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

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 PUBLISHED BY WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE River Falls, WisconsineleteanTHE 1956 STAFF Joan N. Drumm Editor-in-chief Blake Murray Hubert Assistant editor M. Wayne Wolfe James G. Crane Advisorsforeword To capture the atmosphere and flavor of the River Falls campus is a difficult task. After a year's work, we are sure we have been only partially successful. There are feelings and emotions which cannot be reduced to cold, hard type and engravings. We sincerely hope we have caught some of the humor, the drama, the gaiety and the seriousness of college life. ACTIVITIES . . SPORTS . . . ORGANIZATIONS ADMINISTRATION CLASSES . .BOARD OF REGENTS WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE Herman T. Hagestad President Vice-president Eau Claire . Oshkosh . Madison Secretary and Director of Colleges George E. Watson Madison ex-officio. State Superintendent of Instruction Harold G. Anderson ....................................... Whitewater Barney G. Barstow .............................. Superior Wilson S. Delzell ........................ Stevens Point Mrs. Robert C. Eby .............................. Madison Harold K. Geyer ........................... Platteville Herman T. Hagestad.......................... River Falls Elton S. Karrmann ........................... Platteville Eugene Murphy ................................. La Crosse Robert W. Pierce .............................. Menomonie Mrs. Avery Sherry ............................. MilwaukeeHaving completed 80 years of service to Wisconsin, the college at River Falls continues to express the enthusiasm and the forward look that is characteristic of youth. Its ever-increasing enrollment necessitates a physical expansion. A rapidly changing world is a challenge to even greater service in the future. we dedicate So that students yet to come may obtain full benefit from their education, great vision is demanded of our generation. For just as the college of today reflects the vision of the past, so the college of tomorrow will reflect our dreams. It is to the future with its promise of intellectual and material growth that we dedicate the 1956 Meletean.Homecoming Queen Natalie VanderhoofHer Attendants"SUPPRESS SUPERIOR”What are the ingredients of a good homecoming? Is it o pep fest with plenty of pep, o torch-light parade, a blazing bonfire, winding up with a parade full of colorful floats and bands? Perhaps it is excitement in the air a tenseness and relief as the opening kick-off signals the end of weeks of work. If these things are part of a good homecoming, this year's can stand with the excellent. As always, things got rolling with a pep rally complete with yells, dixieland music, and a snake dance through main street. Natalie Vanderhoof was crowned queen by Chairman Jim Anderson.Colorful ExcitementAt ten o'clock Saturday morning the Homecoming parade, one of the biggest on record, rolled by the judging stand. A new addition this year was the all girl band, the Falconettes. Many ogreed that the girls added just the right amount of color to make this a most brilliant Homecoming parade. "Suppress Superior" wos the slogan this year, and suppressed they were, a 47-0 trouncing which capped the '56 Homecoming as one of the best. The Homecoming dance Saturday night seemed the perfect ending for it was a good chance for everyone to relax and enjoy the music of Dave Hurlv nd his orchestra and to forget the weeks of preparation and excitement. Credit must be given Chairman Anderson and to all who helped him. The ingredients of a good homecoming? River Falls hod supplied them.w . Foundation Week . . ♦ The functions of the Foundotion Committee ore to coordinate ond expedite the efforts of the various alumni groups, to assist in the organizing of new alumni chapters, and to create o student awareness of the role they will play as future alumni. The committee consists of members of the faculty and students, the former being permanent committee members while the latter are appointed annually by the Student Senate. Each year o beneficial project is selected by the student members of the committee, and a week is devoted to the completion of this project. This year the committee chose to work in conjunction with the Neil Mulhollam Memorial Committee toward the purchase of an outdoor bulletin board to be erected in honor of the former River Falls student. The week of January 23-28 was selected as Foundation Week, and events were held throughout for the purpose of raising money. Foundotion Week this year was highlighted by a Variety Show on Monday night, an all-school aance on Thursday, and the Falcon basketball victory over Stout on Saturday night. Other events of the week included a Dorm Dance, a Sleigh Ride, and a card-party and game-night in the Student Union. Hut Four i Tones Six Point BucksWho’s Who 9 Al H v mk TB Ann Eitland Glenn Gill Gene Luebker Doris Lindcmann Edward Mohlum Sally Malone Stanley Mares DcWayne Meyer Ardyce Miller Marilyn Murphy Robert Nelson Charles Pace — 17 — Colleen Ryan John WallesverdWinter Carnival 1956 CARNIVAL CALENDAR Friday, February 17 All-school assembly — North hall auditorium Hockey game at the high school rink Card, bridge, chess tourney in cafeteria Ice skating and snow sculpture Supper in cafeteria — pancakes FFA Talent Show, crowning of King and Queen Record dance in Student Activity Center Saturday, February 18 Bowling tournament at C S Outdoor activities Warm-up at Hathorn Hall Basketball game — River Falls vs. La Crosse Winter Carnival Dance Sunday, February 19 Morning — Church of your choice Swimming, volleyball, and roller skating Bean Soup Supper (Thoreson's Special) King Bob and Queen Blake Chairwoman and Assistants — 18 — Court of Honor Winning Beards This year's Winter Carnival seemed destined for success when Friday morning came complete with sunny skies ond lots of light, powdered snow, the kind that it's fun to ski, slide, build snowmen, or to just roll around in. The promise held true too, with over three hundred persons coming to the FFA Talent show Friday evening to see the royalty from the St. Paul Winter Carnival and the crowning of Bob and Blake Hubert as Winter Carnival King and Queen. The winter fun started at 10 a. m. that morning when Carnival Chairwoman Beulah Falkofske outlined the activity schedule and prizes were awarded in the beard growing contest. St. Paul Royalty More Beards — 19 —In the afternoon those who loved the out-of-doors went skating or worked on snow sculptures. Those less hardy took to cards and chess indoors. Saturday afternoon saw more events ot Swenson h'.ll with Doug Kelly winning the ski jump event, then breaking his leg. Other contestants hod better luck and the bean soup ond barbecues ot Hathorn Hall tasted real good after the I excitement of the afternoon. The dance in North Hall gym Saturday night brought the 1956 Winter Cornivol to o close too soon. Carnival Dance— 21 — Hmm . . . Heat!Plays . . . presented in the Little Theatre % I Laura Gordner "Candlelight" Candlelight On September 29, The Falcon Players Summer Theatre group presented a comedy, "Candlelight 7 by P. G. Wodehouse. It is the story of a prince's valet who masquerades as the prince to win the affection of a young lady whom he believes to be a society girl but who is really a maid. This group was organized to give summer students opportunity to leorn the many aspects of theatre with special emphasis on trouping, for the plays of the summer theatre group were presented in several neighboring towns, as well as at the college. The Crucible The first major drama production of the year was Arthur Miller's "The Crucible", a ploy based on actual accounts of the Salem witch trails. It is an intense story of strict Puritans who, with religious zeal, invent devils and witches to explain all unnatural phenomena. Innocent people are condemned to death by power crazed and self-appointed apostles. Neighbors turn on neighbors to settle old scores and grasp more land. The intensity of the play is obtained through having the characters realize fully the tragedy of their errors. Although the cast was quite large, good characterization, settings, and costumes were combined into a distinguished interpretation of o fine dramatic work.Orion Larson "King Lear" King Lear King Lear was the first Shakespearean play to be presented in the new college Little Theatre and was the fifth in a series since 1950. The staging was modified Elizabethan with proscenium doors, outer, middle, and inner stages. The play was shortened to a two hour presentation which retained the major scenes and the meaning and poetry of the drama. Especially effective was the lavish costuming with authentic dress and armor. Special lighting effects presented a continuous, smooth flowing production of one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies. The scope of the action, the plot complexities, and the emotional violence heavily taxed the cast and crew who nevertheless presented a sweeping and effective performance.Cafe ♦ ♦ ♦ Mr. and Mrs. John Gage do a great deal for the college students by employing at least forty students who otherwise wouldn't be financially able to attend college. The cafeteria, other than being a place to eat, is a popular spot for relaxation and conversation. There is always a group of students drinking John's well known coffee and talking over the latest gossip or, on rare occasions, studying. "Two over lightly" "Cofeteriology" 24Activity CenterRow 1: Bill Brondt, Gene Luebker, Bill Werbeckes, Bob Morgotto, Ron Wunrow, Bob Wood, Bob Hubert. Row 2: Rog Honson, Ken Ellingson, John Rutter, Tony DiSolvo, Dick Schwenk, Dorreld Johnson, Jim Soekett. Row 3: Cooch Belfiori, Tom Shields, Jim Finstod, Dick Zomjohn, LoVerne Gilbertson, Arnie Horrison, Jerry Stordohl, Jim Rutherford. Row 4: Roger Miller, Wally Wallesverd, Dick Heoly, Phil Lindeman, Rog Bonnegard, Don Kork, Merlin Sletten. Bob Margotto and Gene Luebker — 28 —Football ’55 Schedule River Falls 20 Augsburg 7 River Falls..... 21 La Crosse 13 River Falls 13 Eau Claire 20 River Falls 7 Oshkosh 6 River Falls. 27 Stout 12 River Falls 47 Superior 0 River Falls 35 Winona 13 River Falls 7 Mankato 0 ow 1: Troy Rudesill, John Steffen, Bill Kraft, Joy Gonz. ow 2: Ston Mores, Chorlie Poce, Vem Steinmetz, Howard Nelson, ow 3: Jerry Murphy, Vem Kusilek, Coach Polsfoot. ow 4: Allen Wienke, Tom Shipley, Cooch Solley. Coach Solley Cooch Polsfoot John Steffen won national recognition for River Foils State College. He was among the notion's leaders in rushing and total offense throughout the entire season. He completed the season in fourth place in total offense with on average of 152.4 yards per game. — 29 —The most successful season since 1947. This describes the accomplishment of the Falcon squod in 1955. The Falcons notched a 7-1 season record, equalling that of the 1947 squad, ond finished in a tie for second place in the Wisconsin State College Conference with a 4-1 mark. There was the win over Augsburg, a title contender in the strong MIAC. Then the Folcons handed LaCrosse its only conference defeat since 1948. Next was River Falls' only season loss to Eau Claire after the Falcons completely dominated the first half. In the game in which Stout was defeated, John Steffen took the nation's lead in total offense. In the Homecoming game, Superior fell victim to River Falls' highest totol in 30 yeors. The Falcons then beat Winona in a snow storm. Last of all, R. F. defeated Mankato to wind up its best season in eight years. River Falls placed four men on the honorary all-conference team. They were Bill Kraft, Bob Margotto, John Steffen, and Ron Wunrow.Belfiori's young teom finished the season with a 7-13 record after a slow start that found them losing four straight. The Falcons were 3-9 in the conference and finished in eighth place, but split even in eight non-conference tilts. River Falls scored 1,588 points for a game average of 79.4 while opponents hit 1,709 points for 85.4 average. If the last three games of the season are any indication of things to come, cage fortunes may be headed for a decided upswing next season. Coach Belfiori's five knocked two non-conference favorites then dumped Stout State in the season's final trio of games. The Falcons weren't rated to win even a game in the Christmas Tournament at Stevens Point on December 28-29. Belfiori's crew had other ideas, though, and upset league-champion Platteville 80-79 in the opener, then dumped Stevens Point 65-57 for the title and trophy the next night. Dave Herum and Bob Hubert were named to the five man all tournament team for their outstanding play during the meet. Kneeling: Assistant Coach Bill Sol ley. Head Coach Phil Belfiori, Assistant Coach Fran Polsfoot. Seated: Bubs Young-berg, Tom Shield, Rock Hanson, Dave Herum, Griff Howell, Herb Marson, Phil Kuss. Standing: John Steffen, Jerry Carter, John Fagerland, Dan Corcoran, Bill Urban, Tom Lorson, Earl Zimmerman, Jim Rutherford, Duane Loretz. Not pictured: Roger Johnson. — 32Herum, a 6-5 junior from River Falls, took the conference scoring title owoy from last year's champion, 6-9 Rog Honson of Eau Claire, os he dumped in 257 points in 12 conference gomes to win by over 10 points. Herum's 21.5 average was tops in the league, and his season's total of 455 in 20 gomes for a 22.8 overage was even better.1955-56 SEASON'S RESULTS River Falls 71 River Falls 84 River Falls 76 River Falls 68 River Falls 80 River Falls 65 River Falls 64 River Falls 85 River Falls 80 River Falls 81 River Falls 72 River Falls 97 River Falls 65 River Falls 78 River Falls 88 River Falls 82 River Falls 70 River Falls 95 River Falls 114 River Falls 73 Mankato ................ 87 Winona ................. 97 Eau Claire ............. 93 Superior ............. 82 Platteville ............ 79 Stevens Point .......... 57 La Crosse .............. 77 Whitewater ............. 76 Stevens Point .......... 84 St. Cloud .............. 84 Carleton ............... 80 Stout .................. 81 Eau Claire ............. 92 Superior ............... 98 Oshkosh ............... 110 Milwaukee .............. 98 La Crosse .............. 84 Bethel ................. 77 St. Cloud ............. 104 Stout .................. 69FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS W Platteville ...................................10 Eau Claire ....................................10 La Crosse ..................................... 9 Superior ...................................... 