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Eastern Alumnus Vol. 10 No. 4 (March 1957)

Eastern Illinois State College alumni newsletter magazine

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The Eastern Alumnus Alumni Clubs

Published in June, September, December and March by Eastern Illinois Set Meetings
State College, Charleston, Illinois
Eastern State Club spring
VOLUME X MARCH, 1957 NUMBER 4 meetings are being planned for
Champaign, Macon , Fayette,
Entered May 14, 1947 as second class matter, at the post office at Sangamon, and Lawrence Coun-
Charleston, Illinois, under authority of the act of Congress, August 24, ties.
1912. Yearly subscription rate $2.00; two years $2.75; three years $3 .50.
Definite dates have already
Editorial Staff been set in some instances. The
Macon County Club will meet
A. M. RUYLE, K. E. HESLER at the YMCA in Decatur on
April 24. President Quincy
Editorial Board Doudna will be the· featured
speaker. He will discuss present
Mrs. Robert Miller, '51; Hal Hubbard, '49; Hal Middlesworth, '31; and future plans for Eastern.
Elenore Moberley, '49; Louise McNutt, '35; Jack Muthersbough, '48; Dr. Macon County president is Lois
Francis Palmer; Eugene Price, '48; Jim Roberts, '46; Mrs. Russell Shrj ver, Crum .
'09; Elsie Sloan, '24; Helen Stapp, '23; Alex Summers, '36; Dr. E. H.
Taylor; Roy Wilson, '36. The Champaign County Club
will meet at the University Place
Coach Bob Carey, front row center, and his Eastern. Panthers dis- Church, 403 S. Wright St., Cham-
play their NAIA fourth-place trophy upon returning from Kansas City. paign, on April 25. The dinner
Others kneeling are Coach Rex V. Darling, left, and Trainer David will get underway at 6:30 p.m.,
Casstevens. Second . row, from left, Manager Larry Smith, Jerry Hise, and the cost is $1 .75 per per-
John Milholland, Frank Wolf, John Moomey, and Ed Wolf. Back row, son (no tax, no tips), according
Charles Session, B. J. Smith, Neil Admire, and Lloyd Ludwig . to Flossie Wiley, president of
the club. Dr. Doudna will be
Board Increases Tuition Fees; the speaker.
New Rates Effective Sept. 1957
The Fayette County Club will
Basic tuition fees at the four and the measure was passed at the meet at Vandalia on May 7. The
state teachers colleges in Illinois place of meeting and time is
were increased in action taken by suggestion of the State Budgetary not set. Mrs. Francis Brock-Jones
the state Teachers College Board is president of the club.
meeting in Chicago, March 18. Commission .
Fees were increased $20 per year The Sangamon County and
for students who are residents of Since Eastern and the other the Lawrence County Clubs have
Illinois. Fees for out-of-staite stu- not set definite dates for their
dents were increased from $150 schools under the Board are state- meetings as yet. Gwendolyn
Borah is president of the Sanga-
to $250. supported institutions, there is no mon group and Errett Warner is
The increases, for the regular president of the Lawrence Coun-
actual tuition charge for residents ty Club.
$Chool year, will become effective
in September, 1957. Comparable of Illinois. At Eastern, fees totaling Among clubs which have· al-
ncreases in the summer session ready held at least one meeting
$51 per 12-week term support ex- this school year are those of
fees will go into effect in the sum- Cook, Fayette, and Montgomery.
mer of 1958. The board estimates tra-curricular activities, provide
that the changes will bring in some Teachers College scholarships and
a300,000 to $350,000 a year in special entertainment, admit stu- (2) Illinois Military scholarships.
1dditional money.
dents to athletic contests, pay for · Student Union fees. ____ $ 9.00
The action increasing fees at the Textbook rental fee ___ 5.00
rour colleges in Charleston, De- student publications, and cover
Kalb, Macomb, and Normal, is in $14.00
eeping with general plans of book rental, registration and Stu- Total fees for the regular three-
tther state educational institutions quarter academic year at Eastern
dent Union fees . will total only $153.00.
Apparently similar action to
Fees at Eastern for each 12- raise fees is planned by the Uni-
versity of Illinois and Southern
week quarter will break-down as Illinois University.

follows: PAGE THREE

Registration --------- $26.67

Student activities l 0.33

The above fees, totaling $37 per
quarter, are chargeable against (l)

Alumnus ·Reviews Alter's Dramatic Works

By Harry Read, '50 Author
Charleston Courier
locality is the birth of a boy at the explanatory. It is a Christmas pro-
City Editor Tom Lincoln cabin . gram and perhaps will be largely
limited to a seasonal appeal. The
A collection of four dramatic, Other selections include Edgar selections take the reader or listen-
educational presentations written Lee Masters' "Ann Rutledge," "O er through the varying expressions
and autographed by an Eastern Captain! My Captain!," by Walt of the hope .that some day the
State College faculty member went Whitman, "Abraham Lincoln Walks Prince of Peace will come.
at M i d n i g h t ," by Lindsay, and
on sale March 14, in Charleston. Gettysburg Address. "Renaissance Portraits" d e a Is
Written by Dr. Donald R. Alter
"War and Peace" is designed to with the period of the Italian Ren-
of the social science department show the contrast between war aissance and likely is the least pop-
and printed under one cover by and peace. Contrasts are pointed ular of tJi~ . four for programming,
Pageant Press of New York, they up in "Incident of the French and its value will be chiefly educa-
are titled "The Lincoln Legend and Camp" and "The Battle of Blen- tional. This selection is built around
heim" and between the national the works of Browning as they
Others Programs." " P r i n c e of anthems of France and Czarist Rus- touched upon the Renaissance.
sia. Lord Byron's "Waterloo" will
Peace ," "Renaissance Portraits," be familiar to most readers or lis- Dr. Eugene M. Waffle, head of
and "War and Peace" round out the teners. Eastern's English department, says
130-page volume. Dr. Alter's book is the "perfect
"The Prince of Peace" is ,. self- marriage of literature and history."
In a general introduction to the
volume, Dr. Alter says the presen-
tations are essentially educational
experiments and that they are of
value in teaching histor_y and liter-
ature on high school and college

The four programs, however,
should prove invaluable to clubs
and organizations, television and
radio programmers because flexi-
bility and ease of presentation are
their production keynotes.

The programs are flexible both
in presentation time and personnel.
Prologues or certain reading se-
lections may be omitted or the pro-
grams may be expanded by the
use of music. Each selection in the
book contains .a prologue, a narra-
tion and a number of readings.

"The Lincoln Legend" undoubt-
edly will prove the most popular
of the four presentations because
of -Lincoln's close association with
Coles County and simply because
Lincoln, one of the towering fi-
gures of world history, is an in-
herently popular subject about
which to read or listen.

Sele,ctions in "Legend" include
some 'of the better known anec-
dotes and poems about Lincoln as
well as Lincoln's own literary ef-

"I D _Hardin County, 1809," two
hunters contrast world events with
the quiet life of their section of
Kentucky. They discuss President
James ~adisori and Bonaparte, but
find that the only news in their


Field Studies Tour To Visit Canada, Alaska

Applications Taken Leaving Charleston June 21, the Badlands and Black Hills of the
Through June l study group will travel by bus Dakotas, Glacier National Park in
through northwestem U n i t e d Montana, Radium Hot Springs in
The 1957 Prairie State Field States, western Canada, and Alas- British Columbia, Lake Louise in
Studies Tour, sponsored annually ka . The return trip from Anchorage Alberta's Banff National Park, and
by Eastern Illinois State College, will be made July 28-29 by plane. Jasper National Park and Edmon-
ton in Alberta .
will cover a 10,000-mile route The tour offers graduate and un-
through the United States, Canada dergraduate credit in geography They will then travel up the
and Alaska, according to Dr. Albert Alaskan Highway to Dawson
W. Brown, acting head of the geog- and botany; and, for the first time, Greek, Whitehorse, Lake Dezdeash,
raphy department and director of a maximum of 12 quarter hours of and Fairbanks before journeying
the tour. credit can be earned. The three- to Anchorage for the return flight
week tours of previous years of- over the Canadian Rockies.
Students making the tou.r will fered only four quarter hours of
enroll for Eastern's regular summer credit. Dr. Brown will teach the courses
session June 10 and attend orien- in geography, and Dr. Kenneth E.
tation seminars until the trip gets Cost of the trip is $625 and in- Damann will teach the botany
underway. Applications for the c I u d e s transportation, lodging, courses. Miss Winifred Bally of the
tour will be received until June 1. medical insurance, and miscellan- women's physical education de-
eous expenses. partment will accompany the group
as chaperone.
The geography and botany stu-
dents will visit such places as the


Route of
10,000 Mile Study Tour
Through United States,

Canada and Alaska.



Block Hills

Glacier National Park

Radium Hot Sprinos
Bon ff

Lakt Louise



Dowson Creek


Lake Oezdtosh

··-··-··- ··- ··- ~-·---~-~~~::;:~.
Fhght over Rock111

rou/1 Tht ALASKAN

JIJL >' 2!1 Chicago

Mt. Rushmore, Black Hills Charleston, 111.-The 1957 Prairie State Field Studies Tour
will cover o 10,000-mile route through the United States,
Conado and Alosko. Spansared annually by Eastern Illinois
State College, the tour offers graduate and undergraduate
credit in geography and botany; and, for the first time, a
maximum of 12 quarter hours of credit can be earned. Stu-
-dents making the Alaskan trip will enroll for the college's
regular summer session June 10 and attend orientation semi-
nars until the tour gets vnderway June 21.


Have Difficulty With Spelling? Annual Music Cam
So Did Abe Lincoln--·Coleman
Set For June 16
Today's school children having Lincoln Expert
a tough time with spelling can take The fifth summer music
heart from the fact that it bother- Dr. Charles Coleman
ed Abraham Lincoln, too, accord- for public school students, s
ing to Dr. Charles Coleman, profes- The Democratic Effort to
sor of social science at Eastern. Control (1933) and Eastern Illinois sored annually by Eastern lllin
Dr. Coleman, a long-time Lincoln State College, Fifty Years of Pub-
scholar, has combed through Lin- lic Service (1950). State College, will open on Ju
coln's writings and come up with
a list of 182 words that gave the Chenault Kelly Named 16 and continue through July
Civil War president trouble. Foundation Secretary The camp consists of three o
week sessions, according to D
During tne period 1830~ 1865, Dr. Chenault Kelly, assistant pro- Leo Dvorak, head of the· music d
from the age of 21 to his death, partment.
Lincoln misspelled a total of 268 fessor of English at Eastern, has
different words, eleven of them in The first session will be devot
two different ways, according to been elected executive director of to chorus. Band sessions will gath
Dr. Coleman. Coleman poin.ts out for each of the final two week
that in 21 or more cases the errors the Eastern Illinois State College Students attending the chorus s
obviously were mere slips of the tion will be on campus June 16-23
pen. Among these are "christain," Foundation, according to an an- and band groups meet June 23-3
"couisin" (for cousin), and "demo- and June 30-July 7.
ccracy." A few odd spellings used nouncement by A. L. Riche, presi-
by Lincoln include "disclosiers," Arthur L. Redner, director of the
"hough" for hoof and "portaguse" dent of the Foundation's board of chorus at Iowa State Teachers C
for Portuguese. lege, will serve as guest conduct
directors. · for the chorus camp. Visiting co
In order to avoid counting as ductors of the band groups will be
errors spellings which have chang- Dr. Kelly succeeds Stanley M. Emmit Sarig, director of the Uni-
ed in the past century, Dr. Cole- Elam, who held the post while di- versity of Wisconsin music camp,
man checked Lincoln's slips against rector of public relations at East- and Newell Long, composer, ar
two dictionaries published in this ern. Dr. Elam, now editor of Phi ranger, and director, from the
country in 1847 and 1849. He Delta Kappa. publications, B.loom- school of music at Indiana Univer-
pointed out that Lincoln's mis- ington, Ind., recently resigned his sity.
spelling of geographical place office with the Foundation.
names were not counted as errors. The music camp is designed to
"The great emancipator persisted The functions of the Foundation provide a rich educational experi-
in writing 'Fort Sumpter,' "Dr. are to assist in developing and in- ence for the students, utilizing col-
Coleman said, "and this is an error creasing the facilities of the college lege and community resources.
common to many generations of by encouraging gifts having edu- Students attending the summer
college students." cational, artistic, or historical value camp are . housed in the college
and to hold and administer such residence halls. Band and chorus
"It is interesting," Dr. Coleman gifts. rehearsals are conducted in a huge
said, "that many of the words Lin- tent erected on the campus.
coln misspelled once or a few Publication Hea.ds Named
times, he spelled correctly on other More than 400 high school stu-
occasions." He notes th ~t there are Jack Ryan of Assumption has dents from some 86 Illinois com-
54 cases where the misspellings been named editor of the Eastern munities attended the music camp
were the same word spelled in two State News for the 1957-58. school in 1956.
different ways. It all boils down to year. J. W. Oglesby of Flora will
a misspelled word about every two head the Warbler staff. Spring Enrollment
months during Lincoln's 28-year
professional and political career, Shows Increase
Dr. Coleman explained.
Registration of full-time students
Dr. Coleman is the author of at Eastern for the spring quarter
Sarah Bush Lincoln, the Mother totaled 1920 when the new term
Who Survived Him (1952) and opened on March 5, according to
Abraham Lincoln and Coles Coun- Dr. Newell L. Gates, registrar. This
t)·, Illinois (l.955). Other books by is a six per cent increase over the
Coleman are The Election of 1868, number enrolled in the spring of

The current enrollment
do not include part-time students
or students taking extension
at the off-campus centers.


