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PRESENTING- STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE OSHKOSH. WISCONSIN The 50th Quiver EDITOR - IN - CHIEF Jeanne L. Thomas FACULTY ADVISER Ethel J. Behncke☆ The Campus before the fire of 1916. Left to Right: Libbey House, Hooper-Oviatt House and Barn, Industrial Building, Janitor's Cottage. First Power Plant, The Normal School of 1916, Normal School with Science Wing to Southeast. TO PROGRESS IN THE BUILDING OF A COLLEGETIME... MARKS 75 YEARS IN THE BUILDING OF O S T C 1868 FORBES AND KNAPP PROPERTIES. Kellogg Farm Silo, gift from City. 1871—THE FIRST UNIT (1). 1874 SOUTHEAST EXTENSION, two story (1). 1877- NORTHWEST WING. Model Depart-mont (2). 1888- FIRST GYMNASIUM AND HEATING UNIT. Auditorium. Rased 1933 (3). 1894- SOUTHEAST WING. Auditorium (4). 1901 SCIENCE WING, southeast, shown on preceding page. 1901—JANITORS COTTAGE; 1945 Doan's OHico. 1946 Veterans' Cottago (5). 1909-MEN'S GYMNASIUM (6). 1910—LIBBEY PROPERTY. 1911- LIBBEY HOUSE; Domestic Science and Manual Training, Rased 1928 (7). 1912— FIRST POWER PLANT, garago and workshop (8). 1913— INDUSTRIAL BUILDING. 1932 Science Building (9). •1913 HOOPER-OVIATT HOUSE. Girls' Dormitory and President's Homo (10): Pool Bridge on proporty. lovolod 1929 (4). ‘ 1913—HOOPER-OVIATT BARN, storago and garago (11). 1913—JOSSLYN AND THOMAS PROPERTIES. 1914—PIERSON PROPERTY. 1916— BARRACKS-TRAINING SCHOOL; SATC. college classrooms. Rased 1928 (12). 1917— ADMINISTRATION UNIT (13). 1918— LIBRARY UNIT. Training School (14). 1925—SINCLAIR MAINLAND, site lor Train- ing School. 1927-SECOND POWER PLANT (15). 1929 -TRAINING SCHOOL: Womon's Gym-nasium and Assembly Room, Barracks, 96th C. T. D. (16). 1930 ATHLETIC FIELD, opened 1945 (17). 1943 POLLOCK HOUSE. Girls' Dormitory (18). 1946—RADFORD HOUSE. Girls' Dormitory (19). Tho abovo are opening or ’purchase datos.Ill Ml «» 111 III HI D E D I C a rk7slotJ: x Anniversary to ,, . k"° - ■«■ contributed to the The State Teachers College and to the Teachers of the Future Pour out light and truth, as God pours sunshine and rain. No longer seek knowledge as the luxury of a few, but dispense it amongst all as the bread of life. Learn only how the ignorant may learn; how the innocent may be preserved; the vicious reclaimed. Collect whatever of talent, of erudition, or eloquence, or authority, the broad land can supply, and go . HORACE MANN. forth and teach this people. RUFUS HENRY HALSEY President 18991907 GEORGE SUMNER ALBEE President 1871-1898 JOHN ALEXANDER HULL KEITH President 1907-191625 YEARS OR MORE OF SERVICE Dr. Edward J. Dempsey. President of the Board of Regents, and a member of the Board since 1914. has, by reason of his eminence and standing as a prominent businessman and member of the bar. been instrumental in the passage of whatever legislation has affected the whole system of normal schools and teachers colleges in the state. His contribution of stability to the Board has enabled it to command the respect of the legislators, of the administrators, and of the people of the State. Member of the class of 1901. GEORGE S. ALBEE President FORREST R. POLK President LYDON W. BRIGGS Acting President EARL A. CLEMANS Acting PresidentGEORGE S. ALBEE, 1871-1898: First President of the State Normal School; Teacher and Administrator. FORREST R. POLK. 1915: World War I Veteran; Fifth President of the State Teachers College. 1931; Teacher and Administrator. •LYDON W. BRIGGS. 1878-1921: Civil War Veteran; Model Department Director; Vice-President; Acting President September 4. 1898 to January 1, 1899; July 12, 1907 to November 1, 1907; Civics and Government. ‘EARL A. CLEMANS, 1906-1944: Spanish American War Veteran; Vice-President; Dean of Men; Acting President June. 1930 to August, 1931; Sciences. •EMILY F. WEBSTER. 1875-1926: First Dean of Women; Member of the First Class, 1875; Mathematics. •ROSE C. SWART. 1871-1922: Leave of absence 1879-1880; Supervisor of Practice; Dean of Women; Education. English. vWALTER C. HEWITT. 1892-1936: Conductor of Institutes; Civics, English Literature. •JENNIE G. MARVIN. 1888-1930: Principal and Critic, Grammar Grades and Junior High School. Member of class of 1888. ‘Served under four presidents. vServed under five presidents. ROSE C. SWART WALTER C. HEWITT JENNIE G. MARVINm mm m ALLISON A. FARLEY MARY E. APTHORP RICHARD E. GRUENHAGEN 7ELLEN F. P. PEAKE. 1895-1936: Adviser for Browning Club; English Literature. Children's Literature. RICHARD E. GRUENHAGEN. 1909: Auditor of Student Fees; Member of class of 1930; Manual Training. FREDERICK R. CLOW JOSEPH O. FRANK HARRIET E. CLARK fFRANK E. MITCHELL. 1897-1933: Author; Inventor of Pendant Globe; Geography. Geology. •FREDERICK R. CLOW. 1895-1930: Author; Planter of Oak trees; History, Economics. Sociology. ALLISON A. FARLEY. 1907-1941; Author; History of Education, Educational Psychology. JOSEPH O. FRANK. 1912: Author; Chemistry. 1 HARRIET E. CLARK. 1882-1910: Member of the First class of 1875; Elocution.MALVINA C. CLAUSEN. 1918: Librarian; Teacher of Library Methods. LEAVELVA M. BRADBURY, 1919: Author; State Department 1928-1933; Geography. HUGH TALBOT. 1919: Biology and Zoology. EVA J. VAN SISTINE. 1919: Member of the class of 1906; First grade critic. WALTER H. FLETCHER. 1918-1944: Advance Adviser; Latin. Science. •JOSEPHINE HENDERSON. 1892-1918: Publications; English. LILA M. ROSE, 1921: Music. RUTH WILLCOCKSON. 1921: English. WALTER H. FLETCHER LILA M. ROSE LEAVELVA M. BRADBURY EVA J. VAN SISTINE JOSEPHINE HENDERSON RUTH WILLCOCKSONBackward we turn to the years that are gone. Scanning their pages for progress past. Lo! they are filled with victories won. Bright with achievement from first to last. Forward we gaze to the future years; Glorious the vision our eyes behold; Never a shadow of wrong appears, Darkening the fame of the white and gold. "The White and Gold" by MISS KIMBALLI  IN EDUCATION . . . a A Sr 4 V fjr AA ' ■’ V5" v « v cv :rf IEARLY STRUGGLES Wisconsin has today nine state teachers colleges. They were originally established as normal schools. The first was given to Platteville and the second to Whitewater. Where should the third be placed? That problem was before the Board of Normal School Regents when the Civil War closed. On February 28. 1866, it decided that the school should be placed somewhere in the Fifth Congressional District. A normal school would be a fine thing for any of the communities in the district. The people of Neenah and Menasha were prompt in laying such advantages as they had before the board. The Omro Union sounded an ominous note. "Without doubt," it wailed, "Oshkosh will make an effort to secure the location of it there." It then raised the question, "Why not Omro make an effort to get the school located in their village—Why not. indeed? To secure it requires a certain amount of money. Is Omro able, and if able, will she give? This is the question. An offer of S26.000 in site and material would secure a school to the village." Oshkosh Secures Normal That last statement was over optimistic. Oshkosh offered S35.000 and got the school. The decision, taken by the Board in 1868, narrowed the field but did not end the struggle over the location of the school. Each city ward desiring the school was asked to "give good reasons why it should be in that particular locality, for now is the time to urge its convictions upon the regents, and influence them in their decision as much as possible." A site was chosen in the Fifth Ward before the end of the year. The news was reported in the Oshkosh Journal in the following words: We understand the site selected is located in the Fifth Ward on what is known as the Kellogg farm. It is a very loca’.ion, high and dry. It is the very nice location, high and dry. It is the last place we thought of for its location, and must say, therefore, that we were rather disappointed ... in our opinion there were better sites for it. What influence was brought to bear on the Board we know and care not. judgment directed . . . There are probably many with us who were disappointed at the final termination of the Normal School question, but to all such we refer to the language of scripture. "My zeal hath consumed me. Disappointment in the Fourth Ward Voters in the Fourth Ward were seriously disappointed. The citizens of the Fifth Ward had not shown sufficient interest in bringing the school to Oshkosh. It was not right that they should carry off the prize. Something was wrong somewhere. An irate resident of the Fourth Ward unburdened himself in a letter to the Oshkosh Northwestern which appeared in the December 17. 1868. issue of that paper. The exact means used, so states the letter. may not here be pointed out in detail, but it is generally believed that "liberal" inducements were offered, through their agents, by other honorable gentlemen of the west end — such as money, and perhaps, some "fat takes", and other political preferments, such as might be at their disposal hereafter. The public should know, the letter continues. that there was undue outside pressure brought to bear upon those having the thing in hand, or the Fifth Ward would never have carried off the prize to which it was so little entitled, either in Oshkosh in 1871 Main Street from the Bridge, 1896EARLY STRUGGLES point of desert, or from any superiority of location. This point is self-evident . .. that somebody has sold, and probably somebody has been bought. These were harsh words but once the question was settled controversy soon died down. Interest shifted to the new building to be constructed on the site chosen. In 1869 the Oshkosh Journal took note that The grounds are ample, pleasant, away from the bustle and confusion of the city, and yet near enough for all practical purposes. It will take until winter, probably, to complete the building in all parts, but when it is done, it will be substantial, handsome, and very convenient. Construction of the building proceeded apace. In May. 1870, the Oshkosh Journal reported that "the State Normal School building . . . will receive its finishing touches in Auqust, and open for scholars in September." In July the Oshkosh Journal reported the Board of Regents had met and decided that it would not be possible to open the school in Oshkosh this year for want of funds. It was ascertained that after paying the balance due on the building here, and other necessary expenses, there would remain barely enough funds to run the other schools during the current year. It is too bad. but we suppose it can't be helped. School Opens School opened September 19. 1871, with an enrollment of 46 ladies and gentlemen. The State Normal School had become a reality. Before the close of the first academic year the enrollment rose to 158. Oshkosh was fast becoming a modern city. Its twenty-four saw mills gave first place to the lumber industry in the city. Telephones were introduced in 1870. Three years later it was calculated that Oshkosh had eighteen miles of graveled streets, several of which were lighted by gas. There were many wooden planked sidewalks and the city had a population of 14,871. It was stated that the high school was the finest and most complete building in the state, while the State Normal School, the Northern Wisconsin Insane Asylum, and the Opera House, were also conspicuous. The most serious disaster suffered by the State Normal School struck suddenly March 22, 1916. The building built in 1870, and including three wings subsequently added, was destroyed by fire. An account of the fire was the leading story in the Oshkosh Northwestern for that day. It reported that The fire was discovered at about 4:30 o'clock, and is believed to have been burning some time before that. The origin is completely shrouded in mystery. It started under the roof over the auditorium or the mathematics department and broke through into the second floor near the president's office very early . . . There was much salvage from the building, although a considerable portion of that removed was badly damaged . . . While it had long been felt that the building was not only inadequate and steps had been taken to enlarge it. and while the older portions were antiquated and a perfect labyrinth of corridors forming almost a tangled maze, the students loved it as their alma mater. Then as now students could not resist loving the old place. Arch or returning Veterans, 1918 Main Street, 1946THE SCHOOL What was the most important event in the history of the school? Was it the fire of 1916? It may have been. It would appear, however, that no fire, however devastating, could dampen the ardor of students and faculty, or halt the steady progress of the school. More likely it was a law passed by the state legislature in 1925. That law granted certain added powers to the Board of Normal School Regents. The Board was empowered to change the name of the school from Oshkosh State Normal School to Oshkosh State Teachers College and to establish in it curricula leading to the degree of Bachelor of Education. That does not mean that good work had not been done in the old Normal School days. Quite the contrary! To be sure, students who had successfully completed the eighth year of the elementary school were admitted to the Normal School. The entrance requirement was not high. The work done was sound, however. In 1897 the University of Wisconsin agreed to admit graduates of the Normal School to its junior class as candidates for a Bachelor of Philosophy degree. In 1911 graduation from high school was required for admission, and in the same year a two-year college course and a two-year pre-professional course were added to the curricula. In 1914 specialized courses for Rural, Primary, Intermediate, Grammar Grades, and Secondary School Divisions were approved by the Board of Regents, and in 1921 four-year curricula for high school and manual arts teachers were authorized. lum, that for kindergarten-primary teachers, was authorized. The graduation day of June, 1927, was a memorable occasion. Degrees were granted to eleven graduates from the four-year Junior High School curriculum in the Division of Secondary Education. Academic caps and gowns were worn for the first time. The college was accredited as a "class A" teachers college by the American Association of Teachers Colleges in 1928. In the same year it was placed on the accredited list of teachers colleges by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. A year later it was recognized as a degree-granting institution by that association. In 1937 the college lost a distinctive feature. The Department of Industrial Education was abolished by the Board of Regents. The history of the department goes back to courses in the manual arts introduced by Mr. Livingston L. Summers in 1902. At the end of its first year, 1871. the Normal School published a catalogue in which it announced its courses and set forth such advantages as it had to offer. This catalogue states that "the beauty of the lake scenery, the salubrious and invigorating climate render" the school's "natural surroundings all that can be desired." It then adds that "the healthful and invigorating climate enables the student to endure severe study with comparative ease." Oshkosh students are indeed fortunate. Degrees Are Granted After 1925, the school became a degreegranting institution, a college. All curricula, except in the Rural Division, were extended to four years, and a three-year minimum course for primary and intermediate students was set up. In 1939 a new four-year curricu- Assembly Programs Vary The daily assembly was a feature of early Normal School days. Students assembled in the morning for exercises at which a passage from the Bible was read, prayer was offered, and the president spoke briefly on some inspirational subject. Assemblies Seniors, 1896 Machine Shop, Industrial Arts BuildingTHE SCHOOL are now held, as the catalogue states, "as often as suitable programs can be arranged." Local talent has been utilized. Speakers and artists have been procured from the outside. Robert Frost was presented in 1921 and Hamlin Garland in 1922. On later occasions Reinold Werrenrath, Paul V. McNutt, and Ted Shawn and his dancers were presented. The summer session owes its inception to the initiative of Professor W. C. Hewitt. He was authorized to try out his plan in the summer of 1893. The experiment proved successful. At first the sessions were held with-, out added support from the public budget. It was not until 1907 that the Board of Regents authorized summer sessions and appropriated five hundred dollars for the support of each. A summer quarter of eleven weeks has been offered from 1943 to 1946 in order to enable students to accelerate their training. Enrollment Fluctuates Prosperity, depression, and war have all had their influence upon the number of students in attendance at the school. The all-time high was reached in 1939-40. At that time, 1028 students were enrolled for the regular academic year and 878 for the summer session, making a total of 1906. During the depression years of the nineteen thirties the federal government came to the aid of persons out of work and students in need of assistance. The college received direct benefits from a number of government agencies during this period. Among these were the National Youth Administration, the Federal Art Project, and the Works Progress Administration. Students Aided The National Youth Administration at the college was administered by Dr. James F. Duncan. Students in need of work to earn money in order to attend college could find it through aid offered by the N. Y. A. About ten per cent of the students enrolled were thus employed. They served as assistants in science laboratories, in the college library, in the Oshkosh Public Museum, and in the Oshkosh Public Library. By means of the N. Y. A., a clerical project was maintained in which typing and mimeographing was done for members of the faculty. Mrs. Ethel J. Behncke was made supervisor of District Number Two of the Federal Art Project in the state. The district included eleven counties in northeastern Wisconsin. Sixteen artists were assigned to the project in the district. Tax supported institutions furnished the materials, but travel expenses were sustained by the supervisor. Through the assistance of Mr. Nile J. Behncke. Director of the Oshkosh Public Museum, the college was able to secure paintings produced under the project as they were made available in Milwaukee, Chicago, and Washington, D. C. The college benefited directly from the Museum, Handicraft, and Federal Arts Projects. Looms, lantern slides, Wisconsin relief maps, insect mounts, sculpture, printed and woven materials, wood blocks, paintings, and murals were allocated to the school. By means of funds made available through the Works Progress Administration the college was able to make needed improvements on the athletic field and to construct the grandstand. Tennis courts were similarly made possible at the college, and playgrounds for the training school children. The school's ability to achieve is a demonstrated fact; however the justification of the school is not in what it has done in the past, but what it does today and tomorrow. Biological Laboratory Grammar Department Room, 1898FORREST R. POLK PRESIDENT 1915-1917 Manual Training. Oshkosh State Normal School. 1917-1921 World War I and Engineering Work. 1921-1929 Mathematics, Oskosh State Teachers College. 1921-1929 Graduate Study. University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago. 1931- President of Oshkosh State Teachers College.ALMA MATER Dear Alma Mater, Mother of Ours We raise our song to thee; Thy children stand a loyal band, Though far they scattered be. Dear Alma Mater. Mother of Ours We raise our hearts to thee; And hold thee close by night or day. In reverent memory. Dear Alma Mater, Mother of Ours What e'er the years unfold; Keep true our hearts in duty done, Beneath the White and Gold. White for thy light, so pure, so bright; The Gold for thy garnered grain. —W. C. Hewitt Oil Paintinq of The State Normal School by Chris Olson Federal Art Project 23Art Class, Museum CECILLE I. BARNETT Came to OSTC in 1936 MS., Northwoatorn Univorsity Physical Education for Women MAY M. BEENKEN Came to OSTC in 1928 Ph D.. University of Chicago Mathematics; Director of Division of Pro-Professional Education ETHEL I. BEHNCKE Came to OSTC in 1925 A.M.. University of Chicago Art i » WILLIS R. BOSS Came to OSTC in 1946 Ph.D., Univorsity of Iowa Biology Lieutonant, Navy Discharged February. 1946 LEAVELVA M. BRADBURY Came to OSTC in 1919 M.S« University of Chicago Geography 24 JOHN A. BREESE Came to OSTC in 1923 MS.. Now York Univorsity MusicFACULTY Music Class FLORENCE CASE Came to OSTC in 1930 Ph.D.. Indiana University Sociolgy; Dean of Womon FREDERICK L. CAUDLE Came to OSTC in March. 1945 M.S., University of Wisconsin Scionco. Mathematics Votorans' Advisor Lioutenant. Navy Discharged April. 1945 MALVINA C. CLAUSEN Came to OSTC in 1918 M.S., School of Library Servico. Columbia Univorsity Hoad Librarian HULDA A. DILLING Came to OSTC in 1930 A.M., Univorsity of Chicago Director of Curriculum for Primary Grade Teachers BARBARA DONNER Came to OSTC in 1926 Ph.D.. Univorsity of Chicago History; Political Science JAMES F. DUNCAN Came fo OSTC in 1930 Ph.D.. University of Michigan Physics; Dean of Instruction 25FACULTY MAYSEL E. EVANS Came to OSTC in 1929 A.M., Northwestern University Spoech Conservation Class, Museum JOSEPH O. FRANK Come to OSTC in 1912 A.M.. Indiana Univoxsity Chemistry WARNER J. GEIGER Came to OSTC in 1936 Ph.M.. University ol Wisconsin Geography; Social Studies RICHARD E. GRUENHAGEN Came to OSTC in 1910 Ed.B.. State Teachers College. Oshkosh Manual Training MARIE A. HIRSCH Came fo OSTC in 1929 A.M., University of Nobraska History NEVIN S. JAMES Came to OSTC in 1923 A.M.. University of Wisconsin English; SpeechGeology Field Trip FACULTY LAURA T. JOHNSON Camo to OSTC in 1924 Ph.M.. University of Wisconsin Director of Curriculum for Intermediate Grade Teachers BURTON E. KARGES Camo to OSTC in 1934 Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Chemistry; Geology Lieutenant. AAF Discharged March, 1943 ROBERT M. KOLF Came to OSTC in 1923 Ph.M.. University of Wisconsin Physical Education for Mon Lioutonant Commandor, Navy Discharged Docombor. 1945 ROLLA J. McMAHON Came to OSTC in 1934 Ph.M.. University of Wisconsin Registrar; Education N. PETER NELSON Came to OSTC in 1924 A.M.. Teachers Collogo. Columbia University Director of Division of Secondary Education ROBERT G. NEUMANN Camo to OSTC in 1941 Ph.D., Univorsity of Minnesota Economics; Political Scionce Lioutonant. Army Discharged January, 1946 27 FACULTY Botany Class RALPH A. NOREM Came to OSTC in 1939 Ph D.. University ol Minnesota Political Scionco; History IRENE PRICE Came to OSTC in 1929 Ph.D., Indiana Univorsity Mathematics On leavo. Statistical Analyst AAF RAYMOND RAMSDEN Camo fo OSTC in 1941 Ph.D., Ohio Stato Univorsity Education; Philosophy Lioutenant. Naval Roservo Discharged December, 1945 MAY L. STEWART Came to OSTC in 1926 A.M.. University of Chicago Director of Curriculum for Rural School Teachers HUGH W. TALBOT Came to OSTC in 1919 M.S.. University of Wisconsin • Biology J. T. TAYLOR Camo to OSTC in 1936 Ph.D., Columbia University English 28Chemistry Laboratory ERNEST O. THEDINGA Came lo OSTC in 1936 Ph.D.. University oi Wisconsin History Major. AAF. Bronze Star Discharged March. 1946 JEANNE A. MERCIER Came to OSTC in 1924 A.M., University ol Washington Awardod Officier D'Academic, 1938 by Fronch Government French No Picturo RUTH W1LLCOCKSON Came to OSTC in 1921 A M.. University of Chicago English ELLA THEDINGA Camo to OSTC in 1946 University of Wisconsin Assistant Librarian No Picture WARREN W. WOOD Came to OSTC in 1945 Ph.D.. Northwestern University English ELIZABETH WILSON Came to OSTC in 1946 B.S.. State Teachers College. Oshkosh No Picture 29FACULTY Division of Training Mr. Clemans Receives Degree JAMES H. SMITH Come to OSTC in 1934 Ph.D., Teachers Col logo, Columbia University Director of Training School ROBERT J. GRANT Came to OSTC in 1927 M.A., Stato Univorsity of Iowa Junior High School Principal; General Science HARRIET R. LOCKWOOD Came to OSTC in 1924 A M., Univorsity of Chicago English Will rotiro July 1. 1946 LOUISE E. SCOTT Came to OSTC in 1928 A M., University of Iowa Junior High School History; Social Science OLIVE E. BREESE Came to OSTC in 1928 Ph.B.. University of Chicago Second Grade COZETTE GROVES Came to OSTC in 1931 A M., Univorsity of Chicago Fifth Grade 30FACULTY Presenting Degrees Division of Tra ining BERTHA C. MERKER Came to OSTC in 1939 A.M.. Teacher College. Columbia University Second Grade GLADYS H. SMITH Came to OSTC in 1925 Ph.M.. Univorsity of Wisconsin Fourth Grade MRS. IDA J. MUELLER Came to OSTC in 1945 B.S.. Teachors College. Milwaukee Kindergarten EVA J. VAN SISTINE Came to OSTC in 1919 Ph.M.. University of Wisconsin First Grade LILA MAY ROSE Came to OSTC in 1921 B.S.. in Music Education. Teachors College. Columbia University Music Will rotiro Sept 1946 ORPHA WOLLANGK Came to OSTC in 1928 A.M., University of Wisconsin Sixth Grade 31FACULTY Health Staff Health Office ESTHER M. BRISMASTER Came to OSTC in 1943 R.N.. Morey Hospital School of Nursing E. B. PFEFFERKORN Came to OSTC in 1935 M.D.. Washington University Medical School Physician MABEL G. BLAKE Came to OSTC in 1922 Ph.M., University of Wisconsin Art No Picture WILLIAM BULFER Camo to OSTC in 1945 A.M., Colorado College of Education Physical Education, Social Studios Third Armored Division, Purplo Hoart Discharged May, 1945 No Picturo 32SECRETARIES Clerical Staff OLGA OSTERTAG Secretary to the Director of Training FLORENCE PALMER Secretary to Registrar GRACE SHIMEK Secretary to President PATRICIA SPAEDTKE Assistant Clerk-Stenographer No Picture KATHRYN WONIO Assistant Clerk-Stenographer FRANCES ZIMMERMAN Financial-Secretary-Auditor 33BACHELOR DEGREE GRADUATES HARVEY MONDAY DIANA CARAMEHAS VIRGINIA CLUTE DAILEY CORNWELL ELIZABETH GAHLMAN CALVIN GROSS MARION HANKWITZ ARTHUR HEIDT MARIE HOLL HARVEY MONDAY Oshkosh. Wisconsin Pericloan Pre-Modical The Class DAILEY CORNWELL Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Iota Alpha Sigma History of Forty-Six MARION HANKWITZ Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Delta Phi English DIANA CARAMEHAS Green Bay, Wisconsin Phoenix Mathematics VIRGINIA CLUTE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Alothean English ELIZABETH GAHLMAN Juneau. Wisconsin Phoenix Social Scionco. History CALVIN GROSS Oshkosh. Wisconsin , Indopendont History ARTHUR HEIDT Randolph. Wisconsin Iota Alpha Sigma History MARIE HOLL Suring. Wisconsin Independent Mathematics 34WILL HYDE DOROTHY KOLLER ARNOLD LEAMAN MARY OROVICH KATHERINE KARR RUBY LARSEN RUTH MECHELKE LAVON PAGEL ARNO KLUG WALTER LARTZ MARJORIE MILLER CHESTER POSSIN Secondary Education Seniors WILL HYDE Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Poricloan History. English DOROTHY KOLLER Oshkosh. Wisconsin Phoenix English ARNOLD LEAMAN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Periclean History. Social Science MARY OROVICH Mayville. Wisconsin Gamma Sigma English KATHERINE KARR Oshkosh. Wisconsin Alethoan History. French RUBY LARSEN Denmark. Wisconsin Lambda Chi History RUTH MECHELKE Birnamwood. Wisconsin Phoenix History. Social Scienco LAVON PAGEL Birnamwood. Wisconsin Phoenix English ARNO KLUG Oshkosh. Wisconsin Independent Industrial Arts WALTER LARTZ Suring. Wisconsin Iota Alpha Sigma Geography MARJORIE MILLER Oshkosh. Wisconsin Lambda Chi History CHESTER POSSIN Waupun. Wisconsin Lycoum Mathematics 35PAULENE SCHUSTER ALICE SHERROD GERTRUDE TRACY MARJORIE BAHR PRESCOTT COOK MARIAN DREES CAROLYN FRECK MARGARET GOEBEL ZITA HERALY DELORISE HINTZ GERTRUDE HUEBNER LOIS LUEPTOW Elementary Education Seniors PAULENE SCHUSTER Oshkosh. Wisconsin Lambda Chi English MARJORIE BAHR Oshkosh. Wisconsin Indopondont CAROLYN FRECK Fall Rivor. Wisconsin Indopondont DELORISE HINTZ Oshkosh. Wisconsin Phoonix ALICE SHERROD Wisconsin Dells. Wisconsin Lambda Chi English PRESCOTT COOK Ashland. Wisconsin Indopondont MARGARET GOEBEL Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Delta Phi GERTRUDE HUEBNER Marinotto. Wisconsin Lambda Chi GERTRUDE TRACY Cascade. Wisconsin Gamma Sigma English MARIAN DREES Peshtigo. Wisconsin Alethean ZITA HERALY Now Fianken. Wisconsin Indopondont LOIS LUEPTOW Markosan. Wisconsin Indopondont 36BACHELOR DEGREE GRADUATES CLARINDA MAIN DELORIS PITTLER JEANNE BAKER JEAN ODELL HAZEL SCHEID IRENE BRODERICK ALVIN PATTERSON DOROTHY WEED RUTH HAUGAN The Class of Forty-Six CLARINDA MAIN DELORIS PITTLER JEANNE BAKER JACK PROCKNOW Hortonvillo. Wisconsin Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Oshkosh. Wisconsin Lambda Chi Delta Phi Indopondont Lycoum Pro-Modicai JEAN ODELL Dalton. Wisconsin Independent HAZEL SCHEID Lomira. Wisconsin Indopondont IRENE BRODERICK Pound. Wisconsin Independent eugene McCarthy Manitowoc. Wisconsin Independent History ALVIN PATTERSON Oshkosh. Wisconsin Philakoan DOROTHY WEED Oshkosh. Wisconsin Phoenix RUTH HAUGAN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Lambda Chi VIOLA STEEPS Eureka, Wisconsin Independent 37PEGGY NEWBERRY JANSEN 1LA MAE WENTZEt MARY O'HEARN SHIRLEY BOYE JANET KOHRT TWILAH HEIN LAVERNE LUST CHARLOTTE GORGES CAROL ODEKIRK MARGARET MILLER AGNES WACHTENDONCK JEANE KRAMER Elementary Degree and PEGGY NEWBERRY ]l Fi»h Crook. Wisconsin Gamma Sigma JANET KOHRT Kowaunoe. Wisconsin Lambda Chi CAROL ODEKIRK Plymouth. Wisconsin Doha Phi 1LA MAE WENTZEL MARY O'HEARN SHIRLEY BOYE Winncconno. Wisconsin Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Adoll. Wisconsin Alethean Delta Phi Gamma Sigma TWILAH HEIN LAVERNE LUST CHARLOTTE GORGES Brandon. Wisconsin Appleton. Wisconsin Readfield. Wisconsin Gamma Sigma Lambda Chi Lambda Chi MARGARET MILLER AGNES WACHTENDONCK JEANE KRAMER Oshkosh. Wisconsin Seymour. Wisconsin Woyauwega. Wisconsin Delta Phi Delta Phi Phoenix 38LORAINE SCHMIDT CECILIA BAUS PHYLLIS CLAASSEN ALICE HAMMER VIONA HORN HELEN KRUDWIG LUCILE PALECEK DOROTHY RADTKE EDITH RING VIRGINIA SCHMIDT PATRICIA SMITH AILEEN WOOD Diploma Graduates LORAINE SCHMIDT Kaulcauna. Wisconsin Alethean CECILIA BAUS Marytown. Wisconsin Phoonix. Alpha Chi ALICE HAMMER Ripon. Wisconsin Phoonix. Alpha Chi VIONA HORN Oshkosh. Wisconsin Alpha Chi LUCILE PALECEK Rush Lake. Wisconsin Alpha Chi DOROTHY RADTKE Weyauwega. Wisco Phoonix. Alpha Chi VIRGINIA SCHMIDT Fromont, Wisconsin Alpha Chi PATRICIA SMITH Brandon. Wisconsin Alpha Chi PHYLLIS CLAASSEN Woyauwoga. Wisconsin Alpha Chi HELEN KRUDWIG Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Alpha Chi EDITH RING Dalton. Wisconsin Lambda Chi. Alpha Chi AILEEN WOOD North Fond du Lac. Wisconsin Alpha Chi 39JUNIORS SECONDARY RUTH AHLHORN Wisconsin Dolls, Wisconsin JACQUELINE BETTIN Oshkosh. Wisconsin LUCY BRAATZ Shawano. Wisconsin BERNADETTE DURBEN Chilton, Wisconsin EDNA ERICKSON Sister Bay. Wisconsin WILLIAM FELTON Appioton. Wisconsin DALE FISHER Omro. Wisconsin THURMAN FOX Oshkosh. Wisconsin ELSIE GANDT Gillott. Wisconsin MONA GILLIGAN Gillott, Wisconsin MARION HALLE Fond du Lac. Wisconsin MARGARET HOHLER Oshkosh. Wsconsin DONALD KENYON Fond du Lac. Wisconsin HELMUTH LAUTENSCHLAGER Oshkosh. Wisconsin EVALYN LEIDER Bullion. Wisconsin 40JOHN MARX Oshkosh. Wisconsin GEN PHILLIP Oshkosh. Wisconsin WILBUR SPERLING Iron Ridge. Wisconsin FRANK STOLL Oshkosh. Wisconsin JEANNE THOMAS Oshkosh. Wisconsin ROYAL TICE Omro. Wisconsin ROBERT VOIGHT Waupun. Wisconsin BETTY WISLINSKY Oshkosh. Wisconsin MELVIN DAMROW Mayvillo. Wisconsin ELEMENTARY KATHERINE GABRIELSE Sheboygan. Wisconsin PHYLLIS HEISINGER Oshkosh. Wisconsin LaVONNE KIRCHSTEIN Fond du Lac. Wisconsin MARY KUBSH Cato. Wisconsin RUSSELL MORATZ Hartford. Wisconsin JOAN BELONGER Oshkosh, Wisconsin BEVERLY DoWITT Suamico. Wisconsin JEAN GOETTMAN Oshkosh. Wisconsin LOIS HARTMAN Shawano. Wisconsin 41MARJORIE HINZE Oshkosh. Wisconsin JEANETTE JOHNSON Clintonville. Wisconsin ELLEN KUIPER Racine. Wisconsin GRACE ROOT Borlin. Wisconsin JENNIE ZELMER Gillott. Wisconsin EDITH FRYE Omro, Wisconsin LUCILLE GRADE Sheboygan. Wisconsin MARIE KUHARSKI Fond du Lac. Wisconsin BERNICE LIERMAN Winneconne. Wisconsin MAE SHOWERS Oshkosh. Wisconsin HELEN WELKOS Elkhorn. Wisconsin LAWRENCE COON Oshkosh. Wisconsin PRE-PROFESSIONAL PAUL DOERING Appleton. Wisconsin EUGENE McESSEY Fond du Lac. Wisconsin JOHN NELSON Oshkosh. Wisconsin HELEN PETERS Gresham, Wisconsin DELBERT PHILPOTT Omro, Wisconsin ROBERT STEVENSON Oshkosh. Wisconsin 42 I ■---------SOPHOMORES SECONDARY GERALD ATKINS Oshkosh. Wisconsin RUSSELL EHRENHARDT Oshkosh, Wisconsin MARY FINTAK Oshkosh. Wisconsin RAYMOND GRADY Oshkosh. Wisconsin JANE GRUBER Knowles. Wisconsin WILLIAM HARROLD Oshkosh, Wisconsin BERNICE HEIN Oshkosh. Wisconsin JANE HOGUE Oshkosh. Wisconsin JOHN JARVIS Oshkosh. Wisconsin DELORES KAMPS Wrighlstown. Wisconsin GEORGIANE KOENIGS Oshkosh. Wisconsin IRENE MARQUARDT Oshkosh. Wisconsin GERALDINE NIEMUTH Oshkosh. Wisconsin PATSY OLESON Oshkosh, Wisconsin DOROTHY POPKE Now London. Wisconsin NEOMA PUGH Oshkosh. Wisconsin GLORIA RISTOW Oshkosh, Wisconsin IRENE SEIL Adoll, Wisconsin BETTY SHERROD Wisconsin Dolls, Wisconsin PHYLLIS TREPTOW Fond du Lac, Wisconsin CARL UBBELOHDE Waldo. Wisconsin AUDREY WOLDT Winneconne, Wisconsin PHYLLIS YOUNG Omro. Wisconsin LORRAINE BOFINGER Fond du Lac. Wisconsin 43SOPHOMORES ELEMENTARY JEAN FLENTJE Shoboygan, Wisconsin FERN GENRICH Fond du Lac. Wisconsin JOSEPHINE GOOMEY DoPoro. Wisconsin RUTH ROOT Hortonvillo. Wisconsin LOIS THACKRAY Waupun. Wisconsin RUTH WELLNITZ Marquotlo. Wisconsin ELAINE DOMASK Borlin. Wisconsin BETTY JANE SCHNEIDER Oshkosh. Wisconsin FLORENCE WIECHMAN Forest Junction. Wisconsin ARLINE ALBL Oshkosh. Wisconsin JEAN BEISER Winnoconno, Wisconsin EILEEN DAVIS Red Granito. Wisconsin TREVALYN FRENCH Waupaca. Wisconsin LORAINE GURNEY Beaver Dam. Wisconsin LOUISE JOHNSTON Oshkosh. Wisconsin DOROTHY KOCH Two Rivers. Wisconsin DIGNA KOKKE Kimborly. Wisconsin CHRISTINE MILLER Eldorado, Wisconsin MARION MROTEK Butto des Morts, Wisconsin JEANETTE McCULLOCH Oshkosh. Wisconsin CHARLOTTE NEMACHECK Apploton, Wisconsin ELIZABETH RASMUSSEN Oshkosh. Wisconsin KATHLEEN SCHALLER Neonah. Wisconsin MARALYN STRAIGHT Oshkosh. Wisconsin 44PRE-PROFESSIONAL HAZEL WOLFF Plymouth. Wisconsin ARDEN ALBRIGHT Oshkosh. Wisconsin JOHN ALLEN Allenville. Wisconsin ROBERT BARNES Oshkosh. Wisconsin JEANNETTE COWLING Nconah. Wisconsin GERDA FAHRENDORFF Taycheodah. Wisconsin JOHN FREUND Omro, Wisconsin JOAN GOICK Oshkosh. Wisconsin GEORGE GREEN Oshkosh. Wisconsin EDWARD GUNZ Oshkosh. Wisconsin LEO HILDEBRAND Oshkosh, Wisconsin JOHN JEWELL Oshkosh. Wisconsin MARION KESSENICH Oshkosh. Wisconsin RICHARD KESSENICH Oshkosh, Wisconsin ROBERT MARQUARDT Oshkosh. Wisconsin KENNETH MEYERS Lena. Wisconsin KATHLEEN MILLER Oshkosh. Wisconsin MARJORIE MORRISON Oshkosh, Wisconsin JOHN MURPHY Oshkosh. Wisconsin EARL NEHRING Oshkosh. Wisconsin SHIRLEE PETERSEN Wiightstown. Wisconsin WILLIAM POLZIN Oshkosh, Wisconsin ELMER RUTH Apploton. Wisconsin RICHARD STADTMUELLER Noenah. Wisconsin RUTH STAERKEL Oshkosh. Wisconsin JEAN SWEET Oshkosh, Wisconsin ROBERT WEED Oshkosh. Wisconsin ARTHUR ZARLING Oshkosh, Wisconsin 45BETTY JEAN BENDER DONALD BERGNER ALTON BERNHARDT NAOMI BERO MILDRED BOCKFINGER MARY JANE BROUCHEK PATRICIA BRUSO AUDREY BUTT DUANE CISMOSKI ALICE COLBURN KEITH COMEAUX SECONDARY ALBERT CRISSEY ROBERT DAMON KENNETH DARLING LLOYD DUSTMAN LAVERNE ERNST PATRICIA FITZGERALD BARBARA GAVIN DON GLAESER MERIEL GRALOW GORDON HAASE FRESHMEN ALMA HEISE MARION HEISINGER RUSSELL HENNING HENRY JISA PATRICIA KOCH HELEN LATONDRESS RICHARD MacDONALD DONALD MAND ELIZABETH MASLOFF MARY MATSCHE BERNICE MIELKE Stanley McLaughlin DOLORES NELSON MURIEL NELSON HUGH OTTEN BETTY LOU PATCH STEVAN PITTLER CLARICE RADTKE SECONDARY LOUISE RICHTER VERNON RUECKERT JOSEPH SALM RICHARD SCHMIRLER JOAN SCHUSTER BARBARA SMICK JAMES STEFFEN PRISCILLA SULLIVAN