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5 vvrv. 7r. wwwpa' . ' w 111 THE SENIOR CLASS, OF WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGI PRESENT ITS 1960 PIONE and INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY ER ANNUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication 6 Highlights 8 Administration 19 ETHOS Faculty 30 Employees 43 Underclassmen 45 STUDENT LIFE Activities 5 7 Organizations 71 Religion 119 Residences 127 ATHLETICS Football 142 Crosscountry 146 Basketball 148 Track 151 Tennis 152 Intramural 153 Baseball 154 Golf 154 GRADUATION E lementary 1 60 Secondary 164 Technology 1 75 Arts $ Science 1 78 Senior Activities 180 Friends of the College 184 F aculty Index 186 Student Index 137 Organization Index 192 DEDICATION On July first of 1959 a long contemplated dream became a reality. Two firmly established state schools of higher education united to become one functioning body. The need for more varied and greater educational advancements was the essential promoter behind the consolidation. The Institute of Technology has, for more than the past five decades, offered services to students desiring an education in the fields of civil and mining engineering. It was first established to supply trained persons for the mining industry in Southwestern Wisconsin. The former Wisconsin State College at Platteville had its beginning as a Normal School in 1866. Through the years, it has brought honor to the surrounding communities and the state of Wisconsin in graduating many capable teachers. Before and during the process of combining the two schools, growth has been evident, not only through the construction of new facilities such as the dormitories, student center, and the laboratories, but in an expand- ing curriculum and an increasing enrollment. For many, growth has been evident in mere awareness of growth - the premonition, the conscious sensitivity, the ideation of it, nourished by the merger. The wedding of two such institutions, each with its opportunities to offer, its traditions to uphold, and its ends to achieve, is a mold - a whole, forging toward a new goal, enriched. The future of this new educational center holds a promise of onward and upward progression. As these changes have been completed, it is in evidence that friendship and fellowship have been born. Loyalties and opportunities have been re- directed and have begun to converge - each teaching the other. The graduating class has seen the unfolding of the necessary preparations for the merger. Being aware of the enormous amount of coop- eration that was needed to bring about such unity, the Class of 1960 wishes to dedicate its annual to the junction of the two institutions, and the success of that junction into the newly operating Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology at Platteville, Wisconsin. Let it be improved: encour- aged, respected, and propagated. .behmwmm. 16 18 Administration For all who will, may enter and find within these walls: equal and varied opportunities for a liberal education based alike on art and indus- try, with books and things, work and study com- bined -and where good health, the spirit of fair play, and joy in work well donkshall abound. WWW A , , $, a , 4,3. ,, $5: . . A $ 1 , ' a V , -, Nughgu M . X . gyfi;;31$,a President Bjarne- R. Ullsvik Education consists of the reciprocal processes of learning and teaching and is primarily concerned with the achievement of a set of goals characterizing the supporting society. The effec- tiveness of the reciprocal processes is dependent upon the dedi- cation of the teachers, the learning facilities, and the motivation of the students. We are fortunate in having these ingredients for effective learning, and the success of the year 1959-60 can be largely measured in how well these opportunities for learning were utilized. Of special signifiance was the merger of the Wisconsin Institute of Technology and Wisconsin State College at Platteville that occurred on July 1, 1959. This merger was motivated by a desire for a more comprehensive curriculum, better utilization of staff and facilities, and increased opportunities in higher edu- cation for Wisconsin youth. The success of this first year of the merger can only be measured in terms of achievement of educa- tional objectives-enamely, the fulfillment of individual aspira- tions and preparation for elfective living. The satisfaction of individual needs must await student self-evaluation but a critical examination of campus living gives an indication of services to be expected in the adult world. Grades, exams, credits, and a host of extra-curricular recognitions characterize campus achieve- ments, but the true measure of the success of the year 1959-60 will need wait for future service rendered to and by students. This year has been filled with changes, orientation, and adjust- - ments but good will and harmony has characterized both faculty and student endeavors. The ease and articulation en- joyed can be largely attributed to the desire for cooperative effort by both students and faculty. Our school and the state have benefited from the well prepared plans and harmony of working together. hose who are graduating are prepared for life's endeavors by a dedicated faculty extending their best wishes and fond hopes. The future success of these 1960 graduates will bring honor to our college, and those who remain will wish to merit concern to aid in providing increased opportunities for those students who will follow. Those who remain must also strive to maintain the standards of excellence, so all may look upon their Alma Mater with justifiable pride. The Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology is proud of its heritage and tradi- tion and looks forward with a vision of great hope. BJARNE R. ULLSVIK President Regent, Foster Porter Bloomington Regent, Harold Geyer Platteville In the Office ofDeans . . . For many of us, Dr. Harris, am Dean of Men and Students, has berome and will remain, a friend as well as a leather. These two seem synonymous when referring to Dean Harris. We have often been provided with a smile, a, hello, and sometimes guidanre from one we have fame to know well during the past four years. But there is much. beyond that. Dean Harris, collaborating within the aflire 0f deans, has many sides to his busy schedule. Testing services are available through the ohtice 0f deans. Not only does the office cooperate with the entire testing program, but individual test batteries can also be arranged. The ogiee is set up primarily for the provision of personal semices. Besides teaching Vocational Guidance, Dean Harris serves as a member on the Disciplinary Board, Orientation Board, Student Employment Board, Student Housing Board, the Administrative Council, and the Student Financial Aid Committee. As Dean of Men, he must be responsible for counseling and directing the men, and, as Dean of Students, he is responsible generally for the guidance of all students. BERNARD HARRIS Professor of Education, Dean of Students "To make the procedures and systems work toward the satisfactirm 0f the greatest num her of people" is typit'al sounding of our own Dean jones, who has in a short time convinced us that she is never too busy when it comes to students- women and men alihe. She has shown us, in, her fnst year at WSCIT that she not only considers it her t'hief duty, but does take time to counsel her girls personally, vocationally, and amdemit'ally. Those of us who have had the opportunity to become acquainted with her know she dislikes being thought of as a truant affirm and welcomes students to stop into the Office of Deans for a chat. If we took these invitations to heart, we always found ourselves within a warm, friendly atmosphere eminating directly from the congeniality of this particular individual seated in the Ogice 0f Deans. Other jobs for which Dean lanes is responsible include the chaimmnship 0f the Student Life Organization Board, membership records in the Student Employment Board, participation on the Student Housing Board, Disciplinary Board, Orientation Board, Administrative Council, and Student Finam'ial Aid Committee. She is responsible for the yesz Sorial Calendar and the pertinent pmredures involved in the staging of student events. Her teaching duties lie in the instruction of Guidam'e and Business Administmtion. ROSAMOND JONES A ssistu 11 t Profcsso r of Edumtion, Dean of Women 23 MILTON A. MlaLcnick Profcsmt 1"! Geology, Dean-Dlmsmn 0f Ft'r'lnmlogy Pioneer Patrons Thirty representatives from twenty-five Southwest- ern Wisconsin communities constitute the Pioneer Patrons. Having formed in 1959, this new group attempts to learn the various functions and projects 01 XVSCIT so that its members can carry understand- ing and good will to their home communities. The Pioneer Patron talks with the iniluential people of his community in order that they can have :1 true, mmposite picture 01' the Pioneer College as it is today. Thus, l'uture college students learn to know what they run expect 01. state colleges, and especially, of 1VSCIT. The Patrons and their husbands and wives visit the college twice :1 year as 21 group so that they can be informed of our progress. Among some 01 the busiest men on campus are Mr. Melt'her, Dean 01' Technology; Dr. Longhorn, Dean of Instruction; and Dr. Hutcheson, Dean 01 Ad- ministration. We cannot deny that among these three Deans, many 01 us are able to claim particular favor- ites. To have known and worked with these individ- uals is justificatimi enough. For Dezm Neither, this has been his thirtyeseventh year 01' work in the field 01' higher enlutution in Plzitteville. He became a member 01' 1111.1. faculty in 11123, where he taught geology until 19-11. In 1911, he became president 01 the Institute. He served as president until the merging of VV.LT. 21nd VV.S.C.P. in July, 1959. Unfortunately, we were not able to :111i1i2lte with Dezm Melcher in his years 01 past service, but now, as a group, we had one year to proudly acknowledge Dean Melcher as one 01' our HWSCIT Deans." Mr. Melcher is presently responsible for directing 2111 01 the students in Mining, Civil, and Prelingmeering, besides holding the rank 01 Pros lessor of Geology. They gain insight into such things as our long- runge building program, student employment and loans, jobs available to students graduating from various majors, the qualifications of our faculty, scholarships, and our athletic program. XVith this information, they act as publicity and good-will am- bassadors for us. Indirectly, we are able to realize that they have proved to he a significant asset to our school. Patrons not pictured are: Robert Tracy, Janesville Mrs. Mch'a Ceach, Arnold Norslien, Mt. Hutch 1Vurren, 111. Harry Speieh, Mineral Point Robert TmViS, Plilllmillc Henry Soldwcdcl, James Porter, Bosmhcl bluutgu, lll. Dr. Longhorn, Registrar and supervisor of the facul- ty, is one of the best-liked men on campus. His sincere concern and friendship has won for him, a place in our minds and hearts that we will long re- member of our years at VVSCIT. The new graduate study program has. been added to the list of responsibilities for Dr. Longhorn. He has been selected to direct this program, in addition to the position which he holds as the director of the summer session. He also heads the Curriculum Com- mittee and still finds time for teaching government and history. Dr. Hutcheson, Director of the Doudna Laboratory School, joined the staff this year. Although those of us who were student teaching had more opportunity to become acquainted with Dr. Hutcheson personally, it is more than likely that many outside 01' the doors of the Laboratory School took it on their own to come to know this interesting and certainly capable individual whom the student teachers had the privi- lege of knowing. Dr. Hutchesonls primary duties in- volve those of student placement, student teaching, and work on the Building Committee. Dean Hutche- son also teaches classes in critiques. MILTON LONGHORN Professor of History, Dean of Instruction, Registrar HAROLD HUTCHESON Professor of Education, Dean of Administration, Dimdm' of Laboratory School Experiences, Director of Placement lst row: Edward S. German, Gays Mills; Mrs. Kenneth Holt, Dodgeville; Mrs. Edna Janke. Monroe; Mrs. Edna Bowen. Lancaster; Mrs. Harry Kilkelly, Cuba City; Mrs. Karl Kleinpell, Cassville; Mrs Barbara Chapman. South Wayne; Walter Calvert, Benton; Hugh Harper, Lan- caster. 2nd row: Carl Zielke. Madison; Harold Brockman. Platteville; $ Robert Bodden. Platteville; Lyle Atkinson, Darlington; Don Roethe. Fennimore; Thomas Reilly, Lancaster; Harold Geyer. Platteville; Francis Piquette. Platteville; J. Riley Stone, Reedsburg; Ralph Balliette, Platteville; Richard F. Bristol. Montfort; William T. Evjue, Madison; Louis SaLoutos, Richland Center; William Doudna, Madison; Foster Porter, Bloomington. ayx'Wr. W quwwe , a3. wwmmxm m?" 2A3wg$$9g$t , QQ f , 4 Wy $$3 $$$w vwgmwmv?Waemei aWthxr1en$g V ' ' . - v m W6aiisrgw waxy .- v a What is the Ethos ofa College? What has distinguished these past four years from all the other years of our lilfe? There is no formal, precise definition that will communicate the richness of these years or of this experience. We must review these moments in all their complexity to arrive at an answer. we must enumerate the many things of our college which have served for us in developing the knowledge, skill, mind, and character of our individual selves. we must consider . . . During these years places have been important. In them we have found the moments and ideas of the past recorded in volumes, some musty and forgotten, others dog-earred from frequent circulation. In the laboratories and class rooms housed in these build- ings, we have experimented and studied. 29 30 VELMA ALLEN Instructor of l. i h r u 1' V Svicncc KATHLEEN BACKUS Instructor 0! I. i b r u r y Scicnrc CHARLOTTE KNIGHT Associate Professor of Li. bmry Scicnu', Haul Li- Imu'izm MARY BARNES Instructor of L i h r u r y Science ROBERT VELZY Instructor of Psychology, Student Center Manager MARLYS MALLOW Instructor of English. Rcsidcm Director of Brig- ham H2111 HARRY FLETCHER Faculty Assistant of His- tory, Resident Director of Royce Hall 1w", .$',.3 ,, ., g, a'bm M IRIA M GODER WM. J. DENNIS FLETCHER WM. B. TIETZE Professor of Mush: Haul Instructor of Music Professor of Associate mecsmr ml of Department of Musir KIusic T. C. HENDRICKSON Associate Professor M An. Head of Department of Art WHLLIS NELSON lizu'ully Assistant of Art VERN THOMPSON Assistant Professor of Art persons andplaces, EDYTHE DANIEL Associate Professor of Education, Supervisor of Jr. High School English D0udna School MARY FISHER 'istant Professor of Enucalion. Supervisor of First Grade .. Doudna School NEIL GALLAGHER Instructor of Education, Supervisor of jr. High School Social Scicnccs Doudna School ELISA NEAL Professor of Education, Supervisor of Second GradFDoudna School CONSTANCE OTTMAN Instructor of Education, Supervisor 01' Kindel garten-Doudna School OWEN NELSON Instructor of Education, Supervisor of Ill. High School Science and Mulho- malicsdDoudna School ANNA R. NASSIF Instructor of Music VICTOR PAGENKOPE x Assistant Profc 901' ' 6f Education, SllpCerSOr of Fifth Grade Doudnzl School HAZIEL LINDERMAN Assistant Professor of Education, Supervisor 01' Fourth Grade Dnudnzl School ' DOROTHY FLETCHER Ass'slaml Prufc sm' of Education, Supervisor of Third Grade Dmulnu School JOHN BARTH LESTER J. LElTL DALE DIXON Assm'izllv Professor of Asx'm'iulc Professor of Associate Professor of Plusiull liduculilm. chul Physiall Etllu'uliml. Fom- Surveying. chul of Dc- of Department of Physiml bull and BasclmH Couch partmcnt of Surwying. Edumlinn. Din'tlor 0f Avasnciulc Director of Athloliw and Basketball Placement Coach NIARY ELIZABETH LIHVIS Assistant Professor of Health Education, College Nurse C. HELENE HANSEN Assistant Professor of Physiml Education CHARLES WINSOR Instructor of Physical Education, Track and Cross-Country Couch R. W. ROSENTHAL Assistant Professor of Mathematics 34 GEORGIA STORZER Assistant Professor nl' Musical Education GRACE ROBERTSON Assistant Professur of Home Economics HAROLD BEALS Instructor of Agriculture HARRY HENDERSON , . .. L . . W.S.JACKA ARTHUR IENSEN lmlcssm 0' Agricullurc - ; Associate Professor 01' Assistant 'Prol'rcssor of Agriculture Agriculture, Manager of College Farms E. W. HARDIES Professor of Agriculture CHARLES DENURE V. E. NYLIN Assistant Professor of Agriculture IRA MONTGOMERY Associate Professor of Agriculture Professor of Agriculture Head of Department of Agriculture KATHARINE CHAPMAN Associate Professor of Eng- lish FRANK PROSS Associate Professor of English R. R. DOERING Associate Professor of English FRANK STOKES Instructor of English EMILY FRANCOIS Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages RUTH GOBER RUSSELL HILL Associate mecssur 01' Associate Professor of English English, Hunt! of Depart- nwm 0f Communiczninns MARJORIE HUGUNIN RAYMOND MEYER Associate Professor of Instructor of English English LEONARD J. GARSIDE Associate Professor of Education, Head of Dc- partnlcnt of Education and Psychology theteachers... HAROLD HANSEN Associate Professor of Speech PHILIP BUCHANAN Assistant Professor of Journalism, Director of Public Relations PAUL GAUGER Associate Professor of Speech WILLIAM B. KNOX Associate Professor of Education H. C. WILKERSON Professor of Education SUSAN STUESSY Assistant Professor of Education, Director of Alumni Activities KEITH R. WOODS Professor of Education, Director of Elementary and Jr. High School Divi- sion DALE L. VERTEIN Associate Professor of Education W'. A. BROUGHTON Professor of Geology. H ml of Dcpartnutnt 01' Geology EARL E. KING Associate Professor of Physics W. R. LOY Associate Profcssm' 0f Chemist ry GLEN V. CUNDY Professor of Clu'misln. Head of Department 01' Physical Sciences ROBERT H ANSEN Assistant Professor Chemistry ROBERT HARKER A. 12ml Professor of Physws ROY SHAVER ROY SMITH Instructor of Chemistry Assistant Professor of Physics GEORGE BULLIS Associate Prul'cssm' Mathematics LAVERNE WEIDLER Instructor of Chemistry JOHN H. WOOLDRIDGE Associate Professor of Chum- islry E. G. HARRELL Professor of Mathematics, Head of Dcparnncnt of Mathematics, Dircclm' of Division of Secondary Education J. C. SPRADLING Associate Professor of Mc- chanics KATHLEEN BONIN F a c u l l y Assistant of Mathematics WM. L. NIKOLAI . HARRIS PALMER F. DAWSON TRINE DONALD W7EBER Instructor of Mathematics Associate Professor Associate Professor of Instructorof Mathematics Chemistry Geology DALE FATZINGER Instructor of Geography ARTHUR COOKE Instrutmr of Mechanics RICHARD GAMBLE Associate Professor of His. BLANCHE MILLER Lory, Head of Department Associate Professor 01' His- of Social Sciences tory THOMAS LUNDEEN Assistant Professor of His- lory i DALE VINYARD LUTHER A. ZELLMER Instructor of Political Professor of Geography Science LEO BOEBEL HERBERT CASH HAROLD GODER ELLA M. MARTIN Professor of Biological Sci Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of Professor of Biological ence, Head of Department Biological Science Biological Science Science of Life Sciences, Director of Division of Arts and Sciences MARIUS GRONBECK Instructor of Mining Engi- nccring JOHN ORTH Assistant Professor of Mechanical D r a w i n g, Head of Department of Mechanical Drawing no! pic! urz'rl: R. A. HARTSHORN Associate Professor of Mechanics, Head of Do partmcnt of Mechanics RUSSELL 0. WAGN ER Associate Professor of Bi- ological Science WALTER HANNAN Instructor of Civil Engi- nccring KEITH FAHERTY Instructor of Civil Engi- nccring WILLIAM KISSNER Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering ROBERT PIENKOWSKI Instructor of Biological Science C. W. OTTENSMAN JAMES LEITL G. H. PETT Professor of Civil Engi- Faculty Assistant of Law Professor of Mining EngL neering, Dean of Engi- necring, Head of Depart- neering, Head of Depart- ment of Mining Engineer- mcnt of Civil Engineering ing who have guided us, W. A. BUTTERY Faculty Assistant 01' In- dustrial Arts ALVA JARED Instructor of Imluskrial Arts CLIFFORD JOHNSON Associate Professor of In- 6115111211 Arts E. W'. MANZER Associatc Professor of In- dustrial Arts BERNARD WILDER Assistant Professor of In- dustrial Arts HOWARD OLSON Associate Professor of lnA duslrial Arts H. A. PEDERSON Professor of Industrial Arts. Head of Department of Industrial Arts liarrmann Libra Curtis. B o c k h o p, Chartraw. otherfamiliarfaces, mum mam; nmm a 10 H m l5 m '7 w 2v :2 2: 24 25 an 29 30 a: Dcudna Ln'mratorv D. Leighty. quick 1 u s I n 1' s s OHIt-e: Standing: R e d I u n. Kettler, Logan. Bein- ing. Seated: Bollant. Sz-howl: Registrar's 0 f f l c e: S 0 I h e i m, Sculdt, Aluni, Irish, Tindel. Cafeteria. P e r s o n n e1: G, Stark, and Mmes. Breihan. McKeon. Burkhard. Car- thew, Vinger. Puller, Van Natta, Dennis. Division of Technology Office Personnel: Mmes. McAteer and Derr. General Office Seated: J. O'Neill. Standing: B. Mur- phy. H. Zernicke, S. Ochs, J. Newman. Underclassmen An education is not a thing held at a place. It is people, enmeshed for what seems a fleeting moment in the spirit and realization of learning, of friendships, of laughter, of weary heads and feet, of kaleidoscope excitements, gathering inspirations and memories to carry with them. and each of our own lives OOOOOOOOCOOOOIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. f L 1 7 U: 4 R7 Y 3 .1W 2 a! x a hw.