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CENTRAL STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE STEVENS POINT • WISCONSINa man whom we admire and respect for his ethics, appearance, good sense of humor and ability to produce fine music from average material.Peter J. Michelsento JOll • . • Joseph Victor Collins, Ph.D. You, who arc a distinguished man in the field of mathematics. Your record of forty-three years of student guidance during your career in our college and your fine qualities of scholarship, justice, leadership and service have ever inspired our deepest respect and admiration. We will be looking forward to the day, Dr. Collins, when you will mount your bicycle again and pedal your way over to see your fond admirers here at Central State Teachers’ College. We like your unusual ways of handling the many problems of the world of which we are all a part. May happiness ever be with you. Dr. Collins, you who retire a young man.You have just opened the most complete photo-album that C.S.T.C. has ever had. Your editor's love of photography and natural desire to give you a "picture story" of C.S. T.C. has given him the challenge to picture the characters and individuals who make up the personality of C.S.T.C. The staff, not the editor, presents this book. Our organization has been most complete and the editor has been supervisor and guide, not author. Remember we have sacrificed fancy colors and elaborate layouts to be able to give you more pictures. The Iris staff proudly presents this book with the hope that we have selected pictures that you will like; pictures that will represent what C.S.T.C. means to you.FACULTY CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES FEATURESADMINISTRATIONPresident Hyer Pay 10i' ijCUt cUjC when I did my bit for the Iris, I did not think that I should ever again have the privilege and the pleasure of responding to another request for a few words for this page. But now that the opportunity has come, I wish to use the little space assigned me to express my sincere appreciation for the many fine things which the faculty, the students, and the student organizations have done to make this one of the happiest of all the many pleasant years in which I have been a teacher. I wish to thank each of you personally, and to wish that you may be so fortunate as I have been in having friends like you. Yours sincerely, nREGENT MARTENS is a privilege to speak directly to you, students of C. S. T. C., and to wish you success, a real success. Experience has taught me that there is a vast difference between education and schooling. Making a life is far greater than making a living. The world within is the real world. What though the body live in a cottage if the soul dwells in a mansion? Sincerely, DEAN STEINER 7 S o those who know it best Central State Teachers College is not static. It is a live, vigorous, growing educational institution which is constantly broadening and deepening its channels of service for young men and women. May the progressive spirit of old alma mater be transmitted to her alumni and students everywhere! Sincerely, p v nAllen, Bessie May Iowa State Teachers College; Columbia U., B.S., Nl.A.,Graduate Study, U. of Chicago, Columbia U. Horn Economic!, Social Sc tenet. Allbz, George C. U. of Washington, B.A.; School of Library Service; Columbia U., B.S., M.A. librarian. Bauer, Betty Mae Western Illinois State Teachers College;Junior College Diploma, B.E.; U. of Chicago, ‘M.A. Training Teacher, Second Grade. Leave of Ahience. Burroughs, Leland M. Wabash College, A.B.; U. of Michigan, M.A.; Graduate, King’s College of Oratory. English, Speech. Carlsten, Edna C. Art Institute. Chicago, B.A.E.; U. of Illinois; Chicago U. Art. Church, Nancy Jane Columbia U., B.S.; U. of Wisconsin. Clothing, Textiles, Costume Design, Colman, Susan E. Superior State Teachers College; U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B., Ph.M.; Columbia U., Graduate study. Director, Primary. Davis, Mildred U. of Iowa, B.A., M.A.; Graduate Work. Foreign Travel, Study, French, Engluh Literature. Diehl, Leah L. U. of Chicago, Ph.B., M.A. Training Ttocher, Fourth GraJe. Evans, Charles C. Ohio Wesleyan U., B.Sc.; Chicago U., M.S.; Graduate Study, Yale U., U. of Wisconsin. Bacteriology, Biology, Phynologi, Anatomy. Faust, Gilbert W. U. of Wisconsin, B.S. Chemistry. Finch, Josephine M. House Mot hr, Nelson Hall. Hanna, Mary E. Central State Teachers College, B.S.; Graduate Study, U. of Minnesota. Fhflish, Geography. Herrick, Alfred James U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B.; Graduate work, U. of Wisconsin, U. of Minnesota, U. of Chicago. Training School Principal. Hanson, Gertie L. U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B., Ph.M. Training Tiachtr, Junior High School. Horton, Ethel Sue Beloit College, B.A.; U. of Wisconsin, M.A.; U. of Minnesota, Ph.D. Biology, Botany.Jayne, Clarence D. U. of Washington. A.B.; U. of Wisconsin, Ph D. Training Teacher, IntermeJtate Department Jenkins, Warren Gard Miami U., A.B.; U. of Wisconsin, M.A. American History. Jones, Jessie E. U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B.; U. of Chicago. M.A. Botany, Biology. Knutzbn, Norman E. Lawrence College. A.B., A.M.; U. of Chicago. English. Kotal, Edward Lawrence College. Ph.B. Director of Athletics. La Vigne, Bessie U. of Minnesota. B.S. Kura! Demonstration School. Lyness, Arthur S. Kansas State Teachers College, B.S.; U. of Iowa. M.S.. Ph D. Training Teacher, Junior High School. Mansur, Lulu M. Library School, Columbia U. As ns tan t Librarian.Marks, Dr. F. A. Purdue U., Ph.G.; Northwestern U., Medical School. Phjiuian, Surgeon. Mason, Syblb Ethel Central State Teachers College. B.E.; U. of Wisconsin. Librarian Certificate. Assistant Librarian. Matravkrs, Chester H. U. of Wisconsin. Ph.B , Ph.M.; Teachers College, Columbia; Organic School of Education, Fair-hope, Ala.; New York U.; Candidate for Ed.D. Philosophy, PsjtMofj, Education. Meston, Helen Doanc College, B.S.; Columbia U., B.S., M.A. Horne Economics, English. Michblshn, Peter J. Music Conservatory of Oslo; Vandcr-Cook School of Music. Director of Music. Neale, Oscar Fremont College, B.S.; Denison U., U. of Chicago; U. of Minnesota. Director of Kura! Department. Nkuberger, Mary K. St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, R.N. School Nurse. Mott, Joseph National University, M.A. English, Education.Pfeiffer, Lydia Marif. U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B.; Columbia U., M.A. Training Ttat her. Fifth GraJt. Reppbn, Nels O. University of Wisconsin. A.B., A.M., Ph D. Social Science. Nixon, O. Floyd Indiana U.. A.B.; U. of Chicago, A.M.; Ohio State University, Ph.D. Mathematics. Pierce, Burton R. Ripon College, Ph.B.; Central State Teachers College; Graduate Work, U. of Chicago; U. of Iowa, M.A. Junior High School Principal. Rightsbll, Raymond M. Indiana State Teachers College, B.A.; University of Cincinnati, M.A. Physics. Rogers, Thomas A. Illinois Wesleyan U., B.S., Pennsylvania State College, M.S. Chemistry, Richardson, Beatrice E. U. of Wisconsin, B.S., M.A.; Graduate Work, Merrill Palmer School, Detroit, Michigan. Physical F.Jneat ton for Women, Training School. Roach, May M. Central State Teachers College; Columbia University; U. Minnesota, B.S.; Graduate Work. English, F.Jncatson.Rolfson, Carolyn G. Financial Secretary-Treasurer. Scum beck lb, Fred J. State Teachers College. Kearoev, Nebraska, A.B.; U. of Mi one sora, M.S. Agriculture, Chemistry, General Science, Cent mat ten. Steiner, H. R. U. of Wisconsin. Ph.B.. Ph.M.; Graduate Study. Harvard. History, Social Science. Sturm, Garnet Heilman Secretary, AJrartceJ St an.hut. Committee, Swallow, Marie Training School Secretary. Thompson, Victor E. Stout Institute; U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B., Ph.M.; Graduate Work, U. of Wisconsin, U. of Colorado. In Jus trial Arts, Mathematics.Tolo, Harold Michael Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, B.A.; U. of Minnesota, M.A.; U. of Illinois. Ph.D. History. Van Arsdale, Gladys Iowa State Teachers College, B.A.; Columbia U., M.A. Primary Techniques, Training Teacher, Third Grade. Tobias, Adda U. of Chicago, Ph.B.; Teachers College, Columbia U., M.A. Training Teacher, First Grade. Watson, Charles F. U. of Chicago, B.S., M.S. Geography. Wilson, Emily Kansas State Teachers College, B.S.; U. of Chicago, Ph.B.; Kansas State College, M.S. Home Economics. Van Deraa, Mary Jane Office Secretary.THOSE WERE THE DAYS WHEN— Miss Jones, Miss Roach, and Miss Taylor wore shore skirts . . . Professors Clark and Watson went on picnics ... The Misses Meston, Bronson, Nast, and Rolfson enjoyed outings . . . Miss Roach had her picture taken with Mr. Phelan, head of the Rural Department ... Miss Jones, Miss Meston, and Miss Wilson belonged to the Dclzcll family group . . . Professor Spindler, whose loss can be deeply felt only by those who knew him, was a faculty member at C.S.T.C. . . . Herbert R. Steiner became a Professor . . . Miss Roach wore a gym suit . . . Dr. Collins (left) and Mr. Herrick (third from left) sang in the old quartette . . . Mr. Knutzen had a girl. . . .CLASSESAbrahamson, Ralph Sparta, Wis. Anderson, Sylvia Rosholt, Wis. Bader, Blanche Stevens Point, Wis. Bartels, Kenneth Endeavor, Wis. Bentz, Alice Nekoosa, Wis. Pap 2 Anderson, Ellen Eland. Wis. Bachmann, Carl Brantwood, Wis. Baierl, Thelma Nekoosa, Wis. Becher, Kathryn Wausau, Wis. Berens, Janice Stevens Point, Wis. Bodeen, Eleanor Rice Lake, Wis. Brady, Hugh Bancroft, Wis.Brady, Mildred Seymour. Wis. Bucholz, Alvin Merrill, Wis. Butler, Dorothy Stevens Point, Wis. Cartmill, George Plover, Wis. Charles, Lorraine Mather, Wis. Christensen, Glenis Westfield, Wis. Buchholz, Ethel Weyauwcga, Wis. Burrows, Dorothy Plainfield, Wis. Campbell, Ramona Stevens Point, Wis. Caskey, Jesse Phelps, Wis. Chartier, Leonard Merrill. Wis. Christianson, Bessie Arpin, Wis. Pagf 23Christenson, Bjorn Nclsonvillc, Wis. Colby, J. Donald Wausau, Wis. Cook, Calvin Unity, Wis. Cram, Mildred Stevens Point, Wis. Dent, Harold Almond, Wis. ?af 24 Cisesky, Dorothy Plover, Wis. Connor, Gene Auburndalc, Wis. Cook, Dorothy J. Waupaca, Wis. Denk, Edward Phillips, Wis. Dregne, Harold Marshfield, Wis. Duecker, Doris Kiel, Wis. Earl, Edna Owen, Wis.Eyler, Gerald Sparta, Wis. Fellf.r, Hester Bear Creek, Wis. Fisher, Sophia Antigo, Wis. Faucett, Thomas Stevens Point, Wis. Firgens, Oscar Suring, Wis. Floeter, Irene Westfield, Wis. Flynn, Mary Momcilo, Wis. Gilbertson, Dorothy Rhinelander, Wis. Graham, Marion Gillctt, Wis. Gikling, Phyllis Ocssa, New York Gobtsch, Adeline Colby, Wis. Groves, Sherman Prentice, Wis. P«S 2}Harris, Glen Plainfield. Wit, Hktzkl, Ruth Almond, Wis. Hjntz, Genevievb Steven Point, Wis. Hurd, Hazel Almond, Wis. Jackson, Helens Eagle River, Wis. Pay 26 Hartvig, Charles Iola, Wis. Hetzel, Willis Stevens Point, Wis. Holman, Lois Waupaca, Wis. Hyland, Jane Rhinelander, Wis. Johnston, Don Appleton, Wis. Jones, Elva Oregon, Wis. Joostin, Janet Rudolph, Wis.Joubbrt, Ramona Tigcrcon, Wis. Kellogg, Lulu Tomah, Wis. Kilbane, Catherine Elroy, Wis. Klosinski, Bernice Custer, Wis. Knutson, Ruth Valders. Wis. Jurczak, Edward Knowlton, Wis. Ketterl, Theodore Butternut, Wis. Kirschling, Melvin Stevens Point, Wis. Knox, William Mauston, Wis. Kreilkamp, Edgar Mosincc, Wis. V27 Kreilkamp, Robert Mosincc, Wis. Kushman, Esther Pelican Lake, Wis.Laing, Ethel Momcilo, Wit. Laschkewitsch, Reynold Goodrich, N. D. Livingston, Jane Plainfield. Wit. Luedtke, Mildred Horicon, Wit. Malchow, Clifford Srevent Point. Wit, Larson, William Stevent Point, Wit. Lee, Victor Richland Center, Wit. Luchterhand, Vera Greenwood, Wit. Luther, Viola Waupaca, Wit. Malinovsky, Gladys Portage. Wi . Marshall, Marion Omro, Wit. fay 29Mastey, Florence Pulaski, Wis. McDonald, Ethel Stevens Point, Wis. Michaels, Mae Stevens Point, Wis. Morgan, Grace Bancroft, Wis. Olsen, Edward Elcho, Wis. Pagenkoff, Geraldine Wausau, Wis. McAllen, Edward Wabeno, Wis. McGuire, James Stevens Point, Wis. Miller, Margaret Stevens Point, Wis. Murphey, Rita Chilton, Wis. Ostenson, Roy Curtiss. Wis. Peterson, Delilah Plainfield, Wis. rage 29Peterson, Emily Phillips, Wis. Porter, Kathleen Navarino, Wis. Radke, Vivian Montcllo, Wis. Redemann, Jean Fremont, Wis. Rinka, Chester Stevens Point, Wis. Peterson, Verla Berlin, Wis. Preston, Helen Ncillsville, Wis. Rathkk, Wilburt Merrill, Wis. Richards, Dorothy Stevens Point, Wis. Rodencal, Alice Berlin, Wis. Sc HI LUNGER, OTTO Edgar, Wis. Schmidt, Mildred Iola, Wis.Schnick, Vivian Hixton, Wis. Smith, Ruth Plainfield, Wis. Stauffachbr, Irene Monroe, Wis. Syth, Alberta Greenwood. Wis. Tbnley, Mary Louise Wabeno, Wis. Torbenson, Charles Stevens Point, Wis. Schoff, Anna Plainfield. Wis. Solsrud, Ruth Tony, Wis. Stone, Kathleen Wittenberg. Wis. Szymanski, Frank Marathon, Wis. Testin, Marguerite Waupaca, Wis. Torkelson, Margaret Merrill, Wis. Pag 3 Totszkk, Albert Edgar. Wis. Tylk, Helen Mosincc, Wis. Vaughn, Donald Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Verrill, John Stevens Point, Wis. Walch, James Manawa, Wis. Werth, Arlie Wittenberg, Wis. Twamley, Elva Stevens Point, Wis. Ullman, Mary Ncccdah, Wis. Veeder, Alberta Friendship, Wis. Walker, Joanna Wautoma, Wis. Warzinik, Genevieve Merrill, Wis. Westfahl, Ervin Eland. Wis. 32Whipple, Inman Stevens Point, Wis. Winch, Samuel Marshfield, Wis. Will, Ruth Marquette, Wis. WoRSENCROFT, PlIILIP Thorp, Wis. CLASS OFFICERS President..............................Bjorn Christenson Vice-President...........................Harold Dregne Secretary..............................Jean Redemann Treasurer....................................James McGuire Among the outstanding seniors on our campus have been . . . those all-conference basketball players—Rinka and Johnston . . . pigskin pushers—Charticr, Olsen, McGuire, Bucholz, Rathke . . . another Cunningham, Christianson . . . behind the scenes in college theater—Becker, Vcrrill, McDonald . . . Mardi Gras—crown prince Dregne and his adorable princess Florence Mastey . . . mouthpieces on Mr. Burroughs debate teams—Bcntz, Becker, Gikling, Verrill and Redemann . . . Pointer pencil pushers—Ketterl, Larson, and Dregne . . . band— Stokowski" Abrahamson, and president Cartmill ... in the boxing ring—Coach Whipple, Cook and 'power-house" Torbenson . . . Ruralitcs—Papa Ehle and his henchman, Bartels. . . . P l 33The Misses Neuberger and Hanson enjoy the 1937 summer school picnic . . . our excellent health service . . . Mr. and Mrs. Hycr . . . Tolo (Oh! Mabel!) . . . Burroughs speaks at Phi Sig rushing party . . . another summer school picnic group—Herrick, Lyncss, Evans, Reppen, Matravers and daughter . . . P )4Our Training School Superintendent enjoys a Summer School picnic . . . Burroughs and Smith talkie over . . . T. A. Rogers inspects his stock room . . . Prof. Thompson . . . what student hasn't been accused of this? . . . Prof. Schmcklc lectures on the conservation of flowers and trccs-cz, the birds and the bees-cz . . . Watson puts a bead on him . . . Faust at a tenderer age . . . Prof. Rightscll all set to run 'em down, tire ’em out—then shoot 'em . . . P P 35Atkins, Bernice Bchnkc, Ruth Bclongia, Eugene Bleck, Lucille Bourcier, Frances Brunner, Dennis Bruycttc, Esther Burch, Charles Cady, Roland Christensen, Hans Clark, Dorothy Clements, William Cowles, Gordon Cress, Samuel Dix, Irene Dolansky, Celia Doncrmcycr, Eva D°pp, Elizabeth °°PP, Jean Dumblcton, Phillip Dumblcton, Ross Fisher, Hazel Gr vc, Gladys Hafncr, Geraldine Hanson, John Hit2kc. Franklin Hodd|. Raymond Hoffman, GraceHouch, Charles Hume, Vera Jaaska, Thomas Jacobson, Norman Jindrick, Arnold Johnson,Jane Johnson, Ruth Johnson, Wavnc King, Cornelia King, Marcella Kobs, Delos Kochi, William Kohls, Charles Koshollck, Joe Kratz, Margaret Krembs, Gerhard A. Lang, Leo Larson, Jack The Business Manager Laszewski, Daniel Lc Roux, Warren Lietz, Edwin Light body, Edward Mailer, Jean Marx, Eileen McAllen, Gordon Meyer, Ted Michaels, Earl P i 37Mocschlcr, Leonard Mullarkcy, Dorothy Ncisus, Joe Ncwhousc, Arietta Oleson, La Norc Olingy, La Verne Olingy, Harrison Olson, Gundella Peden, Lois Gene Ottem, Ruby Parfrey, Fredrick Olson, Don Pederson, Lynndred Pennington, Otis Peterson, Roberta Posluszny, Anthony Reiman, Mac Rockefeller, Calvin Runkcl, Phil Sachtjen, Robert Schclcsncr, Ole Schrank, Joan Schultz, Marcella Schvvahn, Betty The Editor Shcaricr, Earl Stapcl, Arthur Storandt, Kenneth P l 3 8Stropc, Douglas Sturm, Mary Thciscn, Elcanorc Van Gilder, Ledah Vcnnic, Roberr Wachtl, Marion Wake, Barbara Warbclton, Marccllinc