University of Wisconsin Milwaukee - Ivy Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

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THE IVY 1956 'LWWALWV M l k W do L Q 0 A , 'Q '. rf' 3 m ' ffl Publication of the Commonwealth Wisconsin State Coll D iwau ee, isconsin ln this year of 1956, the my walled state college on Downer Avenue ln Mllwaukee l8 gotng orwarfl ln growth and ex panszon From the old Mzluaukee State Normal School, to Mllwaltkee State Teachers College, to Wzsconsln State College, Milwaukee, to Us newest name, the Unlverslty o WISCONSIN Mllwaukee, our college has progressed step by step We look back at our past hzstory, but, above all, our eyes are on the future and the great potential we possess Soon we wlll be jommg the acllltles of the Umverslty of Wls conszn tn Mllwaukee wzth those on our lovely campus, growing enrollment Thus year, the Ivy takes a look at the events and actwmes dur-mg our last year as Wzsconsm State College, hoping they will ever be a cherlshefl memory o your college :lays here Anil so usmg the age olll gures of the square, the lflllllgll' and the clrcle, we symbolzze our past, and uszng the con temporary art work superlmposell on these symbols 0 the past, ue look orward to a bright uture as the Unlverslty o WISCOIISIH Mllwaukee, whlch wlll be lnult on the founrlatlon o our outslanflzng lustory I I X I I .I f V l - looking forward to a continuous building program mul ever V I Z I f I . l l 1 e ff. ' .' .' f . ' . f n . f . - . . f f . A f . Contents Administration . . Classes. . Sports . . Government . . Organizations . Campus Life . . Administration President Klotsche Wisconsin State College's present growth and its further expansion of facilities undoubtedly owes much to the efforts of our president. Dr. I. Martin Klotsche. We can all be very proud of this leadership ability that helped to make our school an important educational institution. Although he is busy with regular administrative duties and participation in campus social functions, there are many outside activities that hold his interest. Some of these include: member of the board of directors for the Milwaukee Art Institute, chairman of the Greater Milwaukee Plan- ning committee. member oi committees for the North Central Association of Colleges and the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, member of both the American and Mississippi Valley historical associations, mem- ber of the Wisconsin and National Education Associations, and chairman oi the National Program committee ol the National Conference of Christians and Iews. His extensive travels in Europe and his wide experience in both radio and television as moderator for round table programs and as news commentator and analyst are other reasons why Dr. Klotsche is such a well-known educator. Deans Robert E. Norris. the Dean of Wisconsin State College. is not only general supervisor of academic affairs but director of the Liberal Arts Division and head oi the Mathematics Department. Besides these duties his busy sched- ule includes: supervising admissions to the college. scholarship, and the graduating exercises. Our Dean of Women. Charlotte Wollaeger. is always ready and willing to help students with problems. Her odiice is the place where many college activities are coordinated and where women's housing and working situa- tions are supervised. Miss Wollaeger is also very active in numerous organizations on the campus where she advises CEB committees. the Intersorority Council. and the College Women's Association. Herman Kluge is not only the Dean ol Men but is also Head oi the Physical Education Department. Taking care of the men's housing needs and employment and counseling in personal matters are services oi his office. Right along with these many responsibilities Mr. Kluge advises CEB committees. the lnterfraternity Council and is our football and swimming coach. s They Leave Leavmg hxs post as Drvrsron Drrector of Secondary Educatxon Iohn C Lazenby 15 retmng after many years of faxthful servrce He holds hrs BA degree from the Indrana Umversrty and hrs MA degree from the Umversxty of Chrcago Although he was extremely busy wrth teachxng and gurdmg students he partxcrpccted rn Plu Delta Kappa Kappa Delta P1 many educatlonal assocratrons and community and church orgaruzatxons After thxrty mne years as the Head of the Brology Department Wrllrarn Henry Atwood 1S retrrmg rn Iune He recerved the AB degree from Hope College the M A degree from Washxngton Umversrty and the MS degree from the Umversrty of WISCOHSHI He rs the author of many textbooks deahng with brology and of several research papers Orlando Ovem came to Wrsconsm State College rn 1946 and rs now retmng after hrs years of servrce rn the Mathematics Department He holds the AB degree from the Umversrty of Mrnnesota AM degree from the Um versxty of Chicago and the PhD from Columbra Unrversxty Lucxle Evans Swendsen who rs leavmg at the end of the semester began to teach at Wrsconsm State College rn 1929 She holds an AB degree from Mxlwaukee Downer College and an MS degree from the Umverslty of Chxcago As an Assrstant Professor rn the Brology Department she has found txme to wrxte several arhcles for maga zlnes and also has been actlve ln biology groups and church orgamzatrons In 1920 F E I Wxlde accepted a teachrng posrtron rn the hrstory department at the college Now havxng ful lxlled hrs dutres he wrll retire rn Iune He received hrs BA and MA degrees at the Umversxty of Wxsconsm was a Unrversxty Scholar rn Hrstory Unwersrty Fellow rn Hlstory at the Unrversrty of Wrsconsm and was a Harrrson Fellow rn Hxstory at the Umversxty of Pennsylvanra After many years of feedrng hungry students Mary C Duftey IS retrrrng as the manager of the cateterxa at Wrs consm State College She began her work here on March 15 1932 and has grven us long and friendly servrce Her future plans include travelrng wlth her sxster through Europe and the Brrtrsh Isles Ethel C Rothwell has spent thrrty two years as the teacher and supervlsor ot the fourth grade at the Campus School and rs now retmng Her BS and MA degrees were recexved from Columbra Unrversxty She partrcrpated rn many actrvmes outsrcle of school and among them was her work as a sponsor ot the Iumor Red Cross and a Board Member of the Protestant Busmess Womens Councrl Le t Iohn C Lazenby Ethel Rothwell F E I Wrlde 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 . . . 1 . . , . . . . . 1 1 . ' 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . . . . . 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 - . , . . 1 1 Counselors, Dlrectors DIRECTORS Dr Adolph Suppom D1rector oi Extensron cmd Summer Sessxon Dr Lee Mathews Dlrector of Fzeld Servxces Mr Frank Hxmmelmcmn Duector of the Campus Laboratory School COUNSELORS Miss Mane Merkel Director of Freshman Orlentcz Kramer Vocatxonal Guxdcmce DIVISION DIRECTORS Row 1 Mxss Charlotte Mayor Art Educatxon Mxss Ahce Streng Excephoncxl Education Row 2 Mr Robert Norns Lxberal Arts Mr Mrlton Busch Muslc Educcztxon Mr Iohn Luzenby Secondary Educctlon Dr Necx1B11lmgs Elementary Educcrhon E o I ' I I up f it ,, I I XS, gi w f ss, E tion: Dr. Dale Nance. Psychologist cmd Instructor: Mr. Pierce F acult RALPH ADERMAN HAROLD AHLGREN Assoc1ateProiessor Enghsh Assocxate Professor Jour PhD Umversxty of Wxs nahsm MS ln I North consm western Umversxty IAMES ANTHONY WILLIAM ATWOOD Ass1stantProiessor Bxology Professor Blology MS PhD Umversny ot M1chx Umversxty of Wxsconsxn gan ERNEST BELLIS BARBARA BIXBY Professor Chemistry M S Assxstant Professor Campus Marquette Umversxty School MA Northwestern UHIVGISIIY 10 z, ,sv ' 111 ,1 . if PAUL ANDERSON Assocxate Professor Muslc M Mus Unxversxty of M1ChlgQn - rr 1 ELIZABETH ANHALT Ass1stantProiessor Speech Northwestem Unwersxty Marquette Unxversxty State Teachers College Mrlwau ee PEARL AUGSPURGER MONICA BAYLEY Instructor College Nurse News Bm-eau B A Law B A Marquette Umversxty fence College BERNICE BLAKELY VALBUR BORGER Assxstant Professor Campus Assxstant Professor Audlo School BS MA North Visual BA MA Umver western Umverslty sxty of Wxsconsm ' ' ' I I I I 1 -I ' ' n p 1 ' 1 1 I - . I 1 1 , I - . . , I . . f 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 I . ., ' . -1 ' 1 . 11 . , M ,J A. , A it 2 . BE. , V 5 ,. 5 . 3 , . ' '. - -E f ' P 1 ,L " 71" , p ts , 1 '- j Y' -m 1 ff' , r 5. 1 V N? ' 11-2 LY , . ., 1 1 I ' . I . .1 I . 11 - -1 ' 1 - -I ' -I ' WILLARD BRANDT Associate Professor, Edu- cation: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. IAMES BURGESS Military Science: Major. LURA CARRITHERS Associate Professor, Educa- tion: M.A.. University of Michigan, Ph.D., Northwest- ern University. ROBERT BRISKEY Assistant Professor, Speech: B.A., M.A., Wayne Univer- sity. VIRGINIA BURKE Associate Professor, Eng- lish: M.A., Columbia Uni- versity. li -tixtcnsr T . E it W fWM,w..s. . MIRIAM DALE Assistant Professor. Campus School, M.A.. University of Michigan. LAWRENCE BRYAN Military Science: Assistant PMST: B.S., Oklahoma A G M. :sa all -ri LOU ELLA BURMEISTER Instructor, English. M.S., University of Wisconsin. RICHARD H. DANA Professor, Psy- A.B.. Princeton Assistant chology: University: M,S., Ph.D., Uni- versity oi Illinois. LUCILLE BURGDORF Assistant Professor, Campus School: M.A.. Columbia Uni- versity. CLEON C. CALDWELL Assistant Professor, Educa- V tion: B.S., M.E., University of Oregon. LEROY W. DANIELS Assistant Professor, Music: B.M., Illinois Wesleyan Uni- versity: M.M., University of Michigan. 11 WILLIAM DONNELLY Assxstcmt Professor Speech MS Northwestern Umver sxty ARTHUR ELSE Assocmte Professor Eco nomxcs cxncl Soclology Ph M Umversrty oi Wxsconsm ...HS RUTH MARY FOX Professor Enghsh MA Umversxty of WISCOHSIH 12 IOHN DULKA Assocxate Professor L brcrry MS School of L1 brory Servxce Columbno UHIVEISILY DONALD EMERSON Assocxate Professor Enghsh PhD Umversxty of Wrs consm ELIZABETH FABRY Instructor Llbrcxry PhM Umversxty of Wlsconsm EILEEN DUNDON Instructor Art BS Wzs consm State College M11 woukee HUGO ENGELMANN Assxstcmt Professor Socx ology PhD Unxversxty of Wxsconsm MARY FARQUHAR Dxrector of Speech Chnrc BS Lowell State Tecxchers College MEd Boston Um versny FERN EHLERS Assxstunt Protessor Physx cal Educcxtron S Crosse State College M Ed Marquette Umversxty ROBERT ERDMAN Assocxote Professor Ecluccl txon MS Umversrty of Ilhnors MAXWELL FREEMAN Professor Englxsh PhD Unrversxty of Wlsconsm . ' , fit E, TJ " UQ -J .tlrz N S , 'TX ,Q t - . . . : . .. - - -, - H ' - '- ' : B. .. La ' , I . ' ' 1 tw 'ty V in ' 5111- t 1 1' I ' :sire ss w -15.5 ,- has "mu mv Us as 1 2 B nl 'H B 3. s. E ss 5 'E . tt H H , 4,51 l , .K , 1 . .. . I . ., I . I . .. I 1 u ' IQSEPH FRIEBERT Associate Professor, Art: B.S., State Teachers Col- lege, Milwaukee. LUCILLE GLEISSNER Assistant Proiessor, Campus School: B.S., Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee. 1 , L LOIS GRIGGS Professor, Education. M.A., Columbia University. LESTER FUHRMANN Assistant Professor: Speech: M.A.. Northwestern Univer- sity. GEORGE H. GOUNDIE Assistant Professor. Art: M.F.A., State University oi Iowa. .11 HENRY GROVE Military Science: Master- Sergeant. IOSEPH H. GAMSKY Military Science: Sergeant lst Class. MARY GRANT Librarian: M.S., University of Wisconsin. P s l I IE- 11 iw. l. EDGAR T. GUENTHER Military Science: Lieutenant- Colonel. CHARLES GARCIA Military Science: Sergeant: TERENCE GRIEDER Instructor. Art: B.A., Uni- versity of Colorado: M.S., University of Wisconsin. t l GORDON HAFERBECKER Professor, Economics and Sociology: Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. 13 ANITA HANKWITZ Associate- Professor, Music: M.A., Columbia University ROLF HICKMAN Assistant Professor, Art: B.S., Penn State College: Graduate, Ozenfant School of Fine Arts: M.Ed.. Penn- sylvania State University. CORNELIUS C. IANZEN Professor, Economics and Sociology: Ph.D.. University of Chicago. 14 IRENE HARBECK Education: B.S., M.A.. Co- lumbia University. as 55 . GRACE HILDRETH Associate Professor, Physi- cal Education: B.E., State Teachers College. La Crosse. WILLIAM IENKINS Assistant Professor, English: Ph.D., University of Illinois. IRENE HARNEY Assistant Professor, Campus School: M.A., Northwestern University. DONALD HILL Assistant Professor, Busi- ness Manager: M.B.A., Uni- versity of Wisconsin. ESTHEH IEPSON Assistant Professor, Music: B.M.E., Illinois Wesleyan: M.M.E., University oi Colo- rado. is C. TINSLEY HELTON Associate Professor, English: Ph.D.. University of Minne- sota, if. zz M iv, ANTHONY INGRELLI Associate Professor, Educa- tion: M.A., Columbia Uni- versity. DONALD IOHNSON Military Science: Master- Sergeant. ARNOLD IONES Music: M.A., Marquette Uni- versity. ARMIN KRAFT Associate Professor, Physi- cal Education: M.S., Uni- versity oi Wisconsin. ETHEL KUNKLE Associate Professor, Educa- tion: Ph.D., Northwestern University. FRED H. KAUFMANN Assistant Professor. Biol- ogy: M.S., Michifjan State University: B.S., Ph.D., Uni- versity of Wisconsin. PIERCE KRAMER - Assistant Professor, Guid- ance: B.A., M.S., University of Wisconsin. ELIZABETH LEE Assistant Professor, Li- brary: B.S., M.E.. State Teachers College, Milwau- kee. ELIZABETH KERR Associate Professor, English: Ph.D., University of Minne- sota. THEODORE KRAYNIK Instructor, Art: M. F. A., Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomtield Hills. Michigan. WAYNE LUNDBERG Military Science: Master- Sergeant. ELOISE KOELLING Assistant Professor, Music: M. Mus. Ed., Northwestern University. RUTH KRIEHN Assistant Professor. Physi- cal Education: M.S., Uni- versity of Wisconsin. PATRICIA MAHON Associate Professor, Music: M.S.Mus., Union Theologi- cal Seminary. 15 , CHARLOTTE MAIOR Proiessor. Art: B.S., M.A.. Columbia University. . IOHN NASH Professor, History: Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. CLARENCE OLSEN Associate Professor, For- eign Languages: M.A., Mar- quette University. 16 DOROTHY MEREDITH Assistant Professor. Art: M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art. HANS NESTLBICHLER Foreign Languages: Teach- ers College. Vienna. .s LH gk. FREDERICK OLSON Associate Professor. His- tory: Ph.D.. Harvard Uni- versity. DOROTHY MINIACE Associate Professor. Radio- TV: B.S., M.A., Columbia University. R. DALE NANCE Associate Professor, Psye chologyp Ph.D.. University of Iowa. LANORE NETZER Associate Professor, Educa- tion: Ph. D., University of Wisconsin. MANFRED OLSON Professor. Physics: M.S.. University of Michigan. 1-. VERNA NEWSOME Professor. English: M.A.. University of Wisconsin. ORLANDO OVERN Mathematics: Ph.D.. Colum- bia University. CHESTER PAYNE Instructor, Campus School: B.A., St. Francis Seminary. Milwaukee: M.A., Columbia University, New York. ARTHUR REZNY Assistant Professor, Educa- tion: M.S., University of Illinois. PATRICIA ROSEN KRAN Z Instructor. Art: M.A.. Mex- ico City College Mexico. sm- BURTON POTTERVELD Associate Professor, Art: Layton School of Art, Uni- versity ol Wisconsin: Uni- versity of Iowa. m.sm,-:uses l. 1 MARY IO READ RUSSELL REBHOLZ Professor, Geography: Ph. D., University of Wiscon- sin. Associate Professor, Physi- cal Education: M.S., Uni- versity of Wisconsin. IRWIN RINDER ORAL ROBBINS LORETTA ROPELLA Assistant Professor, Sociol- Associate Professor, Mathe- ogy: M.A., Ph.D., Univer- matics: M.A., University of sity of Chicago. Illinois. Instructor, Sociology and Economics: B.A., College of St. Teresa, Minnesota:M,S. S.W., Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Exam ss - ia 'ss ,S M , msn :sms mm -as em mn- s sn as H . iw ETHEL ROTHWELL PETER SALAMUN CORA SCANLON Associate Professor, Campus Associate Professor, Biol- Associate Professor, Foreign School: B.S., M.A., Colum- ogy: Ph.D., University of Languages: M.A., Middle- bia University. Wisconsin. bury College. 17 ROBERT SCHELLIN Associate Professor, Art: M.S., University of Wiscon- sin. EMMET SHIPMAN Associate Professor, Biol- ogy: Ph.D., University of Illinois. CDeceased April, 19567. 1 MARIELE SCHIRMER Associate Professor, Foreign Languages: Ph.D., Univer- sity oi Wisconsin. GORDON SHIPMAN Associate Proiessor. Soci- ology: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Vi' IACK SNAVELY Instructor, Music: B.S., Le- banon Valley College, Penn- sylvania: M.M., University of Michigan. 18 RUTH STOVEKEN Assistant Professor. Geog- raphy: M.S., University of Wisconsin. ARTHUR SCHOELLER Associate Professor, Educa- tion: Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. B. R. SIEBRING Assistant Professor, Chem- istry: Ph.D., Syracuse Uni- versity. GREGORIA KARIDES SUCHY Assistant Professor, Music: M.Mus., Northwestern Uni- versity. HOWARD SCHROEDTER Campus School: M.S., Wis- consin State College. Mil- waukee. ,H --A- - -M Y .,., T... . if it 'i, 1 K I in f l. n K MARIAN SILVEUS Professor. History: Ph.D.. University of Wisconsin. ,lk ....,.- s.....n, . i ly, RAY SUCHY Associate Professor, Phys- ics: Ph.M. University of Wisconsin. LUCILE EVANS SWENDSEN Assistant Professor, Biology: M.S.. University of Chicago. ERNESTINE TROEMEL Associate Professor, Physi- cal Education: M.A., Co- lumbia University. HE? LILLAH WEBSTER Instructor, Campus School Library: State Teachers Col- lege, Milwaukee, Univer- sity of Wisconsin Library School. OLIVE THOMAS IOHN TIERNEY Professor, Geography: M.S., Associate Professor, Physi- University ot Wisconsin. HARVEY UBER Professor. Geography: Ph.D., Marquette University. ..i.,.-...WHT H--. ,Vw I I HERMAN WEII. Professor. Education and Psychology: Ph.D., Univer- sity oi Marburg, Germany. cal Education: M.A.. North- western University. ROBERT VON NEUMANN Professor, Art: Graduate oi Royal Academy, Berlin: Master pupil of Professor Doeper cmd Orlik: Student of Hans Hofman, New York. ELIZABETH WHEELER Assistant Professor, Cam- pus School: M.A., North- western University. RALPH TILLEMA Assistant Professor, Music: Student of Josef Lhevinne. Hugo Kaun. and Wilhelm Klatte, Berlin. FLORENCE L. WALZL Associate Protessor, English: B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Univer- sity oi Minnesota. WILLIAM WHITTINGTON Military Science: Assistant PMST: B.S., United States Military Academy. 19 F E I WILDE VALESKA WOLLAEGER Professor Hxstory MA Asslstcmt Professor Cam UHIVSISXQY of Wxsconsm pus School MA Columbla Umverslty ORTHA WILNER DONALD WOODS Professor Lcztm PhD Um Professor Head I.-lbICII!Gl1 verszty ofCh1ccxgo MSLS Unxversxiy of I1 hnoxs Inez Weaver, reserve llbrcman Thora Olson. Iexibook llbl'U1'lUU 20 Q new mswgg Eg? on mm' ki' E, ewes we H E H M BSS B mb' H I sf B . I H Ni I 5 wg ' ' ma 1 , EP' Bw E 1-' - nl nl ' ' Q 2 H E' , E new EH H WB lla , E , E . . , -5 1 I . .. 1 ' ' . , - ., R 1 . . as , ' 'E 1.x H H . .... , taff Donald Hill, Business Manager. Arthur W. Casebeer, director of student ac tivities cmd the Student Union. Q, .Mt Secretaries - Row 1: Delores Schott, Ioan Bruelke, Donna Weber, Marlene Miller. Row 2: Velita Consie, Irene Lcmgmcm, Audrey Bonville. Dolores Pohlmann. Helen Garrett. 21 College 2 Row 1: Florence Kuter, Olga Gulowku. Row 2 Registrar Lurlyn Williams. Emillie Urudnicek. Mary Dufiey ccdetencx manager Betty Ccxstlemcm drrector of housmg Services Elmer Borhoien college pamter Perry Hubbard sup ermlendent of buxldmg cmd mcxmtenance Ernest Sod erstrom college carpenter Below Rodney Marquardt the Manager of the Book Store and his cxsslstcmt Mildred Ioers wzth a student customer mm ya WYQMW I '35A.'Wb 23 ,,Y,,,.' , . J , ,. 5-., . ' ,- l O 1 A , F I' . : , - , . p 1 , 4 : , ll V. ' 'KL K 985 Xl. wxs. ' . Ilxx' A Xlwm 'AKEN W fgw lggzwgplffaxiiylglgfyl-,W we , H H pi 1, xl' ll HW M " I' 'N' 'TV' 'FTW ', ' ' w H ' ' K, ,W yf.. U e.', 1 W .lm ,,,,,,, , W W , - ell ll. M-,NW W3515f,51,!,,.g-m".l ll K l fl rw . sl . sig? l J, H 2 A 1 A, ,K I , L M K . .I an gsm .W 'Q-s F ,Q W , 355, is if neil V , k N Cla 1 I xx N1 X! xi xi xi xl xf xi xf x! xf N! Q9 x! S2 Senior SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Row l: Ioanne Krueger Treasurer: Louise Sander, Secretary. Row 2: Robert Zieg ler, Vice-President: Iohn Sullivan, President. This year's senior class, led by Iohn Sullivan. president: Robert Ziegler, vice- president: Louise Sander, secretary: and Ioanne Krueger, treasurer, have been making plans for the Senior Breakaway and ior graduation. A senior class gift has also been picked out. As the traditional senior gift, several paintings were chosen, one by Robert von Neumann and two by Nick Prokos. lass of '56 TAY ALBINO Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee FRANK P. ALI-'INO Liberal Arts, February Milwaukee Delta Kappa, National Pres- ident, Vice President: Soc- ial Committee: Social Work Club, Chairman: Newman Club. I , if if JANE ANDERSON Upper Elementary, June Berlin Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice President: Intersorority Council. Vice President: CWA, Treasurer: Kenwood Hall. Social Chairman: Interdorm Council, Secre- tary. RICHARD ANGELETTI Music, February West Milwaukee A Cappella Choir: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: MENC: Kappa Delta Pi. DAVID LEE ANDERSON Upper Elementary, August Milwaukee Delta Kappa, President, Corresponding Secretary Sergeant-at-anns: Peak Night: Stock Company. LOIS MAE ANSORGE Lower Elementary, Iune Manitowoc Kenwood Hall, President, Social Chairman: Orchesis, President: Health and Wel- fare Committee, Chairman: Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer. WILLIAM G. APPLEBY Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee Phi Sigma Epsilon: Track: Football: M Club. VIOLET IEAN BACHELDER Lower Elementary, Iune Deep River, Ontario, Can. ACE, Recording Secretary: Le Circle Francais, Presi- dent: International Rela- tions Club: Choral Ensem- ble, Modern Dance, CARL BALISTRERI Upper Elementary Milwaukee IO ELLEN BAILLIES Upper Elementary, June Pardeeville Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pres- ident, Recording Secretary: Kenwood Hall, President: Intersorority Council: Social Committee: ACE. MICHAEL BARRON Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee NANCY BAUERNFEIND Lower Elementary. February Milwaukee ACE: WBA. GLORIA ZAHUBA BAUMGART Art, February Milwaukee 28 LOUIS D. BECKER Secondary, February Milwaukee Phi Alpha Theta, President, Vice President: Veterans Club, President, Secretary: Athletic Committee, Presi- dent, Secretary: Kappa Delta Pi: M Club. su 22 IACK BEHLENDORF Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee DONNA BEHNKE Lower Elementary, I une Baraboo DALE BESSETTE Exceptional, Iune Wittenberg BETTY BORZYKOWSKI Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Kappa Delta Pi: Delta Chi Sigma, Vice President: Times: Women's Service League: Choral Ensemble. ROGER V. BENNETT DONNA C. BERNER IOYCE BERSON Upper Elementary, Iune Music, Iune Exceptional. Iune Milwaukee Waterloo Milwaukee Phi Alpha Theta: Phi Sig- Delta Omicron: A Cappel- Sigma Alpha Eta, Corres- ma Epsilon, President, Re- la Choir: Choral Ensemble: ponding Secretary. cording Secretary: ROTC Marietta House, Secretary: Rifle Team: Intrairatemity Sports. MENC. NANCY BLASEWITZ Liberal Arts. Iune Milwaukee Chi Sigma Lambda, Vice President: WBA Board, Sporthead: Social Commit- lee. TODD BOPPEL Art, Iune Milwaukee Delta Kappa. ,sn M13 . xr-L., ., IEANINE BOTHUN RICHARD E. BOTTOMLEY IOANNE D. BOYER Music, Iune Art, Iune Lower Elementary. Iune Ianesville Burlington Milwaukee Art Students League: A Cappella Choir. CEB. Treasurer: CWA. President: National Student Association, Regional Oifi- ceri Lambda Phi Chi, President, Vice President. 29 WARREN W BROMUND Secondary February Mzlwaukee Debate Phr Alpha Theta WINIFRED BRUSKY Lower Elementary, Iune Kewaunee Newman Club, ACE 30 QYQH Q2 QQ m 753151 R E DANIEL BRINKMAN Upper Elementary Milwaukee an DAVID CARL BROWN Lxberal Arts Iune Mllwaukee Srqma Alpha Eta Corres pondxng Secretary Treas urer Platform Comnuttee Human Relatxons Commlt ee MARION THIEL BUERGER Lower Elementary. February Mllwaukee Delta Chr Slgma ACE. Lutheran Students Assocx anon LARRY F BRISKE Llheral Arts February Mrlwaukee Public Relatlons Commxt tee Delta Kappa N man Club Stock Company W- Q Q n :UU BW 5 11. 