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muztean OLLEGE R FALLS LGTGflHThis is, finally, the 1962 Meletean, the fiftieth consecutive publication of the book whose Latin name means “Badger." and whose emblem more likely than not, is a Falcon. If this seems strange it should be noted that yearbooks themselves are odd publications. They are neither fur nor feather, not fish, not fin. They rarely carry the information of a bound volume of the year's student newspapers; they at the same time are not the pure pieces of nostalgia of, say. a high school prom program. If yearbooks purport to be records of the academic year they certainly are most shallow ones. When have you seen a college yearbook that published the student's grades alongside his picture and hometown?Nor does a yearbook cover the year. Generally, a yearbook is usually concerned with only the nine months of the academic year. This yearbook attempts to do at least two things: (1) It attempts to "cover" the academic year 1961-1962, without discussing "grades", “ideas” or courses of study in detail, and (2) give the reader something of the flavor of some of the forty-nine Meleteans that came before it. Here, whatever it is, is the fiftieth meletean (1933) HHHi •• 3The 1912 Meletean Staff Drbicatrb to $)rrsibrnt Crabtrtr. Jt is toitb plrasurt that tut brbitatr to our prtsibrnt, thr first annual issurb bp tht Pibrr .'fall Atatr formal School. Prtsibrnt Crabtrtr is a scholarly anb talrntrb man. abmirablp prrparrb for thr position tohirh hr ortupirs. pis rbrr rrabp niorb of rnrouragrmrnt. his manp hrlpful suggrstions. his snmpathP anb goob bull habr inabr him thr honorrb, rrsprttrb. anb brlobrb frirnb of thr facultp anb thr rntirr stubrnt bobi’. Sbr fMrlrtran Ataff. of thr Armor Class, brbiratr to Prrsibrnt Crabtrtr. thr annual of 1912.... dedication To the editors of the first forty nine Meleteans The Editor’s job is to plan and design the yearbook and to supervise its detailed construction. The job usually entails much more than meets the eye of the casual observer-and the editor invariably winds up designing covers (never having had an art course) writing and editing copy, scheduling pictures, deciding on layout, and labeling last minute faces. To the past 49 editors of the River Falls Meletean who have shared our experiences we dedicate. 1912 - Jennie Wisenthal 1913 - Nell Egan 1914 - W. W. Irle 1915 - Hazel Hansen 1916 - Wilbur Ensign 1917 ■ C. V. LaDuke 1918 - Francis McMahon 1919 • Fred Huber 1920 • Audrey Gordon 1921 • James Luther 1922 • Joseph Blombren 1923 • Neil F. Martin 1924 - Donald Boardman 1925 • Bernard Ingli 1926 - Victor Sivertson 1927 • H. Sidney Scoville 1928 - Victor L. Peterson 1929 • Lyle A. Lamphere 1930 • Jacob Fogo 1931 • Earle Sanford 1932 - Charles Freeman 1933 - Leslie Libakken 1934 - Carol Isacson 1935 - Arnold Lewiston 1936 - Harry Guinn 1937 - Rolf Ordal 1938 - Charles Stratton 1939 - Charles Stratton 1940 - Eugene Laurent 1941 • Everett Chapman 1942 - Oliver Glanzman 1943 • Dawn Wheeler 1944 • Patricia Ryan 1945 - Eleanor Hayes 1946 • Louise Melbye, Shirley Wiff 1947 • Richard Swenson Phyllis Anderson Sandra Johnson 1948 • Same 1949 - Lloyd Falk Shirley Swanson 1950 • Arthur Waters 1951 • Joyce Stapleton Leroy Stern 1952 • Arlene Pechacek 1953 - Rite Ruemmele John Reque 1954 • William Gotz Mimi Gotz 1955 • Jack Tooley 1956 • Joan N. Drumm 1957 • Richard Doetkott 1958 • Arlin Albrecht 1959 • Harriet Kettlekamp Suzanne Christenson 1960 • Patricia Lind Judy Johnson 1961 • Anne Adams Carol TruttchellcontentssassopGREETING To those graduates, who in former years, have accomplished the tasks which we now are accomplishing, who have occupied places which we now occupy and who have loved our Alma Mater as we now love her, greeting! To those younger classmen, who now frequent the class rooms of our school and whose privilege it is to perpetuate the spirit of progress which is so evident here, greet-ing! To those teachers, who have guided us in the duties we had to perform, greeting! To all those, who may be interested in our Alma Mater, greeting! The Seniors of 1913. Comments Heard on the First Appearance of the Annual. "Got your Meletean? Well, look at mine!” "What poor taste! Just look at this cover! I never saw one like it before!" (We know that and realize that you need something new.) "There is nothing funny in this joke!" (Don’t you think so? — Read it again when you arc better humored and you will see the point.) "Not a single color plate in the whole thing!” (Odd, we have noticed chat ourselves.) "It isn’t worth what we paid for it!” (Neither is a diamond, but how you long for one.) "I think they arc too hard on the Faculty.” (Don’t you think the Faculty appreciate a joke as well as the rest of us?) "See, the staff pictures are all in the front of the book!” (An engine usually heads the train, does it not?) "What a stiff arrangement of pictures!” (Pause a moment — Could you have done any better yourself?) 8 (From the 1913 Meletean)MlS§11 A break between classes. The visitor may be impressed with the many new buildings that dot the campus of the College. For, although the College at River Falls was founded in 1874, only three of its buildings were constructed before 1950. Yet, one soon senses that these buildings are not the College; that the facilities are merely the setting in which learning takes place. Enflamed with the study of learning and the admiration of virtue; stirred up with high hopes of living to be brave men and worthy patriots, dear to God, and famous to all ages. —MiltonFrom teachers, from books, from his classmates and associates, and alone with himself THE STUDENT LEARNS Within the mind, education takes place. For the College acts as the storehouse of the accumulated knowledge of centuries... held in its books and in the learning of its faculty. The student comes, remains but a few years, and departs with much more knowledge than he brought. What is the process, what are the experiences that make the difference? The freshman comes to a new world when he arrives on campus. While his education started in infancy and continued more formally through 12 years, he has now come to the point where he is more nearly "on his own." The responsibility for learning is his in an ever larger measure. Responsibility for learning is his. ■■ Providing the framework The student checks his observation.IS THE PROFESSOR Faculty members at River Falls have always maintained an "honest allegiance to the student.” Their interest in young people as men and women, not as statistics, has developed a tradition of inspired teaching. This concern is not only for the academically talented student but extends also to the average student —the student of limited background, the student of broad experience, the rich student, the poor student— all are important to the faculty. Teachers are stimulated by watching the intellectual growth of the student during his years in college and afterward. Their aim is to bring the student to the point where he develops independently—beginning in very close association with the teacher and gradually relying less and less on supervision. The student gets help from his prof. An assignment is checked. A tradition of inspired teaching.Sources of knowledge arei t ' j (A f i 1 fJj 1 JB Ur k I r - , SL ip tr.-r ■ PA ml sA Testing the theory in the ceramics lab. The language student listens to native speakers. THE LIBRARY AND THE LABORATORY Books are the traditional tools of the scholar and laboratory experiences are an essential part of the learning process in scores of subjects. Knowledge is imparted only when the student of his own will and effort has sought it. The Chalmer Davee Library at River Falls was constructed in 1954 and provides open shelf access to its many volumes. Special areas are set aside for individual study in the stacks. Many of the laboratories on campus are in use long after the formal class session has ended. The student continues to test out and prove what he has heard in the lecture session, to try an idea that may have value. What he sees is recorded.In varied associations LEARNING COMES FROM FELLOW STUDENTS In Hathorn Cottage, students exchange opinions. A book is recommended From association with classmates of differing backgrounds, from trying ideas and defending his point of view with others engaged in study, the student learns. A review of the day's activities late at night over a cup of coffee, a discussion of a book he has just read, a "bull session" in the dormitory — all of these help to refine ideas, to discover new relationships between seemingly unrelated bits of knowledge. From such activities, a pattern of self-education begins to emerge.Another view is soughtA student’s presentation brings interest. Obvious food for thought. Examinations are a means to learning.Grist for the mental mill comes from THE CLASSROOM AND LECTURES The first years in College are spent in sharpening the basic skills that are essential to all learning. The student learns to communicate with others effectively. He is introduced to the great body of knowledge which is common to all educated persons. The early years are a time of sampling and testing, allowing the student time to discover his special talents, his particular interests. During this period he is building a base of information, of methods of discovery, of ways of organizing and weighing facts, of the process of decision making. Having acquired a solid foundation, the student begins to specialize, to delve more deeply into those fields which hold greatest attraction for him, which permit him to best express his individuality.Mrs. E. H. Kleinpell, wife of the College president, and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.Providing stimulus and a new viewpoint are VISITORS TO THE CAMPUS Contact with the best minds and talents of the world and the opportunity to evaluate the arguments of those who present controversial issues are a major value of education on a college campus. The student learns first hand of world affairs, not only from intelligent observers, but from those who have taken an active role in shaping events. He hears noted scientists and philosophers, historians and poets, statesmen and musicians, actors and writers, economists and artists. In the complex society in which each student must make his way, and to which he must contribute, he must have a knowledge in many areas and take into consideration views contrary to his own. Basil Rathbone, actor. John Ciardi, poetry editor of Saturday Review, authographs one of his books. John Rood, internationally known sculptor, works on a symbol for Karges Center.Through opportunities gained STUDENTS DEVELOP TALENT AND POISE Through activities in which they themselves take leadership, students find opportunities for personal development. In student organizations, including such diverse concerns as religious groups, publications, drama, debate, special interest clubs, athletics, and honorary and professional student societies, the interested student is offered a chance for self expression limited only by his own creativity and energy. Student government also provides an experience in democratic leadership and lessons in the art of compromise and cooperation.h .« V tf 0 s' , c .%• » ■ S' ( (ML» !J'. «?i • ifef £ « a I'M Wb 7 . I H || I»« H = I Lights burn late at night in the residence halls, testimony to the need for study. But despite all else LEARNING IS AN INDIVIDUAL MAHER The College has provided the classrooms, the books, the professors, the laboratories and the other tools for learning. It has created an atmosphere for study, for encouragement, and for individual development. It has offered the student new ideas and has put him in company with others who are in search of knowledge. But the only true education is self education. And this the student must gain by thought, reflection, experiment and application. A student considers a view he has heard expressed.AT VER 3UIS Institutions, like individuals, possess character. In a college, character is the degree of excellence with which the institution performs the job assigned to it. A measure of the character of River Falls is the success of the 18,000 students who have attended it. It is no accident that they are providing leadership in every part of the United States and in many foreign countries. Their outstanding contribution in teaching, agriculture, in business, industry and in other professions, and their attainments in graduate school and research is living testimony to the character of the College. ANNIVERSARY administrationpresident’s message . . . With this issue, the 1962 Meletean marks a half century of continuous publication. Anniversaries are frequently the occasion for recalling the past and perhaps this should be no exception. The oldest of the State Colleges in Western Wisconsin, River Falls has had a long history of service to the state. Eighty-four years have passed since its first class of six students was graduated. In the intervening years, marked by steady growth in enrollment, faculty, curricula and physical facilities, the College has held to an ideal — a belief in the essential worth of the individual. Because of this. River Falls has consistently centered its program on the student and has had a tradition of a dedicated faculty striving to encourage individual achievement and excellence. In the words of the Catalog. "The College views the student as the major reason for its existence. Its courses, programs and activities are designed for his benefit." However, anniversaries also provide a point from which to view the future. After a decade of unprecedented expansion, the College may look forward to an enrollment of more than 3,500 students by 1970. It may anticipate more buildings, a larger faculty and the chance to offer even greater opportunity to young people. But we may also expect that the College will be loyal to the ideal it has served in the past and will remain a student-centered institution. E. H. Kleinpell PresidentJAMES J. McLAUGHUN, Registrar, Dean, School of Arts and Sciences L G. STONE Dean, School of Teacher Education WAYNE WOLFE Assistant to the PresidentAdministrative NANCY KNAACK Associate Dean of Students B. J. ROZEHNAL Dean of Students MELVIN GERMANSON Director of Admissions 31 OfficersSchool of Agriculture MARVIN D. THOMPSONTHORVALD E. THORESON RUSSELL GERBER RAYMOND WALL MELVIN L WALL JOHN E. FOSS ppm. JAMES C. DOLLAHONEARL G. ALBERT, Physics THEODORE SETTERQUIST, Chemistry LAWRENCE SCOTT, Chemistry WILLIAM KRUEGER, Chemistry RICHARD SWENSEN, Chemistry ROBERT WELLS, Physiology School of Arts and Sciences B. H. KETTLEKAMP, Biology O’NEAL MASON, ChemistryFREDERICK SIM, Mathematics LILLIAN GOUGH, Mathematics MM BROVIN, Mathematics ROBERT WILLSON, Mathematics CATHERINE UENEMAN, BiologyROBERT L BERG, Political Science EDWARD N. PETERSON, History RICHARD K. DARR, Economics GILBERT N. SMITH, Economics JOHN LANKFORD, History JAMES WINJUM, Economics CHARLES GRAHAM, Political Science WALKER D. WYMAN, History ROBERT BAILEY, Sociology 36NICHOLAS JADINAK, Music WILLIAM ABBOTT, Music m CAROLYN DeJONG, Music CONRAD DeJONG, v Music NOT PICTURED: MYRTLE KORENBAUM, Sociology CHAUNCEY KING, Music DAN LEHMAN, Music JOHN MOSHER, Geography 37WALTER ENGLER, English JAMES HARLESS, JournalismFRANCIS P. CHISHOLM, English WILLIAM LARSEN, Speech BERNARD SKALKA, Speech BLANCHE DAVIS, Speech DON BROD, Journalism MARION E. HAWKINS, English NOT PICTURED: VERA MOSS, English JAMES ALLISON, English WALTER NOTTINGHAM, Art JOHN OOSTENDORP, Speech ERNST JURGENS, GermanSchool of Education NUANDA TIETZ, Campus School ALLAN SIEMERS, Secondary ROBERT KRUEGER, Audiovisual CARLTON BECK, Secondary PHILIP ANDERSON, Education ROWLAND KLINK, Campus School PrincipalANN DUBBE, Campus School NOT PICTURED: VELMA CARLSON, Campus School BRENNA STEIL, Campus School WILFRED C. HARRIS, Psychology EDWARD H. SELDEN, Psychology OPAL KNOX, Campus School LEONA COOPER, Campus School WANDA MAURER, Campus School GRACE HINRICHS, Psychology JAMES MURPHY, Campus School RONALD LAYMON, Campus SchoolEMOGENE NELSON, Physical Education OWEN BERGSRUD, Physical Education BYRON JAMES, Physical Education AMY FULLER, Library FRAN POLSFOOT Physical Education MARILYN HINSON, Physical Education OON PAGE, Physical Education AUDREY ADAMS, Library 42ROBERT BROCK, Student Center Director Library Spedal CLIFFORD FORTIN, Library Science and Services RICHARD COOKLOCK, Library MRS. DALE NELSON, Health Cottage WILLIAM MANNING, Social Science, Stratton Hall NOT PICTURED: DONALD FRYE, Psychology LOIS BOWMAN, English, Hathorn Hall GEORGE CURTIS, Counseling, Prucha Hall 43ANNIVERSARY Homecoming The foes met face to face ...Pitch Out Point! We don’t have a great float for the parade but we know the photographer... Warren Rogers, Pat O'Connall, Darrell Newman.1961 HOMECOMING QUEEN: JUDI HARMON 4849 KAY HOLMES Prucha Hall GEORGEANN YOUNGREN Young Republicans BARBARA SOBOTTKE Young DemocratsAlong about sundown that day it started getting dark, especially at 26-0. 50But, hopes were rightfully higher at CAMPUS CAPERS In October, the Student Center Activities Committee presented its annual Campus Capers. This year’s show featured 40 campus models in a “heel and tie" clothing display. Leon Headley, Jackie Bergquist, Behzad Behloul, Newton Buckner, and Kay Larsen.But neither was anything like Frantic Now what am I bid here, for this ... thirteen cents? V Pop what, pops? 52 This one is weak in the knees but remember, folks it's for a good cause...Foundation First you see it, then you don't! Week! when just about anything in the world could be sold to just about anyone for any sum... Of course, my doing this is Mathematic-kally impossible . 53Winter For this carnival our committee really came up with a bright and shining star! Committee women Barb Korsmo, Roberta Farmer, and Kay Holmes with King candidates Bob Cross, Sheldon Schneider, Dave Cook, Brad Taft and Toby Garey. There was the usual number of contests. Some won prizes for growing beards (left, Alex Roma-nowski) and others for not growing them (below, Kathy Kilbride) but no matter what there was fun for many, cold, cold fun... ... and the King and Queen of it all were Tobey (Garey) and Gloria (Moncholovich) respectively. They "reigned over the Gala O’ Hiver" according to the STUDENT VOICE.Doc" Setterquist oversaw the chemical purity of the pancakes... Look everyone, there's a fella with a camera... 