NORMAN THIEL BERNARD VAN CAMP 464748CLYDE WALLENFANG ROY WENTZEL NIEL WILSON ALTON ZIEBELL BLOSSOM HENKE ROSEMARY KUBORN MARY OBERSTADT ELEMENTARY ELEANOn OSTERBERG ETHEL PETERSON JEANETTE SELCHERT BERTYL BENNETT DIANE GROVER RUBY HERZBERG RUTH HIELSBERG MURIEL HILLS JEAN SCHNEIDER RUTH TAYLOR ARDYTH WENTZEL NEVA WITTHUHN MILDRED ZWICKER RITA DuCHATEAU JANE GILBERTSON LOIS HIELSBERG HELEN JORGENS BONITA KOCH FAITH KOLL SHIRLEY LANGE MARILYN MILLER FRESHMEN ANN MORGAN BEVERLY OLESON KATHRYN PORS HELEN SCHAUB JOAN SHELHART BARBARA STEELE HARRIET STONE ELEMENTARY ELAINE FLANAGAN MAXINE GADDIS ALBERT GOERLITZ BEATRICE HECHEL LILLIAN HILDEBRAND ROSELLA HUEBNER CAROL IVES MARY JACOBS MARGARET KRUEGER MARCELLA KUROWSKI LOIS LENTZ WINNEFRED LUECK MURIEL MALTBY THOMAS SATERSTROM 49PATRICIA SCHULZ MABEL SKINKIS LUCILLE STEFFES DELORES STRAHOTA EVELYN WALTER FLORENCE WEIGEL MIRIAM ZICK VERNA ACKERMAN ERNST AVERBECK ARLOW BARTELT CLARENCE BAUER DOUGLAS BAUER MERLE BERNDT MERLAND BERSCH PRE-PROFESSIONAL CLARENCE BITTNER RALPH BOHLSSEN QUENTIN BRAUN LESLIE BROWN ALAN BRUNKA MAURICE BUCHHOP BLAKE BURTON FRESHMEN EARL CALHOON JAMES CAREY JOAN CLARK JAMES CLARK JEAN DAHM DONALD DERBER GLEN DERBER CLARENCE DIEL JEAN DIMPFL FRANK DOBYNS MARGUERITE ECK ELMER ERBAN CHARLES FELKER JEROME FITZGERALD DONNA FREY SHIRLEY FRIEDRICH NORMAN FULLER MARY GRACE GAFNEY HAROLD GALOW GLORIA GOICK ETHEL GORMAN PRE-PROFESSIONAL BETH GRIMM SHIRLEY HANNIS RUTH HEIN EARL HENDRICKSEN GEORGE HILDEBRANT ROBERT HITCHCOCK ROBERT HORN51 52STANLEY HOWMAN HART IVES ROBERT IVES NATALIE JAMES MARY LOUISE JANKE LEO JERABEK CHARLES JOHNSON PRE-PROFESSIONAL EVELYN JOHNSON KERMIT JONES WILLIAM JUNGWIRTH JOAN KAROL EILEEN KING WILLIAM KLAMMER JENNIE KLATT HELEN KUEHL EDWARD LABUDDE DONALD LARSON JOHN LAUTENSCHLAGER SARA LEM VANCE LEUTHOLD LEONARD LEWIS ROBERT LICHTFUSS CONSTANTINE LITRAS ROGER LUCE WILLIAM LUCHSINGER HELEN LUEBKE WILTON LUND WILLIAM MANSER FRESHMEN RICHARD MARSH JOAN MEYER WILLIAM MILLER LoROY MISKY RALPH MOHR JAMES MOLITOR MARTIN MONDL PRE-PROFESSIONAL THOMAS MOORE RUTH MORRISSEY JOHN McCAIN OLIVE NACHTWEY PHILIP NELSON MORTIMER NIELSEN CARROLL OCHS ROBERT PATERSON GERALD PETERSEN WALTER PITZ HELEN POPOVICH JACK PRICE GEORGE RADTKE JAMES REIFER 53LEONARD RICE ARNOLD RICHARD RALPH ROTHENBACH JAMES RYAN PATRICIA SCHAEFER ELMER SCHELLER NORMAN SCHEIN ALICE SCHENK JOHN SCHMIRLER JEANNE SHAFER PHYLLIS SIELAFF RICHARD SITTER ROGER SMITH HARVEY STANGEL FRESHMEN WILLIAM STOWE RALPH STREY RICHARD SWEET AUDREY TALBOT CLAYTON TAUB ARLYLE TIMMERMAN JOHN VIETS WENDELL VOIGHT BETTY LOU VOSS EFFIE WARTINBEE KENNETH WATSON HERBERT WEBER CHARLES WELLSO ERVIN WESENBERG BEATRICE WILLIAMS DONEL WYMAN THOMAS WYMAN LaVERNE ZWICKY MURAL IN ROSE C. SWART TRAINING SCHOOL CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES Painted by Agnes Wainwriqht Federal Art ProjectROBERT GRAHAM Model School Director 1871 - 1874 MORTIMER T. PARK Practice School Director 1875-1877 ROSE C. SWART The Model Department, as the Training School was first designated, was opened in September 1871. under the capable leadership of Miss Rose C. Swart. This Model Department, with an enrollment of 62 children in the primary department, including grades one. two. three, and four, and 79 "Misses” and "Masters" in the grammar department, including grades five, six, and seven, was first housed in rooms in the main building, the enrollment being limited by the number of available rooms and the capacities of those rooms. An outstanding feature of the year 1894 was the supervision by Miss Swart of 256 practice teachers. The first kindergarten was authorized by the Board of Regents in 1879. The Board recommended that "some competent lady take one year of study and training as a kindergartener at her own expense with the promise of employment as Director of a Kindergarten." The first director was Laura Fisher, who had children in her department from four to seven years of age. She was succeeded in 1880 by Nellie E. Talmage who taught for a salary of six hundred dollars. This kindergarten had the distinction of being one of the first established in the United States. In 1912 the grammar department also included the eighth, ninth, and tenth grades. The eleventh grade was added in 1913. By 1923. grades eleven, ten. and nine, had been eliminated on account of insufficient facilities and funds. In 1925 the ninth grade LYDON W. BRIGGS Model Department Director 1878-1883 ROSE C. SWART Supervisor ol Practice 1883- 1911 Fobruary to Soptombor 1913 56TRAINING SCHOOL was re established, and the Junior High School Department was organized. Miss Jennie Marvin who graduated from the Normal School in 1888, has a record of being the instructor who has given the greatest amount of service in the Training School. She served during the last years of her teaching as Principal, and Critic of the Grammar Grades. Two outstanding features of the Junior High School have been the "School City", a student government organization established by Miss Marvin, and the two student publications — the Arrow, published four times a year, and the Clarion, an annual yearbook. Recently, these publications have been under the capable supervision of Miss Harriet Lockwood. The present Training School building was completed in 1929. In honor of Miss Swart who served so long and efficiently as Director of the Training Department, the new building was named the Rose C. Swart Training School. During the recent World War. the Training School children were transferred back into the old quarters in the Administration Building, and the Training School building was used as a Barracks by the 96th College Training Detachment. The building was redecorated and again occupied by the Training School classes in September, 1944. HENRY S. YOUKER Supervisor of Practice 1910-1912 J. H. GLOTFELTER Principal of Training School 1913-1918 LAURA M. JOHNSTON Director of Training School 1918-1934 JAMES H. SMITH Director of Training School 1934TRAINING KINDERGARTEN PAINTING AND STORY HOUR MRS. IDA J. MUELLER Critic FIRST GRADE ANIMAL STORE MISS EVA J. VAN SISTINE Critic SECOND GRADE OBSERVATION LESSON MRS. BERTHA MERKER Critic THIRD GRADE ANIMALS OF WISCONSIN MRS. OLIVE BREESE CriticDEPARTMENT FOURTH GRADE MUSIC CLASS MRS. GLADYS H. SMITH Critic FIFTH GRADE AUDUBON STUDY CLUB MISS COZETTE GROVES Critic SIXTH GRADE GREEK SCULPTURE IN ART MISS ORPHA WOLLANGK Critic SEVENTH GRADE ENGLISH CLASS MISS HARRIET R. LOCKWOOD Critic EIGHTH GRADE LIBRARY MISS LOUISE E. SCOTT Critic NINTH GRADE SCIENCE GROUP MR. ROBERT J. GRANT Critic and PrincipalHOMECOMING: Parade (l)r S£ a tree (3); Tug-of-war (12); House decorations (14).College Activities The Quiver made its first appearance in 1897. It has been published annually ever since. You now hold in your hand a copy of the Quiver in the fiftieth year of its publication. What this issue does for the current year, past Quivers have done for the years that have gone. For half a century it has been the function of the Quiver to mirror life on this campus. Although concerned with the whole of college life, it has directed its attention particularly to those activities which are generally regarded as extra-curricular. The 1897 Quiver reports that the Normal School at that time had three athletic teams, two musical organizations, and two publications. In addition to these it reported on the activities of Lyceum, Phoenix. Lincoln-Doug-las Debating Society, Columbian Debating Society, German Literary Society. Y. M. C. A., Y.W.C.A., and Bonnie Botanical Cycling Club. This was certainly a rather complete line of extra-curricular interests. Clubs Browning Club had the longest existence of all literary clubs on the campus. From 1897 to 1929, it met twice a month to discuss the works of the Poet Robert Browning. For thirty-two years it had but one adviser. Miss Ellen Peake. About the same time the German Literary Circle was active for nineteen years. Other literary clubs have had short periods of activity. Shakespeare, Hawthorne, Philogian, Cosmo and Wilton. Some student organizations have persisted through the years. Others have come and gone. Lyceum is the oldest of the clubs now existing. It was organized in 1871, and is therefore as old as the institution itself. In 1897 it was no longer young. "Lyceumites have been accused of being aristocratic in their tendencies,” reports the Quiver in that year, "but their conduct is rather due to refinement and broad culture.” Lyceumites, "like the members of the Upper House of Parliament, are cautious about their actions because they know they are being watched by the whole world.” One organization that had but a brief span of life could nevertheless boast a long and alliterative title. This was the Pedalog-ical Pedagogues Bicycle Club. This organization was held in such high esteem that the whole of its constitution was reproduced in the 1898 Quiver. The constitution reveals that the club was formed in order that the photographs of its members might appear in the Quiver. Membership was carefully restricted and was open to students so skilled in the cycling art that they were able "to mount and ride a wheel without the assistance of more than one other person.” Honorary membership was open to members of the faculty, and they were permitted to act as chaperons when invited to do so, but on such occasions "must keep at a distance of a hundred yards.” In 1899, a group of men students, interested in the social as well as the intellectual aspects of college life, organized the Philak-ean society, and selected its motto "In Hoc Signo Vinces." Philakean won many school awards in athletic contests, in drama, in debate, and other activities. From 1900 there continued a steady growth of clubs on the campus to meet the demands of increased enrollment and expanding student interests. There resulted Current Topics and Current History Clubs, an Audubon Society, a Geographical Round Table, a Mandolin Club of twelve girls who Bicycle Club. 1897 Boat Ride, Paul L.College Activities played at school functions. Further examples of clubs of special interest were Penelope for those in domestic science, Eurythmean and Phi Chi Mu in mathematics, and Demetrian in agriculture. In 1910 the faculty began auditing the books of the organizations and societies. For greater harmony among them an Intersociety Council was formed in 1926. Oratory and Debate Oshkosh students have always thought they should be heard. Interest in orptory and debate is as old as the school. In 1894, the faculty gave a bust of Lincoln to be used as an award to the winner of the oratorical contest between Lyceum and Phoenix. It was awarded annually until it was destroyed in the fire of 1916. It was replaced by a new trophy donated by Reinhold B. Anger in 1923. In 1895 the Oratorical Association was formed to promote oratory among the local literary societies and to arrange contests with similar organizations elsewhere. In 1896 the faculty began contributing fifty dollars annually to be used for prize awards for oratory. The practice was continued until it was discovered that a winner had taken his money and invited his friends into a saloon to celebrate. The next year the faculty judiciously changed the prize to a picture to be presented to the school in the name of the winner. From 1911 to 1916 Oshkosh was a member of the Triangular Debate League. In 1923 E. J. Dempsey contributed a trophy to be used as an award in intersociety debate. Oshkosh won the state championship in debate in 1925 and the tri-state title two years later. In 1928, Pi Kappa Delta, a National honorary forensics society gave the college a charter to form the Gamma Chapter. Dancing and Boating Dancing was not permitted at the school until 1906. President George S. Albee regarded those who danced as "light of toe and head." He was held in high esteem by students and faculty alike; but he had the strength and conviction of a puritan, and he knew what he was about. He had no intention of sending out light headed teachers into the public schools of his state. Among the more delightful experiences of students in the years that have gone were the boat rides across Lake Winnebago and up the Fox River. On numerous occasions students boarded the steamer Paul L in the morning and crossed the lake to High Cliff. Here they ate their picnic lunches, and then played ball or went hiking. The day ended with the moonlight ride home. With the passing of the steamer one of the more characteristic pleasures of the students in the old normal school days disappeared. Homecoming Homecoming became a regular feature of college life after 1921. In 1923 Reinhold B. Anger contributed a trophy to be used as an award for the best society float in the Homecoming parade. Later, prizes were also awarded for house decorations. Year by year the Homecoming tradition grew. More and more it absorbed the energies of the college. There was the inevitable football game, the bonfire, freshman-sophomore tug-of-war rivalry, dances, and banquets. One year there was a hobo king. In 1940 an allschool banquet was held. Students, faculty, and alumni were present. It was a memorable occasion. The next year the societies decided to hold their banquets separately. During the war Homecoming was suspended. Fiftieth Anniversary Homecoming on the Campus, 1921Second Row: Cornwell. Mand. Schmirler. First Row: Lust, Ring, Wollnitz. Goodman. Kruogor. Not in Picture: Clark. Orovich. Oleson. Pittlor. Radtke. Student Council ORGANIZATION: A student governing organization existed since 1896, but was organized as a Student Council in 1922. PURPOSE: To function as student representatives of the various divisions of the college. OFFICERS: The officers elected for the Student Association automatically become the officers of the Student Council and serve with the ten additional members, two elected from each division. PRESIDENT Arnold Loaman VICE-PRESIDENT ................. Thurman Fox SECRETARY-TREASURER . Carl Ubbelohde ACTIVITIES: Planning and executing all school functions. Discussing and acting upon problems of all school nature. Allocating student activity fees. SECOND SEMESTER MEMBERS: Secondary Education: Dailey Cornwell. Wilbur Sporling. Elementary Education: Alvin Pattorson. Marion Drees. Primary Education: Shirley Boye. Edith Frye. Rural Education: Dorothy Radtke. Tom Satorstrom. Pre-Prolossional: Robert Horn, Robort Barnos.Inter-society Council ORGANIZATION: Began in 1924. PURPOSE: To promote school loyalty, to control intersociety relations, to settle problems of the societies and organizations, and to encourage worthwhile social activities and leisure occupations. OFFICERS: Adviser............ President ......... Vice-President ____ Secretary-Treasurer DR. FLORENCE CASE ___DELORIS PITTLER . .PHYLLIS TREPTOW ....LUCILLE GRADE MEMBERS: Alethean: Jean Beiser, Ila Mae Wentzel; Delta Phi: Deloris Pittler, Fern Genrich; Gamma Sigma: Jane Gruber, Digna Kokke; Lambda Chi: Lucille Grade, Charlotte Gorges; Kappa Gamma: Jean Sweet, Phyllis Treptow; Phoenix: Hazel Wolff, Marjorie Heinz. Second Row: Gruber. Clute. Pittler. Kramer. Genrich. Sweet. First Row: Kokke. Treptow. Gorgos. Mecholko. Grado. 65Men’s Organization ORGANIZATION: Began in 1934. PURPOSE: To bring men of the college closer together in promoting mutual friendship and understanding. OFFICERS: Adviser........... President ........ Vice-President ___ Secretary-Treasurer DR. BURTON E. KARGES ......DONALD MAND ....NORMAN FULLER ....WILLIAM FELTON ACTIVITIES: 1934: Sponsors the Annual Men’s Dinner. 1934: Sponsors the Intramural Activities. Filth Row: Gunz. Freund. Borsch. Voight. Lewis. Klammer. Peterson. Miller. Viets. Ochs. Wosenberg. Meyers. Larsen. Fourth Row: Ernst. Ubbolohdo. Damrow. Stowe. Schmirler. Stangel. Jerabeck. Wellso. Otten. Pitz. Glaeser, Sitter. Lichtiuss. Third Row: Brunka. Honnig. Haase. Wyman. Lautenschlagor. Albright. Weber. Fuller. Ryan. Stadtmueller. Cismoski. Hoidt, Johnson, Kuhnz. Second Row: Nehring, Kessenich. Jungwirth, Reifor. Van Camp. Mand. Berndt, Erban. Theil, Moore. Atkins, Braun. Bittner. First Row: Nelson. Philpott. Murphy. Crissoy. Litres. Watson. Fisher. LaBudde, Darling, Luchsinger. Dickmann. Marsh.EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS: Second Row: Woldl. Miller. Kohrl. Fitsl Row: Orovich, Nemacheck, Gandt. Frye. Not in Picture: Straight. Popovich. Boiingor. Women’s Organization ORGANIZATION: Began in 1934. PURPOSE: To promote good fellowship and cooperation among the women of the college. OFFICERS: Adviser .............................DEAN FLORENCE CASE President ....................................CHARLOTTE NEMACHECK Vice-President............................MARY OROVICH Secretary-Treasurer .......................ELSIE GANDT ACTIVITIES: 1934: Began sponsoring the Women's Lounge and supplying it with magazines. 1934: The Annual Spring and Fall Teas for all women were started. 1934: Gave the first of the Annual All-Women's Christmas Dinner. MEMBERS: The membership is composed of all the women in the college. 67Third Row: Karr. Go«bel. Sherrod. Zecond Row: Cook. Holl. Pagel. First Row: Weed. Larsen. Odell, McCarthy. Phi Beta Sigma National Honorary Fraternity ORGANIZATION: Gamma Chapter was organized in 1924. PURPOSE: To give recognition to superior scholarship. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Elected by the faculty from the seniors with highest scholastic averages. In 1939 the membership was expanded to include all permanent faculty members. OFFICERS: President ..................................MISS MAYSEL EVANS Vice-President..........................MISS EVA J. VAN SISTINE Secretary-Treasurer..............................DR. J. T. TAYLOR ACTIVITES: 1925-1926: Scholarship Award given for highest average. 1925: Annual Convocation Dinner held in May for Phi Beta Sigma. 1928-1931: Engraved Key given for highest scholarship. 1932: Annual Honors Day Assembly started. 1942: Annual dinner for newly-elected members as guests of faculty. 1944-1946: Faculty dinner for all seniors and Phi Beta Sigma members. MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1935-46: Juno Graduates. 1946 August Graduates, 1945 Ruby Larson Sylvia Olga Lukes Margaret Goobol Margaret Bradford Eugene McCarthy Hazel Mae Grady Hazel Scheid Emily V. Volk Jean Odoll Mary E. Hart Prescott Cook Helen Lucy Ferslev I LaVon Pagel Marie Holl Sr. M. Rosalio Willnockor Mary Stuart Scott Gertrude V. Williams Alice Sherrod ' Zoralla E. Burdott Catherine Schluotor Karr Betty Jean Yasger Dorothy Weed Helen Frances Hinaus 68Kappa Delta Pi National Honorary Fraternity in Education ORGANIZATION: Beta Theta Chapter established in 1929 by J. O. Frank. PURPOSE: To stress high standards of professional and scholastic work. To recognize noteworthy service in the field of education. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: High scholarship, outstanding leadership, and social aptitude manifested during college career. OFFICERS: Adviser ............. President ........... Vice-President....... Secretary ........... Treasurer ........... Historian ........... Convention Delegates ..........MISS HULDA DILLING .................La VON PAGEL .................RUBY LARSEN ...............DOROTHY WEED ..........MRS. BERTHA MERKER .................MARIE HOLL MARIE KUHARSKI, HELEN WELKOS ACTIVITIES: 1930: Annual Initiation and Banquet held. 1930: Annual subscription to Educational Forum presented to the Library. 1931: Volume of the history of Kappa Delta Phi presented to the Library. 1936: Kappa Delta Phi is host to the annual National Convocation. 1946: Assembly sponsored: Dr. Alan Locke from the University of Wisconsin spoke on "America's Role in the Peace." MEMBERS: Elected in 1945-1946: Vernice Bachaus Jacqueline Bettin Shirley Boye Virginia Clute Thurman O. Fox Margarot Goobol Charlotto Gorges Ruth Haugan J. Arthur Heidt Marie Holl Gortrude Huobnor Catherine S. Karr Janet Kohrt Marie Kuharski Ruby Larsen Iva Louden Lavorno Lust Clarinda Main Ruth Mechelke Marjorie M. Miller Joan Odell Mary O'Hearn LaVon Pagol Grace Root Margaret Sambs Hazel Scheid Loraine Schmidt Frank C. Stoll Joanne Thomas Gortrude Tracy Robert Voight Dorothy Weed Helen Welkos Ila Mao Wontzol 69CAMPUS FORUM International Relations CAMPUS FORUM MEMBERS Second flow: Gilligan. Mr. James. Philpolt, Bittnor. Freund. Goodwin. First Row: Phillip. Main, Miller, Durbon. Crissey. Morrissey. Not in Picture: Cornwell. Felton. Fox. Gandt. James. Kuehl. Loidor. Luchsingor. McLaughlin. Sperling. Stoll. Voight. Watson. Wallenfang. ORGANIZATION: Began in 1941. PURPOSE: To provide students with practice and training in speech, to acquaint students with the various forms of public speaking, to promote study of significant public problems, and to offer programs preparod and presented by the group. OFFICERS: Adviser ..................MR. NEVIN S. JAMES President .............................WILLIAM FELTON Vice President .........................ALBERT CRISSEY Secretary Treasurer__RUTH ANN MORRISSEY ACTIVITIES: Exchange of programs with othor colleges. Discussions within the group on current topics. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB MEMBERS Second Row: Boye. Kubsh. Dr. Norem. Crissey. Bernhardt. First Row: Nemacheck, Kohrt. K. Miller, M. Miller. Durben. Lem. Not in Picture: Bittner. Cluto. Cornwoll. Folton. Gra-low. Karr. Phillip. Pittler. Sperling. ORGANIZATION: Began in 1940. PURPOSE: To arrive at an understanding of world affairs by means of round table discussions. OFFICERS: Adviser .................DR. RALPH NOREM President ...............DAILEY CORNWELL Vice-President ....CHARLOTTE NEMACHECK Secretary-Treasurer......MARJORIE MILLER ACTIVITIES: Each year the club has sont delegates to the National Convention. This year the club was host to the Mid-West Convention. 70MARQUETTE SOCIETY Lutheran Students Association MARQUETTE SOCIETY MEMBERS Second Row: Morrissey. Schaofor. Olton. Gunz. Mil-lor. Pitz. R. Kessenich. Freund. Bittner, M. Kes-senich. Gilligan. Nelson. Brouchok. First Row: Hammer. Koll. Kuborn. Gruber. Orovich. Schallor. Kokko. Not in Picture: Kubsh. Troptow. Durben. Kohrt. Be-longer, Bruso. DuChatoau. Fintak. Fitzgerald. Goebel, Goick, Goodwin. Maslolf, Nomacheck. Schmidt. Stoffos. Sullivan. Zolmer. Domask. Murphy. Peters. Jacobs. Damon. Stangol. ORGANIZATION: Began in 1907. PURPOSE: To bring the Catholic studonts into closer intellectual and social rotation with ono anothor and at the same time to give them tho opportunity to inform themsolves on important religious questions. OFFICERS: Advisers..................DR. M. M. BEENKEN and REVEREND F. M. McKEOUGH President ................MARION KESSENICH Vice-President................MARY KUBSH Secretary ...........................PHYLLIS TREPTOW Treasurer ..............................DICK KESSENICH Historian ..............BERNADETTE DURBEN Critic .......................JANET KOHRT Marshal ......................WALTER PITZ ACTIVITIES: 1944 Assembly sponsored: Rovorond Butler from St. Norbert's who spoke on Scholarship. 194S Assombly sponsored: Rovorend Barry from St. Francis' who spoke on Shakespeare. LUTHERAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION MEMBERS Fourth Row: Petorson. Lust. Klammer. Braun. Wesen-berg. Crissey. Oberstadt. Ernst. Third Row: Jorgens, Kramer. Grade. Hechel, Lueck. Pittler. Backhaus. Richter. Second Bow: R. Hielsberg. Bofinger. Tracy. Genrich. Herzberg. Kamps. Radtke. Horn. First Row: Butt. Gralow. Boyo. Kirschstein. Gorges. D. Koch. B. Koch. Wolff. Johnston. ORGANIZATION: Began in 1924. PURPOSE: To develop social life and Christian friendships. to build up a fellowship of Lutheran studonts. and to deepen understanding and participation in Christianity. OFFICERS: Advisers......REVEREND HAROLD KLEINHANS and REVEREND PAUL LUEDERS President ............................LUCILLE GRADE Vice-President .........................HAZEL WOLFF Secretary ......................La VERNE LUST Treasurer.....................DELORES KAMPS Historian ............................DELORIS PITTLER ACTIVITIES: 1945: Sponsored tho Freshman Mixer Party. 1945 Assombly sponsored: World Day ot Prayer. 71Alethean Oh, Here We Are, Oh, Here We Are ORGANIZATION: Began 1900. MOTTO: "Truth and Loyalty." COLORS: Red and white FLOWER: Rose. PURPOSE: To promote high ideas of scholarship, womanhood and citizenship. ACTIVITIES: 1911: Sponsored Christmas Romp for needy children. 1918: Mothers' Day Reception. 1926: Annual Faculty Tea. 1930: Annual Spring Formal with Philakean. 1945: Donated money to the Red Cross. 1946: Donated money to Memorial Fund as a gift to the future student union. Play Contest. "The Project." Songfest, "When Day Is Done." AWARDS: 1932: Homecoming Float Trophy. 1936: Permanent possessors of Play Contest Cup, having won it for the third successive time. Homecoming Float Trophy. Basketball Trophy. 1939: Homecoming Float Trophy. Play Contest Cup. Vodvil Trophy. 1940: Homecoming Float Trophy. 1941: Play Contest Cup. 1945: Basketball Trophy. 1946: Play Contest Cup. Second place in Songfest. Third place in Basketball Tournament. 72Third Row: Friedrich, Drees. James. Bockfinger. Schaefer. Beiser. Hohler. Second Row: Shafer. Masloff. Johnson. Woldf. Johnston. Schaller. R. Hielsberg. First Row: McCulloch. Sullivan, Heisingor. Goettman. Fintak, Fitzgerald. Butt, Schmidt. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester MISS WOLLANGK .... JEAN GOETTMAN .... JEAN BEISER ...... AUDREY WOLDT...... MARY FINTAK ...... LOUISE JOHNSTON ... JEANETTE McCULLOCH Adviser ....................... MARJORIE MORRISON President ........................ LOUISE JOHNSTON Vice-President............................. JEAN BEISER Secretary ............................. MARY FINTAK Treasurer ....................... PHYLLIS HEISINGER Historian ........................ILA MAE WENTZEL Custodian ............................ AUDREY WOLDT Critic Sergeant at Arms Boisor, Joan Bockfinger. Mildrod Butt. Audrey Clark. Joan Clute, Virginia Dreos, Marian Fintak. Mary Fitzgerald. Patricia ALETHEAN MEMBERS Goettman. Joan Heisinger. Phyllis Hoilsborg. Ruth Hohler. Margaret James. Natalie Johnson. Evolyn Johnston. Louise Karr, Kay Masloff. Bette Morrison. Marjorie McCulloch. Jeanette Shafer. Jeanno Schaefer. Pat Schmidt. Loraine Wentzel. Iia Mao Woldt. Audroy PLEDGES Friodrich, Shirley Schaller, Kathy Sullivan. PatThird Row: Backhaus. Bennett. Petorson. Johnson. King. Oborstadt. Lueck. Maltby. Second Row: Hills, Hankwitz. Frye. Popke. Hechel. Pittler, Goebel. First Row: Kuharski. Koonigs. Gilbertson. Lom. Gaddis, Williams. Eck, Albl. OFFICERS Fitst Semester MRS. THEDINGA .... EDITH FRYE....... VERNICE BACKHAUS MARGARET MILLER SARA LEM ........ FERN GENRICH..... JEAN JOHNSON .... ARLINE ALBL...... Second Semester Advisors ...............................DR. DONNOR President .......................... DELORES PITTLER Vico President.................................... JEAN JOHNSON Secretary ....................... VERNICE BACKHAUS Treasurer .................................SARAH LEM Historian ......................... BERNICE HERMAN Custodian ................... AGNES WACHTENDONCK Critic ............................. FERN GENRICH Albl. Arline Backhaus. Vernico Bennett. Bertyl Eck. Marguerito Frye. Edith Gaddis. Maxino Genrich. Fern Gilbertson. Jano Goebel. Margaret Hankwitz. Marion DELTA PHI MEMBERS Heckel. Beatrice Hills. Muriel Johnson. Jean King. Eileen Klatt, Jonnio Koenig. Georgians Kuharski. Mario Lem. Sara Liorman. Bernico Luock. Winnilred Maltby. Muriel Millor. Peggy Oberstadt. Mary O'Hearn. Mary Petorson. Ethel Pittler. Delores Popko. Dorothy Wachtendonch. Agnos Williams. Beatrice Young. Phyllis PLEDGES Hannis. Shirloy Hildebrande. LillianDelta Phi 4 The Deltas, the Deltas, fhe dear Deha Phi. . . ORGANIZATION: Began 1922. MOTTO: "Friendship. Loyalty, and Service." COLORS: Gold and Black. FLOWER: Red Rose. PURPOSE: To promote literary and social activities. ACTIVITIES: 1926: Spring formal. 1927: Food and gifts to poor. 1933: Alumnae sponsor all school Prose Contest. 1940: Sponsor a "Sadie Hawkins Dance" with Iota Alpha Sigma. 1946: Play contest "The Purple Doorknob." Songfest "Dear Land of Mine." AWARDS: 1926: First place in Vodvil. 1933: Scholarship Cup. 1935: Scholarship Cup. Basketball Trophy. 1942: First place in Songfest. 1943: First place in Songfest. 1944: Permanent possessor of the Play Contest Cup, having won it for the third successive time. 1945: Second place in the Vodvil. 1946: Second place Basketball Tournament. Tied Third place in Songfest.Gamma Sigma Each Year Brings Friends to Gamma Sigma ORGANIZATION: Began 1922. MOTTO: "FORWARD.” COLORS: Purple and Gold. FLOWER: Purple Sweetpea. PURPOSE: The threefold purpose is to enlarge knowledge of literature and arts, increase proficiency in parliamentary procedure, promote acquaintances and friendships. ACTIVITIES: 1928: First annual Gamma Sigma Formal. 1929: Joint Formal with Periclean. 1937: Sponsored first annual prom. 1939: Furnished cheerleaders with uniforms. 1940: Provided Christmas Baskets for needy families. 1945: Bought Christmas tree for school. 1946: Donated book to library. Play Contest, "Sanitarian." Songfest. "In A Monastery Garden." AWARDS: 1936: Scholarship Award. Sportsmanship Cup. 1937: Basketball Trophy 1938: Basketball Trophy. 1940: Songfest Cup. 1943: Basketball Trophy. 1944: Basketball Trophy. 1946: First place in Songfest. 76Third Row: Grubor. Patch. Boye. Kossonlch, Morrissoy. Erickson, lanko. Flontjo. Second Row: Koch. Kokko, Luobke. Hoin. Kuborn. Schnoidor. Jorgon. Millor. First Row: Thomas. Boltin. Hoguo. Phillip, Hoin. Rasmussen. Nolson. Hoilsborg. Millor. Nelson. OFFICERS First Semester MISS EVANS ..................................... Advisers GEN PHILLIP ................................... President MARION KESSENICH ............................ Vice-President 1ACQUEL1NE BETTIN ............................. Secretary JANE GRUBER ................................... Treasurer BERNICE HEIN .................................. Historian TWILAH HEIN ................................... Custodian MARIAN MROTEK ................................... Critic GAMMA SIGMA MEMBERS Hogue. Jan© Janke. Mary Lou Jorgens. Helen Kessenich. Marion Koch. Pat Kokke. Digna Kuborn. Rosemary Luebke. Helen Miller. Christino Miller. Marilyn Morrissoy. Ruth Ann PLEDGES Bonder. Betty Joan Goodwin, Jean Brouchek. Mary Jane Schuster. Joan Bettin. Jacqueline Boye. Shirley Costello. Doris Ecker. Virginia Erickson. Edna Flentje. Jean Gruber. Jano Heilsberg. Lois Hein. Bernice Hoin, Ruth Hein. Twilah Second Semester MRS. BRISMASTER MARY OROVICH ... TWILAH HEIN GERTRUDE TRACY ... JANE GRUBER DELORES NELSON LOIS HEILSBERG ... DIGNA KOKKE Nelson, Delores Nolson. Muriel Orovich. Mary Patch. Betty Lou Phillip. Gen Rasmussen. Betty Jano Schneider. Betty Jane Thomas. Jeanne Tracy. Gertrudo Timmerman. Arlyle 77£ c h. Third Row: Gainey. Sweet. Wentzel. Meyer. Gandt. Gilligan. Huebner. Peters. Gurney. Second Row: Davis. Goick. Zelmor. French. Niemuth. Henke. Latondress. Wiechman. First Row: Braatz. Dimpll. Wislinsky. Bero. Treptow. Stone. Koch. Herzberg. Sherrod. OFFICERS First Semester BETTY WISLINSKY .. LUCY BRAATZ ...... JEAN SWEET ....... JENNIE ZELLMER .... MONA GILLIGAN ... LORRAINE GUERNEY BETTY SHERROD .... Second Semester Adviser .....................MISS BRADBURY President ............................ LUCY BRAATZ Vice President ....................... LORRAINE GURNEY Secretary .............................. JEAN DEMPFL Treasurer ........................... JENNIE ZELLMER Historian ................. PHYLLIS TREPTOW Custodian ........................ HELEN LATONDRESS Sergeant at Arms KAPPA GAMMA MEMBERS Alhorn. Ruth Braatz. Lucy Davis. Eiloon Dimpll. Jeon French. Trevalyn Gainey. Mary Grace Gandt. Elsie Gavin. Barbara Gilligan. Mona Goick. Joan Gurnoy. Lorraine Henke. Blossom Horzborg. Ruby Huebner. Rosella Koch. Bonita Latondress. Helen Moyors. Joan Neimuth. Geraldine Peters, Holon Sherrod. Betty Stone. Harriet Sweot, Joan Treptow. Phyllis Wontzel. Ardyth Wiechman. Florence Wislinsky. Betty Zollmor. Jennio Root, Ruth PLEDGES Selchert. JoanottoKappa Gamma And Thru Our Deeds May We Be Known, Kappa Gamma, Here's to You ORGANIZATION: Began in 1923 as Val. Ferrari. The name was changed to Kappa Gamma in 1927. MOTTO: "Know Your Opportunities." COLORS: Rose and Gray. FLOWER: Rose. PURPOSE: To foster art appreciation, dramatic production, scholastic achievement, and school spirit. ACTIVITIES: 1927: First annual formal. 1930: Sponsored first Kappa Gamma Play Contest. 1942: Christmas Basket to needy family. Mother-Daughter Tea. 1946: Play Contest. "Girls Must Talk." Songfest, "Always." AWARDS: 1925: Vodvil Cup. 1945: Vodvil Cup.Lambda Chi Oh Lambda Chi! Oh Lambda Chi! We Will Ever Cheer Thy Name ORGANIZATION: Began 1923. MOTTO: "For the Sake of Gain." COLORS: Peach and Blue. FLOWER: Talisman Rose. PURPOSE: To study and create an appreciation for good music and to supply a social life for its members. ACTIVITIES: 1925: Sponsored annual Yuletide Dance. 1930: Annual Orphan Party. 1931: Christmas Basket donated to a needy family. 1939: Christmas Decoration for front of Administration Building. 1946: Play Contest. "Laugh and the World Laughs with You." original play by Paulene Schuster. Songfest, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes." AWARDS: 1924: Anger Cup. 1931: Sportsmanship Cup. 1935: Sportsmanship Cup. 1939 to 1946: Scholarship Award. 1946: Second Place in Play Contest. Tied for third place in Songfest.i' 11 w ' ii J Third Row: Hallo. Thackray. Lu«t. Cowlinq. FahrondorH. Lange. Ring. Second Row: Grade. Nachtwey. Heize. Huebner. SielaH. Leidor. Marquardt. First Row: Kohrt. Larsen Koch. Schulz. DuChateau. Durben. Schuster. Haugan. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS ADVISERS SECOND SEMESTER PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY ... CUSTODIAN Edith Ring HISTORIAN Edith Ring Evalyn Leider .................. TREASURER Evalyn Leider LAMBDA CHI MEMBERS Cowling, Jeanette Durben, Bernadette Gorges, Charlotte Grade, Lucille Halle, Marion Huebner, Gertrude Koch. Dorothy Kohrt. Janet Larsen, Ruby Leider. Evalyn Lust, LaVerne Marquardt, Irene Nachtwey, Olive Ring, Edith Ristow, Gloria Sherrod. Alice Showers. Mae Schuster, Paulene Thackray, Lois Haugan, Ruth Schulz, Pat Rogers. Phoebe PLEDGES DuChateau, Rita Fahrendorff, Gerda Heise, Alma Jacobs. Mary Lange. Shirley Miller, Kathleen Miller. Marjorie Sielaff, Phyllis Walter, EvelynThird Row: Straight. Kramer. Koll, Belonger, Radtke. Kubsh Wartinboe Potorsen. Second Row: Oleson Strahota. Hammor, Pagcl. Kamps Gahlman Nemacheck DeWitt. First Row: Baus Gralow. Richter. Hintz. Wolff Hinze. Woed. Mechelke. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER ADVISER Holon Wolkos PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Hazel Wolff . SECRETARY TREASURER HISTORIAN CUSTODIAN REPORTER PHOENIX MEMBERS Baus, Cecilia Belonger. Joan Caramehas, Diana DeWitt. Beverly Gahlman. Betty Gralow, Meriel Hammer. Alice Hartman, Lois Hintz, Deloris Hinze, Marge Hornby, Maryalyce Kamps, Delores Koller. Dorothy Kramer, Jeane Kubsh. Mary Koll. Faith Lentz. Lois Mechelke, Ruth Nemacheck. Charlotte Oleson, Beverly Pagel, LaVon Petersen, Shirlee Radtke, Dorothy Richter, Louise Staerkel, Ruth Straight, Maralyn Talbot, Audrey Weed, Dorothy Wartinbee. Effie Welkos, Helen Wolff, Hazel I ' i i 82Phoenix Phoenix days, happy days, throughout our college years. ORGANIZED: 1873. The Phoenix Society grew out of the Protarean Society which was organized in 1873 for men students only. In 1874 women were admitted and the name was changed from Protarean to Phoenix. It continued as a mixed society until 1917, reorganizing into Phoenix for women and Lyceum for men. MOTTO: "Culture. Not Show." COLORS: Green and White. FLOWER: White Rose. PURPOSE: To promote interest in literary work and music; to uphold high social and scholastic ideals. ACTIVITIES: 1918—Phoenix-Lyceum Dance for Alumni. 1924— Dinner-dance. 