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ECSTC HONOR ROLL Frank Ackerman, Jr. Spencer Ahnemann John T. Airis Holland A. Alcott Elizabeth Alcott Etigenc S. Alcott John D. Allen Virginia Allen Donald J. Aim Lowell £). Aim Edward Almbcrg •Frances A. R. Alston Eldcn M. Airmndson Alton C. Anderson Anna E. Anderson Beatrice Anderson Carol M. Anderson Cecil R. M. Anderson Clavton Anderson Earl M. Anderson Grace Anderson Kenneth K. Anderson Lester A. Anderson Loren E. Anderson Philip Anderson Ralph A. Anderson Ralph W. Anderson Robert E. Anderson Robert II. Anderson Rol crt T. Anderson Truman C. Anderson William A. Anderson Robert T. Andrew Non mm Amcberg Robert T. Ash Frank W. Auer Kathryn Ausman W. C. Babington Norman Backus Lloyd C. Badinan Millicent C. Badmun 1 lurold O. Bahlkc James Bailey Halincr L. Baker Norman Ballard Francis M. Ballard Dale Baldwin Louis Barkm David Barnes G. Donald Barnes James A. Barnes Marshall IT Barnes L. J. Banon Carl J. Bartosh Walter R. Bartosh W. S. Baumgartner Richard H. Bcnish Robert L. Bcnish Eilert G. Berg Gilford O. Berg Lyman J. Berg Maxine Berg John Bertie ° Faculiy 5 Altering Frank BctZ Conrad Bittner Vlytor Bittner J.E. Bliss Kenneth J. Bliss Georg«» W. Bh i men thaler Donald M. Board Frank II. Boehrer Jim Boehrer A. R. Boettcher J. Jerome Boortz Kenneth P. Bergen E. H. Borncmann Charles Botsford Gerald VV. Bowers Donald N. Boyer Vivian Bragg Mark L. A. Braaten Wallace CL Brazeau Jerome A. Bredescn Vera E. Britten Lloyd V. Brovald Charles B. Brown Daniel F. Brown T. J. Brown Marion R. Brown Robert M. Brown Phillip Blown ♦John Bnier J. L. Brushert Donald J. Brass Benjamin Buck Cordon Bnckli Jack G. Bullis William Bumie Leonard Bush Robert D. Buttenhoff Donald R. Bye Bruce By lander Lyman Call Helen L. Cameron Robert E. Cardinal Stanley Cardinal Glenn A. Carlson Arnold Carpenter John R. Carpenter Stanley Carlson Charles E. CarToll Harold F. Carroll John C. Chartier Harris Childs Dale. R. Clark Earl L. B. Clark Roswell Clark Russell V. Clark Wavne G. Clark Ellard Clifton Arthur E. Coleman James B. Collins Lowell II. Conrow Ronald J. Converse Homer Cooke Laurence Cook Edward J. Cooper Harold D. Cooper R. R. Cotton Claude P. Cracmcr Ray L. Cracmer Earl John Craig Rolf W; Cramer Gerald W. Crane Robert E. Crane Wade R. Crane John J. Crowley W. N. Dahl Ruby Dammann Dennis B. Danielson Roy E. Danklefsen Chester L. Davenport Douglas B. Davenport E. I. Davenport Thomas E. Davies George W. Day Edward J. Dcelz Donald R. Delong James P. Delong Richard Derge Janies P. Derouin Orrin II. Deuel Eugene R. Dickerson George A. Dickson Julius J. Dinger M. S. Dixon A. M. Dodge Charles D. Donaldson Homy Dreessen Clarence Drilling E. F. Drone L. G. DuBois T. H. Duffy Joseph B. Durst John R. Duxbury Ralph E. Dnxhury Robert W; Edgar William J. Egj'cnberger Blaine J. Ellenbcrgcr William Emanuel Norman R. Kngebretson Philo Englesby Clare E. Erickson Gordon D. Erickson Ed. Erickson Leonard Erickson L. II. Esser E. F. Estrumse Ricliard Evans Obert Evenson Richard E. Everson Thomai E. Felix Edward Fish Ralph Fish Albert L- Fisher Fred F. Fisher James N. Fisher Robert N. Fisher J. F. Fischer Frances Flynn Ray Flynn M. R. Foster Frank Fox Mack J. Fradctte R. L. Frankwick A. R. Fredine Valeria Fredrick Ernest A. Froseth Gun void Froystad Don Caal B. L. Gabriclsen Stanley O. Gabriclsen John P. Gallagher Patrick Gannon Robert H. Ganthcr Elmer J. Garber Jack C. Garnett Eugene L. Cates tWultcr Gentry I farlan W. Cessncr Lester G. Gilbertson Martin Gilbertson Warren Gilbertson Delores A. Cilciirist R. W. Cillctt V. P. Cillctt Evalyn E. Gillson Thomas Girolamo Charles W. Coethel •Frank C. Gordon Richard J. Cough Gladys S. Grinsel Cordon A. Grip Frank W. Gnmseth Charles Everett Guise A. S. Gullickson John Gummerson John A. Guinness B. M. Gunn Robert L. Gunn John O. Haanstad W. D. Haanstad Jerome G. liable Calvin E. Hagen Dilon G. Hagen Cecil O. Hahn Harvev Hahn M. W.'Haight James D. Hancock John L. Hancock Walter B. Hancock I larricl M. Hansen R. K. Hansen Aaron J. Hanson Donald L. Hanson Kenneth D. Hanson Thorfin J. I lanson A. S. Hanstrom Peter J. Harings t Frixcmer (Germany) X rrUoncr (Japan)Cj'ieetm '4, tf-o-UgA.! INTRODUCIN’ Volume 28 of The Periscope, pub-lished by the Eau Claire State Teachers College at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, in May, 1945. CHIPP JU.LEY MUSE J lfe-flVUe Jlan i ‘Bischel, the Kid” ‘Black Jack” Barber ‘Calamity Jeanne” Guirl ‘Frying Pan Sobola ‘Wild Woman” Watenpuhl ‘Cherokee Sal” King ‘Temperance Tessie” Hince Cattle Annie” Schlosser ‘Rootin’ Tootin’ ” Roth ‘Flap Jack” Harding ‘Two Cun ' Norton “Moneybags” Slagg T wo Where the hoys are few and the girls are true -oAeiac id HOWDY, pardner! We have the pleasure of bringing to von life at ECSTC as interpreted by the 1945 edition of the Periscope. In it weVe tried to give you an ideer of the work, as well as plav, of the bosses, cooks, and ranch hands, and to show them as they really are — "In the Saddle. Wc done our best an we hope it suits you fine. THE QUOTATION’S beneath the large pictures throughout the book are from Cowboy Songs mut Ollier Frontier Ballads by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax (Macmillan, New York. 19-38). For permission to use these excerpts, credit and thanks are due to Mr. John A. Lomax and the Macmillan Company. ThreeFourHERE’S ;i "ten-gallon hatful' of cheers and host wishes for a "jolly cowboy” who has been "in the saddle" at the ECSTC “ranch" for twenty-six years. Mr. F. W. Ackerman will he remembered for his work as boss of the chemistry “range,” for his numbering system in the registration day “corral,” and for his love tor pulling jokes. Fivetf-aculty Top Row: Thomas, Hoard, humic, Bahr, Oxby, Schneider, Flagler, Mat . Middle Row: Ullsvik, Zorn. Kolka. Haas. Clark. Mr. Fagan. Hornhack Bottom Row: Auld. Slagg, Davies. Kjer. Dahl. Nash. McNamarafaculty Top Row: Wallin, Ward. Miller, Ayer, Sutherland, Johnson, Hunn Middle Row: Norton, Foster. Buchholz, Bruden, Mrs. Fagan. Edgerton, Slock Bottom Row: Mrs. Schneider, Walsh, Fox, Grimm, Sparks, Thompson, Baker SevenANDERSON, E. ANDERSON, II. AUGUSTINE HARRY HURNIK CON ROW F1.YNN FREDIN EDNA WDEKSON (Augusta) Elementary — Student Lift 2; ESA 1,2. 3, -1 (Vice-President 3); Beta Upsilon I. 2. 3. 1 (Secretary-Treasurer 3); YWCA 2. 3, 1 HAKRIET ANDERSON (Barron) — Elementary - LSA 1, 2, 3. 1 (Secretary 3. Mission Treasurer I); Beta Upsilon 2, 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Zeta 4-------- RUTH I.. AUCUSTINE (Eau Claire) — Secondary - Student Life 2. 3. 4; Sigma Pi Kappa 2. 3. 4: (Vice-President 3); A Cappela Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 (Librarian 4 ); YWCA I, 2. 3. 4 (Cabinet 3. 4); College Players 3. 