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H55 Mary Ann Pugh Business Manager WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE OSHKOSH, WISCONSIN dUIVEKFOREWORD It is with great pleasure that we present to you your 1955 Quiver. Within its covers we have bound a year's memories for you and your friends to share and relive. However, as you look toward the future remember these words of Alexander Graham Bell—"When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us."Retired Remembered Rolls J. McMahon Reqiitrir 1934-1954 DEDICATION James H. Smith Director of Training 1934-1954 Remembered __ Retired OFFICE STAFF FAMILIAR FACES iiems Ml Helen A. Colby 1946 Physical Education, Dean of Women M.S., 1934, Northwestern University Ernest O. Thcdinga 1936 Dean of Men; History Ph.D., 1935, University of Wisconsin James F. Duncan 1930 Dean of Instruction; Physics Ph D., 1930, University of MichiganDavid L. Bowman, 1954 ircctor of Training and Placement d D., 1954, Columbia University N. Pet{ Director of Aay t. St,C;a0?Rur.lTe.cHe«. Director 1 MARobert M. Kolf, 1923 Physical Education Ph.M., 1931, University of Wisconsin Gertrude H. Bowman, 1954 Nurse B.S., 1936, University of Minnesota Warren J. Goehrs, 1947 Physical Education M.A., 1939, New York UniversityN E A R T SCo - °n ld U, M $ - 9% ' Evcrctto G. Pyle, 1946 English M.A., 1939, State University of Iowa Nevin S. James, 1923 English and Speech M.A., 1926, University of Wisconsin Eugene W. Moushcy, 1951 Senior Library Assistant A.M.L.S., 1951, University of Michigan RatpH A.. Norom, 1939 PoV»t' ca Science VvO . 1 93A VJnivertitv 0 NAinnevot. NA srie A. Hirsch, 1929 History 1924, University of Neb  James W. Unger, 1953 Biology Ph.D., 1953, University of Wisconsin Sherman E. Gunderson, 1946 Economics Ph.D., 1950, State University of Iowa Max I. Bowman, 1953 Chemistry Ph.D., 1937, Indiana Universityf - ' Freda Wchncr, 1953 Fourth Grade Supervisor M S., 1950, University of Wisconsin Mildred P. Nasgowitx, 1948 Second Grade Supervisor Ed.M., 1951, University of Colorado T ft A Constance Ottman, 1954 ■ Kindergarten Supervisor J B A , 1945, Iowa State Teachers' College Louise E. Scott, 1928 History and Social Studies M.A., 1928, State University of IowaT I 1 I I 1 I fi S c H 0 0 L Robert J. Grant, 1927 Industrial Arts M.A., 1931, State University of Iowa Terrence J. Snowden, 1954 Sixth Grade Supervisor B.S., 1953, Wisconsin State College. Oshkosh Lloyd W. Waster, 1947 Junior HiQh School Science B.S., 1939. Wisconsin State. Oshkosh Earl J. Hutchinson, 1946 Principal of Junior High School M.A.. 1947, Lawrence College Allen J. Priebe, 1953 Art M S.. 1950, University of WisconsinFlorence L. Palmer Student Adm. Examiner Ann Harvey Stenographer 0 F F Robert W. Quast Financial Secretary 0 E S T F Lucille Clark Stenographer |V 17 Germaine Hensel StenographerF 1 N I L I 1 R F A C E S Left to right: Alfred Lentz. Milton Langlitz, John Wallace Howard Notzke, Scrvului Bodoh, Ronnie Campbell Custodians 18 Herman Nordhius Carpenter Lucille Jovaag JanitorcssSTUDENTSsums Alice Asplund Commonwealth, Wi . Kindergarten-Primary Education Betty Bradloy Oihkosh, Wi . Rural Education V Carolyn Akin Hortonville, Wi . Primary Education Carol Baumgartner Olhkoih, Wi . Intermediate Education V. j Charlcen Brandt Neenah, Wi . Kindergarten-Primary Education John Armstrong 0 hko h, Wi . Secondary Education Lorraine Bcrquist 0 hko h,Wi . Intermediate Education Barbara Brown Waupaca, Wi . Kindergarten-Primary Education Lctha Arndt Fredonia. Wi . Primary Education Janet Blair Black Creek, Wi . Primary Education John Butrymowicz Two River , WI . Secondary Education 22James Cannon Jacqueline Case June Case Marcia Caudle Bimamwood. Wis. Liberal Art West Bend, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education Oakfield, Wis. Rural Education Oshkosh, Wis. • Kindergarten-Primary Education Charles Cobb Shcrwyn Danko Betty Davis Arlyn Dieck Beaver Dam, Wis Liberal Arts Omro, Wis. Liberal Arts Green 8ay, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education Marion, Wis. Intermediate Education Marvel Docpke Mon tel lo, Wis. Secondary Education Charlotte Dottke Oshkosh, Wis. Secondary Education Virgina Evans Oshkosh, Wis. Primary Education Nancy Fliss Milwaukee. Wis Primary Education 23Lois Gerrits Neenah. Wis. Rural Education Robert Harmon Oshkosh, Wis. Liberal Arts Milton Hintxe Oshkosh, Wis. Secondary Education Robert Gilray Bimamwood. Wis. Secondary Education Carol Haley Oshkosh. Wis. Primary Education Harlo Hanneman Wautoma. Wis. Secondary Education Lois Hawkins Bimamwood, Wis. Primary Education Diane Hayward Florence. Wis. Secondary Education Milton Hillery Waupun, Wis. Secondary Education ( Shirley Hoffman Eldorado, Wis. Rural Education Edith Huebner Brillion, Wis. Primary Education Ardis Jacoby Neenah, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education 24Alice Jacques Green Bay, Wis. Secondary Education June Johnson Marinette, Wis. Klndergarten-Primary Education Mary Jaqe Johnson North Fond du Lac, Wis. Intermediate Education Mary Kastein Waupun, Wis. Intermediate Education Vance Kloster Nancy Knight Burlington, Wis. Liberal Arts Dalton, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education Magdalen Kolb Oshkosh, Wis. Primary Education Margaret Kollath Marinette, Wis. Primary Education Leroy Kottke Oshkosh, Wis. Secondary Education Gloria Kralapp Oconto Falls, Wis. Rural Education Ruby Krueger Forest Junction, Wis. Primary Education Marlyn Kuehl Oshkosh, Wis. Secondary Education 25Edward Landgraf Chilton, Wis. Secondary Education Howard Maichen Oshkosh, Wis. Intermediate Education James Mellbcrg Menasha, Wis. Liberal Arts Ervin Lange Oshkosh. Wis. Rural Education Dale Lena Oshkosh. Wis. Secondary Education William Manis Fond du Lac, Wis. Liberal Arts Barbara Marchenkuski Berlin, Wis. Intermediate Education Richard Mill or Oshkosh. Wis. Secondary Education LaRon Mischock Tigerton. Wis. Liberal Arts 26 John LeRoy Niagara. Wis. Secondary Education w Lois Mathia Ripon. Wis. Primary Education Thomas Mitchell New London, Wis. Intermediate EducationJean Mix Berlin, Wit. Secondary Education Faye Pawlitxke Two Rivert, Wit. Primary Education Robert Morrissey Berlin, Wit. Liberal Artt Leon Oetxel Sheboygan, Wit. Liberal Arts Norman Peterson Waupaca, Wit. Secondary Education n Frank Pica Rcdgranite, Wit. Secondary Education Mary O'Connor Florence, Wit. Intermediate Education warn Mary Nemick Fond du Lac, Wit. Primary Education Joyce Pahlow Oshkosh, Wit Secondary Education o T James Nesbitt Oshkosh, Wit. Liberal Arts Arthur Paske Sheboygan, Wit. Secondary Education Daniel Polcyn Montello, Wit. Liberal ArttLorraine Schultz Chilton, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education Shirley Sterlinsko Ripon, Wi . Intermediate Education Russell Tiedcmann Kimberly, Wis. Secondary Education Janet Schattschneider Green Lake, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education Francis Schmitz Johnsburg, Wis. Liberal Arts Betty Strehlow Pine River, Wis. Primary Education Richard Spaulding Waupun, Wis. Secondary Education Hideo Sumida Hilo, Hawaii Secondary Education Susan Reible Horicon, Wis. Intermediate Education Henrietta Scehawer Appleton, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education Robert Spanbauer Oshkosh. Wis. Secondary Education Suzann Stroshine Oshkosh, Wis. Rural Education 28Dennis Titzkowski Oshkosh, Wi$. Secondary Education Donna Wasser Oshkosh, Wis. Secondary Education Donna Topp Clintonville, Wis. Primary Education Jean Wellnitz Marquette, Wis. Primary Education Judith Verduin Prairie du Sac, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education James Whalen Fond du Lac, Wis. Secondary Education Delores Voland Kiel, Wis. Primary Education Joan Wislinsky Oshkosh, Wis. Secondary Education Mary Worden Nancy Zcllmer Ray Zicsmer David Zuern Oshkosh, Wis. Liberal Arts Oshkosh, Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Education Ripon, Wis. Secondary Education Mayvllle, Wis. Secondary Education 29Richard Allen Jean Arnold Keith Bastian Ronald Bedora Janet Beyer 'James Blechl Gail Briggs Jerry Byrne Nathan Calder Mary Cameron Dianna Carlson Eugene Cavil Ellen Christenson Marjorie Clark Janice Coulahan Harold Crouse Gerald Dilley Theda Eckstein Ben Eder Desneigc Ellefsen Sharon Engerson Ruth Fero Mary Fink Roberta Frazier Leon Freischmidt JUNIORS Janice Furrcr Richard Getchius James Giordana Lowell Glunn Paul Haas Joanne Hanncman Harriet Harms William Hamitz Nancy Harriman Janet Hartxheim Don Hay Gerald Holland Elaine Horn Edith Hubli Mary HupkeNeil Jerabek Gilbert Johnson Kenneth Johnston John Judd Robert Kasten Margaret Kelley William King Joan Knack Wayne Knoll Carole Knopc Ronald Knorr Barbara Koplein Ann Kostrewski Mary Kowalski Donald Krcbsbach Robert Kujanpaa John Leskovec Lois Lindsey Joseph Liner Kenneth Lippold Sally Ludwig Mary Malcheski Ralph Manske Betsy May Thomas McDonald JUNIORS Arnold Meier Caryl Miller Claude Miller Loma Moll Virginia Moore Joan Murphy Thomas Murray Donald Nehls Phyllis Norman Donald Orlowski Betty Ory Donald Parey Eleanor Patchett Lee Porrodin Jo Ann PetersenNancy Prill Mary Pugh John Quinn Mary Radke Marilee Reinert Jean Resheske Marceline Roberts Myrita Rodencal Patricia Ruthmansdorfer Jeanette Schinke Elaine Schrocder Francis Schroeder Kathleen Schuette Carold Seibold William Sloey Spencer Smith Richard Stearns Rita Steckbauer Saralea Steiner Wayne Stem Lois Stolper David Sutton Leonard Tews Shirley Tipler Rebecca Vance JUNIORS Eugene Vanden Boogaard Eugene Vanden Heuvel Shirley Vogel Marvin Wachholz Catherine Walsdorf James Watson Mary Weber Janet Wilson Arlene Woldt Julie Wrchota Thomas YoungwirthSOPHOMORES Row 1: P. Basel, J. Bartelt, L. Bohn Row 2: D. 8oettcher, L. Bisser, J. Allan Row 3: T. Bennett, M. Bahr Row 1: R. Bradley, C. Bauer, E. Borian Row 1: J. Cumber, B. Miller, J. Cramer Row 2: J. Brooks, A. Boreson, R. Bonnin Row 2: D. Breit, L. Klein, T. Waite Row 3: C. Knight, J. Bougie Row 3: M. Stein, J. Cota Row 1: P Dc Ctoux, B Drahn, E. Disscn Row 2: M. O'Connell, O. Don levy, H. Dvorak Row 3: J. Dodge, J. Mueller 33 Row 1: E. Firary, R Emmel N Starke Row 2: N. Dal Santo, R Fredrick, M Gaucrke Row 3: N MacIntyre. K. HildahlRow 1: L. Gerrifs, J. Read, N. Goggin Row 2: R. Erickson, R. Heaps, D. Grots Row 3: T. Hagenc, M. Gritt Row ft D. Hoffman, A. Hubbard, S. Carey Row Is M. Kennedy, D. Hay. M. Hansen Row 2: J. Heuring, B. Zimmerman, R. Hombeck Row 2: T. Hansen, D. Gerlat, J. Jansen Row 3: R. Klimco, C. MacDonald Row 3: T. Cahill, T. Paris Row 1: Y. Kosmosky, J. Henning, B. Weideman Row 2: J. Kissel, D. Marschall, J. Wippich Row 3: D. Jindro. G. Schraa 34 Row 1: W. Krumel, C. Kleveno, R. Salm Row 2: D. Kroll, J. Rhyner, A. Krueger Row 3: G. Konrad, D. LoehningSOPHOMORES Row I: E. Mcrtx, J. Hollo, M. King Row 2: K. Hitchcock, K. Steinert, P. Kaufman Row 3: P. Jackish, R. Kmzcl Row 1: F. Olm, D. Pollard, G. Ort Row 2: B. Malcheskl, N. Petcoff, D. Peterson Row 3: E. Marth, M. Knoke Row 1: A. Ramm, M. Raisler, E. Safford Row 2: L. Rut , J. Narance, M. Olson Row 3: J. Raab, J. Narance Row 1: J. Redcker, N. Retzer, A. Madison Row 2: G. Ropella, D. Rusch, D. Sobieski Row 3: 8. Schulz, R Wilson 35 Row 1: W. Stageman, M. Schuster, L. Reimer Row 2: D. Marschall, J. Wippich, E. Winarsky Row 3: R. Peterson, J. Re VoyrSOPHOMORES Row 1: R. Karst, E. Raymond. F. Faust Row 2: T. Shubert. R. Smick, D. Scott Row 3: R. Subaf Row 1: Matravert, S. Kruse. J. Rasmussen Row 2: E. Stone, G. Krueger, J. Sommers Row 3: W. Sfagcman, H. Valentine Row 1: C. Miller, D. Wustrack. B. Smyth Row 2: R. Timmers, W, Tisler, H. Vande Zande Row 3: T. Timm, M, Marx Row 1: J. Tisch, L. Schmidt, L. Veitch Row 2: A Timmerman, S. Stauffer, K. Schmude Row 3: F. Wachter, W. McCanna 36 Row I: O. Zoesch, J. Stannard, J. Verdette Row 2: W. Urban, P. Thoman, K. Treleven Row 3: C. Tulledge, L. SippolJ. Wall, W. Weber. J. Weiland SOPHOMORES Row 1: H. Klinger, J. Murphy, W. Lmchtrum Row 2: R. Dewanc, H. Sitzbcrgcr. A Grace Row 3: R Zcrnzach, L. Jackman 37FRESHMEN Row 1: B. Broehm, C. Bock, E. Becker Row 2: D. Beloogcr, L. Asplund, 8. Bilicki Row 3: L Ake, S. Adams Row 1: M. Bock, L. Bradley, J. Blohowiak Row 2: F. Bramschreiber, M. Bork, E. Bloomer Row 3: G. Bartenstein, J. Bartx Row 1: J. Atwell, D. Bastian, E. Battig Row 2: N. Behnke, R. 8oese, D. Wasser Row 3: D. Winter, D. Feustel Row 1: B. Buechel, A. Brunner, J. Abbs Row 2: D. Bollom, E. Broeniman, B. Cleland Row 3: N. Brown, T. 8ork 38 Row 1: J. Chervcny, K, Carlson, M. Caudle Row 2: J. Campbell, D. Butts, M. Cornelius Row 3: R Dorfman, J. ChristensonFRESHMEN Row 1: M. Dilts. M. Dupies, J. Fist Row 2: M. Coulahan, J. Doll, D. Dohrman Row 3: D. Delap, F. Cruckson Row 1: M. Firchammcr, M. Grenke, A. Fletcher Row 2: V. Games, R. George, M. Gieryic Row 3: J. Flock, N. Edmimter Row J: P. Greisch, G. Hightdudis, M. Feldmann Row 2: D. Halverson, R. Gilligan, C. Huberty Row 3: R. Eidcn, R. Gehrke Row 1: J. Greisch, D. Henscl, B. Glandt Row 2: S. Graska, S. Halvorsen, R. Haberkom Row 3: J. Glavich, D. Ebert 39 Row 1: D. Hinz, S. Coffey, P. Hitchcock Row 2: C. Hansen, D. Herzberg, J. Hanley Row 3: P. Holzcr, G. HerdinaFRESHMEN Row 1: K Keller, C. Lehman, B. Hlavachek Row 2: D. Harmsen, D. Johnson. P. Heinzen Row 3: A Harke, T. Herzog Row 1: M. Hinesh, S. Hunter, D. Sherman Row 2: M. Hoverson, J. Klika, D. Kloppmann Row 3: R Karnes, E. Abbey Row 1: E Korbish, R. Mower, P. Moylan Row 2: B. Cudahy, C. Manthei, E. Harscn Row 3: P Gorr, J. Cong don, D. Miracle Row 1: C. Jagodinski, N. Johnson, A. Kirst Row 2: S. Johnson, J. Kimball, V. Leeftink Row 3: F. Guenther, R. Miller 40 Row 1: B. Koval, M. Konrad, D. Kifzinger Row 2: M. Leonard, T. Kamuchcy, N. Klumb Row 3: E. Krueger, J. KirbyPRESUMES Row 1: J. Landgraf, K. Litkey, A. Lambrecht Row 2: 0. Lambert, B. Krause, L. Knowles Row 3: R Kuehn, W Kaiser Row 1: D. Larson, E. Knight, V. Lewis Row 2: J. King, C. Kunde, J. Kujawa Row 3: E. Huberty, L. Larson Row 1: M. Lawless, B. Laycock, B. Leher Row 2: R. Larson, C. Undgren, T. Meyer Row 3: R. Metz, R. Malchow Row 1: C. Meyer, P. Meiselwitz, L. Nett Row 2: A. Meyer, A. Mcistcr, S. Nehring Row 3: R. Newton, K. Weber 41 Row 1: J. Miller, G. Ncbel, C. Neuman Row 2: C. Mossbcrg, W. Moldenhauer, G. Ouimette Row 3: J. Zwicky, J. PurcellFRESHMEN Row 1: J. Nielson, D. Manolis, K. Olson Row 2: A. Perkins, H. Corbett Row 3: D. Steinbach, 8. McIntyre Row 1: F. Ohswaldf, R. Ostertag. T. Van Vreede Row 1: P. Andrews, D. Wingrove, J. Delvcau Row 2: T. Kenney, C. Taubcl, J. Lehman Row 2: C. Schcucrman, L. 8ucttner, K. Kuehnl Row 3: J. Karow, Mrs. E. Hoffmann Row 1: J. Pesch, J. Miller, K. Peterson Row 2: R. Sowls, T. Schrank, S. Parker Row 3: H. Peterson, R. Stauss 42 Row 1: C. Roloff, J. Russell, D. Plot Row 2: G. Schlichting, A. Rumlow, J. Kircher Row 3: R. Schmitz, R. SowlsFRESHEN Row 1: M Reibte, A. Raister, E. Randall Row 2: P. Reichardt, C. Prausa, P. Sandford Row 3: J. Rumbac, B. Schmidt Row 1: C. Radtke, R. Schmidt, W. Tallier Row 1: S. Sanders, S. Rusch, M, Reese Row 2: R. Van Stratcn, W. Stccdc Row 2: L. Schmandt, R. Roeber, A. Roberts Row 3: W. Rcinkc. A. Runkel Row 1: S. Weber, L. Roscoc, D. Schmidt Row 2: F. Schaefer, J. Shepro, M. Turan Row 3: G. Schultz, J. Stockingcr 43 Row 1: B. Swicnty, N. Swanson, G. Stabenow Row 2: W. Taggart, A. Shane, M. Stage Row 3: R. Steams, C. Ter HorstFRESHMEN Row 1: J. Tesch. F. Slufik, A Tully Row 2: R Tulledge, M. Vaughn, E Wmarski Row 3: D Tanguay. T Warhanek Row 1: P Zuelzkc, S. Ziegler, B. William Row 2: K. Ziegler, K Yarnoll, S. Wolfmeycr Row 3: V Zearner. J Wojcichowski Row 1:.M Wenzel. G. Zeller. F. Ziegenhagen Row 2: D Ziebcll. C. Woehlkc, M Wagner Row 3: M Wiclgosh, R Werner Row 1: N. Siegel, M 8olwcrk, J. Falck Row 2: L Koch, D Kent, 0 Hansen 44 Row 1: A. Gravellc. S. Ebersberger, D. Zehrem Row 2: R. Schock, R. Penzenstadler, R. Gomoll Row 3: B. Leinweber, J. DroverFRESHMEN Row 1: C. Reehl, D Peterson Row 2: D. Sheppard. L. Cizmoski Row 1: J. Mcshkc, D. Kocniger. B. Pitz L. Hav, M. Bourgeois Row 2: R. Farr, W Johnson, H. King Row 3: W. Dumke. E. Harrand Row 1: J. Roever. W Hoffman, A Weeden Row 2: E Bucchl, G. Kitzman, D. Pollnow Row 3: E Gehrt. R. Swantz 45SOOfAt LIFEinsiim; .1 Hell Week Antics Formal rushing ojfty The evening of March 1 saw active members of all sororities and some fraternities, playing host to new members at formal rushing parties. Gamma Sigma and Pereclean joined forces in welcoming their new pledges at a dinner held at the Roxy. Members of Lambda Chi entertained at the Town Grill as did Delta Phi. The home of Dr. Frederick Caudle saw Alethean gathered there. - Phoenix sorority members were entertained at the home of one of its members, Carol Baumgartner, while Kappa Gamma chose the Hotel Athearn. New sorority members, after being initiated into membership, went through a series of hell week antics the week of March 7. Carnival campaigning, selling magazines, shoe shining and various arrays of clothing were not uncommon sights. The month of February brought a variety of dances to the campus of OSC. Laughter and gaiety prevailed Friday evening, February 11, in the Women's Gym as faculty and students at OSC square danced to the calling of Terrence Snowden. This square dance was a social function sponsored by Future Teachers of America. Nancy Harriman was general chairman. The planning committee was composed of Mary Hupke, Barbara Marchenkuski, Ben Eder, Art Paske, and Jeanette Schinke Checking their shoes at the door, OSC students danced to the music of the college orchestra at Phila-kean's annual "Sock Hop," February 18, in the Women's Gym. Judges were on hand to observe the many styles and colors of the socks and to award prizes to the outstanding ones. Winners were John Armstrong, for the dirtiest. Peg Kollath, longest; and Reta Olson, brightest. The best couple socks' prize was won by Carol Bauer and Ken Johnston Chairman for the event was Leon Freischmidt Sock Hop Winner —John Armstrong. Peggy Kollath, Ken Johnston and Carol Bauer “Swing your partner!" rums CM1ITAL "Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, come to the 'Ace In The Hole'; try your chances at the 'dog derby'; come over and 'shoot the bull'." These and various other barker cries were heard at Campus Carnival sponsored by Lambda Chi Sorority on March 12. The proceeds of this second annual all school event went to a scoreboard fund for the OSC Athletic Field. Once again. Delta Phi copped top honors with Philakean and lota Fraternities taking second and third places respectively. FROSTBITE FROLICS The annual Frostbite Frolic, sponsored by Alethean, was held Friday, January 7. In an all school election, Boyd Kohn, a junior from Waupun, was elected to reign over the gala affair. He chose Mona Matravers, an Abrams sophomore, as his queen. The royal couple reigned over the dance which was held from nine to twelve in the Women's Gym. Snowflakes sprinkled along the wall and pine trees gracing the floor, transformed the gym into a winter wonderland. Music for the dancers was furnished by the college orchestra. A game of broombal! between faculty and students preceded the dance Left to right: Philakcan dancers; First place win. ncr. Delta Phi with "Shoot the Bull"; Lambda Chi clowns; avid watchers at lota's "Dog Derby"; Gamma Sigma babies King, Boyd Kohn, and his Queen, Mona Matravers. Broombal I Gamef Many hours of planning by Homecoming Committee chairmen, Sharon Engerson, Barbara Brown, John Butrymowicz, and Norman Peterson, made the 1954 Homecoming week an outstanding school event. The beginning of Homecoming week found students in the Little Theater listening to campaign speeches of the four queen candidates, Molly