University of Wisconsin River Falls - Meletean Yearbook (River Falls, WI)

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imnwiivn n«»n  If T H E 1 9 4 3 m E L E T E A 11 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDEnTS OF VOLUmE 32 . THE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE RIVER FHLLsBhconS llthe 1943 MELETEAN PROUDLY HAILS ALUMNI. STUDENTS. VlEDGE TO O ENTERED THE ARMED FORCES OF OUR COUNTRY. IN YOUR ABSENCE WE KLt OUR UTMOST TO UPHOLD THOSE PRINCIPLES AND IDEALS FOR WHICH RGHTING. . CCDv i c WE PAY SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO THOSE WHO HAVE OIVEN THEIR LIVES IN THE SERVICE. VOYLE JOHNSON STANLEY PALM ROBERT MRAZ ROBERT THORESON FRANK WINTERUNGPRESIDENT J. H. AMES BOARD OF REGEnTS OFFICERS EDWARD J. DEMPSEY............................ President EDGAR G. DOUDNA................................Secretary JOHN M. SMITH ...........................State Treasurer PERSONNEL EDWARD J. DEMPSEY................................Oshkosh JOHN CALLAHAN. State Superintendent, ox-officio.Madison ELTON S. KARRMANN............................Platteville DR. G. N. SUNDQUIST.............................Superior JAMES A. RICHARDS...............................River Falls PETER J. SMITH..................................Eau Claire WILSON DELZELL............................Stevens Point MRS. DORRIS D. MARKS...........................Milwaukee DR. R. H. DIXON...............................Whitewater THOMAS H. SKEMP.................................La CrosseRUDOLPH A. KARGES Ph.B., Ph.M. University of W ifCOnsin Ph.D. University of Iowa Chemistry JAMES P. JACOBSON 8.S. Beloit College M.S. University of Wisconsin Physics FACULTY THEODORE SETTERQUIST A.8. Carlo Ion College A.M. University of Wisconsin Chemistry BENJAMIN H. KETTELKAMP A.B.. A.M. University of Kansos Ph.O. University of Pittsburgh Zoology CATHARINE UENEMAN A.B. University of Nebraska A.M. Washington University Ph.O. University of Nebraska Botany CHARLES G. STRATTON A.B. Michigan Normal College Geography. Geology. Dean of Men JOHN G. MOSHER, JR. A.B. University of Illinois Geography MARGARET CHAPMAN EIDE A.B.. A.M. University of Wisconsin Mathematics GLEN P. JUNKMAN Ph.B. University of Wisconsin M.$. University of Iowa MathematicsFACULTY JOHN M. MAY B.S. Kansas State Agricultural College M.S. Cornell University Agricultural Education E. J. PRUCHA B.S.. M.S. University of Wisconsin Agronomy. Registrar MELVIN WALL B.S., M.S. University of Wisconsin Crops, Soils ARTHUR N. JOHNSON B.S. University of Wisconsin M.S. Iowa State Agricultural Collogo Animal Husbandry ROY E. SPRIGGS B.S. Kansas State Agricultural College M.S. Iowa State Agricultural College Agricultural Engineering WILLIAM SEGERSTROM B.S.M. Stout Institute M.S. University of Minnesota Manual Arts MARVIN D. GEERE Pennsylvania Conservatory of Music Worren Conservatory of Music Music CLYDE B. CAMPBELL B.S. Iowa State Agricultural College M.S. University of Minnesota Teacher Training in Agriculture B. J. ROZEHNAL B.M_ M.M. Northwestern University Music, 8and, Orchestra CARA AMELIA WHARTON 8,Mus. Gunn School of Music and Dramatic Arts, Chicago PianoWALKER 0. WYMAN B.Ed.- Illinois State Normal Univorsity A.M_ FK.O. University of I ©wo American Hitlory and MAUD A. LATTA A.8. Univorsity of Wisconsin A.M. Univorsity of Chicago European History FACULTY CARLETON C. AMES 6.S.. A.M. Univarsity of Minnesota Social Sclanca HELEN LOEB 8.S. State Toechers Collage, Da Kolb, Illinois M.A. Northwestern University Speech ORVILLE M. HANNA A.8. Franklin College A.M. University of Chicago English CHESTINE B. KNIGHT B.A.. M.A. University of Minnesota English VERA M. MOSS A.8. Kalamazoo State Teachers College A.M. University of Michigan English RHEA GIBSON A.8. University of Wisconsin Librarian -Died November 4. 1942 MARY BRADLEY Library School. University of Wiscontin Assistant Librarian AMY FULLER 8.Ed. River Falls State Teachers College A.8. in LS. University of North Carolina Assistant LibrarianFACULTY CLIFFORD B. JUEDES BS. U Crow S'are Teachers Cologo Physical Education MARY LOUISE BRANSTAD AJ. University of Nebraska A.M. Teachers Cologo Columbia University Physical and Health Education GERALO MANION B.S. River Falls State Teachers Cologo Athletic Director O. J. SJOWALL B.S., M.E. University of Minnesota Physical Education ERNST JURGENS A.B.. A.M.. Pli.D. University of Iowa German, Philosophy MABEL F. ARBUTHNOT BA. Milton Cologo MA, Pfc.D. University of Wisconsin Latin. French ALBERTA M. GREENE B.S. Teachers Coliege. Colombia University Art B. LOUISE HILDER B.S. University of Minnesota A.M. Teachers College Columbia University Art in the Training School JAMES I. MALOTT A.B.. A.M. University of Missouri Psychology. Education IRMA HATHORN A.B. University of Miaoosoto A.M. Teachers Cola go Colombia University Education. Dooo of WomanRUSSELL JOHNSTON A.B. Washington and Jefferson Col’ogo A.M. Urivonity of Minnesota Education, Director Tudor Training ALICE G. SWANSON B.Ed. Superior Stoic Toochors College Primary Education MABEL L BRIDGES A.B. University of Nebraska A.M. Toochors Col log o Columb ie University Elementary Education. Geography ADELINE C. PATTON PK.B. University of Wisconsin Elementary Education KyjjS |Hftt wk an K1 LILLIAN R. HOFFMANN B.S. Colorado State Collage M.A. University of Wyomirta Secondary Education, English MARGERY KENALL. R.N. St. Joseph's Hospital Rad Wing. Minnesota College Nurse MABEL JORSTAD Ph.5. University of Wisconsin A.M. University of Minnesota Rural Education NATHALIE DELANDER B.S.. A M.. University of Minnesota Secondary Education. Social Science AUGUSTA M. THOMAS B.S.. M.A. Univorsityof Minnosoto Elamantary Education PI .B. Univorsity of Chicago Teachers College Columbia University Primary Education HELEN JOHNSON Stenographer ETHEL WEST Secretory MILDRED CRANE Stenographer ESTHER MURPHY Secretary, Training DepartmentBy applying ourselves to our college work with the utmost patience end seriousness, we ere doing our greatest service to our country in this time of war.AFDAHL ANDREA BARIBO BERG BROOKE BURMEISTER CHINNOCK COLLIER DAHLOUIST OEVINE DOSCH OREHMEL DYER EOKINS ERICSON FROST GOBLE GREENFIELD HARLESS HOEFT HOLVERSON HOPHAN HORN HOWE JAMES JAROLIMEK JEROEE JEWSON KENNETH AFOAHL, Hammond. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Honor Society 4; Y. M. C. A. I; Clan President 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 4; Student Senate 4 . . . . JOHN AN. DREA. River Fall . Mathematic ood Science; Mathemotie Club 2. J. 4; Intramural Sport I. 2. 3. 4; Tennis 3 . . . . LESTER BARI BO. Exeland. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I, 2, 3. 4; Honor Society 4; Intromurol Sport 4; Senior Clan Play 4 . . . . VERNON BERG. Bloomer. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Y. M. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sport I. 2. 3. 4; Football I. COLBURN BROOKE, Spring Valley. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4; 8e letbell I. 4; Football I; Intramural Sport I, 2, 3. 4; Student Voice I. 2; Homecoming Committee 2. 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . MARTIN BURMEISTER. Marathon. Agri. cultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Y. M. C. A. I. 2. 3. a. Secretary 4 . . . . BETTY CHINNOCK. River Fall . Engli h. History, and Mathematic ; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Co-ed Band 2. 3 . . . . JOHN COLLIER. New London. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4, Secretary 4; Intramural Sport I, 2, 3. 4; Volleyball I. 2. 3; Homecoming Committee I. 2. 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Winter Carnival Committee 4. MARJORIE DAHLOUIST. River Fall . Elementary Education, Art, and Music; A. C. E. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3, 4. Cabinet 3. 4; Masquer I. 2. 3. 4; A Cappella Chorus 3. 4; Women's Choru I. 2. 3. 4; Women's Quartet I. 2. 3, 4; Women's Sextette I, 2, 3, 4; Party Committee I. 2; Prom Committee 3; Student Senate 3. 4; Secretary 4; War Council 4. Treasurer 4; Homecoming Queen 4 .... ROCHELLE OEVINE. Ellsworth. English and History; Latin Club 3; Orchestra I. 2. 3 .... LEE DOSCH, Amery. Science, Mathematics, and Social Science; Mathematics Club 2; "R" Club 2. 3. 4. Secretary and Treasurer 4; Science Club 2; Badminton 2; Baseball 4; Basket-ball I, 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4; Prom Committee i ... . GERALO OREHMEL. Fall Creek. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4, Secretary 4; "R" Club 3. 4; Baseball I. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 4. LESTER DYER. Fond du Lae. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4. President 4; Honor Society 4; Class Treasurer 2. Clast President 3; Baseball 2; Football 3; Intramural Sport I. 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2. 3. 4; Assembly Program 3, 4; Homecoming Committee I, 2. 3. 4; Party Committee I. 2. 3. 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Faculty Relations 2. 3, 4; Student Senate 2. 3, 4 ... . DOROTHY EOKINS. River Falls. English. History, and Music; Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Band I, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Women's Chorus I. 2, 3. Sextette I. 2. 3; Party Committee 4; Prom Committee 3 . . . . MARGERY ERICSON. Frederic. English and Social Studies; 8ethel Junior College I. 2; Sigma Chi Sigma 3. 4. Secretary 4; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Debate I. 2; Woman's Chorus 3; Student Voice 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; Senior Class Play .... FERN BELLE FROST. Burlington. Science. English, and Social Science; Science Club 2. 3.; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4. CAROLYN GOBLE, River Falls. Mathematics. Music, and Science; Honor Society I, 2. 3. 4; Mathematics Club I. 2. 3, 4; Concert Band I. 2. 3. 4; Co-ed Band 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; War Council 4 . . . . MARY GREENFIELO. River Fall . Elementary Education. Art. and English; A. C. E. 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Women's Chorus 2. 3. 4 ... . MARGARET HARLESS. Stanley. History and English; Masquer 3. 4; W. A. A. I; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Basketball I. 2, 3; Women’s Chorus I. 2. 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . RAYMOND HOEFT, Berlin. Agricultural Education, and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Y. M. C. A. I. 2, 3. 4. President 4; intramural Sports I, 2; Senior Class Play. MARIE HOLVERSON, Glenwood City. English. History, and Latin; Latin Club 2. 3. 4. Secretary and Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3. 4. President 4; Y. W. C. A. 2. 3; Senior Class Play; Who's Who in American Colleges 4 . . . . IRENE HOPHAN, Maiden Rock. Elementary Education, Music, and Art; Honor Society 4; Palette Club I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary and Treasurer 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 3, Vice-President 4; Midgardians 2. 