4 (Vice-President 3) — "The Pot Boilers”; "Personal Appearance ; "Ring Around Elizabeth"; “The Old Maid”--------- RNOLD C. BARRY ( Eau Claire — Secondary — International Rrlntions Club 4; Rogei Williams Club 4------- ALICE BURNIE (Fairchild) - Elementary Sigma Gamma Zeta I ARLINE B. CONROW (Eau Claire) Secondary Class President I. General Chairman of Prom Committee 3; Student Life 2, 3. 4 (General Chairman 4): YWCA 1. 2; International Relations Club 2; College Players I. 2, 3, 4 (President 3: Vice-President 4); Co-ed Chorus I (Librarian 4); “Letters to Lucerne"; Personal Appearance"; "Ring Around Elizabeth"; "Junior Miss"; "The Old Maid"; Sigma Pi Kappa 4---------- RUTH I. FLYNN (Eau Claire) — Elementary — Primary Club 1. 2, 3. 4------------ DOROTHY FREDIN (Eau Claire) — Elementary — Sophomore Class Award, Kappa Delta Pi Award; Sigma Ganuna Zeta Scholarship; Class President 3; Student Life Committee 3. 4; Choir 2. 3. 4; Sigma Pi Kappa 2, 3. 4; YWCA 2. 3, 4 (President 4); Beta Upsilon 1. 2; WRA 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 (Secretary 4)------- EightPATRICIA M. GARVEY (Eau Claire) — Elementary — Student Life 4; Primary Club 1. 2. 3, 4; YWCA 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 4. Cabinet 2); Choir 1. 2. 3. 4 (President 4); Trio 2; (Quartette 4; Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4 (Secretary 1); International Relations dub I; WRA 4------ DOROTHY MARY COMA (Bruce) - Elementary - Beta Upsiion 2. 3; YWCA 2; Newman Club 3; Dramatic Club 3------ JEAXXE WALLIX CUIRL (Mrs. Eugene X.) - (Euu Claire) - Elementary Priman Club 1. 2, 4; YWCA I. 2; International Relations Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2 (Publicity Manager 2); Kappa IX lta Pi 4; Sigma Canuna Zcta 4; Periscope 4; Spectator 1. 2. 4 (Advertising Manager 1); College Correspondent for Eau Claire Telegram 2---- MARGARET POIRIER MANX (Mrs. Cecil) —Eau Claire) — Secondary Sigma Gamma Zeta------ JUXE L. HANSON (Eau Claire) - Elementary — Student Life 4; Primars Club 1.2. 3. 4; LSA 1. 2. 3. 4; YWCA 4---- HELEX HEDEGAARD HOEIIX (Mrs. Marvin) — (Janesville) — Elementary - D. A. R. Scholarship 3: Choir 2, 3; (Librarian 3); Beta Upsiion 2. 3. 4; LSA 2. 3. 4 (Secretary 3); Kappa Delta Pi 3. I: Sigma Gamma Zeta I----- GRACE P. JOIIXSOX (Saroua) — Secondary — Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: International Relations Club 3. 4 (Treasurer 4); Beta Upsiion 3. 4-- GERTRUDE L. LEASUM (Osseo) — Secondary Student Life 1. 3. 4; Sigma Pi Kappa 3. 4; Newman Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Choir 1, 3. 4; Trio 4; Octette 3. I- MARGARET BLUM LEE (Mrs. Thomas O.) — (Eau Claire) — Secondary---------------- LORRAINE G. LOFTE (Eau Claire) Secondary — Kiwanis Club Scholarship 4; ('lass Vice-president 4; Student Life 2, 3, 4 (Co-Chairman 4); Sigma Pi Kappa 2. 3, 4; College Players 3. 4 (Secretary 4); "Letters to Lucerne'; Beta Upsiion 2. 3, 4 (President 4); LSA 1. 2; International Relations Club 1. 2. 4; Debate 1. 2. 3. 4 (President 4)- JEAN A. MILLER (Augusta)- Secondary Freshman Scholarship; Class Secretary 4; Student Life 2. 3. 4; Sigma Pi Kappa 2. 3. 4 (President 3); College Plavers 2, 3, I (President 4): “Letters to Lucerne "; "Personal Appearance”; YWCA 1. 2. 3 (Cabinet 3); Roger Williams Club 1. 2, 3; Spectator 1. 2--- SineMILLER, L. NKSS SKOE THOMPSON WHINNKHY WINN Senio-nA LAVILLA (JERRY) MILLER (Turtle Lake) — Elementary — Primary Scholarship; Primary Club 1, 2. 3, 4 (President -1); Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 2); YWCA 1; Sigma Pi Kappa 2, 3, 4; LSA I. 2. 3. A (President 2)------- MARJORIE NESS ( Eau Claire) - Elementary — Class Secretary and Treasurer 2; Primary Club 1. 2, 3. I (Secretary and Treasurer 2); LSA 1, 2. 3, 4----- EARL L. ROSELAND (New Auburn) — Secondary — De Chatillon 3; LSA 1. 2; Football 4 (Captain 4)------- ELLEN SKOE (Osseo) — Secondary — Beta Upsilou Scholarship 3; LSA 1. 2. 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary 3); Beta Upsilou 2. 3. 4; YWCA 3; Periscope 3; Spectator 3------- SHIRLEY J. THOMPSON (Chippewa Falls) — Secondary — Student Life 3; A Cappela Choir 2; Co-ed Chorus 2, 3; (Accompanist 2. 3); Girls’ Octette 2, 3 (Accompanist 2, 3); Unperclu.ss Trio 3 (Accompanist 3); Sigma Pi Kappa 2, 3; College Players 3; Beta Upsilou 1; Orchestra 1; Spectator 2; Periscope 2------ JEAN WHINNERY (Eau Claire) — Elementary Kiwunis Scholarship; Primary Club 1, 2, 3. 4; YWCA 1. 2, 3. 4 (Cabinet 3. 4); LSA 2; Congo Club 3, 4--------- DORIS IRENE WINN (Granton) — Elementary - Student Life 3, 4; YWCA I, 2, 3. 4; Oxford Club 1. 2 ,3. 4; Beta Upsilou 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3. 4 (President 4); Cheer Leader 4; Vice Prom Queen 3; Sigma Pi Kappa 4; College Players 4--------- Ten! AUSlWHAU HANSON PETERSON STEWART THOMPSON Vluiee-yea i Ge iijjkxite'X Komi Ausderau (Colfax). Sylvia Hanson (Eleva), Mildred Peterson (Eleva), Leona R. Stewart (Chctck), Lorraine M. Thompson (Taylor) [JimiaM. Frances Bartingale ( F. a n Claire). Verlene Cavo (Chippewa Falls), Betty M. Ehrhard ( Eau Claire), Joyce M. Erma-tinger (Chippewa Falls), Arlic Foss (Eau Claire), Ethel Rose Gibson (Elk Mound), Ellen Harding (New Lisbon), Helen L. Hill (Merrill), Lois A. Johnson (Eau Claire). Esther Klav (Withee). Pauline Knutson (Eau Claire). Betty Jane Larson (Cameron), Doris Jean McClellan (Chippewa FalLs), Della McMahon (Durand), Mabel Preston (Eau Claire), Bonita Rauls (Eau Claire), Patricia Ulrich (Eau Claire), Virjolee Watenpnhl (Neillsville) HAKTINCALK HAKDINO LARSON i.i iiui Aim HILL MCCLELLAN BllMATINCHIt JOHNSON PRESTON GIBSON ELAY WATENPUHL ElevenIt was once in the .saddle 1 used to go dashing. It teas once in the saddle I used to go gaif Vwa-ljecvi Rmai bip,Lo.ma Sylvia Anderson (Whitehall), Dorothy Brcyen (Rice Lake), Mrs. Alpha B. Girtmnu (Independence). Elaine Gonske (Rice Lake), Hazel llarlstad (New Aubum) AKDICHSOX BREYEN CIUTMAN GON.SKK HAKLSTAD TwelveViolet Mom (Greenwood), Inez Merten (Withee), Virginia Mae Nielson (Withee). Phyllis Schucbcl (Boyd) I HORN MERTENS NIELSON SCIIUKBKL Thirteen H's-pJumi ie-i Top How: E. Anderson, Holman. Brown. Ilinoc, Cisne, Drelirr, Bischcl Middle Row: Becker, Benson, Carlson, R. Anderson, Bergh, Hubbell Bottom Roto: Haines, Erickson, Harvat, Barager, Alf, Gour-dotix. Barber Four teatTon Row: Vick. Kopischkie. So bola, Nielson, Schreiner. Strc-big, Widvey. Lowry Middle Row: King, Roduncr, Wetzel, Instefjord, Svoma, Henderson. Zwickey, Loomis, Tmeblood Bottom Row: Kur . Lund. Mil-lireti, O’Rourke. Theiler, Mus-zvnski. Dewitz, Sanford. Roth Fifteenfy'ieA.kmett Top Rote: Dankmcyer, Barstad, Borofka, Berkeley, Davies, Baker, Allen, Alin, Brcdesen, Belter Middle How: Hchrudt, Burke, Cornwall, Davis, Brill, Baldwin, A. Anderson, Barquest, F. Andersen Bottom Rote: Clintsman, Bcur-get, Clifford, Amaclier. B. Black, Block, Brendcmihl, Berg, S. Anderson fy'ieA.hmea Top Roto: Ciardow, Hcimstead, l iirst, F roe ha. D c L o n g, Krause, Lancette, Horn, Fond, Gorton, Guthrie Middle Rote: Lefstad, Frinali, H. Ehrlmrd, Fostvedt, Dux-bury, G. Jackson. Lanzer, Ganzel, E. Jackson, Durch Bottom Row: Kosman, Hagen. Desprcs, I.otz, E. Hagen, Knight. Dinkel, Girtman, Ha-kanson, Jones, Fletcher Sixteentf-iei-Umea Top How: II. Mo Mattison, McCormick, M. Moc, Mower, Mcrtenx, Ramsey, McGinnis. Potter, McPhee, Lumby, Price Middle Row: Morris. Pronschin-skc. Patzwald, Olieny, Meyer, Kohls, Degenhardt, Loftlms, Malom, Oesterreicher Bottom Row: M. J. Peterson. Reidel, Roach, Morrill. Roso-lack, Riley, Lyke, Schrocder, Schlosser tytie hmeK Top Row: Spaeth. Foster, Seng, Wiley, Scnuebd, C. Schultz, Welton, Ward, L. Svoma, Stem, Schmidt, Trnuba, Wick Middle Row: Thoinlcy. A. Ins-tefjord. Zaborowski. Stein wall, A. Thronson, L. Thronson, D. Sullivan, W xxlington, Spanel, Zimmerman, White, Lund-lx rg, Halverson Rottom Rint : I). Gilison, Rindt, Si vert son, Tumm, Warden, Tibl etts, 1). Schultz, Sorlie, Thurston SeventeenI can rope a streak of lightning. Student life Tup How: Mcrtens, Barager, Winn, Fred in, Milliren. Lofte, McMahon. Bredesen Middle How: Dreher, Warden. Lcasunt, Garvey, S. Thompson Berkeley. Augustine Bottom How: Degenhardt.True-blood. Quigg, Zwickey, B. Ehrhard. Bischel, Conrow Eighteenr Twill be hard to find another that’s liked as well as she' Kappa jbelta Pi Top How: Boelkc, Davies, Haas, McClellan, Bahr, Wilson Third How: Fox. Christolferson, Melhv, Emery, Webb Second How: Stark, C. Johnson, Baker, Stewart, Noer Bottom How: Brimer, Fretlin, Schnmlmevcr, I. Larson, Sutherland NineteenEnjoy yourself, our motto is" fleta fyadil n Toft How: M. Peterson, Reiter, Dewit , B. J. Larson, Lofte, Alin. O'Rourke, Erickson Middle How: Hince, Riedel, Ruth, Barber, Courdcux. Riley, Hill, Lowry Bottom How: Mattison, Lan- eette. Froeba, Snedic, Winn, Harding, Lund, Stem TwentyHeta 1 fpAilan Top How: Pecker, Hodtincr, .Vlcven, E. Anderson, Schlos-scr. Cuthric, Striebig, F. Anderson Middle How: I’ronschinske, L. Thronson, Zwickey. Amacher, Ulrich, Preston, A. Thronson bottom How: II. Anderson. Miss Sparks, Rosolack, Knutson, Foss, Gonia. Kopischkie, Alf Twenty-one"I've travelled this country round and round' £kfma Pi Poppa. Top How: Con row, Leasum, A. Instefjord. B. Ehrhard, L. Thnmson, Dreher, L. Thonijv-son, Winn Bottom How: S. Thompson, Augustine, Fredin, Milliren, Bnrager. Loftc, Snedic Twenty-twof I’ve been thinking a long time. amma feta Top Rote: Cisnc, V. Anderson, llahn, lliffemen, Aver, Cirt-niun Bottom Row: Flagler, Humic, Bahr, Ausderau, Holbrook, Guirl Twenty-threeP'lima'Uf, Club To ) How: Holman. Muszvnsky, Sanford, S. Hanson, finder, Stewart, Gibson, Klav, Tibbetts. Guirl Middle How: Roach. Garvey. Schreiner, L. Thompson, Whinnery, Dos pres, M. Ness, I.. Johnson. Dinkel. Henderson Bottom How: Ansdcrau, L. Miller. Jones. Vick, J. Hanson, Willette kurz. Krause, McGinnis T went ij-four(lu ial J.i{e Club Top How: S. Anderson. Sehuc-bel, L. Svonia, Wclton, FI. Moc, C. Schultz, Potter, Iiom, Bourgct, Mortens Middle How: Borofka, Nielson, Tmeblood, Girtmnn, Oligny, Lot7., Hagen. VVidvev, A. Anderson Bottom How: E. Svoma, Bar-quest, Clintsman, Clifford, Barstad, Tumm, T. Ilageu, Sivertson, Price, Song Twenty-five9nteswaikmai Qelatumb Club Top Row: Harding, D. Schultz, Baker, Block, Winn, Loito, O'Rourke. Erickson. M. Mix . Bredcsen, Dcwitz, Dr. Schneider, Gardow Miiidlc Row: Dr. Wallin. Meven, Hince, Guthrie, Ulrich, Hiffemen, Preston, A. Thron son. Hakanson, Pronschinske, Barry, Zwiekey, Berg, Spaeth Bottom Row: Lund, Stem. Tibbetts, Brcndemihl, Barber, C. Johnson, Lumbv, Froeba, McGinnis. Roschuid, McPhec, Sortie Twenty-six w ikTtventy-seven"She'll decorate the walls inside, With pictures, neu? and sweet. if. in. e. a. Qakmet Top How: Davies, Riley, Augustine, Roth, McPhee, Fre-din, Stem, Sanford, Milliren, Aim Middle How: L. T hr on son. Zwickev, B. Ehrlmrd, Loomis. L. Johnson, A. Thronson, B, Black, Miss Foster Hot ton j Row: Gorton, Dreher, Garvey, Hosolack, Berkeley, Kopischkie, Miss Grimm, Bar-tingale, Sungs land Twenty-eightif. n . e. a. Top Row: Sortie, Fletcher, Bar- piost. Brown. Strebig, Mince. Mill, Lowry, Roach Middle Row: Knight. Air.aclu-r. Henderson, Pat .wnld, Wid-vey, Bischel, Roduncr. Meyen. Despres Bottom How: Jones. E. Anderson, Spaeth, Cu-dow, Meirn-stead. Berg, Guthrie, Warden Twenty-nineif. tv. e. a. Top How: M. Peterson, Dowitz, McCormick, Erickson, Hol-man, Theiler, Muszinski, Thompson, Harvat, Krause, Chisholm, McMahon Middle How: Larson, Barav'er, Winn, Durch, Dinkel, A. Anderson, Schlosser, Morrill, F. Anderson, Vick, Willctte. Luinbv, Block. McCinnis Hotlom How: Froelxi, Lancette, Belter, Klay, Gibson. Matti-son. Tibbetts, Riedel, K'.irz, O'Rourke, ThirtyThe gay and hardy ranger. J lew-man Club Top How: Bourget, Schreiner, Goniu, Willettc, Durst, Kroe-ba, DeLong, Potter, Lancettc, Chisholm, Han-at, Muszinski, Snedic, Schnebcl Middle Row: Behindt, Morris, Pronschinske, 11 enderson. Mower. Durch, Schlosser, Mrs. McNamara, Miss Thomas, Bischel, Canny, Lea sum, B. Schneider, Theis, Lowry, Roach Bottom Row: Spanel, Burke, Quigg, G. Jackson, Oester-reicher. Miss Walsh, K. Man-son, Zahrowski, Duxhury, E. Jackson. Schmidt Thirty-oneGo-noa Club Top Row: Stewart, McMahon, Heimstend Bottom Bow: Cuirl, Preston, Mr. Norton, King, Krell Thirty-twoI often look upward and wonder." Qxjj id Club Top How: Weltoii, Allen, B. Larson, Winn, Vick, Liinihy Middle Row: Mince, Riley. Guthrie, Mcyen, Clifford Becker, Miss Hoard Bottom Bow: Gorton, Lund Bredesen, Millircn, Block Sanford Thirty-threeV I. g A Top How: S. Anderson, Dc-witz, S. Hanson, M. Peterson, M. Moe, Erickson, O'Hourke. Lofte. Harding, E. Anderson. Tunnn Middle How: Barstad, T. Hagen, Fletcher. Schultz, Alf. Augustine, Spaeth. Gnrdow, Knutson, Berg Hoi loin How: A. I n.stef joref, Thomley, Warden, Dankmcy-er, Sivertson. Barouest, E. Hagen, A. Instefjord. Zwick-ey, Girtman Thirty-fourI. S. A Top How: Bremlcniihl, Strebig, L. Thompson, E. Anderson, Foss. Nielsen. Thurston. Aus-deruu Middle tore: Ulrich, Patzwuld, Widvcy, H. Anderson, L. Johnson, Schroeder, Anmeher, Roduner, Hakanson Bottom Row: Kune, Sorlie. Ko-pischkie, Krause. Roth, Holman. Thciler, Fond Thirty-fiveOne day I thought I'd have some fun. Jbebaie £ fuad Top How: King, E. Jackson, Zwickcy, Lundijerg, (Cornwall, Baldwin, Conrow Bottom How: Sobola, Harding. Loftc, Miss Walsh. Knutson, Gorton Thirty-six- College PLaif eU- Top Rote: Lancette, Chisholm. Lofte, McPhee, Winn, Augustine, S. Thompson Middle How: Mr. Kjcr, Thom ley, Baldwin, Trueblood, Fostvcdt, Lundljerg. Lcfstad Bottom Bow: Gonia, Berkeley, King. Durch, Conrow, Zwickey Thirty-seven"j]union, MiiA." Top Unto: Srlmefcr, Lewis Fost-vcclt, Lund berg, Cronk. Peterson, Svetlik, Lefstad, Za-hrowski, Diircli, Baldwin Bottom Bow: TnJeblood, Con-row, King. Thomley, Lancctte, McPhce Thirty-eightIt's (ill of the dm long as we go tramping round Mhe 6U Maul" Top How: J. Instcfjord, Truc-l)lno(l. Let’, Ocstcrrcicher, Z.vickcy, Cornwall, Wyman, Mom, Neilson Col tom How: Berkeley, Augustine. Conrow, Allen Thirty-nineSCHOOL CALENDAR Rabbi Swarensky Relates of