Walsdorf, Mona Matravers, Barbara Laycock, and Bobbie Zimmerman. Students decked out in gold and white mums and beanies then went to the polls and chose Molly Walsdorf as their oueen. When the results of the election were announced at the traditional Thursday morning pep assembly. Queen Molly instroduced George Hightdudis as her royal escort. An outstanding display of O.S.C. talents paraded down the Main Street of Oshkosh Friday night under a huge 75-foot banner advertising O.S.C.'s Homecoming. "We'll Milk The Pioneers Dry" captured first place float honors for Alpha Phi Omega. The college athletic field was the scene of the burning of the Platteville Pioneers touched off by Queen Molly's flaming torch. The House of Strupp was then reveafed as top winner in the house decorations contest with "It's in the Bag." A snake dance led O.S.C. students to the Campus School gym where the Homecoming Royalty Dance was held. Saturday saw sorority luncheons and the game against Platteville where the Titans and Pioneers fought to a tie. The crowning of the queen and the presentation of gifts to the royal quartet entertained onwatchers during the half time ceremonies. Greetings were exchanged over a cup of cider at the Pollock House annual cider party after the game. Students and alumni dancing to the music of Sunny Mason at the Eagles Ballroom climaxed the 1954 Homecoming festivities. soThe annual Play Contest, sponsored by Kappa Gamma, was held October 29 and 30. The event was under the direction of co-chairmen, Joan Tisch and Lorraine Schultz. For the fourth year in a row, Alethean took top honors with its one-act comedy, "Be A Little Cuckoo," directed by Mary Kennedy and Donna Lee Wasser. Beta Phi's "Minor Miracle" and Lambda Chi's "The Anchor" took second and third places December 3 and 4 found OSC thespians presenting their second annual all-student production in the Little Theater. "Hansel and Gretel," the student committee's choice, was given in all the glory of the Land of Make Believe The title roles were portrayed by Donna Lee Wasser and Richard Meyer. Those in the supporting cast were Jack ReVoyr, Barbara Miller, Naomie Petcoff, Barbara Swienty, Dorothy Hensel, John Stockinger, and Marge Firehammer.THE CREATION The Creation by Joseph Haydn was presented on March 15 at the Congregational Church by the OSC choir under the direction of Stanley Linton. The Creation contains thirty musical numbers which tell of God's creation of the world in scripture and verse. Among the noted guest soloists were Maud Nosier, a soprano with the Chicago Sunday Evening Club at Chicago's Orchestra Hall; Ralph Nielson, a tenor who has appeared with a number of symphony orchestras and has also had many radio and television broadcasts; Bernard Izzo, a baritone who is affiliated with the Community Concert Association of New York; and Warren Zorn, organist, associated with the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. THE SILVER WHISTLE The Silver Whistle, a comedy in three acts, was presented on Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26, by OSC's dramatic department in the Little Theater. The production was directed by Miss Maysel Evans, assisted by Rita Steckbauer. The leading role of Oliver T. Erwenter, a tramp who finds an old birth certificate and decides to enter an old people's home around which the play revolves, was portrayed by James Kirby of Brillion. The supporting cast consisted of Jack ReVoyr, Marlyn Kuehl, Marian Kitz, Barbara Tyers, James Toland, Molly Walsdorf, Frank Faust, Dave Sutton, John Armstrong, Richard Meyer, John Judd, Wayne Krumel, Barbara Prout, and Lionel Holmes. Omar, a crowing rooster, added bits of unpredictable sparkling humor to the production. Committee chairmen were: Ed Landgraf, Stage Manager; Virginia Moore, properties; Jane Allen and Gail Briggs, costumes; William Manis, business manager; Janet Halle and Barbara Miller, publicity; and Donna Lee Wasser, Virginia Evans, and Mary Louise Blanchette, makeup.Kii«9 U lf himtclf. Tom Hagene The annual Ugly Man Contest sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega was held on December 15. The winner, Tom Hagene, an OSC sophomore, was announced at the Stevens Point-Oshkosh basketball game the following night. The contest was for the purpose of raising money to contribute to the City Welfare Fund. With every vote cast for a candidate, a penny was contributed to the Christmas fund. A grand total of all the contributions was $149.54. This was the highest amount collected at this event within the last few years. Tom Hagene netted one-third of the contributions, maintaining the lead from his fellow candidates. Other candidates were Leon Freischmidt, sponsored by Philakean and Alethean; the Mystery Man who was later revealed to be Bruce Schulz, backed by Lambda Chi; Kappa Gamma's candidate, Greg Ropella; Dan Jindra, sponsored by Delta Phi; Gamma Sigma's choice, "Pal" Meitzel, Tom Faris and Ralph Lubinski, backed by Phoenix; Don Dake, and Don Bathke HEAL BRHHIEL The title of "Beau Brummel" of OSC was given to Ronald Knorr, junior from Menasha as a result of a contest originating as publicity for the movie of the same name which played at the Raulf Theater in Oshkosh last fall. All sororities on campus nominated a candidate for the title of "Beau Brummel" which meant "best-all-around fella." The campaign which was held on a limited scale saw the following OSC males as "Beau Brummel" aspirants: Ronald Knorr, Menasha; James Cannon, Birnamwood; and William Radke, Howard Mai-chen, James Kuebler and Robert Spanbauer of Oshkosh. The results of the all school election proved Delta Phi's nominee, Ronald Knorr, to be the "best all-around fella" of OSC OSC't choice at Beau Brummel —Ronald KnorrFRESIIMW WEEK CHRISTMAS TIME Come December, the gaiety and colorfulness of Christmas are much in display at OSC. Students pause in the rush of Christmas to create seasonal spirit at OSC. The Gamma Sigs once again erected a resplendent Christmas tree in Dempsey Hall. Lambda Chi's activities are much in evidence at the yuletide season. They set up the nativity scene in the library and the sorority is also responsible for the huge lighted Christmas star that hangs on the front of Dempsey Hall. " 'Twas The Night Before Christmas" was the theme of the Women's Association's banquet held at the Athearn Hotel on December 8. The theme of the storybook favorite was carried out with Molly Walsdorf doing a reading of the title story. On December 17, OSC students closed their books, packed their suitcases and went to their respective homes to carry on Christmas gaiety with their families. September 13 found new OSC freshmen registering in Dempsey Hall for their first time. After listening to welcoming words from faculty and upperclassmen, the next three days were spent going through official "college orientation." Guidance tests, group meetings with division directors, lectures, and addresses were all attended to give the new students the attitudes and information they needed to start their college career. After spending a week programming, collecting textbooks, and getting acquainted, students collected in the Campus School gym for the traditional Freshman Mixer to climax OSC's freshman week. SADIE IIUTKINS Dogpatch atmosphere prevailed November 20 at the Sadie Hawkins Dance in the Campus School gym. Delta Phi and lota Alpha Sigma were co-sponsors of the event with Doc Bower's orchestra providing the music. Piggy banks with the inscription "Sadie Hawkins '54" were awarded to Marcia Caudle and Donald Bathke for the portrayal of Daisy Mae and L'il Abner. Others receiving banks were Judy Fast and Roger Wilson as Mammy and Pappy Yokem, the most original; and Sandra Sanders and John Stockinger for the funniest couple. Dempsey Hill Christmas Tree 35HONORARIES CLUBS PROFESSIONAL GROUPStLETHEM Alethean began the year by having Formal Rushing with their brother fraternity, Phila-kean, at the First Methodist Church. Homecoming was a busy time for Alethean members. "Victory—It's In The Cards," was the slogan for their float. The Home- coming Alumni Luncheon was held at the Second Semetter Athearn Hotel. p « Donna Lee Wasser and Mary Kennedy di- Jf rected the sorority's entry, "Be A Little Cuc-in the annual Play Contest. For the fourth consecutive year Alethean sorority took first place. The play was also presented for the Horizon Clubs and at an Alumni Tea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Radford. Because of the unsuitable weather conditions Frost-Bite Frolics was limited to the Broom Ball and an all school dance. Jack Frost King for the event was Boyd Kohn. His Queen was Mona Matravers. Radford Hall was the scene for the "L' Alethean Cafe" for the Informal Rushing party. Formal Rushing was held at the home of one of the members. Joyce Redeker directed "Copenhagen" in the lota Songfest. Alethean also entered Campus Carnival. A cottage party at Waupaca, Chain 0' Lakes, ended the school year. First Semester Officers Second Semester Barbara Brown....................President..............Pat Ruthmansdorfer Donna Lee Wasser..............Vice-President................Virginia Moore Mary Kennedy.....................Secretary..................Mary Lou Fink Marilee Reinert..................Treasurer..................Marilee Reinert Janet Wilson.................lnter Fraternity...............Mary Ann Pugh Mary Lou Fink................Inter-Fraternity.................Janet Wilson Janet Hartzheim..................Historian........................Henrietta Seehawer Joyce Redeker....................Custodian............................Ellen Christenson Mrs. Jean Gogolewski..............Advisor...................Dr. Vela MarbleMEMBERS PICTURED Top left: 8 Drahn, D Kloppmann, M Cornelius, J. Hart heim Top right: D Forrest, J Redeker, M. Reinort, J. Cota Middle top: V Moore, C Pfund, R Steckbauer, 8. Brown Middle bottom: M Fink. M Kitx. H Seehawer. M Kennedy Bottom right: E Randall, C. Beck, 8 Laycock, D. Topp. R. Fero. J. Fast Bottom left: £ Christenson, J Wilson, M. Cameron, A Tully, M. Mueller Bottom middle: M Konrad, P. Ruthmansdorfer. V Marble. N Bchnkc, M A Pugh m nn fint Seme ' Pt«v Jtn» V.oi% Alpha Chi is the rural society on campus and its membership is open to all men and women of the rural department. Its meetings are held every Tuesday morning in the Alpha Chi room. After the business meeting, a short program is put on by a different committee each week Second Semetter Miss May Stewart, club advisor, started W c«r the year's activities with a get acquainted °0' t-mon party at her home "We'll Skunk the Pioneers" was Alpha Chi's float entry in the Homecoming Parade, "he annual tea was held in the usual meeting room. The next big event for Alpha Chi was Kappa Gamma's Play Contest. "A Date With A Professor" was their entry and it was directed by Gloria Kralapp and Lois Gerrits. Alpha Chi won second place in the Women's Volleyball Tournament and won consolation in the Women's Basketball Tournament. A Christmas party was held in the Alpha Chi room and the group carolled at the Benevolent Home for the Aged Alpha Chi's entry in Songfest was "Goofus" directed by Gloria Kralapp. Although Alpha Chi takes part in most activities on campus, its purpose is not purely social. Its purpose does, however, embody educational and social aims, and also strives to promote a better understanding of rural conditions. First Semester LoiS Gerrits...... Louise Bradley . . . Faith Ziegenhagen Suzann Stroshine . Jacqueline Swisher Milo Miller....... Lois Gerrits...... Betty Hlavachek . . Miss May Stewart. Officers . . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . Historian . . . . Reporter . . Student Council Student Council . . . Advisor . . . Second Semester .....Dora Larson .Geraldine Zeller .....Carol Paiser .Suzann Stroshine . . Dorothy Meyer .....Wayne Cox .....Lois Gerrits . . . Mary Kennedy Miss Mary Stewart MEMBERS PICTURED Top left: D. Larson, G. Kralapp, M Kennedy Top right: S Rusch. N Edminster Middle top: M. WielgosH, A Raislcr, C. Raiser Middle bottom: 8 Bradley. J Case, L. Bradley Bottom right: N. Siegel, S. Ziegler, C. Wochlkefn t s«mc»t«r Stcond Semester President Beta Phi started the 1954-55 school year Prttident I4«»td U«dqr» changing its name from Lyceum to Beta Erni Btotnim Phi Their first activity centered around Homecoming as they entered their float, a fire engine, in the Homecoming float parade. Their slogan was. "The Titans Will Burn Up the Field." Beta Phi's entry in Kappa Gamma's Play Contest was entitled "Minor Miracle," and took second place It was directed by Edward Landgraf and the members of the cast were Norman Perreten, David Harmsen. Leonard Tews, and Donald Peterson As Songfest drew near, the members of Beta Phi spent much time practicing their entry, "There's Nothing Like A Dame " Edward Landgraf also directed this Once again Beta Phi sponsored the annual Vod-Vil Contest. Competition was open to any sorority or fraternity wishing to enter. The co-chairmen for this greatly anticipated event were Donald Peterson and Ernest Broeniman. In the spring, Beta Phi held their annual formal with Phoenix, Lambda Chi, Alethean, and Philakean. Formerly, Beta Phi and their sister sorority, Phoemx, sponsored a separate formal. This was the first year that five societies combined forces to make the spring formal bigger and better than ever before. At the time the pictures were being taken for the Quiver, Beta Phi was in the process of reorganization This accounts for the fact that they have only three group pictures First Semester Edward Landgraf Leonard Tews. . Jack Carter. . . . Robert Gertsch . Robert Quianyira Officers . . . . President . . . , Secretary-T reasurer . . . . Historian . . . . . . Inter-Fraternity . . . . Inter-Fraternity . . Second Semester Ernest Broeniman Thomas Mitchell Edward Landgraf . . David Harmsen .....Jack Carter 62MEMBERS PICTURED 63 Bottom right: J. Henning, E. 8ro«nimjnScmeitc VicvdcM lotna DELTA Pill Delta Phi began another eventful year with Homecoming activities. Their entry in the parade was a huge panda bear with the slogan, "We Pan-da Win." Members and alumni gathered at the Union for the annual Homecoming Tea. Barbara Koplein and Nancy Retzer directed Delta Phi's entry in Kappa Gamma's Play Contest. Its title was "The Necklace Is Second Semester President Al™ Remm Mine." Ron Knorr was Delta Phi's first place winning candidate in the Beau Brummel contest sponsored by the Raulf Theater. "Silver Bells" was the theme for a Christmas Formal held at the Eagles Ballroom, which Delta Phi sponsored in cooperation with lota, Kappa Gamma, Periclean, and Gamma Sigma. Boyd Kohn, Delta Phi's candidate for Frost-Bite Frolic King, received this title Informal Rushing was held at Radford Hall in the form of a trip on the Delta Queen. Nine rushees became members at a Formal Rushing party held at the Town Grill. Delta Phi, for the second year in a row, won first place at Lambda Chi's Campus Carnival Their booth was, "Shoot The Bull!" Carolyn Akin and Peg Kollath directed Delta Phi's selection for Songfest, "I Believe." First Semester Officers Second Semester Lorna Moll Caryl Miller . . . . Vice-President . . . Edith Hubli Joanne Hanneman Betty Strehlow . . . . Inter-Fraternity . . . . Carolyn Akin Lois Stopler Diane Carlson Kathleen Schuette Miss Dorothy Martin.... . Miss Dorothy MartinMEMBERS PICTURED Top left: N MacIntyre, D Bastion, L Bcrgquist, C. Akin Top right: ). Hanneman. C. Miller. B Koplein, D. Carlson Middle top: J. Cromer. M Rodcncal, N. Retzer, L. Hawkins Middle bottom: L. Gerntj, P. Kollath, L. Moll, K. Schuctte Bottom right: J. Knock, M Knoke, L. Stopler, D. Pollard Bottom left: A. Romm, J. Halle, V . Taggart, C. Jago-dlnski Bottom middle: G. Ort, T Eckstein, M. Clark, L. A. SchmidtI ill ill ft After a year of further study. Miss Co-rinne Hubbard once again took her place as Gamma Sigma's advisor. This year as always before Homecoming brought many memories, especially for the members who took third place with their float. It was a big skunk with the slogan, "Our Instinct Scents Victory." As the Christmas season rolled around, the Gamma Sigs were busily at work making snowmen and decorating the Christmas tree, which was in Dempsey Hall. A Christmas dance was held at the Eagles Ballroom and was sponsored by Gamma Sigma, Kappa Gamma, Delta Phi, Pcriclean, and lota. Gamma Sigma held their Informal Rushing at Radford Hall, carrying out their theme, The Purple Parrot. The room was decorated like a Nite Club and they had various enter-tainers. Formal Rushing was held at the Roxy with their fraternity brothers, Periclean. For Songfest, Sue Reible directed "These Foolish Things." Joan Cumber and Shirley Tipler directed "The White Iris" for Play Contest. Gamma Sigma also entered Campus Carnival. As always, the girls had their annual Mother's Day Luncheon. To wrap up their year's activities, the Gamma Sigs held their annual cottage party at Waupaca. First Scrncste' President Elaine Sc ' 4 Second Semester President M ry O’Connor First Semester Elaine Schroeder Jane leks........... Nancy Harriman .... Marceline Roberts . . Barbara Zimmerman . Diane Hayward....... Helen Dvorak........ Anna Gay Hubbard. . Miss Corinne Hubbard Officers . . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . Inter-Fraternity Inter-Fraternity . . Historian . . . . Custodian . . . . . Advisor. .. Second Semester .....Mary O'Connor ..........Peg Kelley .....Diane Hayward . . .Marceline Roberts .... Audrey Madison . Barbara Zimmerman .........Betsy Stone . .Anna Gay Hubbard Miss Corinne HubbardMEMBERS PICTURED Top left: B. Koval, E. Sehroeder, S. Tipler, M Schuster. N. Prill, D Hensel Top right: J. Grcisch, J. Glavick, J. Cumber, B Zimmerman, E. Stone, H. Dvorak Middle top: M Olson, J Read, K. Olson, N. Harriman S Johnson, A. Madison. A. Hubbard Middle bottom: J Doll, V. Games. D. Dohrman, B. lehcr, K Litkey, L. Roscoe, M. Bork Bottom right: M Persha. K. Ziegler, M. Lawless, M. Wiclgosh, J. Schinke, C. Paiscr Bottom left: D. Hayward, J. Hanley, P Kelley, C. Knopc, V. Stark, C. Haley Bottom middle: F. Pawlitzke, M O'Connor, M Roberts, S, Rcible, J. BeyerIOTA ALPHA SIliHI $ ond Semester President Melvin Mart lota began the school year by holding Informal Rushing according to the new rushing rules. Eleven new members were welcomed into the fraternity. The next center of activity was the Christum mas Formal, lota sponsored it with three so- Prevdcnt rorities and one other fraternity. )»m« Nctfeiw lota participated successfully in intra- mural sports. In football they were tied for first place until the last game Next their interest turned to volleyball in which they were in the playoffs. The "Big Shots' placed fourth in basketball. They also participated in the intramural track meet and the softball tournament. Darrel Ziebell and Bill Manis were selected as co-chairmen of Songfest. The "Dog Races" booth was sponsored by lota at the Campus Carnival. They took third place. First Semester James Nesbitt. William Manis. Joseph Liner. . Keith Bastian . William Manis Jerry Byrne. . . Dr. G G Reed Officers . . President . . . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . . . Treasurer . .. Inter-Fraternity. . . Historian . . . .. . Advisor. .. . Second Semester . . .Melvin Marx . . Roger Wilson . . . . Jerry Byrne . . Keith Bastian . James Weiland . Richard Meyer . . Dr G. G Reed MEMBERS PICTURED Top loft: R. Gehrkc, J. Wetland, M. Marx Top right: R. Meyer, R Wilson, D. Loehning, R. Erickson Middle top: R. Spaulding. W. Manis, R. Karnes Middle bottom: J. Hanley, J Byrnes, D Butts Bottom left: D Zicbcll. J. Purcell, J. Zwickynm i.unit first ScmM«' Pretidt"' Wli i W « « Second Semester President Jun° Johnson Kappa Gamma began first semester by welcoming six new girls into the sorority at the Formal Rushing party at the home of Dr. Frederick Caudle. Homecoming time found Kappa Gamma busy with their float, "Let's Keep The Line Busy," which won second place. The alumni were welcomed back at a banquet at the Town Grill. Lorraine Schultz and Joan Tisch served as co-chairmen for the Play Contest, which is sponsored each year by Kappa Gamma. Joan Wislinsky was chosen captain of Kappa Gamma's volleyball team. At Christmas time. Kappa Gamma and four other sororities and fraternities sponsored the Christmas Formal, "Silver Bells." Barbara Malcheski was elected captain of Kappa Gamma's basketball team Second semester opened with Informal Rushing which was held in the cafeteria at Radford Hall. Formal Rushing was held at the Athearn Hotel. Mitzi Rhein was chairman of Kappa Gamma's entry in Campus Carnival. For Songfest, Kappa Gamma chose, "You'll Never Walk Alone " Shirley Sterlinske was the director. The girls held a banquet for their mothers in May. The year ended with a cottage party at the Chain O' Lakes First Semester Mitzi Rhein......... Joan Tisch.......... Barbara Malcheski . Barbara Miller...... Betsy May........... Shirley Vogel....... Rosemary Salm .... Athlean Boreson. . . Jan Furrer.......... Miss Helen Wahoski Officers . . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . Inter-Fraternity Inter-Fraternity . . Historian . . . . Custodian . . Parliamentarian . . . Advisor . . . Second Semester ..... June Johnson .....Jean Resheske .....Shirley Kruse .....Barbara Miller . . . Athlean Boreson .....Shirley Vogel ........Mae Raisler . .Yvonne Kosmosky .......Mary Weber Miss Helen WahoskiMEMBERS PICTURED Top left: R Hornbcck, S. Kruse. M Reese, D. Hoffman, Y. Kosmosky Top right: F Bramschreibcr, M Firehammer, M. Grenkc, M Turan, J. Furrcr Middle top: B May, G. Briggs, S. Carey, S. Adams, S. Wolfmeyer Middle bottom: J Rasmussen. M. Malcheski, B. Mal-cheski. M Feldman, M Raisler Bottom right: R. Salm, L. Schultz, D. Ellcfscn, A Bore-son Bottom left: E. Mertz, S Sterlinskc, J. Case, J. Wislin-sky, J. Johnson Bottom middle: S. Vogel, D. Rhein, J Tisch, B. Miller, J. Rcshcskc. M. Webermin in cm Ljmbda Chi's year of activities began at their first meeting, at which they met their new advisor, Miss Constance Ottman The members of Lambda Chi had loads of fun when they got together for their "Come tint Ornette. As You Are Party" which was held at Bobbie Second f mfffr_ Picvdcn Frazier's home. President Charted Brandt Homecoming was a busy time for them. Vifgini Besides working on their float, which had the theme, "We're Harping For Victory," and sell-,n9 pom poms in the hall, they also helped fervently to back their winning candidate for Homecoming Queen, Molly Walsdorf. Elizabeth Firary and Lois Mathia directed the sorority's entry, "The Anchor," in the annual Play Contest. The cast, Molly Walsdorf, Charleen Brandt, Joanne Mueller, and Nancy Starke, won third place for Lambda Chi. At Christmas time, Lambda Chi helped to promote the spirit by placing the traditional star above the main entrance in Dempsey Hall. Judy Heuring and Jan Coulahan did a wonderful job by being captains of the volleyball and basketball teams respectively, and winning first place in both. Pollack House was the scene of Lambda Chi's Informal Rushing party. The next week sixteen girls were rushed formally at the Town Grill. "Serenade," by Romberg, was the sorority's choice for Songfest, directed by Sharon Engerson. Campus Carnival was again a big success this year, with Roberta Frazier and Charleen Brandt as co-chairmen. The girls also held a Mother's Day Luncheon in May. First Semester Officers Charleen Brandt...................President . . Virginia Evans.................Vice-President Molly Walsdorf....................Secretary . . Beverly Plotz.....................Treasurer Second Semester . .Virginia Evans Sharon Engerson . . Marjorie Gritt .Beverly Plotz Molly Walsdorf..................Inter-Fraternity................Sharon Engerson Sharon Engerson.................Inter-Fraternity...................Carol Bauer Romayne Timmers.....................Historian............................Joanne Mueller Alice Jacques.......................Custodian..............................Judy Heuring Miss Constance Ottman................Advisor............Miss Constance OttmanMEMBERS PICTURED Top left: M Wagner. L. Bohn, A. Jacques, J. Mix, B. Marchcnkuski, J. Petersen Top right: C. Bauer, N Starke. S. Engerson, M. Coulahan, E. Borian Middle top: V. Evans, M. Walsdorf, M. Bock, J. Ver-duin, J. Russell, P. Hoinzen Middle bottom: M. Gritt, P Zuclzkc, C. Neuman, M King. J. Coulahan, B. Hlavachek Bottom right: J. Heuring, C. Ottman. R George, D. Plotz, R. Bradley Bottom left: C. 8randt, L. Mathia, A Jacoby, M Kolb, B. Buochol. B. Plotz Bottom middle: R. Timmers, B Frazier. B. Firary, B. Vance, A Shane I’KRM'LEIl Rann' to go at the beginning of a new school year, Periclean entered Homecoming festivities by having not one, but two floats in the Homecoming parade. One was in the form of a paddy wagon supposedly transporting a sports writer who had predicted defeat for rhe Oshkosh Titans in their Homecoming 5«ond Semester game The other 'float' was an old Model-T President owned by Fritz Wachter on which many ap- naid Knorr propriate slogans were painted. "Silver Bells," the Christmas formal, was held at the Twentieth Century Club sponsored by Periclean, Gamma Sigma, lota Alpha Sigma, Delta Phi, and Kappa Gamma. Second semester found Periclean enjoying a smorgasbord at the Roxy with their sister sorority, Gamma Sigma The occasion was Formal Rushing. Dave Sutton was master of fxr Scmwtcf Picsidcrt Martin Oo m«» ceremonies The Pericleans worked hard on March 12 setting up their entry for Campus Carnival— a shuffle board Periclean placed much emphasis on the intramural sports program. They received fourth place m the football tournament. Basketball season found them more successful. They entered two teams in the tournament and one was awarded first place while the other team received fourth place. They also entered the intramural track meet. The year was successfully completed by Periclean with their annual picnic. Firs Semester Officers Second Semester Marlin Doxtater...................President............................. Ron Knorr Don Kresbach...................Vice-President...............William Coyne John Leskovec.....................Secretary.................John Leskovec Frank Faust.......................Treasurer.............................Frank Faust Jim Dodge.....................Inter-Fraternity..........................Bunny Miller Jack Wippich..................Inter-Fraternity............................Bob Subat Ralph Kinzel......................Historian..........................TomViney Harold Valentine...................Janitor..................Ervin Winarski Mr. Nevin James....................Advisor..................Mr. Nevin James Mr. Earl Hutchinson................Advisor..............Mr. Earl HutchinsonMEMBERS PICTURED Top left: W, Stern, E Vanden Hcuvcl, D. Sutton, C. Miller Top right: C. Knight, A Harke, D. Rusch, B. Urban Middle top: i. Dodge, J. Bartz, H. Valentine, R. Kinzel Middle bottom: J. Leskovec, B. Subot, E. Winarjki, A. Huberty, J. Wippich Bottom right: R. Knorr. D. Stcinbach, J. Lehman, T. Kenney Bottom left: D. Krebsbach, J. Sommers, F. Faust, R. Allen, W. McIntyre Bottom middle: D. Kroll, D. Brennan, G. Hightdudis, B. Schulz. R. Gilliganfin Senate Pievdc«' jo »« • •• Set°nd tester President W. Knell The men of Philakean started their activities for the year by taking part in the Homecoming festivities. Their parade entry bore the slogan, "No Pioneer Will Cross the Frontier." After the Homecoming game, alumni and actives gathered at the Town Grill for their annual reunion banquet. "The Funeral Scene From Julius Caesar," was Philakeans entry in Kappa Gamma's annual Play Contest. Bob Klimko served as director. Each year Philakean has lads and lassies shed their shoes and attend their Sock Hop This very successful event was held in February. Bringing out their gambling spirits, the Philakeans entered Campus Carnival a 9ambling casino, "Ace in the Hole," as their booth. Their gamble paid off as they carried off the second prize. Songfest time filled the air with music as Philakeans practiced their song, "On Great Long Hills." Something new for the Philakeans this year was their Formal Rushing with their sister sorority, Alethean. This year Philakean held their annual formal with Alethean, Phoenix, Beta Phi, and Lambda Chi in the spring. Enthusiasm was shown by this group in the intramural sports programs as they fielded a football team, two basketball teams, a softball team and a volleyball team. A successful school year was closed with the annual picnic held with their sisters, the Aletheans. First Semester Officers Second Semester John Armstrong....................President......................Wayne Knoll Leon Freischmidt...............Vice-President..............Leon Freischmidt Bill Manske.......................Secretary.....................Bill Manske James Watson......................Treasurer.............................John Judd Bill Manske...................Inter-Fraternity................ Bill Manske Leon Freischmidt..............Inter-Fraternity.............Leon Freischmidt No One..........................Historian...............................John Stockinger No One........................Sergeant-at-Arms...................Tom Hagene Mr. Warner Geiger................. Advisor...............Mr. Warner Geiger Mr. James Unger....................Advisor.................Mr, James Unger • MEMBERS PICTURED Top left: J. Schomisch, R. Kasten, N Jerabek, R. Eiden, J. Stockinger Top right: R. Bcese, B. Pitz, J. Christenson, E. Korbish Middle top: J. Armstrong, R Penzenstadlcr, D. Tcustcl, J. Judd Middle bottom: D. Wingrove, C. Kundc, R. Klimko, D. Winter Bottom right: J. Kcrchcr, P Gorr, K. Johnston, G. Kitz-man, G. Holland Bottom left: B. Manske, J. Watson, L. Frcischmidt, R. Karst Bottom middle: D. Boettcher, K. Stcincrt, E. Safford, G Konradtint President Ch»»toW« Dottk« Shortly after school began in September, Phoenix began their activities with Informal Rushing. It was held at Carol Baumgartner's home and a western theme was used On October 19, Phoenix had their Formal Rushing in the form of a dance with Beta Phi Fraternity. Four new members were taken into the sorority. "Jump On The Merry-Go-Round, We're Victory Bound!" was Phoenix's entry in the Homecoming Parade. Phoenix entered the women's volleyball and basketball tournaments, ner was captain of the volleyball team and Carol Bergen was the captain team. Second Semester President •'1 Redke Carol Baumgart-of the basketball Rushing activities were first on the list of events for the second semester. "The Mad-hatter's Tea" was the theme for the Informal Rushing. Formal Rushing was held at Carol Baumgartner's home and eight new members were taken into the sorority. Next came Lambda's Campus Carnival with Phoenix's booth being "Phoenix Photos." For Songfest their selection was "Some Day My Prince Will Come," directed by Nancie Goggin. First Semester Officers Second Semester Charlotte Dottke Marcia Caudle Carol Baumgartner Nancy Knight Nancy Knight Alice Asplund Mary Radke Mona Matravers Mary Worden Annette Timmerman Miss Mildred Nasgowitz. . . Miss Mildred NasgowitzMEMBERS PICTURED Top left: G. Kralapp, A. Timmerman, N. Knight, E. Knight, S. Stroshinc Top right: H. Harm . M. Caudle, M. Matravers, B. Conlce Middle top: S. Steiner, P. Norman, J. Bartelt, L. Bisser Middle bottom: K. Keller, C. Bergen, E. Hoebner, P. O'Connell Bottom right: P. Rcichardt, C. Dottko, N. Edminster, S. Rusch Bottom left: A Raisler, C. Baumgartner, J. Blair, M Worden Bottom middle: L. Klein, J. Murphy. M. Radke, R. Kruegeriim-mmim Inter-Fraternity plays an important part in the social life at Oshkosh State College. It is representative of all sororities and fraternities on campus. Two members of each group are elected to serve as representatives of their group and elections occur each semester. Picvdent This year Inter-Fraternity Council WittUm made an amendment to their by-laws that in- creased the number of members in the women's sororities from 35 to 50. It was also decided to let the men's fraternities rush new students first semester. They also combined the sorority and fraternity formats so that there are two major ones a year; one at Christmas and one after the Lenten season. Three sororities and two fraternities sponsor each formal. The President, William Manis, was in charge of working out the Social Calendar for the next school year; setting the dates for the Prom, Songfest, Play Contest, Vod-Vil, Campus Carnival, and formats. First Semester William Manis. Molly Walsdorf Carolyn Akin. . Officers . . President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Second Semester . .William Manis Mona Matravers Mary Ann Pugh g May s Emerson. B. Zimmerman. M Radkc, A. Asplund, C. Akin. Row 2: B Manis, L. Fre.schmidt, J. Dod0e. R. Spaulding, S. Vogel, J. Wilson, M. FinkFirst Semester htlidtM David Sutton The Student Council is the law-making body of Oshkosh State College It is divided into separate committees with a Student Council member on each one plus two students chosen from the student body. These committees are as follows: the assembly committee, the curriculum committee, the Health and Accident committee, the Student Welfare committee, the finance committee, the safety committee and the library committee. Second Semester President Robert Klimko First Semester David Sutton . Robert Klimko Betsy May. . . Officers Second Semester . .. . President..........................Robert Klimko . . Vice-President......Eugene Vanden Heuvel Secretary-Treasurer...............Rebecca Vance Row 1: B Vance, J. Watson. D. Sutton, B. May, i. Narance, B. Baxter. Row 2: B. Hlavachek, B Klimko, L GerntsI Chairman James Watson SOCIAL LIFE We all agree that school would not be much fun without parties SM and other social functions. There are seven people responsible for W planning all of these functions and they are known as the Social Life Committee. They are elected by the Student Council. On October 15, the Committee sponsored a Royalty Dance at which Molly Walsdorf reigned as Queen. The next day was the big U - Homecoming game, which was followed in the evening by the Home- coming Dance. Many alumni returned for the event. After some of the basketball games, the Committee sponsored dances to complete the evening. The Sadie Hawkin's Day Dance was also financed by Social Life. On May 28, the biggest social event on the calendar of Oshkosh State College took place. It was the annual school prom. The final social event sponsored by this Committee was the all school picnic held near the end of the school year, he Social Life Committee is really one of the hardest working groups on campus. They do their best to plan a program which will keep the students at Oshkosh State College happy. Members of the Social Life Committee this year were Jim Watson, Junior, Oshkosh; Janet Blair,. Junior, Black Creek; Don Krebsbach, Junior, New Holstein; Jo Ann Mueller, Sophomore, Oshkosh; Melvin Marx, Sophomore, Oshkosh; Chuck Cobb, Senior, Beaver Dam; Rita Steckbauer, Junior, Oshkosh; and Janet Wilson, Junior, Waupaca. L. to R.: D. Krebsbach, J. Wilson, J Watson, R. Steckbauer, M. Marx KAPPA DELTA PI President.....................................Mary Kastein Vice-President............................Jacqueline Case Secretary...................................Carolyn Akin Treasurer...................................Leroy Kottke Historian.........................................Virginia Evans Advisor............................Mr. Anthony Womaski President M rr Kastein The Beta Theta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary fraternity, initiated into members ip fifteen new students this year. They were Diane Carlson, Harriet Harms, Mary Hupke, Nancy Harriman, Donald Krebsbach, Barbara Marchenkuski, Virginia Moore, Beverly Plotz, Denise Rhein, Marceline Roberts, Patricia Ruthmansdorfer, Elaine Schroeder, Kenneth Schroeder, Kathleen Schuette, and Lorraine Schultz. Kappa Delta Pi was established twenty-five years ago in our college for people who have dedicated their lives to education. Both students and faculty members may belong. Each year new members are chosen by members of the fraternity These chosen students must have full junior standing, be enrolled in one of the education divisions and must have a high scholarship. Row 1: D. Rhein, C. Akin, N. Harriman, S. Reible, B. Plotz, M. Hupke, M. Roberts, D. Wasser. Row 2: J. Johnson, K. Schuette, P. Ruthmansdorfer, V. Moore, E. Schroeder, V. Evans, M. Kastein, B. Marchenkuski, M. Docpke. Row 3: H. Harms, S. Sterlinskc, H. Scchawer, L. Schultz, C. Brandt, D. Carlson, B. Sumida, L. Kottke. Row 4: D. Krebsbach, D. Titzkowski, M Kuchl, J. Mix."0” CLllll F.rrt Pretidc' Ronald Knott O The "O" Club is now in its second year of reorganization. Before the war the club was very active and it is now at work again. Organization is still the uppermost function of the club. The constitution drawn up for membership requires a major letter in a major sport, two minor letters in a minor sport, or a minor letter in a minor sport. Each year’ the vice-president of the previous year takes over the presidency. All other officers are elected each semester. The club has a formal initiation and "O" Club membership cards are awarded. At their meetings, the club sponsors speakers from larger schools who talk on athletic programs which are enforced in their schools. A new policy of the club, serving lunches to visiting teams. Its purpose is to inspire good will and sportsmanship among athletes of OSC. XT jr ±i Second Semester President Boyd Kohn First Semester Officers Second Semester Ronald Knorr......................President.....................Boyd Kohn Boyd Kohn......................Vice-President.................Claude Taubel Charles Cobb......................Secretary............................Wayne Stageman Marlin Doxtater...................Treasurer................George Hightdudis Jerome Kruse......................Historian.................Wayne Stageman Row 1i M. Doxtater, J. Krutc, D. Sutton, J. Letkovcc, G. Miley, B. Manis, J. Wippich, W. Stageman. Row 2: R. Tiedemann, R Knorr, D. Krcbsbach. C. Cobb, D. Loehring, B. Subat, G. Hlghtdudit. E. Winarski, Coach Kolf. Row 3: H. Valentine, D. Spaulding, B. Kohn, C. Taubel, B. Schulz, R. WiltonWHO’S WHO Thirteen seniors from Oshkosh State College were chosen to be listed this year in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Each year since 1934 outstanding students in the various colleges and universities throughout the country have been given recognition in this publication as a reward for achievements in their college careers. The students were chosen by a faculty committee at OSC on the basis of their scholastic achievements, leadership, participation in extra-curricular and academic activities, citizenship and service to the school. The students selected must be seniors. The students chosen for recognition in this years publication of WHO'S WHO are Virginia Garbe Evans, Leroy Kottke and Donna Lee Wasser of Oshkosh; Marvel Doepke and Daniel Polcyn of Montello; Carolyn Akin, Hortonville; Charleen Brandt, Neenah; Jacqueline Case, West Bend; June Johnson, Marinette; Jean Mix, Berlin; Susan Reible, Horicon; Henrietta Seehawer, Appleton; and Shirley Sterlinski, Ripon. Row 1: S. Reible, J. Mix, H. Seehawer, i. Case, M. Doepke. Row 2: D. Polcyn, V. Evans, C. 8rondt, S. Sterlinski, C. Akin, L. Kottke.ADVANCE First Semester Editor Virginia Moore Assignments had to be given, deadlines had to be met, and the students of OSC had to receive their school paper, the Advance. Most of the students do not realize the work that is put into the paper, but they still appreciate the efforts of the editors, reporters, typists, and business managers of the Advance, who once again have worked hard to put out the school paper. Second Semester Editor Betsy May First Semester Virginia Moore.................. Jo Ann Mueller.................. Mary Ann Pugh, Joan Read........ Betsy May...................... Nancy Starke, Bobbie Zimmerman James Kuebler................... Diane Hayward.................. Marilee Reinert................. Marceline Roberts............... Mr. Donald Zahalka Second Semester Editor.....................................Betsy May Associate Editor.....................Marceline Roberts Business Managers.......Joan Read, Bobbie Zimmerman News Editor............................Barbara Koplein Make-Up Editor....................................Flora 01m Sports Editor......................................Jack Lehman Society Editor.........................Marilee Reinert Circulation Editor.....................Molly Walsdorf Copy Editor...............................Carole Knope Training Editor.........................Virginia Moore Feature Editor.........................Jo Ann Mueller Picture Editor.............................Nancy Starke Advisor...........................Mr. Donald Zahalka THE ADVANCE STAFFMAKE-UP and BUSINESS STAFF Row 1: D. Sobicski, F. Olm, M Schuster, D. Hoffman. Row 2: N. Starke, B. Vance, J. Read, M. Fire-hammer, M. Grcnkc, N. Swanson, D. Hayward. Row 3: E. Borian, K. Hildahl, M. A. Pugh, J. Miller. M. Reese. Y. Kosmosky. REPORTERS Row 1: B. Koplcm, A. Ramm, J. Halle, P. Zuelzke. Row 2: J. Greisch, M. Bock, M. Waoner, P. Hcmzcn, E. Raymond. REPORTERS Row 1: J. Schmke. J. Bartelt, N. Rctzer, M. Feldman. Row 2: C. Miller, N. Harriman, M. Hupke, S. Steiner, A. Meyer. EDITORIAL and CIRCULATION STAFF Row 1: P. Kollath, M. Walsdorf, M. Reinert. Row 2: E. Landgraf, J. Watson, B. Manskc, T. Warhanek, B. May. SPORTS, COPY, and TYPIST STAFF Row 1: H. Dvorak, E. Marth, M. Roberts. Row 2: C. Knopc, K. Schuotte, J. Russell, P. Norman. JQ mm Editor Susan Reible Another school year is caught between these pages of your Quiver. Under the supervision of Susan Reible, the staff has worked together to preserve memories of your past year at OSC. Picture schedules, copy writing, black outs and that all important word “deadline" are all over now and we are almost sorry! The Quiver is now yours. We sincerely hope you like what you see. Butineu Manager Mary Ann Pugh Susan Reible........................................................Editor Mary Ann Pugh.....................................................Business Manager Carolyn Akin.........................................Administration Editor Mary O'Connor.................................................Class Editor Sally Stauffer................................................Organization Editor Virginia Evans...........................................Activities Editor James Kuebler................................................Sports Editor LaRon Mischock and Frank Faust............................Photographers Mr. Donald Zahalka.................................................Advisor THE QUIVER STAFF Row 1: Y. Kosmosky, L. Nett, D Hoffman, J. Bartelt, M. Gaucrkc, M Konrad, B. Buechel, M. Feldman. P Zuelzke Row 2: S. Reible, J. Petersen, C. Brandt, R. Hornbeck, A. Jacques, J. Allan, P. Greisch, J. Miller, M O'Connor, J. Reshcske. L. Mischock. Row 3: S. Stauffer, J. Verduin, E. Schroeder, S. Tiplcr, M. Malchcski, J. Flock, H. Dvorak, E Marlh, P. Norman, M. A. Pugh C. Knopc.ORGANIZATIONS STAFF Row 1: T. Warhanck, H. Dvorak, E. Marth. Row 2: L. Nett, A. Jacques, V. Kosmosky, P. Sanford, M. Reiblc. Row 3: M. Bork, M. Raisler, S. Stauffer, P. Norman, J. Flock. ACTIVITIES STAFF Row 1: P. Greisch, V. Evans, B. Bucchel. Row 2: M. Gauerkc, J. Allan, M. Fcldmann. SPORTS WRITER and PHOTOGRAPHER I. to R.: J. Byrne, L. Mischock.osc One of the largest organizations on the OSC campus is the instrumental department, which consists of the Band, a String Ensemble, and the Dance Band. The officers for the year were as follows President.............................Ralph Crain Vice-President........................Ralph Kinzel Manager................................John Karow Librarian...................Saralee Steiner The band's first appearances were at three home games during the football season. Barbara Laycock was the head majorette and Kay Peterson was the featured twirler. The football band was honored at a banquet in January. The concerts for the year were divided into three groups. Mr. Roger Dennis, the band di-I I) rector, said the reason for this was that the band would not go on a spring tour as they have in previous years. Instead they arranged their concerts for throughout the year. The fall season consisted of an evening concert at Coleman on November 18; playing for the Veterans' Program on November 30 in the Little Theater; and on December 2, an evening concert at Hortonville. The second series started on February 17, for which the band played a morning concert at Waupun and on the afternoon of that same day, they performed at Beaver Dam. On February 21, the annual mid-winter concert took place in the Little Theater. In spring, the annual concert for parents was presented on May 22A hush fell over the audience as the curtain rose, and Dr. Stanley Linton stood before the eighty members of the Oshkosh State College Choir. This was the first performance of the Choir for the 1954 to 1955 season. It was held in the Little Theater for the High School Choral Clinic on November 23. December 9 saw the Choir at the Menasha High School and December 13 at the Brillion High School where Christmas concerts were presented. On December 14 the student body of OSC enjoyed the Christmas spirit as the Choir sang a variety of selections for this festive occasion. The major concert of the season was presented on March 15 at the Congregational CHOIR Church of Oshkosh. The work performed was Haydn's Oratorio, “The Creation." The guest soloists were Maude Nosier, soprano; Ralph Nielson, tenor; and Bernard Izzo, baritone. These three are from the Chicago area. The organist was Don Jistad, Director of Sacred Music for Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. On April 20 the Choir sang for the Green County Teachers Association at Markesan. April 28 the Choir gave a concert at the Kaukauna High School, Kaukauna. A public concert for the citizens of Seymour was given on May 11. The Choir's last performance of the year was singing for the Commencement Exercises in June. I f • s v S' r 9 .v,v,vv;v'-; Tflft fi f nra rn t»« .!« '• L0"",' WOMENS ASSOCIATION President.............................Nancy Starke Vice-President................................Mary Weber Secretary-Treasurer.................Sally Stauffer On Registration Day, all co-eds enrolled in OSC become members of the Women's Association. They pay membership dues which are used for the upkeep of the Women's Lounge and for social events that the Women's Association sponsors. This year, the Women's Association again sponsored a Freshman Mixer, which was held during the freshmen's first week of school. In early November, the doors of the girl's locker room were opened for the annual locker party for both men and women. The decorations followed the theme of fall and Halloween. "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" was the theme for the annual Christmas banquet held this year at the Athearn Hotel. The sororities of OSC assisted the Women's Association Board with the banquet preparations. Representatives attended the convention this spring at River Falls State College A Mothers' Day program was held May 7 for all women on campus and their mothers followed by a formal tea in the Women's Gymnasium. The governing board of the Women's Association is composed of a representative from each sorority on campus and two independents. L. ro r : N MacIntyre, A Timmerman, L. Gcrrits, N. Starke. P Kelley, R Fcro, M Weber. S StaufferMEN’S ASSOCIATION President...........................Jim Cannon Vice-President......................Jim Nesbitt Secretary-Treasurer............Dennis Titzkowski All male students of OSC are members of the Men's Association. The purpose of t is organization is to maintain the Men's Lounge in the Men's Gym, to provide several parties and movies during t esc oo year for the men, and to perform various services to men on the campus. The Men's Association consists of eight members elected from the male student body. Two new members are elected each semester as the terms of two other men expire. The Board also has a President, a Vice-President, and a Secretary-Treasurer. The annual football banquet honoring the 1954 Football Team was held in the Rose C. Swart Campus School Cafeteria in November. Dr. David Bowman, Director of the Campus School, was the guest speaker. During the first semester the Men's Association presented an Intramural Sports Plaque to the Men's Gym. On the plaque will be engraved the names of the winning teams of the volleyball and the touch football contests each year. The second semester the Men's Association along with other various organizations, sponsored weekend movies for all of the students of OSC L. to R.: J. Cannon. J. Watson, D Titzkowski, J. Butrymowicz, J. Armstrong, R. Knorr.S«.nO partnC'’ putiike TEACHERS OP AMERICA The J. A. Breese Chapter of the Future Teachers of America began its third year of activities with a mixer for new and old members in September. With 58 members this year, the main project of the organization was giving aid to high school clubs and encouraging the formation of FTA Chapters in those high schools which haven't them as yet. Discussion groups went to the high schools that were interested in forming FTA Chapters to help them get started and answer any questions that were bothering them. In November five members of the OSC Chapter attended the FTA meeting at the WEA Convention. A delegation from OSC also attended the statewide FTA Chapter Convention at River Falls State College in the spring In February the organization sponsored an all school square dance and the annual spring banquet was held in May. Row 1: 0. Brcit, L. Arndt. B. Strehlow, D. Rh in, J. Schinkc, S. Kruse, N. Harnman, M. Hupke, J. Furrer, M Roberts Row 2: M. Kolb, M. Rodencal. C. Miller, J. Arnold. E. Patchetf, S. Rc.ble, H. Dvorak, B. Bucchcl. A. Ramm. B. Marchenkuski. Row 3: L. Kottke, B. H. Sumida, K. Schuettc, J. Johnson, D. Ellefsen, P. Ruthmansdorfer, R. Hombeck, V. Evans, M Kowalski, A. Paskc, D. Titzkowski. Row 4: S. Steiner, P. Norman, E. Marth. E Schrocder. L Hawkins. C. Brandt, I. Schultz. B Davis. J. Narancc. E Cavil. J. Armstrong udio CLUB The Radio Club of OSC is divided into five groups. Each of these groups are composed of about five members. These groups take turns presenting programs each Thursday night at 9:00 over WOSH. The programs are "live" disc jockey shows featuring bits of college news between records. Sometimes they interview people who are taking part in current activities on the campus of OSC. These include students and teachers. All OSC students are eligible for membership in the Radio Club. The students that are active in this organization have many opportunities opened for them. There are many phases of radio work which may appeal to students. If a student is not interested in announcing or writing, he may like the mechanical part of producing a program and therefore learns to operate the equipment that the Radio Club uses. The satisfaction and enjoyment that can be gained in belonging to Radio Club will come when you hear the program that you have helped to produce. Row 1: 8. Klimko, B. Hlavachok, C. Jagodinski, J Hallo, L. Schmidt. L. Knowles. Row 2: I Holmes, D. Peterson, N. Klumb. M Gritt, E. Raymond. Row 3: B Manske, E. Landgraf, J. Armstrong, R. Kinzcl, T. Timm TERMS’ mOCUTION 4orn« nC President.........................................Robert Gilray Vice-President...................................William Coyne Secretary-Treasurer...................Joseph Ermatinger Advisor............................Dr. Frederick Caudle Upon the completion of enrollment for the first semester, it was found that Ml students were en-rolled as veterans of World War II or of the Korean conflict. This represented an increase of 131 per cent over the preceding year, since there were only 61 veterans on campus the year before. All veterans of the college are accepted as members of the Veterans' Association which is established to promote the welfare of student veterans and to be a medium of service to the college Under the sponsorship of the Veterans' Association, and with the cooperation of the Music Department, a patriotic program was presented at a general assembly in the Little Theatre in May to commemorate Memorial Day. A Veterans' Day program was presented in November at which Attorney Simon Horwitz, Oshkosh, addressed a college assembly on the subject, "Is Fear Destroying Our Freedomsp" The freshman class at college this year contained 65 veterans, while 23 were sophomores, 29 juniors, and 24 were seniors. ftow 1; C. A. Hubcrty, G. HiQhtdudis, K. Schmudc, J Rumbac, R. Larsen. Row 2: Dr Caudle, B Cudahy, R. Mertz. D Hinz. Row 3: J. King, D. Peterson, W. King, H. Koch, G. Montonati.RIFLE CLUE The Oshkosh State College Rifle Club was organized in September of 1952. It offers students an opportunity to engage in small arms practice and competition, to become familiar with safety in the handling of pistols and rifles, and to appreciate the relationship of fire arms to hunting as a healthful, out-of-doors activity. Competition between club members was engaged in during the first semester each Tuesday evening between the hours of 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Two matches were fired with the Junior Rifle Club of Manitowoc, each of these being won by the college team. Team members who fired in these matches were Jack Jansen, Arlyn Dieck, LaRon Mischock, P. Wayne Cox, and Nick Del Santo. During the second semester, individual’ competition continued weekly and additional matches were held with the Manitowoc and Winneconne teams. A series of movies was shown which dealt with the safe handling of small arms, wild life, and the National Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio. Occasional guest speakers appeared before the club and subjects such as hunting, safety rules, competition firing, and wild life were given attention. Members also hunted at the country home of their advisor. Dr. Frederick Caudle. Row 1: J. Janien, P- Gorr, Dr. Caudle. Row 2: A Krueger. G Kitzman. I. Hubcrfy, S. Leonard, N Del Zanto, L. Muchock. Row 3: T T.mm, A. Dieck, R Anderjon, R. Rothe.nn phi (I II Eli I Alpha Phi Omega had a busy and interesting year. They sponsored the Ugly Man Contest with the proceeds going for Christmas baskets for the needy in Oshkosh. A Blood Drive Contest was sponsored in conjunction with Ripon College. Besides marshalling the Homecoming Parade, they won the Homecoming Float Contest. Some of the members attended an A.P.O. National Convention in Milwaukee Other miscellaneous activities were helping with registration, I.D pictures, and the March of Dimes, planning the annual book sale, and working on a camp for orphans. L. to R.: M Marx. D Tif kowjki, E Saftord, J. Konrad. 0 Karjf. A Perkmjas CLS t Christmas The College Lutheran Society on campus this year became affiliated with Gamma Delta, an Interna tional Lutheran organization. _ Reverend Leuders and Reverend Kleinhans were the religious directors with Mr. Roger Dennis, music director at OSC as advisor. A Christmas party was held for the orphans at the Elizabeth Batchelder Davis Children s Home. The children were presented with gifts and refreshments were served. An annual picnic concluded the events of the year. Row 1: A, Kirit, F. Zicgcnhagcn, E Disscn, C. Paiser, J. Becker. Row 2: M Roderw-ni v .. . „ A Shane. A Meistor. 0 Ebert. J. Miller. Row 3: D. Parcv. W Staged D Whal, ELSI The Lutheran Student Association is a newcomer to the OSC campus. It came into being through the efforts of a group of students, faculty and Lutheran pastors in 1954 with Miss Jeanne Rehwinkel. Phy. Ed. Instructor at OSC, serving as advisor. The local organization is affiliated with the Lutheran Student Association of America The aim of LSA i$ to confront students with the message of the church and to help them to relate their own Christian faith to their lives as students in study, worship and social activities. The calendar of events included several social and recreational meetings such as the Freshman Welcome Party, a Hobo Party at Halloween, Christmas caroling, and a dinner entertaining the Lawrence College LSA. Several provocative subjects were studied and discussed during the year. Among these were: "Academic Freedom," "America and Americanism," "Why the Church?", and "Can Morality be Relative?" Row 1; J Bartclt, J. Knack B. Strchlow, D. Schmidt. P H.tchcock, K Olwn, A Raislcr. Row 2: H. Corbett, L Moll, J Petersen 1. Schultz, S Parker, F. Bramschricber. A Borcson. A Lambrecht. Row 3: M Luebke. J. Byrne D Larson. J Flock, E Marth. E Mertz, P. NormanThe Cfcrfetma. par»y „ rfco Cof„mbtt, C ub Newman Club opened its year with an old fashioned hayride. which was held at the Columbus Club. It was followed by a Christmas Party t was held at the Columbus Club. . . .__of St AAarv's During the year there were various speakers. Among them were ishop Wisconsin and Father of Oshkosh, who formerly was the Head of the Newman Club at the Umversi y iru-ome tax Staudmeier and Father Danks of Alexian Brothers Hospital. Mr. Philip Nelson, an expert on income tax, along with Dr. Peterosik were also among the honored speakers. Row 1: B. Hlavachek, L. Gcmti, O. Rhom. M. Matravcrj, R. Fero, N. Swanson, D. Hoffman, C. Beck. L. NettA society at OSC, United Student Fellowship, consists of students of various religious backgrounds. It promotes better understanding and fellowship among the students on our campus. Beginning the school year with a banquet, USF progressed steadily. Special speakers and discussions were a phase of the group meetings. Group singing, movies and a hayride were some of the high lights of the year. To obtain their goal, USF members work together, sharing their experiences and happiness to the end of making others happy. An example of this was the Christmas party they held for the Salvation Army children. Then too, the society participates in the inter-religious basketball, bowling and softball tournaments. Raw 1- L Vt»ifch J Rasmussen, M. Vaughn, N. MacIntyre. M Feldmann, I. Ricmer. Row 2: Mr Dohrman, M rnrrwli.