55MEANWHILE, cigaret lights, soft drinks, OVER and more music made the Cabaret. a stimulating visit from poet Howard Nemerov ALL dark lights, soft music, just sittin' and a lookin' . . .CAMPUS... and there was the usual fun the Reck Room THE just siftin' and a readin' (the Student Voice). Burgers (how do you spell that?) in the Falcons' Cage . . . another birthday cake from Ace . . . and even the faculty had some fun: Sancho Siemers and amigas.organizationsComposed of the presidents of all campus organizations, the Student Advisory Council works to coordinate and calendar all student organization spon-STUDENT sored events, and also represent effectively the viewpoints of all campus organizations. The Council meets monthly to help various individual groups solve problems, plan events and to help provide a ADVISORY communication outlet for the groups as they work together toward the betterment of campus relationships and activities. COUNCIL President...........Carol Jean Hanson Secretary.................. Linda Kirk standing: Brad Taft; seated, back row: Donna Pederson, Scott Muller, Rod Nelson, Ray Kozub, Bob Spike, Don Koepnicfc front seated: Mary Viitanen, Gloria Grover, Linda Kirk, Carol Jean Hanson. 60The dorm councils are the coordinating and decision-making groups for the three student dormitories on Campus. (Hathom Hall for women, Stratton and Prucha Hall for men). The objectives of the councils are to determine and maintain such standards of dorm living which will reflect creditably on campus. The dormitories have been especially active in planning and sponsoring social events this year; all three dorms sponsored candidates for Home coming or Winter Carnival. Nancy Miller, Carol Christensen, Joanne Reetz, Barbara Bunders, Rosella Aubert, Delores Dahl, Patricia Cotter. HATHORN HALL Vice-President.Rosella Aubert DORMITORY COUNCILS Secretary .............. Delores Dahl Treasurer..........Carol Christianson Advisor.................Lois Bowman STRATTON HALL President......Robert Rosenbrook Vice-President ....... Brad Taft Secretary..........Ron Leitzner Treasurer........Vince Di Salvo Social Chairman .... Morgan Graham Advisor................William Manning PRUCHA HALL President.............Keith Olson Vice-President.....Chuck Williams Secretary......... Harry Anderson Treasurer...........Tom Knutson Advisor............ George Curtis 61A.W.S. BOARD Gloria Grover, Chris Jelen, Vonnie Schmidt, Becky Junkman, Linda Minoski, Patty Fink, Barb Bunders, Terry Hawthorne, Jill Kampf, Carol Myrvold. The A.W.S. Board serves the interests of all women students at Wisconsin State College, River Falls. It seeks to promote and protect the interests of its members and strives for friendship among members. Entering Freshman women become a part of A.W.S. as soon as they become a part of the college and remain a member throughout their years in River Falls. Comprised of representatives from Hathorn Hall, Hathorn Cottage, off-campus housing, commuters, town girls, and elected members-at-large, the A.W.S. Board serves as a governing body for women students. Activities for the year included a Freshman Women’s reception. Marriage Conference. Housemothers' Coffee Hour. Valentine Formal, Senior Women's Banquet, Faculty Women's tea. Thanksgiving Banquet and a Mother's Day Banquet. 62 King of the Valentine Formal Dave Zehran and his Queen Kathy Finn.FALCON FILM SOCIETY One of the least conspicuous organizations on campus is the Falcon Film Society. Despite their relative obscurity, however, this small group renders a considerable service to the campus life of all. The Falcon Film society seeks out and presents those films of feature length and high quality that are not ordinarily made available to the students and faculty. This year's committee was composed of Wayne Wolfe, Tom Brucks and Alan Case. The college Veteran's Organization is a social group on campus who promote unity and fellowship among the members of the student body who have wcjfc served in the Armed Forces. The club meets twice a month at the infamous Legion Hall. The members discuss current problems on and off campus and rmn participate actively in Homecoming, Winter Carnival and Foundation Week. The end of each school year is highlighted by a Faculty Smoker. This year's officers were President, Sheldon Schneider, Vice-President, Edward Johnson, Secretary, Ronald Zirbel, and Treasurer Sam Rineck. 63 seated: Allan Flygstad. Bob Schieflebein, Gerald Meadow, William Kraft, Mike McEvoy, Jerome Middlestadt; standing: Glenn Lee, Dave Zehran, unidentified, Dennis Haller, Stan Berkner, Ron Zirbel, Ed Johnson, Sheldon Schneider, unidentified.seated around table: Gail Volleit. Fran O'Connell, Joan Chelmo, Garley Blank, John Hanson, Robert Richardson, tarry Feltas. Jean McMillan, Marion Hawkins, Rebecca Heiting. Standing: James Murphy, Walter Engler. STUDENT FOUNDATION COMMITTEE "Our college is much more and much larger than it appears to the student." So stated the student and faculty members of the Foundation Committee. “We try to instill within student's minds that the reputation they make for the college as a whole will determine the significance their individual education yields." This year the committee saw the completion, erection and dedication of the controversial “Bronze Bird" on the front of Kargus Center. The committee also sponsored the annual Foundation Week, A College Bowl, and a variety of fund raising events. President..............Robert Richardson Vice-President..............John Hanson Secretary...................Becky Heiting Treasurer....................Larry Feltas Faculty Advisors...........Miss Hawkins, Walter Engler, James Murphy Dr. Paterek, Dr. Wyman, Miss Moss, a scene from ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. 64Consult your friendly, neighborhood sculptor. (The more internationally known the better.) Mr. John Rood. How to Raise a Bronze Bird ...mmw Then, after the students and the faculty have frolicked through a couple of fund raising campaigns, finish up with a grand display. Put it all on the lawn for any and all to see. mm i JEk viimiu r.Sitzmarkers . . . Ski enthusiasts, dressed in wild colors for the slopes, are members of the Sitzmarkers. River Falls college ski club. The club introduces beginners to the art (?) of skiing through movies, lectures, lessons and finally an actual ski trip north. Experienced members of the club improve their skiing techniques, argue over the best make of skis, and plan additional trips north. The Sitzmarkers function as a social organization and participated in Homecoming and winter carnival weekends. The club formed a monopoly on winter carnival with two of its members capturing winter carnival chairwomen posts and another member becoming a winter carnival king candidate. President.......................John Alme Vice-President..............Roger Swanson Secretary-Treasurer.......... Kay Holmesrow 1: Les Dahm, Bob Nielsen, Tom Sackett, John Doyle, Larry Feltes, Glenn McNaughton; row 2: Jim Schmidt. Don Duszynski, Wayne Burich. Bob Pritchard, Jim Kanable, Leon Headley; row 3: Steve Hay, Chuck Moore, Dick Culver, Tom Strasser, Duane Jensen, Jerry Jensen; row 4: Dave Henderson, Glenn Anderson, Larry Lloyd, Reno Rizzo, Duane Johnson. “R” C L U B row 1: Don Koepnick, Tom Fuzer, Tom Braun, Jerome Fehlen, Jerome Halvorson, Howard Hofschild; row 2: Dennis Louks, Gordy Olson, Vern Wanish, Tom Brickner, Mike Wiskerchen, Tom Pride. Wayne Johnson; row 3: Ed Vick, Pat Mrotek, Mick Rogers, Harold Rivard, Ken Kraft. Toby Garey, Jim Blank. 71Editor . Art Editors Organization MJjU Mm tfo jpiAj£(s) puom Do Nof Feec the Animals rJI w. Q |U2 Meletean I U NOT Reddy Nanev MapNeil Johnson nderson Lance Hittman Gordon Graham Mary Ann loyas Sports Editors Stephanie :‘BaKer Diane Pansier Kristin Engdbreth' Fran O'CdrineH Keith Olsen “■ J6r: I-- - AssistaiK-Editors larbara Mary back: David Frazer, Alan Case, James Schwenk; center: Pauline Knieff, Darlene Erickson; front: Steve Hay, Mavis Grover, Alex Romanowski, James Rankin, Tom Brucks. ALPHA PSI OMEGA AND MASQUERS ALPHA PSI OMEGA President .............. James Rankin Vice-President.....................Ron Perrier Treasurer...................Alan Case Secretary ............ Pauline Knieff Advisor......................Dr. Davis MASQUERS President............ Charles Poulter Treasurer..............Marvis Grover Publicity Chairman .. Sandy Anderson Advisor ......................... Mr. Skalka Ann Kingsbury, Bernard Skalka, Howard Heise, Charles Poulter. 73Masquers is composed of students who are interested in various phases of theatre work. They work to promote interest in the theatre and a greater understanding of drama. Experience is gained in drama by working and participating in dramatic productions produced during the year. Alpha Psi Omega, a national honorary dramatics fraternity, is represented on the River Falls Campus by the lota Beta cast. Membership in the organization is on a point basis earned through working and acting in productions. James Rankin as Shylock, from THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. Steve Hay, Fran O'Connell, James Hanert, Tom Vest in MERCHANT OF VENICE. Mille Gustafson as Amanda, Kathleen Kilbride as Laura, Jerome Halvorson as Tom, from the T. Williams' play. THE GLASS MENAGERIE. 74A dynamic, knowledgeable director: Dr. Blanche Davis. Dave Balke and Patricia Henneman. Mavis Grover (background) and Darlene Erickson.TOASTMASTERS President .............. David Cook Vice-President . . Durwood Amundson Secretary...............Gerald Brehm Treasurer...............Scott Mueller Sergeant at Arms........Dennis Haller Advisor............... Dr. Kettlekemp Improving speaking ability among its members and learning the fundamentals of parliamentary procedure are the aims of the Toastmasters Club. In its attempt to do this, detailed guidance and friendly and helpful assistance is given to interested members at the regular meetings. Each year the club holds a spring banquet and an annual speaking contest among its members. CHESS CLUB Contemplating a move in the "sport of the Kings" are members of the college Chess Club. The organization promotes the appreciation of chess among its members and the student body by sponsoring campus tourneys. President Secretary Treasurer Advisor . Roger Karras Ruth Winzer Roger Vanous .. Mr. Muto left to right Line Esswein, Bill Finley, Roger Karras, Peter Muto, Ruth Winzer, Bob Haugen, Roger Vanous. 76Discussion, Public speaking, debate, interpretative reading, these are the fields of forensics. At River Falls forensics is dominated by the members of the national honorary fraternity. Pi Kappa Delta. Membership is given honoring students who have shown special skill in the field. It strives to assist in the furthering of forensic activity and has done so at River Falls by organizing high school debate clinics and debate tournaments as well as an Intercollegiate Class B Forensic Tournament. FORENSICS President........Wayne Hendrickson Vice-President.........Anita Munson Secretary-Treasurer . .. Judy Harmon Reporter .................Judy Runkle Advisor...............John Oostendorp left to right: Tom Knutson. Anita Munson, John Rice. Kae Walker. Judy Runkle. Judy Hannon, Judy Boetler, John Oostendorp. Wayne Hendrickson. PI KAPPA DELTA standing: Judy Harmon, Arlo Miller seated: Tom Knutson, Anita Munson, Kae Walker. Bob Edwards. 77First Soprano: Grosbech, Marlene, Gustafson, Mildred. Hanson, Sharon, Kilbride, Kathleen, Seipel. Linda, VandeBerg. Judith, Vollert, Gail. First Alto: Albrightson. Janice. Drew, Janet Grethen, Rita, Hanson, Muriel, Herschleb, Dian, Olson. Shirley. Pitzer. Leah. Sanford. Jane. Wickboldt. DeAn. First Tenor: Bryngelson. Carlyn. Culver. Walter, Heise, Howard, Tanner. James. First Bass: Balke, David. Blazkowski, Phillip. Fenton. Kenneth. Kurth, Thomas, Painter. John. Poulter, James, Stoeberl, Arthur. Second Soprano: Borchert, Janet, Cook. Mary Ann, Ekblad. Susan. Froseth, Lee Andra. Harris, Meredythe. Murphy. Carol, Strohbeen, Jane, Wagenbach, Linda. Second Alto: Black, Judy, Gerig, Leila, Jensen, Rochelle. Lamon. Roxanne. Loeber, Mary. Norderhaug, Judith. Schmidt. Verona, Skar, Louella. Second Tenon Brosi, Lynn, Ducklow. Dale, Dunn, Edward, Nelson, Rodney, Wilson, Warren. Second Bass: Froseth. John, Gerig, David, Haas, Eugene, Hickox, William, Motz. George. Pippinger, William. Schaefer, David, Zerahn, David. BRASS ENSEMBLE - Trumpet: Bultman. David. Haas. Eugene. Heise. Howard, Schwenk, James. Tuba: Alton. Richard. Trudell. Donald. Trombone: Beine, Barbara, Larson, Dale, Michaels, James. Peterson, Albin. The rapidly growing music department offers to the student of music at River Falls a variety of experiences for expression in music outside the classroom. The Choir, under the direction of Chauncey King, offers students a chance to study and sing choral music of various periods. A singing organization, exclusively for men. the Men's Chorus, offers its members a chance to sing both popular and classical music. The Chorus, under the direction of Daniel Lehman, sings concerts and makes special appearances both on and off the college campus. Choir MEN’S row one: Tome Holloway, Paul Ringlien, Wayne Holmstadt, Larry Hopkins, Paul Kozak, Ronald Naggab, Ed Churchill, unidentified, Dennis Grivna, Victor Martinson. Daniel Lehman; back: Don Grivna, David Schaeffer, Ted Falkenberg, Brad Taft, unidentified, Duane Kuhn, Larry Agema, Bill Pippenger. Larry Wellens, Warren Stenberg. CHORUS 78mhonc m Flute Dow, Louis Hartwig, Mary Horn, Suzanne Lehman, Dan Viitanen, Mary Oboe East, Karen Grover, Mavis Hansen, John Clarinet Albrighlson, Janice Better, Judith Borchert, Janet Chelitio, Joan Closson, Ranal Crownhart, Connie fansltr, Diane Freilag. Virginia Grethen, Rita Hanson, Muriel Harris, Meredythe Johnson, Rose Anne Junker, Mary Jane Seipel, Linda Dr. William Abbott, directs the Symphonic Band, which is composed ot students who are interested in playing musical instruments. The Symphonic Band and the Choir combined and traveled to Canada where they went on tour and won iirst prize in the Winnipeg Music festival.BRASS ENSEMBLE Directed by Conrad DeJong the Brass Ensemble is composed of ten students who specialize in playing the music of contemporary composers. seated: trumpet: James Schwenk, Gene Haas. Howard Heise, James Schwenk; trombone: Albin Peterson, James Michaels, Dale Larson, Barbara Beine; standing, tuba: David Trudell, Richard Alton. Members of the Music Educators National Conference give interested students of music a chance to become acquainted and to enjoy lectures, performances, and demonstrations in this field of music. Each year the organization has offered a scholarship to a deserving incoming freshman covering the incidental fees for one year. Officers for the year were President, Linda Wagenbach, Vice-President, Jim Schwenk. Secretary, Murial Hanson, Treasurer, Gail Vollert, Publicity Chairman, Gene Haas, and Program Chairman, Bob Kowalczyk. 80first row. left to right: Glen Ertcl. Chlorn Peterson. Gary Ormston. Richard Zimmerman. John Belisle; 2nd row: Eugene Schroeder. Ardell Hansen. Earl Burton. Dennis Glynn. Richard Enstad; 3rd row: Albert Obermueller. Tom Brickner. Leroy Watrud. John Neuenfetdt. Janice Holen; 4th row: Bruce Penman. Gerald Anderson. Gerald Meadow. Robert Nelson: 5th row: Advisors: Robert Polzin. Larry Scott. A local chapter of the American Chemistry society, the Chemistry Club provides the opportunity for interested students to hear speakers, see films and go on various field trips in connection with their field. Each year the club enters the Science Fair and holds a Spring Banquet. President.............................John Belisle Vice-President......................Dick Zimmerman Secretary-Treasurer............. Marlene Czerwanka Advisors..............O'Neal Mason, Lawrence Scott PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM first row: Ed Susedik, Ray Kozub, Ronald Berg, Advisor Earl Albert; second row: Nell Prochnow, Gerald Holt. Richard Peterson, John Hay; third row: Miko Wiskerschen, Don Froe-lich, Duane Anderson, Lane Esswein. Sponsors of the Annual Science Fair for high school students, members of the Physics Colloquium are given an opportunity through individual study to present topics of special interest to the group. Executive Chm.. . Raymond Kozub Publicity Chm.......Neal Prochnow Advisors— E. G. Albert, Wayne SukowECONOMICS CLUB Seeking to further interest in the fields of economics and business administration, the Economics Club works to coordinate the practical aspects with the theoretical aspects learned in the college classroom. Elected officers for the year were: President, Scott Muller, Vice-President, Donald Melstrom, Secretary, Terry Reinhardt, Treasurer, Val Barrows, Program Director, Robert Roth, Correspondence Secretary, Richard Sorenson. row one: Abron Wells, Jim Nelson, James Raether. John Huffcutt, Duane Anderson, Ed Fisk, Larry Wall. Gaylen Pittman. Doug Fisk; row two: Norm Garlie, Gerald Syzmanski, Valmer Barrows. Scott Muller, Bob Roth. Terras Reinhardt. Norm Hansen. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Composed of psychology majors and minors, the Psychology Club offers its members a chance to explore the vocational opportunities in psychology and related fields. Officers for the year were President, Allan Flygstad, Vice-President, Karen Wears, Secretary, Rosella Aubert, Treasurer, George Momchilovich, Program Director, Dennis Mailer. 82 row 1: Joann Olson, Karan Wears, Rosella Aubert. Karen Haddow, Mary Viittanen, Diana Stoen; row 2: Dennis Haller. Advisor Dr. Edward Selden, Edward Hanson, Robert Martinson, George Momchilovich, Allan Flygstad.DIE DEUTSCHES GESELLSCHAFT GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS President.....Mrs. Schubert Vice-President ........ ..........Judy Steffenhagen Sec'y-Treas...Carol Freier Publicity .. Leroy Norderhaug Advisor........Dr. Jurgens around: Don Marsolek. Charlotte Hentsch. Lois Steffenhagen. c rn, Freier. Cynthia Dobrowolski. Alice Lareen. Mike Reynolds. John NatS Ines Schubert. Advisor Ernst Jurgens: center Judy Steffenhagen. Supplementing the classroom instruction — Le Cercle Francais and Die Deutsches Gesellschaft gives the language students a chance to converse informally at meeting. Through the use of slides, movies, lectures, and guest speakers, students are introduced to the culture and customs of the respective countries. The French Club’s trip to Minneapolis for an authentic French cuisine proved to be highly delectable as was the "Kaffee Klatche" sponsored by the German Club at Homecoming. left to right: Barbara Korsmo, Ronald Fagerstrom, Ed Churchill. Ju ly Christensen, Mavis Grover, Diana Pansier, Pam Gustafson. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS President .... Joanne Belfiori Vice-President, Meridith Harris Sec'y-Treas. . Barbara Korsmo Advisor.......Dr. GossnerCOLLEGE 4-H CLUB Working for the betterment of 4-H clubs by comparing, contrasting and exchanging materials and ideas the River Falls Collegiate 4-H Club carries out projects beneficial to their club, the college and the community. Those belonging to the club generally possess a specific talent or desire to be of service to others and can develop in various leadership fields. The club pledges itself to exert every possible influence for the improvement of club work in the community and in the state. President....... Vice-President . Secretary....... Treasurer ...... Reporter....... Historian....... Faculty Advisors . Harlin Owens ... Don Ruben ... Judy Betler . . Louis Greub .. John Froseth . . Gene Romos James Dollahon Virginia Akins row one: Gary Gaard, Leandra Erickson, Gary Berke, Ed Churchill. Howard Potter, John Froseth; row two: Alice La-reen, Judy Betler, Joan Schmanski. Arlen Owens, Don Rubin, Lynn Brosi, Chuck Kutz: row three: Eileen Rogers. Joan Chelmo. Molly Schultz. Carol Cahanes; row four: Lou s Greub, Tom Throndsen, Advisors. Jim Dollahan and Virgin a Akins, Dave Schultz. Bob Gust, Tony Jilek, Dave Staebell. row one: Ray Weisenbeck. Lee Wittwer. Advisor. Robert Speich, Ron Zirtoel. James Orr; row two: Roger Neitzel. Howard Potter. Lenat Hoffman, unidentified. Fred Meyer. Joe Kriegl. Henry Smoke. Wilbert Kawolchek. Jim Axness; row three: Merlin Jones. Albin Peterson. Norman Schnagl. Ralph LaDuke. Steve Horwath, Ralph Maier, Albert Obermueller. John Cliver. Harold Eggebraatten, Glenn Lee. Chris Mueller. Wayne Holmstadt Robert Rosenbrook. unidentified. "Designed to promote fellowship among the liberal arts agriculture students," the Agrifallians help their members become better acquainted with employment opportunities in their college years, and aid graduates in job placement. This year's officers were President. Robert Speich, Vice-President, Ronald Zirbel, Secretary, Ray Weisenbeck, Treasurer, Jim Orr and Advisor Leland Wittier. AGRIFALLIAN SOCIETY 84row one: Bill Turner. James Blaha, Ed Kramer. Dick Klug. Sam Rineck, Advisor Richard Delorit; row two: Charles Jacobson, Frank Urbanz. Gary Blomberg, Robert Brett. Kevin Johnson. Sherman Stoflet; row three: Henry Daniels. Dan Boh. Tom Ste-phoni, Ron Lightner, Larry Kraft, Harvey Amundsen. David Swan. Louis Greub; row four: Lowell Roehl, Gerald Palesch. George Berger, Joe Schmil, Orwell Haugen, LeRoy Meles, Chuck Poulter, Larry Fitzmorris. Richard Possum. row one: Leroy Hopkins, Lloyd Nelson. Chuck Kuhts, William Gill, Don Jaworski; row two: Selmer Nelson, Don Ness. Darwin Zeiner, Raymond Nelson, Laverne Doenier. Ted Falkenberg, Jerry Duch, unidentified. Raymond Saxby. Jerome Fehlen, Ronald Naggatz. Roger Sipple, Clive Edinger, Gerald Jensen; row four: Art Piehl, Fred Daniels, Orland Olson. Don Rubin, Jim Knabel, Wendell Hillskotter, Ken Sippel, unidentified, unidentified; row five: Virgil Fradette, Larry Haugen, Fred Weltz. Lyn Brosi. Jim Michaels, Tom Kurth. Larry Wellens, Fred Hoffman, Richard Quast, Arlyn Baumgarten. F. F. A. Through the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation and citizenship, the F.F.A. strives to improve sportsmanship, service, thrift, recreation and patriotism among its members. Offices of the year were Presidents, Dave Cook, Danyl Derricks, Sam Rinich, Vice-Presidents, Carl Huebner, Arlyn Baumgarten and Richard Quast. 85row 1: Ed Churchill, Larry Julien, Linda Kirk. Robert Richardson, Wayne Hendrickson;,row 2: Patrick O'Connell, Dave Swan, Hampton Wilmot, Jim Norrlsh. STUDENT SENATE The Student Senate is the most important student governing body on the River Falls campus. Its function is to "promote the best interests of the college and to develop a spirit of cooperation and good fellowship throughout the school.” Its eleven members, four of which are class presidents, meet every Monday at 6:30 in the Senate Room of the Student Center. The Senators determine policy for the students and set up specific standards for the many organizations which petition the Senate for membership. This year the point system set up by the 1961 Senate was used successfully to stimulate competition among the larger organizations for major social events on campus. President........Wayne Hendrickson Vice-President-----Patrick O'Connell Secretary.............Linda Berg Kirk Treasurer...............James Norrish 86STUDENT CENTER GOVERNING BOARD Students and faculty members work together on the Student Union Governing Board to provide in the Center a cultivated social, cultural, recreational and educational program for the students, faculty, and Alumni of our college. Through their program they try to carry out the meaning implied by the word "union" and “Student Center,” by centralizing and integrating the college community, effort and activity. The board is composed of the chairmen of the Social, Activities, and Public Relations Committees. In addition three members are appointed by the Senate other then the Senate vice-President. Chairman . . Jean McMillan Secretary . .. Gloria Grover row 1: Tom Knutson, Gloria Grover, Jean McMillan, Becky Heiting; row 2: Advisors Robert Brock and Earl Lewis, Patrick O'Connell, Brad Taft, Rod Nelson. STUDENT CENTER ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE In association with the Hagestad Student Center, the Student Center Activities Committee provides for cultural, social, recreational, and educational programs for the students, faculty members and alumni members of River Falls. A varied program was planned for the year consisting of art shows, concerts, lectures, fashion shows, book fairs, and various jam sessions and seasonal campus events. Chairman .. Nancy MacNeil Secretary........Chris Laska row 1: Kay Mackey, Barbara Johnson, Nancy MacNeil, Chris Laska, Karen Engebreth; row 2: Brad Taft, Robert Brock, Advisor, John Otto. 87THE PINOCHLE CLUB A young, but active and aggressive organization, the Pinochle Club won the Social Trophy this year for being the most active social organization on campus. This year the Pinochle may retain the Senate awarded trophy for winning two successive years. The club set a National Bed Pushing Record, pushing a bed from River Falls to Hudson in 1 hour and 58 minutes, the proceeds of the tickets went to the Foundation Fund. The spring initiation was highlighted by the pledges, who held a Campus Clean-Up Day, and ended with a club party. In addition members of the Pinochle Club ushered for various concerts, dedications, and for the graduation of the class of 1962. President........ Vice-President .. Secretary........ Treasurer ....... Sergeant at Arms . . . Tom Cusky . Richard Miller .... Bob Cross Larry Greenwald ... John Miller seated: Roger Beebe. Bob Cross, Maurice LeBreck, Arjomand Amir; standing: Mick Rogers, Jim Arndt, Larry Greenwald, Jay Sharp, Don Engebretson, Bob Wells, Mike Hinaus, Cy Syzmanski, Bob Kinnling, Gene Fierke, Chuck Brictson, John Otto. 88Mim STUDENT CENTER SOCIAL COMMITTEE Appointed by the Senate the Social Committee members plan, coordinate and promote all-school social activities. The Committee schedules all-school events for the campus and plans at least one big campus event a quarter. The committee’s highlights of the year were the "twist" parties, the Luau, and the popular Cabaret party. left to right: Diana Steen, Joan Lenseink. Phairman RorUw Moitina John Painter, Ed Churchill, Larry Anibas, Lar- Chairman . . . Becky Melting „ peltet. Mariyce Stunkel, John Webb. Becky netting. PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE A newly established committee, the Public Relations Committee functions to promote through publicity any event which is to be held in the Student Center or on Campus. The committee also works with the school to inform students of special events of (Merest on campus. This year the members published a monthly calendar of events, college hour cards, and set up a Bulletin board in the director's office of the Union. Chairman ...........Rodney Nelson Zirt el? -eah p'fe6r. Rod Nelson. RonArc Established to work for the education and well-being of children from nursery ™ through elementary age. the A.C.E., helps to promote desirable conditions, pro- grams. and practices within the schools. It seeks to inform the public of the children's needs and how to adjust the school program to meet them. Officers for the year were President. Bev Nielsen. Vice-President. Judy Johnson. Secretary. Connie Crownhart, Treasurer, Carol Myhre, Publicity Chairman, Gloria Mack. President.........................Donna Peterson Vice-President............Ben Hawkinson Secretary..................Mable Miller Treasurer............Charlotte Hentsch Publicity Chairman ... Beverly Nielson Advisor....................Naunda Tietz right to lott: row one: Louella Skar. Don Car-dell. Roberta Farmer, Bob Martinson: row two: Gloria Nielson, Bonnie Buck, Judy Steffenhagen: row three: Donna Patterson, Charlotte Hentsch, Barbara Lukasik, Carol Myr-void, Carol Frcicr; row four Ben Hawkinson. Helen Wright Patty Kraft Sharon Nordeen; row five: Joanna Paulson, Connie Crownhart Jane Finn. Marjorie Shearer. Irene Lundie. Carol Myhrie. Lois Steffenhagen: row six: Nuanda Tietz. Thomas Gunderson. Helen Reinhart. Jim Schmidt Gloria Nilsen, Oswald Higgenbarth. Mabel Miller. S N E A The Student S.N.E.A. helps to deepen the interest of capable students in - • • • teaching as a career; encourages the careful selection and guidance of per- sons admitted to teacher education programs; and through higher standards of preparation and the dissemination of information, it contributes to make a reasonable balance in teacher supply and demand. row one: Beverly Nielson, Judy Johnson, Ann Dubbe. Benna Stiles, Connie Crownhart, Carol Myhrie. Gloria Nilsen. Barbara Kannemaker. Kay Reisner; row two: Donna Petterson, Helen Reinhart, Rosella Aubert, Mabel Miller, Pat Nichols, Karen Engebreth. Ruth Tjelta. Lois Steffenhagen. Nancy Schmid: row three: Leona Cooper, Judy Monchilovitch, Linda Nelson, Bon Hawkinson. Judy Steffenhagen, Jim Schmidt. Charlotte Hentsch, Julie Albrecht, Joann Olson, Barbara Bunders. 91PEM CLUB left to right: Barbarann Bergsrud, Don Koep-nick. Judy Johnson, Ed Vick. The newly established PEM Club is composed of stu-dents with minors in physical education. Their aim to promote and further interest and knowledge in the field of physical education. The organization has various guest speakers and held several social activities for its members. Officers are President, Ed Vick, Vice-President, Don Koep-nick, Secretary, Judy Johnson, Treasurer, Barbara Bergsrud. row one: Wayne Hendrickson, Ann Holzhueter. Tom Brucks, Anita Munson, Linda Nelson, Linda Kirk, Judith Christensen, Carol Freier; row two: Jerome Halvorson, Nancy Zank. Catherine Suennen, Barbara Lu-kasik, Ben Hawkinson. The Junior Affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English at River Falls is composed of students enrolled as English majors or minors, who aim for the improvement of the teaching of English at all levels. The group meets monthly to discuss controversies in the field of English and their relationship to other subject areas; it seeks to promote English-oriented activities on campus, and did so this year by bringing the poet Howard Nemerov to River Falls for a series of lectures, discussions, recitals and the annual book sale. Officers are President, Anita Munson, Vice-President, Linda Kirk, Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Korsmo, Program Chairman, Carol Hanson, Publicity Chairman, Alan Case. 92GAMMA DELTA Gamma Delta, one of two Lutheran organizations on campus is an international organization for Lutheran students of the Missouri and Wisconsin synods. Their aim is to foster a more thorough study of the Bible and to encourage and maintain Lutheran fellowship on campus. The Lutheran Student Association, is a student group associated with the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church who provide religious education and growth, as well as an opportunity to worship in a college community. President ... Carol Hentsch Vice-President, James Blaha Secretary ............ .....Judy Steffenhagen Treasurer ........... ... Theodore Falkenberg President . Karen Engebreth Vice-President ....... LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Orwall Hagen Secretary----Carol Myhre Treasurer ............ .......Ray Christenson Publicity Chairman.... ....LeRoy Norderhaug 93NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club helps Catholic college students at River Falls to deepen their spiritual and enrich the temporal lives, through a balanced program of religious, intellectual and social activities. Robert Richardson served as President, Don Hollowinski, First Vice-President, Donna Marxen, Second Vice-President, Karen Wear, Recording Secretary, Suzanne Drost, Corresponding Secretary, Max Klecker, Treasurer. 94CANTERBURY CLUB Students of the Episcopal Church participate in the activities of the Canterbury Club. The organization promotes spiritual guidance for Episcopal college students. Officers of Canterbury Club are President, Leon Headly, Secretary, Mary Jane Rusch. WESLEY FOUNDATION The Wesley Foundation fulfils the spiritual and social needs of the Methodist students on campus. President of the organization is Gary Drohman, Vice-President, Dale Ducklow, Secretary, Roberta Farmer, Treasurer, Merlyn Jones, Publicity Chairmen, Daisy McKinley and Melvin Hermansen. 95COVENANT CLUB The Covenant Club affiliated with the First Covenant Church, purposes to provide for those students on the River Falls campus, who are concerned a meaningful spiritual experience. Officers are President, Kenneth Fenton, Vice-President, Gary Blombery, Secretary, Mar-lyce Stunkel, Treasurer, Leslie Bocksell, Social Chairmen, Mildred Gustafson, Verona Schmidt. UNITED CAMPUS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The United Campus Christian Fellowship, an interdenominational organization, provides an opportunity for the college student to continue their service to the church in the college atmosphere. President..........Irene Lunde Vice-President . . Louis Grueb Secretary .... Barbara Beine Treasurer ... Charles Carrier 96W. R. A. Whether it's selling flowers for Homecoming or racing down the floor after Ben Bergsrud in the faculty men’s basketball game, one can be sure the W.R.A. is operating at its best with that feminine flair for the unusual. One has only to venture over to the gym on a snowy Monday night in January to find a gym full of energetic (?) girls playing in a basketball tournament, or to arrive at Ramer Field in the spring and to find high school playday in full swing. These comprise only a few of its many activities. President.............Ann Holzhueter Vice-President..........Joanne Reetz Secretary............. Marge Shearer Treasurer............... Helen Wright Publicity Manager .... Nancy Schmid and Sharon Nordon Business Manager .... Jean Lindquist row one: Gloria Mack. Gloria Grover. Diana Stein, Judy Harmon, Mary VNtanen, Jean Albert Chris Jelen. Judy Monchilovich. row two: Carol Freier, Karen Wears, Barbara Sobottke. Joan Lenselink, Delores Dahl. Heidi Flueger, Ardys Hanson, Jane Finn, Helen Rudell. Carol Christensen. Georgeann Younggren. Muriel Hanson. Laska, Carol Hanson, Chris Laska, Muriel Hanson, row three: Jean McMillan. Julie Albrecht Barbarann Bergsrud, Lona Frank, Vonnie Schmidt. Erma Michaelson. SIGMA CHI SIGMA The only local honorary social society for women on campus. Sigma Chi Sigma, has a threefold purpose to promote culture, social life, and service to the college. In order to be eligible for membership one must maintain a high grade average and possess desirable character and personality traits. Sigma Chi Sigma was active this year in Homecoming, Winter Carnival. Foundation Week, and co-sponsored a Pizza Feed with the Vets' Club. President...................Mary Viitanen Treasurer............................Jean Albert Vice-President..............Judy Harmon Publicity Chairwoman........Gloria Mack Secretary.....................Jo Belifori Faculty Advisors— Miss Moss. Mrs. Kleinpell, Mrs. Wolfe 97Zhe Student Voice The Student Voice is the weekly newspaper published by the college during the school year. Editor . . . Darrell C. Newman (Fall, Winter) Shirley Olson (Spring) Faculty Advisor..Donald Brod Prologue Prologue is the campus literary magazine. Published each quarter during the school year Prologue presents works of fiction, poetry and criticism by students. This year’s editor was Fred Trautmann. The advisor was Mr. Tyler of the English department. 98 Mike Vaughn, Beverly Nelson, Fred Trautmann, Wayne Tyler.ORCHESIS Learning modern dance and how to interpret it through vari-ous dance skills, are members of the "mirror room society." A graceful foot and an active imagination helped its members present several enjoyable dance programs this year. Under the direction of Miss Emogene Nelson the modern dance group also participated in a dance workshop and several members presented colorful numbers at Dr. Fry's concert. sitting: Judy Osen, Marjorie Shearer, Carolyn Tousley. standing: Dick Plumb, Rod Norrish, Julie Albrecht, unidentified, Ann Laue, Cynthia Johnson. Members of the Synchronizers strike a pose on the side of the Kargus pool. The pool being their workshop and stage SYNCHRONIZED in which they carefully work out various swimming skills and set them to music. The results? Water Ballet! Under the direction of Miss Hinson and sparked by Carol Korbin, the SWIM CLUB runner-up for the national A.A.U. synchronized swimming title, the group is progressing fast and hopes to present a swim show next year. 99 left to right: Helen Rudell, Stephanie Baker, Patty Isaac, Barbara Rasmussen, Heidi Flueger, Kathy Linden, Carol Korbin.row one Darr Romanowski, Bracks. Urbanz. row two: Sjolin, Olson. Nichols. Zank. Suennon. row three: Burke. Finn, Bosinski. Albrecht Kampf Thompson, row four Vanous, Rankin. Olson. Kim. Wellens. Kozub. Petterson. row five: Felles, Pittman. Edwards. Haugen Kongslien, Gust, Gerig. Denning, Zabrowski, Mathison, unidentified. Newman. Szczech. YOUNG A NEW ENTHUSIASM DEMOCRATS River Falls Democrats can boast that it now has the largest Young Democratic Club in the state of Wisconsin. The club with over 150 members attempts to give its members a chance to see and discuss politics on a local, state, national and international level. Their aim is to promote better informed citizens and to perpetuate the ideals of the Democratic party. The young Dams were active in helping with the Grassroots Conference. “The New Conservatism” and in bringing the controversial Robert Welch to speak on our campus. The club also participated in the district and state convention where Bob Agranoff, Frank Urbanz. and Alex Romanowski were elected to various state offices. Semi-secret Welch President..................Frank Urbanz Vice-President ........ Robert Agranoff Recording Secretary .... Pauline Knieff Treasurer............................Tom Brooks Publicity Chairman ... Alex Romanowski Faculty Advisors...........Richard Darr, William Abbottrow one: Ertel, Smith, Alme, Younggren; around left table; Engebreth. McEvoy, Nielson, Fanner. Olson, Brosi, Meadow, Hentsch. around right table; Zuke, Churchill, Marsolek, Swanson, Meter, Schaeffer, standing; Freier, unidentified. Berg. Richardson. Arneson. FOR INVOLVEMENT . . . YOUNG Formed to bring students into the Republican party and to provide them with an opportunity to find political expression is the Young Republican organization. The club’s aim is to prepare its members to be active party members and effective political workers. Meeting bimonthly, the members discuss and analyze information concerning the affairs of their party and how they can further promote its ideals. The Young Republicans worked in connection with the Grassroots Political Conference and co sponsored the annual Young Republican-Young Democrats Banquet ending the Conference. President....................Charles Smith Vice-President...................John Alme Secretary.............Georgeann Younggren Treasurer....................... Glen Ertel Faculty Advisor............... Robert Berg Conservative Wilson REPUBLICANS 101. . IN TODAY’S WORLD One of the most interesting of the activities held on campus this year was the fifth annual Grassroots Politics Conference. Students and faculty found themselves in the national political spotlight with the conference as the controversial Robert Welch, founder of the semi-secret John Birch Society, came to the campus to discuss the topic "The New Conservatism." Also among the speakers were Dr. Francis G. Wilson, political conservative and professor of political science at the University of Illinois, Republican candidate for governor Philip Kuehn and state Democratic chairman Pat Lu-cey. Much attention was given Mr. Welch who spoke at an allschool convocation held in Karges gymnasium. Mr. Welch spoke for some time. 102River Falls' United Nations, the Foreign Students Association, is another FOREIGN unique campus organization. Not restricted to foreign students alone, the club promotes better mutual understanding and stronger ties with the Amer-STUDPNTS ican people by presenting adequate information about our various peoples, 1 Wl En 19 their histories, culture, problems and aspirations. row one: Brocks, Bahool row two: Cooper. Cooper, Baxter. Hawkins, Seki, Bai, Larsen, Amini. row three: Suennen. Scyden, Zank. Amir, Kim, Capun, Thompson, Nititham, Chung. John, Whang, Kim. row four Bahall, Buckner, Headley. President.......................Sammy Bai Vice-President............Henry Cooper Secretary.........................Mae Seki Treasurer.................Arlene Baxter 103front: Janet Skille. Diana Steen, Judy Hannon, back: Scott Muller, Ray Kazob. LIBERAL ARTS HONOR SOCIETY Furthering interest in the Liberal Arts Curriculum is the function of the Liberal Arts Honor Society. Membership is based on grade point of students enrolled in Liberal Arts curriculum. Officers for the year are President, Diana Steen, Vice-President. John Rice, Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Harmon. Advisors, Robert Bailey, Melvin Wall. K A p p A D E L T A P H I front: Gloria Grover, Neal Prodinow, Fred Trautmann, Maxine Hexum, Allan Siemers, Chris Jelen. back: Mille Gustafson. Barbara Nielson, Carolyn Sheldon, Anita Munson, Jean McMillan, Judy Mon-chilovich. Jane Finn, Dave Nichols, Wayne Viitanen. Kappa Delta Phi. an honorary education organization, bases membership on high professional, intellectual and personal standards. Its purpose is to promote a closer bond among those dedicated to the teaching profession. President.............Frederick Trautman Vice-President...........Neal Prochnow Secretary................Maxine Hexum Treasurer..................Gloria Grover 104ATELIER front: Georgeann Younggren, William Ammerman, Mary Ann Anderson, Kay Larson, Ronald Fager-strom, Ann Kingsbury, back: Barbara Jensen, Linda Minosky, Beverly Nelson, Walter Nottingham. Atelier, the art club on campus, promotes interest in the arts through study, frequent discussions, and field trips to view exhibitions. The members feel the Atelier brings a closer relationship between the student of art and the art faculty. The club is active in supporting exhibits on campus, participation in the Fine Arts Show, Rural Art Show and various student art shows and fine art movies. President............Mary Ann Anderson Vice-President ... Georgeann Younggren Secretary ............ Barbara Johnson Treasurer.........Romayne Loudenback Advisors........................William Ammerman, Kurt Wild, Walter Nottingham 105MATH CLUB row one: Cynthia Dobrowolski, Evangeline Scott, Warren Tourgeson, Neal Prochnow, Joan Lense-link, unidentified, row two: Lyle Oleson, Chlorn Peterson, unidentified, Roger Vanous, Gerald Holt, John Belisle, unidentified, Joanne Paulson, Mar-lyce Stunkel, Ray Kozub, Dick Zimmerman. The Mathematics Club seeks to promote a better understanding of mathematics through individual work by its members outside the classroom. Experience in developing concepts and lecturing is gained through presentations to the group. Officers of the organization are: President, Neal Prochnow, Vice-President, Warren Tourgeson Secretary-Treasurer, Joan Lenselink, Publicity, Mariyce Stunkel. c H E E R L E A DCTA A national honorary society for under- graduates in the field of Biology. Beta Beta Beta enriches the program of its members through discussions and lectures of new con-DCTA cept and discoveries in the field. President....................Karen Johnson Vice-President..................Tom Finses Advisor...................B. H. Kettlekamp D E R row one: Rod Nelson, Gary Wagenbach. Dr. Kettle- S lamp. Tom Keefer, row two: Karen Johnson. James Segerstrom, Carolyn Peterson, Janet Skille, Harry Anderson, Dennis Grivna. Robert Nelson, row three: Gerry Svendsen, Bob Good-lad, Arthur Nolle, Richard Ellingstad. from bottom left around: Mary Ann Howard, Judi Harmon, Kay Holmes, Judy Osen. Barb Kors-mo, Karen Thompson. 106ANNIVERSARY thleticsGOODBYE FRAN The appointment of Fran Polsfoot as new end coach of the St. Louis Cardinals professional football team has been announced. Mr. Polsfoot, who has been coaching at Wisconsin State College at River Falls since 1954, has resigned his post here. During the past five years he has been head football coach here, posting a record of 22 wins, 20 defeats and two ties during that time. He reported June 1 to the St. Louis club.Who's open for a pass? Henderson blocks for Everson. FALCON FOOTBALL In his final year at River Falls, Coach Fran Polsfoot managed another winning season for the Falcons. With only 17 lettermen returning to practice at the first work session, it could have been much worse. Offensive stalwarts Bob Dawson and Dave Jenson did their part for the departing Fran. Dawson completed 83 passes for 918 yards and was named all-conference quarterback. Jenson gained 375 yards rushing. Especially effective on defense were Big Jim Blank and team captain and all-conference tackle Larry Julien The two led the team in total number of tackles made. Practice makes perfect.Team Shot—Row 1: Larry Lloyd, Bob Pritchard, Bob Dawson, Jim Norrish, Jim Tichnor, Dave Henderson, Mike Wiskerchen, Ed Vick, Dennis Louks, De-Wayne Johnson, and Jim Blank. Row 2: Tom Overman, Pete Bronson, Harold Rivard, Kent Kraft, Larry Julien, Gary Burke, John Doyle, Howard Hof-schild, Roger Pechacek, Mike Bieck, Lief Gigstad, and Bob Fritz. Row 3: Duane Jenson, Duane Tollefson, Jim Schmidt, Ken Miller, Jim Rivard, Dan Hu-bin, John Garrett, Mick Rogers, Wayne Burich, and Reno Rizzo. All Conference Dawson on a pitch out. Julien runs the ball. SEASON'S RECORD Winona 31 .... RF 7 Stevens Point 26 RF 0 Stout 6 RF 19 La Crosse 32 . . RF 7 Oshkosh 6 ... . RF 12 Eau Claire 6 . .. RF 7 Superior 0 . . . . RF 6 Northland 6 . . . RF 19 Augsburg 19 . . RF 7 St. Thomas 12 . RF 12 INDIVIDUAL SCORERS Dawson .... 18 Lloyd 12 Norrish .... 12 Jenson .... 12 Overman . .. 12 Henderson . . 6 Tollefson . . . 6 Burich 4 Burke 2 112WSCC STANDINGS Stevens Point............................7-1 0 La Crosse................................5-1-0 River Falls..............................4-2-0 Whitewater ..............................3-3-0 Eau Claire ..............................3-5-0 Superior.................................2-3-1 Stout ...................................2-3-1 UW Milwaukee.............................2-4-0 Oshkosh .................................2-4-0 Platteville..............................1-5-0 The pause that refreshes.TEAM STATISTICS 336 Rushing attempts ............ 400 933 Rushing yardage .............1348 2.8 Yards per try................. 3.4 193 Passing attempts............. 129 86 Passes completed............. 52 1007 Yards passing ............... 678 1940 Total yards gained............2026 48 Number of punts................ 48 1661 Punts distance................1376 34.6 Punt average .................28.7 15 Fumbles ....................... 20 13 Fumbles lost ................ 17 63 First downs rushing............ 63 36 First downs passing............ 25 5 First downs on penalty............ 8 104 Total first downs.............. 96 I don't have it!FALCON BASKETBALL 1961-1962 WSCC STANDINGS Whitewater ... 10-2 Stevens Point . 9-3 La Crosse .... 7-5 River Falls ... 7-5 Oshkosh 6-6 Platteville 5-7 Stout 5-7 Superior 5-7 Eau Claire . .. 3-9 UW • Milwaukee 3-9 Wolf rebounds. FINAL STATISTICS Name G Koepnick .......... 21 Scharfenberg .... 21 Garey...............21 Wolf................ 21 Pritchard .......... 17 Rice................ 21 Wolfe .............. 16 Olson ............. 18 Swartz ............ 14 Oestreich .......... 13 Pennington ......... 5 Strasser ........... 7 Kaiser ............. 7 Wanish ............. 7 Totals ............. 21 FGA FGM PCT 346 130 37.6o 0 284 117 41% 335 110 33% 165 74 45% 130 44 34% 114 41 36% 53 19 36% 42 17 40% 12 7 58% 38 3 08% 6 2 33% 2 1 50% 2 1 50% 5 1 20% 1532 566 37% FTA FTM PCT 105 82 78% 122 75 61.5o 0 82 59 72% 85 48 56.5o o 44 29 66% 48 25 52% 26 14 54o o 27 12 44o o 16 10 62.50 o 26 17 65o o 10 4 40o o 10 4 40o o 2 2 100% 2 1 50o o 595 378 63.5% F TP AVE 60 342 16.3 79 309 14.7 57 279 13.3 64 196 9.3 34 117 6.9 28 107 5.1 17 52 3.25 23 46 2.5 14 24 1.7 15 23 1.68 7 8 1.62 7 8 1.6 1 4 .6 2 3 .43 401 1510 71.9Falcon Basketball 1961-1962 SEASONS RESULTS Augsburg .............................79 RF 69 Bethel ...............................69 RF 79 St. John's............................54 RF 70 Stout ................................79 RF 85 Superior..............................67 RF 74 St. John’s............................72 RF 67 Eau Claire ...........................82 RF 64 Bethel ...............................73 RF 55 Oshkosh ..............................69 RF 85 La Crosse.............................77 RF 57 UW - Milwaukee........................71 RF 82 Augsburg .............................80 RF 71 St. Cloud ............................87 RF 68 Mankato...............................75 RF 71 St. Cloud ............................69 RF 55 Platteville...........................69 RF 58 Stevens Point.........................87 RF 66 Eau Claire ...........................91 RF 103 Stout ................................81 RF 86 Superior..............................85 RF 70 LaCrosse..............................74 RF 75 Totals..............................1590 1510 Scharf moves into position.The boss advises. Inconsistency could in many ways sum up the 1961-1962 Falcon Basketball team. When they seemed to jell by winning two or three games in a row, they fell apart and could do nothing. "Hot and Cold”, "On and Off", or any other such name could tab them. At times it seemed if fans were watching a potential conference champion team, and at other times it seemed as though a strong high school team could lick them. For the season's total of nine wins, only one was won on the road. In the last half of the season, River Falls could manage only three wins while losing seven, leaving them with an over-all record of nine wins and twelve losses. Their conference record was seven wins and five losses. Team Shot — Row 1: Toby Garey. Bill Swartz, Gary Scharfenberg. George Wolf, Denny Kaiser, and Roger Oestreich. Row 2: Mike Rice, Don Koepnick, Gordon Olson, Harold Wolfe. Bob Pritchard, and Vera Wanish.FALCON WRESTLING Culver works for escape. INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS W L T Julien - Sr 16 2 1 Halverson - Jr 16 4 1 Mrotek - Jr 14 3 1 D. Culver - Jr 9 1 0 Fehlem - Jr 9 4 2 Nordahl - Fr 11 6 0 Peterson - Fr 9 5 0 Kanable - Jr 6 4 0 Hindes - Fr 6 4 0 B. Culver - Soph 4 3 0 Gutting - Fr 2 2 0 Christianson Fr 3 4 0 Dix - Fr 5 7 1 Mahan • Fr 1 1 0 Timm - Fr 1 1 0 Zeller • Fr 1 0 0 Cliver - Fr 1 3 0 Menkt - Fr 0 1 0 Team Shot • Row 1: Chuck Hindes, Pat Mrotek, Loren Nordahl, Jim Kanable, Dick Culver, Jerry Halverson, Dean Dix, Larry Julien, and Bob Culver. Row 2: Jerry Braun, Jim Zeller, Harv Skoug, Kermit Mahan, Tim Timm, Harold Christianson, and Bob Menkt. 118How you like it fella! WSCC FINAL POINT STANDINGS River falls .. .77 points Superior .. .73 points Stevens Point . . . . .55 points Stout . . .37 points La Crosse . . .30 points UW Milwaukee . . . .23 points Platteville . . .18 points Eau Claire . . .13 points Whitewater . . . 1 point INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 115 pounds 123 pounds 130 pounds 137 pounds 147 pounds 157 pounds 167 pounds 177 pounds 191 pounds Heavyweight Bill McCreary Ted Wise Tom Wile Pat Mrotek Dick Culver Terry Cole Glen Hardy Timm Stauffer Jim Hermans Bob Schultz Superior ' Stevens Point Superior River Falls River Falls Superior' Stout Superior Stevens Point Stevens Point Now what did I do? "Julie" goes for a pin. 119Tennis Tennis team shot • Row 1: Ralph Rossing. Jim Segerstrom, John Otto. Row 2: Ray Christianson, Coach Byron James, Gerald Dexter. BOWLING INTERCOLLEGIATE STANDINGS Whitewater 33-15 899 Oshkosh . .29-19 895 Ripon College . .29-19 884 Michigan Tech 25-23 898 Bradley University . ... 211 2-261 2 871 River Falls 18-30 892 Stevens Point .... 121 2-351 2 874 Golf team shot • Row 1: Jim Stolzman, Ed Ganske, Val Barrows. Row 2: Harvey Stow, Chris Carisch, Pete Bronson, Coach 0. B. Bergsnid. Armed with three returning lettermen in Gerald Dexter, Mike Lukowicz, and Ray Christianson and one returning player of two years ago, the tennis team looks as if they could improve their record of 1-5 last year. The returning member is Jim Segerstrom who played two years ago before transferring out. Back with the team he helps in rounding things out very well. According to the tennis coach, Byron James, the team is much improved over last year. He says that the team is evenly matched in showing a lot of above average material but no real star. Bowling Bowling team shot • Row 1: Len Hoffmann, Vic Londo, Ron Zirbel. Row 2: Norm Garlie, John Cook, Mike Lukowicz. Golf RIVER FALLS GOLFERS (INDIVIDUALS) Val Barrows 177 Pete Bronson 175 Jim Stolzman . . . . 184 Harv Skow 182 Chris Carisch 179 Total 710 120Team shot • Row 1: Don Nelson. Tom Cuskey, Don Dusrinski, Winfield Mitchell. Dick Siebold. and Mick Olson- Row 2: Steve Hay. Tom Hams. Ron Lind-berg. Chris Carisch. Coach Russ Gerber, Lloyd Nelson, Dave Fellinz. James Hirschinger, and Jerry Sargent. SWIMMING TEAM The River Falls swimming team closed the 1961-1962 season with a 56-41 victory over St. Olaf in the Karges pool. The win capped a long hard struggle for Coach Russ Gerber and his squad as they steadily improved throughout the season to cop their final win of the year and the first in the history of River Falls swimming. In the eleven matches that the Falcons have had this year, Dick Siebold has placed first in the diving competition eight times, second twice, and third once. He placed third behind Winona's Fatchett and Foran. Fatchett placed eighth in the Olympic tryouts last year. Dick shines for RF. 121BASEBALL Team shot • Row 1: Bob Pritchard. Bob Sommervillc, Reno Rizzo. Jim Raether, Thomas Moser, Wayne Johnson, and Frank Brown. Row 2: Coach Don Page, Vern Wanish, DeWayne Johnson, John Durow, Tom Strasser, Bob Nielsen, Lloyd Klapperick, Holland Reick, and Charlie Moore. WINNING RUN! After the first week of official practice. Coach Don Page seems impressed by the fine turn out of the team. There are 32 freshmen and 21 upper classmen that have signed up so far. There are 10 returning lettermen from last year's team which ended the season with a 13-6 overall record and a 5-3 conference record which was second only to the Stout Bluedevils. This year's team will be built around the pitching arms of John Boortz and Ed Gregorich. Returning outfielders are Jim Tichnor, Glenn Stuve, and Bill Halverson. Bob Nielsen is the only returning catcher. Returning infielders are Jim Norrish, Vern Wanish, Tom Strasser. and Charlie Moore. 122Iron Mike. This year's schedule finds the Falcons playing 21 games, nine of which are at home. The conference has changed from last year in that there will be only one standing and not a north and south split. The conference schedule finds each team playing 10 games and a northern team must play one double header with a southern team. River Falls drew Platteville team as its opposition. The championship will be based on the highest percentage of wins. Mr. Page stated that a team must play at least 10 games to be considered for the championship. Reno cocks his bat. 123TRACK This year’s track team won three and lost one. At the conference track meet at Stevens Point they wound up in seventh place. La Crosse won the conference title this year followed in order by Platteville, UWM, Oshkosh, Stevens Point, Whitewater, River Falls, and Stout. School records were set in the 100 yard dash, the 220 yard dash, the low hurdles, the 880 yard relay, and the high jump at the conference track meet. Flying through the air! 124Photo finish. The outstanding individual Falcon performer this year has been Leon (Butch) Headley, sophomore from the Panama Canal Zone. Headley was beaten in his specialty, the 100 yard dash, only once this season and that was by his teammate, Larry Feltes. Last season as a freshman, Headley won the conference 100 yard title and placed in the 220. This year as a sophomore he broke all existing state and school records in the 100 as he blistered the track in a brilliant 9.6 seconds, in winning his second straight title. This season he added another feather to his hat as he was the only Falcon to win two events in the state meet, winning the 220 and setting another record in the process with a time of 21 seconds flat. Where is everyone? 