Life Under Nazis The Spectator VOL XXII. X« STATIC TCACIIRILT CO LUXE. EAU CLAIM. »'l OON W WEDME-1DAY. ECSTC Renews Gridiron Competition; Three Games Scheduled Many Special ‘Freshman Days’ Events Planned To Welcome Class of 1948 YWCA Plans Tea, Candlelight Service, Dinner •day n»m. ItfiHitH it. • af laat jWi YWCA mSmrt A m» raktaft N EWS OTES Five More Names Added to ECSTC Gold-Star List Snedic Crowned ’44 Homecoming President Davies Greets Freshmen Marquia W. Cl.ildo, oyndi-catod columniM and Wnohing-lon "p4llt..f .l »'', will opaah 10 |K» Chlppawa Vallay Forum in Ik crilrf, auditorium al 8 o'clock tHio rnaia|. H will firm a cloao or lit two paaudanlial datro. a picture of th f' ()0 cal outlooko. and thmr V .ftft in tlx coming election Queen by Hemer W Silly-two Attend tbUPiaLmd FirS‘ AdU" Madam M raig f to ta-capb- C’ A H 9e oP TV moutunootal -« -» Mtit of lAo Keu Oairo Stow |.n Collage tomnad artiotctoo ,,Vrs Announce Cast •2 Evening Classes ’t, l.ni-loi adulu oar in auand oar at I to Ear Clair Stat Tract m aa TniOi. Iiy.iaiiri I fa Ik »".I .aaolao of tka admit "FRESHMAN DAYS" TO BE FILLED WITH CON-VOCATION. RECEPTION. PARTIES. TESTS. AND REGISTRATION Walsh, Gantner, Edgerton, Bruden Join Faculty s ror “Junior Miss”; 12 Practice Teaching At Campus School, Elk Mound and ECUS Performances Oct. 12, 18 American Ideas o .. Russia Outdated, Says Dr. Stanfield Primary Out) Plant CHnatrnai Banquet TV P -m ry Ok Many Attend All-School Mixer Sponsored by Student Life NWTA Convention To Bring 2,000 Educators To City Conrow Elected Student Life n. uau ......... Committee Head ry Art, “•» • £ Tma m Itw eJ2L Uf! HM4 S Student Ufr chairman S1XS 5u5» « • »"»"« of ,«►" SUdwl laaaaa Crwk. aat.al .Uum., of Lift (ommiUrr laot Friday, tk iwaiun .tap d u u- Fellow officer will be: Lor-•ore r—. • rgtn. Lofte. (o-chairman; Bar- Frrotoo. Barber. Ita.d.ng b r Dreher. wcr.t.r,. Della Direct IRC ABa.r. McMahon, tromaurer. Debaters Stage Political RalN S In Convocation; Dewey Defeats Class Directs Radio Program "tan Clair Slat Toa krr. CaTaga « an u at»r W.tk tk latropor-■VMMta tlsatON MtOUJtttT . again MIT1 NEW one ■art, far tk 10M who a,. • -ttM a a Ca-owklt L'a.rarwty ( a n, n -a la la taraay tatar ralatar EXTRA Wina.frad . hat b «n aacaaod (rad ooporriaor. Two New faculty mtnbrn will begin. their work at ECSTC today: Hit Grace M Walah aod Dr Ronald B Ed-(Cfton. A loo Marling bn firat regular year at tb collete will be Mr. Robert A. Centner. wbo joined the leaching etaff June I------------------- Sogaaa Gamma Zatn Rttialai WRA Revived by Mrs. Fagan; Group “ aaaaal mfnnaal k «rt ton« la-1 _ ----------— - t Elects Thronson Over 1 70 Grads Tk Waaoaa-o Koamatwoal Aoaari t i ... a • «. an a ret a I oat-m wkick kat I Find Jobs Through Foster-Flagler of. iflfTPublished Orientalists. nn M Placement Office greduata. arrapt t t f tka -• f !♦««, » rt t ( • •! M V and 1 0 fw» af Vr roar. • • e Han or Cwaat Roosevelt In Student Election Miller and Johnson Head Primary Club Bata Upailan Taa Irta Uy " a aaUrtamtd t aa all arkaat pkaknki, la • T r • ftrrrwor.. Ottabarl. fraai t . nU fa.r-'kuty Tk tflt to uaa far tka y iy « it raltlRf l-M. f T tka _ , ' „ . u _ aartaty' utolviki, f» d_ Uat I Okford Club Hat Banqu.t McMahan Hoad I To Wolcaoax Fr.thman P-rnic Comm.tt . Scavenger Hunt. Card . Dancing. Foe Band Party A wav kvnt. falltwif by • are and daaaag la U kaae iwa. • a katd far Lit awakkar Monday. ,Ort an Tk kaae raaai National Official of YWCA Visits College I BULLETIN! Mlaa". a com ady. will h praaantad by th Collrga Ptayar . under th dir action a) Earl S. Kjee. a th aveniaig anlaa lammant af th Northwaat-•en Wiaconain Taachar.’ hnocialia c n nttoa in th City Auditaeium an Thuraday. Octohar 12. Caot will h annauncad in thd — ■ -full.- High School Honoe Grach » gdw p. Kappa u e» -Th Primary Club kao Jtcry Millar ‘karg. af tah. af a , otaoipa aod fa Praudont tad Uli fakaao foe «f. I Ik « U tr KadiUry • Tr »o r r Tka. jirk War Stamp and Bond To Lewis, Schaefer TV Oifard Od mamVn gatV» 1944-45 Faculty Committees and Advisers Named Gucota of Knpfto Deha Pi I tUyea fkatta PV. aauaaat kaa.f iaanaev w limalloa. v d Ha taltial Be-Sold Evaey Mon-Wad Sigffla Pi Kappa P gCS ‘ in‘ Junior Miss jn Downtown Bemidji Beavers ip. ni • ■ a •• Trounce Biugoids pau Claire by Actives Debaters to Give Seven Students Practice Teach Grou . picturo foe tho 1945 Poriocop will bo tah an naat fn-vrMY1„ Wadnatday, Novamhar IS. k." 0 "' COMVENTIOM (inning at 8:10 a. m Com OCIObi U AND II Admamrat.,. CmcL-TW . • • •" Tb. Maaikwaatarm « .. inotructoona will be mada - ..... ... .... . . . , PIHJT PHESMMAN ORIENT ATION mT%iUkU I. a.ch atud.nl UMKW ON WtONEkDAV TV c. rt. loom a t irahna Of artaiiw" will (•!• k (ta a (hi i«ar aadar lka -an., (aural ykaa a I'l'i -it m .V M » i t m n E. MEANS ENTERTAINS AT COLLEGE ASSEMBLY STUDENT LIFE CHOOSES OCTOBER 5 AS DATE FOR SCHOOL PICNIC TV atudaat Ufa Canamta mat Foreign Policy Not An Issue Says Childs Letters To Spectator Lai °‘'t I Six Adult Ev ening E. S. A. Students Courses Scheduled Attend Meeting for Winler Quarter At Minneapolis Mob.I. X-Rae Unit Here r h W»'‘— At Bata Mobde A K»r uiut nm. 1 .. Sc. rang aa Hunt ExAJninr S3 SfudenU '„•••• -- •• . iv _ From Alumni- In Armed Services Stump Speeches in Convocation Tv ncmbai af lka dahaii nui at pant • EagaM Jorkaaa, Car-aid Jaaboaa. Lamina Laft . Ilkoda ZaLkty. Art-a Paaa, Caargtaaa ( -Via. MaroVli Qaig . f V Patanaa. Dal Boltvu. Harman LoA.it, Paal-k tmm. Naaay Eiag. Alw. FortyYou (ire apt to see many strange things" "Ike pedatoA Sorlie. Wetzel, McMahon. Preston, Erma linger, Stein wall Forty-one7he Penid-c fie Norton. Barber. Cuirl. Bischel. Sobola Forty-twoZorn Announces Four Scholarships In Convocation Trueblood Htadt L Committee tVx TreWle..I. N SCHOOL CALENDAR The Spectator VOL XIII. NO II STATE TEACHERS" COLLEGE. EAC CLAIRE. RltCOWW MARCH 11. Ill Walsh’s Red River Debate Champa Bow to Masculine Superiority Spectator Poll of 14 Colleges Reveals Practices Governing Class “Cuts” In order to Inform ECSTC .tudent and faculty of prac-tK« ebewhere regarding unexcuerd (Uu aUenre ("cut "), Tho Spectator polled all college In (Wiacoaiiii and herewith present . without editorial comment, the report from four- Students Favor Lowering Voting Age to 18; Faculty Prefers 21 Yearbook Staff c u«a ci« „,ui„, v % , rv, Ghannifl of Oxford Club ... Th UM mortiBf of tht Junior lu» «u dovoted to th Icciipc Pinal .. Harding, and Wetzel p ® 4 ® »f convocation attendant f cuh and unde- «5uc5 ruidi College Debate Squad _ I apeke frankly when gh .ng tkeir opinion and renao- - , „ ■ ■ . , ’ Conference To H -Vccv Jr.or. Check U t Spmsors Tournament K" XSimf'ui %. Otherwise Moorhead Trip Success ECSTC To Play Three College Departments Concordia in H.S. Collaborate in Presenting Gym Here Tonight Annual Christmas Program Drop, Tough Game___________________________________ „ Letters To The Staff a u• Me km Vvk, algV ___________ guest opinions... Ennatinger. McMabooJ 10 CUT OR N0T TO cut—convocation Head Spectator Staff Radd Mmoribe Ducuaaed by Fcrum Spenkar Laal Night Carry ftkrt. Tala ii" f$F Held for’44 GradaJVT ____S.’S'hSJT'S IXS f » 50 H. S. Teams C .t tWJ aa ryfro«l the 1V1. .