'rf MARY ELLEN BROWN Upper Elementary Iun Berlm Gamma Theta Upsrlon Interdomx Presldent Kenwood Hall Socxal Commlttee ACE Magi! me She m V 2 mx: -'mf eil ALICE STERN BRISKIN Lower Elementary Iune Mxlwaukee Hrllel Vxce Presmlent ACE new RUSSELL BURGETT NANCY LEE BURRILL Upper Elementary, Iune Lower Elementary, Iune Mxlwaukee Plymouth Delta Chr Sxqma. ACE. Correspondxng Secretary. Canterbury Club CAROL BUSH Lower Elementary, Iune Berlin Sigma, Sigma, Sigma. ACE. is X . ALVERA CIANO Upper Elementary, Iune Waukesha Alpha Delta Sigma, Vice President: Gamma Theta Upsilon: Newman Club: WRA: Associated Houses. Treasurer. :lm , . SHIRLEY ANN BUTH Secondary, February Milwaukee Delta Chi Sigma, Secre- tary: Alpha Delta: Peak Night Board: Times: Ivy: Kappa Delta Pi. RODERICK CAMPBELL Art Milwaukee sw, m A yu ARLENE M. BUTZKE Liberal Arts, February Milwaukee German Club: Modern Dance. DONNA CLAIRE CASE Lower Elementary, February Coleman Marietta House, Assistant to Head Resident: New- man Club: Choral Ensem- ble: ACE: Social Commit- lee. WILLIAM RAY CHAPMAN Music Certification, Iune Milwaukee B. S., Lawrence College: A Cappella Choir: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Madrigal Club: Holiday Singers. MARCIA ANNE CLARK Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee ACE: Times: Cheshire: Peak Night Board: Women's Service League. NANCY CAROL COATS Lower Elementary, Iune Mukwonaqo ACE: Band. HAROLD COHEN Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee 31 W NOLA CONTRUCCI Exceptxonal Iune Mrlwaukee Cheerleaders Captam Kappa Lambda Iota Inter soronty Councxl Treasur er Homecommg Chau' man Stock Company DOROTHY LOUISE DALLMAN Lower Elementary August Mllwaukee 32 CAROL LUCILLE COOK Upper Elementary Iune Mrlwaukee Lutheran Students Assoct ation Womens Servzce League IIM CUMMINGS Exceptxonal Iune St Louxs Mxssoun Phl Mu Sxgrna Treasurer Vxce Presrdent Newman Club Rehqxous Councrl Veterans Club Cross Country QW DOMINIC B CUSATIS Excephonal August Mrlwaukee Phr Mu Szgma Pres1dent Veterans Club Vxce Presl dent Campus Chest AdV1SOI Newman Club RICHARD H DAEHNERT Art Iune Sheboygan Art Students League Art Board Peak Ntght Campus Chest SHIRLEY I DAHL Lower Elementary Iune South Mxlwaukee Lambda Phr Chr Socxal Commxttee Womens Service ACE League MARILYN DEAN Lower Elementary Mxlwaukee Intervarstty Chnstlan Fel lowslup, Gamma Theta Ups1lon, Secretary, Human Relahons Cornmrttee. Lutheran Students Assocr atlon, ACE HELENE DECONO Lower Elementary Iune Kenosha Newman Club Interdorm Councxl. Shepard Alummx House. Vxce Prestdent, Treasurer CAROL DEGNER Lower Elementary June Mxlwaukee IOAN MAE DEGROF1-' Upper Elementary, Iune New London ACE: Newman Club: ROTC Ball Court. I is ' . ..,,iwag,, tit: H eff:-H IEAN M. DHUEY Music, Iune Casco Delta Omicron: Chaplain: MENC: Band: Orchestra: Choral Ensemble. BARBARA H. DICKERSON Art, Iune Crystal Lake, Illinois Art Students League. DIANE DOBSON DOROTHY ANN DOMACH GLORIA DOSTA Exceptional, Iune Lower Elementary, Iune Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Sigma Omicron Delta: Newman Club: ACE: Women's Service League: Social Committee. Chi Sigma Lambda. Treasurer. THOMAS DRAWS Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Delta Sigma Kappa: Ele- mentary Division, Vice President, Social Chair- man. BETTY IANE DRISCOLL Lower Elementary, Iune Oconomowoc Kappa Lambda Iota: Spanish Club, Vice Presi- dent, Secretary, Treasurer: Shepard Alumni House, House Assistant, Presi- dent, Social Chairman. PATRICIA MADELINE DRISCOLL Upper Elementary Milwaukee Elementary Division, Pres- ident, Executive Board: CEB: Lambda Phi Chi: Newman Club. HENRY DROSS Music, Iune Milwaukee String Quartet: German Club: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Band: Orchestra: Kappa Delta Pi. 33 ILEANE DROBAC Lower Elementay, August Elm Grove Sigma Omicron Delta: Intersorority Council: ACE. SHIRLEE DRYDEN Lower Elementary, February Milwaukee ACE. VASILIKI DULAVERIS PATRICIA STASKA Upper Elementary, Iune DVORAK Milwaukee Art, Iune Chi Sigma Lambda: Home- Milwaukee coming Court Representa- Newman Club: Art Board: tive: ACE: Women's Serv- ice League: Religious Council, Secretary. Art Students League: Womens Service League. Q X. .Q IV ' DONALD EBNER Exceptional, February Milwaukee ! I l T I tw DOROTHY DUCKLER Upper Elementary. Iune Milwaukee SANDRA SUE EHLERT BARBARA WYNN EISEN HENRY ELSESSER GERALDINE ERDMAN Upper Elementary, Iune Lower Elementary, Iune Liberal Arts. lime Upper El9H191'1lCUY. Iune Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Elkhorn Sigma Omicron Delta, ACE. Sigma, Sigma, Sigma: Historian: WHA, Publicity CEB: National Students Chairman: Lutheran Siu- Association: Kenwood dents Association. Hall Treasurer: Social Committee. 34 DONALD M. EUL IOYCE FEHLHABER Liberal Arts, Iune Lower Elementary, Milwaukee February Delta Sigma Kappa, Milwaukee Secretary. Alpha Delta Sigma. Social Committee: Elementary Di- vision, Executive Board: Lutheran Students Associ- ation: Art Board. KENNETH C. FISCHER Secondary. August Milwaukee Stock Company: National Collegiate Playes. RUBIN FELDSTEIN Upper Elementary. February Milwaukee Alpha Phi Omega: Young Democrats. is RITA L. FISCHER Lower Elementary, Iune Hales Corners Human Relations Commit- tee: Modem Dance: ACE. er, ANNETTE FORTUNATO Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee v .ss-is 1 GERALDINE M. FOWLKES CARL H. FREITAG MARGARET FRITZ ALICE GAGNON Upper Elemellldfy. ll-me Liberal Arts, Iune Lower Elementary. Iune Elementary Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Two Rivers Intervarsity Christian Liberal Arts Division, Fellowship. President: Phi Sigma Ep- silon, Grandmaster, Treas- urar. Historian: Wrestling. 35 SONYA GANSHEROFF NELLYANN GARRY Liberal Arts Milwaukee Liberal Arts, I une Milwaukee BARBARA BRIDGES GESKE Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Elementary Division. Treasurer: National Stu- dents Association: CEB: Lambda Phi Chi: Corre- sponding Secretary: Dorado. MAUREEN WOLFGRAM GIESE Upper Elementary, Iune Waterloo RONALD LAWRENCE GIESE Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee Biology Club: Delta Kap- pa Omicron: Choral En- semble: Wesley Founda- tion, President: Religious Council. ROGER HUGHES GIFFORD Art, February Milwaukee Delta Kappa, Recording Secretary, Alumni Secre tary. STEPHANIE GITTO Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee 36 DONOVAN C. GLOCKE Upper Elementary. Iune Clintonville Beta Phi Theta: Interira- ternity Council: Peak Night: A Cappella Choir: Holiday Singers. ...-.4 .894 HOWARD GOETZMAN Liberal Arts. August Milwaukee GERALD C. GOSENHEIMER Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Veterans Club. IEAN MARILYN GOUGET LOIS GRAF ALFRED H. GROVES Lower Elementary. Upper Elementary, Iune Secondary, February Febmary Waukesha Debate Club: Phi Alpha Glen Ellyn, Illinois Theta: Kappa Delta Pi. ACE. l DONALD I. GULBINS DONA GUTSCH NANCY ANNE HARLAND Liberal Arts, Iune Upper Elementary Lower Elementary, Iune Wabeno Milwaukee Waukesha Band: Veterans Club, ACE, Treasurer: Choral Ensemble: Freshman, Vice President: CWA Board: Campus Chest, President, Secretary. GIBSON HARRIS HARRY LEE HART RICHARD T. HERBEL IOHN HERMAN Upper Elementary, Iune Upper Elementary, Iune Exceptional, Iune Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Menomonee Falls Milwaukee Milwaukee Delta Kappa, Sergeant-ab Football: Delta Kappa, Delta Kappa, Vice Grand- Arms: Bond: Choral En- Pledgemaster, Corresponde master: Phi Mu Sigma: sernble: Geography Club. ing Secretary, Alumni Young Republicans: Secretary: Athletic Com- Veterans Club. mittee: Newman Club. 37 ELIZABETH IANE HERNET Upper Elementary Iune Mzlwaukee Alpha Gamma Lambda Newman Club as GENE R HICKEY PAUL HILGEMAN Upper Elementary February Musrc Iune West Alhs Alpha Phx Omega Vlce Pr sxdeni Secretary Soc 1al Comrnxttee Chaxrrnan Hornecommg Chalrman vy Tunes fm ROBERT HILLEBRAND MARION HOLAHAUER Secondary Iune Upper Elementary February Lake Mxlls Mzlwaukee Tunes Alpha Delta Alpha Delta Sxgma Pres1 Alpha Ph1 Omega Parha dent Vlce Presxdent Cor mentanan Golf respondmg Secretary E as IRENE HOaE Secondary Iune Mxlwaukee Txmes Modern Dance 38 Wesley Foundatlon Treas urer Glrls Glee Club Womens Servrce League CORINNE R IACOBSON Exceptxonal February Mxlwaukee Sxgma Alpha Eta Presr dent mx KJV' DONNA KAE HORN Lower Elementay Iune Mukwonago Manetta Hous Vxce Pres xdent Treasurer Interdorm Councll A Capella Chou Band Choral Ensemble ACE Sheboygan 55 sag HENRY EUGENE IEFFERSON Upper Elementary August Milwaukee Stock Company Alpha Plu Omega Kappa Alpha Ps1 Young Democrats V1ce Presxdent Human Re latrons Commxttee Chaxr man ELAINE LUCILE IOHNSOW Lower Elementary Iune Land O Lakes Kappa Lambda Iota Inter soronty Councxl Shepard Alumnr House Presxdent Vxce Presxdent Socxal Chauman French Club 1 ,rx . 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KRUEGER Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Senior Class Treasurer: Lambda Phi Chi, Secre- tary: lntersorority Council: Delta Chi Sigma: Platform Committee, Secretary, Treasurer. ROLAND R. KOHL Music, February Milwaukee Beta Phi Theta. Grand- master: Men's Club, Pres- ident: Student Policy Com- mittee: Band. Cross Country: ssss ll ssssfs sum ass -sssss ss? sssss ss . : BERNICE KRYGIER Exceptional, Iune Milwaukee Chi Sigma Lambda: Re- cording Secretary: Philo- cophia: ACE: Exceptional ivision, Secretary. ROBERT KUEHNEISEN BARBARA E. KUIAWA CAROLE I. KUNZ Upper Elementary. Iune Upper Elementary, Auqusi Exceptional, August Pewaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Phi Sigma Epsilon. Vice Lambda Phi Chi: CEB: Grandmaster, Correspond- Newman Club: Choral ing Secretary: Iunior Class Ensemble. President: Prom King: Swimming: Track. EUGENE H. LAATSCH SHARON LABER SHIRLEY LA BORDE Upper Elementary, August Upper Elementary, Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee February Oshkosh Delta Kappa: Interfrater- Milwaukee A Cappella Choir. nity Council: Athletic Di- rector: Gamma Theta Up- silon: Intramural Sports. IUDITH LAMB Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Kappa Lambda Iota: Pres- ident, Alpha Delta: ACE: Elementary Division Board: Ivy. FREDERICK O. LAMPE Upper Elementary, February Milwaukee Alpha Phi Omega. Vice President, Recording Sec- retary: Phi Alpha Theta: Band: Interfratemity Sports: Interfratemity Council. FREDERICK LANZL BARBARA LARSEN Upper Elementary, Iune Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Racine 41 FLORAYNE LARSON Liberal Arts August Mxlwaukee Sxgma Omxcron Delta Treasurer Llberal Arts Dxvrsxon Treasurer CONRAD M LASKA Upper Elementary February Milwaukee Track Cross Country Delta Srgma Kappa Stu dent Umon Comnnttee Chalrman M Club Vxce Pres1dent BETTY LAWRY Lower Elementary Iune Evansvxlle Manetta House Recordmg Secretary A Cappella Chorr Choral Ensemble Interdorm Councrl ACE LA VERA LAWS Upper Elementary February Memphrs Tennessee ACE Choral Ensemble Wesley Foundatron Delta Sxgma Theta IRVIN I LEICHTLE Lrheral Arts Iune Rxo re. HARVEY L LAUER Lxberal Arts February West Mllwaukee Soc1al Work Club Town Hal LIBBY LINDENBERG IOYCE LINSLEY Lower Elementary Upper Elementary lune February Iefferson Mxlwaukee ACE Trmes 42 LOWELL LITTARITZ Upper Elementary February Mxlwaukee Athletlc Commxttee Chau man Football Track Basketball M Club ROBERT LOSIK Lrberal Arts Iune Mxlwaukee SAMUEL E. LOWE, IR. Liberay Arts, February RUTH LUENEBURG Lower Elementary, Iune BEVERLY L. LUSTY Secondary, Iune Racine Milwaukee Milwaukee Sigma Omicron Delta: National Collegiate Play- ACE: Lutheran Students ers. President: Stock Com Association: Choral En- pany, President: Alpha semble. Gamma Lambda, Presi- dent: CWA Board. CORNELIUS R. MAAS DIANE MACHT MARY MAERTZ Upper Elementary, Iune Exceptional, Iune Upper Elementary Iune Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Intervarsty Christian Fel- lowship: Phi Sigma Epsi- lon: Delta Chi Sigma: Campus Chest: ACE. gs M -4. N Q 4 V l , if - .ex - :-:L M iii l yy. . -t QS 2 . ' wg -.tw M V ' , i" ' N if t A A ' .-:- ,, A :sexi :Q A CONIEFTA MAGLIO FRANCESCA MAGLIO SHIRLEY M. MAGULSKI CAROLE MAHL Lower Elementary. Iune Upper Elementary, Iune Lower Elementary, August Lower Elementary Milwaukee Milwaukee South Milwaukee February Sigma Omicron Delta, Lambda' Phi Chi: ACE: Milwaukee Secretary: Alpha Delta: Social Committee: Student Delta Chi Sigma: Ivy: Union Committee: New- ACE. man Club. MARY ELLEN MAIERLE Secondary, Iune Green Bay CWA, Vice President: Peak Night, Co-chairman: Times: Directory: Alpha Delta. z r it W as . :B . A S14 ge. . . f K it .in 251 1225 55-. :.., 1421.2 - NJ' I 3- :-uer: Na' L. 2 :ii-rg? -: !2..'ss.v.-ie .?l3,aZl:.r1:..t.', 4'-rg MARIANNE ZIBELL MANDELIN' Upper Elementary, August Milwaukee Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice President: Choral En' semble: WRA: Geography Club, Secretary-Treasurer: Biology Club. , v A 'if lt ,. f ,,.,f25s .. Mi 'f 'Hi li ff R Q t wmg ' bn., 1 K wgps x MARILYN R. MARTIN Lower Elementary, August Milwaukee Kappa Lambda Iota. , ,5.ff.e' ' in tm zz rm mt f COLLEEN KELL MARCH Music, February Milwaukee Delta Omicron, President, Secretary, Historian: MENC, Vice President: In- tersorority Council, Treas- urer: Choral Ensemble, Treasurer: Delta Chi Sigma. GLORIA R. MAZZEI Lower Elementary, Iune Kenosha ACE: Choral Ensemble: Newman Club. IOHN L. MCCREERY Liberal Arts, August Milwaukee Beta Phi Theta, Master: Student Union Committee: Social Committee: New- man Club. 44 GENE MCEVOY IACQUELYN IOAN Secondary, Iune MCMAHON Milwaukee Lower Elementary. Times, Business Manager: February Eta Sigma Phi, Vice Presi- Milwaukee dent: Alpha Delta. ACE: WHA: Student Union Committee. IOHN MCCARTHY Music. Iune Manitowoc - w'. 1 ' EI?" , 5 .ef f ig' Q f JOYCE MEDINGER Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Chi Sigma Lambda: Cor- responding Secretary: Newman Club: ACE: WBA: Social Committee. Rf ms Hes a ss my n mu A ws mam kin! I mn use LUANE MEYER Lower Elementary June Mamtowoc Delta Chx Srgma ACE Choral Ensemble Ivy sn E 1 an nm sm n me ss slams ss CAROL MEDVED Lower Elementary June Mzlwaukee mn was nm BARBARA I MICHAELS Lower Elementary Iune Mrlwaukee Homecommg Chauman, Socxal Commlttee Treasur er Newman Club Secre tary Human Relatxons Commxttee Correspondmg Secretary ACE :H wmnns an ss was anna mn was ROBERT MICKELSON DOLORES MIKALASKI Upper Elementary Upper Elementary Iune Mxlwaukee Milwaukee :sam wr. sw' m is 2 mes assi!-xr E 2: ms ' ss as , asm-X asus x ,ms mn sag 1 , w ' fa W-rr E wx an I- we mn N H ss - ' in ss K ,gear ini' 1 ss ss E , . Z. dw yi :MHS-"'ei -' ifmvgililw . N ea Meena.: , . W, S-Egivgsgge -' aw., ,mm H as mr N KATHLEEN ESTHER MENNING Upper Elementary Iune Mllwaukee Stock Company, Lutheran Students Assocratxon Recordmg Secretary ACE HYLLIS MERWIN wer Elementary Iune zlwaukee wma ss as an E was rs ss N mn IONE MICHELS Lower Elementary June Mxlwaukee Newman Club Socral Commmttee ACE Health and Welfare Commxttee Womens Servrce League rw 1 m sims EW Wars? B153 Emi S2 H K W, H ,ww M gamma H mm ms ss mam msn .4-., 1-1 as QEEWRS Wu islet' as 1 m ms ,sm an-vs. R ss CALVIN Lrberal Arts, February Mrlwaul-:ee W MILLER n Ja as rw use X Q s ss wr-we nn ra amfd amen was a ann a ss new a me VJYLIE D MOFFATT Musrc February Mxlwaulcee Phr Mu Alpha Smioma Treasurer, MENC Presl dent Opera Workshop A Cappella Choxr Band 45 may s-gm: in nr .QWBAQQQSEQLQ K ,Xl fm 'W W . .,sE?.,?-WWW L - . Lo . , M , . . . A V E , , , I.,,.y ., ,. NH, . V VE E, Q , 5 Y - E E ,ff ks , . 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M swag E we new 'H gems ann ORIA MOLDOW Excepnonal Iune Brooklyn New York Sxgma Alpha Eta WILLIAM JAMES MOYLAN Art Iune Oshkosh CEB Presldent W1SCOnS1H Reglon of Natxonal Stu dent ASSOCIGIIOH Chaxr man Beta Ph: Theta Grandmaster Master M Club GWEN MUMBRUE Exceptzonal Iune Milwaukee Alpho Delta Sxgrna Treas uer Secretary Phlloco ph1a Vxce Presxdent Inter sororuy Councxl Dorado JOHN MUNGER Musxc Iune Greendale IAMES E NAULT Exceptxonal Iune Milwaukee Ph1 Sxqma Epsxlon Pledge master Alumm Secretary Exceptxonal Dwxslon Vxc Presxdent P111 Mu Sxgma Wrestlxng Team Captam GLORIA NEIHOUS Lower Elementary Iune Mxlwaukee Srgma Omrcxon Delta Young Republlcans Presx dent Choral Ensemble 46 MARLENE NEUSTEDTEH Secondary Iune Mllwaukee EUGENE E NEWCOMB Lrberal Arts Iune Mzlwaukee Debate Club Stock Com PUUY MARY ANN MUEHLBERG Upper Elementary Iune Mamtowoc WBA President Treasur er Kenwood Hall Vxce Presxclent Treasurer On entatlon Board Drrectory DIANA LEA NICHOLSON Exceptional August Greendale Phl Mu Srgma Alpha Gamma Lambda Presr dent Cheshxre ERNEST W. NICOLETTE Exceptional, Iune Florence Phi Mu Sigma, Treasurer: Wrestling Team. Manag- er: Veterans Club. RUTH NOCK Upper Elementary. February Milwaukee Q A : A fi 1 its MARY ANNA OELKE Upper Elementary, Iune Iron Ridge Gamma Theta Upsilon, Corresponding Secretary: Marietta House, Recording Secretary: ACE: Interdorm Council. HELEN OGREN Upper Elementary. February Kenosha Sigma Omicron Delta, Cor- responding Secretary, Vice President: Newman Club: ACE. . . M isssst W5 , if sa ga? My , 5-11241--1 ..':':f: ' Vi fl r. ik ' w ggi 5 - Qin:-: I 3 i f 5- , -f ar g zf7::V9ni ,af L ' iles its-I IUDITH PAULI Lower Elementary, Iune New Glarus Marietta House, President, Vice President: Choral Ensemble, Secretary: ACE. MARY ANNE PAYNTER Music, February Clinton CWA Board: WRA Board: MENC: Marietta House, Assistant to Head Resi- dent: Band. , zv - s ROLAND N. OLSON Music, Iune Racine Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. PATRICIA PECH Lower Elementary, Iune Manitowoc WILLIAM R. PARSONS Liberal Arts, Iune Milwaukee CEB, Vice President: Veterans Club, President. ,' .4 X, 793 H2 .f l Fi ' - . - 93355 '22 ,4 5 t.,l'-'- eggs, lg W mga' ' 5 t 1 C "' 5 .1 wg , IANET LADER PETER Secondary, Iune Rhinelander Times, Executive Editor: Peak Night Board, Co- chairman: Alpha Delta, Secretary: Delta Chi Sig- ma: Kappa Delta Pi. 47 525 K B,u H 2 All' 1 ww ur-Q . I fm - - M .fm gill 7. 4- . ,fr time fi -f " A I V 2 A it . A igsig r g A F , I ' .iixrfgw ---4:9 2, '-v ,- ,Y W --ff QA arm, Iii: . , .eulgramsmil 2. 14.4 , 5, .- 132 IOAN PETERMAN Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cor- responding Secretary: Doll on Campus: Newman Club: ACE. IOYCE ELAINE PEW Lower Elementary, Iune Manitowoc ACE, Vice President: RICHARD PILAK Upper Elementary. February Milwaukee Human Relations Commit- tee: Wesley Foundation: WBA: Modern Dance. ELLOWENE B. PIPKORN Lower Elementary. Iune Milwaukee Kappa Lambda Iota. Treas- urer: Delta Chi Sigma: Lutheran Students Associ- ation: ACE. ANN PLUIVIMER Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee SUZANNE PRINZ Exceptional. February Milwaukee Sophomore Class Secre- tary: Sophomore Sweet- heart: Intersorority Coun cil: Chi Sigma Lambda. NICK PROKOS ROBERT RASMUSSEN IAMES REDDEMANN IERRY R. BEDDING Art, June Secondary. Iune Upper Elementary. Iune Upper Elementary. August Escanaba Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee 48 Phi Alpha Theta: Veter- ans Club: Town Hall. NANCY REINKE Upper Elementary. February West Allis Alpha Delta Sigma, Cor- responding Secretary: Delta Chi Sigma: Women's Service League: Choral Ensemble. I ,E X , N. ANTHONY REIS Upper Elementary. Iune Milwaukee Audio-Visual Aids: Intra- mural Basketball: Inter- lratemity Sports: Delta Kappa, Treasurer, Pledge- master. DELORES F. RINTELMAN Upper Elementary, June Cedarburg Lambda Phi Chi, Treasur- er: Times, Business Mana- ger: Peak Night Board: Directory, Editor: Kenwood Hall, Vice President, Sec- retary. ROBERT ROESLER Upper Elementary Milwaukee LILA ROLLEFSON Music, Iune Oconomowoc Ivy, Editor: Delta Omicron. Warden: Alpha Delta, Vice President: A Cappella Choir: CWA Board. W! IACK DOUGLAS RIESS Upper Elementary. August Hartford ROTC Rifle Team: Golf: M Club: Delta Kappa. A f 4. 'Qmte A , - -t rilg I W D, , . 4 , Q' xi DOUGLAS IANET ROSIO RONALD C. ROSS FRANCES RUDERT ROSENBECKER Lower Elementary, Iune Upper Elementary, Iune Secondary, Iune Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee CudUhY Orchestra. 49 tr le A RICHARD ALLEN RUSCH MEREDITH RUSSELL IUDITH RUST Music, Iune Music, Iune Elementary, February Milwaukee Kenosha Milwaukee Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Delta Ornicron, Treasurer: Woodwind Quintet: Ger- Band: Orchestra: MENC: man Club: Band: Orchesf Ivy: Choral Ensemble. tra. MICHAEL RUVOLO Upper Elementary Milwaukee x .57 A,,.,': I ' re :JL V275 , mx. ' if ,r if 'N if Ei' ' if sm H' A J! - ., me KAREN SAXON, F3 1' 9553 st: 5. 'Ee 1' LOUISE ANN SANDER Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Senior Class Secretary: Intersorority Council. Cor- responding Secretary: Lambda Phi Chi? Kappa Delta Pi: Sophomore Sweetheart Court. ELISABETH I. SARNITZ Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Kappa Lambda Iota, Cor- responding Secretary me MAX P. SCHARMACH. TR. DAVID SCHLEY Lower Elementary Upper Elementary, SeC0ndCIrY. 111119 February February Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee ACE: Girls' Glee Club. Delta Sigma Kappa, Secre- 50 tary, Pledqemaster: M Club: Athletic Committee: Football. BARBARA LEE SCHMIER Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Intersorority Council, Pres- ident: Sigma Omicron Del- ta, President: Campus Chest: ACE: Women's Service League. E. MARY SCHNABEL Upper Elementary. Iune Milwaukee Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treas- urer: Women's Service League: Social Committee: ACE: Elementary Division Board. an Mau gn Q. ,egg in-gg, H K. 55gZXf:H" me ZEN .mggy-sms vii, . 4, M E555 Q ' V up-. 'I ggi- J lf 1 .F+i-?igr:?.x,- 't ' L'- . Af 1.42213-Q. -.+-, N41-Xi, ':1Lt.'3fl'- Lf-Eire: -171' -zbrf-i5..':a...i.f' 51' H -' NANCY SHIVY Lower Elementary, August Milwaukee Freshman Class Treasurer: WHA: ACE: Wornen's Service: Choral Ensemble. LOIS ANNE BLANCHE SCHULZ SCHOECKERT Music B.F.A., February Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Wauwatosa Delta Omicron, Vice Presi- Lambda Phi Chi: ACE: dent: A Cfippeuu Choir. WBA, Secretary-Treasurer: Holi- day Singers: Music Organ- izations Committee. Secretary. nw THOMAS SEIDLITZ ARLETTA SELSING CAROL E. SHIELDS Upper Elementary, Music, Iune Secondary, Iune February Delevan Milwaukee Milwaukee Alpha Delta: Times, Busi- Elementary Division Exec- utive Committee: Track: M Club. ness Manager: Spanish Club, President: Intervars ity Christian Fellowship. 'I I ir . " .:. it .:. 55: E , . , -, .. .. . vm K E s it g s S Q3 ss img, as .. K ,ligi i t Wig-eg - 3 t E Y . --- 5 : X- 553' , A . ::-3 we H ' Vain is Q tr: l l I 2 . L . I W - Q . 1 DONALD RICHARD GLORIA SIMPSON IUDITH SINDA SIKORSKI Lower Elementary, Iune Lower Elementary, Iune Upper Elementary, August Mineral Point Milwaukee Milwaukee Newman Club: Times: ACE: Alpha Phi Omega: Choral Ensemble: Band. Elementary Division Exec- utive Board. 51 ROBERT LOUIS SMITH Lrberal Arts Iune Wauwatosa Beta Phr Theta Corres pondmg Secretary Txmes Alpha Delta Presxdent Newman Club MARIANNE SMRZ Lower Elementary August Mllwaukee Kappa Lambda Iota Cor respondxng Secretary ACE A S551 Wi!" NEIL E SOKOLOWSKI Llberal Arts Iune Mllwaukee Txmes Execuhve Edxtor Beta Phr Theta Pledgemas ter Parhamentanan Peak N1ght Board Cheshlre ge E wks 5 DARLEEN F SPLINTER Lower Elementary Iune Sheboygan ACE Presxdent Kappa Delta P1 Secretary Lamb da Phx Chr Vxce Presldent Human Relahons Comrmt tee. Modem Dance 52 ELINORE MAE SOETEBEER Upper Elementary February Phlllzps Choral Ensemble Alpha Delta Srgma Wesley Foundatxon IAY SOLEY L1beral Arts June Mxlwaukee Audzo-Vlsual Ards Hehg :ous Councxl Wesley Foundatron Athletics Pho tographer THOMAS SPEARBRAKER Secondary Iune Mllwaukee IUNEE SPLITTSTOESSER IOAN R SPOERL Lower Elementary Iune Lower Elementary Greendale February ACE Delta Chx Srgma Mxlwaukee Brology Club ACE Delta Chr Srgma IOHN H STADTMUELLER Exceptronal February West Allis Delta Kappa Omxcron Phx Mu Stgma Tlmes Co busmess Manager Delta Chr Stgma, Publxcauons Comxmttee 11 11 - H . Q . H. E - H E . Qfm1HE.H,. me WB .- . ,1 1 H 11 gsm. 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 5-1. . 1. . M 11 11 11 . 5 B 11 tr re-E 5 11 11 H1 E E - H A H H L1 . 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L B at S. 111. leg-gre my E1 ,mm 1 1 1523551 ' 1-511 5 'W' X 5 iii nl E 11 14' H ' 1.511 E nl st fx -,I 4 1-M 1 1 ss 1 , . r ', We X my gg 51 .5 are - 1 Wie , ' - .5 ' 4- 1 gg? - ' 1 r H , ' . 5 gi gie H My ' 1 , El "hr, Eg, 111. 11 It mm 'rm 518,115 1- W5 Q 1 mg rm . E SS ,, X. KS ' ,1 E, 1 1: E 1 1, rf Q 5 5 88 I ss 5 - g B . ts' , 1 , .1 1 ,411 -1 te 3 Mm H me Egg . 11.81 11 '1 E Sw E - 11 11 E ww: .H 5 . E 11 -r a r " 5' A ' - E ' s ss ss a ss ms. Q H- 1,1 11 11 1111 11 11 -511 Q E H , 1 1 1 E B1 .. - Q -H gp 1 -as a. A 511,11 V .1 W B SS .-" as 11 . 5, 1-E 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 , J - . I . I 1 - 1 I 1 LELAND STAVEN Liberal Arts. Iune Milwaukee Alpha Phi Omega, ponding Secretary. B , Corres- an Hu-.u was s is MARIANNA M. STEELE BETTY A. STERN Music, Iune Lower Elementary, Iune Baraboo Milwaukee MENC, President: Delta Omicron, Secretary: Chor- ister: lntersorority CounciL Secretary: A Cappella Choir. :qua ., . 3, if Q QP xg , 13. Q K ig fit? 3 .. :f is Z eiziig f 2 ' Q I B .,., - 5 0.4. 5- in f ig lll t W A-t 4' ' -1 ' aifiiil-tiff? X. 'X BETTY B. STERN HARRY STEWART DOROTHY IANE Lower Elementary, Iune Liberal Arts, Iune STIPANUK Milwaukee Milwaukee Upper Elementary, August Kenosha 1 s e I i B gil 3 ,...,. 1 ' 1 fit . ' ' M E ss " A 1 I is H, ' D 4 ge, wie is " tg 4 ' ' as U , 1 ' 11" ' .if .. H H Ist '-:-:' -:- " , W M ' S EA wma ml' Hung 'ww 5312. ' ig-H525 SHEILA STOCK JEAN STOECKMANN BARBARA STOKKE MARLENE IOY Upper Elementary. Iune Secondary, Iune Lower Elementary, June STBEHLOW Milwaukee West Allis Milwaukee Lower Elementary, Sigma Omicron Delta, Secondary Division, Treas- Sigma Omicron Delta, February Treasurer, Secretary, Vice urer: Alpha Delta: Delta President, Treasurer: Milwaukee President: Choral Ensem- Chi Sigma: Times: Peak Delta Chi Sigma: ACE. Kappa Lambda Iota, Vice ble: Newman Club. Night Board. President: ACE: Prom Queen: Track Court of Honor. 53 Sis IOHN SUTTON Lrberal Arts February Milwaukee Pubhc Relatxons Commxt tee Newman Club Tunes Phx Alpha Theta Young Democrats ALICE M THELEN MICHAEL I THELEN Muslc Iune Upper Elementary Campbellsport February Delta Ormcron President Milwaukee Treasurer MENC Vtce Presxclent A Cappella Choxr Band Choral Ensemble CAROLE THORNDYKE Ltberal Arts August Mxlwaukee Ch: Srgma Lambda Hts tonan Socxal Comnuttee Newman Club Womens Serv1ce League Choral Ensemble 54 Football Track Swxm mmg Delta Stgma Kappa M Club AILEEN F SWENSEN Lower Elementary Iune West Allxs Alpha Delta Sxgrna Vtce Presxdent Correspondmg Secretary ACE Womens SGIVICG League Lutheran Students Assocxatxon IEAN SCHROEDER THIERFELDER Art Iune Watertown Human Relatxons Cornmxt tee Modern Dance Club Art Students League D1 rectory Womens Servxce League OAN TANEL Upper Elementary Iune Mllwaukee MARY ELLEN TINGLEY Upper Elementary August Mrlwaukee CEB Secretary National Collegxate Players Secre tary Treasurer Lambda Ph1 Chl Recordzng Secre tary Stock Company Sec retary Vtce Presxdent DORIS TRANGMAR Lower Elementary Iune Wausau ACE DONALD I TRYTHALL Secondary February Mxlwaukee Aud1oV1sua1 Azds Intra mural Sports Pht Sxgma Epsxlon Sergeant at Arms ez A A ' HUGO TSCHARNACK Secondary, Iune Milwaukee Delta Chi Sigma, Presi- dent: Alpha Phi Omega. President, Alumni Secre- tary. Parliamentarian: CMA, Treasurer. MEIJCENT TUCKER Upper Elementary Milwaukee DELORES UTTECH Upper Elementary, Iune Sheboygan MARIE K. VILMANN Upper Elementary, Iune Racine CARL WAGNER Upper Elementary Milwaukee MARY M. VOELL Secondary, February Chicago A Cappella Choir: Eta Sigma Phi: Holiday Sing- ers: Times. k -Q A l' S111 IEAN M. WEBER Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Modern Dance. EVELYN IOY WEGNER Upper Elementary. Iune Milwaukee Alpha Delta Sigma: Wom- en's Service League: Luth eran Studenis Association ANN WELNAK MARILYNNE WEST Music, February Lower Elementary Milwaukee Milwaukee 55 RUTH WICK Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Delta Chi Sigma: ACE: Newman Club. CAROL A. WIECZOREK Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Chi Sigma Lambda, Presi- dent. Treasurer: Intersoror- ity Council, Secretary: Student Policy Committee: Orientation Board: New- man Club. .. 