1925— Annual Christmas caroling at Sunnyview with gifts for the children. 1926— Presented debate cup to the school to be given to the winner of the State contest. 1932— Awards a Scholarship Cup to society with the highest grade point average. 1933— Annual Mother's Day Tea. AWARDS: 1896-1900—Possessors of the Lincoln Bust. 1925—Anger Trophy for Intersociety Oratorical Event. 1925—Dempsey Debate Cup. 1927— Dempsey Debate Cup. 1932—Play Contest winner. 1934— Basketball Trophy. 1942—First place for Homecoming Float "Harping on Victory for O.S.T.C." 1946—Third place in Play Contest. "The Last Frontier." 1946—First place in Intersociety Basketball Tournament.Alpha Chi Dear Alpha Chi. we'll all stand by you. ORGANIZATION: Began as the Ruralities in 1926 and joined the National Country Life Collegiate Club in 1927. The name was changed to Alpha Chi in 1930. COLORS: Green and White. EMBLEM: Three-Leaf Clover. PURPOSE: To become better aquainted with rural conditions and rural leaders; to promote social and educational welfare. ACTIVITIES: 1927— Sent delegates to meeting of National Country Life Club. 1936—Annual Parents' Day started. 1942—Began giving Christmas baskets to needy families. 1946—Play Contest, "The Ghost of a Freshman." AWARDS: 1928— Dempsey Debate Cup. 1940—First place in Basketball Tournament.t. OFFICERS ADVISER Mis Stewart PRESIDENT Dorothy Radtko VICE-PRESIDENT Mary Jacob SECRETARY .............................. Edith Ring TREASURER ............................. Patricia Smith REPORTER ............................. Winnifred Lueck HISTORIAN Lucile Palocek ALPHA CHI MEMBERS Baus. Cecilia Claassen, Phyllis Gaddis. Maxine Hammer. Alice Horn. Viona Huebner, Rosella Jacobs, Mary Krudwig, Betty Krueger, Margaret Lentz, Lois Lueck. Winnifred Maltby, Muriel Palecek, Lucile Radtke. Dorothy Ring. Edith Schmidt, Virginia Schulz, Patricia Smith. Patricia Steffes, Lucille Weigel, Florence Wood. Aileen Zick. Mariam Hechel. Beatrice Walter, Evelyn Hildebrand. Lillian Saterstrom, Thomas Goerlitz, Albert Ives, Carol Clark. Joan Kellerman, Arlene Third Row: Maltby. SteHes Krudwig. Radtko, Palocek. Huobnor. Luock. Krueger. Second Row: Wood. Strahota, Walter, Jacobs. Gaddis, Hechel. Ring, Baus. First Row: Miss Stowart. Schmidt. Horn. Smith. Hammor. Schulz. Zick. Hildebrand. Weigol. 85Third Row: Marsh, Haszel. Dcering, Cornwell, Darling, Stadtmueller. Second Row: Murphy, Wood, Philpott Damrow Crissoy Ubbelohde. First Row: Rueckcrt, Wooss, Zarling. Sperling, Voight. OFFICERS ADVISERS Dr. Norem, Dr. Wood PRESIDENT Carl Ubbelohde VICE-PRESIDENT ........................ John Murphy SECRETARY-TREASURER Molvin Damrow HISTORIAN Arthur Zarling Chipman, Keith Cornwell, Dailey Damrow, Melvin Haszel, George Heidt, Arthur Lartz, Walter Meyers, Kenneth Monahan, Hubert IOTA ALPHA SIGMA MEMBERS Murphy, John Ostertag, Robert Philpott, Delbert Sperling. Wilbur Stadtmueller. Richard Ubbelohde. Carl Voight. Robert Zarling, Arthur PLEDGES Crissey, Albert Darling, Kenneth Doering. Paul Harrold. William Marsh. Richard Rueckert, Vernon Rothenbach, Ralph Van Camp. Bernard Weess, Byron 86Iota Alpha Sigma Fill the steins to Iota. ORGANIZATION: Began in 1915 as the Industrial Arts Society. In 1927 the name was changed to Iota Alpha Sigma. In 1935 Iota opened to Secondary Education Majors for the first time since founding. MOTTO: "The All is the Sum of the Small." COLORS: Blue and Gold. PURPOSE: To promote fellowship and ideals of worthy social standards. ACTIVITIES: 1939— Sponsored Annual Songfest. 1940— Sponsored Sadie Hawkins Dance with Delta Phi Society. 1946—Renewed Annual Songfest. AWARDS: 1934—Permanent possessors of the Homecoming Trophy, for winning float contest three consecutive years. 1939—First place in Intersociety Basketball Tournament.Lyceum Our strong bands shall ne'er be broken. ORGANIZATION: Began in 1871, the same year as the founding of the school. In 1874 its membership was open to both men and women and it continued as a mixed society until 1917. Lyceum then united all the men from both Phoenix and Lyceum and continued as a men's society. MOTTO: "We Shape Our Own Destiny." COLORS: Blue and White. PURPOSE: To develop its members intellectually, culturally, and physically. ACTIVITIES: 1918—Phoenix-Lyceum Annual Formal. 1928—Founded a chapter of Kappa Delta Pi on campus. 1935—Sponsored Annual Vaudeville. 1946—Songfest, "Kentucky Babe.” AWARDS: 1900-1902—Possessors of the Lincoln Bust. 1926—Anger Trophy. 1931—First place in Intersociety Basketball Tournament. 1931— Debate Trophy. 1932— Debate Trophy. 1933— Play Contest Cup. 1933—Scholarship Award.Third Row: Wollenburg. Gunz. Atkins. Kraus, Alton. Wilson. Second Row: Kargos. Possin, Potorson. Millor. Schenke. Jones. First Row: Hildobrand. Burton. Grady. Moyor. Voight. OFFICERS ADVISERS Dr. Karges. Dr. Ramsdon PRESIDENT Chostor Possin VICE-PRESIDENT ........................ Wondoll Voight SECRETARY John Allen TREASURER . .................... Kermit Jones CRITIC ................. Neil Wilson Allen, John Atkins. Gerald Bartelt, Arlow Burton. Blake Grady, Raymond Gunz, Edward Hildebrand. Leo Jones, Kermit LYCEUM MEMBERS McEssey, Eugene Miller. William Possin. Chester Reifer, James Voight. Wendell Wilson. Neil Wollenburg, Arlyn PLEDGES Allen. William Baxter. Phillip Kraus, Lyle Meyer. Ellsworth Petersen, Gerald Schneider. John Schenke. Russell Stangel, Harvey Zwicky. LaVerne 89m mmmmmm 4 Third Row: Borsch. Nielson. Buorger. Fox. Felton. Watson. Second Row: James, Jungwirth. Moore. Kessenich. Thiel. Berndt. First Row: Knuoppel. Hyde. Freund. Ryan. Gerretson. Stange. OFFICERS ADVISERS Mr. James. Mr. Neumann PRESIDENT Thurman Fox VICE-PRESIDENT ..................... William Jungwirth SECRETARY-TREASURER ... Norman Fullor Barnes. Robert Buerger. Carlton Ehrenhardt. Russel Fox. Thurman Freund. John Fuller. Norman Gerretson. Merlin Horn. Robert Hyde. Will Jungwirth. William Knueppel, Harold PERICLEAN MEMBERS Leaman. Arnold Moore, Thomas Ryan, James Stange. Robert Thiel. Norman Watson. Kenneth PLEDGES Berndt, Merle Bersch, Merland Carpenter. James Cismoski. Duane Felton, William Jisa, Henry Kessenich, Richard Labudde, Edward McCain. John Nielson, Mortimer Schein. Norman Terrace, Donald 90Periclean For Pericleans we will raise the flag of victory. ORGANIZATION: Began 1923. MOTTO: "Versatility." COLORS: Green and Gold. PURPOSE: To promote social and competitive interests in forensics, sports, and literary interests. ACTIVITIES: 1926—Presented trophy case to school. 1929— Annual Formal with Gamma Sigma. 1946—Songfest, "She's More to be Pitied than Censured." AWARDS: 1926—Debate Trophy. 1930— Debate Trophy. 91 Third row: Hall®, Ubb®lohdo. Stadtmueller Roller Kessenich Nelson. Allen Boye. Second row: Patch, Thomas, Pittler. Peterson Schaller. J. Goick Goodwin. Bofingor, Mrs. Behncke. First row: Huobner, Kohrt. Mecholko. Fintak Masloff, Gralow. Wolff. Boltin, Hogue. The 1946 Quiver Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jeanne Thomas ASSOCIATE EDITORS : Marion Kessenich. Service List; Jane Hogue, Activities; Lorraine Bofinger, Athletics; Dorothy Koller, Production; Shirlee Peterson, Societies; Jacgueline Bettin, History; Meriel Gralow, Proofreading and Picture Identification; Stanley Howman, Art; William Felton, Photography; Gloria Goick, Typing. ASSISTANTS John Allen Shirley Boye Mary Fintak loan Goick Jean Goodwin Lucillo Grado Marion Halle Bernice Hein Gertrudo Houbnor Janet Kohrt Bernice Lierman Connie Litras Bette Masloff Ruth Mochelke Betty Lou Patch Deloris Pittlor Kathleen Schaller Richard Stadtmueller Carl Ubbolohdo Hazel Wolff The Staff wishes to express deep gratitude to the following companies for producing this Fiftieth Quiver under post-war strikes and chaotic industrial conditions: Castle-Pierce Printing Company, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Pontiac Engraving Company. Chicago. Illinois. The North American Press. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Staff of the 1946 Quiver wishes to take this opportunity to thank those people who, because of their assistance and cooperation, made the publication of this book possible: To President Forrest R. Polk. Mr. Frank Mitchell. Mr. Earl A. Clemans, Mr. George Overton. Dr. Paul C. Miller. Dr. James H. Smith. Dr. Raymond Ramsden and Mr. Robert M. Kolf for presenting and checking information and facts used in the history. To Miss Malvina C. Clausen and the Library Staff; to Nile J. Behncke of the Oshkosh Public Museum for records and reference materials. To Mr. Frank Getchel for his generous contribution of time to the photography. To Mr. S. J. Wittman for the use of his aeroplane. To Miss Ruth Willcockson and Miss Leavelva Bradbury for reading copy and especially to Dr. Ralph A. Norem for his untiring assistance in editing the history. And to Mrs. Ethel J. Behncke. our adviser, whose valuable and tireless assistance was indispensable in directing this publication, we wish to express our deep appreciation and heart-felt thanks. 92 The Staff i JEANNE THOMAS Editor 1946 JOSEPHINE HENDERSON 1898-1918 ETHEL J. BEHNCKE 1925-1946 1896 Fifty Years The senior class of 1897 published the first Quiver. Every year since then there has appeared a book that readers "may in thoughtful mood scan its pages, rejoicing in finding, not wisdom or theories, but just a simple record of former friends and times, and tender joys." Either juniors, seniors or the student body have published the book. The faculty advisers have also changed, though two of them have been particularly outstanding in long record of service. The first of these was Miss Josephine Henderson who supervised the work from 1898 to 1918. The books have not always mentioned the faculty advisers and for the next six years only three names are given, M. Eileen Doyle, Leavelva Bradbury, and H. C. Christofferson. When Mrs. Ethel J. Behncke came in 1925 she. too. began working with students on the Quiver; and has capably advised the work since then. The Quiver wishes to express here deep appreciation to these two women, whose tireless efforts have made the Quiver a success all these years. Dr. Hilda Taylor gave the editorial staff efficient guidance in an unassuming, inspiring manner for ten years. Other contributors to the Quiver for short periods were Mr. Walsh, Mr. J. D. Whitney, and Dr. J. Duncan on the financial staff, and Mr. Walter Fletcher. Mr. N. S. James, Dr. J. T. Taylor, and Miss Harriet Lockwood on the editorial staff. In its fifty years of history the book has been dedicated to many people and various causes, ranging all the way from the "janitor's black cat" in 1898 to the city of Oshkosh in 1932. The 1921 Quiver was in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the college; while in 1936 the theme of the book was the centennial of Oshkosh. This, the fiftieth edition of the Quiver, is illumined by its tribute to the seventy-fifth anniversary of the school. Each book has been deserving of praise, a few books have been sent in to be rated by the Art Craft Guild of Chicago and the National Scholastic Press Association of Minneapolis. The few times that the book has been entered it rated First Place or All-American. as the All-American award for two successive years, 1927 and 1928; and while we have not wanted to spend the money to have the book judged, several books in recent years might well have been so rated. The cost of the Quiver from its first publication in 1897 until 1942 was met by the selling of advertisements. For about the last ten years of this period the Staff took over the Student-Faculty Directory in which advertisements were run and the Quiver printed only a list of acknowledgments. Students were obliged to subscribe to the book when its costs were defrayed by advertising, benefits. dances, and various types of sales. Since 1942 the student activity fund has financed the Quiver, thus eliminating the selling of advertisements. This means that all students receive the Quiver through the payment of student activity fees for the year. We, who have worked on this fiftieth Quiver and have read the preceding issues with admiration for the effort put into them, look forward to and wish the Quiver many more years of successful service to the school and to the students in providing a record of each year's events, so that in the future they may be referred to for history and facts, or to recall the days of our "college life". 93Third Row: Oloson. Grimm, Root. Cowling, Stadtmuollor. King, Petorson. Second Row: Weigel. Pittler. Gilligan. Leidor. Wentzol, Goebel. Fir»t Row: Henke, Zick. Kokko Orovich. Phillip. Gruber, Lem, Gaddis. Not in Picturo: Gorman, Miolko, Peterson Tracy. The Advance is the pioneer of Normal School journalism in Wisconsin. It made its first appearance in October, 1894. During the first three years of its existence, it was carried on by the faculty and issued bi-monthly; Miss Henderson acted as the Chief Editor and Mr. Hewitt as the Business Manager. In the fall of 1897, the management was changed. A board of directors consisting of representatives of the four classes of the school took charge. The board elected an editor-in-chief and a business manager; these appointed their assistants, subject to confirmation by the board. When the students took over the Advance, they changed the publication to a monthly. The purpose of the Advance is to report student and faculty activities, to provide a vehicle for student writers, to comment and criticize, and to aid in any way possible the constant process of improvement of the school. The membership is open to any student who is interested in getting and reporting news. From 1919 to 1942 Mr. Walter H. Fletcher served almost continously as the adviser for the Advance. When he retired, the work was taken over by Mr. Warner Geiger. At present, under the direction of Dr. Warren W. Wood, there are rotating acting editorships shared by the entire staff, each appointment being made by the members. Some of the highlights of the Advance have been: 1919—The Advance issued a weekly paper. 1931—The Advance was published bi-monthly. 1940—The Advance received First Class Honor Rank. 1942—The Advance was mimeographed as part of the war economy. The school needs a paper for reporting the news. The Advance has done well in the past. Good Luck for the future! 94ORGANIZATION: The band was organized in 1912 by Mr. J. O. Frank. PURPOSE: To support the school at all athletic functions and give school concerts. (Play for outside affairs if necessary.) QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Membership is open to any person who shows some proficiency in playing a musical instrument. OFFICERS: ADVISER Mr. J. A. Breese PRESIDENT Mona Gilligan VICE-PRESIDENT Ruth Mechelke SECRETARY Jan® Gruber TREASURER ... ......... Bernico Liorman LIBRARIAN Clarence Bittner HISTORIAN Loraine Schmidt BUSINESS MANAGER Mary Orovich ACTIVITIES: A spring tour is scheduled each year to various high schools. Outstanding musical students direct the band in preparation for directing high school bands. The band played for all football games and gave a special concert for an assembly program. Chester Possin Clarence Bittner Charles Wellso Henry Jisa Bernice Lierman Ruth Mechelke Georgiane Koenigs Ethel Peterson Betty Jean Bender Leo Hildebrand MEMBERS: Loraine Schmidt Maxine Gaddis Bonita Koch Rosemary Kuborn Winnefred Lueck John Allen Dorothy Koch Mary Orovich Jane Gruber Gen Phillip Joan Clark Ardyth Wentzel Effie Wartinbee Melvin Damrow Neil Wilson Muriel Maltby Patricia Bruso Mona Gilligan Kenneth Darling Band 95 HiU U 4. | ill!il|liI rJL ®- ! ft | s l Fourth Row: Lueck. Oberstadt. Koll. Drees. Boye. Johnson Kessenich. King. Kubsh. Goebel. Third Row: Rasmussen. Koch Henke. Hechel Lange Hielsberg Wartinbee Miller. Jacobs. Stone. Second Row: Koch. Miller, Koch. Gilbertson, Butt, Gralow Gaddis, Latondress. Herzborg Mr. Breeso. First Row: Hoguo, Thackray. WolH. Genrich Gorges Kokke. Schmidt. Clark Colburn. ORGANIZATION: Began in 1944. PURPOSE: To give girls who are interested in singing an opportunity to do so. QUALIFICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP: Membership is open to any girl who shows some vocal ability. ADVISER: Mr. J. A. Breese. ACTIVITIES: The girls' chorus sang at an annual assembly, a combined Washington-Lincoln program, and for a group of high school seniors who visited the school. They have always joined with the choir and orchestra in the presentation of "The Messiah" during the Christmas season and "Stabat Mater" during the Easter season. MEMBERS: First Sopranos Eileen King Mary Oberstadt Ruby Herzberg Bonita Koch Dorothy Koch Elizabeth Rasmussen Fern Genrich Christine Miller Helen Schaub Jane Hogue Altos Digna Kokke Alice Colburn Joan Clark Marilyn Miller Shirley Lange Hazel Wolff Margaret Goebel Loraine Schmidt Neva Witthuhn Shirley Boye Audrey Butt Meriel Gralow Second Sopranos Helen Jorgens Harriet Stone Delores Nelson Patricia Koch Jane Gilbertson Lois Thackray Winnefred Lueck Maxine Gaddis Ruth Hielsberg Jeanette Johnson Mary Kubsh Girls’ Chorus 96Third Bow: Freund, Alton. Otton. Moyors. Kosxonich. Nohring. Cook. Darling. Nelson. Stadtmueller. Second Row: Mr. Breose. Zelmer, Koch Welkos Genrich. Grover. Kokke. Schmidt Goodwin. MasloH First Row: Fronch. Kohrt. Gilbertson. Gorges. Phillip Grade Heisinger, Shafer. Krueger. ORGANIZATION: The men's and women's glee clubs were incorporated into the choir in 1930. PURPOSE: To advertise the college and provide music for school functions. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Membership is open to any person who shows some vocal ability. ADVISER: Mr. J. A. Breese. ACTIVITIES: As part of their annual tour the choir sang at Weyauwega, Wautoma, and Stevens Point. They also sang at a session of the International Relations Club Conference. Yearly they give an assembly and sing at Commencement. Members have always sung in the "Messiah" and in the "Stabat Mater." MEMBERS: Sopzano Jennie Zelmer Helen Welkos Charlotte Gorges Fern Genrich Gen Phillip Elizabeth Rassmussen Helen Schaub Patricia Koch Jane Gilbertson Janet Kohrt Diane Grover Beverly Oleson Alto Phyllis Heisinger Lucille Grade Digna Kokke Jeanne Shafer Bette Masloff Jean Goodwin Lorraine Schmidt Margaret Krueger Joan Clark Alice Colburn Ten or John Allen Will Hyde George Hildebrant Hugh Otten John Freund Walter Lartz Kenneth Meyers Richard Krajewski Bass John Nelson Kenneth Darling Prescott Cook Arlow Bartelt Carl Ubbelohde Dailey Cornwell Richard Kessenich Earl Nehring William Klammer Kermit Jones LaVerne Zwickey Thomas Saterstrom Richard Stadtmueller Choir I j 97 _____________________________-Second Row: Pagel. Clute Koll. Kessenich Grover Kubsh Caromohas. First Row: Gorman, Butt, Weigel. Jorgens. Crissey. Colburn. Patch. Gralow. Second Row: Stadtmueller. Braun. Fox. Ubbelohde Nelson. First Row: Clute. Schuster. Pagel. Karr. Felton. OVER TWENTY-ONE by Ruth Gordon ADVISER: Miss Maysel Evans. CAST: IAN LUPTON ROY LUPTON PAULA WHARTON MAX WHARTON ROBERT DREXEL GOW AN ELDERLY GENT MRS. ARMINA GATES COLONEL H. C. FOLEY MRS. FOLEY JOEL I. NIXON MISS MANLEY LaVon Pagel Richard Stadtmueller Catherine Karr .................... Thurman Fox John Nolson ............... Quentin Braun Botty Lou Patch Carl Ubbelohde ................. Virginia Clute William Folton Paulene Schuster PRODUCTION STAFF: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ................................... Diana Caramehas STAGE MANAGER Edward Gunz ASSISTANTS TO STAGE MANAGER Richard Kessenich. Dick O'Connor ELECTRICIAN Royal Tice BUGLER Clarence Bittner PROPERTIES ......................... Gen Phillip. Betty lane Schneider, Alton Bernhardt. Yvonne Padlosak. Ruth Taylor. PUBLICITY MANAGER Jacqueline Bettin BUSINESS MANAGER Diane Grover ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGrR Lois Thackray. Christino Miller. Botty Sherrod Beverly Oleson Olive Nachtwey. Phyllis Treptow Alice Colburn. Players 98Alethean First Place Kappa Gamma Sponsors Lambda Chi Second Place Phoenix Third Place ORGANIZED in 1931. SPONSOR: Kappa Gamma Society. PURPOSE: To promote dramatic activities among societies. ADVISER: Miss Evans. PLAYS AND CASTS: Alethean "The Project” Lorraine Bagley BELINDA Virginia Clute MYRTLE ................................................... loan Clark LUC1LE Ruth Heilsberg EMOGENE Priscilla Sullivan GERTRUDE Evolyn Johnson DELIA Audrey Woldt RADIO VOICES Marjorie Morrison. Paul Doering. Catherine Karr Lambda Chi "Laugh and the World Laughs With You” Paulene Schuster JERRY COURTLAND Paulene Schuster DAN JAMESON Wilbur Sperling DOT JAMESON ........................................... Shirley Lange BETTE ............................................... Charlotte Gorges LOU Jeanette Cowling LORRIE Phyllis Sielatt Phoenix "The Last Frontier” Adelaide C. Rowell MRS. MACRAE Helen Welkos BARBARA Beverly Oleson MRS. GRAY Alice Hammer JERRY LaVon Pagel DORIS Hazel WolH KATE Delores Strahota Play Contest 99I Men’s Athletics Physical training was a hobby with President George S. Albee. Regular classes in calisthenics were taught by Martha Hazard, teacher of drawing and penmanship, from 1871 to 1875. The classes were continued under the direction of Mortimer Park, teacher of bookkeeping, until 1878. The procedure for the next ten years can best be described in President Albee's own words: After successively inefficient years in calisthenics and ineffectual efforts to secure a realization of specific needs of physical training, the Oshkosh Normal students and president agreed to contribute voluntarily to the entire support of a teacher of gymnastics, and for five years regular and efficient teachers were employed by us to carry on the work. At the close of this period, the Board of Regents appropriated S250 for this purpose; but the Oshkosh students, not deeming the sum sufficient for their needs, continued to add a like amount annually for the sustaining of a worthy work. In 1888, the Board of Regents engaged a full time Director of Gymnasium and Teacher of Hygiene and appropriated $5,000 for the building of a gymnasium. As soon as work on the gymnasium was completed all gymnastic classes moved from the attic room under the eaves of the main building where they had been conducted. Locker rooms and bathing facilities were added to the building in 1891 at the cost of $500, a sum contributed wholly by the student body. By 1907 there was a need for a new and larger gymnasium. For this purpose S40.000 was appropriated. and the building was completed in 1909, the second largest gymnasium in the state. The equipment of the new gymnasium consisted of the most up-to-date apparatus. By this time, two full time women instructors had charge of both men's and women's gymnastics. The first two engaged for this purpose were Margaret Fischer and Pauline Bromberg. Each student was required to have one year of physical education. The Board of Regents voted to engage a doctor for physical examinations. A Men's Director of Physical Education was engaged in 1912. With a growing student body the need was apparent. Up to this time, the coaching of the men's football, basketball and track teams had always been done by a faculty member, usually a mathematics teacher. By 1923. an assistant men's director was employed who had charge of the training school boys and helped with the coaching. The physical education directors in 1943-44 had a twofold task. They carried out the physical training Champion Basketball Team, 1920-1921 Champion Football Team, 1920-1921Men’s Athletics program which Coach Kolf had organized for the 96th College Training Detachment. They also carried on the limited athletic program of the college. Coach Kolf served in the Navy during this period. Football-Basketball Introduced The first football team was organized in 1894 under the direction of R. L. Morse and made an excellent record, but the sport lapsed until it was revived in 1905. In 1911 the college began to award letters and the "O" Club was started. Again the interest in football waned. In 1926 a rule was adopted by this college barring freshman from playing on the varsity team and two years later the rule was extended to include all professional players. In 1931 the freshman rule was rescinded, but the Teachers College Conference adopted a nonprofessional rule that applied to all the colleges. In 1900 the men first began playing basketball. Interest in the game has grown steadily. In January 1913 the first Fox River Valley Basketball Tournament was held in our gymnasium. The same year Oshkosh held the title as state basketball champions. Track and Field Meets Held In the winter of 1912 the first of several indoor track and field meets for high school students was given. Eber Simpson establish- Champion Football Team. 1935 Champion Basketball Team, 1936-1937 ed three interscholastic records for the 30-yard dash, 30-yard low hurdles, and 30-yard high hurdles. Arlie Mucks put the twelve-pound shot 55 feet 9 inches, bettering by 2l 2 feet the previous world's record held by W. W. Coe of Boston. In 1912 he was sent to compete as a discus thrower in the Olympics games. Tennis was popular since 1896, when a tournament for both men and women was held. The school now has six concrete tennis courts on the campus. Athletic Field Acquired Until recently athletics had been handicapped by the lack of an adequate playing field. On February 1, 1939, articles of incorporation were filed with the county register of deeds for a non-profit organization whose purpose was to acquire land for an athletic field. A ten acre tract was secured in the northern part of the city with an appropriation of $2,500 from the state and a contribution of $3,800 from the alumni and students. W.P.A. labor was used in part for developing the field. It is now inclosed in a six-foot woven wire fence, has a one-fourth mile cinder track, a 220-yard straight away, and a concrete grandstand with a seating capacity for twelve hundred. An athletic field is one of the most needed things for a college interested in sports. May it symbolize our true interest!THE TITANS Capt°in Bernard Va nCar°P Oshkosh 0 Stevens Point Opponents 12 0 Watertown 25 14 Watertown 25 18 Whitewater 6 1 Won Lost 3 Second Row: Mand Klammer, Gunz, Freund, Lewis. Erban Darling. Peterson, VanCamp. Borndt. Coach Bulfer. First Row: Sperling, Bergnor. Doering. Marsh. Ernst, Haase. Wyman, Schmirler. Glaeser. Albright. Fuller.Football The Titans from Oshkosh returned to the gridiron! That is the most important feature of the football season. The team was outmanned, outweighed, and lacked experience, but they had the spirit, and they tried. Football, a casualty of the war, returned with the first post-war college year. The "Pointers' from Stevens Point provided the first game of the season. The game was a tough one. The statistics showed Oshkosh ahead, way ahead, but the score read: Stevens Point—12. Oshkosh—0. Two displays of power by the "Pointers" produced touchdowns that the Titans failed to match. On October 6, the Titans traveled to Watertown to meet the heavy, experienced Northwestern College squad. Northwestern capitalized on long runs to score four touchdowns, and they completed two conversions for 26 points. Oshkosh could only come close. In the last quarter. Ernst ran for fifty yards, but Northwestern tightened and stopped the offensive a foot from the goal line. Northwestern visited Oshkosh for a return game. The game belonged to Oshkosh, according to the statistics, but the score read 25-14, with Northwestern as the winner. Oshkosh lead at the half, 7-0, by virtue of a ninety yard interception by Norm Fuller. After the third quarter, Oshkosh still led, 7-6, but the Titans weakened. When Northwestern had crossed the goal line three more times, Oshkosh rallied enough to score one more touchdown on a pass from FuHer to Berndt. For the last game of the season, the Titans traveled to Whitewater to ruin a "Quaker" homecoming. The experience of the previous games showed through. The tackles were harder, the blocks cleaner, and the offensive was more alert. Fuller was again a leader on the offensive, backed by Erban's pass interception, and Schmirler's speed and capable blocking. John Freund and Gordon Haase were outstanding linesmen. The score ended with Titans conquering, 18-6. The 1945 season, under Coach Bulfer. was a start. Next year with increased enrollment, football should be at a peak of excellence. May Titans march on! 105I Basketball The basketball season came with big question marks. What was the caliber of our men? Would we have reserves? Would they be experienced? As if to answer these questions, some experienced basketball players and lettermen returned to college at the beginning of the second quarter. Former players such as Zarling, Jungwirth, and Leaman formed the nucleus for the team. Leaman was a letterman from the championship team. Sparkling new freshman were Erban and Moore. Under the able leadership of Coach Kolf, who returned from Navy service, these men were whipped together as a coordinated and balanced team. Twelve games were listed on the schedule, and the Titans went out with determination to make up for the football defeat. At the opening of the season, the Titans made a fine showing by winning five successive games. Oshkosh moved into early leads and was able to hold off opposing rallies in these games. Another factor that aided the Titans was the superlative height of Erban. Zarling, and Moore. The game played here with Ripon was perhaps the top game of the year in both excitement and excellence. After five straight victories, the downfall came. The Titans lost their first game to Whitewater; but to show that they did not gain a defeatist attitude, they won their next game which was played with Milwaukee. The Titans lost all the remaining games, with the exception of the one played with the Camp McCoy team. The Whitewater team was greatly aided by a skilled guard, Ahlf, in both games. At the end of the season, the record showed that the Titans won seven and lost five games. The members of the team played well. Among the outstanding players were Bill Jungwirth. Tom Moore, and Arnie Leaman. The only senior on the team, Arnie Leaman, was chosen captain. He was the balance wheel and the cohesive element. Although he will not return next year, the rest of the squad should be back with skill and experience. Next year should be better. Go Onward, Titans! 106THE TITANS Basketball results for season of 1945 46 Oshkosh Opponents 40 St. Norbert's 38 53 Chief Oshkosh 30 40 Ripon College 36 41 St. Norbert's 36 30 Whitewater 41 46 Milwaukee 36 46 Ripon College 53 31 Whitewater 33 58 Stevens Point 32 36 Camp McCoy 25 39 Stevens Point 46 35 Milwaukee 54 7 Won Lost 5 Coach Kolf, Leaman, Captain. Jungwirth. Berndt Zarling, Woess. Erban. Mooro. Ehrenhart. VanCamp. Rothenbach. Fuller. Stadtmueller. Manager. 107Intramurals Second Row: Krajewski. Pitz. Wesonberg. Watson. Zwickey. Coach Bulfor. First Row: Damrow. Sperling. Stadtmueller. Henning. BASKETBALL: Six teams played twice weekly. Societies were not organized until after the season had started, making it necessary to appoint captains and elect players. 46 men took part in basketball. INDIVIDUAL SCORINGS: Borsch 136 Bohlssen 40 Marsh 14 Sperling 116 Voight 34 Kessenich 12 Bergnor 112 Philpott 33 Stangel 12 Harmon 106 Prico 31 Johnson 12 Hendrickson 93 fohnston 29 Waite 11 Doering 85 Fround 29 Darling 11 Schmirlor 83 Bauer 27 Rico 9 Watson 78 Stadtmuollor 24 Hildebrandt 8 Albright 64 Burton 23 Nelson 7 Glick 52 Zwickey 23 Brandt 6 Damrow 51 Pitz 22 Krajewski 6 Miller 51 Ernst 20 Wcllso 5 Possin 45 Alton 16 Klammer 5 Wesenberg 44 Richards 16 Harrold 2 Honning 43 McCain 15 Schneider 2 Miller 1 Toam standings (final) Won Lost Pet. Rupturod Ducks 5 0 1.000 Supermon 8 3 .727 Rugged Runts 7 4 .636 Atoms 4 5 .444 Pationts 4 7 .363 Bright Lights 3 6 .333 Spark Plugs 1 7 .125 “Now toam, played in second round only OTHER SPORTS: Intersociety baseball started with four teams entered. Horseshoe Tournament and Tennis Tournament are getting under way. The track team has 20 men and 7 matches scheduled. The tennis squad has 11 men and 9 matches scheduled. The golf team has 6 men and 5 matches scheduled. The Intersociety Track and Field Meet was held on April 16-17, and it was won by the Periclean Society, with 65Vi points. Independents were second with 48' 2 points and Lyceum third with 12 points. Tom Moore had the highest individual score with 24 points; Thiel placed second with 22 Vi points. Schmirler was third with 15 points.Men’s Awards The following men have completed the requirements necessary to win a major football award: Albright, Arden Bergner, Donald Berndt. Merle Darling. Kenneth Doering, Paul Erban, Elmer Ernst, LaVerne Freund. John Fuller. Norman Glaeser, Don Gunz, Edward Haase, Gordon Klammer, William Marsh. Richard Petersen. Gerald Schmirler. John VanCamp, Bernard Wyman. Thomas Lewis, Leonard Mand, Donald (manager) 'Entered Armed Forces during or immediately alter the iootball season. Major letter winners in basketball: Leaman, Arnold. Captain Moore. Thomas Jungwirth, William Erban. Elmer Zarling, Arthur Ehrenhart, Russell VanCamp. Bernard Fuller, Norman Rothenbach, Ralph Berndt. Merle Weess, Byron Men’s Athletic Directors 1912 1918 Arthur Meyer 1918-1920 Arthur Strum 1920 1921 Chester Dillon 1921-1921 Harry Whitney 1921-1923 Howard Hancock 1923-1929 Howard Hancock and Robert Kolf 1929- 1930 Robert Kolf and Edward Hall 1930- 1931 Howard Hancock and Henry Jensen 1931-1938 Robert Kolf 1938- 1939 Robert Kolf and Edward Sacharski 1939- 1943 Robert Kolf (on leave of absence in the Navy) 1943-1943 William Bulfer 1943-1944 Fred Hein and Wesley Roels 1943-1945 Allison McCain 1945-1946 Robert Kolf and William Bulfer Football Team, 1912-13 State Tennis Champions, 1934Women’s Athletics From 1871 until the present, some form of athletics has boen provided for the women students. In the beginning tho athletic activities were open to both men and women under the direction of Miss Martha E. Hazard, who also taught drawing, penmanship, and calisthenics. Basketball Introduced Basketball was looked upon as a game in which only womon and girls could participate; and so in the winter of 1897-98 womon's basketball teams wore organized. In 1902 a freshman girls' basketball team, the Atlantas. playod and defoatod a girls' team from Ripon College. Basketball bocame oxtremely popular; and soon practically all women in college, from faculty down through the grades, were participating in the "Just too lovely for anything" game. basketball, baseball, and tennis. Between halves of tho homecoming gamo. tho girls stagod a football gamo of their own. A field hockey tournament was held, and a women's all-star basketball team was solected. In 1926 an Advisory Board was formed to mako plans for tho continuance of G. A. A. work. Miss Neff in 1927 originated the idea that tho G. A. A. was for girls who are primarily interested in sports and who could come out for at least two sports during the year. An honor coat and meritorius sorvico award were added to tho list of awards, and the practice of giving two points an hour for participation in various sports was established. New Gymnasium Opened In 1906 tho girls had a team that closed the season without a defeat after having met strong teams from Noonah. Apploton. and Milwaukee. Each winter there was an inter-class baskotball tournamont for which the girls organized six or eight teams. A silver cup was awarded to the winning team. In writing tho history of women's athletics, one can not overlook the costumes which almost complotoly concealed tho playors. To say the least, they were voluminous. Described as "simplo, comfortablo. and hygonic", they required from three to three and one-half yards of fifty-four inch material. One costume of that poriod could clothe a team of today and perhaps its substitute playors as well. Hockey and Indoor Baseball After the turn of the century women began to show an interest in various other sports. Hockey was introduced in 1906. and two teams played each other at Combination Park. Girls began to play indoor baseball for the first time in 1912; and in tho spring of 1915 a volley ball tournament was held. The Girls' Gymnastic Society was founded in 1913 to defray girls' athletic oxpenses. It was soon reorganized as the Girls' Athletic Association, which was the forerunner of the present Womon's Athletic Association The Girls' Athletic Association adopted a constitution providing for the giving of points to oncourago active participation in tho various sports ofiorod. The points counted toward G.A.A. pins. "O's”. and white sweaters. In 1925 the girls proved their versatility in athletics. Inter-class tournaments were held in hockey, volley ball. In the autumn of 1929 the new womon’s gymnasium was opened in the training school building. Activities sponsored by tho G. A. A. woro horseback riding and bowling. Dancing and swimming woro also included among the recreational activities ofiorod to women off campus. In tho late 1930’s its name was changed to the Women's Athletic Association. A list of the physical education instructors for women is as iollows; 1871-1875 Martha E. Hazard 1876-1878 Mortimer T. Park 1888-1890 Mary S. Dunn 1890- 1891 Theodora A. Hooker 1891- 1894 Helen A. Woods 1894-1897 Julia Marvin 1897-1899 Bessie Tower 1899- 1900 Elizabeth Stonor 1900- 1902 Susanne Look 1902-1907 Grace Shepardson 1907- 1908 Margaret Fischer 1908- 1912 Margaret Fischor and Paulino Bromberg 1912-1914 Hester Carter and Mable Lane 1914-1916 Mable Lane and Anna Palm 1916-1918 Mable Lane and Mario Hydo 1918- 1919 Ruth Milne and Elva Gates 1919- 1921 Ruth Milne and Thorosa Staatz 1921- 1922 Ruth Milne and Louise Neuman 1922- 1923 Ruth Milne and Marion Riley 1923- 1924 Marion Riley 1924- 1928 Gaynell Neff 1928-1930 Charlotte Bonnoy 1930-1936 Gladys Perkerson 1936- Cecillo Jean Barnett Girls' Basketball Team, 1906 Girls' Athletics, 1919W. A. A. Organization Third Row: Root. Lust. Johnson. Obersladt Straight. Zolmor. Gralow. Socond Row: Fronch, Radtko, Kamps. Goick. Woigel. Bofinger. Davis. First Row: WolH, Latondress. Kirchstein B. Koch D. Koch Stone. Herzberg. ORGANIZATION: 1938. PURPOSE: To provide recreational opportunities and facilities for the women in college. OFFICERS ADVISER __ Miss Barnett PRESIDENT _ Maralyn Straight VICE-PRESIDENT - Hazel Wolff SECRETARY ... _... „ Joan Goick TREASURER .. Gertrude Huebner MEMBERS: All women in college who pay a membership fee of twenty five cents. ACTIVITIES: Fall Mixer. Women's Basketball Tournament.Women’s ALETHEAN Second row: James, Shaefer, Friedrich, Bock-finger. McCulloch. First row: R. Heilsberg, Johnston, Fitzgerald, Sullivan. DELTA PHI Second row: Pittler, Lueck, Oberstadt, Johnson, Hechel. First row: Frye. King, Albl. GAMMA SIGMA Second row: Phillip, Morrissey, Nelson, P. Koch, Kuborn. First row: Tracy, Gruber, Heilsberg. KAPPA GAMMA Second row: Davis, Alhorn, Gandt, Wentzel, Zelmer. First row: Wislinsky. Dimpfl. Braatz, Henke, Goick. 