-- tum; m: rm. mo At; om, mmw zxmnn. Am: a szwumnv, . van: mu a Yuk mu , ,, ,m... N w ,-. ., ' ' swm nu, ma raw: : anv mm 0 O O O O O O O during these years. lst row: Carswell, Connor, Bollerud. Aiken, Bump, Braithwaite, Briggs, Annear, Bowers. 2nd row: Ehrke, Dalton, Boeck, Eklund, Doermgsfeld, Beach. Bigger, Cairns. Chandler. Bierman. 3rd row: Eckerman, Doran, Erickson, Chapman, Alexander, DeBuhr, Nelson, Curry, Cleary. 4th row: CropD. Belongia. DeNure, Devlin. Denzien, Doeringsfeld, Bendorf, Al- hright, Brandt, Draves. Freshman Class The long, long lines at registrattan! The F reshmen most likely found this to be the first tedious task of the year. Learning to live and work with others in elase quarters was probably the next difficult thing they encountered. Down life can be trying, yet which Freshman would give up those days of friendship and happiness. Each day was a lesson in psychology and a test of patience, and as they drew to a close, pet'haps the bond of rmnradeship became just a little tighter. Mr. Cligord Johnson and IMT. Dawson Trine were the elass advisors, always ready to lend a helping hand and speak a word of encouragement. Ifllowin Santos received the honor of being elected the president of the Class. Clyde Wells served as vire-president, Connie Curry as secretary, Nancy Finney as treasurer, Jim Knox as publicity tchairman, and John Kuhl as representative on the Student Governing Board. 47 ls: row: Winters, Wenzel, Thym, Zimmerman. Sherwin Walsh, Weber. Weeks. Porter. Uppena. 2nd row: Weber. Truttman. Whiton, Weigel, 'l'jugum. Suhr. Sander, Rhein, Whitmore. Woodward. 3rd row: Weckerly. Th'es. Romundson. Tuschen, Oudyn, Wejcman. Werth. Zimpel, Watson, Zimmerli. 4th row: Swenson, Soknlowski, Schweiner, Zimmer, Snyder, Stephens, Ogden, Markham, Watson, Wolter. Freshman Class 1st row: Hill, Hughes, LaMere, McKinley. Moore, Faivre, Hying, Juday, Henquinet, Larson. 2nd row: Grunewald, Henning, McDonald. Jennings. Lien. Gille. Hollis. Getschman. Kiefl'er, Kiarang. 3rd row: Guenther, Ferrin. Kintz. Hubl, Hutchinson, Johnson. Meads, Heihel, Hugunin, Kilen 4th row: Genthe. Jones, Mahmoud, Garbisch, Hum. Garske, Keel. Hill, Holzwarth. Mueller. 1st row: Remington. Schneider, Rippchen, Solowjow, Skare. Richter, Splinter, Suda, Preston, Louthiam 2nd row: Paulsberg. Sack, Summers, Lambert, Larson, Richman, McLain, Schiefert, Koros. 3rd row: Schaller, Sandstrom. Reasa. Bagegar. Posekany. Linton, Lhost, Foil. Montaba. 4th row: Rockweiler. Swain, McGuire, Messer, Pufahl, Oomens, Pel- luwski, Lau, McClain. Sophomore Class lst row: McConnell, Marty, Munson, Millman, McCauley, Michel. Levens, Lewis, Otani. 2nd row: Monroe. Olson, Lee Klar. Minette, Laufenbex'g, Luvaas, Nichols. 3rd row: Paulson. Misky, Klippel, Louthain, Lee, Lien. Kacizak, Puckett, Riechers. 4th row: Mullen, Mosher, Meade, Quade, Christianson, Reed, Meier, Karrmann, Osterday. 49 ttBusy" was the word describing the sophomore class during the past year. The beginning of the year brought the election of aljicers. Phil Karrmann was elected president, Harold Alosher, vice president; Nancy Cole, secretary; Robert Schields, treasurer; and Gerald Conley, SGB representative. Homecoming week brought much activity to the sophomores. They entered a float in the parade and capitalized on their acting ability by winning second prize on their stunt, "The Decline and Fall of Practically Everythinvf 1n january they sponsored a dame, which, after some tteomplicattonsf turned out to be very successful. February found the sophomores sponsoring a basketball game. Attractive posters were made and a, pep band was formed which played at the game. Mr. Dale Fatzinger and IWT. Ray Smith .xerved ax sophomore class advisors. lst row: Blumer, Cushman. Doering, Adams, Edge, McCarville, Bon- giomo, Barsness Brewer. 2nd row: Baumeister, Bredeson, Breuer, Ahing, Christensen, Erb, Olmstead, Carden, Dischler. Fox. 3rd row: Anderson, Enge, Ewing, Bertling. Conley, Ayer, Brown, Ayer. 4th row: Barthnll', Bender, Glennon. Ewers, Cams, Davis, Erickson, Ammzewicz. Sophomore Class 1st row: Harrell, Gomplor. Click. Nutter, Unnlm, Fitzsimmnns, IIipon- beckor, Hillcout. 75nd row: Huston, Gnvicr', WlLla-r, Fisher, Hale, Ilurlu-I'. Unke, Gierhart, Holland Mcb'zillt 3rd rnw: Foley. Kuwilm, Hurtz. Hum- mer, Hillman, Daentl, Flynn, Johnson, Hartwig, Jones. 4th row: Kalb, Gile, Horton, Fremont, Gilbertson, Gill, Howe, Groezingcr', Hughes. 50 Williams, Zimmerman, Ward, Tagalicod, Schleck, Wenduandt. 2nd row: Ruef. Schroeder, Peterson, Roehr, Swain, Schultz, Roberts, Sanderson 3rd row: Oosterhuis, Schuler, Williams, Ryan, Riechers, Smith, Schuster, Syftestad. lst rnw: Scholl. 1st row: Shields, Tubb, Willkomm, Walker. Rhyner. Stewart, Spaulding, Toberman. 2nd row: Schoppe, Vittorio, Stuntebeck, Wagner, Riemer, Sprecher, Sweet. 3rd row: Schliesman, Weidemann. Simley, Raise, Watson. Schmitz, Zweifol. L7! p-a Junior Class lst row: Hayes, Miller. P011012 Hendrickson. Noble, Messor, Hetzel, Lindner, Hoffman. 2nd row: McDougaL Knight, Miller, Kies, Poppy, Myers, Hanson, Hoffland. Paar. 3rd row: Murphy. Olstad, Heberlein, Ingram, Higa. Pinkham, Pluessl, Hales, Offerdahl. 4th row: Nevel, Kinney, Hutchinson, Jorgenson. Lampe, Bentz, Hamann, Anderson, Hardin. lst row: Kilkelly, Tackes, Scott, Sleep, Tucker. Tinkham. Reich, Tousignant. 2nd row: Southard. Severson. Shulka. Peck, Schmiedor, Studnicka, Stluka, Midthun. Peacock. d row: Tnllaksun, Van Natta. Weisel. VVhalley. Richards. Rock. Kob shi, Nuurdyk, Secher. 41h row: Walter, Tessmann, Panetti, Schauf. cheelc, Steiger, Steiger, Some. Skaar. , . . lst row: Youmans. Voss. Wicklandu Ronnerud, Ward. 2nd row: The largest and most Challenging pmject 0f the year Warmka, Robb, Waeltl, Wunderlm, Vmcent, Zogg. was the jinlim' Prom. Chaosmg the theme "Fantasy in Spring", the junior class fervently schemed and planned, derorated and advertised for the big date, Nlay 7. Under the guidance of their faculty advisor, Dr. Goder, they strived to make this a memorable year for the junior rlass. At a general class meeting in, Se tember they chase Dave Tallachson, resident; ' JerrypVVeilty, vicgpresident; Marjorie Woleifec, Junlor Class secretary; Kay Hayes, treasurer; and Ice Dresser, Student Governing Board representative. Another project which was very successful was the building of the Royal float for the Homecoming Parade. They volunteered to construct this non-competitive float sinre they won the grand prize . ' ' . 1st row: Bray, Acker, Hogan. Crouse, Coulthard, Ewers, Baumgart, i0? tllclT float last yeah. . . . Butson, Biddick. 2nd row: Christiansen, Gibbon, Eherhardt, Green, They demonstrated their school spirit by sponsoring Gorsuch, Eisele, Fry, Flanagan, Graves. 3rd row: Aebersold, Cum- . t k mings, Bentz. Doering, Egstad, Kloeppmg, Carlson. Edge, Amundsen, a baSkelball game 1" I'ebWaW- Feddersen. 4th row: Braun, Davis, Bossenbroek, Condon, Cushman, Boettner. Gentz, Church, Clickner. 53 21$ivtibk .L 1L ctivities An education is the dash of a parading majorette, the rhythmic beat of a spotlighted band, the swirl of a carnival, the golden-throated harmony of a recording quartet, the glamor of a style show man- nequin, the sights to see and sounds to hear. . . . HOMECOMING 1959 On Or'tohe ' 23', at the Court's Dante sponsored by the Young Demoemts, our five I'arzdirlates for Pioneer Hommmnz'ng Queen of 1959 were introdured, thus initiating our Homermm'ng Week. Many of 113 found that these days were the busiest 0f the year. llr"e atlemled meeting after meeting to organize our Meus, and xpenl many hours in building the finale. Building tlm'omtimzs, 100:011-mmp'us as well as UII-I'IIHIIJIM' involved hours of work in planning and mnstrmting. Joe Brewer, Clarence Lee and Professor 0. H. Pitts, judges of the building demralimu; derided that the Terh Division had the host mI-eumpus demratimz and awarded them the traveling Imphy. Brigham Hall and the I.A.A. plm'ed xemnd and third resperlively and were awarded rihhmzs. The girlx of Longfellow IWmmr rereived a permanent trophy for their work in the olf-emnpus division. Heathwoud and Villa Bmletta rereived ribbons for phu'ing semnd and third respectively, and Dlellor House and Eversoll House were given honorable rilentimls. Queen candidates: Connie, Judy, Elaine, Janette, and Ann Pioneer Pele deals with the Falcons Framework going up! Thanks to the efforts of Don 131mm and Bob Vincent, our General Co-Chairmen 0f Homecoming, we had something entirely new added to our Homecoming Week festivities. On October 26, the Ralph Marterie Orchestra and the Coachmen provided us with an outstanding piogram of music and entertainment. As an audience, we responded well to both groups. Very few that heard the Marterie Orchestra were unable to recognize the tremendous balance and ability demonstrated. Applause rang loud as we heard Alarteriek original renditions of numbers which he has recorded, and all of us have heard numbers such as: "Compulsion", "Caravan", and Skokianll. Also, those of us who attended this program will long Temember the wonderful warmth and personality of the great Ralph Marterie. Although the Coachmen are relatively new to the entertainment world, they mted high on the Pioneersl list of favorites after their appem'am'e here. Contributing a great deal of folksy charm to the program, they sang American ballads and folk music, some sad, some humorous, but all enjoyable. To add to the humorous element in the program, they gave us parodies on well-lmown songs. Probably the rendition well remember longest was their parody on "The MTAT Rhythm, and the Coachmen Marferie himself! ill WM Putting on the finishing touches N 1 n Saxophones swing low Traditional flames homecoming spirit set the spark to Janette Kilkelly, crowned Pioneer Homecoming Queen of1959 at the Coronation program, on October 29, reigned over the remaining aetz'viles. The Coronation Program began as the eourt walked through the audienee and onto the stage. Aliehael Gray, crown bearer, followed Janette onto the stage and presented the Crown to Don Swiekatowski, football captain, who frowned our proud and happy Queen. Pledges to the Queen on sportsmanship, loyalty, seholarship, friendship, ro-operation, and srhool spirit were given by various students. ttThe IVay You Look Toniglltg was beautifully sung by Erma Hippenberher while other musir was provided by the Merfs Glee Club. A Platteville graduate of many derades ago, fudge A. W. Kopp, told us about his college days and stressed in particular, the need for good sportsmanship. Credit for a memorable Coronation Program goes to judy Hanson and Bonnie Severson. eo-ehairmen of the affair. Under the supervmou of Brute I'Villkomm, the freshmen gathered a huge pile of wood, rardboard and other material for the bonfu'e whirh was built in the football practire field. After the Coronation program, the bonhre was lit as we gathered around it for a pep rally. Brure introdul'ed Alayor Balliette, Coach Barth, Coarh Lietl and some of the flrst string football players who gave short speeches. Om snappy pep band and cheerleaders led the crowd in cheers and in the singing of our school song. Homecoming royally of 1959 at Coronation ceremony Judge Kopp speaks . I crown thee, for Sportsmanship Queen Janene 61 Stunt night T.V. Pioneer voodooism Friday night found the xtmlentx in the City Auditarimn fur the Stunt Night presentatirm. After intrmluring the mutt, Tam Golt'ry, master of eeremonies, got the stunts under way. The stzmtx were all exreplirmally good this year due to the fart that eliminatimzs aerurred at a preliminary rehearsal. jmlg'ex 0f the stunts, Mrs. G. A. Alellay, and Atayor Ralph Balliette, awarded the traveling plaeque to the Pioneer Players for their fine perfmmanre and for their originality. Ribbons far plaeing semnd and third were awarded to the Sophmrmre Class and junior Class respectively. The hanging of a dummy football player, dressed in the apparzent's garb; has bemme a ftxture in our Hmneemnz'ng activities. This year our dummy hung from, the retling 0f the auditorimn thrmtghmzt Ihe Coronation pt'agram. It was dressed in red and white, the sehool colors of River Falls. Perhaps a little prophetic, maybe a little wishful thinking, or maybe just a little bit like a voodoo 0r lear'l: magie doll-whatever romlotation each of m attarhed to that dangling dummy, we can all be happy in, the lmawledge that we wererft disappointed. 62 Al Il.'00 IIJII. of Hmnermning day, our labor on, the floats hare fruil us we witnessed one of the hnest parades in the history of Pioneer College. We were very disappointed in the lack of sunshine that prevailed throughout the dayeit was cool, slightly breezy, and threatening min clouds constantly hung over our heads. Fortunately the min held off and Gary Einerson, chairman of the parade, made sure that everything ran snmuthly. Because the juniors won the grand prize for the float last yem; they zmluntmily Tenmved themselves from mmpetitimz and built a beautiful blue, gold and white float for the royal mutt. This was a eourtesy whieh we all appreeiated. The I.A.A. float, wry well planned and handsomely done, claimed the grand prize in float rompetitirm. Donald Sehwartz, judges of the entries, awarded second plaee ribbon to Royee Hall and the third place ribbon to the AIME. Because of the poor weather, some of the high sehaol bands which had intended to march didnht pmtiripate. Nevertheless, we had many, many bands including 01!?" own Pioneer Band. A special highlight of the parade was the dawn, Bah Vincent, who stopped to talk to many of the onlooket's. Like wow! Parade spectacular draws Platteville followers Special note of appfeciation goes to Jemy Conley, publirity chairman, and Bill Oosterhuz's, finanrc chairman, for doing fme jobs which involved a great deal of work and, unfortunately, little remgnition. Due to this kind of work and m-opemtiom our 1959 Homecoming was a memorable event. A muddy field prevented our college band from performing during the half-time ceremony, but, playing from the stands, they did a hne job. Don Bmzm introduced Queen janette and her royal mm! to the audiem'e. As an added attrartion, Dr. Leo Boebel presented the Pioneer Homemming Queen of 1924, Mrs. Elton Carmen, with a bouquet of red roses. A 22-14 vietm'y over the River Falls leam helped to make our Homer'oming Complete. Do you feel sorry for tho hleons, too? PIONEERS t m ymmc Games m g ah "rho $taziismx There were moments After the game, we greeted Pioneer alumni and of anxiety . . . friends in the WW" mom of our Student Union during the social ham. Lorena Egstad and Elaine Doering, co-chairmen 0f the Homecoming Dame, rontmcted Eddy Lawrence to provide the music for us. The gym was beautifully decorated with a huge stuffed football near the south wall. Large goal posts formed an arc of entrance. Queen Janette and her escort, Al Brietlow; led the grand match at 10:30. We joined the royal couples as they danred. Thus; our Pioneer Homecoming of 1959 came to a closemN. . . such things as dreams are made of . . ." There were moments of concentration and encouragement . . . A column of float entries representing There was a handshake of congratulations between groups from the President Ullsvik and captain, Don Swiekafowski at corners of campus life the Homecoming Dance 65 wAWDUST BALL Once again the Industrial Arts Assm'iation sponsored their annual Sawdust Ball. Queen Linda Millman and her court, Lorena Egstad, .Iurmita Pendletml, Iit'ma Hippenheeker, and jean Surker reigned mrer the gala oemsirm. Pat I'Yn'lnagrm was general t'hm'rman of the dame, tttld he had us eo-wmtwrs Wilfred Klippet, David Davis. and John Moen. Faculty suggestions and msistmlre were uppreeiated, and helped to make this dance one which we will always remember. The chairmanship of decorations was taken over by Thomas jm'dml. Through his endeavors our dame was a successful and a memorable event. A large throne Iomted at the jar end of the Commons was the main attraetimz, and it aim hemme the setting for the rrmuning. Dancing to the musir of Norm Kingsley, we had a variety of Dixieland jazz and dream musir. The setting, the plot, the climax, and the falling action were all a part of this yearly affair, and once again the Industrial Arts Assoriation concluded their ideas and efforts by making this dream a, reality. "Miss Woody" candidates: Loreena, Jean, Juanita, Linda, and Erma Jubilant host welcomes Sawdust Ball comers "Miss Woody", Linda Millman, and her attendants reign for an evening MARDI GRAS Mardi Gras candidates: Elaine, Lorena, Pat, Jean and Judy Art Club publicity sets festive stage for annual Mardi Gras With WVaterfrantbt as a theme and a group of hardworking Philadelphians to develop it, our annual 1960 Mardi Gras got underway. The dance was held at the local armory 0n the 26th of February. Colored lights streaming from the lighthouse in the renter 0f the dance floor revealed sea life murals along the walls which tied in with nets and marine symbols. szfetti, gay costumes, balloons, and notsemakers all added to our enjoyment of the evenings fun. jim Opelt and Sue Goodrich were awarded first prizes as having the best costumes, the judges having mnsidered their thoughtfulness of the eharaeter portrayed, originality of costumes, and the presentation to others. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of a queen by Dave Olig, the Phillie president. The honor was reeeived by Judy Brewer. Her court included Elaine Doering, Lorena Egstad, Jean Sacker, and Pat Williams. Costumes worn by the members of the court consisted of story book characters, bathing personalities of the gay nineties, and costumes from the gay 18001;. Faculty members turned out for the oceasion donning various types of costumes, and a photographer gave us immediate results to add to our memoirs. queen by Dave Olig, as court and escorts look on Costumes, crowds, confetti . . . A petite Miss Judy Brewer is crowned Mardi Gras Could it be true that our Pioneer photogra- phers are camera shy? 69 JUNIOR PROM King Candidates: Elgin Bulin, Don Braun, Dave Tollakson, Jerry Waelfi Aime than tuw-thirtls of the student body east their ballots to elect Dave Tollakson King of the Junior Prom Royalty: King, Dave Tollakson, Junior Prom whirh wax held on may 7, 1960. and his queen, Connie Stuessy Other eontestmlts for this r'oveted title were Iilgin Bulin, D011 Bmun and Jerry Waelli. These fellows and their datex formed the court myalty. Mmh 0f the rexprmsihilily for this ball, the hut formal dame of the year. rested upon the xhoulders of Peggy Myerx mid .Imr Dresser, general m-rhuirnuin of the entire affair. Smokey Stuver and His Orz'girml Firemen thrilled many of m' as we sat in the Rendezvous and lixtened lo the Dixie Land jazz thix mmho produced. In the Commons, however, the xrene ehanged quite mdir'ully. Dan Belloe and Hix Orehestra rendeted hall mum music as we danced in the spring setting. A water fountain lmhhled in one mrner; here and there a tree sprang up; and flowers bloomed profmely everywhere. We sat on park hemrhes as we TESIKd our weary feet while life-like butterflies; ronstwlrted of wire and hand-pninled silk, fluttered overhead. All of this M'etlted a Hl'hmtlaxy in Spring? Organizations An education is pleasure, politics, and purpose. It is booming oratory and whispered conferences, fun-filled feasts and fertile forums, a melting pot of ideologies and ideas, a generator of inspiration throughout the year. 71 1st row: Ochs, Graves, Lee. 2nd row: Kuhl, Fletcher, Conley. Student Governing Board Seated: Valley. Doering, Millman. Stand- ing: Davis, Dresser, Lampe. Advised by 1111'. Harry Fleteher and Mr. Larry Ottensman, the SGB acts as a go-between for the udminista'ation, and the student body. Clarence Lee was elected president; John Lampe, vire-president; Almeia Graves, serretmy; and Edward Oehs, treasurer. Two students me elected from earh rims and a varying number of students are eleeted from each division to form the membership of the Board. These people meet the first and third Alonday 0f earh month; students are enmm'aged to voice their proposals or complaints at these meetings. In addition to its regular f?lnr'tz'm'ls, the SGB also sponsored a weekend drmre, two Pioneer Patron Banquets, and selected the general mm-hairmen for Homerom ing. 1st row: Levins. Bartelson. McConnell. Iznd row: Ottman, Leysun, Lewke, Mille. Jorenhy. 