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We present to you this IRIS of 1939 with the hope that it is something you can enjoy and cherish as a souvenir of your happy days spent here at C. S. T. C. Our theme is that of an airplane view, with the idea of giving to you a "flying sight" of a year in our school, its happiness, its work, its trials and disappointments and its personal success. We hope you like it! Because it was made for you, by you and because of you! I N T R O D U O Nc E N T R A L • • S TATE • s Lii LU 1- N S p O 1 N TTEACHERS • • • • • w i s c O L L E 6 E c O N S 1 NFRANK S. HYER With the retirement of President Hyer last year the school lost a truly capable man and a kind leader. It also lost one of the "old guard", for President Hyer has spent fifty years in educational service, many of which he has given to this school. We say goodbye to President Hyer, after the first year without him, and wish him success and happiness in all his doings.Few satisfactions in life are greater than the realization that one is privileged to participate in and is necessary to the vital affairs of his fellow men. It is not the kind of work so much as it is the appreciation of the social signihcance of the work that renders satisfaction. It is a great privilege and responsibility to be a teacher in our generation. I regret that I shall no longer be able to share with you the life at Central State. However, the semester I spent at this delightful place shall always remain one of the most interesting, and pleasant experiences in my life.DIVISION ONE The People DIVISION TWO heir Activities DIVISION THREE heir DiversionsTHE IRIS STAFF Editor.........................................Dearborn Spindler Assistant Editor............................Gordon Haferbecker Senior Editors . . . Eleanor Ruchti, Peggy Glennon Faculty Editors . . Evelyn Stoltenberg. Betty Richards Men's Athletics...................................Mason Atwood Women's Athletics............................................Jean Holman Departmental Editors . . Janette Van Natta, Earle Siebert, Eleanor Breeden Organization Editors . . LaNore Oleson, Ruth Johnson Index Editors . . . Betty Smith, Merville Merverden Proof Reader......................................Kathleen Stone Forensics..................................Margaret Becker Music Editors .... Harold Scheel, Eyleene Atkins Copy Editor...........................................Jack Taylor Photographers . . Clifford Sprague. Head Photographer, Roland Cady. Vernon Henrichs Typist...............................................Grace Okray Layout Artists . . Evelyn Sonnenberg, Truman Johnston Social Editors .... James Murat, Nancy Steiner, Kathryn Tyler Business Manager................................Bernard Johnson Assistant Business Managers . Neal Brown, Florence Smith Circulation Manager........................Wallace Wheeler Faculty Advisor......................................T. A. RogersT H E P E O P3ftt Hemnriam Whereas, Our Heavenly Father in His divine wisdom and infinite love has summoned to his reward our highly respected and efficient regent, George H. Martens; and Whereas, in the death of Regent Martens Central State Teachers College has lost an able administrator and a sincere friend; and Whereas, we fully realize the loss which has come to our entire community and to this state in the passing of a man who in his daily living most truly exemplified the ideal American; and Whereas, we shall ever remember him as a man of strong convictions, unselfish in all relationships with his fellow men and as conscientious in the performance of every act as though it were his last; therefore be it Resolved, that we as a faculty express our deep admiration for and our sincere appreciation of Mr. Martens; and be it further Resolved, that we express our heartfelt sympathy to his bereaved wife and children, to his sorrowing father and other relatives, with a prayer to the Divine One that fortitude may be granted them in this, their time of grief; and be it finally Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to his family, to the Board of Normal School Regents, to the Portage County Bar Association and to the Stevens Point Daily Journal, and that they be included in the records of our faculty organization. (Signed) BESSIE MAY ALLEN T. A. ROGERS O. W. NEALE [12]GEORGE H. MARTENS Died, February 23, 1939 [»3]ADMINISTRATION E. T. SMITH W. S. DELZELL Central State Teachers College is an institution which fills a dual role in the field of education. It not only is an institution of higher learning, where young men and women may achieve education in the arts and sciences, but, as a training school for teachers, is a vital force in the entire educational structure of the state. To maintain the progress that has marked the history of Central State is the challenge to all of us, and it is a privilege and a pleasure for me to be associated, in this exalted service, with a faculty so loyal and a student body so spirited as those at Central State. Sincerely, Regent. DEAN STEINER We do not live in a static civilization. The world changes and to be efficient, we must change with it. Perhaps one of the greatest challenges today is: "Can you keep pace with an ever changing world?” Nor is it sufficient to conform. Never before has there been greater need for leadership. It has ever been the aim of Central State Teachers College to keep abreast of the times in its field of endeavor to provide educational leadership. It is a pleasure to have this opportunity to greet the college: in this respect the members of the Iris staff have been most considerate. Of course, we all regret the loss of President Falk. His leadership gave every promise of being most productive. But the school must go on and it will be my constant care to make it go forward in every constructive path. It is my hope to hand the institution over to its new head, soon to be chosen, in better shape than I received it. This is a high ambition and I wish to seek the active cooperation of all, students and faculty alike, in its realization. • J, Acting President.FACULTY PERSONALITIES NESTOR FLODIN One of the newcomers to C.S.T.C., Mr. Flodin has already been marked as a man who will go far in his profession. His scholarly attitude and his deep knowledge of the intricacies of chemistry set him off as a man who knows what he is talking about, and why! No older than many students in our college, Mr. Flodin is already far in his study of chemistry and has received the status of Ph.D. from Chicago University. CHARLES EVANS In Mr. Evans our school has indeed been fortunate, for besides being an interesting and instructive teacher, he possesses an extraordinary sense of humor which he illustrates by a collection of ''par-excellence” jokes. Well-known and liked by all, Mr. Evans fills a prominent place in the student heart, for he is right in there as organizer of the Homecoming Parade and numefous other pep functions. His hobbies are hunting, fishing, amateur carpentry and a bird-dog named "Jerry." It would be hard to say which one occupies the most important place in his scope of activities, for all take a great share of his interest and time. ERNEST SMITH The veteran faculty member from the point of years of service in this school, Mr. Smith truly represents the spirit of devotion to service and work which has made this college rise from a comparatively small Normal school to one of the largest and best Teachers colleges in Wisconsin. His scholarship and keen observation of world affairs make him an interesting, popular instructor and speaker. His knowledge of the background of this school and his own personal ability make him a happy choice for the position of acting president, which he has filled for the past semester. [15]FACULTY PERSONALITIES ARTHUR LYNESS As instructor in the Department of Biological Science. Dr. Lyness is an integral part of our school system. His kind, efficient and systematic teaching has left its good mark on many of our students. Truly a man of strong spirit and will. Dr. Lyness is one whom the students feel to be a true friend of all, and the kindly helper of many. HERBERT STEINER As an alumnus of this school, by his marriage to a C.S.T.C. graduate, by the graduation of two sons from this college and with a daughter who is a student here at the present time, plus his very active association with the school as Dean of Men and History instructor, Mr. Steiner may truly be said to be rather definitely attached to Central State Teachers College. Humorous, jovial, he is one of the most popular of the school's professors. Teacher, friend and sportsman, his interests are varied and fascinating. His main avocational interests are fishing, hunting and his Waupaca Lakes cottage. HELEN GORMLEY As the new physical education instructor. Miss "Pat" Gormley has brought to this institution a very interesting personality and outstanding ability. Popular with the students, her gay smile and cheery "Hi" have made her well-known about the campus. Active socially as well as in a curricular way, she attends many of the social functions during the school year. [161FACULTY ALLEN. BESSIE MAY Iowa State Teachers College. Columbia U.. B.S., M.A. Graduate study: U. of Chicago. Columbia U. Homo Economics, Social Scionco. ALLE2. GEORGE C. U. of Washington. B.A. School of Library Service. Columbia U., B.S.. M.A. Librarian. Loavo of Absence. BURROUGHS. LELAND M. Wabash College, A.A. U. of Michigan. M.A. Graduate: King's College of Oratory. English, Speech. 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. Graduate: Columbia U. Director, Primary; Education, English. COLBY. DONALD J. Central State Teachers College, B.S. Radio; Assistant, Visual Education. CARLSTEN. EDNA C. Art Institute. Chicago. B.A.E. U. of Illinois: Chicago U. Art. DAVIDOFF. ADELE U. of Wisconsin, B.S., M.A., Graduate Work. Physical Education lor Women. [17]FACULTY DAVIS. MILDRED U. of Iowa. B.A.. M.A., Graduate Work. Foreign Travel. Study. French, English Literature. FAUST. GILBERT W. U. of Wisconsin. B.S. Chemistry. DEARBORN. FRANCES R. Iowa State Teachers College. Critic Diploma. U. of Iowa. A.B.. M.A. U. of Southern California. State University of Indiana. Training Teacher. Second Grade. DIEHL. LEAH L. U. of Chicago. Ph.B.. M.A. Training Teacher. Fourth Grade. EVANS. CHARLES C. Ohio Wosleyan U., B.Sc. Chicago U.. M.S. Graduate Study: Yale U., U. of Wisconsin. Bacteriology. Biology. Physiology. Anatomy. FINCH. JOSEPHINE M. House Mother. Nelson Hall. FLODIN, NESTOR U. of Chicago. B.A., Ph.D. Chemistry. FRIEDRICK. RUTH U. of Iowa. B.A.. M.A., Ph.D. History. [IS]FACULTY GORMLEY. HELEN U. of Wisconsin. B.S.. M.S. Director of Physical Education for Women. Training School. HERRICK. ALFRED JAMES U. of Wisconsin. Ph.B.. Graduate Work. U. of Minnesota. U. of Chicago. Training School Principal. HANNA. MARY E. Central State Teachers College. B.S. Graduate Study: U. of Minnesota. English, Geography. HANSON. GERTIE L. U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B., Ph.M. Training Teacher, Junior High School. Leave of Absence. HEYER. CHARLES M. U. of Wisconsin, B.S. Physical Education lor Men. JAYNE. CLARENCE D. U. of Washington. A.B. U. of Wisconsin. Ph.D. Training Teacher, Intermediate Department. Visual Education. HERLING. JOHN P. U. of Wisconsin. B.A. Library Certificate Wisconsin Library School. Assistant Librarian. JENKINS. WARREN GARD Miami U., A.B. U. of Wisconsin. M.A. American History. 09]FACULTY JONES. JESSIE E. U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B. U. of Chicago, M.A. Botany, Biology. Leave ol Absence. L1NDEMAN, JUNE Madison College, Madison. Wisconsin. OZ ice Secretary. KNUTZEN. NORMAN E. Lawrence College. A.B., AM. U. of Chicago. English. LOOMER. ZELLA U. of Wisconsin. B.A., M.A. English critic. Junior High School. KOTAL. EDWARD Lawrence College, Ph.B. Director ol Athletics. LYNESS. ARTHUR S. Kansas State Teachers College, B.S. U. of Iowa. M.S., Ph.D. Biology. LA VIGNE, BESSIE U. of Minnesota. B.S. Rural Demonstration School. MANSUR. LULU M. Library School Columbia University. Library. {20]FACULTY MARRS. DR. F. A. Purduo U., Ph.G. Northwestern U., Medical School. School Physician. MASON. SYBLE ETHEL Central State Teachers College. B.E. U. of Wisconsin. Librarian Certificate. Assistant Librarian. MATRAVERS. CHESTER H. U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B.. Ph.M. Teachers College, Columbia U. Organic School of Education, Fairhope, Ala. Now York U.. Candidate for Ed.D. Philosophy, Psychology. Education. MESTON. HELEN Doane College, B.S. Columbia U.. B.S. M.A. Home Economics. English. MICHELSEN. PETER J. MOTT, JOSEPH NEALE, OSCAR NEUBERGER. MARY K. Music Conservatory of Oslo. Vandor-Cook School of Music. Director of Music. National University, M.A. English. Education. Fremont College. B.A. Denison U. U. of Chicago. U. of Minnesota. Diroctor of Rural Department. St. Joseph’s Hospital, Milwaukee, R.N. School Nurse. [21]FACULTY NIXON. A. FLOYD Indiana U.. A.B. U. of Chicago. A.M. Ohio State University, Ph.S. Mathematics. PFEIFFER. LYDIA MARIE U. of Wisconsin. Ph.B. Columbia U.. M.A. Training Teacher, Fifth Grade. PIERCE. BURTON R. Ripen College. Ph.B. Central State Teachers College. Graduate Work: U. of Chicago. U. ol Iowa. M.A. Junior High School Principal. REPPEN. NELS. O. U. of Wisconsin. A.A.. A.M., Ph.D. Social Science. RICHARDSON. BEATRICE E. U. of Wisconsin. B.S.. M.A. Graduate Work: Merrill Palmer School, Detroit, Michigan. Physical Education for Women. Leave of Absence. RIGHTSELL. RAYMOND M. Indiana State Toachors College, B.A. U. ol Cincinnati. M.A. Physics. PIERSON. EDGAR P. Iowa Wesleyan College, B.S. State Univorsity of Iowa. M.S.. Ph.D. Biology. Botany. ROACH. MAY M. Central State Toachers College. Columbia U. U. of Minnesota. B.S. Graduate Work. English. Education. [22]FACULTY ROGERS. THOMAS A. Illinois Wesleyan U.. B.S. Pennsylvania State College. M.S. Chemistry. ROLFSON. CAROLYN G. Financial Secretary—Treasurer. SCHMEECKLE. FRED J. State Teachers College, Kearnoy. Nebraska. A.B. U. of Minnesota, M.S. Agriculture. Chemistry. General Science. Conservation. SMITH. ERNEST T. Bowdoin College, A.B. U. of Chicago. M.A. Director of High School Department. History. Social Science. STEIN. GEORGE V. STEINER. H. R. STULL. HARRIET SWALLOW. MARIE Chief Engineer. U. of Wisconsin, Ph.B., Ph.M. Graduate Study, Harvard. History. Social Science. U. of Iov a, B.A. Colorado College of Education, M.A. Training Toacher, Junior High School. Training School Secretary. [23]FACULTY THOMPSON. VICTOR E. Stout Institute. U. of Wisconsin. Ph.B., Ph.M. Graduate Work: U. of Wisconsin. U. of Colorado. Industrial Arts, Mathematics. TOBIAS. ADDA U. of Chicago. Ph.B. Teachers College, Columbia U.. M.A. Training Teacher, First Grade. 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. VAN DERAA, MARY JANE Secretary. Advanced Standing Committee. WATSON. CHARLES F. U. of Chicago. B.S., M.S. Geography. Conservation. WILSON. EMILY Kansas State Teachers College, B.S. U. of Chicago, Ph.B. Kansas State College, M.S. Home Economics. [24]Each year we take in above fifty new girls at Nelson Hall to fill the places left vacant by graduates of the college. We strive to make these strangers feel at home and realize at once that they are a part of our household. Organized effort is employed and committees chosen to plan ways for the new girls to become acquainted. Our Freshmen initiation is one of our pleasantest and most carefully planned social affairs of the year. By being so cordially received these girls are made to feel that they truly belong and so feel at home, among friends and that any rules for conduct are fair and just and cheerfully obeyed. NELSON HALL [25]Mr. Steiner waters his lawn Mr. Rogers in his work clothes Mr. Thompson Ye good life! A pause in the day's fishing Real Christmas spirit Mr. Jenkins back from a bit of cold-weather fishingFACULTY WIVES Back—Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Lyness, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Reppen, Mrs. Moston, Mrs. Marrs, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Rightsell, Mrs. Hyer, Mrs. Tolo, Mrs. Matravers, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Steiner, Mrs. Herrick, Mrs. Falk, Mrs. Kotal. Mrs. Mott. Front—Mrs. Nealo, Mrs. Nixon Mrs. Tobias, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Michelsen, Mrs. Jayne, Mrs. Spindler. CLASSESSENIORS Akins, Jayne Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: English; Forum 2, 3. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4. Historian 4; Omega Mu Chi 4; Debate 4. Bartels, Kenneth Endeavor, Wisconsin; Four Year Rural-State Graded Course; Major: History; Band 3, 4; Rural Life Club 3. 4; Vice • President 3, President 4; Radio 4. Borgsbakon. Dorothy Shiocton, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Y. W. C. A. 2. Brown, Dorothy Stevens Point. Wisconsin: Two Year Rural - State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2. Albert, Ruth Junction City, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural • State Graded Course; Athletics 1. Anderson, Della Brantwood. Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life 1, 2; Lutheran Students 1, 2. Anderson, Gladys Big Falls, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Lutheran Studonts Association 1, 2, President 1; Pep Club 1, 2. Beggs. Zita Belongia, Eugene Benke, Clarence dent 4: Brown, Lorraine Eland, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2: Rural Life Chorus 1, 2: Y. W. C. A. 2. Major: Chemistry Chi Delta Rho 3. 4 Forum 1. 2, 3, 4. Esther Wisconsin; Year Intermediate 'Course; Major: Geography; G 1 o e Club 3 Grammar Round Table 2, 3, 4: Rural Life Ciub 1; Y. W. C. A. 1. 2, 3. Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Geography; Football 1; Hockey 3, 4; Forum 1, 2. 3, 4; S Club 2, 3, 4: Loyola 1. 2. 3, 4: Athletic Manager 2, 3. 4; Track 1. Block, Lucille New consin; Glee Vice Bowersock. Marguerite Stevens Point, Wis-Two Year State Graded Rural Life 2. Plainfield, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Gradod Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. Mountain. Wisconsin: Four Year State-Graded Principal Course; Major: General Science; Rural Life Club 2. 3. 4: Loyola 2, 3; Radio 2. 3; Basketball 2. 3. Anderson, Margaret Amherst, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Rural Life Chorus 1: Lutheran Students Association 1, 2. Behnke, Ruth Belleville, Wisconsin: Four Year H. S.; Major: Home Economics; Forum 1, 2. 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Vice-President 4; Tau Gamma Beta 2. 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic 4; Girls' Glee Club 1. 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. 4; Photo Club 3, 4. Brehm, Minnie Mae Colby, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; W. A. A. 1. 2; Y. W. C. A. 2; Rural Life Club 1. 2. Butler. Elizabeth Elroy, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course: Rural Life Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 2. Cady, Roland Birnamwood, Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Chemistry; Forum 1. 2, 3, 4; Photo Club 2, 3, 4. President 3; Bloc 3. 4: Sigma Zeta 3. 4. President 4; Iris Staff 3. 4. Clark. Dorothy Wausau, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S.; Major: History; Loyola 1. 2, 3. 4; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4. Carmody, Marguerite Egg Harbor, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course: Glee Club 1; Debate 1; Rural Life I. 2. Clements, William H. Vesper, Wisconsin: Four Year State Graded; Major: English; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; College Quartet 1. 2; Chorus 3. 4; Bloc 3. 4. President 4: Rural Life Club 1, 2. 3, 4, President 3; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4. Cauley. Rose Marie Custer, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Loyola 1. 2. Copes, Oscar Tomahawk. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Major: History; Football 1. 2, 3, 4. Captain 3: Basketball 1. 2. 3; Track 2; S Club 1. 2, 3. 4. Christiansen. Hans Wittenberg, Wisconsin; Four Year State Graded; Major: History; Rural Life 1, 2, 3, 4; Bloc 3. 4; Social Science Club 4; Glee Club 3. 4. Cowlos, Gordon Wittenberg, Wisconsin; Four Year State Graded Course; Major: Gonoral Science.-Rural Life Club Chorus 3. 4, Director 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3; Chi Delta Rho 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Dramatics 1, 3. Ciula, Kathryn Knowlton, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course: Rural Life 1. 2; Loyola 1. 2; Pep Club 1. Dewey. Dorene Mather. Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course.SENIORS Dix, Ireno Colby. Wisconsin: Four Year Primary Course: Pep Club 2. 3; Primary Council 1. 2, 3. 4; Tau Gamma Beta 1. 2, 3. 4. Vice-President 3. Dunigan. Margaret I. Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; Four Year Intermediate Course; Major: History; Grammar Round Table. Grandkoski. Ray Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course: Major: English: Track 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 2, 3: S Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forum I, 2, 3. 4; Debate 1; Dramatics 1. 2. Hamel, Louis Arpin, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1: Band Directing 1; Students Art League President 3; Rural Life 2, 3. Dolansky. Cecelia Eagle River, Wisconsin: Four Year Intermediate Course; Major: Geography; W. A. A. 1. 2; Grammar Round Table 1. 2, 3, 4: Loyola Cub 1, 2, 3. 4. Donermeyer. Eva Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course Forum 1. 2. 3, 4. Dopp, Elizabeth Wild Rose, Wisconsin: Four Year Primary Course; Glee Club 4; Forum 1. 2: Primary Council 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Vice-President 4: Omega Mu Chi 4. Fisher, Hazel Spencer, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Majors: Science, History: Forum 1. 2, 3. 4: W. A. A. 4. Flowers. Truman Lena, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History. Grove, Gladys Brillian, W Four Yea Course: M Home Gene Foru Ho 1, VifO-Pr' dent 3 Pres ‘ Repor tNe r Gamma Be Sigma Zota W. C. A. 2. Hanson, John Abbotsford, Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Forum 1. 2, 3. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Kappa Rho 3. 