3. 4; Women’s Chorus I. 2; A Cappella Chorus I. 2. 3. 4 ... . DONALD HORN. New Auburn. Mathematics. Science, and Social Science; Mathematics Club I. 2. 3. 4; "R" Club 2. 3. 4; Y. M. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 3; Baseball I. 2. 3; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3 ... . NORMA HOWE. Cumberland. Elementary Education, Art. Music; A. C. E. 2, 3. 4; Honor Society 4; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Badminton 4; Tennis 3; Band I. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 2. 3. 4; Women's Chorus 2; A Cappella Chorus 4; Homecoming Committee 2. 3; Prom Committee 3. GENEVIEVE JAMES. Downing. Elementary Education. History, and Geography; Honor Society 4; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3 ... . JOHN JAROLIMEK, Merlllen. Etemontary Education. Music and Geography; Band I. 2. 3. 4; A Cappella Chorus 3. 4; Men's Chorus 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . MARGARET JERDEE, Deer Park. Social Science. English, and Latin; Honor Society I. 2, 3. 4; Latin Club 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4; 1941 Meleteen; Who's Who in American Colleges 3 . . . . JANE JEWSON, Wausau. Elementary Education. Geography, and English; A. C. E. 2, 3. 4. President 4; Masquers I, 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 3. 4; Basketball I. 2; Women's Chorus 3; Prom Committee 3; "Back to Your Knitting" 2; “Elmer" 3. 3EHI0R8YVONNE JOHNSON. Baldwin. HiUory. English. and German; Low-renec College I; Die DeutKhe Gcsellschaft 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. 4: Band 3. 4; Worn eat Chorus 2: Student Voice 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Who's Who in American College? 4 . . . . JOSEPH KLUCARICH. Ashland. Mathematic , Science, end Mechanics; Masquers 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Mathematics Club I. 2. 3. 4; "R" Club 4; Y. M. C. A. 3. 4- Baseball I; Football 4; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 3; "Seven Keys to Baldpate" 3; "Lost Horizon" 4 ... . STANTON MARTINSON. Colfax. Agricultural Education and Science; Eau Claire State Teachers College I. 2; F. F. A. 3. 4; Baseball 3. 4 ... ■ MERLE MICHAELSON, Hudson. Science and Mathematics; Honor Society I, 2. 3, 4; Masquers 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Mathematics Club I. 2, 3. 4. Secretary 3. President 4; Y. M. C. A. 4. Cabinet 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Band I, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra I. 2, 3. 4; Men’s Chorus 3: "Back to Your Knitting" 2; "Swamp Spirit” 3. "Seven Keys to Baldpate" 3; Senior Class Play. JOYCE MORTON. Mondovi, English and History; Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 3. 4; W. A. A. I; Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. 4; A Cappella Chorus 2. 3. 4; Student Voice 2. 3; Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Queen 3 .... DOROTHY NELSON. River Falls. Elementary Education and Music; MecPhail School of Music I; Palette Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 2. 3; Midgardians I. 2. 3; Women’s Chorus 2 . . . . MARCIA NELSON, River Falls. History, Music, and English; Honor Society 2; Rural Life Club I. 2; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; Y. W. C. A. I. 2; Orchestra I. 3. 4; Women’s Chorus I. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 4; Student Voice 3, 4 . . . . ROBERT NICOL. Sparta. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4. Watchdog 4; "R" Club 3. 4; Science Club I. 2. 3; Y. M. C. A. I. 2; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3, 4; Tennis I, 2. 3. 4; Track I; Student Voice 2. 3. 4 Business Manager 4; Homecoming Committee I, 2, 3. 4; Party Committee 3, 4, Chairman 4; Prom Chairman 3. ROLF NILSESTUEN. Ceshton. Mathematics. Music, and Science; Oie DeutKhe GesellKhelt I, 2, 3; Band I. 2. 3; Orchestra I. 2. 3; Men s Chorus 2. 3 ... . MARY CATHERINE O’CONNELL. Roberts. Eng-lish. Music, and History- Honor Society 3. 4, President 4; Masquers I, 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 2. President 3; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3. 4; Class Treasurer 4- Band I. 2. 3. 4; Co-Ed Band 2. 3: Women's Chorus I. 2. 3; A Cappella Chorut 4; Sextette I. 2, 3; Student Voice 2. 3; “Facing Facts I; "Night Must Fall" 2. Thank You, Doctor"2: Senior Class Play ... . PAULINE OLSON. Chetek. Junior High School. Mathematics, and Geography; Mathematics Club I, 2. 3. 4: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3; Women’s Chorus I. 2, 3. 4 ... . MURIEL PEARiON, River Falls. English. Latin and Music; Honor Society I. 2. 3. 4; Latin Club 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 3: Women’s Chorus I. 2. 3. 4; A Cappella Chorus 3. 4; Sextette K13.4. EARL PETERSON, River Falls. Mathematics. Geography, and Science; Oie DeutKhe Gesellschaft I; Science Club 3; Homecoming Committee 4 . . . . ALBENA PLESZCZYNSKI. Weyerhauter. Elementary Education. English and Music; A. C. E. 2. 3. 4, President 4; Y. W. C. A. I: Band I. 2. 3. 4; Co-ed Bond I. 2. 3; Orehestro 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. Orchestra I: Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . EVELYN PLOMBON. Stanley. Junior High School and Eng-lish; Masquers 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 4; W. A. A. 2; Y. W. C. A. I, 2. 3. 4, Cabinet 4; Class Secretaiy I; Badminton 4; Basketball 2; Tennis 2. 3; Women's Chorus 2, 3; Homecoming 2. 3, 4: Party Committee 4; Prom Committee 3 . . . . FRANCIS PTACEK, River Falls. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3, 4, President 4; "9." Club 2. 3. 4; Baseball 2. 4; Football 2, 3. 4; Prom Committee 3. HELEN and ■N RUSTIN, New Richmond. Elementary Education Geogr English; Midgardians 2. 3. 4; W. A. A. I; Y. W. C. A. I. ophy. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Student Voice 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . BERNARD SCHUMITSCH. Antlgo. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Mathematics Club 2. 3; Science Club .1. 2; Y. M. C. A. I. 2, 3; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4 ... . MARGY SKAGEN. Emerald. Elementary Education, Music and English; Mid- gardians 2. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A 2, 3; Orchestra I. 2. 3. .4; Chorus I, 2; Homecoming Co . Agricultural Edv ... v.. ... ..2. 3. 4; Band ., 2. 3. 4; A Cappella Chorus c ond English; 2. 3. 4; Cored I. 2. 3. 4; Wo ved Band .... ... Vomea's smmittee 3 . . . . PETER SKROCH, Independence. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2, 3. 4; Class Treasurer 3; Intramural Sports I. 2, 3. 4; Prom Commit tee 3. HERMAN SMITH. Beldenvllle. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 4. Watchdog 4; Y. M. C. A. 3; Baseball 4; Boxing I. 4; Track 2, 3; Swimming 4; Volleyball I. 2. 3. 4; Homecoming 3. 4. .... MARGARET STRONKS, Baldwin. Elementary Education, Music. and Art; Lawrence College I; Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Midgardians 2, 3. 4. President 3; Palette Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4; W. A. A. 2, 3. Vice-President 3; Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 3; Co-ed Band 2, 3; A Cappella Chorus 3. 4; Women's Chorus 2. 3; Student Voice 2. 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . LOREN THOMPSON, Chetek. Junior High School, History, and Geography; Honor Society 2, 3. 4- Science Club I; Y. M. C. A. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Debate 4; Student Voice 2. 3. Business Manager 3; Prom Committee 3; Student.Faculty Relations Committee 3; Student Senate 3 . . . . LEONE TIMMERMAN. River Falls. English. Latin, and History; Oie DeutKhe Gesellschaft I. 2; Honor Society 2. 3, 4; Latin Club 2. 3. 4- Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 3. 4, Secretary 3: Class Secretary 2; 1942. 1943 Mcletean; Homecoming Committee 3. 4; Prom Committee 3. JEANNE TREADWELL, Friendship. Elementary Education, English, and Geography; Masquars 2, 3, 4, Secretaiy 3, 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 3. President 4; Midgar diant 2, 3, 4; Student Voice 2, 3; Assembly Program Committee 4 Homecoming Committee 3; “Elmar 3 program ROBERT VAN KEURCN, Now Richmond. Agricultural Education, and Science; F. F. A. I, 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4; Honor Society 2. 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4- Intramural Sports 3. 4 ... . RALPH L. VAN SICKLE. Cumberland. Mathematics, ond Science; Mathematics Club 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 2 . . . . DAWN WHEELER. Nelson. English. Music, and History; Honor Society 3 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4. President 4; Sigma Chi Sigma 2. 3, 4- Debate 2. 3. 4: Co-ed Band 3; Orchestra I. 2. 3. 4; Women's Chorus 2; 1943 Meleteen. Editor; Homecoming Committee 2; Prom Committee 3; Student Senate 4. Treasurer 4. Senior Officers Kenneth Afdahl....................... President Raymond Hoeft....................Vice-President Mary Catherine O'Connell..............Secretary Margaret Stronks......................Treasurer ...................: " JOHNSON MORTON NILSESTUEN PETERSON RUSTIN SMITH TREADWELL KLUCARICH 0. NELSON O'CONNELL PLESZCZYNSKI SCHUMITSCH STRONKS VAN KEUREN MARTINSON M. NELSON OLSON PLOMBON SKAGEN THOMPSON VAN SICKLE MICHAELSON NICOL PEARSON PTACEK SKROCH TIMMERMAN WHEELERE. ANDERSON K. ANDERSON BAGAN BAIRD BUI KM CERNOHOUS CHINNOCK CLARK CROWNHART DE JONG DEMPSEY OENEEN OIFFENDARFER FESKE FLEMING GOOOSPCED GIESCHNEI GRONLUND GUTZLER MAN SON HARMELING HEALY HIOLUND HOLT HOTAL HOVDE HUBER JACOBSON JENSEN EILEEN ANDERSON, Prairio Farm. Hiifoiy, and English: la Cross Slate Teachers College I; Sigma Chi Sigma 1; W. A. A, 2. 3: Y. W. C. A. 2. 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . KATHERINE ANDERSON, Oscoola. Junior High School; Y, W. C. A. I, 3. 3; Homecoming Committee 3 . . . . BERNARD BAG AN, Menomonte. Agricultural Education; f, F. A. I. 3. I; Football I. Prom Committee 3 . . . . WAYNE BAIRD, ftivar Falls. Science, and Mathematics: Badminton I; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3; Volleyball I; Homocoming Committee 2; Party Committee 2 . . . . EVERETT BURKHOLDER, St. Root. Minnesota. Prt engineering; Honor Society I. 7: Mathematics Club I, 7. 3: Science Clob I; Y. M. C. A. I; Intramural Sports 3. ROGER CERNOHOUS. River Falls. Science end Mathematics: "R" Club I. 2. 3; Football I. 2. 3 ... . HOWARD CHINNOCK. Ri.er Falls, Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. 7; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3_____VIRGIL CLARK, Oscoola. Elementary Education; Midgardiens 2. 3, President 3; Palette Club 3; Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3; Homecoming Committee I. 2. 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . BEULAH CROWNHART, Frederic. Mathematics, Physics, and Social Science; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. Secretary 3; Prom Committee 3. HUGO OE JONG. Herbster. Agricultural Education and Seionco; F. F. A. I. 2, 3; Volleyball I. 2. 