3rd row: Hardie. IIeffernan, Nohlo, Has urgh, Seversvm, Hayes. Pace, Messer. Kariatethes OIII'IIEI'AI fIIII IIIIst smilester were: .IUIIII LKWI'IIS, pIII'sIII'eIII; MIIIII'I'II HIIIIdI'e, III'I' I'SI'IIeIII; Sally HIIslIIIIIglI, .seI'III'lIIIy' Bonnie Sevmson, treasurer; and CIIIIIII Leuvke. pIIlIlI'I'I't I. SFUHHI semester affirms were: PIIt IIII'I'HI'IIIIIX. pr sidI'IIt; SIIIH'I' SIIIIHHI, virc-pIIIISI'IIeIIt; BIIIIII HIIIIIwI'g. Sffn'tul'y; IAI'IIIIII HCIHITI'CILSON, publicity; and Alina GIIIIsuI'lI, historian. lst row: Askov. Shulka, Hunt, Egstad. "lkcllyI 2nd row: Cruuse, Williams. Jahnke. Poppy, Falkenburg, Slmonsnn. Scott. 3rd row: Theisen, Cole, Burgy, Harker, Gorsuch, Hartwig, Munroe. Ahing, Hanson. 'I'III: KIII'IIIIIIIIIIIS Ix II 'IUUHH'II'S SUI'l'f'ly IIIIII'I'II was IIIIg'IIIII'ZI'II IIIXI yI'III'. Tile pIII'pI Y? of NH? I'IIIII ix III III'III'I'IIe III' pI'IIIIIIItc the qualities sci fI'HIlI by HIE seven women of IX'I'HI'IHFUII'S. III jII'IIIIIIIlI: UIII'IIleII III 012611411071 and IlndeH'Ulndl'nU bKI'IUITEII the I'IIHIHIe fIIrIIIt IIIId .YIIHIFH! body III .s'eIIIIIe IH'HC'T pIIItI'CI'pIle'IIII by 1116 student body III III! leIIleIIl junctions and to pI'IIvIdc IIIIIII'II'IIIIIIISIIIIIII, 1'7116116I'11lal.071d IIIII'IIatIIIIIIIl III"'.IIIIIII'es fIIII I'IIIlerIe IIIIIIIII'II. Artz'vitz'cs for the vem included IIIII.sIIIIIII'1'I4IrI I1 float fIII the homecominv pIIIIIIII' spIIIISIIII'IIrI II 110mg basketball game 070071121710 II pIIIIIIIIIIII for the Students IVI'ves OIgIIIII'ZIIIIIIII and holding fauna! and informal I'Hl'll'al'l'OII IPIIS for UN? new members plus II banquet for IIII' HII'IIIIHH'S of the Karietetlles Club. Athenaeum 1st row: Eberhardt, Davisson. Stuessy, Rundell. 2nd row: Reese, Gilbertsnn. Minette, McCarville, Karls. 3rd row: Ensch, Gierhart. Stluka, Dnoring. Offerdahl. Linder. 1st row: Wagner, Schmieder, Virtue, Brewer. 2nd row: Olson. Hillcoat. Sacker. Ruppert, Cushman, Perkins. 3rd row: Ward, Hartlip, Kelly. Tessman, Graves. Standing: Sandy Gilbertson, Janet Erb, Lisette Karls, Shelby Chase, Donna Ensch. Karen Kaske, Judy Paar, Claire Holland, Theresa Stluka, Kathy Stuessy, Elaine Deering, Janet Spaulding, Jean Sacker, Stephanie West, Judy Offerdahl, Julie Midthun, Lynn Peacock, Joan Scholl. Seated: Kate Kelly. vice-president; Carol Kiest president; Sandra Mincttc, treasurer; and Mary Eberhardt, secretary. Philadelphians The Athenaeum is a young womenis organization on rmlzpus whose purpose is to rultivate literary talent and the experience of thought. It also ofjers training in parliamentary procedure and provides opportunities for soeial experiences. The first semester oflieers were: Lynn Peaemk, president; Peggy Alyers, viee-president; Alary Veith, serretm'y: and Susan Kohler, treasurer. For the semnd semester, Carol Kiss was elerted president; Kale Kelly, viee-presiderlt; Alary Eberhart, serretm'y; and Sandy Alinette, treasurer. Mrs. Graee Robertson is the t'lulfs udvisor. This year the elub sponsored a Leap Year Dame and a spring banquet in May. Other activities include attendance at plays, mneerts, and other events whieh stimulate their rultural learning. Girls who have been on eampus for 0776 semester are eligible to apply for membership to the Club. The total membership is kept to a maximum of forty-five. The elulfs many activities are planned at the meetings; whirh are held on the first and third Mondays of earth month. lst row: Voeltner, Whalley, Gamble. Ehel. Thompson. 2nd row: Krohn, Asp, Goltry, Gast, Erickson. Howdle, Navel. 3rd row: Vincent, John- son, Wagner, Olig, Konop, Martin. 1st row: Dohl, Kowitz, Friske, Lee, Wildes. 2nd row: Seefeldt, Burrow, Einorson, Zamzow, Misky. Philadelphians Phillie efforts serve school The only school-serm'r'e organizatmn 0f WSCIT, the Philadelphians, this year t'on'lpleted its mammoth pt'ojer't 0f rarrying 0'11t-0f-date and unused books from the attic 0f the main building to the Karrman Library. The Phillies are organized for the purpose of promoting srhoot semiee and fellowship. The members emmtrage umrthwhz'le sor'ial artivities and attempt to develop rim'r responsibility and duty. Ojj'z'rers far the first semester we're: .Iim libel, president: Ken jnhnsml. vire-president: Tom Whalley, .w'eretary: Mahlen Frishe, treasurer; Dave Vueltner, sergeant-at-arms: and R071 Thompson, historian. February 26 marked the gala event, the Atardi Gras Ball. Other artivities for the year included a spring banquet, an installation reremtmy for new members, a boxing and wrestling matr'h, with the IjSPig, and a joint party in the spring with the Athenaeum Smtiety, the Kariatethes and the LSPis. Aten students desirous of memhm'ship are invited to submit written applirations. Those men Terrifying a two-thirds majority vote, are asked to take the pledge of membership. sign the ronstittttion, and pay the initiation fee and the rzm'ent dues as they hemme members of the Phihuletphimzs. Next, they are enrolled in the serretaryis book. Dave Olig served as president semnd semester white Carl Wilder was vir'e-president. Ralph, Alartin was elet'ted serretary: Bill Asp, treasurer: Ken johnsom historian; and Don meel, sergeant-at-arms. Phillie spirit moves off campus to aid commu- nity in reaching blood quota lst row: Brinkmeier, Walter, DesRocher, Breitlow, Tollakson. Swiekatowski. 2 n d row: Schultz, Reed. Sarbacker, L u c a s. Christianson, Holz- hueter, Warmke. 77 lst row: Schwulst, Larson. Ruef, Wil- liams, Disch, Vertein. 2nd row: Green, Dav- is, Braun. Schlough, Baetz. Martin, Stro- hacker. Christmas formal spreads holiday atmosphere The winter formal and a season basketball game me two of the familiar events which the L.S.P.ls sponsor each year. They also produce two radio programg conduct the llUgllest-Footlmll Player letest," spmzsor a movie at the local theater, r'n-xpm'zsor the L.S.P:Phillie ItVrestling Alatr'hes and hold two banquets. The L.S.P.ls received ftrst prize in the novelty division for their Homecoming float of 19.59. This active men's organization, advised by M1; It. Dale l'ertein, strives to promote cooperation between farulty and students and t0 enwmwge participation by students in all school functions and activities: Offieers for the year were: Wayne Nlartin, president; Drm l'oss, viee-prexident: I'Vayne Diseh, seeretary: Frank Sehwulst, treasurer; Don Colbert, sergeant-at-arms; and Al Breitlow, publicity rlmimmn. The 1.5.le is the brother organization of the Kmtiatethex. 3s The WSCIT Veteranst Club was organized this year with the intent of bringing the veterans of the armed forces together. Approximately thirtyeight veterans compose this school-and-community-service organization. Through this club it is hoped that the veterans, now unihed, will have the opportunity to voice their views more clearly on school affairs. Under the guidance of NIT. Thomas Hendrickson, an exemarine, the club meets on Tuesday nights. Talks by guest speakers or mixers and refreshments follow the business meetings. Wayne Simms was elected president and David Swanson served as vice-president. Members elected Pat Hannaford for secretary and Dean Karls for treasurer. iWembetship is open to anyone who has served in the US. armed services. Veterans9 Club lst row: Roberts, Stuhl. Nelson, Hannal'ord, Simms, Swanson, Karls, Ivey. 2nd row: Hendrickson, Wildes, O'Keefe, Disch, Oleson, Stephens, Wilson, Michael, Wienkers, Rhein. lst row: Clancy, Fattin, Hastert, Mahnney, Doyle, Howe, Frederxck, Howdle. 2nd row: Meads, Fischer, Madsen, King. Daentl, Ayer, Foley, Bossenbroek. Elementary-Rural Club lst row: Tucker, Messer, Schleck. Marty, Ninneman, Murray, Pace. 2nd ruw: Nichols, Unke, McDowaId, Cairns, Doering, Myers. 3rd row; Wiswall, Marsh. Miller, Youmans, McKinley, McCunnell. 4th row: Wovels, Hussein. Sarles, Todd, Puppy, Monroe. Elementary pupils decorate school tree The IiRL'. provides helpful information on various nspertx of alwnenlm'y ed'zufatimz and brings together those students who we enrolled in the Elementary lidumliun division. Anyone enrolled in this division ran hemmc a member. The Spriny Style Show held on Apr1'15 and the annual hanqzmt m1 A103! 10 honoring the seniors wen: hath sponsored by this organization. This ycaris' ofjh'ers were: Amt Poppy, president: janet Green, vim-president; Judy Heflheman, ser'retm'y: Beverly Alom'oe, lrmsurer; Carol Youmans, publir'ity: and .loan Perkins, Student Governing Board repms'cntative. The student teacher supervises and learns in all phases of the school program lst row: Bidlingmaier, Lewis, Green. Hogan. Biddick, Heffernan. 2nd row: Baumgart. Hetzel. Cole, Ferrin, Gibbon, Harker. 3rd row: Burreson. Sacker, Loraas. Hartwig, Stitzer, Jennings, Coburn. 4th row: Hunt. Dean, Perkins, Hutchinson, Hugunin, Duran, Knight, Hill. Dramatic activities enrich class- room learning Department of Agriculture me lst row: Olson. Henquinet. O'Brien. Hammos, Nylin. Muller, Aske, Hollands Swain, 2nd row: Posekam: Cropp. Black. Taylor. Kalb. Lomax. Krug. Ertzs 3rd row: Schamhow, Sinkules Ohlert. Brauns Ploessl. Schultz. Pmksch. Smart. King. 4th row: Leifheit. Sokolowski, Markham. Pellowski, Bussenbmek, Zimmer. Messor. Werth. A very worthwhile m'gmzizatimz, the F.F.A., deals with problems related to the instmr'timz of agrieultm'e or other m'eupatirms mneerned with agrh'ultm'e. This professionally organized group urges its members to jwntiripate in college ar'lz'vilies whirh will aid them in deriving the full values of a milege eduralion. Their 25th Anniversary banquet was an outstanding event orrasimz for the members. Arlim'ties which oer'ur every year inrlude the Farm, Short Course and, a training program for the affirms of the high srhnol rhapters 0f the ICICA. in southwestern I'Vismnsin. Also, a livestoek judging team for the National Association of Collegiate Tearhers 0f Agrieulture is selected. This year the judging team plated first in the nation and had four out of five of the top individual places. Charles Stauber was president of the 19.1".A. lhis year while Tom Whalley sewed as m'r'e-p'resident. Arnold Rawsmz was treasurer. Roger ang served as reporter; and James Dobson was eleeted sentinel. Education - 1st row: Green, Hales, Tonkinson, Dohso Hardin, Stauber, Whalley, Rawson, Zogg. 3nd row: H wdle, Farrl' gum, Feldt, Ch tlansen. Swenson, Swain. Garhisch, Ole m 3rd row: Breitlow. Nevel, Gilbert- sun, Bradle. Quade, Oumens, Ix'epping, McCoy, DeBuhr, Sherwin. Hh row: Lwn, Marlin, Gluch. Walter, Monthic, Gentz, George, Flynn, XVilsnn. lst row: Christiansen. Rogers, Romundson, Hay, Knox, Johnson, Carlow, Richolson. Howe. 2nd nm Martin. Heibel. Warmka, Castleberry, Bert- ling, Froehlich. Fogo, Lee. 3rd row: Lidtke. Sampe. Paulsen, Conley. Daentl, Wildes, Synder, Runnerud. Fr ke. 4th row: Kinney, Parkinson, Olstad, Holbrook, Weigel. Thom n, Reise. Foley. Peterson, Norton. today,s framework for farming Model farm I .nui? um-uw construction begins 3 i h ,. II-IM; i-I-Ium wulliq z -:-..:: I-I-I-I-It 3a -I-I-C! w I Located approximately five miles southeast of Plattem'lle, the new college farm, was mmpleled this year. The new buildings include a farm house, two silos, a pole harm a milking barn, and a loafing shed. As high standards have been arhieved in the ronstrurlimz of this farm, it has become very important both as rm instrurtion tool and ax a model fmm for the mn'zmunity. As Arthur .Iensen is the new farm manager, his family m'rupies the house. The public is mrdiall;y ianezl to visit and inspert the farm. Dairying plays large role in farm program 1st row: Jones. Alderden, Hoernke, Blackmer, Williams, Flanagan, Walsvick, Hauser. 2nd row: Schliesman, Pinkham, Bryan, Tollakson, Nicholson, Anderson, Statz, Tjugum. 3rd row: Vincent, Marsh, Tess- mann, Keller, Zemicke. Baetz, Radtke, Schroeder, Burnard, 4th row: Oudyn, Blumer, Ericson, Robbins, Schuster, Tindell, Simley, Anderson, Davis. Industrial Arts Association Solving mechanical drawing problems Center displays I.A. products The I.A.A., mmposed of approximately onevhundred members, is a semi-pmfessional organization designed to increase the students knowledge in the field of industrial arts. At bimonthly meetings the members learn about industry by means of special speakers, lemg and plan held trips. The purpose of this organization is to aequaint the members with the opportunities in the field of industrial arts education and to stimulate an interest in the held. It also endeavors to ereate a Closer bond between teachers and students. This year Robert ETirson served as president; Ralph Blumer was vice-president; Gerald Marsh, secretary; David Lamb, treasurer; and Robert Vincent; sergeant-at-arms. Noted for winning awards in the Homecoming float contest, the I.A.A. again walked off with the grand prize for its float this year. It also received an award for its stunt night presentation. Anyone in the industrial arts division who desires to join the club is invited to appear before the group to state his purposes for joining. If the Club votes to accept him, he is officially enrolled at a special meeting. This year the I.A.A. sponsored its annual semi-formal danre, the Sawdust Ball, and a weekend dance in the Student Center. 1st row: Karrmann, Huffman, Gile. Bentz, Harris, Wilson, Lomax, Cnok, Steigeri 2nd row: Weisel, Chris- tiansen, Weber, Thomas, Ingram, Steiger, Carlow, Pufahl, Thies, San- derson. 3rd row: Edge, Schroeder, Pennistun. Secher, Glennon, Van Natta, Nelson, Ewing, Swain. Kun- dert. 4th row: Hales, Whalley, Purter. Taylor, Oosterhuis, Boett- net", Swain, Tessmann. Kilen. Pioneer Phi Eta Sigma is 21 national honor society for college men who have attained a high scholastic average in their freshman year of college. The society rewards and encourages high scholastic attainment among men students. This is its first year on the campus of VVSCIT. In order to be eligible, a freshman male student must receive a 3.5 grade point average, or better, during his first semester or flrst year of college. Lancers The Lancers are more mmmonly known as the custom car club. The club hopes to increase interest in car customiling on campus. Any student having 21 car may join. A semester fee of ten dollars is Charged for the purchase ol- new tools and trophies which are used in the Auto Show. Governing the club is the Board of Directors who are: TVinston Sabin, Mark Rololl', and Roger Ellis. Advisor is Mr. jured. The club sponsored the Custom Auto Show in May. Five and one-hullf hours each week are spent at the bi-weekly meetings in the Industrial Arts Building. Seated: Miller, Ni- chols, Roloff. Stand- ing: Sabin, Huffman. Krupke, Nalepinski, Boulanger, Cook. Religious Life Organization RLO is an organization of the off-campus church groups who work together to help further religion on the campus. This is its xfirst year on campus. It hopes to co-ordinate the activities of the off- campus church groups and to make the students of the college aware of their religious obligations. This year the club sponsored Rabbi Swarsenshkyis Visit to the campus. He spoke to the students and the public in the main auditorium. Advisors for the club are Mr. Jacka and Mr. Bullis. The SAPS is composed of students who are interested in the promo- tion of athletic functions of the school through advertising and in boosting student interest and school spirit in these functions. The club sponsors four main activities: Dadis Day during football season, which includes a banquet and a coffee hour for all track, cross- country, and football playersi parents; Parent's Night, during which parents of the basketball players are honored; selection of Pioneer of the Week who is an athlete who has shown outstanding play during the preceding week; and the awarding of a prize to the organization which has done the best job of advertising 21 home basketball game. 151 row: Jacka. Hill. Askov, Hutter, Hill, Willkomm, Olson. 2nd row; Thomas, Lehner. Gentz, Bendorf, Burnard, Nalepinski, Hardwick. Student Athletic Publicity Society lst row: Thym, Zimmerli, Cleary. 2nd row: Kilkelly, Gilbertson, Gier- gart, Fox, Shulka, Wosilait, Scholl. Keller. 3rd row: Swenson, Ryan, Johnson. Conley, Zahn. Romundson. Hardin. Reed, Werth, Misky, Keller, Shields, Winsor. Under the leadership of Miss Anna Nassif and 'Itsz'ng the music of outstanding emnpusers sueh as Stravinsky, Bernstein, Copland, and Cmuell, Orehesis programs provide a variety of entertaining musiml and dame forms. The highlight of the year was the annual Spring Productmn whirh was presented in the Little Theatre, zMareh 30, 31, and April 1 of this year. At this program Orehesis members displayed the results of their long and tedious hours of labor and rehearsal. A lso performing for such groups as the Wisconsin Academy of Science, the Pioneer Patrons, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and seveml area high schools, the Orehesis is perhaps one of busiest groups on mmpus. Persons interested in membership are qualified if they are students of PVSCIT or osz'rially connected with, this I'I'Istitution. Student husbands and wives are also eligible, but students on, probation are not. After a tryout mt dame technique and an initiation r'eremony, membership is granted. Orchesis meets every Thursday. ijiee'rs for this year were Jerome Cushnmn, president; Carole Longhorn, viee-preshlent: Marcia Stude, seeretary; and Jeanette Eklehm'g, treasurer. 88 L$$gg 1st row: West, Longhorn, Stude. Stuessy. 2nd row: Elmer. Holland, Eckelberg, Green, Wosilait. 3rd row: Murray, Wan- Iess, Theisen, Kirk, Riechers, Peterson. 4th row: Ingram, Cush- man, Benson, Baxter. Two dancers Art Club lst row: Stluka, Tessman, Doering, Bentz, Williams, Ensch, Michel. 2nd row: Puckett, Wagner, Linder, Jordan, Bredeson, Millman, Mc- Clain, Hendrickson. 3rd row: Wickler, Stuntebeck, Johnson. Cook, Wilmarth, Bosben, Faherty. A handsome sign sporting a primitive papier maehe mask boldly rails the attention of the passer-by to the fact that Alardi Gras is coming. A emnparatively young organization, the Art Club offers its servires for the purposes of advertising any school sponsored event. The two most successful tasks undertaken were the advertising for the Mardi Gras far 1959 and 1960 and the advertising for the junior Prom, 1960. Under the guidance of Mr. Hendrickson and Mr. Thompson, the meetings are designed to be enlightening and informative as well as entertaining. Slides, movies, and lectures introduee themes and ideas which are never elaborated upon during classes. Also included in the activities are trips to various art exhibitions and museums. Officers for the year are: president, Jim Wickler; vice-president, Linda Millman; secretary, Delores Bentz; treasurer, Theresa Stluka; and publicity chairman, Del Wagner. Meetings 021, the second and fourth Monday nights of the month are open to any student who is majoring 0r minoring in art and has spent at least one semester as a student of Pioneer College. 89 ; lst row: Dixon. Hardie. Haas. Huffman, Elson. Fruhauff. 2nd row: Wiesel, Millhouse. Porter, Deinhammer. Minch. Cherrier. Krohn. Char- traw, Bieser. 3rd row: Chady. Oliverson. Ochs, Butson, Christiansen. 'l'enut, Decker. Stephens. Wunderlin, As u student rhaplr'r 0f the parent Imlimml organization rlerlz'r'uterl to the promotion and nmintenam'e of high .s'tundurdx in mining engineering, the purpomy of the Amerimn Institute Of Mining Iinginenm me to promote among members a .seIf-sought inr'rmsing lmrmvledge of mining engineering and tn instill a professional pride in their rhosen life work. Approximately fifty members are in the t'lllb. Offirers are Robert Hurdle, president; ferry HuIImun, Uit'e-president; Charles Haas, sentetm'y; and I'VIYHHNI Elston, treasurer. Usually AIME nuretings are followed by engineering movies, lcrlures 11y guext speakers, or disulssiun forums held on pertinent engineering .s'uhfertx. The rluh um cxr'eptimmlly sua'eszsful this year as it tool: part in itx lint homemming nrtivities. The dynmnir float earned a third plare rating, and the lawn display. mmisting of an overgrown, stuffed football player, won Iirst plate in the rumpus demmtimz division. Ou'asimmlly the AIME takes short field trips to nearby fartm'z'es and mining installations, although the annual highlight is an overnight trip to several plures of interest. Last spring the tour included the Alma Plant at Bettemlm'f, Iowa: Midland Coal 60., Central Illinois; U.S. Steel Corfmmtiou, Gary Indiana; and the Musemn 0f Seiem'e and Industry, Chicago. The trip this year inrludcd a trip to the Northern, Wisconsin and Upper IWirhigan Aiming District. lst row: Weber, Ballant, Reader. McGinnis, Poehlman, Somerville, Dufenhorst, Waelti, Spradling. 2nd row: White, Glennon, Pauser, Dal- ton, Graham, Stordahl, Mallick, Joyce. 3rd raw: Jones, Nelsnn, Bel- scamper, Secher, Kratcha, Thompson, Flottmeyer, Fahrney, Louthain. 