4, Treasurer 4; Sigma Zeta 2, 3, 4. Fonstad. Clifton New London, Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Chemistry, General Science; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Band 1. 2. 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 2. 4: Sigma Zeta 2, 4. Haack, Vivian Abbotsford, Wiscon-Two Year Rural Graded Course 1 Life Club 1. 2 Y V C. A. 2. Abbotsford. Wisconsin; Two Year Retaliate Graded Course; Rural Life 1, 2; Rural Life Choir 1. 2; Y. W. C. A. 2: Art Club 2. olko. Almira Edwards. Wis-Two Year - State Graded Cour u Rural Life 1. 2; Phdto Club I; Rural Life Chorus 2. Hintz, Emily Amherst Junction, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural • State Graded Course: Rural Life Club 1. 2; Loyola Club 1, 2. Howell, Dorothy Gresham, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Y. W. C. A. 2; Rural Life 1. 2. Hitzke, Franklin Merrill. Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Co-captain 4; Basketball 1, 3: Chi Delta Rho 1, 2, 3. 4, President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4: Class Secretary 2; Class President 4: S Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 3, 4; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4. Jaaska, Thomas Phelps, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Basketball 2, 3. 4; S Club 2. 3, 4; Forum 1. 2, 3. 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 4. Hoffman, Grace Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Four Year Primary Course: Primary Council 1. 2, 3. 4. Jacobson, Norman Nelsonville, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Band 2, 3, 4; Photo Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Rho 4. Hoops, Wilbur Spencer, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Rural Life Chorus 1, 2; Rural Life Band 2. Jindrick. Arnold Hillshow. Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Biological Science. History; Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 3; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4. Dopp, Jean Wild Rose. Wisconsin: Four Year H. S.; Major: Biological Science; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, President 4: Sigma Zeta 4: Omega Mu Chi 4, Secretary 4. Goldberg, John C. Wisconsin Rapids. Wisconsin: Two Year Rural - State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 2. Haferbocker. Gordon Anti go, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S.; Major; English: Iris 3. 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4, Treasurer 4, President 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4: Alpha Psi Omega 4; Debate 3. 4, Business Manager 4; College Theatre 3, 4; Forum 3, 4: Class Treasurer 4; Radio 3. Hinkley, Norman Port Edwards. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: General Science. History: Glee Club 1: Band 1, 2. 3. 4. Manager 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 4; Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4; Photo Gub 1, 2; Chi Delta Rho 4; Senior Ball Decoration Chairman. Hotvedt, Harriet Nelsonville, Wisconsin ; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Rural Life Band 2; Band 2. Johnson. Floyd Elroy. Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course: Rural Life Club 2.SENIORS Johnson, Ruth I. Wausau, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Sigma Zeta 2, 3, 4, Recorder-Treasurer 4; Iris Staff 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Photo Club 1, 2, 3, 4. King, Marcella Edgar, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History. English; Loyola 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4. Kohl, Jeanne Marshfield, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course: Rural Life Club 1, 2; Rural Life Chorus 1. Kubisiak, Katherine Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural • State Graded Course: Athletics 1. Laurie. Zita Aubumdale. Wisconsin; Four Year Intermediate Course; Major: Geography; Grammar Round Table 1. 2. 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. Marggi, Robert Athens, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. Johnson, Wayne L. Endeavor, Wisconsin: Four Year Junior H.S. Course; Major: General History; Glee Club 3, 4; College Theater 3, 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 4; Grammar Round Table. Jakel, Lorraine Curtis, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-Stato Graded Course. Kezewske, Elmer Custer. Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2. Kirsling, Renetta Marie Amherst Junction, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural - State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2; Loyola Club 1. 2. Knedle, Matt Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year State Graded Course; Major: History; Social Science Club 3, 4; Rural Life Club 3. 4. .V Kobs. Delos A. Colby, Wisconsin Four Year H. S Courso; Major: His tory; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4 Fonim 1, 2. 3, 4; Ai pha Kappa Rho 3, 4 Gamma Delta 1, 2 Chorus 2, 3, 4. Kranski, Ben M Iola, Wlsconsj Year Ruj Graded Course; ing 1 Rt Club z. Maxgah 'lintonvilX VAscori Four Yoar LS. rse: J jiprs: His-. Y. W. C.JSJUK % e 4; !u CW 3. -Preside! Sm 1. 2 3. 4.' frembs, Gerhard Anton Jtevens Point, Wis-jsin; Four Year H. jurse; Major: listofy: Phi Sigma EpsifonM. 2« 3. 4; Pan-HoHeXp Council 4; Forum i 2, 3, 4; Band 1; IrisXa 3; Speech 3. Lang, Leo Marathon. Wisconsin)1' Four Year State Graded; Major: General Science: Rural Life 1, 2. 3. 4; Loyola 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; College Theater 4; Sigma Zeta. Roux. Warre Plainfield, Wl coXin; Four Year iL S. Course; Major: Kng-sh; Glee Club 3, 4. Festival Manager 4; Band 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4; Alpha Kappa Rho 3. 4; Chi Doha Rho 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Laschkewitsch, Ben B. Stevens Point. Wis-snsin; Four Year H. X Course; Major: History; Debate 1, 2. 3, 4 Secretary 3; Forensib Society 4. President 4; College Theater 2. 2, 4, President 4: Boxing 1, 2. 3: Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3. President 3; Iris 2. 3; Eusiness Manager 3; Pointer 4. Mailer. Jean Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year Primary Courso; Forum 1. 2; Glee Club 2. 3. 4, President 4; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Tcu Gamma Beta 1. 2. 3 4, Treasurer 2, President 4: Sigma Zeta. Associate Member 2, 3, 4; Primary Council 3. 4; Greek Council 4. Mainland. Sara Stevens Point, Wisconsin: Four Year Primary Course; Majors: Primary Education, English; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Iris 3; Primary Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Gamma Beta 2. 3, 4, Press Representative 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Dancing 2, 3, 4. Malsheski, Frances Donald, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-Stato Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Rural Life Chorus 1; Loyola Club 1. 2: Volley Ball 1. Martens. Bernice E. Unity. Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Treasurer 2; Rural Life Chorus 2. Martini. Harvey E. Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Major: General Science: College Theater 4; Pointer 4; Photo Club 4. Marx. Eileen Stevens Point, Wisconsin: Four Year Junior H. S. Course; Major: Mathematics; Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Pointer 2, 3; Iris 3; Sigma Zeta 2. 3, 4, Vice-Master Scientist 4; Gamma Delta 1, 2, Treasurer 1. King, Cornelia Edgar. Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Courso; Majors: Mathematics, English: Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Loyola 1, 2, 3. 4; Forum 1, 2. 3. 4. Kohls. Charlos Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Major: General Science; Football 2, 3, 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3; Junior Class President 3. Krohn. Cynthia Shawano. Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Glee Club 2; Rural Life Club 2; Rural Life Chorus 2. Lietz. Edwin L. Mosinee, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Loyola 1. 2, 3, 4; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Bloc 3. 4; Social Science Club 3. 4, President 3, 4. Mannis. Israel Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Band. Mateke. Oswald Prentice. Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-Stato Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; Lutheran Students Association 1, 2; Rural Life Chorus 1, 2.SENIORS McAllon. Gordon Wabeno. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science; Sigma Zeta 3, 4; Forum 1, 2. 3. 4. Mullarkey, Dorothy Bear Creek, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: English; Sigma Tau Doha 2, 3, 4; Tau Gamma Beta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3. Pan-Hellenic Council 4, Vice-President 4: Loyola 1, 2. 3, 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4. Nimz, Fred Wausau, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: General Science: Foot- ball 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3, 4, Captain 3; Boxing 2, 3; S Club 2, 3. 4. Ottem, Ruby Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: English; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Treasurer 4; W. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Pointer Staff 4: Iris Staff 3. Pipe, Marjorie R. Amherst, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. Sanders, Luida Wittenberg, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Y. W. C. A. 1. 2. Secretary 2; Pep Club 1; Rural Life Club 1, 2. McFetridge. Jean Medford, Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, Cabi-net 1; Rural Life Club 1, 2, Secretary 2. Mundt, Holon Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural • State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1, 2. Meyer. Ted Stovens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Geography; Boxing 1; College Theater 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Iris Staff 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4: Alpha Psi Omega 3.4. Nei8iu8, Joe Wabeno. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Mathematics, Science; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Sigma Zeta 3, 4. Michaels. Earl Stevens Point, Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Chemistry. History: Boxing 1. 2, 3, 4; Loyola 1, 2, 3, 4: Photo Club 3, 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4. Newby, Howard C. Bancroft, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2. S. Cout e,- M Chemistry; x k. 3, 4; Chi Del PedenN oih Gene SpenceK w isconsin; Four Yeixr Primary Course: P i r y Council 1. 2. 4; W. V A. A. 2, 3. 4,'Presi-N dent 3; Y.W.C.A.2; Oleson. LaNore Moslnee, Wi Four Yea Courso; M6 Economics; 2. 3. 4; nomics. Phot er P 4 A. 3V5. Cabinet ‘ Parfrey, FredeVj Richland Center. Wisconsin; Four r ar H. S. Course; Majo: History. Biologica Science; Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Assistant Director 4. Drum Major I. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Rho 3. 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4; College Theator 2. 3. 4; Iris Staff 3. College Theator 2. 3, 4. Make-up Manager 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3. 4. Advertising Manager 4; Omega Mu Chi 4; Pointer 3. Olsen. Gundolla Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1, 2. 4. erson. Lynndred Monico, Wisconsin: Four Year Primary Course. Posluszny, Tony Stevons Point, Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Chemistry. History; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Boxing 2, 3; Forum 1. 2, 3. 4; Sigma Zeta 2. 3, 4; Band 1. Reiman, Mae Kirby Crystal Falls, Wisconsin: Four Year Primary Course; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; W. A. A. 1; Primary Council 1. 2, 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 1. Runkel. Phil Wausau, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Mathematics; College Theater 2. 3, 4. President 2, Board Member 3, 4; Radio 2, 3. Schrank. Joan Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Home Economics; Forum 1, 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Club 2. 3, 4; Loyola 1. 2. 3. 4; Photo Club 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3. Schuottpolz, Elsio Suring, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 2; Rural Life Chorus 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Ath-letics 1. Schultz. Marcella Marshfield. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: Biological Science; W. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4. Minor Sport Head 2. Hockey Sport Head 3, Secretary 4; Pep Club 2. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Student Council of Nelson Hall 3. 4; Athletics 1, 2, 3. Moeschler. Leonard Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Geography, History. Nowby, Joyce M. Bancroft, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course: Rural Life Club 1. 2. Olson. Don A. Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Courso; Majors: History, English; Glee Club 1. 2; Phi Sigma Epsilon 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. 4, President 4; Iris Staff 3; Pointer Staff 4; Forum 1, 2, 3, 4. Peterson. Roberta V. Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History. English; Radio 2, 3, 4: Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4; Men's Glee Club Accompanist 2, 3. 4; Girls' Glee Club 1. Sachtjon, Robert Mazomanie, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Science. History. Schwahn, Betty Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year Primary Course: Glee Club 1; W. A. A. 1. 2. 3, 4, Primary Council 1. 2, 3. 4. Social Secretary 4. President 4; Omega Mu Chi 1. 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3. Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Student Council 4.SENIORS Schwingol, La Vorno Richland Canter Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Major: History; Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4; Iris Staff. Editor; Pointer Staff 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon 1. 2. 3. 4. Sullivan. Joyce M. Stevens Point Wisconsin; Two Yoar Rural • State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2. Wagner. Ruth Sheboygan, Wisconsin; Four Year State Graded Course; Major: Mathematics: Rural Life Club 1. 2. 3, 4, Vice-Prosident 3: W. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4, President 3. Warbelton, Marcelline Stevens Point, Wisconsin: Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Photo Club 3. 4; Y. W. C. A. 4; W. A. A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 2, 3. Williams. Dave E. Red Granite. Wisconsin; Four Year State Graded Principal Course; Major: History; Rural Life Club 2. 4; Tumbling 4; Boxing 4; Bloc 4. Sorenson. Lucille Unity. Wisconsin: Two Year Rural-State Graded Course; Rural Life Club 1. 2; Rural Life Chorus 1.2. Steiner. John Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Major: General Science; Sigma Zeta 3. 4; Chi Delta Rho, President 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club; Alpha Kappa Rho; Chairman Senior Ball; Pointer 2. Storandt. Kenneth West Salem. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors History. Chemistry; Band 1. 2. 3. 4. Pres. 4: Alpha Kappa Rho Pres. 4; Phi Sigma Epsilon V. P. 3. Sec. 4; Orchestra; Iris. Theisen, Eleanore Van Gilder, Ledah Vennie. Robert idry. Anne E Ktf ield -WJsconsin; OKI : hJral-State A ijMprciubX Loyal. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History, English; W. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Sport Head 2. 3. President 4: Orchesis 3; Glee Club 1,2. 3. 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Loyola 1, 2. 3. Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3; Sigma Ta Delta 4; Iris Pointer Staff Gamma Beta Wake. Bar Stevens consin term Maj Staff 3 Rad Sigma Tbp De) q 4. Webster, Zilphia Amherst, Wisconsin Four Year H. S. Course: Major: History; Photo Club 1. 2: Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4. Secretary 4: Omega Mu Chi 1, 2. 3. 4, Press Representative 3. President 4; W. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 4; Class Vico President 3; Forum 1, 2, 3. 4; Iris Staff 3; Dancing 1. Wittenberg. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Major; English: Sigma Tau Delta 4: Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. 4. President 3. 4; Glee Club 3; Forum 1, 2. Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: History. English; Photo Club 1. 2. 3. 4, President 2; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4; Iris Staff 2. 3; Pointer Staff 4. oiler, AuburndaleNW iscon-sin; Four YeaKH. S. Course; Majorsi'frtg-sh, History: Loybla 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3: Glee Club 3; Iris Staff 3; W. A. A. 3. 4: Forum 2, 3, 4. . Lorraino ns Point, Wis-conSirhv Two Year RuraKotate Graded CourseN Kural Life Club 1. 2; Rural Life Chorus 2; LoVpla 1. 2; Pep Club 1. Wichman. Carol Athens. Wisconsin: .Two Year Rural-State Course: Ru-ife Club 1. 2. Winarski. Jeanotto Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course; Majors: Mathematics, General Science; Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Sigma Zeta 2. 3, 4; Pointer Staff 4. Business Manager: Forum 1. 2. 3. 4. Wohlfert, Celia Oxford. Wisconsin: Four Year H. S. Course: Major: Home Economics; Band 1, 2. 3: Glee Cub 1. 2. 3; Homo Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4. Wright. Fred J. Granton, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-Stato Graded Course. Sturm. Mary C. Knowlton. Wisconsin; Four Year H. S. Course: Majors: History, English: Loyola 1. 2; Forum 1. 2. 3. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4. Wachtl, Marian Mosinee. Wisconsin; Four Year Primary Course; Primary Council 1. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Loyola 1. 2. Wanta. Leone Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural - State Graded Course; Loyola 1. 2; Rural Life 1. 2; Rural Life Chorus 2. Wilkins. Lila Marie Montello, Wisconsin; Two Year Rural-State Graded Course: Rural Life Club 1. 2; Tau Gamma Beta 2. Wrzinski, Edna Stevens Point. Wisconsin; Two Year Rural • State Graded Course; Photo Club 1; Athletics 1: Rural Life Club 1. 2.OUTSTANDING SENIORS FRED PARFREY One of the school's outstanding leaders . . . musically and dramatically inclined . . . enjoys responsibility . . . drum major for several years . . . a socialite that gets around . . . had great variety in his dating until he met "the'' girl . . . now is deeply in love and doesn't mind admitting it . . . probably won't be a bachelor teacher. JEANETTE WINARSKI An excellent student and a tireless worker . . . quiet until you get to know her . . . business manager of the Pointer .. . first girl to hold that position . . . enjoys sports . . . ambitious . . . has big goals which she hopes to accomplish ... is interested in Math . . . seems to have all the qualifications for a successful career. PHIL RUNKEL Artist, dramatist, and philosopher . . . plenty of talent and he isn't wasting it . . . director of numerous C. S. T. C. play productions . . . drew up plans for remodeling stage . . . expert in lighting and scenery . . . works all night so the play will go on the next night . . . walks the floor wringing his hands when things don't click . . . can tickle the ivories with skill . . . subtle sense of humor. [38]Tony Posluszny Vernon Henrichs Mr. Jayne Bob Vennie VISUAL EDUCATION C.S.T.C. is the first teachers college in the state to put visual education in its curriculum. The work this year, under Mr. Jayne, has consisted of booking and showing films in college and training school classes. One hundred fifty reels of motion pictures were shown during the year, and several film strips and lantern slides were made by a number of interested students. About one hundred teachers in central Wisconsin have been given training through this course. Fix 'em up, Tony What industry! [60] Intricate stuff! It certainly looks hard!T°ny My, such Whiskers! Get a Lift! Who's showing who? Pailrey looks tough Doctor injects a bit of T. B. tester [59]Such Industry! Mr. Copes Teaching Ruth Behnke Fourth Grade Reading Project The Training School is one of the outstanding units of our college. Children from this city come here and receive instruction in accordance with many of the newer trends in education and child development. The pupils on the playground and members of the Junior Safety Patrol on nearby road crossings serve to remind underclassmen that this is truly an institution for teacher training. Seniors at C.S.T.C. receive their first teaching experience in typical classroom situations at the Training School under the guidance of critics. The prospective teacher spends a specified number of hours in "practice teaching" before he is qualified for graduation or a teaching position. This year there are three new members on the faculty of nine: Miss Stull, social studies and geography critic; Miss Loomer, critic of seventh, eighth, and ninth grade English; and Miss Dearborn, second grade critic. The school is divided into the three regular units—primary, intermediate and junior high. During the year each grade carries out several projects, has holiday parties, and stresses outside activities through various clubs and student publications under the direction of the critics and student teachers. [58]THE TRAINING SCHOOL Santa Claus at the Training School Model Airplanes From the Indian Exhibit This Is Halloween! More IndiansRURAL STATE GRADED DEPARTMENT TOP PICTURE First Row—O. Holts. E. Cornwoll, M. Hutchinson, E. Larson, L. Lonsdorf, J. Jerzak. A. Lueck, V. Freeman. Second Row—B. Bestul, J. Zaddack, H. Ingersoll, A. Bonnett, A. Anderson, A. M. Hanson, M. K. Copper, M. J. Johnson, B. Christie. Third Row—E. Firkus, S. Glen, A. Lukasavitz, H. Lotz, P. DoGolier, L. Korth, F. Hintz, C. Jordan, E. Hansen. Fourth Row—F. Furmanok, R. Lopak, J. Korolev, W. Lensmire. R. Felix. M. Fryk, L. Lang, L. Burrows. U-C. Brandt. MIDDLE PICTURE First Row—E. Schuettpelz. L. Sorenson. J. Newby, Z. Boggs. L. Wilkins, M. Anderson, M. Pipe. Second Row—F. Malsheski, D. Bergsbaken, D. Howell, M. M. Brehm, V. Haack. L. Hanson. A. Helke. Third Row—J. Sullivan, E. Hintz, G. Anderson. H. Mundt. L. Sanders, D. Anderson, D. Brown. Fourth Row—J. Kohl. R. Kirsling, H. Hotvodt. L: Jakoi, R. Marggi, E. Kezowske, L. Hamel. BOTTOM PICTURE First Row—L. Drobnick, A. Niggemann. A. Herman. A. Linehan. E. Butler, L. Wanta, G. Cowles. Second