3; Prom Commlttoe 3 . . . . MARJORIE DEMPSEY. Hlllsdala. Elementary Education, History and English; Midgardians 2; W. A. A. 2. 3. President 3; Y. W. C. A. I; Intramural Sports 2. 3; Homecoming Committee I; Prom Commlttoe 3; Athletic Council 3 . . . . EILEEN DENiEN, Hammond. Elementary Education; A- C- £. I. 2. 3. Secretory 3; Honor Society 2. 3; Co-ed Band I; Women's Chorus I; A Ceppelle Chorus 3; Student Voice I. 2. 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . JARl OIFFENDARFER, Downing. Mathematics. Physics, end German; "R" Club 3; Y. M. C. A. 2. 3; Football I. 2 3; Prom Committee 3. RUTH ANN FESKE. Osceola. Elementary Education. Art and Geography; A. C. =. I. 2. 3: Honor Society 3; Y.W.tA.1.2. 3; Women's Chorus I. 3; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Party Committee 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . MIIORED FLEMING. Frederic. History and English; Honor Society 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. Cabinet 2. 3. Treasurer 3; Women's Chorus I, 2; Student Voice 2, 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . NEIL GOODS PI 10. Clear Lake. Science and Mathematics; Masquers I, 2, 3; "R" Club 3; Football I, 2, 3; Volleyball I. 2. 3; “Elmar" 2; “Sevan Days to Beldpete" 2; “Blackout Mystery" 3 . . . . EDWARD GRESCHNIR. Clayton. Agricultural Education; F. F. A. I. 2. 3; "R“ Club 2. 3; Baseball I, 2, 3: Intramural Sports I, 2. 3; Homecoming Committee 3; War Council Chairman 3. JANE GRONLUND. Cushing. English, History, and Latin; Latin Club 1.2. 3. Secretary end Treasurer 3: Sigma Chi Sigma 2.1, Treasurer 3; Y. W. C. A- I. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Clots Secretary 2; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . PHILIP GUTZLER, River Foils. Pre-Medicine; Class Treasurer I . . . . DOLORES HANSON. River Falls. Elementary Education Art, and Music; A. C. £. 2. 3; Palette Club 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . - LOIS HARMELING. Bald-in. Elementary Education. Music, end Art; Palette Club I. 2. 3. Beard 2. Chairmen 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 3: YWCA I. 2. 3. Finance Chairman 3; Midgardiens I, 7. 3, Secretory end Treasurer 3; A CeppeHe Chorus I. 2. 3: Student Voice I. 2; Heme-coming Committee 2. JUNE HEALY, River Falls. Elementary Education, English, and Geography; Masquers I. 2. 3. Treasurer 3; Y. W. C. A. I; Midgardiens 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 3; “Night Mutt Fall" I; "Elmer" 2; "Thenk You. Doctor" 3 ... . ELMIR HIOLUND, Siren. History and English; F. F. A. I; Y. M. C. A. I, 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3: Debate 2. 3; Student Voice 3; Homecoming Committee 3: Prom Committee 3 . . . . RUTH HOLT, Elmwood. Elementary Education, Art, and English; Honor Society 3: Palotio Club 2. 3: Y. W. C. A. I, 2. 3; Midgardians I. 2. 3----ROBERT HOTAL, RobMntdele. Minnesota. Mathematics, and Science; 01 Deutsche Goscllschalt I, 2; Masquers I, 2; Concert Band I, 2, 3; Marching Band I, 2, 3; Orchestra I, 2, 3. GERALDINE HOVDE. River Falls. Elementary Education. History, and Geography; W. A. A. I. 2. 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 2; Intramural Sports I, 7. 3: Women's Chorus I. 7. 3; Homecoming Committee I . . . . ROSCOE HUBER. Elb-orth. Science end Mathematics: Die Deutsche Gtt?!lte a«t I. 2; Science Cleb I. 7. 3: Y. M. C. A. I. 2. 3; Intramerel Sports .... WILLARD JACOBSON. Hiiton. Science. Mathematics, and Geography; Science I. 2. 3; Y. M. C. A. I. 7. 3. Vice-President 3; Class Vice-President 3; Baseball I. 2; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3 ... . ELROY JENSEN. Dorchester. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. 2. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. J U n 10 R 8ANNA JOHNSON. Granfsburg. Science. Mathematics. and Foreign Language; Dio Deutsche Gesellschaft I; Honor Society I, 2. 3: Mathematics Club 2: Sigma Chi Sigma 3: Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3; Party Committee 3; Prom Committee i ... . ROBERT KULSTAD, River Fall . Mathematict and Science; Die Deutsche Gosellsehoft I. 2; Mathematict Club I. 2. 3: Science Club I. 2, 3; Y. M. C. A. I. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Band I. 2. 3; Marching Band I, 2. 3; A Cappclla Chorut 3 . . . . CALVIN LARSON. Weyau-ega. English and Hit-tory; Clan Secretary 3; Student Voice 3. Editor 3 . . . . HUGH MC CARDIE, Spring Valley. Mathematict. and History; Mathematict Club I. 2; "R" Club 2. 3; Basketball I. 2. 3; Golf I. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3; 1943 Melclcon; Student Voice 3; Homecoming Com. mitteo 2 . . . . RUDOLPH MEEHAN. Ellsworth. History and Mathematics; "R" Club 2. 3. President 3; Basketball I; Football I. 2. 3; Intramural Sports 2. 3; Volleyball 2. 3; Debate 3; Chairman of Prom Committee 3. CLAIRE MILLIREN, Arkentaw. Agricultural Education; F. F. A. I. 2. 3; Honor Society I. 2. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3 ... . LYLE NELSON, River Falls. History and Science; "R" Club I. 2. 3; Baseball I. 2; Band I. 2 ... . LORRAINE OFTEN, Clayton. Junior High School. Science, and English; Die Deutsche Gesellschaft I; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3: Women’s Chorus 3 . . . . FRANK OLOCKI, Stanley. History and Science; Mathematics Club 3; Y. M. C. A. 2. 3. JOSEPH OTT. Chilton. 8iology. History, and Geography; "R” Club 3; Baseball 2; Football 2, Captain 2; Intramural Sports 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . MARGARET PEPPER. Glen Flora. Junior High School English, and History; University of Wisconsin I; Y. W. C. A. 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Women's Chores 2. 3; Student Voice 3 . . . . KENNETH POPPY. New London. History and Geography; Honor Society 2. 3; "R" Club I, 2. 3; Baseball I. 2, 3; Basketball I, 2. 3; Football I, 2; Volleyball I. 3; Homecoming Committee 3; P'om Committee 3; Student-Faculty Relations Committee 3: Student Senate 3, Vice-President 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges 3 ... - DONALD QUALMAN. Iron Ridge. Agricultural Education; F. F. A. I. 2. 3; Intramural Sports I, 2. 3. PATRICIA RYAN, Hudson. History and English; Honor Society 3; Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3. Vice-President 3; Class Treasurer I; Homecoming Committee 2. 3 ... . DOROTHY SAMPSON. River Falls. Elementary Education; W. A. A. 2. 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3; Basketball I. 2. 3; Soccer I, 2. 3; Volleyball I, 2, 3; Women’s Chorus 2 . . . . INEZ SANFORD. Sheldon. Elementary Education; A. C. E. I. 2. 3; W. A. A. 2. 3. Vice-President 3; Women’s Chorus I; Homecoming Committee I . . . . RICHARD SHEA. Pickett. Agricultural Education; F. F. A. I, 2. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3; Prom Committee 3. MARGARET SIMONSON. Hudson. English. Music, and History; Die Deutsche Gesellschaft 2; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. Program Chairman 3; Band I, 2, 3; Co-ed Band I. 2; Orchestra I. 2. 3: Y. W. Dance Orchestra I; Prom Committee 3; War Council 3. Secretary 3 . . . . ESTHER SOLHEIM. Hudson. English and History; Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. Cabinet 2; Class Treasurer 2; Student Voice I. 2. 3; Homecoming Committee I. 2. 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . JAMES SPARR. Marshfield. Mathematics. Science, and History; Mathematics Club I. 2. 3; Y. M. C. A. 3; Student Voice 3 . . . . JOHN STORZER. Oconto Falls. Science and Mathematics; La Crosse State Teachers College I; "R" Club 2, 3; Science Club 2; Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 2. 3; Boring 3; Volleyball 2. 3 ... . WILLIAM STRATTON. River Falls. Mathematics and Science; Oie Deutsche Gesellschaft I. 2. President 2; Honor Society I. 2. 3; Mathematics I. 2. 3; Concert Band I. 2. 3; Marching Band I. 2. 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3; Homecoming Committee I, 2; Student Senate 3; Student-Faculty Relations Committee 3 . . . . LOIS SWENSON. River Falls. Elementary Education; A. C. £. I. 2. 3; Palette Club 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 2; Women's Chorus I . . . ROBERT THAYER. Whitewater. Agricultural Education and Science; F. F. A. I. 2. 3; Honor Society 2. 3; "R" Club 2. 3. Student Representative on Athletic Council 3; Class President 3; Baseball I. 2, 3; Boring 3; Football I. 2. 3; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Senate 3; Who’s Who in American Colleges 3 . . . . FREO U8BELOHDE. New Richmond. History and Mathematics; "R” Club 2. 3. Vice-President 3; Baseball I. 2. 3; Football I. 2. 3: Volleyball I, 2. 3. DONALD VRUWINK. Hammond. History and Social Science; Honor Society 2. 3; Y. M. C. A. I. 2; Intramural Sports I. 2. 3; 1942. 1943 Meletean; Student Voice I. 2; Homecoming Committee 2. 3 ... . AMY WEBB. Roberts. Elementary Education; A. C. E. 2. 3; Y. W. C. A. I. 2, 3; Band I. 2. 3; Co-ed Band I. 2; Student Voice I. 2. 3; Prom Committee 3; 1943 Winter Carnival Queen .... CAROL WHITAKER. Cheteh. English. History, and Music; Sigma Chi Sigma 3; Y. W. C. A. I, 2. 3; A Cappella Chorus 3; Student Voice I. 2. 3. Co-editor 3; Prom Committee 3 . . . . CATHERINE YANISCH. Ellsworth. Elementary Education. English, and History; Midgardians I. 2. 