8 Milwaukee ..................................... 7 Stevens Point.................................. 6 Whitewater .................................... 4 River Falls.................................... 3 Oshkosh ....................................... 2 — 35 —♦ Track Row 1: Don Swonson, Dick Zomjohn, Rog Huser, Doug Mountain, Jim Rutherford, Wayne Sukow, Wayne Hou-shaulter. Row 2: Richard Danke, William Shimel, John Webb, Charles Hervos, Paul Gunderman, Richard Coen, Gory Svoboda, Neil Sutherland. Row 3: Bill Urban, Joel Dahlby, Phil Kuss, Al Forsythe, Tom Shield, Earl Zimmerman, William Keller, Doug Hedlund, Bob Koplin, Vem Parker. The 1956 track schedule: April 14 — Winona, here April 12 — LaCrosse and Winona at LaCrosse April 28 — St. Cloud, St. John's and Winona at St. Cloud May 5 — St. Cloud and Winona at St. Cloud May 12 — Bi-State meet, here May 19 — State meet at LaCrosse The college's track record up to the 1956 season ore: 100 — Huser, 1955, 10.1 220 — Huser, 1955, 22.4 440 — Finstad, 1955, 54.0 880 — Kuss, 1955, 2:00.0 Mile — Vontotenhove, 1949, 4:29.0 2 Mile — Veith, 1949, 10:35.0 220 Low Hurdles — Ewig, 1954, 27.3 100 High Hurdles — LaBorde, 1948, 15.7 Shot — Brondt, 1955, 43' 514" Discus — Luhman, 1955, 128' 8" Pole Vault — Zamjahn, 1955, 11' Broad Jump — Schock, 1948, 20' 11" High Jump — LaBorde, 1948, 5' 11" Javelin — Schmidt, 1952, 146' 880 Relay — (Wood, Haushaulter, Finstad, Huser) 1955, 134.7 Phil Kuu — 36 —Wayne Sukow, Roger Huser, Dick Zomjahn, Wayne Haushaulter. There were five returning lettermen on the Falcon track squad this year. They were Phil Kuss, Joel Dahlby, Roger Huser, Dick Zamjahn and Jim Finstad. The top Falcon competitors in each of the events were as follows: 100,220 ...................................Finstad, Huser, Haushaulter Hurdles............................................... Zamjahn, Sukow 440 ............................................Kuss, Forsythe, Danke 880 .............................................................Kuss, Parker Mile....................................... Parker, Dahlby, Rutherford 2 Mile............................................. Dahlby, Rutherford Shot Put and Discus.......................... Koplin, Swanson, Shield Pole Vault............................................ Zamjahn, Mottaz High Jump..................................Dahlby, Mottaz, Zimmerman Broad Jump .................................................. Zamjahn Relay Team .......................... Huser, Finstad, Haushaulter, Kuss Phil Kuss, Jim Rutherford, Vcrn Porker, Douglas Mountain, Joel Dahlby. — 37 —Baseball Row 1: John Otterson, Gcrold Johnson, Richard Hoffman, George Holland, Gene Luebker, Dole Crisler. Row 2: Robert Graham, Morwin Moon, Charles Rodmond, Anthony Koss, Paul Johnson, Everett Gloser, Malcolm Longer, Ken Borrows. Row 3: Bruce Week, Robert Wolfe, Thomos Beers, Clorence Polzin, Kenneth Larson, Ardon Fritz, Sevort Olson. Cooch Bill Solley put much of the work in the hands of three good pitchers. A top hurler who returned this year was Ken Barrows, a Rice Lake right-hander who had a 6-1 record for the Falcons in 1952. Gerald Johnson, a right-hander from Barron, was also back to give the team support. Paul Johnson took care of the left handed chore for the team this year. Other returning lettermen included catcher Dale Crisler, first baseman Dick Hoffman, second sacker John Steffen and outfielder Gene Luebker. 1956 SCHEDULE Monkoto ..April 21 (2) ..Maw 2 La Crosse ..May 4 (2) Stillwater ...May 5 Eau Claire ...May • • St. Cloud ...May 12 (2) Stout ..May 16 Winona ..May 19 (2) (2) doubleheaders home gomes — 38 — Ken Borrows "Louie" JohnsonCheerleaders Row 1: Natalie Vondorhoof, Audrey Windal, Carol Krontz. Row 2: Lois Lucht, Dianne Shay, Beulah Falkofskc. The cheerleaders play an important role in the school's intercollegiate athletic program. They are responsible for the pep of the student body which is so important to the Falcon team. They are composed of a group of girls who volunteer their time and talent to lead the students in yells and cheers at the pep assemblies, football games, and basketball games. The six girls who formed the cheerleading squad this year did a fine job of promoting school spirit. — 39 — Fight, Team, FightIntramural Sports Bowling Bowling has become a prominent octivity in the R. F. intramural program. A record number of participants turned out this year to enter in competition and at the same time sharpen their skill in one of the country's best winter-time sports. Championship Toom Sig Slone, DoWoyne Meyer, Bob Lee, Leonard Vonasse, Jim Huber, Gene Luebker. Ping Pong Since the opening of the student recreation room, ping pong has drown a great deal of interest. There were always a few fellows down there practicing and developing their ability for one of the quarterly contests. It has become a center of fellowship and competition for a much larger number of students than ever before in River Falls. Fridan Kalantari, second quarter Said Fozeli, first quarterDick Hoffman, Don Knutson, Louis Hostard, Sid Bjorkman, LoVerne Sonsalla, Bill Nordeen, and Enoch Cordes. Back row: Fran Hawks-ford, Charles Hervos, Gerald Peterson, and Paul Johnson. Participation in the intramural sports program at Wisconsin State College this year has been the largest on record. A total of 555 students have turned cut for four sports — football, ping-pong, bowling, and basketball. This figure is only 107 short of the 662 who turned out for all nine sports last year. The number of students taking part in the intramural program, which is under the direction of Coach Fran Polsfoot, has increased by 185 over those who participated in the same sports last year. A rise in the College's enrollment and an increasing competitive spirit seem to be the causes for this increase. Phil Steffen, Sig Stene, Jerry Thompson, Rog Knutson, Leonard Vanosse, Bob Lee, Gene Luebker, Dick Leach, and Arlen Christenson. The college Vets Club showed its colors this year as it won both the bowling championship and the intramural basketball championship.Row 1: Richard Kinney, Shirley Engleman Luebker, DeWayne Meyer, Lorry Honncmon. Row 2: Don Loue, Jerry Murphy, Richard Schultz, Marilyn Carlson, Gerald L. Johnson, Don Wiess, Chorlos Pace. Student Senate The Student Senate, student governing body, is composed of eleven members. Four ore class presidents while the remaining seven ore elected from the student body at large. The Senate supervises Homecoming ond Winter Carnival elections, Rec Day activities, the Officers Training School, appoints students to student-faculty committees and is called on to express student opinion in matters of school policy. The Senate assists in Go to College Day activities and has sole responsibility for publishing the Student Directory. President, DeWoyne Meyer Officers President.................DeWoyne Meyer Vice President............Larry Hennemon Secretary....... Shirley Engleman Luebker Treasurer Richard KinneyCONVOCATIONS Doroine and Ellis, Vocal Duet Destine and His Haitian Dancers Thoodoro Ullmon, Pionist Dr. E. C. Connor, Lecturer Sonator Alexander Wiley Don Shirley, Pionist Engor Holmstrom, Finnish Tenor The Chonticlcers, Mole Quartette Clifford Rucker, Lecturer tor Notionol Brotherhood Week Miss Barbora Brown, Alice in Doiryland 'The Titan' Story of Michelangelo Film Sponsored by the Palette Club Dr. S. E. Priostloy, British Historian and Lecturer York Langton, Lecturer for United Nations Week Roy Wall Concert, Amoricon Boritone Roy Stanley, Readings from Amoricon Poetry Chicago Symphony Brass Ensombl Faculty mombors: B. J. Rozehnal, Theodore Sottorquist, Walter J. Engler, Blanche Dovis. Concert § Lecture Committee Bringing a balanced program that will appeal to varied tastes is the task of the Concert and Lecture Committee. Five students and four faculty members comprise the group which must perform this rather difficult job on a limited budget. The basic program for the coming year is planned by the end of the winter term or early in the spring quarter. In oddition, the committee frequently pays expenses and aids other organizations and academic departments in bringing special features to the campus. Innovations this year included the sponsorship with the art department of ''The Titan," a movie of the life and work of Michelangelo, and use of the Little Theatre for the presentation of programs with limited or specialized appeal. Concort and Lecturo Committoo Mombors Harry Elzinga, William Gotz, and Oick Dootkott — 45 — Engar Holmstrom Concert and Lecture Student Committee Harry Elzinga Richard Doetkott Sara Garnett William Gotz Ronald LosnessFoundation Committee Composed of faculty and students, the Foundation-Alumni Committee meets frequently during the year to further the welfare of the college in the fields of alumni relations, physical expansion and improvements on the campus, and scholarships and other grants. Each year the committee is concerned with the formation of new alumni groups. Chapters are now active in three states. The committee stands ready to aid the organization of additional chapters and seeks to explain the meaning and purposes, the history and aims, of the Foundation to alumni, students Row 1: James P. Murphy, Thorvald E. Thoreson, Lon Vanosse, Donna Proue, Lorraine Bryn- an faculty, ildson, Wayne Wolfe. Row 2: Dale Iverson, Nicholas J. Jodinok, E. H. Kfeinpeil, Marion Howkins, Walter J. Engler, Ernst F. Jurgens, Jim Huber, Shirley Luebker. Social Committee Row 11. Merge Olson, Lois Lucht, Natalie Vonderhoof. Row 2: Bill Laue, Doris Lmdemann. Absent: Chairman John Glasbrcnncr, Dennis Seefeldt, Robert Hawley. The Social Committee is composed of students appointed by the Student Senate. Its functions are to regulate the social life of the campus and to assist organizations that are sponsoring all school events. The Committee selects the orchestras that play at all school dances and arranges record dances that are sponsored by organizations. In addition to the above mentioned duties the Social Committee has power of approval over all social activities. Some of the orchestras that the Committee brought to the campus this year include Dave Hurley's from Stillwater, for the Foundation week and Homecoming dances and the Blackhawks orchestra for the Winter Carnival dance. — 46 —M. E. N. C Officers President ..........................Joan Engebretson Vice-President.......................... Dove Zerahn Secretory-Treasurer ............. Colleen Rasmussen Advisor ......................... Mr. B. J. Rozehnal M. E. N. C. ore the initials for Music Educators National Conference. It is organized on the national level with chapters at the stote schools. The group at River Falls was formed in 1950. Members are both those planning to teach music and others who iust like music. A student is a member while in school and is transferred to full active membership with voting privileges when he accepts a teaching position. In the fall the group sponsored an All Freshman Talent Show. During the season of the Minneapolis Symphony the group hod reserved seats. In the spring the task of M. E. N. C. is to help with the High School Music Festival. Harry Elzinga Row 1: Morlys Meents, Joan Engebretson, Elaine Solum, Mary Louise Olson, Jeonninne Davison, Lucille Dahm. Row 2: Joe Alms, Carlene Parrent, Dixie Prine, Marge Olson, Glenn Sandve, Gerald Olson, Harry Elzinga. — 471 Falconettes . ♦ ♦ The "Falconettes" are a new organization on the River Falls campus this year. The membership consists of 35 instrumentalists and three majorettes. The idea for the group came from a music class in which there were three senior girls, Jeanninne Davison, Joan Engebretson, and Sally Malone. The "Falconettes" marched at all the home games and took a trip to Stout on Oct. 15. The Falconettes lent added color to the Homecoming Parode and appeared in special maneuvers during the game. Majorettes were Carol Anding, Mary Dougherty, and Sharon Ritchey. Falconaires . . . The Falconaires, on eight piece modem dance band — under the direction of Glenn Sandve, is made up of students of this college. The orchestra plays for college dances as well as high school dances and other engagements in this area. The personnel of the Falconaires include: Saxes—Dick Leach, Tom Hirsch, and Dave Zerahn; Trombone — Joe Alms; Trumpets—John Kirk, and Gleen Sandve; Drums — Tom Haugen; Piano — Horry Elzinga, and Vocalist—Marge Olson. Band Personnel Flutes: Ernest Johnson, Colleen Rosmussen, Mory Ellen Corew, Kay Joyal. Clarinets: Jeanninne Davison, Laura Gardner, Sally A. Malone, Carla Nordeen, Joan Engobretson, Lois Eaton, Ellen Foster, Eleanor Frank, Either Frank, Joan Comp. Bass Clarinet: Marlys Moonts. Bassoon: Horry Elzlngo. Saxophones: Thomos Hirsch, Doris Olson, Jeannine Slater, Robert Mountford, Wolter Skroch. French Homs: Corlene Par rent, Julio Kominski, Elvero Petersen. Comets and Trumpets: Glenn Sondve, Potricia Turner, John Kirk, Kay Kimball, Edword Michoelewicz, Joseph Pietrek, Roger TeHen-nepe. Baritones: Lloyd Jennings, Melvin Luther, Verna Neumon. Trombones: Catherine Hooley, Joseph Alms, Lucille Dohm, Joanne Crownhort, Eleanor Ford, Richord Pederson, Phyllis Benjamin. Basses: Gerald Olson, Oscor Lundbeck, Thomos Wiseman. Timpani and Drums: Solly Hollenberger, Thomos Haugen, Dixie Prine, James Laue. — 48 —College Band ♦ . . The rich sounds of a concert band ore heard reverberating through the corridors in North hall every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. as the River Falls State College Band practices. The 48 piece band, under the direction of B. J. Rozehnal, is composed of students who are interested in playing instrumental music. In addition to presenting concerts throughout the year, the band plays at many school functions including football games and assemblies. The band is well-known for its ability to odd school spirit to these activities. During the spring term the band presented outdoor concerts. Modem show tunes and operetta highlights were the features of the band's concert program this year. A new choral octet, formed from band members, added variety to the band's repertoire. The group, composed o.: Lucy Dahm, Marlys Meents, Jeanninne Davison, Joan Engebretson, Harry Elzinga, Joe Alms, Richard Pederson and Reger TeHennepe was one of the highlights of the Spring Concert. Many of the students in the band are music majors or minors. Playing in it gives them a chance to perfect their techniques in an enjoyable fashion. Members of the band are given opportunities to direct the group, allowing them to ga.n experience in that phase of music