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The 1945 Meleteun Published by the students of the STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE RIVER FALLS, WISCONSIN VOLUME 34Hoard of Key cats OFFICERS EDWARD J. DEMPSEY..........................................President EDGAR G. DOUDNA - - ' - - - - Seeretery JOHN M. SMITH...................................- State Treasurer PRESIDENT J. H. AMES PERSONNEL EDWARD J. DEMPSEY..................................Oshkosh JOHN CALLAHAN. State Superintendent, ex-officio - Madison MRS. ROBERT C. EBY.................................Madison ELTON S. KARRMANN...............................PlatteviBe DR. S. N. SUNDQUIST - - - - - - Superior JAMES A. RICHARDS...............................River Falk PETER J. SMITH............................ - Eau Claire WILSON DELZELL.......................... - Stevens Point MRS. DORRIS D. MARKS.............................Milwaukee DWIGHT M. WARNER................................Whitewater ROY C. DAVIDSON..............................La CrosseJOHN M. MAY Agricultural Education ROY E. SPRIGGS Agricultural Engineering RUDOLPH A. KARGES Chemistry ARTHUR N. JOHNSON Animal Husbandry CLYDE B. CAMPBELL Teacher Training ia Agriculture BENJAMIN H. KETTELKAMP ' Zoology Faculty MARGARET C. EIDE Mathematics CATHARINE LIENEMAN Botany MABEL F. AR8UTHNOT Latin. French ERNST JURGENS Gorman. PhilosophyAmoie " History and Govarnmant MAUO A. LATTA EurOBeon History VERA M. MOSS English ELSIE F. HOFFMANN Spaach and English Art in tha School CARLETON C. AMES Social Scianca GERALD M. MANION Physical Education Dirac tor of Athlatks O. W. SJOWALL Health and Physical Education Fafuliu RHEA GIBSON librarian MARY BRADLEY Assistant librarian AMY FULLER Assistant Librarian CARA AMELIA WHARTON Piano . Music f INGWEIDE PFITZNER Musk. Band and Orchestra FERN SWANKE. R.N. Col lag NurseRUSSELL JOHNSTON Education. Dlfoetof Tonehot Training MABEL JORSTAD Rural Education LILLIAN R. HOFFMANN Sacoodary Education. MABEL L. BRIDGES i t-c-i'y Educate ALMA W. GILBERT [ «uti» GLADYS M. ZAK ( Ed-caTlor 1 AUGUSTA M. THOMAS Ban—tan Education ETHEL WIST S wnt| MIRIAM SHERARD Racorda. NATHALIE DELANDER Sic—da y EdseaSea, Social SeJaaca Eafbth ADELINE C. RATTON Ela-a« «»» Education LURA CARRITHERS Ban—tary Education N Family In the Armvd Forrntt GENEVIEVE LICHTENSTEIN Rfcytfcal and WanM Education ESTHER MURRHY Sacralary, Training Dapartmant ARLITH SCHNEIDER Sl—ograpfar MARY LOUISE BRANSTAD JOHN G. MOSHER CHESTER L. EGGCRT B. J. ROZEHNAL HELEN LOEB THEODORE SETTERQUIST JUSTIN WILLIAMSSeniors HU; BETTY AASTERUD—English. History, and Latin..........................SPRING VALLEY Honor Socloly 3, : langvago Chib I. ?. 1. 4: Sigma CM Sigma 2, 3. «: WAA. I; Y.W.CA. I. 2. J, 4: Class Pratidant J: Dabato 2: Stud "' Voleo I. 2. 3. 4. Editor I. 4: Homecoming Committee 4; Studcnt-Faculty Relations 3, 4: Student Senate ). 4. Vice-President 4: Who’s Who in American Colleges 3. EDWARD AUSDERAU—Agricultural Education and Science • COLFAX PioilovUlo State Teachers College I: F.F.A. 2: Honor Society 3. 4. Vka Presldont 4: Y.M.C.A. 3. 4. Vlee President 4: Class President 4: Football 3. 4; Tennis 2: Volleyball 4: I74S Maletean: Student Senate 4. MARGARET DAVIS—Elementary Education. Art. and Science • • • • HAYWARD Northland Collage I. 2: A.C.E. 2. 3: WAA. 3: Y.W.CA. 4: Band I. 2: Chorus I. 2, 3. 4: Octet 3. 4: Student Voice 3. JEAN ERLANDSON—English. History, and French - - • • • •lv FAUS Masquers 2. 3. 4. Treasurer J: WAA. I. 2: Y.W.CA I: The Xlepton.en.ee 2: Lost Hon , 2: Homecoming Camiminaa 2. BARBARA HARRIS—English. History, aad Latin . - • • - RtVER FALLS Honor Society I. 2. 3. 4. President 4; Language O-'o I. 2. 3. 4. Y.ce Pfenda-t 2: t t Ln e 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4; Y.W.CA. I. 2 3. 4. Cabinet 4; Oats Secretary I: Chorus I: A Cep-peBe Chorus 2: Sc.‘a’ I. 2: Octet 3. 4; 194$ Meleteee: Student Voice 2. 3. 4. Asaociete Editor 4: Student-Faculty Relations 4: Student Seente 3. 4: Who’s Who in American CoBagsa 2. ELEANOR HAYES—History. English, and Latin - - - • • • • _ 'CE LAKE Manor Society 4; Language Out I. 2. 3. 4. President 3: Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 3..4. Treasurer J. 4: WAA. I. 2. Point Chairmen I: Class Secretary-Treasurer 3: l 4S Maletean. Editor: Homecoming Committee 2. MERLE HUNTER—B—nter, Education. History, end EngEsh - - - - . A.C.E. I. 2. 3. 4; Palette C-b 4; WAA. I. 2: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3. 4: Class Secretary 4; Co d Bend I. REUBEN JOHNSON—Agricultural Education and Science - - - • - 6 ANTSBUBG F FA. i 2: Y.V.CA I. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3. President 4; FeetbeB 3: VoBoyboB I. 2: 1944 94$ Maletean. Business Manager: Assembly Program Committee I: Homecoming Committee. Oe -.man: Party Committee 3. 