112BASKETBALL LAMBDA CHI Second row: Thackray, Heise, Huebner, Leider, Cowling. First row: Lange, Grade, Durben, Halle. PHOENIX Second row: Peterson, Radtke. Koller. Kamps, Straight. First row: Hintz, Mechelke, Wolff. ALPHA CHI Second row: Wood, Krudwig, Palecek, Steffes. First row: Horn, Schmidt, Weigel. 113W. A. A. SPORTS Games and sports provide wise use for leisure time. The Women's Athletic Association makes it possible for every woman on the campus to maintain her health through recreational games. It provides an opportunity for each woman to acquire skill in games and sports and for competition with one another in a spirit of friendly rivalry. Of all the games in which women participate, basketball is the most outstanding . While some games such as badminton and bowling have not been played each year, basketball has always been enjoyed. In 1931, W.A.A. organized the intersociety basketball tournament. The tournament games were played each year during the Spring months. The basketball tournament winners were: 1932— W.A.A 1933— W.A.A. 1934— Phoenix 1935— Delta Phi 1936— Alethean 1937— Gamma Sigma 1938— Gamma Sigma 1939— Gamma Sigma 1940—Alpha Chi In the following years, the tournament games have been played too late in the school year for the winners to have been mentioned in that year's annual. 114 Tumbling Archery VolleyballWOMEN’S AWARDS In order to encourage general participation in athletic activities, the Women's Athletic Association presents a series of awards. The only W.A.A. awards for the 1945-46 school year were given in connection with the basketball tourna ment. The team which won the intersociety basketball tournament for this year was Phoenix. Delta Phi won second place, while Alethean finished the tournament in third place. The school letter, an "O,'' was presented to the basketball team which displayed the best sportsmanship throughout the tournament. The Alphi Chi team received this award. An "O" was also awarded to all members of the team that won the basketball tournament. The Phoenix members who received the "O's” were: Shirlee Peterson Dorothy Radtke Dorothy Koller Delores Kamps Maralyn Straight Delorise Hintz Ruth Mechelke Hazel Wolff 115 T umbling Bars Dancing AINU bugle corps 'he V j Tw satIV Pharris. P W. E. Tress (4). ' WORLD W College Tr« Lt. R. M. A G. M. Miles, Houle. 2nd Lt. CapJ 'Otti mm v udets of the 961 hment (5); Officers ------4 Jr.. L ™ Lt. E. Aj (9);v Additioi P Houle. 2nd Lt. C. . Johnson (97; AdOitn to 9. Lt. J. Fuchs. Warrant .Officer (j J. H. Wallace. ‘Major R. F Hartmany S. F. Wittman and flights ndfn Qi r 9k TOWARD PEACE: A meritan Leg ion band at Oshkosh Convention Northwestern Roundtable at IRC Convention (6). •Commanding Officers.WAR YEARS Oshkosh State Teachers College has gone into war three times with the nation of which it is a part; and three times it has come out again to resume its normal function of training teachers for a nation at peace. The length of each war can be used as an index to the degree in which it influenced life at the college. Thus the war with Spain was a short war: it began and ended in 1898. It did not greatly influence life on the campus. The United States was drawn into World War I in 1917. The war extended through just one full academic year. World War II was longer. Three full academic years passed between Pearl Harbor and V-J Day. That war affected life at the college more profoundly than did either of the other two. The Civil War ended six years before students began attending classes at Oshkosh. It left a legacy in the person of Professor L. W. Briggs, who was a veteran of that war. He joined the faculty in 1878, and for forty-three years was one of its more colorful personalities. The War with Spain When the war with Spain began a company was formed which was composed of students of the Normal and young men of the city. George Overton, then a student and now living on a farm near Oshkosh, was acting captain of the company. The company drilled three times a week in preparation for possible service. The company was not called into service. The six former students who entered the Army during the war were: Charles Clemans. Company B, Oshkosh, a brother of Professor Earl Clemans. Charles Clemans died in the Military Hospital at Ponce, Puerto Rico, August 16. 1898, of typhoid fever. Raymond Tonnesen, Company B, Oshkosh. Died of typhoid fever following the war. Gustav Rousseau, Company C, Sheboygan. Paul G. Miller, Company D, Ripon. Albert H. Haberkorn, Company E. Fond du Lac. Charles Church. Company B, Allenville. As nearly as can now be determined, it appears that no student left school in order to join the army. One veteran of that war, Professor Earl A. Clemans. later became a member of the faculty. He joined the faculty in 1906 and remained until his retirement in 1944. Soon after the United States declared war on Germany April 6. 1917. students in colleges everywhere began drilling in preparation for possible service. On our campus the Oshkosh Normal Military Company was formed, and was comparable to any other student organization. Here as elsewhere the students were not adequately equipped. The company had no uniforms, and it had only such arms as could be secured locally. It did not lack enthusiasm, and it did give its members training in what a soldier of that day needed to know. It had three student officers and three student non-commissioned officers. Its faculty adviser was Mr. Forrest R. Polk, now president of the college. The semicentennial bulletin states that three faculty members, 415 students and alumni entered the war and fifteen men died while in service. 1917 Oshkosh Normal Military Company Mr. Polk at end 1898 Tent 6, Co. A, 31st Michigan Volunteer Mr. Clemans centerWAR YEARS The Student Army Training Corps The rapidly expanding army needed officers. The army turned to the colleges for help. Units of the Student Army Training Corps were formed on campuses everywhere. The Oshkosh unit came into being October 1, 1918. The war ended six weeks later, and the unit was dissolved December 27 of the same year. During its existence it was composed of ninety-eight students who, in order to become members, enlisted in the army. It was officered by a captain and three lieutenants of the United States Army. After the war closed Oshkosh Normal was chosen as a training center to which disabled veterans were sent under the Rehabilitation Act. The first veteran assigned under the act arrived in the spring of 1919. During the next academic year the number rose to twenty, and in 1920-21 seventy veterans were assigned. Most of the veterans took work in the Industrial Arts Department. World War II Approaches In 1939 a Civilian Pilot Training Program was set up at Oshkosh to teach young men and women to fly. Ground training was provided at the college and consisted of instruction in meteorology, aircraft design and control, theory of flight, and civil air regulations. The students were given a minimum of thirty-five hours of instruction in flying at the airport. With the coming of war the program was continued, but its nature and purpose were changed. It was now geared to the war effort, and its purpose was to train recruits for the army and navy air corps. During the war the 96th College Training Detachment (Air Crew) was stationed at the college. The detachment was the one most important project in support of the war undertaken at the college. The number of soldiers in the detachment at times exceeded the number of civilian students attending classes at the college. The permanent organization included six officers and thirteen enlisted men of the United States Army. The first contingent of 400 aviation students arrived March 28, 1943. The detachment remained at the college throughout the academic year of 1943-44. The soldiers were housed and fed in the Training School building, which was known simply as the barracks. Few civilians were premitted to enter the barracks, but those who did saw that it in no way resembled a training school. Altogether 1261 aviation students received training in the detachment. The Quiver Staff has undertaken to prepare a list of students and former students of the college who served in the armed forces of the nation during the war. That list, as the Quiver now goes to press, contains the names of forty-one men who died while in service of their country, one who is still reported as missing in action, and 1365 others who were members of the armed forces. Veterans on the College Faculty Fourteen men now on the faculty are war veterans. Only two of these, Mr. Robert M. Kolf and Mr. Frederick L. Caudle are veterans of both world wars. The veterans of World War I are President Forrest R. Polk. Mr. Robert J. Grant, Dr. E. B. Pfefferkorn, Mr. J. A. Breese, Mr. N. Peter Nelson, and Dr. Ralph A. Norem. Mr. Robert G. Neumann, Dr. Raymond Ramsden, Dr. Willis R. Boss. Dr. Ernest O. Thedinga. Dr. Burton E. Karges, and Mr. William Bulfer are veterans of World War II. 1944 96th College Training Detachment 1946 . R. C. Convention Northwestern RoundtableVeterans of Oshkosh State Teachers College ORGANIZATION: Began September 1945. PURPOSE: To assist the College in fulfilling its mission, and to promote the general welfare of its student veterans. QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP: Veterans of the Armed Services become members upon enrollment in the College. OFFICERS: Adviser......................................................F. L. CAUDLE President .............................................JOHN G. SCHMIRLER Vice-President .....................................BERNARD O. VANCAMP Secretary-Treasurer .......................................HUGH T. OTTEN ACTIVITIES: Monthly and special meetings are held. War souvenirs were collected and exhibited at the Boston Store and at the College Library. MEMBERS: Membership increased from 15 at the start of the first quarter of the 1945-46 year to 193 during the third quarter. Fourth Row: Voight. Borsch. Murphy. Otton, Roller. Dickmann. Radtlce. Litras. Van Camp. Third Row: Watson. lorabok. Stowe, Kuhnz. Konyon, Stangel, Larson. Mr. Caudle. Second Row: Ubbelohde. Damrow. Lautonschlager. Schmirlor. Fuller. Patterson. Possin. Lichtluss. First Row: Jungwirth. Rueckert. Mand. Bittner. Labudde. Jr., Erban. Thiol. Marsh. Philpott. 120Standing: Mr. Richard A. Bockor, Mis Ruby Wyman, Mr. F. L. Caudlo. Dr. R. Ramsdon. Mrs. Kathryn Wonio. Mr. E. M. Paulu. Mrs. Lorraino lorabck. Seated: Mr. John M. Frooman, Mr. Robert M. Busha. Oshkosh. Wisconsin The first votoran processed. VETERANS’ GUIDANCE Oshkosh Guidance Center Veterans Administration On January 26th application was made by President Polk for a Veterans Administration Guidance Center to be established on this campus. On March 7th the Center was opened and the first veteran received counseling and guidance. Any veteran of World War II who lives in the Oshkosh area and who is eligible either for the benefits of the G. I. Bill of Rights or Public Law 16 (Vocational Rehabilitation Bill for Disabled Veterans) may take advantage of the special facilities available at the Center and receive counseling which will help him to select the occupation he is best fitted to pursue, for which there is a current demand. The Guidance Center, one of nine in Wisconsin, is located on the ground floor of the Science Building. It is expected that the unit will be expanded and that it will be in operation for at least a year and a half. In addition to the staff members pictured above, various members of the college faculty will be called in to assist in the administration of some aspects of the guidance program. PERSONNEL Mr. John M. Froeman. Chiof of Oshkosh Guidance Contor Mr. E. M. Paulu, Director of Counseling Mr. Richard A. Becker, Training Officor Mr. F. L. Caudle, Counselor Dr. R. Ramsdon. Counselor Mr. James H. Poarson. Tostor Mrs. Kathryn Wonio. Socrotary to Mr. Freeman Mrs. Lorraine Jorabek. Secretary to Mr. Paulu Miss Ruby Wyman. Secretary to Training Officer 121 -International Relations CONFERENCE OFFICERS President ................ Vice-President............ Corresponding Secretary.. Recording Secretary....... Treasurer................. Endowment Representative Adviser................... .........WILBUR SPERLING (Oshkozh) DOROTHY STONECIPHER (MacMurray) ...CHARLOTTE NEMACHECK (Oshkosh) .........VIRGINIA NAMEE (Nazareth) ...............MARY KUBSH (Oshkosh) ...................LEON B. WOLCOTT .........RALPH A. NOREM (Oshkosh) The members of the International Relations Club had been working for months. Now, as evening approached on Thursday, March 7. everything was in readiness. True, the members of Delta Phi and Iota Alpha Sigma were still in the women's gymnasium putting the finishing touches to the decorations for the dance. The reception committee, however, was in the college office ready to receive the delegates. Daily Cornwell, chairman of the committee, had everything under control. Virginia Clute and Kay Karr had found rooms for all delegates. Tickets and programs had been printed. Everyone was confident, but none more so than the scintillating figure of Wilbur Sperling. Before the evening wore out, most of the delegates had arrived. The morrow would bring a fine spring day! The Fifteenth Mid-West International Relations Clubs Conference would be a success! When students and delegates awoke the next morning, they discovered to their surprise that it was not a fine "spring" day such as everyone had anticipated. The wind had risen during the night, and snow was falling. Yes, it was a snow storm, and it continued to increase in intensity throughout the day. At first, the snow storm did not exert much influence over the conference. The first session was called to order on schedule. President Polk and Wilbur Sperling extended their greetings, and Dorothy Stonecipher responded for the visitors. Professor Luther Zelmer of Platteville spoke briefly and humorously on Chief Oshkosh and Paul Bunyan. The delegates then separated into three groups for the first session of the round table discussions. 122Conference At noon, the storm tightened its grip upon the conference. The high wind and drifting snow made it difficult for the delegates to get to the Algoma Methodist Church, where the luncheon was held, and still more difficult to get back to the college for the afternoon sessions. By nightfall, traffic in the ciy was almost at a standstill. Transporting the delegates both to and from the Athearn Hotel for the banquet was a major operation, calling forth a fine cooperative spirit on the part of all who had cars. It was nine o'clock before everyone was back in the Little Theater for the evening session. The much-anticipated dance began at ten-thirty and proved to be a perfect ending for the first day of the conference. The conference was sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The purpose of the Endowment is to promote world peace. To that end, it seeks to bring together students from different colleges to talk over problems that are international in scope and to explore means to amicable settlement and peace. The round tables, in which the delegates came prepared to participate, constituted the heart of the conference. There were three of these, and each round table held three sessions. In each session, the discussion was of a high order. For conference speaker, the Endowment chose Dr. Franklin D. Scott of Northwestern University. He spoke at the Friday evening session on "The Impact of the United States on World Affairs." It had been planned to present the Apollo Male Singers at this session. but not enouqh of the singers were able to get through the storm to make this possible. The loss of this item was the only casualty of the storm. Saturday morning dawned briqht and clear, and the conference went off as scheduled. At the business meetinq, the delegates accepted the invitation of Butler University. Indianapolis, Indiana for the 1947 conference. The conference was attended by 183 visiting delegates from forty-one colleges in Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, and Indiana. ARRANGEMENT COMMITTEES Housing ..............................................................VIRGINIA CLUTE. KAY KARR Food .....................................................................................MARJORIE MILLER Reception .....................................................DAILEY CORNWELL. ALBERT CRISSEY Rocreat!on .............................................................JANET KOHRT. GEN PHILLIP Decorations ....................................SHIRLEY BOYE. DOLORES PITTLER. MERIEL GRALOW Printing ..................................................BERNADETTE DURBEN. CLARENCE BITTNER Publicity .................................................................................WILLIAM FELTON Speaker's Table at the l.R.C. Banquet 123"They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them." Marvin K. Boiler; Private. Army Tank Corps. Mrs. lane Boiler. Route 1. Oshkosh Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Boiler. 403 Mt. Vernon Street. Oshkosh, Wisconsin. John Burger; Lieutenant, AAF. Son of Mr. Art Burger. 233 Gillett Street. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin, lames W. Busheo; Second Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bushee. 110 Polk Street. N. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin. Gerald R. Case: Second Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Case, now living in California. Charlos Ceronsky; Captain. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Ceronsky. 239 Clermont Street. Antigo. Wisconsin. Frank Crane; Staff Sergeant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crano. 1214-9th Street. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Melvin Koith Davis; Lieutenant. AAF. Mrs. Melvin Keith Davis. Milwaukee. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Davis, 72 Grand Avenue. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Wilbert Dunn; Second Lioutonant. Army. Mrs. Wilbert Dunn. Merrill. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Dunn. 180 E. Johnson Street. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin. Edward Erickson; Second Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Erickson, Waukau. Wisconsin. Norman W. Ewald; Corporal. Army. Mrs. Holon Bernhard Ewald. 202 High Street. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ewald. Route 2. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin. George E. Fenn; Lioutonant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Fenn. 34 Union Streot. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Mark E. Fitzgerald; Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Fitzgerald. Manawa. Wisconsin. Maurico Fitzgerald; Ensign. Navy Air Corps. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fitzgorald. 449 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Earl Brice Fuller: Radioman First Class. Navy Air Corps. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Fuller. 214 Prospect Avonue. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Roland D. Hahn; Lioutonant j.g.. Navy Air Corps. Son of Mrs. Amalia Hahn. Manawa. Wisconsin. Arthur Hyde; Captain. AAF. Mrs. Ruth Hydo. 202 Lake Drive. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Son ol Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hyde. 209 Lake Drive. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. David S. Johnson: Lieutenant. Army Tank Corps. Mrs. Marjorie Johnson. 405 Wisconsin Avonue. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Johnson. 623 Jackson Drive. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Jamos Kenny Kimball; Lieutonant. Marines. Mrs. Virginia Krueger Kimball. 409 Vine Street. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kimball. 167 Pearl Street. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Leslie Kornowske: Lioutenant. Army. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kornowske. Allouez. Wisconsin. Glenn K. Lambert; Second Lieutenant. AAF. Mrs. Marion Lambert. 180 Waugoo Street. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Lambert. 71 Powers Avonue. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. David Lem; Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lem. 114 Jefforson Avonue. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. 124 (L. Binyon) Stanley C. Marsh; Lieutenant. Navy Air Corps. Mrs. Margaret Marsh. Corpus Christi. Texas. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Marsh. 208 Elmwood Avenue. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Donald McCallon; Army. Brother of Marjorie McCallon. 334 W. New York Avenue. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Milton McCoy; Private. Army. Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. McCoy. 411 Indiana Avenue. N. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin. William J. McGowan: Second Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGowan, now living at Alhambra. California. Robert D. Nash; Socond Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mrs. Harry C. Nash. 72 Control Avenuo. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Duane Nelson: Second Lieutenant. AAF. Mrs. Duane Nelson. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Nolson. now living in Arizona. Robert O'Callahan: Ensign. Navy Air Corps. Son of Mrs. Harriet O'Callahan. 197 Parkway. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Bruce Petri; Navy. Son of Mrs. A. J. Potri. 11 Howard Street. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin. Frederick Reed Roimors; Second Lieutonant. Army Field Artillery. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Reimors. 495 Washington Boulevard. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Ludlow E. Richter; Lieutenant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ludlow Richter. Washington Island. Wisconsin. Norman J. Schmitz; Lieutenant j.g.. Navy Air Corps. Mrs. Anna Schmitz. Malone. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. Joseph Schmitz. Taycheedah. Wisconsin. John A. Sullivan; Major. AAF. Mrs. John A. Sullivan. Kaukauna. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Sullivan. Columbus. Wisconsin. Harrison A. Talbot; Private First Class. Marino Corps. Son of Mrs. Jessie L. Talbot. Detroit. Michigan, and Mr. Harry A. Talbot. Rice Lake. Wisconsin. Willard Thorson; Sergeant. AAF. Mrs. Willard Thorson. Milwaukee. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thorson, Rural route. Wittonberg. Wisconsin. Nile F. Timmerman; Flight Officor. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Timmerman. Routo 3. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Duane L. Trettin; Technician 4th Grade. Army. Son of Mrs. August Trettin. Bay Viow Park. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Morton Welton: Lioutonant. AAF. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton E. Wolton. 554 Main Stroet. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. John Henry Werner; Lioutonant. AAF. Son of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Wernor. 19 Woods Place. Fond du Lac. Wisconsin. Wayne Winans: Lieutenant. Army. Son of Mr. John Winans and nephew of Miss Isabol Buckstaff. 82 Merritt Street. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. Robert H. Zwicky; Second Lioutenant. Army. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Horbort W. Zwicky. 65 Parkway. Oshkosh. Wisconsin. MISSING IN ACTION Robert B. O'Kon; Aviation Ordnanco 1C. Navy Air Corps. Mrs. Holcn O'Kon. Route 2. Berlin. Wisconsin. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis O'Kon, Route 2. Borlin. Wisconsin.U. S. SERVICE LIST The following list contains the names of students who have been or are in various branches of the armed forces of our nation. Undoubtedly it is incomplete, in spite of every effort to avoid omissions. NAME RANK Abrahamson, Charles G Ackerberg, Carl......... Ackerman, Walter C.... 'Ackermann. William______ Adams, Edward........... Ainsworth, William...... Allan. Bernard.......... Allen, Clarence......... 'Allen, David K.......... "Allen, Furman........... 'Allen, James............ Allen. Ralph............ Allon, William M........ Allendor, Floyd......... Allhisor. LeRoy......... •Aim, William............ Andorson. Douglas....... Andorson, Emil G....... Andorson, Kenneth....... 'Anderson. Silas. Jr..... "Angor. Edgar R.......... 'Anger, Enid............. 'Anger. Thomas B......... Angle, Donovan.......... Ansorge, Robort......... Anunson, Howard......... 'Arndt, Oscar. Jr........ 'Arvoy, Josoph........... Aspatoro. Edward........ 'Atwood. Earl............ Atwood. James........... +Averbeck. Ernst B....... 'Awe, David.............. 'Awe, James.............. .................Corporal ..Hospital Apprentice 1C ,................Corporal ...............Lieutenant ...............Lieutenant ...............Lieutenant ..................Private .............Sergeant 1C ................Lieutenant. ...............Lieutenant. ...............Soaman 2C. ..................Private. .................Captain. ................Corporal. ...........StaH Sergeant. ..............Private 1C .........2nd Lieutenant. ....................CB.M. .....Technical Sorgoant. Photographer's Mato 3C. ...........Technician 3G. ................Sergeant. ...Chief Warrant Officer. ................Corporal. ..................Privato. .........Aviation Cadet. ......Chiof Potty Officor. ................Corporal, ................Sorgoant ...........Lioutonant j.g.. ...............Seaman 1C. ..............Private 1C. ........Torpedoman Mate. ................Sergeant. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army Medical Corps.......279 Jackson Dr„ Oshkosh ..Navy.........................93 High St.. Oshkosh ..Army....................148 W. Irving St„ Oshkosh ..Army....................175 Gillett St., Fond du Lac . .Army.............632 Illinois Avo.. N. Fond du Lac .. AAF.........................Lakoviow. Minnesota ..Army.....................542 E. Main St.. Waupun ..Army......................Oakwood Beach, Oshkosh ..Army...................47 Mt. Vernon St.. Oshkosh . .Army.....................................Allenvillo ..Navy........................90 Central Ave., Oshkosh ..Army..........................121 Otter St.. Oshkosh ..Army Enginoors..............90 Control Avo., Oshkosh ..Army...................................Long Lako . .Army........................................Shawano ..Army....................569 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh ..Marinos................1012 Nebraska St.. Oshkosh ..Coast Guard..............502 St. Croix St„ Hudson ..AAF........................731 Forest St.. Antigo ..Navy........................665 Main St.. Oshkosh. ..Army Fire Control...........413-12th St.. Oshkosh . WACS........................21 Hazol St.. Oshkosh ..Navy........................21 Hazol St.. Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps..........R. 4. Box 211. Oshkosh .. Army..................................Winnoconno .. Navy.........................................Larsen ..Coast Guard...................31 Oak St.. Oshkosh ..AAF...................................New Franken ..Army...........1827 Third St.. Louisville. Kentucky ..Navy.............................134 Frederick Ave., Oshkosh ..Navy..........................134 Frodorick Ave.. Oshkosh ..AAF.............................R. 1. Fond du Lac ..Navy....................120 Franklin St.. Oshkosh ..Army....................120 Franklin St.. Oshkosh Badtko, Harvoy........... Baohr. Louis F........... Bahr. Raymond F.......... Baier. Armin............. Baird. Eugeno............ Baker. Robort H......... Ball. Howard G........... 'Balthazor, Albert........ Bamfroth. Ralph.......... Baranowski. John......... Baranowski. Walter....... Barker. Harold........... 'Barlow, Gilbert.......... Barnard. Enos............ Barnes. Martin........... 'Barnes. Robert........... 'Barnes. Robert W......... Barrett. Bryce........... Barrington. Wallace Ray Bartels. Warren.......... Bartelt. Calvin.......... Bartz, Frank............. Bartz. Molvin............ Batterman. Kenneth....... Battorman. Marlon........ Batterman. William....... Bauer. Arthur............ iBauer. Clarence.......... Bauor. Douglas........... ‘Baxter. Phillip.......... Beard. Hayward........... Bobow. Harry............. Bock. Frank B............ 'Bock. Petor A............ Beck. Walter............. .........Lieutenant ........Private 1C .....Lieutenant j.g. ...........Sergeant .....Staff Sergeant .........Lieutenant ..........Corporal ........Private 1C .......Commandor .........Commander ....2nd Lieutonant Technical Sorgoant ........Private 1C ..........Corporal ..........Sergeant .....Staff Sergeant ----Aviation Cadot Apprentice Seaman ...........Captain .............Private ..........Lieutonant .....Lieutenant j.g. .............Private ..........Lioutonant Technical Sergeant ....2nd Lieutonant ........Private 1C ...........Corporal ... .Aviation Cadet .........Lioutonant .....Staff Sorgoant , .Marines.................................Ripon .Army Medical Corps.....521 Wisconsin St., Berlin , .Army...................................Berlin .Navy Medical Corps.......293 Ceape St.. Oshkosh .Army.................................Fox Lake .Army..............................R. 4. Oshkosh .AAF................104 Lincoln Ave.. Tomahawk .AAF...............214 McKinley St.. Fond du Lac .Army..................567Vi Bowen St., Oshkosh .Navy L.T.A...............1706 Doty St.. Oshkosh .Navy Engineor............1706 Doty St.. Oshkosh .AAF..............614 W. Green Bay St.. Shawano .Army Ordnance..............413-12th St., Oshkosh Army.......................268 Scott St.. Oshkosh Army Signal Corps..........76 Parkway. Oshkosh .Army Entertainment...493 Jackson Drivo. Oshkosh AAF ........................220-10th St.. Oshkosh .AAF.................................R. 2. Owon .Navy................................Rodcpanito .Army.................1615 Nobraska St.. Oshkosh .Army.............................Campbollsport Army..............1210 Elm St.. Wisconsin Rapids .Army Medical Corps.....818 Atlantic St.. Appleton AAF....................187 Cherry Ave., Oshkosh .Navy..................187 Cherry Ave., Oshkosh .Army..................187 Cherry Ave.. Oshkosh .Army..................104 McKinley St.. Oshkosh AAF....................1429 Witzel Ave.. Oshkosh AAF........................236 Scott St., Oshkosh Army....................................Weyauwega Army...................100 Monroe Ave.. Oshkosh .AAF..........................R. 3, Fond du Lac .AAF.................................Eau Claire .AAF.......................51 Hazel St.. Oshkosh AAF.....................................Theresa Discharged +Post-war Students 125NAME Bocker. Earl G......... Becker. Gordon F....... Bocker. Richard........ ‘Becker. Robert D...... ‘Bockor. William....... Behnke. Charlos. Dr.. Bohnko. Goorgo......... ‘Boiser, Hartwoll...... ‘Bolongor. Robert...... Below. Donald Oscar Below. Kenneth......... Below, Ray............. Bont. Frederick....... Bergman. Honry B.... Bergestrom. Kenneth.. Borndt. Fritz.......... Berndt. George......... Borndt. Robort......... ♦Borsch. Merland....... ‘Boyor. Donald......... 'Beyer. William........ Biebor, Harold......... Bills. Fredrick........... Binder, Marcella....... Birdsall. Edsel H...... Bittner. Clarence W... Blake. Milton R........ 'Bloch. Robert W....... Bloch. William H....... ♦Boehm. Audrey......... 'Bohlman. Howard.... 'Bohlman. Lylo......... 'Bohlman. Norman.... ♦Bohlsson. Ralph....... Borchardt. Robort J.... Borsach. Ted S......... Borton. Thomas......... Botz. lamos Earl....... Bowen. Donald.......... Bradley. Howard........ Brady. John F.......... 'Braho. Thomas......... Brand. Donald.......... Brand. Marion.......... Brand. Robert.......... Brazeau. Francis....... ’Brooso, Stanton....... Breit. Ralph A......... ‘Brennan. Thomas....... Bronnoko. Howard.... Breu. Arthur........... Briggs. Rodnoy......... 'Brigham, Robert....... 'Brisbano. lamos....... Bro. Lyle.............. Brockman. Earl......... Broderich. Adrian.... Broosko. Oscar......... Bronson. Howard........... ;Brown. Leslio............ Brown. Norman.......... Brownleo. LeRoy........... Bruns. Donald B........ Brusius. Roderick...... Bublitz. David......... Bubolz. Danford........ Buchholz. John......... Buchholz. Robert....... Buchholz. Theodore A. ?Buchhop, Maurice...... Buckloy. William E... ‘Buerger. Carlton...... Buhr. Anthony A........ Bunker. Donald......... Bunion. James O........ Burger. Floyd.......... 'Burr. Guy............. 