Webster, Zilphia Weiler, June Weingartner, Raymond Winarski, Jeanette Wohlfcrt, Celia President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer CLASS OFFICERS ....................Charles Kohls ................Zilphia Webster ....................Jane Johnson ....................Jean Mailer Juniors, juniors . . . wherever there's activity around the campus you'll find juniors . . . crashing through the line in football—Hitzke, Burch, Houck, and Larson . . . before the foot-lights in college theater—Parfrey and Lois Gene Peden ... in the ring —Michaels . . . horn tooters—Parfrey, Schwingle, Storandt, Jindrick . . . that hardworking Iris crew—Schwingle, Storandt, Meyer, Haferbecker, Photographer Vennie and business manager Laske ... a photographer and an Einstein—Roland Cady . . . political spell-binder—Lightbody . . . Old King Kohls who reigns over the Junior Prom . . . silver-tongued elocutioners—Laske and Haferbecker . . . Antony and Cleopatra—Krembs and Webster . . . Psff 3 9a k TOP PICTURE Third Row—A. McCormick, E. Jurczak, H. Hcnningcr, P. Kendall, H. Yach, O. Schillingcr, J. Dunn, D. Spindler, W. Lucas, N. Brown, R. Bernstein. Second Rou'—E. DcHorn, L. DeWar, R. Bogcr, R. Wiersig, R. Baker, F. Wright, G. Quandt, F. Metcalfe, G. Zimmer. J. Johnson. L. Smith. First Rear—M. Flynn, R. Solsrud, F. Smith, M. Prcvillc, E. Yetter, V. Radkc, D. Gunderson, E. Hill, E. Torkclson, E. Einfclt, E. Stoltcnbcrg, M. Olson BOTTOM PICTURE Third Row—G. Haferbcckcr, J. Anderson, L. Taylor, B. Kordus, J. Bloom, R. Bishop, C. Sprague Second Rou- -Alberta Svth, M. Testin, M. Marshall, M. Wind. M. Randall, L. Johnson, V. Luchtcrhand, R. Nelson, L. Holman U. Knutson First Row—S. Palukas, D. Burrows, B. Christianson. L. Simonds, A. Hickey, R. Ostenson, J. Thompon, H. Schcel, J. Ficrik, H. Gauer CLASS OFFICERS President . Granville Zimmer Vice-President Ann Mainland Secretary . Evelyn Schwingel Treasurer Henry Warner Pa t 40There arc many interesting individuals featured in the sophomore class ... in every field of activity . . . outstanding athletes—“Hank" Warner, class officer, the Bohan-Duecker duo, who date sisters, Bernstein, a "steady" man, Ed. Slotvvinski, Belongia, Brunner, Loewccke, Nimz, Rusch, and Bishop ... in football and basketball . . . in the ring—Young and Felix . . . "tops" on ice—-Jerry Dunn and Ed Durand . . . that spirited amazon—“Zoddie" Malcsevitch . . . that glorious dish—Florence Mastey, the queen of Mardi Gras . . . the Paderewski of the Girl's Glee Club, Ula Mae . . . master orators—Ophoven and Kordus . . . Iris plodders—La Rue Smith, Van Natta, Young "Swing," Bloom, C. Phillip, and (Schwinger s best girl) Ruth Solsrud, the trio of Ruchti, Glennon, and Rogers . . . outstanding students,—Dearborn Spindler, the assistant editor of the "Pointer" . . . Samson and Delilah, Fe and Rook . . . the lovely contralto voice of Ethel Hill . . . "Stonewall" Sprague, photographer and good fellow . . . behind the scenes of college theater—Ethel Buchholz, La Rue Smith, Joes Bloom and Ophoven, Janette Van Natta . . . class president, Granville Zimmer. . . . Fourth Rou•—G. Lawrence, B. Yulga, F. Kicdrowski, T. Pionkoski, F. Morcncy, V. Luther, D. Lloyd, E. Johnson, I. Schulist, I. Forbes, E. Breeden, B. Wake Third Row—A. Rodcncal, Z. Malcscvich, D. Ciscsky, Z. Lawric, M. Paskcy, J. Ellingson, G. Ok ray, M. Davcl, F. Mastey, E. Buchholz, L. Gchrkc, C. Sandmirc, V. Davidson Second Row—E. Tctzlcr, C. Williams, E. Schwingcl, A. Icnscn, B. Klosinski, L. Ducschcr, E. Sonncnbcrg, J. Van Natta, H. Moore, H. Thornton, R. Church, R. Robison, A. Mainland Pint Rou—L. Trowbridge, W. Purcell, E. Florence, R. Gray, M. Kirschling, B. King Pay 41CLASS OFFICERS President.................................................Jim Beals Vice-President...................................Betty Smith Secretary-Treasurer...............................Bill Mailer ThnJ Reir—J. Johnson, C. Grambsch, G. Dorsha, L. Miner, R. Wcpking, R- Marggi, R. Nixon, W. Doolittle, W. Burquest, B. Eibergen, B. O'Reilly, D. Ahrahamson Steend Rew—M. Kufal, R. Baker, H. Johnson, W. Cuff, E. Coey, E. Atkins, K. Pichl, M. Adams, D. Brown, D. Tuszka, G. Cashin, J. Pfiffner, B. Reading Ftrii Reu— R. Burkman, F. Ethels, L. Kluck. E. Rose, M. Berdan, K. Wolf, M. Anderson, M. Pipe. R. Caulcy, G. Anderson, W. Hoops, E. Wachholz Third Reu—E. Bossier, B. Larson, R. Disher, B. Miller, B. Mailer, W. Bretzkc. J. Haka, J. Livingston, A. Manchcski, T. Classen. M. Greene, H. King, L. Van Dyke Steend Ren—M. Pastcrnacki, M. Kujawa, J. Perry, M. Carmody, B. Martens, L. Sorenson, R. Rathke, G. Bchr, M. Lochner, E. Hannon, G. Winarski, E. Kohler Fin Reu—J. Newbv, Z. Beggs. M. Bccher, M. Burger, A. Combs, L. Sanders, B. Dawes, F. Malsheski, M. Guyant, M. Grant, E. Schneider, L. Brown, L. Brandt Stcend Reu—L. Rath, D. Du Four, F. Sicbcrt, G. Jorgens, N. Peterson First Reu—G. Goderstad, H. Mundt, B. GerdesJ. Kohl, C. WichmanThe green little shoots of frcshies showed promise this year . . . class president, Jim Beales . . . “Miss Swing-Time,'' the likeable young cheer-leader who started every function with a dash of pep, better known as Myrtle Nuck or "Butch" . . . Margaret Becker, who promises to follow in her sister's footsteps as an excellent student and debater . . . charming queen of the Senior Ball, Eva Rac Hanson . . . Roman Baker wielding a mean slug in the ring . . . lovely Eyleene Atkins, a prima donna in her own right . . . John Pfiffner, popular student and talented artist who left us after the first semester . . . also is Marvin Fryer a promising artist . . . Eileen Rose, right foot forward in speech and debate . . . pals and brilliant students, Nancy Steiner and Betty Warren . . . that Green Bay horn-tooter, Marguerite Adams . . . promising Sophomores of next year include George Cashin, Bill Mailer and Cora Mac, Dorothy Larson, Marge Jacobs, Kathleen Wolf, LaRae and Carmelita . . . remember, the green is worn off and next year there’ll be new shoots. . . . Third Row—W. Hale, J. Taylor, J. Vincent, A. Skalski, O. Matckc, D. Hansen, D. Nelson, D. Licerski, V. Hcnrichs, J. Pobicckc, C. King, E. Kczcske Suomi Row—M. Nuck, M. Bowcrsock, M. Fryer, K. Bowcrsock, L. Wanca, E. Schucttpclz, V. Haack, D. Sodcrberg, L. Hanson, E. Hint . E. Wrzinski, V. Gcrickc First Krueger, L. Church, V. Lund, B. Kranski, G. Zakrzcski, J. Holman, P. Richards, M. Jacobs, C. Anderson, M. Brchm, H. Hotvcdt, R. Kirsling, D. Luck Third Row—B. Brubakkcn, A. Szymanski, H. Hryniewicki, E. Raab, A. Zaskc, H. Mews, A. Sell, H. Schiclkc, G. Hierl, J. Beals, R. Rozcllc, R. McManncrs. L. Jakcl Suond Row—J. Sullivan, R. Albert, K. Kubisiak, D. Anderson, R. Frank, W. Skinner, M. Davies, B. Smith, C. Wirkus, L. Winch, A. Zimmerman, B. Johnson, C. Bcrcndsen, K. Mozuch, K. Ciula Fint Rou—P. McCorklc, A. Bergstrom, A. Hclkc, D. Larson, E. Hanson, N. Steiner, B. Warren, J. Thornbcrry, N. Ferguson, F. Kaplun, L. Donermeycr, L. Wilkins, J. McFetridgc Pay 43Left to Right Girls operetta . . . Grammar Round Tabic Homecoming float . . . more operetta . . . "Barb" Wake draws a bow string over . . . Michaels and Johnson . . . and at Bill Knox . . . a few Dormites hang on the "feed bag" . . . Rural Life holds a party . . . Page 44SNOISIAIQ fivuvj t tut $Primary Division Aim of the Primary Division ... to provide adequate training for the teaching of children . . . four year curriculum . . . offering Bachelor of Education degree . . . ably directed by Miss Susan E. Colman . . . favorite . . . students from other divisions congregate in her office to win her friendship and seek advice . . . Primary Division rose to new heights in '38 . . . joined a national primary organization . . . Association for Childhood Education . . . this association exerts a definite influence upon professional development of teachers . . . upon attitude of public toward young children . . . upon the welfare of children themselves . . . Student teacher takes practice in one semester . . . previously students did practice-teaching for a whole year . . . new arrangement enables the teacher to come in closer contact with the children and to plan a half day's program . . . practice teaching, thus, becomes more related to her professional teaching . . . each girl enrolled in the Primary Division becomes a member of the Primary Council . . . officers elected in the fall for ensuing year . . . following arc officers for 1937-38 . . . President.....................................Joanna Walker Vice-President..............................Irene Stauffacher Secretary.....................................Edna Earl Treasurer..................................Gladys Malinovsky P p46TOP PICTURE Third Row G. Pagcnkoff, D. Duccker, R. Firnstahl, L. G. Pcdcn, G. Malinovsky, L. R. Winch Stcond Row— M. Daval, E. DcHorn, I. Dix, M. Wachtl, I. StaufTachcr, B. Richards First Rw -S. Mainland, H. Bcidlman, L. Bleck, B. Schwahn, B. Atkins, E. Atkins BOTTOM PICTURE Third Row—C. Louehrcn, M. Warblcton, E. Earl, M. Marshall, D. Butler, M. Reiman Suond Row B. Bader. D. Gilbertson, M. Jacobs, M. Berden, V. Bchnke, G. Melchior, G. Olsen First Row-R. Will, E. Kushman. Miss Colman, C. Wirkus. E. Dopp, J. Walker 47Grammar Division OFFICERS President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . Emily Peterson Dorothy J. Cook Florence Smith Grammar Division . . . offers four year course . . . Bachelor of Education degree . . . for intermediate and junior high school work . . . two and three year courses abandoned . . . better trained teachers, desire and aim . . . Round Table . . . Grammar Division's social and professional club . . . established in 1918 . . . monthly meetings . . . lectures, discussions, entertainments . . . attractive-float, Miss Victory, awarded second prize in Homecoming parade . . . Mr. Charles F. Watson, director . . . designed new course of study . . . allows for specialization and active participation . . . Third Row—G. Christensen, I. Floctcr, H. Preston, E. Ruchti, E. Marx, S. Palukas, M. Wind Second Row—,J. Hyland, L. Johnson, F. Smith, H. Feller, E. Breeden, G. Okrav, E. Bruvctte First Row—I. Whipple, D. J. Cook, E. Peterson, Mr. Watson, M. Cram, B. fakc, B. McManncrs Members not on picture—C. Dolansky. E. R. Hanson, B. Johnson, J. Johnson, W. Johnson, M. Kilroc, E. Lee, Z. Louric, D. Luck, T. Meyer, L. Sargent, L. Taylor Page 4$Third Rou—M. Lockncr. D. Lloyd, E. Stolicnbcrg, E. Emfcldt, C. Berendsen, E. Theisen Second R»u■ E. Ruppcl, G. Harris, E. Lightbody, G. Winarski, G. Ciscskv, D. Nelson Fim Rou- B. Vennic. B. Yulga, D. Laszewski, R. Kreilkamp, L. Schwingcl Includes those students taking four year courses in secondary education . . . four semesters of liberal arts training taken in freshman and sophomore years . . . followed by two years of training in the field of education . . . also offers advanced study in elective majors and minors . . . E. T. Smith, director of this division . . . Extra curricular activities emphasized ... to develop skill in conduct of school projects ... to test out qualities of leadership . . . OFFICERS President .... Bjorn Christenson Secretary-Treasurer . . Harold Dregne P l 49 High School DivisionForum presented school with a portrait this year . . . of Judge Parks, eminent local jurist . . . influential in bringing State Teachers' College to Stevens Point . . . Trend has been toward establishment of university standards . . . 1938 first B.S. degrees given at Central State ... to all graduates of four year secondary education courses . . . marks an advance in standing of state teachers' colleges . . . TOP PICTURE Third Rou N. Jacobson, H. Yach. B. Christenson. J. Livingston, F. Kaplun. J. Perry. N. Benson. E. Florence, H. Drcgnc Second Row—M. Meverdcn, L. McGinlev, M. Davies. B. Warren, N. Steiner, M. Ruchti, V. Henrichs, G. Quandt Ftnt Ren-—J. Bloom, F. Parfrey. J. Krembs, Z. Webster, B. Smith, E. Sonncnbcrg. R. Bishop, G. Haferbccker, E. Michaels BOTTOM PICTURE Third Rou—J. Ophovcn, K. Storandt, J. Schrank, R. Bchnkc, L. Olcson, C. Wohlfcrt, C. Sandmirc, C. Sprague Second Rou— C. Brunner, I. Steiner. L. Amundson, H. Thornton, H. Moore, F. Morency, E. Hill Fine Rou— W. McDonald, D. Spindlcr, H. Dent, I. Schulist, L. Gchrkc, R. Johnson, R. Ottcm P-grJORural-State Graded Division OFFICERS First Semest r William Clements . . President Margaret Torkelson . Vice-President Alva Jones . . Secretary Florence Mastby . Treasurer Second Semester . Marshall Ehle Kbnnbth Bartels Ellen Anderson Junior Risman TOP PICTURE Third Rem-—M. Carmody, M. Pipe, F. Szvmanski, E. Basslcr, B. Kranski, R. Marggi, R. Campbell Stroud Row—C. Wichman.J. McFctridgc, H. Hurd, V. Davidson, M. Anderson, L. Holman Firjt Row—L. Wilkins, R. Albert, M. Guyant, R. joubcrc, K. Stone, D. Cook, M. Marshall BOTTOM PICTURE Third Rote— B. Martens, E. Kczcskc, O. Matckc, G. Cowles, M. Kirschling, W. Hoops, E. Schucttpelz Second Rote— M. Lukas, E. Anderson, J. Newby, E. Hint , D. Peterson, D. Ciseskv Fine Row—L. Sorenson, D. Brown, Z. Bcggs, B. Klosinski, R. Cauley, Mr. NealeTWRaw—G. Hinti.J. Luxem. R. Mayer. W. Wheeler, H. Bor him, A. Speech. M Schmidt. A Mamas SnnJ Raw—O. Sc he I tort. A. Scboff. Miss Hanru. M Altenbetrcr. H Hotvcdt. K. Ciisla. R Kittling, W. Hale fttn Rasr— L. Lang. D Harrell, E. Butkr, M. Bowcriock, A. Helke. E. Wrnntki, R Jolwg. A. Werth Rural State Graded Division . . . offers a two and four year curriculum . . . stare graded, village schools, supervisory, administrative positions in rural field . . . Oscar W. Neale, director of the course since 1915 • • • Miss May Roach and Miss Mary Hanna complete the faculty of this division . . . The Orthman Demonstration School, college campus . . . where students obtain one half of their practical training, under the guidance of Miss Bessie La Vignc . . . Rural Life Club . . . official club of the division . . . interesting programs, book review, moving pictures of Mexico, talks, parties . . . features of past social year . . . splendid concert presented by the East Moundvillc band—directed by Kenneth Bartels of C. S. T. C. . . . boasts fine choir, led by Miss Margaret Torkclson . . . TOP PICTURE TW fc -E. Beloogia. E. Twaalcv, L Want . V. Lund, L. Wmu, I Sullivan. R. Ottcntoo. M. Randall. G. Anderson. M. Kilhanc, W. Knox d«c d Ran—W. Rathke, E. Deck, K. Bartels, M. Ehle, W. Clements, O Burrows, R. Knutson, D. Anderson, C Kilbane, E. Tetaler hfu Rasr— L Drobneck, V. Haack, L Hanson, M. Brehm. E. Laing, A. Syth, K. Kubctiak, L. Jakcl, A. Rodencal. M. Neale BOTTOM PICTURE Uwi Raw-J Ritswn. M Toekelsoo. D. Hanson. B Christianson. R Hctxel. O Schillioger. M. Teatin.J. Kohl. R Sotsrod. V. Luther. H. Christiansen StttmJ Raw—G. Voelx. R Frank, E- Jorcaak, F. Mattey. E Buchholz. V, Lixh ter hand, V. Radke, E. Jones. L. Charles, H. Muodt. D Bercshaken fnu Raw—L Sanders, L. Brown, M. Grant. K. Porter. M. Flynn. F. Malshetki. R. Gray, V. Choinaeki. R. Wepkiog, Mis. Roach Pn «ORGANIZATIONSThnJ Rau'—R. Abrahamson. P. Gilding, J. DopD. R. Murphy. K. Bcchcr SttenJ Rou -T. Faucctce. I. Akins. G. Morgan. R. Smith First R ir G. Connor, Mr. Burroughs, Miss Colman, Mr. Knutzcn, D. Mullarkcv President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Historian . Sigma Tau Delta OFFICERS . Gene Connor . Alice Bentz Kathryn Becker Rita Murphy Mr. Burroughs The Psi Beta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, national honorary English fraternity . . . established at C. S. T. C. in 1930 . . . degrees of membership based upon scholastic rating and the publication of original material . . . main aims to promote the mastery of written expression ... to advance the study of the chief literary masterpieces ... to encourage worthwhile reading ... to increase the feeling of comradeship among students specializing in English work . . . initiated original new student publication . . . Flight . . . to C. S. T. C. literary lovers . . . Honorary Members Active Members President Hver Mr. Allcz Mr. Burroughs Miss Colman Miss Davis Miss Hanna Mr. Jenkins Mr. Knutzcn Miss Mason Mr. Smith Ralph Abrahamson Thelma Baicrl Alice Bentz Gene Connor Thomas Faucctt Phyllis Gikling Dorothy Mullarky Rita Murphy Jean Rcdcmann Mary Ullman Jayne Akins Kathryn Becker Alvin Bucholz Jean Dopp Doris George Margaret Miller Grace Morgan Arietta Ncwhousc Ruth Smith Jim Walch Sigma Zeta OFFICERS Master Scientist . Vice-Master Scientist Secretary-Treasurer . Alvin Bucholz Carl Bachman Rita Murphy The Zeta Chapter of Sigma Zeta . . . national honorary science fraternity . . . for science majors and minors . . . established at C. S. T. C. in 1930 . . . Purpose ... to encourage and