3; Class Treasurer 3; Allocation Committee. Junior Officers Robert Thayer......................... President Willard Jacobson.....................Vice-President Calvin Larson.............................Secretary Mary Catherine Yanisch....................Treasurer Wall :er D. Wyman ..........................Adviser JOHNSON MILLIREN OTT RYAN SIMONSON STRATTON VRUWINK KULSTAD NELSON PEPPER SAMPSON SOLHEIM SWENSON WEBB LARSON OFTEN POPPY SANFORO SPARR THAYER WHITAKER MC CARDLE MEEHAN OLOCKI OUALMAN SHEA STORZER U6BELOHDE YANISCHBETTY JANE AAS1ERUD. Spring Valley. Secondary .... GLEN ANDERSON, Rivar Falls. Secondary .... EDWARD AUSDERAU. Colfax. Agricultural Education .... DONALD BAIRD, River Falls. Secondary. GLENN BARNES, Spring Valley. Pre-Professional .... ROBERT BERGHOLZ. ChofoV. Pre-Professional .... DALE BIRKEL. Ellsworth. Rural .... ALICE BOARDMAN. Now Richmond. Secondary. EDNA BRIESENMEISTER. Almena. Elementary .... RAMON BRIGGS. Holman. Agricultural Education .... ELVA CAIRNS. River Falls. Pro-Professional .... GLENN COLE. Chill. Agricultural Education. LAVERN DAHLBY. Osseo. Pro-Professional .... ROBERT DARWIN. Grand View. Secondary .... FRANCIS DEVINE. Ellsworth. Secondary .... DUANE DOOLITTLE. Ellsworth. Secondary. LORRAINE ERICKSON. Plum City. Elementary .... JEAN ER-LANDSON. River Falls. Secondary .... CAROL FINSTAD. Bolden, vllle. Secondary .... BERNICE FOLLANSBEE. Elmwood. Rural. RUTH FROIIAND, Dallas. Secondary .... GERTRUDE GERAETS. Elmwood. Rural .... CATHERINE GLUMSKE, Spring Valley. Rural. . . . . MURIEL GRIFFITH. River Falls. Pre-Professional AASTERUD ANDERSON AUSDERAU BAIRD BARNES BERGHOLZ BIRKEL 80ARDMAN 8RIESENMEISTER BRIGGS CAIRNS COLE DAHLBY DARWIN DEVINE DOOLITTLE ERICKSON ERIANSON FINSTAD FOLLANSBEE FROILAND GERAETS GLUMSKE GRIFFITH GUTZLER HAILE HANSEN HARDY WILLIAM GUTZLER, River Falls. Pro-Professional .... ROBERT HAILE. Knapp. Agricultural Education .... WILLIAM HAN. SEN. Balsam Lake. Pre-Professional .... ILENE HARDY. Hager City. Rural. SOPHOMORESVIVIAN HARRIGAN. Malden Rock. Rural .... ANNA HENRIKSEN, Luck. Elementary .... WILLARD HINES. Elli-orth. Rural . . . . DOLORES HOLDEN. Arkeataw. Rural. MERLE HUNTER. Hudlon. Elomcntory .... ARVILLA JACOBSON. Hammond. Rural .... CLARICE JACOBSON. Wilton. Rural LLOYD JILOT. Foreitvllle. Secondary. LILA JOHNSON. Elltworth. Rural .... REUBEN JOHNSON. Granttburg. Agricultural Education .... DALE KELLY, Canturla. Pre-Profeuional .... ROBERT KROPP. Cable. Secondary. BEULAH KYLE. Otceola. Pre-Profeuional .... DORIS LAND8ERG. Glen-ood City. Secondary .... JEAN LARSON. Spring Valley. Elementary .... WILBUR LARSON, Downing. Secondary. JAMES LEADHOLM, Amery. Pre-Profeuional .... HAROLO LE JEUNE. Potken. Agricultural Education .... DAVID LINEHAN, RI»or Fallt. Pre-Profeuional .... ELAINE MARTIN. River Fall . Elementary. VIRGIL MARTINSON. Colfax. Agricultural Education .... RUTH MATTISON, Blair. Secondary .... WALLACE MEHLBERG, Mar-Ion. Agricultural Education .... BERNICE METCALF. Arkamaw. Rural. PATRICIA MILBRATH, River Fallt. Pre-Profeuional .... BEULAH MILLER, Clayton. Rural .... CLARK MOE, Whitehall. Agricultural Education .... BETTY JANE MOSS, River Fallt. Secondary. Sophomore Officers Donald Baird...............................President Duane Doolittle.......................Vice-President Virginia Stronlcs..........................Secretary Glen Nelson................................Treasurer Nathalie Delander............................Adviser HARRIGAN HUNTER I. JOHNSON KYLE LEADHOLM MARTINSON MILBRATH HENRIKSON A. JACOBSON R. JOHNSON LAND8ERG LEJEUNE MATTISON MILLER HINES C. JACOBSON KELLY J. LARSON LINEHAN MEHLBERG MOE HOLDEN JILOT KROPP W. LARSON MARTIN METCALF MOSSGLENN NELSON, Spring Valloy. Secondary .... THOMAS O'BRIEN, Hudson, Prc-Professionol .... LEMOYNE OLSON. Osce-ola. Pre-Professional .... JULIA PATTON, Cornell. Elementary. ETHEL PEPPER. Shiocton. Rural .... MARVIN PETERSON. Ells-worth. Pre-Professional .... ALLEN PIRUS, Stanley. Pre-Professional . . . . RAYMOND POLZIN, Cadott. Agricultural Education. JOHN PRUCHA, River Falls. Secondary .... RITA SALMON. Now Richmond. Pre-Professional .... RALPH SCHAFFER, Clayton. Pre-Professional .... HOWARD SCHULTZE. Stanley. Secondary. HELEN SOLHAUG. Glan-ood. Minnesota. Pro-Professional . . . . EORIA SONTAG. Stillwater. Minnesota. Rural .... VIRGINIA STRONKS, Baldwin. Elementory .... CORRINE SWANSON. Glen-wood City. Secondary. HARRIET SWEET. Barronette. Rural .... DELOISE TRINDLE. New Richmond. Elementary .... LEONARD VIK, River Falls. Secondary . . . . GORDON VINE. Granton. Agricultural Education. GEORGE WEBB. Baldwin. Agricultural Education .... WILLIAM WE8STER, Amary. Secondary .... NORENE WELDON. Plum City. Elementary .... WILLIAM WILCOX. River Falls. Secondary. NELSON O'BRIEN OLSON PATTON PEPPER PETERSON PIRUS POLZIN PRUCHA SALMON SCHAFFER SCHULTZE SOLHAUG SONTAG STRONKS SWANSON SWEET TRINDLE VIK VINE WEBB WEBSTER WELDON WILCOX WOOD ZIGNEGO BLANCHE WOOD. Bay City. Rural .... VERNON ZIGNEGO. Wilson. Pre-Professional. S 0 P H 0 m 0 R E sMADOIYN ANDERSON, Malden Rock. Rural.................PALMER AN- DERSON, Now Richmond. Pre-Professional .... HOWARD BAKER, Keenan. Agricultural Education .... ELAINE BALL. New Richmond. Rural .... JAMES BEHLING. Amery. Pre-Professional. FRANCES BERGER, Barron. Elementary .... OLIVE BERGMAN. Hudson. Rural .... LOIS BERND, Now Richmond. Pce-Profeuional .........ROBERT BERND. New Richmond. Pre-Professional . . . . FAYE BIGNELL, Papin. Rural. DORIS BOLES. River Falls. Pro-Professional-------BYRON UOOKE. Spring Valley.......Pro-Professional .... ELLEN BROOKE. Spring Valley. Rural .... MELVA CERNOHOUS. River Falls. Pro-Proles sional .... MARIE CHRISTENSON. Amery. Elementary. GRACE CHURCHILL. Rock Elm. Rural .... CHARLES CLAY, Amery. Pro-Professional .... LOYAL CRESWELL. River Falls. Pre-Professional .... DAVID CULLEN, New Richmond. Pro-Professional . . . . WILLIAM DAWSON. River Falls. Pre-Professional. EUGENE DEISS, River Falls. Pro.Professional .... BETTY DODGE, River Falls. Elementary .... ROBERT DOPKINS, River Falls. Pre-Professional .... LLOYO DURST. Algome. Secondary .... ORA FOGERTY, White Bette. South Dakota. Elementary. GEORGE FRENCHICK. Woyocheesor. Agricultural Education . . . . SHERMAN FRINAK. Stanley. Pro Professional .... HARRY FRO-KJER. Ceaterla. Agricultural Education .... DONALD GENRICH, Dorchester. Pro-Professional .... AUDREY GILSTAD. Baldwin. Elementary. MARJORIE GILSTAD. Baldwin. Elementary .... DONALD GRAHAM. St. Crola Falls. Pre-Professional_MERLIN GROSSKOPP. “■ ANDERSON P. ANDERSON Graatsborg. Pre-Professions I .... LEONARD GUNDERSON. Hock- BERGER BERGMAN lags. Pre-Professional .... LOU ELLA HAILING. River Falls. Ele- BOLES B. BROOKE n,1t,Pr’ CHURCHILL CLAY OCISS DODGE FREN CHICK FRINAK M. GILSTAD GRAHAM FRESHfTIEn BAKER L. BERND I. BROOKE CRESWELL OOPKINS FROKJiR GROSSKOPP BALL R. BERND CERNOHOUS CULLEN DURST GENRICH GUNOERSON BEHLING BIGNELL CHRISTENSON DAWSON FOGERTY A. GILSTAD HAILINGDOROTHY HAMMELMAN, Deer Perk. Rural .... HOWARD HANNON. Green Bay. Secondary .... MARJORIE HANSEN. Bal-tarn Lake. Pro-Professional .... EOWARD HANSON, River Falls. Pre-Professionol .... BARBARA HARRIS. River Falls. Pre-Professional. MARY HAWKINS. Roborts. Elemenlery .... ELEANOR HAYES. Rice Lake. Secondary .... ALFREO HEICHEL, Osceola. Agricultural Education .... SHIRLEY HENRICH, Rice lake. Prc-Pro-feuional .... KENNETH HILLESTAO, Amery. Pre-Professional. CALVIN HOPHAN, Plum City. Pre-Professional .... ROBERT HOPHAN. Plum City. Pro-Professional .... LESTER HORN. New Aubum. Secondary .... ANNA MAE HOSEID. River Falls. Elementary .... WADE HUBERT, Deronda. Secondary. EVELYN HUMPHREY. Sparta. Rural .... MAXINE HUPPERT. Hager City. Elementary .... BEVERLY IVERSON. Granlsburg. Pre-Profes-sional .... SYLVIA JAROLIMEK, Merrlllan. Secondary . . . . DOROTHY JOHNSON. Baldwin. Pro-Professional. NORMAN JOHNSON. River Falls. Pre-Professional .... FELICE JORSTAD, Hudson. Pre-Professional .... DOROTHY KAY, River Falls. Pre-Professional .... DEAN KITTEL, Clayton. Agricultural Education .... GEORGE KLECKNER. Chippewa Falls. Secondary. LAWRENCE KLUG. Almena. Pre-Professional .... DENNIS LARSON. River Falls. Pre-Professional .... HERBERT LARSON. Me-nomonle. Pre-Professional .... LLOYD LARSON, Madison. Secondary ... . GLAOYS LEAOHOLM. Amery. Elementary. HAMMELMAN HAWKINS C. HOPHAN HUMPHREY N. JOHNSON KLUG LEJEUNE HANNON HAYES R. HOPHAN HUPPERT JORSTAD 0. LARSON LOVELL M. HANSEN HEICHEL HORN IVERSON KAY H. LARSON LU6ERG E. HANSON HENRICH HOSEID JAROLIMEK KITTEL L. LARSON LUEBKE HARRIS HIUESTAD HUBERT D. JOHNSON KLECKNER LEADHOIM LYNCH RICHARD LEJEUNE. Poskln. Secondary .... ROBERT LOVELL. River Falls. Pre-Professional .... AUDREY LUBERG. River Falls. Elementary .... KENNETH LUEBKE. Hudson. Pre-Professional----------------- MARION LYNCH. Amery. Elementary. FRESHNONA McCOLLOW. RIvor Folli. Elementary .... ELIZABETH MALMO, Now Richmond. Elementary .... NICK MALUEG. River Fall!. Secondary .... JOYCE MEIER. PraKOtt. Rural . . . . LOUISE MELBYE, Cameron. Secondary. MARILYN MERCORD, Proieott. Secondary .... LOIS MEULE-MANS. Glonwood City. Secondary .... WILLARD MILLER. Spring Valley. Secondary .... MOL8ERG .... ELEANOR NELSON, River Fells. Pre.Prolewional. EMOGENE NELSON. River Fall.. Rural .... MARLYS OLIGNEY. River Fall . Elementary .... MARSHALL OLSON. River Fall.. Secondary .... MARY PAULSON, Clear lake. Secondary . . . . NORMAN PAUTZ. Hilbert. Agricultural Education. RUTH PEDERSON. Wilson. Elementary .... DOROTHY PEROFF. Clayton. Pro-Professional .... KERMIT QUINNELL, Kennen. Agri. cultural Education .... KENNETH RACKMAN. Clam Falls. Secondary .... PAUL REGORRAH. Cable. Pro-Professional. RUSSELL ROSEN. Downing. Agricultural Education .... DAVID RUSHAM, New London. Secondary .... ELIZABETH SAMPSON. River Fall.. Pre-Professional .... PAUL SATTERLUND, Amery. Pre-Prcfessional .... SHIRLEY SCHILL8ERG. Osceola. Elementary. WILLIAM SCRUTON, River Fall.. Pre-Professional .... WAYNE SINNEN, St. Paul. Minnesota. Secondary .... ARDITH SMITH. New Richmond. Rural .... KATHERINE SMITH. Wilson. Rural KATHERINE SNEESBY. Amery. Secondary. JOHN SOLIE, Stanley. Pre-Professional .... MARY SOMSEN, Baldwin. Elementary .... WALLACE STOUFFER. Robert.. Pre-Professional .... JOHN SULLIVAN, Royelton. Secondary . . . . OLIVE SUMMERS. Siren. Rural. Freshman Officers Sherman Freenak..........................President Paul Swenby.........................Vice-President Barbara Harris.......................... Secretary David Cullen.............................Treasurer Chestine B. Knight I......................Advisers Melvin Wall V » MeCOLLOW MERCORD E. NELSON PEDERSON ROSEN SCRUTON SOLIE MALMO MEULEMANS OLIGNEY PEROFF RUSHAM SINNEN SOMSEN MALUEG MILLER OLSON QUINNELL SAMPSON A. SMITH STOUFFER MEIER MOLBERG PAULSON RACKMAN SATTERLUND K. SMITH SULLIVAN MELBYE E. NELSON PAUTZ REGORRAH SCHILLBERG SNEESBY SUMMERSFAY SWANKG, Now Richmond. Elementary .... FELICIA TURNER. Milltown. Rural .... LESTER VAN LOON. Holmen. Agricultural Education .... GERALD WALLEN. River Fall . Secondary. SHIRLEY WIFF. Spring Valley. Secondary .... SHIRLEY WOODS. Webtter. Rural .... EDMUND YOUSTEN, Almona. Pre-Profeuional. FRESHfUEfl SWANKE WIFF TURNER S. WOODS VAN LOON YOUSTEN WALLEN i To develop every talent we possess in order that we may become more efficient leaders now and in the future is to serve our country and our school.THE ATHLETIC BOARD THE COACHIIIG STAFF R. A. Korqos. A. N. Johnson Robert Theyer. Marjorie Dempsey Gerald Manion O. J. Sjowel G. P. Junkman, Gerald Manion Student Members Clifford Juedes (resigned) O. J. Sjowall CAPTAINS 1942.1943 Rasmtmon. boitolboll: 0»i. 