4th row: Scheidegger, Steiger. Janousek, Pickett, Panctti, Anderson. Sherman, Kalscheur, Riddiough, Perala, Mueller. The Civil Engineering Soriety was established to mquaint student engineers with the problems, personnel, and methods of work encountered in professional engineering. Any student enrolled in Civil Engineering is eligible to join the Club. Officers for the year were: Richard Weber, president; Philip Nelson, vice-president; Donald Kmtrlm, serretmy; and John Joyre, treasurer. Alany field trips were inrluded as a part of thc sorietyk program. Some of them were: an overnight trip to Beloit and Milwaukee to observe industrial organizations and new types of roncrete mnstruction; a trip to Madison to observe tlm University of Wixmmin triamnml va'lgineering Exposition; and trips to Form! Pmd'urls Laboratory, Pwstreszscd Conmzte plant, Higllumy Testing Lab, and a concrete pipe fartm'y. 91 Cosmopolitan Club Ihe Cmnmpohtun C1111; 11111; 1111111111 pnmmlly 101 students from outszde the 11111t11zenl1ll US The purpuse of the 111111 is to promote greater 111111',e11.s't111111'1'11g among the 1111111111153 of the 111e111he11s. the rollege f111'1tlty 111111 the student hndy. There are 20 people 171 the C11311111p11h't1111 Club. Syria, 111111, 1111111, 1111111111111, Korea, Pakistan, 11111111111. Greere, 1111111111111, 1.0111111, and Hawaii 11111: the 1'111111t11ies '1'ep11ese111ed in this group. Me111l1e1zs1hip 111 the 111111 111 limited to 45 people. 111111 first priority is given I11Ms'l111'e11ts1 from outside the 1'1111'1'nent111 U. 8'. Se1111-1111111thly meetmgrs 1111: hel11.At these 1111'et1'11gs1 the students 1113' I11 1le11phe11 what the 11the11.s111e s.11ytng. At the inesent tune, the 111111111; 1.51 111111l1111g 1111 11 1211101111111 101 the P11111e1111P11t11.11115 111 exphun the 7111111111131 1111t11111111 111st1111zs of the 11181111161517718 11fl11e1.s 1111 the 111111 thlx 116111 1111: Stella Neslom Bertelson, president; Huhfh 141111111, 11i1'e-preside1zt; 111111 P11t111'111h11 K111111110, 56111111111131. Hussien, Alwan M., Aiai, Alwan A., furnish music from their homelands. 1st row: Ajaj. Otani, Lee, Buchanan, Bar- 1st row: Mitchell. Nasser. 72nd row: Parviz, telson. Tagolicod. Hashmi. 2nd TOW: Kanaha. A. Alwan. Khodahandeloo. Amim. Massis, 'l'ahutuhai. Chai, Lieu. 3rd row: Haptc. Kia. Hussien, Rhee. Mallick. Celebrating New Years the Iranian way IRC The International Relations Club is an organization consisting of students interested in world ahairs and their relation to the United States. Its members gather to discuss current events and their international implications. Panel discussions, movies; and talks by various people make up the agenda for the meetings. I.R.C. is open to any student interested in international relations. The I.R.C. sent 15126 students to the Model United Nations Conference which was held in, April at Madison. Earlier in the year, a reception was held for the foreign, students enrolled at WSCIT. lst row: Faulkenburg, Bartelson, Deedie, Jordan, Schwarz. 2nd row: Stamp fli, Standing: Radtke. Twaits, Mallick, Conger. Hussien, Simonie, 3rd row: Mr. Zellmer, Black. Massis, Hapte, Morrow, Young Republican Club lst row: Conger. Linder. Graves. 2nd row: Conley, Zahn. Davis. Gentz. ' Warmka, Werth, Romundson. 3rd row: Stitzer, Aske, Edwards. Stud- DICk and Jerry nicka. Messer, Newman. Karrmann, Durrant. B. Durrant, Meyer, Kiest Although a newly formed rluh. the influem'e of the Young Replthlir'an r'luh is already being felt throughout the rumpus. In an effort to interest its members and all rollege students in government and public affairs, this mgmzization has sponsored many interesting and I'nfm'mative programs. lnrluded in these artivities was a trip to tVIua'isun Io watl'h the state legislature in artlml. One of the Young Republimns, Jerry Conley, received a week's trip to Washington; DC. to attend the national leadership training sehuol. Not only has the influenr'e been felt on the rumpus, lmt also throughout the state. St'm'e last fall when the Club was formed, it has bemme the largest, hest- organized, and most powerful YGOP I'lltb in the state. The fnst semester officers who helped this club get off to surh a successful start were: president, Tom Davis; vire-ptesldent, Ed Oehs; serretm'y, Alareia Graves: treasurer, john Newman; and r'orrespondz'ng serretary, Carol Kies. Semml semester officers were: president, Atari: Kurrmrm; vlre-president, ferry Conley; seeretary, Gail Linden; treasurer, Bill Zalm; and ron'esponding sermtary, Sandy Iftlzmn'tls. 94 Young Democrats? Club lst row: Rogers, Hasbergh. Doll, Murphy, Kerkenhush. 2nd row: Reb- hulz. Johnson. Gilbertson, Pluessl, Schnher, Weeks. The Young Dcmoemlf Club is It group ! who are interested in politics in genemlethe Democratic Party crpet'ially. The members take all aetive part in rumpus political affairs. The organization promotes a better 'Ilnderstmm'ing 0f the world of polities and gives its members a rham'e to express their ideals in united ar'timz 10 further the reputation of the I'Jemormtie Party. Officers for the club were: Patriek Aturp 1, president; Mathew Allt'rphy, viee-president; james Rogers, treasurer; and Sally Hashurgh, serretm'y. Alr. Vinyard advises the group. Imtitations were sent to both partisan and non- partisan speakers on the 10ml. state and national level of politics. This year the dub ' misored speer'hes by Senators Kennedy and Humphre V, bath I'andidutes fur the Denmrmtie nomination for President of the US. The group also sponsored a dame and attended the state Young Denmemtir Party Convention. This oldest politiml group on rumpus is mntinuull'x' getting larger and is important in detern'iining' rules regarding Young Denmrmti Clubs throughout the state. Senator Kennedy visits campus Camera Club lst row: Linder, Wilder. Blumcr. 2nd row: Wunderlin, McGuire, Con- rinn, Knop, Lect Any student wishing to share his ideas and interests in photography is I'nmumged to join the Camera Club. Among its artim'tiex 1m: field trips in whirh the ramem is the major pica: of equipment. The rluh also has an annual Christmas party. Ollit'ers 0f the club for the tirst semester ware: Ralph Blumer, president; john Condom, viw- presidm'zt: Cami Ymmmns, .s'cr'retmy-tremurer: and Virtur Lee, publirity. For the .s'emnd semester Virtor Lee was elerted president; Gail Linden vire-president; Rir'hm'd Wunderlin, serrctmy- treasurer; and Jim Atr'thnity, puhh't'ity. Math lst row: Bollerud, Richman, Valley. Chai, Edge. 2nd row; Ingram, Cook, N o r d a h 1, Moore 3rd row: Eklund, Heberlein, Kundert. Wunder- lin, Pick. 4th row: Hennings, Roger Steiger, Ronald Stei- ger, Schneider. and Physical Science Club If a hen and a half lays an egg and a half in a day and a half, how many eggs will two hens lay in two days? Members of the Math and Physical Science Club are not disheartened when they hem" this type of thought provoker for this is just a sample of the kind of problems on which they flourish tor sometimes floundeij. The goals of the Club are to stimulate and supplement interest in math and the physicial sciences. Ohicei's for this year are Terry Ingram, president; Alike Pick, secretai'yeti'easurer; and Dennis Richman, vice-president. Although membership is not determined by onehs adeptness with slide rule computations m' by the formulas one can spout, membership is limited to people majoring or minoring in mathe- matics or the physical sciences. The first Tuesday night of every month is set aside as a meeting night. Usually a member of the physical science department comes to offer enlightenment 0n the various aspects of his chosen field. Club emblem created in newly formed organization. Students9 Wives 1st row: Stordahl. Thompson. Peterson. Bossenhmek. Werner, Ochs. Christensen. Jones, James. 2nd raw: Smith, Flatt, Kies, Bollant, Lampe, Butler, Lake, Fuller, Hardie, Minch, Moore, Davies, Foley, Andrea, Long, Discht 1st row: Newman, Gilbertstm, Bakken, McGinnis. Reader, Hesse, Foley, Schroeder. George, Wusnba. 2nd row: Marshall. Zernicke, Mulcahey, Thatcher, Williams, Kline, Sarbacker, Blumer, Logan, Aluni, Konkel, Rice, Kuhn, Klingert A new organization on t'ampus this year is the Studentf Wives Club. Organized with the intent t0 help the wives of the students feel a part of the milege, the group funr'tions primarily as a social organization. Through membership, the women have an opportunity to hemme acquainted with each other and form new friends. Mrs. james tDianet VVosoha was elected president and Airs. john 0039 Newman, served as vh'e-presidem. Airs. Edward tSandrat Orhs was secretary and 1111s. Norman tCaroU McGinnis was elerled treasurer. Approximately fifty women are enrolled in this r'luh whieh meets the third Thursday of every month. At these sessions a regular business nmetz'ng is held, and a speeial program is provided. These special programs inrlude speakers, a hair stylist. a fashion show, or other items of interest. Besides these monthly meetings, there are special interest groups whivh m eet at individual homes for sewing sessions or mud playing. Any girl whose husband is enrolled at IVSCIT is eligible for membership. Under the guidance of Miss C. Helene Hansen, and the direction of the board members, teams are organized in softball; volleyball, basketball, bowling, and badminton each year. Thursday night is the designated meeting night at which time the members discuss ogieial business or participate in the various sports. This year the members of W.R.A. elerted Marcia Graves president and Peggy Myers viee-pi'sident. Marjorie Simonson was chosen sem'etary-treasmet, while Pat Hanaford acted as publicity chairman. Chairmen 0f the activties are: Linda Hogman, spring and fall sports; Pat Hale and Donna, Olmstead, bowling; Gail Linden basketball; and Verna Akiona, volleyball. The spring banquet is the highlight of the year, this year taking in the presentation of awards to girls who have participated in all of the sports. This annual feast concluded the yearls activities. W.R.A. members cordially invite all women students to join their organization. Wm, W.R.A. members participate in bowling activities. W.R.A. includes all sports possible in annual program. lst row: Hoffman, Hansen. Linder. Graves, Simonson. 2nd row: Halo, ,.t Olmstead, Akiona, Myers. Pioneer Players lst row: Murphy. Heffernan, Rindlauh. Clark, CL hna. Holland. 2nd row: Davi son, Perkl a Ruppert, Hipenbecker, In- gram. 3rd row: Ke Rundle, Schwartz, Vogel, Gnltry, Laird. lst row: Porter. Hillman. Ahing, Yeomans. Hutter, . Stephen Chase. merman. Standing: 2nd row : 3rd l'oW: O' Bri en, Proving their ability and interest in, dramatics, members of the Pioneer Players walked off with the first prize award for their performance at the Homecoming stunt program. Also, to display their srhool spirit, they constructed a float for the Homeroming parade with demanded third prize. The Pioneer Players are organized for primarily two reasons. The first of these is that of promotion of dramatic activities, and the other is for the purpose of acquisitionng equipment for more effective productions. Students who have the first and third Thursday nights available and are interested in membership are urged to try out. Members are Chosen for their participation in dramatic activities and for their interest in acting or play production. The major accomplishment each year is the production of four three-act plays which are open to the public. 1. Matthew Murphy was elected president for this year. Other offirers were: James Laird, vice-president; Erma Hipenbeeker, serretary-treasurer; and Ilim Rundle, publicity chairman. Homecoming float entry from the drama group See How They Run Your identification card, please "Is she still so wrought?" 104 MICIHCA mst: Erma Hipenbecker and Juan Hillman, Afedea: Claire Holland, The Nurse: Carla Lewke, Donna Huller, and Eleanm Kirk, Women of Corinth; Tom Gollry, C'reon; Nm'land Benson, jason; Perry Srhzuartz, Acgus; and Doug Vogel, The Tutor. SEE How THEY RUN rast: Judy Paar, Ida; Carol Ymmmns, Allin Skillon: Paul Knop, The Reverend Lionel Toop; Carole Longhorn, Penelope T0019; Bernard Willlmmm, Corporal Clive IWVintmz; Paul T111111", Tile Intruder; john Strauss, The Bishop of Lax; ferry Lewis, The Reverend Arthur Humphrey; and john Lawremv, Sergeant Towers. Erma as Medea Backstage THE GLASS iVIENAGICRIli rust: Claire Holland, The Mother; Douglas Vogel, Her Son; Namy W'z'llkomm, Her Daughter; and Brian Ricmcr, The Gentleman Caller. M ERCHANT 0F VENICE mst: Diane C lark, Nerissu; Frank Simonie, ansanio; Jerry Lewis; Tubal; Beverly Rindlaub, a page; Norland Benson, mem; Sheri Davissonr, a page; Richard Thomas, Salanio; Carla Lewke, .Iodean Mathisun and Mary Sm: Ih;ll,111ilgnij'iros,' Gemld Cast, Salerio; Tom Coltry, Sllylork; Perry Srhzum'tz, Duke of Venira; Ilim, Butrhelor, Old Goblm; Phil Ihll'ls'e'ft; Antonio; Trudi Tubb, Portia; Erma Hipenbedcer, jessim; Harriet Conger, a waiting woman; and Terry Ingram, Duke of Venire. Joan as Medea Carla, Eleanor, and Donna as women of Corinth 105 "Menagerie" rehearsal . and so good-by" The Glass Menagerie Dr. Tietze, Pendleton, Tallroth, May, Southard. lst row: Schneider. Fitzsimmons. Fisher, Gregory. Pendleton, Tallmth. Southard, May, Henning, Walker. 2nd row: Wolenec. Fitzsimons, Ste- wart. Munson, Hipenhecker. Harrell, Stude, B. Durrant, Chase, Bon- giorno. 3rd row: Fletcher, Harvat. Dvorach, Thompson, DeMuth. Ber- nard, Shaker, Rupp. Sebranek, Perry, Tietze. The Musie Edltftllurs, National Conferenre is one of the new mgunimtium 0n rumpus as it originated in February, 1960. Its purpose is to acquaint students with the privileges and responsibilities of the music edumlion profession and to provide oppor- tunities for its members to become acquainted with leaders in the music edueatimz pt'otession. Chosen ogieem were: Harvey Tallmth, president; Nlmlin Pendleton, viee-president; for: May, seeretmy-treasurer; and Ruth Stewart, mrrepsonding .s'erretmy. Dr. William L. Tietze advised the group. The organization assisted with music festivals, disruxsed problems in music edwration, viewed filmg and tool: trips to Madison and Dulmque to hear perfommnres. It also played a major role in the mmic festival held here on April 29 and 30. 107 nstrumental Music MEMBERS OF THE SYMPHONY BAND Shari Shulka Wiccolun Marilyn Carswell. Sherrill Munson. Ceanne Schmieder. Mary Wendtlandt, and Viola Wosilait 1Flutm: Nancy Finney, and James Kriewald whom; Marjorie Michel and Ronald Thompson BassoonH Shelby Chase. Lana Harms. Katherine Harreu. Marion Helmenstein. Cynthia Henning. Terrence Ingram, Nancy Johnson, Sharon Nichols. Marlin Pendleton. Darrell Porter, Cecil Reedy. Sharon Remington. Mary Splinter. Marcia Stude. Janet Truttman, Russell Wagner. Robert Williams. and Sharon Wiswall dhh Flar- ineh: Nancy Goodrich HC-b Clarineh: Linda Millman hum Clarineh; Isabel Edge, and Judith Hunt Bass Flarineh; Phyllis Lang ubntrahass Clarinen; Barbara Chambers. Milton Garhisch, Sandra Minette, and Judi Schneider mm; Saxnplmnm; Jane Harker and Gloria Walker Urvnor Saxoplmnw; Linda Hend- rickson Giarltone Saxophonen Thomas Dvorak. Marilyn Felder, Mary Fisher, Joanne Govier, Orville Harvat, David Knox. Marlys Nichols. David Oudyn. JoAnn Roosli. Ruth Southard and Harvey Tallroth Women; Lyle Shaker and Ruth Stewart Trumpeh; Charlotte Gregory. Caml Hawkinson, Clarence Heisz. Donna Hutter, Diane Jenkins, Shirley Reuter, Gretchen Steffens dWem-h Harm; Shirley Breuer, Erma Hipenbecker. Kenneth Kolar. Daniel Riley, James Rupp, Robert Sehranek, William Wanezek, and Ranol Weigcl Urromlmnm; Daniel Burnard Hiass Trombonen Laurie Askov. Arlen Ewers. Jon Gilbertsnn. Karl Legler, Norma Riechers, Dorothy Richter Czu'nl Valley Uiaritonm; William Brown. James DeMuth, Brian Hemp Russell Schauf. Charles Swenson. and Thomas Whalley mam: James Fremont and Jean Peterson Mtring Basn; Clyde Bryant, James Coole, Marjorie Laurenbcrg. Lula Mae Lindsay and Judy Skare UWrousslom; Michael Meadows tTympnniL Trombones Percussion Directed by Dr. I'VI'HI'mII B. Tietze, the rollege band gives many formal mnrerts, makes tours, provides music for r'ollege and urea artivitics, and sponsors flinirs. Tlu' band is organized to pmvidt' musir for others, to give sludenls a rhmzrc to partiripate in "Izmir, and lo develop m usic appreciation and umlerslundingr. Tile ninety musz'rians charted the following oflirm's for this year: Alarlm Pendleton, president: Robert Scbranek, vir'e-prcszdenl; Ruth Stewart, serretmy-treasm'm'; Sllerrill Munsg-m and Ronald Thompson, librarians; and james Fremont, business manager. Saxophones Very important to the sludent body was the spirited pep band which always managed to attend the athletic events regardless of weather. Ron Thompson was student director of the group. ther members were: Afarlin Pendleton, Dr. IVilliam Tz'etze, Harvey Tullmth, Rolmrt Dvorak, Lyle Shaker, David Knox, Ken Dolm; William Wanezek, james Coole, Clyde Bryant, james Fremont and Russell Strhauf. Brass section 0. IX! 'l .th197 g Instrumental Music Just a glimpse of hard work Flutes and Horns Speu'al ensvmbles inrluu'etl the Woodwind Quartet romposed 0f Almy I VemIlIundl, Marlin Pendleton, Alarjm'ie Mitlzel, and James Kriezuald: the Clarinet Choir romposml 0f Alarlin Pendleton, Katherine Harrell, Nmzry Gaodn'th, Nanny jolmson; and Cari! Reedy: the Trombone Quartet mmposed of Robert Sebranck, Dennis Rirlmmn, Daniel Bummd, and I'Villz'am le'Iezek; and the Brass Sextet mmposed of Harvey Tallmth. Thomas Dvorak, Diane .Irnkins. Robert Selnmzelc; Larry DeMutlz and II'THI'Iun lemzrk. 90 a? o w ,xd V Woodwind Quartel Clarinet Choir Sextet Clarinet Section lst row: Chambers, Suda, Walker. W'ulenec. Longhorn. Cushman, Han- .simmons. Harrell, Gli: , Filzsimlnuns. ml ruw: Cairns. Dull. Stewart, Durranl, Southard. tude, Tousignant. Mullikin. Luul'cnherg. Watson. Stiller. Hipenhecker. 3rd row SeBranek. Peck. M , Pei Rupp. Ingram, Kloepping. Liska, Christensen. 4th row: Harv Rundle, Pcndlelun, Huntley. Thnmpsnn, Rohhi s. Nalepinski. L it Mixed Chorus-Gleeclubs-Ensemble 1st row: Gluck. Casey, Gunthe lambrm'. Bcrnar eln anek. Mitchell, Heisz, Gladem. Pe Peck. 1' ml row: Huntley, hields. Xalepil . Lidtke. DeMuth. Swain. L 1, Hintx, Ingram. Rawson. Puckett. , Walker. Hipenhecker, Cushmanu Eonghom, Snuthard, Stude, Harrell, Wnlenec, Chambers. Barbara UH Flvtdwr rondzu'ted the Pioneer Choir, a mixed Nmrus of 4S sludmzls. This year the Choir sang for Hie senior Imrmluun'ale A'KI'YIIY'CS and ollmr .s'rlmol and arm artiviiies. The Women's Glee Club, also direrted by Barbara Flelrllr' and HIV Glemnmz. under Hie direction of Alf. William Dennis. are rmnj mm! of women and men I'as'pfrtively zvlm enjoy singing some of the better In 1131M! nzmzbm's tlml are known the world over. Tlu'x wear boll! groups brought tlu'ir ymr's program to a dose by singing for llu' Womenk Day Convert. All three groups lowed area high Mlmols and offend! music for man;y rumpus and community fundions. The groups mmbined tile prment Handcllv HM '41!" at Christmas time and Brm'lmcriv Minor A1055" at Hm annual liuxler UHIU'H. 1st row: Tucker, Matthews, G11 C ims, Fletcher, Fitz mans, Mu - son. Carswell. Butson. 2nd ruu hneider, Pace. Blddxck, Connor, Willkomm, Unke. Stitzet', Leven . McCauley. 3rd row: Zimmerman, Paulson, Saether, Krohn, Stewart, Carden. Gibbon, Olson, Rindlaub, Fisher. 4th row: Faivre, Lindsay. Laufenberg. Nyhus, Southard. Lam- holey. Cresson, Lambert, El'mer. . Pioneer E. Manzer, Advisor PIONEER STAFF 1959-1960 EDITOR ............................................ CONNIE MURPHY ASSISTANT EDITOR .............................. DONNA ENSCH BUSINESS M ANAGICR .............................. LARRY KRUG ART EDITOR ...................................... DliLORlZS BENTz m ., , 9 ORGANIZATIONS linmm ................ LINDA MILLMAN C. Murphy, Editor SPQRTSHLDI'ng .................................... PAT MURPHY ACTIVIIILS Lmron .......................... LYNN PEACOCK COPY EDITOR ................................ THERESA STLUKA 0' Ensch, P' Murphy ASSISTANTS ..... , .............................. HAROLD MOSHER W . V i ELAINE DOERING L HELENE BECK PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ........................ MILO OLSON ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ,,,,,, BOB KACIZAK PHOTOGRAHumsquL JOHNSON, B01; SCHLIESMAN, FRANCIS VVICEKS, BOB THORNTON TYPISTS .............................. CAROL PLIPLow, A KOJIMA, JOAN LATHANE ADVERTISING ASSISTANTS ........................ ANN DOYLE, jun: Humvee, Km KOLAR, TOM VVHALLICY ADVISOR ............................................ L W. NIANZI'R Sitting: J. Koiima, D. Benfz. Standing: C. Peiplow, L Peacock. L. Krug, T. Whalley, K. Kolar B. Thornton, P. Johnson I" Sitting: T. Siluka, E. Doering. Standing: H. Mosher, H. Beck. Frederick, Exponent Govier, Vinje. Wiest. Helmcnstcin. Wagner, Wejcmum Buchanan, Harllip. Exponent Stuff 1959-1960 liditor-in-chief, I'irst scmcstcr.... "Carolyn Hau'tlip Editor-in-s'hief, scmnd scmcstcrw ....Glcnn Frederick News Editor ...................................................... Larry lirug Assistant News Editor, first smncstcr.. .Jcll Humiclcr Co-spons Editors, first scmcstcrw. . Iim Erickson Dzlvc Blanchard Co-sports Editors, scrmul suncslcr ............ Jim liricksnn Gene 15er Feature Editor ................................ Marion Hclmcnstcin Assistant Feature Editor ............................ Rose Wagner Copy Editor .............................................. Joanne Govicr Assistant Copy Editor ......................... "Jim Rundlc Photography lidimrs, first semester. .Jim Mlzltson Robert Docringsfcld Photography liditor, scumd scmcstcr ........................ Robert Docringsl'cld Circulation Manager ........................................ Fay OlllCrL Circulation Assistants .............................. Ronald Howe, Ronald Jansen, Dick VVundcrlin Business Manger ....................................... Don Rodcrmcl Advertising Manager ...................................... Kay Hayes '1 3'pisLs ............ ....Judy Hcffcrmnn, Diunc Burgy Sports XVritcr. .Phil Erickson, Dick Kcrkcnlmsh, Put Hunnnlkml, Ken Kunop, Chuck Misky News Writers ................ James Olcson, T0111 Ochrduy, Mike Campbell, Judy XVntson, 'l'om Dillon, Juniw Nyhus, Dave Klocpping', Marjorie Wolcncc, Jeff Hamiclcc, Juanita Pcmllcton, Dzm Burnzlrd, David Olig, Willard Carlow, Gary Ruchti, Paul Black, Bert Zippcrcr Fcuturc Writers ................ Dick VVicst, Judy Offcrdahl, Wally Monthic, Shelby Chase, Stephanie XMcst, Jerry Lewis, Marcia Hurdles, Carla Lewkc, Sherri Davisson, Carol Zippercr Photographers ................ Karstcn Vinjc, Francis Weeks, Victor Lcc, Jim Vchcmzm, Phil Johnson, Bob Kzuimk, Bob Sthlicsmzm, Ron Richardson, Iscc licklund, Milo Olson Advisor .................................................. Phillip Butlmnzm last row: West, Offerdahl. Hannaford, Watson. 2nd row: Osterday, Burnard, Ohlert, Howe, Carlow, Oleson. Rundle, Krug, Hetfernan, Hamielec, Ertz, Hayes, Erickson. With a larger staff and more cooperation, the Exponent went to a weekly six page publication in Inid-year, instead of a four page paper. The Exponent is made available to students, facul- ty, alumni, and other people interested in happenings at Pioneer State College. , y - K g 1959 oecwakmse -, I 2 n3 4 3 1 f3 0 In H l3; 2 g H! . -'H i 4L , ,h I'x-lvii ng V 1 m, :f , w 9 IX Rodman, Schroeder, Sherman, Meier, 1st row: Secher, R. Docring. Hugill. 2nd row: Byers, Christiansen, Hamhlin. Hamieloct 3rd row: Snmervillc. Lampe. GEODE STAFF 1959-1960 liditnr .............................................................. Dulc Sccllcr Assmeiutc lidimrelirst semester "Roger Hugill Associate liditor-sccond semester.t..Rich:lrd Rodmzln Business Manager .......................................... John Meier Photographers ........................................... David Pickett Philip Sherman Pllotogruphcre-scmm1 semester .................................. Roger Christianscn Reporters .......................................................... Neil Eycrs Richard chcr Rclmrtcrs-unc smucstcr .................... Richard Rodman John Mcicr Jeffery Hamiclcc John Somcrville Frank Hamblin James Sherman Carl Schroeder Dale Rice Special Correspondent ................................ John Lampc 118 Oflir'ial newspaper of the Teeh division, The Goede attempts to infown students and alumni of the news and aetivities 0f W.I.T. The staff, advised by Ii. R. Doering, is composed of men in the Teeh division. These men, carrying at least nineteen rredits, meet every Tuesday at 4:00 p.111. to discuss issuex and distribute assignments. Although tangible rewards me few 01 Terh letter is earned by a 7mm serving on the staff for one yemj, the men feel reumrded hy the valuable experience they have gained through uniting. The editors are their own mpurters; they write the urlieles, proofread them, and make the dummy sheets. Men me selected for the stay on the basis of their past writing experienre. This year the staff, in addition to producing the nems'pulmr. prepared a radio program whirl! was hmmlmxt over IVSWW. Religion An education is spiritual. It reaches from a mid- week discussion gathering to a sunny morning spent in prayerifrom a spaghetti supper to a reciprocal communion with God. It is higher education with its head bowedi-the heart of whichiseeks Him to indi- vidual souls. Baptist Student F ellowship 156 row: Ninneman, Cousins, Lehner, Southard, Faivre. 2nd row: H111, Kloepping. Perry, R. Schneeberger, Schneeberger, K. Lutheran Student Association 1st row: Tinkham. Fritz, Kamps. Whalley, Peterson. Wendtlandt, Treweek. Jessie. 2nd row: Olson, Jessie, Barsness, Forseth, Rickers. Wcigel. Kamps. J.. Thoreson. Munson, Doeringsfeld. 3rd row: Asp. Bnllerud. Swain Zogg, Ruckti. Romundson. Thies. Friske, Rev. Doering. 120 LSA LS.A. members enioy good food and good company vaiding an opportunity for fallmmhip for Lutheran .vtudents, the Lutheran Student Assoriatimz also strives to satisfy the spiritual needs of its 712621111613 and give them an opportunity to express and deepen their Christian faith. The nmelings inrludcd cost supper, speakers, Iilms, or some form of rerreation. Christnms mmiling with the Methodist Youth Group; pimirhing and sponsoring members who attended the spring and full retreats of HIV LSXAKS 0f stale wileges were aim inrludcd in Ihe year's pmgmm. Tom I'thlley was alerted president: Joan Perkins, vh'ehprcsidenl; Virginia Barmess, .s'a'rclmy; Roger Zogg, treasurer; and Erma Hipcnberher, stewardship. Dr. Keith Woods and The Reverend Deming advised the group. lst row: Dean, Bredeson. Burreson. Johnson. Perkins. Henning, Grune- wald, Brudos. 2nd row: Johnson, Garbisch. Gentz, Horton, Horn, Syftet stad, Ebel. Kilen, Larson. 3rd row: Hales. Christiansen. Feddersen, Johnson, Bertling, Karrmann, Dohl, Doeringsfeld, Weeks. 121 ewman Qlub Newman Club is a Catholic student organization on campus that provides religious training and social activities for its 150 members. Officers were: Didk Thomas, president; Ronald Duentl, viceepresident; .109 Guenther, treasurer; Grace Levcns, recording scc- retary; Carol Kirch, corresponding secretary; Donna Hutter and Ruth Uppenn, publicity; and Shirley lireucr and Rose XVugner, Newman magazine corro- spondents. Isl row: McGinlcy. Hogan. Leyson. Hayes, Hartlip, Ackcr. Coulthard. Flores, Akiona. Bierman. Huttcr. Ramekcr. 2nd row: Daenti, Honzcl. Cody, Hollatz, Lange, Davis, Devlin, chcrlcin, Guenther, Laufenherg, Felder. Eisele, Breuer. 3rd row: Murphy. Mahoney. May. Howe. M. Mur- phy. Frank, Amrozewicz. Flanagan, Bigger, Bobh. Doyle. Bowers, Mc- Carthy. lst row: Lambolcy. Veith, Ruppert. Olson. Snyder. Tousignant. Sinkulo. Klein, Splinter, Winters, Prochaska. Yoskowski. 2nd row: McCluskey, Warmke, Stuntebcck, Kinney, Condon. Gorman. Rockweiler, Statz, Mit- chell, Ploessl. Misky, Thomas. 3rd row: Wagner, Kirch. Levins, Sever- son, Noble, Klar, J. Klar, Tagalicod. Uppena. Levens, Haas. Piquettc. Discussions, panels, movies, and visiting speakers are included in the weekly meetings. The club spon- sors an annual spaghetti supper, a Christmas dance and banquet, religious retreats, the May crowning, and the Spring Banquet and formal. Various mem- bers of the club attend the regional, provincial, and national Newman Club conventions. Six members attended the national convention held at Albuquer- que, New Mexico in the fall of 1959. Members take advantage of Newman Center facilities lat ruw: Kacizak, Virtue. Klippcl, Ewcrs. Sudu, Tackcs, Huhl, Hetzel. 2nd row: Michel, Ensch, Wunderlin, Ruef. Raise. Louthain, Braithwaitc, Duran. 3rd row: Sanchez. Hanko, Hughes, Studnicka, Richter, Mc- Dowald, Doll, Louthain. Members enioy after-supper chat with Father Flanagan Met 0dist Student F ellowship lst row: Fenske, Doe, Christensen, Graham, Faulkenburg. Messer, Dohson. 2nd row: Knight. Hoffman, Annear, Cairns, Krohn. Hunt. Heiney, Carswell. Govier, Edge. Askov. 3rd row: C0010. Finney, Jen- nings, Glick. Ferrin. LaMere, Curry, Meads. Conger. Meyer. 4th row: Rupp, Hutchinson. Lindsay. Chapman, S Keller, Koller, Christianson, Hardwick, Getschman, Huntley. Reverend Thompson likes hot dogs, too g3. 45 , 3; 21239,; MSF, a religious orgam'zatirm for IWetlmdist students attending llu: milege, had a busy and interesting year. Alectings inrluded: student and farully speakers, Mms and filmstrips, panel disrussiom, and recreation meetings: Fall actim'liex were the annual thicken, barbecue and the Thanksgiving banquet with President Ullsvik as main speaker. The district supe'rinlmzdent, Rev. Deane Irish, was the main speaker at tile Cllrz'stnms banquet, and Bishop Nortllmtt spoke at the Spring banquet. Ofiirm's for the year were: Nancy Willkomm, president Cllurk Hardwirkc, m're-presidmt: Lula Mae Lindsay, xrar'rrataryvlreasurer; and Indy Hunt and Sharon Ix'ulm; food t'ommittee. prepares to partake of the gustatorial art 1st row: Rev Thompson, Schaal, Stitzer, Vincent, Willkomm, C. Zipperer, Zipperer. 2nd row: Pace, Biddick, White, Kriewald. Unke, Monroe, Harker. 3rd row: Tucker, Butson. Porter, Kintz, Poppy, Rippchen, Zimmerli, Nichols, Wosilait, Swanson, Stephens. Pickett, Bradley, Sherman, Rindlauh. Canterbury Club lst row: N. Goodrich. Father Traeumer. 0 Holland. 2an row: J. Opelt, J. Nale- pinski. D. Rndermel. x; v 1st row: Thompsnn. Lambert. Walker, Watson, Wen- zel. Zimmerman. Burnard. ":ml row: Harrell, Nichol- son, Gilbertson. Reverend Sheldon. Smith, Simnnie. Hill. 3rd row: Bnllerud, Sampe, Enge. Ronnorud, Feldt, Harval. nited Student F ellowship lst row: Yuumans, Stewart. McCauley, Williams, Green. 2nd row: Stickler, Knoble, anu, Erickson. Summers, Diehl. Thlrd raw: Sandersun, Rnhhins, Monthie. Arlen. Huffman Schweiner. Cole. Residences No less important in our lives have been the dormi- tories and living units. Here there was noise and bustle, friendship and cameraderie. The hours spent in these halls and homes have increased the value of these years. 127 Brigham Hall papers pizza and palavering Jiles Cole, President of Royce Hall; Julie Fox, Pub- licity chairman at Brigham Hall; JoAnn Knight, Secretary; Doris Hetzel. Treasurer; Jeff Amrozewicz, Secretary; Marge Simonson, President. Brigham Hull; and Ann Goodmiller, Social Chairman. Hall shortwave slumber and shirts 129 Standing: Mary Veith. Patricia Han- nafurd. Jean Bidlingmaier, Nancy Henderson Sininz: Judy Roinku, Jean Sm-lwr. Stephanie West, Shari Shulka. Rusozmn Wagner, Connie Stucssy, Ccanne Schmicdor, Mary Eber'hardt. Longfellow Manor JoAnn Bongiomo. Judy Brewer, Karen Ward. Marilyn Smith. Gretchen Kulzu', Darlene Hillcoat. Heathwood l lst row: Carla Lewke, Kathleen Kelly, Sharon Davisson. 2nd row: Caml Kirch, Gail Jorenby, Lula Mae Lindsay. lst row: Eleanore McCauley, Joanne Levins, Bonnie Severson. 2nd row: Elizabeth An- near, Barbara Leyson, Mary Noble, Sharon Krohn. 131 ,- Feather House lst row: S. Minette, J. Kilkelly. 2nd row: J. Paar, J. Midthun. L. Egstad. 3rd row: E. Deering, T. Stluka. ine Place 15'! row: J. Coyle, M. Wendtlendt. 2nd row: C. Murphy, M. Schmid, Beck, V. Benincosa. 132 illa Bonnetta lst row: Council members for first semester were: Jean Peterson, Marion Helmenstein, Marilyn Felder, Grace Levens. 2nd row: Karen Kaske. Marilyn Olson, 1st row: Council members for second semester were: Nan Lamholey, Marlene Dischler. Harriet Conger. Sherill Unke, Rochelle Burreson, Bonnie Carden, Sally Mnnica Ahing. Hoverman, Janet Kojima. 2nd row: Diana Paulson, Jan Spaulding, Andrea Eckdahl, Jane Lovaas, Hedwig Zimmerman. Peggy Gempler. Missing are: Donna Ensch, Mary Buttery, and Colleen Marsh. 133 Fricdlc. Ecliormun. Olson, R. Eckerman, P. Johnson. 134 lst row: Tregoning, Sand- mire. Grindey, Gundry. 2nd row: Lien. Walsvick, Tju- gum, Glondonning. Patch. Pink House Isl row: Janet Fitz- simmnns, Margaret Murray, Stella Bartel- son. 75nd row: Carol Brudos, Young Lee, H a z e 1 Hill, Mary Fisher. ls! row: L. chdrickson, S. Wanless, G Smith, J. SchnlL 2nd row: V. Akiona, P. Theisen, J. Hanson, M. Tackes, M. Wil- liams. E. McCarthy. Skunk House lat row: Gordon Thomas Albert Breitlow, Richard Lien. 2nd row: Wayne Martin David Voeltner. Haw ouse lst row: J, Marsh. C. Dcsanhm', E. Staskul. 73nd row: B. Schoele, .1. Walter, G. Gordon. 136 Delta House smam: J. Olstnd, A. .4? SPhC?beTt, P. Kinney. Handing: D. Braun. .J. liogcgs, R. Kerken- hush, J. Meyers. eittenhiller House L. Harms. J. Sleep M. Bethke, N. Coulthard, M. Studnicka, N. Linton. Not pictureng. Hoppe. Bearas Den lst row: D, Howdlc. E. Hulin. 2nd row: E, Erickson. P. Becker. Not pictured, ?B. Geyelx Mouse House 1st row: 13. Scott. 2nd row: J. Everson, G. Suda. G. Young, B. Kahl. Not picturediB Vincent, C. Kar- asek, ! 15 314'5- fiatxi a Bossie Boll9s Boys , i. , , Seated: H. Hoernke, D Huntley. .L Beaver. Standing: F. Bins. D. Ptaschinski. C. Jepson. Nut Dim tured B. Aldcrdcn. Sealed: F. Rock, P. Murphy, W. anund- son. K. Heihl. Stand- ing: C. Swenson, C. Ehrke, W. Aebersold. 139 A VJ, x. q. x 2 again; a LE3 kirk .2, Egg: m gamma xmwaaz ,. WV ,2. mW. u 2. ,. Q ?Vmi? Q awn 3?: w. n; .;?4 . THLETIEE Slcv'l'. 19 atSlav'r. 26 Our. 3 Our. 10 OCT. 17 WNW. 2'1 HRH: 31 Nov. 7 The Record LORAh S'rlcx'rxs POINT W1H'rrszA'rIck LACROSSE M 1 1 .wm ! K 151-: Osnkosn Rn'm FALLS CARTHAGl-Z 3k Howl: GAMES P 0 Hi I8 0 23 0 J? 0 31 27 H 0 lfi 22 H l l 20 Pioneers at the scrimmage line F ootball Pioneers and opposition struggle to regain possession of the ball Loras lSePlatteville 16 The Loras linemen stopped our attack while their backs piled up an 18-2 lead in the first three quarters. In the fourth quarter Baetz and Holzhueter carried Geyer passes over the goal line, but the Pioneer attack wasn't great enough to overcome the Loras lead. Stevens Point 23ePlatteville 0 Cold, rain, mud, and defeat were the Cause ol' our dis- comfort on this Saturday evening. The Pioneer passing attack bogged down while the Pointers exhibited a pow- erful line and backfield. Whitewater 47aPlatteville 0 Whitewater ran back the opening kickoff for 21 score and never were in trouble throughout the game. Half- time found us on the short end of a 41-0 score. The great punting of A1 Breitlow prevented the VVarhawks from running up a larger score. La Crosse 34aPlatteville 0 It was homecoming for the Indians and they certainly were looking for a Pioneer scalp. The opposition again piled up a large lead early in the game and then pro- tected it against our attack. W Malson and Meyers talk strategy Platteville 27ehlilwaukee 13 Our team proved to be a group 01' opportunists as they capitalized on a series 01' Milwaukee errors and rang up the highest Pioneer score 01" the season. Our fme defen- sive play was the cause of the Milwaukee errors which resulted in a Pioneer victory. Oshkosh ISePlatteville 0 Our attack never got started on the sleet and rain- soaked field. We were held to less than 40 yards and thatis the story 01: the game. Platteville 22eRiver Falls 14 Homecoming! The boys provided us with a team effort and a victory. Martin, Marsh, Swiekatowski and Maison were especially great. We scored first and held the lead throughout the game as our defense rose to the occasion and continuously spoiled the River Falls attack. It was a joyous Victory for the team, the student body, and the alumni. Carthage 20-Platteville 14 It was close, but the Pioneers just couldnk muster enough strength to close out the season with a victory. Carthage had too much depth for our squad. Breitlow and Marsh provided the Pioneer scores while W illiams played a great all-around game. 143 1st row: Martin, Pulman, MCVay, Williams. Strohackerl Keller, Hnlz- hueter, Fuller, Meyers, Swiekatowski, Geyer. Eaetz. Martin, Malson. Doyle, Schwulst, Marnocha. 2nd rim: Hardin, Morris, Fronsin. Bilmw, Mai. Eckerman, Zimmert Howely. Amberg. Green, Schlough, Ruul'. Johnson. Troxel. Bakken. Schaller. Marsh, Seefeldt, Reed, Breitlow. Coadhles Leitl and Barth study the play 144 Murphy, IL Murphy. Reimer, Rundle, This was it losing season for the Pioneers and their fans. Many factors contributed to this, but two things were outstanding in their adverse effect upon the team. Injuries to key players were very important. Had the Pioneers been at full strength throughout the season, the various scores would surely have shown :1 favorable change. The team also lacked depth. Time after time the opposition was able to build up a lead because they were able to Held reserves which gave their regulars a rest. Whatever the cause for the poor season, it wasnlt because the players gave up. They treated their fans to many moments of good, and sometimes great, football. Because of this we were proud of our football team. Poor weather at many 01 the home football games was a big disappointment to our Pioneer Band as well as to our team and fans. Band members spent hours rehearsing their haltltime selections and maneuvers, only to find it impossible to display the results of their elTorts. The poor weather prevented actual half-time performance discouraging, in view 01' all the previous planning and work. Despite the conditions of the field, however, either the entire band or the pep band bolstered our spirits throughout the games with their snappy selections played from the stands. Chilly but cheerful! Swat leads squad back to action Band at Homecoming halftime Country Sack, Pennisum, Kies, Schneeherger, Winsor, Richarr, Stevens, Konop, Kohl, Bulin. Amo flying to another victory The Record 1959 P O 3': W A RTB U RG 1 6 4 3 g-kLORAs 23 34 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 28 28 aSUW-MILWAUKEE 17 42 MANKATO, MINN. 27V2 271A; DUBUQUE U. 33 23 IOWA STATE TEACHERS '30 25 'Czlmes won 146 One 01' the big reasons for the success 01' the team this year is certainly Amo Stephens. Thmughout the year Couch Winsor constantly counted chances Ol' Pioneer victories on this fme runner. Amo was outstanding this season, capturing Iotlr firsts and three seconds in the regular meets. Stephens ruptured fifth place in the state meet and won the i'mwn 0i king in the conference meet. Perhaps his greatest achievement occurred in the national meet in Nebraska. Out 01' :1 field of 205 of the finest cross-country runners in the nation, Stephens refused to quit, ran perhaps the best race of his young mreer, and finished thirteenth. He received :1 gold medal for his accomplishment. Rival coaches marveled at his ability and picked him to be an outstanding runner in the national meet in future years. It is not surprising that Amo Stephens was selected Pioneer ol' the Week. With three years of competition still remaining, the future 01' the cross-country team looks rosy, indeed. tVist-onsin Slate ColIt-gl- Conferenci- Plattuviile lst ,, 20 points tVistiunsEn AAI' Chunmionships Marquette U. lstiZ'Z points Platteville 2nd 132 points N.A.I.A. National Championship Platteville Sth in place of 20 teams Dual Meet Recnrdeii winw. t2 ties. 2 lower; State trophy brings a thoughtful pause for Coach Winsor Danny piling up points 147 Basketball Snyder, Horton. Udelhoven, Sarbacker, Bakken, Noble, Oosterhuis, Lucas, Subera, Zamzow, Emerson, Wells, Rundle. Braun, Hickman. Davis. Season Summary The defending champion Pioneers, after getting off to a slow start, made things hot for the rest of the conference members during the last hall 01' the season. Although the squad played fme ball throughout the season, it was a final hot streak with victories over XVhitewater, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Stout, U.W.M., and VNhitewater again that led to a tie for second place in the conference. It also made the Pioneers eligible for a chance to represent Wisconsin in the N.A.I.A. small college tournament at Kansas City. Instead of a playoff, however, the conference school athletic directors voted for the representative, and Oshkosh was selected for the honor. Tom Davis was selected as honorary captain ol the season. Tom certainly deserved this honor. He not only set the Platteville fieldhouse individual scoring record for a single game with 36 points, but averaged 22 points per game, and was sixth highest scorer in the conference for the season. The honor of most valuable player was won by Milt Bakken. Milt was one of the deadliest shots in the conference. He averaged 17 points per game and grabbed many vital rebounds through the year. Equally important in the Pioneers line record was the play of Don Braun. Not only rated the best de- Let's 99, go, go fensive ballplayer in the conference. Don also aver- The Record Opponents Platteville 47 IOWA VVESLEYAN ............................ 91 102 ST. AMBROSE .................................... 89 66 ILL. NORMAL .................................... 60 63 LORAs ................................................ 69 93 SkOSHKOSH .......................................... 72 83 DUBUQUE U. .................................... 85 94 QUINCY ............................................ 86 72 gtSUPERIOR .......................................... 70 66 3?RIVER FALLS .................................... 92 85 jgSTEVENS POINT ................................. 8610T1 95 WINONA ............................................ 102 71 1U.M.XA7. ............................................ 