University of Wisconsin Oshkosh - Quiver Yearbook (Oshkosh, WI)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 190 of the 1958 volume:
Assistant Editor . Business Manager
Alice Suchordo Judy Swan .Nancy Pfister
WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE, OSHKOSH Oshkosh, Wisconsinin n; w a ii ii
“My heart, open, I give my soul.
1 give my soul to thee. Great Manitou!
Let mine eyes see a vision of the future
That I may know myself and my destiny!”
To see visions of the future, one must know the past, for the past is reflected into the future. Here is a record of our past. Reflect upon it and you will see the vision of the future. You will know yourself and your destiny.
Our lives are the reflections of old Indian days. The Indians who lived here before the coming of our fathers would gather upon the return of a war or hunting party and recount deeds and experiences. It was at those councils that recognition was given to those who had earned recognition.
The 1958 Quiver is your recognition. Today we “sit in council” to recount a modern adventure, a journey through an academic year. We pause to remember OSC deeds and experiences for they lead to the future.
The headdress of an Indian chieftain was worn with great pride. Humble young braves who had performed deeds of loyalty, responsibility and industry, were rewarded with richly emblazoned feathers. Those feathers were then carefully sewn to the young man’s headband so that all might know his works. Gradually, the band became heavily laden with these symbols of honor . . . and he was chosen leader of his tribe.
Twenty-seven years ago OSC chose a leader. President Polk wears no head-band so that we may know his works. Yet. we do know them ... for Oshkosh State College is the steadfast record of his deeds. They too. are deeds of loyalty, responsibility and industry.
But that chief of long ago was also dependent . . . dependent upon a worthy and cooperative council. His great works were possible only through their unselfish service.
So is our “chief” dependent . . . dependent upon a worthy and cooperative administration. Their service is appreciated.JAMES F. DUNCAN
Dean of the College
RAYMOND J. RAMSDEN
Dean of Instruction
ERNEST O. THEDINGA
Dean of Men
) ( » of Women
L. O. TETZLAFF
DAVID L. BOWMAN
Director of Training
rage fiveThe lores of Indian days were learned through thoughts, experience and practice. Young redskins obtained knowledge about the customs of their people . . . knowledge they had to use upon leaving the campgrounds.
Our great leaders-in-lcarning do not teach around a glowing campfire. Yet the warmth of their sineerity is a constant endeavor to instill beneficial thoughts of art. science and humanity.
If we apply these thoughts to our experiences and practices when we leave our “campgrounds. we too will become Icaders-in-learning.
Page sixMax I. Bowman
Jean Renee Aichele
Library Science M.S.
Ethel J. Behncke
Robert E. Brismaster
Radford E. Boeing
David L. Bowman
Director of Training School and Placement Ed.D.
Frederick L. Caudle
Jean I. Caudle
Third Grade Supervisor
French and German Instructor
Roger P. Dennis
Herbert C. Dohrman
Gordon V. Drake
James F. Duncan
Page nineHerbert Gaede
Maysel E. Evans
Warner J. Geiger
Alex P. Ferguson
Emerson D. Fine
Warren J. Goehrs
R. J. Grant
Industrial Arts M.A.
Sherman E. Gunderson
Lois J. Hardt
Marie A. Hirsch
Earl J. Hutchinson
Principal of Junior High M.A.
Ted R. Jackson
Page elevenEric W. Kitzman
N. S. James
James K. Johnson
Director for Intermediate and Grammar Teachers M.A.
Lee H. Kalbus
Burton E. Karges
R. M. Kolf
Physical Education Ph.M.
Thomas A. Madison
David P. Marble
Sociology, History PhD.
Dorothy E. Martin
Bertha C. Merker
John R. Mook
Education, Psychology Ph.D.
2nd Grade Supervisor Ed.M.
Ralph A. Norem
Political Science PhD.
N. P. Nelson
Secondary Director M.A.
Dean of Women M.S.
Gerald J. Olson
Educational Administration M.S.
Richard W. Osborn
1st Grade Supervisor M.S.
E. B. Pfefferkorn
Everett G. Pyle
Dante A. Puzzo
Allen J. Priebe
Raymond J. Ramsden
Liberal Arts, Pre-professional Ed. Director Ph.D.
Gerald G. Reed
Louise E. Scott
History, Social Studies M.A.
Biology Ph.D. '
Cyril B. Russell
Library Science M.A.L.S.
David A. Rux
6th Grade Supervisor
Page sixteenMay L. Stewart
Rural Education Director M.A.
John T. Taylor
L. O. Tetzlaff
Ernest O. Thedinga
William F. Thompson
History. Geography Ph.D.'
James W. Unger
Helen I. Wahoski
Head Librarian A.M.L.S.
5th Grade Supervisor
Lloyd W. Wasser
Junior High Science B.S.
4th Grade Supervisor
William E. White
Anthony J. Womaski
Robert J. Wonders
Donald W. Zahalka
Journalism. Publications M.S.
David J. Zeff
Henry K. Ziomek
Page nineteenFACULTY NUT
Merlin D. Halle
IC T UIU I)
Physical Education M.A.
Music Supervisor MS.
Page twentyOFFICE STAFF
Secretary to the Director of Teacher Education
Florence L. Palmer
Student Administration Examiner
Page twenty-oneOFFICE STIFF
Robert W. Quest Roma Read
Business Manager Stenographer
Grace M. Shimek
Secretary to the President
Page twenty-twoSwart Training School
Pa fie twenty-threeIn early days the young Indian boy was sent on a hunt. He ventured down a hazardous trail in search of a great prize. This was a test of manhood. As his arrow pierced the heart of a deer, so he gained honor and merit.
We are also on a hunt, but a hunt for knowledge. Our college life is our test. We begin on the trail in our freshman year. At the end of the trail, our graduation, there is a worthy prize. This end brings merit and honor; but it is also a beginning.
Eleanore H. Battig
Fond du Lac Liberal Arts. Major: Biology; Minors: Physical Education. Chemistry; F.T.A. I. 2; W.R.A. I. 2. 3. 4 (Sportshead 2, 3. 4);
L.S.A. I, 2; Advance 4.
Secondary. Major: Geography: Minors: Biology. English; Intramural Sports Editor. Advance 2.
Rural. Gamma Delta I. 2. (officer 2);
Radio Club I. 2 (Secretary 2); Alpha Chi I. 2 (President 2); Choir: Inter-faith 2.
Alan J. Arneman
Secondary. Major: Biology; Minors: Physical Education. English; Football I. 2;
C.L.S. I; Track I;
Pep Club 3. 4;
Pcriclcan I. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports I. 2, 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Bruce B. Bamberg
Port Washington Secondary.'Major: Mathematics: Minors: Chemistry.
Physics; Intramural Sports 2. 4; F.T.A. 4; Quiver (Sports Editor) 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; University of Wisconsin I.
Page twenty-sixOolores Bauer
Upper F.lemcntan. Newman Club 4; Dodge County Normal. B.S. Degree.
Fond du Lac
Kindergarten Primary. Lambda Chi I. 2. 3. 4 (Historian 2.
Pan Hellenic 3. Interfraternity
3); Wesley I. 2: Advance I. 2. 3: Quiver 2. 3: F.T.A.: Pep Club 2: Dormitory Secretary 2: Women’s Association.
Dorothea M. Bennett
L'ppcr Elementary. Kappa Delta Pi 2. 3; F.T.A. 4; Who's Who 4; Dodge County Normal. Mayville 1 year graduate. B.S. Degree.
Liberal Arts. Major: Biology: Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President
3. 4). B.S. Degree.
Sturgeon Bay l.iberal Art. Major: Social Studies. B.S. Degree.
Liberal Arts. Major: History: Minor: Art: Football 2; Tennis 2: Circle "K" Club 2. 3. 4 (Treasurer 3. Board of Directors 4. Project Committee Chairman
4): Men’s Association Board 3; Student Council: Social Life Committee: Homecoming Committee 3. 4; Prom Committee 2. 3: Intramural Sports 2. 3: B.S. Degree.
Page twenty-sevenMarlene Bork
Beaver Dam Upper Elementary. Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4; Newman Club
I. 2. 3. 4; F.T.A. I;
W.R.A. I. 2. 3. 4; Quiver I. B.S. Degree.
Duncan R. Campbell
Secondary. Major: Biology: Minors: History. Physical Education. B.S. Degree.
Upper Elementary. Band I. 2.
3. 4; Choir 2. 4; U.S.F. President 3. 4: Lambda Chi
I. 2. 3. 4 (Interfraternity 2. President 3. Vod-Vil Chairman
2): Student Council I. 2. 3 (Secretary 2): Homecoming Publicity Co-Chairman 3. General Co-Chairman 4; Inter-Faith Council 3. 4; F.T.A. I. 2. 4 (Secretary 2); Social Life Committee 2 (Secretary 2): Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Quiver
Donald E. Butts
Secondary. Major: History; Minors: Mathematics. English: Intramural Sports (Football 1.
2. Volleyball I. 2. 3); Iota Alpha Sigma Fraternity I, 2, 3. 4 (Social Chairman 1. 2. Vice-President 4); L.S.A. 2. 3. 4 (President 3. 4); Inter-Faith 3, 4. B.S. Degree.
Liberal Arts. Major: Physics; Minor: Math. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: Music; Minor: Geology; Band I. 2. 3, 4; Choir I. 2; Orchestra 3, 4; Lyceum I. 2. 3. 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 2); C.L.S. I.
Page tw enty-eightWilliam J. Coyne, Jr.
Fond du Lac January Graduate Liberal Arts. Major: English: Minor: Physical Education; Veterans Club 1.2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 2); Newman Club
I. 2. 3; Pcriclean I. 2 (Vice-President. Historian 2); Men's Association I. 2. 3. 4; Football I. 2. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2. 4; Homecoming Committee I. B.S. Degree.
Hugh M. Corbett
Liberal Arts. Major: Chemistry; U.S.F. I. 4; lota Alpha Sigma
I. 2. 3. 4; American Chemical Association 4; Inter-Fraternity 3 (President 4); Pan Hellenic 4. B.S. Degree.
Mary Jane Corneluis
Kindergarten Primary. Minor: Music: Alcthean I. 2, 3. 4; U.S.F. I. 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 2): Inter-faith Council 2;
Band I. 2. 3; Choir 3: Orchestra 3. 4: Advance I. 2. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: Music; U.S.F. 1.2. 3. 4 (President 2): Inter-faith Conned 2. 3; Lyceum I. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra
3. 4; Band I. 2; Choir
I. 2. 3. 4; Advance I.
John L. Congdon
Secondary. Major: History: Minors: English. Social Science. B.S. Degree.
Lower Elementary. Newman Club 3. 4; Alethean 3. 4;
F.T.A. 4; Honor Resident 3. 4. Transfer from University of Wisconsin. Milwaukee.
Page twenty-nineDiantha R. Dohrman
Secondary. Major: English; Minors: Psychology. History: Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4 (Historian 2. President 4); VV.R.A. I; Inter-Fraternity 2: U.S.F. I. 2.
3. 4 (Treasurer I): F.T.A. 4; A Cappclla Choir I. 2: Who's Who 4; Freshman Scholarship (Ellen Peake English Award). B.S. Degree.
Lower Elementary. Band I: Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4 (Treasurer 2. Vice-President 3): Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4;
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: W R A.
I. 2. 3. 4; B.S. Degree.
Fond du Lac Secondary. Majors: English. History: Newman Club 2. 3. 4: F.T.A. 4; Advance 2. Transfer from University of Wisconsin. Milwaukee. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: Mathematics: Minors: Physics. History: Mathematics Club.
Liberal Arts. Major: English: Minor: Psychology; Alethean Sorority 3. 4 (Secretary 3): Wesley Foundation 2. 3 (Secretary-Treasurer 3): Modern Language Club 3: Psychology Club 4. B A. Degree.
Fond du Lac
Elementary. Band I: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: Gamma Sigma 3. 4 (Treasurer 4); Inter-Fraternity 3: Prom Committee 3: F.T.A. 4. B.S. Degree.
Page thirtyRobert G. Eichinger
Secondary. Major: Biology: Minors: Physical Education. Geography; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4 (Football. Basketball. Baseball. Tennis. Golf. Badminton. Shuffleboard. Horseshoes); Ugly Man Contest I. B.S. Degree.
Donald F. Fictum
Upper Elementary. Kappa Della Phi 3. 4; Who’s Who 4.
Upper Elementary. Kappa Gamma I. 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 2. Vod-Vil Director 2): U.S.F. I. 2. 3. 4 (President
2. 3): Advance I. 2. 3 (Business Manager 2); Quiver I; F.T.A.
I. 4; Inter-Faith 2. 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 (President 4); Who’s Who. B.S. Degree.
Howard R. Fenske
Secondary. Major: Social Studies; Minors: History. English; F.T.A. 2 (Vice-President 2); C.L.S. I. 2. 4 President 2); Lyceum 1, 2. 3. 4; Gamma Delta 3. 4 (President 4); Pi Kappa Delta 3. 4; Inter-Faith Council I, 3. 4 (President 3. 4); College Debate Team 2. 3. 4; Veterans Organization 2;
Marjorie A. Firehammer
Secondary. Majors: Speech. English: Advance I. 2. 3, 4 (Copy Editor. News Editor. Editor in Chief 3: Advisory Editor 4); F.T.A. 4; Who’s Who 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Kappa Gamma I, 2. 3. 4 (Pan-Hellenic President 3);
Glee Club I. 2: Plays I. 2. 3. 4 (Director Children's Play 4). B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: English; Minors: History. Geography: Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4; Pan Hellenic 4; Quiver I; Wesley 2; F.T.A. 4.
Page thirty-oneRobert D. George
Oshkosh January Graduate Upper Elementary. Glee Club I. 2; F.T.A. I. 2. 4; Quiver 4; Men’s Association I. 2. 3. 4; U.S.F. 4; W.R.A. I. 4.
Roland F. Gilligan
Upper Elementary. Football I. 4; Play "My Sister Eileen” 3: Pcriclean Fraternity I. 2. 4; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4.
Clarence L. Gereau
Secondary. Major: History; Minors: English. Geography; Campus School Paper 4.
Allan Fredrick Geimer
I pper Elementary. Debate Squad 3. 4; Newman Club; Alpha Phi Omega (President 4); l.yceum; Pi Kappa Delta; Stage Manager "Cinderella”; Student Council 4; Forensics 3. 4; Sports Editor Advance 3; Business Manager Advance 4; Choir: Intramural Sports;
F.T.A. B.S. Degree.
Upper Elementary. Glee Club I. 2: F.T.A. I. 2. 4; Quiver 4; Women's Association I. 2. 3. 4; U.S.F. 4; W.R.A. I. 4.
Port Washington Upper Elementary. Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Newman Club 4; F.T.A. 4; lota Alpha Sigma 3.
4. B.S. Degree.
Patricia Ann Goldsmith
2 Year Rural. Alpha Chi
(Secretary); Radio Club; L.S.A.
Robert H. Gomoll
Secondary. Major: History; Minors: Geography. Social Science; Lyceum Fraternity (Secretary-Treasurer 4); Men’s Glee Club; Intramural Sports. B.S. Degree.
Oshkosh Upper Elementary.
Peter Michael Gorr
pper Elementary. Rifle C lub; F.T.A.: Philakean Fraternity. •LS. Degree.
Carol Jean Gould
Kindergarten Primary. Wesley Foundation 3. 4 (President 4); F.T.A. 3. 4 (President 4); Glee Club 3; Quiver 3. 4 (Organization Editor 4); Lambda Chi 3. 4 (Officer 4): Inter-faith 4. B.S. Degree.
David Charles Gorsege
Elkhart Lake January Graduate Upper Elementary. Track 3; Intramural Sports 3. 4; Veterans Representative 3; Vet's Club
3. 4; Choir 3; Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4; Newman Club 3. 4; Marching Band 3; F.T.A. 4; Play 3; Speech 4; Graduate of Sheboygan County Teachers College 1952. B.S. Degree.
Page thirty-threeDon Halverson
Secondary. Major: Biology: Basketball I. 2. 3. 4; Baseball
2. 4; Pcriclean I. 2. 3. 4 (Secretary 4); Men's Association
2. 3 (Vice-President); Track I: Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4.
Secondary. Major: Biology: Minors: History. Psychology: Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4: Vet's Club 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: Physics: Minors: Mathematics. English: Lyceum I. 2. 3. 4 (President 2. Secretary-Treasurer 3): Student Council 3; Men’s Association
3. 4 (President 4): Circle "K"
3; Prom Court (Junior Representative 3): Homecoming Court 4. B.S. Degree.
Edmund R. Hansen
Secondary. Major: Mathematics. Physics: lota Alpha Sigma I. 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Who's Who 4; Intramural Sports I. 2: Reporter for 1956-57 Brochure (Basketball). B.S. Degree.
I pper Elementary. Newman Club; E.T.A.: International Relations Club. B.S. Degree.
Pauline N. Hansen
Denmark 2 Year Rural.
Alpha Chi I. 2.
Page thirty-fourRichard Harry
Upper Elementary. Lyceum 3. 4: Pan Hellenic 4: Circle “K”
3. 4 (Board Director 4);
F.T.A. 4; Intramural Football 3: Intramural Volley ball 3: Transfer from Dodge County Teacher’s College. B.S. Degree.
I pper Elementary.
Clifford J. Hein
I pper Elementary. F.T.A. 3. 4: Iota Alpha Sigma 4; Transfer from Sheboygan County Teacher's College.
l.ower Elementary. Lambda Chi; Advance Staff: Quiver: F.T.A.: U.S.F.
Sccondar). Major: Biology: Minors: Physical Education. History; Football I. 2. 3. 4; Honor Captain M.V.P. 4; Track I. 2; Homecoming King I: Men's Association 3: Pcriclean Fraternity (Vice-President 3. President 4); Inter-Fraternity 2; "O'" Club I. 2 (Scc.-Trcas. 2):
Vet's Club I. 2 B.S. Degree.
Dorothy June Hensel
Lower Elementary. F.T.A. 4:
College Lutheran Society I; Modern Dance 3: Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4 (Secretary 4): Songfcst Director 3:
“Hansel and Grctcl” I:
Honor Resident 3.
Page thirty-fiveElizabeth Hlavachek
Upper Elementary. Cheerleader I. 2: Student Council I;
I umbda Chi 2. 3. 4 (Officer 3. 4); Radio Club I. 2. 3;
Pep Club 2. 3: F.T.A. 2. 3. 4; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: Who's Who 4; Quiver Index Editor 4; Advance Staff I. 2. 3 (Assoc. Editor 3); Kappa Delta Pi 4. B.S. Degree.
Clifford D. Hinkens
Secondary. Major: History: Minors: Physical Education. Biology: Vet’s Club; Periclcan; Basketball 3. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Majors: History.
I ibrary; Minors: Science. Geology: Band I. 2: Orchestra 3. 4; U.S.F. I. 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 3): International Relations Club 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Gamma Sigma
2. 3. 4; F.T.A. 3. 4; Quiver 3: Honor Resident 4. B.S. Degree.
Lower Elementary. Gamma Phi Alpha: Band: Chorus: F.T.A.; W.R.A.; L.S.A.
Transfer from Northern Michigan College.
3 Yr. Rural. Alpha Chi I. 2. 3;
L.S.A. I. 2. 3: Radio Club 2. 3.
Charles J. Holsen
tipper Elementary. Intramural Sports: Vet's Club. Transfer from Northern Michigan College. B.S. Degree.
Page thirty-sixShirley Hoverson
Denmark January Graduate I'ppcr Elementary. U.S.F. 3. 4 (Secretary 4): F.T.A. 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi. Transfer from Manitowoc County Teachers College. B.S. Degree.
Leon R. Jackman
Secondary. Major: Geography: Minors: History. Physical Education: Newman Club 2: Football 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Pcriclean 2.
Irvin J. Huberty
Fond du Lac
Liberal Arts. Major: Geography; Rifle Club I; Newman Club I. 4; lota Alpha Sigma 2. 3. 4 (Secretary 2. Vice-President 3. Treasurer 4); Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4: Circle "K" 4:
Men's Association 3. 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 3).
I'ppcr Klcmcntun. Newman Club I. 3: Radio Club I. 2: Delta Phi I. 2. 3. 4 (Treasurer 2 : Pan Hellenic 3. 4: Secretary-Treasurer of Inter-Sorority 4: Student Council 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 (Treasurer 4): F.T.A. 3. 4 (Secretary 4): Who’s Who 4; Advance 3.
Secondary. Major: English: Minors: History. Geology: Alcthean Sorority I. 2. 3. 4: International Relations Club I. 2 (Secretary-Treasurer I): F.T.A.: Who’s Who 4:
Kappa Delta Pi 4. B.S. Degree.
Dave Ray Johnson
Secondary. Major: Mathematics: Minors: Physics. Chemistry: Band I. 3. 4: F.T.A. 4:
Quiver Staff 4: Beta Theta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4.. B.S. Degree.