'Burr. James........... RANK Lioutenant j.g. .....Corporal -----Private 1C .....Corporal ,....Sorgeant .....Captain .....Captain .......Private ...Private 1C. .......Privat© Private 1C ............Captain ...........Corporal .........Lioutenant ............Private .........Private 1C ____2nd Lieutenant .........Lioutonant ............Captain ..........Corporal. .........Lieutenant. .........Privat©. ....StaH Sergeant. ......... Private 1C. ....Lieutenant j.g.. ........Lioutonant. ...........Captain. .........Aor. M 1C. ...Master Sergeant. ....Lioutonant J.g.. ....StaH Sorgoant. ........Lioutonant. ... .Aviation Cadot. Chief Petty OHicer. ........Lioutonant. ...........Private. ... Petty OHicer 3C. .......Private 1C. ....2nd Lioutonant. ........Lieutenant. .........Ensign. .........Ensign. ... .Lioutonant j.g.. .. .Flight Sergeant. .......Privato 1C. ..........Corporal. ..................Corporal ...................Privato ................Lieutenant ..................Sorgoant ..........StaH Sorgeant ..........Lioutonant j.g.. ..........Aviation Cadet ..................Corporal ..........Technician 3G .................Captain ..........StaH Sorgoant .............Privato 1C. ..........StaH Sorgeant. ...............Lieutenant. Hospital Apprentice 2C. ..........Lieutenant j.g.. ...............Lieutenant. ..........Lioutonant j.g.. ......Carpenter's Mato. .........Aviation Cadot. .............Private 1C. ..........Technician SG. ...............Lioutonant. ...............Lioutonant. .................Corporal. ..........Lieutenant J.g.. .............Firoman 1C. .................Sorgeant. ‘Discharged Post-war Students SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Navy....................121 E. Spring St.. Appleton . AAF...............261 E. Merrill Ave.. Fond du Lac .. AAF....................................Brilllon • Army.....................30 Doty St.. Fond du Lac • Army......................161 Grovo St.. Oshkosh ..Army Medical Corps_____133 Oakland Ave.. Oshkosh Army Medical Reserve.. 133 Oakland Avo.. Oshkosh ..Army.........................315 Van St., Noonah . AAF..................7 E. Now York Avo.. Oshkosh • Army......................364 Bowen St.. Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps.... 1641 Minnesota St.. Oshkosh ..Army..................1641 Minnesota St.. Oshkosh ..Army...................275 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh • Army........................70 9th St.. Clintonvillo ..Coast Artillory........705 Jackson Drive. Oshkosh ..Army.........................................R. 2. Shawano • Army........................21 9th Si.. Clintonville . Marine Signal Corps................628-17th St.. Oshkosh . AAF....................................Winnoconne . AAF......................194-3rd St.. Fond du Lac .-AAF......................194-3rd St., Fond du Lac ..Army.........................................Omro ..Army........................318 Lake Dr.. Oshkosh ..WACS.....................724 S. Park Ave.. Oshkosh ..AAF...................................14127th St.. Oshkosh . Army......................................Chilton ..Navy..............................Monomono© Falls ..AAF.............................4179th St.. Neenah ..Marines.......................417-9th St., Neenah ..WAVES................414 E. Division St., Shawano ..Army Military Police....................Birnamwood ..Navy Dental Corps.......................Birnamwood ..Army Medical Corps....................Birnamwood ..AAF..........................69 Grovo St.. Oshkosh ..AAF........................202932nd St.. Milwaukee ..Coast Guard.........150 S. Hickory St.. Fond du Lac ..Army..........................49 Lake Dr.. Oshkosh ..Army....................96 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh ..Navy................... 1736 Arizona St.. Oshkosh ., Marines.....................................Omro ..AAF.................78 S. Park Ave., Fond du Lac ..AAF.......................261 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..Navy.....................25 Franklin Ave.. Oshkosh ..Navy Nurse Corps........25 Franklin Ave., Oshkosh ..Navy.....................25 Franklin Ave.. Oshkosh .. AAF......................................Coleman ..AAF.........................199 Evans St.. Oshkosh ..Army...............................R. 1, Mayvillo ..Navy.......................115 Evans St.. Oshkosh ..Army....................147 4 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh ..Army......................481 Bowon St.. Oshkosh ..Army...............................R. 3. Madison ..Army....................363 Linden St.. Fond du Lac ..AAF...................11 Hickory St.. Fond du Lac . .Navy..................................Birnamwood . .AAF......................................Seymour ..Coast Artillery....................R. 4. Oshkosh ..Army......................1558 S. Superior. Antigo . .Army Modical Corps.731 Mich. Ave., N. Fond du Lac ..AAF........................27'4 Polk St.. Oshkosh . .Army........................................Omro ..Army.......................380-23rd St.. Oshkosh ..AAF.......................................Mellon Navy................1349 Plummor Avo.. Oshkosh . .Navy......................................Antigo .Army....................................Hollister ..Navy.......................................R. 1. Pickett Navy.......................................R. 1. Pickott AAF............................Grant St.. Oshkosh Army.....................140 School St.. Oshkosh Army................................R. 2, Pulaski .Marino Air Corps..........318 Linden. Fond du Lac .Army Signal Corps.........................Marion .Army................................R. 1. Oshkosh .Navy Air Corps...............516-6th St., Antigo .Navy..........905 Wisconsin Ave., N. Fond du Lac AAF.....................82 Ashland Ave., Oshkosh .........................82 Ashland Ave., Oshkosh 126NAME RANK Buschkopf, Clydo D........................Privato 1C Buth. Llowollyn............................Sorgoant Butkiowioz. Robort A..............Apprentice Seaman 'Bulzlor. John.......................2nd Lieutenant Byerly. Frod...................................Major Byrno. Donald.........................Staff Sergeant 'Byso. Clark M........................Lieutenant j.g. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS .. AAF........................................Juneau ..Army......................302 Center St.. Shawano .. Navy.........................................Omro . .Army Modical Corps.227 Marquette St.. Fond du Lac ..Army...............119 Esplande. Chico. California ..Army...............................R. 4. Appleton ..Navy...................................Phila.. Pa. Caldwoll. Jack................................Seaman 2C ♦Calhoon, Earl................................P ivate 1C ’Calvy, Thomas...................................Captain ♦Carey. Jamos................................Private 1C 'Carity, Warren........................................ 'Carpenter. James...............Lieutenant Commander Carroll. James...............................Private 1C Carroll. John............................Lieutenant j.g. 'Carroll. Joseph..............................Technical Sergeant Cartwright. Sara Margarot.......................Sergeant Cartwright. William............................Sergeant Carvor. Gloria..................................Private 'Carver. Hugh..................................Technical Sorgeant Case. Charles............Aviation Machinist's Mate 3C Case. Loon...............................Lieutenant j.g. Caso. Oscar......Aviation Flight Machinist's Mate 2C ’Castle. Edward........ 'Castle. William R.... Ceronsky. Jamos J.... Chalupa. Frank........ Chamberlain. Thomas Chapollo. Armon....... Charotto. Ambrose... Chase. Charles......... Chase. John............ ‘Chase. Lloyd.......... "Chase. Robert......... Cheney. William....... 'Chesly. Lauron........ "Chipman. Keith........ Chipman. Loraine.... Christensen. Howard. Chvala. Josoph........ Clark. Carroll........ ♦Clark. Jamos.......... Clark, Mary E......... Clark. Philip......... Clason. Henry......... Claussen. Kennoth A.. ’Clomans. Charles_____ Clomonts. Rex......... Clondoning. Duano F.. Clinton. Stophon...... Close. Lorin J........ Clough. Dalo.......... 'Colien. Francis E..... ♦Comeaux, Keith........ Conger. Wayne E. ... Conlee. William....... 'Conloy. Richard....... 'Cook. Prescott........ 'Coon. Lawronce........ Coon. Marvin.......... Cornwell. Cleatis.... 'Cornwell. Dailey...... Corrigal. Knox........ Cottrell. Alton....... Covey, Robert......... 'Cramer. Paul.......... Crawford. Garfield... 'Cunningham. Lowell.. ........Lieutonant ........Lieutenant ... .Aviation Cadet -----Technician 5G ........Private 1C ... Petty Officer 2C Chief Petty Officer ........Corporal... ...........Sergeant .....Radarman 2C ...........Corporal ........Lieutenant .Electrician's Mato 1C Pharmacist's Mate 3C ................Private ........Lioutonant j.g. ................Captain ..........Flight Officer ......Sorgoant ........Private ____Privato 1C ..........Major .....Lieutonant .Staff Sergoant .Technician SG Aviation Cadet Lieutonant Colonel ..........Corporal ...........Ensign .......Seaman 1C ............Corporal A.C.F.A. Trans. Corps .........Lieutenant Technical Sergeant ....2nd Lieutonant ....Technician SG .............Ensign 2nd Lieutenant ............CSK .Navy...............30 W. Marshall St., Rico Lako . AAF........................................Omro Army Medical Corps.......248 Elm St.. Fond du Lac Army......................216 Oregon St.. Oshkosh Army......................151 Bowen St.. Oshkosh .Navy.................2S8 S. Marr St.. Fond du Lac Army...................SOS Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh Navy...................505 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh Army...................505 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh Air WACS................973 N. Main St.. Oshkosh Army Roservo.......................R. 5. Oshkosh Marinos......................Morritt St.. Oshkosh Army......................414 Morritt St., Oshkosh Navy...............................R. 5. Oshkosh Navy......................................Oakfiold Navy...............................R. 5. Oshkosh Navy............................Washington. D. C. Navy...................305 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh AAF.......................239 Clermont St., Antigo Army...................500 Ashland Avo.. Oshkosh Army..................195 Mt. Vernon St.. Oshkosh Navy.........................................Omro Navy.....................................Marinette Army Anti-Aircraft......337 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh Army Radar..................100 Lako St.. Oshkosh Navy.................80 E. Arndt St.. Fond du Lac Coast Guard........357 S. Park Ave.. Fond du Lac AAF...................219 Winnobago St.. Oshkosh AAF.........................................Oconto Navy....................................Redgranite Navy....................................Redgranite Army.......................................Berlin Navy Air Force...........3 Spirit Ave.. Tomahawk Army Medical Corps...276 Linden St.. Fond du Lac AAF..........................................Omro WAVES......................211 Hazel St.. Oshkosh Army..................................New London Army...................................Winneconne Marinos................104 Division St.. Watertown Medical Corps..............52 Myrtle St.. Oshkosh Army.............909 Wisconsin Ave.. Fond du Lac AAF........................726 Main St.. Oshkosh Army.......................297 Roed St.. Oshkosh AAF.....................................Rosendale Army.....................................Menasha Army............2010 N. 54th St., Omaha. Nebraska AAF...................803 Mt. Vernon St.. Oshkosh Navy....................................Plymouth Navy...................................Nielsville Army...................17 Mt. Vernon St.. Oshkosh Army..................1008-3rd Ave. East, Ashland Army...................485 Jackson Drive. Oshkosh Navy....................275 Grand Ave.. Oshkosh AAF..........................Iron River. Michigan AAF........................50 Union St.. Oshkosh AAF...................44 Frederick Ave.. Oshkosh Army Engineers............................Brillion Navy.......................676 Main St.. Oshkosh Army.............1893 N. Summit Ave., Milwaukee AAF..................514 W. Mason St.. Green Bay Navy................27 M Frederick Ave., Oshkosh Daher. Howard L. Dahlke. Theodore. ♦Damon. Robert J.. ♦ Damrow. Melvin.. Dana. D. Brownell Danforth. Harold.. 'Daniels. Clarence. 'Daniels, Roy....... Danielson. Roman. Davis. Floyd A... ...Seaman 2C 2nd Lieutonant .............T5 ____.Lieutenant ... .Lieutenant .........Ensign ......Technician Service Division .........Private Navy............. Army............. Army............. AAF.............. Army............. Navy Medical Corps Navy............. Army............. Wis. Veterans Home Army............. .................Columbus ......916-4th St.. Oshkosh .138 Monroe Ave., Oshkosh ...802 Bridge St.. Mayville 1245 S. Jackson. Green Bay .12 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh .202 E. 10th St.. Marshfield ..84Vi Cherry St.. Oshkosh ..................Waupaca ..72 Grand Ave.. Oshkosh Discharged ♦Post-war Students 127NAME ‘Davis, Morton............. Davis. Neill.............. Davis. Robort W........... Davy. Arthur I............ Dayton. Robert............ ‘DeBehnko. Kenneth........ DoBohnko. Wayne........... Deering. Robert W......... DoGolior. Maynard......... ‘Dehnel. Gilbert........... Dennin. Stanley........... tDerber. Donald............ tDerber. Glen.............. Derscheid. Vincent K...... Dowing. John................. ‘DoYoung. Joseph........... ‘Dickmann, John............ Dickmann. Richard C....... Dickson. Alonso C......... Dicktel. Donald........... Diol. Claronco............ Dietz. Robert............. Dietzo. Floyd C........... ‘Discher. Melvin........... ‘Ditter. Gerald............ Dobberko. Howard W........ Dobyns, Frank............. Dodge. Dale..............., Dolhof. Robert............ Doman. Bernard............ ‘Donahue. Frederick H...... ‘Donahue. Joromo........... Dorschner. Norman......... Dorschner. Wilmor......... Doughorty. William........ ‘Doulo. Gordon............. Dowling. Andorson......... Drobus. Richard........... Drosses. Christiana Emma Dubestor. David........... Dubester. Max............. Dubestor. Nathan.......... Duchac, Henry B........... Dupeo, Edward............. Durant. Lyle.............. ‘Dustman. Lloyd M.......... ♦Dyckhoff. James........... RANK ...........Lieutenant ................Ensign Hospital Apprentice 2C ----Technical Sergeant ......Flight Officer ......Flight Officer .........Private 1C .....Staff Sergeant ......Staff Sorgeant .....Staff Sergeant ...........Corporal ...........Sergeant .....Lioutenant j.g. ..........Seaman 2C .....2nd Lioutonant .....Lieutenant ).g. ...............Major .....Staff Sergeant ...........Corporal .....2nd Lieutenant .............Privato .............Ensign ....2nd Lieutonant. .............Prvate. .....Technician 5G ........Privato 1C ..........Lieutonant .....Special Agont .............Private ...........Sergeant ..........Lioutonant Technical Sorgoant 2nd Lieutonant ........Captain .Lieutenant j.g. ____Privato 1C ............Sergeant ............Corporal Pharmacist's Mate 1C .. .Officer’s Candidate ..............Privato ..........Seaman 1C ............Corporal ...........A.M.M. 2C SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army.....................Newport Nows. Virginia ..Navy..................................1624-9th St.. Oshkosh ..Navy............................................... Crandon ..AAF................115 Jefferson Ave.. New London .....................603 Dickinson Ave.. New London ..AAF.........................303 Hazel St.. Oshkosh ..AAF.........................303 Hazel St., Oshkosh • AAF......................................R. 1. West DePere ..Army..............................................Poy Sippi ..AAF......................105-4th St.. Fond du Lac ..AAF......................109 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..Army..................................................R. 2. Oshkosh . Army..................................................R. 2. Oshkosh ..Navy........................Kansas City. Missouri ..Navy...............................93 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh . .Engineers...............113 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps-----. ....234 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh AAF......................234 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh . AAF................................Box 102. Fremont . Army..................................328-10th St.. Oshkosh • AAF...................181 Jefferson Ave.. Oshkosh . .Army...............................................Wautoma ..Navy Air Corps...........27 Prospect Ave.. Oshkosh ..AAF ........................1201-7th St.. Oshkosh ..Army...................192 Frederick Ave.. Oshkosh ..AAF...........................................R. 5. Oshkosh ..Army.....................46-lSth St.. Fond du Lac • AAF................................114 W. Wisconsin. Noenah ..................................................New London ..Army..................................430-11th St.. Oshkosh ..Army Eng......3825A W. Highland Blvd.. Milwaukee . .AAF.....................279 Fourth St.. Fond du Lac ..Army Medical Corps.................................Brillion ..Army...................130 Winnebago St.. Oshkosh ..Army............................................ Taycheedah . AAF ........................225 Hazel St.. Oshkosh ..Navy...................106 S. Lafayette St..Shawano ..Army..................................546-16th St.. Oshkosh ..Marinos.......................................R. 3. Oshkosh . .Army....................1640 Oregon St.. Oshkosh ..Army Military Police..................822-16th St.. Oshkosh . .Navy.................... 1640 Oregon St.. Oshkosh . .Army................................................Antigo .. Army.................................................Tomah ..Navy Air Corps...........46 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..AAF.........................163 Parkway. Oshkosh ..Navy.....................450 Jackson Drive. Oshkosh Eagon. Burdette........ Ecker. Edmond J........ Edwards. John.......... Ehrenhardt, Russel... ‘ Ehricko. Dennis ...... ‘Eichinger. Ray......... Ekvall. Allan T........ Ekvall. William........ Ellingson. Myron....... Embertson. Edwin N... Emerson, Ralph W.... Engelhardt. Raymond. Erdman. Robert E....... ‘Erban. Elmer........... Ermatinger. Charles... ‘Esser. Thomas.......... Eulrich. Carl A........ Evans. Jarman Dlls... Evans. William Davis Evanson. Walter........ ‘Ewald. Harold.......... ..2nd Lieutenant Potty Officer 2C Master Sergeant ......Lieutenant .........Private ........Sergeant .........Corporal .........Captain .........Private ......Lieutenant .....Aviation Cadet ..........Seaman 1C .............Private ____Petty Otficor 1C .............Private .........Lieutenant .............Ensign Apprentice Seaman Army Radio School.......................Winneconne Airborne Engineering Corps................Hilbort Navy Air Corps.............50 Liberty St.. Oshkosh AAF ....................367 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh Navy.......................275 John St., Oshkosh AAF ......................69 Baldwin St.. Oshkosh AAF........................280 Parkway. Oshkosh AAF........................280 Parkway. Oshkosh Army Medical Corps..206 Wisconsin Avo.. Oshkosh Army...................................Washburn Army Quartermastor Corps.. 127 Lako Dr.. Oshkosh AAF...............7 Bechaud Ave.. N. Fond du Lac AAF..........................31515th St . Oshkosh Navy.....................303 Congross St..Oshkosh Army.......................334 High St.. Oshkosh Navy.......................34 Hazel St, Oshkosh Army Signal Corps..................R. 5. Oshkosh Army.......................158 Pearl St.. Oshkosh Navy......................347 Mt. Vernon. Oshkosh Navy V-12..................140 Boyd St.. Oshkosh Army Quartormastor Corps.................Oakfield ‘Fabry. Arthur......................................Private Fabrycki. Antoinette (Mrs. Mitchell)........Lieutonant Fabrycki. Clement......................................2nd Lieutenant Falck. Herbert......................................Seaman 2C Farmer. E. Hilary......................................2nd Lioutenant Farrell. Robert...................................Corporal ‘Felkor. Charlos...........................Staff Sergeant Felker. John........................................Seaman 2C Fell. David.............................................. Army........................................Coleman Army Nurse Corps.........1620 Arizona St.. Oshkosh Army.....................1620 Arizona St.. Oshkosh Coast Guard............................Hortonville Marines...............No. 3 Stevens Circlo. Oshkosh Army......................................Montello AAF...........................87 Park St.. Oshkosh Navy.........................32 Hazel St., Oshkosh Army.........................1626-9th St.. Oshkosh ‘Discharged 128 +Post-war StudentsNAME Foil, Malcolm.......... •Fell. William.......... Fonn. Robert........... ‘Forgot. Paul........... ♦Ferguson. Byron........ Fero. Wayne........... ‘Fiobig. Paul........... Fink. Dan.............. ‘Fintak. Edward......... Fintak, Gerald......... Fischor. David L...... Fischor. Lawrence...... Fisher. Louis.......... Fishor. Stanley....... 'Fisher, William....... ♦Fitzgerald. lorome..... Fitzpatrick. Edward. Jr, Flanagan. Brendan.... Flanagan. Clair........ Flanagan. Leon......... Flanagan. Milton....... ‘Flanagan. Robert F.... Flanagan. W. Donald. Flynn. Fahey........... Flynn. Francis W....... Flynn. Lyman P......... Flynn. William P....... Ford, Jerome........... Formiller, Bert........ Forward. Robert F...... Fostor. John B......... Foust. Gordon.......... Fowler. Robert......... ’Fox. Richard........... "Fox. Thurman........... Francis. Lowis......... Frank. Gilbert......... Frank. Joseph H........ "Frank, Loren........... Froiburgor. Eugono.... Freimuth. Harloy....... Frederick. William..... Fritz. Gary............ Fritz, Victor.......... Froehlich. Erwin C..... Froling. Leonard....... Frye. George........... Fuller. El win......... ♦Fuller, Norman........ Fuller. Rosemary....... Fuller. William........ Furman. RuJus.......... RANK Ensign ........Lieutenant __.Technician 5G Chief Petty Officer .........Lieutonant .........Lieutenant .........Lieutenant Technical Sergoant .........Lieutenant ...........Corporal Technical Sergeant Technical Sergoant .. .Mastor Sergoant ............Captain ...........Corporal .....Lieutonant j.g. ............Private 1C .....Master Sergeant ..............R. T. 2C ......Aviation Cadot Pharmacist's Mato 2C ...............Captain ....Officer's Training ...........Corporal .. Regional Diroctor .........Private 1C ...........Sergoant ...........Sergoant ...........Corporal ....2nd Lioutonant ........Privato 1C .............Ensign .....Lieutenant j.g. ........Privato 1C .....Staff Sergoant .............Privato ...........Sergeant ...........Corporal ...........Sergeant Apprentice Seaman .........Lioutonant ............Private .............Ensign Technical Sergeant .........Lieutenant Sergeant SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army.......................1926-9th St.. Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps.............71 Parkway. Oshkosh ..Army........................405-14th St.. Oshkosh .. AAF...................607 Nicolet Blvd.. Neenah ..Army.......................100 High St.. Oshkosh ..Coast Guard...........15 S. Marr St., Fond du Lac ..AAF................80 W. Cotton St., Fond du Lac . Army.....................................Crivitz . .Navy Air Corps............118 Grovo St., Oshkosh ..AAF.......................118 Grovo St.. Oshkosh ..Army...............148Vit W. Lincoln St., Oshkosh ..Army...............................241 Waugoo St., Oshkosh . .Army Medical Corps---40 W. 13th St.. Fond du Lac .. AAF.......................................Omro ..Army.............................73 Baldwin St., Oshkosh . .Army...............243 S. Park Avo.. Fond du Lac .. Army................................Wautoma ..Army......................68 Evans St.. Oshkosh .. Navy.......................................Omro ..AAF..................................Pickett ..AAF..................................Pickott .. AAF.......................................Pickott .. Navy................................Pickett . .Navy Air Corps...700 S. 10th St., Escanaba. Mich. . .Navy.................1034 Grignon St.. Groon Bay ..Army..................1034 Grignon St.. Groon Bay ..Army.............700 S. 10th St.. Escanaba. Mich. . Seaboos.....................118 Otter St.. Oshkosh .. Army.........................................Omro ..Red Cross..............263 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh ..Army Engineers.. .409 Illinois Avo.. N. Fond du Lac ..Army.......................203 Boyd St., Oshkosh .. Army.........................................Omro ..AAF..................701 N. Owassia St.. Appleton ..Army.......................400 Vino St., Oshkosh ..Army......................794 Main St.. Oshkosh . .Navy...................................Montello ..Navy...................159 W. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..Army....................50 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh .. AAF.......................................Antigo .. Army...................................Bonduol ..Army..................457 Jackson Drive. Oshkosh . .Army.................................Belleville ..Army Signal .Corps....418 E. 2nd St.. Fond du Lac ..Navy..................................59 Mill St.. Oshkosh ..Navy...........2729 N. Downor. Milwaukee . .AAF.................................R. 3. Omro . Navy......................................Pickett ..AAF.......................61 Grove St.. Oshkosh . .Army Nurso Corps.....214 Prospect Ave.. Oshkosh ..Army....................267 W. Now York. Oshkosh .. Army...................................Tigerton ‘Gaffney, Hugh.......... Gandt. Arthur.......... Garber. Shorman........ Gardner. Charlos....... ‘Gardner, Henry........ Garrity, Thomas........ ‘Gatzke. Gordon........ Gavigan. Clyde......... Gay. Carlton Packard Gehrke. Leland B....... Gehrke. Willis......... Georgeson. Russell.... Gorhardt, George....... "Gormor. Charlos ... ‘Gerretson. Merlin... Gilbertson. Henry... Gilboy. James........ Gilligan. Lois....... Gilligan. Malcolm.., Given. Glen.......... Gladoski. Gerald_____ ’Glass. James Harris Glaze. Allard......., ♦Goorlitz, Albert.... Golik. John.......... Golke. Arden......... .......Sergeant .......Coxswain ____A. R. M. 1C ......Lioutonant Master Sergoant ......Private 1C ..Staff Sergeant .......Corporal ......Lieutonant .......Corporal .....Private 1C ...M.O.M.M. 1C . Aviation Cadet ..............T3 ......Private 1C ......Lieutenant .........H.A. 1C ........Sergeant .........Privato ....Corporal Staff Sergeant .....Sorgeant Private AAF....................61 Algoma St.. Fond du Lac Navy.................................... ... Gillett Navy Aviation Radio..........Ill Light St., Oshkosh AAF.......................297 Forest Avo.. Oshkosh AAF.......................580 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh Army...................................Bear Creek Army...................375 S. Marr St.. Fond du Lac Army............1014 Minnesota St.. N. Fond du Lac Army Quartermastor Corps...................Pickett AAF....................................Summit Lake Office of Strategic Services..............Mayville Army......................4402 Fifth Ave., Kenosha Navy...................................R. 4. Oshkosh AAF....................452 Jefforson Avo., Oshkosh Army................24 W. Jefferson Avo.. Waupun Army......................... .614-9th St.. Oshkosh Navy..................369 S. Main St., Fond du Lac Navy.............................................Gillett Army.......................................Gillett Army Infantry Band...333 W. College Dr.. Appleton Army Medical Corps.705 Wis. Ave., N. Fond du Lac Army Signal Corps.......159 W. Irving St., Oshkosh AAF.........................228 Grant St.. Oshkosh Army....................125lt» Eighth Avo.. Oshkosh Army............................................Sobieske Army.....................................Neshkoro ‘Discharged ♦Post-war Students 129NAME 'Goodrich, Archibald,. Goodrich. E. John----- ’Goodrich, George G... Goodwin. Ralph........ +Goomey. Josephine... ’Goranson. Donald----- Gorchols. Robert A... Gorham. John E........ 'Gorsko. Wilmor A----- Gould. Robert Wayne ’Gneiser. Harry L..... Grabowsks. Henry------ Grady. Joseph......... Grady. Raymond....... Graf. Donald.......... Grane. Harry F........ Grancorbitz. LeRoy... Grancorbitz. Molvin.. Granger. Leonard...... Grantman. Molvin.... Gray. Frank........... ’Green. George........ 'Green. Ray........... Gremban. Walter.... Griesman. Robort.... Grimm, Raymond L... Grishaber. Edward... Gronowski, John A... Gronowski. Robert G. ’Gross. Robert C...... Gross. Roy L.......... Grunska. Robort....... Grunwald. Herbert... ‘Gruso. Georgo........ •Guell. Carl E........ "Guell, Grover........ Guotzkow. Gordon------ Guilig. Orlando....... Gulig. Max J.......... Gummer. Charles_______ Gurath, Howard........ . Gutknocht. Marvin... Gutman. Jerome......... RANK ...........Corporal .....Stall Sorgoant .....Petty OHicer ...........Corporal Technical Sergeant .........Lieutenant .....Flight Ofiicor ...........Sergeant .........Lieutenant ........Private 1C .............Ensign .....Pharmacist 2C .....Stall Sorgoant ...........Sergeant .........Lieutenant ...........Sorgoant .............Ensign ...........Sorgoant . .OHicer's Training .........Lioutonanl ........Lieutenant ..............Major ........Lieutenant ...........Sergeant ...........Corporal ........Lioutonant ........Lioutonant Technical Sorgoant ...........Private .....Flight OHicer .............Ensign ....2nd Lieutenant ..............Major .........Privato 1C .....Stall Sergeant .....StaH Sorgoant .Chief Petty OHicer ,........Lieutenant ...........Corporal ...........Private ..... .StaH Sergeant SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army.............322 W. Now York Avo.. Oshkosh ..Army Medical Corps----94 W. 14th St.. Clintonville ..Army.................214 Nowhall St.. Green Bay ..Navy...............710 Chostnut St.. Burlington ..WACS..................923-3rd St.. Wost De Pere .. AAF...................41 E. 9th St., Fond du Lac ..AAF....................S. Main St.. Fond du Lac ..AAF................4907 W. Vine St.. Milwaukee ,.. Army................................Princeton ..Navy Air Corps......544 S. Main St.. Fond du Lac ..AAF....................101-lSth St.. Fond du Lac ..Navy Air Corps..........................Coloman .. Navy.................................Lakewood ..AAF..................223 Mt. Vornon St.. Oshkosh ..Army.........................904-6th St.. Kiol . .AAF..........................802 Elm St.. Antigo ,. .AAF.................................Weyauwega .. Navy................................Weyauwega ..Army...................53 Wostorn Avo.. Oshkosh .. .Army...................................Lomira ..Army..................21 E. 9th St., Fond du Lac ..AAF................189 Wisconsin Avo.. Oshkosh ..Army.....................97-8th St.. Fond du Lac .. .AAF...................................Goodman . .Army...............................R. 2. Giliett ... Army...............................Winnoconno ...Army..............1216 S. Oneida St.. Appleton ..AAF.....................................Blytho. Kansas ..Army...................321 Lemmer St.. Oshkosh ...AAF.........269 Fond du Lac Ave.. Fond du Lac . .Army..................329 S. Marr, Fond du Lac ..AAF.......................152 Dlen St.. Neenah . .Navy Air Corps...........213 Grant St.. Oshkosh ..Army Medical Corps....162 Cherry Ave.. Oshkosh ..AAF.................458 Forest Ave.. Fond du Lac ..Army Medical Corps...329 S. Marr St.. Fond du Lac • AAF .................386 Mt. Vernon St.. Oshkosh ...Marines................75 Marr St., Fond du Lac ...Navy.................85 Adams St.. Fond du Lac ,.. AAF......................................Omro • Army..................1638 Oregon St.. Oshkosh ..Army Engineers............144 Scott St.. Oshkosh Army Medical Corps. 15 S. Military Rd.. Fond du Lac Haas. James....................................Private "Hackbarth, Robert.....................Aviation Cadet Haortl, Donald P..............................Corporal Haossly, Gordon........................Storekeeper 2C HaHeman. Richard J..........................Lioutonant ’Hagono. Edgar...................................Ensign Hahn. Allred L.................................Private Haight. Lawrence......................Chief Engineer Hall. George............................Technician 5G Hallo. Elmer J.........................Storekeeper 3C ‘Halle, Vernon...............................Seaman 2C Hamor. John...................................Sergeant Handrich, Orvil.................................Ensign Hanley. Willard................................Private ’Hanson. Harold J.....................StaH Sergeant Hansen. Harvey........................Lieutenant j.g. ’Hanson. Irving........................StaH Sergeant ‘Harford. William........................2nd Lioutonant Harmon. Royal........................................ ’Harmson. Bornard................................A.S.R. Harra. Richard..............................Seaman 1C Harris. Georgo.........................Petty OHicer 1C Harris. Richard F....................................... Harrmann. Carl.............................Private 1C Harrmann, Louis............................Firoman 1C +Harrold, William..............................Corporal Hart, James.................................Midshipman Hart. Mary L...................................Captain Hartford. Jamos................................Private Harthun, Kennoth...........................Privato 1C Hartman. Albort..............................Captain I Hartman. Elmer...........................Privato 1C. ’Hartman. Raymond..............................Sergeant Harvey. John R..............................Yeoman 1C. ‘Harwood. Douglas..................................... ’Discharged tPost-war Studonts 130 Army..................507 West Main St., Waupun AAF..........................621-11th St.. Oshkosh AAF..........................133 Dlen St.. Neenah Navy.......................94-14th St. Fond du Lac . AAF....................................Mobridge Navy.........................546 15th St.. Oshkosh . Army....................................Wautoma Morchant Marinos____839 S. Jackson St.. Green Bay Army.......................1105 Park Ave.. Oconto Navy....................426 Doty St., Fond du Lac Navy Reserve....................R. 1. Fond du Lac AAF.........................R. 1. Box 95. Oshkosh Navy.....................125 Harrison St. Waupaca Army....................634 Holbeck St.. Waupaca AAF........................87 Bowen St.. Oshkosh Navy.....................238 Central Ave.. Oshkosh AAF .....................520 Royalton St.. Waupaca AAF................................205 Church St.. Oshkosh . Army....................................Wautoma Coast Guard........................R. 1. Waupun Navy...............327 E. Division St.. Fond du Lac Navy.......................169Merritt St.. Oshkosh Coast Guard............518 W. Spring St.. Apploton Military Police..........218 Monroo Ave., Oshkosh Navy................... 218 Monroe Ave.. Oshkosh Army............400 Vine St.. Voedersburg. Indiana Navy Air Corps............107 Harnoy St.. Oshkosh WACS......................................Berlin Army.......................6928-31st St.. Kenosha Army Engineers.............1940 Doty St.. Oshkosh Marinos.....................146-7th St., Oshkosh Army........................230 Delegliso. Antigo AAF ..................................146-7th St.. Oshkosh Navy....................606 Elmore St.. Green Bay Morchant Marine.............41 Parkway. OshkoshNAME ‘Haslam. Ruth Hopkins. ‘Haszel, George A....... Haven. Franklin......... ‘Haworth. Paul F........ Hay. George Hilton.... Hay. Sam................ ‘Hay. William I......... ‘Hayden. Francis........ Hazen. Clement.......... Heckle. Laurence........ HeHorman. Gordon W.. Helling. Robert I....... Heideman. Robert........ Heidt. Frank............ ‘Heinrich. Harry........ 'Hoinritz. Donald....... ‘Heisinger. Edward...... Hoisingor. Gerald....... Holler. Waynor A........ Hondorton. Charles.... ♦Hendrickson. Earl...... ‘Honkel. John J......... ‘Honkol. Richard........ ‘Hennig. Ivor........... Herman. Richard......... Herman. Robort E........ Herr, Josoph............ Herrman. Quentin........ Horrman. Rufus.......... ’ Hershberger. Leo......... Herzog. Ixiwrence....... Hettwer. Donald......... Hetzel. Howard.......... ‘Hickoy. James L........ Hildobrand. John........ ‘Hildobrand. Leo........... Hildobrand. Myron E... Hildobrandt, Victor E... Himloy, Nowman.......... Hirschingor. Marguerito Hirtz, Edwin R.......... ♦Hitchcock. Robert...... Hochdannor. Eugono... Hodgins. Franklin....... Hoffman, Burton......... Hogan. John............. Hogo. Horman.............. Holland. Herbert........ Holme, Richard.......... Holmos, Norman.......... Hood. Alfred............ Hopper. Mark............ Horn. Gilbert........... ‘Horn, Robert J......... Houfok. Ralph........... Hough, Joseph........... Howard, Quentin W.... ‘Howe. Donald........... Howman. Daniol.......... Howman. Richard D_______ tHowman. Stanley........ Hubbard. Corinno........ Huebnor, Roland J....... Hurlbut. George............ Hurlbut, Jamos.......... Hubs, Otis.............. Hutchinson, Richard..... Hutchinson. Thomas______ Hyde. Stanley........... ‘Hyde. Will T........... RANK Staff Sergeant .... Lieutenant .........Lieutenant .........Lieutenant ............Private ............Captain Technical Sergeant. .........Yeoman 3C ............Private .........Lieutenant ............Captain ...........Sergeant .........Seaman 1C .............S.F. 1C ......Technician 3G ...............Captain Pharmacist's Mate 3C ......2nd Lieutenant ..........Private 1C .......Lieutenant j.g. ..........Private 1C Ensign ...............Sergeant .......Staff Sergoant ...............Corporal ...............Sergeant ................Captain .............Lioutenant ............Privato 1C ......Quartormaster 2C ......Aerographer 1C ...............Sergeant .............Lioutenant Aviation Motalsmith 2.C .........2nd Lioutenant .............Seaman 2C .................Ensign .........Technician 4G ....Technical Sergeant .........Technician 5G ..................Major ..............Commandor ...............Corporal ........Sergeant ......Privato 1C ........Sergoant ........Sergeant .........Captain .2nd Lioutonant ........Corporal ........Sergeant ..2nd Lieutenant ..Technician 4G ......Corporal ........Sergeant ..Staff Sergeant ..........Ensign ....Seaman 1C Petty Officer 2C ..........Ensign ........Sergeant ......Privato 1C ........Corporal ......A R M. 3C ......Lieutenant. SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..WACS......................22 Eveline St.. Oshkosh ..AAF.................................R. 2. Kewaunee ..Army................37 S. Clinton Ave.. Clintonvllle ..Navy Air Corps............305 Star St.. Fond du Lac ..AAF................345 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh ..AAF......................855 N. 8th St.. Manitowoc ..AAF................345 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh ..AAF...................77 Adams St.. Fond du Lac ..Navy.............276Vz Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh ..Army..................... 1212 W. 8th St.. Appleton ..Navy...................816 N. 11th St., Manitowoc . .AAF.....................................Manawa ..Army.....................223 Franklin St.. Oshkosh . .Navy............................................Randolph ..Army...................717 Smith St., New London ..Navy...............1425 N. Appleton St.. Appleton ..Army..............325 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh ..Army..............325 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh ..Navy Medical Corps...............................Soperton ..AAF.................................386-19th St.. Oshkosh ..Marines...................................Box 29. Denmark ..Navy..............129 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps..129 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh ..Army..............................225 N. Maple. Green Bay ..Navy.......................241 Cedar St.. Oshkosh . .Navy....................................Manawa ..AAF...............2502 W. Locust St.. Milwaukee .. AAF...............................................Neenah . .Army............................................Tigerton ..AAF...............15 E. Now York Ave.. Oshkosh ..Marine Air Corps.......320 E. Pacific St.. Appleton ..Navy Air Corps.................R. 3. Fond du Lac ..Army..............................703 North St., Tomahawk ..Navy Air Corps........378 Amory St., Fond du Lac . Navy.................................................Omro . • AAF................................R. 1. Omro . .Army................................................Omro ..Navy..........................631-9th St.. Oshkosh ..Army..............546 Main Avo., N. Fond du Lac ..WAVES.......................225-Sth St.. Baraboo ..Navy Air Corps.... 1157' Rubirta. Glendale. Calif. ..Army.....................21 Nevada St., Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps. 121 Marigold Ave., Buffalo. N. Y. ..Army..................2118 Ella Court, Marinotto ..Army................................632 16th St.. Oshkosh ..Navy Medical Corps........432 Morritt St.. Oshkosh ..Army..................12 E. 13th St., Fond du Lac ..Merchant Marine............131 Grovo St.. Oshkosh ..Army.....................374 Bowon St.. Oshkosh ..AAF......................239-6th St., Fond du Lac ..Army Medical Corps.............................Whitowator ..Army Medical Corps.........411 Grant St., Oshkosh ..Army Medical Corps....263 Prospoct Ave.. Oshkosh .. AAF............33 W. McWilliams St.. Fond du Lac ..Army...............715 E. Washington St.. Apploton . .Army....................................Larsen .. AAF...................................Brodhoad ..Army.....................820 N. Main St., Oshkosh ..AAF............................Rocruiting Offico. Oshkosh ..AAF...................................205-3rd St., Neenah ..AAF...................................205-3rd St., Noonah ..WAVES.................18 Frederick Ave., Oshkosh ..Navy..............2321 W. Galena St., Milwaukee ..Navy.......................122 Lincoln St.. Antigo ..Navy Air Corps...........122 Lincoln St.. Antigo ..Army Engineers.....................Little Suamico . .Army Medical Corps.........312 Lako Dr., Oshkosh .. Army....................................Bryant ..Navy..................73 Frodorick Ave.. Oshkosh . .Navy.................183 Amory St.. Fond du Lac ‘Immel. Arthur................................Lieutenant I vos, Botty...................................H.A. 2C ♦Ives. Hart....................................Seaman 2C ♦ Ives. Robert.................................Seaman 1C ‘Jackman. Wallace.............................Lieutenant Jamos. Frodorick Robort..................2nd Lieutenant Janda. Emmott............................2nd Lieutonant Janda, Joseph...................................Private Navy...................146 Hoyt St.. Fond du Lac WAVES.......................263 Wisconsin Ave.. Oshkosh Navy.....................213 Spruce St., Oshkosh Navy.....................213 Spiuco St.. Oshkosh Navy Air Corps............P. O. Box 174. Oshkosh Marine Air Corps..........2205 Doty St., Oshkosh Army Medical Corps..........240 Oak St., Oshkosh Army........................254 Wisconsin Avo.. Oshkosh Discharged ♦Post-war Students 131NAME Janiak. Raymond_______ Jansen. Paul.......... ♦Jarvis. John.......... Joseph. Marjorie.... 'Jonkins. Harry Mack Jensen. Everett F.... Jensen. Peter L...... ‘Jenson. Roger........ ‘Jensen, Ronald........ ♦Jerabek. Leo......... ‘Jewell. John.......... Johnson. Carlton.... Johnson. Jamos........ Johnson. Kenneth... Johnson. Wayno.... Johnson. William F.. Johnston. William... ‘Jones, Donald......... ‘Jones, Kermit E....... Jones. John.......... Joyce. Walter F...... Julka. Orlando........ Jungwirth, Jamos______ ■Jungwirth, William.. Juno. Cyrus........... Justus. Charles....... RANK ............Ensign Technical Sergeant .....Stall Sorgoant ..........Corporal .........Lieutenant .....2nd Lieutenant Lieutenant . .Corporal ... .Cadet . .Corporal .......................Private ...........Pharmacist's Mate ....................Lieutonant ....................Lieutenant ................Lieutenant j.g. ................Stall Sergeant Aviation Machinist's Mate 2C ................Lieutenant j.g. ................Storekeeper 2C .......................Private ...................Private 1C. Corporal SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Navy...............................R. 2. Omro ..Army................327Mr W. 3rd. St.. Kaukauna ..Army..................56 E. 13th St.. Clintonvllle . WACS.............164 West Mission Road. Allouez ..Navy..............................32 Polk St., Oshkosh .. AAF...................................Shawano . .Army.................................Waupaca ..AAF...................354 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh ..Army..............................R. 3, Waupaca ..AAF.............................R. 1. Kewaunee . AAF...................716 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ........................................Waupaca . .AAF..................................Wautoma ..Army...............................Long Lako ..Navy...................556 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..Coast Guard......................354 Third St.. Menasha ..AAF....................144 Church St.. Oshkosh .. Navy Air Corps............200 Scott St.. Oshkosh ..AAF....................29 Central Ave., Oshkosh ..Navy...................96 Cherry Ave.. Oshkosh ..Navy.....................912 Knapp St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.................75 S. Marr St.. Fond du Lac ..Army....................616 S. Park St.. Oshkosh ..AAF....................616 S. Park St.. Oshkosh . .Army..................................Bullion ..Army..............467 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh Kaatz. Frederick......... Kading. Xavier F......... Kaoding. Warren.......... ’Kaewer, Howard E......... Kalbus. Henry............. ‘Kalupy. Anthony A........ Karow, Clarence.......... ‘Karst, Eugene............ Kassick. John............ 'Kaston. Thomas............ Kaulman. Robort.......... Kavanaugh, William________ ‘Koele. Batoman Francis. Keolo. Burton............ Koller. Paul.............. Kolloy. Thomas............ Kelly, Eugone............. Kolly. Robort............. ’Kolsh. James D........... Kolsh. William............ Kendall. John C........... Konna. Martin............. Konnody. Charlos.......... Kennedy, Hugh............ Konnody. Thomas.......... Kennelly. Donald J........ ‘Konyon, Donald........... ‘Korrigan. Raymond .... Kostor. Gordon........... Kiddie. Ednie............ Kile. Jamos A............ ‘Kimball. Aaron........... Kimball. Emily........... ‘Kimberly, Honry........... King. Robert S........... Kitsch. Raymond Joseph ‘Kinzigor. Harold J........ ‘Kinziger. Louis.......... Kitchon. Vora............. Kittleson, Allen R........ ‘Kitz, George.............. Kloehn. Neil W........... ‘Kloibor, Frank............ :Knaak. Robert W........... Knadlo. Frank............. Knight. William D......... 'Knuoppot. Harold.......... Kobiske. Melvin........... Koch. Richard ............ Koeck. Martin III......... ‘Koehler. George A......... .............Corporal ......Lieutenant j.g. ..........Lieutonant .............Privato .....2nd Lieutenant .............Sergeant .Technical Sorgoant ,.. Radio Technician .............Private Apprentice Seaman. ..........Lieutonant .............Private .....Staff Sorgoant. ..........Lieutenant ..........Lieutonant. .............Private. ........... Privato ......Staff Sergeant. ..........Lioutonant. .............Private. ..........Lieutonant. ..........Lieutenant. ............Captain. ............S.K. 1C. .............Private. ..........Private 1C. .........Private 1C. ..........Lioutenant. .............Ensign. Fire Controlman 2C. ........Corporal .........Captain Mastor Sergeant ........Sergeant ......Lieutenant .....Private 1C ...........Captain .......Instructor ..Petty Officer 2C ...........Captain ...........SoM 3C .......Lieutenant Quartermaster 2C ..........Private ..........Corporal .......Rd. M. 3C. Staff Sergeant ‘Discharged +Post-war Students 132 . Marines...............................Atholstanc .Marines...........................R. 4, Oshkosh .Navy.....................................Roosevillo .Navy.....................287 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh • Army................125 Jefferson Ave.. Oshkosh AAF.............725 Michigan Ave.. N. Fond du Lac .Army.......................6201 r-3rd St.. Noonah ■ Army...............547 South Park Ave.. Oshkosh .Navy Air Corps..........130 Forest Ave.. Oshkosh AAF.....................36 Winnebago St.. Oshkosh .Navy V-12............196 Hass Place. Fond du Lac .Army Medical Corps...............R. 2. Kaukauna • AAF......................687 Main St.. Oshkosh ■ Army......................687 Main St.. Oshkosh Army.....................137 Harney St.. Oshkosh Army Ordnance. .4th St. and Spirit Ave., Tomahawk Army...................100 W. 10th St.. Kaukauna Army..............................R. R.. Oshkosh Army Signal Corps........282 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh Army Military Police.....282 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh Army.................352 Ruggles St.. Fond du Lac .Army.......................408 Cliff Ave.. Racine ■ Army......................1102 20th St.. Oshkosh Army Medical Corps.........1102-20th St.. Oshkosh Navy............640 Hamilton Ave.. Iron Mt.. Mich. .Army...................................Hartford -Army...........269 Fond du Lac Ave.. Fond du Lac AAF........................262 Vine St.. Oshkosh Navy.................500 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh Navy...........931 Wisconsin Ave., N. Fond du Lac ■ Navy..................................Washburn ........................................Washburn Marines.................................Washburn Army...............421 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh ■ Army................................R. 3. Omro AAF....................703 S. Clermont St., Antigo Marines......1425 Minnesota Ave.. Gladstone. Mich. Army........1425 Minnesota Ave.. Gladstone. Mich. Red Cross.............................Wlnnoconne Army.........................................Iola AAF.....................230 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh Navy Medical Corps.........................Waukau Army........................1329-6th St., Oshkosh Coast Guard...............164 Broad St.. Oshkosh Army.............................R. 2. Kewauneo Coast Guard............................ Bayfield Army...................569 Emma St., Fond du Lac Army..................................Woyauwega Navy........................409 16th St.. Oshkosh Navy Medical School..........419-7th St.. Oshkosh AAF......................515 Jackson Dr.. OshkoshNAME RANK 'Koerner. Norman.....................StaH Sergeant ♦Koerwitz. Harvey I.....................Private 1C Kohn. Francis.............................Private Kohnko. Donald L........... Kolasinski. Ray........... Kolb. Karl................. ‘Kolf. Robert.............. Kolitsch, Anthony.......... Konrad, Edmond............ Konrad. John.............. ♦Kontos. George J......... Koplitz. Richard G........ Korb. LeRoy................ Kores. Ambrose............ Kornely, James............. Korrer. William E......... Koske. Otis............... Koss. James............... Koth. Lloyd F............. Kotkowsky. Gordon John. Krajowski, Richard M.... Kramer. Reginald.......... Kraus. Lylo E............ Krejcarek. Emil C.. Jr... Kreutzor. Ralph........... Krings. Donald............ Krings. Francis........... ‘Krippene. Urban M......... Kriz, Joseph............... Krohn. Jack D............. 'Kronzor. Fred V........... ♦Kropidloski, Bon Lee..... Krueger. Dorothy........... Kruogor, Marvin............ Kruogor. William Edward Kuohn, Robort.............. Kuhnz, Lawrence E........ ♦Kundiger. Wayne B......... Kuoper. Robert H........... Kurtzweil, Robert.......... ...............Private .........2nd Lieutenant ...............Private Lieutenant Commander ..........M.M.R.M. 2C ... .Commander .2nd Lieutenant ......PhM. 1C .2nd Lioutenant Aviation Cadot .......Captain ........Private .....Private 1C Aviation Cadet 2nd Lieutenant .Lioutonant j.g. .Technician 5G .........Ensign .........Private .....Private 1C Private 1C ............Lieutenant ............Lieutenant ...........Private 1C ............Lieutenant ..............Sergeant ............Lieutenant ...............Private Pharmacist’s Mate 2C ............Lieutenant ......Aviation Cadet ...............Private ............Lieutonant ...............Private SERVICE HOME ADDRESS Army Infantry.....................Birnamwood Army...................313 E. Doty St.. Neenah Army Signal Corps 1024 Wisconsin Ave., N. Fond du Lac Army.....................317 Waugoo St., Oshkosh AAF.......................615 Tayco St., Menasha AAF..................523 S. Mueller St., Appleton Navy.............168 W. New York Ave., Oshkosh Navy.......................530 Vine St., Appleton Navy....................202 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh Army....................202 Waugoo St., Oshkosh Navy...........................Butte des Mortes AAF.......................52 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh AAF.......................129-8th St.. Clintonville Army Medical Corps. .506 S. Center St., Beaver Dam .Army...................................Mishicot Army..................190 E. 1st St.. Fond du Lac AAF.......................................Pulcifer AAF................221 W. Brewster St., Appleton AAF..................118 Lincoln Ave.. Tomahawk Coast Guard...........................Rodgranite Army......................R. 2. Box 181. Pulaski Navy...................52 Ashland Ave.. Oshkosh AAF.......................R. 4. Box 206. Oshkosh Army Infantry........................ Two Rivers Army.................120 Frederick Ave.. Oshkosh Army Ordnance........................Winneconne Army...................................Winneconne Navy..............174 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh Navy.......................402-15th St.. Oshkosh Army......................50 Grand Ave., Oshkosh Navy Dontal Corps.........330 Merit St., Oshkosh AAF.........................1102 3rd St.. Oshkosh WACS....................................409 Vine St..Oshkosh Army.................1836 Minnesota St.. Oshkosh Navv......................409 Vino St., Oshkosh AAF................23 Carpenter St.. Fond du Lac AAF.......................212 E. Irving Oshkosh AAF.......................R. 4. Box 308. Oshkosh Army.........................................Tomah Army.................................950-9th St.. Oshkosh Laatsch. Harold............................Lieutonant. ♦LaBuddo. Edward J............................Corporal. Laosch. Willard..................Machinist's Mate 1C. LaHaye. James..............................Midshipman. LaHaye. William H..........................Lioutenant. Laiten, Ward..........................Master Sorgoant. Lamb. Charles..................................Ensign. Lamb. Stewart...........Aviation Machinist's Mato 1C. Lambrecht. Howard.............................Privato. Lamport. Benjamin..............................Ensiqn. Lange. William.......................Petty Officer 3C. Larsen. Glenn................................Corporal. Larson. Alpheus...............................Private. fLarson. Donald M............................Captain. ’Lartz, Waltor P...............................Captain. Last. George.................................Corporal. Last. William..............................Seaman 2C. ‘Lautonschlager. Holmuth L.....................RT. 1C. +Lautonschlager. John.......................Lieutenant. LaViolotte. James.............................Private. •Loaman. Arnold E...........................Cap. A-T. Loarnod. Harold N..........................Lieutenant. Lehmann. Horbert C........................Private 1C. Lehnor. Goorgo A............................Privato. Lehner, George L...........................Sergeant. ’Lehnigk. Ben...................................Privato Lohrbach. Ralph J......................Second Officor. Lehrman. Horbert..........................Privato 1C. Loith. William Gordon......................Lioutonant. Lem. Abel.....................................Captain. Lorn, John L..............................Lieutenant., Lorn. Paul................................Lieutonant. 'LoMay. Alvin.......................Technical Sergeant. Lemberg. Richard E...........................Sergeant. Lemko. Paul A...........................StaH Sorgoant. Lenke. Walter B.............................Lieutenant Colonel. ‘Lennon. Thomas P............................S. Na. 3C. 'Discharged Post-war Students Army Dental Corps.......................Tigorton Marinos......................418-12th St.. Oshkosh Navy.................. 1112 Dewoy St.. Markosan Navy..................846 Howard St.. Green Bay AAF....................846 Howard St., Green Bay Army...................................R. 1. Omro Navy..................311 Elmwood Avo.. Oshkosh Navy Air Corps........311 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh Army...................102 Central Ave.. Oshkosh Navy........................235 Hazel St.. Oshkosh Navy...................1636 Michigan St.. Oshkosh Army................318 S. Chestnut St.. Groen Bay Army................318 S. Chestnut St.. Green Bav Army......................591 Jackson Dr., Oshkosh Army Infantry.............................Suring Army Signal Corps............342-15th St., Oshkosh Navy..........................628-7th St., Oshkosh Navy......................100 Monroe Avo.. Oshkosh AAF....................341 Sawyor Avo.. Oshkosh AAF......................150-8th St.. Clintonville Navy....................82 ft Spruco St.. Oshkosh AAF........................................Shawano Army....................................Woodland AAF......................................Oshkosh Army......................................Mayville Army........................1721 Doty St., Oshkosh Morchant Marine.........108 Wright St.. Oshkosh Army....................................Woodland Navy..................................Van Dyne AAF...................114 JcHorson Avo.. Oshkosh AAF...................114 JoHorson Ave.. Oshkosh AAF...................114 JeHerson Ave.. Oshkosh AAF......................1017 HarTison St., Neenah AAF............................583 Oak St.. Neenah AAF...............................337 Willow Ave.. Oshkosh Army........................................Wabeno Coast Guard........................49 Linden Ave.. Oshkosh 133NAME Lentz. William....... 'Louthold. Duano_______ Louthold. Vornon.... ♦Lichtfuss. Robort F... Liebhaber. Franklin.. Liosch. Donald....... Lietz. Albort I...... Lingonfollor. John... Lipkind. Julius...... ♦Litras. Constantino A Locke. Wayne......... Loomans. Robert.... Loppnow. Robort...... Lowe. William........ 'Lucassen. Lloyd....... 'Luchsingor. Samuel.. Luebko. George....... Lull. Ralph J........ tLult. Richard H....... LulloH. Lawrence ’Lund. Wilton J........ ‘Lunsted. James........ ♦Lynch. William R. .. Lystor. Harold......... RANK ..........Sergeant ............Ensign ........Lieutonant ............Ensign ...........Private ....Technician 3G ----Petty OHicor 1C ........Private 1C Apprentice Seaman .........Seaman 2C. ..........Sergeant .... Aviation Cadet .........Seaman 2C ............Private 1C. ............Private 1C .................Ensign .........Lieutenant j.g. ............Private 1C Pharmacist's Mate 3C. .................RM 2C Pharmacist's Mato 1C ...............Private Mabie. Robert.......... MacDonald. Harold------ ♦MacDonald. Richard A. Macek. Ann............. Mackie. Marion Brown 'MacNichol. John........ ' MacNichol. Thomas.... Madden. John.......... Magdanz. Paul......... ‘Magnusen. Lewis........ Malono. James.......... ♦Mand. Donald W......... ‘Manion. Brian G........ Manlon, Jamos.......... 'March. Albert.......... March. Ralph........... 'March. Robort.......... TMardon. Norman L....... Marks. Convorso........ Marks. Lawrence E...... ' Marquardt, Richard 'Marquardt, Robert...... ♦Marsh. Richard.......... Marten. James.......... Martens. Greg.......... ‘Marlons. Loo........... Martens. Richard....... Martin. Lawrence....... Martin. Norman......... Martin. Orville Wells... Martin. Thomas Arthur. Marty. C. Roger........ ♦Marx. John W............ Mastricola. Gust H..... Mates. John............ Mathe. Robert........... 'Mathwig. Robort G...... Mathwig. William....... ‘Matson. Clark.......... Mattefs. Herbert....... ‘Mauol. James........... Mauritz. Stanley....... Mayno, Burton.......... 'McCarthy. Eugeno R_____ McCarthy. Marvin....... McCormick. Jorome....... McCormick. John........ McCoy. John............. 'McCulloch, Wayne....... McCullough. James....... McCullough. John C...... McDaniels. Richard W.. McDonald. Donald........ ........Yeoman 3C.. .Technical Sergeant.. ........Firoman 1C.. .....2nd Lieutenant.. ..........Corporal.. ........Lieutenant.. .....StaH Sergeant.. Apprentice Seaman.. ..........Corporal.. ...........Colonel.. .....Lieutonant j.g... ............Private.. .........Yeoman 2C.. ... .Aviation Cadet.. ........Privato 1C.. ...........Captain.. .........Lieutenant.. ........ .Coxswain.. ..........Corporal.. .........Lieutenant.. .....Lieutenant j.g... .........Lieutenant.. ..........Sergeant.. ....Aviation Cadet.. .... 2nd Lieutenant.. ............Private.. ....2nd Lieutonant.. ............Private.. .........Lieutenant.. ...........Colonel.. ...........Captain.. .........Lieutenant.. .....StaH Sergeant.. ...........Private.. ............Ensign.. ____Aviation Cadet.. ...........Captain.. ...........Captain.. ..........Sergeant.. .........Lioutonant.. ...........Private.. .....Lieutenant j.g... ......Flight OHicor.. .....Technician 5G.. ..........Sergeant.. ____Lieutenant j.g... ........Lieutenant.. ----2nd Lieutenant.. ..........Corporal.. ....2nd Lieutenant.. ... .2nd Lieutenant.. ..........Corporal.. ....2nd Lieutenant.. 'Discharged +Post-war Studonts 134 SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army.....................151 Parkway. Oshkosh . .Navy Air Corps.......15 Winnobago St.. Oshkosh ..AAF...................IS Winnobago St.. Oshkosh . .Navy Air Corps........... 1520 Ohio St., Oshkosh . Army....................................Seymour ..Army...........................R. 5. Manitowoc .. Coast Guard..........................Kewaunee ..Army...............29 Carpenter St.. Fond du Lac ..Coast Guard...............236-llth St.. Oshkosh ..Navy......................81 Parkway, Oshkosh .. Army......................................Omro . AAF...................1835 Hubbard St.. Oshkosh ..Navy......................303 Main St.. Oshkosh . .Army...............123 Brush St.. N. Fond du Lac ..Army................................Little Chuto ..Army...................158 Rosalia St.. Oshkosh .. Navy..............................Winneconno ..Coast Guard................143-7th St.. Oshkosh ..Army..................162 Seventh Ave.. Oshkosh . .Navy.................2251 N. 53rd St.. Milwaukee . .Coast Guard......204 i Wisconsin St.. Tomahawk ..Army....................35 Nevada St.. Oshkosh ..Navy...................83 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..Army................................Sun Prairie .Navy Recruiting.....333 S. Main St., Fond du Lac .Army Anti-aircraft.........63 Mill St., Oshkosh .Navy..................346 Elmwood Ave., Oshkosh .Army Nurse Corps.........66 Frankfort St.. Oshkosh .WACS..................255 Catherine St.. Oshkosh .Navy.......................Seattle. Washington .Army Signal Corps... 11 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh .Navy..................300 Gillett St., Fond du Lac .AAF........................79 Grant St.. Oshkosh AAF.........................180 Scott St.. Oshkosh .Navy. .Box 405. Balboa Heights. Canal Zone. Rde. P. .Army.......................63 W. Custer. Oshkosh .Coast Guard................73 15th St., Oshkosh .AAF....................29 Winnobago St.. Oshkosh .Army Engineers...........376 Merritt St.. Oshkosh AAF ........................250 High St.. Oshkosh Army Ordnanco...............250 High St., Oshkosh .Navy..................121 Vi Wright St.. Oshkosh .Army.......................171 Bay St.. Oshkosh AAF.......................325 Otter St.. Oshkosh .Navy..................191 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh .Army Medical Corps............97-5th St.. Oshkosh .Army Infantry.........208 Elmwood Avo.. Oshkosh AAF.........................285 Vino St.. Oshkosh . AAF........................................Pound .Army........................................Pound .Army Medical Corps........................Pound .AAF...................499 Amory St.. Fond du Lac .Army.....................120 Fulton St.. OshkoBh .Army.......................173 Broad St. Oshkosh .Army Modical Corps.......................Bayvlow, Oshkosh . AAF.....................................Brodhoad .Army Signal Corps..........303 Bowon St.. Oshkosh .Army Medical Corps.....................Redgranito .Navy......................................Belmont AAF.........................925 11th St.. Oshkosh .Army Modical Corps.......712 S. Park Avo.. Oshkosh .Army.................................402-10th St„ Oshkosh .Army.................2226 2nd Ave.. Altoona. Penn. .Navy Air Corps....................R. 1. Oshkosh . Army......................................Marion .Navy.................................535-6th St.. Oshkosh .AAF........................................Marion .Army.....................292 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh .Army.....................169 Rosalia St.. Oshkosh . Navy.....................................Soymour . AAF......................................Seymour .AAF......................223-2nd St., Fond du Lac .Army Military Police... 130 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh .Army Modical Corps.545 Mich. Avo., N. Fond du Lac .Army Adm. Corps. ..545 Mich. Avo., N. Fond du Lac Army...................789 Jackson Drivo, Oshkosh .AAF............................R. 1, Fond du LacNAME RANK McDonald, John........... ‘McEssey, Eugone F........ McEssoy, Robert......... McGraw, William F........ ‘McGuire, Robert.......... ‘McGuire, Thomas lamos tMcLaughlin, Stanley I... ‘McMahon, Rolla........... ‘McWright. Ralph.......... Meerdink. Clyde L........ Meier. Russell.......... ‘Meier, William........... Merrill. Neil............ Motzig. Herbert W........ tMeyer. Ellsworth W....... Meyer, Frank............. "Moyer, Fred.............. Meyer. George............ Moyer, Jack.............. Moyer, Murray............ Moyers. Lowis W......... Midthun. Maynard......... ‘Miorswa. Daniel.......... Millor. Bornard M........ ‘Millor, Loo.............. ♦Millor, Raymond C.. Jr.., Millor. Robort........... ‘Miner. John W............ Miraclo, Jamos V......... ♦Misky, LoRoy.............. Misky. Robert............ Mittolstaodt. Arthur..... ♦Mohr. Ralph H............ ♦Molitor, Jamos C......... ‘Monahan. Hubert.......... ‘Monday, Harvoy............ Mondl. Vornon............ Montgomery. Rox........... . .Private Sergeant ...........Privato 1C ............Boatswain ........Staff Sorgoant ...............PhM 1C ..............Sorgoant .......2nd Lioutonant .....Electricians Mate ............Lieutenant Pharmacist's Mate 1C .......2nd Lioutenant ............Lieutenant ...............Private Pharmacist's Mato 3C .....Officers Training .........Lieutenant ...........Corporal ...........Corporal ...........Corporal Technical Sergeant ... .2nd Lieutenant .....Lieutenant j.g. ...........Sergeant .....Signalman 1C .....Technician 4G .........Lieutenant ...........Sergeant ............Private ........Lioutonant .....Technician 5G Technical Sergeant .........Lieutenant ............Captain. ...........Sergeant Montour. Franklin R, Moore. Edward D.... ‘Mooro. Frank.......... ‘Moore. Hugh........... ‘Moore. John........... ‘Mooro, Robert......... ♦Mooro. Thomas N..., Morasch. Elmor......... ♦Moratz. Russoll F.... Moroll. Clifford....... Morgan, Richard ‘Morris. Ray........... Morrisey. William... Mortell. Edward J.... Mortell. John.......... Mortell. Kathryn....... ‘Mortell. Mary T....... •Mortell. William P... ...........Corporal .. .Radio Technician ...........Sorgoant ............Captain .....Lieutenant j.g. ...........Sergeant ..........Seaman 1C .............Ensign ...........Sorgoant ...........Sergeant Technical Sergeant ............Captain ............Private .....Lieutenant j.g. .........Lieutenant Aviation Machinist's Mato 1C Mortensen. Carl.... Mortson. William... Mowbray. William. Muehrer. Lawrence. Muehrer. Norman... Mueller. Jamos..... Mueller. Richard... Muetzel, Horbert D. Mullen. David....... Mulva, Garrett...... Mulva. James....... Murphy, John........ Myers, Kermit....... .....Sergeant .....Sorgeant ......Corporal Staff Sergeant ........Cadet Staff Sorgoant ...Yeoman 2C ----Private 1C Staff Sergeant 2nd Lieutenant ......Sergeant ‘Nachtwey. Robert. ‘Naslund. Richard. ‘Nation. Louise.... ‘Nebel. John............................. ..........Lieutenant Approntico Seaman ----Specialist Y 2C ............Captain ‘Nogendank. Robert..........................Lieutenant Nelezen, Clarendon...........................Sergeant Noll. Edgar W.................................Private Nolson, Arnold................................Private ‘Discharged +Post-war Students SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Marinos............................Box 263 Omro . .Army Signal Corps... 19S E. Cotton St., Fond du Lac . .Army Tank Corps....195 E. Cotton St.. Fond du Lac ..Army Engineers............289 Grant St., Oshkosh ..Coast Guard...............258 Lako Dr.. Oshkosh .•AAF.......................258 Lako Dr.. Oshkosh ..Navy...............R. 3, Box 252 Olympia. Wash. ..Army................213 Now York Ave., Oshkosh ..AAF......................403 Bowen St., Oshkosh ..Navy......................875 Main St.. Oshkosh ..AAF......................38 E. Irving St., Oshkosh ..Navy.....................38 E. Irving St., Oshkosh ..Army.....................92 Jefferson St., Oshkosh ..Army..................................R. 1, Noonah ..Army Infantry..............1310 Neva Rd., Antlgo • Navy.....................................Marion • Navy.......................173 Pearl St.. Oshkosh .. Navy...................................Argonne ..Army..........................214 Lincon, Neenah . .AAF........................................Marion . Army..................................51616th St.. Oshkosh . .Army....................................Verona • AAF.......................28 Walnut St.. Oshkosh ..Army..................S7 Winnebago St., Oshkosh ..Navy.....................24 Saratoga St.. Oshkosh ..Marinos.................145 Cherry Ave., Oshkosh ..Navy Signal Corps....471 S. Marr St.. Fond du Lac ..Army....................69 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..AAF...................446 Mt. Vernon St..Oshkosh ..AAF......................107 Church St.. Oshkosh ..Army.....................107 Church St.. Oshkosh ..AAF....................604 N. 9th St., Sheboygan .. Army Ordnance.....................Markesan ..Army Infantry................................R. 2. Appleton ..AAF........................443 Otter St.. Oshkosh ..Army Chomical Warfare. 