65 76 'i'eVVHITl-ZWATER .................................. 93 81 aEOSHKOSH .......................................... 104 111 DUBUQUE U. .................................... 95 89 LEWIS ................................................ 82 62 31EAU CLAIRE ................................... 77 50 akSTOUT .............................................. 79 84- $STEVENS POINl ................................ 74 79 32U M W. ............................................ 8010T1 84 91WH1TEWAT1 R .................................. 90 S1C0NF11RENC1: GAMES 1OT7 OVERTIME GAMES CONFERENCE RECORD 8-4 ALL GAMES 13-8 aged 17 points per game, got his share of the rebounds, and played a good all-round Hoot game. Another fine performer was sophomore Bill Ooster- huis, who proved that he could rebound and score with the best players in the conference. The steady reserve play of Gary Einerson and Fred Zamzow when the chips were down greatly contributed to this yearys fme season. A good team needs good rebounders and Platteville had them in Dave Horton, Dick Sarbacker, and Larry Noble. With a solid bench of Gerald Hickman, Iack Sny der, Steve Subera and Clyde W'ells the Pioneers should have a powerful outfit next year. Bakken and Davis are the only members graduating this summer. Higher Dave A non-contact sport?? Another packed house No wonder you dribble so well! Final Conference Standings U.VV.M. ........................................................................ 10-2 PLATTEVILLIC .................................................................. 8-11 OSHKOSH ....................................................................... 8- 1 EAU CLAIRE .................................................................. 8-11 SUPERIOR ........................................................................ 66 Nice block, Larry 150 STEVENS Pom'r .............................................................. 5-7 XVHITIQWA'ncR ................................................................ 57 LA CRUSH: .................................................................... 11-8 STOUT .................................................. , ................ 4-8 RIVER FALLs .................................................................. 2-10 Nice game, fellows 15S: row: Kies. Lhust. Wells. Waterman. Stephens, Bertling. Lien, Wejc- an row: Mitchell, Albright, Henquinet, Juday, Sack, Montaha. Messer. Draves, Palzkill, Richman. 3rd row: Ienatsch, Powers, Sehneeberzer. Pufhal, Penniston, Schaller, R'oehr. Hardin. man. Dillon. 7 ?Beske, Team Bollant. Bulin, Colbert, Doeringsfeld, McKenzie, Ziehm. goes South 3?; kg; a1? Vt 127 x, 25ft X E a, Not pictured The Record Conference at Milwaukee U.W.M. .............................................................. 77V2 LA CROSSE .......................................................... 47 OSHKOSH ............................................................ 31 RIVER FALLS ...................................................... 18V2 XVHITEWATER . P LA'IT IN I LL 1:. Whitewater Invitational U .W . M . .............................................................. 92 VVHlTl-ZWATER . CARROLL .............................................................. 52 V2 In the Beloit Relays Platteville scored 110 points, but Elgin Bulin placed 0th in the two mile race. Winners for Platteville who finished last in the Mil- waukee conference were Dan Kies who won the mile in the time of 4233.9, and Elgin Bulin who won the 2 mile in the time of 10:00.8. The team elected Dan Kies honorary captain for the season, and Elgin Bulin, captain of the 1959 cross country team. Tennis lxt row: Shields. Gibbons, Bartholf, Misky, Kalb. 2nd row: Radtke, Ropka, Mueller, Trickel, Lee. The Record 1959 P O DUISUQUIC U. 0 7 LORAS 2 7 VVH ITEWATER 11 5 LokAs 2 7 Season Record Platteville lost all four OI its tennis games. Conference The conference meet was held at Oshkosh. Pioneer George Mohr was defeated by john Englheart of UWM, and Pioneef Tom Repka was defeated by Kearn of Stevens Point. In the doubles Dave Von Moose and Robert '1 1 ick1e were defeated by the UWM doubles team. Intramural Champs Basketball lst row: Malson, Breitlow, Wendorf. 2nd row: Martin, Baetz, Colbert, Marnocha. Friske. Tackes, McCarthy, Hanson, Schmid. Beck, Theisen. Wanlcss, Akiona. Volleyball Baseball The Record 1959 P O LORAS 15 16 W H lTl-lWA'lthR ' 3 KM H ITEWAT 141R 2 3 M ILTON 3 5 MILTON ll 4 UWM 1 6 U KN 1N1 0 I STEVENS POINT 0 3 STEVENS POINT 8 2 LORAS 5 8 OSHKOSH 0 13 OSHKOSH 4 5 Overall Record 0 Plutteville won 9 games and lost 9 games. Conference Plutteville finished in last place in the southern divL sion. They won 2 games and lost 6 games. Golf The Record 1959 P 0 DUBUQUF, U. 17 10 Laws 11 23 Dum'Ql'lc 1'. 113 9 LORAS 6 12 W'Is. TECH 13 8 W H ITEVVAT 16R 6 I 2 Season Record Platteville won 3 games and lost 3 games. h lonfcrcnce The conference meet, was held at Green Lake, 1Visc0n- sin. The Pioneers Iinished 8th in a field of nine teams with a team total of 699 points. 154 April of 1960 brought another beginning to our I'VSCIT campus. Ground was broken, and mnstrnction begun on the new Health and Physical Edumtion building for Pioneer State College. It was the fLrst among the several buildings proposed for the South Campus building project. Although, this building was the first and only one on the proposed South Campus fm' which funds had been uppmprlntml, the overall plan for the dcvclopmmrt wax apprmmd. The future will bring added mnstrurlion. We shared the beginning. The proposed South Campus UROI'N ll BREAKING- CREW Coach John Barth, director of athletics and head of the physical education depart- ment; Miss Mary Lewis, col- lege nurse; Coach Lester Leitl, head football and head baseball coach; Mr. Leo Boc- bel. chairman of the campus planning committee; Mr. Fred Giese, superintendent of the plant and grounds; Miss C. Helene Hansen, head of women's physical education; Dr. Harold Hutcheson, dean of administration; President Bjarne R. Ullsvik; track coach, Charles Winsor. and Miss Georgia Storzer, physi- cal education instructor at Doudna Lab School. The building will ms! approximately $954,894 and should be ready for use by Septemben 1961. T0 house the entire department of physical edueatian, health and athlelirs, the 308 by 154 ft. structure will lie a modern tri-level building, complete with basement. Along with the four gqulzasiumus to be housed in the haallh-physiral eduration building will be a .swinmling pool, nurse's and dormr's affirm, I'lassrmnn, and an infirmary. One 0f the proposed gynmasimns is to have a sealing r'aparlly of 3,000. This capacity will provide far the entire student body as well as OII-rampus personnel wishing Io observe rampus evanls. The gym area ma also serve for r'amuxalianx, lectures, entertain- ment, and indoor I'ommem'emenlx. As the rlass of 1960, we saw another beginning when the student eenter was born. We also saw the mmplelion of that project and shared in the use of that addition to our campus during 0111' laxl yeam in, sr'hool. Crowlh and expansion want our srhoolmalex. Thus, anolher beginning gave us one more memory. 3 Lb , A ikagiQi. , p5 3:;in : ,L,i.,,: xthi1a$itf$ wiJLX L3? ixasfitg Q 1 3. ., : i .y 23$. 9 i w; .3th ,! !,.1 !!3:!;:5,91,$ ! t. rxttl, ,, CV; . w v V; v- 3w: x N K. ,4 H 4v, w. Mm" pm wwm wxax ,V WW, ,WM ,w M. - . a "45K 5" L M n-v V A :3; g ; A $2 3 1 gnaw Mn m : , . 'V' A u , ; 1k. V, I ' T1 y; :7. . , JwWQMgggwi I H 333 . , , r V . 3 mp rem, . W d3 ., . 9;; w w AV '5 $59wa 9. ??wa-iw F? awwwm 'fga s9: wmnyI'Ethrg V k$ ' K 4:: M , arm a.gbw MWAS m, k w; M? "i a 5; , QQWcEM? $257? w y A Mfr: .1 W . eniorvs For us the object of these years has been a greater comprehension of Truth. For some it has been that intuitive perception of reality which is Poetry. For others it has been the intricate skills of application which is Technology. Still for others, it has been the rational process of discovery which is Science. 159 Elementary Education AKIONA, VERNA P. ANDERSON, ROLLIN L. ASKOV, LAURIE L. BIDLINGMAIER, JEAN M. BOCKMEYER, JOAN M. BURGY, DIANNE R. BRYNS, ELLEN I. CHAMBERS, BARBARA D. COLE, GLORIA CHALLONER coon, JAMES L. DEAN, SUSANNE. M. FLORES, ALICE M. GRAVES, ELSIE M. GREENE, JANET r. HEDRICK, DONNA E. HEFFERNAN, JUDY A. HILL, HAZEL M. HUNT, JUDITH F. IMHOFF, LOIS M. JAHNKE, REYNOTTA G. 161 162 KERKENBUSH, RICHARD J. KlES, DANIEL A. KOJIMA, JANET Y. LEVINS, JOANNE M. LEWIS, BARBARA P. LEYSON, BARBARA A. LINDEN, CAROL A. MCCARTHY, EILEEN M. MONROE, BEVERLY C. MOUW, MARGARET D. MURPHY, CONSTANCE GODERSKI OLSON, MARY C. MARSH, COLLEEN c. MATTHEWS, JOYCE A. MOE, JOAN M. LA FALL, MARJORIE LAVAKE PACE, NEVA J. PERKINS, JOAN DAHLER RUPPERT, MARY L. STITZER, BONNIE c. SACKER, JEAN E. SHEPHARD, NORMA J. SMITH, GAIL J. SMITH, MARILYN M. WEMMER, LUCINDA KUSTKA WHITAKER, BETTY R. W'ICKLAND, CAROL A WILLIAMS, PATRICIA A. VEITH, MARY A. WINKERS, LAVON E. WISWALL, SHARON M. WOSILAIT, VIOLA K. GOULD, DOROTHY G. GILBERTSON, SANDRA J. LOVASS, JANE Secondary Education AUSTIN, RICHARD M. BARTELT, EUGENE F. BACHELOR, JAMES A. BRINKMEIER, WAYNE E. BEACH, WILBUR C. BECK, HELENE M. BENINCOSA, VIRGINIA A. BENSON, NORLAND 0. CLARK, DONNA D. COLLETTI, GEORGE CONGER, HARRIET A. CUCHNA, SANDRA M. DAVIES, THOMAS R. DAVISSON, SHARON A. DEMPSEY, BRUCE C. DEMPSEY, JEAN GATES DONAHUE, JOHN V. EDWARDS, SANDRA A. ECKELBERG, JEANETTE C. ERICKSON, EDMUND K. 165 166 DICRISTINA, FRANK FALKENBURG, LENORA M. GEYER, ROBERT I. HABERLI, JAMES J. HARDIE, MARCIA ANKLAM HARTLIP, CAROLYN A. HASBURGH, SALLY P. HILL, JOHN P. JOHNSON, KENNETH L. JOHNSON, PHILIP H. KARLS, LISETTE THIEDE KARRMANN, MARC 12. LEINWEBER, BYRON D. MLCINNITY, PAUL C. MARSHALL, HOMER WK MARTIN, RICHARDS H. MEYER, RONALD L. MOEN, MARY A. MORROW, ROBERT F. MULLIKIN, SHELBY J. MURPHY, J. MATTHEW NESTORA, STELLA PORTER, HUGH C. REICHMANN, EDWIN J. REINKE, JUDY A. REICHERS, PAUL D. RUX, EDWARD C. SCHMID, MARY A. SCULLION, CAROLE C. STAMPFLI, ROBERT R. STAUFFACHER, PAUL T. STEPHENS, GRETCHEN C. srums, MARCIA L. SURREM, JOHN A. SWEARINGEN, LOWELL L. THOMAS, GORDON D. THOMPSON, RONALD D. TREGONING, DONALD O. TRUMBEL, DAVID G. WALZ, CARI F. WOSOBA, JAMES L. ZEMAN, MARVIN J. KOOIMAN, GENE C. WITTLIEF, KENNETH L. 167 ASKE, JERRY D. AUEL, JOSEPH N. AYER, KEITH c. BLACK, PAUL H. BREITLOW, ALBERT E. CARLOW, WILLARD D. CHRISTIANSEN, GERAD R. DAY, ROBERT C. DOHL, RAYMOND F. DISCH, WAYNE E. EBEL, JAMES E. ERTZ, EUGENE H. EVERSON, KEITH P. FARRINGTON, WAYNE F. FELDT, HARLAN D. FOGO, WILLIAM R. FRISKE, MAHLEN C. FROEHLICH, ROBERT B. GAVOL, JOHN T. GEORGE, ROBERT E. Agriculture 169 0 GLUCK, RONALD A. GREEN, CHARLES M. HAMMES, MARK J. KRUG, LARRY L. HOLBROOK, DONALD M. HOWE, LAWRENCE A. IVEY, RONALD G. KOLAR, KENNETH J. LEE, ROGER J. LIDTKE, JAMES F. MASTERS, A. JAMES MOE, ROGER MCCARTHY, HAROLD J. MCCOY, WAYNE G. MARTIN, RALPH A. MARTIN, WAYNE E. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT R. NORTON, ROGER J. OHLERT, FAY L. OLESON, JAMES E. OLIG, DAVID J. OLSON, FRANCIS M. PANZER, DANIEL E. ROGERS, JAMES P. PARKINSON, ARNOLD L. PETERSON, GERALD A. REBHOLZ, ROGER H. RICHOLSON, CARL R. STAUBER, CHARLES R. STROHACKER, LARRY G. SWENSON, DEAN A. SWIEKATOWSKI, DONALD A. TAYLOR, GENE L. THOMPSON, GLEN S. TONKINSON, DAVID B. WAGNER, HARVEY J. WALSH, FRANCIS w. WARMKE, MARVIN J. WILDES, CARL 0. WILSON, LOWELL J. SCHERBERT, ARTHUR F. SNYDER, GEORGE T. SPITZBARTH, CHARLES 171 BARTON, RICHARD BLACKMER, GARY W. BLUMER, RALPH E. BRYAN, ELDEAN J. CAMP, WILLIAM L. DARE, ARTHUR D. ERICSON, ROBERT V. FOERST, JOHN R. FULLER, ELMER T. HILLARY, RICHARD C. HOERNKE, HERBERT B. LAMB, DAVID J. LEE, CLARENCE O. MARSH, GERAL L. MORRITT, STANLEY W. MUNGER, RALPH A. Industrial Arts 173 PECK, ROBERT L. RADTKE, GALE C. REPKA, TOM E. ROBBINS, CARALD G. SIMPSON, WAYNE A. STAUBER, RICHARD T. TINDELL, JAMES J. TORSTENSON, STANLEY A. ALDERDEN, ROBERT F. BUTLER, jACK H. KEEPERS, JAMES L. ROLLER, DAVID L. HALLINGSTAD, PAUL D. ZERNICKE, DOUGLAS M. Civil Engineering BELSCAMPER, BRUCE w. muss, JOHN F. GRAHAM, GARY A. HEanH, WILLIAM H. JOHNSTON, JOHN E. KLEIN, ROBERT L. KLINE, ROBERT C. KOCH, HENRY P. LIEU, IL KAP MALL'ICK, AMIN U. NELSON, PHILIP J. PAISLEY, ALEX E. PANSER, DONALD E. RAMSETT, LORREN o. RICHARD, JAMES P. ROWE, JAMES M. SCHROEDER, LEE F. SMICK, ROBERT E. WEBER, RICHARD E. Mining Engineering CHERRIER, THOMAS E. DECKER, RICHARD L. HAAS, CHARLES J. HARDIE, ROBERT C. HASHMI, HASIN A. HINKINS, MAURICE L. HUFFMAN, JERRY W. KUCHENBECKER, RONALD L. MINCH, WILLIAM R. NULPH, DENNIS E. OCHS, EDWARD PHALEN, PATRICK J. PORTER, DARRELL D. SCHINDEL, BERVVIN G. SCHOENHARD, CARL ll. TENUT, CARL E. VEIR, ROGER A. leLLIAMS, JOHN F. WUNDERLIN, MARK C. CHARTRAW, HAROLD C. MURPHY, JOHN T. Arts and Science BAKER, LARRY B. CHAI, MYONG H. COPELAND, DONNA J. GRAVES, RICHARD R. GUNDRY, JON M. KARLS, DEAN E. KING, ROGER J. LINDSAY, LULA M. RINDLAUB, BEVERLY M. SCHULTZ, HARVEY E. SEFFROOD, WESLEY E. SINKULE, THOMAS S. VALLEY, CAROL C. WESTEMEIER, RONALD L. Senior Activities ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Akiona, Verna P. Molokai, Hawaii liLRurul, VVRA Anderson Rollin Platlcvillc Askov, Laurel L. Madison El-Rurul, SCA, WRA, Band, RLO, SCB Bidlingmaier, Jean M. Mom'oc El-Rurul Bockmeyer, Joan Darlington Athcnucum, lZl-Rurul, Chorus Burgy, Dianne Monroe El-Rural, Expincnl. Orchcsis, Kari- :llclhus Byrns, Ellen Lodi Chambers, Barbara D. South Wayne El-Rural, XVRA, Buml, Chorus, En- semble, Pioneer Pmmcmulcrs, Glee Club Chitwood, Rose H. Blue River Cole, Gloria Challoncr Brodhcad El-Rural, Chorus, Kalriutclhcs Coole, James L. Albany Band. YGOP, Pep Band Dean, Susanne M. Madison El-Rural Downer, Jack West Allis Flores, Alice M. Molokai, Hawaii El-Rural, VVRA, Orchcxis, Pioneer Prmncnadcrs Cilbcrtson, Sandra J. Darlington Athcnaeum, El-Rural, SAPS, Chorus, YGOP, SCB Could, Dorothy G. Iancsvillc El-Rural, Glee Club Graves, Elsie M. Spring Green El-Rural, VVRA Green, Janet F. Pccutonica, Ill. El-Rural, VVRA, Orclwsis I-chrich, Donna E. Chelton Hcffernan, Judy A. XVhitcwatcr El-Rural, Exponent. Pioneer Players, SAPS, Chorus, Karialcthcs Hill, Hazel Chctck ELRural, SCA, RIAO Hunt, Judith F. Mineral Point ELRural, Band, Karizuclht's Imhoff, Lois M. Darlington Juhnke, Raynotta G. Malloon Kcrkenbush, Richard J. Portage El-Ruml, Exponent, LSP, Young Dem., SGB 180 Kivs, Daniel A. Pluncvillc El-Rural, 1AA, Lollcnucn Kojima, Janet Y. Aica, Hawaii El-Rural, Pioneer Kuykendall, Richard C. Fennimore chins, Joanne Galena, Ill. ELRural, SAPS, Chorus. Kul'inlclhcs Lewis, Barbara P. Mineral Point ElvRural, Pioneer Players Lewis, Connie M. Duhuquc, Ia. El-Rural, SCA, XVRA Lvyson, Barbara A. Columbus Linden, Carol A. Plaltcvillc El-Rural. Band Lovaas, Jane Beloit El-Rural Marsh, Colleen Seymour El-Rural, WRA Matthews, Joyce A. Lancaster Mc Carthy, Eileen M. Highland ELRural, VVRA, Pioneer Prmncnudcrs Mr Fall, Marjorie L. Hayward El-Rural Moe, Joan M. Pluttevillc El-Rural Monroe, Beverly C. Benton El-Rural, XVRA Montgomery, Sandra S. Plattcvillc Moore, Patricia J. Richland Center Mouw, Margaret D. Monroe Murphy, Constance Godcrski Milwaukee El-Rural, Pioneer. Pioneer Players, Art Club, Orchcsis Olson, Mary C. Plattevillc Alhcnaeum, El-Rural, Exponent, Pio- neer Players, Chorus Pace, Neva Clinton Eleuml, VVRA, Pioneer Promenadcrs, Glee Club, Kariatcthcs, SUB Perkins, Joan Dahler Dodgcvillc Athcnacum, El-Rural, Pioneer Play- crs, Chorus. Orchcsis, Pioneer Prom- enudcrs, SCB, SUB Ruppert, Mary L. Dodgcvillc Athcnaeum, ELRural, Pioneer Play- ers, Chorus Sucker, Jean E. Monroe Athcnacum, El-Rural, Orchcsis Schmieder, Mary J. Rcwcy Shepard, Norma J. Plattcville El-Rural, WRA Smith, Gail J. Boscobcl Smith, Marylin M. Darlington Slitzer, Bonnie G. Boscohcl EI-Rural, Chorus, Glee Club, YGOP Tcssman, Jo Ann C. Jefferson Athenaeum, ELRm'al, VRA, Chorus, Art Club, Orchcsis Thompson, Joyce Hanover, Ill. Vcith, Mary A. Sun Prairie El-Rural, XVRA $Vhitaker, Betty R. Plattcvillc XVRA Vickland, Carol A. Lena, Ill. El-Rural, VVRA Villiams, Patricia A. Lancaster El-Rural, SCA, Band, Kariatclhcs Vinkers, La Von E. Montfort ELRural, VVRA, Band W7iswall, Sharon M. Mhmzeka El-Rural, Band V0silait, Viola Racine El-Rural, SAPS, XVRA, Band, Orchcsis Granger, Donald A. Yuba Kruschke, Mary K. Plattevillc Kustka, D. Lucinda Lancaster El-Rural Vhite, Joyce E. Rccdsburg SECONDARY EDUCATION Bait, Ruth M. Rochester, N.Y. Bartelt, Eugene F. West Bend Bartelson, Stella Nestora Macedonia. Grcccc Sec. Ed., IRC, Karimcthcs, RLO Batchelor, James A. Boscobel Pioneer Players, Scc. Ed. Baxter, Gary L. Dodgevillc Scc. Ed. Beach, Wilbur C. Monroe Sec. Ed. Beck, Helene M. Spring Green Sec. Ed., WRA Benincosa, Virginia A. Galena, 111. Sec. Ed., Band, Chorus Benson, Norland 0. Boscobel Exponent, Pionccr Players, Soc. Ed.. Chorus, Glcemen, Orchcsis Brinkmcier, Wayne E. Shannon, Ill. LSP, Sec. Ed. Carroll, Richard M. Lancaster 800. Ed. Chase, Jeanne L. Bloomington Clark, Donna D. Plattcville Pioneer Players, Sec. Ed. Colletti, George Jr. Madison Collins, Richard K. Gratiot Conger, Harriet A. Darlington Cuchna, Sandra M. Patch Grove Pioneer Players Davis, Thomas R. Ridgcway Lettermcn, LSP, SAPS. Scc. FAL. YGOP, SGB Davisson, Sheri A. Mineral Point Athenacum, Pioneer Playcrs, VVRA, Cheerleader Dempsey, Bruce C. Fcnnimore Dempsey, Jean Gates Livingston SAPS, Sec. Ed., VVRA, Chorus, Young Dem. DiCristina, Frank Madison Sec. Ed. Donahue, John V. Jancsvillc Exponent, FFA, Scc. Ed. Doyle, Peter R. Portage Lcttcrmcn, LSP Durrant, Barbara A. Plattevillc Band, Chorus, Ensemble, Orchcsis, Glee Club Eckelberg, Jeanette C. Montfort VVRA, Orchcsis Edwards, Sandra A. Vcst Allis SCC. Ed., VVRA, xhtcipitcrs, Glee Club, YGOP Erickson, Edmund K. Argyle LSP, Sec. Ed. Falkcnburg, Lenora Lena, 111. Pioneer Players, Scc. Ed., XVRA, Chorus, Glccmcn, IRC, Kariatcthcs chcr, Robert 1. Monroe Lettermen, Chorus. Ulccmcn Gladem, Kendall B. Mount Horcb Haberli, James J. Sturgeon Bay Sec. Ed., Accipitcrs Hardie, Marcia Highland Exponent, Chorus, Karimelhes Hartlip, Carolyn A. Platteville Athenaeum, Exponent, Pioneer Play- ers, Sec. Ed., YGOP Hasburgh, Sally P. Highland Exponent, Sec. Ed., Kariatclhcs Hill, John P. Plattevillc Johnson, Kenneth L. Blanchardvillc Lcttcrmcn, Philadelphians, Sec. Ed. Johnson, Philip H. Argyle Jordan, Michael J. Spring Green Karls, Lisctte K. Potosi Alhcnacum, Pioneer Players Knrrmann, Marc E. Platlcvillc Arts Scicncc, Scc. Ed., Band, Gloc- men Kelly, Kathleen A. Lancaster Arts Sc Science, Allwnucum. Pioneer, Pioneer Players. SCt. Ed., XMRA Kolar, Rebecca J. Fennimorc Band Kooiman, Gene C. Lone Rock Pioneer Players Lcinweber, Byron D. Oshkosh Sec. Ed. MC Ginnity, Paul C. Dodgm'illc LSP Marshall, Homer W. La Farge Martin, Richards H. Mineral Point Pioneer Players, SAPS. Young Dem. Mergen, David E. Platteville Meyer, Ronald L. Boyd YGOP Moe, Rogvr K. Plattcvillc Moen, Mary A. XVarrcn, Ill. Moore, Patrick J. Mineral Point. Morrow, Robert F. Mcrrimac Sec. Ed, IRC Mullikin, Shelby J. VVauzcka Chorus Murphy, Matthew J. Cuba City Arts k Science, Pioneer Players, SAPS, Sec. FAL, Young Dem. Perry, Marvin K. Rccdsburg Chorus, Glccmcn Porter, Hugh C. Madison Pioneer Players Reichmann, Edwin J. XVauzcka Pioneer Players. Scc. Ed. Reinke, July A. Benton Scc. Ed., WRA, Band Riechers, Paul Belmont Arts 84 Science, Phy. Science Club Rueckert, Philip L. Milwaukee Runde, Paul J. E. Dubuquc, Ill. Rux, Edward C. Lancaster Schmid, Mary A. Plain VVRA Schroeder, Robert L. Plaltcvillc Scullion, Carole C. Highland Schustcr, Robert J. Lancaster Arts k Science Stampfli, Robert R. Madison 80c. Ed.. Scrollcrs, Chorus. Glccmcn, IRC Stauffacher, Paul T. Darlington Stephens, Gretchen C. Plattcvillc Studc, Marcia L. Mineral Point Sec. Ed., VVRA, Band, Chorus, En- semble, Orchcsis, Pioneer Pmmcnzul- crs, Glee Club Suda, George E. Portage Arts Sc Science, Sec. Ed, Surrcm, John A. Richlaml Ccnlcr Sec. Ed. Swearingcn, Lowell L. Galena. Ill. Tollroth, Harvey Elkhorn Band Thomas, Gordon D. Berlin Sec. Ed., SUB Thompson, Ronald D. Mount Horch Philadelphians, Sec. Ed.. Band. Chorus, Glccmcn Tregoning, Donald 0. Shullshurg Trumbel, David G. Darlington Valz, Gari F. Bloomington Arts 8c Science, Lcttm'mcn, Sec. Ed. $Vittlief, Kenneth L. Fort Atkinson Arts 8: Science, Sec. FAL, Glccmcn Wrosoba, James L. Miles, 121. Pioneer Players Zcman, Marvin J. Bamboo Arts k Science. Pioneer Playcrs, SK'I'. Ed., Scrollcrs, Young Dcm. AGRICULTURE Askc, Jerry D. Plainficld FFA, Pioneer Players, Ol'chcsis. YGOP Aucl, Joe Lancaslcr FFA Aycr, Keith C. Burlington FFA Austin, Richard M. Livingston FFA Black, Paul H. Poynctlc FFA, RLO, Chorus, Glccmon, IRC Broitlow, Albert E. Algomzl Exponent, FFA, LCllcrmcn, IASP Carlow, Willard D. Prairie du Sac Exponent, FFA 181 Christiansen, Gerald R. Montfort FFA, Sec. Ed. Day, Robert G. Rcwcy FFA Dohl, Raymond Ocontn FFA, Philmlulphiuns. YGOI' Disch, Wayne E. Evansville FFA, LSP, Chorus, Glccmcn Ehcl, James E. Marion FFA, Plliladclplliunx Ertz, Eugene H. Bloominglon Exponent, FFA Everson, Keith P. Boscobcl Farrington, Wlaync F. Etlgcrton FFA, Lcttcmu-n Fcldt, Harlan D. Juda