125INTRAMURAL SPORTS The intramural athletic program at River Falls has become an important part of the college sports program. Under the direction of Ben Bergsrud the mtra-mural program offers the average college athlete a chance to participate in competitive individual and team sports. The Jokers defeated all teams but one on their way to the Volleyball championship. They accumulated five wins and one loss. The first game they won by forfeit, the second by a score of 15-6, the third was lost to the Zabrowski squad in overtime play 10-8, and the fourth through sixth by scores of 18-9, 23-3, and 18-7. The sauad members were: Galen Pittman. Dick Pariseau, Dave Emerson, Jim Van Camp, Charlie Moore, and Vern Wanish. The spring intramural baseball program found these standings as the Meletean went to press: "P LEAGUE “R" LEAGUE Prucha Ill's 50 The Travels . . . .6-1 Bombardiers .70 Terrible Ten 4-1 Lumber Pilers . .5-1 The Clowns 6-2 Rails . .43 No Names 4-3 Walverines . .3-3 Stratton Belters 2-2 Meos’s . 3-3 Clear Lake Clods 2-2 Cheerful Charlies . .4-3 Fakuwee . . . .3-3 Valley Boys . .3-4 Stratton Playboys . . . ... .2-3 Doyne’s Boys .3-4 St. Paulites Inc .. . .0-5 Schwaintz . .3-5 Prucha Livewires . . . . 0-6 126Intramural Football Champs • Row 1: John Lynch, Maurice LeBreck, and Don White. Row 2: Bob Wells, Rich Miller, Tom Sackette, and Joe Stanek. The Cowards were crowned the 1962 intramural football champions after finishing the season with an unblemished record of 8-0. Only five teams participated in the football intramural season a drop from ten teams, which vied for the title last year. The Lumber Pilers, last year's title winners, finished in second place with a 7-1 record, their only loss going to the Cowards. Cowards ...................8-0 Lumber Pilers..............7-1 2nd Floor .................7 1 Sots ......................6-2 Elite .....................4-4 The hard fought intramural basketball championship turned into a sudden frenzy of checking totals on both the score board and official scoring sheet. The score board read 48-47 giving the Untouchables the victory over the Saddlelites. The score sheet counted 48-48. To add to the confusion, the Untouchables still had one free throw left from a foul at the final gun, which was not shot as they thought they had won. Later on in the week the Intramural Board met and awarded the game to the Untouchables due to the fact that the foul was back court and hence counted one point. Intramural Basketball Champs • Row 1: John Doyle, Jim Tichnor. Roger Beebe and Larry Uoyd. Row 2: Howard Hofschild, referees Con Koepnick and Bill Swartz, Duane Jenson, Larry Greenwold, and Bam lindsM 127 ANNIVERSARY Scharfenberg, Paulson, Julien SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS President.............LARRY JULIEN Vice President, GARY SCHARFENBERG Secretary.......SANDRA PAULSON Treasurer....... DARRYL DERRICKS 130JOHN AGRONOFF River Falls JOHN ALME..................................Amery POLITICAL SCI-HIST-ECON; Econ Cl 4; Sitzmarkers 1234 Pres 4; SAC 4; Y GOP 34 VP 4. DURWOOD AMUNDSON..........................Taylor AG-CHEM; TM 34 VP 4; FFA 1234 Sec 4; LSA 123; Who’s Who 4. LESTER ANDERSON.................................Arcadia MARY ANDERSON ....................................Amery ART-ENG; SAC 34; Art Cl 234; Prologue 34; AWS 1234; Meletean 4; Hathorn Hall 123; Hathorn Cottage 4; Kappa Delta Pi 34; LSA 1. JAMES AXNES.....................................Arcadia VALMER I. BARROWS.......................Cumberland ECON-MATH; Econ Cl 234 Treas 4; Intra 1234; Golf 1234. ARLYN BAUMGARTEN ........................... Tomah AG-CHEM; TM 34 Sec 4; Y GOP 4; Talent Show MC 4; Commentarians Sec 3; FFA 1234 VP 4; Wesley 1234; Stratton Hall 1; College Countryman 3; Intra 134. ARLENE BAXTER...................Gamboa. Canal Zone JOANNE BELFIORI ........................ River Falls ENG-FR-LIB SCI; SAC 4; Fr Cl 34 Pres 4; NCTE 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 234 Sec 4; Y GOP 123; Newman Cl 1234; Who's Who 4; AWS 1234; Choir 123. JOHN BELISLE.......................... River Falls CHEM-MATH; Math Cl 1234; Newman Cl 1234; Who’s Who 4; Chem Cl 1234 Pres 4; Lib Arts Cl 4; Intra 1. MARY BELLEAU ........................... Kewaunee GEORGE BERGER ............................ Denmark AG-IND ARTS; TM 234; Sgt at Arms 3 VP 4; Newman Cl 1234 Reporter 4; Intra 1234; Stratton Hall 1. DAVID BERGSTROM..........................Plum City MATH-PHYSICS; Sitzmarkers 3; YMCA 2. WILLIAM BETHKE.............................Augusta AG-CHEM; Gamma Delta 134; FFA 1234; Stratton Hall 1.ELLIOTT BJURQUIST .................... Stockholm SCIMATH; Math Cl 34; Covenant Cl 34. JIM BLANK ............................. La Crosse ELEMENTARY; Football 34; Intra 1234; LSA 12; R Cl 34; Pinochle Cl 3. MARVIN BLOEDOW ........................ Pewaukee ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; Intra 14; Phy Ed Minor Cl. GARRY BLOMBERG..............................Stockholm AGCHEM; SNEA 4; Chem Cl 34; FFA 234; Covenant Cl 1234; Choir 1. DAVID BOATMAN ............................. Ellsworth LESLIE BOCKSELL................................ Pepin MATH-CHEM PHYSICS; Math Cl 234; Covenant Cl 1234 Publicity Ch 3 Treas 1. JEROME BRAUN ...................................Loyal BIOLOGY-PHY EDHEALTH; TM 4; Newman Cl 12; Wrestling 1234; Intra 123; R Cl 1234; PEM Cl 4. GERALD BREHM...............................Colby AG CHEM; TM 234 Sec 4; FFA 1234 Treas 4; Stratton Hall 1; Bowling Team 34; Intra 1234. ROBERT BRETT .................................. Loyal AG-BIOLOGY; TM 34; Gamma Delta 234; FFA 1234; Wrestling Team 1. LYNN BROST........................... River Falls BONNIE BUCK .............. Minneapolis, Minnesota ELEMENTARYSOC SCI; ACE 4; SNEA 34; LSA 234; Kappa Delta Pi 3. DAVID BULTMAN ........................River Falls KEITH BURTON.....................................Knapp DONALD CARDELL.............................. Ellsworth ELEMENTARY-GEOG; ACE 4; SNEA 34; Newman Cl 1234; Kappa Delta Pi 4. ALLAN CASE.....................................Warrens ENG-POL SCI-SPEECH; Masquers 12 Treas 1; Fr Cl 12 VP 2; NCTE 1234 Publicity Chairman 4; Alpha Psi Omega 34 Treas 4; Falcon Film Society 34. 132CHIN OWYEE CHUNG............................Seoul, Korea POL SCI-HIST; Foreign Students Association. DAVID COOK..........................................Colby AG-CHEM; SAC 4; TM 234 Pres 4; Winter Carnival Talent Show Chairman 3: Who's Who 4; FFA 1234 Pres 4; Stratton Hall 1; College Countryman 4; Kappa Delta Pi 34; Intra 1234; Agricultural Scholarship Governing Board Pres 34. JERRY CUSHING......................................Wilson THOMAS CUSKEY...................................Spooner MATH-PHY ED-ECON; Math Cl 2; Pinochle Cl 234 Pres 34; R Cl 34; Swimming Team Captain 34. TED CZECH ...................................... Gilman AG-IND ARTS; Newman Cl 123; FFA 1234. LLOYD DANKE ................................. Readfield MATH-BIOLOGY; Gamma Delta 1234 VP 2; Wrestling Team 1; Intra 1234; R Cl 2. GERALD DANTZMAN .............................. Ladysmith DOUGLAS DE BOER................................. Emerald JACK DELAHUNT.....................Stillwater, Minnesota RICHARD DEMARS..........................Cornell DARRYL DERRICKS ....................... Denmark AG-ECON; SAC 4; TM 34 Pres 4 Sergeant at Arms 3; Y GOP 4; Newman Cl 1234; FFA 1234 Pres 4; Stratton Hall 1; Econ Cl 34; College Countryman 23. Intra 1234; Ag Scholarship Governing Board 34; College Farm Shepherd 34. DALE DIEDRICH . ...............................Athens AG-BIOLOGY; TM 4; Y GOP 4; FFA 14 Treas 4; Wrestling Team 1234; USF 124; R Cl 1234. JOHN DOYLE ............................... Greenleaf ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; SAC 4; ACE 4; Vet's Cl 1234; Football 1234; Wesley 12; Stratton Hall 1; Student Voice 2; R Cl 1234 Pres 4; Intra 1234; FEM Cl 4. GARY DROHMAN .............................Grantsburg PHYSICS-MATH; Math Cl 234; Y GOP 34; Physics Colloquium 34; Wesley 1234 Program Chairman 3 Pres 4; Stratton Hall 1. DALE DUCKLOW.............................. Ellsworth MATH-PHYSICS; Wesley 1234; VP 4; Choir 4.CHARLES ENGDAHL...................St. Paul, Minn. KAREN ENGELBRETH.........................River Falls ELEMENTARY-ENG; SAC 4; NCTE 4; Y GOP 23; Winter Carnival Chairwoman 3; AWS 1234; Sitzmarkers 4; Student Voice 2; LSA 1234 Pres 4 VP 3; Student Center Activities Committee 34. EDWARD ERICKSON....................Balsam Lake MATH-BROAD AREA SCI; SNEA 4; Vet's Cl 1234; Y Dems 234. GLEN ERTEL................................ Hammond AG-CHEM; TM 34; Y GOP 234; Chem Cl 234; FFA 1234. TOM FALKOFSKE............................Ellsworth ROBERTA FARMER....................Pipestone, Minn. ELEMENTARY-SOCIOLOGY; ACE 234; SNEA 234; Publicity Chairman 3; Y GOP 34; Winter Carnival Co-Chairman 4; AWS 1234; Psych Cl 234; Wesley 1234 Sec 4 Motive Chr 3; YM-YWCA VP 3. EARL FINDER.............................Lake Mills CHEM-MATH; Y GOP 34; Wesley 1; USF 23; Intra 1234. ALLEN FLYSTAD NANCY FOX............................... Hartford ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; ACE 34; Sigma Chi Sigma 3; Who’s Who 4; AWS 234; Wesley 234 Sec 4; Homecoming Court 3. GENEVIEVE FRANCOIS.................... New Richmond ELEMENTARY-SOC SCI LARRY FRITZMAURICE......................... Humbird AG-BIOLOGY; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 12; Band 1; FFA 34; Commercial Cl 12. LARRY FURR........................Lansing. Michigan ENG-HIST-LIB SCI; NCTE 34; Y GOP 4; Meletean 4; Covenant Cl 1. RONALD GEHLER................................Chetek MATH-AG-CHEM; Men’s Chorus 3; Math Cl 24; Gamma Delta 1234; Chem Cl 2; Y Dems 2; Intra 123; Agrifal- lians 12. DENNIS GILBERTSON.....................Spring Valley BIOLOGY-CHEM-GUIDANCE; SNEA 34; Psych Cl 134; Tri-Beta 34 VP 4; Track 1; Basketball 1. KENNETH GOLDSMITH......................River Falls AG-BIOLOGY; Vet’s Cl 1; Who’s Who 4; FFA 134; Choir 234; Kappa Delta Pi 34; Intra 1234. 134EDWARD GORKA.........................St Paul, Minn. CHEM-MATH-PHYSICS; Vet’s Cl 1; Chem Cl 1234; Stratton Hall 1. NANCY GRACE .......................... Oaklawn, III. MED. TECH; AWS 3; Tri-Beta 3; Wesley 3. THOMAS GUNDERSON ...................... Spring Valley ELEMENTARY-ART; Art Cl 234; ACE 34; SNEA 234; Band 1; LSA 12. MILDRED GUSTAFSON........................Ellsworth ENG-MUSIC; SAC 4; Ensembler 1; AWS 1234; Band 234; Choir 1234 Sec 23 Pres 4; MENC 234 Sec Treas 3; Kappa Delta 34; Convenant Cl 1234 Social Chairman 34. DUANE HALL...................................Roberts PHYSICS-MATH GERALD HANDLOS ............................ Centuria MATH-CHEM-PHY ED; Math Cl 1234; Chem Cl 23; Y Dems 2; Intra 1234; Phy Ed Minor Cl 4. NORMAN HANSEN .......................Green Bay HI ST- ECON-SOCIOLOGY; Econ Cl Sec and Corr Sec 234; Intra 1234; National Council for Social Studies. CAROL HANSEN...........................Mondovi JUDY HARMON ......................... Plum City JUDITH HARMON..........................Clear Lake PSYCHOLOGY-MATH-FR-SPEECH; Fr Cl 34 VP 3; Prologue 34; Sigma Chi Sigma 234 VP 4; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234; Psych Cl 1234 Treas 2; Lib Arts Cl Sec-Treas 4; Wesley 1; Forensics 1234; Pi Kappa Delta 234 Sec-Treas 24. MEREDYTHE HARRIS.......................River Falls MUSIC-FRENCH; Fr Cl 1234 Sec-Treas 3 VP 4; AWS 1234; Band 1234; Falconettes 1; Wesley 1234 Worship Chairman 2; Choir 134; Orchestra 123; MENC 1234; Kappa Delta Pi 34. BENJAMIN HAWKINSON.............North Branch, Minn. ELEMENTARY-ENG; Art Cl 4; ACE 4; NCTE 1234; SNEA 34 VP 4; Vet's Cl 234; Gamma Delta 1234; Commen-tarians 1; Y Dems 34. EDMOND HAYES.................................Hudson HOWARD HEISE ............................ Ellsworth ENG-SPEECH; Masquers 4; Ensembles 1234; NCTE 34; Band 1234; Y Dems 4; Choir 1234; MENC 4; Foreign Students Association 4. CAROL HENTSCH.........................Glenwood City ELEMENTARY-LIBRARY SCI; SAC 4; ACE 234; SNEA 34; Gamma Delta 1234 VP 3 Pres 4; AWS 1234; Rural Life Cl 12.CHARLOTTE HENTSCH.................Glenwood City ELEMENTARY-GERMAN; ACE 34; SNEA 34 Treas 4; Y GOP 34; Gamma Delta 12 Sec 3 VP 4; AWS 1234; German Cl 234 Sec 4. WILLIAM HERRING...........................River Falls ROBERT HERVAS.......................Turtle Lake ELEMENTARY-SOC SCI MAXINE HEXUM ........................... Cameron MUSIC-ENG; NOTE 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 234; AWS 1234; Band 23; Y Dems 23; Choir 23; MENC 34; Kappa Delta Pi Sec 4. PAT HIGGINS........................ New Richmond GLEN HILLESTEAD.................... New Richmond MATH LENAT HOFMANN..............................Cedarburg AG; Vet's Cl 34; Bowling Team 34; Intra 34. KAY HOLMES.................................. Nekoosa ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; WRA 123; Y GOP 234; Winter Carnival 4; Band 13; Sitzmarkers 34; Choir 1; Synch Swim 34; YM-YWCA 1; ACE 34. ANN HOLZHUETER.............................Menomonie ENGLISH-SPEECH; SAC 4; NCTE 234; WRA Pres 1234; Gamma Delta 1; AWS 234; Band 3; Hathorn Hall 23 Council 2 Assistant 3; Choir 24. LEONARD HOOGHEEM..................New Richmond BIOLOGY-MATH; Intra 2. CARL HUEBNER ........................ Waukesha AGED WILLIAM HULT......................St. Paul, Minn. MATH-HIST-PHY ED JAN IHRKE ................................ Roberts CHARLES JACOBSON ......................Alma Center CRISS JELEN ................................ Pepin ENG-SPEECH; SAC 3; Fr Cl 12 Sec-Treas 2; NCTE 234; Sigma Chi Sigma 234; Winter Carnival Queen 3; Newman Cl 12; Who's Who 4; AWS 34 VP 4; Hathorn Hall Sec 2 Pres 3; Kappa Delta Pi 34; Homecoming Queen Attendant 3. 136BARBARA JOHNSON.......................New Richmond ART-ENG; Masquers 123; Art Cl 1234 Sec 3; Fr Cl 1; Prologue 12; AWS 1234; Band 12; Falconettes 1; Mele-tean 1; Wesley 1234; Student Center Activities Committee 34. GRANT JOHNSON.........................St. Paul, Minn. ELEM-ED GORDON JOHNSON........................Hastings, Minn. MATH MERLYN JONES.............................Boyceville AG; Lib Arts Cl 234; Wesley Treas 1234; USF 3; Agri-fallians 34. KEVIN JOHNSON .......................... Baldwin AG-ECON; FFA 234; Intra 123; LSA 123; Couples Cl 4. JUDY JOHNSON.................................Canton ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; ACE 234 VP 4; WRA 234; Y GOP 3; AWS 1234 Governing Board 4; Hathorn Hall Counselor 3; Hathorn Cottage Pres 4; PEM Cl Sec 4. TIM JOHNSON..........................Turtle Lake DEAN JOHNSON ........................... Cameron BIOLOGY-MATH-CHEM LARRY JULIEN...........................Fairchild CHEM-MATH; Student Senate 4; SAC 4; Who’s Who 4; Personnel Comm 4; Chem Cl 34; Wrestling Team 1234; Football 1234; R Cl 1234; Intra 12. JOHN JUNKMAN............................Hudson BARBARA KANNMACHER.............Hastings, Minn. DONALD KERCKHOVE ..................... Bloomer AG-CHEM; Newman Cl 123; Commentarians 3; Chem Cl 12; FFA 124; Football 2; Intra 1234. WOON, RYOUM KIM .......................... Seoul, Korea ECON; Foreign Students Association. RICHARD R. KLUG ............................... Merrill TM 34; Gamma Delta 1234 Lakes Region Activities Chairman 4; FFA 1234 Sec 4; Stratton Hall 1; Intra 1234. PAULINE KNIEFF....................................Amery SOCIOLOGY-ENG-SPEECH; Masquers 12; NCTE 23; Prologue 234; Y Dem 34 Sec 4; Alpha Psi Omega 34 Sec 4; Wesley 1234; SANE Chairman 4. 137RAYMOND KOZUB .......................... Hawkins MATH-PHYSICS; SAC 34; Math Cl 234 Pres 3; Who’s Who 4; Physics Colloquium 234 Pres 4; Lib Arts Honor Society 4; Y Dems 234; LSA 3; YM-YWCA 3; Institute for Prospective College Teachers 3. ERWIN KRAEMER............................Spooner AG-INO ARTS; SAC 3; TM 3; SNEA 34; Gamma Delta 134 Pres 3; FFA 1234 Treas 3. WILLIAM KRAFT ............................ Elcho PHY ED-ELEMENTARY; Art Cl 3; Vet's Cl 4; Newman Cl 123; FFA 12; Football 1234; Basketball 1234; Track 12; R Cl 1234; Intra 1234. JUDY KRANZ.............................Hastings, Minn. ROBERT KULZER..........................Hastings, Minn. CHEM-MATH; Newman Cl 1234; Chem Cl 1234. ROY LABS.................................... Menomonie POL SCI-HIST; Vet’s Cl 123; Commentarians 4; Y Dems 234; Wesley 12; German Cl 12. KAY LARSEN ................................Amery ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; SNEA 4; AWS 34; International Cl 34. KAREN LARSON .........................Clear Lake PSYCH-SOCIOLOGY; Art Cl 4; Band 123; Psych Cl 1234 Sec 2; Wesley 123 Sec 2 WCC Chairman 3. LORRAINE LARSON MAURICE LEBRECK.................................West Allis LADONNA LEWIS .......................... River Falls ELEMENTARY-PSYCH; ACE 1234; SNEA 1234; Y GOP 234; AWS 1234; Band 3; Psych Cl 1234; LSA 1234. KARL LILIENWALD.................New York City, N. Y. SOC SCI RICHARD LINDAHL......................Stillwater, Minn. MATH-PHYSICS-BIOLOGY BARRY LINDSEY JOHN LIVINGSTON..........................New Richmond 138LEONARD LIVINGSTON..........................Pepin CAROL LOWE ............................... Chetek CHEM-MATH-LIB SCI; AWS 34; Chem Cl 34; Wesley 3. IRENE LUNDE ............................. Conrath ELEMENTARY-PHY EO; SNEA 4; WRA 234; Y GOP 234; Band 12; USF 1234 Sec 2 Pres 4. GLORIA MACK.......................Newport, Minn. ELEMENTARY GEOORAPHY; ACE 1234; Sigma Chi Sigma 234; AWS 1234; Y Dems 3; Hathorn VP 123. KAY, MACKEY.......................... Rice Lake ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; SAC 34; ACE 4; WRA 34; Newman Cl 4; Meletean 4; Y Dems 34; Synchronized Swimmers 34; PEM 4; Homecoming Court 4. NANCY MacNEIL........................ Rice Lake ENG-JOUR; SC Governing Board 34; SAC 4; NCTE 14; WRA 1; Y GOP 3; Winter Carnival Chairwoman 3; Newman Cl 13; AWS 1234; Meletean co-editor 4; Synchronized Swimmers 34; SCAC Chairman 4; Homecoming Court 4. DEXTER MAYFIELD........................Knoxville, Tenn. MICHAEL McEVOY .............................. Elm Grove BIOLOGY-POL SCI-PSYCH; Vet’s Cl 1234; Y GOP 1234; Newman Cl 234; Psych Cl 234; Sitzmarkers 123; Football 2; Student Center Activities Committee 34. DARREL McGILLIS .......................... Ellsworth JEAN McMILLAN ........................Stillwater, Minn. ELEMENTARY-ENG; SC Governing Board 34 Chairman 4; SAC 3; ACE 234; NCTE 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 234; Newman Cl 1234; Who’s Who 4; Social Committee 23 Chairman 3; AWS 1234; Pi Kappa Delta 2; Soph Class Pres; Hathorn Hall 123; Hathorn Cottage 4; Kappa Delta Pi 24; Student Foundation Committee 1234; Awards Board 2; Student Counselor 23; Debate 12. GERALD MEADOW.....................................Wabeno AG-CHEM-MATH; Vet’s Cl 4; Y GOP 234; Chem Cl 34; Sitzmarkers 234. DONALD MELSTROM .................. Ellsworth ECON-MATH; Math Cl 4; Econ Cl 234 VP 4; Intra. ROBERT MEIERS........................ Hastings, Minn. ARLO MILLER ...................................... Amery HIST-POL SCI-SPEECH; Y GOP 1234; Lib Arts Cl 4; Y Dems 4; Intra 123; Pi Kappa Delta 234; Prucha Hall Cl 34; Debate 234. GENE MILLER .................................... Clinton SOCIOLOGY-PSCHY; Student Senate 3; Who's Who 4; Social Committee 23; Y DEMS 234; Stratton Hall House Council 23. 139MABEL MILLER................................Tomah ELEMENTARY-LIBRARY SCI; ACE 1234; SNEA 34; Sec 4; Newman Cl 1234 Sec 3 Ed Chairman 4; AWS 1234; Y Dems 234; Hathorn Hall 12. RICHARD MILLER.........................West Allis GERALDINE MONCHILOVICH ............... Cumberland ELEMENTARY-LIB SCI; ACE 3; WRA 3; AWS 1234; Hathorn Hall 2; Kappa Delta 4; LSA 2.3. JUDY MONCHILOVICH.........................Cumberland ELEMENTARY-LIB SCI; ACE 1234; Sec 2 VP 3; SNEA 34; Sigma Chi Sigma 234; Winter Carnival Co-Chairman 3; Who's Who 4; AWS 1234 Freshman Representative 1 Treas Coordinator; Y Dems 34; Wesley 12; Hathorn Hall Treas 2 Social Committee 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4. BEVERLY MONETTE........................New Richmond ART; Masquers 23 Treas 3; Art Cl 34; Prologue 34; Art Editor 34; WRA 12; Band 123; Y Dems 23; Wesley 1. ROBERT MULLER ............................Green Bay ECON-SOCIOLOGY; SAC 4; TM Treas 34; Lib Arts Cl 34; Econ Cl Pres 234; Intra; Omicron Chi Epsilon 4. GENE MUNDL....................................Antigo MATH-ECON CAROL MURPHY...............................Ellsworth ELEMENTARY-MUSIC; ACE 1234; Newman Cl 1234 Sec 2; AWS 1234 AWS Board 3; Class Treas 2; Hathorn Hall 1234; Hathorn Cottage 4; Choir 1234 Librarian 3. ANITA MUNSON......................Minneapolis, Minn. ENG-SPEECH; SAC 4; NCTE 1234; Sigma Chi Sigma 34; Who's Who 4; AWS 1234; Y Dems 1; German Cl 1; Kappa Delta Pi 34; LSA 1; Forensics 1234. CAROL MYHRE .............................. Hammond ELEMENTARY-LIB SCI; ACE 34 Treas 4; SNEA 234; AWS 1234; German Cl 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; LSA 1234 Sec 4; YM-YWCA 23. GARY NELSON.................................Dallas SOC SCI-ENGLISH; Y GOP; Kappa Delta Pi; LSA. ROBERT NELSON .............................. Amery BIOLOGY-CHEM-MATH; Student Senate 2; SAC 2; Fr Cl 4; Who's Who 4; Social Committee Sec 3; Chem Cl 1234 Pres 3; Tri-Beta 4; Class Pres 2; Foundation Committee 123 Treas 23; Liberal Arts Placement Comm 3. JOHN NEUENFELDT.....................................Spencer MATH-CHEM-PHYSICS; Men’s Chorus 12; Math Cl 234; Chem Cl 1234; Physics Colloquium 3; Sitzmarkers 12- 34; Intra 124. JACK NEURER......................................Cumberland MERLIN NEVELA.........................................Thorp 140DAVID NICHOLS .................... Dubuque, Iowa MUSIC-FRENCH; Ensembles 4; Fr Cl 4; Who's Who 4; Band 1234 Business manager 3 Librarian 34; Class Treas 3; Choir 123 Business manager 3; Orchestra 234; MENC 1234 Publicity manager 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Covenant Cl 1234; Concerts and Lectures Comm. 3.4. BEVERLY NIELSEN ...................St. Paul. Minn. ELEMENTARY-ART; SAC 4; ACE Pres 34; SNEA publicity chairman 23; WRA 1; AWS 1234; German Cl 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; LSA publicity Chairman 1234. LEROY NORDERHAUG..................... River Falls ALBERT OBERMUELLER..................Glenwood City AG-CHEM; Newman Cl 34; Chem Cl 4; Y Dems 34; Stratton Hall 1; Agrifallians 234; Intra 34. PATRICK O’CONNELL....................... Hammond DONOVAN OLSON .......................... River Falls ART-PSYSH; Art Cl 34; Psych Cl 234; LSA 2. KENNETH OLSON ................................ lola CHEM-BIOLOGY; Vet's Cl 23; Y GOP 4; LSA 234. ROBERT OLSON..........................Spring Valley CHEM-MATH; Track 1; LSA 12; Intra. DONALD ONESTI .......................... Wittenberg AG-BIOLOGY; TM 34; Newman Cl 1234; FFA 1234; Intra 34. GARY ORMSTON..................................Grantsburg MATH-CHEM; Chem Cl 4; Baptist Student Fellowship 23. JAMES ORR ....................................Grantsburg AG-ECON; Y GOP 4; FFA 1; Wrestling Team 1; Wesley 1234; Econ Cl 4; Intra 1234. GERALD PALESH ......................... Wausau DEANNA PAUL.............................Rice Lake ELEMENTARY-ART; ACE 4; SNEA 3; AWS 34; Wesley 34. JOANNA PAULSON......................Red Wing. Minn. MATH-LIB SCI; Math Cl 1234; Sec-Treas 3; SNEA 34: WRA 2; Y GOP 3; AWS 1234; Band 1; Falconettes 1; Wesley 1. SANDRA PAULSON .................... Red Wing, Minn. PSYCH-MATH-GERMAN-GUIDANCE; WRA 12; Y GOP 23; AWS 1234; Psych Cl 1234; Sitzmarkers 1234; Class Sec 4; Hathorn Hall 123; Choir 1; German Cl 1234; LSA 12; YM-YWCA 123 Sec. 2. 141 GARY PEDERSON New Richmond RON PERRIER ...........................Stillwater, Minn. ENG-SPEECH; SAC 23; Masquers 12 Pres 2; NCTE 12-34 Publicity Chairman 3; Who's Who 4; Stratton Hall Counselor 34; Alpha FSI Omega 234 Pres 3 VP 4; Fine Arts Festival Committee 3; Concert Lecture Comm. 3; Falcon Film Society 234 Chairman 3. ART PETERSON...........................St. Paul, Minn. BARRY PETERSON.........................Plum City CHLORN PETERSEN..........................Danbury CHEM-MATH; Math Cl 34; Vet s Cl 34; Chem Cl 34; Y Dems 34. DARRELL PETERSON............................Luck ECON-PSYCH-SOCIOLOGY; Psychology Cl 4; Econ Cl 234 program chairman 4. DONNA PETTERSON ........................ Melrose ELEMENTARY-ART; SAC 4; Art Cl 4; ACE 34; SNEA 34 Pres 4; AWS 1234; Rural Life Cl 12; LSA 1234. MARY PHILLIPS.......................New Richmond ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; ACE 234; WRA 1234 Business manager 3; VP 4; Newman Cl 124; AWS 1234; Y Dems 123. GALEN PITTMAN ......................... Plum City ECON-MATH-BUSINESS ADMIN; Newman Cl 1234; Y Dems 1234; Econ Cl 4; Intra 1234. THOMAS PRIDE..................................Osseo SOC SCI-PHY ED; Track 1234; R Cl 1234; Intra. NEAL PROCHNOW .............................. Gilman MATH-PHYSICS; SAC 4; Math Cl 234 Pres 4; Who's Who 4; Physics Colloquium 34; Kappa Delta Pi 34 VP 4; Intra 1234. RICHARD QUAST ......................... Neillsville AG-BIOLOGY; TM 3; Gamma Delta 123; FFA 1234; Baseball 3; Intra 1234. JAMES RANKIN ........................... River Falls HELEN REINART............................ Merrillan ELEMENTARY-LIB SCI; ACE 4; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 4; AWS 4. TERRAS REINHARDT..............................Nelson ECON-PSYCH; Y Dem 34; Econ Cl 234 Sec 4; Student Voice 3; Intra 1234. 142KAY REISSNER River Falls JOHN L. RICE......................................Ellsworth HIST-SPEECH; Y GOP 4; Newman Cl 123; Who’s Who 4; Band 1234; Lib Art Cl VP 4; Orchestra 4; Forensics 1234; Pi Kappa Oelta 1234 Pres 3. JOHN M. RICE....................................... Wilton PHY ED-SOC SCI; Newman Cl 1234; Basketball 124; R Cl 124; Intra 3. VERN RICHARDSON..............................Spring Valley ELEMENTARY-SOC SCI; Masquers 2; ACE 4; SNEA 4; AWS 34. SAM RINECK...........................Chippewa Falls AG-CHEM; Vet's Cl 1234 Treas 4; Y GOP 3; FFA 1234 Pres 4. MICHAEL ROGERS.............................Centuria ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; WINTER CARNIVAL KING 3; Pinochle Cl 34; Football 1234 Basketball 1 Baseball 12; R Cl 234; Homecoming Attendant 2; NEA. JAMES RUDER.....................South St. Paul, Minn. BIOLOGY-CHEM; Y GOP 4; Lib Arts Cl 4; Tri-Beta 34. BETTY SAARI.......................New York Mills, Minn. ELEMENTARY-SOC SCI THOMAS SACKETT............................. Rhinelander SOCIOLOGY-PSYCH; Newman Cl 12; Psych Cl 234; Football 1234; Y Dems 34; R Club 1234. WINSTON SANDEEN......................Stillwater, Minn. ELROY SANFORD .............................. Ellsworth MATH-PSYCH-HIST; Vet’s Cl 2. FLORENCE SATHER........................... River Falls ELEMENTARY-LIBRARY SCI; ACE 4; SNEA 34; WRA 1; AWS 34; Wesley 1; Rural Life Cl 1; YM-YWCA 1. JOHN SCHAFFER.........................Clayton GARY SCHARFENBERG................... Edgerton ELEMENTARY-PHY ED-HEALTH; Basketball 234 Capt 4; Class VP 4; R Cl 234 Treas 4. 143 JOE SCHIMML . . Eau ClaireLAWRENCE SCHMIDT................................ Loyal AG-MATH; TM 4; Newman Cl 1; Commentarians 3; FFA 1234; Kappa Delta Pi 34. NANCY SCHMID...................................Chilton ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; ACE 34; WRA Publicity Chair- man 1234; AWS 1234; Y Dems 23; USF 12; PEM Cl 4. NORMAN SCHNAGL.................................Spooner JAMES SCHWENK ......................... Hudson JIM SEGERSTROM ......................... River Falls ERNEST SEVERSON..................Glenwood City ELEMENTARY-IND ARTS CAROLYN SHELDON..........................Stockholm MATH-PHYSICS-CHEM; Math Cl 34; AWS 1234; Hathorn Hall 1234; Covenant Cl 1234 Publicity 24 Sec 3. LOUELLA SKAR............................. Rice Lake ELEMENTARY-PSYCH; SNEA 34; AWS 34; Choir 4; LSA 34. KENNETH SMELCER............................Baraboo SOC SCI-PHY ED; Vet's Cl 34; Sitzmarkers 34; Football 3; Wrestling Team 23; Track 134; R Cl 34; Intra 3; LSA 4; Cheerleader 4. CLYDE SMITH ..................................Ellsworth CHARLES SMITH .................................. Beloit ECON-POL SCI; Student Senate Treas 23; SAC 23; Y GOP Pres 34; Homecoming Chairman 4; Wesley 123 Worship Chairman 2 Pres 3; Class Pres 2; Intra 12. HENRY SMOKE................................Tomah AG; TM 4; Commentarians 23; Stratton Hall 1; Agri- fallians 234; Intra 1234. NANCY SOLUM ............................... Canton ELEMENTARY-GUIDANCE; ACE 4; SNEA 4; WRA 4; Gamma Delta 23; AWS 1234; Psych Cl 23; Hathorn Hall 123; Orchestra 1. Red Wing, Minn. Red Wing, Minn. JUDITH STEFFENHAGEN LOIS STEFFENHAGEN .SHERMAN STOFLET.......................... Marshfield AGCHEM TM 34; Gamma Delta 1; CHEM Cl 3; FFA 1234; Wrestling Team 1; Y Dems 12; Intra 12. ARNOLD SUMTER ............................... Prescott EDWARD SUSEDIK ............................. Ladysmith MATH-PHYSICS; Newman Cl 1234; Physics Colloquium 234. JEANETTE SWENSON ....................... Hudson CHEM-MATH; AWS 1234; Band 1; Orchestra 1; LSA 23. JOYCE SVEC GERALD SVENDSEN ..........................Cable BIOLOGY-CHEM; SC Governing Board 4; Newman Cl 123; Baseball 134; Y Dems 1234; Tri-Beta 34 Treas 4; Student Voice 2; Intra 123. DAVID SWAN ................................ Pewaukee AG CHEM; Student Senate 4; Chem Cl 34; FFA 1234; Athletics 123; USF 12; Stratton Hall 134; Intra 1234. WARREN TORGERSON.........................Turtle Lake MATH-CHEM-PHYSICS; Math Cl 234 VP 4; Y GOP 12; Wesley 1234; Intra 1. WILLIAM TRENDA....................Bayport, Minnesota PHYSICS-MATH. FREDRICK TRAUTMANN ...................... Tomahawk SOC SCI-SPEECH; SAC 4; Prologue Editor 4; Who's Who 4; Kappa Delta Pi Pres 4. WILLIAM TURNER.............................Hammond AG-BIOLOGY; FFA 34 Reporter 4; Wesley 12; Intra 1234. THEODORE VANASSE.....................Spring Valley MATH-BIOLOGY; Kappa Delta Pi 34. MARY VITTANEN.............................Barron SOCIOLOGY-PSYCHOLOGY; SAC 4; NCTE 2; Sigma Chi Sigma 34 Pres 4; WRA 23; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234 IAWS Co ordinator 4; Band 234; Psych Cl 34; Lib. Arts Club 4; Y Dems 3; Class Sec 3; Hathorn Hall Sec 3; Hathorn Cottage 4; SANE 4. WAYNE VITTANEN........................Turtle Lake ENG-SOC SCI; Newman Cl 1234; Who’s Who 4; Band 1234; Y Dems 234; Kappa Delta Pi 34; Intra 12; Homecoming Chairman 4; Counselor Prucha Hall 34; Honor’s Reading Seminar 23. GARY WAGENBACH .......................... Barron CHEM-BIOLOGY; Student Senate 3; SAC 34; TM 4; Sitz-markers 2; Track 1; Football 23; Tri-Beta 34; Class Officer 3; R Cl 23; Dad’s Day Chairman. 145 LINDA WAGENBACH................................ Barron MUSIC; Ensembles 234; AWS 34; Band 12; Choir 1234; MENC 34 Pres 4; LSA 12. VERNON WANISH ................................ Catawba ELEMENTARY-PHY ED; Basketball 34; Baseball 34; R Club 34; Intra 34; PEM 4. CHARLES WEBSTER.................................Gilman RAY WEISENBECK .......................... Durand WELDEN WEYENBERG ........................ Neenah JANET WHITMORE ....................... Ladysmith ELEMENTARY-ART; Art Cl 123; ACE 1234; Band 123; Falconettes 1; Y Dems 3; Wesley 1; Hathorn Hall Counselor 3. RONALD WILHELMSON.................St. Paul, Minn. GEORGEANN YOUNGGREN..................River Falls ART-SPEECH; Masquers 1; Art Club 1234; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; WRA 34 Swimming Head 4; Y GOP 34; Sec 4; Who's Who 4; AWS 1234; Wesley 12; Hathorn Hall 12; Synchronized Swimmers Co-Captain 34; 4-H Historian 3. MARLENE ZERWONKER RICHARD ZIMMERMAN ..................... Wausau CHEM-PHYSICS; Math Cl 124; Gamma Delta 1234; Chem Club 1234 VP 4; Physics Colloquium 34; Stratton Hall Treas 2; Intra 12. CYNTHIA HILL So. St. Paul, Minn.FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS President.......... HAMPTON WILMOT Vice President_____WILLIAM THIESSA Secretary...............MARY HARTWIG Treasurer..................GENE SMITH Wilmot, Hartwig, SmithABEL, ORLAND C., St. Paul, Minn. ADAMS, GLENDA, Baldwin ADAMS, PATRICIA KAY, Amery AFDAHL, JOHN D., Hammond ALAJOKI, RAYMOND D., Des Plaines ALEN, DARREL, Balsam Lake ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, VIRGIL, Pepin ANDERSON, RUTH, Pepin ANNIS. LARRY, Hudson BACHLER, DOROTHY, Holcomb BAER, SUSAN, Port Edwards BAKER, JOSEPH R., Prescott BAKER, STEPHANIE, Amery BALKE, DAVID, Edgerton BARIBEAU, GEORGE, Rice Lake BARRETTE, JEFF, Somerset BARRY, DENNIS, Hales Corners BARRY, JOAN, River Falls BATTERSON, DON, White Bear BEAUDRY, JAMES, Hudson BECKER, MARTHA, St. Paul, Minn. BEELER, ALAN, Prescott BEESTMAN, CLIFFORD, Clayton BEHLING, KEITH, Menomonie BELLIN, LYLE, Forrestville BENNETT, KENNETH, Hastings BERENCHIK, RICH, Gilman BERGENE, JOHN, Chetek BERGLUND, JAMES, Osceola BERKNER, DOUGLAS, Red Wing, Minn. BERKNER, THOMAS, Red Wing, Minn. BEST, DOUGLAS, Woodville BEVER. JAMES, Balsam Lake BIECK, MICHAEL, Edgerton BIGNELL, KENNETH, Arkansaw BINKOWSKI, CAROL, Elmwood BISHOP, NEIL, Prairie du Sac BIXBY, KATHLEEN. New Richmond BLACK, JUDY, Anchorage, Alaska 148BIATTNER, WILLIAM, Balsam Lake BLAZKOWSKI, PHILIP, Woodruff BOETTCHER, LAVERNE, Chippewa Falls BOH, DAN, Willard BOH, WILLIAM, Greenwood BOHLOOL, BEHROUZ, Tehran, Iran BOLIER, STEVEN, Baldwin BOOTH, BONNIE, Clear Lake BOSMAN, THOMAS, Baldwin BOSTROM, DENNIS, Hager City BRADFORD, WILLIAM, Eagle River BRANDENSTEIN, DANIEL, Watertown BRANDT, LINDA, Ellsworth BRINKMAN, KARYLE, New Richmond BROCKMAN, BARRY, Mauston BROOKE, DENNIS, Spring Valley BROWN, DENNIS. Neillsville BROWN, FRANK, Spring Valley BROWN, JEROME, Hudson BRYNGELSON, CARLYN, Barron BUETTNER, MARVELLE, New Richmond BUHR, GARY. Clear Lake BUNCH, DAVID, Diamond Bluff BURICH, WAYNE, Chippewa Falls BURKE, ARLEN, Amery BURNS, JOHN, Prescott BYE, DIANE, Hastings, Minn. BYSTROM, NORMA, St. Paul, Minn. CAFLISCH, THOMAS, Baraboo CAHANES, CAROL, Stillwater CALLIES, BETTY, Bruce CARISCH, CHRISTIAN, River Falls CARLSON, BURTON, Chetek CASEMENT, GARRY, River Falls CASSELTON, LANAJEAN, Sastle CATT, DUANE E., River Falls CATURIA, CALVIN, Arkansaw CHARLSON, WINSTON, Kenyon, Minn. CHELMO, JOAN, Webster CHENEY, DAVID. Lake Elmo, Minn. CHISHOLM, SARA, River Falls CHRISTENSEN, HAROLD, New Richmond CHRISTENSEN. JUDITH, Prescott CHRISTMAN, PHIL, Tony CHRISTOPHERSON, ALAN, Lena CHUBB, ROBERT, Cumberland CINA, STANLEY, River Falls CLAGETT, RUSSEL, Hayward CLIFTON, JUDSON, St. Paul, Minn. CLIVER, JOHN, Marshfield CLOSSON, RANAH, Northfield COOK, JOHN, Cumberland COOK, MARY ANN, Hager City 149COOPER, HENRY, Monroia, Uberia COOPER, REBECCA, Monroia, Liberia CORBIN, WILLIAM, Spooner COTTER, PATRICIA, Rhinelander COUNARD, ALVIN, Brussels COX, JANET, New Richmond CRANE, SHERMAN SCOTT, Bayport, Minn. CRISLER, CAROL, Newport, Oregon CUMMINGS, GORDON, Ellsworth CZESHINSKI, DOROTHY, Owen CZEKALSKI, MARY, Weyerhauser DADO, KENNETH, Clayton DANIELS, HENRY, Bruce DANIELS, RONALD, Hudson DANKE, CLIFFORD, Readfield DAVIS, CULVER, Stillwater DAWSON, JACKELYN, River Falls DeCAMP, MARGARET, Glenwood City DeCORA, ELWOOD, Wyeville DEGNER, EUGENE, Cumberland DeLONG, MARK, Owens DENISON, PATRICK, Birchwood DENNING, JOHN, Mequon DENNIS, LOUISE, St. Paul, Minn. DeSMITH, DENNIS, Glenwood City DIAL, JEFF, Spring Valley DIETZLER, MARGARET, Cadott DILLER, VICTOR, Boyceville DINOMANN, WILLIAM, Grantsburg DOBROWOLSKI, CYNTHIA, Chetek DOW, LOIS, Glenwood City DRESSLER, EUGENE, Cadott DREW, JANET, Gleason DROST, JOHN, Rice Lake DUCH, JERRY, Sarona DUCKLOW, CLAIR, Ellsworth DUMMANN, THOMAS, White Bear Lake, Minn. DUNN, EDWARD, Bellwood, Pa. DUNOW, JOHN, Land O' Lakes DURAND, THOMAS, River Falls DUSEK, DENNIS, River Falls DUSZYNSKI, DONALD, West Chicago, III. EAST, KAREN, Webster EDGELL, DAVID, St. Paul, Minn. EDWARDS, ROBERT, Woodville EK, JOSEPH, St. Paul, Minn. EKBLAD, SUSAN ELLEFSON, ANN, Spring Valley ELLEFSON, VERNON, Spring Valley ELLIOTT, ROGER, Sarona ENGSTROM, JUDITH, Hudson ERICKSON, LEE ANDRA, Ettrick ERICKSON, TERRANCE, St. Paul, Minn. EVANS, JOHN PAUL, St. Paul, Minn. 150EVENSON, ALLEN, Alma Center FAGERSTROM, RONALD, Madison FALKOFSKE, DONNA, Ellsworth FASKHAUSER, BARRY, Barron FANSLER, DIANE, Amery FEATHERSTONE, JOY. Red Wing, Minn. FESER, JUDITH, Wayzata, Minn. FILKINS, VIRGINIA, Newport, Minn. FINK, PATRICIA, Ellsworth FINLEY, WILLIAM, River Falls FISHER, BRENT, Cataract FISK, RICHARD, St. Croix Falls FITSCHEN, GARY, Red Wing, N FITZJARRELL, PAUL, River Fall FLEMING, NANCEE, So. St. Pai FOREHAND, WAYLAND, Hillsdf FORREST, DAVID, Dresser FORSYTHE, LeROY, Hammond FOSSUM, RICHARD, Rice Lake FOX, DWAYNE, Hastings, Minn. FOX, KAREN, Hartford FRAZER, DAVID, Brookfield FRAZIER, JOAN, Hudson