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Where the free Spirit Prevails
RIVER FALLSF oreword
“Where the free spirit prevails” is the theme of the 1962-63 Melelean, This past year has seen this theme manifested in many ways. It is a theme that is symbolic of all activities represented at River Falls as students engage in educational, cultural, and social pursuits. There has been great progress made both in the physical growth and educational opportunities offered by WSC-RF. We feel that the prevailing free spirit is responsible to a great extent for the progress made. The Melelean joins in this ideal by adopting “Where the free spirit . prevails,” as its theme.
Credit for the production of this book goes to the loyal Meletean staff.
We feel, however, our job was only to outline the story that has unfolded this past year. The story and the theme is seen in ever} facet of college life. Underclassmen and beginning freshmen will I continue to uphold the tradition and high standards of this institution and will strive for improvement. Graduates will go their separate ways, having gained from the spirit and educational facilities, to reach their desired goals.
Today we realize only a small portion of the appreciation we will have tomorrow for the college “Where the free spirit prevails.”
KRISTIN ENGEBRETH Melelean Editor, 1963WISCONSIN 8TATE COLLEGE RIVER FALLS, WIIQONIIN
OFFICE OFTH« FS««IO«NT
Students of Wisconsin State College River Falls, Wisconsin
It is appropriate that this edition of the Meletean should have as its theme a phrase applied to the College several years ago by a newsman who visited the campus - "The State College where the free spirit prevails. Although this particular phrase was used only recently, it describes a condition which has long existed at River Falls.
The freedom of the individual to search for truth and to proclaim what he believes to be truth is, indeed, basic to an institution of higher learning.
Over the years the College has believed that its function in providing leadership for a democratic society - a society dedicated to the free development of the individual - is to remove those fetters which might limit this search. That this idea is not new is indicated by the Latin derivation of the term "liberal education, "-the education that liberi, free men, might pursue. However ancient the concept, it is one that needs frequent restatement.
As Justice Felix Frankfurter has said, "the mark of a truly civilized man is confidence in the strength and security to be derived from an inquiring mind."
River Falls has had that confidence which has permeated the campus. It is a confidence shared by the administration, the alumni, the faculty and the students. That it is well-founded is demonstrated by the stature of the college, the record of its graduates and the accomplishments of its student body.
E. H. Kleinpell v f
To open windows and doors
that we may see ourselves and beyond
Our eyes focus more clearly A twig becomes a lesson in infinity A mind responds; a gentle hammer molds For the load it will gladly carry
A man steps forth firmly into the light of a new and comfortable freedom
To Dr. Virginia Akins,
We dedicate the 1963 MeleteanFreedomA well-known Wisconsin editor several years ago, after a visit to the campus, termed River Falls “the State College where the free-spirit prevails.” He was impressed with the free spirit of inquiry and the search for truth that has been traditional at River Falls and has made a lasting impression on its student body.
A graduate of the College thought the editor’s description so fitting that he had it cast in bronze and presented to his alma mater.
10Why is this “free spirit” so important? Because it is the basic difference between education in a democratic society and the type of learning that sets boundaries on men’s minds. It leads to the kind of education that, as someone has said, “makes our teachers more important than our generals.” It is the means to developing the “brain power” that our civilization must have to meet problems converging on it from all sides. It is our hope for civilization’s survival.
• Broadening knowledge.Freedom To InquireEducation is stimulating. It is aimed at producing ideas and examining them. But the first step is to form ideas. This can be done best when there is freedom to investigate.
The thinking of the past has been preserved so that we can know what thoughts have been held; what ideas have been tried. No one begins completely anew, for our progress is based on having retained what has gone before. The wealth of man’s knowledge is contained in books and the student will find the library a source of mental stimulation.
It offers a place for examining ideas, weighing the new against the old and making comparisons and contrasts in ways of thinking. The laboratory also affords a setting for testing ideas, re-thinking what has been done in the past and striking out in new directions.
• In the laboratory.Freedom To Question
True education results when a student has had an opportunity to learn the facts, to hear or to read what authorities have said and to question how they have arrived at conclusions they hold. Education does not consist of a student’s accepting blindly what he is told is true.
At River Falls the classroom, the guest lecture, the informal meeting with leaders of thought and opinion are designed to let the student question ideas and attitudes—his own as well as those of others.
Faculty members at River Falls encourage the student to develop an inquiring mind and to regard education as a continuing process. They know that the only true education is self-education and that while the College can provide the classrooms and laboratories, the professors, the stimulation and helpful atmosphere, the student himself will determine how much or how little he learns.
• Weighing a statement.• Seeking an answer
• Gening advice
• Considering a replyFreedom of Expression
What has been learned must be tried! And River Falls offers unusual opportunities for leadership and self-expression.
Student government and organizations offer ample fields for development of leadership potential. Student publications such as the yearbook, newspaper and literary magazine afford outlets for self-expression and the sharing of ideas and ideals.
The forensics program gives experience in speaking and in communicating with others effectively.editorial
right, an attention.
• Below, a matter 0 opinion
17Freedom To Create
Creativity is a vital part of education. The student should experience the ways in which man has expressed himself in literature, in music, in art, in drama and the dance.
Ideal in size, the College can offer creative opportunities to all of its students, permitting them to participate in plays, concerts and exhibits. There is freedom for original work and for experimentation.In music20
• .4i u social firm.V• Through study.
• Through reading.
• Through experiment.
22Freedom to Grow
“Tall trees do not grow in a greenhouse and great oaks flourish only where the winds of freedom blow through their branches, a famous publisher once said.
The College at River Falls is determined that the “winds of freedom” shall continue to blow across the campus carrying the invigorating spirit of inquiry, questioning, creativity and self-expression. These are essential to lasting growth.
To ask basic questions, to investigate thoroughly, to express clearly one’s concept of the truth and so make the best contribution —this is the goal of the free spirit.
• With a goal in mind.
23Mmin sltal oi and¥acu tvDr. L. G. Stone Dean, School of Education
Dr. Richard Delorit Dean, School of Agriculture
28-FACULTYDr. B. J. Rozehnal Dean of Students
Wayne Wolfe Assistant to the President
Cletus Henriksen Business Manager
Melvin Germanson Registrar
FACULTY—29SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
William Abbott Jr.
Mary DejongWalter Nottingham
Walter Kirschbaum German
Ernst Jurgens GermanENGLISH
James Glennen French
36—FACULTYPHYSICAL SCIENCE AND MATH
Lyle HansonPHYSICAL EDUCATION
PSYCHOLOGY SPECIAL SERVICES
Director of Student Center Amy Nelson Carl Willis
FACULTY—41SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
Melvin WallJames Dollahon
R. Vern Elefson
FACULTY—43SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
sonSpecial EventsSPIRIT OF ’62
The Dirty Dozen, active since 1946...
Queen Candidates ...
Ardy Hanson, Shirley Charlier, JoAnn Olson Chris Las ha, Margie Ruesch, Kathy Finn
Queen MaryFirst Prize goes to Sophomore Class
“Lacerate LaCrosse” was the theme of this year’s Homecoming as students slowed down on school-work to take part in festivities of the week. We lost the game but success was achieved, nevertheless, as students, alumni, and faculty renewed old acquaintances and made new ones.
This year's chairmen: Ed Churchill Les Dahm Lee Zaborowski
The Crowd Watches on ...
A field goal...And they pulled, and pulled, until they broke the rope!
Prize winning sculpture ...
First prize went to Harvey Slower...
One of the fastest growing traditions at the River Falls campus is the annual Winter Carnival. This year’s activities proved to be the best ever. From Sunday to Sunday the campus was buzzing with activity. Listed below are the activities.
Monday: Kick-off convocation Tuesday: Style show Wednesday: FFA talent show Thursday:
Broom ball game Baskctball-Winona Dance Friday: Ski Mac outing Saturday:
Bowling tournament Skating at Hathorn Hall Swiss Chalet Dinner Basketball—Eau Claire Dance Sunday: Aqua-Frolics
Hathorn Hall style show ...
Pretty young coeds?Who are these lads so prime and sturdy?
aia Ski Mac
Frosty Frolics, a time for mirth On snow garbed slopes we go Our ski is make tracks on mantled snow. Labyrinth trails are etched in snow.
Who are these lads so Prime and Sturdy? Those lasses, too, graceful and pretty Adorned with scarf, tassels and hooded. Students are they—youth first rate A degree, their hopeful ambition,
Today’s routine varied—we celebrate, And voila! Tis true, my premonition, That to the four winds did scatter,
Many an inhibition.
Winter Carnival preparation ...
The annual Broom Ball contest...
WINTER'Vince Is Crowned
Vince and Pam survey . . .
Reigning over this year’s winter carnival was Vince DiSalvo and Pam Armbruster. Sponsored by Stratton Hall, Vince was chosen by an all school vote. Other candidates were; Leon Zabrorowski, Tom Knutson, Tom Keefer, Bruce Pemmen, Jerry Fehlen, Gary Burke, and Bob Armbruster. The annual FFA talent show was the scene of the coronation.
In the words of Ben Franklin...
Winter Carnival king candidates ...Franklin Hobbs
Broadcasts and Emcees December 7, 1962
"If I Give My Heart to You”
Valentine Formal February 8, 1963
King Dave Denser and Queen Dianne Baar Reign Over This Annual Affair
February 11, 1963
SPECIAL EVENTS —55"Booty for Beauty”
November 5-9, 1962
“Booty for Beauty” was the theme of this year’s annual Foundation Week. Sponsored by the Foundation Committee, money raised this year was for the purpose of renovating the South Fork. Highlights of the week, include such things as the annual midway, auction, and dance.
How low can you go? . . .
56—FOUNDATION WEEKFOUNDATION WEEK—57We were entertained by ...
the Cleveland Play House Touring Repertory Company in
“The Importance of Being Earnest”
January 29, 1963 — N. Hall Auditorium
We revisited Ragtime America with
February 28, 1963 Student Center
58—SPECIAL EVENTS6th Annual Grassroots Political Conference
The sixth annual Grassroots Political Conference was held on campus, February 6 and 7. Because of bad weather, the guest speaker Oren Lee Staley, president of the NFO failed to appear. Other guest speakers included: Representative Vernon Thomson, Lauren Soth, author of Farm Trouble; Percy Hardiman, President of Wis. Farm Bureau; Gilbert Rohde, President of Wis. Farmers Union; Carl Thompson, and Walter Hollander, members of the State Senate's Agriculture Committee.
Lauren Soth Addresses
Congressman Vernon Thomson speaks on “Politics and The Farm Dilemma”
Seep and Hardiman talk with Dr. Peterson ...
All but Staley appeared...
Seep gives views on farm problem . . .
SPECIAL EVENTS—59OrganizationsRead-through . . .
November 1, 2
UNDER MILKWOOD by Dylan Thomas directed by Dr. Blanche Davis
HELLO, OUT THERE by William Saroyan
DEEPER THAN ATLANTA by Jackson Matthews directed by Dr. Blanche Davis
February 20, 21, 22, 23
THE IMAGINARY INVALID by Moliere directed by Bernard Skalka
March 27, 29
THE BALD SOPRANO by Eugene Ionesco directed by Bev Roth
March 28, 30
THE AMERICAN DREAM by Edward Albee directed by Thomas Brucks
THE ZOO STORY by Edward Albee directed by Steven Hay
62—THEATREScenes from Moliere’s
The Imaginary Invalid
The lovers sing a duet as a pleased maid looks on ... Sue Stanek, Dave Bailee, Ilona Hoover
The invalid gets an examination
Thomas Holloway, Dan Love, Thomas Bruchs
The wife ooohs the prospect of her husband’s will... Bev Roth
And Louison is about to get... Dan Love, Mavis Grover
THEATER—63Under Milk Wood
Felix Williamson narrates “Deeper Than Atlanta”
“People with manners do not read at table .. Thomas Holloway and Judith Christianson
Thomas Bracks as Huey Long
Avant Garde Theatre
“Why do you tell me these things—I don’t understand.”
Larry Baker as Peter
“This queen has rotten teeth, and he has a Japanese Kimona which is also pretty rare.” Robert Haugen as Jerry
Kneeling: L. Baker, D. Erickson; Second Row: C. Poulter, C. Christensen, J. Christianson, T. Holloway, M. Grover, B. Bosinske, A. Kingsbury; Third Row: D. Frazer, C. Binkowski, D. Bunch, T. Brucks, S. Stanek; Fourth Row: D. Balke, B. Roth, T. Vest, F. Williamson, R. Sandbourgh.
Masquers is an organization whose members are interested in promoting dramatic art on campus. Members of Masquers are eligible for membership in Alpha Psi Omega when they meet the requirements. Masquers sponsors all theatrical productions on campus, assist professional companies that play here, and take trips to the surrounding areas to view professional performances.
President Secretary Treasurer Advisor .
........ Charles Poulter
........ Anne Kingsbury
........... Tom Vest
........ Bernard Skalka
Masquers meet in the dressing roomMusic . . .
A Universal Language
First Row: L. Dow, S. Horn, S. Kiepert, M. Hart wig; Second Row: D. Zerahn, R. Grethen, D. Kiepert, J. Hanson, M. Grover, A. Webb; Third Row: K. Romsos, B. Waxon, M. Quadc, J. Albrightson, M. Christianson, J. Chelmo, D. Sumner, J. Valenta, R. Soper, K. Schaeffer; Fourth Row: S. Senechal, R. Brown, C. Crownharl, A. Strocbcl, J. Kallevang, R. Nelson, D. Wick-boldt, R. Altman.Dr. Abbott directs
First Row: J. Bonneville, R. Johnson, L. Seipel; Second Row: S. Swanson, J. Zappa, G. Jasicki, R. Kowalcyzk, M. Hanson, J. Taylor, E. Rogers, J. Schaar, B. Ingalls; Third Row: J. Burnham, K. Dado, E. Haas, J. Micheals, R. Gunvalson, A. Peterson, D. Larson, Johnson, G. Arnst, A. Stroch; Fourth Row: K. Fenton, W. Culver, R. Alton.
First Row: G. Haas, K. Schaffer, K. Dado, R. Soper, W. Wolfe, J. Burnham; Second Row: B. Beine, A. Pelerson, R. Gunvalson, J. Micheals, D. Larson; Third Row: M. Hanson, R. Kowalczyk, G. Arnst, D. Johnson, R. Alton, D. Trudeil.
First Row: J. Micheals, A. Peterson, R. Gunvalson, J. Burnham, D. Zerahn, D. Kiepcrt, R. Samarotto, G. Jascicki, R. Kowalczyk, R. Nelson; Second Row: R. Soper, K. Dado, C. Dejong, E. Haas, D. Trudeil, Dr. Abbott at the piano.
68—MUSICFirst Row: R. Pence, B. Hanson, L. Seipel, G. Vollert, W. Wall; Second Row: D. Balkc, J. Albrightson, M. Bergman, L. Johnson, J. Tanner; Third Row: T. Nor-vald, B. Pippenger, D. Schaeffer, K. Fenton, W. Wilson, P. Ringlein.
First Row: K. Kilbride, W. Meyer, J. Zappa, G. Vollert, J. Waxon, G. Thompson, L. Pitzer, J. Albrightson, K. Osley, S. Olson, J. Olson; Second Row: L. Seipel, B. Hanson, C. Christenson, M. Bergman, B. Larson, C. Kuehn, D. Wickboldt, S. John, M. Christianson, W. Wall, D. Hirschlieb, J. Norderhaug; Third Row: M. Cook, R. McKenzie, J. Oakland, B. Linaberry, K. Fenton, W. Culver, J. Tanner, J. Ditlefson, R. Jenson; Fourth Row: T. Kurth, J. Holberg, C. Parlow, B. Pippenger, D. Schaeffer, P. Ringlein, W. Wilson, M. Peterson, G. Haas, 0. Larson, L. Nelson, A. Stroebel.
