumni Attend Alumna Honored Briggs Loan Fund
As Rural Teacher Receives $300 Bequest
JAC Meeting
Mrs. Teresa N . Hoffman, ex-'28, The Alexander Briggs Loan
First time alumni of all state-sup· and currently attending Eastern in ·for students at Eastern has rec •
ported educational institutions in summer sessions, was named Illi- an additional $300 from its
one state hold joint program. nois Rural Teacher of the Year for nator, Miss Margaret Briggs,
1956 by Prairie Farmer-WLS of daughter of the builder of
Officers of the Alumni Associa- Chicago. Main.
tion and Eastern alumni in the
Springfield, Ill., area participated Mrs. Hoffman has been a teacher Miss Briggs started the fund
in a meeting of national signifi- of grades one through eight in the 1949 in honer of her father, A
cance December 8 when they at- Plain Tree School at Teutopolis for
tended a Joint Alumni Council pro- 30 years. Last year her small coun- ander Briggs, who built Old
gram in Springfield. the first major building on
Eastern campus. Her first gift to
The meeting, attended by near- fund was $500.
ly 200 alumni and top administra-
tive officers of the six state-sup- Mr. Briggs built many st
ported institutions of higher edu- structures throughout the Midw
cation in Illinois, was the first of but he was always proudest
its kind held anywhere in this Old Main. His parents were am
country, according to Bob Odaniel! the early residents of Illinois a
of Southern Illinois University, sec- his father plied the stone cutt
retary of the JAC. trade. Mr. Briggs also became
stone cutter, one of more than
Held in the Lincoln Park Pavilion, di nary skill. In 1874 he went
the program consisted of a panel Europe and worked in Engla
of college and university presi- and on the continent. Returning
dents from four of the state-sup- · Charleston in 1876, he went in
ported institutions and the vice- business as a general contract
president of another. Dr. Richard and established a marble
G. Browne, executive officer of the monument business.
Teachers College Board, served as
the master of ceremonies. Besides the college building
many business and private buil
Answering questions asked by ings in Charleston were erected b
Dr. Browne were Dr. Quincy the Briggs company. He died i
Doudna, president of Eastern; Dr. Charleston in 1924.
Leslie Holmes, president of North-
ern Illinois State College; Dr. Rob- Mrs. Teresa M. Hoffman The farm adviser in her coun
ert G. Bone, president of Illinois said, "In 1953 our county so·
State Normal University; Dr. Delyte try school was merged with the conservation district board inter
cc nsolidated :;:hool in Teutopolis ested our schools in a soil conserv
\IV. Morris, president of Southern; but her work as a teacher has con- tion essay contest. Mrs. Hoffman'
and Herbert 0. Farber, vice-presi- tinued. pupils were so inspired by their
teacher that they practically ran
dent and comptoller, University of Sc h o o I officials, educational away with all the top awards."
Illinois. Dr. Frank Beu, president of leaders, parents, alumni a n d
Western Illinois State College, was pupils joined in nominating her One of her pupils said, "I like
unable to attend the meeting be- for the Rural Teacher of the Year
cause of hazardous driving condi- Award . N1rs. Hoffman because she is un-
tions caused by heavy snows in
western Illinois. A county superintendent said, derstanding with you and with
"Mrs. Hoffman has in every re-
Representing the Eastern Alumni spect proved herself to be the best your parents. She teaches you the
Association at the meeting were rural teacher I -have ever known modern things' as w~ll as the fun·
vic~president Ogden Brainard, during 38 years of work in the
'25; executive committee members field of education. She works damentals." ·
Maurice Foreman, '27; Vern Baker, equally well with pupils, parents,
'27; and Walt Warmoth, ex-'39; Dr. and co-workers in the teaching pro- Six parents wrote this tribute of
William Yardley, director of stu- fession. She has the pleasing art Mrs. Hoffman: "We had the privi·
dent activities; and Asa M. Ruyle of spreading happiness and secur- lege of having been taught by her,
and Ken Hesler of the Alumni Of- ing capacity work from all her and this past , year 16 of her 22
fice . Dr. Ruyle was elected secre- pupils." pupils were our children."
tary of the JAC at an afternoon
meeting of the group. His duties Judges of the Rural Teacher of
begin July l, 1957. the Year were selected from PTA
groups, state education depart·
PAGE EIGHT ment and teachers' associations
with the cooperation of the state
department of public instruction.

\

Hutton Becomes Alumni Prexy; Student Newspa per

Brainard, Mrs. Kennard Elected Earns Top Award

Don Hutton, '48, vice-president The Eastern State News, student
of the Alumni Association during newspaper at Eastern, has received
the past year, automatically be- the "All-American" rating from the
came president of the organization Associated Collegiate Press. "All-
on October 22, 1956. American" is the highest award be-
stowed by the ACP.
Hutton, sales manager of Mid-
west Homes, Inc., for the past six The News competed against 34
years, also served one year as a weekly newspapers published by
member of the Executive Commit- colleges with an enrollment of
tee. He is located at the central between 1,251 and 2,000 students.
office of Midwest Homes, Inc., in Only four of the weeklies in East-
Mattoon. ern's division earned the top
award.
Ogden Brainard, '25, was named
vice-president of the organization. Issues of the News on which the
award was based were published
Joan King (Mrs. Ivan Kennard) during the second semester of the
1955-56 school year. James Gar-
Joan King (Mrs. Ivan Kennard), ner, Mclean, was editor during that
'45; succeeded June Bubeck (Mrs. period.
James Giffin), '48, as secretary.
The new officers' term of duty be- Since becof1!ing a member of the
gan on October 21, 1956. Brainard ACP in 1933, the News has won
will become president of the Alum- 14 "All-American" ratings. East-
ni Association in October 1957. ern's student newspaper is also the
holder of 20 consecutive "Medal-
Social Group Plans ist" ratings from the Columbia
New Campus Fraternity Scholastic Press Association. "Med-
alist" is ~he top CSPA award.
Ogden Brainard A social club formed recently
Wi Ison Promoted
He has completed three years ser- on the Eastern campus may become
vice on the Executive Committee, To Press, Radio Post
during which time he was a rep- the college's sixth fraternity.
resentative to the Joint Alumni Roy K. Wilson, '36, has been
Council. Brainard, a prominent Twenty-three students heard named acting director of the Press
Charleston attorney, received his Lewis Bacon, national executive and Radio Division of the National
law degree from the University of secretary of Alpha Kappa Lambda Education Association, succeeding
Illinois. social fraternity, explain the re- Belmont Farley.
quirement for affiliation with the
The three members elected to national organization at a Novem- Wilson, first director of public
the Executive Committee were ber 5 meeting. relations and alumni at Eastern, is
Maurice Foreman, '27; Jack Whit- also executive secretary of the Na-
son, '51; and Vern Baker, '27. At the conclusion of the meeting, tional School Public Relations Asso-
the group named itself the Alpha ciation.
A constitutional amendment to Kappa Lambda Colony. The campus
ive the president of the Associa- organization has begun a proba- Farley, who retired December l,
ion power to appoint the Joint tionary period to seek recognition 1956, was director of the Press
lumni Council representatives, as a chapter of the national frater- and Radio Division for 27 years.
ubject to approval by the Execu- nity.
've Committee, was approved by Dale Smith, '39, sends the fol-
wide majority. Alpha Kappa Lambda was found- lowing f r o m t h e Mooseheart
ed at the University of California Alumni Quarterly. "Dale Smith,
in 1914 and has its headquarters principal and chairman of the ath-
at Emporia, Kan. letic board at Mooseheart, becam·e
a father for the first time Saturday
night, December 8. His wife, Imo-
gene, and daughter Brooke Ellen,
are both doing well in Geneva
Community Hospital, although
Dale appears to be slightly con-
fused."

PAGE NINE

Clapp Lectures Debaters Tie For First Parents Visit Campu
In U. of 1-: Tournament
Eastern Chemists For Annual Progra
An Eastern Illinois State College
Dr. Leallyn B. Clapp, '35, was on debate team won a share of first- More than 800 parents attend
the Eastern campus for three days place honors at the Ninth Annual the annual Parents' Day progra
in November, under a visiting pro· University of Illinois, Navy Pier at Eastern on November l 0. Th
fessorship in chemistry sponsored Division, debate tournament held one-day program was initiat
·by the Chemical Education Division in Chicago on December 8 . four years ago when Eastern cho
of The American Chemical Society. to honor both parents with a s
Eastern's affirmative and nega- ial day instead of holding the usua
The visit was financed by the tive teams won seven of eight de- Dad's Day celebration .
National Science Foundation and bates to earn a first-place tie with
is part of their program of visiting Notre Dame and Marquette Uni- The program got under wa
scientists in chemistry initiated versity. with a "get acquainted" hour in
during the spring of 1956. Eastern the women's gym. Faculty mem-
was one of sixty colleges in the Debate topic was "Resolved that bers cooperated with the Student
United States to have such a pro- the United States should discon- Association by having representa-
gram . tinue direct economic aid to foreign tives from each department in
countries." their offices so that parents could
Dr. Clapp is professor of chemis- drop by and discuss the depart-
try at Brown University, where he The Eastern negative team, con- ment's function.
has been a faculty member since sisting of Gail Shadwell, freshman
1941 . He earned his doctorate from Effingham, and Roberta At a special program held in
at the University of Illinois and Evans, sophomore from Atwood, Lantz Gymnasium, President Quincy
was awarded an Honorary Degree received a "superior rat~ng" for Doudna officially welcomed the
of Doctor of Pedagogy at Eastern winning four of four debates. parents to Eastern, and Bob Mar·
in August 1956. shall, president of the Student
The affirmative team, made up Association, extended greetings
As a member of the Committee of Don Shields and John Hopper, from the student body.
on Teaching of Chemistry under both sophomores from Paris, won
the auspices of the American three of four debates and an "ex- Following the program, lunch
Chemical society, Dr. Clapp is cellent" rating. was served in the college cafeteria.
conducting research to discover
what schools offer an M.A. degree Thirty-nine colle_ges and univer- Kehias Gives Money
in chemical education, and what sities representing nine states par-
can be done to g"ive students fi - ticipated in the tournament. For Scholarship Fund
nancial aid .
Director of the debate team is Jim Keh ias, '52, has presented
As a . member of Phi Sigma Ep- Jon Hopkins, assistant professor of Eastern with a $25 donation in the
silon at Eastern, Dr. Clapp remem- speech. name of his wife, Betty Jean
bers the arch-rivalry between the Gaines, ex-'50, and his daughter,
Phi Sigs and the Fidelis-now Sig- Reid Commissioned Melissa Ann, and under the terms
ma Tau Gamma. Curriculum Editor of the General Electric Company
Corporate Alumnus Plan of 1956.
Since his November visit was Miss Florence E. Reid, assistant
one of the few times he has been professor and fifth-grade super- In his letter accompanying the
able to return to Eastern since his visor in the laboratory school at donation, Kehias writes, "Since this
graduation, Dr. Clapp said, "It is Eastern, has been commissioned is the month that Dr. Buzzard offi·
really nice to be back." He then curriculum editor of a new text- cially retires, my wife and I de-
added, "My classes at Brown are book, Let':; Read About Africa, by cided to submit this money to the
probably enjoying my visit too!" W. D. Allen . She was asked to eva- college for a Dr. Buzzard Scholar·
luate the book, accompanying bul- ship Fund, if such a fund exists or
1916 Reunion letin board pictures, and a film- will be starled in the near future.
strip by using the material in her If this is not feasible, it is our de-
(Continued from page 5) classroom. sire that this money be applied to
Shelby Leach, Evanston; Miss Lena supplement the Student Lo a n
Marie Mason, Mattoon; Andrew The opportunity to serve as Fund ."
Sheldon Phillips, New York, N. Y.; editor resulted from Miss Reid's
Miss Pearl Russell, Chicago; Mrs. previous selection from teachers Kehias· holds a law degree from
Jack E. Weaver (Nellie Sexson), throughout the United States to as- the University of Illinois and is now
Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. Evan Glenn sist in evaluating Life in America, employed as an employee relations
Payne (Serena Sharp), Casey; Mrs. the Midwest, by Walter Havighurst. consultant with General Electric in
Riley (Frances Shea), Oak Park; Mrs. DeKalb. He will be transferred to
Everett Earle Albers (G I e n n a Claribel Prince, '56, was married Appliance Park, Louisville, Ky., in
Sprout), Mattoon;;Mrs. Ralph Waldo to Dennis R. Schultz in June 1956. December for a union relations as·
Greeson (Elizabeth Stitt), Toledo." Mr. Schultz is a 1955 graduate of. signment; Daughter Melissa Ann
Bradley University. The Schultz ad- was born October 5.
dress is 25 Miles St., Milford, Conn .