Page thirty-sevenRobert Charles Karnes
Secondary. Majors: History. English: Football I. 2;
Golf I. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4; lota Alpha Sigma 1.2. 3. 4; Inter-Fraternity 3: Newman Club 1.2. 3. 4; F.T.A. 4; Men's Association I.
2. 3. 4; B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: Mathematics: Minors: Physics. Chemistry: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Newman Club 4; F.T.A. 4: Intramurals 2; Transfer from Marquette University. B.S. Degree.
January Graduate Upper Elementary.
Football I. 2. 3. 4; Pcriclean: Eagle Scout.
l.ower Elementary. Advance I: Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4;
U.S.F. I. 2. 3. 4. F.T.A. 4; Who's Who 4. B.S. Degree.
l.ower Elementary. Choir I.
2. 3. 4; Band I. 2: Phoenix I. 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 3.
Rep. 4. Songfest Director 2. 3): F.T.A. I. 2. 3. 4 (Treasurer 4): Kappa Delta Pi (Historian Reporter 4): U.S.F. I. 2. 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Secondary Major: English: Minor: Geography; Vet's Club; F.T.A. B.S. Degree.
Kent P. Kiesow
Secondary. Majors: Instrumental
Music. Vocal Music:
Minor: English: Band I. 2. 3; Orchestra I. 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Upper Elementary. Intramurals
3. 4; F.T.A. 4; Newman Club 4; lota Alpha Sigma 4. Transfer from Manitowoc County Teachers College.
I'ppcr Elementary. Band I. 2: Glee Club I: Alethcan Sorority I. 2. 3. 4; F.T.A. 3. 4.
Dolores H. Kitzinger
Kindergarten-Primary . Phoenix 2. 3. 4 (Historian 3);
Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Band I. 2. B.S. Degree.
Ellen J. Knight
Kindergarten-Primary. Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Advance 3; Choir I. 2. 3. 4: Phoenix I. 2, 3. 4 (Secretary 3. Pres. 3); Women’s Association Board 2; Glee Club 1; F.T.A. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4 (Secretary 4); Who’s Who 4. B.S. Degree.
Page thirty-nineMary Konrad
Secondary. Major: Mathematics; Minors: History. English; Alcthcan 2. 3. 4 (Treasurer 2. President 4); Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Advance I;
Quiver I. 2. 3 (Editor 3); Student Council 3; F.T.A. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Who’s Who 4; A.W.S.C.F. Award 2. B.S. Degree.
Bernadine V. Koval
New London Secondary. Major: Library Science; Minors: Geology. English: Newman Club I. 2.
3. 4; Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4 (Historian 3); F.T.A. 3. 4; Advance (Business Staff) 2: Quiver 3. 4 (Activities Editor 4). B.S. Degree.
Jack Arthur Kolterjahn
I'pper Elementary. Philakcan 1. 2; Golf 2, 3: Intramural Sports I. 2. 4; Choir 2; F.T.A. 4; I.R.C. 4.
Secondary. Majors: Chemistry. Biology; American Chemical Society I. 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President I). B.S. Degree.
Bryon W. Krause
Minors: Chemistry. Physics: Intramural Sports I: Lyceum 2. B.S. Degree.
Donald L. Kroll
New London January Graduate Secondary. Major: Biology; Minors: Physical Education. Geography; Football I. 2, 3; Basketball I. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4; Inter-Fraternity 3; Pcriclcan I. 2. 3. 4; “O’ Club 2.
Page fortyDorothy Lange
Fond du Lac Lower Elementary. F.T.A. 4: Transfer from University of Wisconsin.
Secondary- Major: Geography; Minors: English. History;
Robert M. LaPoint
Secondary. Vet’s Club.
Fond du Lac Lower Elementary. Band I; Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4; Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4; Inter-Fraternity 2: F.T.A. 4.
Secondary. Major: Speech; Minors: English. Physical Ed.; Cheerleader I. 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Court of Honor 3; Women's Assoc. Board (President 2): Student Council (Secretary 3): Social L.ifc Committee 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Prom Court I; "My Sister Eileen” (Business Mgr.); "Aladdin” (Ass't Director); F.T.A. 4; Gamma Sigma (Secretary 2. President 3. Custodian 4. B.S. Degree.
Carol Jane Lehman
Kindergarten-Primary. Minor: Ait: Glee Club I. 2; Radio Club 3: Newman Club I. 2.
3. 4: F.T.A. I. 2. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Who’s Who. B.S. Degree.
Page forty-oneVirginia Lewis
Fond du Lac Secondary. Majors: Chemistry. Mathematics; Radio Club
I. 2, 3 (Group Chairman 3): Newman Club I. 3, 4;
A. C.S. Student Affiliate I. 2.
3. 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 4); Honor Resident 4; Band I.
B. S. Degree.
Upper Elementary. Basketball; Track: "O" Club; Pcriclean Fraternity; Intramural Sports. B.S. Degree.
Lower Elementary. Women's Association Board 3.
Marvin E. Marheine
Liberal Arts. Major: English: Alpha Phi Omega I. 2. 3. 4 (Charter Member. President 3): College Debate 3.
Oshkosh Secondary. Majors: Mathematics. Natural Science; Alpha Phi Omega I, 2. 3. 4; Philakcan 2. 3. 4; Circle “K" Club 3. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Majors: Biology. History: Philakcan I. 2 (Vice-President 2): Newman Club I. 2; Rifle Club I. 2. B.S. Degree.
Page forty-twoWendelin D. Michels
Upper Elementary. Transfer from Sheboygan County Normal. B.S. Degree.
William R. Moldenhauer
Secondary. Major: Biology; Minors: English. Physical Education. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: Social Science; Minors: Geology. Geography; Football I: Golf 3, 4; Pcriclcan I; Vet’s Club I, 2. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
l.ihcnil Arts. Major: Social Science: Minors: Geology. English: Vet's Club I; Newman Club 3:
Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Gerald S. Mueller
Upper Elementary. Intramurals
3. 4; F.T.A. 4; Newman Club 3. 4; Vet’s Club 3. 4; Men’s Association 3. 4; International Relations Club 4.
Kenneth W. Mueller
Secondary. Majors: Biology. Natural Science: Pcriclcan Fraternity 2. 3. 4 (Secretary 3): Circle "K” Club 3. 4 (President 4); Language Club 4; Men’s Glee Club 4. B.S. Degree.
Page forty-threeAnn Murray
Fond du Lac
Technology. Alcthcan 2. 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Robert E. Newton
Secondary. Major: Mathematics: Minors: Chemistry. Physics:
F.T.A. 4: Mathematics Club 4. B.S. Degree.
2 Year Rural. Alpha Chi
I. 2: Student Council I. 2: Health and Accident Committee I. 2: U.S.F. I. 2; Radio Club I. 2 (Treasurer 2).
Carol Ann Neuman
Kindergarten-Primary. Newman Club 1.2. 3. 4 (Treasurer 3); Lambda Chi I. 2. 3. 4 (Songfest Director 2. Play Cast 2); Band
I. 2. 3. 4; Pep Band 3: Orchestra 4: F.T.A. 3, 4; Student Council 3; Dorm Treasurer. Council and Honor Resident 3: Prom Decorations 2: Homecoming Committee 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Page forty-jourThomas J. O'Hearn
Rita Mae Olson
Upper Elementary. F.T.A. 3. 4; International Relations Club 3. 4; lota Alpha Sigma 3. 4: Kappa Delta Phi 4: Newman Club 3. 4: Student Council 3. 4: Vet’s Club 3. 4: Intramural Sports 3. 4; "K" Club 4.
Mary Ann Nitkowski
Seconder). Majors: History. English; College Choir, "Down in the Valley" (Madrigal Singers): Lambda Chi; International Relations Club (Vice-President 3. President 4); Transfer from Northwestern University. Evanston. III.
Emily J. Oyer
Kindergarten-Primary. Gamma Sigma 3, 4: Dramatics I. 2; Primary Council I. 2: Glee Club 2; Newman Club I. 2.
3. 4; Transfer from Stevens Point State.
2. 3. 4 (Historian-Reporter 2. Vice-President 3): Glee Club
I. 2; L.S.A. I. 2. 3: Prom Committee 3: Advance Staff (Typing Editor 3. Society Editor 3. 4); F.T.A. I. 4: Student Council 3; Play Contest 3. B.S. Degree.
Sturgeon Bay Kindergarten-Primary. F.T.A. 4: Transfer from University of Wisconsin.
James F. Perdue
Secondary- Major: Biology; Minors: Mathematics. Chemistry: Philakcan 1.2. 3 (Vice-President 3. Inter-Fraternity 2): Circle "K" Club
2. 3. 4 (President 2. 3. Director 4): Newman Club
I. 2. B.S. Degree.
Page forty-fiveCleone Prausa
Oconto Falls Secondary. Major: Music; Minor: English: Della Phi 2. 3. 4; Newman Club 2. 3; Orchestra 3. 4; Radio Club 2. 3 (Secretary 3); F.T.A. 4;
Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Choir 2. 3.
Upper Elementary. Newman Club 2. 3. 4; Alcthcan Sorority 2. 3. 4; W.R.A. 2. 3. 4:
Quiver Staff 3: F.T.A. 4; Transfer from University Extension. Marinette.
Donald W. Redman
Secondary. Majors: Biology. Natural Science; Transfer from University of Wisconsin. B.S. Degree.
Mary Lou Reese
Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Gamma I. 2. 3. 4 (Inter-Fraternity 2; Play Contest Co-Chairman 3. Vice-President 3): Dormitory President 3: Advance I. 2. 3; (Make-up Editor 3); Quiver 2. 3: Wesley I. 2. 3. 4 (Council 2. 3): Inter-Faith Council 3: Homecoming Court 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3: Glee Club 2: F.T.A. 4. B.S. Degree.
2 Year Rural. Alpha Chi I. 2 (Historian-Reporter I); Women’s Assoc. Rep. 2: Gamma Delta I. 2.
Chester C. Plantico
Upper Elementary. Vet's Club
3. 4; F.T.A. 4; A.P.O. 4; International Relations Club 3; Transfer from Manitowoc County Teachers College.
Page forty-sixWanda Roever
Secondary. Major: Music; Minor: Latin: Delta Phi I.
2. 3. 4; Inter-Frat Rep. 2. 3; Choir 1,2, 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Newman Club 1. 3; Radio Club I. 2; Who's Who 4; Forensics 2. B.S. Degree.
Menominee. Michigan Lower Elementary. Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4; Advance I; Women's Association I. 2. 3. 4; F.T.A. B.S. Degree.
Secondary. Major: Mathematics; Minors: Biology. Physical Education; Intramural Sports
1. 2. 3, 4; Track I; Basketball 3; Advance 4; Men's Assoc. Board 3. 4; Student Council
2. 3. B.S. Degree.
Kenneth D. Ruesink
Secondary. Major: Social Studies: Minors: History. English: Intramural Sports I. 2; Transfer from Whitewater State College. B.S. Degree.
Port Washington l.iberal Arts. Major: Mathematics; Minors: Chemistry. Physics: Intramural Sports: lota Alpha Sigma: U.S.F. B.S. Degree.
Dale R. Rusch
Appleton January Graduate Secondary. Football I. 2. 3: Transfer from Stevens Point State College.
Page forty-sevenMaureen G. Ryan
Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Gamma 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 3. Vod-Vil Co-Chairman 2. 4); F.T.A. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Advance 3. 4 (Picture Editor 3); Cheerleader 2. 3. 4 (Co-Captain 4); Pep Club 2. 3: Student Council 3; Who's Who 4: Modern Dance 4; Transfer from University of Wisconsin. B.S. Degree.
Newman Club 4; F.T.A. 4.
Upper Elementary. Intramural
Sports 3, 4; Men’s Association: Graduated from Manitowoc County Teachers College.
Judith M. Sargent
Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3: F.T.A. 3; W.R.A. I. B.S. Degree.
Kindergarten-Primary. Lambda Chi I. 2. 3. 4; Wesley I. 2; Social Life Committee 3 (Secretary 3): F.T.A. 3. 4; Advance I. 2: Quiver 2;
"Jane Eyre" Cast 2: Prom Committee 3: Homecoming Committee 4. B.S. Degree.
Frederick J. Schaefer
Fond du Lac Secondary. Major: History; Minors: Biology. Physical Education: F.T.A. 4; Newman Club I. 2. 4: Basketball I. 2. 3: Track 2, 3. 4; Intramurals I. 2. 3. 4; Kappa l clta Pi 3: Who’s Who 4. B.S. Degree.
Page forty-eightDavid Scherff
Secondary. Major: Biology; Minors: Chemistry. English; International Relations Club
3. 4; F.T.A. 4.
Upper Elementary. Glee Club I; Alpha Chi I. 2: F.T.A. I. 2.
3. 4; L.S.A. I. 2. 3. 4;
Quiver 2, 4;
Women’s Recreation Assoc. 4; Honor Resident 4.
Eugene A. Schmidt
Upper Elementary. F.T.A.;
Pi Kappa Delta; Newman Club (President 4); Intramural Basketball and Volleyball.
George A. Schmidt
Liberal Arts. Major: History; Forensics 3. 4 (Debate 3); Dramatics 4 "The Crucible": Student Council 3; Choir 4; Advance 4 (Columnist).
Secondary. Major: Biology: Minors: History. Geography: Philakcan; Radio Club: Advance Staff; L.S.A.
B.S. Degree. .
Bernard A. Schmitt
January Graduate Upper Elementary. Band I. 2; Ncw»man Club I. 2: Alpha Phi Omega 2. 3. 4 (Vice President 2).
Page forty-nineNatalie Senn
Kindergarten-Primary. F.T.A.; U.S.F. (Vice-President); Transfer from Mission House College. B.S. Degree.
3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Lambda Chi I. 2. 3. 4 (Pres. 4. Treas. 3. Custodian 2); Women's Assoc. Board 2 (Scc.-Treas. 2); Social Life Committee 2. 3 (Sec. 3): Homecoming Court 4; C.L.S.
I. 2; Gamma Delta 3. 4;
Who's Who 4. B.S. Degree.
Upper Elementary. Newman Club; Women’s Recreation Assoc.; F.T.A.; Transfer from University of Wisconsin. Milwaukee. B.S. Degree.
Joanne M. Shepreo
Fond du Lac Kindergarten-Primary. Kappa Gamma 2. 3. 4 (Secretary 2. Historian 3. Treasurer 4); F.T.A. 4; Advance 3. 4 (Circulation Editor 3): Newman Club I. 2. 3; Glee Club I. 2: Honor Resident 3.
Upper Elementary. Intramural Sports 3; Transfer from Door-Kewauncc Teachers College. B.S. Degree.
New London Secondary. Majors: Speech. History; Debate.
Page fiftyFelecia Slufik
Secondary. Major: English: Minors: Speech. Biology: Alcihean 2. 3. 4: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4 (Social Committee 2): Advance I. 2. 3: Quiver I. 2: Glee Club I. 2: F.T.A. 4: Debate 4.
I.ihcral Arts. Major: Chemistry; Minor: Mathematics;
Intramural Sports 2. 3: Language Club 2. 3: American Chemical Society I.
James O. Smith
Secondary. Major: Economics; Minor: Geography; Economic-Seminar 4; Philakean I.
John G. Spanbauer
Secondary. Majors: Music. Social Studies.
David P. Steinbach
Secondary. Major: Biology: Minors: Physical Education. History; Track I; Tennis 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4; Pcriclcan I. 2. 3. 4; (Secretary 2); Men's Assoc. Board 2. 3 (Scc.-Trcas.); Student Council 4 (Vice-President. President); Circle 0" Club 2; Pep Club 2. 3; Basketball Manager 3.
William D. Steede
Secondary. Major: Mathematics; Minors: Biology. Physical Education. B.S. Degree.
Page fifty-oneJohn C. Straw
Upper Elementary. Transfer from Manitowoc County Teachers College.
Upper Elementary. Choir I. 2; C.I..S. I; Alcthean (Custodian 4. Vice-President 4. Vod-Vil Director 4. Pan Hellenic 4); Quiver 4; Advance 4; F.T.A. B.S. Degree.
Mary Ann Tisler
Modern Dance I. 2;
Sec. of Assoc. Houses 2: Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
B.S. I egree.
William A. Tisler
January Graduate Secondary. Major: Physics; Minors: Geology. Mathematics. B.S. Degree.
January Graduate Liberal Arts.
Majors: English. History; Gamma Delta 3. 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Transfer from University Extension. Green Bay.
Page fifty-twoCarl A. Turczynski
t ppcr Elcmcntars. Newman Club 3. 4; Vet's Club 3. 4;
F T.A. 4; Who's Who 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4;
Transfer from Manitowoc County Teachers College. B.S. Degree.
Marguerite Van Hulst
l ppcr Elementary. Glee Club
I. 2; Newman Club 4: Women’s Association 4.
Thomas L. Van Vreede
Secondary. Major: Mathematics; Minors: Biology. English; lota Alpha Sigma I. 2. 3: Student Council 3. 4;
Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4.
B.S. I cgrec.
Fond du Lac Kindergarten-Primary. Lambda Chi I. 2. 3. 4 (Custodian 2. Secretary 3); Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; FT.A. 4;
Wesley I. 2. 3. 4 (Council
2. 3); Advance I. 2; Pep Club 2; Dorm President 4; Who's Who 4. B.S. Degree.
Russell Van Straten
Secondary. Major: Biology; Minors: History. English; Newman Club 3. 4; F.T.A. 3. B.S. Degree.
Catherine J. Warhanek
Milwaukee January Graduate Kindergarten-Primary. Newman Club I. 2. 3; Quiver I. 2 (Organization Editor 2); Advance I. 2; Social Life Committee 3; Student Council 2: Homecoming Queen 3;
Prom Committee 3; F.T.A. 4; Gamma Sigma 3. 4.
Page fifty-threeMarion Wenzel
Dallas W. Werner
Oshkosh L'pper Elementary.
l ambda Chi; Quiver: F.T.A.; L.S.F.
Secondary. Major: Physics; Minors: Mathematics. English: Radio Club 2: U.S.F. 4: Intramural Sports 3. 4.
Janice Mae Yanke
2 Year Rural. Kindergarten Primary I. Alpha Chi 2: Phoenix I. 2:
Newman Club 2.
Marlene J. Wielgosh
l'pper Elementary. Gamma Sigma I. 2. 3. 4 (President 3): Newman Club I. 2. 3. 4: F.T.A. 4: Modern Dance 3.
Major: Mathematics; Minors: History. English. B.S. Degree.
Ray C. Wifler
Secondary. Major: Music: Minor: English: Band 2. 3. 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 3. 4. B.S. Degree.
Page fifty-fourCharles W. Zemlock
Secondary. Majors: Chemistry. Phvsics: Golf I. 2. 3. 4.
Wilford B. Zeamer
Secondary. Majors: History. English; Band I 2. 3. 4; Choir 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 3. 4; lota Alpha Sigma I. 2. 3. 4 (Treasurer); Kappa Delta Phi 4. B.S. Degree.
