The Triad Club's 50th Anniversary portrait included the following members: Front row: Chuck Peckham, Delmer Goode, Dale Kirk, Ken Munford, Harry Freund, Jeff Rodgers, Herm Scullen, Poppy Popovich. 2nd row: Pete Smith, Tom McClintock, Ron Cameron, Bob Walls, Walt Lusetti, Ira Allison, John Garmon, Paul Bernier, and Carl Bond. 3rd row: Will Gamble, Herb Frolander, Roger Peterson, Stan Williamson, Al Leeland, Herb Nelson, Bert Christensen, Wendell Slabaugh, and Milt Sheely. 4th row: Solon Stone, Ed Yunker, Dick Highsmith, Herb Sinnard, Les Strickler, Grant Feikert, Jim Oldfield, Bob Becker, Bob Layton, and Tom Roberts. Back row: Dave Eiseman, Shorty Dorn, Bud Gibbs, Walt Foreman, Lew Roth, Scram Graham, Keith Oles, Curt Mumford, Bill Crooks, Rob Phillips, Al Scott, Hall Enlows, Bob Henderson, and Chuck Dailey.
Delmer Goode became Assistant College Editor in 1919, eventually serving as the Director of University Publications from 1943-1956. In 1919, Goode founded Troop 1 of the Boy Scouts of America. Herman Scullen was honey bee Entomologist from 1920-1953. During Scullen's years in the Entomology department, the wasp collection increased dramatically. The Herman A. Scullen Memorial Fellowship was established for graduate studies in apiculture.
Bob Henderson was photographing the Triad Club's 75th Anniversary. Robert W. Henderson received a B.S. in Agronomy in 1938. Henderson served as Assistant Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and a Farm Crops faculty member from 1946-1976. Henderson was also known for his love of photography.