1, Q3 , Y we 153' mgqf 1 . - ie, SYLVIA WISNIEWSKI Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee NANCY WILSON Secondary, Iune Milwaukee QLQ 1 Q RUTH WITTIG Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Human Relations Commit- tee: ACE: Health and Welfare Committee: Chore al Ensemble: Orchestra. BARBARA WOESTE Exceptional, Iune Milwaukee CAROL WOHANKA Lower Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Chi Sigma Lambda, Presi- dent, Vice President. His- torian: CEB, Election Chair- man: Delta Chi Sigma? Alpha Delta. 56 AGNES YAMAGUCHI Liberal Arts, June Kaunakakai. T. H. 5, if' if ERWIN ZAPORSKI Art Milwaukee if P3 if t ff! its ggi!!! E Q 2 W 'A EW" ROBERT IOHN ZIEGLER Upper Elementary, Iune Milwaukee Phi Sigma Epsilon, Secre- tary: Senior Class Vice President: CEB: Homecom- ing Parade Chairman: Interfraternity Council. Seniors Not Pictured SUZANNE ABITBOL BARBARA AKRE DANA ALLEN ADALINE YOUNG ARMBRUST IACK BRECKENRIDGE DANIEL COAKLEY CLARA CONNOR LEONA DAUBEK ROBERT E. DROWN HUGH EVANS IACK FAIRWEATHER IOAN F. FAMEREE MARGARET FARRELL PERSIA C. FERGUSON GERALD RICHARD FRIEBERT GUY CHARLES GILMAN GENE GROTH VIVIAN L. GUZNICZAK ERWIN I. HEINZELMAN GEORGE H. KAUSS. IR. GLADYS P. KLEIN KENNETH R. KNOLL KATHLEEN KNUDSEN RALPH KOHLOFF MURIEL E. KOLANDER NICK KORKOS DONALD W. KUHNKE RICHARD I. MARCH. IR. HELEN E. MARSH WILLIAM H. MATTHEI WAYNE W. MCALLISTER ROBERT W. MERTINS RICHARD R. MILLAR LESLIE T. MONTIE MARIORIE MURPHY ALFRED I. NIESEN DEAN ORTH GENE IAY PAYKEL IAMES L. PERET IO ANN POMEROY LOUISE MARTIN REIS GILBERT A. RESLER DAVID REUL DONALD I. RINTELMAN VIRGIL E. ROKICKI IOI-IN I. ROSS ROBERT I. ROSSOW GEORGE R. SCHAEFFER RICHARD R. SCHOWALTER DARRELL A. SCHRAM BERTHA C. SHERMAN MATILDA S. SILBAR KENNETH I. SMITH LEONA SPRATLER MARK SUFFERLING LORENE SUNDE GLENN E. TAGATZ MYRA SIGMAN TAXMAN NANCY TEMME ALICE TOSSENBERGER GERALD TUCHALSKI EVELYN I. WITTE IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - lim Duszynski, Secre- tary: Syl Racinowski, Vice-President: Dick Roman, Presi- dent, Fred Bartelt. Treasurer. Upperclassmen at last! Everyone busy with thoughts of the merger, the new Union, and how to study amidst the social whirl. Then our big moment, the Junior Prom. With cr Hawaiian motif, the prom was held on May 26. at the recently completed Iewish Community center. Iunior class officers, Dick Roman, Syl Racinowski, Iim Duszynski, and Fred Bartelt, and their dates were the royalty at the prom. Class LOWER ELEMENTARY IUNIORS - Row 1: B. Plautz, L. Riemer. M. Son- char, I. Thompson, M. O'Leary. Row 2: C. Phillips, E. Wodke. S. Melchior, D. Zibell. Row 3: C. Kannenberq. M. Westerman, B. Reinschmidt, R. Thompson. LOWER ELEMENTARY IUNIORS - Row 1: R. Laubenstein, L. Baum- bach, B. Kloske, K. Klug, M. Migli- accio. Row 2: G. Wannmacher, B. Andrey. I. Smejkal, P. Weidner, D. Saiberlich. Row 3: D. Kuehl, B. Lehn. Row 4: L. Biessmcm, D. Olsen. C. Riesenweber, C. Krugman. 58 UPPER ELEMENTARY IUNIORS - Row 1: R. Krueger, S. Olsen, B. Druminski, I. Hudson. Row 2: B. Iosten. D. Rehieldt, E. Griffith, A. Ehlert. Row 3: M. Guerino, K. Meck- es, S. Grulke, I. Krueger. Row 4: I. Fellner, C. Campanelli, D. Bunker. 0 7 rf? EW UPPER ELEMENTARY IUNIORS Row 1 P Bus11e I Ohn F Resch Row 2 C Steckhng S Gutknecht P Smnh N Steven Row 3 I Por fzho D Baer K Wxlhcrms E Machos UPPER ELEMENTARY IUNIORS Rowl S B1schoif I Moe B Glaser F Ianowskz Row 2 T Vcmdez zcrndt R Wxllxums M Sobkowmk Row 3 L Spangler G Rogalsk C Clark G Schulze Row 4 T Iohn son G Colbert I Belton EXCEPTIONAL IUNIORS - Row 1 Walters. Row 2: C. Uhlig. E. Fuchs M. Knutson, M. Pierce. Row 3: R Thompson. G. Boisssonnanlt. D. Rom- cm, E. Hill. Row 4: I. Francis, B Hcxlvousen, I. Ziolkowski, M. Kuish icm. M. Mohr. I. Iucobs, P. Woligrcxm, I. Class LIBERAL ARTS IUNIORS - Row 1: N. Hatlen, D. Gutford, M. Liethen, G. Dagher. Row 2: K. Iens, R. VVha1en, R. Philleo. L. Bekeris. Row 3: D. Schick, W. Schilder. Row 4: B. Anderson. C. Anderson, G. Kolter- mcxnn, B. Maurer. LIBERAL ARTS IUNIORS - Row 1: D. Gcrtford, D. Dcruer, C. Anderson, S. DeSwc1rle. Row 2: D. Gibb, C. Vincent, P. Kcxstrivus, M. Guerino. Row 3: G. Fix. R. Grapp, G. Kauss. Row 4: D. Zimmerman, R. Haus, B. Iosten, M. Lukcxshewich. 05 MUSIC IUNIORS Rowl I Iones A Hass I Wzemcmn I Accola Pnne I Wegener Row 3 P Bet rymcm .E Chlcdxl C Slgmund L Doudna Row 4 R Ebbers M Men rucke A Wlffh K Vollstedt ART IUNIORS Row 1 M Selkey N Pczgel W Schulman G Steuer Row 2 K Iohnson I Boetzelen I Axello C Drescher Row 3 I Dus ZY1'lSk1 I Huffman K Hahn C Pe kerson Row 4 R Hose I Gross E Lund SECONDARY IUNIORS Bowl I- Romczno S Klem R Slmgsby E Khesch Row 2 F Becker I Schroe der S Mxley I Morong I Grcxce Row 3 A Schultz B Rayner I Somervxlle N Elgenield D Iensen Row 4 A Mason D Walker R Westhoien I Dxetnch f 9 Row 2: G. Zoske. I. Waddell. R. IUNIORS - Row 1: L. Cyrak, S. Maltby, M. Sonchar, S. Hallett. Bow 2: I. Hagberg, F. Bartelt, I. Desing, C. Blakewell. Row 3: B. Ehn, C. Rouiller, R. Dawley, D. Stamsta. Row 4: M. Moskowitz, R. Hoppe. SECONDARY SOPHOMORES - Row 1: A. Schulhof, B. Retzlcxff, D. Uel- men. Row 2: R. Grabowski, L. Wheeler, S. Speilman. IUNIORS -- Row I: D. Chudabba, I. Hudson. N. Campbell, D. Gran- inger, Y. Thurow. Row 2: K. Peters, I. Davis, O. Sartin, H. Althoen. Row 3: W. Laurent, R. Thompson, D. Hoi- fas. I. Francis. Freshmen mixer, rushing suspense. work on the Homecoming float - these constituted our first semester activities. Highlighting the spring term was the Sweet- heart Dance. Sweetheart, lane Van Antwerp, and her court, which included Carol Christensen, Ann Farwell. Marian Lemp. and Iudy Wagner, reigned over this an- nual February event in the college auditorium. Next on the agenda well be upper classrnen next year SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President Sam Mrkaehan V1cePres1dent Thor Petersen Treasurer Ioyce Slade Secretary Ioanne Norris lass of 53 SECONDARY SOPHOMORES Row 1 V Klotzbach M Gove B Evan son A Finley S Sikorskr Row 2 M Korth K Srkorski A Lightfoot Row 3 M Lind R Bronner R Tam er W Emanuelson ,. . 1, ' 1 ": '- ', : , : . '- 9 I.. ,.. l. 2 n 1-I lf.. . LIBERAL ARTS SOPHOMORES - Row 1: T. Andersen. M. Turner. Row 2: R. Fohr. K. McAteer, C. Mar- tin. Row 3: P. Schwartz. I. Wagner. T. Petersen. Class LIBERAL ARTS SOPHOMORES -- How 1: B. Sanderson. H. Schultz, V Chinlund. Row 2: R. Chavurricx, S. Volkmun. I. Speerbrecker. LIBERAL ARTS SOPHOMORES - Row 1: B. Piehl. D. Preske, B. Coi- felt, G. Mcxrkussen, T. Adams. Row 2: F. Adams. I. Klotz, R. Curry, L. Engel. Row 3: E. Heid, B. Kuschel, I. Kannenberg. Row 4: L. Kamlcrh. D. Martin, D. Zogrodnik. of '58 LOWER ELEMENTARY SOPHO- MORES-Row 1: I. Eules, I. Kutter, M. Kaufman. I. Wright. Row Z: M. Horn. C. Owen, G. Owen. I. Norris, I. Wiening. Row 3: R. Wrighi, L. Strobusch. S. Thomas, M. Pederson, C. Taylor. L O W E R ELEMENTARY SOPHO- MORES - Row 1: H. Scheitell, D. Schuler, S. Hiegel, M. Knaup. Row 2: B. Kluge, R. Buszkiewicz, N. Fisch- er, B. Beecher, G. Erdmcxn. Row 3: A. Deschler, N. Davis, M. Iung, E. Kersten. Row 4: C. Chrisiensen, I. Levy, I. Plczutz, H. Brunner, L. Iavers. LIBERAL ARTS SOPHOMORES -- Row 1: H. Iohns, I. Barber, N. Berg lund. Row 2: F. Kasten, I. Gregg, I Bassett, G. Hahn. Row 3: B. Ole son, E. Rohlinger, G. Spencer. UPPER ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORES Row 1 M McTrusty N Poetsch A Falk R Iohnson L Wxlde Row 2 H Bxederer I Wugenknecht M Toldnom C. Shxelds S. Stxrdwunt. UPPER ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE5 -How 1: D. Burien, I. Anderson, A. Farwell. I. Frank. Row 2: D. Hurl- buti, H. Gjertson. D. Iindrc. Row 3: G. Beidatsch, E. Johnson. D. Rohr, R. Becker. ART SOPHOMORES R w 1 I Nagel B Streck L Guenther D Pot ter Row 2 M Knxep N Heywood A Darnkoehler W Borth Row 3 F Nelson A Nxtz L Gutteter Row 4 H Gustafson M Henning M Dretzkc N Olsen Row 5 I Perez G Mxhlelsen L Duszynskl Class EXCEPTIONAL SOPHOMORES-Row 1: I. Marchoni, N. Smiih, M. Schaeiz- el, D. Ebner. Row 2: M. Iones, L. Kcxfkcx, M. Richards, I. Stcxchurski. Row 3: G. Strozewski, M. Kutnyok. of '53 MUSIC SOP!-IOMORES - Row 1: P Kunoskie, P. Hucek, N. Kempfert, I Peschke, A. Meisel. Row 2: L. Mich- aels, I. Olson, E. Kluever, A. Iohnson Row 3: G. Schroeder, R. Walter, M Mennicke, I. Schnagl. Row 4: E Metz, W. Louterbcxch, S. Kcztzfey, I Abuya. SOPHOMORES - Row 1: M. Man- gin, L. Kautenbexger, D. Schumach- er, M. Galsl, D. Skiercz. Row 2: I. Iorgensen, L. Kirchen, E. Alcott, C. Chudy. Row 3: L. Toogood, H. Rue- ge, M. Bush, B. Tessmer. Row 4: A. Rahmel, M. Lemp, S. Appel, G. Schuster, M. Ellison. WSC, here we are! Alter getting ad- justed to a collegiate existence, we plunged into work. Our Homecoming float won third place, we decorated the Yellow Room for Christmas, and plans were made for a new orientation movie. Now it's eyes ahead toward our sophomore year and the merged umversxty FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Ken Klug Vice President Chip Alberts Treasurer Iudy Wagner Secretary Inn Cleary Presrdent Class of 59 FRESHMEN Row 1 E Watson I Gosnell B Schxnke D Knoblauch N Anderson Row 3 H Tremann N Wulf! D Parnell M Tsopels Row 4 I Dumke A Anderson Row 5 G Wallmg D Wtttke R Sobotlk R Conrad 9 Row 2:1 I. lMartin. Pl Bdrk, N. Shaw, ART I-'RESHMEN - Row 1: M. How- ell. D. Rupp, M. Hyink, I. Theurich. Row 2: I. Courtright, M. Fecht, D. Zillmer, I. Butts. Row 3: K. Scully, S. Rusch, P. Wagner, I. Zcxstrow. Row 4: A. Zcxborowski, K. Klug, D. Gourlie, I. Husek, D. Graf. ART PRESHMEN - Row 1: I. Kelly, M. Wicke, M. Benson, D. Erickson How 2: I. Lychwick, E. Cushman, M Skibb, B. Drews. Row 3: I. Pochert, I. Klug, K. lovers, M. Klcrpperich Row 4: V. Barnes, D. Kujoth, B. Lahm, L. Pope. Am' FRFSI-IMEN - Row 1: 1. Iakus I. Wagner. S. Gelenicm, S. Wilson Row 2: L. Mertz. R. Meyer, A. Hen ningsgaard, C. Wirth. Row 3: G Benge, I. Iohnson, R. Serio, S. Lind- er. How 4: T. Behringer, D. Becker LIBERAL ARTS FRESHMEN Row 1 L Anastas L Anton M Dnver A Downey Row 2 R Hammes R Homgren I lost Row 3 K W11 hams D Brodzellex L Fenzl Row ke I Demston LIBERAL ARTS FRESHMEN Row 1 M Flaherty E Kuttler M Klexn L Hesselmk S Kramer Row 2 G Gutkowskx E Gzlbertson D Luko wuz I Ge1ger Row 3 B Mexer K Krause I Enckson Row 4 D Moran R Englehcmt W Hoeit LIBERAL ARTS I-'RESHMEN Row 1 A Sexgnemartm S Wolff C Wurs ter Row 2 R Seebacher P Sum mers S Sorensen M Schmxdt Clasq 4: M. Faddah, W. Barlow, A1 Behn- LIBERAL ARTS FRESHMEN-Row 1 C. Haasch, N. Curran. V. Iacobi, R. Ieknavorian, I. Hazikopf. Row 2: M. Conlon, S. Bellinghansen, G. Dobbs H. Sanasarian. Row 3: A. Clemens I. Baumgartner. G. Busch, C. Bahr. Row 4: D. Beyers, R. Bowes. I. La Pointe, H. Landers. of '59 LIBERAL ARTS FRESHMEN-Row 1: M. Redlich, K. Moore, K. Kresse. S. Mazurkiewecz. Row 2: C. Schlitt. R. Kaminski. M. Mahoney. R. Kuk- linski, S. Le Gath. Row 3: D. Kirch- man, D. Peterson. L. Merkel, I. Klug. Row 4: A. Kopydlowski. R. Charles, W. Mihor, B. Kim, T. Lacitis. LIBERAL ARTS FRESHMEN-Row 1: B. Rabas, S. Shong, H. Doucas. I. Sonneman. Row Z: I. Tillherry, N. Strong, M. Sticks. G. Schlaugat. Row 3: T. Wentz, R. Charles, K. Damro, K. Worley. LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row 1: R. Iuno, L. Gordon. D. How- ard, E. Glick, I. Kubnick. Row 2: I Hansel, I. Fauk, N. I-lruska. L. Krause. Row 3: S. Hart, I. Florine, M. Iarcm- towski. R. Franklin, I. Karp. How 4: K. Iakowski, A. Nelson, I. Kloshe, I Kupferberg. lass LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row I: A. Rogahn, S. Stack. M Schroeter, K. Rzatlciewicl, M. Thomp- son. Row 2: I. Reinemann. R. Sor- enson, S. Tedlinqer, V. Robideau Row 3: S. Schultz, V. Scholz, I. Reed N. Taylor. Row 4: K. Seybold, G. Schildt, P. Zarowski. A. Reinders, D D. Sell. LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row 1: M. Grimm, D. Alexander, M Calkins, C. Emerich. Row 2: K Clark, A. Dake, C. Doberstein, N Delavan. Row 3: H. Daubl, C. Addy D. Berg. Row 4: S. Busalacchi, B Cordes. G. Bames, I. Dolan. of '59 LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row 1: B. Stehle. G. Touhey, D. Schuh, B. Schaenzer. Row 2: I. Verhoeven. M. Schaer, D. Yancy, B. Stoh. Row 3: K. Schcxeser. K. Swetlancl, M. Well- ner, E. Schumacher. Row 4: A. Zim- mennan, A. Richter, I. Swan, K. Reilly. LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row 1: M. Dunn, I. Eberhardt, D. Carter, P. Dublin. D. Anderson. Row 2: P. Anderson. B. Beck, S. Albrecht. L. Davis. Row 3: S. Immekus, B. Huntington, E. Bulin. S. Germanson. Row 4: D. Demien, B. Doherty, M. Iopke. L. Hahlbeck. LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row 1: K. Oehmcke. K. Nimmo. I. Maples. K. Medrow. M. Malone. Row 2: D. Kanter. V. Howard, P. Kulas. D. Robbins. Row 3: Y. Molenda. C. Iacobs, L. Wambach. M. Oppegaard. Row 4: I. Olson, M. Panosian, E. Luloff. LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row 1: K. Harman, A. Gehrig, G. Gcxld, R. Green, S. Kuester. Row 22 S. Krunzbiller, C. Mcxertz, G. Kuhcx- gen, I. Kay, S. Griepentrog. Row 31 C. Bell, B. Ferguson, I. Progcxr, I. Krimmer. Row 4: D. Elsesser, M. Berndt, C. Kozminski, P. Kermow. I Hcxnsen. EXCEPTIONAL I-'RESHMEN-Row 1 I. Kcxpke, P. Nelson, S. Schiereck. T. Gibson, I. Stewart. Row 2: K. Gar- nes, S. Goetzke, D. Lewis. I. Wisch- er. Row 3: S. Sermonet, I. Fogarty, C. Schultz, C. Henschel. LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN- Row 1: P. Murphy, B. lessen, I. Wolf, S. MacDonald, C. Meissner. Row 2: W. Gordon, A. Hieck, C. Murphy. D. Mueller. Row 3: G. Melzer, M. Hu- ber, I. Nesching, E. Geuder. Row 4: T. Kcxrst. M. Muiers, D. Mayer, M. Miller. Class SECONDARY FRESHMEN-Row 1: S. Murcxwski, S. Williams, M. Shcm- non. S. Sontvedt. Row 2: D. Boyd. I. Soltis, W. Wollermcmn, I. Morris Row 3: R. Nelson, M. Scmde, D. Bau- er, K. Dclmro. of '59 SECONDARY FRESHMEN - Row 1: V. Klessig, E. Leitinger. M. Pappas, B. Brcznder. Row 2: M. Luiz. I. Peter- son, K. Wisotzke. Row 3: H. Bent- ley. C. Schroeter. D. Schlaefer, C. Peltes. Row 4: H. Yopps. D. Timler. S. Selle, E. Neudcuer. SECONDARY I-'RESHMEN - Row 1: C. Eichenseer, E. Gall. M. Tockes. C. Bcxshum. Row 2: R. Struer, R. Hu- berty, I. Hintz, T. Kelley. Row 3: H. Knitter, R. Iohnson, R. Luko. G. Behl. SECONDARY FRESHMEN Row 1 I Zcxhn P Dreyer R Adams F Gerend Row 2 V Icy H Doucus I Iensen B Johnson Row 3 K Damro A Borzykowskx I Clecxrey T Brezmk Row 4 C Hennch R Iueger E Dethloff R Cerull EISS UPPER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN Howl G Hudson S Hoff I Schoen feld L Lambert Row 2 R. Myles M Kcznnerczcxk I Exmermunn P Feustel Row 3 G Gjere I Kast ner P Cunmnghccm M Wxllzums Row 4 D De Mcxrs P Goll UPPER ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN Howl I Lachk P Zcrmeke B Zart ler B Klemvehn Row 2 D Weg ner K Zajxcek M WGCk0WSk1 L Oettmexer M Weaver Row 3 T Rehm G Tczmbelhm S Snuth I Swxrkowskx . .. ..' .T In I.. ..- 1 I Q 1... 11 lf. . .,.,..' a :. .. . '.... U... .',- of '59 MUSIC FRESHMEN - Row 1: H. Hansen, I. Koester, I. Stasiak, I. Skow- lund, L. Ryan. Row 2: G. Helton H. Siegl. R. Iohnson, R. Magnus Row 3: C. Zahnow, H. Mennicke, G Otte, G. Sirahan. Row 4: D. Eisch T. Trotier, R. Holt, E. Burrows. MUSIC FRESHMEN -- Row 1: A. Scholiz, M. Nierode, R. Brenner, E. Pausch. Row 2: M. Wiernasz, R. Confare, R. Siegl, R. Magnus. Row 3: R. Steinbach, P. Connors, D. Bisch- off, I. Walker. Row 4: R. Schamber, E. Burrows. 1 FRESHMEN - Row 1: E. Walls, L Yamaguchi, M. Heinrich. H. Thomas Row 2: M. Korbuly, D. Storzer. P Worley. Row 3: W. Krause, M. Sa- vick. C. Hunter. FRESHMEN - Row 1: H. Tiemunn, C. Daniels, I. Hoffmann, N. Ebel. Row 2: A. Matthews, A. McMi11ion, A. Tennant. Row 3: D. Kieiert, W. 1 Sauer, G. Whiteside, G. Poertner. FRESHMEN - Row 1: C. Kloke, D. Dembowski, P. O'Hcu'a. Row 2: G. Richter, R. Kohlbeck, R. Lenroot. ELEMENTARY FRESHMEN - Row 1: I. Shcleski, B. Schceier, P. Bren- es, C. Rowe. Row 2: G. Izard, S. Eichner, S. Flcxvin, P. Koch. Row 3: R. Koeper. R. Trier. LOWER ELEMENTARY FRESH- MEN - Row 1: K. Paulsen, K. Fis- kum, C. Schoneck, P. Homieh. Row 2: B. Brickhouse, D. Kozicki, C. Deh- ring, B. Fruhm. R. Prepster. FRESHMEN - Row 1: S. Pfister, D. Davis, K. Burmeister. Row 2: C. Zczstrow, H. Rettinger. Row 3: G. Gibson. G. Rauwcxld, I. Kcxas. Class Of 959 MEA Milwaukee Football Beloit .... . . .26 Milwaukee Oshkosh .... . . . U Milwaukee Platteville ....... 13 Milwaukee Stevens Point .... 35 Milwaukee La Crosse ....... 26 Milwaukee Whitewater ..... 13 Milwaukee Central Mich. ...63 Milwaukee Carroll ...... . . .25 Alter getting oft to a bad start, the Green Gull Griders revived their spirit by taking two straight. Even though the squad was hampered by injuries. they had a season record of two wins and six losses. Taking sixth place this year in the conference was a good job, and we are looking forward to an even better season next year. Row 1: A. Niesen, M. Scharmach, L. Littaritz. M. Guerino, D. Strankowski, R. Genova. W. Brockway, B. Brown. R. Bottoni. I. Cleary, R. Baldwin, P. Cucinello, D. Muehlbach, F. Budzisz, O. Dadian, B. Graham. I. Rauch. I. Sccuftidi. D. Zemke. Row 2: H. Kluge. A. Kraft, W. Wagener, P. Keene. A. Knurr, I. Sullivan, M. Dressler, T. Porth, T. Borzykowski. E. Lund, R. O'Brien. P. Kostrivas, I. Stanzer, T. Kubiak, T. Trier, F. Bartelt, I. Tierney, L. Geil, I. Kliebhan. Row 3: R. Rebholz. R. Peter, I. Schuster. D. Tuler, I. Ziolkowski, G. Schaeffer. I. Drewek. D. Westhoten, S. Netzel, S, Hacinowski, E. Brandt, I. Hrovat, M. Kaishicm, B. Schauer, N. Bilty, I. Fusek. 83 F Bartelt M Dressler H Martm G Schaeffer Fullhack End Ouarterbaclc Center Tackle End Haliback Guard O Dadlcm R Genova N Bllty I Fusek Guard End Fullback Halfbaclc 1 S. Netzel E. Brandt T. Kubiak F. Budzisz A R. Bottoni D. Strankowski I. Sullivan I. Rauch H-alfback Quarterback Center Guard W. Brockway S. Racinowski I. Ziolkowski I. Stanzer Center Tackle Tackle Haliback P. Cucinello I. Drewek T. Trier Coach Kluge Halfback End Fullback Cross Countr Row l: G. Iatczak, B. Eichfeld, R. Struck, R. Cerull, C. Prokos, B. Huberty. Row 2: B. Eichelberg, D. Pochert, T. Hut- kowski. I. Burk, Coach Tierney. TT Coach Tierney and his runners can be justly proud oi their season record of four victories in five clual meets. The team also took a first place at Naperville, Illinois in the Nor1h Central Triangular meet on October 8th, The four letter winners were Burk. Perez. Huberty, and Rutkowski, With almost all lettermen returning next year, the team is assured of continued success. For the iitth time the team iinished the season with a seven and tive confer- ence record. This record put the team in fifth place in the conference standings. The over-all season record was thirteen and eight. Coach Rebholz will have a well experienced squad next year. Torn Kneusel, a sophomore, who was second high scorer in the conference will be returning next year to boost the team. Season's Scores Milwaukee . . . 76 Stevens Point ..... . . . 87 Milwaukee ...... 82 De Kalb .... .... 8 8 Milwaukee .... 86 Carroll . . . . . . . 58 Milwaukee .... 107 Milton ..... .... 5 5 Milwaukee . . . 68 De Paul .... . . . . 86 Milwaukee . . . 85 Platteville .... . . . . 91 Milwaukee . . . 84 St. Norbert ......... . 82 Milwaukee . . . BB Stevens Point ....... . 67 Milwaukee . . . 67 Carroll ......... . . . . B3 Milwaukee . . . 74 Superior ..... . . . . 88 Milwaukee . . . 50 La Crosse .... . . . . 85 Milwaukee .... 115 Navy Pier ...... .... 6 S Milwaukee . . . 89 Whitewater .... . . . . 78 Milwaukee . . . 90 Oshkosh ..... . . . . 78 Milwaukee . . . 74 Platteville ...... . . . . 92 87 83 82 87 Milwaukee . . . Eau Claire . . . . . . . Milwaukee . . . 98 River Falls ..... . , . . Milwaukee .... 67 St. Norbert .......... Milwaukee .... 118 Michigan Tech. ...... 107 Milwaukee . . . 82 Whitewater .... . . . . 75 Milwaukee . . . 90 Oshkosh ..... . . . . 79 Basketball COACH REBHOLZ Next page. Row 1: I. Perez, I. Stanzer. R. Kotz, I. Gromacki, D. Iindra. I. Klabunde. Row 2: O. Carter, G. Iorgensen. B. Wilhelmi, S. Netzel. D. Reinheimer. Row 3: T. Kneusel, I. Dietrich, K. Fans, B. Genova. B. ' Iosten, D. Loth. mm M-- af ww - yn- fvj 1, '54 u ' 'N' tu ' ,- ' X -1 -..:: 3 5 ' . ' I ' ,A,. I 1 1 Q :gg .,., - gr:-5, .... Q, 1 -T Q.. ..... ..., z ., . M ' - f 1 1 H4 uw f' ., , 1' ,M 'M 3 , 5 "f M. X If 4- . 'N ,mm x , ,ww,.wllNl. MW..'mmm.. , V M. w1,M!!ww1N.mmN wvfmwgr was 4 'X Z' ' -. , ' ' xx! .. ,IEW si I W X 'K 5 1, .:.,I: ,CQJKUK I V 45.. ' ' "7-711 xr15?1,f :-:5E::IE":" ,i ' N " .55 ,A N X f- : .. , W 2, X-4+ ik- ,. W w , ' 5. W Q W P' Wm.w:, H ' - if . x...1 X wiki' C , N Nw A "'iml!"3!'1'J'"W.ml'li!'l!lf:1!'ll"-. NW!" """'w,:l"'!ii 'W' " "' wil" wgywkfffffifif - wh . -., ,.... . K X Nxt' MH! E sw? 212 X 1 A .z Z5 wa Q1 .gh 3 g. if id S ,Rm , , ,,,, ,,,u,, . 33 "NV 'J ' 1' 1, , 11 ,, Wu ' "H - "M" H H w 2 H, 1, , 1 ,iw , ya? H ' A ll? , ' 34 ' ,N 1 j - . ffwl fx! xx M A ...,. ' ., , , , ,L,,.,,,,,,A , .. V. ' ..... M A -. . .. , Y ------ I f UH Q ,te''2155,Eb-,,,5.E,5,E,E,5.:i.: ' 2:9-:'-' '-31:5-:5x:.5 :j. zxxyggf .,.. :V x W' , .... 32?-.252 f, W" N- -PJ H W X ' 1 MU ' ,w C' ' 'f r 6 , H ,ww ,, ,1 ' , , V' Wi" ig - 'M .zu VW' .. L: N N31 ,W ,, E ml' ,fi Q + , , l ' 1 ' 11 -.5 N' i 5 N Q ------- ' , 'iiugff .gsm -,Z , L NY " 1 Y ' : Sf, , Sv' BN x K w: . w 1 u ww X Afizif' L. ,sn 1 W 1 gn M, Sm , fy, ww 1,,, ,,,',3,, ,M wN,. j,, iw ,l .2 WIN fu, K 4 , N ,wi w EE wig 3 n .gi A -2' ff ,P X x fm 1 W is 1 Nigga, Swimming Row 1: I. Zera. I. Weisto, B. Tamer, D. Bogenschild. I. Weber. Row 2: F. Bartelt. T. Petersen. I. Molenda, T. Nitzsche Row 3: R. Bennett. S. Racinowski, B. Emanuelson. I. Koehn. Row 4: G. Schulze. K. Zaeske. I. Smith, O. Misiewicz. The team has a season record of six wins - three losses, with losses going to Central Michigan and Beloit. The Gulls placed third out oi eleven at Naperville, Illinois on March 10th, in the mid-west Invitational Meet. Senior and co-captain Bob Kuehneisen set a new record in the 200-yd breast stroke. Duane Misiewicz, freshman, bolstered the team by placing first in the 50-yd and 100-yd free style in the mid-west meet. Swimming Record Milwaukee . . . ...... 57 U W M ........ . . . . Milwaukee .... 33 Central Michigan . . Milwaukee .... 47 Michigan Tech ..... Milwaukee .... 57 U. of Ill. CNavy Pier? Milwaukee .... 59 Wright Ir. College . . Milwaukee .... 40 Beloit ............. Milwaukee .... 64 La Crosse ......... Milwaukee .... 37 Central Michigan . . Milwaukee .... 57 U W M ............ Wrestling Wrestling Scores Milwaukee .... 25 Carroll .............. 3 Milwaukee .... 17 Marquette ........... 13 Milwaukee .... 8 U. W. IV's .......... 20 Milwaukee .... 28 Central Michigan .... 10 Milwaukee .... 12 Wheaton ............ 16 Milwaukee .... 22 University of Illinois. . 10 Milwaukee .... 9 Stevens Point ........ 21 Milwaukee .... 18 Ripon ............... 1 5 Milwaukee .... 19 Central Michigan .... 10 Milwaukee .... 24 Carroll .............. 8 MARQUETTE QUADRANGULAR MEET ........ 1ST PLACE STEVENS POINT TOURNAMENT .. 3RD PLACE In its third season at WSC, the wrestling team turned in a seven win-three loss record. The squad also took top honors in the Marquette Quadrangular Meet. Lettermen are Bob Bathey Torn Breznik Bob Curry Dick Kiel Ierry Kopecky Iohn Rauch Dick Schick Fred Wood and Ernie Nlcholette mgr All but Breznik and Nicholette received their second letter this year Row 1 E Nxcolette M Guenno D Kiel R Bathey T Bre nxk I Nault Coach Brxskey Row 2 D Fohr B Gutsch K Martin I Kopecky F Wood I Rauch C Martin D Schick Row 3 B Iohnson R Cerull G Fr nzx 91 I I I 1 I 1 1 1 I I. . . , . , . .. C ,. , . ' I . , . , - 1- i - 4- 4 . , . . C. , . , . 1... Track Row 1 A Budzak D Perez R Struck R Cerull B Zrrbel T Parsons D Pochert Coach Tlerney Row 2 B Exchixeld I Gelger T Rutkowsk: I Burk B Appleby D Boqenschxld G Tagatz D Pangborn I Klotz F Wmter B Huberty W Sutherland new record ln the elght lap College Relay at the Mzlwaukee Ioumals Indoor Track meet was set by Dobbs Stewart Exchfeld and Perez For the fttth out oi sxx nmes Coach Tterneys men won the Annual Invttahonal Meet held at the Arena Havmg twelve lettermen returmng from last years conference champlonslnp team makes the future for the thmhes look very promxsmg Track Meets Date Opponent Feb Clrncago Track Club Invltatlonal Mar North Central College Inv1tat1onal Mar 1VI1lwaukee Iournal Relays Mar North Central College Mar Northern Il11no1s Mar Central Mlchlgan Mar U of Ch1CUgO Mar Ch1p relays at Mt Pleasant Aprll 7 W1scons1n AAU 92 A . .F . , .25 ' " .3 " .10 ' .12 .21 " - .24 " .28 . ' .31 ' . a , -w.,,,N 51- ,, - 'M'P-mW- A ' 'v " 4 .-my v. A MS' M -'-' : 11' 1: 'L ' M 51 A .- --N QS' L f 1 1 X 4 Q A 1' ' . 11 .x?ff,.'f f ml ..:.:.:.:.:.: ,W , 1 ,'5' ' v 1 g R . : i A ggrwgmmsm gl - gL,L,,,f:,mm.. A - .gig , 1: :f "rw ,gf Q WMM , . 1 - , 3 W J' X M Q I 'V' " w ,, , . - A lv , tv l ,., ' N vw fm. J, , .1 in Q Z L , , ,H-AFL? I .-f.,....' 1 -131.4 ....-fp?-5 A ux' 1 fl .I 'Q 4' I ii... ,L W., wa 1 , , v T if 52 'QA ' QeN..Q3,fw-f- I-nnununm 3' :ick- , -JW 1 1 fl J W . 