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LOST GROUND CAN BE REGAINED; LOST TIME, NEVER! F. D. R.—1943 v'- - • ' V ■; • . 1955 IRIS WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE STEVENS POINT, W S.It was a world of tense situations and squabbles become too big for men to solve: a world where bloodshed, fear, and bitterness were the rule and peace the exception. But at Central State, college life went on as always ... the learning done in quiet classrooms, the laughter as the week-ends near, the knowledge that vour friends are close and these are theNew friends now . . . For the first few days the Freshmen are the most important people on the campus. Something is planned for every minute, and it seems they must be everywhere and do everything at once—all in a tremendous rush. They arc welcomed from all sides, for the upper-classmen feel it is very important to "meet and know” the newcomers. Classes start with a bang, and numerous freshmen, frantically trying to study their first assignments. Rroan that “high school was never this hard.” School slips into a routine. The upper-classmen are suddenly too busy with their own affairs to give much more than a casual greeting in the hall. The freshmen find that they weren't really expected to read all five chapters for tomorrow. They begin to feel lonely as things slow down a bit, and wistful letters inquire about what’s going on at home. Each freshman is certain that if he left tomorrow no one would notice or care. Decisions which have always been made for them, even minor ones like what to have for supper, become major difficulties when they must be faced alone. All this is a part of being new, but soon the strangeness wears off and the letters begin to tell instead of ask— tell of good times, hard work, new friends ... all the wonderful things that go into college life.Peter J. Michelscn, a name and personality that influenced the lives of many in our college, announced his retirement at the annual music homecoming in the spring of 1954. Norwegian-born and educated, Mr. Michelscn came to Central State from Richland Center, Wisconsin, in 1931 to head the music department. He worked hard to make the music department serve all of Central Wisconsin. His many projects were: tnc annual clinics foi high school bands and glee clubs, the band homecoming, and the President’s Concert during graduation week. Above all we will remember his Christmas Concert with its traditional candlc-lit procession winding through the darkened auditorium to a tree-banked state ... the nativity tableau and Mary's song to the Christ Child . . . and the glorious climax with the voices of the entire group joining in the Hallelujah Chorus.It’s so good to be back ... September—the same exciting rush to get started on a brand new year. There’s time for fall picnics when no one cares if the hot dogs have a smoky t3stc and rain comes through the shelter roof . . . it’s good to see the gang again. There’s time to get accustomed to the new room mate who sleeps with the window wide open and peanut-pickle sandwiches before hopping into bed. But classes too arc part of school. You start out with a briefcase of good resolutions .. . only you over sleep the first 8:15, and twice a week your ccon class becomes a coffee hour. It’s so good to be back!Time out to pose Phy Ed 165: Beans, burps, . . . and beer? Despite a week of rain ancegistration. . . because, to tell you the truth, I am lonely.And practice teachinc Practice teaching! The rushing back and forth between college and the laboratory school with no time to spare for a cup of coffee with friends. The hours of preparation for more hours of plain hard work—all for as little as three credits! Sometimes you work with little monsters who seem to be waiting for you to make a mistake so they can pounce on it gleefully. Sometimes the supervising teacher informs vou with a shudder that the bulletin board you were so proud of is ALL WRONG, johnny raises his hand, and, giggling, informs the world in general, "I saw you on that corner with a MAN!” The work becomes monotonous. Making lesson plans seems to be a dreadful imposition. But those hours of hard work seem justified when you find that the class actually remembers what you told them last week. Sometimes you work with little angels who cooperatively respond to every suggestion. Sometimes the supervising teacher says that you handled a problem very competently. You're shopping downtown and overhear Johnny say to his mother, ’There she is. 1 like to nave her teach me.” And every once in a while you see a look of interest on the faces of your pupils that some how takes the monotony out of the routine.p ft id Hap rAi in ui an in m iEM! But spring comes soon .;And the rush is over! The school year closes with the conferring of degrees and the correcting of the last exams. Seniors say goodbye to college days, but underclassmen eagerly anticipate another fall. Already forgotten are the days we flew from class to class and crammed meetings in between. Unrcgrcttcd the half-smoked cigarettes and the cokes we left unfinished ... the Monday nights when we had three meetings scheduled for 6:30 P.M. and so went out instead. Forgotten, too, the ghastly feeling which comes at 2:00 A.M. when NO-DOZE pills run out and the text remains unread. We can even stand to think about that French final when we wrote down all we knew and only filled half a page. Yes, we can forget all these things because college is something more than a hurry-scurry scramble and the fight against deadlines. It’s living, learning, loving . . . and laughing all the time.WARREN JENKINS Dean of Lcners and Science QUINCY DOUDNA Dean of Administration RAYMOND RIGHTSELL Director of Secondary Education RAYMOND GOTHAM Director of Training School WILLIAM C. HANSEN President The reputation of Central State wasn't built on the modem library, the plans for a field house, or the dreams of a new administration building. No, the real heart of this college is its people ... busy, competent, yet always friendly. Graduating classes and favorite profs may come and go. but as long as this friendly cooperation continues among the administrators, clerks, faculty, maintenance men and students, CSC will always be well-liked by the general public and loved by her alumni. cf J- Administrators JOHN ROBERTS Dean of men. Coach. Phy. Ed. WILSON DELZELL Regent ELIZABETH PFIFFNER Dean of Women, History Joyce Art mi , W»u«u |- ‘$tctniiat - iar. Home fie Min: Gen. Science I Thomas Ai.deas, Antlgo Letters and Science Maj: Conservation. Biology mU , }• i- if Donorirv Amur, Wis. Rapids Eugene Aicvtrr, Marshfield L S Afa j Ml) Technology Naowat Baku. lola Richard Orchard, ClintonviQe Letters and Science _ -j Mu : Biology and Conservation Janet Be c£li , Steven Point SecoruLry-Maji Home Ec Mav Marathon Ma y L. Btoc2TN»»x, Athens BrkrrA Btt tktV, Stevens' Point ' i | 7T» ; ♦ T f »' It ffHn- ?• -11 tit »- (M1 «5 IflCMIf Mffiliunwff tfnwH' IliiiiitWNiwrr ytf Np ti 1BHF ,nQM I !HIV Cr| SlM M I i It • a.- : IsV e 'j C' 1 iFfr'J ».♦ « |ia ■ « ' • »;i| |4. 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Social Science Alton Duk, Clintonvillc lAS-Maj. History Min: Philosophy. Psychology, English ElYen Eioe, Gnutton Primary Min: Philosophy. Psychology CoAniorfE Forth, Primary Lf.ona Fostk, Rhinelander PrimaryIRobert Hodrll, Stevens Point Secondary Ma}: Math, History Min: Social Studies' Phyllis Hpkft, Westfield Primary Law-renCr Hoffmann, Gfandon Intermediate, Upper FUntentary LUELLA CROW Acting third grade supervisor SibBMBattI Hvtu _ ijl ,• im b 41 ! | », UMt t f tw Kiiii I. W H nu It HA mm i EDITH CUTNAW Jr. High Supervisor MILDRED DAVIS French ; ■ m fj IWWt , ' f ••• r ft" it R ■ (it .« t 4J» -S' I!- ' » - - , 1 ... ,.Vvl M •f T i j twin - r » tim ■ • • i r» tf i i I 1 i i Carol Holt. Wis. Dells Intermediate Mint Geography i 4,t i • Beulah IluirrrL. New London ,, H, i i i tW4 1,1 I . i't | « 4 1 rM | DORIS DAVIS Home Economics UwWi 4 WWW i iiWB mwt {HUtra: •? WMP »r, • « »f i. J . 