University of Wisconsin Platteville - Pioneer Yearbook (Platteville, WI)

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95th Graduation Class Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology 1017. W W a W L 3. Keeping the record straight ?lattwille i4 unique Students enrolled at Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology at Platteville can earn a bachelor of science degree in agriculture, industrial arts, secondary education, elementary education, arts and sciences, and technology. Platteville is one of the few state colleges that offers such a wide variety of academic fields. This year the Pioneer College's di- verse educational facilities attracted students from Wisconsin, thirteen other states, and ten foreign countries. Opportunities for achievement at Pioneer College are many and varied, encouraging each student to be outstanding in his own way. Many means of recogni- tion exist in this college community. Athletic awards are received at an all-school assem- bly in the spring on Athletics Award Day. Journalis- tic, scholastic, and student teaching honors are award- ed at the Senior Banquet at the end of the academic year. Kings and queens of social events are honored by being selected by the student body. Student Gov- erning Board members are elected by popular vote of the classes and four divisions to represent the student body in meetings with the administration. Officers of the classes and organizations are recognized as leaders in positions of responsibility. Pioneer College honors are indeed varied, and this diversity places recogni- tion within the reach of everyone. Accurate testingr is important yam Busy with machines ampmdimzom... Learning techniques of silk-screerl printing The Division of Secondary Education cur- riculum student is prepared to teach in the sec- ondary school the subjects they have majored or minored in. Each student is encouraged to par- ticipate in extra-curricular activities during his four years of college with the idea in mind of preparing himself for the direction of some ex- tra-curricular activity as a high school instructor. The Division of Technology offers two thor- ough and high level curriculums, Civil and Mining Engineering, in which a student may receive a Bachelor of Science degree. Also of- fered in the engineering area are courses in Pre-engineering for the students preparing for careers in Agriculture, Chemical, Electrical, Mechanical, and Metallurgical Engineering. The Elementary Education curriculum pro- vides the best possible background for prospec- tive elementary teachers. A student may concen- trate on kindergarten, primary grades, inter- mediate grades, or junior high school. He will receive first hand experience in any of these grades at the Edgar G. Doudna Laboratory School, here at Pioneer College, during his two semesters of student teaching. The division of Arts and Sciences curriculum offers the students who desire a bachelor of arts or sciences degree, a solid foundation for a full and rewarding life. It also prepares students in- terested in the pre-professional and technological fields, for further training in their careers. They may receive preparation in commerce, medicine, law, dentistry, forestry, nursing, phar- macy and journalism. A student may choose a Bachelor of Science degree in either of the four year curriculas, Ag- riculture or Agriculture Education. The Depart- ment of Agriculture Curriculum provides its students with the opportunity of examining the specialized areas of Vocational Agriculture teaching, combination of agriculture and other academic teaching majors, soil conservation field work and agriculture-business occupations. The Industrial Arts Department four year curriculum prepares a student for the teaching of this field and leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. All-importam student-teacher contact in educational training movidc oppolttunitim gm wmwm 602'de M 6011242 c9 9124111th 0i Julmoloqq Kampws 1. Technology Building 2. Student Center 3. Main Building 4. Health Center 5. Agriculture Building and Meds Gym 6. Industrial Arts Building 7. Karrmann Library 8. Doudna Laboratory School 9. Brigham Hall 10. Royce Hall 11. Athletic Building The main objectives of Pioneer College are to strengthen a studentls academic background and complete his education with the participa- tion in extra-curricular activities. Self-expres- sion, appreciation of the arts, good citizenship, and clear thinking are cultivated in speech, English, music, history, art, science, and mathe- matics courses. General psychology, science, and freshman English are required of students for a Bachelor of Science degree. Speech, social science, and one semester of mathematics are also required for graduation. Except for students graduating from the divi- sion of Elementary Education, all students are required to have a thirly-six hour major and a twenty-four hour minor or two fifteen hour minors. The student at Pioneer College has a choice from a vast variety of sixteen academic areas for his major and twenty-five minors. Students who have completed the require- ments for their major and minor often take elective courses simply for pleasure. College music groups can he participated in for pleasure and also furnish credit toward graduation. Individual contert experience is provided for music majors Ex ert rolessional uidantc is niven in mintinv' courses H D Experiments in Lab. m V Recognizing the fact that college years are a time of many adjustments and decisions, a period when personal problems may arise, Pioneer College makes available excellent student personnel services. All entering freshmen participate in the new orientation program and become acquainted with Pioneer College. They may attend a liDay- On-Campus" during the summer. On these days they take entrance tests and each student plans his program of studies with the aid of his faculty advisor. Freshmen who do not participate in "Day-On-Campus" take part in Orientation Week in September. During this time, achieve- ment and scholastic ability tests are admin- istered, and social events and lectures concern- ing the college help them become acquainted. The over-all program of orientation includes a Big-Little Sister Program and a continuous program of lectures and discussions throughout the first semester. Upper-class coeds who would like to help a new student feel more at home on the campus, sign up for the Big-Little Sister Program. Each girl is then given the name of a girl who will be attending Pioneer College for the first time and they correspond during the summer. At the beginning of the freshman year each student is assigned to a faculty member who gives him aid in planning his academic sched- ule and in solving his academic and school life problems. The Testing Service, available through the Student Deans, Office, makes tests available to students who desire additional information about their aptitudes, scholastic abilities, or v0- cational interests. to discuss the student's educational, vocational, or personal problems. Pioneer College maintains a Placement Bureau to aid students in securing desirable positions in teaching for teachers, in government or in- dustry for engineers, and in business or industry for arts and sciences graduates. Most major religious denominations are repre- sented by Platteville churches, nearly all of which sponsor college student groups. Each or- ganization has a pastoral advisor and a faculty advisor. At the meetings, which are held weekly, the organizations discuss aspects of faith, fre- quently with guest speakers from outside the group. For entertainment, these groups plan picnics, parties, dances, suppers, and toboggan parties. The Religious Life Organization, 'con- sisting of representatives from the religious groups, co-ordinates and motivates student ac- tivity concerning religious life on the campus. Registration for class admittance 5543? wgm WM Platteville churches welcome students 13 ...undw.ahawzgun Down through the years many traditions have been formed and some of these have special days set aside for them. Homecoming is the main event in the fall. It consists of a week of activities; coronation, per- fonnanc-e by guest stars, bonfire and pep rally, stunt night, parade, game, alumni tea, and a dance. The series of events are all organized and conducted by college students. Other highlights in the fall are iiMi, Day for students in the Division of Technology and Dadis Day honoring the fathers of football and cross country team members. During the winter, social events like the Sawdust Ball, Christmas Formal, Parentls Night, Senior Ban- quet, Mardi Gras are eagerly awaited. 14 Canine friend enjoys "Commons" food The peak of the social season arrives during the Miners Ball, with the lighting of the ltM" for which it is nationally known, and the Junior Prom. The year closes with graduation week; Senior Day, Bac- calaureate, Alumni Banquet and Commencement. Football and basketball games, Pioneer Playersl productions, concerts, professional plays, and campus organization activities round out a full and active year. Some of the most pleasant and memorable moments of recreation are not planned. A coke break or llbull sessionl can be as enjoyable as an evening at a formal dance and may be the beginning for many lifelong friendships. Short-wave sets provide hours of good entertainment Moo! Kalandak September 6-9 Freshman Orientation , 8 Upperclassmen Registration 10 Tours of Platteville 12 Classes Begin 13 Student NEA Meeting 24 Whitewatethootball 29 W0men1s Program Series October 1 U. of Milwaukee-Football 1Dad1s Daw 3 Athenaeum Pledge Tea 11 Coronation4Homecoming Queen 13 "Four Freshman" l4 Stunt Night 15 Homecoming 24, 25, 27, 28 Pioneer Players--"Bell, Book and Candle" November 5 Sawdust Ba114IAA 11 Student-Teacher Banquet 15 Fun Night4Brigham Hall 18 Dame1s Ball December 3 Christmas Forma1-4LSP 8, 9, 12, 13 Pioneer P1ayers--2She Stoops to Conquer" 11 Christmas Concert2Music Department January 6 Basketball4La Crosse 7 Basketball-Superior 12 Graduates' Dinner 16 Women1s Program Series 20-25 Semester Finals 30-31 Registration 16 February 4 Basketball-Whitewater 10 Mardi Grasv-Philadelphians 13 Eric Hawkins Dance Group 24 Kariatethes Dance 28 Phi Eta Sigma Initiation March 13 Wrestling Matches 1Phi11ies vs. LSP1 20, 21, 23, 24 Pioneer Players-"All My Son? 23 Pioneer Patrons, Banquet 26 Palm Sunday Concert 31 Easter Recess April 10 Classes Resume 11 Music Department Graduate Recital 19-21 Orchesis Dance Recital 29 Junior Prom May 4, 5, 8, 9 Pioneer Players41'Gmmmer Gurtonk Needle' and "Doctor in Spite of Himself" , 13 Senior Banquet 15 Athenaeum Banquet 16 IAA Banquet 17 Senior Tea 18 Pioneer Players' Banquet 20 2M" Lighting4Miners4 Ball June 4 Baccalaureate 8 Alumni Banquet 9 Commencement 50mm gamma ...... 27 WMHH49 gmagauom . . . 83 mm ...... 751 wgdadicata... The ttfriendly college? . . . How many times have we, as seniors, heard this term applied to the college which we will one day soon call our Alma Mater? The ttfriendly college? . . . What constitutes a college of a friendly nature? Per- haps, it would be a better idea to ask who constitutes a friendly college. In choosing the personality for this years dedication, we have selected a faculty member who has been working for years to keep people smiling, a faculty member who has helped the college here at Platteville assume its friendly atmosphere. Mr. Harry C. Wilkerson has been on the faculty at the Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology since 1925. During this time he has been a devoted teacher, a student advisor, and befriends those he meets. Mr. Wilkerson is known for willingly discussing with his associates the problems of the day, the hopes of tomorrow, and those tteveryday occurrencesii worth mentioning. The friendly, leisurely manner and the interest in his students has made Mr. Wil- kerson an outstanding member of this, our friendly college. In memory of his shin- ing example, the tifaculty friend? we the seniors of 1961 dedicate the Pioneer. . . .toanoutatandinqmmmeI WWW? BM 19 $ Campns ".7119 anw W 6011242 had foul: WW Lhalzactcwiim. " BJARNE R. ULLSVIK, PhD. President of Wisconsin State Col- lege and Institute of Technology 111an 97mm The Pioneer State College has four significant characteristics-a comprehensive curriculum, high scholastic standards, excellence of in- struction, and friendly relations between faculty and students. The suc- cess of a school year can be measured by growth in these significant characteristics. Thus, we need to seek evidence of this growth to eval- uate 1960-61. Few colleges can emulate our broad offerings in teacher education, arts and sciences, and technology, and this breadth has been expanded. An increase in academic requirements for admission and retention sup- plemented by national recognition by Phi Eta Sigma have added to our scholastic stature. Improvement of instruction has been a continuing objective with both student and faculty participation, and Platteville has been blessed With dedicated teachers since its inception in 1866. One only needs to walk about the campus to receive evidence that the tradi- tion of a iifriendly collegeii is being maintained. We are grateful for having had the class of 1961 in our midst and for their significant achievements. We predict pride in their future ful- fillment and Wish them Godspeed in their desire to use their prepara- tions and talents to serve their fellow men. B jarne R. Ullsvik President 23 FOSTER POR TER Regent, Bloomington, Wisconsin MILTON LONGHORN Dean of Instruction, Registrar, Pro- fessor of History MILTON R. MEHLHOUSE Regent, Lancaster, Wisconsin ADMINISTRATI ON Jutwm Dr. Bernard Harris, Dean of Men and Students, ex- tends his thoughts toward our future and his hands toward our needs as he instructs his class in Voca- tional Guidance and provides our college with its stu- dent testing program. In moments of indecision, his counselling is a greatly appreciated service. The door is always open and a comfortable chair awaits you at the office of Dean Rosamond Risser Jones. Our congenial counsellor maintains the college social calendar, keeps track of the organizations, and is the Guidance and Business Administration instruc- tor. Mr. Milton Melcher provides a link between the past and the future. He has been connected with ed- ucation in Platteville since 1923. Now he is professor of geology at WSCIT as well as guidance director for all students in mining, civil, and pre-engineerina. Dr. Milton Longhorn, Dean of Instruction, pro- vides our insight into the future from freshman reg- istration to college graduation. The graduate and summer programs together with classes in govern- ment and history complete his busy schedule. BERNARD B. HARRIS Dean of Students, Professor of Ed- uca.tion ROSAZWOND RISSER JONES Dean, of Women, Assistant Profes- sor of Education MIL TON A. AIELCHER D an of Division of Technology, Professor of Geology w,mwww W4xw HAROLD HUTCHESON Dean of Administration, Director of Laboratory S c h o o 1 Experiences, Professor of Education d, KA THLEEN L. BACKUS Instructor of Library Science VELMA ALLEN Instructor of Library Science 26 MARLYSMALLOW HARRY ROBERT I. VELZY GARY W. Instructor of Psychol- BLA CKMER Instructor of English, FLETCHER ogy, S t u d e n t Center Faculty Assistant of Ed- Resident Director of F a c u 1 t y Assistant of Manager ucation, Assistant Man- Brigham Hall History, Resident Di- ager of Student Center Wm CHARLOTTE J. KNIGHT Associate Professor of Library Science, Head Librarian MARY W. BARNES Instructor of Library Science FACULTY mkdicated The faculty of Pioneer State College is composed of men and women dedicated to the spread of learn- ing. Educating students is their chosen field of work which they execute to the best of their abilities. The faculty contributes mainly in the formal in- struction of students. The faculty members are also very important in campus life as faculty advisors of all the various college organizations. Because of their activity in these organizations, they are closely as- sociated with one or more groups of students. Their close work with student activities gives students valuable opportunities of learning not received in the classroom. , The faculty 'members are professionals in their field and are active in professional groups. Their in- terest in the welfare of the city, state, and nation is reflected in the high level of participation in civic state-wide, and national non-professional organiza- tiorls. This, indeed, makes them key figures in soc1ety. rector of Royce Hall MIRIAM GODER GERALD F. Instructor of Music DARROW WILLIAM 3' Assistant Professor TIETZE , of Music Professor of Musw Professor of Music Head of Department of Music THOMAS C. HENDRICKSON Associate Professor of Art, Head of Depart ment of Art VERN j. THOMPSON Assistant Professor of Art WILLIS W. NELSON Instructor of Art y VIRGINIA E. ANNA R. NASSIF WILLIAM 1. P0 T TER Instructor of Music DENNIS Instructor of P r o f e s s o r of Music, Library Education Head of Department of Music 27 MARY FISHER Assistant Professor of Education, Supervisor of First GradeaDoudna School NEIL V, :; , GALLA GHLR. MARIAN 150 YTHE DANIEL Instructor of Educatlon, ; . , 1 . Supervisor of Jr. High IAGltNK 01H Assocxa'te Professor. of School Social Sciences FacultyAssistantin Ed- Educatlgn, Superv1sor Do udna School ucation, Supervisor of of 31 r. ngh School Eng- Second GradeiaDoudna IISthOUdna SChOOl School LOLA 1W. HALL Assistant Professor of Education, Supervisor of Kindergarten Doud- na. School HAZIEL LINDERMAN Assistant Professor of Education, Supervisor of Fourth Grade Doudna School VICTOR 0 0 0 mmowr 9716101151qu Assistant Professor of Education, Supervisor of Fifth GradC D0ud- nu School am lcavc 1960-6 0 .IAMES A. DORO THY LEONE 15. CRA WFORD FLETCHER BELLMEYER Faculty Assis ant of Ed- Assistant Professor of Faculty Assistant of Ed- ucation, Supervisor of Education, Supervisor ucation, Supervisor of Jr. High School, Sci- of Third GradeivDoud- Fifth Grade ; Doudna ence and Mathematics na School School w-Doudna School w LESTER LEITL MARY ELIZABETH Associate Professor of LEWIS P h y S 1 0 a1 Educatlon, Assistant Professor of Football and Baseball Health Education, C01- Coach lege Nurse Zliqh W JOHN BARTH Associate Professor of P h y s i 0 a1 Education, Head of Department of 13143612151116814' Physical Education, Di- rector of Athletics and Basketball Coach Instructor of Physical Education HELENE HANSEN Assistant Professor of Physical Education DALE C . DIXON Associate Professor Sur- veying, Head of Depart- ment of Surveying A . CHARLES WINSOR Instructor of Physical Education, Track and Cross-Country Coach 29 L. DALE VERTEIN LEOJVARD I. Associate Professor GARSIDE Of Education Professor of Education, Head of Department of Education and Psychol- ogy R. KEITH WOODS Professor of Education, Director of Elementary and Jr. High School Di- vision H. C. WILKERSON Professor of Education . I PHILIP EMILY G. ' BUCHANAN FRANCOIS SUSAN b' STUESSY Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor Assistant Professor of . . . . . Journallsm, Dlrector of of Forelgn Languages Educatlon, Dlrector of Public Relations Alumni Activities WILLIAM B. KNOX Associate Professor of Education ELISA ANN NEAL Professor of Education GRA CE H. ROBER TSON Assistant Professor of Home Economics 61042 6012an THEODORE N. HAROLD R. SM I TH H AN SEN Assistant Professor PA UL W- GA UGER Associate Professor of Speech Professor of Speech of Speech 32 ARTHUR K. EDWARD W. JENSEN HARDIES Assistant Professor of Professor of Agriculture, Manager of Agriculture College Farms HA R OLD D. BEA LS Instructor of Agriculture W. S. jACKA Associate Professor of Agriculture Molding With HARRY D. HENDERSON Professor of Agriculture V. E. NYLIN IRA Professor of Agricul- MONTGOMERY ture, Head of Depart- Associate Professor ment of Agriculture of Agriculture CHARLES L. DeN U RE Associate Professor of Agriculture FRANK L. PROSS Associate Professor of English RUTH B. GOBER Associate Professor of English RA YMOND MEYER Instructor of English FRANCIS MERCHANT Associate Professor of English MARIE E. VAN MA TRE Instructor of English RUSSELL HILL Associate Professor of English, Head of De- partment of Commu- nications wn leave 1960-60 MARJORIE HUGUNIN Associate Professor of English FRANK STOKES Instructor of English R. R. DOERING Associate Professor of English M. UMER CHAPRA Assistant Professor of Social Science 0; . , GLEN V. GUNDY ROBERT C. Professor Chemistry, HANSEN Head of Department of Associate Professor Physical Science of Chemistry W. R. LOY Associate Professor of Chemistry EARL E. KING Associate Professor of Physics ROBERT A. LA VERNE HARKER ROY A. SHA VER ROY E. SMITH WEIDLER Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Instructor of of Physics 0f Chemistry of Physics Chemistry R. W. JOHN WILLIAM L. WOOLDRIDGE NIKOLAI ROSENTHAL Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor of Chemistry of Mathematics of Chemistry N ORMAN R. PO WERS Assistant Professor of Mechanical Drawing 5tudmt 9122614 GEORGE mus Associate Professor of Mathematics , lam mm :'?wm MMWZSW, memes? m?ega D. C. WEBER Instructor of Mathematics E. G. HARRELL J. C. SPRADLING J. JAMES LEITL Faculty Assistant Professor of Mathemat- Associate Professor of Engineering Law ics, Head of Depart- of Mechanics ment of Mathematics, DA WSON TRINE Assistant Professor of Mathematics Director of Division of Secondary Education 36 DALE R. FA TZINGER Instructor of cography L U THER A . ZELI.MER Professor of Geography LEO E. BOEBEL Professor of Biological Science, Head of De- partment of Life Sci- ences, Director of Di- vision of Arts and Sci- ences HERBERT CASH Assistant Professor of Biological Science 13' HAROLD A. ELLA MAY GODER M A R TI N Professor of Professor of Biological Science Biological Science 0 C. DALE VINYARD RICHARD D. Instructor of GA MBLE Political Science Associate Professor of History, Head of De- partment 05 Social Sci- ences RUSSELL 0. HARRIS PALIWER WAGNER Associate Professor Professor of Of Geology Biological Science Science J10 THOMAS B. BLANCHE IWILLER L UNDEEN Associate Professor Associate Professor 0f History of History ,W. A. BRO U GH TON Professor of Geology, Head of Department of Geology Teachers need a ubreak" too 37 G. H . PETT Professor of Mining Er- gineering, Head of De- partment of Mining En- gineering C. W. OTTENSMAN Professor of Civil En- gineering, Dean of En- gineering, Head of De partment of Civil En- gineering KEITH FAHERTY Instructor of Civil Engineering WILLIAM E. KISSNER Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 2 HARRY k A. PEDERSON CY! Milli k EMERSON W. AIA NZER Associate Professor of Industrial Arts HO WARD C. OLSON Associate Professor of Industrial Arts W. A. BUTTERY ALVA H. JARED A. 1. COOKE Faculty Assistant Instructor of Instructor of Mechanics of Industrial Arts Industrial Arts H. A . PEDERSON Professor of Industrial Arts, Head of Depart- ment of Industrial Arts BERNARD WILDER Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts CLIFFORD s. JOHNSON 0 0' Associate Professor dlgnm of Industrial Arts JOHN F. ORTH Assistant Professor of Mechanical Drawing, Head of Department of Mechanical Drawing WALTER 1V1. P. GRONBECK R. A. HANNAN . Ilnstructo'r 0f . HARTSHORN Instructor of Mmmg Engmeerlng Associate Professor of Civil Engineering Mechanics, Head of De- partment of Mechanics Faculty not pictured FRANZ J. PFISTER Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages DA VID A. BLAEUER Instructor of Mathematics 39 BUSINESS OFFICE Judy Meyers, Ilah Redfcm, Carmen Beining, Eva Ketllcr, judy Bollant HEAD OF BUSINESS OFFICE Carmen Beining School Mica REGISTRAR'S OFFICL Alice Aluni. Joyce Irish, XVayne Knopf, Marie Caton, Zelma Schuldl GENERAL OFFICE STAFF Bess Murphy, Judy Jorgenson, Alice Bramc, Kay Schmclling, Judy O'Neill COLLEGE DOCI 0R Dr. H. L. Doeringsfeld COLLEGE NURSE KARRMANN LIBRARY Mary Elizabeth Lewis Mary Karasck, Mildred Derr, Mary Kics, Nancy Curtis LAB SCHOOL Lynne Marking, Dcloris Leighty, Freda Kruschkc TECHNOLOGY SEC. Mrs. Fern McAtecr v n a a guy , u. $z u k V .qx'm , ,, w $.33 CAFETERIA STAFF BOTTOM ROW: Mmcs. Catherine McKeon, Estelle Van atta, Minnie P01- lcr. 2nd ROW: Mmcs. Nellie Carlhew, Dorothy Vinger, Mabel Burkhard, Iva Jackson; Mr. G. Stark. BOTTOM ROVV:Mrs.Kar1 K1einpell,Cassvillc; Mr Ralph E. Balliette, Platteville; Mr. William T. Evjue, Madison; Mr. Fred Dahms, Lancaster; Mr Lyle Atkinson, Dar- lington; Mr William Do11dna,Madison; Mr.Francis Piquette,P1atteville;Dr.Richard F. Bristol, Montfort; Mr. D J. Huenink, Monroe. 2nd ROW: Mr.Mi1t0n Melhouse, Lancaster; Mr. Dick Brodheck, Platteville; Mr. Louis SaLoutos, Richland Center; Mr. Iouis LcCocq, Dubuque; Mr.Mi1ford C. Kintz, Rich- land Center; Mr. J. Riley Stone, Reedsburg; Mr. George Bausman Galena,111.; Mr. E. J. Paar, Freeport, 111.; Mr. Elton Karrmann,P1atteville;Mr.Har01d Brockman, Platteville; Mr. Thomas W. Reilly, Lancaster; Mr. Don Roethe, Fennimore; Mr John Lacke, Cuba City; Mr. Jack Howe, Prairie du Chien. Patrons not pictured are: Mrs. Barbara Chapman PIONEER PATRONS South Wayne Mrs. Melva Geach Warren, Ill. ? Robert Travis and Will dmbauadolm W I Robert Bodden Platteville James C. Porter . . . . Boscobel Pioneer Patrons cons1sts of th1rty-f1ve persons who Esther G. Schreiner are interested in the Pioneer State College. Twenty- Prairie du Chis" two communities, mostly from Southwestern Wiscon- Himrztn'fii'l'se" a CV1 C sin are represented. This groups main purpose is to Henry Soldwedel learn the various functions and projects of WSCIT. Chicago, Ill. With this information, they travel back to their own Robert Tracy communities and relate the true picture of Pioneer Agneiwge, 1"- College. In this way future college students become ligancasiger better informed with the college. Foster Porter The Patrons and their husbands and wives visit Bloomington the campus twice a year in order that they can be Hamld Geyer brought up to date on the happenings of the college. Plamvmc With this information, they act as publicity and good- will ambassadors for WSCIT. 43 Main Building Doudna-Laboratory School CAMPUS BUILDINGS :g I I :c. 0 Recorded music provides a congenial atmosphere for the lounges of leather upholstered furniture, soft lamps, and tastefully chosen draperies of the Student Center. Meetings are held in modernly tiled rooms, quick snacks or nourishing meals are available, and, of course, the Pioneer makes its home here! Nearby are the classrooms, faculty oEices, auditor- ium, gymnasium, laboratories, locker-lined halls, and art and music studios which comprise the familiar Main Building. Classrooms for agriculture and economics as well as the menls gymnasium and its facilities are available in the Agriculture Building, while the Industrial Arts Building contains area for machine work welding, printing, leather work, plastics, auto-mechanics, and metal and copper-ware work. The tripod of the civil engineer is familiar to all of us, but the Technology Building also contains well- equipped laboratories, classrooms and library. The Doudna Laboratory School brings to mind its two-way mirrors for teacher observation, brightly dec- orated bulletin boards, individual conference rooms, the playroom, and the Little Theater. The Karrman Library offers a wide selection of re- cordings, periodicals and books to be enjoyed in the reading room, well-lighted main room, or individual carrols. Itls pizza, private phone calls, lounge visits, and companionable slumber at Brigham Hall. Fellows at Royce Hall would add ironing, studying at llbuilt-in,l desks, and just plain togetherness! Royce Hull-Men's Dorm Brigham Hall-lVomen's Dorm Karrman Library ggw w . w L Maw Va! W 3w u .1: . 33 533' 3 y N $333 am mu lture Building ICU. gr A Industrial Arts Building Student Center 46 6011.415112th gnawing The collegels newest structure, the Health and Physical Education building, stands south of the womenls dorm. This building, scheduled for use next year, will incorporate all the facilities now located in the Agriculture building and the Health Center. The new college farm, completed last year, is lo- cated five miles southeast of Platteville. It has be- come very important both as an instructional aid to the Agricultural department as well as a model farm for the surrounding community. New Athletic Building Pioneer Prairie College Farm image w l m e d .m S HOMECOMING Julio: wmlz Homecoming week began October 11, with the coronation of the queen. The queen who reigned over the week of activities was Chosen from the five candidates; Joanne Beach, Muriel Moen, Peggy Myers, Judy Brewer, and Judy McCarville. Peggy Myers was crowned Queen of the 1960 Pioneer Homecoming by the co-captains, Doug Marnocha and Rich Malson. Mary Martin paid tribute to her, Erma Hippenbecker sang "The Loveliest Night of the YearT, and the Pioneer Gleemen provided two selections. A Platte- viile graduate, Mr. Lowell Schettler from Columbus, Wisconsin, gave the address. A bonfire was built on the practice field under supervision of Marge Simonson, and after the corona- tion we held a pep rally around it. Short rousing speeches were given by Dr. Ullsvik, Mr. Schettler, the co-captains, Peggy Myers, and some of the foot- ball team. The cheerleaders and the pep band led the crowd in cheers and in singing the school song. The traditional Homecoming Coronation court Four Freshmen entertain the student body Entertainer Clowns for benefit of audience W? Stunt Night was held the night before the game and our spirits were elevated by watching the antics of Jerry Lewis, master of ceremonies, and the stunts. The practice of elimination during rehearsals was used again this year and the result was stunts of a higher quality. One of the highlights of the evening was the facultys Polycatererwolaphonic Band. Their performance was a fun filled exhibit of the faculty's versatility and their interest in the student body. Judges of the stunts, Mr. Lundeen, Mr. Leitl, and Mr. Cardin, awarded the first place to Athenaeum. Royce Hall placed second and third place went to Math 8c Physical Science Club. The credit for a very successful stunt night goes to the planning of the chairman, Jerry Lewis. For the second year celebrities were brought to the campus as one of the features of Homecoming Week. This year we were entertained by the Four Freshmen. They were named iiBest Vocal Grouph and have ranked at the top of surveys run by Metronome, Down Beat, The Billboard and the United Press In- ternational; and after seeing their outstanding per- formance one can easily understand why. Their pro- gram was not limited to vocalizing, but also included seven instruments; a trombone, string bass, drums, two trumpets, mellophone, and a guitar. They sang songs such as "It,s a Lonesome Old Town,,, "LauraK tiGet Your Kicks On Route 66h, and their latest hit, "On the Street of Dreamsii, which they recorded for Capitol records. 