5 x 1. ...mmm- www .M 'C Ki' 1353 ,C Y wg? fd'- -4 -, , exiiflaan 5555 :f,,Qw:Ak Baseball Row l: D. Lewison, B. Cherner. K. Duecker. I. Stein, B. Schramm, I. Klabunde. D. Edwards, I. Harvey, G. Iorgensen Row 2: Coach Kraeit, R. Roventini, I. Cummings, A. La Barbera, B. Moylan, K. Rollman, I. Cleary, B. Hunt, K. Kurowski D. Tuler, D. Wyderka, I. Dietrich. Baseball is on the campus for the first time in the history of the school. Coach Kraeft, as the head of this team, is hoping and working for a bright future. With all but one State college sponsoring baseball, conference compe- tition in an organized WSC conference may not be too far away. Baseball Schedule April I3 ....................... UWM April 18 .... ...... C arroll April 21 .... ..... P latteville April 24 . . . .... Whitewater May 8 .... ...... C arroll May 12 .... .... P latteville May 16 . . . ...... Oshkosh May 25 .................. Whitewater Iune 2 ..................... Oshkosh 94 The WSC golf team looked forward to a bright season this year. Among their meets, the team traveled to Oshkosh and played the University of Wis- consin Extension, Whitewater, and Marquette at home. The Wisconsin State College Conference was held May 18th at La Crosse. G0 Row 1: T. Draws. R. Barak, D. Westhofen. 'Row 2: Coach Hebholz. B. Moylan, I. Riess. D. Fraser. Tennis Row l Don Preske Irvm Fnedland Row 2 Onmg Dadxan Coach Rebholz Ierry Kopecky WSC tenms team had cz ixne season last year placmg second ln the conference A record of four wlns and four losses was the result of the efforts of the team which uxcluded letterman Fnedland Kopecky Preske Tweedy and Curry In the State Meet Fnedland and Kopecky took second m the doubles and remaxned undefeated ln doubles play m dual meets through the enhre season 96 Mllwaukee Mllwaukee Mllwaukee Mllwaukee Mllwaukee Mllwaukee M11waukee 55 Scores Marquette Extenslon Wh1tewater Marquette North I111no1s Carroll Whltewater ' ......... 1 . ' ......... 7 ' . . ' ......... 8 ' Milwaukee ......... 4 Carroll .... ' ......... 2 . ' ......... 5 ' ' ' t ......... 4 . . . . ' ......... 8 ' lub Row 1: B. Iosten. D. Tebay, C. Mar- tin, F. Budzisz. I. Rauch, R. Kiel, I. Weber. W. Brockway. Bow 2: I. Geiger. G. Burk. F. Wood. E. Brandt, D. Graser, I. Riess. D. Pochert, Mr. Kraett. Row 3: I. Burk. M, Dressler, I. Weisto, I. Klotz. I. Perez. I. Koehn. K. Martin, I. Dietrich, T. Petersen, D. Strankowski, P. Cucinello. Row 4: D. Dawley, I. Ziolkowski, M. Kaish- ian, I. Kopecky, T. Rutkowski. D. Perez, D. Westhoien, S. Netzel, I. Olson. The "M" Club is made up of varsity lettermen from every sport. Its purpose is to promote good fellowship between men with a common interest in athletics. The club co-operates with its alumni members in organizing an annual Homecoming banquet. "M" Club also plans other social gatherings. This year's officers are Dick Perez, president: Iohn Koehn, vice-president: Iim Olson, secretary: and Iack Dietrich, treasurer. WBA is an extra-curricular organization for promoting women's sports and other women's recreational activities. Participation in one or more sports is the only requirement for membership. The WRX Executive Board is a self- goveming student group which directs, promotes and organizes WRA activities. This year's officers are Mary Muehl- berg, president: Marge Pierce, vice-president: Pat Basile. recording secretary: Helen Biederer, corresponding secretary: Val Chinlund. treasurer: Pat Zarneke. concessions: Gerry Smith and Nancy Pagel, publicity: Fern Ehlers, adviser: and the sports heads. As extra recreational activities during the year WBA sponsors club parties. sport "play days." trips, concession stands at athletic events, the spring banquet, and the homecoming float. W R A Board . t . p Row 1: L. Griffith, s. LeGath, H Biederer, I. Desing. Row 2: P. Zar neke, C. Basham, I. Martin, M Tackes, S. Sontveclt, V. Scholz. 97 Dorado Row I P Basxle D Skxera A Lag erman I Kubmck S Marurkxewxcz Row 2 C Taylor D Salberhch G Kuhagen I Kay H Bentley Row 3 S Kxester M Iopke D Carter E Ghch D Kxrchman V Yanowxtz I Nobel Row 4 R Kukhnskx D Weg ner M Myhre Mxss Troemel Dorado 15 a very actxve year round orgaruzahon wxthm WBA Throughout the entlre year preparatlon IS made for a water ballet 1n May The group works mtensely ln perfectmg routxnes m rhythmxc swxmmxng and water ballet stunts Dorothy Skxera xs sport head of Dorado Thls year archery was maugurated as an rndoor sport with the necessary eqmpment purchased by WBA Archery IS now a year round sport Thls year many new and mexpenenced g1rls partlcxpated rn archery Ioan Iacobs and Ioan Koeppler mstructed the new gxrls 1n the methods of the archer rchery Row 1 kneelmg A Rogahn V Scholz M Tackes P Wagner M Hoffmann L Deerwester M Kle1n Row 2 M Shannon S Immekus B Ferguson I Krause Row 3 S Sontvedt I Kluq S LeGath C Horn G Smlth D Tewes Ilacobs E Schumacher M Iopke I Pew I Koeppler I Klug N Slevert 98 I. 1. 1 1 sw want sv- I '- 1. 1. 1 ,. ,. . Volleyball Row 1: P. Graf, M. Tweeden, S. Le- Gath, I. Kay, I. Martin, A. Seigne- marten. Row 2: D. Fischer, M. Sticks. R. Adams, N. Taylor, P. Smith. D. Dauer. Row 3: P. Zarneke. G. Mumbrue, N. Wilson, A. Downey, D. Kanter. Every Wednesday night at 4 p.m. a group of girls would gather in the girls gym in Baker Fieldhouse for an enjoy- able game of volleyball. Instruction in volleyball techniques and rules were given by Io Desing and Liz Griffith. sport heads. The basketball team had some very good training and experience this year. Inter-school games were played with Alverno, Mount Mary. and Cardinal Stritch Colleges. Ian Anderson and Ianis Thone arranged and directed the basketball activities. H Basketball Row 1: N. Pagel, N. Blasewitz. D. Skiera, P. Zarneke. I. Desing, M. Sobkowiak. Row Z: M. Muelber, I Wood, P. Basile, G. Smith, H. Bie- derer, I. Thone. F. Ehlers, L. Griffith. M. Pierce, I. Anderson. 99 S Government Ai Commonwealth Mxchael Barron C E B presldent Wxlham Parsons vlce presxdent The Commonwealth was orgamzed 1n 1924 and 1S composed of all students and faculty at the college It xs an mstrument to bu11d closer co operauon between the students and faculty The goals oi thxs orgam zat1on are to bnng umty of co curncular act1v1t1es provzde fmances for school actlvmes mtegrate co cur rxcular act1v1t1es wxth acadernlc trammg cmd to bnng about democrauc partxclpatlon m school functlons The funds come from students at the txme of regxstratlon Ioanne Boyer treasurer Mary Ellen Tmgley secretary t Executive Board Row I I Boyer M Txngley I Peter Row 2 Mr R Txllema M Barron W Parsons The Execunve Comrmttee ot C E B acts as a steerxng commxttee to plan the agenda for the meetmgs It also carr1es out general husmess between meetmgs The Commonwealth Executxve Board or C E B 1S the student governing body and has 1ur1sd1ct1on over college dxvxsxons classes commrttees and organxzatrons It has both student and faculty representatxon chosen from the dlvxslons of the college rn proportlon to membersh1p rn the drvxsron The presrdent thls year was Mxchael Barron the vrce presldent W1ll1am Parsons the secretary Mary Ellen Tmgley and the treas urer Ioanne Boyer The pnmary work ol the oftxcers and the faculty 1S to gurde the work of C E and to enforce penalhes tor mfractrons of the rules Howl Grapp D Rambadt I Iacoby Mrkaelxan Row 2 N Breske Netzer A Schultz B Geske Owen W Parsons M Barron Row 3 M Tmgley IPe ter C Uhlxg C Wohanka I Boyer C Anderson P Drlscoll Mxss V Wollaeger I Iones P Cucmello Row 4 M Kaxshran R Whalen H Martm A Rers Mr D H111 Mr B T1llema Mr I Salamun A Barde R Ehbers R Roman R Zlegler 103 . . ' ' ' ' . . B.: to establish necessary committees. to appropriate and budget funds, to enact necessary by-laws for C. E. B.. : R. . . , , S. ' ' . : , L. , . . , G. , . . I I tudent Pollcy Row l Dr I M Klotsche D Hun kel M Barron Row 2 N Soko lowskl D Regan The Student Pohcy Commxttee compnsed of heads of all key campus organxzatlons IS an advisory group of C E B Th1s cornmlttee holds meet1ngs wxth Pres1dent Klotsche and dxscusses wxth hxm current problems on the campus partlcularly stressrng the students poxnt ot vxew The Pubhcatxons Comrmttee a comnuttee of C E B has charge of approvmg the staffs and polxcxes of all student publications of the college The commxttee under Don Sm1thes charrmanshxp thls year draws up yearly budgets for pubhcatxons presents the budgets to C E B and recommends students who have done outstanding work for publxcatxons awards on Class Day Publlcatlons Row 1 Mr H Ahlgren I Grace D Sm1thes M Mohr Dr M Free man Row 2 M Clark M Nelsen S Mxley M Kem 104 O w . . . . 1 . - 1 . . . . ' 1 1 . . 1 . . 1 . 1 . . .1 . . . . 1 . . . . , 1 1 . . .1 I O I . . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 - - ' . I . 1 1 1 Row I: I. Michels, Mr. A. Casebeer. L. Iavers. B. Androy, H. Paukert C. Taylor. Miss C. Wollaeger, B Michaels. Row 2: K. Klug, M. Kem I. Wagenknecht. C. Christensen, I Norris. K. Kasten. B. Selig. D. La- Tonders, B. Glaser. I. Wagner. C Uhlig, M. Nelsen. I. Frank. Row 3: M. Lemp. E. Gilbertson, B. Grapp G. Tagatz. F. Alfino. M. Turner A. Farwell. I 1 1 ocial One of the most important of the C. E. B. committees is the Social Committee, which directs all college social events. The committee. this year under the chairmanship of Robert Grapp. plans and organizes such events as Homecoming, mixers. Campus Carnival, Union Premier. and chatter hours. The Student Union Committee, a C. E. B. committee. sets the policies and decides on all procedures of the Union. This year. under the chairmanship ot Donald Hambadt. the committee sponsored a Painting Party to help paint the new college Union. The work oi the committee centers around the improvement of the serv- ices of the Union, to the students and the faculty. tu ent UHIOH S d ' Row I: Mr. A. Casebeer. R. Dawley, B. Grapp, D. Rambadt, M. Langer:- dori, S. Tabbert. Row 2: R. Gra- bowski. H. Tschamack, A. Farewell, C. Lovrien, M. Clark. F. Bartelt. L. Halberg. B. Androy, I. Wiening, I. Weber, R. Bennett. 105 Human Relatlons Rowl N Pagel D Hunkel B Lehn M Mohr I Smejkal S Koe mg H Rueqe E Wheeler R Frsher Row 2 L Wolfe Mr W Donnelly M Vruwmk P Wexdner I Thxerielder M Dean D Splxnter P Sullxvan1 H Iefierson D Brown The Human Relatlons Commrttee under the guldance of xts chaxrrnan Mlss Charlotte Wollaeger attempts to promote better student faculty relatxons mter student relatzons and student commumty relatxons The com mlttee sponsored xts annual Leadershxp Workshop thxs year The Athletic Comrruttee xs In charge of mtercollegxate and mtramural sports The committee also supervises busmess matters and flnancxal problems of the athletlc orgamzatxons The program rncludes football basket ball track tennxs swxmmmg golf cross country and wrestlmg Roger Bottom was the charrman thxs year thletlc Row 1 R Bottom Mr R Txllema Mr W Atwood T Kubxak R Daw ley Bow 2 R Whlte S Netzel F Kuether C VIHCSHK I Perez Mr H Kluge 106 - . 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . - - 1 . 1 . 1 . - . , . . 1 1 1 1 A N . . 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' . - . 1 - 1 . 1 . 1 - 1 Row 1 I Bethke R Thompson M Mohr Row 2 N Poetsch M Tol dnan G Wannmacher F Vama Platform The Platiorrn Commxttee a C E B commrttee rs made up of student and faculty members and has the task of presentmg Thursday morning assembly programs xn the college audltonum The commxttee this year under the charrmanslup of Robert Thompson presents such thmgs as musrc recxtals cmd plays faculty and student lectures art demonstratxons dances news commentators and famous wnters and speakers The Health and Welfare Commrttee thxs year under the charrmanshrp oi Lors Ansorge rs concerned wrth the emotxonal mental and physrcal welfare of the students Mlss Pearl Augspurger the college nurse cmd Dr Owen Rowlands the college physrcxan work closely wxth thxs C E B commxttee Worklng wxth the health fee collected from the students each semester xt drrects such servrces as psychratrrc assrstance phys rcal exammahons chest Xrays and general medical care Health and Welfare Row 1 Mrss E Troemel C Jensen L Ansorge F Becker R Wrttrg Mrss P Augspurger Row 2 N Del avan S Koenrg Mr H Kluge I Mlchels Mrss G Hrldreth Mrs Fc: bry Row 3 G Erdman Mrs An halt B Mrchaels G Stautner 107 .. 1 - H: Hu w ,. tw, . t 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 1 ,, 1 Q 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 , 1 . . . 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . - . 1 . , . - 1 1 1 1 1 Organlzatlons Row l G Owen R Whalen L Netzer Row 2 S Mxkaehan A Rels D Roman The funchons of th Orgamzatlons Committee are to supervlse all school orgcrmzatxons and to mvestrqate any new organrzauon Wh1Ch forms on campus before xt 1S approved by the Commonwealth The cornmlttee under the chalrmanshxp oi Robert Whalen prepared an all college SOCIGI calendar for the use of the stu dents and the faculty The mam dunes of the Admlmstratxon Cornmrttee center around the mterpretatron of the constxtutxon ot C E B The group thts year under the chmrmanshrp oi Carol Uhlxq acts as an advlsory board to the pres1derxt of C E B ln matters pertamxng to the adrnxmstratlon of any group or organxzauon of the college dmlnlstratlon Row 1 C Anderson C Uhhg M1ss V Wollaeger Row 2 B Grapp B Geske R Zleqler 108 I O - - 1 1 1 . . I . 1 . . D . . . . . . . . -f 1 1 . , . . . 1 1 I O O I . 1 . 1 . . 1 . 1 . X . Men s Club Rowl W Prerce Dr H Uber T Parsons W Herbst How 2 R Kraklow B Ehn R Sommerfxeld D Schwahn R Morrng All men of the college are members ol the Mens Club or the C M A The frrst semester offxcers thrs year were Roland Kohl preszdent Wrlham Prerce vlce presrdent Iames Brermann secretary and Thomas Parsons treasurer Second semester offrcers were Iack Behlendorf prestdent Rxchard Sommerheld vrce presrdent Roy Yopps secretary and Thomas Parsons treasurer Some of the actxvltles ol the C M A were an all school roller skatrxg party TWICE dunng the year a smoker lor all tne new male students and the sponsormg of a dance The club also presents two scholarshlps annually The Interdorm Commrttee conslsts oi representatives of the four dorms and the members work to lntegrate the actrvltxes carried on 1n dorm hie For the thrrd consecutrve year the cornrnrttee won hrst place 1n Peak Nrght and thrs year won the travelmg trophy The offrcers were Mary Ellen Brown presxdent Pat Kulas secretary and Iohn Gustafson treasurer Inter Dorm Bowl G Taukey P Kulas M Brown C Rtesenweber D Behnke Row 2 H Gustafson I Van Ant werp M Conlon D Rambadt A Farwell B Gamoke G Wlerman 109 1 1 1 1 . , 1 , 1 1 1 . 1 - 1 - 1 . 1 . . 1 . . . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 . . . , ' I 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - U . . , . , . 1 . 1 . . . . , 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 , . . College Women's Association Dolores Hunkel, C. W. A. president. The C. W. A.. the College Wornen's Association, is the women's governing body of the college. The purpose of this organization is to promote the best interests of college women. to afford opportunities for leadership and participation in college affairs, to encourage high standards of social behavior. and to emphasize the responsibilities inherent to a democratic society. Miss Charlotte Wollaeger, Miss Marie Merkel. Miss LuE11a Burmeister, Miss Patricia Rosencranz. and Miss Oral Robbins serve as the advisers. The officers this year were Delores Hunkel, president: Mary Maierle, vice-president: Karen Peters. secretary: and Marjory Pierce. treasurer. Some of the activities of C. W. A. were the Big Sister party for the incoming treshmen girls. Good Grooming day, the Christmas Tea dance, a Fellowship breakfast, and the climax of the year, C. W. A. Day, a day set aside to honor college women and their place on the campus. Row 1: I. Boyer, B. Rayner, L. Baumbach. I. Iohnson. Row 2: N. Pagel. M. Pierce, D. Hunkle. M. Maierle, K. Peters. Row 3: B. Bueger, P. Rosencranz, O. Robbins, A. Hass. V. Klotzbach, R. VanDeuren, S. Kuestermann. 110 Bowl I Iones C Wohcmka N Breske Row 2 M Kalshxcm R Eb bers Mr P Salamun Electlon The Electlon Commlttee a committee of the Commonwealth supervxses college electrons The commxttee under the chalrmcmshxp oi Carol Wohanka thls year plans the electrons dxstubutes the ballots and assxsts at the elecuons The Fmunce Commxttee thls year under the chazrmansh1p of Joanne Boyer rs m charge of imancxal regu lations of C E B Its functmons are to examme monthly reports of organxzatlons supported by C E B rec ommend the annual budget and submxt a flncmcxcll report to the board each month F mance Row I A Schultz I Boyer P Dns coll How 2 Mr R T1l1emc1 I Ia coby D Rambadt P Cucmello lll a 1 I- lv' . , . , I I ' no- noni' , . 0 l 1 '- .. ,. ,. .. .. . Row I D Parnell M Tsopels N Anderson I Fauk A Wallner B Bunnell M Raab Row 2 B Rabcrs S Selle C Doberstexn C Schowalter T Gxbson I Morns M Conlon D Anderson M Felker M Stratman R Iohn B Schmke Row 3 M Benson C Taylor N Davxs M Hom A Farwell Mrs Wmckler V Klotzbach M Iunq E Kersten Row 4 I Desxng K Peters B Sehg E Sanderson R P1111 C Rxesenweber D Sarberhch H Paukert D La G Erdrnan D Rmtelman P Pech M Brown D Splmter I Pew Kenwood Kenwood Hall IS the womens dormrtory on the shore of Lake Mxchlgan Mrs Else Wmckler IS the housemother of thrs dorm The ofhcers for the fxrst semester were Lors Ansorge presldent Delores Rxntleman vlce presrdent Evelyn Kersten secretary Ioyce Pew treasurer and Ann Farwell soclal chairman Second semester ofhcers were Io Ann Desmg presrdent Dorothy Sarberhch vrce presxdent Beverly Schhnke secretary Io Ann Moms treas urer and Pat Pacrottx socxal chaxrman OHICEIS for both semesters were Vlra Klotzbach reporter and Manlyn Benson lustonan Some of the events were a Fall date party a Sprmg formal chnner date party Parents Day and an all college open house Tonders, S. Koenig. Row 5: Trangmar, M. Mnehlberg, N.lB1.lrrilI, lL. -Ansorge, M. lMaierle, I. Bailles, I. Anderson, I Marietta Marietta House is the self-governed women's dormitory, which houses iitty-live girls. Mrs. Iane Parker is the housemother of this dorm. Oliicers for the lirst semester were Ingrid Iohl, president: Ellen Lorield, vice-president: Ioan Ianecky, treasurer: Pat Yanke, secretary: and Ianet Anderson and Sandra Schultz, co-social chairmen. Second semester officers were Arlene Hass, president: Gail Podeweltz. vice-president: Ellie Eggener. treasurer: Sandy Schultz, secretary: and Roberta Krueger and Ioyce Florine, co-social chairmen. The Marietta Formal, a dinner date party, the annual Parents' Day, and an All-School Open House were some of the events of this dorm. Row 1: I. Pauli, B. Lawry, A. Hass, I. Wieman, G. Podeweltz. L. Baumbach, L. Wilde, C. Meckes, P. Kulas. Row 2: M Paynter, D. Case. I. Anderson, I. Iohl, Mrs. Parker, E. Lorleld, P. Yanke. I. Ianecky, S. Schultz, I. Koester. Row 3: S Griepentrog, F. Kasten, I. Gregg, H. Hinze, D. Berner, I. Bassett. M. Dauska, A. Mueller, D. Rehfeldt, N. Berglund, P Donovan, R. Krueger, I. De Groff, I. Klingbile. How 4: H. Eggener, D. Horn, M. Pierce, E. Cushman, B. Whitiord. S Pape, M. Iewell. L. Toogood, S. La Borde, F. Nelson, M. Voell, M. Wicke, V. Howard. Row 1 I Van Antwerp C Emench C Iavore, D. Behnke. R. Rettler, E. Iohnson, G. Touhey. Row 2: I. Slade, M. Schaetzel M Berndt H DeCono Mrs Smith L. Iohnson, B. Driscoll, D. Hctack. Row 3: I. Hagen, N. Schwartz, L.Kaika. E Glick I Wagenknecht C Kannenberg R Prine, N. Delavan, N. Taylor, S. Keishian. Shepard Shepard Alumni House, the smallest women's dormitory, houses twenty-four girls. The housemother oi the dormitory is Mrs. Genevieve Smith. She is assisted by the officers, who are elected by the girls living at the dorm. The first semester officers this year were Renee Prine. president: Elaine Iohnson. vice president: Mary Berndt, secretary: Helen DeCono. treasurer: and Ioyce Wagenknecht and Iane Van Antwerp, co-social chairmen. The second semester otiicers were Elaine Johnson, president: Ianet Hagen, vice president: Glenna Touhey, secretary: Colette Kannenberg, treasurer: and Les Ann Kafka and Nancy Delavan. co-social chairmen. The activities oi the year included: an annual Halloween party. a Christmas date party, the Senior banquet, All- School Open House, Peak Night, and an annual Parent's day. Stowell Stowell House is the only men's dorm on the WSC campus. The house is self-governed, and the men decide on their regulations. The first semester officers this year were Harvey Larson, president: Bruce Gates, vice-president: Iohn Dugan, secretary: Wilbur Way, treasurer: and Donald Rambadt. social chairman. Second semester officers were Iohn Gustafson, president: Bruce Gates. vice-president: Iohn Dugan. secretary: Wilbur Way. treasurer: and Richard Daehnert, social chairman. Some oi the events this year included date parties, open house, and the sponsoring a school dance. Mrs. Thompson is the housernother. Row 1: R. Daehnert. G. King, A. Sauer, P. Connors. R. Hase. Row 2: R. Sherwood, B. Gates. Mrs. Thompson, H. Carson. I. Kreiizer. W. Way. Row 32 C. Zahnow, H. Gustafson. W. Pomes, D. Rambadt. I. Dugan, I. Walkenhauer, S. Mikaelian. T. Berenz, G. Wierman, A. Caucutt. D. Glocke. I. Smith. Row 4: L. Hutton. R. Raschka, R. Widder, T. Murphy, R. O'Brien, I. Cummings, W. Laurent. 11.5 Battalion Staff Row I Cadet Lt Col L Halberg Battahon Commander Row 2 Ca det Major H Elsesser Battalion Ex ecuhva Ofhcer CadetMa1 P Scar dma Battahon S3 Cadet Capt D Rambadt Battahon SZ Cadet Capt R Los1k Baitalxon S4 Cadet Cap! I Bless Battalion S1 Reserve Offlcers Traxnxng Corps or R O T C consxsts of a basxc course requlred of quahlxecl freshmen and sophomores and an advanced course open to all who are ehglble On completxon of ihe course the graduates may apply for commlssxon Row 1 2nd Lt C Laska Znd Lt I RISSS Znd Lt D Newcomb Row 2 2nd Lt D Bessette 2nd L D S1kOISkl Znd Lt R Roe lex 2nd Lt C Frenag 116 Semors Drill Team Row 1: L. Witter, K. Roozen, R. Conrad, R. Zigcrn, F. Kreutzfeld, I. Schaefer. Row 2: R. Hansen, G. Walling, D. Mar- tin. H. Landers, I. Baumgartner. Row 3: E. Iohnson, D. Logan, P. Donhauser. I. Lambert, C. Hunter, A. Clemens, R. Koessler. Some of the activities include the military ball, a drill team. cmd a rifle team. The H. O. T. C. is headed by Lt. Col. Edgar T. Guenther. and the Cadet Battalion Com- mander is Graham Byrnes. Rifle Team Row 1: F. Kreutzfeldt, C. Anderson, G. Huegshy, C. Peterson, I. Stauben Row 2: Sgt. D. Iohnson. L. Halberg W, Maurer, I. Lambert, R. Navarre, R. Koessler, F. Mueller. 117 RCTC Ball The Military ball, a combined WSC and University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee R. O. T. C. event, was held this year in the new college union. Mary Voegler of WSC. and Barbara Schoenfeld of the University of Wis- consin in Milwaukee, were the co-queens oi the ball. Marilyn Benson and Beverly Reizlafl were on the court from WSC. WSC's Royalty: Beverly Retzlafl, Queen Mary Vogler, Marilyn Benson. Queens and Courts oi Honor: Susan Dahlke. Sallie Schultz, Queen Barbara Schoenield, Queen Mary Voqler, Marilyn Benson. Beverly Retzlaff. Organizations WISCOHSIH tate Ianet Lader Peter executlve edxtor and Nell Sokolowskl managmg editor The Wzsconsm State Tzmes IS the ozffxcxal newspaper of WSC It rs a weekly pubhcatxon commg out every Wednesday afternoon The Txmes staff sponsors an annual vanety show PEAK Night whxch played for three mghts thxs year ThlS year 11 was the best show m years m both enter tamment and proflts The staff also enjoys a Chnstmas party and a spnng pxcmc Row 1 I Grace S Mxley R Van Deuren E Khesch Row 2 I Som mervllle I Lyons P Fehlhaber B Smith A Mason G Fuchs D Smlthes 122 O I 1 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' .. 1- 1. ,. . -. - 1. 1. 1- ,. 1. 1. Tlmes Row 1 K Kasten M Kern I Klas sa M Nelsen Row 2 R Walters M Clark M Maxerle L Wheeler S Martm The Times staff spends each Wednesday nxght pteparmg for the next weeks edzhon of the paper Next fall the students of WSC w1l1 fmd that the Tlmes offlce wlll be newly remodeled and enlarged but the paper xtself wlll not be changed st11l mamtammg the hlgh standards xt has set for xtseli m the past years Nell Sokolowskx executlve edxtor and Sylvla Mxley managmg edltor 123 I ' . -. 1 . 1. 1. . .. 1 . ' . 1. I . . . . .. I I 1 1 . SECOND SEMESTER EDITORS- Row 1: I. Peter, M. Clark, M. Nel- sen, R. Van Dueren. L. Wheeler. I. Grace. Row 2: D. Zimmerman. D. Amdt, E. Kliesch, D. Smithes, A. Neumann, K. Kcsten, I. Lyons. 124 SECOND SEMESTER ASSISTANTS Rowl A Dumke M Kem I tm C Bertorello I Schuster I Sommervxlle M Gove D Schlcxefer I I I I Wagner. I. Kllxsscx. Row S. Mur- Ivy Trudy Vanderzandt, Editor: Mr. Harold Ahlgren, Adviser: and Doris Bauer. Associate Editor. The Ivy staff meets every Thursday at 4:00 p.m., to work on WSC's yearbook. Periodical deadlines must be met, pictures have to be scheduled, and copy and picture layouts are assembled. The staii is appointed by the editor. who this year is Trudy Vanderzandt. Doris Bauer is the associate editor, Mike Huth is the business manager and their adviser is Mr. Harold Ahlgren. Iim Lyons, Warren Schilder, Robert Essock: Assistant Photographers. Curt Stedman, Ivy Photographer Yearbook 126 Row 1: Doris Bauer, sports' editor. Lila Rollefson, senior editor. Row 2: Sonja Sontvedt, women's sports' editor. Editors Iohn Gross art Ioanne Accola classes Row 1 Barbara Andrey government edx tor Nma Amoroso campus life editor tor Dorothy Saxberlxch administration editor Row Z: Jeanne Bassett, organizations' edi- 1 , R ASSISTANTS - Row 1: M. Clark, S. LeGcxth. Row 2: Adrienne Henningsgcczrd. ASSISTANTS-Row 1: A. Rieck. S. Hal- lett, D. Rupp, I. Holzhauer, C. Sanville. Row 2: B. Glaser. N. Berglund, C. Taylor. K. Peters. D. Becker. Row 1: C. Meckes, H. Eggener. D. Howard. C. Wurster. Row 2: H. Schmidt. I. Soltis, G. Behl, Staff 127 Cheshire Row l: B. Knoll. A. Mason, L. Mar tin. Row 2: N. Sokolowski, G Benge, P. Muschinski, I. Gross. A Caucutt. The Cheshire is a college literary magazine of creative writing and graphics. The purpose oi its staff is to select the material. edit and publish the issue. This year the Cheshire staff pub- lished one 48 page issue compared to the two smaller ones oi past years. The Cheshire. this year, sponsored WSC's second annual jazz concert. The adviser for this group is Mr. Ahlgren. Beulah Knoll is the editor-in-chief and Austin Mason is the associate editor. Row 1: B. Knoll, L. Martin. Row 2: P. Muschinski. 