University of Wisconsin La Crosse - La Crosse Yearbook (La Crosse, WI)

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In , fmffef eo nlepnlulrolnes 'Q' Q- L DON STULKEN LH MAN HUMPHREY Together they work the city and ICS college one engaged in civic developmtnt lengthemnv 1nd broadeninff 1ts Lre1 beaut1fy1nG itself materially the othei ton the thouffhts xdeas and minds of that C1tV5 people Vxfhat could he more fitting th 111 thwt we the st lff of the 1940 LL Ciosse dedicate our book to the home of our ehool7 Perhaps by doing, so we can Cement mon firmly the bonds Wll1Lll Llitldy exist between the two perhaps by doing so we can fowe new and greatci links to add to those now existing Certainly our efforts ought to establish 1 tradition of mutual assnstmce and understanding to be appreciated and followed hy the towns people and students who tome in other years Let there always be an inner urge to explore discover and experiment within the bosom of the eity Lnd the student Shall we take 1 Glance at L1 Crosse through the pages of this yearbook? It perchance an annual IS 1SSUCd in twenty ive or fifty years havmv the same purpose 'ind theme is ours the two ought to provide an interestinv D'1ElSLlI'1110' bt1Ck of the ffiowth of the values we seek to further RICHARD TEWS IEAN LARSON Busmess Nfamzger Aqgocmtg Edlfoy COPYRIGHT. 1940, BY DON STULKEN AND LYMAN HUMPHREY ,. V . W- ' ' " ' 7 D 7 . . I a . . . 9 7 3 .bc .D.M2f, ..a., 1, 3 'as' cerned with another kind of development, lengthening, broadening and beautifying V D , . 7 I . C ' . 1 . , 1 5 z ' . 3 ' 5 . L , ' L , . -2 . 'K 2 'ez .' 9 - , ' , .b . ,. ' C 1" D . I I , V 1 I 4 l 1 . c ' U P c . , r m K - .1 ' P u I ' - A 7 , H. , , L A , . V . . Q. Z ' C bl. L C H t . . ., I J, C . . , . , N, . D P K C , W L . . . b 2 . D H. . bv 1 N P A 20225 en tzhg LA CEUSSE STATE TEACHERS C0I.1.EGE SSE WISCONSIN kv-T E ul -3 . ,V ,Z .E uf? ,Y .LA wc.: -g 1i:i:':r..E'T11 .., faheff- fha' B331 1. X 'Y Q + 'FS 1 Q- -ff 'Q , .f " ii... 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As quietly, President lvlitchell and his faculty meet the daily perplexities and obligations of governing the citizens of the college - the student body. wi-W M 512,-Mf,A,Ja. mfor .gnlvwvn-vvvi vin' 1974 fmffk 'fbmidmf 06- fa, Cbzvase j3q4Lne,4f:'Me'n2d C' 11.21 - 1 , - E .x g ve,-. J, .Km ri S E55 ig . xf X. p0UcE'1E?pT V9 ML, ,, QM , ,s - X I il 'Q , ,aim ' 1 F - "' JE i' " 'W ,i1x.f' M wifi 'Ri-iff' ' ,.i"7 wh '1 . , I 4f+,Fge 55Lii5g,33gQ , W ,uuqul 1, , W . , . 1104 f". , " . 4 ff ---: M- i 351 NX? TA v rm , U1 1 WA aw 'P 1 I K '1 H 1' , . -5? 4 Fi 'H 4. M - Q il ' 'wi , , V .V ,. I 79u4ic6mzL 71flLz'Jm!f 5f,f., - , J ws -EEF: 'Q fi: . J - V 3' ' ,V W., .. wwe Ig if '1 3.5 1 -- , :Q 'ff' , . rl ,-32 ' R1 wHfL'QL g :sis uv- 5 1 In .Q QQ? .I M, W ' i J' Siefzlen Tfhwidanf aj Cilrwmkyz of Pommmce REXFORD S. MITCHELL "An annual such as ours grows in value, acquires new meaning, and even changes character as the years go by. Now you find it a very interesting summary of the year-an album of those .with whom you have been closely associated, a record of events now vivid in your mind. In ten years every one of its pages will be unaltered, but it will not be the same book. It will be, however, still a source of enjoyment. It will bring back old friends and touch od' memories of the days you spent at La Crosse. Through its pages you will recall the events of these years but, believe it or not, you will see them in a diiferent lightg perspective does that. It is my hope that, as you turn these pages in the years to come, you will conclude that these years at La Crosse were experience worthwhile, and that this annual will serve to deepen your loyalty to the Alma Mater." REXFORD S. MITCHELL ALICE GORDON if Jin Hlvmnriam FROM THE FACULTY Labor and love epitomize the life and services of Alice Gordon with her pupils, her friends and cofworkers within and outside the College, She was a teacher mother to many hundred, she knew her children for she studied them, and loved them, and they in turn loved her. Her standards of thoroughness and ideals of life were of the highest, and long will he remembered hy all who knew her. Her life, and memory of her many good deeds will continue to live in the hearts of all. FROM THE STUDENTS A true educator, Miss Gordon influenced and guided the lives of all her student teachers. She was congenial, helpful, and considerate. It is left for us to appreciate the ine things she did and to make our lives worthier hy practicing the virtues she taught us. LINCOLN K. ADKINS Mathematics B.A., George Peabody College for Teachersg B.S., M.S., Uni' versity of Chicago. ALVIDA M. AHLSTROM French B.A., M.A., Northwestern Universityg D i p l o m e d'enf seignement, University of Toulf ouse, Franceg Ph.D., University of Strasbourg, France. Adkins Ahlstrom Angell Annett Bangsberg Beach RENA M. ANGELL Art B.Pd., State Teachers College. Ypsilanti, Michigang Pennsylf vania Academy of Fine Arts. THOMAS ANNETT Music BS., Missouri State Teachers Collegeg B. Mus., Northwest' ern Universityg M.A., Ph.D., University of Cincinnati. U31 SARAH G. BANGSBERG Dean of Women Phoenixville, Pa., H o s p i t a l Graduate Nurse M.D., Wom- en's Medical College of Penne slyvania. JOHN WILLIAM BEATI-I Ru-ral Education B.A., M.A., University of Wisf cousin. JACK BEATTIE Graduate Assistant in Chemistry B.S., La Crosse State Teachers College. AGNES BREENE Critic, Grades 3 and 4 Diploma, State Teachers Cole lege, Milwaukee, B.A., Wisf consin. GABRIELLA BREN DEMUHL English and Latin B.A., Carleton Collegeg M.A., Chicago. JESSIE CALDWELL Supervision, Elementary Grades, Public Schoolsg Education Diploma, State Teachers Col' lege, La Crosse, Wiscoxmsinz B.S., M.A., Columbia. MILFORD CCWLEY Chemistry Diploma, State Teachers Col lege, Eau Claire, Wisconsixi Ph.B., Ph.M., Ph.D., Univer sity of Wisconsin. JOHN DARLING English and Social Science, junior High School B.S., M.S., State Teachers Col lege, Pittsburgh, Kansas. Beattie Brendemuhl Cowley Breene Caldwell Darling U91 f ALICE DRAKE Rural Education Diploma, State Teachers Col- lege, Eau Claire, Wisconsing Ph.B., University of Wiscoiif sing M.A., Columbia. GUY DUNNINGTCN German and Mathematics B.A., M.A., Washiidgton and Leeg Ph.D., University of IIlif nois. HELEN DYSON English B.A., University of Wiscoxi' sing M.A., Columbia. JAMES A. FAIRCHILD Dean of Men Physics Diploma, Illinois State Normal Universityg B.A., Illinois. Drake Dyson Frazee Dunnington Fairchild Gautsch OREN FRAZEE Biology Diploma, Indiana State Normal Schoolg B.A., M.A., Indiana. FLOYD GAUTSCH Physical Education and Science, Training School B.E., La Crosse State Teachers Collegeg M.A., Colorado State College of Education. IZOI WILBUR GLOVER History B.A,, Milton Collegeg M.A., Ph.D,, WlSCOl1Slll. MARSHALL GOFF Chemistry B.A., TrifState Collegeg B.S., M.A., Michigan. Glover Goff Greene E. Holi A. Hoff Jackson LORA GREENE Accounting Registrar B.E., State Teachers College, Whitewater, Wiscoiisiiig M.A., Columbia. ELIZABETH HOFF Physical Education Critic B.A., Indiana State Teachers Collegeg M.A., New York Uni' versity. l21l ARTHUR HOFF High School Science Critic B.E., State Teachers College Superiorg M.A., Iowag Ph.D. Minnesota. VIRGIL JACKSON Education, Psychology, Sociology B.S., M.S., Oregon State Ph.D., Wisconsin. Knowlton Laux Leamer Lemaire Lipovetz EDGAR KNOWLTON English and Comparative Literature B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Harvard. WILLIAM LAUX History and Social Science B.A., M.A., Micliigan. Lyon EMERY LEAMER Education, Psychology B.A., Nebraskag M.A., Chi' cago. MINNIE E. LEMAIRE Geo graphy B.A., Wheaton Collegeg M.A., Ph.D., Clark University. i22l FERD LIPCVETZ Physical Education GG., B.P.E., Normal College of the American Gymnastic Uniong BS., Columbiag Rush Medical School, Chicago. MERTON J. LYON Manual Arts Diploma, State Normal School, Cshkosh, Wisconsing B.S., Stout Institute. LEON MILLER Physical Education Diploma, American College of Physical Educationg B.E., State Teachers College, La Crosse, Wisconsing M.A., Iowa. JANE MOLLENCOP Physical Education B.Sc. in Education, B.Sc. in Social Administration, M.A., Ohio. MARIE PARK TOLAND Speech B.S., Ottawa University, M.A. Ph.D,, Iowa. OLIVE PLACE Micsic, Mtcsic Methods B.S. in Education, Boston Uni' versity, M.A., Columbia. JANE POWER Critic, Grades 5 and 6 B.A. in Education, M.A. in E cl u c a t i o n, University of Washingtong S.S., Columbia. HANS REUTER Physical Education Certificate, Normal College of t h e American Gymnastic Union. Miller Toland Power Mollencop Place Reuter I23l ELIZABETH RODGERS Physical Education Diploma, Sargent School for Physical Education, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Columbia. JEAN ROLFE Education and Psychology Diploma, State Teachers Col' lege, La Crosse, Wisconsiilg Ph.B., Ph.M., Wiscoiisiii. THEODORE ROVANG Biology B.A., St. Olaf College, M.A., Columbia. MARTHA SKAAR Lib'ra1'ia'n B.A., Diploma, Library School, Wiscoiising M.S., School of Library Service, Columbia. Rodgers Rovang Smith Rolfe Skaar Spangler l24I CLYDE SMITH Physical Education Athletic Coach B.A., Geneva College, M.A. in Physical Education, Indiana ROSS SPANGLER Physics B.A., Berea College, M.S., Ph.D., Iowa. Trlpp Trowbudge Walters Went Wh1te Whxtney GRACE TRIPP Pvmmpal and Mathematzcs College umm Hzgh School BS Drake UD1V6fS1fy MA Ch1cago MA Chxcago MYRTLE TRCWBRIDGE Htstory ANNA POST WENTZ Baology D1plor11a Ill1no1s State Normal D1ploma State Normal School UDIVEISIYY B A I l l 1 I1 0 1 s Wmona Mmnesota M A WISCOIISIH M S MIIIIIESOLH fzs EVERETT L WALTERS ORRIS WHITE Secondarg Educatzon and Englzsh l Psvcho ogy BA Ch1caQo MA WISCOII D1plOHlZl IlI1no1s State Normal sm UDIVCYSICY Ph B WISCOHSIII CLAYTON WHITNEY Ge o gm p I1 y D1ploma F e 1' 1' 1 s I11t1stute M1Ch1gHH D1p1oma Central State Teachers College M1ch wan B S M1ChlUHH ' 111 111 , 111 11, .' , . 1 11 1 11 X 11 11 11 M . 11 11 L 11 ,,.. ofa.. 5 11 11 Z 1 . 111 2 Ti 1 1 ' ' . 1111'1111 111 1 ,- w . , 1 , . . ., K- , . ., . ., , . ., , L . ' 1 - -a a . ., , 1 ' 1 s 1 s , . ., , , , B.A., , , . ., . . ., . , ' 5 , . ., 5 . 1 Wilder Wilson Wing Wicriclm Wulling EMMA LUCY WILDER Pliysical Education Diploma, State Normal School, Randolph, Vermont, Special Student, Posse Normal School of Gymnastics, B.S., Pittsburg, Ed.M., Harvard University. LEONORE WILSON Kindergarten B.E., State Teachers College, Winoiizx, Minnesota., M.A., Minnesota. EDITH IRISH WING Social Science, Iunioi' High School Diploma, State Normal School, Madison, South Dakota, B.S., M.A., Minnesota. WALTER WITTICI-I Physical Education B.A., M.A., Wisconsin. i261 EMERSON WULLING English B.A., Ph.D., Minnesota, M.A Harvard. FLORENCE S. WING Librarian B.L.S., Illinois. CATHERINE CRAIL Assistant Librarian B.A., UC. at Los Angelesg Library School, Wisconsiiig Leave of Absence. Mznrquardr Pen n Pollock Runge FERN L. MARQUARDT Assistant Cle1kfStenog'rapher Sparta, Wisconsin ROSE PENN Accounting Clerk Madisoii, Wisconsiii B.A. University of Wiscoiisin ELIZABETH POLLACK I1mio'rfCls'rk Stenographei' Sparta, Wisconsiii Sparta Business College MARION M. RUNGE Mindoro, Wiscoiisin Graduate, Wisconsin Business University i27l T llsll li C HL A Yi Slowly, though steadily, there has developed a certain interdependf ence between the school system of La Crosse and the State Teachers' as s College. Into the city schools, elementary and secondary, go the student teachers trained at the college. From the graduating classes of Logan, Central, and Aquinas prospective teachers enroll as Teachers' College freshmen. Friendships and shared experiences among college students, city school students, and faculty members help to fashion the raw material of the lpresent into the finished products of the future. ,wfs-WV ' QW' Marking Kelley Bill Weisbecker Hanson SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Howard Kelley Alma Bill f Marga1'et Markilig Thelma Cooper Norma Hanson I Iris Weisbeckei' Y, U01 f President VicefP1'esident f Secretm w f Tveasurea Se1'geantfatfArms ELIZABETH ABEL Hudson Physical Education, B.S. Sigma Lambda Sigma, 2, 3, 4, Sec' retary, 3: Delta Psi Kappa, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary, 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: VJ.R.A., 1, 2, 3, 4. Abel Anderson Arnold MARTIN ANDERSON Evansville Physical Education, B.S. Phi Kappa Epsilon, 3, 4: M.I.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2: Track, 1 7 3 4' Footbilll I 7 3 4' Svviniming Team, 3, 4, CofCaptain, 4: Athletic Trainer, 4: "L" Club, Z, 3, 3, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff, 3. Baertsch Bahr Barribeau ARLEEN ARNOLD Rib Lake Physical Education, B.S. Delta Psi Kappa, Z, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4: Sigma Lambda Sig' ma, 2, 3, 4: Orchesis, 2, 3, 4. President, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3: Euterpe, 3: NV.R.A., 1, 2, 3, 4. Barton Bowe Ballsrud FERN BAERTSCH Fountain City Secondary Education, B.S. Sigma Lambda Sigma, 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 1, Z, 3, 4: Annual Staff, 4. GORDON BAHR Sheboygan 1 Physical Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Theta, 3, 4: "L" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 3, 4: M.I.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Foot' ball, 1, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Bas' ketball, 1: Student Council, 4. mg FRED BARRIBEAU Goodman Physical Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club, 1, 2, 3: Band, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 4, Pres., 4: Orchestra, 4: M.I.A.A,, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1. EDYTHE BARTON Iviilwaukee Physical Education, B.S. Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Or' v chesis, 3, 4: W.R.A., 1, .., 3, 4: Alpha Phi Pi 4. i311 JANET Bowls Beaver Dam Secondary Education, B.S. Lambda Sigma Chi, 3, 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 3: Racquet Staff, 3, 4: Stu' dent Council, 3, 4: "Green Grow The Lilacsf' ELAINE BALLSRUD Westby Secondary Education, B.S. Lambda Sigma Chi, 2, 3, 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 3: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 3: Orchestra, 3, Sec., 3: W.R.A. 1, 4. xg i gf i i REMBERT L. BUTTERFIELD La Crosse Physical Education B.S. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President and Business Manager, 3: Men's Glee Club, 1, 2: Racquet, 1, 2: Student Council, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 1, Z, 3, 4: 'LEliz.abeth the Queen." NADINE CAPENER Baraboo Four 'Year Primary, B.S. Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: W. RJX. 1. E 'x 'sl , , E MERRILL CONVIS La Crosse Secondary Education, B.S. Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4: Phi Kappa Epsilon, 2, 3, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, Z: Sec. Ed. Club, 2, 3, 4: Foreign Relations, 1, 2, 3, Treas' urer, 3: Basketball, 1: M.1.A.A., 1, 2, 4: Racquet, 1, Z, 3, 4: Student Council, 4, President, 4. THELMA COOPER Richland Center Four 'Year Primary, B.S. Sigma Lambda Sigma, 3, 4, Secre' tary. 4: Class Treasurer, 4, Woinen's Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Elementary Club, 2, 3, 4. 1321 Brandt Bruins Butterlield EARL BRANDT L Mercer Physical Education B.S. M,1.