Row—D. Williams, E. Bolongia. C. Krohn, R. Wagner, F. Johnson, V. Dvorscak. Third Row—H. Christiansen. M. Knedle, A. Carmody, R. Hagor, J. Saunders, R. Zetsche. W. H. Clements. Fourth Row—K. Bartels. F. M. Clawson. J. C. Goldberg. G. Brooks. W. Wickman, H. Upright, L. Lang. Th© Rural-State Graded Department, under the leadership of Oscar W. Neale, is probably the most interesting department in C.S.T.C. Its aim is not only to prepare its students to teach, but to make them into community leaders when they go out to teach. Two distinct curricula are offered — a two year course and a four year course. The most active organization on the campus. Rural Life Club, has a membership of nearly one hundred and fifty students. The Rural Department has had an excellent placement record in recent years and its graduates have been doing fine work, reflecting credit upon their department.RURAL STATE GRADED DEPARTMENT FIRST SEMESTER Kenneth Bartels . Hans Christianson Bernice Martens . lean McFetridge . President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary SECOND SEMESTER Dave Williams Lorraine Hanson Bernice Martens Carol Wichman President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Oscar W. Neal® TOP PICTURE Fitst Row—M. Bowersock, K. Kubisiak, R. Albert. J. McFetridge, C. Wichman, R. Cauley. B. Kranski, M. Guyant. Second Row—O. Mateke, E. A. Theisen, L. Sargent. A. Szymanski, J. Pobiocke, G. Gilman, B. Martens. Third Row—L. Feutz, M. Grant. E. Wrzinski, L. Wanta, F. Wright, W. Hoops, H. C. Nowby. Fourth Row—H. Mews. L. Brown. K. Ciula, M. Carmody, A. E. Wandry, E. F. Bassler, V. M. Lund. BOTTOM PICTURE First Row—T. Sponcor. H. Hedrest, G. Woj'ciochowski, J. Bartkowiak, T. Langton, H. Randorf, E. Saxe. C. Pronz. Second Row—I. Redlin, C. Norby, L. Peterson. L. Shafranski, D. Dzikoski. E. Ninman. M. Soppa. C. Roder. E. Mansavage. Third Row—C. Rabbitt, A. Pickett. M. Topping, M. Weiler, L. Schreiber, M. Stoehr, M. Thompson, R. Selves, I. Swanson. Fourth Row—E. Crokor. F. Splitek. A. H. Price. G. A. Lutz. G. Vranesh. E. Putz, E. Nelson. L. Wied. [55]HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT TOP PICTURE First Row—E. Sieb«rt, Ernio Ruppol, Nancy Steiner, Ruby Ottem, Eloanore Theiscn, Betty Smith. Jeane Holman, Harvey Martini, Earl Michaels. Second Row—Ted Fritsch, Leslie Trowbridge, Robert Vennie, Robert Bretzke, Richard Larson, Bob Schrank, Joe Kalina, Gordon Haferbecker. Third Row—Francis Woingartnor, Dennis Brunner, J. Baird, Bill Drengler, Herbert Faulks. Richard Sanborn, Clarence So'.berg, Frank Pliner. Charles Dodge, Robort Becker. BOTTOM PICTURE First Row—Mary Ann Krueger, Dorothy Nelson. Holma Rueter, Betty Hein, Virginia Johnson, Ruth Johnson. Joyce Larson, Margaret Becker. Second Row—Alice Wagner, Mona Reichert, Ingeborg Enderlein, Marianne Walsh, Betty Gustin, Leona Kulas, Elizabeth Hotvedt, Aloha Walter. Iris Forbes, Gotolind Radomacher. Third Row—Norman Benson. Mary Jane Fleming, William Funk, T. Flowers, Anita Angus. Hazel Fisher, Melvin Wunsch. Douglas Fonstad, James Scribner, Wayne Ebert. B.S. and B.E. degrees are offered in this department. Many of the outstanding students are enrolled here. A standard has been set by the director, which has not been surpassed by any other department in the college. For many years, Mr. E. T. Smith has been the director of the department of secondary education. At the end of the first semester this year, Mr. Smith was appointed acting president of the college; however, he continued in his capacity as administrator of the department. The high school department has come a long way since its founding in 1914. At that time two and three year courses were offered in the field. These courses were eliminated when the demand for more thoroughly trained teachers became apparent and in 1926, the four year degree curriculum was instituted. During 1938, the B.S. degree was first offered to students having taken the required number of hours in science. The standards are being raised to more nearly meet those of the university because so many of the students continue in graduate work. [54]HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Ernest T. Smith OFFICERS Ben Laske.............................President Kenneth Storandt . . Secretary-Treasurer Second Row — Joe Bloom, Neal Brown. Jim Ungor, Gordon Lewison, Elida Tor-kelson. Ruth Rathke, Ethel Hill. Edith Einfeldt. Jano Krueger. Ethel Stoltonberg, First Row — R. Connor, Maci-elyn Lee. Marian Smith. Lois Hovie, Vernon Hon-richs, Gwen Gordon. Elizabeth McFetridge, Margaret Rust. The Forum Club includes all students who are taking the four year high school course. This organization without question has the greatest number of members. The course of study provides for liberal arts training in the Freshman and Sophomore years with specialized study in majors and minors during the Junior and Senior years. Many students preparing for a professional career, such as medicine, law, and engineering, enroll in this division for their first two years of academic work. The home economics students, too, are members of the Forum. Because of the large enrollment, the Forum is strictly a professional club. Students trained in this department, in addition to the required course of study, usually take part in some extra-curricular activity such as debate, dramatics, sports or music, which will be of special value to them in the teaching field. 153]GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT OFFICERS Florence Smith Wayne Johnson . Barbara Wake President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Charles F. Watson Fourth Row — C. F. Watson, Bernard Johnson, Wayne Johnson, Ted Meyer, Rollle McManners. Third Row—Zita Laurie, Mabel Wind. Elayne Sebora. Barbara Wake, Margaret Larsen. Diana Kamke. Second Row — Dorothy Luck, Grace Okray, Madeline La Brot, Lorraine Johnson, Kathleen Stone, Fay Wen-dorf. First Row — Florence Smith, Eileen Marx, Jane Johnson, Ruth Beilke. Leone Michal-ske. Katherine Fox. The grammar department includes all the students who wish to teach in the intermediate or junior high school. This year there were about forty-four students enrolled, with a steady increase in the number of young men. Enrollment in this department is encouraged because of the scarcity of teachers who annually join that field. The department is turning out a record of almost one hundred per cent placement. Meetings of the Grammar Round Table, the professional club of the department, were held monthly with lectures, discussions, and other entertainment selected by a committee appointed especially for that purpose. The grammar department program accommodates students who have special talent or ability in music, art, or dramatics. Mr. Charles F. Watson is director of this department. He has designed a new program which calls for four years of study which entitles a graduate to either a B.E. or B.S. degree. During the last several years, graduates under Mr. Watson's supervision have planned their courses to have a well defined major and minor. Mr. Watson has made his office on first floor a pleasant place where students enjoy coming to discuss their programs and activities. [52]PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Fourth Row—B. Schv ahn, J. Mailer, L. Bleck, D. Berdan, C. Relchel, M. Zelmer, J. Poggemillor. Third Row — M. Wachtl, G. Melchior, A. Madsen. M. Jacobs, E. M. Johnson, S. Prell, D. Thousand, D. Si9clc, M. Martini. Second Row—M. L. Rinehart, R. Purdy, M. Warbelton, G. Hoffman, K. Mo2uch. M. Berdan. G. Behr, R. Burnett. First Row—C. M. Anderson, V. Lueck, M. Davol, S. Mainland, Miss Tobias, Miss Van Arsdale, R. Butler. Fourth Row — H. Dunn, V. Snell, E. Coey. E. Torkel-son, B. Dawos, I. Dlx, M. J. Bruener, J. Urbom. Third Row—E. Schwingel, E. Dopp, G. Smith, L. G. Pod-on, R. Robison. L. Church, M. Sergeant. Second Row—H. Faulks. C. Wirkus, M. Kuiawa. L. Winch, N, Ferauson, D. Soderberg, L. Gillaspy, M. Karner. First Row — L. Weiher, L. Murphy. L. LaValle, Miss Colman. B. Richards. E. De-Horn, D. Ingham. The primary department has a strictly four year curriculum offering a Bachelor of Education degree. Each student enrolled in the department automatically becomes a member of the Primary Council, the professional club of the group. Beside the regular officers, a committee is appointed to represent the Association of Childhood Education which includes three members — Grace Melchior, Irene Dix, and Grace Hoffman. [51]PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Susan E. Colman OFFICERS— 1938-39 Betty Schwahn Lucy Bleck . Jean Mailer . Marian Wachtl Marjorie Jacobs President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Press Representative Vast changes have been effected in the primary department within the past few years. Miss Susan E. Colman. the administrator of the department, is striving toward higher efficiency and more outstanding attainment from her primary teachers. Last year, the department became affiliated with the Association for Childhood Education, a national primary organization. Practice teachers began last year to take ten hours of practice in one semester rather than two semesters of five hours practice each. This system has proven to be very successful and was continued this year. Gradually, beginning with minor changes. Miss Colman has attempted to introduce young women in training for the primary course into the training school soon after their enrollment in the department. Last year Juniors were required to participate. This year found Sophomores in participation. The purpose of these changes has been to provide more adequate training for the teaching of children, to develop a professional attitude in the young teacher, and to enable her to come in closer contact with the children and adjust herself to responsibilities. Miss Colman, who is a favorite in every department of the college as well as her primary group, has been very conscientious in these improvements and has cinched a reputation for almost one hundred per cent placement. Her office is always open and her time always available to those among the students seeking counsel. Plans were made for the first time this year for a Primary Homecoming. Invitations were extended to all primary graduates since 1932, Miss Colman's first year here. The scheme was of special interest and value to the group. [50]Everybody Out! Ain't She Diffrunt? Ah Rest! All of us. Shadow Part of Mr. Faust Good Cheah! Nothing like a little sunshine on the tonsils. DEPARTMENTSFRESHMEN 3 Jl S JL w. mi; x ’ V ’ •? JL Vf U ■ !■ ilw5.: v r . J V | | JllJiii, y - ♦ - 2 _ v ' f‘ fr » ,g v v r m wv i A 9 Tf £ 4 $1 M Jf 7 «: -"- « %t r sjKAj Fourth Row—M. J. Fleming, L. N. Wachs. I. Enderlein. S. Munson, A. Anderson, M. Larsen. L. Hovie, R. Purdy. Third Row—W. Nelson, H. E. Sievwright. G. Skalski. R. Larson. G. Lewison, R. Dana. H. Randorf. C. Twist, M. Weller. Second Row—T.E. Langton, W. Funk. M. Martini. A. Price. R. Stelter. I. Redlin. M. K. Copper. M. Johnson. C. Rodor. First Row—J. Larsen. L. Wei her, A. Niggemann, D. Sieck. E. Crummey, J. Pog-gemlller. M. L. Rinehart. B. Christie. M. Hutchinson. L. Schreiber. Fourth Row—R. L. Raiski. F. Mozuch. L. Lang. H. Faulks. W. Lensmire, L. Burrows F. Koehn, T. Fritsch, D. Roth. J. Scribner. Third Row—J. Unger. G. Halverson. A. Angus. Wm. Durmich. D. Lewis. M. Fryk, C. Norby. E. Crocker. Second Row—B. Bostul. H. In gersoll. F. Jacobson. E. Hotvedt. R. Sanborn. H. Faulks, A. Benr.ott. L. Peterson. R. Felix. First Row — H. Jeneman. R. Trowbridge, R. Urbanow-ski, A. Schank, V. Freeman. E. Hansen, J. Jerzak, L. Shafranski. Marjorie Judd and Charlotte Reichel are singers of remarkable talent. Tony Klein, also, is showing up well, with the Men's Glee Club. Betty Gustin and Ingeborg Enderlein are only two among the many instrumentalists who have helped to uphold the fine reputation of Band and Orchestra. "Rushing" season of the second semester proved that the kids were not scholastic drudges. Social popularity made its claim in a big way. Every social function of the year was heartily patronized by the youngsters. Everywhere there were Freshmen—the Menzel twins, happy-go-lucky Gene Stenz, and numerous others constantly rising to places of merit. Finally, these college up-starts may claim laurels for bravery; for it certainly takes courage to live the life of a Freshman for a whole year. US]CLASS OFFICERS Rene Stimart .... President Ted Fritsch...................................................Secretary Dick Larson .... Vice-President Marjorie Judd .... Treasurer Fourth Row — P. Bor ham. E Hoffman, H. Irish, R. Bock or. K. Parr, J. Gill, T. Klein Third Roy — R. Newby, I Ziehlke. M. Rust. E. Putz E. Nelson, S. Glen, A. Luk asavitz. Second Row—R. Butlor H Scheinert, D. Bordan, G Szostek, D. Pilachowski H. Dunn, G. Smith, L. Gill aspy. First Row—V. O'Connor, E Higgins, E. Firkus. M. Kin ney. M. Clark. M. Roichort H. Wold. Fourth Row—E. Haas, R. Stimart, W. Sivloy, C. Reichel, D. Kamke, M. J. Bruenor, H. Lotz, L. Wiod, G. Zorka Vranesh, C. Holh. Third Row—F. Pliner. F. Fur-manok, F. Kelly, D. Thousand, R. Solvos, M. Leland, O. Holts. E. Cornwell, 1. Swanson. Second Row—C. Powloss, C. Rabbitt. M. Zelmer, M. Lee. M. Judd, G. Perrodin, B. Humke, B. Moyor, M. Stoehr, C. Pronz. First Roy —L. Grambsch. M. Spencer, J. Halvorson, V. Dvorscak. G. Gordon, T. Spencer, E. Larson, E. Man-savage. A. Walter. One of the feminine satellites of the class was Sara Anderson—debater, actress, dancer, and cheerleader. By popular vote she was acclaimed Homecoming Queen. Her teammate in cheer-leading throughout the year was Meta Mogenson. Stars of basketball were Pete Terzynski and the junior Nimz, Hank. Pigskinners of superior ability were Frankie Koehn, Jim Hanig, Jim Cashin, Ken Parr, Nimz, Ted Fritsch, Bob Dana. "Hatch" Berard, Harold Menzel, and not to be forgotten, "Jitterbug" Johnson, on the dance floor as well as the football field and under the spotlight. Other spotlighters of the college theater were Madeline Lee, Tony Klein, Jim Unger, Dorothy Sieck, Janet Poggemiller. and Lillian Boe. Of debate reknown were Marian Smith and Frank Splitek. Musical organizations also make their claims in the group. [47]FRESHMEN Third flov —William Dronglor, Arnold Bocher, Orval Moser. William Metzger Marvin Yost, U-Clair Brandt, James Manning. Second Row — Elvira Saxe. May Topping, Dorothy Ingham, Margery Thompson. John Suits. James Saunders. First Row — Marian Soppa. Marqaret L. Edwards. Anna Marie Hanson, Ruth Fuchs-gruber, Leona Kulas. Fourth Row — Harry Jakush, Albert Lamb, Beryl Joos-ten, Honry Pospychala, Clarence Solberg, Arthur Soidel. Ronald Piekarski, Bill Winkler. Wallace Bartosz. Third Row — Orville Lind, Bette Lou Dent, Lillian Boe, Melvin Mech, Jim Cashin. Bob Berard, Laverne Lona-dorf, Geraldine Woj'cie-chowski. Second flow — Bill Siebert, Betty Gustin, Earle Poter-son, Hortense Menzel, Mildred Larson. Margie Menzel, Alice Wagner, Mary Jane Coleman. First Row — Botty Hoin, Ar-leen Schulz, Katherine Fox, Adeline Schafhauser. Elizabeth McFotridge, Ramona Kryshak. Mary Ann Kruog-er. Celia S. Jordan, Madeline La Brot, Lucille Miller. There is always fresh promise in a new group of Freshies from which may be gleaned many a fascinating "candid shot" story. From this year's reapings we found many outstanding individuals represented in every field of activity. The percentage of active frosh seemed to be much higher than in past years. There were a typical group of college Freshies, with all the enthusiasm and pep that is traditional, beginning with the initiation of the girls of Nelson Hall and the Homecoming bonfire (genuine stooges and "all round" good scouts), all the way through the term. Although led by a group of fine young officials, the Freshman class was not politically intrigued; they kept their peace and dignity. [46]CLASS OFFICERS Bill Miller...........................President Waiter Bretzke .... Secretary Bob Larson .... Vice-President Don Abrahamson . . . Treasurer TOP PICTURE First Row—G®raldino Bohr. Eileen Rose, Florence Kaplun. Jean Holman. Lorraine Hanson, Luida Sandors, Edmund Grzegozewski, Phillip Anderson, Vernon Henrichs. Second Row—Carmelita Wirkus, LaRae Winch, Norma Ferguson, Eileen Coey, Berniece Dawes. Evelyn Hillert, Gotelind Rade-macher, Marie Pasternacki, Edward Wachholz, Roman Baker. Third Row—Leone Michalske, Ruth Beilke, Ruth Rathke. Selma Prell. Grace V inarski. Arleene Huntoon, Ray Mikich, James Johnson. Alton McCormick, Gerald Torkelson. BOTTOM PICTURE First Row—Dorothy Nelson. Almira Helke, Eyleeno Atkins. Cora Mae Anderson. Second Row—Marguerite Carmody, Kathryn Ciula, Lorraine Brown, Leone Wanta. Renetta Kirsling, Barbara Gerdes. Anne E. Wundry. Third Row—Bernice Martens. Elsie Schuettpelz, Lucille Sorenson, Joyce Sullivan, Dorothy Brown. Emily Hintz. Jeanne Kohl. Harriot Hotvedt, Jane Krueger. The Band and Orchestra, too, have obtained pronounced talent from the ranks of the ''Sophs.'' Can you imagine anyone sticking out his chin and trying to convince debater Becker that "even so . . . I'm agin' it"? Besides activity in such clubs as Photo Club, Social Science Club, Art Student's League, etc., those persistent go-getters have crashed the honorary societies too—Sigma Zeta pledged Abrahamson, D. Larson, M. Becker, B. Gerdes, Meverden, Nixon, Rozelle and Hoyt; Alpha Kappa Rho honored Eyleene Atkins and Marguerite Adams. Glove pusher Baker, and basket slingers like Oik and Bandow, keep the class up there in athletics. All in all the ''Sophs" have a good start—watch them go from now on! [45]SOPHOMORES TOP PICTURE First Row—A. Szymanski, Robert Larson, Dorothy Howell, Caro! Wichman. Marjorie Pipe, Nancy Steiner. Gil Meier, Kay Tyler. Second flow—T. Johnston, Helen Johnson, Katheryn Piehl, Betty Smith, Loretta Worzalla, Katherino Mozuch, Loretta Murphy, Margaret Kujawa. Viola Gericke. Third flow—Robert Nixon, Earl Raab, Sherman Sword, Gus Binnebose. Lynn Feutz, L. Van Dyke. Robert Burkman. Vernon Lund, Dorothy Luck. BOTTOM PICTURE First Row—Elizabeth Hannon. Grace Zakrzeski, Louise Reese. Jean Luxem, Margarot Grant. Zita Beggs, Jean Holman. Second Row—Ben Kranski, Bill Miller. John Pobiecke, Wilbur Hoops. Margaret Beckor, Lorraine Church. Douglas Fonstad, Henry Hryniewicki. Third Row—Oswald Matoke, Merville Meverden, Jack Taylor. Ray Disher, John Goldberg. Rollie McMannors. Those confident "freshies" who broke into popularity and prominence right off the bat last year, have grown into "right good" Sophomores with talent and ambition to burn. You can find them in almost every activity in school—they're right in there with the best of them! The Pointer Staff proudly boasts of the Taylor-Larson circulation partnership, and certainly no less gratitude goes to proof-reader Smith (yes. we know her) and society news-hunter Rose. A score of footlight fanatics strut their "stuff" on C.S.T.C stage for College Theater, while equal numbers lift their voices in melodious song in the Women's and Men's Glee Clubs. [44]First Row—Ethol Stoltonborg, Kathleen Stone, Eleanor Breeden, Jane Johnson, Verna Lueck, Madlyn Davel. Florence Morency. Helen Moore. Second Row—Ernie Ruppel, Lucille Gehrko, Ruth Robison, Corinne Sandmire, Helen Thornton, Grace Okray. Mavis Proville, Marguerite Sargeant. Third Row—Wm. McDonald, Rodger Bernstein, Edith Einfeldt. Elida Torkelson, Ethel Hill, Sophie Palukas, Benjamin Kordus, Hank Warner. Never was a busier body found than La Rue Smith who may be said to have dabbled successfully in everything—pledged four fraternities, honorary and social, during one semester! Spindler, Haf-erbecker and Johnson led the staff for the Iris. Haferbecker was also active in debate. Ophoven, Kordus, Quandt, Anderson, Murat and Jane Johnson were also noteworthy debaters. Peggy Glennon had the distinction of being Queen of the Senior Ball. College Theater found active participants in Smith, Ophoven, Haferbecker and Van Natta. The music departments were not neglected for in these the class could boast such fine musicians as Ula Mae Knutson, Evelyn Schwingel, Anderson, Brown, Dakin, Scheel, and singers of talent, such as Ethel Hill and Jerry O'Doherty. Art was represented with members of the art league, Sonnenberg and Hamel. Nothing missed by these Juniors. Hope they do as well when they practice teach. CLASS OFFICERS Marvin Olson .... President Dearborn Spindler . . . Secretary Jane Johnson . . . Vice-President Henry Warner .... Treasurer f43)JUNIORS First Row—Robert Bishop, Evelyn Sonnenberg, Lewis Drobnick Harlow Henninger, Jeanette Fierelc. Dorothy Schneck. Ray Hodoll. Alvin J. Carmody, E. M. Johnson. Second Row—Francis M. Clawson. Jorry O'Doherty. Norman Benson, Robert Bretzke, Don Aucutt. Virginia Johnson. Lorraine Johnson. Elouise Torkelson, Bernard Johnson. Third Row—Leslie Trowbridge. Wallace Wheeler. Bernard Yulga, Wilson Wickman, Herbert Upright. Reuben Belongia. Madeline Posky. Dorothy Gunderson. Dsarborn Spindler. The most important factors that make a class outstanding are the girls and boys in it. The Junior class of '38-'39 was widely represented in every field of activity—they had a progressive and aggressive year. Class election was, as per annum, a memorable day with Marv Olson, Pointer editor, winning out to be Prom king and leader of his class. Other officers were Hank Warner, Dearborn Spindler and Jane Johnson. Hank Warner may also be remembered for his fine participation in sports—with Bernstein, Duecker, Bohan and Slotwinski in football, and again Warner and Bohan plus Reuben Belongia in basketball. Other figure heads in sports during the year were Dunn and Quandt in hockey. Ruppel and Quandt in tennis, Young and Drobnick in boxing and Bloom in everything via the Pointer. ?Jn ftU'Utnnam Curt? Jiarkmnt 0icfc (Orluhrr 25, 1U38 [+2JOUTSTANDING SENIORS ZIP WEBSTER The fellow who said brains and beauty didn't go together didn't know Zip Webster. Friendly, happy-go-lucky, peppy . . . she enjoys a good time . . . knows her stuff in History and English . . . plans to teach . .. she really has zip, enthusiasm plus . . . Zip is the kind of teacher that the kids will like. Here's to one of C.S.T.C.'s finest coeds! NORMAN HINKLEY The Walt Disney of C.S.T.C., the Bing Crosby of C.S.T.C.! Who would ever believe that such talents could be combined in one person . . . but after all Hink is really big enough to be both ... happy, curly-headed . . . enjoys being sarcastic . . . the