PAGE TEN

NAIA·Names Cooch Lantz to Holl of Faine

Dr. Charles P. Lantz, athletic di-
rector and coach at Eastern from
1911 until his retirement in 1952,
is one of three persons in the na-
tion named to the Helms Athletic
Foundation Hall of Fame for out-
standing contributions to college
athletics and football in the Na-
tional Association of Intercollegiate
Athletics .

Dr. Lantz received the honor at
a Special Awards Banquet held De-
cember 20 at Little Rock, Ark. Al-
though complete in.formation was
unavailable at the time the Eastern
Alumnus went to press, W. A. Her-
ington, athletic director at Culver-
Stockton College and chairman of
the Hall of Fame selection commit-
tee, announced unofficially that the
other two selections were Dr. D. M.
Nigro ·and Ernest Mehl, both of
Kansas City, Mo. Three football
coaches and four players were also
to be named to the honor roll.

The awards ceremony marked
the first time the NAIA had made
Hall of Fame selections in football.

Dr. Lantz was nominated for the
honor by District 20 of the NAIA
and was a unanimous choice of the
selection committee, according to
Herington .

The banquet was held at the ·
Marion Hotel in Little Rock and in
conjunction with the December 22
NAIA Alumnium Bowl game be-
tween Montana State and St.
Joseph's of Indiana.

Under the NAIA proposal to
name three contributors to the Hall
of Fame, the following criteria was
used in the selections:

1. The contributor must be one Dr. Charles P. Lantz
who has made a major contribu-
tion worthy of national honor in physical education for men with- ficials for the Interstate Confer-
the sport for: which he is selected. out assistance. ence.

2. He must have made a contri- It was not until 1935 that he The Health Education Building,
bution in the area of NAIA institu- relinquished the football and bas- constructed in 1937, was named
ions over a period of years. ketball teams to a younger man. the Dr. Charles P. Lantz Gymnas-
He coached baseball during all ium in October, 1953.
3. His character and leadership but one of his 41 years at Eastern.
n the field must be considered. After Eastern became a member
Dr. Lantz retired in 1952, but of the Illinois Intercollegiate Ath-
From 1911 until 1935, Dr. Lantz has remained active in Midwest letic Association (Little Nineteen)
rved as athletic director and athletics, serving as 'director of of-
ched the teams in football, bas- (Continued on page 14)
etball and baseball at Eastern.
ntil _1932, he directed sports and

PAGE ELEVEN

Panther Cagers Win Three Of First Four

Coach Bob Carey's Eastern The Panther starting five are, from left, John Milholland, Westville;
cagers got the season off to a fly- Jerry Hise, Decatur; Frank Wolf, Benson; Ken Christiansen, Rossville; and
ing start with three straight victor- Lloyd Ludwig, Effingham. Coach Bob Carey is at right.
ies but ran aground in their sec-
ond Interstate Conference contest Stillwell, sophomore forward from Jan. 22-lndiana State, away
as they were upset 78-67 by East- Taylorville. Jan. 25-Millikin, away
ern Michigan. Feb. 1- lllinois Normal, home
Following a December 19 game Feb. 2-lllinois Wesleyan, home
The Panthers opened the season with Indiana State, the Panthers Feb. 8-Central Michigan, away
with an 82-66 win over Indiana return to the Quincy Holiday Tour- Feb. 9- Eastern Michigan, away
Central and downed Quincy Col- nament to defend the champion- Feb. 14- Southern, away
lege 70-68 at Quincy before open- ship they won last season by de- Feb. 16- Beloit, away
ing the league battle. In the con- feating St. Ambrose, Quincy and Feb. 20- Millikin, home
ference opener, Coach Carey's five N. E. Missouri . Feb. 22-Western, home
trounced Central Michigan 87-59. March 1-Southern, home
Other entries in the 1956 tour- March 2-lllinois No.r n:ial, away
But the cagers were unable to ney are Illinois Normal, Quincy,
get going the following night Lake Forest, Missouri Valley, St. NAIA Appoints O'Brien
against the Hurons. An Eastern Benedicts of Atchison, Kan ., St. To Cross Country . Board
Michigan zone, fouls and cool Thomas of St. Paul, Minn., and
shooting hampered the Panthers. Iowa Wesleyan of Mt. Pleasant, la. Maynard "Pat" O'Brien, head
Eastern committed 30 fouls in the cross country and track coach at
contest, and the Hurons sank 37 of Remaining games on the sched- Eastern, has been appointed to the
52 free throws for their margin of ule. National Cross Country Advisory
victory as the Panthers outscored Committee of the National Asso-
them by four field goals. Dec. 19-lndiana State, home ciation of Intercollegiate Athletics.

Coach Carey's starting five has Dec. ~7-29-Quincy Tourney,
Jerry Hise, 6-2 sophomore · from Quincy
Decatur, and Lloyd Ludwig, 6-3
senior from Effingham, at the for- Jan. 11-Northern, home
wards; Ken Christiansen, 6-2 soph-
omore from Rossville, at center; Jan . .18-Westem, away
and John Milholland, 6-0 junior
from Westville, and Frank Wolf, )ari. ,J9-:-Northe~n, away
6-1, junior from Benson, at the
guards.

Milholland is pacing the Panth-
ers in scoring with 95 points in
four games, an average of 23.7
points per game. Milholland set
a new Eastern scoring record last
season with a single-game high of
40 points.

Charles Session, 6-4 sophomore
from Terre Haute, became eligible
with the beginning of the winter
quarter and is seeing action at
both the center and forward posi-
tions.

Others on the varsity squad are
Curt Perry, junior guard from Mt.
Carmel; Ed Wolf, sophomore guard
from Benson; John Moomey, soph-
omore guard from Mechanicsburg;
Neil Admire, senior center from
Gillespie; Dave Murphy, junior for-
ward from Robinson; Larry Curran,
sophomore · forward fom Cerro
Gor-do; Kent ·Smith, sophomore cen-
ter from ,. ~;!:!orgetown; and Don

PAGE TWELVE

Pa nth er Wrestlers Gridders Better League Mark

·Try To Up Record But Win Only Two In Season

Eastern Illinois State wrestlers The Panther gridders compiled All-Conference
opened their 1956-57 season Sat- their best Interstate Conference rec-
urday, December 15, by participat- ord since 1950 but finished sixth Ray Fisher
ing in the University of Illinois In- in the league standings. Coach
vitational Wrestling Tournament at Keith Smith's squad went into the Eastern Michigan for fourth in
Champaign. final game of the season against punting with an average of 34.8
Western with a 2-3 mark in the yards per kick.
Coach Harold Pinther's mat IIAC and a chance to tie for second
squad is paced by Roy Hatfield, place. The Leathernecks, however, In team offense in conference
senior from Champaign and de- took undisputed possession of the
f e n d i n g Interstate Conference number two spot by handing East- competition, Eastern ranked sixth
champion in the 177-pound divi- ern a 58-14 defeat and dropping in rushing, with an average of
sion. the Panthers to sixth. 99.7 yards per game; fourth in
passing, with an average of 64.5
Eastern had its best wrestling Eastern's overall record for the yards per game; sixth in total of-
season in history last year, win- season was two wins and seven
ning five of eight dual meets. losses, both wins coming in league fense, with 164.2 yards per game;
play. The Panthers downed Illinois and sixth in scoring, with eight
Wrestlers on the Eastern varsity Normal 14-6 and defeated North- points per game.
roster and their weight divisions ern 13-6.
are Warner Semetis (123), freshman Playing their last season for the
from Orland Park; Gerald Hatfill Darrell Brown, senior halfback Panthers were seniors Darrell
(130), freshman from Mattoon; from Oakland, was named the Pan-
Tony Cohrs (130), freshman from thers' most valuable player of the Brown; West; Anderson; Fisher;
Mooseheart; William Shadow (137), year. Don Arnold, sophomore half-
sophomore from Mattoon; Jim back from Charleston, and Carl Winston Brown, halfback from
Richards (147), freshman from Oak Magsamen, sophomore tackle from New Orleans, La.; Ron Leonard,
Lawn; Keith Myers (147), junior Tolono, were named co-captains of guard from East St. Louis; Bob Gil-
from Mattoon; Dick Nesmith (157), the 1957 squad.
freshman from Champaign; Vern pin, halfback from Atwood; How-
Vierk (167), sophomore from Calu- Ray Fisher, senior from Charles- ard Current, guard from Urbana;
met City; Roy Hatfield (177), senior ton, was selected for the second Clarence Jasper, tackle from Cisco;
from Champaign; Jim Bryant (191), straight year as a tackle on the
sophomore from Champaign; Dave first ieleven of the llAC all-star and William Moutray, center from
Decker (Hvw.), junior from Cham- football team. He was also named Decatur.
paign; and Carl Magsamen (Hvw.), to an all-state college team chosen
sophomore from Tolono. by the Peoria Star of Peoria. El Opponent Opp.