as well. Director B. J. Rozehnal "Pop Bond"First Soprano Jeanninne Davison Joan Engebretson Carlens Porrent Sharon Ritchey Jeannine Slater Dorsay Steichen Second Soprano Carol Anding Cathy Hooley Mary Jensen Shirley Olson Janet Wihela First Alto Phyllis Anderson Lucille Dahn Joan Drumm Carol Naiberg Marge Olson Mary Louise Olson Second Alto Betty DeGidio Marion Haugen Elaine Solum Audrey Windal First Tenor Joe Alms Bernhard Feld, Jr. Marlin Feld Second Tenor Gary Buck Horry Elzinga Paul Larson Ardell Linnerud Bob Uhrig Baritone Bob Dykstra Marvin Isum Duanne Johnson Dennis Ruhnke Alan Voelker Boss Jim Anderson Gary Jensen Ronnie Jensen Gerald Olson Dale 0. Pearson Clifford Roder Don Sundt Charles Zellmer Accompanist Dixie Prine Practice SessionCollege Choir ♦ . Well known both on and off campus, the River Falls choir presents concerts at the college and on tour each year. The choir is composed of a group of students selected by the director, Chauncey B. King, that shows ability in choral work. During the year the 42-voice choir presents two annual concerts at the college. The first of these is the Christmas Concert. Made up entirely of sacred music, it is looked forward to each year as an important part of the Christmas season. This year music from many ages ond many lands was featured on the program. The music ranged from 15th century German carols to that of contemporary American composers. The Spring Concert consists of both sacred and secular music. Roy Wall, outstanding American baritone, conducted the annual musical workshop and was heard with the choir in a concert during the three day workshop. The workshop was conducted in conjunction with area high schools. This year's choir tour included concerts at high schools in Clear Lake, Spooner, St. Croix Falls, and Amery. A second tour in April included choral programs at Thorp, Rosholt, Sturgeon Bay, Wilton, and Whitehall. Mary Louise Olson, Shirley Olson, Eloino Solum. Dixie Prine choir accompanist President ......... Secretory ......... Business Manager Librarian .... Publicity ..... Officers ..... Lucille Dahm Jeonninne Davison ... Ronnie Jensen ....... Marge Olson ... Harry Elzinga — 51 —meletean Joan Drumm, editor 1956 Staff Editor-in-chief ......................... Joan N. Drumm Assistont Editor.................... Bloke Murroy Hubert Sports Editor ........................................Paul Czorniecki Editorial Assistants — Beuloh Falkofske, Joonne Fick, James Huber, Ardyce Miller, Aleda Peth Photographers — Richard Doetkott, Arlin Albrecht, Mike Fleming, Jerome Johnson Advisors .................... Woyne Wolfe, Jomes Crone Editorial assistants Beulah Falkofske, Aleda Peth Sports editor Paul Czarniecki — 52 —Shirley Nounor, editor Foil and Winter terms Arlin Albrecht, editor Soring term Woyne Wolfe, advisor Staff Editor (Spring quarter) ................ Arlin Albrecht Editor (Foil ond Winter quarters) .... Shirley Neunor Sports Editor .............................. Jim Loue Sports Reporters ........ Rog Gundlach, Harley Lorson, Koyc-Don Tibbetts Music Editor ........................ Joan Engebretson Reporters—Don Loue. Ardis Shannon, Donne Williams. Ken Lundeen, Noel Falkofsfce. Shirley Eng lemon Luebkcr. Wm. Hogestod, Mike Fleming Business Monoger ....................... Ardis Shonnon Photogrophers ......... Dick Doetkott, Jerome Johnson Advisor ................................Woyne Wolfe Published by a student stoff, for the student body, is an apt description of the weekly newspapor of Wisconsin State College ot River Foils. The description gives an insight into the editorial policy of the Student Voice as well. As its name implies, the publication is designated to present the student's point of view. In addition to this, the Student Voice keeps students and faculty members informed on campus news. The paper furnishes alumni, other colleges and prospective students with an opportunity to become acquainted with happenings on the River Falls campus. Experience in writing for the newspaper is valuable to members of the journalism classes. A large part of the work on the Student Voice is done by individuals enrolled in journalism. The Student Voice is distributed free to all students at 5 p.m. every Monday afternoon in the cafeteria. Staff — 53 —Discussion group Ready for the dobators Pi Kappa Delta and Debate . . . River Falls students won first place in the after dinner speaking contest and second place in debate at the ninth annual "B" tournament sponsored by Pi Kappa Delta this year. Richard Doet-kott was the winner of the after dinner speaking contest on the topic "What's My Racket." Robert Johnson and Ron Wunrow were awarded second place in debate for the invitational tournament. The tournament could be entered only by students participating in less than two tournaments previously. Open to students who have exhibited an exceptional talent for speaking. Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary fraternity. The biennial Provincial Convention of the organization was held in Eau Claire this year. Participating from the River Falls chapter were: Larry Henneman, Mary Lou Jensen, Dick Waak, Roger Hanson, Sonja Horoldson, Arlen Christenson, Beverly Domaika and Ronnie Losness. Row 1: Ronald Losness. Mary Lou Jensen, Laura Gardner, Beverly Domaika, Richard Weak. Row 2: Arlen Christenson, Julie Kaminski, Lorry Henneman, Shirley En- gleman Luebkcr, Reuben Kaiser. Absent: Jerry Murphy.Row 1: Ronald Lowest, Beverly Domoiko, Shirley Englemon Luebker, Mary Lou Jen- sen, Richard Wook, Corl Shorp. Row 2: Arlen Christenson, Jim Sorenson, Lorry Hcnncmon, Eorl P. Adorns, Roger TcHcnnepe. Reuben Koiser. Miss Morion Hawkins, advisor, presents the "B" Debate trophy Lorry Hennemon and Arlen Christenson, winners of the Red River Valley debate trophy After dinner speaker Dick Doetkott Highlighting the debate season at River Falls this year were two Scandinavian Law students who debated aaainst Larry Henneman and Arlen Christenson of the River Falls squad. The public debate was on this year's topic, "Resolved: That the non-agricultural industries of the United States should guarantee their employees an annual wage." The 1955-56 squad participated in tournaments at St. Olaf, the University of Minnesota, Bradley University, the University, of Wisconsin, Eou Claire, Mocalester, St. Thomas and Mooreheod, North Dakota. A tournament for women was added to the schedule this year at Mankato, Minnesota. At Concordia, the team representing River Foils won the first trophy ever to be presented in the 21-year-old Red River Valley Tournament. The team won the trophy with victories in all six debates, placing first in the men's division. The River Falls debate squad is composed of students interested in forensic activities. It serves the purpose of providing experience in speaking. Forensics provides a useful background tor English and Speech majors and especially for persons entering the teaching profession. The debate squad is open to any person wishing to participate. This year's squad was composed of approximately 30 members, one of the largest on record. — 55 — Robert Johnson and Ron WunrowOfficers President ................ Tom Haugen Vice President ........ Noel Folkofske Secrctory-Trcasurer .. Julio Kominski Advisor .......... Dr. Blonche Dovis New cobinots for "Masquers" Masquers Row 1: Tom Hougcn, Laura Gardner, Pat Williams, Ann Eitland, Arden Buchholtz. Row 2: Blanche Davis, Yvonne Olson, Dorothy Fredrickson, Mae Bos, Julia Kominski, Marilyn Murphy. Masquers serves to further interest in dramatic art and provide practical experience for speech majors and minors and all students interested in theatre, in acting, staging and directing drama. Working with the speech department. Masquers sponsors plays, drama quartets, reading hours and trips to outstanding dramatic productions in the area. The year's major production, Shakespeare's "King Lear," was presented for area high school students as well as the college oudience. Student productions and the annual Freshman play provided further opportunity for new students interested in dramatics to get theatre experience. The lota Beta chapter of Alpha Psi Omega is a dramatic fraternity for students experienced in dramatics. Through a point system, working in all phases of theatre. Masquers members can become eligible for membership in Alpha Psi Omega. Officers President ............ Laura Gardner Vice President ...... Julia Kaminski Treasurer ........ Dorothy Fredrickson Publicity ............ Noel Folkofske Advisor ........... Dr. Blanche Davis Row 1: Ruth Stolpe, Honey Berg, Laura Gardner, Pot Williams. Row 2: Frank Holub, Blonche Davis, Sara Garnett, Arden Buchholtz, Yvonne Olsen, Henry Elzingo. Row 3: Duane Johnson, Ann Eitland, Dorothy Fredrickson, Robert L. Hawley, Mac Bos. Tom Haugen. Row 4: Miles Johnson, Ellsworth Fleming, Arlin Albrecht, Richord Doctkott, Lawrence P. Springsteen, Julio Kaminski, Marilyn Murphy. — 56 —♦ ♦ Annual Spring Banquet Kappa Delta Pi ♦ Officers President...... Vice President Secretory ...... Treasurer ...... Historian ..... Advisor ........ ..... Donna Proue .... Ardyce Miller .... Colleen Ryan ... Virginio Potter .... Joan Drumm Wolker D. Wyman Kappa Delta Pi, a national honorary scholastic fraternity, is open only to junior and seniors who are preparing for teaching. Candidates for the fraternity must possess leadership qualities and shall have maintained a grade of 2.0 or better. Faculty members of this organization are Dr. Walker D. Wyman, Miss Vera Moss, Dr. Virginia Akins, Dr. L. G. Stone, Dr. Philip Anderson, Dr. James J. McLaughlin, Dr. Gilbert N. Smith, and Dr. Mildred B. Miller. In March, the local chapter holds a dinner meeting at which membership in Kappa Delta Pi is bestowed on a well-known person in the teaching field. This year. Dr. E. H. Kleinpell was given honorary membership in the fraternity. A late spring meeting consisted of a forma I initiation program for new members. Several members were sent to the National Convention at Stillwater, Oklahoma. Row 1: Doris Llndomonn, Ann Eitlond, Virginio Potter, Lorroino Lodermoler. Row 2: Sally Malone, Joan Drumm, Ardyce Miller. Row 3: Ed Mahlum, Stan Mores, Melvin Davison, Willard Olson. — 57 —Sigma Chi Sigma ♦ ♦ ♦ Sigma Chi Sigma, an honorary sorority, has the threefold purpose of service, culture, and sociability. A girl must maintain a high grade average and possess desirable personality and character traits to be considered for membership. Membership is by invitation only. Sigma held a spaghetti supper to help raise money for the organization. During the Winter Carnival, Sigma girls took charge of the "Warm-up." As a service group. Sigma sponsors a scholarship for a worthy freshman girl and contributes generously to all local drives. The regular business meetings, followed by interesting programs, were held every other Thursday night. One of the most significant programs this year was the tea at which Mrs. Arthur Lilley told of her experiences in India. Social activities also include attending a stage play in the Twin Cities and on out-of-town dinner meeting. Officers President ........... Shirley Bostrom Vice President ......... Colleen Ryon Treasurer ......... Mary Louise Olson Secretory .............. Joanne Fick Advisors ............ Miss Vera Moss Mrs. Kleinpell Row 2: Joan Drier, Lynn Rodkey, Shirley Eng lemon Lucbkcr, Pot Willioms, Marlys Meents. Row 3: Carlo Nordeen, Barbara Brynildson, Joan Crownhort, Georgia Thompson, Solly Malone. Row 4: Mary Louise Olson, Julie Kaminski, Blake Hubert, Dory Lindemonn, Beverly Ros-mussen, Ardyce Miller. — 58 —A. W. S. Audrey Windal, president of A.W.S. Sally Hollenberger, Joon Drier, Georgia Thompson, Pat Turner and Joanne Pick. All women students on campus ore members of the Associated Women Students. An executive board handles the general business management. The organization consists of two groups, the off-campus women and the residents of Hathorn Hall and Hathorn Cottage. The organization as a whole participates in many campus activities. In addition to sponsoring the Valentine Formal, AWS promotes a "Big and Little Sister Tea," faculty teas and social hours. Officers President of A W S ........................... Audrey Windol Vice President .......................... Georgia Thompson Secretary........................................Joanne Drier Treasurer .............................. Solly Hallenberger President of the Cottage ....................... Pot Turner President of the Dormitory ..................... Joanne Fick Advisor Dr. Mildred B. Miller — 59 ■— Valentine TeaStudent Vets ♦ ♦ Officers President ...................... Leonard Vonosse Vice President ...................... John Randal! Secretary ...........................Gene Luebker Treasurer .......... ...... .... Gerald Brynildson One of the largest and most active organizations on campus is the Vets Club. Composed entirely of service men, approximately 100 in number, this group works in many ways to further the aims of the school and community. Indicative of the club's enthusiasm was its showing at Homecoming when it walked off with blue ribbons in both house and window decorations, took second place with their skit, and third place with their parade float. The club was instrumental in obtaining an invitation to the St. Paul Winter Carnival for a River Falls Snow Queen. This was the first time River Falls has been represented at the St. Paul Winter Carnival. Later in the year the annual Christmas party was held at the White Pine Inn in Bayport. As usual, the highlight of the Vet's Club social calendar was its annual children's day which is held each spring. Orphan children from five counties came to River Falls to spend a fun-filled day as guests of the club. Row 1: Richard Leach, Leonard Vonosse, Gene Luobker, Dole E. Johnson, Phil Steffen, Don Sundt, Jerry Brynildson John Rondo 11, Bob Ames, Bill Mulhollam. Row 2: Don Arnquist, Rollond Grothe, Kenneth McDonald, Corl Sharp, Edword Latuff, Joseph Hegenbarth, Row 3 -,iKonnethf Raison, Nell McClellan, Bruce Harrison, Richard Kinney, Clifford Danielson, Otto Becker, Donald M. Erponboch, Charles Pace, Roger Gerrits. .. • ■ . _ H Row 4: Sig Stone, Bob Longo, Bob Dykstro, Jim Sorenson, Robert Lee, Donald T. Swonson, Jim Huber, Douglas Norelius, Arthur Moe, Earl Adams. Vofs Children's Day — 60 — Annual Christmas Party R" Club Officers President ................. Vice President .............. Sec'y-Treosurer.............. Advisor ..................... Gene Luobkcr ... Bob Hubert . Troy Rudcsill Phil Bclficri Row 1: Dick Fischer, Bob