Major: Geography B.S. Degree
Fond du Lac
DONNA BLANKE Plymouth
DONALD BRENNAN Dc Pere
ROBERT CHRISTENSEN Berlin
NICK DAL SANTO Pcmbinc
Fond du Lac
Fond du Lac
JOHN HUSSEY Appleton
NANCY KEMPFERT Milwaukee
Fond du Lac
Fond du Lac
LA VERN SLOUP
MARY STEVENSON Berlin
JUNE SUKLING Fond du Lac
DONALD VAN HANDEL
RICHARD KURANOWICZ SALLY SCHULTZ
P (1ST (J R I) IIA TES
THOMAS J. CAHILL Fond du Lac SISTER MARY L. HERBER Oshkosh JOHN S. HOPPER Oshkosh CATHERINE KRUMRICH Oshkosh
Oshkosh EUGENE O'BRIEN
Mcnasha MARIAN SHAPIRO
DOROTHY OLSON JOHN SITTER
Oshkosh ROBERT SUBAT Albuquerque. N. Mcx. RUSSELL WILLIAMS
Page fifty-fivePage fifty-sixOONAID ABBS CHARLES ADAMS BARBARA AHRENS RON AKIN
JERRY ANDERSON MARLYN BARTELS CAROL BASEL KEITH BAUER
LOIS BAUMGARTNER KAY BECKER EUGENE BEDNAROWSKI MARY BLANCHETTE
DONNA BLANKENBURG CHARLES BODMER BARBARA BORN ROBERT BOUCKI
Page fifty-sevenEUGENE BUECHEt
JOANNE BUERO DIANE BUETOW
NED CAUIES MARY CASSIDY RONALD CHASE LOREN CISMOSKI
FRANCES CLARICH JANIS CLAY RODNEY COUGHLIN
MARY COULAHAN SHARON CRIMMINGS DIANE DeMOULIN DELMER DIECK
CAROL DOBERSTEIN EMIL DRAGAN AUDREY DROBER
Page fifty-eightPATRICIA DUNLAVY GARY EAGAN THOMAS EHIERT BETTY EllES
ROBERT EYERS RICHARD FARR GRACE FESSENDEN DONALD FLUNKER
BERNARD FRANKOWICK JOHN FRANK GERALD FRANZ
ERNEST FRIEBEl KATHLEEN FULLER MERTON FULWILER CAROL GARBE
PHILIP GATES NANCY GAUTHIER MARY GENDRON
Page fifty-nineKAY GILBERTSON
OONAID GOSZ PATSY GREGORY
MARY ANN GRUBER ROBERT GUEIZOW DENNIS GUSE
VERYl HAAS SEONE HADRICH ROBERT HAIL MARY HALVERSON
CAROLE HANNEMAN ELMER HANSEL NEIL HAVEL ART HEBNER
PATRICIA HENDRY SUZANNE HENNING GERALD HENRY
JAMES HERMAN ALYCE HERMANN CHRISTINE HEUER MARLENE HOOVET
GORDON HOFMAN WILLIAM HOGAN GERALD HOLSEN
MARDELLE HOSTETTLER DONNA HUBLI JANET HUCK FLOYD HUEBNER
KATHY HURLBUT JEAN IHLENFELDT TERRY INGRAM RAYMOND JAGER
Page sixty-oneROGER JAGER EDWARD JAGODINSKY R08ERT JAHN LOIS JASCHOB
SANDRA JENTZ VERA JESCH ROBERT JOHNSON
NANCY KEMPFERT CARMEN KERRY JACK KIEL
MARY ANN KIPP JUDITH KISER GEORGE KITZMAN MARLENE KLANN
NANCY KLIEFOTH CAROLYN KOBOSKI JUDY KOFFARNUS RUTH KOEHN
RAYMOND KOEPPEN EDWARD KORBISH MARILYN KRAUSE KAREN KROU
DALE KUIPER JOANNE LAES FRANCIS LAMB LARRY LARSON
JOAN LA VIOLETTE RUTH LEASE ALAN LEMERY
DIANE LEMKE SHELBY LEMKE ROBERT LETTENBERGER MARILYN LIESCH
HENRY LIPKE BARBARA LONG ROBERT LORENZ DAVID LUEBKE
Page sixty-threeRICHARD MACKNICK
BRUCE MADDY ANNETTE MATHIAS ROBERT MAULICK
JANICE MAURER JAMES MEATHIIN ROBERT MEISNER MARGARET METZ
ROBERT MINSKY MARLENE MISSLING RICHARD MITCHELL
JACQUELYN MOLUS MICHAEL MORGAN EDWARD MUELLER PAUL MURPHY
JOANN NAUMANN EVELYN NEITZEL JANET NICHOLS DENY O'CONNELL
Page sixty-fourTERRY OSTERMEIER JAMES OTTE FRED PAEPKE JOHN PAIMER
LOUISE PAULY JACQUELINE PETERS JACKIE PETERSON CAROL PEZl
RICHARD PIKE GAIL PLUTCHAK NOREITA PROCKNOW
MARY QUEVIlllON MARY LYNN RAFOTH BEN REEHL
CARLA REHBEIN JOHN RESZKA CARY REWAIT DANIEL RICHARDSON
PAUL ROETHEL CLIFFORD ROGERS CHARLES ROTH
NANCY ROUSE DENNISE RUPRECHT ROMELLE RUSCH RUTH ST. LOUIS
JEANETTE SCHMIDT RUTH ANN SCHMIDT WILLIAM SCHOENBERGER
HILBERT SCHULTZ RUTH SCHULTZ WAYNE SEILER SALLY SEINER
RICHARD SHEVELAND DON SHEPARD CAROLE SNIDER MARY SORENSON
Page sixty-sixLESLIE SOSINSKI ELEANORE SPINK DE ANNE STECKER PETER STEFFEN
ROBERT STEINIKE EARL STICKA ELMER STROHSCHINE MARCIA STROUF
ALICE SUCHARDA RICHARD TAHLIER OONA TEDESKO
MARY THIBADEAU MARY THIELMAN BETTY TRAUGOTT EARL TUTTLE
ANN VALITCHKA JANE VAN AKKEREN ROGER VINK ALFRED WEEDEN
DARYL WENDT CLARENCE WESTRA
JAMES WHEELER JOAN WILKE PATRICIA WILLIAMS PHILLIP WILMS
EUGENE WINKLER ANDREW WITTMAN RICHARD YOUNG
DAVID ZEHREN DARRELL ZIEBELl ANNA ZIMMERMAN
Cod's finger touched him. and he slept.
Virginia Geer was fatally injured in an automobile accident Saturday, February 8, 1958 near Oshkosh. Wisconsin.
Fatally injured in an automobile accident that occurred outside of Kaukauna, Wisconsin
were John Giesbers. who died Tuesday, February 18. 1958 and Ron Poqucttc. who died Thursday, February 20. 1958.
These young people are not only a loss to their class, but to the future.
Top Row: M. J. Tully. M. Schrocdcr, L. Zcntncr. B. Thomas. N1. Schwocrcr, M. L. Snyder.
Bottom Row: M. Stcckbaucr. H. WywialowsKi. A. Will. K. Sampson. J. Swan. A. Stem.
Top Row: J. Lceftink, A. Hable, D. Lang, J. Kubale, E. Strade. W. Lindgrcn.
Bottom Row: B. Kubale, R. Haen, P. Galikowski. B. Hedrich. L. Kautzcr, R. Gerber.
Top Row: P. Sullivan. C. Balnis. M. Raducnz, C. Schmidt. D. Scholovich. G. Tecla.
Bottom, Row: D. Ponce. M. Stark. K. Schwaab. L. Wildcnbcrg. J. Thalhofer.
Top Row: D. Gauger. R. Johnson. G. Port. R. Hanson, C. Schultz. H. Cox.
Bottom Row: V. Bartz, J. Dyken, D. Kuethcr, R. Joslin. J. King. R. Cuff.
Top Row: C. Weicr. J. Wolf. J. V. Hogcn. I). Weisser, B. White. T. Weeks.
Bottom Row: J. Wittig. B. Wenzel. W. Werch. M. Vross. J. Weber.
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Top Row: M. Weber, B. Collins, K. Novshck, B. Luebke, S. Steinfort, T. Dempsey.
Bottom Row: C. Gcrlach, M. Albert, N. Barkow, K. Gjcrmundson, D. Dcimcr, A. Dixon. •
Top Row: J. Masaros. L. Schmitz, T. Mackin. W. Bolcr, P. Lcarmann, J. Lorenz.
Bottom Row: T. Tighc. J. Andrews, M. E. Bastar. J. Roller, B. J. McAllister, L. Writt.
Top Row: J. Paffcnroth, R. Page, J. Ramm. D. Linscr, D. Laedtke, K. Ncuscr.
Bottom Row: J. Perdue, M. J. Pittlcr. M. Polomis, D. Nichoff, M. Lentz, N. Pfistcr.
Top Row: H. Miller, B. Halle. R. Crombic. W. Miclkc, K. Priebc, J. Prindivillc.
Bottom Row: P. Welch. C. Ihrkc. B. Armstrong. L. Mueller. D. Zarndt.
Top Row: M. Dicdrich, H. Gabert. R. I.ucbkc. K. Keeler. G. Muenster, B. Ziebcll.
Bottom Row: E. Sippcl. N. Blucmkc, R. C. Guenther Jr.. K. Tabbert, K. Russell.
Top Row: E. McEnrol. R. Wituckc. N. Martcnscn. D. Rictz. T. Mitlin, R. Grams.
Bottom Row: F. Davel, P. Gould. P. Ullspcrgcr. S. Buchholz. M. J. Dhcin. R. Woclfcl.
Top Row: A. Laucrsdorf, M. Mastcrson, L. Mandcrficld, J. Miller, E. L.citinger. H. Owens.
Bottom Row: P. Piepcnburg. M. Miller. R. Knight, T. Endcrs, W. Maxted, J. Miller.
Top Row: W. Rcincrt, C. Prashcr. N. Rcichcnbcrgcr, M. Sachs, J. Schraa. O. Pautmann.
RoKom Row: D. Spaulding. J. Majnarich. H. Wcathcrwax. J. Schramm. G. Popp. B. RufTalo.
Top Row: K. Auger. S. Czich. B. J. Novotny. S. Bauer. K. Atkins. D. Zimmerman.
Bottom Row: C. Engbretson. S. Brownson. M. Kottke. B. Kuronwicz, D. Kober, A. Cocncn.
Page seventy-fiveRom 1-Left: M. Sosnoski. J. Tank. J. Jones. M. Ullrich. P. Schulz. J. Peachey. K. Johnson.
Rom 11-Left: G. Nerenhausen. M. Wiesner. D. Kohl. L. Schreibcr. P. Wegener. T. Holewinski.
Rom Ill-Left: M. Nolan. D. Jorgensen. L. Koenigs. M. Rcspaljc. J. Stratz. K. Slate. D. Van Straten.
Rom 1-Left: K. Felsner. B. Polansky. K. Foley. J. Brink. S. Dcloria. B. Ley son. J. Pappe.
Rom 11-Left: J. Hook. R. Langholz. H. Riley. B. Soginski. M. Raduenz. P. Day.
Rom Ill-Left: G. Christianson. N. Buck. D. Hendry. P. Hansen. N. Lewellyn, G. Ehman. W. Kinas.
Rom 1-Left: J. Wiersma. D. Rocscr, G. La Frombois, J. Spindlcr, L. Tubbs.
Rom 11-Left: G. Strick. G. Steffen. A. O’Neill. P. Obcrsiadt. J. Riedeman. N. Davies.
Kom Ill-Left: B. Griffith. D. Pokrandt. J. Worthen. B. Smith, C. Sibley. B. Abraham. S. Rhyner.
Page seventy-sixRow l-l.cft: VJ. Kirk. J. Hinc.sh. V. Albert. C. Grcsch. M. Hartzheim. C. I.ucck. A. Bremer.
Row Ill-Left: Ci. Drum my. S. Burnton. N. Jahns. N. Gehrig. J. Jones. M. Jeske. S. Huibregtse.
Row Ill-Left: T. Dunlavy. R. Finnegan. D. Schucttpelz. G. Kons. C. Buchman. R. Flcischman. W. Herminath.
Row 1-Left: D. Scybold. P. Chupita. B. Hamilton. J. Miller. A. Mrozinski. V. Rieves. R. Connolly.
Row 11-Left: A. Buth. K. Obenberger. S. Hoppe. S. Dahlke. K. Bossenbroek. J. Kroll. N. Loomans.
Row 11-Left: D. Johnson. L. Klausch. W. McKinley. C. Mohs. R. Draeger. M. J. Clark. L. S. Mohseni.
Row l-l.cft: J. Franzke. S. Dcllger. C. Humbcl. J. Brandt. M. Huberty. S. Huck. M. Blazck.
Row 11-Left: S. Bcardcr. N. Jagodinski. H. Armstrong. J. Higby. M. J. Krueger. C. Sheppard.
Row Ill-Left: A. McOlask. S. Fisher. R. Wiesner. R. Du Bois. T. Klinker. R. Mulroy. J. Griesbach.
Page seventy-sevenRow I-Lcfl: S. Schocpkc. N. Wendtland. B. Sondallc. B. Wilson. D. Stuckc. J. Rent . J. Sicvcrs.
Row Il-I eft: S. Spicgclbcrg. M. Sicja. J. Zimmerman. S. Ritchie. C. Witt. E. Schroder, M. Conrad.
Row lll l.cft: T. Wiseman. P. Pockat. D. Schicssl. R Williams. G. Zimmerman. J. Van Dyke. E. Zaiscr.
Row I-I.eft: J. Noel. M. Fordham. M. Sickingcr. S. Smith. M. Mcrsch. M. Rietz. M. Maas.
Row IM.eft: B. I.uczak. K. Schrtiber. N. Wavrunck. K. Stoddart. F. Dibble. N. I.ea. C. King Row 111-I.cft: H. Mcllum. D. Mcllum. E. Rocdc. R. Kocck. W. Schwantcs. D. Roc.
Row M.efl: Row ll-I.eft:
I. Christensen. J. Juedes. B. Kirk. M. Davidson. J. I.artz. M. Hupke. C. Hamilton. R. Koch. K. Rasmussen. C‘. Huebner. C. M. Schulz. M. Rothcnbach. A. N. Resheske W. Stowe.
J. Micholic. J. Wissmann. H. Cramer. T. Dclamatert. E. Jisa. W. Focsch. T. Hughes.
Page seventy-eightRow I-I.cfl: Row IM.eft: Row lll-l.cft: Row IV-I.efl:
S. Springer. M. Whiling. E. Rcichardi. V. Danielson. M. Horsier.
D. Grovogel. C. Kroll. N. Raisler. K. Stark. B. Schultz. R. Grucizman.
R. Curran. I . Trudcll. H. J. Herb. R. Mclbcrg. R. Werdin. J. Anncn.
R. Braun. R. Bantcl. D. Gunz. I.. Marohn. L. Gruencbcrg. T. Scnerancc.
And now to study?!!!
Even Sandy’s teddy bear is welcomed back at the beginning of the school year!
IION (IRS II 1V
Carol Schmidt receiving jhc Oshkosh Council of Catholic Women Scholarship.
Jim Otic receiving the lota Alpha Sigma Scholarship.
Sharlyn Miller and Annette Smith arc recipients of the Oshkosh Branch American Association of University Women Scholarships.
David Zern receiving the Nile Behneke Art Scholarship.
On May 13, 1958, the Honors Day Assembly, sponsored by Phi Beta Sigma, was held in the Little Theatre. Dr. Philip N. Joranson spoke on "America's Rising Tide of Intellectual Curiosity: A New Climate for New Teachers".
Honors Day Assembly is held annually and its main purpose is to recognize and award students with honors and scholarships for their scholastic achievement.
The Phoenix Trophy, for the highest society
scholastic achievement, went to Lambda Chi; second place Alethean and third place Delta Phi. Other scholarships, not pictured, were presented to Marylyn Liesch. Shirley Schocphocstcr. Diane Lemke, Carol Schmidt. Mary Halverson, Diane Stucke. Larry Kramsch, Barbara Ahrens, Virginia Albert, Phyllis Gould. Joan Heller, Judy Swan, Karen Winters, Sue Boeder, Ardis Kritz, Patricia Wegener, Margaret Sicja, Daniel Cowan, and Ronald Day.
Page eightyIIII Til Ell’S DAY TEA
The annual Mothers Day program, sponsored by Women's Association, began at 2:00 p.m. in the Little Theatre, and included the presentation of the highest ranking woman's play from the play contest. The Powers That Be, by
General chairmen of Iota Alpha Sigma's Songfest were William Reincrt and Kenneth Ncuscr. This annual event was held May 16 and 17 at the Little Theatre. Some of the selections that were entered are as follows: Alcthean —“Seventy-six Trombones”; Delta Phi—a medley of “Hans Christian Anderson" tunes; Gamma Sigma—"Seasons Through Song"; Kappa Gamma—a medley from "My Fair Lady"; Lambda
Alcthean. The program also included modern dance selections and vocal solos by Karen Winters.
Following the program, a tea was held on the tennis courts behind Radford Hall.
Chi—"The Halls of Ivy”; Lyceum—“Battle Hymm of the Republic"; Phoenix—"Let My People Go”; Psi Epsilon—"Blue Moon"; and Philakean—“The Three Bells".
Proceeds go for a scholarship to be given to some worthy Junior boy. The recipient of this year's scholarship went to Jim Ottc.
Page eighty-oneFrom sunrise to sunset, the Indian tribe worked to maintain its independent way of life; but pleasure was not unknown to them. Upon the return of the warriors and the hunting parties, the chief summoned his people together in a day of social activity and feasting. Maidens and braves danced to the steady beat of the tom-toms, singing praises to their gods on this great feast day.
So too. the word pleasure is not unknown to OSC students. The sororities, fraternities and other societies on our campus summoned their members to combine their skills of cooperation, organization, and leadership in order to present a socially enjoyable school year.
Page eighty-twoRow 1: M. Schrocder. L. Jaschob. C. Penkoskc. F. Spink. B. Long. S. Miller. A. Krilz
Row 2: M. Konrad. S. Rice. F. Slufik. A. Blanchcltc. M. Hostctllcr. A. Tully. ,V1. Cornelius. M. Halverson. A. Sucharda. I). Kloppman
Row 3: J. Heller. S. Hunter. G. Fessenden. B. Dauplaisc. M. Strouf. M. Raduen . J. Peterson. D. Tcdcsko. C. Balnis. J. Swan. M. Gruber
i l n t ii i: I HI
.. President..............................Carol Penkoske
Vice President.......................Judy Swan
. . Secretary..............................Grace Fessenden
. . Treasurer.................Marilyn Schrocder
.. Historian................................Mary Halverson
. Custodian...................Jacqueline Peters
.. Advisors........................Miss Overton
First Semester Mary Konrad Aundra Tully Marcia Strouf . .. Marilyn Schrocder Eleanor Spink . . .
Page eighty-fourThe Alcthcan sorority voiced true words on their Homecoming float. “Victory in Our Arms." tor even as OSC's football game was successful, so did this sorority's candidate for Homecoming queen. Marcia Strouf. gain success.
This sorority found much pleasure in sponsoring the Christmas formal and the Sweetheart of OSC contest for the student body.
I.ois Jaschob led her sisters to another victory, and they were rewarded with the basketball championship of the WRA tournament.
The Vod-Vil entry. “The Alethean l ollies of the iy2()’s.“ will bring many happy memories to the participants.
Just as various clans joined together so Alethean has joined together with Philakean, her brother fraternity and they have worked hard with one another for many years participating in various activities. For many moons to come, these two societies will renew with laughter the good times had in the past and will hope that the future will bring more of the same.
‘The Egg and Eye" was the theme, and the setting was the Alethean Farm at the 1958 Campus Carnival.
Judy Swan and Ardis Kritz of Alethean entertain Gail Koech. a rushce, at their informal rushing party . . . the I. Alethean Cafe.
Row I: P. Bucro. P. Goldsmith. I). Amend. B. Nellis. J. Reidmann. H. Wywialowski. S. Raatz
Row 2: B. Smith. J. Vanke. I£. Hiley. J. Peterson. A. Peterson. I . Oberstadt, J. Kroll.
I L I'll 1 I
.. President....................Jackie Peterson
Vice President................Karen Bossenbrok
. . Secretary...................Myrtle Williams
. . Treasurer.................Helen Wywialowski
. . Historian....................Elaine Hiley
.. Advisor.......................Miss Stewart
First Semester Diane Amend
Page eighty-sixAlpha Chi began their activities in October by submitting the theme. “Dial lor Victory” in the Homecoming parade. Their Homecoming chairman this year was Barbara King.
In December the society displayed their C hristmas spirit as they went caroling at the I adics Benevolent Society. I hey later enjoyed a Christmas party at the home of their advisor. Miss Stewart.
Alpha Chi members chose Helen Wywialowski and Barbara Nclis as their first semester student council representatives. Second semester, they were represented by Jean Reideman and Helen Wywialowski.
A Rural Play Day was presented in the spring by the prospective teachers. The society concluded the year with their annual picnic.
Decorating Ihe bulletin board is one of the many projects that Alpha Chi docs throughout the year.
Alpha Chi members look over the order of business before their meeting.Row I: V. Haas. K. Fuller. K. Gilbertson. J. Perdue. C. Pollard. R. Schultz. S. Croncc.
Row 2: R. Knight. H. Weatherwax. A. Stern. J. Schramm. J. Majnarich. J. Ramm. C. Heur. M. Welch. R. Lease. V. Jesch
Row 3; R. St. Louis, S. Seiner. M. Missling, C. Jagodinski. S. Buchhol . M. Sachs, L. Mander-ficld. D. Deimer. K. Gjermundsen. J. Hclgeson
ii i: i, t i mii
. . President........................Martha Welch
Vice President....................Christine Huer
. . Secretary...............Janice Helgeson
. Treasurer............................Judy Perdue
. . Historian..........................Ruth Knight
. . Custodian...............Hope Weatherwax
.. Advisor......................Miss Martin
Jacquelyn Molus . Martha Welch .. .
Sharon Buchholz . Lucille Mandcrficld Miss Martin.......
Page eighty-eightDella Phi started the year with a win for their Homecoming float “Make the Blugolds See Red." The float cntr was awarded third place. Annette Stern was chairman for the eveni.
lota. Delta Phi’s brother fraternity, and Delta Phi joined hands in presenting the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. These organizations not only enjoy the activities they sponsor together, but have a long established and growing friendship. Delta Phi also shared the sponsorship duties of “Sweethearts in Pastel.”
"Chattanooga Choo-Choo" was the colorful entry in Vod-Vil. Judy Perdue and Kay Gerniundson shared the leadership duties in this event.
The play "Love is Like That" was chosen for the Play Contest and was directed b Kay Gilbertson and Donna Diemer.
Ruth Knight was director for the Delta Phi Songfest entry. The sorority combined voices in a medley of songs from the the movie “Hans Christian Andersen."
Many new and old students of OSC yet acquainted during Round Robin Rushing.
Formal Rushing in the Club Room of the Alethearn Hotel.Row I: S. Johnson. P. Dunlavy. M. Willgosh. D. Hensel. L. Fitzgerrald, J. Huck.