Cagers Take Fourth Place In NAIA Tourney

Eastern's 'Cinderella Team' Proves Surprise of 32-Team Meet

Eastern's "rags to riches" Pan- Oops!
thers grabbed off seven straight
victories at the end of the 1956-57 Panther center Charles Session (15) is on the way to a serious fall
season to avoid the Interstate Con- as he attempts a rebound in the Eastern-Hamline game during the NAIA
ference cellar and become one of tourney. Session spr.ained an ankle on this play and was unable to see
the top-ranking small-college bas- action against Southeastern Oklahoma the following night. Jerry Hise
ketball teams in the nation . (3) is giving Session an assist.

On the morning of March 1, the the Kansas City tournament. aged a 49-49 tie at halftime.
Panther squad that was later to be Western received its direct invi-
tagged the Cinderella team of the But forward Lloyd Ludwig paced
NAIA National Championship tour- tation; Northern refused to parti- Coach Carey's squad to a second
nament at Kansas City, Mo., was in cipate in the playoffs; and Eastern half rally that overcame an eight-
the IIAC basement with a 3-7 rec- went to Macomb to do battle with point deficit and put Eastern ahead
ord and faced the prospect of its McKendree and Millikin for the with four minutes left in the game.
first losing season in 12 years as it right to represent Illinois at Kan- The Panthers then went into a con-
carried an overall record of 10 sas City. trolled stall and pushed to an 87-
wins and 11 losses into its final two 79 bulge before McKendree hit
games of the regular season. The Panthers, who hadn't prac- three free throws in the final sec-
ticed for four days after closing onds to account for the final 87-82
Two weeks later, on the morn- the season against Illinois Normal, score. Guard John Milholland net-
ing of March 15, that same Panther started slowly against hot-shoot- ted 27 points; guard Frank Wolf
squad had advanced farther in the ing McKendree and barely man-
NAIA national tournament than PAGE SEVEN
any other Eastern team and had
assured itself of at least a fourth-
place ranking in the tourney.

Coach Bob Carey's team opened
the national tournament with an
88-76 win over Highlands Univer-
sity, advanced to the quarter-finals
with a smashing 110-78 victory
over Villa Madonna, and made the
semi-finals by defeating a· strong
Hamline squad 88-83.

The Panthers notched fourth
place after losing the semi-final
game to Southeastern Oklahoma
by an 81-95 score and the conso-
lation game to top-seeded Pacific
Lutheran by an 85-87 margin.

Eastern won its final two games
of the regular season, defeating
Southern 87-62 at Charleston and
Illinois Normal 95-77 at Normal.
The regular schedule ended with
the Panthers posting a 12-11 rec-
ord overall and a 5-7 mark for a
four-way tie and fourth i·n the lea-


Western, McKendree, Millikin
nd Carthage were named as the
teams to meet in th NAIA District
0 Playoffs at Macomb, with Nort-
ern, second-ranking Illinois team
n the llAC with a 6-6 mark, listed
s the first alternate should West-
rn receive a direct invitation to

finished with 23 points - and Lud- Eastern surged back in front to NA/A 'Coach'
wig also accounted for 23 points. stay with an eight-point return fire
for 52-47. Lauds Panthers
Balanced scoring and team play
was the keynote to Eastern's dra- New Mexico occasionally threat- Editor's Note: Each of the 3
matic victory over rival Millikin in ened after that but never was able teams in the NAIA basketbad
the playoff championship game. to close up, particularly late in the tournament at Kansas City, Mo.,-
Millikin had defeated Carthage game when four starters were has an honorary coach. Eastern'•
College 83-67 in the opening whistled out on fouls. Milholland
round, but the Big Blue couldn't had 29 points; Ludwig, 18; and honorary coach was Bruce E.
withstand the Panthers' furious Session, 16.
finish on the final night; and East- Rice, sports director of KCMO..
ern took the playoff title with a With that opening victory, the TV in Kansas City. The follow·
70-64 victory. Panthers became the Cinderella ing is a portion of a letter from
team of the tournament. Rice to Coach Bob Carey after
With Eastern struggling to main- the tournament:
tain a three-point lead at 53-50 and With West Virginia Tech going
eight minutes remaining, Coach against Villa Madonna of Coving- "Never have I enjoyed being
Carey again directed his squad to ton, Ky., to decide Eastern's sec- associated with such a f i n e
play a controlled stall and go for ond opponent, it seemed almost group as your Eastern basket-
sure baskets or foul shots. The Big a certainty that the Panthers would ballers. Needless to say, you've
Blue managed to stay close until have to face the high-scoring West still got Kansas City talking
the clock showed some six min- Virginians who had averaged bet- about you, and believe me, the
utes left. At this point, Wolf broke ter than l 03 points per game team's performance in the re-
through the Blue defense for a lay- through 33 games. But the Ken- cent tournament will not be for-
up and added two more points tucky school, with an 18-6 record, gotten soon.
seconds later on free throws. Cen- fought off numerous West Virginia
ter Charles Session boosted the threats in the final moments of the "Eastern 111 inois State College
Panther margin with two more game and upset the highly-touted has reason to be mighty proud
charity tosses as Millikin committed Golden Bears 93-91 . of Bob Carey's 1956-57 Panth-
fouls in desperation. With l :31 re- ers, and I'm pleased to learn
maining, Eastern had an l l point The results of the Eastern-Villa that they are being accorded
lead at 69-58, but a six-point rally Madonna game as reported in the the honors they so richly de-
led by Millikin center Roger Lot- Kansas City Star: "Eastern Illinois, serve.
chin closed the gap for the final the team which amazed the ex-
70-64 score. perts by getting to the tournament "By the time 'we' got to the
at all, became the first to advance semi-finals, I felt as if I were
The Panthers arrived in Kansas to the quarter-finals today by rac- the president of the EISC Alum-
City on the evening of March l 0 ing past Villa Madonna, 110-78, to ni Association. They really took
and were accorded the honor of open second round play. me in and I felt as if I were
opening the tournament at l l a.m. truly a part of the team . .. If
the folllowing morning against "The Kentucky Rebels, who had I had my way, the entire five-
Highlands University of Las Vegas, upset third-seeded Virginia Tech in man (all . - tournament) sq u ad
New Mexico. the tourney's first round, dropped would have been made up of
behind Eastern after four minutes EISC players. They deserved it."
Highlands came into the tourna- of play and never challenged.
ment with an 18-3 record. Eastern's mark with three minutes remain-
season record of 14- l l was the "Playing careful and cool bas- ing to play."
most undistinguished of the 32 ketball the first half, Eastern set
schools . in the tourney. Following up scoring plays for its two hot- Eastern's 110 points against
the Panthers' 88-76 win over the shots, John Milholland and Lloyd Villa Madonna was the highest
New Mexico team, the Kansas City Ludwig, and ran up a 36-22 lead score posted by any team during
Star said, "Eastern Illinois, the team halfway through the first period the tournament. Ludwig wound up
which backed into the tournament, before the margin narrowed to 52- with 32 points and Milholland with
won the opening game of the l 9th 43 at halftime. 28, despite sitting out the last part
annual National Association of In- of the game. Eastern averaged .577
tercollegiate Athletics tournament "Ludwig hit eight out of nine per cent from the field for the
today before a crowd of about from the field in the first half for game.
2,000 in Municipal Auditorium ." an 88.9 percentage and Milholland
had seven of .14 for 50 per cent. No Eastern team had ever ad-
The Panthers broke open the vanced to the semi-finals of the
game in the second half after the " Eastern opened up a fast break national ·tournament. The 1949
teams had fought through l 0 first offense in the second half to run squad came the closest, losing 64-
half ties to wind up with Eastern away with the ball game. Six 65 to Beloit in the quarter-finals.
ahead by four, 44-40. New Mexico minutes into the second half, East- The Panthers' quarter-final foe in
grabbed the lead briefly in the ern had a 21-point lead at 67-46. the 1957 edition of the tournament
early second half with a six-point The margin stayed just over 20
burst, which made it 46-44, but points until late game quick break-
ing shots opened it up to the 30's
PAGE EIGHT region. Eastern went over the 100

All-Stars Milholland, Ludwig
Make NA/A All-Stars

Lloyd Ludwig, left, and John Milholland show tne 1-'antners' l'llAIA Two members of the Eastern
fourth-place trophy upon return from Kansas City, Mo. Both were named cage squad were named to the all-
to the NAIA all-tournament team. star team of the National Associa-
tion of Intercollegiate Athletics
was to be an old foe, Hamline Uni- Paced by Milholland and Lud- basketball tournament.
versity of Minneapolis, Minn. wig, Eastern raced to a 16-7 lead
after five minutes, but the Pipers John Milholland, 6-0 junior
Hamline had downed Eastern took advantage of their rebound- guard from Westville, was named
88-86 in the second round of the ·ing advantage to knot the score at to the first five; and Lloyd Ludwig,
1953 tournament; and Eastern had 24-all midway through the open- 6-3 senior forward from Effing-
defeated the tall Pipers 76-62 to ing half. ham, was named to the second
win the 1951 NAIA Invitational team .
Tournament. Hamline jumped to a 31-26 lead
in the next four minutes, but the Milholland ranked as the third
The Pipers brought a traditional- Minnesota team was unable to highest scorer in the NAIA tourna-
ly towering squad to Kansas City. maintain that margin and led only ment, netting 119 points in five
For starters, Hamline had two 6-5 42-40 at halftime. games. He was topped only by
forwards, a 6-8 V2 center, and two Jim Spivey of S. E. Oklahoma with
6-2 guards . After edging Wayland, Eastern opened the final half 212 and Richard Barnett of Ten-
Tex., 75-72 in the opening round, with eight straight points and man- nessee State with 130.
the Pipers advanced to the quarter- aged a 48-42 lead with three min-
finals with an 81-69 win over Cen- utes gone. Hamline counterattack- Lud w ig finished fourth in scor-
tral State of Stevens Point, Wis . ed, tied the score at 57-all with ing with 106 points and ranked
Going into the game with Eastern, 12:16 left, and pushed on to a 61- third among the leading tourna-
Hamline had compiled a record of 57 advantage. In the final ten min- ment rebounders with 60 retrieves
22 wins and three loss~s. utes of the game, the score was in five games.

The all-tournament team was
named by sportswriters, sportscas-
ters and NAIA off icials . Spivey was
named the most valuable player of
the tournament.

Other members of the all-star
first five are Spivey, Barnett, and
Roger Iverson and Chuck Curtis of
Pacific Lutheran.

Second team members, in addi-
tion to Ludwig, are Jim Satterwhite
and John Barnhill of Tennessee
State, Chuck Schramm of Western,
and Herb Lake of Youngstown,

Frank Wolf finished eighth
among all scorers with 80 points.
Jerry Hise netted 47 points and
Session finished with 37.

In addition to the first five, the
tournament team consisted of B.
J . Smith, Ken Christiansen, John
Moomey, Neil Admire and Ed

tied four times and changed hands
on five different occasions.

The Panthers began a controlled
stall with a 76-73 lead and 4:21
left i,n the game. Hamline managed
to go ahead 77-76 at 4: 11, but four
straight free throws by Ludwig put
Eastern up 80-77 with 2:33 to go.
Winston Folkers pulled the Pipers
within one point at 2:23 (80-79)


with a hook off the post position. Cornered
Eastern's B. J. Smith. was fouled
but missed. Hamline tried a shot Ken Christiansen, reserve Panther center, is apparently trapped by
but failed and Wolf scored on a a trio of towering Hamline players in the quarter-final game of the NAIA
driving lay-up to put Eastern out tournament at Kansas City. Eastern won the game, 88-83.
ahead, 82-79 with 1:35 left.
only a .267 average in the second Eastern Illinois hustle but managed
Jack Stromberg and Ken Chris-
tiansen traded baskets and Dave half and finished the game with to salvage third place in the NAIA
Schneider got a lay-up for the
Pipers to pull them within one an overall percentage of .342. basketball tournament by edging
point at 84-83 with 28 seconds re-
maining. Smith was fouled and With Eastern unaple to hit from into an 87-85 victory.
calmly added two points for East-
ern and an 86-83 lead with 18 sec- the field and Spivey consistently "About 7,000 were in the Muni-
onds still to go. Milholland fouled
Hamline's Schneider with nine sec- scoring for the Savages, Southeast- cipal Auditorium to see Lutheran
onds left, but Schneider missed
and Eastern got the rebound. ern Oklahoma knotted the score at survive a slashing comeback by
Smith, under the Panther bucket,
took the long pass and gave East- 56-56 after six minutes of the sec- Eastern. The Lutes from Washing·
ern its final two points in the 8.8-
83 victory. ond half and took over the lead ton steadied after being caught

With the victory, Coach Carey for good at 64-62 with 11 :42 re· and passed by the Panthers with
took the first Eastern team to the
semi-finals of the national NAIA maining. When the gun went off · seven minutes to play.
tournament. The Panthers' oppon-
ent was Southeastern Oklahoma ending the game, Southeastern "With 32 seconds left, Charles
which had defeated Northwest Oklahoma had a 95-81 victory and Session of Eastern grabbed a loose
Nazarene, Southwest Texas and Spivey had accounted for 53 ball and sailed in for a lay-up
second-seeded Youngstown, Ohio, points. which made it a 1-point game, 84·
to reach the semi-finals.
In the Saturday night consola- 83. He was fouled on the shot and
Some 200 Eastern students had
been in Kansas City for Eastern's tion, Eastern was down by 14 failed to convert what would have
opening games; but with the vic-
tory over H a m I i n e, President points at one time during the first · been the tying point.
Quincy Doudna dismissed school
and the number of fans swelled to half and trailed 36-47 at halftime. "The other point of Pacific Luth·
more than 500 for the semi-final
contest. Eastern opened the second half eran's lead came after the game