MUSIC—69M t 0 H 0 h r w v
A people without reliable news is, sooner or later, a people without a basis of freedom.
Harold LaskiStudent Voice
Robert B. Beeson Jr. Editor, Fall and Winter
John Ciegelski Editor, Spring Quarter
The spring of 1963 marks the sixty-eighth year of publication of a school newspaper. Throughout the years the paper has changed so that now the STUDENT VOICE is a weekly eight-page issue printed on a new off-set press. Its aims are to keep students, faculty and alumni informed on the many aspects of college life and to provide a working journalism laboratory.
First Row: K. Klcinhous, D. Wictz; Second Row: R. Ricci, C. Becker; Third Row: D. Taubc, M. Graham, G. Motz, P. Thurston.
Darrell C. Newman Advertising Manager
An accurate and colorful record of the 1962-63 school year takes the name of MELETEAN. A college yearbook becomes a lasting record of the years spent here at WSC-River Falls. The MELETEAN features all the aspects of college life and presents them in photographs and comments that continue to be pleasant reminders for the many years to come.
Kristin Engebreth, Editor
Claudia Graske, Class Editor Darlene Erickson, Organization Editor Cy Durand, Faculty Editor
Editorial Assistants: Paul Bierbrauer and Phillip Thurston, Sports Editor
IPphotographers . . .
Meletean Art work by . . .
publication advisors . . .
Mr. Brod—Student Voice
Darlene Erickson, Editor
The campus literary magazine, PROLOGUE, was first published in 1957. It publishes poems, short stories, essays, and graphic art submitted by students in a quarterly magazine. It provides as its founder stated “a voice for the silent generation” where ideas may be expressed in writing or art and viewed by fellow students.
Editorial Assistant........... Dee Dvorak
Typists .----------------Marilyn Bcrken
Corcen Bittrich Advisor----------------------Wayne Tyler
Typists Marilyn Berken, Coreen Bittrich
The daily Student Voice Supplement is a unique publication as it is the only one of its kind in the state college system. Published by the advanced reporting class, it provides students with news of the campus and a look at the national and international scene.
Standing: T. Holloway, M. Graham, J. Bcrgene, P. Arneson; Seated: S. Olson.
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First Row: D. Koepnick, J. Stolzman, F. O’Connell, L. Kirk, R. Richardson, L. Feltes, D. Haller, W. Hendrickson; Standing: J. Lukas, E. Burton, L. Better.
The Student Senate, elected by the entire student body, seeks to promote the best interests of the college and to develop a spirit of cooperation and good fellowship throughout the school.
Vice President Larry Feltes
76—STUDENT COM.Foundation Committee
Silling: R. Richardson, R. Frost, L. Fcltcs, J. Hanson, J. Chelmo, G. Smith, G. Vollert; Standing: H. Slower.
The Student Foundation Committee is unique inasmuch as it is concerned with faculty, alumni, and students. Their purpose is to improve the fine reputation of our college by the promotion of worthwhile projects. In the past they have raised the necessary funds for the Bronze Falcon, the score-board at Rainer Filed, the bleachers in Karges Center, and are currently engaged in the beautification of the South Fork.
Vice Chairman John Hanson
Publicity Chairman Gene Smith
Walter Engler Marian Hawkins James Murphy
Foundation Committee initiates South Fork project . . .
STUDENT COM.—77Student Center Governing Board
The Student Center Governing Board acts as a student committee to determine policy and as a coordinating body for Student Center Activities.
Liaison to Student Senate Larry Feltes
C. Laska, T. Knutson, R. Frost, L. Feltes. J. Lenselink, J. Webb.
Acting under the Governing Board, the Activities Committee organizes and sponsors activities held within the Hagestad Student Center.
Vice President Nancy Miller
Silling: J. Aaker, M. Anderson, B. Paulson, J. Kranz; Standing: C. Laska, E. ChurchillSAC
Student ideas and needs are brought to the attention of the Student Senate by the Student Advisory Council. It is a coordinating body of all organizations on campus.
OFFICERS President ..
Wayne Hendrickson Secretary .. Cris Laskn
First Row: W. Hendrickson, C. Laska, D. Haller, L. Fellos, B. Bohlool, S. Hay, F. O’Connell; Second Roto: R. Gicsckcr, J. Stolzman, J. Hanson, C. Poulter. E. Churchill; Third Row: L. Esswein, E. Burton; Fourth Row: J, Lukas, M. Cook, L. Taylor. K. Osley. M. Thorcson; Fifth Roto: L. Betler. J. Lenselink, II. Flucger. R. Kissling, T. Knutson, E. Fisk: Sixth Row: D. Koepnick. R. Richardson. J. Schmidt, I). Ruben, J. Fchlen, M. White, D. Schafer. R. Vnnous.
The Social Committee acts as a coordinating organization for all school activities. They aid, co-sponsor, and sponsor such activities as the Lunu, Cabaret, Spring Prom, and other weekend events.
Joan Lenselink Secretary
Marlys Stunkcl Treasurer Jon Webb
Sitting: Stunkel, R. Frost, R. Zuke, J. Lenselink, J. Webb. J. Painter, Ml Flueger, P. Cotter;
Standing: L. Feltes, A. Stoeberl.
Promotion of all activities that take place in the Student Center is the function of the Student Center Public Relations Committee.
Vice Chairman Rod Nelson
R. Nelson, L. Pitxcr, J. Webb.
The Falcon Film Society sponsors a aeriea of outstanding foreign film throughout the school year, ft hopes to create an interest in foreign culture and promote an understanding of their cinema art. OFFICERS
Wayne Wolfe Ricnard Swenson
T. Brucks, J- Christen
.n. M- Grover, S. Hay.A
The Syncho-Paters participate in the festivals of the International Academy of Aquatic Art, sponsor clinics, and produce a Spring Aquatic Art Show on campus. They specialize in the art of synchronized swimming.
President................. Heidi Flueger
Vice President............ Cathy Linden
Secretary.............Laura Jane Overholt
Treasurer .............. Joanette Fellman
iHFirst Row: W. Bunch, R. Rizzo, G. Olson, J. Doyle. J. Ticknor. M. Wiskerchen; Second Row: L Feltes, A. Piehl. J. Hirsehinger, J. Jenson, B. Nilsen, D. Duszynski; Third Row: D. Kaiser. L. Dahm, H. Rivard, T. Garey.
Gordon Olson Vice President
Mike Wiskerchen Secretary
Don Koepnick Treasurer
Glen McNaughton Advisor
The “R” Club is an organization that honors lettermen in collegiate athletics. It is a social organization that takes part in campus activities, especially Homecoming and Winter Carnival.
G. McNaughton, J. .Stol man. W. Mitchell M. Brand.Uttcr. E. Cregorich, son, D. Nelson, D. Pariscau, 0. Skoug. J- Hammcs; Third Row: L. Lloyd,
Headley: Second Row: T. Bosman, S. John. Sempl M- Olson, D. Johnson.
The Physical Education Minors Club hopes by cooperation with state and national organizations of the same nature to develop a sound philosophy in physical education. They seek to awaken an interest among all | eople and promote greater social and professional cooperation among physical education students and teachers.
LaVcrnc Boettcher Vice President Tobey Garey Secretary
Barb Bergsrud Treasurer
The modem dance group on campus, under the direction of Emogene Nelson, meets regularly each week. Their objective being, interpreting and learning dance skills.
First Row: C. Johnson, Patricia Nichols, D. Douglas; Standing: R. Norrish, J. Osen, C. Osen C Kapun, D. Plumb.
First Row: B. Nielson, B. Schwartz, B. Carlson. R. Henderson, L. Nelson; Second Row: B. Bergsrud, K. Lee, B. Mnchacck, G. McKenzie, B. Larson, D. Plumb; Third Row: V. Boettcher, II. Rivard, D. Pariseau, J. VanCamp, D. Kopenick, J. Hirschinger; Fourth Row: C. Leach, J. Ticknor, S. Pittman.
ATHLETIC—83Eirst Row: Carol Calianes, Marilyn Lowia, Joanne Rectz, Carol Myrold; Second Row: Barbara Larsen, Karen Halverson, Joan Chclmo Rochelle Jenson, Sally Birkel; Third Row: Mary Rick, Miss Nelson, Alice Lrwerenz, Janet Zaspel, Regina La Venture.
The Women’s Recreational Association, under the direction of Miss Emogene Nelson, is designed to stimulate interest and participation in sports and recreational activities by women students.
Throughout the school year this group participated in many activities. Volleyball, badminton, basketball, and bowling were offered during the year to interested women students on campus.
WRA sponsored an all-school sports day in the fall and two high school sports days in the spring. Approximately 300 high school girls attended.
The annual all-college sports day was held this year on November 8. Volleyball and swimming were the participant sports.
In November, the River Falls WRA won first place at the All-State Volleyball Sports day at Whitewater. In February the basketball team participated in a sports day at Winona. During March Regina LaVenture and Sandy Wallen competed in a badminton tourney at LaCrosse.
The year was climaxed with a canoe trip.
84Sports in Shorts
Scores look good...
Up and overt-1 B O O
Foreign Student Association
First Row: B. Bohlool, M. Seki, Marion Hawkins, B. Bohlool, V. Nitilham; Second Row: J. Bruce, F. Salmassi, I. Woo, L. Gomez, K. Lee, J. Josaka, C. Kapun, F. McKenzie; Third Row: H. A mini, B. Whang, R. Derikartz, D. Dvorak, H. Kim, D. McFarlan, F. Bohlool, L. Headley.
The Foreign Student Association is comprised of foreign students and others interested in promoting international understanding. They produce an annual International Show on campus and present other shows for the neighboring communities. They were featured this year at the Northwestern Wisconsin Education Convention at Eau Claire.
Vice President Vilas Nittitan
Secretary Mae Seki
Annual International Show ...First Row: I. AmirArjomand, F. Schuster, N. Jadinak, B. O'Sullivan, R. Cross, G. Jnsicki; Second Row: R. Wells, A. Ormson, L. Gilbert, C. Brictson, D. Engebretson, R. Kissling, J. McKenzie; Third Row: J. Lukas. P. Wright, L. Greenwold, L. Zaborow-ski, G. Ficrkc, J. Hirschinger, J. Stanek, J. Arndt.
The Pinochle Club, a social organization on campus, encourages a helpful and friendly atmosphere within the student body. The club also promotes social events and the playing of pinochle.
Tom Knutson Vice President James Arndt Secretary
Robert Kissling Treasurer
Larry Greenwold Advisor
Robert Bailey III
The College Veterans Club is an organization composed of veterans that wish to participate in school activities as a group. They are active participants In Homecoming, Foundation Week, and Winter Carnival.
Robert Schiefelbein Vice President Ron Braun Secretary
Duane Catt Advisor
First Row: L. Johnson; Second Row: J. Irwin, M. Bannon, N. Jadinak, B. Schiefelbein, J. Sinitshi, R. Braun, G. Lee; Third Row: G. Stordahl, T. Christenson, P. Lil jest rand, H. Moline, F. Williamson; Fourth Row: D. Monchilovich, P. Thurston, E. Johnson.
SOCIAL—87Silling: R. Vanous, E. Burton, D. Taulbe, D. Kelly, C. Brostrom, Peter Muto; Standing: L. Esswein, J. Oakland, D. Max, W. Warren.
The Chess Club meets to discuss and play the “game of kings.” The members develop an appreciation of the game and at the same time, improve their skill. Each year the club sponsors a tournament open to all students to determine the chess champion of the school.
Lane Esswein Vice President Roger Vanous Secrcta ry-Treasurer Earl Burton Advisor
The Falcons were organized this year to bolster school spirit and to promote social spirit by promoting all-student participation in college activities. They seek to present a good image of the college in this respect and also to offer their services to visiting groups on campus.
James Clark Vice President Dean Ringger Secretary-Treasurer Robert Rosenbrook Advisors
Daniel Brown Donald Frye
First Row: Donald Frye, R. Maier, D. Ringger, J. Clark, B. Rosenbrook, L. Wall, H. Larson. Daniel Brown: Second Row: D. Best, D. Plumb. D. Zoell, W. Siebold, J. Jenson, G. Isaksson. B. Schmiling. D. Fellenz. D. Ostrander, V. Londo; Third Row: S. Peterson, G. Casement, C. Caturia, B. Machacek, L. Esswein, R. Olson, T. Bosnian.
88—SOCIALSitzmarker Ski Club
President ... Barb Korsmo
Vice President.. Norbert Biss
First Row: B. Penman, N. Biss, K. Jenkins; Second Row: P. Bierbrauer, P. Anderson. C. Ramsev. S. Cemohous, N. Jadinak, D. Larson, B. Powers, T. Hess. F. Hebert: Third Row: M. Sorenson. G. Barr, R. Sayre, K. Cherri, M. Obradovich, P. Blazkowski, T. Tuttle, D. Clemmons, A. Hanson, J. Swedish.
Sitzmarkers participate at SJci Mac
The Sitzmarker Ski Club promotes winter sports, especially skiing, on campus. They plan group trips, teach beginners, and are particularly active during Winter Carnival, Homecoming and Foundation Week as a social organization.
President Floyd Woolson
Vice President ... David
Femholz Secretary.. John Hammes Treasurer . Frank Hebert
First Row: K. Klcinhans, K. Streeter, L. Prochnow, F. Woolson; Second Row: T. Hess, J. Harter, D. Femholz, P. Rajski, F. Simmons, J. Hammes: Third Row: F. Hebert, F. McKenzie, R. Johnson, L. Zabrorowski, M. White.
OFFICERS President .... Pat Denison
Back Row: R. Seibel, T. Vest, R. Wendlandt, L. Kleve; Kneeling: N. Knuth, V. DiSalvo, C. Beestman, F. Welty.
90—DORM COUNCILSHathorn Hall
President ............. Maren Thoreson
Vice President .......... Glenda Sheldon
Secretary ...................Chris Laska
Treasurer.................. Cathy Linden
Seated: C. Linden, G. Sheldon, C. Laska, M. Thoreson; Back Rote: K. Gilson, L. Grogan, S. Berg, H. Flueger, K. Jensen, B. Paulson, J. Fellman.
A New Men’s Dorm ...
John M. May Hall
The new men’s dormitory, John M. May Hall, is scheduled for occupancy in fall of 1963. The dorm bears the name of a man who served on the college faculty for 44 years and was head of the School of Agriculture retiring in 1956.cj OlSIO i-i f w fd
President ... Jim Schmidt
Vice President ..... Donna
Recording Secretary Eileen Rogers
Pat Henneman Treasurer .... Anthony Jilek
First Row: Father Higgens, J. Schmidt, D. Marxon, E. Rogers, P- Henneman, A. Jilek: Second Row: M. McEwen, D. DcIoit, M. Lumphrey, D. Laib, D. Uniting, R. Zuke, A. Heiting; Third Row: D. Kannel, R. Haines, J. Huffcutt, D. Waldbillig. R. Richardson, J. Nelson, V. Nelson, A. Roesslcr; Fourth Row: D. Marsolek, J. Turchenseke, D. Pichen, R. Ambus. R. Achmit, R. Leitner, K. Halverson, T. Parslow.