1 } 4M Jft f 4 r.t '-Tf f itr -i Melvin Kahau, Spencer I ScS-Xfoy Biology, Conservation Low Ann Kmiotck, Junction City Secondary-Ala : Chemistry Min: Music , KKtawui Kun, Mdlcn Secondary Ala,': Histnrv. Francis Koch. Port Eduards Primary i ' Lbis I'VnriPuuyr, tnjr.il SttOitJary Sta'u Ihrtqry Mi .:;Geography,Thy. Ed! •|jHf I ■ i ; (j MARt Juan IfHNfAN. Tlgetton Intermediate 1 C-LAOtS U.HMANN. GtaOl Secondary -May. English Mh: Speech, Geography Arnold Lcrftus, Watettowti Primary ’ 1 RrinmtT liaNoiini v. Madison Intermediate and Uppci Elementari HhU . iiisM Kennbtii Huruuit, Stevem Point Secomiary-Maji Math Alim History, Physical Ed Gent HuMUSII, Stevens Point Secondary-Mu : Math Minx History, Physio CiiARLtNi’. KAnAt, Stcvenp Point nHo Htoo • ’ m; « 'j 'il f'.f V $- 4 AM ( JB - ►. 1 I i j i, i ft ft JK » Tl fglfc ♦MW GEORGE DIXON Sociology AROL EPPLE Biology GILBERT FAUST Chemistry BERTHA GLENNON English IfftjEu, PXtb cia Mix.lex,;Stevens Point Primary il ; j .; f . '■ i ! David -Mat nkh, Stevens Point L S Maj: English • r- ,1 • !1 ’fi i ? ; » Maay McCauliv, Climonvillc Primary mmm DiibORKS McLuxs, Medford Intermediate John Mr'ooii'k, vVis. Rtpids Letters , Science M$h Chemistry,’ Msth it- gi x Claire Mueller, Plainfield Sca rtcbry-Maj: English ; -y «i Wf) ► D Leo Mueller, Wausau Intermediate, Upper' Elementary Mary Nelson. Ogema L S-Mnj: Geography Min: History Robert Netzel, Crandon L S-Maj: Conservation, Biology Theodore Omen, Rhinelander LS Mai: English Rosemary Poletn, Plainfield Secondary-Maj: Home Ec Min: Gen. Science Mabel Paren'puss, Wausau L S-Mcf: English Min: Spanish Leroy Purcbatzxe, WeyioWga Secondary-Mat: Chemistry Mitt: Math, Physics ’ I f fAi v “Wf4 r t Eldora Rrjnbki NO, Greenwood Secondary-May. HUc Ec JaiJicb Sciirosoer, Amigo Secondary-Maj: Home Ec Mitt: English. General Science Janb Schulte, Antigo Secondary-Maj: English Mint History. FrenchHAnnie Schumacher, Marathon Sf« »tdary-Ma : Gen. Science Daivi Ski . Neilliville ; 9htoi.ev SifeiETs, Wit. Rapids D • f ! 1 ’MiSHjfciy M M j-4 liftVtttf k j MV IW-M-WfB David SavtmifA ', Steven Poiht raSMfij: Orography Patricia S» t, Wit. Hap.dl co»dirrti b English f! f- ‘ Min History, Speech ; J ;• •» = 9 iMW fw is ,t, 4 if iiM It alts :• , u ■ ti 48 ' It f |H i h:V • »lfiV ? t ALF HARRER Psychology ALBERT HARRIS Psychology, Philosophy ; ■ • nHMfiiTO Vr-itvi - mt .r i l i" 3ZT III I lu«C UlUL M 1 ijjiittcj PAUUNE ISAACSON Speech, History LENA HAUG Fifth Rrade Supervisor it i f fcTf$ U jl 1 MBI it ? .MS Ralph Sluis, Chicago, 111. l. S-Maj: English Min: French Marguerite Smith, Mcllcn Secondary-Maj: Home Ec Min: Phy. Ed., Gen Science IIarvet Steffen, Wausau Intermediate, Upper Elementary Frederick Stephanek, Phillips Secondary-Maj: Biology Min: Music, History Mart Ann Smith, Neillsvillc Primary Kenton Stewart, Greenwood Secondary -Maj: Conservation LaNore Stertz, Junction City Intermediate, Upper Elementary Gloria Sucxow, Wis. Rapids Primary Min: Music Delores Thompson, Waupaca Primary Jeanette SpmnuNu, Tigertcn Intermediate Janice Thurston, HancoA Secondary, Maj: Min: Gen. Science Larry Tylrb. Medford Intermediate • .DOROTHY KAMPENGA Librarian LULU KELLOGG Jr. High Supervisor NELLIS KAMPENGA Librarian MYRTLE JENSEN First grade supervisor WOT ' i- ,» Rosklla Votcirty Wausau Intermediate, Upper Elementary Min: History Bevrrly Wacner, West Bend IJtS Maj: Home Ec Min: Eng, History. Gen. Science Way, Stevens Point Secondary-Mat: Gen. Science Min: Physics, Math Edward Wesztx, Stevens Point L S Maj: Math A fin: History. Physics Carl Wiemav, Jr., LiCrosv Secondary-Mat: Math Min: Physical F.dRoland Young, Wis. Rapid L SrMaj: Biology. Geography Min: Go$»rvatk n Ruil ZilikiAN, Wis. Rapid . Gpmcrvatioo Victoria Aldbrton, Lsoria Rurkl-2' ' ■ [ Mary Lou Ambhosiu . | Loii BooTTfu; Suring » Hu l-3 j £ k I hum Fr raom Huf f j. • B T . | ♦r J ’» I 5 i ■ Gnpma Grantnei Wanda HW-2 Ia- skn, Scandinatia Rurd+2 ikiiui yitu '.'2.1 am - 2 Vj ■if Hii ftpir tr ls «i4 « 4 pa j it: ‘H « ft l . • i ,ki VIVIAN KELLOGG MARJORIE KERST JESSIEMAE KEYSER Sixth Grade Supervisor Rural Supervisor Women’s Phy. Ed. Betty Howmaw, TiKcrton Rural—2 Mina Johnson, Denmark R«raI-2 Heneikita Kizkwski. Wittenberg Rural—2 Dorothy lim, Mosinre Rural-2 Joan McCloni-. Clmionvillr Rural—2Roberta Netzel, Crandon Rose Ructnsxi, Stevens Point Eleanor Schram, Ringle Eleanor Simonson, Scandanavia Rural-2 Rural—2 Rural—2 Rural—2 Joanne Untirdt, Curtiss Donna Witte, Colby Darlene Zamzow, Portage Rural— 3 Rura1—2 Rural—2 Wiluam Barton, Wi$. Rapids L S-Maj: Conservation Min: Biology John Boyne, Cape Cod, Mass. L S-Maj: Math Min: History Kbnnbth -Bradway. Waupaca Secondary-Maj: Math Min: Chemistry, Physics, English Marjorie Schiblxe. Gleason Rural—3 Lyle Briscoe, Stevens Point L S-Maj: History Min: French Dave Butler, Stevens Point L S-Maj: Biology Min: Chemistry, Math Eucenb Glodowski, Amherst Jet. Rural—2 Stan Smith, Merrill 1AS-Maj: Conservation Dave Martbll, Spring Green L S-Maj: Conservation Harry Richmond, Stevens Point L S-May. Conservation. Biology Pat Rickl?, Independence, Mo. Primary-Min: History Lloyd Wilson, Owen L S-Maj: French Min: Biology 34PETER KRONER German ROBERT LEWIS Geography, Radio ARTHUR LYNESS Biology Row J: A. Allen, J. Amburgy, G. Anderson, L. Anderson, M. Anderson, R. Axtell Row 2: N. Bird, D. Bloom, L. Bogstcd, D. Borg, D. Christoffersen Row 3: L. Collins, J. Crook, C. Crosby, J. Daniel, B. Driscoll, W. DurantRow 1: B. Ekvall, C. Fabich, B. Falk, M. Farris, W. Frcnzcl, J. Frisch Row 2: G. Garfield, L. Gaylord, A. Golomski, Q. Grosskopf, E. Grow I 37Row I: K Guell, B. Hahn, J. Hales, B. Hammersmith, H. He!bach. P. Hokanson Rou’ 2: K. Holicky, R. Huttcr, C. Hubcrty, S. Hutchings, P. Ishcrwood Row 3: D. Jersey, D. Jorgensen, A. Kalmon, P. Knop, L. Knuth, M. RollerRow I: H. Koroghlanian, W. Larina, J. LaMarche, R. Larson, M. LeMere, D. Lindbcrg Row 2: A. Lord, N. Mansour, S. Maynard, T. McMahon, H. Miller 39NELS O. REPPEN Education Social Studies MARGARET RITCHIE Assistant Librarian MAY M. ROACH Associate Director of Rural Education Rou I: D. Moss, J. Munderloh, C. Neinas, J. Nowak, C. Olson, D. Page Row 2: D. Parmclcc. T. Pease, L. Pierce, H. Plumb, F. PomereninR Row 3: E- Prohaska, R. Reed, S. Rose, W. Ruhsam, D. Sawyer, J. ScheelkRow 7: J. Schcillin, E. Schicb, M. Schielkc, L. Schlottman, L. Schommer, L. Schroeder Row 2: P. Schultz, G. Schulz, S. Skihiclci, D. Smith, J. Stasko 41ROLAND TRYTTEN Chemistry GLADYS THOMPSON English WALTER SYLVESTER Conservation BERNARD WIEVEL Biology, Conservation MILDREDE WILLIAMS Second Grade Supervisor Row I: K. Stoehr, M. Swendrzynski, J. Thurston, G. Tokartki Row 2: R. Vaughn, R. Voclkner, K. W’asserman Row 3: C. Waterman, E. Weaver, E- Weber, A. Weisbrot Row 4: R. Weller, J. Whitford. R. Wyman HERBERT R. STEINER History CECILIA WINKLER Rural Supervisor 42 EMILY WILSON Home Economics LORRAINE WILSON Home Economics GLADYS VAN ARSDALE Third Grade Supervisor « Sophomores ... Reaching firmer groundRow I: A. Albrecht, M. Ambrosias, Row 2: H. Adams, V. Alderton, T. Row 1: D. Behrcndt, D. Martin, F. Bohm, L. Brooks, C Boettcher, G. Becker Row 2: B. Bchl, M. Beamish, J. Beamish; C. Becker, E- Beckwith, R. Borchardt, A. Blaskowsky « il I V -»V T 4 ■ r U »; i' .1 4 i$ } 4 4 rX- ViYW r w. Vi f Si. ■ jl V » i » XT wSH - V - T ! fi4?5 V ■ H I i I ■if . r 1 14 • j.nij Uf VU- 1’4 I i‘-V$ 4idJ « « ilmLrRow J: G. Enfjcbrctson, E. Eskritt Row 2: O. Erickson, N. Gayhart, J. Gctchell Row 3: A. Feldman, B. Gies, P. Lukowicz, D. Dutton. J. Sazama. B. Wenzel, G. Noonan, F. EllinRe: Row 1: J. Burt, 11. fiuckoslrf, H. Bovce, M. Christ. R. Oliver Row 2: D. Chesebro. I- Gyldcnvand, O. Kocpkc, P. Scribner r.v tRow 1: J. Plcnkc, A. Pieper. N. Row i: J. Heinrz, C Hansen Row 2: N. HedberR, P. Rinzel, E. Simonson, B. Holstein mm ■Mubm Row I: J. Langfeldt, J. Goehring Row 2 W. Grottke. R. Halverson. E. Scharcnberg. E. Glodowski. C Hackman. A. Gollon. D. Dieck Row I: S. Miller, A. Olson, J. McCone, D. Paiser, N. Nelson. T. Moran Row 2. H. Martin, P. Nice. R. Nc