FREDRICKSON, SHIRLEY, Deronda FREITAG, VIRGINIA, Amery FRENCH, HARLAN, Hudson FRIDAY, NEROY FRIENDSHUH, GARY, Bloomington, Minn. FROELICH, DONALD, Chippewa Falls FROLIK, DONALD, Rice Lake FULLER, PATRICIA, River Falls FUNK, PAUL, St. Croix Falls FUSER, THOMAS, GALLETT, DANIEL, GANDER, CHARLES, GANSKE, EDWARD, GILL, WILLIAM GILLIS, DEAN, Plum City GILLIS, STEPHAN, GLEASON, MARY, GLOVKA, GEORGE, GOFF, THOMAS, GORE, BECKY, Osseo GOUKER, KENNETH, Clear Lake GRAHAM, MORGAN. Elgin, III. GRAY, CHERRY, Edgerton GRAY, STEVE, St. Paul, Minn. GREEN, EUGENE, River Falls 151GREENQUIST, RONALD, St. Croix Falls GREGURICH, ROBERT, Deerbrook GRETHEN, RITA, Turtle Lake GROSBECK, MARLENE, Clear Lake GULLICKSON, LINDA, Amery GUSTAFFSON, ARLENE, Ellsworth GUTTING, STEPHAN, Beidenville HAAS, ARTHUR, Unity HAASE, KAREN, Conrath HAGENESS, MARVIN, Mondovi HAGERSTAD, HERMAN, River Falls HAKES, LYLE, Stanley mmMPM,nn nraitfkw, iwii HANSEN, DAVIE m.1 , iiuuwh 1, Hager City HANSON, A. FR EDERICK, Cumberland HANSON, RD, St Paul. Minn. HARNISC H, GARY, Boyceville HANSON, LOUIS, HANSON, SHARON, HARNISCH, GARY, HARRIS, THOMAS, HART, ROBERT, M HARTER, JOHN. W HARTWIG, MARY, Hammond HAUG, JERRY, Amery HAUGE. GERALD, St. Paul, Minr HAUGEN, LARRY, Barron HAUNSCHILD, DALE, Greenwood HAVEL, SHIRLEE, Frederic HAWTHRONE, TERRY, Chicago, HAYDEN, JAY, Cornell HAYNES, HEISE, DE HENDRICKSON, EUGENE, Osceola HENDRIKSON, ROLAND, Colfax HENDRIKSON, PAUL, Amery HESSELINK, GERALD, Baldwin HERSCLEB, DIANE, Stillwater HILLMAN, ALLAN, Knapp HILLSTEAD, DUANE, Woodville HINDES, CHARLES, West Chicago, III. HOARD, CURTIS, St. Paul, HODGKINS, RICHARD, HOEFER, LON, Sh HOLEN, JANICE, HOLLDORF, CARLA, HOLLOWAY, THOMAS, HOLM, MICHAEL, Chippewa Falls mmeSL HOVERMAN, CAROL, Dresser 152HOVERMAN, GARY, Frederick HOWARD, MARY ANN, Spring Valley HOWE, MARIAN, Red Wing. Minn. HUEFTLE, DONNELL, Roberts HUETTL, GARTH, Wabeno HUGHES, THERESA, Hastings, Minn. HUTCHINGSON, ROGER, Chippewa Falls JACOBS. JOHN. Sparta JANDRT, ROBERT. Exeland JASIEKI, GARITH, Weyerhauser JENKINS, KATHY, River Falls JENSEN, DAVID, La Crosse f 9 JENSEN, KAREN, La Crosse JENSON, KENT, Chetek JERDEE, DAVID, Amery JOHN, JOHN, Malaya JOHNSEN, DIANE, Ellsworth JOHNSON. ARDELL, Clam Falls JOHNSON,' DeWAYNE Son' JOHNSON, DONALD, Hudson JOHNSON, DUANE, River Falls JOHNSON, GARY, Barron JOHNSON, HAROLD. Eau Claire JOHNSON. HARVEY. Prescott JOHNSON. JAMES. Boyceville JOHNSON. KEITH. Centuria JOHNSON. LARRY. Barronett JOHNSON. LORENS. Center City JOHNSON, MARGARET, Turtle Lake JOHNSON, MARY ELLEN, Montreal JOHNSON, ROBERT, Glenwood JOHNSON, ROSE, Amery JOHNSON, SANDRA, Dresser JOHNSON, STEVEN, St. Croix Falls smmsL JOHNSON. WILLIAM, Luck JOHNSON. WILLIAM, Glen Flora JOHNSTON. DAVID, River Falls JUNKER. MARY JANE, Stillwater, Minn. JURGENS, ANALU, River Falls KAISER. DENNIS, Hudson KAMBORIAN, CHALON, Newton, Mass. KAMMERUD. RICHARD. Dresser KAPUN. CHRISTIANE. Austria KELLY. DONNA, River Falls £££§ £1 153KING, BERNARD, Plum City KINGSBURY, ANNE, Turtle Lake KLAPPERICH, LLOYD, Marytown KLEINHANS, KURT, Plymouth KLISCZ, ANTHONY, Gilman KOCH, DONAVON, River Falls KOLB, GLENN, Barrow KOLSTAD, JOHN, Comstock KONGSLIEN, TOM, River Falls KORANSKI, DAVID, Menomonie KOVACEVICH, JOHN, Bruce KRUEGER, BRUCE, Wisconsin Rapids KRUMM, JOHNNY B., Baldwin KUHN,'JAMES, Clear Lake KUHTZ, CHARLES, Waukesha KULLMANN, JUDY, River Falls KURTH, THOMAS, Wausau KUSS, DONALD, River Falls LaCROSSE, GARY, LAIB, GARY, New LAMON, ROXANNE, LAMSON. GEORGIA, DOUGLAS, Spring Valley LaVENTURE, REGINA, New Richmond LEE, LARRY, Randolph, Minn. LEMKE, ARTHUR, Des Plaines, III. LeMAY, PETER, Cornell LENCZ, STEVEN, Gilman LENSELINK, RITA, Clear Lake LEONARD, JAMES, Ellsworth LEWERENZ, ALICE, New Richmond LEWERER, MARILYN, Lake Elmo, Minn. LIEBERMAN, WILLIAM, Eau Claire LIEFFRING, JOSEPH, Cumberland LINDEN, CATHERINE, Amery LINDREW, DAVID, Beloit LINEHAN, WILLIAM, Hudson LINGOFELT, JUDITH, Hastings LINSE, WILLIAM, Mondovi LOEBER, MARY, Stillwater, Minn. LONG, JOSEPH, Edgerton LONGSDORF, RICHARD, Pepin LOOMIS, LARRY, Mondovi LOVE, DAVID, Edgerton LUCAS, BARBARA, Cadott LUECK, WAYNE, Osceola LUEDKE, GAYLAND, Milwaukee 154LUMPHREY. OLIVER, River Falls LUNDGREN, GARY, Elmwood LYNUM, DARLENE, Spring Valley MACHACEK, ROBERT, Glenville MACK, KATHLEEN, River Falls MAHAN, KERMIT, St. Paul, Minn. MAIER, RALPH, Elk Mound MALONEY, DANILE, Roberts MANN, THOMAS, White Bear MARSOLEK, DON, Fountain City MARTEN, CURTIS, Barron MARTIN, GORDON, St. Paul, Minn. MARTIN, JOYCE, Stockholm MARTINEAU, DAVID, River Falls MARTINEAU, PHILIP, Rice Lake MARTY, MICHAEL, Stillwater, Minn MARXEN, DONNA, St. Croix Falls MAURER, WILLIAM, Balsam Lake MAY, DONALD G., Ontario, Canada McDIARMID, GURTIE, Hudson McDONOUGH, THOMAS, St. Paul, Minn. McKENZIE, JERRY, St. Croix Falls McKINLEY, DAISY, Siren McLELLAN, MICAHEL, Spooner McNAUGHTON, GLENN, Durand MEATH, MYRON, New Richmond MEIDLINGER, KENNETH, St. Paul, Minn. MELLGREN, MARILYN, Milltown MELSTROM, GARY, Ellsworth MERKT, JAMES, New Richmond METCALF, NANCY, Woodville MICHAELS, JAMES, Berlin MIDDLECOFF, DAISY, St. Paul, Minn. MILLER, JEAN, Chetek MILLER, KENNETH, Woodville MISSLING, ROBERT, Withee MITCHELL, THOMAS, Ladysmith MITCHELL, WINFIELD, St. Paul MOEN, RICHARD, Cumberland MONSON, EDWARD, Glenville MORRISON, IVAN, Ellsworth MORROW, PATRICK, Chicago, III. MOSELY, ROBERT, Hirton MOTZ, GEORGE, Balsam Lake MUNSON, ARTHUR, Minneapolis, Minn. MURPHY, PATRICIA, Baldwin MURPHY, WILLIAM, Beldenville MYHRE, HELEN. Ellsworth NEITZEL, ROGER, Ontario NELLIGAN, MARY, Luck NELSON, BEVERLY, River Falls NELSON, BRENT, Baldwin NELSON, DAVID, Clear Lake NELSON, DENNIS, River Falls 155NELSON, DONALD, Chetek NELSON, JOAN, River Falls NELSON, LLOYD. Cumberland NELSON. MARTIN, Clayton NELSON, RICHARD. Frederic NELSON, ROGER, Hastings NELSON, STUART. Star Prairie NELSON, VALERIA, River Falls NESS, COBURN, Spooner NEWCOMB. GERAIO. Webster NEWTON. DUANE, Baldwin NICCUM. BRYAN, Amery NICOUN, RENEE. St. Paul. Minn. NIELSEN. LUVERNE, Milltown NORDAHL, LORNE. Amery NORDEEN, MICHAEL. Centuria NORDERHAUG, JUDITH, River Falls NORSTRAND, RONALD, Ellsworth NORLANDER. JOHN. Osceola NORQUIST, JOHN, Hager City NORRISH, RODERICK, Rock Falls NORTMAN, RAY, Black River Falls NUZUM, CHARLES. Tomah NYKANEN, DOUGLAS. Turtle Lake OESTREICH, ROGER. Wisconsin Rapids O'FLANAGAN, JANET, Prairie Farm O'HANDLEY, DONALD, Detroit, Mich. OLSEN, ROBERT. Bayport, Minn. OLSON, BERNARD. New Richmond OLSON. CHARLES. Spring Valley OLSON, DAVID, Barron OLSON. DONALD, Maiden Rock OLSON. DONNA, Luck OLSON. FREDERICK. Cashton OLSON, GORDON. Frederic OLSON, HERBERT, Loyal OLSON. LOREN, Glenwood City OLSON, MELVIN. Amery OLSON. MICKEY. Knapp OLSON. NINA. Clear Lake OLSON, ORLAND, Westby OLSON, ROY, Ellsworth ORGAN. JOYCE. Rice Lake OSLEY, GWENETH. Melrose O'SULLIVAN, BASIL, Rice Lake OTTO, JOHN, Minneapolis, Minn. PAGEL, JOHN, River Falls PAINTER, JOHN. River Falls PARNELL. MARY ANN. Somerset PARSLOW, THOMAS, River Falls PARSONS, ROGER, Plum City PASKVAN, GEORGINE, Stillwater, Minn. PAULSEN, JANICE. Frederic PAULSON. LESLIE. River Falls 156PECHACEK, DORIS, Hastings, Minn. PECHACEK, JOHN, River Falls PECHACEK, ROGER, River Falls PEDERSON, KAREN, River Falls PENCE, ROCHELLE, Spring Valley PENNINGTON, BRUCE, River Falls PETERSEN, GARY, Luck PETERSON, BRUCE, No. St. Paul, Minn. PETERSON, CAROL, Tomah PETERSON, JAMES C., Bloomington PETERSON, JAMES R., Beldenville PETERSON, JUDITH, Hudson PETERSON, MARJORIE, Hudson PETERSON, MARTIN, Comstock PETERSON, MICHAEL, Amery PETERSON, MILTON, New Richmond PETERSON, RICHARD, Barron PHILLIPS, EARL, Hudson PICHL, ARTHUR, Shawano PIERCE, TODD, Buchanan. Mich. PIERSON, RONALD, Boyceville PINCH, PHILIP, Rosendale PITZER, LEAH, River Falls PLANTZ, CHARLES, Ladysmith PLUMMER, DENIS. New Auburn POMINVILLE, DAVID, Stillwater POPOWSKI, DONALD, Chetek POPP, TIMOTHY, White Bear Lake POTTER, HOWARD, Washburn POWERS, WILBURN. Red Wing, Minn. PRESTON. LORIN, Eau Claire PRITCHARD, ROBERT, West Point, Ind. PROBST, ROGER, River Falls PROCHNOW, LARRY, Gilman PARVIS, RONALD, Knapp RABAS, DAVID, Lena RAMSEY, CHERYL, Hudson RAMSEY, KEITH, Melrose RASK, ARNOLD, Plum City RASMUSSEN, BARBARA, Luck REECK, DOROTHY, Prescott REETZ, JOANNE, Boyceville REIS, DANIEL, River Falls REYNOLDS, MICHAEL, Stillwater, Minn. RICE, BRUCE, Sioux City, la. RICHMOND, DON, Eagle River RICHTER, JAMES. Spooner RIECK, ROLLAND, Bay City RIEK, MARY, Boyceville RIES, JOE, Hastings. Minn. RILEY, JAMES, Stillwater, Minn. RIMSHAW, SUZANNE, McNaughton RINGGER, DEAN, River Falls RIVARD, JIM, Somerset 157RODBERG. JAMES, St. Louis Park, Rogers! EILEEN, "centuria ROGERS, SUSAN, Dewaukee ROHL. LAWRENCE. ROMSOS, ARDEN. RONGSTAD. ALLEN, ROSSING, RALPHE, RUBIN. JOHN, Rice RUDESILL, JUDY, B SARTORI, DAVID, Fond du Lac SATHER. KAREN, SATHER. MELVIN. SCHAAR, JOAN, SCHLADWEILER. SCHLEY. GREGORY. SCHMALTZ, T. A., SCHMID, PAUL, SCHMIDT, SCHMIDT, SCHMIDT. SCHUELLER. hmond Curtiss Roberts CAROLYN. Ellsworth Boyceville R. JEWELL. Ellsworth JAMES, Independence SCOn, EVANGELINE. Hudson SCOTTUM, LEANNE, Osceola SEEBOLD, RICHARD. St. Paul, Minn. SEETHALER, SHARON LEE, St. Paul, Minn. SEGERSTROM, THOMAS, Hudson SEKI, MAE KAZUE, Maui, Hawaii SELBREDE. KEITH. Hudson SETTER, GERALD. Dresser SHELDON, GLENDA. Lawrenceburg. Ind. SHEPPARD, RICHARD. Sparta SHEWCZYK. RICHARD. Lublin SIEBENALER. FRANCIS. Hastings, Minn. SKOUG. OSCAR. Chetek SKOUG, PAUL. Chetek SKOW, HARVEY. Luck SKROCH. ALBERT, Arcadia SMITH, GENE. Clear Lake SMITH, GLENN, Spooner 158SMITH, JERRY, Downing SMYTH, LYNN, Watertown SOFIE, DARLENE, St. Paul, Minn. SOKOLOWSKI, CHARLENE, Tony SOMMERS, KENNETH, Stillwater. Minn. SPAHOS, FRANK, Beloit STAEBELL, DAVID, Cameron STAHL, CHARLES, Stillwater, Minn. STAIGER, JEROME, Hager City STARKEY, RICHARD, Rice Lake STEAHL, MARY, Red Wing, Minn. STEFONEK, KAREN, New Richmond STEIN, CLAIR, Spring Valley STELLRECHT, DONALD, Spooner STELTZNER, KENNETH, Cumberland STELZEL, BONNIE, Farmington STEPHANI, THOMAS, Black Creek STEVENS, DON, St. Paul, Minn. STIEHL, STOCK, RALPH, STODOLA, JOHN, Sarona STOLZMAN, JAMES, River Falls STRASSER, STROP, PHILIP, Tony STROP, THOMAS, Ladysmith STURN, JERRY, Wisconsin Rapids SUCKOW, GERALD, Unity SUMNER, DOUGLAS, River Falls SUSA, LEON, Independence SWANSON, HARRY, Mason SWANSON, JAMIE, C SWANSON, SHARON, SWANSON, WAYNE, SWEENEY, MELODIE, SWEENEY, SIDONIA, SWENSON, GLENN SZCZECH, GLORIA, SZEDLAK, MATE, I TANNER, GARY, Red Wing, Minn. TANNER. JAMES, St. Croix Falls TATE, TEIGEN, TERRANO, JAMES, Plum City TESDALL, VICKI, Red Wing THIEME, ROBERT, No. St. Paul, Minn. THIESSA. WILLIAM, Plum City THOMPSON, CAREN, Cameron THOMPSON, KAREN, Frederic THOMPSON, KAY, St, Paul, Minn. THOMPSON, ROBERT, Spring Valley THOMPSON, RODNEY. Whitehall THORSON, GERALD, Mondovi TIETZ, LOWELL, Frederic TIMM, TIMOTHY, Chetek 159TRI, TANTHIA, Hastings, Minn. TRIPP, JAMES, Sparta TURCHENESKE, JOHN, River Falls TUYNMAN. WILLIAM, Cumberland UELMEN, LOUIS, Antigo URQUHART, RODERICK, Stanley VALENTA, JOSEPH, Suring VALLEEN, GERALD, Lindstrom VALLEY, ALLEN, St Paul, Minn. VAN DYKE, GREGORY, Durand VAN HORN, RODNEY, New Auburn VAUGHAN, MICHAEL, St. Paul, Minn. VEST, THOMAS, St. Paul, Minn. VEZINA, DONALD, St. Croix Falls VOGHT, VERNON, Ellsworth WALKER, ROBERT, Clinton WALL, RICHARD, River Falls WALLACE, SCHUYLER, Spooner WALLESVERD, WALTER, Baldwin WAXON, BARBARA, Hudson WAXON, JEAN, River Falls WEBB. JON, Elmwood WEBERG, LYDNON, Ellsworth WEBSTER, CLARK, White Bear Lake WELCH, WILLIAM, Prescott WELKE, RONALD, Eau Claire WELLS, ABRON, Hazelhurst, Miss. WELTY, FREDERICK, Crivitz WERNER. DANIEL, Menomonie WESTBROCK, LYLE, St. Paul, Minn. WHITE, MARLIN, Frederic WHITE, RICHARD, Mattoon WHITESIDE. KATHERINE, Waunakee WIESNER, DAVID. Omro WILLIAMS, NORMAN, St. Paul. Minn. WILMOT, HAMPTON, River Falls WILSON, DANIEL, Lac du Flambeau WINDOLFF, ART, Hudson WINZER, KAREN, Roberts WISNER, HUGH, Cumberland WITTHOFT, ROBERT, Clear Lake WOLFE. HAROLD, West Allis WOLLMERING, THOMAS, Hampton, Minn. WOODBECK, DAVE, St. Paul, Minn. WOOLSON, FLOYD, St. Croix Falls WRIGHT, STEVEN, Galesville WYATT, JERRY, Ellsworth WYATT, RICHARD, Ellsworth YOUNGER, THOMAS, Hudson ZANK, NANCY, Hudson ZAPPA, JOYCE, Cumberland ZASPEL, JANET, New Richmond ZELLER, JAMES, Round Lake, III. ZEPPLIN, MARY, Barneveld 160ZOELLE, DAVID, Farmington ZORN, PATRICIA, River Falls ZWAHLEN, JOHN, Star Prairie KANGEROO KOURT Lower than dirt, Frosh, lower than dirt.. . maybe next time a Sophomore says "Button!" you'll ... This is like when Alexander the Greek had to undo this funny named knot that was somewhere in Asia or China and ... My name is John Drost. I’m a freshman from Rice Lake. I’m dirty. You know, Mary, this is a heck of a lot more fun than making mud-pies. 161SOPHOMORES Vice Prez Knutson with constitu-unts Queen-Secretary Judi in appropriate garb. CLASS OFFICERS President .......... ED CHURCHILL Vice-President......TOM KNUTSON Secretary...........JUDI HARMON Treasurer......MIKE WISKERSCHENAFDAHL. ALBRIC ALLAR, GARY ALTON, AMIRAR AMUNDSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, WALLACE. ARMITAGE, Falls Elmo, Minn. I Lake ARNDT. DAVID. New Richmond ARNESON, PAUL. Spring Valley ARNOLD. MARY. New Richmond ASH, THOMAS. Frederic AUBERT, ROSELLA. Frederic BAAR, DIANNE, River Falls BEELER, BARBARA. Prescott BEHN, NORMAN, Birnamwood BEINE, BARBARA, Charles City, Iowa BEKKUM, VICTOR. Westby BENNETT. RICHARD. River Falls BENSON, DAVID. Clear Lake BERG, RONALD, Cushing BERGSRUD, BARBARA. Spring Grove BERKNER. STANLEY. Red Wing BETLER. JUDY. Berlin CHESTER. Osceola PAUL, Arkansaw BLAHA, JAMES, Sturgeon Bay BLANK. GARLEY, St. Paul, Minn. BLAZEK. ALLEN. Bruce BLOOM, GEORGE. Phillips BODSBERG. JACQUELINE. Amery BOERNER. THOMAS. St. Paul. Mim. BOHLOOL, BEHZAD, Tehran. Iran BOORTZ. JOHN. Cameron BORCHERT. JANET. River Falls BOURDACHS, RONALD, Bayport, Minn. CHARLES.BUNDERS, BARBARA, Madison BURDICK, GRANT, Waukesha BURKE, CHARLES, St. Paul, Minn. BURKE, GARY, St, Paul, Minn. CAMPLIN, BETTY, Frederic CARNINE, ALLEN, New Richmond CAROW, JOHN, New CARRIER, CHARLES, CASHMAN, CAROL, River CAVANAUGH, BETTY, CEDEHOLM, GERALD, CHARTIER, SHIRLEY, CHRISTENSEN, CAROL, Luck CHRISTENSON, RAY, River Falls CHRISTENSON, RONALD, Webster CHRISTIANSON, TERRY, River Falls CHURCHILL, EDWIN, Ladysmith CIPOV, LUANN, Chetek CLARKE, CLARK, COOK, COOK, COOKE, JAN, lilt COVELL, HARRY, Luck CULVER, RICHARD, CULVER, ROBERT, CULVER, WALTER, Ell! CUMMINGS, MARILYN, DAHL. DELORES, DOUST, MARK, DRAVIS, FREDERICK, DREW, GORDON, Gle DROST, SUZANNE, Ni DUEHOLM, LYN, Mil DUNN, PATRICIA. El DURAND, CYRILLE, h St. Paul, EDIN, EMMETT, Hudson EDINGER, CLIVE, Berlin EKSTROM, KERMIT, River Falls ELLINGSTAD, RICHARD, Hudson EMERSON, DAVID ENGEBERG, DONALD, St. Paul, Minn. ENGEBRETH, KAREN, River Falls ENGEBRETSEN, DONALD, Hudson ENGUM, DONALD, Independence ENLOE, MARY, River Falls ENTZMINGER, KAREN, Colfax ERICKSON, DARLENE, Rice Lake ■£) 9 MX 164ESSWEIN. LANE, Boyceville FALSTAD, ROBERT, Spooner FELLENZ, DAVID, Chippewa Falls FELTES, LORENTZ, West Chicago, III. FENDRICK, RICHARD, Hastings, Minn. FENTON, KENNETH, Antigo FISK, DOUGLAS, SI Croix Falls FISK, EDDIE, St. Croix Falls FLEMING, GLEN, Hastings, Minn. FLUEGER, HEIDI, Red Wing, Minn. FLYNN, JOHN, Neillsville FOSS, JANET, Whitehall FOX, RONNIE, Clear Lake FRANK, LONA, Deer Park FRANK, MARYANNE, Clear Lake FREIER, DONALD, Red Wing, Minn. FRIESE, STEVEN, Red Wing, Minn. FRITZ, ROBERT, St. Paul Park, FROSETH, JOHN, Elk Mound GAARD, GARY, Eau GARLIE, NORMAN, GARRETT, JOHN, St. GEDATUS, NANCY, GERMAIN, GIESEKER, ROY, Plum City GIGSTAD, LEIF, Sturgeon Bay GLEIXNER, PAUL, St. Paul, Mi GODDEN, GERALD, GOTHAM, JERRY, GREENWOLD, LARRY, Barron GRIVNA, DONALD, Clayton GROVER, MAVIS, Nekoosa GRUS, WAYNE GUST, ROBERT, Deer Park GUSTAFSON, PAMELA, Red Wing, Minn. HAAS, FRANK, St. Paul HADDOW, KAREN, Spring Valley HAGEN, ORWOLL, Wittenberg HAIDER, MARTIN, Hudson HALL, KATHLEEN, Roberts HALL, MYRON, Grand Meadow, Minn. ARDELL, JOHN F. ARDYS, JOHN, JUDITH, Plu JEFF, Amery Lake HAUSCHILDT, DEAN, Ellsworth HAY, STEVEN. Lake Geneva HEADLEY, LEON, Gamboa, Canei Zone HEDLUND, ANN, Luck HENDERSON, DAVID, Colfax HENNEMAN, PATRICIA, Antigo 165HENRIKSEN, WAYNE. Luck HERMAN. DAVID. Gilman HESELTON, ANITA. St. Paul Park, Minn. HICKOX. WILLIAM. Shell Lake HINAUS. MICHAEL. Bruce HIRDLER. DOUGLAS. Red Wing, Minn. HITTMAN. LANCE. West Chicago, III. HOFFMAN. ALLAN, Oniwa HOLMSTADLWAYNE City HOOVER, ROBIN. River Falls tUCE, Hai DANIEL. $ DOYLE. JOHN. GLEN. River I MYRON, Luck JADINAK. NICK. JAHNKE, JANOTA. JENSEN. JENSEN. JENSON. Ellsworth JOHNSON. NORMAN. River Falls JOHNSTON. ANNE K.. Roberts JONES. LARRY. Red Wing. Minn. JUNKMAN. REBECCA. Wis. Rapids KALLEVANG, JAMES. Centuria KAMPF, JILL Red Wing. Minn. KARRAS, ROGER, KIDD. RICHARD. KIM, HAI KINNEY, h KISSLING. KLOKE. ORVILLE, Maiden Rock KNUTSON, DAVID, Chetek KNUTSON, THOMAS. La Crosse KOEPNICK, DONALD, Elkhom KOPECKY. HOWARD, Wabeno KRAFT. KENNETH, Elscho KRAFT. LARRY. Colfax KRAFT. PATRICIA. Menomonie KRENGEL ELAINE. St. Cloud, Minn. KRENT, DAVID. St. Paul. Minn. KUHA. DUANE. Red Wing. Minn. KURSCHNER. NANCY. Prairie Farm LaBERGE. PHILLIP, LadysmithZABOROWSKI. LEON. Addison, III. LARSON. JOHN. Hammond LARSON, KEITH. Clear Lake LARSON, KENNETH. So. St. Paul. Minn. LARSON. WAYNE. River Falls LASKA. CHRISTINE. Hayward LEE, GLENN, Barron LEITNER, RONALD, Chilton LENSEUNK, JOAN, Clear Lake LINDELL, MARGARET, New Richmond LINDQUIST, JERRY, Red Wing, Minn. LINDQUIST, SYLVIA, Baldwin LLOYD. LARRY. Barron LONDO, VICTOR, Sturgeon Bay LONGTIN. ANITA, St Paul, Minn. LOOCK. IRVIN, Amery LOUDENBACK. ROMAYNE. St Croix Falls LOUKS, DENNIS. Turtle Lake LUKAS, ROBERT, Owen MADISON, BRUCE, Barronett MADISON, DARRYLL, St. Paul, Minn. MAHLSTEDT, DIXIE, Roberts MANN, HOWARD, Hager City MANOSKY, LINDA. Centuria MANTHE. DENNIS. Morrisonville MARSCHALL. RONALD. Amery MARTINSON, ROBERT. St Paul, Minn. MATHISON, ROGER, Wittenberg McADAM, JAMES. New Richmond MEATH, JEROME. White Bear Lake, Minn. MEIR, ROBERT, Menomonie MELES, LEROY. Suring MEYER, FREDERICK, Loyal MILLER, CHRISTINE, River Falls MILLER, NANCY. Frederic MILLIS, NORMAN, Black River Falls MONCHILOVICH. GLORIA. Cumberland MONSON, DARRELL. River Falls MONSON, DONALD. River Falls MOORE. CHARLES. Pelican Lake MORRISON. ELAINE. Ellsworth MOTH, MARILYN, River Falls MOUNTAIN. DONALD, Ellsworth MUELLER, CHRIST, Marshfield MYRVOLD, CAROL. Ellsworth NAT2KE, JOHN, Merrill NELSON, ERIE, Sturgeon Bay NELSON, PHYLLIS. Prescott NELSON, SELMER. Prairie Farm NESTE, DONALD. Spooner NICHOLAUS, FLORENCE. White Bear Lake NICHOLS, PATRICIA. Wheeler NORDEN, SHARON, Baldwin NORRISH, JAMES, Rock Falls 167O’CONNELL, FRAN, Hammond OLSEN, LAWRENCE, Fairchild