M. Thibadcau. M. Kusta Row 2: V. Games. M. Hocvci. J. Kollcr. T. Warhanck, J. Doll. J. Sargcni. N. Abrahamson.
M. Audit. M. Dupies, D. Hohcnstcin Row 3: L. Roscoc. G. Plutchak. D. Scholovich. M. Hoverson. M. Bork. A. Haanen, K. Kroll. C. Rchbcin. M. Dhcin. M. Miller. M. Lawless. N. Enz. B. Lchcr. D. Dohrman
First Semester Diantha Dohrman Gail Plutchak . . Dorothy Hensel . Mary Dupies Barbara Lcher . . .
Miss Hubbard . .
. . President . . Vice President . . Secretary . .
. . Treasurer . . . . Historian . .
. Custodian . . . . Advisor . . .
. .. . Gail Plutchak Nancy Abrahamson . . . . Carla Rchbcin
. Diantha Doiirman
. . . . Miss Hubbard
Page ninetyGamma Sigma members began the school year by putting their active imaginations to work and winning second prize in the Homecoming float entries with the clever theme. “We Give Blugold Stamps.” Janet Koller was in charge of the float preparations.
A Figi Island party joined Gumma Sigma with their brother fraternity Peri-clean. Hie tropical atmosphere hinted of palm trees and coconuts, with sarongs the dominant attire of the evening.
Gamma Sigma gained second place in the WRA volleyball tournament under the capable leadership of Margaret Lawless.
A new theme was chosen for this year's informal rushing. Rushees wearing favorite pajamas were entertained in “Dreamland.” Formal rushing was held at The Legion on the Lake.
To complete another eventful year this society chose the very dramatic play "Undertow” as their entry in Play Contest.
"Pick ’Em and Paini 'Em" was the theme chosen by Gamma Sigma for Campus Carnival.
Formal Rushing at the American Legion.
Page ninety-oneRow 1: W. Rcincrt. D. Butts. J. Stccher. A. Runkcl. J. Prindiville. R. Hildcbrandt. J. Kleiber, W. Zcamcr
Row 2: Dr. Ferguson. R. lahlier. F. Bucchcl, K. Schwoab. H. Corbett. K. Auger. D. Spalding.
D. Gusc. J. Hanley
Row 3: R. Buffalo. A. HafTner. D. I.acdke. E. Huberty, O. Rungc. D. Dittloff. D. Zicbcll. C. Bodmer. B. Blinder. J. Macs. K. Ncuscr. M. Gieryic
1 llil Officers
First Semester Second Semester
Donald Butts . . Vice President
Terry Ostcrmcier . . .
Page ninety-twolota participated in Lyceum's Vod-Vil for their tenth consecutive year and deserved another “leather in their band" for earning third place with “The Steve Welknic Show."
Homecoming was a busy time for Lyceum. With pep. vim. and vigor this organization brought to their chosen candidate. Lorna Roeder. a seat in the Homecoming Court and also gained honorable mention for their float.
"Chick C'hantz" brought first place honors to the esteemed Iota line, as their Campus Carnival booth challenged the markmanship of the crowd. Live baby chicks were awarded to the winners.
Lighteen years ago lota sponsored the first Song Festival. This spring, the fraternity again presented honors to those societies with vocal skill.
tola's "C hick Chance" paid off wiih lirsi place for Campus Carnival.
Muhba! Hubba! Who’s ihe lubba?! Iota reall went all oii» for our 1957 Homecoming.
Page ninety-threeRow 1: N. Gauthier. P. Berg. V. Bartz. C. Schmidt. B. Brochm. B. Bohne. P. Grcisch, J. Dorn
Row 2: M. Krause. B. Born. M. Firchammcr. J. LaViolettc. V. Lceftink. J. She pro. J. Lust.
M. Ryan, N. Rouse. M. Thiclman
Row 3: S. Brow-nson. D. Hubli. M. Sobciskc. S. Crimmings. D. Ponce. P. Hendry. M. Feld man. K. Becker. J. Weber
Row 4: I.. Pauly. S. Kahl. J. l.ccftink. M. Reese. M. Sorenson
k i l First Semester IM 1,1 Officers N 11 1 Second Semester
Joan LaViolettc Mary Lou Reese
Joanne Shepro . . . Joanne Shepro
Mary Sorenson Historian .... . Janna Lceftink
Barbara Born Custodian . . . . ... Virginia Bartz
Mrs. Toland .... Mrs. Toland
Page ninety-fourThe year began for Kappa Gamma with informal rushing at Pollock House. The first semester formal rushing was a potluck supper held at Jim Kile's.
Vod-Vil first place honors went to the Kappa Gamma sorority for their performance of "Paunchy Pete and his Performing Puppets." Rccnc Ryan directed the group.
In the WRA tournament. Kappa Gamma won second place in volleyball competition under the leadership of Barbara Born. Their basketball team was guided by Judy Lust.
Many worthy activities are sponsored annually by sororities and fraternities. One of these activities is Play Contest sponsored by Kappa Gamma. This year Beverly Broehm and Mary Feldman worked together as co-chairmen. The proceeds were used for a scholarship awarded to a worthy junior girl.
Kappa Gamma and her sister sorority Lambda Chi ended another school year with a barbecue.
We d just like to ask the Kappa Gamma girls one question . . . How many feet in a mile?!
The Alumnae Homecoming Luncheon. Looks like a good time was had by all.
Page ninety-fiveRom I: Rom 2: Rom 3:
M. Wenzel, B. Bucchcl, C. Gcrlach. C. Prashcr. B. Wenzel. B. Kubalc, K. Heydon. P. Heinzen
C. Hanneman. C. Kerry. R. Cuff. W. Maxted, M. Wagner. C. Gould. J. VanAkkeren, J. Kiser. A. Ackcrcr. N. Pfistcr. S. Jentz
Dr. Marble. B. Hlavachck. P. Gregory. I., Boeder. D. Blankcnburg, C. Neuman. B. Eiles. N. Procknow. M. Bock. P. Ullspcrgcr. J. Russell. A. Shane, M. Coulahan
First Semester Audrey Shane . .
Wenda Maxted . Nancy Pfistcr . . . Carol Gerlach . . Betty Hlavachck Dr. Marble
. . President . . Vice President . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . Historian . . . . Custodian .
. . Advisor . .
Second Semester Carmen Kerry Pat Ullspcrgcr . . Pat Gregory . Nancy Pfistcr . Sandra Jentz . Carol Gould . . Dr. Marble
Page ninety-sixLambda Chi opened the year with two Homecoming Queen candidates from the sorority obtaining seats in the court of honor. They were Audrey Shane sponsored by Lambda Chi and Lorna Roeder sponsored by lota.
Co-chairmen. Carol Hanneman and Carmen Kerry directed Lambda Chi down the path of “Destination — Hsokhso" which led them to the second place in Vod-Vil competition.
It was certainly a pleasure to see all the happy faces of the children from the Elizabeth Batchclder Davis Childrens Home enjoying themselves at Campus Carnival which seems to get bigger and better every year. The proceeds go to some worthwhile project or to charity.
To end the year the Songfest presentation was conducted by Donna Blanken-burg; and Carmen Kerry, with the assistance of Rita CufT. directed the Play Contest entry.
Lambda Chi entertains a group of rushccs during Round Robin.
Du does everything"
Pane ninety-se veilRow I: R. Young. A. Geimcr. H. Fcnske. F. Pacpkc. F. Davcl. H. Seal. R. Grill. I.. Writl
Row 2: A. Lcmcry. G. Mohr. R. Hanson. R. Johnson. D. Krause. I.. Smith. B. Guelzow. R. Ncwhousc. R Gomoll. C. C oschkc. R. Harry
L V (■ E11 M Officers
First Semester Ron Grill Robert Hanson . Robert Gomoll . Al Lauersdorf . . Mr. Brismaster . President Vice President .. . . Secret or v-T reasurer Advisors Second Semester Harold Seal Robert Gomoll Alan Lcmery Chester Czoschkc Mr. Thompson
Page ninety-eightLyceum's Homecoming war chant was a loud “Squash the E’Claires.” This cry was proclaimed on their float entry, which was headed by Dave Harmsen and Bob Guet ou.
This fraternity’s "Patience and Prudence plus two" act produced many "pow wows" of praise after their successful Vod-Vil show went on this fall. Proceeds of their sponsored event went into a scholarship fund which is presented to a male junior who is active in athletics and school activities.
This organization also proved themselves to be highly skilled in sports as they captured first place in the intramural basketball contest.
The third chant of Lyceum's year was. "Drop the Drawers." This original Campus Carnival booth was judged to be worthy of second place.
The play contest selection that Lyceum chose for the year was “Submerged.” a very dramatic and highly tensed play, directed by Richard Young.
One of the many excellent floats put out by the frats during Homecoming was Lyceum’s "Squash The E’Claires.”
Dick Young gives his cast a few pointers during one of the many rehearsals before Play Contest.
Page ninety-nineRow I: R. Rocber. R. Akin. W. Hogan. J. Lettenbcrgcr. D. Halverson. J. One. K. Vander Velden. D. Stcinhach
Row 2: J. Griesbach. C. Wcyers. N. Calics. T. Weeks. K. Klein. !.. Larsen. J. Harkc.
C. Kindstrom, R. Gilligan. D. Flanker. G. Highldudis
l» E IN C L E 11
George Hightdudis..................President ..
James Otte......................Vice President
Donald Halverson...................Secretary . .
Richard Roebcr.....................Treasurer . .
Mr. Snowden........................Advisor ...
Donald Halverson .... James Otte James Griesbach . Richard Roebcr . Mr. Hutchinson
Page one hundredPcriclcan's “peace pipe” of welcome was passed from hand to hand upon the acceptance of new members. The ritual was repeated when the alumni reunited after this year's Homecoming game.
I wo teams bearing sports skill entered the Intramural contests. Their "Kangaroos.” a well deserved team, won the volleyball crown.
rhe new camping grounds of "Space Olympics” was viewed by Campus Carnival participants and new creatures created by Pcriclcan's members were shown to the public for the first time.
Periclean helped to sponsor the "Sweethearts in Pastel” formal and entered songfest.
For many years this organization has helped to work for better relationships not only with other fraternities and sororities but with the entire school on campus.
O' (That’s all wc'vc got to say about this one.)
Page one hundred-oneRow 1: R. Lewis. G. Henry. B. Bitter. J. Frailish. T. Cowling. J. Megathlin
Row 2: J. Stockinger. D. Brey. Mr. Zahalka. Mr Puz o, P. StelTcn, H. Noe. J. Hopper. P. Gore. J. Kircher
I' III UK L 11
Kirs! Semester Second Semester
John Stockinger....................President......................Donald Brey
Peter Steffen...................Vice President....................Tom Cowling
John Hopper........................Secretary....................James Megathlin
Gerald Henry.......................Treasurer....................James Fralish
Donald Brey........................Historian......................Robert Bitter
Mr. Zahalka........................Advisors.................................Mr. Puzzo
Page one hundred-twoPhilakean opened the college year with an informal rushing party. This was followed by a formal rushing party, held the second semester at the Town House. Bob Bitter was Pledge Master for the second semester.
The fraternity served as co-sponsor of the Harvest Ball which was held this year in the place of the usual Masked Ball. The dance proved to be very successful and everyone is looking forward to it again next year.
Philakean also helped sponsor the annual Christmas formal. “Winter Wonderland."
“Launch ’em" was the original theme chosen for their Homecoming float. Philakean participated in Campus Carnival under the guidance of Dick Lewis. They also took part in Play Contest under the direction of Peter Steffen.
OSC’s first contribution in the race for space!
You’d think somebody was taking their picture!!!
Page one hundred-threeRow I: L. Shimck. D. DcMoulin, J. Yankc, C. Kobaski. N. Klicforih, N. Gricwisch, S. I.emkc. L. Baumgartner
Ro» 2: N. Barkow. K. Novshek. E. Leitinger. M. 1 iesch. S. Schultz. C. Pezl, J. Nichols.
D. NichofT. D. Bcutow. M. Raforth Row J: B. Ahrens. D. Kit ingcr. R. Cierber. M. Polomis, M. Lentz, R. Schmidt. J. Wilke. R. Rusch. S. Schocpocstcr. S. Parker. K. Keller. E. Knight
First Semester Second Semester
Carol Pezl...........................President................... Marilyn Liesch
Deanne DeMoulin ..................Vice President.................Barbara Ahrens
Jean Wilke...........................Secretary....................Donna NiehofT
Martha Lentz.........................Treasurer....................Martha Lentz
Kathy Keller........................Historian..................Ruth Ann Schmidt
Janet Nichols........................Custodian..................Rochelle Gerber
Miss Nasgowitz.........................Advisor...................Miss Nasgowitz
Page one hundred-four“It’s No Gamble. It’s a Win” was the slogan displayed on the Homecoming float by Phoenix. Following the parade the members entertained their alumni at a banquet held at the Legion.
Janet Nichols directed the sorority in Vod-Vil with the theme “Central Park.”
The sorority sponsored Jim Wheeler as their candidate for Ugly Man.
During the Christmas holidays the group displayed their good will as they went caroling at the Sunnyview Sanitarium and at the County Home.
“Ring The Thing" brought a third place victory during Campus Carnival.
Phoenix also participated in Songfest with Ellen Knight and Kathy Keller as co-directors. Carolyn Koboski and Shelby Lcmke served as the co-directors of Play Contest.
"Ring The t iling” broughi Phoenix a third place for Campus Carnival.
Barb Ahrens tells about past events in which Phoenix has participated at their informal rushing.
Page one hundred-fivePRESIDENTS
Row I-I.cft: K. Gilbertson. M. Ryan. C. Jagodinski. J. l.aViolettc.
Row ll-I.eft: R. Harry. R. Hanson. V. Games. R. Crombic. P. Steffen.
First semester Gail Plutchak
Second semester Richard Harry
Pan-Hclicnic is a new organization for members of our sororities and fraternities. This is the high bench of appeals provided for these societies. Each group has two representatives, one of the two being elected each semester.
Twice a month problems are discussed. Progress is their pass word. This year the pioneer organization established a new sorority on campus and converted our spring dance into a Valentine formal.
Row l-I.cft: G. Plutchak. M. Licsch. i. VanAkkcrcn. L. Jaschob.
Row ll-I.eft: D. Flunker. C. Pcnko kc. S. Lemkc. i. Stockingcr. D.
Blankcnburg. H. Corbett.
Pa fie one hundred-sixWHO'S WHO
Top Row: S. Hunter. M. Firehammer. E. Hansen. D. Werner. R. Newton.
E. Knight. A. Shane.
Bottom Row: f. Konrad. M. Ryan. B. Wajahn. B. Bennett. M. Wagner.
Top Row: M. Fcldmann. C. Lehman. C. Turozynski. M. Haas. B. Hlavachck.
Bottom Row: W. Roever. D. Dohrman. D. Fictum. Shirley Hoverson, C. Jagodinski.
Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges? Twenty-five of the listed leaders arc from our own college campus. The honor bestowed upon these seniors is given after much consideration and elimination. Activities and grade points were studied by the Honor Committee and faculty members voted for the students they believed were best qualified.
Page one hundred-sevenRow 1-l.cfl: W. Rocvcr. N1. Konrad. S. Hunter. M. Daggett. M. Sorenson. E. Knight. E. Hlavachek.
B Ahrens. M. Firchammcr.
Row- IM.efl: C Jagodinski. K. Kroll. B. Files. M
Row lll-l.efi: I) Johnson. D. Karrcls. E. Hiley. Row IV-Lcfl: B Bamberg. E. Hansen. P. Roelhcl.
Kappa Delta Phi. a national honor society, was established at Wisconsin State College at Oshkosh twenty-six years ago. Its purpose is to encourage high professional standards in the teaching field.
One of Kappa Delta Phi s big events of the year was held in January. Twenty faculty members. twenty-one old members and thirty-seven new members, plus honorary member. Mr. J. K. Johnson, gathered around the initiation banquet table to hear “Integration in Education." by Dr. Robb Taylor of the University of Wisconsin.
I iewh. S. (irotu. M. Haas. A. Shane. D. Buciow.
K. Ru.sch. R. Newton. M. Hovcrson. D. Bennett. F. I amb. I. O Hearn. D. Gusc. I) Werner.
Their bond between people in the educational field was more closely secured when five students attended the twenty-first Biennial Convocation in Chicago.
This society also sponsors a fifty dollar scholarship to be given to a junior member of Kappa Delta Phi.
Officers of this organization arc: Pres., Mary Feldmann; V.P., Shirlenc Johnson; Sec., Ellen Knight; Treas.. Carol Jagodinski; Reporter. Kathleen Keller; and Advisor. Mr. J. K. Johnson.
Page one hundred-nineALPHA Nil II HU
Row l-I.cft: A. Gcimer. S. Scibold. T. Severance. L. Mitchell. D. Wendt. J. Megathlin.
Row IM.cft: F. Paepke. L. Sorinski. R. Ruffalo. C. Ihrke. R. Eickhoff. P. Day. T. Skarvan.
Row lll-l.eft: H. Owens. R. Mitchell. J. Roth. E. Mueller. Mr. Pyle. D. Zarndt. C. Westra. G. Bauer.
Row IV.Left: D. Reagan. J. Kelly. R. Brcault. W. Stowe. B. Cudahy, J. Llewellyn. C. Roth. Jr.
r P p
Al Gcimer and Harlan Owens set the pace for A.P.O.’s projects which lead to the "joining of college men in fellowship and service to the college, nation and to the community.” The forty active members and eighteen pledges have surely "followed the ways of their people" in that respect. Here are a few of the events Wisconsin State College at Oshkosh would not have without the industry of Alpha Phi Omega: Homecoming parade. Ugly Man Contest and the Blood Drive.
See.. Jim Megathlin: Treas.. Jim Roth: V.P.. Charles Roth: Alumni See.. Fred Paepke: Pres.. AI Giemcr.
V.P.. Jim Megathlin: Treas.. Jim Roth, Recording See.. Dick Mitchell: Pres.. Harlan Owens: Corresponding See.. Bob Ruffalo: Sergeant at Arms. Gerald Bauer; Historian. Tom Sever-cncc.
Pu e one hundred-tenCIRCLE k
Row I-Left: D. Wegchaupi. C. Bodmer. K. Mueller. F. l amb. I. Huberty.
Row ll-l.cft: l . Lucbke. R. Crombie. R. Harry. G. Prindiville. E. Winkler. J. Perdue. R. Bodart.
OFFICERS V.P.. Richard Harry Trcas.. Francis Lamb Pres.. Kenneth Mueller Sec.. Eugene Winkler
Circle K. a service organization on our campus, began in 1955. This society was organized in order to promote closer campus-community relations.
They are the fellows responsible for the spotlight action on the flag and the gym’s concession stand.
This service organization is partially responsible for our OSC cheering section, for they have treated children of the local Children’s Home to basketball games.
Page one hundred-elevenHow I-Lcft: J. Peters. J. Hclgcson. J. Swan. P. Gould. J. Kelley. C. Prashcr.
How ll-l.cft: M. Schrocdcr. B. Eilcs, E. Spink. M. Strouf. B. Ncliv
Row Ill-Left: D. Brey. M. Lentz. K. Schreibcr. F. Dibble. J. Jones. H. Wywialowski.
Row IV-I.eft: T. O'Hearn. W. Bolcr. L. .Schocnrock. D. Newhousc. R. Crombic. A. I.aucrsdorf.
Thirty-seven students have spent many long hours for the divisions of this college so they may be well represented.
Their main business of the year was to aid in providing a satisfactory student lounge program for Wisconsin State College at Oshkosh. A couple of extra handclaps may be added toward the success of that project.
Election campaigns went into full swing at the beginning of second semester and resulted in a great increase in the number of votes cast, as compared with previous years.
Officers: Alan Lemery and David Steinbach. Presidents; David Steinbach and Richard Crombic. Vice Presidents; Eleanor Spink and Marilyn Schroedcr. Sec.-Treasurers. Dean Thedinga presided as faculty advisor.
Page one hundred-twelveSOCIAL LIF E
Too often we have a tendency to take for granted many of the social doings that we have on campus. How-Row I-I.eft: M. Schwocrcr, K. Frederick. C. Norion. K. Fuller, ever, there is a group on this campus
Row Il-I.eft: D. l ahlicr" c'. Kerry. R. C»(T. K. Heydon, N. ,hat doCS ,ake ,ime 10 Plan
Abrahamson. R. Johnson. social functions for OSC students.
The fifteen representatives of Social Life keep our campus activities in good health. They have sponsored various activities such as the Sunday night movies, all-school mixer dances and the prom.
This committee is truly the unseen, unheard group that tries to keep the students happy at Wisconsin State College at Oshkosh.
Row 1-l.efl: C. Gcrlach. I). Schmidt.
D. Dicmcr. R. Cuff.
Row Il-I.eft: B. Thomas. B. Bohne. J. Perdue.
Row Ill-Left: T. Enders. N. Pfistcr. B. Kubalc.
Row I-I.cft: V. Bartz. L. Pfeiffer. J. Heller.