-a »« ,mnl is-tae yearbook stall herewith rmia w On k.np.1 Mb w e t Mum 1 ui IIimmm kryl , February 9-10 ? m Lu'm " °r D',‘onv “‘Jm Old Maid” Triumph for Cast OXBY_______ RARRA DELTA Rl , wl 1 IL « Wi g Hamline Game Is Tardy We- j rv a C 1 n £ Banner Attraction recuse- and Director; Second Performance water st. Bridge Scheduled for This Evening at 8:15 !r' Caw Claim T rk,f w,«k n» atw|M huLtMII mm in « 4 Science, Math, Social Science Scholarships Are Established r. W. C. A. Tn Honor Methwi al Banquet CSnui IhhUkiw art tx.ag yarn In tL annul YWCA MolW Eau Claire Beats Bethel, 65 - 44 H.id U a u a iHl la dw ln tell. tka Eaa Clair R d pallet •— 1 la 1W WNi hair u Wad B«ta«i a aMi minis u Juiut M. MILITARY TRAIMING DEBATED On J.aeary I a d Wl- •», yr »e i d ■ oenveCTiU -a tW aiMBw ■( —ilmrv w'-aary Local Astronomer Ok I • "clock ri — fwe ak- l Wt Da Social Studies and English Conferences Set for March 3 TW Eaa Cain But, TwUrf C .',c« -01 «ihh »• yrafeen . • I IMloom • Xeterday. Ruck _ _. . . Under Ui« direction of Earl ” 1U . . 7uAe Box Obtained ■ • »- “1 OM "Appl cant. Wanted For by Student Life rtat Spend, ,D« •Jsasrs.-'fiiitS °" jPeik Addresses u ECS TC Campus DERDY D GGINS i; Confer- ence of 150 K ° Rural Life Cub Ha Week Sen« Dedication, (aac we do mean RannueL Make Plana "I U R»” "• k r Aprtf”—Ann Oiikelm Mnquat. Makas naoa And Her Tenr. Flow Uke Wia,"—Dari. W T». MU a M « «• M lb -My Joh. .'"—Elaiae Ain, £iVr -” ‘ --|W.«W lack MU."-e.,bA W |J)Vv A( V s,.u Ch.cker.ng, H.rd,ng. ,,, Second ;0.o ve Lofte To Represent ’ t ,$ %•) . X ECSTC in Tournament No-Loss Seaso-,C .,eges from „ k Iministrators S' »i -Ikm ef the ECSTC 721 Three S S Dean of Women 7V CA° of Girls LounQp$P miWee Loans Telescope Q0jr on 4.1 Jnp to to Physics Dept. McMahon Recrini Rotary Scholarship Camp McCoy, Truax Oxford Chib Carol. On WeatSida Bonnie Gorton “Out-Callups’ Doc Gallup in Predicting Electoral Vote Second Annual Tea Given Foe S:gm Pi Kappa Alumnae Faculty by Si«wia Pi Kappa Entertained at Banquet Citizens in Action; Social Scientists Evaluate “Student Life” Committee educational Conference current trend in teacher training was held at Eau Claire State Teacher College Saturday. Jan. 13. One hundred fifty delegate met al 9:30 general ueimbly In the oUqgc aaditonua. Bus Breaks Down; 0 1!t Local Tourney Ward's Warblers Thr Eau Claire Suit Teach- Hitch-Hike 02 Rain V r» college debate tournament .... ... •d March 3 wa attended by c mT r mT2 earn from nine college rep earning three tUtee. Iowa. CKrutma Party Held Wbconun. and Minnesota - • r, . Rural Life Ouk Ftr . PTmUy To U e New Juke Boa ECSTC Is Host to High School Tedesco Specks to Speech Students 4r d i»,«tr-»,« Medeou •oodkeg kick akwU imI 1 n»«k laMJtaU kid e ke e.raf naiaotoy. D-mUr I Field, Madison, and Beloiis,udent faculty,- st ie Le unm. «d Alexander. Forum suborn wha aim Student Life Poll Reveals That o luaorory Mjjority Prefers Exam Period Annual G1 H» c"m la a poll admim ered lau Thumday by Studr Given by YWCA in Cym 140 aludenU expremed their o|imx a« on wh»i U-img a Choir Sponsors Appearance of Sb»w, To Raiae Latin-American Music and Dance Mcaay for MunU. BAMB TO ENTCBTAIN lICkiA CAMMA ZITA 1 four-Page Spectator To Bo I Imped Every Thro. Wok, Team at College on March 19 Planned for March 27 • TW gnlM tau f t C ETC k-e. feee, e Forty-threeHe could jday any instrument he had ever seen. fecutd ROBERT A. GAKTNER. Director Forty-fourGkai'i Top Kmc: Schmidt, J. Peterson, Dinkel. A. Instefjord, Thom-Icy, Baldwin Aiiddle Kmc: Fostvedt, Lefstud, White, Spunel, Cornwall, Davis Kiit‘inn Kmc: McGinnis, Roach, Krause. Davies, 1. Peterson, O’Rourke, Milliren, Allen, Augustine I Forty-five'Ufipe'i Glate S. Thompson, Bartingale, Lea-sum, Augustine (3 -£d QUwm. Top Rote: Krause. S or lie, Davies. Augustine, Heiinstcad. Bartingale Middle Rote: S. Thompson, Leosuin, Con row. L. Johnson, A. Instefjord. A. Thronson Bottom Row: Chisholm. Froelxi, McCormick. Sanford. Holman, Allen Go-- d Gko- ia Top Row: Dreher, C.an ey, Vick. Roach, McGinnis, M. Peterson. Millircn Middle Row: Ehrhard, Din' el. Girtman, Carlson, Wetzel, Lvkc. Meyen Bottom Row: S. Hanson, Spaeth. Frrdin, O’Rourke, Potter, Lancette Forty-sixf tf-nMkman V ks- Dinkel (accomp. )„ Krause. Davies, McCormick I Octette Top Row: S. Thompson, Augustine, Hartiugale. Holman Bottom Row: Leasum, Drelier, HI u hard. Dinkel Male Chan-ad. Top Row: Fostvedt, Wooding-ton. Lefstad, White, Spaiiel, Cornwall, Davis Bottom Row: Baldwin, Thom-ley. A. Instcfjnrd. Din'el (ac-(omp.), J. Peterson. Schmidt Forty-sevenCome a li yi yippy, li yi yippy, yippy yea!" k R.A Toft Row: Dankemyer. Krause, Holman. Brown, L. Johnson, Iloduncr Middle Row: macher. Stein-wall. Mower, Knight, Durch, I.. Thronxon Rottom Row: Tuinin. Nielson, Fletcher, I). Schullz, Baker. F. Anderson Forty-eightI I Some folks say tee are free from care, Free from all other harm k RA Top Row: Tibbetts, M. Moe, DeLong, Allen, Mnttison, Haines Middle Row: B. J. Larson, Sor-lic, Mcyen, A. Thronson, Mc-Phee, Hil . Waid Bottom Row: Durst, L. Block. Luinby, Mrs. Fagan. Krocba, Bredescn Forty-nineBALDWIN POSTED BEHRXUT RE BONNEVILLE DECENI1A1IRT DUMIUKY CANSEL HANSON HEMEB KOHLS fywdltail Top Roto: Fagan, Ocstemsicher. Noelc, Williams, Duxhuiy, Hi'lirnclt. llcrmcr. Spanol, Kollb, Zabrowski. Canscl. .on) liottom Rote: Hanson. Hascland, Wyman, Thomley, Lanzer. De Bonneville, Dagenhart, ler, Baldwin. Schmidt FiftyI LANZBfl SI’AN'Kl. SACEI. OESTEIt HEICI IKK HOMELAND niOM1«EV WT1XIAMS WYMAN SCIIMIDT ZABHOWSJCI Fifty-oneBALDWIN BKIIKNtrr Cl IIUSTI ANSON DUXBL'HY KKVIN HALVEHSON ). INSTEFJOUD OKSTKHHKIcm.ll THOMI.KY TKAVBA WILI JAMS WOOWNCTON fecutheilssill Top How: Schneider (Faculty Manager), Kohb, Christianson, Ouxluiry, Bchrndt, Wooding toil, Oesteneieher. Zom (Coach) Bottom Bow: Halverson. Inste-fjord. Best, Ervin. Williams, Trauba, Thomley, Baldwin Fifty-twoFifty-threePETER J. SMITH Member from Kau Claire State Hoard of Teachers' College Regents Fifty-four S Mabel Cliipman. Anna Marie Crnemcr, Beatrice Embertson, Mrs. ha Holbrook. Mrs. CeraltlincWSng h'ifty-fice"The look on their faces, it speaks to us all" Uuniat, Kinde'UfO.'iien Top How: John Menard, Stephen Williams, Frank Morrow. Kathryn Fagan, Joseph Morel, Judith Cottingham. Alice Edgcrton, Kathryn Kappers Bottom How: Jane Moening, Susan Anderson, Carroll Senglauh, Tommy Walker, Koko Keller, Ann Cheleen, Sara Yates, Judy Peterson Fifty-sixfCmdsACf.a’deK To t Ron': Judith Ann Franck, Cynthia Long, Katy McIntyre, Tommy Lasker. Willie Wahl, Steven Smith. Jon Norman. Bruce Remington Joseph Schimml, Linda Cartl-ner. Janet Wigdahl Rut tow Row: Linda Joy Lehman, Susan Saxon, Bobby BnertSchv, Dirk Medlnnd. Fli ahetfi