'football: PrwcW 90M: Dot h. football: Slow. baiaball: Andraa. tennis: Coach Maaioa "R" CLUB 1943 Back row: Meehan. Olson. Wickman. Rvhtam. Daiu. C. Brook . Prwcha. Graschner. P acak. Nelson . . Middle row: Oft. Vin . Klucarich, Poppy. Mohlbarg. Hoilol. Thayar, Rasmussen1 . . Front row: Lo Jaaaa. liastar. Dosch. Goodspeed. Drehmel. Stonar. La non. MeCardla. Frokjar THE T CLUB Rudolph Meehan.......................President Fred Ubbelohde..................Vice-President Lee Dosch..................Secretary-Treasurer This organization is made up of those men who have won major or minor awards in some varsity sport. Most notable of their achievements was the "R” Club Carnival. It was an al-school affair held in North Hall, and it proved to be one of the social highlights of the entire school year. Footbal Byron Brooke Roger Cemohous "Robert Cretney JaH Diffendorfer Lee Dosch Horry Frokjor Neil Goodspeed Alfred Heikle "Emmett Kelly Joseph Klucarich "John Kramer Lloyd Larson Harold LeJeune Allen Unster "Robert LoveN Rudolph Meehan "Velmo Nelson Lemoine Olson •Robert Olson Joseph Ott Kenneth Poppy Francis Ptacek Kenneth Rasmussen David Ruhsam Wayne Sinnen John Storzer "John Sullivan Robert Thayer Fred Ubbelohde Carl Wickman "William Wilco. Basketball "Donald Baird Byron Brooke Colbum Brooke Eugene Deiss Duane Doolittle Lee Dosch Lloyd Larson Hugh McCerdle Kenneth Poppy Kenneth Rasmussen John Storzer "John Sullivan Gordon Vine Letter Awards Voted by the Athletic Board in Football for the 1942 Season Baseball Major Letters Cretnev LeJeune R. Olson Diffendorfer Linehan Ott Dosch Unster Ptacek Frokjor Meehan Rasmussen Kramer Nelson Ruh:om Larson Minor Letters Boles Goodspeed Klucarich Brooke Hoikel L Olson Sinnen Storzer Sullivon Thayer Ubbelohde Wilco Gerald Drehmei Edward Greschner Wallace Mehlberg Lyle Nelson Joseph Ott Golf Kenneth Poppy John Storzer Robert Thayer Fred Ubbelohde John Prucha Wickmen ‘Mtabm who w«ro in school on or two fount. La Crosse River Falls Superior Stout .. Eeu Oeire Conference Standings Won Lost .......4 0 ....2 2 .... 2 2 ... 2 2 ............................0 4 Players Named on All-Conference Second Team Rasmussen—Tackle Thayer—Guard Ott—Halfback Results of the Season Conference River Falls 15 Eau Claire 7 River Falls 0 La Crosse ... .... 27 River Falk 14 Superior 6 River Falls • 0 Stout .. 26 Non-Conference River Falls 6 Winona 22 River Falls 0 Macalester 19Bed row: Devine. Jilot. Klucench. Elchingor. Ouelman. Diffondo'fcr. Goodipees. BrooU .. Third row: Aaljiani Coach Juodai. La Jouno. V ilco . Maahan. Otto . Ha ill . Bolos. Nelson. Coach MonScn . . Second row: Unstar. Sullivan. Ruhtam. Kramor. Frotjar. Linahan. Larson .. Front row: Storjer. Crorncy. Co-captain Doseh. Co-captain Oft. Thayar. Ubbalohda FOOTBALL 1942 The Falcons opened the season against Winona at Ramor Field on September 26 with six lettermon in the starting lineup. Several changes were made as the season wont on, and the boys finished in a second place tio in tho conference standings. The game with Winona was the first game played undor the lights installed at Ramor Field the past summer. The contest was played in a driving rain which slowed up the S considerably and kept a Targe prospective crowd ot 9. The Manionmen couldn't get going, and OH was tackled behind the goal lino for a safety midway in tho first guarter. Fritz, Winona fullback, went over from the I-yard line to end the first half scoring. Winona scorod two more touchdowns in tho third quarter. "Shorty" Lo-Jeune scored for River Falls late in the gome. The final score: 22-6. A vastly improved Falcon eleven played host tho following Friday to Eau Claire in the initial conference game. Tho boys in Red and White defeated tho Zommen in a convinc a manner, 15-7. Surprisingly enough Eau Claire led at the , 7-0, by virtuo ot a pass interception. The passing duo of Ott to Dosch made it all River Falls in the second haTf. On October 9 River Falls journeyed to La Crosso. The Falcons couldn't match the Indians' superior manpower. At the half tho conference champions were leading 7-0. Then the Falcon defonse foil opart with the Indians pushing across three more tallies before the final gun. The Manionmen fought all the way. but were simply outmanned. The boys in Red and White hoped to bounce back against Macofesfer of St. Paul. However, the Macs were the largest team the Falcons faced all year, and they used this superiority to good advantage. Mocofester marched down the field to its scores on sheor power alone; penalties and fumbles thwarted the efforts ot the Falcons. In the homecoming game tho Falcons celebrated at the expenso of tho highly touted Superior Yellowjackets. They went out to "Scrap Superior" and did just exactly that to the tune of 14-6. Lato in the second quartor Nochak passed to Zell, Yellowjacket halfback, in the end zone. Once more the Falcons found themselves behind at the half, 6-0. Then a 70-yard sustained drive was climaxod with Larson going over from the one. Rudy Meehan’s kick was good. To make the victory more omphatic. Joe Ott intercepted a Superior lost minuto desporation pots on the 30 and sped 70 yards down tho sidelines to pay dirt. Meehan converted again to make the score, 14-6. For the final game of the season River Falls went to Me nomonie. The Falcons completely outplayed Stout for threo periods, but the score romoineo 0-0. Storti led a Blue Devil attack that netted four touchdowns in the final ten minutes. The final score: 26-0. Dotoh skirls ond Moohon coitvorliBack ro«: Coach Monion. Dotch. lenoa. Ruhiom. Doolitllo. Own . B. Brook . Potcnon Ffonf row: Vino. Sullivan. McCordlo. Coptain Rotmimon. Storror. Doi«. C. Broolo River Fells River Fells River Fells River Fells River Falk River Fells River Fells River Fells BASKETBALL 1942-1943 Lottor A words Voted by the Athletic Council in Baskotbell for the 1942-43 Seeson Major Letters B. Brooke Doolittle McCardie Sullivan C. Brooke Dosch Rasmussen Vine Deiss Larson Storzer Results of the Season Conference Non-Conference 50 Superior . . . 68 River Falls. .. . 31 Macalester .... 37 Stout 64 River Falls. .. 38 St. Olaf 32 39 River Falls... 31 St. Thomas .... 42 Eau Claire . 39 River Falls .. 34 Macalester .... 36 La Crosse . 50 River Falk. .. 30 St. Thornes .... 50 Stout 52 River Falk. .. 47 St. Olaf 44 Superior . . . j.’........ 55 (Overtime) 48 Eau Claire . 40 Conference Standings Won Lost Stout 7 1 Superior .. 5 3 Eau Claire 4 4 River Falls . 2 6 La Crosse 2 6 51 45 64 33 40 55 Pleyer named on Ai-Conference Second Teem: Kenneth Rasmussen. Center The Falcons opened the 1942-43 s.ooson with but four former lettermen. Those veterans included Rasmussen. McCor-die, Poppy, and Baird. The squad received many setbacks, as quite a number of men were lost to the armed services. Don Baird, last year's center, enlisted around Christmas time. The opening game found the Falcons walking m on a Moca (ester practice session. Through a mix-up in the schedule the Red and White had arrived a day early. However, as soon as a couple of referees could be found, the game got under way. The game was disappointing with River Falls losing. 51-31. Deiss made good nine free throw attempts and led the scoring with 11 points. DeLepp. who led his conference in scorina, picked up 16 points. A much improveo Falcon club dropped a 45-38 contest to St. Olaf at Northfield. The score was close all the way with the Falcons on the short end of a 22-19 halftime score. The River Falls scorina was evenly divided, with Poppy getting 8. C. Brooke 7. Storcor end Baird 6 each. On the roed again the Menionmen lost to St. Thomas. 62-31. The score was 22-16. but the Falcons lost three men on fouls early in the second half. There were many substitutions made in an effort to find a winning combination. Deiss got 7 points: Hogan led St. Thomas with 12.Tho first homo game brought o thrilling victory over undefeated Mocolester. McCardlo and Deiss led a fourth quarter rally that overcame the Mac load and turned defeat into a win. Deiss garnered 14. and McCardle got 7 in the last quartor. Aftor tho holidoy respite the Falcons played brilliant ball against a highly touted St. Thomas five that had lost only one game and that to the Great Lakes. The score was Falcons 15. Tommies 14 at halftime, but the Rod and White faded in the last quarter to lose, 10-30. McCardlo set the Falcon season high with seven baskets and six free throws for £0 points. Faxvog followed with 16. In the next home game the Manionmen were edged out in an overtime. 55-47. St. Olaf scored 11 points in this extra session after the regular game had ended in a 44-44 deadlock. Deiss led with 10 points. Ellingson got 27 and Guse 16 for 43 of St. Olaf s 55. The Falcons opened conference play at Superior and lost a fast-moving, free-scoring affair. 68-50. By the way. the temperature was —39° at tho same time this hot shooting was taking place. Rasmussen and C. Brooke led the scoring with 12 and II points respectively. Titus and Morris, Superior guards, ware on a scoring spree, collecting 23 and 18 points. River Falls was walloped to the tune of 64-37 on the home floor at the hands of Stout, conference champions. The Falcons looked tired after their Superior trip. Sullivan picked up 9 points. Hesselman had 16 points for Stout. The Manionmen journeyed to La Crosse and lost. 38-32. It was a well-played game, but the Falcons were badly off form in shooting. Rasmussen and C. Brooke eoch connected for 9 points. The Falcons pulled the upset of the year at Eau Claire by defeating the previously undefoatod and conference-leading Bluejays, 42-39. At the half River Falls was leading, 24-10. They held Eau Claire to two field goals the first half. Deis and McCardle peced the scoring with 13 and 10 points. The Falcons almost lost the ball game in the closing minutes when Rasmussen. McCardle. Poppy, and Storzer were ejected on personal fouls. Rasmussen held the Eau Claire center. Lehman, to 6 points. Playing LaCrosse at home, the Falcons were again off form in snooting and lost to the Indians. 50-36. La Crosse’s shooting percentage was uncanny, and River Falls was almost miserable. McCardle got 9, and Storzer 8 points. Novak chalked up 20 markers tor La Crosse. The Falcons went to Stout and almost repeated last year s upset of the conference champions, but finally dropped a thriller. 52-50. Stout was leading at the half, 28-24. River Falls was leading with less than two minutes to play, but lost in the dosing seconds on free throws by Hesselman and Chartrow. Sullivan led the Falcons scoring with 13 points: Deiss followed with 11. Hesselman had 18 tor Stout. River Falls had another high-scoring game with the Superior Yellowjackets. The score was deadlocked at the half, 25-25. However. Deiss and McCardle had three fouls early in the game with Deiss later getting the fourth one. The final scoro was 55-44 for the Yollowjackots. McCardle picked up 18 points as did Nechak for Superior. The Falcons defeated Eau Claire for the second time, 48-40. in the final game of the season. River Falls was tho only team to turn tne trick. Rasmussen again checked Lehman, this time with two field goals. Deiss and McCardle had 15 and 13 points respectively. Rasmussen. C. Brooke, and Dosch have completed their college careers. Captain Rasmussen was one of tne most outstanding rebound and defensive men in the league. C. Brooke and Dosch, first year men on the varsity, played fine ball. No doubt this will be the last basketball for most of this yoar's squad. FRESHMAN TEAM Back row: Franko. Gonrich, Maluag. Gunderson. Hophar Front row: Wickman, Ruhtarn, La Jauna. Durst. PatarsonBASEBALL 1943 IM2 IETTERMEN UbbdoWt, Mohlbarg. Thayer. Ott. S? x-Mr. Poppy. Drakmel. Gr«tchn«r. Nohow. Coach Monion BASEBALL 1943 Bock row: UbboloKdo. S. Martinson, Lins-lor. V. Martinion, Molbarg, Horn, Rock-mon, Jolinion . . Middle row: Smith. Doich, Durst, Dyor. Vino. Quolmonn, Franlo, Potorson, Coach Monion . . Front row: Klucorich. Ptocok. Mohlborg, Thayer Ott. Coptoio Storror. Poppy. Drohmol. Groschnor. Nohow. Schumiftch It hot boon docidod thot due to the wor situation the baso-ball conference will be unable to operate this year. However, this does not mean the end of Falcon baseball. Far from it, because apparently the Red and White will be tough to beat this season. There ore nine lettermon still around and with a group of promising newcomers the situation is well in hand. Veteran pitchers. Poppy and Ott. plus catcher Stor zer. who hit .400 last year, give the Falcons on outstanding battery. The other lettermen include infielders, Drehmel, Grescnner. Mohlborg, and Nelson, a veteran of '38: outfielders, Ubbelohde and Thayer. Many men who would have been back are in the services. Greatest loss was Don Horn, veteran of three campaigns, who hit on even .400 lest season. 