The schedule: Dec. 15-Univer- Roger West, senior fullback from 7 Indiana State 13
sity of Illinois Invitational, Cham- Wyanet, and Jim Bryant, soph- 13 S. E. Missouri 46
paign; Jan. 12-Notre Dame, home; omore guard from Champaign, 14 Illinois Normal
Jan. 16-Wabash, away; Jan. 19- were named to the second team of 0 Southern 6
Southen Illinois, away; Jan. 26- the llAC squad. Darrell : Brown 21 Evansville 33
Northern Illinois, home; Feb. 2- received special mention. 0 Eastern Michigan 29
Bradley, home; Feb. 8-Central 13 Northern 65
Michigan, away; Feb. 9- Eastern Several Panthers rated among 7 Central Michigan
Michigan, away; Feb. 15-16 - the league leaders in individual 14 Western 6
Wheaton Invitational Tournament, offense. West was eighth in rush- 38
Wheaton; Feb. 21-lllinois Normal, ing with 284 yards; Gary Ander- 58
away; March 1-Western Illinois, son, senior quarterback from Litch-
home. field, was second in passing with
22 completions in 64 tries; and
Eligibility Period Extended West tied with Jerry Miller of

To 15 Quarters in llAC an athlete to four seasons of com-
petition in any one sport, also
Faculty representatives of the states that a transfer student is eli-
nterstate Conference voted to ex- gible for only three seasons of
nd an athlete's period of eligibil- competition in the conference.
ty to ten semesters or 15 quarters
t the annual winter meeting of The old rule limited the period
e league held December 6-7 in of eligibility to eight semesters or
12 quarters.
icago.
The new rule, which still limits

PAGE THIRTEEN

Budget Eastern Harriers Student Association Lists

(Continued from page 4) Begin Rebuilding 'Who's Who' Selections

faculty for an average of a little Eastern's cross country squad, Twenty-seven students at Ea
over five years each. · composed mainly of freshmen, ern have been selected by the St
finished the 1956 season with one dent Association for listing in t
Dr. Doudna then explained that dual victory in· five outings and 1957 edition of Who's Who in A
inadequate salaries have a two- placed sixth in the Interstate Con- erican Colleges and Universiti
fold effect on the general quality ference meet at DeKalb. The students selected will repr
of the faculty. He pointed out that sent Eastern in the publication.
when a larger than usual number Rawlan Lillard, freshman from
of outstanding teachers and ad- Danville, paced the harriers during Students chosen were: Phylli
ministrators resign in order to take the season and finished sixth in Beamish, junior, Chicago; Caroly
better paying positions, the college the llAC meet. Lillard placed first Bline, junior, Robinson; Darrel
not only loses the valuable services in the Panthers' 19-35 win over Brown, senior, Oakland; Thoma
of the departing faculty members, Union College of Jackson, Tenn., Burke, junior, Oakwood; Mari
but also finds it difficult to replace and was second by only half a step Esker, senior, Harvey; Dean Fogle,
them with persons of equal calibre. in a meet with Southern . He ran in junior, Jewett; James Garner, sen-
the number two position in the ior, Charleston; Bob Gilpin, junior,
Three other major areas account Western meet. Atwood; Ann Gray, junior, St. Fran-
for an additional 42.5 per cent of cisville; Russell Herron, senior, Gil·
the increase. These increases, said The Panther squad entered in the lespie; Larry Hart, senior, Pruett;
Dr. Doudna, are necessary to im- llAC meet by Coach Maynard O'- Patty Kidwell, junior, Sullivan; Dar·
prove the educational program, to Brien included Lillard; Michael Har- rell Lower, senior, Mattoon; Bob
put new buildings into operation, vey, Paris; Dick Storm, Mattoon; Marshall, senior, Gillespie;
and to continue existing opera- Dick Kragler, Mattoon; Dan Mc-
tions . Kenzie, Homer; Wes Walker, Dan- Carol McCann, junior, Salem;
ville; and Ed Landers, S"pringfield . Barbara Moomaw, junior, Edwards-
If Eastern is to adequately serve ville; Bill Moutray, senior, Decatur;
the best interests of the people The harriers began the season Linda Murphy, senior, Robinson;
of east central Illinois, said Dr. with a string of 15 straight dual- Gene Newport, senior, Albion; Dan
Doudna, it must add new educa- meet victories extending back over Reedy, senior, Marshall; Clare
tional programs from time to time, a three-year period, but the streak Roselein, junior, Litchfield; Phil
provide for major extensions of was broken in the Panthers' open- Stuckey, senior, Effingham; Wes
certain existing programs, and con- ing meet of the season as they lost Walker, senior, Danville; Carol Wil·
stantly increase the effectiveness of 34-24 to Southern. Eastern, winner hite, junior, Litchfield; Jerry Wil·
all current programs. of the Illinois Intercollegiate Cross Iiams, senior, Tuscola; Barbara H.
Country Association meet for the Owens, junior, Casey; and Nancy
Three dormitories and a student past two years, finished fifth in Hinton, junior, Beecher City.
union, in addition to the Robert G. the 1956 meet at Wheaton.
Buzzard Laboratory School, will be The requirements for Who's Who
put into operation at Eastern dur- Coach O'Brien, however, will include a 2.6 grade point average,
ing the 1957-59 biennium . The lose only Walker by graduation participation in at least two faculty
residence halls will house 450 next spring. sponsored college organizations,
women; and the student union, to and junior or senior class standing.
contain cafeteria facilities for 500 Speech, Hearing Frat
students, will replace the tempor- Hall of Fame
ary structure currently used as a Names Thurman President
cafeteria and student lounge. (Continued from page 11)
Dr. Wayne Thurman, director of
Permanent Improvements the speech and hearing clinic at in 1912, Dr. Lantz served eight
Eastern, was installed as national times as president of the confer-
Eastern is requesting funds for vice-president of Sigma Alpha Eta, ence, once as vice-president, and
the construction of only one major at the annual convention of the ten times as treasurer.
building during the 70th biennium. American Speech and Hearing As-
The major share of the $1,881,500 sociation on November 20. Born in Harrisburg, Pa., in 1884,
approved by the Board for perman- he graduated from Gettysburg
ent improvements at Eastern will Sigma Alpha Eta, a national or- Academy in 1904, Gettysburg
go for a $1,250,000 classroom ganization for students in the field College in 1908, and served as a
building to house the art, music of speech and hearing rehabilita- teacher at the Gettysburg Academy
and speech departments. Comple- tion, was organized in 1949 and has for three years before coming to
tion of the Robert G. Buzzard Lab- 43 campus chapters in 21 states. Eastern in 1911.
·oratory School will require $340,-
000; and new equipment for the elude $45,000 for land acquisition In 1924 he took the master's de-
heating plant will cost another and $55,500 for extensions of gree from Pennsylvania State Col·
$191,000. Other items on the per- campus water and electrical sys- lege and in 1938 was awarded the
manent improvement budget in- tems. Honorary Degree of Doctor of
Pedagogy by Gettysburg College.

PAGE FOURTEEN

Keeping in touch

Florence Long (Mrs. Curtis R. Her address is 313 S. 17th, Mat- teaches grades 5 and 6 at the
Carman), '06, writes: "My husband toon, Ill. Casey Community School. Her ad-
retired in 1951 after teaching 43 dress is Route 2, Greenup, Ill.
years in the Cleveland public Muriel Newlin (Mrs. Lawrence
schools. At that time we moved to Barrett), '12, writes: "My congra- Olive Blanche Newlin (Mrs.
Boulder Colorado to spend our tulations to Ogden Brainard, '25, Claude Rudd), '16, writes : "I re-
sunset years at the foot of the I know he will be successful as tired this last July, after 32 years
Rockies. All three of our children vice-president of the Alumni As- of teaching in Los Angeles ." Her
are college graduates." They live sociation. I remember that he was address is 120 N. Berendo, Los
at 1040 Grant Pl., Boulder, Colo. a most delightful and brilliant stu- Angeles, Calif.
dent in my classes at Charleston
Ruth Reat, '06, writes: "I am High School." She teaches in the Marie Pollard (Mrs . Stanton A.
leading a quiet life in a beautiful Los Angeles city schools. The ad- Gilbert), '17, writes that she is
spot-Puget Sound and Mt. Rainier dress is 2026 Buckingham Rd., Los president of the Paris, Ill., Teachers
before me." Her address is Vashon, Angeles 16. Association. She teaches grade 1
Wash. at the Carolyn Wing School . Her
Emma Newell (Mrs. 0. E. Sea- address is 402 S. Central Ave.,
Mary Irwin McNutt, '07, has ton), '12, writes that she was re- Paris, Ill.
moved from Detroit to 1108 South cently installed as president of the
Grand, West, Springfield, Ill. Woman's Club of Winter Haven, Mabel A. Bryant, '19, writes:
Fla. "This year I'm still teaching fourth
Louis A. Tohill, '08, died in grade and am vice-principal of our
March, l956 in Robinson, Ill. Mrs . F. H. Steinmetz, '13, of Union building. We move into a new
Tohill lives at 407 E. Walnut St., Springs, N. Y., was on campus at building in January, 1957." Her ad-
Robinson, Ill. Eastern for the 1956 Homecoming. dress is 2605V2 A. St., Selma, Calif.

Lida Hostetler, '09, writes: "Jean- Emily C. Reid, '13, of Maywood, Edith Crowe, '19, writes: "The
ette M. Dickerson, '09, visited Ill., writes that she is still teaching new address for Mary, 18, and me
Myrtle Davis (Mrs . John R. Sni- at Proviso Township High School. is 205 East Maple Grove Ave., Ft.
This is her twenty-seventh year. Wayne, Ind ."
er), '09, in Kerrey, Colo. for six
eeks this summer. She found Irene Malhoit (Mrs. William Nilda Marie Smith (Mrs. Edward
yrtle's new ranch house, the Smith), '13, of South Rockwood, R. Barnard), '19, writes: "My hus-
enery, and life on this large Mich ., writes that she recently re- band and I have just returned
airy farm quite interesting." Her ceived an Honor Award from the home from a four months cruise
ddress is 1441 E. Edison St., Tus- Michigan Education Association around the world." Her address is
n, Ariz. She is the secretary of for having taught thirty years. She 11 l Palmetto Rd., Clearwater, Fla.
e class of '09. was also presented with a 30 year
pin. · Freida Hermin Spengel, '19,
Evalena Heeb (Mrs . Frank E. died in St. Louis, Mo., on October
ohnson), '10, is secretary to her Helen M. Horne (Mrs. Ferdinand 27, 1956.
usband who is a veterinarian. She H. Steinmetz), '14, writes that she
as three grandsons. Her address now has five grandchildren. Her Edward E. Hoad, '19;; writes that
address is Union Springs, N. Y. he is teaching biological science in
Areola, Ill. a new senior high school. His ad-
Ruth Gray (Mrs. Harold Green- Ruth Linder, '15, writes: "I have dress is 4910 Kratzville Rd ., Evans-
af), '11, writes that her husband just returned from spending three ville, Ind.
·ed in November, 1955. Her ad- months in the West. The greater
ss is 1220 16th St., Rock Island, part of the time was spent at Oleta Blanche Delana (Mrs.
Laramie, Wyoming." Her address Lawrence L. Carroll), '20, may be
Fern Welch (Mrs. 0 . B. Hess), is 2100 Prairie, Mattoon, Ill. addressed at 110 E. Scott St., Sulli-
1, of Villa Grove, Ill., writes that van, Ill.
r husband, 0 . B. Hess, died re- Mary Newlin, '15, reports that
ntly. she made a trip to the Holy Land Ruth Fletcher, '2 l, writes that
Ha:z:el E. Willson (Mrs. Thomas A. in the spring of 1956 and spent she is a teacher of English arts at
Easter in Jerusalem. Sophia Reed, the new Walter Coolidge Junior
mpson), '12, writes that she '15, accompanied her. Her address High School in Granite City. Her
ke two left ribs in a recent fall. is 404 West Main St., Robinson, Ill. address is 2616 State, Granite City,
Ill.
Nelle C. Hutchason, '16, writes:
"I am now Regent of the Sally Lin- Robert R. Pampe, '2·1, is manag-
coln Chapter, D.A.R., and attended ing director of Columbia Records
the third division meeting held in of Canada, Ltd. He has been with
Paris, Ill., in September." Columbia since 1926 and in Can-
ada three years. Mr. Pampe was
Thelma Grace Fitch (Mrs. Walter back on the Eastern campus in No-
S. Collins), '16, writes that she vember for the first time since
1922.

