Oct. 28, 2004
Agne, a senior from Tipton, Iowa, and Taera
Stille, a senior from George, Iowa, were crowned the 2004
Homecoming king and queen by Morningside College students
on Thursday, Oct. 28, during ceremonies at Eppley
Agne, son of son
of Steve and Mary Agne, is majoring in business administration
with an emphasis in human resources and marketing and a minoring
in advertising. He is the student advocate for Student Government
and is involved in the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, Society
for Human Resources Management (SHRM), and Ad Club.
of Dr. Lane and Marilyn Stille, is majoring in biology and
minoring in chemistry. She is the secretary for Student Government
and is involved in Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, Student
Alumni Association, and the College Republicans. She is a
student ambassador and the head resident of Dimmitt Hall and
has been accepted into the physician assistant program at
Des Moines University after graduating from Morningside.
Candidates for queen
were Stille; seniors Lindsie Honsbruch of Danbury,
Iowa; Jacqueline Kinnetz of Emmetsburg, Iowa;
and Shelby Terrell of Ottumwa, Iowa.
Candidates for king
were Agne; seniors Dustin Cooper of Sioux City; Andy
Eberhardt of Sioux City; and Derrick Ortman of
were juniors Beth Watson of Elk Horn, Iowa, and Tyler
Vaudt of Rembrandt, Iowa; sophomores Danielle Korner
of Schleswig, Iowa, and Tim Moose of Garnavillo, Iowa;
and freshmen Joyce Smith of Decatur, Ga., and Tobias
Tessmer of Magdeburg, Germany.
were Dr. Susan Burns, assistant professor of psychology,
and Dr. Bruce Forbes, professor and department chair
of religious studies.
The coronation event
was sponsored by Randall's Formal Wear, which donated tuxedoes
for the homecoming court. A talent show and lip sync contest
followed the coronation.