Vamhrick, Stephen Williams, Hugh Cum'. Billv Blum, Joan Stein, David Foster. Charles Slock, Janet Mil-lcnkamp Fifty-seven"But now comes the rising generation tf-iM-t Q'lade Top How: A r cl (mi Parker, Vaughn Mathews, David Culver, Carol Norton, Gretchen QueUa, NancyGilbert. Hachcl Slock. Harlow Bahr, Nancy Hovey Middle How: Judy Clark. Judy Roe, Binmo Ullsvik, Billy Bradford, Tom Leiscr, Son'a Paulson, Carol Schutc, Barham Shocket Hoi tom How: Suzanne Hovey, Mary Helen Senglaub. Jimmy Brown, Jimmy Peterson. Betsy Proctor, Douglas Christensen. Walter Flyte, Charles Lasker. Tom Tronsdal Fifty-eightThey gave us lots of chances" £ecaad Q'lade. Top How: Richard Zillinan. Peter Boekhoff, Lanioine Jacobs, Philip Storrs, Edward Toll. David Johnson Middle How: John Curtis. Rustam Bunting, John Ouast, Robert Risberg, Frederick Broaden, Kenneth llovey Bottom How: Barbara Rosen-berg, Thekla Culver, Ruby Campbell, Richard Glide, Linda Riley Fifty-nine i "7hind Qnade Top How: Joanne Lee, Louise Trousdal. Barbara Flyte. Judy Amundson, Barbara Haney. Kenneth Bcrtelsou Middle How: Sandra Wald, Donna Burnieistcr. Sibyl Wahl, Cordon Hoag, Roxanne Krause. John Brenden HoUom How: Kathleen Hdger-ton. David FaLslad, David Parker, Michael MoPhec, Alfred Herrmann. Leonard Sey-berth Si'x j [ Each one tendin' knit tin7 none trying to shirk" Qn.ade Top Row: Harvey I-ee, Mildred Bahr, Barbara Sherman, Joyce Nelson, Mary Jo Schneider, Anita Britten Middle Row: Peter Riley, Brian I.arson, Harleri Bahr. Stuart Smith, Jam Williams, Sandra Senglaub, Emily Ann Culver Bottom Row: Tod Culver, David Strand. John Hovcv. Mary Alice Leu mark. Priscilla Pierce, Archie Cook Slxtij-one Hr."A group had gathered round her fyijjtli Q'lade Top How: Harry Lind. Jim Egan, Wayne Hedlund, John Bacrtschv, Tommy Haney, Ben McCivcran Middle How: Tom Grevve, Bill Spardey, Robert Frise, Jeny Roberts, Ellen Arnstn.l Bottom How: Hudaba Brnting. Barbara Nelson, Paula Egbert, Barbara Potter, Dennis Johnson Sixty-two"Don't fence me in. i ! £iodh Q'vade 7'i» Row: januu Strand, Marjorie Shockct, Sallv Falstad, Dorothy Seyhrrtli, Bohhy Hole Middle Roiv: Jackie Anderson, Jo Ann Kuelil, Mary Jean Quella. Janet Anderson, Arnold Fleming Bottom Row: Janet R •, Suzanne Sherman, Sand: a Chide, Milliard Barbv, Philip Kleist Sixty-threeI’ve travelled up. I travelled down, I’ve travelled this wide world all around £eveaik Qiade Top How: Junius Tanner, David Crocker, Carter Grci»ij, Steve Riley, Betty Summers Middle Roto: Dick Placek. Anne Qucllu, Doris Mundingcr, Janet Lehman, Juanita Bilder-huek Bottom Bow: Wanda Amundson, Patty Bradford, Jocelyn lledlund. Paul Guthrie, Duane Parker Sixty-four» I Then pick me out six trust; fellows and let them all stand in a row. Zkfktli Qnade t I Top How: Frit Culver, Ned I lorn buck, Tom Pierce. Rhodn Kelley, John Hoke Schneider. Richard Crcgoire Middle How: Donna Clou.sby, Gertrude Bauman,JackieCliif. Roliert Kramer. Patricia Potter. Robert Hoag Hottom How: H'inuld Balow. Bourtai Bunting. Carol Gant-ner, Florence Bahr, Josephine Horel, Hank Falstau Sixty-five“I’m feeling kincla (jneer (luAal Rwm Q iadeA f-4 Top How: Billy Kurtli, Mike Miley. Man.' Lou Severson, Charles Kurtli. Bernard Wendt. Lloyd Benner A fiddle How: Frances Schimml, Ida Hinterberg, Gerald Wendt, James Kurth, Mary Ann Schimml, Dickie Benner Hottoni How: Darlene Bauer, Marilyn llintcrberg, Larinda Marc inke, Joseph Schimml, Bruce Remington, Steve Camplxdl S ixtij-si  'lu'ial (loom Q'ladeA 5-% Top How: Mario Orth, Kenneth Kurth. Bohhv Severson, Tom Campbell, Arlvn Benner, Richard Sven guard, Giles Marczinke Middle Row: Dale Remington, Doris Kurth, George Camp-bell, Jerome Lantz, Leanna Marczinke. Madelyn Lantz. Gerald Bauer Bottom How: Lauretta Benner, Evelyn Orth, Shirley Severson. Charles Marczinke, Jimmy Campbell, Glenn Kohl-hepp Sixty-sevenGampud Gckml Gk'i-i i Top Row: Janna Strand, Marjorie Shockct, Roudaha Binit-ini', Sally Falstad, Wayne Medium!. Dorothy Scvhorth. Paula Egbert, Harold Lind. Barbara Nelson Middle Row: Sti annc Sherman. Jackie Anderson. Janet Anderson. Bill Sparly, Mary Jean Quella, Jo Anne Kuchi. Bobby Hale, Ellen Aarrstad, Mary Jo Hnrtwick. liotlom Row: John Baertschy, Janet Roe, Jerry Roberts. Tom Ilnncy. Barbara Potter, Miss Grimm, Sandra Glide, Tom Crewe, Robert Frise, James Egan Sixty-rightQatnp-nA. Gckoo-L Ghat i Top How: Renal d Balow, Patty Bradford, John Schneider, H hod a Kellev. Wanda Amundsen. Carol Jean Gant-uer, Jocelyn Iledlund, Doris Ann M undinger, Richard Pla-cck Middle How: Josephine llorel, Juanita Bauman, Boh Kramer, Pat Potter. AnncQuella, Bour-tai Bunting, Janet Lehman. Shirley Thompson (accompanist ) Bottom How: Tom Campbell. Fritz Culver, Steve Riley, Betty Lou Summers, Richard Svengnnrd, Xed Homback, Duane Parker, Paul Guthrie, Florence Bahr Sixty-nineEAU CLAIRE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE A Standard Professional College with a Class A Rating • As in all professional colleges, the first two years ore pre-professional; i. e., liberal arts. There are no professional subjects in the first two years of the degree courses. 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Johnson Company Photographers and Engravers HOTEL EAU CLAIRE ★ Listed in DUNCAN HINES' Book "ADVENTURES IN GOOD EATING" ★ Entertain In Our Beautiful New "Northwoods Room" Ihe 1945 Peniicofie ★ Text set in Caledonia type. ★ Printed on 70-lb. enamelled book paper. ★ Engravings by Buckbee-Meors Company of St. Paul. ★ Photography by the Johnson Studio. ★ Printing by the Eou Cloire Book Cr Stationery Company. ★ Covers by Shelby Croftco of Chicago. Seventy-nineINDEX Ackerman. F. W.—5 Adver tiling—70. 79 Alf. Lillian—M, 21. -4 ,c « Allen. Patricia—16. 33. 39. 45. 46. 49 Aim. Elaine—16. 20. 28 ,5 Amacher. Bern.ee—16. 21. 29. 35. 48 _ Andersen. Ali:e—16. 2 . .o Anderson. B. Fern—16. 21. 30. 48 Anderson. Edna—8. 21. 29. 35 Anderson. Elizabeth—14. 34 Anderson. Harriet—8. 21. 35 Anderson. Romaine—14 Anderson. Sylvia—12. 16. 25. 34 Anderson. Virginia—23 ,p Augustine. Ruth—8. 18. 22. 28. 34. 37. 39. 45. 46. 47 Auld. Ruth—6. 64 Ausderau. Rosa—11. 23. 24. 35 Ayer. Mrs. Elizabeth—7. 21. 23 B Bohr. Lillian—6. 19. 23. 62 Baker. Charlotte—16. 26. 48 Baker, Frances—7. 69 _ „ Baldwin. Dale—16. 36, 37. 38. 45. 47. 50. 52 „„ Barager. Mary—14. 18. 22. 30 Barber. Janet—14. 20. 26. -;2 Barquost. Vera—16. 25. 29. 34 Barry. Arno’d—8. 26 , , . Barstad. Mary Ann—16. 25. 34 Bartingale. Frances—11. ?8. 46. 7 Becker. Charlotte—14. 21. 3 M Bchrndf. Herbert—16. 31. 50. 52 Belter. Leole—16. 20. 30 Benson. Irwin—14 Berg. Ardis—16. 26. 29. 34 Borch, Owen—14 __________ Berkeley. Alice—16. 18. 28. 37. 39 Best. Conald—52 Bischel. Helen—14. 18. 29. 31. 42 Black. Betty—16. 28 Block. Lorraine—16. 26. 30. 33. 49 Borotka. Corrinc—16. 25 Bourgct. Dolores—16. 25. 31 B redo sen, Bette—16. 18. 26. 33. 49 Brendemihl. Jeanette—16. 26. 35 Breyen. Dorothy—12 Brill. Willard—16 Brown, Betty—14. 29. 48 Bruden. Winnifred—5. 