PAGE FIFTEEN

Alumni Tribute

Dr. Robert G . Buzzard, president of Eastern from 1933 to 1956, is presented with the first honorary lif
time membership in the Eastern Alumni Association. Making the presentation is Mervin Baker, '40, preside
of the Association in 1955-56. The ceremony was held at the halftime of the Homecoming football game.

Others taking part in the ceremony are, from left, Harold Marker, ' 34; Mrs . Joanne Krueger, '56; Ogde
Bra inard, '25; Mrs. Betty Reat, '47; Mrs . June Giffin, '48; Don Hutton, '48; Mrs . Jack Owens, '39; and Lloy
Thudium, '35.

Lillian Myers ·(Mrs. Steve Turner), Palms, Calif. Springfield, Ill.
'22, writes: "I am still married to Cyril D. Reed, '22, writes that he
Steve Turner, remember him? We Lorine Dodillet (Mrs. Frank An·
now have four grandch ildren." i3 spend ing this school year in derjeski), '25, writes that she start·
Her address is 822 North Chicago Phoenix, Ariz. He has two sons, ed her 32nd year as a second grade
St., Pontiac, Il l. Dale and Dease, at Colorado Uni- teacher at Schiller School, Central-
versity . His address is 3321 N. 56th
Mary E. Boyer, '22, reports that St., Phoenix. ia , Ill. , this fall.
she is still teaching mentally re-
tarded children at Westlake Junior J. Harold Snyder, '23, writes that Phoebe Eleanor Hashman (Mrs.
High . Her address is 8024 Win- his oldest daughter, Donna, is a William Shaw), '26, writes: "I am
thrope St., Oakland 5, Calif. junior at Wheaton College. His ad-
dress is 248 Locust St., Hammond, on leave of absence from my teach·
Trevor K. Serviss, '21, has been Ind.
elected a d irector and vice presi- ing position because of major sur·
dent of the L. W. Singer Co. Dr. Clara Rodenbaugh (Mrs. Karl gery. I hope to be back next semes·
Serviss assumed the position of Whisennand), '24, writes: "I com- ter." Her address is 1624 S. State
editor-in-chief of the firm in 1955. pleted requirements for the Master St., Springfield, Ill.
He was a resident of Hull House of Arts Degree at Teachers College,
in Chicago, where he worked with Columbia University, this summer. Mary H. Patton (Mrs . S. J . Hil·
the late Jane Addams. During The degree will be conferred in lard), ex-'26, died in Washington,
World War II , he was a naval offi- December." Her address is Oblong , D. C.
cer in the Bureau of Personnel. His Ill.
address is Woodchuck Hill Road, Lois R. Gray (Mrs . Alton B.
Fayetteville, N. Y. Chenault Kelly, '25, writes: "Last
year, the local chapter of Future Goode), '27, is a fourth grade
Irene King (Mrs. Charles Zim- Teachers of America, at Eastern,
mers), '22, writes that her son, named itself the Edith E. Ragan teacher in the Howard Kennedy
Hugh, is a student at Cornell Uni- Chapter. Miss Ragan was a teacher
versity. Son, Phillip, is a junior at at Eastern from 1909 to 1934: She School, Omaha, Neb. ·
Redlands University, Calif. Her ad- still lives in Charleston, Ill."
dress is P. 0 . Box 265, Twenty-nine Sarah Emily Heistand (Mrs . Cyril
Claude 0. Combs, '25, has Bell), '27, may now be addressed
PAGE SIXTEEN moved to 1707 W. Lawrence St.,
at 4155 Herschell Ave ., Apt. 2,
Dallas, Tex.

Mildred Nolting (Mrs. Oliver
Hoffman), '27, is teaching in the

Centralia, Ill., city schools.

Byron Davidson, '27, writes that

one of his 7th grade woodworking

students at Covington, Ky., won sity of Michigan . Their address is Howard Begeman), '32, is teaching
the junior first place award for the 519 N. Harvey Ave., Oak Park, Ill. in the Sandborn, Ind., schools. Her
State of Kentucky in the 1956 daughter, Carol, is a freshman at
Fisher Body car designing contest. Jessie Voigt (Mrs. Tyler All- Vincennes University and her son,
This is the fourth time that one of hands), '30, writes that her hus- Bill, is a freshman in high school.
his students has been among the band is teaching mathematics at
winners. the University of Illinois and she is Marguerite Wigner (Mrs. Bur-
teaching at Urbana High School. dette Rardin), '32, may be addres-
Elvira Anna Rau, '28, is current- Her address is 710 S. Grove St., sed at the 7th A.D.S., A.P.O. 677,
ly serving as president of the Chi- Urbana, Ill. New York, New York. Her hus-
cago Alumnae of Delta Zeta Sor- band is a M/ Sgt. and they are sta-
ority. Her address is 6030 N. Sheri- Margaret Vivian McNees (Mrs. tioned at Goosebay, Labrador.
dan Rd ., Apt. 1509, Chicago 40, Ralph F. Fischer), '31, writes that
Ill. she is a member of the State Board Edna Vaupel (Mrs. John F.
of Directors of the Illinois Associa- Spahr), '32, has moved to 1532
Charlotte Fey (Mrs . Lewis S. tion of Classroom Teachers. Her Brush Creek Blvd., Kansas City 10,
Meisenbach), '28, writes: "After address is Box 14, Gardner, Ill. Mo .
ten years in Pasadena, we moved
up here with the Lockheed crowd." Ivory P. Rennels, '31, writes that Mary R. Jordan (Mrs. George R.
The Meisenbach address is 927 Mrs. Rennels (Alfrieda1 Schuetz, Sweet), '32, has moved from Chi-
The Dalles, Sunnyvale, Calif. '31), teaches first grade in the Ser- cago fo 14929 Lindsay, Detroit 27,
geant Bluff, Iowa, schools. He has Mich. Dr. Sweet is Assistant Min-
Roy A. Ratts, '28, writes: "My been with the U. S. Weather Bur- ister of the Westminster Presbyter-
wife and I received our Master's eau for the past 20 years. The Ren- ian Church. They have four sons
Degrees from Arizona State Univer- nels have four children; Sharon, a and one daughter.
sity in May, 1956. Since then I student at Morningside College;
have been a counselor at Phoenix Marshall, a senior in high school; Loren H. Petty, '34, teaches vo-
High School. Our daughter, Janice, Freddy, a freshman in high school; cational agriculture at the Clay City
is married and has a son, age 7 and Carolyn, in the fifth grade. Community High School. His ad-
months. Our o t h e r daughter, dress is R. R. 1, Clay City, Ill.
Nancy, is a junior at North Phoenix Robert Paul Henry, '31, died in
High School. Our Hacienda is al- March, 1956. He lived at Taylor- Vivian Thompson, '34, may now
ways open to any one from. East- ville, Ill. be addressed at 211 Fayette, Ed-
ern." His address is 305 E. Pasa- wardsville, Ill.
dena Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. Nellie Griffin (Mrs. Paul Wal-
ters), '31, of Mt. Auburn, Ill., writes Edgar N. Gw in, '34, writes that
G. M. "Bink" Hampton, '28, was that she retired from teaching in his son, Robert, and Robert's wife
promoted to assistant vice-presi- 1953 and is now a housewife.
dent of . the Virginia Paper Com- are enrol led at Eastern.
pany, Inc., in January 1956. His Margaret Ruth Thompson (Mrs. H. E. House, '34, is president of
address is 2029 Charlotte Dr.,
Charlotte, N. C. the Pittsfield, Ill., Rotary Club.

John L. Bower, '28, is president Homecoming Queen and Court
of the East Richland Education As-
sociation for the year 1956-57. Miss Peggy Frew, left, 1956 Homecoming queen, and her court
he association includes all the ride on the royal float during the- annual parade. Her attendants, from
eachers in the eastern half of left, are Ilene Dohme, freshman from Br.oadlands; Lenora Seaman, junior
Richland County. from Mattoon; and Doris Johns, senior from Areola.

Lucile Marker (Mrs . J. Robert
ott), '30, writes that she is teach-
ing homemaking at Ridgefarm
igh School. Her address is Chris-
an, 111.

H. Nolan Sims, '30, is general
gent for the Massachusetts Mutual
ife lnsurance Co., at Mattoon. His
n, Nolan, is a freshman at East-
rn. Mr. and Mrs. Sims (Julia Burn-
de, '34) have a daughter, Julia
nne, · 16, and another son, Nor-
an, 8. .

Kermit Dehl, '30, writes that he
nd Mrs. :Dehl (Goldie Hartman,
9), spent 10 weeks at the Univer-
'ty of wlorado this past summer.
eir son, Ro~q_J.d, is a teaching as-
'stant in chem istry at cthe Univer-

PAGE SEVENTEEN

Pride of Cook County and Phi Delta Kappa and is
in the Society of Motion p·

and Television Engineers. H

married and has four chil

three of whom are in the Mar

public schools; the oldest, Joa

·a student at Vanderbilt Univ

W. G. McNeal, ex-'35, is

ager of product service for the

point Company of Chicago.

co-chairman of the Cook

Eastern State Club. His addre

295 Elm Park Ave., Elmhurst,

Fern Tait (Mrs . A. R. Bietsch),

is teaching again after a ten

absence from the schools. Her

dress is 1495 Green Bay Rd., H'

land Park, Ill.

George Lewis Reynolds, '36,

been promoted to district s

manager for Wisconsin and n

ern Illinois for Faultless Mill'

Company. His address is 317 Cl

St., Marseilles, Ill.

Richard A. Popham, '36,

elected National President of G
elected ma Alpha, fraternity for male gr

uate students in the sciences.

address is Bontany Dept., 0

State Univ., Columbus 10.

Homer Dee Hendricks, '36,

moved from Bangor, Mich., to

Esther Virginia McCandlish (Mrs. Lee Dulgar, '35, has moved from Woodworth Ave., Alma, Mich.

Charles R. Galbreath), '34, writes Harvey, Ill., to 17606 Washington is superintendent of schools

that her daughter, Patricia Ann, is Ave ., Homewood, Ill. Alma.

· a sophomore at Illinois Wesleyan Helen Elizabeth Swanson, '35, Marjorie Ellen Sexson, '36, '

University. Her other daughter, Vir- wife of J. Rex Hovious, '36, died may be addressed at 1509 Bent

ginia, is a freshman in high school. at her home in Mattoon on Novem- Alameda, Calif.

