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

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I 1961 tciLHconmi) j s?gsfq qoiiiiqqq vmmmm jb IiIijsno® gcq;o®i A year of building, rebuilding and progress . . - As great strides were taken in the world of science with the first launching of a man into space hy the United States, the College at River Falls contributed its share to the advancement of future generations by insuring individuals — interested, seeking — ready to become part of society. The College expanded physically by dedicating the new laboratory farm buildings, R. A. Karges Physical Education and Recreation Center, Prucha Residence Hall for Men and the H. T. Hagcstad Student Center. The art, music, science and foreign language departments added to their facilities. Courses were innovated to stimulate inquisitive minds. Graduates left with a feeling of accomplishment, mixed with awe and anxiety about going into the outside competitive world, but there was a good basis for be-ginning . . . learning had been opened to them. Juniors were beginning to experiment with the individuality they had been hearing about. Sophomores envied seniors and freshmen simultaneously as they were eager to be independent, yet hesitant about leaving “conformity.” Freshmen were still amazed at seeing a new “freedom opening up to them. As a member of a class, each student had an opportunity to grow with the College ... grow in ability to think and know, choose and plan, as does no other living form.Editors................................Anne Adams Carol Truttschel Assistant Editor..............Nancy MacNeil Editorial Assistants........Francis O'Connell Keith Olson Art Editors ................Barbara Nelson Robert Radatz Sports Editor .............. Warren Rogers Photographers ................. Don Blegen Wayne Hermann Advisor ..................... James Harless CAMPUS TOUR .................. 9 ADMINISTRATION .............. 26 SPECIAL EVENTS .............. 44 ORGANIZATIONS ............... 56 ATHLETICS .................. 104 CLASSES .................... 124OFFICE or THE PRBBIOENT WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE RIVER FALLS. WISCONSIN Students of Wisconsin State College River Palls, Wisconsin Dear Students: In one sense "Shadows," the these of this year's Meletean, seems to be a rather foreboding and ominous one. And perhaps, in a symbolic way, it is appropriate for our age. Certainly the shadows of mushroom clouds, of missiles, and of satellites heng over us. But there are shadows only when there is also light. These shadows which sometimes frighten us are cast by the light of men's knowledge. And the light can move and spread and cause the shadows to assume new and more pleasant forms. The real reason for the existence of this and other colleges is to keep that light burning and spreading. During its "fourscore and seven years," the College at River Falls has been a source of opportunity to many who might not otherwise have been able to avail themselves of the light of higher education. And its graduates have reflected this light throughout the nation and, Indeed, throughout the world. In an age of technology and complexity, the need for this light has never been greater than it is today. The kind of education River Falls offers, with a balance between specialization and a breadth of knowledge, is more important now than ever before and will become increasingly important in the future. With continued student, alumni and faculty support, the College is making plans now to move confidently into a future of growing light and greater service. Sincerely yours. EHK:lo B. H. Kleinpell, PresidentWe Dedicate Administrator. • • Duties kept him busy ■ DEDICATED TO ONE WHO, by his friendly helloes and wise counsel, has shown a sincere interest in each individual at the College ... WHO this year completed his fifteenth year as president at River Falls. . . WHO has been largely responsible for the physical growth of the campus . . . WHO has enthusiastically supported campus activities . . . WHO believes that liberalism on campus should be practiced as well as taught. . . DR. EUGENE H. KLEINPELL IndlVldl al . • • A moment aloneHusband • • • The Kleinpells enjoyed basketball games Speaker.. • Achievement of leadership Faculty Frolics Star... Deep in the Heart of Texas’ . . . These are things which describe our College president. Dr. E. H. Kleinpell. He received his bachelor of arts degree from the State University of Iowa, his masters degree from the University of Chicago, and his Ph.D. from Ohio State University. His teaching experience includes Kemper Military Academy, head of the history department of Northern Montana College at Havre, head of the Division of Social Science of Morningsidc College in Sioux City, Iowa, and President of the State Teachers College, Valley City, North Dakota, from 1942 until 1946 when he came to River Falls.An editor wonders, wo lieved as a yearbook goes t wonders if other editors hav of uncertainty for a compl such as “Is it done yet?” and, in our case, “What d browsing through past issues on ideas other editors have ( tion was answered. wishes, and finally is re-ress. During this time he ne through the same kind year, answering questions “When do you study?” Meletean While the Meletean, capitalizing lavcn’t) had, the last qucs- “A weekly paper, the I lished by the school, and t outgrowth of this. However the name, since it was that University of Wisconsin, s and the scientific name of tl was chosen, and from it wa 'ger, had formerly been pub' yearbook was in a way an e staff did not wish to keep the annual published by the he Latin word for badger, European badger—meles— ormcd—Meletean.” .... 1926 Meletean 8 — MELETEAN }■ It. i I ind Stffi f H, T. Hag dent Center J. Agronomy B 6. IodimlAm : College Apartit South; HaH , jVPV lZ j Vi' -V • I1 i Chilm : Dam £ i. H atnonjCoM j?-. V- folxwoy.M I (under coitiwwfy Rimer • !‘u f ,• h J wjy •£ "A'vV 1 W» t d -Vriv si® IM V' v wm 1 V'v 5 ft I »v . A College What is a college? Cheerleaders ... coffee ... professors... stU' dents? A college, some will say, is ivy covered buildings, football heroes, flighty coeds. To others, perhaps, a college is boredom and dull lectures or radical ideas or grinding work spent on meaning' less projects in impossible courses about impractical subjects. Or is college the “passport of the future”, the “key to the door of opportu-nity”, “one of the most memorable experiences anyone could ever have”? Whatever a college is, there are, according to one survey, more than 1800 such institutions in this coun try. We don't pretend to know all about all of those colleges, but we do think that we have an excellent example of what a college should be — here at River Falls. One short stroll around the cam' pus and you begin to get the idea.Gathering Place For Students Hagestad Student Center Juliet may have asked, “What’s in a name?,” but then, she wasn’t thinking of our Student Center. For us it’s a center in many ways. Here, this year, we found time and facilities for many things: strong coffee and good talk — and sometimes the other way around — time to read the books bought in the campus bookstore, and more talk: nuclear physics. Winter Carnival, Shakespeare, Time-Space, student elections, spring proms. There was time and space for food and play. Down-stairs, at almost any time, the billiard balls click and the ping balls pong. In the lounge areas there was always a carefree game of hearts going on — with or without cards. And then, too, here is where we learn the business of self-government. “Self-government,” by the way, is more than a hollow term at River Falls. Our Student Senate handled a budget of approximately $41,000 this year.North Hall South Hall Classrooms Laboratories Across the campus, past the flower beds, and over the lawn are some of the classroom buildings. These are the heart of the campus, for despite “learning machines” and other mechanical aids to imparting knowledge, students continue to gain the greater portion of their formal education in the traditional way — from professors talking with students, sharing interests, information, and concepts and demonstrating that ideas can be exciting. Of course the term “classrooms” means laboratories, too. Besides those in physics, chemistry, biology and the other sciences, there are the agriculture labs, the industrial arts workshops and a soon-to-be-completed language laboratory . College Laboratory Farm Room to Experiment And, then, there are the new, spacious studios which are the pride of the art department. They con' tain all the equipment the aspiring young ceramist, painter, or sculptor needs to produce his work. There are rooms for learning about writing and producing radio scripts and for practicing speech. There are music practice rooms, listening rooms and rehearsal rooms. Anything academic from modern ballet to modem mathematics has a place on the college campus. There’s plenty of stimulation and challenge in the wide variety of subjects at River Falls.Chalmer Davee Library Books and Learning The college library, when you come to think about it, also has many “convertible” features. Other than books— our library still uses them — there are other sorts of records available here. One mustn’t forget our Twentieth Century method of storing information and experience: the phonograph record, the motion picture film, and the microfilm. The record library is an admirable one. (It’s still amazing to think that our civilization has been able to compress a full-sized symphony orchestra into those grooves on that wafer-thin disk.) And, if we need additional films for instruction or for entertainment, the rental services of the world are happy to oblige. For “living” records, there’s the Little Theatre on the lower floor of this building. The drama department produces its plays here and the works come from all periods and areas of the world.Sports and Speeches But, to counterfeit a phrase, all mental play and no work-out would make Jack, or any student for that matter, a dull one. You can get the work-out at the new, huge Karges gym. The building isn’t quite large enough to contain Ramer Field, so we probably will continue to play our football games outside for a while yet. But it is large enough to hold three full-sized basketball courts (with spectator space), exercise rooms, an Olympic-sized swimming pool (with spectator space) and showers, lockers, coaches offices, etc., etc., etc. If you favor individual sports, in addition to swimming there are always wrestling and volleyball and badminton and, work-out of all work-outs, handball. The main gym also proves useful as an auditorium for those large gatherings (such as the Faculty Frolics we had this year), commencement, and for some of the outstanding personalities who visit the campus. The group shown at the right is listening to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. R. A. Karges Physical Education and Recreation CenterisOA? I 'isBUmi mmPrucha Hall SjSggjiQSfo'.' PPyW A Spot for Study, We suppose that it s just “normal” to think of college learning in connection with classrooms and libraries. But education takes place in other ways, too. According to the latest psychological theories it’s impossible not to learn: we do, it seems, learn something new every day. Some of the more comfortable teaming places on campus are the student residence halls. For the men there are Stratton and Prucha Halls; for the women Hathom Hall and Cottage. For the evergrowing number of married students, there are the College Apartments. In the near future there’ll be a new wing for Hathom, and later, a new men’s dorm, making housing for even more students.Conversation Companionship Probably the people who recall college as "the most memorable experience anyone could have” arc thinking partially at least of their college "home life . One can hardly doubt the fun of meeting new people, seeing new faces, and the even more enjoyable experience of getting to know the person that goes with the face. Gollcge students still being college students there's also room for the parlor get-to-gether, for jokes and pleasant conversation, an exchange of ideas or, over the phone, a call for a date. And, as always, the necessary involvement of even the most frivolous student with the text book.Well, here we are back in the Student Center. Our tour is over. What is a college? We still don’t know. What is our college. River Falls? Perhaps you have an idea. However, no one can describe a college wiith pictures of buildings or even pictures of people. As a student you become a part of it and realize that it is impossible to photograph some of the things that make River Falls unique: the spirit of the student body, the warmth and genuineness of the student — faculty relationship; the friendliness of the college community in general. We suppose it’s the reality of these intangibles that help a growing physical plant, faculty, and student body make River Falls what a college should be.In Memoriam The loss resulting from the deaths of three STUDENTS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN SEPARATE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WAS DEEPLY FELT BY EVERYONE AT THE COLLEGE. THIS PAGE IS DEDICATED TO THEIR MEMORY. Russell Radke, a freshman during the 1959-60 SCHOOL YEAR, FROM DODGE CENTER, MINNESOTA, DIED July 18, 1960, as a result of injuries received in an ACCIDENT NEAR ROCHESTER, MINNESOTA, MAY 21, i960. Dennis Wollen, freshman from River Falls, was KILLED IN AN ACCIDENT NEAR SPRING VALLEY SEPTEMBER l6. i960. Henry Marson, freshman from Hudson, died in an ACCIDENT NEAR RlVER FALLS JANUARY 13, 1961. None but those shadowed by death’s approach are suffered to know that death is a blessing; the gods conceal this from those who have life before them, in order that they may go on living. De Bello Civili IN MEMORIAM-- $jgrajwmijg; ration . . I Our shadow-selves, our influence, may fall Where we ourselves can never be. Hamilton ames j. McLaughlin Registrar, Dean, School of Arts and Sciences L. G. STONE Dean, School of Teacher Education 28 — ADMINISTRATIVE officers The Administrative Officers RICHARD DELORIT Dean, School of AgricultureB. J. ROZEHNAL Dean of Students WAYNE WOLFE Assistant to the President NANCY KNAACK Associate Dean of Students FACULTY — 29 rwGerhardt Bohn James C. Dollahon Division of Agriculture WISCC LAB RUF ■ HtHtons ■■■ ■■■ The laboratory R. Vern Elefson Edwin P. Ebert John E. Foss 30 - FACULTYNSIN STATE COLLEGE RATORY FARM ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS BY L ELECTB COOPERATIVES OF Wi AONSIN and demonstration farm was dedicated in October I Melvin L. Wall Raymond Wall Marvin D. Thompson Thorvald E. Thoreson Liland S. Wittwer FACULTY 3 IDivision of Arts and Sciences Chemistry Geograph O’Neal Mason Theodore F. Setterquist John G. Mosiibr Physics Peter Muto Earl G. Albert Ruth Oldenburo William C. Krueoer Robert H. Polzin 32 — faculty •VVirginia Akins B. H. Kettelkamp Martin Laakso Catherine M. Lieneman Robert J. Tonn faculty — 33Political Science Walker D. Wyman History Economics This is the way Edward N. Peterson Perry B. Fredericks Richard K. Darr Gilbert N. Smith 34 — FACULTYPhysical Education I see it — grass roots politics conference Sociology Clarence A. Storla Robert B. Bailey f Si .'® ’ i mk H w i r fes I i 'Wm Ski MU Owen B. Bercsrud Byron D. James Francis C. Pols foot faculty — 35Music William W. Abbott Carolyn DeJong Conrad DeJong Nicholas J. Jadinak Chauncey B. King Donald Borciiardt Blanche E. Davis Speech John A. Oostendorp 36 — FACULTY Diane KernForeign Languages Jay W. Gossner Ernst F. Jurgens French Qerman | FJ[ f '%J 4 «jk Vm' r- % ' 1 Journalism - §p 3k inr James D. Harless Donald F. Brod faculty — 37English Francis P. Chisholm Walter J. Englbr Marion E. Hawkins Vera M. Moss Earl E. Lewis Floyd E. Overly Richard A. Cooklock Clipford Fortin 38 — FACULTYSpecial Services Robert Brock Director, Student Center Richard C. Reynolds Social Science Director, Student Center Lois E. Bowman English Hathorn Hall Counselor Amy Nelson Nurse George W. Curtis Psychology Prucha Hall Counselor William G. Manning Social Science Stratton Hall Counselor Audrey Adams Library Amy Fuller Library faculty — 39Division of Education Secondary Education Supervisors Carlton E. Beck Allan A. Siemers Philip S. Anderson Psychology Wilfred C. Harris Grace B. Hinriciis 40 — FACULTYElementary Education Supervisors Rowland D. Klink Ann Dubbe Leona M. Cooper Robert B. Krueger Opal A. Knox Ronald L. Laymon Naunda Tietz James P. Murphy Wanda Maurer faculty — 41CLETUS HENRIKSEN Business Manager Office Staff Row One: Linda Solie, Joyce Englcbcrt, Mary Alice Cain, Betty Stoflet, Eunice Larson; Rote Two: Laura Johnston, Martha Rundle, Alice Davison, Joanne Morrow, Thelma Franklin; Rote Three: Bca Hanvclt, Janice Edlin, Leona O’Connor, Jerry Andenon, Judy Tostrud, Phyllis Czech, Melvin Gcrmanson. 42 — OFFICE STAFFRow One: Henry Petersen, Willian Olson, Hans “Pep” Hanson, Floyd Fisher, Raymond Smith, Warren Deans, Knutc Peterson; Row Two: Henry Smith, Herman Fritsch, Ray Foley, Russell Olson, Gordon Hanvclt, Ben Pcchacck, Arnold Johnson, Raymond Meyer, Myrtle Robey, Leo Fischer, Florence Delandcr, Marvin Killian, Henry McKahan, Willis Schmidt. Maintenance NEIL BARRON Chief Engineer MAINTENANCE — 43jsnp€(qij9ir . . | Coming events cast their shadows before. CampbellHomecoming 1960 It’s up to lit. . . Harland, Rog, and Mouse Here come the girls .. . Thursday, September 29 Kick-Off Convocation Presentation of Queen Candidates Tuesday, October 4 Judging of Window Decorations Woody Herman Concert Wednesday, October 5 Kangeroo Kourt Thursday, October 6 Skit Convocation: Louis Daniel, guest speaker; Mcl-O-Dons; College Choir; Pep Band; Cheers; Organization Skits. Friday, October 7 Judging of Window Decorations Pancake Supper, Student Center Pep Fest at Ramer Field: Jerry Moore, emcee; Cheers; In traduction of Football Players; Queen Coronation; Snake Dance; Bonfire; Record Dance. Saturday, October 8 Parade Smorgasbord, Student Center Homecoming Game with Oshkosh Coffee Hour, Student Center Homecoming Dance, featuring the music of Bobby Shannon and his Orchestra. 46 — HOMECOMING Our Queen Candidates Glorie Grocer, Nancy Fox, Sue Dorgan, Kay Holmes, Edie Walker, Criss Jelen All sorts of contests... And Motley WAS silent Woody Herman HOMECOMING48 - HOMECOMINGI crown thee . . . Homecoming Eve . . . Dr. 'A’ lead the band Queen Edie HOMECOMING - 49Early Saturday morning Traffic'Sloppers Squash To thee River Falls, «r pledge all our love. And to iky banner floating above. . . Opening with the pledge song at the kick-off convocation, the i960 Homecoming, with its 'Squash Oshkosh slogan. was a memorable event for students, faculty, friends, and alumni. The entire campus felt the spirit and knew that this was a special time — a week made for Homecoming. Weeks of advance planning was done by co-chairmen Harland Carlson, Roger Christy, and Ray 'Mouse Metzger. There are many thinp we can’t forget ___frosh liming the R. F. on the mound .. . balloons floating over the field after die game kick-off... pancake eaten. .. red goblet days . . . putting last-minute touches on a float. . . sitting on die curb as die parade went by . . . beautiful Queen candidates . . . being pulled down Main Street with the snake dance... returning alumni. . . and Edie's smile. In die contest for the trophy to be awarded to the club acquiring the most points during the year, the first prize for window decorations was given to the Pinochle Club, second to the Sitzmarkcrs, and third to the Young Democrats. The Pinochle Club received first prize for their lawn decoration, with the Sitz-markers and Young Democrats receiving second and third respectively. In die float division, the FFA was awarded first prize, Prucha Hall rated second, and the Sitzmarkers received third. More traffic — stoppers . . . JO - HOMECOMINGm Oshkosh Enthusiatic Falcon fans cheered the team during the game with the Oshkosh Titans and, in spite of a R. F. defeat, everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of Bobby Shannon. And suddenly it was all over, forcing students to return to the reality of classes and studies, with fond memories of the week locked in their minds. Now DO something Tension HOMECOMING — 51Winter Carnival Our King Candidates John Rastbach, Mick Rogers, Ray Metzger Carl Huebner, Warren Rogers, Maurice LeBreck Royalty — Mick Rogers and Criss Jelen, and Prucha Hall’s sculpture CARNIVAL CALENDAR Thursday, February 2 F. F. A. Talent Show: Crowning of the King and Queen, Beard Judging. Friday, February 3 Ski Outing at Trollhaugen, Dresser, Wisconsin: Supper, Song Fcst, Dance. Saturday, February 4 Treasure Hunt Mixed Doubles Bowling Tournament Carnival Midway, Student Center Judging of Snow Sculptures Chicken Supper, Student Center Basketball Game, River Falls vs. Superior Winter Carnival Dance, featuring the music of the Bluenotes. Sunday, February 5 Church Basketball Game, Intramural Team vs. W.R.A. Water Ballet, Water Exhibition, Ice Skating “Heaven Knows Mr. Allison,” movie sponsored by the Social Committee. 