1943 Schedule Mey 4-—Eau Clairo (2)........................There May 12—Concordia .......................... Here May S—Concordia .............................There May 14—Eau Claire (2)........................Here Mey 8—Stillwater (Minnesota Prison).........There May 17—St. Olaf (2).........................There Golf end Tennis Both golf and tennis squads were heavily hit by graduation and men entering the armed services. There is not one veteran returning for tennis competition, end John Pruche is the only experienced men on the golf teem. However, school tournaments ere being held to select the members for this year's teams, and matches are being arranged. "Booty" Deiss. a dangerous man with a golf club, and Hugh McCerdb are prominent prospects. Bilderbech and Anderson round out the squad. The conference tournament will be hold at La Crosse. May IS. and River Fall will have e teem entered. Andrea. B. Brooke, and Vina are the most promising tennis players. They ere in the midst of the school tournament at this time and later will compete ageist [ outside schools. Bildorboch"FLYING TIGERS-—CHAMPIONS Bod row: Sbocfc. Collior .. Front row: Oft. ©enrich. Thayer 1943 inTRflmURflL SPORTS Undor I ho able leadership of physical education instructors. Juedes and Sjowall, the intramural program and "keep fit" training was a huge success. The men were more serious about getting in shape this year than ever before. As in previous years the program was operated on a point basis with points awarded for participation and additional points for winning. Touch football was in full swing the first two months. The G-B's took the title, and the P-47's came in second. A class table tennis tournament was held, and there was an enthusiastic response. D. Johnson won handily in the senior division; Hugh McCardle topped the juniors: Ed Frawloy waded through ell sophomore competition, end Don Boles was king of the frosh. Boxing The "R" Club sponsored an all-school boxing tournament which aided in the "keep fit" program. The tournament uncovered some men who were pretty handy with the gloves. The Cribbage tournament was vigorously contested with Paul Swenby emerging the winner. Ho was followed by John Prucha. John Andrea and Regorra. Drehmel took the checker tournament with Malueg second and Curler third. Ed Schmitz made the best time in the indoor obstacle test. Leonard Whitmore and Norman Pautz were right behind him. The Flying Tigers went through the entire basketball schedule without suffering a defeat. Joe Ott was their big gun and got 37 points in one game. Bob Weaver set the season record with 42 points in e single gome. Volleyball, softball, track and horseshoe are the chief interests of intramural enthusiasts during the spring term. A large crowd attended the fights with the proceeds going for besketboll sweaters. Wayne Sinnen outpointed Kenneth Rasmussen in the feature fight of the evening. The results: R. LeJeune decisioned J. Hoffman C. Brooke drew with W. Mehlberg L. Klug decisioned F. Ubbolohde R. Huber decisioned J. Storzer L Dosch decisioned V. Mertinson D. Qualman decisioned H. Smith decisioned A. Hoikol decisioned L. Olson decisioned W. Sinnen decisioned B. Schumitsch G. Webb H. Frokjer R. Thayer K. Rasmussen Bildorbach jncknifoi Huber. Smith. Captain Sinnen. Schumitich. Quelmann, Halkla. Ootch. Olson. Mohlborg Brooko, Klug. Lo JouneSPORTS HEADS AND OFFICERS Sanford. Mortin. Griffith, Ando non, Sampson, Damp toy, Nalton TENNIS Dompsoy, Stronlt BADMINTON Griffith, Dompsoy. Linohan, Sanford UJOdlEn’5 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIOn OFFICERS Marjorie Dempsey...................................President Inez Sanford..................................Vice-President Muriel Griffith..........................Secretary-Treasurer Eileen Anderson.............................Point Secretary Miss Branstad........................................Adviser MEMBERS Rietta Bergman Eileen Anderson Elva Cairns Marie Christenson Grace Churchill Marjorie Dempsey Jean Erlandson Melva Cemohous Eleanor Hayes Shirley Henrich Geraldine Hovde Merle Hunter Muriel Griffith Gladys Leadholm Audrey Luberg Elaine Martin Nona McCollow Emogene Nelson Julia Patten Rita Salmon Dorothy Sampson Elizabeth Sampson Inez Sanford Kathryn Sneesby Leona Woods Shirley WoodsEva Jean Linehan doas • wan diva Tho W. A. A., as in previous years, has directed the usual intramural sports program for womon. This year, however, it has added a new feature to the regular Tuesday and Thursday organized sports meetings. Physical fitness, including calisthenics, rope climbing, and obstacle races, has boen stressed to a great extent. Also, tho W. A. A. encourages participation in individual sports and swimming. Members of the W. A. A. are awarded points for participation in sports. When a girl has earned 500 points, she is awarded a letter. Eileen' Anderson, Elva Cairns, Julia Patten, and Dorothy Sampson each received her letter this year. The group sports are organized, directed, and supervised by a sports manager chosen from the W. A. A. The sports season began this fall with speedball outdoors until the weather forced the girls to confine their sports to inside activities. The winter season consisted of hitpin baseball, basketball, and volleyball. In the spring an enthusiastic group again reported outside for softball. PINBALL Back row: Sanford. Sneosby. Salmon. Bergman. Morgan. Patten. Cairn . Demptoy . . Front row: Linehan. Nelson. Sampson. Andorson. Martin BASKETBALL Back row: Sanford. Morgan. Griffith. Bergman. Martin. Nelson. Samp wn. Anderton. Sneetby . . Front row: Harwich. Hunter. Linohan. Patton. Dempjoy. Salmon. CairnsORCHESTRA B. J. Roxohnal .. DIRECTORS .. Ingweldo Rtiner first Violins Cello Clarinets Robor! Hofal Margaret Simonson William Stratton Dawn Whoolor Calvin Hedlund Margy Skagen Baffy Dodge Bass Trumpets Merlo Michaolson John Jerolimek Second Violins Gerald Wallen Mercia Nelson Baritone Horn Rolf Nilsosfuon Konnoth Bildorbach Dorothy Johnson Emogene Nelson Albona Ploszczynski Rules Norma Howe Trombones Violas Edward Schmitz Georgo Klocknor Dorothy Edkins Carolyn Goble Normen Johnson Reno Edna Briesmeister Jean Larson Lois Bernd COnCERT BRnD B. J. Roxohnal.. DIRECTORS .. Ingwoldo Fitxnor Rutes Roman Briggs Trumpets Norma Howe Sylvia Jorolimok Richard Lauo Dorothy Edtins Clarinets Glen Andorson Jean Larson Sherman Frenek Norman Johnson Merle Michaolson Gerald Wallen Felice Jorstad William Stratton Charles Clay Carolyn Goble Coral Bonek Oboe Mory Cethorino O’Connell Mory Joan Somson Marshall Olson Calvin Hedlund Horns Bassoon Virginia Stronks Robert Dopkins Margaret Simonson Dorothy Johnson Robort Hotel Lois Meulemans Rolf Nilsestuen Calvin Larson Saxophones Yvonno Johnson Alto Clarinet Baritones Robert Darwin Amy Webb Konnoth Bilderboch Albona Ploszczynski Anna Mae Hoseid Paul Satterlund Bass Clarinet John Prucho Trombones Percussion Georgo Kleckner Margy Skogon Basses Edward Schmitz John Jarolimek James Behling Robert Kulstad Duane Doolittle Lester Van Loon Muriel Griffithujomen’s chorus Cora Whorton............................................... —.................Director Lois Bored................................................................. Prosidont Bornodino McDonald......................................Socreiary-Troosuror First Torm Barbara Horris.............................Socrotary-Troosurer Second and Third Terms Margaret Poppor........................................................ Librarian Shirley Wiff................................................................ Pianist The Women's Chorus was formed several yoors ago by Miss Wharton. Its purpose is to furnish an opportunity for all college women to sing. There are no try-outs, but all can come to sing once a week. The chorus always takes part in several concerts during the year, this year appearing in the Christmas Concert and also at one given March 7 under the direction of Miss Whartor.. The members for 1942 43 and the number of terms thoy have sung are as follows: Modolyn Anderson I Froncoi Borgor I, 2 Lois Bornd I, ?, 3 Moiva Carnohous. I. 2. 3 Bossy Dodgo I. 2. 3 terrain Erickson 3 Ora Fogarty I. 2. 3 Roth Frciland I. 2. 3 Marjorie Gibtad I Lualla Hailing I Dorothy Hammelmann I, 2. 3 Vivian Harrigan I Barbara Harris I. 2. 3 Mary Francos Hawkins I. 2 Marine Hoppers I. 2. 3 Dorothy Maa Johnson 2 Doris Land burg 3 Bella Malmo I Bornodino McDonald I Joyco Moles I. 2 Marilyn Mercord 3 Lois MutUmens 2 Marcia Nolson I. 2 Lorraine Orson I Martyrs O.'ignoy I. 3 Muriel Pearson I. 2. 3 Ruth Pederson I. 2 Margaret Pepper I. 2. 3 Katharine Smith I. 2 Shirley ScbiUberg 2. 3 Kathryn Sneesby I. 2. 3 Mary Somsen I, 2 Fay Swanla I. 2 Carol Whitaker I. 2 Shirley Whiff I. 2. 