4: StudnotFncult, Relations 4; Student $e-nte 4. Treasurer 4 MARIE KLETT—Science. Mathematics, and English Sigma CM Sigma 3. 4; Coed Bend I: Chorus I. . . . . - PRESCOTT 3. 4: Party Committee 4. Chairmen. DORIS LANDBERG—English nnd History.......................• • GLENWOOD CITY Unguega Club 4;Sr. CM Sigma 2. 3. «: Y.W.CA. I. 2. J. 4: CUts Tmesurer 4. JEAN LARSON—El—.fry Education. Mu , and Art --- - • Sf Jt A.C.E. I. 2. 3. 4. Presided 3. 4: Honor Society 4: Sigma CM Sfemo 2. 3. 4 Secretary 3: Y.W.CA. 4. Cabinet 3. 4; Class Secretary 3: Bend I, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 2. 3. 4: Co-ed Bend I. dub I. 3: 1943. 1944 Montana; Homecoming Commftee 2. I. 4. I. 2. 3. Plano Quartet 4: MARION LYNCH—El—ter. Education. EngEsh. end Music Stout Institute I; A.C.E. 2. 3. 4: Y.W.CA. 2. 3. AMERYSeniors » . NONA McCOLLOW—Elementary Education, Aft, and Geography - - - RIVER FALLS Honor Sscioty 4: Metquers I. 2. Secrotaiy 2: MUIgordiant I. 2. 4; S.gme Oh. Sigma 2. 4: W.AA I: Claw Vieo-Prcsidont 4: "Cry Havoc” I: Sluiiont Voice I. 2. Co-Editor 2: Homoeom.ng Com-mittoe 2: Student-Facuity Relation! 2. 4; Sludoni Saaata I. 2. 4, VlcePreudent 2. 4. RUTH HOLT O'BRIEN—Elementary Education - • • • • ' ELMWOOD Honor Society 3. 4: Midgardient 2. 3. 4. Pratidant 4; Patalta Club 2. I. «. Socretory-lreeiurer J: Sigma Chi Sigma 4; Y.W.C.A. I. 2. 3. 4. JOSEPH OTT—Biological Soicnco. Hittory. and Gaography..............................CHILTON ■R” Club 2. J. 4: Betebell 2. 3. 4: Football 2. 3. KATHRYN SNIISBY—Biological Science. Engllth. and fcanch • • • • - RERUN Honor Soclaty I, 2. 3. 4: language Club 2: Sigma Ch. Sigrrfa 2. 3. 4) WAA. 'll 2. President 2: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3. 4. Pratidant 4. Vico-Pratldanl 3. CabWiot 2. 3. 4: Clan Pratidant 2: Woman Chorut I: "Blackout Myttary” I. "Cry Havoc" 2: Homecoming Comm.llco I. 3. 4: Party Com-mittaa I: StudaM.FacJty Relation. 3. 4: War Council 2: Student Sanata 2. 3. 4. Pratrdant 3: Who't Who In Amarican Col'pgo. 2. ILO STEWART—Elamantary Education. English. and Social Science ; • • LADYSMKH Rod County Normal I. 2: Honor Society 4: Midgerdiant 4: Y.W.CA. 4. Cabinet 4: A CappaHa Chorut 4. VIRGINIA STRONKS—Elementary Education. Muik. and Art - • t ■ • ■ BALDWIN A.C.E. t, 2. 3. 4. Treasure 3. 4: Honor Society I. 2. 3. 4: Pe'e-e Ch I: S me Ch. Sig-a 2. 3. 4 Pntidi- 4: WAA I: Y.W.CA I. 2. 3. Traas—er 3: Oatt Traatorar 2: Team I. 2: B» d I. 2: Chert 4: Octet 4: Student Voice I: Homicomiag Committee 2. 3: Stodeat-Feodry Reia-sen, J. «: War Cooed 2. 3: Student Senate 2. 3. 4. Preedeot 3: Who’i Who in A e «ea Coha gat 3. FAY SWANKE Bamaetary Honor Society 3. 4: Mi. Edo cation. Art. and Geography .... Icardian. I. 2 3. 4: Sigma Chi Sigma 3. 4: Y.W.CA DflOISE TRINOLi (BAKER) Bamaetary Idecetfoa. Art. and Hittary • • P.latta Club I. 2. 3. 4; Y.W.CA I. 2. 3. 4. NEW RICHMOND 1.2. 3. 4; Band 1.2. NEW RICHMOND GERALDINE WENZEL—Bkiegicel Science Mathematics aad Social Science - - RIVER FAUS Whitewater State Taachon CoBaga 2: Honor Society 3. 4; Methemet.ce Club 4: Science C'wb J: WAA. II Y.W.CA. Is Volleyball I. SENIOR OFFICERS EDWARD AUSDERAU - - - NONA McCOLLOW -MERLE HUNTER .... DORIS LANDBERG - Protidoni ViccProstdoni Seerotary • Trea»uror JUNIOR OFFICERS GLAOYS LEADHOLM .... Prosidont LOIS BERND ..... Vk -Pr«ild«nl Juniors JfPlii MADOLYN ANDERSON—Elemonteiy Edueetlen.................................. MAIDEN ROCK A.C.E. I. 2. 3: Palette Club I; Rural Ufa Club I. 2: Sigma CM Sigma 2. 3: Y.V .C.A. I. 2. 3. Vico-Proiident 2. Preiident 3: Woman' Chorus I: Student Voice I. 2. 3. FRANCES BERGER—Elementary Education. English and Science - • • BARRON Honor Society 3: VLW.CA. I, 2, 3. Program Chairman 2. Treawrer 3: Woman Chorus I: Student Voke I. 2. 3. Editor 3. LOIS 8ERND—Ingliih. Music. and Ml.tory.......................• ■ ?'.CHM?N? Language Club 2: Masquer I. 2. 3. Vi«a-Praiidant 2, Present 3: Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 3: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3: Cla Vice-President 3: Choru. I. 2, 3: Orchettre I: Septet 2: Octet 3: Lo t Horiion" I. "Mytteiy Blaclout" I. "The Kleptomaniac" 2. "Ladia In Ratiramont 3. MARIE CHRISTENSEN—Bamentar, Education • • A.C.E. 2, 3: Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3: WAA. I: Y.W.CA Anambly Program Committee I: War Council 2. GRACE CHURCHILL—Elamantary Education. Engliih, and Hbtory -Mldgardian I. 2. 3: WAA. I. 2: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3. Ceb t 2. 3. •cm GREENFIELD—Science. Melheeneaiet. and IngWi Methe—atic Cvb I. ......................AMERY 2. 3. Cabinet 2: Mldgardian I; ROCK ELM RIVER FALLS ALFRED HARTUNO Agricultural Education. Science, end Mathematic - PtUM CITY Oau Secretary 3: fatihal I. MARY FRANCES HAWKINS El.-enter. Educate Geography, aed Aft ROBERTS Metgwer I. 2. 3. Treaaurer 3: Midgardien I. 2. 3: Chorea I. GLENN HENDRICKSON—CheaMitry. Matbe-Mtk . and Geram Honor Society I. 2. 