Her address is . 84 First South ber 25, 1956. Mrs. Hovious was Mabel Evelyn Mitchell
Shores Ave., Decatur, Ill . born March 21, 1914 in Cam- Roland Goulait), '37, '41,
bridge. Her parents were Carl 0. moved to 6922 Standish
Susan M. Phipps (Mrs . William and Ida Nelson Swanson. She Radiant Valley, Hyattsville, Md.
B. Bails), '35, of 4410 S. W . 58th taught in the Henry County schools
Ave ., Miami 43, Fla., writes that before her marriage to Mr. Hovi- Joe H. Henderson, '37, is
her daughter, Margaret Ann, en- ous. chairman of the Cook County Ea
tered the University of Tennessee ern State Club. His address
as a freshman this fall. SanJey Mcintosh, '35, of 7813 8047 S. Marshfield Ave., Chica
Stratford Rd., Bethesda, Md., is on 17, Ill.
Lloyd H. Garrison, '34, may be leave from the Motion Picture As-
addressed at the Deer Park Trailer sociation of America to serve as Doris Mildred Ross, '37, may
Court, Des Plaines, Ill. executive director of Teaching Film addressed at R .R. 3, Newton, Ill.
Custodians. Mr. Mcintosh started
Harry A. Rice, '35, operates a as a teacher in the Evanston, Ill., Rose Lee Moore (Mrs. T. E.
general insurance agency at Law- public schools where he later serv- Meekan), '37, writes: "There is a
renceville, Ill. He has two sons, ed as a principal. He· was assistant other little McMeekan, by the na
Robert Frederick, 9, and Harry- superintendent of the Cook Coun- of John Herrick, now 10 mon
James, 13. ty, Ill., schools and has been a visit- old." She lives at 421 Wabash Av
Mattoon, Ill.
W. S. "Bill" Hardy, '35, writes
that he has transferred from the

Webster Groves, Mo., school sys- ing staff member at Northwestern Stan Elam, '38, may now be

tem to St. Louis. He is now teach- University, the State University of dressed at 22 Browncliff Add

ing at Hadley Technical High Iowa, and Butler University . He re- Bloomington, Ind. Stan is editor

School. ceived his M. A. degree from Phi Delta Kappa publications.

Jeanette Rosene (Mrs. Norman Northwestern University, where he Julia Evelyn Hillard (Mrs. Holl

Schaer), '35, has moved to 8846 has done further graduate work. Wright), '38, has moved to 902

')outh Oglesby Ave., Chicago 7, Ill. He is a member of Sigma Tau Delta Cross St., Robinson, Ill.

PAGE EIGHTEEN

Louise Inman (Mrs. Edward J. addressed at 16735 Janine Dr., extension courses at the state col-
Wagner), '38, writes: "We moved Whittier, Calif. lege at Fort Hays. Her address is
from our home in Mt. Prospect on 618 Main St., Russell, Kan.
August l. My husband accepted a James S. Stahl, '39, is athletic
position as design engineer with coach at Downers Grove, Ill. His ad- Carolyn Brown (Mrs. James
General Electric Co., and he is now dress is 4505 Linscott, Downers Smith), '40, writes: "Jimmy, l 0,
in the appliance control depart- Grove, Ill. and George, 9, have been joined
ment." The Wagner address is 520 by Frankie, now 16 months. We
W. Morris St., Morrison, Ill. Thomas J. Keene, '39, writes: are living on a large ranch and
"I just completed a 12 month grad- have over 2000 lemon trees." The
Helen A. Durston, '38, '55, is as- uate course in electrical engineer- Smith address is P. 0. Box 325,
sistant principal and 5th grade ing and am enroute to Germany Goleta, Calif.
teacher at Worden, Ill. Her sister, for three years." Major Keene may
Eula F. Durston, '38, '54, teaches be addressed at the l Oth TAC Ivan J. Fleener, '40, has been
at Washington School, Vandalia, Ill. Recon Wing, APO 123, c/ o Post-. promoted to chief accountant of the
master, New York, N. Y; new Caterpillar Tractor Company
Earl Jones, '38, writes: "I was plant in Aurora, Ill. His address is
married in July 1956 to Miss Shir- Alice N. McCloy (Mrs. Orlando 818 N. View St.
ley Glave of Colorado." This is his G. Lowrance), '39, of Assumption,
l 9th year of teaching and l Oth 111., writes that they are the proud Harry Wood, '40, died on Sep-
year as head basketball coach at parents of a daughter, Lisa Jo, tember 17, 1956, in Middletown,
Kankakaee, Ill. born February 7, 1956. R. I. Commander Wood, USN,
was a member of the staff of the
Kenneth E. Gabel, '38, died sud- Floyd Wesley Pruett, '39, is Naval War College at Newport,
denly on October 12, 1956, while working in the loan department of R. I. He "had been head of the
attending the annual conference of a Portland, Oregon bank. His ad- S7ructures Branch, Airframe De-
the Association of New York State dress is 1490 Southwest Hilldale, sign Division, Bureau of Aero-
Teachers College Faculties in Buf- Cedar Hills, Beaverton, Ore. nautics, Washington, D. C. Com-
falo. Dr. Gabel was prpfessor of mander Wood joined the Navy
mathematics and head of the de- Genevieve · Lesemann ( M r s . in June 1940 and graduated as a
partment at Oswego State Teach- Crouse), '23, '39, may now be ad- Naval Aviator in 1941. During
ers College, Oswego, N. Y. He had dressed at 422 South Lincoln, Apt. World War II he served aboard the
been a member of the mathematics E., Springfield, Ill. aircraft carrier Lexington at Guada-
department at the college for the
past 12 years. Dr. Gabel was born 'Emily Waggoner (Mrs. John
in Greenup, Ill., on June 9, 1909, Smith), '40, writes that she is
the son of Mrs. Clarice Epperson active in the AAUW. She is taking
Gabel and the late Otto Gabel. He
received his master's degree at the Parade of Royalty
University of Illinois in 1939 and
his Ph.D. degree at Syracuse Uni- Nine former Homecoming queens are presented at intermission of
versity in 1955. From 1929 to the 1956 dance. They are, from left, with the year they were queen in
1931, he taught the elementary parenthesis, Earlene Petty (Mrs. Ernest Cimo), '55 (1954); Marilyn Harris
grades at Hazel Dell, Ill., and from (Mrs. Robert Lee Sinclair), '55 (1953); Marjorie Herman (Mrs. Author
1932 to 1936 taught rural educa- Hughes), '52 (l 95 l); Arlene Swearingen (Mrs. John Muthersbough), '48
tion courses at Montrose, Ill: He (1947); Martha Tym (Mrs. Donald M. Johnson), '47 (1946); Thelma White-
went to Oswego State in Septem- leather (Mrs. George Briggs), '45 (1944); Geneva Weidner (Mrs. Robert
ber 1945. H. Jenne), '44 (1943); Marjorie Thomas (Mrs. Jerry Heath), '44 (1942);
Jewell Emmerich (Mrs. Jack Bauman), '43 (1941).
Garland B. Bryan, '39, is still on
active duty with the U.S. Navy. He PAGE NINETEEN
is assigned as an instructor at the
U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis,
Md. Mrs. Bryan is the former Vir-
ginia Bubeck, '41.

Maytel Marie Harris, '39, is now
teaching at the Sullivan High
School. She spent the past summer
traveling in twelve European coun-
tries.

Louis Voris, '39, is superintend-

ent of the Neoga Community

School. Mrs. Voris (Agnes Worland,
'39), is teaching English. They have
four children, Steve, l O; Jim, 8;
Valerie, 7; and Franklin, 3.

Lorie 0. Watts, '39, may now be

canal and received the Navy Cross. A Family Affair
Harry was 38 years old. Mrs.
Wood and children, William, 12, Diane Skidmore, age six, left, puts a new shoulder board on her
and Harriet, 7, live at 1111 East father, Commander Howard H. Skidmore, ex-'42, as his wife, the former
Main, Olney, Ill. Miss Lois Waage of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., adjusts the other. Commander
Skidmore was elevated from the rank of Lt. Commander in August, 1956.
Martha June Jack (Mrs. Robert . He is attached to the · U. S. Naval Photographic Interpretation Center,
Hobbs), '40, is sales agent for
United Travel Service at Decatur, Washington, D. C.
Ill.
Orville M. Rice, '42, is now Betty Jean Gerard (Mrs. Charles
John 0. Pier, '40, is superintend- teaching mathematics at Central Farris), '42, has five children, Dana,
ent of the Venice, Ill., Community State College, Stevens Point, Wis . 9; Sheila, 8; Merwyn, 3; Marilyn,
School. Mrs. Rice is the former Marjorie 2; and Stanley, l. Her address is
Blackburn, '42. The Rice address · 612 N. 5th St., Charleston, Ill .
Gerald Gale Mieure, '40, is em- is Route 3, Box 271 C, Stevens
ployed as administrative assistant Point, Wis. Eugenia Marie Allison, '42, is
of the Illinois National Guard Bat- teaching the fourth grade in Fair-
talion at Sullivan, Ill. His address Dean A. Arnold, '42, is teaching field Grade School for the eleventh
is 402 E. Louis St., Sullivan. history at Colorado State College year. Her address is 206 S. E. 3rd,
of Etjucation, Greeley. Fairfield, Ill.
James W. Coleman, '40, is teach-
ing industrial arts at the Villa Jane Plunkett, '42, has moved Mary Kelly (Mrs. Gordon 0.
Grove High School. He has a to 1425 North Ave., Apt. 307, Brown), '42, ·may be addressed at
daughter, Mary Jane, born Sep- Waukegan, Ill. R. R. 3, Areola, Ill.
tember 11, 1955. His address is
· 12 S. Pine St., Villa Gro~e, Ill. Thelma B. Drayton (Mrs. Frank Ross Stephenson, '43, of South
Fleming), '42, may now be addres- Bend, Ind., writes that their fourth
Harold D. Mieure, '40, is super- sed as follows: 47th Light Bomb child, Mary Frances, was born July
visor of vocational education at the Wing, A.P.O. 22, c/ o Postmaster, 12, 1956. Mrs . Stephenson is the
Robinson High School. His address New York, N. Y. former Jane Setliffe, ex-'44 . They
is 305 E. Plum, Robinson, Ill. have three other children, Norma
Jim Phipps, '42, is teaching at Jane, Martha, and John .
Dale Vaughn, '40, has moved to Niles Township High School, Sko-
240 Grandview Dr., Winston- kie, Ill. He has two daughters, ages, Ada Caroline Crane (Mrs. Melvin
Salem, N. C. 7 and 2. E. Heiler), '43, writes that their
family circle now numbers four
Erlynne Cruthis (Mrs. Norwood Rosemary Lewis (Mrs. Theodore since a baby son, Gregg, joined
D. Saathoff), '40, may be addressed Mcfarlin), '42, is teaching the first them in June. The Heiler address
at 617 E. Main St., Hoopeston, Ill. grade at Hillsboro for the tenth is 643 W. Third, Britt, la .
year. She has one son, Charles, 7.
Roberta Jane Finley (Mrs . Her- Emma Jane Craig (Mrs. Charles
schel J. McPheron), '40, is a house- Wendell A. Blair, '42, of Paris, E. Lindley), '43, writes that they are
wife. Her address is Rural Route, Ill., writes: "This past summer we parents of a son, Todd Phillip,
Williamsville, Ill. traveled through the Pacific North- born June 13, 1956. They have a
west and visited areas where I son, Craig, 4. The Lindley address
Paul E. Wright, '41, writes that served during World War II."
their third child, a girl, arrived in
May. He is chief of the Inspection-
Classification Division, 8th Civil
Service Region, Dallas, Tex . Mrs.
Wright is the former Mary Grissom,
'41. The Wright address is 639
Ridgedale Dr., Richardson, Tex.