The Panthers jumped off to a with a scoring drive that tied the was over. A foul called just at the
quick lead over the Oklahoma
team, leading 15-4 after four min- score 58-58 with 13: 14 left as Lud- horn resulted in one of two free
utes. Hitting .417 per cent of its
shots during the opening 20 min- wig sank a driving lay-up. throws, but it was anti-climax by
utes, Eastern held a 48-36 lead at
halftime despite the 26 points tal- The Kansas City Star described then."
lied by Jim Spivey, Oklahoma's
high-scoring center. the game: "Top-seeded Pacific Eastern and Pacific Lutheran

But two factors began to catch Lutheran lost a 14-point lead t·o played the consolation game under
up with the Panthers in the second
period. Session, who had been con-
sistently successful all season in
defensing tall opposing centers,
was unable to play in the South-
eastern Oklahoma game because
of a sprained ankle suffered the
night before against Hamline; and
the Panthers, for the only tim,e in
the tournament, got cold from the

After building up a 12-point
lead: in the first half behind a .417
average, Eastern could manage


experimental rules, the two most Wrestlers Place Fourth In IIAC;
important being the 24-second rule Semetis Wins Division ·Crown
which forces a team to shoot with-
in 24 seconds after gaining pos- Milholland Sets Warner Semetis, freshman from
session, and the other giving only Orlando Park, paced Eastern to a
one free throw for the first six Scoring Record fourth-place ranking in the 1957
team fouls in each half, after that Interstate conference wrestling
reverting to the one-and-one. John Milholland, Eastern's high meet by capturing the champion-
scoring junior guard, set a new sin- ship of the 123-pound division.
In other experiments, the teams gle season scoring record during
used a yellow rubber basketball the 1956-57 basketball season. Semetis, who compiled a record
during the first half, attempting to of 12 wins, four losses and one
determine if it was easier to follow Milholland's 653 points in 30 draw during the season, won his
than one of regulation color. Two games tops the 514-point mark set
other rules were used. All fouls in 1955-56 by Dean Brauer. Lloyd Warner Semetis
committed in the back court were Ludwig also went over Brauer's division by defeating Fred San-
two-shot fouls, and the ball could high, scoring 522 points. Milhol- doval of Western, Danny Winland
be thrown in from anywhere along land's average for the season was of Illinois Normal, and Dale Tessler
the back line. 21.8 points per game. Ludwig of Northern.
averaged 17. l.
In the championship game, Ten- R o y Hatfield of Champaign,
nessee State of Nashville, an all- In his 30 games, Milholland net- captain of the 1957 squad, finish-
Negro team, won the title with a ted a record 284 baskets and 85 ed second in the 177-pound divi-
92-73 championship over South- free throws. Ludwig compiled his sion; and Jim Bryant of Champaign
eastern Oklahoma. total on 157 goals and a record 219 placed second at 191 pounds.
free throws. The old record for the Bryant compiled the top record of
Season's Scores number of field goals in one sea- the season with a 13-1 mark.
son was 222 by Brauer last season.
El Opponent Opp. Norm Patberg's 183 free throws The order of finish in the con-
in 1952-53 was the previous high ference meet: Southern Illinois
82 Indiana Central 66 in that department. (68), Northern Illinois (43), Illinois
70 Quincy 68 Normal (39), Eastern Illinois (32),
87 Central Michigan 59 Other Eastern regulars scored as Western Illinois (17), Eastern Michi-
76 Eastern Michigan 87 follows: Frank Wolf, junior guard, gan (14), and Central Michigan
64 Indiana State 60 378 points; Jerry Hise, sophomore (11).
70 St. Thomas* 60 forward, 298 points; and Charles
67 St. Benedict* 83 Session, junior center, 251 points. Coach Harold Pinther's wrestlers
111 Iowa Wesleyan* 59 won six dual meets and dropped
83 Northern Illinois 98 Ludwig, voted most valuable five during the season. Victories
70 Western Illinois 97 player on the team the past season were over Notre Dame, Indiana
67 Northern Illinois 78 and elected honorary captain, net-
91 Indiana State 111 ted a total of 1,010 points in four (Continued on next page)
83 Millikin 84 years, scoring 10 points as a fresh-
71 Illinois Normal 64 man, 114 as a sophomore, 364 as
97 Illinois Wesleyan 82 a junior, and 522 this season.
60 Central Michigan 70
80 Eastern Michigan 83 Milholland, named to the first
69 Southern Illinois 58 five of the Interstate Conference
71 Beloit 94 all-star team, boosted his two~year
95 Millikin 85 total to l, l 07 points.
75 Western Illinois 88
87 Southern Illinois 62 Darrell Mack, ex-'53, is a sports
reporter for the Kansas City Star,
95 Illinois Normal 77 Kansas City, Mo. Mack, a former
staff member of the Eastern State
87 McKendree* * 82 News, attended Eastern for two
years and then transferred to the
70 Millikin** 64 University of Missouri where he
took a degree in journalism. He
88 Highlands (N.M.)*** 76 was one of the Star reporters as-
signed to cover the NAIA tourna-
110 Villa Madonna (Ky.)*** 78 ment in Kansas City.

88 Hamline*** 83

81 S. E. Oklahoma*** 95

85 Pacific Lutheran 87

*-Quincy Tournament

**-NAIA Dist. 20 Playoffs

***-NAIA Nationa·I Tournament


Western Graduate Spring Sports Season Opens;

To Coach Baseball Fifty-Seven Events Listed

Bill Rogers, 1954 g raduate of Eastern's spr ing sports schedule April 9- Anderso n (2), away
Western Illinois State College, Ma- gets underway April 5 when the April 12- Lewis, home
comb, has been appointed head Panther baseball team hosts. a April 13- Quincy, home
baseball coach and instructor of Greenville College nine at Lincoln April 20-Southern (2), home
physical education at Eastern Illi- Field. April 24- Washington U., away
nois State College for the spring April 27-Northern (2), home
quarter, accord ing to President The baseball team, coached by April 30-Quincy, away
Quincy Doudna. He began his Bill Rogers, plays a 23-game sched- May 4- Western (2), away
duties March 4. ule, including seven doublehead- May 11 - lllinois Normal (2), aw
ers. May 17-Eastern Michigan (2),
Rogers, a native of Bushnell,
Ill., played one season as an out- Coach Rex V. Darling's tennis home
fielder with Waterloo, la., of the squad opens April 6, hosting Illi- May 18-lndiana State, home
Three-I League before entering the nois Normal. The netters, slated to May 21 - lndiana State, home
armed services. meet such foes as the University May 22-lllinois Wesleyan, horn
of Illinois, Western Michigan, and
A physical education major at Washington University, play 13 May 25-Central Michigan (2),
Westem, Rogers earned varsity let- dual meets. away
ters in baseball, basketball and
football and was named to the In- The Interstate Conference tennis, Track
terstate Conference all-star base- track and golf meets will be held
ball and football teams. An out- May 24-25 at Eastern. April 13- Bradley Relays, Peoria
fielder and first baseman in base- April 18-lllinois Normal, home
ball, he played end in football. Track season opens April 13 April 27- Northern, away
with Coach Maynard O'Brien's May 4-State College Meet,
He entered the armed forces in squad participating in the Bradley
December, 1954, and served with Relays at Peoria. Included on the Carbondale
a field artillery unit in Europe. He track schedule are five dual meets, May 7- Univ. of Louisville, home
was discharged in December, the Bradley and Elmhurst Relays, May 11-Elmhurst Relays, Elmhu
1956. A player-coach in baseball, the State College Meet and the May 15- Southern, away
basketball and football while in llAC Meet. May 18- Westem, away
service, he was batting champion May 24-25- llAC Meet, Charlesto
of the European theater for two Golfers swing into intercolle-
successive years, hitting .475 in giate competition April 9, meeting Tennis
1955 and .500 in 1956. In 1956, Illinois Normal at Normal. Ten dual
he was named the most-valuable meets and the league meet are on April 6-lllinois Normal, home
service player in Europe and was the slate. April 10- Univ. of Illinois, away
awarded a trip to the 1956 World April 12- Southern, home
Series . A total of 104 athletes are can- April 20- Westem Michigan, hem
didates for spring sport varsity April 23-lndiana State, away
Wrestlers Wins· Fourth positions. Track paces the field April 27- Westem, home
with 47 cand idates , 17 of whom April 29- lllinois Normal, away
(Continued from preceding page) are lettermen . Six of the 30 base- May 2- Milliki ni, home
bal I candidates are letter winners, May 4- Washington Univ., home
Central, Wabash, Central Michigan, and four of the tennis hopefuls May 7- Millikin , away
Eastern Mich igan , and the Chicago have earned numerals. Three let- May 11 - Concordia (St. L.), away
Branch of the University of Illinois. termen are among the eleven golf- May 14- 1ndiana State, home
team cand idates . May 18- Northern , home
Other Panther grapplers and May 21 - Waba sh, away
their season records: Gerald Hat- Baseball May 24-25- llAC Meet,
fill , 130-pound division, 3-7-2; Bill
Shadow, 137-pound division, 4-8- April 5- Greenville, home Golf
0 · Jim Richards, 147-pound divi- April 6- lndiana State, away
si'on, 7-6-0; Verne Vierk, 167- April 9- lll inois Normal , away
pound d ivision, ~6-0 ; Roy Hat- 17 Indiana Central 6 April 25- Southern, away
f ield, 177- pound division, l 0-6-1 ; 10 Southern 23 April 27- Millikin, home·
and Dave Decker, heavyweight, 7- 20 Wabash 10 April 29- lndiana State, away
14 Illinois Normal 17 May 3-Southern, home
5- l. 12 Western 16 May 4-Southern & Northern., home
22 Central Michigan 11 May 7- lnd iana State, home
Season scores: 19 Eastern Michigan 11 May 11 - Westem, home
23 Navy Pier lllini l0 May 14- Millikin, away
El Opponent Opp. Wheaton Tournament- Fourth May 18-lllinois Normal, home
19 Notre Dame 11 llAC Tournament- Fourth May .24-25- llAC Meet, Charleston
15 Northern 20
15 Bradley 16


Keeping •In touch

EDITOR'S NOTE: The format of D. F. Fleming teaching after more than 20 years.
the note section of the Eastern For several years before retirement
Alumnus has been changed. The 5th district comprises the counties she was principal of the Colonel
use of the larger numbers to of Vermilion, Edgar, Clark, Cum- Wolfe School in Champaign . Her
designate class years will add to berland, and Coles. Anderson lives address is Freedom, Ind.
the readability of the magazine. at 1435 Seventh St. in Charleston,
Only the general news notes are Ill. Stella Craft (Mrs. Walter Trem-
included in this section. Special ble) is the author of a new volume
sections have been set up to an- 16 William Benton Bunn has of poems, Wind in the Reed, which
nounce marriages, births, and moved from 205 W. Ver- was published recently. Mrs. Trem-
deaths. mont, Urbana, Ill., to 1061 S. Suc- ble is a well known Charleston
cess Ave ., Lakeland, Fla . poet and has had poems published
If you have news to report in 117 publications in 42 states and
about yourself or some other alum- 18 Olive Bowleware (Mrs. W. 27 foreign countries. She is presi-
nus, please send it in. It is only G. Alexander), Ex-'18, is one dent of the local branch of the
through the news notes you send of 300 persons in the United League of American Penwomen.
that we can make this section. of States to receive a citation from the The Tremble address is 850 4th
the magazine interesting and Lane Bryant Awards Foundations. St., Charleston, Ill.
timely. The citation was presented for
"outstanding volunteer service in Stella Trimble
01 Charles W. Henderson the community." The Alexander
Ex-'O l, writes that he at- address is 909 Monroe St., Charles- 23 Howard Hayden Loving
tended the first day of school at ton, Ill. now lives at 5462 W. Divi-
Eastern on September 12, 1899. He sion St., Chicago, Ill.
was back on campus for Homecom- 2 0 Carrie Anna Kogel (Mrs.
ing last fall. His address is Sulli- Albert Hertel) has moved to Alden Cutshall, professor of so-
van, Ill. 2341 Lynch Ave., Granite City, Ill. cial sciences at the University of
Illinois, has received a Fulbright
12 D. F. Fleming, international Ila Marie James (Mrs. Bourgeois) grant enabling him to work at the
affairs authority of Vander- has a school of tutoring at Oak Institute of Asian studies, Univer-
bilt University, has been elected Park, Ill . Her address is 810 S. sity of the Philippines. This is the
to membership in Phi Beta Kappa Euclid Ave., Oak Park, Ill. second time he has received such
Associates. The associates whose an award. He visited and did re-
membership is limited to 200 per- 22 Avice Ferne Lee (Mrs. A. search on several Philippine islands
sons in the nation, have an elder Davis) has retired from during the 1950·51 academic year.
statesman role· in the honor society. Cutshall plans to leave after the
Dr. Fleming, who went to Vander- completion of the spring semester
bilt in 1928 as professor of poli- and to remain in the Philippines
tical science, was named research until the fall of 1958. He and his
professor of international relations
in 1951. He was Eastern's com- PAGE THIRTEEN
mencement speaker in 1949. The
Fleming address is 4721 Sewanee
Rd., Nashville, Tenn.