3: language Oub I: “R“ O-b I. 2. 3: Treecorer 2. I: Footbe I. 2. 3. . . . . RIVER FALLS TUCA I. 2. 3. Cabinet I. 2. 3. k MAE HOSEID—Elementary Education. Geography, and Art • • - -C.E. I. 2. 3. Secretary 3: Honor Society 3: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3. Cabinet 2. 3: 1 rooiurer 3: Bend I. 2. 3: Homecoming 3: Junlor-Saaior Banquet 3: Sigma Chi Si ANNA A Treetore MAXINE HUPPERT—Elementary Education • A.C.E. I. 2. 3: Matqwor I. 2. 3: Women’ Choru men!" 3. GLADYS LEAOHOLM—Elementary Education RIVER FALLS Cla Seeratary-gme 3. ........................HAGER CITY "The Kleptomaniac" 2: "Ladia in Retire- A.C.E. I. 2. 3: Sic I. . ]; Siqma Chi sigma . a: ».«. %. ■ •. t, ueciuiei»-ii»»r».» •• ■ ■■ ■. Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3. Cabinet 2. 3: Cla Prdtfdent 3: Piano Quartet 2. Homecoming I: farty k-o mittoo 2, 3; Student Senate 3. «Y 1 Slg ma 2. 3: WAA. AMERY 2. 3. Secretary.Traa urer 2. President 3:Juniors i Hi • MYRTLE MARKEE—EUmentary .................................................. AMERY LOUISE MELBYE—EagUk. Mktary. e-d German - - • • - CAMERON Hoeor Society 1. 2. 3. P-e.dc-' I: le-g-ege C-b 2. I: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3: Debate 3: IW Me!o!oan: SWwt Yoke I. 2. 3. MARILYN MERCORD—Engllth. Mlilo.y, end Mu.lc......................- • PRESCOTT Language Club 2. 3, President 3: Meiguer. I. 2, 3. Vico-Proudimt 3: Chortn I, 2; A Capped Chorus I. 2. 3: Octet 2. 3;"Cry Havoc" 2, "The Kleptomaniac" 2: Homecoming 2. 3. Quoo-n 3: Party Committee 3: Student Senate 3. LOIS MEULEMANS—Enolisk, History. and Mu.ic............................GLENWOOD CITY Honor Society 2. 3: language Club 2. 3. Vice-President 3: Metgwe-. I, 2. 3: A Ceppelle Chorus 3: Women'! Chorus I: Band I: "The Kleptomaniac" 2. HELEN OLESKOW—Untlaulflad................................................WEYERHAUSER MARY PAULSON—Engllih. History. and Fraeck................................CLEAR LAKE language Club 2. 3: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3; Student Voice 2.3. •STTI REID....................................................... EVttITH MINNESOTA CcBoge of St. Scholastic e I. DONALD SaNDVE—History and BeNaUel Sum..........................................BARRON Language CWb I: YM.CA 2. 3. Cabinet 2. 3: CWm Secretary I; latreaurel Sport. 3: Student Veka 2. 3: Senrke Reg Committee 2. 3. SHIRLEY SCHILLBERG Juelee High Sckeel Art. aed Hktory ..... OSCEOLA Honor Society 2. 3: Lenguege Club 2. 3: Pelette Club I. 2. Cebmet 2: Y.W.CA. 2. 3: Woman Chorus I. 2. Preaident 2: A CsppeRa Chorus 2. 3. MARY SOMSEN . Bam.Mery Edecetme. Mask. aad Eegfah...................................BALDWIN Mldgardiana I. 2. 3: Sg-. Ckl Sigma 3: CUte Secretary 2: Bead I: Chonrt I. 2. 3: Octet 3: AaaamWy k»g » 3. SHIRLEY WIFE—Mktecy. EnaFhh. and Mutk........................................SPRING VALLEY Lengueqo Club I. 2. 3. Secretary 2: Sigma Ckl Sigma 2. 3. Vice-President 3: Y.W.CA. I. 2. 3. Secretary 3: Women's Ckorui I. 2: A Ceppelle Chorus 2. 3: Octet 3: 1945 Moleteer; Student Voice 3: Homocoming 2. JUNIOR OFFICER ELEANOR HAYES Sccrotacy-TroaturorSophomores ISP 45 SHIRLEY ANDERSON—Rural..............................RIVER FALLS HELEN BURKE—Rural................................- ELMWOOD EVELYN COCHRAN—Rural....................................ROBERTS BETH DAVIS— Unclenifi« J................................HAYWARD BETTY DODGE—Elomontary..............................RIVER FALLS MARY FINKE—Rural.................................SPRING VALLEY VERA LOUISE FINSTAD—Elamaafary..................RIVER FALLS JANE GIBSON—Rural........................................CYLON ELOISE GILBERTSON—Rural - ....................CLEAR LAKE RITA GILLIS—Rural...............................GLENWOOD CITY OOROTHY GRANT—Rural..............................SPRING VALLEY VIOLA HALVERSON—Bamantary.......................RIVER FALLS YOULAN HANSON—Bantantary...............................BALDWIN FRANCES HARRIGAN—Rural...........................MAIDEN ROCK MARY HENNESSY—Rural......................................CYLON HELEN HOLT—Rural.......................................ELMWOOD EILEEN HOVDA—Rural..............................CLEAR LAKE HILDEGARDE HUPPERT—Elamailary...................RIVER FALLS RUTH HURTH—Rural........................................CAOOTT DORIS JACKELEN—Rural............................GLENWOOD CITY ALBERTINE JACOBSON—Rural....................WOOOVILLE MARION JACOBSON—Elamantary...................HAMMOND DOROTHY JENNINGS—UncIaulRad - - • - - RIVER FALLS ARLIS JOHNSON—Rural ........ WILSON ALICE KIEKHOEFER—Rural.....................NEW RICHMOND SOPHOMORE OFFICERS EUGENE WIRZ MARJORIE LYNCH President Vice PresidontSophomores 1945 MARY ALICE KIRCHNER—Rural..........................RIVER FALLS JEAN KOLLING—Rural.................................RIVER FALLS LOIS LAND8ERG—Secondary....................GLENWOOD CITY MAE ONA LEE—Rural................................PRAIRIE FARM MARJORIE LYNCH—Secondery...................NEW RICHMOND AUDREY McCLEARY—Rural...............................MAIOEN ROCK HOPE METCALFE—Secondary.................................ARKANSAW PHYLLIS MYHRE—Unclassified - STANLEY PATRICIA NELSON—Elementary • CUMBERLAND BETTY PETERSON—Rural....................................BALDWIN JAMES REOMOND—Agriculture REBECCA REES—Secondary -LOUELLYN REISS—Secondary DORIS SCHROEDER—Rural MILLICENT SKONE—Secondary ARPIN ROCK SPRINGS. WYOMING • • - DEERPARK PRESCOTT - - - CUSHING JOYCE STRAUB—Elementary..............................ELLSWORTH SYLVA SWENSON—Elementary.........................SPRING VALLEY LORRAINE THANNUM—Elementary............................HAYWARD LEONA VON KUSTER—Elementary............................ROBERTS MARGUERITE WAGNER—Rural..........................SPRING VALLEY JANIS WALTON—Rural..............................DOWNING EUGENE WIRZ—Secondary...........................RICE LAKE LEONA WOHLK—Elementary ....... ALMENA SOPHOMORE OFFICERS BETH DAVIS..................................................Secretary REBECCA REES ....... TreasurerFreshmen 1945 HARRIET AOAM—Sacondary......................................NYE VANITA ADAMS—Rural • . WILSON CARMEN ALMS—Rural............................SPRING VALLEY PHYLLIS ANDERSON—Secondary..............................BALDWIN MARGUERITE BAIRD— Elementary......................RIVER FALLS JAMES BARBEE—Ui !a »iliod.........................RICE LAKE BETTE BERGOUIST—Rural • - - ■ • NEW RICHMOND BENORA BJORNSON—Sacondary ..... SPRING VALLEY BERNICE BLOK—Rural .....................................HAMMOND WINNIE BOLES—Ur I?nificd..........................RIVER FALLS ARLYN BREDAHL—Elamantary..........................BELOENVILLE WALLACE BREY—Agriculture..............................GREENWOOD BONNIE CARTER—Unclauifiad.........................RIVER FALLS JANET CLARK—Sacondary.............................OSCEOLA AUDREY CORCORAN—Elamantary........................PRESCOTT WILLIAM CROMMETT—Underfilled..............................AMERY LOUIS DANIEL—Agriculture..........................RIVER FALLS CLARENCE OIMICK—Underfilled..............................ALMENA BERNARD DONKERSGOEO—Agriculture.........................BALDWIN LOIS OuBOIS—Rural............................NEW RICHMOND IONE ENGEN—Underfilled................................FREDERICK RUTH ERICKSON—Elamantary.....................- STOCKHOLM LILA ESTENSON—Secondary......................NEW RICHMOND LOLA ESTENSON—Sacondary......................NEW RICHMOND DEAN FENNER—Underfed..............................RICE LAKE FRESHMAN OFFICERS SAMUEL YOUNG............................................Pwidan WALLACE HITT ...... Vice-PrewdantFrvshmun If)45 Patricia prey—Unclassified JUNE GEDATUS—Rural LILLIAN GERAETS—Secondary FAITH GRIFFITH—Unclassified FRANCES GUND—Secondary • ..... ROBERTS GLENWOOD CITY . , . .. . ELMWOOD .................RIVER FALLS . I H . . HUDSON ELAINE HAGEN—Unclassified....................................NYE VERNE HAGEN—Rural..........................................AMERY SILVIA HAUGEN—Unclaimed..................................HAMMOND JOHN HAYES—Unclassified...............................CUMBERLAND TERRENCE HAYES—Unclassified - • ■ - . CUMBERLAND BERNICE HENDRICKSON—Unclassified .... RIVER FALLS WALLACE HITT—Secondary ........ ALMA MARION HOPE—Elomontery......................................HUDSON LOIS HUNTER—Secondary..................................RIVER FALLS DONNA HYDE— Elcmontary.................................RIVER FALLS DORIS JACKMAN—Secondary................................RIVER FALLS DARLENE JENNINGS—Unclassified..........................RIVER FALLS WARREN JOHNSON—Unclassified.................................BARRON ETHYL JONES—Uncleiiifled...............................CLEAR LAKE JOYCE JULIAN—Unclassified.............................MAIDEN ROCK DOROTHY KEALY—Rural............................................HUDSON ELMER KILLIAN—Agriculture ...... GREENWOOD SHIRLEY LALAN—Unclassified................................WEYERHAUSER JOHN LARSON—Unclassified............................NEW AUBURN MARJORIE LARSON—Unclassified ..... SPRING VALLEY FRESHMAN OFFICERS PATRICIA FREY....................................Secretary ROBERT KESSENICH.................................Treasurer Freshmen 5f .7 ANN LAUFENBERG—UnclauiRad AUDREY LINDER—Rural HARRIET LONG—UnclauiRad RIVER FALLS SPRING VALLEY . RIVER FALLS LORRAINE McCUE—UnclauiRad • RIVER FALLS EUGENIA MARTO—Rural .... ARKANSAW RUTH MELLUM— Rural - GLENVILLE. MINNESOTA ALICE MEULEMANS—Rural . . GLENWOOD CITY BETTY MYERS—Secondary.......................KNAPP LAURENCE NIEOZWIECKI—Afrkulhira - POLASKI BETTY PATTERSON—UnclauiRad • . - MINONG DELORES PAYSON—UnclauiRad . . HUDSON BERNAOINE PELOQUIN—Socondary CAOOTTE MAXINE PENCE—UnclauiRad MERLE PENMAN—UnclauiRad -GENEVIEVE PETERSON—UnclauiRad EVELYN REITON—Rural - - OVIA RICE—Secondary • PAUL ROGNESS—Agriculture SPRING VALLEY HUDSON RIVER FALLS BALDWIN EYOTA. MINNESOTA ETTRICK ONA SABBY—Secondary.......................BALDWIN KATHLEEN SCHOEOER—Rural . . ELMWOOD NORMA SIMPSON—UnclauiRad • - • gIVER FALLS PRISCILLA SKANE—Rural .... MAIDEN ROCK ELAINE STUCKY—UnclauiRad - RICE LAKE MARGARET -TORGERSON—Rural - - PRAIRIE FARM MARJORIE U8ER—UnclauiRad - - GLENWOOD CITY SHIRLEY VENNES—Rural.......................WHEELER PHYLLIS WAGNER—Secondary - RIVER FALLS EDITH WHITAKER—Elo.