FFA. YGOP Fogo, William R. Richlaml Ccnlcr FFA, SCA Friskc, Mahlcn C. Kendall FFA, Lcttcrmcn, Philmlclphiuns, SAPS, Accipitcrs Froehlich, Robert B. Milwaukee Cavol, John T. Prairie du Sac FFA George, Robert E. Soldiers Grove Gluch, Ronald A. Granton FFA. Glccmcn Green, Charles M. Cazcnovia FFA, IASP Hammes, Mark J. XVilton FFA Holbrook, Donald Glcnbculah FFA. Veteran's Howdlc, David A. Montforl FFA, Philadelphiuns Howe, Lawrence A. Darlington FFA, Young Dcmu Vctcrank Ivcy, Ronald G. Galena, Ill. FFA Kolar, Kenneth J. Muscoda FFA, Band, Pep Band Konkcl, Robert B. Columbus Krug, Larry L. Rockford, Ill. Exponent, FFA, Pioneer, YGOP Lee, Roger J. Chili FFA l,idtkc, James F. Fox Lake FFA, Chorus. Glccmcn McCarthy, Harold Highland FFA 182 McCoy, Wayne G. Hillsboro FFA Martin, Ralph Mukwonago FFA, Philadelphians, SAPS Martin, Wayne Cambridge Exponent, FFA, Lcllcnncn, LSP Masters, A. James Stockton, 111. Montgomery, R. Bruce Plallcvillc FFA Norton, Roger J. Plaltcvillc Ohlert, Fay L. Plattevillc FFA, Exponent Olcson, James Dodgcvillc Exponent, FFA Olig, David J. Kicl Exponent, FFA. Philadelphians Olson, Francis M. Highland FFA. Pioneer, RIAO, Chorus, Camera Club Panzer, Daniel chaskum FFA Parkinson, Arnold L. Mineral Point Exponent, FFA Peterson, Gerald A. Muscoda FFA, Pioneer, Camera Club Rcbholz, Roger H. Columbus FFA Richolson, Ronald C. Prairie du Sac Exponent, FFA, Pioneer Rodermcl, Donald M. Shannon, Ill. Exponent, Pioneer Players, Sec. Ed. Rogers, James R. Union Ccnlcr FFA Rogers, James P. Hillsboro FFA, LSP, Young Dem. Schcrbert, Arthur F. Portage FFA Snyder, George T. Clinton FFA. Pioneer, SAPS Spitzbarth, Charles Fcnnimorc Stauber, Charles R. Sheboygan FFA, Vchranys Strohacker, Larry G. Frccport, Ill. FFA, LSP, Sec. Ed. Swenson, Dean A. Arena FFA Swiekalowski, Donald A. Pulaski FFA, Lctlcrlncn, LSP Taylor, Gene L. Lancaster Thompson, Glenn S. Edgcrton FFA Tonkinson, David B. Yarmouth, Ia. FFA, SCA Wagner, Harvey Grand Marsh FFA, Philatlclphians Walsh, Francis W. Mineral Point FFA, Philadelphians Warmke, Marvin J. Fall River FFA. LSP Vildes, Carl C. Kendall FFA, Philadelphians, Strollers Wilson, Lowell L. Cuba City FFA Smart, Joseph E. Plattcville INDUSTRIAL ARTS Aldcrden, Robert F. Randolph IAA Barton, Richard Plattcvillc Blackmer, Gary W. Milwaukee IAA Blumer, Ralph E. Bcllcville IAA, Camera Club Bryan, Eldean J. Stockton, Ill. Butler, Jack H. Berlin IAA, Lettcrmcn Camp, William L. Plattcville Dare, Arthur D. New Diggings IAA, Sec. Ed. Ericson, Robert V. Plattcvillc IAA Focrst, John R. Madison Fuller, Elmer T. Plattcvillc Gibbons, Thomas H. Bamboo IAA, Glccmcn Hallingstad, Paul D. Baglcy Hillary, Richard C. Platlcvillc Hocrnkc, Herbert B. Shawano IAA, YGOP Lamb, David D. Plattcvillc Keepers, James L. Madison 1AA Koller, David L. Spring Green IAA, Lettermcn, LSP, SAPS Lcc, Clarence 0. Scales Mound, Ill. IAA, Philadelphians, YGOP Marsh, Gerald L. Seymour IAA, Lctlcrmcn, Philadelphians Morritt, Stanley W. Darlington IAA Munger, Ralph A. Gratiot IAA Peck, Robert L. Lancaster Radtke, Gale C. XVaupun IAA chka, Thomas E. Bamboo Robbins, Garald G. Plattcville IAA. Pionccr Pluycrs. SCA, Chorus Simpson, Wayne A. Madison IAA Stauber, Richard T. Portage IAA Tindell, James Jr. Plattcville IAA Torstenson, Stanley A. Darlington IAA. Glccmcn Zcmicke, Douglas M. Plattcville IAA, Lctermcn Bohse, Merritt J. Marinettc TECHNOLOGY-CIVIL ENGIN EERING Bclscamper, Bruce W. Lancaster Bilder, Herbert R. Plainficld Bilcs, John F. Pepin Butzine, Harley G. Watcrtown Davies, William B. Rewey Graham, Gary A. Stitzcr ASCE Hcdrich, William H. Chilton Janousek, Lawrence A. Hillsbnro Johnston, John E. Bucklcy, Ill. Jones, John F. Cuba City Klein, Robert L. Adams Kline, Robert G. Duhuquc, Izl. ASCE Koch, Henry P. Oshkosh Kohn, Lewis E. XVCslboro Kratcha, Donald J. Madison ASCE Lieu, Il Kap Seoul, Korea Mallick, Amin U. Karachi, DaKista'n Nelson, Phillip J. Montfort ASCE Ottensmann, James D. Sheboygan Paisley, Alex E. Hanover, Ill. ASCE Pauser, Donald E. Park Falls Peterson, Thomas L. Appleton Ramsctt, Lorrcn O. Viroqua Richard, James P. Kicler ASCE Rowe, James M. Dzlrlington Scheidegger, Jack E. Ridgeway Schroeder, Lcc F. Bangor ASCE, Ilcttcrnlcn Severson, Marvin C. Eau Claire Smick, Robert E. Oshkosh AIME, ASCE Solsrud, Ronald D. Milwaukee Weber, Richard E. Viroqua CEODE, ASCE CIVIL ENGINEERING Fry, licuford G. Fennimorc Sandmirc, Joseph E. Viola Swanson, George H. Superior MINING ENGINEER INC Bicscr, Dennis W. Milwaukee Rrackman, William B. Plattcvillc Chartraw, Harold Crandon AIME, Student Council Cherrier, Thomas E. Lancaster AIME Decker, Richard L. Port W'asllington AIME Farris, Dave R. Fcnnimorc Fruhauff, Raymond H. Galena, Ill. Haas, Charles J. Plattcvillc AIME Hardie, Robert C. Tzlvlur AIME. Lcltcrmcn Hashmi, Hasin A. Karachi, Pakistan AIME, IRC Hinkins, Maurice L. Belmont AIME Hubler, Gerhard M. Hazel Green Huffman, Jerry W. Lancaster Lcltcrmcn, AIME. SCB Kuchenbecker, Ronald L. Fcnnimore AIME Meadows, Michael A. Richland Center Minch, William R. Oregon Lettermcn, AIME Murphy, John T. Gays Mills Nulph, Dennis E. Beaver Dam Ochs, Edward Pcshtigo AIME, YGOP, SCB Phalen, Patrick J. Plattcvillc Porter, Darrell D. thlimore Band, Pep Band, AIME Sandstrom, Ronald A. Plattcvillc Schindel, Berwin G. Bcavcr Dam Schocnhard, Carl B. Galena, Ill. Smith, Myles R. Chippewa Falls Tcnut, Carl E. Phillips AIME Vcir, Roger A. Plattcville AIME Williams, John F. Plattcvillc Lettermcn, LSP, AIME Wilson, Arthur J. Darlington JVitz, Charles H. Lakeland, Fla. JVunderlin, Mark C. Plattcvillc AIME ARTS 8c SCIENCE Asp, William F. Hartford Arts 2Q Science, Philzulclphizms Austin, Robert E. Madison Baker, Larry B. Plattcville Chai, Myong H. Seoul, Korea Copeland, Donna J. Benton Arts Xe Scicncc Graves, Richard R. XVaunakec Accipitcrs Gundry, Jon M. Warren. Ill. Arts Sc Science Karls, Dean E. Milwaukee King, Roger J. Mukwonagu FFA Lindsay, Lula M. Cuba City Massis, Adel N. Jerusalem, Jordan Rindlaub, Beverly M. Platteville Arts Xe Science, Pionccr Plzlyurs, MIRA, Chorus, Glee Club Schlough, Jury Mazomanie Schultz, Harvey E. XVisconsin Dells FFA Seffrood, Wesley E. South Wayne FFA Sinkule, Thomas S. Hillsboro Arts 8: Science, FFA, RLO Valley, Carol C. Cassvillc Arts JV Science, Band, Chorus, SUB, Math 3X- Physical Science Club VVt-stemcicr, Ronald L. Galena, Ill. Accipilcrs W icst, Richard T. Lancaster F riends 0f the Plattevillc : A V , k, Plutlcvillc journal "n: A if P Grocery Gipp'x Smarl Appanrl ,A Culmuny Lumber Company A n I II onyx Depart m c 71 l Slow Dr. M. L. Alt'Cmnlmr, M.D. Grunt Cmmly Clt'unm'x Trcnlz's Texan; Slulimz Sports Center Kauffmanis Clothing Plultcvillc Telephone Company We lived here. This was iiour town" for awhile. H417. : l' St L m I! we 1y 0m We clamored in, but left softlyeappreciably. Taylofs Cafe . . . Our town gave us much in friendship and accept- ancwa pride in our school. We took with us a com- Dr. C. L. Sleirlingm', M-D- munity and its people, a memory which holds a place Nobby Shoppe in the ethos of our college. We knew that even a iissuitcase" could not leave and be empty. Rudy; Standard Station Virtue Studio Rev. B. A. Bargs'chalz Arr'ude Bowling liolliv Mons Wear H mm HFX C 1m: n my Dr. Clifford M. I'Villc, chimprm'lor Uffclmaniv l'imlcmlml Slant lx'rr'lfx lermary qulllmr'x Dairy, Illt'. Afr. Robert C. Blowh, Allonquy Itlalt'l Trury Sum, A1. Caircy le'x Cafe Kimmy Motorx-al'bnl Lunsbmgx Slate Bank Scotti: Torque Service Radio Station IVSVVVV xll'x Barber Shop The Rev. Paul If. Tmcumcr Hindermmfs Truck Stop 184 College River Trails Transit Lines, Dubuquc, Ia. Com-Cola Bullling Company, Dubuquc, 121. The Dugout, Dickeyvillc Mr. L. N. Greiber, Herff-joncs, Madison, Wis. Widen Engraving Company, Madison, Wis. Elmo Club, Cuba City 1 V'1r1'lc1 and Slmng and Asmrialcs, Madison, Wis. Arirmfl Prcxx, Waterloo, Wis. Eagle GaragcwChcvmlet Scott lmplmncnl Company Skyline Motel Burgk Clothing Slum Eastman Curlwrighl Lumllm Company Mound City Bank Dr. H. O. Ducringsjcld, ALU. Carlinis' Drugs Don cb Mary'x Cafe Dr. .I. A. Pclcrmn, ALD. Nash jewclmzr Grant County Al 0101'5 13111'1 11 Dr. D. Ewemon, ALD. Fi HI Nat i 071 Hi 13 a n k Wiarmmin Power and Light Company Plallcvillc Floral Shop Karrmann dy Cole, Attorneys- Avalon Theater Rev. William Gasl Mound View Halal Mr. Ralph Ii. Ballictte, Mayor Hm'tlilfs Barber Shop 185 FACULTY INDEX Ullsvik, Dr. Biarne R. ............................................ 7, 20 Allen, Velma .............................................................. 30 Backus, Kafhleen ........................................................ 30 Barnes, Mary ............................................................. 30 Barth, John ................................................ 34, 99, 155 Beals, Harold ............................................................ 35 Boebel, Leo ........................................................ 40, 155 Bonin, Kathleen ........................................................ 39 Broughton, W. A. .................................................... 38 Buchanan, Philip ........................................ 37, 92, 116 Bullis, George .......................................................... 39 Buttery, W. A. .......................................................... 42 Cash, Herbert ............................................................ 4O Chapman, KaTharine .................................................. 36 Cooke, Arthur ............................................................ 40 Daniel, Edythe .......................................................... 33 Dennis, Wm. J. .......................................................... 32 DeNure, Charles ........................................................ 35 Dixon, Dale ........................................................ 34, 90 Doering, R. R. .................................................... 36, 118 Faherfy, Keith ............................................................ 41 Fatzinger, Dale .............................. 40 Fisher, Mary .............................................................. 33 Flefcher, Barbara ...................................... 32, 107, 113 Fletcher, Dorothy ...................................................... 33 Fletcher, Harry .................................................... 31, 72 Francois, Emily .......................................................... 36 Gallagher, Neil ........................................................ 33 Gamble, Richard ................................................ 40, 75 Garside, Leonard J. .................................................. 36 Gauger, Paul ............................................................ 37 Gober, Ruth .............................................................. 3'3 Goder, Harold .......................................................... 40 Goder, Miriam .......................................................... 32 Gronbeck, Marius .................................................... 41 Gundy, Glen V. ........................................................ 38 Hannan, Walter ........................................................ 41 Hansen, C. Helene .................................... 34, 101, 155 Hansen, Harold ........................................................ 37 Hansen, Robert ......................................................... 38 Hardies, E. W. .......................................................... 33 Harker, Robert .......................................................... 38 Harrell, E. G. ............................................................ 39 Harris, Bernard .................................................... 22, 86 Harfshorn, R. A. ........................................................ 41 Henderson, Harry ...................................................... 35 Hendrickson, T. C. ........................................ 32, 79, 89 Hill, Russell ................................................................ 36 Hugunin, Mariorie .................................................... 36 Hutcheson, Harold ............................................ 25, 155 Jacka, W. S. ........................................................ 35, 87 Jared, Alva .............................................................. 42 Jensen, Arthur .......................................................... 35 Johnson, Clifford .............................................. 42, 121 Jones, Rosamond ...................................................... 23 King, Earl E. .............................................................. 38 1'86 Kissner, William ........................................................ 41 Knight, Charlotte ...................................................... 30 Knox, William B. ...................................................... 37 Lei'rl, James ................................................................ 41 Leitl, Lester J. .................................................... 34, 153 Lewis, Mary ...................................................... 34, 155 Linderman, Hazel ...................................................... 33 Longhorn, Milton ...................................................... 25 Loy, W. R. .................................................................. 38 Lundeen, Thomas ...................................................... 4O Mallow, Marlys ........................................................ 31 Manzer, E. W. ..................................................... 42, 114 Martin, Ella M. .......................................................... 4O Melcher, Milton A. ............................................... 7, 24 Meyer, Raymond ...................................................... 36 Miller, Blanche .......................................................... 40 Montgomery, Ira ...................................................... 35 Nassif, Anna R. ........................................................ 33 Neal, Elisa ................................................................ 33 Nelson, Owen .......................................................... 33 Nelson, Willis ............................................................ 32 Nikolai, Wm. L. .......................................................... 39 Nylin, V. E. ........................................................ 35, 82 Olson, Howard .......................................................... 42 Or'rh, John ................................................................ 41 Offensman, C. W. .................................................... 41 Otfman, Constance ............................................ 33, 73 Pagenkopf, Victor ...................................................... 33 Palmer, Harris ............................................................ 39 Pederson, H. A. ........................................................ 42 Peff, G. H. ................................................................ 41 Pienkowski, Robert .................................................... 41 Pross, Frank .............................................................. 36 Robertson, Grace ...................................................... 34 Rosenthal, R. W. ........................................................ 34 Shaver, Roy .............................................................. 38 Smith, Roy ........................ , ....................................... 38 Spradling, J. C. .................................................... 39, 91 Stokes, Frank ............................................................ 36 Storzer, Georgia ................................................ 34, 155 Sfuessy, Susan .......................................................... 37 Thompson, Vern ........................................................ 32 Tietze, Wm. B. .................................................. 32, 107 Trine, F. Dawson ..................................................... 39 Velzy, Robert ............................................................ 31 Vertein, L. Dale .................................................... 37, 78 Vinyard, Dale ............................................................ 40 Wagner, Russel O. .................................................... 41 Weber, Donald .................................................... 9....39 Weidler, Laverne ....................................................... 39 Wilder, Bernard .................................................. 42, 96 Wilkerson, H. C. ........................................................ 37 Winsor, Charles ................................ 34, 146, 147, 155 Woods, R. Keith ........................................................ 37 Wooldridge, John H. ................................................ 39 Zellmer, Luther A. .............................................. 40, 93 Abing, Monica C. .. Acker, Teresa G. 0,73,102,133 -m53,loo,122 Adams, Rosemary J. . ....... 50 Aebersold, Walter F. 53, 139 Aiken, Duane ...................... 47 Ajaj, Espet T. .................................................................... - 92 Akiona, Verna P. ..,100 101, 122, 135,153,161 Albrighl, Donald. Alderden, Robert F. Alwan, Abdul H. Amberg, Daryll L. Amin, Habib 1 ......... Amrozewicz, Jeffrey C. Amundsen, Judith M Anderson, Gerald E. . Anderson, Kenneth C Anderson, Rollin L. Anderson, Wi11iam C Annear, Elizabeth L. Arlen 126 Ameson, Kenneth L. Aske, Jerry ......................... Askov, Laurie L. Asp, William Auel, Joe N. . Austin, Richard M. Ayer, Donald Ayer, Gordon Ayer, Keith Baetz, Robert F. Baker, Larry B. . Bakken, William . Bakken, Milt .............. Barsness, Virginia A. Bartelson, Stella Barelt, Eugene F. Bariholf, James E. Bartling ............. Banon, Richard . Batchelor, James A. Baumeister, Robert A. Baumgarr, Geraldine Baxter, Jeff D. Beach Beach, Wilbur C. Beaver Beck, Helene M. Belongia, James G. Belscamper, Bruce W. Bender, Ronald B. Bendorf, Lowell M. Benincosa, Virginia A. Benson, Norland O. Bentz, Delores C Bentz, Floyd D. Bergin, Patrick F Berlling, John Bethke, uriel I Bibow, awrence C. .. Biddick, Kathleen M. Bidlingmaier, Jean M. Bierman, Kay A. Bieser, Dennis W. Bigger, Louise M. Bins, Frank C. Black, Paul H1 Blackmer, Gary Blumer, Ralph E. Blumcr, Sharon K. Babb, Joan G. Becker, P. ...... Bockmeyer, Joan V. 1. .99,144,-148 ......... so, 120 -73,92,l35,166 STUDENT INDEX Boeck, Gordon P. Boetmer, Gary A. Bollam, Robert J. Bollerud, Kenneth .47 97, 120, 126 Bongiomo, Joann Bosban, Tom . Bossenbroek, Henry Boulanger, Stuart Bowers, Barbara .. Bradley, James Braithwaite, Carol . Brandt, Larry ............ Braun, Don Bray, Helen Bredeson, Alice Breiilow, Albert Breuer, Shirley .. Brewer, Judith Briggs, William Brinkmaeier, Wayne Brown, Delon ........ 50 Brudos, Carol Bryan, Eldem Bulin, Elgin Bump, Robert 47 Burgy, Dianne , 161 Burnard, Daniel , 112 Burreson, Rochelle . 121 Burrow, Daryl ........ .. 76 Butler, Jack ..... ..174 Butson, Darlene 3, 113 Butson, Melvin .. .190, 125 Byrns, Ellen ........161 C Cairns, Kay M. 124 Camp, William L. 173 Carden, Bonnie J. 133 Carlow, Willard D. Carlson, Marvin .. Cams, Richard T. 50, 80 Carswell,Mari1yn J Casey, Byron P. .. Casileberry, Kenne111 1-1 Chady, James D. Chai, Myong H. .. Chambers, Barbara D. Chandler, Donna J. Chapman, Neta J. Chartraw, Harold C. Chase Chase, Shelby J. .............................................. - Cherrier, Thomas E. .. Christensen, Donald R 50, 112, Christiansen, Ernest J. ...53, 83, 121 Christiansen, Gerald R. Christiansen, Harold J. Christiansen, Roger C. Christiansen, Tom 15. Christianson, Dean S. Christianson, Paul J. Church, Robert W. Clancy, Charles T. Clark, Diane ........ Cleary, Bernadette Coburn, Nancy J. Cody, William J. . .122 Colbert, Donald L. ..99, 153 Cole, Gloria J. ......... Cole, Jiles N. 126 129 Colleni, George Condon, John J. .. Conger, Harriet A. Conley, Gerald ....... Connor, Kathleen A Cook, James C. .. ..53, 122 .93, 94, 102, 124, 133, 165 .50, 72, 83, 94 ....,47 113 97 Cook, Karen Cook, Robert L. Coole, James L. Copeland, Donna J. Coulthard, Nancy J. Cousins Coyle, Judith A. Cresson, Noxma S. Cropp, Robext A. Crouse, Patricia A Cuchna, Sandra M. . Cummings, William J. Curry, Connie K. Cushman, Elizabeth L. Cushman, Jacqueline K. Cushman, Jerome J. Daentl, Donavan A. ................................. . 79 Daeml, Ronald L. Dalton, Hugh .1. Dare, Arthur D. Davis, David 1". Davis, Ronald G. Davis, Thomas R. Davisson, Sheri A. Day, Robert G. Dean, Susanne M. DeBuhr, Richard L. . Decker, Richard L. Dedie, Paul G. .. Deinhammer, William J. . Dempsey, Bruce C. . ...... DeMuth, James L. DeNure, Gary L. . Denzien, Dennis L DesRocher, Cyril D. Devlin, David M. DeChristina, Frank Diehl, Joyce C. Dillon, Thomas J Disch, Wayne E. Dischler, Marlene T. Dobson, James W. Dobson, Thomas F Doering, Elaine M Doering, Karen A. Doeringsfeld, Richard N. Doeringsfeld, Robert N. Dohl, Raymond ................. D011, Mary Sue ......... 123 Donahue, John V. ..... 165 Doran, Judith A. 123 Doyle, Ann M. ...... 