15 Clara Edna George (Mrs. T.
A. Keal) may now be addres-
sed at 2737 Harding St., Holly-
wood, Fla.

Ben Anderson, Ex-' 15, one of
the three circuit judges of the 5th
Judicial District, has retired. The

family will reside in Quezon City, Bruce L. Miller) lives at 1370 Went- at 720 Washington Blvd., Apt. 2
a suburb of Manila. The Cutshall worth Ave., Calumet City, Ill.
address is 667 N. Elizabeth St., Oak Park, Ill.
Lombard, Ill. 31 Cletis J. Little resigned in
January as superintendent Grace Anna Gould (Mrs. Cha
24 Haze I Mary Perkinson and principal of Mansfield Com-
(Mrs. Ray B. Barricklow) is munity High School, Mansfield, Ill., England) is a Greyhound Bus a
an elementary teacher in Areola. and accepted a position with an
Her address is Areola, 111. Ann Arbor, Mich., real estate firm. in Lawrenceville, Ill. She lives
Annr Arbor is the home of Mr. and
Bessie Barbee may now be ad- Mrs. Little's daughter, Dr. Marguer- 1104 7th St., Lawrenceville.
dressed at Edgewood, Ill. ite Dufner, who graduated from
Eastern in 1943, and her husband . Agnes Margaret Smith may
Edwin Thompson writes that he Mr. Dufner is an assistant professor
is operating a 220 acre farm and of German at the University of addressed at 801 Castella, FI
raising chester white hogs. He Michigan. Mr. Little is retiring from
says that he might consider teach- the field of education after a career sant, Mo.
ing agriculture again. His address of 38 years.
is Route 2, Martinsville, Ill. Rosemary Ellen Smith (
Harold Middlesworth, s p o r t s
Katherine Stapp, ex-'24, has writer for the Detroit Free Press, is Louis Donaldson) is a teacher
been awarded the first annual covering the spring training of the
"Oscar" for teachers at Danville, Detroit Tigers at St. Petersburg, Fla. Donovan, Ill'. •
Ill. Sponsored by the Junior Mrs. Middlesworth is with him in
Woman's Club of Danville, the Florida. The Middlesworth address 36 M a r j o r i e Elizabeth
award was based on the opinion is 582 W. Cambourne, Ferndale, breath (Mrs. Koehler) is
of judges from five organizations Mich . housewife at l 26 S. Monroe
- religious, educational, civic, and Sturgis, Mich.
men's and women's groups. 32 Thelma Boyd (Mrs. Moor-
head) is a teacher in the Helen Louise lmle (Mrs. Har
Miss Stapp was selected by Lincoln School, Robinson, Ill. Her Amateis) may be addressed at
members of the Danville Educa- address is 802 S. Myers, Robinson, Beatrice Ave., Syosset, Long Isla
tion Association to represent the Ill. N. Y.
public schools for this award. She
teaches American literature and 33 Bernice Evaline Kruse (Mrs. Ruth Catherine Lumbrick (
Introduction to Teaching at the Shroeder) may now be ad- Roger Stopa) teaches in Newbe
Danville High School. Her sister, dressed at 507 W. Washington St., Ore. The Stopa address is R. R.
Helen Stapp, '22, is a teacher in Champaign, Ill. Box 196, Newberg .
the Decatur school system. Miss
Helen Stapp set up the Kate Book- Grace Thurman (Mrs. Edison B. Carolyn Elizabeth Specht (
er Stapp Fund at Eastern in 1948 Paine) lives in Elliott, Ill. Mr. Paine Carolyn E. Lockart) is a 7th gra
in honer of their mother. is a minister. teacher at Herrick, 111. Her addr
is Box 223, Cowden, Ill.
25 Mary Floyd may now be Minnie Cornelia Fulwider (Mrs.
addressed at Onarga, Ill. Harold Smith) is teaching grades 3 7 Walter Allen Treece is
five and six in Lansing, Ill. Her ad- statistical analysis engin
26 Margaret Marie Dawson dress is 18053 Torrence Ave., Apt. in the Aircraft Gas Turbine Divisi
(Mrs. L. T. Long) is teaching 2, Lansing. of General Electric Co. at Cinci
special education at Indianapolis. nati, 0. He lives at 8507 Plainfiel
Her address is 4806 E. Washing- 34 EI ea nor Louise Devore Rd., Cincinnati 36.
ton, Indianapolis, Ind. (Mrs. Jenkins) lives at 33 W.
John Adams, Altamont, Ill. Cloyd Woodrow Paskins lives
27 Grace Fontella Van Cleve 190 S. Palm Dr., Rolling Gr
(Mrs. Gordon E. Sanders) is Esther Juanita Fromm (Mrs. Lora Ridge, Boynton Beach, Fla.
a clerk-typist in the office of Gov- R. Jackson, Jr.) is a housewife at
ernor William Stratton. Her address 185 Rainbow Dr., Grand Junction, Iona Mowrer, '37, '45,
is Pawnee, Ill. Colo. moved from Cheney, Wash.,
1168 Forest St., Reno, Nev.
28 Marjorie Ruth Ford (Mrs. John William Gray is teaching
Lowell B. Story) lives at industrial arts in Beckley, West Va. Mary Rosalie Bear (Mrs. C. H
4860 Evanston Ave., Indianapolis, He lives at 107 Arnold Ave., McClay) is teaching math at th
Ind. Beckley. University of Maryland. Her hu
band, who is on leave from th
·9 D o r o t h y Adeline Duey 35 Martha Frances Ford (Mrs. mechanical engineering. depart
2 (Mrs. A. R. Kemmerer) may Charles Martin Phillippe) is ment of the University of Illinois
a housewife at 1110 15th St., is employed at the Air Arm Divi
be addressed at 2239 E. 8th St., Lawrenceville, Ill. sion of Westinghouse Electric Corp
Tucson, Arizona. as a consulting engineer. Thei
Muriel Jeanette Edwards resides home address is 1427 lsted Rd.
Edna Delilah Fitzpatrick (Mrs. Glen Burnie, Md.

PAGE FOURTEEN Ruth Lucille Margason (Mrs. Les-
ter Cook) is a housewife. Her ad-
dress is 344 N. 29th St., Battl
Creek, Mich.

Edna Flo Donaldson (Mrs. Ver
non Shipley) is a school librarian.
Her address is 426 N. Topeka,
Wichita 2, Kan.

38 Gaile Virginia Potter (Mrs.
Ralph P. Mominee) reside

New Fraternity

Rho Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity was installed March 24 on the Eastern campus. Members
of the new organization are, front row, from left, John Howard, Noel Montgomery, Dwight Storm, Kent
Smith, Howard Unterbrink, Gary Haxton, Jim Brackney; second row, Lewis Crane, Andrew Jackson, Cal
Stockman, Galen Brant, John Van Voorhis, Larry Pattison, Larry Eveland, faculty advisers Tony Soares and Rex
Syndergaard, Bill Balch, Tom Drury, and Charles Baird.

at 1827 Fairfax Rd ., Toledo 13, 0 . Doyle) is teaching sixth grade at Russ address is 432 Arbor Ct.,
Pesotum, Ill. Libertyville, Ill.
39 Lorie 0. Watts became the
supervisor of a Training Robert Worley Hendricks resides 41 John Owen Harlan and
Services Group of North American at 405 W. Waukegan Rd ., Mc- family have been in Burma
Aviation at Downey, Calif. last Henry, Ill. for the past two years. They ex-
September. The Wattses have a pect to return in June 1957. The
new home at 16735 Janine Dr., Lawrence Anderson M i d g e t t Harlan address is United States
Whittier, Calif. lives on R. R. 2, Flat Rock, Ill. He Educational Foundation, 24 New-
is employed by a refinery com- lyn Road, Rangoon, Burma.
John W. Littlejohn has been ad- pany.
vanced from assistant principal to Mona Rose Grismer (Mrs . Char-
principal of the Abraham Lincoln Carolee Wanda Herron (Mrs. les M. Davis) has moved from Dud-
Junior High at Wyandotte, Mich . Roland) lives on R. R. 1, Frankfort, ley, Ill. , to 1604 N. 19th St.,
His address is 1304 12th St., Wyan- Ky . Mr . Roland is minister of a Springfield, Ill.
dotte. Christian Church.
Charles K. Jenkins may now be
40 Randall McClellan H i g h • Harley D. Culberson may now addressed at 69 Franklin St., Mo-
smith is principal of the be addressed at 201 W. 2nd, mence, Ill .
high school at Palestine, Ill. Pana, Ill.
Mary Fleming, who is a home
Raymond Keith Harms lives at Martha D. Reeder (Mrs . C. P. economics teacher in the J . Sterling
1036 Englewood Dr., Rantoul, Ill. Russ) writes that she is still teach- Morton High School in Cicero, sail-
ing first grade in the same build- ed February 13 for a five month
Dorothy Marie Hettinger (Mrs. ing where she started in 1940. The

tour of Europe. She expects to visit 45 Merna D. Sneed writes: address is 140 E. Chestnut, Bridge-
Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, "Have been moving into a port.
Denmark, etc., and will return July riew home since February. The
25 on the Empress of Britain. difficulty is having time left from Robert D .Tipsword is in his third
my crawling twins for constructive year at Batavia High School, where
Jack R. Newgent writes: "I am activities of my own." Her ad- he is head football and track coach.
Chief of the Inspection Section for dress is 6 McNab Dr., Columbia, He also acts as freshman-soph-
all construction at Patrick Air Force Mo. omore basketball coach. His ad-
Base, Florida. I have been in this dress is 324 N. College St., Batavia,
locality in Florida since I came to 46 Alice Louisa Sheets (Mrs. 111.
my first teaching job here upon James R. Current) may now
graduation from Eastern." The be addressed at Forsyth, Ill. Anna Kathryn Osborn (Mrs.
Newgent address is Route l, Box Charles C. Heath) may be addres-
l 043, Eau Gal lie, Fla. 47 Mary Jane Richards (Mrs. sed at 32 Higdon Dr., Decatur, Ill.
. Leland Watson) writes: "I
42 Lois Elaine Hilsabeck (Mrs. have six children, three boys and Betty Faye Wellman (Mrs . Jack
Clifton M. Smith) may now three girls . Elaine is 9, Marcia 7, Stearns) lives at 2720 El Qeste,
be addressed at 2291 Cortland, Buddy 6, Bobby 5, Bryan 4, and Hermosa Beach, Calif.
Waynesboro, Va . our baby girl, Esther, was two
years old last September." The John H. Muthersbaugh is work-
Mary Howell Elliott (Mrs . H. Watson address is Ashmore, Ill. ing on the copy desk and in the
Bruce Smith) lives at 530 Ange- sports department of the Amarillo
nette Ave., Kirkwood, Mo. Leona Wente (Mrs. Charles E. (Texas) Globe-News. His address
Barber) lives at l 071 Livingston, is 4020 Gables, Amarillo, Tex .
Mary Frances Gaumer (Mrs. Carlyle, Ill.
Fogel) writes: "My husband teaches 49 John A. Alexander is serv-
at Richmond High School and just Verna Lowry (Mrs. Felix Juska) ing with the United States
finished his Master's degree. We writes that her husband is an Air Force in Iceland . Captain Alex-
have three sons, ages l 0, 8, and 4. agronomist and turf specialist for ander is a special services officer
Hope to visit in Illinois in the sum- the U. S. Department of Agricul- for the Iceland Air Defense Com-
mer of 1957." Her address is 460 ture. She is managing a school mand. He was formerly of Toledo,
Summit Dr., Pinole, Calif. lunch program in a high school of Ill., and his family now resides at
2,200 students. The Juska address 581 Empire, Aurora, Colo.
Ruth Gruber (Mrs. James E. Don- is 546 Beacon Rd., Silver Springs,
nelly) may be addressed at the Md. Gerald D. Holley is a science
Cook County School of Nursing, teacher and assistant coach at Alta-
1900 Polk St., Chicago, Ill. Thomas Gregory, Jr. lives at mont High School. His address is
Assumption, Ill. 217 N. Bond, Altamont, Ill.
Mary Alice Engle (Mrs. T. E.
Stites) lives at 13115 Helmer Dr., Doris Cihak (Mrs. Paul Sphar) Richard Eldon Perry is a speech
Whittier, Calif. lives at R. R. 4, Decatur, Ill. therapist and coach at Leyden High
School in Franklin Park, Ill. His
Ellen Lee Henkle (Mrs . Edward . Harold Louis Schultz lives at address is 2902 76th Ave., Elm-
Perry) writes that her husband, 17834 Escanaba, Lansing, Ill. wood Park, Ill.
Colonel Perry, was recently award-
ed the Legion of Merit at ceremon- Jacques William Scott is an attor- Samuel Franklin Morehead may
ies in Washington, D. C. He has re- ney . His address is Bethany, Ill. be addressed at 25 W . Main, Fen-
turned to army duty in the Middle ville, Mich.
East. 48 Norma Eileen Dennis (Mrs.
Bernard Lance) may now be William Edward Cooper is liv-
Freda Mae Rich (Mrs. Victor Sea- addressed at R. R. 2, Salem, Ill. ing at 228 North Central Blvd.,
ton) may now be addressed c/ o Broomall, Penn.
Major Victor T. Seaton, Gulf Dis- Marian Elizabeth Gossett (Mrs.
trict (CE), APO 205, New York, N. William Miller) writes that her hus- Louise McCumber (Mrs. George
Y. He is with the U. S. Army in Iran. band is an engineer with North W. Hawthorne) has moved from
Electric Manufacturing Company . Camargo, Ill., to Sidney, Ill.
Emily Kathryn Garner (Mrs . Mar- The Miller address is 521 North
vin Conard) lives at 13955 Mc- Union St., Galion, 0. LeRoy Richards writes that he is
Clure, Paramount, Calif. now associated with Burns, Doane,
Roy M. Miller is attending Mich- Benedict and Irons, a patent and
Doris Evelyn Samford is teach- igan State University. He is on sab- anti-trust law firm in Washington,
ing at the University of Denver. batical le<;1ve from the Henry Ford D. C. His address is 4849 S. 28th
Her address is 4960 West Oregon Community Co I I e g e, Dearborn, St., Arlington, Va.
Place, Denver 19, Colo. Mich . His address is 3445 Gertrude
St., Dearborn, Mich . Charles L. Brown writes that he
43 Ethel L. Cassida (Mrs. Earl is still with Standard Oil Company.
Snider) has a son, James Richard "Dick" Lehr has resign- His address is 1268 E. Cantrell, De-
Earl, born Oct. 29, 1956. She lives ed as coach of Bridgeport Town- catur, Ill.
at RFD l, Tuscola, Ill. ship High School effective June l,
1957. He is in his fifth year at Virginia Burmeister writes : "I
44 Leo Clark Baker may now Bridgeport and had previously am in my third year as a science
be addressed at 604 l st St., taught 4 years at Carrier Mills . His teacher at Roosevelt Junior High
Crete, Ill. School, Bellwood, Ill. I attended
the University of Colorado in the
summer of 1956." Her address is
l 015 N. 2nd Ave., Maywood, Ill.