128 nf" Seated: Doris Arndt. Standing: Edna Kliesch. Handbook Edna Kliesch cmd Doris lean Arndt headed the stat-i of this year's Handbook. The purpose of this publication is to acquaint new students and transfer students with the WSC campus. extracurricular activities and the rules of our student government, CEB. Alpha Delta, national journalism fraternity, edits the Handbook. Director The Directory and Directory Supplement are publications of the Commonwealth of Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee. and they list names, addresses, divisions, and classes of students and names, addresses, departments and offices of the WSC faculty administration and staff. Trudy Van- derzandt, Robert Smith, and Sylvia Miley edited this year's Directory with assistance of the mem- bers ot Alpha Delta, Row 1: S. Miley. T. Vanderzandt. Row 2: R. Smith. R6llgl0US Councll Row 1 G Wannmacher Mxss Carxthers I Koester Row 2 I Dugan N Campbell H Larson The fxrst semester ofhcers of the Relxglous Councrl were chaxrman Iack Dugan recordxng secretary Norma Campbell correspondmg secretary Ieanne Koester and treasure! Grace Wannmacher Second semester odhcers were Grace Wannmacher Norma Campbell and Ieanne Koester charrrnan secretary and treasurer respectrvely Dr Carrxthers advrses thls group 1n xts speclal act1v1t1es of sponsorxng the Fellowshxp Breakfast at the beglnmng of each semester and also the Thanksglvmg Convocatxon Thxs organxzatxon for Cathohc students on campus promotes spmtual mtellectual and soclal lxfe The Newman Clubs actrvltxes are speakers nights buzz sessions commumon breakfasts a Halloween dance a Thanksgxvxng spaghettx dmner a Mardl Gras dance a St Patrlcks dance and a May breakfast The faculty advlser IS Iohn Paul Iones and the spmtual advlser 15 Father Walter Dean Neuman lub Rowl B Mrchaels S Mxley M I Iones E Hemzelmann P Fergu son Row 2 M Barron B Piexfer B Selxg S Roach D Snnthes I Cummmgs 130 I I I 1 . , 1 . . 1 . , . 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 . 1 ... 1 . . . . 1 1 1 .. . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 I. 1 . 1 I. . 1 - 1 . ' . 2. 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1- Row l: N. Campbell, L. Halberg D. Thorne, Rev. Hinklernan. C. An clerson. I. Courtright. Row 2: D. Bulley, D. Schuh, W. Way, D Gerzande, C. Riesenweber. D Saiberlich, B. Nyback. H. Bentley, W. Gordon, E Bitterbender. Row 3 I. Florine, R. Krueger, M. Knaup M. Dunn, B. Androy, K. Nimmo, M Benson, G. Williams. Row 4: B. Robers. B. Boker, T. Trotier, R. Iohnson, I. Gettleman, N. Nunne- maker. B. Stelow, L. Doudna, D. Eschner. Wesley Foundation The purpose ot the Kenwood Branch of Wesley Foundation is to promote opportunities :tor spiritual renewal. intellectual growth, and the development oi a Christian philosophy of lite. Some of their activities for this year have been: an Oriental Dinner, a cookout, Square Dance Party, Family night, Korean scavenger hunt, Christmas Caroling Party, an ice skating party. Christmas Star Banquet, and a Sweetheart Formal Ball. The officers for Wesley are: president, Dave Thorne: vice president, Laurie Halberg: secretary, Elizabeth Grittith: and treasurer, Norma Campbell. Rev. Richard H. Hinkelman is the adviser of the Wesley group. The Christian Science group brings together students, teachers, and alumni interested in Christian Science. lt creates a better understanding of the importance oi religion in college life. There are regular meetings throughout the school year. The faculty adviser is Miss Lou Ella Burmeister. hristian Science How 1: M. Meyer, S. Rusch, M Klein. Miss Burmeister. Row 2: R Rasmussen, R. Thompson, R. Horn- qren, R. Schroeder. 131 Veterans Club Rowl R Klein R Domrose A Kopyd lowskl S Abradowick D Stoltmann How 2 B Wltter R Heclcel L Spangler P Kotska R Helden R Zilxsch Row 3 G Wagner F Witter R Bennett D Stamsta T Kelley R Stokes B Brovnm I lanes R Petrie Row 4 B Trentadue I Weger bauer R Horngren W Honeck E Grot beck I Klabunde G Walker Row 1 N Pagel K Hahn G Mxhl eisen Row Z I Iacoby C Wirth B Schulman 132 The Veterans Club purpose 15 to unite the veterans attendmg Wisconsin State College in Mil the best interests of the college The achvmes of the year include the escorting the children from St Roses orphanage to the Lions Club beneht circus the welfare actxvxties at the Lakeside Childrens center and the annual blood dnve for veterans at Woods ASL 15 an organization of the art department Its purpose is to draw students mto a close social as well as cr professxonal fellowshlp and to acld to the creatlon and appreciation of art Its adviser IS Mlss Charlotte Major The ofhcers are Kenneth Hahn president Nancy Pagel secretary and Gene Nxellsen The actxvrtles tor the year are Freshmen initiation a Christmas party and the Arts Ball rt tudents League 7 waukee and to promote good fellowship. a high standard oi social conduct, civic service, and . I . I . . . . ' Girls' G ee Club Row 1: I. Holzhuuer, C. Owen, N. Contrucci, V. Dulcrveris, G. Owen. L. Kupferberq. Row Z: Mr. Iones, I. Olson, I. Anderson, S. LcxBorde. B. Bizer, I. Iones, M. Toldricm. Row 3: E. Iohnson, D. Howard, E. Cush- man. S. Albrecht, E. Kersten. M. McTrusty, R. Prine. H. Paul-rert. Holiday Singers Row 1: B. Schuchardt, I. Iones, S. Kitzerow. Row Z: A. Schultz, E. Kluever, L. Kausch, A. Hass, I. Bothun, I. Wagner, I. Darsch, I. Pludson. E. Sanderson. B. Schulz. Row 3: H. Larson, D. Reul, D. Kausch, C. Sigmund, P. Berryman, R. Koehn, C. Gloor, B. Chapman, K. Vollstedt. B. Koedy. 133 Composed oi feminine vocalists, both music students and non-music students, the Girls' Glee Club provides music at the Christmas program and college convocations throughout the year. This group also gives student directors an opportunity to lead group singing, Mr. Arnold Iones is the adviser. The Holiday Singers is a small mixed choral group not only well known at WSC but also prominent in the community. This year they have sung for civic organizations under the able direction of Ronald Koehn. Choral Ensemble provides choral experience for those who like to sing. both in and out of the music division. It participates in the Christmas concert and performs in the Spring Music Festival. It also presents a Spring convocation. Choral Ensemble appella Choir Row 1: I. Dugan, R. Sherwood. W. Laurent, R. Walter, I. Stasiak, E. Paasch. Row 2: D. Berner, S. Melchior, E. Klabunde, Murphy, D. Shaw, D. Schub. Row 3: F. Dominguez, K. Vollstedt, G. Thested, C. Iordan, I. Munger. E. Sanderson. D. Reul, S. Rosso. Row 4: S. Kitzerow, I. Krehl, L. Rollefson, R. Thompson, I. Iohnston, K. Wag- ner. R. Kealiinohomoku. Row l: E. Iohnson, A. Weber, E. Kluevet, I. Waddell, I. Iones, T. Eisenhut, L. Doudna, M. Hawkens, G. Schroeder. P. Berryman. Row 2: I. Iones. I. Olson, W. Chapman, P. Connors. M. Steele, A. Thelen, R. Wright, A. Kiehl, C. Zahnow. Row 3: A. Selsing. A. Hass, I. Eberhctrdt, H. Larson. R. Kausch, C. Sigmund. M. Schaer, W. Meyer, I. Pladson, S. La Borcle. Row 4: M. Langendorf, I. Wiemann, M. Berndt, I. Iohnson, D. Elsesser, S. Weiland, B. Schuc- hardt. A. Schultz, M. Stagliano, K. Westerman, S. Gale. The Wisconsin State College A Cappella Choir is the official choral organization ol the col- lege. It gives students experience in singing, experience with choral literature. Anyone inter- ested in becoming a member is welcome to audition. Meetings are held during the school day. Their conductor is Mr. Arnold Jones. Walker, E. Nechuta, I. G. Zoske. I. Moe. T. Prine. I. Mahony, T. 135 Urchestra Row 1: C. Olson, D. Lawrence. H. Dross, A. Wirth. I. Wegener. C. Zahnow, B. Krueger. Row 2: A. Meisel, I. Quade C. Meissner, B. Whalley, A. Iohnson, I. Schnagl, R. Walters. ROW 3: M. Pederson, B. Biers, B. Confcxre, B. Herbst. B Eisen. E. Chadel, H. Brunner, A. Kiehl. A. Franza, D. Busch. C. Behm. C. Iohnson, C. Dahm. W. Gorden. Row 4: Mr Shaw. B. Meyer, T. Trotier, T. Murphy, R. Tromp, B. Laurent, I. Olson The Wisconsin State College Orchestra has had a busy year. They have held a concert with Noel Ptousey as soloist, a half-hour concert as cr part of the music clinic held at the college, participated in the WSC Music Festival at Shorewood Auditorium and they also held a Student Concerto Concert. The officers for the Orchestra are: Arthur Kiehl, president: Henry Dross, vice president: Carol Dahm. secretary: Ianet Quade, treasurer and their director is Mr. Delwin M. Shaw. 136 Band The Concert Band provides playing opportunities for advanced students. band activities, band clinic. a Spring Music Festival. convocation programs. a pep band at basketball games and a Spring tour in April. Their adviser is Mr. Paul Anderson and George Zoske is president. Row l: F. Suetholz, S. Weiland, P. Connors, D. Carter, C. Iordan, B. Beyers, I. La Mere, I. Quade. Row 2: I. Froseth. I. Schnagl, I, Walker, A. Iohnson, G. Morrissette, I. Fields. K. Bagley, N. Kempiert, E. Chladil. W. Buelow, C. Clark, A. Kiehl. M. Nierode. I. Wiemann, R. Busch. Row 3: I. Traut, N. Taylor, I. Martin, K. Iens, L. Doudna. S. Gale, L. Michaels, W. Herbst. D. Bischoii, H. Larson, R. Doniniak, C. Sigmund, I. Carter. A. Hass, H. Dross, P. Berry- man. R. Nelson, W. Laulerbach. I. Peschke, R. Ebbers, R. Wohlust, Row 4: A. Harris, B. Meganer, P. Richmond, I. Koester, R. Wahl, M. Heinrich, W. Meyer, E. Hill. M. Hawkins, I. Waddell, N. Dorner, R. Schamber, T. Trotier, I. Dugan, D. Otte, P. Hucek, G. Schroeder, R. Steinback, H. Confare, N. Baron. E. Nechuta, G. Zoske. Director, Mr. Paul Anderson. 137 Row 1 B Gates H Tscharnack L Sayas I Whxttenberg R Rasmus sen Row 2 R Kraklow Mr I Dulka R Monng I Behlendori T Porth G Frx Row 3 L Staven D Iansen D Sukorskx T Spear breaker D Schwahn R Sommer ixeld F Lampe H Altheon R Roesler G Hlckey lpha Phr Omega Alpha Phr Omega IS the natlonal servxce fraterruty at WSC Thrs fraternlty sponsors two book sales durmg the year a booth at the Campus Carruval Student Employment Servrce lost and found homecommg float checking servxce for specral functlons usher at Peak Nlght cmd they gave food to the poor durxng the Christmas season Robert Morxng xs therr presrdent I Balendorf vxce president Rrchard Sornmerfreld 2nd vrce presldent Tom Spearbecker treasurer Lours Sayas Correspondmg secretary Robert Rasmussen parlramentanan L Guetteter hxstonan Therr advrsers are Mr Iohn Dulka and Dr Lee Mathews Phrlocophxa rs a professronal iratermty for students rn deaf educatron Mxss Ahce Streng 15 thexr advrser and the oihcers are Dlck Merklem presxdent Gwen Mumbrue vxce presrdent Marllyn Berger secretary and Donna Granxnger treasurer The actwrtles for thrs year have been an mrtratron drrmer a Halloween Party for Deaf Chllclren a held tnp to Neeskara School for Deaf Chrldren a Splash Party for Deaf Students and socral meetmgs wrth speakers Ph1l0C0ph13 138 Row 1 C Iensen D Gramnger A Streng I Kocha Row 2 I Mar chant M Murphy M Rrchards G Mumbrue P Boll M Berger Row 3 N Campbell A Theoharrs R Merk lem B Krygler I Wood I- 1. 1. 1. ,. ' 1 -. ,,. 1. 1. 1. 1.. .. 1 - 1. 1. ' 1. ,. - 1. 1. 1. 1. . 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1. 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1 . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . I 1. 1. 1 .1 . 1. 1. 1. 1 1. ,. . . 1. 1. 1. 1. . Phi u igma Row l: I. Biermann, M. Mohr. D. Cusatis, I. Cummings, E. Nicolette. Row 2: K. Games, I. Kapke, M. Kern, R. Herbell, E. Schuh, R. Erd- man. Row 3: H. Gresk. L. Montie, I. Nault, G. Dobbe, I. Strozewski. H. Bjorn. Phi Mu Sigma is an organization to further friendship between majors in Education of the Mentally Retarded. Their purpose is to gain knowledge from discussion with people now out in the field. Their activities consist oi films, speakers, panel discussions and group functions in the hope of better acquainting others with reasons for and methods oi educating the mentally retarded. The purposes of the national speech correction fraternity, the Xi Chapter oi Sigma Alpha Eta, are to stimulate interest among college students in fields of speech therapy, to encourage pro- fessional growth through extracurricular learning experiences, to encourage high levels of achievement in academic, clinical activities. Their calendar includes meetings with varied pro- grams, service projects, and social activities. Miss Mary Fctrquhar is their adviser. Sigma Alpha Eta Row l: I. Berson, D. Brown, Miss Farquhar, R. Kahn, I. Knaebe, D. Dobson. Row 2: M. Haviland. B. Plautz, I. Francis, D. Ebner, G. Moldow, R. Thompson. 139 Gamma Theta Upsllon Sto veken T Iohnson Rowl I Smeykal L Becker R White I Mc Carthy Row 2 I Fair weather L Klappaui D Schley I Breckenredge R Bennett B Roesler R Rasmussen 140 The National professional geography organization Alpha Mu chapter of Gamma Theta Upsrlon IS open to rna1ors and minors in geography The mam purpose ot this organization 15 furthermg the interest and study of geography They hold regular meetings every other Wednesday hold public lectures 1n the college audrtonum go on held trxps and have an alumni undergraduate PICIIIC This year they also had a Chnstmas Dmner and initiated a new chapter at Carroll sponding secretary Mary Anne Oelke recording secretary Mrs Marjory Murphy and treasurer Norman Barrens Then' advxser IS Dr Mary Io Reed Delta Phi chapter of Phi Alpha Theta national honorary hlstory fratermty develops under standlng of history and arouses interest m history among its members This year they sponsored a lecturer by Henry C Friend and Eldon G Wolff and they also cooperated with the honor societies in the honors tea for freshmen and sophomores Delta Ph1s ofircers were First Semester Presxdent Louls Becker vxce presldent Raymond White secretary Delores Mrskalaskx treasurer Iames McCarthy and Second semester pres1dent Raymond Whlte vice president Ierry Redding secretary Iudxth Smejkal treasurer Richard Merkle1n Dr Frederxck Olson and Dr Mar1an Sxlveus are the advisers Phl Alpha Theta o .. , 'vi : . , s. 1 u D -I 1 . . . he . . , 4 , . . " if , 1 If ' I College. The officers are president, Virgil Rokicki: vice president, Marianne Mandelin: corre- . I ' I - ' . l . I ' ' , ' 2 ' ' , ' : . ' ': . . ' . ' : ' ' . ' : 1 I . ' ' . . ' . ' o , ' . . . : . ' - , . , . , . Row 1 M Oelke M Mandelm M Murphy V Roklckr Dr Read Row 2 I Knxckelbme M Brown E Wodke I Krueger B Drumxnskx R Eta I I 5 igma Phi Row 1: O. Wilner, B. Pfeifer, I. Grace. How 2: S. Miley, B. Schuch- ardt. Eta Sigma Phi sponsored a Latin Contest for high school students of schools in which Wisconsin State College students practice teach. The winners were awarded silver medals. They also sponsored a Foreign Language Institute featuring Dr. Mario Pei. The president oi Eta Sigma Phi is Bill Pfeifer: vice president, Gene Mc Evoy: first semester treasurer, Mary Voell: second semester treasurer, Barbara Schuchardt: recording secretary, Io Anne Grace: and corresponding secretary, Sylvia Miley. Their adviser is Dr. Ortha Wilner. The purpose of Delta Chi Sigma is to encourage open-mindedness and objective reasoning in science and everyday living. This honorary science fraternity has been active on campus since 1931. Hugo Tscharnack, president: Betty Borzykowski, vice president: Iune Splittstoesser, secree tary: and Iean Stoeckmarm, treasurer. are the officers of the group. Dr. Peter I. Salamum is the adviser. Delta hi igma Row 1: C. George, R. Rasmussen, C. Roessger, R. Giese. W. Maurer, I. Peret, N. Eigenfeld. Row 2: C. Maas, S. Buth, B. Borzykowski, Dr. Salamun, H. Tschamack, F. Rudert Row 3: D. Stipanok. I. Krueger, I. Desing. C. Maglio, B. Stokke, P Kahn, I. Bender, E. Lorfeld. F. Ianowski, M. Mandelin, I. Splittstoes- ser. Row 4: M. Buerger. I. Spoerl E, Pipkorn, F. Becker, I. Stoeck- mann. I. Rust, I. Peter, N. Burrill, R. Wick. ' 141 P1 Epsllon Delta Row I D McGarry M Tmgley B Lusty P Youretz K Menmng A Schultz Row 2 L Fuhrmann H Evans F Lanzl K Frscher The Natronal Collegrate Players IS a natronal honorary fratermty rn drama Thrs IS the second year 1t rs on the campus of WSC Its purpose ts to recogmze the worthy efforts of college stu dents rn the held of dramatxc arts xt serves as a servxce group to the college and provxdes an opportunity to the people ot the college and comrnunxty for iurthermg lnterests rn the theater Mr Lester Fuhrmann xs therr advlser Alpha Delta natronal honorary yournalxstrc traterruty has been actlve rn puttmg out the Drrectory Student Handbook and assrgnmg mculboxes to all students In addrtton to thxs they further Journahsm and Journahstzc mterests on campus In order to be elegrble for thxs orgaruza hon students must work on publlcatrons for two semesters and mamtam a 2 7 scholastrc average The presxdent 15 Robert Smith vrce presrdent Lrla Rollefson secretary Edna Klresch and the treasurer 1S Ioanne Grace Mr Ahlgren rs therr advrser and Mrs Bayley News Bureau IS an honorary member lpha Delta Row 1 T Vanderzandt I Peter I Grace M Marerle E Khesch I Accola How 2 I Stoeckmann D Arndt S Mrley P Fehlhaber Mr H Ahlgren B Smlth I Somervrlle K Peters I Lamb C Magho Row 3 A Mason W Schrlder C Sted man 1. 1. ,. 1. 1. 1. . 11 1. 1. 1. . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 ' 1. 1. 1- 1- 1. 1. 1. . 1. 1. 1. ,. ,. . 1. 1. 1 . 1. 1- - 1. 1. 1. ' Row l: Miss C. Wollaeger, S. Buth, D. Splinter, C. Mahl, A. Williams, L. Ansorge, Dr. Mary Ioe Bead, Miss R. Stoveken. Row 2: E. Rintelmarm. N. Billings, I. Poertner, L, Sander. B. Borzykowski, E. Pipkorn, I. Pew. F. Rudert, I. Peter, Dr. W. Ienkins. How 3: R. Angeletti. H. Dross, G. Groth, R. Plegel, H. Evans, A. Cop- pens, A. Groves, D. Litscher. Kappa Delta Pi The ofticers of Kappa Delta Pi. Beta Omicron chapter, are: president, Audrey Williams: vice president. Carol Mahl: secretary. Darleen Splinter: treasurer. Lois Ansorge: counsellor, Dr. Mary Io Read, At Teachers' Convention in November, Beta Omicron chapter sponsored a breakfast for all Kappa Delta Pi members in the state. The speaker was Miss Laura Sutherland, counsellor of the chapter at Eau Claire. From the income of its Scholarship Fund. Kappa Delta Pi awarded the fourth annual junior tuition scholarship to Iean Wegner. Beta Omicron participated with the other honor organizations in giving the Honors Tea for ireshrnan and sophomores with top scholarship records. Left to Right: C. Mahl, B. Borzy- kowski, Mr. I. C. Lazenby, Dr. Mary Io Read, L. Ansorge, D. Splinter. A. Williams. 143 Delta micron Row 1: M. Russell, I. Wegener. B. Schulz, A. Thelen, Miss Mahon, M. Steele. I. Wiemann, C. Kell, I. Dhuey Row 2 E. Sanderson, A. Hass, E. Kluever, S. Kitzerow, C. Dahm, I. Olson, D. Bemer, D. Saiberlich, R. Hoppe. A. Welnak I. Rollefson. 144 Delta Omicron is a national professional music fraternity and is open to music majors and minors who maintained a B average in music and a C+ in academics. The aims oi Delta Omicron are to stimulate appreciation of good music, encourage excellence in musical per- formance, create and foster fellowship. The yearly calendar includes monthly rrxusicales, Delta Omicron chorus music for school affairs, performances at charitable institutions, scholarship contest. public musicale second semester, fall and spring rushing, alumni luncheon, Founders' Day luncheon, Campus Carnival, date parties, and Homecoming Float with Sinfonia. The officers are Alice Thelen, president: Iean Wegener, first vice president: Blanche Schulz, second vice president: Ioyce Wiemann, secretary: Meredith Russell, treasurer: Marianna Steele. chorister: Iean Dhuey. chaplain: Elizabeth Sanderson, warden: Colleen Kell, historian. The adviser of the group is Miss Patricia Mahon. Phi Mu lpha infonia The Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national professional music fraternity. The purposes oi Sinfonia are to advance the cause of music in America, foster mutual welfare, and brotherhood among students of music, to develop iraternal spirit among members, and to encourage loyalty to WSC. Their activities consist of a pledge period and initiation ceremony each semester, participation in intra-mural sports, a well known male chorus and the Sinfonia Band which plays for dances and Peak Night. Their adviser is Mr. Iames Morton. Row l: S. Gale, P. Berryman, C. Sigmund. H. Larson, N. Baron. Row 2: A. Kiehl, A. Harris, E. Chladil, D. Otte, I. Du- gan, W. Meyer. Row 3: I. Froseth, W. Laurent, A. Johnson, L. Michaels. 145 took Compan Young Row 1 F Becker D Krahl E Newcomb I Stcmke Row 2 R Rasmussen E Neudaurer I Lyons E Schuh 146 D1a1 M for Murder and The W1zard of Oz were the productzons presented by the Stock Company the lust semester of this year Ofhcers for the fall semester were Marlene Neustedter large Twelfth Nxght by Wlllram Shakespeare was presented durmg the second semester Kathleen Memmmg presxdent Kenneth Damro vxce presrdent lean Plepenberg secretary Audrey Schultz treasurer and Elroy Mxgacz member at large served as otthcers for the second semester Mr Lester Fuhrman rs their adv1ser The purposes oi the Debate Club are to faclhtate the art of thmkmg to improve and perfect speech fundamentals and to enable students to meet crlses and ad1ust to thern through loglc and deductxve reasonmg They have part1c1pated m numerous tournaments throughout the year and have made an excellent record Mr Iohn Paul Iones rs thexr advrser Debate Row 1 N Sullivan F Nelson S Appel S Iohnson Row 2 Staslak W Sensxba A Welss Neustedter Mr L Fuhrmann Uelmen Row 3 H Alstadt M Korth D Bauer D Brandt I Prepen berg M Pappas I Guralmck Row 4 I Kannenberg E Mxgacz S Club , . . : I. ' , . ' , . ' , M. . . . , D- president: Wiuiired Sensiba. secretary: Audrey Schultz, treasurer: and Albert Weiss, member at . . . . . Young Democrats The organization for young Democrats promotes better political thinking in future voters and helps to promote the Democratic party. supporting their candidates. The officers for this organi- zation are: first semester - Robert Thompson, president: Robert Phileo. vice president: William Mauer, treasurer: Mary Brophy. secretary and Second semester - Allred Lightfoot, president Ioseph Smith, vice president: Bruce Stelow, treasurer: and Florence Becker, secretary. The young Democrats have Miss Pearl Robertson tor their adviser. The German Club provides opportunities for students to understand and enjoy foreign cultures and to gain fluency in the language. This year they celebrated Mozart's birthday, held a sing- fest, and gave a play. They hold regular monthly meetings with Miss M. Schirmer advising. German Row 1: M. Brophy, R. Thompson W. Maurer. R. Philleo. Row 2: M Kaishian, H. Althoen, H. Iefterson I. Smith, I. Francis. A. Lightfoot lu Row 1: I. Schroeder, P. Freund, Miss Schirmer, H. Ruege, S. Singh. Row 2: B. Charles. M. Spaimeer, I. Nagel, E. Heid. I. Ohri. S. Bastianutti. H. Tiemann. G. Iaworski. 1 1 l 147 BlOl0gy lub Row 1 P Scrlamun M Toldncm M Vruw1nk A Throne N Poetsch I Cnchton Row 2 L Marshall H Rasmussen I Sphttstoesser S Frsh man F Kcculrnann F Sheldon B Wrscher I Stauben D Ztbell The Bxology Clubs advlser xs Alvm L Throne Other offrcers are presxdent Marjorle Vruwmk Crxchton and John Sanborn Thls club IS for students mterested rn blology and nature study The Geography Club rs open to ony students w1th one or more courses m geography The ohlectxves oi th1s club are to promote mterest rn geography xt provxdes a soclal atmosphere compcrnronshlp for those wrth common mterests rn geography and xt offers outslde opportumhes for further geoqrcxphlc study They hold regular monthly meetxngs wxth Mlss Ruth Stoveken advlsmg them Geograph Club Row I D Zlbell F Resch Mlss R Stoveken Row 2 V Rokxcke B Drummskl E Wadke I Bethke T Iohnson 148 I , . . . , . l o . 1 n . " vice president. Ncmcy Poetsch: secretary-treasurer, Moe Toldrian: comxnitteemen-at-large, Ieanette : . ' , . , ' . I ll I 1 I 1 A Left to Right: I. Splittstoesser, N. Burrill, I. Pew, Miss B. Bixby, D. Splinter, V. Bachelder, A. Pieil. A. C. E. is the Association tor Childhood Education and is advised by Miss Barbara Bixby. The purpose of this organization is to work for the education and well-being ot children, to promote desirable conditions, programs and practices in the schools - nursery through the elementary. The activities for this year consist of two workshops for elementary school teachers, one in arithmetic, the other a "do it yourself" workshop with 'suggestions for science, art. arithmetic and music. There was also a joint meeting with the A. C. E. of Carroll College. Five delegates were sent to the national convention in Washington. D. C. The oliicers are: president. Darlene Splinter: vice president, Ioyce Pew: recording secretary, Violet Bclchelder: corresponding secretary, Nancy Burrill and treasurer. Nancy Harlan. M. E. N. C. is an organization for those interested in music education. The purpose of this organization is to become prepared to meet teaching situations by listening to outside educators relate their experiences. Their adviser is Miss Esther Iepson. O Muslc Educators How l: Miss I. Heinemann, B Schuchardt. M. Steele, P. Hucek. A Selsing, M. Iacobs, R. Tromp, E Kleuver, S. Kitzerow. Miss E. Iepson Row 2: W. Pickens, I. Iones, I Peshke. C. Iorns, M. Mennicke. G Schroeder, A. Kiehl. R. Angeletti Row 3: C. Sigmund, L. Doudna, A Hass. I. Wiemann, A. Welnak, A Thelen, W. Moffat, S. Gale. Row 4 E. Klabunde, I. Waddell, D. Bemer. I. Olson. S. Katsfey. C. Dahm, R Prine. C. March. 