life of any party and he doesn't miss many . . . proved himself extremely capable when he transformed the gym into a story book for the Senior Ball . . . plans on a musical career. DOROTHY MULLARKEY One of the best known coeds on the campus . . . always friendly and good-natured . . . never misses a dance . . . a leader in her group . . . her outside time is taken up by a graduate of C.S.T.C. . . . has the kind of personality that ''takes'' . . . interested in Science and English. [41]OUTSTANDING SENIORS ELEANOR THEISEN An outstanding dormite . . . interested in sports . . . especially in skating and basketball . . . outstanding woman athlete . . . has held many campus offices . . . sings well ... an excellent student, particularly in English . . . wears sports clothes and looks well in them . . . ore of the training school's best teachers. CHARLES BURCH Peppy, loquacious, good - natured Charlie . . . makes his own fun ... a humorous impersonator . . . takes football seriously and does a good job of it ... a good sport who is known by everyone . . . has a contagious laugh . . . gets a ''bang'' out of school . . . Epicurean philosopher . . . hasn't a steady but enjoys dating and is seen at most social functions . . . thinks there should be more pep in school and has done his best to promote it. ROBERTA PETERSON Very musically inclined — sings, plays the piano, accompanist of Men's Glee Club . . . good sense of humor . . . enjoys reading worthwhile things . . . goes steady with the ''little minister" . . . plans to teach . . . has the intelligence and ambition needed by a successful teacher. [40]OUTSTANDING SENIORS FRANKLIN HITZKE Never worried until he became king of the Senior Ball . . . successful Senior class president . . . plays a smashing game of football . . . enjoys sports, hunting and fishing . . . one of the best dressed men in school . . . doesn't like to study but can when necessary . . . goes steady, spends most of his time on Church street . . . wants to be a coach and should make a good one. BETTY SCHWAHN An all-around girl, one of the most popular on the campus . . . has held many offices during her four years . . . enjoys sports . . . swell dancer ... a social leader who is always late to every function . . . has a keen interest in an out-of-town alum whose weekends are spent in Point . . . will probably be an outstanding teacher . . . though at present it looks as if she won't be teaching long. BILL CLEMENTS A man with a million dollar smile and a heart to go with it . . . loves literature and can write good stories and poems ... is one of the Glee Club mainstays . . . has definite views on politics and likes to discuss them . . . a real asset to his department . . . has made good in teaching before he came to Point and will do it again. [39]Mr. Donald Colby Mr. Gilbert Faust Mr. Clarence Jayne CENTRAL STATE BROADCASTING SERVICE The new studio of W.L.B.L. located in the training school is a source of much pride to the college. This year initiated a series of college produced broadcasts under the direction of Mr. Jayne. Mr. Colby was in charge of production and programs and Mr. Faust, musical programs and publicity. Various college organizations sponsored regular programs; announcing, arrangement, direction and presentation were handled by students. This was part of a plan to introduce radio in education. Council Everybody worried! (Notice Faust's finger) More action Watch that time! [61}Peter J. Michelsen The C.S.T.C. Concert Band was organized in 1931. It is directed by Mr. Michelsen, recognized as one of the state's best bandmasters. The band's equipment includes an excellent instrumentation, a good music library, and a movable raised stage. The itinerary for the trip this year was: Thorp, Bloomer, Neillsville, West Salem, Viroqua, Richland Center, Prairie du Sac, Baraboo, Port Edwards, and Nekoosa. The band broadcasts every week, receiving favorable comment from listening band men. This year two music clinics were sponsored. These offer much valuable assistance to the band masters of central Wisconsin. The band has always been in evidence at our athletic contests and has contributed much to the audience's enjoyment. OFFICERS Peter J. Michelsen Kenneth Storandt . LaVerne Olingy . Fred Parfrey Director LaVerne Schwingel . Secretary and President Norman Hinkley .... Vice-President Philip Dakin First Assistant Band Director Marguerite Adams .... Arnold Jindrick . Second Assistant Band Director Treasurer Manager Librarian Sponsor CONCERT BAND [64]Alto Clarinet Verna Lueck Alto Saxophone Celia Jordan Baritone Dorothy Nelson Baritone Saxophone Warren Le Roux Bassoons Eyleene Atkins Neal Brown Bass Clarinet Norman Hinkley Melvin Wunsch Bass Drum Bud Newmann Basses Rollie McManners Marvin Yost William Metzger Clarinets Kenneth Storandt La Verne Schwingel Israel Mannis William Mailer Clarinets (continued) Wayne Ebert Frank Pline Clifton Fonstad Marjorie Thompson Celia Jordan Margaret Edwards Leona Kulas Cornets Arnold Jindrick Arnold Mossier LaVerne Olingy Delos Kobs Kenneth Bartels Robert Abb Raymond Newby Marion Soppa Tenor Saxophone Charles Dodge Adeline Lueck Trombones John Hannon Eddie Essex May Topping Anna Hanson Douglas Fonstad Samuel Winch PERSONNEL Tympani Evelyn Schwingel Euphonium Marguerite Adams French Horns Philip Dakin William Miller Don Abrahamson Henry Hyrniewicki Leota Brandt Norman Jacobson Dorothy Ingham Flutes and Piccolos Fred Parfrey Betty Johnson Betty Gustin Grace Zakrzeski Oboes Raymond Rozelle John Steiner String Bass Ula Mae Knutson Snare Drums Harold Scheel John Anderson Charles Jensen A bit of informal music Swing out saxes! [6S] Storandt, Mannis and Mailer Parfrey — Assistant DirectorWOMEN’S GLEE CLUB Peter J. Michelsen OFFICERS President....................................Jean Mailer Vice-President............................Eyieene Atkins Secretary and Treasurer . . . Marguerite Adams Librarians . . . Leota Brandt, Marguerite Adams Accompanist............................Ula Mae Knutson This organization has completed its sixth year of successful work. A new policy was inaugurated this year, that of taking trips. When dressed formally for concerts, the group presents a very striking appearance. Among the girls featured in solo, duet, and trio numbers are: Eyieene Atkins, Doris Soderberg, Charlotte Reichel, Ethel Hill, Ruth Behnke, and Leota Brandt. The organization and its soloists are m uch in demand for local functions. The repertoire is excellently well chosen and includes many difficult numbers. The school can well be proud of this organization. [66]SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ! This popular musical organization is of very high caliber. One of the reasons is that membership and placing is decided by tryouts, and that only the capable musicians are allowed to play. The orchestra boasts a very fine library, ranging from light and novel selections to heavy classical music. Calls are often put in for the orchestra to furnish music at school functions such as dramatics. College Theater, and so forth. A very good program was presented at the Girls' Glee Club conceit this year. At the annual Alpha Kappa Rho concert, the orchestra always is the center of attention, and being dressed formally, makes a very good impression. The group as a whole is highly commended for its part in charity entertainments such as the Lions' Club annual Christmas Concert. Occasionally the organization makes a short trip to some nearby town to give a concert. Always well received and furnishing good music, the symphony orchestra has become a popular group to the school at large. Peter J. Michelsen Violin Wenzell Albrecht Margaret Clark William Funk Gilbert Halverson Norris Haugen Ingeborg Enderlein Betty Moyer Mavis Preville Mona Reichert Marian Soppa LaNette Wachs Marianne Walsh Grace Winarski Bass Viola Ula Mae Knutson Norman Hinkley ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Cello Marguerite Adams Piano Gilbert Faust Flute Frederick Parfrey Betty Johnson Oboe Raymond Rozelle Bassoon Eyleene Atkins Clarinet Kenneth Storandt Wayne Ebert Cornet Arnold Jindrick Arnold Mossier French Horn Philip Dakin Leota Brandt Trombone LaVerne Olingy Samuel Winch Saxophone Melvin Wunch Drums Harold Scheel Tympani Evelyn Schwingel (67]MEN’S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS President............................Arthur Stapel Librarian ........ Bob Larson Business Manager........................Ted Meyer This organization has enjoyed increasing popularity in its six years in the hands of Norman E. Knutzen, who is its well-liked director. It is a member in good standing of the Associated Glee Clubs of America. Several fine soloists have been developed. Also in the limelight are some of the student directors. Soloists deserving special mention are: Gerald Torkelson, Gerald O'Doherty, Russell Frederick, Warren LeRoux, and Tony Klein. No less deserving of special mention are student directors: Ted Meyer, Warren LeRoux, Arthur Stapel, William Clements, Delos Kobs, John Steiner, and Gordon Cowles. The organization is frequently called on for out of town concerts, and always meets with high approval. The Glee Club is definitely an organization with extensive cooperation, capable leadership, and good representation from the school. Shortage of members is unforeseen, as the number of freshmen coming into the ranks every year keeps the membership high enough. This is one of the best-liked groups in the school, and is certainly one of which to be proud. Norman E. Knutzon P r First Row—William Clements. Gerald Torkelsen. Jack Vincent. Delos Kobs, James Scribner, Earl Raab, Joseph Bartkowiak, Waldo Nelson. Gerald O'Doherty. Richard Larson. Warren LeRoux, Arthur Stapel, Neal Brown. Alex Mancheski, Don Abrahamson. Hans Christianson, John Yurkovich, Tony Klein. Robert Sachtjen, Wilbur Hoops. Second Row—Tom Langton, Alvin Price, Gilbert Halverson. Malcolm Fryk, George Quandt, Gordon Cowles, Robert Bishop, Truman Johnston, Wilson Wickman, Don Aucutt, Ted Meyer. Third Row—Wallace Bartoz, Clifford Powless, Fred Mozuch, Edward Wachholz, James Unger, Norman Benson, Earl Seibert, Tony Posluszny, Francis Walsh, Elroy Florence. Fourth Row—Dennis Roberts. Herbert Upright, Bob Larson. Herbert Faulks, Oswald Mateke, Clifton Fonstad. John Steiner, Wayne Johnson. Ralph Urbanowski. John Anderson, Vernon Stoohr. PIANIST ROBERTA PETERSON [68]First Tenors: Gerald O'Doherty George Quandt Warren LeRoux Gordon Cowles Herbert Upright Joseph Bartkowiak John Anderson James Scribner Wilson Wichman Wallace Bartoz First Basses: Fred Mozuch John Steiner Anthony Posluszny Russell Frederick Ted Meyer First Basses: (Continued) Don Abrahamson Clifton Fonstad Truman Johnston Earl Siebert Hans Christianson William Clements Elroy Florence Wilbur Hoops Robert Saditjen Vernon Stoehr Don Aucutt Clifford Powless Second Tenors: Arthur Stapel Neal Brown Second Tenors: (Continued) Robert Bishop Robert Larson Richard Larson James Unger Alex Mancheski John Yurkovich Francis Walsh Joseph Bloom Oswald Mateke Malcolm Fryk Ralph Urbanowski Walter Jacobson Tom Langton Herbert Faulks Gilbert Halverson PERSONNEL Second Basses: Clifford Sprague Tony Klein Clyde Brunner Delos Kobs Waldo Nelson Jack Vincent Earl Raab Gerald Tor kelson Edward Wacholz Norman Benson Dennis Roberts Wayne Johnson Alvin Price Dearborn Spindler Alter the concert, (We're tired and v e v anna go to bed!) Some of the Glee Club Glee Club in rehearsal Let's go boys!ATHLETICS Eddie Kotal In spite of the fact that Coach Kotal failed to add to his string of championships, the 1938 season was successful. It was successful not only in the percentage column, but also in the discovery of an exceptionally large number of outstanding underclassmen, all of which is proof of the increasing popularity of our school. Football men who rated service mention are: Bernstein, Bohan, Burch, Cashin, Copes, Duecker, Fritsch, Hanig, Co-captain Hitzke, Hoffman, Hcuck, Johnson, Kickland, Koehn, Cocaptain Loewecke, McGuire, H. Nimz, F. Nimz, Olingy, Parr, Ruppel, Slotwinski, Stimart, VanDyke, Warner, Winker. Of these men. only eight will graduate. Student manager awards went to Atwood and Wiersig. ATHLETIC BOARD H. R. Steiner R. M. Rightsell [70] C. F. Watson F. J. SchmeeckleFirst Row—Charles Houck. F© Bohan. Fred Nimz, Bill Loewecke. Franklin Hitzke. Oscar Copes. lames McGuire. Harrison Olingy. Second Row—George Winker, Ted Fritsch. Elmer Hoffman. Jim Duecker, Rene Stimart. Hayward Johnson, LaVerne Van Dyke. Jim Hanig. Third Row—Franklin Koehn, Ernie Ruppel, Henry Nimz, Harold Menzel, Maurice Smith. Jim Cashin, Ed Slotwinski, Bob Reading. Fourth Row—Coach Kotal, Hatch Berard, Don Jarvis, Melvin Mech, Ken Parr. Duncan Seffern. Herbert Faulks, Owen Windall, Mason Atwood, Mr. Tolo. FOOTBALL SEASON'S RECORD Point 7 Dubuque U. 7 Point 7 Stout Institute 0 Point 6 Milwaukee 6 Point 0 Whitewater rs 0 Point 0 Mankato . 0 Point 7 Platteville 6 Point . 16 Oshkosh . 0 CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L T Pet. Platteville . 3 1 0 .750 Milwaukee 3 1 0 .750 Stevens Point 2 2 0 .500 Whitewater 2 2 0 .500 Oshkosh . 0 4 0 .000 (71]Reach! He missed him, too! What a brawl! [72] The boys go Dov nhillThe boys tie up Thirsty Charlie? Be quiet coach! Some real blocking Watch that tackle! The boys pick themselves up [73]JIM CASHIN — QB One of the group of outstanding Freshman backs, Jim displayed unusual ability as a field general and as a blocking back. He should be hoaded for a successful career at C. S. T. C. Cashin is another sorious-minded student who is popular on the campus as well as on the football field. CHARLIE HOUCK —FB A hard driving fullback who lives and eats football for about three months evory year. That's Charlie Houck, All-Conference for two years and a four year veteran. Incidentally. Charlie also applies some of his nifty foot-work on the dance floor. We'll miss him next yoar, but it's a cinch Point's opponents will breathe easier. ERNIE RUPPEL —FB Ruppol is one of those rare combinations of an athloto and a scholar. In spite of his small size, Ernie has been capably handling the fullback duties whenovor callod upon to do so. Besides football and school work, Ernie also finds timo for most of the social functions and in spite of his quiet manner, he gets around quite well. RODGER BERNSTEIN —G Rodge spent many a good Saturday afternoon in the enemy backfield. A ladies' man if thero ever was one. but the opposition on the football field certainly never found it out. Few plays went by in the game without Bernstein being discovered on the bottom of the pile. A hard drivor who will be welcome. indeed, next fall by team-matos and la femmes alike. CHARLIE BURCH —G One of the most conscientious and hard-working mombors of the team, Burch was also given a place on the All-Conference. Carefree and genial off the field, Charlie was just as serious as they come during the game. After the football season Charlie spends most of his time entertaining the ladies or practicing tap dancing. ED SLOTWINSKI — T Slot is another ono of those "workhorse" type of players who is good for sixty minutes a game whenever called on. Ed is one of those quiet fellows whose actions speak louder than words. Besides his ability on the gridiron. Slot is also a good student and an all-around good man. [74]JIM McGUIRE — HB Mickey, playing his last season for Point, ended his caroer in a blaze of glory in spite of injuries which kopt him on the sidelines much of the time. Highlights of his play this year wore his 82 yard touchdown run against Stout, and his placement kicks which won the Plattoville game and tied Dubuque U. McGuire was selected as A11 Conference for tho third year. FRANK HITZKE — HB Co captain and veteran of throe seasons, "Hitz" was all set for a big year when injuries forced him to spend most of tho time on the sidelines. A good passer and runner and a competent leader, Frank was outstanding whilo he was in there and his loss will be keenly felt. OSCAR COPES —T P.eturning to school after a two years absence, Oscar solved the tackle problem and stopped many ambitious ball carriers short of their destination. Even though his good nature was taken advantage of often, he still played enough football to be selected on the coach's All-Conforonco team for tho second time. LAVERNE VAN DYKE —HB Van is another of our backs whoso play was hampered by injuries. Nevertheless he still played enough to serve notice that he will be right up in there next year. Van has the distinction of being the only member of tho sophomore class among the letter men this year. FE BOHAN — E Playing his third year for C.S.T.C., Fe continued his fine brand of ball. Tho rest of the team never had a chance to lose their fight while Fe was in there. His continuous chattor and happy-go-lucky attitude got under the skin of more than one opponent. Bohan will be back next year to wind up his career and should really go to town. BILL LOEWECKE — G Co-captain Loewecke wound up four years of brilliant football with his best season. !n addition to his steady play, both defensively and offensively. Bill also stood out as an outstanding leader. A hard worker and an inspiration to his teammate. Bill was placed at guard on the All-Conference team. [75JBASKETBALL First Row—LaVerne Van Dyke, Ted Fritsch, Hank Warner, Captain. Hank Nimz, Art Bandow. Second Row—Fe Bohan, Gil Motor, Don Stoin, Rubo Belongia, Frank Schneider, Pete Terzynski. Third Row—Eddie Kotal. Coach. Red Smith, Dunk Seffern, Fred Nimz, Bob Oik. SEASON'S RECORD Point . . 41 St. Norberts . . . 40 Point . . 40 Whitewater ... 30 Point . . 39 Stout Institute . . 32 Point . . 31 Milwaukee . ... 28 Point . . 53 Northland . . . . 39 Point . . 28 Platteville . ... 30 Point . . 41 River Falls . . . . 25 Point . . 33 Superior ... 41 Point . . 61 Concordia . . . . 28 Point . . 41 Oshkosh ... 43 Point . . 37 Rhinelander . . . 12 Point . . 34 Milwaukee ... 45 Point . . 47 Jordan . . . . . 36 Point . . 29 Platteville . ... 24 Point . . 33 Oshkosh . . • o CO Point . . 36 Whitewater ... 43 Point . . 47 St. Norberts . . . 35 Point . . 21 Concordia . ... 18 ‘Forfeited The 1938-39 season presented one of the most promising basketball squads C.S.T.C. had seen for some time. The Pointers seemed to be headed for another championship and no doubt would have reached that goal had they not been stopped midway in the season by a technicality which broke up one of the most powerful teams this college has had. In spite of this obstacle Point finished the season with a record of thirteen wins and five losses, a good record for any team. Another bright spot is the fact that not one man on the squad that finished the season will be lost by graduation. Men who rated service mention are: Bandow, Belongia, Bohan, Fritsch, Meier, H. Nimz, F. Nimz, Oik, Schneider, Seffern, Smith, Stein, Terzynski, Van Dyke, and Captain Hank Warner. [76}PETE TERZYNSKI —G Playing his first year with Point. Terzynski gained the reputation of being the fightingest player on the squad. Some statisticians have estimated that Pete spends approximately one-half of his playing time on the floor. At any rate, he seemed to be wherever the ball was. Off the court Pete loses all his seriousness and provides most of the humor wherever he goes. RUEBEN BELONGIA — C A third year man. Rube was called upon to handle the center position regularly, when Nimz was lost to the team, and he certainly did it in good style. If there was a man on the squad who gave all he had every minute of the time he was in the game, it was Rube. A more conscientious player has never donned a C.S.T.C. uniform. HANK WARNER —F The opposing teams certainly must have got tired of watching Warner drop in one long shot after another just when the going was the toughest. Hank certainly proved himself a capable leader as well as an outstanding player. A veteran of three seasons, "Cap" was one of the best floor men on the squad and often steadied the team when the game got too fast. ART BANDOW —G Bandow was probably one of the steadiest men on this year's basketball team. Although he didn't stand out as a scoring star. Art was one of the most important players on the squad. When it came to handling the ball there were very few who could surpass him. He was also an outstanding defensive man. Art has two more years of competition. HANK NIMZ —F After playing a season with Freddie. Hank seems destined to follow in his brother's footsteps. A standout in this his first year, he should be one of the best before he is done here. Besides being one of the leading scorers, Hank was also one of the best on defensive. FRED NIMZ — C Freddie was all set to have his biggest year in this his fourth season when, due to a technicality, he was ruled ineligible. However he played in eleven games and proved a big reason why Point was undefeated in those games. Quiet and unassuming, Fritz Nimz is not only one of the best, but also one of the most popular players ever to wear a C.S.T.C. uniform. [77]Watch that ball! Fe looks doubtful! Ted and Hank wet their whistles V ho's Ted going to catch? Push it in! A bit of crowd. (Note Duecker's intense concentration) [78]INTRAMURAL GROUP Volleyball Group Ping Pong in the Men's recreation room Mixed groups Coach Heyer, the man who runs all this [79]BOXING Interest in boxing has been high at C.S.T.C. this year. A large group of beginners as well as a few of last year's lettermen have been working out under the supervision of Coach McGuire. One of the highlights of the season was the Golden Gloves tournament held at Wisconsin Rapids. Point fighters who took part in this tourney were: Young, Felix, Kranski, Drob-nick, and Lang. Drobnick snared the 155 pound championship in the novice division. Several matches have been scheduled with state colleges. Other candidates include Baker. Metcalf, Michaels, Nimz, Taylor and Williams. [so]The Editor afishing goes That's where the money goes More Theater makeup A bit of winter atmosphere Smithy relaxes. Tony takes the driving test Mr. Steiner Give a man his pipe . . . Van makes 'em up Mixer ... or something Nothing like a good, rousing game of Chinese checkers [si]TOP PICTURE—First Row—Joan Holman. Eloanoro Thoison, Miss Davldoff, Peggy Glennon. Second Row—Madelyn Davel, Marcella Schultz, Ruth Wagner. Lois Gene Peden, Nancy Steiner. Betty Schwahn. BOTTOM PICTURE—First Row—Eileen DeHorn, Frances