Dale B. Buck has moved from sed at 2077 Florida Ave ., Talla- and junior high principal at Cissna
Medford, Ore., to Toketee Falls hassee, Fla. Park. His address is Cissna Park,
Route, ldleyld Park, Ore. Ill.
Denver J. Leturno writes: "Mrs.
John Robert Schaeffer may be Leturno (Norma June Lathrop, '48) Philip J. Emig is assistant pur-
addressed at 832 E. Foothill, Mon- and I have three children, a girl chasing agent at the Kuehne Manu-
rovia, Calif. and two boys. I am still teaching facturing Company. Mrs. Emig is
chemistry at the Elgin High School, the former Selma Mathias, '50, and
John Andrew Sowinski is living E.lgin, Ill. This is my 4th year here." they live at 1617 Edgar Ave., Mat-
at l 522V2 S. 4th St., Springfield, The Leturno address is 22 Ash St., toon, Ill.
Ill. Carpentersville, Ill.
Nancy Ann Defibaugh (Mrs . El-
James M. Taylor writes that they Doyle Johnson is employed by mer Jamnik) writes: "Elmer ('50)
have two children, a boy, 5, and a the LAA Insurance Service as is enjoying another good year at
girl, l . He is chairman of the 4th agency manager for Coles County. Joliet High School and Junior Col-
Indiana Industrial Education Asso- His address is 1917 18th St., Char- lege. Our Susan is now two years
ciation and is still teaching indus- leston, Ill. old." The Jamnik address is 1102
trial arts and mathematics in the North Prairie, Joliet, Ill.
North Manchester school system. Rita Epley writes: "I am teach-
Mrs. Taylor was Eleanor Marcia ing at Edison Junior High School in Ruth Evelyn Rice (Mrs. Maurice
Mitchell, '49. The Taylor address is Champaign. I teach English and Lee) is a housewife. She has a son,
211 Mill St., North Manchester, geography and this is my 2nd Michael, age 1 year. The Lee ad-
Ind. year." Her address is 602 W. Hea- dress is 1/ Lt Maurice R. Lee AO
ley, Champaign, Ill. 2251292, 42nd TAC Recon Sq.,
C h a r I e e n Rosebraugh (Mrs . APO 123, New York, N. Y.
James Dickey) lives at 1514 Sanga- Laura Fausett (Mrs. Donald Har-
mon Dr., Champaign, Ill. ris) is teaching music at Bismarck Ray Edward Wright is teaching
High School, 12 miles north of at Allerton, Ill.
Margaret Jean Leonard may now Danville, Ill. Before going to Bis-
be addressed at 309 E. Ensey St., marck she taught 3 years at Cat- 51 Iris Rinehart (Mrs. Max Ed-
Tuscola, Ill. lin High School. Her address is gar), Ex-'51, writes that they
Catlin, Ill. are still living on a farm near Hum-
Donald M. Johnson has announ- boldt. They have three children,
ced that he has submitted his re- Charies B. Shaver Iives at 31 Stephen, 4, Mark, 2, and Kathy
signation as football coach at the Brighton Way, Clayton 5, Mo. Ellen, 1. The Edgar address is R.
Taylorville, Ill. High School, effec- R. 3, Areola, Ill.
tive at the end of the current Arthur L. Aikman is elementary
school year. He has been on the
school staff since 1949 and has .Montgomery County
been head coach since 1952.

Donald Lee Pyle is a business
teacher at the Pana High School.
His address is 1704 Piatt Ave.,
Mattoon, Ill.

5 0 Jame·s Richard Draper may New officers of the Montgomery County Eastern State Club pose
now be addressed at 2233 with Dr. Quincy Doudna, president of Eastern, following their election
North Moreland St., Indianapolis, at the spring meeting in Hillsboro. They are, from left, Park M. Fellers,
Ind. vice-president; Edith Grabow, secretary; and Jack Zimmerman, president,
all of Hillsboro. Dr. Doudna is at right.
Richard A. Bennett has moved
from Delaware County, Penn., to
95 Verona Rd., Broomall, Penn.

Fred 0. Waltrip Iives at 2415
Abrams Rd ., Apt. H, Dallas 14,

Richard L. Olmstead is assistant
superintendent at Pana . His ad-
dress is 615 Cherry St., Pana, ii I.

Chester Ray Leathers has been
in the Army for the past 14 months.
He is stationed at Camp Detreick,
Md. His address is 14th St. and
Motter Ave., Frederick, Md.

Emmett R. Sutton is a junior en-
gineer with the Indiana Public Ser-
vice Company. His address is 2305
S. 1OV2 St., Terre Haute, Ind.

George D. Hack rnay be addres-


Mary Lee Wilson (Mrs . Donald Nancy Worner van Schaik catur. Her address is 2203 N. Mai
Smith) may now be addressed at Decatur, Ill.
7160 Alan Dr., Denver 11, Colo. come a full-time instructor at the
University. Mrs . van Schaik, whose Melba Strange (Mrs . Neil Hu
Betty June Jester is living at home town is Lawrenceville, was a ing) is teaching seventh grade
3931 Patricia St., Indianapolis, Ind. member of Delta Sigma Epsilon at ence and math at McArthur Juni
Eastern. The van Schaik address is High in Hollywood , Fla. She is al
Robert Lewis Lanman is a drafts- 112 Wenning St., Groenkloof, Pre- helping coach the swimming a
man with the Central Illinois Pub- toria, Union of South Africa. tennis teams for girls. Her addr
lic Service Co. His address is 601 is 18 Ronald Rd., Miami Garden
Dakota, Mattoon, Ill. 52 Forrest Harold Lile lives at Hollywood, Fla .
126 Raymond Ave ., Bar-
Max Monroe Syfert has moved rington, Ill . Rudy Lagesse (Mrs . James
to 652 · Cherry St., Rosewood Schauwecker) is teaching at Sull
Heights, East Alton, Ill. Paul Lloyd Siverly is serving as van High School in Chicago. Th
a pilot with the U. S. Navy. His ad- have a daughter, Jill, age l
Roy Otto Wade, Jr., is teaching dress is Lt. (j.g.) Paul Siverly, VW- months . The address is 7430
science in the Los Angeles schools. 16, Navy 14, c/ o FPO, San Fran- Paulina, Chicago 26, Ill.
His address is 1748 E. l st St., Long cisco, Calif.
Beach, Calif. Dorothy L. Graves is head dief
Richard E. Allison may now be cian in the Frank Elliott Dormit
Clara Fanakos writes: "I am still addressed at University Apart- for men at Ball State, Muncie, In
teaching at the Rock Island Senior ments, East 324, Bloomington, Ind. Her address is 402 N. Martin St.
High School. This year I was in- Muncie.
vited to join Delta Kappa Gamma." Sarah Caroline Porter (Mrs.
Her address is 2615 32nd St., Rock James Canny) has moved to Sa- Joe Patridge is in his secon
Island, Ill. dorus, Ill. year as a student of acting at th
Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena,
Robert 0. Rehbein writes that Florence Meyer (Mrs. Bert Her- Calif. He currently has the top role
he is attending the Dallas Theolog i- man, Jr.) writes: "My husband and in the Playhouse's production of
cal Seminary. He says that he has I have bought a farm three miles "The Death of Billy the Kid," and
been joined by another Eastern north of Mattoon. I am teaching at is appearing in the television ser·
alumnus, Bill Rennels, '56 of Char- Hawthorne School in Mattoon." ies, "Highway Patrol," starring
leston . His address is 3909 West The Herman address is R. R. l, Mat- Broderick Crawford. Patridge has
Church, Dallas, Tex. toon, Ill. been featured in 14 plays during
the past two years . His address i
Norma, Cougill (Mrs. Bill Groh · Jack Payan writes that he is at- Apt. 214, Park Cherokee, 1349
ler) lives at 430 N. 35th St., De- tending night school at the Illinois Cherokee Ave., Hollywood, Calif.
catur, Ill. Institute of Technology in Chicago.
His address is 3248 W. l 63rd St., Jerry Gordon Davis lives at 2327
Helen. Marie Penn (Mrs. Herbert Markham , Ill. Ann Arbor, Dallas 16, Tex.
H. Coslow) writes: "I have just
started my sixth year teaching· Harriet Carriker is teaching at David Henry Wilson is teaching
commerce at Lovington High the Johns Hill Junior High in De- at Cisne, Ill . His address is 439 E.
School. I am president of the Moul- N. Ave ., Flora, Ill .
trie County Education Association
this year ." Her address is Loving- 5 3 Anna Bruce is a mathemat-
ton , Ill. ics teacher at Arthur High
School. She will serve as a section
Wallace Jean Beadles may now recorder at the l Oth annual Con-
be addressed at 928 S. Prince St., ference on Elementary and Sec-
Princeton, Ind. ondary Mathematics to be held at
ISNU on April 6 . Her address is
Nancy Worner (Mrs. Theodore Arthur, Ill.
van Schaik) visited the Eastern
campus recently following a trip Glenn Robert Taylor may now
from her home in Pretoria, Union be addressed at B-4 Post Trailer
of South Africa. She has been Park, Aberdeen, Md.
studying at the University of Wis-
consin and has recently completed Veva B. Buchholz of 7737 Sun-
work on her Ph.D. degree in gene- set Dr., Elmwood Park, Ill ., writes
tics . She received a Master's degree that she is attending the Univer-
at Wisconsin in 1953. Mrs . van sity of Illinois and will receive her
Schaik's husband, Theodore, is a Master's degree in home econom-
professor of genetics at the Uni- ics in July 1957.
versity of Pretoria, South Africa .
The two met at the University of Richard D. Rowe may be addres-
Wisconsin where both were gradu- sed at 174 N. Arthur, Galesburg,
ate students. At their home in Pre- Ill . -
toria, Nancy spends most of her
time as a housewife. Because of Dorothy Ann Appleman (Mrs.
the language barriers that exist in Harry Burgener) writes that she is
that country, she is unable to be- teaching homemaking at Woodrow


Actor a second grade teacher at the
Ridge School, Arlington Heights,
Joe Patridge, former Eastern football star, has turned his talents to Ill.
acting . A veteran of numerous television roles, Patridge is now playing
in the pasadena Playhouse production of "The Death of Billy the Kid ." Margery Alter (Mrs. Frank Sala-
mone) writes: "Frank finishes med-
Wilson Junior High School .in De- Roy Olive is teaching in the ical school in April, 1957. I teach
catur. Harry graduated from East- school district at Jennings, Mo. third grade at Liberty School." The
ern in 1953, too. The Burgener ad- His address is 1203 Maple Dr., Salamone address is 734 N. 32nd
dress is 1026 W. Macon, Decatur, St. Louis, Mo. St., Milwaukee 8, Wis.

Ill. Anna Lee Collins writes that Bertha May Webb (Mrs. Junior
Donald Lee Michael is with the she is teaching physical education E. Beck) is in her fifth year as a
in the Annawan Community Unit third grade teacher in Bethany.
accounting department of the Ohio school, grades 3 through 12. This The Beck address is 408 N. Sey-
Oil Company. His address is 508 is her second year. Her address is mour St., Sullivan, Ill.
Trenton Ave·., Findlay, 0. Annawan, Ill.
E. Arthur Icenogle is starting his
Helen Joan Davis (Mrs. Norman Gail E. Menk may be addressed fourth year in California and en-
E. Krug) has moved from Brooklyn, at Box 85, Noble, Ill. joying the beautiful weather in the
N. Y. to GCA No. 22, Navy 14, Imperial Valley. His address is
FPO, San Francisco, Calif. Richard Hudnut lives at R. R. 3, 715 Preston Dr. North, Calexico,
Plainfield, Ill. Cal if.
Earl Tyrus Sawyer is a 6th grade
eacher. He lives at 201 S. Doug- Wanda Sue Maurer, of 407 Elm- Norman Endsley may be addres-
as, Villa Grove, Ill. : hurst Rd., Prospect Heights, Ill., is sed at 222 Granville, Bartonville,

James H. Cole is audio-visual
education director of the Lake
County (Ind .) Schools. His address
is 802 Clark St., Crown Point, Ind .

Carol Pullen lives at 106 E.
Green, Champaign, Ill. He is
working toward a Master's degree
in physical education at the Uni-
versity of Illinois. Mrs. Pullen is
the former Ettajane Jones, '53.