51 vawn t jcrry Lewis as master of ceremonies Stunt Night high mx vv ., First place campus decorations Campus decorations added further zest t0 the Homecoming spirit. The first prize in on-campus decorations went to Industrial Arts. A.I.M.E. was awarded second prize and third went to Royce Hall. In off-campus decorations, Holiday House was award- ed first prize, second prize went to Longfellow Manor, and third prize was received by Heathwood. The judges were Dr. Harris, Dean Jones, and Bob Church. The success of the 1960 Homecoming goes to Jerry Conley and Ron Davis who were the general co-chairmen. A special note of appreciation goes to the publicity chainnen, Joanne Govier and Joe Dresser; Howard Gile, the finance chairman, Cindy Gierhart, chairman of tickets and sales; Al Johnson, chairman of printing; and John Russell, chairman of ecorations. This year traveling trophies were award- ed to winners of first place in each event. The college band performed at the half-time cere- monies 0f the game led by their new drum major, James Freemont. A special feature show called ttMutiny in the Bandh with guest trombonist, Vladis- low Gherkin, Gerry Lewisi was given after the win- ning floats had been named. Past football captains and the Homecoming Queen and court were intro- duced to the audience. Dreams of a perfect Home- coming faded when the Stout Blue Devils won over the Pioneers 32-21. ' After the game, at the college tea, alumni, students, and faculty reminisced the days of old and replayed that afternoonis game. Campua deconattbm A. I . M.E. award-winning decorations 54 Prize-winning Hoats Slappqmwmhhzq Saturday morning we stood on the curb of Main Street and watched as floats on which we had put hours of work, came down the street. The Chairman of the parade, Cl-ete Glenen, saw to it that every- thing ran smoothly and the weatherman gave us a beautiful day. It was one of the finest Homecoming parades of Pioneer College. The grand prize went to the Junior Class for their float showing Pioneer College putting the bite on the Stout Blue Devils. The judges; Clarence Bell, Don Demick and Tom OiNeil, awarded second prize to Elementary-Junior High, and CES-AIME was awarded third prize. Mr. Wagner, Elton Karrman and Bernard Rosemeyer judged the bands. The clowns, Bob Vincent and Gary Doudna, were one of the highlights of the parade with their teasing of onlookers. High school bands from surrounding towns and our own Pioneer Col- lege Band added the finishing touches with their snappy marching and music. Gus Fuhrman and his orchestra played in the Commons Room of the Student Center for the Home- coming dance and Pete Rundyis Combo played in the Rendez Vous Room. Peggy Myers and her escort led the grand march and were joined by the court and the crowd in dancing. A new feature which was added to our Home- coming week this year was a play, itDr. Faustush, pro- duced by the Cleveland Playhouse, a group of profes- sional actors sponsored by the Ford Foundation, grant of 1957. The play was well attended and en- joyed by everyone At the close of the last 'curtain everyone felt they had learned a great lesson in moral responsibilities and this served to deepen the mean- ing of Homecoming. wy xx M;wz;be WW W aim? W ,4 w w; aw Wk $ nIVIutiny in the Band" half-time performance After-g'ame congratulations are extended Queen Pegleads grand march Sawdust Ball queen and her court SAXMDUST BALL WUM Womb; The Sawdust Ball sponsored annually by the Indus- trial Arts department was held on November 5th. The court consisted of Joan Piquette, Diane Jen- kins, Carol Kirch, Karen Doering. Queen Connie Curry reigned that November 5th in the Commons of the Student Center. Monte Hacker rendered the dance music at this informal dance event. Chairman of the planning and committee was Wil- fred Klippel, and committee chairmen were Dave Stevens, tickets; Tom Jordan and Del Wagner, pub- licity; Dave Tollakson, coronation; and Gordon Keup, decorations. 56 CHRISTMAS FORMAL mana'nq 5511mm Annually, the LSP organization sponsors a free Christmas dance. The occasion is one marked by brightly colored dresses and gaily decorated trees. The bright lights blink a welcome to the couples as they paraded in, the ladies were decked out in their vivid Christmas reds, greens and snowy whites. Joey Paradiso rendered dance selections for the couples. The orchestra was flanked on either side by a tall Christmas tree and the green and red ceiling lights cast a soft glow on the dancing silhouettes. Santa Claus made his appearance in spite of the fact that there was no snow. Chairman of the dance, Ed Ruef, made arrange- ments. Frosty greets dancers Dancers enjoy Christmas Formal music 57 MARDI GRAS 39m; pm The Mardi Gras held Feb. 10 at the armory is spon- sored annually by the Phillie organization. Ken Wolf and his orchestra provided the music and dance theme itEvening in Gay Pareefi The Madri Gras queen candidates were Marilyn Hugunin, Sharon Latson, Bonnie Severson, Carol Jean Hanko and Carol M. Hawkinson. The evening of Feb. 10, Marilyn Hugunin reigned as queen with her court of four honoring her. Co-chairman, Tom Hollatz and Mark Montaba made arrangements for the event with the help of the following committees: orchestra committee, Dave Knox; tickets, Mark Krohn; advertising, Bob Vincent; decorations, Don Ayer, MaVk Powers, Bryon Kowitz; refreshments, Gene Seefeldt; arrangements, Dave Davies, Bill Cummings, Fred Zamzow; and clean-up, Milt Bakken. Most, who attended the dance wore costumes vieing for the prize proclaiming the lucky pair, winners. At midnight, balloons and streamers cas- caded from the ceiling, covering the dancers in a gay profusion of colors. , Court couple is greeted Mardi Gras court, Carol, Queen Marilyn, Sharon, Jeannie, and Bonnie Tom Hollatz presents Mardi Gras Queen Winning couples display their costumes Prom mmmittee members 60 Prom King candidates PROM llwo a a lby 92' afll Climaxing the year as far as dance formals are concerned, the 1961 Junior Prom took place April 29. Queen Judi McCarville and King Tom Osterday reigned over the aHair. Plans for this dance begin in earnest early in the fall of the school year. Prom co-chairmen, Alice Bredeson and Tom Long, were elected by the junior class. They set up committees to aid them in their huge job of planning for the event. Orchestra chair- man, Larry De Muth, contracted Jens Jensen and his Wolverine Band which played in the Rendez Vous Room and Tommy Alexander and his orchestra were featured in the Commons. Prom king candidates were Ed Ruef, Tom Oster- day, Dave Knox, John Somerville, and Chuck Misky. The theme, iiWonderland by Night? was placed in a setting of oriental decor. Junior Prom co-chairmen were Sherrill Munson, Ruth Stewart, Marge Michel, Joan Piquette, Gloria Walker, Nancy Cole, Karen Cook, Erma Hipenbecker, Ron Josh, Joyce Houston, Larry De Muth and Tom Osterday. CAMPUS LIFE As elementary education majors reach the hallowed sanctuary of "seniordom," more and more of their time is consumed in the Doudna Campus school. Be- ing a student teacher, one gets to know the endless array of facilities at the finger tips of teachers. Prog- ress never stands still here. New methods and innova- tions are ever on trial as in the days of old, however, children still hold their teachers in awe and respect. Progressing through the laboratory school on to Karrmann Library, the observer can catch the stu- dent in action. At about 8:00 p.m. on a weekday, one can appreciate the rapid growth of the student body. Under the careful surveillance of the librari- ans, the library continues to function in its true capacity and grow in new facilities. The apex of student activity of course is the stu- dent center now in its third year. As in any student union, social life consists of chatting over coffee in the Pioneer room, a game of table tennis in the game room or perhaps a dance in the rustic Rendez- vous room sponsored by one of the many organiza- tions or clubs. The student center is the meeting place for clubs, gatherings for banquets and a variety of other activities. College Campus Carnival is enjoyed by all Substitute instructor takes over 61 Track meets provide spring enjoyment for students I'm not so sure you gave me the right amount Marge Bernie Karen Bonnie CHEERLEADERS 511mm 319L121 iiWhatis the matter with the team?', demand five energetic girls of the crowd. To which reply comes, iiTheyire all right." ' This year marks an especially grave loss to the cheerleaders, their leader, Marge Simonson. Marge has been cheerleading four years and of those, she has been head cheerleader two years. Under her guidance, cheers have received a special boost. She had worked diligently with her group, and spirit has never been so high in cheerleaders as it has been in the few previous years. Away games have been better attended by cheerleaders than ever before. This year,s motivating team of leaders are: Berna- dette Cleary, Karen Zimmerli, Nancy Seeley, Bonnie Maurer, and Marge Simonson. 63 Nancy FOOTBALL 522mm 5pm! The Pioneer football team began practice un- der the direction of head coach, Lester tButchy Leitl, and assistant coach, Dale Dixon. Gone this year from the coaching staff was John Barth. The coaching staff greeted a young and inex- perienced team. There were letter-men at a number of starting positions with freshmen and sophomores backing them up. In the opening game, Whitewater State trav- eled to Platteville as defending State College champions. They showed much of last years power as they defeated the Pioneers by the score of 27-0. Mud, mistakes, and Roger Johnson of Whitewater deprived the Pioneer fans from watching iiPioneer Pete" at his best. Coach Leitl and assistant coach Dixon greeted the boys the following week with one thought; you can be a better sport as a winner than as a loser. The team approved with a 13-6 win over University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The blue and orange started slowly with mistakes slowing down the attack. Rick Malson,s pass to Bob Baetz gave Platteville their first score. John Kirchgassner gave the Pioneers a 7-0 lead by kicking the extra point. The Leitlmen stopped U.W.M. in the last half with good desire and a strong defense. Jerry Schliem made the final score with a 37-yard run. A determined Pioneer team traveled to Eau Claire State for their homecoming. They met a spirited Blue-Gold team. Platteville scored first with a 20-yard pass from Rick Malson to Ron Green. John Kirchgassner added the all-impor- tant extra point to give the blue and orange a 7-0 lead. Eau Claire then fought back to tie the score at 7-7. The Pioneers showed good de- termination in this game. After a mistake they always picked themselves up and came back fighting. The game ended in a bone-crushing 7-7 tie. 64 Most valuable player Milt Bakken 21nd Co-captains, Rick and Doug a1, Quite a pile-up Oh, to be just a little taller Stout State was our guest for homecoming. They proved to be unwelcomed guests as they beat our Pioneers by the score of 32.21. The game was wide open with the bounce of the football leading to three touchdowns. The ball again seemed too hot to handle. Rick Malson played another line game by hitting Bob Baetz and Milt Bakken for touchdown passes. Bob Sullivan picked up a Stout fumble to score Platte- ville's other touchdown. John Kirchgassner's steady toe kicked all three of the extra points. Platteville traveled to Stevens Point to play at the Pointers homecoming. C.S.C. was ready for this game as they beat us 33-6. The blue and orange played in- spired ball the first half only to fall behind 14-6. The second half proved to be a different story as the Pointers came back with vengeance. They scored three well-earned touchdowns while holding Platte- ville at bay. Plattevillels lone touchdown came late in the first period on a pass from Rick Malson t0 Milt Bakken. The Pointer defense then kept the Pioneer offense in the hole with the use of a very strong line. 65 The girls in action Cheering for our side Here are the boys, where's the ball? mntMmimd flaunt: An injury-ridden but determined Pioneer eleven played Oshkosh as the final conference opponent. This also was the fourth straight homecoming game which they had played in. The three previous ones were at Eau Claire, at Stevens Point, and Stout at Platteville. In the first half, the Titans dominated the game completely. They put together two sustained drives to take a 12-0 lead at half time. The second half proved to be a dilferent story. First the defense gained honors by stopping Oshkosh on the two-yard line. Later in the same period, Don Mance intercepted an Oshkosh hand-olf and carried the ball to the Titan 32. Rick Malson then went to work by throwing a touch- down pass to Bob Baetz. This made the score 12-6. This proved to be the final score as both teams played very fme defense in the fourth period. The final game of the year was played with Carth- age, a non-conference opponent. The tiBig Redii won over our Pioneers by the score of 13-6. The game's three touchdowns were all scored by way of the for- ward pass. Rick Malson hit Bob Baetz with a 20-yard pass to score Plattevilleis touchdown. Defense was very important with both teams being outstanding. The Pioneeris Jim Meyers intercepted two passes in leading the team on defense. Block that kick Fumble! 67 You're not going anywhere Block that runner Three, two, one, blast off! 68 BOTTOM ROW: C. Hasz, F. Bins, M. Bakken, D. Marnocha, R. Malson, R. Raetz, R. McVay, I. Meyers, F. Harness, R. Morris, D. Nance, R. Martin. 2nd Row: L. Reed, D. Schultz, L. Bibow, J. Murphy, J. Schliem, K. Grauvogl, T. Caldwell, J. Kirchgassner, R. Sul- livan, E. Ruef, J. Beskc, E. Seefeldt, R. Crandall, G. Steinke, E. Staskal, L. Messer, Ass't Coach D. Dixon, E. Sokolowski. 3rd ROW: R. Hodge, G. Gast, K. Eckerman, K. Schuyler, W. Birkett, K. Rohr, B. Suess, R. Green, D. Amberg, D. Troxel, T. Mchrmott, S. Mone taba, D. Murphy, R. Lien, G. Messer, A. Weigel, R. Kahl, G. Battels, R. Daentl. 4th ROW: Coach L. Leitl, C. Hosking, R. Jabs, G. Hawkinson, R. Walters. 3001.641! Mild '60 Sept. 24 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1Whitewater 27 Platteville 0 Oct. 1 .JMilwaukee 6 ,,,,, Platteville 13 Oct. 8 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Eau Claire 7 ................ , ,,,,,,, Platteville 7 Oct. 15 .............. akStout tHomecominQ 32 ,,,,,, Platteville 21 Oct. 22 ..... Stevens Point 33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Platteville 6 Oct. 29 ............. Oshkosh 12 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Platteville 6 Nov. 5 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, hCarthage 13 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Platteville 6 atHome games The football season on paper didn1t 100k success- ful. There was much more to these games than can be written. These young men played their hearts out for Pioneer College. They were young, inexperienced, and many of them new to the ways of a different coach. As they came to know each other, their team- work and potential came forth, with hard work and perseverance the reason. When the best is brought forth only one thing can be achieved, 11Successh. Rick, looking for a target 69 70- Gay, giving his best CROSS COUNTRY Winning Sewn The Pioneer Harriers completed their third suc- cessive winning season since Cross Country returned as a varsity sport. Their three year total is 20 wins, 6 losses, and 2 ties. This is a fine record even for a school which has had Cross Country for a number of years. This past year saw the Pioneers win 11 of the 1?: dual meets in which they were entered. In the Wisconsin A.A.U. Meet, Platteville finished first by virtually running away from the field. In the N.A.I.A. meet held at Omaha, Nebraska, the Pioneers finished in eleventh place. The team will be losing two fine runners through graduation: Captain Elgin Bulin and Bob Schnee- berger. Both of these men contributed much to the success of the Harrier team. Cross Country is very much a team sport. From five to seven runners make up a team with the points being scored depending upon the place they finished in the race. One good runner isnlt the team; he may be an important part of the team, but he isn,t the team. In order to have a good Cross Country team, all of the men participating must do well. We had exactly that, men determined to do their best. This included all team members plus their coach, Mr. Charles tChule Winsor. 6110M 601mm Mend P O at:Whitewater State ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15 49 11a Crosse State ............................................ 15 48 INorthern Illinois .. 27 28 iRockford College ........................................ 15 50 tU.WrMilwaukee 46 atWartburg College .. . 50 ilowa State Teachers .............. 34 Mankato State ............................................ 36 23 iDubuque University .20 41 iShimer College ............................................ 17 45 University of Iowa ..................................... 38 17 lLoras College ,,,,,, .21 40 iiShimer College , . . . ,V ......... 15 48 ikMeets Won Wisconsin A.A.U. Championship Platteville lste22 points N.A.I.A. Championship PlattevillFllth Place Dual meet record-ll wins, 2 losses BOTTOM ROWE Al Frankinstein. Thomas Sack. Robert Schneebergcr, Gaylord Pm 1011, Dennis Kochcr, Vi1Iiam Hinquinet. 2nd ROW: Coach AIIHIICS VVinsor, Ken Konop, Jay Knox, Amo Stephens, Elgin Bulin, Vlcmr Raynoha, Gary Ahncrt. 314mg 32d Captains Konop and Bulin having a chat with Coach VVinsor Two Pioneers out front 72 Up in the air, Don BASKETBALL Mb: The Platteville Pioneer basketball team had many ups and downs during the season. They finished the season with nine wins and twelve losses. The Pioneers started the season in top form as they beat St. Ambrose 80-73 and Upper Iowa University 89-82. The following week the blue and orange traveled to Dubuque, Iowa to play Loras College. The Loras five took our Pioneers by the score of 76 to 71. The following week saw the Pioneers taking on two very good basketball teams. They were the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and William Penn University. The Pioneers smothered UWM by the overwhelming score of 126 to 96. The 126 points scored by Platte- ville was also a fieldhouse record. On Tuesday the team played a fine team from 'William Penn Uni- versity. William Penn won by the score of 80 to 77. This was a hard fought game going even-steven up until the buzzer sounded. The next four ball games were all played on the road. Whitewater overpowered our Pioneers in the first game at Whitewater by the score of 90-66. The next three games were played on a trip into Arkansas and Texas. The first stop, Jonesboro, Ark., proved to be unfriendly as Arkansas State beat our Pioneers by the score of 82 to 59. The following Monday saw the Pioneers playing Midwestern University at Wichita Falls, Texas. This was a barnburner but to our dis- may Midwestern came out on top by the score of 86 to 85. The following evening at Sherman, Texas, the blue and orange lost to a strong Austin College team 82 to 68. In looking over this road trip we can justly look forward to better things. The three following home games proved much more successful. The first game against La Crosse was a thriller with our Pioneers pulling it out in the last minute. The final score read Platteville 68, La Crosse 67. In the following game with Superior, a tall and sound team defeated the blue and orange by the score of 73-66. The following week saw Platteville play defending State College Conference Champions, Oshkosh. Our Pioneers litterly ran them off the floor as they pound- ed them 99 to 49. In the following two games, Platteville lost to Wi- nona State and Stevens Point by the respective scores of 92-74 and 62-48. The next week-end Platteville traveled to UWM. This is always a rough, tough, and hard fought game. This game was no exception as Don Braun became the hero of the hour. Don scored 42 points in setting a record of most points scored in one game. Don also led his team-mates in a 84 to 75 victory. The game with Whitewater also was hard fought and well played. The blue and orange overcame a large half-time lead but couldnit get the extra push to bring the game home. The final score was White- water 90, Platteville 86. Eau Claire and Stout also de- feated the Pioneers by the respective scores of 77-71 and 88-84. ' The last three games of the season proved to be the kind of basketball all Platteville fans like. In the game with Oshkosh, Platteville won by the score of 77 to 74. Platteville next played Navy Pier and won by the score of 77 to 48. The season's final was the last basketball game to be played in the men,s gymnasium. The following year will find the Pioneers in a brand new Field House. This game was the type enjoyed by everyone. Stevens Point had already cinched the basketball title and our boys were more than eager to win this one. The important thing was the final score, Platteville 75, Stevens Point 73. The season was a mediocre one with the team win- ning only 9 out of 21 games. During the year, two records were broken. In the UWM game at Platteville, the Pioneer team scored 126 points to set a one game record for most points. The second record was set at Milwaukee also against UWM. This was Don Braunis 42 points in one ball game. The team will lose through graduation, five men: Don Braun, Dick Sarbacker, Jim Stabinaw, Gary Ei- nerson, and Fred Zamzow. They will be missed ex- tremely next season. It's a point for Platteville Clear the floor for the teams Pioneer "Pep Band" 73 9ndividual 5mm Braun Horton Saqukcr liivknlnn Nohk 1111510111i115 Stu bcnuw M cycrs Snykm Johns Vikcn Ehuwmn1 ChrmUunmnl Aku11khan Zammw Kurnnnnn 74 Rebounds 1 18 206 184 351 I96 157 14 18 r. Cl'azxixlo. -v.- Total Points 495 290 287 198 1:35 131 24 22 $1 ,- I 5 11 9 1 1 I U BOTTOM RO7V: J. Penson, G. Hickman, J. Stabenaw. XV. Karrmann. D. Braun. 2ND ROW: R. MiKichan. I Snyder, T. Viken, D. Christiansnn, D. Horton, L. Noble, W. R, Sarbackcr, F. Zamzow, U. Einerson, D. Johns. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. J" 11. Ja n. ja 11. J11 11. Jan. .Ian. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 2i I0 18 25 27 bhaAmtbalI mm Opponent St. Ambrose 73 Upper Iowa U. 82 Lnras 76 Milwaukee 96 Mlilliam Penn 80 W'hitewzltcr 90 Arkansas State 82 Midwestern U. 86 Austin 82 La Crossc 07 Superior 73 Oshkosh 49 XVinona State 92 Sevens Point 62 Milwaukee 75 XVhitewaLcr 90 lizlu Claim 77 Sout 88 Oshkosh 74 U. of Illinois 48 S.cvens Point 73 Oosterhuis, Pioneers 80 89 7 1 l26 77 66 59 85 68 68 65 99 74 48 84 86 7 I 84 77 77 75 75 The shot put goes through the air for Platteville TRACK TEAM TRACK-aTiO 01222: Jim lewllea In the spring of 1960, under the leadership of Coach Chuck Winsor, track was brought back as a major sport to Pioneer College. When a new sport is started there are usually great expectations but very few accomplishments. This year was no exception. The team had good strength in the long distance runs but was weak in the other events. This didn't mean there werenit good per- formers in these events, it meant there werenit two to three men who could be counted on to win an event. The Wisconsin State College Conference meet was the high point of the year with the men from Pioneer State delinitely giving their best. Ileana! Platteville .......... 30 - Fort Campbell, Kentucky ...... 86 Platteville .......... 53 -Wartburg .. .......................... 76 Platteville .. .. 3815-Dubuque ..... Platteville .......... 22 elowa State Teachers Wisconsin State College Conference Meetw 3rd Place. GOLFeTiO 301m! Coach Dale Dixon in his first year as golf coach for WSCIT enjoyed the first winning season since golf was brought back as a varsity sport. Mr. Dixon previ- ously was golf coach at Wisconsin Tech. The Pioneers lost two matches, each to two very gobd golf teams; St. Ambrose and Loras. They tied Milton in the first match, then came back to swamp them in the second. The rest of the season was very successful with the orange and blue defeating Shimer and Iowa Wesleyan once and the University of Dubuque twice. The prospects for the ,61 season look very good as most of the team is returning. llecoltd Pioneers 5V2 ............................................................ Loras 23V: Pioneers l4 ..................................... U. of Dubuque 4 Pioneers 4V2 ................................................... Loras 23y2 Pioneers 7V2 ....................... Milton 7y2 Pioneers ..... Iowa Wesleyan 3 Pioneers ..... St. Ambrose l7 Pioneers Shimer 2 Pioneers 21 ................................................ U. of Dubuque 0 Pioneers 171A ...... Milton 1A, Pioneers 4 . St. Ambrose l5 Won 5 Lost 4 Tie 1 State Meet ................................................................ Ninth Place GOLF TEAM lST ROW, L. to R.: Warren Hanak, Greg Schmitz, Dan McAloon, McKichan, Bill Oosterhuis, Jack Horton, Tom Lucus. Bill swinging away Dick Ellis, Coach Dixon. 2ND ROW: Pat Basler, BOTTOM ROW: Baplest Vescio, Dave Chin. 2ND ROW: Chuck Misky, Gordon Tyriver, Jim Bartholf, James Krenak. 3RD ROW: Tom Reese, Tom Lee, William Danielson, George Moore, Coach John Barth. TENNISeTiO WW The tennis team under the leadership of John Barth opened the season with a win over Shimer College. They then lost five straight matches to La Crosse, Loras, and Dubuque University. The team reached their peak at the end of the season. They lost a hard fought match to Loras College by the score of four to two. The final event was the state meet. The team played their best tennis of the year as they finished third. WM! Pioneers 7 .................................................................. Shimer 0 Pioneers I La Crosse 8 Pioneers t ........... Loras 8 Pioneers U. of Dubuque 7 Pioneers 2 ...................................................................... Loras 4 Pioneers 2 .................................................... U. of Dubuque 7 Won 1 Lost 5 State Meet ................................................................ Third Place 78 What a serve! BASEBALL 150 8m up! Under the leadership of Coach Lester Leitl, the Pioneer baseball team had 21 below par year. The team started slowly by losing to Loras, 14-2, and Oshkosh, 5-1. In the next three games, the team played very good ball as they defeated Oshkosh, 2-0; Milton, 4-2; and Loras, 4-3. The next four games were heart breakers. In the double-header with University of M'isconsin-Milwau- kee, they lost two close games by the scores of 0-4, and 4-6. The team ended the season by playing Stevens Point in a double-header. These were two well played games as the Pioneers went down to defeat 0-1, and 2-3. flecwzd Platteville ................................................................ Loras l4 Platteville Oshkosh 5 Platteville Oshkosh 0 Platteville Milton 2 Platteville .. Loras 3 Platteville 4 Platteville 6 Platteville Stevens Point 1 Platteville Stevens Point 3 600ng gnuamuaald At W.S.C.I.T. women students may participate in five intramural activities: volley-ball, basketball, bowling, badminton, and softball. The volley ball program was the first activity with the Spartans and Kellies winning in their respective leagues. In the championship playoHs, the Spartans came out Victorious. The basketball season saw the Spartans again emerge as league champions with Aliis being second. In bowling there were two leagues. T.W.H.W. and the Bowling Buddies were the winners in their leagues. One of the highlights of the year was Nancy Lintonis 233 game. Miss Linton also led both leagues with a 155 average. The badminton tournament saw Pat Hale defend her title and win the Championship for the thild consecutlve year. Each year at the W.R.A. banquet, a major award is presented to girls who have done outstanding work in womenis athletics while attending college. The following girls received this award: Marjorie Simon- sen, Peggy Meyers, Patricia Hale, and JoAnne Govier. Ahs'ard-winners joanne, Peg, Pat, and Marge Intra-mural basketball 80 Intra-mural bowling Spring intra-mural program brings out the softball bat 971mb 9W1 Men students at Pioneer College participate in three intramural sports. They are bowling, basket- ball, and softball. In basketball there were four different leagues. At the end of the year an eight team tournament was held. It was composed of the top two teams in each league. A group of Madison boys who called them- selves the iiSuitcaselrsf, came out on top. The bowling league enjoyed a close and interesting year. Going into the last week of bowling, there were five teams with a chance for the championship. The W.I.T.s set a number of records plus winning the championship. They rolled a high game of 1,005 pins. In this game Bob Bollant rolled a record 289. He also set a series record of 688. His teammate, Norm MeGinnis also rolled a 233. This was the third consecutive year that the W.I.T.s won the league championship. 