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Play. Ed. Club, 3, 4: "L" Club, 4: Varsity Swimming Team, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 3, 4: Science Club, 4. Capener Convis JAMES BRUINS Miliuaitlqee Physical Education, B.S. Phi Kappa Epsilon, Z, 3, 4, Vice President, 3, Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, n J, 4, Vice President, 3: "L" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3: M.1.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4: Football, 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2. Cooper Cullmann De Sautelle RALPH CULLMANN West Salem Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club, 2, 3, 4: Band, 1, 'lg Racquet, 4: Annual Stall, 4. MAXINE DESAUTELLE La Crosse Four 'Year Primary, B.S. Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Fillner Ereisinger Gallagher CLARICE FILLNER La Crosse Secondary Education, B.S. Secondary Education Club, 1, Z, 3, 4, Alpha Phi Pi, 2, 3, 4: Sec., 3: Kappa Delta Pi, 4. Glasrud Gossfeld VIRGINIA FREISINGER La Crosse Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed., 1, 2, 3. 4: Alpha Phi Pi, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres., 4, Pres., 4: Racquet Staff, Bus. Mgr., 1, 2, 3: Annual Stallf, Z, 4: W.R.A., 2, 4: I..S.A., 3, 4: Freshman Players, 1: Buskin, 2: Alpha Psi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 4: L'ThreefCornered Moon", "As I Love Salt". Green Hagen Harrison FAY KATHARINE GALLAGHER La Crosse Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 3, 4: Student Counf cil, 3, 4, Racquet Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor, 33 Annual Staff, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Players, 1: Buskin, 2 Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: HAS I Love Salt". GEORGE GLASRUD La Crosse Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed., 3, 4: M.I.A.A., 1, 2, 4 Buskin, 1, 2: Alpha Psi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 4. s -g-1 lsglae -xii ARMIN GOSSFELD La Crosse Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 3, 4, Pres., 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4: "Wl1y The Chimes Rang." MARY ALICE GREEN Stanley Physical Education, B.S. Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 3: Alpha Phi Pi, 1, 2, 3, 4: Delta Psi Kappa, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4, Sec., 41 W.R.A., 1, Z, 3, 4: Orehesis, Z, 3, 4. 1331 ELAINE HAGEN Spooner Physical Education, DS. Phy. Ed. C'ub, 2, 3, 4: Lambda Sigma Chi, 3, 4: W.R.A., 2, 3, 4. LORENA HARRISON Alma Intermediate. B.S. WOIHEHIS Glee Club, 4, Elemcn tary Club 4. 151 I . E. gf 5 rr 1 f' 'f ,. 'i Qt, . Q ,ll p-I MARION HQFF Mt. Horeb Physical Education, B.S. Delta Psi Kappa, Z, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Lambda Sigma Chi, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: W.R.A., 1, Z, 3, 4: Financial Mgr., 4. LOTS HUNT Boscobel Physical Education, B.S. Science Club, 1, Z, 3, Secretary, 2: W.R.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. LUCILE IACOBSON Richland Center Physical Education. B.S. Alpha Phi Pi, 2, 3, 4: Science Club, 1, 2, Treasurer, Z: W.R.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Annual, 4. CARL IOHNSON Galesville Secondary Eclucatirm, B.S. Phi Kappa Epsilon, 3, 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: M.1.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1: Track, 1. T341 Hasset Herman Hunt PAUL HASSET Milwaukee Secondary Education. B.S. M.I.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: "L" Club, 2, 3, 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 3: Student Council, 3, 4: Beta Sigma Chi, Z, 3, 4, Vice Presif dent, 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 4: Racquet. 4, Editor, 4: Track, 2: Valley Forge: Debating, 4. H011 Jacobson NINA HERMAN Sparta Four Year Primary, B.S. Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Glcc Club, 4: Foreign Relations, 1, 2, 3: NV.R.A., 1: "The Night of IZIITLI' ary 16th." johnson Jones Kalus GWEN JONES Sparta Secondary Education, B.S. Lambda Sigma Chi, 2, 3, 4, Secre' tary, 4: Secondary Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: W.R.A., 4. DANIEL KALUS Cudahy Physical Education, B.S. Phi Kappa Epsilon, 3, 4: Phy. Ed Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: "L" Club, 1, Z, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, 4: M.I.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent, 4: Student Council 1, 2 Football, 1, Z, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2 3, 4: Golf, 1, Z, 4: Swimming 7 Team, -, 3, 4. Kelly Kemske Keppel THOMAS KELLY Liberty, N. Y. Physical Education, B.S. Beta Sigma Chi, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres., 3: Phy. Ed. Club, 2, 3, 4: L Club, 2, 3, 4, M.1,A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Football, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, Z: Annual Stall, 3. Kling Krueck DONALD KEMSKE La Crosse Secondary Education, B.S. Buskin, 1, 2, Pres., 2: Forensic, 2, 3, TYCPQS-,Ml 3: "The Younger Generation , "ThreefCorncred Moon", "Varieties", ,HAS I Love Salt , "Romeo And julietn, "The Enemy", "Elizabeth The Queen", Outward Bound", i'Allison's Lad", Betg Sigma Phi, 4, 5: Racquet Sta 5. Koehler Lake Lien WILLIAM KEPPEL Mindora Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 3, 4: Phi Kappa Epsilon, 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4, Pres., 4g "L" Club, Z, 3, 4: M,I.A.A., 1, 'lg Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Baseball, 3: Student Counf cil 4. ALFRED KLING Milwaukee Physical Education, B.-S. Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: M. I. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: Phi Kappa Epsilon, 3, 4, Sec., 3: Foot- ball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: "L" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS KOEHLER Merrill Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 3, 4: W.R.A., 1, 7 3 -1- . , . EDVJARD KRUECK Cincinnati, Ohio Physical Education, B.S. L" Club, 3, 4: Phy Ed. Club, 1, Z, 3, 4: Football, 1, 2, 3: M.I.A.A., fv . l, 2, 0, 4. f35l V' KATHLEEN LAKE Viroqua Secondary Education, B.S. Lambda Sigma Chi, 1, Z, 3, 4, See., 2, Pres., 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Vice Pres., 4: Sec. Ed. Club, Z, 3, 4: Foreign Rel., 3: Band, I., 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff, 3, 4: Or- chestra, 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2, 3: Glcc Club 1, 2, MARIE LIEN Rib Lake Elementary. B.S. Sigma Lambda Sigma, 4: Elemcnf tary Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: L.S.A., Vice Pres., 3: Racquet Staff, 3: W.R.A., I, 2. xg 'ii ' i'w DORTHEA MEYER Cedarburg Physical Education, B.S. Phy. Ed. Club, 1, Z, 3, 4: Orchesis: Vv'.R.A., I, 2, 3, 4: L.S.A.: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. GALE MACKEY Houston Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Delta Theta, 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2: Racquet staiI, 1, 4: M.I.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4. Y.M.C.A., 2, 3, 4. MONICA MORRIS Seneca Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Phi Pi, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3: Newman Club, 1, Z, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3: Racquet Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff, 1, 2, 3,4g W.R.A., 4. RUTH NEVINS Milwaukee Physical Education. B.S. Pliy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: W.R,A., 1, 2, 3, 4. 1361 Mahlke Menhardt Meyer VIRGINIA MAHLKE La Crosse Elementary, B.S. Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Lamb' da Sigma Chi, 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice Pres., 3. Mackey hiorris JULIA MENHARDT Sheboygan Physical Education, B.S. Phy. Ed. Club, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Lambda Sigma, I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Pres. 4: Delta Psi Kappa 3: Kappa Delta Pi, 4: Student Council, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, Z, 3, 4, Pres, 3: W'.R.A., 1, Z, 3, 4: Crchesis, 3, 4, "Elizabeth the Queen", 2: "Green Grow the Lilacsn, 3. Nevins Neitzel Linse VIRGINIA NEITZEL Baraboo Physical Education, B.S. Phy. Ed. Club, 1, Z, 3, 41 Lambda Sigma Chi, 3, 4: Annual Stall, 4: W.R.A,, 1, 2, 3, 4. HELENA LINSE Niondovi Elementary. B.S. Elementary Club, 3, 4g Alpha Phi Pi 3 4 1 a - Oliver Olszewski Pelton MARGARET OLIVER Viola Secondary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi Pi, Z, 3, 4: Sec. 2, Pres. 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 4: Annual Stall, 2: XV.R.A., 3, 4, Sec. 4. Peterson Prange ALBIN OLSZEWSKI Ashland Physical Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Theta, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3: M.I.A.A., 1, Z, 3, 4: L Club, 3, 4: Baseball, 3, 4. Ren neboh in Ruesch Runnestrand MONTE PELTON Reedsburg Physical Education, B.S. Phi Kappa Epsilon, 3, 4: L Club, 3, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: TN1.l.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. JUNE PETERSON Sparta Secmidavy Education, B.S. Alpha Phi Pi, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Stu- dent Council, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, Vice Pres. 4: Sec, Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: W.R.A., 1. y--4 a f ELIZABETH PRANGE Sheboygan Pliysicail Education, B.S. Delta Psi Kappa, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4: Alpha Phi Pi, 1, 2: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchesis, 3, 4: VV.R.A., 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER RENNEBOHM La Crosse Secondary Educatiovi, B.S. Alpha Delta Theta, 3, 4, Viee Pres. 3: Sec. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Foot' ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Basket' ball, 1: Track, 2, 3, 4: M.I.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: L Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4. i371 2 F if il if ' 'f' roy lf V 'Q 314. i: aaf.' sH.5 W3 Vi Z V fig , , J 33... A HARTWIG RUESCH Medford Physical Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Theta, 3, 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: M.I.A.A., 1, T., 3, 4: Football, 3, 4: L Club, 3, 4. RUTH RUNNESTRAND Ettriek Secondary Education, B.S. Sigma Lambda Sigma, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4: Sec. Ed. Club, 3, 4: Foreign Relations Club, 3: Glee Club, 3, 4: Racquet Stall, 4. -1 6.34 2 if Y Q .Q I xgsk AUDREY SCHUMACHER Stoughton Physical Education, B.S. Delta Psi Kappa, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4 Phy. Ed. Club, 2, 3, 4: Orchesis, 2, 3, 4, Sec."Treas. 3, W.R.A., 2 3, 4, Treas. 4. SARA JANE SCHMIEDLIN Lodi Physical Education, B.S. Lambda Si ma Chi 2 3 4- Ph ll i , , 1 Y- Ed. Club, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 2: VV.R.A., 2, 3, 4: "Queen Elizabeth" a CAROLE SNYDER Richland Center Elementary, B.S. Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. MARION SPRAGUE Milwaukee Physical Education, B.S. Lambda Sigma Chi, 4, Orchesis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4: Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A., l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council, 2, 3, Annual Staff, 3. i381 Sayer Schaller Schumacher JOHN' SAYER Richmond Hill, N. Y. Physical Education, B.S. Phy. Ed. Club, 1, Z, 3, 4: L Club 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Swim: ming, 4: M.I.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4. Schmiedlin Snyder ROLAND SCHALLER Tomah Physical Education, B.S. M.l.A.A. ,1, 2, 3, 4: Student Coun cil, 3: Pby. Ed. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Beta Sigma Chi, 3, 4. Sprague Sprehn Standkc STANLEY SPREHN Bangor Secondary Education, B.S. Sec. Ed. Club, 1, Z, 3, 4, L Club 2, 3, 41 Kappa Delta Pi, 4: Racquet 1, 2, 3: Annual Stall, 4. FRED STANDKE Markesan Physical Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Theta, 3, 4: M.I.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 3, 4, Phy. Ed Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. s Stu ut Tcwb Thxel HARRIS STUART Wect Allls Plzxsnal Educatlon B S PluKapp1 Epexlon 3 4 Phy Ed u Football 1 7 3 4 All Conference IAA 1 Wale W lterm nn RICHARD TEWS MIIWHLITCCC PllNSlLdl Educatmn B S Pln luppa Eps1lon 3 .1 4 L Club y d 1h 7 4 dent Councxl 3 4 Pep Council 3 AA 4 Gyn T 11 3 4 Swxmmmg Team 3 Annual Stl! 4 Buc Mun 4 Wcbex Wlcdcrhocft Wembcckel GORDON THIEL Waukesha Secondary Educatmn B S Suence Club 1 '7 3 Sec Ed Cl b 1 '7 3 4 Forexgn Relatlons Club ootball 1 A l SHIRLEY JUNE WATERMAN Elroy Secondary Educatum B S Lambda S1gITl21 Chl 3 4 Sec Ed u 3 4 Band 3 4 Ann Stal 4 GEORGE WALE EDWARD WEBER Llberty N Y Plymouth Secondary Educatlon B S Secondary Educatlon B S Beta Slglhil. Chl 3 4 Treas PreG Alpha Delta Theta 3 4 L Club 4 Kappa Delta P1 3 4 Student 3 4 Sclence Club 3 3 4 Sec Ed Councxl 3 4 Science Club 7 3 u 3 3 4 Track Team 1 Play Ed Club 1 7 Sec Ed Club AA 3 A L19 i VJALDEMAR WIEDERHOEFT La Crosse Secondary Educatwn BS L Club '7 3 4 Scxence Club 3 c Ed Cllbl 3 4 Tra Team I 7 3 4 Gym Team 3 4 IRIS WEISBECKER La Crosse Elementary BS L mbda Sgma Chl 1 2 Teas 3 Elem Club 1 Student Council 1 2 3 4 p .1 1 1 V I '. ' , ll . . - ll 1 . I I .. ,il .1 Cl b, 3, 41 L Club,,1,. 2, 5, 41 All , ,-, , , f , " if , 4:M....,,2,3,4. If .7 l F - A ,-'33 5: I' K ll Aff' l 'I rl ,ls 4 4. ., 'A QA. ,Lf E3371,Zf'i'V 4 1 f 3, 45 Pb . E 1 Clf f -f al 1 Snuf I M.I. . ,, 253: 1 ear: . ' ,,-,:.-U, ' ,-,,:' ,Q ,-,,Z I 'J , Clb, ,g ,': ual Se. . L,,2,,q Ck 1gF ,,2gM.I.A..,1,2, f,. ',,-,,1 3, 4. . ' ', , , .3, W ', , : , 'a i ', , ,3, 4, :1 f,-,,a .- rl-1 - ,,2,3,41 ' ,-,-Q Clb,-,,: 1,,2, . . , , -Z . , 3, 4: M.I. . ., l, 2, 3, 4. .., 3, 4g IVI.I.A. ., 1, 2, 3, 4. ' I l l ll 4? ,X .. -J . , i l, ai , , ill I ,I 1'- ..f ,, fly! ,gf fl T y 1 i2':f' . ..-rgiiiisa' at riil 3 LOIS N. XVILLIAMSON Racine Physical Education Sigma Lambda Sigma, 3, 4, Phy. Ed. Club, 1, 2, '53 Student Council, 'lg Band, 1, 2, 3, 4g Drum Major, l, 2, 3, 4: Euterpe, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 11 Racquet Staff, 1, 2, W.R.A., 1, 2, 3, 4g "Elizabeth the Queen", "Outward Bound". MARTHA ANDRE Independence Rural Elem fmtary Countr Life Club, 1: Elementary Y Club, lg Newman Club, 1, Z. Williaiiison Wiley Zingler Andre Bach Allen JANE WILEY VICTOR ZINGLER La Crosse Shawano Elementary, B.S. Physical Educat'o'n. B.S. Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Lamb' L Club, 3, 4: Football, 3, 4: Bas- da Sigma Chig Lambda Sigma ketball, 2, 3, 4: Track, 2, 3: Base' Lambda, 4. ball, 2, 3, 4. GRACE BACH MARY JANE ALLEN Muscodgi La Crosse Primary Elementary Elementary Club, 3. l:40ll Lambda Sigma Chi, 1, 2, 31 Ele rncntary Club, 2, 3: Glce Club, 1 Y.W.C.A., 1. Beaver Bedessem Bill MADONNA BEAVER Ontario Eleniemitary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, Buslcin, lg "As I Love Salt", "The Enemy", "Elizabeth the Queen", "Green Grow thc Lilacs", "The Night of january 16". Buchholz Bruckner MARGARET BEDESSEM La Crosse Elementary Elementary Club, l, 2, 33 Scienee Club, 1. Churchill Delton Eitsert ALMA BILL Arcadia Ruval Elementary Country Life Club, 1, 2, Chi Lamb' da Chi, 1, 2: Newman Club, l, Z. BEULAH BUCHHOLZ Norwalk Rural Elementary Country Life Club, 1, 'lg Chi Lamb' da Chi, 1, 24 Student Council, 2. HELEN BRUCKNER Lynxville Rural Elementary Country Life Club, 2, IAN ET CHURCHILL Westby Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3. l:41l VIDA DELTON Arcadia Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3. CPAL EITSERT Gays Mills Rural Elementary Country Life Club, 3: Chi Lambda Chi, 1, 2. HELEN FOLEY Richland Center Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3: Lambda Sigma Chi, 2, 3g Newman Club, 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY FORSETH La Crosse Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3. MERNA GIBSON Trcmpealeau Rural Elementary Country Life Club, 1, 2. NORMA HANSON Whitehall Rural Elementary Country Life Club, 1, 25 Chi Lamb' da Chi, 1, 2. E421 Engen Follendorl Foley ARLEINE S. ENGEN Caledonia, Minn. Rural Elementary Country Life Club, 2. Forseth Gibson GORDAN FOLLEN DORF Sparta Rural Elementary Country Life Club, 2. Hanson Hanson Holmlund ESTHER HANSON Onalaska Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3: Sigma Lambda Sigma, 3: Chi Lambda Chi, 1, 2, Pres. Z1 Glee Club, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 2, 3g Euterpe, 2, 3. VIRGINIA HOLMLUND Bangor Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3: Glee Club, 1, 2, 34 Euterpe, 1, 2, 3: "Green Grow the Lilacs". HOVlI1d once Kennedy MARY IANE HOVIND L1 Crofsc Elememarx Eemcntary Club 1 'S c Club 1 M1rc,utt Marklng ELEANOR JONES Blngol Rn-ral Elementary Ollllffy Llfz, Club 1 7 Clll Lamb 1Cll 1 'V VICC Prce " Bind " WRA MLC 111 n Mlll15 Nelson PHYLIS KENNEDY La Ezlrge Owen MARGARET MARKING Rural Elementary ,ountry Llfe Club, 1, '7 Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3, Sec 7, Clll Lambda Chl, Vlce Pres 1 Slgma Lambda Slgma, W, Euterpe, 1, 7, 3, Glec: Club, 1, 2, 3, Plea 3 Orclleslb, 1, WRA, 7, 3 ELAINE MARCOTT FRANCES MCCANN HdWklHS Wllton Elementary Rural lcmentary Club, 2, 71 Lambda Country Llfe Club, 7 lgma Chl, 3, WRA,l 1431 'WH .r F , V . .. . - I :-- , 1 ' h ' . 1 ' l . " A ,.- , f 5 , r Q fl , 4' N I v , .. R cv Q' . , , ' :T 'l u x ' , . r - . I , . . 4444 W X U 4, 1 l L . , ,. 2 1 A :ll , 4 4 fr gal. -- fffigffln' . - . ' f: a'?E1Ell'i:' . ' M- f 1 lf, ,l 4112 -. - lv- 1 W M ' A - .L ,. . W 5 1 l ' mflvl'l" . ll lgjl V, , .. l A. U l '.' ., . ' ' . a VIOLET MILLIS Black Rlver Falls Elevnentarv Elementary Club, 1, '7, "1 Slgma Lambda Slgma, 3, Clll Lambda Chl, 1, '7 JEAN NELSON La Farge Rural Country Llfe Club, 1, 7 Ofstcdahl Richter Storzmdt AGNES OFSTEDAHL Holmcn Elem entfwy Sigma Lambda Sigma, 1, 2, 3: E mentary Club, 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3, G Club, 1, 2, 3. LUCILLE STORANDT West Salem Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2, 3. MYRLE STENERSCN Ontario Rural Country Life Club, 1, 2. ll Stenerson Steinmetz GRACE RICHTER La Crosse I Rural Country Life, 1, 2: Racquet, Band, 1, Thurston Vergeront Dolan FRANCES STEINMETZ BARBARA VERGERGNT La Farge Viroqua Elementary Elementary Elementary Club, 1, 2. Alpha Phi Pi, 1, 2, 3: Element' Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3: Bai 1, 2, 3g "Green Grow the Lilac DORIS THURSTON GENEVIEVE DOLAN Blair La Farge Elementary Primary Chi Lambda Chi, 1: Elementary Elementary Club, 1, Z, 5 Club, 2, 3: Annual Staff, 3, W.R.A,, 3. I4-Pl THE JUNIORS And next year you will be seniors . . . that's the year when you are supposed to show what you have learned during the past three. It's the year when you are on the spot . . . you will want a recommendation for a teaching position . . . but have you earned it? Have you spent so much time studying that you have for' gotten how to think? That is the greatest criticism of schools of this nature. And take some little time off to do some individual and analytical thinking this summer, If you do this, you will have no worries about getting a position . . . there is always room for intellectually honest teachers. Tl-IE SOPI-IOMORES Perhaps you have read the little note to the juniors . . . you too may profit. Remember that you do not teach from notebooks . . . a little intellectual rebellion from some of those old ideas will do you some good. And then you have two years to go . . . get around downtown and meet as many people as you can. Do a little public relation. work for the school. If you do that, there will be none of this trouble concerning tenure in the schools . . . Establish the school as a vital element in the community . . . and then teaching will become a lifeftime career. THE FRESI-IMEN You are lucky . . . you will be here at La Crosse during an era of progressive change. The school will become more selective. Some of you will be forced to drop out due to lack of finances and also due to lack of thinking ability . . . La Crosse is going ahead. You will have one of the best presidents in the history of the school. To graduate from this college will mean something. And thus you can see the job cut out for you. It won't be easy for you as it has been for some others. Therefore, you are admonished to do a little hard work . . . read a bit and think a lot. Remember that only twentyflivc percent of those now enrolled in your class will graduate . . . be sure that you will be amongst those who have that privilege. lf+5l CD HRQAllNl5lflZAWll!V lNlS Almost imperceptihly, but definite' ly, are interwoven the organizf ations of the college and of La Crosse. We may not find concrete evidence of this relationship on Hrst thought, but if we reflect a moment, we find that this is true. Members of the student body have r engage in campus politics, forensics m nity enterprises, and other activities of a preparation in college years makes fo ing and participation in civic and busi postfgraduate days. STUDENT COUNC L Merrill Convis President Gerald Moriarity VicefP1'esident Mary Dillon f f Secretary Glenn Thomas 'l'1'easm'e1' Row A: J. Menhardt, Bowe, M. Dillon, M. Convis, Moriarity, Peterson, B. Buchholz. Row B: G. Thomas, P. Brody, I. Wcisbecker, F. Gallagher, G. Mackey, E. Hanson, S. Brink, E. Krueck. Row C: J. Koetting, L. Willianison, K. Lake, L. Humphrey, D. Tews, A. Schrader, Ruggles. P. Hassett. The Student Council is made up of representatives from the various College organizations. All groups recognized by the college have a voice in the activities of the Council. The purpose of the Council is to make the College a better place to obtain an education and to propose suggestions on pertinent College problems. The Student Council manages the Homecoming festivities and are establishing a George M. Snodgrass Memorial Fund. l-Nil BETA SIGMA CHI Ceorge Wwle Prul Hrssett Artnoll Wegner Lester Eredrxekson Thomas Kelly Avr1l Ferns jaek Pederson Ernest Mueekle1 Clesson Cook ames L111'1I1 D1 Emerson Vxfullrnff Presrdent Vzce Presrdent Treasurer Secretary Recordmg Secretary Cor? espondmg Secretarv Sergeant at Arms Outszde Guard Clmplam Student Courzcrl Representatwe Faculty Admser Row A T Kelly L Frcdnclxson Dr E Wrxllxng G Wrle A Wegner Pederson Row B D Levcren L Hope L Howarth A Farrrs D Kexnske I Brown E Mueckler Row C R Sehaller I uxnn J Koettmg H Kelley C Cook M Hwnna 49 For several years Beta Sigma Ch1 fraternlty has been an estalwhshed mfluence 111 the college r1et1v1t1es fO1 men Events of the year rclded to the soc1al hfe of the College. by thrs org lI'11Zc1t1OI1 are the Annual Homeconunv Breakhst: at Hotel Lmker the Sprmg PICIHL, and the Annurl Sprlnv Dmner Drnee In sponsorrng th1s prwate dance Betz Slgllll Ch1 has expressed 1tS 1nd1v1dual1ty 111 devmtrng from the eustom mry formrl dance "r Dr WUll111g, the faeulty advrser, gu1des th1s fellowslup g1OUp 111 1tS endeavors to xmplove the soual welfare of the LOllQQC U11 -Y . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A K , . . vi C ,,,,,,,,,, , N - ,,,.,,,,, , , D ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V , ,,,,,,,,,,, J Q . . . I . ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . ,B , l . - r . ' 'lrfi .V " l 'J 'E:J Y , , .1 -1 b N I A : . , . " , . . , . 2 , . ,J. ' . : . - Z, . , . , . , . , . , . . : . ' , .Q , . , . ', . , . C . - P I , 1 . . . . . Z , . Q ' , .ve ' ' ' . . .I ' ' 7 f . 1 Q- . - . . - . , LE . . b C , 9 I 1 . G I c ' . -, 2 z ' Q f . I V, . r 1 . ALPI-IA PHI PI June Peterson f f f President f - Virginia Freisinger Virginia Freisinger f f f Vice-President f - Kathryn Buresh Jean Nettesheim - f Secretary f f Mildred Luebke Harriet Forsythe f f f 'Treasurer f f Arvilla Schroeder Irene Wolf f f f Program Clzairman f f Clarice Fillner Margaret Schmidley - f Social Chairman f f Maxine Packman Suzanne Brink f f I Student Council Rep. f Dorothy Kemske - f Sponsor f f f f Agnes Breene Row A: M. Elscad, V. Freisinger, Larson, K. Buresh, S. Brink, C. Fillner, C. Steuer, M. Eide, I. Nettesheim, B. Vergeront. Row B: V. Wyss, E. Barton, M. Packman, Agnes Breene, M. Morris, L. Jacobson, H. Forsythe, A. Schroeder, D. Flansburg. Row C: M. Luebke, B. Laursen, H. Linse, I. Vkfolf, M. O'Brien, P. Oliver, M. Schmidley, 1. Peterson, H. Buelke, M. Mathison. ook, Alpha Phi Pi Literary Society extends a widening influence in the cultural O -t living of college women. Members are selected on the basis of scholarship, person' ality, and individual abilities. Catering to the expression of individuality, the sorority reveals its originality in its Tea Dance, Rush Tea, a Homecoming luncheon, spring formal, Christmas carolling, and spring picnic. In the meetings, consideration is also given to the study of art, literature, music, movies, current affairs, book reviews and special speakers. i52l LAMBDA SIGMA CHI Kathleen Lake Virginia Neitzel Elaine Ballsrucl Elaine Marcott VicefPreside'nt Elinore Homsteacl Ingrid Ann Carlson Betty Lutiger Shirley June Vxfaterman TTCllS'llTCT Janet Bowe Janet Bowe Student Council Virginia Mahlke Mildred Smale Social Lola Bautwell Glenna Cross Pro gm rn. Rena Angell l -.C J President Secretary Chairman Chairmzm Sponsor Row A: I. Polley, E. Dawes, M, Hughes, B. McCauley. Row B: I. Bowe, V. Mahlke, E. Ballsrud, K. Lake, E. Homstacl, B. Lutiger, V. Neitzel Row C: I. Weisbecker, E. Marcott, H. Foley, M. De Sautelle, G. Cross, S. Waterman. Row D: W. Waterstreet, I. Wiley, F. Convis, S. Schmiedlin, M. Smale, P. Mahoney Row E: E. Hagen, G. jones, M. Hoff, M. Allen, M. Mertes, L. Boutwell. Lambda Sigma Chi, the Fine Arts Sorority, through its meetings, and social activities aims to promote the growth of loyalty, friendship, leadership, and culture among the women of the college. Through such activities as the Homecoming Dinner, the Christmas party, the Semi-Formal dance, the Faculty Tea, and informal teas within the sorority, the group encourages corcliality in social associations. l55l KAPPA DELTA PI William Keppel f Prggidgm: Kathleen Lake f Vice'P1'esident Mary Alice Green f 1 f Sec,-gtayy George Wale ' Histo'ria11fRecorder Dr. Virgil Jackson f f Treasure, Mr. E. L. Walters Counsellor Row A: S. Sprehn, G. Wale, K. Lake, Mr. E. L. Vwfalters, M. Green, W. Keppel, M. Convis. Row B: B. Taarvig, A. Arnold, T. Helgeson, E. Prange, Larson, C. Fillner, K. Welclw. Row C: P. Hassett, Menhardt, H. Teckam, E. Abel, H. Buelke, M. Schmidley, A. Gossfeld. The encouragement of high intellectual and scholastic standards is the purpose of Kappa Delta Pi, a National Honorary Society in Education. In the promotion of this objective the society invites as members, persons who display worthy edu' cational ideals, desirable personal qualities and outstanding scholarship. The meeting of Beta Tau Chapter include talks, studies, and discussion of educational problems. Members and faculty of the college enjoy the banquet for sm K. if Xl! 3 X af 'fa A' gs: gxkif new members, the Annual Founders Day Banquet, and the annual picnic. i561 S GMA LAMBDA SIGMA julie Menharclt f f President f f Fern Baertsch Ruth Runnestrand f f VicefPresident f f f Beverly Taarvig Helen Teckam f f Secretary - Thelma Cooper Gladys Greiling f f Treasurer f f Lois Williamson Katherine Troger f f SergeantfatfArms f f Joyce Robinson Katherine Welch f f Historian f - Katherine Welch Julie Menhardt 1 f f Student Council ' f Julie Menhardt Agnes Ofstedahl 1 f Chapter Clerk - - Agnes Ofsteclahl Gabriella Brendemuehl f f Sponsor f QEBIW 5 W. O 40 QQ! Row A: E. Abel, R. Runnestrand, H. Teckam, Gabriella C. Brendemuhl, Menharclt, G. Greiling, K. Welch, B. Taarvig, L. Williamson. Row B: P. Bull, M. Lien, Robinson, F. Baertsch, V. Millis, A. Hanson, Axtell, E. Hanson, M. Marking, K. Gorman. Row C: T. Cooper, B. Wenzel, T. Helgeson, A. Ofstedahl, A. Arnold, P. Fischer, I. Ruggles, M. Waters, G. Richter. Sigma Lambda Sigma, popularly known as the Sapphonian Literary Society, offers a broad cultural program emphasizing literary interests and parliamentary practice. Variety in interests is expressed in the programs and the social activities of the sorority. A Sapphonian Faculty Anniversary Dinner, a Christmas party, and an all' college tea, studentfdirected plays, membership teas, and a chapter luncheon color the groups society. i531 DELTA PSI KAPPA Row Row Row Row Row A: H. Bull, M. Mohns. B: A. Schumacher, H. Forsythe, A, Butler, L. Kenzie. C: K. Welch, I. Menhardt, J. Ruggles, R. Jaeger. D: F. Prybylowski, A. Schroeder, M. Green, E. Prange. E: M. Hoff, M. Schmidley, H. Buelke, A. Arnold, E. Abel. 3 Mary Alice Green President Audrey Schumacher VicefPresiclent Betty Prange Secretary Marion Hoff Treasurer Elizabeth Ahel Cowes. Secfy julia Menhardt Foil Reporter Florence Pryhylowski Se1'geantfatfArms janet Ruggles Student Council Arleen Arnold Chaplain As the National Physical Educational sorority of the college, Delta Psi Kappa promote educational growth in the field of physical education. engages in activities both professional and social, Delta Psi Kappa endeavors to f X This group contributes in various ways to the social calendar of the year sponsor' - ing a tea, a Homecoming Alumni Dinner, an informal dance, Gingham Dance, and a picnic. l54l FORENSICS Row A: I. Wolf, T. Helgef son, A. Brulua, F. Burbeau. Row B: P. Brody, L. Kruegf er. G. Thomas, E. Dcuf trich. Row C: Dr. Glo v e r, L. Paulson. A large number of debaters, a commendable amount of enthusiasm, the intro' duction of panel discussion, and the question, "Resolved: That the United States should follow a policy of strict economic and military isolation toward all nations outside the western hemisphere engaged in armed international or civil conflict", marked this debate season. Many debates were given before audiences in La Crosse and surrounding com' munities. Tournaments at Eau Claire, Madisoii and Milwaukee, and panel dis' cussions at Lawrence College and Oshkosh have given all members opportunity to learn debate technique and to display his linguistic talents. l57l ANNUAL STAFF Row A: V. Neitzel, D. Robarge, F. Baertsch, L. Garbisch. Row B: V. Freisinger, M. Schmidly, V. Heiberg, A. Robinson, M. Morris, F. Gallagher. Row C: D. Stulken, T. Hel- geson, I. Wolf, B. Skemp, M. Dugan. Row D: L. Humphrey, A. Farris, W. McPeek, S. Sprehn, R. Tews, Nicol. Row E: E. Marcou, R. Cull- mann, l. Naus, G. Mori' arity, L. Krueger, C. Begun. Participation of the entire staff in the production of the 1940 yearbook, rather than centering the work upon a few individuals was the chief change in policy of this year's editors. Peg Oliver, Monnie Morris, Virginia Heiberg, Mildred Blager, Ruth johnson, and Jason Nicol put in long hours cataloguing the organizations, while Virginia Freisinger and Fay Gallagher had just as tedious a job with the senior section. Kay Lake, Shirley Waterman, and Stan Sprehn exhibited much patience in collecting the material for the faculty. Athletics were handled by Jerry Moriarity, and art Work and features by Dorothy Robarge and Bill McPeek. Charley Begun, Jason