5Z — WINTER CARNIVALOf course it's going to snow . . . Carnival chairwomen Judy Daft, Judy Monchilovich, Nancy MacNeil Bowling — at this hour of the morning? CONTEST WINNERS Talent Show: First, Rodney Nelson, drum solo; Second, Clair Brohaugh, interpretive reading; Third, Duane Kuhn, organ music; Most Entertaining, Francine Cockett, hula dance. Beard Contest: Longest, Jim Lukasiewicz; Heaviest, Fred Colman. Treasure Hunt: Pinochle Club Snow Sculpture: First, Prucha Hall; Second, Vet’s Club; Third, F.F.A. WINTER CARNIVAL — 53Teed the Falcon’ Now who will gimme two? With most of the building program on campus completed, die Student Foundation Committee devoted itself this year to putting on the finishing touches. The Foundation goal was to “Feed the Falcon Fund” to “Bring B.B. to R.F.” "B.B.” of course, is the Bronze Bird, die name adopted by students and faculty for the proposed sculpture of a Falcon to be done by John Rood, internationally known sculptor, and placed on the north exterior of Karges Center. The junior clast added to the fa The Falcon Highlight of the Foundation Committee’s drive was the fall auction in the Student Center. When auctioneers Ed Schlumpf and Pat O’Connell sold the last live chicken and after the last of the "gambling booths” had been closed, the final tally showed a Foundation Week (November 7 12) profit of $319.03. A $309 check from the junior class and proceeds from die A.W.S. Valentine Formal, approximately $150, added to the fund. In addition, dances, a “Pennies for Freddy” jar in the cafeteria, the College Bowl, and the Faculty Frolics, which netted an amazing $826.01, brought the yearly total to more than $1700 and the Bronze Bird winging closer to River Falls. Old ‘face — fid? Ace S4 — FOUNDATION WEEK... And Variety They danced at the Cabaret Ronnie Eastman entertained Walton’ Matilda . . . International songfest SPECIAL EVENTS -- 55o:a© The world is very old, And generations pass, as they have passed, A troop of shadows moving with the sun . . . LongfellowXH Gone Miller, Warren Rogers, Dawn Bergstrom, Carol Hanson, Charles E. Smith, Ron Skone, Karl Schmid, Wayne Hendrickson, Jim Norrish, Gary Wagenbach, Dennis Seefoldt. Student Senate Ron Skone Karl Schmid .... Carol Hanson Charles E. Smith President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer It is the aim of the Student Senate to promote the best interests of the college, and to develop a spirit of cooperation and good fellowship through the school. The Senate then acts as a liaison body between the students and the administration. The Student Senate consists of eleven members, four of whom are class presidents. The other mem-ben are elected annually from the student body at large. This group meets weekly on Monday nights, and all interested students and faculty members may attend. This year, the Senate reorganized student organizations into divisions of academic professional, academic interest, academic recognition, religious, social, and social interest. This was due to the fact that so many groups had overlapping functions and activities. A point system was developed and instituted in an effort to stimulate greater competition among the larger organizations for major social events on campus. Under this system, the organization compiling the largest number of points at the end of the year is presented with a trophy for this outstanding achievement. 58 — ORGANIZATIONSStudent Center Governing Board Students and faculty members work together to determine policies for the operation of the Hagestad Student Center at the Student Center Governing Board meetings. Three student members, who may be re-appointed following years, are selected by the Student Senate. The chairman of the group must have served on the Board one year previously. Also on the Board are die vice-president of the Student Senate, and the chairmen of the Student Center Activities, Public Relations, and Social Committees. The faculty representatives, Nancy Knaak, B. J. Rozehnal, Richard Reynolds, Robert Brock, and Earl Lewis, have no voting privileges in Board affairs. The group works closely with the Student Center committees listed above and the Student Senate. Chairman Bob Agranoff Secretary-Treasurer .... Mildred Sieger Mildred beeger, Kenneth ahorski, Jean McMillan, Bob Agranoff. Karl Schmid, Dan Porfilio, Chuck Brief son, Gloria Grover. ORGANIZATIONS — 59Social Committee Chairman ...... Charles Brictson Secretary-Treasurer.Linda Berg Advisors .......Robert Brock Richard Reynolds The Social Committee is comprised of students appointed by the Student Senate to plan and carry out social activities of interest to all students It also assists other groups during all-school events. Seated: Lu Ann Cipov, Edwin Churchill, Edith Walker, Gloria Grover, Gene Miller, Ben Stahl, Becky Heiting, Jean McMillan; Standing: Fred Froelich, Jim DeLestry. Chairwoman ............ Jean McMillan Secretary-Treasurer....Qloria Qrover Advisors......................Richard Reynolds Robert Brock Student Center Activities Committee Jacquelyn Bcrquist, Linda Berg. Jean Albert, Ronald Zirbcl, Mike McEvoy, Charles Brictson In association with the Hagestad Student Center, the Student Center Activities Committee provides a social, cultural, recreational, and educational program for the students, faculty, and alumni of the college. Its members planned a varied program which included art shows, jam sessions, game room activities, and a lecture series. 60 — ORGANIZATIONSS. A. C. Seated: Robert Pruzek, Criss Jelen, Yvonne Hendrickson, Carol Hanson, Judy Daft, Karl Schmid; Standing: Dennis Seefeldt, Harland Carlson, Gary Baum, Eugene Haas, Ray Ko-zub, Frank Fox, James Meacham. Composed of the presidents of all campus organizations, the Student Advisory Council meets to help individual groups solve major problems, and to provide a communication outlet for groups in working together toward the betterment of campus relationships and activities. President ........... Dennis Seefeldt Secretary ..................... Carol Hanson ORGANIZATIONS — 61A.W.S Valentine King and Queen, James Beebe and Florence Nickolaus All women on campus are members of the Associated Women Students organization, which seeks to promote the interests of the co-ed and to plan yearly activities for the group. Comprised of representatives from Hathom Hall, Hathorn Cottage, off-campus homes, commuters, town girls, and members-at-large, the A.W.S. Board serves as a governing body for campus women. The Faculty Women’s Tea, Valentine Formal, Mother’s Day Banquet, Senior Women's Banquet, and a tea for off-campus housemothers were some of their activities this year. The group also co-sponsored the Margaret Bourke-White lecture with the American Association of University Women and co-sponsored a May style show with Hathom Hall. President ...........Kathleen Hartwig Vice-President ................. Edith O'Mera Secretary........... Bernice Amundson Treasurer..........Judith Monchilovich I. A. W. S. Coordinator .... Qloria Qrooer Advisor..................Nancy Knack Row One: Gloria Grover, Crus Jelen, Carol Christensen, Judy Monchilovich, Bemice Amundson, Judy Daft; Row Two: Kay Christianson, Connie James, Kathy Hartwig, Edie O’Mora, Lois Kochenderfer, Carol Murphy, Dodie Braun. 62 — ORGANIZATIONSHathorn Hall President Vice-President .........Qloria Mack Secretary . Treasurer Mary ViUanen Edith Walker Residence Halls The objectives of the councils of the three dormitories on the River Falk campus (Hathorn Hall for women, Prucha Hall and Stratton Hall for men) are to determine and maintain such standards of dorm living which will reflect creditably on campus. They also plan social activities. Stratton Hall President Vice-President Secretary ..... . Treasurer Advisor .. .... John Boom . Jim Lukasiewicz Dave Fellenz Sam tee William Manning Seated: Mary Ann Walsh, Mary Viitanen, Criss Jclcn, Gloria Mack, Edith Walker; Standing: Lona Jean Frank, Edic O’Mera. Prucha Hall President...............Tom Knutson Vice-President..........Don Kocpnick Secretary-Treasurer........Don Rubin Advisor................Qcorge Curtis Seated: Don Stocklcy, Don Ruben, Lyle Lasley, John Hanson, Don Kocpnick; Standing: Ben Stahl, Dale Schickomki, Dean Mead. ORGANIZATIONS - 63Becky Heiling, Jean McMillan, Marion Hawkins, advisor, Marjorie Wallen, Walter Englcr, advisor, James Sdswenk, Jackson Huntley. Chairman Secretary Treasurer Advisors ... Marge Wallen Linda Ruder . Jim Schwenk Nancy Knaak Walter Engler Marten Hawkins James Murphy Foundation Committee The Student Foundation Committee, comprised of students and faculty members with Miss Hawkins as advisor, is concerned each year with raising money for campus goals. This year the project was to raise the funds needed to purchase the Bronze Falcon to place on the front wall of Kargcs Physical Education building. An innovation with this year’s money-raising campaign was the 'College Bowl’ contest with Eau Claire. Falcon victors were Wayne Handles, Richard Moe, Wayne Hendrickson, and John Hanson. James Murphy of the Campus School was master of ceremonies. Dr. Edward Peterson was parliamentarian, and Dr. Allen Love coached the group. $68.50 was collected for the "B.B.”project to add to the $1300 raised from other endeavors. Liberal Arts Committee A new group on campus, the Student Liberal Arts Placement Committee was formed in 1959 to work as a liaison body between seniors enrolled in liberal arts and the Placement Bureau. The group provides employment contacts with leading industries in Minneapolis and St. Paul. James Duming, Ron Skone, and Neil Tollander fostered the orientation of this committee. Co-Chairmen ...............Jim Duming Neil Tollander Ron Skone Advisor..................Qordon Stone Ron Skone, Neil Tollander. 64 — ORGANIZATIONSConcert and Lecture Committee Martin Laakso, David Nichols, William Ammcrman, Chaunccy King, William Abbott, Richard Darr, Floyd Overly, Nicholas Jadinak. Absent: Ronald Perrier, Carol Hanson. Chairman Secretary William Abbott Richard Darr A lecture by Milton Mayer, writer, and concerts by the Rochester Male Chorus and the Pro Arte Quartcte of Madison were in' eluded among the eight programs sponsored by the Concert and Lectures Committee. An organization comprised of students and faculty members, the committee scheduled a balance of musical programs and lectures of various types. They planned the entire year’s program in advance, with the assistance of commercial bookers throughout the United States. Falcon Film Society Chairman Ron Perrier Bringing foreign and American quality films whjch students ordinarily might not have an opportunity to see is the responsibility of the Falcon Film Society, now in its second year of existence. "La Strada,” "Bicycle Thief,” "Orpheus,” “Grand Hotel," "Rash-O-Min,” "Gazebo,” "Carnival in Flanders,” and "I Am a Camera” were shown on campus by the group this year. Clair Brohough, Alan Case, Ronald Perrier, Wayne Wolfe, advisor. ORGANIZATIONS — 65The Season Look Homeward, Angel ................... Thomas Wolfe Directed by Dr. Blanche Davis Gloria Mundi .................. Patricia Brown Directed by Barbara Christy The Ugly Duckling ................ A. A. Milne Directed by Ronald Perrier Billy Budd..... Herman Melville Directed by Donald B orchards Theatre The House of Bernarda Alba . Federico Garcia Lorca Directed by Dr. Blanche Daw Drama of Our Times Directed by Dr. Blanche Daw It Should Happen to a Doc Wolf Mankowitz The Sand Box Edward Albee Professor Taranne Arthur Adamov Impromptu ............................ Tad Mosel Yes, No................Fredrick Trautmann God save Captain Vere! — Billy BuddTHERE ARE SO MANY THINGS THE AUDIENCE DOESN'T SEE AND CANT FEEL WITH THE CAST . . . Itchy wigs and make-up under hot lights, (Jim Hay) ordering a few (girls, usually) to clean paint buckets . . . striking the set — and traditional strike night parties. . . throwing pearls against walls for sound effects. . . looking out to see ‘Mama’ Wonderly, second row center, during each performance . . - the comments, the encouragement from Dr. Davis and Mr. Borchert... die personal desire to do well. . . and later, the feeling of ‘being the part on stage and not realizing that there is an audience... the work, the pressure, and the lost feeling when it s all over ... Are these lines all right Doc 'D‘? Robin Hoover, Barbara Webb Do you leant to hear some Keats, Helen? — Look Homeward, Angel Pm famous, people respect me . . Professor Tararma ORGANIZATIONS — 67And we didn’t miss any lines either . . . Jerry Dantzman, Jim Rankin I hope things go all right.. . Darlene Erickson 1 can’t stop thinking about opening night . . . Barbara Webb Behind the lights... 68 — ORGANIZATIONS Dave Frazer operated the newly-installed intercom system backstageAlpha Psi Omega The national honorary dramatics fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega, is represented on campus by the Iota Beta cast, whose members work with the Masquers to co sponsor plays and plan dramatic activities. Membership in the group is based on points earned through on and back stage work and their new members were formally initiated in May. President ... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Advisor ...... .... Ron Perrier .. Clair Brohaugh Melania Wolodko Paul Kelly Blanche Daw Clair Brohaugh, Melania Wolodko, Alan Case, Ron Perrier. Dave Madis. Doug Johnson, Jim Rankin. Masquers All students who are interested in various phases of dra» matics are welcome to join Masquers. This group promotes interest in and understanding of drama. Experience in the theatre is gained by working on actual productions during the year. President.......... Vice-Pres.'Secretary Treasurer ......... Advisor............ Donald Negard .....Steve Hay . Bev Monette Donald Borchardt ORGANIZATION 9 — 69 Row One: Sandra Appleby, Mavis Grover, Bev Monette, Sandra Anderson, Bev Bosinske; Row Two: Charles Poultcr, Jim Hay, Julie Albrecht, Bev Roth, Dave Fraier, Thomas Bracks, Steven Hay.Music 1960-61 was another year of growth for the music department as the band moved from its quarters in the “chicken coop” to its new home in the converted girls’ gymnasium. Under the direction of Dr. William Abbott, the Symphonic Band is composed of students who are interested in playing musical instruments. The College Choir, directed by Chauncy King, consists of those students who are interested in choral literature of various periods. The traditional Christmas concert was one of the highlights of the musical year of the choir. Led by Dr. Abbott for the second year, the Men’s Chorus has continued to grow in musicianship. Lighter music is sung by these young men who are not necessarily music majors. Mr. Dejong directed the Brass Ensemble, made up of ten students who specialized in playing music of contemporary composers. 70 — ORGANIZATIONSChoir President Business Manager Secretary Librarian ....... ..... Qene Haas David Qerig Mildred Qustafson . Carol Murphy Men’s Chorus President...... William Olson Publicity Chairman Ronald Naggatz Business Manager . Duane Kuhn Men’s Chorus Personnel First Tenor Toro Davee Gary Kahl Stewart Anderson Ted Falkenberg Bob Kowalcxyk Dennis Grivna John Flynn Duane Kuhn William Olson James Kallevang LuVcmc Nielsen Paul Ringlicn William Pippcngcr Winston Olson Don Ruben Warren S ten berg Second Tenor Donald Ruedy Dale Swenson Edwin Churchill David Elias Dale Schickowski Brad Taft Jetty Fchlen Bass Accompaniment Victor Martinson Larry Agema David Gerig Ronald Naggatx Grant Burdick Albin Peterson Nels Christensen James Schwcnk Thomas Earl Ronald Gehler Baritone Donald Grivna Robert Armitagc Doug Haugestuen Robert Augustine Larry Hopkins CHOIR PERSONNEL First Soprano Wanda Mac Guse Millie Gustafson Virgcnc Havlik Coninc Hribar Anne Laue Janice Lundberg Linda Seipel Judith VandcBerg Gail Volleit Second Soprano Dianne Bum Mcredythe Harris Sharon Holden Carol Murphy Edith O’Mera Carmen Podell Linda Wagcnbach Dc An Wickboldt Patricia Wiff First Tenor Walter Culver Kenneth Goldsmith Howard Heisc Second Tenor Ronald Naggatx Donald Neste Jim Poulter Douglas Traastad Warren Wilson First Alto Sue Dorgan Darlene Erickson Muriel Hanson Maxine Hexum Kathleen Schaffer Carol Seefeldt Carolyn Tousley Second Alto Lois Fanner Rochelle Jensen Leila Gerig Verona Schmidt First Bass Ken Fenton Dave Gerig Duane Kuhn Dave Nichols Neil Nordquist James Schwcnk Don Trudell Second Ban Robert Augustine Roy Englebert Gene Haas Bill Hickox Lowell Mathison David Zcrahn David Elias organizations — 71President Harland Carlson Clarinet Janice Albrigtson Connie Crownhart Vice-President ... James Schwenk Secretary-Treasurer Anne Adams Judith Daft Business Manaoer .... David Nichols Muriel Hanson Meredythe Harris Glen HOIestad James Kallevang Beverly Monctte BAND PERSONNEL David Nichols Linda Seipcl FLUTE Mary Sucnnen Anne Adams Maren Thomson Karen Larson Wayne Viitanen Mary Viitanen David Zerahn OBOE Alto Clarinet Patricia Grant Laura Marck Mevis Grover Bail Clarinet John Hanson Ann Holzhueter Brass Ense ii David Bultman, Kathleen Schaffer, Gene Haas, Howard Hcise, James Schwcnk, Donald Trudell, Richard Alton, Barbara Bcinc, Dennis Louks, Joe Alms. — ORGANIZATIONS Alto Saxophone Dianne Burn Harland Carlson Linda Nelson Tenor Saxophone Suzanne Drost Bob Kowalczyk French Horn Dianne Dvorak Kathleen Hartwig John Rice Virginia Rogers Tuba Richard Alton Walter Culver Donald Trudell Percusiion Rodney Nelson Louis Papo Robert Vermillion DeAn Wickboldt Comet David Bultman Ronald Christianson David Gerig Eugone Haas Howard Heise Terry Hexum Duane Kuhn Frank Rorvick Kathleen Schaffer James Schwenk Baritone Barbara Beine Nancy Gedatus Mildred Gustafson Maxine Hexum Trombone Joseph Alms Stewart Andonon Sandra Appleby John Flynn Neil Nordquist Albin PetersonM. E. N. C. Concentration Membership in the Music Educators National Conference is comprised of undergraduate music students and those who are interested in various phases of music. It is the purpose of M. E. N. C. to make the students more aware of the music activities in the area, acquaint them with problems of music education, and afford a social medium for them. President......................Donald Trudell Vice-President ........ David Qerig Secretary-Treasurer Mildred Qustafson Business Manager ...... David Nichols Program Chairman ...... James Schwenk Advisor .............. William Abbott Row One: Meredythe Harris, Gail Vollert, Linda Seipel, Bill Dippenger, David Elias, Bob Kowalczyk, Judy VandcBerg, Muriel Hanson; Row Two: James Schwcnk, Harland Carlson, Don Trudell, Dianne Burri, Vonnie Schmidt, Millie Gustafson, Linda Wagenbach; Row Three: Gene Haas, David Gcrig, Walter Culver, Dave Nichols, Michael Drost, Louis Pape. William Abbott, advisor. organizations — 73CH ufch, 'and the ijfraneeli H CFhutchJ are mehibers Jf the . Thc WESLEYfFdUNPAT sited wi5i_thc Methodist Churfch. SS0C1- TCpKlSTfrAN SSOCptTIO . 'i - . r “T m . s, of the, Episcopal Church partibi' ictivities1 of , the CANTERBURY r 'CLTJK see ithe -growth - of-the-Ecumenical Movement. (The viable sign of thi| in the:past year was he formation ; of jwo .ecufnenicalfy sponsored | hon-cretiit courses I' ieri .iiid Chnstumty," ahd “Current Trehds in Religious Though .” The religious erotJpi-in-the academic-world provide to the sfud5hf afi {opp6rt nity (d Test"" j and grow stronger in his faith,: to meet others of. his' own faith, and to iaid7 ini his, general theological education. 1 , Here, jn harmoriy Mtlf others 'of varying backgrounds, the studenf has the; opportunity J to question, to experiment, and; to.find) meaning in what he believes. Lectures, filths, Bible study: Christmiis . caroling, and cost suppers ar§ a few of the I activities whieh all of the religious organizations f sponsor. I The COVENANT CLUB'is affiliated wifh the First Covenant Church. The student group associated with the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church is the LUTHERAN STUDEN+ ASS C AliON. ' The NEWMASl CLUB is J part of the I Roman Catholic Church. ,Newman Club Row One: Wayne Hermann, George Berger, John Brey, Michael Droit, Jerome Bambenek, Douglas Weber, Mark Daoust; Row Two: Don Jaworski, Sylvester Socha, Robert Heagle, Edmund Germain, Richard Zuke, Dennis Peissig, Don Holewinski, Alex Romanowski; Row Three: Leroy Goodenough, Gabriel Zawadxki, Lorentz Feltes, Lyle Lesley, Max Klecker, Tom Brickner, Jerome Hungcrford, George Bloom, Oz Hegenbarth, Bob Lukas, Fred Meyer. Row One: Marlene Czcrwonka, Laura Marek, Fran Rathsack, Judi Hannon, Maureen Traynor, Jean Kotts, Karen Wean; Row Two: Becky Heiting, Maty Roberts, Joan Kucchlcr, Corrine Hribar, Dorothy Foster, Mabel Miller, Margaret Scbommcr; Row Three: Lob Kochendeifer, Jean McMillan, Suzanne Drost, Marion Kapusta, Faye Campbell, Jeanne Crownhart, Bernice Around son, Mary Ziegcwcid. President ............. Michael Drost First Vice-President . Sylvester Socha Second Vice-Pres.....Lou Kochenderfer Recording Secretary.......Mabel Miller Corresponding Secretary Jane Finn Treasurer ...........Jerome Bambenek Chaplain........ Father Joseph Higgins ORGANIZATIONS — 75President ........ Yvonne Hendrickson Vice-President ...... Roberta Farmer Secretary........................Lois Farmer Treasurer .................Judy Daft Row One: Lcora Klapel, Linda Gore, Judy Daft, Lois Farmer, Roberta Fanner, Yvonne Hendrickson; Roto Two: Carol Myhtc, Merlyn Jones, Ray Kozub, Carl Zache, Russ Helwig, Ed Churchill, Karen Daft. L. S. A. Row One: Kenneth Olson, Orwell Hagen, Dale Swenson, LeRoy Norderhaug, Lief Gigstad, Warren Stenberg; Roto Two: Yvonne Hendrickson, Kristen Engebreth, Carol Myhre, La Donna Lewis, Rochelle Jenson, Linda Nelson, Sharon Collamore, Lee Andra Erickson, Helen Rudell, Patty Kraft, Roberta Fanner, Linda Wagenbach, Karen Engebreth; Row Three: Lynn Brosi, Myron Hall, Douglas DeBoer, Ronald Berg, Gary Albertson, Darwin Bredahl, Victor Bekkum, Dale Romsos, Ray Christenson, Dick Jensen, Ray Kozub, Gary Wagenbach; Row Four: Neal Melby, James Axness, Arvin Jacobson, Michael Mellgren, Durwood Amundson, Roger Mathison, Harvey Amundsen, Douglas Traastad, Neil Nordquist, Don Stockley. President..... Vice-President Secretary ... Treasurer Advisors Warren Stenberg ...Marge Wallen Sharon Collamore ...... Dale Swenson ... Philip Anderson Allan Siemers 76 — organizationsWesley Foundation Row Omr: Dorothy Toll, Joyce McKinley, Mcrcdythe Harris, Nancy Fox, Yvonne Hendrickson, Lois Fanner, Deanna Paul, Carol Lowe, Nancy Grace; Row Two: Louise Taylor, Sandra Appleby, Roberta Farmer, Ed Churchill, Russ Helwig, Dick Plumb, Gary Drohman, Harlin Owens, Phillip Thurston, George Beestman, Fred Hunter, Roger Vanous, Frank Fox, Merlyn Jones, Karen Larson. President......................Frank Fox Vice-President........Joyce McKinley Secretary ............... Nancy Fox Treasurer............Qeorge beestman M. S. M. Representative .. Merlyn Jones Program Chairman Qary Drohman Historian ............ Lois Farmer 'Motive Chairman Roberta Farmer Publicity Chairman ... Fred Hunter Food Chairman .........Curt Thurston W. C. C. Chairman Karen Larson Worship Chairman......Pauline KmefJ Advisors ....... Rev. John McCartney Mrs. Harold Ritchey Covenant Club President ........ Vice-President ... Secretary ..... Treasurer ... Publicity Chairman Music Director ... Advisor ........... ... Robert Pruzek .... Edith 0 Mera . Carolyn Sheldon .... Qcne Erickson ... Lee Bocksell David Nichols Rev. Les Pearson Row One: Marlyce Stunkel, Vonnie Schmidt, Patricia Wiff, Millie Gustafson, Edie O’M era, Mary Lentz; Row Two: Karyn Carlson, Martha Wulff, Garry Blomberg, Leslie Bocksell, Richard Erickson, Carolyn Sheldon, Marlene Northrup; Row Three: Ken Fenton, Dave Nichols, Donald Stellrecht, Robert Pruzek, Elliot Bjurquist. ORGANIZATIONS — 77Row One: Jim Meacham, Judy Better, Barbara Beine, Jenita Tooley, Don Houser; Roto Two: Warren Rogers, David Moore, Charles Carrier, Louis Greub, Don Ruben. President..... Vice-President Secretary ... Treasurer Advisors Jim Meacham Karl Schmid . Carol Freier Don Houser Rev. Memer QUbert Snath Gamma Delta President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Advisors ..... ........ Lyle Lueck ... Charlotte Hentsch ....Marjory Shearer . ... Allen Rosenthal .... Qerhardt Bohn Rev. Raymond Qeist Row One: Lyle Lueck, Nancy Solum, Leora Klapel, Marjory Shearer, Ruth Linse, Connie James, LcRoy Metes; Row Two: Richard Quart, Louis Pape, Ben Hawkinson, Robert Brett, Erwin Kraemer, John Natzke, Lloyd Danke, Ron Gehler. 78 — organizationsBaptist Student Fellowship Marlene Emerson, Dale Emerson, Clyde Ormston. Gary Onmton, Laurie Ann Sunty, Marvin Johnson, advisor, Virginia Rogers; Seated: Merlee Sunty. President..........................Dale Emerson Vice-President ........ Virginia Rogers Secretary-Treasurer ....Merlee Sunty Advisor ...........Rev. Marvin Johnson Canterbury Club President ........ Charlene Bitney Advisors .............C. R. Dahlen Theodore Setterquist Row One: Mary Jane Rusch, Charlene Bitney, Arlene Baxter, Manya Brooke, Gertie McDiarmid, Sue Dorgan; Row Two: Ted Setterquist, advisor, Clark Webster, Jim DcLestry, Leon Headley. Newton Buchner, Donald Neste, C. R. Dahlen, advisor. OKOANIZATIONS — 79Student Voice Darrell Newman Editor, Spring Quarter Pat O’Connell Editor, Fall and Winter Quarters STUDENT VOICE STAFF The regular student publication of the Wisconsin State College at River Falls, Wisconsin. PUBLISHED WEEKLY during the school year except for vacations, holidays, during exams, etc. Subscription rate $3.00 per year. Free to Servicemen. Second class postage paid at River Falls, Wis. Editor............................Patrick M. O’Connell Front Pace Editor......................Datum Bergstrom Sports Editors................Curt Thurston, Jim Norrish Editorial Paoe Editor ................. Nancy MacNeil Photographers ............. Don Blegen, Wayne Harmann Sports Reporters.......Keith Olson, Ed Schlumpf, Warren Rogers, Qancm LenaruJer, Qinrty Rogers, Pat Higgins Ron Zirbel Reporters Advertising Manaobr Business Manaoers Advisor Carol Truttschel, Anne Adams, Darlene Erickson, Kris Engebreth ...............Francis O’Connell Qloria Qrover, Diana Steen Donald Brod 80 — organizationsSupplement Just one more dateline . . . Mary Ziegeweid and Kay Mackey The Student Voice Supplement, as the name implies, is a daily supplement to the Student Voice which runs date lines of daily news, campus announcements, and Channel 2 television schedules. Produced by the ad' vanced journalism class, this publication, a service to the student body, is die only one of its type within the state college system. Prologue Introduced in 1957, the Prologue has become a ‘regular member’ of the College publicity department. The literary magazine, edited this year by Dawn Bergstrom, serves as an outlet for students who wish to do creative work with art and writing. Staff members were: Editor......................Dawn Bergstrom Poetry Editor.................Dianne Dvorak Literary Criticism Editor... Pauline Knieff Essay and Short Story Editor....Karen Halls Art Editor.................. Beverly Monctte Advisor ...................... Floyd Overly An editor s work is never done . . . Dawn Bergstrom and Bev Monette ORGANIZATIONS -- 81Anne Adams, Co'editor Carol Tmttschcl, Co'Cditor Nancy MacNeil, Assistant Editor But I left it right here on the desk! Meletean Keith Olson and Fran O’Connell, Editorial Assistants Warren Rogers, Sports Editor Barbara Nelson, Cover Design Bob Radatz, Artist 82 — ORGANIZATIONSM fifteen copy ready to go? . . . Mr. Harless People walking past the Publications Office in the basement of the Student Center see through the glass window of the door a professional looking horseshoe-shaped copy desk, overloaded tables, a cluttered bulletin board, and scattered ash trays and dishes. Those standing on the outside wonder if they dare come in, while those on the inside hope that they do, for the publications business really isn’t so strange, and visitors are always welcome to this little home. The office story is a story of people, people who work and worry and sweat to get other stories out. Perhaps comments heard around the office will give a glimpse into the lives of those "journalists” in the basement . . . Where did those negatives go? No, you can’t call long distance on that phone . . . Who’s got the file key? The photographers just left . . . Everything HAS to be done this weekend . . . Why doesn’t someone take the dishes upstairs ? The "green monster” is spitting ink again . . . Well, the deadline was yesterday, but . . . Do you think this picture should be cropped? Who took the proportion rule? Here comes Ace . . . We’ve got to have new typewriter ribbons . . . Will you read this copy for me? A party? Three hectic years as phologs . Wayne Hermann, Don Blegen j! g m I1 m ■r And the neighbors yell when I howl. . . Ed'Swami' Schlumpf ORGANIZATIONS — 8jForeign Students Vice-President ..'. Kim KUyoung Secretary .. Arlene Baxter A • ■ • Treasurer.......Ben Bohloul Association m ™ « »» The Foreign Students Association, now in its second year of existence at River Falls, attempts to develop stronger tics with the American people, to present adequate information about foreign peoples, their history, culture, problems, and aspirations, and to encourage foreign students to study fundamental problems facing their countries. Club members raised funds to grant assistance to other foreign students who wish to attend college at River Falls, and represented the college in area programs through speaking and musical performances. Climax of their year was the International Talent Show, which they presented in March. Row Om: Kilyoung Kim, Ini AmirAnoraand, Jacquelyn Bcrgquut, Marion Hawkins, advisor; Row Two: Vilas Nmtham, Lee Chun Suh, Soon Kyu Bai. Hai Ryong Kim. Ben Bohlool, Newton Buchner, Rahim Amirani, Mir Seyedin, Kyu Whan Whang, Woon Ryoum Kim. Row One: Ben Hawkinson, Sam Rincck, Glenn Lee, Bob Agranoff, Ray Metzger, Bill Havlik, Warren Rogers; Row Two: Dick Kottko, Jim Bastian, Charles Bishop, Lowell Mathison, Stanley Berkner, William Kraft, Lyle Flygstad, Edward Johnson, Dean Mielkc, Edward Erickson. Vet’s Club The Veteran’s organization includes those men who have served in any branch of the armed services. The group promotes a feeling of unity and fellowship among its members, discusses current problems on and off the campus, and participates actively in school activities. President Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Advisor ...... ...Ray Metzger Robert Agranoff Alan Flygstad Bernard Berger . Qerhardt Bohn 84 — ORGANIZATIONSRote One: Jerry Stem, Duane Jenson, Tom Overman, John Lynch, Tom Sackett, Gary Wagenbach, Tom Brick-ner, Jim Meacham, Fred Coleman; Rote Tteo: Karl Schmid, Mick Rogers, Gary Scharfenberg, Toby Garey, Don Koepnick, Barry Lindsay, Gordon Olson, Bob Radatx. 'R’ Club President.............Michael Collins Vice-President.........Fred Colman Secretary-Treasurer .... Frank Qombold To promote a clear and cooperative spirit of goodwill relationship with the faculty, the student body, R club members, and other organizations on campus is the objective of this club, which is comprised of those men who have been awarded the red R’ in some area of athletics. Row One: John Doyle, Gary Burke. Thomas Pride, Bill Halverson, Bob Dawson, Galen Seipel, Larry Ellingson, John Rassbach; Row Two: Ed Schlumpf, Jim Ticknor, Bob Nilscn. Harold Rivard. Mick Collins. Jim Blank, Mike Wisk-erchen, Dennis Louks. ORGANIZATIONS — 85W.R.A The Women's Recreation Association pro-motes sports and recreational activities among the women cm campus. This aim was accomplished by participating in tournaments, sports days, and high school play days. This year the group formed a synchronized Swimming Club which had a swimming clinic for its members during the winter quarter. Row One: Geri Bents, Ann Holzhueter, Edic O’Mcra, Gcorgcann Younggren, Kay Holmes, Pat Grant, Zita Martin; Row Two: Marjory Shearer, Jean Byhre, Bonnio Lind, Donna Wintrone, Dodic Braun, Grace Maule, Kay Mackey, Merlee Sunty, Ginny Rogers; Row Three: Gerry Beggs, Sue Dorgan, Carol Leach, Helen Wright, Nancy Fox, Judy Johnson, Nancy Schmid, Maty Phillips. President ... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer ..... Publicity Manager Business Manager Advisor ......... Dorothy Braun .. Jean Byhre ... Nancy Fox ... Patricia Qrant .. Virginia Rogers ... Edith O’Mera Emogene Nelson Fathom Falcons Newly-organized, the Skin Diving club seeks to provide its members with an opportunity to learn skin diving, life saving, and water safety. President ............. Jerry Strackbein Vice-President...................... Jim Hirschinger Secretary-Treasurer.......Fred Mikrut Advisor .............. Richard Reynolds Seated: Melania Wolodko, Jim Hay, Bev Bosinske, Steven Hay, Robert Fritz. Jim Hirschinger; Standing: Darwyn Bierscenk, Howard Peterson, Gerald Strackbein. 86 — ORGANIZATIONSSitzmarkers Row One: Sue Dorgan, Mariann Loyas, Nancy Standiih. Linda Berg, Jean Albeit, Claudia Graske, Linda Gore; Row Two: Jo Anne Reiter, Chuck Brictson, John Ncucnfddt, Ben Stahl, Jay Sharp, Gary Kampf, Tom Overman, Tom Fusser, Dave Frazer, Thomas Brocks, Bob Cross, Barbara Korsmo. Sitzmarkers, the college ski club, aims to teach and practice skiing methods. Old and new skiers are provided with a chance to learn the sport and to participate in the recreational trips which the group takes during the winter months. President .............Chuck Brictson Vice-President John Neuenfeldt Secretary-Treasurer .... Barbara Korsmo Advisor ...............Robert Bailey Chess Club The Chess Club meets to discuss and play the "Game of Kings.” The members hope to develop an appreciation for the game and invite students to learn its skills with them. Earl Burton was named chess champion, with Roger Karras as runner up, in one of the annual tournaments on campus. Chess Club President Treasurer Secretary Advisor .... .... Bill Finley .....Carl Iiagestad Barbara Kannmachcr ........ Peter Muto Seated: Lane Esswcin, Melania Wolodko; Standing: Roger Vnnous, Gerald Holt, Tom Brickner, Bill Finley. ORGANIZATIONS — 87Pinochle Club President....... Vice-President Secretary ..... Treasurer Sargeant at Arms Advisor Thomas Cuskey Paul Wright Bob Cross Bob Radatz Rich Miller Robert Bailey Row One: Bob Cross, Tom Davee, Leroy Goodenough, Jay Sharp, Jerry Stem, Bruce Larson, Jim Fischer, Bob Halverson; Row Two: Maurice LeBreck, Tom Overman, John Miller, Larry Fleischauer, Mike Olson, Duane Jenson, Fred Johnson, Larry Green-wold; 'P‘: Gary Burke, Bob Radatz, Roger Bebie, Don Cuskey, Paul Wright, Gene Kirk, Forrest Johnson. A new social group on campus, the Pinochle Club encourages a helpful and friendly atmosphere within the student body. The club also promotes social events and the playing of pinochle. 88 — ORGANIZATIONSPresident .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Advisors ..... .... Sue Tollander ... Mildred Seeger ......Diana Steen .. Muriel Peterson ......Vera Moss Dorothy Kleinpell Marion Wolfe Rote One: Muriel Hanson, Barbara Sobottkc, Erma Michaclson, Julie Albrecht, Sue Tollander, Jean McMillan, Kathy Hartwig, Gayle Wembcrg, Roto Ttoo: Jane Finn, Nancy Fox, Kari G-men, Gloria Mack, Diana Steen, Gloria Grover, Criss Jelen, Edith Walker, Joan Frank, Mary Viitanen; Roto Three: Jcanie Crownhart, Judy Monchilovich, Judy Harmon, Judi A, Voelker, Anne Adams, Jean Albeit, Carol Seefeldt, Carol Hanson, Linda Berg, Bemice Amundson. Sigma Chi Sigma is a local honorary social society for women students. Its threefold purpose is service, culture, and sociability. A girl must maintain a high grade average and posses desirable personality and character traits to be considered for membership, which is by invitation only. organizations — 89Row One: Roberta Farmer, Ann Laue, Carol Tnittschel, Irene Lundc, Charlotte HcntjcH; Row Two: Gary Nelion, Jo Belfiori, Charles Bishop, Earl Finder, Gene Kirk, Brad Taft, Glen Enel, Don Wcbcrt, Mike McEvoy. Young Republicans President ..............Charles Bishop Vice-President............Larry Hopkins Secretary...............Joanne Belfiori Treasurer ..............Bob Richardson Advisors ............... Qilbert Smith Arthur Johnson Election year — i960 — was filled with contests, campaigns, and crisis. The Young Republicans on campus continued to support their candidate, Richard Nixon, even after John Kennedy was inaugurated as thirty-fifth president of the United States. The purpose of the political organizations on campus, the Young Republicans and Young Democrats, is to give the members an opportunity to gain experience with campaign techniques, to view issues at the local, state, and national levels of government, and to get a general look ‘behind the scenes of politics. 90 — ORGANIZATIONSRote One: Zita Martin. Dawn Bergstrom. Marlene Czerwonka, Bev Monette, Barb Buck. Barbara Sobottke, Carol Hanson, Elaine Christensen; Row Two: Jim Mcacham, Kay Mackey. Dorothy Toll, Sandra Appleby, Mary Suennen, Mary Phillips, Grace Made, Ron LaGrander, John Wiskercben. Mike Wiskercben; Row Three: Robert Wynveen, Dave Stodola, Gary Baum. Larry Johnson. Marlin Seifert, John Ruemmelc, Tom Steele, Ray Kozub, Don Rohl; Rows Four: Gary Kampf, Stan Carlson, Wendell HOIskotter, Charles Johnson, William Dueholm. Young Democrats Chairman ..............Ron LaQrander Vice Chairman ......... Jim Meacham Recording Secretary .. Dawn Bergstrom Corresponding Secretary Carol Hanson Treasurer.............. Dave Stodola Advisors .............. Richard Dan QUbert Smith Row One: Diana Steen, Mary Viitanen, Karen Gattcn, Etma Michael son. Claudia Graske, Yvonne Hendrickson, Janet Whitmore, Nancy Schmid; Roto Two: Roger Vanous, Max Klecker, Jim Racthcr, Ronald Brucks, Warren Rogers; Row Three: Jim DcMarcc, Jim Nelson, Robert Beeson, Jerome Hungerford, David Johnson, Terry Reinhardt. ORGANIZATION'S — 91Agrifallian Society The Agrifallian Society is designed to promote fellowship among the liberal arts agriculture students. It aims to help its members become acquainted with employment opportunities early in their college years and to aid them in job placement after graduation. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisor Dale Swenson Allen Rosenthal Donald Webert .. John Holman Leland Wittwer Row One: John Holman. Allen Rosenthal, Dale Swenson, Don Wcfccft, George Sekaney. Norman Schnagl. Robert Speich; Row Two: L. S. Wittwer, advisor. Victor Bekkum, Bob Hanson, Ron Zignego, Ron Zirbel, Ray Weiscnbcck, Telford Norvold, Albert Obctmucller, James Axness. William Boetsch, Jim Orr. Collegiate 4-H Row One: Ed Churchill, Gcorgcann Younggren, Zita Martin, Kent Keen-lyne, Eugcno Romsos, Loren Wolfe; Row Two: Lynn Brosi, Grant Bur-dick, Janice Albrightson, Joan Schmanski, Judy Betler, Dolores Dahl, Alice Lareen, Leo Andra Erickson, Virginia Akins, advisor; Row Three: LaVeme Doenier, Gary Gaard, Bruce Prause, Louis Greub, Harlin Owens, LeRoy Meles, Thomas Smn. Don Rubin, Anthony Jilek. Formed this winter, the College 4 H Club serves as an outlet for members to gain specific leadership training in 4-H work and to come in contact with other 4-H members and leaders. The group attempts to develop better 4 H Clubs, to exchange material and ideas with similiar groups, and to carry out projects which will benefit the Club, the school and the community. President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Reporter ..... Historian .... Advisors ..... ... Edwin Churchill ......Kent Keenlyne ... Zita Martin ...... Qene Romsos ... Loren Wolfe Qeorgeann Younggren ...... Virginia Akins James Dollahon 9» — ORGANIZATIONSF. F. A Row One: Howard Brockman, Frank Fox, Dan Porfilio, Galen Seipel, Robert Hcagle, Sam Rmcck, Don Rob), Jerome Bambenek, Allen Dickson; Row Two: David Anklcy, Bob Heiberg, John Brey, Charles Johnson, Richard Klug, Carl Huebner, Darryl Derricks, Don Holewinski. LeRoy Meles, Eddie Gregorich, Dick Plumb, Donald Jaworski, Richard Dclorir, advisor; Row Three: Lowell Bale, Wendell Hfllskotter, William Duebolm, George Becstman, John Ruemmele, Jake Bursik, Ronald Christophenon, Durwood Amundson, Erwin Kraemer, Donald Oncsti. The Future Farmer of America organization is concerned with the development of leadership in rural life. Participation in the collegiate F.F.A. chapter also gives the prospective vocational agriculture teacher many opportunities to improve his capacity as an advisor to a high school chapter. President ...... Vice-President .. Secretary ...... Treasurer ..... Reporter ....... Sentinel ....... Advisor ........ Faculty Advisor.. FALL Lowell Baltz ...... Jake Bursik ....... Ron Christopherson .. Frank Fox.......... Jerome Bambenek .... John Kilmer........ John Brey ......... Richard Delorit.... WINTER Dan Qorton Larry Johnson ... Howard Brockman . Erwin Kramer .... David Moore...... David Ankley..... Roger Christy.... SPRING James Meacham Dale Edlin Dan Porfilio Charles Roskos Edward Cunningham Richard Erickson (jeorge Becstman Row One: Harvey Amundson, Harlin Owens, Orwol! Hagen, Don Ruben, Charles Bishop, Glen Ertcl, Richard Erickson, Theodore Falkcnbcrg; Row Two: Dan Gorton, Bill Havlik, Jerome Fehlcn, Raymond Nelson, LaVeme Doenier, Gerald Palesh, Roger Christy, Richard Quast, James Meacham, Lynn Brosi; Row Three: Larry Johnson, George Berger, Louis Greub, Darwin Zein-ert, David Moore, Robert Brett, Wayne Harmann. ORGANIZATIONS — 93President ........Thomas Steele Vice-President....David Stodola Secretary-Treas.Marlene Czweronka Program Chairman .Harold Pederson Advisors ......... O'Neal Mason Robert Polzm Chemistry Club The Chemistry Club, an affiliate chapter of the American Chemistry Society, seeks to promote and develop the member's leadership and professional interest within the Held of chemistry. Rote One: Tom Stoclc, Paul Wright, Marlene Czerwonka, Barbara Buck, Elaine Christensen, John Wiskerchen, Clare Hewitt, Chlom Petersen; Rote Two: John Boom, Garry Blombcrg, Myles Franklin, Terry Hcxum, Dave Stodola, Gene Kirk, Samuel LaBar, Marlin Seifert, Robert Kuher. Bill Johnson, Douglas DeBoer, O’Neal Mason, advisor. Mathematics Club Rote One: Lillian Gough, advisor, Joan Lenselink, Marlyce Stunkel, Muriel Peterson, Marlene Czcrwonka, Carolyn Sheldon, JoAnna Paulson; Rote Tteo: Raymond Kozub, Russ Helwig, Jim Gutting, Oz Hegenbarth, Dave Stodola, Robert Wynveen, Tom Steele, Lloyd Van Someren; Rote Three: Neal Prochnow, Gary Drohman, Gerald Holt, Gary Baum, Stan Carlson, Bob Pmzek, Paul Becvar, Jon Fisk, Robert Willson, advisor. Open to all students interested in mathematics, the Mathematics Club promotes the interest and understanding of mathematics outside the classroom. Its members participate in the annual High School Science Fair. President ........... Raymond Kozub Vice-President ......Robert Wynveen Secretary-Treasurer .. JoAnna Paulson Publicity Chairman David Stodola Advisor ............. Lillian Qough 94 — ORGANIZATIONSEconomics Club Row One: Richard Darr, advisor, Darrell Peterson, Lloyd Gilbert, Warren Rogers, Eugene Thompson, Gilbert Smirh, advisor; Row Two: Valmer Bar rows. Merlin Olson, Terry Reinhardt, Ron Skone, Richard Sorensen, Darryl Derricks, Thomas Bcnick; Row Three: Kenneth Zahorski, Lowell Daguc, George Monchilovich, Neil Tollander, Jim Nelson, Scott Muller. Made up of majors and minors in economics, the Economics Club seeks to stimulate an interest in the field of economics. The organi-zation brings in practicing economists who are acquainted with the problems and opportunities in business, and obtains information concerning job placement and graduate schools for its members. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisors Lloyd (filbert Warren Rogers Norman Hanson Scott Muller Richard Dan Qilbert Smith Physics Colloquium Co-Chairmen.............Qory Baum Robert Wynveen Advisor ................ Earl Albert The Physics Colloquium aims to stimulate interest in various aspects of physics and to give members experience in transmitting the information found in their research to other members of the organization. An annual activity is participating in the Science Fair for high school students. Row One: Run Helwig, Gary Baum, Muriel Petenon, Robert Wynveen, Tom Steele; Row Two: Earl Albert, advisor, Ray Kozub, Paul Bccvar, Loren Albert. Marlin Seifert, Robert Pruxek, Clare Hewitt, William Miller. ORGANIZATIONS — 9$Beta Beta Beta Of interest to undergraduates in the biology curriculum. Beta Beta Beta is a national honorary society. The biology program is enriched through this organization, as subjects are considered which are not included in the class-room presentations. President ... Vice-President Secretary ... Treasurer ... Historian.... ..... John Butler . 'Bernard Berger Qayle Wemberg ... Carol Seefeldt Bernice Amundson Row One: Carol Seefeldt, Manya Brooke, Jean Anne Kora, Elaine Christensen, Nancy Grace, Bernice Amundson, Gayle Weraberg; Row Two: Jerry Svendsen, Larry Brooke, James Ruder, Harry Anderson, Lowell Balls, Gary Wagenbach, Dennis Gilbertson, Wayne Handlos, Tom Keefer, Bernard Berger, John Butler, Rodney Nelson, B. H. Kcttelkamp, advisor. Row One: Roberta Fanner, Diana Steen, Yvonne Hendrickson, Gloria Grover, Judy Hannon, Karen Larson; Row Two: Mary Viitanen, LaDonna Lewis, Harland Carbon, Donovan Olson, David Johnson, Robert Pruzek, Charles Stewart, Nancy Solum, Rosella Aubert. Psychology Club The Psychology Club, made up of psychology majors and minors, was organized to offer an opportunity to advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare. Speakers and films aided the group in achieving these goals.. President........ Vice-President .. Secretary ....... Treasurer ....... Program Chairman Advisor.......... Yvonne Hendrickson Robert VemrilHon . Roberta Farmer Harland Carlson .....Jerry Martens .... Wilfred Harris 96 — ORGANIZATIONSRow One: Carol Myhre, Charlotte Hontsch, LeRoy Norderhaug, Lois Stoffenhagen, Mary Tonn; Row Two: Incs Schubert, Judy Steffcnhagen, Sondra Paulson, Beverly Nielsen, Mary Suennen, Ernst Jurgens, advisor. President ............... Mary Suennen Vice-President.........Lois Steffenhagen Secretary-Treasurer Charlotte Hentsch Advisor...................Ernst Jurgens- • Die Deutsches Gesellschaft To take a tour of France or Germany—an arm-chair tour, that is—is accomplished by Le Cercle Francais and Die Deutsches Gesellschaft when the members study the arts, manners, customs, and geography of the respective countries. These clubs supplement the instruction of the languages and culture of the college classroom. Clair Brohaugb, Meredythe Harris, Anne Adams, Judy Hannon, Dave Nichols. Le Cercle Francais President.............Clair Brohaugh Vice-President ....... Judy Harmon Secretary-Treasurer .. Meredythe Harris Advisor ........................ Jay Qossner ORGANIZATIONS — 97Rote One: Carol Myhre, Yvonne Hendrickson, Barbara Christy, Judy Monchilovich, Mabel Miller, Patty Kraft, Judy Daft, Roberta Fanner, Mary Ziegoweid; Rote Two: James Meacham, Mary Ellen Brae, Lois Farmer, Louise Taylor, Charlotte Hentsch, Frances Rothsack, JoAnna Paulson, Connie Crownhart, Marlene Czerwonka, Jenita Tooley, Louella Skar, Doanna Paul, Dorothy Toll, Dan Porfilio; Row Three: Russ Hclwig, Dale Emerson, Don Cardell, Erwin Kraemer, Lowell Mathison, Dennis Gilbertson, George Bccstman, Neil Nordquist, Phillip Thurston, Douglas DeBoer. President.......................Russ Helwig Vice-President ......... Dan Porfilio Secretary .......... Barbara Christy Treasurer.............. Wilma Smith Publicity Chairwomen .. Dorothy Toll Roberta Farmer Advisor .............. Naunda Tiets The Student National Education Association has as its goal the fostering of professional understandings, practices, and attitudes of college students who plan to enter the educational field. Programs which will acquaint the future teachers with their chosen profession are planned by die group. Kappa Delta Pi Encouraging high professional, intellectual, and personal standards among its members, and recognizing outstanding contributions in die field of education are purposes of Kappa Delta PL President . Vice-President.... Secretary ........ Treasurer ........ Historian-Reporter John Ruemmele Mary Suermen Muriel Peterson .. Ken Zahorski Jack Huntley Row One: Mazy Ziegewesd, Karen Garten, Muriel Peterson, Kathleen Hartwig, Darlene Dusck. Mildred Sccger; Row Two: Dan Porfilio, Wayne Harmann, Jackson Huntley, Dale Edlin, John Ruemmele, Russ Helwig, Allan Siemers, advisor. Walker Wyman advisor. 98 — ORGANIZATIONSAtelier Ben Stahl. Fred Hunter, Doug Johnson, Barbara Nelson, Janet Whitmore, Jim Crane, advisor, Bev Monctte, Maty Ann Anderson, Dorothy Toll. President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer .... Advisors ... Mary Arm Anderson Fred Hunter Barbara Nelson Romayne Loudenback William Ammerman James Crane Kurt Wild The campus art club. Atelier, plans and carries out programs of interest to those in the field of art. This includes discussions concerning various techniques used in painting, sculpturing, and other mediums. The Atelier, meaning “a studio,” members contributed their works to the Fine Arts Festival Student Art Show. A. C. E. Row One: Jeanic Ciownhart, Nancy Fox, Charlotte Hentsch. La Donna Lewis. Judy Stcffcnhagen, Marge Wallen, Karen Gattcn, Lob Fanner; Row Two: Wilma Smith, Gloria Mack, Judy Johnson, Roberta Farmer, Connie Crown-hart, Judy Monchilovich, Pat Grant, Mabel Miller, Lois Steffenhagen, Donna Petterson; Rote Three: Beverly Nielsen, Kathy Hartwig, Carol Myhre, Tom Gunderson, Bob Lindblom, George McCullough, Garwin Lcnander, Judy Daft, Marlene Morse, Gcri Bents. President ..................... Judy Daft Vice-President..........Judy Monchilovich Pledged to serve the interests of individuals who are concerned with Secretary....................Marlene Morse lh« education and well-being of children from nursery through Treasurer Kathleen Hartwig elementary age, the Association of Childhood Education endeavors Publicity Chairman.........Janet Whitmore t0 s,udy current problems of the nursery school, elementary grades, Advisor ........................ Ann Dubbe and t0 P,an programs for children. organizations — 99Pi Kappa Delta Row One: Jean McMillan, Judy Hannon, Carol Hanson, Anita Munson; Row Two: Tom Hinke, John Rice, Jackson Huntley, Wayne Hendrick' son, John Oostendorp, advisor. President . Vice-President Secretary .... Reporter ... Advisor.... .... John Bice . Jack Huntley Anita Munson . Judith Runkle John Oostendorp Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary fraternity whose members have participated in forensic activities. During the year, members organized a high school debate clinic and tournament, and the Intercollegiate Class B Tournament. Forensics The forensics program provides the basis for intercollegiate forensics at River Falls. This year various members of the group participated in the areas of debate, discussion, oratory, extemporary speaking, interpretive reading, public speaking, and after-dinner speaking. Tournaments were attended in Chicago, Minneapolis, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, and St. Paul. Rote One: Judy Bctler, Joan Lenselink, Kac Walker, Barbara Gherty, Judy Runkle, Sharon Collamore, Anita Munson; Row Two; Gary Nelson, Tom Knutson, John Matzke, Bob Gust, John Rice, Jackson Huntley, Tom Hinke, Wayne Hendrickson. OO — ORGANIZATIONSN. C. T. E President........... Vice-President....... Secretary-T reasurer Program Chairman ... Advisors ........... Robert Vermillion Kenneth Zahorski ... Barbara Christy .... Ronald Perrier .. English Faculty The River Falls chapter of N. C. T. E., the first Junior Affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English in the United States, aims to improve the teaching of English at all levels. The organization also tries to familiarize prospective teachers of the English and the language arts with the nature of their profession. Membership is open to anyone in the English curriculum who is not engaged in paid teaching on more than a half-time basis. Row One: Carol Freier, Mary Suennen, Kathy Hartwig, Mary Ziegcweid, Marge Wallen, Mildred Seeger, Jo Ann Schwenk; Row Two: Clair Brohaugh, Carol Truttschcl, Ann Holzhueter, Anne Adams, Carol Hanson, Ronald Perrier; Row Three: Don Negard, Ken Zahorski, Bob Vermillion, Alan Case, Ben Hawkinson. Basil Rathbone — 1961 Fine Arts Festival Ciardi and Chisholm chat — i960 Fine Arts Festival ORGANIZATIONS — IOToastmasters The Toastmasters and the Commentarians enable students to gain experience in public speaking and to leam the fundamentals of parliamentary procedure. Row One: Dan Porfilio, Howard Brockman. Frank Fox, David Ankley. Edward Cunningham, Allen Rosciv dial, Roger Christy, Jim Meacham, Dennis Haller, Roy Englebett; Row Two: Robert Heagle, Larry Ander-son, Ed Gregorich, Edmund Germain, Ken Sorensen, Darryl Derricks, Carl Hucbner, Jerome Bambcnek, Sylves-ter Socha, Fred Meyer, Dave Cook; Row Three: George Berger, Larry Johnson, Lowell Bale, Phillip Thurston, Scon Muller, Josef Kriegl, Durwood Amundson, Erwin Kraemer, John Holman, Gerald Brchm; Row Four: George Bcestman, Theodore Falkenberg. FALL WINTER SPRING President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-aT'Arms Roy Englebert Dale Swenson Allen Rosenthal Dan Porfilio Howard Brockman Qeorge Bcestman Frank Fox Lowell Baltz Jerry Bambinek Qeorge Berger Larry Johnson James Meacham Howard Brockman John Holman Ed Cunningham lOi — ORGANIZATIONSCommentarians Row One: Charles Roskos, Keith Burton, Weldon Woyen-berg, Arlyn Baumgarten, Daniel Gorton; Row Two: Don Rohl, Bob Heiberg, Ronald Christopherson, John Knutson, David Moore. President..........Weldon Weyenberg Vice- President.........Keith Burton Secretary-Treasurer Arlyn Baumgarten Advisor................T. S. Setterqu'ut Orchesis Under the direction of Miss Emogenc Nelson, girls interested in modern dance met as a subsidiary group of the Women's Recreation Association. Although the girls did not form a campus organization, they practiced regularly in die Karges Center “mirror room" to learn and interpret dance skills. In April the group participated in a state-wide dance workshop in Madison. Mary Phillips, Darlene McNamara, Judi Hannon, Barbara Kannmacber, Grace Maule, Fran Rathsack. A““ Laue. Judy Oscn, Karen Garten, Carolyn Tousley. organizations — 10)j9QtlI(39IC|jS . . . Swift as a shadow. ShakespeareFr the second consecutive year. Falcon foot' ball took on a dismal appearance in the won-lost column. Finishing the conference schedule with a single win, four losses, and a tie, they shared the WSCC cellar with Superior and Platteville. The inability to come up with scoring plays hurt the gridders as they garnered more total yardage than the opponents and also topped the first downs column. The unexplainable injury jinx hit the Falcons for the second year as seven regulars suffered crippling disabilities. Indications of the season’s future appeared ejirly as Augsburg won the opener 19 7. Facing a,supposedly weak Northland squad next, the Falcons needed a 31-yard fourth quarter touchdown by Larry Lloyd to win 7-0. In their conference opener before a rain-soaked crowd they battled Superior to a 13-13 tie. In a 20-7 defeat by Eau Claire, Head Coach Fran Polsfoot lost the services of veteran guard Tom Sackett. The most costly defeat was a 13-7 Homecoming loss to Oshkosh as three regulars (Tom Overman, Gary Wagen-bach, and Mick Lauber) sustained injuries. Sour and sweet Saturdays followed each other, for after suffering a humiliating 26-0 defeat at the hands of LaCrosse, they bounced back to knock off title-conscious Stout, 13'6. Closing out their season the football squad dropped games to Stevens Point 35-25 and to Mankato 27-21 for a 2-6-1 overall record. Gaining all-conference honors for the Falcons was sophomore end Duane Tollefson. Mick Lauber, closing out one of River Falls’ finest careers, was drafted by the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. Row On : Fred Colman, Larry Julien, Gary Wagenbach, Lloyd, Jim Blank, Lloyd Gilbert, Duane Tollefson, Karl Ed Vick, Larry Ellington, Duane Jenson, Tom Overman, Dennis Louks, Chuck Smith, Ken Kraft, Howard Hofschild; Coach Byron James. Tollefson Lauber Falcon Football I SEASON’S RECORD River Falls 7 Augsburg 19 River Falls 7 Northland .... 0 •River Falls .. 13 Superior ... 13 •River Falls 7 Eau Claire .... 20 •River Falls 6 Oshkosh 14 •River Falls 0 LaCrosse ... 26 •River Falls 13 Stout 6 •River Falls .. 25 Stevens Point ... 35 River Falls .. 21 Mankato 27 Conference Games Season’s Record — Won 2 Avc. Per Game — RF 14.1 Total Points — RF 99 XO6 — FOOTBALL Lost 6 Tied 1 Opp. 22.9 Opp. 160Gary Burke, John Lynch, Mick Laubcr, Pete Hubin, John Rassbach, Tom Sackctt, Frank Bartzen, manager; Row Two: John Doyle, Ken Mouw, Larry Schmid, Mick Rogers, Dan Hubin, Jim Gropp, Galen Scipel, manager; Row Three: Jim Brill, manager. Bob Dawson, Harold Rivard, Dave Swan, Mike Wiskcrchcn, Tom Brickner, manager; Row Four: Head Coach Fran Polsfoot, Dick Hammelman, Gene Olson, Jim Norrish, Dave Henderson, Row Five: Newton Buchner, manager, Ken Smelcer, Darrel Hess, Clive Edingcr, Mike Olson, Bob Halverson, Jake Lauber, Dick Kottke, Assistant The prelude ‘Moose' surveys prospects FOOTBALL — 107Exciting Football Requires... Practice... Wonderful solitude The ‘automatic w needed Coaching... Experience... Jenson stretches in vain The 'ringleader’ ponders Io8 — FOOTBALLMore Experience... Reliable Reserves... Lloyd encounters trouble Doyle leads the play Jake on the move The offensive unit waits Anticipating the call FOOTBALL — 109And Active Support. Die-hard fans outwit the elements WSCC STANDINGS W L T Whitewater ... 6 0 0 LaCrosse ... 4 2 0 Stout .... 4 2 0 Stevens Point .... .... 4 3 0 Eau Claire .... 3 3 1 Oshkosh ... 3 3 0 Milwaukee .... 2 4 0 River Falls .... 9 4 1 Platteville .... I 4 1 Superior ....I 4 1 This Produces A night to remember TEAM SCORING Results Lloyd TD PAT TP 5 0 30 Jenson 5 0 30 M. Lauber 1 7 x3 J. Lauber .. 1 2 8 Hubin 1 0 6 Vick 1 0 6 Louks 1 0 6 RF 3 9 858 2.6 235 109 x 427 2,285 16 9 57 59 9 5 TEAM STATISTICS OPP Rushing Attempts 4X4 Rushing Yardage 1,600 Yards Per Carry 3-8 Passes Attempted 95 Passes Completed 23 Passing Yardage 39® Total Yardage 1,990 Fumbles 18 Fumbles Lost x3 First Downs'Rushing 85 First Downs'Passing x4 First Downs-Penalties 9 Total First Downs 108 Finis no FOOTBALLFalcon Basketball RIVER FALLS BASKETBALL remained at a low level this year as the 1960-61 squad could only find the winning combination four times in 20 games. Three of these wins were against non-conference foes. Bethel and Winona, and the sole WSCC victory was at the chagrin of Stout in the season’s final appearance and snapped an 11 game losing skein. Falcon cage fans were optimistic as the season opened with the teams high scorer, Charley Johnson, returning and flanked by a duo of big men, Toby Carey and Gary Scharfenberg. Returning to patrol the backcourt were veterans John Lauber and Don Koepnkk. The high hopes were soon deflated as before conference action was initiated, as Johnson and reserve guard Barry Lindsay were lost due to ineligibility. Falcon backers put away their noise makers and settled down for another long winter. Providing the offensive punch for the year were Koepnkk (263), Lauber (241), and Garey (239). River Falls scored 1387 for the season, averaging 69.2 per game, as compared to their opponents 1541 for 77 points a game. Donning the Red and White colors for the final year were Mkk Collins and Darrell Hart.Row i: Don Koepnick, Gordon Olion, Vcm Waniih, Tom Straussor, Mick Collins, Darrel Hart, Tom Sempf; Row 2: Gary Scharfenberg, Toby Garey, George Wolf, Jerry Gotham, Bob Peabody, Wayne Kuss, John Lauber. SEASON ! Auosburo 7' St. Cloud 86 Bethel 66 St. Thomas 44 Eau Claire 59 Winona 75 Superior 66 Bethel 7 Milwaukee 97 Oshkosh 93 LaCrosse 88 Stout 71 St. Cloud 7 Eau Claire 75 Superior 73 Stevens Point 86 Whitewater 81 LaCrosse 86 Mankato 103 Stout 74 RESULTS River Falls 66 River Falls 74 River Falls 87 River Falls 4 •River Falls 58 River Falls 79 •River Falls 55 River Falls 8$ •River Falls 6.1 •River Falls 89 •River Falls 73 •River Falls 58 River Falls 74 •River Falls 64 •River Falls 68 •River Falls 84 •River Falls 74 •River Falls 55 River Falls 57- •River Falls 85 Koepnick drives Anxiety Stevens Point Superior ... LaCrosse ... Whitewater .. Eau Claire .... Platteville . Milwaukee ... Oshkosh...... Stout ....... River Falls .... Home Games x5'5 iS-6 9 3 i3'8 7' 5 io-io 6-6 io-io 6-6 9-12 5-7 8-i i 4-8 8-13 3'9 4'i7 i'll 4-16 WSCC STANDINGS Con. Games 10-2 9'3 12 — BASKETBALLThe stretch An elusive oval Hart for two 1960-61 TEAM STATISTICS G FGA FGM PCT FTA FTM PCT F TP AVE Koepnik 20 269 IOI 38% 87 61 70% 76 263 13-0 Garey 20 239 82 34% 81 5$ 69% 37 220 11.0 Lauber 20 241 76 31% 73 43 59% 49 195 9-7 Sell ARKEN BERG .... 20 162 59 36% 58 40 69% 74 58 7-9 Collins 9 73 S 29% 66 So 76% 52 152 8.0 Hart 9 92 39 42% 47 30 64% 39 108 5-7 Wolf 18 92 39 42% 56 28 50% 36 106 5.6 Johnson 3 49 18 36% 4 7 66% 12 63 2.x Sempf 15 SS IS 27% 35 24 69% 28 54 3-7 Wanish 12 38 12 32% 9 4 44% 3 28 2.3 Gotham 8 9 9 43% 7 3 43% 9 21 2.8 Olson 12 S S 38% 7 I 14% 8 II •9 Greenwald 3 3 1 33% 4 2 $0% 0 4 1.3 Lindsay 1 - E9 - X 100% O O 00% 0 2 2.0 Swartz 3 i z 100% 0 O 00% X 2 .6 Kuss 2 1 0 00% O O 00% 0 O .0 .Strasser 1 0 0 00% 0 O. 00% 0 O .0 Peabody X 1 0 00% 0 O 00% 0 • O •O TOTALS OPP. TOTALS 1451 509 35% 57i 369 65% 435 1387 1541 69.2 77-0 BASKETBALL — I 13V|7restlers provided the bright light in River Falls " athletic fortunes by compiling an 8-3 record and finishing second in the conference meet. Dick Culver, 137 lb.; Dave Garlie, 167 lb.; and Larry Julien, hwt.; won championships for coach Byron James as Superior garnered four titles and relegated the defending champions to second place. At the close of the season Culver, Garlie, Julien, and Jerry Fehlcn, 123 lb., traveled to the N.I.A.I. Small College Championships at Colorado Springs, Colo. Julien put away two opponents to gain the finals only to lose to this everpresent nemesis, Jerry Wcdemeier. of Winona, 2'I. Victory or Defeat? Julien i Falcon Qarlie Wrestling INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS Larry Julien W 15 L 1 T 2 Dave Garlie .15 2 0 Arvin Jacobson ... .12 3 0 Dick Culver .11 2 0 Jerry Halverson .10 S 0 Jerry Feblbn 7 6 2 Marvin Gorres .. 4 5 0 Larry Warhol 3 0 0 Del Cook ... 3 0 0 Jim Kan able 3 4 2 Charles Poulter 2 1 0 Bob Culver . 2 1 0 Jim Blaha . 2 2 0 Wayne Garlie . 2 6 0 Mick Hall . 2 7 0 Tom Braun . . 1 0 0 Clyde Ormstrom . 1 2 0 Dave Bartels . 0 1 0 Dale Diedrick • 0 1 0 I «4 .— WRESTLING CuhxrTwo for a takedown WRESTLING — IISFehlen Knable Culver Qorres Qarlie throws the half in I 16 — WRESTLINGJacobson Qarlie Halverson Julian SEASON’S RECORD River Falls ... 5 Bloomsburg ....... 20 River Falls.... 9 Superior ......... 19 River Falls ...22 Macalester ........ 8 River Falls.. .27 Stout.............. 5 River Falls. .. 16 Moorhead ......... 13 River Falls....21 Carleton ......... 13 River Falls....33 Gustavus Adolphus o River Falls ... 8 Winona ........... 19 River Falls ... 18 Stevens Point ..... 6 River Falls ...28 Stout ............. o River Falls....31 Eau Claire ......... 3 Completing his second year at River Falls, Head Wrestling Coach Byron James has compiled an overall record of 18 wins, 5 losses, and one tie. In conference meets his teams have placed first and second. Fehlen in trouble WRESTLING — I I 7HPwo more intercollegiate athletic teams were inaugurated during the 1960-61 sports’ year. The installation of the new swimming pool warranted the formation of a swimming team, only the third such team in the Wisconsin State College Conference. A bowling team was entered in the newly formed Midwest Inter - collegiate Bowling Conference. BOWLING The Falcon keglers finished the season in fifth place with a 26-22 record, one game behind Bradley and Platteville who had 27-21 records. Vic Londo’s 183 average topped the team, followed by Jim Filkins 176, Dennis Seefeldt 173, Len Hofmann 170, Jer Brehm 168, and Ron Williams 163. Whitewater won the traveling trophy at the conference rolloffs with 89.87 Peterson points; LaCrosse 86.20, Bradley 80.70, and Platteville 78.57 followed. SWIMMERS In their first year of college competition River Falls dropped a practice meet to Gustavus Adolphus 80-23, lost a tight dual meet with Hamline 48-33, and were defeated at home twice; La-Crosse 76-26, Winona 75-28. Jerry Stackbein scored the Falcons’ only first, wining the 60 yard freestyle during the Hamline meet. John Foss, Coach, Jim Filkins, Len Hofmann, Pat O’Connell, Ron Zirbel, Ron Williams, Vic Londo, Jerry Brehm, Dennis Seefeldt, A1 Rosenthal, Norm Gailie. Roto 1: Ben Bohloul, Chuck Ames, David Nelson, Jack Gagnon, Dave Fcllcnz, Tom Cuskey; Row 2: Jerry Strackbein, Dick Kottke, Fred Mikrut, Grant Johnson, Jim Hinchinger, Ron Lindeberg, Coach, Dick Zamiahn. 