William R. McMullen is working
for an accounting firm in Chicago
and is attending Northwestern part-
time. His address is 663 Hawthorne
St., Elmhurst, Ill.

Ronald W. Polston is attending
law school at the University of Illi-
nois. His address is 305 W. Char-
les, Champaign, Ill.

Frederick M. Voigt is a produc-
tion supervisor with the General
Electric Company, Erie Works. The
plant employs some 10,000 per-
sons. His address is 8 Templeton
Ave., Girard, Penn.

Bob G. Miller is an Internal Rev-
enue agent with the Treasury De-
partment. His address is 514 S.
Washington, Taylorville, Ill.

Alva W. Harrison lives at 43 N.
DuBois, Elgin, Ill.

Phyllis Cordes (Mrs. Roger Ice-
nogle) may be addressed at 120
West Crave, Pittsfield, Ill.

Loren D. Blasse is working to-
ward an M.B.A. degree at the Uni-
versity of Indiana. He has a daugh-
ter, Lucy Ann, age 27 months .. The
Blasse address is 701 E. lOth St.,
Bloomington, Ind.


Betty J. Harrison (Mrs. Bobby Edward A. Brennan writes that Upper Pinellas County Schools.
Yaw) writes that she is teaching in they are enjoying a new home and address is 1569 Bayshore BI
Kansas, Ill. The Yaw address is 916 hope to go to Europe soon to con- Dunedin; Fla.
l 7th St., Charleston, Ill. tinue painting and teaching. The
Brennan address is 731 Chantry Bob Foltz is teaching chemist
Dorothy Mae Lambert (Mrs. Rich- Dr., La Habra, Calif. physics, and general science in
ard Shiley) writes: "Dick is work- Nashville High School. His add~
ing at the University of Illinois for Mary Alice Rigg has moved is Nashville, Ill.
the state geological survey. He is from Mt. Vernon to 616 Vine St.,
taking graduate work also ." Her Morris, Ill. Charlotte Miller lives at 2 GI
address is R. F. D. 1, Ogden, Ill. wood Pl., Aurora, Ill.
Mildred Emily Myers (Mrs. Per-
Donald Lee Griesemer is coach ington) lives at 307 W . Willic:im, Patricia Suhling is working as
at the Grayville High School. He Champaign, Ill. laboratory technician. Her addr
has two sons, ages 4 and 2. The is Bunker Hill, Ill.
Griesemer address is Grayville, Ill. Donald Decker has moved from
Columbia, S. C. to R. R. l, Broad- Marshall K. Kingery is an el
V. Louise Smith (Mrs. Jack Wick- lands, Ill. He writes: "I am teach- trical engineer. His address is 12
line) writes that her husband is em- ing vocal music ." Mrs. Decker is the Summer, Manchester, Tenn.
ployed by the Illinois Wool Mar- former Barbara Louise Jackson, '54.
keting Association as a field rep- Robert James Mieure writes th
resentative. Jack attended Eastern Phillip T. Thornton is in the army he is teaching industrial arts a
and received his B.S. degree at the and is stationed in Chicago. Prior is assistant coach at Bradley Hig
University of Illinois. The Wickline to the army he was teaching in the School. His address is 147 S. Was
address is Box 54, Mt. Zion, Ill. schools at Taylorville, Ill. His ad- ington St., Bradley, Ill.
dress is 11592 Front Ave., Chicago,
James Daniel Anderson may be Ill. D. M. Hannah lives at 207
addressed at 91 OV2 United St., Key Rockland Rd., Libertyville, Ill.
West, Fla. Gelen Duane Talley lives at
Longview, Ill. John B. Waggoner is employ
J ames A. Lynch has moved to by Brosam Homes, Inc. His ad
Covington, Ind. Charles Cletus Weirich is an ac- ress is 907 7th St., Charleston, Ill.
countant in the offices of the Olin-
Charles C. Harper received the Mathewson Corp., Alton, Ill. His Patricia Stanley (Mrs. Fran
Master of Science degree at the address is Bunker Hill, Ill. Pitol) writes that she is teachin
midyear convocation at the Uni- in the Mascoutah Grade School
versity of Illinois. Carolyn Louise Wilson (Mrs. The Pitol address is 918 Poplar
Louis Westfall) is a 1st grade teach- Mascoutah, Ill.
Reger Paul Claude may now be er in the Garfield School, Decatur.
addressed at 457 E. 27th St., Salt Her address is 163 Linden St., D~ Samuel C. VonBrock writes tha
Lake City, Utah. catur, Ill. he is attending the Art Cent
School of Los Angeles, Calif. H
Dave Cohrs is basketball coach Mervin Smart is teaching chem- is working on a Master of Profe
at Mooseheart High School. His ad- istry and mathematics in Herrick, sional Arts degree. His address i
dress is 211 N. Prairie, Batavia, Ill. Ill. His address is Box 183, Her- 307 S. Manhattan Pl., Los Angele
rick . 5, Calif.
54 Mildred "Midge" Seaman
(Mrs. Stan Wallace) has Paul Maxon is teaching driver Jerry Griffith is working on a
moved to 10841 Berkshire St., training in the high school at St. M.S. degree in speech correction a
Westchester, Maywood, Ill. Charles, Mo. His address is 9954 the University of Illinois. His ad-
Gloucester Dr., St. Louis, Mo. dress is Mahomet, Ill.
Donald L. Calvin, Ex-'54, writes:
"A short time ago I accepted a Eleanor E. Young (Mrs. Ted Por- Earl Shedlebower may be ad-
position as an attorney with the ter) may be add!essed at 1502 dressed at 422 S. Lincoln, Spring-
Securities Division of the Secretary Lawndale Plaza, Houston 23, Tex. field, Ill.
of State's Office. My office is locat-
ed in Room 113 of the Capitol Phyllis Diane Hardy (Mrs. Doug- Harold L. Fuller has moved to
building." Mrs. Calvin is the form- 1as Pierce) is a housewife at 1926 5511 S. E. Hawthorne Blvd., Port-
er Louise Peterson, Ex-'52 . The Cal- 'O' St., Merced, Calif. land, Ore.
vin address is 2603 E. Sherwood
Ave ., Springfield, Ill. Drury Dean Long lives at San Verne Bear of Roberts,
Jacinto, Calif. writes that he and Mrs. Bear
John Dively is currently presi- (Marilyn Diel, '54) are teaching in
dent of the Effingham Teachers As- Barbara Claire Weerts is teach- the Roberts-Thawville School Unit.
sociation. Mrs . Dively (Joyce Rey- ing home economics in the Chris- He is teaching 7th grade and is
nolds, '54) is teaching speech cor- man High School. Her address is elementary school coach . She is
rection iri the St. Elmo and Alta- Chrisman, Ill. teaching home economics.
mont schuols. The address is Alta-
mont, Ill. Vera Erleen Fredrickson (Mrs. Don McKee writes that he took
Joe Clay) lives at 625 S. Walter French in the summer school at
Paul Lamar Bales may be addres- Reed Dr., Arlington, Va. McGill University in Canada in the
sed at 1802 N. W. 11 th Rd., summer of 1956. Mrs. McKee
Gainesville, Fla. Mrs. Bales is the James Eugene Finical is teaching (Gail Easley, '55) is the speech cor-
former Shirley Jeanne Moore, '56. rectionist f o r t h e Petersburg
in the Shelbyville High School. His schools. The McKee address is 507
PAGE TWENTY N. 8th St., Petersburg, Ill.
address is 216 N. Walnut, Shelby-
William Gordon Fellers is teach-
ville, Ill. '

Barbara Ann - Hardin,' writes that

she is the speech therapist for the

ing business education. His address burg. The Greenhalgh address is at 200 E. Adams, Morton, Ill.
is 352 E. Landsford, Lancaster, l 08 W. Washington, Petersburg, Charles F. Matheny may be ad-
Cal if. Ill.
dressed at 65 A Melrose Ave., Mel-
55 Carolyn Je·an Little (Mrs. Carl A. York writes that he is in rose Gardens, Triangle, Va .
Smith) is a teacher in the St. his second year of teaching indus-
Elmo Junior High. Her address is trial arts at Pittsfield . His address Harold Lee Ballinger is living at
Fry Trailer Court, Shelbyville, Ill. is 315 W. Jefferson, Pittsfield, Ill. 5515 Pershing, Apt. 2-W, St. Lou is,
Roscoe · E. Wallace writes: "We Jerry D. Wyeth is teaching busi-
art living in Ohio where I am work- ness education at Newt<!ln. His ad- Aldelbert F. Bremicker h a s
ing as a civil service employee. My dress is 920 W. Washington, New- moved to 305 N. Walnut St. , Dan-
job is in the procurement field as ton, 111. ville, Ill.
a contract specialist." The Wallace
address is 273 Pat Lane, Fairborn, Douglas D. Brown may be ad- Patricia Sue Doty (Mrs . Cordes)
0. lives at Windsor, Ill.
dressed c/ o Bradley-Bourbonnais
William B. Reid is serving in the Robert Leroy Vogel may be ad -
U. S. Army . His address is Pfc., High School, Bradley, Ill. dressed at 2708 E. Poplar, Spring-
RA 17436185, Hq . Btry, 25 AAA Leo K. Ruley writes: "I am now field, Ill.
Bn., APO 227, New York, N. Y.
in my second year as Pastor of the Julia Lyons writes: "I am teach-
Neal R. Flynn is teaching mathe- Bunker Hill Cuhrch of God at Buda . ing second grade in the Hinsdale
matics and physics in the Fairfield I have also been recently appoint- school. We have a new building."
Community High School. He is al- ed a member of the board of edu- Her address is 628 York Rd., Hins-
so freshman and sophomore athle- cation for the Churches of God in dale, Ill.
tic coach. His address is Fairfield, Illinois. This group directs the edu-
11 i. cational requirements for minister- Jesse A. Flinn writes: "I accept-
ial students throughout the United ed the call to be assistant pastor
Nelson F. Leo, Jr. writes: "I re- States." His address is Box 111, of the First Baptist Church of Glas-
ceived my Master of Science de- Buda, Ill. ford. I also teach the seventh grade
gree from Southern Illinois Univer- in Peoria . I am enjoyi119 teaching
sity in 1956 with a major in geog- William Laymon (M.S. '56) is very much." His address is 400
raphy. At present I am in the grad- teaching industrial arts. His ad- Poplar St., Glasford, Ill.
uate school at the University of dress is Box 29, Burlington, Ill.
Illinois." His address is 600112 S. Sister Marie Therese (M.S. '56)
Prairie, Champaign, Ill. Taney Cochran (Mrs . Fred Fink- writes that their present school en-
biner) has moved from Honolulu, rollment is 2000. Her address is
Lloyd Sager is an elementary Hawaii, to R. R. 2, Palestine, Ill. 5252 Maple Dr., Baton Rouge 5,
principal at Noble, Ill. He writes: La .
"This is my thirteenth year here. Victoria ''Vicki" Waller is teach-
We have sixteen classroom teach- ing home economics at Arlington John T. McGinnis is attending
ers, a band, and a vocal music Heights High School. Her address the University of Tennessee and
teacher." His address is Noble, Ill. is 335 N. Schubert, Palatine, Ill. working at Oak Ridge. His address
is 1413 Island Ave ., Knoxville,
David Fonner is working in civil 5 6 Thomas E. Austin is en- Tenn.
service at Chanute AFB, Ill. His route to Germany as part of
address is 922 E. Orleans St., Pax- ' ' O p e r a t i o n Gyroscope," the Francis X. Vogel is in the U. S.
ton, Ill. Army's unit rotation plan. He is a Army. His address is Company
member of the 6th Transportation "A", l st BT., 3rd Tng. Rgt., Ft.
Rollin David Andrews, Ill is a Battal ion, Fort Eustis, Va . His home Leonard Wood, Mo.
surveyor w ith the Ohio Oil Com- address is 401 Plum St., Mt. Car-
pany . His address is 217 S. Webs- mel, Ill. Marilyn Nicol writes that she is
ter St., Robinson, Ill. teaching business education at
Richard L. Livengood is serving Marshal I. Her address is 514 N.
Lewis Joseph Ratcliff lives at in the U. S. Army and has recently 7th St., Marshall, Ill.
238 S. 5th, Beach Grove, Ind . started his fifth week of basic train-
ing . His address is Co. "A", 60th Marilyn Fears is a TWA airl ine
Beverly Hershbarger (Mrs . Bob lnf. Regt., Fort Carson, Colo. hostess flying out of Kansas City.
Miller) writes: "Bob and I have Her address is 525 E. Armour,
moved to Villa Grove where I am James Emmett Foley lives at Kansas City, Mo.
teaching English at the high school. 1304 N. Astor, Chicago l 0, Ill.
Bob is with the News-Gazette in Marshall Durbin is taking grad-
Champ'aign ." The Miller address is Wanda Lea Knowles is a music uate work at Louisiana State Uni-
106 Richman, Villa Grove, Ill. teacher at Elm School in Elmwood versity . His address is Pan Ameri-
Park. Her address is 2147 N. 77th can House, LSU, Baton Rouge, La .
Arnold Gene Franke is currently Ct., Elmwood Park, Ill.
serving in the U. S. Navy. Ens. Roberta Hope Hiaa is a secre-
Franke's address is USS Charles S. Kenneth Lee Tucker may be ad- tary for Popham and Paris attor-
Sperry, DD 697, c/ o FPO, New dressed at 113 E. Houghton St., neys in Charleston . Her address is
York, N. Y. Tuscola, Ill. 44 State St., Charleston, Ill.