81 Orqcmizaliom S'I'UDENT GOVERN I NC BOARD 5mm .90an! The Student Governing Board has a number of duties and powers which it must discharge. Through its association with other organizations, it is con- stantly striving to improve the quality of student government. Good student government means an interested and dynamic student body. The board occupies the first floor oHice in the Student Center. Members of the board are present in the office during the day. The purpose of the office is to provide a centralization point where the students can confer with members ot the board con- cerning their problems and suggestions. It also serves as a point of intormation to students and organiza- tions concerning social functions. The officers are: Robert Church, president; Peggy Myers, vice-piesi- dent; Linda Millman, secretary; and Marge Simonson, treasurer. John Somerville, Church. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Scely, Miss Hugunin, Linda Millman, Marge Simonson. 2ND ROW: Bryon Riemer, Michael Pick, Mr. Sprmlling, Chuck Miskey. Jerry Conley, Karen Doering, Boh BOTTOM ROW: David Tollaksoin, Gerald Anderson, David Davi;, Frank Harness, Leland Holm, Thomas Halloran, Philip Knobcl, William Doyle. 2ND ROW: Ronald McNutt, Wilfred Klippel, Kenneth Kellogg, Virgil Noordyk, David Jones, Patrick Flanagan, Delbert Wagner, Dave Phillips, Sherwood Williams. 3RD ROW: Duane Walsvick, Rolland Tjugum, Jim Wejcman, Robert Schlicsman, David Oudyn, Tom Jordan, Robert Nicholson, Ronald Roberts, James Bartholf. 4TH ROW: Frank Statz, William Hamann, Clayton Pinkham, Darrel Amberg, Chuck Bilkey, Robert Baetz, Daniel Burnard, Virgil Pufahl, Joseph Guenther, Gordon Kcup, Richard Thics. 5TH ROW: Arlen Ewers, LeRoy Gerl, Richard Rodtke, David Simley, Jerry Schweiner, John Mocn, Dean Christianson, Edward Wilson, Francis Gotz, Dean Hampton, Bill Gronley, Ken Tjugum. I.A.A. Satudlut $40 Acquainting students with the opportunities in the field of Industrial Arts Education and Industry, and stimulating their interest is the main objective of the Industrial Arts Association. To qualify as a member, a student must have been enrolled in the Industrial Arts Department for at least one semester and be voted in by the members of the association. The oHicers presiding over this yeafs ninety-three members are Patrick Flanagan, president; Clayton Pinkham, vice-president; Ronald Roberts, secretary; David Davis, treasurer; and Robert Baetz, sergeant- at-arms. This year the association sponsored the Sawdust Ball, a float in the Homecoming Parade, and a field trip. BOTTOM ROW: Albert Swain, Stanley Lien, John Bcrtling, Leo Holland John XVoltcr, Robert Cropp, Ken Castlebmry Marc Krohn, Leon Glasbrenncr. 2ND ROW: Ronald Daentl, Tom Kilen, Bill Romundson Milton Garbisch Eugene Hawkinson Merlin Gentz, Gerald Spaanem, James Hay, Albert Hales. 8RD ROiV: Tom Whalley, Bernard Hcibcl, Robert Swain, Clarence H2152, Samuel Hardin, Thomas Krucger, Everett iVerth, Paul Kalb, Carroll Ehrke. 4TH ROXV: Larry Blair, Ty Quadc, Max 0105011, John Foley, Mark Powers, Henry Bosscnbrock, James Bradley, Dave Spargo, Joseph Disch, Roger Howell. 86 W J W As an organization the REA. deals with problems related to the instruction of agriculture or other occupations concerned with agriculture. The F.F.A. also urges its members to participate in other col- lege activities as part of their educations. Activities which occur every year include the Farm Short Course and a livestock judging team for the National Association of Collegiate Teachers of Agri- culture is selected. This years officers were: Iohn Bertling, president; Wally Monthie, vice-president; Roger Fieher, treas- urer; Leon Blasbrenner, reporter; Albert Hales and James Bradley, secretary; and Dr. Nylin, advisor. All students who are majors or minors in agricul- ture are qualified for membership. The membership rose to 233 this year. BOTTOM ROW: Gary Battles, Don Edgerton, Don Braun, Delon Brown, Patrick Kinney, David Reise, Robert Hanson, Paul Blount, David Holman, Bill chquinet. 2ND ROW: Richard Lien, Richard Bark, John Santas, Glenn Ilhost, James Beaver, Gerald Krause, Gerald Fisher, Bob Hodge, Wm. Cody, Arnold Rawson, Randy 8115. 3RD ROW: Charles McKittrick, A1 Hohnson, William Cummings, Douglas Bark, Roger Zogg, James Olstad, Ronald Schulcr, David Schultz. Fred Sampc, Gene Bass. 4TH ROW: Ed Kaderly, James DcVuH, Kenneth Von Rudcn, Richard Folbrcch, Lyle Baumgzlrlen. Jim Anderson, Richard Martin, Ranol Vcigel, Roger Fischer, Wally Mnmhic, David Johnson. BOTTOM ROW': Dave Spargo, Robert Williams, Thomas McDermott. Philip Schwarz. Phillip Hutchinson, Albert Hales, Chuck Misky. Paul Kalb. 2ND ROXV: Carol Pieplow, Jean Jessie, Nancy Willkomm. Betty Peterson. Shari Shulka, Peggy Myers, Nancy Good- rich, Kay Cairns, Martha Miller. 3RD ROXY: Dr. Knox Advisor. Nancy Cole, Gloria VVeckerlv. Marilynn Folder. Marcia Monroe, Geraldine Foster, Joyce Houston, jill Saclher, Joan Howdlc, Diana Paulson, Margaret Murray. 4TH ROW: Nancy Tousignant, Beverly Uncrll, Shirley Ma.gnino, Jane Harker, jodean Mathison, Carol Youmans, Mary Anne Trierweiler, Byron Kowitz. Ramona Scott, Joanne Robb, Nancy Coulthard, Patricia Peck. 5TH ROXV: Dcan Siedschlag. Clarence Heisz, Frank Slam Richard Stuntcbeck, Lawrence McGinley, Donald Criesmcr, James XVarczak, Wally Monthie, Merlin Ccntz, Albert Swain, Gary Sanderson. STUDENT NEA mgammz fducatwm A new organization on the college campus, the Student N.E.A. was organized to help students in education to be professional in their attitudes toward teaching. Since this is the first year such an organization has been active in this school, the activities have been mostly organizational. They have had speakers on the various phases of teaching and preparing for teaching. This organization is open to any college student who is in education. There are currently 140 mem- bers. For the first year officers, Ruth Stewart was elected president, Stanley Pauli was elected vice-president, Sherrill Munson was secretary, Wally Monthie was treasurer, and Marcia Monroe was the historian. 88 BOTTOM ROW: Elisabeth Annear. Joanne McConnell, Anna Marty, Margaret Messer, Kathleen Biddick, Sherrill Munson, Doris Hetzel, Ruth Stewart. Royalin Stewart, Carole Pittz. 2ND ROW: Alice Bredeson, Marlys Nichols, Pat Klecklcr, Eleanorc Ewers. Barbara Gibbon, Jo Ann Knight, Judy Graham, Jo Anne Klar, Norma Vnndra. 3RD ROW: Leland Eklund, Myrna Pacc, Karen Zirkclbach. Sharon Schleck, Shcrill Unke, Marilyn Olson, Marlene Dischlcr, Janet Hutchinson. Sally Hoeverman, Ann Poppy, Jane Jessie. 4TH ROW: Dennis Richman, Robert Cropp, Arlen Ewers, Barb Hartwig, Edna Slayback, Fred Sampc, Stan Pauli, Jim Olstad, Pat Kinney. Tom Krueger, Karen Kaske, Gail Jorcnby. NEA members inspect material oifered by the student chapter 89 BOTTOM ROW: Marjorie Michel. Joan Louthain, Nancy Coulthard. Marla Gorder, Myrna Pace, Norma Vondra, Carol Youmans. Charlene W'aterman, Darlene Becker, Mary VVendtlandt, Arlene Van Nana, Elaine Mueller. 2ND ROW: Sharon Durtschi. Shirley Reuler, Rochelle Burreson, Sharon Schlcck, Marilynne Otteson. Edna Slayhack, Connie Curry, Royalin Stewart. Rachael Friar. Cathryn Kenyon. 3RD ROW: Diana Paulson, Kathleen Connor, Marilyn Olson. Marlene Dischler, Shirley Bakkcn. Beverly Bluthner. Rosalie Loy. Bunnie Faivre, Jo Anne Klar, Jean Natvick, Joanne McConnell. 4TH ROTV: Barb Hartwig. jutly Duran. Marlys Nichols. Penny Meyer. Janet Hutchinson, Marilyn Hugunin, Bonnie Carden, Pauline Klein, Mina Gorsurh, Maureen McGuire, Catherine Palzkill. Student teacher explains a mathematical process ELEMENTARY-JR. HIGH 0 O O oflgn and default; The Elementary-Junior High Organization former- ly known as Elementary-Rural sparkled with new life and activity under the guidance of Dr. R. K. Woods, advisor, and Dr. Elisa Neal, social director. Jo Ann Knight, president, with the help of the other officers: Martha Miller, vice-president; Patricia Peek, secretary; Margaret Messer, treasurer; and Anna Marty, publicity chairman, filled the year with fun, frolic, and frequent knowledge for this group of teachers-to-be. Enthusiastic planning for Homecoming Started the year off with a bang. The float entitled, iiBlowini the Devilis Blues," won second prize and the stunt fea- turing dances of the itRoaring Twentiesii was enjoyed by all. The Club, much to the delight of all, also sold mums which not only increased the Homecoming spirit but the treasury as well. In November, a panel of five parents gave the members some hints on, iTWhat we as parents expect you as teachers to do with our children? The annual Spring style show this year was held in the Commons, and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The lively talk on new fashions followed by refresh- ments ended a busy and successful year. 90 , Put Tus' sun. Kay Cairns, C'lml Picplmv. Gail H'lrvcx' janc Jessie. Doris - ' lerlmm Gibbon. Elczumrc 1n . Anna Marty, J ' 111 l Mcsscr. kathlccn j 111 j . RD ROW: Ruth L'ppenu, Ann Poppy. Shcrill L711 ail Jorcnby. Man 'u'hcn Kolar, Put Quam, Pat Peck. 1TH ROW: linunerman, Shari BOTTOM ROXV: Barbara Stauffachcr. I'lvtzcl. Carol Hclt. 2ND ROXY: Pat ch Biddic Darlene Butson. Margaret Murr , Annc Tricrwcilcr. Jodcan Math 011. J0 An Knight. Wilson. Georgia W'ccdcn, Shirlty Burner, '1 10111215 MC krmotl, Robert XVilliamS. Tom Oslcrduy. Martha Miller, Jill Sacthcr, Betty Peterson . Highlight of the year, El-Jr. High banquet BOTTOM ROW: W. H. Broughton. James Sherman, Tom Christensen, Carl Schroeder, Mel Butson. Edward Wise, William Deine hammer. S. P. Khattri. 2ND ROW: Richard Ellis. Richard Derrickson. David Krohn, Bryon Kustka. Richard Sanford, Ted Cook, Wm. Elson, Roger Pierce. 3RD ROW: Peter Lidelhovcn, Richard Ptaschinski, Keith Lieurance, Kjell Olivcrscn, Michael Meadows, Donald Aluni, 'l'om B011. 972 a o g- o A.l.M.li. The student chapter of the American Institute of Mining Engineers at the Division of Technology is directly associated with the national society and the local Upper Michigan Valley section of the A.I.M.E. The societyis chief functions are to promote, direct, and maintain contacts with the mining engineers in the field and a high code of ethics in engineering practice, and to acquaint student engineers with the problems and methods of work encountered in pro- fessional engineering. T0 belong to the society the student must be in good standing and enrolled in the mining engineering curriculum. The officers of the forty-member organi- zation are: James Sherman, president; Thomas Chris- tensen, vice-president; William Deinhammer, secre- tary; and Keith Lieurance, treasurer. The organization sponsored a movie, a dance after a basketball game, a St. Patrickis Day dance, and a pancake supper and rummage sale. This spring a field trip was taken in the area of central and southern Illinois. 92 6-5-5- CIVIL ENGINEERS Student Chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers are established to help civil engineering students enrich their college courses by beginning those professional contacts and associations which, continued through life, are so valuable to the prac- ticing engineer. Membership of this Society is com- posed of civil engineering students enrolled in the Technology division of the college who pay the dues. The officers of the one hundred and thirty-six mem- bers this year are: Robert Bollant, president; John Lampe, vice-president; Dennis Dufenhorst, secretary; and Floyd Bentz, treasurer. The Society,s main activities this year included two-day field trips to Chicago and Milwaukee, an annual banquet, and special speakers and movies. BOTTOM ROXV: Richard Deinhammcr, George Paulsberg, Terry Sleigcr, Robert Bollant, Ronald Davis, Robert Baumeister, Gene Reitcr, Terry Penniston, Gary Langc, Harry Bcthke. 2ND ROW: Dick Howdle, Fred While, Floyd Bentz, jack Robb, Cletus Glcnnon, Dalc Green, Thomas Wilson, Ronald Bender, John Hessenthaler, Donald Clickner 3RD ROW: Clyde Bryant, Donald Fahmcy, Jerry Loulhain, Michael Aldag, Raymond Sciler, James Pochlman, Stephen Yankee, Barry Hynd, Roger VVestra, John Somervillc, Brian Blcskuchek. flail 512qu BOTTOM ROXV: Ronald Sweet, Gordon Helmcid, Roger Peterson, Philip Sherman, Donald Schroeder. Dale Rice, Dale Scchcr, Dick Kitto, Leslie Moffclt, Gary Slcinke. 2ND ROW: William Lovcldcc, Reese Riddiough, William Ernst, John Roudebush, Clifford Mlollcrslorff, Ron Van Natta, John Jones, Karl Gucnthcr, Ray Hahn, Ted Richards. 3RD ROXV: D. J. Pickett, John Rathert, Kenneth Kalschcur, Dennis Dufendorsl, Alan Elm, Norman McGilmis, Robert Kelley, Thomas Lee, Donald Anderson, Eugene Mortimer, Don Panclti. PHI ETA SlGlNlA MOW attainment Phi Eta Sigma promotes a higher standard of living and encourages high scholastic attainment among the freshman men and women of this institution. All freshmen who earn a 3.5 average for their first semes- ter in school or a 3.5 over-all average for the first full year of school are eligible to join Phi Eta Sigma. The organization offers a year long free tutoring service for freshmen. The club also conducts a Fresh- man Orientation program on "How to Studyi' and makes a pamphlet 0n how-to-study available to fresh- men and others who would like it. There is also an annual initiation and banquet. This yearis officers are Phil 'Karrmann, president; Stanley Ewing, vice president; Bill Oosterhuis, secre- tary; Gary Sanderson, treasurer; Albert Swain, corre- sponding secretary; Terry Ingram, senior adviser; and Dr. Harris, faculty advisor. There were 41 members at the beginning of the 1960-61 school year, and 13 new members were initiated on February 28, 1961. Phi litu Sigma conducts "New College Name" p011 BOTTOM ROW: Albert Swain, 'llom Whalley, 01'1le lidge, 'l'errem'e Ingram, Phil Kurrmunn, Lawrence Lomux, Edward Wise, Virgil Pufahl, Albert Hales. 2ND ROXV; Gary Sanderson, Richard 'lihies, Harlan Pederson, Roger Steiger. Cletus Glemlon, Karl Guenther, Ron Van Natta, Robert Swain, Stanley Ewing. 3RD ROXY: Kenneth Kumlert, Dale Sechcr, 'l'ed Cook, Bryon Kuslku, lflm'tl Benlz. Bill Ooslerhuis. Gary Boeltner, Ron Sleiger, Dunuld Schroeder, Terry Pennislon, Tom Kilen. A VET'S CLUB dimmed Jam Now in its second year of existence on the camp- us, the WSCIT Veteran's Club meets with the in- tent of bringing together the students who are veter- ans 0f the armed forces. This club was organized to give the veterans an opportunity to voice their opin- ions on school affairs. Thirty-two veterans compose this school and community service organization. Activities for the school year include the color guards in the Homecoming Parade, the Jazz Festi- val, four school dances, two hayrides, and a movie. David L. Swanson was elected president, and Charles Wienkers served as vice-president. Members elected Pat Hannaford for secretary and Larry De Math for treasurer. Membership is open to any student who has served eighteen months of active duty in the U. S. armed services and is twenty-one years of age. BOTTOM ROW: Donald Ayer, Larry Hammer, John Foley, Larry DeMuth, Nasser Kiarang, Joseph Disch. 2ND ROW: William O'Kecfc, Carl Madscn, Dave Swanson, Merlin Casey, Erwin Zweifel, Dennis Hessner. Pat Hannaford not pictured. 95 s ' t q t BOTTOM ROXV: Judi Schneider, Judy Brewer, Jan Erb, Virgenc Vogcl. Kathleen Connor, Sully Hucvcrman, Ceanne Schmicdcr, 2ND ROXV: Rochelle Burrcson, Cynthia Gicrhart, Mary Eberhardt, Carole Rccsc. Stephanie XVcst. Judith McCarville, Judy Coylc. 3RD ROW: Katherine Harrell. l,inda Millman, Suzie Keller, Marilyn Hugunin, Judy Paar, Gretchen Kolzlr, Shirley Rculcr, Vancy Cole. 4TH ROW: Muriel Mocn, Connie Curry, Karen limmerli, Judy Offcrduhl, Lynne Peacock, Murcia Cranes, Bernadette Clcury, 'll'rry Suda, Karen Kaske. Alhenaeum Campus Carnival "Kissing Booth" ATHENAEUM cultuaal 9mm Providing social experiences, fostering educational principles, cultivating interest in the arts, and pro- viding training in parliamentary procedure are the purposes of the Athenaeum Society. Qualifications for membership include such items as being in good scholastic standing. The officers of this yearhs forty- member club are Judy Parr, president; Ceanne Schnei- der, Vice-president; Gretchen Kolar, secretary; Berna- dette Cleary, treasurer; Marilyn Hugunin, reporter; Judy Coer and Stephanie West, program chairmen. This yeafs activities included a Homecoming stunt, carnival booths, a trip to Chicago, entertaining vari- ous campus groups, inviting in guest speakers to speak to the members of the club, and raising money for a scholarship by sponsoring a dance and selling sta- tionery. BOTTOM ROW: Gerald Gast, John Bertling, Byron Kowitz, Don Ayer, Bruce Erickson, Gary Battles, Dave Knox, Tom Whalley, Bill Henquinet. 2ND ROW: Chuck Misky, Ken Anderson, David Davis. Milt Bakken, Fred Zamzow, Gary Einerson, Mark Montaba, Gene Seefeldt, Jim Erickson, Bob Vincent mot picturedi. 3RD ROW: Ronald Duentl, Marc Krohn, Ken Konop, Robert Doeringsfeld, Mark Powers, Delon Brown, Tom Hollatz, Wm. Cummings, R. D. Gamble. What will the mouse do? PHILADELPHIANS Developing responsibility and civic and social co- operation by promoting school service and fellowship is the purpose of the Philadelphians. Any male stu- dent with one semester on campus and a C average is qualified for membership. The officers are: Gene Seefeldt, president; Gary Einerson, vice-president; Fred Zamzow, treasurer; Delon Brown, secretary; and Mark Krohn, sergeant-at-arms. Their main activities during the year are a float in the Homecoming parade, sponsoring a basketball game, a caroling party with Athenaeum Society, a wrestling match with the L.S.P.is, the annual Mardi Gras in the spring, an installation ceremony for new members, and annual banquet at the second semester, and a joint party with Athenaeum, Kariathethes and L.S.P.'s in the spring. There are 40 members in this active organization. 97 KARIATETHES . Ring Toss booth draws in proceeds for Kariatethes pmmate KHDWH The Kariatethes is a womenis society that is or- ganized to achieve the Eualities set forth by the seven women of Kariatet es. It is also to promote greater cooperation and understanding between the college faculty and the student body, to provide addi- tional social, intellectual, and recreational activities for college women, and to secure better participation by the student body in all college functions. The society is open to forty-five sophomore, junior, and senior girls. There are forty-three members now. No one shall be excluded from membership on the basis of race, color, or creed. Among the many activities for the year were a formal and informal initiation tea for new mem- bers constructing a float for the Homecoming parade, sponsoring a home basketball game, a Christmas party to which gifts were brought for needy children, plus a banquet for the members. Officers for the first semester were: Midge Gorsuch, president; Mary Noble, vice-president; Margaret Messer, secretary; Jeanette Kilkelly, treas- urer; Bonnie Carden, historian; and Joanne McCon- nell, publicity chairman. Second semester officers were: Mary Noble, presi- dent; Joan Howdle, vice-president; Marcia Monroe, secretary; Carla Lewke, treasurer; Karen Doering, historian; and Marge Simonson, publicity chairman. BOTTOM ROW: Murcia Monroe, Sharon Blumer, Mary Noble, Irene Otani, Marleen Williams, Joan Howdle, Janette Kilkelly. 2ND ROW: Bonnie cherson, Kay Hayes, Sharon Schlcck, Margaret Messer, Ramona Scott, Carla Lcwke, Joanne McConnell. 3RD ROW: Karen Doering, Gail Jorcnby, Jane Harkcr, Ann Poppy, Pat Kleckler, Mary Sue Doll, Shari Shulka, Hedwig Zimmennan, Carol Kirch. 4TH ROXV: Mary Anne Trierweiler, Mina Gorsuch, Nancy Linton, Barb Hartwig, Joyce Houston, Marjorie Simon- son, Janice Nyhus, Bonnie Carden, Pauline Klein. BOTTOM ROW: Walter Aebersold, David Tollakson, Jim Meyers, Royce McVay, Virgil Noordyk, Don Voss, W. A. Buttery, Advisor. 2ND ROW': Wilfred Klippel, Don Braun, Clarence Hasz, David Schultz, John Olson, Frank Harness, Harry Friedli. 3RD ROW: Thomas Flynn, Jack Snyder, T cd Schafer, Larry Reed, Ed Ruef, Ge rald Spaanem, Elgin Bulin. 4TH ROW: Keith Eckerman, Robert Baetz, Tom Lucas, David Horton, Dean Christianson, Larry Noble, Richard Sarbacker, John Horton, Doug Marnocha, Bob Scheele: L.S.P. 5W Jamal Promoting cooperation between the students and faculty and encouraging students to participate in school functions and activities are the main objec- tives of the Les Sans Prejudice club. The Christmas Formal was sponsored by the L.S.P.s. They also spon- sored a basketball game, co-sponsored the L.S.P.- Phillie Wrestling Matches, a float in the Homecoming parade, and banquets. The officers this year are Frank Schwulst, president; Dick Sarbacker, vice-president; Don Voss, secretary; Dean Christianson, treasurer; Rick Malson, sergeant- at-arms; and Virgil Noordyk, reporter. The L.S.P. is the brother organization of the Kariatethes. Joey Paradiso and his band provide the music for the annual LSP formal 99 S.A.P.S. PM W ilSee you at the game? The purpose of the Student Athletic Publicity Service is to advertise athletic func- tions of the school and to boost student interest and school spirit. The main activities of the S.A.P.S. are: selecting the HPioneer of the Week? which is based on an ath- leteis outstanding performance the previous week; giving an award to the organization which has done the best job of advertising a home basketball game; Parents Night, the parents of all the members of the basketball teams are honored at one of the home games; Dad,s Day, at a home football game the fathers of all the football and cross-country athletes are hon- ored; and reporting the progress of our athletic teams by splitting a fifteen-minute radio program. The S.A.P.S. is open for membership to the entire student body. The officers of the forty-member club this year are: Chuck Miskey, president; Larry Reed, vice-president; Cindy Gierhart, secretary; and Bob Doeringsfeld and Bill Romundson, sports publicity directors. Lli'lleliRMENS CLUB Umity ctettclm Any student who has won a varsity letter and has been invited may become a member of the Letter- menls Club. This applies to a letter won in any sport. At present there are seventy-two members. The of- l'icers for the year were: Dick Sarbacker, president; Larry Bibow, vice-president; Jim Meyers, secretary- treasurer; and Fred Zamzow, program chairman. Their advisor is Mr. Barth. The purpose of the club is to foster and promote athletics. The club acts as a spokesman for the col- lege letterman, negotiates with the various governing bodies of the college concerning athletics, and pro- motes fellowship among the athletes. Each year a banquet is held for all members and coaches. BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Maurer, Cynthia Gierhart, Karen Zimmerli, Bernadette Cleary, Kay Cairns, judy Graham, Mary Ann 'lihym. 2ND ROW: Charles Winsor, Al Johnson, Gerald Conley, Sam Hardin, Richard Doeringsfeld, Charles Misky, William Zahn. 3RD ROW: Nancy Linton, Mary Anne Trierweiler, Joyce Houston, Romundson, Carroll Ehrke. Marjorie Simonson, Larry Reed, Bob Doeringsfeld, Bill CIRCLE K 542 mime the are giving you the safe-driveris award? These are words drivers hear as they are commended on their safe-driving practices by the Circle K. Every other week this club gives out a safe-driving award to a local driver. Besides the award, the club shows movies on Communism, renders its services on and off campus, and invites guest speakers. The Circle K is a new service organization on cam- pus this year. Any male student in good scholastic standing may become a member. The officers of the 22-member club this year are: James Bartholf, presi- dent; Dale Rice, vice-president; James Sherman, secre- tary; and Larry Reed, treasurer. 29st g Joint banquet between Circle K and Kiwanis BOTTOM ROW: James Poehlman, Robert Cropp, James Sherman, Richard Sanford, William Lovelace, Paul Kalb. 2ND ROW: Larry Reed, Bill Romundson, John Heberlein, Roy Shaver, James Bartholf, Robert Bollant, Dale Secher. 103 BOTTOM ROW: Dean Siedschlag, Marvin Carlson, George Nordahl, Isabel Edge, Ron Stciger, Gordon Boeck, David Johnson. 2ND ROW: Gary Sanderson, Leland Eklund, Dennis Richman, Stanley Ewing, Terrence Ingram, Lee Powell, Ronald Whitmore. 8RD ROW': Kenneth Bollerud, Wayne Wunderlin, Frederick Krantz, Jeff cherlein, Robert Hoffland, Roger Steiger, Phillip Hutchinson, MATH and PHYSICAL SCIENCE 5timulatth 9W1 The Mathematics and Physical Science Club is composed of students who are interested in stimulat- ing and supplementing interest in mathematics and the physical sciences. Although one does not have to be a mathematical genius to join this club, the membership is limited to students who are majoring in mathematics or the physical sciences. The thirty members put on a stunt for homecom- ing, sponsored a basketball game, and held meetings e on such topics as radioisotopes and Chemical Bond Electronics Lab equipment Approach chemistry. Officers for this year were: Gary Sanderson, presi- dent; Wayne Wunderlin, vice-president; and Dennis Richman, secretary-treasurer. The first Tuesday of each month is set aside for the meetings. 104 PIONEER DEBATERS gntelzcollcqiata mmuhq ' WSCIT was represented in intercollegiate debat- ing this year for the first time in several years. Nine students were active on the debate squad and com- prised a new organization, Pioneer Debaters. Two debating teams, orange and blue, were formed, and each team competed in several major tournaments. Pioneer Debaters sent teams to the following tourna- ment: University of Wisconsin Novice, Illinois State Normal University, Eastern Illinois University, River Falls, the Delta Signa Rho tournament at Madison, and the Wisconsin state championships at Whitewa- ter. Members of these teams also competed in contests in oratory, public discussion, oral interpretation, and radio news commentary at several of the tournaments. In addition, a home-and home debate contract with the University of Dubuque was completed. A high point in the season was the public debate on campus with a touring team from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Public debate with the New Zealand touring team BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Richman, Russ Lang, James Wejcman, Roger Richman, Mark Powers. 2nd ROW: Karl Leglar, Thomas Butcher, Thomas Jonas, James Coomber, Mr. Smith. 105 STUDENT WIVES The Student Wives hold their meetings every third Thursday of each month. Speakers 0n chosen topics address the women. The wives attended the lecture given by a well-known hair stylist which was a part of the Woments Program Series. They also attended a buffet supper at the home of President and Mrs. Ullsvik. The objectives of the Student Wives organization are: to promote greater friendship between student wives; to provide additional social and recreational activities for student wives; and to promote worth- while projects for the college and the community. First semester officers were: Joy Newman, presi- dent; Alice Aluni, vice-presidem; Kathy Bossenbrook, secretary; Sue Gilbertson, treasurer. Second semester officers were: Alice Aluni, president; Rita Kelley, vice-president; Judy Ballant, secretary; and Lu Anne Anderson, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Hanson, Judy Meyers, janicc Sarbackcr, Kay Zweifel, Lu Anne Anderson, Kathryn Disch, Alice Aluni, Daryl Chady, Joan Craffoot. 2ND ROW: Sue Mohr, Joyce Foley,Lynnc Marking, Freda Kruschke, Barbara Reeder, Sharon Lien, Sharon Paul, Beth Burmaid, Gloria Colo. 3RD ROW': Anna Mae Mulcahey, Faye Reed, Mary Schomburg, joy Newman, Mary Schroeder, Colleen Nicholson, Judy Fremont. judy Bollant. 4TH ROXV: Kathleen Bossenbrock. Judy Dillon, Janet Olson, Carolyn Schroeder, Rita Kelley, Gumli Chriscnscn, Elsie Krohn, 5TH ROXV: Carol MCGinnis, Judy Forscth, Dorothy VVienkers, Karen XVilliams. 106 BOTTOM ROW: Mark Roloff, Robert Stockhurger, Mr. Jared. 2ND ROW: Perry Martens, Winston Sabin, Tom Stockburger. PIONEER LANCERS 514410111 60ml: Providing an opportunity to do custom work on cars such as lowering, taking the trim off hoods and trunks, and painting, the Custom Car Club is open to students who own cars and are students of the col- lege. The club works on the cars in the Spring of the ear. A custom show, showing the finished work, is the highlight of the year. Officers for the year were: Mark Roloff, president; Winston Sabin, vice-president and treasurer; and Ray Stayley, secretary. There are presently five members in the club. BOTTOM ROW: Davc Chin, Habib Amin, S. P. Khattri, Nasser Kiarang, Suad Hidayah. 