118 — WINTER SPORTSPerfect form Vic Londo etched his name on one of sport’s most coveted rolls Monday, Feb. 6, as he strung twelve strikes in a row for a perfect 300 game. The masterpeice was the first at Collins Lanes, River Falls, and the first in the Midwestern InterCollegiate Bowling Conference. The Falcon Keglers were bowling Stevens Point. Londo finished the night’s action with a 649 series, flanking his 300 with 174 and 175. He com' pleted the conference season with a 183 average and is currently carrying a 175 in intramural action. WINTER SPORTS — I 19D ASEBALL PROSPECTS as the Meletean went to press took on a dismal appearance as the new roster is minus twelve veterans and shows only four returning veterans. The pitching hopefuls with any college experience dwindles to only the transplanted gardener, Frank Gombold and sophomore Eddie Gregorich. Coach Don Page will have to rely on freshman prospects and face a rebuilding season. Row i: Kcrmit Summon, Vcm Wanish, Bob Nilsen, Bob Cross, Dick Larrabee, Mick Rogen, Bill Halverson; Row 2: Richard Quasi, Joe McDaniel, Jim Raether, Bob Endres, Joe Endrcs, Elroy Rasmussen. ' I 'ennis, under the new direction of Byron James, will feature returning veterans A1 Rosenthal, Mike Lukowicz, and Grant Johnson. Newcomers to aid the net-ters quest for recognition are Larry Greenwald, Jerry Dexter and Dick Jensen. A1 Rosenthal, Jerry Dexter, Dick Jensen, Mike Luko-wicz. 120 — SPRING SPORTSO peedsters Tom Pride, Duane Jenson, and Jerry Halverson; hurdler Gordie Olson, and weightmen Gary Wagcnbach, Harold Rivard, Bob Radatz, and Glen An derson will form the neuclus of the 1961 track team. Head Coach Fran Polsfoot also will expect help from freshmen polcvaultcrs Wayne Couch and Gaylcn Bunce, Jim Me Adam, freshman distance man, and Dennis Louks, high jump. Top point getters missing from last year’s squad are Rog Huscr, Frank Sprenger, Fred Colman, and Dan Tect-zen. Row I: John Dykstra, Jeny Jenson, Gordon Olson, Lorentz Fcltcs, Tom Finer, Tom Pride; Row a: Tom Keefer, Harold Rivard, Paul Wright, Morgan Graham, Lance Hittmann, Paul Leo Kelly, Duane Jenson; Row 3; Leon Headly, Bill Weimcr, Jerry Halverson, Neil Nordquist, Newton Buchner. Picture of consistency — Leon Headley TE alcon linesmen, with three returning lettermen and good depth, will be out to improve their third place finish in the i960 Conference Golf Tournament and better their 7-4 record in dual competition. Bolstering this year’s team arc Jerry Stem, Barry Lindsay, and Valmer Barrows. Also seeing action last year were Terry Hexum and Chuck Wall. Valmer Barrows Richard Zuke Tom Smrz SPRING SPORTS — 1 %Intramural Sports Rou One: Neal Prochnow, Vein Wanish, Merlin Nevela, Tom Keefer, Gene Fieikej Row Two: Emery Peterson. Richard Mousscttc, Tom Finscs, Jim Lukasiewicz. Nor Pictured: Dan Boone. TNTRAMURAL football crowned a new champion fall quarter as the Lumber - • Pilers finished the season with an unblemished 8-o record. The Suburbanites tied for the runner-up spot with a 7-1 mark, the sole defeat was the season’s opener against the eventual champions. Last year’s titalist, the Stool Bums fell by the wayside with a 3-5 record. Lumber Pilers 8-0 Suburbanites 7'1 Prucha Knights 4'4 Rompers 4'4 Stool Bums 3'5 Hillbillies m Road Runners 1-7 First Floor Nonames 0-8 Pinochle Club o-8 The Elmer’s Boys captured the fall quarter Bowling laurels with a 18-3 mark. The consolation spot was grabbed by the Pin Boys, finishing with a 16-5 mark. Individual statistics were headed by Dennis Seefeldt’s 173 average. Members of the championship team were Len Hofmann, Ron Braum, Tom Braun, Bill Turner, Pat Mrotek, Cliff Dueholm, and Lowell Roehl. As the yearbook goes to press the four teams battling for play-off spots in the "A” Division are the Alley Cats x 7-4, Tequila Kids 16-8, Splitters 15-9, and Elmer’s Boys 12-11. In the “B” Division die Sleepers 21-6, Pin Boys 18-9, Scraggs 13-11 and King Pins 15-9 are battling it out. 123 — INTRAMURAL SPORTSThe Saddlelites won the Intramural Basketball championship by edging the Fumble Bums 39-38. Dwight Scholz and Rich Miller paced the victors, each dumping in 12 points. High scoring Glen Struve was the game’s top scorer with 21 points. The Saddlelites finished the regular season with a 4 2 record in the R” League. In their quest for the trophy the champions whipped the Vets 74-35, blasted the Dynamoes 65-26, and in the semi-finals beat the Floorbums 46-30. In other I-M action Jon Fisk, senior from St. Croix Falls, connected on 35 of 40 foul shots for the annual free throw crown. Claire Hewitt continued to dominate the college archery tournaments winning the fall quarter meet. There will also be a spring quarter tournament. In Chess competition Earl Burton and Roger Karras were the top two winners. Spring quarter action will include a volley ball league, a soft ball league, a swimming meet, and tournaments in golf, tennis, handball, and badminton. Standing: Newton Buchner, Rich Miller, Charlie Carrier, Dwight Schol:; Knotting: Howard Hofschild, Bob Nil son, Jim Ticknor, Gene Kirk. INTRAMURAL SPORTS — 123qfcsjsjseijs . . . Mingle shades of joy and woe, Hope and fear, and peace, and strife. In the thread of human life. ScottSeniors Like our shadows, our wishes lengthen as our sun de clines... Young These are the survivors and I am among them . . . seminars professors and coffee . . . ‘I had this little boy in the third row who . . interviews deadlines . . . South — from the Center then: teas banquets speeches music and flashbulbs. . . now: past tense except friendships . . . and the lines scatter. 126---SENIORS Carol Trutischel, secretary; Dennis Seefeldt, president; Dawn Bergstrom, treasurer; George Beesrman, vice-president.ANNE E. ADAMS LOREN ALBERT Sheboygan River Falls BERNICE AMUNDSON EARL ANDERSEN Emerald Milltown CAROL R. ALMS JOSEPH G. ALMS Spring Valley Sprino Valley KENNETH ANDERSON DAVID ANKLEY St. Paul, Minn. Rice Lake JEROME BAMBENEK Arcadia GEORGE BEESTMAN Clear Lake JAMES B. BASTIAN St. Paul. Minn. GERALDINE BEGGS Minneapolis, Minn. GARY A. BAUM New Richmond PAUL W. BECVAR Grantsburo THOMAS P. BENICK BERNARD L. BERGER No. St. Paul, Minn. Elk Mound MARILYN S. AMES River Falls LOWELL D. BALTZ Kendall WAYNE L. BEEBE River Falls DAWN BERGSTROM Luck SENIORS — I »7DOROTHY BRAUN Hastings. Minn. BARBARA BUCK Camkrom CHARLENE BITNEY DONALD BLEGEN Clayton Spring Valley HOWARD BROCKMAN CLAIR BROHAUGH Shawano River Falls WILLIAM BOETSCH Crystal Lake, III. MARY ELLEN BRUE Durand JOHN F. BREY Sturgeon Bay JAKE D. BURSIK Westboro JOHN BUTLER Rice Lake JEAN ANN BYHRE Canton GERALD CARLSON River Falls HARLAND CARLSON River Falls STANLEY CARLSON Glenwood City R. CHRISTOPHERSON BARBARA S. CHRISTY ROGER CHRISTY Holmen Frederic Eau Claire MICHAEL COLLINS JEANIE CROWNHART Mondovi Ellsworth i 8 — SENIORSED CUNNINGHAM Antioo TED J. CZECH Gilman JUDITH DAFT River Falls LOWELL DAGUE Cumberland JAMES L. DeMARCE Spring Valley MICHAEL A. DROST New Auburn DONALD DROUBIE St. Paul, Minn. CLIFFORD DUEHOLM Milltown JAMES J. DURNING Hudson DARLENE DUSEK River Falls DALE EDLIN Stockholm LOIS FARMER Pipestone, Minn. JOHN F. EISELE, JR. River Falls RUTH ANN FICK Wilton DALE A. EMERSON Red Wing, Minn. FALTON FISCHER Oconto Falls ROY H. ENGLEBERT Forestville JON H. FISK St. Croix Falls RICHARD ERICKSON Barron FRANK LEE FOX Waukesha seniors — 129MYLES E. FRANKLIN KAREN GATTEN JAMES R. CEHRING River Falls Chippewa Falls Stillwater, Minn. LAWRENCE GINTHER MARILYN F. GJOVIG FRANK COM BOLD Augusta Spring Vallsy No. St. Paul, Minn. EDMUND GERMAIN River Falls DANIEL GORTON Glknwood City CEORGE E. GETTEN Wayzata, Minn. PATRICIA GRANT River Falls WAYNE HANDLOS Hudson HAROLD W. HAVLIK Hillsboro STEPHEN HANSON Spring Valley L. HAWKINSON River Falls WAYNE HARMANN Alooma ROBERT A. HEAGLE Menomonie DARRELL HART MONDOVI ROBERT HELBERG Spencer KATHLEEN HARTWIG Hammond RUSSELL HELWIG Eau Claire 130 — seniorsY. HENDRICKSON River Falls CORRINE HRIBAR Winter CLAIRE HEWITT Plum City PETER J. HUBIN Shell Lake JOHN HOLMAN Shell Lake FREDRICK HUNTER River Falls GORDON HORGEN Stanley JACKSON HUNTLEY Grantsburg FRANCIS HORNE Boyd DOROTHY H. HUSER St. Paul, Minn. ROGER HUSER New Richmond RONALD ISAACSON Amery ROBERT JACOBSON Alma Center HARLAN JENSEN River Falls DAVID J. JOHNSON Hastincs, Minn. LARRY A. JOHNSON WILLIAM JOHNSON Luck Oconto Falls GARY KAMPF Red Wing, Minn. JOHN KILMER Hillsdale KILYOUNG KIM Seoul, Korea seniors — 131GENE J. KIRK Cumberland ROGER JAY KOK Randolph ROGER E. KNUTSON Amery JOAN KUECHLER Herdster RALPH KOBESKA No. St. Paul, Minn. JOHN KUKUSKA Hudson GARY KOCHENDERFERLOIS KOCHENDERFER Cochrane Fountain City RONALD UGRANDER GEORGE LAMKE Chiu Wonewoc JAMES LAMPHIER MICHAEL J. LAUBER CARROLL LEHMAN Hudson Glenwood City Mondovi FLOYD R. LINDQUIST BARBARA LIVINGSTONARLENE M. LOEBER Glenwood City Middleton Stillwater, Minn. GARWIN LENANDER ROBERT LINDBLOM Clayton Lakeland, Minn. JANICE LUNDBERG GRETCHEN MALLERY River Falls Hastings, Minn. 32 —■ SENIORSJEROME MANN Red Wing, Minn. LOWELL MATHISON Roberts GRACE MAULE Alma geo. McCullough Hammond DANIEL McKEETH Galesville JAMES MEACHAM Spooner JAMES A. MEIER Spring Vallby RAYMOND METZGER Lake Forest, III. WILLIAM MILLER River Falls KATHERINE MOLLE Niagara DAVID A. MOORE Lake Nebaoamow CHARLES R. NYBO Lund MARLENE M. MORSE DONALD J. NEGARD Siren New Richmond WILLIAM C. OLSON EDITH O’MERA Baldwin Knapp NEIL H. NORDQUIST Cehturia LOUIS W. PAPE Centuria MARLENE NORTHRUP St. Paul, Minn. GLADYS E. PAYNE Red Wing, Minn. seniors — 133DAVID PETERSON Hudson JOHN H. RASSBACH Chippewa Falls MURIEL J. PETERSON CARMEN PODOLL Grantsburg Sprino Valley VIRGINIA ROGERS Barron WARREN D. ROGERS Barron DAN PORFILIO Wausaukbe DONALD ROHL Prescott ROBERT PRUZEK Chetek DORA M. ROHL Roberts ALLEN K. ROSENTHALCHARLES ROSKOS BARBARA ROSSI West Allis Independence St. Paul, Minn. JOHN J. RUEMMELE Hudson KARL SCHMID Chilton CAROL B. SEEFELDT DENNIS D. SEEFELDT MILDRED B. SEEGER St. Paul, Minn. Wittbnbero Prairie Farm RALPH L. RYAN Red Wino, Minn. MARLIN SEIFERT Ellsworth 134 — SENIORSGLENN T. SHAKAL Boyd WILMA O. SMITH River Falls KENNETH SHEARROWP. LELAND SKOG Rice Lake Bay City JOHN R. SOLIE THOMAS A. STEELE Augusta Hudson RONALD SKONE Cusiiing GERALD E. STERN Hastings, Minn. ALLEN D. SKROCH Independence CHARLES STEWART River Falls DAVE STODOLA Sarona RONALD TAYLOR River Falls FARAN E. STOETZEL Beldenville ORRON THOMAS St. Croix Falls MARY SUENNEN Hudson D. MERLEE SUNTY Hibdino, Minn. DALE E. SWENSON Amery NEIL H. TOLLANDER Webster EUGENE THOMPSON DOROTHY TOLL Ellsworth Hudson seniors 35CAROL TRUTTSCHEL ERL AND UKKOLA IRVIN F. VANASSE Plymouth Maple Spring Valley JUDITH A. VOELKER MARJORIE WALLEN JAMES B. WATRUD St. Paul, Minn. Clear Lake Clayton LLOYD VAN SOMEREN ROBERT VERMILLION Baldwin Elkhokn DONALD L. WEBERT GAYLE WERNBERG Baldwin Arpin HUGO M. WIEBUSCH Red Wing, Minn. ROBERT WYNVEEN Baldwin PATRICIA WXFF Ellsworth KENNETH ZAIIORSKI Wkyeriiauser JOHN WISKERCHEN Plum City CLYDE R. ZAMJAHN Hudson MELANIA WOLODKO ROBERTA WUNROW Cameron Boyceville MARY ZIEGEWEID RONALD GRAY Arcadia Maiden Rock 136 — seniorsSHERYL BRINKMAN New Richmond GEORGE SEKANEY Bryant Three Year Graduates JOYCE McKINLEY GLEN MITCHELL NANCY REYNOLDS Siren Amery River Falls Two Year Graduates JOAN FRANK BETTY ANN HANSON SHIRLEY LADD EDITH WALKER Pepin Rice Lake Barronette EdgertonMixed emotions 138 -- SENIORSJuniors Where there it much light, the shadows are deepest... Goethe Students spent hours in labs Now heavy, dark lines not bending to mediocrity . . . endless discussions with basis and logic . . . again, meetings, trips to the health cottage 11:59 good-nights . . . studies faces now friends . . . a synthesis of goals actions and self . . . I am an individual near the end of the maze. EDITOR’S NOTE: Students are pictured accord' ing to their academic ranking at the beginning of the 1960-61 fall quarter. Gary Wagenbach, president; Mary Viitancn, secretary; David Nichols, treasurer. Not Pictured: Diana Steen, vice-president.Agronoff. Robert Alme, John Amundson, Durwood Anderson, Gerald Anderson, Lester Anderson, Mary Ann Anderson, Paul .... Appleby, Sandra ... Armbruster, Robert Axness, James . Bai, Sammy .. Barrows, Valmer Bartcii, Edward Bartzen, Frank Baumoarten, Arlyn Baxter, Arlene Beaudet, Jean Beeson, Robert ... River Falls ........ Amery ....... Taylor St. Paul, Mmn. Arcadia .......Amery Hudson Anoka, Mmn. ... River Falls .... Arcadia Seoul, Korea Cumberland .... St. Paul, Minn. .......... Sheboygan .............. Tomah Qamboa, Canal Zone Stillwater, Minn. .......... Hudson Belisle, Jon Bents, Geraldine Berger, George .... Bergstrom, David .. Bethke, William Biedermann, Norman River Falls .. Comstock Denmark Plum City Augusta St. Croix Falls Bishop, Charles ................... Dallas Bjurquist, Elliot .............. Stockholm Blank, James .................... LaCrosse Bloedow, Marvin ................. Pewaukee Blombero, Garry Stockholm Boatman, David ................. Ellsworth Bocksell, Leslie Bonner, Daniel Bosman, Ronald Braun, Jerome ... Brehm, Gerald Brett, Robert Pepin Barron Hudson Loyal Corny . Loyal Brooke, Manya Brosi, Lynn . Bultman, David . Burton, Keith Campos, Marcy Cardell, Donald Case, Allan ....... Christensen, Elaine Cook, David Cushino, Jerry . Cuskey, Thomas .... Czerwonka, Marlene Dawson, Robert DeBoer, Douolas Delahunt, John Derricks, Darryl Diedrich, Dale Doroan, Sue .. ........ Dallas, Texas ........... River Falls ........... River Falls Knapp Makaweli, Hawaiian Is. ............ Ellsworth Warrens Withee Colby Wilson Spooner Chet eh River Falls . Emerald Stillwater Denmark Athens Rice LakeDoyle, John ... Drohman, Gary .. Droubie, Donald Ducklow, Dale . Durand, Mary .... Dvorak, Dianne . ........ Qreenleaf ....... Qrantsburg .... St. Paul, Minn. ....... Ellsworth Lake Elmo, Minn. ............Hudson Engdahl, Charles St. Paul, Minn. Engebreth, Karen ............ River Falls Erdman, Margaret ...... Red Wing, Minn. Erickson, Edward .......... Balsam Lake Erlandson, Marion ........ Beldenvule Ertel, Glen .................Hammond Esswein, James ................. Boyceville Esswein, William ............... Boyceville Falkofske, Tom .................. Ellncorth Farmer, Roberta ................. River Falls Finder, Earl .................... Lake Mills Fischer, James ..................... Antigo Fitzmaurice, Larry.................Humbird Flycstad, Allan ................... Barron Fox, Nancy ...................... Waukesha Gehler, Ronald..................... Chetek Gilbert, Lloyd ..........................- Hudson Gilbertson, Dennis ......... Spring Valley Goldsmith, Kenneth .............. Cumberland Goodlad, Robert ........... New Richmond Gorka, Edward .............. St. Paul, Minn. Gorres, Shirley ..................—• Amen Grace, Nancy ................. Oaklawn, III. Gropp, James ....................... Spencer Grover, Gloria .... Gunderson, Thomas . Gustafson, Mildred Gutting, James .... Hadawi, Albert .... Hall, Duane ....... ...... Qalesmlle .... Spring Valiev ....... Ellsworth ....... Ellsworth Toronto, Canada ........ Roberts Halling, Vaughn .. Handlos, Gerald ... Hansen, Norman ... Hansen, Valerie ... Hanson, Carol..... Harless, Gertrude Stockholm ... Centuria . Qreen Bay Clintonville ... Mondavi River Falls Harmon, Judith .... Harris, Meredythe ... Haucestuen, Douglas Hayes, Edmond ..... Hegenbarth, Oswald . Heise, Howard ..... Clear Lake River Falls Cameron ... Hudson ...Barron Ellsworth Hentsch, Carol .... Hentsch, Charlotte Herring, William .... Hervas, Bobby ..... Hexum, Maxine ..... Hilde, Roger ...... .......... GlenwoodCity ........ Qlenwood City ........... River Falls .......... Turtle Lake .......... Cameron ........... Stillwater juniors — 14Hillestad, Glen ... Hoeper, Kenton .... Hofschild, Howard IIolle, Arthur ... Holmes, Kay ...... Holzhueter, Ann .. . New Richmond Hastings, Minn. ..... Plymouth New Richmond ..... Nekoosa ..... Menomonh Huebner, Carl ..... Hult, William ..... Iiirke, Jan ....... iACOBSON, Charles . ELEN, CRISS ....... Jenson, Duane ..... ..... Waukesha St. Paul, Minn. ..... Hammond ... Alma Center ....... Pepin ....... Phillips Johnson, Gordon .......... Hastings, Minn. Johnson, Grant ............. St. Paul, Minn. Johnson, Judith ................... Canton Johnson, Kevin ................... Baldwin Johnson, Leila ..................... River Falls Johnson, Timothy .............. Turtle Lake Johnston, Dean Jones, Merlyn .. Jounc, Chan Soo Julien, Larry ... Junkman, John .. Kelly, Paul ... — Cameron . Boyceville Seoul, Korea .... Fairchild .... Hudson River Falls Kerckhove, Donald .............. Bloomer Killen, Daniel ........ No. St. Paul, Minn. Killen, Dennis ........ No. St. Paul, Minn. Klatt, Marlin ............... Clear Lake Kluc, Richard .................. Merrill Knieff, Pauline ................. Amery Kotts, Jean ................. River Falls Kozub, Raymond .................. Hawkins LaBrash, Robert .......... New Richmond Labs, Roy ..................... Menomonie Larson, James ............ 5‘t. Paul, Minn. Larson, Karen .............. Clear Lake Laubbr, John ...... Lee, Kwanc Woo . Lewis, La Donna .. Lilienwald, Karl Lindahl, Richard . Livingston, John . ..... Qlenxcood City .......... Seoul, Korea ........... River Falls New York City, N. Y. ..... Stillwater, Mhm. ..... New Richmond Livingston, Leonard Lorenz, Donald ... Lowe, Carol ...... Loyas, Mariann ... Lunde, Irene ..... Mack, Gloria ..... ......... Pepin ..... Roberts ........ Chetek .... Rice Lake ..... Conrath Newport, Minn. Mackey, Kay ...... MacNeil, Nancy .... Martinsen, Victor Mayer, Donald .... Mayfield, Dexter . McGillis, Darrel . ...... Rice Lake ...... Rice Lake ...... Somerset ...... Hum bird Knoxville, Tenn. ...... Ellsworth 142 — JUNIORSrt 1.11111 1-gJJS to : J 5 J 2 M gSs o iUiii D J J j U U U M U “ ssssss I H H X - ! S H U u M U U J H J c i § S S SSS2SS a=-s i3 l§!fp Ss 2 u o 2 % t % w J. ' s 2 • •' . y gSSggg 2 2 « « £ 2 3335-S sssssz elllll mm mm «H“d§g 777777 lililt 2 I ' - H 2 • b K U « pill! 2 2 2 2 2 2 00000 V5 V) V) a j j j j j oooooo pp ' ' w«J3 Sj I§B i s §.30 soil »n 'SS OOOOOO a as? 2 Q 5 5 2 0 s w 000-3 ; •» •» « ei M J J J £ U J933 fl w u Q. 0.0.0. 0.0. ijsjss mm « w a a j :-« H H H - H humus: c.e.e.o.Q.0. e v j-135 Vm» _3 •O' i-i fr a-glgS J tSS O o u 3 o siSiss . 2t “ 2 . N 9 SHOINOlRankin, James .................... Winter Rasmussen, F.lroy .............. Barron Reinhardt, Terras ................ Nelson Rice, John .................. Ellsworth Richardson Vern .......... Spring. Valley Ridnour, Glen .................Arhansaw Rifley, William .... Rinbck, Sam........ Rodewald, Jerome .. Rogers, Michael .... Romsos, Royal .... Roquet, Doreen ... . Minneapolis, Minn. ..... Chippewa Falls ...........River Falls ............. Centuria ........... Barronette Qrand Rapids, Minn. Rossi, Barbara .. Ruder, James ... Saari, Betty ... Sanford, Elroy .. Sazma, John ... Schaffer, John .. ......... St. Paul, Minn. ........ Hastings, Minn. . New York Mills, Minn. ............... Ellsworth ............... Luck ................. Clayton Scharfenbero, Gary ............. Edgerton Schimml, Joseph .............. Eau Claire Schmid, Nancy ................... Chilton Schmidt, Lawrence ................. Loyal Schmitz, Dennis ................. Mindoro Schnitzler, Frbderick ..... Qlenv od City Scholz, Durwood Plum City Schwenk, James ..................... Hudson Schwenk, jo Ann .................... Hudson Seierstad, Allan ............... Cumberlcmd Seigler. Gerald ............St. Paul, Minn. Seipel, Galen ..................... Elmwood Sheldon, Carolyn .. Simonson, Glenn ... Skar, Louella ..... Smith, Clyde ...... Smith, James ...... Smoke, Henry ...... ........ Stockholm ..........._ Taylor .........Rice Lake ....... Ellsworth No. St. Paul, Minn. ........... Tomah Socha, Sylvester ................. Krakow Solum, Nancy ..................... Canton Sorensen, Kenneth .............. Dresser Spence, Russell ........... Spring Valley Steen, Diana ..................... Dallas Steffenhagen, Judith .. Red Wing, Minn. Steffenhacen, Loi; Stenberg, Warren Stoflet, Sherman . Strohbeen, Nancy Sumter, Arnold ... Sunty, Merles ... Red Wing, Minn. ........... Blair ...... Marshfield .. New Richmond ........ Prescott .. Hibbing, Minn. Susedik, Edward ............. Ladysmith Sutten, Laurence ............. River Falls Svendsen, Gerald ................ Cable Swan, Dave ................... Waukesha Swanson, Roger ................ Cushing Swenson, Jeanette .............. Hudson 144 — JUNIORSThoreson, Wilma .... ToLLANDER, SUZANNE Tonn, Mary ........ Torcerson, Warren Torwick, Thomas ... Trenda, William .... .... River Falls ... Webster ... Rrw Falls .... Turtle Lake St. Paul, Minn. Bayport, Minn. Turner, William .............. Hammond Tyler, Gerald.................. Amery Vanasse, Theodore ....... Spring Valley Vittanen, Mary ................. Barron Vittanen, Wayne ........... Turtle Lake Wagenbach, Gary ................ Barron Wagenbach, Linda .. Waldron, Marcaret . Wanish, Vernon .... Washkuhn, John ... Webster, Charles . Weisenback, Raymond ........... Barron Minneapolis, Minn. .......... Catawba ....... Shell Lake ............Gilman ........... Durand Weiss, Carol ................. Roberts Weyenberc, Weldon .............. Neenah Whang, Kyu Whan ......... Seoul, Korea Whitmore, Janet ............. Ladysmith Wilhelmson, Ronald .... St. Paul, Minn. Williams, Ronald ............ Centuria Willis, William ...... Knoxville, Term. Wintronb, Donna ................. Chetek Wright, Paul ................... Hudson Wulff, Martha .......... Red Win , Minn. Youncgren, Georgeann ....... Rtver Falls Zimmerman, Richard ............. Wausau Zirbel, Ronald Marshfield A get'acquainted picnic JUNIORS — 145Sophomores Sharon Collomorc, secretary; Fred Froclich, vice-president; Wayne Hendrickson, president; Tom Brickner, treasurer. We read the past by the light of the present and the forms vary as the shadows fall... Froude Summer .... gone . . . more lines . . . Crane Brinton Will Durant the big questions. . . a new cosmology . . . where am I going how do I get there . . . term papers critiques a thirty-hour day . . . decorating the gym button, frosh dorm open-house . . . going south "to see who's there” the beginnings of belonging yet. where is the individual . . . more faces, places campaigns conventions reports . . . and Emerson at three a.m. This is justice? I46 - SOPHOMORESAccola, James .... Affolter, Chester Agema, Larry ..... Albert, Jean ..... Albertson, Gary .... Albrecht, Julie .. ..... Mondovi Newport, Minn. ...... Hudson ....... Withee ... River Falls Qlenwood City Ames, Charles ... Amirarjomand, Iraj Anderson, Harry . Anderson, Larry .. Anderson, Ronald Anderson, Stewart St. Paul, Minn. . Tehran, Iran ...... Amery ..... Dresser ..... Hudson ..... Hudson Arneson, Diane ..... Barron, Tressa ..... Bebie, Rocer ....... Beebe, James ....... Belfiori, Joanne ... Bennett, Richard .... ... New Richmond ..... River Falls ........... Bruce ... New Richmond ..... River Falls River Falls Benson, David ................ Clear Lake Benson, Robert ...................... Pepin Berg, Linda ........................ Barron Berg, Ronald ...................... Cushing Bierbrauer, Paul .................. Osceola Bishop, Arthur ............ Sf. Croix Falls Biss, Norbert ........... Boerner, Thomas ........ Bosinske, Beverly ...... Braun, Ronald ......... Bredahl, Darwin ... Brictner, Thomas ... Bbictson, Charles ............... Madison Brill, James ............ Menomonee Falls Brindley, Grecory ........St. Paul, Minn. Brooke, Larry ............ Spring Valley Buchmiller, Gertrude ............... Alma Buchner, Newton ..... Qamboa, Canal Zone Bultman, Dawn . Burke, Gary .... Burri, Dianne .... Burton, Earl ... Cameron, John ... Campbell, Faye .. Cedariiolm, Darryld .... Champeau, Richard .... Chelstrom, Vincent .... Chinander, James ..... Christenson, Nels ..... Christianson, Terry .... COLLAMORE, SHARON Coocan, Mike ...... Cross, Robert ..... Crotteau, James ... Crown hart, Connie Culver, Richard ... ....... Ellsworth .............. Hayward ............ Rice Lake .......... Cumberland .............. Elmwood ........... Ellsworth sophomores — 147S3 n • wt : : si! §t fftiW sssl! s OUUQQQ : J £ 2 Q M xiAlSS tfiSlis - — 7 td U id £ o QQQQQQ c c-« P. j l :g| !i :if il 1 5 5 id a 2 P V Woo? M £ ® j s 2 £ 5gd8fiJ §2=g g O «6 D S J 2 QQQUJUJUJ -2 c-S-a-s aiair u y k v £ “ P w .V K (fl J IH“Z" sadgsl e£ c’S.S 'rS,?.S IS- P « ... B J JO « U. U-b. b. Ci. u. ■S-53.25 c !r?Jr?rS H £ M W J wno « £££ooo III® If iff! 1 1 1 .z:9 I,if SMSM V .. u U 2 . - ag3 ! :| 2 2 5 HS g ZJ rf rf 2 a o . w w 2 H o u c-s crS’SiS ,£ 5.S.« iliiii $ei£S“ 148 — SOPHOMORESGrivna, Dennis . Gydesen, Henry Haas, Eugene ... Hal am a, Robert Haller, Dennis Haller, Nancy . ........ Clayton Hastings, Minn. ..... Birchwood .... Independence ..... River Falls ..... Waunakee Halvorson, Jerome Hancartner, Dale Hansen, Bruce .... Hansen, Philip ... Hanson, Betty .... Hanson, Donald ... ............ Luck ........... Osseo .. Newport, Minn. ....... Hager City ....... Rice Lake ... St. Paul, Minn. Hanson, Muriel .............. Spring Valley Hariri, Tahya ................ Tehran, Iran Harrison, David..........Stillwater, Minn. Hase, Fred .................. Maiden Rock Hauschildt, Gary ............... Ellsworth Hawkinson, Benjamin North Branch, Minn. Hawks pord, Robert . Hay, James ........ Heglund, Donald ... Heitino, Rebecca .. Hendrickson, Wayne Hermansen, Melvin . ... New Richmond ... Lake Qeneva ....... Ashland ....... Hudson ... Spring Valley .... New Richmond Heselton, Richard ... St. Paul Park, Minn. Hexum, Terry ..................... Cameron Higgins, Pat .............. New Richmond Hillskotter, Wendell ............. Osceola Hirschincer, James ............... Baraboo Hofmann, Lenat ................... Seymour Holewinski, Donald Holte, Carl ....... Hopkins, Larry .... Hoskins, Larry .... Houser, Donald .... Hoverman, Dale .... ...... Polashi ....... Blair .... Milltown Qrand Marsh .. River Falls ...... Dresser HuNGERFORD, JEROME Ihrke, Max ......... Jacobson, Kenneth . James, Constance ... Jansen, Ted ........ Jaworski, Donald ... ....... Maiden Rock ............. Hammond ......... Beldenville .... Philadelphia, Pa. .............. Elkhom ............. Polaski ensen, John River Falls bnsen, Rochelle Wilson ohnson, Charles R ohnson, Charles S Grantsburg New Richmond ohnson, Edward Clear Lake ohnson, Fred Luck Johnson, Norman .... Jones, Larry ....... Julias, Wyman ...... Kanable, James ..... Kanmacher, Barbara Kapusta, Marian .... ...... River Falls Red Wing, Minn. . Hastings, Minn. ........... Tomah . Hastings, Minn. .......... Antigo SOPHOMORES — I49Keeler, Thomas .................. Gi man Keefer, Thomas .................. Gilman Keenlyne, Kent .................. Durand Kelly, Peter ................. Rher Falls Kirchner, Raymond .......... River Falls Klecker, Max ................. Ellsworth Knutson, John ................... Chetek Koepnick, Donald ................ Elkhom Korsmo, Barbara ........... Clintonville Koth low, Thomas ............. Menomonie Kottke, Richard ................. Hudson Kowalczyk, Robert ............... Gilman Kowalchyk, Wilbert ............. Mosinee Krencel, Elaine .............. River Falls Kriegl, Josef .................... Baraboo Kuhn, Duane .............. Red Wing, Minn. Kuss, Wayne ................... River Falls Ladd, Shirley ................. Barronette Lamphere, David ................. Arkansaw Landry, John ... Larson, Bruce ... Larson, Harlan Laue, Ann ...... Leach, Carol .... Lee, Chun ...... ........... Mellen .......... Hillsdale .......... Ellsworth ........ River Falls ............. Colfax ...... Seoul, Korea Lemmerman, Jerry ............. Hager City Lentz, Mary ................... Boyceville Lindeberg, Ronald ........ St. Paul, Minn. Lindsay, Phillip .................Pewaukee Lloyd, Larry ...................... Barron Lukasicwicz, James ................. Thorp Lukowicz, Michael Mann, Howard .... Mann, Rebecca ... Martin, Richard ... Martin, Zita .... McCarty, Wyman . .......... Antigo ...... Hager City Red Wing, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. .... Maiden Rock Red Wing, Minn. McGann, James .................. Baraboo McMaster, Richard ............. Somerset Meir, Vernon .................. Prescott Meis, Thomas ........ Battle Lake, Minn. Mellgren, Michael ............ Milltown Michaelson, Erma ....... St. Croix Falls Mielke, Dean ................. Fox Lake Mikrut, Fred.....................Ogensburg Miller, John ..................... Chilton Moe, Richard ...................... Spring Valley Monchilovich, Georce .......... Cumberland Mouw, Kenneth .............. Qlemcood City Naccatz, Ronald .. Nee, John ....... Nelson, Linda ... Nelson, Raymond .. Nelson, Rodney .... Ness, Donald .... ...... Clovton St. Paul, Minn. .... Ellsworth .... Barronette ......... Amery ........Spooner I 50 — SOPHOMORESNewman, Darrell . Nienast, Lamont .. Nilson, Bob .... Nititham, Vilas ... Norvold, Telford Oelkers, Richard ...........Hudson .......... Tomah ....... Birchwood . Bangkok, Thialand ........Woodville .. Red Wing, Minn. Olsen, Richard ......... St. Paul, Minn. Olson, George .................. Hudson Olson, Gordon ................. Baldwin Olson, John ................ Cumberland Olson, William G............... Wheeler Olson, Winston .................. Amery O’Malley, David Osen, Judy ..... Owen, Kathleen Palm, Donna .... Parker, James .... Pecha, Gerald .. ... River Falls ... River Falls ...... Durand ... Cumberland St. Paul, Minn. ..... Bloomer Pedersen, Harold ............. Milltown Penman, Bruce .................. Hudson Peterson, Albin ........... Turtle Lake Peterson, Dallas ............... Hudson Peterson, Gustav ............. Holcombe Peterson, John ................. Hudson Pohl, James ............... Vermillion, Minn. Potocnik, Delmar ........................Owen Poulter, James ................... Cumberland Prodgbr, Patricia .................. Frederic Prust, Robert ........... No. St. Paul, Minn. Rasmussen, James ................ River Falls Reinkey, Patricia .............. Elmwood Richardson, Robert ..........Spring Valley Ridnour, Marion ................. Arkansaw Ringlien, Paul ................. Whitehall Riter, Michael .............. River Falls Rivard, Harold ................. Somerset Roehl, Lowell ...................... Loyal Rohde, Richard ................. Qreenwood Romanowski, Alex .........v........ Chetek Rosenow, Myrna ........ Minneapolis, Minn. Roth, Robert ............. St. Paul, Minn. Runkle, Judith .................... Dallas Saadi, Abbass ...... Sather, Florence ... Saxby, Raymond ..... Schickowski, Dale... SCHIEFELBEIN, ROBERT Schmidt, Jerome .... Baghdad, Iraq .... River Falls ..... Wilton ...Waukesha .... Somerset ..... Spencer Schmitt, Michael ........ Independence, Iowa Schnagl, Norman ...................... Trego Schneider, Phillip ............. Menomonie Schneider, Sheldon ...... Minneapolis, Minn. Sciiolz, Dwight .................. Ellsworth Schroder, Eucene ................. Menomonie sophomores — 15ScHUKRAFT, RlCHARD Schuster, Fred ... Sequin, Thomas ... Sharp, Jay ....... Shearer, Marjory .. Sipple, Roger .... Lake Qeneva .... Anligo ... Ellsworth .... Anligo Cumberland Menomonie Skills, Janet ...................... Downing Smelcer. Kenneth ............... River Falls Smith, Charles .................... Waukesha Smith, Russel ....................... Nelson Sobottke, Barbara .............. Plum City Sommers, Kermit .......... Stillwater, Minn. Stark, Mary ................... River Falls Strackbein, Gerald ........... Lake Geneva Strasser, Ronald .................. Hudson Strobush, Victor ............... Woodville Swainson, Ralph ............... Elgin, 111. Swanson, Arden .......... St. Paul, Minn. Swanson, Roger ... Swartz, William . Swenson, Stuart . Szymanski, Gerald Thoreson, Robert Ticknor, James .... Clear Lake .Waukesha .... Amery ... Thorp River Falls . Edgerton Tollefson, Duane .......... Qlenwood City Trautmann, Frederick ........... Tomahawk Traynor, Larry ................ Ellsworth Traynor, Maureen ................. Spring Valley Trudell, Donald .................. Hudson Tylka, William .................. Medford Vick, Edward ... Voelz, Malcolm .. Voth, Eugene ... Waldbillinc, Don Walker, Edith .... Wall, Charles ... ...... Clear Lake .......... Bowler Red Wing, Mhm. ........... Amery ... Edgerton ...... Rher Falls Walsh, James ... Watrud, Leroy .... Webb, Barbara .... Weimer, William Wellens, Larry .. Wettleson, David ...... Birchwood ......... Clayton Powell Butte, Ore. ........ Jim Falls ......... Polaski ... Spring Valley White, Virginia .......... Maiden Rock Wilcox, Delores ............... Hammond Wilkus, Karen ............ New Richmond Williams, David ................. River Falls Wiskerchen, Leonard ............. Pepin Wright, Helen ................. Clayton Zeinert, Darwin Wittenburg 15a — sophomoresFreshmen Warren Bovce, vice-president; James Norrish, president; Karen Wears, secretary; Dean Hauschildt, treasurer. ‘Button frosh . . . The smallest hair throws its shadow ... Goethe Lines infinite lines . . . registration, entrance tests, caf and Friday’s reserve books . .. new faces, places so much I didn’t know . . . creativity to develop to channel . . . do I dare rebel; conform? will I get caught.... kangaroo Kourt, Our Town, roundworms and constellations jam sessions dorm serenades . . . dances, parties, Clifton Hollow . . . letter-writing in Orientation midnight oil honor point ? why now? what then? FRESHMEN — I 53]S » • £ PkS ?• 3 2 -s s 5 -o Q -• £ 5 O !i -2 0 2 $ 2 2 £ z « o a j h J J -i IPP u J n J o “ OS O Oi “ 2 ■ I if! w w 5 5'3“ 0 H S5 5 0 £ 5 S'5'S « ■ « 03 CO CO | S3 I 2 5 3 « « Jh tf tf 3 rf “. w o 2 n ■ « H H 2 J » ftf « O H X C « U H H CO (O CO PQ CO CO •o . 9 § 9 S .S s I 5 8? a : «o CQ fc :S = g « .§£ to CQ CQ CQ CO CQ 03 “ S 2 2 s a = i " § 2 O 5 J M £££o o £ h 2' = = - 2 N O o -I J - J J -I CQ CQ CC) CO CC) Mills 2 iQ" _ _ g o w £ - £ 2 J 2 £ O 2 Q = O O « K CQ CO 03 a « m 1 =0 w 5 O § s 3 » S £ g is 3 S2 1||3 H — “ W u o , Q . - o U 2 M 2 “ w « 5 a ? a o O O « X c6 X 03 03 03 03 03 03Brown, Judith .. Bruce , Thomas . Buchli, Byron Bunders, Barbara Bunce, Gaylen .... Burdick, Grant .. ...... St. Paul, Minn. .... Elm Qmr ............ Arcadia .... Madison . No. St. Paul, Minn. ........... Waukesha Butcher, Lowell Camplin, Betty . Carlson, Karyn Carnine, Allen Carow, John Carr, Charles . Carrier, Charles .. Cashman, Carol ... Cederiiolm, Gerald Cernohous, Gerald Chartier, Shirley Christensen, Carol ........... Butler ......... Frederic ........ Qrantsburg .......... Dresser ... New Richmond ......... River Falls .... Edgerton ... River Falls ........ Beldenville ... Hastings, Minn. ... Bayport, Minn. ,............. Luck Christianson, Kay ............... Roberts Christenson, Raymond ........ River Falls Christianson, Ronald ........... Webster Churchill, Edwin .............. Ladysmith Cipov, LuAnn ..................... Chetek Clark, Jambs ................... Waterloo Clark, Steven ..................... Dresser Cockett, Francine Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii Comstock, Verne ........... St. Paul, Minn. Cook, Delwin ...................... Prwcoll Cook, Sharon ................... Cumberland Cooke, Jan ................... Independence Crane, Vaemond Crockett, Bruce Culver, Robert .. Culver, Walter Cumminos, Marlyn Cusick, Terence Balsam Lake ...... NeilsvUle ... Ellsworth ...... Ellsworth ...... Beldenville Newport, Minn. Dahl, Delores Dahms, Maroie Daoust, Mark DeLono, Bruce DeLono, Sharon Dempsey, Keith Qrantsburg River Falls ... Oneida ... Amery . Elmwood Hillsdale Dexter, Gerald Dickson, Allen DiSalvo, Vincent Donatelle, Gary . Dorrance, Herman Drew, Gordon New London ..... Stering ..... Cudahy ... Cumberland ..... Hixlon ..... Qleasson Drost, Suzanne .... Dudenhoeper, Jack Dueholm, Lyn Dunn, Patricia Durand, Cyrille . Dusek, Dennis ... .. New Aubum ......... Jim Falls ............ Milltoum ....... Ellsworth No. St. Paul, Minn. ... River Falls PRESHMEN — 155Dusek, Shirley Duval, Patrick Dykstra, John . Earl, Thomas .. Eastman, David Eckdlad, Bruce .... River Falls .... Cochrane ........ Waldo .... Menomonie .... Balsam Lake Red Wing, Minn. Edinger, Clive .... Ellingson, Larry .... Ellingstad, Richard Endres, Joseph .... Endres, Robert .... Engebretson, Don .. ......... Omro ..... Centuria ....... Hudson Hampton, Minn. Hampton, Minn. ....... Hudson Engberg, Don ............. St. Paul, Minn. Enoum, Donald ................ Independence Enloe, Mary ................... River Falls Entzminger, Karen .................. Colfax Erickson, Darlene ............ Rice Lake Erickson, Kenneth ............. River Falls Erickson, LeeAndra Ermisch, Eucene .... Esswein, Lane ...... Falstad, Robert..... Fellenz, David ..... Fbltes, Lorentz .... .. Ettrick .. Lakeland, Minn. ...... Boyceville ..........Spooner ... Chippewa Falls West Chicago, III. Finley, William ... Finn, Kathleen .... Fisk, Douglas ..... Fleming, Glen ..... Flueger, Heidi .... Flynn, John ....... ........ River Falls .......... Ellsworth .... St. Croix Falls .. Hastings, Minn. Red Wing, Minn. ........ Neillsville Foss, Janet .... Fox, Ronnie .... Frank, Lona .... Frank, Maryanne Freier, Steven . Fritz, Robert .. . Whitehall ......... Clear Lake .......... Deer Park ......... Clear Lake . ... Red Wing, Minn. . St. Paul Park, Minn. Froseth, John ... Fuzer, Thomas . Gagnon, John ... Garlie, Norman Gedatus, Nancy Geiseker, Roy .. Elk Mound West Allis .... Wales . Webster Woodville Plum City Germain, Richard .................... Somerset Gesche, Lowell .................... Elmwood Giese, David .................... Star Prairie Giese, Diane .................... Star Prairie Gigstad, Leif ................. Sturgeon Bay Gleiner, Paul .............. St. Paul, Minn. Godden, Gerald ... Gonsior, Margaret Gotham, Jerry ..... Greenwold, Larry Grivna, Donald .... Grover, Mavis ..... ............. Roberts ..... St. Paul, Minn. .............. Chetek .............. Barron ............. Clayton ............. Nekoosa I 56 — FRESHMENGruis, Dale ........ Gunderson, Marians Gust , Wanda ....... Gust, Robert ....... Gustafson, Pamela .. Haak, Conrad ....... .. Hastings, Minn. ............ Mabel ...... Whitehall ....... Deer Park Red Wing, Minn. ... Pontiac, Mich. Haas, Frank .............. St. Paul, Minn. Habelman, Robert ............... Tomah Haddow, Karen ............ Spring Valley Hagen, Orwoll ............... Wittenberg Hagestad, Herman ............ River Falls Haider, Martin ........... New Richmond Halberc, Eric ................. Exeland Hall, Kathleen ................ Roberts Hall, Myron ....... Qrand Meadow, Minn. Halverson, Robert ...... Qlenwood City Hammelman, Richard ............... Deer Park Hansen, Ardell ............... Milltovm Hanson, Ardys Hanson, John ... Hanson, John ... Hanson, Robert Hanson, Wayne Harmon, Judith ..... Hayward ...... Baldwin ... Turtle Lake .... Sand Creek ........ Amcry .... Plum City Harris, Gordon .......... Hastings, Minn. Harris, Jeff ...................... Amery Hauo, Joan ........................ Amery Hauschildt, Dean .............. Ellsworth Hay, Steven ........................ Lake Qeneva Headley, Leon ........Qamboa, Cana! Zone Hedlund, Ann ....................... Luck Henderson, David ............... Colfax Hendrickson, David ............ Woodville Hepp, Ronald .................... Mauston Herman, David .................... Qilman Heselton, Anita .... St. Paul Park, Minn. Hess, Darrel Hickox, Bill .... Hines, Dan ...... Hirdler, Douglas Hittman, Lance . Hoffman, Alan ... ............ Bruce ...... Shell Lake .......... Hayward . Red Wing, Minn. West Chicago, III. ............ Aniwa Holden, Sharon .................... Hudson Holmes, Gary .......... No. St. Paul, Minn. Holmstadt, Wayne .............. Plum City Holt, Gerald ..................... Qranton Hoover, Robin ................ River Falls Horn, Wayne ............. Black River Falls Hubin, Daniel .................Shell Lake Hudson, Doyle .................. Ellsworth Huffcutt, John .................... Cadott Isaksson, Glen ............... River Falls Jacobson, Arvin ..... Qrand Meadow, Minn. Jaunke, Roland .................. Somerset Birferii FRESHMEN — I $7Janota, Arthur ...................... Chetek Jensen, Duane ..................... Frederic Jensen, James ...................... Hayward Jensen, Richard ..................... AUoona Jenson, Gerald ................... Ellsworth Jenssen, Allen .................... Frederic Jilek, Anthony ................ Rice Lake Johnson, Forrest ............. Elmtcood Johnson, Karen ............... Centuria Johnson, Kenneth ................. Luck Johnson, Lawrence ............. Hammond Johnson, Linda L............ Stillwater Johnson, Linda J.............. River Falls Johnson, Susan ................... LaCrosse Johnson, Sandra .................... Canton Johnston, James ................... Webster Junkman, Rebecca ......... Wisconsin Rapids Jurgens, Ernest .............. River Falls Kahl, Gary ...... Kallevang, James Kammerud, Peter Kampf, Jill Ann . Karras, Rocbr ... Kieske, Frederick ....... Ridgeland ......... Centuria .......... Osceola Red Wing, Minn. .......... Hudson . Stillwater, Minn. Kim, Woon ........................ Seoul, Korea Kinney, Mark .................... Hammond Kissling, Robert ............. Wauwautosa Klapel, Leora .................... Sarona Kloke, Orville .............. Maiden Rock Klundy, Rallin .................... Osseo Knoebel, James .... Knutson, David .... Knutson, Thomas .... Kobow, Lynn ....... Kraft, Larry....... Kraft, Kenneth .... Qlenwood City ...... Chetek .... LaCrosse .. Beaver Dam Colfax Elko Kraft, Patricia ................. Menomonie Kranz, Judy ............... Hastings, Minn. Krentz, David ............. St. Paul, Minn. Krings, John ......................... Plum City Kurschner, Nancy ............ Prairie Farm LaBar, Samuel ............. ldyllwild, Calif. Lammers, Judith ......... Stillwater, Minn. Lareen, Alice .................. Cumberland Lark, Larry ....................... Downing La Ronge, Lynne ................... Hayward Larrabee, Richard ................. Webster Larson, John ...................... Hammond Larson, Kenneth Larson, Keith Larson, Loretta Larson, Wayne . Laska, Christine Lasley, Lyle .... ....... River Falls ...... Clear Lake ......... Stockholm ...... River Falls ........... Hayward Minneapolis, Minn. 15$ - FRESHMENLeander, Branth Lee, Glenn ..... Lee, James ..... Leitner, Ronald Lenselink, Joan . Lindquist, James Minneapolis, Minn. ............ Barron ....... River Falls ........... Chilton ....... Clear Lake ....... Hager City Lindquist, Jerry ................. Hager City Linehan, William ................ Hudson Linse, Ruth .................... Mondavi Lipovsky, Joyce ................ Downing Londo, Victor ............. $fwrg«m Bay Loock, Irvin ..................... Amery Loudenback, Romayne .... St. Croix Falls Louks, Dennis ............. Turtle Lake Lukas, Robert ..................... Owen Madison, Bruce .............. Cumberland Mahlstedt, Dixie Lee ........... Roberts Mahoney, Terrence ........Newport, Minn. Manosky, Linda .............. Centuria Marbk, Laura .................. Cadott Marshall, Ronald ............... Amery Marson, Henry .................. Hudson Martel, Jerome ............. Fox Lake Marten, Robert .......... New Richmond Martineau, David .......... River Falls Mathison, Roger ............ Wittenberg McAdam, James ........... New Richmond McDaniel, Joe ................ Norxealk McDonough, Thomas ....... St. Paul, Minn. McNamara, Darlene ....... Qlenwood City Mead, Dean ....................... Ashland Meeker, Robert ........... Hastings, Minn. Meier, Robert .................. Menomonie Miles, Leroy ...................... Suring Meyer, Frederick ................... Loyal Miller, Christine ............. River Falls Miller, Nancy ................. Frederic Moehrle, Diane ...... Bloomington, Minn. Molstad, Tom .....................Sparta Monchilovich, Gloria ........ Cumberland Monson, Darrell ............. River Falls Monson, Donald .............. River Falls Moore, Charles ... Moore, Louis .... Morrison, Elaine Most, Lynn ...... Motl, Marilyn .... Mountain, Donald ...... Pelican Lake Minneapolis, Minn. .......... Ellsworth ........... Prescott ....... River Falls .......... Ellsworth Moussette, Richard Mueller, Christ ... Murphy, Dorothy .. Myers, Richard ... Myrvold, Carol ... Natzke, John ..... ........ Cornell .... Marshfield .... River Falls Hastings, Minn. ....... Hudson ........ Merrill PRESHMENNelson, Eric ................. Sturgeon Bay Nelson, Selmer ............... Prairie Farm Nelson, Stuart ................. Star Prairie Nelson, William ..................... Bloomer Neste, Donald ....................... Spooner Neubauer, Joseph ................... Prescott Neumann, Roger ................ River Falls Nichols, Penny ..................... Centuria Nichols, Patricia ................... Wheeler Nickolaus, Florence ......... White Bear Lake, Minn. Nielsen, Gary ................. Hager City Nielsen, LuVerne ................... Milltown Norden, Sharon ...................... Baldwin Norris, Judith ....................... Hudson Norrish, Jambs ................. Rock Falls O’Connell, Francis .................. Hammond O’Dell, Chester ..................... Madison Olsen, Lawrence ................... Fairchild Olsen, Norman ..................... Fairchild Olson, Bernard ............ New Richmond Olson, Douglas ....................... Dallas Olson, Gary ................... Balsam Lake Olson, Judith F.......... Spring Valley Olson, JoAnn ..................... Qrantsburg Olson, Judith G...... Minneapolis, Minn. Olson, Keith ........... Spring Valley Olson, Michael .......... Black River Falls Olson, Timothy ........................ Osseo Olson, William C...................... Hudson Omdahl, Richard .................... Hastings Orfgren, Donald ................... Menomonie Ormston, Clyde ................... Qrantsburg Ostrander, Dennis ................... Melrose Oswald, Gary ...................... Qreenwood Overby, Earle ........................ Taylor Owens, Fredric ...................... Hammond Owens, Harlin Clam Falls Painter, Joanne Nekoosa Palmer, Ronald Hudson Pampucii, Donald Independence Peabody, Robert Hammond Peach, Renie Luck Pecha, Marcus Motion Pechacek, Mary EllsuMrth Pechacek, Roger River Falls Peissig, Dennis .. Dorchester Persson, Nancy St. Paul, Minn. Peterson, Howard Lake Qeneva Peterson, John Clear Lake Peterson, Carolyn D. Ellsworth Peterson, Carol P. .... New Richmond Peterson, Charles .... Stillwater, Minn. Peterson, Emery Cadott Peterson, Richard Ellsworth 160 — freshmenPeterson, Steward .............. Hager City Petricka, Georoe New Prague, Minn. Pippenoer, William Phillips Plain, Robert Stillwater, Minn. Plourde, Ralph .................... Somerset Plumb, Richard .................... Edgerton Poulter, Charles Prause, Bruce ... Prescott, Charles Raasch, Doris Raasch, Judy ... Raether, James Cumberland ........ Roberts .......... Tomah Red Wing, Minn. ......... Wilson ........ Cadott Rakkl, Guy .. Rast, John . Rast, Robert ... Rathsacx, Francis Rayburn, Daniel Reiter, Joanne .. Abbottsford ...... Madison ...... Madison Ladysmith Neillsville St. Paul, Minn. Richardson, Jerilyn ........... River Palls Roberts, Mary ...................... Amery Romero, Gloria ................. Ellsworth Romsos, Dale ..................... Cameron Romsos, Eugeni: ............... Barronettc Rosenbrook, Robert ............... Bloomer Rudell, Helen .. Ruder, Lynda Rusch, Mary Jane Ryan, Peter ...... Ruedy, Donald .... Sager, Terrance ......... Frederic So. St. Paid, Minn. ............ Hudson ........ Hammond Neillsville .... New Richmond Sr. John, Shirley Samuelson, Day . Sandeen, Jerrold Sandeen, Mary ... Sathra, James ... Savoie, Matthew .... Waupaca ..... Hastings, Minn. .. St. Paul, Minn. .....Stillwater, Minn. St. Paul Park, Minn. ..... Hastings, Minn. Schaeper, David . Whitehall Schaffer, Anita . Prescott Scaffer, Kathleen Turtle Lake Schieven, Marcia .. Hammond SCHLADWEILER, RONALD . Plum City Schmanski, Joan . Red Wing, Minn. Schmidt, Henry Btmamwood Schmidt, James LaCrosse Schmidt, Verona Almena Schmilino, Bruce Algoma Schommer, Margaret ... Frederic Schubert, Ines River Falls ScHUELLER, JAMBS Marshfield Schultz, Albert Curtiss Schultz, William Antigo Schwalen, Georoe . • Roberts Seiler, Janice St. Paul Seipl, Linda '. Phan City HMEN— 16ISelbrf.de, Richard .................... Hudson Selck, Richard .................... Janesville Setter, Paul ..................... Deer Park Seyedin, Mir ................... Mashhad, Iran Siebold, Wayne ....................... Hammond Sieleni, Thomas ............. St. Paul, Minn. Simon, Donald ........ Sipple, Kenneth . Sjolin, Ann .......... Skorude, Michael Smith, James .... Prairie Farm ..... Menomonie ... Spring Valley Red Wing, Minn. .......... Merrill Smith, John D....................... Burkhardt Smith, Joyce ..................... Barron Smith, Lane ..................... Downing Smrz, Thomas ................. Milxcaukee Sokolowski, Leonard ............. Hawkins Sorensen, Bruce ................... Amery Sorensen, Richard............... Bay City Speich, Robert ...... Stahl, Charles ...... Standish, Nancy ..... Stanley, John ....... Steffen, Gregory .... Stock ley, Donald ... Ladysmith Stilhvater, Minn. ..... River Falls .... Hudson .. Qlenwood City .. Rhinelander Strand, Neal ............. New Richmond Strauss, Dick .......... Menomonee Falls Strenger, John ......... Willemie, Minn. Stunkel, Marlyce .............. Hawkins Suennen, Catherine ............. Hudson Suleske, Richard ............. Waukesha Sumner, Mae ........ Swenson, Sharon .... Swibnton, Richard.... Symes, Jeffrey ..... Szczech, George .... Taft, Beverly ...... ....... River Falls Minneapolis, Minn. ..............Thorp ........... Baldwin ............ Stanley .......... Hillsdale Taft, Bradley ................ Hillsdale Taylor, Louise ...............Shell Lake Tengbsdahl, Shirley............... Mable Thayer, Gordon ................. (Jordon Thiemke, Bruce ................... Tomah Thompson, Marilyn ................. Luck Thoreson, Maren ................. Roberts Tietz, Larry ................. Clam Falls Tjblta, Ruth .................. Ridgeland Todora, Michael ......... St. Paul, Minn. Tooley, Jenita .......... St. Paul, Minn. Tousley, Carolyn ............ River Falls Traastad, Douglas ... Trimberger, Paul ... Twining, Thomas .... Tyler, Thomas ...... Ueland, Marjorie ... Umland, Lester ..... ............ Westby ... St. Paul, Minn. ........... Spooner .... New Richmond . No. St. Paul, Minn. ......... Bimamwood 16i - FRESHMENUrbanz, Frank Vakdfberc. Judith Vanous, Roorr Vehrs, Henry .... Vxchorek, John Vick, Peter ..... Willard Prescott Columbia Heights, Minn. ............. Star Prairie Somerset ............. Ric« Lake Vier, James Voioht, Beverly Vollert, Gail Walker, Kae Wall, James Wall, Larry ... ... Hudson Barron Star Prairie River Palls Prairie Farm Ellsworth Walsh, Mary Warhol, Larry Warner, David Wears, Karen Weber, Douolas Webster, Clark ....... New Richmond Amery ... Whitehall ,....... Amery ............. Elmwood White Bear Lake, Minn. Weiser, Michael ... Welzien, Annabell Wert, Jack ..... Westlund, Marlys Wipps, Gayle White, Donald .. ... Clem Falls ... Weyerhauser ......Hudson New Richmond ... Waukesha .... Spooner Wickboldt, Dr An Wicklund, John .... Williams, Charles Williams, Leo ... Williamson, Gary Wilson, Warren ... Turtle Lake St. Paul.Mmn. Osseo New Richmond ... Hudson ..... Frederic Winbero, Catherine Winzer, Ruth ....... WlSKERSCHEN, MlCHAEL Wolf, LeRoy ........ Wolfe, Loren .... WOLLMERINO, THOMAS Ellsworth Roberts Plum City ... Prescott ... Cochrane Hampton, Minn. Wrioht, Sandra Tee, Sam ......... Youno, Robert Younoer, Thomas Zabbl, Gary Zawadski, Gabriel .. River Falls .... Elgin, III. Hudson ... Hudson St. Paul. Minn. .......Withee Zioneoo, Ronald ........................ Woodville Zuke, Richard Riverside, III. — 6}Not Pictured JUNIORS Bergquist, Jacquelyn ............. Amery Danks, Lloyd ................ Readfield Goodynouoh, Leroy ................. Rice Lake Hill, Cynthia ......... So. St. Paul, Mam. Johnson, John K................. Baldwin Kraemer. Ex win ............. Shell Lake Larsen, Kay ...................... Amery Lundcaard, Stanley .......... BeldenvUle Lynch, John .............. Menomonie Mayes, Patricia .......... New Richmond Miller, Gene ................... Clinton Miller. Richard ............. West Allis Nelson, Barbara .......... New Richmond Nelson, Charles M. Maiden Rock Nelson, James ................ Ellsworth O’Connell, Patrice M............ Baldwin Smith, Charles E................. Beloit Stack, John ..............St. Paul, Minn. SOPHOMORES Altmann, Marlene ...... So. St. Paul, Minn. Anderson, Gerald ......... St. Paul, Minn. Anderson, Glenn .................. Ossao Ayvazzadeh, Homer Tehran, Iran Claflin, James ... Hastings, Minn. Doers, David .................... Cadott Fountain, Donald ......... Austin, Minn. Locke, Richard ................... Clear Lake Lucia, Joseph ............ Si. Paul, Minn. Rabhslbr, Ronald ............ River Falls Randall, William ................ Amery Ridnour, Glen ................. Arkansas Ruben, Don .................. Waukesha Stbne, Ronald .................. Baldwin Wilcox, Donald ................. Hammond FRESHMEN Akdaiil, Gerald..................Hammond Clifton, Judson .......... St. Paul, Minn. Friese, Steve ......... Red Wing, Minn. Hawksford, John ............. Deer Park Kim, Hai Ryong ........... Seoul, Korea LaBerce, Phillip ............. Ladysmith Lindell, Maroaret New Richmond Manthe, Dennis ........... Morrisonville Mueiilemann, Charles ........... Madison Pariseau, Richard ........ St. Paul, Minn. Rinolien, Paul ............... Whitehall Late Registrants FRESHMEN Albriohtson, Jeanie Lundmark, Gary Auth, Neil Metcalf, Carlos Axtell, James Metcalf, Nancy Bauer, Roger Morrison, Ivan Becker, Martha Nelson, Dennis Bennett, Columbus Nelson, Donald Casey, John Pribnow, Rooer Cooper, Henry Probst, Rooer Dravis, Frederick Schmaltz, T. A. Foreman, Donald Schultz, Dennis Frazier, David Stellrecht, Donald Frazier, Joan Strasser, Thomas Graham, Morgan Sundry, Charles Hicks, Terrence Tranc, Lam Dao Isakson, Stewart Utterback, Phillip Jaeoer, William Walker, Robert Johnston, David Wall, Richard Kopacz, Fred Wells, Abron Larson, Gayle Lind, Bonnie Ziloe, Melverne SOPHOMORES Amirani, Abdol Kimmes, Thomas Anderson, Marvin Larson, Barry Anderson, Richard Lonotin, Anita Arndt, James Mebham, Ronald Arnold, Mary Mensch, Richard Banks, James Mortenson, William Barringer, Larry Mott, Rodney Bourdaohs, Ronald Nelson, Dean Edlin, Emmet Noreen, Bradley Emerson, David Peterson, Charles Erickson, Donna Rasmussen, Carolyn Everson, Thomas Roth, Beverly Fenton, Kenneth Sempf, Tom Flyostad, Lyle Stuve, Glenn Garrett, John Swienton, Richard Hinke, Tom Thompson, Orvald Horne, Loretta Wells, Robert Huffcutt, John Kidd, Richard Weyenbero, Welden JUNIORS Berrey, Kay Liebziet, Eldon Block, Richard Lindquist, Craig Bunnelle, Mary Lindquist, Jean Burton, Keith Moe, David Dantzman, Gerald Peterson, Arthur Gotz, Jerome Riter, Judith Grimm, Gary Roy, James Hyska, John Zerahn, David 64 — FRESHMENSenior Activities ANNE E. ADAMS Sheboyoan Secondary Education M: English, m: French, Sociology SAC 3; French Cl 1134, Pres 3; NCTE 34; SCS 234; Who’s Who 4; Personnel Comm 3; AWS 123A, Board 1; Symphonic Band 1234, Sec 4; Meletcan 34, Ass’t Ed 3, Co-Ed 4; Wesley 12, Historian 2; Class Sec 3; Student Voice 123, Ed Page Ed 3. LOREN ALBERT River Falls Liberal Arts M: Physics, Mathematics, m: Chemistry Men’s Chorus 1; Y-GOP 34; Chess Cl 1234; Physics Colloquium 34; Wesley 123; Intra 1234. CAROL REED ALMS Sprino Valley Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Music SAC 3; SNEA 4; AWS 1234; Symphonic Band 123; Or chestra 23; MENC 23, Pres 3. JOSEPH G. ALMS Sprino Valley Secondary Education M: Music, m: English SAC 3; Social Comm 3, Chrm 3; MENC 123, VP 2, Prog Chrm 3; Symphonic Band 1234; Choir 123, Pres 3; Brass En 234; Madrigal 2; SCGB, 3. MARILYN STONE AMES River Fall Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Art SCS 2; AWS 1234; Orchestra 12. BERNICE AMUNDSON Emerald Secondary Education M: Biology, m: Physical Education, Health SCS 4; Newman Cl 1234, Sec 2, Education Board 34, Chrwm 4; AWS 1234, Sec 4; BBB 34; Hathom Hall Coun 3; KDP 34. EARL ANDERSON Milltown Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Physical Education Intra 1234 KENNETH A. ANDERSON St. Paul, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: History SNEA 4; Intra 1234. DAVID ANKLEY Rice Lake Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Mathematics TM 34; Y-GOP 234; Newman Cl 34; FFA 234, Sentinel 4; Baseball 34; Intra 1234. LOWELL D. BALTZ Kendall Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Biology TM 34, Sec 4; Vet’s Cl 12; Gamma Delta 1234, Pres 2; FFA 1234, Pres 4; BBB 34; Choir 1. JEROME V. BAMBENEK Arcadia Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Economics TM 4, Treas 4; Newman Cl 1234, Treas 4; FFA 1234, Reporter 4; Intra 12. JAMES B. BASTIAN St. Paul, Minn. Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: Political Science Vet’s Cl 1234; Newman Cl 12; Social Comm 12; Econ Cl 234. GARY A. BAUM New Richmond Liberal Arts M: Physics, Mathematics SAC 4; Math Cl 124; Physics Colloquium 234, Exec Chrm 4; Y Dems 4; Intra 123. PAUL W. BECVAR Grantsburg Secondary Education M: Mathematics, Physics, m: Chemistry Math Cl 234; SNEA 4; Physics Colloquium 34; Intra 234. WAYNE L. BEEBE River Falls Secondary Education M: Mathematics, Chemistry, m: Biology Math Cl 12; Band 1. GEORGE B. BEESTMAN Clear Lake Secondary Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology SAC 4; Masquers 12; TM 34, Pres 4; Men’s Chorus 12; SNEA 34; FFA 1234; Y Dems 23; Wesley 1234, Treas 4; Class VP 4; Intra 1234; College Countryman 34. GERALDINE BEGGS Minneapolis, Minn. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Physical Education ACE 12, Sec 2; AWS 124; SNEA 12; WRA 124, VP 2; Orchestra 2; Rural Life Cl 12; LSA 12. THOMAS PETER BENICK No. St. Paul, Minn. Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: Psychology Econ Cl 4. BERNARD L. BERGER Elk Mound Liberal Arts M: Biology, m: Chemistry, Agriculture Vet’s Cl 1234, VP 3, Treas 4; Y Dems 3; BBB 34, VP 4; German Cl 3; Intra 3. DAWN BERGSTROM Luck Secondary Education M: English, m: Journalism, Sociology Student Senate 4; SAC 234; French Cl 123, Sec-Treas 2; NCTE 1234, Sec-Treas 2, Pres 3; SNEA 12; Prologue 34, Ed 4; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234; Y Dems 34, Recording Sec 4; Class Treas 4; Student Voice 234, Front Page Ed 4. SENIOR ACTIVITIES — I 6»JUDITH DAFT River Falls Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Psychology, Sociology SAC 4; ACE 34, Pres 4; SNEA 34, State Student WEA Sec 4; Winter Carnival Chrwm 4; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234, Board 4; Symphonic Band 1234; Falconettes 1; Wesley 12; Orchestra 1; SCA 4, Treas 4. LOWELL DAGUE Cumberland Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: Geography T Dems 34; Econ Cl 234. Program Chrm 3; Intra 12. JAMES LYLE DEMARCE Spring Valley Liberal Am M: History, Political Science, m: German Who’s Who 4; T Dems 34; German Cl 34, Pres 3. MICHAEL A. DROST New Auburn Secondary Education M: Music, m: Chemistry Men’s Chorus 12; Newman Cl 1234, Pres 4; Symphonic Band 1234, Librarian 34; Choir 3; Orchestra 124; MENC 34- DONALD D. DROUBIE St. Paul, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Psychology SNEA 4; Intra 34. CLIFFORD B. DUEHOLM Milltown Secondary Education M: Science, m: Mathematics Vet’s Cl 4; Intra 14. JAMES J. DURNING Hudson Liberal Am M: Economics Vet’s Cl 234; Newman Cl 234; Econ Cl 234, Pres 2; L.A. Student Placement Comm Co-Chrm 34. DARLENE DUSEK River Falls Secondary Education M: English, m: Library Science, Sociology NCTE 34; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 1234; AWS 1234; Y Dems 34; KDP 4. DALE EDLIN Stockholm Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Biology FFA 34; KDP 4; Intra 34; Ag Scholarship Comm 34. JOHN F. EISELE JR. River Falls Secondary Education M: Chemistry, m: Physics, Mathematics SNEA 4; Vet’s Cl 1234; Chcm Cl 4. DALE A. EMERSON Red Wino, Minn. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: History SNEA 124; Y-GOP x; Chess Cl 1; BSF 1234, Treas 3, Pres 4. ROY H. ENGLEBERT Forbstville Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Chemistry SAC 4; TM 34, Pres 4; Newman Cl 12; FFA 1234; Y Dems 34; Choir 1234. RICHARD ERICKSON Barron Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Economics FFA 1234; Intra 1234; Covenant Cl 1234. LOIS FARMER Pipestone, Minn. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Library Science ACE 34; SNEA 234; Wesley 1234, Historian 3; YM-YW 3; SCA 4, Sec 4; Choir 124; AWS 1234. RUTH ANN FICK Wilton Medical Technology SCS 3; AWS 123; BBB 3; Class Sec 2; German Cl 23; LSA 123. FALTON FISCHER Oconto Falls Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Physical Education, Social Science ACE 4; Y-GOP 34; Gamma Delta 23; Basketball 1; Intra mu JON H. FISK St. Croix Falls Secondary Education M: Mathenmatics, m: Chemistry, Physics Math Cl 1234; Chem Cl 234; Wesley 12; Intra 1234. FRANK LEE FOX Waukesha Agriculture Education M: Mathematics, m: Chemistry, Physics SAC 34; TM 4, VP 4; FFA 1234, Treas 4; Wesley 1234, Pres 4; Intra 1234; College Countryman 34. JOAN FRANK Pepin Two-Year Elementary SCS 2; AWS 12; Wesley 12; Rural Life Cl 12, VP 1, Pres 2. MYLES E. FRANKLIN River Falls Liberal Arts M: Physics, Chemistry, m: Mathematics Vet’s Cl 1234; Chem Cl 1234; Physics Colloquium 34. KAREN GATTEN Chippewa Falls Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Speech ACE 4; SNEA 3; SCS 234; Who’s Who 4; Social Comm 2; AWS 1234, Treas 2; Dance Theater 14; Falconettes 12; Y Dems 34; Wesley 12; Class Treas 1; KDP 4; Reader’s Theatre 1; SC Public Relations Comm 34. JAMES R. GEHRING Stillwater, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Art Atelier 4; FFA 12; Rural Life Cl 2. GEORGE E. GETTEN Wayzata, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Speech SNEA 4- SENIOR ACTIVITIES —• I 67JUDITH DAFT River Falls Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Psychology, Sociology SAC 4; ACE 34, Pres 4; SNEA 34, State Student WEA Sec 4; Winter Carnival Chrwm 4; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234, Board 4; Symphonic Band 1234; Falconettes 1; Wesley 12; Orchestra 1; SCA 4, Treas 4. LOWELL DAGUE Cumberland Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: Geography Y Dems 34; Econ Cl 234, Program Chrm 3; Intra 12. JAMES LYLE DEMARCE Spring Valley Liberal Arts M: History, Political Science, m: German Who’s Who 4; Y Dems 34; German Cl 34, Pres 3. MICHAEL A. DROST New Auburn Secondary Education M: Music, m: Chemistry Men’s Chorus 12; Newman Cl 1 34, Pres 4; Symphonic Band 1234, Librarian 34; Choir 3; Orchestra 124; MENC 34- DONALD D. DROUBIE St. Paul, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Psychology SNEA 4; Intra 34. CLIFFORD B. DUEHOLM Milltown Secondary Education M: Science, m: Mathematics Vet’s Cl 4; Intra 14. JAMES J. DURNING Hudson Liberal Arts M: Economics Vet’s Cl 234; Newman Cl 234; Econ Cl 234, Pres 2; L.A. Student Placement Comm Co-Chrm 34. DARLENE DUSEK River Falls Secondary Education M: English, m: Library Science, Sociology NCTE 34; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 1234; AWS 1234; Y Dems 34; KDP 4. DALE EDLIN Stockholm Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Biology FFA 34; KDP 4; Intra 34; Ag Scholarship Comm 34. JOHN F. EISELE JR. River Falls Secondary Education M: Chemistry, m: Physics, Mathematics SNEA 4; Vet’s Cl 1234; Chem Cl 4. DALE A. EMERSON Red Wing, Minn. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: History SNEA 124; Y'GOP 1; Chess Cl 1; BSF 1234, Treas 3, Pres 4. ROY H. ENGLEBERT Forestville Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Chemistry SAC 4; TM 34, Pres 4; Newman Cl 12; FFA 1234; Y Dems 34; Choir 1234. RICHARD ERICKSON Barron Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Economics FFA 1234; Intra 1234; Covenant Cl 1234. LOIS FARMER Pipestone, Minn. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Library Science ACE 34; SNEA 234; Wesley 1234, Historian 3; YM-YW 3; SCA 4. Sec 4; Choir 124; AWS 1234. RUTH ANN PICK Wilton Medical Technology SCS 3; AWS 123; BBB 3; Class Sec 2; German Cl 23; LSA 123. FALTON FISCHER Oconto Falls Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Physical Education, Social Science ACE 4; Y'GOP 34; Gamma Delta 23; Basketball 1; Intra 1234. JON H. FISK St. Croix Falls Secondary Education M: Mathenmatics, m: Chemistry, Physics Math Cl 1234; Chem Cl 234; Wesley 12; Intra 1234. FRANK LEE FOX Waukesha Agriculture Education M: Mathematics, m: Chemistry, Physics SAC 34: TM 4. VP 4; FFA 1224. Treas 4; Wesley 1234, Pres 4; Intra 1234; College Countryman 34. JOAN FRANK Pepin Two-Year Elementary SCS 2; AWS 12; Wesley 12; Rural Life ◦ 12, VP 1, Pres 2. MYLES E. FRANKLIN River Falls Liberal Arts M: Physics, Chemistry, m: Mathematics Vet’s Cl 1234; Chem Cl 1234; Physics Colloquium 34. KAREN GATTEN Chippewa Falls Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Speech ACE 4; SNEA 3; SCS 234; Who’s Who 4; Social Comm 2; AWS 1234, Treas 2; Dance Theater 14; Falconettes 12; Y Dems 34; Wesley 12; Class Treas 1; KDP 4; Reader’s Theatre 1; SC Public Relations Comm 34. JAMES R. GEHRING Stillwater, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Art Atelier 4; FFA 12; Rural Life Cl 2. GEORGE E. GETTEN Wayzata, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Speech SNEA 4. SENIOR ACTIVITIES --- 167LAWRENCE R. GINTHER Augusta Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Y-GOP 23; FFA 1234; Intra 123. MARILYN FREIBERG GJOVIG Spring Valley Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Art AWS 1234; LSA i. FRANCIS GOMBOLD No. St. Paul. Minn. Liberal Arts M: Psychology, Economics, m: Guidance Vet’s Cl 1234; Newman Cl a; Psych Cl 4; Baseball 1234; Econ Cl 4; Intra 1234; R Cl 1234, Scc-Trcas 4. DANIEL GORTON Glbnwood City Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Chemistry SAC 4; Commcntarians 234, Pres 4; FFA 1234, Pres 4; Y Dems 3; KDP 34; Intra ij PDK 1; Debate 1. PATRICIA GRANT River Falls Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Music ACE 4; WRA 34, Trcas 4; Symphonic Band 234; AWS 234; Orchestra 23, Scc-Treas 2; MENC 23. RONALD GRAY Maiden Rock Secondary Education M: Mathematics, Chemistry SNEA 4; Intra 1234. WAYNE HANDLOS Hudson Secondary Education M: Biology, m: Chemistry, Geography SAC 4; BBB 34. Pres 4; KDP 4; Who’s Who 4. BETTY ANN HANSON Rice Lake Two-Year Elementary Math a 1; Y-GOP 2; AWS 12; Rural Life Cl 12; LSA 12. STEPHEN HANSON Spring Valley Liberal Are M: Chemistry, m: Mathematics Math Q 1; Y-GOP 1. WAYNE HARMANN Algoma Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Chemistry SAC 23; TM 2; Prologue Photographer 234; Vet’s Cl 4; Newman Cl 1234, Pfes 3: Who’s Who 4; FFA 1234; College Countryman 34; Meletean Photographer 234; Student Voice Photographer 234; KDP 34. DARRELL HART Mondovi Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: Physical Education Y-GOP 34; Basketball 1234; R Cl 1234; Intra 1234. HAROLD W. HAVLIK Hillsboro Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Vet’s Cl 124; Newman Cl 12; Symphonic Band 1234; FFA 124; Intra 1; Falconaires 12. KATHLEEN HARTWIG Hammond Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: English SAC 4; ACE 34, Treas 4; NCTE 234; SCS 234; AWS 1234, Board 34, Pres 4; Symphonic Band 1234. Sec 3; Falconcttes 12; Hathom Hall Council 1, Sec 2; KDP 4; LSA 1234, Sec 2; Concert and Lecture Comm 12; Who’s Who 4. LEIGHTON HAWKINSON River Falls Liberal Arts M: Sociology, Psychology Psych Cl 4; Intra 12. ROBERT A. HEAGLE Menomonie Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology TM a; Vet’s Cl 1234; Newman Cl 1234; FFA 234; Agrifallian 1; Intra 123. ROBERT HELBERG Spencer Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Commcntarians 4; FFA 1234. RUSSELL HELWIG Eau Claire Secondary Education M: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry SAC 34; Math Cl 234, Publicity Chrm 3; SNEA 1234, Publicity Chrm 3, Pres 4; Chess Club 1, VP 1; Chcm Cl 1234; FFA 1; Physics Colloquium 34; Wesley 1234, Treas 2, Pres 3; KDP 4; YM-YW 34; Who’s Who 4. YVONNE D. HENDRICKSON River Fall Liberal Are, Secondary Education M: Sociology, Psychology SNEA 4; AWS 1234; Psyc Cl 34, Program Chrwm 3, Pres 4; Y Dems 4; Wesley 34; SCA 4, Pres 4. CLAIRE HEWITT Plum City Liberal Are M: Chemistry, Physics, m: Mathematics Math Cl 2; Newman Cl 1234; Chcm Cl 34; Physics Colloquium 234; Y Dems 34; Intra 234. JOHN HOLMAN Shell Lake Liberal Are M: Agriculture TM 34; FFA 12; Wesley 134; Agrifallian 34, Treas 4; Intra 1234. FRANCIS M. HORNE Boyd Liberal Are M: Economics, m: Bioloey Vet’s Cl 4; Newman Cl 1; I Dems 4; Intra 12. CORRINE HRIBAR Winter Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Music ACE a; SNEA 34, Program Chrwm 4; WRA 12; Newman Cl 1234, Choir Director 23. Education Board Chrwm S; AWS 122A, Board 3; Dance Theatre 1; Choir 234; rchestra 3; MENC 34, Program Chrwm 3. PETER JOHN HUBIN Shell Lake Secondary Education M: Biology, m: Physical Education, Health R Cl 1234; Intra 1234; Football 1234, Co-Captain 4. 168 — SENIOR ACTIVITIESDOROTHY HUNTER HUSER St. Paul, Mink. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Physical Education SNEA 4; WRA 1234; AWS 1234; Falconcttes 1; Wesley 1234; Rural Life Cl 12. ROGER B. HUSER New Richmond Secondanr Education M: Biology, m: Physical Education, Health, Chemistry Track 1234; R Cl 1234; Intra 1. FREDRICK CLYDE HUNTER St. Paul, Minn. Secondary Education M: Chemistry, m: Mathematics, Art Atelier 45; Chem Cl 3; Wesley 345, Publicity Chrm 5; Intra 34. JACKSON R. HUNTLEY Grantsburc Secondary Education M: Biology, m: Speech, English NCTE 4; Y Dems 34; BBB 34. Trcas 3; Class VP 1; Choir 1; Student Voice 2; KDP 34, Historian 4; Debate 34; Forensics 34; PKD 34, VP 4; Who's Who 4. RONALD DUANE ISAACSON Amery Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Economics Vet’s Cl 1234, Sec 3; FFA 12; Intra 12; LSA 12. ROBERT W. JACOBSON Alma Center Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Vet’s Cl 34; FFA 1234. HARLAN JENSEN River Falls Liberal Arts M: Chemistry, Geography, m: Mathematics Chem Cl 23; Wesley 12; Intra 1234. DAVID J. JOHNSON Hastinos, Minn. Secondary Education M: English, Psychology Masquers 1; Math Cl 1; NCTE 4; Newman Cl 12; Social Comm 1; Psych Cl 4; Y Dems 4. LAWRENCE A. JOHNSON Luck Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Chemistry TM 4; Commentarians 3; FFA 1234, VP 4; Y Dems 34; LSA 12; Ag Scholarship Comm 34, Sec-Treat 34. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON Oconto Falls Liberal Arts M: Chemistry, m: Mathematics Math Cl 2; Chem Cl 1234; Y Dems 3; Intra 1234. GARY KAMPF Red Wino, Minn. Secondary Education M: Mathematics, Chemistry, m: Physics Gamma Delta 1; Siwmarkers 34; Y Dems 34. JON M. KILMER Hillsdale Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Commentarians 34; Symphonic Band 12; FFA 1234; Orchestra 1; Intra 123; Covenant Cl 1234, VP 4. KIM KILYOUNG Seoul, Korea Liberal Arts M: Mathematics, m: Economics Y Dems 4; Wesley 234; Inter Cl 34. GENE J. KIRK Cumberland Secondary Education M: Chemistry, m: Mathematics, Physical Education Math Cl 1; Y-GOP 4; Chem Cl 234; Pinochle Cl 34; Basketball 23; Intra 1234. ROGER E. KNUTSON Ambry Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, Social Science, m: Physical Education SNEA 34; Vet’s Cl 1234, Treas 2; Y Dems 4; Intra 1234. RALPH KOBESKA No. St. Paul, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Social Science SNEA 1. GARY KOCHENDERFER Cochrane Secondary Education M: Biology, m: Health, Physical Education Vet’s Cl 34; Newman Cl 1234; Y Dems 34; Intra 1234. LOIS KOCHENDERFER Fountain City Secondary Education M: Science, m: Guidance Newman Cl 1234, Second VP 4; AWS 1234, Board 4; Hathorn Cottage Pres 4; KDP 34. ROGER JAY KOK Randolph Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology TM 3; Men’s Chorus 3; Y-GOP 3; FFA 1234; Y Dems 2; Intra 123; LSA 123. JOAN KUECHLER Herbster Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Art Atelier 234; ACE 34; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 1234, Corresponding Sec 1, VP 3; KDP 34; AWS 1234; Y Dems 3. JOHN KUKUSKA Hudson Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: Political Science Vet’s Cl 234; Econ Cl 234. SHIRLEY LADD Barronettb Two-Year Elementary AWS 12; Y Dems 1; Rural Life Cl 12; LSA 2. RONALD LaGRANDER Chili Secondary Education M: Chemistry, m: Mathematics, Biology Math Cl 4; SNEA 4; Chem Cl 234; FFA 12; Y Dems 234, Pres 4; BBB 4; Class VP 3; R Cl 34; Track 12. GEORGE LAMKE Wonewoc Liberal Arts M: Economics, Mathematics, m: History, Political Science Vet’s Cl 1234; Y Dems 4; Econ Cl 2. SENIOR ACTIVITIES — 169JAMES LAMPHIER Hudson Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: Speech Newman Qi;Y Dcms 4; R Cl 1x3. MICHAEL J. LAUBER Glenwood Cm Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Physical Education Football 1234; Baseball 234; Basketball 1234; R Cl 1234, Sec-Treas 4. CARROLL LEHMAN Mondovi Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Physical Education ACE 4; Y-GOP 34; Gamma Delta 23; Intra 1234; Bas-ketball 12. GAR WIN R. LENANDER Clayton Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Physical Education ACE 4; Y Dems 34; Student Voice 4; Intra 1234; LSA 12. ROBERT B. LINDBLOM Lakeland, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Geography ACE 4; SNEA 4; Intra 1234. FLOYD R. LINDQUIST Glenwood City Liberal Arts M: Chemistry, Mathematics Math Cl 4; Vet’s Cl 124; Chcm Cl 3. BARBARA LIVINGSTON Middleton Secondary Education M: Art, m: English Atelier 34, Treas 3; French Cl 2; NCTE 2; WRA 12; Newman Cl 234; AWS 1234; Falconettes 1. ARLENE M. LOEBER Stillwater, Minn. Secondary Education M: Chemistry, Mathematics WRA a; AWS 1234; Chem Cl 23; KDP 4; LSA 2. JANICE LUNDBERG River Falls Secondary Education M: Music, m: Library Science AWS 1234; Choir 1234, Librarian 4; Orchestra 23; MENC 23, Sec-Treas 3; LSA 123. GRETCHEN MALLERY Hastings, Minn. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Library Science ACE 123; WRA 34; AWS 1234; KDP 4; Covenant Cl 12, Social Chrwm 2. JEROME A. MANN Red Wing, Minn. Liberal Arts M: Biology, m: Geology Sitzmarkers 4; Intra 1. LOWELL K. MATHISON Roberts Secondary Education M: Science, m: Mathematics SNEA 34; Vet’s Cl 1234; Choir 234. GRACE MAULE Alma Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Physical Education, Health ACE 4; WRA 34; Newman Cl 3; AWS 34; Y Dems 34; KDP 34. GEORGE ROSS McCULLOUGH Hammond Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Physical Education, Social Science, ACE 4; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 234; Baseball 34; R Cl 4; Intra 23. DANIEL G. McKEETH Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, Biology FFA 34; Intra 1234. JAMES MEACHAM Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Chemistry SAC 4; TM 34; SNEA 34; Chem Cl 4; FFA 1234; Y Dems 1234, VP 4; USF 1234, Pres 4, R Cl 1234; Intra 1234. JAMES A. MEIER Sprino Vallby Secondary Education M: Science, m: Mathematics Newman Cl 1234; Chess Cl 12; BBB 4. GERALD MERTENS Racine Liberal Arts M: Psychology, Sociology Vet’s Cl 234; Newman Cl 234; Psyc Cl 234, Intra 234. RAYMOND METZGER Lake Forest, III. Liberal Arts M: History, m: Political Science, Physical Education Vet’s Cl 234, Pres 4; Newman 4; Sitzmarkers 4; Y Dems 34; Intra 234; Homecoming Chrm 4. WILLIAM PATRICK MILLER River Falls Liberal Arts M: Mathematics, Physics Physics Colloquium 34. KATHERINE MOLLE Niagara Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: Library Science Newman Cl 1234; AWS 1234; Y Dems 34. DAVID A. MOORE Lake Nebagamon Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Y GOP 3; SAC 3; Commentarians 4; FFA 1224, R ' porter 4; Sitzmarkers 234; USF 1234; VP 2, Pres 3; Intra 34. MARLENE M. MORSE Siren Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: An Atelier 34; ACE 34, Sec 4; Math Cl 1; SNEA 234; Falconettes 12; AWS 1234; BSF 234. Galesville Spooner 170 — senior activitiesDONALD J. NEGARD New Richmond Secondary Education M: English, m: Speech, Journalism Masquers 1x34, Pw 4; NOTE 24; Vet’s Cl 12; Mele- tean 2; Student Voice 3. NEIL H. NORDQUIST Centuria Secondary Education M: Chemistry, English, Mathematics, m: Physical Education SAC 4; Math Cl 1234; SNEA 345; Symphonic Band 12345; Chem Cl 12345, VP 4: Football 12345; T D ™ 4; Choir 2345; R Cl 345; Intra 125; LSA 12345, VP 3, Pres 4. CHARLES R. NYBO Lund Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology FFA 1234; Covenant Cl 1234, Treas 4. EDITH O’M ERA Knapp Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: Physical Education SAC 34; SNEA 4; WRA 1234, Sec-Treas z, Business Mgr 4; AWS 1234, VP 4; Symphonic Band 123; Hathom Hall Pres 3, Council 4; Choir 124; Covenant 1234, Sec 2, VP 4. WILLIAM C. OLSON Baldwin Liberal Arts M: Biology, m: Chemistry LOUIS W. PAPE Centuria Secondary Education M: Music, m: English Men’s Chorus 4; Math Cl 1; NCTE 34; Gamma Delta 1234. New’s Editor; Symphonic Band 1234; Orchestra 23; MENC 1234; KDP 4; PKD 12, Reporter 2. GLADYS E. PAYNE Red Wing, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Social Science AWS 1234. DAVID PETERSON Hudson Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: Physical Education Tennis 3. MURIEL J. PETERSON Grantsburo Secondary Education M: Mathematics, Physics Math Cl 1234, Sec-Treas 3; SCS 234, Treas 4; AWS 1234; Social Comm 12; Falconettes 1; Physics Collo-Quium 34; Class Treas 3; KDP 34, Sec 4; BSF 34; PKD 12, Sec-Treas 2; Who’s Who 4. CARMEN PODOLL Spring Valley Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Music Choir x; MENC x. DAN PORFILIO Wausaukee Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Chemistry SAC 34; SCGB 34; TM 34, Treas 4; SNEA 34. VP 4; FFA 1234; Y Dcms 123, VP 3; USF 1234, VP 3; KDP 34: Intra 12; SC Public Relations Comm 4. Chrm; Who’s Who 4. ROBERT PRUZEK Chetek Liberal Arts M: Physics, Mathematics, m: Psychology SAC 4; Math Cl 234, VP 3; Physics Colloquium 234: Psych Cl 4; Covenant Cl 34, Pres 4; Y GOP 3. JOHN H. RASSBACH Chippewa Fall Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: Physical Education Ve ’« d 4; Football 1234; R Cl 234; Intra 1. VIRGINIA ROGERS Barron Liberal Arts M: Sociology, m: Physical Education, Library Science WRA 1234, VP 2, Publicity Mgr 34; AWS 1234: Symphonic Band 1234; Covenant Cl 12; BSF 34, VP 34. WARREN ROGERS Barron Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: Journalism, Mathematics, Political Science Student Senate 4; SAC 4; Vet’s Cl 1234; Meletean 4, Sports Ed; Y Dems 34; USF 4; Econ G 234, Sec 3, VP 4; Student Voice 1234, Sports Ed 2, Ed 3; Intra 1234; Who’s Who 4. DONALD ROHL Prescott Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Chemistry Newman Cl 1234; Commentarians 34, VP 3; FFA 34; Y Dems 1234, Treas 3. DORA M. ROHL Roberts Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, Junior High, m: History, English ACE 23; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 34; AWS 1234. ALLEN K. ROSENTHAL West Allis Liberal Arts M: Agriculture, m: Biology TM 34, Sec 4; Gamma Delta 1234, Prcs 3 Treas 4; Lakes Region VP 3; International VP 4; Bowling 4; Tennis 1234; Agrifallian 234, Sec 3, VP 4; Intra 1234 CHARLES ROSKOS Independence Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Vet’s Cl 12; Newman Cl 14; Commentarians 34, VP 4; FFA 1234, Treas 4 ; Intra 124. JOHN J. RUEMMELE Hudson Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Newman Cl 234; Who’s Who 4; FFA 1234; Y Dems 1234, Publicity Cnrm 2; KDP 4, Pres 4. RALPH LAWRENCE RYAN Red Wing, Minn. Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Art Newman Cl 12; Golf 234; Atelier 123; R Cl 234. KARL SCHMID Chilton Secondary Education M: Mathematics, m: Physics, Chemistry Student Senate 34, VP 4; SAC 34; SCGB 4; Y Dems 1234; USF 1234, Pres 2, VP 4; R Cl 34; Class Pres 3; Who’s Who 4. 8liNion activities — 171CAROL BUSCH SEEFELDT St. Paul, Minn. Liberal Arts M: Biology, m: Chemistry, Sociology SCS 34; Math Cl 1; AWS 1234; BBB 34, Treas 4; Choir 1234; LSA 123; YM-YW 2. DENNIS D. SEEFELDT Wittenberg Liberal Arts M: Agriculture, m: Chemistry Student Senate 4; SAC 4, Pres 4; TM 1234, Treas 2; Vet's Cl 34; Gamma Delta 1234, Treas 2; Who’s Who 4; FFA 12; Social Comm 2; Class President 4; Agri-fa Ilians 34, Intra 1234. MILDRED B. SEEGER Prairie Farm Secondary Education M: English, m: French, Sociology SCGB 4, Sec 4; French Cl 1234; NCTE 34; Prologue 3; SCS 34, VP 4; AWS 1234; Symphonic Band 23; Falcon-ettes 1; Class Secretary 1; LSA 1234; KDP 34. MARLIN SEIFERT Ellsworth Liberal Arts M: Physics, Chemistry, m: Mathematics Math Cl 2; Newman Cl 1234; Chem Cl 34; Physics Colloquium 234; T Dems 34. GEORGE SEKANEY Bryant Liberal Arts M: Agriculture, m: Biology Vet’s Cl 1234; FFA 12; Agrifallian 34. GLENN SHAKAL Boyd Liberal Arts M: Agriculture, in: Economics Vet’s Cl 12; Newman Cl 1. KENNETH E. SHEARROW Rice Lake Liberal Arts M: Agriculture Vet’s Cl 4; FFA 123; Wesley 12. P. LELAND SKOG Bay City Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: Sociology Y Dems 34; Choir 4; Econ Cl 234, Corresponding Sec 4; Covenant Cl 2. RONALD SKONE Cushino Liberal Arts M: Economics Student Senate 34, Treas 3, Pres 4; Who’s Who 4; Econ Cl 34, VP 3; Intra 1234; LSA 1234; L. A. Student Placement Comm Co-Chrm 34. ALLEN D. SKROCH Independence Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Commentarians 34; Chess Cl 34; FFA 1234; Y Dems 4; Intra 23; LSA 23. WILMA OWENS SMITH River Falls Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Music SNEA 234, Publicity Chrwm 2, Treas 4; AWS 1234, Wesley 1234, Sec 2, Treas 3; Choir 123; Orchestra 23; MENC 234. JOHN ROBERT SOLIE Augusta Liberal Arts M: History, m: Political Science, Economics, Sociology Y GOP 12; Cbes Cl 1234; Y Dems 34. THOMAS A. STEELE Hudson Liberal Arts M: Chemistry, Physics, m: Mathematics SAC 4; Math Cl 234; Chem Cl 234, Pres 4; Physics Colloquium 234; Y Dems 234; Intra 234. GERALD E. STERN Hastinos, Minn. Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: Mathematics Student Senate 1; SAC 1; Math Cl 13; Newman Cl 12; Pinochle Cl 34; Golf 1234; Class Pres 1; R Cl 234; Intra 1234. CHARLES STEWART River Falls Liberal Arts M: Biology, Psychology Psych Cl 34; BBB 4; German Cl 1. DAVID STODOLA Sarona Secondary Education M: Chemistry, Mathematics Math Cl 1234, Publicity Chrm 4; SNEA 4; Newman Cl 24; Chem Cl 234, VP 4; Sitzmarkers 4; Y Dems 234, Treas 4; Intra 1234. FARAN E. STOETZEL Beldenville Liberal Arts M: Mathematics, Economics, Physics Vet’s Cl 34; Econ Cl 4; Intra 4. MARY SUENNEN Hudson Secondary Education M: English, m: German, Sociology SAC 4; NCTE 34; WRA 12; Newman Cl 12; AWS 1234; Symphonic Band 1234; Y Dems 34; German Cl 1234, Pres 4; KDP 34. D. MERLEE SUNTY Hibbing, Minn. Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Library Science ACE 4; SNEA 4; WRA 4; AWS 34; BSF 34, Sec 4. DALE E. SWENSON Amery Liberal Arts M: Agriculture SAC 4; TM 34, VP 4; Men’s Chorus 1234; FFA 12; Agrifallian 34, Pres 4: LSA 1234, Treas 4; Agriculture Scholarship Comm 34. RONALD TAYLOR River Falls Liberal Arts M: Mathematics, m: Chemistry, Geology Math Cl 4; Sitzmarkers 1234, VP 2; Wesley 1; Intra 2. ORRON THOMAS St. Croix Falls Secondary Education M: Mathematics, Chemistry Math Cl 1234; Chem Cl 1234; Intra 123; Covenant Cl 1234. 172 — SENIOR ACTIVITIESEUGENE THOMPSON Ellsworth Liberal Arts M: Economics, Political Science Y Denis 34; Econ Cl 234, Publicity Chrm 3, Treas 4. DOROTHY TOLL Hudson Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, An Atelier 124; ACE 4; SNEA 234, Publicity Co-Chiwm 4; Y Dems 4; Wesley 124. NEIL H. TOLLANDER Webster Liberal Arts M: Economics, m: History SAC 3; Vet’s Cl 234, Treas 3; Y Dems 4; Econ Cl 234, Pres 3; Intra 23; L. A. Student Placement Comm Co-Chrm 34- CAROL J. TRUTTSCHEL Plymouth Secondary Education M: English, m: Journalism, Political Science NCTE 34; Y-GOP 34, Sec 3; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234; Mclctcan 34, Ass’t Ed 3, Co-Ed 4; Wesley 12; Class Secretary 4; Student Voice 1234, Front Page Ed 3; Prologue 2. ERLAND UKKOLA Maple Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Biology Y-GOP 4; Commentarians 34; FFA 1234; Intra 2. IRVIN F. VANASSE Spring Valley Liberal Arts M: Agriculture, m: Economics Vet’s Cl 34. LLOYD VAN SOMEREN Baldwin Secondary Education M: Science, m: Mathematics Math Cl 12; SNEA 1; Chem Cl i. ROBERT G. VERMILLION Elkhorn Secondary Education M: English, m: Sociology, Guidance SAC 4; French Cl 12, VP 2; NCTE 1234, VP 1, Pres 4; SNEA 1; Symphonic Band 34; Psych Cl 34, VP 4; Wesley 1234, Publicity Chrm 2; Stratton Hall Council 2; KDP 34; Homecoming Chrm 3; Who’s Who 4. JUDITH AXTELL VOELKER St. Paul, Minn. Elementary Education M: Elementary Education, m: Psychology, Art Atelier 3; ACE 34; SCS 234; Falconettes 1; AWS 1234. EDITH WALKER Edgerton Two-Year Elementary SCS 2; AWS 12; Symphonic Band 1; Class Treas i; Hath-om Hall Treas 2; Rural Life Cl 12; LSA 1; Homecoming Queen 2 Social Comm 12, Treas 1, Sec 2. MARJORIE WALLEN Clear Lake Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: English ACE 24; NCTE 4; SNEA 1; SCS 234; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234, Sec 3; Symphonic Band 123; Y Dems 3; Hathom Hall VP 3; Homecoming Court 3; LSA 1234, Council 2, VP 4; Foundation Comm 234, Chrwm 4. JAMES B. WATRUD Clayton Agriculture Education M: Agriculture, m: Chemistry Gamma Delta 1; FFA 12; Intra 1; LSA 1. DONALD LLOYD WEBERT Baldwin Liberal Arts M: Agriculture, Economics Y-GOP 34, FFA 12; Wesley 1; Agrifallain 34, Sec 4; Econ Cl 34; Intra 1234. GAYLE WERNBERG Arpin Liberal Arts M: Biology, Chemistry SCS 4; Who’s Who 4; AWS 1234; BBB 34, Sec 34; German Cl 234, Sec 3; LSA 1234; I Dems 3. HUGO M. WIEBUSCH Red Wing, Minn. Liberal Arts M: Agriculture PATRICIA WIFF Ellsworth Secondary Education M: Social Science, m: English Wesley 1; Choir 1234; Covenant Q 234; Drama 123. JOHN WISKERCHEN Plum City Liberal Arts M: Chemistry, m: Mathematics, Physics Math Cl 2; Newman Cl 1234; Chem Cl 1234; Y Dems 234; Intra 1234. MELANIA WOLODKO Cameron Liberal Arts M: Sociology, Biology Masquers 2; Newman Cl 234; Dance Theatre 4; Chess Cl 4; I Dems 4; Homecoming Court 3; Hathom Hall Council 2; APO 34, Sec 4; Fathom Falcons 4. ROBERTA SCHLOUGH WUNROW Boyceville Elementary Education M: Lower Elementary, m: Art SNEA 2; Wesley 12; Rural Life Cl 12; YM-YW 2. ROBERT WYNVEEN Baldwin Liberal Arts M: Physics, Chemistry, m: Mathematics Math Cl 34, VP 3; Who’s Who 4; Chem Cl 4; Physics Colloquium 234, Co-Chrm 4; Y Dems 4. KENNETH JAMES ZAHORSKI Weyerhauser Secondary Education M: English, m: Economics, Political Science SCGB 34; NCTE 234, VP 4; Who’s Who 4; Wesley 1; Econ Cl 1234, Treas 2; KDP 34, Treas 4; Intra 1; Homecoming Chrm 3. CLYDE R. ZAMJAHN Hudson Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Physical Education Y-GOP 1; Sitzmarkers 1234, VP 1, Pres 2; Football 12; Track 1234; R Cl 1234, VP 2. MARY ZIEGWEID Arcadia Elementary Education M: Upper Elementary, m: Journalism ACE 3; NCTE 34; SNEA 34, Program Chrwm 4; Prologue 4; Newman Cl 34; AWS 34; Student Voice 4; KDP 34- senior activities — 173Other Than Think FU bank this one . . . Margaret Bourke-White lectured here in May Books... Now, biology is a required course . . . Sunday evening cost supper 74 — OTHER ACTIVITIESFaculty Frolics As the year grew short, students were anxious to see various faculty members — talented and otherwise — re» veal a nondescript portion of faculty life, the "Unteach-ables.” This vast project, held on April 14, was under' taken as the faculty’s part in raising money to contribute to the “Feed the Falcon” fund. A sum of $826.01 was turned over by directors Mr. Wayne Wolfe and Dr. Edward Peterson to the Student Foundation Committee for this purpose. Dismal. . . Mrs. Brod and Dr. Chisholm Wonder what we’all can do with that crab grass . . . Mr. Crane, Mrs. Harless, and Mr. Harless Si, Senorita . .. Miss Nelson and Dr. Love FACULTY FROLICS — 175


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