-nontary .... CHETEK MARY WILKINS-Unelauificd - - RIVER FALLS SAMUEL YOUNG—UnclauiRad ... AUGUSTAThai thin gocernment of the people. bp the people, and for the people shall noI perish from the earth99 yHi » •.»,„„ ' !' •• .:;! ; ♦ ««, mMn!SS,4,M • IttlllT?'...sssxw » »«»•»» • 8SS8S»sm ws SsSm GOLD STARS Alvin Anderson Robert Boemle Burton Boettcher Eerie Boettcher Robert Busby Duane Cornel Cerl DeM Duene DooSttle Lester Dyer Imbori Eslmgcr James Rathe John Freak Charles Genske Thomas GiD Eugene Gossan Walter Guinn Richard Hyllema Rupert Isaacson Gordon Jackman Donald Johnson Voyle Johnson Robert McCabe Robert Mres Stanley Palm Elmer Parnell John Person Word Randles John Rockwell Malcolm Rockwel Jerome Sobotta Keith Solve son Robert Thomson Stanley Torgerson Frank WinteringAthletivn 1944 1945 FOOTBALL S ?UAO-D-cV «o-: HU«s. Moody. Middle Row: CoocH T. UnS.iro . Faiie.. Assist Coach -£ •••«£? Tl Wlk w,i,M. OMck Rom. ■ F'o»fc fe n‘ 1 In spite of the difficulty in scheduling game and the continued manpower shortage. River Foil -a again represented on the gridiron in 1944. The footbel squad consisted mainly of freshmen, several of whom lacked even high school footbel experience. Only three lettor-mon returned from lest year's squad. With this materiel the Manion-man opened tho season at Remor Field against a Nevy-bolstorod St. Olaf team composed largely of former college stars. Tho Olos used their weight and experience advantage to win by a 20-0 count. Tho Falcons got into the win column against tho Rod Wing Training School eleven in the second homo game of the season. 33-12. River °f « «a,|y •"‘f ■«' "ever in danger, although the Tremors' diminutive halfback. Kuhn, was a constant scoring threat. In the next encounter the opposition was furnished by the undefeated Margaret Boosters Team, somi.pro league champions from St. Paul. Thaw rugged. w««|.balonced outfit dominated play through most Hnltldm. Nddnain. Hou. . Sseee. Yon-J. hdwd. f. Smirk . W„k Scelm.. Wi.,. R. Ma—fers. of the game to win 25-7. Hitt scored for the Falcons on a neatly executed quarterback play. Tho final game of tho season was played at Northneld against a powerful St. Olaf dub that had bean running rough-shod over other Navy-strengthened teams in the latter part of the season. The Oles" tricky reverses and effective down-field blocking gave them several long scoring dashes and an easy 66-6 victory. The Falcons got thoir only score in the second quarter after a sustained drive from deep in their T " " na kvtbaU The 1944-1945 Falcon basketball team began the season as an unknown quantity, as only one veteran of last year's team returned, but the newcomers proved they had something as they swept to five straight victories in tho opening games. Those victories included homo-and-homo wins ovor Augsburg and Macalester and a victory over Concordia on tho Rivor Fall floor. Tho first defeat of the season was suffered at tho Hamline field house at the hands of the powerful Hemline Pipers by a 66-29 score.The Falcons returned homo to beet St. Olaf in the most thrilling gome of the season. 35-34. After scoring five points in the final minute to tie the game, the Falcons got the decision in an overtime on Dimick's long shot, which was in the air as the final gun sounded. The next throe gomes wore played on tho road, the Falcons oasily defeating Superior Teachers before dropping a fast game to St. Thomas. 69-50. The Menion-men then rolled up their highest score of tho season in drubbing Concordia, 75-44. The Falcons rolled to two more victories at home over the Prescott Flyers and Bethel Junior College before drop- Sa thriller to St. Thomas, 46-45, for tho first defeat on the homo in two seasons. River Falls then travelled to La Crosse and couldn't get rolling as they were upset by the Indians in a rugged game, 30-29. St. Mary's handed the Falcons another dofeat at Winona the following niant, 48-32. Manion's men returned home to avenao the La Crosse defeat with a 58-35 victory, and then whippod Superior, 48-35, in tho feature of the 1945 combined Homecoming and Winter Carnival. Rivor Falls ended this home stand against St. Mary's and came within six points of tying the score in a late rally after being behind by fifteen points at the half, but St. Mary's managed to stall and the