7. 9 Buchholz. Erna—7. 15 Burke. John—16. 31 Bumie, Alice—6. 8. 23, 60 Ehrhard, Robert—16 Emberfson Beatrice—55 „ .. Erickson. Arleen—14. 20. 26. 30. 34 Ermatingcr. Joyce—II. 41 Ervin. Don—52 Campus School—56. 69 Carlson. Patricia—14. 46 Chipman, Mabel—55 Chisholm. (Eleanor) Ann—30. 31. 37. 46 Christianson Warren—52 Cisne. Mrs. Georgia—14. 23 Clark. W. Parker—6. 18 Clifford. Colleen—16. 25, 33 Clintsman. Irene—16. 2S Conrow. Arline—8. 18. 22. 36. 37 38. 39. 46 Cornwall. Robert—16. 36. 39 4S. Craemer. Anna Marie—55 Cronk, |oane—38 Dahl. Julia—6. 58 Dankcmyer. lone—16. 34. 48 Davies. Dorothy—16. 28. 45, 4$, Davies. W. R.—6. 19 Davis, James—16. 45. 47 DeBonvillc. Robert—50 DeLong, Elizabeth—16. 31 43 Degcnhardt, Donald—17, 18 cn Despres, Jeanne—16. 24, 29 Dewitz. Lois—15. 20. 2d. 30. 34 Dinkcl. Verona—i6. 24, 30. 45. 45, DrNicr. Barbara—14. 18. 22. 28 46. Durch, Lol —16. 30. 31. 37 38 43 Durst. Mary E —16. 31. 49 ’ Duxbury. John—16. 31. 50. 52 Edgcrton. R. B.—7. 24 Ehrhard. Betty—11. 18. 22. 28. 46. Fagan. Clifford—6. 50. 65 Fagan. Mrs. Vera—7. 49 Flagler. Mrs. Lyla—6. 23 Fletcher. Mar,on—id. 29. 34. 48 Flynn. Ruth—8 Fond. Priscilla—16. 35 Foss. Arlie—21. 35 Foster. David—17. 50 Foster. Ruth—7. 28 „ Fostvedt. John—16. 37. 38. 45. 47 Fox. A j.—7. 19 Fredin. Dorothy—8, 18. 19. 22. 28. 46 Frinah. Carroll—16 ,, Frocba. Alice—16. 20. 26. 30. 31. 49 Camel. Charles—16. 50 Cantner. Robert—44 Gardow. lone—16. 26. 29. 34 Garvey. Patricia—9. 18. 24. 28. 31. 46 Gibson. Dennis—17 Gibson. Ethel Rose—II. 24. 30 Girtman, Mrs. Alpha—12. 16-25. 34. 46 Gonia. Dorothy—9. 21. 3'. 37 ComkJ. Elaine—12 , ,, Go-ton. Bonnie—16, 28. 33. 36 Gourdoux. Phyllis—14. 20 Grimm. Gret.hen—7. 28. 68 Guirl. Mrs. |eanne—9. 23. 24. 32. Cuthrie, Gladys—16. 21. 26. 29. 33 H Haas. Leonard—6. 19. 55 Hagen. Edna—16. 25. 34 Hagen. Thelma—16. 25. 34 Hahn, Mr . Margaret—23 Haines. Ann Marie—14. 49 Hakanson, loan—16. 26. 35 Halverson. Marvin—17. 52 Hansen. Kenneth—31. 50 Hanson, June—9. 24 Hanson. Sylvia—II. 24. 34. 46 Harding. Ellen—11. 20. 26. 34. 36 Harlcstad. Hazel—12 Harvat. Mary Jane—14. 30. 3' Heimstead. Phyllis—16, 29, 32, 46 Hemer. John—50 ,. Henderson. Olivia—15. 24. 29. 31 Hiffernen. Mrs. Jennie—23. 26 Hill. Helen—11. 20. 29 , „ „ Hince. Evelyn—14. 20. 26. 29. 33 Hoard. Ruth—6. 33. 66 Holbrook Mrs. Iva—23. 55 Holman. Vivian—14. 24. 30. 35. 46. 47. 48 Horn. Violet—13. 16. 25. 39 Hornback. Charles A.—6. 12 Hubbell. Mary—14 Hunn. Fannie—7, 67 I InstcfJord. Alvin—17. 34. 45. 47 Imtotiofd. Alvma—15. 22. 34. 46 Insteftord. Julian—39. 52 Krause. Mildred—16. 24. 30. 35. 45. 46. 47. 48 Krel.l Jean—32 Kurx. Gloria—15. 24. 30. 35 Lancette. Lois—16. 20. 30. 31. 37. 38. 46 Lanzer. Louis—16. 50. 51 Larson. Betty Jayne—II. 20. 30. 33, Larson. Erma—19 Latz, Mary Ann—16. 25 Lcasum. Gertrude—9, 18. 22. 31. 46. 47 Lee. Mrs. Margarot—39 Lefstad. Dana—16. 37 . 38. 45. 47 Lofte. Lorraine—9. 18. 20. 22. 26. 34. 36. 37 Lotthus, Richard—17 Loomis, loan—15. 28 Lowry. Ann—15. 20. 29. 31 Lumby. Norma—17. 26. 30. 33. 49 Lund. Grace—15. 20. 26. 33 Lundberg. Herman—17. 36. 37. 38 Lykc, Oorothy—17. 46 M McCellan. Doris Jean—II. 19 McCormick. Alice—17. 30. 46. 47 McGinnis. Carol—17. 24. 26. 30. 45. 46 McMahon. Oella—18. 30. 32. 41 McNamara. Mrs. Marion—6. 31. 57 McPhee. Jeanne—17. 26. 28. 37. 38. 49 Malom. La Verne—17 Matt.son. Thelma—17. 20. 30. 49 Matz. Mr . Alice—6. 32 Mertens, Inez—13. 17, 18. 25 Mtjj, Kathryn—17. 21. 26. 29. 33. Miller, lean—9 Miller. Lavilla—10. 24 Miller. Vine—7. 29 Milliren, Beth—15. 18. 22. 28. 33. 45. 46 Moe. Helen—17. 25 Moe. Marguerite—17. 26. 34. 49 Morrill. Audrey—17. 30 Morns. Valerie—17. 31 Mower. Kathryn—17, 31. 48 Muszynskc, Estelle—15. 24. 30. 31 N Nash. Anna—6. 61 Ness, Marjorie—10. 24 Nielsen. Virginia—13. 15. 25. 35. 39. 48 Nogcl. George—50. 51 Norton, Stanley K.—7, 32. 42 O'Rourke, Marion—15. 20. 26. 30. 34. 45. 46 Oestcrreicher. John—17. 31. 39, 50. 51. 52 Oligny. Opal—17. 25 Oxby. Hilda Belle—6. 22 Patzwald. Z 17. 29. 35 eckson. Eugene—16. 31. 36 ackson. Gerald—16. 31 ohnson. Grace—9. 19. 26 ohnson, Loi —II, 24. 28. 35. 46. 48 ohnson. Ruth—7. 25 _ ... I ones. Jeanette—16. 24. 29. 46 ludd. Roy C.—30 King. Nancy—15. 32. 36. 37. 38 Kicr. Earl—6. 37. 38 Klay, Esther—II, 24J 30. 35 Knight. Laurel—16. 29. 48 . Knutson. Pauline— 21.' 34. 36 Kohls. Herbert—17. 50. 52 Kolka. Henry W.—6. 31 Koptschkie. Dorothy— 15. 21. 28. Kosman. Olga—16 Krause. Floyd—37 35 Peterson. John—38. 47 Peterson. Marjorie lean—17 Peterson. Mildred—II. 20. 30, 34. 45. 46 Potter. Mary Alice—17. 25. 31. 46 Preston. Mabel—II. 21. 26. 32 Price. Harriet—17. 25 Pronchinske, Kathleen—17. 21. 26. 31 Quigg. Marshall—18. 31 Ramharter, Mrs. Hazel—33 Ramsey. Marjorie—17 R.edel. Irene—17. 20, 30 Riley. Marilyn—17. 20. 28. 33. 49. Rindt. John—17 Roach. Anna |canne—17. 24. 29. 31. 45. 46 „ Roduner. Lorraine—15. 21. 29. a5. 48 Rose land. Earl—26. 50. 51 Rosolack. Grctchen—17. 21. 28 Roth. Jeanette—15. 20. 28. 35 Sanford. Myrtle—15. 24. 28 33 4, Sangsland. Carol—28 ' • M Schlosser, Lucille—17. 21. 30 31 Schmidt. Dale—17. 31, -15, 47 j, Schneider. Blanche—31 Schneider. John—6. 14. 26 5? Schneider. Mrs. Josephine—17 34 Schreiner, Dorothy—15. 24 31 Schrocdcr. Harriet-17. 35 Schuebel. Phyllis—13. 17, 2S 31 Schultz. Dorothy. 17, 26. 34 40 Schultz. Gene—17. 5 ' 8 Seng. Pearl—17. 25 Sivertson. Crace. 17. 25. 34 Skoc. Ellen—10 Slagg. W. E.—6. 41 Slock. Louis—7. 13 Snedie. Aneglmc—20. 22. 31 Sobola. Georgiana—15. 36. 42 Sortie. Elaine—17. 26. 29. 35, 4 Spieth. Alpha—17. 26. 29. 34 . Spanel. Charles—! 31. 43. 47.' 51 Sparks. Inez—7. 20. 21 Stcinwall. Muriel—17. 41. 4b Stern. Lois—17. 20. 26. 28 Stewart, Leona—11, 24. 32 Strebig. Melva—15. 20. 29. 35 Sullivan. Denni —17 Sutherland. Laura—7. 19 Svetiik, Thoms —38 Svoma. Eleanor—IS. 25 Svoma. Loi —17. 25 Thciler. Dixie—15. 24. 20. 35 Theis, Bernice—3i Thomas. Kathcrino—6. 31. 56 Thomtey. |orome—17. ;4. 37 30 45. 47. 50. 51. 52 ’ ' Thompson. Mr . Fern—7. 35 Thompson. Lorra.ne—II. 24, 32 35 Thir«%7ShMv'-'0- Throrsoo. Avis—17. 21. 26. 28, 46. 49 Thronson. La Von—17, 21. 22. 28. Thurston. Alice—17. 35 Tibbetts. Elaine—17. 24. 26 30 49 Trauba. Robert—17, 52 Trueblood. Don—15. 18. 25. 38, 39 Tumm, Betty—17. 25. 34. 48 u Ullsvik, 8jarne—6. 54 Ulrich. Patricia—2l. 26. 35 Vick. Maridean—15. 24. 30. 33. 46 w Wallin. J. R.—7. 26 Walsh. Grace--?. 31. 36 Ward. Clara Mae—7 45 Ward Darlene—17 49 Wjrd n. Barbara—17 18. 29. 34 Watenpuhl, Virgilee—11 Wclton. Marion—17. 25 33 Wetzel). Mardell—15. 26. 41. 46 Whmnery. Jean—10, 24 White. John—17. 4$. 47 Wick. James—17 Widvey. Arlene—15. 25. 29. 35 Wiley. Helen—17, $0 Willetfe. Irene—24. 30. 31 Williams. Robert—50. 51. 52 Wmg. Mr . Geraldine—55 Winn. Doris—10. 18. 20. 22. 26. 30. 33. 37 Woodington. Neil—17. 45. 47. 52 Wyman. Richard—39. 50. 51 Zaborowski, Eugene—17. 31. 38. 50. 51 Zimmerman. Reuben—17 Zorn. W. L.—6. 50. 52, 6; Zwickcy. Rhoda—15. 18. 21. ' 28. 34. 36. 37. 