2ND ROW: Valentine Mitchell, Hrair Avakian, Hossein Tabatabai, Ozcan Bulut, Tawfig Chihade. COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Ullmcfandd All students from outside the continental United States make up the members of the Cosmopolitan Club. They meet once a month with their faculty advisor, Philip Buchanan, to discuss the many cul- tures and customs of the various members. From this arises the main purpose of the club, to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of the cul- tures among the members, the college faculty, and the student body. Although the membership of the club is limited to students from other lands, its members are encour- aged to join other campus clubs and thus share their thoughts and ideas with the rest of the student body, and to better acclimatize themselves to the ways of American life. Several of the members have gone to surrounding Platteville communities to give talks and show Hlms on their homelands. 108 Foreign students are entertained at the home of President and Mrs. Ullsuik BOTTOM ROW: Suad Hidayah, Joanne Bobb, Habib Amin, Sharon Henthorn, Tawfig Chihade, Tom Lundeen. 2ND ROW: Bone nic Rayford, Dave Chin, Nasser Kiarang, Ozcan Bulut, Hrair Avakian. 3RD ROW: Valentine Mitchell, Bob Phillips, Hossein Tabatabai, Russ Lang, Richard Horn, James Warczak, Frank Simonie. I.R.C. 24th dnmbmm This year marks the 24th anniversary of the Inter- national Relations Club on the Pioneer campus. This organization was formed in 1936 as an outgrowth of the Round Table, a forum devoted to the study of domestic and foreign problems. Besides discussing world affairs, the I.R.C. was in- strumental in starting the Student Governing Board, a college cafeteria, drives for funds for needy stu- dents overseas, and for the Crusade for Freedom. Delegates from the local club attend the Mid- Western Conference of International Relations Club each spring in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan or Wis- consin. Local delegates also represent a country at the model United Nations Conference in Madison. The I.R.C. holds regular meetings on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 7:30. Mr. Thomas Lundeen had taken the place of Mr. Luther Zellmer as faculty advisor. Mr. Zellmer has been with the club since its formation. Students and faculty members interested in the discussion of the critical world situations are invited to attend and join in the discussions. 109 YOU NG DEMOCRATS WW 0ngsz This year the Young Democrats Club was actively involved in the campaign for President Kennedy and other Democratic hopefuls on both the local and the national level. During the year, Senator Proxmire and Governor Nelson were sponsored by the Young Dems to appear on campus. Senator Proxmire came to the campus in December, and Governor Nelson in November. The club also was an active promoter for the mock election held on campus in November. The Dems participated in the R.L.O. Campus Car- nival by having a booth. The organization promotes a better understanding of the world politics and gives its members a chance to express their ideals in united action to further the reputation of the Democratic Party. It affords an opportunity for students to attend conventions, local, state, and nation wide, and promotes the study of politics on a pro-con basis. It is the oldest political organization on campus and has stimulating lectures and activities planned for next year. This years officers were: Robert Haskins, president; James Olstead, vice-president; Mary Sue Doll, secre- tary; and Beverly Unertl, treasurer. Mr. Dale Vin- yard was the faculty advisor. BOTTOM ROW: Dick VVunderlin, Carol Hawkinson, Bob Haskins, Mary Doll, Bev Unertl. 2ND ROW: John Rielly, Mike Faherty, Mike Ponyicisanyi, Clifford VVolterstorff. YOUNG REPUBLICANS 690th on campua The main purpose of the Young Republicans, student political group on campus, is to better in- form its members and the student body of the work- ings of the Republican party on the local, state, and federal levels. This organization also gives its memr bers the opportunity to meet and work with the rep- resentatives of the state government. All of its mem- bers are encouraged to support Republican candi- dates on the state and national levels. Young Republicans, under faculty advisor Harry Fletcher, meets once a month. T hrough this organi- zation, several prominent speakers have been brought to the Pioneer Campus to speak to the faculty, stu- dent body, and interested people from the commu- nity. Such people as Senator Wiley, Senator Travis, and the Assistant Postmaster General, have spoken here this year. A mock election, conducted through the co-operate efforts of the Young Demis and Young Republicans, was held during the last part of October just before the National Elections were held. Officers for this year were: Jerry Conley, president; Bill Zahn, vice-president; Nancy Goodrich, secretary; and Russ Lang, treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Ronn Josh, Elisabeth Annear, Judy Graham, Nancy Goodrich, James Cook, David Johnson. 2ND ROW: Dennis Richman, Nancy Cole, Penny Meyer, Carolyn Schuldt, Gerald Conley, Gerald Fisher. 3RD ROW: Paul Baumgartner, William Zahn, Daniel Huntley, Russ Lang, Dennis Pratt, Bill Romundson, Gerald Meier. lll BOTTOM ROW: Linda Millman, Roberta Breylingel,Roya1in Stewart, Katherine Harrell, Rosalie Lov, Rita Hughes, Charlene Waterman, Diane Runaas,A1'lc11c V2111 Nana. 2ND ROXV:Ma1y A1111 1111111, Ravmonda Lewis Bonnie Maurer, Sharon Durtschi, Judv lec, Pat Hale, Barbara Bowers, Louise B1gger,Donna Hutter. 3RD ROXV: Joanne G01i61,Joa11ne Beach,Bc1nadettc Clea1'y,Cla1ibel luciiclholz, Bc1c1'ly B11c1111e1,Shar011 Iarso11,Mari11n Huguni11,Maurcc11 McGuire, Sue Fitzsimons, Kalen limmerli. award. BOTTOM ROW: Susan Kollcr, Miss Helene Hansen, Pat Hale, Pat Hanna- fm'd. 2ND ROW: Mary T111111. Joanne Govier, Bernadette Cleary, Mary Martin, Juanita Pcndlcton. 1 1 112 W.R.A. 5mm anddlcdmation About one-hundred twenty-five girls, who have an interest in basketball, volleyball. softball, badminton, and bowling, are members of the W.R.A. Its sound purpose is to promote fellowship among college women according to the highest and soundest stand- ards of sports and recreation. Officers for the year were: Pat Hale, president; Pat Hannaford, .vice-president; Sue Kolar, secretaJy- treasurer; and Juanita Pendleton, publicity chair- man. Chairmen of the activities were: Linda Hoff- man, volleyball manager; Mary Martin, basketball manager; Mary Ann Thym, bowling manager; and Joanne Govier, Spring and Fall sports manager. The Spring Banquet is the highlight of the year. W.R.A. members cordially invite all women students to join their organization. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Cole, Sharyn Conley, Patrine Schlough, Joyce Jerdee, Shirley Bakken, Dorothy Niemi, Marilynne Otteson, Mary Martin, Teresa Acker, Janis Ten-Eyck, Maribeth Erickson, Cathryn Kenyon. 2ND ROW: Patricia Check, Kathryn Bourret, Mary Sander, Penny Meyer, Mary Weigel, Marcia Graves, Janet Hutchinson, Rosemary Wickler, Barbara Wise, Mary McGuire, Bonnie Fink, Pat Hannaford. 3RD ROW: Mary Boyer, Kay Peterson, Nancy Linton, Suzie Koller, Lynne Erickson, Marcia Turner, Marjorie Simonson, Sharron Clement, Ruth Alexander, Grace Rouse, Carol Youmans, Dorothy Richter, Catherine Palzkill. 113 BOTTOM ROXV: Robert Hzn'ker, Richard Derrickson, John Roudehush. Terence Steiger, Jim XVehinger, Paul Christianson, Don- ald Clickner. 2ND ROW: Norman Powers-Atlx'isnr, George Rock, Dale Secher, Thomas Stockburger, Bob Stockburger, Carlyle Hosk- ing, Fred XVhitc. 3RD ROXV: Mike Ponyicszmyi, Gary Radtke, XVilliam Ernst, Philip Sherman, Hugh Hosking, Karsten ije, Dan- iel Walters. 4TH ROW: Fred Ruettcn, Gil Knuppmillcr, David Pickett, Richard Urban, Larry Potton, M. A. Meadows, Gordon Mcsscr, Richard Parson. Working at the pistol range RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB chwn 31m nHave gun, will shootiieThe iiaim" 0f the Rifle and Pistol Club is to instruct members in the safe and correct use Of firearms. The qualification for membership is that the prospective member be a student or instructor at the college. The clubis activities during the year include build- ing a new practice range, instructing members, and training a team for competition in shooting matches. The officers this year are: Karston Vinge, president; Fred White, vice-president; Paul Christianson, secre- m - tary, Bill Knapmiller, treasurer; Phil Sherman and Paul Christianson, range officers and instructors; and Mr. Robert Harker and Mr. Norman Powers, advisors. BI-SI CLUB Me W The Bi-Si Club unites all those who are majoring in biological science and it promotes interest in the life sciences. To qualify for membership a student must be a biological science major, have a grade point of 2. or better, must have completed two courses in biological science, and must complete a semester pledge period. This yearis officers are: Marcia Graves, president; Don Griesmer, vice-president; Kenneth Taylor, secretary ;and Carol Kies, treasurer. Dr. Harold Goder is the advisor. The main activities of the Bi-Si Club are restoring the museum on first floor, bringing speakers on campus, an initiation banquet, and awarding a plaque to the outstanding senior member each spring. There is a membership of twenty-eight this year. Excellent equipment makes solving the problem easier BOTTOM ROW: Matt Marty, Carol Kies, Marcia Graves, Tcreszt Acker, Richard Quentin Hurtz, Wally Monthie, J. Peter Mullen, Byron Kowitz. 3RD ROW: Mark Monlaba, Lawrence McGinlcy, Donald Gricsmer, Daniel Huntley, Harlan Pedersun, Thomas Flynn. Not pictured: Robert Adicks, Charles Charmley, Glenn Frederick, Linda Hoffman, T0111 Hollatz, La Vern Marshall, Fred Stitzer, Kenneth Taylor, Ryan Xi'aldcnt Wumlerl in. 2ND ROW: Paul Baumgartncr, BOTTOM ROXY: Nancy Xl'illkumm, Erma Hipenbecker. Ann Lixingston, Mary Sandra, Carla Lewke. Janet Fitzsimmons, Donna Hutter. 2ND ROW: Carole Reese. Margaret Doering, Sharie Shulka. Karen Cook. Carol Youmans, Suzie Roller, Judean Mathisun, Dorothy Beckwith, P211 Hannafonl. 3RD ROXY: Richard Thomas, Tom Coltry. Perry Schwartz, James Laird, Douglas Vogel. Thomas Atkins. PIONEER PLAYERS 6 O 5 0 m am up llThe lights are dimmingscurtain going upV This is the moment for which all the Pioneer Players work. This group presents four major plays a year; each play is performed on four different evenings at the Little Theater. The purpose of the Pioneer Players is to further interest in dramatics and to give expe- rience to students who are interested in acting, scenery construction, stage lighting, costuming or make-up. Membership is open to any student in any division. Prospective members are requested to earn fifteen points before they will be qualified. This year there are forty members. The officers are: Tom Goltry, president; Brian Reemer, viee-president; Pat Hana- ford, secretary; and Carla Lewke, publicity chairman. 116 "BELL, BOOK, AND CANDLE" 1111211; 60171244 ....In October nBell, Book and Candleii by John Van Druten was presented by the Pioneer Players as their first production of the year. This lively comedy about witches had a small cast of six characters which included Luann Buschbom as Gillian Holroyd, a young witch; Gordon Robe;ts a3 Shepherd Henderson, a publisher in love with Gil- lian; Rosemary Adams as Miss Holroyd, Gillian's aunt; Perry Schwartz as Nicky Holroyd, Gillianis brother; and Robert Vincent as Sidney Redlitch, a publisher. Perry Schwartz designed the set which was built by last years advance play production class. Dr. Gau- ger directed the play and Jerry Cushman acted as student director. "GAMMER GURTON'S NEEDLE" "THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF" Jaw Alumt pimp: uGammer Gurton,s Needle," written by William Stevenson, is the oldest modern English comedy. The plot revolves around Diccon, who was a liar and has everyone fighting with everyone else over who stole Gammer Gurton's needle which is eventually found in the seat of Hodgeis pants. Diccon was played by Gary Young; Hodge, by Bernard Willkomm; Gam- mer Burton, by Erma Hippenbecker; Tib, Gammer,s maid, by Alice Smith; Cock, Gammeris boy, by Jerry Conley; Dame Chat, by Patricia Hannaford; Doctor Pat, by Jim Nalepinski; Master Bailey, by Dale Secher; Doll, Dame Chatis maid, by Carol Hawkin- son; and the stage manager was Virgene Vogel. The plot of iiThe Doctor in Spite of Himself" is the result of a fight between Squanarelle and his wife who tells persons who are looking for a doctor that her husband is one but will not admit it unless he is flogged. Resultantly he becomes a iifamous doctor? Squanarelle is played by Jerry Lewis; Mar- tine, by Eleanor Kirk and Donna Hutter; Jacqueline, by Eleanor Kirk and Donna Hutter; Geronte, by Gerald Gast; Lucinde, by Karen Cook; Leandre, by David Grunow; Lucas, by Perry Schwartz; Valere, by Harvey Thompson; M. Robert, by Robert Kahl and Russell Lang. Both plays were directed by Mr. Harold Hanson; the student director was James Kriewald. 117 aaSHE STOOPS TO CONQUER" 5W 6W asShe Stoops t0 Conquers, directed by Mr. Hansen, was presented in December. It is an eighteenth cen- tury comedy written by Oliver Goldsmith. The large cast included Erma Hipenbecker as Mrs. Hardcastle, Shari Shulka as Kate Hardcastle, Nancy Wilkomm as Constance Neville, Jerry O,Brien as Sir Charles Mar- lowe, Brian Riemer as Young Marlowe, Tom Goltry as Squire Hardcastle, David Grunow as George Hast- lings, Jerry Lewis as Tony Lumpkin, Terry Ingram as Diggory, Alice Smith as Bett Bouncer, Jean Mathi- son as Hardcastlek Maid, Marti Yoskowski as Bar- maid, Margaret Doering as Bridget and Slang, Jerry Meier as Stingo, Dale Secher as Matt Muggins, Gary Young as Roger and Tom Twist, and Edward Hansen as Aminadab and Servant. WXLL MY SONS" dwwtd winning plat; Arthur Milleris award winning play, hAll My Sons? was produced by the Pioneer Players. This play, recently hailed with success on Broadway, is con- cerned with the fortunes of the Keller and Deever families. Joe Keller and Herbert Deever were part- ners in a machine shop that manufactured airplane parts during the war. Herbert Deever was sent to prison because the company sold defective parts, resulting in the death of many men. Keller went free and became very rich while Deever was in p'ison. The cast is as follows: Tom Goltry, as Joe Keller; Peg Doering as Kate Keller; Doug Vogel as Chris Keller; Ann Livingston as Ann Deever; Dick Thomp- son as George Deever; Dick Thomas as Dr. Jim Bay- liss; Carol Reese as Sue Bayliss; Tom Atkins as Frank Lubey, and Martha Yoskowski, as Mrs. Frank Lubey. Dr. Paul Gauger was director; Jim Laird was student director. Em Orchesis members rehearse for the spring production ORCHESIS 505k; Wmmmta Orchesis is under the leadership of Miss Anna Nassif. It is an organization formed by interested members of the dance classes. The annual spring production, which was pre- sented in the Little Theater, April 19, 20, and 21 of this year, provided a tremendous variety of entertain- ing musical and dance forms. This group performed for many groups such as Pioneer Patrons. The members of this group spend many hours of labor in rehearsal for the many programs presented. They learn to provide all possible body movements in dances that will have audience appeal as well as technical proficiency. 120 GLEEMEN BOTTOM ROW: Leroy Phipps, Randy Sus, Don Chris- tensen. Robert Schmuck ,'l'errancc Kreul, Kendall Forl- ney, Joc May. 2ND ROXY: Cedric Knoke, Daniel Bur- nurd, Lyle Baumgartcn, Michael Jozefowicz, Clarence Hcisz, Russ Lung. 3RD ROXV: john Cole, Terrence In- gram, David Daniel, Steve Benton, Albert Swain. 4TH ROW: Pat Aewberry, Tom Kruegcr, Arnold Rawson, Jim Liska, John Kintz. john Sicdschlag, M.E.N.C. Jmtival of 5am; To afford students opportunity for cooperative and reciprocal professional development while still in school, to develop a practical, realistic concept of the music education profession, and to provide an opportunity to become acquainted with the leaders in music education and general education are the ob- jectives of M.E.N.C. The M.E.N.C. is an organization for any student who is interested in music educa- tion. There are forty-one members. Officers for the year were: Ruth Southard, presi- dent; Marlin Pendleton, vice-president and treasurer; Joe May, secretary; and Gloria Walker, correspond- ing secretary. The club has had special speakers and meetings with other chapters. They sponsor the iiFestival of Song each Spring in which clubs on campus sing two songs in competition for a traveling trophy. They also assist with the annual high school music festival held each Spring on Campus. BOTTOM ROM': Mary VN'emllland, Sue Fitzsimons. Penny Runkcl, Royalin Stewart, Pauline Klein, Nancy Goodrich. Diane Jenkins. Ruth Stewart. 2ND ROW: William B. 'Iiietze-Advisor, Geraldine Foster, Marion Mayfield, Lynaris Knudsen, Mary Fisher, Katherine Harrell, Janet Fitzsimmons, Erma Hipenbcckcr, Gloria Walker. 3RD ROW: Robert Scbranck, Lyle Shaker, Joc May, Lynne Erickson, Ruth Southard, Kaarcn Pcdcrson, James Liska, Terrance Krcul, Richard Fuller. 4TH ROW: jamcs Kricwald, Tom Dvorak, Marlin Pcndlcton. James Rupp. Ranol VVcigcl, Daniel Burnard, John Taylor. Orville Harvat. 121 CON CERT BAND B RASS SEXTET .5 x1434 x9 4! 2V? 22 l CLARINErF CHOIR Marlin Pendleton, Penny Runkcl, Dizmc Jones, Nancy Cook, Bonnie Ray- ford, Carolyn Schuldl, Linda Millmzm, Isabel Edge, Norma Cresson, Marion Hclmcnstcin. 9mm WOODVVIND QUINTET Mary VVendtlzmdt, Marlin Pcndlcton. Geraldine Foster, Marjorie Michel, Izlmcs Kriewald. MIXED CHOIR MADRIGAL SINGERS iced Up . . w 124 BOTTOM ROW: Stephen Yankee, James Sherman, Dale Secher, R. R. Doering. 2ND ROXV: Richard Derrickson, Dale Rice, Terry Penniston, Dick Stanford, David Pickett, Robert Doerings- feld, Philip Sherman. GEODE 0m 0; chh Official newspaper of the Tech division, the Geode attempts to inform students and alumni of the news and activities of W.I.T. The staff, advised by R. R. Doering, is composed of men in the Tech division. Although tangible rewards are few, the men feel rewarded by the valuable experience they have gained through writing. The editors are their own reporters; they write the articles, proofread them, and make the dummy sheets. Men are selected for the staff on the basis of their past writing experience. 5W Editor ........................................ Associate Editor ........ Business Manager Distribution Manager ..................... Photographers ................................. .............. Dale Secher "Dick Sanford John Meier StEVe Yankee ............. Philip Sherman David Pickett Robert Doeringsfeld Alumni Reporters ...................................................... Dale Rice Dale Derrickson ..... George Rock ......... Tom Boll ames Sherman William Wilmarth Thomas Lee Terry Penniston Faculty Advisor .................................................... R. R. Doering C.E.S. Reporter .............. A.I.M.E. Reporter .......... News Reporters ........................................ 125 We got a good one this time. Victor Lee. Lee Ekluml. Harold Carlsont James VVejcmun Rose getting helpful advice from Mr. Buchanan, faculty advismx EXPONENT Jim M 001102 The voice of the Pioneer State College student body is the Exponent, weekly publication of the student staff. Staff members seek to keep students, faculty, and alumni informed on the many aspects of life at Platteville. Between a new story and the record of the story in print are important processes. Early each week reporters turn in their news stories. During the next few days other staff members copyread, type, and proofread these articles. Everyone joins in setting up the dummy on Thursday evening. The paper is distributed by the circulation man- ager and his staff. This year special publications were featured for the alumni, Homecoming, The f. Exposeean additional iTunh publication was pub- 5: lished the week preceding Spring vacation. f9 Advisers, Philip Buchanan, Roseann XVagner 126 5W Editor-iIrChief ................................................ Rosezmn XVagner News Editor ............................................ , .......... Tom Osterdzly Assistant News Editor ....................................... Bob XVilliams Co-Feuturc Editors ............................................ Wally Monthic Gcnc Hanson Sports Editor .......................................................... Tom Hollzltz Copy Editor ............................ Judi MCCurvillc Assistant Copy Editor ..... .. ....NIUle Finncy Photography Editors ........................... Vlctor Lee, Lee Eklund Circulation Manager ............................................ Ronald Howe Circulation Assistant ................................. Ronald Jansen Business Manager ................................................ Kay Hayes Typist ................................................................... Joy Momhic News Writers .......... .Tcrry Plummcr, Everett Mlcuh, 10m Krueger, Mary Ann Hardin, Judy XVutson, Fred Sampe, Janice Nyhus Sports XVrilcrs .................................. Ken Konop, Jim Erickson, Phil Erirkson, Jim Stopplcworth, qumita Pcndlcmn Feature Writers .............................................. Joann Bongiorno, James VVnrczak, Penny Meyer, Carla Lewke Photographers .................... Harold Carlson, Al Frankenstein, Jim VVejcmzm, Ronald Howe, Carl 1510, Del Wagner Advisor ............................................................ Philip Buchanan Its been a long day. Wally Monlhic, Tom Ostcrday, Judi McCarvillc, Tom Hollatz. Rosc- ann Wagner The staff nwcting the deadline, Gene Hanson, Roseann Wagner, Editor, Robert Williams Editor Donna Glendenning and Business Manager Torn Whalley discuss hnances Staff members combine efforts in making the dummy PIONEER defaAh'nqllemltd Recording the events of the school year is the job of the Pioneer staff. Work on the book began dur- ing the summer of 1960 when the main ideas and layout were developed. During the school year, photographers snapped records of campus activity as they occurred. After the photographs had been taken and the stories w.itten, the entire staff joined in writing captions and indexing photos. Completed, the 1961 Pioneer reached the students at the end of May. q.-.IhngE-. Photo processes draw the interest of staff members Faculty :ulvisor, Mr. Manzer, inspects the final layout Copy editor, Jeannie Hanko, discusses a problem with Jim VVejcman man. may . '"mmn! . R.L.O. M'qiows am I! R.L.O. is an organization that is made up of stu- dents who are chosen by their various religious groups to represent them. The group serves to integrate church functions on campus and to make the students here at college aware of religious obligations. The organization also smooths problems between churches and the campus and brings news of the activities of the church groups to the iiExponent? It was the R.L.O. that had Wednesday evening set aside for church night. This year the R.L.O. sponsored a carnival with the I.R.C., had speakers, and sponsored an all-school picnic. Officers for the year were: James Nalepinski, president; Ruth Stewart, vice-president; Bonnie Faivre, secretary-treasurer; and Donna Hutter, pub- licity. BOTTOM ROW: Donna Hutter, Bonnie Faivre, Alice Brcdeson, Ruth Stewart, Carol Helt, W. S. Jacka Advisor. 2ND ROW: Gary Sanderson, Roger Lehner, James Nalepinski, Robert Cropp, Richard Thomas. 130 RLO members seek religious information t th ' t t' 1 ' . a C re 15 ra 1011 me g 'umtnd 5111M ?nllowdhlp BOTTOM ROW: Ruth Stewart, Joyce Diehl, Shirley Stone, Darlene Becker, Gloria Walker, Penny Runkel, Lynaris Knudsen. 2ND ROW: Connie Harrell, Tom Caldwell, Bob Hodge, Orville Harvat, Gary Sanderson, David Johnson. 3RD ROW: Kenneth Bollcrud, David Daniel, Gordon Price, James Ronnerud, Janice Sleep, Lynne Erickson, Wally Monthie. 4TH ROW: K. Peder- son, C. Youmans, T. Krueger, G. Zimmerman, C. Harms, M. Helmenstein, G. Erickson. 5TH ROW: John Taylor, Royalin Stew- art, Harold Carlson, Dave Olson, Barbara Zeller, Bruce McClain, Janet Harrell, Bob Sullivan. 6TH ROW: Lee Eklund, Jerry Schweiner, Larry Hammer, James Fcnske, Bruce Taylor, Gary Peterson, James Hay. 7TH ROW: Fred Sampe, Jim Genthe, Ron Mo Reynolds, Joseph Starrett, Richard Chartier. BOTTOM ROW: Richard Thics, Larry Blair, Rochelle Burreson, Beverly Unertl, Alice Bredeson, Tom VVhalley, M12 Johnson. 2ND ROW: Dorothy Suhr, Milton Garbisch, Ronald VVeigel, Gerald Spaanem, Robert Swain, Sharon Larson. 3RD ROW: Ernest Chrls- tianser, Albert Hales, Caroll Ehrke, Roger Zogg, Tom Kilen, Albert Swain, Francis Weeks. iuthnlzanStudmtA The Lutheran Students Association is an organiza- tion for Lutheran students of college age to gather for fellowship and discussions that help them express and deepen their faith. Meeting twice each month, one meeting is set aside for a cost supper. At each meeting there are speakers, films, and recreation. Christmas caroling, picnicking, and sending members to spring and fall retreats to represent the organization were also in- cluded in the program of the year. Merlin Gentz was elected president; Albert Swain, vice-president; Bill Romundson, treasurer; Sherrill Munson, secretary, and Alice Bredeson and Robert Swain, representatives to the Religious Life Organi- zation. ' 132 BOTTOM ROW: James Erickson, George Paulsberg, Donna Blum er, Erma Hipenbecker, Jane Jessie, Lyk Baumgarten, Merlin Gentz. 2ND ROW: Jean Peterson, Diana Paulson, Marilyn Olson, Bonnie Carden, Sherrill Munson, Jean Jessie. 3RD ROW: David Johnson, Al Johnson, Bill Romundson, Neal Riechers, Jim Olstad, Carl Bertling, Pastor, R. R. Doering. LSA Campus Carnival jail 133 BOTTOM ROW: Lana Schaal, Ann Poppy, Sherill Unke, Barbara Gibbon. Carol Click, Arlene Van Nana. Charlene Waterman Joanne Govier, Rosalie Loy, Linda Jennings. 2ND ROW': D. Pickett. Sandra Rippchen. Sandra Mcliain, Kathleen Biddick, Dar lenc Butson, Diane Runaas. Judy Graham, Janice Porter, Pat Crouse. Karen limmerli. Carolyn Schuldt. 3RD ROiV: Paul Chris- tianson, Don Christensen, Jim Kriewald, Philip Sherman, Marlin Pendelton, Tom Dvorak, Harry Koel, James Bradley, Fred Cox, David Spargo, Ben Cerney, Dave Knox, Phillip Julseth. M.W.F. mummy 02mm, 3014an M...WF is a religious organization on campus for college students who are Methodists. Meeting one night a week, this year, as usual, was filled with activity. Each Wednesday night there has been a supper followed by panel discussions, films, and other forms of recreation. Activities for this year included the annual chicken barbecue, Christmas caroling, a dance, and various programs to bring the students together for fellow- ship. Officers for the year were: Jim Kriewald, president --1st semester; Don Christensen, presidentean se- mester; Douglas McKenzie, vice-president; Nancy Finney, treasurer; and Sandra Rippchen, secretary. Joanne Knight and Robert Cropp were the represen- tatives t0 the RLO, and Kay Cairns was the state MWF representative. 134 BOTTOM ROXY: Joanne Parkinson, Elizabeth Annear, Margaret Mcsscr, Jo Ann Knight, Janet Hutchinson. Nancy Finney, Ruth chly. 2ND ROW: Fred Mcucr, Rex Gctschman, Gloria Veckerly, Deanna Davis, Sharon Nichols, Marlys Nichols, Neta Chapman, Isabel Edge, XV. S. Jacka Advis0r. Herbert H. Thompson, PastorkDircctor. 3RD ROXY: Dick Crancy, Paul Schmelling, Jim Rupp, John Leonard, Robert WHlliams, Charles chnson, Richard Derrickson, Robert Ncwman, Philip Schwarz, Robert Cropp, Harvey Thompson Methodist Church I347 gr WWW WWW C" 135 BOTTOM ROXV: Judi Schneider, Claribel Loeffelholz, Lawrence McGinley, Joanne Bobb, Robert Mitchell, Donald Griesmer, Bonnie Rayford, Ruth Uppena, Alan Klein, 2ND ROW: Kathleen Conner, Rachael Friar, Shirley Reuter, James Belongia, James Pellowski, Leo Holland, Michael Pick, Rose Digmalm, Dorothy Richter, Carol Braithwaite. 3RD ROTV: Shirley Magnino, Marilyn Felder, Marge Laufenbcrg, Frank Statz, Wayne VVunderlin, Richard Stuntebeck, Shirley Breucr, Marge Michel, Edith Haas. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is an organization to promote the interest and education of Catholic students in their religion. The club consists of 140 active mem- bers who meet every Wednesday night under the direction of the chaplain, Reverend John F lanagan. The oHicers 0f the Newman club are: president, Dick Thomas; vice-president, Ron Daentl; recording secretary, Grace Levens; corresponding secretary, Carol Kirch; and treasurer, Joe Guenther. The activities of the club consist of religious, edu- cational, and social activities including dances, din- ners, days of recollection, group discussions, and the- ology classes. The program is designed to encourage the participation of the members. The patron, Cardi- nal Newman, was one of the leading Catholic scholars of his time. 136 Newman Club officers Q 4'1: BOTTOM ROXV: Joan Louthain, Patricia Doyle, Ann Schleck, J. Baxter, Joe Guenther, Grace Levens, Ron Daentl, Joann Bon- giorno, Joan Piquettc, Roseanne Wagner. 2ND ROW: Mary Doll, Karen Duffcy, Pauline Klein, Chuck Misky, Wilfred Klippel, XVilliam Cody, James XVarmka, Richard Rockweiler, Bonnie Klar, Judy Doran, Jo Anne Klar, Marilyn Hogan, Rosemary McDonald. 3RD ROW: Pat Flanagan, Joe May, Andrea Ekdahl, John Condon, David Rcisc, Bcrnard Hcibcl, Jeff Hebcrlcin, Jim Liske, Don- ald Frank, Tom Halloran, Robert Scbranek. Club members combine efforts in preparing the annual spaghetti supper 1M RESIDENCES Elam away ham ham Bruce Willkomm, Haven Williams, Gerald Kreutzer, Steve Rasmussen, Dick Werndli, Pete Mullen. Not pictured: Tom Schmedeman. w o BOTTOM ROW: Dean Hampton, Don King, Tom Vikcn. Edward Wilson. thm w 2nd ROVW: Rowan Hollis, Kenneth Tjugum, Charles Bilkcy, R. Vincent, Terry Tuschcn. BOTTOM ROXV: Rick Malson, Dick Sarbuckcr, Milt Bakkcn. Doug Marnu ch11. 