First Row: L. Wolfe, D. DeSmith, C. Kuhtz. J. Irwin. V. Bula, P. Lukitsch, M. Lukowicz; Second Row: D. Femholx, L Wolfe, E. Kannel, J. Izdepski. W. Murphy, S. Chartier; Third Row: D. Schlos-ser, D. Laffe, L. McCormack, D. StaebeU, G. Baribeau, W. Janisch.
First Row: J. Norderhaug, B. Hanson, S. Olson, J. Olson, C. Larson, I). Dahl, D. Grcnquist; Second Row: J. Griffey, P. Kraft, P. Gustafson, B. Froseth, P. Phillips, L. Nelson; Third Row: N. Kurshner, R. Jensen, J. Olson, B. Bunders, L. Dow, J. Runkle, J. Markgrcn, S. Collamore, L. Johnson; Fourth Row: D. Nelson, J. Oakland, L. Paulson, L. Gigstad, W. Stcnberg, T. Norvold, R. Norrish; Fifth Row: R. Berg, D. Jensen, G. Gaard, 0. Skoug, J. Valenta, B. Rosenbrook, W. Wilson, L. Johnson, Pastor Schildbach, John Foss; Sixth Row: B. Nilscn, E. Nelson, G. Holt, C. Williams, B. Trans-burg, 0. Hagen, D. Schaefer, D. Genrich.
Linda Nelson Vice President Oscar Skoug Secretary
JoAnne Olson Treasurer
Dick Jensen Advisors:
Richard Swenson John Foss
Theodore Falkenberg Vice President James Blaha Secretary
Allan Volz Treasurer
Gayland Luedke Advisor
First Row: L. Meles, B. Cad well, L. Hagen, M. Lentz, S. Seenechal. J. Gruenewald, A. Volz; Second Row: J. Blaha, G. Luedke, A. Zimmerman, D. Sartori, D. Peck, R. Ncitzel, T. Kurth, T. Planer; Third Row: R. Gust, E. Kraeroer, J. Natzke, R. Rosenbrook.UCCF
Joan Chelmo Vice President Donna Kelly Secretary
Alice Lewerenz Treasurer
Douglas Sumner Advisor
ust Row: Pastor York, J. Chelmo, A. Lererenz, J. Toshner, D. Hcrschleb, S. Houck, D. Kelly, . Fuller, Second Row: J. Clifton, M. White, D. Sumner, K. Sipple, R. Sipple, D. Fraelich, L. Haakes, I Vanous, R. Giese,er.
Dick Plumb Vice President
Daisy McKinley Secretary
Louise Talyor Treasurer
First Row: D. Plumb, D. McKinley, L Taylor, M. Hermansen; Second Row: M. McKinley, K. Obey, S. Springer, B. Beine, M. Seki, S. Goiter, J. Webb; Third Row: C. Caturia. M. Webb, P. Manor, W. Warren, M. Dunn; Fourth Row: Pastor Truitt, R. Wall, H. Potter, H.- Legarc, D. Max, T. Harris, B. Martin, B. Moin. J. Painter.
Kenneth Fenton Vice President
Arlene Gustafson Secretary-T reasurer Marlyce Stunkel
First Row: Mrs. Gene Danielson, B. Sturdy, M. Stunkel, A. Schutz; Second Row: Pastor Danielson,
K. Fenton, D. Stellrecht.
Donna Schiefelbein Vice President
Richard Fossum Secretary Sue Jahn Treasurer
First Row: S. Fredreckson, S. Jahn, D. Schiefelbein, J. Varing, C. O’Flanagan, G. Oswald; Second Row: Pastor Johnson, E. Churchill, D. Fossum, G. Brooks, B. Arndt.Honor Societies
First Row: P. Colter, J. Lenselink, D. Dahl, D. Fansler, S. Baker, J. Chelmo, M. Hartwig; Second Row: V. Freitag, J. Osen, C. Freier, M. Grover, J. Christianson, K. Linden, P. Gustafson, C. Christensen, R. Johnson; Third Row: K. Bixby, L. Nelson, H. Flueger, M. Thoreson, J. Albrecht, B. Bergs-rud, I. Michealson.
Sigma Chi Sigma
honorary social society for women
Sigma Chi Sigma has a three-fold purpose. A girl of high academic standing and desirable personality may be invited to join this organization that promotes sociability, culture and service to the college.
Publicity Chairman Advisors...........
... Carol Christensen
...... Delores Dahl
...... Pam Gustafson
Dorothy Kleinpell Marion Wolfe
97Beta Beta Beta — National Honorary Society
First Row: D. Grivna, T. Finses, R. Nelson, B. Kettelkamp, S. Drost, K. Johnson, C. Licncman: Second Row: T. Goff, D. Plummer, L. Watrud, K. Walker, M. Thompson, C. Peterson, A. Johnston, J. Engstrom, R. Closson, M. Buettner, B. Beine; Third Row: R. Walker, G. Peterson, R. Ellmgstad, G. Gaard, J. Swanson, T. Norvald, K. Kenlyne, T. Keefer, D. Houschildt, V. Anderson.
Undergraduates in Biology.
The Gamma Omega chapter seeks to enrich the biology program by dis-cussing topics not covered in the class room. They take field tripe, have lecturers and maintain a biology display case in North Hall.
Vice President------Thomas Finses
Treasurer .......... Karen Johnson
Advisor — Dr. Benjamin Kettelkamp
Kappa Delta Pi ----------------------------------- National Honorary Society
for Students in Elementary and Secondary Education.
Kappa Delta Pi encourages high professional and intellectual standards among its members in the field of education. This year they instituted the Home-Bound Program in which members visited the homes of school children who were ill for a period of time and tutored them.
President ......... Eugene Haas
Vice President__Sharon Collamoro
Secretary .................. Julie Albrecht
Treasurer .......... Muriel Hanson
Advisor ........ Dr. Allen Seimers
First Row: E. Haas, J. Albrecht, H. Hanson, S. Collamore, M. Coogan; Second Row: R.
Jensen, N. Haller, B. Korsmo, L. Kirk, L. Nelson, B. Hawkinson, C. Frier; Third Row: J.
Osen, M. Lindcll, D. Erickson, P. Schneider, A. Seimers.
98—HONOR SOCIETIESFirst Row: T. Brucks, M. Grover; Second Row: B. Bosinske, D. Frazer, B. Roth, D. Erickson, A. Kingsbury.
Alpha Psi Omega
national honorary dramatics fraternity
The initiation ceremony ...
The Iota Beta chapter of Alpha Psi Omega is the honor society on campus for those who have shown an active interest and participated in the endeavors of the college theatre. Along with Masquers, it sponsors theatrical productions here on campus and organizes trips to see professional performances.
President __________ Steven Hay
Vice President .... Thomas Brucks
Advisor--------Dr. Blanche Davis
President . Jim Lukas
Vice President Abe Wells Treasurer. Frank Urbanz Corresponding Secretary..
Claudia Graske Recording Secretary .. Jill Kampf
First Row: J. Kampf, M. Thorcson, R. Aubert, D. Raasch, E. Michaelson; Second Row: V. Bckkuni, J. Lukas, D. Sarlori, A. Wells, C. Graske; Third Row: F. Urbanz, D. Peissig, B. Gust, R. Bauer, T. Wells.
Chairman----------------- Ray Giesker
Advisor ................ James Harless
J. Evrard, R. Gieseker, D. Sartori. S. Berkner, D. Bayne, J. Clifton.Young
President Ed Churchill
Vice President Don Marsolek
Secretary Tim Tuttle
Treasurer Dave Frazer
Advisor Richard Condon
First Row: S. Fredrickson, E. Churchill, D. Frazer, P. Dorgan, T. Tuttle, D. Marsolek; Second Row: H. Schmidt, K. Christenson, H. Kopecky, L. Meles, R. Preston; Third Row: R. W. Condon, A. Webe, M. Graham, R. Richardson, C. Caturia, D. Sortori.
These three political groups on campus seek to forward political viewpoints on campus, and in the community. They also participate in the state convention, Grassroots Political Conference, and social activities of the campus.
Young Denis, Young Social Denis, and the Young GOPs’ Annual Political Banquet0
First RowrE. Scott, L. Oleson, C. Miller, R. Vanous, J. Lenselink; Second Row: W. Randall, J. Accola, D. Froelich, K. Sclbride, G. Holt
The Math Club investigates intereating topics in math that are not covered in the classroom. They organize field trips and have guest speakers or show movies pertaining to math at each bi-monthly meeting.
President ..................... Roger Vanous
Vice President ........—------- Joan Lenselink
Secretary-Treasurer ..........Christine Miller
Publicity Chairman .......... Evangeline Scott
Advisors ......................... Lyle Oleson
The Physics Colloquium seeks to stimulate individual or library research on various problems in the world of physics and present them in the form of a paper and lecture for discussion.
Executive Chairman .............. Ron Berg
Publicity Chairman.........Sandra Anderson
First Row: W. Suckow, E. Albert, R. Berg, S. Anderson, G. Holt; Second Row: G. Cummings, N. Millis, R. reterson, W. Randall, J. Gores, D. Froelich.
The Chemistry Club is the student affiliate of the American Chemical Society. It hopes to further interest and bring recognition to the field of chemistry.
Vice President.. Earl Burton Secretary-Treasurer .. lerry Hexum
Program Chairman.. Dennis Glynn
First Row: R. Polzin, D. Glynn, J. Hanson, E. Burton, T. Hexum; Second Row: L. Scott, D. Waldbillig, E. Schroedcr, B. Penman, P. Wright; Third Row: C. Webster, C. Prescott, H. Larson, G. Hnuschildt, C. Mueller, R. Swanson, D. Johnson, E. Gregorich, S. Nelson, C. Brostrom; Fourth Row: P. Skoug, P. Sctte, G. Hoschettc, B. Fankhauser, L. Greenwold, L. Zabrorowskl.
First Row: D. Fisk, J. Huffcutt, E. Fisk, D. Anderson, L. Williams; Second Row: D. Frazer, D. Hueftle, J. Peterson, R. Gust, P. Lukitsch; Third Row: L. Butler, D. Tewinkel, R. Secrist, F. Schuster, R. Bauer.
The Economics Club seeks to stimulate interest in their field. They take field trips, hear lecturers, and also gather information for graduating seniors about placement and graduate schools.
President........... Ed Fisk
Vice President ------- Duane
Treasurer.... Larry Williams
Program Director...... Doug
PROF. INT. ORG.—103Agrifallian Society
First Row: J. Blnha, H. Eggebraaten, L. S. Wiuwer, G. Lee, F. Mikrut, J. Kriegl; Second Row: R. Ncilzel, J. Cliver, A. Fredrick, D. Pichen, J. Thews, J. Mathies, C. Kees; Third Row: V. Bula, J. Laakso, L. Grant, N. Johnson, W. Kowalchyk, R. Speich, T. Olson, F. Remund; Fourth Row: R. MacGregor, A. Peterson, S. Swenson, J. Afdahl, H. Potter, B. Rosenbrook, T. Planner, A. Haas; Fifth Row: M. Klecker, P. Ringlien, B. Gust, B. Thiemke.
The Agrifallian Society is designed to promote fellowship among students interested in the field of agriculture and to aid them in job placement after graduation.
President ..... Glenn Lee
Vice President ..... Harold
Secretary ..... Fred Mikrut
Treasurer James Blaha
Advisor.... Lcland Wittwer
The Collegiate 4-H Club gives students a chance to continue their work in the field of 4-H while attending college. They co-ordinate activities between clubs in the area, their home communities, and their organization. OFFICERS
Treasurer .... Grant Burdick
First Row: Virginia Akins, D. Ruben, C. Cahanes, J. Chelmo, G. Setter, G. Burdick. C. Kuhtz; Second Row: L. Wolfe, D. Johnson, K. Romsos, D. Grenquist, C. Romsos, F. Remund, W. Owens, L. Wolfe; Third Row: K. Swenson, H. Owens, E- Rogers, E. Romsos, B. Gust, L. Nelson, G. Steele; Fourth Row: G. Brooks, M. White, J. C. Dollahon, D. Johnson, P. Lukitsch.
10V—PROF. INT. ORG.Future Farmers
First Row: R. Saxby, D. Jaworski; Second Row: L. Hilterbrand, F. Urbanz, R. Sipple, R. Naggatz, R. Lambert. D. Rubin; Third Row: J. Fehlen, C. Romsos, C. William . I.. Kraft, J. Froseth, R. Leitner, L. Grueb, V. Verhulst; Fourth Row: J. Blnlin, K. Sipple, 0. Hagen, R. McCaffrey, D. Laib, R. Solberg, G. Seipel, G. Brook ; Fifth Row: L. Moles, M. Tlachac, G. Anderson, V. Bckkum, I). Peissiff, J. Kanable, C. Poulter, D. Schaefer; Sixth Row: J. Jenson, H. Kopecky, G. Burdick, D. Fcrnholz, L. Hokes, D. Laffe, D. Herman, D. Romsos, L. Wolfe.
The River Falls Collegiate Chapter of the Future Formers of America is concerned with the development of leadership in rural life. Participation in this organization provides the prospective vocational agriculture teacher many opportunities to gain knowledge and improve his capability as an advisor to a high school chapter.
President......................... Louis Greub
Vice President.................... Donald Mayer
Secretary_________________________ Lowell Rochl
Treasurer_______________________ Darwin Zeinert
Advisor........................ Richard Delorit
105First Row: E. Haas, D. Wickboldt, R. Grethan. G. Vollert, M. Hanson, D. Larson; Second Row: M. Bergmen, L, Johnson, S. Scnecha). C. Beatty. A. Stroeberl, K. Schaffer, B. Hanson; Third Row: L. Seipel, R. Gunvalson, R. Kowalczyk, R. Alton. W. Wall. W. Pippenger; Fourth Row: J. Albrightson, J. Hansen, J. Valenta, J. MicheaR G. Arnst, R. Soper, K. Fenton.
Program Chairman Publicity Chairman Advisor-------------
. ........ DeAn Wickboldt
........... Muriel Hanson
________Dr. William Abbott
The local chapter of MENC is a student organization affiliated with the nation conference. The purpose of this organization is to afford all students interested in music an opportunity for professional orientation and development while still in school.
106—PROF. INTERESTFirst Row: K. Finn, J. Tanner, M. Sandeen, D. Engebrettson, A. Kingsbury; Second Row: M. Rusch, L. Manosky, D. Olson; Third Row: C. Hunter, G. Czech, M. Kawai, D. Trudell, C. Hines, V. Thompson, C. Caturia.
Atelier, the art club, maintains a room in the Student Center for the purpose of displaying art exhibits of interest to the student body. They also tour nearby art institutes for the purpose of enriching the background of its members in the field of art.
.... Linda Manosky
.... Don Engebretson
....... Kathy Finn
Mary Ann Sandeen
William Ammerman Kurt Wild Walter Nottingham
Students enjoy the art exhibit...
PROF. INTEREST ORG.—107Forensics
Sealed: C. Christ ienson, J. Runkle, T. Knutson, P. Rehder, P. Anderson, A. Poulter, K. Walker; Standing: W. Hendrickson, A. Webb, W. Hendrickson, R. Richardson, S. Collomore, A. Runkle, A. Roessler.
They were seen at . . .
Oshkosh Invitational Tournament in Oshkosh
University of Illinois in Chicago
Northern Illinois Tourney at DeKalb University
Eau Claire Invitational in Eau Claire
Twin City Debate League Tournament
Twin City Forensic League Tournament
Northwest Debate Tournament at St. Thomas College
National Pi Kappa Delta Tournament at Carbondale, Illinois
They played host to . . .