Ruth Marie Heinzmann, '41, has
moved to 2560 Ribier Way, Rancho
Cordova, ·Calif.

Carolyn Kilgore (Mrs. Harry L.
Hazen), '41, of 3066 Scarborough
Rd., Cleveland Heights ·18, Ohio
writes: "Elizabeth Tait Hazen ar-
rived on October 25, 1956. Her
brother and sister, as well as her
parents are delighted."

Emily Witt (Mrs. E. H. McKel-
fresh), '41, writes that they have
moved from Pennsylvania to Mar-
tinsville, Ind. They have a daugh-
ter, Wendy, 8, and a son, Greg, 4.

Elsie Jane Becker (Mrs. Dick-
man), '42, may be addressed at
Herscher, Ill.

PAGE TWENTY

is 206 W. Illinois St., Oblong, Ill. W. Smith), '46, may now be ad- Her address is Box 113, Tower Hill,
Mary Elizabeth Dowell (Mrs.
dressed at 334 S. Winter St., Pax- Ill.
James E, Stewart), '43, has com-
pleted requirements for the M.A. ton, Ill. E. Charles Sullivan, '47, writes
degree at New York University.
Her address is 2730 N. Shelly Rd., Elizabeth Van Meter (Mrs. Ver- that he is principal and athletic di-
N. Bellmore, N. Y. rector of the high school of com-
non C. Cox), '46, writes: "We were munity unit 375, _El Paso. The. Sul-
Ida Louise Teagarden (Mrs. Wil- livan address is.:- 403 East 1st, El
liam F. McConnell), '43, writes: "I transferred to Birmingham from Paso, Ill.
am teaching two adult homemak-
ing classes. This is a new program New Orleans last spring. We had George J. Clementson, '47, may
for the Americans in Weisbaden, now be addressed at 4207 Alton
Germany." Her address is Hq. previously spent a year in Mobile."
USAFE, DCS, Intelligence IAT, APO
633, New York, N. Y. The Cox address is 4720 Terrace

Jewell Emmerich (Mrs. Jack Bau- M. Ens., Birmingham 8, Ala. .
man), '43, of Newton, Ill., writes
that they have a son, 1V2, and a Tharl R. Fisher, '47, has moved Rd ., Louisville 7, Ky .
daughter, 5.
to 405 S. Mitchell, Bloomington, Rolla Foley, '47, may now be ad-
Dale W. Johnson, '43, writes: "I
underwent surgery this summer Ind. dressed at 540 W. 127th St., New
and am back at work again. I am
now secretary-treasurer of Rance, Bertha Myers Wright (Mrs. G. E. York 27, N. Y.
Inc., a building firm of Kensington, Wright), '47, writes that her hus- Harold Carson Catey, '48, has
Conn." band recently passed the Arizona
bar examination and is now an at- moved to 8437 South Kilbourn
Dario A. Covi, '43, is an instruct- torney. He was made trust officer Ave., Chicago 29, Ill.
or in fine arts at the University of at the Valley National Bank. They
Louisville. His address is the Uni- have a daughter, Cindy, born Feb. Ruth Longbons (Mrs. Edd Keen),
versity of Louisville, Louisville, Ky. 29, 1956. '48, of 325 S. Locust, Denver 20,
Colo., writes that they have two
Elizabeth Jane Lionberger (Mrs. Edward Dean Wilson, '47, has sons, Danny, 4, and Jeffrey, 2.
Allen L. Monts), '43, may be ad- moved from llliopolis, Ill., to 630
dressed at 3804 Brems St., San N. 12th St., DeKalb, Ill. Dorothy Rowena Hoy (Mrs.
Diego, Calif. George Muir), '48, of Hammond,
William "Bill" Wise, '42, '47, and Ind., writes that they have a daugh-
John H. Cole, '43, is supervisor Mrs. Wise (Dorothy J. Hensen, '42), ter, Muriel Kathleen, born April 1,
of tire testing with the Dunlap Tire write that they are looking for- 1956. Their boy, Craig Cameron,
and Rubber Corp., Buffalo, N. Y. ward to having visitors in their new will start to kindergarten in Febru-
home . Their address is 7805 ary.
Betty Lewis (Mrs. H. L. Ebe), '44, Lowell, Skokie, Ill.
may now be addressed at 573 W. Ralph White, '48, is now princi-
Cook Rd., Mansfield, 0. pal of Neoga High School.

Joseph Leon Strader, '44, is Dick Handwerk, '48, is office
schedule supervisor of WBBM-TV,
Chicago. His address is 2120 N. Bertha Eileen Mathias, ' 4 7 , manager and _accountant for a
pringfield Ave., Chicago, Ill.
writes: "I have returned to the pub- building construction firm. He has
Philip W. Smith, Ex-'44, writes:
"I am still flying with the airline, 1ic schools of Illinois (Pana High a daughter, Karen, two years old.
t present, I'm on a night turn-
School) after two years on the fa- The Handwerk address is 636.
a r o u n d flight, Miami-Chicago-
culty of Miami University of Ohio." Yucatan Dr., Orlando, Fla.
iami.
-- - - - - - - - - -
Norma Rose Finkbiner (Mrs.
ames Miller), '44, writes: "I want Fayette County Meeting

send my children's names and Officers of the Fayette County Eastern State Club and Eastern
irthdays for the record. Jo Anne, president Quincy Doudna, second from left, discuss sch?larship plans
rn Feb. 1949; Janet Louise, born at the November 27 meeting of the group in Vandalia .
ec. 1952; Joyce Annette, born
an . 1955; and, William James, Officers re-elected for the coming year are, from left; Joyce Hunter,
rn June 1956;" The Miller ad- '55, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Francis ,Brock-Jones, ex-'35, president; and
ress is R. R. 1, lndianola, Ill. Nancy Gray, '53, vice-president.

Jay L. Logue, '44, of Wood River,
I., writes that he will enter the
niversity of Missouri in February

three semesters of residence
aduate work toward a doctorate.
Virginia A. Combs (Mrs . James

PAGE TWENTY-ONE

House Decoration Winner Ernest R. Cole, '50; has moved
3161/2 E. Penn, Hoopeston, Ill.

Coralie Wetherell, '50,

moved to 525 S. Grand, East, A

10, Springfield, Ill.

Milt Schonebaum, '50, of Ca

linville, Ill., received a master's d

gree at t·he University of Illinois i

• June 1956.

Paul 0. Grismer, '50, has a ne

home at 1715 Parkhaven Dr.

Champaign, Ill.

Bob Winkleblack, '50, is direct

of guidance and history instruct

at Mattoon Junior High School.

Bernita Shann (Mrs. Russell Mc

Lerran, Jr.), '50, writes that the

now have three daughters, Debra

5, Brenda, 3, and Sandra, 1112. Sh

is teaching at Noble High School

this year.

Harold A. Van Deest, '50, has a

new daughter, Lee Swyter, born

May 9, 1956. His address is 22972
First place winner in the class "A" house decorations at the 42nd Clairwood, St. Clair Shores, Mich.
Homecom ing at Eastern was Sigma Pi's "Howdy" to President Doudna.
Betty Kirkham (Mrs. Harry Bow-

· - · - - - - - · - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - land), '50, writes that they have a

Don Davisson, '48, M.S., '54, School. His address is 164 l N. son , Drew, born April 7, 1956.

writes that they have a boy, Eric Lotus, Chicago 39, Ill. They have a daughter, · Debbie, 3

Craig, born Oct. 26, 1956. The Gerald D. Holley, '49, of Alta- years old . Her address is 1153
Davisson address is 109 Gaylord mont, Ill., writes that he has a Madison, Denver 6, Colo.
Dr., Collinsville, Ill. daughter, Teresa Ann, born June
19, 1956. Betty Mae Frew (Mrs. Edward
Harold A. Miller, '48, is super- Crona), '50, writes: "Both my hus-
intendent of Argenta community Jeanne Ashby (Mrs . Ben Hall), band and I received our Master of
unit school, district 1. His address '49, writes that they have been Arts degree at Greeley, Colo., this
is Argenta , Ill . transferred to Chicago. She has a past summer. He m·ajored in Eng-
daughter, Jana, 14 months old. 1ish and I majored in physical edu-
Al Perfetti, '48, has moved to The Hall address is 4 Hillcrest, cation." The Crona address is 521
Miami and he is teaching in North Elgin, Ill. Adams St., Monte Vista, Colo.
Miami. He lives at 941 NE 155th
St., North Miami Beach, Fla. Edgar W. Sellers, '49, received a Marcella Sullivan, '50, is teach-
master's degree from the Univer- ing second grade at the Thomas
Robert M. Decker, '48, M. S., '55, sity of Illinois in August 1956. He Edison school in Kankakee. Her
of Kansas, Ill., has a son, Michael has two sons, Dennis, 2, and Gary, address is 394 S. Harrison, Kan·
Alan, born Aug . 12, 1956. Mrs. 7 months. His address is 617 Tal- kakee, Ill.
Decker is the former, Peggy Gharst, cott Rd ., Park Ridge, Ill.
'50. George L. Bailey, '50, is head
Marguerite Rhodes (Mrs . James band director at the Princess Anne
David R. Winnett, '49, writes Gindler), '49, of Downers Grove, High School, Lynnhaven, Va. The
that he is still selling farm machin- Ill ., writes that they have a baby Bailey address is 4504 Trestman
ery. His address is 515 Maple, Jer- boy, William Paul, born Sept. 29, Ave ., Norfolk, Va.
seyville, Ill . · 1956.
Betty Nixon (Mrs. Edward W.
Jack 0. Williams, '49, is now Myra Jean Richards (Mrs. Frank Schwarz), '50, writes that she has
teaching diversified occupations Moody), '48, may now be addres- quit working and is now a house-
Springfield . His address is 824 sed at R. R. l, Charleston, Ill. wife. The Schwarz address is 1457
South English, Springfield, Ill. North Third, Springfield, Ill.
Carl Cohoon, '49, has accepted
Shirley Jones (Mrs. Walter T. a position as educational consultant James M. Rominger, '50, is
Mellinger), '49, writes: "Twins to the board of education, Lisle, Ill. working on a Ph.D. degree at the
were born August 23, 1956. . We In 1957 he will become principal University of Illinois.

named them Dean Lee and Jean of the new high school. The Co- Nelson Grote, '50, is state super·

Ann . Peggy Jo is now 3 years old ." hoon address is 4505 Dorsett St., visor of industrial arts for the State

The Mellinger address is R. R. 19, Lisle, Ill. Department of Education in Ken-

Box 332, Indianapolis, Ind. Donald Phillips Harrison, '50, tucky. His address is 126 Oaklawn

Art Glad, '49, is teaching and may be addressed at Stewardson, Dr., Frankfort, Ky.

coaching_ at Elmwood Park High Ill. George E. Giffin, '50, is begin·

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ning the practice of medicine at Reception Line
Princeton . His address is 927 S.
Euclid, Princeton, Ill.