Bourcier. Zoddie Malesevich, Barbara Gardes. Marjorie Jacobs, Katherine Mozuch, Margarot Kujawa. Second Row—Elouise Torkelson, Loretta Murphy. Betty Smith. Anita Madsen, Grace Melchior, Kathryn Piohl. Zilphia Webster, Betty Richards. Lorraine Johnson. W. A. A. OFFICERS President .... Eleanor© Theisen Secretary .... Marcella Schultz Vice-President . . . "Zip" Webster Treasurer...................Grace Okray SPORT HEADS Basketball .... Madeline Davel Tennis.......................Ruby Ottem Volleyball .... Ruth Wagner Creative Dancing . . Grace Melchior Speedball..................Jean Holman Minor Sports . . . Margaret Kujawa Archery....................Nancy Steiner Scrap Book .... Eileen DeHorn The W.A.A. sponsors all activities related to Women's Athletics. This year the group sponsored a successful dance which was given after the Milwaukee game, an annual "Play Day" at which the "Dance Program" was presented by the Training School girls and college women, and the salo of Homecoming "Mums" and "hot-dogs.” Various new idea3 woro used in carrying out activities this year. Hockey was replaced by speedball in the fall and "mass" basketball by intramural basketball during the winter. Four teams made up the league with the "Trojans" receiving championship gold medals. Badminton proved to be a popular sport. After each sport season a party was given for the participants. Miss Gormley and Miss Davidoff, advisors, were a great help to the girls with their good advice and assistance. WOMEN'S ATHLETICS [82]Dancing class More dancing W.A.A. Picnic Speedball Girls in general [83]Here's some action for you! Last Play Day Dinner Archery class (Wonder how Slot and Bill got in there?) Basketball Hurry it up kid! [84]Jake Van doesn't get a chance to do this often, v e bet Barb, the lumberjack [85] Social Science Club The v innah! George, Mr. Smith, Rev.FORENSICS First flow—Bernard Johnson, Joe Bloom, L. M. Burroughs. John Anderson. Joe Ophoven. Second Row—Celia Jordan, Laurel LaValle, Margaret Becher. Constance Friday, Marian Smith. Margaret Kratz, Jane Johnson. Third Row—Phillip Anderson, Warren Lensmire, Franklin Splitek, Ben Laschkewitsch. Gordon Haforbecker, Benjamin Kordus. Jamos Murat. This year the forensic department under the direction of Mr. Burroughs developed one of tho most extensive programs in several years. A forensic society was organized with the following officers: President. Ben Laschkewitsch: Vice-President, Joe Ophoven; Secrotary-Treasuror, Bon Kordus: Business Manager, Gordon Haferbecker. The society sponsored two college tournaments, two high school tournaments, several assembly debates, and a serios of radio programs. After a series of intra-team eliminations. Jayne Akins. Jane Johnson, Margaret Becher, Marian Smith. Ben Laschkewitsch. Gordon Haferbecker, Joe Ophoven, and Jim Murat were chosen as members of tho regular varsity teams, with Sara Anderson, Laurel LaValle. Ben Kordus, and Frank Splitek as alternates. Leland M. Burroughs The teams participated in tournaments at Eau Claire, Normal, Illinois; Fargo, N. D.; St. Paul. Minnesota; and Stevens Point. Among the Class A teams beaten by Stevens Point were the University of Illinois. Carleton. St. Thomas. St. Catherine, St. Olaf. and Hastings. At the Eau Claire tournament Stevens Point won second place in the A division and third place in the B division. At the Stevens Point tournament the local school came out victorious over nine Minnesota and Wisconsin teams and won the tournament for the second consecutive year. This gave the school permanent possession of the trophy donated by the Civic Club. For the second consecutive year Gordon Haforbockor and Ben Laschkewitsch won the Lions Club Trophy which is given each year to tho Stevens Point team which makes the best record in inter collegiate debate. Each of these men have served as debate captain during one of the past two years and both have taken a prominent part in tho organization of tho new forensic society. Tho debate squad will keenly feel the less of these two men who graduate this year, but under the able guidance of Coach Burroughs and with good material in tho forensic society, we mey hope for anothor successful season next year. fS6jYou tell 'em Ben! Jim Murat Frank does a bit of last minute checking up Gordon Haferbecker Ben Laske Margaret Becker [87]IRIS The Iris Staff this year selected the theme "An Airplane View of the School", and it has attempted to give you just that. The book was divided into three divisions: The People, Their Diversions, and Their Activities. Each department, each organization, each person, (we hope) in this school, has his place in our book. We think we covered just about everything, with the idea of giving you a photographic souvenir, and the public outside of C.S.T.C. an idea of our school and its institutions. Every person on the staff contributed a large share to the success (we again hope) of this book, and without any one of the group, the book would not be what it is. However, a few people, in especially responsible positions, did remarkably fine work in their departments. First of all, Clifford Sprague, our head photographer, did a splendid piece of work, and believe us, this is one of the hardest, if not the hardest job on the staff. Layout artists Truman Johnston and Evelyn Sonnenberg also did the fine, careful type of work which contributes so largely to the appearance of an annual. Assistant Editor Gordon Haferbecker proved to be a mainstay of the copy work in his handling and checking of all written material. The staff of this year's Iris has sincerely tried to give you the best book it could put out. We do hope you like it! DEARBORN SPINDLER, Editor BERNARD JOHNSON, Business Manager First Row—Jean Holman. Betty Smith. Nancy Steiner. Katherine Tyler, Eleanor Ruchti, Poggy Glennon. Kathleen Stone, Janetto Van Natta. Second Row—LaNore Oleson. Betty Richards, Eleanor Breeden. Grace Okray. Margaret Bochor, Ruth Johnson. Florence Smith, Ethel Stoltenberg, Evelyn Sonnenberg. Third Row—Bernard Johnson. Mason Atwood, Harold Scheel, Truman Johnston. Neal Brown, Dearborn Spindler, Roland Cady. STAFF Mr. Rogers our The Business Manager Truman lays out faculty advisor checks up some pages Cliff We do like Iris work! Grade (Editor speaking) Socrates or somebody gets his nose blown Some of the feminine members of our staff (Not the only bust in school with a cold!) [89]POINTER RAYMOND M. RIGHTSELL EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in-Chiel...........................................Marvin Olson News Editor................................................LaRue Smith Composition Editor......................................Harvey Martini Sports Editors.....................................Jo© Bloom. Jerry Dunn Society Editors.............................Eileon Rose, Jane Johnson Feature Editors . Ben Laschkowitsch, Philip Thorson, Charlie Burch. George Quandt Art Editor.............................................. Frank Jacobson Typists . . Evelyn Schwingel, LaNore Oleson, Kathleen Stone Stall Photographer................................. . Bob Veenie Copy Editor ... . . Myrna Rogers Proof Readers.............................Betty Smith, Betty Richards BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager......................................Jeanette Winarski Circulation Manager . Jack Taylor. Bob Larson . Assistant Advertising Manager....................................Patrick Kennedy Circulation Stall . . Eleanor Breeden, Ruby Ottem. Iris Forbes Faculty Advisor.................................Mr. R. M. Rightsell MARVIN OLSON, Editor JEANETTE WINARSKI. Business Manager The Pointer is the college newspaper, which is published weekly on Wednesdays. The primary aim of the Pointer is to bring timely, interesting, unprejudiced news of college life to the students of C.S.T.C. A number of changes and improvements should be credited to our paper for this year, with due respect to our editor, Marvin Olson, who is chiefly responsible for them. The size of our paper has been increased fifty per cent. The money which has been collected by the business manager, Jeanette Winarski, is the largest amount in the history of the Pointer. The title of the paper was redesigned this year by our art editor. The style of letter is more streamlined than before and it is symbolized with a dog—a Pointer—which is a familiar emblem to all in C.S.T.C. A "morgue'' has also been established which contains filed clippings, references, newspapers, and post Pointer issues. This is not only valuable at the present, but will serve a definite purpose for future staff workers. [90]STAFF First Row—Ben Laschkewitsch. LaNore Oleson, Evelyn Schwinqol, Joe Bloom, Gsorge Quandt. Robsrt Vonnio, Harvoy Martini. Second Row—Jerry Dunn. Don Olson, Frank Jacobson, LaRue Smith, Kathleen Stone, Myma Rogers, Marvin Olson. Harvey, the comp, editor La Rue is such a busy man We don't believe it either, Marvl George Quandt A corner o the Pointer room Joe writes his weekly sport page [91}SIGMA TAU DELTA First Bow—Norman E. Knutzen, Lynndrod Podorson. Ruby Ottem, Barbara Wake, Zilphia Webster, Jayne Akins, Warren LoRoux. Second Row—Mary Sturm, Ledah Van Gilder. Jean Dopp, Janette Van Natta, Lorraine Johnson, Zella Loomor. Third Bow—Dorothy Clark. Roberta Potorson, Eleanor Ruchti. President Secretary Treasurer Historian OFFICERS Jean Dopp Zilphia Webster Ruby Ottem Jayne Akins The Psi Beta chapter, the forty-seventh chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, National Honorary Fraternity for English students, was organized at Central State Teachers College in 1930. The purpose of the organization is to advance the study of the chief literary masterpieces, to encourage worthwhile reading, to promote the mastery of written expression, and to foster the spirit of fellowship among students specializing in English. Group meetings have been held throughout the school year. In 1937 the organization initiated an original student publication, the "Flight". This was published and sold to students and anyone interested, for a small sum. Eleanor Ruchti was the editor for "Flight" this year. PERSONNEL Roberta Peterson Warren Le Roux Dorothy Mullarky Jean Dopp Ruby Ottem Jayne Akins Zip Webster LaRue Smith Bill Clements Ledah Van Gordon Haferbecker Eleanor Theisen Janette Van Natta Eleanor Ruchti Lorraine Johnson Lynndred Pederson Dorothy Clark Mary Sturm Barbara Wake Gilder FACULTY Mr. Burroughs Miss Hanna Mr. Jenkins Miss Mason Miss Davis Mr. Knutzen Mr. Smith Miss Loomer Miss Colman [92]SIGMA ZETA First Row—Gilbert W. Faust, Barbara Gordes. Ruth Johnson, Eileon Marx, Florence Smith, Joan Dopp, Gladys Grove. T. A. Rogers. Second Row—Gordon McAllen. John Hanson. Francis Weingartner, Roland Cady. Tod Moyer. Marvin Olson. Loo Lang. Bessie May Allen. Third Row—Joe Albrecht, Cornelia King, J. Winarski, Ethel Hill. Helen Johnson. E. Stoltenborg, E. Einioldt. Elida Torkelson. Ray Wiersig. Fourth Row—LaRuo Smith, Joe Neisuis, Tony Posluszny, Ray Rozelle. John Steiner, Gordon Cowles. Ruebon Bolongia, Morvill© Mevorden. OFFICERS Master Scientist . Vice Master Scientist . Recorder-Treasurer Roland Cady Eileen Marx Ruth Johnson The Zeta chapter of Sigma Zeta national honorary science fraternity was established at C.S.T.C. in 1939. Its purpose is two-fold in nature: to encourage and foster the attainment of a knowledge of the sciences, and to recognize the attainment of high scholarship among those fitted for membership in this society. Students majoring or minoring in science and who have, as well, a favorable academic class average are eligible for membership. Illustrated lectures have been given by Dr. Pierson. Dr. Wesiol and Roland Cady. Sigma Zeta has also sponsored a weekly radio program entitled "Test Tubes and Telescopes", a "Science in the News" feature. PERSONNEL Associate (Continued) Cornelia King Robert Nixon Honorary Raymond Rightsell Charles Watson Oscar Nixon Arthur Lyness Associate Victor Thompson Alton McCormick Margaret Becher Barbara Gerdes Helen Johnson Manson Hoyt George Quandt Merville Meverden Don Abrahamson Actives Bessie May Allen Charles Evans Gilbert Faust Helen Meston Burton Pierce Thomas Rogers Emily Wilson Roland Cady William Clements Gordon Cowles Actives (Continued) Phil Dakin Jean Dopp Joe Albrecht Rueben Belongia Edith Einfeldt Gladys Greve John Hanson Ethel Hill Ruth Johnson Leo Lang Gordon McAllen Eileen Marx Ted Meyer Actives (Continued) Joe Neisuis Marvin Olson Harry Olingy Anthony Posluszny Florence Smith LaRue Smith John Steiner Ethel Stoltenberg Elida Torkelson Leslie Trowbridge Ray Wiersig Jeanette Winarski Francis WeingartnerFirst Row—Ruth Behnke, Frances Bourcier, Claire Willicms, Florence Morency. Ruth Johnson, Gladys Greve, Ann Mainland. Second Row—Margaret Ann King, Germaine Byrne, Lucille Gehrke, Helen Moore, Helen Thornton, La Nore Oleson, Celia Wohlfert. Third Row—Bessie May Allen, Marguerite Bonn, Corinno Sandmire, Mary Anne Gleeson, Anita Hickey. Edna Marotz, Louise Reese. Jane Krueger. Fourth Row—Marion Roberts, Dorothy Lloyd. Ethel Hill. Elida Torkelson, Edith Einfoldt, Iris Forbes. Joan Schrank. HOME ECONOMICS OFFICERS President............................Gladys Greve Vice-President............................Ruth Behnke Secretary-Treasurer.......................Edith Einfeldt Faculty Advisors .... Miss Allen, Miss Meston The Home Economics Club has beeen organized each school year for the purpose of bringing the girls in the Home Economics Department closer together in their common interests, both professional and social. The local club is affiliated with both state and national Home Economics associations. A number of interesting meetings have been held throughout the year. Mr. Burroughs gave a worthwhile talk on "Parliamentary Law", and Miss Davis gave an interesting chat on her hobby "Dress Designing". She illustrated her talk with original pen sketches of her own. All the meetings this year were held at North Sims Cottage. The homey atmosphere made it a pleasant place for meetings. At Christmas time the club posted a fund which was used for charity work. Ruth Behnke Frances Bourcier Gladys Greve Ruth Johnson La Nore Oleson Joan Schrank Celia Wolfert Germaine Byrne Marguerite Benn Edith Einfeldt PERSONNEL Lucille Gehrke Anita Hickey Ethel Hill Margaret Ann King Dorothy Lloyd Helen Moore Ann Mainland Florence Morency Louise Reese Corinne Sandmire Helen Thornton Elida Torkelson Claire Williams Katherine Bowersock Iris Forbes Mary Ann Gleeson Jane Krueger Marian Roberts Edna Marotz [941Top Picture First Row—Luida Sanders. Viola Gericke, Doris Thousand. Dorothy Howell, lone Redlin. Joyce Larsen, V. L. Johnson. Mary Kathryn Copper. Second Row—Jean McFetridqe, Ledah Van Gilder, LaNore Oleson, Verna Lueck, Ruth Robison, Marcel-line Warbelton, Dorothy Sieck. May Topping, Anita Angus. Bottom Picture First Row—Lorraine Brown, Vivian Haack, Minnie Mae Brehm, Lorraine Hanson, Helen Randorf, Marjorie Leland, Natalie Weissor, Lorraine Gillaspy. Second Row—Crystal Twist, Dorothy Nelson. Mabel Wind, Madeline Posky, Dorothy Gunderson. Grace Perrodin, Sophie Palukas. Ruby Selves. Kathleen Stone. Third Row—Elida Torkelson, Ethel Hill, Elouise Torkelson, Nelda Koch, Corinne Sandmlre, Lucille Gehrke, Edith Einfeldt, Louise Korth, Shirley Munson, Marjorie Johnson. Y. W. C. A. President CABINET Ledah Van Gilder Secretary • • • Luida Sanders Treasurer C 7. Elida Torkelson Program Chairman . Viola Gericke Finance Chairman . Mabel Wind Advertising Chairman V Lorraine Gillaspy Social Chairman . • • • Marjorie Leland Reporter La Nore Oleson Y.W.C.A. is an international organization whose main purpose is to promote a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. It is a determination of the group to have a part in making this life possible for all people. Under the able direction of President Ledah Van Gilder, the Y.W.C.A. has thrived and carried on a number of worthwhile activities during the year. The program of the year consisted of a series of alternating social and world affairs. At Christmas time the group did charity work for three needy families. This was very successful and compensating in spiritual satisfaction. On the first day of spring, Y.W.C.A. sponsored a "Silver Tea" for the public, in the Home Economics parlors. The Annual Formal Spring banquet was again held at Hotel Whiting. [95]First Row—Bepjamin Kordus. Maurice Hannon. Verna Dvorscak, Leo Lang. Bessie LaVigne. May M. Roach. Myron Kufel. Second Row—Edwin Lietz, Doris Scderberg. Mona Reichert. Grace Okray. Florence Morency. Marcella King, Cornolia King. Juno Weiler. Third Row—Wallace Wheeler, Jerry O'Doherty. Margie Weiler, Frances Malsheski, Laurel LaValle, Celia A. Jordan, Agnes Lukasavitz, J. C. Maloney. Chairman North Control Statos Province of National Federation of Newman Clubs. Fourth Row—Fred Mozuch. Raymond Lopak, Warren Lonsmire, Ralph Urbanowski. Louie Lang, Roman L. Rajskl, Bernard Yulga. Florian Furmanek. NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS President....................... Vice-President.................... Secretary-Treasurer Chaplain........................... Faculty Advisor.................... Leo Lang Grace Okray Doris Soderberg Reverend Kabat Miss May Roach The Newman Club is a successor to the Loyola Club. The name has been adopted as a means to avoid confusion because the Newman group is a national organization. All Catholic students and others who are interested in people may become members. The purpose of the club as stated in its constitution is—"The Newman Club is a club of Catholic culture and Catholic fellowship that shall foster the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic students of the Central State Teachers College and its students whenever possible; and aid, by Catholic Action through the Bishop of the diocese, the work of the Church." Bernard Yulga Roman Rajski Fred Mozuch Maurice Hannon Ed Lietz Mona Reichert Grace Okray Doris Soderberg Wallace Wheeler Miss B. LaVigne MEMBERS Florence Morency Marcella King Cornelia King Raymond Lepak Mary Ann Lochner Leo Lang Louis Lang Margaret Weiler Mary Shafrinski — ACTIVE June Weiler Marguorito Carmody Laurel La Valle Frances Malcheski Celia Jordon Jeanette Jerzak La Verne Lonsdorf Geraldine Wojciechowski Marian Soppa Henry Hoffman Leona Kulas Sophie Glen Alex Szymanski V arren Lensmire Verna Dvorscak Katherine Ciula Bess Chylek Agatha Niggoman HONORARY Miss M. Neuberger Miss M. Roach Miss M. Hanna [96]First Row—John Stoinor, Bornard Yulga, Honry Hryniewicki. Joanetto Fierok, Arlono Huntoon, Mario Pasternack!. Second Row—Kathorino Boworsock. Francis Woingartnor, Ruth Bohnko, Roland Cady, Marcollino Warbolton, Earl Mlchaols. Dorothy Gunderson. Third Row—Morvillo Movordon, Lynn Foutz, Richard Giose. Vernon Henrichs. Ethel Stoltonborg, Selma Prell, Madolino Posky. PHOTO CLUB OFFICERS First Semester . Second Semester Clifford Sprague................President.............. Clifford Sprague Katherine Bowersock . . . Vice President .... Vernon Henrichs Merville Meverden .... Secretary......................Merville Meverden Elroy Florence..................Treasurer.................... Lynn Feutz The Photo Club was founded in 1935 by a group of students interested in the various phases of photography. The members are permitted the use of the dark room and its equipment and facilities provided for photographic work. Individuals and the Iris Staff aid by contributions and active services. This year the club sponsored a series of lectures on photography at the meetings which are held on every second Wednesday. Helpful photoknowledge was gained from these lectures. Most of them were illustrated. A highlight of the season was the photo party sponsored by the club in January. Candid shots were a "specialty”. The club sponsored a contest in the spring for original pictures. Prizes were given to the various groups. PERSONNEL Norman Jacobson Honorary Ruth Johnson LaNoro Oloson Joan Schrank Marcollino Warbolton Actives Ruth Behnke Kathorino Bowersock Roland Cady Lynn Foutz Elroy Florence Douglas Fonstad Lucille Gohrko Richard Giose Dorothy Gunderson Vernon Henrichs Arloono Huntoon Robert Vennie Francis Weingartnor Henry Hryniewicki Harvey Martini Merville Meverden Earl Michaels Helen Moore Madeline Posky Selma Prell M. Pasternack i Clifford Sprague John Steiner Ethel Stoltenberg Helen Thornton Bernard Yulga Jeanette Fiorek [97]First Row—Janatte Van Natta. Nancy Steiner. Barbara Gardes. Madeline Davel, B. Bowman. Second Row—Mr. Jenkins, Bon Laschkowitsch, Earle Seibert. Bob Bretzke, LaRue Smith. Lois Gene Peden, Mr. L. Burroughs. Third Row—Lawrence Jozwiak. John Yurkovich, Margaret Bcchor, Phil Runkol. Ted Moyer. Merville Meverden, Wayne Johnson. COLLEGE THEATER OFFICERS Faculty Advisors—Mr. W. Jenkins, Mr. L. Burroughs First Semester Second Semester Ben Laske........................President......................Ben Laske Phil Runkel......................Executive............................Earle Siebert LaRue Smith..................Business Manager...............Wayne Johnson Barbara Gerdes...................Secretary..................Barbara Gerdes Madeline Davel . . . Assistant Secretary . . . Margaret Becher Bookeeper.................................................Elizabeth Hannon Publicity Manager............................................John Yurkovich Official Photographer..................................' Clifford Sprague College Theater is one of the most active organizations on the campus since its revived reorganization in 1936. It has served much in the way of practical participation in play production. Any student may try out for the organization; interest, work, and quality are membership qualifications sought for. Some of the outstanding productions during the first semester were: "Thirst", a drama of impressionism, directed by Phil Runkel; "Cloudburst", an experiment in silhouette, directed by Barbara Gerdes; "There's Always Tomorrow", a comedy, directed by Earle Siebert; "Swamp Spirit", directed by Wayne Johnson, and "Murder by Morning", a mystery directed by Betty Hannon and Margaret Becher. "Verdict by Tradition", written by Lawrence Jozwiak of College Theater, was presented second semester under the direction of Betty Hannon. PERSONNEL Margaret Bachor Blancho Bowman Robert Bretzke Leland M. Burroughs J. Donald Colby Madeline Davel Barbara Gardes Gordon Haferbeckor Elizaboth Hannon Harlow