cl. N. Monson, J. NealeVETERANS AON GUIDANCE CFN1 ii Row I: D. Schimkc. H. SchJack, M. Schmahl Row 2: A. Schmidt, W. Schmidt Row : J. SchcidcgRcr, G. Schmokcr, P. Schwab Row 2: B. Schoch, G. Sccburgcr, B. ScarlcsRow 1: R. Rucinski, J. Rocske, D. Richter Row 2: C. Ruder, G. Roman, J. Richards. M. Puwalowski. D. Porter ft Row I: S. Zcntncr, W. Zens;. P. Zei, D. Zamrow, N. YounR. R. Wysocki, B. Woehkrt. D. WitteWr Rou’ l J. SturScr. R. Summerfeh Row 2: P. Suhi, R. Thomas. D. Trickcy » i } M feratlif. fl I ! I a. fci ’Au iMl|mM jU trfH wfcs ' « I f | . ,• w«i | H H W fN| 4 f tV W •- . ‘ fl £4ftrt V«t i w TM'- Mil4 j »» | fht r vi» ytr Jrfij Row 1: C. Kelley, E. Kijek. M. Johnson, D. Hofman, R. Kreidler. B. Hoffman Row 2: M. Kiefer, J. Konopacky, J. Hopkins, J. Kosmicki Row 3: D. Knoke, L. Koehn. G. Stuckey Row I: R. Lepiittki Row 2 C. Leonard, D. I.ij pe. J. Madison, M. Lucas, M. Lund Row i: X. McQpy. J. Madison. ‘j.JU artens It 'l infill (Ml ih tit , tyf’1 ’jm i • • m ffeiMnv %-rl LIBJ Uia AiA SA dittUiml in k Ui JMLRow I: J. Johnson, S. Klimowitz. J. Sattlcr, V. Tomfohrdc, C. Towns, M. Uttennark Row 2: J. Varney, W. Walbruck, M. Ware. C Weber, J. Weber. G. Weier Row I: B. Rusted, B. Diver Row 2: J. Farrell, J. Drake, D. Lightfuss 52Freshmen ... the beginning of a long climb ' +R„u |. S.mk'. Ruth. Dallnun. I jmp Sk.i!n kv VanVuren, Zimmerman. It..hlf. Reich. I Itmnpvm { ■»«• 2 lan«e. 1’ivfvn. Struck lewis Miller. Koppu. Miller. I'crner How 4. Icslia 1’auUn. Romunski RusJi ckui. Sullivan, Smlinski. New. Samis {mi' 4 lctlninc. Nelson. Wanner, I uhrinn. Heel Wc'tphil. I .iHn t. Hnvs MacDnn.iM Row 5: Kelly. Lee. Dcniiith. Mink. Hc Ifieltl. I.imlsiv. Lee. Muni • k Stock How 6. Whitcsuh-s. uhlicek. Kiist.i. I in li|uisi. M.illek. I Iclkr.-m D.mlxuk Hansen Row 7: IW.n. (. .hlstead. Oser. S.uiknl. Seif. Walker. M.i.ihs. Voclktur. Kctvimler. I ntiis Hou- 8: Spiegel. Smith Riic I lelxjloski. Met .tulcv. Olson. Slu IrH.ilil I munis. IY.iv How I N’ottleman, KuMii. I arson, Pchlkc. I ces. Temple. Kosluck. R»ct , Smith ftou’ 2 Spimllcr. I Sehalinskc. Shiek. Wipfli, Scavey. Sehmcsler, I allelic. Priclijtp. Liberty loti1 V Rc.iilinK- N.mlluml. Spran er. Sen . Schmirlcr, l.ucdtke, Martens, little. I’ichl. IWtal {«ie 4 M Larks. kubisiak. Stark. R r he. I imm. Matthews. WiU.n. Dcbuf. Newkirk How S: St.uke. S|K-i»ccr. ItuediKer. Schlottm.m. McArthur. SnlbcfR. Peterson. Manthey. Kohlman Hote 6: Schocpke. Walker. Kuranowic . Krieck, I.uiul. Rasmussen. Wotluml. Schmidt. Morijjn, illner How 7 Weinmaitii lli.ppc, Neumann. I in meier. Porter, Krasin Wolff. Newell. Parks How K Wavrunek. Shut la. Lovelace, R.iillinner. Wanie. W'lJdinR. Wet el. Woock. Kalke. laseckeRow I: Brjun. KIuk. Coon, Eggert. Adams S. Hanson. Gage, Kearns, Ashen brenner Row 2: Fxner, Jackson, Gamroth, Bennett, Boldig, Check Jana, Gulslan Row B: Jccklc. Clawson, EnicI, Burkett. Bonaek. Johnson, Bavserncr, S. Johnson Rou 4: Jorgensen, Grubc. IXimro. Aumann. Druckrcy, Greehling, Berg, Fairburn, Flcig Row 5: Mohenstun, Bourcicr, Holtebeck. Anderson. Fuller, Bus c. Bachlcr, Buggs, Hoppe Row 6: Kimla, Hanson, Glodowski, Kalais, Bukolt, Friday, Greehling. Knackstcdt Row 7: Bolder, Jones, Atwell. Brost. Boettcher, Helms, Adams, D refs inski Row 8: Dupuis. Hefferman, B. Johnson, Galeckc. Glover, Buchol . Grasamkee. Junio, DokkenRow I: Bands. Mocft. Christiansen. Buska. Sc hot ski. A. Adams, li.mnrm.tn. Bauman. Bloom. Men sen Row 2: Fox. Dunegan. Bohamski. Brushctske. Behrens, Koderl. Kittleson Row i: Clark. Bryan. Brendcl. Chcrney. Chadwick. Murlhut. Hanke. Cobum. Braatz, Brende) Row 4: Chvala. Kellogg, Finch. Bates, Howard, Abler, Greisinger. Alf, Crottke Row 5: Benson. Cuff, Dillcnberg. Bocher. Doro. Bourn, Buchaklian. Asdigian, Borchardt, Hermann Row 6: Cole. Charlesworth. Albert, Hcnsler, J. Johnson. Dankc, Brass. Srickson. Haasl, Heuer Row 7: Karman, Hanson, Bocher. Dutton. Gosh. Kluck. Klein. Johnson. Hagstrom, Kalkc Row 8: Buss, Frizzell. Jeffery, Domack. Hager. Borlee. Beaver, Davis. Howarth, GoldsmithMan- Neubergcr, R.N. Dr. Henry Anderson Office Staff Jean Meshak Carolyn Rolfson 5a Marie Swallow Grace WojeiehoskiLawrence Davis Melvin Engebretsen William Epright Myron Haase Arthur Bclmorc I Frank Mansavage Edward McLaughlin Richard Moyer Victor Okray Maintenance Staff Charles KuccraTHE HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL GROUPS Once a student at CSC has established his major, he will become a member of a professional education organization to correspond to his teaching division, and he mav he elected to an honorary society in his major field. The professional organization will help the student prepare to meet problems in his division of education, give him an over all view of job-opportunities, and recommend him to the college placement bureau before he graduates. The honorary fraternity gives the student of exceptional ability in his major field an opportunity to meet and exchange, discuss and develop ideas related to his field. Each fraternity tries to promote stimulating extracurricular work and thereby sene the college bv encouraging sincere 3nd active scholarship.FTA The Future Teachers of America serves as a central council for the four education divisions on campus. Representatives of each group belong to this council which works to promote teaching as a career. ROUND TABLE Known officially as the professional organization for students majoring in the field of intermediate education, Mr. Lewis's Round Table is now famous for having sponsored a scries of really good 35c movies in the new library theater. How 1: Stertz, Rose. Thimkc, G. Thompson, Nottleman, Babl Row 2: Gerhard, Lindbolm. Pease. Lehman, Mrs. Kent, Mr. Doudna, Mr. Lewis Row 3: Kellogg. Gage. McLccs, Schulz. Molt. Maynard, Porter, Kiefer, Sturkol. Suchring Row 4: Hammersmith, Burant, L. Collins, Borg, La-Marche, Wickc. Steffen. L. Mueller, B. Collins. Tylkeficrw I: Schicb. Afiss Smith. D. Bloom. Moss. Mucttl. Airs. Ravev, Miss Jensen R°U' f F“,k' Cro by- P- Horfl Koch. HaRtirom. KIur. Buchaklian. Cuff. C. Nelson. SchcidcKRcr. Bovcc ffou- a- an A,‘ °PPC- Hanncmann, Goehring. Beckwith. C. Forth . L. FortH. Charlcc x rth. Gilbert. ). Beamish. Vii an"‘ „n.'co - ’ P ehi. Ware. Cetchell. Muck. Vauuhn, Doro, OHrist. Suckow. Bonack. 1 -cpinski. Oupuis Ro ' 5 AUton- Kahar. Wochicrt. n- Hdntz. Sanford. Hofman, Roth. Burkett. Court, Schlack. SHeet-%. Nl. Peterson. NVcArthxir forum Forum is the professional organization on campus which serves students majoring in secondary education. Under the leadership of Raymond M. Right-sell, Forum tries to maintain high scholastic and professional standards among its members and to help secondary’ students set up their courses of study. Row 1 : A. Alien. Stephanek. Noteika Row 2: Oalton. BcrRclin. SchcUin, }. Schroedct Row 3: Stratton. R. Voclkner. TokarsVi. Row 4: SerRenian. A. Braun. Plumb. O. Spindlet. Vtodcll Row 5s G. Stasek. BuWm, PurchatzVe. Witkus. 