« J Case S Rusch, S. Wolfmeyer. B Buechcl, M Kastcm, J Congdon. Row 3: J. Krueger, D. L.s D Sr man. h' Harms. T. Wa.te, D Ellefsen. M HoversonWESLEY Members (hacking for announcement Wesley is a religious society composed of the Methodist students on the ca mpus wQrk Pan J pose is to provide Christian fellowship and promote a more vital relations p In September a Freshman Banquet was held and in December the group went Christmas ca oling Each spring they have a Flower Sunday in church. On this particular Sunday t e mem ers o Wesley take over a complete church service. Even during the summer they are not idle. They send several students to camp. The society meets every Wednesday and has a breakfast every Sunday morning. Row 1: K. Keller. B. Firary, L Bohn. B. Vance, C. Bauer, J. Rccd. J. Allen, A. Robert), W Manis. Row 2: M Bock, J. Russell, E Borian, J. Roothicaux, K. Hildahl. V. Lcoftink, S Stcrlinske, J Arnold Row 3- P Kolh ath. J. Johnson. L. Hawkins, M Wagner, M Reese J. Fast M. Radkc. J. Stannard, R. Heaps C Cobb Row 4-J. Watson, L. Holmes, J. Armstrong, J. Judd. K. Bast.an, R. W.lson, D. Kuehn, J Atwelf 0. SpauldingATHLETICSCAPTAIN TIEDEMANN QUARTERBACK ALL CONFERENCE LESKOVEC HALFBACK WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS W La Crosse 5 Eau Claire Stevens Point Plattcville 3 River Falls 3 Oshkosh 2 2 1 Superior 0 Whitewater 0 L T Pti. Opt. 0 1 121 61 2 0 93 67 2 0 103 53 1 1 84 52 2 0 87 53 2 2 40 54 2 1 75 64 3 1 74 92 5 0 12 120 5 0 38 117 Row 1:Gilligan. Mifev. H.ghfdod.s Stern. Stage"™" Larson. Loehmiyg, G Peterson. W.tson Row 2: Ziebell. Urban Valent.ne Schulr. Kresbach. Bruss. D Peterson Allison Row 3; W.op.ch, Kruse, T.cdemann. Kohn Kroll. Harke. Coyne. Brennan. Row 4: KolL W-narski. Leskovee. Doxtater. Steams. Knorr, L-ndgren. LubinskiEau Claire turned a bad punt into a scoring opportunity to shade Oshkosh 7-0 in the conference opener. The Bluegolds scored their touchdown in the first period when a bad punt gave them the ball on the Oshkosh 13 yard line. The Titans held for three plays but Gorsenger finally scored from the two for Eau Claire. On the PAT attempt a bad pass from center forced Darrell Snell to scoop up the ball and plough into the end zone. Statistically, the Titans were masters, leading in every department but scoring. While the Bluegolds played a running game, the Kolfmen picked up most of their yardage in the air. Russ Tiedemann and Erwin Winarski, quarterbacks, sparked a sharp passing attack for the Titans, with Jack Wippich and Bud Kohn doing most of the receiving. Marlin Doxtater, Clarence Lindgren, and Dick Sterns, halfbacks, exhibited some fine running to lead the ground attack. OSHKOSH 7 MILWAUKEE 7 The Titans, anxious for a win after a tough loss in their opening game, played host to Milwaukee for the first home game of the season. For the second time in as many games the Titans outgained their opponents, and also for the second time it was an errant punt that set up the opponents score. Milwaukee tallied first by virtue of a blocked punt on the Oshkosh 35 yard line. Jerry Stanzer completed a pass to end Lowell Littaritz for a 30 yard gain, and two plays later, fullback Tom Trier pushed over for the score. Guard, Leon Glo-wacki, kicked the PAT. The Titans quickly retaliated at this point. On the ensuing kickoff, Oshkosh returned to their own 40. On the first play, QB Russ Tiedemann passed to halfback John Leskovec, who pitched a long pass down field to end Bud Kohn. He made a juggling catch on the Gull 28, outstepped two defenders and went the distance for the score. Russ Tiedemann made the important conversion to tie the game. Later in the game, some fine running by John Leskovec put Oshkosh on the Gull's four yard line, but the Titans were unable to score. 109 Stageman, Kruse, Krvorr, Lubinjki, G. Peterson, D. Peterson, Doxtater, Valentine. (Top to bottom, I. to r.)WHITEWATER 6 Loehning. Stearns, Stern, Bruss. Schulx. MOey. Kolf. (Top to bottom. I. to r.) OSHKOSH 13 The Quakers of Whitewater hosted the Titans on October 2 in a muddy night battle and proved to be more hospitable than the two former foes. The Titans completely dominated play as they held the Quakers to a net yardage of 31 yards, only six of these on the ground, and failed to yield a single first down. Oshkosh took a 7-0 lead in the opening quarter when Tiedemann passed 15 yards to Wippich who made a fine catch on the three and stepped into the end zone. Tiedemann tacked on the extra point. Whitewater was handed its touchdown when they recovered a Titan fumble on the six. Wallace Wiese made the necessary yardage but the Quakers trailed 7-6 when the PAT attempt went awry. Oshkosh wrapped the game up when Leskovec intercepted Wiese's pass on the 32 and pranced his way to pay dirt. Tiedemann's PAT try was blocked and the score was 13-6, Oshkosh. In the third period, a 12 yard scoring jaunt by Leskovec was nullified by a penalty. OSHKOSH 14 RIVER FALLS 7 After their first conference victory against Whitewater, the Titans were not to be denied another when River Falls invaded the home field on October 9. Tiedemann connected on two long passes to Wippich for both Titan scores, while the defense held the Falcons to one marker for an upset victory. Tiedemann and Wippich surprised the Falcons as the Titans took a 7-0 lead in the second period. Wippich hauled in a perfect pitch on the 23 and danced his way down the side line for a 51 yard scoring play. The Falcons scored near the close of the third period when Joe Burgoync climaxed an 86 yard drive by punching over from about a foot out. Oshkosh held for three downs before yielding the tally. The PAT was good and the score was tied, 7-7. The fourth period was only two minutes old when the Titans scored the clinching score. Wippich made a circus catch of another Tiedemann aerial that covered 33 yards and produced the 14-7 upset. Tiedemann toed the PATOSHKOSH 6 PLATTEVILLE 6 The Titans hosted the Platteville Pioneers in the 29th annual homecoming battle on October 16th. Oshkosh tallied the first touchdown in the game as they drove 74 yards in 17 plays. This scoring march was headed by fullback Claude Taubel and halfback John Leskovec who were able to gain consistently. On Platteville's 43 yard line the attack was stopped and on fourth down Tiedemann stepped back to punt. However, he fooled the Pioneers by passing to Bud Kohn who snagged the ball and rumbled to the 21 yard line for a first down. On the next play Leskovec carried all the way to the 4 for another first down. Again the Pioneers held for three downs before Tiedemann sneaked over from inches out. Platteville scored in the last seven minutes on a 60 yard drive with Dick Zenz scoring from the 14 yard line. Racquet's kick was also wide. In the last minute of play Ralph Lubinski intercepted a Pioneer pass and dashed back 47 yards before being caught. On the next play, Zenz nabbed a Titan pass and, in turn, ran it back to the Oshkosh 27 before being stopped. The game ended shortly thereafter in a 6-6 tie. OSHKOSH 0 STEVENS POINT 21 The Titans played their final game of the year at Stevens Point where the latter made the finale an unhappy event. The Pointers scored the first two times they got the ball, and tacked on another in the final period. Oshkosh had more than its share of miseries in the game. Unable to move on the ground, they took to the air and attempted 27 passes, completed 6, and had 9 intercepted. The Pointers scored on drives of 53 and 85 yards and had the last score handed to them when Oshkosh fumbled on their own two yard line. Late in the game, Lyle Bruss connected with Bud Kohn on a 73 yard pass play, but the score was nullified by a penalty. TITAN SCORING STATISTICS TO PAT Ptv Wippich 3 18 Tiedemann 1 4 10 Leskovec 1 6 Kohn 1 6B4SKETB4LL WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS w L TP OP Plattevillc n 1 1073 879 Eau Claire 9 3 993 873 Milwaukee 9 3 953 875 River Falls 6 6 964 864 OSHKOSH 5 7 946 978 Stevens Point 5 7 800 881 La Crosse 5 7 897 935 Superior 5 7 827 821 Whitewater 3 9 762 865 L. to R.: Coach Kolf, Wiopich McIntyre Schulz. Vandcn Heuvel. Halverson. Spauldino, 8artz, Schaefer, Kohn Matchow, Butrvmowicz. Tiedeman, Kroll Mann Mgr CannonLeft to.right, top to bottom: Tiedemann, Manis, Spaulding, Wippich, Kohn. Schaefer, Kroll, McIntyre, Schulz, Bartz, Halverjon, Vandcn Heuvel, Malchow, Cannon, Manager. Oshkosh successfully opened the season in a home game against Carroll, as the hosts fast breaked to a 97-85 win. A one man show by the Pioneer's Steiger who scored 43 points, for a new individual record by opponents, was not enough, as Tiedemann, with 25 points, sparked the victory for OSC. The Fort Sheridan team invaded the home court and edged the locals 79-77 after trailing most of the way. Both teams suffered from a poor percentage from the free throw line. Dan Jindra led the Titan attack with 27 points. The Titans played host to Lawrence and snapped a 16 game losing streak to the Vikings with an 82-64 victory. Oshkosh raced to a 46-35 half-time lead, and spurted to a 61-40 advantage early in the second canto. Paced by Spaulding's rebounding and shooting, the Titans finished strong for the victory. The Titans took the road for their first conference game of the year and journeyed to a 103-89 defeat by a hot Platte-ville team. OSC matched the Pioneers in buckets as each team potted 30, but 43 free throws by Platteville was too much. The score was tied at 82, but a 21 point burst by Platteville iced the game. Jindra scored 23 points, 19 in the first half, before fouling out early in the second half. Stevens Point provided the first conference victory as the Titans beat them 77-67 on the home court. Oshkosh hit a torrid 50 percent on field goals, but failed to break the game open until they scored 12 straight points to start the second half. Tiedemann was high man with 24 points and Wippich added 18. Lawrence gained revenge on their home floor for a previous defeat by Oshkosh as they trimmed the Kolfmen 71-61. Although outscoring the Vikings from the floor, the latter gained 31 points on free throws to gain the win. Tiedemann was top producer with 23 The traveling jinx stayed with Oshkosh as they bowed to Milwaukee 84-78 for the third loss in as many road games. Spaulding and Tiedemann hit 27 and 20 points respectively, but the Gull's trio, Netzel, Krueger, and Stanzer retaliated with 20, 19, and 19. The Titans missed 10 free throws in the last three minutes, which was the margin of defeat 113The Titans snapped their brief losing streak with a 89-80 win over La Crosse. The victory was cinched in the second half, when Manis entered the game and scored 19 points on a .667 shooting display. The Titans had enough left the next night to dump Stout, 87-72, as they enjoyed a lar'ge lead all the way. Tiedemann sparked the victory with 25 points. The winning streak was continued against White-water, as the Quakers were dumped, 80-58. Tiedemann and Wippich scored 18 points each. Oshkosh shaded Carroll, 76-73, in a non-conference game, as Steiger was held to 15 points. The Titans led most of the way, and at one stage in the second half, enjoyed a 15 point lead. Wippich was high with 16 points. The Titans avenged an earlier loss to Platteville as they dumped them, 79-72, on the home court. OSC broke the deadlock by pouring in 8 points in the last three minutes. The game was marked by four technical fouls on the Platteville team. Stevens Point ended the Titan victory string at five, with a 90-74 lacing. Point hit 56% on field goals in the second half. Butrymowicz with 18 was high for Oshkosh. Oshkosh continued its northern swing absorbing a 95-69 loss from first place Eau Claire. Tiedemann and Butrymowicz scored 28 and 17 respectively. The fatal road trip was concluded with a 89-74 defeat at River Falls. The Falcons spurted to a 20 point lead at the half and the Titans were unable to catch up. Back on the home court, the Titans took their fourth straight loss, losing to Milwaukee, 84-69. Krueger scored 30 points for the Gulls and Spaulding 18 for Oshkosh. The Titans set a new team scoring record when they blasted Ripon, 108-76 The former mark was 103, scored against Milwaukee. The team hit the 100 point mark with three minutes left then poured it on to set the new record. Tiedemann scored 34 points to tie the individual record, and Spaulding and Butrymowicz added 19 and 15 in that order. The season was concluded with a tight 66-64 win over Whitewater. Tiedemann coined 31 points, and Spaulding added 17. These two Seniors, along with Manis and "Butro," ended their basketball careers at OSC. 114BROKEN RECORDS NEW OLD Total Point '53-'54 1.432 1.393 Avc. Per Game '53-'54 79.6 77.4 Fiold Goal '53-'54 524 481 Single Game Total '52-'53 108—Ripon 103—Mil TITAN SCORING '54-'55 FG FT TP Tiedeman 139 60 338 Spaulding 91 88 270 Butrymowicz 71 49 191 Wippich 67 36 170 Bartz 33 17 82 Manis 27 26 80 Kohn 18 41 77 Kroll 21 17 59 Vandcn Hcuvcl 4 1 9 Schaefer 2 5 9 Halverson 2 4 8 McIntyre 1 1 3 Schulz 1 0 2 Malchow 1 0 2 Others 47 37 131 COMPLETE SEASON RECORD OSH Nov. 30 97 Carroll 85 Dec. 3 77 Ft. Sher. 79 Dec 7 82 Lawrence 64 Dec. 8 84 Milwaukee 78 Dec. 11 89 Platteville 103 Dec. 15 87 Stout 72 Dec. 16 77 Stev. Pt 67 Dec. 23 76 Carroll 73 Jan. 5 61 Lawrence 71 Jan. 14 89 La Crosse 80 Jan. 23 80 Whitewater 58 Jan. 31 79 Platteville 72 Feb. 5 74 Stev. Pt. 90 Feb. II 69 Eau Claire 95 Feb. 12 74 River Falls 89 Feb. 19 69 Milwaukee 84 Feb. 22 108 Ripon 76 Feb 26 66 Whitewater 64Vet's 10:30 Club ended the intramural season unbeaten to take the championship. The only blemish on the record was a tie by the third place Big Shots. Behind the fine passing of Howard Maichen and a strong line, they swept through their opponents although only averaging nine points a game. The second place Jets and the third place Big Shots kept close on the heels of the champs throughout the season, and the championship was not decided until the last game of the season. Ryan Gove of the Jets displayed some excellent passing which enabled his team to lead in scoring with 108 points. They were beaten only by the 10:30 Club by virtue of an intercepted pass that was turned into a touchdown. Oddly enough, the third place Big Shots came even closer when they tied the champions 6-6 in their encounter to remain deadlocked for the crown. However, they were unable to cope with the passing of the Jets and lost to them 19-13 the next day, to give the Vets the championship.The Vet's 10:30 Club annexed its second intramural championship of the year when they copped the Volleyball trophy. This ended a four-year monopoly of the crown by lota's entry, the Big Shots. These two teams again battled down to the wire with the Big Shots grabbing the opening game of the playoff match, 7-15. The Vets snapped back to take the next two games 15 13 and 15-12 to become the new champs. The Vets had entered the finals by beating the House of "A" by scores of 9-15, 15-11, and 15 13, while the Big Shots easily disposed of the Altitude Cor-rectioners 15-8, 15-6. The Amboy Dukes captured the championship of the basketball league by winning the playoffs. The Dukes defeated the Eagles, 65-58, in the playoff between the divisional champions. The Dukes copped the American division title, while the Eagles led the National division field. Wayne Stern tallied 26 points to spark the Dukes' attack. Allen Harke was top scorer for the Eagles with 16, with Cliff Hinkens chipping in with 14. The Eagles held a 21-19 lead after the first period, but the Dukes led the rest of the half and 52-42 going into the final frame. Members of the championship team were given individual medals. Comprising the squad were Mgr. Ron Knorr, Wayne Stern, Bill Urban, Don Krebsbach, Dave Sutton, Sid Davidson, Jim Dodge, and Tom Brennan. Dick Spaulding and Bill Manis survived a crowded field in the Badminton tournament to emerge from the pack with the crown. They beat Ron Bedora and George Miley in the winners' bracket and trounced Bob Rahr and Jack Heinzl in the finals. The latter duo reached the finals in the losers' bracket. Cliff Hinkens won the free throw contest by sinking forty-three completions in fifty attempts. This was one more bucket than runner-up Ralph Bollom could manage Dick Spaulding captured the ping pong tournament as he beat the other finalist, Paul Moylan. This concluded the winter portion of the intramural activities. 117xyW It 1 The first WRA meeting was held in the fall for the purpose of electing officers and sportheads. The following were elected: Pres., J. Tisch; V.-Pres., J. Heuring; Sec.-Treas., K. Schuette; Sportheads—Basketball, R. Steckbauer; Volleyball, C. Bergen; Badminton, J. Mix; Table Tennis, R. Timmers; and Swimming, M. Johnson. All officiating was under the directorship of the advisors. Miss Jeanne Rehwinkel and Miss Helen Colby. The Phy. Ed. Minors also helped. The first tournament held was volleyball. All the sororities entered plus two independent teams. Scores in all the games were very close throughout the whole tourney but Lambda Chi, captained by J. Huering, won out in the championship game by defeating Alpha Chi, captained by N. Edminster, by a score of 40 to 24. Third place went to Phoenix, captained by C. Bergen. The next tourney on the calendar was basketball. Lambda Chi again won this by defeating Alethean in the championship game by a score of 29 to 28. This proved to be a very exciting game with a limited number of injuries. J. Coulahan captained Lambda Chi and Alethean was led by J. Cody. Swimming was held every Thursday nite at South Park with many girls participating. Badminton and table tennis were held in the spring with approximately 30 girls entered in the various events. 120 Advitor—H. ColbyVolleyball ActionSENIOR DIRECTORY AKIN, CAROLYN, 4-Yr. Pr.mary, Hortonville: Delta Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Custodian 3, Sec. 4. Inter-Frat. 1, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Band 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; CLS 1; Rad.o Club 2, 3; FT A 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Sec. 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 3; Girl Crazy 3; Advance 1, 2, 3; Quiver 2, 4; Who's Who; B.S. degree. ARMSTRONG, JOHN, Secondary; Majors; History, Geography, Oshkosh: FTA 4; Philakean 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Faith Council 4; Men's Asso. Board 3, 4; Radio Club 4; Stage Door, Girl Crazy, Rumpelstilskin, Hansel and Gretel; Track 4; Advance 1; Quiver 4; B.S. degree. ARNDT, LETHA, 3-Yr. Primary, Fredonia: Glee Club, I, 2; FTA I, 2, 3; USF 1. ASPLUND, ALICE, 4-Yrs. Kdg. Primary, Commonwealth: Phoenix 1, 2, 3, 4, Custodian 3, Sec. 3, Inter-Frat. 4; Glee Club 3; CLS 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; Advance 2; Quiver 2; B.S. degree. BAUMGARTNER, CAROL, 4-Yr. Intermediate, Oshkosh: FTA 4; Phoenix I, 2. 3, 4, Historian 3, Sec. 4. Inter-Frat 1, 2; Wesley. B.S. degree. BERGQUIST. LORRAINE, 4-Yr. Intermediate, Oshkosh: CLS 1; Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4,‘Treas. 3; Advance I; B.S. degree. BLAIR, JANET, 3-Yr. Primary, Black Creek: Phoenix I, 2, 3, Historian 2; Women's Association Board 2, Vice Pres. 2; Social Life Committee 3; FTA 3; Advance 2. BRADLEY, BETTY, Rural, Oshkosh: Alpha Chi 1, 2, Reporter 1, Program Chr, 3. BRANDT, CHARLEEN, 4-Yr. Kdg. Primary, Neenah: Lambda Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Treas 3; Inter-Frat. 2, 3, Treas. 3, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Women's Asso. Board 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; FTA 4; Advance I, 2, 3; Quiver 1, 4; Who's Who; B.S. degree. BROWN, BARBARA, 4-Yr. Kdg. Primary, Waupaca: Alethean I, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Frat, 2, 3, Pres. 4; WRA 3. 4; Women's Asso. Board; FTA 4; Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Chairman 4; Quiver 2; Girl Crazy; B.S. degree. BRUSS, LYLE, Secondary: Mapr; English, Minors; History, Phy. Ed., De Pcre: Beta Phi, Pres., Inter-Frat.; Football 2, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Track 2; Tennis 3, 4; "O" Club; Intramurals; Men's Asso. Board; Trans. University of Wis.; Jan. Graduate; B.S. degree. BUTRYMOWICZ. JOHN, Secondary; Major; 8iology, Minors; Eng., Geog., Two Rivers: Beta Phi I, Vice Pres. 