Henningor Wayne Johnson Lawrence Jozwiak Warren G. Jenkins Bon Laschkowitsch Merville Mevordon Tod Moyor Joe Ophovon Fred Parfrey Lois Peden Eleanor Ruchti Phil Runkol Nancy Steinsr Earle Siebert LaRue Smith Cliff Sprague fanotte Van Natta John Yurkovich [98]First Row—Janette Van Natta, Eleanor Ruchti. Second Row—Ted Moyor, Barbara Gordos, Lois Peden. Merville Meverdon. Third Row—Phil Runkel, Gordon Haferbockor. Lawronc© Jozwiak. Earlo Siobort. ALPHA PSI OMEGA OFFICERS Director..................................Fred Parfrey Recorder Advertising Manager . . Lois Gene Peden Sub-Director.........................Janette Van Natta In the year 1936 the College Theater was organized at Central State Teachers College after several years of inactivity. Necessity and sincere interest were the assets. It is a very active organization on the campus. It has served practical theater and play experience. As a result, a stimulated Eta Delta Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega was established March 3, 1938. There were twelve charter members. This honorary fraternity perhaps is the smallest group on the campus, but it is the oniy international fraternity present here. As an outstanding feature of Alpha Psi Omega's program, the stage, the auditorium, and the lighting system were improved, making our equipment rate among those schools with the finest equipment in Wisconsin. A switchboard was designed and built by Phil Runkel, of Alpha Psi Omega, and Don Colby. PERSONNEL Ted Meyer Mavis Preville Phil Runkel Joe Ophoven Lawrence Jozwiak LaRue Smith Barbara Gerdes Gordon Haferbecker Eleanor Ruchti Earle Siebert Merville Meverdon Wayne Johnson [99]Seated—Mrs. Michelsen. Mr. Faust, Evelyn Schwingle, Marguerite Adams, Loota Brandt, Eyloone Atkins, Betty Johnson, Ula Mae Knutson, Mr. Michelsen. Standing -Harold School, John Hanson, Konnoth Storandt, Louis Hamel, Phil Dakin, Delos Kobs, Frod Parfroy, Clifton Fonstad, Norman Jacobson, Samuol Winch. Warren LoRoux. CHARTER MEMBERS Margaret Miller, Dorothy Richards, George Cartmill, Kenneth Storandt, Fred Parfrey Faculty Advisor . . . Professor P. J. Michelsen OFFICERS President .... Fred Parfrey Secretary . . Evelyn Schwingle Vice President . . . Delos Kobs Treasurer . . . Kenneth Storandt Alpha Kappa Rho, local musical honorary fraternity, was organized on the campus in 1937. It has had a short but active life thus far. The primary purpose of the organization is to stimulate interest in music and to develop personalities and leaders among musical students. No Freshmen are allowed to join. Only Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors with a 1.5 rating, plus one or more years in directing and participation in two or more music organizations is required. The fraternity is very active in manipulating musical affairs, such as clinics, concerts, and festivals. The formal banquet was held in March at Nelson Hall. Alpha Kappa Rho sponsors an Annual Musical Concert. Pafron©ss©s—Mrs. E. T. Smith. Mrs. P. J. Michelsen. Faculty Mombors—Mr. Georgo AUoz, Mr. Gilbort Faust. Mr. Herbert R. Steiner. Actives—Fred Parfrey, Kenneth Storandt, Delos Kobs, Ula Mao Knutson. John Hanson, Warron LeRoux. Eyloone Atkins. Marguerite Adams, Neal Brown. Norman Jacobson. Evelyn Schwinglo, Harold School. Samuol Winch. Botty Johnson, Phil Dakin, Clifton Fonstad, Leota Brandt, Louis Hamol, Bill Mlllor, Mrs. H. R. Stoinor. Associates—Leslie Hanson, Velma Scribner, Oscar Christianson, A. Mannis. ALPHA KAPPA [100][101} Our new bus. A bit of exercise. Behind the scenes. Don Lewis with his Theory class. Mixed chorus. Just before the band trip.HOMECOMING Sara is crowned Homecoming Queen. Our float on Armistice Day. Hatch does a bit of cheerleading. A air ot! Traditional bonfire. [104]MARDI GRAS Steppers. King and Queen of the Mardi Gras. Let's have a barn dance! The lunch counter. Tau Gams and Ferdinand the Bull. As luck would have it. Sidelines. [105}King Franklin Hitzke and Queen Peggy Glennon F. Hitzke. P. Glennon, H. Scheinert. J. Steiner [106} SENIOR BALLKing Marvin Olson and Queen Carmelita Wirkus Mason Atwood, Margaret Kujawa, Carmelita Wirkus, Marvin Olson. [107] JUNIOR PROMPAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL First Row—Eleanor Ruchti, Franklin Hitzke. Betty Schwahn. John Stoiner. Second Row—Kenneth Storandt, Ruth Behnke, Gordon Haferbecker. Jane Johnson. Third Row—Don Olson, Nancy Steiner, Jim Duecker, Zilphia Webster, Jorry Krembs. First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester Donald Olson.....................President .... Gordon Haferbecker Jean Mailer.................Secretary-Treasurer ... Nancy Steiner Comprised of all of the Greek organization presidents and one other representative from each sorority and fraternity, the Pan-Hellenic council is a cooperative "Greek" governing board empowered to settle all questions of common interest to the member organizations. Although several years ago it forsook the more common title, Greek council, for the high powered name it now goes by, that of Pan-Hellenic council, the duties remain as limited as ever. In fact, besides meeting twice annually to set the dates for pledging, rushing, etc., this honorable body finds little in the way of business to upset the normal course of activity for the representative members, which all goes to show that the Greeks do have a word for it! However, no one can deny that the semi-annual "Greek Council" dances are the most popular by far with the "chosen few" in the Greek societies— especially those members with the anemic bank rolls, or we might just say, with all of the members. For the records, however, it should be said that the Pan-Hellenic council inaugurated a popular action the second semester of this year when they decided to forsake the former site of Greek council dances, the cavernous training school gym, and moved the dance to the Hotel Whiting ball room. Even though the duties of the Pan-Hellenic council have not proven burdensome, it cannot go without saying that this body does serve a valuable function as a "situation" preventer, if not a trouble settler. PERSONNEL CHI DELTA RHO PHI SIGMA EPSILON John Steiner . .First Somostor Donald Olson First Semester Frank Hitzke . Second Semester Gordon Haferbecker Second Semoster James Duecker . . First Semester Jerry Krembs First Semostor Clyde Brunner . Second Somoster Kenneth Storandt . Second Semester OMEGA MU CHI TAU GAMMA BETA Eleanor Ruchti . First Semester Jean Mailer . First Semestor Zilphia Webster Second Semester Jane Johnson . Second Semester Betty Schwan First Semester Ruth Behnke First Somostor Nancy Steiner Second Somestor Jean Mailer .Second Semester [108]FUN AT C.S.T.C Faust in a dancing mood. Senior Bali committee A pair of persons. Sheik Olingy. A new band member. My, what a big girl you are Betty! Dot and Ed grab a bite. The new bus is christened. Rev. and Roberta. [109}First Row—Dearborn Spindler, Warren LeRoux, Bill McDonald, LaVem Van Dyke. Louis Drobnick, Bob Larson. Frank Hitzke. Second Row—Clyde Brunner, Oscar Copes, Bill Loewocke, Jim Murat, Ray Wiersig, Ed Slotwinski. Third Row—Jack Vincent, Fe Bohan, Hank Warner, George Cashin, James Duecker, Dennis Brunner, Earl Raab, Bob Burkman, Truman Johnston. ALPHA CHAPTER OF CHI DELTA RHO First Semester John Steiner . Oscar Copes . Henry Warner Warren LeRoux Jim Duecker . OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Greek Council Second Semester Franklin Hitzke Henry Warner Robert Larson Warren LeRoux Clyde Brunner Since 1931, Chi Delta Rho fraternity has enjoyed the most rapid growth of any social organization on the Central State campus. Although parvenu's in Central State's fraternal spotlight from the standpoint of years of exist ance, the Alpha Chapter this year has again been prominent in the school's curricular and extracurricular activities, as shown by its leadership on the varsity football and basketball teams, the band, glee club. Iris and numerous other school activities. Among other things, Frank Hitzke and Bill Loewecke captained the varsity football team, Hank Warner led the varsity cagers, Dearborn Spindler edited the Iris, Jim Murat was prominent in debate, and Hitzke was elected prexy of the Senior class. Anticipating the graduation of an outstanding senior membership, including Hitzke, Steiner, (the younger). Maestro Norman Hinkley, Brunner, LeRoux et al, the Chi Delt organization paves the way for continued activity and leadership by pledging, this year, the largest group in the history of the organization. [no]PERSONNEL Seniors Clyde Brunner Dennis Brunner Gordon Cowles Oscar Copes Norman Hinkley Franklin Hitzke Warren LeRoux William Loewecke James Murat Harry Olingy Arthur Stapel John Steiner Juniors Anton Anderson Fe Bohan Neal Brown Lewis Drobnick James Duecker William McDonald Dearborn Spindler Henry Warner Francis Weingartner Ray Wiersig Sophomores Robert Burkman Arthur Carr George Cashin Truman Johnston Robert Larson Guilbert Meier Merville Meverden Earle Seibert Earl Raab Sherman Sword Jack Taylor Gerald Torkelson J.aVern Van Dyke Jack Vincent Freshmen Paul Borham James Cashin Ted Fritsch James Hanig Gene Harrington Elmer Hoffman Floyd Nixon Richard Sanborn James Unger Faculty Advisors Norman Knutzen George Allez Raymond Rightsell Harold Tolo fm] Some Chi Delts. A fine group of young men. Some pledges. A letter that was found in the school box. Soup's on!First Row—Grace Molchoir, Lorraino Johnson, Zilphia Webster, Margaret Kratz, Elizabeth Dopp, Nancy Steiner, Cora Mae Anderson. Second Row—Betty Smith, Anita Madson, Katherine Mozuch, Marjorie Jacobs. Dorothy Larson. Third Row—Florence Smith, Lucille Block, Peggy Glennon. Betty Schwahn, Eleanor Ruchti, Kathryn Piehl. Joan Dopp, Lois Peden, Evelyn Schingle. OMEGA MU CHI First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester Eleanor Ruchti...............President....................Zilphia Webster Margaret Kratz................Vice President.................Lucille Bleck Grace Melchoir...............Secretary........................ Jean Dopp Marjorie Jacobs..............Treasurer......................Anita Madsen Betty Schwahn.................Greek Council................ Nancy Steiner Peggy Glennon .... Press Representative .... Grace Melchoir Enjoying its twelfth year as a pace-setting Greek organization on the Central State campus, Omega Mu Chi sorority this year has again continued to maintain its prominence with diversified social participation and scholastic leadership. Besides the usual round of teas, dinners, rushing pledging and informal parties, the "Omegs" "gave out" on Saturday. February 4, with a formal which not only attracted numerous alums and others but climaxed the first semester social whirl as well. Savants Jean Dopp and Virginia Johnson sported the Omeg scholarship pin for pledges during the first and second semesters respectively and pulchrtudinous Peggy Glennon, with King Franklin Hitzke, reigned over the Senior Ball. A definitely progressive step was made by local alumni members this year when this group set up a permanent alumni organization which has materially strengthened the sorority. One of the early activities of the alumni group was to fete the actives at a desert bridge at the Hotel Whiting. Although certain to miss such outstanding Greeks as Betty Schwahn, Jayne Akins, "Zip" Webster and the other seniors, Omega Mu Chi sorority appears well enough fortified through the addition of an excellent group of pledges to continue next year the splendid progress of this year. [112]Seniors Jayne Akins Lucille Bleck Elizabeth Dopp Jean Dopp Margaret Kratz Lois Gene Peden Betty Schwahn Zilphia Webster Juniors Eileen De Horn Peqqy Glennon Lorraine Johnson Virginia Johnson Anita Madsen Grace Melchoir Eleanor Ruchti Evelyn Schingel Florence Smith Sophomores Cora Mae Anderson Evelyn Hillert Marjorie Jacobs Dorothy Larson Kathryn Piehl Betty Smith Nancy Steiner Kathryn Mozuch Freshmen Eileen Crummey Bette Leu Dent Margaret Edwards Betty Gustin Harriet Hoppen Joyce I-arson PERSONNEL Madelyn Lee Leone Michalske Lucille Miller Margaret Murrish Virginia O'Conner Patronesses Mrs. Charles Cashin Mrs. Palmer Taylor Honorary Members Mrs. Harold Tolo Mrs. Erwin Schwahn Miss Susan Colman Faculty Adviser Miss Edna Carlsten Cm] Omega pledges. All Omegas are v e! At the Formal. The total ensemble.First Row—Marvin Olson, Bill Mailor, A1 Carmody, Clif Fonstad, John Yurkovich. Robort Bishop. Second Row—Jerry Krombs, Ed Durand, Konnoth Storandt, Don Abrahamson, Ray Hodell, Ben Laske, Earl Michaels. Charles Burch, Don Olson, Norman Jacobson. Third Row—Douglas Fonstad. Bob Bretzke, Joe Bloom. Phil Dakin. Fourth Row—Tom Jaaska. Gordon Haforbecicer. Mason Atwood. Wayne Johnson. Ray Disher. Phil Thorsen, Jerry Dunn. Charles Kohls. Harvey Martini, Quentin Morrill. PHI SIGMA EPSILON OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester Donald Olson....................President .... Gordon Halerbecker Fred Parfrey..................Vice President...............Charles Kohls Kenneth Storandt................Secretary............................Fred Parfrey Gordon Haferbecker .... Treasurer.........................Robert Bretzke Jerry Krembs.................Greek Council .... Kenneth Storandt The Kappa chapter of Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity, an outgrowth of the old local, Phi Lambda Phi, has maintained its place of leadership among Central State's social organizations by virtue of the active participation of its members in nearly all the phases of the school's activities. It is the first organization on the campus to maintain a chapter house, which is located on Main street, which has continued to be one of the leading social meeting places for Central State's men. Among the more prominently mentioned names included on the Phi Sig roster during the past year were the Lasky-Haferbecker debate combination, Junior class prexy and Pointer editor, Marvin Olson, and Assistant band director Fred Parfrey. Highspots in the Phi Sig social register entry for the past year, besides the annual formal, held January 14 at the Whiting hotel, were the Valentine and Christmas parties. Graduation and Transference are expected to deplete the Phi Sig roster of many such olatimers as Jerry Krembs, Ken Storandt, Don Olson, Charlie Burch and others, but large classes of pledges, both semesters of this year, will keep the chapter at its full strength. [114]Seniors Charles Burch Clifford Fonstad Gordon Haferbecker Joe Hannon Tom Jaaska Wayne Johnson Charles Kohls Jerry Krembs Ben Laske Harvey Martini Ted Meyer Earl Michaels Donald Olson Fred Parfrey Kenneth Storandt Samuel Winch Juniors Mason Atwood Roman Baker Robert Bishop Joe Bloom Robert Bretzke A1 Carmody Philip Dakin Ed Durand Jerry Dunn John Felix Ray Hodell Norman Jacobson Pat Kennedy Marvin Olson Joe Ophoven LaRue Smith Carl Swanson Phillip Thorson John Yurkovich Dan Young PERSONNEL Sophomores Donald Abrahamson Walter Bretzke Ray Disher Douglas Fonstad William Mailer Quenton Merrill William Miller Bob Oik Frank Schneider Freshmen Don Aucutt Bob Becker Charles Dodge Charles Jensen Harold Menzel Arnold Mossier William Oik Florian Sybeldon The v inners of the intramural basketball championship. A likely group. nis] Paddle-view of Don Assuming the angle.First Hov --Eiloen Roso. Eleanor Theisen, Jeanette Fierek. Ruth Behnke, Lila Wilkins, Marguerite Benn, Mildred Guyant. Second Row—Ann Mainland, Germaine Byrne, Doris Soderberg, Iris Forbes, Carmelita Wirkus, Jane Johnson, Gladys Greve, LaRae Winch, Katherine Houg. Third Row—Mary Gleeson, Marguerite Adams, Mavis Proville, Dorothy Mullarky, UlaMae Knutson, Botty Richards. Claire Williams. Eleanor Broedon. TAU GAMMA BETA First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester Jean Mailer......................President....................Jane Johnson Dorothy Mullarkey . . . Vice President .... Ula Mae Knutzen Jane Johnson...............Corresponding Secretary........... Iris Forbes Ann Mainland.....................Secretary....................Sara Mainland Eleanor Breeden..................Treasurer.............Eleanor Breeden Ruth Behnke....................Greek Council..................Jean Mailer Sara Mainland .... Press Representative........................Eileen Rose Continued prominence in Central State's social life since 1909 is the story of Tau Gamma Beta sorority, oldest and best established Greek organization on the campus. Only in Tau Gamma Beta sorority do you find the tradition that goes with having two generations of the same family in a Greek letter society. During the long existence of the Tau Gam organization, it has consistently been a leader in the ever-growing social life at Central State. Besides the active social program of teas, dinners, and dances, the organization sponsored a Christmas charity program this year and delivered baskets to needy families. This was looked upon as proJxrbly the outstanding non-social activity of any of the Greek organizations this year. The Tau Gam formal annually attracts the largest crowd of any of the Greek formals, and this year was no exception. Especially prominent in social activities this year were Prom Queen Carmelita Wirkus, Dorothy Mullarkey, debater Jane Johnson, Jean Mailer, and others. Among the Tau Gam pledges were cheer leader and general entertainer Sara Anderson, and popular Lila Wilkins and Margaret Kujawa. An unusually large group of freshmen and sophomore pledges were taken into the sorority this year to replace the strong graduating senior group. [116]PERSONNEL Seniors Ruth Behnke Irene Dix Gladys Greve Jean Mailer Sara Mainland Dorothy Mullarkey Eleanor Theisen Freshmen Sara Anderson Ingeborg Enderlein Elizabeth Hotvedt Dorothy Ingham Madelyn La Brot Lucille Weiher Sophomores Marguerite Adams Mary Gleeson Mildred Guyant Margaret Kujawa Eileen Rose Doris Soderberg Aloha Walter Lila Wilkins La Rae Winch Carmelita Wirkus Juniors Marguerite Benn Eleanor Breeden Germaine Byrne Jeanette Fierek Iris Forbes Katherine Houg Jane Johnson Ula Mae Knutzen Ann Mainland Mavis Preville Betty Richards Rita Russell Claire Williams A Jew pledges. Chorus. A row of Tau Gams. Poor pledges, all tired from their grueling experiences. H17]ODDS AND ENDS A formal affair. Dopey, from the Senior Ball Decorations. The famous quartette. (A Hinkley Product). Aunt Jemina. Some Chi Delts. Laboratory. Spring. (Phone 1603]) Along the sidelines at the Senior Ball. Snow White and some of her coterie. [118]Our Advertisers ... TIME AFTER TIME, the business men and the professional people of Stevens Point have been asked to support the college activities. TIME AFTER TIME, the business men and the professional people of Stevens Point have given their moral as well as their financial support, generously, to the activities of Central State Teachers College. THE NEXT TIME the students of this college can show their appreciation by buying from the independent business men of Stevens Point. BERNARD JOHNSON Business Manager, 1939 Iris. [119]■ ...——------------------------———--- -... - —+ Central State Teachers College Stevens Point, Wis. 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Campbell's .............. C. S. T. C............... Citizens National Bank .. City Fruit Exchange ..... College Eat Shop ......... College Supply Store .... Continental.............. Cook Studio ............. Copps Co................. Delzell Oil Co........... First National Bank ..... Fisher, Cashin Reinholdt Fisher's Dairy .......... Freiberg Plumbing ....... Fromm's Fox Farm ........ Hammersmith-Kortmeyer .. Hannon-Bach ............. Hardware Mutual ......... Hotel Whiting ........... Journal Printing Co...... Kremb's................................ 123 Meyer's ............................... 122 Moll-Glennon's ........................ 125 Nigbor's .............................. 124 Normington's .......................... 125 Pfiffner's ............................ 132 Rennebohm's ........................... 131 Schaftner's ........................... 132 Schnabel's ............................ 127 Scribner's ............................ 132 Service Printing Co.................... 123 Shafton's.............................. 121 Sport Shop ............................ 130 Stevens Point Bev. Co.................. 121 Taylor's .............................. 127 Vetter's .............................. 130 Walter's Flowers ...................... 131 Welsby's............................... 122 Whiting-Plover......................... 127 Wilson Floral.......................... 134 Wis. Public Serv. Corp................. 130 Worzalla Publishers.................... 122 Zenoff's .............................. 132 [«36] 133 124 123 123 120 121 121 132 125 122 122 126 134 131 132 131 124 128 135 126 129 130 122FACULTY INDEX Falk. Philip H......................................... 7 Allen, Bessie May ............................17. 93, 94 Allez. George C........................................17 Burroughs. Leland M...........................17. 86. 98 Carlsten, Edna ...................................17, 118 Church. Nancy 1........................................17 Colby. J. Donald .....................................17. 61 Colman, Susan ............................17. 50. 51, 85 Davidoff, Adele ......................................17. 82 Davis, Mildred G.......................................18 Dearborn, Frances R....................................18 Diehl. Leah L..........................................18 Evans. Charles G........................................15. 18 Faust. Gilbort W...............18. 61. 67. 85. 93. 100. 109 Finch, Mrs. Josephine ..................................18, 25 Flodin, Nostor ................................15, 18, 81 Friearick, Ruth .........................................18 Gormley. Holon 16. 19 Mansur, Lulu M......... Marrs. Dr. Fred A...... Mason. Syble .......... Matravers. C. H........ Meston, Helen ......... Michelsen, Peter J..... Mott. Joseph .......... Neale, O. W............ Noubergor, Mary (R.N.) Nixon, O. F............. Pfeiffer, Lydia ....... Pierce, Burton R....... Piorson. Edgar ........ Reppen. Nels O......... Richardson. Beatrice . Rightsell, R. M........ Roach. May ............ Rogers, T. A........... Rolfson. Carolyn G. ... ......................20 .................21. 59 ................21, 105 ......................21 ......................21 .21. 26. 64. 66, 67. 