122 Doyle, Peter R. Draves, William H. Dresser, Joseph ........ Duienhorst, Dennis P Durram, Barbara A. Durrant, Joseph D. . Dvorak, Thomas L. E Eastlick, Betty . .............100 Ebel, James E. 5, 121, 169 Eberhardt, Mary M ..53, 74, 75, 130 Eckelberg, Jeanette C. Eckerman, Keith 1". .. Eckerman, Roger J Edge, Isabel M. . Edge, Orlyn P. .. Edwards, Sandra A. Egstad, Lorena R. .. 3, 66, 67, 68, 73, I32 Ehrke, Carroll D. -.-,47 139 165 ...134 144 124 Einerson, Gary W. Eisele, Elaine A. Ekdahl, Andrea H. Eklund, Leland R. Elmer, Jenny L. Elson, William I. Enge, DeLorman H. Ensch, Donna L. . Erb, Janet M. Erickson, Bruce R. .. Erickson, Edmund H. Erickson, James G. . Erickson, Lynne A. Erickson, Robert L. Ericson, Robert V. Ertel, Carley L. Ertz, Eugene H. Everson, Keith P. Everson, J. Evert, Doris A. Ewers, Arlen B. Ewers, Patricia J. . Ewing, Stanley E. Byers, Neil S. ...,.. Paherly, Michael J. 89 Fahmey, Donald L. Faivre, Bonnie L. ......... Falkenburg Lenora M. Farrington, Wayne F. Feddersen, Lawrence A Fail, Herbert E. ......... ........ 49 Felder, Maxilynn M. Feldt, Harlan D. ..... - Fenski 1 ........................... Ferrin, Patricia A. Petting, Robert B. Finney, Nancy L. Fischer, Roger B. Fisher, Mary G. Fitzsimmons, Janet C. Fitzsimons, Sue ............ Flanagan, Patrick M. Flores, Alice M. ........ Flottmeyer, Joseph L. Flynn, Thomas J. Foerst, John R. Pogo, William R. Foley, John A. Foley, Robert M. Forseth, John L. .. Formey, Duwayne D. Fox, Julie ............ Franzen, Fred L. Frederick, Glenn A. Fremont, James R. Friedli, Harry E. Friske, Mahlen C. Fritz, Janice R. Froehlich, Robert B. Fronk, Donald R. Fruhaufi, Raymond H. Fry, Jane A. Fuller, Elmer T. 50,107,113: 0,107,112,113,135 .76, 83, 99, 169 ...120 169 Garbisch, Milton E. Garside, Klella M Garske .. 48 Cast, Gerald G. 75 Gavel, John T. ...169 Gempler, Margaret A 133 Gemhe, Allen B. 48 188 S T lJ ID E Di T I D! ID E 91 Gentz, Merlin G. George, Harris F. . George, Robert E Getschman, Rex A Geyer, Robert I. Gibbon, Barbara A. Gibbons, Thomas H. Gierhart, Cynthia J. Gilbertson, Calvan G. Gilberlson, John P. Gilbertson, Sandra J. Gile, Howard L. . Gill, Richard E. Gille, Jerilyn R, Gladem, Kendall B. Glendenning, Richard F Glennon, Cletus W. Glick, Carol M. Cluck, Ronald A. Goltry, Thomas S. Goodmiller, Lois A. Goodrich, Nancy Gordon, Gary H Gorman, Bernard Gorsuch, Mina ........ Gould, Dorothy G. Govier, Joanne M. Graham, Gary A. Graham, Judith K. Graves, Elsia M. Graves, Marcia L. Graves, Richaxd R. Green, Charles M. .. Green, Janet F. Greene, Ronnie D. Gregory, Charlotte A. Grindey, Gerald B. Grunewald, Sharon Lea Guenther, Joseph J. Guenther, Karl W. . Gundry, Jon M. 3, 83, 87, 94, 112, 121 H Haas, Charles J. Haas, Edith M. . Habel, Carol J. . Haberli, James J. Hale, Patricia A. Hales, Albert L. Hallingstad, Paul D. .. Hamann, William H, Hamblin, Frank G. Hamielec, Jeffrey J. Hammer, Larry L. Hammes, Mark J. Hanko, Carol .11 Hannaford, Patricm A. Hanson, Judith A. Hapfe, Hailu ........ Hardie, Marcia A Hardie, Robert C. Hardin, Samuel E. Hardwick, Charles W. Harker, Jane A. Harms, Lana L Harness Harrell, Janet . Harrell, Katherine L. Hartlip, Carolyn A. Hariwig, Barbara J. . Harvat, Orville H. . Hasburgh, Sally P. Hashmi, Hasin A. Haslett, William O. .50 '19 Hauser, Roger E. Hay, James F. Hayes, Kay A. 1 "50,107,112,113;125 ....................... 74,122,166 m 83 .mmmmm52,73,117,122 Heberlein, John F. .. Hedrich, Donna M. Heifeman, Judy A. Heibel, Bernard K1 Heiney, Nancy L. Heisz, Clarence E. Helmenstein, Marion E. Henderson, Nancy A. Hendrickson, Linda E. Henning, Cynthia L. Hennings, James M. .1 Henquinet, William D Hetzel, Doris A. Hickman, Gerald R. M Higa, Larry S. Hill, Dixie L. .. Hill, Dorothy M. Hill, Hazel M. Hill, John P. .. Hillary, Richard C. Hillcoat, Darlene R. Hillman, Joan M. Hinkins, Maurice L. Hipenbecker, Erma F. Hoemke, Herbert B. . Hoeverman, Sally A. Hoffland, Janet P. Hoffman, Gary J. . Hoffman, Linda J. Hogan, Marilyn R. Holbrook, Donald M. Holland, Claire Holland, Leo L. Hollatz, Thomas . Hollis, Rowan D. ..... Holzhueter, Robert I. Holzwarth, Lloyd R. Honzel, John R. Horn, Richard A Horton, David L Horton, John D. Howdle, David A. Howe, Lawrence H. Howe, Ronald P. Howley, Donald E. Hubl, Tom B. . Huffman, Jerry W. .. Hughes, David E. Hughes, Rita A. Hugill, Roger B. . Hugunin, Marilyn Hunt, Judith P. ....m Huntley, Daniel D Hurtz, Quentin G. Hussein . Hussen, Hassan H, Hutchinson, Janet B. Hutchinson, Phillip Hulter, Donna M, Hying, Donna M. .. mmmmmms3,17o .50,75,88,102,125 2, 86, 88, 97, 102, 112 79, 1'10 Ingram, Terrence N Ivey, Ronald G. Jahnke, Reynona G. Janousek, Larry A. Jennings, Linda L. Jepson, Chris ......... Jessie, Jane A. . Jessie, Jean 1. Johnson, Allen R. a Johnson, Kenneth L. ............................. 75, 99, I44, 166 Johnson, Nancy ...... Johnson, Patrick G Johnson, Phillip H. Jones, David R. Jones, Jones F. .. Jordan, Julianne 0. Jordan, Michael ..... Jorenby, Gail M. Jorgenson, Bolyn K. Joyce, John M. .. Juday, Daniel D. Kacizak, Robert W. Kah1,Robe1-l C. Kalb, Pau1E. Kalscheur, Kennet11uA. Kamps, Beverly A Kamps, Janis M. Kanasha, Patricia Karls, Dean E. Karls, Lisetle .. Karrmann, Marc E. .. Karrmann, William P. Kaske, Karen ...... Keepers, James L. Kelly, Kathleen A. Kerkenbush, Richard J. Khodabandeloo, Irag ...... Kia, Mahmoud Kiarong .............. Kieffer, Madonna E. Kies, Carol A. ..... Kiss, Daniel Kilen, Thomas C Kilkelly, Janene H. King, Roger J. King, Stephen J. Kinney, Patrick K. Kinney, Ralph V. Kintz, John 1'". . Kirch, Carol L. Kirk, Eleanor M. Klar, Bonnie M. Klar, Joanne M. Klein, Pauline M. Klippel, Wilfred H. ..... Kloepping, David W. . Knappmiller, Gilbert W. ............... Knight, JoAnn Knobel, Philip B. Knop, Paul ........ Knox, David A. Kobayashi, Randolph Y. Koehnke, Ellsworth R. Koel, Harry J. ................. 2 Kojima, Janet Y. Kolar, Daniel J. Kolur, Gretchen E. . Kolar, Kenneth J. Holler, David L. Keller, Susan K. . Konop, Kenneth Kooiman, Gene C. .................................................................... 167 Kovos 49 Kowitz, Byron V. Kratcha, Donald J. Kriewald, James A Krohn, David .1. Krohn, Marcus E. Krohn, Sharon A Krug, Larry L. Krupke, John Kuchenbecker, Ronald L. Kuhl, John B. Kundert Kenneth R ...... 113,124,131 82,115,117,70 S T ll 11 E Di 1' I hi I! E 14 Laird, James C. Lamb, David J. Lambert, Sue A. Lamboley, Nannene R. Lamere, ............................. Lampe, John T. .. Larson, Larry D. Larson, Sharon A. Lau, Henry H. Laufenberg, Marjone Lee, Clarence 0. Lee, Joyce E. Lee, Richard F Lee, Roger .1. Lee, Lee, Lee, Lehner, Roger O. Leiiheit, Denis W. . Leinweber, Byron D. Levens, Grace A. Levins, Joanne M. Lewis, Barbara J. Lewis, Connie M. Lewke, Carla E. Leyson, Barbara A. Lhost, Glenn R. .. Lideke, James F. Lien, Richard H. Lien, Stanley H Lieu, 11 K. ......... Linden, Carol A. Linder, Gail E. .. Lindsay, Lula M. Linton, Nancy 1... Liska, James W. .. Lomax, Lawrence C. Longhorn, Carole A. 88, Louthian, Jerry L. 249,511,123 9, 113, 122, 133 -73, 122, 131, 162 113, 124, Louthian, Joan M. ........ 149, 123 Lovaas, Jane A. 49, 133, 163 Lucas, Tom H. '19, 99, 148 Madsen, Carl R. Mahoney, James E. Mahoney, Michael J. Mahmoud, .......... Mallick, Anin O. Malson, Richard J. Markham, David H. Mamdcha, Douglas L. 144, 153 Marsh, Colleen G. 100,162 Marsh, Gerald L. 136,144,173 Marshgll, Homer W. Martin; Mary E. Martin, Ralph A. Martin, Richards. Martin, Wayne E. 78, 83, 99, 136, 144, 153,170 Manyh Anna M. .................................................................. 49, 80 Massis; Addel N. ..... 692, 93 Mastefs, James A. WHO Matthews, Joyce A. May, Joe N. McCarthy, Ham McCaxthy, Eileen M. , McCaljville, Mary J. ......................... McCaqley, Eleanore J. McClajn, Bruce A. McClqskey, Eugene A. McConnell, Joanne M. McCormick, Philip 0. McCoy, Wayne G. .. McDonald, Rosemary . McDougal, Patricia .1. McDowald ................ McFall, Marjorie L. McFall, Ruth A. ...... McGinley, Lawrence G. McGinnis, Norman C. McGuire, James I. . McGuire, John F. . McGuire, Maureen L. McKinley, Karen A. McLain, Sandra J. . McVay, Royce V. Meade, Jerry A. Meads, Gene P. .. Meads, Phyllis A Meier, Thomas C. . Meier, John C. W Messer, Lynn E. . Messer, Margaret E .52 73, 80, 94, Meyer, Ronald L. 94, 124, Meyers, James A. Michael, Elliot F. Michel, Marjorie A. Midthun, Julianne M. Miller, Joan 1. ..... Miller, Kenneth D. Miller, Martha J. . Millman, Linda A. Minch, William R. Minene, Sandra .1. . Misky, Charles R. .. Mitchell, Robert J Moe, Roger H. Moen, Marianna Monroe, Beverly C. Monroe, Marcia J. Montaba, Mark R. . Monlaba, G. - ........ 6 Montgomery, Bruce . Monthie, Wallace A. Moore, James L. Moore, Patrick J. Moore, Robert -.1 Morris, Richard J. Merritt, Stanley W. Morrow, Robert F. Mosher, Harold G. Mouw, Margaret D. Mueller, Gary ........ Mueller, Robert E. Mullen, Muller, Mu: ae . Mullikin, Shelby J. . Munger, Ralph A. . Munson, Sherrill J. Murphy, Constance Murphy, John T. ...... Murphy, Matthew J. Murphy, Patrick J. . Murphy, Robert S Murray, Margaret E Myers, Peggy L. ........................... .41Tm517m152 107, 113, "120 ...... 114,132 122, 144, 177 ..-102, 122, 166 , 114, 139 N Nalepinski, James R ..86, 87, 112, 125 Nelson, Philip J. ....1 .86, 91 Nelson, Richard L Nevel, Robert E. . ..,52 75, 83 Newman, John B. 1 ........... 94 Nichols, Marlys .1. 49, 80, 125 Nichols, William H. ........ 86 Nicholson, Robert L. Ninneman, Shirley J. Noble, Larry D. - Noble, Mary A. .. Noordyk, Virgil V. Nordahl, George V. ..52, '13, 122, 131 ........ 52 ........ 97 189 Norton, Roger J. Nulph, Dennis E. .. Nyhus, Janice M. 113 O O'Brien, Jerry T. .. O'Brien, John T. Ochs, Edward Oiferdahl, Judith A. Ogden, Robert D. Ohlen, Fay L. . Oleson, Jame: . Olig, David J. O1iverson, Kje11 L. Olmsiead, Donna M. .................................. 49, 100, 101 Olson, Francis M. 82, 8'1, 115, 120, 134, 171 Olson, Marilynn A ....49, 113, 133 Olson, Mary G. 74, 122, 163 Olsiad, Jim D. ..52, 83, 137 Omens, Frederick W Oosierhuis, William T Opelt, James Osterday, Thomas A. Oiani, Irene F. Ottensmann, James D Oudyn, David L. P Paar, Judith A. ......................................................... 52, 75, 132 Face, Neva J. 3, 80, 113, 125, 163 Palzkill, Catherine L Palzikll, Norbert J. Panetti, Don E. Panzer, Dan E. Parkinson, Arnold Parvis Patch, James F. Paulsberg, George D Paulsen, Carl C. .. Paulson, Diana M. Pauser, Richard J. Peacock, Lynne A. Peck, Patricia A. .. Peck, Robert Pellowski, James J. Pendleton, Juanita D Pendleton, Marlin E. Penniston, Garold J. Penniston, Kenneth G Perala, Marvin E. Perkins, Joan Perry, Mervin K Peterson, Gerald A. Peterson, Jean C. ...... Peterson, Richard A. Peterson, Ronald '1' Phalen, Patrick J. . Pick, Michael A. Pickett, David J. Pieplow, Carol .. Pinkham, Clayton E. Piquene, Joan M. Ploessl, Eugene L. Poppy, Ann K. Porter, Darrell Porter, Hugh C. Porter, Janice M. . Posekany, Dale A. Powers ..................... Preston, Carol J. Prochaska, Col1ena M. Proksch, Lyle E. Ptaschinski, Richard J. Puckett, LeRoy K. Pufahl, Virgil R. .80,125 ,90,125,177 190 STUDENT INDEX Pulman, John ........... 144 Purimun, Ronald M. Q Quads, Tyrone J. .............................................................. 49, 83 R Radtke, Galie C. Radtke, Roland R. Raimer, Dennis L. Rameker, Paul C. Rawson, Arnold J. Rebholz, Roger H. Reasa, Walker T. .. Riddiough, Reese N. Reed, Larry E. Reeve, Caro1e R. Reich, Julaine M. Reichmann, Edwin J. Reinke, Judy A. Reise, David G. .. Remington, Sharon A. Repka, Tom B. Rhee, Hai Chang Rhein, Paul E. Rhyner, Lonna M. Richards, Theodore J. Richardson, Keith F. Richarr, Jack Richman, Dennis A Richolson, Carl R. . Richter, Dorothy A Riechers, Neal J. Riechers, Norma .1. Riechers, Paul D. Riemer, Brian W. Riddouch Rindlaub, Beverly Rippchen, Sandra A. Robb, Jack M. Robbins, Gerald G Roberts, Rona1d D. Rock, Francis J. Rockweiler, Richard A Rodermel, Don Rodman, Richard A. Roehr, Kent W. Rogers, James P. Rolof Romano, Donald T. ................................................................ Romundson, William T 48, 83, 94, 120, 139 Ronnerud, James A .......53, 83, 126 Ruei, Edward A. Rundle, Jerry J RundIe, Jim .1. Rupp, James H. .107, 112, 124 Ruppert, Mary L, ..74, 102, 122, 163 Rux, Edward C. 167 Ryan 51 llyon, David D. .102i112,117 Sabin, Winston J. Sack, Thomas J. Sacker, Jean 13...... Saether . Sampe, Fred G. . Sanchez, Oscar J. Sander, Mary K. .. Sanderson, Gary K Sandmeyer, Jake .. Sandstrom, Leonard M. Sarbacker, Richard 1. 77, 14B Sarles, Richard J. Schaal, Lana R. Schafer, Theodore R. Schaller, James .......... Schambow, Richard D. 82 112 Schaui, Russell J. .. Scheele, Bob ..... . Scheidegger, Jack E. Scherbert, Arthur F. .. Schiefert, Daniel F. Schindel, Berwin G Schleck, Sharon M. Schliesman, Robert H. Schlough, Jerry ........ Schmelling, James S. Schmid, Mary A. ......... Schmieder, Ceanne M. Schmitz, Gregory L. . Schmitz, Richard L. .1. Schneeberger, Robert W. Schneeberger, Kathleen Schneider, Don P. . Schneider, Judi A. Schneider, Walter L. Schneller, Rose M. Schober, Daniel L. . 52, 74, 130 Schoanherd, Carol B. ...177 Scholl, Joan M. , Schoppe, Kenneth R. 51 Schroeder, Donald E. .. ..51, 85, 86 Schroeder, Lee R. . Schuler, Ronald M. Schultz, David H. .. Schultz, Harvey E. 82 179 Schuster, Ronald E. Schwartz, Perry T. Schweiner, Jerry J. Schwulst, Franklin J. Scott, Ramona F. Scott, Robert Scullion, Carole C. Sebranek, Robert J. Secher, Dale C. Seefeldi, Eugene D. Seffrood, Wesley E Severson, Bonnie A Shaker, Lyle F. Shepard, Norma J. Sherman, James E. Sherman, Philip J. .. Sherwin, Jerry W. Shields, Robert L. Shulka, Shari C. . Siedschlag, Dean 0 Simley, David C. Simms, Wayne L. Simonson, Marjorie A. Simonie, Frank L. .. Simpson, Wayne A. . Singleiary, William L. Sinkule, Thomas S. Skaar, Tyrone L. Skate, Judy A. Sleep, Janice A. Smith, Danell L. Smith, Gail J. . Smith, Gerald L. Smith, Marilyn M. Snyder, George T Snyder, John J. Sokolowski, Edward J. . Solowjow, Rita K. . Somerville, John E. Sarge, Michael R Southard, Ruth E. Spaulding, Janet . Spitzborth, Charles Splinter, Mary J. Sprecher, Maurice P. 52, 73, 133 51,75,133 ......... 171 49,122 mm. 51 Srampfli, Robert F. ...1..." Staskal . Staiz, Frank W. Stauber, Charles R. Stauber, Richard T. Staulfapher, Paul T. Steffehs, Gretchen C. Steiger, Roger A. JSteiger, Ronald P. 1 Stephens, Amo C. graphens, Harold L. Bewarl, Ruth A. itickler, Karen K. ititzer, Bonnie B. Stluka, Theresa A. Stockburger, Robert K. Slordahl, Wayne R. Strauss, John P. Strohocker, Larry G. ........... . , Stude, Marcia L. ........... 35,107,112 113,167 Stuhl ............ Studnicka, Marianne Stuessy, Connie A. Stuessy, Kathy J. Stuntebeck, Richard 11 Subera, Steve P. .. 1...148 1 01,112.13 125, 163 "f1, 74, 75, 83, 115, 132 '37, 94, 123, 137 .70, 74, 88, Suda, George E. 137 Suda, Therese M. 112 Suhr, Dorothy A. 48, 100 Summers, Judith E. 49 126 Surrem, John A. .. Swain, Albert M. Swain, Roberi G. Swanson, David L. 79 17.5 Swearingen, Lowell L 167 Sweet, Ronald A. 51 Swanson, Charles B 39 Swenson, Dean A. . Swiekafcwski, Donald A. .65, 144, 171 Syfiestad, Douglas L. ................... 51, 121 T Tabatabai, Hussein ..................... . ......................................... 92 Tackes, Mary E. .. .. Tagalicod, Lillian J. Tallroth, Harvey C. Taylor, Gene L. 'Taylor, Kenneth A. Tenui, Carl E. Tessman, JoAnn C. Tessman, Glen E. Theisen, Penelope A. . Tagot Schaur, Russell J. .. Thies, Richard H. Theisem ..................... Thomas, Gordon D. Thomas, Richard A. Thompson, Glenn 5. Thompson, Roy E. .. Thompson, Ronald D. Thoreson, Sonja R. Thornton, Robert L. Thwaites, Robert G. .. Thym, Mary A. Tindell, James J Tinkham, Ruth E Tjugum, Orrin K. Tjugum, Rolland Toberman, Patsy Z1. ..."? 1"3,135,153 STUDENT INDEX T411akson, Chester D. Tonkinson, David B. . Torstencon, Stanley A. Tousignam, Nancy J. Tregoning, Donald 0. Treweek, Linda K. . Trickel, Robert L. Troxel, Don M. Trumbel, David G. Truttmann, Janet E. T111313, Trudi L. Tucker, Sharon A .52, 70, 77, 85 .52, so, 113, "125 Tuschen, Terry 13. . ............................... 48 U Uzlelhoven, Peter D 148 Unke, Sherill E. 53, 83, 113, 125, 133 Uppena, 1111111 A. 48, 122 Valley, Carol C. Van 11mm, Darrol . Van Nalia, Ronald L. V: e'1, S'eve G. .. X'e'r, Robert A. .. VeEIYI, Mary A. Yiuccm, Roberl J. V111'e Krrv'en A. Virtue, Joan .. Vinorio, Charla; Voclrner, David 13 Vogel, Douglas D. Vocs, DonalJ G. VI 1'Ire1'i, Gerald J. Vlvgner, Delbert F. X'Jagner, Harvey J. 'Jarrner, Raseann ..... Vfalker, Gloria L. .. Xfallenfzamp, George 11. 1731711, Francis VI. 1fal'2vick, Duane R. Vlalier, Gerald L. Vlalz, Carl F. VVanless, Sharon A. Ward, Krren K. Ward, Laura L. V'fard, Walker F. VVarmka, James A. Vlarmke, Marvin J. X'laterman, John Vlatson, Jame: Watson, Judith L. Watson, Richard J. Weber, Dale H. V'I'eber, Joan R. Xleber, Richard E Vieckerly, Gloria .1. Weeks, Francis C. . Waidemann, Dale H. VVeigel, Marilyn R. W'eigel, Ronald Vieisel, Jon H. .1 1.'e:c111an, James . Wells, Clyde 0. Wemmer, Doris L. Wendtlandt, Mary A. Wenzel, Susan H. Werth, Everett M. West, Stephanie J. .. Westemeier, Ronald L. Whalley, Thomas A. Whitaker, Betty R. Whiie White, Joyce Whitmore, Brian D. Whiton, Alice 1. Wickland, Carol A. Wickler, James J. Wiesel Wiest, Richarc1 '1'. Wildes, Carl C. Williams, John 1". Williams, Judith J. Williams, Marleen K. Williams, Patricia A. . Williams, Robert C. Wilhams, Robert F. Williams, Sherwood J. . Willkomm, Bernard B Willkomm, Nancy J. Wilmarth, William C. Wilson, Arlhur J. .. Wilson, Edward S. Wilson, Lowell L. Wilson, Robert Wilson, Thomas E. Winkers, Lavon E. Winters, Maxine J. Wiswall, Maxgaret A. ........ Wiswall, Sharon M. Winlief, Kenneth L. .. Wolenec, Marjorie A. Welter, John D. Woodward, Spencer L. Wosilait, Viola K. Wosoba, James L. Wovas ......................... Wunderlin, Mark C Wunderlin, Richard P Wunderlin, Wayne .1. .. 5,1 120,132 ......... 48,125 ........48, 83, 94 5, 88, 117, 130 52, 75, 83, 86, 115, 120 Yoskowski, Martha E. Youmans, C8101 A. ... ..100,122 .53, 80, 102,125 Young, Gary W. ....138 Zahn, William C. Zamzow, Fred C. Zeman, Marvin .I. Zemicke, Douglas M. Zimmer, Pat L. Zimmerli, Karen R. Zimmerman, Grace L. Zimmerman, Hedwig K. Zimpel, Jesse W. Zipperer, Burton E. Zipperer, Carol F. Zogg, Roger L. n Zweifel, Edward J. 191 ORGANIZATIONS American Institute of Mining Engineering ............ 90 Art Club .................................................................. 89 Afhenaeum .............................................................. 74 Baptist Student Fellowship ...................................... 120 Camera Club ............................................................ 96 Canterbury Club ...................................................... 125 Civil Engineering Society ........................................ 91 Cosmopolitan Club ............................................ 92 Department of Agriculture ...................................... 82 Elementary Club ...................................................... 80 Exponent ................................................................ 1 1 6 Fraternal Order of Philadelphians ............................ 76 Geode ...................................................................... 1 18 Industrial Arts Association ...................................... 85 International Relations Club .................................... 93 Kariatefhes .............................................................. 73 Les Sans Prejudice .................................................... 77 Lettermen's Club ...................................................... 99 192 Lufheran Student Association .................................. 11 Mafh and Physical Science Club .............................. Methodist Student Fellow5hip ................................. 11; Music Educators' National Conference .................... 1J- Music, Instrumental ............................................... ,1' Music, Vocal ........................................................ A..11' Newman Club ........................................................ 19.. Orchesis .................................................................. 1 Phi Eta Sigma ....................................................... Pioneer .................................................................. Religious Life Organization .................................... Students Athletic Publicity Service ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8, Student Governing Board ....................................... 711 Students' Wives Club .............................................. 9 United Student Feilowship ...................................... 11 Veteran's Club ........................................................ 7' Young Democrats .................................................... 9' Young Republicans ............................................... 1, .V . , 3 :4 357.1 3579;1144 ., .. 7.1.2! iiil... t ..


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