River Falls Class B Debate Tourney
Various regional high school debate tournaments
They debated the question . • .
Resolved: that the non-communist nations of the world should establish an economic community.
Members of the National Council of Teachers of English share the common interest of their language. They explore the field of English and related areas, by sponsoring guest speakers, holding panel discussions, and sponsoring noted guest speakers.
President .......... Jerome
Halverson Vice President.... Cy Durand
Sec.-Treas.... Nancy Zank
Advisor .... Francis Chisholm
First Row: J. Griffey, N. Zank, C. Durand; Second Row: M. Johnson, C. Ramsey, S. Chartier, M. Grover, K. Engle; Third Row: B. Korsmo, M. Hartwig, D. Herschleb, A. Heiting, S. Baker, B. Haugen, C. Freier, R. Tjelta, M. Graham.
The Student National Education Association is composed of students in the education curriculum and designed for the betterment of teaching standards.
President .... James Schmidt Vice President Marge Shearer
Secretary ..... Helen Wright
Treasurer ..... Carol Freier
Advisor ....... Naunda Tietz
First Row: C. Peterson, K. Haddow, H. Wright, J. Schmidt, L. Taylor, B. Junkman; Standing: Wanda Tietz, D. Baar, L. Nelson, R. Jensen, P. Thurston, J. Poulter, V. Kessehick, J. Olson, P. Kraft, S. Norden, C. Freier.
109Front Row: J. Schmidt; Second Row: M. Loeber, S. Cook, L. Dahms, J. Olson, C. Crownheart, P. Nichols, S. Johnson; Third Row: P. Reinkey, C. Christensen, C. Schumaker, B. Lukasik, J. Miller; Fourth Row: N. Kurschner, B. Bunders, S. Birkel, J. Taylor, C. Walker, S. Swanson.
To work for the education and well being of school children is the purpose of the Association for Childhood Education International. They seek to promote desirable conditions, programs, and practices in schools. They seek to cooperate with other organizations concerned with school children to inform the public of their needs and how the school may be instrumental in supplying these needs.
Publicity Chairman Advisor_____________
..... Linda Nelson
..... Joann Olson
110—PROF. INT. ORGThe Psychology Club is dedicated to the purpose of promoting a better understanding and interest in the field of psychology. They have guest speakers and group participation in projects concerning psychology and other related fields.
President .... Dennis Haller
Vice President .... Judy Oscn Secretary .... Carol Peterson
Treasurer ........... Robert
Advisors .............. Earl Seldon
First Row: D. Anderson, L. Tictz, N. Garlie, D. Haller, P. Gustafson; Second Row: Earl Seldon, S. Cook, C. Christenson, J. Osen, J. Olson; Third Row: C. Peterson, B. Thompson, G. Johnson, D. DeSmith, D. May, L. Taylor.
German Club members study arts, manners, customs, and geography of Germany. This club supplements the instruction of the language and culture of the college classroom.
OFFICERS President .... Cheryl Ramsey
Treasurer ...... Wilma Meier
First Row: R. Schmidt, W. Meier, R. Johnson, C. Ramsey, R. Lenselink; Second Row: R. Gerd, G. Oswald, J. Holden, D. Marxen, G. Hoschette, A. Roessler, I. Schubert, Ernst Jurgens.
River Falls.. .. 6 Augsburg 7
River Falls... 7 Oshkosh .. ..... 6
River Falls... 0 Superior .. 7
River Falls... 12 Eau Claire .. .21
River Falls... 19 U.W.M 6
River Falls... .. 7 Platteville .—13
River Falls... 6 Stout . ..... 0
River Falls... 13 La Crosse __ .....28
River Falls... ..13 Winona 7 3
Season’s Record: Won—3, Lost—5, Tie—1 Total Points: R.F.—83, Opp.—101 Avg. Per Game: R.F.—9.2, Opp.—11.2
The Falcons Nest
The 1962 River Falls football team, under the direction of new head coach Gwynn Christensen, finished an on again, off again season with a 3-4 mark in the Wisconsin State College Conference and a 3-5-1 overall mark.
Augsburg spoiled the River Falls' opening game by downing the Falcons 7-6 in a game played in a steady drizzle. It was the fourth consecutive year Augsburg has beaten River Falls.
The Falcons bounced into the win column with a 7-6 victory over Oshkosh. The Falcons scored on a 54 yard drive engineered by Tom Everson. Everson capitalized the drive with an 11 yard pass to Tom Serapf. Burich added the conversion.
Superior handed River Falls their first conference setback GO. The Falcons held a strong Superior team scoreless until the final 33 seconds when the Yellowjackets scored their lone tally.
1].]—.FOOTBALLRow One: Fred Pastor, mgr., Basil O’Sullivan. Sieve Pittman, Lvndon Nelson, Don Fassett, John Nelson, Mark Nelson, Dick Schlasser, Bob Maier, Steve Williams, Roily Hendrickson, Jim Dunley, Ron Greenquist, and John Hamms, mgr.; Row Two: Wayne Burich, Gary Burke, Ken Kraft, Tom Everson, Ed Vick. Harold Rivard, John Doyle, Jim Ticknor, Larry (Porky) Lloyd. Pete Bronson, Bob Pritchard, and Don Dusznski: Row Three: Coach Gwen Christensen, asst, coach Ben Bergsrud, Glen McNaughton, Mike Wiskerchen, Tom Sempf, Dennis Kaiser. De Wayne Johnson, Orv Olson. Tom Bosman, Dick Pariseau. Art Piclil, Dennis Lankos, Bob Summcrfield, Reno Rizzo, Duane Johnson. Lief Gigstad. Dave Henderson, Mike Henderson, Les Dnlnns. mgr., and asst, coach Don Page; Row Four: Emery Peterson, Winfield Matchel, Paul Kozak, Mike Nordeen, Don Korlenu, Mike Branstader, Steve Johnson, Newton Buckner, Steve Madson, George Burlicgh, Mike Van Able, Mike Loverude. Bill Lindsey, Bill Murphy, and Jim Izdepski.
River Falls dropped their second conference game against the Eau Claire Blugolds 21-12. The Falcons scored first on Ed Vick’s one yard plunge. The Blugolds then tallied three touchdowns before Porky Lloyd caught a Bob Pritchard screen pass and scampered 74 yards for the Falcons’ second touchdown.
The Falcons got back on the winning track again with a 19-6 victory over UWM. The Falcons took a 6-0 lead after scoring on a 63 yard drive. Tom Everson hit Dennis Kaiser with a 35 yard pass for the second tally. Nordeen added the conversion. Burich scored the final touchdown on a one yard plunge.
Platteville dropped the Falcons 13-7 after blocking a River Falls kick to set up their winning touchdown. Lloyd scored on 45 yard pass play from Everson.
Everson’s 24 yard pass to Sempf in the end zone enabled River Falls to stop Stout 6-0, moking it eleven years since the Bluedevils have beaten a Falcon team.
LaCrosse spoiled homecoming by topping the Falcons 28-13. Lloyd and Sempf scored for Riv.er Falls.
The Falcons closed the season 13-13 tie with Winona.
FOOTBALL—115Burke practices the automatic
TD PAT TP
Lloyd 5 0 30
Sempf 3 2 20
Buricli 1 2 8
Vick 1 0 6
Kaiser 1 0 6
Pariseau 1 0 6
Burke 1 0 6
Nordeen 0 1 1
Everson finds an opening
Porky on the move
Rushes attempted 383
Yards rushing 1115
Average per try 2.9
Passes attempted 133
Passes completed 51
Yards passing 758
Total yards 1873
Average per game 208.1
Total points 83
Average per game 9.2
The Ringmaster’ Speaks
Pts. Yds. Ave.
Everson 50 1841 36.8
Vick 1 39 39
116—FOOTBALLAtt. T. Yds. Att. T. Yds.
72 320 Sempf 23 88
80 272 Pritchard 11 32
90 268 Burke 5 8
72 154 Langkos 1 1
WSCC STANDINGS W L T
Whitewater 5 1 0
Superior 4 1 1
Stevens Point 5 2 0
Eau Claire 5 2 0
La Crosse 4 3 0
River Falls 3 4 0
Milwaukee 2 4 0
Platteville 2 4 0
Stout 1 4 1
Tension mounts at Dad's night game
Lory Lloyd Harold Rivard
The state college football coaches this year picked a 44 man all-conference team. They divided the league into a northern and n southern section with an offensive and defensive squad being picked for each.
Their selection included three Falcon players. Gaining berths on the defensive honor squad were tackle Harold Rivard and linebacker Gary Burke. Larry (Porky) Lloyd was named to the offensive team as a running back. Burke received honorable mention to last year’s team.
Att. Com. Yd9. TD Everson 105 46 642 6 Pritchard 28 5 116 1
The River Falls cross country team finished one of their most successful seasons in recent years by compiling a fine three win, one loss record in dual competition, and finished third in the hexangular meet at the University of Minnesota.
The Falcon harriers, under the direction of Byron James, were led primarily by underclassmen this year and they should form the nucleus of next fall’s team.
Standing: Coach Byron James, Dan Madison, Jerry Jensen, Mike Callis; Kneeling: Oscar Skoug, Jerry Sturm, Bruce Moin, and Charles Woiwode.
v First Row: Don Kocpnick, Ted Hcimstcad, Bob Pritchard. Bill Swartz. Gordon Olson, A! Kohl, Ken Lee; Second Row: Jerry Knapp, mgr., Dick Moen, Nate Shilling. Eric Leadholm, John Hvland. Larry Madson, Steve Rhiel, Tobey Garey, Coach Don Page.
River Falls basketball fortunes continued to improve this year as the Pagemen climbed above the .500 mark for the first time in six seasons. The Falcons finished the season with an 11 won and 10 loss record and a 6 won and 6 loss mark in conference play.
After a shaky start the Falcon hardwooders came on strong during the second half of the season. During one point at mid-season the team won eight of ten contests.
Highlights of the season included the play of veterans Tobey Garey, Gordie Olson and Don Koepnick and freshmen Ken Lee and A1 Kohl.
Don Koepnick proved to be the big star for the Falcons. The Elkhorn senior was named to the All-State team and the All-Conference team and copped the conference scoring crown with 311 points.
St. Johns 70 River Falls 74
Macalester 88 River Falls 75
Superior 89 River Falls 86
Winona 83 River Falls 72
LaCrosse 87 River Falls 80
St. Johns 66 River Falls 84
Bethel 62 River Falls 80
Whitewater 69 River Falls 73
Milwaukee 68 River Falls 66
Stout 76 River Falls 78
Winona 59 River Falls 85
Eau Claire 68 River Falls 92
Augsburg 76 River Falls 54
Superior 61 River Falls 90
Bethel 67 River Falls 69
LaCrosse 93 River Falls 98
PlatteviUe 82 River Falls 80
Stevens Point 82 River Falls 80
Augsburg 94 River Falls 59
Stout 77 River Falls 83
Eau Claire 77 River Falls 73
RF Total Points —1628 Avg. Per Game 775 Opp. Total Points —1594 Avg. Per Game 75.9 Won — 22, Lost —10 Conference: Won — 6 Lost — 6
The Master Speaks
Olson Rebounds 120—BASKETBALL
Koepnick Gets The Tip
Oshkosh ll-l 13-8
Stevens Point 9-3 14-7
LaCrosse 9-3 13-8
Platteville 7-5 9-12
River Falls 6-6 11-10
Eau Claire 5-7 6-14
Whitewater 4-8 6-14
Superior 3-9 6-15
Stout 3-9 5-15
MUwaukee 3-9 4-16Fast Break
Kohl Jump Shot
1962-63 TEAM STATISTICS G FGA FGM PCT FTA FTM PCT F TP AYG.
Koepnick 21 458 187 .408
Garey 21 339 127 .375
Kohl 21 290 107 .369
Lee 21 238 101 .424
Olson 21 136 52 .382
Pritchard 21 132 40 .303
Schilling 9 44 13 .295
Heimstead 17 43 17 .395
Oeslreich 1 4 0 .000
Swartz 14 26 7 .269
Madson 4 4 2 .500
Moen 6 5 1 .200
Leadholm 5 1 1 1.000
Hyland 4 1 0 .000
Rhiel 4 1 0 .000
Butler 2 0 0 .000
TOTALS 1922 655 .347
87 61 .701 61 435 20.7
62 40 .645 71 294 14.0
107 66 .617 66 280 13.3
109 73 .669 52 275 13.1
70 37 .528 65 141 6.7
26 19 :730 35 99 4.7
12 6 .500 17 32 3.6
8 3 .375 9 37 2.2
2 2 1.000 2 2 2.0
14 8 .571 16 22 1.6
2 1 .500 2 5 1.3
3 1 .333 1 3 .5
0 0 .000 1 2 .4
2 t. .500 4 1 3
0 0 .000 0 0 .0
0 0 .000 1 0 .0
504 318 .640 403 1628 77.5
BASKETBALL—121Wrestlers continued to be the bright spot in River Falls athletic fortunes by compiling a 7-2 record and taking the Wisconsin State College Conference title for the second consecutive year and for the third time in four years.
The Falcons took three individual championships, two seconds and two thirds in powering their way to the championship. Pat Mroteck, 137 lb.; Dick Culver, 147 lb.; and' Jerry Halvorson, 167 lb., took individual championships in their weight class. This was Culver’s third title in as many years.
At the close of the season Coach James took his team to the N.I.A.I. Small College Championship Tourney held at Boomsburg, Pennsylvania.
Fliflet Pulls In An Indian
Two For a Takedown
To The Vidor Goes The Spoils
W L T
Pat Mroteck 15 1 0
Dick Culver 14 4 0
Charles Hindes 11 3 0
Jerry Halvorson 9 2 2
Dean Dix 7 4 0
Ken Nor ling 6 1 2
Jerry Fehlen 6 4 2
Ken Trudell 6 5 0
Phil Fliflet 5 6 0
Dennis Lankos 4 6 0
Steve Gulling 2 4 1
Fred Lindberg 2 5 0
Jim Kanable 2 6 0
Jerry McKenzie 1 0 0
Harvey Ankley 1 1 0
Leonard Gunderson 1 1 0
John Ritche 1 3 0
Jim Merkt 0 0 1
John Cliver 0 2 1
Roger Chapin 0 2 0
Jim Brickner 0 3 0
Does not include NAIA tourney
First Row: Charles Hindes, Jerry Fehlen, Phil Flifiet, Pal Mrotek, Jim Kanable, Dick Culver, Jerry Halvorson, Dennis Langkos, Dean Dix, Ken Trudell; Second Row: John Harnmes, mgr., Leonard Gunderson, John Cliver, Ken Norling, Fred Lindberg, Roger Chapin, Jim Gargolck, and Coach Byron James.
First Row: Don Nelson, Gene Kidd, Dave Fellcnz. Winifred Mitchell, Steve Cina. Nelson: Second Row: Mick Olsen, Warren Wilson, Rolf Derikartz, Coach Russe her, James Hershinger, Lane Esswein, Steve Hay.
In their third year of collegiate competition the River Falls swimming team failed to win a match. Coach Gerber's team was hampered by inexperience and a lack of depth.
Most consistent winners for the Falcons were Gene Kidd in diving, Lloyd Nelson in the 200 yard breast stroke, Micky Olsen in the 100 yard breast stroke and the 400 yard free stylo relay team of Steve Hay, Jim Herschinger, Warren Wilson and Micky Olsen.
Mankato LaCrosse N. Dakota St. Wahepton-SSS St. Olaf River Falls UM-Morris Willmar
The Falcon Keglers finished placed sixth in the Tri-State Bowling Conference. Veteran Vic Londo was the top bowler for the Falcons with an average of 176.