Sandra De Atley (Mrs . Stanley George Herbert Kantner is teach - Fred Davison is working as a tax
Greenhalgh) is teaching in Peters- ing 6th grade in the Lincoln School analyst for State Farm Mutual. His
at Aurora . His address is 506 address is Heyworth , Ill.
Grand Ave., Aurora, Ill.
Henry L. Payne is teaching . His
Joseph Richard O'dell is living address is 203 W. Ohio St., Ob-
long, Ill.


Morris Weaver writes that he is Paul S. Halsey, Jr. is working for 1957 at Areola . Mrs . Garner is
working for the Internal Revenue the U. S. Industrial Chemical Co., teacher at the Valier High Sch
Service. His address is 301 W. a division of National Distillers and he is engaged in farming ne
Monroe, Bloom ington, Ill . at Tuscola. His address is R. R. l, Crossville.
Charleston, Ill.
Bruce Knicley is teaching sci- Miss LeAlice Dempsey of Sprin
ence, mathematics, a· n d history, Marjorie Mae Burkett is teach- field, Ill ., and Max I. Briggs on
and coaching at Oakland High ing homemaking . Her address is cember 29, 1956 in Springfiel
School. His address is Oakland, Ill . 131 West Corbin, Bethalto, Ill. Mrs . Briggs is an instructor a
Memorial Hospital School of Nu
Robert Eugene Thrash is serving Clark Lqden writes: "Dixie (Mul- ing and he is on .the faculty
with the U. S. Marines. Lt. Thrash's linax, '56) and I are teaching in Lanph ier High School. Their a~
address is 36 Lummus Lane, Thom- Winnebago. She has the vocal dress is 1204V2 S. Spring St.
ason Park, Triangle, Va . music and I am assistant coach plus Springfield, Ill.
social studies and driver training."
Mary K. Roosevelt is teaching Nadine Sperandio and
physical education. Her address is Rebecca Allen (Mrs . Donald Brumleve on August 4, 1956. Their
1909 Lakewood Dr., Wilmington, Moore) writes: "My husband and I address is 38 Sioux Dr., Spring-
Ill. are in pre-med at Washington Uni- field, Vt.
versity." The Allen address is 316
Bernard J. Moretto, Jr. is direct- Laurel St., St. Louis 12, Mo. Miss Mary Lee Holmes and Wil·
or of music at the Fairmont Ele- liam Henry Reineke in December
mentary School. His address is Margery Lucile Malkson is an 1956. Mrs . Reineke will receive her
303 Bridgett St., Westville, Ill. elementary music supervisor. Her degree from Eastern in June 1957.
address is Cedar St., Allegan, Mich.
Kendall A. Thompson is working 54 Orpha Catherine Bower of
in inventory control for the Elec- George E. Dunlap may be ad- Charleston and Lewis Goek·
tric Steel Foundry Company, Dan- dressed at 3747 W. 2 l 3th Pl., Mat- !er of Marshall, Ill ., in July 1956.
ville. His address is 411 N. Ver· teson, Ill . Mrs . Goekler is home adviser for
milion, Danville, Ill. Effingham County. Mr. Goekler is
Henry Allen Carter is serving in in the U. S. Air Force and is sta-
Rosemarie Orlea Lang (Mrs. the U. S. Marine Corps. Lt. Carter tioned at Howard Air Force Base,
Donald F. Lang) is teaching in Mat· may be addressed at Cedar Knoll, Canal Zone.
toon. Her address is Trailer 24, Dumfries, Va .
Ttailerville, EISC, Charleston, Ill. Betty Louise Newlin and Archie
Loretta G. Schwartz writes that Ray Linn on July 21, 1956 in Chi·
Carol S. Lieder is a student medi- her permanent address is 44288 cago. Mrs. Linn is employed by the
cal technologist at the Memorial Shearer Dr., Plymouth, Mich. Quaker Oats Research Laboratory
Hospital in Springfield. Her ad- in Barrington, Ill. He is employed
dress is 519 W. Herndon, Spring- Nelson Eugene Zimmer is serv- by the Barrington Tree Service.
f ield , Ill. ing in the U. S. Army. His home They are living at 903 Cookane
address is Windsor, Ill. Ave., Elgin, Ill.
Jackie Lee Haines is coaching at
Re dmon Junior High, Brocton, Ill . Don Paul Woods is living at 55 Miss Carolyn Duncan of
1164 W. Forrest, Decatur, Ill . Indianapolis, Ind., and Ar-
Russell John Halbrook is em- thur Boyd Fox on December 23,
ployed by Caterpillar at the De- Robert Allan Borich is serving in 1956 in the Meridian Heights Pres-
catur Plant. His address is Box 224, the U. S. Army. His address is byterian Church in Indianapolis.
Tower Hill, Ill. Hdq., Det. 504th Sig. Bn ., Ft.
Huachuco, Ariz. His home address Miss Peggy Carlton and Robert
Reed Evelyn Girl (Mrs . Jasper) i3 8200 Blackstone, Chicago, Ill. Edwin Nippe. He is teaching and
may be addressed at Modernaire coaching in the Octavia Junior High
Trailer Court, 125 W. Pershing Rd ., Weddings School at Colfax, Ill. Their address
Decatur, Ill. is P. 0 . Box 251, Colfax, Ill .
43 Marcia J. Levitt, Ex-'43, and
Shirley June Bullard is a teacher Bill B. Fidler on February Marjorie Erb and Elmer Miller
at Danville, Ill . Her address is 922 14, 1957, in Charleston. Mrs . Fid- on November 17, 1956. Mrs. Mil-
Vermilion St., Danville, Ill. ler is employed in the public rela- ler is teaching in the Sidell elemen-
tions-alumni office at Eastern and tary school. Mr. Miller is farming.
Russell J. Greenberg works in he is business manager of the Zim- They are living at Ridge Farm, Ill.
the inventory control section of the merman Chevrolet Co. in Charles-
Food Machinery and Chemical ton. Their address is 6 Lincoln St., 56 Shirley Jeanne Moore and
Corp ., Hoopeston . His address is Charleston, Ill. Paul Bales ('54) on Decem-
702 W. Lincoln St., Hoopeston, ber 9, 1956 in the First Baptist
Ill. 51 Mary Patton and Charles Church in Mattoon, Ill . He is en-
Knill on December 22, 1956. rolled in the graduate school at the
Robert Eugene Taylor is teach- They are living in Sellman, Md . University of Florida. Their address
ing in Roosevelt Junior High . His
address is 741 Cerro Gordo, San 53 Joan Frantz, of Tuscola,
Diego, Calif. Ill., and Henry "Bud" Gar-
ner of Carmi, Ill ., on February 16,
Royal Dean Van Tassel is teach-
ing at Neoga, Ill.

Dan Gene Long is employed by
the National Oil Supply Co. His
address is 408 W. Elm St., Olney,
Ill .


is 1802 N. W. l lth Rd ., Gaines- 1956. She is teaching the fifth Keith, born November 14, 1956.
ville, Fla . grade at Central School in Olney. Mrs . Sinclair is the former Marilyn
They live at 921 E. Main, Olney, Harris, '55. The Sincla ir address is
Miss Jeanette Morris of Sullivan, Ill . 104 W. Condit, Robinson , Ill.
Ill., and Leon Cochran, also of Sul -
livan . Mrs. Cochran is employed in Births Mr. and Mrs . Lester E. Wieties
the office of A. W. Cash Valve (Vera Myers) have a daughter, Mil-
Mfg. Co. He is serving in the U. S. 4 0 Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. An- dred Ruth, born July 21, 1956.
Army. Their address is R. R. l, Sul - derson announce the birth Their address is 57 Bonn ie Ct.,
livan, Ill. of a daughter on March 15, 1957. Springfield, Ill.
The Andersons live at 403 E.
Miss Jacqueline Hayes of Lov- Court St., Paris, Ill . Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hutson
ington, N. Mex . and Max Dye (Marilyn. Jean Reed) have a son,
of Louisville, Ill. Mrs . Dye is a grad- Mr. and Mrs . Lloyd Hendershot, Randell Lee, born at Mattoon, Ill. ,
uate of Southern Illinois University. Ex-'40, of Newman, formerly of March 8, 1957. The Hutson address
They Iive at l 043 "E" Ave ., Na- Hume, have twin daughters, Mary is R. R. 2, Westfield , Il l.
tional City, Calif. Ruth and Mary Ruby, born March
20, 1957, at the Jarman Hospital, Mr. and Mrs . Elmer Jamnik have
Loretta Schwartz and Harold L. Tuscola . Their address is Newman a son , William Keith , born Novem-
Van Bonn of Northville, Mich ., on Ill . I ber 19, 1956. Mrs . Jamnik is the
December 29, 1956. Mr . Van Bonn former Nancy Defibaugh, '54.
is presently serving in the U. S. 41 Dr. and Mrs. William W. Their address is 1102 N. Pra irie,
Army at Fort Chaffee, Ark. Her Thomas of Newton have Joliet, Ill .
address is Ashmore, Ill. twin boys, David and Mark, born
March 21, 1957 at the Richland Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crona
Miss Roberta Sue Gibbs of St. County Hospital in Olney. Mrs . (Betty Mae Frew) have a son , Tod
Petersburg , Fla., and Thomas E. Thomas is the former Martha Fran- Alan, bom January 21, 1957. Mr.
Austin, of Mt. Carmel, Ill ., on De- ces Husted, '43 . Their address is Crona is a member of the English
cember 27, 1956. Mrs. Austin at- 603 Jourdan, Newton, Ill. department of the high school in
tended Eastem for three years. He Monte Vista, Colo. The Crona ad-
is in the U. S. Army stationed at 42 Mr. and Mrs . Harry Prather dress is 521 Adams St., Monte
Ft. Eustis, Va . They live at 1303 of Oblong, Ill., have a son , Vista, Colo.
Westover Ave., Norfolk, Va . Robert Charles, born February 11 ,
1957. Mr. Prather is principal of 51 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cox
Betty Joan Moore of Charleston, the Oblong Township High Schoo.I. have a daughter born De-
Ill ., and Hugh Van Gordon Beck of This is their fourth child. The cember 15, 1956. Their address is
Nyack, N. Y., on July 29, 1956 in Prather address is 107 E. Wiscon- 735 Buchanan St., Charleston, Ill.
Charleston, Ill. Their address is sin , Oblong , Ill.
Baudette, Minn. Mr. and Mrs . Quentin V. Sparks
48 Mr. and Mrs . Charles E. have twin daughters, Jan and
Donna Jeannine Shoulders and Buzzard of Burbank, Calif., Joan, born August 28, 1956. They
Gene Phillip Moore, both of have a son , Thomas Guy, born De- have another daughter, Julie, age
Bridgeport, Ill ., on November 22 , cember 7, 1956. Mr. Buzzard is 2, and a son, Jeff, age 4 . Mrs.
1956. Mr. Moore is a graduate of supervisor of the National Broad- Sparks is the former Shirley Wal-
the University of Illinois and is casting Company Film Exchange in ton, '51 . The Sparks address is
principal and coach of the Bridge- Hollywood, Calif. The Buzzards 1536 S. Rawleigh Ave., Freeport,
port Junior High School. She is live at 636 N. Fairview St., Bur- Ill.
teaching second grade in the Ar- bank, Calif.
lington Elementary School in Law- 52 Mr. and Mrs. Richard A.
renceville. They live at 1114 S. Dr. and Mrs . Raymond Metter of Davis have twin sons, Rich-
Ninth St., Lawrenceville, Ill . Tulsa, Okla., have a daughter born ard Scott and William Bard, born
January 3, 1957. The Metters have March 3, 1957 at Urbana, Ill. Mrs .
Marilyn Taylor of Sullivan, Ill. , another child, a son, Johnnie, age Davis is the former Marilyn Macy,
and Craig Watkins of Arthur, Ill., 3. Their address is 6731 E. 26th '53 . Their address is 425 Fairlawn
on July 15, 1956 in Sullivan. Mrs. Place, Tulsa 14, Okla. Dr., Urbana, Ill.
Watkins is teaching in the Arthur
Elementary School. He is engaged 49 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Inyart 53 Mr. and Mrs. Dean Metter
in farming and is employed by the have a daughter born Jan- (Sylve Catherine Michlig)
Illinois Farm Supply Company. uary 30, 1957. The Inyart address have a son born in February 1957.
Their address is Box 687, Arthur, is 1705 l 8th St., Charleston, Ill. The Metter address is Apt. l 4B,
Ill. Campus City, Charleston , Ill.
5 0 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sin-
Claudia Lashbrook and Donald clair have a son, Stanley Mr. and Mrs . Richard Reynolds
Allen Morgan on November 23, have a daughter, Kathy Lou , born
February 20, 1957. Mrs. Reynolds
is the former Marie Alfidi, ' 56.