Nicol, Dick Tews, and Lyman Humphrey often made hurried trips to capture much-wanted photographs. The W.R.A. and M.l.A.A. sections were planned by Maudie Pfeifer and Ed Marcou. Lucille Jacobson, typist, and Jean Larson, associate editor, attended the Saturday afternoon sessions regularly, doing much of the general work which accompanies such a project. i53l RACQUET STAFF Row A: P. Brody, D. Stulken, G. Moriarity, I. Naus, P. Hassett, Larson, D. Hyland, M. Convis. Row B: G. Handtkc, Boxvc, D. Kcmskc, F. Barbeau, M. Morris, V. Frcisingzr, F. Gallagher, K. johnson, A. Hanson, A. Robinson, L. Humphrey. Row C: D. Kemslce, W. Rudolph, Lamb, Wright. A. Farris, G. Mackey, R. Cullman, I Nicol, M. Blager, V. Heiberg. Change was the predominant note in the activities of the Racquet. A Board of Control was installed to formulate editorial and Hnancial policy, to select and discharge the editor and staff. Notable changes in the composition of the paper were the abolition of the editorial page, and the introduction of a feature news style. Paul Hassett acted as EditorfinfChief, and he was assisted by a large and competent staff of interested students. Several of the more popular features were Double Trouble, Campus Comment, Maybe I'm Wrong, But-, Professor Foggebraine, and the versatile comments of that reporterfatflarge, Don Stulken. l59l Daniel Kalus f President Richard Carr ' f VicefPresident Geraldine Taubert f Secretary-Treasrwer Bernice Jones f f Custodian Barbara Vergeront Social Chairman Row A: B. LeMay, A. Robinson, G. Mott, P. Schwartz. Row B: L. Williamson, H. Olson. I. Cannon, E. Jahn, B. Jones, I. Slaver, M. Moore, D. Meyer, B. Vergeront, F. Stageman, R. Carr. Row C: R. Butterheld, V. Major, M. Sayner, G. Haddock, B. Samp, D. Robey, H. Jothen, D. Clark, F. Barribeau, T. Annctt. Row D: R. Gerletti, M. Hoff, H. Ulleberg, Curtis, B, Lawsha, A. Baldon, A. Kiechler. Row E: D. Niemeyer, Cole, W. Holak, A. Haugh, A. Adams, B. Richards, R. Weisbecker, S. Waterman, P. Finangcr. The La Crosse Teachers College Band directed by Dr. Annett lends a spirited air to the many basketball and football games, pep meetings, and Homecoming activities. A Spring Concert trip, journeys with the sport teams, and an annual Spring Concert are a few of the infinite number of affairs to which the band lends a stirring atmosphere. T601 BAND ORCHESTRA Ted Beutler f f President I Lillian Seemuth f VicefPresiderzt Phyllis Fischer f Secretaryffreasurer Dorothea Flansburg Social Chairman Georgia Mott - f Librarian john Cole f Sergeantfat'Arms Center to Left: G. Mott, C. Quarbey, R. Pendleton, T. Beutler, H. Daley, D. Flansburg, J. Rynning, H. Asp, B. Sweet, D. Ruud, D. Van Loon. Center to Right: Dr. Thomas Annett, G. Kroner, R. Becker, G. Kroner, S. Waterman, B. Richards, M. Moore, P. Stry, I, Cole, J. Schubert . Dr. Annett and the La Crosse State Teachers' College Orchestra lend much vivacity and harmony to the various school and outside affairs that go on during the year. Assemblies, baccalaureate, and commencement ceremonies, concerts, and club doings are but a few of those activities which depend upon the Orchestra for musical entertainment. i61l MEN'S GLEE CLUB Row A: P. Finley, D. Hyland, H. Facius, W. Strillmater, D. Mayo. Row B: G. Gottschalic, K. Furber, A. Farris, D. Flansburg, W. MacPeek, P. Nordhus, V. Major. Row C: F. Barribeziu, D. Niemeyer, R. Spears, O. Schlaak, T. Torgerson, G. Thomas, M. Benrud. Row D: H. jothen, L. Hoilnian, L. House, S. Johnson, A. Gossfeld, W. Zemlick, I. Nicol. Row E: P. Schwartz, H. Olson, W. McDonald, D. Huggett, J. Zernccke, J. Barth, F. Howland, P. Finanger. The Men's Glee Club, under the direction of Dr. Thomas Annett, participates in many college activities. In collaboration with the W0men's Glee Club, the group devotes a portion of the year to mixed chorus singing. The club's most out' standing performance is the production of Handel's uMessiah" during the Christmas season in conjunction with the WOUICIIHS Glee Club and city church choirs. The latter part of the year is spent in preparation for the Spring Concert given by all the college musical organizations. l62l Fred Barribeau John Barth Dave Mayo Presiclewit VicefPresident S6CT6fllTlV'cT7'CLlS1LTCT William Moore Social ClldiT7l1CL71 james Fitzpatrick Librcwiaor Dave Hyland Sergeantfat-Arms WOMENS GLEE CLUB Margaret Marking ' Esther Hanson VicefP'reside'nt Marian Bohrnstedt Treasm'erfSec'retary Ruth Runnestrancl Dorothea Flansburg Social Clwirman planet Bowe Publicity Chairman Hazel Runduhl SergeantfatfArms Thomas Annett I President Libiuricm Director Row A: C. Frccse, H. Weelrs, M. Wostal, E. Wiederlmoeft, T. Cooper, A. Hanson. Row B: E. Hanson, M. Bohrnstedt, lvl. Norman, E. Homstad, E. Mlsna, M. Fremlin, E. Zietlow. Row C: D. Flansburg, R. Runnestrand, G. Storzer, B. Dockenclorlf, A. Sandwiclc, G. Forde, Dr. Thomas Annctt. Row D: C. Snyder, L. Kenzie, D. Jensen, j. Menharclt, R. johnson, B. Herold, H. Rundahl. Row E: V. Wyss, A. Ofstedzihl, M. Marking, B. Schlegel, L. Harrison, H. Teckam, V. Holmlund. The WOH1Cl1,S Glee Club, a group of forty college women, contribute to the cultural living of the college through singing and studying. An outstanding conf trihution is the presentation of Handel's Messiah in conjunction with the Men's Glee Club and the church choirs of the city. To culminate their pleasureable activities, the group presents a Spring Concert for the college and city organizations. l63l EUTERPE Row A-J. Tofson, H. Weelis, A. Robinson, Miss Place, G. Taubert, A. Hanson, V. Holmlund. Row B-M. Proksch, V. Wyss, E. Stowell, M. Bohrnsterlt, E. Hanson, M. Marking. Row C-E. Wiederlioeft, L. Willialiison, D. Flansburg, G. Foxwell, S. Brink, L. Kenzie. The Euterpe Singers, a selected group of women's voices, has completed the fourth year of college organization. The group of seventeen members under the direction of Olive B. Place presents musical numbers at various social functions throughout the city, before high school assemblies, and at college teas. The Singers also participate in the Spring Concert and furnish special music for Iiaccalaureate services i641 ORCI-IESIS Arleen Arnold MRFITI1 Sprague Sec? ctav v T1 easm C7 Margaret Schmxdley Costume Mzsta ess ine Molleneop P1 eszdent Sponsow Row A M Edwards A Arnold J Mollencop M Sprague D WlHCtZk1 Row B E Padcslxy I Rugglcs I Menluirdt E Prange The La Crosse Chapter of Orches1s the I1Elf1011'l.l honorary 111 modern dance was estabhshed 111 1932 The OIQELHIZHTZIOH promotes an lnterest m dance and f1'1d1Illf3.1DS a seholasuc standard for '1ll the members The dance group presents bl annual provrams and a Sprmg rec1tal An out standmg performance of the year 15 the productxon of The Juggler of Notre Dame dunng the Chrrstmas season Wlfh the assrstance of Jumor Orches1s members fes I . - lf r ' Row C: C. Hurd, D. Robarge, M. Green, A. Schumacher. ,I U . . . f l SCIENCE CLUB Ruth Jaeger ' President f f Avril Farris Paul Witzke ' f VfC6'PTCSid8Hf f f Luther Paulson Cleo -Hurd f Secretary - - f john Berg Mae Hilliard f - Treasurer f f Mae Hilliard Marian Nowak f f Program Chairman - f Leota Kenzie Glenn Thomas f - Student Council f f Glenn Thomas Row A: G. Thomas, M. Hilliard, R. Jaeger, O. E. Frazee, C. Hurd, M. Nowak, M. Benrud. Row B: L. Kenzie, B. McCauley, J. Bach, A. Farris, M. Gunderson, D. Jensen, H. Facius. - Row C: P. Sule, Berg, L, Paulson, R. Cullman, E. Weber, B. Callaway, M. Melby. The Science Club is an organization of students, under the direction of Mr. Frazee, who are interested in science, either biological or physical. At its monthly meetings the members discuss two or three subjects which are of current scientific interest. The club has as its objective the study of science and scientific inventions. Topics are presented by an outside speaker or some member of the group. Each year the club holds a picnic as its one social event of the year. E663 NEWMAN CLUB I Gerald Moriarity ' P1'CSid5'flf james Zernecke Vice-President Fay K. Gallagher f 'Deasurei' John Lamb f f Secretary Robert Strzelczyck f f Student Council Cleo Hurd, Monica Morris Refreshment Committee Rev. Hugo Koehler ffffffff Club Moderator Row A: B. Slcemp, I. Zernecke, F. Gallagher, J. Lamb, J. Moriarity, J. Hackett, M. Hickey, P. Forchia, L. Mertens. Row B: Father Koehler, R. Strzelczyclfz, M. Addis, R. Woychik, B. Sweet, B. McCauley, B. Dockendorff, K. Gorman, M. Dugan, R. Sweet, Miss Greene. Row C: W. Wanderstreet, M. Ziegweid, M. Morris, C. Hurd, J. Galstad, A. Butler, C. Sherette, M. Gautsch, M. Dulfy. In its first year as a recognized college organization, the Newman Club, Catholic student group, went through a highly successful period. The purposes of the organization are identical with the activities: religious, educational, and social. The Snow Ball, annual semifformal dance, was rated as one of the iinest events of the winter social season. Other activities during the year ranged from Communion breakfasts, lectures, and discussionfluncheon meetings to parties, picnics, a Lenten play, and card parties. i67l SPECIAL . 95 L . - HAP' nnfx' 1 rn., J ..,. . .v ag 'x lk V. Anderson E. Brennan W. Cummings I. M. Duffy H. Facius M. J. Forbes L. Garbers M, Addis H. Bach J. Byrne J. Curtis G. Dugan P. Finley J. B. Funke D. Gardener is if . V. Ahrendt F. Andersen M. Anderson M. E. Bernatz J. Bartelt J. Bondurer R. Carey R. R. Carey S. Carlson D. Cycmanick P. M. Cassidy V. Clark M. Dugan Dwyer J, Davenport E. Fish I. Fitzpatrick I. Flug M. Funke P. Finanger H. Fregin M. Garin R. Gerletti E. Giroux i63l P. Anderson D. Brenner J. Colman L. Disse R. Faas R. Flyn K. Furber V. Gordon SPECIAL 1 94 3 ui I . ,544 . , .Qrilfff ' .r 'wr' - .- . K-f: Q-. 'Hr if.'f7"" P Q: 1 1,511 a . M R ' , ' Difigf FW- ff-' ' : X' , 'i..1 , T331 'X -.,, V 1 Ex -Q-if-3 i . -.. H, . MN 3i'f"Y .. 3 . 2. '.f.?q1 .Q RQ- 62.4 , .R-rw lvfrww--:Y -1vr1-----,1l- X. ,.. . f L ii ,.,. My Iiavglixgx ,.,! A A 'Q :L 1 f' i . D if V ' Er V - K, ' Q fifi. G. Gottschalk C. Graf S. Hahn M. Hass E. Heider I. Hogue M. S. Hickey Howe D. Johnson R. Keppel A. M. Kiechler P. Kukolsky S. johnson H. T. Jones R. Lindow E. Lindley H. Lund M. McMillan N. Moh C. Papenfuss R. Rossiter W. Rudolph D. Rudrud M .. :IQ M w , . lv, 'Rfk by '- Q " R 'L 1 . 'V IW 1 . '7 5 1 . 'Vi :S - ' . I1 A F .. ' T , ,ws -R 45' -52553 . 4 ee.,-L. A 1 .. 'IL Xe f ' X er ' -41:1 .Hg . . fbi. gf. S. Gray C. Helke N. Hudovernik M. Knudtson B. Lahm M. M. Main W. Patros D. Ruud E691 J. Hackett G. Haddock L. Heslys E. Hoch F. Iafek T. Jefferson C. Kroll R. Koch L. Layrynk R. Lee E. Marcus B. McDonald R. J. Pieterick B. Richards F. Ruud Rynning B SPECIAL i 1942 . W ...Q AF' ws' H r . ' 'lwfp '-iii! ' rv L gi A A ? QL, 1.1 l z? v 1 ' V. Y A 'Ss S-fi 5 51 3 'X .ag ,L s- E. L. Dyer D. Gierre B. Hansen L. Iewett M. Larson J. Newman H. Schultz L. Chenoweth W. Erickson L. Gobis G. J. Hantlce G. R. Johnson j. Lyons M. Olson K. Schultz C. Coburn I. Finley J. Gropp V. Heiberg R. H. Johnson N. Mahoney C. Quarberg O. Sclmlaak ll I. Cole R. Forsetlu I. Grutzsch V. Hock R. Kletecka B. McCauley E. Padesky C. Stangl R. Combellick B. Freise L. Gardiner I. Holicky L. Krueger R. McDonald G. Peterson R. Strouts W. Coon M. Gautsch R. Guentner D. Hyland G'. Kroner B. Muenster M. Sayner A. Roberts SPECIAL I. Robinson W. Rose I. Rossiter D. G. Waterman I. Wright D. Yolton N. Zarske J. Zernecke P. Brody M. L. Edwards S. Green T. Flanagen M. Hanley A. L. Hickey K. Johnson M. Lamb Lowe T. McGovern B. Moore I. Moriarity N. Naus G. Olson W. Rood L. Severson F. Steensen R. Stortz B. Sweet R. Weisbecker l72l R. F. Whitting M. Andresen I. Hartley R. Meineke B. Schwirtz E. Wiederhoeft President f ViC6'PTCSid61lf Secretary - Treasurer f Student Council OFFICERS SPECIALS CLUB Robert Faas james Zernecke Joyce Robinson Richard Whiting William Muenster With the added incentive of a large enrollment, the students in the Liberal Arts Department established the Specials Club, the first permanent organization for Special students in the college. Mr. Laux, the department head, and interested students were influential forces in the Club's estabf lishment. A Constitution was adopted, and provisions were made for regular professional and so' cial activities. The Club strives to promote the social and academic interests and an effort will also be made to recognize scholastic achievement among the club members. Since the club is comparatively new, the year's activities have necessarily been limited. There have been several popular social affairs during the year, however, and extensive plans are being made for more numerous and varied activities in the club activities for the following years, i73l PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1943 ilu- ', A5153 'U' 'Y' 'xr' 1' -f. wr:-ar iffk 1 J. Cherek C. Friese F. Guenther R. Hanson E. johnson G. Lindloff E. Meyer A. Adams B. Cork P. Gaertner R. Guenther T. Held D. Kemske R. Link 1, Meyer Q-r M. Barra H. Dezwartc B. Gimble M. Gunderson L. Hoffman D. Kennedy W. Loushine: L. Mielke lf? a! I... ' 1 fy ri .2 , .., tr. li ' ' 'ij rx -S. -Pl B. Bellman V. Des jarlais W. Gramenz D. Haight R. Hoffman I. Kenney L. Marek L. Musolf Q-G bk :rag X " . q s .sire L . 1 Y .5 A ca .uf A. Bone P. Forciea G. Gran R. Halford E. Hughes K. Knutson L. Merkel K. Nelson H, Brinkman F. Fox I. Gray H. Hansen C. johnson A. Kunz L. Martens M. Norman l1943 'aw-1' PHYSICAL EDUCATION .,.-J J 'SZWQJCQ ...Ag 1942 14' C. Rach E. Starks M. Walslm J. WLlnderlick M. Benrud I. Cannon R. Haehmeister AI. Oesau D. Remmcl A. Stephan C. Webster AI. Zehner S. Brink C. Carey I. Hagen C. Oren H. Rilling J. Stitzer A. Weriuer L. Zirbcl H. Brokaw A. Coward P. Haney E751 C. Overlien J. Schluter G. Storzer R. Wlmceler E. Ziske I. Brown J. Cummings M. Hanna M. Paeth F. Schroeder D. Sword H. Wlmitney P. Bull B. Ebert M. Hilliard G. Robehl H. Seppanen L. Vick A. Wilhelm I. Belden A. Butler T. Felton F. Howland 1942 PHYSICAL EDUCATION .X , -sv we-ia M. Kissling A. Lenz B. Marshall M. Melby L. Smith B. Strzelczyk A. Wieczorek M. Hughes L. Klugow D. Lincner F. Martineau J. Mueller L. Seemuth l. Swain D. Winnetzki D. Jensen O. Knoll B. Logemann M. Mertes A. O'Brien D. Steiner P. Tannuzzo N. Wulk U61 -J' 1941 L. Kenney D. Larrabee F. Lupie R. Milbrath E. Pieper C. Steuer B. Walter S-. L. Kenzie I. Kersey D. Lass P. Lemmel S. MacNiven Manke M. Mohns D. Montgomery B. Rigotti D. Robarge I. Storch E. Stowell W. Wanderstreet T. Wheelock H. Asp H. Buelke 1941 4' 131. ' ' 52,1 FFT' ' . .FE .. V . Uni ef' 'PQ i 5 X ,. . Y '14 W .. FQ. ff l. ' H- -- M . 9 U ALS 'fi' P J J Lg' 1 1 ' 3:3 - ' PHYSICAL EDUCATION RP' 1-1 S, ,-.f' I 4. -l.'fv W 4, cz. .f' 'ir mid is ' 3 Z ':'o+, ,gg. 3 , E fffff Wu M' 5 VW iWvWff' X .Q -.ev ,rL?v.5'f H - - ' L... Lf - QQ 4 8 'ew ... QP az:-I ,i., L... 