BOWLING—125First Roto: Don Steffer, Victor Bula, Edward Kannel, Edward Monson, Bob Pritchard; Second Row: Ken Seering, Gary Steele, Lincoln Better, Jim Gargrlak, David Stafford, DeWayne Johnson.
Baseball fortunes at River Falls appeared to be fairly bright as the Meletean went to press. Veterans John Boortz, Ed Gregorich, Holland Riek, Tom Strasser, Glenn Stuve, Jim Ticknor and Bob Nilsen formed the nucleus of this year's team. Coach Don Page also had some fine freshman prospects to finish building his team. Missing from this year’s team were Jim Norrish, Vem Wanish and Bill Halverson.
The Hoi Corner
A host of Falcon speedsters made up this year’s track team. Leon Headley set school records in both the 100 yard dash and the 200 yard dash in last year’s conference meet. Gordie Olson holds the school record in the 220 yard low hurdles. The three members from last year’s record performing 880 yard relay team who returned this year were Larry Feltes, Gerry Jensen and Leon Headly.
McNaughion Finishes Mile
First Row: Chuck Woiwode, Oscar Skoug, Ed Kraft, John C. Gilbert, Larry Feltes, Bob Brown, Dick Plumb; Second Row: George Burieigh, Ralph McCaffrey, George Motz, Marlin J. White, Charles Overbeck, Christian Becker, Marvin Dunn; Third Row: Gary Anderson, Gary Cook, Jerry Jenson, Gordon Olson, Eugene Schutte, Henry Sukow.
TRACK—127Golf — Tennis
This was a year of rebuilding for (he Falcon linksters. Coach Ben Bergsrud built his squad primarily with newcomers. Jim Stdzman headed the list of veteran players. Coach Byron James also had a problem of rebuilding the tennis team, with Gerald Dexter the only returning letterman. However several freshman prospects gained net recognition.
First Row: Edward Ganske, Jim Stolzman, John Doyle; Second Row: Richard Fink, Bill Murphy, Harvey Stower.
First Row: Randy Klink, Sanders Howse; Second Roiv: Peter W. Falkman, Alan Carrier, Larry Kleve.
128—GOLF and TENNISCheerleaders
First Row: Melodie Sweeney, GiGi Thompson; Second Row: Nikki Knutson, Vickie Weisner, Diane Howard, Caren Thompson.
Let's Have The Falcon Stomp
Do You Have A Date For Homecoming?
First Row: Donald Neste, Coburn Ness, James Richter, Gary Allar, Donald White, LaVerne Boettcher, Jerome Donatell; Second Row: Larry Johnson, William Byrkit, Lane Esswein, Donald Ness, Edward Carlson, Larry Kraft.
The intramural athletic program, under the direction of athletic director Owen Bergsrud, found a variety of sports available to male students.
During fall quarter, the Gorgers topped Prucha III, 20-18 to become the new intramural football champions. The Gorgers completed the season with a 9-1 record. Prucha III finished in the runner-up slot with an 8-2 mark.
A team consisting of Felix Williamson, John Hogan, Fred McKenzie, Newton Buckner, Jim Banister, Hai Kim, and Leon Headley took the volleyball tournament with a perfect record of 8 wins and no losses.
As the yearbook goes to press, the Falconers led by Dave Balke are leading the bowling tournament. In intramural basketball, the Mophia and Untouchables, both with 11-0, are battling it out for the basketball title.
Karges ActionPerfect Form
Gorgers W L 9 1 T 0
Prucha 8 2 0
Post Grads 6 2 1
Raiders 6 2 1
Keys 3 3 3
Roques 3 4 2
3rd Floor 2 4 3
Maskers 2 6 1
699ers 1 8 0
Buddies 0 8 1
Who's in the open
Winter Carnival Broom Ball
132Freedom to choose The best, opportunity available...
Gathering of accumulated Knowledge to enable and Objective evaluation of one's Self.
Utilizing the freedom Gained through responsibility And knowledge...
Obtaining freedom Of the mind by the Removal of prejudice..ACCOLA, JAMES _______ Mondovi
Sec. Education Major: Math Minor: Physics
ALBERT, JEAN _________ Withee
Major: Med Tech Sigma Chi Sigma 3, Treas.
Who’s Who 4 Young Dems 1, 2, 3
ALBRECHT, JULIE .... Glcnwood,
Major: Eiem. Education Minor: Art Ed.
LSA 1,2 SNEA 2, 3, 4 Masquers 2
Sigma Chi Sigma 2, 3, 4 Kappa Delta Pi 4 Young Dems 2,3,4
ALTON, RICHARD ........ Spring
Major: Music Education
ANDERSON, GERALD ... St. Paul,
Major: Elcm. Education Minor: Social Science
ANDERSON, GLENN ........ Osseo
See. Education Major: English
Minor: Biology and Physical Education
ANDERSON, TORRELL ...... St.
Paul, Minn. Major: Elcm. Education Minor: Social Science
ARMBRUSTER, ROBERT .........
Major: Biology Minor: Math, ChemistryARNDT, JAMES
ATKINS, MARION ...
Sec. Education Sec. Education
Major: History Major: Broad Area Soc. Science
Minor: English and Biology
Pinochle Club 3, 4
Beta Beta Beta 4 Young Dems 3,4
BAILEY, WILLIAM ........ Spring BEESON. ROBERT......Hudson
Valley Major: Economics
Sec. Education Minor: Math and Physics
Major: English and Speech Young Denis 2, 3, 4
NCTE 4 Student Voice 2,'3, (4) Editor
BENSON, DAVID.......Clear Lake
Minor: Geography and Geology
BENSON, ROBERT .......... Pepin
Minor: History and Psychology
BERG, RONALD ........... Cushing
Major: Physics and Math
BIERBRAUER. PAUL .... Osceola
Major: Elem. Education
Econ Club 2, 3
136-SENIORSBISHOP. CHARLES ......... Dallas
Major: Ag. Education SAC 3
Young Republicans 2, 3, 4 Vets Club 220.127.116.11 FFA 1,2,3,4 Toastmasters 4
BOSINSKE, BEVERLY .........-.
Sec. Education Major: Speech Minor: English Masquers 2 Newman Club 1.2. 3 Young Dem 1, 2, 3 Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 Fathom Falcons 2
BRONSON, PETER.......La Crosse
Sec. Education Major: Math
Minor: Physical Education
CAMPBELL, CAI.E....... St. Paul
Park, Minn. Major: Elem. Education Minor: Psychology
BLOCK, ROBERT........ St. Paul,
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education
BRAUN, RONALD ........... Loyal
Sec. Education Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry’ and Math
BURTON, EARL............ Knapp
Major: Chemistry Minor: Math Student Senate 4 Class Pres. 4
Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4
Who’s Who 4
Chess Club 4
Chemistry Club 3,4
Liberal Arts Honor Society 3, 4
CASSELL, GEORGE.... Tomahawk Major: Elem. Ed. and PsychologyCHRISTENSEN, JAMES. .. Chctek Sec. Education
Major: Broad Area Soc. Science Minor: Psychology Kappa Delta Pi.4 Who’s Who 4
Major: Sociology Minor: Physical Education Sitzmarkcrs 4
Major: Broad Area Soc. Science Minor: Speech NOTE 3 SNEA 4
Sigma Chi Sigma 3,4 Who’s Who 4 Kappa Delta Pi 4 LSA 1, 2, 3,4 Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4
Sec. Education Major: History Minor: Political Science
CROSS, ROBERT.........Rice Lake
Major: Economics and Geography Newman Club 2 Who’s Who 4
Liberal Arts Honor Society 3 Pinochle Club 2,3,4 Sitzroarkers 1,2,3,4 Stratton Hall Council 1,2,3,4
CROWNHART, CONNIE ..........
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Geography
DAFT, KAREN ....... River Falls
Major: Med. Tech.
Young Republicans 1, 2,3 Wesley 1,2,3
DAHM, LESLIE ....... River Falls
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education “R” Club 3,4
138—SENIORSDIMICK, DAVID Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry
DIX, DEAN .... Wisconsin Rapids Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education
Major: Ag. Education Minor: Biology
DUEHOLM, WILLIAM ...... Luck
Major: Ag. Education Minor: Biology
ECCEBRATEN, HAROLD —.— Mpls., Minn.
DOYLE, JOHN __________ Grccnlcaf
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education ACE 2, 3,4 “R" Club 1,2,3,4 Student Voice 2
DVORAK, DIANNE ........ Hudson
Major: Sociology and Psychology
French Club 1, 2
Prologue 3, 4
WRA 1, 2, 3, 4
Psych Club 3
Sociology Club 4
Band 2, 3, 4
Class Vice Pres. 2
ENGLE, KATHLEEN River Falls
SENIORS—139ERICKSON, DONNA .... St. Paul Park, Minn. Major: Elcn . Education Minor: Library Science Kappa Delta Pi 4
ESSWEIN, WILLIAM ...............
Major: Physics Minor: Math
FALKENBERC, THEODORE.......... FENTON, KEN _______________ Antigo
Caddott Major: Music Education
Major: Ag. Education Minor: Chemistry SAC 4
Toastmasters 2, 3, 4 Men’s Chorus 1,2, 3 Young Republicans 2 Gamma Delta I, 2,3, 4 FFA I, 2, 3, 4
FIERKE, GENE .......... Stetsonvillc FILKINS. JAMES .... River Falls
Major: Agriculture Major: Chemistry and Math
FINN; JANE _____________ Ellsworth FISHER. JAMES Antigo
Major: Biology Major: Chemistry
140—SENIORSFISCHER, MICHAELStatford Major: Elcm. Education Minor: Math
FLEMINC, GLEN T. .... Hastings, Minn.
Major: Elcm. Education Minor: Library Science
FOSTER, DOROTHY.... Hammond
Minor: Library Science
Newman Club Young Dents.
FROST. REBECDA HEITING .....
Sec. Education Major: English Minor: Library Science Student Center Governing Board NCTE 3. 4 Who’s Who 4 Social Committee 4 Foundation Committee 4
FISK, EDWARD .... St. Croix Falls
Psych. Club 4
Econ. Club 2,3,4
Student Voice 2, 3
“R” Club 1,2
Young Republicans 1,2
FORTHUN, GERALD ....... Spring
Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology Vets Club I, 3,4
Newman Club I
Pay. Club 4 Young Dents. 4
FREIER, CAROL ....... Ellsworth
Major: English and German
Sigma Chi Sigma 3, 4
Kappa Delta Pi 4
Cerman Club 1, 2, 3
Who’s Who 4
SNEA 3, 4
Class See. 4
GAREY, TOBY .... St. Croix Falls Major: Elem. Education Minor; Physical Education
SENIORS—MlGARLIE, NORMAN ....... Webster
Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology Psych. Club 2, 3,4 Econ Club 3
GEORGE, BURTON ... Newport, Minn.
Sec. Education Major: Math Minor: Chemistry
GLYNN, DENNIS........... Frederic COFFIN, MARITA .............. Webster
Sec. Education Major: Elem. Education
Major: Chemistry Minor: Biology
GORRES, JOHN____________Somerset GRANT, LOWELL .... Deer Park
Major: Physics and Math Major: Agriculture
Physics Club 3, 4 Minor: Economics
GRASKE, CLAUDE.......North St.
Paul, Minn. Major: Sociology and Political Science Newman Club 1,2 Sitzmarkcrs 2, 3,4 Meletean 4 Young Dems. 1,2,3,4
GREUB, LOUIS ........... Humbird
Major: Ag. Education Minor: Chemistry Toastmasters 3, 4 Who’s Who 4 4-H 2, 3,4 FFA 2,3,4
Ag. Scholarship Governing Board 3,4
142—SENIORSGRIVNA, DENNIS ........ Claylon
See. Education Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry’
Major: Music Education
HALVERSON, JEROME .... Luck
Major: Speech and English
NOTE 2,3,4 “R" Club 1, 2, 3,4
HANSON, MURIEL ........ Spring
Major: Music Education Band 1,2,3,4 Choir 2,3,4 Brass Ensemble 3, 4 MENC 1, 2,3,4 Sigma Chi Sigma 2,3 Kappa Delta Pi 4 Who’s Who 4
Concerts and Lectures Committee 4
GUNDERSON, ALICE ------ St.
Paul Park, Minn. Major: Elem. Education Minor: Soc. Sci.
HALLER, DENNIS_______Red Lake
Falls, Minn. Major: Psych., Elem. Education Student Senate 4 Psych. Club 3 Toastmasters 2 Young Denis 2, 3 Vets Club 2, 3, 4 Who’s Who 4
HANSON, DONALD.......St. Paul,
Major: Psychology and Sociology
HASE, FREDERICK ..... Maiden
Sec. Education Major: Math Minor: Chemistry
SENIORS—143HAUSCHILDT, GARY Ellsworth Major: Chemistry and Math Chcm Club 4 HAGENBARTH, OSWALD Rice Lake Sec. Education Major: Math Minor: Physics and Phy Ed Math Club 1,2, 3,4 Newman Club 1, 2,3.4 SNEA 1, 2.3,4
HENDRICKSON, WAYNE Spring Valley Major: Biophysics Student Senate 2,3,4 SAC 2,3,4 Who's Who 4 Personnel Com. 4 Physics Colloquium 4 Liberal Arts Honor Society 3,4 Class Pres. 2 Dorm Council 2,3, 4 Debate 1,2,4 Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4 Concerts and Lectures Com. 4 Library Com. 4 HERMANSON, MELVIN .... New Richmond Major: Physics Minor: Math
HEXUM, TERRY Cameron Major: Chemistry HILDE, ROGER St Paul, Minn. Major: Physics and Math
HILLSKOTTER, WENDELL . .. Osceola Major: Ag. Education Minor: Biology HIRSCHINCER, JAMES _ Baraboo Major: Sociology Minor: Physical Education Pinochle Club 4 Sociology Club 4 Skin Diving Club 1, 2 PEM Club 4
144—SENIORSHOFSCHILD, HOWARD ...........
Major: Biology Minor: Pliy Ed and Math “R” Club 1,2, 3, 4 Dorm Council 1, 2, 3, 4
Philadelphia, Penn. Major: Psychology Minor: Guidance, History, Sociology, French French Club AWS Board Psych. Club Bridge Club
JENSEN. ROCHELLE .... Wilson
Major: Elem. Education
Minor: Guidance and Psychology
Choir 1, 2,3, 4
Kappa Delta Pi 4
LSA 1, 2, 3, 4
Major: Ag. Education Minor: Industrial Arts
HUNTER. LUCILLE.... River Falls
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Social Science
JAWORSKI, DONALD .... Pulaski Major: Ag Education Minor: Industrial Arts Toastmasters 2, 3, 4 Newman Club 1, 2,3,4 FFA 2,3,4 Young Denis 1, 2, 3, 4 Agrifallians 1
JENSEN. BONNIE .... Elk Mound Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education
Major: Elem. Education Minor: History
Major: Broad Area Soc. Science Minor: Industrial Arts Vets Club 4
Young Republicans 1,2,3 LSA 1, 2,3, 4
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education
JONES, LARRY ________ Red Wing, JULIUS, WYMAN .. . Mpls., Minn.