3- Smith r m ■1 The members of Primary Council have an exceptional record as a service group. Each vear the council raises funds to purchase Christmas Rifts for the children at the Sparta Home. This organization of future primary teachers also sponsors a dramatic production hy some well-known group of players for the school children in the Stevens Point locale. The group advisor is Miss Man Elizabeth Smith. Ry • • tow I: Blomiley, ). Bird, Lenius low 2: Roeikr, T. Androon, Kreidtor, Braun, Mtlkk tow 3: Garfield, Hermann, Lindsay, Eskrin, C. Weber, Schmoker low 4: S. Johnton, Hahn, P. Schultz, Coburn, Oyer low 5: Man they, M. A. Smith, Walbruck. Lucas, Schwab, Rohlf Bow 1: Bradway, Janice Thurston, Kritz, C. Olson, Rickfort, Steiner Row 2: Siscl, Reineking. G. Fischer. Borja. lord, Scheelk, Holicky, M. Baitclt. Dtexlet. BUskcy, Guell Row 3: Nomady, Breymann, CUyton. Albers, Swendrzymki, Neale, Fahich, Axtcll, L Schtoedet. Polnn. Holler, hnop, LcMetc Row 4: Wicman, Grosskopf, L. Langfcldt, Frisch, H. Smith, M. Burrs, Mueller, Farris, Glasel, Kmiotck, Ht Row 5: Knuth, H. Miller, Schumacher, Way, Amburgy, Huberty, R. Cook, Mansour, Stewart. Reed, Brocket, D. Smith, WashermanRow I: Reich. Tylinski, Jensen, Lee, Knop, Holicky, Thurston, Mrs. Otte, Fabich. L. Schroedcr, Brody Row 2: Skalitzky, Saltier, Ellingcr, D. Wagner, Stacke, M. Smith. Tomfohrdc. Gayhart. Blaskowtky, Hanson Row 3: Burt, J. M. Johnson, Maahs, Bourn, Rcincking. Gerbyshak, Uttermark. Munson, Richter, Gucll, Weisbroi Row 4: J. W eber, J. Johnson, Luhring. Meicher, Dillcnburg. Rusch, Rickfort, Bryan, Siuddnski, Gatzke, Axtell kURAL Rural Life is the professional orgam-ration for future rural teachers. Their monthly meetings feature movies, outside speakers, and Rcncral entertainment, as well as the opportunity’ to discuss problems of practice teaching. Miss Mae Roach is the advisor. ZZZZZ2ZZ Row I: L Nelson, Ruediger. Pehlke Row 2: Stoleson, Zamzow, Chcrncy, Adams Row J: Bohanski, Kuranda, Larson, Erickson Row 4: Foltz, Bauuener, Teska, Baumann. Little 66Row 1: Murdock, Eggcrt. Young, Bolandcr Row 2: J. Schrocdcr, Coon, Bricco, Hiller Row 3: BUskey, Albers, Breymann, Oayton Row 4: Pomcrcning. G. Anderson, Schcllin, Pieper, Miss Davis 1H0ME EC| The Home Ec Club, affiliated with the national association, is open to all girls holding majors or minors in home economics. Under the guidance of Mrs. Ottc, the group holds monthly meetings Of interest to these future "home-ccers” and sponsors programs to those 0U,S,dc' 1’hc mai°r undertaking of the Zf- t SCh°°1 »« » house Row 1: Kinwski, Cieraewsld, Miss Rosch, Netwl, McClone, D. Hoeft, Miss Winkler, Mts. Punke, Jorgensen, JeeVk. M«- Doudna Row 2: Asdigian, B. Hoffman, M. Johnson, Bogsted, A. Olson, Lippe, Rucinski, Aschbrcnner, Alder ton, Temple, BrotUimn Row 3: Schmirlct, Spencer, Sullivan, Witte, llnticdt, Ambrosius, Simonson, Hansen, Stanislawski, A. Hoppe, Bcyctstcdt, HeWsttom Row 4: Bartels, Odkc, Rutknwski, Asenbrenner. Botlcc, Sebram, M. Borebardt. Schocpkc, Rucinski. Neumann, DanbaeVRow 1: Suckow. Smith. Kmiotek, Charlesworth. P. Hocft, Schmahl. Cram, Giese Row 2: M. A. Smith, D. Allen, Salter. Glasel, Court, Andersen, Mr. Marple, Miss Reilly Row 3: Rcc l, Cheschro, L. Ives. Alpha Kappa Rho Alpha Kappa Rho is an honorary music fraternity organized in 1937 for the purpose of recognizing and stimulating an interest in good music. Membership is open by special invitation to upper classmen who show a special ability in music. Each spring the group presents a musicalc for the student body and townspeople. Hugo Marple is advisor. Sicma Tau Dblta Row 1: Matzner, J. Schroedcr, Papenfuss. Borja, Schlottman, D. Bloom, Lord, Bloczynski, D. Seif, Mr. BurrouRhs, J. Schultz. Row 2: Wirkus. Glasel, Dalton, Sluis, P. LaLeikc, Frenzel, Stasko. Mueller, Lehmann.Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega is an honorary fraternity for outstanding students in dramatics and speech. A student must take some major part in the production of the one-act or three-act plays and do extensive work in Radio Workshop and forensics in order to qualify for Alpha Psi Omega membership.Ron' 1: Wyman, Jeffery. Mutter, Bcchard. Morgan, Konopacky. Barton. Dankc. Woock, Glodowski Row 2: Gosbee, Creed. Tuszka, Karan. Martel, Kubisiak. Albers, Cook, Lacina. Mackbart. Jackson. Kimla. Buss. Henslcr, D. Wilson, A. Curtis, Peabody Alpha Kappa Lambda Alpha Kappa Lambda is a professional fraternity for students in conserv: tion. Its purpose i4 to promote a better understanding of our natural resources and to encourage an intelligent use of them. Alpha Kappa Lambda holds several social events during the year: a fall venison dinner, the Woodchopper’s Ball, and a spring smelt frv. Mr. Walter Sylvester is faculty advisor. Sigma Zeta Row 1: Norcika. Swendrzynski. Blaskey, Pomcrcning, M. Bartclt, L. Schlottman, Nowak, Gucll. Row 2: Hurlbut, Ruhsam, J. Gosh, Polzin. Golomski, Schommer, Parmelee, G. Weber. Row 1: Huberty, Purchatzke, D. Christoffcrscn.Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega, ihc newest fraternity on campus, is a national service organization composed of college men who arc, or have been, affiliated with the Bov Scouts. It offers these men an opportunity to develop leadership, to promote friendship, and to render service to others. Besides previous scout training, and the desire to serve others, candidates must maintain a satisfactory scholastic standing. Row I: Harold Smith, Knight. Row 2: Riley, Peabody, Graves. McCauley. Row 3: Hajcnga. Gustin, Becker. Davis. Sigry Zcta. the national honorary science societv. is open to any student attaining a high scholastic average in science and math. I hc group's main project each vear is the sponsoring « f tire junior Academy of Science during which high school students arc guests on campus. Mr. Boland Trvtten is advisor.Row 1: Fridman, Schommer, Parmelce, LaBrot, J. Smith, Doudna, Elder, E. Voclkncr. Flcig, Eidc Row 2: F. Hansen, Pridipp, Gollon, Bohm, Crubba. Jablonske. Bachcr. Mr. Knutwrn. Kalmon. R. Charlcsworth. K. Cherney, Engebrctson, Jorgensen, Christiansen. Hager, S. Miller, guest Martens, guest A. Kolstad, Mr. Kroner, Braatz Edelweiss Club The Edelweiss Club is a new campus group organized during 1955 when CSC offered its first course in the German language. The club is open to all people interested in a better understanding of the Germanic traditions and culture, as well as the students of German. The group was named after a beautiful mountain flower, the edelweiss, which presents a challenge to those who seek it because of the high altitude at which it grows. Dr. Peter Kroner is the advisor. 72HKS U (tllW '4gainRADIO WORK SHOP Front standing: Wirkus, Brockcr. Eidc, Jorgenson Seated: Martin, Braun, Behrendt. Dallman. Kohlman. Bryan, GucU. Solbcrg, Romanski, Bohm, Lindholm Hack standing: Kritz, Ncinas CSC's Radio workshop gives students an opportunity for supervised radio work, with studios, mechanical equipment, and a tape recording sen-ice available when needed. One may obtain experience in the writing and adaptation of scripts, participating in radio presentations, and operating controls. Programs arranged by the organization arc presented on both television and radio. David Silver-man and James Stasko are the student directors and Robert S. Lewis is the faculty advisor. Gosbcc, Silverman, Stasko 75How I: Dallman, Oyer, Gudl, Suehring, Kijck, S. Miller. Bnutz, Malick Row 2: Kohlman. Lurhring, Frcnzcl, Golomski, H. Smith, A. Braun, Ruhum, Gosbcc, Lehmann, Kritz Row 3: Mr. Blakeslec, Bukolt, Davis, Zei, Foltz, Borg, Brocker COLLEGE THEATER The College Theater enables speech and drama students to take an active part in dramatic productions, not only through acting but through directing, handling of scenic and technical problems, and working on the business and publicity ends of productions. Anyone who has in some way participated in one of the college plays may become a member. Miss Pauline Isaacson. Mr. Lcland Burroughs, Mr. Robert Lewis, and Mr. Richard Blakeslee sene as advisors. Three student-directed one-act plays were presented in November. Gladvs Lehmann directed “The Boor” bv Anton Chekhov; Frank Brocker presented the 'The Devil and Daniel Webster" by Stephen St. Vincent Bcnet; and James Stasko produced "Shall We Join the Ladies?" bv Sir James Barrie. A three-act play was given in the spring. 76the Devil and Daniel Webster” J I: Richards, Hackbart, Wade, Weaver, Wicke, G. Hanson, Mr. Kmit cn, C. Boettcher, R. Cook, Mutter. I.cnius, R. Young, 1— Cook Row 2. Bnrtz, Hammersmith, Dicck, Schneider. Zei, Spimller, Stewart, Frcn cl, Marsh. C». VVcber, Guldan Rme 3: Helms. Pradt. J. Walker, P. Boettcher, Bachcr, Lightfuss. Steber, I-eBrot, Krieek, Dnudhjr Row 4 H. Curtis. K. Curtis. Fir sen . Pfcrris. Oanhack. R. Hansen, Hoffman. Helbtrom, Jcskc, D. Dutton ‘ - .