Hubert, Gene Luebker. Row 2: Dick Zomjohn, Charles Poce, Phil Kuss, Jerry Murphy. Row 3: Jerry Corter, Louie Johnson, Dorrell Young berg, Ken Ellingson, Vem Gilbertson. All WSC athletes who have won a letter in either a major or minor sport are eligible to be members of the lettermen's organization, the "R" Club. Football, basketball, boseball and track ore considered major sports at River Falls. Anyone winning a letter in golf or as a manoger may also belong to the "R" Club. The purpose of the lettermen's organization is to orgonize the letter-winners on campus and further the development of athletics at River Falls. Money-making projects successfully handled by the "R" Club each year include the concession stands at football and basketball games, selling homecoming buttons ond sponsoring an event such os wrestling or boxing cards or an alumni-varsity basketball game. A major step forward was made during the past year when the "R" Club took movies of all River Foils football games with o new movie camera purchased by the organization in 1955. Films of each week's games were shown to players on the following Monday to aid in correcting any mechanical errors and polishing the attack for the following week's contest. Football ond homecoming movies were shown to the student body loter in the year. A major function of the club is the purchase of letters, sweaters, jackets ond blankets for award winners each year. The group olso annually selects the outstanding athlete who receives the Berger Kolberg Memorial award. Row 1: Stan Mores, Roger Hanson, Ron Wunrow, John Steffen. Row 2: Morlin Sletten, Tony Di Solvo, Dole Crisler, Le Roy Johnson. Row 3: Dick Hoffmonn, Morvin Moen, Bill Kraft, Bob Morgotto, Troy Rudesill. — 61 —F. T. A. Members of this organization ore students preparing to be teachers. They ore associate members of the N. E. A., the W. E. A., and their own state association. Some of the purposes of the organization are to acquaint teachers in training with the history, ethics and program of the organized teaching profession; to give teochers in training practical experience m working together in a democratic way on the problems of the profession and to interest the best young men and women in education as a lifelong career. This year the F. T. A. sponsored a convocation speaker for American Education Week. To start the fall term, they held an "Education Mixer" picnic at I Glen Park Lodge. The F. T. A. was a prize winner for their I Homecoming window display. I They sponsored a record dance] during Winter Carnival week and j took part in the March of Dimes! campaign. Several members were I sent to W. E. A. State Convention] at Milwaukee and others were! sent to the F. T. A. State Convention at Fond du Lac. Row 1: Elvoro Petorson, Bovorly Rasmussen, Virginia Potter, Phyllis Woxon, Ann Eitland. Row 2: Lorraine Lodormier, Mary Webb, Elaine Solum, LeVaun Swartz, Barbaro Rohl. Row 3: Joseph Hegonborth, Georgia Thompson, Winnie Rich, Ido Oedsmo, Heother Berg-gren, Ardyce Miller. Officers President..............Ardyce Miller Vice President ........ Miles Johnson Secretary ......... Phyllis Benjomin Treasurer ........... Ruth Hajok Librarion .......... Lorraine Lodermlcr Advisors .......... Wilfred Harris Roy L. Garnett Row 1: Ivadell Letch, Louise Berkseth, Ardis Shannon, Phyllis Benjamin, Ruth Hojek. Row 2: Carla Nordeen, Shirley Shodohl, Betty Webert, Sora Garnett, Alice Adorns, Car-lene Parrent. Row 3: Rollin Sorenson, Linnea Hoover, Mary Plourde, Marilyn Elliot, Miles Johnson, Douglas Norelius. — 62 —A. C. E. I. ♦ Row 1: Ruth Hoick, Solly Moyer, Shirley Olson, Katherine Johnson, Phyllis Benjamin, Bor-boro Rohl, Ann Eitlond. Row..2: Betty Webert, Beuloh Folkofske, Beverly Rasmussen, Lorraine Lodemeier, Louise Berkseth, Ardis Shannon, Geroldine Beggs. Row 3: Betty DcGidio, Helen Monchilovich, LeVoun Swartz, Winnie Rich, Dorothy Fredrickson, Eleanor Ford, Rollond Grot he, Tom Wiseman. The purposes of A. C. E. I. are to work for the education and well being of children; bring into active cooperation oil groups concerned with children; promote desirable conditions and practices in the schools; bring into active cooperation all groups concerned with children in the school, home and community, and to inform the public of the needs of children and how the school program must be adjusted to meet these needs. Membership is open to all students enrolled in the teaching curriculum. This year, the A. C. E. I. sponsored activities for National Book Week. Social activities included a picnic in the fall and a traditional breakfast for graduating seniors. The group sponsored a Homecoming float. Arrangements for the style shows given during Career Doys were mode by members of this educational organization. Candy and popcorn sales were held to help raise funds for the organization. This yeor two delegates were sent to the Notional Convention at Washington, D. C. Officers President ..................... Cothy Hoo Vice President............... Beubh Folkofsl iecretory.....................Gerry Begg reosurer............. Bloke Murray Huber dvisor.....................Miss Ann Dubbe Row 1: Ido Oedsmo, PhyIlls Woxon, Mary Webb, Lois Eaton, Betty Schmidt, Georgia Thompson. Row 2: Bioko Hubert, Cothy Hoo ley, Joon Drumm, Joonnc Crownhort, Heather Berggren, Joon Drier. Row 3: Rollin Sorenson, Noncy Strohbeen, Mary Plourde, Linnco Hoover, Elio Oslts, Joseph Hcgcnborth. — 63 —Row 1: Elvero Petersen, Pot Hagcmonn, Al Forsythe, Elaine Solum, Pot Turner, Virginia Beverly Domoiko, Pot Tobin. Row 2: Natalie Vandcrhoof, LoVonne Safe, Lynn Rodkey, Louise Olson, Shirley Englemon Luebker, Corlo Nordeen, Noel Folkofske, Jim Huber, Miss won Hawkins, Miss Vero Moss, Dr. Walter J. Engler. Dr. Froncis P. Chisholm. The River Falls Junior Affiliate, National Council of Teachers of English, is an organization of students in the language arts, affiliated with the national scholarly society. The local chapter was the first student group in the entire country to be organized. In its meetings, members discuss problems in the study and teaching of the language arts. During the past year, two panel discussions by students and faculty have explored the problems of teaching literature and language. Teachers in service in local and regional schools are guests at such meetings. Membership in the society introduces prospective teachers to new developments in teaching methods and to scholarly research in linguistics, literature, and communication skills and to experimental teaching in these fields. Members of the organization receive the English Journal, a nationol magazine for teachers of English in secondary schools. Officers President --------- Secretory-Treo surer Advisor........... . Al Forsythe Elaine Solum Dr. Froncis P. Chisholm — 64 —The members of the Rural Life Club ore those students taking the two-year course in teaching. Membership is entirely voluntary. The aim of the organization is to develop in the teacher a keen appreciation and understanding of rural problems. The group meets the first Monday of every month. At many of these meetings, former members who are now teaching come back and speak to the group on the experiences they have hod. They also help with the Rural Life Fair in the fall of the year. Rural Life ♦ . . Officers President ................................................ Ivadell Letch Vice President ..................................... Sandro Skoglund Secretary ................................................ Carol Omtvedt Treasurer ............................................. Ardyce West berg Advisor................................................ Raymond L. Garnett Row 1: Geraldine Beggs, Carol Omtvedt, Ivodell Letch, llene Larson. Row 2: Ardyce Westberg, Jumell Timm, Sondra Skoglund, Shirley Shodohl, Dorothy Fredrickson. — 65 —Row 1: Glenn Samuelson, Don Loughrin, Bob Hubert, Stan Mores, Bob Morgotto. Row Rolph Schmid, LaVern Korb, Lowrence Sirinok, Jim Andcrsn, Marvin Schrader, Woyne Peterson. Row 3: Mike Stengel, David R. Jacobson, DeWayne L. Vornes, Donold Knudtson, Morlino J. Stetten, Stonley Borgrum, Korl Tiromon, Melvin Dovison. Row 4: Edward Mah-lum, Colvin Longer, David Poulton, Eorl Adams, LoVern Sonsollo, Herbert Scidmoro, Dick Danko, Ivon Gruetzmocher. F. F. A. ♦ ♦ ♦ The Future Farmers of America is the campus organization for all men enrolled in agriculture. The purpose of the organization is to train leaders in agriculture, and especially leaders for high school FFA chapters. FFA members lead and take part in many interesting activities on the campus. During Homecoming the group sponsored and campaigned for a queen candidate, designed, built and drove the winning float, an d presented a skit for the pepfest. Near the end of the Fall term, the group sponsors a Rural Fair for all rural grade pupils in the River Falls area, giving these pupils an opportunity to prepore and exhibit agricultural products. The annual FFA Banquet in early January is one of the outstanding events, with nationally recognized guest-speakers. The February FFA Talent Show, which is the first main event of the Winter Carnival, was very well attended and was honored with the presence of the St. Paul Winter Carnival Royalty. During the FFA Tractor Driving Contest, held in early May, campus students are presented with opportunities to display their skill and sofety-mind-edness in the operation of farm equipment under typical farm conditions. This is the second year in the development of the FFA Forest, with FFA students planting and caring for this addition to the campus. This year the members voted to amend the Chapter constitution so as to permit the chapter President to appoint his own parliamentarian, instead of having this an elective office. — 66 — F.F.A. BanquetRow 1: Fredrick Boening, Vcrn Moyer, Arnold Davis, Howard Olson, Arlon Vonde Water, Richard Bubolz. Row 2: Harold Heck, Gordon Waller, William Miller, John Randall, Charles Wallen, Roger Gerrits. Row 3: Gordon Hoff, Griff Howell, William Shimel, LoVern Sexe, Howard Nelson, Gory Solum, Daniel Goeu, George Pedrson. Row 4: Norman Deff- ner, Vernon Fait, Dole Wyss, George Cipov, Walter West, Robert Accolo. Spring Sidney Bjorkmon Robert Hubert LaVern Moyer Donald Knudtson Thomas Fischer Melvin Davison Juan Coro Ralph Schmid OFFICERS 1955-56 Foil Winter Secretary Treosurer Advisor Roporter Vernon Foit James Sporks Edmund Drocgcr Robert Margotto Harold Heck Jerome Johnson LaVcm Kerb Faculty Advisor; john M. May Row 1: Jerome Johnson, Melven Nelson, Thomas Calvert, James Sparks, Edmund Droeger, Nick Rosondick, Forrest Erickson, Richord Kinney. Row 2: Edward Knipp, Thomas Pfaff, Charles Willard, Leo Prill, Richard Schwenk, Edward Micolcwicz, Robert Quost, George Marx. Row 3: Clot us Fontaine, Teddy Czech, Enoch Cordes, Rodney Schubert, Robert Mountford, Joe Pietrck, Edward Wonzong, Lyman Franzwo, Louis Barber. Row 4: Sidney Bjorkmon, Harvey Honson, James Johnson, Don Goerks, Walter Skroch, Ray Smith, John Clemons, Norval Pittman, Paul Gundcrman, LeRoy Segerstrom, Francis Gilson. — 67 —Young Democrats. ♦ . Workina closely with the senior party, the young Democrats on campus are active in state, local and national elections. One of the functions of the young political group is to give its members some practical experience in campaigning. Activities along these lines performed by the group include house to house canvassing, posting handbills, attending organizational meetings and assisting the senior party in any way possible. Meetings of the organization are usually highlighted by political discussions on current affairs. In addition to sponsoring an all school dance this year, the club presented a series of films designed to provide an informative account of federal governmental operations. The Young Democrats also sent three of its members to the State Convention at Eau Claire, two of whom were elected to offices in the state organization. Goylon Greonhill and State Democratic Chairmon Phi loo Nash. Officers President .......1...................... Harold G. Greonhill Vice President ................................ John Randall Secretary ...................................... Lynn Radkey Treasurer...................................... Richard Kinney Publicity ........................................ Gordon Lee Row 1: Dale Johnson, Gordon Loo, Mary Fuller, Ann Eitland, John Randall, Lorry Fletcher. Row 2: Arlin Albrecht, Galon Greonhill, Joseph Hegenborth, Leo Prill, Richard Kinney, Don Kuechler. — 68 —Young Republicans . ♦ . Row 1: Shirley Olson, Betty Schmidt, Mary Louise Olson, Beulah Folkofske, Son|a Haroldson. Row 2: Dick Kruger, Phil Steffen, Clifford Danielson, Keith Ronningon, Tom Calvort, Ronald Rux, Dick Waok. Row 3: Sig Stone, Dick Zamjohn, Lon Vonosse, Lorry Hennemon, Jim Sor- enson, Bob Uhrig, The Political Credo of the Young Re- fublicans: very citizen owes it to himself and his country to participate individually or through a political organization, to make certain that this organization conforms to his concepts and ideals for that government and for that court- try- The Young Republicans are an organization of students who promote interest in political activities on campus and in the local area. The organization has been very active this year; three of its members attended the Young Republican Convention in Washington, D. C. in January. The speakers they brought to the campus this year include U. S. Senator Alexander Wiley, Lieutenant Governor Warren Knowles, and State Senator Robert Knowles. President------ Vice President Treasurer ..... Secretary ...... Advisors ...... Officers ................. Jim Sorenson ................. Jerry Murphy ................. Phil Steffen ............... Dory Lindemann ......... Dr. Gilbert N. Smith Dr. James J. McLaughlinToastmasters Row 1: Fredrick Boening, William LoRue, Ed Mohlum, Dovid Schmid, Thomos Calvert, Enoch Cordcs. Row 2: B. H. Kettclkomp, John K. Wollesverd, Arnold Dovis, LoVcrn Korb, Herbert Scidmore, Norvol Pittman, John Clemons. ..... - , . ,, ,, Row 3: Willord Olson, LaVem Sonsallo, Donald Knudtson, Douglas Norelius, Francis Gilson, Roy Smith, Vem Mayer. OFFICERS Foil Winter Spring President.............Ed Mohlun LoVerne Korb Bill LoRue Vice President........LoVeme Korb Ralph Schmid John Clemons Secretary .............Tom Benson Francis Gilson Donald Knudtson Treasurer ............Jim Anderson Roy Smith Dennis Seefeldt Sorgeont-at-orms ......Rclph Schmid John Wollesverd Norvol Pittmon Parliamentarian.......Dick Schwenk John Clemens Fred Boening Organized by a group interested in self-improvement, the