Eastern Begins Search For 'Lost' Alumni

Since Eastern first opened its ates. However, the Alumni Office Alumni Office would appreciate
doors in 1899, some 35,000 stu- is now. planning to expand that receiving that information. Wher-
dents have enrolled for courses. file so as to record and maintain ever possible, complete and cur-
More than 5,000 of those enrolling the current addresses of as many rent addresses would be most val-
have graduated, receiving either Eastern alumni as can be located. uable. However, the Alumni Of-
two of four-year degrees . The re- fice is also interested in obtaining
maining 30,000 attended for var- Current files contain the addres- incomplete information that might
ious periods of time ranging from ses of approximately 4,700 alumni. lead to the location of any of the
one day to any period short of It is hoped that this list of alumni listed alumni. If it is known that
four years. can be expanded to contain at any of the persons listed are de-
least 15,000 addresses. ceased, that information would be
All persons matriculating at appreciated.
Eastern are alumni. As stated in Listed on this page and follow-
Article 111 of the Constitution of the ing pages of the magazine are the When forwarding information
Eastern Illinois State College Alum- names of several hundred alumni concerning the "lost" alumni,
ni Association, "Membership of the whose whereabouts are unknown. please refer to the name• and year
Eastern Illinois State College Alum- A number of the persons listed are as shown in the following list.
ni Association shall consist of any- undoubtedly deceased. T h o s e Mail all information to: Alumni
one who (1) has matriculated but names listed do not in any way Office, Eastern Illinois State Col·
who has not received a degree represent a complete roster of lege, Charleston, Ill.
from Eastern Illinois State College alumni for any one year, but are
and is not currently enrolled as a merely a sampling. Additional 1900
regular, full-time student on cam- lists will be carried in future is- Alexander, Charles
pus, and (2) has received a degree sues of the magazine. Alexander, Mrs. Elsie Knight
or diploma, whether or not he is Allison, Vinnie May
currently enrolled." Names are listed alphabetically Ames, Gertrude
under the year in which they en- Anderson, James Lewis
It has been the policy of the rolled at Eastern. A name in par- Armstrong, John William
Alumni Office to date to keep an enthesis indicates a married name. Ashby, Grace
address file containing only the
names of two and four year gradu- If a subscriber of the Eastern (Continued on next page)
Alumnus knows the whereabouts
of any of the persons listed, the

Their address is R. R. 3, Charleston, in Denver, Colo. The Riegel ad- for the past 35 years. He was born
Ill. dress is 1756 W. Masier, Denver, in Ashmore Township, son of Mr.
Colo. and Mrs. Orson D. Boyer and at-
54 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shoe- tended Eastern. He later was grad-
maker (Joan. Sudduth) have Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young have a uated from Kirksville College of
a daughter, Benita Gail, born Feb- son born January 30, 1957, at Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. He
ruary 9, 1957.· The Shoemaker ad- Terre Haute, Ind. The Young ad- practiced in Tuscola one year. Af-
dress is Plainfield, Ind. dress is 219 S. Central, Casey, Ill. ter returning from World War I,
he moved to Philadelphia where
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maudlin (Joan 56 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. he had offices with an uncle, Dr.
Wills) have a daughter, Teresa Chapman have a son, Dan- Paul Snyder. Survivors include his
Annette, born August 28, 1956. iel Parker, born December 11, wife, and two daughters, Mrs.
Their address is R. R. 1, George- 1956. Their address is l 0 Enlow Thomas Shaw and Mrs. Wallace
town, Ill. Dr., Decatur, Ill. Brown.

55 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Faller Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Rankin 51 Kenneth W. McPeak, died
have a daughter born Jan- have a son, Kenneth Duane, born in a St. Louis hospital on
uary 8, 1957, in Mattoon, Ill. The January 18, 1957, in Granite City, March 18, 1957. He was an indus-
Faller address is 1514 Oklahoma, Ill. Mr. Rankin is industrial arts in- trial arts teacher at Mattoon High
Mattoon, Ill. structor at the· Venice Community School. Mr. McPeak is survived by
High School, Venice, Ill. his wife, Beverly, and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barkley Brenda and Teresa.
(Clare Emmerich) have a daughter In Memoriam
born in February 1957. Their ad- 56 Lloyd Nathan Kingery, 27,
dress is R. R. 2, Oblong, Ill. 13 W. Brent Boyer, 61, died on . Neoga, died in August
February 12, 1957 in Phila- 1956. He was employed as a Food
Mr. and Mrs . Robert M. Riegel delphia, Pa., where he had lived and Drug Inspector. Survivors in-
(Imogene Shryock) have a son, clude his wife and son.
Mark Howard, born March 4, 1957,


Ash.worth, Flora Ashworth, Berta Adams, Ella Mae
Bails, Nora Ashworth, Inez Alexander, Virgie Helen
Balter, Gertrude Annette Alexander, Winnie Louise
Balter, Ida Christina 1906 Alfred, Okel Ruth
Adams, Chlora Allen, Jonathan Driscoll
1901 Adkins, Frances Allen, Tobitha Kather ine
Adams, John Clinton Anders, Mary Allison, Irma Marie
Adams, · Stella Anderson, Mrs. Leah Adelaide Allison, John Clifton
Alexander, Gertrude Logan Anderson, Benjamin Franklin
Andrew, Lulu Mable Applegate, Malinda Ellen
Andrews, Gertrude Armantrout, Myrtie Frances 1912
Archer, John J. Babbitt, Bertha ldola Adkins, Blanche
Askin, Henry Barbre, Ethel Adkins, Dacia
Bails, Ella Bassham, Mrs . Lela Mae Harvey Albin, Leta Faye
Baird, Bina R. Alblinger, John
Balter, Clara 1907 Albright, Dorothy Mabel
Balter, Margaret Katherine Allen, Maude Alexander, Lola Hazel
Balter, Mayme Allen, Wesley Alka, Eber Ernest
Anderson, Mabel Allison, Mrs. Oma Ruth Reed
1902 Anderson, Josie (Mary Allman, Delmar Isaac
Apple, W. R. Josephine) Amick, Anna Myrtle
Armstrong, Lulu Anderson, William Earl
Arterburn, Lue Ila Andrews, Coilla 1913
Atherton, lnis Armstrong, Frances A. Abrams, William Clarence
Atherton, Lona Armstrong, Margaret Acord, Lola Ethel
Ault, Vena Armstrong, Ruby Elizabeth Adams, Bertha Louise
Ault, Verna Mary Athon, Tryphena Ruby Adams, _Lillian Catherine
Austin, Jesse H. Alexander, Esther Blanche
Baker, William E. 1908 Allison, Henrietta Bernice Clem
Abel, Carrie Frances Anderson, Eunice Vivian
1903 Adair, Ethel Fern Anderson, Mattie Lelah
Adair, James Edwin Akeman, Velma Pauline Anderson, Morton Edwin
Adams, Idell Allison, Worth Arthur Anderson, Paul Wright
Admiral, Helen Anderson, Lela Myrtle
Albers, Lena Angleton, James Hugh 1914
Albers, Susie C. Applegate, Margaret Acton, Jessie Louise
Apple, Blanche E. Archibald, Mary Kirkwood Adair, Charles Town
Baker, Willie W. Ashby, Merle Adams, Blanche Irene
Balch, Eva Adams, Ruth Delilah
Balch, Helen 1909 Adler, Genevieve
Adams, Mary Ellen Alexander, Elijah
1904 Albin, Lela Alexander, Elsie Vadna
Albright, Ethel Isabelle Allen, Carrie Alice
Adams, Frank Alexander, Ada Elzura Allison, Helen Mary
Allen, Oran K. Andrews, Margaret Pauline Ambrose, Agatha
Austin, Clarence Armstrong, Clarence M.
Babbs, Gladys Aten, Margot Agnes 1915
Bailey, Pearl Bacon, Adda May Abell, Eva Beatrice
Baker, Fred Raymond Bacon, Vera Pearl Acord, Gladys Marie
Barrick, Grace Maurene Bails, Erle Redwine Adams, Fern Anne
Barringer, Edna Allen, Charles Moore
Batty, Gretta Marie 1910 Allen, Charlotte
Allen, Zella Osburga Allen, Peter Albert
1905 Andrus, lvalu Seiler Allen, Rachel Willie
Angleton, Mrs. Bessie Minnis Ames, Grace Gertrude
Adkins, Berthal Angleton, Jay B. Ameter, June Carolyn
Adkins, Lewis R. Apple, Clay Richard Anderson, Alice Dora
Ahlers, Ella· 0 . Arnold, Marguerite Grace
Ames, Inez E. Arterburn, Mrs . Nora Belle 1916
Anderson, Carrie May Redmon
Angleton, Amy D. Arterburn, Pauline Abbott, Pearl
Apple, Lilly Aschermann, Stella Opal Abel, Mary Etta (Mrs. Fox)
Armstrong, Mrs. Dora Ashworth, Forrest Ray Abernathy, Mrs. Livia
Armstrong, Gladys Adkins, Alta Fayetta
Arnold, Mrs. Iona Tankersley 1911 Albert, Ina Huldah
Arterburn, Jessie Abshier, Lucy Jane · Alles, Cecil
Ashbaugh, Edwin


Allison, William Benton Alsip, lcephine Catherine Anderson, Alice Eaton
Allred, Mabel Fern Anderson, Ervin Theodore Anderson, Katie Almira Myers
Alsop, Stella Maud Andrews, Maurice Gammill Anderson, Lelah (Mrs. Allen)
Alvey, lrtys Alfred
Anderson, Ethel Winnifred 1922 1927
Adkins, Hazel Alice Alexander, John. Raymond
1917 Aitken, Edna, Elizabeth Alverson, Lilian Edith
Abel, Beulah Frances Akeman, Clara Bernice Ames, Marion Robert ·
Adkins, Carroll Emerson Allentharp, Cecile Anderson, George Washington
Alkire, Frances Minnie Anderson, Arnold C. Anderson, Spenscer Elwell
Anderson, Nelle Jane Anderson, Clausie Anspach, Thomas Raymond
Anderson, Sumner Morgan Anderson, George Wilbert Arbuckle, Hannah Elizabeth
Armstrong, Ralph A. Anderson, Lois Irene Hawker
Ashurst, Elizabeth Marie Anderson, William Milton Arbuckle, Helen Marie
Bahr, Greta Mildred Anthony, Mrs. Pauline Gordon Armes, Helen
Bailey, Mary Elizabeth Arnold, Mrs. Clovia Mildred
Baker, Edward Waldo 1923 Hillard
Adams, Esther Evadna
1918 Adams, Etheal Ernestine 1928
Abell, Reba Gertrude Akeman, Ina Mae Adams, Hazel Jane
Adams, Mary Ellen Akeman, Nine Fae Ahlberg, Dorothy Marie
(Mrs. Edwards) Alexander, Frances Mae Ahlfield, Sara Marie
Akin, Edna May Amend, Lucile Irene (Mrs. Gaede)
Alka, Katherine Elizabeth Anderson, Mrs. Mona Chisnhall Albers, Vernon Leroy
Allen, Earl Ethan Anderson, Thomas Ervin Alexander, Ruth Bernice
Allen, Mrs. Florence Edith Smith Andrews, Bunnie Veach Allen, Dorothy Jane (Mrs. Grant
Alt, Marie Andrews, Thelma Mae Allen, Forrest Richard
Anderson, Daisy Martha Andrews, Verna Olive Allison, Myra Gertrude
Anderson, Olive Elizabeth Altom, Pauline Fern
Armstrong, Bessie Edna 1924 Ames, Howard Kenneth
Abell, Chris Hines Anderson, Mrs . Donatta Jeane
1919 Ackert, Mrs. Marion Catherine Bishop
Ainsworth, Anna Lucile Snively Anderson, Ivan Rayburn
Albert, Paul Mathew Adams, Mary Margaret Anderson, Stella May Janes
Albin, Dorothy Christine Adams, Verna Wright Andrews, Helen Margaret
Allen, Emily Katherine Akers, Mrs . Irene Fry Andrews, Irma Louise
Allen, Tura Alblinger, Eugene Charles Archey, Floyd Earl
Alley, Beulah Irene Alexander, Elizabeth Frances
Allison, Nancy Eleanor Allee, Sara Jane 1929
Anderson, Herbert Spencer Allison, Arthur Adams, Juanita Celestine
Andrews, Winifred Ambuehl, Elizabeth Aurelia Adkisson, Mrs . Florence Ella
Andrus, Mary Marghurite Ammerman, Everett Paul Crandall
Albers, Elva Leslie
1920 1925 Anderson, Ruth Foster
Adams, Domenic Acklin, Mrs. Cecil Kurby Arbuckle, Inez Ferne
Adams, Eber C. Acklin, Gordon Ross (Mrs. Poole)
Adams, Myrtle Marie Rich Adams, Alice· Fern Allen Archibald, Mable Ellen
Adamson, Hazel Dell Adams, Florence Irene Ashby, Viola Martha
Akeman, Waiverly Jeannette Albert, Robert Leslie Ashworth, William Oscar
Akers, Lola Candace Albert, Mrs. Zelma Irene Askins, Flossie Irene
Allen, Ruth Elizabeth Allen, Alice Fern (Mrs. Adams) Bail, Geneva
Anderson, Mrs. Minnie Rosela Allsop, Ethel Cathryn
Barkalow Brown Ames, Delbert Monroe 1930
Anderson, Pansy Lee Anderson, Albert Leonard Abraham, James
Ankenbrandt, Mrs. Leota Anderson, Mrs. Bonnie Drake Albert, Mildred Marie
Hallene Stanhope Allard, Gerald Franklin
1926 Allen, Mary Edith
1921 Adams, Elizabeth Emaline Allen, Rex Wa.yne
Abraham, Crystal Lorraine Albin, Bonnie Viola (Maley) Ambrose, Julia Beatrice
Adams, Lillian Slemin - Alexander, Mrs. Opal Lloyd Anderson, Coral Hagan
Adams, Mary Amanda Allen, Eunice Irene Arbuckle, Yerian
Adkins, Evelyn Vera Allen, Jed Armstrong, Cassius
Agnish, Anastasia Allen, Lelah Anderson Armstrong, J. Dale
Allen, Daisy Isabel Ames, Mrs . Ethel Ve·re Leamon Aulabaugh, Della Britten
Allen, Sara E. (Mrs. Blythe) Aulabaugh, Pauline Ethel


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