foster the attainment of a knowledge of the sciences . . . to recognize the attainment of high scholarship among those fitted for membership in this society . . . Active Members Honorary Members Miss Allen Miss Jones Miss Horcon Miss Mcston Miss Wilson Mr. Evans Mr. Faust Mr. Pierce Mr. Rightscll Mr. Rogers Mr. Thompson Mr. Watson Sylvia Anderson Alvin Bucholz Gene Connor Harold Dregnc Bill Larson Rita Murphy Roland Cady Gordon Cowles John Hanson Ted Kcttcrl Eileen Marx Harrison Olingv John Vcrrill Arlic Wcrth Ted Meyer Carl Bachman Jessie Caskey Harold Dent Charles Hartvig Clifford Malchow William Clements Gladys Grcvc Dorothy Richards Ruth Johnson Gordon McAllen Joe Ncisius Anthony Posluszny Ray Wcingartncr Jeanette Winarski Associate Cornelia King George Lawrence Woodrow Lucas Alton McCormick Charles Masc Marvin Olson Granville Zimmer Third Row—T. Mcvcr, H. Olingy, C. Malchow, G. Cowles, T. Kcttcrl, G. McAllen, G. Lawrence, J. Ncisius, M. Olson StconJ Rou—A. Wcrth, Mr. Faust, J. Connor, R. Johnson, E. Marx, G. Grcvc, H. Dent, A. Bucholz, Mr. Rogers iint R —R. Wcingartncr, A. Posluszny, S. Anderson, Miss Horton, R. Murphy, J. Winarski, R. Cady, W. Clements Psff 55President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Alpha Kappa Rho OFFICERS Margaret Miller George Cartmill Dorothy Richards Kenneth Storandt Active Members Alice Bentz Fred Parfrey Delos Kobs Ula Mac Knutson Marion Marshall Faculty Advisor Mr. Peter J. Michclscn Honorary Members Leslie Hanson of Thorp, Wis. Aaron Mannis of Wis. Rapids, Wis. Faculty Members Mr. George Allcz Mr. Knutzen Patronesses Mrs. F.. T. Smith Mrs. P. J. Michclscn Alpha Kappa Rho's first year of existence . . . purpose is to stimulate interest in music and to develop personalities and leadership among music students . . . only Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors are eligible for membership . . . must have scholastic average of 1.5; be in two or more musical organizations of which one must be instrumental; must have had one year or more of directing . . . final qualification—must pass test given by faculty advisor . . . charter members were Margaret Miller, George Cartmill, Dorothy Richards, Kenneth Storandt, and Fred Parfrey . . . Mr. Michelscn—faculty director . . . members have cooperated in handling clinics, festivals, conventions, and concerts . . . P i »TbirJ Rnt C. Sprague, H. Dent, H. Olingv, W. Knox. W. Hetzel. J. Verrill SttenJ Rtu--R. Bogcr, R. Johnson, J. Fieri I:. E. Shcaricr, H. Hrvnicvvicki, N. Jacobson. K. Bowersock Fint Row J. Schrank, R. Cady, L. Oleson, G. Hicrl, E. Stolccnbcrg, R. Vcnnic First Semester Earl Shearier . Harold Dent . Ethel Stoltenberg Joan Schrank . Mr. T. A. Rogers Photo Club OFFICERS . President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Second Semester . Roland Cady Clifford Sprague Jeanette Fierek Harold Dent Faculty Advisor Photo Club . . . founded 1935 . . . benefits those people interested in various phases of photography . . . members are permitted use of dark room facilities provided for photographer’s work . . . photo contest sponsored each spring . . . individuals aid Iris staff by contributions and other services . . . r v vTOP PICTURE Third Row—M. Snyder, E. Hill, H. Moore. H. Thornton. D. Llovd, C. Sandmirc, E. Einfcldt, E. Torkclson, M. Kuchnasc Second Row—Mils Church, C. Williams. J. Schrank, R. Johnson, F. Morenev. L. Gehrkc, I. Schulist, J. Ellingson Ftnf Row—Miss Mcston, L. Oleson, R. Bchnkc, C. Wohlfcrt, L. Amundson, T. Baierl, L. Simonds, L. Ducschcr, Miss Wilson BOTTOM PICTURE Third Rote—E. Schwingcl, F. Bourcier, E. Bodeen, Miss Allen, G. Doherty, J. Krueger Second Row— M. Roberts, G. Greve, M. Luedtke, M. Graham, M. Burger, A. Mainland First Row— M. Bechcr, E. Marotz, A. Hickey, A. Veeder, M. Miller Home Economics President . OFFICERS Alberta Veeder Vice-President Gladys Greve Secretary-Treasurer . . Ruth Johnson Home Economics Club . . . professional organization ... for students with a major or minor in home economics . . . local club affiliated with both State and National Home-Economics Associations . . . the club is organized each year . . . purpose ... to bring the girls in the field of home economics together in their common interests, whether professional or social . . . majors required to live . . . definite length of time ... in the John Francis Sim's Cottages . . . Pay 5tPep Club President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . Club Advisors Grace Okray Anita Madsen Marcella Schultz Miss Carlsten Miss Richardson Pep Club created in 1936 . . . main function to promote enthusiasm within the student body . . . membership limited . . . dependability and pep, primary requisites . . . meetings held preceding football and basketball games . . . motto—"We will willingly do our best for the Purple and the Gold" . . . "Butch" Nuck . . . peppiest cheer leader in a decade . . . main cog in pep wheel . . . has been known to exercise the thumb technique . . . followed the team to Oshkosh . . . aided Evans' C. S. T. C. band to create pep on this trip . . . good work, Myrtle . . . Among others to strain a weak lung include "Ruthie" Solsrud, La Nore Oleson, "Schultzie,” and "Carrot-top" Soderberg . . . Third Row—J. Wcilcr, I. Dix, B. Richards. R. Campbell, R. Solsrud, M. Carmody, D. Soderberg StconJ Row G Anderson, R. Knutson, M. Warbclton, R. Robison, R. Church, L. Church, L. Sanders First Row—L. Oleson, F. Smith, M. Nuck, G. Okray, M. Schultz Loyola President.....................................Ben Kordus Secretary-Treasurer . . . Eleanors Theisen Loyola Club . . . Catholic students . . . organized in 1916 . . . primary aim . . . to provide a group discussion of religious questions and problems ... to offer an excellent chance of developing social life among its members by group activities . . . Spiritual director, assistant pastor of St. Stephen 's Church ... Father McCarthy . . . has taken much interest in the activity of the club . . . f _ ? ® f 9 f 9;9 "Wi tt s at • - m 5- _ s Z 8 HI ' « ® t A f ' A V r TOP PICTURE ' Third Rote—E. Jurczak, E. Thciscn, M. King, C. Bcrcndscn, H. Preston, K. Ciula, D. Sodcrbcrg. E. Dcnk Stcor.J Rote— R. Gray, R. Campbell, C. Wirkus, F. Morcncv, Miss Hanna, M. Flvnn, L. McGinlcy First Rote—E. Light body, J. Weiler, H. Tvlk, F. Mastcy, Miss LaVigne, M. Kufcl BOTTOM PICTURE Third Rw—J. Anderson, M. Kilbanc, E. Hint , K. Kubisiak, R. Kirsling, M. Carmody, L. Lang Snond R«m—L. Taylor, C. Dolansky, D. Ciscsky, C. Kilbanc, M. Pasternacki, Miss Roach First Rou— B. Kordus, Father McCarthy, R. Hetzel, F. Malsheski, E. Lietz Pay 60Third Rnr— L. Sanders, I. Floctcr. L. Van Gilder, L. Holman, R. Joubert, V. Schnick Stcend R«u—J. MeFetridge. G. Christenson, J. Livingston, Mrs. Finch, D. Ducckcr First R u—L. Oleson. G. Greve, H. Dopp, R. Bchnke, K. Stone President . Y. W. C A. . Doris Duecker Secretary-Treasurer . Ledah Van Gilder . Jean Dopp Reporter ■ Ruth Smith Advisors . V . Mrs. Finch Miss Jones Y. W. C. A. . . . members of Northern Wisconsin-Minnesota Area of the Geneva Region . . . welcomes all girls . . . interested in fellowship . . . social welfare . . . religious meetings . . . Bible studies . . . hobbies . . . tournaments . . . upholds religious thinking . , . StconJ "E” Torkelson, "El" Torkclson, R. Fernstahl, M. Davies. V. Gcrickc Firjr R k—J. Dopp, E. Bruycttc, G. Morgan, R. Smith P‘t,‘ 61Left to Right: Tables arc filled at the Phi Sig Valentine Party . . . Krcilkamp and Winch both in a clinch . . . ah! . . . three smiles . . . you’re so wonderful . . . Not a word, Bergen, not a word . . . playing pig . . . 62SrconJ Row—P. Gilding, J. Walch, A. Ducholz, E. McDonald Firji Row P. Glcnnon, R. Abrahamson, C. Torbcnscn, D. Mullarkcy Pan-Hellenic Council First Semester Second Semester Phylis Gikling . . . President . . . Ethel McDonald Charles Torbensen . Secretary . Ralph Abrahamson Pan-Hellenic Council . . . composed of president and one other representative from each one of Greek organizations . . . acts as a central governing agency for interfraternity and sorority problems . . . primary purpose to promote cooperation . . . settles difficulties . . . sets dates for rushing and pledging . . . formulates rules to control social groups . . . tops off pledging with Pan-Hellenic Dance for Greeks and guests . . . PERSONNEL First Semester Jean Rcdcmann Phylis Gikling Ethel McDonald Dorothy Mullarky William Larson Charles Torbcnscn Don Olson Second Semester Ralph Abrahamson Peggy Glcnnon Jean Rcdcmann Ethel McDonald Dorothy Mullarky Al. Bucholz James Walch Pap 6 3Sixth R u—J. Vincent, G. Zimmer. P. Rusch, H. Warner, W. Lucas Fifth Row—R. Wicrsig, H. Dent, C. Brunner, E. Duggan Fourth Row—H. Olingy, N. Brown, T. Kcttcrl, J. Walch, C. Masc Thnd Rou J. Ducckcr, A. Bucholz, F. Hitzkc, R. Weingartner Stcond Roh'— W. Radtke, A. Staples, F. Bohan, J. Vcrrill. B. Cashin First Row F. Weingartner, J. Beals, J. Caskey, G. Cowles, D. Spindlcr, D. Brunner Membtn not on future M. Skinner. R. Larson. W. Larson, j. McGuire, G. Lawrcncc.'H. Olingy, C. Rinka. W. Lc Roux, J. Taylor hirst Semester Bill Larson . Jim Duecker Jesse Caskey . Ray Weingartner Chi Delta Rho OFFICERS . President Secretary Treasurer Greek Council Second Semester . Alvin Bucholz . Bill Cashin . Woodrow Lucas . James Walch Faculty Members—Mr. R. M. Rightscll, Mr. G. C. Allez, Mr. N. E. Knutzen. Alpha chapter of Chi Delta Rho . . . organized at C. S. T. C. in 1931 . . • high standards of scholarship . . . good fellowship . . . participation in college activities . . . supply leaders in athletics, publications, forensics and others . . . three chapters in Wisconsin . . . moved into new "frat" house on Normal Avenue . . . Chi Delta Rho Student Honor Cup donated to school in 1931 ... for highest excellence in scholarship . . . Pu t 64' Spin'' and "Ted" dope our the Pointer . . . Bucholz challenges all comers ... Doctor Marrs and Dean Steiner . . . soup’s on . . . restful walking . . . "Feet" Brunner . . . Duggan poses in his study . . . steaks at Archie’s . . .Third Row—E. Bodccn, M. Kratz, M. Jacobs, K. Pichl, M. Ruchti, M. Davies SttonJ Row—A. Benez, Z. Webster, E. Hanson, B. Smith, A. Madsen. C. Anderson Finr Rou -P. Glcnnon, J. Redeman.'B. Schwan, E. Schwingcl, N. Steiner, G. Mclehoir AAtmhtrt not on fntnrt—M. Rogers, D. Larson, J. Walker, G. Connor, G. Malinovsky, E. Ruchti, T. Baicrl, A. Veeder, P. Gikling, L. Dcuschcr Omega Mu Chi Second Semester J. Redemann M. Rogers L. Bleck P. Glennon Faculty Advisor—Miss Edna Carlstcn. Honorary Members—Mrs. H. Tolo, Mrs. E. A. Schwahn. First Semester OFFICERS P. Gikling .... President B. Schwahn .... Secretary . G. Connor .... Treasurer J. Redemann . . Greek Council A leading social organization . . . tries to promote friendliness and cooperation . . . various social functions sponsored . . . teas, dinners, and dances . . . members prominent in wide range of school activities . . . inaugurated a new scholastic award this year . . . jeweled, gold pin worn each semester by Omega pledge having the highest scholastic average . . . Dorothy Larson first to wear the pin. . . Pan 66Marg . . . Jean and Phyllis . . . open your eyes, Gikling . . . Blcck and Redemann ... ahoy! . . . double sweet . . . the Colbert technique... young Schwingcl . . . no! for once Jerry wasn’t around . . . Pledges . . . such popularity is so temporary . . . PledgesFifth Rou —C. Torbenson, J. Bloom, C. Kohls, G. Eylcr, R. Kreilkamp Fourth Row—M. Olson, D. Abrahamson, N. Jacobson, E. Durand, R. Bishop, C. Sturm, B. Lasch-kewitsch Third Row—I. Whipple, M. Fryer, E. Michaels, R. Hodcll, R. Baker, R. Abrahamson, F. Parfrey Second Row—K. Storandt, H. Dregne, P. Christenson, E. Krcilkamp, J. Krembs, P. Joy Fiat Row—C. Burch, J. Dunn, L. Schwingcl, P. Thorson Membra not on picture—G. Cartmill, J. Felix, J. Hannon, R. Lasch kewitsch, T. Meyer, G. Hafer-becker, D. Olson, R. PfifTner, C. Swanson, D. Young, W. Miller, R. Baker, P. Kennedy, T. Brctzkc Phi Sigma Epsilon First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester Charles Torbenson President Robert Kreilkamp George Cartmill . Secretary . . Donald Olson Edward Kreilkamp . Treasurer . . Inman Whipple Donald Olson . . Greek Council . Ralph Abrahamson Faculty Advisor—Mr, F. J. Schmecckle. Honorary Members—Coach E. L. Kotal, Dr. Wilbur Glover, Mr. Price George, Mr. L. M. Burroughs. Old, established fraternity . . . member of national organization . . . high scholastic standards . . . prominent in extra-curricular activities . . . especially forensics, boxing, and band . . . Torbenson and R. Kreilkamp represented Kappa chapter at Kansas City, Mo. convention this year . . . new award for scholarship and leadership started this year . . . senior man selected by faculty committee to have name engraved on cup . . . Page 68Our little “Daisy Wonder" Storandt. . . Meyer catches calories . . . Freddie . . . Abe again . . . a likely looking mess . . . that Storandt boy . . . our newest honorary member . . . Prc-Homccoming Dance, Hotel Whiting . . . Hell Week! . . . Poison! . . . one and one-half Tor-benson steps out . . . Hotel Linker, La CrosseFifth Row—E. Rose, U. Knutzcn, M. Prcvillc, A. Mainland. K. Houc Fourth Row— L. Winch, M. Gleason, M. Miller, E. Buchholz, I). MuTlarkcy Third Rou'— M. Guram, J. Ficrck, C. Wirkus, R. Bchnkc, F. Masccy Second Row—G. Greves, J. Johnson, J. Mailer, C. Williams, B. Richards Fmt Row— I. Forbes, E. Breeden, E. McDonald, E. Theisen, G. Warzinik Members not on ficturt—1. Dix, D. Richards, S. Mainland Tau Gamma Beta First Semester D. Mullarkey E. Theisen M. Miller . E. McDonald . OFFICERS President . Secretary . Treasurer Greek Council Second Semester E. McDonald A. Mainland . M. Miller D. Mullarkey Faculty Advisor—Miss Jones. Honorary Members—Miss Mildred Davis, Miss Beatrice Richardson. Now in twenty-ninth year . . . founded in 1909 . . . sponsored many social functions . . . invited girls and faculty women to fall tea . . . informal dancing parties . . . sisterhood an aim of the sorority . . . democracy emphasized . . . new student loan fund begun by Tau Gamma Beta this year . . . outstanding for music, forensics, dramatics, athletics . . . Pali 70Tau Gam Tea . . . two old maids arc we (how about those '‘specs' )... so nice too ... the younger Mainland . . . shall we pose? (incidentally, that's Buchholz in the foreground) . . . Miller ... Oh! Betty ... Rose and Theisen . . . Mac . . . Knutzen and Richards . . . Forensics Another successful debate season . . . coached by Mr. Leland Burroughs . . . members gained much valuable training and experience . . . participants were: Gordon Hafcr-beckcr, Ben Laschkcwitsch, John Verrill, Joe Ophovcn, Kathryn and Margaret Becker, Alice Bentz, and Jean Rcdcmann . . . season opened in December with Laschkcwitsch and Verrill travelling south . . . met Marquette, Loyola, and DcPaul ... on January eighth, C. S. T. C. was host for a state tournament . . . Eau Claire, Oshkosh, La Crosse and River Falls represented . . . cup awarded to school winning highest percentage of debates . . . Central State, the winner . . . won 90 per cent of debates . . . later in January, four teams entered tournev at Eau Claire . . . Stevens Point tied for first place in B section . . . Haferbecker ana Laschkcwitsch participated in Red River Valley Meet at Fargo, North Dakota, February fifth, sixth, and seventh . . . won over half of their debates . . . climax of season . . . Midwest Tournament at St. Paul, the eight, ninth, and tenth of March . . . four teams took parr . . . two boys teams each won four out of six debates . . . altogether the debate squad participated in approximately one hundred and twenty-five debates in the entire season . . . Pap 72Left to Right: B. Kordus, B. Laschkewitsch, M. Bcchcr J. Ophovcn, A. Bcntz, G. Hafcrbcckcr K. Bcchcr, J. Rcdcman, J. Vcrrill P t 73Third Ron— E. Hill, R. Solsrud, G. Pagcnkoff, N. Steinberg, D. Soderberg, J. Weiler, H. Feller, M. Torkelson. E. Torkclson, M. Carmody, L. Amundson, J. Dopp, M. Adams SuonJ Row B. Atkins, A. Rodcncal, B. Wake, E. Kushman, A. Mainland, E. Buchholz, J. Mailer, R. Will, M. Reiman, E. Marx, I. Stauffachcr, A. Madsen, A. Ncwhousc Fmi Rou—E. Atkins, J. Van Natta, S. Mainland, D. Cook, A. Goctsch, L. Brandt, R. Rathke, E. Dc Horn, R. Knutzen, C. Wolfcrt, F. Smith, D. Anderson. U. Knutson, accompanist Memberi nor on picrnrt—L. Blcck. E. Theisen, R. Ottem, R. Bchnke, J. Winarski, C. Wirkois, L. R. Winch, A. Bentz Girls' Glee Club . . . organized six years ago . . . directed by Professor Peter J. Michelson . . . marks first year that two groups have been necessitated . . . original group composed of sixty members . . . chosen concert group of twenty-five girls . . . invited to participate at many school and civic functions . . . makes striking and impressive appearance in formal attire. . . . Outstanding performances for the year . . . annual Christmas Concert, in which all musical organizations participated, featuring soloists Eylccne Atkins and Ethel Hill . . . February 9 ... a one-act musical farce . . . well-characterized and cleverly presented . . . spring concert. . . . Director . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Student Directors Librarians . Jean Pianist Peter J. Michelson Margaret Torkelson Lucille Bleck . Jean Dopp Jean Redemann Alice Bentz, Margaret Torkelson Mailer, Margaret Adams . Ula Mae Knutson P l 74Symphony Orchestra Popular musical organization ... in demand at school functions . . . outstanding performance at annual Christmas concert . . . aided girls' glee club in operetta . . . Alpha Kappa Rho concert . . . formal concert at Shawano . . . added atmosphere to many dramatic performances . . . pleasing music, well received. . . PERSONNEL: Violin Wcnzcll Albrecht Marion Marshall Dorothy Richards Alice Bcntz Gladys Malinovsky Phyllis Gikling Ethel Buchholz Grace Winarski Viola LaVerne Schwingel Cello George Allez Bass Viola Ula Mac Knutson Piano Margaret Miller Flute Frederick Oboe Raymond Rozelle Clarinet Kenneth Storandt Gerald Eyler Bassoon Eylccnc Atkins Comet Arnold Jindrick LaVerne Olingy French Horn Phillip Dakin Eleanor Breeden Trombone Samuel Winch Drums Harold Schecl Tympant Evelyn Schwingel Second Semester Members Russel Fredericks Delos Kobs Mavis Prcvillc John Hanson From Uft torifjbt -G. Allez, E. Atkins, D. Richards, U. Knutson, A. Bcntz, G. Malinovsky, H. Schccl, W. Albrecht, M. Miller, M. Marshall. F. Parfrcy, E. Schwingel, R. Rozelle, E. Breeden, L. Schwingel, G. Eyler, E. Buchholz. P. Dakin, K. Storandt, S. Winch, G. Winarski, L. Olingy, A. Jindrick Page 75T President . Gerald Eyler Librarian................................................Gordon Cowles Business Manager........................................William Larson li Cilee Club's fifth year under Norman L Knutzcn A capable direction no shortage of members number of freshmen insure a successful of Associated Glee ( lubs of America for past three ' WR attended tb.e annual festival of this at Milwaukee . . . won much praise from older musicians present . . . made several trips to surrounding cities at different intervals . . . high-light was trip to Chicagoland Music Festival after a week of training at Hagerman Lake . . . made very good showing . . . one of the finest men s organizations of its kind in the state . . . J £ f ■ V ? ? vf. _ _ • A 9' , t • Ml • y w. V vS,_ x 5, fS I ’ f f 1 H N V. t ; % % % V f » , r TOP PICTURE ThirJ Row O. Matckc, C. Rockefeller, R. Larson, J. Vincent, H. Christensen, J. Ophoven, E. Florence, T. Posluszny, T. Faucctt Suon.1 Row- C. Masc, Mr. Knutzcn, H. Dent, T. Johnson, W. Knox. O. Pennington, R. Bishop, F. Parfrcy. T. Meyer First Rou—G. Zimmer, G. Cowles, A. Stapel, W. Clements, C. Brunner, G. Quandt, S. Groves, W. Hoops BOTTOM PICTURE Third Row—J. Caskey, V. Johnson, E. Wachholz, H. Brady, J. Bloom, N. Brown, R. Frederick Second Row- G. Eyler, W. Larson, W. Rathkc, C. Hartvig, J. Taylor, D. Kobs, G. Cartmill First Row— Mr. Knutzcn, Mr. Faust, W. Le Roux, Mr. Plank, L. Charticr, D. Abrahamson Pay 76Left to Right: Escaped convict, safe at lasr . . . come and gcr it . . . way back when I wore my own fraternity pin . . . Gordy . . . mess hall . . . Sampson Steiner . . . Stambaugh, Mich. . . . our host, Steiner, Knutzen . . . H. Brady and P Hein . . . P 77Concert Band 1938! seventh anniversary of our hand . . . organized in 1931—twenty pieces . . . 1932—forty pieces . . . 1938— sixty pieces . . . directed by one of foremost bandmasters in the state—Mr. Michclscn . . . Band completed fourth annual tour . . . itinerary consisted of Marshfield, Port Edwards, Berlin, Ripon, Plymouth, Kiel, Two Rivers, Green Bay West, Green Bay Reformatory, and Shawano . . . Enjoys one of most complete music libraries in Wisconsin . . . finest of music represented . . . Two clinics sponsored this year . . . tremendous successes . . . band host to Wisconsin Bandmasters Association . . . Michclscn elected 1938 39 President . . . bandmasters express enthusiastic approval of our band . . . Broadcasts every Wednesday... well received ... band willingly serves where pep and enthusiasm arc needed . . . President...................George Cartmill Vicc-Prcsidcnt . . Kenneth Storandt Secretary-Treasurer . . Gerald Eyler Librarians....................Ralph Abrahamson Mae Michaels First Assistant Director . Ralph Abrahamson Second Assistant Director . . Gerald Eyler Drum Major..................Fred Parfrey A!to Clarinet Verna Lucck Alto Saxophone Celia Wohlfert Baritone Dorothy Nelson Bassoons Evlccnc Atkins Neal Brown Baritone Saxophone Warren Lc Roux Bass Clarinet Norman Hinklcy Lawrence McGinlcv Bass Dram Margaret Miller Bants George Cartmill Rolland McManncrs Ed Wacholz Trombones John Hanson Bernice Atkins LaRuc Smith Pag, 78 Loretta Murphy Russell Fredericks Kenneth Thompson Clarinets Kenneth Storandt Gerald Eyler La Verne Schwingc! Ralph Abrahamson Gilbert Faust Israel Mannis William Mailer Lee Rath Adeline Goetsch Christine Bcrcndsen Lorraine Church Jean Holman Comets Arnold Jmdrick La Verne Olingv Victor Lee Delos Kobs Kenneth Bartels Tenor Saxophone Phillip Worscncroft Betty Gleason Timpani Dorothy Richards Euphonium Marguerite Adams French Homs Phillip Dakin William Miller Henry Hyrnicwicki Donald Abrahamson Norman Jacobson Leota Brandt Flutes anJ Pietolos Fred Parfrey Betty Johnson Alice Bentz Grace Zahzeski Oboes Raymond Rozcllc John Steiner String Bass Lila Mac Knutson Snare Drums Harold Schccl John Anderson Xylophone an J Chimes Evelyn SchwingclLift r» Right: Storandt and Eylcr swing through . . . Michaels and Gleason wheeze forth . . . (linkIcy chews a mean reed . . . Mr. Michclscn as our tympanist sees him . . . Mr. Michclscn as the oboe section sees him . .. M. Adams renders ■■Debutante” . . . Percussion section rests as usual . . . “Ted Lewis" Abrahamson "solos” Clarinet Polka .. . Lc Roux honks a low D . . . Trombone section breezes in for its share . . . Flute section listens to Bentz for a change . . . The clarinet section covers Stor-andt's blunders . . . Master Georgic poses for our cameraman . . . More brass! including Miller, Dakin and Sonny Olingy . . .Iris Staff The Iris Staff this year selected no theme . . . we had one aim ... to give you a picture book of life at C. S. T. C. . . . This book is not the work of one or two members of the staff ... it is a staff project . . . our organization was democratic . . . the work was done in small groups . . . staff members were responsible to sub-supervisors . . . sub-supervisors with the editor made up a board of directors . . . Although all the members cooperated loyally, a few members deserve special mention for their efforts . . . Bob Vennie, chief photographer, responsible for many of the fine pictures . . . Jeanette Van Natta, staff secretary, did much of the typing . . . Ted Meyer, layout artist, arranged the many pictures in this book . . . “Gordy" Haferbecker, copy editor, supervised the writeups . . . LaRue Smith, utility man . . . To complete our photo album, the cover is a Florentine design, imitation hand-tooled leather . . . S. K. Smith, of Chicago, supplied these covers . . . the engravers, Jahn and Ollier of Chicago . . . printing, the Badger Printing Company of Appleton . . . PERSONNEL Editor-in-Chicf . Art Director Senior Editors Women's Athletics Departmental Editors Organization Editors Utility Editors Copy Editors . Laverne Schwingel Ted Meyer Margie Rogers Peggy Glennon Eleanor Ruchti Eleanore Theisen Ruby Ottem Eileen Marx La Nore Oleson . Zilphia Webster Jerry Krembs . June Weiler Ruth Solsrud LaRue Smith C. Phillip Thorson Assistant Editors Faculty Editors Men's Athletics Feature Editors Index Editors Forensics Editor Music Editor Photographers . Kenneth Storandt Betty Richards Evelyn Schwingel . . Joe Bloom Ed Durand Don Olson Gordon Haferbecker Barbara Wake Ruth Johnson . Nancy Steiner Margaret Ruchti Joe Ophoven . Fred Parfrey Bob Vennie Clifford Sprague Roland Cady Third Rou — L. Smith, K. Storandt. J. Bloom. B. Richards,.! Van Natta, T. Meyer, B. Vennie, R. Cady, D. Olson Second Row—E. Durand, L. Oleson, M. Rogers, E. Theisen, R. Ottem, E. Marx, R. Solsrud, G. Haferbecker, C. Sprague Fiat Rout—J. Ophoven, E. Schwingel, B. Wake, Z. Webster, P. Thorson, E. Ruchti, P. Glennon, M. Ruchti, F. Parfrey, J. Krembs Pay SOHead photographer Vcnnic (apparently born thirty years too late)... T. A. Rogers, our faculty advisor . . . Schwingcl (editor of this mess and last seen going through Junction City on a dead run) . . . our printer . . . Meyer, the man responsible for our fine layout work . . . Business Manager Ben LaschkewitschStanding, hft tc nght—E. Marx, L. Pcdcn. M. Miller, K. Becher, M. Rogers Sitting, lift re right—D. Spindler, M. Ruchti, T. Kcrtcrl. H. Dregne, I. Suuffachcr, G. Zimmer POINTER: The “Normal Pointer” made its initial appearance in December of 1895 • • • published monthly . . . had more aspects of magazine than of a newspaper . . . edition usually consisted of about ten pages . . . subscription price, fifty cents per annum . . . first editor was Jay S. Hamilton. . . . Many faculty members labored on former Pointer Staffs . . . Alfred J. Herrick—business manager in 1902 . . . “Little Herbie Steiner"—Wit and Humor editor in 1909 • • . (Repertoire yet unchanged) . . . Norman E. Knutzen—Editor-in-Chicf in 1912 . . . (we'd like to see a faculty publication some week) . . . “Ups and downs" in former years . . . publication suspended for months ... in one instance—an entire year (Was that 1912, Mr. Knutzen?) . . . weekly project in 1914 ... in 1916 titled “The Pointer" . . . more closely resembled a newspaper in 1924 . . . has been published regularly ever since. . . . EDITORIAL STAFF: Editor-in-Chief . Assistant Editor Sports Editor Society Editor W.A.A. Notes News StalT Proof Readers Typists . BUSINESS STAFF: ..................Theordore Ketterl ...................Dearborn Spindler Harold Dregne ...............Margaret Rogers Eleanore Theisen . Kathryn Becher, Margaret Miller, James Walsh, Granville Zimmer Eileen Marx, Adeline Goetsch . Margaret Ruchti, Irene Stauffacher, Lois Peden Business Manager Circulation Manager Circulation Assistants Faculty Advisor William Larson Jesse Caskey Dorothy Cook, Doris Duecker, Jane Johnson, Emily Peterson . Raymond M. Rightsell Pagt 82 Left to Right: Every Thursday morning . . . Mr. Rightscll, our advisor . . . Ted Kc t ter 1, editor... Dregne and Zimmer, sports editors ... off the press . . . Larson and Spindler lay out the ‘ ads" ... Business Manager Larson . . .ATHLETICS Seven-year record broken this year . . . failed to annex a championship in either football or basketball . . . this docs not mean that C. S. T. C. was not creditably represented ... in both basketball and football . . . Coach Kotal . . . presented an aggregation which held its own with the best of them ... no loyal backer had reason not to feel proud of them . . . ATHLETIC BOARD Pagt S4 Mr. Rightsell, Mr. Watson, Mr. Steiner, Mr. SchmcecklcFourth Rou• -Coach Kota!, F. Bohan, R. Bernstein, C. Kohls, D. Bremmer, B. Carlcv, R. Otto, Dr. Tolo ThirJ Rou'—J. Duecker. J. Beals, D. Young. B. Bishop. E. Slotwinski, H. Olingy, Luenser, L. Van Dyke, E. Ruppel Suomi Row—C. Houck. C. Burch. J. Larson. D. Johnston, A. Sell, L. Brunner, B. Locwcckc, F. Hitzkc First Rou—E. McAllen, W. Rarhke, G. Pophal, R. Weingartner. J. McGuire, A. Bucholtz, L. Charticr, E. Olson, J. Jones SEASON S RECORD Stevens Point . . 0 St. Norberts . .... 7 Stevens Point . . 7 Stout . . . . . 0 Stevens Point . . 6 Milwaukee .... 19 Stevens Point . . 6 Whitewater . .... 7 Stevens Point . . 13 Platteville .... 13 Stevens Point . . 19 Oshkosh . .... 7 Stevens Point . . 6 De Kalb . . .... 6 Total .... . 37 Total .... 59 Pay 85uiwu t;i Left to Right: 'Gib" Pophal "Dip" Rarhkc Ray Wcingarrncr M. Greene C. Bchnkc R. Wicrsig "Red" Smith Charlie Kohls Jim McGuire Jerry Jones Ernie Ruppcl Jack LarsonLeft to Right: Bill Locwcckc "Dip” Rathkc Van Dyke Bob Bishop Ed McAllen Harry Olingy Lyle Brunner Ed Olsen Roy OttoTop—Left to Right: F. Hitzke F. Nimz R. Bernstein C. Houck C. Burch Bottom—Left to Right: F. Bohan C. Burch E. Slorwinski "Red" ChartierM cQu i r b—Captain— Ha If bac k All-conference halfback ... a will to win that many times turned defeat into victory . . . instrumental in the many fine showings that Point made this year . . . Nimz—End Popular fellow . . . many friends . . . could boot that pigskin and do his share on the grab end . . . Olsen—End Another personality plus man . . . sometimes called upon to lead the team and did it a la Ouster-ban style . . . not as large as some-football players but still could hold his own with the biggest and best of them . . . Weingartner—Center All-conference center . . . played a good piano along with many other outstanding qualities . . . smallest and toughest center in the conference . . . Hitzke Halfback Outstanding passer . . . seen lot around school . . . shows a distinct tendency toward the fairer sex ... all around good fellow . . . Brunner—Tackle Big and brawny . . . stopped anything that came his wav . . . not the spectacular type of fellow but was a good hard worker . . . Otto—Tackle Another "Tarzan” in the line . . . first year man but proved his worh in every department of play . . . not the loud, boisterous type of fellow but here again we must say ... a right guy . . . Low ec k e—Guard Played the game at guard like a true veteran . . . knew all the tricks of the trade . . . should prove a very capable captain . . . plays a good game of basketball to boot . . . worth knowing . . . Poph a L—Guard Stonewall on defense . . . could also furnish a sizeable opening for a plunging back . . . well liked by everyone and rightly so for "Gib" can get along with anybody . . . not the ladies man Bohan—End Came from Chicago Heights with a good rep . . . proved it was no undue credit . . . was at his best when the going was toughest. . . popular fellow around school . . . has a steady ... in fact many of them . . . expect big things from him in years to come both socially and in athletics . . . B uc h o lz—Quarterback Cool and heady field general . . . good student . . . not a social hound but manages to get around in more ways than one . . . Burch—Guard Hard as nails . . . held down the guard post in devastating style . . . good boy . . . Houck Fullback A human battering man on offense and a demon on defense . . . has many friends and proves a friend to everyone . . . Bremmer—Halfback Another passing demon . . . also a nifty ball-carrier . . . good looking but doesn’t seem to take advantage of it . . . just plain Don . . . ?av $9Third Rou F. Schneider, L. Van Dyke, R. Smich, A. Bandow.J. McGuire, F. Hitzkc Second Row A. Sell, E. Luenser, D. Seffern, R. Bclongia, B. Oik, J. Ducckcr First Rou- F. Bohan. B. Bishop, D. Johnston, F. Nirnz, C. Rinka. H. Warner, T. Jaaska SEASON'S RECORD Stevens Point ... 41 Stout . 29 Stevens Point ... 42 Platteville . . 37 Stevens Point . . 39 St. Norberts . 30 Stevens Point . , ... 49 Jordan . . . 30 Stevens Point . 18 Oshkosh 42 Stevens Point . . . . 40 Eau Claire . . 33 Stevens Point ... 40 Concordia . 37 Stevens Point ... 37 Whitewater . . 39 Stevens Point ... 60 Platteville . . 46 Stevens Point ... 32 Jordan 33 Stevens Point ... 54 Milwaukee . . 45 Stevens Point ... 27 St. Norberts . . 28 Stevens Point . . 33 Milwaukee . . 37 Total .... ... 514 Total .... 466 Team started slow . . . finished strong . . . Oshkosh—the champions . . . Point—second . . . victories included Oshkosh, Milwaukee, Whitewater, Platteville, and Eau Claire . . . Smooth working efficient machine . . . Johnston and Rinka played final year . . . main cogs of Point team . . . Rinka, phenomenal long shots . . . Johnston, outstanding floor play . . . both all conference . . . Nimz, cool and confident leader . . . dependable efficient center . . . Warner, high scoring forward . . . unanimous choice for 1940 captain . . . Bandow, new man second semester . . . smooth player . . . fitted nicely into Kotal’s team . . . Capable men to back up the first string . . . McGuire, Sell, Schneider, Bohan, Jaaska, Luenser, and Oik . . . prospects for a strong team in 1940 . . . 