final minutes of the game found them victors. In the last road game, St. Olaf avenged her earlier defeat on the Falls floor, as tho Olos got hot in the second half and pulled away. 64-44. Tho final game was ployed before the largest home crowd of the season against Hamline Univorsity. The Pipers, who had piled up a good record against tho top teams in tho nation, were hard pressod to win and gained a safe load only in the final minutes, when their stalling game broke up the Falcons' defense. Dimick did a remarkable job in holding the giant Howie Schultz to twelve points, oho of the lowest totals for him in the season. Sam Young led River Falls in scoring with 290 points in tho twenty gamos, followed by Hitt and Dimick who had 192 and 182 points, respectively- IhiMvbtill The spring athletic program featured tho revival of baseball at River Falls after the sport had been allowod to lapse for a period of one year due to the low enrollment of men in the spring term of 1944. The 1945 squad was rather limited as to number and previous experience, although several candidates had had considerable high school experience. The only returning letterman was Joe Ott, who worked on the pitcher's mound and in the outfield for the Falcons in 1943. Squad mombors wore: Joe Ott, Sam Young, Don Miles, Wolly Hitt. Hap Dimick, Jim Redmond. Terry Hayes. Paul Rogness, Gene Wirz. Al. Har-tung, Ed Ausderau. and Yarn Hagen. Eight games were scheduled as follows: April 21 Balsam Lake City Team (here) April 28 St. Olaf (here—two games) May 2 Hemli'no (there) May 12 Concordia (here) May 16 Homline (here) May 18 Stillwater Prison (there) May 21. . Concordia (there) BASKETBALL SQUAD- lid ft .: Ce 6 Umm Kmhm. ft 4wo 4. N»i4»fUr . Inkn Bf T- Frost Re.: Min. Yeoof. SltH. PioicL Hitr. Wirz. W .Awards Voted by the Athletic Council in Footbel for the 1944 Season LETTERS NUMERALS 0Ul Ausdersu Win Freeh Needy WJcl HsrveH Stone •sue Nelson Hsus R. Smith Johnms Hugdehl Rudoll Wright Seohssi Linditrom Fenner Ks iters •««berg Redmond E. Smith Hendrick ion Noidermire Bsibeo Hitt Young Msyes Rom RESULTS OF THE SEASON River Falls - 0 St. Oiaf River Falls 13 Red Wing Training School River Falls „ 7 Margaret Boosters River Falls ... St. Oiaf 45 Awards Voted by the Athletic Council in Basketball for the 1944-1945 Season LETTERS OTHER SQUAD MEMBERS Di-id Is bee Neider-ire Hitt •Befcm Mass •Harwell •Psito— Stone •Kennel Redmond Young Ksners R. Smith Win Ken enkh •Wright •Entered ler.ico before live end of the playing lesion. RESULTS OF THE SEASON River Falls ....53 Augsburg 39 River Falls .41 Mecelester 32 River Falls 57 Augsburg 45 River Falls 50 Concordie 41 River FaDs _,4I Mecelester 35 River Fell 29 Hemline 55 River Folk- 35 St. Oiaf 34 River Falls 43 Superior 25 River Falk 50 St. Thornes 69 River Falls 75 Concordie ..... 44 River Falls 54 Prescott Flyers ....... 39 River Fells 47 Bethel 33 River Falls .. . 45 St. Thornes 46 River Falls 29 La Crosse 30 River Fells 32 St. Mery's 48 River Falls 5$ La Crosse 35 River Falk ... 4B Superior 35 River Falk 51 St. Mery's 62 River Falk 44 St. Oiaf 54 River Folk 32 Hamline 50 BASKETBALL SCORING Points Avenged Os—as Foist! Far Gams Young 20 290 , 14.5 Hitt 20 192 9.6 Dimtck 20 182 9.1 Stone 20 103 5.1 Miles 17 90 SJ Win 14 IS l.l Barbee 9 II IJ Henvelt .... 12 10 0.B Kessenick 9 8 0.9 Kannel 5 7 A Redmond II 6 0.5 Wright 1 1 1.0 915 45.7The ttPiii Metetean Edltor-in-Chief - Eleanor Hayes Associate Editors Louiso Melbye, Shirley Wiff Business Manager . ... • • • Reuben Johnson Athletics ■ Edward Ausdorau Women's Athletics Hope Metcalfe Literary Editor Photography . . • • • Barbara Harris Joan Larson M«t««lf«. Herds. Will, Melbyt. H y»». The Student Voiee Co-Editors Bally Aasterud, Barbara Harris, Francos Borgor Sports Editor -.............................Donald Sandva Footuro Writers— Dotty Myers. Phyllis Myhre. Edith Whitaker, Joyce Kennedy Nows Reporters—Kay Sneesby, Mary Paulson. Louisa Malbye. Lois Landborg. Marge Lynch. Mill leant Slone, Shirloy WIft, Moxino Pence. Marjorie Larson. Phyllis Anderson. Louollyn Reiss. Ona Sabby Typists and Proofreeders-Elaine Stucky. Mary Wilkins. Shirley Lalan. Janet Clark Business Manager.............................. Faculty Adviser - - - °’Wy™" f.j- B«r9«r Hard .Coliege Masquers On January 25, 1945, the Masquers presented Edward Percy’s end Reginald Denham's mystery play. LADIES IN RETIREMENT, under the direction of Mr. Carfeton Ames. Special acting honors went to Joyce Kennedy for her portrayal of Ellen Creed and to MiBicent Stone and Maxine Huppert. Louisa and Emily Creed. The cast of the play included: Lucy 69ham . • Pat Patterson Lenora Fob .. .. Lois Bemd Elen Creed ... Joyce Kennedy Albert Feather William Crommett Louisa Creed ... M Scant Stone Emily Creed Marine Huppert Sister Theresa .... Ethel Jones After the play the Masquers were hosts to the audience at a