Minn. Major: Psychology Major: Sociology Minor: Economics
KANABLE, JAMES ......... Tomah
Major: Agriculture Minor: Industrial Arts “R" Club
Newman Club 1,2,3,4 FFA 1,2,3,4
Ag. Scholarship Gov. Board 4 FFA Reporter 4
Major: Sociology Minor: Psychology Newman Club 1, 2, 3,4 Young Dans 2,3 Sociology Club 4
KEEFER, THOMAS ...... Gilman
Sec. Education Major: Biology Minor: Physical Education
KIRK, LINDA BERG Sec. Education Major: English Minor: Speech
KLATT, MARLIN .... Clear Lake Sec. Education Major: Social Science
Menomonie Major: Agriculture
Minor: Economics Wesley Foundation 1, 2,3, 4
KOTTKE, RICHARD .... Hudson Major: Elcm. Education
Sec. Education Major: Music Minor: Psychology
KOWALSCHYK, WILBURT ........
KRENGEL, ELAINE .... St. Cloud Major: Economics
KUSS, WAYNE ________ River Falls LaBRASH, ROBERT ....... New
Major: Economics Richmond
Minor; Psychology Major: Math, Chemistry, and
Econ Club 3,4 Physics
Psych Club 3,4 Math Club 1
Cheni Club 1 Physics Colloquium 2LABRECK, CAROL KORBEL.........
Major: Biology Minor: Physical Education See. Education Syncho-patcrs 3
LEIBZEIT, ELDON .... Greenwood Major: Economics
LONGTIN. ANITA KAY ______ St.
Paul, Minn. Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education SNEA 4 Psych. Club 3 Mclctcan 2 Young Denis 1, 2 Newman Club 1,2,3,4
LUKASIK, BARBARA .............
Major: Elem. Education Minor: English
LAMBERT, ROGER ---------------
Major: Ag. Education Minor: Industrial Arts Newman Club 1 FFA 1,2,3,4 FFA Reporter 4
LINDQUIST, JEAN . .. Hager City Sec. Education Major: History Minor: Physical Education
LUKAS, JAMES ............. Thorp
Major: Political Science and Sociology
LUKOWICZ, MICHAEL ...Antigo Major: Broad Area Soc. Sci.
Minor: Sociology Newman Club 3, 4 Sitzmarkers I, 2 Melctcan 3,4 (Photographer) Student Voice 2, 4
118—SENIORSMARTINSON. VICTOR ..........
Somerset Major: Broad Area Soc. Science
MAYER. DONALD........ Humbird
Major: Ag. Education Minor: Biology Newman Club 1,2, 3,4 FFA 3. 4
MEENTS, EVALYN .... River Falls Major: Elem. Education Minor: Social Science
MIKRUT, FRED .... Chicago. III. Major: Agriculture Minor: Chemistry
MARTINSON, ROBERT .... River Falls
Major: Elem. Education Prologue 4
MCDONALD, MARY .... St. Paul.
Major: Elcni. Education Minor: Psychology Young Denis Homecoming Queen 1962 Bridge Club Dorm Council
MEI.LGREN. MICHAEL ............
Major: Political Science Minor: Economics
MILLIS, NORMAN Black River Falls
Major: Physics Minor: Math
Major: Psychology Minor: Economics
NAGGATZ, RONALD .... Clayton Major: Agriculture Minor: Industrial Arts
FFA 1,2,3,4 SAC 2
Men’s Choir 1, 2,3
NELSON, PHYLISS .... Prescott Major: Elcm. Education Minor: Art
NELSON, RODNEY ........ Amery
Major: Sociology and Biology
MROTEK, ARLYN........... Owen
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Industrial Arts and Phy Education
NELSON, LINDA __________ Ellsworth
Sec. Education English Elcm. Education ACE 3 4 NCTE 2,3, 4 SNEA4 Who’s Who 4 Band 1,2, 3 Kappa Delta Pi 4 LSA 1, 2, 3,4
Major: Ag Education Minor: Biolog)’
Sec. Education Major: Ag Education Minor: Math FFA 1,2,3,4
150-SENIORSNEWMAN, DARRELL .... Hudson Major: Political Science and Journalism Young Denis 2, 3 Student Voice 1, 2, 3, 4 Editor 3
NIELSON, ROBERT _______________
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education
NORQUIST, ROBERT ________ Hager OLSON. GORDON Baldwin
City Major: Elem. Education Major: Economics Minor: Physical Education
Minor: Political Science and Math
OLSON, ORVIN ......_.. Grandview
Sec. Education Major: Math
Minor: Physical Education
Minor: Physical Education and Social Science
OLSON, SHIRLEY........... Luck
Major: French Minor: Journalism Choir 3, 4
Student Voice 3,4, Editor 3 LSA3.4
ORMSON, ALLEN ................ Barron ORN, ELEANOR ........ Turtle Lake
Major: Elem. Education Major: Elem. Education
Minor: Physical Education and Social ScienceOSEN, JUDY ........ River Falls OVERLE1N, CALMER .... Elmwood
Major: Elem. Education Major: Broad Area Soc. Sci.
Minor: Psych, and Sociology Young Republicans 2 Kappa Delta Pi 4 Sigma Chi Sigma 4 Psych. Club 4 Orchcsis 2,3, 4 Who’s Who 4 Cheerleader 1, 2,3
PENMAN, BRUCE _________ Hudson PETERSON, JOHN -------- Hudson
Major: Chemistry Major: Economics
Minor: Math Minor: Sociology
Omicron Chi Epsilon 4
POULTER, ANN SJOLIN .........
Sec. Education Major: English Minor: Speech NCTA 3, 4 WRA 2, 3 Young Dems 3, 4 Forensics 3,4
PRUST, ROBERT .... No. St. Paul, Minn.
See. Education Major: Economics
POULSTER, JAMES ..............
Major: Broad Area Soc. Science Minor: Guidance SNEA 4
Young Republicans 3, 4
REINKEY, PATRICIA.... Elmwood Major: Elem. Education Minor; Guidance
152—SENIORSRICHARDSON, ROBERT ------------
Spring Valley Major: Political Science and Economics Student Senate 3,4 SAC 2, 3, 4
Young Republicans 1,2, 3,4
Newman Club 1,2,3,4
Who’s Who 4
Personnel Com. 3, 4
Econ Club 4
Pi Kappa Delta 2,3,4
United Council 3,4
Student Foundation Com. 1,2,3,4
Debate 1.2, 3,4
Stratton Hall Council 1,2,3,4
RIVARD, HAROLD ......... Somerset
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education
ROEHL, LOWELL ........... Loyal
Major: Agriculture Minor: Math Toastmasters 4 Vets Club 1,2, 3 FFA 1, 2,3,4
Agric. Scholarship Gov. Board 3,4
ROTH. ROBERT .... Mips., Minn.
Vets Club 2, 3,4
Psych. Club 1
Econ Club I, 2, 3, 4
RINGLEIN, PAUL Whitehall Major: Agriculture
RODEWALD, JEROME ...... River
Major: Chemistry Minor: Physics and Math
Sec. Education Major: Ag Education Minor: Math FFA 4 LSA 1, 2,3,4 4-H 3, 4
RUESCH, MARJORIE __ Medford Major: Elem. Education Minor: Art Education Art Club 3, 4 ACE 4
Sigma Chi Sigma 4 Young Dems 3 Wesley 3Dallas
Sec. Education Major: Math
Major: Elan. Education Minor: Social Science
Who’s Who 4 Kappa Delta Pi Class Officer 4 LSA 1,2,3,4 Pi Kappa Delta 4
SAXBY, RAYMOND ...... Wilton SCHAFFER, JOHN B... Clayton
Major: Ag Education Secondary Education
Minor: Industrial Art
Major: Chemistry and Biology Young Republicans 2,3,4 Beta Beta Beta 4
SCHNIEDER, SHELDON ..........
Major: Broad Area Soc. Sci.
Major: Psychology and Sociology
Vets Club 4
Who’s Who 4
Psych Club 1. 2,3,4
Liberal Arts Honor Society 1
Sociology Club 4
SCHOLZE. GERALD .... Humbird
Major: Ag Education
Toastmasters 3, 4
FFA 3, 4
Young Denis 1
Sec. Education Major: Chemistry Minor: Math Chem Club 3, 4 Wesley 1
154—SENIORSSCHUBERT, INES .. . River Falls Sec. Education Major: German Minor: History
SEIPEL. GALEN......... Elmwood
Major: Ag Education Minor: Industrial Arts Toastmasters 4 Gamma Delta 1,2,3 FFA 1,2,3,4 "R” Club 1,2, 3
Major: Broad Area Soc. Science
Minor: Physical Education
SNEA 3, 4
Gamma Delta 1,2,3,4
SKII.LE, JANET _________ Downing
Major: Med. Technology LSA 1,2,3
Young Denis 1, 2, 3
Beta Bela Beta 1,2,3
Liberal Arts Honor Society 1, 2, 3
SCHULTZ, ALENA . .. Boyccville Major: Elcm. Education Minor: Psychology ACE 4
Young Republicans 1, 2 Covenant Club 1,2
SEKNEY, GEORGE ........ Bryant
Major: Agriculture Minor: Biology
SIPPLE, ROGER — Menomonie
Major: Ag Education
FFA 1, 2, 3,4
SOBOTTKE, BARBARA ............
Sigma Chi Sigma
Who’s Who 4
Liberal Arts Honor Society
Young DenisSORENSEN. KENNETH ............. STANEK, JOSEPH ............. Cadott
Dresser Major: Biology
Major: Elan. Education Minor: Sociology
Minor: Science Toastmasters 1. 2.3,4 ACE
Young Republican 1, 2 LSA 3, |
STRELOW, WARREN .... St. Paul, STOVE, GLENN ........... Humbird
Minn. Major: Math and Physics
Sec. Education Major: History Minor: Physical Education
SUTTEN, LAURENCE........ River
Major: Economics and Psychology
SWANSON. ROGER ........ Cushing
Major: Agriculture and Chemistry Minor: Math Sitzmarkcrs 2,3, 4 Young Republicans 2,3 Agriffallians Society 1, 2
SZYMANSKI. GERALD Thorp THORESON, WILMA ........... River
Major: Economics Falls
Minor: Agriculture See. Education
Newman Club il a or' EnglUh
156-SENIORSTHURSTON, PHILLIP C. ----------
Major: Broad Area Soc. Sci.
Minor: Biology Toastmasters 3, 4, 5 SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4 Vets Club 5 College Countrymen 1 Mclctean 5, Sports Editor Wesley 5
Student Voice 3,4, 5
TOMHAVE, JACK .... Red Wing, Minn.
Sec. Education Major: Math
Minor: Physics and Chemistry Math Club 3, 4 Band 1
Young Denis 1, 2
Major: Art Minor: Music Mclctean 4 Art Editor Band 1.2,3,4
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education Newman Club PEM Club
TICKNOR, JAMES ._... Edgerton Major: Elem. Education Minor: Physical Education
TRAYNOR, MAUREEN .... Spring Valley
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Sociology ACE SNEA
Newman Club Sociology Club
TUBBESSINC. ROBERT.......... St.
See. Education Major: Art Education
WALDB1LLIC, DON ...... Araery
Major: Chemistry Minor: Math Chemistry Club
WALSH. JAMES See. Education Major: Math Minor: History
WATRUD, LEROY ..... Clayton
Major: Chemistry and Biology Young Denis 3. 4 Chem Club 3.4 Beta Beta Beta 4 Pi Kappa Delta 4
WELLS. ROBERT ....... Beloit
Major: Economics and Geography Pinochle Club 3, 4 Economics Club 4
WHITE, VIRGINIA ...... Maiden
See. Education Major: German Minor: Art Education
WRIGHT, HELEN ....... Clayton
Major: Elem. Education Minor: Phy. Ed. and Health ACE 4 SNEA 3. 4 WRA 2, 3, 4 Gamma Delta 4 PEM Club 3, 4 Orchesis 4
WRIGHT. PAUL ......... Hudson
Major: Chemistry Pinochle Club Chem Club
ZEINERT, DARWIN. .Wittenberg Major: Ag. Education Minor: Biology
158-SENIORSSENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
... Earl Button Robert Cross (not Pic.) Carol Freier Judith Runkle
SENIORS—159Seniors MONTBRIAND, DAVID
-Not Pictured- OLSON, MERLIN ... North St. Paul, Minn.
RANDALL, WILLIAM ......
RASTIAN. JAMES — St. Paul. Minn. Math and Physics
ScX'ontlury Education REISSNER, KAY
BROWN. ALLEN - . Spring Valley Elementary Education
Social Science RHIEL, MYRTLE
BURTON, KEITH . Mcnomonie Elementary Education
Agriculture ROBEY. GORDON River Falls
CULVER. RICHARD .... Ellsworth Biology
HUtory RORVICK FRANK
DOONAN, DENNIW Hudson Economics
Economics and Psychology ROY, JAMES .. .... .... River Falls
EMERSON, DAVID .. St. Paul, Minn. Social Science
Math RUNKLE, JUDITH .... ....... Dallas
FINSES. THOMAS - — Cornell Math
Biology SCHELBLE, ROSALIE
GOPLIN, ARVID St. Paul, Minn. Elementary Education
English SCHIEFLBEIN, ROBERT .
HANSEN, WILLIAM .. Turtle Lake Agriculture
Chemistry SMITH, CLYDE .. Ellsworth
HUNTER, CAROLE Glenwood City Math
Elementary Education TAYLOR, BARBARA ANN
KIRCHNER. RAYMOND .... .... River Falls Elementary Education
Economics TEHENNEPE, ROGER _ _ — - Baldwin
Math TRAEGER, RUSSELL _. ... River Falls
KORSMO, BARBARA English and French Clintonville Elementary Education VICK, ED ... Clear Lake
LaDUKE RALPH Math
Agriculture WASHKUHN, JOHN __ ... _ ... _ Shell Lake
LARSON, HARLAN .. Math
Chemistry and Math WEYENBERG, WELDON .. Ncenah
LOCKE, RICHARD Agriculture WILLIAMSON, KENT - .
Math .. St. Paul, Minn.
MARTIN, RICHARD Minneapolis, Minn. Math
Economics ZERAHN. DAVID Baldwin
McDIARMID, RACHEL — Hudson Music
160-SENIORSFreedom in discussions Concerning goals of life ..
Freedom to use life as a Laboratory—to learn through Seasoning...
Freedom to probe Into those fields Which permit the Best expression Individuality
Agnew, Jack _______
Alton, Richard ____
Amirarjomand, Iraj Amundsen, Harvey
Bebie, Roger —.....-....—................... Bruce
Becker, Martha_____________________St. Paul, Minn.
Beine, Barbara .......... —---Charles City, Iowa
Bergsrud, Barbarann_____________Spring Grove, Minn.
Berkner, Stanley —-------------
Better, Judith ________________
Blaha, James 0. ---------------
Bodsberg, Jacqueline Boettcher, LaVcme .. — Chippewa Falls
Bohlool, Bchzad Bonner. Dan
Bourdalhs, Ronald Bayport, Minn.
Ruhr, Erie ... Clear Lake
Burke, Charles . _. _ St. Paul, Minn.
Burke, Gary ...... St. Paul. Minn.
_.... St. Paul Park. Minn.
St. Paul Park, Minn.
Carninc, Allen ... New Richmond
Cederholm. Gerald .
.... River Falls
Clark, James — Waterloo
Cummings, Marlyn -
Dakin, George ...
Dueholnt, l.yn Nels ....
Durand. Cy ....
Edin, Emmett ....
Edinger, Clive ....
Ellingstad, Richard ....
Engebretton, Donald .
Esswein, Lane ...
kehlen, Jerome ....
Fellenz, David ....
Feltes, Loren tx .
Fendrick, Richard ...
Fisk. Douglas ....
Fritz, Robert ...
Gedatus, Nancy Wood villi-
Germain, Richard ...