M. Bastar. N. Kempfert.
Row Il-I.eft: C. Hcucr. M. Hoverson. M.
Sachs. L. Pauly. S. Croncc. Row Ill-Left: M. Lawless. C. Huebner. K.
Gjermundson. 1. Krauas. B. Traugott.
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An innovation on campus is the Honor Residents. Their duties began in the fall of 1956.
Honor residents work with the housemothers in helping to carry out the regulations for women students. The Central Council acts as a disciplinary committee to hear infractions of the rules and to decide the penalities to be imposed.
Page one hundred-thirteenRow M.cft: N. Klicnfoth, M. Kaaiz. M. Hovet. K. Gjcrmundscn.
Row 11-left: K. Tabbcri. M. Thiclman. L. Roeder.
All coeds become members of the Women's Association as soon as they pay the membership dues on registration day. These dues arc used to sponsor various events and services throughout the year such as the Christmas Banquet, the new Dad-Daughter banquet, the Mother's Day program and contributions for the maintenance of the lounge. The Women’s Association also welcomed Wisconsin's Alice in Dairyland to the campus for a visit.
Dr. Karges speaking words of wisdom ai the first Dads and daughters.
Page one hundred-fourteenMEM’S ASSOCIATION
Seated-I.cft: B. Guctgow. R. Tahlicr. E. Hansen. D. Harmscn.
Standing-Left: D. Flunkcr. R. Crombic. D. Young. A. Otl.
All male members of the student body at OSC are members of the Men’s Association. The dues, which are one dollar a semester, finance the activities of this organization.
TV in the lounge means relaxation for our student body. The Men's Association utilized their dues this year to provide that relaxation. They also took over a considerable amount of the lounge maintenance duties. Another activity sponsored by the group is the annual Men’s Association banquet, held in the early part of the year, which honors our football players.
Page one hundred-fifteenOFFICERS
Daryl Wendt: Scc-Trcav Paul Hansen: Vice Pres. Keith Auger: President
The Vet’s Club membership hit a record high this year with ninety-eight members taking part in various activities.
To start the year off they helped sponsor Marcia Strouf who became OSC’s Homecoming Queen; and they took first place in the lloat contest.
Many strange faces were seen walking around our campus. This was due to the newly sponsored Beard Contest. The winner was neatly lathered and shaved by our Homecoming Ouecn. They also participated in intramurals and Ugly Man Contest.
The purpose of this college group is not only to promote the general welfare of veterans on campus, but also to be a medium of service to the college. They accept the opportunity to sponsor general assembly programs to observe Memorial Day and Armistice Day.
Page one hundred-sixteenTHE LITTLE SYMPHONY
Director: Mr. Zeff
This gang takes a lot of rosin!
Seated: Mrs. David Zcff. R. Grueizman. E. Mueller. J. Scivcrs. C. Prausa, R.
Knight. S. Backus. E. Broeniman. B. Jensen. J. Congdon.
Back Row seated: M. Mancl. A. Mathias. N. Enz. M. J. Cornelius, A. Thompson. B. Rcchl.
R. Wilier. M. Hovcrson. K. Barrow. R. Gerber. R. Smith.
Standing: A. Hablc. C. Fogtman. S Hoppe. W. Zcamcr.
The Little Symphony was organized in 1956. This year a good part of their time was spent in reading various materials in order to become more familiar with the various styles and standard literature of music.
It is hoped that next year they will be able to present one formal concert each semester. Also, the members of this music group will be used to help accompany music students in vocal or instrumental solos next year.
This group has shown a good deal of interest for better music and has made great strides in proficiency.
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How I: J. Lartz, W. Roever. M. Stark. K. Keller. M. Hostcttler. M. Schroedcr. A. Krit . P. Audit. M. Kiel. B. Bueehcl, L. Ht garrald, K. Fuller. L. Zcntncr, B. Long. I . Kautzcr. E. Knight
How 2: S. Ritchie. V. Geer, K. Winter. K. Frederick. A. Dctllaff. K. Felsncr. P. Schwantcs. R. Knight. K. Heydon. M. Cassidy, V. Haas,
G. Kocck. R. Conley. J. Wussow, D. I). Dei me r
Row 3: R. Roe. G. Stone. J. Palmer. E. Mueller. K. Kuchncl. J. Wheeler, C. Reel. D. I inscr. C. Hoffman, A. Lcmcry. D. Zicbell, L. Kcrusch.
K. Kicsow, R. Wifflcr. R. New house
How 4: G. Nercnhausen. J. Congdon. (i. Saegcr. F. Paepke, R. Young. W. Zcamcr. D. O'Brien, C». Schmidt, R. Eyers. D. Spiegclhoff. J. Hook, B. Haidlingcr. A. GeimcrDirector: Dr. I.inton
See sharp so you won't be flat.
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On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:(X)
P.M. Harrington Mali's first floor becomes a workshop for the OSC choir. The results of many long hours of practice proved to he cvry effective with the successful presentation of their annual Christmas concert under the direction of Dr.
Stanley I.inton. This concert included
’Jesu. Priceless Treasure." '‘Magnificat." Applied Music Faculty. Standing: Mr. Zcff. Mrs. Hollenbeck.
Mr. Vogt. Mrs. Linton. Seated: Mrs. Zcff. Mrs. Kickhafer. and "Carol Fantasy." Not shown: Miss Brainard. Mr. Pickett.
The choir's spring concert, presented in the Little Theatre, offered a varied program. including "Go Way from My Window," a solo by Mrs. Marilue Kiel. "Turtle Dove." a baritone solo by Kenneth Kuchnl and the choir's rendition of "Rise Up My l.ovc. My Fair One."
The choir, besides performing for Oshkosh, takes an annual spring tour to various communities throughout the state.
Florence A. Hollenbeck: organ and piano. Northwestern University; also studied with Dr. C. E. Sheppard of Carroll College.
Gerrie Vogt; brasses. Danna’s Musical Institute. Ohio. Veteran of Chicago Opera Company, the Victor Herbert, and other orchestras.
Hope H. Linton: voice. Missouri State College; director of the Cccilian Singers. Oshkosh.
Ingwei.de P. Zeff: strings. University of Minnesota.
Marjorie F. Kickhafer: voice. Northwestern University; Juilliard School of Music.
Gladys Y. Brainard: piano. Studied in Europe with Arthur Shattuck. Wanda Landowska, and others.
Seari. Pickett: woodwinds. Lawrence College. Appleton.
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J. Armstrong. S. Backus, K. Barron. S. Bauer, E. Brocniman. B. Bucchcl. M. Cassidy, I. Christensen. K. Connolly. T. Enders,
K. Felsner. C. Fetgman, P. Galikowski. R. Gerber. S. Grota. R. Gruetzman, D. Gunz. B. Hod rich. S. Hoppe. I . Jero. M. Jeske.
D. Johnson. K. Keller. N. Kempfert. L. Klausch, R. Knight. G. Kons. P. Kurtz. R. La Rose. A. I .emery. M. Martyn, I . Murphy,
O. Neuman, K. Obenberger. D. O'Brien. J. Peachey, L. Pfeifer. P. Pockat. C. Pollard. C. Prausa. N. Raislcr. B. Reehl. R. Rusch. B. Schultz. R. Schultz. E. Sippet, B. Smith. B. Sondallc. G. Steffens. M. Ullrich. T. Walsdorf, P. Wegener. Q. Welch. R. Wilier.
J. Wolf. W. Zcamer. L. Zcntcr. D. Zicbcll. J. Zimmerman. J. Martyn.Band Director: Dr. Dennis
Karen Winters and Ken Kuchnl, with the assistance of Dr. Dennis, practice their duct for the hand concert.
Practice makes perfect is an old slogan hut it certainly proved to he true for anyone who heard this year’s hand concert.
The steady beat and steady gait at the home football games was due to the all-men marching unit, under the direction of drum major. Charles Rcehl.
Mr. Roger Dennis directed the OSC concert band as they presented a mid-winter concert, February 12, which featured "Rienzi," and "Impressions of Seville.” This very impressive concert will long be remembered by those who attended.
This past year the music department organized a new society and adopted the name "Collegium Musicum” which means a college of music. In the Renaissance period of history, groups of this sort were common in places of cultural learning. Historically,
the basic purpose of such endeavor was to provide an atmosphere of informality among amateur and professional musicians at the college level in which original compositions were performed by the members. In modern times, similar groups arc organized in colleges, usually with the intent of performing music of other eras, particularly that of the past two or three centuries.
Another purpose of this group is to create a spirit of good fellowship and social relations between its members. These motives arc manifest in our campus organization.
Programs presented during the year included a performance of Wagnerian Brass excerpts. “Mozart Quintet in A Major,” “F.vening of Pianism.” a demonstration in Bach, and a demonstration of styles in symphonic literature.
Dr. Roger Dennis acts as advisor to this organization.
A Mother’s Day concert, a student concert, and two guest concerts rounded out a very active year for the band.
Page one hundred-twenty-oneHow I-I.eft: K. Procknow. B. Brochm. G. Sicvers. B. Kubale. A. Suchardu.
Row H.Lcfl: Dr. White. H. Fcnskc. G. Schmidt. B. Halle. A. Driesscl. A. Geimer. Mr. Jackson.
Row lll-l.cft: T. Ostermier and D. Guse.
OFFICERS Beverly Brochm. Corres. See. Terry Ostermier. Vice Pres. Barbara Kubale. Scc-Trcas. Dennis Guse. President
The District Contest of Wisconsin High School Forensic Association held at OSC was sponsored by Pi Kappa Delta. They also sponsored the Speech Institute in the earlier part of the year.
To become a member of Pi Kappa Delta, one must be elected by the local chapter and approved by the National Council. The group installs their new members at a banquet held in the spring.
Last year, this society elected their first honorary member. President Polk, due to his interest in forensic activities.
The purpose of this organization is to stimulate progress in and to further the interests of intercollegiate speech activities and communication. This is done in an effort to provide functional leadership training for life, and at the same time encourage a spirit of fellowship, brotherly cooperation and incentive for achievement.
Page one hundred-twenty-twomusics
Honors! Honors! Honors! were received at many of these meets. At Madison. March 7, the A division debate teams, Terry Ostcrmier and Dennis Gusc. Bert Driessel and Gale Sicvers took first place. Earlier, on February
Some of OSC’s champs: C. Kocller. B. Halle. T. Ostcrmier. 21 and 22, our debaters tied for
I . Ouse.
first place at Northern Illinois. On March 29. at the University of Illinois, Barbara Kubalc, an OSC debater, received the highest individual speaking award. Also receiving awards for superior speaking were Rita Procknow and Mary Jo Krueger. At this meet the debate team was again undefeated and came home with first place honors.
Dr. White and Mr. Jackson are the advisors in the Forensic Department.
A highly successful organization on campus this year was the combination of members of a newly formed Forensic Union and members from the National Honorary Forensic Society, and Pi Kappa Delta. These groups established fine records while participating in fifteen intercollegiate tournaments. Debate, discussion, oratory, extemporaneous speaking. radio newscasting, after-dinner speaking, and oral interpretation were the contests which our local society participated.
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“T IIE r It I) Cl B L E”
On October 31 and November I of this year, our students were witnesses to the Salem witchcraft trials. “The Crucible" directed by Miss May-sel Evans was the chosen drama this year.
A very competent cast for this three act play revealed the injustices done to these so-called witches, as they presented the drama by Arthur Miller. The actors and actresses in this student play were: Dougleen Remo, George Schmidt. Dorothy Koocs, Marge Firehammcr. Ann DctlofT. Carol Kroll. Brian Gilmore, Mary Halverson, Mary Sue Klein, John Van Dyke. Marilyn Schrocdcr, Jim Wheeler. Kenneth liingin, Patricia Ullspergcr, Albert Lauersdorf, John Hanley. Jim Atwell. John Hussey, Mary Jo Krueger, Wilbur Denson. Jane Dorn and Philip Pockat.
Not everyone stars on the stage, but the workers behind the scenes helped make the drama real. Mr. Robert Brismaster was technical director.
One of the inicnsc scenes in this very moving drama.
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It took more than the rub of a lamp to create the fine production of the children's play. "Aladdin” on January 10. II. and 12, directed by Marge Fire-hammer and her assistant Barbara Leher.
The Arabian Night fantasy was brought to reality by Dick Rietz, who played Aladdin, and by the following cast: Pat Ullspergcr as the Princess Adora. John Van Dyke as the Sultan. Marilyn Schroedcr as Aladdin's mother. Mary Sue Klein as Noona. Carol Kroll as Kalissa, Jim Wheeler as the Magician. and Dennis Boettcher and Wilbur Denson as genics. Our Modern Dancers gave an excellent performance as they portrayed the Slaves of the Ring and the Slaves of the Lamp.
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Row I left: M. Silvcrthorn. V. Lewis. G. Hofman, P. Roothal. H. Corbett.
Row || left: Advisor: Dr. Max Bowman. E. Krueger. M. Gruber. O. Rautmann. I . Schocnrock. C. Adams.
Row III left: E. Hansel. F. Kahlcr. R. Michel. F. Huebner. D. Abbs.
"Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination.
The American Chemical Society meets twice a month. A social hour is held after each meeting. The society is composed of chemistry majors and minors.
Many interesting talks are heard from speakers outside of the community as well as local persons.
An annual spring picnic concluded the year for the group.
Second semester V.P.: P. Roethal. Second semester Scc.-Trcas.: V. Lewis. First semester Scc.-Treas.: M. Gruber. First semester Pres.: M. Silvcrthorn. Second semester Pres.: F. Huebner.
Page one hundred-twenty-sixTreasurer: K. Keller. President: C. Gould. Advisor: Mr. James Walden. Not shown: V.P.: Ruth Schultz. See.: Carol Jagodinski.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
The J. A. Breese Chapter of the Future Teachers of America at OSC is now an associate member of the National Education Association
and the Wisconsin Education Association.
The highlights of the year included various interesting and informative talks by Mrs. Tctzloff, Dr. Sharpiro, Mr. and Mrs. Dc Bareza, and Mr.
Row | left:
Row || left: Row III left:
Row IV left:
C. Jagodinski, C Koboski. B. Thomas. R. Schultz. Advisor: Mr. James K. Johnson.
J. Heller. R. Schmidt. R. Cuff. S. Cronce. B. Blazck.
N. Havel. S. Spicgelbcrg. M. Bruns. C. Gerlach. J. La Violcttc.
C. Turezynski. R. Harry. J. Koltcrjahn. J. Ramm. N. Pfistcr. S. Dahlkc.
The objective of FTA is to give the student knowledge in education
Row I left: B. Hlavachck. J. Kroll. J. Thermansen. A. Buth. R. Hacn.
Row || left: J. Hinesh. S. Backus. M. Konrad. V. Albert, K. Obenberger,
J. Wussow, J. Schmidt.
Row III left: G. Drummy. C. Heuer. S. Hunter, C. Witt. S. Hoppe. I.. Pauly. Row IV left: A. Mcistcr. O. Rautmann. R. Schmidt. G. Kitzman. H. Cramer.
which he can apply in his future teaching career.
Page one hundred-twenty-sevenVice Presidents: P. Cox. Not shown: J. Diehl. Secretary: S. Brownson. President: J. Hopper. Treasurer: J. Higby. Advisor: Mr. Henryk Ziomck.
I; I H 11 1 (i E CLUB
The Language Club at OSC was formed to promote a better understanding among people and their countries. It is open to all those who arc taking one of the foreign languages offered on campus or to those who arc foreign students.
During the Christmas season the Language Club held a party at the home of the Dc Barcza’s.
l anguage students took a social break at the Christmas Party.
A new project was undertaken by the group second semester. The Language Club with the Social Life Committee co-sponsored a "Fiesta all school dance. Colorful murals carried out the Mexican theme.
For the second year the Latin Banquet was held at Radford Hall. Students gave a Latin play. Perseus and Andromeda. "Slaves' served the meal to guests reclining in true Roman style.
Page one hundred-twenty-eightRow I left: M. Nitkowski. J. Peters. S. Hunter. M. Hoverson. M. Haas.
Row II left: C. Bodmer. P. Duncan. T. Ostcrmcier, K. Mueller.
Row III left: D. Farr. J. Sawicki. C. Sweet. T. O’Hcarn. W. Schocnbcrgcr.
Once a month on Thursday evenings, 7 p.m., the Demonstration Room is the meeting place for an educational evening concerning the activities of other countries and our relations with them.
A banquet was planned and attended by the International Relations Club this spring, and all past speakers were the honored guests.
Vincent Rohlf, President of Badger Northland, Kaukauna, who spoke on “Russia”, and Mrs. L. O. TetzlofT, who spoke on “Mexico and
the Mayans” were two of the speakers on this year’s program.
March was the busiest time for the group, as they attended a mid-west convention in Milwaukee and also discussed “Education in the United States and Behind the Iron Curtain” as that month’s topic.
Officers of this group arc: President: Mary Ann Nitkowski, Vice President: Bert Driessel, Treasurer: Charles Bodmer. Dr. Noyes is advisor for the group.
Page one hundred-twenty-nineFirst Semester Editor BARB AHRENS
Second Semester Editor ANNETTE STERN
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Your yearbook is a recording of the 1957-58 College history. That is also what we hope The Oshkosh Advance has meant to you. The newspaper staff has cooperated in order to achieve a record for the present and the future.
A college newspaper is special because it is for and by a special group . . . you. Your various editors, photographers and staffs have tried to show that practical experience with the workings of the paper has taught them well . . . and we believe they have learned well.
You might call the small corner of the Science Annex a workshop, for certainly in any endeavor, practice is the best teacher. A reporter's “nose for news”, a faithful photographer and a scrupulous copy and make-up desk arc a few of the important workshop tools. We hope that, through the willingness of many more tools. The Oshkosh Advance will build a large and successful workshop in future years.
“The best use of a journal is to print the largest practical amount of truth which lends to make mankind wiser, and thus happier." —Horace GREEI.EY
Scaled left: C. Kerry. L. Rocdcr. I . Dunlavy. Standing left: K. Obcnbergcr. C. Win. L. Mandcrficld. V. Bartz. Not shown: Art Work: Judy Wiitig. Sharlyn Miller. Copy Editor: Jim l.ewcllyn. Make-Up Editor: Judy Swan. Business Manager: Jim Fralish.
Page one hundred-thirtySeated lefl: Sporty Editors: P. Gould and A. I.aucrsdorf, Circulation: V. Bart . Standing left: News Editor: D. Deimer, Associate Editor: K. Heydon. Copy Editors:
K. l.ambrccht and T. Spanbauer. Not shown: Jim Lcwellyn. Associate Editor: T. Dunlavy.
Seated left: Circulation: J. Miller. Feature Writer T. Holcwinaki. Typist: M. Polomis. Standing left: Typist Editor: N. Barkow. Typists: H. Weathcrwax. S. Spring-born.
Circulation Editor: K. Gilbertson. Advertising: G. Kit -man. Circulation: M. Wellncr. Not shown: Judy Kroll and l.ois Jaschob.
Left: Picture Editor: B. I.cttcnbergcr. Photographers: A. Ott. C. Both. Not shown: Perry' Welch.
How I left: Columnists: B. Buffalo and B. Schmidt. Make-Up Staff: T. Dunlavy.
Bow II left: Sports Writers: P. Gould and B. Mueller. Hcportcr: K. Gilbertson. Columnist: G. Schmidt.
Page one hundred-thirty-oneQUIVER
An eager staff began early in the fall to capture the highlights of the year for the students of OSC. An old English Proverb “Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst’ , seemed at various times to fit the feeling of many staff workers when the copy didn’t fit, pictures did not turn out. identification seemed impossible, and deadlines had to be met.
It was hard to believe that the Quiver would ever open— but now it has.
We hope that you will get as much enjoyment out of it as we had putting it together and we also hope that in years to come it will be a real memory book for everyone of us.
ALICE SUCHARDA Editor
"An editor who lives to please all of his readers will soon discover himself in a state of constant dizziness. A n old editor pat it this way. ' Yon cannot scratch every man where he itches' " —Anonymous
Seated left: Standing left: Not shown:
Business Manager N. Pfister. Typist: I.. Windenberg. Organization Editor: C. Gould. Index Editor: B. Hlavuchck.
Art Editor and Cover Designer: M. Strouf. Copy Editor: A. Stern. Typist Editor: Ci. Ecsscndcn. Copy Editor: L. Manderficld.
Sports Editor: Bruce Bamberg. Activities Editor: Bernie Koval. Advisor: Mr. Donald Zahalka.
Pane one hundred-thirty-twoSeated left: C. Gould, C. Hcur, K. Fuller.
Standing left: D. Blankcnburg, S. Jentz. K. Fuller.
Not sho»n: S. Stcinfort, J. Gctchius. B. Kubalc. C. Gcrlach. C. Koboski. A. Tully.
N. Procknow, M. Wenzel.
Seated: C. Hanncman and N. Pfister. Standing: B. Thomas and B. Wilson.
Art Staff: M. Halverson and M. Strouf.