'hm H. Forsythe D. johnson G. Mott S. Olsen L. Schauer A. Wegner E. Barton K. Buresh A. Ganser G. Laetsch E. Mueckler M. Packman M. Schmidley K. Welsh J. Bruins L. Butenlxoff C. Cook E. Ganske G. Greiling M. Luebke M. Mathison C. Nader I. Nettesheim J. Pederson M. Pfeifer A. Schrader M. Wright B. Shelley C. Hurd E. Hagen E771 G. Cross C. Grinsel R. Miller M. Nowak F. Prybylowski H. Ulleberg M. Anderson M. Hoff M. Dillon G. Hanna M. Moore M. O'Brien J. Ruggles M. Waters G. Bahr L. Hunt PHYSICAL EDUCATION L. Jacobson D. Kalus T. Kelley E. Krueck D. LeMay D, Meyer V. Neitzel R. Nevins M. Pelton E. Prange I. Sayer R. Shaller S. Schmiedlin A. Schumacher M. Sprague H. Stuart D. Tews K. Ulichney L. Williamson B. Wilsey I. Menhardt H. Ruesch F. Standke V. Zingler OFFICERS President f f f f Monte Pelton VicefP1'eside'nt f jack Pederson Secretary f Kathryn Welch Treasurer f f Charlotte Carey Student Council - f Margaret Schmidley Advisor f f f Mr. W. J. Wittich The Physical Education Club, composed of physical education majors and minors climaxed a successful year's activities after a reorganization of the club in the fall. The club sponsors educa tional and social programs. Outside speakers address the group at the meetings and at the annual banquet held in the spring. The club participates in Homecoming, sponsors two mixers, one in conjunction with Delta Psi Kappa, and promotes hosteling as a coeducational activity. E731 1943 ' 4' -nl wa, ',.1l:Iri.' W' " N MTI.-. I' f- V . 3 1 'A' 'L .M .mi ,-15:':l: :.I.., i 4- . f-"'.,. .'Zgl:lS2Z::2f-, ll e::5:a.-.1-4.13 -5:13.-j.g4.3:53.:.5 1assll':'r2ga'gg.ggg2:Q:K:..aafax. - .. . WM ..,, .. .I ,gm .J J K ' "'.7' "H . W 1 K IX l -J f - 1,-.N-. .wx 'Z .'!1 SECONDARY EDUCATION IU5 i .4 K. Beron V. J. Carlberg G. Foxwell G. Jacobson 1. Madson I. Pappas M. Spangenberg A. Abelt B. Bjergum I. Caswell L. Garbisch H. jothen V. Major R. Pendeton M. Spears E. Anderson H. Blomquist L. Dykman T. MCGlynn W. Kehrberg D. Mortimer A. Peterson C. Stephenson 'Sf L. Andre V. Bangsberg A. Bolclon M. Borrebek T. Enger M. Erickson J. Gosnell H. Grabow J. Krause E. Larson L. Nelson O. Oiner E. Reuter S. Schoenmann B. Talledge A. Thomasgard U91 D. Bernett B. Brunner T. Fillner D. Huggett B. Leland O. Orr J. Slaverr R. Thompson -,, '3 SECCNDARY EDUCATION ,-F -f,,- W L.-. A... i 2- -f - +-v--1' .eff-1 V -. ,V ing.. V-sr 4 I . . ....f 5"-.iw V I -V . :T ' A A - Iii. V.-. V, . - IVV... - I 2. 'mi rf N E . ' . 'X -V ' ' .. 11: V . H V-,ffm LV - l'?1EfVfF'v VY F ff.-1-I gif . ' - Ffgfifl A Y ' 'iff M VJ1'g,, , ' II. . ' irIffZri'Ii ' L . I I - VV-"vga: Qi1: . V . I f I I- V 'ffF',V- '- 5 ,,.Vg.41" f ., . X i f f . 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' "- rv- V f . , V .'1J3f-ff' VV M155 V 'fx . V ' . nw, 5 " I 'I ',f-V:'V I 'V . -Q .1 I, V M - V -f:1nI'I1'V -- 1 V V , e ...V 1, V - . - . 1 - V- -1 -1 - f -Q ' " . ,' . ,' - '07 I 'i Ii ' ' I- I - grizffsgrr I V f L I vs t XZ., I I I I T V V,I--35 'F 3- ' I or I' - " gf I -V 1.+4Q"' ' ---ft. ..., -yi. - I '. I V I I - if I . . '!'i"'f'if"'-.'E.'5'f-i'.f All - ' " 1' H ' X Bach F. Barbeau I. Berg A. Bruha Callaway E. Deutrich D. Gardner J. Larson R. Paulson H. Teckam E. Ballsrucl D. Flansburg J. C L. D. D. G. F. V. Dobbins Howarth J. Elstad L . Humphrey Leverenz 5. Nerby L Schalloclc Thomas Barribeau Freisinger R. R. F . Seno Weiner Butterield . Gallagher A. Farris A. Heiser Il. Nicol II. Steele P. Witzke M. Convis A. Gossfeld Dill L. Freclrickson J. Koetting P. Nordhus D. Stulken I. Wolf R. Cullman P. Hassett B R Franke L. Krueger C G. Paulson L. B. Taarvig Fillner Ilones SECONDARY EDUCATION 1940 W. Kircher K. Lake G. Mackey M. Morris M. Oliver J. Peterson R. Runnestrand V. Scofield S. Sprehn G. Thiel S. Watermann E. Weber W. Weiderheoft Armin Gossfeld Glenn Thomas Elaine Balsrucl Louis Krueger Jean Larson Kathleen Lake E. L. Walters OFFICERS f President f VicefPreside'nt f Secretary f f Treasurer f Social Chairman Student Council f Advisor f Glenn Thomas Philip Norclhus Kathryn Gorman Robert McCoy Betty jane Wenzel - Kathleen Lake - E. L. Walters All people of the Secondary Education Department through the Secondary Education Club consider the problem of teacher training from a professional standpoint. By orientation in high school problems which confront teachers, the society hopes to bridge the gap between the thought of being a student and that of being a teacher. As a means 'of achieving this purpose, representatives from the practical teaching field have carried to us some results of what they have gained by experience. For a wellfrounded professional spirit, the club enters the social field with such attractions as an annual mixer, an allfschool tea, and a picnic. E821 1943 .-V.. o 5 v Sai. ELEMENTARY imfx ,- NJ n...4.1' ,J-if E nf' D. Clark R. Fleis D. Henry M. Kunert J. Mealy L. Preuss D. Van Loon ,-N 4 A SA ,I, vig J. Barnes M. Barrie M. Cook J. de Ranitz G. Forde D. Forseth M. Hyer E. Jacobs D. Lange B. Lawsha D. Melby G. Mueller L. Rellig A. Sanclwick M. Vedvik R. Wolf ,fx 1942 B. Bernatz D. Dickerson J. Gilbertson E. Jahn E. Linse B. Mulder J. Sinnen E831 V L. Campbell M. E. Caucutt G. Egalancl E. Elliott G. Glick L. Gochenaur L. Jenks M. Killian J. Lowe M. Mara M. Nottestad J. Padesky B. Skemp E. Spangler C. Arneson J. Axtell ELEMENTARY 1942 EE 3 'TEST ' . 0 . , 5 ' 7ii'pjk, "fli. . K ,5'?5if,f5g'h -C? WZ' 'N I Ar .J v,"'f' 'IC' X53 1941 A - , 51,2 .,. .1 1 X . 1 J. Galstad F. Niebuhr M. Roy L. Wilcox V. Holmlund V. Millis E. Toraason .Q .ow W , . 7 . x. ig! S. Craker I. Haack L. Niebuhr C. Slxerette E. Homstad M, E. Reinehr B. Watson .,. 415 ' Q. -l "in xo 'T W ay. me 1 -J, . ' 31.5. , ,. .. , Q, L M56 Sf? Q. .1 iq-jp ie. , . ' ' nf'-f'Qi ,.., 1 ff" j .E 'Y -'!' :fa W I 'Nu .1 yi' - ew 1 1 1 R . ... ... . . ... .. . f 'A , ooo vlfv- 1 -can ll., '.E. . A on .Q . 1 1 ' wffeg., 1 1711: x . .- - " fn, . ,- 5. ,if ' fn- +.'hff4-we E. Dawes B. Dockendorff L. Doering M. J. Elstad R. M, Johnson E. jones P. Kennedy B. L. Laursen B. Owen R. Pace R. Parker R. Robertson R. Stluka M. Thompson K. Troger E. Wanner I. A. Carlson J. Churchill E. Eide R. Ferguson M. I. Hovind M, B. Kroener B. Lutiger M. Marking M. Smale E. Sorenson P. Talleclge G. Taubert V. Wyss M. I. Allen M. Bedessem U41 fyiffi ELEMENTARY 1940 N. Carpener T. Cooper V. Dclton M. De Sautelle G. Dolen H. Foley E. Hanson L. Harrison N. Herrman H. Kelley M. Lien V. Mahlke E. Marcott A. Ofstedahl C. Snyder F. Steinmetz L. Storandt D. Thurston B. Vergeront Vsfiley OFFICERS President f f f - f Agnes Gfstedahl VicefPresident f f Barbara Vergeront Secreta'ry'T'reasurer f - f Virginia Holmlund Student Council Representative f f Iris Weisbecker The Elementary Club, comprised of all the students in the Elementary department is organized to acquaint the group with different aspects of elementary education. As a professional club, it def votes much of its time to educational themes. The organization takes active part in the social active ities of the college sponsoring an all college tea, a Christmas Party, and a matinee dance. E351 CHI LAMBDA Cl-lI- RURAL 1941 0 "L ' ig . I V J..l Y -. . .. 4-'raid lg sl 5- 1 X l ei . , ,nv Til. --' u. -' .5 ' ,. i Q ---D' V. 3 'W 1 ,. -on '- rd, H. Frye G. Hanson I. Kriesel H. Rundahl M. Andre G. Follendorf J. Nelson . . x T. Anderson E. Gunderson J. Heid R. Melvin M. Steinbrenner A. Bill M, Gibson A. Omholt QSWQWWPK Collins Hass Herold Mlsna Twesme Bruckner Grabhorn Richter f86l M. Dwyer E. I. Hall Holberg Olson Webb . Eitsert Hanson M. Stenerson ZOF"!"I'1" Z. Dwyer L. Halverson B. Horn M. Olson E. Zietlow A. Eugen G. Lambert B. Walz 1940 it 'W' M. Danielson A. Hanson L. House R. Quinn A. S. Fenske F. MCC:-mn 'mm . -V F--. Tl-IE CCDUNTRY LIFE CLUB-CI-II CEFICERS Ellen Sorenson f f President f Eleanor Jones f f VicefPreside'nt f Alma Bill f f f Secretary"T1'easu're'r Beulah Buchholz ' ' Student Council f LAMBDA Cl-II f Bernice Herald f Adella Hanson f Hazel Rundahl f Mabel Vaughan The Country Life Club, an organization of Rural students, is organized to promote additional interest in rural life. Through honorary members, academic achievement is recognized. The club sponsors a friendship banquet and an all-school dance as a part of its social activities. This spring our club joined with the Wiiioxia group for an annual get-together. The honorary members of the Country Life Club are the members of Chi Lambda Chi. They are: Beulah Buchholz, Norma Hanson, Alma Bill, Ellen Sorenson, and Eleanor Jones, A new amendment to the constitution allows members of the alumni to join the club. D371 M. I. A. A. ir, W' ulgiiiillwr, Monte Pelton Art Wegner Lyle Hope Clesson Cook James Bruins YValter Rennebohm Gerald Laetsch BOARD OF CONTROL President ffffffff Jim Bruins Secretary f f Monte Pelton Treasurer f f ' f f f A1 Kling Mgr. Fall Sports f f Walt Rennebohm Mgr. Winter Sports f f f f Harris Stuart Mgr. Spring Sports f f f John Borchardt Alfred Kling Harris Stuart Ernest Mueckler Edward Ganske Jack Pederson Barthan Shelley Charles Nader SPORT MANAGERS Volleyball fffffff- Art Wegner Basketball f f f Ernie Mueckler Golf - f Ed Ganske Tennis f f f ' Charles Nader Horseshoe f f f f f Charles Nader Recreational Sports f f jerry Laetsch Swimming f f f f Lyle Hope Bowling f f f f Jack Pederson Touch Football f f f Barthon Shelley Kittenball f f f f Ave Farris Archery f f Clesson Cook The Men's Intrafmural Athletic Association fosters recreational activity for its large membership of college men. Its roster of sports includes horseshoe, tennis, track, football in the fall, bowling, baseball and swimming in the winter, and volley ball, and soft ball in the spring. The good fellowship, sportsmanship, and social development achieved is equalled only by the wholesome fun enjoyed by the members of M. I A. A. l33l W. R. A. L Jacobson M Olxver A Schrader A Schumacker M Hoff E Hagen D Meyer V Nextzel B Prange S 1 Schmxedlxn M Sprague L Wnllxanlson OFFICERS HEADS OF SPORTS Preszdent Luclle Jacobson Vzce Presrdent Loxs Hunt Secretary Margaret Ol1ver Student Counczl AIV1llH Schroeder Fmanaal Manager MHIIOH Hoff Publzcztv Manager Juha Menhardt Sponsor Emma Lou Wllder Volleyball Basketball Baseball Sw1mm1ng Hockey Bowl1ng Tenms Mlscellaneous Dorothea Meyer Betty Prange LOIS W1ll1amson Ehzabeth Abel Vlfglnla Neltzel Sara jane Schm1edl1n Elame Hagen Edythe Barton The Wonmens Recreat1on ASSOCIHCIOH IS organrfed for the purpose of provldmg atl1let1cs and recreatlon for all college women It IS headed by sen1or olhcers and a Board of Control composed of heads of sports who are also sen1ors The program cons1sts of orgaruzed team sports and 1nd1v1dual compet1t1ve sports In add1t1on to these act1v1t1es many mformal soclal affalrs are arranged under the d1rect1on of underclass cha1r men Th1s year these mcluded novelty h1kes splash part1es hostel trlps and several cabm trxps l'89 Treasurer f - - f f Audrey Schumacher junior Orchesis f f f f - Marian Sprague , . i . . . , . , . , . . I - l "L" CLUB Anderson Humphrey Andresen Brown Cook Ebert Farris Hachmeister Hope Kalus Dave Hasbrouck Walt Rennebohm James Bruins Dan Kalus Al Kling Gordy Bahr Hans Reuter President Clark Dobbins VicefP1esident Gerald Laetsch Secretary Art Wegner Treasurer Lyle Hope Student Council John Koettin g Sev'geantfatfArms ' Alex McNiven Advisor Hans Reuter Baht Baptie Kenney Koetting Krueck Bruins Kelly Keppel Kling DeVoll Erickson Ganske Hassett Howland Kelley lf90l The "L" Club is an honorary organization open to all men who have won a major L in any athletic sport, or as a student manager, and have fulilled the requirements set by the active members of the club. This year the club had charge of the Home' coming festivities, sponsored a successful mixer, and put on the annual dinnerfdance in May. Other highlights in its yearly activities were the Play Day held in March for students of surrounding high schools for the purpose of promoting inter' est in the College, and the popular annual picnic. "L" CLUB Laetsch LeMay Lenz Leverenz McCoy McDonald Mayo Mueckler Ulichney Weber Wegner Zingler Pederson Pelton Rennebohm Wheelock Stuart Sumstad Riebe Wiederhoeft Wulk Sayer Smith Sprehn Tews l91l I A T lib!!! NL HE T Ill C QS A wellfrounded curriculum for all students is the goal set by adminif stration heads of the college. An individual who participates in varied activities will make, on the whole, a better teacher from a prof fessional, as Well as a pupil, viewpoint. With this in mind, college officials have planned all courses so that some form of physical activity is included in them. We see this policy reflected in the systems of our city schools, - where the habit of encoura ind all students to artici ate in g s P P sports has been adopted. I -a.:...ii1....., Front Row Kleft to riglztjz H. Ruesch, L. Miellce, D. Larrabce, C. DeVoll, E. Mueckler, L. Smith, J. Pappas. Second Row: F. Gautsch, ass't coach, K. Ulichny, D. Levernez, D G. Borchart, A. MacNiven, . Kalus, E. Ganske, M. Hanna, O. Knoll, Belden, F. Werling, M. Pelton, C. Smith, head coach. Third Row: Moriarity, mgr., G. Baht, G. Hanna, A. Kling, R. Guenther, H. Stuart, E. Hughes, R. Lass, C. Dobbins, I. Pederson, T. Kelly, I. Quinn, Beattie, fr. coach. Fourth Row: R. Walling, S. Cooley, L. Klugow, N. Wiilk, R. Ebert, A. XVegncr, B. Walters, T. Held, H. Ausse, V. Owen. FOOTBALL La Crosse State Teachers college, paced by Tom Kelly who ran wild and scored three touchdowns, placekicked an extra point, and passed to Jim Quinn for another score, trampled over a visiting Stout Institute team, 32 to 7, in the final conference game of the 1939 season. The victory, coupled with an 1843 Eau Claire win over Superior, gave the La Crosse Indi' ' ans undisputed, and unexpected, possession of hte championship in the northern division of the college conference. The following week in a "dream" game for the mythif cal state title, La Crosse, closing a successful campaign, was barely defeated by Milwaukee, 13 to 7. TOM KELLY i943 Conference standings found La Crosse on top with three victories and one loss, while Superior was in second with two wins, one def feat, and one tie. The champion' ship was the first in La Crosse for Clyde Smith, who took over coach' ing duties in 1938. Four players, Gordon Bahr, Tom Kelly, Harris Stuart, and Art Wegner, were honored on the allfconference first team, while Leo Smith and Karl Ulichny were given second team berths. Aiding Coach Smith were Floyd Gautsch, assistant coach, Gerald Moriarity, head manager, Martin Anderson, trainer, Lyman Humphrey, equipment manager, and Cecil Anderson, assistant trainer. La Crosse 7 Platteville 21 N the opening game, after playing a powerful Platteville team on even terms for three quarters, but taking a terrific beating in the line, La Crosse State finally succumbed to the hard-charging efforts of Captain Don Perkins and Earl Staffeldt. The invaders won, 21 to 7. The lone La Crosse counter came in the second canto when Tom Kelly slashed over from the onefyard line. La Crosse 12 Eau Claire 6 . OTHING could stop the Indians as they made an impressive conference title bid by defeating an invading Eau Claire eleven, 12 to 6. Led by pilefdriving Dick Lass, Kelly, and La Crosse's whirling dervish, Frank Werliiig, the hosts scored early in the game and, after a blocked punt gave Eau Claire a touchdown, roared backfor a second-and victory. La Crosse 6 Superior 7 EADLT kicking by Frank Cirilli on a try for point after touchdown gave Superior a 7 to 6 victory and booted Coach Clyde Smitlfs warriors out of an undefeated status in the conference. Lass, sensational sophomore, battered his way over in the initial period. Superior, the host outfit, scored in the second quarter on a sustained downffield march. La Crosse 6 Whitewater 1O N the 17th annual Homecoming classic, La Crosse lost its grasp on a first quarter advantage and bowed to a tricky, deceptive Whitewater team, 10 to 6. Al Farina, Quaker quarterback, supplied the winning points on a placekick for an extra point and a 2Ofyard fiield goal by the same method. Leo Smith passed to Jim Quinn in the end zone for La Crosse's only tally. La