3 Lois Bored Marjorie Dehlquist Robert Darwin Eileen Da naan Duane Doofistlc Ruth Froiland Muriel Griffith A CfiPPELLfl CHORUS Mervin D. Geere......... Julie Petton............. Luaila Hading Howard Hannon Lois Harm ling Iran Hophen Georgia Hopkins John Jarolimek Robert Kulsted Marilyn Me'chord Joyce Morton Glenn Nelson Rolf Nitsesiuen Mary C. O'Connell .. Director Accompenist Mortys Oligney Muriel Pearson Jack RuhoI Mary Somsen Margaret Stronb Ruth Vigenist Carol Whitaker The Marching BandALPHA PSI OMEGA Back row: Mkhoeson. Mr. Ames. Ktucorich. Colo . . Front row: Hopkins. Treadwell. O'Connell THE COLLEGE IDRSQUERS Tito College Mosquers is Ihe only dramatic organization on the campus, and it is the duty of the members to fostor all dramatic events of the colloge yoar. New members were token into the organization in the fall after a careful survey of each one's dramatic ability. To retain membership each person must maintain a high scholastic record: he must also attain a required number of points throughout the year by his participation in plays and other functions of the organization. Jamot Hilton's Lost Horizon was presented at the chosen three-act ploy for the outstanding production of the year. Because of the severe shortage of men. the play. Ghost Train, was forced to be discontinued after rehearsals were we!I under way. The Masquers have worked with the Assem- bly Committoa this yoor to contribute their talent for pro- Sens. An old-fashioned melodrama, Fireman Save My hildl was a one-act play given for an assembly program. The highlight of the yeor for the Masquers was the initiation of nine outstanding members of the organization into the national dramatic fraternity. Alpha Psi Omega. The local chapter or cast on the River Falls campus will be known as lota Bota. Members of Zeta Beta, the dramatic chapter of Soul Institute, came to the local campus to perform the impressive initiation rites. Georgia Hopkins. Mary Catherine O'Conne.!. Jeanne Treadwell. Evelyn Plombon. Merle Michaehon. Glenn Cola. Joseph Khicarich. and Mr. Carle-ton Ames, the Masquers' adviser, became the charter members of lo'a Bate. OFFICERS Georgia Hopkins..............President Merle Mkheelson.........Vice President Jeenne Treadwell.............Secretary June Hoaly...................Treasurer Mr. Carte too Ames.............Adviser MEMBERS Robert Baker Dean Kiltel Elaine Bel Joe Klucerich Lois Berod Betty Melmo Alice Beerdos None McCoBow Metv Cemohovs Lois Meulemans Glen Cok Merle Mkheelson Morjorio OeWquist Betty Jo no Moss William Dawson Glenn Nelson Jean Erlenson Ralph Nordstrom Margaret Harless Mary Katherine O'Connell Mery Frances Hawkins Evelyn Plombon June Heely Kathryn Sneesby Georgia Hopttos Margaret Streaks Marine Hoppert Joanna Treed-e" Sylvia JoroCmek Ruth VSgereet Jane Jewson Norman Johnson LOST HORIZONDEBATE PI KAPPA DELTA Bornd Whoolor Behling February 5 and 6............................. Red River Valley Tournament..............................Moorhead. Minn. February 16 and 27........................ Wisconsin Valley Dobeto Tournament ...........................Stevens Point March 27................................. H Kappa Delta Provincial Tournament St. Paul. Minn. During the 1943 season, Rivor Falls debaters participated in three tournaments, defending or opposing the proposition, Resolved, that the United Nations should establish a permanent federal union with power to tox and regulate international commerce, to maintain a police force, to settle international disputes and to enforce such settlements, and to provide for the admission of other nations which accept the principles of the union. Behling and Bernd won second place in the Moorhead tournament. Other teams entered in this tournament were Hedlund-Rackman, and Aasterud-Wheeler. Behling and Bernd also attended the Wisconsin Valley tour- nament. Others out for debate were Loren Thompson. Robert Baler. Edward Hanson, and Rudolph Meehan. The members of the national honorary forensic fraternity participated in the Pi Kappa Delta Provincial tournament ar Macatester College where Bernd and Behling placed second In debating and Behling tied for first in men's extemporaneous speaking. This year's Pi Kappa Delta membership consists or Dawn Wheeler, and two new members. Robert Bernd and James Behling. Miss Loeb, the debate coach and sponsor of the local Pi Kappa Delta chapter, was reelected Governor of the Upper Mississippi Province. Racknton Hodlund ' Bohllng Aotterud Bornd WhcolorWtioolor Vruwink Tlmmormon THE 1 9 4 3 (DELETEHI) EDITOR Down Wheeler ASSOCIATE EDITORS Leone Timmermon Helen Rustin Jeon Larson BUSINESS MANAGER Doneid Vruwink ATHLETICS PHOTOGRAPHY Hugh McCordle Melvin Wall ADVISER Maud A. Lotto THE STUDENT DIRECTORY Donald Vruwink Dawn Wheeler Leone Timmerman Rustin McCord Is LarsonJohnson lorson THE STUDEDT VOICE Co-Editors......... Footure Editor..... Copy Editor........ Business Manager... Sports Editors..... STAFF . . . Margery Ericson, Carol Whitaker ................Essie Solheim .....Muriel Griffith .....Patricia Milbrath . . Hugh McCardle. Robert Weaver NEWS REPORTERS Marcia Nelson. Peg Pepper, Ruth Froiland, Audrey Luberg, Madoiyn Anderson. Katheryn Sneesby, Louella Hailing. Louise Melby, Ora Fogerty. Frances Berger Business Staff.................................Louella Hailing, Helen Rustin FEATURE WRITERS Nona McCollow, Pat Milbrath. Elmer Hedlund. James Sparr, Mildred Fleming Copy Readers......................................Betty Aasterud, Corrine Swanson Special Reporter....................................................John Prucha Faculty Adviser............................................. Welker D. Wyman Griffith, Milbrath. Ericton. Whitokor. McCordla. SolhoimHOIDEC OCTOBER 23 Friday evening........... Saturday morning........................ Saturday afternoon...................... Saturday evening............. The 1942 homecomers wore foced with two problems: tho war and the Superior "Yellow Jackets." The responsibility of overcoming these obstacles was placed upon Chairman "Peto" Skroch, Queen Marjorie Danlquist, and Coach Man-ion and his "Falcons." Lapels and sweaters displayed red and white ribbons reading "Scrap Superior." Red and whito. yellow and black paper streamers decorated the campus. Tho big, whitewashed 0(111116 and 24, 1942 ..........Mass meeting Torchlight parade Bonfire ..........Parade Judging of house decorations ..........Game Faculty-alumni reception .......... Dance "R" gleamed from the mound. Window displays on Main street all told of the coming battle between River Falls and Superior. Friday night came the moss meeting, at which the toastmaster, Dr. Kettelkamp. presided. The audience was entertained by personalities such os Baby Snooks, Kate Smith, and Dick Laue and his trumpet. First prize was awarded the Junior Class for its presentation of the Statue of Liberty and what it should mean to us. An effective close of the moss meeting was the coronation of the queen by the homecoming chairman. After the coronation, the band led the torchlight parade to the bonfire, which was large, thanks to "Pep" Hanson, in spite of the fact that the first pile of boxes had been burned the night before by pranksters. Saturday morning the paraders and the on-lookers splashed up and down Main street. Wesley League's horse and buggy. S. P. Q. R.'s Roman chariot and the "royal" floats were highlights of the parade. And then the game, with 'Rudy" Meehan's final touchdown which made the victory one for River Falls at 14-7. Following the game, faculty and alumni visited over coffee and doughnuts. Dancing to the music of Dough Perrin at the all-school party was an appropriate finale to a successful homecoming. SlrocH Dahlqui ?WHITER CflR(11VflL FEBRUARY 5 and 6, 1942 The first winter carnival held at River Falls for several seasons was successfully managed by the chairman, Willard Jacobson, who was elected by the student body. They also chose Amy Webb as the carnival queen and John Collier and Lee Dosch as assistant chairmen. The main events of this festival were: Friday evening........... Saturday morning......... Saturday afternoon....... Saturday night........... Slating events Coronation of the queen Judging of the snow sculpturing Skiing events Game with La Crosse School dance Winners of the speed races held at the slating rink were Harold Le Jeune and Dorothy Kay. of the skiing events were Reuben Johnson, ski jumping: Gerald Wallen, slaloming; and Gene Bjerstadt, cross country race. In the snow sculpturing contest, Palette Club's polar bear and reindeer won first place. Jack Pratt's orchestra played for the informal dance Saturday night.THE JUn10R PROdl MARCH 6, 1943 The Junior prom, led by Junior class president, Robert Thayer, and Barbara Wright from La Crosse, was held in the North Hall gymnasium decorated in a patriotic manner. In carrying out this theme, the decoration committee, under the direction of chairman, Amy Webb, Eileen Deneen, Virgil Clark, Margaret Simonson, Essie Solheim. and Eileen Anderson painted large insignia from the various branches of the service and in colors red. white, and blue. In spite of the war, the girls wore corsages of real flowers. Early in the evening, the grand march was led by the King and Queen, and Lester Dyer, senior class president, and Dorothy Kay. The music of Red Molgron's orchestra helped to make the prom of 1943 a successful one. VISITOR'S DRY MAY 7. 1943 For the past several years, students have invited their dads to "Dad's Doy." one of the outstanding events of the fall term. The students escorted their fathers to various classrooms on the campus, and introduced them to members of the faculty. Dads were guests at a football game in tho afternoon, Because "Dad's Day" was successful, the girls of the campus, with the assistance of Miss Hathorn, decided to entertain the students' mothers. The programs consisted of meeting the members of the faculty, getting acquainted with the campus, a noon luncheon, and an afternoon program. The recent gas and tire rationing has made a separate day for each parent an impossibility, so a "Visitors' Day" has been inaugurated for 1943. at which parents and friends will become acquainted with tho faculty and the campus of River Falls State Teachers College.HERE RnD THERE House of Frye___Buddies____Dolores end Sherm---Bon Voyage. Elmer----Fros’n Dyer--Amy------Where's the "ref"? . ... Virgie .... Dr. Karges in action .... The uninvited guests .... What big "R’s" you hove .... Virgie goes aesthetic . .. . Jou mayorsBock row: Frlnok. Poppy. Dyer. AfdaM. Prucho. DooliiHe . . Front row: DoMqvht. Thayer. Stronks. Stratton. Wheeler THE STUDEHT SEfl flTE Officers John Prucha...................................................................President Kenneth Poppy............................................................Vice-President Marjorie Dahlquist............................................................Secretary Joyce Morton, Dawn Wheeler...................................................Treasurers Kenneth Afdahl Donald Baird Marjorie Dahlquist Duane Doolittle Lester Dyer Sherman Frinak Members Dawn Wheeler Joyce Morton Kenneth Poppy John Prucha William Stratton Virginia Stronks Robert Thayer STUDENT STUDENT SENATE. The Student Senate, composed of members elected by the student body last spring and of class presidents, is the student governing body of the college. Among the duties performed are the sponsorship of the Freshman Handbook. Homecoming, the Winter Carnival, and Recognition Day. It appointed, promoted, and organized such groups as the social committee, student-faculty relations committee student representatives, health committee members, assembly program committee representatives. school publications editors, and the war council directors. This organization also nominated members for the 1943-1944 Student Senate. THE WAR COUNCIL The War Council, under the direction of Edward Greschner. has been an active new organization during the post school year. Its activities have been the sale of war bonds and stomps, the promotion of student and faculty participation in Red Cross work, and the attempt to make everyone on the campus more conscious of the part that he had to play in this war. Mr. Greschner was sent to Northfield where he represented River Falk m a convention held for the purpose of making colleges more aware of what is being done on other campuses in this war SENATE effort, and to give them all assistance in directing college war work. Virginia Stronks was appointed by the Student Senate as the permanent representative to the Victory War Assembly which has its headquarters in Macalester College. Mr. Greschner and his committee have worked among the college students and faculty, and also among the various clubs and organizations on the campus. The council is composed of Dr. Kettelkamp. adviser. Edward Greschner. chairman. Marjory Dahlquist. Virginia Stronks. Margaret Simonson. Sylvia Jarolimek. John Collier. Howard Hannon. Hugo De Jong, and Delois Trindle. THE PARTY COMMITTEE. To make week-ends more enjoyable for those students who remain in River Falls, the social committee has sponsored many all-school dances this past year. Because of transportation difficulties students have danced to favorite recorded bands, as well os to Jack Pratt’s band, composed of students from college and high school. The party committee wos under the chairmanship of Wayne Baird, who was assisted by Robert Nicol. Evelyn Plombon, Ruth Ann Feske. Muriel Griffith. Duane Doolittle. Marshall Okon. Peter Skroch. Dorothy Edkins. and Kathryn Sneesby.Peterson, Whoolor, O'Gonnoll IHE H0n0R SOCIETY Officers Mary Catharine O'Connell..................President Marvin Peterson......................Vice-President Dawn Wheeler....................Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Eide...................................Adviser The Honor Society is made up of those students who have to those who have had two and one-fourth honor points per received two and one-half honor points per credit hour for credit hour and have received no grade below C. one term or more. Upon graduation a gold "R" is awarded Elementary . . .English Agriculture .... English SILVER “R" Edward Ausderau Margaret Harless Ruth Metiison Patricia Ryan Kenneth Afdahl Barbara Harris Louise Melby Elizabeth Sampson Robert Baker Anna Henriksen Merle Michaebon Anton Sendelbach Carol Banek John Hoffman Patricia Milbrath Kathryn Sneesby Lester Baribo Ruth Holt Claire Milliren Edria Sontag Everett Burkholder Irene Hophan Clark Moe William Stratton Eileen Deneen Georgia Hopkins Joyce Morton Margaret Stronks Lester Oyer Lester Horn Mary C. O'Connell Virginia Stronb Dorothy Edkins Wade Hubert Marshall Olson Robert Thayer Ruth Ann Feske Clarice Jacobson Julia Patten Leone Timmerman Ruth Froiland Genevieve James Muriel Pearson Loren Thompson Mildred Fleming Margaret Jerdee Dorothy Peroff Robert Van Keuren Gertrude Geraets Anna Johnson Marvin Peterson Ralph Van Sickle Carolyn Goble Norman Johnson Kenneth Poppy Donald Vruwink Muriel Griffith Calvin Larson John Pruche Dawn Wheeler Francis Wikle GOLD “R" Margaret A. Jerdee.......................Social Science Margaret A. Stronb.. Merle E. Michaelson.................Science-Mathematics Leone M. Timmerman.. Muriel R. Pearson...............................English Robert W. Van Keuren Beverly White Rasmus............................English Dawn W. Wheeler....ff I Y. M. C. A. CABINET Back row: Michoolwn. Colo. Olocli Front row: Woof I. Hodlund. Von Kouran, Bvrmaistor. Diffondorfor. Mr. Jacobion. Johnson THE YO U n G HI ED'S CHRIBTIRI) ASSOCIATION Officers Raymond Hoeft.....................................President Robert Van Keuren........... .................... Willard Jacobson.............................Vice-President Mr. J. P. Jacobson.................................Advl Martin Burmeister.................................Secretary Cabinet Merle Michaelson.........................Music Department Donald Hom..........................Department ofL bkily Wilbur Larson.....................Deportment of Discussions Reuben Johnson............................Social Chairman Robert Kulstod............................. Junior High-Y Frank Olocki....................................... Yn,° Elmor Hedlund...............Department of Church Relotions Willard Jacobson.........................Program CMirman Jorl Diffendarfer......................Freshman Orientation Robert Haile................................Junior ( ebme Y. W. C. A. CABINET Back row: Hopboo, Crowohorf. Hormoling Front row: Dablquitt. Simoason. Treadwell. Patton. Gronlund. Ro»tin. Stronls Y 0 U n G (UOIAEA’S CHRI8TIAA ASSOCIATION Jeanne Treadwell Irene Hophen. . Mrs. Donald Fieri Officers ........President Beulah Crown hart............ ... Vice-President Mildred Fleming... Advisory Board Mrs. Jesse Symes Miss Chestine Knight Miis Irma Hothom . Secretary . Treasurer Lois Harmoling... Merjorio Dahlquist. Evelyn Plombon. . . Margaret Simonsenl Margaret Stronks J Finance Chairman . Music Chairman Program Chairman . Project Chairmen Jane Gronlund I Jane Jewson J Virginia Stronks 1 Yvonne Johnson) Julia Patten 1 Helen Rustin J ’ .... Publicity Chairmen .......Social Chairmen Social Service ChairmenBad row: Borg. Collior. Skroch Front row: Dyer. Mr. May. Afdahl Bocl row: SchomittcK Van Kouron. Drohmol Front row; Ptocot. Mr. May. AWaN First Half Year Loster Dyer.... Peter Skroch.... John Collier---- Kenneth Afdahl Clarence Alberg Palmer Anderson Bernard Began Howard Baker Lester Bari bo Vernon Berg Colburne Brooke Martin Burmeister Glenn Cole First Half Year Gertrude Geraets. Bernice Folensbee Madohm Anderson Elaine Ball Olive Bergman L Faye Signal Dale Birkef Ellen Brook FUTURE FARRIERS OF RRIERICfl ... President... . Vice-President. .. Secretary... John Collier Robert Cretney Hugo DoJong Paul Do R oy Lonnie Dittrick Gerald Drehmel Glen Duvon Lester Dyer Peder Eng Albert Franko Officers Second Half Yoar .....Francis Ptacek Bernard Schumitsch . .. .Gerald Drehmel George Frenchiek Edward Greschner Robert Haile Richard Harvey Alfred Heichel Raymond Hoeft a Jensen en Johnson George Johnston Eugene King First Half Year Vernon Berg Kenneth A Wahl Robert Nicol... Dean Kettel Stanton Martinson Virgil Martimon Wallace Mehlberg Claire Milliren Robert Nicol Robert Olsen Roy Pady Norman Peutz Raymond Poizin .Treasurer... Reporter. .. .. Watch Dog.. Francis Ptacek Donald Oualman Kermit Quinncll Frank Reynolds Louis Rosandick Russell Rosen Bernard Schumitsch Anton Sendelbach Richard Shea Peter Skroch RURAL LIFE CLUB Officers Second Half Year First Half Year .President.......Olive Summers Blanche Wood.. Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President.......Leona Woods Lila Johnson . . Program Chairman Grace Churchill Bernice Fnlenibee Gertrude Geraets Audrey Gibted Marjorie Gitsted Catherine Glumske Members Dorothy Hemmelmen llene Hardy Vivian Harrigan Wiilard Hines Dolores Holden Evelyn Humphrey Arvila Jacobson Clarice Jacobson Lila Johnson Joyce Meier Bernice Metcalf Emogene Nelson Ruth Pederson Ethel Pepper Ardith Smith Katherine Smith Edria Son tag Olive Summers Second Half Year . Robert Van Keuran . Kenneth Afdahl ....Herman Smith Herman Smith Robert Thayer Earl Thomsen James Van Keuren Robert Van Kouron Lester Van Loon George Webb Richard Wynvoon William Zelmer Second Half Year Dorothy Hemmelmen Katharine Smith Harriet Sweet Felicia Turner Lola Walton Blanche Wood Leone Woods Shirley WoodsTHE (TIIDGHRDIflllS Officers Virgil Clark..........................President Lois Hormoling..................Socrotary-Treasurer Dorothy Nelson..................Program Chairman Miss Bridges............................Adviser Edna Briosmoister Marie Christensen Virgil Clark Lorraine Erickson Lois Harmeling Mary Hawkins Members Anna Henriksen June Healy Ruth Holt Irene Hophan Genevieve James Audrey Luborg Nona McCollow Dorothy Nelson Helen Rustin Margy Skagen Mary Somsen Margaret Stronks Fay Swanke Jeanne Treadwell Deloise Trindle Ruth Vigerust Norene Weldon Catherine Yanisch Hormoling Clark Nolton A. C. E. Officers Jane Jewson...................... Albona Pleszczynski.............. Eileen Deneen.................... Virginia Stronks................. Amy Webb............ Miss Zek......................... ... President ... Vico-Prosident ..........Secretary . .Treasurer Publicity Chairman ...........Adviser Members Marjorie Dahlquist Eileen Deneen Betty Dodge Ruth Ann Fosko Louolla Hailing Dolores Hanson Anna Mae Hose id Norma Howe Merle Hunter Maxine Huppert Jane Jewson Jean Larson Gladys Leadholm Marian Lynch Betty Malmo Elaine Martin Albene Pleszczynski Inez Sanford Virginia Stronks Lois Swenson Amy Webb THE mflTHEmflTICS CLUB Officers Merle N ichaelson................. Carol Finstad..................... Mrs. Eide.......................... ..........Chairman Secreta ry-T reasurer ...........Adviser John Andrea Carolyn Goble Everett Burkholder Donald Horn Robert Darwin Lester Horn Jarl Diffendarfer Lloyd Jilot George Frenchick Norman Johnson Carol Finstad Dale Kelly Members Pauline Olson John Prucha James Sparr William Stratton Ralph Van Sickle Joe Klucarich Bob Kulstad Wilbur Larson Ruth Mattison Merle Michaelson Frank Olocki 3. P. U. R. Officers Betty Aasterud....................................President Marie Holverson..............................Vice-President Jane Gronlund............................Secretary-Treasurer Miss Arbuthnot......................................Adviser Betty Aasterud Kane Cramer Jane Gronlund Barbara Harris Eleanor Hayes Shirley Henrick Members Marie Holverson Wade Hubert Margaret Jerdee Muriel Pearson Elizabeth Sampson Leone Timmerman Finstad Michaalson Gronlund AastarudPALETTE CLUB Officers Lois Hormoling........................Chairman Ruth Holt..................Secretary-Treasurer Board Irene Hophan Madolyn Anderson Miss Greene................. Vivian Harrigan Norene Weldon .......Adviser Madolyn Anderson Eiva Cairns Lorraine Erickson Delores Hanson Lois Harmoling Vivian Harrigan Members Anna Henriksen Ruth Holt Irene Hophan Audrey Luberg Lois Swenson Norene Weldon Virgil Clark Shirley SchiHberg Marjorie Gilstad Ruth Pederson Doloise Trindle ltd row: Holt. Hormoling Front row: Hophon. Waldon Ericsoa. Gronlund. Hotworjon. Ryan SIGmfl CHI SIGmH Officers Marie Hohrerson.................. Patricia Ryan................... Jane Gronlund................... Margery Ericson................. .... President Vice-President .... Secretary ----Treasurer Advisory Board Mrs. Walker D. Wyman Miss Lieneman Miss Moss Members Betty Aasterud Eileen Anderson Dorothy Edkins Margery Ericson Carol Fmstad Mildred Fleming Ruth Froiland Muriel Griffith Jane Gronlund Lois Harmeling Marie Holvorson Margaret Jerdee Jana Jewson Anna Johnson Yvonne Johnson Jean Larson Doris Landberg Ruth Mattison Patricia Milbrath Joyce Morton Marcia Nelson Mary C. O’Connell Muriel Pearson Evelyn Plombon Beverly Rasmus Patricia Ryan Esther Solneim Margaret Stronks Virginia Stronks Corrine Swanson Leone Timmerman Jeanne Treadwell Dawn Wheeler Carol Whitaker r | v ( « ( ( 1 j v-ea BUREAU OF ENGRAVING. INC. MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA "I


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