Layout Staff: L. Roedcr. C. Kerry. C. Pcnkoskc. Not shown: J. Lccftink.
Photographers: Picture Editor: B. Lettenberger. P. Wilms. C. Roth.
Not shown: P. Welch. G. Nerenhausen.
Page one hundred-thirty-threePS I EPSIL
Row | left: M. Davidson. R. Connolly, J. Schmidt. S. Ritchie.
Row II left: S. Grota, C. King. F. Dibble. I . Chupita, D. Scbold.
Row in left: J. Sievers. J. l acs. B. Kroll. C. Huebner. N. Lea.
B. Luezak. M. Cassidy.
A new sorority was organized on campus this year — Psi Epsilon. Mary Cassidy was elected the first president of the society and Rita Connolly holds the Vice-President title. Nancy Lea was elected Secretary, Barbara Luczak is Treasurer. Pat Chupita is Historian. Barbara Kroll is Parliamentarian and Carl Hucbcr is their first Women's Association Representative. Miss Duran has been chosen for the advising post.
OSC can be sure they will be hearing a lot about Psi Epsilon next year.
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I.eft to right: G. Kit man. E. Hiley. S. Btichholz.
“Your College on the Air" is presented by the Radio Club on Thursday at 9 p.m. This organization, which keeps us posted on college activities, serves as a link between the college and
the community. The program usually consists of a run-down on the current college happenings as well as a spinning of the students' favorite records.
I ge one hundred-thirty-fourINTER-FAIT II (' II I! C11,
Row I left: D. Buds. J. Van Akkeren. D. Amend. H. Fenske.
Row II left: B. Buccbel. M. Feldman, C. J. Gould. P. Ullspcrgcr.
The Inter-Faith Council, which consists of two representatives from each religious society, was formed to promote a better relationship between the religious groups on campus.
Banquets, picnics, hayrides, and dances provided an active year for these organizations. U.S.F. sponsored a Christmas party for children and entertained the Keller Nursing Home patients. A Halloween party at the Children’s Home and a Christmas carol party were sponsored by Wesley. Fifteen members of the Delta Mu Chapter of Gamma Delta at OSC attended
a fall convention held by the Madison Chapter. Phillip Froehlke was elected project chairman of the Lakes Region at the convention. In December L.S.A. went Christmas caroling at the hospital, and this was followed by a party with the other religious organizations. Newman Club opened the year with a banquet at St. Peter's Parish Hall. This group also sponsored a Christmas party and a record dance.
These are just a few of the many activities that these various groups enjoy and sponsor throughout the year.
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Row I: N. Senn. J. Purdue. J. Schmidt. F. Clarich. M. Fcldmann. E. Reichardt. B. Nclis. M.E. Bastar.
Row II: M. Lentz, R. Cuff. B. Buechel. J. Gctchius, N. Gricwisch. K. Atkins. D. Mccrdink.
Row III: Mr. H. Dohrman (advisor). J. Heller, D. Hohenstein. D. Dohrman, S. Hovcrson. J. Wilke.
E. Lowthcr. C. Westra. Rev. B. H. Romanowski.
Row IV: H. Corbett. D. Wiegchaupt. D. l.cnz. E. Mueller. M. Strouf. M. Hovcrson. K. Sampson. I). Werner.
IV E S L E V
Row I: G. Albert. N. Eastling, K. Becker. C. J. Gould. Rev. Jordan.
Row II: V. Geer. R. Knight. J. Majnarich. M. Liesch.
Row III: T. Brown. A. Lcmcry. P. Pockat. H. Cramer. K. Russell.
Page one hundred-thirty-sixnwxn CLUB
Row I: M. Kirk. J. Clay. C. Lehman. J. Lacs. M. Haas. D. Kitzingcr.
Kow II: E. Schmidt. P. Sullivan. J. Wiltig. M. Gruber. T. Dunlavy. E. Jisab.
Row III: E. Sippcl. T. Holcwinski. D. SpicgcIhofT. T. O'Hcarn. A. Valitchka.
D. Van Straten. A. Geimer.
Row I: P. Galikowski. M. Krueger. M. Davidson. M. Metz. R. Connolly,
P. Korncly. M. Audit.
Row II: D. Seybold. P. Chupita. B. Luezak, M. Cassidy, B. Sondalle. M. Mensch.
Row III: M. Konrad. C. Schmidt. P. Ullspcrgcr. L. Pfeiffer, J. Banklcy,
G. Drummy. N. Gehrig.
Row IV: E. Bloomer, A. Hephner. R. DeGroot. N. Havel. J. Llewellyn. D. Gorsege,
Row I: P. Dunlavy. E. I.citingcr. J. Kroll. D. Ponce. R. Hacr, S. Dcllgcr,
S. Bauer. Dr. White.
Row II: H. Wywialowski. M. Fordham. J. Miller. M. Gendron. M. Polomis. T. Enders,
D. Kohl. A. Blanchette.
Row III: M. Van Hulst, N. Wavrunek. B. Kubale. M. Tislcr. M. Hartzheim.
S. Huibregtsc, C. Lucck. J. Bucro.
Row IV: Father Vanden Hogan. T. Ehlcrt. J. Stretz. D. Karrcls, P. Steffen.
C. Buchman. F. Gittcr.
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Row I: J. Hclgcson. J. Peterson. N. Pftster. C. Gcrlach. M. Kottkc. V. Jcsch. R. Lease.
Row II: G. Nerenhauscn. J. Kamm. S. Dahlkc. D. Mcllum. J. Stcchcr. R. Hildebrand!. Rev. A. Wcinbcndcr.
Row III: Dr. D. Palm, J. Fischer. K. Schwaab. W. l.indgrcn. G. Kitzman. D. Butts. E. Zaiscr.
Row I: J. Maurer. M. Wiesner. S. Buchholz. M. Maas. V. Rieves. I.. Baumgartcncr. D. Kober.
Row II: K. Stark. B. Polansky. N. Jahns, S. Backus. R. Schmidt, B. Hedrich, K. Felsner.
Row III: F. Karezewski. D. Amend. P Oberstadt. E. Neitzel. M. Raatz. R. Rusch. K. Dahlkc. J. Miller.
Row IV: Mr. Frochlkc (advisor). L. Hill. D. Steinert. H. Fenske, P. Froehlke. D. Guse, F. Kahicr, Rev. l.ucdcrs
Page one Iwndred-thirty-eightIT WILL SIM U VIII:II PICK
You don’t have to tell what you do every day;
You don't have to say if you work or play;
A true barometer serves in its place.
However you live, it will show in your face.
For muscle and blood are a thin veil of lace.
What you wear in your heart will show in your face.
How, it your life is unselfish and for others you live. For not what you get or how much you can give;
If you live close to God in His infinite grace.
You don't have to tell — it will show in your face.
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Many full moons marked the four seasons of the year which made up the calendar of Indian rites. This calendar was an assemblage of autumn harvests, winter council fires, spring feast days and summer rain dances.
Our campus calendar is not so guided by the movements of the elements, but is rather guided by the spirit of energetic students. Their cooperation and eagerness for friendships have produced an industrious schedule of activities.
Page one hundred-fortyp|acc Scc°nd place honors went to Gamma Sigm entry We Give Blu-Gold Stamps".
First place in house decorations went to Pollack House.
I wonder why everyone looks so happy. Could it be because the Oshkosh team is ahead?
To make the day complete a rugged OSC team gave us a victory we will long remember.
It really seemed good to sec the goal posts go down.
Page one hundred-forty-twoQueen Marcia is crowned by Terry Warhanck. OSC’s 1956 Homecoming Queen.
Mr. and Mrs. Slrouf enjoy the homecoming dance.
A 6-0 Titan victory over the Eau Claire Blugolds was the highlight of OSC's 1957 Homecoming. Marcia Strouf and her attendants Audrey Shane and Lorna Roedcr reigned over the Homecoming festivities.
It was announced at the bonfire Friday evening that the Vet’s Club had taken first place in the Homecoming parade. Its slogan was “Eat ’Em Alive’’. Pollack House placed first with its house decoration “Blugolds. Blugolds in the Brook—Titans Catch Them on the Hook."
The music was provided by Ron Harvey and his orchestra.
Marcia Strouf was crowned queen by Terry Warhanck during the half time of the game and then, following the football game, everyone was welcome to attend a Punch Party held at Pollack House.
The week’s activities were concluded with an Alumni Dance featuring Ron Harvey and his orchestra.
Co-chairmen Bonnie Buechel and Roger Bodart helped to make this 1957 Homecoming another memorable one for OSC.
The Court of Honor . . . Lorna Rocdcr and escort Dave Harmscn, Audrey Shane and escort Ralph Nielson and Queen Marcia and King Bill Bolcr enjoy the Homecoming dance.
Page one hundred-forty-threeThe Lemon Sisters!!!
V II II V I L
“Paunchy Pete and his Performing Puppets" pulled no strings to receive the Lyceum Vod-Vil trophy on November 22, 1957. Maureen Ryan and Mary Feldman directed this presentation by Kappa Gamma sorority. Carmen Kerry and Carol Hanneman’s direction of “Destination—Hsokhso" resulted in second place for Lambda Chi and the “Wonnerful-Wonnerful Welknic Show" brought third place to Iota fraternity. This act was directed by John Hanley and John Maes.
Vod-Vil is presented yearly by Lyceum fraternity and proceeds are used for a student scholarship.
Page one hundred-forty-fourCHRISTMAS
OSC’s Alethean, Lambda Chi, Lyceum, Philak-ean and Phoenix societies created our own “Winter Wonderland” for the Christmas formal.
The Eagle’s hall was decked with boughs of holly on December 13. 1957 for this special event.
Herbie Brietzman’s orchestra provided the music for this walk through wonderland. Society advisors acted as chaperones.
Chairmen and (heir escorts at the Christmas Formal.
The Raulf Hotel was the scene of the first Valentine Formal, Sweethearts In Pastel, sponsored by Gamma Sigma, Iota, Delta Phi, Kappa Gamma and Periclcan. This dance took the place of the Spring Formal that was usually held in the latter part of the year.
Dick La Rose and his orchestra provided the music. Society advisors acted as chaperones.
UL E ST IIE FORMAL
Page one hundred-forty-fiveUg|y Man. Bill Wrochota. and
Ugly Man Dance.
As in past years. Alpha Phi Omega again sponsored the Ugly Man Contest. This year the contestants included Tom Wolfe, Joe Vanden Hogen. Charles Bodmer. Bill Wrehota. Irv Huberty, Bob Hansen, Joe Lorenz, John Stockinger, Roger Koepper and Jim Wheeler. The student body voting with pennies chose Bill Wrehota as their “Ugly Man”. APO collected $233 from this event which went to charity. The contest was climaxed with a dance in the student lounge.
Due to unfavorable weather conditions, it was found necessary to discontinue the annual Frostbite Frolics. To take its place. Alethean sponsored the “Sweetheart of OSC” contest. The student body voting with pennies chose Dixie Nichols as the first OSC Sweetheart.
Proceeds were donated for records in the new Student Union.
j gly Man crowns Dixie Lee Nichols as ‘•Sweetheart of OSC".
one hundred-forty-sixCAMPUS LIFE
A plug for Welknic.
What will it be in 2000 A.D.?
Kill it before it multiplies!
Page one hundred-forty-sevenCAMPUS CARNIVAL
Lambda Chi's Campus Carnival was a real treat for all carnival lovers, including this sorority's guests from the Elizabeth Batchclder Davis Children's Home. A collection of approximately $400 at this event served to aid these children further and to also provide additional stage lighting for the dramatics department.
First place honors went to Iota for their “Chick Chantz” booth which offered a chance to win chickens. Lyceum’s “Drop the Drawers” theme captured second place, while Phoenix’s “Ring the Thing" booth won the third place position.
Selection of prize winners was based on the success and originality of individual booths.
Carol Gerlach. Nancy Pfistcr and Chris Prashcr advertise for Campus Carnival.
Page one hundred-forty-eightPLAY CONTEST
“If Men Played Cards as Women Do ’, anyway, like Iota men, they'd win the Kappa Gamma play contest trophy, as they did. Jim Atwell directed Richard Kuchn, Bill Reinert. Grant Nerenhauscn and Don Lacdtkc in this cup-winning play.
Three nights, April 24-26, of dramatic entertainment for OSC displayed the talent of our campus sororities and fraternities. Alice Sucharda’s direction of “The Powers That Be" was a second place winner, while Lambda Chi’s, “The Great Dark", directed by Carmen Kerry, gave this sorority third place.
Play Contest is sponsored by the Kappa Gamma sorority. Co-Chairmen for this event were Mary Feldman and Bev Brochm. Proceeds arc used for a scholarship that is given to some junior student
"If Men Played Cards As Women Do." lota’s Lambda Chi’s “The Great Dark" was awarded third place,
first place entry.
“The Powers That Be" presented by the Alethean sorority took second place.
A scene from Kappa Gamma's play directed by Marge Firchammcr.
Page one hundred-forty-nineCo-Chairmen for the 1958 Prom were Dick Tahlier and Al Geimer.
19 3 8 I ROM
An oriental theme, “Jasmine and Jade”, was the theme for the 1958 OSC Prom. The Social Life Committee sponsored the annual dance which was held on May 24 in the new gym. Music was furnished by Larry Ladd.
The decorations committee was headed by Dick Tahlier. Chairmen under him were: Jerry Stry. ceiling; George Kitzman. north wall; Bob Meissner, south wall; Don Lunquist, east wall; Al Geimer, west wall; Kay Frederick, bandstand and throne; Carmen Norton, classroom, lobby and flowers; Rita Cuff and Mary Schwoerer, publicity; Kcnlynn Heydon, chaperones; Carmen Kerry, elections and refreshments; Bob Meissner, lights; Kay Fuller and Mary Lou Blanchette, band; and Al Geimer, police, janitor and programs.
Winicr scene of Pollack and Radford Dormitories.
Page one hundred-fiftyCAMPUS LIFE
One of OSC’s best liked and well known men on campus is "Ron". His friendly smile and cheerful ‘good morning' has lifted the spirits of many students in past years and will continue to do so in the future.
What's the name of the game?
Ah ... to be a senior!
Women Association Christmas Banquet.
Time out for a rest.
Page one hundred-fifty-oneFeather bonnets of honor were not the only head-rcsscs of Indians. There were also bonnets of war. placed upon the heads of the tribesmen as they prepared to meet the challenge of their enemies.
Our college sports ‘ tribes’ wear the war bonnet to meet the challenge of many teams.
However, the OSC sportsmen wear bonnets which combine both symbols of war and honor. They proudly claim many victory feathers along the band of challenges. The band is a story of success but not only in terms of winning a game. It also signifies success in athletes' constant display of good teamwork, good sportsmanship and fine ability.
Page one hundred-fifty-twoFOOT It 1 L L
Row | left:
Row || left:
Row III left: Row |V left:
D. Brennan. M. Cundy. P. Trudell. A. Wittman. G. Hightdudis. J. Brookins. D. Krause. L. Karman. R. Woclfel.
J. Lorenz. A. Cocncn. H. Nelson. B. Armstrong. R. Miller. L. Buenet. D. Allen. D. Ziebcll,
J. Ottc, Redman, D. Sheets, R. Coughlin. W. Bclkc. T. Tighc, B. Kerrigan. I Male how.
Coach Kolf. Coach Kitzman. D. Green. D. Strupp. R. Plumin, T. Peterson. Managers: E. Hensel.
George Hightdudis. one of men in the history of the
•he finest line-school.
It’s not just playing a game on Saturday, but it’s practice every day during football season and also during the summer months for the OSC team.
Page one hundred-fifty-fourThe Titans opened the 1957 football season with a 14-6 victory over Northland College. This was the Titans’ sixth victory in the series with Northland. One other game between the schools ended in a scoreless tie. Both Oshkosh touchdowns came in the first quarter with Terry Tighe scoring the first and Tom Malchow going over for the second. Coach Bob Kolf’s boys got sonic added insurance when Bruce Armstrong was credited with a safety in the fourth quarter.
The following week OSC opened its conference schedule by upsetting the Superior team 6-0. Titan halfback Al Cocnen scored the game’s winning touchdown late in the last quarter. A good deal of the credit for this victory should go to our fine line, as the OSC linemen only allowed Superior to gain 63 yards rushing.
The Titans suffered a letdown and lost their next game to U.W.M. Cardinals 34-13. Oshkosh had trouble controlling Milwaukee's running game. However, the following week they bounced back to whip our traditional rival Stevens Point 20-12.
Plattevillc. the Conference Champions, cooled the Titans off in the next game by a score of 25-12. Oshkosh had a good day passing, but the attack didn't get started until it was too late. A heavily favored Whitewater team beat the Titans 13-6. Bob Kerrigan scored OSC’s only touchdown on a 2 yard plunge.
Page one hundred-fifty-fiveThe Titans closed the season by winning the Homecoming game against Eau Claire. Coach Bob Kolf's boys were “fired up’ for this game and they played inspired ball against the favored Blugolds. The only score of the game came when Terry Tighe picked off an Eau Claire pass and ran for the touchdown.
Looking back on the season, the Titans posted their best record in many years. OSC finished the 1957 season with a record of 4 wins and 3 losses. They also wound up in a very respectable 4th place finish in the tough Wisconsin State College Conference. The future looks bright as this was a very young team.
All Conference players for the 1957 season were Wayne Bclkc, Terry Tighe, Bruce Armstrong and Jim Brookins.
With the pep and enthusiasm shown, not only by the football team, but the student body and faculty as well . . . next year should really prove to be a very exciting one.
Page one humlred-fijty-six V I
B AS K E T B ALL
VARSITY TEAM Center front: Coach Kitzman. Left to right: D. Kaufmann. J. Davis. J. Harkc, F. Schaefer. T. O’Brien. H. Collins. M. Grabncr, J. Lcttcnbcrgcr. D. Halverson. C. Bartol. K. VanderVcIdcn. R. Akin. K. Klein.
J.V. TEAM Row I: J. Magnin. P. Trudell. D. Fritchcn. K. Klein, D. Kaufmann. Row 2: G. Strick. J. Harkc. M. French. H. Collins. C. Bartol. D. Beck. K. VanderVcIdcn. M. Jacobson.
Page one hundred-fifty-sevenIn his second year as head basketball coach, Eric Kitzman led the Titans to a fifth place finish in the tough State College Conference. Coach Kitzman’s team had a conference record of 6-6 and an overall record of 10 and 11.
At the start of the season it looked as though the guard positions would be a sore spot. However, Ron Akin and Jim Davis filled these positions very well. As a matter of fact. Akin and Davis were two of the team's leading scorers. The front line was anchored by the veterans Tom O’Brien. Jim Otte and Jim Let-tenberger. Big Mike Grabner, a 6-6 giant, was the teams leading re-bounder. Bob Karisni and Ken VanderVelden saw a lot of action at the guard positions and Hollie Collins. Jim Harke, Bob Dosch and Don Halverson proved to be capable replacements at the forward and center positions.
The Titans opened the season by winning two of their first three games. They lost to Northern Michigan in the opener, but then bowed back to whip Michigan Tech and Winona.
Page one hundred-fifty-eightOne of the highlights of the season was the Holiday Tournament which was held in the physical education building. This was a two day affair and the first night Oshkosh State trounced River Falls 93-65 and earned the right to go against Eastern Illinois in the championship game. In a very close contest Eastern III. edged the Titans 86-81. Another high spot of the season was the Titans 74-66 upset win over U.W.M. This was a bitterly fought game and it reached an abrupt climax when the Milwaukee coach pulled his team off the floor after disputing a call by one of the officials. Coach Kitzman's boys assured themselves of a good place in the conference standings when they won two of their last three conference games.
The OSC basketball team had excellent balance this year. It was a team effort all the way. Five players scored 200 points or more. Ron Akin led the way with 264 points, and he
was followed closely by Tom O’Brien and Jim Davis. Jim Otte
WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE CONFERENCE STANDINGS
averaged 15.0 points per game and Tom O’Brien averaged 13.7. Won 1958 I.ost FINAL Total Points Opp. Points %
Jim Lettenberger and Mike Grab- Platteville 11 1 1078 846 .917
La Crosse 9 3 929 865 .750
ncr snared a total of 398 re- Stevens Point 7 5 973 954 .583
bounds between them. UW-Milwaukee 7 5 1067 1012 .583
OSHKOSH 6 6 961 976 .500
Eau Claire 6 6 988 947 .500
River Falls 6 6 752 803 .500
Stout 5 7 852 917 .417
Superior 3 9 738 803 .250
Whitewater 0 12 865 1080 .000
ALL GAMES: : Won 10 Lost 11
Page one hundred-fifty-nineNext year’s prospects are bright because the entire squad will return with the exception of two fine senior players. These players are Tom O'Brien and Don Halverson. O’Brien will certainly have to be classed as one of the great scorers in the history of the school. Halverson, while never a regular, was a fine replacement and an excellent shot.