Gilbert, Lloyd ....
Grivna. Donald ...
Guest, Steve ....
. River Falls
Main, Walter ....
Hall, Kathleen — Roberts
Hansen, Bruce ..
Headley, Leon Gamboa, Canal Zone
Hendricks, Hendrikscn, Hcndrikson, Henneman,
Hcsclton, Anita ---
— Spring V.
Hickox, Bill __
Hinzman, Ted ... Hirdler, Douglas Hoffman, Alan Holden. Sharon Holt, Gerald
Jackson, Myron -----------
Jarvinen. Bryan _________
Jensen, Richard .........
Jilek, Anthony ...........
... Rice Lake
.... St. Paul, Minn.
— New Richmond
___ New Richmond
.... Hager City
164—JUNIORSI.indquist, Sylvia Londo, Victor .... Madison, Bruce . Mahlstedt, Dixie
Mann, Howard _____
Marck, Laura _____
Sturgeon Bay — Banonett —— Roberts _ Hager City -----Cadott
Mathisoh, Roger ------------------ W£.,,fnb"5
Mater. Betty _____________________ Richmond
McKenna, Carolyn--------------- New Richmond
McKenzie, Frederick ------ Paralso, Canal -one
Meier. Robert ----------------------- Mcnomomc
Meier. Vernon ---------------------— Prt cott
Melee, Leroy ..._______
Meyer, Frederick ______
Michaelson, Erma ______
Miller. Christine _____
Miller, Nancy _______
St Croix Falls
... River Falls
.... River Falls
Monson, Darrell ____
Morrison, Elaine ___
Moll, Marilyn ______
Mott, Rodney ......
Mountain, Donald ___
River Falls . Ellsworth River Falls ... Frederic .. Ellsworth Marshfield
Nalike. John --------- —
Nelson. Se liner —
Nichols. Patricia —
—— Merrill Sturgeon Bay Prairie Farm
Olsen, Norman Fairchild
Olson. Richard ....................... St Paul
Olson, Douglas .........- .....-......Dallas
Olson, JoAnn --------------------------- Granteburg
Olson, Judy -.... Mpls., Minn.
Olson, Thomas .... Ormston, Clyde .. Ostrander, Dennis
Oswald, Cary ______
Owens, Harlin .... Pariseau, Richard
- Red Wing, Minn.
—...— Clam Falls
— St. Paul, Minn.
Parker, Arden ......
Peach, Renie _______
Peissig, Dennis ... Petersen, Howard .... Peterson, Carol .... Peterson, Carolyn _
-------- Eau Claire
..... Lake Geneva
---- New Richmond
------ ... Ellsworth
Peterson, Charles ....
Peterson, Charles ________
Peterson, Donald _________
Peterson, Emery ______
Pippcngcr, William -------
........ Stillwater. Minn.
...— No. St Paul. Minn.
■■■ Red Wing. Minn.
Plumb. Richard............................ Edgerton
Potocnik, Delmar ......................... Owen
Prescott, Charles.......................... Tornah
Romios. Eugene - - Barronett
--------St. Croix Falls
Schmanski, Joan .........
— Livonia, Mich.
------ Rice Lake
- St. Paul,'Minn. Red Wing, Minn.
Schmidt, Henry _ Schmiling, Bruce Schneider, Larry Schroeder, Marvin
Schubert, Ines ____
Schultz, Albert ...
Schuster, Fred.................................. Antigo
Seipcl, Linda ..............................Plum City
Setter, Paul---------------------------------------Clear Lake
Shawbold, Dean ..................... White Bear, Minn.
Sieboid, Wayne--------------------------------- Hammond
Simon, Donald------------------------------Prairie Farm
----- River Falls
Stcnbcrg, Warren ..
Stockley, Donald ____
Stunkel, Marlycc — Sucnnen, Catherine Swanson, Sheridan _
_ Stillwater, Minn.
White Bear, Minn.
Tofte, Thora----------------------------Hager City
Tuttle, Timothy -----------------------Eagle River
Tyler, Thomas_________________________New Richmond
Ueland, Marjorie----------------No. St. Paul, Minn.
Urbanz, Frank — Vandcberg, Judith Vanous, Roger —
Yider, Linda ----
166—JUNIORSVollerl. Gail ... Walker, Kac Wall, Larry ... Wears, Karen .. Wciscr. Michael Wells, A hr on______
Star Prairie River Falls ... Ellsworth Amery Frederic Hazlchurst
Whang, Kyu ..........
White, Donald .......
Williams, Charles ...
Williams, Leo _______
Williams, Stephen ___
.... Seoul. Korea
— Turtle Lake
Osseo New Richmond • Eau Claire
Wilson, Warren ...
Wink, Edward ________
Winzer, Ruth Wiskerchen, Michael Wolfe, Loren .........
Si. Louis, Mo. --------—----Frederic
- - Clem wood City
— .— Maiden Rock
Zuke, Richard ..
.... River Falla
----- Riverside, III.
Junior Class Officers
Ascent to “freedom'
Ability to ask the "Big Questions” What is life?—Why?—Who? .
Freedom to develop initiative
Expand one's background, and Learn to rely less on Supervision...Aancstad, Harriet ...
Abel, Orland C.
Allmon, Robert South St. Paul, Minn.
Andersen, Sharon ....
Anderson, Alice ....
Anderson, Andrew ...
Anderson, Mark ..
Anderson, Robert ...
Anderson, Sandra ....
Baer, Susan ..
Balke, David ...
Bari beau, Ceorce Rie I al-e
Barnhart, William ....
Bartels, David .... Riee I .-lire
Bartels. Susan Riu.r F«ii.
Beestman, Clifford Clear Lake
Behling, Keith — Menomonie
Bekkum, Victor Westbv
Beilin, Lyle .....
Berenchik, Richard Berg, Sharon
Bergene, John Bcrglund, James Berkner, Thomas Chctek .... Osceola
Best, Douglas .... ... Woodvillo
Blazkowski. Phillip ... ... Woodruff
Brooke, Dennis _. ...
Brown. Jerome I tiwion
Bryngclson, Carlyn Barron
169—SOPHOMORESBuettner, Marvellc .. New Richmond
Bunch, David — — Diamond Bluff
Burich, Wayne ... Burke, Arlcn ....— — — Chippewa Falls
Culiancs, Carol Cullies. Betty — Stillwater, Minn.
Carey, Michael River Falls
Carlson, Burton Catt, Duane — ... Chetek ■ River Falls
Ccgiclski, John ___
Chelmo, Joan ______
Cheney, David .....
Chisholm, Sara ....
- —......... Arkansaw
... Lake Elmo, Minn.
— ■ Prescott
Christman, Philip Clifton, Judson Cliver, John .... Cloason,
Cloutier, Yv Cook, Mary
New — Hager City
— — New Richmond - Bayport, Minn.
Cummings, Gordon .. ■■■ Ellsworth
Czckalski, Mary Dado, Kenneth — Weyerhauser
Danke, Clifford Read field
----- Birch wood
Glen wood City ... New London
Dial. Jeffrey .....-
Dirtzler. Margaret ......
Oilier. Victor Dingmann, William
Douglas, Connettc .......
St. Paul, Minn.
Dow. Lois ..
Dummann. Thomas .... .... While Bear, Minn.
Duuynski, Donald We? HI-
u. Joseph - - ■ Ekstrom, Kermit .... St. Paul, Minn. River Falls
Ellefson, Ann Spring Valley
Ellclson, Vernon .... Spring Valley
170—SOPHOMORESElliolt, Roger ....
Elliion, Lee Ann Endres. Joseph Cannon Falls. Minn. Hampton. Minn.
tnares, Kobert .. Engstrom, Judith —— Hampton. Minn.
Ermisch. Eugene Rice Lake
Evans. John St. Paul. Minn.
Fcalherslonc, Joy .... Red Wing. Minn.
Forehand. Waylnnd ....
Forrest, David .... rWf«
Fossum, Richard .... Hire lake
Fradelte. Virgil Seneca
Froclich, Donald Chippewa Falls
Frazier, Joan — Hudson
— — Amery Rice Take
Gallon. Daniel ....
Gander, Charles — Hudson
Carey, Michael .... Gierok, Peter . Giese, Diane St. Croix Fall
Gieseker, Roy - Plum City
Gill, William ... — Cumberland
Coetzelman, William — Lake Tomahawk
Goff, Thomas Hillsdale
Graham. Morgan Elein. III.
Gray, Karen .... River Falls
Green, Eugene - River Fail
Creenquist, Ronald __________________ Si. Croix Fall
Cregorich. Robert ...
Grethen, Rita Turtle Lake
Grosbeck. Marlene _.. . .
JSs, l t Stanley
Hansen. David Milltown
— St Paul, Minn.
171—SOPHOMORESHartwi . M«rv
Haupe, Ccrald Si Paul Uha
Haynes, Stephen Waukesha
Holman, Kenneth ...
Henderson. David ....
Hendrikson, Roland .. — Colfax
Hesselink, Gerald ...
Hoefer, Lon Shell Lake
Horvath, Stephen .
Jacobs, John —
Jandrt, Robert Exelund
Janota, Arthur Chetek
Jarvinen, Wayne ..
Jenkins, Kathleen ...
Johnson, Diane Ellsworth
Jurgens, Ana River Falls
Kaiser, Dennis - Hudson
Kapun, Christiane . Brooklyn. N. Y.
Kicskc, Fred Stillwater, Minn.
172—SOPHOMORES Turtle Lake
Kolstad, John — Comstock
Kuhn, James Kuhtz, Charles Clear Lake
... St. Paul
Larson, Dale . .... Ogema
LaVenturc, Regina .. New Richmond
Lee, Larry Randolph, Minn.
Lcnsclink, Rita .. Clear Lake
Red Wing, Minn.
Linse, William Mondovi
Loebcr, Mary .... Stillwater
Long, Joseph — — Fort Wayne, Ind.
Longsdorf, Richard .
Love, David Edgerton
Lucas, Barbara Cadott
... River Falls
St. Croix Falls
McLaughton, Glenn . Meath, Jerome Durand White Bear Lk., Minn.
173—SOPHOMORESMeath, Myron Mcidlingcr, Kenneth — New Richmond St. Paul
Melstrom, Gary _ Ellsworth
Metcalf, Eugene River Falls
Miller, Jean Chetek
. .. Wilhee
Mitchell, Winifred St. Paul, Minn.
Momchilovich, Gloria Cumberland
Monson, Donald Monson, Edward . River Falls
Munson, Arthur .. .
Murphy, William ... Bcldcnville
Nelson, Beverly River Falls
Neste, Donald Spooner
Newcomb, Gerald Webster
Norderhaug, Judith .... River Falls
... Rock Falls
San Marten, Cal.
...... Turtle Lake
. Detroit, Mich.
.._ ... .. — Spring Valley
Olson, Herbert Loyal
Olson, Mickey Knapp
Olson, Richard Dresser
Olson, Roy Ellsworth Amery
Organ, Joyce O’Sullivan, Basil Rice Lake Rice Lake
Otto, John Minneapolis, Minn.
174—SOPHOMORESOverby, Earle ....
Owens, Fredric ....
Pagel, John ......
Painter, John ... Parnell. Mary Ann Par low, Thomas ..
. Hammond Creen Ray River Falls .... Somerset River Falls
Parsons, Roger-Paulsen, Janice Paulson, Leslie Pechacek, Doris Pechacck, John Pedersen. Karen
.... Plum City
... River Falls
... River Falls
... River Falls
Pence, Rochelle ... Pennington, Bruce
Petersen. Cary ...
Peterson. Carol .... Peterson. Marjorie . Peterson, Martin ....
.... Spring Valley
— New Richmond
— . Comstock
Peterson. Richard ....
Pichl, Arthur ....
Pierce. Todd ...
Pitzer, Leah ...
Pol fus. Barbara
Powers, Wilburn ....
Preston, Robert Weverhauser
Pritchard. Robert ....
Prochnow, Larry ...
Purvis. Ronald Kn.inn
Ramsey, Cheryl —— — Hudson
Ramsey. Keith ----------------------------- Melrose
Rasmussen, Barbara ........................... Luck
Reeck, Dorothy —..........................1. Prescott
Rectz, Joanne --------------------------- Boyccville
Reis, Daniel ----------------------------River Falls
Reiton. Ted .......___....................... Hudson
Reynolds, Michael .....
Ricci. Richard --------
Richardson, Jerilyn ---
Rieek. Holland ........
Rick. Mary ...
Ries, Joseph ..
.... Stillwater. Minn.
___ St. Paul. Minn.
— Hastings. Minn.
Ringger, Dean .
Rizzo, Reno ____
Roberts. Walter Rodli, Jan .... Rogers, Eileen Rolstad, Jerome
.... La Fayette, Ind.
...— — Centuria
Romsos. Arden __
Rosenau, Gerald ____
Rossing, Ralphe ....
Rothauscn, Margaret Rubin, John _____ Ruder, Lynda_________
...__ Hastings. Minn.
_ So. St. Paul, Minn.
175—SOPHOMORESRucdy, Donald __________
Running, David ---------
Sandbourgh, Raymond ...
Sandvig, Timothy -------
Sargent, Jcrold ........
.... La Crescenta, Cal.
---- Minneapolis, Minn.
Schaffer, Kathleen _ Schiefelbem, Donna
Schilling, Nathan ____
-----Fond du Lac
___ Hastings, Minn.
_______ Turtle Lake
__ La Fayette, Ind.
Schmid, Paul ----------------------------- Chilton
Schmidt, Theodore____________________New Richmond
Schmidt, Wayne --------------------------- Shawano
Schmit, Rose________________________St. Croix Falls
Schnur, Louise______________________ Balscm Lake
Schwartztrauber, Jewell ....
... St. Paul, Minn.
Segcrstrom, Thomas Seki, Mae Lahaina .
Scmpf, Tom ---------
Sheldon, Glenda ____
Sheppard, Richard _
. Lawrenceburg, Ind.
Skoug, Oscar Skoug, Paul ... Skroch, Albert Slattery, Terry _ Smiley, Carmen Smith, Gene —
... New Richmond
Smith, Paul_______________________Williamsburg, Pa.
Sommers, Kenneth ---------------- Stillwater, Minn.
Stafford, David--------------------------Grinnell, Iowa
Starkey, Richard-------------------------------------Rice Lake
Stefonek, Karen---------------_________ New Richmond
Stein, Clair ----------------------------------- Spring Valley
Stelzel, Bonnie_______________________Farmington, Minn.
Stocbcrl, Arthur--------------------------------- Almcna
Stolzman, James --------------------------- River Falls
Sturm, Jerry______________________Wisconsin Rapids
Sumner, Douglas ----------------------- River Falls
Sumner, Mrs. Mae ------________---------River Falls
176—SOPHOMORESSwanson, Jamie _____ Swanson, Sharon Sweeney, Mclodie Sweeney, Sidonia Swenson, Stuart . Swerkstrom, Mary — . . — Cushing — Somerset — Cornell Edgerton - A mery Luck
Szczech, Gloria .. .. Tanner, James Taylor, Jacqueline .... Thieme, Robert __ Thomason, Paula Thompson, Arden — Stanley _____ St. Croix Falls Wht. Bear, Minn, N. St. Paul, Minn. ——■ i- Cumberland River Falls
Thompson, Caren Thompson, Don .... Thompson, Orvald ... Thompson, Rodney Thompson, Robert . Truog, Henry _____ — Cameron — Clcnwood Whitehall — Spring Valley Independence
Tripp, James Turchencske, John ... Valenta, Joseph _______ Valleen, Gerald Valley, Allen Vandyke, Gregory — —— Sparta River Falls -■ Suring Lindst rom St. Paul, Minn. Durand
VanHorn, Rodney _____ Vaughn, Michael Vento, Bruce Vest, Thomas Vezina, Donald Vichorea, John ... New Auburn St. Paul, Minn. St Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. —.— St. Croix Falls — Somerset
Voigt, Beverly Voght, Vernon Volz, Allan Walker, Robert Wall, Richard Watrud, William —-— — Barron . Ellsworth New London Clinton .... Clayton
Wax on, Barbara - Webb, Allen Webb, Jon Weberg, Lyndon Webster, Clark Weinke, Lynn ______ Hudson Spring Valley Elmwood Ellsworth Wht. Bear, Minn. Eau Claire
Welch, William Welke, Ronald Welty, Frederick Wemer, Daniel _______ White, Marlin Williams, Norman Prescott Eau Claire — Crivitz — Mcnomonie — - Frederic St Paul, Minn.