90Left to Right: H. Warner J. McGuire L. Van Dyke C. Rinka R. Bishop F. Bohan F. Nimz D. Johnston E. Luenser F. Schneider T.Jaaska L. Van DykeTop—Left To Right: T. Jaaska, Bob Oik, A. Bandow Bottom—Left to Right: Red Smith, ‘ Rube” Bclongia Pay 92Baker Felix Eckels Coach Jenkins Livingston Posluszny Michaels Carlcy Whipple Boxing Under direction of student coach, Inman Whipple . . . squad one of best in state . . . outstanding fighters included Cal Cook, Dan Young, coach Inman Whipple, and Ben Laskc from last year’s champions . . . new men with unusual ability, Baker and Felix . . . First card at Wisconsin Rapids . . . against Rapids C. Y. O. . . . Point wins four out of eight contests . . . second card at Point . . . opponents La Crosse Y. M. C. A. . . . Point wins six out of eight . . . team closes season with trips to LaCrossc and Superior . . .R. Laschkcwitch B. Christenson R. Grandkoski H. Dregne G. Siusscr J. Jones R. Bernstein L. Van Dyke Track This year’s squad captained by Grandkowski and Christenson . . . school represented in many events . . . half-mile- Christenson and Siebert . . . distance runs Laschkcvvitsch brothers, Red Lawrence, Cook, Johnston . . . javelin— Ducckcr, Bernstein . . . hurdles Dregne, Jones . . . dashes— Reading, Warner, Van Dyke . . . broad-jump—Torbenson . . . pole-vauIters—Johnston and Ruppcl . . . Point represented in state meet at Eau Claire.WOMEN’S ATHLETICSTbtnl Row—M. Rogers. G. Christensen, I. Floctcr, L. Peden, R. Octcm, E. Theisen, G. Ok ray S'ttomi Row—R. Murphy, E. Earl, M. Warblcton, D. DeHorn, E. Peterson. I. Stauffachcr Ftnt Row—R. Smith, G. Morgan, B. Richards, M. Schultz, M. Dave), P. Glcnnon President . W. A. A. OFFICERS Lois Peden Vice-President . Edna Earl Secretary . Rita Murphy Treasurer Marion Graham Basketball SPORT HEADS Margie Rogers Volleyball Madeline Davel Hockey . . Marcella Schultz Archery Peggy Glennon Tennis . Eleanor Theisen Creative Dancing Betty Schwahn Minor Sports Ruby Ottem "Sports for all and all for sports" . . . affiliated with American Federation of College Women . . . annual work culminates in Play Day . . . "Trans-Wisconsin Air Meet," rheme of Play Day . . . novel entertainments . . . social functions . . . traditional homecoming "mums" . . . hot dogs . . . fine sportsmanship . . . school spirit . . . advisor, Miss Richardson . . . Fay 96Dancing o Dai ogram gi en to: ar. al pia quests, friends and parents invited . (.lasses wee k ! '■ lor one lioui for all a: :o from ir ;:ade through college . . . an extra-curricula activit pur;-. s :s ro develop for ea. indivi an expressive ourlct through movement which is :nc.i!: I: ;fuI and artistic :c purp : :iie work is neither for spectacle nor enterrainme use : • •a. Inch dance r all too :sequent under the direction of Miss RichardsonP‘S‘ 98 Faust! how did you happen to "crash" the Home Ec. Page?FEATURES"Baby •Face ’ Torbenson . . . lost, strayed, or stolen . . . last seen running feverishly about mumbling something about "wish I had a job, a girl, a cigarette or something to settle my nerves" . . . reward offered . . . $1.59 (less costs) . . . "Slug" Bucholz . . . wanted by C. S. T. C. coeds . . . guilty of being a good football player . . . honks a mean alto sax ... all cowgirls good at roping, practice here . . . he's hard to catch . . . anyone successful notify the Reconstruction Finance Corporation or the four and a half billion dollar relief administration . . . "Pretty Bov" Abrahamson . . . wanted for bigamy, alienation of affections, stealing hearts (and other petty thieveries) . . . last seen with one B flat prima donna who insists on swinging Indian Love Call in F . . . anyone knowing the whereabouts of this culprit notify Lloyds of London . . . "Killer" McDonald alias "Apple Annie" .. . she has wrinkled many a brow and turned many a youth to a gray, old man in a few minutes of her deadly work . . . has drawn lines of age and suffering across girlish checks . . . (WANTED! by every college play producer because she's guilty of being College Theater's "tops" make-up artist) . . . Psgt 100• Pec Wee" Peterson—wanted for sneaking by Ray Hodcll on a kid's admission . . . last seen on second floor of Training School, lost among her pupils . . . finder please return to Sonny Olingy . . . "Tunk the Teacher" alias "Pedagogical Pete” alias "Professor Passorflunk" alias etc., etc., etc., . . . wanted to accept a $5000 reward for assault and battery with intent to inflict an intellectual cerebral hemorrhage upon said "Baby Face" Torbenson (l] £) listed elsewhere . . . "Monk" Caskey once a leading exponent of the good life in Prof. Matraver’s Philosophy Class . . . now a raving maniac . . . goes about mumbling "nothing is anything . . . anything is everything . . . all things arc one ... I am not here ... I am an illusion" . . . keep your kids off the street . . . "Monk" still at large . . . last seen climbing the vines at Nelson Hall . . . "Moll" Gikling . . . wanted for starting war between Meyer and Larson . . . she has caused sleepless nights and burning heartaches for these young men . . . keep your eyes open for this woman . . . guilty of robbing many hearts and returning none . . . REWARD Pay 101Training School Heart of the teacher's college . . . performs a vital function in training teachers . . . successful teaching experience a necessity in applying for positions . . . training school provides first teaching experience for students . . . typical schoolroom situations and problems provided . . . first hand practical experience for student teachers . . . Typical 6-3-3 organization . . . primary department of grades 1, 2, 3 • • • intermediate department of grades 4, 5, 6 . . . junior high school division of grades 7, 8, 9 . . . school staffed by nine teachers . . . one to each grade . . . New building occupied since 1930 . . . personality and identity of its own . . . supports and participates in progress of C. S. T. C. as a whole ... an organization of service for children . . . who come under influence and instruction of C. S. T. C. graduates. . . .Left to Right: Playground activity . . . the first grade presents an original Christmas play . . . third grade . . . Junior Safety Patrol . . . third grade presents ‘The Little Old Man of the Woods” . . . first and second grades . . . the ninth grade listens to a regular radio program “Following Congress” . . . Primary Hallowe'en Party . . . third grade Christmas party . . . Pay 10)Left to Ri ht: Junior High . . . third grade Fairyland . . . Primary Broadcasting Safety Cast . . . fourth grade . . . eighth grade basketball team, thrice city champions . . . fourth grade . . . Colonial life, third grade . . . fifth grade making paper . . . third grade at work . . . Colonial life in the third grade . . . The Big Broadcast . . . 104S. T. C. Broadcasting Staff EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Genie L. Hanson Clarence D. Javne J. D. Colby Student Dinner ADVISORY COMMITTEE Dr. N. O. Reppen Department of Ed neat ion C. H. Matravers Department of Edueatien P. J. Michclsen Department of Muiie L. M. Burroughs Department of Speed) Dr. H. M. Tolo Colley Fatuity Studio A, the band room . . . control room, Michclscn's class room wccUv Monday myht and Tuesday afternoon rehearsals . . . announcers, Runkcl and Cartmill, Inc., . . . at controls A Bcntz . . . weekly concert under the baton of Peter J. Michclscn . . . facuh members of Training School and College appear on weekly educational series. Looking ahead . . . additional studio space and facilities . . . radio drama more time on the air . . . instruction and practice in program production and control operation . . . larger staff . . . greater variety of talent.Kings Senior BJORN CHRISTENSON Mardi HAROLD DREGNE Junior CHARLES KOHLS Psff 106Queens Ball EVA RAE HANSON Gras FLORENCE MASTEY Prom ELEANOR BESTULThird Row—B. Laschkcwitsch. H. Jackson. Mr. Jenkins, D. Colby, E. McDonald. B. Kochi Steond Row—?. Runkcl, P. Gikling, E. Ruchti, R. Timm. T. Mcvcr Fint Row—J. Vcrrill, K. Becker, G. Connor, J. V’an Natta, E. Bucholz, F. Parfrev College Theater President..............................Fred Parfrey Secretary...........................Eleanor Ruchti Advisor.................................Mr. Jenkins Business Manager . . Kathryn Becker Executive..............................Phil Runkbl College Theater . . . youngest active organization on campus . . . founded in 1936 . . . one of most prominent . . . offers practical experience in production of plays . . . outstanding performance of the year . . . “R. U. R." (Rossum’s Universal Robots), directed by Phil Runkel . . . fantastic, colorful, three-act melodrama . . . Work-shop productions ... for further experience and development of dramatic ability . . . one and two act plays . . . produced by members and aspiring members of organization . . . among these . . . "The Wonder Hat," directed by Janette Van Natta . . . "The Pot Boiler," directed by Ted Meyer . . . other directors . . . Phylis Gikling, Kathryn Becker, Earle Siebert, Barbara Gcrdes . . . "Corn-fed Babies," directed by Rosalie Timm . . . produced for Mardi Gras show . . . well received . . . Tryouts open to all students . . . may participate without membership . . . membership chosen on quality, amount of work, interest . . . Undertook staging and lighting for other programs . . . has created distinctive and novel auditorium and stage effects . . . assisted the Women's Glee Club operetta, "The Dress Rehearsal" . . . Membership Bachman, Carl Bcckcr, Kathryn Bloom, Joe Bucholz, Ethel Colby, J. D. Psg 1108 Gikling, Phylis Jenkins, W. G. Kochi, Bill Laschkcwirsch, Ben McDonald, Ethel Meyer, Ted Ophovcn, Joe Parfrey, Fred Pcdcn, Lois Gene Ruchti, Eleanor Runkcl, Phil Smith, La Rue Timm, Rosalie Van Natta, Janette Vcrrill, JohnFront and back stage on R. U. R. set . . . College Theater's feature play . . . scenery and lighting constructed by theater members . . . colorful background . . . fantastic play . . . futuristic theme . . . The Pot Boiler ... blood and thunder production . . . directed by Ted Meyer . .. powerful dramatic scenes featuring Smith and Quandt . . . a comedy that ''clicked”Ltft Right; Tau Gam Act Ivan Skavmsky Skvj, Female Dempseys My kingdom for a queen Wild Nell Michaels Chi Delts Forum Hello mamma Phi Sig's fashion show Annual Mardi Gras held . . . sponsored by Iris . . . successful socially and financially . . . main show the nite of February twenty-sixth . . . concessions displayed of all types . . . bingo, etc. . . . Greeks each sponsor one-act plays . . . Phi Sig s style show captures first prize . . . costume dance held evening of March 15 . . . Red and Florence reign as King and Queen ... a very colorful affair . . . prize offered for most humorous costume—Ray Hodcll . . . best dressed couple —"Zip" and "Jerry" . . . dancing ends with breaking of balloons . . . MARDI GRASLeft t« Right: Home Economics Y. W. C. A. Omega Mu Chi Dormites Iris Nuck Cheerleading Tau Gams Primary QUICKCS Homecoming . . . traditional affair at C. S. T. C. . . . Freshman bon-fire . . . snake-dance . . . pep and fun . . . semi-formal, pre-event dance sponsored by Phi Sigs . . . return of friends and alumni . . . Parade preceding afternoon game . . . honors captured by Tau Gam's Chinese float captioned "Milwaukee Hasn't a Chinaman's Chance" . . . "Miss Victory," the theme of the Grammar Round Table float, second prize . . . Forum’s novel junk wagon instructing enthusiasts to "Junk Milwaukee" took third . . . Schmeccklc Field brilliant scene of defeat . . . all-school dance . . . hi-light of evening’s entertainments . . . terminating week-end's festivities . . . HOMECOMING"Toe Knee" Sardge and his Marionettes, a "progressive" organization pulling many strings, has afforded first rate entertainment to the C.S.T.C. student body, and is enjoyed by all. On to a progressive democracy with Tony and his Marionettes. Hear ye! hear ye! Know ye how much the state expends for your education? Know ye how much this college spends compared to other colleges? We cannot stand this additional expense. We cannot stand...... "To require any applicant for admission, who shall not have been exempted by any of the provisions of this section, to pay or to secure to be paid such fees for tuition as the board may deem proper and reasonable. The board may also charge any student laboratory fees, book rents, fees for special departments or an incidental fee covering all special cost." (1) (1) Wi . 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JAHN OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 817 West Washington Blvd., Chicago, III. - Telephone MONroe 7080 Commercial Artists, Photographers and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black and Colors P‘ ‘ wSenior Credentials ABRAHAMSON. RALPH . .. Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History, English; Band 1.2. 3. First Assistant Director 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 4; Greek Council, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4. ALTENBERGER, MRS. MILDRED . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. ANDERSON. ELLEN . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, Secretary 2. BACHMANN, CARL . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Mathematics; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Photo Gub 2, 3; Sigma Zeta 2, 3, Vice-President 4; College Theater 3. 4; Glee Club 1. 2. BADER. BLANCHE . . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1, Treasurer 2 and 3. 4. Tau Gamma Beta 2. Secretary 3, 4. BA1ERL. THELMA ... Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Home Economics; Sigma Tau Delta 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Forum 1, 2. 3, 4; Omega Mu Chi 4. BARTELS. KENNETH . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, Vice-President 2; Band 2. BECHER, KATHRYN . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Pointer 2, 4; Iris 2, 3; Debate 2, 3. 4; College Theater 3. Business Manager 4; Loyola 2, 3. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, Secretary 4. BENTZ. ALICE . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Band 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 3. Assistant Director 4; College Theater 3. 4; Debate 2, 4; Iris 3; Forum 1, 2. 3, 4; Radio Gub 4; Alpha Kappa Rho 4; Omega Mu Chi 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, Vice-President 4. BERENS, JANICE ... Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4, Photo Gub 2, 3- BODEEN, ELEANOR . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Home Economics, Y.W.C.A. 2, 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3. 4; W.A.A. 4; Omega Mu Chi 4. BRADY, HUGH . .. Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4, Glee Gub 3, 4. BUCHOLZ, ALVIN ... Four Year H S. Course; Major: General Science. Gass Vice-President 3. Sigma Zeta. Vice-President 3. President 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4; Chi Delta Rho, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3. President 4; "S" Gub, President 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Rural Life Club 1; Forum 2, 3. 4; Pointer 3; Iris 3; Gamma Delta I, 2; Band 4. BUCHHOLZ, ETHEL . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; College Theater 1, 2; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Tau Gamma Beta 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Orchestra I, 2. BURROWS, DOROTHY . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Gub 1, 2. BUTLER, DOROTHY'. . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary-Council 1, 2, 3, 4. CAMPBELL, RAMONA . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded; Pep Club 1, 2; Loyola Club 1, 2; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Young Progressive 1, 2. CARTMILL, GEORGE . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History, Biology; Band I. 2, 3. President 4; Clinic Director 3, 4; Festival Director 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 3; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 1, 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, Recording Secretary 4; Alpha Kappa Rho, Vice-President 4; Radio Announcer 2, 4; Iris 3; Harlequin Gub 1. CASKEY', JESSE . .. Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: General Science, Biological Science; Chi Delta Rho 2. 3. Treasurer 4, Forum I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeta, Secretary-Treasurer 3. 4; Glee Club 2, 3. 4; Photo Club 1; Boxing 1, 2. CHARTIER, LEONARD . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Class Vice-President 1, President 3; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; "S" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Glee Club 3. 4. CHOJNACKI, VICTOR . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Loyola 1, 2. CHRISTENSEN. GLENIS ... Four Year Intermediate Course; Grammar Round Table 2, 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. 4; W.A.A. 3. 4. CHRISTIANSEN, HANS . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Bloc 2. CHRISTIANSON. BESSIE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Gub 1, 2. CHRISTENSON, BJORN . .. Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: General Science. Geography; Class President 4; Track 1, 3, Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3; Forum 1, 2, 3, President 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 3. 4; Debate 4; Goss Country 1. CISESKY, DOROTHY . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course, Rural Life Club 1, 2; Loyola I, 2. COLBY J. DONALD . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Stage Electrician 2, 3. 4; College Theater, Director 3, 4; Forum 2, 3, 4; Technical Director College Broadcasts 2. 3; Program Director of College Broadcasts 4. CONNOR. GENE .. Four Year H.S. Course. Major: English; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4. Omega Mu Chi 1,2, 3. Treasurer 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3. President 4;Sigma Zeta 3. Reporter 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; College Theater 3, 4; Iris 3. COOK. CALVIN . .:. Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Hisiorv; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Track and Goss-Country 1,2, 3, 4; Boxing 1.2. 3. 4;' S 'Club 1,2, 3. COOK. DOROTHY H. . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Gub 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2. COOK, DOROTHY JEAN . .. Four Year Intermediate Course; Major: English; Grammar Round Table 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3, Vice-President 4; Photo Club 2, Secretary 3, 4; Pointer, Grculation Staff 4. Pay 1)4CRAM, MILDRED . . . Four Year Intermediate Course; Ma)or: Geography; Grammar Round Table 1, 2, Vice-President 3. 4, W.A.A. 2, 3. DAVIDSON, VERNA . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. DENK, EDWARD . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Loyola 1,2; Rural Life Club 1, 2. DENT. HAROLD . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Forum 1,2. 3. 4, Chi Delta Rho 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4. Photo Club, Vice-President 3. Treasurer 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 3. 4. DOHERTY. GERTRUDE . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Ma)or: Home Economics; Loyola 1,2, 3. 4. Home Economics Club 1.2. 3. 4; Glee Club 2. DREGNE, HAROLD . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Mathematics. Chemistry; Class Vice-President 4; Sigma Zeta 3. 4; Forum 1. 2. 3. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 1, 2, 3. Vice-President 4, Pointer 3. 4; Tennis 3, 4. DUGGAN, ED . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History, Geography; Chi Delta Rho 1.2, 3. Vice-President, Historian 4; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Loyola 1.2, 3. 4. EARL, EDNA . . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1. 2. 3. Secretary 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4. EHLE, MARSHALL ... Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, President 2. EYLER, GERALD . . . Four Year H. $. Course; Majors: History, English; Band 1,2, 3. Secretary, Treasurer 4. Assistant Director 4. Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4, Alpha Psi Omega 4. FAUCETT, THOMAS . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History, English; Bloc 2, 3, 4. Glee Club 3, 4; Debate 3; Sigma Tau Delta 4; Forum 1,2, 3. 4. FELLER. HESTER . . . Four Year Junior H. S. Course; Major: History; Glee Club 1; Grammar Round Table 4; L.S.A. 1; Pointer I; Margaret Ashmun Club 1. FIRGENS, OSCAR . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4; Photo Club 1, Vice-President 2, 3. 4; Boxing 1.2; College Theater 4. FISHER, SOPHIA . . . Four Year Rural-State Graded Course; Glee Club 1. FLOETER, C. IRENE . . . Four Year Intermediate Course; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. 4; W.A.A. 2, 3; Grammar Round Table 2, 3. 4; Gamma Delta 1. FLYNN, MARY . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Loyola 1,2; Rural Life I, 2. GAUER, HELEN . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. GEORGE, DORIS . .. Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History, English; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Debate 3; Sigma Tau Delta 2, President 3, 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4. GIRLING, PHYLLIS . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Orchestra 3, 4; Debate 3, 4; College Theater 3, 4; Forum 3. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4; Omega Mu Chi 3. President 4. GILBERTSON. DOROTHY . . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1. 2, 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, Secretary 3. GOETSCH. ADELINE ... Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1; Gamma Delta 1, 2, President 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pointer 4; Extempore 4. GRAHAM, MARION . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Home Economics, W.A.A. 2, 3. Treasurer 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pointer 3; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4. GRAY, RAYMOND ... Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Loyola 1,2; Rural Life 1, 2. GROVES, SHERMAN . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Photo Club I, 2, 3; Forum 1,2, 3, 4; Student Manager 3, 4; Men's Glee Club I, Librarian 2, 3, 4; Boxing 1. 2. HARRIS, GLEN ... Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Biological Science; Boxing 2, 3; Oratory 2, 3; Forum 2, 3, 4. HARTVIG. CHARLES . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Sigma Zeta 3. 4; Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Forum 1,2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Basketball 1, 2, Chorus 2, 3. HINTZ, GENEVIEVE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life 1, 2; Loyola 1, 2. HOLMAN, LOIS . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 2. HETZEL, RUTH . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Loyola 1, 2. HURD, HAZEL . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. HYLAND, JANE . . . Four Year Intermediate Course; Major: History; Glee Club 3; Grammar Round Table 1. 2, 3, 4. JOHNSTON. DON . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Track 1, 2; "S" Club 1, Secretary 2, 3. 4; Baseball 2. JOGSTEN, JANET . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Forum 1, 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Radio 3; Loyola 1, 2. 3. 4. JOLJNG, RUBY . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; L.S.A. 1.2. JOUBERT. RAMONA . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. JURCZAK. EDWARD . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Loyola 2. Page 233KETTERL, THEODORE . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Mathematics, General Science; Pointer, Editor 4; Chi Delta Rho 1, 2, 3. State Grand Marshall 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Forum 1,2, 3, 4; Loyola 1.2. KILBANE, CATHERINE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Loyola 1,2; Rural Life Club 1, 2. KILBANE. MARGARET . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Loyola 1, 2; Rural Life Club 1, 2. KIRSCHLING, MELVIN . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Loyola 1, 2; Rural Life Club 1, 2. KLOSINSKI, BERNICE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Loyola 1, 2; Rural Life Club 1. 2. KNOX, WILLIAM . . . Four Year State Graded Course; Major: General Science; Rural Life Club 2, President 3. 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Photo Club 4. KNUTSON. RUTH . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Glee Club 1.2, Rural LifcClubl,2;PcpCIubl,2;L.S.A. 1,2. KREILKAMP, EDGAR . . . Four Year H. S. Course, Major : History, Geography; Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, Secretary 3. Treasurer 4; Loyola 2, 3. 4; Photo Club 2, 3; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4. KREILKAMP, ROBERT . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History, Social Science; Phi Sigma Epsilon 1, 2. Secretary-Treasurer, Delegate to National Convention 3, Greek Council. President 4; Iris, Assistant Editor, Business Manager 3; Photo Club 3; Loyola 1, 2. 3. 4; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4. KUSHMAN, ESTHER . . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary-Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, Treasurer 3; Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1, 4. LAING, ETHEL . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; W.A.A. 1. 2; Volleyball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. LARSON. WILLIAM . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Mathematics, English; Class Treasurer 3; Chi Delta Rho 1,2, Secretary 3, President 4; Pointer 2. Business Manager 4; Photo Club 1.2,3. 4; Sigma Zetz 3. 4; Glee Club 1, President 2, Business Manager 2, 3. 4; Band 1,2, 3; Bloc 2, 3. 4; Forum 1. 2, 3,4. LASCHKEWITSCH. REY . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major History; Phi Sigma Epsilon 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Forum 4; College Theater 4. LEE, VICTOR M. ... Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Forum 1,2, 3, 4. LIVINGSTON, L. JANE . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1,2, 3, 4. LUCHTERHAND. VERA . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course, Rural Life Club 1, 2. LUEDTKE, MILDRED . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Home Economics; W.A.A. I, Sport Head 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Iris 3; Pointer 2; Gamma Delta 1, 2. LUTHER, VIOLA . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Gub 1, 2. Pay 236 MALCHOW, CLIFFORD . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Mathematics, General Science; Forum 1,2, 3. 4; Photo Club President 1, 2; Phi Sigma Epsilon 1, Corresponding Secretary 2, Vice-President 3; Sigma Zeta 3. 4; Iris Photographer 2. Editor 3; Bloc 3. President 4. MALINOVSKY. GLADYS . . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 2, Secretary 3. Treasurer 4; Orchestra 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 3; Omega Mu Chi 2. 3, 4. MARSHALL, MARION . . . Four Year Primary Course; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4; Band 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Primary Council 1, 2, 3. 4; Alpha Kappa Rho 4. MARSHALL. MARJORIE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course. Rural Life Club 1, 2. MARTENS. ARLYLE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. MASTEY, FLORENCE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, Treasurer 2; Loyola Club 1, 2; Tau Gamma Beta 2. McALLEN, EDWARD . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Football 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4. MCDONALD, ETHEL . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History. English; Forum 1,2, 3, 4; Pointer 2, 3; Iris 3; Tau Gamma Beta 1, Pan-Hellenic Representative 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3. President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 1. 2, Secretary 3. President 4; College Theater 3. 4. MeGUIRE, JAMES . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Class Treasurer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Boxing 1, 3; Iris Business Manager 3; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Delta Rho 4. MILLER. MARGARET . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: English; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club Accompanist 1; Sigma Tau Delta Treasurer 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Rho President 4; Tau Gamma Beta 1, Treasurer 2. 3. 4; Pointer 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 3. 4; Qcativc Dancing 4. MORGAN, GRACE . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Sigma Tau Delta 4; W.A.A. 3, 4; Photo Club 3. 4; Pep Club 3; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4. MURPHY. RITA ANN . . . Four Year H. S. Course. Major: English; Sigma Zeta 2, 3. Recording Treasurer 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3. Treasurer 4; W.A.A. 2, 3. Secretary 4; Loyola 1, 2, 3. 4; Forum 1,2, 3, 4. OLSEN, EDWARD . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3; "S" Club 1. 2. President 3. 4. OSTENSON, ROY . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. PAGENKOFF. GERALDINE . . . Four Year Primary Course; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Creative Dancing 2, 3; Primary Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 4. PETERSEN. DELILAH . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Gub 1, 2.PETERSON. EMILY ... Four Year Junior High School Course; Major: Geography; W.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Grammar Round Table 1. 2. 3. President 4, Pointer 4. PETERSON. VERLA . . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1, 2. 3. 4. PORTER. KATHLEEN . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. PRESTON, HELEN . . . Four Year Intermediate Course; Grammar Round Table 1,2, 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Loyola 1.2. 3.4. RADKE, VIVIAN . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Rural Life Glee Club 1. 2. RANDALL. MARY .. . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2. RATHKE, WILBURT . . . Four Year Rural-State Graded Course; Major: History; Glee Club 3. 4; Football 2, 4; Boxing 3; Chi Delta Rho 4; Rural Life Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3,4. REDEMANN, JEAN . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Class Secretary 4; Band 1; Glee Club 2, Press Representative 3. Treasurer 4; Omega Mu Chi 2, Vice-President, Secretary 3. President, Greek Council Representative 4; Sigma Tau Delta Secretary 3. 4; Creative Dancing 2; Iris 3; Debate 4; Chorus Directing 4. RICHARDS. DOROTHY . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Biological Science, History; Tau Gamma Beta 1, 2. President 3. 4; Sigma Zeta 3. 4; Alpha Kappa Rho Secretary 4. Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 4; Greek Council 3; Class Vice-President 2; Class Secretary 3. Band Sponsor 1, 2, 3. 4. Creative Dancing 3. 4; Basketball 1, Forum 1, 2, 3, 4. RINKA, CHESTER . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Chi Delta Rho 1,2, 3. 4; "S" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forum 1. 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4. RISMAN, JUNIOR . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, Treasurer 2. RODENCAL. ALICE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2. SCHILUNGER. OTTO . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Progressive Club 1, 2. SCHMIDT. MILDRED . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. SCHOFF, ANNA MAE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 2. SMITH, RUTH . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History, English; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, Vice-President 4; Pep Gub 3; Photo Gub 3, 4; Forum 1.2. 3.4. SOLSRUD, RUTH . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Gub 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2. SPIETH, ART ... Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Gub 1. 2; Rural Life Choir 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. STAUFFACHER, IRENE . . . Four Year Primary Course; Glee Club 3. 4. W.A.A. 4; Iris 3; Pointer 4; Y.W.C.A. 3; Primary Council 3, Vice-President 4. STONE. KATHLEEN . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2. SYTH, ALBERTA . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; W.A.A. 2; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Archery 2. SZYMANSK1, FRANK . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club I, 2, Treasurer 1; Loyola 1, 2. TENLEY. MARY LOUISE . . . Four Year H S. Course; Majors: English, History; Glee Gub 1, 2. Librarian 3. 4; Iris 3; Forum 1.2. 3. 4. TESTIN, MARGARET . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. TORKELSON, MARGARET . . . Four Year State Graded Course. Major: English; Rural Life Club 2, 3. Vice-President, Assistant Director 4; Glee Club 2. 3. President 4; L.S.A. 2, 3. President. TOTZKE, ALBERT . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major General Science, Mathematics; Forum 1,2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2. 