Crosse 34 River Falls '7 'TTACKING unrelentlessly, La Crosse flashed a brilliant offense to completely route the River Falls Falcons in conference football warfare, 34 to 7, on the Falls' field. Kelly, with a smooth blocking escort, returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown to highlight play. Other touchdowns were collected by Hartwig Reusch, Quinn on a pass from Smith, Don Leverenz, and Cliff DeVoll. La Crosse 32 Stout 7 EEDINC a victory to stay in the top ranks of the loop, La Crosse smothered the Stout Blue Devils' offense and waltzed through with a 32 to 7 win, which presented the Indians with the conference crown. Superior, which was leading the league, fell by the wayside in the titular race, losing to Eau Claire, 18 to 13. La Crosse 7 Milwaukee 13 HATTERING La Crosse's hopes for the mythical state championship, Milwaukee registered a 13 to 7 victory over the Indians in the seasonls Hnale in an Armistice Day battle. The two teams were champions of their respective divisions. Kelly dashed 64 yards on the second play of the game and also converted, giving La Crosse a lead, which held until midfway in the third period. l95l T? 97 Front Row: L. Kenney, G. Lindlolf, C. DeVol1, J. Beattie, Fr. Coach, C. Anderson, Mgr., G. Borchart, 0. Knoll. Back Row: F. Gautsch, Ass't Coach, F. Lupie, N. NVulk, R. Ebert, C. Whiting, A. Willielzii, P. Schwartz, C. Smith, Coach. BASKETBALL fl basketbaH teana that loses only three gannes ni conference conipetnion zuid only one nonfconference battle during the season is worthy of all the praise the student body can muster. La Crosse Statc's 193940 team finished third in the conf ference but only after throudng the league into the ckmest threeweani ight it has seen in many a season. They started fast, those Indians, and won nine of the first eleven games but lost deciding contests to Superior and Eau Claire to land in third. XVith no players lost through graduation and an outstanding freshman tearn on its way to varsity duty, however, the prospects for great teams in the future appear alniost certain. i931 A CROSSE placed third in the northern division conference, losing the season's finale to Eau Claire to settle the second place scramble. Superior, who lost but one game in the loop-that a 420.9 whipping at the hands of La Crosse, captured first. La Crosses nemesis in the league was the rangy Eau Claire live which reg' istered two triumphs, 5Of39 and 49f3Z. Stout fell twice, 4005 and 4063, while River Falls met defeat by scores of 5344 and 52-32. Superior topped La Crosse, 51-36, in the second meeting of the teams. TARTINC the season, La Crosse travelled to Wiiioiizl and bowed before the Min' nesota champions, St. Mary's, 3961, only after exhibiting playing ability which pointed to a successful season. Coach Smith's men seemed invincible in the Hrst quarter but that bubble burst in later periods. In all other nonfconference engage' ments La Crosse was victorious. Platteville twice felt the sting of the Indians' offen' sive power, losing 4162 and 3665. Leo Kenney slipped in 21 points as La Crosse beat Wiiioiizi, 4Sf45, and in a return game with St. Mary's, La Crosse won, 3127. ALLYING 119 points in 14 games for an average of 8.5 points per game, Ken' ney grabbed high scoring honors for the season. The scoring was a proof of Coaclfs Smith's ability to build team play rather than to develop outstanding in' dividuals. Witli the exception of Kenney, the scoring in the first five was hunched, only 11 points separating the scores of the second and fifth man. The varsity men and their points include Gordon Borchart, 95, Cliff DeVoll, 923 Bob Ebert, 89, and Ned NVulk. 84. OACH SMITH looks forward to next season with high hopes as none of the players are lost through graduation. Under the direction of Jack Beattie, a strong freshman team was developed. The yearlings were defeated but once during the season and that came in the final game of the year. A reserve team, coached by Floyd Gautsch, is expected to reach its full height next season. The outfit, in' eligible the Hrst semester, saw varsity action later and performed well. lf99l v V Front Row: F. Howland, T. Held, K. Ulichny, A. Lenz, J. Sayer, M. Anderson, R. 4 rf' 5, -is Hachmeister, Brown, E. Brandt, Mgr. .. Back Row: R. McDonald, D. Montgomery, B. LeMay, A. MacNiven, F. I. Lipovetz, Coach, L. Hope, C. Cook, F. Bradford, R. Spears. Side Picture: A. Werner, W. Loushine. ' SWIMMING a Varsity swimming is rapidly becoming the foremost winter sport of the college. Coach Ferd Lipovetz, aided by a fine freshman turnout, guided the team to its most successful season as a major sport. The swimming team opened its season November 24 at the local pool, with an impressive win over the Eau, Claire YMCA team. In successive dual meets, La Crosse defeated Stout Institute at La Crosse and at Menomonie but lost to the Milwaukee Teachers at Milwaukee. Several schedf uled meets were cancelled because of an epidemic of infantile paralysis in the school. The season reached its climax on March 16 when the Indian swimmers traveled to the Stout natatorium for the conference meet. The team placed second to Milwaukee and showed a marked improvement over their conference performance of the previous year. Bill Loushine, Chisholm ace, copped the state diving championship at the meet. The star freshman duo of Kostelic and Loushine, both threefevent performers, was outstandf ing in every meet. The loss of Kostelic due to ineligibility the second semester was a severe loss to the team in their remaining meets. The team broke many varsity swimming records and conference records throughout the season, and was well represented in every event. 1:1021 GYM TEAM The La Crosse State gym team, under the able direction of Coach Hans Reuter, boasts a suc- cessful season. Because of early practice and skillful training, the gymnasts made an auspicious start in the season by downing the Luther College athletes in their annual dual classic, For the first time in the history of the two schools, a meet was scheduled between Gustavus Aclolphus and La Crosse in the locals' gym, but heavy snows and cold weather prevented the Gusties from making the trip and the event was cancelled. Duplicating the feat of their talented predecessors, the 193869 gym team, this year's athletes in the Class C catagory copped the Class C championship at the annual meet of the Northwest Gym' nastic Association at Minneapolis. Ray Link, Freshman gymster, won the individual Class C medal. Not to be outfdone by his charges, Reuter was refelected president of the Association for the comf mg year. At the end of the regular season, several members of the team competed in the A.A.U. meet at Milwaukee. Clesson Cook took Hrst in the tumbling event, Dick Tews copped second on the horse, and Bernie LeMay placed third on the rings, Al Kling and John Borchardt, cofcaptains, and Dick Tews of the present squad will be lost through graduation in June, but several seasoned stars will return for duty next season. msg -'HUF' rgvgqn -, R17 M Front Row-fleft to rightl: O. Knoll, A. Olszewski, L. Smith, G. Borchart, F. McGinley, D. Larabee, Manke, R. Miller. Second Row: C. Smith, coach, S. Nerby, R. Hoffman, F. Lupie, N. Wulk, B. Brunner, A. Wilhelm, W. Keppel, L. Riebe, manager. Back Row: H. Rilling, W. Coon, D. Yolton, McMillan, R. Halford, L. Hoffman, P. Schwartz, V. Zingler, W. Zimmerman. BASEBALL With live of nine lettermen returning for the 1940 season, the baseball team appears on its way to being one of the topfflight college nines in the midfwest. Last season, La Crosse turned in six victories as compared with three defeats. Virgil Dezwarte led the batters, getting individual honors with a .426 average. Vic Zingler homered twice as La Crosse whipped Winona Teachers, l3'7, in the 1939 opener. The team followed it up with a l0f2 verdict over Stout Institute. In a second meeting with Winoiia, the Minnesotzi nine came out on the short end of a 126 count. The first loss of the season came at the hands of River Falls, who won, 18-S. This was avenged in the next game as the Indians clipped the Falcons, 1Of9, in a thrilling 10 inning game. Eau Claire, conference champs, scored two close wins over Coach Clyde S:nith's men. The scores were 9f7 and 4f3. Mert Campbell, ace pitcher, chalked up 16 strikeouts as La Crosse beat Stout, 7 to 2. In the season's finale, St. Mary's was the victim by an 8-7 margin. The lettermen who are counted upon for starring duty this year are Ralph Miller and Al Olszewf ski, catchers, Bill Keppel, first baseman, Vic Zingler, pitcher, and Gordon Bahr, outfielder, A ten' game schedule was played this year. 1 ' ' 1 - A A I i -p,. F E l I .T J ji N . 1 .'1l.i.aseuz-l:1'- , - f ll " -ft ' p I 1 X fm V! I. nikki I . r Front Row-fleft to rightj: T. Wheelock, R. Carey, J. Pappas, J. Mueller, E. Mueckler, R. Lass. Second Row: D. Gardner, L. Mielke, C. Vv'hiting, D. Sword, E. Starks, E, Hughes. Back Row: F. Gautscb, coach, G. Hanna, I... Kenney, G. Walker, D. Mayo. I TRACK Headed by Henry Sugden, one of the greatest athletes produced in the history of the school, the La Crosse track team Won two triangular meets, placed second in the Luther college invitational affair, and came in second in the state conference race. Sugden, who performed as a dashman and broadjumper, was the shining light during the entire season. In the initial meet, the Mukwanago speed star amassed 21 points as La Crosse defeated Winona, 922 to SSM. In the Luther invitational meet, Sugden copped three nrst places. The Indians inished behind Dubuque, 61M to MM. In a threefteam battle, La Crosse came out on top, winning over Mankato, and Winona teachers. The points were: La Crosse 74, Mankato 53, and Winona 36. Sugden registered his best performance in the state meet at Milwaukee, when he won both the 7.20 and 44Ofyard events. In the 44Ofyard race, he barely missed setting a conference record by fourftenths of a second. Earlier in the season, the carrotfthatched, barrel chested runner got into the Hnals of the 100fyard dash event in the Drake Relays, one ofthe nation's top events. Lettermen back for action this year are Ernie Mueckler, Dave Mayo, John Birchall, Ted Whee- lock, Jerry Mueller, Al Kling, and Waldemar Wiederhoeft. Row A: M. Convis, J. Koetting, L. Kenney. Row B: Coach L. Miller, C. Nader, B. McDonald, T. Held. TENNIS Leo Kenny, sophomore from Waukesha, will be occupying the number one position on the 1940 tennis team as the result of a qualifying tournament held early in April, Kenny also held this post during the 1939 campaign. The remainder of Coach Leon Miller's squad is composed of Bob MacDonald, john Koetting, Bob Pass, Charles Nader, Mike Convis, Ted Held, and Cliff DeVoll. The players are listed according to their playing positions. Kenney and Koetting are the only lettermen on the team, but the other members of the team are all tried veterans. The 1939 sextet won the first four matches played but dropped the final two for a 4-2 record. La Crosse defeated Winona Teachers to start off the year by a 5'1 score and then captured a secf ond engagement by a 9 to O result. In a third meeting of the two units. La Crosse won handily, 8-1. Stout and La Crosse split two matches. The Indians walked off with the first one, 8 to 1, but dropped the second, 4 to 2. The loss was dished out on the Menornonie courts. The other match, which was lost during the season, went to Milwaukee Teachers by a 4f2 count. V ' '? Row A: Coach W. Wittich, I. Kersey, S. MacNiven, D. Kalus, E. Ganske. Row B: L. Hope, J. Bruins, G. Weiss, J. Sayer, R. Hachmeister. GOLF La Crosse State's golfers ruled the fairways in four of ive team matches and placed third in the state teachers college conference race at Eau Claire to complete a successful 1939 season. During the year, in dual competition, the team, which was under the direction of Athletic Director Walter J. Wittich, won 54 points out of a possible 69. The only loss of the season was meted out when the team was tripped by Stout Institute on the tricky Menomonie course, 8 to 6. In all other meets the superiority of La Crosse was quite evif dent. In the first meeting with Stout, the Indians outclassed the northerners, 14 to 3. La Crosse subdued River Falls in two matches by scores of 122 and 10f2. Every member of the team earned three points as St. Mary's of Winona fell before La Crosse, 1'lf0. The state meet saw the La Crosse linksmen trail the championship Whitewater team by 21 points. Whitewater had 680 strokes for teams honors, followed closely by Platteville which had 681. La Crosse was next in line with 701. A fine turnout for the 1940 season included two lettermen, Ed Ganske and Scotty IvIacNiven. Wittich Reuter Whitney Mitchell Le May Miller Smith Ganske Pedemon Rovang ATHLETIC BOARD Walter Wittich, director of athletics and head of the division of physical education, was the director of the athletic board, which has been active in managing the complete athletic program of the college. Among the duties of the board are finances, sanction of schedules, and acting upon rec' ommendations of the coaches concerning the distribution of letters. The board is composed of seven faculty members and three students. Clayton A. Whitrley has served as treasurer, while Hans C. Reuter has acted as the secretary. Other faculty members include Theodore Rovang, Leon Miller, Rexford Mitchell, and Clyde B. Smith. The students represented on the board are Bernie LeMay, Jack Pederson, and Edward Ganske. H081 I Q 39 Y sen Ghamfa lVl.l,A.A. Hossmann Hall B. Stortz Water Lilies A. Farris C. Nader Touch football and water basketball occupied the limelight of the 1939 M.I.A.A. fall season. Hossmann Hall, a grid crew which displayed its top form when the chips were down, an' nexed the touch football banner. Only one game behind the leaders was Rueckheim Hall. Exhibiting an amazing defense, which resulted in an undefeated season, the Water Lilies copped the water basketball title, The Lilies were captained by Anthony Kostelic. Charlie Nader claimed the fall tennis title. Bob Stortz, onefarmed golfer, boasted the fall golf crown topping a large field of participants. Avril Farris emerged with the fall horseshoe Cham' pionship. H091 nun-. A ' Via ' M.l.A.A. Wa!! Spazzia 1 FALL HIGHLIGHTS Selections of allfstar teams in touch football and water basketball was inaugurated as an added feature to the fall program. TOUCH FOOTBALL Included on the select grid team were the following: WALT RENNEBOHM . . . Rennebohm Manor . . . Selected as most popular player of league and named captain of ALL AMERICAN team . . . Lineman. PAUL SCHWARTZ . . . Rueckheim Hall . . . Lineman. STEINER OLSON . . . Morris Hall . . Lineman. WALLACE COON . . . Barr Bell . . . Back' field. HENRY RILLING . . . Rueckheim Hall . . . The "Tinker" was one of the speediest men in circuit. ARNOLD WILHELM . . . Named most val' uable man in touch football loop . . . Shefjack Hall . . . Backfield. Displaying a stellar brand of sixfman foot' ball the ALLAMERICANS nipped Hossmann Hall, 19 to 15, in a postfseason exhibition tussle. D101 NVATER BASKETBALL Turning now to water basketball, league offif cials sifted out the following players as tops in this popular swimming sport: Williain Lou' shine, Cecil Anderson, Vernon Ahrendt, Les Fredrickson and Bob Strzelczyk. Billy Loushine of the titlefwinning Water Lily quint won the individual scoring chamf