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; "O" Club; Men's Asso. Board 1; Student Council; Homecoming Committee 4; Prom Court 3; Frost 8itc King 1; Newman 1, 2; Intramurals; B.S. degree. CANNON, JAMES, Liberal Arts: Major; Social Science, Birnamwood: lota Alpha Sigma 1,2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, 3; Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3; Basketball Mgr. 3, 4; Men's Asso. Board 4, Pres. 4; B.S. degree. CASE, JACQUELINE, 4-Yr. Kdg. Primary, West Bend: Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian; USF 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Faith Council; Glee Club; Who's Who; Kappa Delta Pi 3 4, Vice Pres. 4; B.S. degree. CASE, JUNE, Rural, Oakfidd: Alpha Chi 1, 2, Historian I. CAUDLE, MARCIA, 4-Yr. Kdg. Primary, Oshkosh: Phoenix 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; CLS 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas.; Radio Club; Summer School Graduate; B.S. degree. COBB, CHARLES, Liberal Arts: Major; Eng., History, Beaver Dam: "O" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Periclean 2, 3, 4; Social Life Committee 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 12 3 4. B.S. degree. DAGGETT MARILYN, Rural, Omro: Glee Club 1; Alpha Chi 1, 2. DANKE, SHERWYN, Liberal Arts: Major; Math., Minors; Biology, Chemistry, Omro: "O" Club 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Men's Association Board 3. B.S. degree. DAVIS, BETTY, 4-Yr. Kdg Primary, Green Bay: Newman 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, State Sec. 3; Lambda Chi 2. 3, 4, Inter-Frat. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club; Advance. Trans. University Extension, Green Bay. B.S. degree. DIECK, ARLYN, 4-Yr. Intermediate, Marion: Beta Phi 1; Intramurals 4; Veterans' Organization 1, 2, 3, 4; CLS 1, 3; Rifle Club 3, 4; Summer School Graduate. B.S. degree. DOEPKE, MARVEL, Secondary: Major; History, Minors; Eng., Library Sci., Montello: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Glee Club 1; CLS 1, 2; Advance 2, 3; Who's Who. B.S. degree. DOTTKE, CHARLOTTE, Secondary: Major; Biology, Minors; Eng., Phy. Ed., Oshkosh: Phoenix 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA; Summer School Graduate; B.S. degree. EVANS. VIRGINIA. 4-Yr. Primary. Oshkosh: Lambda Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Pres. 4, Vice Pres. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Historian 4; Wesley I, 2, Sec. 2; WRA 3; Student Council Sec.-Treas. 3; Social Life Committee 1; FTA 4; Campus Carnival Chairman 3; Homecoming Committee 2; Quiver 1, 2, 4; Advance 1, 3; Who's Who; B.S. degree. FUSS, NANCY, 3-Yr. Primary, Milwaukee: Trans. Mount Mary College, Milwaukee. GERRITS, LOIS, Rural, Neenah: Delta Phi 1, 2; Alpha Chi 1, 2, Vice Pres. 1, Pres. 2; Student Council 1; Newman I, 2; Women's Association Board 1. GERTSCH, ROBERT, Secondary: Majors; History, Social Science, Oshkosh: 8.S. degree. GILRAY, ROBERT, Secondary: Majors: Eng., History, Minor: Phy. E., Birnamwood: Veterans' Organization; Trans. Central State College, Stevens Point; B.S. degree. HAHN, VALERIA, 3-Yr. Intermediate, Cleveland: Trans. Normal School, Sheboygan; Summer School Graduate. HALEY, CAROL, 4-Yr. Primary, Oshkosh: Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, B.S. degree. HANNEMAN, HARLO, Secondary: Majors; History, Geography, Wau-toma; B.S. degree. HANSON, DONALD, Secondary: Majors; Eng., History, Cllntonville: Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; Veterans' Organization 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3 4; January Graduate; B.S. degree. HAWKINS, LOIS, 3-Yr. Primary, Birnamwood: Delta Phi I, 2. 3; Wesley 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3. HAYWARD, DIANE, Secondary: Major: Eng., Minors; History, Library Sci., Florence: Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Inter-Frat. 3; Newman 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2; Dance Band 1; Advance 1, 2, 3; 8.S. 1 2HIILERY, MILTON, Secondary: Major; History, Minors; English Speech, Waupun: Band 2. Transfer University of Wisconsin; B.S. degree. HINTZE, MILTON, Secondary: Majors; History, Social Studies, Oshkosh: Periclean; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Advance 2, 3; Intramurals I; B.S. degree. HOFFMAN, SHIRLEY. Rural. Eldorado: Alpha Chi 1. 2. HUEBNER, EDITH, 3-Ycar Primary, Brillion: Phoenix 2. 3; Wesley 1, 2, 3; FTA 3; Advance 2. JACOBY, ARDIS, 4-Year Kdg. Primary, Nccnah: Lambda Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 2, 3. 4; Advance 1; Wesley I, 2; Rumpelstilskin; B.S. degree. JACQUES, ALICE, Secondary: Major; Biology, Minors; Eng., Physical Education, Green Bay: FTA 2, 4, Lambda Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Custodian; New mar) 1, 2, 3, 4; Advance 2, 3; WRA 3. 4, Vice Pres.; Quiver 2, 3, 4; Girl Crazy, Rumpelstilskin, Hansel and Grctcl; B.S. degree JOHNSON, JUNE, 4-Year Kdg. Primary, Marinette: Kappa Gamma 2. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Wesley 2, 3, 4, State Representative 4; FTA 2. 3, 4; Advance 2; Who's Who. Transfer University Extension, Marinette; B.S. degree JOHNSON, MARY, 4-Year Intermediate, North Fond du Lac: Ale-thean; WRA; Newman. Transfer Wisconsin State College, La Crosse; Summer School Graduate; B.S. degree. KASTEIN, MARY, 4-Yr. Intermediate, Waupun: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4, President 4; Inter-Faith Council 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; 8and 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4. USF 1. 2, 3 4, Pres 4; B.S. degree. KLOSTER, VANCE, Liberal Arts: Majors; Physics. Mathematics, Bur-lington; Veterans' Organization 3, 4, Transfer Ripon College; January Graduate; B.S. degree. KNIGHT, NANCY, 4-Year Kdg Primary, Dalton: Phoenix 3, 4, Custodian 3. Treasurer 4; Band 1.2, 3, 4; Newman I, 2, 3, 4; FTA 3; Quiver 3. Summer School Graduate; B.S. degree. KOLB, MAGDALEN. 4-Year Primary. Oshkosh: Lambda Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Life Committee 3; Advance 1; B.S. degree. KOLLATH, MARGARET, 4-Year Elementary, Marinette: Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Critic 3, Historian 2, President 2, Inter-Fraternity 3; FTA 4; Wesley 1, 2, 3. 4; Advance 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 3; Quiver 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3. 4; B.S. degree. KOTTKE LEROY, Secondary: Major; Math.. Minors; Chemistry, Phy-sics, Oshkosh: Philakcan 2, 3, 4, Treas.; Advance I; Student Council I; Who's Who; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treas. 4; B.S. degree. KRALAPP, GLORIA, Rural, Oconto Falls: Phoenix I, 2; Choir 1, 2; LSA I. 2; Alpha Chi 1. 2. KRUEGER, RUBY, 3-Ycar Primary, Forest Junction: Phoenix 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Wesley 1, 2, 3; FTA 3; Advance 2. KRUSE, JEROME, Secondary: Major; Geography, Minors; History, Geology, Fond du Lac: lota Alpha Sigma 1 2, 3, 4; "O" Club Historian 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3; CLS 1, 2; B.S. degree. KUEHL, MARLYN, Secondary: Major; English. Minors; Speech, History. Oshkosh: Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Pres. 3, Critic, Historian; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Quiver 1, 2. 3; CLS 1, 2, Historian 2; Women's Association 8oard 2; Choir 4; Director of Hansel and Grctcl; Advance I, 2; B.S. degree. LANDGRAF, EDWARD, Secondary: Major; English, Minors; Speech Music, Appleton: Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Stage Manager 3, 4; Radio Club 2. 3, 4; Choir 1, 2. 3, 4; Band I, 2; Quiver I; B.S. degree. LANGE, ERVIN, Rural. Oshkosh. LENZ, DALE, Secondary: Major; Physics, Minors; Chemistry; Mathematics, Oshkosh: FTA I. Summer School Graduate; B.S. degree. LEROY, JOHN, Secondary: Majors; Science, History. Niagara: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; B.S. degree. MAICHEN, HOWARD, 4-Ycar Intermediate, Oshkosh: Periclean I, 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2; Veterans' Organization 4. January Graduate; B.S. degree. MANIS, WILLIAM, Liberal Arts: Maior; Social Science, Fond du Lac: lota, Inter-Fraternity President 4; "0“ Club; Men's Association Board; Social Life Committee; Advance; Track I; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S. degree. MARCHENKUSKI, BARBARA, 3-Year Intermediate. Berlin: Kappa Delta Pi 3; Lambda Chi 1, 2. 3; FTA 2. 3, Sec. 3; Newman 3, MATHIA, LOIS, 4-Year Primary, Ripon: Lambda Chi 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Glee Club 3; Newman 1, 2, Sec. I; 8and 1, 2; Rumpelstilskin; B.S. degree. MELLBERG, JAMES, Liberal Arts: Major; Chemistry, Minor; Mathematics, Menasha: ACS 3, 4; B.S. degree MILLER, RICHARD, Secondary: Majors; English, History, Oshkosh: Band 3; Philakean; Campus Forum 1; Cheerleader 2, 3; Girl Crazy, Rumpelstilskin, Hansel and Gretcl; B.S. degree. MISCHOCK, LA RON, Liberal Arts: Major; Chemistry, Tigcrton: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 2; Advance 1, 2, 3. 4; Quiver I, 2, 3, 4; B.S. degree. MITCHELL, THOMAS. 4-Year Intermediate, New London: Beta Phi 2, 3, 4, President 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3 4; Rifle Club 4; Newman 1; Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; B.S. degree. MIX, JEAN, Secondary: Major; English, Minors; Latin. French, Berlin: Lambda Chi I, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Advance 3, 4; WRA, Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who; B A. degree. MORRISSEY. ROBERT. Liberal Arts: Majors; History, English, Berlin: Men's Association Board 2; Newman 3, 4; Veterans Organization 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4. February Graduate; B.S. degree. NASS, DONALD, Liberal Arts: Major; English, Oshkosh: Transfer St. Gregory's College, Shawnee, Okla.; B.S. degree. NEMICK, MARY, 3-Year Primary, Fond du Lae: Radio Club 2; FTA 3; WRA 2; Advance 2; Glee Club 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Newman 2, 3; Girl Crazy. NESBITT, JAMES, Liberal Arts: Majors; History, Geography, Minor; English, Geology, Oshkosh: lota Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Inter-Fraternity 2; Men's Association Board 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Newman I, 2, 3; Advance 3. January Graduate; B.S. degree. NEVEU, DARWIN. Liberal Arts: Major; Chemistry, Minors; Mathematics, English, Green Bay: Campus Forum 3; CLS 2, 3; LSA 4. Transfer Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee. Summer School Graduate; B.S. degree. O'CONNOR, MARY, 4-Ycar Intermediate, Florence: Gamma Sigma 2, 3, Critic 3. President 2, 4, Inter-Fraternity 2; Newman I, 2, 4, Historian 1, Sec. 2; Inter-Faith 2; Radio Club 2; FTA 4; Advance 2, 3; Quiver 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; 8.S. degree. OETZEL, LEON, Liberal Arts: Major; Chemistry, Sheboygan: B.S. ,23 dCS'“PAHLOW, JOYCE. Secondary: Major; Biology, Minors; English. History, Oshkosh: FTA 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Newman I, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; B.S. degree. PASKE, ARTHUR, Secondary: Majors; History, Social Science, Sheboygan: Campus Forum 3; Radio Club 3; Quiver 3; Advance 3; FTA 4. Transfer University of Wisconsin; B.S. degree. PAWLITZKE, FAYE, 4-Year Primary, Two Rivers: Gamma Sigma 3, 4; Newman I, 4; FTA 3, 4; Quiver 1; Advance 1; Intramurals 4; B.S. degree. PETERSON, DONALD, Secondary: Major; History, Minors; English, Social Science, Marinette: Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; Campus Forum 2, 3; Phi Chi Mu 2; Radio Club 3, 4, Pres. 4. Transfer University of Wisconsin; B.S. degree PETERSON, NORMAN, Secondary: Majors; Geography, History, Minor, Geology, Waupaca: lota I. 2, 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity 1, 2, Pres. 2; Wesley I, 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Chairman 4; Intramurals I, 2. 3, 4; B.S. degree PICA, FRANK, Secondary: Major; Mathematics, Minors; Biology, Physical Education, Redgranite: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; FTA 4; B.S degree. POLCYN, DANIEL, Liberal Arts: Major; Chemistry, Minors; Physics, Mathematics, Montcllo: Phi Chi Mu I, 2, 3, Vice Pres, Sec.; ACS 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Forum 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Girl Crazy; Who's Who; B.S. degree. REIBLE, SUSAN, 4.Year Intermediate, Horicon: Gamma Sigma I, 2, 3. 4, Sec. 2. Treas. 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; CLS 1, 2. Sec. 1, 2; Glee Club I; FTA 4; Choir 2. 3, 4; Radio Club 2, 3; Student Council Sec.-Treas. 3; Advance 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 2; Quiver 2, 3, 4. Editor 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Chairman 2; Girl Crazy; Who's Who; B.S. degree. SCHATTSCHNEIDER, JANET, 4-Year Kdg Primary, Green Lake: USF 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3. 4; B.S. degree. SCHMITZ, FRANCIS, Liberal Arts; Majors; Chemistry, Physics, Minor; Mathematics. Johntburg: Phi Chi Mu 1, 2; ACS 4; Newman 1, 2, 4; Advance I; B.S. degree. SCHNELL, BETTY, 3-Year Primary, 8rillion: Wesley I, 2, 3; Advance 2; FTA 3; Glee Club 2. SCHULTZ, LORRAINE, 4-Year Kdg. Primary. Chilton: Kappa Gamma 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3; CLS 2. 3; LSA 4; Inter-Faith 4; FTA 2. 3, 4. Sec. 3, Historian 4, Custodian 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Glee Club 3. Transfer University of Wisconsin; B.S. degree. SEEHAWER, HENRIETTA, 4-Year Kdg. Primary, Appleton: Alcthcan 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Social Life Committee 2; Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; FTA; Women's Association 8oard; Advance 3; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; 6irl Crazy; Who's Who; B.S. degree. SPANBAUER, ROBERT, Secondary: Majors; Mathematics, Physics, Oshkosh: Pcriclean 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals. Summer School Graduate; 8.S. degree. SPAULDING, RICHARD, Secondary: Major; Chemistry, Minors; Biology, Physical Education, Waupun: lota I, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity, Pres., Sec.; Student Council I; Social Life Committee; Men's Association Board, Vice Pres. I; Wesley I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Golf 1,2, 3. 4; Track I, 2; "O" Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; B.S. degree. STERLINSKE, SHIRLEY, 4-Year Intermediate: Minor; Music, Ripon: Kappa Gamma 1. 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Wesley 1. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Who's Who; B.S. degree. STREHLOW, BETTY, 3-Year Primary, Pine River: Delta Phi, Inter-Fratcrnity; CLS; LSA, Glee Club I; FTA 1. 2. STROSHINE, SUZANN, Rural. Oshkosh: Alpha Chi 1. 2. Treasurer 1. Glee Club I; Phoenix 1, 2. SUMIDA, "BOB" HIDEO, Secondary: Majors; Social Scienco, History, Hilo, Hawaii: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; FTA. Transfer Southwestern Missouri State College; B.S. degree. TIEDEMANN, RUSSELL, Secondary: Major; Biology, Minors; History, Physical Education, Kimberly: Perielean; FTA; Band 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; "O" Club. Transfer University of Wisconsin; B.S. degree. TITZKOWSKI, DENNIS. Secondary: Majors; Mathematics, Geography, Minor; Geology, Oshkosh: Alpha Phi Omega Treas. 3. Sec. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Student Council 3; F.T.A. 4; Men's Association Board 3; Band I, 2, 3, 4; 8.S. degree. TOPP, DONNA MAE, 4-Year Primary, Clintonvillo: Alcthcan 1, 2, 3, 4; CLS I, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Advance 2, 3; FTA 4; B.S. degree VERDUIN, JUDITH, 4-Year Kdg. Primary. Prairie du Sac: Lambda Chi 2, Custodian 2; USF I, 2; FTA 4; Band I; Wesley 3; Choir 4; Advance 2; B.S. degree. VOLAND, DELORES, Primary, Kiel: Wesley. Transfer Manitowoc County Normal. February Graduate; B.S. degree WASSER, DONNA LEE, Secondary: Major; English, Minors; Speech, Music, Oshkosh: Alcthcan I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Treasurer 2, Inter-Frat. 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Radio Club President I; Choir 1,2, 3, 4, Girls' Trio 2, 3; Stage Door, Rumpelstiltskin, The Happiest Years, Hansel and Grctel; Who's Who; B.S. degree. WELLNITZ, JEAN, 3-Year Primary, Marquette: Glee Club I. WHALEN, JAMES, Secondary: Majors; Geography, Social Science. Fond du Lac; B.S degree. WISLINSKY, JOAN, Secondary: Major; Social Science, Minors; Eng-lish. History, Oshkosh: Kappa Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. President 3; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; WRA 3, 4; FTA 4; B.S. degree. WORDEN, MARY, Liberal Arts: Major; English, Minors; French, Latin, Oshkosh: Phoenix 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity 2, Reporter 4; Choir 1; Wesley 1; B.S. degree. ZELLMER, NANCY, 4-Year Kdg. Primary, Oshkosh: Advance 1, 2; USF 1,2, 3, 4; FTA 4; B.S degree. ZIESMER, RAY, Secondary: Major; Mathematics, Minors; Chemistry, Physics, Ripon. Transfer Ripon College; B.S. degree ZUERN, DAVID, Secondary: Major; English, Minors; History, Social Science, Mayvillo: lota 4; Campus Forum 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Girl Crazy; B.S. degree. 124Precour Construction Co. INCORPORATED We are proud to be building the new Oshkosh State College Physical Education and Health Building NORTH BOWEN STREET • OSHKOSH, WISCONSIN • TELEPHONE STANLEY 77 Our food is fair, Our boss is loud, So get in line And follow the crowd. She isn't good— She isn't bad. But what a Marvelous time We've had. 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Otto Photographer 110 Main St. Over Peacock Rlackhawk 5000Abbey, Edward C., Grove St., Fond du Lac—40 Abbs, Joan Carol, Wilson, Fond du Lac—38 Abraham, John R„ Western Ave.,Osh. Adams, Sally Ann, Box 684, Eagle River—-38, 71 Ahrens, Gene Vernon, Otter St., Osh. Ake, Lewis Edward, S. Dorchester, Chicago, III. —38 Akin. Carolyn Mae, Hortonville—22, 65. 80, 83, 85. 89 Albrecht, Phyllis, Oregon St., Osh. Allan, Jane Frances, R.R 1, Waupun—33, 88. 89, 105 Allen, Richard L., Markcsan—30, 74 Allison, James Edward, Wisconsin Avc., Osh.— 108 Anderson, Rulf, R.R. 3, Osh. Andrews, Paul Donald, Shiocton—42 Armstrong, John Wilsey, Ohio St., Osh.—22, 48, 76, 77, 95, 96. 97, 105 Arndt, Letha, Fredonia—22, 96 Arnold, Jean Lois, Reed St., Neenah—30, 96, 105 Asplund, Alice C., Florence—22, 38, 80 Asplund, Lawrence, 28th St., Two Rivers Atwell, James Edward, Ledgevicw, Fond du Lac —38, 105 Bahr, Douglas Gordon, Wisconsin Avc., Osh. Bahr, Marion Margaret, Forestville—33 Baker, Thomas Daniel, 15th St., Fond du Lac Barber, Robert Daniel, Frederick Avc., Osh. Bartclt, Joanne, Box 166, Cambria—33, 79, 87, 88. 89, 102 Bartcnstein, Glenn Ray, 17th St., Osh.—38 Barts, James Victor, 12th St., Clintonvillc—38 75. 112. 113 Basel, Patricia, R.R. 2, Omro—33 Bastian, Doris Mac, Pcshtigo—-38. 65 Bastian, Keith, R.R. I, Bullion—30, 68, 105 Bathke, Donald Gustav, Minnesota St., Osh. Battig, Elcanore Helen, Johnson St., Fond du Lac—38 Bauer, Carol Ann, University, Beaver Dam—33, 48, 73. 105 Baumgartner, Carol Mao, R.R. 5. Fairview Beach, Osh.—22. 78 Baxter, Bertram S„ Osceola St., Osh.—81. Beck, Catherine Ann, Evans St., Osh.—38, 59, 89. 103 Becker, Elsie Jean, Box 136R, Woodland—38, 101 Bedora, Ronald J., Pound—30 Behnke, Nancy Carroll, Oakland, Osh—38, 58 Bell, Mary Maurine, Wihdemcre. Osh Belongcr, David Edward, New York Ave., Osh. 38 Benesch, John Joseph, 21st St., Two Rivers Bennett, Thomas Ervin, Delaware St.. Osh—33 Bergen, Carol Ann, 2nd St., Fond du Lac—79 Berquist, Lorraine, Harney St., Osh.—22. 