get-together in the social room in South Hall. The event gives the audience a chance to become acquainted with the cast. The idea was initiated last year after CRY HAVOC was presented, and the Masquers hope to make it a tradition. On April II the Masquers presented “The Sugerfoot Minstrels'' in the oolege auditorium. The performance was also given at the Hudson High School in the afternoon. The show feetixed comedy skits and individual acts. OFFICERS LOIS BERND -MARILYN MERCORD VERA LOUISE FINSTAD MARY FRANCES HAWKINS CARLETON C. AMES • MEMBERS Loll Bornd William Crommott lone Engon Joan Erfandton Vara Finstad Mary Hawkins Marion Hopo Maxine Hupport Joyco Konnady • • President • Vico-Prosidont Secretary . • Troo surer Advisor and Coach Shirley La Ian Marjorie Lynch Lorraino McCuo Marilyn Mercord Lois Meulemans Phyllis Myhre Betty Patterson Louellyn Rein Millicont Skone ALPHA PSI OMEGA Carleton C. Amos Lois Bornd Joan Erlandson Vora Finstad Mary Hawkins Elsie Hoffman Maxino Hupporl Marjorie Lynch Nona McCollow Loll Moulomant Millicont SkonOMelbye. Rein. Daniel. Hoflmann (Coach). RED RIVER VALLEY SPEECH TOURNAMENT. CONCORDIA COLLEGE, MOORHEAD. MINNESOTA. FEBRUARY 8. 9. 1945 Lois Hunter .... First place in Women's Oratory Gerald Splinter • Second place in Men's Extemporaneous Speaking John Bradley and Louis Daniel—Tied for second place in Men's Debato Louise Melbye and Louellyn Reiss - Won two debates out of five EAU CLAIRE DEBATE TOURNAMENT. EAU CLAIRE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. EAU CLAIRE. WISCONSIN. MARCH 3, 1945 John Bradley and Louis Daniel—Won the cup for winning all debate with the highest number of points for debating and speaking Louise Melbye .... Won two debates out of four Question—Rosolved: That the federal government should enact legislation requiring compulsory arbitration of all labor disputes, constitutionality conceded. PI KAPPA DELTA Louise Melbye -Louellyn Reiss -Lois Huntor Gerald Splinter Louis Daniol • John Bradley - Degree of Fraternity Degree of Fraternity Degree of Proficioncy Degree of Honor Degree of Honor Degree of Honor Lois HunterORCHESTRA BacV Row: Lila Estonian, Patanon. Front Row: Lola Etlencon. J. La non. Sabby, Howe. Andorson, Wafaar. Catoaa. Pfitinar (Diroctw). CONCERT BAND B.eV Row: lol Ettvnion, Wiff, Pfiti-(Dirocfor). T» |ii-•M, II Ell«MOn. Middl. Re: M. Uni . Sjoriuo . Fray. J. Un«a. S»bb . Haw . Fraa Row: Wi| rr, Andarion.A CAPPELLA CHORUS Back Row: Hop . 8«'nd. Klett. Lynch. Middle Row: loU Eileaton. Study, Mewlemeat. Somion. Griffith. Wlffi LiU EltCMOB. Front Row: Stone, Huator, Stewert, Stronki, Kennedy. Myhre. OCTET Loft to Right: Wifi, Whorion (Director), Morcord, Slono, Horrit, Bornd, D«vn. Shopard, Stroalt, Somion.Women ’ A t hie tit A ssoeiation VOLLEYBALL—Back Row: Hendrickson. Malcilla, Helvorson, 8ro-diM, Ska no. Torgerion. Front Row: Blok, Malkins. Rico, Patterson. Eagan:' Mrs. Gilbert this year showed her true ability as a coach when she molded a group of girls into one of the best volleyball teams the physical education department has had in years. Viola Halvorson, captain of team A, and Arlyn Bredahl, captain of toam B. wero the foundation for this volleyball season. The first game was held November I. and was a game of fast scoring, with neither side holding a comfortable margin until the final minutes of the game, when team B outplayed to win by a score of 21-14. Toam A staged a rally in the second game, which was hold November 6. The final whistle found toam A ahoad four points, with the final score 21-17. Novomber 8 found team A still in its scoring mood. At this game, they defeated team B by a score of 21-19. Tho majority of the losing team's points wore won in the closing seconds of the game, but their splurge came too late in the game to enable them to win. Team A, with championship honor aspirations, started the next two games with determination to win. This they fell short of by three points in the final two games, the B team emerging victorious in the Novombor 13 and November 15 games in an identical scoro of 21-18. Mrs. Gilbert picked the twelve members who did outstanding teamwork in the conferonco games, and the W.A.A. gave each honor member of the team fifty points to be used toward tho red "R". BASKETBALL—Back Row: Hendrickson. Gund. Harrison. Bredahl, Griffith. Front Row: P. Nelson. Metcalfe. Coach Lichtenstein. Carter. Engon.OFFICERS GLADYS LEADHOLM - - . President PATRICIA NELSON - - Vice-President HOPE METCALFE - - Secretary-Treasurer VIOLA HALVORSON - Point Secretary Coach Gilbert MlashetbnU Under the able direction of Coach Lichtenstein and basketball chairman Arlyn Bredahl, the W.A.A. sponsored an interesting basketball season. The girls wero well trained in the technique of basketbal, and were highly maneuverable on the floor during the various games. Three games were played with the River Falls