100 .......................21 ..................21, 55 ..................21. 59 ......................22 ......................22 ..................22. 26 ......................22 .......................22 .......................22 ..............22. 70, 90 ..................22. 96 ..........23. 26. 89. 93 .......................23 Hanna. Mary E 19 Hanson. Gertie L 19 Herling, John P 19 Herrick. Alfred J 19 Heyor, Charles M 19, 79 Jayne, C. D 19. 60 Jenkins. Warren G 19. 26. 61. 98 Jones. Jesse E 20 Knutzen, Norman E 20. 68. 92 Kctal. Edward L 20. 70. 70. 76 La Vigne, Bessio 20. 96 Lindeman. Juno 20 Loomer. Zella 20. 92 Ly.ness. Arthur S 16. 20 Schmeeckle, F. J Smith. E. T Stein. George V Steiner. H. R Stull. Harriet Swallow. Marie D 23. 70 14, 15. 23. 53. 85 23 14. 16. 23, 26. 70. 81 23 23. 105 Thompson. V. E 24. 26 24. 51 Tolo, H. M 24. 26. 71 Van Arsdale. Gladys Van Deraa, Mary Jane 24, 51 24 Watson. Charles F Wilson. Emily W 24. 52. 70 24 [137]STUDENT INDEX Abb. Robert; City; 1 ................................ Abrahamson, Donald: Sparta; 2 .....................114 Adams, Marguerite; Green Bay; 2.....67, 100. 109. 116 Akins. Jayne; Milwaukee; 4.........................29. 92 Albert, Ruth; Junction City; 2 ....................29. 55 Albrecht, Joseph; Phelps; 3 ........................93 Anderson, Anton; Pulaski; 3 .......................Ill Anderson. Arlene; Eland; 1 ....................48, 56 Anderson. Cora Mae: City; 2 ..............45, 51. 112 Anderson, Della; Brantwood; 2 .................29, 56 Anderson. Gladys; Pulaski; 2 ..................29. 56 Anderson, John; City; 3 .......................68, 86 Anderson, Margie; Amherst; 2 .......................29 Anderson. Orval; Big Falls 4 ........................ Anderson, Phillip: Scandinavia: 2 .............45. 86 Anderson. Robert: Wautoma; 1 ........................ Anderson, Sara: Rosholt; 1 ...............48. 103, 104 Angus, Anita; Oconto Falls; 1 ............48, 54, 95 Arvold, Franz; City; 4 .............................. Atkins, Eyleene; Almond; 2 ...............45. 67. 100 Atwood, Mason: Marshfield; 3 .......88, 107, 114, 115 Aucutt. Donald; Antigo; 2 .....................42, 115 Bach. Vernon; Sherry; 1 ..... Baebenroth, Robert; City: 1 .. Bagnell, James; Tomahawk; 1 Baird, James; Suring; 1 .................................54 Baker, Roman; City; 2 ..............................45. 80 Bandelin, Carl; Wis. Rapids; 2 .......................... Bandow. Arthur; City; 2 ............................76. 77 Bartels, Kenneth; Endeavor: 1 ......................29, 56 Bartkowiak, Joseph; City; 1 ........................55, 68 Bartmann. Charles; City; 1 .............................. Bartosz, Wallace; City; 1 ....................46, 49, 68 Bassler, Erwin; Bancroft: 2 .............................55 Becher. Margaret: Wausau; 2........44. 54. 85, 87, 88. 98 Becker, Robert: Rib Lake; 1 ........................47. 54 Boggs, Zita; Plainfield: 2 ...................29, 44. 56 Behnke, Ruth; Belleville; 4....29. 58. 94. 97. 104, 108, 116 Behr, Geraldine; City; 2 ...........................45. 51 Boilko. Ruth: Wausau: 1 ............................45, 52 Belongia. Eugene: Mountain: 4 ......................29, 53 Belongia, Reuben; Mountain; 3 ..............42. 76. 77. 93 Benke, Clarence; City; 4 ................................29 Benke, Virginia: City; 2 ................................ Benn, Marguerite: Medford; 2 .......................94, 116 Bennett. Alice; City; 1 ............................48. 5S Benscn. Norman; Rosholt; 3 ...................42, 54. 68 Berard, Robert; Wi3. Rapids: 1 ...............46, 71. 104 Berdan, Doris; City; 1 .............................47, 51 Bordan. Madeline; City; 2 ...............................51 Borgsbaken, Dorothy; Shiocton; 2 ...................29. 56 Bernstein. Rodger; Brodhead; 3 .....................43. 74 33Stul, Bernice; Rosholt; 1 ........................48. 53 Binnebose, Gus; Wis. Rapids: 2 ..........................44 Bishop. Robert; Antigo; 3 .............42, 68. 114. 115 Bleck, Lucille; New London; 4 ................29. 51, 112 3!oom, Joe; Rhinelander; 3 ........53, 85, 91, 114, 115 Bocher, Arnold: Gillett; 1 ............................46 Boe, Lillian; Loyal; 1 ................................46 Boehnleen, LaVerne; Auburndale; 1 ...................... Bohan, Fe; Waupaca; 3 .........71. 75. 76. 103, 110. 118 Borham, Paul; Groonwood ...............................47 Bourcler, Francis; Marshfield: 4 ............29. 82, 94 Bowersock, Katherine; City; 2 ........................97 Bower sock, Marguerite: City; 2 ..................29. 55 Bowman, Blanche; City; (Special) ......................98 Brandt, Leota; Dorchostor; 2 .........................100 Brandt, U-Claire; Park Falls; 1 ..................46. 56 Breeden. Eleanor; Coloma; 3 .................43. 88. 116 Brehm, Minnie Mae; Colby; 2 .................29. 56. 95 Breitenstein, Charles: Arnott; 1 ....................... Bretzke, Robert; City: 2 ................42, 54. 98. 114 Bretzke, Walter: City; 2 ........................103. 114 Briere, Mabel; Wis. Rapids; 3 .......................... Brill, Lawrence; City; 1 ............................... Brooks, George; Ogdensburg; 1 ........................55 Brown. Dorothy; City; 2 .....................29, 45. 56 Brown. Lorraine; Eland; 2 ...............29, 45. 55. 95 Brown. Neal; Almond: 3 ..............53. 68. 69. 83. Ill Brubakken. Bjarne; Iola; 2 ............................. Bruenor, Mary Jano; Port Edwards; 1...............47, 51 Brunner, Clyde; Leopolis; 4 .................69. 110. 118 Brunner, Dennis; Custer; 4 ..............29. 51, 110. Ill Bruyette, Esther Mae; Manawa; 4 .......................23 Burch. Charles; City: 4 .................40. 73. 74, 114 Burkman. Robert: Hawkins; 2 ......................44, 110 Burnett, Ruth; Spencer; 1 .............................51 Burquost, Weston; City; 2 .............................. Burrows, Llewellyn; Plainfield; 1 ................48, 56 Butler, Elizabeth; Elroy; 2 ......................29. 55 Butler. Ruth: City: 1 ............................47, 51 Byrne, Germaine; Antigo; 2 .......................94, 116 Cady. Roland: Birnamwood; 4 .............29. 88. 93. 97 Carley. William; Plover; 2 ............................. Carmody, Alvin; Egg Harbor; 3 ...............42. 56. 114 Carmody, Marguorito; Egg Harbor: 2 ..........29. 45. 55 Carpenter, Marie; Edgar; 1 ............................. Carr. Arthur; City; 2 ................................Ill Cashin, George: City: 2 .........................110, 111 Cashin, James; City; 1 ..................46. 71, 73. 74 Cauley, Rose Marie; Custer; 2 ....................29. 55 Christiansen, Hans; Wittenberg; 4 ...........29. 55. 63 Christie. Bethel; Greonwood; 1 ...................48. 55 Church. Lorraine; City; 2 ........................44. 51 Chylek, Bass; Florence; 1 .............................. Ciula. Kathryn; Knowlton; 2 .................23. 45. 55 Clark. Dorothy; Wausau: 4 ........................29. 92 Clark. Margaret; City; 1 .........................47. 67 Clark. William; Suring; 1 .............................. Classen. Tom; West DePere; 2 ........................... Clawscn. Francis; Hancock; 3 .....................42. 53 Clement3, William; Vesper; 4 ........23. 39, 56, 68, 113 Coey, Eileen; Bruce; 2 ...........................45. 51 Colborne. Jack: Wcusau; 3 .............................. [138]Coleman, Mary Jane; City; 1 ..........................46 Connor, Roger; Auburndalo: 1 .........................53 Cook, Elinor; Unity: 1 ...............................84 Cooper. Earle; City; 3 ................................. Cooper, William; City; 1 ............................... Copes, Oscar; Tomahawk; 4 ...........29. 53. 71, 75, 110 Copper. Mary; Withee; 1 .....................48, 56, 95 Cornwell, Erma; Plainfield: 1 ...................47, 56 Cottrill, James: Wis. Rapids; 1 ........................ Cowles, Gordon; Wittenberg; 4 ..29, 56. 68, 69, 93. 109, 118 Cress. Samuel; Wausau; 4 ............................... Critchfield, Arthur; Hawkins; 1 ........................ Croker, Edward; Eagle River; 1 .......................48. 55 Crummey, Eileen; City; 1 .............................48, 113 Dakin. Philip; Anitgo; 3 ......................67, 100. 114 Dana, Richard; City; 1 ....................................48 Dave!, Madeline; Loyal; 3 ....................43. 51, 82. 98 Davis. Stanton; Marshfield; 1 .......................... Dawes, Berniece: Strongs Prairie: 2 ..................45. 51 De Golier. Phyllis; Pine River; 1 .........................56 Dohlinger. Ozzie; City; 1 .............................. DeHorn Eileen; White Lake; 3 .........................51. 82 Dent, Bette Lou: City; 1 ..................................46 Derezinski, Robert; City; 1 ............................ Dewey, Dorene; Mather: 2 ..................................29 Dishcr. Raymond; City; 2 .............................44. 114 Dix. Irene; Colby; 4 .................................31. 51 Dodge. Charles; Rib Lake: 1 ...............................54 Dolansky, Cecelia; Eagle Rivor; 4 .........................31 Donermeyer. Eva; City: 4 ..................................31 Donermeyer, Louise; City; 2 ............................ Doolittle, Wayne: City; 2 .............................. Dopp. Elizabeth; Wild Rose; 4 ................31. 51. 112 Dopp. Jean; Wild Rose; 4 .................31. 92. 93. 112 Dorsha. Gregory; City; 1 ............................... Drenglor, William; Suring; 1 .........................46. 54 Drobnick, Lewis; Gleason; 3 ..........42, 56. 80. 110, 118 Duecker. Hazel; Kiel; 1 ................................ Duecker. James: Kiel; 3...........71. 78. 108, 110, 118 Dunigan. Margaret; Wis. Rapids; 4 .........................31 Dunn, Holon; Prentice: 1 .............................47. 51 Dunn, Jerry; City: 3 .................................91, 114 Durand. Edward: City; 3 .............................109, 114 Durmick, William: City; 1 .................................48 Dvorscak. Verna; Knowlton; 1 ..................47, 53. 96 Dzikoski, Dolores; City: 1 ................................55 Dzikoski. John; City; 2 ................................ Ebert. Wayne: Dorchester; 2 ..........................54. 67 Eckels, Forest: Plover; 2 .............................. Edwards, Margarot; Cambria; 1 ........................46 Einfoldt, Edith; Greenwood; 3.............43. 53. 93, 94. 95 Eisonach, Walter; Milwaukee; 3 ......................... Enderlein, Ingeborg; Mosinee; 1 ...............47, 54. 67 Essex. Eddie; Loyal: 1 ................................. Faulks, Helen; Iola: 1 ...............................48. 51 Faulks, Herbert: Iola; 1 .................48. 54. 69. 71 Felix. John; Edgar; 3 ................................80. 101 Felix. Robort; Edgar; 1 ..............................48. 55 Foog, Josoph; Rosholt; 1 .............................. Ferguson, Norma; Crandon; 2 .....................45, 51 Feutz, Lynn; Neillsville; 2 .................44, 55, 97 Fierek, Jeanette; City; 3 .................42. 97, 116 Firkus, Alico; City; 1 ................................ Firkus, Evolyn; Knowlton; 1 .....................47. 56 Fisher, Hazel; Spencer; 4 .......................31, 54 Fleming. Mary Jane; Wis. Rapids: 1 ..............47, 54 Fleming. Paul; Wis. Rapids; 2 ......................... Floronce, Elroy; Phillips; 3 ....................68. 85 Flowers. Truman; Lena: 4 ........................31, 54 Fobart. Joseph; Mosinee: 1 ............................ Fonstad, Clifton; New London; 4........31. 68, 100, 114 Fonstad. Douglas; New London; 1 ...........44. 54, 114 Forbes, Iris; Port Edwards; 3 ...............54, 94. 116 Fox, Katherine; City: 1 .........................46. 52 Frederick, Russell; Minocqua; 2 ....................... Freeman, Virginia; Spencer; 1 ...................48, 56 Friday, Constance; City; 1 ...........................86 Fritsch, Tod; Spencer; 1 ..............48. 54. 71, 76, 78 Fryk, Malcolm; Iola; 1 ......................48. 56. 68 Fuchsgruber, Ruth; Dorchester; 1 .....................46 Fuomanek. Florian; Amherst: 1 ...............47. 56, 96 Funk. William: City; 1 ......................48. 54. 67 Gehrke, Lucille: Manawa; 3 ..................43. 94, 95 Gennrich, Arnold; Merrill; 2 .......................... Gerdes, Barbara; Loyal; 2 .............45. 82. 93, 98. 99 Gericke, Viola; Florence; 2 .....................44, 95 Giese. Richard; Loyal; 1 ...........................97 Gill. James; Plovor; 1 ...............................47 Gilla3py, Lorraine; Antigo; 1 ...............47, 51. 95 Gilman. Gladys; Plover; 1 .........................55 Gilman, Glendoll; Waupaca: 1 .......................... Gleason, Betty: Port Edwards: 2 ....................... Glee son. Mary; Green Bay; 2 ....................94, 116 Glen. Sophie: Knowlton; 1 .......................47, 56 Glennon, Ben; City; 1 ................................. Glennon. Peggy: City: 3 ...........82, 88. 89, 105, 112 Goldberg. John; Wis. Rapids; 2 ..............31, 44, 53 Goodman. Harold; Washington Island: 1 ................. Gordon, Gwen; City; 1 .......................47. 53. 118 Grambsch. Clyde; Loyal; 2 ............................. Grambsch. Lylo: Loyal: 1 ...........................47 Grandkowski, Ray: Wis. Rapids; 4 .....................31 Grant. Margaret; Almond; 2 ......................44, 55 Grevo. Gladys; Brillion; 4 ............31. 93, 94, 116 Grzogozewski. Edmund; Thorp; 2 .......................45 Gunderson. Dorothy; Iola: 3 .................42. 95. 97 Gustin. Betty; Mosinee: 1 .............46. 54. 65. 109 Guyant. Mildred; Almond: 2 ..................31. 55. 116 Haack, Vivian: Abbotsford: 2 ................31. 55. 95 Haas. Edward; City: 1 ............................47 Haforbecker. Gordon; Antigo; 4..31, 54. 86. 87, 99. 108, 114 Hager. Raymond; City; 3 ...........................53 Halverson, Gilbert: City: 1 .....................67. 68 Halverson, Jeannette; City; 1 ...................47. 43 Hamil. Louis; Arpin: 3 ......................31. 55, 133 Hanig, James; Merrill; 1 .............................71 [139]Hannon. Elizabeth; City; 2 ...........................44 Hannon, Joseph; City; 3 ................................ Hannon, Maurice; City; (Special) .....................96 Hanson, Eva; Amherst; 1 .........................48. 53 Hanson, Anna Marie; Abbotsford: 1................46, 56 Hanson. John: Abbotsford; 4 ................31. 93. 100 Hanson, Lorraine: Abbotsford; 2 ..........31, 45, 56. 95 Harrington. Gene; Marshfield: 1 .....................Ill Haugen. Norris; Merrill; 1 ...........................67 Hebron, Margaret; Bangor; (Special) .................... Hein, Betty: City; 1 ............................46. 54 Holko, Almira: Port Edwards; 2 .............31. 45, 55 Hennir.ger, Harlow; Pittsville; 3 ....................42 Henrichs, Vernon; Marshfield: 2 ......45, 53, 60, 97, 118 Hickey, Anita: City: 3 ...............................94 Hierl, Gerald; Wis. Rapids; 2 .......................... Higgins, Eileen; Amherst Junction; 1 .................47 Hill. Ethel; Washburn; 3..............43. 53. 93. 94. 95 Hillert, Evelyn; Granton; 2 .....................45, 113 Hills. Dale: Abbotsford: 1 ............................. Hinkley, Norman; Port Edwards; 4 .........31. 41, 67, 111 Hintz, Emily; Amherst Junction: 2 ..........31. 45, 56 Hintz, Florence; Amherst Junction; 1 .................56 Hitzke, Franklin; Merrill; 4....31. 39. 71. 75. 106. 108. 110 Hodell, Raymond: City: 3 ........................42, 114 Hoffman, Elmer; Gillett; 1 ......................47, 71 Hoffman, Graco; City; 4 .........................31. 51 Hoffman, Henry; Edgar: 1 ............................... Hoffman. Leo; Almond: 1 ................................ Holman, Jean; City; 2 ................44. 54, 82, 88, 89 Holmberg, Mildred; Tyndell; 2 .......................... Holt, Olney; Wild Rose; 2 .............................. Holts. Opal: Waupaca; 1 .........................47, 56 Hoops, Wilbur; Spencer; 2 ................31. 44. 55, 68 Hoppon. Harriot; City; 1 ............................... Hoth, Carl: City; 1 .................................47 Hotvedt, Elizabeth: Rosholt: 1 ..................48. 54 Hotvedt, Harriot: Nelsonville; 2 ...........31, 45, 56 Hotvedt, John: Nelsonville; 1 .......................... Hovio, Lois; Bonduel; 1 .........................48. 53 Houck. Charles; City: 4 .........................71, 74 Houg, Katherine: Exoland: 3 .........................116 Howell. Dorothy: Gresham; 2 ..............31. 44, 56. 95 Hoyt, Manson; Minocqua; 2 .............................. Hryniewicki, Henry: Thorp; 2 ....................44, 97 Humke. Bernelda; Greenwood; 1 .................47 Hunloon. Arlone; Waupaca; 2 .....................45. 97 Hutchinson. Mae; Bancroft; 1 ....................48, 56 lngersoll, Helen; Abbotsford: 1 .................48, 56 Ingham. Dorothy: Spencer: 1 .....................46. 51 Irish, Harold; Laona; 1 .........................47. 105 Jaaska, Thomas; Pholps; 4 ..................31. 114, 115 Jablonski. Cynthia; Park Falls; 1 ...................... Jackson. Lucie; Wis. Rapids; 3.......................... Jacobs. Marjorie; City: 2 ..................51. 82. 112 Jacobson. Frank; City: 1 ........................43. 91 Jacobson, Norman; Nelsonville; 4......31, 85. 100, 114 Jacobson. Walton: Eland: 1 ............................. Jakel, Lorraine; Curtiss; 2 .....................33, 56 Jakush, Harry; City; 1 ...............................46 Jarvis, Donald; Antigo; 1 .............................. Jenaman, Harold; Bloomer: 1 ..........................48 Jensen. Anita; City: 3 ................................. Jensen, Charles: City; 1 ............................... Jerzak. Jeannette; City; 1 ......................48, 53 Jindrick. Arnold: Hillshow; 4 ...............31, 67, 109 Johnsen. Margaret: Denmark; 1 .....................55 Johnson. Alberta; Trenton; 1 ........................... Johnsen, Bernard: City: 3.........42. 52, 85, 83. 88. 89 Johnsen, Betty: Wis. Rapids; 2 ..................67, 100 Johnson. Evelyn; Wyeville: 3 .....................51 Johnson, Hayward; Wis. Rapids; 2 ....................71 Johnson, Helen; Endeavor: 2 .....................44. 93 Johnson. James; City: 2 .............................45 Johnsen, Jane: Endeavor; 3....43, 52. 86. 104. 108, 116 Johnson, Jesse; Iola; 1 ................................ Johnson. Lorraine; Rhinelander: 3....42, 52. 82, 92. 112 Johnson. Marjorie; Plainfield; 1 ................48. 95 Johnson. Ruth; Wausau: 4 ...........33, 54. 93. 94. 93. Johnson, Virginia; Abbotsford; 3 ............42, 54, 95 Johnson, Wayne: Endeavor; 4.........33, 52. 68, 98. 114 Johnston, Truman; Abbotsford: 2....44. 69. 88. 89. 110, 111 Joosten, Beryl; Rudolph: 1 .........................46 Jordan, Celia; Unity; 1 .................46. 56, 86. 96 Jorgens, Gaylord; Scandinavia; 2 ....................... Jozwiak, Lawrence; Wis. Rapids; 3 ...............98, 99 Judd. Marjorie; Bancroft; 1 .....................47, 104 Kagel, Chester; Park Falls; 2 .......................... Kalina, Joe; City; 1 .................................54 Kamke, Diana; Rib Lake; 1 .......................47, 52 Kaplun. Florence: Sheboygan: 2 .......................45 Karner. Margaret; City: 1 ..........................51 Keehn, Evelyn: City: 3 ................................. Kelly. Francis; Loretta; 1 ..........................47 Kennedy, Patrick; City: 3 .... Kezewski. Elmer; Custer; 2 .. Kickland, Clifford; City: 1 .... Kiedrowski, Frank: Custer; 3 King, Cornelia; Edgar: 4 ......................33. 93, 96 King, Marcella: Edgar; 4 ...........................33. 96 King, Margaret: Shawano; 3 .........................94 Kingston, Alan; Gillett; 1 .............................. Kinney, Malvina: City; 1 ................................47 Kirsling, Renetta: Amherst Junction: 2.........33. 45. 56 Kittell. John: Wis. Rapid3; 3 ........................... Klake, Robert; Waupaca: 1 ............................... Klain. Anthony; City; 1 .......................47. 63. 105 Klein, Grace; City; 1 ................................... Knedle. Matt; City: 4 .........................33. 53. 85 Knutson. Ula Ma9; City; 3 .................65. 67. 100, 116 Kobs. Delos: Colby: 4 .........................33. 68. 100 Koch. Nolda: Butternut; 1 ...........................95 Koehn, Frank; Little Chute; 1 ...................... 3. 71 Kohl, Jeanne; Marshfield; 2 ...................33. 45. 55 Kohls, Charlos: City; 4 ............................33. 114 Koll. Paul; Gillett; 1 .................................. Kordus. Bsnjamin: Mosinee; 3 ..........43. 85. 86, 87, 96 Korot9v, Jordan: Gillett; 1 ........................56, 8C {140]Korth. Louise; Granton; 1 .........................56. 95 KranskL Ben; Iola; 2 ......................33. 44, 55, 80 Kratz, Donald: Clintonville; 2 ........................ Kratz. Margaret; Clintonville .............33. 86. 112 Krombs, Gerhard; City: 4 ..................33, 109, 114 Kresh, Joseph; City; 1 ................................ Krider, Donald; Antigo; 1 ............................. Krohn, Cynthia: Shawano; 2 ........................33, 56 Krueger, Jane; Kaukauna: 2 ....................45, 53, 94 Krueger. Mary-Ann; Kaukauna: 1 ....................46. 53 Kryshak, Ramona; City; 1 .............................. Kubisiak, Angeline; Rosholt; 1 ........................ Kubisiak, Katherine; City; 2 ......................33. 55 Kudrowski. Frank; Custer; 3 ........................... Kuehnast, Marion; Abbotsford; 1 ....................... Kulas, Laona: Athens: 1 ...........................46. 54 Kufel. Myron; City; 2 ..................................96 Kujawa, Margaret; City: 2 .....................44, 51. 82 LaBrot. Madeline; City; 1 .........................46. 52 Lamb. Albert; Hortonville; 1 .........................46 Lang, Leo; Marathon; 4 ....................33, 56. 93, 96 Lang, Louis; Marathon; 1 ..................48. 56, 80, 96 Langton, Thomas; City; 1 ..........................48. 55. 68 Larsen. Joyce; Coloma: 1 ..........................48. 54, 95 Larsen. Margaret: Waupaca; 1 ...........................52 Larson, Dorothy; City; 2 ............................112 Larson. Eleda: lola; 1 ............................47, 56 Larson. Mildrod; City; 1 ..........................46. 48 Larson, Richard; City; 1 ......................48, 54. 68 Larson, Robert; City; 2 ...............44. 68, 110, 111 Laschkewitsch, Ben; City; 4 .....33. 86, 87, 91, 98, 114 Laszewske, Daniel; City; 3 ............................ Laszewske, Marian; City; 1 ............................ La Valle, Laurel; Hurley; 3 ...................51. 86, 96 Lee. Madelyn; Scandinavia: 1 ......................47. 53 Le Gault, Douglas; Chippewa Falls; 1 .................. Le Gault. Lionel; Owen; 3 ............................. Leland, Marjorie; Waupaca; 1 ......................47, 95 Lensmire, Warren; Marathon; 1 .............48, 56, 86. 96 Lepak, Raymond; Edgar: 1 ..........................56. 96 Le Roux. Warren; Plainfield; 4.......33. 68. 69, 85. 92, 100, 109. 110 Leton, Donald; City; 1 ................................ Lewis. Donald; City; 1 ......................48, 101 Lewlson, Gordon: Scandinavia; 1 ...................48, 53 Lietz, Edwin; Mosinee; 4 ......................33, 85, 96 Lind, Orville; City: 1 .................................46 Linehan, Alice: Tomah: 1 ...............................56 Literski, Dorothy; City: 1 ............................ Lloyd. Dorothy; City; 1 ..............................94 Lochner, Mary Anne; Arpin; 2 .......................... Loewecke, William; Merrill: 3 .............71, 73. 75. 110 Lonadort, Lavorno; Marathon; 1 .....................46 Lorbiechi. Roman; Wittenberg; 1 ....................... Lotz. Holon; Waupaca; 1 ...........................47. 56 Lowrie, Zeta; Aubumdale; 4 ........................33. 52 Luck. Dorolhy; Rhinelander; 2 .......................52 Lueck, Adeline; Hamburg; 1 ..........................56 Lueck. Verna: Marshfield; 3 ...................43, 51, 95 Lukasovitz, Agnes; Custer; 1 .................47. 55. 95 Lund, Vernon; Iola; 2 .............................44. 55 Lundquist, Mae; Phelps; 1 ............................. Luxem, jGan; Plover; 2 .............................44 Lutz, George; City; 1 ..................................55 Madsen. Anita; Phelps; 3 .....................51, 82, 112 Mailer. Jean: City; 4 ..................................33 Mailer, William; City; 2......................65. 114, 115 Mainland. Ann; City; 3 ............................94. 116 Mainland, Sara: City; 4 ...........................33, 51 Malesevich. Zorka; Mayville; 3 .........................82 Malick, Maurice; City; 1 ...............................51 Malshcski, Francos; Donald; 2 ................35. 53. 96 Mancheski, Alex; City; 2 ............................63 Manning. James; Minocqua; 1 ............................46 Mannis. Israel; City; 4 ...........................33, 65 Mansavage, Eugenia; City; 1 .......................47. 55 Marggi, Robert; Athens; 2 .........................33. 56 Marotz, Edna: Westfield; 2 .............................94 Martens, Armin; Junction City; 1 ...................... Martens. Bernice; Unity; 2 ...................33, 45. 55 Martini, Harvey; City; 4 .................33. 54. 91. 114 Marx, Eileen; City; 4 ........................33, 52. 93 Matoko, Oswald; Prentice; 2 ..............33, 44. 55, 68 Mathison, James; Rosholt; 1 ........................... McAllen. Gordon; Wabeno; 4 ........................35. 93 McCormick. Alton; Plovor; 3 ............................45 McCormick. Bruce: Wild Rose; 1 ........................ McDonald. William; Wis. Rapids; 3 .................43, 110 McFetridge, Elizabeth; Medford: 1 .................46, 53 McFetridge, Jean; Medford; 2 .................35. 55, 95 McGuire, James; City: 4 ......................71, 75, 80 McManners, Rollie; Black River Falls; 2.................44 Moch, Melvin; Greenwood; 1 ........................46. 71 Meier, Guilbert; Waukesha; 1 .................44. 76. Ill Melchior, Grace: Appleton; 3 .............11, 12, 51. 82 Monzel, Harold: Park Falls; 1 ..........................71 Menzel, Hortense; City: 1 ...........................46 Menzel, Margaret; City; 1 ..............................46 Morrill, Quentin; City; 2 .............................114 Metcalfe. Frank: Amherst; 4 .........................80 Mettelka, Norbert; Marshfield; 3 ...................... Metzger, William: Spencer; 1 ........................46 Meverden. Merville; Eland; 2......44, 93. 97. 98. 99. Ill Mews, Harold: Aubumdale; 2 ..........................55 Moyer. Ted: City; 4 ..................35, 52. 93. 98. 99 Michaels. Earl; City; 4 ..................35. 54. 97, 114 Michalske, Leone; Wausau; 1 ..................45, 52, 113 Midthun, Joyce; Wis. Rapids; (Special) ................ Mikich, Ray: Winchester; 1 ..........................45 Millor, Lucille: City; 1 ............................46 Miller, Williams; City; 2 ...........................44 Moeschler, Leonard; City; 4 .........................35 Mogonsen. Meta; Marinette; 1 ......................49, 104 Mollen, Raymond; Port Edwards: 2 ...................... Moore, Arnold; City; 1 ................................ Moore. Helen; Skullsburg; 3 .......................43, 94 Morency. Florence; Three Lakes; 3.............43. 94. 96 Moser. Orval; Merrill; 1................................46 [1411Mossier, Arnold; Waupaca; 1 ......................67, 109 Mozuch, Fred; City; 1 .......................48, 68, 96 Mozuch, Kathorino: City; 2 ..............44, 51. 82, 112 Moyer, Betty: City; 1 ............................47, 67 Mullarkey, Dorothy; Bear Creek: 4........35, 41, 109, 116 Mundt, Helen; Ft. Atkinson; 2 ....................35, 56 Munson, Shirley: Withee; 1 .......................48, 95 Murat, James; City; 3 .......................86. 87, 110 Murphy, Loretta; Chilton; 2 .................44. 51. 82 Murrish, Margaret; City; 1 ............................. Myers. Violet; Ingram; 2 ............................... Nedrest, Henry; City; 1 ..............................55 Neisuis, Joe: Wabeno; 4 ..........................35. 93 Nelson, Dorothy; Abbotsford; 2 ..............45, 54. 95 Nelson. Eleanor; Waupaca; 1 ......................47, 55 Nelson. Ruth; Wausau: 2 ................................ Nelson, Ruth; Sturgeon Bay; 3 .......................... Nelson. Waldo; City; 1 ...........................48, 68 Neuman. Kenneth; Loyal: 1 .............................. Newby, Howard; Bancroft; 2 .......................35. 55 Newby, Joyce: Bancroft; 2 ........................35, 56 Newby, Raymond: Plover; 1 .......................47 Niggemann. Agatha; Westboro; 1 ...................48, 56 Nimz. Fred; Wausau: 4 ...................35, 71, 76, 77 Nimz, Henry; Wausau; 1 ...........................71. 77 Ninman, Esther; Clintonville; 1 ......................55 Nixon, Floyd; City; 1 ................................Ill Nixon. Robort; City; 2 ...............................44 Norby, Carol; Iola: 1 ............................48, 55 Nowinski. Will; Schofield; 1 ........................... O'Brien. Neal; City; 1 ................................. O'Connor, Virginia: City: 1 ...........................47 Odegard. Willard; Hawkins; 1 ........................... O'Doherty. Gerald; Mosinee; 3 ...............42, 68, 96 Okray, Grace; City; 3 ...............43. 52, 88. 89, 96 Oleson, La Nore: Mosinee: 4......35, 88. 91. 94, 95. 109 Olingy, Harrison: City: 4 ........................35. 71 Olingy. La Verne: City; (Spocial) ................67. 109 Oik. Robert; City; 2 ..................................76 Oik, William; City: I .................................. Olsen. Gundella: City; 4 ..............................35 Olson. Don; City; 4 ...................35. 91, 108, 114 Olson. Lorraine: City; 1 ............................... Olson. Marvin; Suring; 3 ........63, 90, 91. 93. 107, 114 Ophoven. Joe: Antigo; 3 ...............................86 O'Reilly. Basil; Noillsvillo; 2 ........................ Ostrander, Robert; Marshfield; 1 ....................... Ottem. Ruby; City; 4 ........................35. 54. 92 Otto. Earl; Wis. Rapids; 1 ............................. Palukas, Sophie; Goodman: 3 ......................43, 95 Parfrey, Frederick; Richland Center; 4.......35. 38, 59 65. 67. 100 Parr. Kenneth: Rhinelander; 1.....................47, 71 Pasternacki. Marie; City; 2 ......................45. 97 Pastin, Jerry; City; (Special) ......................... Pease. Elva; Medford; 4 ................................ Peck. Dorothy; City: 1 ................................. Peden, Lois Gone; Spencer; 4.....35. 51. 82. 98. 99. 112 Pederson, Lynndrod: Monico; 4 ...............35. 55. 92 Perrodin, Grace; Wis. Rapids; 1 .......................47, 95 Peterson, Earle; City; 1 ...................................46 Poterson, Lola; Iola; 1 ....................................48 Peterson, Norman; City; 1 ................................ Peterson. Roberta; City; 4................35. 40. 92. 109 Pickett. Audrey; Spencer; 1 ............................55 Pieharski, Ronald; Junction City; 1 ........................46 Piehl. Kathryn; Rhinelander; 2 ...............44, 82. 112 Pilachowski. Dorothy; City; 1 ...........................47 Pionkoski, Thaddous; Rosholt: 3 .......................... Pipe. Marforie; Waupaca: 2 ............................44. 56 Pliner, Frank; Elroy; 1 ...............................47, 54 Pliska, Elbert; City: 1 .................................. Pobiecke, John; Knowlton; 2 ...........................44, 55 Poggemiller, Janet; Madison: 1 ........................48, 51 Popp. Wallace; Almond: 1 ................................. Posky. Madelino: City: 3 .........................42. 95. 97 Posluszny. Anthony; City; 4...........35. 59. 60. 68. 93 Pospychola, Homy; Rhinolandor; 1 ......................... Powless, Clifford: West DePere; 1 ..........................68 Prell, Selma; City: 1 ............................45. 51. 97 Preville, Mavis; City; 3 .........................43. 67. 116 Price. Alvin: City; 1 ............................48. 55. 68 Pronz. Carolyn; City; 1 ...............................47. 55 Purdy. Ruth; City; 1 ..................................47. 55 Putz. Evolyn; Almond; 1 ...............................47. 55 Quandt, George; Wausau; 3 ....................63, 69, 85, 91 Raab, Earl; Loyal; 2 .....................44. 68. 110, 111 Rabbitt, Clora; Montello; 1 ...............................47, 55 Rademacher, Gotelind; Westboro; 2 .....................45, 54 Rajski. Roman; City: 1 ................................48, 96 Randorf, Helen; Plainfield: 1 ....................48, 55, 95 Rathke, Ruth: Auburndale; 2 ...............................45. 53 Reading, Robert: City; 2 .................................71 Redfield, Otis; City; 3 .................................. Redlin. lone; Pulaski: 1 .........................48. 55. 95 Reese. Louise: Mineral Point; 2 .......................44. 94 Reichel, Charlotte; Shawano; 1 ........................47, 51 Roichert, Mona; City; 1 ..................47. 54, 67, 96 Roiland, Donald; Wis. Rapids: (Special)................... Reiman. Mae; Crystal Falls; 4 ..............................35 Richards. Botty; Portage; 3 ..............51. 82. 88. 116 Rinehart, Mary: Ogema; 1 ..............................48. 51 Roberts. Dennis: Cambria; (Special) ........................68 Roberts, Marian; City; 2 ...................................94 Robertson, Robin; Park Ridge: 1 .......................... Robison, Ruth; Nashville: 3 ......................43. 51. 95 Rodor, Catherine; Rib Lake; 1 .........................48. 55 Roecklein, Robert; Marshfield: 2 ......................... Rogers, Myrna; City; 1 ................................91. 105 Ropella, Leonard; City; 1 ................................ Rose, Eileen; City; 2 .................................44, 116 Roth, Dale; Mosinee: 1 .....................................48 Rozelle, Raymond; Wausau: 2 ...........................67. 93 Ruchti. Eleanor; Lodi: 3.....88. 89. 92. 99. 103. 103. 112 Ruoter, Helma; Athens; 1 ...................................54 Runkol, Phillip; Wausau; 4............35. 38, 87, 98, 99 Rupp. Thomas; Knowlton; 1 ................................ Ruppel. Ernest: Appleton; 3 ..............43. 54. 71. 74 {142}Russell, Rita: Port Edwards: 1 ........................... Rust, Margaret; Medford; 1 ..........................47, 53 Sachtjen, Robert; City; 4 ...........................35, 68 Sanborn, Richard; Hortonvillo; 1.....................48, 54 Sanders, Luida; Wittenberg; 2 ...............35, 45, 56, 95 Sandmire. Corinne; Richland Center; 3 ...............43, 95 Sappenfiold, George; City: 1 ............................. Sargear.t, Marguerite: City: 3 ......................43. 51 Sargent, Loyal; Junction City; 2 .........................55 Saundors, James: Coloma: 1 ..........................46, 56 Saxe, Elvira; Curtiss; 1 ............................46. 55 Schafhauser. Adeline; Blenker; 1 .....................46 Schafranski, Lillian; City; 1 .......................48, 55 Schafranski, Mary; City; 1 ............................... Schenk. Arnold; Wisconsin Dells; 1 .......................48 Scheel, Harold; Sponcer; 3 ...................67, 88. 100 Scheinert, Helen; Marinette; 1 ......................47. 106 Schlesnes, Ole: City; 3 .................................. Schmeling. Harold: Hortonville; 1 ........................ Schneck, Dorothy; City; 3 ................................42 Schnock, Lauretta; City; 1 ............................... Schneider, Frank; Green Bay; 2 ...........................76 Schrank, Bob; City; 1 ....................................54 Schrank, Joan; City: 4 ..............................35. 94 Schreiber, Laura; Suring; 1 .........................48. 55 Schreiber, Lawrence; Oshkosh; (Special) .................. Schuottpelz, Elsie; Suring; 2 ..................35. 45. 56 Schultz, Albert; Junction City; 1 ........................ Schultz, Arleen; Butternut; 1 ..........................46 Schultz, Marcella; Marshfield: 4 ....................35, 82 Schwahn, Betty; City; 4......35. 39, 54, 82, 104, 108, 112 Schwingel. Evelyn; Richland Center; 3...........51, 67, 91. 100, 109, 112 Schwingel, LaVerne; Richland Center; 4....................37 Schribner, James: City; 1 ......................48. 54. 68 Sebora, Elayne; Junction City; 1 .........................52 Seffern, Duncan; Manawa; 2 .....................71, 76. 118 Seidel, Arthur; Dorchester; 1 ..........................46 Selves. Ruby; Noillsvllle; 1 ...................47. 55. 95 Shipla. Otto; Friendship; 1 .............................. Siebert, Earle; Birnamwood; 2.....54. 68. 85, 98, 99. Ill Siebert, William; City: 1 ................................46 Siock, Dorothy: Gillett; 1 ..................48, 49, 51, 95 Sievwright. Harry; City; 1 ..........................48 Siewert, Gilbert; Wis. Rapids; 3 Sister Asteria; City; 1 .......... Sister Bonna Noy; City; 2 ........ Si3ter Damita; City; 3 ........... Sister Eulodia; City; 3 .......... Sister Henrica; City; 3 .......... Sister Humilia; City; 4 .......... Sister Loretta; City: 3 .......... Sister Perpetua; City: 3 ......... Sister Selvina; City; 3 .......... Sister Seraphia; City; 2 ......... Sister Wenceslas; City; 4 ........ Sivley, Walter; City; 1 ...................................47 Skalski, Gerald: City; 1 ..................................48 Slacasheski. Harry; Princeton; 1 Slotwinski. Edwin; City: 3 ...................71 4, 110 Smith, Betty; Gillett; 2........44, 54. 81. 82. 88. 89. 112 Smith, Florence; Tomahawk; 3.........................52, 88, 93, 112 Smith, Gladys; Waupaca; 1 ..............................47, 51 Smith. LaRue; Shawano; 3 ...................91, 93. 98, 101 Smith, Marian; Wittenberg; 1 ...........................53. 86 Smith. Maurice: Tomahawk: 2 ............................71. 76 Snell, Vernice; Seymour; 1 ...................................51 Soderberg, Doris; Thorp; 2 .....................51, 96, 116 Solborg. Clarence; Iola; 1 .............................46, 54 Sonduck, Annette; Wausau: 1 ............................ Sonnenberg. Evelyn; City; 3 .............................42, 88. 89 Soppa. Marian: Arcadia: 1 ...............................46. 55. 67 Sorenson, Lucille; Unity; 2 ..................37. 45. 56 Spencer. Mescal; Nelma: 1 ....................................47 Sponcor, Thelma; Nelma; 1 ..............................47, 55 Spindler, Dearborn: City; 3.....42, 81. 88, 89. 110, 111 Splitek, Frank; Friendship; 1 ..........................55. 86 Sprague, Clifford: City; 3 ...................................89 Spry, Russell. Marshfield; 1 ........................... Stapel, Arthur; Spencer; 4 ...................................68 Stein, Donald; City; 2 .......................................76 Steiner, John; City; 4......37. 68. 93. 97. 106, 108, 109 Steiner. Nancy; City; 2..44, 51. 82, 85. 88. 89. 98. 108, 112 Stelter, Ruth; City: 1 .......................................48 Stenz, Gene: City; 1 .........................................49 Stimart, Rene: Rhinelander: 1 ..........................47, 71 Stoehr, Vernon: Gresham; 2 ...................................68 Stoltenberg, Ethel; City; 3.....43, 53. 88, 89, 93, 97 Stone, Kathleon; Wittenberg; 3......43. 52, 88, 89, 91. 95 Storandt, Kenneth; West Salem; 4............37, 65. 67. 100. 108, 114, 115 Sturm. Mary: Knowlton; 4 ...............................37. 92 Suits, John; Medford: 1 ......................................46 Sullivan. Joyce; City ..........................37. 45, 56 Swanson, Carl; City; 3 ................................. Swanson, Irene; Junction City: 1 .......................47, 55 Sword, Sherman: City; 2 ................................44, 111 Sybeldon, Florian; Hurley; 3 ........................... Szostek. Genevieve; City; 1 ..................................47 Szymanski. Alex; Marathon; 2............................44, 55 Tachowiak, Sylvia: City; 1 ............................. Taylor, John; City; 2 ........................................80 Terzynski, Peter; Rhinelander: 1 .......................76, 77 Tetzler, Emil: Eagle River; 3 .......................... Theisen, Earl: Loyal; 2 ......................................55 Theisen. Eleanor; Loyal; 4 .............37, 40, 54, 82. 116 Thompson, Margery; Abbotsiord; 1 .......................46, 55 Thornton, Helen; Shiocton; 3 ...........................43. 94 Thorson, Phillip; Ogema; 3 ............................105, 114 Thousand, Deris; Blue Mounds; 1 ................47. 51. 95 Thusing, Gerald; Chicago. 111.; 1 ...................... Tobie. DeLloyd; Wis. Rapids; 1 ......................... Tohm, Clarence; Manawa: 1 .............................. Topping, Mae: Portage: 1 ...............................55. 95 Torkelson, Elida; Merrill; 3 ...........43. 53. 93. 94. 95 Torkolson. Elouise; Merrill: 3 .............42. 51. 82, 95 Torkelson, Gerald; Merrill; 2 ..................45. 68, 118 Trankle. Herbert; Bloomer; 2 ........................... [143}Trowbridge, Leslie: Milladore; 3 ..................42, 54 Trowbridge, Robert: Milladore: 1 .......................48 Trutt, Anna Louise: Athens; 1 .......................... Turner, Eldon; Hawkins; 1 .............................. Tuszka, Dorothy; City; 2 ............................... Twist. Crystal; Hancock; 1 ........................48, 95 Tyler, Kathorino; City; 2 .....................44, 88, 89 Unger, Jamos: Neillsville; 1 ..................48, 53, 68, 111 Upright, Herbert; Kenosha; 3 ..................42, 56. 68, 118 Urbanowski, Ralph: City; 1 ....................48. 63, 96 Ur bom, Joan; Marshfield; 1 ............................51 Van Dyke. LaVern; Little Chute: 2....44, 71, 75. 76, 85, 103, 110, 111 Van Gilder, Ledah; Wittenberg; 4 ..................92, 95 Van Natta. Janette; Osseo; 3 ..........81, 88. 92, 98. 99 Vaughn, Donald; Wis. Rapids; 4 ......................... Vonnie, Robort; City; 4 ...................37, 54. 60, 91 Vincent. Jack; City; 2 ............................68, 110 Vranesh, Gertrude; Eagle River; 1 .................47. 55 Wachholz, Edward; Spencer; 2 ......................45, 68 Wachs. La Nette: Mosinee; 1 .......................47, 67 Wachtl, Marian; Mosinee; 4 ........................37, 51 Wagner. Alice: Gillott; 1 .........................46, 54 Wake. Barbara: City; 4 ....................37. 52. 85. 92 Walsh, Francis; City; 2 ................................68 Walsh. Marianne; City; 1 ..........................54. 67 Walter, Aloha; Almond; 1 ..........................47, 54 Wandry, Anno; Westfield; 2 ....................37, 45. 55 Wanta. Lauraino; City; 2 ..........................37, 56 Wanta, Leone; City; 2 .........................37, 45, 56 Warbelton, Marceline: City; 4 ........... 37. 51. 95, 97 Warner, Henry; City; 3 .............43, 76, 77, 78, 110 Webster. Zilphia; Amherst; 4....37.41.82.92.105.108.112 Weiher, Lucille; Almond; 1 ........................48, 51 Weller, June; Auburndale; 4 .......................37. 96 Woiler, Margaret; Auburndale; 1................48. 55. 96 Weingartner, Francis: Lako Dolton: 3 ..........54. 93. 97 Weisser, Natalie; Saxeville: 1 ......................95 Weix, Joseph; Colby; 2 ................................ Wendorf. Fay: Collins; 1 ............................52 Werner, Norman; Tomahawk; 1 ........................... Wheeler, Wallace; Union Grove; 3 ...............42, 96 Wichman, Carol; Athens; 2 .................37. 44, 55 Wickman. Wilson; Washington Island; 3...........42, 56 V ied, Lois; Almond; 1 .........................47, 55 Wiersig, Raymond; Colby; 3 ................93. 110, 111 Wilkins. Lila; Montello; 2 ................37. 56. 116 Williams. Claire; Pewaukoe; 3..............94, 105, 116 Williams, Dave; Redgranite; 4 .............37, 56. 80 Winarski, Grace; City; 2 .......................45. 67 Winarski, Jeanette; City; 4 ............37, 38. 90. 93 Winch. LaRae; Marshfield; 2 ...............45. 51. 116 Wind, Mabel; Juneau: 4 .........................52. 95 Windall. Owen; Park Falls; 1 ........................71 Winker. George; Nekoosa: 1 ..........................71 Winkler, William: Florence; 3 ......................... Winsor, William; Mauston; 3 ........................... Wirkus, Canr.elita; Edgar; 2......45, 51, 105, 107, 116 Wohlfert, Celia; Oxford: 4 .....................37. 94 Wojciechowski, Geraldine; Athens; 1 ............46. 55 Wold, Helen: Amherst; 1 .............................47 Worzalla, Lorotta; City: 2 ..........................44 Wright, Douglas; City; 1 .............................. Wright, Fred; Granton; 2 .......................37, 55 Wrzinski, Edna; City; 2 ........................37. 55 Wunsch, Melvin: Marshfield; 1 ..................54. 67 Yost. Marvin; Colby; 1 ..............................46 Young, Dan; Bancroft; 3 .............................80 Yulga, Bernard; City; 3 ...................42. 96. 97 Yurkovich, John; Loretta: 3 ...............68. 98, 114 Zaddack. 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