2nd ROW: jim Erickson, Francis Rock, Richard Lien, Tom Hollatz. ISO'lquM ROXY: Jerry Wultcr, Robert Hilcll. Ruben declc. Larry Chrisv lcnscn. 2nd ROXY: Cyril DosRochcr, Ken Schuyler, Edward Staskal. Wendell Severson, Bill Danielson, Larry Reed, Pat McCarragher, Lyle Amon- Jenv amok. 71404.21: Elam BOTTOM ROW: John Carpenter, Dean Palzkill, Scott Jameson. 3 ya 2nd ROW: Carroll Ehrke, Kelly Heibel, Bill Romundson. 0x w 141 Michael Faherty, Dave Knox, Bill Nichols, Walter Calvert, John Riclly, Mer- 0 lin Casey. w gamma Jaw William Briggs, Richard Briggs, Milton Garbish, Walter Reasa, Stan Ewing, Albert Swain. 142 BOTTOM ROW: Rochelle Burreson, Diane Livingston, Jean Peterson, Pat Kleckler. 2nd ROW: Ruth Uppcna, Ann Poppy, Jenny Elmer, Linda Johnson. BOTTOM ROW: Barb Hartwig, Marcia Monroe, Jane Harker, Faye Hirsch ingcr, Joanne McConnell. 2nd ROW: Elisabeth Anncar, Mary Noble, Virgenc Vogel, Carole Rccse, Wand Sharon Schlcck, Margaret Schirmer. 3rd ROW: Sharon Blumer, Beverly Unertl, Bonnie Faivre, Gail Jorenby, Carla Lcwkc, Carol Kirch. 143 JoWw Manon llThe beauty of the house is order; The blessing of the house is contentment; The glory of the house is hospitality? This quotation described Longfellow Manor in the Exponent, October 13, 1953. This house, con- sisting of three floors, was built by a leading Platte- ville banker who patterned it after author Henry Wadsworth Longfellowls home in Massachusetts and landscaped it with Colorado Blue Spruce trees. This picture of Longfellow Manor also appeared in the Travel Section, Chicago Sunday Tribune on January 30, 1953. In the fall of 1953, Longfellow Manor was ready for occupancy and became the first large off-campus residence for PSC women, with an enrollment of over one hundred women in the past eight years. Resi- dents have received a good share of honors and have participated in all college activities. Officers this year are: Shari Shulka, president; Nancy Willkomm, secretary; Karen Ward, treasurer. Mrs. Harry Brecker is House Director. 144 fit .wgJ M , f 5, 4 V ?W l ' s ' f , , jx mwwsm, 7 BOTTOM ROW: Roseann Wagner, Judith Brewer, Mary Eberhardt, Shari Shulka, Jo Ann Bongiomo. 2nd ROW: Stephanie West, Connie Stuessy, Pat Hale, Mary Martin, Pat Hannaford, Carole Pittz. 3rd ROW: Ramona Scott, Mary Thym, Gretchen Kolar, Karen Ward, Carley Ertel, Nancy XVillkomm, Ccannc Schmieder. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Zimmerli, Bernadette Cleary, Sharon Larson, Bar- bara Bowers, Rita Hughes. 2nd RO'N: Shirley Magnino, Judith Williams, De Anne Stuessy, Marilynn Felder, Marlene Dischler, Shirley Breuer, Pat Klassy. 3rd ROW: Sally Hoeverman, Karen Kaske, Sherill Unke, Marilyn Olson, Janice Nyhus, Lynne Hunzicker, Terry Suda, Carol Hawkinson, Grace Cole, Carol Click, Diana Paulson. villa 480th 225 North Hickory Street. This is the address of Villa Bonetta. Villa Bonetta is home to twenty-four girls and their houseparents, Mel and Esther Treg- loan. Of course, one canlt leave out Tami and Terry, the Tregloads two children. Villa Bonetta is one of the newest off-campus resi- dences for women. It began functioning in the fall of 1959. Villa Bonetta means llhouse beautiful," and the girls living there all think their home is beautiful. The house contains nine rooms all of which are in a different color, the houseparentls apartment, a re- ception room, a kitchen, and a recreation room. In the recreation room there is a washer, dryer, T.V., hi-fi, and pop machine. The bedrooms are decorated in colonial, maple furniture, and there is room for three to four girls per room. FIRST FLOOR BOTTOM ROW: Joanne Altmann, Bonnie Maurer, Patrine Schlough, Lynaris Knudsen, Penny Runkel, Darlene Becker, Royalin Stewart, Judith Anderson, Polly Knight. 2ND ROW: Diane Runaas, Rachael Friar, Dorie Hetzel, Jan Schloemcr, Wanda Anderson, Claire Harms, Margaret Messer, Grace Zimmerman, Gail Harvey, Sharon chthom, Pat Quam. 3RD ROW: Elaine Mueller, Raymonda Lewis, Rosalie Loy, Mary Hicks, Charlene XVaterman, Jean Carswell, Irene Otani, Marion Mayiicltl, Ellen DeW7itte, Janet Hutchinson. 4TH ROXV: Jean Natvick, Bonnie Victora, Mary Mathys, Sharron Clement, Mary Anne Tricrweilcr, Martha Miller, Jo Ann Knight, Lillian Tugalicod, Marilynne Otteson, Georgia chden. BRIGHAM HALL Agnes Otis Brigham residence hall for 150 women has, as usual, bustled with activity the past year. With Asa M. Royce Hall, Brigham Hall, as it is most commonly called, had a Christmas caroling party and launched the annual Dameis Week including a Las Vegas flavored fun night and culminating with the Dame,s Ball. The womenis dormitory entered a float in the Homecoming Parade and once again this year helped to beautify the campus with the clever art work on the front window. The hall also was the scene of several teas given in the honor of visiting guests to our campus. At Christmastime, the annual Christmas party for the residents featured carols, exchange of gifts, and a Santa Claus. Officers for this year were: Irene Otani, president; Grace Zimmerman, vice-president; Marilyn Hugunin, secretary-treasurer; Sue Goodell, social chairman; and Kay Cairns, publicity chairman. THIRD FLOOR BOTTOM ROW: Mary Maves, Patricia Doyle, Maribeth Erickson, Janis Ten Eyck, Dorothy Nicmi, Pat Kanaha, Barbara Zeller, Barbara Stauffacher, Patricia Stoltz. 2ND ROW: Mary VVcigel, Karen VVesselkamper, Marilyn Hugunin, Karen Zirkelbach, Geraldine Foster, Shari Wilson, Rita VirLuc, Pat Boyle, Jodean Mathison, Shirley Bakken, Charlotte Stenner. 3RD ROW: Terry La Mere, Susan VVenzel, Roberta Breylingcr, Janet Rupp, Ann Schleck, Kay Boyle, Joyce Jerdee, Marcia Turner, Patricia Check, Karen Duffey, Kathy Bourrct, Vicky Stevenson, Marcia Skinrood, Alice Smith, Kay Cairns, Anna Marty, Carol Pieplow. BOTTOM ROW: Carol Helt, Sharon Livcngood, Judy Graham, Ellen Anderson, Betty Peterson, Joyce Spiclmzm, Joyce Houston, Peggy Raughl, Suzanne Manson. 2ND ROW: Sharon Durmchi, Patti Mann. joyce Trecek, Sally Ritenour, Sarah Appleby, Janet Bulin, Pat Luxton, Sarah VVil- liums, Avis cher, Arlene Van Nana. 3RD ROW: Cathryn Kenyon, Judy Stratton, Muriel Bablcr, Doris Sanderson, Sharyn Conley, Kathleen Connor, Judi Schneider, Jean FitzGerald, Nancy Brown, Jo FitzGcrald, Suzi Goodell. 4TH ROW: Mary Klipp, Sandra Tschanz, Carol Corriveau, Kelly Kcliikoa, Claribcl Loeffelholz, Karen Colby, Diane Jones, Judy Skare, Ruth Alexander, Beverly Buchncr, Joyce Helms, Ruthanne Shultis, Donna Aiken. 147 FIRST FLOOR SECOND FLOOR BOTTOM ROW: Nathan Bloom, John Mitchell, Ron Havlik, Doug Lueck, Dennis Davis, VVaIlacc Isen- sce, Vic Lcdcrcr. 2ND ROXV: Gerald Conley, Frank Zillner, Gerald Zuhlke, Jim Way, Harland Witlwcr, James Krcnck, Jerome Kumba, Dave Holman, Harlan Keehner, Ron Jones. 3RD ROW: Leland Holm, Clyde Bryant, Richard Frost, W'illiam Zalm, Art Myers, Lee Eklund, Ed Kaderly, Fred Johnsnn, Leroy Phipps. 4TH ROW: Fred Krieg, Jim Warczak, Leon Kutz, Gerald Meier, Michael Hoff, Ronald jabs, LeRoy Wosuba, Eldon Lee. 5TH ROW: James Katzman, Bob Ivey, Dennis Pratt, Robert Nelson, James Huffman, Kenneth Von Ruden, Kenneth Lawrence. BOTTOM ROW: M. Thompson, P. Golden, Don Hartman, Stan Hamilton, Ron Jansen, John Johnson, Don Brink, Gerald Mullen. 2ND ROW: James DiVall, Robert Hanson. 3RD ROW: Jiles Cole, Gary Gray, Bernard Johnson, Roy Johnson, Louie Antoine, James Hartman, James Reese, Lee Powell, Ron VVhitmore, Steve Benton. 4TH ROW: Charles Hassel, jim VVejcman, Ed Bray, Vic Reichmann, Richard Prieve, Robert Churchill, Paul Jacobsen, George Sucss, Eugene Peer. 5TH ROW: Paul chdrickson, Wendell Comer, Robert Glass, John Burns, Norm Schultz, David Johnson, Randy Sus, Richard Appert, J. Mathew Bourne, Harold Carlson, David Mornison, Gary Gast, Dave Hofsteen. 6TH ROW: Robert Kalvelage, Larry Seymour, Edward Hansen, Bob Garske, Jim Coomber, Jim Anderson, William Seyler, Tom Jonas, Robert Murzyn, Bill Rameker, John Englesby, Jim Stoppleworth. 'rHIRD FLOOR BOTTOM ROW: Bill Stevenson, Gary Erickson, Paul Waggoner, 'l'zlwl'ig Chihadc, Lowell Thomas, Ron Bender, Don Kohr. 2ND ROW: John Kirchgassncr. Thomas Wilson, William Piltz. Dick Mickle. Ralph Bluemel, Jim Olson, Carl Petty, Bob LaHaie, Jim Young. 3RD ROW: Terry Galle, Dennis Richman, David Julseth, Wayne Johnson, William Helberg, Albert Frankenstein, Mike Ponyicsanyi, Dave Phillips. 4TH ROW: Patrick Newberry. Dennis Jack, Ervin Benish, Randy Redenius, Turner Games, Ben Sten- ner. Roger Richman, Tom Atkins, John Elser, John Hesscnthaler. George Nordahl, Fred Warnke, Bill Boyd. 5TH ROW: Dennis Pfeil, Bill Pricbc, Francis Gatz, Roger XVestra, Lawrence Lomax, Larry XVilms, Joel Wilson, Gene Reitcr, Richard Folbrccht. ROYCE HALL O 0 51151111114, unmmnqu Of the many things we learn in college, learning to get along with people is one of the most important things. Sharing, borrowing, giving, and understand- ing are by far not the least important of the benefits that we gather from living with people. Royce Hall, the largest residence for men on cam- pus, has been the scene of a great deal of activity this year. Being the home of 202 industrious men, this is the first year the hall has really participated wholly in Homecoming activities. This year a Hoat, a second-place stunt, and for the first time, house decorations gave the residence hall the prestige that should be associated with a dormitory. Not satisfied with stopping at Homecoming, the men in the hall went on to present, in cooperation with Brigham Hall, a Halloween Dance, a beautifully successful Christmas Dance, and a spring dance. The hall also has had a bowling league this year. Officers for this year were the following: Jerry Meier, president; Jiles Cole, vice-president; Bob Garske, treasurer; Dennis Richman, secretary; Jim Wejcman, athletic director; and Leland Eklund, so- cial chairman. SEATED: James Wejcman, athletic director; Robert Garske, treasurer; Gerald Meier, president. STANDING: Lee Eklund, social chalrman; Dennis Richman, secretary; Jiles Cole, vice-president. 149 ' W $NWm-Amw m m. 6 - Classes SEN IOR CLASS WIDMW The members of the senior class of 1961 look for- ward to their year of graduation, but with regret upon seeing the year pass so rapidly. We entered school in mid-September and Homecoming was soon upon us. A senior float was executed for the parade suggesting a clown bobbing two opponents in his hands. Shortly afterwards the social committee of John'rerrancc Lampc the class sponsored a dance in the student center, Civil Engineering another.tr1umph for the class. ' President The flrst semester passed too lapldly and soon there was the appointment of committees for the senior banquet, gift, and graduation. The gift committee chose to buy new draperies for the main auditorium as their major gift, an addition of money to the Student Loan Association, and several minor gifts. The Senior Banquet held in the student center was looked forward to with excitement and every- one was pleasantly awarded. The menu was well prepared and the evening moved rapidly with con- tinuity supplied by the master of ceremonies. It is with sadness in our hearts that we graduate and leave the place we have come to like so much during the past four years. Melvin061051311150" Summer graduates receive diplomas Mmmg ETLKiWMing from President Ullsuik Vicc-Presulent Marjorie Ann Simonsou Swrondary Eduraiian Secretary T homas Marvin Lec Civil Ifngineermg T reasurer Erven C. Lee Induxlrial Arts Education John Daniel McAloon Secondary Education Carol Longhorn Waterman Secondary Education Eugene L. Plocssl Agricultural Education Donald Edward Pauscr Civil Engineering Ann M. Livingston Secondary lfduculirm Frank Joseph Milz Secondary Educalion Gary Thomas Kics Industrial Arm Ann Kathryn Poppy Iilmurnlary Education John F. Heberlein Sermzdury Ifduralion Joyce Darlene Butson Iilmnmzlmy Education Marlin E. Pcndlemn .S'rrmldary Education 0P0rg6 Oliver Gray lilmnenlmy lidumlion Marilyn Ruth Hogan Iflmnmzlm'y Eduralmn James Edward Klingcr Civil Engineering Mary Ann Noble lflz'mmztury Education Jane A. Burton Elementary Education David Lee Spargo Agricultural Education Patricia Ann Peck Elmncnlary Education Roger E. Hauser Industrial Arts David G. Stephans Patricia C. Kleckler John E. Cottingham Karen Kaske Dennis Lee Field Ronald C. McNutt Industrial Am lflmnentary Education Agricultural Ifdurntimz lilmm'nlury Edumlion Industrial Arls Induxlrial Arts Qail Merry quenby Warren Wesley Brewer Linda Elaine Holtc Ben Thomas Temple Peggy Lee Myers Donald Clifford Braun Ialmnmzlnry Izdumlwn Semndnry Iidumtion Iilmnrntmy Edurulion Iilmnenlm'y Ifdumlion IilmnmzlaryEdumlion Agricultural Edumlion Watching James Phillips Seeley Civil Engineering Roger Charles Christensen Mining Engineering: K k Richard F. Glendenning Secondary Education Donna Ensch Glendenning Elementary Education Patrick Joseph Hampton Industrial Arts Elaine Marie Doering Elementary Edumtion Joseph John Cullen Elementary Educatiun Roger Arthur Steiger Arls and Science Ronald Paul Steiger Arts and Science Mina Ann Gorsuch Elemen tary Education 154 Eugene Dale Seefeldt Industrial A rts Judith C. Frey Secondary Educulimz plattwillc gnaw Raymond R. Thatcher Secondary Education Laura Ward Daugherty Elementary Education Byong Hoon Kim Arts and Science Edna Jeanette Slayback Elementary Education George A. More Secondary Education Terrence N. Ingram Secondary Education Marlene Tr? Dischler Elmnentary Education Robert Lee Ray Agricultural Education Barbara Ann Gibbon Elementary Education Fred Fink, Jr. Agricultural Education Robert William Warn Ioseph Leo Flottmcyer lflmnenlary Edumlirm . Roger Leveme logg Civil Engineering Agricultural Edumfion Robert O. HofHand Arts and Srience Dalhart T. Holzhueter Agricultural Edumlion JoAnn Knight Iflemcntmy Education Donald Thomas Clickner Penelope A. Theisen Civil Engineering Secondary Edumlimz Philli H. Hutchinson Richard A. Rodman .S'rrom m'y Edumtinn Arts and Scienre Civil Engineering 156 Gary Alan Boetmer James C. Laird Secondary Education Robert James Bollam lohn I. Condon Secondary Education Secondary Education Sharon Ann Wanless Secondary Educalion Ronald T. Peterson Agricultural Educulion Chester David 'Ibllaksnn Francis john Rock Imluxlrial Arts Gail l,imler Kicpp SI'Hmtlary Iiduratiml Am- and Srience Merlin Gcnc Gcml, Agricultural Iidumlion Albert Loren Hales Agrirullurul Iidumlion .S'erondury Edumlion Fred C. lamznw Indush"al Arls William Owen Hastert .S'rromlrlry Edumlion Richard D. Schambow Eugene Merle Mortimer Agricultural Education Civil Engineering Carol Platt Kies Mark Alfred Langkamp Janice Anita Sleep Agricultural Educalimz Srcondary Education Andrea H. Ekdahl Howard T. Buchanan Bachelor of Scienre Technology" Dennis L. Damrau Industrial Arts Ramona Faye Scott Secondary Education Elgin A. Bulin lnduxlrial A rts Education Nancy Greenwood lilemen fury Education Judith Ann OHerdahl Elementary Education Cecil George Reedy Secondary Education Roseann Wagner Iilmnenmry Education Don E Panetti Civil Engineering Donald Paul Anderson Civil Engineering Sharon Ann Laufenberg Elementary Education Glenn Irvin Tessman Industrial Arlx Karen Kay Stickler Elemenlary Education Cary Ernest Lange Civil Engineering Carla Elizabeth Lewke Secondary Education John William Moen Industrial Arts Sally Ann Hoeverman ElrmenMry Education Anona Mae Jones Elemen wry Education James Edward Sherman Mining Engineering Teresa G. Acker Secondary Education Fred G. Sampe Agricultural Education 157 Samuel Ernest Hardin Agricultural Education Joseph N. May Secondary Education James Jerome Wickler Industrial Arts Education Linda Jean Hoffman Secondary Iidumtion Sherwood J. WHlliams Industrial Arls Iidurution William John Cummings Agricultural Education Sharon Dell Shulka Sterondary Education Terry Charles Albert Industrial Arts Jluzudtimateqoa! Nancy Jane Tousignant john F. Jones Douglas Dean Vogcl KjellL.01ivcrsen Dale Delbert Rice ldlcnwntm'y Education Civil Engineering Secondary Education Mining Engineering Civil lingim'rring Frank Joseph Schwulst Paul Victor Lake Bonnie Ann Severson Jack Michael Robb Judith Ann Paar Agricultural Education Arts and Science Elementary Education Civil Engineering Elementary Education 158 Roger Leo Peterson Civil Engineering Theresa Stluka Olig Secondary Education Dale Richard Green Civil Engineering Thomas A. Whalley Agrirulluml Education Paul George Dedic SI'rzmdary lfdunlliml Milton Carter Bakkcn Imlmlrial Arls Judith Ann Hanson Damrau Symndm'y Iiducalion Robert Earl Nevel Agricultural Education mailaumhiwnd Richard Charles Wepking Gerald John Waelti Nancy J. Coulthard Terence Eugene Steiger Terry Lynn Penniston Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Elementary Education Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Lyle Martin Baumgarten Geraldine L. Baumgart Carole J. Pittz Marvin Eino Perala Floyd David Bentz Agricultural Education Elementary Education Secondary Education Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Marcia Lee Graves Secondary Education Douglas Carson Bark Agricultural Education Richard Dean Moody Industrial Arts Hailu Hapte Sez'onrlary Education Gary XVaync Einarson Secondary Iidumtion Robert John Schranek Secondary Eduration Robert Arthur Phillips Semndury Edumtion Darlene Ray Sermulary Iiduz'ulion Allan Klein Scronda'ry Education Randolph Yoshio Kobayashi Secondary Ifdumtion Marjorie Ann Olcson Arts and Scit'nre Richard Irving Sarbucher Serundary Edmwlian 160 Gerald Louis O'Brien Secondary Education James Charles Kuhn Mining Engineering William Herman Hamann Industrial Arls Iidul'lltiou Robert Joseph Mitchell Agricultural Edumtion John Henry VVciscl Alining Engineering Lawrence Edward McGinley Secondary Education William R. Henderson, Ix Secondary Education Margaret Emma Messer Elementary Educalion Robert Stephen Murphy Civil Engineering Martha J. Miller Elemen tary Education Daniel G. Hauser Elementary Education Carol Ellen Pieplow Elementary Education Ronald LeRoy Van Natta Civil Engineering Carl Thomas Schroeder Mining Engineering Catherine Ann Hayes Elemenlary Education Daniel Dean Burnard Induxtrial Arts Wayne John Wunderlin ANS and Science Larry Seihan Higa Civil Engineering Patricia Joyce Ewers lilzmzentm'y Education John Butler Newman Secamlury Education Lynn Annclly Peacock Iilmnenlury Education Orlyn Paul Edge Arls and Science Sharon Ann Krohn Elementary Education Henry John Bosenbroek Agricullural Education 161 Charles Burdcttc Groom Elementary Iidumlion Lawrence Charles Bibow Induxlrial Arts Ernest Jon Christiansen Agricultural lddumlion Susan Krohn Keller Secondary lidumrion Robert Maurice Foley Agrirulluml lfrlurrrllirm Terry Lee Jones Agrirulturrll lfrluruliun Nancy Jo Cobum Elementary Ifrlur'uliun Gerald Lynn XValtcr Bachelor of Sriencc Robert Ward Church Civil Engineering Robert Vincent Indmlrinl A rtx Virgil Vernon Noordyk Induxirial Arts Wayne R. Stordahl Civil Engineering David B. Holcomb Agricultural Education Roger Victor Grunow Civil Engineering Gerald Peter Oslerhaus Induxtrial Arts Patrick K. Kinney Agrimtllm'ul Education Barry Lee Hynd Civil Engineering Roland Richard Radlkc Indmfriul A rfs Rolyn K. jorgenson Agricullural Education Jerome Jon Cushman Secondary Education Patrick Joseph Murphy Semndmy Erluaztion 100W Iowans! Theodore John Richards Civil Engineering Glenn Alfred Frederick .S'zrrmldury Education Marion E. Helmenstein lilmnmtlm'y Iidumlion Ronald chning Inrluxtrial Arlx Fredrick Roger XVhitc Civil lfnginu'ring Robert T. Lee Agrirulluml lfrlm'alion Raymond L. Hahn Civil Engineering Joan Miller Howdle Sarmulmy Education Carol Ann Youmans Ia'lmm'nlury Education Robert W. Schneeberger St'mmdury Education Daryl Edgar Burrow A rls and Sricnce Mary Elizabeth Tackcs lilr'nmnlary Education Byron Lewis Kustka Mining Engineering Nancy Goodrich Smmulary liducalion Thomas Scott Goltry St'rrmzdm'y Education 101th Ronald M. Evans Agricul 11ml Education Juanita Dorene Penzlleton Semndary lfdumlion Gary Dean Novinska lmluxh'iul Arls Carl Matlsen Arfs um! Sriz'nrr Robert L. Nicholszm Industrial Arts Kenneth R. Kundert Syronrlnry Iidumfiarl Blanche Elaine Frank Secondary john Michael Joyce Civil Engineering Ruth Elaine Southard Serondary Education Don Merwin Troxel Seconda ry Education, Thomas Edward Christensen Mining Engineering janette Helene Kilkelly Serondary Eduratiml James E. Stabenaw Serandary Education Clayton Eugene Pinkham Industrial Arts Shirley Reuter Elemen tary Education John Edward Greenwood Agricultural Education Young Ah Lee Arts and Science William Brey Brachman Mining Engineering Donna J Chandler Elementary Education George A. Wallenkamp Secondary Education Patricia Allen Hannaford Secondary Education David Jon Krohn Mining Engineering Wallace Arnold Monthic Agrirulluml Education Kathleen Mary Biddick Elementary Education Robert H. Thomas Serondary Education Michael R. Serge Agrirullural Edumlian Marvin Carlson A rls and Science Jean 1. Jessie Elementary Edumlion Jane A. Jessie Elementary Education Daniel Louis Schober Semndary Edumlion Gordon John Keup Ceannc Mary Schmieder James A. Ronnerrud Joseph XV. Dresser Industrial Arts Elementary Education Agricultural Education Civil Engineering Patrick M Flanagan David George Bartels Industrial Arts Doris Pauline Zwickcy Richard Paul W'underlin Agricultural Education Elementary liducalion Secondary lidumlion John Furlong... Industrial Arts Roger Owen Lehner Dale Darwin Secher Secondary Education Civil Engineering William John Truesdale Donald George Voss Industrial Arts Industrial Artx Mary M Eberhardt Michael A: Meadows Elementary Education Alining Engineering . . . Any mants death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. . . . John Donne Students and faculty of Pioneer State College were saddened by the death of John Furlong in January of this year. A first semester senior when he died, John was majoring in Industrial Arts and minoring in Art Education. Friendliness and sincerity were two qualities out- standing in John. During the time he had attended Platteville he had become familiar to all and a close friend to many. 165 AGRICULTURE Bark, Douglas C. Lancaster FFA Bartels, David G. Potosi FFA Baumgarten, Lyle M. North Freedom FFA, Ver Club Bossenbroek, Henry J. Brandon FFA, Vet's Club Braun, Don Granville, Ill. FFA, Lcttermen, LSP, RLO Christiansen, Ernest J. Iola FFA Cottingham, John E. Boscobel Cummings, William J. Gays Mills FFA, Philadelphian Evans, Ronald M. Dodgeville Foley, Robert M. South Wayne FFA Gentz, Merlin G. Juneau FFA, RLO, NEA, YGOP Greenwood, John Mineral Point FFA Hales, Albert L. Granlon FFA, Phi Eta Sigma, NEA Hardin, Samuel E. VVausaukcc FFA, Lettermcn, SAPS Holcomb, David B. Readstown Holzhueter, Dalhart T. Watertown FFA, NEA Jones, Terry L. Stitzer FFA Jorgenson, Rolyn K. South Wayne FFA Kinney, Patrick Soldiers Grovc FFA, RLO, NEA Klein, Alan J. Cuba City FFA 166 5mw'ndctioitica Kolar, Kenneth J. M uscoda Langkamp, Mark A. Po tosi FFA Mitchell, Robert J. East Troy FFA, Philadelphian, Glccmen, Young Dem. Monthie, Wallace A. Columbus Biological Science Club, Exponent, FFA, NEA Nevel, Robert E. Richland Center FFA, Philadelphian, Vet's Club 0 Keefe, William J. Wisconsin Dells FFA, VeVs Club Olstad, Jim W. Edgerton FFA, RLO, NEA, Young Dem. Peterson, Ronald T. Ferryville FFA, Gleemen Ploessl, Eugene L. Bloomington FFA, Young Dem. Ray, Robert L. Darlington FFA, Vet's Club Ronnerud, James A. Darlington FFA Schambow, Richard D. Platteville Schwulst, Frank J. Hartford Exponent, FFA, Lettermen, LSP Snorek, Gayland C. Elroy Sorge, Michael Blue River FFA, RLO, NEA Spargo, David Mineral Point FFA Stephens, David M. Argyle Thatcher, Raymond R. Lake Geneva FFA Whalley, Thomas A. Hancock FFA, Philadelphian, Phi Eta Sigma, Pioneer, RLO, Band Zogg, Roger L. Viroqua FFA, Pioneer ARTS AND SCIENCES Austin, Robert Madison Bauch, Davis Rockford, Ill. Carlson, Marvin Janesville Math Sc Physical Science Club Charmley, Charles Madison Edge, Orlyn Platteville AIME, Math 8: Physical Science Club, Phi Eta Sigma, NEA Fink, Frederick W. Darlington FFA, Lettermen, Vet's Club Haskins, Robert Lancaster Heberlein, John F. Fennimore Math 8: Physical Science Club, RLO, Circle K Hoffland, Robert Fennimore Huntley, Daniel Freeport, Ill. Ingram, Terrence N. Apple River, 111. Math 8c Physical Science Club, Orchesis, Phi Eta Sigma, Pioneer Players Kim, Byong Hoon Seoul, Korea Cosmopolitan Club, IRC, Math 8.- Physical Science Club Kraus, John Muscoda Lake, Paul Prairie du Chien Lee, Robert T. Darlington Lee, Young Ah Seoul, Korea More, George A. Richland Center Mullikin, Shelby J. VVauzcka Oleson, Marjorie A. Cobb MENC. Orchesis, Pioneer Choir Palzkill, Arthur Darlington Palzkill, Norbert Mineral Point FFA, Vet's Club Palzkill, Thomas Mineral Point F FA Pick, Michael A. Prairie du Sac Math 8c Physical Science Club SGB Rock, Francis J. Mineral Point Exponent, Lettermcn, Math 2L- Physical Science Club Rodman, Richard A. Walworth AIME Steiger, Roger A. Potosi Math 8c Physical Science Club, Phi Eta Sigma Steiger, Ronald P. Potosi Math Sc Physical Science Club, Phi Eta Sigma VVunderlin, Wayne J. Plattcville Math 8c Physical Science Club ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Barton, Mary S. Plattcville Baumgart, Geraldine L. Neccdah Art Club, El-Jr High, RLO, NEA Biddick, Kathleen M. Madison EIJr High, NEA, Glee Club Burton, Jane Ann Fcnninwrc Butson, Joyce Darlene Plattcville El-Jr High, Glee Club Coburn, Nancy J. Whitewater El-Jr High Coulthard, Nancy J Livingston El-jr High, NEA Cullen, Joseph J. Platteville AIME, Eljr High, NEA Daugherty, Laura Ward Boscobel El-Jr High, WRA David, Jacqueline M. Platteville Davis, Mary E. Fcnnimorc Doering, Elaine M. Baraboo Art Club, Athenaeum, El-Jr High, Pioneer, WRA Eberhardt, Mary Lancaster Athenacum, El-Jr High, RLO, WRA Ewers, Patricia J. Muscoda Gibbon, Barbara A. Rewey El-Jr High, NEA, Glee Club Glendenning, Donna Ensch Shullsburg Art Club, Athenaeum, Pioneer, NEA Gorsuch, Mina Arlington El-Jr High, Kariatethes, RLO, WRA, NEA Cray, George 0. Cuba City Greenwood, Nancy Kieffer Mineral Point. Eler High Groom, Charles B. Plattevillc Hauser, Daniel G. Cuba City Hayes, Kay A. Apple River, 111. El-Jr High, Exponent, Kariatethes Heim, Ruth Kelly Shullsburg Helmenstein, Marion E. Madison Exponent, RLO, Band, Chorus Hetzel, Doris Spring Green El-Jr High, NEA Hoeverman, Sally A. North Freedom Athenaeum, NEA Hogan, Man'lyn R. Arena Holte, Linda E. Platteville Jessie, Jane A. Prairie du Sac El-Jr High, NEA Jessie, Jean I. Prairie du Sac El-Jr High, NEA Jones, Anona M. Platteville Jorenby, Gail M. New Glarus El-Jr High, Kariatethes, WRA, NEA Kamps, Janis M. Platteville Kaske, Karen Waukesha Athenaeum, El-Jr High, Pioneer, NEA Keppel, Olive R. Boscobel Kleckler, Patricia Crouse Janesville EI-Jr High, Kariatethes, SGB Knight, Jo Ann Arena El-Jr High, RLO, WRA, NEA Krohn, Sharon A. Nekoosa El-Jr High, Kariatcthes, WRA Larson, Helen M. Prairie du Chien Laufenberg, Sharon A. Pla ttevil le Messer, Margaret Beaver Dam El-Jr High, Kariatethes, NEA Miller, Martha J. Oregon El-Jr High, Pioneer, NEA Moore, Patricia J. Richland Center Moreland, Marian R. Mineral Point Moritz, Frances Monroe Murphy, J. Matthew Cuba City Myers, Peggy L. Plattevillc Athenaeum, ElAJr High, WRA NEA, SGB Noble, Mary A. Richland Center El-Jr High, Kariatethes Offerdahl, Judith A. Poynette Athenacum, El-Jr High, Exponent, Orchcsis, Pioneer Players, NEA Olson, Edna 0. M onroe Paar, Judith A. Frccport, Ill. Athenaeum, El-Jr High, WRA Pace, Myrna J. Bagley Peacock, Lynne A. Hampton, Iowa Athenaeum, Cheerleading, ElJr High, Pioneer, SAPS, WRA, SLOB Peck, Patricia A. Rockford, Ill. El-Jr High, Pioneer, NEA Pieplow, Carol E. El-Jr High, WRA, NEA, Pioneer Pippin, Evelyn B. Richland Center Poppy, Ann Shullsburg EI-Jr High, Kariatethes, WRA, NEA Ruf, Irene Woolcock Darlington Schmieder, Ceanne M. Lancaster 167 Seely, Ruth M. Wauzeka Seep, Phillip J. Cazenovia Severson, Bonnie A. Wausau El-Jr High, Kariatethes Slayback, Edna J. Hollandale El-Jr High, NEA, WRA, Ensemble Smith, Eleanor K. Agana, Guam Stickler, Karen K. Reedsburg El-Jr High, RLO, NEA Tackes, Mary E. Belgium Temple, Ben T. Benton Tousignant, Nancy J. Janesville El-Jr High, RLO, NEA Wagner, Roseann Cross Plains Athenaeum, Exponent, Pioneer, NEA Warn, Robert W. Beloit Wickland, Carol A. Freeport, Ill. Wilkinson, Frances M. Cobb Youmans, Carol A. Madison El-Jr High, Pioneer Players, Camera Club, WRA, NEA Zwickey, Doris P. Platteville INDUSTRIAL ARTS Albert, Terry C. Sturgeon Bay IAA Anderson, Gerald E. Fennimore IAA Bakken, Milt Mt. Horeb Lettermen, Philadelphian Bibow, Lawrence C. Waterloo Letterman Bredesen, Arlo E. Stoughton Briggs, George W. Oshkosh Bulin, Elgin A. La Valle Letterman, LSP Burnard, Daniel D. Elroy IAA, MENC, RLO, Circle K, Band, Gleemen 168 Damrau, Dennis L. Tigerton IAA Davis, David F. Dodgeville Field, Dennis L. Monti cello IAA Flanagan, Patrick M. Juda IAA Hamann, William H. Prairie du Chien IAA Hampton, Patrick J. Bloomington Hauser, Roger E. Cuba City IAA Henning, Ronald 0. Plattevillc Keup, Gordon J. Horicon IAA Kies, Gary T. Platteville Lee, Erven C. Platteville Lenhart, Philip A. Madison Lucas, Tom H. Jefferson IAA, Letterman, LSP Mc Nutt, Ronald G. Madison IAA Moen, John W. Viroqua IAA, NEA Moody, Richard D. Livingston Nicholson, Robert L. Platteville IAA Noordyk, Virgil V. Plymouth Novinska, Gary D. Boscobel Osterhaus, Gerald P. Bloomington IAA Pinkham, Clayton E. Plattevillc IAA Radtke, Roland R. Rothschild IAA, IRC Schroeder, Donald H. Edgerton IAA Seefeldt, Eugene D. Lena Philadelphian Stephens, David G. Cuba City IAA, LSP Tessmann, Glen E. Cambria IAA, Phi Eta