331 W. Algoma St.. Oshkosh ..AAF......................140Vi Boyd St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.....................55Grant St., Oshkosh ..Army Medical Corps..........................R. 3. Shawano ..Navy......................112 S. Lake St.. Noenah ..AAF.....................116 Church St.. Oshkosh ..Marine Air Corps.........116 Church St.. Oshkosh ..Navy..................179 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh ..AAF........................100 Park St.. Oshkosh ..Navy..................S62 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps.............157 8th Ave.. Oshkosh ..Army Infantry.............407 Union St.. Hartford .. Army.........................................Omro ..Army......................Stoney Beach. Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps....372 Mt. Vornon St., Oshkosh . .Army...............................Waukau ..Navy..................95 W. New York Avo., Oshkosh ..Navy..................95 W. Now York Ave.. Oshkosh ..Red Cross.............95 W. New York Ave.. Oshkosh ..Red Cross.............95 W. New York Ave., Oshkosh ■ Navy............95 W. Now York Ave.. Oshkosh ..Navy.........1114 Michigan Ave., N. Fond du Lac ..Army....................518 N. Main St.. Oshkosh ..AAF...................118 Brush St., Fond du Lac ..Army Engineers.......15 E. Lincoln Ave.. Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps.....15 E. Lincoln Avo., Oshkosh ..Army...................407 N. Pearl St.. Janesvillo ..Army......................2115 Doty St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.......................120917-10th St.. Antigo ..Army Antiaircraft.............R. 3. Fond du Lac ..Army....................574 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..........................574 Jackson Dr., Oshkosh . . AAF...................438 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..Army................113 Frederick Ave.. Oshkosh ..Army................................Chicago. 111. ..Navy V12................628 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..WAVES...................345 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..Army Medical Corps 276 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps. 1440 California Ave.. Laboalto. Cal. .. Army........................................Omro . .Army.....................................Mayville ..AAF.................122 Bischoff St.. Fond du Lac 135NAME Nelson. Arthur........... ‘Nelson. Douglas......... Nelson. Evald A........... Nelson. James............ Nelson. James F........... Nelson. Lyle............. Nelson. Norbort J........ ♦Nelson. Philip H......... Nolson. Victor I......... ‘Neuenschwander. Herbert. Newman. Edward S.......... ‘Nevitt. Charles.......... Newton. Edwin H., Jr...... Nickel. Warren............ ♦Nielson. Luther M....... Niemuth. John R........... Nioso, Gerald............ Niland. Rosemary.......... 'Nolan. Charles.......... Nolan. Michael G......... Nolan. Thomas J........... Nolto. Herbert........... Nommensen. Rachel......... Nordhaus. Woodrow P— Novack. John.............. Novitsko. Lloyd........... Novokofski. John.......... Nowackl. Edward.......... RANK .........Lieutenant Technical Sergeant ........Private 1C .........Lieutenant .....Lieutenant j.g. ... i......Private ............Privato .....StaH Sergeant .........Lieutonant ...........Sergeant .............Ensign ...........Sergeant ............Captain .....Technician SG ......Flight OHicor ...........Private .............Ensign ............Captain Technical Sergeant .....Lioutenant j.g. .........Lieutonant .....2nd Lioutonant Apprentice Seaman ............Corporal .....Lioutenant j.g. ....Potty OHicer 2C SERVICE HOME ADDRESS .AAF....................610 Illinois St., Fond du Lac ..Army....................... 07 Honry St.. Neenah . .Army....................................Butternut ..AAF.............417 E. Wisconsin Avo.. Tomahawk ..Navy.....................321-8th St., Fond du Lac . .Army.........................................Omro . .Army....................................Butternut ..AAF....................239 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh . AAF....................... 273 Hazel St.. Oshkosh .. Army................................ Hustisford ..Army Coast Artiliary.... 153 W. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..Coast Guard.................250 Lako Dr.. Oshkosh ..Army Engineers....................810 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..Army............925 W. Seaside. Long Beach. Cal. ..Army Infantry..........169 JeHerson Ave.. Oshkosh ..AAF...................1708 Minnesota St. Oshkosh ..Army........................536 School St., Kohler ..WAVES................107 W. 2nd St.. Fond du Lac ..Marines................124 Central Ave.. Oshkosh . .AAF........................................Manawa . .Navy.....................................Manawa ..AAF.......................473 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh ..American Red Cross.......................Shawano ..Army....................1634 Georgia St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.......................2212 Doty St.. Oshkosh ..Army........................449 Otter St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.......................794 De Pore St..Menasha ..Navy........................707-12th St.. Oshkosh Oaks. Kenneth......... O'Brion. Jamos........ O'Brien. Leonard______ O'Brion. Martin....... O'Cain, W. Wayne.. O'Callahan. Kathleen. O'Connell, Francis J.. O'Connol, John........ O'Connell. John W... O'Connel, Robert...... ♦O'Connor, Richard.... O'Konski. Adrian...... Oldfield. Walter..... Olen. Charls.......... Olson. Orvilo......... Olson. Jergen B...... O'Noill. John........ Opicka. Ferdinand W. Oskar. Harold......... Ostertag. George E... ‘Ostertag. Robert..... Ott. Ralph A.......... Otten. Donald........ ♦Otton. Hugh T......... Otto. Forest......... Otto. George......... Overton. James........ ............Privato ..Officer's Training .............Ensign Technical Sergeant .............Ensign ............Captain .....Staff Sorgoant Technical Sorgoant ............Private ........Lieutenant .......Privato 1C .............Cadet ........Lioutenant ..........Colonol ..........Sergeant .........Seaman 1C. .........Seaman 2C ........Privato 1C ........Private 1C ...........Private ........Private 1C ... .Technician 5G Chief Potty OHicer .. Master Sergeant ........Soaman 2C Navy.......................Ill Hazel St.. Oshkosh AAF ......................396-8th St.. Fond du Lac Army....................396-8th St.. Fond du Lac Navy Air Corps.............................Manawa Army...................................Redgranite WAVES...........197 Parkway. Oshkosh Army...........................R. 2. Now London Army...............................R. 1. Oshkosh Army................117 W. Follott St., Fond du Lac AAF.........................24 Hazel St.. Oshkosh Navy........................24 Hazel St.. Oshkosh AAF..............................R. 2. Kowaunee Army Signal Corps ... 106 Walnut St.. Fond du Lac Army Modical Corps.........41-13th St.. Clintonville Navy..........................514 Dorr St.. Antigo Army.....................................Drummond Army.....................35 Saratoga St.. Oshkosh Navy......................................Kewaunee Navy......................141 Jackson St., Monasha AAF......................682 JeHerson St.. Oshkosh Army Artillory...........682 JeHerson St.. Oshkosh Army......................................Oshkosh Marines.....................................Barton AAF.........................................Barton Navy....................1618 Nebraska St.. Oshkosh Army.......................1522 Ohio St., Oshkosh Navy Air Corps.............................Oshkosh Paddock. Ramona E...................Technical Sergeant Pagel, Eileen..........................2nd Lieutenant Pansch. F. Norman......................Lieutenant j.g. Pappenfuss. Frank Otto.........................Private Parks. Claronco R..............................Privato 1C Paterson. Stuart.......................StaH Sorgoant ♦Paterson. Robert C............................Sorgoant ‘Pattorson. Alvin................................Soaman 1C Pattkow. Konneth J.............................Private ‘Patz. Vornon................................Lieutonant j.g. Patzko. Robert..................................Seaman 1C Paulson. Keith C...............................Private Pearson. Harriet...............................Sergeant ‘Pearson. James.........................2nd Lieutenant Peck. William R...............................Sorgoant Pelican. Edward................................Coxswain Pelton. Russell.............................Lieutenant j.g. |‘ Pennau. John...............................Lieutenant Penny. Howard...............................Lieutonant Porkins. Patricia..................................... Perzontka. Josoph...............................Seaman 2C Peterson. Lyle...................................Seaman 2C ‘Discharged tPost-war Studonts . WACS...............................Markosan WACS...................97 Monroe Ave., Oshkosh Navy Medical Corps.............9th St., Oshkosh AAF..................................Woodland Army......................................Iola Army.....................511 Main St.. Oshkosh AAF......................511 Main St.. Oshkosh Coast Guard..............143 Grove St.. Oshkosh Army Signal Corps... .2875 N. 10th St.. Milwaukee Navy..................818 S. Clay St.. Green Bay Navy Air Corps.......1346 West Ave.. Green Bay Army................108 E. River St.. Tomahawk WACS.......................93 Park St.. Oshkosh Marines....................93 Park St.. Oshkosh Army........................Box 114, Redgranite Navy.................................Kowaunee Navy........................ .R. 3. Waupaca AAF..................................Oshkosh . AAF................................Waupaca WAVES............................75 Parkway. Oshkosh Navy..................152 Cedar St.. Oshkosh Navy............................... WashburnNAME Potorson. Marian E.... Potrie. Francis......... Potrosik. John L........ ♦Pfaffonroth, Carlton H. 'Pfeiffer. Raymond J.... Pfoffenback. William... Pfrang. David R......... 'Philpott. Delbert....... 'Pickett. Searl G........ Piel. Delmor............ Pierce. Clifford........ Pinkerton. William M.. 'Pipkorn. Homer.......... Pipkorn. William........ 'Pittlor. Stovan.......... Plansky. Roy............ Plotz. Arno............. Plotz, Erwin............ Poepke. Louis........... ‘Pokrandt. Harry C....... Polk. Robert............ ’Polzin. William.......... Porath. Waltor.......... 'Possin, Chostor.......... Powoll. Earl F........... ♦Price. lack C........... 'Procknow. John.......... Pucci, Rudolph.......... Puestow. Robert......... Pung. Albert............ RANK ..Yeoman 3C ......Privato Staff Sergeant .....RM 2C ....Corporal ...............Corporal ............Private 1C .............Lieutenant Hospital Apprentice 2C ........Lieutenant j.g. .............Lioutenant Lieutenant Commander ........2nd Lieutenant ...............Sergeant ................Private .....Lieutenant j.g. .....Lieutenant j.g. ,... .Technician 5G ............Privato Technical Sergeant ............Privato .......... SoM 1C .....Staff Sergeant ...........Corporal ........Privato 1C .............Ensign SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..WAVES....................81 Anne St.. Clintonvillo .. Army.................................Stockbridge .. AAF....................2407.13th Place. LaCrosse ..Navy.......................309 Grant St.. Oshkosh ..Army....................1843 Oregon St., Oshkosh . .AAF....................................Watertown ..Army........................576 Grove St.. Neenah .. Army........................................Omro ..AAF....................134 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh ..Navy..........................R. 1. Now London ..Navy...................53 W. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.................215 Elmwood Ave., Oshkosh ..Navy.....................410 Merritt St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.....................410 Merritt St.. Oshkosh . .AAF..............14 N. Seymour St., Fond du Lac ..Army Modi cal Corps........................Omro ..Army.......................94 Boyd St.. Oshkosh .Navy.......................538 12th St.. Oshkosh ..Navy..................1203 S. Poarl St.. Oshkosh ..Navy Air Corps...........R. 4. Box 305, Oshkosh ..Navy.................500 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh ..Army.....................245 Ceape St.. Oshkosh ..Army......................155 Grant St.. Oshkosh ..AAF..................522 E. Lincoln St.. Waupun ..Army.............................R. 1. Hubertus ..Navy.....................78 4 Fulton St.. Oshkosh ..AAF....................304 W. Algoma. Oshkosh ..Army......................103 Parkway. Oshkosh .. A.S.T.P..................112 High St.. Oshkosh ..Navy.................714 Aspen St.5. Milwaukee Qualemann. Donald 2nd Lioutenant..............Army R. 1. Iron Ridge Raasch. Alton............. Rabidoau. Robert E........ Rach. Harvey.............. Radde. Donald G............ Radford. William........... ■Radkoy. Hugo I............. Radtko. Clifford.......... ♦Radtke. Georgo W........... Rajek. Edgar............... Rajsky. Harry.............. Rand. Allan W............. Rapp. Arthur............... Rasmussen, Donald.......... Rasmussen. J. Burton...... Rasmussen. John Frodorick ♦Rasmusson. John P.......... ’Rasmusson. Morton......... 'Rasmussen. William......... Rath, Donald............... 'Ratzburg. Richard.......... Reddy. John............... Redemann. Evan............ ■Roep. Stephen.............. Roc8o. David............... 'Reifer. lames.............. Roior. Norman.............. Reinke. Alvin............. Reinke. John............... Roynolds. Gordon........... Rhyner. Elmor.............. Rhynor. lack............... Rhyner, Roger.............. ♦Rico. Leonard.............. ♦Richard, Arnold............ Richard. Harold............ Richards. Sarah lano....... Richlon. Levi.............. 'Richman. Sidney............ Ricbcn. Oscar.............. Riedhausor. Charles........ "Rine. Donald.............. Ritchie. Gordon........... Roberts. Edward............ 'Roberts, Llewelyn.......... Robertson. Konneth S...... Robertson. Merle........... ..................Sergeant ..........Petty Officer 1C Motor Machinist's Mate 2C ....................Private ............Lieutonant j.g. ............Lieutenant j.g. ....................Captain ..................Sergeant .................Lieutenant ...........Radio Mato 2C ..................Sergeant ... Aviation Metalsmith 2C .......Technical Sergeant ..................Sergeant ..................Corporal ............Staff Sergeant ............Staff Sergeant ..................Corporal ....................Private .................Lieutenant ....................Ensign ...........Aviation Cadot ..................Privato. ............Staff Sergeant ............Staff Sorgcant ....................Privato ............Privato ............Captain ............MM 2C .........Lieutenant ........Private 1C ..........Sergeant Technical Sergeant .........Lioutenant .............Ensign .........Lieutenant ..............Major .....Staff Sergeant .............Ensign ..........Corporal ..........Sergeant .............Ensign .....Radioman 3C ..........Corporal. .........Lieutenant ‘Discharged +Post-war Students Army Medical Corps......................Oakfield Navy Air Corps.....731 S. Commercial St.. Noonah Navy...................1718 Bouton St.. Apploton .Army......................................Eureka Coast Guard..................38 Park St.. Oshkosh Navy...................Black Wolf Point. Oshkosh Army.................565 Forest Ave.. Fond du Lac Marines.....................165 Otter St . Oshkosh Army.........................604-Sth St., Merrill Navy......................396 Grant St..'Oshkosh Army...........................R. 1. Clintonville Navy...........829 Michigan Ave., N. Fond du Lac AAF....................................Redgranite Army Medical Corps........Ill Fulton St.. Oshkosh Army.........................191 Parkway. Oshkosh . AAF.....................................Oshkosh AAF.......................201 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh Army Medical Corps... .267 Frederick Ave. Oshkosh Army................................R. 1. Oshkosh AAF....................1911 Oregon St.. Oshkosh Navy.......................85 Liberty St.. Oshkosh AAF........................................Fromont AAF.....................................Hartford AAF...................213 W. Lincoln St.. Oshkosh Army Signal Corps...........293 Otter St.. Oshkosh Army................................Beavor Dam Army..................................Winneconne Army......................140 Bowen St.. Oshkosh AAF....................1 Frederick Ave.. Oshkosh Navy..................222 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh AAF........................163 Lake Dr.. Oshkosh Army.......................402-16th St.. Oshkosh Army..................92 Jefferson Ave.. Oshkosh Army Signal Corps..........488 Main St.. Niagara AAF........................488 Main St.. Niagara WAVES........................................Waldo AAF...................................... Crivitz AAF...................245 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh Army Signal Corps...........................Omro Navy Air Corps............205 Division St., Neenah AAF....................147 McKinley St.. Neenah Army......................................Montello Navy........................265 W. New York Ave., Oshkosh Navy........................265 W. New York Ave.. Oshkosh AAF.......................123 Evans St.. Oshkosh Army........................................Tomah 137NAME RANK 'Robertson. Robort C...... Robley. Stanley........... ‘Rodat. Warron........... Roe. John................. Roock. Waltor H........... 'Roeder. Charles B........ •Roedor. Nile W........... 'Rogors. Harold........... Rohde. Carl............... Rohde. Harvey............. Rohde. Loonard............ Rajahn. Mace Frank........ RoloH. Edwin.............. Rolph. Charles............ Romaine. John............. 'Roper. Wayne............. Rosontrotor. Frederick M.. Rosentreter. Merton R.... Rossoy. Frances Priscilla Ross. Stuart T............ Rothonbach. Goorgo........ Rothonbach. Russell....... Rottman, Goorgo........... Rowe. Herbort J........... fRuockort. Vernon......... Rugotska. Curtis L........ Runnoe. Cyril............. Russell. Hugh............. 'Ruth. Elmor.............. Rutkoske. Florian......... 'Rutter. Lawronco N....... Ryan. Bernard............. Ryan, Charles............. Ryan. Russell............. ............Private 1C .......Petty Officer 2C .................Captain .............Privato 1C .........Lieutenant j.g. ..................Major Lieutenant Commander ................Sergeant .........Lieutonant j.g. ................Private ........Aviation Cadot ........Master Sorgoant ..............Lieutenant ..............Lioutonant .............R O M. 2C ................Corporal ...............Sergeant ................Corporal ..................Ensign ..............Lioutonant ................Sergeant ................Sergeant .........Private ......Private 1C .........Corporal .........Private .........Corporal ......Lieutenant ,. .Staff Sorgoant Mastor Sergeant ......Lieutenant .........Privato ..Staff Sergeant SERVICE HOME ADDRESS Army Military Police...330 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh Navy Air Corps................................Shawano Army.......................274 Otter St.. Oshkosh Marine Paratroops.....2S0 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh Navy..................................Watertown Army..........4942 N. Hollywood Ave., Milwaukee Navy..............474 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh Army....................671 N. Main St.. Oshkosh Navy...............535 Roberts St., Fort Atkinson AAF............................................Marion AAF......................................Marion Army Modical Corps.............Kankakee. Illinois Army Dental Corps.315 E. Hancock St.. Now London AAF................4018 N. 4th St.. Phoenix. Ariz. Coast Guard...............79-7th St.. Fond du Lac AAF.......................29Vt Polk St.. Oshkosh Army..............605 Cleveland Ave.. Manitowoc Army..............605 Cleveland Avo.. Manitowoc Navy Nurse Corps...................R. 1. Oshkosh AAF ............450 W. Now York Avo.. Oshkosh Army..................1820 Hubbard St.. Oshkosh AAF..........................619.7th St.. Oshkosh Navy.....................237-7th St., Fond du Lac Army....................................Wautoma Army Ordnance................P. O. Box 73. Omro AAF.....................................Waupaca Army................................Black Croek Army......................386 Broad St., Oshkosh Army..............1315 W. Franklin St.. Apploton Army...............267 Wisconsin Ave.. Oshkosh AAF...................410 E. Forest Ave.. Neenah Army......................79 School St., Oshkosh Army..........................................Valdors AAF..........................................Brillion Sabrowsky, Clarence........ Sacharaski. Jerome........ 'Salziedor. Paul H......... Samz. Robert.............. Sandberg, Raymond.......... Sandberg. Vera............ Sandee. Miles.............. Santy. Clarenco............ Sarres. James.............. +Satorstrom. Thomas......... Sauerbrei. Marvin.......... Saunders. Frederick........ Savinske. George.......... 'Sawall. Merville........... Schaefer. Arnold........... Schoor. John F............ tSchein. Norman............ tScholler. Elmor........... 7Schenke. Russell........... 'Schottl. Alvin............ Schilleman. Jacob.......... Schlogol. Richard.......... Schloutter. Edward........ Schmallonberg. Molvin.... Schmidt. Clifford J........ TSchmirler. John............ tSchmirler. Richard......... Schmitt. Pete.............. Schmolesky. Gilbert....... Schnooborgor. Bruce........ Schneider. Clarence James Schnoider. John............ +Schneider. John W.......... 'Schoenborger. Richard.... Schoenborn. Robert J....... Schommor. Hans............. 'Schraa. Jerome............. Schrage. Clifford......... Schram. Arno William------- Schriofer. Walter......... Schroodor. Howard......... Schroeder. Russell........ Schubert. Dolwyn G......... Schuck. Andrew............. Lieutenant .......Corporal ..........Ensign ......Lioutonant ..........Ensign ........Corporal .....Private 1C Potty Officer 3C .........Privato ........Sergeant ........Sergeant .........Captain ..2nd Lieutenant ...............Sergeant .........Technician 4G .........Staff Sergeant ...............Coxswain .........Staff Sergeant ................Private .............Lieutenant ................Captain .............Lieutenant .............Lioutonant 2nd Class Petty Officer ........Technician 4G .............Lieutonant ............Private 1C ................Private .........Technician SG .............Lieutonant ...............Corporal ...............Corporal .........Staff Sergoant ................Private .............Lieutenant .... Apprentice Seaman ............Private 1C ----Apprentice Seaman .... Ensign Private 1C . Lieutenant 'Discharged 1 Post-war Students 138 Army.......................................Manawa Army..................1929 S. 60th St.. West Allis Army................................632 Park St.. Oshkosh Navy..........................R. 3. Clin ton ville AAF..........1109 Michigan Ave.. N. Fond du Lac WAVES.....................R. 2. Box 31. Birnamwood Army Headquarters Band.. .22-15th St.. Fond du Lac Army...........................R. 5. Green Bay Navy.................................154 Main St., Oshkosh Army.....................................Randolph AAF.......................................Wautoma Army Medical Corps....714 Elmore St.. Green Bay Marino Air Corps.....1663 Minnesota St.. Oshkosh AAF..................906 Jofforson Avo.. Oshkosh Army...............................Stetsonville Army.........................29 Coapo St.. Oshkosh Army Engineers....194 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh Army.................................Van Dyno Navy....................419 Watertown St.. Waupun AAF.......................1607 Witzel St.. Oshkosh Army.......................................Wabeno Army Engineers..........221 VS Main St.. Menasha AAF...................904 Nebraska St.. Oshkosh Army...............1002 Wyman St.. New London Navy..................1632 Oregon St.. Oshkosh Navy Air Corps............222 Bowen St.. Oshkosh Army Medical Corps----353 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh AAF........................Hotel Gordon. Laona Army..........816 Wisconsin Ave.. N. Fond du Lac Army...............360 Shorman St., Fond du Lac Army Medical Corps.........230 Oak St.. Oshkosh AAF..................510 Punhoqua St.. Oshkosh AAF............................R. 1. Green Bay Army.....................246 Spruce St.. Oshkosh Army Paratropps...........638 Milwaukee St.. Kiel Army Medical Corps......................Hustisford Army.................230 Monroe Avo.. Oshkosh Navy V-12.........245 Marquette St.. Fond du Lac Army..................................Milwaukee Navy V-12..................335 Otter St.. Oshkosh Army.................274 S. Walnut St.. May ville Navy Air Corps.....410 Washington Ave.. Neenah Army Signal Corps....1020 S. 15th St.. Manitowoc Navy Dental Corps...418 Milwaukee St.. KowauneoNAME RANK Schuler. Gordon......... ‘Schultz. Arinin A...... Schultz. Ervin.......... ‘Schultz. Frank.......... Schultz. Gaylord W... Schultz. Howard......... Schultz. Raymond A. Schumann. Norman C. Schuster. Carl.......... Schuster. Carl N........ Schwalbe. John.......... Schwan. Ralph........... ‘Schwertfeger. Merlin.. Seavey. Emerson......... Seeqer. Edward.......... Seeley. Clifford........ Seiler. Harold.......... Sensonbrennor. Robert Sharif. Lee............. ♦Sharratt. Glonn......... Shoo. Richard........... Shoo. Robert............ Sholloy. Howard........ Shilcrat. Jacob......... Shipman. Robert G.... Shirtz. Arthur.......... Shreve. Glenn........... Shultz. Raymond A------- Siefert. Jorry R........ Simpson. Georgo......... Sitter. James.......... Sittor. Stophon......... Lieutenant J.g. ____Private 1C ... .Lieutenant .......Captain ..........Major ......Corporal ......Corporal .......Private Private .......................Private ......................Corporal ....................Lieutenant ........................Ensign ................Lieutenant J.g. ....................Lieutenant ......................Corporal Aviation Machinist's Mate 1C ......................Corporal ...............Aviation Cadet .......................Private ........................Ensign .......................Private .......................Private Technical Sergeant ............Private .........Lioutonant ............Colonel ...........Corporal .Lieutenant Colonel Sitzbcrgor. Robert........ Siviur. Bernard J......... Skodinski. Chostor........ Sloan. Rogor L............ Smith. Arthur............. ‘Smith. David Post........ Smith. Eugene............. Smith. Floyd.............. Smith. Harold A........... Smith. Koith.............. +Smith. Rogor D........... ‘Smithors. William A.... Snow. David............... ‘Snow. James.............. Sohrweide. John E......... Solio. Edward............. ‘Sorenson. Roy............ ‘Spoor. Croighton......... ‘Spoor. David............. ‘Sphatt. Robort........... Spiegelberg. Arlin C.... Spink. Robort W........... ‘Spoor. Lyle.............. ‘Staorkol. Julius.......... Stamborski. Raymond D. Stamborski. Roman......... ‘Standko. Stanloy......... Stangby, Harry............ Stangby. Norman........... Stango. Paul.............. ‘Stange. Robert........... Stangol. Harvoy.......... Stanley. Thomas M......... ‘Stark. Ernst............. Staszak. Raymond E.... ‘Stockbauor, Loo.......... +StoHon. Jamos L.......... Steffens, Richard......... Stoibol. Claronco......... Steinfoldt. Charlos....... ‘Steinhilbor. Arthur...... Steinkellner. Robert.... ‘Steinkellner. William... Stelzner. Robort.......... Stopanion. John........... ........Lieutenant J.g. ................Private .........Staff Sergeant Aviation Radioman 1C ................Private ..............Sergeant ................Private ................Private ............Private 1C ..............Sergeant ............Privato 1C ........Staff Sergeant. ...............Captain ..............Corporal. .............Lieutenant ..............Corporal ..........Petty Offlcor ..............Sergeant ............Privato 1C ..............Sergeant ........Staff Sergeant ...................CETM ................Privato ............Private 1C. ..............Sergeant ............Privato 1C ........Staff Sorgoant ...........Privato 1C ............Midshipman ..............Corporal ................Cadet ........2nd Lieutenant ...........Lieutenant .............Sergeant Pharmacist's Mato 1C .......Staff Sorgoant ..............Corporal .........Petty Officer ........Staff Sergeant ........Staff Sergeant ...........Lioutonant ..Technical Sorgoant .Radar Technician 2C ‘Discharged Post-war Students SERVICE ..Navy............. .. AAF............ ..Navy............. . .Army Ordnance... ..AAF............. . .Army............ ..Army Medical Corps . AAF............. ..Navy............ .. Army............ .. Navy............ . .Army........... .. Army Signal Corps.. . .Army............ ..Navy............. ..Navy Modical Corps . .Army........... . .Army........... ..Navy Air Corps.... HOME ADDRESS ...................Brillion ........316 Pine St.. Noenah ........284 John St.. Oshkosh ........284 John St.. Oshkosh ..........San Antonio. Texas .....................Wautoma ....................Ashland ....325 Bridgo St., Mayvillo .....................Thorosa ....................Mayvillo .......................Monroe ....535 S. Park St.. Oshkosh ...136 Frederick Avo.. Oshkosh .....................Tomahawk .1103 N. Bonnett St.. Appleton ...................Woyauwoga 211 S. Park Avo.. Fond du Lac ...338 Nicolot Blvd., Monasha ..................Butternut AAF .................................R. 5. Oshkosh AAF.........................................Pickett Army Signal Corps..................R. 2. Oshkosh Navy Air Corps..........................Mattoon Army Quartern. Corps.217 Commercial St.. Apploton Army Medical Corps..............R. 2. Rhinelander Army.........3803 Arlington Ave.. Fort Wayne. Ind. Army Ordnance.........................Weyauwega Army...................................Washburn Navy.......................96 Cedar St.. Oshkosh Army.................321 McKinley St.. Eau Claire Army Field Artillery---226 Monroe Ave.. Oshkosh Army Medical Corps 4001 N. Prospect Ave.. Milwaukee Navy........................340-16th St.. Oshkosh AAF.......................501 Union St.. Shawano AAF..................................R. 2. Antigo .Navy...............309 Wisconsin St.. New London AAF...................497 Jefferson Ave., Oshkosh AAF........................857 Main St.. Oshkosh AAF................................R. 1. Seymour Army..............531 Birch St.. Wisconsin Rapids Army........................................Ripon AAF.....................378 Jackson Dr., Oshkosh AAF..........................196 Parkway. Oshkosh AAF.................198 Chestnut St., Fond du Lac AAF......................418-4th St.. Fond du Lac Army..................435 S. Main St.. Fond du Lac AAF..........................................Alma Army..............536 Main Avo.. N. Fond du Lac Navy........ 315 W. Forost St., Neonah AAF.........................912 Pearl St.. Berlin Army.......................912 Pearl St.. Berlin Army.........................47 Carr St.. Oshkosh Army...........................154 Oakland Ave.. Oshkosh Navy...........212 W. Wisconsin Avo.. Milwaukoo Army...................31 Tonnessco St.. Oshkosh Army...................349 Sawyor Avo.. Oshkosh Marinos................317 Congress St.. Oshkosh Army Signal Corps......291 Congress St.. Oshkosh Army Modical Corps.........620-11th St.. Oshkosh Army..................103 Polk St.. N. Fond du Lac Army............113 Wisconsin St.. N. Fond du Lac Navy Medical Corps..................Hoyleton, 111 AAF.................................Hoyleton. Ill AAF...............................R. 5. Kewaunee AAF..4137 Greenbrier Rd.. Lakewood Village. Calif. AAF........................339 10th St.. Oshkosh Army....................837-14th Ave., Grcon Bay Navy........................1009-6th St.. Oshkosh AAF..........................1536 Prospect Ave.. Oshkosh Army.........................21-2nd St.. Monasha Navy......................................Wausau AAF........................119 Yale St., Groen Bay Army Military Police........1029-4th St.. Oshkosh Navy....................24 Sheridan Rd.. Oshkosh AAF.....................24 Sheridan Rd.. Oshkosh Navy.........................1236-4th St..Oshkosh Army............941 Michigan Ave., N. Fond du Lac 139NAME Stephan. Edwin.......... Stephan, John I......... Stevens. Curtis......... Still. Charles.......... Stinomates. Philip...... Stoeberl. George Frank Stoegbauor. Horbert.... Stoegbauer. Robert...... Stoemor. Viola.......... •Stoll. Frank C.......... 'Stordock. Paul......... Stoveken. Ruth D........ Stowo. Gerald........... ♦Stowe. William.......... Stras«on. Norman....... Strassen. Ralph......... Strey. August........... "Strey. Ralph............ Suhr. Raymond W......... Sullivan. George........ Sullivan. James......... Sullivan. Thomas R...... Suren. John............. Sutter. Walter F........ Swanko. Herman.......... Swartz. Neil............ ♦Sweeney. Edward J------- Sweet. Donald........... ♦Swoot. Richard.......... Swiston. Joseph......... Tabor. Lawrence......... Talbot. John R.......... ‘Tank. Robert H......... Tannenbaum. Earl........ Tanty. Lyman C.......... Task. David............. ♦Taub. Clayton........... Taub, Samuel............ Taylor. Eugone A........ Taylor. James........... ♦Tavlor. Ruth Mary....... Taylor, Sammy C......... Togatz. Richard......... Tempos. Walter.......... Tomplo. John............ ♦Ton Haken. Donald.... ♦Torrace. Donald......... ♦Terrace. Ralph J........ ♦Thoin. Edward........... 'Thibodeau, Gregory______ ♦Thiel. Norman C......... Thiole. Lester.......... 'Thobabon. Harold O.... Thomas. Donald.......... Thomas. Herbort......... Thomas. John C.......... 'Thomas. Lincoln A....... RANK .......Mailman 3C ..........Sergeant Technical Sergeant ........Lieutenant ............Ensign ...........Private .Chief Petty OHicor ...........Captain ............Captain. .....Staff Sorgoant Apprentice Seaman .....Staff Sergeant ..........P. O. 1C ..........1st Officer .....2nd Lieutonant .........Lieutenant ............Captain .........Privato 1C .....Staff Sergeant .........Lioutonant .....Aviation Cadet ..........Seaman 2C .....Lieutenant J.g. ............Sergeant Apprentice Seaman .........Technician 3G ...Technical Sergeant ................Private ......Petty Officer 3C ...............Captain ............Lieutenant ................Privato ..............Sergeant ............Lieutonant ..............Sorgoant ............Lieutenant ...........Private 1C ........Staff Sergeant ...........Private 1C Pharmacist's Mato 3C. .......,........Ensign .......Aviation Cadet ........Lioutonant j.g.. ..............Captain. .......Aviation Cadet ..............R.M. 2C ........Staff Sergeant ..............Corporal. .......Aviation Cadet ........Technician 5G. Lioutonant . .Corporal . .Corporal ,.... Major Thomas. Marshall H.... Thomas. Mavis Arleth.. Thompson. Donald......... Thompson. Maynard F.. Thompson, William........ Thoroson. Donald J....... 'Thorson. Vernon.......... Thurk. Frank Carter______ Tice. Frederick L........ 