65 Beyer. Janet, Martin Rd., Fond du Lac—30, 66, 103 Bilicki, Beverly Josephine, North St., Waukesha —38, 103 Bisscr, Louise Eleanora, Elmwood Ave., Osh — 33. 79 Bittner, Bernice Ida, Richmond Ct., Wauwatosa Blair, Janet Louise, Black Creek—22, 78 Blanchette, Mary Louise, Winnebago, Osh. Blechl, James J., Georgia St., Osh.—30 Blohowiak, Janet Alice, R.R. 1, Kewaunee—38 Bloomer, Edward Francis, Brooklyn Hts., Chilton——38 Bock, Mary Ellen, Forest Ave., Fond du Lac— 38. 73. 87, 105 Boese, Raymond John, Vine St., Osh.—38. 77 Boettcher, Dennis R., New York Ave., Osh.— 33. 76 8ohn, Loretta Ann, Waukau—33, 73, 105 Bollom, Daniel Arthur, Grand Ave., Osh.—38 8ollom, Ralph W„ Grand Ave., Osh Bolwerk, Mary Jo, R.R. 4, Appleton—44 Bonnin, Robbin J., Oak St., Neenah—33 Borcson, Athlcan Petra, Sherry St., Neenah— 33. 71. 102 Borian, Elinor, Bluff, Racine—33, 73, 87, 105 Bork, Marlene, Fourth St., Beaver Dam—38, 67. 89 Bork, Thomas Lee, Ashland Ave., Osh.—38 Bourgeois, Melvin Anthony, R.R. 4, Luxemburg—45 8ougic, Jerome, William, Park Ave., Osh.—33 Bowen, Beverly Ann, R.R. 1, Omro Bradley, Betty Arlene, R.R. 3, Box 56, Osh.— 22. 61 Bradley, Louise Agnes, R.R. 3, Box 56. Osh.— 38. 61 Bradley, Ruth, Tigcrton—33, 73 Bramschrciber, Fern Violet, R.R. I, Little So-amico—38, 71, 102 Brandt, Charleen, Fifth St., Neenah—22, 72, 83. 85. 88. 89. 96 Braun, Gordon James, Monroe, Two Rivers Breit, Dorothy, R.R 2, Kcwaskum—33, 96, 103 Brennan, Donald Joseph, George St., DePere— 74, 108 Briggs, Gail, Waugoo St., Osh.—30, 71 Broehm, Barbara Lea, Box 7, Winneconne—38, 103 Brocniman, Ernest Karl, R.R. I, Burnett—38, 62, 63, 101 Brooks, Jane M., R.R I, Omro—33 Brown, Barbara Ann, Churchill St., Waupaca— 22. 58, 59 Brown, Norman Richard, P.O. Box 352, Brandon —38. 103 Brown, Walter Theodore, Ninth it., Osh. Brucscr, Leslie John, 18th St., Osh. Brunner, Anita, Sheboygan, Osh.—38 8russ, Lyle Robert, Rcbman, DePere—108, 110 Buechel, Bonnie Jean, Marie Ct., Sheboygan— 38. 72, 88, 89. 96. 104 Buechel, Eugene Alfred, Ledgevicw, Fond du Lac—45 Buchring, Gene Rufus, R.R. 3, Osh. Buettner, Leroy Roger, Bartelett St., Shawanc —42 Busse, Walter Ernst, Mt. Vernon, Osh. Butrymowics, John, 17th St., Two Rivers—22, 95. 112 Butts, Donald Everett, Summer. Appleton—38. 69, 104 Byrne, Jerry R., Reed. Green Bay—30. 69. 89, 102 Cahill, Thomas J., 8th St., Fond du Lac—34 Calder, Nathan Donald, Nassau, Menasha—30 Caldwell, Robert James, R.R. 1, Van Dyne Cameron, Mary Ann, Pine Beach, Marinette— 30. 58 Campbell, Duncan Robert, Jackson Or., Osh. Campbell, James Gregory, New York Ave., Osh —38 Cannon, James J„ Birmanwood—23, 68, 95, 112, 113 Carey, Suxanne, Wittenberg—34, 71 Carlson, Dianne, Ellis Ave.. Peshtigo—30, 65, 83 Carlson, Kay Lorraine, Box 271, Neenah—38 Case, Jacqueline Laurel, 4th Ave., West Bend —23. 70. 85, 104 Case. June, Box 146. Oakfield— 23, 61 Caudle, Marcia, Algoma Blvd., Osh—23, 38, 79 Cavil, Eugene, Foller Dr., Green Bay—30, 96 Ceman, Mark Fisher, Moore St., Berlin Challoner, Robert Ira, R.R. 1, Omro Chervcny, June Ann, R.R. 1, Kewaunee—38 Christensen, Robert, Broadway, Berlin Christenson, Ellen, Winnebago, Appleton—30, 58. 103 Christenson, John Donald, R.R. 1, Lake Rest, Osh —38, 77 Cismoski, Loren, R.R. I, Omro—45 Clark, Mar|orie, Ohio St., Osh.—30, 64 Cleland, Barbara Jean, P.O. Box 93, Rhinelander—38 Clemans, Leroy Earl, John St., Osh. Clemans, Ralph Bernard, Myrtle St., Osh. Cobb, Charles L., R.R. 1. Beaver Dam—23, 84, 105 Coffey, Shirley Mae, Box 12, Forestville—39 CoHin, Edward Donald, R.R 2, Two Rivers Congdon, John Luecke, Winnebago, Osh.—40, 63. 104 Conlee, Barbara Helen, Franklin Ave., Osh. Conlee, Violet Margaret Radtko, Monroe, Osh. —79 Cook, Dexter, Reed St., Osh. Corbett, Hugh M., Appleton St.. Appleton—42, 68. 102 Cornelius, Mary Jane, R.R. 2, Now London— 38, 59. 104 Cota, Judith A., Gillett—33, 59 Cottrell, Howard Woodruff, Pleasant Ave., Osh. Coulahan, Janice. Arlington, Fond du Lac—30, 73 Coulahan, Mary Emilie, Arlington, Fond du Lac —39. 73 Cox, Pearson Wayne, R.R. 2, New Wilmington, Pa Coyno, William J., Hickory, Fond du Lac—108 Crabtree, Thomas Rodger, R.R. 1, Adell Crain, Ralph W„ Division St., Fond du Lac Cramer, Joan, Pearl St., Osh—33, 65, 103 Crouse, Harold Dean, Pecor St., Oconto—30 Cruckson, Fred Arthur, R.R 1, Dalton—39 Cudahy, Bernard James, Linwood Avc.. Osh— 40. 98 Cumber, Joan C., Forestville—33, 67 Cutter, (Mrs.) Shirley Hipke, Park Ave.. New Holstein Daggett, Marilyn, R.R. 1, Omro Dakc, Donald, Otter St., Osh. Dal Santo, Nick, Pcmbinc—33 Daniels, George G„ Jefferson Avc., Osh. Danke, Sherwyn F., Omro—23 Davidson, Sidney Earl, 6th St., Osh. Davis, Betty, 13th Ave . Green Bay—23. 96. 103 Davit, Robert, Washington Blvd , Osh Dawson, Marion, 15th St., Fond du Lac DeCloux, Peter, Superior, Oconto—33 DeLap, Donald J„ P.O Box 444, Fond du Lac —39 Delveau, John Robert, Bowen St.. Osh —42 Dclwicke, Richard, Grand Avc., Osh. Dcmarals, Mollc, College Ave., Osh. Dewane, Robert, Maribcl—37 Dieck, Arlyn Franklin, Marion—23 Dilley, Gerald, 8th Place, Clintonvillc—30 Dilts, Mary Ann, Washington Blvd., Osh.—39 Ditsen, Eunice, Union Grove—33, 101 Dixon, Richard, Elkhart Lake Dodgo, James E., Franklin, Shawano—33, 75, 80 Doclker, Elisabeth, Cherry Ave , Osh. Docpke, Marvel, R.R 2. Montello—23, 83. 85 Dohrman, Diantha Rae, Elmwood Ave., Osh.— 39. 67, 104 Doll, Joan Marese, Oak St., Neenah—39. 67 Donlevy, Dorothy Mae, R.R. 2, Oconto—33 Dorfman, Rots Harvard, Wisconsin Ave., Osh — 38 Dorsey, Ivan Ray, Oregon St., Osh. Dottke, Charlotte Estclla, Merrill St., Osh.—23, 78, 79 Doughman, Karl Kenneth, Waugoo St., Osh Doxtater, Marlin C., 2nd St., Sturgeon Bay— 74, 84, 108. 109 Drahn, Barbara Kay, Union St., Osh.—33, 59 Drcifucrst, Paul, Cotton St., Fond du Lac Drown, Barbara Louise, Otter St.. Osh. Drover, Julius, R.R. 3, Berlin—44 Dunham, Dayle, Newberry, Ripon Dumke, William, Boyd, Osh.—-45 Dunn, Thomas, Markesan Dupies, Mary Ann, Florida, N. Fond du Lac— 39. 103 Dvorak, Helen Mae, Box 129, McFarland—33, 67, 87, 88. 89. 96. 103 Dyckhoff, William Connor, Jackson Dr., Osh. Dykstra, Franklin David, Mill St., Waupun Eatton, Larry Edward, Bay St., Osh. Ebcrtberger, Sylvester Mathew, Witzcl Ave., Osh.—44 Ebert, Doris Evelyn, R.R. 3, Markesan—39, 60, 101. Eckstein, (Mrs.) Theda Larson, Larsen—30, 64 Eder, Ben Charles, Birnamwood—30 Edminster, Nancy Jean, Western Ave., Osh.— 39. 61, 79 Eichingcr, Robert, Vine St., Osh.Eidcn. Richard Paul, Sunset Point, Osh.—39. 76, 103 Ellcfsen, Dcsncigc Renee, Green Bay St., Sha-wano—30, 71, 96, 104 Emmcl, Ruth C., Roosevelt. Appleton—33 Engerson, Sharon Faye, Spring St., Kaukauna— 30, 73. 80 Erickson, Roger I., Fairview Ave., Necnah—34, 69 Ermatingcr, Joseph J., Jackson Dr., Osh. Evans, (Mrs.) Virginia Garbc, 16th St., Osh.— 23, 72, 73, 83, 85, 89. 96 Evcrii, Robert R., 2nd St., Fond du Lac Falck, Judith Mildred. R.R. 2, Greenleaf—44 Faris, Thomas C., Chestnut St., Fond du Lac— 34 Farr, Richard Leo, 27th St., Manitowoc—45 Fast, Judith Rae, Pierce Ave., Marinette—39, 59, 105 Faucctt, Mary Ellen, Maple, Marinette Faust, Franklin Delano, Brothers, Kaukauna— 36, 74 Fcirn, Mary Louise, Scott St., Osh Feldman, Mary Helen, George St., Kaukauna— 39, 71. 87, 88, 89, 104 Fcro, Ruth, Mt. Vernon, Osh—30, 59, 94, 103 Feustel, David Earl, 4th St., Osh.—38 Fink, Mary Lou, Jackson Dr., Osh.—30, 59, 80 Fiarary, Elisabeth, R.R. I, Fall River—33, 72, 105 Firohammer, Marjorie Ann, Walnut, Horicon— 39. 71. 87 Flanagan, Nancy, Rush Lake Fletcher, Amy Em, Park, Osh.—39 Fliss, Nancy, Center, Milwaukee—23 Flock, June, Algoma Blvd., Osh—39, 88, 89, 102 Forrest, Diane Eileen, Superior, Appleton—59 Frailing, Gerald William, R.R. 1, Appleton Foster, Dorothy Pearl, Oakland Ave., Osh. Frazier, Roberta Jane, Wisconsin Ave., Osh,— 30. 72 Fredrick, Roamclle Fay, R.R. 3, Berlin—33 Freischmidt, Leon Herbert, Connell St., Fond du Lac—30. 76. 80 Fuentes, Saul, Milwaukee Furrer, Janice Marian, R.R. I, Box 7, Waukesha—30, 71, 96 Gafner, Ronald Arthur, 12th St., Osh. Games, Virgina Ruth, Mill St., Beaver Dam— 39, 67 Gaucrke, Marjorie Marion, N. Racine St., Appleton—33, 88 Gay (Mrs.) Jeanne Elaine, Jefferson Ave., Osh. Gchrke, Robert Emil, Park Ave., Osh.—39. 69 Gehrt, Edward Louis, Embarrass—45 Geitthardt, Ruby Alice, Box 334, Oakfield George, Rosemary Lucile, Elmwood Ave., Osh. —39, 73 Gcrcau, Clarence, R.R. 5, Box 25B, Osh. Gcrlat, David O., Elmwood Ave., Osh.—34 Gerrits, Lois Ann, R.R. 3, Necnah—24, 34, 60, 81, 94, 103 Gertsch, Robert C., Lincoln Ave., Osh. Getchius, Richard Elward, Redgranite—30 Gieryic, Michael Donald, Wisconsin, Port Wash-ington—39 Gilligan, Roland Frank, 21st St., Sheboygan— 39, 74. 108 Gilray, Robert Clarence, Birnamwood—24 Ginnow, Marilyn Joanne, Scott St., Osh. Giordana, James Michael, Algoma Blvd., Osh. —30 Glander, Andrew John, Mt. Vernon, Osh. Glander, James Colbath, Monroe, Osh. Glandt, Beverly June, R.R. 1, Kewaunee—39 Glavich, Judith Marie, R.R. 3, Beaver Dam— 39, 67, 103 Glodowski, Robert Jerome, Maple Ave , Beaver Dam Glunn, Lowell, Wautoma—30 Goehrs, (Mrs.) Marian, Merritt, Osh. Goggin, Nancie, Merritt, Osh.—34 Gomoll, Robert Herman, 21st St., Osh.—44 Gorr, Peter Michael, Jefferson Ave., Osh.—40, 77 Gove, Ryan Franklin, Randolph St., Randolph Grace, Alan Richard, Pine Beach, Marinette— 37 Graska, Shirley Ruth, New York Ave., Osh.—39 Gravcllc, Arthur Paul, Linchac Dr., West Bend —44 Green, Ronald John, Mt Vernon, Osh. Grcisch, Joy Ann, 3rd St., Appleton—39, 67, 87, 89. 103 Grcisch, Patricia, 19th St., Sheboygan—39, 88 Grcnkc, Margaret Helene, Division, Fond du Lac—39, 7' Grift, Marjorie A., Main St., Plymouth—34, 73, 97 Grose, James. Vine St., Osh. Gross, Donald Edward, Olcott, Fond du Lac— 34. 103 Groth, Ronald Fred, Shiocton Guenther, Frederick Myron, 8th St., Osh.—40 Haack, David, St. Paul Ave., N. Fond du Lac Haas, Paul, DcPcrc St., Mcnasha—30 Habcrkorn, Ruth, R.R. 1, Dalton—39 Hagcne, Thomas, 23rd St., Osh.—34, 54 Hahn, Valeria, R.R. 1, Cleveland Haidlingcr, William, Michigan, Osh. Haley, Carol, Broad St., Osh.—24, 66 Haley, John, Broad St., Osh. Halle, Janet, R.R. I, N Fond du Lac—35, 64, 87, 97 Halverson, Don, R.R. 1, lola—39, 112, 113 Halverson, Susan, 10th St., Sheboygan——39 Hanley, Janico, Birnamwood—66 Hanley, John, Birnamwood—39, 68 Hanncman, Harlo, Algoma Blvd., Osh.—24 Hanneman, Joanne, Wautoma—30, 65 Hansel, Elmer, R.R. 3, Wautoma Hansen, Donald, Main, Waupaca Hansen, Edmund, 3rd St., Appleton—40 Hansen, John, Monroe Ave., Osh. Hansen, Marjorie, R.R. 1, 8ox 205, Cecil—34 Hansen, Tom, S. Park, Osh. 34 Hanson, Donald, P.O. Box 113, Clintonville— 44 Hanson, Giles, 16th St., Manitowoc Harkc, Allen, Elm St., Kimberly—40, 75, ' 08, 111 Harmd, Norman, Webster, Berlin Harmon, Robert, Elmwood Ave., Osh.—24 Harms, Harriet, Washington St., Ripon—30, 79, 83 Harmsen, David, R.R. 2, Waupun—40, 63 Harnitz, William, Rush St., Osh.—30 Harrand, Carlton, 8th St., Osh. Harrand, Eugene, Regent. Osh.—45 Harriman, Nancy, Clark St., Appleton—30, 67, 83, 87, 96 Hartman, Ralph, High St., Osh. Hartzhcim, Janet, Sarah, Kaukauna—30, 59, 103 Hawkins, Lois, Birnamwood—24, 65, 96, 105 Hay, Dolores, Redgranite—34 Hay, Don, Redgranite—30 Hayward, Diane, Florence—24, 66, 87 Heaps, Robert, Chestnut, Pardceville—34. 105 Heideman, James, Polk St., Osh. Heim, Leroy, Box 91, Casco Hein, John, 4th St., Osh. Heinzen, Particia, 7th St., Sheboygan——40, 73, 87 Heinzl, John, Georgia St., Osh. Hcisler, Doris, 9th St., Osh. Helgren, Ronald, Florence Henning, Jerome, R.R. 1, Oakfield—34, 63 Hcnscl, Dorothy, R.R. 3. New London—39, 67 Hcrdina, Gregory, 10th St., Osh.—39 Hcrtwig, Ronald, Washington St., Oconto Falls Herzbcrg, Donald, R.R. 1, Wcyauwcga—39 Herzog, Ted, River View Dr., Manitowoc—40 Hcuring, Judy, Willow, Kimberly—34, 73, 120 Hickman, Chris, 46th St., Milwaukee—60 Hightdudis, George, 1st St., Mcnasha, 39, 74, 84. 97. 108 Hildahl, Karen, Main St., Niagara—33, 87, 105 Hillcry, Milton, Madison St., Waupun—24 Hinesh, Marie, R.R. 1, Kewaunee——40 Hinkcns, Clifford, 14th St., Osh. Hintermann, Eric, Seuher du Lycee, Pully-Lau-sanne, Switzerland Hintzc, Milton, High St., Osh.—24 Hinz, Duane, Van Dyne—39. 98 Hipke, Barbara, Park Ave., New Holstein Hitchcock, Kcrmit, Nevada St.. Osh.—35 Hitchcock, Paula, R.R. 5, Osh —39. 102 Hlavachck, Elizabeth, Rccdsvillc 40, 73, 81, 97. 103 Hocking, Hazel, Hall Ave., Marinette Hoffman, Dawn, Ontario St., Oconto—34, 71, 87. 88. 89. 103 Hoffman, James, 2nd St., Menasha Hoffman, Shirley, R.R. 1, Eldorado—24 Hoffman, Wayne, R.R. I, Fond du Lac—45 Hoffman, (Mrs.) Elaine, Arizona St., Osh.—42 Holland. Gerald, 15th St., Osh—30. 77 Holloran, Patrick, John St., Osh. Holman, William, R.R. I, Osh. Holmes, Lionel, Fond du Lac St., Ripon—97, 105 Holzcr, Philip, Washburn—39 Horn, Elaine, Forest Ave., Fond du Lac—30 Hornbcck, Ruth, Micolct, Mcnasha—34, 71, 88, 89. 96 Hoverson, Marlene, Hawthorne, Two Rivers—40 Hoy, Harvey, Minocqua Hubbard, Anna Gay, Grignon, Green Bay—34, 67 Huberty, Clement, Lena—39, 98 Huberty, Irvin, R.R. 1, Box 437, Fond du Lac—• 41, 75 Hubli, Edith, R.R. 5, Osh.—30 Hucbncr, Edith, R.R. 1, Brillion—24, 79 Hunter, Sharon, Segal St., Osh.—40 Hupkc, Mary, R.R. 2, Clintonville—30, 83, 87, 96 Hussey, John, Spencer, Appleton leks, Jane, 13th St., Fond du Lac Ising, Burt, Jackson Dr., Osh. Jackish, Philip, 14th St., Osh.—35 Jackman, Leon Randolph, East St., Two Rivers —37 Jacoby, Ardis, R.R. 2, Necnah—24, 72 Jacques, Alice, Gray St., Green Bay—25, 88. 89 Jagodinski, Carol, 19th St., Manitowoc—40, 63. 97, 103 Jansen, John, 14th St., Manitowoc—34 Jarosh, Theodore, Frederick Ave., Osh. Jensen, Antoinette Cecelia, Cherry, Osh. Jcrabek, Neil, 3rd St., Algoma—31, 77 Jezwinski, Jack Frank, Spring St., Berlin Jindra, Dan, 26th St., Manitowoc—34 Johns, Jesse, 8th St., Osh. Johnson, Dave, Brown, Waupun—40 Johnson, Elsie, Monroe Ave., Osh. Johnson, Gilbert, Cherry Ave., Osh.—31 Johnson, James Clifford, Cotton, Fond du Lac Johnson, June, Shore Drive, Marinette—25, 70, 83, 96. 105 Johnson, Lloyd, Preble St.. Green Bay Johnson, Mary Jane, Michigan Ave., N. Fond du Lac—25 Johnson, Nancy, Avon St., New London—40 Johnson, Neil, Plymouth Ave., Osh. Johnson, Shirlene, Superior, Oconto, 40, 67 Johnson, Willis Glenroy, Otter, Osh.—45 Johnston, Kenneth, Wisconsin Ave., Osh.—31, 48, 77 Jones, Nancy, R.R. 5, Fairview. Osh. Judd, John, Green Bay Ave., Oconto Falls—31. 77. 105 Kachclski, Theodore J., Rosendale, Beaver Dam Kaiser, William, Wallicks, 9th St., Fond du Lac Kaiser, Wyllis J., Sibley St., Fond du Lac—41 Kamuchey, Thelma J., 49th St., Milwaukee—40 Karnes, Robert C., Pershing Blvd., Kenosha-40, 69 Karow, John W.. R.R. 5, Box 696. Osh.— 2 Karst, Richard F., Mill St., Osh.—36. 76, 100 Kastcin, Mary E., Watertown St.. Waupun—25, 83, 104 Kastcn, Robert L., Gillett—31, 77 Kaufman, Peter T., Scott St., 0$h.—35 Keller, Kathleen E., Park, Beaver Dam—40, 79, 105 Kelley, Elmer J., 14th St.. Manitowoc Kelley, Margaret H„ Royalton—31, 66, 94Kcmpmgcr, Helen E., dth St., Osh. Kennedy, Mary N., R.R. 2, Antigo—34, 59. 61 Kenney, Thomas O., Island St., Kaukauna—42, 75 Kent, David Atwater, Isabella, Nccnah—44 Kilt . Edward E., 14th St.. Fond du Lac Kimball, Joanne M.. Grand Ave., Osh.—40 King, Herbert Floyd, Garfield Ave., Marinette —45 King, James W., Wautoma—41, 98 King, Maureen, Wautoma—35, 73 King, Robert Dennis, O'Shcridan St., Madison King, William R., O'Sheridan St., Madison—31, 98 Kinzei, Ralph C., Sherry St., Neenah—35, 75, 97 Kirby, James A., Center. 8rilhon—40 Kirehcr, John R., Boyd St., Osh.—42, 77 Kirst, Avis R., Box 485, Markesan—101, 1 1 1 Kisir, (Mrs.) Vanita, Franklin, Osh, Kissel, Jcrrel A., Harding Ave., Appleton-7-34 Kitz, Marion R., Irving St., Osh.—59 Kitzingcr, Delores H., Seymour St., Appleton— —40 Kitzman, George H„ R.R. 2. Box 33, Osh — 45. 77 Klein, Lois, Eldorado, Rosendale—33, 78 Klevcno, Conrad O., Dove St., Osh.—34 Klika, Judy A.. Chicago Sf„ Green Bay—40, 103 Klinger, Harold Edward, Main St., Osh.—37 Klimko, Robert, New York Ave., Osh.—34, 77, 81. 97, 103 Kloppmann, Donna H., Box 8., Crivitz—40, 59 Klostcr, Vance R., Union St.. Osh—25 Klumb, Naomi R„ R.R 3, West Bend—97 Knack, Joan, Marion—31, 65. 102 Knight, Charles A., Dalton—33, 103 Knight, Ellen Jane, Dalton—41, 79, 103 Knight, Nancy, Dalton—25. 79 Knoke, Marlene, Shiocton—35, 65 Knoll, Keith E.. Merritt St., Osh. Knoll. Wayne K.. Merritt St., Osh —31, 76 Knopc, Carole, Columbus St., Two Rivers—31, 66. 87, 88. 89 Knorr, Ronald, TayCO St., Menasha—31, 54, 74. 75. 84, 95. 108, 109 Knowles, Louise K., Escanaba Ave., Chicago, III.—41. 97, 103 Koch, Henry P„ 5th St.. Osh.—98 Koch, Lyle Edgar, Hawthorne, Two Rivers -44 Kocnigor, Dean John, Wyman, New London— 45 Kohn, Boyd W., Grove St., Waupun—49, 84, 108. 1 12, 113 Kolb, Magdalene M., Lincoln Ave., Osh.—25, 72, 96 Kollath, Margaret Thomas St., Marinette—25, 48, 65. 87. 105 Konrad, Gerald F„ Winnegabo St., Osh.—34, 76, 100 Konrad, Mary J., Waugoo St., Osh—40, 58, 88. 89. 103 Koplein, Barbara, Washington, Ripon—31, 65, 87 Korbish, Edward C., 9th St., Osh —40. 77 Kosmosky, Yvonne P., Court St., Chilton—34, 71, 87, 88. 89 Kostrewski, Ann, R.R. 1, Kewaunee—31 Kottke, Leroy V„ Western Ave., Osh.—25, 83, 85. 96 Koval, Bcrnadinc V., R.R e. New London—40, 66 Kowalski, Mary Ann, Box 143, Goodman—31, 96. 103 Kralapp, Gloria, Main St., Oconto Falls—25, 61, 79 Krause, Byron W., R.R. 1, Fox Lake—41 Krcbsbach, Don A., R.R. 2, New Holstein—31, 74. 82. 83. 84, 108 Krentz, Clayton Robert, Church St., Osh. Kroll, Don, Main St., New London—34, 74, 108. 112, 113 Krueger, Arvin H., R.R. 2. Cambria—34, 101 Krueger, Ewald C., 24th St., Two Rivers—40 Krueger, Gerald J., 12th St., Two Rivers—36, 104 Krueger, Paula M., 8th St.. Fond du Lac Krueger, Ruby C., Forest Junction—25, 78 Krumel, Wayne P., R.R 3. Manitowoc—34 Kruse, Jerome, 9th St., Fond du Lac—84, 108. 109 Kruse, Shirley, 9fh St., Fond du Lac—36. 71, 96 Kubcch, Wayne James, Dunbar Kuchcnbcrg, Charles D., Dennison St., Appleton Kueblcr, James H., Ohio St., Osh. Kuchl, Marlyn, Jefferson Ave., Osh—25, 83 Kuchnl, Kenneth K., R.R. 1, Hortonville—42 Kuchn, Richard, Markesan—41, 105 Kucnzl, John E., Bent Ave., Osh Kujanpaa, Robert W., Phelps—31 Kundo, Clarence N., 11th St.. Osh.—41, 77 Lakin, Edward, Main St., Fond dj Lac Lambert, Donna M., P.O. Box 67, Mishicot—41 Lambrccht, Avis E., R.R. 1, Dalton—41, 102 Landgraf, Edward S., McKinley, Appleton—26, 87, 97 Landgraf, John A., McKinley, Appleton—41, 62, 63 Lange, Ervin, Evans St., Osh.—26 La Point, Robert M., M nnesota St., Osh. Larsen, Maurice, Mt. Vernon, Osh. Larsen, Richard D., Maple St.. Waupaca—41, 98. 108 Larson, Dora A., R.R. 1, W. DePerc—41, 60. 102 Larson, Larry A., Pine St., Washburn—41 Larson, Robert G., 22nd St., Osh. Lautcnschlagcr, Thomas H., R.R. 4, Osh. Lawless, Margaret A., R.R I, Box 207, Fond du Lac—41. 67. 103 Laycock, Barbara P., Box 161, Slingcr—41, 50, 59 Lcaper, Henry E., Division, Green Bay Lciftink, Vallie M., Mountain—105 Leeman, Harry W., 7th St., Osh Leher, Barbara K., Clark Court. Osh.—41, 67 Lehman, Carol J., R.R. 2, Berlin—40, 103 Lehman, John D., 16th St., Kaukauna—42, 75 Leinweber, Byron, Maple. Osh —44 Lenz, Dale F„ 3rd St., Osh—26 Leonard, Mona J., Abrams—40 Leroy, John H„ Bowen St., Osh.—26 Leskovee, John J., R.R, 1, Crivitz—31, 75, 84, 108 Lewis, Virginia A., Bischoff, Fond du Lac—41 Lichtcnborg, (Mrs.) Ann, Main St., Osh. Lindgren, Clarence W., Oregon St., Osh.—41, 108 Lindsey, Lois J.. R.R. 2. Woncwoc—31 Lindstrum, Walton, Marinette Ave., Marinette —37 Liner, Joseph, Howard Ave., Fond du Lac—31, 68 Lippold, Kenneth C., 21st St., Osh.—31 Litkoy, Kay L., 4th St., Merrill—41, 67 Lochning, Donald, 2nd St., Menasha—34, 69, 84, 108. 109 Lubinski, Ralph, Gillctt—109 Ludwig, Richard E., Ida St., Osh. Ludwig, Sally, Phillip, Rhinelander—31 Luebke, Merton H., Summer St., Appleton-102 Lund, Paul F., Center Ave., Mt. Horcb MacDonald, Claire S., Parkway, Osh.