Sigma Tollakson, Chester David Argyle IAA, LSP, SAPS Truesdale, William J. Richland Center IAA, NEA Voss, Donald G. Walworth IAA, LSP Wickler, James J. Platteville Vi1liams, Sherwood J. Cambria IAA, Lcttcrmen Zamzow, Fred C. Ripon IAA, Letterman, Philadelphian SECONDARY EDUCATION Acker, Teresa G. Madison Adickes, Robert W. Belmont Banker, Gary Allen Spring Green Barr, Barbara M. Platteville Boettner, Gary Elizabeth, 111. Phi Eta Sigma, NEA Brewer, Warren W. Prairie View, Ill. Chai, Myong Hee Seoul, Korea Collins, Richard K. Gratiot Condon, John I. Watertown Camera Club, NEA, YGOP Cook, james C. Rewey Cushman, Jerome J. Belmont Orchesis, Pioneer Players Dame, Don L. Frceport, Ill. Damrau, Judith Hanson Fennimorc Kariatethes, Pionner Players, WRA, Pioneer Choir Dedie, Paul G. Madison Delkamp, David V. Muscoda Einerson, Gary W. Mt. Horeb Exponent, Lettermen, Philadelphian Ekdahl, Andrea H. Stctsonville Frank, Blanche E. Mineral Point Frederick, Glenn A. Durango, Iowa Biological Science Club, Exponent, Phi Eta Sigma, Vet's Club Frey, Judith C. Monroe Glendenning, Richard F. Shullsburg Pioneer, Gleemen Goltry, Thomas 5. Fairfield, Iowa Goodrich, Nancy Madison MENC, NEA Graves, Marcia Platteville Athenaeum, Biological Science Club, WRA Hannaford, Patricia A. Cape Elizabeth, Maine Hapte, Hailu Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Hastert, William 0. Darlington Henderson, William R. Ft .Atkinson Hoffman, Linda J. Oregon Biological Science Club, WRA Hosokawa, Robert H. Honolulu, Hawaii Hutchinson, Phillip Poynette Math 8c Physical Science Club, NEA Ramps, Donovan G. Pla ttcville Kies, Carol Platteville Athenacum, Biological Science Club, YGOP, StudentsJ Wives Kilkelly, Janette H. Cuba City Cheerleading, Kariatethes, SAPS, WRA Kobayashi, Randolph Maui, Hawaii Koller, Susan Krohn Mt. Horeb Athenaeum, Checrleading, J Pioneer Players, SAPS, WRA Kopp, Gail Linder Platteville Art Club, Athenacum, Camera Club, WRA, YGOP Kundert, Kenneth R. Monticello Laird, James C. Cuba City Lehner, Roger 0. Racine Lcwke, Carla E. Columbus Exponent. Kariatelhes, Pioneer Players Livingston, Ann M. Platteville Mc Aloon, John D. Platteville Biological Science Club Lettermen Mc Cinley, Lawrence E. Gays Mills Biological Science Club, RLO, NEA Malec, Raymond J. Madison Marty, Mathew G. Madison May, Joseph N. Mineral Point MENC, Glccmen, Pioneer Promenaders Miller, Joan Galena, Ill. Kariatethes, NEA Milz, Frank J. Mayville Murphy, Patrick J. Portage IRC, Pioneer, NEA, Young Dem. Newman, John B. Platteville O,Brien, Gerald L. Fennimore Pioneer Players Olig, Theresa Stulka Middleton Art Club, Athenaeum, Pioneer Pauli, Stanley J New Glarus Pendleton, Juanita D. Platteville Pendleton, Marlin E. I Aancaster Phillips, Robert A. Rewcy Pittz, Carole J. Dodgeville Ray, Darlene E. Galena, Ill. Reedy, Cecil G. Gresham Roehr, Kent W. Platteville Sarbacker, Richard I. New Glarus Lettermen, LSP Schneeberger, Robert W. Albany Lettermen Schober, Daniel L. Blanchardvillc Camera Club, NEA Scott, Ramona Lake Geneva IRC, Kariatethcs, NEA Sebranek, Robert J. Hillsboro Shulka, Shari Prairie du Chicn, Kariatcthes, Pioneer Players, SAPS, NEA, Band Simonson, Marjorie A. Lone Rock Cheerleading, Kariatethes, SAPS, WRA, NEA, SUB, YGOP Sleep, Janice A. Darlington Southard, Ruth E. Arena Stabenaw, James E. Portage Taylor, Kenneth A. Cassvillc Theisen, Penelope A. Cassville Thomas, Robert H. Oregon Student Minister Troxel, Don M. Richland Center Voeltncr, David E. Berlin Vogel, Douglas D. Dodgeville Wallenkamp, George A. Highland IAA Walter, Gerald L. Mt. Vernon, Iowa LSP Wanless, Sharon A. Madison Waterman, Carole Longhorn Platteville Athenaeum, Orchcsis, Pioneer Players, Pioneer Choir, Glee Club, Ensemble West, Stephanie J. Monroe Wunderlin, Richard P. Potosi TECHNOLOGY MINING ENGINEERING Brachman, William B. Platteville Butson, Melvin D. Platteville Charles, Frederick R. Platteville Christensen, Roger C. Darlington 169 Christensen, Thomas E. Plattcville Deinhammer, William J. Eau Claire Krohn, David I. V iroqua Kuhn, James W. Platteville Kustka, Bryon L. Platteville Murray, William J. Lancaster Olivcrsen, Kjell L. Madison Pierce, Roger A. Lancaster Sch roeder, Carl T. Plattevillc Sherman, James E. Hillsboro AIME, Circle K, Geode Udelhoven, Peter D. Lancaster Weisel, Jon H. Milwaukee CIVIL ENGINEERING Anderson, Donalzd P. Richland Ccnlcr CES Benlz, Floyd D. Plattevillc AIME, CES, Phi Eta Sigma Bethke, Harry J. M uscoda Bollant, Robert J. Plattcvillc Buchanan, Howard T. Port Washington AIME, CES Church, Robert Madison CES. SOB, SCI; Clickner, Donald T. Stratford 170 Dresser, Joseph W. Madison AIME, CES, Geode, SGB, SLOB Flottmeycr, Joseph L. 1.21 Crosse Cilbcrtson, Donald R. Dudgevillc Green, Dale R. Milton Junction Grunow, Roger V. Mineral Point CES Hahn, Raymond L. Clinton CES Higa, Larry S. Honolulu, Hawaii Hynd, Barry L. Onargzl, Ill. Ingalla, Donald D. Pepin Jones, John F. Cuba City CES Joyce, John M. Lancaster CES Klinger, james E. Platlevillc Lambic, John E. Crandon Lampe, John T. Plzlltcville Lange, Gary E. 1421 Crossc Lcc, Thomas M. Madison CES Millman, Richard G. Belmont Mortimer, Eugene M. Chilton Murphy, Robert S. Arena CES, Lcltermcn, R110 Panetti, Don E. Fond du Lac CES Pauser, Donald E. Park Falls Penniston, Terry L. Darlington Pcrala, Marvin E. Maple Peterson, Roger L. South WVaync Rice, Dale D. Plaltcvillc CES, Circle K, Geode Richards, Theodore J. Plattcvillc CES Robb, Jack M. Plymouth Rock, George E. Shchoygan CES Secher, Dale D. Fcnnimorc AIME, CES, Phi Eta Sigma, Geode, Circle K Secley, James P. Lancaster Steiger, Terence E. Polosi CECS, Rifle k$ Pistol Club Stordahl, Wayne R. Cornell CES, Circle K Van Natta, Ronald L. Platlcvillc AIME, CES. Phi Eta Sigma Waelti, Gerald J. Judzl CES, RLO chking, Richard C. Lancaster Vhite, Frederick R. Platlcvillc CES, Rifle 2h Pistol Club Wlith ington, Roger L. Slilzcr JUNIOR CLASS 4814 74w A iibig year', best describes the eventful and busy Junior year. The officers elected were: President, iiChuck" Misky; Vice-president, John Draggs; Secre- tary, Bonnie Carden; Treasurer, Delon Brown; and Student Governing Board, Brian Riemer. Class ad- visors were Mr. Fatzinger and Mr. R. Smith. Entering into the Homecoming activities, the Junior class proudly received first place on their float, "Weill Sink Our Teeth Into Victory." February 4 was the date of the successful dance the Junior class sponsored after the Whitewater basketball game. The tibigii event of the year, however, was the promethis years theme being iiWonderland by Night." A great deal of work went into the planning and execution of this important event. Yes, the Juniors have many memories to cherish but a great year to look forward to. Upper-classmen make friends easily 4814M; 3mm: halwlat wank BOTTOM ROW: Joanne Govier, Peggy Schirmcr, Marcia Monroe, Marlene Dischler, Margaret Murray, Janet Fitzsimmons, Marilynn Folder, Shirley Breuer, Donna Blumer. 2nd ROW: Joanne McConnell, Marlys Nichols, Sharon Nichols, Pauline Klein, Maerendt- landt, Marilyn Olson, Jill Saether, Carol Click, Sharon Schleck, Bonnie Garden, Anna Marty. 3rd ROW: Gary Doutlna, Erwm Zwei- fel, Frank Statz, David Schultz, Paul Kalb, Ronald Davis, Richard Stuntebeck. Ronald Roberts, James Bartholf, Norman Cole. 4th ROW: Joseph Disch, Philip Sherman, James Schmidt, Dick Moore, William Schomburg, John Foley, Mark Powers, John Somerville, Donald Fahrney, Robert Baetz, Robert Scheele, Frank Harness. g: . W BOTTOM ROWE Ruth Stewart, Carol Hanko. Eleanorc Ewers. Nancy Cole, Isabel Edge, Alice Bredeson, Ruth McFall, Sherrill Mum son, Nancy Vi11k0mm. 2nd ROX Sherill Hellpap. Karen Doering, Shirlc Magnino. Gloriann McDermott. PC v Meyer. Mary Boy- Houston, Mary Anne Trierwciler. Marjorie Laufcnbel . Hedwig Zimmerman. Rochelle Burrcson. I zlna Paulstm. Norma . 3rd ROX . 'l'y Quade, Larry Blair, Dave Knox Al Joh n. Max 0105011, Bill DanicL 11, Gerald Mci , Larry Hammer, John But mg, Dean Sicdschlag, Tom Osterday. 4th R0 1 Mid Reise, Ron Schulel ' y Reed, Donald Griesmcr. Dean Chris- lianson, Doug Syftcstad, Camld Pennistrm, Robert VVllliams. Arlen Ewcrs. Qucntm Hurlz. Clarence Hcisz. Thomas Long. K BOTTOM RO V: joan Piqucttc, Marjorie Michel, XViladcne Camp. J0 m Bongiomo, Edith Haas. Erma Hipcnbeckcr, Linda Millr man. 2nd ROW: JCH Baxter, XVilfer Klippel, Jim Liska, Albert Swain. Don Christensen, Arnold Rawson, John Santas, Kcnnith Schoppc. 3rd ROXV: Fred Krantz, Larry Potton, Gene Rcilcr, Delon Brown, Chuck Misky, Ronald Daentl. SOPHOMORE CLASS 9722010111124 Filled with memories of a successful and reward- ing freshman year at WSCIT, the sophomore class returned to the 1960-1961 school term and its studies with renewed ambitions and budding dreams. The fall season saw the leadership of the class entrusted to Jack Snyder, president; Joe Guenther, vice-pt'esi- dent; Nancy Finney, secretary; and Sharon Larson, treasurer. Under the capable guidance of the new corps of officers the sophomores executed their Homecoming duties by constructing a float carrying the caption iiPioneer Heaven is Blue Devil Hell." After several months of hard work following Homecoming as the Spring semester nears a close, the sophomore class recognizes that half of their college career is over. With this thought in mind, the class sentimentally recalls their first two years and many new experiences, Inn at the same time BOTTOM ROW: Grace limmerman,Susan Wench,Judy Williams. joyfully anticipates the junior year and its numer- 2nd ROW: Beverly Unertl, Karen Zimmerli, Ru-th Uppena, Glorhi ous festivities. Weckerly. 3rd ROW: Brian Whitmore, Jlm We1c111an, Charles Pri ce, Eugene McCluskey, Baptest Vescio. 4th ROW: William Zahn, Roger Westra, Everett VVerth, Jerry Pitts. 5W mime BOTTOM ROXV: Elisabeth Annear, Neta Chapman, Ruth Alexax dCF, Patricia Ferrin, Nancy Finney, Sandy Cooper, Louise Bigger, Barbara Bowers. 2nd ROW: Sharon Blumcr, Kay Cairns, Joyce 1: ehl, judy Dora", Lynne Erickson, Bonnie Faivre, Sue Fitzsimons, Judy Coyle, Bernadette Cleary, Carley Ertel, Kathleen Connor, D nna Chandler. 3rd ROW: Kennith Castleherry, Richard De Buhr, Purl Dietzman, Gary De Nure, Carroll Ehrke, Gordie Bocck. 4 h ROW: Gary Bowell, Joseph Uuenthcr, Robert Cropp, Milton Garbisch, Leroy Gerl, Kenneth Bollerud, David L. Johnson. BOTTOM ROW: Judi A1111 Schneider, Dorothy Suhr, Marla Gordcr, Janice Nyhus, Dorothy Richter, Mary Sander, Janet Rupp, San- dra Rippchen. 2nd ROW: Ronald Sweet, Richard Thies, Catherine Palzkill, Dixie Hill, Caryl Cook, Lana Schual, Terry Suda, Grace Cole, Dennis Richman, Lee Eklund, Robert Newman. 3rd ROXV: Ed Sokolowski, Lyle Proksch, Royce McVay, David Oudyn. Bill Romundson, Amo Stephens, George Paulsbcrg, Jerry Sherwin. 4th ROW: Richard Rockwcilcr, Virgil Pufahl, Fred Oomens, James Pellowski, Harrison Sheldon, Larry Slick, Jack Snyder, Jerry Schweiner, John McGuire, Robert Swain. lowandthtz ultimate goal BOTTOM IUHVI Linda Jennings, Janet Hutchinson, Jodean Mathison, judy Graham, Sandra McLain, Marilyn Hugunin, Sharon Lav son, Maureen McGuire. 2nd ROW: Tom Kilcn, Richard Lien. Rosemary McDonald, Janice Porter, Joan Louthain, Carolyn Lung, Rita Hughes, Kenneth Kellogg. Bill chquinct. 3rd ROW: Glenn Lhost, James Hay, Lco Holland, Ed Mcichtry, Roger XV. Jones, Henry Lau, Tom Krucgcr. 4th ROW: Lynn Messer, B. Kelly Hcibel, john Kintz. FRESHMAN CLASS magma At one week intervals during the summer session of 1960, parts of the freshman class arrived on cam- pus for orientation and pre-registration activities. Early in September another group arrived for the first time and together the two groups were enrolled in record time. A new chapter in living and growing up was taking place. New faces, new names, and new opportunities were intermingled during those first few days. Just before Homecoming the class met as a single body for the first time to elect officers and to make plans for Homecoming activities. In a heated contest, Don Seep was elected president; Peggy Jef- fers, vice-presidetnt; Karen Wesselkamper, secretary; Torn Jonas, treasurer; and Nancy Seeley, SGB repre- sentative. The class entered stunt night competition and participated in the Homecoming Parade. 0n Coronation Night, the freshmen built the biggest and warmest bonfire ever displayed at a pep rally. Freshman have been active in school activities and organizations and have made an essential contribu- tion to the continuing spirit of the friendly Pioneer College. BOTTOM ROW: Claribcl Loeffelholz, Jean Natvick, Raymondzl Lewis. Bonnie Maurer, Betty Peterson, Deanna Davis, Cathryn Kenyon, Sharon Durtschi, Marjorie Maves, Joyce Jerdec, Dorothy Niemi, Marilynne Otteson, Kelly Keliikoa, 2ND ROW: Kieth Olson, R. Martin, D. Kucher, C. Islo, P. Julseth, J. Meyer, C. Nchring, Jilo Mitchell, Gary Palmer, Ivan Millin. 3RD ROW: Robert Nelson, Anthony Mocn, John MacLean Ronald McReynolds, Charles McKittrick, David Morrison, R. Martin, Gerald Meyer, Leslie Moffett, Michael Olson, Gordon Messer, James Stoppleworlh. Ronald Whitmoret 4TH ROW: J. Mullikin, D. Murphy, R. Macke, D. Nance, R. Levzow, J. Olson, R. Zieldorf, David Olson, Paul More, Charles Murray, Richard Milward, James Katzman, Eldon Lee, Dennis Pratt, Dick Mickle. 175 BOTTOM ROW: Jerry Rumba, Paul i'lcmlrickson, Ronald llullsvn. Karon Klaus. Mary Kane, Carol Holt, Polly Knight. Peggy chl'm's, Robert Kriltochwill, David Holman. 2ND ROW: DonuH KUIII', Hubert Jourdan, Wayne 1011115011, John jinkins, Lynaris Knudsen, Mary Doscr, 5. Hammond. Claim Harms, J. Kirchgassncr, Rit'hzml Fuller, Wullzu'u Iscnsec. 3RD ROW: Lyk- Kuwilz, Gerald Kl'cutzcr, Michael Huff, Pulrit'k Golden, David lulscllL Rey Johnson, Howznd Johnson, James Krcnck, Inn's Kzllllins, John Hcl'ly, UL-ruld Kmusc. Robert Kulwlugc. 4TH ROW: jumcs Huffman. Bob Iu-y, Larry Honk, Ken Kasch. Dznid johnson, Bill jau'ohs, 'l'um Jonas, Jerry Kmhn, James jucgcr, '1 61 1 2111cc Kl'cul, Douglas Johns, Carlyle Hosking. John Goldhugcn. Donald Hart- mun. 3W BOTTOM ROW: Gary RuskclI, Mary H'iedcrhold, Janet Harrell, Sarah Williams. Joan Van Float. Barbara Xellcr, Sharon Beecher. Vcrlin VuIluL'c. 2ND FUHV: Carlton Vilkinsun, Dick Sherwin, Donne Rochling, D. Walters, L. W'osobu, R. XVugm-r, G. lulllkc. HRH ROW: Dmid Wciu. Victor Rcirhmunn, Bub SuHimn, Dick Srlmllz, Duane Wunlcss, Larry 'l'ainter, Frank Zillncr, Harland Willwcr. 4TH ROW: C. Wollurslnrl'i', j. Rut, G. Sucss, j. Sumun, A. Wcigel, j. Wurt'mk. C. Wilcmzm, j. SchwcrL m H uh wzwgggv M .5: wmmew 19; ?x g BOTTOM ROW: Penny Runkel, Victond Stevenson. Bette Syflcstad, Rita Virtue, Royalin Stewart. Alice Smith, Peggy Raught, Pat Luxton, Sheila t, Sally Ritenour, Pat Quam, Jan Schloemer. Joanne Parkinson. 2ND ROW: John Rock. Steven Rasmus- sen, R. Prievc. J. Re , J. S illiam, E. Rayford, Pat Schlough, Sharon Livengood, Janis Ten Eyck, Bonnie Smith, Joyce Trecek, Sandy Tschanz, David Pink. 3RD ROW': Mervin Shanley. Neil Riler, Randy Redenius, Benny Stenncr. Lee Powell, Thomas Stock- burger, Leroy Phipps, Mike Ponyicsanyi. Gary Peterson, Greg Smith, Bob Schlocsser, Lyle Sebranek. 4TH ROW: R. Richman, W. Rameker, J. Piquclte, W. Prube, W. Piltz. Schultz, J. Penson. K. Powell, C. Petty, D. Pfeil, Ronald Stunner, Larry Wilms, L. Seymour, Eugene Pccr. BOTTOM ROVV' Kathryn Bourret. Rosalie Dictzman, Sharyn Conley, Joanne Altmann, Muriel Babler, Carol Chandler, Robert Everson. Dennis Davis. James Ernst. 2ND ROW J. Bulin, J. Anderson, R Shullis, M. Erickson, R. Digmann. R. Derrickson, T. Caldwell. David Chin. K. Duffey, E. DeWitte, . C06. 3RD ROW: Melvin Case, David Dolney. Charlotte Stenner, Sharron Clem- cut. jim Bottomley, John Elscr, Tawfig Chihade, Larry Carrroll. Douglas Coons. Robert Churchill, Don Edgerlon, Jerry Crook. 4TH ROW 1. Chapman, B. Cunningham, S. Cary. Crandall, M. Davis, J. Englesby. D. Degner, J Coomber, R. Croffoot, H. Carl- son. j. DiVall. W. Comer, J. Dull. F. Cox. 177 BOTTOM ROW: Ron Brandt. Gerald Anncar. Put Boyle, Shirley Bakken. Kay Bmlc, Bonnie Bolin, Jean Baxter, Robcrta Brcylingcr, Darlene Becker, Donna Aikun, Nancy Brown, Ralph Blucmcl, Al Bmwncr. 2ND ROWE B. Bratbcrg, B, Buchncr. M. Bournc, D, Brink, j. Burncll, D. Blum, R. Briggs, P. Blount, W. Burgi, U. Ahncrl. 3RD ROW: Hrair Avakian, Tom Atkins, 'l homas Butcher. john Bruun. Richard Auman, Louie Antoine, Lyle Anmnson, William Boyd, William Buumganncr. Mcrlyn Aus- tin. 4TH ROW: '11 Bull. E. Banish, J. Bolin, E. Bray. B. Birkclt, j. Bums, IA. lEchling. N. Bloom, R. Appcrl, E. Bcntcr, K. Biltlcrhack. Owntation to BOTTOM ROW: Gary Grimm, David th, Robert Hodge. Albert Frankenstein, Charles Hzlsscl, Bonnie Fink, Gail Harvey, Sharon chlhorn, Mary Hicks. Sharon Hayes, Joyce Helms. 2ND ROXV: E. Fulbrccht, Richard Hood Terry Gzllle. Daniel Frci. Augustus Durdin. S. Hamilton, Czuol Hcim, Jean FilzGcrald, Rachel Friar, Suzi Gomlcll, Geraldine Foster. 3RD ROW: W'altcr Humm, William Hardymzm, Ronald Havlik, Richard Frost, Gary Erickson, James Dahl, David Hofsteen. Darlene Fitzgerald, Mary Jo FilzGcrald, Gary Cast. Gerald Fisher. 4TH ROW: Dick Graney, Ron Grulz. Jim Fullerton. Alan Ehn, B. Eddy, R. Hillard, Bob Garskc, R. Goers, Lyle Finn, Gary Gray, E. Hansen, P. A. Godfrey, P. S Godfrey. 178 BOTTOM ROXY: Bonnie Vicmra, judy Suttle, Charlene VVaternum. Barbara XVisc. Rachel Robinson. Diane Runaas, Arlene Van Nana, Barbara Stauffachcr. Velma VViLhington, A1111 Schleck, Patri 1 Stolz, Georgi XVeedcn. 2ND ROW: Bruce Taylor. Nadine Rood. Mary Schomburg, Judy Slratton, Carolyn Schuldt, Mary X cl, Patricia Chock. P. W'zlggoncr. K. lilkelbach. S. Wilson, Bonnie Rayford, Marcia Skinmod, Karen Vx elkampcr. Roni Rzlim '. 3RD ROW: Jerry Schlicm, Paul Schmclling. Robert Thom- as, James Sullivan, James VV' . Jack Potter. X 'lliam Weber, Den 111's lollak. Victor Raynoha, Gordon Tyrivcr. William Stevenson. 4TH ROW: Dax l Vikt a, n VVehingCI ry Stoinkc, Marlo Thump 1. Robert Sedgw james Young, Tom Vikcn, Joel Vils0n. John Tzq 0r, Raymond Seiler, Larry Wieland, Kenneth Von Ruden, Scott Piddington, l'rcd XVamkc. BOTTOM ROW: Art Myers. Donald Locffelholz. David Maths, Marlene Mul'n, Judith Matthews, Suzanne Mattson, Patti Mann, Diane Lh'ingston, Elaine Mueller. jacklan Muller. Mary Malhys. Tim Mun y. 2ND ROW: Fred Lawton. Doug Lucck, Ronald Ley, David Markcc. Sandra Nelson. Kathv McCubc. Mary Ludlum, ROMIHC Marion Mayfield, D id Leslie, Harold Robbervig, Roger Lewerenz 3RD ROXY: john Johnson. I Ck Kitm, Gary Kreul. Bob chrmmt, Richard Mcycr. Larry Miller, Roger Miller, Paul Jacobscn. Gerald Mullen. Gary Jahnke. Fred Johnson. Vic Iledc or. 51TH ROW': Lee Matthews, Ron Jabs. Bob Lahaie, Kenyon Kies. Harlan Keehncr, Lee Meissncr. Stewart Kepler, Brian Larson, David Kaltenbach, Glenn Kirch, Robert Hanson. Ed Kaderly, Perry Martens, Kenneth Lawrence. 179 Donna Glendenning Editor-in-Chief Albert Swain Assistant Editor Thomas Whalley Buxinesx Manager Carol Hanko Copy Editor 7967 Mlmwz Pioneer State College has the distinction of being the first of the nine schools in the Wisconsin State College system. In its 95 years of existence, the campus has ex- panded tremendously under the administration which has fostered this growth. At one time, Old Main comprised the campus plant. It now stands as a symbol of the pioneers who worked so hard for a college in Platteville. Pioneer State College for all its growth and prog- ress truly becomes more "collegiateii with each year and yet it does not lose the advantage of a small 'col- lege atmosphere. Deloris Bentz Art Editor Roseann Wagner Activities Editor Richard Glendenhing Sports Editor Martha Miller Class Editor Carol Picplow Typing Editor Linda Millmzm Organization Editor Karsten Vinje Photo Editor plattwille Skyline Motel IVImmd View NIotel Hindermank Truck Stop Dr. I. A. Peterson, D.D.S. Scott A. Cairy Insurance Frank Burg Clothing Store Imnsbergk Radio Station WSVVW Dr. C. L. Steidz'nger Dr. C. M. Wilts, Chiropractor Dr. H. D. Doeringsfeld, M.D. Rudyis Standard Station Bollis Clothing Trentfs Texaco Service Dicks Supermarket Smtt Implement C0. Howard's Cleaners Hellwfs jewelry Store Eastman Cartwright Lumber, Feed, and Warehouse Avalon Theatre Cullenls Station First National Bank College Cafe Gipp's Smart Apparel Karrman Jr Cole, Attorneys Don and Mary's Cafe Smtt Torque Station Gateway Lumber Company State Bank of Platteville jerryis Flowers Nash jewelry Store Kaufman Clothing Co. Cardintv Drug Store Platteville Telephone Co. 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.................................................................... 96 Baptist Student Fellowship ........................................ 138 Biological-Science Club .............................................. 115 Circle K .......................................................................... 103 Civil Engineering Society ............................................ 93 Cosmopolitan Club ...................................................... 108 Debate Team ................................................................ 105 Elementary-Junior High .......................................... 90-91 Exponent ................................................................ 126-127 F uture Farmers of America ...................................... 86-87 Geode ............................................................................ 125 Industrial Arts Association ........................................ 85 International Relations Club .................................... 109 Kariatethes .................................................................... 98 Les Sans Prejudice ........................................................ 99 Lettermen1s Club .......................................................... 101 Lutheran Student Association ............................ 132-133 Math and Physical Science Club ................................ 104 Methodist Wesley Foundation ............................ 134-135 Music Educators National Conference ...................... 121 Music, Instrumental .................................................... 122 Music, Vocal .......................................................... 123-124 National Education Association ............................ 88-89 Newman Club ........................................................ 136-137 Orchesis .......................................................................... 120 Phi Eta Sigma .............................................................. 94 Philadelphjans .............................................................. 97 Pioneer .................................................................... 128-129 Pioneer Lancers ............................................................ 107 Pioneer Players ...................................................... 116-119 Religious Life Organization ...................................... 130 RiHe and Pistol Club .................................................... 114 Student Athletic Publicity Service .............................. 100 Student Governing Board .......................................... 84 Students1 Wives Club .................................................. 106 United Student Fellowship ........................................ 131 Veteran1s Club .............................................................. 106 Women1s Recreation Association ...................... 112-113 Young Democrats ........................................................ 110 Young Republicans ...................................................... 111 fluidmma Alpha House ................................................................ 139 Brigham Hall ........................................................ 146-147 Fox House ...................................................................... 141 Gamma House .............................................................. 142 Hawk House ................................................................ 140 Heathwood .................................................................... 143 Holiday House .......... . .................................................... 139 Le Chateau .................................................................... 143 Longfellow Manor ...................................................... 144 Mephitis Hudsonica .................................................... 140 Royce Hall .............................................................. 148-149 Sigma House .................................................................. 142 Tucker House .............................................................. 141 Villa Bonnetta .............................................................. 145 183 Jaculh; 9m Ullsvik .................................................................... 22, 152 Allen, Velma ................................................................ 26 Backus, Kathleen L. .................................................... 26 Barnes, Mary W. .......................................................... 26 Barth, John ............................................................ 29, 101 Beals, Harold D. .......................................................... 32 Bellmeyer, Mrs. Leone E. .......................................... 28 Blackmer, Gary W. ...................................................... 26 Blaeuer, David A. ........................................................ Boebel, Leo E. .............................................................. 36 Broughton, W. A. .................................................. 37, 92 Buchanan, Philip .................................................. 31, 126 Bullis, George .............................................................. 35 Buttery, W. A. ........................................................ 39, 99 Cash, Herbert .............................................................. 36 Chapra, M. Umer ........................................................ 34 Collins, Patricia A. ...................................................... 29 Cooke, A. J. .................................................................. 39 Crawford, James A. .................................................... 28 Daniel, Edythe .............................................................. 28 Darrow, Gerald F. ........................................................ 27 Dennis, William J. ...................................................... 27 De Nure, Charles L. .................................................... 32 Dixon, Dale C. .............................................................. 29 Doering, R. R. .............................................. 33, 125, 133 Faherty, Keith .............................................................. 38 Fatzinger, Dale R. ........................................................ 36 Fisher, Mary .................................................................. 28 Fletcher, Dorothy ........................................................ 28 Fletcher, Harry ............................................................ 26 Francois, Emily G. ...................................................... 31 Gallagher, Neil ............................................................ 28 Gamble, Richard D. .............................................. 36, 97 Garside, Leonard J. ...................................................... 30 Gauger, Paul W. .......................................................... 31 Gober, Ruth B. ............................................................ 33 Coder, Harold A. ........................................................ 36 Goder, Miriam 3MrsJ ................................................ 27 Gronbeck, M. P. .......................................................... 39 Gundy, Glen V. ............................................................ 34 Hall, Lola M. mm .................................................. 28 Harman, Walter .......................................................... 39 Hansen, C. Helene ...................................................... 29 Hansen, Harold R. ...................................................... 31 Hansen, Robert C. ...................................................... 34 Hardies, Edward W. .................................................... 32 Harker, Robert A. ................................................ 34, 114 Harrell, E. G. ................................................................ 35 Harris, Bernard B. ...................................................... 22 Hartshorn, R. A. .......................................................... 39 Henderson, Harry D. .................................................. 32 Hendrickson, Thomas C. ............................................ 27 Hill, Russell .................................................................. 33 Hugunin, Marjorie ...................................................... 33 Hutcheson, Harold ...................................................... 25 Jacka, W. S. .................................................. 32, 130, 135 Jared, Alva H. .................................................. 39, 107 Jensen, Arthur K. ........................................................ 32 Johnson, Clifford S. .............................................. 39, 132 Jones, Rosamond Risser 3Mrs3 ................................ 25 184 King, Earl E. ................................................................ 34 Kissner, William E. .................................................... 38 Knight, Charlotte J. 3Mrs.J ........................................ 26 Knox, William B. .................................................... 31, 88 Leitl, J. James .............................................................. 35 Leitl, Lester .............................................................. 