149 0P16Ht3t10H Board Dawley B Whalen The Onentahon Board plans freshmen orientation programs get acquainted mixers all school pzcmc the chatter hours at the dormztorles the guided tours around the campus for freshmen and athletic events in the fieldhouse Adviser to the board is Miss Mane Merkel The International Relations Club 15 cr new orgamzatlon on the campus of WSC This year they have been quite active They have won three trophies in the Homecoming Bike races entered a float in the parade took part in the Campus Carnival gave an Armenein program represented WSC in a Mock U N at Blooming Indiana and at Madison and they have held two meetings and two socials a month Cultural educational and social fellowship between foreign and president Margie Mohr secretary Iean Nagel and treasurer Harout Sanasarian Their advisers are Miss M Merkel and Dr Nash Internatlonal Relatlons Howl N Pagel I Biermann Christensen B Androy Row 2 Klug A Hass C Kannenberg Muehlberg Row 3 G Fix Row l S Singh R Charles N Neilson S Bastmutti S Volkmann R Charles Row 2 Dr M Schrrmer M Mohr E Herd I Nagel Dr I Nash Row 3 N Wolf M Spamer L Gordon R Dynna R Ieknovon an H Ruege I Schroeder I Ohn H Txemann How 4 G Iaworske I Iorgenson D Erickson P Freund L Lambert A Prancia G Hlmden K Warley 150 0 o I ' 1 ' . . 1 . . I . I - , . v w . I . I . . domestic students is the goal oi this organization. The officers are: president, Emil Heid: vice I I I , ' . ' ' o o N I 1 n I -1 u I . . : . . ' . . I 1 I n ' v 1 o I 1 u I I ver 30 QM Row 1: M. Velie, I. Krueger, Row 2: A. Kolkoski, M. Koegel. This is the first year the Over Thirty Club has been on campus, This group consists of women who get together mainly for social purposes. Their adviser is Miss Marie Merkel. The social work club, new on campus this year, is interested in problems and activities con- cerned with proiessional people in this field. Frank Alfino did much to organize the club as its iirst president. Mr. G. Shipman is adviser to the group. Social Work lub Row 1: Dr. G. Shipman, I. Henrichs, F. Alfino, S. Gitto. Row 2: I. Ben- nett, M. Wood, G. Collert, R. Dieden, H. Lauer. 151 Sign hop SIGN SHOP CREW: Tom Parsons, Iohn Gross. The Sign Shop of WSC is responsible for making the posters, advertising various school activi- ties. They also make posters for individuals and groups on campus. Among these are posters for candidates for class officers, Sophomore Sweetheart contestants, Dateable Doll entries, and advertisements for the school dances. The News Bureau at our school is responsible for publishing school activities in the local papers. It is from this bureau that news about a student is sent to the paper in the student's home town. This year, as in the past years, the News Bureau at WSC has done a commendable job under Mrs. Monica Bayley. News Bureau 4 NEWS BUREAU STAFF: Warren Schilder, photographer: Edna Kliesch, Mrs, Monica Bayley. 152 Interfraternity Council The officers of the council are Iohn Sullivan, presi- dent: Gene Hickey. vice-president: Emil Brandt, secre- tary: Lyle Kamlak, treasurer: Syl Racinowski, athletic director. The adviser of the council is Mr, Hemxan Kluge The Interiratermty Council is composed of two repre sentatxves hom each iratermty The council governs irate-:rmty pledging mxtiatxons and interfraternity sports Row I L Komlah G Hickey I Sullivan L Halbexg Row 2 H Tschamack R Kaehneisen I Kirchhcm B Bhn E Brandt H Kluge Beta Phi Theta Row 1: W. Pierce, W. Herbst, D. Glocke. Row 2: D. Smithes. W. Moylan, R. Kohl, R. Smith, D. Rambadt. Row 3: G. Fuchs, I. McCreery, I. Aiello, B. Ehn, G. Wierman, H. Althoen, N. Sokolowski. Row 4: I. Somerville, T. Parsons, D. Pochert, W. Mau- rer, G. McElwee, W. Pfieier, R. Solowicz. 154 BCPC9 A National Social Fraternity, the Betas, builds and maintains strong bonds of friend- ship and loyalty among themselves and others. The iratemity sponsors an annual all school mixer - The Beta Brawl - Among major college events in which they partici- pate, Homecoming, Peak Night, and Campus Carnival are included. Supplementing school activities are smokers, date parties, a hay- ride, initiation dinners, and a formal dinner dance. The Betas are active in intramural sports. this year securing the intramural foot- ball championship. Leading this group are: Roland Kohl, grand- master: William Moylan, Master: Don Ram- badt. recording secretary: Bob Smith, corre- sponding secretary: Don Smithes, treasurer. Advisers are: Mr. George Goundie and Mr. Howard Schroedter. AK Delta Kappa, national social fraternity, is represented on this campus by the Omicron Chapter. Its purpose is to promote fellowship, leadership. and scholarship among its members through the varied activities of ira- temal life. Activities oi this year included the annual all-school mixer, a Halloween party, pledge smokers. tin can breakfast, formal initiation dance, Founder's Day dinner, cottage week, and the annual spring picnic. The D K's entered projects in competition at Homecoming and Campus Carnival. President. David Anderson: vice-president, Richard Herbel: secretary, Roger Gifford: treasurer, Anthony Reis: corresponding secretary, Iohn Iacoby: alumni sec- retary Richard Westhofen pledgemaster lim Ziolkows kr chaplain David Thome athletic director Emil Brandt historian Alan McGar1gle Advisers of this group are Dr Nash Dr Hxmmelmann and Dr Schoeller Delta Kappa Row 1 I Iacoby R Herbel D Anderson F Alfmo M Barron Row 2 T Gibson I Tabaska D Ebner I Kramer I Stadt mueller I Kmclcelbine How 3 H Iefiery C Campanelli I Winters R Lonergan D Thorne R Giese I Porhho G Koelter mann H Hart Row 4 A McGar1g1e E Laatsch H Tower B Westhofen L Bnske R LeBansl-ry I Ziolkowski 155 . I t ' .: .I . : . . I . :..l .1 . . :. , . . .. . :. ',. .. , ..',- t-' '- Delta igma Kappa AZ Delta Sigma Kappa elected these ofiicers: Roger Bot- toni, president: Syl Racinowski. vice-president: Don Eul and Richard Perez, secretaries: Iim Dietrich, treasurer: Scott Netzel, sergeant at arms: Robert Modrey, pledge- master. Delta Sigma Kappa fraternity is a social organization of men interested in athletics and physical education. The Kappas participate in all intertratemity sports. Other school events include Homecoming and Campus Carnival. They also hold numerous smokers, date par- ties, dances. a spring dinner-dance and cottage week. Row 1 B Eichield D Preske T Trier B Ioston B Stokes Row 2 I Cummings M Guermo S Vxtas B Modrey R Fusek B Eichelberg I Dietrich D Uhle I Weqerbauer C Vincent S Racmowskx S Kuether T Draws 156 W. Kraft. Row 3: R. Bcttoni, T. Btelter, L. Wolfe, I. Sullivan, G. Brown, R. Pilak, Don Sommer, T. Kubiak, Mr. Tillema. Row 4- Phi igma Epsilon Row 1: L. Doudna, B. Bathey, I. Burk, C. Martin, Dr. G. Haterbecker, G. Kirchhan. I. Nault, D. Kiel. Row 2: R. Dawley, F. Kaegi, R. Kuehneisen, B. Grapp. I. Klotz, G. Tagatz, D. Bogenschild, I. Kopecky, M. Kaishian, D. Roman, I. McC1utchy, E. Hill. I. Russove. Row 3: D. Gibb, I. Olson, D. Strankowski, H. Hahn.K. Hahn, F. Bartelt, I. Kliebhaw, B. Tamer, T. Petersen, C. Freitag, B, Whalen, L. Glawe, K. Rollrnan, I. Duszynski. CPE Phi Sigma Epsilon oificers are Grandmaster, Gerald Kirchhan: Vice-grandmaster, Robert Kuehneisen: Record- ing secretary, Kurt Hallman: Treasurer, Iarnes Burk: Corresponding secretary, Iames Duszynski. Advisers to the iratemity are Dr. Gordon Haterbecker, Mr. Robert Erdman, Mr. Armin Kraeft, Mr. Robert Briskey. The Phi's came to this campus in 1949. This national organization is eager to promote friendship and brother- hood among its members. The fraternity took part in WSC activities, such as homecoming, campus camival, and intersfratemity competition. Also on their schedule were date parties, stags, pledging and cottage week. 157 Intersorority Council Row 1: E. Iohnson, C. Kannenberg, I. Krueger, L. Baumbach. Row 2: I. Rust, C. Wieczorek. B. Schmier, I. Anderson, Miss C. Wollaeger, L. Sander, K. Peters, C. Phillips. Row 3: L. Wheeler, L. Uttech, G. Mumbrue, A. Neumann, P. Smith, l. Drobac, P. Basile, C. Dahm, D. Bemer. 158 lntersorority Council is composed representatives from each sorority representatives serve for two years. are to promote friendly relations of officers and two on campus. These This counci1's goals between sororities. The council sponsors the annual lntersorority Formal. This year the theme was "Crystal Reflections". All sorority pledges worked as a group to make a success oi this year's Help Day project. Each pledge made an article to sell at a silent auction and gave the proceeds to the student union lund. Officers are Barbara Schrnier, president: lane Ander- son, vice-president: Carol Wieczorek, recording secre- tary: Louise Sander. corresponding secretary! Nola Con- trucci. treasurer. Adviser oi the council is Miss C. Wolloeqer. AAZ The promotion of true and lasting iriendships and the encouragement ol active participation in college affairs are the aims of Alpha Delta Sigma. On campus the Alpha Delts entered in the Homecom- ing parade, and Campus Carnival. They also sponsor a "Daffy Apple Day" each spring. A formal dinner dance, a square dance, a parents' tea, an alumnae tea, a Christmas party, a graduating girls' dinner and cot- tage week are a few of the annual activities which make up the Alpha Delts' social calendar. The officers of the sorority are Marion Holzhauer, president: Aileen Swenson, vice-president: Gwen Mum- hrue, recording secretary: Nancy Reinke, corresponding secretary: Eleanor Soetebeer, treasurer: Nancy Wilson, historian: Anita Dumke, reporter: Gwen Murnbrue and Pat Smith, intersorority representatives. Mrs. Arthur Rezny is the adviser of the group. Alpha Delta Sigma Row 1: I. Oelschlaeger, E. Wegner, N. Heywood, A. Dumke, M. Haviland. R. Iaeger. How 2: N. Wilson, P. Smith, G. Mum brue A. Swenson, Mrs. Rezny. M. Holtzhauer, N. Reinke, E. Soetebeer, I. Fehlhaber. Row 3: D. Dauer, L. Strobusch, N. Campbell, M. Goulet, I. Marx, M. Sneiker, B. Ciano, S. Bischoff. Row 4: E. Bulin. S. Gutknecht, C. Steckling, R. Prine, M Richards, I. Henricks, A. Finley, G. Spenser, I. Moe, B. Huntington. 159 lpha Gamma Lambda AVA Many activities were scheduled for '55-'56 by the Alpha Gams. Among them were a pledge dinner, a Christmas party, a charity project, Parents Day. dinner dance, informal parties, and cottage week. Alpha Gam- ma Lambda entered a prize winning float in the Home- coming parade. Adviser to the Alpha Gams is Mrs. Dane Scag. The officers are: Diana Nicholson, president: Stephanie Gitto, vice-president: Betty Hemet. recording secretary: Ioyce Waddell, corresponding secretary: Iudith Rust, treasurer: Dolores Hunkel, publicity chainnan: Iudith Lurlyn Wheeler, Intersorority representatives. Rust and Alpha Gamma Lambda has evolved from a literary society to a social sorority It strives to maintain high standards oi social cmd academic accomplishments and long lasting lnendshrps S Staniszewskr S Hecker R Van Deuren C Schallert S Melchxor I Wnght M Mxglraccio A Fortunato B Evanson Row 3 R Dxeden A Rahmel I Lmsley I Lovdal B Lusty Ill Iones I Grace M Toldnan D Hunkel R Scag Row 1: I. Waddell, B. Hernet. I. Rust, D. Nicholson, L. Wheeler. S. Gitto, F. Maglio, N. Poetsch. Row Z: C. Clark, I. Smda hi Sigma Lambda Row 1: C. Thorndyke, A. Yamaguchi, C. Christensen, V. Klotzbach. Row 2: A. Neumann, B. Androy, G. Dosta, C. Wieczorek, I. Medinger, N. Schwartz. Row 3: S. Fitzgerald, M. Bemdt, B. Bacon, M. Schaetzel, M. Szeremeta, D. Mehlos, D. Skiera. Row 4: I. Slade, B. Krygier. V. Dulaveris, K. Kasten, B. Retzlatf, N. Amorosa, I. Pladsen. Row 5: D. Oldenburg, D. Arndt, L. Iavers, R. Pintarich, C. Papenius, I. Klassa. XX Chi Sigma Lambda leaders are: president, Carol Wiec- zorek: vice-president, Nancy Blazewitz: recording secre- tary, Nan Schwartz: corresponding secretary, Ioyce Medinger: historian, Barbara Androy: Intersorority rep- resentatives, Anita Neumann and Lori Uttech. Mrs. Paul Anderson is the advisor. The Chi Sigs are united under the purpose of building closer and finer friendships through cooperation, com- radeship, and loyalty. On the year's agenda are found the building oi a prize winning homecoming float, C.W.A. Day. Peak Night, Campus Carnival, Mother- Daughter tea, formal dinner dance, cottage week, and informal parties. 161 Kappa Lambda Iota Row 1: I. Norris, I. Wiening, M. Benson, P. Wolfgram, E. Iohnson, B. Coffelt. Row 2: E. Pipkom, M. Strehlow, M. Smrz S Keishian, M. Kennedy, N. Contrucci, I. Lamb. Row 8: M. Martin, B. Sarnitz, I. Thompson, I. Wagner, D. Simon, S. Roach B Driscoll. Row 4: C. Uhlig, K. Iavers, M. Tumer, D. Ihlenield, S. Tabbert, K. Pelton. E. Fuchs. L. Kafka, C. Phillips. 162 KAI Kappa Lambda Iota has been on campus since 1908. It holds friendship and loyalty as its ideals. The Clios participated in many school activities which included the homecoming parade, the bicycle races, CWA Day, Peak Night and Campus Carnival. Sorority functions included an initiation dinner dance, date par- ties, mother and daughter tea, and cottage week. The sorority sponsored a party ior underprivileged children as this year's charity project. Officers tor the sorority are Sarah Keishian, president: Marlene Strehlow, vice-president: Diane Macht, record- ing secretary: Marianne Smrz, corresponding secretary: Monica Kennedy. treasurer. Advisors ot this group are Mrs. Armin Kraeit and Mrs. Iohn Tiemey. ACPX A literary group took the name of Lambda Phi Chi in 1928 and became a social sorority. Since then it has participated in various activities throughout the year. Highlighting this year's functions were Homecoming, Campus Carnival, and CWA Day. The Phi Chi's this year held a Mother-Daughter tea, a dinner dance, in- formal parties and cottage week. Lambda Phi Chi officers are Ioanne Boyer, president: Ioan Tanel and Darlene Splinter, vice-president: Mary Ellen Tingley, and Barbara Geske, secretary: Dolores Rintelman, treasurer: Ioanne Krueger and Colette Kan- nenberg, Intersorority representatives. Miss Patricia Rosenkranz is the adviser. This group promotes loyalty, friendship and cheerful- ness as their Greek letters imply. The colors of the sorority are yellow and brown. Lambda Phi hi Row 1: I. VanAntwerp, M. Counihan, C. Owen, C. Iavore, G. Owen, M. Sonchar, S. Maltby. Row 2: L. Sander, D. Rintelman, I Tanel, I. Boyer, D. Splinter, M. Tingley, B. Geske, Row 3: N.Davis, L. Schoeckert, A. Farwell, I. Wagenknecht, D. Bauer, M Westerman, M. Lemp, N. Mason, S. Magulski. Row 4: I. Walters, B. Haynor, P. Pech, I. Krueger, C. Kannenberg, D. Haack, B Plautz. B. Kujawa. 163 igma micron Delta QA A dramatic organization became a social sorority and is now known on campus as the Thespians. On-campus activities include Homecoming, Campus Camival, C.W.A. Day, and help week. Beside these school functions, the sorority holds an annual alumnae luncheon, a spring dinner dance, a Mother-Daughter tea. infonnal parties, a charity project, and cottage week. Mrs. Ella Zillner advises the Thespians. Officers are: Barbara Schmier, president: Kathy Klug, first vice-presi- dent: Sheila Stock, second vice-president: Beverly Glas- er, recording secretary: Iudy Bagstad, corresponding secretary Barbara Stokke treasurer Ian Thone histor ian Row 1 A Dordel P Perszyk B Barrette Mrs E Zillner F Larson S Smith H Ogren G Neihous Row 2 T Vanderzandt D Domach C Maglio B Stokke R Lueneburg S Hallett K Klug A Weber C Blakewell B Schmier Row 3 I Thone NI Dretzka G Markussen I Bagstad S Ehlert I Klein B Glaser I Basile I Drobac S Stock 164 1 1 1 1 ' I . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - I v I ' I ' ' ' ' . 1 . 1 - 1 - I - I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . . , . 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - I ' ' Sigma Sigma igma Row 1: C. Bush, D. Schweiger, H. Paukert, M. Zimmerman, B. Sanderson, S. Sagerer. Row 2: Mrs. A. Casebeer, I. Pomeroy, C. Anderson, I. Baillies, I. Anderson, M. Schnabel, I. Peterman. Row 3: A. Damkoehler, M. Hurd, I. Hudson, G. Erdman, L. Baumbach. L. Feinas. S. Johnson, D. Schuh. M. Horn, I. Accola. Row 4: R. Wright, M. Malm, H. Eggener, D. Rehieldt, N. Smith, E. Griztiith, K. Peters, D. LaTonders, M. Knutson. L. Kautenherger, N. Hatlin. Row 5: R. Piefier, S. Appel, M. Gove. M. Pierce, D. Damm, M. McFarlin, E. Allen, I. Messing, I. Stachurski, B. Alcott, C. Taylor. XXX Sigma Sigma Sigma, national sorority on campus, came to this college in 1950. Tri Sigma aims to develop character, scholarship, cit- izenship and spiritual consciousness among its mem- bers. "Tri Sigma serves children" is the purpose oi the soror'ity's social service projects. They have made con- tributions to such projects by having the Sigma Car Shampoos. This year the Tri Sigs won first place on their Home- coming float which was "Carro11's In Dutch" and enter- ed a skit in Peak Night. They held dinner dances. initi- ation hanquets. Founder's Day Banquet, Parents Day, a Help Week project, and cottage week. Officers are Io Ellen Baillies, president: lane Ander- son, vice-president: Ioan Peterrnan, corresponding sec- retary: Carole Anderson, recording secretary: Mary Schnabel, treasurer: Io Pomeroy, keeper of the grades. Advisers are Mrs. A. Casebeer and Miss Miriam Dale. 165 Q, Ca N I xd xi N! xi xi xi xr xi xl xi xi x! xl N! xi Q4 x 6 Q, WP Back to Familiar registration lines. Textbook library works overtime Costing votes at all school election. 168 September means back to school. registration lines, hook lines, orientation sessions, mixers, chocolate hours, football games, dances, rush- ing, and pledging. The last year of WSC's social activities commences. School Co-chairmen of Freshman mixer, Eugene Alberts and Iudy Wagner. Shepard Dorm open house. 169 5A we wma Moments to Remember Iim Ziolkowski and Yvonne Thurow reigned as king and queen of the homecoming festivities at WSC on November 345. Making up the court of honor were Vi Dulaveris. Doris lean Arndt, Iudy Wagner and Dorotheann Peterson. Activities included a pep rally, an alumni dinner held at the Knickerbocker Hotel, the float parade starting at N. 15th st., on Wisconsin av., proceeding to the lake, a mixer in the college auditorium, bicycle races and football game against Carroll college at Pearce field. Climaxing the Homecoming week-end was the dance on Saturday evening at the Milwaukee Auditorium. Charles Perry and Steve Swedish provided continuous music. Barbara Michaels was general Homecoming chairman. King: Iim Ziolkowski Queen: Yvonne Thurow Amdt Sophomore Court of Honor: Iudy Wagner Iunior Court ot Honor: Doris Iean Senior Court of Honor: Vi Dulaveris Freshman Court of Honor: Dorothe- ann Peterson 171 l m ' . f Q Q fm, it Q-my Sigh ,, .Q 1 -4 " ,vw Lu xv ,ek , 5 f'W?We!, if 51 v. , my yer L W ' N V kms? .i Y fum Q K fir A X A -A X F ,xl 9 if 'Him ly! .W 2 lv, ,,v Y .' -. xl N, xl-JAH, C' S. r' J A Hi, ZH Lv A 'Z r 1 1 "X - x ,,, ,, ,., ' s S v-":?5" f' . Ml'Z'X'.Q'K u u N W' -f A.-'A :" Q ., 5 N. slf 3555 'K . ,.,.. JE . - -'-' ,Q -,S .:- a-a-E-15255E:!EisE:Eaa:a:s 'flfi ,vw w F It's Christmas Time . . . cmd the WSC campus is ringing with good cheer. Annual college cctroling festivities begin with cr buffet supper, cdroling in the vicinity, and u mixer. With pro- grams iull of yuletide spirit, drama cmd music students presented sacred renditions of "A Child is Born" and "Ha11e1ujcxhs" from the Messiah. it 1 A 174 Ianuary 4, 1955 Ianuary 5, 1955 February 15, 1955 In the Making -3.1. Careful planning for satisfactory social programs has accompanied the construction of our College Union. New rooms and added fa- cilities as well as lessons in bridge, dancing and square dancing are among many of the new features including speakers on subjects of interest, art exhibits and music. 175 ur New nion March 3, 1955 Iune 15, 1955 October 6, 1955 The cafeiena and snack bar of the new buxldmg are prepared to serve breakfasts lunches chnners and Slde orders A catermg servxce IS avallable to campus groups The lounge wxth te1ev1s1on set and art 9Xh1b1fS easy ChG1IS and has socks IS easxly converted for almost any occasxon 176 , f A 5, . , -Vw nw wx-2 ,, M. 1 .. X222 ' Hifi? 'A ' 'if' ', WY X A? 'Ft ' ' " T , 5:5.q+ ,J if m,1v""k' 5, mf 6. .., 1 A ww "A"f Q95 i " M Yi f E Q 3 S 5 E E 5 Q -Z fi Si E E 53 fi 3 ga E 5 2 : 5 E ii Q w 5 1 E Q 1 I 1 4 I 4 I x m .q..,.rA... '. : ophomore Sweet Ann Farwell Jeri Olson, last year's Sophomore Sweetheart crowns Queen Iane. Iu dy Wagner Marion Lemp The Sophomore class sponsored the sixth annual Sweetheart dance held in the college February 11. Master of ceremonies for the event was Iack Denton from radio station WISN. Sweethearts all, but only one of the five finalists received the official title at the dance all-school election. Sweetheart: Iane Van Antwerp Carol Christensen r auditorium on after the final i '4 1 viul. ,..:. 9 ..... . -W ,..,. Za- it S 1 212- I Q 2 , .,.,., , A 2 fx .- - M- E, 4 ' W- ' Q Q 4 fr- IZQQQZ' , ' WV" - ' MM f fig it X ' A ,,7LZi'3'KINLuf'fi. A1 'A Nw ,. A . gggy Wy i A -I 1 ff , . . x A I 6 ' iiffw 1 Wi r imgJ5gii5gA,Cg , A Q-.Q-1: ...., ---::: .,., W -A -1--A- Q5 af 134,535 5 2' . 'h im' I Q - ifsrz 7 W ' - "fff'11- :Sig .3 . 'fxwxwmf " 2:-1 I ..,A,.,, H 'N mi: 'W , gui , , limi! 23 . is " 5' nr.-it V ., gf A - ', ' K . A' ' ,E 3 .QQ gf ,, .. .2 X ' Yi :LL 515, ,,,, ", .121 S 'YF 'n , ., Q., 'x ' ' 4 ,., f . 2 . V -- ff: MM W ' K L YQ ,H 7? " '- ignmi f A ' ' i-A1 j 0 v ,, 5 , ' W gl vw. 7 - -1' "V ,L 5 V N D jw1h:Y'm, .1 , : f I I Q 1' , 2 S f f , .f. X . 1 , J .4 Ill' N Q N . All Ita S , Q 1 1 25 ww, ai " Q M, N E .-1' y , . nun, A 'asv , :J 91 ,fi X if-4 PIYQ., ,L Q. WW Qmwwwvvrf . fwlnwfwfn- , N' . ,Mr - .-qu.,- I E w fv L!-if 2QQ:ii3i552i X f in-mf ,. . es. Sys ww , mg YQ! I X 5 ..... - si. Q wiki 4 if W ,371 ,- ,,.,. .1 . my 3 . - 3 .- ,V W 5 v X.-nsfe'w1' X .Q ,ug '-:WE w aa1w!L,wf'H wa, ' W' H Wu' J" M g h A w 9. , ww First place, "Embryo," was presented by Interclorrn cmd received first place for the third consecutive year. PEAK . . . 30th Annual INTRODUCTION TO PEAK NIGHT .... Orchestra Quartet: Jeanine Bothun, Arlene Hass, Bert Gutteter, Karl Vollstedt EMCEES ............. Bill Moylan, Dick Solowicz "SHOW TRAIN" ........... Sigma Sigma Sigma Co-chairmen: Shirley Appel. Sharon Iohnson HBESAME MUCHO" ....... PEAK night Vocalist Nina Amoroso "ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK" ............ Mandolin Quintet Michael Cavanaugh, Robert Dueysen. Fred Ericksen. Iohn Horvath, Frank Sepic "THE WIMPLE CLUB" .......... Beta Phi Theta Co-chairmen: Bill Moylan, Dick Solowicz "SIX FLATS UNFURNISHEDH ....... Dance Solo Beverly Retzlait "SPEAK LOW" ................. Delta Omicron Carol Dahm, Iean Dhuey, Arlene Hass, Ioan Olson, Ianet Quade, Meredith Russell, Faculty women play their part in. "Things Have Blanche Schulz. Marianna.Steele, Changed." Alice Thelen "THE HEART OF A DECK" ............ . . ......................Kappa Lambda Iota Co-chairmen: Nola Contrucci, Iudy Wagner "The Wimple C1ub," cr satire on prejudice, took second INTERMISSION place. fan., g. W 3? ,Q Q91 A ' 1 W Lf Y -arm, X 4 fs R . , , ggggirif , A-.4 025315 Y gg Wy? f A 1 if 5, Va 5 I f K. f x 1 g P -Q . L . . 1 , f N 1' ' ,I ' ' The Greeks Meet Crystal Reflections and Manhattan 'Till Mid- night were the ihemes of the two all college semi-formal dances sponsored by the intersoror- ity cmd interfrcnernity councils, respectively. A grand march and presidents' dance highlighted both evenings. This year the intersorority dance was held in the Crystal Ballroom of the Schroeder Hotel. February 28. This first interiratemity dance was held in the new College Union, April 14. 184 A variety of programs sponsored by the plat- form committee as well as other organizations were seen on campus during the '55-'56 school year. Mayor Zeidler speaks at the Leadership Workshop. College A Cappella choir concert. Willie Pickens' quartet present a concert of "Modem Music". Convocations 185 Junior Prom 1956 With elaborate plans carried out centering around a Hawaiian theme, the all-college semi-formal dance was held at the Iewish Community center on May 26. The entire first iloor oi the center, including cz dining area where reireshments were served and an open patio overlooking Lake Michigan, provided the setting for the romantic at- mosphere oi the night. Special attractions this year included orchid leis flown directly irom Hawaii for each of the coeds, and dancing to the nationally famous Tex Benecke orchestra. IUNIOB PROM COURT OF HONOR AND QUEEN Darlene Haack. Diane Boll, Monica Kennedy. Sandy lay Mary Ann Sonchar. Queen Monxca Kennedy Kmg Dick Roman 1 . Hawaiian Holiday 'mmsssstzsgssmw, ' wnnnsnz,,4,4,,,i,' General chairman of the event was Mary Ann Sonchar. Her assistants were Charlene Buran and Shirley Maltby, publicity: Edna Kliesch and Carol Steckling. bids: Anita Neumann and Nina Amoroso, chaperones. and Dick Roman and Syl Rczcinowski, entertainment. Time out for refreshments. HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY ROYALTY: Diane Boll, Iames Duszynski, Mary Ann Sonchar, Iohn Koehn, Monica Kennedy, Richard Roman. Sandra Iay, Fred Bartelt. Darlene Hczack. Sylvester Racinowski. Q. f' A X X l 'ki' Wnnyd, if-:fat mmf' ff 1- Good Groomin Patricia Stevens, expert on style and good grooming, and hair stylist Si Ganzer were fea- iured at the CWA Good Grooming Day program in the lounge of the new College Union, Febru- ary 8. Preceding the evening program cz plate dinner was served. Co-chairmen of the event were Mary Ann Sonchar and Barbara Raynor. Campus Sideshows and games staged by participating organizations flavored Baker iieldhouse with an air of true carnival spirit at the annual Campus Carnival held May 5. There was some form oi activity to test the skill or provide en- tertainment ior every carnival lover, from pitching pennies to throwing soggy sponges at the iaces of sorority girls, or just drinking coke and eating popcorn. arnival Sponsored by the Commonwealth Social committee! and Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, the carnival also featured an "Ugly Man" and "Datable Doll" contest. Awards were given at the mixer following the days activities. General chairman ol the even! was Chuck Martin. round ampus Ioyce Ohn and Bock Kxm at International Helcxhons club sponsored party Art exhxhxt recephon for von Neumann Left lo nght Terence Gneder Mxss Elsa Ulbncht and Mr and Mrs von Neumann EDITOR IN CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ART ADMINISTRATION CAMPUS LIFE CLASSES GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS MEN S SPORTS WOMEN S SPORTS SENIORS PHOTOGRAPHER EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS ADVISER 1956 Ivy Staff Trudy Vanderzandt Dons Bauer Mlchael Huth Iohn Gross Ioyce Theunch Adnenne Henn1ngsgaard Io Courtrlght Dorothy Sa1berl1ch Nlna Amoroso Ioanne Accola Barbara Anclroy Iudy Lamb Ieanne Bassett DOIIS Bauer Sonya Sontvedt L1la Rollefson Curtrs Stedman Catherme Taylor Beverly Glaser Dave Becker Gerald Behl Elhe Eggener Shrrley Hallett Ioan Holzhauer Kathy Klu Sandy LeGatl'1 Carohne Meckes Audrey Rleck Meredlth Russell Colette Sanvrlle Carol Wurster Nancy Berglund Carolyn Bertorello Leona Gordon Shella Shong Maxme M1ller Warren Sch1lder James Lyons Mr Harold Ahlgren 193 GREEKS ............... ...... C onnie Maglio 9 Farewell to Wiscoltsirt State College . . .U These words have more than the usual meaning to the seniors as they leave our college this June, 1956, for this is also a farewell to Wisconsin State College. With the seniors, we undergraduates and our faculty com- plete our last year at WSC, yet we look forward to a bright, new, and promising future as the merged institutions, Wis- consin State College, Milwaukee, and the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, join forces and become the Uni versity of Wiscolxsin. - Milwaukee. 