—34 MacIntyre, Nancy R., Ledgovicw, Fond du Lac —33, 65. 94. 104 Madison, Audrey, R.R. 3, Box 289. Osh.-35,67 Maichen, Howard, Western Ave., Osh.—26 Malchcski, Barbara A., R.R. 2, Pulaski—35, 71 Malcheski, Mary, R.R. 2, Pulaski—31, 71. 88 Malchow, Richard D., Otter St., Osh.—41, 1 12, 113 Mancy, Thomas Joseph, 2nd St., Menasha Mangum, John H., Broad St., Osh. Manis, William, 11th St., Fond du Lac—26, 69. 80. 84. 105. 112. 113 Manolis, Dorthea, Lakest, Horicon—42, 89 Manske, Ralph W., New York Ave., Osh.—31, 76. 87, 97 Manthoi, Clarence J., Merritt, Osh.—40 Manthei, Vern W„ Merritt St., Osh. Marchenkuski, Barbara, Jefferson, Berlin—26 73, 83. 96, 103 Marschall, Donald W„ Rosendale—34, 35, 101 134 Marth, Elvira, R.R. 1, Jackson—35, 87, 88, 89. 96, 102 Marx, Melvin, Grove St., Osh.— 36, 68, 69, 82. 100 Mathia, Lois Ann, Watson St., Ripon—26, 72 Matravers, Mona M., Abrams—36, 49, 50, 79, 102 May, Betsy, Fond du Lac—31, 71, 80. 81, 86, 87, 103 McCanna, Arlene C. Ahnaip, Menasha McCanna, Walter F., Ahnaip, Menasha—36 McCormick, Donna Mac, Austin, Oak Park, III. McDonald, Thomas L., R.R. 4, Osh.—31 McIntyre, William F., 12th St., Clintonvillc— 42, 74, 112, 113 Meier, Arnold, Harrison St., N. Fond du Lac— —31 Meier, Herbert, Harrison St., N. Fond du Lac MeiscIwitz, Pat H., 6th St., Kiel—41 Mcistcr, Audrey Effic, Clinton, Clintonville— 41. 101 Mellbcrg, James R., 3rd St., Menasha—26 Menke, Dennis V., High St., Osh. Mertz, Ethel Mac, R.R. 2, Box 273, Waupaca —35. 70. 102 Mertz, Richard G., S. Park Ave., Osh.—98 Meshke, John Harlan, Division, New London— 45 Metz, Ronald Lee, Jefferson Ave., Osh.—41 Meyer, Agnes Mary, R.R. 2, Kiel—41, 87 Meyer, Bernard P., Caroline Meyer, Carol Jean, Forrest Ave., Osh.—41 Meyer, Dorothy A., 17th St., Osh. Meyer, Richard C., Union St., Osh.—69 Meyer, Thomas O., S. Park Avo., Osh.—41 Mietzel, Albert E., R.R. 4, Fond du Lac Milcy, George P., R.R. 2, Sheboygan Falls—84 108, 109 Miller, Barbara, Carver Lane, Menasha—33. 70 Miller, Carole, Grand Ave., Osh—36 Miller, Caryl R„ Spring, Beaver Dam—31. 65, 87, 96 Miller, Claude J„ Mayvillc—31, 75 Miller, Janet E., Cherry Ave., Osh—41, 87, 88 89, 101 Miller, Milo Dale, Iowa St., Osh. Miller, Richard, Algoma Blvd., Osh. 26 Miller, Ronald Joel, R.R. 4. Richland Center— 40 Miracle, Dale Neil, Algoma 8lvd., Osh.—40 Mischock, La Ron V., Elmwood Ave., Osh—26 88. 89 Mitchell, Thomas Clairo, Quincy. New Londor —26 Mix. Jean, State, Berlin—27, 73, 83, 85 Moldcnhaucr, Kenneth Henry, R.R I, Omro Moldcnhauer, William R., Franklin, Shawano- 41 Moll, Lorna Mac, Cedar Grove—31, 64, 65 102 Montonati, Glenn N., 8th, Menasha—98 Moore, Virginia, R.R. 4. Box 73, Osh.—31, 59 83. 86 Morrissey, Robert M., Scott St., Osh.—27 Morrissey, Thomas M., Scott St., Osh. Mossberg, Charles W., Rosendale—41 Mower, Robert P., Randolph, Burlington—40 Moylan, Paul Ray, Algoma 8lvd., Osh.—40 Mueller, JoAnn M., 16th St., Osh.—33 Mueller, Marianne, R.R 2, Box 40A, Osh.—58 Mueller, Ralph Irwin, Glendale, Appleton Murphy, Calvin Jason, 8th, Longview. Texas Murphy, Joan, Arlington PI., Osh.—31 Murphy, John W., Church, Osh—37. 78 Murphy, Raymond J„ Porlier, Green Bay Murray, Tom E., Bank, Fond du Lac—31 Narance, Joan Ann, Bischoff St., Fond du Lac —35. 96, 103 Narance, John W., Bischoff St., Fond du Lac— 35. 81, 103 Nass, Donald R., Main St., Osh. Nebcl, Gail H., Tayco St., Menasha—41 Nchls, Don Arthur, Forrest Ave., Fond du Lac —31 Nchring, Ellery, Markesan Nchring, Sally Ann, Michigan St., Osh,—41 Nelson, Clair J., Cook St., New London Nelson, Esther, BeaverNelson, LcRoy, Ellison Bay Nelson, Phyllis Mac, Mt. Vernon St., Osh Ncmick, Mary Jane, 4th, Fond du Lac—27 Nesbitt, James, Algoma Blvd., Osh.—27, 68 Nett, Lois Ann, Fond du Lac—41, 88, 89, 103 Neuman, Carol Ann, Park Ave. Beaver Dam— 41, 73, 103 Ncvcu, Darwin D., Bond. Green Bay Newton, Robert Earl, Summit St., Appleton— 4] Nickel, Joyce Y., 18th St., Osh. Nielsen, Joyce M., Main St., Osh.—42 Nigbor, Charles H., Washington St., Bcrling Nollan, Allen T., Grove, Nccnah Nordman, William, Redfin Court, Manitowoc Norman, Phyllis J., Mission Rd., Green Bay— 31, 79. 87. 88. 89. 96. 102 O'Brien, Thomas, 7th St., Fond du Lac O'Connell, Margaret, R.R. 2, New London—33 79 O'Connor, Mary Jane, Florence—27, 66, 88 89, 103 Octxcl, Leon I., 10th St.. Sheboygan—27 Ohswaldt, Frederick R., Main. Oconto Falls—42 Olm, Flora Ann, 10th St., Manitowoc—35, 87 Olson, Kaye Arlene, R.R. 3, Sturgeon Bay—42. 67, 102 Olson, Mona, R.R. 3, Sturgeon Bay—35, 67 Olson, Reta Mae, 3rd, Sturgeon Bay Orlowski, Donald Ralph, 8th St.. Milwaukee— 31 Ort, Grace, R.R. 2, Black Creek—35. 64 Ory, Betty, Pelican Lake—31 Ostcrtag, Raymond M., 6th St., Osh.—42 Ouincttc, George M., Main St., Osh.—41 Pahlow, Joyce, Punkoqua, Osh.—27 Paiser, Carol Jean, Gresham—67, 101 Palmer, Keith, 9th, Fond du Lac Parey, Donald Leon, 10th St., Sheboygan—31, 101 Parfitt, (Mrs.) Ruth L., Ahnaip, Mcnasha Parker, Shirley Ann, Van St., Nccnah—102 Paske, Arthur, Martin Ave., Sheboygan—27, 96 Patchett, Eleanor, R.R. 1, Markesan—31, 96 Paulick, Daniel Alois, 7th St., Osh. Pawlitxke, Faye, Tannery Rd., Two Rivers— 27, 66 Paxen, Dick Norman, Forest Ave., Osh. Peirce, Bernadette G., Oakland Ave., Osh. Penkoske, Carol, Superior, Oconto Penxcnstadlcr, Roger W., Scott St., Osh.—44, 77 Penxcnstadlcr, Rudolph, 8th Ave., Osh. Perdue, James, R.R. 2, Osh. Perkins, Aimer Grant, Parkway, Osh.—42, 100 Perreten, Norman Larry, Bogart St., Beaver Dam Perrodin, Lee Francis, 12th St., Manitowoc—31 Pcrschbacher, John, Cedar. Appleton Persha, Mary, R.R. 1, Horicon—67 Pesch, Jo Ann Ruth, Grand Ave.. Osh.—42 Petcoff, Naomie D., Seymour—35 Peters, Robert Joseph, Omro Petersen, Jo Ann, School PI., Green Bay—31, 73. 88, 89. 102 Peterson, Delbert, Box 63, Omro Peterson, Donald E., Burdick St., Osh.—35, 108, 109 Peterson, Donald F., Jefferson Ave., Osh.—45 Peterson, Donald W., Rt. 1, Marinette—63, 97, 108, 109 Peterson, Gordon C„ Main St., Waupaca Peterson, Harold R., Northwestern Ave., Osh. Peterson, Kay Helen, 1st St., Randolph—42 Peterson, Norman, Mam St., Waupaca—27 Peterson, Rendal H., R.R. 2, Omro—35 Pfund, Carol Ann, Lindbergh, Appleton—59 Pica, Frank Donald, Rcdgranite—27 Pingry, Chester A., R.R. 2, Omro Pitx, Bernard, Church St., Osh.—45, 77 Plotx, Beverly, 16th St., Osh.—72, 83 Plots Dolores L., 16th St., Osh.—42, 73 Pocschl, Audrey T., 9th St., Osh. Poeschl, Lois, 9th St., Osh. Pohl, Marian, Omro Poklasny, Joe Aloys, Ohio St., Osh. Polcyn, Daniel $., Montcllo—27, 85 Pollard, Doris, East St., Clinton—35, 65 Pollnow, Daniel, 14th St., Osh. Pomplun, William, R.R. 3, Wautoma Prausa, Clcone Rac, R.R. 1, Oconto Falls—43 Prill, Nancy, Manawa—32, 67 Propton, Gail, 15th St., Osh. Prout, Barbara, Oak St., Osh. Pugh, Mary Ann, Hustisford Dr., Juneau—32. 58. 87, 88. 89, 103 Purcell, James M., Wisconsin Ave., N. Fond du Lac—41, 69 Quallcy, Thomas, Oak St., Osh. Quastcnbcrg, Nancy Carol, 19th St., Milwaukee Quinn, John, Hortonvillc—32 Raab, Joseph A., Tenth St., Osh.—35 Race, (Mrs.) Mary, R.R. 2, Omro Radkc, Mary J., Box 96. Cambria—32, 78. 80, 105 Radkc, William Paul, School St., Osh Radtke, Carl Lee, P.O.. Box 4. Elcho Rahr, Robert C., Rahr Avo., Osh. Raislcr, Ardis Joy, Forest Ave., Nccnah—-43, 61, 78. 102 Raislcr, Mae, R.R. 1, Bear Creek—35, 71, 89 Ramm, Alccta, 12th St., Sheboygan—35, 64, 87, 96 101 Randall, Eleanor May, Lincoln Ave., Osh.—43, 59 Rasmussen, Joanne Ruth, Irving St., Osh.—36, 71, 104 Raymond. Edythc E., Winnebago Dr., Fond du Lac—36. 87, 97 Read, Joan T., R.R. 3, Sheboygan Falls—34, 67. 87, 105 Rcdeker, Joyce M., Brandon—35, 59 Reehl, Charles, Box 493, Omro—45 Reese, Mary Lou, Oakwood St., Green Bay— 43. 71. 87, 105 Rciblc, Marilyn Jean, Hubbard St., Horicon— 43, 89 Reible, Susan Ann, Hubbard St., Horicon—28, 66, 83, 85. 88. 96 Rcichardt, Priscilla Irene, R.R. I, Brillion—43, 79 Rcimcrs, Janet, Washington, Osh. Rcinert, Marilcc, 10th St., Manitowoc—32, 59. 87. 103 Rcshcskc, Jean, Walnut St., Osh.—70, 88 Rctxor, Nancy Ann, Montgomery, Port Washington—35, 65, 87 Re Voyr, Jack Ronald, Cedar St., Marshfield— t35 Rhein, Denise E., Washington, Two Rivers—70, 83, 96. 103 Rhyner, Judith Ellen, Eveline St.. Osh.—34 Richter, Eric O., Oakwood St., Green Bay Riemer, Lois Joan, Emeral St., Watertown—35, 104 Robeck, William Elmer, Elmwood, Osh. Roberts, Ardyth Mary, R.R. 3, Nccnah—43, 105 Roberts, Marceline A., R.R. 1, Fond du Lac— 32, 66, 83, 87, 96 Rodcncal, Myrita, R.R. 3, Berlin—32, 65, 96, 101 Rocbcr, Richard W., R.R. 1, Eldorado— 3 Rocvcr, John, Taychccdah—45 Roloff, Carol Mae, Blackwell St., Kaukaun —42 Ropella, Greg, Polonia, Mcnasha—35 Roscoe, Lois Ann, 13th Ave., Menominee, Mich. —43. 67 Rothe, Richard, Western Ave., Osh. Routhieaux, Joan Marie, Chicago St., Green Bay — 105 Rumbac, John Frank, Wisconsin Ave., N. Fond du Lac—43, 98 Rumlow, Albert Marvin, Jefferson Ave., Osh.— 42 Runkel, Alan Edward, Spring, Port Washington —43 Rusch, Dale Robert, Box 65, Caroline Rusch, David, Tayco St., Mcnasha—35, 75, 103, 111 Rusch, Shirley Ann, R.R. 4, Chilton—43, 61, 79, 104 Russell, Jean M., R.R. 1, Roscndale—42, 73, 87, 105 Ruthmansdorfer, Patricia, 17th St., Two Rivers —32, 58, 83, 96, 103 Rutx, Lavernc $., Navarino, Algoma—35 Safford, Emory E., Lamport PI., Osh.—35, 76, 100 Salm, Rosemary Edna, R.R. 3, Nccnah—34, 71, 89 Samuclson, George E., Jackson Dr., Osh Sanders, Sandra Rose, Division. Osh.—43 Sanford, Patricia M., Sheldon 43, 89 Schaefer, Donald, R.R. 1. Oakfield Schaefer, Fredrick, N. Park, Fond du Lac—43, 112, 113 Schaefer, Patricia M., Sheldon Schafer, David, Parkway, Osh. Schattschneider, Janet, Green Lake—28 Schcucrman, Conrad A., Waugoo, Osh.—42 Schinkc, Jeanette M., McKinley, Appleton—32, 67, 87. 96. 103 Schlichting, Gabrial K., Main St., Osh—42 Schmandt, Louis H., R.R 2. New London—43 Schmidt, Barbara May, R.R. 4, Box 394, Osh. Schmidt, Dorothy Mac, R.R. 1, Berlin—43, 60. 102 Schmidt, Lou Ann, Indiana, N. Fond du Lac— 36. 64. 97 Schmidt, Rcinhard Otto, Union. Osh—43 Schmitx, Francis L., Malone—28 Schmitx, Robert A., Fulton, Osh.—42 Schmudc, Keith O., R.R 1. Omro—98 Schnell, Betty Jane, Main St., Brillion Schocning, Dennis, Pearl, New London Schraa, Gerald John, 17th St., Osh.—34 Schrank, C., Thomas, Roscndale Schock, Richard Charles, Ruch, Osh.—44 Schomisch, James Joseph, Algoma Blvd., Osh. —77 Schoss, Cynthia Ann, Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac Schrank, C. Thomas, Roscndale Schrocdcr, Elaine Mary, R.R. 1, Pulaski—32, 66. 67, 83, 88. 89, 96, 103 Schrocdcr, Francis J., S. Park, Osh.—32 Schrocder, Kenneth A., Wisconsin Ave., Apple-ton Schuette, Kathleen E., Redgranitc—32, 65, 83, 87. 96. 101, 120 Schuh, Delmar A., Walnut, Kimberly Schultx, Gordon D.. Main St., Wautoma—43 Schultx, Lorraine, Court St., Chilton—28, 71, 83. 96. 102 Schulx, Bruce, Hortonville—35, 74, 85, 108, 109, 112, 113 Schuster, Margaret, R.R. 2, Berlin—35, 67, 87, 103 Schwcnck, Elisabeth, Wisconsin, Berlin Scott, Dan B., Ohio, Osh.—36 Seehawer, Henrietta, Jefferson, Appleton—28, 59. 83, 85 Scibold, Carol. Lake St., Osh —32 Sensiba, Gordon William, Maple, Green Bay Serwas, Joseph E., Ohio St., Osh. Shane, Audrey Jean, Ncwhall St., Waukesha— 43. 72, 101 Sharer, Donn George, 14th Ave., Menominee, Mich. Shepard, Don Howard, Maple, Beaver Dam—45 Shcpro, Joanne Marie, Ellis St., Fond du Lac— 43, 103 Sherman, Donna Mae, Paulk St., N. Fond du Lac—40 Shubcrt, Thomas C., Eagle. Osh.—36 Siegel, Nancy Barbara, Williams, Kimberly—44, 61 Silverthorn, Merlin Edward, R.R. 1, Omro Sippcl, Lloyd F., R.R. 1, Box 399, Fond du Lac—36 Sitter, Jerry J., Jackson Dr., Osh. Sitxbergcr, Harry Oscar, Prospect, Osh.—37 Sixer, Rita S., R.R. 4, Wcyawcga Sloey, William, Morris, Fond du Lac—32 Slufnik, Felicia, Christine. Box 108, Crivitz— 44, 103 Smick, Robert E., Kentucky St., Osh.—36 Smith, E. James, Waugoo St., Osh. Smith, Spencer, 8., Algoma Blvd., Osh.—32 Smyth, Bonnie R., Evans St., Osh.—36 Sobieski, Doris. Berlin—35, 87 6ommerfcld, John F., 12th St., Fond du Lac 133Sommers, James K., Bath St., Hortonvillc—36, 74 Sorenson, Dale Peter, Box 45, Auroraville Sorenson, Wayne Peter, Mt. Vernon, Osh. Sosinski, Leslie Grant, Elmwood, Osh. Sowts, Richard Eugene, Church St., Osh.—42 Sowls, Robert William, Church St., Osh. Spanbauer, Robert N„ Knapp St., Osh.—28 Spaulding, Richard R., Drummond, Waupun— 28. 69. 80. 84, 105, 112, 113 Splittgerber, Betty Ann. Vine St , Osh. Stabenow, Georgians, Lopas, Mcnasha—43 Stage, Myla Jo, 12th St.. Speedway—43 Stageman, Wayno W„ Oakfield—35, 36, 84, 101, 108. 109 Stahmer, (Mrs.) Elisabeth, Nebraska, Osh. Stammer, Nancy Lou, R R 1, Shiocton Stannard, John W„ Greenbush—36, 105 Stark, Verna Alma, Oshkosh St., Ripon—66 Starke, Nancy Ellen, Taft St., Kaukauna—33, 73. 87. 94 Stauffer, Sally. Vine St., Osh —36, 88. 89. 94 Stauts, Richard J., Prospect Ave., Osh.—42 Stearns, Richard C., 6th St., Osh.—32, 108, 109 Stearns, Ronald J., 14th St., Osh.—43 Steckbauer, Rita, Leonard's Point, Osh.—32, 59, 82, 103 Stcedc, William D„ Shiocton—43 Stein, Madonna A., 11th St., Osh.—33 Steinbach, David Paul, R R 1, Box 84, Clinton ville—42, 75 Stcinbrechcr, Gerald R., Howard, Green Bay Steinbring, John H., Liberty St.. Ripon Steiner, Saralea, Wolcott St., West Bend—32, 79. 87. 96 Steinert, Kenley C„ llth St., Osh.—35, 76 Stepp, (Mrs.) Mildred, Murdock, Osh. Sterlinske, Shirley, Fond du Lac St., Ripon—28, 70. 83, 85 „ Stern, Wayne, 16th St., Clintonville—32, 75. 108, 109 Stickley, Rothwcll, Charles, Algoma, Osh. Stockinger, John J., 6th St., Osh.—43, 77 Stolper, Lois Vema, R.R. 1, Random Lake—32. 65 Stone, Elisabeth D., Algoma Blvd., Osh.—36, 67 Stone, George Leach, Water. Mosinee Strehlow, Betty Jane, R.R 1. Pine River—28. 96. 102 Stroshine. Susann, R R 4. Osh —28. 60. 79 Subat, Robert R., R.R. 2, Sheboygan Falls— 36. 75, 84 Sumida, Hideo, Noio, Hilo, Hawaii, T. H.— 28 83 96 Sutton, David A.. Fond du Lac Ave.. Milwaukee—32. 75, 81. 84 Swanson, Nancy Mae. Spence, Green Bay— 3, 87, 103 Swants, Richard Arthur, Johnson, Fond du Lac —45 Sweet, Clifford F., Bowen St., Osh Swienty, Barbara Joan, R.R. 1, Oneida—43 Swisher, Jacquelyn Rae, Mill St., Waupun Taggcrt, Wanda Ann, Manawa—43, 64, 103 Tallicr, William John, Wabervo—43 Tanguay, Donald, Neenah—44 Taubcl, Claude Elmer, P.O. Box 68. Elkhart Lake—42, 84. 1II Ter Horst, Courtney, Winnebago—43 Terry, Dorothy Mae, Oregon St., Osh. Tesch, Edward Arthur, Oregon St., Osh Teach, Jone Adele, Riverway, Menasha—44 Tews, Leonard L., Rush Lake—32 Them, Richard Chester, R.R 3, Box 35A, Madison Theyerl, Donald Roy, Merrill, Fond du Lac Thoman, Paul Christy, Municipal Sq., Green-dale—36 Tiedemann, Rust, Wright St., Osh.—28, 84, 108, 112, 113 Timm, Terrence L., Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac—36, 97 Timmerman, Annette, Jane, R.R. 2, Box 400, Osh —36, 79. 94 Timmers, Romayne Marie, Willow, Kimberly— 36, 72. 103 Tipler, Shirley Mae, Washington, Neenah—32, 66, 88 Tiach, Joan Mac, Market St., Oconto Falls—36. 70. 120 Tisler, William Andrew, 18th St., Manitowoc— 36 Titskowski, Dennis, Cedar St., Osh.—29, 83, 95. 96, 100 Toland, James M., 16th St., Osh. Topp, Donna M., Main St., Clintonvillo—29, 59 Tracy, Walter Monroe, Cascade Trclevcn, Kent Harvey, P.O. Box 224, Omro— 36 Treutel, John Louis, Franklin, Shawano Troudt, Donald Eugene, 7th Ave., Osh. Tullcdgc, Clinton D., Powers Ave., Osh.—36 Tullcdge, Richard Allan, 15th St., Fond du Lac —44 Tully, Aundra Ann, Fluor Ct., Osh.—44, 58 Turan, Marion Ann, Elmore, Green Bay—43, 71, 103 Tycrs, Barbara K., Washington Blvd., Osh. Urban, William, Wyman St., New London—36 75, 108, 11 1 Utic, Helen Mary, Dale St., Osh Valentine, Harold Gilbert, R.R 3, Luxemburg —36, 75. 84. 108. 109 Vance, Rebecca M., Kinzie, Racine—32. 72, 81. 87. 105 Vandcn Boogaard, Eugene, R.R. 4, Appleton— 32 Vanden Heuvcl, Eugene, Kimberly, Kimberly— 32. 74. 112, 113 Van Derhei, Jack L., Oak St., Osh Vandc Zandc, Harold, Franklin St.. Waupun— 36 Van Do melon, Edith Jane, Clark St., Appleton Van Straten, Russell, Shiocton—43 Van Vreede, Thomas Leo, Franklin, Appleton— 42 Vaughn, Mary Lou, R.R. 2. Almond—44, 104 Veitch, Lynette L, R.R. 1, Seymour—36, 104 Veith, Robert, Dove St., Osh Verdette, Jack A., Elmore St., Green Bay—36 Verduin, Judy, Park Ave,, Prairie du Sac—29, 73. 88. 89 Vincy, Thomas R., Carney Blvd.. Marinette Vogel, Shirley Edna, St. Nazianz—32, 70, 80 Voight, Bernard, Elcho Voland, Delores E.. R.R. 2, Kiel—29 Wachhols, Marvin G., Doty St., Osh—32 Wachtcr, Frederick. Hillcrest Ct., Sheboygan Falls—36 Wagner, Marguerite, Arndt St., Fond du Lac— 44. 73. 87, 105 Waite, Treasure Ann, R.R 2, Clintonville—33, 104 Wall. John P„ Grove St„ Osh —37 Walsdorf, Catherine, R.R. 1, New Holstein— 32. 50. 73. 87 Walsh, Joseph A., Lannon Warhanck, Catherine, 48th St„ Milwaukee— 44. 87, 89, 103 Wasser, Donna L., Mf. Vernon, Osh.—29, 83 Wasser, Richard B., Mt. Vernon, Osh.—38 Watty, James Mathias, Grand Ave., Port Washington Watson, James M., Irving St., Osh.—32. 76, 81, 82. 87. 95. 105 Weber, Kenneth A., Oklahoma, Appleton—41 Weber, Mary, State, Appleton—32, 70, 94 Weber, Sandra Sylvie, Box F., Winneconne—43 Weber, William, Oregon St., Osh.—37 Weeden, Alfred John, Washington, Osh.—45 Weess, (Mrs.) Marion, Vine St., Osh Weideman, Bruco Russell, Park St., Osh.—34 Weiland, James A., 16th St., Osh.—37, 69 Wellnitz, Jean Arlin, Marquette—29 Wcnxd, Marion Mae, Evans St., Osh.—44 Werner, Ruth Emilie, Spring, Appleton—44 Westphal, James F., Bonduel Whalen, James, David, 8th St., Fond du Lac— 29 Wielgosh, Marlene Jean, Princeton—44, 61, 67, 103 Wilk, William John, DusOyer St . Kaukauna Williams, Barbara Lee, Teunacc St.. Mayville— 44 Williams, Harold F., Custer St., Osh. Wilton, Janet, Lake St.. Waupaca—32, 58, 80. 82 Wilson, Roger, Lake St.. Waupaca—35, 69. 84, 105. 108 Winarski, Erwin R., Racine St., Menasha—35, 44. 75. 84, 108. 111 Wingrove, David Tom, Harney St., Osh.—42, 77 Winsted, James Allen, Cawe St., Appleton Winter, Richard D., Western Ave., Osh.—38, 77 Wippich, Jack George, Appleton St., Mcnasha 34. 35. 75, 84. 103. 108, 112, 113 Wislinsky, Joan, Oakland, Osh.—29, 70 Witkowski, James F., 5th St.. Osh. Witske, Leroy R., R.R. 5. 8ox 535. Osh. Woehlke, Constance J., 5th St.. Osh.—44, 61 Woiciehowski, John E., Hattie St., Marinette— 44 Woldt, Arlene A.. Main St.. Osh —32 Wolfmcycr, Shirley Joyce, Trier, Brillion—44, 71, 104 Wonser, Peter George, Monroe Ave., Osh. Worden, Mary J„ Harrison St., Osh—29, 78 Worthen, James, Ceapc St., Osh. Wrchota, Julie, Bowen St., Osh.—32 Wrsinske, Barbara Jean, Park St., Ripon Wussow, Dennis L., Prospect Ave., Osh. Wustrack, Doris Jean, R.R. 2, Waupun—36 Yankee, Kurtis Leon, Clinton St., Clintonville Yarned, Kenneth Dean, Wabeno—44 Yungwirth, Tom Henry, Maple St., Fond du Lac—32 Zeamer, Wilford B., Washington St., Brillion— 44. 69 Zehren, David, McWilliam, Fond du Lac—44 Zelinske, William, Monroe, Two Rivers Zeller, Geraldine, R.R. 3, Box 242. Osh—44, 60 Zellmer, Nancy Nella, Cherry Ave., Osh.—29 Zemlock, Charles W., Arlington PI., Osh. Zernsach, Rudolph, Iowa, Osh.—37 Ziebctl, Darrell W., Broadway, N. Fond du Lac —44. 69. 108, 111 Ziegenhagen, Faith, Box 43, Poy Sippi—44, 100 Ziegler, Kathryn Anne, Lcdgevicw, Fond du Lac—44. 67, 103 Ziegler, Shirley Ann, R.R. I, Brillion—44, 61 Ziesmer, Ray H., Washington, Ripon—29 Zimmerman, Angelina, Brandon Zimmerman, Barbara, Cherry St., Green Bay— 34. 50. 67. 80 Zindars, William, Ccape St., Osh. Zinke, David, Follett St., Fond du Lac Zoesch, Otto Carl, Tayco, Menasha—36 Zuelzke, Patricia Ann, Tabacnoir, Kaukauna— 44. 73, 88 Zuern, David Lee, Horicon St., Mayville—29 Zwicky, John Henry, Hickory, Fond du Lac— 41. 69 136 :i.:--- m_____Ki _________________________________________________________________________________________« g« ... » . mi ■ il I l


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