1957-58 VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
Oshkosh 84 Northern Michigan 93
Oshkosh 60 Michigan Tech 54
Oshkosh 90 Winona 66
Oshkosh 69 St. Norbcrts 74
♦Oshkosh 61 Plattevillc 83
Oshkosh 93 River Falls 65
Oshkosh 81 Eastern 111. 86
Oshkosh 70 Northern Mich. 74
♦Oshkosh 63 Stevens Point 76
•Oshkosh 75 Stout 70
♦Oshkosh 81 Eau Claire 74
♦Oshkosh 74 UW-Milwaukcc 66
♦Oshkosh 94 Whitewater 72
Oshkosh 91 Ripon 86
♦Oshkosh 70 Plattevillc 101
♦Oshkosh 112 Superior 97
♦Oshkosh 76 La Crosse 82
Oshkosh 56 Winona 62
♦Oshkosh 94 Stevens Point 90
♦Oshkosh 69 UW-Milwaukcc 93
♦Oshkosh 92 Whitewater 62
Star indicates conference games SEASON RECORD: Won 10 Lost II
1957-58 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
Oshkosh 67 Menasha 58
Oshkosh 67 Green Bay 32
Oshkosh 65 Ncenah 86
Oshkosh 75 Menasha M.A.C. 76
Oshkosh 76 Fond du Lac 62
Oshkosh 92 Neenah 78
Oshkosh 78 North Fondy 76
Oshkosh 89 Karrasc’s Grill 70
SEASON RECORD : Won 6 Lost 2
Page one hundred-sixty11 T It AM II RJ L SPORTS
TOUC H FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
Row I: W. Bohnc. L. Writt, C. Schullz. G. Durochcr, D. Van l.aarhavcn. L. Jackman. L. Asplund. Row If: T. Gospodarck. R. Raddatz. L. Smith. D. Kucthcr. A. Arncman. E. Kandlcr. A. Huhcrty.
Touch football opened the intramural sports program at OSC this fall. Two divisions each composed of 5 teams played through a schedule of eight games. The White Caps won the National Division title and Lyceum was tops in the American Division. These two teams played off
for the league championship. In the championship game the White Caps (above) came out on top 12-6. The White Caps scored on passes from Asplund to Kandlcr and Kuethcr. Lyceum made its touchdown on a Hinkcus to Maulick aerial.
Touch football championship game between the White Caps and Lyceum.
Page one hundred-sixty-oneVOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS
Row I: J. Harkc. D. Halverson. J. Ottc. J. Lettenberger. K. VandcrVeldcn. Row II: G. Hightdudis, C. Hinkens. R. Akin. N. Dalsanto. R. Gilligan.
Volleyball championship game.
It A D M11 T I) N
Uft to right: Nick Dalsanto and Robert Eichingcr Runner-Up: Henry Keiper
were the champions and Ken Klein and Ron Champion: Dick DittlofT
Inouye were the runners-up.
Page one hundred-sixty-twoBASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
Back row: Bob Guelzow. Lee Ketterhagen, Lee Smith. Bill Kreisa.
Front row: George Mohr. Ed Kiltz. Jocko Seal.
Not shown: Dave Harmsen. lb Hanson. Dan McDonald. Ron Grill. Bob Miller.
In intramural basketball the Lyceum Crushers, the champions of the American League defeated the Laudes' Firebugs for the grand Championship. The game was played in the college gym on March 13.
The Crushers got off to a fast start and at the end of the first quarter they had a 14-3 lead. They were never in trouble and they won by the comfortable margin of 54-30. Lee Smith was the big gun for the Crushers with 28 points and teammates Bill Krcisa and Lee Koetcrhoegcn threw in nine and eight points respectively. Gordy Peterson and Rollic Schultz lead the scoring for the Firebugs with eight points each.
Page one hundred-sixty-threeIt's a homer!
Another activity that has met with a terrific response from the male element of this school is the intramural softball league which started April 21, for both the American and National
leagues. From all observations and reports it looks like it, too. will be a hard fought title match before the outcome is known.
This year has really proved to be very worthwhile for the intramural sports. Great interest and enthusiasm has been shown by many male students with the help of Mr. Goehrs who is at the head of all the intramural sports.
I.eft to right: Paul Kurauowicz. Richard Tahlicr. Bill Boler. Rex Joslin. Carol Sheppard, and Diane Johnson.
Advanced Swimmers: left to right: Dean l.cntz. Harold Nelson. Hugh Corbett. Richard Tahlicr. and Lee Smith.
Page one hundred-sixty-fourbaseball
First Row: Jim Basilicrc. Jim McKinnis. Bob Karisny. Don Brennan. Bob Guclzow. Ken VandcrVeldcn. Ken
Klein and Terry Tighe.
Second Row: Jerry Maucr (Manager). Duane Sheets. Tom Koslowski. Jim Lcttcnbcrgcr. Al Harkc. Jim Frey. Terry
Helding. and Dick Dittloff.
Third Row: Coach Kitzman. Bob Maulick. George Mohr. Don Stoviak. I.en Pubanz, Jim Waite. Bob Pohnl. and
The Titan baseball team is starting where it left off last season. In 1957 the Titans won their last 4 games. This season they got off to a very good start by winning six of their first seven games. The leading hitters on the team include Jim Basilicrc. Jim Letten-berger, Ken VandcrVeldcn. and George Mohr. The Titan pitching staff includes Len Pubanz. Al Harkc. Tom Koslowski, Terry Helding, Don Stoviak, and Jim Kimis. One of the reasons for the Titans success this season is because they have been able to combine good pitching with strong hitting. Coach Kitzman's team is a top contender for the Conference Championship.
Page one hundred-sixty-fiveTRACK TEAM, left to right: W. Piottcr. T. Ehlcrt. D. Fritchcn. N. Callics. J. Schmidt. R. Coughlin. L. Schmitz. L. Brunet. K. Schwoab. R. Malchow. Top left to right: R. Dosch. K. Pricbc. Ott. Ihrkc. H. Miller. J. Roome. S. Schilcher. B. Armstrong. Chase. T. Peterson. Not shown: Wolf. Hogan. Akin.
Everything points to a banner season for Coach Bob Kolfs Titan track team. Kolf has 13 returning lettermen and a fine group of promising newcomers. Letter winners back from last year include Ron Akin, Bruce Armstrong, Ned Callies, Ron Coughlin. Bill Hogan, Lyle Koch, Dick Malchow. Harold Miller. Karl Schwoab, Sylvester Schilcher, Larry Schmitz, and Roger Wolf. Two of the most promising newcomers arc Bob Dosch and Larry Burnet in the pole vault. This year’s most of the events. The greatest strength seems to lie
squad has fine balance and depth and appears to be strong in in the distances, the hurdles, the pole vault, and the dashes.
Left to right: Dick Macknick. Allen Cocnen. Mike Dodge. Jim Harkc. Don Spaulding. Chuck Zcmlock. Not shown: Bob Karnes and Whitcy Kaufman.
Mike Dodge and Don Spaulding know that practice makes perfect in golf.
Six returning veterans resulted in a vast improvement in this year’s OSC Golf team. The returning team members included Don Spalding, Jim Harke,
Bob Karnes. A1 Cocncn. Rudy Penzenstadler, and Tom Meyer. Last year’s squad did not participate in the state meet, but this year they were well represented.
Page one hundred-sixty-sixtennis
Left lo right: Harland Zictlow, Bill Simon. Tom Malchow, Jim Wheeler. John Bogusewski. Rodney Wijuckc. Paul Kurtz.
Five returning lettermen and three new candidates make up this year's Titan squad. These eight candidates included veterans Tom Malchow, Jim Wheeler, Rod Wituckc, Jack Bo-gusewski, Dave Stcinbach, and newcomers Paul
What a racket!
Kurtz, Bill Simons, and Roger Bodart. Most of the boys looked good in pre-season practice and the early meets. Coach Joe Breckingcr's team has a good chance to win the Conference Championship.
Page one hundred-sixty-sevenisson itiov
Left: Janet Huck. Scc.-Trcas.; Lois Jaschob. Vicc-Pres.; Penny Matthews. President.
OSC girls discarded their finery in favor of shorts, peddle pushers and the like. Reason? Tournaments were held in volleyball, basketball, softball, tennis, table tennis, golf, and badminton.
SPORTS HEADS: Standing: E. Batlig. J. Dyken. D. Blankcnhurg. Seated: M. Krause. C. Rehbein. G. Plutchak.
Tournaments are under the direction of the Women’s Recreation Association. The main purpose of WRA is to promote sports and athletic activities for women. Membership is open to all interested college women.
The volleyball champions this year were the Com-Rads, a group of independent girls. Alcthean took the basketball championship with five wins and no defeats.
Winner of the badminton singles was Jean Rocthlisbcrgcr.
Oct. 14 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec.
Unknowns — w w w w w
Com-Rads w w w w — w w
Alethean — — — — — — w
Lambda Chi w w — — — —
Phoenix — — — — w w w
Little Bravetts w — — w w w —
Gamma Sigma — w w w w w w
Goof Balls w — w w w w —
Sluggers w w w w — — —
Kappa Gamma — w w — — w w
Delta Phi — — — — — — —
The Ladies w — — — — w —
stands for losses w stands for wins
TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONS
Singles: Carol Springborn
Doubles: Jean Rocthlisbcrgcr and Carol Garbe
Page one hundred-sixty-eightRed Dot Potato Trips!!
Left to right: Judy Kelly. Maureen Ryan. Barbara l.chcr. Beverly Broehm. Kenlynn Heydon.
Left to right: Janet Kollcr. Phyllis Gould. Carol Kroll.
Our OSC cheerleaders full of pep and enthusiasm really looked great in their new white uniforms. Barbara Lehcr, Maureen Ryan, and Beverly Broehm were the three returning cheerleaders. The newly elected additions to the cheering squad included Judy Kelly, Kenlynn Heydon, and Janet Kol-ler. Donna Niehoflf, Carol Kroll. and Phyllis Gould were chosen as alternates.
Page one hundred-sixty-nineGolden Trident was the name given to the Wisconsin State College Synchronized Swimming Club at Oshkosh when it was organized in September of 1957. Eighteen girls were charter members that year and immediate instruction was begun on strokes and stunts unique to synchronized swimming. After eight month’s work a program entitled "Standing Room Only” was presented in the college pool and was very well received by all.
In this, its second year, the group presented its second program "Through the Years”. As it was in 1957, the program coincided with Mother’s Day weekend and the club hopes to make the show an annual Mother’s Day program.
Club membership is open to any girls who are advanced swimmers.
Miss Hardt is the advisor of this group.
Front Row: Margo Masterson, Barbara Bohnc. Judy Brink. Camille Johnson.
Middle Row. Adriannc Ackcrcr, Kay Frederick, Carolyn Schmidt.
Top Row: Joanne Matthews. Carmen Norton. Ann Marie Valitchka.
Page one hundred-seventyII IIIIERS DA HE
The modern dance club’s purpose is to offer the students, through the creative possibilities inherent in such activity, another opportunity to develop grace, poise, and self-assurance.
The club consists of seventeen members: Imy Christensen. Karen Fclsncr, Connie Gardner, Carol Hamilton, Mardclle Hostcttler. Nancy Jagodinski. Judy Koffcrnus. Jannie Kollcr, Judy Majnarick. Margo Masterson. Betty McAllister. Shirley Parker, Sue Paral, Maureen Ryan, Carol Sheppard, and Jo Wussow.
Advisor is Miss Joan Pavelski. The officers for the year were President: Maureen Ryan. Sec.-Treas.: Betty McAllister.
During the year the club was very active. They participated in such events as the Children’s Play and Mother’s Day Program. On March 21-22 the group presented their “Spring Program”.
Next year this very worthwhile club plans to continue its activities and increase its membership.
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Page one hundred-seventy-sixHOTEL EVANS BROS. OSHKOSH
R AULF o BURR, INC. OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY
Air-Conditioned Fire-Proof o Finest in 146 MAIN STREET
Banquets of All Kinds o Dining Room QUALITY FOODS Phone
Entertainment Nightly 555 Algoma Boulevard Stanley 2358
Gee, hut it’s great to be alive!
Page one hundred-seventy-sevenSITTER'S
Phone Stanley 722 II and 13 Main Street OSHKOSH. WISCONSIN
RACE OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.
183 Main Street
24 Washington Boulevard OSHKOSH. WISCONSIN
EDDIE'S SPORT SHOP
Complete line of Fishing and Athletic Equipment
136 Scott Street
Phone STANLEY 935
College Outline and Scliaum Outline Series at
22 Washington Boulevard
Corner Jackson and Scott A Friendly Utile Place to Stop
BARBER'S CANDY SHOP
EARN EXTRA MONEY This Fall —at
1510 Oregon Street
MILES KIMBALL CO.
Main Building 319 Eighth Street
STAN I. E Y
7 1 3
Life at the Hotel Atheam
And I haven't a thing to wear!
Page one hundred-seventy-eightmi m a
1R. AND MRS. LONG Student Union
It always seems like something has to go wrong when there’s a deadline to meet. Anyway, that's what happened to us this year! When it came time to get the college helpers page in. a picture was missing. (ART WORK) We feel as
Seated: Mary Dracgcr. Head Cook; Bee Bodah. Standing: Leona Rauhe. Elizabeth Babbit . Tress Kaufmann. Not Pictured: Nina Warner and Gladys Bodoh.
MR. AND MRS. SMITH Radford Hall
hours have been but in by them as they gave college students helping hands when greatly needed. Such jobs as opening doors while organizations practiced for various contests throughout the year, carrying tables and moving props on the stage in the Little Theatre, and other jobs, plus of course, their regular work.
"The highest ol distinctions is service to others”.
King George VI
Left: Mrs. Laura logatz. Assistant Cook; Mrs. Lorraine Hinze. Head Cook.
rage one hundred-seventy-nineS T U I) E S
Abb!. Donald 37, 127 Abraham, Barbara 76 Abraham, John J.
Abrohamson, Nancy 90, 113 Ackarar, Adrianna 96, 170 Adams, Chari ! 57, 127 Adorn!, David Adam!, Wolt r Ahl, Raymond
Ahr nt, Barbara 57. 104, 105. 109. 130 Akin. Ronald 57. 100. 106, 157, 158. 162 Alb rt, Mory
Albert, Virginia 77. 126. 136 Alb rt!, Brw«
Albright, David Albright. Robert Allard, Roymond Allen, D l 154 Amend, Diane 26. 86, 135 Anderton, Jerry 57 Androthko, Mary Ellen Andrew!, Judith Andropoli!. Andrew Annen, John Arndt, Corlton Armstrong, Bruce 154, 166 Armstrong, Helenjon 77 Arneman, Alan 26, 161 Arthur, James Asplund, Lawrence 26. 161 Atkins, Karen 136 Atwell, Jam
Audit. Margaret 90. 118. 137 Auger, Ferris Keith 92, 116 Austin, Darot Ayleswarth, Robert
Backus, Sally 117, 126. 135 Baier, Mory Jan
Baida, Russell Balia, Joan
Bamberg. Bruce 26, 109 Banville, Bernice Barkley. Jan 137 Balnis, Corol 84 Barber, Robert Borkow. Nancy 104, 131 Barlow, Robert Barnard, Charles Barnard, David Barnay, Mory Darien
Barrett, Carol, Mrs
Barron, Kathleen 117
Bartel, Roger 79
Bartels, Marilynn 57
Borfol, Conrad 157
Barti, Virginia 94, 113, 130. 131
Basel. Corol 57
Bosiliere, James 165
Bostar, Mary Ellen 113, 136
Battig, Eleanor 26. 168
Bauer. Dolores 27
Bauer. Gerald 110
Bauer, Keith 57
Bauer. Sandra 137
Baumgartner, Lois 57, 104, 135
Beorder, Susan 77
Beck. Dan 137
Beck, Ruth, Mrs.
Becker, Gregory Becker. Kay 57. 94. 126. 136 Becker, Ulrich Bednorowske, Eugene 57 Behm, Priscilla Behroosi, Behrooi 128 Balk . Wayne 154 Bell, Janet Belot, Paula
Bennett, Dorothea 27, 107, 109 Bennett, Thomos Kerens. Robert Beret, Betty
Berg, Morgoret 94
Bill . Frederick
Bitter, Robert 102
Blanchette, Annette 84. 137
Blanchette, Mary I. 57
Blankenburg. Donna 57, 96, 106, 133. 168
Blaiek, Marie 77. 126
Bloomer, Edward 27. 137
Bock. Mory 27. 96
Bodart, Roger 27. Ill
Bodmer. Charles 57. 92. 111. 179
Bogusewski, John 167
Bohne, Borbara 94, 113, 161. 170
Boler, Douqlot 27
Boler, William 112, 143. 164. 170
Bork, Marlene 28, 90
Born, Borbaro 57. 94
Bovcki, Robert 57
Bosman, Joseph 28
Botsenbroek, Karen 77, 86
Brandt, Janice 77
Braun, Ronald 79
Bread, Robert 110
Bremer. Avis 77
Brennan, Donald 154, 165
Brey. Donald 102. 112
Brink. Judith 76, 170
Broderick, Jomes Broehm. Beverly 94. 122. 169 Broeniman, Ernest 28, 117 Brookins, James 154 Brown, John Brown, John Brown, Thomas 136 Brownson, Solly 94, 128 Brys, Daniel Brunet, lorry 154, 166 Buens. Marlene 126 Buboli. Leslie
Buchholx, Shoron 77. 88. 134, 135 Buchman, Charles 137 Buck. Neal 76 Buck, Warren
Buechel, Bonnie 28. 96. 118, 135, 136
Buechel, Eugene 58, 92
Buero, Joann 58, 137
Buero, Patricia 86
Buetow. Dion 58, 104, 109
Burnton, Susan 77
Buth, Arlene 77, 126 Burner. Oeorg
Butts. Donald.28, 92, 135 Byrne, Emmett
Collies. Ned 58. 120, 166
Campbell, Duncan 28
Cassidy. Mory 58. 118, 134. 137
Chose, Ronald 58
Christensen, Imogen 78
Christenson, Gerold 76
Chupito, Patricia 77, 134, 137
Cismoski, Loren 58
Clarich, Francis 58, 136
Clark, James M. 77
Clark, James R.