-s-C Who wouldn’t like a Florida vacation in March? There was hardly a person in school that didn’t envy the glee club men of CSC who. fortified with funds collected during a five month campaign and transported by the college bus, made the trip to Miami to sing under the auspices of the National Association of Federated Music Clubs. This was a big year for the glee club—not every organization celebrates its 20th anniversary by going to Miami. So congratulations, director-founder, Norman E. Knutzen and vour men. MIAMI BENEFIT CONCERT RLS’ GLEE CLUB flow I: ulhl. Munson, D. Thompson. Mis' Reilly. T. Anderson. Heuer Row 2. X'. Weber, N. Nelson. Schul . Witte, llnticdt, Lee Row 3: Burt. Dupuis. I.epinski, G. Collins. Wysocki. Gctchell Rou 4: Gilbert. Sanford. C. Mueller. D. Miller. K.ili.it, Wochlcrt Row . C. Seif. R. Charles worth. Pehlke, M. Smith. S. Johnson, Hermann Rou' 6 R. Braun. HoKchretsen. Madison, IV •ki. mj; —BAND ROSTER FLUTES Faith Bryan Janice Nottlcman Eleanor Rostal Pat Scribner OBOE Pat Roth CLARINETS Roger Adams Grace Anderson Dave Behrendt Janet Bird Lonnie Doudna Ray Greisinger Audrey Luedtke DeWayne Martin Luclla Murdock Suzanne Muck Irvin Voclkner BASS CLARINETS Nancy Court Nancy I lager BASSOONS Jackie Johnson Ed Kmiotek ALTO SAXOPHONES Don Chesebro Donna Witte TENOR SAXOPHONES Margie Schmahl Grace Schulz BARITONE SAXOPHONES Lois Langfcldt Wayne Schmidt BARITONES Robert La Brot Robert Reed TRUMPETS Jim Andersen Jean Burkett Lee Glasel Lovell Ives Donna Lees Dale Loomas Jerry Mallek HORNS Bill Stcinkamp Pat Sroda Fret! Stcphanck TROMBONES Susan Maynard Albert Perncr Wayne Salter TUBAS Dorothy Allen Don Smith Jim Willner PERCUSSION Carol Schmirlcr Dick Schroedcr Tom WirkusSTUDENT PUBLICATION THE POINTER » This year the "Pointer" was fortunate in obtaining exclusive rights to all press releases pertaining to Tufton Beamish, renowned expert on everything. However, even Tufton with his great knowledge couldn’t help Editor Earl Crow solve his most difficult problems, such as explaining to the business manager how one gets five Cokes for a quarter from the machine ("Now you take this quarter, see . . getting Will Shakespeare and Ernest Hemming-wav to pick up their assignments, and helping the headline writers to use their favorite line, ‘Trample Those Titans.’’ An editorial policy of ----------------- was adopted, guaranteeing satisfaction to all. Monday night Coke and carmcl corn sessions when all the "due Friday” assignments were in and being worked on by the staff often gave Earl a bad case of nerves, but with a helping hand from Miss Clennon our 1955 Pointer Staff turned out the "best papers yet.’’ POINTER STAFF Editor-in-chief: Earl Grow News and Feature Editor: Bettv Holstein Assistant: Eenorc Gavlord Reporters: Virginia Bricco, Sharon Zentncr, Nancv Hager, Jovcc Spencer, Homer Plumb. Felisa Borja, Pat Sisel, Pat Scribner, Anne Stolcson, Bob Way, Donna Wittec, Virjean Drexler, Jerry Foster, Marjorie Schmahl, Dorothy Secord. Elanor Schram Sports Editor: Carl Hubcrtv Reporters: Man,- Bartelt, Dave Zimmerman, Ken Wasscrman, Don Nice, Charles Ncinas, Dick Bechard, Clark Greehling Composition Editor: Dave Ehrcndt Assistants: Roy Halverson, Jerry Madison Typists: Arnold Lenius, Darlene Jorgensen, Phyllis Hoeft, Bob I (ammersmith, Barbara Coburn, Mabel Papenfuss Proofreaders: Janet Madison, Sally Rose, Pat Schultz, Bonnie Driscoll Cartoonist: Bettv Behl Piiotocraphers: James Kosmicki, James 1 lopkins Business Manager: Dave Jerscv Assistant Business Manager: Dave Zimmerman Assistant: Joan McClone Circulation Manacer: Ara Sergenian Assistants: Joanne Nowak, Larrv Pierce, Bernice Hahn Editorial Adviser: Miss Bertha Glcnnon Photographic Adviser: Ravmond E. Specht Business Adviser: Robert T. Anderson 85IRIS This picture is wo accident; you arc seeing the Iris staff at its unsuspecting best getting a taste of waiting while the photographers “get ready.” The bored-looking scholar to your right so engrossed in Punch is in a most characteristic posewaiting for his staff to get organized. Unfortunately he was too much of a gentleman to leave his cap on so this picture is not as funny as it might have been. Neither assistant-editor. Marge Smith, nor dark-room chief, Norh Brost, could pose with us as they were, per usual, somewhere else cheerfully doing Jo’s work. By far the hardest working man on the staff is Mr. Spccht and he, per usual, was on the other end of this camera! 86 Row I: Rukolt. R. Adams, Mr. Morrison. Peskie Row 2: L. Schlottman. D. Thompson, Aschbrenner, D. Seif Row 3: BcTRclin, Crosby, Gilbert, Bloczynski. Daniel Row 4; J. Schultz. Beckwith. Drexler, Monson Row 5: Wochlcrt. Golomski, Bartels, Oclkc, A. Allen Row 6: Fren el, Lcnius, Kritz, J. Charles worthTHIS IS A FRIENDLY COLLEGE. . . Y GOPS Row I: L. Mueller, Pradt, L Wilson. Row 2: Dan back. Jorgensen. Gerhard, Maas. Row 3: Hcllstrom, Hackman, Martcll, W. Schmidt. Marko. Y DEMS Row 1: Karsseboom, Madison, G. Mueller. Row 2: M. Burrs. Madison. BoiRht, Kreidlcr Row 3: Frisch, Beckwith. Walbruck, C. Greehlin. Row 4: J. Weaver, Stroik, Giver, N. Grcchling. Goldsmith. 87The Womens RecriMtion.il ssociatipn sponsors the Wednc dav night fun sessions for all girk JJrulessof their skill in sports. The intramural basketball tournament is the as well as the annual "Christmas Cheer" and t neighboring liii I lahn, with a kept the progr mice vear.Moss, Schieb, Klimowitz, Bussc, Eskritt. Engcbrctsen, Crosby, Babl, A. Allen. Mularkey, Bcrgclin. P. Kelley, Grubba. K. Chemcy. C. Buggs ORCHESIS 89GAMMA DELTA (Synodical Conference) Lutheran Rev. Herbert Wunderlich, Chaplain. Mrs. Marjorie Kerst, advisor. Row 1: Bogstcd, C. Mueller, Hammersmith, Knop, Falk, G. Lehmann Row 2. Grottkc, Gctchcll, Eskritt, Hodell, Rosche, Roth Row 3: Schulz, Luedtkc, Nottleman, Lange, Bohm Row 4: Fox, Lenius, C. Boettcher, Zimmerman, A. Luhring, Oclkc L S A Lutheran Rev. Wendell Frcrichs, Chaplain. Mr. Roland Tryttcn, advisor. Row 1: Christiansen, D. Hocft, Wolter, G. Thompson, Solbcrg, Mr. Trytten Row 2: Fuller, Becker, M. Petersen, Sturkol, Baehlcr, Bolandcr, B. Johnson Row 3: Bauman, A. Adams, J. Smith, Due, Hager, Brockcr 911 III TRIGON CONCIIKCATIONAL, EVANGELICAL and Reformed Presbyterian Rev. Gordon Myers, Chaplain Row 1: Nuhlicck. Rohlf, VanVuren, Clayton, Bryan, Kricck, Strebc, Erickson, Monroe, Spindler Row 2: Neale, Tomfohrdc, Lees, Jensen, E. Nelson, Beckwith. Burt Row 3: Martell, Rev. Helming. Rev. Meyer, Behrendt NEWMANSkinner, Beebe, J. Lewi , Rev. Lewis, G. Becker, Sergenian, Sparhawk WESLEY Methodist—Rev. Perry Saito, Chaplain — Mr. Arthur Lyncss, Advisor 1 » f|!|Christmas at CSC Probably no holiday means more to CSC students than Christmas. The Yule spirit descends on the campus early and by the day that suitcases are packed and weary students trundle home for vacation, all the college is seized with a fever of Christmas gaiety and good will. Typical of the holiday activities on campus arc the W.R.A. Christmas cheer party and the all school carolling party. W.R.A. serves free afternoon refreshments to college students and faculty. The all-school carolling was a new activity on the campus this vear. Early in the evening about 130 students assembled on the post office steps to sing for shoppers in the downtown area. From there, the group split into three sections, and the different sections were carried to various spots in the city by bus. Afterward, the carollcrs were served refreshments in the training school gym.STUDENT COUNCIL The highlight of the war according to the students, and the nightmare of the vear according to I lomcr. was the s| onsoring of a personal appearance bv Hddv I toward. To prow their nobilitv. the council also tackled thc out dated constitutions . . . which meant throwing awav an exciting conglomeration of unlimited and unused powers. Keep an eve on the student council, CSC. it's going to go places! Row I: Crook, Wyman. M Row 2: Sluul.i.j.Clovrr. Put ■uliv n d I PlumbDELZELL HALL delzell Delzell Mall is the only men’s dormitory on campus. Therefore you can plainly see that all men who do not live in rooming houses or trees, live in the dormitory. Someone once described college as a place where girls without men meet the men without money. The Student Union is the place where the CSC girls may find these men. Movies (on T.V.) a juke