Toastmasters' Club at River Falls seeks to give training in the art of speech, both in conversation and in public address. By this means, its members hope to increase their usefulness in business, social and civic affairs. Some of the most important undertakings of the club this year have been the annual speech contest and joint meetings with the Toastmasters' Club of Macalester College. Fundamental purposes of the Toastmasters' Club is to develop personality and leadership and to give additional service to the school and community through training and practice in speech.Chess Club I . Officers Secretary ................. William Hagestad Advisors ......... Peter Muto, John Mosher The Wisconsin State College Chess Club at River Foils, a new organization this year, has hod a very active season. As a result of the club's activity, chess has become a game played by many students and faculty members at the college. The chess club meets each Wednesday evening in the Geology-Geography department. At these meetings members are matched up and the results of the games are published in the Student Voice each week. The chess club played the University of Buffalo Chess Club this year by mail. The moves were made at each meeting and sent to Buffalo and that school replied by the next meeting. The members thoroughly enjoyed this match and its counterpart will become an annual affair in the club. Members of the chess club have also played in the Minnesota Open Tournament held this year. Row 1: John Osits, Jamshid Souloti, Alon Krause, Foreydoon Kolontari. Row 2: Mrs. Pe- ter Muto, Barjesteh Hamid, Douglas Hedlund, Duono Swonson. Row 3: Mr. John G. Mosher, Mr. Peter Muto, William Hagestad, Alex Sheidoyi. — 71 —Math Club • . ♦ Row 1: Willard Olson, Larry Koempf, Dick Ponce, Don Johnson Dr.KL‘]J'onN ,l|0 Ernio Johnson, Victor Longer, Len Vonasse, Colvin Mortell, Frank Kolly. Wllliom Johnson, Marvin Olson, John Wolltsvord. Officers President Frank Kelly Vice President Willard Olson Secretory-T rea surer Len Vonossc The Math Club is a social organization with its membership open to all students with a major or minor in mathematics. The club is dedicated to broadening and enriching the members' knowledge of mathematics. To achieve these ends a regular program is carried out with guest speakers from the many related fields of mathematics, plus films and entertainment to add interest. In addition to the educational and entertainment aspects of the regular monthly meetings, the club holds an annual Christmas party and enters the organizational competition in the Homecoming festivities.Chemistry Club . ♦ . President ......... Vice President .... Secretary-T reasure Advisor ........... Officers ... Dole Iverson John Wallesverd Oscar Lundbeck .. O'Neal Mason A student affiliate of the American Chemical Society, the Chemistry Club at River Falls is open to majors and prospective majors in chemistry or to those planning to enter the field of chemical engineering. The club seeks to encourage and increase interest in the field of chemistry. It meets twice a month for discussion and the viewing of educational films. During the year, members of the club have made field trips to the Minneapolis Mining and Manufacturing Company, Hamm's Brewery and the Minneapolis Honeywell Corporation. Row 1: Dan Michoelson, David Johnson, Victor Longer, Calvin Martell, Oscar Lundbeck, Fred Beede, John Wallesverd, Vaughn Mortin. Row 2: Bill Hagestad, John Moan, Willard Olson, Mel Postler, Dick Pence, George Kerckhove, Jerome Wendt, Frank Holub. Row 3: Ivan Mumm, Dale Iverson, Sig Stene, Manuchehr Abrishami, Jamshid Sovlati, Paul Mullins, Clement Zidick, Mr. O'Neol Mason. — 73 —President Donna Williams Officers Vice President .................................... James Loue Secretary-Treasurer ................................ Dixie Prine Advisor ................................... Mr. Leslie C. Me Keen French Club . . . French Club is open to anyone who is interested in France, her culture and her language, and who is willing to speak French. The meetings have programs which include movies, discussion, singing French songs such as "Les Chevaliers de la Table Ronde" and "La Vie En Rose," practice in conversation ond social hours. One outstanding meeting had Audrey Windal as guest speaker. She related her experience of studying at Paris and touring France during her summer vacation abroad. Another highlight was Jim Laue's ukelele accompaniment to song sessions. Row 1: Leslie C. Me Keen, Donna Williams, Laura Gardner, Dixie Prine, Jomshid Soulati. Row 2: Harry Elzinga, Sue Lessard, Pat Williams, Harley Larson, Homid Borjesteh. Row 3: Jim Loue, Jerry Johnson, Alex Sheidayi, Joseph Alms, Roland Boker. — 74—Row 1: Eleanor Ford, Shelby Ludwig, Sharon Dietrich, E. F. Jurgens. Row 2: Wayne Sukow, Dennis Ruhnke, Gordon H. Lee, Lloyd Jennings, John Wollesverd, Gerald Olson. Row 3: Jim Huber, Miles Johnson, Noel Falkofske, H. Gaylon Greenhill. German Club . . President .......... Vice President...... Secretory-T reosurer Advisor ............ Officers .................... Dennis Ruhnke .......................Gerald Olson .................. John Wollesverd ................. Mr. Ernst Jurgens The purpose of German Club is to learn about Germany and its culture. Some of the activities are viewing slides and movies, singing German songs, and practicing conversation in a social atmosphere difficult to attain in class. Some of the film topics were Bavaria, the Black Forest, and old romantic German towns. One highlight of the year was the organizing of a German band playing old folk tunes while the rest of the club joined in singing. In former years the club discussed such great German composers as Beethoven and Wagner and great artists like Albert Durer. Plans for the future include seeing a modern German play at the University of Minnesota, films and operas in the area if possible, and producing a short German drama on campus. — 75 —Dance Theatre Donee Theatre is a group on campus dedicated to interpretive dancing in all the various forms ronging from rock and roll jazz to selections from classical ballet. The group was formed several years ago ond hos done one major production which included Kurt Weill's "Down In the Volley" ond many individual and dual numbers. Also many selections hove been performed for various functions such as talent shows, campus school programs, ond senior day programs. Officers .... Ruth Hojek, Noel Folkofske ........ Miss Barbara Hopkins Co-Chairmen Advisor Row 1: Ruth Hojek, Mary E. Fuller, Sara Garnett. Verlys Hicok, Anita Gorder. Row 2: Don Goorks. Jerry Johnson, Donna Timm, Julie Kaminski, Henry Elzingo, Noel Folkofske.Palette Club Row 1: LeVoun Swortz, Ruth Hojek, Verlys Hlcok, Bovorly Rosmusscn. Row 2: Marvin Isum, Potricio Turner, Agnes Peterson, Romono Kochendorfer, Jerry Johnson. Officers President...... Romono Kochendorfer Secretory ............... Pot Turner Treosurer......... Beverly Rosmussen Advisor................. Jomes Crone The Palette Club is a special interest group for all students who are interested in art. The organization meets monthly to plan activities and discuss the latest trends in modern art and design. This year the club visited Walker Art Institute and Minneapolis Art Institute in addition to conducting a program concerned with making jewelry and metalcraft. At one of the regular club meetings this year, a guest speaker discussed the opportunities of Art Education. The Palette Club was also instrumental In bringing to the campus one of the best received programs of the year, the outstanding film, “The Titan", the story of the life of Michelangelo. — 77 —Sitzmarkers Officers Prosidont .......... Dick Zamjahn Business Manager..........Jim Anderson Hoedown Club Row 1: Mary Dougherty, Sharon Todd, Mary E. Fuller, Lorry Fletcher. Row 2: Jay Bergstrand, Dick Zamjahn, Troy Rudesill, George Pederson, Jim Anderson. If you know how to ski, or if you want to learn, you belong in the ski club on campus, the "Sitzmarkers". The club has been active in winter activities on campus for several years, and takes trips to the various ski areas in the vicinity. The club also operates its own ski-tow on nearby Swenson Hill. Officers President......... Beverly Rosmusscn Secretory-Treasurer Marilyn Hedlund Advisor ............. Dr. Bill Solley The Hoedown Club consists of students who are interested in learning folk and square dancing. Under the direction of Mr. William Solley they meet once a month to enjoy an evening of this type of activity. Throughout the school year they sponsor several weekly dances that are open to all students.Officers Co-presidents....................... Lois Eoton, Dionne Shay Vice President ................................ Geraldine Beggs Secretory-Treasurer .......................... LeVoun Swartz Business Manager ...................... ........ Sylvio Peterson Publicity Manager.................................. Lois Lucht The intramural activities of the college women are directed by the Women's Recreational Association. Membership in the organization is open to all who are interested in any of the various recreational activities, such as basketball, volleyball, bowling, swimming, softball, tennis, golf, field hockey, etc. The organization keeps records of all participation and awards are given based on a point system. An annual event sponsored by WRA is the "mixer" held at the beginning of each school year. As part of the Winter Carnival program of activities this year, a WRA basketball team played the "Land O'Lakes" girls team from Minneapolis. Row 1: Sonjo Horoldson, Ardyce Westberg, Phyllis Benjamin, Mary Lou Jensen, Lois Eoton, Betty Schmidt. Row 2: Beulah Falkofske, Colleen Ryan, Barbara Rohl, Geraldine Beggs, Pat Phillips, LeVoun Swartz. Row 3: Dory Lindemann, Sharon Todd, Dianne Shay, Marilyn Hedlund, Sylvio Peterson, Joanne Crownhort, Mory Dougherty. — 79 —YM-YW . . I The activities of the YM-YW include social ond devotional opportunities for students of all religious denominations. Activities this year included panel discussions, Bible studies, and campus-wide educational programs tied in with U. N. Day and Brotherhood Week. Activities began this year with the freshman mixer. Next came "Y" day, which is essentially a membership drive to introduce members to the orgnization. This year the group built the Queen's float for the Homecoming parade. The YM-YW co-sponsored Thanksgiving Vespers, Ash Wednesday, and Easter services with the churches. Spring activities included a series of discussions on courtship and marriage. Row 1: Betty Welbert, Patricio Turner, Eleanor Ford, Virginia Potter, Ardyce Miller, Ann Eitlond. Row 2: Pool Streif, Hilbert Koste, Georgia Thompson, Heather Berggren, Dennis Ruhnke, Edet Nsikak, Jamshid Soulati. Row 3: Richard Pederson, Marvin I sum, Daniel Michoelson, Donald Knudtson, Ratlin Sorenson, Troy Rudesill, George Pederson. Officers President .................................................... Eleanor Ford Vice President................................................ Marvin I sum Secretory .................................................... Donna Proue Treasurer .................................................... Dick Pederson Publicity Chairman ........................................... Virginio Potter Advisors .............. Virginio Akins, Hardeon Noesth, Morvn Thompson Gamma Delta Gamma Delta is the organization of the Missouri Synod Lutheran students on campus. Student-conducted vesper services are held in the Chapel each Tuesday night with cost suppers once a month, and discussion groups. Other social gatherings are held during the school year. The purpose of this organization is to supply the spiritual needs and interests its members seek while they are awoy from home. Row 1: Jerome Johnson, Harold Heck, Solly Hollenberger, Paul Czor- niccki, Richard Boder, Robert Quasi. Row 2: Norman Deffner, Marvin I sum, Shirley Neuner, Wayne Sukow, Edward Wanzong, Daniel Goeu. Officers President ................................................... Wayne Sukow Vice President ....;........................................... Bob Quast Secretory .................................................. Don Goeu Treasurer ....................................................... Dick Bader Publicity ................................................. Paul Czomiecki — 80 —Wesley Foundation The Wesley Fellowship Foundation is the organization on campus which is composed of the Methodist students. They are an active group with Sunday night suppers which give spiritual and social opportunities to its members. They have Lenten Breakfasts during Lent on each Wednesday morning, as well as other retreats and meetings. Row 1: LcVoun Swartz, Ruth Hajek, Karan Anger, Laura Gardner, Betty Webert, Pot Turner, Joyce Rclonder. Row 2: Roger Lang, Marly Mccnts, Joon Camp, Eleanor Ford; Jeonninne Davison, Jeonnine Slater, Georgia Thompson, Dick Kruger. Row 3: Allan Sheydayi, Bob Uhrig, Ernest Johnson, Griff Howell, Tom Colvert, Edet Nsikok, Wayne Peterson, Richard Pederson. Officers President .......................................................... Bob Uhrig Vice President..................................................... Ruth Hojek Secretory ......................................................... LeVoun Swartz Treasurer ......................................................... Dick Schwenk Advisors ............... Rev. Ralph Kofoed, Mr. James Crano, Dr. Chorles Graham United Student Fellowship Officers President .......................... Don Lauc Secretory ............................. Donna Williams Treasurer ............................ Lucille Dohm Advisor ............................... Rev, John Merner The United Student Fellowship, better known as the U. S.F., is o notional organization of the Congregational Christian, Evangelical, and Reformed students. This group provides valuable programs both spiritually and socially for its members throughout the entire year. Besides weekly Sunday night suppers and devotional programs, many service projects are also undertaken. Row 1: Gory Jenson, Donno Willloms, Ronnie Jensen, Mary Jensen, Lucille Dohm, Don Laue. Row 2: Horry Elzingo, Jim Laue, Arden Fritz, Jo Homm, Saro Garnett, Jim Gordnor, Robert Morsh. — 81 —Newman Club . . ♦ Row 1: Fredrick Boening, Agnes Morck, Lorraine Lodermier, Natalie Vondcrhoof Janet Wihelo, Nick Rosandick. Row 2: George Marx, Cathy Hooley, Helen Pcch ocek, Tom Wiseman, Betty DcGidio, Jeanne Kuzniewski, Edward Knipp, Ardi Shannon. Row 3: Enoch Cordes, Mike Stengel, Vern Moyer, Tom Bennett, Don old Kuechler, Lawrence Sirinek, Ston Mares, Tony Koss. Row 4: Joseph Hegen barth, Teddy J. Czech, William Miller, Calvin Mortell, Francis Gilson, Bob Hubert Bill Kraft, George Kerckhove, Victor V. Mortensen. Officers President Don Kuechler The Newman Club is a religious organization formed for the purpose of assisting the students in their spiritual, religious, and social life. The club meets weekly on Tuesday nights when business is discussed and the various social and religious activities that the club participates in are planned. First Friday Holy Communion breakfasts, a banquet. Homecoming, and Winter Carnival participation are included in their activities. The Newman Club's candidate for Homecoming Queen was elected this year. Donald Kuechler, president of the Newman Club, was nominated to the John Henry Newman Honor Society. This national award is the highest honor that the organization can make to its members. The local Newman Club was represented by 16 members at this year's annual Province Convention. The meeting, held in Grand Forks, North Dakota, was attended by college Newman clubs from the North Central Province. The River Falls chapter of the club reoched a new high in membership this year with 114 members. Vice President ............................................ George Marx Secretory .................................................... Lois Lucht Treosurer ................................................ Borboro Rohl Row 1: Poul Gundermon, Michael Cotter, Beverly Domaiko, Borboro Rohl, Kathy Johnson, Ellen Foster, Verna Neumann. Row 2: George Cipov, William F. Schultz, Pot A. Phillips, Lois Lucht, Dionne Shay, Sue Lessord, Mary Ellen Carew. Row 3: Francis Coulson, Joe Pietrek, Walter Skroch, Richord Kinney, Joon Drier, Edward Micholewicz, Solly Moyer. Row 4: Phillip W. Steffen, Bob Morgotto, Dick Fischer, Joanne Crownhort, Victor Longer, Lourence P. Springsteen, June Downey, Alice Gordner. — 82 —Officers The purpose of the L. S. A. is to help meet the spirituol needs of Lutheran students away from home. The Lutheran Students Association meets each Sunday night for their weekly supper and devotional meeting. Activities of the group include Lenten breakfasts, films, Bible studies, group discussions, joint meetings with other schools, and the sponsoring of speakers. A highlight of the Spring pro- ?iram was the annual banquet eaturing the President of the Seminary as quest speaker. One of the advisors, Walter Larson, is spending his year of internship at the Lutheran House of Worship in River Falls while studying at the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary in St. Paul. President .............................................. Jim Anderson Vice President ............................................... Ann Eitlond Secretory .................................I.......... Colleen Rosmussen Treasurer ................................................ John Clemons Publicity ......................'............. Joanne Fick, Joan Drumm Advisors ...................... Rev. Arthur Johnson, Dr. Phil Anderson Miss Mary Ullman, Mr. Walter Lorson Advisors ..................... Rev. Arthur Johnson, Dr. Phil Anderson Miss Mary Ullman, Mr. Walter Lorson Row 1: Elvera Petersen, Marilyn Carlson, Lorraine Brynildson, Shirley Olson, Sharon Dietrick, Shelbey Ludwig, Alice Wollesverd. Row 2: Beverly Rasmussen, Gordon Lee, Jomshid Soulati, Gordon Waller, Beulah Folkofske, Ann Eitlond. Row 3: Kenneth Olson, H. Gay Ion Greenhill, Mary Louise Olson, Elaine Solum, Louis Barber, Dorothy Fredrickson, Marilyn Hedlund, Joan Drumm. Row 4: Leo Prill, Miles Johnson, Willard Olson, Jim Anderson, Poul Czamiecki, John Randall. Row 1: Gory Solum, Carol Omtvedt, Phyllis Benjamin, Alice Adams, Lois Eaton, Susy Sorenson, llene Larson. Row 2: Gordon Hoff, Ivan Gruetz- mocker, Duonnc Johnson, Donald Knudtson, Dennis Ruhnke, Patsy O'Flonogan, Ida Oedsmo, John Clemons. Row 3: Charles Wallen, Dole Wyss, Dick Donke, Marvin I sum, Winnie Rich, Aleda Peth, Betty Korb. — 83 —The President . . . The "Dedication to the Future" of this year's Meletean is a particularly apt one. For, in a sense, the College itself always has been dedicated to the future. The youth it has served for more than 80 years have represented the future of the state and the nation. That the future offers a tremendous challenge to higher education today cannot be questioned. Estimates based only on population growth indicate a doubled enrollment at River Falls in the next 20 years. If the trend toward a higher percentage of our young men and women attending college continues, the enrollment will be even greater. Plans are being drawn at this time for a men's dormitory and a student union. A third floor will be added to Hathorn Hall this summer. But physical expansion alone will not be sufficient. The College must continue to expand academically and in increased services. With support from its alumni, students and friends and with its tradition of strong loyalty, which I am sure this year's graduating class will perpetuate, Wisconsin State College at River Falls will do more than its share to meet the challenge of the future. President Kleinpell Winter Fun Day — 86 — r«- i ! f J HI . f W 1 i . i m flB "JA jfcv 'SuA ♦ K Dr. James J. McLaughlin Director Division of Arts ond Science ♦ Dr. L G. Stone Director division of Education and Placement ♦ r F | A M C U L ■MB H 1 T John M. May Director Division of Agriculture Y E. J. Prucho Registrar ♦ ♦ jU M 1 ■MB JiM I JH wT ♦ HHj a 3 )32 I Vi 1 mm ■■ Whf , Clefus Hcnriksen Business Manager 87 Miss Ethel West AuditorFaculty Dr. Mildred B. Miller Dean of Students Executive Council: Dr. L. G. Stone, Dr. E. H. Kleinpell, Dr. James J. McLaughlin, Mr. John M. May — 88 —Audrey Adams Librorion Philip S. Anderson Education Virginia Akins Biology Earl Albert Physics Blake Andorson English Philip Belfiori Physical Education — 89 — Sara G. Anderson EducationGerald Bisbey Mathematics Gerhardt Bohn Agriculture Francis r. Chisholm English Richard Cookloslc Librarian Explaining lab proceduresAnn Dubbe Walter Engler Education English Clifford Fortin Librarian Annual Faculty Christmas Party Mr. and Mrs. John Mosher Amy Fuller Librarian Raymond L. Garnett Education Russell Gerber Agricultural Engineering Lillian Gough Mathematics — 91 —Charles Graham Social Science Winter Fun Day Mr. Wolfe and Mr. Prucho Ruby Hard Education Wilfred C. Harris EducationHarold Hodges Sociology Barbara Hopkins Physical Education Nicholas J. Jadinak Music Arthur N. Johnson Agriculture Laura Johnson MusicChaunccy B. King Music Christmas Party Mr. and Mrs. Robert Polk Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McKccn Opal A. Knox Education Robert B. Krueger Education Ruth Kittcl Education Adeline L. Levin Physical Education — 94 —Catherine Licneman Biology "Talking it over" Raymond Moore Agriculture John G. Mosher Geography — 95 — Vera M. Moss English Leslie C. McKccn French O'Neal Mason ChemistryPeter Muto Chemistry Hardean Nacscth Art Robert R. Polk Geology Edward N. Peterson History — 96 — James P. Murphy Education Amy Nelson NurseFrancis Polsfoot Physical Education Gilbert Smith Economics Mary Jo Roberts Education — 97 — Richard Swenson Physics, ChemistryMarvin Thompson Agricultural Engineering Thorvold E. Thoreson Agricultural Engineering Mary Ullmon Education Melvin Woll Agronomy — 98 — Walker D. Wymon HistoryOffice ♦ ♦ ♦ Row 1: Yvonne Pederson, Sylvia Olund, and Ardyce Symes. Row 2: Leona Jacobson, Esther Murphy, Gerry Anderson, Leona O'Conner, Ann Kolberg, and Alice Davison. Absent: Jconnette Cobian. Maintenance ♦ . Joe Kohut ........... Neil J. Barron ..... Knute C. Peterson .. Raymond E. Meyer .. Gordon Hanvelt ..... Henry H. Ellis ..... Raymond B. Foley . Herman H. Fritsch Henry E. McKahan Bernard E. Pechacek Henry L. Smith ..... Mary Busby ......... Mrs. Esther Green .. Harry G. Knapp ..... Willis Schmidt ..... Byron Koch ..... Clinton Herring Gilber Monpas MAINTENANCE EMPLOYES .......................... Supt., Building Maintenance ........................................... Fireman ..........................•.................. Fireman .................................... Fireman ............................................ Firemon ......................... Building Maintenance Helper ......................... Building Maintenance Helper ......................... Building Maintenance Helper ......................... Building Maintenance Helper ......................... Building Maintenance Helper ......................... Building Maintenance Helper ......................... Building Maintenance Helper ................................... Laundry Worker ............................................ Watchman .................................... Maintenance Man FARM EMPLOYES ........................................ Farm Manager ........................................ Farm Laborer ............................................ Herdsman — 99 —In Memoriam The loss resulting from the death of Neil "Pistol" Mulhollam was felt by all those ot the college who had ever been acquainted with him. His friends said in tribute, "He was the greatest guy in the world." Neil Mulhollam was the friend of all who knew him. A memorial fund, for the purpose of erecting a bulletin board on campus in his name, has been started in the hope that his memory will be preserved. The 28-year-old Navy veteran was enrolled in upper elementary education and was an active member of the A. C. E. I., Newman club, and the "R" club. Mr. Mulhollam was an honor student during the 1954-55 school year and was well known for his athletic ability. Class Officers Senior Class Officers President ....................... CHorlcs Pace Vice President...................Stanley Mares Treasurer —....................... Pot Turner Secretory ...................... Audrey Windol Noil MuhollamSeniors Mary Florence Alt Cuba City Elementary Masquers 34 Newman 1234 ACE I 4 MENC 34 Choir 34 MB 4 Burdette E. Bjorklund Dresser Biology - History John L. Bos New Richmond Social Science APO 1234 Pro 4 Masquers 1234 Newman 1234 Vets 1234 French Cl 2 Arden Buchholtz Waupaca English Intra 1 APO 34 Debate 4 Masquers 34 GD 34 Sec 4 James Anderson Ettrick Agriculture Intro 1234 Ski Cl 1234 Pre 3 Choir 234 TM 234 Trees 4 LSA 1234 Pre 4 YMCA 3 FFA 1234 Treas 3 Homecoming Chair 4 Sidney Bjorkman Agriculture FFA 34 Wesley 3 Mae M. Bos Pepin Biology - Speech AWS 1234 WRA 123 Pre 3 Melotcan 2 Stu Voice 12 APO 234 Pre 3 Dance Th 12 Masquers 1234 Newman 1234 French Cl I William R. Christenson River Falls Elementary ACEI 4 YMCA 3 Vets 3 Rural Life 1? FTA 4 Beverly Beyer River Falls Biology AWS 1234 GD 12 LSA 12 YW 12 Hoedown 12 Palette 34 Germon Cl 234 Fredrick Boening Owen Agriculture FFA 234 TM 4 Newman 1234 Vets 12 Intro 1234 Alex Brietkrietz Rivor Falls Geology Vets 1234 Arnold Davis Chetek Agriculture FFA 34 TM 4 — 103Jeanninne Davison River Falls Elementary AWS 1234 Choir 1234 Bond 1234 MB 4 Organizer Orchestra 1234 MENC 1234 ACE I 23 Wesley 1234 YWCA 34 French Cl 2 William Donahue Bayport, Mi nn. Sociol Science Football 12 Bosketball 12 R Cl 1234 Newman 123 Vets 1234 Annebelle Eitland Wilson Elementary AWS 1234 APO 34 Masquers 1234 Sec KDP 34 ACE I 1234 Pub Ch LSA 1234 V Pre 4 YWCA 1234 Hoedwon 123 Treos Y Dem 4 FTA 1234 Beulah Falkofske Ellsworth Elementary AWS 1234 Cheerleader 234 WRA 123 Molcteon 234 ACEI 234 V Pre 4 LSA 1234 YWCA 23 Hoedown 1 Y Rep 4 FTA 2 Winter Carnival Chair 4 Melvin Davison St. Croix Falls Agriculture PKD 34 Vets 34 TM 34 FFA Edmund Draeger Augusta Sriculturc 4 Joan F. Engebretson Now Richmond Music Choir 1234 Band 1234 Sec 4 MB 4 Organizer Orchestra 1234 MENC 1234 Pre 4 Student Voice 4 Y Rep 2 Carl D. Finstad River Falls Biology Football 1 Vets 1234 V Pre 1 Pre 2 Richard Dodge River Falls Elementary Intra 1234 Vets 1234 Joan N. Drumm Manitowoc Elementary AWS 34 Choir 34 Meletean Editor 4 KDP 34 ACEI 4 LSA 34 YWCA 3 Vernon Fait Auburndalo Agriculture FFA 34 Newman 34 Vets 34 Eleanor Ford Hammond Elementary AWS 1234 Band 1234 MB 4 Orchestra 1 ACEI 14 Wesley 1234 Treos 2 YWCA 1234 Pres 4 German Cl 4 Jr Cl TreasLucy Ann Foster Robert! Elementary AWS 1234 ACEI 34 FTA 4 USF 1234 YWCA 1234 Polette Cl 4 Patricia Hagemann Ellsworth AWS 1234 NCTE 34 Newman 1234 French Cl 12 Palette Cl 4 FTA 34 Robert Hubert Tomah Agriculture Football 34 Basketball 234 Baseball 23 Intro 234 R Cl 234 V Pro 4 Newman 234 Ex Bd 4 FFA 234 V Pre 4 Winter Carnival King Dale E. Johnson River Foils Elementary LSA 12 Vets 234 V Pre 4 John K. Glasbrenner Wausau History APO 4 Vets 234 Soc Com 34 Chair 4 Jr Cl V Pres Thomas Haugen Hudson History Choir 123 Bond 234 MENC 3 APO 34 Pre 4 Masquers 1234 Falconaires 4 Blake Hubert Stillwater, Minn. Elementary AWS 1234 Ski Club 12 WRA 123 Choir 2 Meleteon 234 Student Voice I Dance Th 1 ACEI 234 Trees 4 YWCA 123 FTA 2 SCS 34 Y Rep 12 Polette Cl 3 Jerome E. Johnson Whitehall Agriculture GD 1234 V Pre 2 FFA 1234 Sen 4 Student Voice 4 KDP 4 Oliver J. Guest Red Wing, Minn. Social Science Football 1 Intra 1234 Vets 123 Harold Heck Mondovi Agriculture FFA 34 GD 34 TM 34 Ronnie Jensen Amery Liberal Arts USF 1234 Theo Cl 2 Choir 1234 Bus Mgr 4 YWCA 1234 Pre 3 Y Dem 34 Patricia Ann Johnson Hudson Biology Chem Cl 1 — 105 —William E. Keith, Sr. River Falls Elemontary KDP 34 AC El 34 Vets 1234 Donald H. Knudtson Fall Creek Agriculture Intro 234 TM 4 Sec 4 Baseball 2 LSA 234 YMCA 4 FFA 234 Treos 4 Larry Kochendorfer Hostings, Minn. Biology Footboll 1 Intro 12 R Cl I Calvin L. Longer Moulton Agriculture FFA 1234 KDP 4 Orlan Larson Mosauers 1234 APO 1234 Robert Liberty Somerset History Ski Club 34 Newman 1234 Vets 1234 Y Rep 1234 Doris Lindemann Borrenett Social Science AWS 1234 WRA 1234 Student Counselor Meleteon 234 KDP 34 LSA 1234 SCS 234 Y Rep 34 Sec 4 Winter Carnival Chair 3 Soc Com 34 Lorraine Lodermeier Amcry Elementary Nowmon 1234 Rural Lite 12 AC El 34 FTA 4 KDP 4 Donald Loughrin Mono Agriculture FFA 34 Sen 4 Gene Luebker Plum City Biology Football 1234 Cap 4 Boseboll 1234 Intro 1234 R Cl 234 Pro 4 Vets 4 Sec 4 Who's Who 4 Moth Cl 12 Edward Mahlum Mondovi Agriculture FFA 34 Pre 4 TM 34 Pre 3 GO 34 KDP 34 Sally Malone Prescott Music AWS 1234 Choir 23 SCS 234 KDP 34 Orchestra 1234 MENC 34 MB 4 Band 1234 Math Cl 2 Who's Who 4 — 106 —Stanley Mares Chetek Agriculture Newman 1234 Football 1234 R Cl 1234 Track 12 FFA 1234 KDP 34 Who's Who 4 Intro 1234 Sr V Pre DeWayne R. Meyer River Falls Science Baseball 4 Intro 1234 Vets 1234 Treos 3 Jr Cl Pre 3 Student Senate 34 Pre 4 John Moan River Falls Chemistry Chem Cl 1234 Howard Olsen Woodvillo Agriculture FFA 34 Robert Margotto Cumberland Agriculture Football 1234 Intra 1234 Newman 1234 FFA 34 R Cl 1234 Hikaru Mikami Inaba Tochigi, Japan Elementary Marilyn Murphy Ellsworth English - Speech AWS 1234 Exec Brd 3 Choir 123 MENC 3 Student Voice 12 Masquers 1234 Bus Mgr 2 APO 1234 Sec 2 Newman 1234 SCS 234 Willard O. Olson Nye Chemistry - Physics TM 234 KDP 34 Chem Cl 34 LSA 1234 Moth Cl 234 V Pre 4 — 107 — LaVerne Mayer Humbird Agriculture Newmon 34 FFA 34 TM 34 Ardyce Miller Grantsburg Elementary AWS 34 Mcleteon a KDP 34 V Pres 4 Who's Who 4 LSA 34 FTA 34 Pre 4 YWCA 34 Exec Brd 3 SCS 4 Melvin Dean Nelson Barronett Agriculture FFA 1234 V Pre 4 Intra 123 LSA I Janis Olufson Mondovi Elementary AWS 1234 Cheerleader 1234 WRA 1234 Dance Th 12 Masquers 2 ACE I 1234 LSA 1234 YWCA 23Charles H. 