39 EightyJesse W. Hart M. L. Hatch Arnold M. Haugen Roy D. Havcnor Joan Hebert Robert T. Hebert R. V. Hehli Ray Heideman Douglas A. Heims lead Virgil Held Kenneth L. Hclgescn Robert Helvig Steven Hem pieman Jerome 0.1 Iendrickson C. D. Henry Holland D. Herrick Walter Hestekin Darrel O. Hibbard Dale Hight James V. Hill Douglas C. Hoeho Marvin M. Hochn Warren J. Hochn Harold Hoepncr W. C. Hoeppncr John L. Hogness Donald F. Holdorf John C. Holdorf Tcrlicf S. Holmes Hamid F. Holtz E. F. Hopkins II. O. Horswill Orville W. Houlder Willis Houser Howard D. Hovey Gaylord A. Howard James D. Howard Orien Howard C. A. Howe Glenn E. Hubbard Ira II. Hudson Earl G. Hurlburt Ernest G. Hutson Bernard Isaacs Earl J. Isaacs Donald E. Jackson Warren S. Jackson Thomas W. James Gordon P. Jameson Joseph Howard Jameson Fred Jenkins Gerald E. Joas John M. Johannes B. T. Johnson Dwight Johnson Clyde A. Johnson Doris E. Johnson Gene E. Johnson Inin E. Johnson John R. Johnson 5 Lewis F. Johnson M. C. Johnson Owen M. Johnson Russell II. Johnson Wallace E. Johnson ECSTC HONOR ROLL Warren C. Johnson S. G. Jones William F. Jopke Gene E. June Lillian Kaentz Thomas Keouch Charles J. Kepler Robert C. Kessler Arnold L. Killeo W. T. Kirschcr J. H. Kleiner Amv C. Klomsten 5R. Knobel Evelyn Ackley Knuds on John A. Knmf.son Charles R. Knutson Herbert R. KohLs Howard L. Kolstad Robot F. KoLstad Wayne R. Kopp Anton Korgcr tH. F. Korgcr Laurence Krakowiccki Dale E. Krnmmcs Robert W. Krause Norman Krenz M. Kniltz E. L. Kruscbke § David A. Kuchl Alvin Kuehn Ccorge Kunzelman Lloyd R. Lake Percy A. Laking Arnold A. Lamberg Kenneth R. LaMoe Omar T. LaMoe John R. Lange L. F. Lanzer Everett W. Larson Lyle T. Larson Milton F. Larson Robert E. Lee Marshall F. Lelunan Thomas R. Lehman W. W. Lehman Charles Leiuenkugel Donald J. Leland W. J. Letendre Alice M. Lieskc John Linden G. O. Linderman Fred H. Lindner Russell J. Lindquist tThomas Litchfield B. D. Loken Byron J. Loken Douglas Loomis Lois O. Loomis Willis Lorch A L. Ludvigson Jolm P. Luawikosky R. M. Lund David P. Lyons Allan R. Lynnes E. G. McCaghy Jack McCombs Donald McCoy A. J. McDoncfl David R. McEachem W. E. McEachcm Margery McGmer Joseph McKinnon C. J. McMahan T. F. McMnnamy 6E. R. McPhee Leona McSorley Arthur Macnner J. C. Malen Willurd Malles Anton E. Markmvski Harold H. Martin Harrictte M. Mason Donald Mathison Lee Mathison Oliver F. Mattel Wm, A. F. Matson Frank S. Malz Donald j, Meade James W. Meade Roy Mccklenherg William R. Meier Robert C. Melby Raymond E. Mcngc Earnest D. Merrill Kenneth E. Merrill Thomas P. Merrill Earl J. Moub Henry A. Michels t Aaron E. Mickolson La Verne Micrkey Charles M. Miller Edward L. Miller Norman L. Miller William V. Miller J. Robert Mills George Mock Loris Moldenhaucr Arthur W. Moline Walter L. Moran Ingram W. Morehouse Dean Morrill Arthur H. Muenchow Arthur Muetzenberg Donald Mundinger John D. Mundt Clcnn L. Munger Paul W. Murphy A. R. Musum Arthur A. Nadler Oakley T. Neau George H. Neaiy DcAlton G. Ncher Arthur C. Nelson Conrad S. Nelson Earl C. Nelson Ed Nelson Ernest Nelson Roy Neperud, Jr. Donald O. Ness Melvin Neumann Virginia Newell Charles Newhouso § Kenneth F. Newton Carl Nicholas Dclmar Nispal Robert Nogle Raymond A. Norheim Robert Nystrom Don Oas Arthur B. O’Brien Jack G kcrhnder AdolpK C. Oftedahl Ralph Oftedahl Lyle Oleson George E. OLseth Adolph M. Olson Arnold L. Olson Loren K. Olson Norman C. Olson Clayton Olson Kenneth Omsted Rov W. Oppegard George E. Orchdorff Orton C. Ol terson Richard E. Otto John J. Paff Clarence E. Paff Donald W. Paffel Ehlcn A. Papke A. J. Parkovich Sam C. Palrmv Chaimccy A. Pederson Einar C. Pedersen Leonard L. Pederson Trig Pederson Clyde R. Pepin Earl T. Perkins Burnham L. Peters Ardell S. Peterson Birdcll Peterson Clayton M. Peterson Harry G. Peterson Kenneth S. Peterson Ixoneal Peterson O. H. Peterson Robert A. Peterson William B. Peterson W. G. Peterson L. E. Pettis Paul Pettis John R. Phalcn Nancy Playter Steven Playter Grant 11. Plctt William R. Pohl Gordon E. Poquctte M. C. Poquette Ralph L. Boss Susan Powell Arthur Preston Frank H. Preston John P. Proctor Hugh Prosser Arthur PrueherECSTC HONOR ROLL Orville A. Quick Gerald Quigley Alfred M. Radisewitz Vernon C. Ramberg J limes K. Ramsey H. D. Reas E. W. Reed I larold J. Retalluk Maurice J. Rhode Justus Riek James A. Riley Malcolm L. Riley Haney L. Risberg Thomas J. Ritzmger Lamome R. Robertson I lubbard W. Robbins Barry Robinson Thomas Rodenhtiis Donald O. Roughen C. L. Roosslcr Ray W. Rohde Elmer Romundstad Norman C. Rone David E. Rosenberg John Rojsokck EdvVard M. Rounds § Don Rowe On in E. Rud Arthur E. Rude Wilbur Ruesch Don W. Rulien Marion N. Ruth R. R. Ryan Mafvin Samplawski Melvin Samplawski Peter J. Scarseth Walter F. Scheffer Jean M. Schliove Roliand Schliove H.T.Schlinkcrt Verne R. Schneider John Sohofidd George W. Schretcnth lcr Carroll Schroeder M. J. Sehucbel Charles Schultz Homs A- Scfawahn Donald R. Seguin L. D. Scrvaty A. O. Setter Ernest J. Severson Robert Sbager Ricliard A. Shea § George Shaver Donald L. Simonson John R. Simonson ’’G. L Simpson George L. Simpson, Jr. R. If. Skamfer Wayland N. Skantser Henry S. Skeels Roy Skogen J. E. Stag W. A Slagg Don Sloat Howard F. Smiley Albert G. Smith Clarence T. Smith Don Edward Smith James L. Smith Paul J. Smith Rotle.Hek D. Smith Miklred lv. Snyder Janies Sol berg Robert W Solberg Evelyn IL Sorenson Helmer Sorenson Roy Snoddea H. J. Spcrgcr Wallace G. Spitt M. G. Spooner George O. Steiner Heui O. Strond Lionel M. Strand W, C. Strand Daniel T. Sullivan G. E. Sullivan Eliida O. Svverson Charles W. Svetlick 5 William Ssvetlick t Thomas K. Tannlcr Everett E. Tlrayer Jerome Thomley Adolph A. Thompson Alvin N’. Thompson Lawrence Thompson Ronds! M. Thompson William C. Thompson William D. Thompson W. R. Thompson H. E. Thompto Cluirlps Thorngate Palmer G. Tibbetts °Herman Tiedeman Robert D. Tomasliek Kenneth G. Tracey Glen E. Tronstad t Robert A. Tuskcn Eugene E. Upton Dorothy Utley R. J. Van Gamp James VamJeheY Schuyler Van Gordon Adolph Hi Voigt Lester Voigt Wilbur R. Voigt Albert A. Volk Jack E. Voll William C. VoUendorf Edward F. Voss Marvin C. Walker Joseph B. Waller John Walters W. C. Waterhouse W. B. Waters Warren J. Weese Robert H. Weizencggcr Charles H. Wells Robert A. Wells William Welsh Clifford Westland Robert V. Wethem Wilbur C. Wetzel Melvin R. White Raymond White William E. White Benjamin II. Wiley Walter F. Wiley t La June Wilk Doris Wilkom John Williams Robert J. Williams Cietus H. Willkora Hubert Witt VV'jlliam F. Witt Edward L. Wittwer Donald G. Wellum Clifford L. Wood Catherine E. Woodington Darrell Wooding ton Donald D. Woodington R. P. Woodruff Arnold G. Works Frank Wrigglcsvvorth Robert Wriggicsworth William J. Wriggicsworth Don Wright Gerald Wright George W. Young June Young Willard A. Young Jolin M. Zeug C W. Ziegel Willis L. 2am Jr. DISCHARGED George Carroll Aaron Hanson Alemn Larson Patrick O'Brien Vernon Olson James A. 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