box, and dancing enable these men without money to entertain the girls, no longer without men. "LITTLE MEN'NELSON HALL Nelson Hall may not have had any robbers strolling casually through the halls this year, hut dorm life went on as usual with the nightly race to sign in. the shrciking dashes through the parlors in p.j.'s, the midnight parties which must he hushed hv floor managers, and the daily crises which can onlv be found when 100 girls live together. . . . Most CSC students live in private homes scattered over the city. It makes little difference whether there be two roommates or twelve, whether it Ik an apartment or a single room, all students enjoy the fun of living, fighting, and laughing with their new friends . . . the fun of sharing their memorable days of college. Grandma’s Pea Fritter Boys The Crazy Eight from 1228SONG FEST It was a "grand night for singing” from the moment the curtain opened on Marcic Skalski and Jim Richard's exhibition waltzing until the curtain closed on the faculty's hilarious parody. Few in the audience realized the fun and grief which the nine groups experienced while preparing for that evening performance —the struggle to make the parody words fit the music, the search for a piano not yet in use, the frustration of trying to whip a twenty-voice choir into shape when only five members show up for rehearsal. But the hard work and competition involved make the Songfest a favorite campus activity. CWA The College Women’s Association is the former Women's Self-Governing Association all dressed up in a new title. The council sponsors many events for the students at CSC, including the big-little sister program in the fall, the informal coffee hours for upper classmen and faculty members, the Song Fest, and the banquet for graduating senior women. This vear CWA, headed bv Ruth Ann Charlesworth and Roberta Vaugh also bought song books for the College Sings. Row I: Doro, L. Forth, Cuff, Gemer. J. Schlottman Row 2: Huettl. Charlesworth, Schlack Row J: Rose, Madison, SchimkeINTI W it Ml UNITY. Mom I Schotiinter. OImid, I m lli -lm. (irow Row 2 Parmrln . AmluirKv. Rent I n-n rl PAN I II I I Row I Dmwl. I) Seif, (I.nkinl. ('.rimr Row 2 Rftd, Kim h. Schull . C.iIIm it. S, Ii Ilm lll'inilev. I'.trmrlo Row t Silverman. l - . I intlltolm. Fnii el. C.rmv )|u i . Srhoimt Row I Allwi' l Seif. Illomilm D.mwl K Ii (ium i C.iIIm ii Roir 2 Scliulf . Si In IlmOmega Mu Chi I he record of Omega Mu Chi would seem 10 prove that the group which would enjoy itself, keep loyalty keen and preserve the sorority spirit should dedicate itself to a program of various social, service, and competitive activities. The Omegs had a busy schedule in 1954-55. In the fall they won first prize on their homecoming float, a huge silver-foil dog sled with the caption “Eskimo to Team: Mush. Mush, Mush.” The group participated in the college songfest, gave, among other entertainments, a party for sorority alums, and read weekly to the children at the hospital. First semester president was Clco Gilbert; Judv Clavton directed second semester activities. "Look, Ma. I'm pinned!'Phi Sigma Epsilon The fraternity which must climb to the third floor each Tuesday in order to find a quiet meeting place, had plenty of energy left over to make 1955 a busy and worthwhile year, full of the happy traditions which can only be found among fraternity men. They got off to a rousing start by sponsoring a pre-homecoming dance to honor the queen candidates, and then put on a spirited campaign which brought the queen’s crown to their own candidate, Judy Clayton of the Omega Mu Chi sorority. The Phi Sigs also made a big hit on campus this year by putting on several special movies at the library theater. Probably the one event which took the most work and brought the most fun to the whole college was the spring style show, a production any group could well be proud of. To Don I lerrmann and Jim Goetz fell the task of leading these men. Identification Row I: Steinkamp, Ives, Karau, Goetz, Wienun, Knuth Row 2: D. Spindlcr, Doudna, Jersey, Prohaska Row 3: Page, Stephanek, Luebben Row 4: H. Adams, Feldman, Reed, Lacina Row 5: T. Farrell, Buckoski, M. Farrell, Amburgy Row 6: Koepke, Silverman, Chesebro»''Valcommcn" ... it was a little hit of old Sweden at the Psi Beta Psi January tea to honor new students, replete with good coffee, costumes and a folk dance or two. Whatever the event, the Psi Betas put all their enthusiasm to work and make of the project good fun and success. Whether it’s a homecoming float, a rushing party with a Hawaiian theme, or a dance for the college called the Kandy Karnival, if it’s a Psi Beta production it will be good. First semester president of the Psi Betas was Frances Cook; second semester president was L.cnore Gavlord. Can’t you KIEFER out of some of the pictures?Tau Kappa Epsilon The Tekes arc not yet a chapter of the national fraternity but they are in close contact with the central organization and have entertained the national officers. During their first year as a recognized group, the Tekes were able to hold many of their meetings in private homes where they were led by Doyne Parmalee and Lambert Schommer. The Tau Kappa Epsilons arc full-fledged Greeks at CSC and arc represented on Pan Hell and Interfraternity. Their super-sized pointer added just the right festive note to our stadium at Homecoming time, and their other activities, such as ushering at the Song-fest and sponsoring basketball dances, have made them quickly popular with all. Identification: Row I: Gosbcc, Schommer, Stroik Row 2: Schumacher, Parmclee, Elder Rou 3: Borg. Martin, Strasscr, Brockcr Row 4: Madison. Norcika, Przchurat. C. Olson, P. LaLcike Ccntlcmcn-scholars off on a spree . . . Gentlemen or scholars—which are wer 107Tau Gamma Beta “A sisterhood for common good" . . . down through the years since 1909, Tau Gamma Beta sorority has carried its traditions and ideals, maintaining a spirit of school service, social graciousness, and group loyalty. The sorority was awarded first place and traveling trophy for its rendition of "In the Still of the Night" and a parody to the tune of "This Old House” in the annual college songfest. Diane Seif served as first semester president and Lois Schlottman as second semester president. Mud be nimble. Mud be quick. Mud beware of Sig Ep trick. 109The Sig-Eps, our "Tuesday boys” with the white shirts and red ties, had a year of fun and fame under the leadership of Earl Grow. Their homecoming float was an inspiring example of what forty-five people can do when they really put their hearts into a job . . . especially when that job calls for grown men to make artificial flowers! The annual variety show, Sig-Episodes, was another favorite project of this stage-happy crowd because they got an opportunity to show off their talents in acting and singing . . . and in all the other fields which only fraternity men can invent. With due respects to the janitors who must worry about the roof of the boys’ dorm, CSC owes the Sig Eps a sincere thank you for the Christmas tree they erected on the top of Delzcll Mall. Identification Row 1: H. Weaver, Wirkus, Grow, Kritz, Haas, Sergenian Row 2: Frisch, Lindholm, Purchatzke, Hackbart Row 3: Sluis, L. Mueller, A. Braus, Lenius, Young Row 4: Frenzel, Hurrish, E. Wenzel, H. Curtis, J. Andersen, Summerfclt Row 5: Stoehr, Firgen, Patterson, Cliver, Mrochek Row 6: Suhs. Attoc, Huberty, Plumb. Ruhsam, McCarthy, Lirson, G. Weber Row 7: A. Schmidt, Plcnke, Sccburger, C. Boettcher, Koehn. Marsh. Engle, Bartz, Farris- Sigma Phi Epsilon i 11 "How arc we doing. Dr. Jenkins?”Row 1: Neinas, Briscoe, Hubley, Mutter, Boldig Row 2: Ebcl, Green, Wohlbier, Hopkins, J. Smith Row I: Hughes. S. Smith. Piper, Noonan, Stuiber SlASEFIS The mysterious name, Siasefi, actually has a meaning! Anyone with enough time, patience, and luck can find it in a certain dusty volume in the College Library. This newest of CSC's organizations was founded a little over a year ago as just another social group. It was