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Donna Proue Potter Coble Poulton Nccnah Arkontow Elementary AWS 1234 Exec Brd 4 English Agriculture Orchestra 1 AWS 1234 Boseboll 2 KDP 34 Pre 4 KDP 34 Troas 4 Intro 234 ACEI 234 ACEI 2 Vets 234 FTA 23 FTA 34 FFA 234 YWCA 234 YWCA 34 Pub Chr SCS 4 NCTE 34 French Cl 1 Jr Cl Sec Who Who 4 Foundation com 4 Beverly Troy Rudesill Colleen Ryan Rasmussen Baldwin Football 1234 Hudson Elomentory Amory Ski Club 4 FTA 1 Elementary R Cl 34 Sec Treos ACEI 1234 Treat 2 AWS 1234 YMCA 34 SCS 234 V Pro 4 ACEI 134 Wesley 34 KDP 34 Sec 3 FTA 234 Newmon 1234 Treos 2 Student Sonata 3 Palette Cl 24 Treat 4 Pres 3 Exec Brd 4 Who's Who 4 LSA 1234 Pre 3 YWCA 123 Hoedown 1234 V Pre 12 Pro 34 GO 12 Treos 2 — 108James Sackett Pampo, Toxos Football Gail Schmdit Ladysmith LSA 34 Math Cl 34 YMCA 34 Rollin Sorenson Spring Valley Elementary Intro 4 ACE I 34 Y Rep 4 FTA 234 LSA 1234 YMCA 34 Hocdown 4 Glen Stein Spring Valloy Social Science Intra 123 Band 123 Vets 4 Roy Sandberg River Falls Football I R Cl Audrey Schweizer River Falls Elementary AWS 1234 ACE I 34 FTA 4 Rural Life 12 Sec 2 Peggy Weiss Spaete Mondovi History WRA 12 Pro 2 Student Voice 1 Dance Th 1 Pre 1 NCTE 4 Sec French Cl I Vernon Stein metz Bloomor Mathematics Football 1234 Bo sc ball 124 Intra 1234 R Cl 234 LSA 234 Vets 34 Moth Cl 234 Bernard Schatz Ashland Agriculture Hocdown 34 FFA 34 John D. Sharp Mondovi Biology Vets 34 Intra 34 Robert Spaete Rico Lake Science R Cl 34 Football Math Cl 34 Sigvard E. Stene Woodyillo Chemistry Chem Cl 34 Intra 234 Vets 1234 Moth Cl 123Norma D. Stone Comstock English AWS 1234 FTA 23 YWCA 123 Palette Cl 4 German Cl 2 V Pre 2 Patricia Tobin Now Richmond MENC 2 Student Voice 12 Donee Th 124 Newmon 1234 Mary Webb Barronctt Elementary AWS 1234 WRA I ACEI 1234 Sec 3 FTA 234 Newman 1234 Audrey Windal Ccnturio English AWS 1234 Pre 4 Cheerleader 1234 Choir 1234 MENC 12 Dance Th 1 LSA 1234 V Pro 3 SCS 234 Sec 3 French Cl 1234 Pre 3 FTA 1234 Stoto Treas 2 Sr Cl Sec Ramona Thompson McFarland Elementary AWS 1234 WRA 1234 Meletean 2 Masquers 12 ACEI 234 Newmon 123 Soph Cl Treas Patricia Turner Hammond English - Biology AWS 1234 Bond 1234 MB 4 Orchestra 1 Wesley 1234 Sec 3 YWCA 1234 Palette Cl 34 Sec 4 German Cl 23 Sr Cl Treas Carl Weber Menomonio Mathematics Football 12 Intro 1234 Newman 123 Vets 4 French Cl 12 Math Cl 234 Thomas Fischer Ellsworth Sriculture 34 TM 34 Robert Murphy Ellsworth Social Science Basketball 1 Intro 1234 Newman 1234 Y Dcm 4 Kaye-Don Tibbetts Frederic Sociol Science Intra 1234 Student Voice 234 APO 234 Debate 3 Masquers 1234 LSA 1234 FTA 1 Personel Com 3 John K. Wallesverd Wilson Chemistry - Physics TM 34 Treas 3 Chem Cl 34 V Pre 4 German Cl 4 Sec-Trcos 4 Vets 1234 Moth 234 Pre 3 Who's Who 4 William R. Werbeckes Sheboygan Sociol Science Football 1234 Basketball 12 Intra 1234 R Cl 1234 Newmon 1234 Cletus Fontaine Brussels Agriculture Newman 34 TM 34 FFA 34 Ralph Schmid Chilton Agriculture FFA 1234 Rep 4 TM 34 Sec 3 V Pre 4 Band 12 Hocdown 12 USF 12Earl Adams Rivor Falls Sriculture 34 Vets 34 Enoch Cordes Turtle Lako Agriculture FFA 34 TM 34 Newman 34 Joseph LaVoie Knapp Hannah Barker Rivor Falls Elementary Anthony DiSalvo Cumberland Social Science Football 234 R Cl 234 Edward Miller River Falls Vets 34 Ski Club 4 Joan Camp River Falls Bond 4 Wesley 4 Samford Erickson Brodhead Social Science Basketball 123 Baseball I Intra 4 R Cl 4 Vets 34 Robert Nelson Hudson Willard T. Olson Tomah Agriculture John Strom Hudson Peter Russ River Falls English APO 3 Gordon Smith Arcadia Sriculture Education Newman Club Georgia Weitkamp Hudson Elementary Not Pictured: Rodney Adolph River Falls Juan Caro, Jr. Rio Grande, Texos Sriculture 34 Marguerite Got River Falls History - English Newman 1234 NCTE 34 Sue Liberty River Falls Chemistry Dance Th 2 William Got River Falls Liberal Arts Concert and Lee 4Juniors . Junior Class Officers President ..................................Don Weiss Vice President......................Jim Sparks Treasurer ....................... Roger Hanson Secretory ....................... Ardis Shannon Advisor ................... Dr. William Solley A.C.E.I. Style ShowAccola, Robert - - Mondovi Anderson, Doyne - Virginia, Minn. Badzinski, Eugene Baird, Rowland - - Thorp - River Falls Barnes, Donald - - New Auburn Bates, Lawrence - - Cashton Beebe, Barbara Beede, Frederic - River Falls - Eau Claire Bennett, Richard Benson, Judith Berg, John -Berggren, Heather - Ellsworth - Nelson - Elmwood - Roberts Bergren, Merle - Amery Boening, June - Withee Bostrom, Shirley Johnson Stockholm Brynildson, Barbara Minneapolis, Minn. Brynildson, Gerald A. Black River Foils Bubolz, Richard - Suring Butterfield, Robert - New Auburn Calvert, Thomas - Benton — 113 —Campbell, Claudette - Ellsworth Carlson, Marilyn -Chinnock, Sue Clemons, John Curtis, Steve Dahm, Lucille DeGidio, Betty Devine, Burt Domaika, Beverly Dykstra, Robert -Ekstrand, Roger -Engel, Mary Ann - - Amery - River Foils Chippewa Falls - - Clayton - River Falls - Cumberland - - Withee - Rhinelander - - Waldo - - Osceola - River Falls Luebker, Shirley Englemon Woodville Erickson, Forrest - - River Falls Everts, Ronald - Elmwood Falkofske, Noel - - Ellsworth Fick, Joanne ... Wilton Fischer, Richard - Stetsonville - River Falls - River Falls - 114 — w 3. ll fc. -ft LA Fleischauer, June Forsythe, AlFoss, John - Minneapolis, Minn. Franzwa, Lyman - Mondovi Gardner, Laura - Fall River Geimer, Rudolph - - Hudson Gerlach, Robert Hastings, Minn. Gilson, Francis - Casco Grilley, Everett - Birch wood Grothe, Rolland Chippewa Falls Hallenberger, Sally - Hudson Holls, Allen - Ellsworth Hanson, Larry - Rice Lake Hanson, Roger New Richmond Harrison, Bruce - Wilton Hegenbarth, Joseph - Rice Lake Henneman, Larry - - River Foils Herum, David - - River Falls Hoffman, Richard - Arpin Hooley, Catherine - Hudson Hoover, Linnea - - River Falls Huber, James - Baldwin -115Jennings, Lloyd Jensen, Mary - Johnson, Donald Johnson, Duanne Johnson, Ernest Joles, Ruth Kaiser, Reuben Kaminski, Julia - Frederic - New Richmond - Milwaukee - River Foils - Boyceville - - Boyceville - Wells, Minn. - Stanley Kancitis, Indulis - River Falls Kealy, Thomas - River Falls Kelly, Douglas - River Falls Kochendorfer, Romona Spring Valley Koplin, Robert Red Wing, Minn. Korb, Betty - Alma Korb, LaVern - - - Alma Kraft, William - - Summit Lake Kuss, Phillip - River Falls LaRue, Wilbur - - St. Croix Falls Laue, Donald - - River Falls Lee, LeRoy - - River Falls — 116Lee, Robert - - - Woodville Lundccn, Kenneth - Frederic McDonald, Kenneth - - Borron Meents, Morlys - - River Falls Melstrom, Dale - Ellsworth Mountford, Robert - - Poynette Murphy, Gerald - River Falls Murphy, James - Chippewa Falls Nevala, Don -Nordeen, Carlo -Nsikak, Edet Oedsma, Ida - Olsen, Gary Olsen, Yvonne Olson, Marvin Olson, Mary - Thorp - Centuria - Uyo, Nigeria - River Falls St. Paul, Minn. New Richmond - Menomonie - Spring Valley Olson, Shirley - Spring Valley Osits, Ella - River Falls Passon, Richard - Milwaukee Williams, Patricia - - River Falls 117 —Pechacek, Helen - Hastings, Minn. Pederson, Donald R. - - Amery Pederson, Richard - Cumberland Peterson, Agnes ... Luck Petersen, Elvera Peterson, Gerald Peterson, Wayne Peth, Aleda - - - Amery - St. Croix Falls - Glenwood City - - Wilton Pietrek, Joseph -Pittman, Norval Quiroz, Celia Richardson, Ann - Arcadia - Clear Lake - Mexico - River Falls Jankus, Ruby Roehl - River Falls Roffler, Roger - Alma Rohl, Barbara ... Roberts Rosandick, Nick - - - Granton Ruhnke, Dennis - Hastings, Minn. Sandve, Glenn - - Cumberland Schillberg, Robert - - Osceola Schmidt, Betty - - Hudson - 118 Ifl it m k Schubert, Rodney - Brandon Schultz, William - Ellsworth Schwenk, Richard - Hudson Scidmore, Herbert - - Colby Segerstrom, Leroy - Mondovi Shannon, Ardis - Ellsworth Sharp, Carl - Rice Lake Shay, William - - Somerset Shearrow, Kenneth - - Rice Lake Sirek, Albert - - Rice Lake Sletten, Merlin - Chetek Smith, Ray - - New Auburn JF Solum, Elaine - Woodville Sparks, James - Merrill Stassel, Lawrence - - Sheldon Steffen, John - - Turtle Lake Stoflet, Wayne - Arpin Stolpe, Ruth - Minneapolis, Minn. Stone, Vernon - Amery Swanson, Donald T. - - Ellsworth — 119 —Swanson, Gloria - - Boyceville Swartz, LaVaun Minneapolis, Minn. Theis, George - - New Richmond Thomas, Kenneth - - Osceola Thompson, Georgia - St. Croix Falls Utgard, Russell - Star Prairie Vanderhoof, Natalie - Clear Lake VondeWoter, Arlan - - Holmen Waxon, Phyllis - - River Falls Weiss, Donold Wendt, Jerome -Wunrow, Ronald - Roberts - Schofield Beaver Dam Youngberg, Darrell - Cumberland JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Herpst, John - Elmwood Jenkins, Douglas - - River Falls Klein, George - Ellsworth Kelley, Franklyn Red Wing, Minn. Schwartztrouber, Lester - Ellsworth Siebold, Donold - - River Falls 120 —Sophomores Chem. Lab. Sophomore Lit. Sophomore Class Officers President....... Vice President Secretory ...... T reosurer .... Richard Kinney .. Arlen Christenson Dorothy Fredrickson ....... Jim Finstod Advisors Dr. Charles Graham Miss Laura JohnsonBoh tool, Parviz - Tehran, Iran Boos, Gerald ------ Cadott Brandt, William - Appleton Bricher, John - - - - River Falls Brue, Donald ----- Spencer Brunkhorst, Edward - Red Wing, Minn. Buck, Gary...........................Milltown Carew, Mary Ellen ----- Elcho Carter, Gerald - - - - River Falls Adorns, Alice Albrecht, Arlin Ames, Richard Anding, Carol Armbruster, William Armbruster, James Baker, Roland Becker, Otto Becker, Rolland Beebe, Jewels D. -Beggs, Geraldine -Benjamin, Phyllis Bergum, Stanley Berkseth, Louise -Biles, John - Spring Valley - Chippewa Falls - St. Paul, Minn. « - - Hudson - - River Falls - River Falls - - - Centuria - Turtle Lake - Woodville - River Falls - Minneapolis, Minn. - Hastings, Minn. - Wheeler - Baldwin - PepinChristenson, Arlen Christenson, Charles -Christenson, Neil - Christoph, Jerry -Cleasby, Elwood Cotter, Terrence - Coulson, Francis Crotteau, Bruce -Crownhart, Joanne - Czarniecki, Paul Dabruzzi, Robert -Dahlberg, Grace Dahlby, Joel Daniels, Donald -Deffner, Norman -• Amery - Baldwin - Amery - Neenah - Menomonie - Prescott - Maiden Rock - Cumberland - Ellsworth - Plymouth - Hudson - Frederic - Ellsworth - Hudson - Wausau Doetkott, Richard - River Falls Dougherty, William - Spooner Downing, Herbert - - - - Elroy Drier, Joan.........................Boyceville Ducklow, Esther - Ellsworth Dusek, Harvey - River Falls Earl, Emery.....................Menomonie Eaton, Lois ------ Ellsworth __123___ Edlin, Howard....................StockholmEllington, Kenneth - Amery Elzingo, Horry ----- Sheldon Elzingo, Henry - - - - Sheldon Erpenbach, Donald - - Neilsville Finstad, James - - River Falls Fisher, Audrey - River Falls Foster, Bruce - - - River Falls Foster, Ellen - - - Hammond Foster, James - - - - Roberts Frank, Eleanor - West Bend Frank, Esther - ■! - - West Bend Fredrickson, Dorothy - - - Deronda Golvin, James Gauthier, Thomas -Germann, George - - Menomonie - St. Paul, Minn. - Cumberland Gerrits, Roger ----- DePere Gilbertson, La Verne - Clear Lake Ginther, Lawrence - - - - Augusta Glaser, Everett ----- Ridgeland Goodrich, Richard - New Richmond Gorder, Anita ----- LaCrosse Gotz, Jerome ----- River Falls Graham, Audrey - - - - Necedoh Greenhill, Harold ... New AuburnGreil, Kenneth .... Tomahawk Grimslid, Gary ----- LoCrosse Hagen, Kenneth - Cumberland Hajek, Ruth -Hanley, William -Hansen, Merton - Hastings, Minn. - River Falls - Deer Park Hanson, Harvey ----- Ossea Hartman, Glen - Pepin Haushalter, Wayne - - - - Hudson Hawksford, Francis - - - Deer Park Hedlund, John .... Grontsburg Hirsch, Tom ------ Thorp Holman, Lenore - Hammond Holmberg, Donald ... - Ccnturia Hortenbach, Warren ... Bay City Hrdlicka, Donald Huppert, Marlin Huser, Roger - - - J.m Falls - - Ellsworth - New Richmond Iverson, Dale..........................Amery Jacobson, David - River Falls Jelen, Donald - - - - Independence Jensen, Gary ------ Amery Jensen, Gerald ..... Hudson Jensen, Mary Lou • - - • Hudson —125 —Jenson, Del ward - Glen Flora Johnson, Catherine - New Richmond Johnson, Darreld - - Red Wing, Minn. Johnson, Dean .... River Falls Johnson, Gerald ----- Barron Johnson, Lloyd .... River Falls Johnson, Miles ----- Frederic Johnson, Norman • - - St. Croix Falls Johnson, Paul - Balsam Lake Johnson, Robert ----- Cadott Karau, James - Marshfield Kellermann, James - - - Cumberland Kilsdonk, Mary -King, Richard Kinney, Richard - Summit Lake - Turtle Lake - Hudson Koca, Edward.........................Elroy Korb, Donald....................