Wilmot, Hampton ....— Windolff, Artur Winjum, Jo Ann Winzer, Karen Wisncr, Hugh Witte, Janet River Falls Hudson River Falls Roberts Cumberland .... Frederic
Wittenberg, Ronald Woo, Irene Wood beck. Dare Woodruff, Eleanor Woolson, Floyd Yee, Sam Jr. .... Si, Paul ——. Hong Kong St. Paul. Minn. Hudson — — St. Croix Falls Elgin, 111.
177—SOPHOMORESZakcl, Gary St. Paul. Minn.
Zappa, Joyce — —... Cumberland
Zaspcl, Janet------------------------New Richmond
Zeller, James ----------------... Round Lake, Dl.
Zepplin, Mary _________________________ Barweveld
Zoelle, David -------------------------- Farmington
Sophomore Class Officers
Dave Balke (not pictured)
178—SOPHOMORESFRESHMEN—179Aaker, Judith .. Ackerson, I.arry Alfonso, Joseph Amodt, James . Anderson, Mary Anderson, Carol
____ Red Wing, Minn.
____ No. St. Paul, Minn.
.......... Clear Lake
Anderson, Judith ....................... Hager City
Anfinson. Barbara Baldwin
... River Falls
Arndt, William Ontario
Ft. Worth. Texas
Bakkcr, Charles —
Barry, Dennis Hales Corners
Bartlett, James Edina. Minn.
Bcaslrom, Gary Ellsworth
Becker, Bonnie Hinsdale ... Cameron
Belfiori, Philip River Falls
Bents, Idclla . ... Comstock
Beran, Robert Cumberland
Berg, Andrew St. Paul, Minn.
... St. Paul, Minn.
Betler, Lincoln Berlin
Birkel, Sally ... .. ... ..... Ellsworth . ... St. Paul, Minn.
St. Paul. Minn.
Blakcsley, Mary _ Elkhom
Blcgen, Dean ----------------------- Spring Valley
Bloom, James _________________________________Eau Claire
Blumc, Michael --------------------------- Neenah
Bock, Jerry ------------------------------ Elmwood
Bohlycn, Cary ........................... Prescott
180—FRESHMEN f ©jf p§ W nfiiiKk
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Bollolfson, Kalhy ....
Bower . Merridv ....
Boyer. David ........ Cameron
Brakrr, William ...
Braun. Clayton ....
Brennan. Marilyn ....
Brickner, Jim .
Brooks, George ... —— —. Sparta
Brown, Robert ... — Hudson
Brown, Rodney ....
Bruce, John ....
Bula, Victor- _
Burger, Robert Stillwater. Minn.
Burleigh, George .... Branham. Jeffrey Amery
Butler, Larry ....
Byrkit, William — ..
Byrne . Cerald
Cabanski, Walter Cadwoll, Betty
Card.II. Shirley ... ... Ellsworth
Carlson, Cheryl Lake Crystal
Carlton, Warren Snnnner
Ccrnohoiis, Stan Present I
Chatterton, Mary ...
Christensen. Marlene ....
Christenson, Barton ... Christenson, Kathleen ... Ellsworth
Christophcrson, Douglas .... Ellsworth
Chubb, Robert ...
Cina. Steve .
Cullman, Jeanette .
Cook, Cary .... rnthv
Corbin, Roger .... Cordes, Marilyn ....
Cox, Josephine . - Edgerton
Coyle, Robert Lapel, Ind.
Derikartz, Rolf Lengerich
Dctlcfscn, Richard - Hudson
West Chicago, III.
Dillenbeck, Roger Greenwood
Dregcr, Raymond . Colfax
Dunn, Michael Ellsworth
. St. Paul, Minn.
... Rome, N. Y.
Erickson, Richard ...
. ... St. Paul, Minn.
. Circle Pines
Fick, Edward . Hawkins
.... .. Melrose
White Bear Lake, Minn.
Flynn, Frank _.. Eau Claire
Fredrick, Allan Helenville
Froscth, Beverly Elk Mound
Wt. Bear, Minn.
.... .. .. Spooner
Genrich, Donald Birnanwood
182—FRESHMENCeracts, Robert ....
Gerlach, Louise .... Marshfield
Giese, David ...
Coodlad, Lorraine ....
Corka, Ccorge ...
GHindi. Dianne ....
Grant, Keith Deer Park
Greener. Sandra ....
Grenquist. Diane .. .
Gunderson. Leonard .. Wood villi;
Gunderson, Roxann ..
Haas, Arthur ....
Haen. Raymond ...
Hageness, Darrell Eleva
Hager, Ronald Alma
Halverson. Jerome ... .
Hamman, Murlys ..
Hammer, Howard ....
Hanna, Hetty ...
Harper, Ronald .....
Harris, Mark .... St. Paul. Minn.
Haunschild, Dale ..
Haworth, James--------------------------Glenwood City
Heckel, Harhara ........................ Prescott
Hcimslcad, Ted --------------------------- Neilsville
I (citing, Ann............................... Hudson
Henderson. Michael........................... Colfax
Hendrickson. Ronald ------------------------Greenwood
— Chippewa Falls
Hjclle, Gloria Hochstelter, James . Amery Luck
Hogan, John Paraiso, Canal Zone
Holmquist, Barbara — — New Richmond
Hoover, Ilona River Falls Boycevi lie
.... Falls Church. Va.
Howard, Paul Spring Valley
Hughes, James Berlin
Hunt, Rollin Balsam Lake
Ingalls, Betty West St. Paul, Minn.
. St. Paul, Minn.
Jahnicc, Paul ...
Jensen, Ronald River Falls St. Paul, Minn.
Johnson, Dianne — Roberts
Johnson, Donald Boyceville Red Wing, Minn.
... Shell Lake
— .. Greenwood
Johnson, Reynold - Clear Lake
Johnson, Ronald St. Paul
Johnston, David ...................... River Falls
Johnston, Roxanne________________________River Falls
Kahl, Gary___________________________________ Amery
184—-FRESHMENKaiser, Carol!______________________Lake Elmo, Minn.
Kallas, James ---------------------------- Green Lake
Kane, Kenneth................................ Maribel
Karl"'Darrel f -------------------------------- Lewis
Kasel, Karen--------------------------Hastings, Minn.
Don----------------------- River Falls
Keto, Dennis......................... Emerald
St. Paul, Mil
____ River Fa
St. Paul, Mil ____River Fa
Kjcr, Kenneth _
Klink, Rowland ...
Knapmiller, Jerry Knocpker, Loretta
...— Three Lakes
—.. Junction City ---- Independence
Kusilck, Judith -----
Laakso, John --------
La Barrc, Donald ...
___ River Falls
--------------St Croix Falls
Lcnbom, Larry .......................... Chctek
Lillcstrand, Perry ---------- --------- Marinette
Lindbcrg, Fred ... Losness, Jane —
Lumphrey, 0. James---------
MacKenzie, Ruth -----------
Madison, Daniel ...........
Maicr, Maier, Maier, Maicr, Maiwur Mallin, Lee
____________ New Richmond
John — Edward Harriet
___I__________.. Crando'n "faHs
...... Niagara Falls, Ontario
McCaffery, Ralph ------------------------- Dousman
McClellan, Elizabeth ----------- Wht. Bear, Minn.
McCormack, Lawrence _____________________ Bay City
McKenzie, Gene _________________ St. Croix Falls
McKinley, Myrna ........................ Siren
McLaughling, James....................... Roberts
Meier, Wilma ......
Mel by, Joann _____
Mckhert, Janet ....
Melin, Wayne .......
Mikla, James ------
Mittclstead, Jerome Moe, Michael ........
________ Deer Park
.... Glcnwood City
____St. Croix Falls
Moen, Jean ______.....
Moin, Bruce ----------
Moline, Harold ----...
Monio, Tom ...........
Monleilh. Kathy ......
...... Rice Lake
Stillwater, Minn. .. New Richmond
186—FRESHMENMorrison, John------------------------St. Paul, Minn.
Morrow, Patrick------------------------Hastings, Minn.
Most, Thomas ----------------------------------Prescott
Mullen, Scott Munson, Joseph Murphy, Ann Mondovi Ellsworth
Murphy, Mike Murphy, William Muschik, Gary - Myrvold, Robert Nechville, Walter Nelson, Dennis Luck River Falls . .. Clayton Hudson Roberts Roberts
Nelson, Dennis Nelson, Jane Nelson, John Nelson, Lloyd Nelson, Lewis Nelson, Lyndon River Falls Star Prairie Clam Falls Cumberland Holman _ Downing
Nelson, Mark Ncstcr, Daniel Neuter, Linda Nielsen, Gary Nielson, Rita Noard, Gerald . .. . Grantsburg .... _ Cumberland St. Paul. Minn. Ellsworth Wcyerhauser
Nordcrhaugh, Donald Noreen, Pamela Oakland, James Obradovich, Michael Odalcn, Terry O'Donnell, Claude — Ellsworth No. St. Paul, Minn. Prairie Farm Eagle River Bcldenville Hudson
O'Flanagan, Cheryl .... Olin, Catherine Olsen, Carver Olson, Jean — Olson, Karen Olson, Steven .... .... Prairie Farm — Centuria River Falls Luck Maiden Rock . Hudson
Olson, Thomas O'Meara, Kathleen Opitz, Lyndly Orf, David Organ, Allan 0 mi son, Duane Turtle Lake Knapp St. Paul, Minn. Ellsworth Barron
Osen, Richard Osley, Kathy Oswald, Geraldine One, Judith Ourada, Kenny Ouimette, George ___ River Falls Melrose . Wauzeka Randolph, Minn. Antigo Eau Claire
Overbeck, Charles — Overholt, Laura Owen, Wealthy Pacyga, Francis Park, John Parlow, Gene Sturgeon Bay Spring Valley Clam Falls Rice Lake Centuria ... Black River Falls
Pasanen, Larry Pastor, Fredrick Paulson, Betty Paulsen, Harlo Paulson, William Paulson. Thomas Exeland New Aubom Frederic ... Red Granite St. Paul, Minn.
187—FRESHMENun —_ . . Rush City, Minn.
lillip-------------------- New Richmond
Bruce ----------------------- River Falla
Carol — ________________________ Shawmo
.... Cary, Illinois
-----------Inver Grove, Minn.
- . Pewaukce
Rapids Minn. Minn. Minn. River Falla ... Manawa
Rudell, Geoffrey . ... Frederic
Rudi, Mariya _________________________________ Dallas
Salmassi. Faramorz..................... Tehran, Iran
Sandquist, Karen ............................ Aniwa
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Sazania, William ...
Schilling, Ida .......
Schilling, Wayne ... Schlosscr. Richard . Schlough. Lowell Schlough, Richard .
---------- — Amery
• So. St. Paul. Minn.
Schroedor, Jerry ... Schulte, Eugene ....
Secrisl. Ray ________
Seering, Kenneth ...
Seibel, Ralph .......
Seirstad, Donald ...
Senechal, Sandy Hudson
Setter, Ocrald ... Sharp, Sally .... Dresser . River Falls
Sherwood, James St. PauL Minn,
Shcwczwk. Richard .
Simmons, Frederick ..
Simmons, Kay Simons, Ann , Rush City, Minn.
Sinitski, John Skrutvold, Beth Snoeycnhos, Lester ...
Solberg. Ronald ... Ettrick
Somcnille. Robert ... Hayward
Sorenson, Myron .... St. Paul, Minn.
Speich, Ruth Ladvsmiili
Stadler, Gerald s
Steele, Cary II 4 ft
Steen, Janet Stccvens. Barry ... Steffen, Donald Ridgclad
Stellrccht, Paul Stohl, Ronald Stokes, Hyland - Sooner
Streed, Marilyn ... Frederic
Streeter, Kenneth Stytz, Lois Bloomington, Minn. Ncilsville
Suendsen, Barbara ...
Swanson, Karen Osceola
Steven .— Victoria
189—FRESHMENSzymanski, Gerald tSL Dotld" Thorp
TeitL Robert ........ Eau Claire
2 2= River Falls .. , River Falls
Thodc. Eli Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson,
_ Hastings, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn.
Thorcson, Robert —
Thrkc, Neil _______
Timm, Arlys _______
Timm, Kenny -------
Tobias, Barry _____
Toll, Sharon ______
Toahner, Judith _ Trans bu Trudell,
____St. Croix Falls
Van Able, Michael
Venhor, Franklyn .
Verhylst, Bcrl -----
Wahlstrom, Richard ____________
Wallin, Sandi _____
Walsh, Austin __ Walvig, Daniel ___
Ward, Ronald — Warner, Marlin . Warren. Walter
Webb, Michael _ Weber, Curtis —
Spring Valley --- Elmwood
Wesllund, Harry _
Wieckowicz, James Wiesner, Vickie — Wilczewski, Jerald Williams, Ralph ___
190—FRESHMEN || s Woods, Jerold Cumberland .... River Falls
(| Youngman, Mary Barron
Zarbock, Jeaney — Ziegcweid, Gregor)' — Red Wing, Minn. Arcadia
t 1 Zimmerman, Alan
Freshman Class Officers
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191—FRESHMENJuniors - Not Pictured -
Henson. David Clear Lake ... St. Paul, Minn.
Brown. James _ ... St. Paul, Minn.
Buchner. Newton Canal Zone
... River Falls
Cusick. Terence .... . .. St. Paul Park, Minn.
Fenton, Kenneth . Antigo
Hungerjord. Jerome Maiden Rock
Jaworski, Ronald Palaski
Krepert. Susan Watertown
Kuehn, Carole . Cottage Grove, Minn.
... Prairie Farm
Macleod. Mary Hager City
Macleod. Robert Hager City
Nilitham. Vilas Bangkok, Thailand
Norvotd, Telford .. Wilson
Oelkers, Richard ... Red Wing, Minn.
Schmidt, Jim LaCrosse
IVellens, Larry ...
Wiskerchen, Leonard .... Durrand
Carlson. Warren ... Kan von. Minn.
Chell, Rose — . . Lewis
Everson. Allen Alma Center
Freilickson. Shirley G yd esc n. Henry Deronda Hastings, Minn.
Nits, Lou ... .... St. Paul, Minn.
John, John Malain
Kosaka, Jeanette Hawaii
McKinley, Daisy Siren
. St. Paul, Minn.
Olson, Orland ... Wcstby
Probsl, Roger River Falls
... Plum City
Swanson, Harry Mason
St. Paul Park. Minn.
. River Falls
Black River Falls
St. Paul Park, Minn.
Tlachac, Marlin River Falls
Williamson, Felix ... Zilge, Melverne
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