Hans Olsen, '50, is working on

an Ed.D. degree at the University
of Illinois. The Olsens (Mary Horn-
brook, '52) live at K-49-C Stadium
Terrace, Champaign, Ill.

Olen Hardy Price, '50, is a pilot
for Eastern Air Lines. His address is

67 Seawayne Rd., East Rockaway,
N. Y.

Donald I. Griffin, '50, is sales
representative for the Phill ips

Petroleum Company in Gary, Ind.

Mrs. Griffin is the former Marjorie ·

Ingram, '43.

Jesse H. Hallowell, '50, of Park

Forest, Ill., has two children, Van, President and Mrs. Quincy Doudna, center, prepare to meet the

age 3, and Sue, age 2. Eastern faculty at a reception October 3 in Pemberton Hall. Others in

William "Bill" Thiel, '50, has the receiving line are Dean and Mrs. Hobart F. Heller, at left, and Mr.
been appointed to the National
AAU Volleyball Commission. He and Mrs. Alex Summers, '36, of Mattoon . Mr. Summers is the area
is supervisor of municipal recrea- member of the Teachers College Board . Also in 'the receiving line but
tion at Skokie. His address is 4701 not shown are Dean and Mrs. Rudolph D. Anfinson .

S. Oakton, Skokie, Ill. - - - - - - - -----

Joanne Waddell (Mrs. Gene W. Cositas Ave., Pasadena, Calif. Harry Zimmack, '5 l, received

Gsell), '5 l, has moved to 85 Fenno Harold Hankins, '51, and Donn.a the Ph.D. degree from Iowa State

Rd ., Bettendorf, la. Sue Hankins, '52, have a daughter, College in August 1956. He has a

Jack Dean Winkleblack, '51, may Carol Sue, born Sept. 24, 1956. daughter, Cinda Lou , born August

now be addressed at 856 E. 9th This is their first child. The Han- 14, 1956. The Zimmack address is

St., P. 0. Box 1433, Erie, Penn. kins address is 101 E. Adams, 202 Park Dr., R. R. 2, Richmond,
KY:
Henry Stepping, '51, of Peoria, O'Fallon, Ill.

Ill., has a new daughter, Susan Kay, Shirley Fisher (Mrs . Peter Evans, Don Glover, '51, is working for

born Oct. 12, 1956. Jr.), '5 l, writes that they have a the Gibbs Shipbuilding Corpora-

Donald H. Fraembs, '51, was baby girl, Emilie, born in the spring tion at Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. Glov-
married in Nov . 1955 to Dorothy of 1956. They have a son, Peter 111. er is the former, Jean Marie Petter,
Gehres of Clarendon Hills, Ill., and Her address is 4734 Homer, Apt. '49. They have a son, Timothy Pot-
Merrifield, Minn. He is working as G, Dallas 4, Tex.
ter, born Sept. 14, 1956. The Glov-

an engineer for the Aircraft Nu- Gerald Vincent Moore, '51, may er address is 5931 Redberry Lane,

clear Propulsion Department of now be addressed at 139 Bran- Jacksonville 11, Fla.

General Electric. The Fraembs ad- nockburn, Toronto, Ontario, Can- Lowell E. Anderson, '51, writes

dress is 22 Andover Rd., Green- ada . that he is employed as a claims

hills, Cincinnati 18, 0. James E. Grennan, '51, has agent for the New York Central

William F. Foss, '51, may now be moved to 110 E. Chapin St., P. 0. Railroad . His address is 2727 S.
addressed at Box 194, Lexington Box 226, Morris, Ill. Moreland Ave. , Indianapolis 21 ,
Park, Md. Ind .
J ames A. Dukes, '51, writes that
Dorothy Harriet Graham ( Mrs. he received the master's degree Neva Esther Mills, '51, may now
Ray Coffenberry), '40, '51, may be from Ohio University in 1955. His be addressed at 1721 Oak Ave.,
addressed at Glide, Ore. address is Maywood Park, Chester- Manhattan Beach, Calif.
land, 0.
Don Bone, '51, is a superintend- Donald Rothschild, Jr., '51, may
ent of schools and coach in Colo- Valeta Metcalf (Mrs. Robert C. now be addressed at 1201 Nancy,
rado. His address is 2030 N. Main, Wright), '51, was married -on June Bloom ington, Ind .
Pueblo; Colo. 12, 1956. Her address is 3644 W.
104th St., lnglewood, Cal if. James Joseph Bloomfield, '51 ,
William L. Raley, '51, is working has moved to 5769 A. Theodore,
for Convair in San Diego. His ad- Gerald Newlin, '5 l, is serving St. Louis 20, Mo.
with the U. S. Air Force. Lt. New-
dress is 1520 Myrtle Ave. , San lin's address is 509 Louise Ave., Billie Swick (Mrs. Fred D. Baier),
Diego, Calif.
Xenia, 0. '51, is now at 4343 Montecello St.,

Dorothy Vickers (Mrs. Charles Lois Guthrie, '51, is assistant · Chicago, Ill.

Cumby), '5 l, is teaching mathemat- professor of business education at Donald L. Swa_ngo, '51, is em-

ics at Foshay Junior High School Ball State Teachers College, Mun- ployed by the Phillips Petroleum

in Los Angeles. Her address is 1771 cie, Ind. Company. His engagement to Mis~

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Carol J. Gregory, a senior at East- Opal Naab, '52, of Mattoon, Ill. , assignment with General
ern, was announced recently. His writes: "I received my Master's in in December."
address is 3434 Mendota Dr., Madi- Education from the University of
son, Wis. Illinois in June 1956." Barbara Christman, '52, was r
cently married to Ralph A. Shaw
Glenn V. Mobley, Jr., '51, writes: Marilyn Newlin (Mrs. John For- The Shaw address is 17-7 Ross-A
"I am stationed at ltami Air Base tier), '52, writes that they have a Dr., W. Lafayette, Ind.
close to Osaka, Japan and am new daughter, Lisa Annette, born
working as a clerk in the engine Oct. 20, 1956. They have a boy, Richard E. Allison, '52, writ
conditioning school. I will be leav- Mark Allen, age 2. Her address is that he is working in the speech
ing for the United States in Janu- 3163 Stevely Ave ., Long Beach 8, and hearing clinic at the University
ary 1957." His address is HQ Sq . Cal if. of Ind iana while working on 11
Sec., 67th ABGp ., APO 703, San maste r's degree.
Francisco, Calif. Justin lsert, '52, is a medical stu-
dent at Marquette University. His Richard C. Lading, '52, has
Marjorie Herman, '52, was mar- address is 740 N. 15th St., Mil- moved to .703 S. Lincoln, Spring-
ried to Author E. Hughes, Jr., '51, waukee, Wis. field, Ill .
on August 21 , 1956 at Olney, Ill.
Mr. Hughes is teaching in the busi- M. Melvin Hough, '52, writes J. E. "Gene" Shoulders, '52, is
ness education department at East- that he was married in June 1956. superintendent of the Bridgeport
ern. Mrs. Hughes teaches at Cum- His address is Sumner, Ill. pub Iic schools.
berland High School. The Hughes
live at 900 7th St., Charleston, ill. Jeanette Morford (Mrs. Tom Kat- Lynn: Swango, '52, may be ad-
simpal is), '52, of Clinton, Ill., dressed at 5806 Madison Ave., Bar-
Dorothy Schwartz (Mrs. Harry writes that they have another son, tonville, Ill.
Kemper), '52, writes: "We are liv- Chris Matthew, born Dec. 6, 1955.
ing in Urbana while Harry finishes They have a son, Tommy, age 4. Andrew J. Cain, '52, is now at
school. I am teaching in the Urbana 607 N. 2nd ., Carmi, Ill.
Public Schools." The Kemper ad- Donald R. Montgomery, '52,
dress is 911 W. High, Apt. 5, Ur- writes that they have two children, Libby Cochran (Mrs. Robert Mil-
bana, Ill. ages 2 and 4. His address is 14721 ler), '52, has· a son, Roger Ward,
Costa Mesa Dr., La Mirada, Calif. born on Sept. 9, 1956. Her address
Glen W. Temple, '52, is now at is R. R. 4, Decatur, Ill .
511 W. Virginia, Effingham, Ill. James G. Kehias, '52, writes:
"We have a new daughter, Melissa Robert W. Shoemaker, '25, died
Wilma Jean Yost (Mrs. Norris Ann, born Oct. 5, 1956. I will be in Chicago in November, 1956. He
Stauffer), '52, has a daught.e r, transferred to Appliance Park, taught for a few years after grad-
Diane Denise, born Sept. 1, 1956. Louisville, Ky., for a union relations uation from Eastern in the Hum-
Her address is 3206 Harrison St., boldt, Ill ., High School, but for
Qu incy, Ill. the past 25 years had been in per-
sonnel work for the Roberts and
D. A. Winkler, '52, and Lois
Winkler, '54, write: "Wink is teach- The Silent Sphinx
ing high school mathematics and
coaching grade school. Lois is Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity place· their prize-winning
teaching home economics." Their float, "The Silent Sphinx," in position for the 1956 Homecoming parade.
address is Box 274, Dieterich, Ill. The float was awarded first place in Class A Division . Second and third
places in the Class A Division were won by Sigma Pi and Delta Zeta,
Rebert G. Flick, '52, has a son, respectively.
Guy Carter, born May 14, 1956.
He writes: "I accepted a position
as instructor of English at Jack-
sonville University in September."
His address is 2247 Lagustrum Rd.,
Jacksonville 11, Fla.

Jacqueline Cravener, '52, receiv-
ed the M. A. degree from North-
western in Aug . 1956. She is teach-
ing grade 4 in the Morton School
in Pueblo, Colo. Her address is 504
Colorado Ave. Pueblo, Colo.

Howard Emmett Sheffield, '52,
may now be addressed at 555
West Montebello, Phoenix, Ariz.

Raymond L. Biggs, '52, is now at
210 W. Lamotte St. Palestine, Ill.

Annette Hollingsworth T o I ly
(Mrs. Ralph Buesking), '52, ha.s
moved to 714 5th St., Hoopeston,
Ill..