pionship in a hairfline finish over Les Fredrick' son, 31 to 30. In third place with 27 points was Bob Strzelczyk. TENNIS AND ARCHERY Charlie Nader encountered plenty of trouble in turning back lanky Bob Thompson in the tennis singles fmalsg 1Of8, 4-6, and 6f3. Although no competitive action was held, archery attracted a large number of men during its sixfweek span. I lVl.l.A-A. 7fU1Qnfefz. Cham WINTER HIGHLIGHTS Malior sports of basketball, volleyball, and bowling highlighted the winter sports calendar of thc M.I.A.A. program. BASKETBALL As in previous years two leagues composed the cage activity. The title of the Class A circuit was shared by Zeke's Iviountaineers, XVolvcs and Clicks, each finishing the regular round robin play with identical marks of ive wins and two defeats. Forseth's Feather Mer' chants breezed through the season undefeated in six contests to snatch the championship of the Class B. league. Coon fZeke'sj won the individual scoring championship of the Class A division. In the Class B loop, Glasrud fGlasrud Ivlanorj topped thc scorers with 51. Following are the allfstar quintets of both cirf cuits as picked by league oilicials: I 1111 Class A Class B Coon QZeke'sj f F f f Johnson fForseth'sj Zingler flvlitchellj F C f f Gerletti fForseth'sj Hanson fClick'sj f Glasrud QGlasrud Manorj Brunner QZeke'sj G f f f Hassett QBEXQ Klugow QLew'sj f G f f f Bone fEaglesj BOWLING Wiiitei' bowling supremacy went to Brandt's Keglers. They were the pace-setters through- out the pin campaign. VOLLEYBALL The volleyball tournament saw the formidable OnefTrip-Plumbers cop the crown, In the championship matches they defeaed BEX in sets of 16f14, 14-16, and 1545. Lanky Dick Lass piloted the OnefTripper's. , ,ii 5: na Q ps ""5eM'iu- u . iw M Q, ,yecs p Slolzcng Spoazbh. Softball topped the 1940 M.I.A.A. spring program as the major sport. Eight teams comprise the softball circuit which included: Eagles, Midnight Riders, Ozzies Midnight Riders, Guenther House, Tappa Kegs, Rennebohm Apartments, OKE and BEX. A round robin was played. Archery, golf, and horseshoe rounded out the major sport parade on the spring calendar. Enthusiastic interest was displayed by those participating in the archery activity. The sport, which was also included on the fall sport program, attracted a large group of underclassmen. Fundamentals were especially stressed in the target game. Tournaments were held in both horseshoe and golf. Supplemental activities such as pingfpong and badminton were popular spring features of the 1940 season. Pingfpong attracted the largest number of aspirants with nearly 50 men particif Dating in the spring tourney. Play was held in the new men's lounge where two regulation tables were installed. Badminton, a comparatively new sport launched by M.I.A.A. oflicials, also was a popular spring recreational activity. H121 es HOCKEY HOCKEY Hockey, directed by Ginny Neitzel, proved to be one of the most exciting sports in W.R.A. Class tournaments resulted in a juniorfSenior tie. However the Seniors 9 came out on top in the SeniorfAlumni game. Alumni, next year, watch out for the next group of seniors. f113j iw. 12. A. H, H , W - WN . WW s WW Wi WW 1' W' W.zeWW WW -MN 55 S TENNIS TENNIS eQ4,E "iQRIRQ51f,5Q-zz Wyse? I Z v Another favorite spring activity, tennis, is being handled by Elaine Hagen. The tournament is conducted in A, B, and C flights providing an opportunity for players of all ability. Last year's tournament was won by Reata Klores, the West Allis flash. Reata is back to defend her title this year, and will give anybody a good run for his money. fll-Q -ViRqA. l . h-QL SPORTS lg. , W q V. BASKETBALL The juniors showed their worth in coming out victorious in the basketball tournaf ment, this year ably led by Betty Prange. Besides winning the "flight" tournament, the juniors also cinched the class tournament. DANCE Again Arlene Arnold, pride of the senior's class, turned in a ine piece of Work in directing Orchesis. 'LSquint" was again the juggler in the annual Orchesis Christ' mas recital. Here's success to her successor . VOLLEYBALL Directed by Dorothea Meyer, volleyball provided a successful activity. Excitf ing games were carried on through "flight" arrangement, and when class teams were picked, the seniors came out on top. 51153 W.R.A iSfec'z'b.f acfiuf SPRING BASEBALL Lois Williamson will conduct the favorite spring activity-baseball. Again "flight" teams will challenge one another, and the season will close with a class tournament. Last year the seniors proved the winners. Who will take the title this year? BADMINTON Badminton and bowling were handled successfully by Sara Jane Schmidlein. There was a good response to both activities, and everybody had a good time. In badminton, the doubles "champs" were Reata Klores and Angeline Wieczorek. SWIMMING In cooperation with the M.I.A.A., a swim carnival was held with men and women of all classes taking part. Elizabeth Abel did an excellent job in organizing the womens part of the carnival and promoting swimming activities. More power to her. H161 W. R. A. SPORTS RESUME Sport Chairman Hockey f fffff Virginia Neitzel Team Champion: JuniorfSenior tie X7oHeyball ff-f f IDorothea Ldeyer Team Champion: Seniors Basketball f f-ff f Betty Prange Team Champion: Juniors Badminton 'f'-'ff arah J. Schmiecllin Champions: Reata Klores and Angeline WieCzo1'ek Bowling f Sara J. Schmiedlin Swimming Elizabeth Abel Baseball f Lois Williamsoii Tennis Elaine Hagen Special Activities Billie Loggeinan B. LOGGEMAN L. WILLIAMSON E. ABEL S. SCHMIEDLIN 51173 S T lll ND WE NNN T HL HH WF HE For nine months every year "colf lege life" and "life in La Crosse" are synonymous terms for students at our college. During those nine months that school is in session they reside in La Crosse, particif pate in its activities, utilize its libraries, attend its churches and theaters, buy from its stores, and form friendships with its inhabitants. At the same time the people of La Crosse are not unaware of college activities. Many have found the college plays, semifformals, mixers, .V assemblies, and other functions an added source for diversion not only during this year, but in years past. ,fel rl' The waiting line What, studying the dictionary? Penn at work A hard problein Attempting to open a book Econ. class Samson Taking pictures A theme Roy and Paul caught imawares Liz studying fanis The Library i moi ri- '- - '.,..5--'f"I- Q Ifesr-e23k'ffE3a3'tva? vga 'J' 'I X f J: . 4, Mary Stopping off at Ganskels on the Superior trip Lola Bontwell enjoying the outdoor program Three hostlers Bob and Betty Pres. Ginnie Tennis doubles and manager? Highland fling Micst be an exam period Pres. 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Leap year, 1940 The morning after The mwsery out for a slmning Tear, 1941 Sneppm' high Some angle, Monnie Ray and his size 20's Lady in distress H311 ggi -.... , Ns., Mona Having a quick one Glenn, john Danny The pause that 'refreshes The love birds Pvexy and Miss Bveene Crown P-rince and Princess of Norway Alfalfa lean Ardell Two little girls IISZI M Scotch Kniglmting Fu1f'ri11ev S One-tw0- Hold still How hard that was! Heil Little Lord Falmtleroy All three frats Howie, Maflq, jack Ouch! Sweet Adeline Two Oomph Ma-nza! 1:1333 . 'U 1 , VXI North side, La Crosse The -luggler Nlovmg into the new training school Mary Lou Walterls home Amateur Telegraph operators Training School library The movers Betty H341 ,,..,, i, been 5-gf' , xx. iq w Wbatclza doing, Harriet? Vxfliy the wicked eye, Peggy? Ready for tennis Squi o'1' elly Sis Tooflioo, down there! Chuckie Sleep, baby, sleep My! how graceful Chamberlain? Donft it awful, Dot and Katie Takes two to hit a tennis ball 51353 xx T Beauty personifed Irish Criss Charles Homecoming .Queen Cuddles Kate Wlrat the- Sara Come across Cleo Priss Put them on, Dode D361 im- La Crosse at night from Grandad Seniors Band at the Basketball game Chicago all star game At the races The gym team at Min1'1. Boy Scouts Lambda Sigma Chi Phi Kappa Formal Wintei' Phi Kappa Formal 51373 'Q fa W. 7 41555 Y Studying Gym L.S.A. Swinging -- Mermaid Maddy Who's fixing whose hair? meet john L. Sullivan? Diving Ghost A studenfs collection Taking a nap At the AKIPH tea Glamour girl Steuev Ussl Pull, Cleo, pall Registration Day Discussion after S.T.C. meeting Delta Psi Kappa Picnic Loyal tlrree No remarks Raquet office in action A test Tea, Team L.S.T. couple No. 1 Smiles for the winners Where's the car? Phil and Francys f1s9J A I Councif cfzkcussion i144 llfglfll' CJCc'l.747:1f'6LZ xr U0 9746 cfoi m Wiz oo -afonfl . do 'lhaf 7109142120 -Slznie Wiaeckfcfz. 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A . . - '- , ,, If 'ff' 1 msg T H E S T A I"' F Wishes to Thank All Those Who Illlllllllllllll lllllllllll lllll "La Crosse's Favorite'7 SUPER CREAMED ICE CREAM Helped Make This Book 706 S. 16th Street Possible Phone 857 La Crosse, Wis Cleanliness Quality Service QUALITY MEATS "Meet Your Friends Here" The Harmony Cafe LOUIS L. ATHNOS, Prop. Corner Third and State Streets LA CROSSE, WIS. FINE SAUSAGES I Schubert Bros. 311 North 13th Street WE sincerely thank ALL MERCHANTS who have helped us by advertising in our ANNUAL Pcztronize Merchants Who Have Advertised In This Section lil-1,61 ln WE wish to thonlc the students and faculty ot the State Teachers College tor the photographic Work in this annual. I l nInInInllulnlullllllllunllllullunlulunnnnunnlnnlnlnul ululnlu Compliments of Arcade Bowling Alleys Doerflingefs Home of nationally known and accepted merchandise TI-IE LARGEST AND BUSIEST DEPARTMENT STORE OF LA CROSSE DOERFLINGER'S "Be thrifty! Save valuable cash discount stamps." EVERYTHING IN MUSIC AND RADIO Leithold Piano Co. 221-223 Main Street For Those Who Enjoy G O O D F O O D Bodega Lunch Club maj Tires - Batteries - Lubrication Cities Kool- Service Motor Ethyl Gas A Longer Run in Every Gallon Linse Service Station "Official Campus Station" Phone 3385-M 1805 State St. ullulullunnlnllluluuun Modern Ldunclrq and 'Omg Cleaning Co. 212 218 5TH AVENUE SO. A Fuendly Dependable Cleamng Instltuhon Phone 388 EXCLUSIVE LICENSEES IN LA CROSSE AND VICINITY OF THE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED SANITONE DRY CLEANING SYSTEM N E VV B U R G S Sprcer and Buschman La Crosse s Largest INC Men S Store RELIABLE PRINTERS E W For 50 Years 12325 South Second Street A C R o Meet Your Fnends At Uptown Crgar Store House of Kuppenhexmer and EOUNTAIN SERVICE Vcuslty Town Clothes SPORTS RETURNS FLORSHEIIVI SHOES ARROW SHIRTS The College Shop 1n La Crosse Phone 78 523 Mum Street 5149 ll I u u l ll . I 5 0 , . S li: . 1523 ' 5 -' " I 'Q . R TE' UM , . 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La Crosse, Wisconsin TRY OUR SERVICE BcElkC'F'2S Dt-lirq 310313 1421 Vine St. 51503 I llIuunllnlllluxnnulnull Use Instant Gas and Oil Keeps New Cars New Makes Old Cars Seem New HOWARD'S CLOTHING STORE You always save at Howard's 517.50 - 522.50 - 527.50 P E N N E Y ' S l. C. PENNEY CO., INC. La Crosse Kienah's Flower Shops KIENAHS FOR FLOWERS Quality - Service Pace Rod ' 155 EPIA!! Phone 3630 Your Hollywood and 5th Avenue Theatres S 84 H Sport Shop l Football Women S Basketball Tennis and Track Gym and C1 oth in q Baseball Equipment It pays to play f1S1j 4nlllIllnlnl1llxnIlllllnlunnlulnnnull Cremer's Jewelry Store CERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST 0 La Crosse, Wis. BORDEN'S The Place You Like With a pleasant atmosphere . GO TO BORDEN'S FOR SODAS THE ELITE SHELDON CIGAR STORE 204 south 4th Compliments of OR!-YS SHOE STORE Home of FREEMAN'S AND RED WING SHOES La Crosse, Wis. LA CROSSE'S EXCLUSIVE 9 ICE CREAM STORE get 4 0 For a Real Treat Qxo QQAOZX Visit 89, The Home of 9 FLORAL ARTISTRY Dutch Maid Phmgm Sth and Cass Streets SCHAEFER S FLOWERS ass at Seventh D521 Abel, Elizabeth, 31, 52, 53, 56 Abelt, Arlene, 79 Adams, Audrey, 60, 74 Addis, Michel, 67, 68 Ahrendt, Vernon, 68 Allen, Mary, 40, 55, 84 Anderson, Eileen, 79 Anderson Forrest, 68 Anderson Cecil, 98 Anderson, Marian, 68 Anderson, Martin, 31, 49, 77, 90, 101, Anderson, Perry, 68 Anderson, Thelma, 86 Anderson, Vivian, 68 Andre, Martha, 40 Andre, Lorayne, 79 Andreason, Earl, 70 Andreson, Malcolm, 50, 72, Annett, Margaret, Archibald, Robert Arneson, Carol, 83 Arnett, Robert, 70 Arnold, Arlene, 31, 52, 53, Ash, James, 70 Asp, Helen, 63, 76 Austin, Robert Axtell, Jean, 53, 80, 83 Bach, Grace, 40 Bach, Haakon, 68 Bach, Jacob, 66, 81 Baertsch, Fern, 31, 53, 58 Bahr, Gordon, 31, 50, 77, 9 Baldwin, Vera, 80 Ballsrud, Elaine, 31, 55, 81 Bangsherg, Paul Bangsberg, Virginia, 79 Baptie, David, 70, 90 Barbeau, Francys, 57, 81 Barnes, Jean, 80, 83 Barnes, Joyce Barribeau, Fred, 31, 59, 60, Barrie, Mildred, 83 Barry, Minnadell, 70 Barta, Mary, 74 Bartelt, Jane, 68 Barth, John, 70 Barth, William, 70 Barton, Edythe, 31, 54, 77 Beaver, Madonna, 41 Bedessem, Margaret, 41, 84 Begun, Charles, 58, 80 Behrens, Robert, 70 Beldon, Jack, 49, 75, 94, 96 Bellman, Paul, 74 90 56, 64 o,94,96 62,31 INDEX 102 D531 Benrud, Merlin, 62, 66, 75 Berg, John, 66, 81 Bernett, Dorothy, 79 Bernatz, Betty, 83 Bernatz, Mary, 68 Beron, Kenneth, 79 Besch, Gordon, 80 Bess, La Verne Beutler, Theodore, 63, 70 Bibby, Adalene Bice, Elizabeth, 70 Bill, Alma, 30, 41 Bjergum, Barbara, 79 Blager, Mildred, 59, 70 Blomquist, Helen, 79 Boldon, Arlene, 60, 79 Bohrnstedt, Marion, 61, 64, 80 Bonadurer, Janet, 68 Bone, Alvin, 74 Borchart, Gordon, 80, 94, 98, 100, 104 Borchardt, John, 49, 94, 96, 103 Borrebek, Margaret, 79 Boutwell, Lola, 55, 80 Bowe, Janet, 31, 48, 55, 59 Bradford, Francis, 102 Brandt, Earl, 32, 101, 102 Brennan, John, 68 Brenner, David, 68 Bright, Dorothy, 80 Brink, Susanne, 48, 54, 64, 75 Brinkman, Hazel, 74 Britt, Edgar, 70 Brody, Patrick, 48, 49, 57, 59, 72 Brody, Robert Brokow, Hope, 75 Brown, Emmet Brown, Jack, 51, 75, 90, 102 Bruckner, Helen, 41 Bruha, Ardell, 57, 81 Bruins, James, 32, 49, 77, 88, 90, 107 Brunner, Bert, 79, 104 Buchholz, Beulah, 41, 48 Buelke, Helen, 52, 54, 56, 78 Bull, Helen, 52, 53, 75 Buresh, Kathryn, 54, 77 Butenhoif, Lawrence, 49, 77 Butler, Alice, 52, 67, 75 1 Butteriield, Rembert, Byrne, Joe, 68 32,6O,81 Calderwood, Mathew, 80 Callaway, Blayne, 66, 81 Campbell, Lucille, 83 Cannon, Isabelle, 60, Cantton, Sheldon, 80 75 Capener, Nadine, 32, 85 Carey, Charlotte, 75 Carey, Robert A., 68 Carey, Robert R., 68, 105 Carlberg, Vernadeen, 79 Carlson, Stanley, 68 Carlson, Ingrid Ann, 84 Carr, Richard, 60, 70 Cassidy, Patricia, 68 Caswell, Iva, 79 Cau Cutt, Mary, 83 Chenowath, Richard, 71 INDEX - Continued Doering, La Verne, 84 Dolan, Genieve, 41, 85 Duffy, Jane, 67, 68 Dugan, Grace, 58, 68 Dugan, Marguarite, 67, 68 Dwyer, John, 68 Dwyer Margaret Dwyer Zita 86 Dyer, Ellie, 570, 71 Dykman, Lester, 79 Cherek, Jerry, 74 Churchill, janet, 41, 84 Clark, Dorothy, 60, 68, 83 Clark, Vernon Cleveland, Florence, Coburn, Carl, 71 Cole, John, 60, 63, 71 Collins, Mildred, 86 Coleman, Jeanne, 66, 68 Combellick, Robert, 71 Convis, Faith, 55, 80 Convis, Merrill, 32, 48, 49, 56, 59, 81, 106 Cook, Clesson, 51, 77, 88, 90, 102, 103 Cook, Mary, 83 Cooley, Sherman, 80, 94 Coon, Wallace, 71, 104 Cooper, Thelma, 53, 61, 85 Cork, William, 74 Coward, Anna, 75 Croker, Shirley, 84 Cross, Glenna, 55, '77 Cullmann, Ralph, 32, 58, 59, 66, 81 Cummings, Jean, 75 Cummings, Willizim, 68 Curtis, James, 60, 68 Cycmanick, Dorothy, 68 Danielson, Myrtle, 86 Davenport, James, 68 Dawes, Edith, 55, 84 Delton, Vida, 41, 85 De Ranitz, janet, 