- Alma Kuechler, Donald - Herbster Kuzniewski, Jeanne - Con rath Lang, Roger ------ Unity Longer, Malcolm - EllsworthLarson, Harley Leach, Richard Lee, Gordon - Baldwin - River Falls - - Elroy Letch, Ivadell Giller Letch, John -Lindeman, Melvin - - Luck - Osceola - Barronett Lindquist, LeRoy -Losness, Oliver Lucht, Lois Lund, Kathryn Lundbeck, Oscar -Lundmark, Bryon Marsh, James Marsolek, Morris Martell, Calvin - Baldwin - - Amery - Clear Lake - Woodville - - - Amery - Balsam Lake - Marshfield - Fountain City - New Richmond Marx, George Matzek, Norman -McClellan, Neil - - Antigo - River Falls - Menomonie McDiarmid, Florence - Hudson McEiver, Mary - Somerset Meyer, Ethel...................River Falls Michalewicz, Edward - Edgar Michaelson, Daniel - Balsam Lake Moe, Arthur ------ Chetek —127 —Moen, Merwin - Cumberland Mountain, Douglas - Ellsworth Mork, DeWayne - Cameron Mulhollam, William - Bay City Nelson, Carl ----- Barronett Nelson, Howard - River Falls Nelson, Robert - Balsam Lake Neuner, Shirley ----- Sheldon Niccum, Darold ----- Amery Nordeen, William - Centuria Nordstrand, Dennis - Ellsworth Norelius, Douglas - Barron Olsen, Walter....................Woodville Olson, David.......................Baldwin Olson, Doris ------ Baldwin Olson, Gerald Olson, Kenneth Olson, Ralph - Oreskovich, Roy Ostby, Kay -Otterson, John - - Maiden Rock - Osseo - New Richmond - Mason - Hudson - Red Wing, Minn. —128 — Omtvedt, Carol Passow, Joel Pepper, Bernard Prairie Farm - Dodge - RhinelanderPeskar, Stanley - River Falls Peterson, Douglas - Hudson Peterson, Sylvia - - - St. Croix Falls Prill, Leo ------ Bloomer Quast, Robert ----- Neilsville Radkey, Lynn........................Beldenville Randall, John - Balsam Lake Rasmussen, Colleen - - River Falls Reardon, James - River Falls Richardson, Annette - Watertown Riebe, Albert ----- Centuria Riebe, Roy ----- Cumberland Robey, Gordon - River Falls Ronningen, Keith - River Falls Rutherford, Robert - Spring Valley Rutter, John - Kinney, Minn. Rux, Ronald ----- - Edgar Safe, LaVonne - Spring Valley Schoenick, Gene - River Falls Schrader, Marvin - Dorchester Schultz, Richard - - - - River Falls Scray, Richard - - North St. Paul, Minn. Seefeldt, Dennis - Tigerton Seltrecht, Robert ----- Loyal ______________________ 9Sexe, LoVern -Shay, Dianne Shodahl, Glendon - Ettrick - - - Somerset - Forest Lake, Minn. a Ok A I 1 ' B % Q 1 a t ihr- Shodahl, Shirley Medchill - - Grontsburg Slater, Jeannine ----- Hudson Smith, Janice.......................Ellsworth Sobottka, Emery - - - Elmwood Soden, Robert.......................Lancaster Sonsalla, La Vem - Arcadia Sorenson, James ... Spring Valley Sorenson, Jay ----- Deer Pork Soulati, Jamshid ... Tehran, Iran - - - Suring - New Richmond - Hudson Stengel, Michael Strohbeen, Nancy -Swanson, Ervin Sukow, Wayne Sundt, Donald Taylor, John -Merrill - Minneapolis, Minn. - Wonderoos Stabner, Arthur ... - River Falls Stafford, Richard ... - Ellsworth Steffen, Phillip ----- Osceola Telisak, Steve ------ Boyd Thompson, Keith - - - Welch, Minn. Thompson, Wayne ----- Elroy- Alma Timm, Donna - Hillsdale Tircman, Karl - _ |_0yal Uhrig, Robert - - Thorp Urban, Williom - - " $pring Valley Vanasse, Leonard - - Wheeler Vornes, DeWayne Waak, Richard . Eau Claire . Pulaski Wagner, Eugene - _ prairie Farm Wallen, Charles - Wanzong, Edward . . Turtle Lake Webert, Elizabeth - Roberts Weiher, Richard - . . . - Bloomer West, Walter - - Black River Falls Whiteford, Stanley - - - - Barron Whitmore, Howard .... Dallas Williams, Donna .... Hayward Williams, Tom - Barron Wisher, Richard - Menomonie Yousten, Alice ----- Almeno Jamjahn, Richard - - - . Waukesha Zerahn, David ----- Baldwin Zidick, Clement - - - Land O LakesFreshmen Freshman Class Officers President ........................ Richard Schultz Vice President .................... Roger Johnson Treasurer .............................. Jim Laue Secretary ......................... Janet Wihelo Kangaroo Court' — 132 — Freshman PicnicAbrishami, Manouchohr-Tchran, Iran Aebly, Robert - Downing Aide, Jane - - - River Fall: Allen, Richard - Amherst Alms, Joseph ... Spring Valley Ames, Robert .... River Foil: Amidon, Leslie -Anderson, David -Anderson, Earl Anderson, Leroy Andorson, Nordoll Anderson, Phyllis - Mondavi - • Clayton Stockholm - Centuric Moiden Rock - Centuric Anderson, Stephen Anger, Karen -Arnquist, John -Bader, Richard Barber, Louis -Bartlett, Gerald - - Amery - River Foil: - - Boldwir New Richmonc - Ladysmith Ellsworth 'sr Berger, Lorin - Elmwood Borgstrand, Jay.................Amory Borgstrom, David - - - Plum City Berubo, Wallaco - - - Somerset Bier, Theresa - - Rush City, Minn. Bohn, Gory .... - Frcdoric Bonngard, Roger - - Racine Bray, Ronald ------ Earl Brcutzman, Paul - - - Nelson Brown, Harold - - - - Somerset Brunkhorst, John - Red Wing, Minn. Brynildson, Lorraine - - - - - - - Block River Foils 133 —Buchholtz, Robert ... Ladysmith Bunc, Larry ... Spring Volley Burke, Bonnie - New Richmond Burke, DcVonne - - New Richmond Burton, James .... Hudson Carhart, Charles • - Trempealeau Carlson, Arnold .... Dresser Carlson, Gerald - River Falls I Chamberlain, William - Menomonie Chini, Yoosef ... Sheroz, Irani Cipov, George ... - Chetekl Cloutier, Carroll - - New Richmond! Cobian, Francis Coen, Richard Corcoran, Daniel Cotter, Michael Cox, Shirley Cox, William - - River Falls - - - - Luck Stillwater, Minn. • - - Prescott Centuria - - - Wobeno Cran, Lauren - - Hostings, Minn. Czech, Teddy .... Honnibol Dague, Patricia - - Cumberland Daniolson, Clifford - - Spring Valley Danko, Richard .... Fremont Day, Joann .... - Hudson Diotrich, Sharon Diller, Ellen Dodgo, Michael Doughorty, Mary Downoy, June -Doylo, John . - - Clayton . - Boycevllle . . - Hudson . . . Spooner Rod Wing, Minn. . . Ellsworth Dulek, Clarence -Elliott, Marilyn -Enstad, Richard -Erickson, Charles Evenson, Thomas -Fagerlond, John - . . . Thorp . . River Foils . . River Foils _ . Center City . . Hudson _ Durand — 134Feld, Bernhard Feld, Morlin - - Fennie, Ernest Fielder, Phyllis -Fleming, Ellsworth Fleming, Elvin Fleming, Thomas -Fleming, Wayne Foley, Kathleen -Fontaine, Garrett -Forman, Mario Forsythe, Paul - Fritz, Arden Fuller, Mary -Gaeu, Daniel -Gardner, Alico Gardnor, James -Garnott, Saro Valentine Tea . Sturgeon Boy - Sturgeon Boy . . Boyceville . . - Prescott . . . Frederic . _ . - Pepin Red Wing, Minn. . _ - - Nye - - River Foils - - - Brussels - - - Codotf - Chippewa Falls - - - Owen - - River Falls - - - Merrill - - Hammond - - - Pittsville ■ - River Falls Geving, Allan - - - Spring Volley Gifford, Robert ... - Hudson Gilbertson, Frederick - - - Block River Falls Gleason, Donald - - - River Foils Glesnes, Helen - River Falls Goerks, Donald - - - - Boroboc Graham, Robert Gross, Morlin -Grubbs, William Gruotzmachcr, Ivan Grussendorf, Diano Guest, Dora - - NecedoF - - Ellsworth - - Centuric - New Londor - Grontsburc - - Ellsworth Gundermon, Paul - - - Bloomer Gundlach, Roger - - - Frederic Hagcstad, William - - River Fall Haglund, LaVonno Maiden Rock Hailing, Vaughn - - - Stockholm Hanke, Ronald - - - Morothon v Jnl — 135—Hanna, Suxanno Hanzlik, William Haroldson, Sonja Harrison, Arnold Harrison, Richard Harrison, Richard - - Clayton Chippewa Falls - - - Amery - River Foils - - Hudson - - Wilton Hose. Carvel - - - Maiden Rock 'tastert, Louis - - - - Emerald tougen, Marion - - - - Hudson Haunschild, Donald - - Millodore Howkinson, Leighton - River Foils tawley, Robert - - - - Nccnah tcoly, Richard - - - River Foils tedlund, Marilyn - - Grontsburg lelmueller, Jerome - - Plum City lemm, Josephine - - - Conroth lenning, Lyle - - - - Foil Crek Merges, Marvin - - St. Paul, Minn. Froshman Tea Horman, Henry - Haywarc Hormanson, Mildrod - Now Richmonc Hervas, Charles - Turtle Lake Hicok, Verlys - - New Richmonc Himos, George - Ower Hoff, Gordon - - - - Galesville Holt, Gary................ElmwOOC Holub, Frank.................Boyc Homayooni, Homayoon - Tehran, Iror Hoomani, Javad - - Tohron, Irar Howell, Griffith - - - Woukeshc Huber, David - Ellsworth Isum, Marvin Jonkins, Tim Jensen, Harlan Jensen, William Johnson, David Johnson, Donald - - - Elmwooc Lokc Elmo, Minn, - - River Foil! . - - - Luck - - Boyccvillc . . - - Wilsor 136 —Bloomer Boldwin Ellsworth Johnson, Gerald - - - River Falls Johnson, James R. - Red Wing, Minn. Johnson, Jomes S. - - - - Bloir Johnson, Roger - Rice Lake Johnson, William - - New Richmond Jostad, Morgan - - - - Hoi men Joyal, Kay - - - St. Paul, Minn. Julian, David .... Hudson Koempf, Lorry - - - Plum City Kahabka, Wanda - - - Stockholm Kommer, David - - - Frederic Kaneen, Janice - Hager City Kaste, Hilbert.......................Alma I Keller, William......................Luck I Kelly, Carole .... River Foils I Kerckhove, George Kimball, Kay Kins, Sandra - - Klcmmo, Donald - Sheboygan Foils Knipp, Edward - - Kewaunee Cnufsou, Roger ... Amery (ochlcr, Hugh - - - Milwaukee Koss, Anthony - - - Deerbrook Xrantz, Carol ... - Barronett Krause, Alan Krause, Dennis -Krebs, Melvin Krueger, Bernard , Kruger, Richard Kusilek, Vernon - Maiden Rock - Chippewa Falls - • Ladysmith - New London - - - Loyal . - River Falls . Laatsch, Donald -Lootsch, Marlene . Lange, Robert -. Longer, Victor -Lansing, Patricio I Larson, Irene Jl dl - - - Hudson - - Hudson St. Paul, Minn. - Spring Volley - • River Falls Barron — 137 —La.'son, Paul Aldon Larson, Paul Arnold Larson, Tom -Lotuff. Edward Lauc, James -La wren i, Lynn Boldwir - . Baldwin . Grontsburg Anoko, Minn. . River Polls . . - Loyo Lee, Helen Lein, Ronald -Lent, Mary -Lessard, Suxanno Lindeman, Philip Loroti, Duane - . . River . . - Hudsor . . . Hoyworc Mahtomedi, Minn. . - - Barronotl • - - Cochrane Ludwig, Shelby • - - - Claytor Luther, Melvin - - - - - Elchc McGlynn, John................Bruce McMullen, Jerome - Sheboygan Falls Mack, Georgia .... Spoonei Madson, Gary - - - Spring Volley © Morek, Agnes Marsh, Robert Marson, Herbert Martel I, Donald Mart haler, Eugene Martin, Vaughn - - Cadoet Marshfield Woodvillc Somerset - - Boyd Plum City Martinson, Victor Mausolf, Orville Moyer, Solly Melin, Anton -Melsfrom, Donold Miller, Roger - Somerset. Prescott Cumberland - - Amery - Ellsworth - Hudson Miller, William -Monchilovich, Helen Montbriand, David -Moran, Barry • B Mueller, Don • I Mullins, Paul - Tomoh Cumberland No. Hudson - Ellsworth Sheboygan River Falls I I I » 1 i i » ■ i a V i — 138 —Schubert, Rodney - Brandon Schultz, William - Ellsworth Schwenk, Richard - Hudson Scidmore, Herbert - - Colby Segerstrom, Leroy - Mondovi Shannon, Ardis - Ellsworth Sharp, Carl - Rice Lake Shay, William - - Somerset Shearrow, Kenneth - - Rice Lake Sirek, Albert - Rice Lake Sletten, Merlin - Chetek Smith, Ray - - New Auburn Solum, Elaine - Woodville Sparks, James - Merrill Stassel, Lawrence - - Sheldon Steffen, John - - Turtle Lake Stoflet, Wayne - Arpin Stolpe, Ruth - Minneapolis, Minn. Stone, Vernon - Amery Swanson, Donald T. - - Ellsworth —119 —Scholler, Robin Schoub, Wollocc Schlompp, Robert Schmid, Daniel Schmid, David Schmit, John - Stillwoter - - Spooner - - Baldwin - - Chilton - - Chilton St. Croix Foils Schrciber, Dovid • - Fountain City Schultz, Richard - - River Foil: Scott, Merle - - - - Cameror Sclbrcdc, Byron - - - - Hudsor Sexe, Moynord - - -Shield, Thomas - - - River Foils Shimel, William Shipley, Glenn _ Siovwright, Irvin Sirinok, Lawrenco Sfeoglond, Sandra Skroch, Walter - Ricci, Edward Ricci, Edmund -Ricci, Thomas - - Rich, Winifred Ritchey, Sharon -Robinson, George - - Cumberland - Cumberland - Cumberland - - Chctck - River Falls - - Mondovi Rodcr, Clifford - - Chippewa Foils Rocbon, Richard Morine-on-lhc-St. Croix Rundhommor, Nancy - Star Prairie Ruthorford, Jamos - Spring Volley | Samuolson, Glonn - Merrill Sandorson, Jamos - Combria Raske, William Rasmussen, Carol -Reincrt, Vernon Reis, Catherine -Relander, Joyce -Reynolds, William - - - Phillips - Hammond St. Paul, Minn. - - River Falls - New Richmond - - - PittsvillcSlowiok, Stephen Solum, Gory -Sorenson, Susy - - Springsteen, Lowrenco Starkey, DeWoyne -Steffen, Gilbert - - Steichen, Dorsoy Stewart, Nail Stordohl, Gerald Streif, Paul Suesaki, Alvin -Sutherland, Neil - Stanley - Deer Park Ridgcland - Emerald Rice Lokc - - Elroy - - - Deer Pork ... Durand ■ - - - Cornell I ■ • - Clear Lake! Kcolokckuo, Hawaii! - - - • Pepin! Sutter, Garold Fountoin Swanson, Donald L. Lake Swoboda, Gory • Tote, Robert -Taylor, Ronald • TcHenncpc, Roger - ✓Queen Pat Phillips. Sonjo Harotdson, representative from Amery Webb, John .... Plymouth Wells, Fred .... River Falls West berg, Ardycc - - - Stockholm Westlund, Joanne - - Watertown Wienke, Allen .... Emerald Wiheto, Janet ... Iron River hems, David - - Rad Wing, Minn, inn. Jurncll - Spring Volley ipton, Wesley .... Hudson odd, Sharon ... Shell Lake omfohrde, Weyne ... Arpin ancc, James ... Elk Mound Voelker, Alan .... Ellsworth Woolen, Donald .... Amery Waller, Gordon .... El trick Wallosverd, Alice - • - Wilson Wollesverd, Donald ... Baldwin Welletverd, Welter - • BaldwinWillard, Charles Wiseman, Thomas Wold, Lawronco -Wolfe, Robert -Wood, Patricia Wyss, Dale - • Wyss, Orville -Yopps, Jerome Young, William Youngren, Orion Zignego, John Zimmerman, Earl - - Randolph - - Wilton - Eau Cloirc Chippewa Falls Spring Volley Boycoville - - Boycoville - Waukesha Ellsworth - - Baldwin - Woodville - Rice Lake FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED Baures, Jerome - Fountain City Bcrnd, John - - New Richmond Buchanan, Bruce - - Arkonsow Fozeli, Abolhassean - Tehran, Iron Hooshiar, Abdolrahmon Shiraz, Iran Liberty, Pot...............Somerset Lindabauer, Gerald - River Foils Pederson, Gary - - New Richmond Zollmcr, Charles - Wilton SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED Anderson, Douglas Crisler, Dale Johnson, Dale Arnold Kerrick, Peter Kharrazi, Hamid Kusilek, Nolan Olson, Myron Parmeter, Jerome Patin, Donald Peterson, Rodney Smozyk, Mike Spacek, Stefan Smith, LaVem ■ - - River Falls - - - Hillsdale Lake Bronson, Minn. ■ Stillwater, Minn. • - Tehran, Iran - River Falls - - Spring Valley - - - Ellsworth - - - - Eden - - - - Nye - - - Stanley - - - Phillips - - Menomonie 142 —WINTER QUARTER REGISTRANTS Barjestek, Hamid Barrows, Kenneth L. Benson, James E. Biskuplki, Marvin Botts, Byron A. Britton, Roger D. Eaton, Clair C. Fletcher, Larry R. Franko, Jean Gerber, Russell L. Gibson, Jerry A. Gilbertson, Wayne A. Gray, Ronald A. Haas, Richard Hall, Donald K. Hanker, Arvin D. Hanson, Marvin Helming, John A. Hendrickson, Donald Henry, Thomas Holland, George C. Horne, Francis M. Ingham, Thomas J. Jensen, John Johnson, Melvin Kalantari, Fereydoon Kochendorfer, Gary Lehman, Alfred Larson, Kenneth R. Lindquist, Lloyd Most, Frederic Mottaz, Delano Nelson, Gordon B. O'Neill, Robert 0. Paulsen, Elliott Peterson, Russell E. Redmond, Charles Schramski, Gerald Sheidayi, Alex Short, Louis H. Stephens, James E. Snuggerud, Russell Swanson, Duane W. Weeks, Bruce Welch, Patrick K. Zastrow, Ronald Fall Registration SPRING QUARTER REGISTRANTS Albert, Retta Becker, Albert C. Bergen, Kenneth Breault, John Bringman, Charlie D. Bubolz, Erna Carlson, Dean Caspersen, Marvin Chapin, Annabelle Crook, Dennis Cuskey, Russell Day, Charlotte Ecklund, Eugene R. Edwards, Jack Falkofske, Nellie Farrell, Wayne Finlan, William Fraher, Theresa Fuller, Edward Greene, Earl Guite, Albert Hamilton, Ralph Hangartner, Allen Heintz, John Hjelsand, Allan Hooshnam, Ali Horne, Darrell Jarchow, Merle Johnson, lola Johnson, Roger Johnson, Rodney Katka, Wayne Kempi, Eugene Kenall, Alice Kirk, John Krueger, Wayne Kulow, James Lang, Norman Nelson, Charles Olund, Leonard Parker, Vernon Risse, Harold Robbins, Annie Sahba, Mahinound Sathcr, Richard Shong, Kenneth Spindler, Mary Tcclaw, Richard Teclaw, Norbert Nielsen, Seward Swenson, Grace Thompson, Gerald Van Someren, Paul Whittier, Lawrence Wood, Richard Zoller, John 143 — 


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