194 wu- 2 rv -.. Mw MQ. 'M ' Abradow1ck Suzanne Abuya Accola Adams Iohn Ioanne Frank Atwood W1ll1am Adams Adams Addy Rose Mane Terry Catherme Aderman Ralph Ahlgren Harold Arello Isadore Alberts Eugene Albmo lay Albrecht Shtrley Alcott Elxzabeth Alexander Dlrnrtra Alhno Frank Allen Elrzabeth Althoen Henry Alstadt Rose Anastas Lo1s Andersen Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Thomas Allan Carl Carole Dav1d Dorothy lane 27 112 Ianet Carol Ianet Mae Nancy Patrrcxa Paul Rlchard T Andrey Barbara 5 105 126 1 Angelettr Rrchard Anhalt Elrzabeth Ansorge Lo1s Anthony James Anton La Deane Amoroso N1na Appel Shrrley Appleby Wrllram Arndt Dor1s 124 129 142 Augsperger Pearl Bacon Bon1ta Bachelder Vrolet Baer Donald Bagley Kerth Bagstad Iudy Bahr Carl Bahnnger Thomas Baxllxes Io Ellen Baldwrn Robert Balxstrerx Carl Barak Barber Barde Barlow Barnes Barnes Baron Barette Barron Bartelt 196 Robert Ioyce Alex Wrllram Genevleve Vxrgmla Norman Rrta Mxchael 4 6 66 99 8 28 102 103 30 Fred 62 83 84 90 105 Index Barten Dolores Basham Carole Basrle Pasqualrne 50 98 99 158 Bassett Ieanne Bastxanuttr Srlvana Bathey Robert Bauer Dons 7 125 26 Bauernfexnd Nancy Baumbach Lo1s 1 0 113 Baumgartner Iames Bayley Monlca Beck Roberta Becker Becker Becker Becker Beckley Beatrxce Behl Gerald Behlendorf lack Behm Caryl Behnke Alfred Behnke Donna 28 109 Beldatsch George Bekens Larrnoms Bell Carol Bellxnghausen Susan Bellxs Ernest Belton Iohn Bender Iamce Benge Glenn Bennett Roger Z9 90 05 Benson Manlyn 112 Bentley He1d1 Berenz Thomas Davxd Florence 61 106 127 Louxs Regrnald Berger Marrlyn Berglund Nancy Berndt Mary Berner Donna 29 113 35 Berryman Paul Bl Berson Ioyce Bertorello Carolyn Bessette Dale Bethke Iudrth 106 134 Beyers Beverly Beyers Delfred Brederer Helen Brermann Iames Bxers B Bressman Leah B1ll1ngs Neal Bllty Norman B1schmann Elwynn Bxschoff Damel Brschoff Suzanne Brtterbender E Brxby Barbara BIZSI Betty Bjorn H Blakely Bernxce Blakewell Carol Blasew1tz Nancy Boetzelen Ina Bogenschxld Dav1d Bo1ssonnault Gregory Boker B Boll Dxane Boll Patncxa SB 97 9 83 84 77 134 9 90 92 Bonvllle Audrey Boppel Todd Borger Valbur Borhoien Elmer Borth Wzlford Borzykowskx Betty Bothun Ieanlne Bottomley Rrchard Z 134 1 Bottom Roger 83 85 7 Bowes Ralph Boyd D11-ne Boyer Ioanne 02 31 Brander Bruce Brandt Ernrl Brandt W1ll1am Breckenrrdge Iack Brenes Phyllxs Brenner Ruth Breske Nancy Brecmk Thomas Bnckhouse Beth Brlnkman Danxel Bnske Larry Bnskey Robert Brrskm Ahce Brockway Wayne Brodzeller DGV1d Brornund Warren Bronner Ralph Brophy Mary Brown Brown Brown Brown Bruelke Ioan Davrd George Mary Ellen Raymond Brunner Helen Brusky Wrnrfred Bryan Lawrence Budzak Arthur Budzrsz Prank Buege Betty Buelow Werner Buerger Manon Bulxn Ellen Bulley D Bunker Donald Bunnell Barbara Burgdorf Lucxlle Burgess Iames Burgett Russell Burk Glen Burk Ian-tes Burk Patrxcla Burke Vxrgmra Burmexster Karen Burrnerster Lou Burnll Nancy Burrows Eugene Busalacchr Sharon Bush Carol Bush Mary Ellen Buszkrewrcz Rxta Buth Shlrley Butts Ioan Butzke Arlene Caldwell Cleon Calkxns Mary Ann Campanellx Charles 93 94 97 79 30 83 85 30 109 112 83 83 92 97 3 112 41 34 155 I - A - . ................. 66 ' , ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 21 I -...---.--. 182 . .............. 75, 97 , ................... .29 1 .................... 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Daniels, Leroy . . . Darsch. 1. ..,.. . Daubl, Helen .. 198 . .... 66. ....7l. 75. .....B3. Dauer, Donna ....... Dauska, Margaret .. Davis, Dianne .... ludith . . . Davis. Davis, Lois ...... Davis. Nancy ......, Dawley, Richard ....60, 99. .....65, 112, ......62, 82, 97, 105. 107, 150. Dean. Marilyn ................ 32, De Cono, Helen .... Deerwester, Luella . Degner, Carol .... De Groff, Ioan... Dehring, Carol Delavan, Nancy ..,. Demars, David ..... Dembowski. Donna Demien, Deanna . .. Deniston, Iohn ..... Deschler, Ann ...... Desing, Io Ann .... 62 De Swarte, Shirley. Dethloft, Earl ...... . ..... 32. .....33. . . .72, 106, . 97. 99. 112. Dhuey. lean ........ .... 3 3, Dickerson, Barbara . Dieden, Roberta .... Dietrich, Iarnes .... 61 Dobbe, Gordon ...,. Dobbs, Gary ....... Doberstein, Carol .... Dobson, Dianne .... Doherty, Betty .. Dolan, Ioan ....... , 88. 94. 97, .....72, 112. .......33, Domach. Dorothy . . . . . . .33. Dominguez, Frank . . .... . . Dominiak, Albert . . . . . . Dornrose. Robert . . . . . . . Donhauser, Paul .... ........ Donnelley, William . . . .... . 12. Donovan, Patricia . . . . . . . . . Dordel, Arlene . . . . . . . Dorner, Anthony . . . . . . . . . Dosta, Gloria ..... .... 3 3, Doucas, Harriet ....... .....,. 7 1 Doudna, Lonnie 131. 135. 137, 149. Downey, Audrey . .. Draws, Thomas ...... Drescher, Carol . . . Dressler, Melvin .... Dretzka, Marline. . . Drewek, Iames . .. Drews, Barbara .... Dreyer, Patricia .... Driscoll, Betty ....... .1-14. U Driscoll, Patricia ..... Driver, Mary .... Drobac, Ileane. . . . Dross, Henry ........ Druminski, Betty ..... Dublin, Patricia .. Duckler, Dorothy . .. ......33. 95. fffffidf slr. ....66. ....83, 134. .... .33. 103. 155' .33. 136, 137. . . . . .59, 140. 1 Duecker, Kenneth ...,............ Duffey, Mary ..........,....... Dugan, Iohn .... 115, Dulaveris, Violet .... 34. 133. Dulka, Iohn ...... Dumke, Anita .... Dumke, lean .... 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Marion .. Else. Arthur ...... Elsesser, Dorothy .... Elsesser, Henry ........ Emariuelson. William .... Emerich. Carole ....... Emerson, Donald ..... Engel, Leland ...... Engelmann, Hugo .... Englehart, Ronald .... Erdman. Gay ........ 65. Erdman, Erdman. Robert ....... Erickson. Darlene .. Erickson, Iean .... Eschner, Dave . . Essock, Robert . . . Evans, H. ...... . Evanson, Barbara. . . Eul, Donald ........... - F - Fabry, Elizabeth ...... Faddah, Mohammad .... Fairweather, lack Falk. Audrey .... Farquhar, Mary ...... Farwell. Ann 105,109. Faulk, Iacqueline ........ Fecht, Marcia ........ Fehlhaber, Ioyce .. Fehlhaber, Paul .... Feinas, Loretta . . . Feldstein. Rubin Felker, Marilyn ,. Fellner, Iohn ..... Fenzl, Leroy ....... Ferguson, Beverly .. Ferguson, Persia .... Feustel, Patricia .. Fields. Finley, Alice ..... Fischer, Dorothy .... Fischer, Kenneth .... Fischer, Nancy Fischer, Rita ....... Fishman, Sheldon . .. Fiskum, Kathleen Fitzgerald, Sheila . .. 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Ronald ......... .....72. 131 74 88 . .. ..... 35. 160 35 12 .79, 134 139. 147 .66, 105 72 .....136 95 116. 157 .12. 104 147, 150 13 91 ......35 137, 145 .60, 162 122, 154 142. 146 ..83, 84 .....156 Gates, Bruce ..... .... 1 15, 138 Goulet, Meriel .. . . . . . 159 Gqtfoyd, Dorothy ,, , ,,,,,,, 60 Goundie, George .. ..... . 13 Gehrig, Audrey . .. ....... 74 Gourlie, Dale ..... .......... . . 69 Geiger, Iames .... 92, 97 Gove. Marjorie .......... 63, 124, 165 Geiger, leanne .. .... 70 Grabowski. Richard ........... 62, 105 Geil, Lloyd ..... ....... 8 3 Grace. lofmne Gelenian, Sonia . .. ......... S9 ...... 61, 104, 122, 124, 141, 142, 160 Genova, Rgberl ,,,,, ,,,, B 3, 84, 89 Glfuf, Dldrle ..................... 69 George, Clifford ......... 141 GICIL Lois .----- 37 Gerend. Frances ...... . . .76, 134 Gfflf. Patricia ----- - - -- 99 Germanson. Sheilah ............. 73 GfCIl'lUm- William ---- ------- 2 3 Gerzande, D. ................... 131 Gmningef- DOHHU -------------- 52' 1 3 Gegkel Barham ,,,,, 36, 103, 108, 153 Grant, Mary .................... 13 Gettlernan, lack ................. 131 GY'-IPP' Robeff--BQ 103' 1051 109' 157 Gender' Elaine H .......,'.-... 74 Gruser, D. ..................... . 97 Gibb' Daniel ' l I '..-' 60' 157 Green. Rhoda . . . ........ . . . . . . 74 Gibson, Glenn .. ........... 79 Gfef-19' lame --4-- --'- 5 5' 113' 134 Gibson, Twyila' h . . i . . '74, 112, 155 Gresk. Robert ..... ......... . .139 Giese, Maureen . .. .......... 36 grfederk Teffgnce """"""' 371: . ne en ro , usan ............ . Gfese' Ronald ""' "" 3 6' 141' 155 Griflgh, Eliabeth ...... 59, 97, 99, 165 Gd-ford' Roger "" """"" 3 6 Griggs, Lois ..................... 13 Gilbertson, Elaine ...,. ...... 7 0, 105 Grimm' Mary . . .'-. . g ........ l .72 Gmc' Stephume "" ""' 3 6' 160 Gromacki. Ioseph ................ 89 Gjete, Gilbert ................... 76 Gross. Iohn .....'-..- 81' 126, 128' 152 Gjertson, Herman ........ ........ 6 6 - G - Glaser. Beverly ..-.. 59. 105. 1271 164 own., G. ............. .....,... 1 43 Gagnon, Alice ...... .. ..... 35 Glawe. Lee ..................... 157 Groves Alfred -... ,..37, 143 Gald, Gloria . , . ................ 74 Gleissner, Lucille .... ........... 1 3 Grulke' Smart . . , , l I . l 59 Gale. Stuart ........ 135, 137, 145. 149 Glick, Ellen ...... .... 7 2, 98. 114 Guenther' Edgar --.-..-.-.,'..-.' 13 Gall. Elaine . . . .............. 75 Glocke, Donovan. . . .... 36. 115, 154 Guenther' Louise ,,,-,.,... . . l I l I 66 Galowka, Olga .. ..... 22 Gloor. C. .......... .......... 1 33 Guerino, Michqel.-59, 50, 83, 91' 156 Galst, Marilyn ..... ......... 6 7 Goetzke. Shirley ....... .... 7 4 Gulbins, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 37 Gamoke, Barbara .... ..... 1 09, 134 Goetzman. Howard .... .... 3 6 Guralnick, Juliet , ,, ,,,,,,,,, -146 Gamsky, lOS9pl'l ..... ......, 1 3 GOD. PC1111 .......... ..... 7 6 Gustqfsgn, Harold ,,,,,,,, 66' 109' 115 Gansherhoff. Sonya .... .... 3 6 Gordon, Leona ...... ....... 7 2, 150 Gutknecht. Shirley ..........., 59, 159 Garcia, Charles ..... .... 1 3 Gordon, Winiired ........ 74. 131. 136 Gutkowski, Geraldine ............ 70 Garrett. Helen . . . ....... 21 Gosenheimer, Gerald ............ 36 Gutsch. Donna ........ . . . . 37 Games, Karen ..,. . . .74, 139 Gosnell, Iudith .,...... ..., 6 8 Gutsch. Robert ...... . . . . 91 Garry, Nellyann . . .... 36 Gouget. lean . . . .... 37 Gutteter. Lee . . . . . . . 66 COURTESY lll5 N. THIRD STREET MILWAUKEE LINCOLN - MERCURY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grotbeck, Edward ............... 132 3rd and Burleigh MEATS AND POULTRY MILWAUKEE -H- L. H. SCHMITT BROADWAY l-5214 Bill Davis IJ b B C QUALITY SERVICE Butter - Eggs - Shortening ORTING GOODS CO' Skim and Whole Milk Powder 312 WEST WELLS STREET BRoadway 1 1566 - Milwaukee 3, Wis. --.-- Carl Mueller 2001 West Walnut Street WEst 3-0346 - H - Hickman, Rolf . . . .... 14 Iacobs, Ioan .... . , ......... . . 98 Haaclc, Darlene. .82, 114, 163, 187, Hiegel, Shirliann . . ....... 65 Iacobs, Marilyn ................. 149 Haas. Richard .................. Hildreth, Grace .... .... 1 4, 106 Iacoby, Iohn ....,, , 103, 111, 132, 155 Haasch, Carol ......... ......... H ilgeman, Paul . . . ......... 38 Iaeger, Ronald ................ . . 76 Haierbecker, Gordon ..... . . . 13, Hill, Donald ...... ...... 1 4, 21, 103 Jaeger, Ruth ,,,,,,, 159 Hagberg. Ioanne ...... ....... H ill, Edwin ........ .... 6 0, 137, 157 Iakowski, Kathryn . . . 72 Hagen, Ianet ......... .... 1 14, Hillebrand, Robert . . .......... 38 Iakus, Ioan ........ 69 Hahlbeck, Lorely . . ..... Himden, Ioseph ....... . . . 150 Ianecky, Ioan ...... ..... . . 113 Hahn, Grace .... ......... H immelmann, Frank .... . . 9 Ianowski, Florence. . . . . . 141 Hahn, Hans .................... Hinkleman, Rev. ..... . . . 131 Iansen, D. .......... .... . . 138 Hahn, Kenneth ........... Bl, 132, Hintz, Iames . . . . . 75 Ianus, L. ..... . . . 65 Halberg, Laurie. . 105, 116, 117, 131 Hinze, Helen . . . . . 113 Ianzen, Comelius . . . 14 Hallett, Shirley .......... 62. 127, Hoett, William . . . . 70 Iarantowski. Mary . . . . . 72 Halvorsen, Bjorn ............... Hofias, David . . . . . . 62 Iarvis, Sonja ....... . . . . 134 Harnmes. Robert . . . . . . Holt, Sara ...... . . 76 Iqtczqk, Gene ,,,, , , , , , , 86 Hankwitz, Anita . . . . . . Hoffmann, lean .... . . . 78 Igvers, Karen ,,,, , , , , ,69, 162 Harman, Katherine . . . . . Hoffmann, Mary . . . . ....... 98 Iavers, Lois ..... . . . 105, 161 Hansel, Iuclith ..... . . . Holt, Robert ....... .... 7 7, 134 Iavore. Claire ..... . . . 114, 163 Hansen, Helen . . . . . . . Holzhauer. Ioan ..... .... 1 27, 133 Iqworski, Gilbert ,,,, , , , 147, 150 Hansen. Ieannette . . . . . . Holzhauer. Marion ..... .... 3 8, 159 Iay, Sandra ....... ....... 1 87, 188 Hansen, Rex ...... . . . . Homieh, Patricia . . ...... 79 Ietlerson, Henry .......... 38, 107 147 HCI1'b9Ck. Irene - - . ------ Honeck, William . . ...... 132 Ieftery, Richard .... ...... .... . . . 155 Harland. NUHCY ---- ----- 3 7. Hoppe, Rochelle .... .... 6 2, 144 Ieknovorian, Rosemarie ....... 71, 150 Harny. Irene -...- ....---- H orn, Clairellen .... ......... 9 8 Ienkins, William .............. 14, 143 Harris. Allan .-.. -.-- 1 37. Horn. Donna ....... ....... 3 8. 113 lens, Kenneth ....,...... ..... 6 0 137 Harris, Gibson .... .....- H om, Maryl ........,... . 65, 112, 165 Jensen. Carolan .... .... 1 06, 138 Hart, Harry. . . ..... 37. Horngren, Richard ....... 70, 131, 132 Iensen, David . . . . . . . . 61 Hart, Sandra . . . ...... Hose, Irene ....... ........... 3 8 Iensen, Ioseph . . . . . . . . . 76 Harlkopf. Iune .... .... H oward, Donna ........... 72, 127. 133 Iepson, Esther ..... ..... 1 4, 149 HCIYVGY. ICIIIIGS - . . - ------- Howard, Virginia .... ....... 7 3, 113 lessen, Betty ..... . . . . . . 74 HUS9. R0he1'l ---- ----- 5 1. Howell, Margaret . . ......... 69 Iewell, Margaret .... ..... 8 2, 113 HGSGR. 10561911 --------- -------. H rovat. Ioseph ..... . . . 83 Iindra, Dan ..... .... 8 6 89 Hass, Arlene .........-.....-.- Hruska, Nancy .... . . . 72 Ioers, Mildred . . . . . . 23 110, 113, 133, 135, 137, 144, 149, Hubbard, Perry .... .... . .. 23 Iohl, Ingrid . .. .. 113 Hatlen. Norma ...-........... BU. Huber, Mary ...... ........... 7 4 Iahn, Ruth .... . ........... 112 HC1VilGI1Cl. Mary lCH'1S -------- 139. Huberty, Robert ............ 75, 86, 92 Iohns, Helen . . , ............. . 65 Hawkins, Margaret ..... .... 1 35, Hucek, Phyllis ........ 67, 134, 137, 149 Johnson, Allen ...... 67, 136, 137, 145 Heckel, Robert ..-... -------- H udson. lean ............. 59, 62, 165 Iohnson, Bernard .............. 76 91 Hecker, Susan . . . ...--..---- Hudson, Geraldine . . ........ 76 Johnson, Donald .... . . . . 14, 117 Heid, Emil. ....... .... 6 4, 147, Huegsby, G. ....... ......... 1 17 Iohnson, Earl ................ 66, 117 Heiden, Richard . . . .......... Huffman, James . . . ........... 61 Iohnson. Elaine Heinemann, lane . . ........ Hunl-rel, Dolores .... . . . 107, 110, 160 ........ 38, 114, 133, 135. 158, 162 Heinrich, Marlene .... .--.. 7 7. Hunt, William ...... ........,.. 9 4 Iohnson, Iackie .... . . 69, 110, 135, 136 Heinzelrnann, Erwin . . . ..-..-. Hunter, Clarence. . . . ..... 77, 117 Iohnson, Karen ......... . . . . . . . . 61 Helton, Gerald .... . . . Huntington, Barbara ..... .... 7 2, 159 Iohnson, LaVerne . . . . . . . 114 Helton, Tinsley ......... ..... H urd, Mary .......... ..... 1 65 Johnson, Rachel .,.. ...... 6 6 Henning, Marilyn .-.-....------- Hurlbutt, David . . . . . . 66 lohnson, Raymond .... . . . .77, 131 Henningsgaard, Adrienne ..... 69, Hutton, Lawrence . . . . 115 Iohnson, Robert .... ,.... . . 75 Henrich, Charles .........--.-.. Hytnk, Mary ......... . . 69 Iohnson, Sharon ..... ..... 1 46, 165 Henricks, lane. .............. 151, - I h- Iohnson, Thomas ......... 59, 140, 148 Henschel, Carol ................. 162 Iohnston, lack ................. 135 Herbal, Richard .......... 37, 139, " 175' 98 Jones. Arnold ...... 15. 133. 135 Harbsr, William ...... 109, 136, 137, Ingmm ' Anthony ' ' ' " ' 14 Janes, Barbara .........,... as Herman, Iohn ................... ' . ' ' " Iones, Carol ....... ........ 3 9 Hernet. Elizabeth .... .... a a. hard' Glow """"' ' ' 78 Janes, Janice .... 61, 111. 133, 149 Hesselink, Lois . . . , .... - 1 - Iones, Ierry ............... .. 132 Heywood, Nancy . .. .... 66, Iacobi, Virginia .... . . 71 Iones, Iohn Paul .... . . . 130 Hickey, Gene ..... .... 3 8, Iacobs, Carole .... . . 73 Iones, Marilyn .... .. . 160 Purveyors of Fine Meats and 5 P E C l A L Poultry to Hotels, Restaurants, Laundry and Dry Cleaning Clubs, Schools and Institutions Service For Students and Faculty --Q-.. A - A Becker Meat and Provision Company A D E L M A N 538 W. McKinley Avenue BRoaclway 6- l 8 I 6 709 E. Capitol Drive EDgewood 2-6000 200 Jopke, Marylee. . . Jordan, Carlene ..... Jorgensen, Jack .... Jorgensen, Gordon .... Jorns, Clara ................. 134. ....73, 98 ..,.135, 137 .....67, 150 ....88, 94 149 Jost, Judson ...................... 70 60, 89, 97. Joy, Virginia ........... Josten, William .... 59, Jung, Mary ...... Juno. Rosann ......... -K- Kaas, John ........ Kaegi. Frank .... 156 76 ....65,l12 72 79 .........157 Kaika, Les Ann .... .... 6 7, 114, 162 Kahn, Phyllis .... .......... 1 41 Kahn, Rhea ............,..... 39, 139 Kaishian, Michael ......60, 83, 97, 103, 111, 147, 157 Kaminski, Rita .................. 71 Kamlah, Lyle ....... . . .B4, 153 Kanaskie, Patricia ............... 67 Kannenberg, Colette .... . . . . .58, 82, 114, 150. 159. 163 Kannenberg, Jim .............. 64, 146 Kanter, Dorothy ......... Kapke, Judith ..... Karp. Joanne .... .......73, 99 ....74, 139 72 Karst, Theodova . . . . . . . 74 Kaschel. Robert .... .... 6 4 Kasdorf, Rona . . . .... . . 39 Kasten, Fay .................. 65, 113 Kasten, Karel . . . . . . . .105, 123, 124, 158. 161. 183 Kastner. James .,....,........... 76 Kastrivas, P. ..... ...... 6 0 Katziey, Sandra .... .... 6 7, 149 Katzman, Patricia .... .... 3 9 Kauier, Robert ..... .... 3 9 Kaufman, Marsha . . . . . . . 65 Kaufmann, F. . . . . . . . 15 Kaulmann, F. . ......... 148 Kausch, L. ...... ........... 1 33 Kausch, Richard .......... 39, 133, 135 Kauss, George .................. E0 Kautenberger, Louise .......... 67, 165 Kay, Joanne ................ 74, 98, 99 Kazmierczak, Marion ............. 76 Kealiinohomoku. Thomas . . ....... 135 Keene, Paul .................... B3 Keishian, Sarah .... .. .39, 114, 152 Kell, Colleen . . . .......... . 144 Kelley, Thomas ..... . . .75, 132 Kelly. Doris ..... Kelly. Judith .... .........134 Kempfert, Nancy .......... 67, 134, 137 Kennedy, Monica .... 162, 186. 187, 188 Kennow, Patricia ................ 74 Kern. Mari1yn..l04. 105, 123, 124, 139 Kerr, Elizabeth .................. 15 Kersten, Evelyn .......... 65, 112. 133 Kiefert, Donald .................. 78 Kiehl, Arthur..l35, 136, 137, 145. 149 Kiel, Richard ............. 91, 97, 157 Kiester, S. ...... 98 Kim, Boek .... ..... 7 1, 192 King. Gerald Kirchen, Lester ..... . . . Kirchhan, Gerald ....... Kirchman, Donna ..... . . . Kitzerow. Sandra .... 133. K1aBunde, Earl ......... Klabunde. James.. .... 89. 94, Klappauf, Leonard ..... Klapperich, Margaret . . . .........115 67 153,157 .......71, 98 . 39. 135,144,149 ...,.....135 132,149 ..........140 69 Klassa. Joan .... Jo Ann .... Klein, Klein, Marcia ..... Klein, Richard ..... Klein, Sandra .... Kleinvehn, Beverly Klessig, Violet Kliebhan, Ioan Kliebhaw, J. .... . Kliesch, Edna 122, Klingbile. Jean ..... Klinka, Theodore .. Kloke, Colleen . .. Kloske, Beatrice .. Kloske, Joyce ..... Klotsche, I. Martin Klotz, J on. ....... . Klotzbach, Vira ..... Kluever, Elaine .. 67 Klug, Jean ........ Klug, Jeanette .... Klug, Kathleen .. . Klug, Kenneth .... Kluge, Bette ....... Klug, Herman 83.85,106. Knaak, Margaret Knaebe, June ..... Knaup. Marianne . . . . . . . Kneusel, Thomas . . Knickelbine. James Kniep, Mary ...... Knitter, Harry Knobloch, Mary . .. Knoblach, Dorothy Knoll, Beulah ..... Knurr, Allen .... Knutson, Mary Koch, Patricia , . . Kocha, Joan ...,. Koedy, B. ........... . . . . Koegel. Marguerite Koehn, John ....... Koehn. Ronald .. . Koelling, Eloise .. Koenig, Susan . . . Koeper. Robert . . . Koeppler, Joan .. Koessler, Ronald ...... Koester. Jeanne .... Kohl. Roland ................ 40 Kohlbeck, Raymond Kolkoski, Arrnenta . Koltermann, Gerald .... .... 6 0 Kopecky. Jerome . .. Kopydlowski, Alex . Korbuly, Milfred . . . Korth, Marian ..,. Kostka, Patricia . . . Kostrivas, P. .... . Kotz, Raymond Kozicki, Diane .... Kozminski, Carole . Kraeft, Armin .... Kraft, Walter .... Krainer, Gerald Kraklow, Robert .... Krahl, Dennis ..... Kramer, Pierce Kramer. Susan ,... Kranzbiller, Sally .. Krause, Janice ..... ....l23, 124,161 164 ...70, 98, 131 .........132 .......B1 .. .... 76 ...75 ,...83 157 124, 129, 142, 152 113 78 58 72 104 B4.92,97,157 63, 110, 112, 161 . 133, 135, 144,149 .........69.98 58, 105. 164 68, 69, 150 107,153 139 65,131 ......40. 140,155 ,...75 ....l34 ....68 ....l28 .....83 ...B0, 165 .....78 ....l38 133 ...... .151 ....97. 188 40, 90, 133 15 .....106. 107, 112 ...........117 77. 113. 130, 137 .154 .......l51 .155 .. ...9l,97,157 71. 132, 134 ....B3. 146 132 83 88 79 15,B3,94,97 .......40, 156 ..........155 40,109,138 ..........l46 ...9, 15 ....70 ...74 ...98 Krause, Kenneth G. . . . . . . 70 Krause, Lois ...... . . . 72 Krause. William . . . . . . 77 Kraynik, Ted . . . . . . 15 Krehl, J. ....... ..., l 35 Kreitzer, James ...... . . . 115 Kresse, Kathleen ........ . . . 71 Kreutzfeldt, Frederick . . . . . . 117 Kriehn, Ruth ........... . . . 15 Krimmer, Judith . . . . . . . 74 Krueger, Brian .................. 136 Krueger, Joanne . . . . . . .. 26, 40, 141, 158, 163, 195 Krueger. Judith .................. 151 Krueger, June ..... ....... 5 9, 140 Krueger, Roberta ........ 59. 113, 131 Krugman, Charlotte ........... 58 Krygier, Bernice ........ 40, 138. 161 Kubiak, Thomas ..... 83, 84, 107, 156 Kubnick, Jean .... .......... 7 2. 98 Kuehl. Doris .................... 58 Kuehneisen, Robert ..... 41, 153, 157 Kuester, Susan ....... .......... 7 4 Kuestermann, Sally .... ......... 1 10 Kuether, Fred ....... .... 1 07, 156 Kuhagen, Geraldine . . . . . . 74, 98 Kujawa, Barbara .... 41, 163 Kujoth, Dale ...... ......... 6 9 Kuklinski, Rosalie ............ 71, 98 Kulas, Patricia ..... . .. 73, 109, 113 Kunkle, Ethel .... Kunz. Carole ...... 15 41 Kupferberg, Leah .. 72, 133 Kurowski, K. .... ..... 9 4 Kuter, Florence . . . . . . . 22 Kutnyak, Martin . . . . . . . 67 Kutter, Judith . . . . . . . 65 Kuttler, Elizabeth ...... .... 7 0 - L - Laatsch, Eugene ..... 41. 155 LaBarbara, Andrew ............. 94 Laber, Sharon ................... 41 La Borde. Shirley .... 41, 113, 133, 135 Lacitis, Ivans ................... 71 Ladik, Judith ........ .... 7 S Lagerman, Audrey .... ......... 9 8 Lahm, Roger .................... 69 Lamb, Judith ...... . . . 41, 142, 162 Lambert, John . . . ......... . 117 Lambert, Lillian . . . . . . 76, 134. 150 LaMere, Judith .... .......... 1 37 Lampe, Frederick .... .... 4 1, 138 Landers, Harold ..... .... 7 1. 117 Langendorf. Marilyn . . . .... 105. 135 Langman. Irene ..... ....... 2 1 Lanzl, Frederick .... . . . 41. 142 La Pointe, James .. 71 Larson, Barbara .................. 41 Larson. Florayne ............ Larson, Harvey. .130. 133. 135. Laska, Conrad .............. LaTonders, Diana .. Laubenstein. Ruby . Lauer, Harvey .... Laurent, William . .62. Lauterbach, Wayne Lawrence, David .. Lawry, Betty ..... Laws. LaVera .... Lazenby, John ..... LeBansky, Ronald . Lee, Elizabeth .... Le Gath, Sandra .... Lehn. Bernice ........... 58, 107, Leichtle. Irwin .... 42.164 137,145 42, 116 .....105, 112, 165 58,134 42,151 115, 135, 136,145 67, 137 .. 42,113 42 8, 9, 143 15. 20 7. 97. 98. 99. 127 134 201 Leitinger, Elaine ................. 75 Lemp, Marion ...... 67, 105, 163, 179 Lenroot, Rush .... ............. 7 8 Levy, Ieannine . . . . . . . 65 Lewis, Donna ..... .... 7 4 Lewison, Donald . . . . . . . 94 Liethen, Mary lane. . . . . . . . 60 Lightfoot, Alirecl . . . . . .63, 147 Lind, Marshall ...... ..... 6 3 Lindenberg, Libby . . . . . . . . 42 Linder, Shirley ..... ....,... 6 9 Linsley, Ioyce .... ..... 4 2, 160 Litscher, D. ..... .....,. 1 43 Littaritz, Lowell . . . .... 42, 83 Logan. Dwight . . . .... . 117 Lonergan, Robert . .. Lorield, Ellen .... Losik. Robert . . . Loth, Douglas .... Lovrien, Carol Lowe, Samuel ...... Lueneburg, Ruth .... Lukashewich, Mike . .. Luke, Richard .... Lukowitz, Drue Luloft, Eunice Lund, Edward ..... Lundberg, Wayne .. ........155 141 116 89 . . . . .105 43 164 60 75 70 73 83 ...l13. .....42. 