83 De Sautelle, Maxine, 32, JJ, 85 De Voll, Clifton, 80, 90, 94, 98, 100 De Zwarte, Helen, 74 Des Jarlais, Vernon, 74 Deutrich, Ernest, 57, 81 Dickerson, Dorothy, 83 Dillon, Mary, 48, 77 Dileo, George Disse, La Verne, 68 Dobbins, Clark, 50, 81, 94, 96 Dockendorff, Betty, 61, 67, 84 D541 Ebert, Robert, 49, 75, 90, 94 Edwards, Mary Lou, 64, 72 Eide, Marmein, 54, 84 Egeland, jean, 83 Eitsert, Opal, 41 Elliot, Evelyn, 83 Elstad, Mary Jane, 54, 81, 84 Elstad, John Engen, Arleine, 42 Engler, Theodore, 79 Erickson, May, 79 Erickson, Walter, 71, 90 Faas, Robert, 68 Facius, Hans, 62, 66, 6 1 9 8 Farris, Avril, 51, 58, 62, 66, 81, 90 Felton, Thelma, 75 Fenske, Arthur, 86 Ferguson, Rosemary, 84 Fillner, Clarice, 33, 54, 56, 81 Fillner, Theresa, 79 Fischier, Laverne Fischer, Phyllis, 53 Finanger, Paul, 60, 62, 68 Finley, Jack, 71 Finley, Paul, 62, 68 Fish, Eugene, 68 Fitspatrick, James, 68 Flanagan, Thomas, 72 Flansberg, Dorothea, 54, 61, 62, 63 64 Fleis, Ruth, 83 Flug, Joyce, 68 Flynn, Robert, 68 Foley, Helyn, 42, 55, 85 Follendorf, Gordon, 42 Forbes, Mary, 68 Forciea, Patricia, 67, 74 Forde, Gladys, 61, 83 Forseth, Dorothy, 83 Forseth, Roald, '71 Forsythe, Harriet, 52, 54, 77 Fox, Francis, 74 Foxwell, Grace, 64, 79 INDEX Contlnued Franke Bob 81 Fredrmkson Lester 11 Freese Geule 61 74 Fregm Herbert 68 FILISB Betty 71 Fre1s1nffer Vlfglllla 11 Fremlrn Marron 61 81 Froehch W1l111111 Frye Harmon 8C Funke Joseph 68 Funkc Mary 68 Fuxber Kelth 67 68 1 18 19 81 Gaertner Pauhne 74 Gillagher Fay 7171 48 58 59 67 81 Galstad lean 67 Guenther Frank 71 74 Guenther Robert 74 94 Gunderson Eva 86 Gunderson M 66 74 Gunderson Maxlne 71 Haaek lean 84 Haas Ann 86 Hachnuester Roy 71 90 107 1 Hackett Joan 67 69 Haddock Gordon Hagen El2L1116 713 Hagen Janrs 7 Hahn Sh1rley 69 Harght Drana 74 Hllford James 74 60 69 Handtke Ge1hard 39 71 Gamble Betty 74 Ganser Adelxne 7 Canske Edward Garbers Lorene C Garblsch Leonr Gardlner Dorothy 68 Gardlner L1Ol1Cl 71 Gardner Donald 81 105 Gmn Mmlyn 68 Gautsch M113 67 71 Gent Orvlllc Gerletu Robert 60 C8 Lnbson Mernl 47 Grcre Do1othy 70 71 58 68 79 49 77 85 90 94 96 Hall Esther 86 Halverson L1ll1an 86 Haney Hanley Hanna Hanna Hansen Hanson Hanson Hanson Hinson Hmson Hanson Patr1c1a 75 Kenneth 77 George 10 76 94 101 Mark 51 75 94 Beverly 70 71 Adellne 51 61 64 80 Adella 39 Es er 47 48 5 61 C4 Gladys 86 Norma 30 47 Rodney 74 Grroux Edward 68 Glrsrud Gcorvu, 1? Gllck Gertrude 81 Gobrs Le Roy 71 Gochcnaur LOYITIDC Gollnrek Arden 80 Cordon V1rg1n1a 68 Gorman Katherme 71 67 80 Cosncll l'l111C6 79 Qossicld Arnun 67 Gottschalk Gordon 67 CJ G1 xbhorn Mldelle Graboxx HTTTIS 79 Grtf Garllne C9 Craunenz W1ll11111 74 Crm Clue 74 G115 lane 74 Grly Shnley 69 Green Mary AllLC Green Shlrley 77 Gre1l1nU Glldys 5 Gunsel Ghlrlotte 77 Cropp james 71 Grutsch John 71 1C 65 1:1511 Harper XV1l11aIn Harrrson Lorena 713 61 8 Hrrtley James 77 Hasbrouck Dav1d JO Hass Myron 69 Hassett Paul Z4 16 59 81 90 Hauqh Arl1e 60 80 Herherg Vngrnra 58 19 71 He1d Jem 86 He1der Elvabeth 69 Herser Arthur 81 Held Theodore 74 94 107 106 Helgeson Arlan 57 H6lU6SO11 lheodora 5 16 8 Helke Carl 69 Hemleben K rlton Helnhch W 67 Henry Dorothy 8 Herman Nlnr 34 85 Herold Bernlee 61 86 Heshp Lors 69 Hlckey Ambrose 67 7 Hrekey Mary 69 H11l1ard Mae 66 s 1 1 14 1 1 1 1 '- " - 1 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -' 1 1 1 1 19 1 ' V 1 1 '1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 .. . .. ,,, - .. - bt, ,r 1 1 1 1' , c l 1 . 1 L 1 18 5 . 1 1 L . - 1 1 , , -, 1 1-1 07 5 1 1 1 - A ' 1 1 1 1 , , , ..., L 1 1 1 , , - , bn, 78 , , :D ' 1 '1 1 1 1 .. . . , ,. r c , , --, L, .L, . , ,L , , C C 1.' 1 C 1 1 C V1 1 C 1 1 ., . .. 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' ,, . . 51 C 1 '31 1 1 .- , . 1 1 C 1 1 1 1 "' 7 1 f 1 1 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 Hoch, Ervin, 69, 71 Hoch, Verdine, Hoff, Mariolm, 34, 52, 55, 60, 77 Hoffman, Lynn, 62, 74, 104 Hoffman, Robert, 74, 104 Hogue, John, 69 Holak, William, 60, 80 Holicky, Jeannette, 71 Holmlund, Virginia, 42, 60, 64, 84 Homstad, Elinore, 55, 61, 84 Horn, Berdine, 86 Hope, Lyle, 51, 88, 90, 102, 107 House, Lawrence, 62, 86 Hovind, Mary Jane, 43, 84 Howarth, Loren, 51, 81 Howe, John, 69 Howland, Fred, 75, 90, 102 Hudovernik, Nonavee, 69 Huggett, Donald, 62, 79 Hughes, Edmond, 74, 94, 105 Hughes, Margery, 55, 76 Humphrey, Lyman, 1, 49, 58, 59, 81 Hunt, Lois, 34, 77 Hurd, Cleo, 65, 66, 67, 77 Hyer, Meryle, 83 Hyland, David, 59, 62, 71 Jackson, Stella Jacobs, Ellen, 83 Jacobson, Gordon, 79 Jacobson, Lucille, 34, 54, 78 Jaeger, Ruth, 52, 66 Jafek, Frances, 69 Jahn, Elaine, 60, 83 Jefferson, Theodore, 69 Jenks, Lois, 83 Jensen, Jewett, Dinniemaud, 61, 66, 76 Lucian, 71 Johnson, Carl, 34, 74 Johnson Johnson , Donald , Dorothea, 77 Johnson, Elayne, 74 Johnson, Kathryn, 59, 72 Johnson, Ruth, H., 61, 71 Johnson, Ruth, M., 62, 84 Johnson , Stanley, 69 Jones, Bernice, 60 Jones, Eleanor, 43, 84 Jones, Gwendolyn, 34, 55, 81 Jones, Harriet, 69 Jothen, Herman, 60, 62, 79 Jungbluth, John Kalus, Daniel, 34, 49, 78, 90, 94, 107 Keeler, Margery Kehrberg, Wilbur, 79 INDEX - Continued 90, 101 51563 Kelly, Howard, 30, 35, 51, 85, 90 Kelly, Tom, 51, 78, 90, 94 Kemske, Don, 35, 51, 59 Kemske, Dorothy, 59, 74 Kennedy, Orville Kennedy, Phyllis, 43, 84 Kennedy, Richard, 74 Kenney, John, 74, 105 Kenney, Leo, 76, 90, 98, 100, 106 Kenzie, Leota, 52, 61, 64, 66, 76 Keppel, Robert, 69, 90 Keppel, William, 35, 49, 56, 104 Kersey, Irwin, 50, 76, 107 Kiechler, Anna, 60, 69 Killian, Marcella, 83 Kinney, Malvina Kircher, Wayiie, 82 Kissling, Miriam, 76 Kletecka, Razy, 71 K1ing,Alfred, 35, 49, ss, 90, 94, 96, 10 Klinz, Alice Klores, Reata Klugow, LeRoy, 76, 94 Knoll, Oliver, 76, 94, Qs, 100, 104 Knudtson, M., 69 Knutson, Ken, 74 Koch, Ruth, 69 Koehler, Phyllis, 35 Koetting, John, 51, 81, 90, 106 Kostelic, Anthony Krause, James Kriesel, Irene, 86 Kroener, Mae, 63, 84 Kroll, Clara, 69 Kroner, Grace, 63, 71 Krueck, Edward, 35, 48, 78, 90 Krueger, Lloyd, 71 Krueger, Louis, 57, 58, S1 Kukolsky, Priscilla, 69 Kunert, Marian, 83 Kunz, Alice, 74 Kunzelman, George Laetsch, Gerald, 49, 77, 88, 91 Lahm, Bill, 69 ' Lake, Kathleen, 35, 55, 56, 82 Lamb, John, 72, 67, 59 Lambert, Gordon Lange, Doris, 83 Larrabee, Dale, 76, 94, 104 Larson, Ellen, 79 Larson, Jean, 1, 54, 56, 59 Larson, Margaret, 71 Lass, Dick, 76, 94, 96, 105 Lawsha, Beth, 60, 83 -Q J Laursen, Betha, 54, 84 Lawrynk, Lyndon, 69 Lee, Ethelyn, 69 Leland, Beverly, 79 INDEX - Continued Le May, Bernard, 49, 60, 78, 91, 102, 108 Lemmel, Patricia, 76 Lenz, Adrian, 50, 76, 91, 102 Leverenz, Donald, 51, 81, 91, 94 Lien, Marie, 35, 53, 85 Lindley, Evans, 69 Lindley, Kenneth Lindloff, Gilbert, 74, 98, 100 Lindlow, Rita, 69 Link, Roy, 74, 103 Linse, Esther, 36, 83 Linse, Helena, 54 Lintner, Dorothy, 75 Logernann, Lillian, 76 Loushine, VVillia1n, 74, 102 Lowe, John, 72 Lowe, Joyce, 83 Luebke, Mildred, Lund, Helen, 69 54, 77 Lupie, Francis, 76, 98, 100, 104 Lutiger, Betty, 55, 84 Lyons, John, 71 Mackey, Gale, 36, 48, 50, 59, 82 MacNiven, Alex, 76, 94, 102 Madson, John, 79 Mahlke, Virginia, 36, 55, 85 Mahoney, Neill, 71, 55 Main, Milton, 69 Major, Virgil, 62, 60, 79 Maiike, Jerome, 76, 104 Mara, Marie, 83 M31'COtf, Elaine, 43, 55, 85 Marcou, Edward, 69 Marek, Lillian, 74 Marking, Margaret, 30, 43, 53 Mzlrshall, Bessie, 76 Martineau, Florence, 76 Martinson, Duane Mason, Joseph, 80 Mathison, Madeline, 54, 77 lvlayo, David, 62, 80, 91, 105 McCann, Frances, 43, 86 NlcCauley, Betty, 71, 55, 67, McCoy, Robert, 80, 91 107 64, 66 61, 84 McDonald, Robert, 71, 69, 91, 102, 106 McDoi1ald, Williain, 62 McGovern, Thomas, 72 McGinley, Frederick, 49, 80, 104 IvIcGlynn, T., 79 McMillan, Malcolnm, 69, 104 f157J McPeek, Williani, 50, 62, 58 Mealy, Joane, 83 Meincke, Ralph, 72 Melby, Melby, Dorothy, 83 Marvin, 66, 76 Melvin, Rosemary, 86 Menhardt, Julia, 36, 48, Merkel, Lorraine, 74 Mertens, Lorraine, 67, 74 52, 53, 56, Mertes, Mona, 55, 76 Meyer, Dorothea, 36, 78 Meyer, Elvera, 74 Meyer, F., 60 Meyer, Joyce, 74 Mielke, Le Roy, 74, 94, 96, 105 Milbrath, Russel, 76 Miller, Ralph, 104 Miller, Raymond, 50, 77, 108 Millis, Violet, 43, 53, 84 Mlsna, Elaine, 61, 86 Moh, Narbert, 69 Mohiis, Ramona, 52, 76 Montgomery, Donald, 76, 102 Moore, Moore, Mary, 60, 63, 77 William, 72 Moriarity, Gerald, 72, 48, 49, 67, 59, 58, 94, 101 lvlorris, Monica, 36, 54, 67, 59, 58, 82 Nlortimer, Duane, 79 Mott, Georgia, 60, 63, 77 Mueckler, Ernest, 51, 77, 88, 91, 94, 105 Mueller, Jane, 83 Mueller, Jerry, 76, 105 lvluenster, Williaiii, 71, 49 Mulder, Florence Mulder, Betty, 83 Musolf, Lucille, 74 Nader, Charles, 49, 77, 88, 106 Naus, Irwin, 72, 50, 59, 58 Neitzel, Nelson N elson Nelson Nelson Nerby, N ettes Virginia, 36, 58, 78 George, 80 Jean, 43 Kathryn, 74 Lois, 79 Sheldon, 81, 104 eim Jean 54, 77 h , , , . Nevins, Ruth, 36, 78 Newman, John, 71 Nicol, Jason, 62, 59, 58, 81 Niebuhr, Ferne, 84 Niebuhr, La Verne, 84 Nordhus, Philip, 49, 62, 81 Norman, Martha, 61, 74 Norris, Gertrude Nottestad, Mary, 83 Nowak, Marion, 66, 77 65, 61, 78 INDEX -- Continued O'Brien, Alice, 76 O'Brien. Mary, 54, 77 Oesau, Joan, 75 Ofstedahl, Agnes, 44, 53, 61, 85 Oines, Ole, 79, 101 Oliver, Margaret, 37, 54, 82 Olsen, Steiner, 77 Olson, Gust, 72 Olson, Herman, 62, 60, 80 Olson, Lillian, 86 Olson, Marilyn, 86 Olson, Maynard, 71 Olszewski, Albin, 37, 50, 104 Oren, Clarice, 75 Orr, Orman, 79 Overlien, Earl, 75 Owen, Betty, 84 Owen, Vilas, 94, 96 Pace, Ruth, 84 Packman, Maxine, 54, 77 Padesky, Elizabeth, 71, 65 Padesky, Jeanne, 83 Paeth, Maurice, 75 Palley, J., 55 Papenfuss, Carl, 69 Pappas, John, 79, 94, 105 Parker, Rachel, 84 Paulsen, Robert, 81 Paulson, Luther, 57, 66, 81 Pederson, Jack, 51, 77, 88, 91, 94, 96 Patros, Wilson, 69 Pelton, Montross, 37, 49, 88, 91, 94 Pendleton, Raymond, 63, 79 Peterson, Andrew, 79 Peterson, Gertrude, 71 Peterson, June, 37, 48, 54, 82 Pfeifer, Maudie, 77 Pieper, Edgar, 76 Pieterick, Raymond, 69 Prange, Elizabeth, 37, 52, 56, 65 Preuss, Lillian, 83 Proksch, Marjorie, 64, 80 Prussing, Harriet, 80 Prybylowski, Florence, 52, 77 Quarberg, Clayton, 71, 63 Quinn, James, 51, 97, 94 Quinn, Ruth, 86 Rabehl, Gordon Rach, Cyril, 75 Reichert, Eldred 51583 Reinehr, Mary Elizabeth, 84 Remmel, Donald, 75, 37 Rennebohm, Walter, 88, 91 Reuter, Ellyn, 79 Richards, Bruce, 60, 63, 69 Richter, Grace, 44, 53 Riebe, Leonard, 50, 91, 101, 104 Rigotti, Betty, 76 Rilling, Henry, 75, 104 Robarge, Dorothy, 58, 65, 76 Roberts, Allen, 71, 75 Robey, B., 60 Robinson, Ailsa, 58, 59, 60, 64 Roellig, Lucille Rood, Wiriton, 63, 72 Rose, Walter, 72 Rosendahl, Myrtle, 80 Rossiter, John, 72 Rossiter, Richard, 69 Roy, Mary, 84 Rudolph, Wilfred, 59, 69 Rudrud, Dolores, 69 Ruesch, Rartwig, 37, 50, 78, 94, 96 Ruesch, Ruth Ruggles, Janet, 52, 53, 65, 77 Rundahl, Hazel, 61, 86 Runnestrand, Ruth, 37, 53, 61, 81 Ruud, Dorothy, 69 Ruud, Fred, 69 Rynning, Jeannette, 63, 69 Samp, Bernard, 60 Sandwick, Audrey, 61, 83 Sayer, John, 38, 78, 91, 102, 107 Sayner, Marshall, 69, 71 Schaller, Helen Schaller, Roland, 38, 51, 78 Schallock, Donald, 81 Schauer, Leona, 177 Schlaak, Ottrner, 62, 71 Schlegel, Betty, 61 Schluter, Joan, 75 Schmidley, Margaret, 52, 54, 56, 58, 77 Schmiedlin, Sara J., 38, 55, 78 Schoenmann, Scott, 79 Schrader, Arvilla, 52, 54, 77 Schramka, Ruth Schroeder, F. Schubert, John, 63 Schultz, Herman, 71 Schultz, Karl, 71 Schumacher, Audrey, 38, 52, 65, 78 Schwartz, Paul, 60, 62, 98, 100, 104 Schwirtz, Ben, 72 Scoield, Vera, 82 Seemuth, Lillian, 76 Seno, Leslie, 81 Seppanen, Henry, 75 Severson, Loyal, 75 Shelley, Barthar, 50, 77, 88 Sherette, Carmen, 67, 84 Sinnen, Joyce, 83 Skemp, Betty, 58, 67, 84 79 Slaver, Juanita, 60, INDEX - Continued Smale, Mildred, 84 Smith, Claribel, 70 Smith, Kenneth, 70 Smith, Peter L., 76, 91, 94, 96, 104 Snyder, Carole, 38, 61, 85 Soltau, Wilbert, 70 Soltau, Delhert, 70 Sorenson, Ellen, 84 Spangenberg, Maurice, 79 Spears, Marjorie, 70 Spears, Ralph, 62, 70, Sprague, Marion, 65, Sprehn, George S., 38, 56, 58, 79, 102 78 Stageman, Florence, 60, 70 Standke, Fred G. 38, 50, 78 Stangl, Claude, 71 1 Starks, Henry, 75, 105 Stavell, E., 64 Steele, John, 81 Steensen, Florence, 72 Steiner, Donald, 49, 76 Steinmetz, Frances, 44, 85 Stenerson, Myrtle, 44, 86 Stephan, Amelia, 79 Steuer, Cathryn, 54, 76 Stitzer, Joan, 75 Stluka, Margaret, 84 Storandt, Lucille, 44, 85 Stluka, Regis, 84 Storch, Jack, 76 Stortz, Robert, 72 Storzer, Georgia, 61, 75 Stowell, Elaine, 76 Strouts, Robert, 71 Strzelczyk, Robert, 67, 76 Stry, Paul, 63, 70 Strittmater, Wallace, 62, 70 Stuart, Harris, 39, 43, 78, 88, Stulken, Donald, 1, 58, 59, 81 Sule, Peter, 66 Sumstad, John, 91 Sundet, Ruth, 70 Swain, Ismya, 76 Sweet, Betty, 63, 67 Sweet, Robert, 67 Sweet, William, 70, 72 Sword, Dean, 75, 105 82,91 91,94,97 f159J Talledge, Benjamin, 79 Talledge, Phyllis, 84 Tannuzzo, Pat, 76 Taubert, Geraldine, 64, 84 Teckam, Helen, 53, 56, 61, 81 Tews, Richard, 1, 39, 49, 58, 78 Thayer, Virginia, 70 Thiel, Gordon, 39, 82 Thomas, Glenn, 48, 57, 66, 81 Thomasgaard, Alice, 79 Thompson, Kenneth, 50, 70 Thompson, Mary, 84 Thul, Ralph Thurston, Doris, 44, 85 Tjorstad, Janice, 70 Tofson, Joyce, 64, 70 Toraasen, Ethel, 84 Torgersen, Theron, 62 Troger, Katherine, 84 Troyanek, Ruth, 70 Twesme, Gladys Tyler, Joan, 70 Taarvig, Beverly, 53, 56, 81 Ulichny, Karl, 43, 78, 91, 94, 96 102 Ulleberg, Harriette, 60, 77 Vergeront, Barbara, 44, 54, 60, 85 Verlo, Clayton, 70 Vick, Lois, 75 Von Arx, Jacob, 70 Vaaler, Christopher, 80 Van Loon, Doris, 63, 83 Van Ostrand, Dulcia Vaughn, Mabel Veclvik, Margaret, 83 Wagner, Genevieva Wale, George, 39, 51, 56 Walker, Gorden, 50, 105 Wall, A., 80 Wallace, Dorothy Rae, 80 Walling, Riley, 80, 94, 97 Walljasper, Austin Walsh, Margaret, 75 Walter, Benjamin, 76, 94, 97 Wanner, Edith, 84 Warriner, Doris, 80 Waterman, Dale, 72 Waterman, Shirley J,, 39, 55, 60, 63, 82 Water, Mildred, 77 Waterstreet, Wanda, 55, 67, 76 Watson, Betty, 84 INDEX - Continued Weaver, R., 80 Webb, Stella Weber, Edward, 39, 50, 66, 82, 91 Webster, Clement, 75 Weeks, Harriett I., 64, 61, 70 Wegner, Art, 51, 77, 88, 91, 94, 97 Weiner, Roy, 81 Weisbecker, Iris, 30, 48, 55 Weisbecker, Robert, 72, 60 Weiss, Gale, 80, 107 Welsh, Katerine, 52, 53, 56, 77 Welda, Spencer, 80 Wenzel, Betty J., 53 Werling, Frank, 80, 94, 96 Werner, Arthur, 75, 102 Weriuer, Vance, 70 Weverstad, Doris, 70 Vx7heeler, Phyllis Wheeler, Rosalee, 75 Wheelock, Ted, 43, 76, 91, 105 Whiting, Charles, 89, 98, 100, 105 Whitney, Harriett, 75 Whitting, Richard, 72 Wiederhoeft, Edith, 39, 72, 61 Wiederhoeft, Waldeniar, 81, 82 Wiezorek, Angeline, 76 Wiley, Helen, 40, 55, 85 Wilhelm, Arnold, 75, 98, 100, 104 Vxfilk, Stanley Willcox, Lena, 84 Williams, Sebell, 80 Williamson, Lois, 40, 53, 64, 60, 78 Wilsey, Beryl, 78 Winetzki, 65, 76 Wing, Zane, 80 11601 Witzke, Paul, 81 Wolf, Irene, 54, 57, 58, 81 Wolf, Nancy, 70 Wolf, Ruth, 83 Wollan, Gerald, 71, 70 Woods, Kathryn, 70 Wostal, Marjorie, 61, 70 Woychik, Reman, 67, 70 Wright, James, 72, 59 Wright, Iv1arion, 77 Wulk, Ned, 49, 76, 91, 94, 96, 98, 100 Wunderlick, Jeanne, 75 Wyss, Verna, 54, 64, 61, 84 Yolton, Donald, 72, 104 Young, Edward, 70 Young, Malcolm Youngberg, Helen Zoerb, Edgar, 70 Zarske, Newland, 72 Zehner, John, 75 Zemlick, Warren, 80 Zernecke, James, 72, 67, 62 Ziegweid, M., 67 Ziemann, Norman, 80 Zietlow, Evelyn, 61 Ziemmerlnan, Wallace, 80, 104 Zirbel, Lawrence, 75 Zingler, Victor, 40, 78, 101, 104 Ziske, Esther, 75 Zitzner, Fern, 80 IIAMMERSMITH-KORTMEYER CO Engravers K Printers Milwzmkc-c, NVisconsin f 5'5" vu? 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