officially recognized by the College in February and will soon be giving the Greeks a run for their money.Homecoming RECIPE (CSC favorite since 1894) I ;ik - 900 some college Slinictils, «M .1 generous pinch ol fooikill we.ithci. Sill iu ,i g xx) measure ol school spirit .md hlcml in sonic hustle and Ini . Sin well for .i week I'oiisl over a gtxxl st ed honlirt. IXxorate with tliicc loveh «|iK cns .mil .1 colored parade ml serve on Saturdax afternoon .iflci c cr tom lidown. fS.ivc some it iny for 1 lit exening dance. II is not .1 l»:ul rctijx- .it .ill ntl I hex ;il v.i s come kick lor more Ask ilu alums'TRAMPLE! Queen: Judy Clayton Attendants: Marge Gerhard Sharon Zentner Captain: John BoyneING 1954 OSE TITANSCONFERENCE STANDINGS La Crosse W 4 L 0 T 1 Eau Claire 5 2 0 Plattcvillc 3 1 1 Stevens Point 4 2 0 River Falls 3 2 0 Milwaukee 2 2 1 Oshkosh 2 2 2 Stout 1 3 1 Whitewater 0 5 0 Superior 0 5 0 t WTFOOTBALL Eleven men in the black and white uniforms of CSC move down the field for the kick-off; the stadium at Goerke Field goes wild with the excitement of another college football season. For the next hour the hearts and hopes of hundreds of spectators will be with those eleven men maneuvering up and down the long field. For these brief afternoons of glory even the men on the bench can smile at the memory of sweltering work outs under the hot August sun while classmates enjoyed the last days of vacation; the temptation to forget training hours and rules; the daily practise grinds which were anything but glorious on a muddy field or in weather so cold that no amount of chafing could keep hands warm. There were only eight games, eight scores . . . but behind those dry statistics lie the thrilling story of a team working together as one man for the honor of their school. Whether that college is Notre Dame or Central State,-that is football! 119POINTERS ALL CONFERENCE Ken Roloff Ken Hurlbut Jack Crook LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN lonorable Mention: Carl Wieman Ken Roloff SCHEDULI Michigan Tech 6 Platteville 14 Superior 0 Milwaukee 13 Whitewater 6 Oshkosh 0 Eau Claire 14 St. Norbero 13Row 1: Haefncr, Vance, Marko Row 2: Chvala, G. Hanson, Ware Row 3: Kocpke, Babcock, Cole. Row 4: Richards, Huberts . Amburgy Row 5: K. Olson. Schadcwald, TuszkaIN BOTTLES Age Wgt. Horae Town No. Name 10 Vance. Gerald Beloit Wis. Rapids West boro 12 Haefner, Robert 20 Ilanson. George Stevens Point 22 Marko. Jim 24 Sehadewald. Paul 34 Olson. Ken 40 Richards. Jim 42 Amburgy. John 44 RoloH. Ken Stevens Point White Lake Kaukauna Stevens Point Stevens Point Appleton 50 Roman. George 52 Tuszka. Richard 54 Koepke. Orv BASKETBALL Hard hlccchcr scats with no room for long legs ... a rumplcd-up program ... a score board which shows only the last eight minutes of the half. Shrill whistles clamoring for attention over the din of a frenzied crowd ... the thrilling volume of a pep band beating against the roof ... the buzz from the table and a swell of applause as a favorite player leaves the game. The excitement when Richards broke the scoring record of 35 points in one game ... the pure joy of watching Haefner dribble down court . . . our warm pride in Marko as the most valuable plavcr and Koepke as the honorary captain. . . . These are the memories of a Point basketball season. 'ss a1 • DESIGNATE IUEGAI PUSHING USE OF HANDS OFFENDER'S NU. I M FOUl t§ I • HOLDING 19 145 19 145 18 170 18 148 18 195 17 170 19 185 20 170 21 190 20 190 19 185 22 210SCORES Milton Winona Northland St. Norberts Whitewater Lawrence Oshkosh Lincoln University Ripon Plattex-illc Eau Claire River Falls Lawrence Milwaukee Whitewater Oshkosh Point Journal Florian PhotoRow I: Guldan, Albert, R. Johnson, Luebkc, T. McCauley, B. Wenzel. Spindlcr, Rosche Row 2: Mr. Roberts, H. Smith, McMahon, McLIarky, Attoe, Weir, Jersey, K. Murlbut. D. Murlbut WRESTLING SCORES Junior THEY 8 3 25 28 10 10 Varsity 24 18 Ripon Lawrence Luther Winona Ripon Lawrence University of Wis. Milwaukee Wrestling is fast moving out of the category of minor sports at CSC. Saturday afternoon meets no longer bring out a handful of spectators; now even the girls have become avid fans and speak glibly of such things as pins, decisions, and escapes. If coach Roberts could only find some way to replace that revolting "spitting towel” he could probably pack the house. . . Till then, hats off to all our grapplcrs, especially I larold Smith who won the most outstanding wrestler award for 1954-55.Row I: H. Smith, J. Miller, Drake, T. Pease, Ruhsam, Jersey, Huberty. L. Collins Rote 2: R. Johnson. Dokken. Danke. Galecke, Schoen, Drcfcinski, Schultz, Pesko, Potter, Roloff Rote 3: Massev. Brocklcy, Cole. Purcell, A. Schmidt, Sonnentag. Maas, Knoke. Razner RaciriR to Reppcn's 8:15 TRACK April 23 Lawrence Here April 30 Ripon There May 3 St. Nor bens There May 7 Oshkosh Here May 14 TrianRlc Meet at Oshkosh May 21 State Meet 128Mr Harrcr. H. Smith. Ruhsam. A. Schmidt, Porter. Fox. Danke CROSS COUNTRY Cross-country runners are the forgotten men of college sports. They race over a gruelling 3 to 5 mile course, cross the finish line without the cheers of spectators, and go to the showers knowing that the papers and their classmates probably never even realized that there was a meet. When men like Ron Porter finish only seconds behind the Illinois state champ who set the unofficial record for the 3-milc, and when CSC is one of the few state colleges boasting a cross country team, it is time we gave our harriers the backing they deserve. fhc Iris is proud to be one of the first to bring these men into the limelight where thev belong! 129— TENNIS I i Lawrence Home May i St. Norbero There May 7 Oshkosh Home May 14 Triangle Meet at Oshkosh May 21 State Meet Editor Earl's earnest effort . . . Row I: Lewis. Netzel. Jersey. Jeske. Knackstedt. Row 2: Stanley. Due. Wasserman, Grow, SteinkampRow I: Kryshak, Scheel. Wicman Row 3: Stark, Martcll, D. Christofferscn Row 2: H. Adams. Casper. Mr. Roberts Row 4: Fox, Davis, Schcin GOLF April 23 Lawrence Here May 3 St. Norberts There May 7 Oshkosh Here May 14 Triangle Meet at Oshkosh May 20 State Meet 131Row I: Roloff, Wavier nun, Kocpkc. Vance, T. Pease, Jersey, H. Smith, Nice Row 2: Hackbart, Hliberty, Ruhsam, L. Collins. Cayo, G. Roman. Knuth. W. Schmidt Row 3: Crook, Amburgy. Cole, F. Roman, Charlesworth, J. Miller. D. Hurlbut. Brockley, Due, J. Botdig 132CHEERLEADERS Jo Broetzman Nancy Hager CeCcIia Borlcc Judy Johnson Marie Doro Eleanor Rostal Fac Ellingcr Marge Smith Marlene GrubbaA student body sticking with their team when the score stands 103-60, an older faculty member turning out for every' game; players on the bench eagerly cheering their team-mates-this is what gives a small local college the proud tradition of the fighting purple and gold.I he Memories We Take With lls. I ime Cannot Efface.The friendly coll in the city . of the J market gj"FROM THE BANKS OF OLD WISCONSIN___________________" Stevens Point . . . only a Wisconsin town to many people, but a second home for some 900 college students during the year 1954-55. During the week most of us lived in private homes throughout the city, and on Fridav we jammed the transportation lines to points all over the state. After classes we hurried to part-time jobs in the downtown district, or wandered through the stores to buy as much as “poor students" could afford . . . and more! The city parks were almost par; of the campus during the pleasant weather, and at night the entertainment spots were filled with college students. To Stevens Point, Central State is more than just a state college; it is the CITY’S college. It cheers our teams, comes to our social functions, and, in ways such as this advertising, proves that it is a loyal supporter of “the Purple and the Gold." To all the people of Point go our thanks for making this city a pleasant place in which to spend a college year.e s w o r t h studio Welsby's «o main srturOLD CABIN FUELS 9 Frigidaire Sales and Service • Sylvania Television 9 Building Material 9 Farm