Successful is . . . The Corporation
THE MOST REVEREND
RALPH LEO HAYES, S.T.D.
THE RT. REV. MSGR.
PAUL D. MOORE, V.G., P.A.
THE RT. REV.
MR. P. D. ADLER
THE RT. REV. MSGR. A. J. BURKE Clinton, Iowa
MR. W. P.
RT. REV. MSGR.
C. H. MEINBERG
Iowa City, Iowa
MR. F. H.
MR. J. M.
MR. J. R. MURPHY
REV. E. P. SEIDEL
Ft. Madison, Iowa
MR. J. F. HYNES
J. E. KOKJOHN
Reverend Joseph E. Kokjohn,
newly appointed Vice-President of
St. Ambrose, succeeds Rev. F. J. Mc-
Mahan, who retains his duties as
Dean of the College.
Rev. Kokjohn received his B.A. degree from St. Ambrose…
F. J. McMAHAN
Dean of the College
After a term as Acting President
of St. Ambrose College, Reverend
F. J. McMahan resumed his duties
as Dean of the College in September,
Father McMahan has spent his
priestly life at St. Ambrose…
Problems Receive Attention From:
MR. THOMAS GRADY, BA.
COLONEL CARROLL J. WILLIAMS,
U.S.A. Retired, Advisor to the President
on Financial Affairs. B.A., St. Ambrose
College. On Board of Governors of Iowa
College Foundation, Vice-President of…
Calendar Governs Office Schedules
MISS L. JUANITA
REV. FRED A. VERBEKMOES, B.A.,
St. John's University. Manager of College
Bookstore and the Catholic Supply Center.
Member of National Association of College
MISS ELEANOR L. KOESTER, M.S.L.P.
Academic Growth Encouraged by Library... and by Development
Ambrosians and the Community
are kept informed about the activities of the College and the Alumni
Association through the Public Relations Department. An…
Mrs. Marjorie Boland
Mrs. Grace Ough
Dean of Men
Mrs. Belva Mrs. Joy Hertzenberg Mrs. Louise Klingman
ST. AMBROSE ALUMNI . . . Interest, Enthusiasm
Executive Committee of the Alumni Association. Front Row: Ray Tangen, '50; George VanderVennett, '30; Helen Riedesel, '59; Art
Moore, Jr., '40, 1965 President; Monsignor Menke, '34; …
350 Alumni and Faculty enjoy the Homecoming dinner.
One of the finest assets of any
college is the Alumni Association.
At St. Ambrose — with alumni in
49 of the 50 states and also in more
than 20 foreign countries, the College is well represented…