OLSEN, NORMAN, Fairchild OLSON, DIANNE, Amery OLSON, DOUGLAS, Dallas OLSON, EUGENE, Pepin OLSON, GARY, Balsam Lake OLSON, GARY, Bayport, Minn. OLSON, JOANN, Grantsburg OLSON, JOHN, Cumberland OLSON, KEITH, Spring Valley OLSON, THOMAS, Red Wing, Minn. OLSON, WINSTON, Amery O'MALLEY, DAVID, River Falls ORMSTON, CLYDE, Grantsburg OSTRANDER, DENNIS, Melrose OSWALD, GARY, Greenwood OWENS, FRED, Hammond OWENS, HARLIN, Clam Falls PAINTER, JOANNE, River Falls PARKER, ARDEN, Eau Claire PEACH, RENIE, Luck PECHA, MARCUS, Mattoon PEISSIG, DENNIS. Dorchester PETERSON, HOWARD, Lake Geneva PETERSON, JOHN, Clear Lake PETERSON, CAROL, New Richmond PETERSON, CAROLYN, Ellsworth PETERSON, CHARLES, Stillwater, Minn. PETERSON, CHARLES, No. St. Paul, Minn. PETERSON, DENNIS, Hudson PETERSON, DONALD, Red Wing, Minn. PETERSON, EMERY, Cadott PETERSON, RICHARD, Ellsworth PETERSON, STEWART, Hager City PIPPINGER. WILLIAM, Phillips PLUMB, RICHARD, Edgerton POTOCNIK, DELMAR, Owen POULTER, CHARLES, Cumberland PRAUSE, BRUCE, Roberts PRESCOTT, CHARLES, Tomah PROUDLOCK, JAMES, Menomonie RAASCH, DORIS, Red Wing, Minn. RAETHER, JAMES, Cadott RATHSACK, FRANCES, Ladysmith RICHARDSON, JERILYN, River Falls RINGLIEN, PAUL, Whitehall RITER, MICHAEL, River Falls ROBERTS, MARY, Amery ROMSOS, DALE, Cameron ROMSOS, EUGENE, Barronette ROSENBROOK, ROBERT, Bloomer RUBIN, DON, Waukesha RUDELL, HELEN, Frederic 168RUSCH, MARY, Hudson ST. JOHN, SHIRLEY, Waupaca SAMUELSON, DAY, Hastings, Minn. SANDEEN, MARY, Stillwater, Minn, SANFORD, JANE, Livonia, Mich. SCHAEFER, DAVE, Whitehall SCHLADWEILER, RONALD, Plum City SCHMANSKI, JOAN, Red Wing, Minn. SCHMIDT, HENRY, Birnamwood SCHMIDT, VERONA, Almena SCHMILING, BRUCE SCHNEIDER, LARRY, Waukesha SCHOLZ, DWIGHT, Ellsworth SCHOMMER, MARGARET, Frederic SCHRODER, HILTON, Luck SCHUBERT, INES, River Falls SCHULTZ, ALBERT, Curtiss SEGERSTROM, JON, River Falls SEIPEL, LINDA, Plum City SETTER, PAUL, Deer Park SEYEDIN, MIR, Iran SIEBOLD, WAYNE, Hammond SIMON, DON, Prairie Farm SJOLIN, ANNE, Spring Valley SMITH, JAMES, Wausau SMITH, LANE, Downing SNYDER, FRED, Prescott SOKOLOWSKI, LEONARD, Hawkins SORENSON, RICHARD, Bay City SPEICH, ROBERT, Ladysmith STEFFEN, GREGORY. Glenwood City STEFONEK, JACQUELIN, Hudson STOCKLEY, DON, Rhinelander STROHBEEN, JANE, New Richmond STUNKEL, MARLYCE, Cudahy STUVE, GLENN, Humbird SUENNEN, CATHERINE, Hudson SUMNER, MAE, River Falls SWANSON, SHERIDAN, White Bear Lake SWARTZ, WILLIAM. Waukesha SWENSON, STUART, Amery SZCZECH, GEORGE, Stanley TAFT, BRADLEY, Hillsdale TAYLOR, LOUISE, Shell Lake THOMPSON, MARY, Hudson THORESON, MAREN, Roberts TIETZ, LARRY, Clam Falls TJELTA, RUTH, Ridgeland TOUSLEY, CAROLYN. River Falls TRAASTAD, DOUGLAS, Westby TUTTLE, TIMOTHY, Eagle River TWINING, TOM, Spooner TYLER, THOMAS, New Richmond UELAND, MARJORIE, No. St. Paul, Minn. 169VANDEBERG, JUDY, Prescott VANOUS, ROGER, Columbia Heights VICHOREK, JOHN. Little Falls VIDER, LINDA, Exeland VOBERNIK, BARBARA, Weyerhauser VOELZ, MALCOLM, Bowler VOLLERT, GAIL, Star Prairie WARHOL, LARRY, Amery WEARS, KAREN, Amery WEED, ROBERT, Porterfield WEISER, MICHAEL, Frederic WELLENS, LARRY, Green Bay WESTLUND, MARLYS, New Richmond WHIPPS, GAYLE, Waukesha WHITE, DONALD, Spooner WICKBOLDT, DeAN, Turtle Lake WICKLUND, JACK, St, Paul, Minn. WILCOX, DONALD, Hammond WILLIAMS, CHARLES, Osseo WILLIAMS, LARRY, New Richmond WILLIAMS, STEPHEN, Eau Claire WILSON, WARREN, Luck WINJUM, JOANNE, River Falls WINK, EDWARD, Glenwood City WINZER, RUTH, Roberts WISKERCHEN, LEONARD, Durand WISKERCHEN, MICHAEL, Maiden Rock WOHKIHEL, JONE, River Falls WOLF. LEROY, River Falls WOLFE, LOREN, Cochrane YEE, SAM, Elgin, III. ZAWADZKI. GABE, Withee ZIEMER, JOAN, Amery ZUKE, RICHARD, Riverside, III. "Every night ... every night ... The thing that bugs me about it is that nobody probably ever reads the blasted thing ..." Marjorie Ueland, Barbara Lukasek, Jean Lindquist, Pat O'Connell, at work on the Daily Supplement. 170JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS President..............DON KOEPNICK Vice President . . JERRY HALVORSON Secretary.........LINDA BERG KIRK Treasurer...................ANNE LAUE Halvorson, Kirk, Laue, KoepnickACCOLA, JAMES, Mondovi AGNEW, JACK, Tomah ALBERT, JEAN, Withee ALBRECHT, JULIE, Glenwood City ANDERSON, HARRY, Dresser ANDERSON, LARRY, Dresser ANDERSON, TERROLL, St. Paul, Minn. ARNDT, JAMES, Wisconsin Rapids BELLEAU, MARY, Kewaunee BENSON, ROBERT, Pepin BERGQUIST, JACQUELYN, Amery BERGSTROM, DAVID, Plum City BIER6RAUER, PAUL, Osceola BLOCK, ROBERT, St. Paul, Minn. BOSINSKE, BEVERLY, Glenwood City BOSMAN, RONALD. Hudson BRAUN, RONALD, Loyal BRICTNER, THOMAS, Independence BRICTSON, CHARLES, Madison BRONSON, PETER, La Crosse BUCHNER, NEWTON, Gamboa, Canal Zone BULTMAN, DAWN, Kewaunee BURTON, EARL, Knapp BURTON, JIM, Rice Lake BURTON, JAMES, Hudson CAMPBELL, FAYE, Ellsworth CASSELL, GEORGE, Tomahawk CHRISTENSEN, JAMES, Chetek CLAFLIN, JAMES, Hastings, Minn. CLEMMONS, DANIEL. River Falls COLLAMORE, SHARON, Ellsworth COOGAN, MIKE, Hayward CROSS, ROBERT, Rice Lake CROWNHART. CONNIE, Elmwood DAFT, KAREN, River Falls DAHM, LESLIE, River Falls DAVEE, TOM, Columbia, S.C. DIMICK, DAVID, Almena DIX, DEAN, Wisconsin Rapids DOENIER, LaVERNE, Arcadia DUEHOLM, WILLIAM, Luck DVORAK, DIANNE, Hudson EGGEBRAATEN, HAROLD, Minneapolis. Minn. ERICKSEN, DONNA, St. Paul Park, Minn. ESSWEIN, WILLIAM, Boyceville EVERSON, THOMAS, Hudson FALKENBERG, TED, Cadott FEHLEN, JEROME, Hampton, Minn. FIERKE, EUGENE, Stetsonville FILKINS, JAMES, River Falls FINN, JANE, Ellsworth FINSES, THOMAS, Cornell FIRL, RODNEY, Red Wing, Minn. FORTHUN, GERALD, Spring Valley 172FORSTER, DOROTHY, Hammond FREIER, CAROL, Ellsworth GAREY, TOBY, St. Croix Falls GEORGE, BURTON, Newport GERIG, DAVID, Brinsmade, N.D. GLYNN, DENNIS, Federic GRANT, LOWELL, Deer Park GRASKE, CLAUDIA, No. St. Paul, Minn. GREGORICH, FRANCIS, Greenwood GREUB, LOUIS, Humbird GRIVNA, DENNIS, Clayton HAAS, EUGENE, Birchwood HALLER, DENNIS, River Falls HALLER, NANCY, Waunakee HALLING, VAUGHN, Stockholm HALVORSON, JEROME, Luck HANERT, JAMES, Des Plaines, III. HANSEN, BRUCE, Newport, Minn. HANSEN, WILLIAM, Turtle Lake HANSON, MURIEL, Spring Valley HASE, FRED, Maiden Rock HAUGESTUEN, DOUGLAS, Cameron HAWKSFORD, ROBERT, New Richmond HEFTING, REBECCA, Hudson HENDRICKSON, WAYNE, Spring Valley HERMANSEN, MELVIN, New Richmond HEXUM, TERRY, Cameron HIGGINS, HARRY PAT, New Richmond HILDE, ROGER, Stillwater, Minn. HIRSCHINGER, JAMES, Baraboo HILLSKOTTER, WENDELL, Osceola HOLEWINSKI, DONALD, Polaski HOLTE. CARL, Blair HOSKINS, LARRY, Grand Marsh HUNTER, LUCILE, River Falls IVERS, ADRIAN, Osseo ISAKSSON, STEWART, Herbster JACOBSON, BONNIE, Spring Valley JACOBSON, KENNETH, Beldenville JENSEN, ROCHELLE, Wilson JOHNSON, CHARLES, Grantsburg JOHNSON, EDWARD, Clear Lake JOHNSON, WAYNE, Frederic HUNGERFORD, JEROME, Maiden Rock LARSON, HARLAN, Ellsworth LARSON, JAMES, St. Paul, Minn. LAUE, ANN, River Falls LEMMERMAN, JERRY, Hager City LIEBZEIT, ELDON, Greenwood LINDEBERG, RONALD, St. Paul, Minn. LINDQUIST, JEAN, Hager City LINDSAY, PHILLIP, Pewaukee LOCKE, RICHARD, Clear Lake LUKASICWICZ, JAMES, Thorp 173LUKASIK. BARBARA, River Falls LUKOWICA. MICHAEL, Antigo MACLEOD, MARY, Hager City MEIS, THOMAS, Battle Lake, Minn. MELLGREN, MICHAEL. Milltown MENSCH, RICHARD, St. Paul. Minn. MICHAELSON, ERMA, St Croix Falls MIKRUT, FRED. Chicago. III. MILLER, JOHN, Chilton MOE RICHARD. Spring Valley MONCHILOVICH. GEORGE, Cumberland MONTBRIAND, DAVID, New Richmond MOTLEY, THOMAS, Alma MOTT, RODNEY, Frederic MROTEK, ARLYN, Owen MURRAY. WARREN. River Falls NAGGATZ. RONALD, Clayton NELSON, LINDA, Ellsworth NELSON. RAYMOND. Barronette NELSON, RODNEY. Amery NESS. DONALD. Spooner NEWMAN. DARRELL. Hudson NILSEN, BOB. Birchwood NITITHAM, VILAS, Bangkok, Thailand NORQUIST, ROBERT, Hager City OELKERS, RICHARD, Red Wing, Minn. OLSON, GORDON, Baldwin OLSON, MERLIN. Colfax OLSON. SHIRLEY, Luck ORMSON, ALLEN. Barron ORN, ELEANOR. Turtle Lake OSEN, JUDY. River Falls PENMAN. BRUCE. Hudson PETERSON. ALBIN. Turtle Lake PETERSON. GUSTAV. Holcombe PETERSON. JOHN. Hudson POULTER, JAMES, Cumberland PRUST, ROBERT. No. St. Paul, Minn. RAEHSLER, RONALD, Ellsworth RASMUSSEN, ELROY, Barron REINART, HELEN, Merrillan RIDNOUR, GLEN, Arkansaw RIVARD, HAROLD, Somerset ROEHL. LOWELL. Loyal RORVICK. FRANK, Hudson ROTH, ROBERT. St. Paul. Minn. RUESCH, MARJORIE. Medford RUNKLE. JUDITH. Dallas SAXBY, RAYMOND. Wilton SCHERER, EDNA, Green Bay SCHIEFELBEIN, ROBERT. Somerset SCHNEIDER, PHILLIP. Menomonie SCHNEIDER. SHELDON, Minneapolis, Minn. SCHROEDER, EUGENE, Menomonie 174SHEARER, MARJORY, Cumberland SIPPLE, ROGER, Menomonie SKILLE, JANET, Downing SMITH, CHARLES, Waukesha SMITH, RUSSEL, Nelson SOBOTTKE, BARBARA, Plum City SOMMERS, HERMIT, Stillwater. Minn. SORENSEN, KENNETH, Dresser STANEK, JOSEPH, Cadott STREHLOW, WARREN, St. Paul, Minn. SUTTER, LAURENCE, River Falls SZYMANSKI, GERALD, Thorp TICKNOR, JAMES, Edgerton TOLLEFSON, DUANE, Glenwood City TOMHAVE. JACK, Red Wing, Minn. TRAYNOR, MAUREEN, Spring Valley URBANZ, FRANK, Willard VICK, EDWARD, Clear Lake WALDBILLING, DON, Amery WALL, CHARLES, River Falls WALSH, JAMES, Birchwood WASHKUHN, JOHN, Shell Lake WATRUD, LEROY, Clayton WEISS, CARROL, Wilson WELLS, ROBERT, Beloit WEYENBERG, WELDON, Neenah WHITE, VIRGINIA, Maiden Rock WILKUS, KAREN, New Richmond WRIGHT. HELEN, Clayton ZERAHN, DAVID, Baldwin ZEINERT, DARWIN, Wittenburg “I'll take a cold steak, rare, please — very rare!" Dr. Frye and ghoul friends.NOT PICTURED SOPHOMORES James Axtell Terrence Cusick Steven Freier Thomas Gegen Bradley Goffin Linda Grogan Donald Hanson Wayne Hanson John Hawksford Leora Klapel Judith Kranz Michael Kratochwill Duane Kuhn James Lindquist Louis Moore Earle Overby Richard Pariseau James Schmidt Larry Wall Gary Zabel JUNIORS Gerald Anderson Glenn Anderson Marion Atkins Sue Driscoll Kathleen Engel Leonard Johnson Wyman Julius Earl Kammerud James Kanable Marion Kapusta Thomas Keefer Daniel Killen Dennis Killen Raymond Kirchner Marlin Klatt Max Klecker Barbara Korsmo Tom Kothlow Richard Kottke Wilbert Kowalchyk Bob Kowalczyk Josef Kriegl Wayne Kuss Robert LaBrash Roger Lambert David Lamphere Zita Martin James Parker James Ruder Winston Sandeen Grace Swenson SENIORS Jacki Bergquist Marlene Czerwonka Gloria Grover Robert L. Goodlad Cynthia A. Hill Kenton R. Hoeper Mariann Loyas James J. Nelson Gloria Nelsen Barry Peterson Diana Steen Rosalie Schelble Martha A. Wueff Jam session at the Student Center! 176For fifty years, River Falls students have worked to "capture” the year on campus in pictures and words. Each editor spends, or should spend, hours over his book, making layout and copy, writing, and cropping pictures. The yearbook is as much a record of the year perhaps as it is an extension of the editors' personality, and a reflection Qf the mind of the times. In these final few pages we would like to reflect some of those reflections. Here are some reproductions of some of the reproductions of the past fifty years: all pictures and words are from the pages of the first forty-nine Meleteans. Our only comments we present in our choices, and, perhaps, in the pictures marked 1962. To (he students Falls State who have shown an Meletean Staff We are glad and hope you are glad that the long looked for day has come and with it the Meletean of 1912. The Staff and the rest of the Seniors wish to thank all who have aided us in making this, the first Annual of the River Falls Normal, a success. That the succeeding classes may prosper in publishing the following numbers of the Meletean, and that all who read the pages of this book may appreciate the result of our efforts, is the wish of THE SENIORS OF 1912181homecoming Dhen the old grads came back to their Alma Mater for the Homecoming Celebration of 1927, they found the old River Falls spirit welcoming them. Mammoth crowds, wonderful weather, and a happy co-operative student body merged to make this fiesta the biggest and finest in the history of River Falls... The entire city was dressed in Homecoming splendor. The streets, store facades, and the college buildings were decorated in the traditional red and white. A host of novel and artistic ideas appeared in the gay decoration of the downtown business establishments ... At ten o’clock Saturday morning an exceptionally large parade came into prominence. The variety of floats reflected a quality of beauty, wit, and originality heretofore unseen in this vicinity. The unity with which this school works was expressed in the fact that every organization, many house gangs, and some individuals prepared floats for this big parade ... The game was hard fought and very fascinating. Everyone viewed it with keenest interest. However, at no time were the Red and White in very great danger. The cheer leaders and band were in good form and the team got the support that gives them the drive to win. The evening's events began with the bonfire ceremony, which offered several innovations over previous years in the way of stunts and talks. The bonfire was attended by loyal students and alumni. The celebration officially ended on the floor of North Hall Gymnasium where the Homecoming Ball was staged. The floor was filled to capacity and a peppy orchestra furnished the kind of music that affects the feet. Here the grads really met each other in the same old River Falls atmosphere. The dance might truly be called a glorious crowning of a great day's festivities. —M.C. (From the 1928 Meletean) 184Homecoming this year was bigger and better than ever. As usual the G.O.P. girls wore "R” sweaters and the Y.M.C.A. float won first prize, but other features of the day were changed. The weather was perfect, and River Falls won the football game, a homecoming combination that is hard to beat. Some of the girls of the school were behind the team to be sure. They won the comic prize of the parade. The students at the rooming houses put many hours and a few of their hard earned nickels into decorations to win the house prize. Web-stonia won this year... (From the 1932 Meletean) First prize to the Math Club for their "Tanks for the Victory" One of the outstanding events of the college year, 1946 1947, was homecoming — the first real homecoming since pre-war days. And what a homecoming it wasl To it came a record-breaking crowd of former students, grads and friends, with an especial welcome to the returning veterans ... After the pep rally, over 100 students formed the gigantic snake dance which wound its way downtown to make the traditional crashing of main street. The parade Saturday morning was one of the largest in the history of the college, with many well designed and original floats. The veterans' float won first place... After the games the Social room in South Hall was literally overrun by alumni and former students. A dance which packed North Hall gym to capacity concluded the festivities ... 184 (From the 1947 Meletean)Opening with the pledge song at the kick-off convocation, the 1960 Homecoming, with its ‘Squash Oshkosh' slogan, was a memorable event for students, faculty, friends, and alumni. The entire campus felt the spirit and knew that this was a special time — a week made for Homecoming ... There are many things we can't forget . . . frosh liming the R.F. on the mound . . . balloons floating over the field after the game kick off . . . pancake eaters ... red goblet days . . . putting last-minute touches on a float . . . sitting on the curb as the parade went by . . . beautiful Queen candidates . . . being pulled down Main Street with the snake dance . . . returning alumni... and Edi's smile. (1960)ELETEAN VAUBJ Rip Wfinkles off eville is an annual performanl feed by the Meletean staff TorV year was especially successful j| s of gets with a theme. Rip Vai rig throughout. The songs and ferance directed, most suecad The Meletean vaij year Class and md The production thu consisted of a sm world of today rur students and the! resented by the Third ienefit of WRINKLEROF 1926" inkle’s reaqiion to theRegistration days. How well we remember them — the bustle and the rush to complete the necessary business in order that we might find time to meet all our old friends and perhaps some newcomers too. Thus campus life was begun with pep and vigor and thus it has continued throughout the entire year. Puff-Pant Prom Be a gal in calico Or be her Puff-Pant date. Enjoy a gala frolic On March fifteenth at eight. Come two by two To the South Hall gym One as "her" and The other as "him." 189STYLE SHOW Prownrcd br CWA(1949) PICTURE EXHIBIT About two hundred beautiful pictures were exhibited in the Gym for the benefit of the Normal students on Dec. 14. 15. 16. 1911. Before being allowed to enter the Gym. Miss Pardee gave us many helpful suggestions as to just how we should and shouldn’t look at the pictures. She also explained to us the best method of studying a picture. On the evening of the 16th. Miss Roberts of Minneapolis gave an illus trated lecture in the Assembly Hall. This was especially enjoyed by the students who were taking drawing at that time. Both the lecture and the pictures exhibited were of great educational value. FACULTY MOTHERS AND FATHERS Faculty Mothers and Fathers were introduced into our school this year, each member of the faculty being assigned a family of about 12 or 15 students. Some of their duties are: To call upon their charges; to show an interest in them; and to keep an eye upon them. From all reports they have been kept pretty busy. Telephones, autos, airships are said to have been used to help locate certain people at certain times. (1912) ms Nate DeLong The highest scorer in collegiate basketball for the 1947-48 season was none other than our own Nate DeLong. Bigj Nate was never better as he led his team to a second consecutive confer-enqe championship. In doing so. the 6-foot-6-inch sophomore center garnered an amazing total of 618 points in :22 games — an average of 28.1 points per game. This average was by far' the leading one in collegiate basketball the past year. The friendly lad frojn Chippewa Falls nonchalantly tossed in basket after basket to build up his tremendous total. Newspapers all ov6r the country refer to the blond pivot man as "Mr. Basketball.” "Mr. Swish," and so forth, but to his mates anjcl fans, he is just "Nate," the same unaffected boy on the basketball court that he is on the school campus. ■UVI I Studying fifcr hanTflay worVat M'Jjjjjol t nj |)f ryfiy jirtl w I brinks KIH «iir fliim of iecld r and Starkv Tik-ofate . ' Y IihikIU- a full lim v«»f Morsi Kmii-( KANO WiM'onsm


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