'Tice. Royal K............ Ties. Frederick.......... 'Tilkons. Geno C.......... Tilloson. Elizabeth...... Toepfor. Mary Ann.... Toms. Russoll............ ♦Toohey. James J.......... Tucker. Hobart........... 'Ubbolohde. Carl W.. Jr. Uffenbeck, Loren......... Ullrich. Elmer........... ...........Corporal ........(Sp. T.) 2C ............Privato .....Technician 4G Apprentice Seaman ............Private .........Lioutonant ........Private 1C .....Staff Sergeant .Technical Sergeant .........Seaman 1C .....Technician 3G .............Ensign .....Lioutonant j.g. .........Lieutenant .....Technician 5G ......Radioman 3C .....Technician 5G. ........Privato 1C Technical Sorgoant •Discharged tPost-war Students 140 SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ,. .Navy........................................Sawyer . AAF...........................................Sawyer ..Army...................20S E. Harris St.. Appleton ..Army...................446 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh . .Navy Air Corps...........506 Amnite St.. Waupaca .. Army...............................Grand Marsh ..Navy.......................58 Union St.. Oshkosh ..AAF............................1231-6th St.. Oshkosh ..WAVES........................609V4-14th St.. Oshkosh ..AAF..........................34 Park St.. Oshkosh ..AAF................181 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh .WAVES.........................................Pombine ..Army Medical Corps.....131 Miller St.. W. DoPore ..Navy................10 Lenwood Terrace, Oshkosh ..Maritime Service.......266 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh . Army...................266 Waugoo St.. Oshkosh ..Army...................330 Monroe Ave.. Oshkosh ..AAF....................330 Monroe Ave.. Oshkosh . AAF.......................................Hustisford ..Army...............................R. 3, Fond du Lac ..Army....................156-3rd St.. Fond du Lac . Navy Air Corps......408 S. Marr St.. Fond du Lac ..Navy...................139 E. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..Navy...................130 Cotton St., Fond du Lac .. Army.......................................Tigerton . .Navy V-12...................519-9th St.. Oshkosh ..............................Box 166. Fond du Lac ..Army Engineers.........3841 N. 13th St.. Milwaukee ..AAF............................82 Bont Avo.. Oshkosh ..Army ...................................... Washburn ..Navy...................469 Oconto Ave.. Peshtigo Army Medical Corps.........54 Custer St.. Oshkosh . AAF.........................120 Rosalia St.. Oshkosh ..Army...............115 W. Lincoln Ave.. Oshkosh . Army...................200 S. Main St., Oshkosh ..AAF.................35 Algoma St.. Fond du Lac . AAF.................208W W. Irving St.. Oshkosh ..Marines.............208 -i W. Irving St.. Oshkosh . Army............................................Iola ..Army...................76 Frankfort St.. Oshkosh . WACS..............1924 Washington Blvd.. Racine . .Navy........................................Fremont ..Navy...........................25 Rahr Ave.. Oshkosh ..Navy V-12......................................Adell ..Navy Medical Corps.........27-6th St.. Fond du Lac ..Marino Air Corps............................Oostburg ..Navy Air Corps.........277 Lemmer St.. Oshkosh ..Navy...................277 Lommor St.. Oshkosh . AAF .......................103 1st St.. Kimberly .. AAF.........................................Coleman ..Navy Air Corps..............423-15th St.. Oshkosh ..Army.........................957-4th St., Oshkosh ..Army........................112 Rosalia St.. Oshkosh ..Navy..............4860 S. 28th St.. Arlington. Va. ..Army.......................15 Molvin St.. Oshkosh . .Army.................. 313 Merritt St.. Oshkosh .. Army Engineers 164 Bedford St., S. E. Minneapolis. Minn. ..Army.......................15 Melvin St., Oshkosh ..WAVES..................45 Saratoga Ave., Oshkosh ..Army...............423 N. Ashland Avo., Greon Bay . .Army.........................................Waukau ..Navy V-12..........423 N. Ashland Ave.. Groen Bay . .Army.......................................Washburn ..Marines..............................R. 3. Noonah ..Army...................81 E. 12th St.. Fond du Lac . .Army...........................................Omro ..Army Signal Corps............................Omro .. Navy.......................................Brodhead ..Army Medical Corps...........................Omro ..WAVES..............106 N. Clinton Avo., Clintonvillo ..Navy Nurse Corps.......321 Prospect Ave.. Oshkosh • AAF..............................R. 2, Kaukauna ..Army Engineers.........478 Jackson Dr.. Oshkosh • Navy........................................Oshkosh • Army..........................................Waldo ..Army...............417 Sherman St.. Fond du Lac ..Army.........2266V W. 28th St.. Los Angelos. Cal.NAME RANK 'Ullrich. Robert Fred........................Corporal Ustruck, Russell............................Sergeant Valleskoy. Roy........................Stall Sergeant Vachon. Edith................................Private Vachon. Edmund...............................Private 1C ♦Van Camp. Bernard O............................S. F. 2C Vanderpoel. Gaylord.........................Corporal Vandorpoel. Wayne.........................Lieutenant Van Ornum. Lloyd G........................Private 1C 'Van Slyke. Arthur...........................Coxswain 'Van Slyke. Josephine..................Lioutonant j.g. Vaughter. Jamos David...........................V6A5 Verkuilen. Michael........................Lieutonant. Very. James..................................Private Veselak. Raymond.............................Privato Vetter, Claronce............................Corporal 'Voight, Robert C......................Stall Sergeant tVoight. Wendell.......................Aviaton Cadet Volkel. Eugono..............................Corporal Volkman. Lester......................Storekeeper 1C Vollenweider. Edward.................Aviation Cadet SERVICE HOME ADDRESS ..Army....................238 Grant St.. Noenah ..AAF...................713 Adams Ave.. Berlin ,.. AAF.................................Marshall ..WACS...................................Wabeno . .Army..................................Wabeno ..Navy Seabees...........1932-30th St.. Two Rivers ,. .Army.................................Grosham . .AAF..................................Gresham . .Army................................Royalton ..Coast Guard.............276 Washington Blvd.. Oshkosh ..WAVES......................276 Washington Blvd., Oshkosh . .Navy.................................Niagara ..Navy.............328 Garfield St.. Gary. Indiana ..Army....................409 Bowen St., Oshkosh ..Army Signal Corps..........728 Pine St.. Antigo . .Army.................................Monasha ..AAF.....................613 E. Main St.. Waupun ..AAF.................1106 W. Blodgett. Marshfield ..AAF................... 401 Sherry Ave.. Neenah .. Navy.................................Taycheedah ..AAF................................Now Glarus Wagester. Leonard.. Wagnor. John H....... Walch. Jamos........ tWallonfang. Clyde... Wallenlang. Lee...... 'Walsh. James......... Wandrey. Clarence J. Wandrey. Myron.... Warning. Charles_____ Wartinbee. Sam....... Wasser. Lloyd....... Watkins. Wayne....... tWatson, Kenneth N. . Webster. Robert..... tWeess. Byron........ Woitz. Alvin......... Welch. Russell E_____ Weller. Carl M....... Weltor. William..... Wontzel. Emily....... tWentzel, Roy......... Wontzel. Willett..... Wostorgard, Gordon., Wostovor. Louiso.... Wostphal. Edward... Wotak, Hubert........ Whoelor, Jackson. Wheeler, William Whitefoot, Robert.... Whiteley. Robert.... Wickert, Melvin...... Wickert. Orrin P..... 'Wiesbrod. William G. Wilke, Samuel........ Williams. Carl....... Williams. Gomar...... Williams. Hugh....... Williams. Kathryn H.. Williams. Russoll.... Willis. Richard E.... Wilson. Arthur....... 'Wilson. Neil J....... Wilson. Warren....... 'Wingert. Roger G_____ Winkler, Frank....... Winslow, Warron...... Wipl. Howard......... +Wise. Winslow........ Wisnefske. Melvin... Witte. Robert........ Witter. Edward H..... Witzke. LeRoy........ 'Wogsland. Jean....... Woicek, Michael...... Woldt. Edwin......... Wolf. John........... Wolfe. Robert G...... .....Corporal ... .Lioutonant Lieutenant J.g. ....MoMM 2C ......Captain ......Lioutonant Chief Specialist .....Private 1C ........Private ..........Ensign ..Lieutenant j.g. .........Private .....Privato 1C ....Seaman 1C .........Private .......Corporal .........Private .....Private 1C .....Sergeant ......Captain Staff Sergeant .., Private 1C .......Ensign Corporal .Captain Lioutonant j.g. ...............Sergeant ............Lioutonant .............Yeoman 2C .................Ensign ...............Private ...............Private ...............Captain ..............Sergeant Hospital Apprentice 2C Staff Sergeant .....Corporal Staff Sergeant .....Corporal ----Privato 1C ... .Lieutenant Staff Sergeant. ......Corporal .Flight Officer .......Ensign. ......Sergeant ... .Lieutonant. Corporal .Army Officers Training...................Pulaski .Navy................118 Bluff St.. Marquette. Mich. . Navy.....................................Manawa .Navy.......................496 Main St., Niagara .Army........................496 Main St.. Niagara .AAF.....................479 Kaye St.. Fond du Lac . AAF.....................................Wautoma . Navy....................................Wautoma .Army....................159 E. Irving St., Oshkosh Army..................108 N. Clinton St., Clintonville .Navy Air Corps............734' Main St.. Oshkosh .Navy....................Laurence St.. New London .Army Field Artillery......................Tripoli .Army......................69 Merritt St., Oshkosh .Navy......................203 Evans St.. Oshkosh .Army......................262 Maple St.. Oshkosh . Army Quarterm. Corps.. 18 S. Sophia St.. Fond du Lac Army.....................................172 Parkway, Oshkosh .Marinos....................193 Boyd St.. Oshkosh .Rod Cross.............................Winneconno .Army Field Artillery..................R. 2. Omro .Army Modical Corps....41 Pleasant Ave., Oshkosh . Army..................................Winnebago .WACS....................................Randolph .Navy Supply..2821 Garfield St.. San Mateo. Cal. ...........................................DePere .Army..................................R. 5. Oshkosh .Army......................172 Church St.. Oshkosh .Army....................................Appleton .Navy.........................951.9th St.. Oshkosh .Navy V-12................1615 Oregon St.. Oshkosh AAF.....................72 McKinloy St.. Oshkosh .Navy...................232 Algoma Blvd.. Oshkosh .Navy.......................................Berlin Navy.............................789 Main St.. Oshkosh Army...................239 Central Ave., Oshkosh Army...................239 Central Ave.. Oshkosh Army Nurse Corps...............................Gillett Army.........................329 Elmwood Avo., Oshkosh Navy .......................................Green Lako .Army..................................Fond du Lac Army........................1324 Plummor Ave.. Oshkosh AAF...........................1227.12th St.. Greon Bay Army............................................Sister Bay Army..........531 Wisconsin Ave., N. Fond du Lac AAF.................252 New York Ave.. Oshkosh Navy..........................49 Elmwood Ave.. Oshkosh Marines.................................. Hayward AAF......................................Tilleda Army.................................. Winneconne AAF............1360 W. Warren Blvd.. Chicago. III. AAF........................306 Ceape St.. Oshkosh WAVES.................409 S. Andrews St., Shawano Army.......................B. 107. N. Fond du Lac Navy Air Corps..............................Winneconne ......................1417 N. Drow St., Appleton Army...................................Footvillo 'Discharged Post-war Students 141NAME ’Wollenburg. Arlyn. Wollenburg. Molvin Wood. Evorott Wood. Robert E Wright, Leonard Writt. Josoph R 'Wulk. Laverne Wurl. Chostor Wurl. Edgar Wumow, Donald ’Wussow. Robert ♦Wydallis. Edward +Wyman. Donol... Yaeger. Paul Gordon..........................Privato Yaogor. Robert John.......................Lieutenant Yakah. Tony..................................Private Yoazol. Clydo................................Private Yoat. George W...............Aaaiatant Field Director Young. Konnoth...............Aviation Ordnance 3C Young. Olive.................................Private 1C Young. Stanloy............................Lioutenant Colonol Youngwirth. Harold...........................Privato ♦Youngworth. lamoa I..........................Captain Zanzig. Charloa...........................Apprentice Seaman ’Zarling. Arthur............................Corporal Zelineke. Waltor..........................Lieutenant Zernzach. Edward.............Lioutenant Commander +Ziebell, Alton A......................StaH Sorgoant Zimmorman. Price Gordon...................Lieutenant Zimmerman. Victor............................Private Zobol. Edgar................................Sergeant Zuelke. Earl.................................Privato Zwickoy. Donald R................................AEM 3C ♦Zwicky, LaVerene.............................Private ‘Dizchargod +Post-war Students HOME ADDRESS 23W Cherry Ave., Oshkosh 23 Vi Cherry Ave.. Oahkoah 521 Huron St., Berlin 616 Higgina Ave.. Oahkoah ...624 Bowen St., Oahkoah ..450 N. 4th Avo.. Sturgeon Bay ..........70 Parkway. Oshkosh 1335 W. Prospect Ave., Apploton . .407 S. Park Ave., Oshkosh .... 286 Morritt St.. Oshkosh ......35 Grove St.. Oshkosh ...194 Church St.. Oshkosh ......134 Otter St.. Oshkosh 350 Mt. Vernon St.. Oshkosh .....................Antigo 5030 N. 31st St.. 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Ernst ...................... 51 Awo. David .............................. Backhaus. Vernice ................69. 71. 74 Bahr. Marjorie ....................... 36 Baker. Jeanne ........................ 37 Balthazar. Albert ....................... Barnes. Robort ....................... 45 Bartelt, Arlow ....................... 51 Bauer. Clarence ...................... 51 Bauer. Douglas ....................... 51 Baus. Cecilia ....................39. 82. 85 Baxter. Phillip ......................... Becker. William ......................... Beiser. Jean .....................44. 73 Belonger. Joan ...................41. 82 Bender. Botty Joan ................... 47 Bennott. Bertyl...................48. 74 Bergner, Donald ..................47. 104 Berndt. Merle........51. 66. 90. 107. 104 Tlorndt. Robert ......................... Bernhardt. Alton .................47. 70 Bero, Naomi ......................47. 78 Borsch. Merland ..............51. 66. 120 Bettin. Jacqueline ...............40. 77. 92 Bittner. Clarence....51. 66. 70. 71. 120 Bockfingor. Mildred ...............47. 73. 112 Boehm. Audrey .......................... Bofingor. Lorraine.......43. 71. 92. Ill Bohlsson. Ralph ....................... 51 Boye. Shirley.....38. 70. 71, 77. 92. 96 Braatz, Lucy ......................40. 78. 112 Braun. Quontin ............51. 66. 71. 98 Breese. Stanton......................... Broderick. Irene ...................... 37 Brouchok. Mary Jane................47, 71 Brunka. Alan ......................51. 66 Brown. Leslie ......................... 51 Bruso. Patricia ....................... 47 Buchhop. Maurice ...................... 51 Buerger. Carlton ...................... 90 Burton. Blake, Jr..............51. 89, 101 Butt. Audrey..........47. 71. 73. 96. 98 Caldio. Shirley ........................ Calhoon. Earl ......................... 51 Caramehas. Diana ..................34. 98 Carey. James .......................... 51 Carpenter. Jamos ....................... Carver. Hugh ........................... Chipman. Keith.......................... Cismoski. Duane ...................47. 66 Claassen. Phyllis ..................... 39 Clark. A. Joan ................51. 96. 112 Clark. Jamos .......................... 51 Clute. Virginia ...................34. 65. 98 Colburn. Alice ....................47. 96, 98 Comeaux. Koith ........................ 47 Cook. Prescott ..................36. 68. 97 Coon. Lawrence ...................... 42 Cornwoll. Dailoy ................34. 64. 86 Costello. Doris ........................ Cowling. Jeanette........45. 81. 94. 113 Crissoy. Albert.......17. 47. 66. 70. 71 86. 98 Cudlip. Mary ......................... Dahm. Jean ......................... 51 Damon. Robert ...................... 47 Damrow. Melvin...41. 66. 86. 108. 120 Darling. Konnoth.. .47. 66. 86. 97. 104 Davis. Eileon .........44. 78. 111. 112 DoBohncko. Kennoth ................... Derber. Donald ..................... 51 Derbor. Glon ....................... 51 DoWitt. Bovorly ................41. 82 Dickman. John ..................66. 120 Diel. Clarence ..................... 51 Dimpfl. Joan ...................51. 78. 112 Discher. Molvin ...................... Dobyns. Frank ...................... 51 Doering. Paul ..................42. 86. 104 Domask. Elaine ..................... 44 Dorcy, Irono ......................... Doule, Gordon ........................ Droes. Marion .............36. 73. 96 DuChateau. Rita ............... 48, 81 Durbon. Bornadotto ....40. 70. 81. 113 Dustman. Lloyd ..................... 47 Dyckhoif, James ...................... Eck. Marguerite.................51. 74 142STUDENT PICTURE INDEX Ecker. Virginia ....................... Ehronhardt. Russol ................43. 107 Eichingor. Evelyn ..................... Erban. Elmor ....51. 66. 104. 107. 120 Erickaon, Edna.........................40. 77 Ernat. LaVorne ...........47. 66, 71. 104 Fahrendorlf, Gorda ....................45. 81 Felker, Charles........................ 51 Felton. William ..............40. 90. 98 Ferguson. Byron ....................... Fintak. Mary .................43, 73. 92 Fisher. Dale .................40. 66 Fisher. William........................ Fitzgerald. Jerome .....................51 Fitzgorald. Patricia .................. 47 Flanagan. Elaine ...................... 48 Flontjo, Joan .................44. 77 Fox. Thurman .................40. 90. 98 Frock. Carolyn ........................ 36 French. Trevalyn .............44. 78. 97 Freund. John .........45. 66, 70. 71. 90. 97, 104 Frey. Donna Jean .......................51 Friedrich. Shirley ...........51. 73. 112 Frye. Edith ..............42. 67. 74. 112 Fullor. Norman ...51. 66. 104, 107. 120 Gabrielse. Katherine .................. 41 Gaddis. Maxino _______48. 74. 85. 94. 96 Gafnoy. Mary Grace ..............51. 78 Gahlman. Elizabeth ................34. 82 Galow. Harold ......................... 51 Gandt, Elsie .............40. 67. 78. 112 Gavin. Barbara ........................ 47 Gonrich. Fern ........44. 65. 71. 96. 97 Georgoson, Russoll .................... Gerretson. Morlin ..................... 90 Gilbertson, Jane .........48. 74. 96, 97 Gilligan. Mona..40. 70. 71. 78. 94. 101 Glaeser. Don .................47. 66. 104 Goebel. Margaret.36. 68. 69. 74. 94. 96 Goerlitz, Albert....................... 48 Goettman. Jean ....................41. 64. 73 Goick, Gloria ......................... 51 Goick. Joan .......45. 78, 92. Ill, 112 Goodwin. Jean .....................70. 92, 97 Gorges. Charlotte.38. 65. 69, 71. 96. 97 Gorman. Ethel .........................51. 98 Gorske. Wilmer ........................ Goomey, Josephine.......................44 Grade. Lucy....42. 65. 71, 81. 97. 113 Grady. Raymond.........................43, 89 Gralow. Meriel.......47. 71. 82. 92. 96. 111. 98 Groon. George ...................... 45 Grimm, Both......................51. 94 Gross, Calvin ...................... 34 Grover. Diana ...............48. 97. 98 Gruber. Jane ...43. 65. 71. 77. 94. 112 Gunz, Edward .......45. 66. 71. 89. 104 Gurney. Loraine .................44. 78 Haase. Gordon..................47. 66, 104 Hallo. Marion...........40. 81. 92, 113 Hammer. Alice ...........39. 71. 82. 85 Hankwitz. Marion ................35, 74 Hannis, Shirloy .................... 51 Harrold. William ................... 43 Hartman. Lois ..................... 41 Hartman, Raymond ..................... Haszel. Georgo...................... 86 Haugan, Ruth ...................37. 81 Hayes. Mary Alice .................... Hochel. Beatrice. 48. 71. 74. 85. 96. 112 Hoidt. Arthur ..................3S. 66 Hoin, Bernice ..................43. 77 Hoin, Ruth ........................ 51 Hoin. Twllah ...................38. 77 Hoiso. Alma ....................47. 81. 113 Heisinger, Marion ......................47 Heisingor. Phyllis ..........41. 73. 97 Hendrickson. Earl ..................... 51 Honko. Blossom ....48. 78. 94. 96. 112 Honning. Russell ............47, 66, 108 Horaly. Zita .......................... 36 Horzborg. Ruby ....48. 71. 78. 96. Ill Hoilsberg. Lois..............48. 77. 112 Heilsberg, Ruth ....48. 71. 73. 96. 112 Hildebrand. Lillian..........48. 85. 113 Hildobrand, Leo ...................45. 89 Hildobrandt. George ....................51 Hills. Muriel......................48. 74 Hintz. Delorise .............36. 82. 113 Hinze, Marjorie ...................42. 82 Hitchcock. Robort ..................... 51 Hogue. Jane................43. 77, 92. 96 Hohler. Margaret...................40. 73 Holl. Mario........................34. 68 Horn. Robert........................... 51 Horn. Viona .............39. 71. 85. 113 Hornby. Maryalyce ...................... Howo. Donald............................ Howman. Stanley........................ 52 Huobnor. Gortrudo. .36. 69. 81. 92, 113 Huobnor. Rosolla.............48. 78. 85 Hydo. Will ........................35. 90 Irvine. Margarot ....................... Ives. Carol ........................... 48 Ives. Hart ............................ 52 Ives. Robort .......................... 52 Jacobs. Mary .................48, 85. 96 James. Natalie ..........52. 61. 73. 112 Janko. Mary .......................52. 77 Jansen. Peggy Newberry ................ 38 Jarvis, John .......................... 43 Jensen. Ronald ......................... Jerabeck. Leo ...............52. 66. 120 Jewell. Jack........................... 45 Jisa, Henry ........................... 47 Johnson, Charles ..................52, 66 Johnson. Evelyn ...................52. 73 Johnson. Jeanette........42. 71. 74. 96. 111. 112 Johnston. Louise.............44. 73, 112 Jones. Kormit .....................52. 89 Jorgons. Holon ..........48, 71, 77. 98 Jungwirth. William.52. 66. 90. 107. 120 Kamps. Doloros... .43. 71. 82. 111. 113 Karol. Joan ........................... 52 Karr, Cathorino .............35. 68. 98 Kollerman. Arlone ...................... Konyon. Donald ....................40. 120 Kessenich. Marion........45. 71. 77. 92. 96. 98 Kossonich. Richard ..45. 66. 71. 90. 97 King. Eileen.........52. 74. 94. 96, 112 Kirchstein. LaVonne..........41. 71. Ill Kirloy, Daniol. Jr...................... Klammer. William.........52. 66. 71. 104 Klatt. Jennie ......................... 52 Kleinschmit. Donn....................... Klug, Arno ............................ 35 Knaak. Robert........................... Knuoppel. Harold ...................... 90 Koch. Bonita ........48. 71. 78. 96. Ill Koch. Dorothy........44. 71. 81. 96. Ill Koch. Patricia ......47. 77. 96. 97. 112 Koehler. George ........................ Koenigs. Georgiane ................43. 74 Koerwitz. Harvey........................ Kohrt. Janet ........38. 67. 69. 70. 81. 92. 97 Kokke. Digna ........44. 65. 71. 77. 94. 96. 97 Koll. Faith .........48. 71. 82. 96. 98 Kollor. Dorothy .............35. 92. 113 Kontos. George ........................ Kramer. Jeane ...........38, 65. 71. 82 Krajowski. Richard .................... Kraus. Lyle .......................... 89 Krojcarek. Emil. Jr.................... Kropidolske. Bon ...................... Krudwlg, Helen ..............39. 85. 113 Kruegor, Margaret .......48. 64. 85. 97 Kuborn. Rosemary ........48. 71. 77. 112 Kubsh. Mary ...41. 70. 82. 96. 98. 122 Kuehl, Holon ......................... 52 Kuenzl, Betty ......................... Kuharski, Marie .............42. 69. 74 Kuhnz, Lawrence .................66. 120 Kuiper. Ellen ........................ 42 Kundinger, Wayne ...................... Kurowski. Marcella ................... 48 Labudde. Edward .............52. 66, 120 Lange. Shirley ..........48. 81. 96. 113 Larsen. Mildred ....................... Larson. Ruby ................35. 68. 81 Larson. Donald ..........52. 66. 69, 120 Lartz, Walter ........................ 35 Latondross, Helen .......47, 78. 96. Ill Lautonschlager. Holmuth .............. 40 Lautonschlagor. John ........52. 66, 120 Leach. Elbort, Jr...................... Leaman. Arnold ..............3S. 101. 107 Leichtman, Robert ..................... Leider, Evelyn ..........40. 81. 94, 113 Leuthold. Vance....................... 52 Lem. Sara ...............52. 70. 74. 94 Lentz. Lois........................... 48 Lewis. Leonard...............52. 66. 104 Lichtfuss, Robert ...........52. 66. 120 Lierman. Bernice ......................42 Litres, Constantine......52. 61. 66, 120 Luce. Roger .......................... 52 Lueptow. Lois......................... 36 Loewen. George ........................ Loewen, Jacqueline .................... Luchsingor. William ..................52. 66 Luobke. Helen ........................52. 77 Luobko. Wilhelmina .................... Lueck. Winnofrod.........48. 71. 74. 85. 96, 112 Luft. Richard ......................... Lund. Wilton.......................... 52 Lust. LaVorno.. .38. 64. 69. 71. 81. Ill Lynch. William ........................ MacDonald. Richard ................... 47 Main, Clarinda ..............37. 69. 70 Maltby, Muriol ..............48. 74. 85 Mand. Don ....17. 47. 64. 66. 120. 104 Manion. Brian ......................... Manser. William....................... 52 Marden. Norman ........................ Marquardt. Irene ................43. 81 Marquardt. Robert .................... 45 Marsh. Richard... .52. 66. 86. 120. 104 Marx. John............................ 41 Masloff. Elizaboth ......47. 73. 92. 97 Matsche. Mary ........................ 47 McCain. John ......................... 52 McCarthy, Eugene ..................... 68 McCulloch. Jeanetto..........44. 73. 112 McEssey, Eugene....................... 42 McLaughlin. Stanley .................. 47 Meckelke. Ruth...........35. 65. 69. 82. 92. 113 Moyor. Ellsworth .............•....... 89 Moyer. Joan .....................52. 78 Moyers, Kenneth .............45. 66. 97 Mielke. Bernice ...................... 47 Millor. Christine ...........44. 77. 96 Miller Josephine ...................... Miller. Kathleen ................45. 70 143STUDENT PICTURE INDEX Miller. Margaret .................... 38 Miller. Marilyn .............48. 77. 96 Miller. Marjorio ............35. 67. 70 Miller. Raymond ........................ Miller. William ..........52. 66. 71. 89 Minor. John............................. Miskey. LeRoy ....................... 52 Mohr. Ralph ......................... 52 Molitor, James ...................... 52 Monahan. Hubert......................... Monahan. Verna.......................... Mondl. Martin. Jr.................... 52 Monday, Harvey ......................17. 34 Moore. Thomas _______17. 52. 66. 90. 107 Mooro. Robort .......................... Morgan, Ann ......................... 48 Moratz, Russell ..................... 41 Morrison. Marjorie .................. 45 Morrissey. Ruth......52. 70. 71. 77. 112 Much. Alice ............................ Mrotek, Marian....................... 44 Murphy. John .............45. 66. 86. 120 Nachtwey. Olive .....................52. 81 Nehring, Earl ...............45. 66. 97 Nelson. Delores .............47. 77. 112 Nelson. John ........42. 61. 66. 71. 92. 97. 98 Nelson. Muriel ..................47, 77 Nolson. Philip ...................... 52 Nemacheck, Charlotte.........44. 67, 70, 82. 122 Neumann. Edward ........................ Neustiiter. Shirley .................... Nielson. Luthor .................52. 90 Niemuth. Geraldine ..............43, 78 Oberstadt. Mary ..........48. 71, 74. 96. 111. 112 O'Connor. Richard ...................... Ochs. Carrol ....................52. 66 Odekirk. Carol ...................... 38 Odoll. Joan .....................37. 68 O'Hearn. Mary ....................... 38 Oleson. Beverly .............48. 82. 94 Oleson. Patsy ....................... 43 Olson. Harriet.......................... Orovich. Mary........35. 67. 71. 94. 101 Osterberg. Eleanor .................. 48 Ostortag. Robert........................ Otten. Hugh..........47. 66. 71. 97. 120 Padlosak. Yvonne ....................... Page). La Von........35. 68. 69. 82. 98 Palecek. Lucille ............39. 85. 113 Patch. Botty.................47. 77. 92 Paterson. Robert .................... 52 Pattorson, Alvin ................37, 120 Peters. Helen ...................42. 78 Petersen. Gerald... .52. 61. 66. 89. 104 Petersen. Shirloo .......45. 82. 92. 113 Peterson. Ethel ..........48. 71. 74. 94 Pfaffonroth. Carlton ................... Phillip. Gen.........41. 70. 77. 94. 97. 101. 112 Philpott. Delbert Pittler, Deloris . 94. 112 Pittler, Stovan .. Pitz, Walter ... Pokrandt, Harry Polier. Brice ... Popko, Dorothy Popovich. Helen Pors. Kathryn .. Possin. Chester Polzin, William . Prico. Jack ______ Procknow. Jack Pugh, Neoraa .. 42. 66. 70. 86. 120 .37. 65. 71. 74. 92. ............ 47 .52. 66. 71. 108 . . . . . .V. . 43. 74 ............ 52 ............ 48 ....35. 89. 120 ............ 45 .............52 ............ 17 ............ 43 Radke. Clariss ........................ 47 Radtke. Dorothy ...........39. 71. 82. 85. 111. 113 Radtke. George ....................52. 61. 120 Rasmussen, Elizabeth Jane...44. 77. 96 Rasmussen. John ......................... Rau. Stuart.............................. Roller. James .....................52. 66. 120 Rice. Leonard ......................... 55 Richard. Arnold ...................55. 108 Richter, Louise ...................47, 71. 82 Ring. Edith ...............39. 64. 81. 85 Ristow. Gloria ........................ 43 Rogers. Phebe ........................... Root. Graco .......................42. 94 Root. Ruth ........................44. Ill Rosenow. Donald ......................... Rothonbach. Ralph .................55. 107 Rueckert, Vernon ..................47. 86. 120 Ruhnke. Elaine........................... Ruth. Elmer ........................... 45 Ryan, James .......................55. 66. 90 Salm, Joseph .......................... 47 Sambs. Margaret ......................... Saterstrom. Thomas .................... 48 Schaefor. Pat .............55. 71. 73. 112 Schaller. Kathleen ........44, 71. 73. 92 Schaub. Helen ......................... 48 Scheele. Grace .......................... Scheid. Hazel .........................37. 69 Schoin. Norman ........................ 55 Scheller. Elmer ....................... 55 Schenk, Alice ......................... 55 Schenke. Russell ...................... 89 Schmidt. Loraine ..........39. 73. 96. 97 Schmidt. Virginia .................39. 85. 113 Schmirler. John ...........17. 55. 64. 66. 104. 120 Schmirler, Richard .................... 47 Schneider. Betty ......................44. 77 Schneider. Jean ....................... 48 Schneider. John ......................... Schulz. Patricia ..............51. 81. 85 Schuster. Joan ........................ 47 Schuster, Paulene .............36, 81. 98 Soil, Irene ........................... 43 Selchert. Jeanette..................... 48 Shafer. Jeanno ................55. 73. 97 Sharratt. Glenn ......................... Shelhart, Joan ........................ 48 Shorrod. Alice ....................36. 68 Sherrod. Betty ....................43. 78 Showors. Mao ......................42. 81 Sieloff. Phyllis ..................55. 81 Sitter, Richard ...................55. 66 Skinkis. Mabel ........................ 51 Smick. Barbara ........................ 47 Smith. Patricia ...................39. 85 Smith. Roger .......................... 55 Smithers. William ....................... Snow. Jamos.............................. Sperling. Wilbur..41. 86. 104. 108. 122 Spink. Robort ........................... Stadtmueller. Richard .........45, 66, 86. 92. 94. 97. 98. 107. 108 Staorkol. Ruth ........................ 45 Standke. Stanley ........................ Stange. Robert ........................ 90 Stangel. Harvey ...................55. 66. 120 Steele. Barbara ....................... 48 Steeps. Viols......................... 113 Steffes. Lucille ..................51. 85 Stoffon. James......................... 47 Stevenson. Robert ..................... 42 Stoll. Frank .......................... 41 Stone. Harriot.............48. 78. 96. Ill Stowe. William ....................55. 66. 120 Strahota. Dolores .................51. 82. 85 Straight. Maralyn .......44. 82. 111. 113 Strey. Ralph .......................... $5 Strupp. Jerome......................... Sullivan. Priscilla ..............47. 73 Swoonoy Edward......................... Sweet. Jean .......................45. 65. 78 Swoot. Richard ........................ 55 Talbot. Audrey ........................ 55 Taub, Clayton ......................... 55 Taylor. Ruth .......................... 48 Ten Haken. Donald ..................... Torraco. Donald ....................... Torrace, Ralph ........................ Thackray. Lois ..........44. 81. 96. 113 Thein, Edward ......................... Thiel. Norman ...........47, 66. 90. 120 Thomas. Joanne ....................41. 77. 92 Tice, Royal ........................... 41 Tilkens. Gone ......................... Timmerman. Arlyle ..................... 55 Toohey, Jamos ......................... Tracy. Gortrude..........36. 69. 71. 112 Treptow. Phyllis ..................43. 65. 78 Ubbelohdo. Carl .........43. 66. 86. 92. 98. 120 Van Camp, Bernard............47. 66, 104. 107. 120 Viets. John ......................55. 66 Voight. Robert....................41. 86 Voight. Wendell .........55. 66. 89. 120 Voss. Botty Lou ....................... 55 Wachtondonck. Agnes ................... 38 Wallenfang, Clyde ..................... 48 Waltor. Evolyn ...................51. 85 Walters. Alice ........................ Wartinbee. Effio ............55. 82. 96 Watson. Konneth ..55. 66. 90. 108. 120 Weber. Herbert ...................55. 66 Wood. Dorothy ...........37. 68. 69. 82 Weed. Robort .......................... 45 Weigel. Florence ........51. 85. 94. 98. 111. 113 Wecss. Byron .....................86. 107 Welkos. Holon ...............42. 69. 97 Wollnitz. Ruth ...................44, 64 Wellso. Charles .............55. 61. 66 Wontzol. Ardyth .........48. 78. 94. 112 Wentzel. Ila Mae ...................... 38 Wontzol, Roy .......................... 48 Wesenberg. Ervin ........55. 66. 71. 108 Wiechman. Florence ...............44. 78 Williams. Bcatrico ...............55. 74 Wilson. Niel .....................48. 89 Wingert. George ....................... Wink. Irmgard ......................... Wise. Winslow ......................... Wislinsky. Betty ............41. 78. 112 Witthuhn, Neva ........................ 48 Witzke. LeRoy ......................... Woldt. Audrey .....................43. 67. 73 Wolff, Hazel ........45. 71. 82. 92. 96. 111. 113 Wollenburg, Arlyn ..................... 89 Wood. Aileen ................39. 85. 113 Wydallis. Edward ...................... Wyman, Done! .......................... 55 Wyman, Thomas.....................55. 66 Young, Phyllis ........................ 43 Youngworth. Jamos...................... Zarling. Arthur .............45. 86. 107 Zelmer. Jennio ....42. 78. 97. 111. 112 Zernzach. Edward ...................... Zich. Miriam ......................51. 85. 94 Ziobell. Alton ........................ 48 Zwicker, Mildred ...................... 48 Zwicky. La Verne ......................55. 108 144


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