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Oake Packing Company of Chi- Jack D. Adams, '53, is assistant Leonard Van Rheeden on Aug. 12,
cago. manager of the Fred Harvey Res- 1956. Her address is 200 S. Chest-
tuarant in Union Station, St. Louis, nut St., St. Elmo, · Ill.
Louella Johnson (Mrs. Vernon Mo.
Lamb), '53, has a daughter, Mari- Phyllis McDermith (Mrs . Robert
lyn Marlene, born on November James F. Brubeck, '53, is instruc- McAfee), '54, writes: "Husband is
5, 1956. The Lamb address is 1006 tor of business education at Illinois a United Airlines co-pilot. We have
W. Vine, Taylorville, Ill. State Normal University. The Bru- three daughters ." Her address is
beck address is 904 N. Fell Ave., 2831 Poplar St., Denver, Colo.
Howard Evan Pilson, '53, has Normal, Ill.
moved to 3203 S. Clarence, Ber- Betty Newlin, '54, writes that
wyn, Ill. Maruice Hemphill, '54, who has she was married to Archie R. Linn
been in the Army in Schweinfurt, on July 2, 1956, in Chicago. The
Nadine Sperandio, '53, was mar- Germany may now be addressed Linn address is 903 Cookane Ave.,
ried to Don Brumleve on August at Bunker Hill, Ill. Elgin, Ill.
4, 1956. They live at 5446 Berteau,
Chicago. Charles Wayne Cole, '54, is Harold L. Fuller, '54, writes that
working on a master's degree at he transferred from the -Grace
George Mellott, '53, writes that Eastern. He writes that they have Theological Seminary to Western
he is assigned to Bryan Air Force an addition to the family, Steven Baptist Theological Seminary, Port-
Base, Texas as a jet flying instruct- Wayne, now 4 months old. His ad- land, Ore., to finish his last year
or. Lt. Mellott's address is Box 551, dress is 819 W. Lincoln St., Char- of study. His address is 5511 S. E.
Bryan AFB, Texas. leston, Ill. Hawthorne, Portland, Ore.

Norma Thomas, '53, was married Roy Eugene Shake, '54, of Mon- Charles W. Edgington, ' 5 4 ,
to Gary Drummond. The Drum- ticello, Ill., received the M. S. de- writes: "I am teaching and coach-
mond address is 5014 Glen Elm gree in botany from the University ing here in Chatsworth. Just got
Dr., Peoria, Ill. of Wisconsin in June 1956. out of the army after 2 years."

Lou Ann Kneller (Mrs. Clete Hin- Tom Lackey, '54, has been re- Dale A. Level, Jr., '54, received
ton), '53, writes that they have two leased from the army and is teach- the M. S. degree from Purdue in
children, Steven, 2V2, and Susan, ing at Villa Grove, Ill. June 1956. He was married to June
1. The Hintons live at 1750 N. Saine (Ft. Pierce, Fla.-University of
35th, Decatur, Ill. Florida grad, '55) on August l,
1956 in Ft. Pierce. The Level ad-
Vivian Parker, '53, writes that Rose Mary Grant (Mrs . Stanley dress is Bldg. 23, Apt. 5, Ross-Ade
she was married to Walter A. Stavropoulos), '54, has a daughter Dr., W. Lafayette, Ind.
Kelly on July 1, 1955. Her address Rebecca Ann, born March 9, 1956.
is Fry's Trailer Court, Shelbyville, Her address is 8142 S. Langley, Lorene Sacre (Mrs. David H. Saw-
Ill. Chicago 19, Ill. yer), '54, writes: "David, '55, was
discharged from the Army in Au-
John R. Simmons, '53, has a son, Samuel J. Taber, '54, writes that gust 1956, and is teaching at
Martin Bruce, born July 9, 1956. he was released from the army in Wyoming High School, Wyoming,
They have a boy, Freddy, 2V2. The August 1956 and is now teaching. Ill." The Sawyer address is Box
Simmons address is 8 Templeton His address is 221 S. Broad, Hills- 112, Williamsfield, Ill.
Ave., Girard, Penn . boro, Ill.
Richard Lee Wilkinson, '54, is
Carol F. Pullen, '53, is working Ronald Ealy, Ex-'54, may now be serving in the Air Force. His ad-
toward a master's degree in phy- addressed at Hq . Hq. Co., 34th lnf. dress is 315V2 North Madison St.,
sical education at the University Regt., APO 24, C/ O Postmaster, Enid, Okla .
of Illinois. San Francisco, Calif.
Walter Richards, Jr., '54, is serv-
Margery Steele (Mrs . Robert W. Royce Maxfield, '54, writes that ing in the Air Force. His address is
Davenport), '53, of Shelbyville, Ill., he is attending Kirksville College 3362 Sturon, Box 600, Unit Mail
writes: "I finished the master's de- of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. His Room 2, Chanute AFB, Ill.
gree in education in June at the address is 502 S. Franklin, Kirks-
University of Illinois. Bob, '54, is ville, Mo. Mary Beth Hoffman, ex-'54, was
working on a master's degree after married to Culver B. Slocum on
June 17, 1956. The Slocum address
being released from the Army in Marian Rose Henn (Mrs. Karl is Mahomet, Ill.

September." Yontz, Jr .), '54, writes: "We have Donald Lee McKee, '54, and Mrs.
McKee (Gail Easley, '55), have
Ray Tipsword, '53, has a son, · a son, Karl Yontz, Jr., born Dec. 26, moved to 507 North 8th St., Peters-
Stephen Ray, born March 20, 1956. 1955. I am doing substitute work burg, Ill.
He and Mrs. Tipsword (Betty Sey- in the Paris schools." The address
bert, '52) live at 805 B. S. Marion is R. R. 1, Paris, Ill. Midge Seaman (Mrs. Stan Wal -
lace), '54, writes that they are still
St., Carbonqale, Ill. Dolores Carpenter· (Mrs. Gene in the army. The Wallace address
is 359 Sheryl Ave., Fort Eustis, Va .
Jerry Cavanaugh, '53, has a McDivitt), '54, writes: My husband,
daughter, Diane, born Aug. 4, Raymond L. Fischer, '54, and
1956. He is principal of the Comp- Gene, '55, is serving in the Army Carolyn Anne Miller, '55, were
ton school of the Mendota school stationed at Ft. Lee, Va." The Mc- married on November 16, 1956 in
district. The Cavanaugh address is Divitt address is Co. B., 1sf Bn.,
QMSR, Ft. Lee, Va. PAGE TWENTY-FIVE

Compton, Ill. Carol Volle, '54, was married to

the First Methodist Church at Mat- Hq. Co., 1st Bn ., 16th lnf. Reg ., Ft. Edmond H. Potter, '56, is work-
toon, Ill. Mrs. Fischer is teaching Riley, Kan . ing on vitamin and antibiotic assays
in the English department at the as a chemist with Eli Lilly and Co.,
Mattoon High School. Mr . Fischer Doris Geary, '55, is employed as Indianapolis. He is a member of
is speech and dramatics teacher in an executive secretary for the Kem- the microbiological testing section
the same school. The Fischer ad- per Insurance Company of Chi- of the biological control depart-
d ress is 2920 Western Ave ., Mat- cago. Her address is 815 W. Leland ment.
toon, Ill. Ave ., Chicago 40, Ill.
Nancy Jean Davis, '56, writes:
C. T. Hashbarger, '54, writes: "I Doncvan L. Swann, '55, has re- " Richard Lawless (Illinois '54) and
am now a!::signed to an Attack cently been assigned to the 9577th I were married on August 26,
Squadron (VA 125) and we are fly- Technical Unit at White Sands 1956." Her address is Villa Grove,
ing AD Skyraiders." Ensign Hash- Proving Ground, N. M. He entered Ill.
barger may be addressed at VA the Army in April 1956 and com-
125, NAS Miramar, San Diego 45, pleted basic training at Fort A. R. Shelley, '56, writes that he
Cal if. Leonard Wood, Mo. He was em- has a daughter, Julie Ann, born
ployed by Garwood Ind ., Inc. in June 1, 1956. His address is 505
Thomas W. Timmis, '55, has a Mattoon before entering the ser- Woodlawn, Mattoon , Ill.
daughter, Jill, born May 30, 1956. vice.
He lives at 712 N. 13th St., Mat- Rex R. Mc:Kittrick, '56, is a grad·
toon, Ill. H. E. "Pete" Krainock, '55 , writes uate assistant in the business edu-
that he has given up coaching to cation department at Ball State,
Phillis A. Miller (Mrs. Ralph accept a position as commandant Muncie, Ind . His address is 107 N.
Haas), '55, has a daughter, Gail of cadets of the lower school at Dill St., Muncie.
Ann, born Oct. 28, 1956. The Haas Morgan Park Military Academy .
address is Sidell, Ill. Wyette C. Kraucunas, '56, is an
Victor rt Landers, '55, was mar- instructor of industrial arts in In-
Elaine Myers (Mrs . Ernest W. dianapolis, Ind . His address is 632
Minson), '55, has a son, Jeffrey ried to Betty Jane Williamson on N. Gladstone Ave., Indianapolis.
Wayne, born Oct. 3, 1956. The June 10, 1956. His address is
Minson address i:; 7703 East ~9 t h Pl easa nt Hill, Ill. . Rebert Eugene Miller, '56, was
St., Tulsa, Ill. married to Joan Greer in June
Martha Wylie, '55, writes that 1956. Mrs. Miller is the daughter
Jane Wigginton (Mrs. Richard she was married to Oscar Weil in of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Greer of
Taylor), '55, has a son, Mark Brad- March 1956. The Weil address is Brownstown and is a graduate of
ley, born April 24, 1956. Mr. Tay- 333 Oak Dr., East Alton, Ill. Brownstown High School, class of
lor attended Eastern in 1951-52. '55 . The Miller address is Browns-
The address is R. R. 2, Oakland, Ill. Donna Richison, '55, was mar- town, Ill.
ried to Russell Lundstrom in Au-
Carroll W. Dukes, '55, writes gust 1956. He is attending Eastern
that he is continuing his legal edu- and she is teaching grade 4 at
cation at Dickinson School of Law, Hawthorne School in Mattoon . The
Carlisle, Pa . Lundstrom address is 875 7th St.,
Charleston, 111.
Wilma Briggs, '55, received her
M. A. degree from Northwestern Herbert E. Carlyle, '56, reports
University in June 1956. She is an that he is associated with Vern
instructor of English at Wheaton Baker, '26, in the furniture and dec-
College. Her address is 601 Col- orating business in Charleston. His
lege Ave., Wheaton, Ill. address is R. R. 2, Mattoon , Ill.

Max K. Dye, '55, writes: "I am Sandra Pinkstaff, '56, writes:
serving my time in the service " I'm a speech correctionist here in
aboa rd ship in the San Diego bay. three elementary schools." Her ad-
I am supposed to go to Japan in dress is 423 S. McClellan, Decatur,
the spring." His address is 1043 Ill.
"E" Ave. , National City, Calif.
Carolyn McDowell, '56, has a
Jane Wigginton (Mrs . Dick Tay- daughter, Jan Kathleen, born on
lor), '55, is the mother of Mark September 6, 1956. The McDowells
Bradley, born April 24, 1956. The live at 2339 South Bundy Dr., Los
Taylors live in Oakland, Ill. Angeles 64, Calif.

Doyle E. Kopp, M. S., '56, is en- Frank Lipowsky, '56, is with the
rolled in the school of social wel- U. S. Army in Arizona. His address
fare at Florida State University. is 73rd Signal Co., E. W. 4, 73 Bn .,
He is in the graduate program in Fort Huachuaca, Ar·iz.
social work.
The ALUMNUS regrets that it has been impossible, for space rea-
Donald E. Alton, '55, may now sons, to use all the hundreds of interesting news items received this fall.
be addressed at 1209 W. Univer- We will try to print the remainder in the March issue. We, of the Alumni
sity, Apt. 6, Urbana, Ill. Office, greatly appreciate the support you have been giving us in the
matter of news items. Keep them coming.
William B. Reid, '55, is servjng
in the U. S. Army . His address is

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