'Qlthl' . . .. . .61. 15 Lusty, Beverly ..... ...43, 142, 160 Lutz, Marilyn . . . ............. . . 75 Lychwick. Ianet ................. 69 Lyons, Iames ....... 122, 124, 125, 146 -. M .- Maas, Cornelius ..... .... 4 3, 141 MacDonald, Sandy .... ....... 7 4 Machos, Ervin ..... ..... 5 9 Macht, Diane . . . . . . 43 Maertz, Carol .... ............. 7 4 Maertz, Mary . . . ............. . . 43 Maglio. Conjetta ..... 43 141, 142, 164 Maglio, Francesco ..... ...... 4 3, 160 Magnus, Ruth .... ............. 9 7 Magulski, Shirley .... 43, 163 Mahl, Carole ..... ..... 4 3, 143 Mahon, Patricia . . . . . . 15, 144 Mahoney, Moira . . Mahony, Iames ...... Maierle, Mary . . . . . . . .44, 110, 112. Maiers. Mardelle ..... Major. Charlotte . . Malm, Mavis .... 123, 71 .... .135 183 74 ...9. 16 142. .....l65 Malone, Mary ...... .......... 7 3 Maltby, Shirley .............. 62, 163 Mandelin, Marianne ...... 43, 140, 141 Mangin, Maureen ................ 67 Maples, Iudith ..... ...,...... 7 3 March, Colleen . . . ..... 44, 149 Marchant, IoAnn .... .... 6 7, 138 Marks, Ianet .......... ....... 1 59 Markussen, Georgette .....,... 64. 164 Marquardt, Rodney .............. 23 Marshall, L. .................... 148 Martin, Charles ........ 64, 91, 97, 157 Martin, Donald ..... .......... 6 4. 117 Martin, Harry ........... 84, 103 Martin. lean . . . .... 68, 97, 99, 137 Martin, Keith ..... .. ....... 91, 97 Martin, Louise . . . .... . 128 Martin, Marilyn . . . . . .44, 162 Martin. Sandra .................. 124 Mason, Austin ...... 61, 122, 128, 142 Mason. Nancy ..... .....163 Mathews, Lee .... . . 9 202 Matthews, Allen ............. Maurer. William . .60. 117, 141. Mayer, Donna ........ Mazurkiewicz, Susan Mazzei, Gloria ....,. McAteer, Kenneth McCarthy, Iohn .... McClutchy, Iames .... McCreery. Iohn .... McElwee. Gregory .. McEvoy. Eugene .. McFarlin, Marian McGarigle, Alan .... McGarry, D. ........ . McMahon, I acquelyn ... . .71 ..'.'.11lL' .'.'.'.lrliQ' McMillion. Arthur ..... McTrusty, Marilyn . Meckes, Caroline. . . Medinger, Ioyce .... Medrow, Karen .. Medved. Carol . . . Meganer, B. . . . . Mehlos, Dawn Meier, Robert .... Meisel, Audrey ..... Q '.66. . . .59. 113. ......44 i4'7,' Meissner, Carolyn ....... 74, 134, Melchior, Shirley. . . . Melzer, Gail ......... Mennicke. Margaret Mennicke, Martin .... Mennicke, Richard .. Menning, Kathleen . Meredith, Dorothy .. Merkel, Laurice Merkel. Marie Merklein, Dick . .. Mertz, Leora . . . Merwin, Phyllis . . . Messing, Iudith . .. Metz, Eric ...... Meyer, Luane .... Meyer, Maureen Meyer. Robert ..... Meyer, William E.. .l35. Michaels, Barbara. . . 45. Michaels, Leonard ....... Michels, Ione ...... Mickelson, Robert Migacz. Elroy . ..... . Migliaccio. Marlene ..... Mihleisen, Gene ....... Mihor, Wayne ............. Mikaelian. Sam ...... 63. Mikalaski. Dolores Sylvia ..... Miley. 104, 122, 123, 129. Miller, Miller. Marlene .. . Miller, Maxine . .. Miniace, Dorothy .. Misiewicz, Duane .. Modrey, B. ...... . Moe, Ioanne ..... Moffatt, Wylie ..... Mohr, Margaret . ...,... 60. 104. Moldow, Gloria .... 130. .67, 134. .58, 135. " . Qlis. iddf 'rbi' 105, 106 .67, 137, .45. 105. 1551 ' inf ' . . . . . .66. 103,. -1.081 ' '1'41'.'ilQ Calvin ................... 106. '.'59',' 1551 .. . . . .45. 107, 139. ......46 Molenda, Ion .................... Molenda, Yvonne Montie, Leslie ..... Moore, Kathleen . .. Moran, Donald . .. Moring. Richard . . . Morong, Ianice .. . Morris, lol-Xnn .fibb 1 1 78 154 74 98 44 64 140 157 154 154 44 165 155 142 44 78 133 127 161 73 45 137 161 70 136 136 160 74 149 61 77 142 16 71 9 138 69 45 165 67 45 131 69 145 130 145 106 45 146 160 132 71 115 45 61. 183 45 21 74 16 90 156 159 149 150 139 90 73 139 71 70 138 61 112 Morrissette. Eugene Moskowitz. Milton , ......... Moylan, William. . . Muehlbach. Donald Muehlberg, Mary ......... 46, Muelber. M. ...... . Mueller, Anne . . . Mueller, Donna ............ Mueller, Frederick ......... Mumbrue, Gwen. .46. 99. 138, ...46, 94. Munger, Iohn ............... Murawski, Sandra .......... Murphy, Colleen . . . . . Murphy, Marjorie . .. Murphy, Patricia . . . . . . . . . Murphy. Thomas ....... 115. Muschinski, Patricia Myhre. Merryl-rate . . Myles. Robert .......... - N - Nagel. Iean .............. 86. Nance, Dale . . . .... . . . Nash. Iohn .... Nault, Iames .......... 46, 91, Navarre. Ralph . . . Nechuta, Eugene . . . . Needle. Nelson. Nelson. Nelson, Nelson. Nelson. Mercedes . . . . . . . Anita .............. Frances .......... 66, Marion ...... 104, 105, Patricia Richard ........ .... Neihous. Gloria .... .. Neilson. Nancy 95 112 158 . 46. 138 135. 147 .16. 139 135 113. 123 .46. Nesching. I. ................... . Nestlbichler. Hans ............. Netzel, Scott ........ 83, 84, 89, Netzer. Lanore ........... 16. 97. 103. . 75. Neudauer, Edward. . . . . . . . . Neumann, Anita .......... 124, Neustedter, Marlene .......... 46. Newcomb, Eugene . Newsome, Verna . . 158 .....46, 116, Nicholson, Diana .... ...... 4 6. Nicolette, Ernest .... .... 4 7, 91. Nierode. Margaret .... .... 7 7. Niesen. Alfred .... ..... Nimmo, Kay ...... .... 7 3, Nitz, Adeline ...... ..... Nitzsche, Thomas .... . . . Nock, Ruth ...... ........... Noebel. Ioanne ................ Norris. Ioanne ........ 63. 65. 105, Norris, Robert .................. Nunnemacher, Dorothea .... . . . Nyback, B. .............. . . . - O - O'Brien, Robert ....... .... 8 3 Oehmcke. Kathleen . . . . . . . . Oelke, Mary ...... .... 4 7. Oelschlaeger. I. . . . . . . . . Oettmeier. Leonore Ogren. Helen ................. 47 O'Hara, Patricia ....... Ohri, Ioyce .......... 59 1 Oldenburg. Dolores .... O'Leary, Margaret ........ Oleson, Barbara Ann .... Olsen, Olsen. Olsen. Olsen. Olson. Olson, Carol ......... Doris . . . Neil .... Shirley . . Clarence . . Frederick . . . f ilnf 156 Olson, Iames ..... .... 9 7, Olson Ieri ................... 133, Olson, Ioan ..... . . . . .67.73. 135, 136.144, Olson, Manfred .................. Olson, Roland ..... ...... Oppegaard, Mary . . . Otte, Donald ..... Otte, Gerald .... .....137, ......77, Overn, Orlando ................. Owen, Constance ......... 65, 133. Owen. Gerladine. .65, 103, 108, 133, -P Paasch, Ehth ................. 77, Your Health Pagel, Nancy ..........B1.99,l07,110,132, Pangborn, DeWitt ................ Panosian. Margaret . . . . . Pape, Sally ........ .... Papenfus, Carla . . . .... . . . . Pappas, Mary ....... .... 7 5, Parker, lane .... ........ ........ Parnell, Mrs. Dorothy .......... 68. Parsons. Thomas ..... 92, 109, 152, Parsons. William ......... 47, 102, Paukert. Helen ...... 105, 112, 133. Pauli, ludith ........ . ....... , .47, Paulsen. Karen .... . . . . Payne, Chester ..... ......... Paynter, Mary Ann. ......,,.. 47, Pech. Patricia ............ 47. 112. Pederson. Marlene ....,....... 65, Peltes, C. ......... . Pelton. K. ......... .......... . Peret, Iames .... Perez. Ioseph .... Perez. Richard ..... . . . ,66, 88, 97. Perszyk, Penelope .. ......... .. Peschke. Ioyce ..... .... 6 7. 137, Peter. lanet ,...47, 103, 122, 124, 141, 142. Peter, Raymond ...... ......... Peterman. Ioan ............... 48. Peters, Karen 62, 110. 112, 127, 134. 142, 158. Petersen, Thor. ..... 63, 64. 90, 97. Peterson Charles. . . Peterson, Dorotheann .... .... 7 1, Peterson, ludilh . .. Petrie, Richard .... Pettey, lack ....... Pew. Ioyce ...... 48, Ptefter, Rosemary . Pfeiter, William .... Pfister, Shirley .. Philleo. Robert .... Phillips, Carole ..... Pickens. Willie ..... Piehl, Barbara ..... Piepenberg, lean .. Pierce. Marjory. .60. 98. 112, 143. . . .130, 141. .........60. .....58. 158, .. . .l34, 149. 99, 110, 113, Pierce. William ...........,.. 109, Pignolet, Mary .... Pihl, Roberta ...... Pilak, Richard ............ , . .48, Pintarich, RoseMarie Pipkorn, Ellowene. . Pladson, Ianice .... Plain. Marie ...... Plautz, Betty lean. . Plummer. Ann ..... Pochert, Donald Pochert, Iames . . . Pochert, Ioan . . . Podeweltz, Gail Poertner, George .. ..........l5B. ..48, 141, 143. .,.,.133, 135. . . .58, 65, 139, ....86, 92, Poetsch, Nancy ..... 68, 106, 148, Pohlmann, Dolores Pomeroy. I o ....... Pomes, William .... Pope, Lynndon .. Porfilio, Iames .. Poeriner, I. Porth, Thomas Potter, Donna ..... Potterveld, Burton . . . Pranica, Alice Prepster. Reta .. Preske. Donald ........ Prine, Renee . . . .61. 114, 133, Prinz, Suzanne ....... Progar. IoAnn ..... Prokos, Constantine Prokos, Nick .......... - Q - Quade, Ianet ........ - R - Raab. Mary ....... Rabas, Beverly ....... Racinowski, Sylvester . 135, 149. ...59. ....83. .....64, ....136, . . ...71. 83, 85, 90.156, Rahmel, Ard ell ............... 67. Rambadt. Donald 103, 105. 109. 111, 115, 116, Rasmussen, Robert 131, 138. 140, 146. Raschka, Robert ................. Rauch, Iohn ............ 83, 85. 91. Rauwald, Gerald ................ Rayner, Barbara .. Read. Mary Io ..... Rebholz. Russell , ...... . . . .6l, 110. .l7, 140, .l7, 83. 87. Reddemann, Iames .............. Redding. Ierry ..... Redlich. Marlene Reed, Iudith ...... Regan, Daniel . . . 115 69 155 143 138 66 17 150 79 156 159 48 74 86 48 137 112 112 188 160 154 148 115 97 79 163 143 95 48 48 71 72 ....l04 ln Business for HOFFMllNN'S PHARMACY N. Maryland and E. Locust St. Milwaukee, Wis. EDgewood 2-1800 Jnzjhma ldlwfafm... Huebsch Laundry Corp. DRY CLEANERS 1715 N. Arlington Pl. 1001 N. Van Buren BRoadway 6-3480 203 Sander, Louise . . . . . . . . . .2S, 50. 143, 158, 163, Sanderson, Barbara ........... 64. Sanderson, Elizabeth 133. 135. Sanville, Colette ............... Sarnitz, Elisabeth .,........... 50, Sartin. Obbie . . . . . . . Sauer, Alan . . . . . Sauer, William . . . . . Savick, Marshall . . . . . Saxon, Karen .... .. Sayas, Louis . . . . . Scatiidi, Ioseph . . . . . Scag, R. ....... .. Scanlon, Cora .. .. Scardina, Philip .... .. Schaefer, Barbara . . . . Schaefer, Iohn ....... .. Schaefer, Katherine . . . . . , . . Rehfeldt, Donna ..... 59. 165 Rokicki, Virgil ........ ..... 1 40. Rehrn. ThO!1'1C15iIl9 ..... 76 Rollefson, Lila ...... 49, 126, 135, Reilly. Kathleen . .. 73 Rollman, Curt .......... ...... 9 4. Reinders, Alice .... 134 Roman, Richard Heinemann. Judith 72 ...... 58. 60, 103, 108. 157, 186, Reinheimer. David . . . 89 Romano, Frances . . , ....... . . . . . Reinke, Nancy ............... 154 Ropellq, Lofeitq ,,,,,,, I I I I I ReinSChmidl. Barbara .. 58 Roozen, Keith ....,.... ...... . Reis, Anthony ....... 49, 103. 134 Rosenbecker, Ralph ,,,. ,,.. 4 QI Reis. loseph -.-........ 49 Rosenkranz, Patricia ..... .... 1 7, Beech. Florence .... 148 Rosio. Janet .......... ...... Rettinger, Hemeine ..... 79 RQSSI Ronald ,,,,,, ,,,, Relllelj Rose Mdfle .... 114 RQSSQ, Sherry ,,,,, Retzlaft. Beverly ...... 62 161 Rothwell, Ethel I I I I I I I3I Reul. David ............. 135 Roventini' Ronald I I I I I RQZHY' Arthur ""--'-- 17 Rouiller, Carol . . ...... .. Rezny' Mrs' Affhuf ""' 159 Rowe. Carol . ..., ............. Rfchards' Mary """"' 129 Hudert, Frances .......... 49, 141, Richmond' Paul '-'--- 1 7 Rueqe, Hella ........ sv, 107, 147. Richter, Audrey . . . 73 Ru Darlene 69 Richter, Gerald . . . 78 pp' 1 """""' ' 1 1 1 ' , Busch. Gerald . . . ..... . . . . Rieck, Audrey ................ 74, 127 Busch Milton Rierner, Lois . ..........,........ 58 ' I "" """' ' ' Riesenweber. Carol..58, 109. 112, 131 Busch' Richard ""' "" 5 0' 138' Rusch. Susan ...... ....... 6 9. Riess, lack ..,............ 95. 97. 116 Russell, Meredith ...... Russove. lack .......... Rinder, Irwin .,.... .......... 1 7 Rintelman, Delores ......, 49, 112, 163 Rintelman, Donald . . . 143 Roach, Sue ......... 162 Robbins, Donna . . . 73 Robbins, Oral ..... 110 Robers, Billie .,.... 131 Robideau, Virginia ,.... 72 Roesler, Robert ...... 49, 140 Roessger, Charles ..... 141 Rogahn, Allene ..... 98 Rogalski. Georgia . . . 59 Rohlinger, Elaine .. 65 Rohr, Delbert ..... 66 Rust. Iudith ......... 50, Rutkowski, Thomas ...... Ruvolo, Michael .... Ryan, Luanne ........ . . . . .50, 141. 158, . . .86, 92, Rzatliewicz. Kathleen . . . . . -5- Sagerer. Sandra .......... . . . Saiberlich. Dorothy 98,112.126,131, Salamun, Peter. .17. 103. 111, 141, Sanasrian Harout ............... Sande, Milton ............. . . . Schaeffer, George .... .... 8 3 Schaenzer. Barbara . . ....... . . Schaer, Marianna ...... ...... 7 3. Schaetzel, Marilyn ....... 67, 114. Schallert, Carole . . . . . . Schamber. Robert .... Scharmach. Max .... ....77. ....50 Schauer, William . . . . . . . Scheftell. Harriett . . . . . Schellin, Robert .... .,.. Schick. Richard .... ........... 6 0 Schiereck, Susan ............... Schilder, Warren .... 60, 125, 142, Schildt, Carol .............,.... Schinke. Beverly .............. 68, Schirmer, Mariele ........ 18, 147, Schlaefer, Denise .... ........ 7 5. Schlaugat, Gerald . . . Schley, David ..... Schlitt, Carol .... 1111561 ....71. APPRECIATION ot the lreenest quality is conveyed on this page to the students and the taculty ot Wisconsin State College . . . and particularly to the lvy Statt . . . tor their time co-operation in making the l956 photography tor the lvy the outstanding success that it is. The personal portraits made in the studio ot Vogue Photographers tor the yearbook are but torerunners ot many portraits to be made in the years to come. Theretore we hope that when school days are over, each one ot our triends now at Wisconsin State will tind his way time atter time to our studio - where they will always receive a hearty welcome. VOGU E PHOTOGRAPHERS 204 You, Educatzon, and Industry Partners ln a Bright Tomorrow One of the greatest opportunmes facmg Amer 1ca today IS the preparatlon of quahfied leaders for tomorrow and there s every 1nd1cat1on that the rrght comb1nat1on for accornpl1sh1ng thxs IS rap1d1y tak1ng shape of alert young people hke you upon whom any successful venture 1n the future must be bullt Then thele are our schools and teachers educauonal system that r1ght now IS domg such a Hue Job of adJustmg ltself to 111CI'63S1I1g en rollments and constantly changlng subject matter ALLIS-CHALMERS Newest member of the team IS lndustry whxch IS becommg ever more aware of 1ts 1espons1 b111ty by prov1d1ng grants scholarshlps on the- Job tralmng classroom a1ds and other educa tlonal help partnersh1p m a better br1ghte1 tomorrow One of the latest vzsual ands to educatzon prepared by Allzs Chalmers IS this 12 page zllustrated booklet The Story of Pawel Gen eratzon I O First, there's you - and the growing number Allis-Chalmers is happy to be a part of this 7 Q -an . . . 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Virginia ..... .... 7 2, 97, 98 Selle, Sandra ..... ....,.. 7 5, 112 Smith, Gera1d.ne ..... ..... ' 76, 98, 99 Schoneck, Charlotte .. ........ 79 Selsing. Arletta ..... .... 5 1, 135, 149 Smith, Ioseph ............ 90, 115, 147 Schott, Delores ........ 21 Sensiba, Winiired ......... 146 Smith, Nancy ..,. .......... . 67, 165 Schowalter, Catherine ........... 112 Sermonet, Suzanne . . . .... 74 Smith. Patricia ......... 59, 99, 158 159 Schramm, Robert ................ 94 Serio, Roy .......... ...... 6 9 Smith, Robert..52, 122, 129, 142, 154 Schroeder. Gerald .... 67, 135, 137, 149 Seybold, Kathleen .... ...72, 134 Smith, Shirley .................. 164 Schroeder, lngeborg ...... 61, 147, 150 Shaleski, Iacqueline .. ...... 78 Smithes, Donald Schroeder, Ralph ................ 131 Shannon, Margaret ..... ,.... 7 5, 98 ........ 104, 122, 124, 130, 154, 183 Schroedter, Howard .. 18 Shaw, Delwin ....... ...... 1 36 Smrz, Marianne .............. 52, 162 Schroeter, Carol ................. 75 Shaw, Donald ..... .... 1 35 Snavley, Iack ................... 18 Schroeter, Marlene ............... 72 Shaw, Nancy ...... ...... 6 8 Sneiker, M. .......... ........ 1 59 Schuchardt, Barbara..133, 135,141,149 Sheldon. F. .......... ......... 1 48 Sobkowiak Marcia .... ..... 5 9. 99 Schuh, Doris ........ 73, 131, 135, 165 Sherwood, Richard ..... .... 1 15, 135 Sobotik, Raymond .. ...... 68 Schuh, Edward .............. 139, 146 Shields, Carmen ..... ....... 6 6 Soetebeer, Elinore ..... ...... 5 2, 159 Schuler, Dorothy .... ......, 6 5 Shields, Carol . .. .... 51 Solcolowski, Neil Schulhoi, Armin .... ....... 6 2 Shipman, Emmet .. ...... 18 ........ 52, 122, 123, 128, 154, 183 Schulman, William ............ 61, 132 Shipman, Gordon .... .... 1 8, 151 Soley, Iay ........,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Schultz, Audrey Shivy, Nancy ....... .... 5 1. 134 Solowicz, Richard ................ 154 103, 111, 133. 135, 142 Sholtz, Arlene ,.....134 Soltis, Ioyce..................75, 127 Schultz, Charles ................. 74 Shong, Sheila .... 71 Somerville, Iames .... 61, 124, 142, 154 Schultz, Helyn .... ..... 6 4 Siebring, B. .... .... 1 8 Sommer, Donald ................. 156 Schultz, Sallie ,, ,,,,,,,,,, 119 Siegl, Ray ...... ...... 7 7 Sommeriield, Richard .... 109, 122, 138 Schultz. Sandra .. .......... 72, 113 Sievert, Nancy ................. 59. 98 Sonchar, Mary .... 58, 62, 163, 187, 188 Schulz, Blanche .... ..... 5 1, 133, 144 Sigmund, Charles Sonnemon. John ................. 71 Schulze, Gerhardt . . ......... 59, 90 .......... 61, 133, 135. 137. 145, 149 Sontvedt. Sonja ...... 75. 97, 98, 126 Schumacher, Diane .. ....... 67 Sikorsl-ci, Donald .............. 51, 116 Sorensen, Sandra .... ........ 7 0. 134 Schumacher, Ellen .... .... 7 3, 98 Sikorski. Kenneth .... ...... 6 3 Sorenson, Roberta ..,.. . 72 Schuster, Gerald .... .... 6 7, 83 Sikorski, Shirley . .. .... 63 Spangler, Leland ,,,, ,,59, 132 Schuster, Iohn .... ........ 1 24 Silveus, Marian .... 18 Spanier, Marie ........ ..... 1 47, 150 Schwahn. Duane .... .... 1 09, 138 Simon, Diane .... 162 Spearbraker, Thomas .... .... 5 2, 138 Schwartz. Nan ..... .... 1 14, 161 Simpson, Gloria . . . . . 51 Speerbrecher, Ioanne . . . . . . . E4 xt I X Downer Hardware ff EARL BQRNEMAN, Prop. 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Stautner, Gladys .77, 135. . . .. ..117. .........l60 .........146 . . .83, 85, 88 146 148 ........106 Stoltmann, Donald ............... 132 Storzer, David .................. 77 Stoveken, Ruth ...... 18, 140, 143, Strahan, Gerald ..... Strankowski. Don ..... Stratman, Marie . Streck, Betty ...... Strehlow, Marline .... Streng, Alice ........ Strobusch, Louanne. . . Strong, Nathalie .... Strozewki, Gerald .... Struck, Roger ...... Struer, R. ...... . Suchy, Gregoria . . . Suchy, Ray ..... Suetholz. Frank ..... 148 77 157 .83, 85, 97. ............112 66 162 138 159 71 ....53. . .... 65, ....67, 139 ...86, 92 .. 75 .. 18 .. 18 ............137 Taylor, Catherine . . . . . . . . . .65, 98, 105, 112, 127, 165 Taylor, Nadine ....... 72. 99, 114, 137 Tebay. Donald ................. 97 Tedlinger, S. ....... .. 72 Tennant, Audrey . . . . . 78 Tessmer, Barbara ................ 67 Tewes, D. .............,......... 98 Thelen, Alice ........ 54, 135, 144, 149 Thelen, Michael ................. 54 Theoharis, Arhontisa . . . ....... .138 Theurich, Ioyce ....... .... 6 9, 127 Thierfelder, lean ..... .... 5 4, 107 Thisted, George . . . ..... .135 Thomas, Helen .... .... 7 7 Thomas, Olive ..... 19 Thomas, Shirley ........ .... 6 5 Staven, Leland .,.., ,,,, 5 3, 138 Sukorski, D. ..................... 138 Thompson. Mrs. Daisy .... ...... 1 15 steaming, cami ...... ...... 5 9, 159 sutiivfm, John. .26, 83, 85. 153. 156, 195 Thompson' Ioan .-----.-- .--- 5 8. 162 Stedman, Curtis ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 125, 142 Sullivan, Nancy ................. 146 Thompson, Maxine ............... 72 Steele, Marianna ,,,. 53, 135, 144, 149 Sullivan. Patricia ................ 107 Thompson, Robert Stehle, Barbara ....... ......... 7 3 Summers. Patricia .... .. 70 ..5B, 60, 62, 106, 131, 135, 139, 147 Stein, Igseph ,,,,,, , .,,,, 94 Sutherland, William ,, 92 Thone, Ictnis ..........,...... 99, 164 Steinbach, Robert ,,,, ,,,, 7 7, 137 Sutton. Iohn ........ 54 Thorne, David ............... 131, 155 Stelow, Bruce ,,,,,, ,,,, 1 31 Swan, Ianie ....... .... 7 3 Thomdyke, Carole ............ 54, 161 Stelter, Thomas ,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 56 Swendsen, Lucille .. ...... 19 Thurow, Yvonne .............. 62, 170 Stern, Betty Adland ,,,,, 53 Swensen, Aileen ..... .... 5 4, 159 Tiemann, Helga ...... 68, 78, 147, 150 Stem, Betty B, ,,,,, 53 Swetland, Kathleen .. ...... 73 Tierney, Iohn ........... 19. 83, 86, 92 Steuer, George .... 61 SWi1'k0WSki. lo Ann ..... .... 7 6 Tillberry, James ..............., . 71 Stewart, Harry .... .... 5 3 52619319151 MC-HY AHB ---. .-.- 1 61 Tillema, Ha1ph..19, 103, 107, 111, 156 Stewart, Io Ann .... ...... 7 4 - T - Timler, Dale .................... 75 Sticks, Mary Ann .... ..... 7 1, 99 Tubuska' John ""- '-'.,." 1 55 Tingley, Mary Ellen Stipanuk, Dorothy .... 53, 141 Tabbed' Sandra 'gll '-..' 1 05' 162 .............. 54. 102, 103, 142, 163 Stirdivant, Sharon .. .....,,., 66 Tcckesl Mary -'.. A-.--. 7 5, 97' 98 Tisler, Mary Ann ................ 134 Stock, Sheila ..... ......... 5 3, 164 Taqqfzl Glenn ,-,,, ,,,. 9 2, 105' 157 Toldrian, Mae .... 66, 106, 133, 148, 160 Stoeckmann, lean .... .53, 141, 142 Tcmbemni, Gene ,,,,,,,,,,, 78 Toogood, Lillian ..,........... 67, 113 Stoh, B. ........... ......... 7 3 Tamer, Robert ,,,, ,,,,, 5 3, 90, 157 Touhey, Glenna .... ..... 7 3, 114 Stokes, Ronald ..... .... 1 32, 156 Tanel, Ioan .... ....... 5 4, 163 Tower, Harold ..,. ..... 1 34, 155 Stokl-re, Barbara. . . .... 53, 141. 164 Taukey, G. . . . ...,..... 109 Trangmar, Doris .... . . . .54, 112 whatever you do . .. SAVE SAVE For college or travel or other future .VG- t I"L G7 I x, lyk: needs, save at any convenient office of the First Wisconsin National Bank. 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Wallner, Alyce .... Walls, Ella ...... Walter, Ruth .. 208 . ..69 1 135, .......B8, ....77, .....112, .....67,135, Walters, loan ..... Walzl, Florence Wambach, Lora .. . Wannmacher, Grace. Warley, K. ....... . Watson, Elaine Way, Wilbur ..... Weaver, Inez Weaver, Mary .... Weber, Weber, Weber, Weber, Weber Annette ..... Donna . . lack .... lean . . . Mary ..., Webster, Lillah Wegener. lean ...... Wegerbauer, Ioseph Wegner, Doris ...... Wegner, Evelyn .... Vlleidner, Patricia. . . Vlfeil, Herman ..... Vleiland. Sandra ..... Vleiss, Albert ..... Vfeisto, Iohn ....... Vfellner, Mardell .. Vlelnak, Ann ..... Vlentz, Tom ....... West, Marilynne .. Westerman, K. ..... . Westerman, Mary .... Westhofen, Richard. .61. 83, 95, 97, 155 Whalen, Robert..60. 103, 108, 150, 157 Whalley Barbara .... Wheeler, Elizabeth . Wheeler, Lurlyn 62 White, Raymond . Whiteside, George Whitiord. Barbara Whittenberg, I. . Whittington, William III, ....... . Wick. Ruth ....... Wicke, Graceann . Wicke, Mary Lee. Widder, Richard . .. Wieczorek, Carol.. Wiemann, Joyce Wiening, lean .... Wiernasz, Marjorie Wilde, F. E. l.. . . . Wilde, Lois ....... Wilhelmi, Robert .. William, A. . . . . Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams, Williams. 1 G. . . . Keith .. Lurlyn . . Marjorie Ruth . . . Sylvia . . Wilner, Ortha ........ Wilson, Nancy .... Wilson, Sandra ..... Winckler, Mrs, Else.. Winter, Frederick Winters, Gerald .. Wirth, Allan ..... Wirth, Charles .... , 107, 123, .......56, 61, 113, 135, 137, ....60, 163 19 73 ....58, 106, 130 ............150 68 ....l15. 131 .......20 ....135,164 .....90, 97, 105 55 .........l34 19 ......61, 136, 144 .........132, 156 .. ...... 76,98 .....55,159 ...58, 107 19 ....135,137 .......l46 ......90, 97 73 ....55, 144.149 71 .....55 ............135 163 124, 158, ..136 .. 19 160 107, 140 .. 78 ..1l3 ..l38 .. 19 134. 141 .113 .. 69 ..ll5 . . . .56, 158, 161 .......65, 109, ...66 144, 149 115 .. 77 8, 20 , 113 .. 89 ..l43 ..131 ....59, 70 ..22 ..76 .. 59 ..75 141 56, 99, 134, 159 ., 69 ..l12 .. 92 ..155 ...6l, 136 ....69 . 132 Wischer, Betty. .... . Wisniewski, Sylvia Wisotzke, Kenneth . . . . . . . . 75 Witter, Frederick . . . Witter, Lee ....... Witter, Robert Wittig, Ruth ..... Wittke, Richard . . . Elaine .... Wodke, Woeste, Barbara . Wohanka, Carol ..... Wohlust. Ronald . . Wolf, Iacquelin . .. Wolfe, Lee ....... . .... 74, 148 .... .. 56 .....132 .....1l7 ........l32 ....56, 106 68 ....58, 140 56 ...56. 103, 111 ........137 74 .....l07,15B Wolit, Soma .................... 70 Wolfg-ram, Patricia.. Wollaeger, Charlotte Wollaeger, Valeska. Wood, Frederick ......... .... 9 1, 197 Wood, Ioan ....... Woods, Donald .... Worley, Patricia . . Worley, Kenneth . . . Wright, Ianet .... Wright, Ruth. . . Wulff, Donald . . . Wulfi, Nancy ...... Wurster, Carol .,.. 162 ..7, 105. 143, 158 .....20, 103, 108 ......99, 138 20 77 71 160 .....55, 135, 165 ...........134 ....68, 150 70 Wyderka, Donald ..... .... 9 4 -Y Yamaguchi, Agnes .... .... 5 6, 161 Yamaguchi, Lorraine Yancy, Donna Mae .... Yanke, Patricia .. Yanowitz, Vera .. Yesko, Daniel Yopps, Roy ..,. Young, Sally ...... Youretz, Patricia . . . ..... .... ,.77 73 ....113 98 ......134 ....75, 134 ......146 ....142 - Z .. Zaborowski, Marie .,.. . . . 69 Zaeske, Kurt .................... 90 Zahn, Iudith .................... 76 Zahnow. Charles. . .77, 115, 135, 136 Zajicek, Kathleen , .............. 76 Zaporski. Erwin Zarneke, Patsy ......,. ...76, 97, 99 Zarowski, Patricia .... ........ 7 2 Zartler, Barbara .... ...... 7 6 Zastrow, Carol ......... 79 Zastrow, Ioan ........... 69 Zeidler. Mayor Frank P. .. ..... 185 Zemke, David Zera, Iohn ...................... 90 Zibell, Dorithe ........... 58, 134, 148 Ziegler, Robert..26, 56, 103, 108, 195 Zigan, Russell ................... 117 Zilisch, Robert . . . . . . . . Zillmer, Dawn Zillner, Mrs. Ella, . . . . . ..........132 S9 .....164 Zimmerman, Annette . . . ...... . . 73 Zimmerman, Dave ..... .... 6 0, 124 Zimmerman, Marcia . . . .....,. .165 Ziolkowski. Iames . . . . . . . . . .60, 83, 85, 97, 155, 170 Zirbel, Robert ................... 92 Zogrodnik, DuWayne Zoske, George ....... .... 6 1, 135, 137 Q.


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