G.A.A. team. In the first game which was played by team A of both organizations, the college team outplayed the G.A.A. to win by the score, 24-21. The next game was played by team B of both organizations. The college team, although evenly matched by the G.A.A.. gained a margin in free throws, finally winning the game by the score, 24-20. The final game was played by the college team A and team B and the G.A.A, team A. During this contest the G.A.A. won the game by the score, 20-13. Goraots, Haugon, Blot, Nelson, RicoHIM, Ym«|, Mercord, Myhro. Kennedy. Uomvrommg The outstanding event of the college year. 1944-1945. wet the combination Homocoming end Winter Carnival, held February 9 end 10. ender the sponsorship of the itedent senate, with Reuben Johnson ea a most capable chairman. The event in which ci students pertiopeted with ■■thmitw began on Friday afternoon when a big pap meeting was hold in the auditorium. The cheer leaden led the colege yds which drew e lot of spirit from the audience. President Ames. Or. Kerges. end Coach Meniea each spoVe briefly. Paul Rogness. the M.C.. announced the stunts. Each or-ganiiation in school either put on a stunt or helped in some wey with the pep meeting. The stunts were novel end included everything from operating on Superior to fortune telling. Three prises were offered at the pop meeting. The prises wore awarded to a student group headed by Ann taufanbarg. Y.M-C-A. and Y.W.CA Of course, the most important part of the pop meeting was the coronation scene when the ling and queen of the Homecoming wore crowned. As the orchestra played "Marche Pontificals" the Keg. Sam Young, and the queen. Marilyn Mercord. came down the aisles and up to the platform with their attendants. PhyCs Myhro and Joyce Kennedy, the two crown bearers, and Eugene Wirs who heeded the committee which chose the king end queen candidates. Sam and Marilyn ware then crowned by lest year's king. Reuben Johnson, who had reigned at the mack Hama coming. Their majesties were then presented to the audience. Although many students had planned to enter the ice skating events to bo held after the pop mooting, they wore disappointed because the weather was against them. The ice was too soft for skating.Many of the houses whoro students room entered the snow-sculpturing contest. The theme of the Homecoming, SLEIGH SUPERIOR, was carried out in the sculpturing. The judges awarded first prize to the House of Retrum whose prehistoric animal was auite monstrous. The House of Kurtz's Ferdinand took second prize, and the House of Jensen's basketball player who. incidently, was greatly weakened by the mild weather, "copped" third prize. Saturday afternoon provided the real thrills when many of the students trudged up the Mound for some grand fun tobogganing. The boys had made the toboggan tracks, and they were steep and smooth— just right for lots of fun. The wind was sharp, and almost everyone wore snowy eyelashes and eyebrows as well as frosty hair. The outstanding event of the Homecoming was the game with Superior which was played on Saturday. At 8:30 that evening our team e Superior in a game which we won, 48-35. Sam Young and Hap were high point men for the Falcons. The gym was filled to capacity and the crowd was backing the team every minute of the game. There was extra-special music between the halves provided by a pep band. After the game a big Homecoming Dance was held in South Hall Sm. Music for the dance was furnished by Harold Hunter's orchestra, t gym was festively decorated.Organizationh LANGUAGE CLUB Moulomant. Skor.o. Mercord. HONOR SOCIETY Auldorou. Harrii. La ad berg. ACE Slronkt. Hot «d. Larton, Slronkt. SIGMA CHI SIGMA Wiff, Harrii. Hayot. RURAL LIFE CLUB Torgerton. Roilon, Mario, Vennet. MASQUERS Marcord. Havkint. Barnd, Fintlad. STUDENT SENATE— (Standing): Faanar. Win. Rognett. Av.dorao. Young. (Seal ad): Harrii, Slone, Snaatby, Slronkt, McCollew. MIDGAROIANS WoMk. McCoBow, O'Brian PALETTE CLUB Metcalfe. Hunter. Woklk, MATHEMATICS CLUB • Eitanion. Sabby. ‘Landberg. Gund, Pence, "Root. Greenfield. •Program Commillae Y W C A—(Standing): Harrii. Metcalf . Chgrclill. Hoteid. (Seated|: Skon . Larton. Berger, Wiff, Lendberg, Sneeiby. Y M C A—(Standing): Katiara. Hartvng, Autderau. (Sealed): Johnton, Hayei. Sand . Hagen, Hendrickton, Rognett. Fenner.Candidt Larson's Incorporated Fun on the Mound Swashbuckler Sneesby River Falls artists Elomentary Science Patterson performs Jensen and McCollow— Puff-and-Pant Y.W.-Y.M. breakfast at Prof. Jake's Stronks and her pin-up man Huppert demonstrates House of "Hagholtson" Frye Upper crust Seaman Loadholm salutesBUREAU OF ENGRAVING. INC. Minneapolis, M innosofa  in mm m iH H sttBs ibss; 9gSS£ mm m WA SlSA «s2s3si wi fcwaas Cl il HCBS8BS 8BW f® wasawacj HHraw X ■wvia AM is STaB S 3« tSSSgKS %mk 0 btfC fes WWB HaH


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