29, 69 Lewis, Mary Elizabeth ............................................ 29, 41 Linderman, Haziel ...................................................... 28 Longhorn, Milton ........................................................ 24 Loy, W. R. .................................................................... 34 Lundeen, Thomas B. ............................................ 37, 109 Mallow, Marlys ............................................................ 26 Manzer, Emerson W. ............................................ 38, 129 Martin, Ella May .......................................................... 36 Melcher, Milton A. ...................................................... 25 Merchant, Francis ........................................................ 33 Meyer, Raymond .......................................................... 33 Miller, Blanche ............................................................ 37 Montgomery, Ira .......................................................... 32 Nassif, Anna R. ............................................................ 27 Neal, Elisa Ann ............................................................ 31 Nelson, Willis W. ............................... 27, 102 Nikolai, William L. .................................................... 35 Nylin, V. E. .................................................................. 32 Olson, Howard C. ........................................................ 38 Orth, John F. ................................................................ 39 Ottensman, C. W. ........................................................ 38 Pagenkopf, Marian 3Mrsq .......................................... 28 Pagenkopf, Victor ........................................................ 28 Palmer, Harris .............................................................. 37 Pederson, H. A. ............................................................ 39 Pett, G. H. .................................................................... 38 P6ster, Franz J ............................................................ Potter, Virginia E. ...................................................... 27 Powers, Norman R. .............................................. 35, 114 Pross, Frank L. ............................................................ 33 Robertson, Grace H. UVIrs.J ...................................... 31 Rosenthal, R. W. .......................................................... 35 Shaver, Roy A. 34, 103 Smith, Roy E. 34, 105 Smith, Theodore N. .............................................. 31, 105 Spradling, J. C. ............................................................ 35 Stokes, Frank ................................................................ 33 Stuessy, Susan E. 3MrsJ .............................................. 31 Thompson, Vern J. ......... J ............................................. 2 7 Tietze, William B. ................................................ 27, 121 Trine, Dawson .............................................................. 35 Van Matre, Marie E. 3Mrs.J 33 Velzy, Robert I. ............................................................ 26 Vertein, L. Dale .......................................................... 30 Vinyard, C. Dale .......................................................... 36 Wagner, Russell 0. ...................................................... 37 Weber, D. C. ................................................................ 35 Weidler, Laverne ........................................................ 34 Wilder, Bernard .......................................................... 39 Wilkerson, H. C. .................................................... 19, 30 Winsor, Charles .............................................. 29, 71, 100 Woods, R. Keith .......................................................... 30 Wooldridge, John ........................................................ 35 Zellmer, Luther A. ...................................................... 36 A Acker, Teresa G ......................... 113,115,157 Acherman, James P... . Acherman, John D ..... Adams, Rosemary J Adickes, Robert W.... Aebersold, Walter F. 99 Ahnert, Gary D ...... ..7l,178 Aiken, Donna D ...147,l78 Aiken, Duane A.. Albert, Terry C ........ .158 Albright, Donald C... .101 Albright, Richard F... . Aldag, Michaeb A.... ............... 93 Alexander, Ruth A .. Allbaugh, Stuart ............... Alt, Virginia A ........ Altmann, Joanne H... 146,177 Aluni, Donald W... 92 Alwan, Abdul H ...... Amberg, Daryll L ....................... ....69,85 Amble, John D. Jr ..................................... Amim, Habib ......... 108,109 Anderson, Don P Anderson, Don R... Anderson, Ellen ..... Anderson, Frederick J.. Anderson, Gerald E... .. 85 Anderson, Jim M ....... 7,148 Anderson, Judith A... 146,177 Anderson, Kenneth 0.. Anderson, Russell S... . Anderson, Wanda . .146 Andrea, Martin ............................. Andrea, Rosemary R ................................. Annear, Elisabeth L...89,111,135,143,173 Annear, Gerald A.... ......................... 178 Antoine, Louis E... 148,178 Antonson, Lyle D 141,178 Appleby, Sarah ....... ...147 Appenzeller, Earl W. Appert, Richard O... Atkins, Tom D ........ Atkinson, John P.... ........... Auman, Richard D... .178 Austin, Merlyn P.... .178 Austin, Robert E.... ......................... Avakian, Hrair K.... ......... 108,109,178 Ayer, Donald W.. ........... 95 Ayer, Gordon D ......................................... B Babler, Muriel J ............................... 147,177 Baetz, Robert F ....... 69, 85, 99, 101, 140, 171 Bainbridge, Karen A .............................. Bakken, Milt C... ..69, 97 101,140 Bakken, Shirle'y M.. ..90, 113,147,178 Banfleld, Robegt E.. .................. Banker, Gary A.... Bark, Douglas C.. ..87 160 Bark, Richard D.. Barnett, James H Barr, Barbara J.... Bartels, David G.. Bartholf, James E.. Barton, Mary K Bass, Gene R ..... Batko, John B .................... Battles, Gary 0 .................. Bauch, Davis F ........ Baumeister, Robert A... Baumgart, Geraldine L. Baumgarten, Lyle M ........ 87, 121,133,159 Baumgarmer,Pau1 F ....................... 111,115 Baumgartner, William M.. . Baxter, Jean L .................. Baxter, Jeff D... Bayegan, Parviz . Beach, Joanne C.. Beaver, James F ......................................... 87 .................:::l65 Wyndu Becker, Darlene A ............... 90,131,146 178 Beckwith, Dorothy A ........ ...116 Beecher, Sharon J ........... ..176 Beerkircher, Ronald R. . Beery, Alan R .............. . Behling, Douglas L ..178 Belongia, James G.. ...136 Bender, Robert B. .............. Bender, Ronald B.. 93,149 Benesh, David L... ....... Benish, Ervin G... ..149,178 Bennett, Merle L. Benter, Edwin W.... ...178 Benton, Stephen C ............................. 121,148 Bentz, Delores C ......................... 102,181,128 Bentz, Floyd D..... ..93, 94, 159 Bergin, Patrick F.... .......... Berryman, Charles 0.. ................. Bertling, John P ...... Beske, James L. ................. Bethke, Floyd .. Bethke, Harry J Bethke, Lloyd ...... Bethke, Murial I. Betts, Keith W ..... Bezdek, Joseph J.... .......... Bibow, Lawrence C 69,101,162 Biddick, David R ......................... Biddick, Kathleen M.. . :69 93 Bigger, Louise M ......................... 173 Bilderback, Kenneth E. ..178 Bilkey, Charles L ........ 85,139 Bins, Frank C ............................................. 69 Bird, David B ............................................. Birkett, Billy E ..... ...178 Bisbach, Mary Ann. Bishop, Robert M.. ................. Blair, Larry D .......... 86 132,172 129 Bleskachek, Brian G ................................. 93 Blohm, Donald L ........... Bloom, Gilbert H. Bloom, Nathan Blount, Paul D ..... Bluemel, Ralph W.. Blum, Donald A ................ 178 Blumer, Donna M.. 133,171 Blumer, Sharon K.. .143, 173 Bobb, Joanne G ...... 88 109,136 Bodden, Jerome M.. .......... Boeck, Gordon P.... 104,173 Boettner, Gary A. 94,156 Bolin, Bonnie J .................................... 178 Bolin, James J... B011, Albert M. Boll, Thomas E. ....92, 178 Bollant, Robert J.... .. Bollerud, Kenneth J.. Bongiorno, Joann K.. Bongiorno, Joe S.... Borchers, Byron I. Bosben, Tom D ...... Bossenbroek, Henry J Bottomley, James W.. .1..77 Bouche, Ramon E.. . Boulanger, Stuart Bourgard, Leonard ....... Bourne, J.. Mathew ........... 148,178 Bourret, Kathryn J 113,147,177 Bowell, Gary ............................ 173 Bowers, Barbara B.. 112,145,173 Boyd, William P ........................... 149,178 Boyer, Mary J ................................. 113,172 Boyle, Mary K ..147,178 Boyle, Patricia A.... ..147,178 Brachman, William B ....... 164 Bradley, James H... 86,134 Braithwaite, Carol A ..... . Brandt, LanyL Brandt, Ronnie G.. . Bratberg, Bonita L ..................................... "178 Braun, Don C ......................... 75, 87, 101, 154 Brawner, Aloysius .. Bray, Edward R ....... Bredeson, Arlo E.. Bredeson, Alice M... Brereton, Charlaine P. Breuer, Shirley R ..... .91,136,145,171 Brewer, Judith A ................... 96,144 Brewer, Warren W... ......... 154 Breylinger, Roberta K.. ,147,178 Briggs, George W ...................... Briggs, Richard A... 142,178 Briggs, William .......... 142 Brink, Donald D... Brockel, Gerard J.. ......... Brown, Delon A... . 7,97,172 Brown, Nancy A... .. Brown, William P... ...... Bruun, John L ...... ...178 Bryant, Clyde E ....... 93,148 Buchanan, Howard T ............................... 156 Buchner, Beverly K ............. 90, 112, 147, 178 Bulin, Elgin A ..... ....7l,99,101,157 Bulin, Janet J ........ 147,177 Bulut, Ozcan ..... ..108, 109 Bump, Robert L ...... Bunde, Jerald C... Burgi, William E. Burkard, Jerry L... Burkholder, John J. ...... Burnard, Daniel D.. Burns, John N ....... Burns, Richard D ............................. Burreson, Rochelle J.,.90, 96, 132, 143, 172 Buros, Jerry D ........................................... 178 Burrow, Daryl E. ...163 Burton, Jane A..... ...153 Burull, Curtis J... Buschbom, Luann K... Bushnell, Mary J ..... Butcher, Thomas J. 105,178 Butson, Darlene J... ..,91 134,153 Bulson, Melvin D... .......... 1.52 Buttery, Carol J ......................................... C Cairns, Kay M ................. 88,91, 100, 173,147 Cairy, Karen S ............................... Caldwell, Thomas A... 69,177 Calvert, Walter C. .. . Camardo, Robert Camp, Wiladene L. Campbell, Micahel L.. ................ Cardin, Bonnie J..... Carlson, Harold L... Carlson, Marvin ................................ 104, 164 Cams, Richard T ....................................... Carpenter, John C... Carroll, Lawrence W.. Carswell, M. Jean.... Cartier, Richard Cary, Shelley J.. Case, Melvin E.. Casey, Merlin J ............. Castleberry, Kennith Ceniti, Joe N ................. Cerney, Ben L.... Chady, James D... Chamberlain, Judith A ............. Chandler, Carol E.. Chandler, Donna J,.. ...... 173 Chapman, John K... ...... 177 Chapman, Neta J ..... ..135,173 Charles, Elizabeth A... ...... Charles, Frederick R... Charmley, Charles E... Check, Patricia A ........ Cherrier, Timothy B Chihade, Tawlig .. Chin, David M.... Christensen, Don R.... ..78,108, 109,177 ........... 121, 134, I72 185 Christensen, Larry A ................................. 140 Christensen, Roger C ................................. 154 Christensen, Thomas E. ...92, 164 Christiansen, Ernest J ..... ....132,162 Christianson, Dean A.. .75,85,99,172 Christianson, Paul ... .114, 134 Church, Robert 1N1... Churchill, Robert J... 148,111 Cleary Bernadette A ..................... 63, 96. 1011, 112,145,173 Clement, Sharron C ................... 113, 146, 177 Clickner, Donald '1 ...93,155 Coburn, Nancy J... ..... 162 Cody, William . ...87, 137 C00, Alice L ............ 177 Cohcc, Roger M.. Colbert, Don L ............................ Colby, Karen .................................... 147 Cole, Grace D... 145.174 Cole, Jiles N. ..... 148 Cole, John S.. ................... 121 Cole, Nancy S... ........... 88, 96, 111, 113, 172 Cole, Norman I ........................................... 171 C011ins, Richard K.. ..... Comer, chdcl1 C.. .148, 177 Condom, John J.. .131,156 Conley, Gerald E ................. 84 11111, 111, 148 Conley, Sharyn M ..................... 113,147 17 90,136,147,173 ............ 174 Con'ner, Kathleen A... Cook, Caryl S ...... Cook, Gerald R. Cook, James C... Cook, Karen J... Cook, Robert L. Cook, Ted U ..... Coomber, James E.. Coons, Douglas L ..... Cooper, Sandra L.... Corman, Terry 1 ..... . Corriveau, Carol L ..... ..147 Cottingham, John E. ..... 154 Coulthard, Nancy J... Cox, Frederick P ................................. 134,17 Coylc, Judith A ................................. 112,173 Craig, Patsy K ..................... Crandall. Richard A. Craw, James W ................ Cresson, Norma S ............................... 123,172 Croifoot Robert L ..................................... 177 11011 Dennis L... ........ Crook, Jerry N ..... . , Cropp, Robert A.,..86 89,103,130,133-173 Crubaugh John W ................................... Cullen, Barbara J... Cullen, Gary F. Cullen, Joseph J.. . Cullen, Robert L.... ..... Cummings, Wm. John.. Cunningham, Robert J Curry, Connie K .......... Curtis, Donald E.... Cushinan, Elizabeth L... Cushman, Jerome J.. Czarnecki, Donald J ................................... D Dacntl, Ronald L.... Dahl, James R. Dalton, Hugh J. Dame, Donald L... Dammu, Dennis L.. Damrau, Judith A ..... 159 Daniel, David N... .121,. 131 Danielson, William Darling, Frederick H .......... Daughtcry, Loura Ward. David, Jacqueline M ..... Davis, Carscn H ...... Davis, David D ..... Davis, Deanna J... Davis, Dennis R... .. Davis, Jerry D.... ..... Davis, Mary E . Davis, Mason R ......................................... 177 ...... 69, 86, 97,137,172 ............... 178 186 Davis, Ronald C.. ...93 171 DeBuhr, Richard ..... 173 Dedie, Paul G ...... Dcebaj, Hashem . chner, Dennis A .......... Dcinhammer, Richard A... Deinhammcr, William J Dclkamp, David V ......... DeMuth, James L DeNurc, Gary L ...... Dcrrickson, Richard D.. .-1173 .. ..92 119. 5,135,177 Des Rocher, Cyril D ........................... 140 DCVVitte, Ellen G... 146,177 Diehl, Joyce C ....... 131,173 Dictzman, Purl F ....................................... 173 Dietzman, Rosalie M ................................. 177 Digmann, Rose Ann.. 136,177 Dillon, Thomas J.... ..... Dimick, Maxine .. ..... Disch, Joseph J ............................... 86,943,171 Disch, Ronald B ......................................... Dischlcr, Marlene T. 89,90,145,155,171 DiVall. James V ...... ....87, 148,177 Dobson, Thomas F.. ............ Doering, Donald D ..................................... Doering, Elaine M ..................................... 1:34 Doering, Margaret A.. ..... 116 Doering, Karen A ....... ...84.98,172 Docringsfcld, Richard ............... 100 .97, 100, 125 Doeringsfeld, Robert N. .98, 110, 137 11011, Mary S ..... Dolney, David A... Doran, Judith A... Doser, Mary J ....... Doudna, Gary B Douglas, Bruce L. Doyle, Patricia A. Doyle, William S. Draggs, John H... Dravcs, William H.. Dresser, Joseph VV.. Duerst, Phillip R.... Dufcnhorst, Dennis F... Duffey. Karen A ...... 111111, John R ......... Durdin, Augustus C.... Durni, Sandra L .......... Durrant, Joseph D... Durtschi, Sharon R ..137,147,177 ...90,1l2,147,17:3 Dvorak, Thomas L .......................... 121,134 E Eastcnson, Bruce D.... Eberhardt, Mary ........................ 96, 144, 165 Eckerman, Keith F ......................... 69,99,101 Eddy, Robert D... ....178 Edge, Gary L ...... Edge, Isabel M.. Edge, Orlyn P ....... Edgcrton, Don E .................. Egan, Marjorie J. Ehn, Alan R ......... Ehrke, Carroll D. Eikel, Charles F... Einerson, Gary VV... Ekdahl, Andrea H... Eklund, Leland R... Ellis, Glen C ......... Ellis, Richard C Elmer, Jenny L Elser, John E ...... Elson,VVi11iam Emmerich, Roger L. Englesby, John H. Englesby, Keith C. Erb, Janet M ......... Erickson, Bruce R... Erickson, Gary R Erickson, James .. Erickson, Lynne A... 113,121, 131,173 Erickson, Maribeth ..... 113, 147, 177 Erickson, Phillip E... .............. Ernst, James F ............................................. 177 93,178 73,97,101,16O ............. 137,156 ..89, 131, 174,148 ,.131,149,178 9.7, 101, 133,140 Ernst, William F.. Ertel, Carley L. Esch, David C.... Evans, Ronald M. Everson, James 11.... Everson, Robert K ..................................... 111 Ewers, Arlen B ..... ..85,89,172 Ewers, Eleanore J.. .. Ewers, Patricia J... Ewing, Stanley E ......................... 94,104,142 Eyers, Neil S ............................................... F Fabian, Jerry E ........................................... Faherty, Michael J ..................... 102,110,142 Fahrney, Donald L ............................. 93,171 Fair, 1V. Ross ................... Faivrc. Bonnie L. Farrey, Loren A ....... Feddcrscn, Lawrence A ............................. Feil, Herbert E ........................................... Feldcr, Marilynn M ..88, 136,145,171 Fenske, James H.. Ferrin, Patricia A. Ficdlcr, Rose M ........................................... Field, Dennis L ........................................... 154 Fink, Bonnie D ..... Fink, Frederick W Finn, Lyle D ......... Finncy, Nancy L Fischer, Roger E... Fisher, Gerald B... Fisher, Mary C ............ Fitzgerald, Darlene F.. Fitzgerald, Jean ...... Fitzgerald, Mary J.. Fitzsimmons, Janet Fitzsimons, Linda S.... Flanagan, Patrick M.. Flees, Michael J ....... Flesch, Ronald G ..... Flottmcycr, Joseph L Flynn. Thomas J ..... F0111recht, Edwin R.. Foley, John A ....... Foley, Robert M .............. Forbes, Edward F ............ Forscth, John L ....... Fortncy, Du W'ayne R Fortney, Marcus E ............................... 121 Foster, Geraldine D ..... 88,121, 123,147,178 Fox, Julie A ................. Fox, Richard A.. Frank, Blanche E.. . 16,121,171 112,121,173 85,137,165 86,99,162,17l 9:164 Frank, Donald .................... 137 Frankenstein, Albert C ............... 71,149,178 Frederick, Glenn A ................................... 163 Fredrickson, Merlin E.. .. Frei, Daniel L ........... Fremont, James R... Frey, Judith C ............... . 5:3 11riar,Rachael A ................ 90,136,146,178 Fricdli, Harry ....... 99 Fritsch. Arnold L.. Froh, David R.... .. Frank, Donald R ........................ Frost, Richard R ............ Fuller, Richard W... Fullerton, James P... Furlong, John L ....... Galle, Terry D ...... Games, Turner ..... .. Ganzel, Maynard R. ............. Garbisch, Milton E ............. 86, 132, 142, 173 Garside, Klella M ..... Garske, Robert M.. .. Gast, Gary E ....... ..148,178 Cast. Gerald G... ...69, 97 Gatz, Francis ......... Gcmpler, Margaret A ............................... Genthe, James E... ................. 131 Gentz, Merlin G 86,88, 133,156 Gerl, Florian E ........................................... Gerl, Leroy J ......................................... 85, 173 Gervasi, John A... Getschman, Rex A.. .................. 135 Gibbon, Barbara A ..89,91,134,155 Gierhart, Cynthia J ............................. 96,100 Giese, Patricia E ....................... Gilbert, Gary A ...... Gilbertson, Donald R... Gile, Howard L ...... Gille, Jerilyn R ................................ Ginner, Gary F Glasbrenner, Leon J. Glass, Robert W ......... Glendenning, Donna E.....106, 128, 154, 181 Glendenning, Richard F ........... 154, 181, 129 Glennon, Cletus W ............................... 93, 94 Click, Carol M ..... 91,134,145,17l Godfrey, Paul S ..... Godfrey, Peter A. Goers, Roger T ........................................... 178 Goke, James W ........................................... Goke, Roger E... Golden, Patrick J. Goldhagen, John C G011ry,Thomas S ............................... 116,163 Goodcll, Suzanne P ........................... 147,178 Goodmillcr, Lois A Goodrich, Nancy ..88, 111,121, 123,163 Gorder, Marla K . ......................... 174 Gorsuch, Mina A ....................................... 154 Gotz, Francis R ........................................... 85 Govicr, Joanne M. ..112, 134,171 Graham, Garet R. Graham, Judith K ....................... 89,100,111, 134, 147, 174 Graney, Richard .. ....... 135, 178 Gratz, Ronald L... ..... 178 Grauvogl, Keith H.. . 69 Grauvogl, Kenneth 0... Graves, Marcia ..... ..96,115,160 Gray, Gary R.. 148,178 Gray, George 0. ........ 153 Green, Dale R... Green, Edwin H... Greene, Ronny 11.... Greenwood, John E Greenwood, Nancy K . Gregory, Charlotte A ............... Griesmer, Donald H.. ...88, 115, 136, 172 Grimm, Gary W ..................... 178 Grindey, Geralth B Gronley, Billy L Groom, Charles B. Grunow, David C. Grunow, Roger V . Guenther, Joseph J.... ........... 85, 137,173 Guenther, Karl W ................................. 93, 94 Haas, Edith M ........... ' Hahn, Raymond L.. . Hale, Patricia A... Hales, Albert L ................. 86. 88, 94,132,156 Hall, Judith I ................. Halloran, Thomas J.. Haltmeyer, John H.... Hamann, William H.. Hamilton, Stanley F ..... Hammer, Larry L ........................ 95,131,172 Hammond, Shirley M ........... 176 Hampton, Patrick J.... Hampton, Dean R... Hampton, Paul J Hanak, Warren A .......... Hankerson, James T.. Hanko, Carol J ......... Hannaford, Patricia Hansen, Edward C... Hanson, Gene A.... Hanson, James R.. Hanson, Hanson, Norman C. Hanson, Robert W Hapte, Hailu ............ ................ 148,178 ...87, 146,179 160 Hardin, Samuel E ....................... 86,100,158 Hardyman, William G.. .............. 178 Harkcr, Jane A ............ ..88,98,143 Harms, Robert G ....................................... Harms, Claire T ......................... 131, 146, 176 Harness, Frank W .69, 85, 99, 101, 171 Harrell, Janet L .......................... 131,176 Harrell, Katherine L.. ..96, 112, 121, 131 Hartman, Donald G ......................... 148,176 Hartman, James ........................................ 148 Hartwig, Barbara J. ...89,90,98, 143 Harval, Orville H., Jr ...... 121,131 Harvey, Francis L... Harvey, Gail A ................................... 146,178 Haskins. Robert J ..................................... 110 Hasscl, Charles E ..... ...148, 178 Hastcrt, William 0. ........... 156 Hasz, Clarence W.. ...69,86,99, 101 Haugc. James E ......................................... Hauscr, Daniel G ....................................... 161 Hauscr, Roger E... ....... 153 Havlik, Ronald J.. ,.l48,178 Hawkinson, Carol M.. ..110, 144 Hawkinson, Eugene D ............................. 86 Hawkinson, Gerald J ................................. 69 Hay, James F ........ 86,131,174 Hayes, Kay A...... ....98, 161 Hayes, Sharon M.. chcrlcin, John F ............. 103,104,137,153 Hefty. David 1... Hefty, John C.... .. 1.76 Heibcl, Bernard K ..86 137,141,174 Heilmzm. William 6 Hcim, Carol F ........ Hcin, Evelyn M.... Hcisz, Clarence E.. Hclhcrg, William . Hclhing, Orlin H.. Hcllpap, Sherill L... Hclmcid, Gordon E.. Hclmcnstcin, Marion Helms, Joyce E ............ Hclt, Carol Jean ...... Henderson, William R.. chdrickson, Paul .8... chk. Lawrence C... ....176 chnings, James M ..... 163 chquinct. William D.. .,...11 174 Henthorn, Sharon L... .109,146,178 Hcsscnthalcr, John R . 93,149 Hcssncr .......................... 95 chning, Ronald O... .......... 163 Hetzcl. Doris A ...... .89 91,146 Heucr, Avis ........ Hickman, Gerald . Hicks, Larry R Hicks, Mary C ..... Hidayah, Suad K.. Higa, Larry 8... Hill, Dixie L ........................................ Hill, Dorothy M ..................... H111, Gerald G. Hill, Roger A ..... Hillard, Ralph E . Hillman, Joan ............................................ Hipenbcckcr, Erma F ....... 116,121,133,172 Hinrichs, Roger L.... Hirsch, Peter J ...... Hirschinger, Faye A.. . ....91, 143 Hodge, Robert H ................ 69, 87 131,178 Hoeper, Terrance A ................................. Hoeverman, Sally A... 89, 96, 144, 157 Hoff, Michael P ................. 148,176 Hoffland, Robert 0.. ..104, 155 Hoffman, Linda J ....................................... 158 Hofstecn, David L.... ...................... 148,178 Hogan, Marilyn R.... ..137,153 Holak, Thomas R.... Holcomb. David B ..................................... 162 Holland, Leo L ........................... 85,136,174 Hollafz, Thomas L ....97, 140 Hollis, Rowan ............................................ 139 Holm, Leland E., Jr ........................... 85,148 ..91, 136,147,176 .............. 161 Holman, David A ....................... 87,148,176 Holmes, Richard J Holtc, Linda E .......... Holzhueter, Dalhart T... Hong, Sung D ............ Hood, Richard D.. Hoppe, Joyanne C Horn, Richard A.. Horton, David .. Horton, John D.... Hosey, Fred L., Jr.... Hosking, Carlyle R.. ..69,114,176 Hosking, Hugh ............... 114 Hoskins, Robert W.. Hosokawa, Robert H.. Houston, Joyce L...88,98, 100 102 147,172 Howdlc, Joan ...................... 88,98,163 Howdle, Richard A Howe11,Jon R ..... Howe, Ronald Howley, Donald E Hoyt James G ............ Hmmadka, Robert HuHman, James S... ..148,176 Hughes, Rita A... . 12,144, 174 Hugunin Marilyn K ..,90 96 112,147 171 111111, Robert E .......... Hunter, Ronald W.. Huntley, Daniel D. 111.... Hunzickcr, Lynne A... Hurtz, Quentin G... Hurum, Walter H.." Hutchinson, Janet B ................... 89, 90,113. 135,146,174 Hutchinson, Phillip H ............... 88,104,155 Hutter, Donna M.. 112,116,130 Hynd, Barry L .......... I Icnalsch, XVilliam D... Ingalls, Donald D.... Ingram, Terrence N ............. 94, 104, 121, 155 Iscnsce, Wallace 8.... ...................... 148,176 1810, Carl C ................... 175 Ivcy, Robert C ............................. 148,176 75,99,101 Aal1s, Ronald W. tack, Dennis L... Jackson, James W. ,acobs, William J. J amhscn, Paul M ............................... I48, 17! .acgcr, H. James ........................................ 176 . ahnkc, Gary ...... ...179 Jalmkc, Reynotta Jahns, Dennis James, David J. amcs, Harlow R... names, Robert E. Jameson, Scott S. anousck, Le Roy Jansen, Ronald P NcH'crs, Margaret A.. cnkins, Diane A... uennings, Linda L.. Jcpsml, Chris G.. .cpson, Curtis J.. herdce, Joyce A .............. J essie, Jane A ................. .....89, 91,133,164 Jessie, Jean 1.... ..88,91, 133, 164 Minkins, John W dochimsen, Willard H.. Mohns, Douglas H ................................. 75,176 Johnson, Allen R ......................... 87, 100,133 Johnson, Bernard J.. ......... 148 hohnson, Carolyn M ohnson, David L ....... 104, 111, 131, 133,173 thnson, David R. ................... 87,148,176 ohnson, Fred L.... - Johnson, Howard E... ohnson, John C.. lohnson, Joy L . ohnson, Linda ohnson, Roy L.... .. ohnson, Wayne ....149,176 ................ 69,148,179 187 Jonas, Thomas J ......................... 105, 148,176 Jones, Anona M.. Jones, David. Jones, Diane Jones, John A... Jones, John F... Jones, Roger W.. Jones, Ronald C.. Jones, Terry L.... Jordan, Thomas N ..... Jorenby, Gail M ......... Jorgenson,R01yn K... Josh R011a1d,A. 111.. Jourdan, Hubert W Joyce, John M .......... Jozefowicz, Michael Julseth, David H... ..149,176 Julseth, Phillip G ............................... 134,175 Kaderly, Edward 5.. 87,148,179 Kahl, Robert G.... ........... 69, 86 Kalb, Paul E ..... 88,103,171 Kalnins, Ivars .................... 176 Kalscheur, Kenneth A... Kaltenbach, David Kalvelage, Robert L... Kamps, Donovan G... Kamps, Janis M.. Kanack, Dale C.... Kanaha, Patricia A Kane, Mary E ............. Karrmann, William P... Kasch, Charles K ........... Kaske, Karen ......... Kaster, Joseph L.. .75. 94 101 ........... 176 89,96, 145, 154 Katzman, James W.. . 148, 17.1 Kautz, Robert J ............. Keehner, Harlan . 148,179 Keene, James E ................... Keliikoa, Thalia Mac ...147, 17.1 Kelley, Robert J ................. 93 Kellogg, Kenneth R Kenyon, Cathryn G... ...90,113, 147,175 Kepler, R. Stewart. .................. 179 Keppel, Olive R ...... Kerwin, Robert J ............... Keup, Gordon J ...................... 85,165 Khattri, Shrikrishna P. Khodabandcloo, Iraj Khodabandeloo, Maskoolu Nahid A ..... Kia, Mahmoud .................................... Kiarang, Nasser .. 95,108,109 Kiefer, Timothy J.. ............................ Kiefcrt, W'illiam C ........................... Kieffer, Madonna E Kiepp, Gail .......... Kies, Carol A.. Kies, Gary T.... Kies, Kenyon, C... Kilen, Thomas C.... Kilkelly, Janette H Kim Byong H ............ Kincannon, Marion J... Kincannon, Raymond W Kinch, Glenn E ............. .86, 94, 132, 174 ........... 98,164 ...155 King, Don ................................. 139 King, Stephen ......................................... Kingeter, Jacqueline K. ....... Kinney, Patrick K ...... 87,89,162 Kinney, Ralph V Kintz, John F... ..121,174 Kirch, Glenn ....... 179 Kirch, Carol L .......... ...-98,143 Kirchgassner, John J.. ,149, 176 Kirkpatrick, Gary D.. .......... Kitelinger, Dolores V Kitto, Richard 1M... Klaas, Karen M ..... K1ar,Bonnie M ........................... K1ar,Jo Anne M .................... 89, 96,137 Klassy,Pa1ricia K. ..145 Klatt, Richard T ....... . Klecker, Richard B .............. Kleckler, Patricia .. ..,89 90,98,134, 143,154 188 Klein, Pauline M ........... 90,98,121,l37, 171 Klein, Alan .......... Klinger, James E. Klipp, Mary E .......... Klippel, Wi1fred H.... Knappmiller, Gilbert W Knight, Jo Ann .............. 89,91,134, 146,155 Knight, Po1lyH 75 Knobe1,Philip 9 ........... 85 Knoernschild, Kenneth P. Knoke, Cedric N ........... Knox, David A ..... Knox, James C. Knox, Jay F ........... Knudson, Lynaris L ..... 121,131,146,176 Kobayashi, Randolph Y ........................... 160 Kobbervig, Harold D ................... 179 Kocher, Dennis R ........ ...71, 101, 175 Koehnke, Ellsworth R .......... Koel, Harry J .......... 101,134 Kohr, Donald B.. ..149,176 Kolar, Daniel J ............... Kolar, Gretchen E.. 91 96,141 Kolar, Kenneth J. .......... Kolar, Marion E.. Koller, Susan K.. Konop, Ken V.... Koo, Young H.... Kopp, Gail E ...... Kopp, Steve K.... Kowitz, Byron V... ...96,1l3,162 ...... 71,97 ...35, 97 Kowitz, Lyle M ..... . ........ 176 Krantz, Frederick P.... ..104,172 Kratochwill, Robert J ....... 176 Krattiger, Arthur N Kraus, John M ......... Krause, Gerald A. ............. 176 Krenek, James J... ...78. 148, 176 Kreul, Gary E .................... 179 Kreul, Terrance L 121,176 Kreutzer, Gerald .139,176 Krieg, Fred ....................... I48 Kriewald, James A ...... ....121.123,134 Krohn, David J ................. 92,97,164 Krohn, Jerome H. ...... 176 Krohn, Marcus E. .. Krohn, Sharon A. Krueger, Erwin A ..... Krueger, Thomas W ..... 86, 89. 121, 131, 174 Kruk, BeltyA ....... Kruschke, Donald .. Kubly, Richard J ..... Kuenz, Wi1liam E... Kuhl, John B ....... Kuhn, James W.. .. Kuhnau, Ronald A .............. Kumba, Jerome E ............ Kundert, Kenneth R... Kustka, Byron L.... 92,194,163 Kutz, Leon C ............................................. .148 L Lahaie, Robert A ............................... 149,179 Laird, James C.. ...... Lake, Paul V ........ Lambert, Clay W.. Lambie, John E ....................................... La Mere, Theresa R ............................. 147 Lampc, John T .............. ...152 Landvogt, William 0.. Lane, Julian T ........... .................I::174 Lang, Carolyn M... 105,109,111,121 Lang, Russel R.... Lang, Wayne V.... .. . Lange, Donald F... ...... Lange, Gary E ...... Lange, Gordon C... ...... Langkamp, Mark A Larson, Brian L ....... ..179 Larson, Helen M ..................................... Larson, Larry D ......................................... Larson, Sharon A... Lau, Henry H ......................................... 174 Laufenberg, Marjorie M.. .136,172 Laufenberg, Sharon A ............................. 157 Lawrence, Kenneth E ..................... 148,179 Lawton, Frederick H ................... 179 Lederer, Victor ............ 148,179 Lee, Eldon K.. , F Lee, Erven C.... .,3 Lee, Richard F Lee, Robert T.... Lee, Thomas M.... Lee, Victor W ...... Lee, Young A.. .164 Legler, Karl P .............. 105 Lehner, Roger O... Lenhart, Philip Leslie, David J .................. Levens, Grace A .............. Levzow, Roger L... Lewerenz, Roger W... .................... 179 Lewke, Carla E ...... 98,116,143 157 Lewis, Jerry J ................................ Lewis, Raymonda J... ..... 146,175 Ley, Ronald C.... ................. 179 Lhost, Glenn R.... ...87 101,174 Lidelhoven, Peter . Lien, Richard H.... Lienaw, Isabel T.... Lieurance, Keith E,, Jr Lind, Larry E .................. Linton, Nancy S ...... Liske, James W ........ Livengood, Sharon K... Livermore, James C... ............. Livingston, Ann M ..... Livingston, Diane L... Livingston, Richard D ...... Loeffelholz, Claribel M.. Loeffelholz, Donald John. ...... 179 Loeffelholz, Ruth A .......... Loftsgordon, Richard A.. Lomax, Lawrence C ....... Long, Thomas L ...... Longhorn, Mary El .. Louthain, Jerry L ......... Louthain, Joan M.. Lovelace, William R. 1.93, 101, 103 Loy, Abraham 1 .......... Loy, Rosalie .................. 90,112,134,179,146 Lucas. Tom H ............................................. 101 Ludeks, Modris J . Ludewig, Don E.. Ludlum, Mary A Lueck, Douglas G.... Luxton, Patricia A ........................... 147,177 M Maahs, David L ......................................... 179 Macke, Robert B.. ..175 Mac Lean, John D ...... 175 Madsen, Carl R.... ............. 95, 103 Magino, Shirley J.. Magnus, Andrew H.. Mahoney, James E .. Malec, Ray J .............. Malson, Richard J.. ...69140 Maney, Charles E.... ..... Manglos, Arthur L Mann, Patti L ..................................... 147,179 Marg, Erland R ......................................... Markee, David J... ..179 Marking, Gerald A.. ................... Mamocha, Doug L.. Marshall, Lavern Martens, Perry G .107,l79 Martin, James ,A... ..... Martin, Mary E ..... . 13,144 Martin, Richard A.. Martin, Richard W Martin, Roger 9.... Marty, Anna M.... Marty, Mathew G Marty, Willis G ........ Mathison, Jodean E ,91, 116,147,174 Mathys, Mary L .................... 146,179 Matley, David C.... ..... Matthews, Judith R ................................. 179 Matthews, Lee D ..................................... 179 Manson, Suzanne M ......................... 147,179 Mau, David W ........................................... Maurer, Bonnie J. ..63,100,112,146,175 Maves, Marjorie M .................... 147,174 May, Joe N ........... ..121,137,158 Mayer, Bette A ......................................... Mayfield, Marion M ................ 121,146,179 McAloon, John D ................. 153 McAteer, Charles H.. McCabe, Donovan E.. McCabe, Gerald F ...... McCabe, Kathleen A... McCarragher, Pat J ..... McCarville, M. Judith McClain, Bruce A ......... McCluskey, Eugene ,A... McConnell, Joanne M... McCormick, Philip 0. MCCuc, John W ........... McDermott, Gloriann McDermott, Robert J. .. McDermott, Thomas J., . ,88,91 McDonald, Daniel P.. McDonald, Gene ......... McDonald, Rosemar ...137, 174 McFa11,Ruth ............ .. ..172 McGinley, Lawrence E ..... 88,115,136,160 McGinnis, Norman C... McGreane, Thomas M. McGuire, Francis H.. McGuire, James 1... McGuire, John F... McGuire, Mary C ......... McGuire, Maureen L... McKenzie, Douglas E... ........ McKenzie, James W.. McKichan, Richard L.,. 75 McKittrick, Charles N... ..87,175 McLain, Sandra Jane..134,174 McLaughlin, George W ........ McNutt, Ronald G... ..85, 154 McReynolds, Ronald P. ...... 131,175 McVay, Royce V .......... Meade, Jerry ......................... Meadows, MichaeL 92, 114, 165 Meichtry, Edwin C.... .................. 174 Meier, Gerald F .................. 148 Meier, Gerald W... 111172 Meier, John C ...... Mcissncr, Lee A.... Merchant, Gloria B ................................. Messet, Gordon ............................ 69,114,175 Messer, Lynn E.. .................. 69,174 Messer, Margaret E.89,91,98, 135, 161,146 Meuer Fred R ....... .. ....135 Meyer, Gerald E ....................................... 175 Meyer, Jerry D ......................................... 175 "90, 111, 113, 172 ................. 179 ..69,99, 101 Meyer, Penny ........ Meyer, Richard J.. Meyers, James A ....... Michael, Elliot F ................ Michel, Marjorie A ............. 90, 123,136, 172 Mick, Robert S ..................... Mickie, Richard C.... "149,175 Midlhun, Julianne M.. Miller, Garry L ......................................... Miller, Harvin A ....................................... Miller, . Miller, Miller, Miller, Martha J.. .,88 91,161,128,146,181 Miller, Phillip L ..................................... Miller, Roger H ....... .179 Millhouse, Jon T.,. Millin, Ivan K ......... Millman, Linda A ..... 96,102,112,123,128, 172,181,184 Millman, Richard G ................................. Milward, Richard C.. 175 Mill, Frank J ........... .153 Misky, Charles R ............. 78 84, 88, 97, 100, 137,172 Mitchell, John L ..................................... Mitchell, Jilo .............................................. 175 Mitchell, Robert J. . Mitchell, Valentine. Moen, Anthony J. ....... 175 Moen, John W ...... 85,157 Moen, Mun'el A.. ......... 96 Moffett, James L.. ...... 93 Moffett, Leslie... Mohr, James 0.... .............. Monroe, Marcia J. Montaba, Mark R... qutaba, Steven B. ............................. 69 Monthie, Wally A... ...87,88,115,131,164 Moody, Richard D. .. .160 Moody, Ronnie D... Moody, Russell C... Moore, Gary A.... Moore, Jerald B Moore, Richard. Moore, Robert E.. More, George A ................................... 78,155 More, Paul E ............................................. 175 Morris, Richard J. ..... 69 Morrison, David J... 148,175 Mortimer, Eugene M . ..,93 156 Mueller, Elaine G ....................... 90,146,179 Mueller, Gary M ....................................... Mueller, Robert E... Mueller, Ronald G. Mueller, William L... Mulcahey, Richard T ............................. Mullen, Gerald T ............................. 148, 179 Mullen, J. Peter... ..115, 139 Muller, Jacklan L ...179 Muller, John C.... Muller, Mike D ............................ . Mullikin, Jonathan R ................ .175 Mullikin, Shelby J... Mulock, Don L.... .......... Munson, Sherrill J. Murphy, Dennis E ............................. 69,175 Murphy, James G ....................................... 69 Murphy, J. Matthew. Murphy, Patrick J... Murphy, Robert S.... ...161 Murphy, Ronald E ................................... Murray, Charles F ..................................... 175 .,8891, 171 Murray, Margaret E. ....... l 79 Murray, Marlene R... Murray, Tim J ........ ...179 Murray, William J ................................... Murzyn, Robert ........................................ 148 Mushel, Lee A ...... Myers, Arthur D.. Myers, James H.... Myers, Peggy L ................................... 88,154 Myers, Roger A ......................................... N Nalepinski, James R ................................. 130 Nance, Donald R., ....69,175 Natvick, Jean A ......................... 90,146,175 Nehring, Charles H ................................. 175 Nelson, Doris K Nelson, Marvin A Nelson, Myles A ........ Nelson, Richard W ................................. Nelson, Robert R ............................. 148,175 Nelson, Ronald H ...... Nelson, Sandra J.. Neuges, Norman D.. Neuman, Kerwin J ................................. Nevel, Robert E ....................................... 159 Newberry, James P.. ..121, 149 Newman, John B.... ...... 161 Newman, Robert E.. ..... 135,174 Nichols, Marlys J ................. 89,90,135,171 Nichols, Sharon E .......................... 135,171 Nichols, William ....... ..102, 142 Nicholson, Robert L. ....85,163 Niemi, Dorothy J.... ..147,l75 Nirschl, Peter F ........ Noble, Larry D ....................... 75,99,101 Nodolf, Joan E ......................................... Noordyk, Virgil V ......................... 85,99,162 Nordahl, George V ............................. 104,149 Noble, Mary A... ...... 143 Novak, Jon A ..... Novinska, Gary D . Nyhus, Janice M ......................... 98,145,174 0 O'Brien, Gerald L ..................................... 160 Offerdahl, Judith Offerman, Charles 0... Ohlert, Cletus J ..... O'Keefe, William J.. ..... 95 Oleson, Douglas A.. 96, 157 Oleson, Marjorie A ...... 160 Oleson, Max L ....... 86,172 011g, Theresa ...... ....,.159 Oliversen, Kjell 92,158 Olson, David Ardin.. 131,175 Olson, James G ..... , Olson, John H... Olson, Keith B..... Olson, Llewellyn Olson, Marilyn A.... Olson, Micheal A. Olstad, Jim W ....... Oomens, Fred W.... Oosterhuis, Wm. T 75,94 Opelt, James N .............. Osterday, Thomas A. 91,172 Osterhaus, Gerald P ................................. 162 Otani, Irene F ..................................... 98,146 Otteson, Marilynne 0... 90,113 Ottum, Thomas F.... ...... Oudyn, David L ................................. 85,174 P Paar, Judith A ......................................... 158 Pace, Myrna J.. ... Palan, Richard J. .. Palmer, Gary J ..... ..175 Palzkill, Arthur D ..................................... 141 Palzkill, Catherine L ................. 90,113,174 Palzkill, Norbert J Palzkill, Patrick J. Palzkill, Thomas J. Panetti, Don E ..................................... 93,157 Parker, Raymond P ................................. Parkinson, Joanne M.. 135,177 Parks, Charles L..... ...... Patch, James F.. .. Pauli, Dennis H ......................................... Pauli, Stanley J ........................................... 89 Paulsberg, George D.. ...93,l74 Paulsen, Carl C ........ Paulson, Diana M. ...88,90, 145,172 Pauser, Donald E... ............................. 153 Peacock, Lynne A ................................ 96 Peake, Donald G... ...... Peck, Patricia A ..... 88,91,153 Pederson, Harlan J.. ........ 94 Pederson, Kaaren M ................. ..121 Peer, Eugene A ......................... ,177 Pellowski, James ........ .135 174 Pendleton, Juanita D Pendleton, Marlin E ......... 121,123,134,153 Penniston, Clifford W ................. Penniston, Garold J ........... Penniston, Kenneth G Penniston, Terry L.... Penson, John B... 71,172 ..93,94, 125,159 ...75, 177 Perala, Marvin E ........................ 159 Peterson, Betty K ................. 88,9,147,175 Peterson, Gary A. ....131,177 Peterson, John H. ......... Peterson, Jean ..... .133,143 Peterson, Kay L.. 113,131 Peterson, Mary D. ......... Peterson, Roger L ..... 93 159 Peterson, Ronald T. ..... 156 Peterson, Weston W. .. Pettera, Gerald ...... .. Pettera, Nancy" ..... Petty, Carl R ..................................... 149,177 Pfaff, Larry J ,,,,,,, Pfeil, Dennis W... 149,177 Phillips, David L.. ........ 149 Phillips, Robert A.. 109,160 Phipps, Leroy '11.. .. 1,148,177 Pick, Michael A... ......... 84,136 Pickett, David J.... 93,114,125 Piddington, Scott J... Pieplow, Carol E...88,91 161, 181,128,147 Pierce, Roger .............................................. Piltz, William J... 149,177 Pill, Keith B... ..... Pink, David ............... 177 Pinkham, Clayton E ........................... 85,164 Piquette, Joan M ............................. 102,172 Piquette, John P. ..... 177 Pitts, Jerry D... ........ 173 Piltz, Carole J ..... .89, 144,159 Ploessl, Eugene L ..................................... I53 Plourdc, Joy L ........................................... Plummer, Terry K Poehlman, James I. Poller, Nancy I ........ Ponyicsanyi, Michael VV...110,114,149,177 Poppe, Rudolph W ................................. Poppy, A1111 ......... 89, 91, 98, 134 143 153 Porter, JaniceK M. . ....134,174 Porter, John L... Pothour, Steven J ..................................... Potter, Jack W ......................................... 179 :931103 Potton, Larry A... .172 Powell, Kenneth D ............ 177 Powell, Lee A ....... ..104,148,177 Powers, Mark J ............................. 86,97,105 Pratt, Dennis W ..................... 148,175 Price, Charles ........... 173 Price, Gordon B... Price, James G... Priebe, William D ................... Prieve, Richard E ................... Probst, William A.. ..... Prochaska, Coletta M. . Proksch, Lyle E ...... Prube, W .................. Ptaschinski, Richard J... .. Pugh, William C. ........ Pufahl, Virgil R.... , Q Quade, Fyrone J ........ Quam, Patricia K ....................... 91,146,177 R Radl, Paul G .......... Radtke, Gary A... Radtke, Roland R... Raimer, Veronica L.. Ramagcr, Merlin F.. Ramcker, Paul C ...... Rameker, William J.. Rasmussen, Steve... Rathcrt, John D.... Raught, Peggy A.. Rawson, Arnold J Ray, Darlene E... Ray, Robert L ..... Rayford, Bonnie .. Rayford, Erwin W Raynoha. Victor F Reasa, Walter T... ..... Recob, Robert I .......... Redenius, Randall Reed, Larry E ..... 69,99,100,101,103,141, 172 Reed, Robert H ......................................... Reeder, Gary G... . Reedy, Cecil G... ........ 157 Reese, Carole R... 96,116,143 Reese, James R... ..148177 Reese, Thomas A.. ....... 78 Reichmann, Victor N. ........ 148 Reise, David G ........ . 1,137,172 Reiter, Gene L...... 93,149,172 Remington, Sharon A. ........ Reukauf, Thelma I ................................. 190 "813,162 ..... 179 148,177 ...139,177 .......... 93 147,177 .81,121.172 ..... 160 Reuter, Shirley J ................. 90, 96, 136, 164 Rhee, Hai Chang Rhei11,Pau1 E.. Rice,Da1c D... Rice, William J .................. Richards, Theodore J. Richardson, Keith F. Richcrt, John H ........... Richman, Dennis . ......... 89,104,103-111, 149,174 Richman, Roger L ............. 105, 149, 174,177 Richter, Dorothy A.. ..... 113,136,174 Riddiough, Reese N.. ................ 93 Riechers, Neal J ........... 133 Rielly, John M ...110,142 Riemcr, Brian V1 ...... 84 Riley, Dan P.... Rillic, Jerry L.. Rippchcn, Sandra A.. ...1340174 Ritenour, Sally J ...147,l77 Riter, Neil C.... ....... 177 Robb, Jack M.... .93 158 Robbins, Robert J. Robbins, Ronald D.. Roberts, Cordon C. Roberts, Ronald D. Robinson, John ...... Robinson, Rachel R.. ........... 179 Rock, Francis J... .101,104, 156 Rock, George E ........... 114 Rock, John A ........... ....177 Rockweiler, Richard A.. ...137, 174 Roddcn, Jimmie R.... Rodman, Richard A.. Roehling, Donne G. Roehr, Kent W... Rogers, David J.... Rogers, Gerald K.. Roloff, Mark W .............. ....107 Romundson, William T ,103,111, 133, 174 Ronncrud, James .A ................................ 165 Rood, Nadine L .......... ...179 Rosemeyer, Laura L.. Roudebush, John L. Rouse, Grace A .......... Ruckdaschcl, Gary A.. Rue, John D ............. Ruef, Ed A ........ Ructtcn, Fred P... Runaas, Diane Bu Runde, Joseph A ...... Runkcl, Penelope M ..... 121,123, 131, 146, 987114 ...113 ........... 176 .69, 99, 101, 172 177 Rupp, James H ......................................... 121 Rupp, Janet L.. 147 Ruskell, Gary L Russell, John P ......................................... S Saadi-Tehrani, Said... Sabin, Winston J ........................... Sack, Thomas J ........................................... 11 Sacthcr, Jill A.. ..88,91,111 Sager, Robert A.. .............. Sampc, Fred G .87, 89,131, 157 Sander, Mary .............................. 113,116,174 Sanderson, Doris A ................................... 147 Sanderson, Gary ............ 88, 94, 104, 130, 131 Sandmire, Gordon B.... Sandstrom, Leonard M.. Sanford, Richard L ................... 92,103,125 Santos, John W ................................... 87,172 Sarbacker, Richard I.....75, 99, 101, 140, 160 Sarhaddi, Manouchehr, Schaal, Lana R .......... Schaefcr, Herbert 1V.. ........... Schaefer, John R ............ Schaefer, Joseph R... Schafer, Theodore R ................................. 99 Schambow, Richard D ........................... 156 Schams, James D ........ Schauf, Russell J ............ Scheelc, Robert C ....................... 99,140,171 Scheidt, Melhthi1d.. Schiefelbcin, Patricia D..... Schiefert, Daniel J .............. Schirmer, Margaret. .. Schleck, Helen A ................ 137,147 Schleck, Sharon M. .89,90,98, 143,171 Schliem, Jerry L ................................. 69,179 Schliesman, Robert H ................................. 85 Schlocmer, Janice K... Schloesser, Robert W. Schlough, Patrine ...... Schmedcman, Thomas D ......................... Schmieder, Ceanne .................... 96,144,165 Schmelling, James S... ............. Schmelling, Paul D.. Schmidt, James A ....... Schmieder, Ceanne M ............................. Schmitz, Stuart B ..................................... Schneeberger, Robert W.. ...71,101,163 Schnecberger, Roger D .......... Schneider, D011 F ....... Schneidel, JudiA ............... 96,136,147, 174 Schneider, Lyle M .............. . Schneider, Walter L... Schneller, Rose M.... Schober, Daniel L Scholl, Joan M ...... Schomburg, Mary ..... ..179 Schomburg, William .. ......171 Schoppe, Kennith R... ..101 172 Schroeder, Carl T ....... ....92161 Schroeder, Donald E... ..93,94 Schroeder, Donald H. Schuh, Mildred I ....... Schuldt, Carolyn M... Schuler, Ronald M.. Schultz, David H... Schultz, Lawrence D. Schultz, Norm ........... Schultz, Richard F., Schuster, Ronald F.. Schuyler, Kenneth K. Schwartz, Perry T.... Schwartz, Philip J.... Schweiner, Jerry Schwcrt, Joseph A.. Schwulst, Frank J.. Scott, Ramona F.. Scott, Robert D.... .......... Scott, Robert R. SCott, Sheila C... Sebranek, Lyle J.. Sebranck. Robert J ..... ....121, 137, 160 Secher, Dale D ..... 93, 3,114,125,165 Sedgwick, Robert W .............................. 179 Secfeldt, Eugene D.. 69,97,155 Seeley, Nancy ......... 63,84,102 Seeley, James P. ...... 154 Seely, Ruth M.. Seep, D011 A... Seep, Phillip J... Seiler, Raymond F.. 81,131Z114 ...... 1711 .......... 158 Severson, Bonnie A.. ..... 98 Sevcrgon, XVendell... .141 Seyler, XVilliam C ............. 148 Seymour, Lawrence D... 148,111 Shaker, Lyle F .................. 121 Shanley, Mervin L.... ...177 Sheldon, Harrison J ...... 174 Sherman, James E.. 2, 03,123,157 Sherman, Philip J 93,114,125. 134,171 Sherwin, Dick K.... ................ 176 Sherwin, Jerry VV.... Shields, Robert L.... Shilliam, John T ...........I177 Shulka, Shari D ........ ..88,98, 116, 144, 158 Shultis, Ruthanne E... ............... 147,177 Siedschlag, Dean 0... 88,104,121, 172 Simley, David C.... ...................... 85 Simmons, Tom I ...... Simonson, Marjorie A ......... 63, 84, 98,100, 113, 152 Simonie, Frank L ..................................... 109 Simpson, Myron S ..................................... Simpson, Sherry S. Skarc, Judy ............. 7 Skinrood, Marcia L ......................... 147,179 Slaats, Roger J ........................................... Slayback, Edna J 89,90,155 Sleep, Janice A.. .13l,156 Slick, Larry P..... ......... 174 Smith, Alice R ................ 147,177 Smith, Bonnie J ..................... 177 Smith, E1eanor.. Smith, Grace... Smith, Gregory K. Smith, Merle T.. Smith, William J.. Snider, Garth R.. .. Snorek, Gayland L ..... Snyder, John J. Snyder, Orville J ..... Sokolowski, Ed J ...69,174 Soman, John M ...... Somerville, John E.. Sorge, Michael R.. ......... 164 Southard, Ruth E.. .121 164 Spaanem, Gerald A... 86,132 Spargo, Alva ....... Spargo, David ..... Spielman, Dennis L. Spielman, Joyce L.. .. Springer, James K.. ..... Stabenaw, James E... ..75 164 Staley, Raymond F... ..... Stanek, Paul W ...... .. Starrett, Joseph E.. ..... 131 Staskal, Edward M... ............. 69,140 Statz, Frank W ......... ..85,88, 136,171 Stauffacher, Barbara K.. ..... 91,147,179 Stedman, Peter D .................... .94, 104, 154 .94, 104, 154 ..... 93, 114, 159 ...63, 69, 93,101,179 Steiger, Roger A.... Stciger, Ronald P.... Steiger, Terence E.. Steinke, Gary H.... Stenner, Benny B.. ....... 149,177 Stenncr, Charlotte S. ...147,177.... Stephens, Amo C.... .71,101,174 Stephens, David G.. ........ 154 Stephens, David M... Stephens, Harold L. Stephens, John K.. Stepper, Frederick J. Stettler, Eugene W ....... ..... Stevenson, Antoinette V... 147, 171 Stevenson, William .......................... 149, 179 Stewert, Royalin L ...... 89, 90,112,121,13l, 146,177 Stewart, Ruth A ......... 89,121,130,131,172 Stickler, Karen K 157 Stiller, Fred W.. ..... Stockburger, Bob... Stockburger, Tom . .. Stoffregen, Helen E. ........... Stolpcr, William P.. ..... Stollz, Patricia M.. Stone, Shirley J... Stoppleworth, Jam Stordahl, Wayne R... Stratton, Judith A... Strenger, Joseph E... ..... Studnicka, Frank E.. Stuessy, Connie A.. Stuessy, DeAnne L.. Stuhl, Robert W ............. Stuntebeck, Richard H ..... 88,102,136,171 Sturmer, Ronald A .............. ....177 Sturzl, Ray F ....... Suda, Terry M Suess, George H. Suhr, Dorothy A. Sullivan, James M.. Sullivan, Robert L Sus, Randolph E. Sutter, Duane H. ........ Sutter, Jack R ..... . Suttle, Judith E ......................................... 179 .96, 145, 174 69,148,176 ...132, 174 Sveum, Paul K ................................... 142,172 Swain, Albert M.. 86,88,121,132,181 Swain, Robert, G.. ........ 86,94,132,174 Swanson, David L.. Sweet, Ronald ......... Swenson, Charles 13.. Syftcstad, Bette L ...... 177 Syftestad. Douglas L. ................................ 17; T Tabatabai, Hussein ............................ 108,109 Tackes, Mary E ...... ...163 Tagalicod, Lillian J.. ..146 Tainter, Larry E.. Tarrell, Phyllis M. Taschek, Richard J Taylor, Bruce R.... Taylor, John M... Taylor, John M.. Taylor, Kenneth A Taylor, William J.. Teasdale, Mac J ...... Temperly, David 6.. Temple, B011 '1' ...... Ten Eyck, Janis I. .. Tcrtadian, John ............. Tessmann, Glen E ...... Thatcher, Raymond R. 'I'heisen, Penelope A... Thies, Richard H.. Thomas, Larry J Thomas, Lowell D.. T homas, Richard A Thomas, Richard P ............... Thomas, Robert H ................. Thomas, Robert L Thompson, Dale R.... Thompson, Della M.. Thompson, Donald J ............................... Thompson, H. Harvey ............................ 135 Thompson, Le Wayne M. Thompson, Marlo W.. Thompson, Richard .. Thompson, Sue Ann ................................ Thurston, Larry ........................................ Thym, Mary A... ..100,112,l44 1317179 ........ 131 121179 1497179 Tjugum, Orrin K... ................ 85 Tjugum, Rolland R.. 85,139 Tollakson, Chester D ................. 85,99,156 Tousignant, Nancy J ......................... 88,158 Traeumer, Paul E.. ....... Trecek, Joyce M ..... ...147, 177 Tregoning, Robert L Trentz, Paul L ...................... Trierweiler, Mary Anne ...... 88,91,98, 100, 146, 172 Trine, G. Marie ........................................ Troxel, Don M... 69,164 Truesdalc, Wm. J ..................................... 165 Truttmann, Jane: B ................................. Tschanz, Sandra L. ...147,l77 Turner, Marcia A... ...113,147 Tuschen, Terry E ...... ..139 Tustison, Patricia M ................................. 91 Tyriver, Gordon F ............................. 78,179 U Udelhoven, Peter D ................................. Unertl, Beverly J... 110,143,173 Unke, Sherill E.... ......... 89,91,145 Uppena, Ruth A.. ..9l,136,l43,173 Upton, Ronald E ..................................... Urban, Richard .......................................... 114 V Valdovinos, Dennis L ............................... Vanderah, Thomas J Van Fleet, Joan S ........................... 176 Van Natta, Arlene R90, 112 134,147,179 Van Nana, Ronald L.. 9.3 94,161 Vasen, Steven G ................ Velzy, Myrtle R.... Vescio, Baptest 5.. .787173 Victora, Bonnie M .......... 146,181 Viken, Thomas L ....................... 75,139,179 Viktora, Daniel J ..................................... 179 Vincent, Robert J... 97, 139, 162 Vinje, Karstcn A .114, 129, 181 Virtue, Rita M.... ...... 147,177 Voelmer, David E.. Vogel, Douglas D... Vogel, Virgenc A ..... ---:ilss .......... 96,102,143 Vondra, Norma J ................................. 89,90 Von Rudden, Kenneth L... ...87,l48,179 Voss, Donald G ......................................... 165 W Waelti, Gerald J .................................. 159 Waggoner, Paul R .......... ..149, 179 Wagner, Delbert F ........ 85,102 Wagner, Richard W.. .................... '176 Wagner, Roscan11.... Wake, Sharon K.. Walden, Ryan B.. Waldsmith, Darrell Walker, Gloria L... Wallace, Vcrlin E... Wallcnkamp, George A Walsh, Tom J ...... Walsvick, Duane R. Walter, Gerald L Walters, Daniel A... VVanczck, William 1473111655, Duane L. Wanless, Sharon A. Warczak, James R. Ward, Karen K.... Warmka, James A Warn, Robert W.. Warnc, Wayne P.. Warnkc, Fred C1,... Waterman, Carole . Waterman, Charlene K ..... 90,112,134, 146, 137,144,157,181 ..121,131 ....... 176 .......... 161 .. 156 Waterman, John R ................................. Watson, Judith L.... Way, James R ...... Webb, Dorothy E... Weber, Constance J ................................. Weber, Dale H.. Weber, William.. Webster, Rodney W... Weckerly, Gloria J ..................... 88,135, 173 Wecdon, Georgia K ................... 91,146,179 Weeks, Francis C ................... 132 Wehinger, James E.. ..114, 179 Wcidcmann, Dale H... ...... Weigel, Anton O ................................. 69,176 Weigel, Marilyn R ..................................... Weigcl, Mary I. 113,147,179 Weigel, Ranol W ..87,121,132 Weisel, Jon H... .......... 160 Weill, David C ................. 176 N'chcmam, James S ......... 85,101, 105,129, 148, 173 Welling, William P ................................. Wells, Clyde 0 ..... Wells, Karen 1 .......................................... Wendtlandt, Mary L ......... 90,121, 123,171 KVanel, Susan H .............. 147,173 Wepking, Richard C ...159 VVcrndli, Richard J Werner, Keith P .......................... Werth, Everett M ........................ ...86, 173 Wesselkampcr, Karen E. .147, 179 1Vest, Stephanie J.... .......... 96, 144 Westra, Roger W .................... 93,149,173 Whally, Tom....86, 94,97,128,132,159,181 White, Fred R ..................................... 93,114 Whiteside, Richard C... Whitmore, Brian D.... Whitmore, Ronald J Wickland, Carol A ......... Wickler, James J ............. Wickler, Rosemary... 1Vidner, Rodney C.... Wiederhold, Mary K Wieland, Larry J.. W'ienkers, Charles ...... 173 .148,175 Wild, Linda S ............................................. VVilcman, Charles 111.. Wilkins, Allen L .......... Wilkinson, Carlton B. Williams, Haven ......................... XVilliams, Judith J ....... W'illiams, Marleen K.. Williams, Robert C.. Williams, Robert F ......... Williams, Sarah A ............. W'illiams, Sherwood J. ..85,158 XVillkomm, Bernard B. ........ 139 W'illkomm, Nancy J ........... 88,116,144,172 1Vilmarth, XVilliam C..... VVilms, Larry R ....... Wilson, Edward S 11'115011, Joel C ............... Wilson, Shari B ........................ 91,117,179 Wilson, Thomas E. ,.921,149 W'intcrs, Maxine J ..... Wise, Barbara A ................. ...113.179 Wise, Edward R ...................... 92,94 Withington, Roger L ....... ...... 99,91,172 ...147, 176 ...149, 179 5mm mmw VVithingmn, Velma J ............................... 179 VVilhrow, Peggy J ........... Witlwer, Harland ..... 1Vollcnzicn, Allis C. XVolter, John D ............... 1V ollerstorff, Clifford J ............. 93 1111, 176 VVoodruff, Donald L... W050ha, LcRoy A.... Wozniak, John N ........... Wright, James E ............. Wright, Melville T., Jr Wubbcn. LeRoy F ....... 11'1111derlin, Richard P... ....... 110,115,165 XVundcrlin. 1Vayne J ............... 104,136,161 Y Yankee, Stephen R ........ Yoskowski, Martha E... Youmans, Carol A.....90. 113,116,131,163 Young, Gary W. 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