Cloy, Jonit 58. 137
Coenen, Allan 154, 166
Collins. Hollie 157
Collins, Jo Ellen
Congdon, John 29, 117
Connolly, Rita 77. 118, 128, 134. 137
Conrad, Marilyn 78, 118
Corbett. Hugh 28. 92, 106, 127, 136, 164 Cornelius, Mary 29, 84, 117 Corrigoll, Carolyn Cottrell, Robert
Coughlin, Rodney 58. 154. 166
Coulahan, Mary 58. 96
Cowling. Thomas 102
Coyne, William 29
Cox, Ervin 154
Cox, Patrick 128
Cromer. Harold 78, 126, 136
Crimmings, Sharon 58, 94, 126
Crombi . Dennis
Crombi . Richord 106, 111. 113, 115
Cronce, Shirley 88, 113, 126
Cudahy, Bernard 110
Cuff. Rita 96. 113, 126, 136
Cundy, Miles 154
Curran, Ronald 79
Ciish, Shirley 88 Cxoschke, Chet 98
Dobson, Jo Ann
Daggett, Marilyn 109
Dohlke, Karen 135
Dahlke, Sandra 77, 126, 135
Dolsonto, Nkk 162
Danielson, Vkki 79
Douploise, Barbora 29. 84 Davel, Frederick 98 Davidson, Mary 78, 134, 137 Davies, David Davies, James Davies. Neil 76 Davis, Jamas 157, 158 Davis, Neil Day. Phil 76, 110 Doy, Ronald Deo ley, Robert DeGroot, Robert 137 Deimer, Donna 88. 118. 131 Deitte, Dole Delamater. Thomas 78 Dellger, Sharon 77. 137 Oeloria, Susann 76 DeMoulin, Diane 58. 104 Dempsey, Jerome Dempsey, Thomas Denson, Wilbur 128 Derksen, Robert
Page one hundred-eightyDerut, Irene
Dettloff, Ann 118
Dewane, Robert 29
Dhein, Mory 90
Dibble, Florence 78, 112, 134
Dieck, Delmer 58
Diet, John 128
Diemer, Donna 113
Ditter, David 30
Dittloff, Richard 92. 165
Doberttein, Carol 58
Dodge. Michael 166
Dohrman, Diontha 30, 90, 107, 136
Doll, Joan 30. 90
Dorn. Jane 94
Dotch, Robert 166
Draeger, Rutted 77
Dragon, Emil 58
Dreutier, Blaine 128
Driettel, Arthur 122
Drover, Audrey 58
Drvmmy, Gail 77, 126, 137
DuBoit. Richard 77
Duncan, Pam 30, 129
Dunlavy, Patricia 59. 90. 113. 130
Dunlovy, Terry 77. 128. 131. 137
Dupiet, Mory 30. 90
Durocher, Glen 161
Dyken, Joan 168
Eogon, Gary 59
Eottling, Nancv 136
Eatton. lorry 30
Edwordt. Gene 59. 137
Ehlert, Thomot 166
Ehman, Gory 76
Eichinger, Robert 31. 162
Eickhoff, Richard 110
Eilet. Betty 59. 96. 109. 112
Endert. Thelma 113, 137
Em, Norilho 90. 117
Eyert, Robert 59, 1)8
Farr, Richard 59. 129
Feldman, Mary 31, 94, 135, 136
Feltner, Karen 76, 118, 135
Fentke, Howard 31. 98, 122. 135
Fettenden. Groce 59, 84, 132
Fictum, Donald 31. 107
Finnegon, Huah 77
Firehammer. Morge 31. 94, 107, 109
Fitcher, Jack 135
Fither, Stanley 77
Fitigorrald, libby 90, 118
Fleitchman, Robert 77
Flunker. Donald 59. 100, 106. 115
Fogtmon, Charlet 117
Foetch, Walter 78
Foley, Kitty 76
Fordham. Mary 78, 137
Fonter, Margoret 79
Frolith, Jamet 102, 130
Franckowiok. Bernard 59
Frank, John 59
Franike, JoAnn 77
Frederick, Kothleen 113, 118, 170
French, John 157
Frey, Jomet 165
Friebel. Ernett 59
Fritchen. Delbert 157, 166
Froehkle, Philip 135
Fuller. Kothleen 59. 88. 113. 118. 134 Fulwiler, Merton 59 Futtord, Thomat Gobert, Henry
Galikowtki, Phyllit 137
Garbe. Carol 59
Garnet, Virginio 31, 90, 106
Gatet, Philip 59
Gauthier. Nancy 94
Gee, William 59
Geer. Virginio 59. 118, 136
Gehrig, Noncy 77, 137
Geimer, Allan 32. 98. 110. 118, 122, 137,
Gendron. Mary 59, 137
George, Robert 32, 107
Gerber. Rochelle 104. 117
Gereou, Clarence 32
Gerlach, Corol 96. 113, 126, 135, 148
Getchiut. Jane 32, 136
Gieryic, Michael 32, 92
GieSert, John 60
Gilbertton, Kay 60. 88. 106, 131
Gilligon, Roland 32, 100, 154, 162
Girent, leo 33
Gitter, Froncit 137
Gjermundten. Kay 88. 113, 114
Goldtmith, Patricia 33. 86
Gomoll, Robert 98
Gorr, Peter 33, 102
Gortege, David 33, 137
Gotpodorek. Thomot 161
Gotz, Donald 60
Gould. Carol 33. 96. 126, 132, 133. 135,
Gould. Phyllit 112, 131. 169
Grabner, Michael 157, 158
Green, David 154
Gregory, Potty 60. 96
Greitch, Patricia 60, 94
Gretch, Catherine 77
Grey, John 60
Grietboch, Jamet 77. 100
Griewitch. Nancy 60. 104, 136
Griffith, Barbara 76
Grill, Ronold 98
Grota, Sharon 60, 109. 134
Grovodel, Dione 79
Gruber, Mory Ann 60, 84, 127, 137
Gruenberg, lovern 79
Gruetzman. Roberto 79, 117
Guelzow, Robert 60. 98. 163. 165
Gunz, Doug lot 79
Gute. Oennit 60. 92. 109, 122. 135
Haanen, Ann 90
Hoot, Mary 34, 107, 109, 118. 129, 137
Haatt. Veryl 60. 88
Hable, Aden 117
Hodrick, Seone 60
Haen, Rote Morie 126. 137
Haffner, A. 92
Haidlinger, Wm. 118
Haley. Mary Kay
Hod, Robert 60
Hade. Robert 122
Holverton, Den 34. 100, 157, 162
Halverton, Mory 60. 84, 133
Hamilton, Barbora 77
Hamilton, Carol 78
Hanley. John 92
Honnemon, Corole 60, 96. 133
Honnemon, Robert 34
Hontel, Elmer 60, 127, 154
Honten, Edmund 34, 107, 109
Hanten, Paul 76, 116
Hanten, Pauline 34
Honten, Robert 115
Honton. Robert 98, 106
Horke. Aden 165
Horke, Jomet 100, 157, 162, 166
Hormten, David 34, 115, 143
Horry, Richard 35, 98. 106, 111, 126
Hartzheim, Marqoret 77, 137
Hovel, Neil 60. 126. 137
Hein, Clifford 35
Heinzen. Pat 35, 96
Heldinq, Terry 165
Helgenton, Janice 88. 112, 135
Helqren, Ron 35
Heller, E. Joan 61, 84, 113, 126, 136
Hendrich, Bonnie 135
Hendry, Donold 76
Hendry, Patricia 94
Henning. Suzanne 61
Henry. Gerald 61, 102
Hentel, Oorothy 35, 90
Page one hundred-eighty-oneHephner, Art 137 Hephner, Earl Herb, Herbert 79 Herloche. Ward Herman, Jomet 61 Herminofh, Wm. 77 Horrmonn, Alyce 61 Herzog, Ted
Hear, Christine 61. 88, 113, 126. 133
Heydon, Kenlynn 96, 113, 118, 131. 169
Higby. Judy 77, 128
Hightdudis, George 35, 100, 154. 162
Hilderbrandt, Russel 92, 135
Hiley, Elaine 36. 86. 109. 134
Hill, lee 135
Hinesh, Joan 77, 126
Hinkent, Clifford 36, 162
Hinz, Mrs. Myrtle
Hlovachek, Elizabeth 36. 96, 107, 109. 126, 132
Hoevet, Marlene 61, 90
Hoffman, Chorles 118
Hoffman, Janice 36
Hofmon, Gordon 61, 127
Kogan, William 61, 100
Hohenstein, Dolores 90, 136
Holewintki, Thomas 76, 131, 137
Holsen, Chorles 36
Hotsen, Gorald 61
Holtz, Mory lou
Holverson, lois Ann
Hook, Jomes 76. 118
Hoppe, Sandro 77. 117, 126
Hopper, John 102, 128
Horn. Williom Otto
Hostettler, Mardelle 61, 84, 118 Hoverson, Morlene 36. 90, 109, 113, 114, 117 129. 136 Hoverson, Shirley 37, 107, 136 Hovet, Kenneth Hriebernik, James Huberty, C. Arthur 161 Huberty. Irvin 37. 92. Ill Huborty, Mary 77 Hubli, Donna 61, 94 Huck, Janet 61, 90, 168 Huck, Sharon 77 Huebner, Carol 78. 113. 134 Huebner, Floyd 61, 127 Hughes, Thomas 78 Huibregtse, Susan 77, 137 Humbol, Colleen 77
Hunter, Sharon 37, 84, 107. 109, 126. 129
Hupke, Myra 78
Hurlbut, Kathleen 61
Ihlenfcldt, Jeon 61 Ihrke, Chorles Ihrke, Robert 110 Ingram, Terrence 61 Ingwoll, Robert Inouye, Ronald 128, 162 Ising, Burt J.
Jackman, leon R.. 37, 161 Jacobson, lois M.
Jacobson, Melvin 157 Jacobson, Richard Jaeger, Kenneth Jaeger, Roymond 61 Jaeger, Roger 62
Jagodinski, Carol 37, 88, 106, 107. 109, 126
Jagodinsky, Edward 62
Jagodinsky, Nancy 77
John, Robert 62
Johns, Nancy 77. 135
Joschob. lois 62. 84. 106. 168 Jawson, Denis Jenson, Barbora 117 Jentz, Sondra 62, 96, 133 Jero, leroy
Jesch, Vera 62. 88, 135 Jeske, Myrtle 77 Jiso, Elizobeth 78, 137 Johnson, Arthur
Johnson, Comille 170
Johnson, Dave R . 37, 107, 109
Johnson, David 77
Johnson, Diane 164
Johnson, Karen 76
Johnson, Roger 98
Johnson, Shirlene 38. 90
Jones, Joyce 76
Jones, Judith Ann 77. 112
Joppa. Betty Jeon
Jorgensen, Denis 76
Jotfin, Rex 164
Juedes, Joyce 78
Kaeding, David 128 Kaempf, James Kohl. Shelby 62. 94 Kohler, Floyd 135 Kalupa, lucille Kalupy, Clarence Kandler, Earl 161 Karczewtki, Faith 135 Karisny, Robert 157, 165 Korman, lowrence 154 Kornes, Robert 38 Korrels. Daniel 38. 109, 137 Koschube, Marlene 38 Kaschube, Orin Kaufmann, Darryl 157 Koutzer, lois 118 Koznierczok, Ronold Kearley, lorry Keeler, Kermit
Keller. Kathleen 38. 104, 107, 118, 126
Kellett, Gory lee
Kelley, Jomes 110
Kelly. Judy 112, 169
Kempfert, Nancy 62, 113
Kerrigan, Robort 154
Kerrigan, Thomas 38
Kerry, Carmen 62, 96, 113, 130, 133
Kotterhogen, lee 163
Kiel, Jack 62
Kiel. Morlene 118
Kiesow. Kent 39. 118
Kilfz, Edward 163
Kinas. William 76
Kindstrom, Charles 100
King. Celeste 78. 134
King, Herbert 39
Kipp, Mary Ann 62
Kircher, John 102
Kirk, Barbara 78
Kirk, Mory 77. 137
Kiser, Judith 62. 96
Kitzinger, Delores 39, 104, 137
Kitzman, George 62, 126. 131, 134, 135
Klann, Marlene 62
Klausch, lorry 77
Kleiber, Jerome 39, 92
Klein. Kenneth 100, 157. 162, 165
K'ienforth, Nancy 62. 104, 114
Klinger, Theodore 77
Kloppman, Donno 39. 84
Knight. Ellen 39. 104. 109, 118
Knight. Ruth 88, 117, 118, 136
Kober, Delores 135
Koboski, Carolyn 62, 104, 126
Koch, Robert 78
Koeck, Gail 85. 118
Koeck, Ronald 78
Koehn, Ruth Ann 62
Koenigs, lowrence 76
Koeppen, Raymond 63
Koffornut, Judith 62
Kohl, Diane 76, 137
Koller, Janet 90. 169
Kolterjahn, Jack 40, 126
Konrad. Mary 40. 84. 107. 109, 126, 137
Kons, Gerald 77
Korbish, Edward 63
Kornelly. Pauline 137
Kotlowtki, Tom 165
Kottke, Marie 135
Koval, Bernodine 40
Krause. Sister Mory Annice O P.
Krause, Byron 40
Krause, David 98
Krause. Donald 154
Krause, Marilyn 63, 94, 113, 168
Kreisa, William 163
Kremers, Robert 118
Kritz. Ardis 84, 85
Kroll. Barbara 134
Kroll, Carol 79
Kroll, Donald 40
Kroll. Judine 77. Z6. 126, 137, 169
Kroll, Karen 63, 90. 109
Krueger, Ewold 40. 127
Krueger, Mary Jo 77, 137
Kubole, Barbara 96, 113, 122, 137
Kuehl, Kenneth 118
Kuether, Donald 161
Kuiper, Dale 63
Kuranowicz, Paul 164
Kurtz, Poul 167
Kusto, Romono 90
laatsch, Donald laCombe, Roberto loedtke, Donald 92 loes, Joanne 63. 134, 137 laFromboit, Glen 76 lakin, Edword lamb, Froncis 63, 109. Ill lombrecht, Ronald 131 lampert, Phillip 41 lampert. Thomas longo, David lange, Dorothy 41 lange, Ervin langenbera, Jomes langholz, Ruth 76 laPoint, Robert 41 loRose, Richard larsen, Maurice
Page one hundred-eighty-twolorson, lorry A. 63. 100 Larson, lorry I. lorti, Joyce 78, 118 low, John
louertdorf, Albert 112, 131 laulerboch, Joon
loViolette, Joon 63, 94, 106, 126
lowless, Margaret 41, 90, 113
loo, Noncy 78, 134
loote, Ruth 63, 88, 135
leeftink, Janna 94
looftink, Vallio 94
lohor, Borbora 41. 90, 169
Lehman. Carol 41. 107. 137
loitingor, Eloino 104, 137 lomory, Alan 63. 98. 118, 136 lemiou , William lomko, Diono 63. 109 Lemke. Shelby 104. 106 lenti. Mortho 104. 136 lent, Dean 112. 136. 164 leanord, John leanhordt, Emmett
lettenberger, James 100. 157, 158, 162,
lettenberger, Robert 63. 131, 133. 137
lewellyn, James 130
lewellyn, Norbert 76
lewis, Robert 42. 102
lewis, Virginia 42, 127
leyton, Borbora 76
liesch, Marilyn 63, 104, 106. 109, 136
lindgren, Wayne 135
linser. David 118
lipke, Henry 63
Llewellyn, James 110. 137
long, Borbora 63. 84. 118
loomons. Nancy 77
lorem, Joseph 154
lorenx, Robert 63
lowther, Elisabeth 128, 136
luctok, Borbora 78. 134, 137
luebke, David 63. Ill
lueck. Carol 77. 137
lust, Judith 94
Moos, Marlene 78. 135
Macknick, Rkhord 64, 166
Moddy, Bruce 64
Maes, John 92
Magnin, John 157
Mainarkh. Judith 88, 128, 136
Molchow, Richard 42. 166
Malchow, Thomas 154, 167
Mancel, Mabel 117
Monderfield. Lucille 88. 130, 132
Marhenfke. Mary Ann
Marheine, Morvin 42
Marohn, Louis 79
Masterson, Margo 170
Matthews, Joanne 168, 170 Motthaias, Annette 64, 117 Mauel, Richard Mauer, Junke 64, 135
Mouer, Jerry 165 Maulick, Robert 64. 165 Mauk, Kenneth Mouriti. John Maus, Jerry Mailed, Wendo 96 McAllen, Thomos McAllister, Betty McCobe, Mory McCofFery McCain, Dorothy McCorthy, Thomas McClellan. William McCoy, Robert McCrory, Herdis McDaniels, Jeon McDonald, Daniel McEnroe, Edword McGoey, Michael McGarth, James McKinley. Woyne 77 McKinnos. Morguerite McKinnon. Judith McKinnis, James 165 McLeod, lorna McOlath, Auston 77 Meenk, Darryl Meerdink, D.
Megathlin, James 64, 102, 110 Meisner, Robert 64 Meissner, Robert Meister, Audrey 42, 126 165 Melberg, Robert 79
Mellum, Doretta 78, 135
Mellum, Henrietta 78
Mersch, Margaret 78, 137
Met , Margaret 64, 137
Meyer, Thomas 43
Michels. Wendelin 43
Micholis, Jerry 78
Miller. Harold 166
Miller, Janet 77
Miller, Janke 131
Miller, Marjorie 90
Miller, Rkhord 154
Miller. Sharlyn 84
Minsky, Robert 64
Missling, Morlene 64, 88
Mitchell, Loren 110
Mitchell, Rkhord 64, 110
Mohr. George 98. 163, 165
Mohs, Carl 77
Mohseni, Ziaeddin 77, 128
Moldenhauer, William 43
Molus, Jacquelyn 64
Morqan, Micheal 64
Mrozinski, Adele 77
Mueller. Edword 64. 110, 117, 118. 136
Mueller, Gerald 43
Mueller, Kenneth 43, 111
Muel'er, Raloh 129
Mueller. William 131
Muenster, Glenn 165 Mulloux, Donald Mulroy. Rkhord 77 Murphy, John 44 Murphy. John W.
Murphy, Paul 64 Murphy, Sandro Murray, Ann 44 Murray, Richard J.
Murray, Rkhord U.
Mutschler, ludwig Mutzelburg, Melvin
Neumann, Jo Ann 64
Neitzel, Evelyn 64, 135
Nelis, Barbara 44, 86. 112, 136
Nelson, Horold 154, 164
Nerenhausen, Grant 76, 118. 126, 135
Neuman, Carol 44, 96
Neuser, Kenneth 92
Newhouse, Richard 98, 112, 118 Newton, Robert 44, 107, 109 Nichols, Dixie lee 146 Nichols, Jonet 64, 104 Niehoff, Donna 104 Nielson, Ralph 143 Niquette, JoAnne Nitkowski, Mory Ann 129 Noah, Gory Noe, Howord 102 Noel, Jacqueline 78 Nolan, Mkhael 76 Norton, Carmen 113, 170 Novotny, Betty Jone Novshek, Kathleen 104 Nowak, Jomes Nowell, James E.
Obenberger, Kay 77, 126, 130 Oberstadt, Potsy 76, 86, 135 O'Brien, Donald 118 O'Brien, Eugene O'Brien, Thomos 157, 158 O'Connell, Dennis 64 Oestrekh, tester
O'Heorn, Thomos 45. 109, 112, 129, 137
Olson, Rita 45
O'Neill, Arlys 76
Ostermier, Terry 65, 122, 129 Ott, Albert 131 On, Betty
One. Jomes 65, 100, 154, 162 Otto, John Otto. Russell Owens, Harlan 110 Oyer, Emily 45
Paape, Janis 76
Poepke, Frederick 65. 98. 110, 118
Palmer, John 118
Parker. Shirley 45, 104
Pauly, Louise 64. 94, 113, 126
Peachey, Jone 76
Penkoske, Carol 84, 133
Perdue, Jomes 111
Perdue, Judy 88, 113, 135
Peters, Jacqueline 65. 112. 129
Page one hundred-eighty-threePoterton, A.
Peterson, Jocquolino 65, 84, 86.
Peterson, Thomoi 154, 166
Pail, Corol 65. 104
Pfeiffer, loroina 113, 137
Pfitter, Noncy 96, 113, 126. 132.
Phalp , Robert
Phillip , Oannis
Phillip , Edword
Pika, Rkhord 65
Piotter, Wollar 166
Plontkao. Chatter 46
Plumin, Ronald 154
Plutchok. Gail 65. 90. 106, 168
Pocket. Philip 78. 136
Pohnl, Robart 165
Pokrondt, Dorothy 76
Polontky, Bavarly 76, 135
Pollard. Corol 88
Polomi , Marilyn 104, 131 Polomi , S. 137 Poltin, Jama
Ponca. Doi»y 94, 128. 137
Poquatta. Ronald 65
Pro har, Christine 112. 148
Prouio, Claona 117
Priaba. Kannath 166
Prindivilla. Garold 92. Ill
Procknow. Norito 65, 96, 122
Pubonr, laonord 165
Putnam, Janat Putiar, Thomo
Quavillin, Mory Ann 65
Raatx, Marcalla 46. 114, 135 Raoti, S. 86 Roca. Mory Rodcliffe, Brando Raddotz, Rogar 161 Radtka, Carl Raduans, Morilyn 76 Raduenz, Morjeon 84 Rofoth. Mory lynn 65, 104 Raiilar, Nancy 79 Raithal. Cloudio Romm. Jodall 88. 126, 135 Roiimuitan. Gory Roimuitan. Koran 78 Rathar, laa Ratxburg. Fronca
Rou ch, David Rauich, Jo mat Routmann. Orval 126. 127 Raogon, Dani 110 Raomar, Doro Radamonn, Jama
Radlin, Ruttoll Radmon, Donold 46 Radmon, Kannath 154 Radmon, Robart Raahl, Ban 65, 117 Raahl. Chorla 118 Raa»a, Mory low 46, 94 Raaia, Woyna Rohbain, Carlo 65. 90. 168 Rahbain, Jama
Rahrouar, Gaorga Raichordt, Elian 78, 136 Raidamon, Jeon 76. 86 Raiahanbargar, Nancy Roif, Rogar Rainart, William 92 Reitz, Joanna 78 Ramo. Douglaan Ran , Danni
Rantmaattar, lowrence Raichka, Harman Rethetka, Nail 78 Retpolje, Moynord 76
Ra xko, John 65 Rattaroth, John 135 Rawolt, Gory 65
Rhoda, Kannath Rhymar, Sua 76 Rica, Suxanna 46, 84 Richordton, Daniel 65 133, 135, 148 Richordion, Patrick Richter, Adrian Riadan. Gordon Rieti, Marilyn 78 Riatx, Richord
Riavat, Virginia 77. 128, 135 Riley. Eleanor 76 Rinaldi, Ralph Rippl. William Ri taw, Don
Ritchie, Sutan 78, 118, 134 Robert . Janet Roe, Danni 78 Roe. Robart 118 Roeber. Richard 47. 100 Roeder, Eileen 78
Roeder. lorna 66. 96, 114, 130. 133, 143
Roeier, Richard 76
Roethel. Paul 65. 109, 127
Roever, Wanda 47. 107, 109. 118
Roger . Clifford 65
Roome. Jock 166
Rotcoe. loi 47, 90
Ro enthal, Jon
Roth. Chariot 66. 110, 131. 133
Roth, Jama 110
Rothenbock, Morcelline 78
Route, Nancy 66, 94
Ruetink, Kenneth 47
Ruffolo, Robart 92. 110. 131
Runga. Owen 92
Runkel, Alton 47, 92
Ruprecht, Danita 66
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Schoefer. Frederick 48, 157 Schafhautor, Jamet Scharenberg, Edward Schaut, Ronold C.
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Tully, Aundro 52. 84
Turczntki. Carl 53. 107, 126 Tuttle, Eorl 67 Tyriner, David
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Zoiter, Edword 78. 135 Zarndt, Donald 110 Zattrow, Irene
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