3, Vice-President 4. TWAMLEY, ELVA . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Loyola Club 1, 2. TYLK, HELEN , . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Glee Gub 2, 3. 4; Loyola 1,2, 3. 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4. VEEDER, ALBERTA . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Home Economics; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Home Economics 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 4; Pep Gub 3, Omega Mu Chi 4. VERRILL. JOHN . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; College Theater 3. 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Chi Delta Rho 4; Sigma Zeta 4; Photo Club 4; Debate 3, 4. VOELZ, GERMAINE . . . Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. WALKER. JOANNA . . . Four Year Primary Course; Band 1. Primary Council 1,2. 3. President 4; Omega Mu Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; WARZINIK, GENE . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: English, History; Tau Gamma Beta 3, 4; Forum 3, 4. WERTH, ARLIF. . . Four Year State Graded Course; Major: General Science, Rural Life Club 4. Sigma Zeta 4; Photo Gub 4; Bloc 4. WESTFAHL. ERVIN . . . Four Year H S. Course, Majors: General Science, Mathematics; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Photo Gub 1, 2, 3; Athletic Manager 2, 3. 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Basketball 1; Glee Gub Operetta 3; "S” Gub 2. 3, 4; Photo Gub 1,2, 3- WHIPPLE, INMAN ... Four Year Junior High School Course; Major: Mathematics; Boxing 1, 2, Coach 3, 4; Track 2; Rural Life Gub 1; Grammar Round Table 2, 3. 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 1. 2. 3. Treasurer 4. Photo Gub 1, 2. WILL. RUTH . . . Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4. WORSENCROFT. PHILIP . . . Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4. Pag' 1)7Faculty Index Hycr, Frank 10, 34 Allen, Bessie Mac 13, 58 Allcz, G. C 13. 56. 75 Bauer, Betty Mac 13 Burroughs, L. M. 1), 54, 69, 72, 34 , 35, 148, 105 Carlstcn, Edna 13 Church, Nancy J. . Colman. Susan E 13. 58 13, 47. 54, 46 Davis, Mildred 13 Diehl, Leah L. 14 Evans, Charles 13, 34, 148 Faust. G. W 14, , 55, 76, 78, 35. 98. 146, 147 Finch, Mrs. Josephine 14, 61 Hanna, Marv E 14, 52, 60 Hanson, Gertie L . 14. 34, 105 Herrick, A. J 14. 20, 35 Horton, Ethel S 14, 55 Jayne, C. D Jenkins, W. G ... 15, 108, 93 Jones, Jesse E 15 Knutzen, N. E 15 , 20, 54 , 76 , 77 Kotal, Edward L 15,85,84 LaVigne, Bessie 15.60 Lyncss, A. S.... 15, 34 Mansur, Lulu M. 15 Marrs, Dr. Fred A 16, 65 Mason, Svblc E 16 Matravers, C. H. 16,34.105 Meston, Helen 16,20,58 Michelsen, P. J. 16, 56. 74, 78. 79. 5. 146 Mott, Joseph 16 Neale, O. W. 16. 51. 52 Neuberger, Marv (R.N.) 16. 34 Nixon, O. F. 17 Pfeiffer, Lydia 17 Pierce, Burton R.. 17 Reppen. Ncls O .. 17. 34. 105 Richardson, Beatrice E. 17. 96. 97 Rightscll, R. M. 17. 84 . 83. 85 Roach, Mac N 17. 20. 52,60 Rogers. T. A 17, 55, 35,81 Rolfson, Carolvn G 18, 20 Schmccklc. F. J.. 18. 84, 35 Smith, E. T 18. 49 Stein, George 18 Steiner, H. R. 18, 12, 20, 77, 84, 65, 101 Sturn, Mrs. E. J. 18 Swallow, M. D 18 Thompson, V. E. . . 18, 35 Tobias. Adda 19 Tolo, H. M. 19. 85. 149, 105 Van Arsdale, Gladys 19 Van Dcraa. Marv Jane 19 Watson, C. F. 19, 20, 35. 48. 84 Wilson, Emily W. 19,20,58 P l‘ 1)8Student Directory and Index Abrahamson, Donald A.. Sparta. 1 Abrahamson. Ralph W.; Sparta; 4 Adams. Marguerite D.; Green Bay; 1 Akins. Jayne B.; Milwaukee. 3 . Albert. Ruth C.; Junction City; 1 .. Albrecht, Joseph F.; Phelps, 2. Altcnbcrger, Mildred E.; Colby; 2 Altman, Adeline May; City; (Special) Amundson, Lorraine; Babcock; 2 Anderson. Cora Mac; City; 1 Anderson, Della; Brantwood, 1 Anderson. Ellen; Eland; 2 Anderson. Gladys; Pulaski; I Anderson. John; Citv; 2 Anderson. Margie; Sheridan; 1 Anderson, Sylvia; Rosholt; 4 Anker, Jack; City; 1................ Atkins, Bernice; Almond; 3 Atkins, Eylccnc; Almond; 1 .... 42, 68. 76, 78 22. 34, 62, 63, 68, 78, 79, 69, 146. 147, 100 ... 42.44.74,78.79 36, 54 43, 51 I!!!!.'!!!!!!!!”..52 ....... 50. 58. 74 43. 66 43, 52, 74 22,51 42. 52, 59 ... 40, 60. 78, 79 ................42, 51 . . . 55.98.22 47, 74. 78, 44. 147 42. 47. 74, 75. 78, 147 Bachman, Carl; Brantwood; 4 Bader. Blanche; City; 4 .... Baicrl. Thelma; Nckoosa, 4 Baker, Robert. New Lisbon, 2 Baker, Roman; Citv; 1....... Bandow, Arthur; City; 1 .... Bartels. Kenneth; Endeavor, 2 Basslcr, Erwin; Bancroft; 1 . . Beals, James; Unity; 1....... Bcchcr, Kathryn; NVausau, 4 Bechcr, Margaret; Wausau; I Beggs, Zita; Plainfield; 1 Bchnkc, Ruth; Belleville; 3 Bchr, Geraldine; City; 1..... Beidlcman, Helen; City; 2---- Belongic, Eugene, Mountain; 3 Bclongic, Reuben. Mountain; 2 Bcnkc, Clarence. City; 4..... Bckc, Virginia; City; I...... Benson, Norman; Rosholt, 1 Bcntz, Alice; Nckoosa, 4 Bcppler, Lucclc; Nckoosa, 2 Bcran, Madeline, City; 1..... Bcrcndscn, Christine; Phlox; 1 Bcrcns. Janice; City; 4 ..... Bergsbaken, Clara; Shiocton; I Bergstrom, Ada, Blcn Flora; 1 Bernstein, Rodger, Brodhcad. 2 Bishop, Robert; Antigo, 2 .... Blcck. Lucille; New London; 3 Bloom, Joseph; Rhinelander, 3..... Bodccn, Eleanor; Rice Lake. 4 .... Bogcr, Robert; Port Edwards; 2 Bohan, Felix; Waupaca; 2 ....... Borhman, Harold. Greenwood. 1 . . Bourcicr, Francis; Marshfield, 3 Bowcrsock, Katherine; City; 1 .... Bowcrsock, Marguerite, City; I Brady, Hugh; Bancroft; 4 ......... Brady, Mildred; Seymour; 4 Brandt, Lcota; Dorchester; 1 ..... Breeden, Eleanor; Coloma; 2 ..... Brchm, Minnie; Colby; 1 ........ Brcmmcr, Donald; City; 2.......... Brctzkc, Walter, City; 1.......... Bricrc. Mabel; Wisconsin Rapids; 2 Brown, Dorothy; Clearwater Lake; 1 Brown, Lorraine; Eland; 1......... Brown, Neal; Almond; 2 ........... Brubakkin, Bjornc; Iola; 1 ....... Brunner, Clyde; Shawano; 2................ 50, 64, 76. Brunner, Dennis; Custer; 3.. ■ ..................... 36. Brunner, Lvlc; Abbotsford; 2 . 85 Bruyettc, Esther Mac; Manawa; 3..................36, 48 Buchholz, Ethel; Wcyauwcga; 2............. 23, 41, 52, 74,75,106.110.71, ...................22 ......... . 22.58 40 42 90 22. 52 42 43. 85 54. 58, 72. 73. 82, ........ 22. 42. 73 42 36. 50. 58, 61. 70. 71, 36 90 86. 22. 56. 62. 73. 75. 78. 79. 66. 42 43. 49, 60 40. 85, 88 40. 50. 68, 76. 85. 87. 90 36. 47 40. 50. 76, 80. 68 ............. 22. 58, 66 40 85. 88. 90. 91. 64, 36, 58, ill, ....................43, 43 22. 76 42. 74 41. 48, .....43 ........42, .........42. 40, 76, 78, 22 , 47 . 98 .68 . 93 . 91 .78 , 51 . 64 108 .72 . 51 146 42 47 . 52 .92 148 47 50 146 . 47 . 78 22 52 43 . 94 . 91 , 67 . 69 , 75 , 57 146 52 146 , 57 . 52 . 77 23 . 78 . 70 . 52 85 42 , 51 . 52 , 64 43 .65 . 64 . 87 . 61 70, 109 Bucholz, Alvin; Merrill; 4 23, 55, 63, 85, 64, 65, 100 Burch, Charles; City; 4 .... 36, 62, 85. 88, 68, 69 Burger, Maxine; Suring; 1 . . 42, 58 Burkman, Robert; Hawkins, 1 _ ’ 42 Burquest. Weston; City; I........................ .. .42 Burrows. Dorothy; Plainfield; 2 . ...23,40,52 Butler, Dorothy; City; 4....................... ’.23' 47 Butler, Elizabeth; Elroy; 2 52 Buzzo, Arthur; Dancy; 3 Byrne, Germaine; Antigo; 2 ......................... Cady. Roland; Birnamwood; 3 36. 55, 57, 80, 149 Campbell, Romona; City; 2 23, 51, 59, 60 Carlcy, William; Plover; 2.. . ... .85! 93 Carmodv, Marguerite; Egg Harbor, 1 42, 51. 59, 60, 74 Cartmill, George; Plover; 4 23. 56, 69. 76, 77, 78, 79 Cartmill, Olive; City; 1.......... ................... Cash in, George; City; 1...................................42 Cashin, William; City; 2. $4 Caskey, Jesse; Phelps; 4 23. 76, 64, 101 Caulcy, Rose Marie; Custer; 1 . 42, 51 Charles, Lorraine; Mather; 2 .......23, 52 Charticr, Leonard; Merrill; 4 • 23, 76, 85! 88 Chojnacki, Victor; Citv; 2. ... . .52 Christenson, Glcnis; Westfield; 4 23. 48, 61, 96 Christenson, Bjorn; Nclsonvillc; 4 24. 50. 62. 68, 106, 94 Christianson, Hans; Wittenberg; 3 .36. 52, 76 Christianson, Bessie; Arpin; 2 ................. 23, 40, 52 Church. Francis; Crandon; 1... ........... Church. Lorraine, City; 1 43, 59, 7$ Church. Rachel; City; 2 . . 59 Cisesky, Dorothy; Plover; 2... .24, 41,49, 51 Ciula, Kathryn; Knowlton; 1..................... 43, 52, 60 Clark. Dorothy; Wausau; 3.............................. 36 Classen, Tom; City; 1................................... 42 Clements, William; Vesper; 3............. 36. 52, 55, 76, 77 Cocy, Eileen; Bruce; 1................................... 42 Colby. J. Donald; Wausau; 4 ....... . 24, 108, 146, 105 Combs, Alice; Royalton; 1............................ 42 Connor. Gene; Auburndalc; 4 ___.24, 54 , 55, 108 Cook, Calvin; Unity; 4 24 Cook. Dorothy H.; Merrill; 2 .. 51.74 Cook, Dorothy J.; Waupaca; 4 .......................24, 48 Cowles, Gordon; Wittenberg; 3 36,51,55,64.76,79 Cram, Mildred; City; 4 ...............................24, 48 Cress, Samuel; Wausau; 3 ............................... 36 Cuff, Wilma; Portage; 1 ................................ 42 Dakin, Philip; Antigo; 2........ Davcl. Madeline; Loyal; 2 Davidson, Verna; Waupaca; 2 Davies, Margaret; Wild Rose; 1. .. Dawes. Bcrnicce; Strongs Prairie; 1 Dc Horn, Eileen; White Lake; 2 Dcnk, Edward; Phillips; 2. . . Dent, Harold; Almond; 4 ....... DcWar, Lois; Westfield; 2........ Disher, Raymond; City; 1 Dix, Irene; Colby; 3.. Dohcrtv, Gertrude; Mosince; 4 Dolansky, Cecelia; Eagle River; 3 Doncrmcycr, Eva; Citv; 3 . . Donermeyer, Louise; City; 1...... Doolittle, Wayne; Citv; 1 . ---- Dopp, Elizabeth; Wild Rose; 3 • ■ Dopp, Jean; Wild Rose; 3....... Doran, Genevieve; Shawano; 4 Dorsha, Gregory; City; 1........ Drcgne, Harold; Marshfield; 4 Drobnick, Lewis; Gleason; 3 Ducckcr, Doris; Kiel; 4.......... Duccker, James, Kiel; 2 Ducscher, Lorraine; Birnamwood; 2 DuFour, Douglas, Argonnc; 1.. Duggan, Ed; City; 4 ........ ... Dumblcton, Philip; City; 3 ..... .......75. 78, 79, 147 41,47,96 ...............41. 51 43, 50.61,66. 109 ....................42 ...... 40, 47, 74, 96 ..........24. 52. 60 24. 50. 55. 57. 76. 64 ....................40 .......42 ........36. 47, 59 .....58 36, 60 .......36 .........43 .......42 .............36, 47. 61 .......36. 54 . 61, 74 42 . 24, 50, 68. 69, 82, 110, 106, 83, 148. 94 ....................52 ....24. 47.61 ........85. 90. 64. 65 41. 58 .........42 ...........64 . 65, 146 ....................36 Pay 119Dumblcton, Ross; City; 3 36 Dunn. Jcrrv; Citv; 2............................. 40, 68 Durand. Ed; City; 2.. . . 68.80.148 Earl, Edna; Owen; 4 Earli, J. Louise; Lone Rock. 2 Eckels, Forest; Plover; 1 Echlc, Marshall; Eagle River; 2 Eibergen, Bernard; Granton; 1 Einfeldt. Edith; Greenwood; 2 Eisenach, Walter; Wausau; 3 Ellingson, Jayne; Hawkins; 2 Eylcr, Gerald; Sparta; 4 23. 68, 69, 73, Faucctt. Thomas; City; 4 Felix, John; Edgar; 2 Feller. Hester; Bear Creek; 4 Ferguson, Norma; Crandon; 1 Ficrck, Jeanette; City; 2 Firgins, Oscar; Suring; 4 . Firnstahl, Raymona; Marshfield; 2 Fisher, Hazel; Spencer; 3 Fisher, Sophia; Antigo;. Flatter, Erna; Wausau; (Special) Floetcr, Irene; Westfield; 4 Florence, Elroy; Phillips; 2 Flynn, Mary; Montcllo; 2 Fonstad, Douglas; New London; 1 Forbes, Iris; Port Edwards; 2 Frank, Ruth; Eland; I ... Frederick, Russell; Minoequa; 1 Fryer, Marvin; City; 1 ...24, 47, 96 42. 93 ....32 ...........42 40. 49. 38 41, 58 76, 77. 78, 79. 147, 149 ..........25. 54 , 76 ..........93 25. 48. 74 ........ 43 40. 57. 70, 71 . 25 43. 61 ------ 36 ...... 25 25, 48, 61, 96 ..41,50,76 25. 40. 52. 60 ...70 43, 52 76,78 43,68 Gaucr, Helen; Merrill; 2.............................. 40 Gchrkc, Lucille; Manawa; 2.. . 41,50.58 George, Doris; Wisconsin Rapids; 4 .... Gcrdcs, Barbara; Loyal; 1 42 Gcrickc, Viola; Florence; 1... . ................43, 61 Gikling, Phyllis; Odessa, N. V.; 4 25. 54 . 63. 108, 67. 101 Gilbertson, Dorothy; Rhinelander; 4 ...........25. 47 Gilson, Sam; Green Bay; 4 Gleason, Betty; Port Edwards; 2. 78, 79 Glceson, Mary Anne; Green Bay; 1. 70 Glcnnon, Peggy; City; 2 63, 80, 96, 66 Goderstad, Gordon; Durand; 1 . 42 Goetsch, Adeline; Colby; 4 25, 74, 78 Graham. Marion; Gillctt; 4 25. 58 Granbach, Clyde; Loyal; 2 42 Grandkoski, Rav; Wisconsin Rapids; 3 94 Grant, Margaret; Almond; 1......................... .. .42, 52 Graves, Ruth; Wausau; 3 .. .... Gray, Raymond; Amherst; 2. 41, 52, 60 Gray, Rolxrt; City; (Special) .... Greene, Marvin; Appleton; 1 42. 86 Gregory, Olive; City; (Special)...................... Greve, Gladvs; Briflion; 3.........36, 55, 58, 61, 70, 71, 146 Grover, Clifford; Junction City; 2. . ........... Groves, Sherman; Prentice; 4 ..25,76 Grzegozewski. Edmund; Thorp; 1 Gunderson, Dorothy; Iola; 2_____________________________ 40 Guyant, Mildred; Almond; 1 42. 51, 70 Haack, Vivian; Abbotsford; 1.. .. ......... 43. 52 Hafcrbeckcr, Gordon; Antigo; 3 40. 50, 72, 73, 80 Hafner, Geraldine; City; 3............................ 36 Haka, John; City; 1..................................... 42 Hale, Wayne; City; 1.. . .43, 52 Hamel, Louis; Arpin; 2...................... ........ Hannon, Elizabctn; City; 1 ... 42 Hannon, Joseph; City; 2............................... 69 Hanson, David; Rosholt; 1 ....43. 52 Hanson, Eva Rac; Amherst; 1 43, 62, 66, 107 Hanson, John; Abbotsford; 3 36,78 Hanson, Lorraine; Abbotsford; 1 .. .43, 52 Hardv, Vcrlin; Wisconsin Rapids; 2 .... Harris, Glen; Plainfield; 4 .... ...26,49 Hartvig, Charles; Iola; 4........................... 26,76 Hclke, Almira; Port Edwards; 1 ... .43, 52 Henninger, Harlow; Pittsvillc; 2 40 Henrichs, Vernon; Marshfield; 1. ____43, 50 Hergren, Douglas; Rhinelander; 1..................... Hctzel, Ruth; Almond, 2. 26, 52, 60 Hetzei. Willis; City; 4 .. 26, 57 Hickey, Anita; City; 2 _____________________________ 40. 58 Hicrl, Gerald; Wisconsin Rapids; 1 43, 57 Hill. Ethel; Washburn; 2 40, 50, 58, 74 Hinklcy, Norman; Port Edwards; 4 78, 79, 147 Hintz, Adeline; Westfield; 2. ... ..... Hintz, Emily; Amherst Junction; 1 43, 51, 60 Hintz, Genevieve; City; 2. 26, 52 Hitzkc, Franklin; Merrill; 3 36, 64, 85, 88, 90. 65 Hodcll, Raymond; City; (Special) 36, 68, 69, 110 Hoffman, Grace; City; 3 36 Holman, Jean; City; 1.... 43,78 Holmon, Lois; Waupaca; 2. 26, 40. 51. 61 Hoops, Wilbur; Spencer; 1 42. 51, 76 Hoppen, Mary; City; 2 Horn, Albert; City; 1 Hotvedt, Harriet; Nclsonvillc; 1 . 43, 52 Houck, Charles; City; 2 37, 85, 88 Houg, Katherine; Excland; 2 . 70 Harvcll, Dorothy; 1....................................... 52 Hoyt, Manson; Minoequa; 1 ..... Hrynicwicki, Henry; Thorp; 1 43, 57, 78 Hume, Vera; Endeavor; 3 ... 37 Hurd, Hazel; Almond; 2 .... 26,51 Hyland, Jane; Rhinelander; 4 ... 26, 48 Jasska, Thomas; Phelps; 3- • 37, 90,91,92 Jackson. Helene; Eagle River; 2 ... 26, 108 Jackson, Lucie; Wisconsin Rapids, 2 ..... Jacobs, Keith; Mosinec; 2....... ..................... Jacobs, Marjorie; City; 1 ... . 43,47,66,67 Jacobson, Norman; Nelsonvillc; 4 37. 50, 57, 68, 78 Jake!, Lorraine; Curtiss; 1 ... 43, 52 Jayne, Ruth; Madison; 2......... ..................... jensen. Anita; City; 2.................................. 41 indrick, Arnold; Yuba; 3 . 37,75,78 Iohnson, Bernard; City; 2 ....... ....... 113 ohnson, Betty; Wisconsin Rapids; 1 ... 43, 78 ohnson, Evelyn; Wvcvillc; 2... . . 41 ohnson, Helen; Endeavor; 1 42 ohnson, James; City; 2................................... 42 ohnson. Jane; Endeavor; 3 • . ... 37. 40, 44, 70 ohnson. Lorraine; Rhinelander; 2 40, 4S Johnson. Ruth; Wausau; 3 .37, 50. 55, 57, 58 Johnson, Wayne; Endeavor; 3 37 , 76, 109 Johnston. Donald; Appleton; 4 26, 85, 90. 91 Johnston, Truman; Aobotsford; 1 ... 76 Joling, Ruby; Vesper; 2 52 Jones, Elva; Oregon; 2 ..... . 26, 52 Jones, William; Oconto Falls; 2 .., 85, 86, 94 Joosten, Janet; Rudolph; 4............................... 26 jorgens, Gaylord; Scandinavia; 1 42 Jorgenson, Harriet; Almond; 2 . .......... JouBert. Ramona; Shawano; 2 .27, 51, 61 Joy, Park, City; 2 ...... 68,146 Jozwiak, Lawrence; Wisconsin Rapids; 2 . . 60 Judd, Winston; Bancroft; 2 ..... ................ jurezak, Edward; Knowlton; 2 . 27, 40, 52 Kaplun, Florence; Sheboygan; 1 .. 43, 50 Keehn, Mrs. Evelyn; Gty; 3 .. ..... Kellogg, Lulu; Tomah;...... .... Kendall, Paul; Crandon; 2.. 40 Kennedy, Pat; City; 2...... Kcttcrl, Theodore; Butternut; 3 27, 55, 64, 83. 82, 65 Kezewski, Elmer; Custer; 1 43 Kiedrow'ski, Frank; Custer; 2 41 Kilbanc, Catherine; Elroy; 2 . . .27, 52. 60 Kilbanc, Margaret; Elroy; 2 52. 60 Kilroc, Mabel; Wausau; 2.. ..... King, Bernard; Hawkins; 2 .... 41 King, Clarence; Edgar; 1... . _____ King, Cornelia; Edgar; 3.. ... 37,43 King, Harold; City; 1..................................... 42 King, Marcella; Edgar; 3 . 37.60 Kirschling. Melvin; City; 2 .. .27, 41, 51 Kirsling, Renetta; Amherst Junction, 1 ..43, 52, 60 Klosinski, Bernice; Custer; 2........ . ...27, 41, 51 Kluck, Leila; City; 1................................ . 42 Pogt 140Knox, William. Mansion; 4 ............ 27. 44 . 52. 57, 76 Knutson, Ruth. Valdcrs; 2 ................ 27,52.59.74 Knutson, Ula Mac; City; 2 4 Kobs. Delos; Colby; 3 • ---- Kochi, William; £ity; 3 . ----- Kohl, Jeanne; Marshfield; 1 Kohler, Eleanor, City; 1 Kohls, Charles. City; 3 Kordus, Beniamin; Mosmec; 2 Kosholick, Joseph. City; 3 Kratz, Margaret, Clintonville. 3 Kronslo, Bennie; Ioia; 1 Krcilkamp. Edgar; Mosmec; 4 Kreilkamp, Robert, Mosinee; 4 Krembs. Gerherd; City; 3 Krueger, Jane; Kaukauna; 1 Kubisiak, Carl; City; 4 Kubisiak. Helen; City; 2 Kubisiak. Katherine; Amherst, 1 Kuchnast, M.. Abbotsford; .. Kufcl, Mvron, Citv, 1 Kujawa, Margaret; City; 1 Kushman, Esther; Pelican Lake; 56. 70. 74. 75, 78. 110, 71 ......... 37. 56. 76. 78. 85 37. 103 4 . 52 . ... 42 3 63. 86. 106 40. 60. 73 37 37,66 43. SI ............ 27. 6J, 145 .. 27. 47. 63. 69 37. 50. 63. 69. 80. 146 ...... 42. 58 60 .. 43.52 58 ..... 42.60 42 I................. 27.47,74 Laing, Ethel; Montcllo; 2............... Lang. Leo; Marathon; 3 ........... Larson, Dorothy; City; 1.. ........... Larson. Jack; City; 3.............. . . Larson, Robert; City; 1 --- Larson, William; City; 4 ...... Laschkcwitsch. Benj.; Goodrich, N. D.; 3 Laschkcwitsch, Rcy; Goodrich, N. D.; 4 Laszewski. Daniel; City; 3. Lawrence. George; Citv; 2..... ........ Lawrie, Zeta; Auburndale; 1.......... Lee. Earle; City; 2................. Lee, Victor; Richland Center; 4 Lehman, Jack; Edgar, 2 ...... LcRoux, Warren; Plainfield; 3 Lictz, Edwin; Mosmec; 3....... Lightbodv, Edward; City; 3 Literski, Dorothy; City; 1 ........ Livingston, Jane; Plainfield; 4 - Livingston, John, Plainfield; 1 ..... Lloyd, Dorothy; Superior, Neb.; 2 Lockner, Mary; Arpin; 1 .. ..... Locwccke, Bill; Merrill; 2 ........... Loughrm, Cecelia; Green Bay; 3 Lucas. Woodrow; City; 2 Luenscr, Edward, Merrill; I Luchtcrhand, Vera; Greenwood; 2 Lucck, Verna; Marshfield;..... Luedtke, Mildred; Horicon; 4 Lukas, Martha; Deerbrook; 2............ Lund, Vernon; Northland; I Luther, Viola; Waupaca; 2 Luxem, Jean; Plover; 1 ...... 28. 52 • 37.52,60 43. 62 .. 37,85.86 42. 76 28. 76. 83. 146 37. 72. 73. 108. 68. 69, 81 28. 94 37. 49 ......41. 55 41 28, 78 37. 76. 78. 79 ........37,60 37. 49. 61. 113 43 28. 50. 61, 44 42, 93 41. 49, 58 42.49 . 85. 87. 148 47 47.64 85. 90. 91 28. 40. 52 43. 78 . .... 28. 58 51 43. 52 28.41. 52 .......... 52 Madsen, Anita, Phelps; 2 Mailer, Jean; City; 3 Mailer, William, City; 1 Mainland, Ann; City; 2 Mainland. Sara; City; 3 .... Male how. Clifford; City; 4 Malcscvich, Zorka; Mavvillc; 2 Malinovsky, Gladys; Portage. 4 Malshcski, Frances. Donald; 1 Manchcski, Alec; City; 1 ... Mannis. Israel; City; 4____ . . Marggi, Robert; Athens; 1 Marotz, Edna; Westfield; 1. Marshall, Marion; Omro; 4 Marshall, Marjorie; Thorp; 2 Martens, Arlylc; Spencer; 2.... Martens. Bernice; Unity; 1---- Marx, Eileen; City; 3 .. ..... Masc, Charles; Citv; 2. ....... Mastev, Florence; Pulaski; 2 Mateke, Oswald; Prentice; 1... 66. 74. 67 37. 70. 74 .....................42. 78 . .............. 58.70.74.71 47,74 28. 55. 113. 149 41 ................... 28.47.75 ................... 42 , 52 . 60 ......................... 42 78 42. 51 5S 28. 47, 75 ..................... 28. 40. 51 52 42. 51 .........37. 48. 55. 74 . 80. 82 64. 76 29,41,52.60, 70. 107.44.71 43.51.76 52 29. 85. 87 37. 55 43 40 29. 63.70. 103.71. 146. 100 Mayer, R., Junction City; .. McAllen, Edward, Waheno, 4 McAllen, Gordon, Waheno. 3 McConkle, Paul, Argonne; 1 McCormick. Alton. Plover, 2 McDonald. Ethel; Citv, 4 ... McDonald, Jack, Laperton; 2........... McDonald, William; Wisconsin Rapids; 2 McGctridge, Mary, Medford. 1.......... McGinlcv, Lawrence, Sheridan; 2 ..... McGuire. James. Citv; 4.............. McManncrs. R.; Black River Falls, 1 Mclchoir, Grace; New London; 2 ....... Metcalfe, Frank, Amherst; 2 .......... Mews, Harold. Auburndale. 1 .......... Meverden, Mcrville; Eland. 1. Meyer, Ted; City; 3........ Michaels. Earl, City; 3 Michaels, Mac. Cic , 4 ...| Miller, Gordon, Abbotsford, 1....................... Miller. Margaret; City; (Special) 29, 56, 58. 70, 75, 78. 82, 71 Miller. William; City; 1 42. 78, 79. 146 Mills, Ada; Endeavor, 2 Miner, Leo; City, 1 42 Mocschler, Leonard; City; 3............. • • • 58 Moore, Helen; Shullsburg; 2 41, 50, 58 Morcncy, Florence; Three Lakes; 2 . . 41, 51. 61, 58 Morgan. Grace; Bancroft; 4 ............... 29. 54 , 61,96 Mozuch, Katherine; City; 1 ......................... 43 Mullarkcy, Do othv; Bear Creek; 3 33, 54 . 63. 70 Mundt, Helen; Fort Atkinson; 1 42, 52 Murphy, Rita; Chilton; 4 ... 29. 54 . 55. 96 Murphy, Loretta, Chilton; 2.......................... 78 .............. 50 ...... 43.51.61 ..... 50. 60. 78 29. 85. 86. 90, 91 ... 43. 48. 78 ..... 47. 66, 67 .......40 43 50 37. 55. 69. 76. 77. 80. 81. 109 .......37. 44 . 50. 68. 93 29.79 Ncisus. Joe; Wabeno; 3 Nelson. Dorothv; Abbotsford; 1 Nelson, Ruth; Sawyer; 2 Newby. Joyce; Bancroft; 1 . Ncwhousc, Arietta; Marathon; 3 Nicholas, Hazel; Baraboo; (Special) Nimz, Fred; Wausau; 2 Nixon. Robert; City; 1 Nuck. Myrtle; Citv; 1 38. 55 .42. 49. 78 ....... 40 42. 51 .... 38.74 88. 90. 91 ....... 42 43. 59. Ill Okray, Grace; City; 2 ... Oleson, LaNorc; Mosinee; 3 Olingv. Harrison; City; 3 Olingv, La Verne; City; (Special) Oik, Robert; Citv; 1 Olsen, Edward; Elcho; 4 Olsen, Gundclla; City; 3 Olson, Donald; Citv; 3 Olson, Leonard; Iola;4 Olson. Marvin; Suring; 2 Ophoven, Joe; Antigo; 2 O’Reilly, Basil; Ncillsvillc; 1 Ostenson, Roy; Curtiss; 2 Ottem, Rubv; City; 3. Otto, Roy; Lyndhurst; 1 ... .... ” 41.48.59.96 38. 57. 58. 59. 61.80. 146. 149 38. 55. 57, 85, 87. 64 58, 75. 78. 79. 147 .......... 90,91 ...... 29.80.87 .......... 38.47 ...... 38. 69. 80 ...............50 40, 44. 68, 146 50. 72 . 73. 76. 80 ............. 42 ......29. 40. 52 ......96 50. 80. 85. 87 Pagenkoff, Geraldine; Wausau; 4 Palukas, Sophie; Goodman; 2 Parfrev, Frederick; Richland Center; 3 69. 75. Pasternaski, Maris; Cay; 1 Paulson. Carsten; Plainfield; 3 Paulstcn, Ruth; Galloway; 3 Peden. Lois; Unity; 3............ Pederson, Lynndred, Monico, 3 . .. Pennington, Otis; Birnamwood; 3 Perry, Joyce; Shebovgan; 1 Peterson, Delilah; Flamhcld; Peterson, Emily; Phillips; 4 Peterson, Helen; Dc Perc; 1.............. Peterson, Norman; City;............... Peterson, Roberta; Watertown, S. D.; 2 . Peterson, Vcrla; City; 4 ................ Phffncr, John; City; 1....... ........... Pfiffner, Robert; City; 2... ......... 38. ... 29. 47. 74 40. 4S 38. 50. 56. 68. 76. 78, 149. 80, 108 42. 60 38. 47. 82. 96. 109 ..............38 38. 76 42. 50 ...29. 51 30, 48,96 .......42 .......38 ...30. 101 42. 111. 34 69 Pay 141Pickering, Shirley; Plainfield; 1 ...... Piehl, Kathryn; Rhinelander; 1 42, 66. 67 Pionkoski, Thaddems; Rosholt; 2 .... 41 Pipe, Marjorie; Sheridan; 1 ... 42, 51 Pobicckc, John; Know Icon; 1 43 Pophal, Gilbert; Merrill; 4 . .. ........85, 86 Porter, Kathleen; Navarino; 2 30, 52 Poskey, Madeline; City; 3 41 Posluszny, Anthony; City; 3 38. 55, 76. 93 Preston, Helen; Ncillsvillc; 4 30, 44. 48. 60 Prcvillc, Mavis; City; 2. ..... 40, 70 Prusow, Libby; Marshfield; 4........ .... ....... Purcell, Frances; Wisconsin Rapids; 2 41 Quandt, George; Wausau; 2 40, 50. 76. 109 Raab, Earl; Loyal; 1.............. Radcmacher, Gotclind; Westboro; 1 Radkc, Vivian; Momcilo; 2 Randall, Mary; Plainfield. 2 Rath, Lcland; Almond; 1.. . Rathke, Ruth; Auburndalc; 1 Rathke, Wilburt; Merrill, 4 30, Kedemann, Jean; Fremont; 4 Reading, Robert; City; 1 Reiman, Mac; Iron River; 3 Richards, Betty; Portage; 2 Richards, Dorothy; City; 4 Richards. Patty; City; 1. ____ Rmka, Chester; City; 4 .... Risman, Junior, Star Lake; 2 Roberts, Marion; City; . Robinson. Mary; Nashville. 2 Rockefeller, Cal; City; 3 . .... Rodcncal, Alice; Berlin; 2........... Rogers, Margaret; City; 2 . Remon, Frances; Weyauwega; (Special). Rose, Eileen; City; 1........... ... Rozcllc, Ray; Wausau; 1............ Ruchti, Eleanor; Lodi; 2......... Ruchti, Margaret; Lodi; 1........... Runkcl, Phil; Wausau; 3..... Ruppcl, Ernst; Appleton; 2 Ruesch, Paul; Merrill; 2... 43 ......30, 40. 52 ................40. 52 42. 78 42. 74 52. 64. 76, 87, 86. 85 30. 62. 72, 73, 66, 67 ..............42 38, 47 , 74 44. 47. 59. 96. 70. 71 30. 56. 75. 78. 71 43 30, 90, 91 52 31. 58 59 38.76 30. 41. 74 80. 82, 96. 67 42. 70, 71 43. 75. 78 43. 80, 108. 146 50. 66, 80. 82, 67 38, 103, 146, 105 40. 85, 86 64, 143 Sachtjcn, Robert; Mazomanic; 3 38 Sanders, Luida; Wittenberg; 1 42, 53, 59. 61 Sandmire, Corinne; Richland Center; 2 41, 50. 58 Sargeant, Marguerite; City; 2 Sargent. Loyal; Junction City; 1 Schccl, Harold; Spencer; 2 40, 75, 78 Schclsnes, Ole; City; 3 38, 52 Schiilingcr, Otto; Edgar; 2 30, 40, 52 Schiclkc, Herbert; Gleason; 1 ... 43 Schmidt, Mildred; Iola; 2 30. 52 Schneider. Eleanor; City; 1 42 Schneider, Frank; Green Bay; ... 90, 91 Schnick, Vivian; Hixton; 4 .. . 31, 61 SchofT, Anna; Plainvillc; 2........................ . 31,52 Schrank, Joan; City; 3 .... 33. 57. 58, 146 Schucttpclz, Elsie; Suring; 1 43. 51 Schuiist, Irene; Junction City; 2 41. 50. 58 Schultz. Marcella; Marshfield; 3 38 . 59, 96 Schwahn, Betty; Citv; 3 38, 47, 66, 110 Schwingcl, Evelyn; Richland Center; 2 41, 58, 62. 66. 75, 78. 67, 147 Schwingcl, La Verne. Richland Center. 3 38, 49, 68, 69. 75.78.67.81. 146. 147 Seffern, Duncan; Manawa; 2........ . 90 Sell, Alvin; Merrill; 1 ... ...................... 43, 85, 90 Shcarier, Earl; Wisconsin Rapids; 3 . .38, 57 Sicvwright, James; City; 1........................... Siebert, Earle; Birnamwood; 1 .. 42 Simonds, Luclla; City; 2. 40, 58 Sister Euphebia, M.; City; 1 Sister, Hcnrica, M.; City; 2. ... Sister Humilia, M.; City; 3.... Sister Perpetua, M.; City; 2. . Sister Wcnscslas, M.; Gty; 3 -. Skinner, George; City; 4 ...... Skinner, Maynard; City; 3 Skinner, Walter; City; 1. Skalski, Alfred; City; 1 Slotwinski, Edwin; City; 2 Smith, Betty; Gillett; 1... . . Smith, Florence; Tomahawk; 2 Smith, LaRuc; Shawano; 2 Smith. Maurice; Tomahawk. 1 Smith, Ruth; Plainfield; 4 Snyder, M.; Clinton;... . Soderberg, Doris; Thorp; 1 Solsrud, Ruth; Tony; 2 Sonnenberg, Evelyn; City; 2 Sorenson. Lucille; Unity; 1 Spieth, A.;........ Spindlcr, G. Dearborn; City; 2 Sprague, Clifford; City; 2 Sprcda, James; City; 3 ....... Stapcl, Arthur; Spencer; 3 Stauffachcr, Irene; Monroe; 4 Stefl, Tyrus; Tilleda; 1 .... Steinberg, Norma; Shawano; 1 Steiner, John; City; 3____ Steiner, Nancy; City; 1 Stoltcnbcrg, Ethel; City; 2 Stone, Kathleen; Wittenberg, 2 Storandt, Kenneth; East Salem; 3 Strock, Bernard; Custer; 2 Stropc. Douglas; City; 3 Sturm. Carlyle; City; 2 Sturm, Mary; Knowlton; 3 Sullivan, Joyce; City; 1........ Swanson, Carl; City; 2........ Syth, Alberta; Greenwood; 2 Szymanski. Alex; Marathon; 1 Szymanski, Frank; Marathon; 2 Taylor, John; City; 1........... Taylor, Lawrence; City; 2 Tcnlcy, Mary; Wabeno; 4 Testin, Marguerite; Waupaca; 2 Tctzlcr, Emil; Eagle River; 2 Theisen, Elcanorc; Loyal; 2 Thompson, John; Mosincc; 2 Thompson, Viola; Wausaukee; 4 Thornberry, Jewel; Pelican Lake; Thornton. Helen; Shiocton; 2 Thorson, Phillip; Ogema; 2 Tighc, Leo; Sparta; 1...... Timm. Rosalie; Manawa; 4 Torbenson, Charles; City; 4.. Torkclson, Elida, Merrill; 2 Torkclson, Elouise; Merrill; 2 Torkclson, Margaret; Merrill; 4 Totzkc, Albert; Edgar; 4 Trowbridge, Leslie; Millodorc; 2 Twamlcy, Elva; City; 2 .. Tuszka, Dorothy; City; 1 ........ Tylk, Helen; Mosincc; 4......... 43 43 85, 88 43. 50, 66. 59, 67 48. 59. 74 40. 78, 80. 109 ...........86, 90. 92 31, 41. 54, 61. 96 .................58 43, 59. 60, 74 31.40. 52. 59. 74. SO ................41, 50 .........42, 51 52 40, 50, 64, 82, 65 40. 50. 57. 80 38. 64. 76 31. 47. 74. 82, 96 .74 50, 77, 78. 146 43. 50. 66. 101,67 40. 49. 57 ..........31. 51,61 38. 50. 56. 69, 6S, 75. 78. 79. 80. 149 39 6S 39 43. 52 .....................69 .............31.40.52 43 31, 51 ......................43. 76 40. 60 31 ................31,40. 52 41.52 39. 49, 60, 70, 80, 96. 71 ..................... 40 1 43 50.58 69, 80. 68, 146 108 31, 62. 63, 68, 69. 100 40. 58, 61, 74 ...............61 .............31,52.74 ...............32 ....41 32. 52 42 ..................... 32.60 Ullman, Mary; Ncccdah; 4 32 Van Natta, Janette; Ossco; 2 41.74, 80, 108 Van Dyke. La Verne; Little Chute; 1 42, 85, 87, 90, 91. 94 Van Gilder, Ledah; Wittenberg; 3 39. 44 , 61 Vaughn, Donald; Wisconsin Rapids, 4 32 Vccacr, Alberta; Friendship. 4 32, 58 Vennic, Robert; City; 3 .................... 39, 49, 57, 80. 81 Vcrrill, John; City; 4 ............... 32. 57. 64, 72, 73, 108 Vincent, Jack; City; 1..... ................ . .. 43, 64,76 Voclz, Germaine; Marion; 2.................................52 Voith, Clifford; Junction City; 2........................ Wackholz, Edward; Spencer; 1 Wachtl, Marion; Mosincc; 3 Wake, Barbara; Galesburg, III.; 3 Walch, James; Manawa; 3-.... Walker, Joanna; Wautoma; 4 Wall, James; Madison; 1.... ..........42, 76, 78 ..............39,47 39. 41. 44, 48, 74. 80 .......32. 63, 64 .......32 , 47, 62 , 67 Pay 142Walsh, Loretu; City; 4............... ................ Wilson, Robert; City; 1........................................ Wanta, Leone; City; 1 .............................. 43, 52 Winarski, Grace; Gey; 1..........................42. 49. 75 Wanta. Lorraine; City; 2 52 Winarski, Jeanette; City; 3 39,55 Warbclton, Marccllinc; City; 2 39, 47, 59. 96 Wind. Mabel; Camp Douglas; 2 40, 48 Warner, Henry; City; 2 90,91,64 Winch, LaRac; Marshfield; 1 43.47,70 Warren, Betty; Baraboo, 1 43, 50, 67 Winch, Samuel, Marshfield; 4 32, 75 Warzinik, Genevieve; Merrill; 4 32,70 Wirkus. Carmclita; Edgar; 1 . 43,47,60,70 Webster, Z Iphia; Amherst; 3 39, 50, 62. 66. 80. 67 Wohlfcrt, Glia; Oxford; 3 39. 50. 58. 74. 78 . 95 Weik. Ruth; Wausau; 2______ .. Wolf. Kathleen; City; 1 .. 42 Weiler, June; Auburndalc; 3 39.59.60,74 Worscncroft. Philip; Thorp; 4 ... 32, 78 Weingartner. Frances; Lake Delton; 2 ... 64 Wright. Fred; Granton; 2 40 Weingartner, Ray; Lake Delton; 4 .39, 55. 64. 85, 86, 148 Wrzinski, Edna; City; 1 43, 52 Wepking, Russell; Highland; 1 42, 52 Werth, Arlic; Wittenberg, 4 32,52,55 Yach, Harry; City; 2 40,50 Westfahl, Ervin; Eland; 4 32 Yetter, Ellen; City; 2................................... 40 Wheeler, W.; Union Grove; 52 Young, Dan; Bancroft; 2 85 Whipple, Inman; City; 32. 48, 68, 149, 93 Yulga, Bernard; City; 2 ....... 41, 49 Wichman, Carol; Athens; 1 42, 51 Wiersig, Raymond; Colby; 2 42, 86, 64 Zakrzeski, Grace; Citv; 1. 43, 60, 78, 79 Wilking, Lila, Montcllo; 1 43. 51 Zaskc, Arnold; Westfield; 1................................ 43 Will, Ruth; Marquette; 4 32, 47, 74 Zimmer, Granville; City; 2.................... 40, 64, 76, 82, 83 Williams, Claire; Pewaukee; 41, 58, 70 Zimmerman, Anne; Wisconsin Rapids; 1 43 Pait 143Ed. Kreilkamp ... the Schwingcl—McDonald “Adagio Duo” . . . “Parky" Joy . . .Jerry Krembs ... if in doubt, C. Philip Thorson . . . Bill Larson . . . Ruchti and Bohan . . . Marv. Olson bids against Bill Miller . . . Duggan . . . Bentz cries for Abe, the fiend, to desist (weigh this for yourself) . . . Johnny Steiner . . . believe it or not, Schwingcl and Faust . . . more dormites . . . Colby and Runkel work for College Theater . . . P y 144Eylcr, "Sonny" Olingy, "Poisoncttc" Schvvingcl. . . Prof. Faust . . . "Stradclla" Dakin . . . Atkins (the older) and Herby, the bus driver . . . the Beeler boys, Dick and Herb . . . (below) Joe Marimba is mourned for the fourth day straight . . . Atkins (the younger) and Dick, the other driver . . . "Hell Week" on tour . . . Hinklcy "pays" for that two o’clock floor show—(Poison and Abe, executioners) . . . our director smiles because he's out . . . P‘ 145€ I f ft m ■ cpMwfil ' J A _o III fijmu uu S7 :S i T r 9 III • Jf Burroughs bids cJubs (probably to be used in College Grammar — wood meets wood,' good joke, get it?') . . . Looking cast on Main toward the "Dorm" . . . Evans . . . Chi Dclts . . . Physics . . . stock picture of the college CNo. 741 in the Iris files) . . . every time Dregne bends his elbow, his mouth flics open . . . 146Pugilist Whipple forsakes the "ring" ... a couple of “dormites" feign study (never you Oleson) Ex-editor Malchow dons "tails" . . . Cady ponders weak and weary . . . Storandt and Eyler "pour” Parfrey into the proverbial stiff front . . . Tolo once was smaller ("pipe" the dimpled hand) . . . George Washington never aimed at a smoke stack . . . delirium tremens . . . P i 147AUTOGRAPHS Pagt USAUTOGRAPHSAUTOGRAPHS Pag m“Close to the Heart of Wisconsin In Service as well as Location . . . C. S. T. C.” Wisconsin Marine, Nov., 1928. p v in- —


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