Machinery 9 Feed—Seeds 9 Fertilizer BREITENSTEIN CO. Over 40 years of dependable service 217 Clark St. Phone 57 ION’S EL0KSL SHOPHoe Office M Sl( rm Poll . «« «« or oor Ai'TOMomtr . . . Home ... Bvtmiit Hardware Mutuals.When you think ot tooc Be sure you think of IGA Your local IGA Food Store is fully equipped to satisfy your every whim in good food. You'll find store shelves loaded with a wide variety of top notch merchandise to please your taste. IGA Stores pride themselves on their fruits, vegetables, and meats. Every one of these products is always the very finest quality . . . guaranteed to please ... or your money back! nA New Mural . . . by a Stevens Point Artist A New Building . . . for a Stevens Point Bank Continued Service . . . to a Stevens Point School Sponsors of all CSC sports broadcastsWhen you want belter printing — Leave it to — WORZALLA PUBLISHING COMPANY “Where Craftsmanship Predominates" Phone 267 200-210 No. Second Street Stevens Point, WisconsinPHILLIP portraits are done in the modern manner — FOR SALE — One roll of grey plaid wallpaper One bushel basket of negatives (will make good gelatin) 351 gummed photo stickers One roan editor with sharp teeth and weak eves If interested, contact any of the following people: Editor: Jo Daniel, Assist. Editor: Marge Smith, Lay-Out Staff: Alice Allen, Diane Seif, Marlene Aschhrenncr, Shirlcv Oelkc. Copy: Mary Lou Blocynski, Lois Bartels, Evon Beckwith, Barbara Coburn, Virjcan Drexler, Jeannette Havel, Nancy Monson, Bettv Wochlert. Sports: Arnic Lenius, Jack Charlcsworth. Art: Jan Bergelin, Carol Crosbv, Arlene Golomski, Dorothy Cuff. I ypists: Cleo Gilbert, Bobbie Vaughn. Joan McClone, Lois Schlottman. Photography: Roger Adams, Allen Kalman. Don Pcski, Jim Bukolt. Dark Room: Norbcrt Brost, Dave Lindberg. Picture Scheduler: Man,' Ann Smith. Identification: Jane Schultz, Claire Mueller. Delores Thompson. Marge Gerhard. Business Manacer: Ken Kritz. Advertising Manacer: Wen Frcnzel. Advisers: Clifford Morrison and Ravmond Spccht. P.S. If you didn’t like this annual, don’t gripe — come out next year and WORK!ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Hansen, William C.: President 18 Anderson, Sidone 58 Anderson, Dr. H. A. 58 Anderson, Robert T 21 Angel, Margaret 97 Bainter, Monica 21 Blakeslee, Richard 21, 76 Blodgett, Alice 21 Boylan, Kenneth 23 Burroughs, Lcland 23, 68 Carlsten, Edna 23 Crow, Frank 23 Crow, Luella 25 Cutnaw, Edith 25 Cychosz, Agnes 58 Czaplinski, Bernice 58 Davis, Doris 25, 67 Davis, Mildred 25 Dixon, George I. 27, 138 Doudna, Quincy 18, 63, 67 Elsted, Edna 97 Epple, Arol 27 Faust, Gilbert 27 Glennon, Bertha 27 Gotham, Raymond E. 18 Harrer, Alf W. 29, 129 Harris, Albert E. 29. 138 Haug, Lena 29 Isaacson, Pauline 29 Jenkins, Warren 18 Jensen, Myrtle 31, 64 Jones, Jean 58 Kampenga, Dorothy 31 Kampcnga, Nelis 31 Kellogg, Lulu 31, 63 Kellogg, Vivian 33 Kerst, Marjorie 33, 63 Keyscr. Jessicmae 33, 104 Knutzen, Norman 33, 72, 78 Kroner, Peter A. 36, 72 Lewis, Robert S. 36, 63 Lyness, Arthur S. 36, 93 Marpie, Hugo 37, 68, 80,82, 83 Mason, Syble 37 Meshak, Jean 58 Morrison, Clifford 37, 86 Moser, Miriam 37 Neuberger, Mary 58 Nixon, O. F. 38 Otte, Lorraine 42, 66 Pfiffncr, Elizabeth 19 Pierce, Burton 38 Pierson, Edgar 38 Punke, Virginia 39, 67 Quandt, Hale 39, 117, 123 Ravey, Phyllis 39, 64 Reilly, Patricia 39, 68. 79 Reppen, Nels 40 Rightsell, Raymond 18 Ritchie, Margaret 40 Roach, May 40, 67, 134 Roberts, John 19, 114, 118, 120, 126, 131 Rolfson, Carolyn 58 Runke, Henry 41 Schmeeckle, Fred 41 Smith, Mary Elizabeth 41, 64 Specht, Raymond 41, 64 Steiner, Herbert 17, 42 Swallow, Marie 58 Sylvester, Walter 42 Thomson, Mrs. John 42 Trytten, Roland 42, 91 Van Arsdale, Gladys 42 Wicvel, Bernard 42, 109 Williams, Mildrede 42 Wilson, Emily 42 Winkler, Cecilia 42, 67 Wojciehoski, Grace 58 STUDENTS Abler, Norman 57 Adams, Alvina 57, 66, 91 Adams, Harlan 44, 60, 102, 131 Adams, Roger 56, 80, 83, 86 Albers. Joyce 62, 65. 67, 99 Albers, Thomas 70 Albert, Gerald 57. 126 Albrecht, Arnold 44 Alderton, Victoria 44, 67, 97 Alf. Phyllis 57, 88 Allen, Alice Jean 36. 63. 64. 84. 86. 89. 108 Alien, Dorothy 7, 68 Ambrosius, Mary Lou 44, 67, 92 Amburgy, John 36, 65. 99. 102, 117, 122, 123, 124, 125, 132 Andersen, James 44, 68, 80, 110, 114 Anderson, Grace 36, 67. 80, 81 Anderson, Lewis 36 Anderson, Louise 56 Anderson, Morris 36 Anderson, Treiva 44, 65, 79, 93, 94. 104 Arnett, Eugene 20 Aschbrenner, Marlene 56, 67, 86 Asdigian, Katherine 57, 67 Ascnbrenner, Eleanor 44. 63, 67, 92 Attoc, Alson 110, 126 Atwell, William 56, 77 Aumann, Walter 56, 92, % Axtcll, Rosemary 36, 65, 66, 104 Babcock, Gordon 122 Bab], Jeanne 44. 63. 89. 97 Bacher, William 72 Baehler, Janice 56, 91 Bahr, Nadine 64 Bartels. Lois 57, 63, 67. 86 Bartelt, Mary 9. 65. 71. 88, 93. 108 Barton. William 70 Bartz, David 110 Bassuener, Donna 56, 66 Bates, Kenneth 57 Baumann, Delores 66, 91 Beamish, Janette 44, 64 Beamish, Muriel 44 Beaver, Alberta 75 Bcchard, Richard 70 Becker. Carol Ann 7, 44, 91 Becker, George 44, 71, 93 Beckwith, Evon 44, 64, 86. 87. 92, 94, 100 Beebe, Karen 93 Behl, Betty 44, 79, 84, 88, 141 Behrendt, David 44, 75, 79. 80. 114 Behrens, Daniel 57 Bennett, Tom 56 Benson, Marilyn 57 Berg, Dale 56 Bcrgelin, Janet 64. 86, 89. 100. 101 Beyerstcdt, Geraldine 67 Bird, Janet 65. 80. 82. 100 Bird, Nancy 36 Blaskcy, Germaine 65, 67, 71 Blaskowsky, Audrey 44. 66 Bloczynski, Mary Louise 69, 77, 86, 104 Blomilcy, Bcnita 65, 82, 99, 100, 139 Bloom. Diana 36. 64. 69. 94, 108 Bloom, Sandra 56 Bochcr, Iris Ann 57 Boettcher, Carl 44. 91. 110 Boettcher, Peter 56 Bogstcd. Lois 36, 63, 67. 91 Bohanski. Edmund 66 Bohler, Donald 56 Bohm, Frederick, 44, 72, 75, 91 Bolander, Margaret 67. 91. 93 Boldig, James 56 Boldig. Jerry 112, 132 Bonack, Phyllis 56, 64 Borchardt, Marlene 57, 67 Borchardt, Ruth 44 Borg. Dale 36, 63. 76. 106 Borja, Felisa 65, 69, 84, 108 Borlcc, CcCelia 57. 63, 67. 92. 101. 109 Bourcicr, Jane 56 Bourn, Ncrita 57, 66 Bovcc. Helen 45. 64. 82. 83 Boyne. John 2, 9, 113, 114, 119 Braatz, Mary 57, 72, 76, 84 Brad way, Kenneth 11, 65 Braun, Albert 64, 75, 76, 94, 110 Braun, Rosella 56, 65, 79, 143 Brendel, Shirley 57 Breymann, Ema Lou 65, 67, 93, 94, 108, 109 Bricco, Virginia 67, 84, 108 Briscoe. Lyle 112 Brocker. Frank 63, 65, 69. 75, 76. 91, 106 Brocldcy, Tom 118, 128, 132 Brockmann, David 119 Brody, Chloe 66. 104 Broetzman, JoAnn 67, 100, 101 Brooks, Lawrence 44 Brost, Norbert 56 Bruss, Gerald 57 Bryan, Faith 57, 66, 75, 81. 83. 88. 92 Buckaklian, Helen 57, 64 Buchholz, David 56 Buckoski, Howard 45, 60, 102 Buggs, Charlotte 56. 89 Buggs, Myra 65, 87 Bukolt, James 56, 76, 86. 92 Burant, Donald 63 Burkett. Jean 56, 64, 80. 93. 94 Burt, Joyce 45, 66. 79, 92 Buska, Joann 57 Buss, Wayne 57, 70 Busse, Lois, 56, 89 Butler. David 93 Casper, Robert 131 Cayo, Dean 119, 121, 132 Chadwick. Patricia 57 Charlcsworth, John 10, 57, 86. 92. 119, 121 132, 138 Charlcsworth. Ruth Ann 64, 68. 72, 79. 98. 108, 138 Check. Ralph 56 Chcrncy, Arlene 66 Chcmey, Katherine 57, 72, 89 Chesebro, Donald 45, 68. 81. 83, 102. 114 Chey, Jong Hyon 93 Christ, Margaret 45, 64 Christiansen. Colleen 57, 72, 91, 97 Christoffersen, Donald 36, 71, 131 Chvala, Thomas 57, 119, 122 Clark, Nance 57, 94, 109 Clawson, EvaLou 9, 56 Clayton, Judity 65, 69, 92. 100, 113, 148 Cliver, Robert 45, 87, 110 Coburn, Barbara 57, 65, 84Cole. Phillip 57. 119, 122, 128, 132 Collins, Bill 63 Collins, Grace 64, 79, 92. 108 Collins, Larry 36. 63, 128, 132 Cook, Lawrence 78 Cook. Ray 63, 65, 70, 78, 86, 142 Coon, Nancy 56, 67, 83, 93 Court, Nancy 8, 9, 64. 68, 81, 82, 93, 108 Cram, Luclla 68, 108, 109 Creed, William 70 Crook, Jack 36, 94, 95, 114, 119, 132 Crosby, Carol 36, 64, 86, 89, 100 Cuff, Dorothy 57, 64, 93, 98 Curtis, Elbridge 70, 78, 139 Curtis, Hugh 78, 110, 140 Dakins, Lyle 77 Dallman, Elaine 54, 75, 76 Dalton, Gordon 64, 69 Damro, Richard 56 Danback, James 54, 67, 78, 87 Daniel, Jo 36, 86, 92, 99, 108 Danko, Alan 57, 70. 128, 129 Davis, Thomas 57. 71. 76. 77, 131 Dicck, Dennis 47, 78 Dill, Marjorie 9 DiltcnburK. Ruth 57, 66 Diver, Beverly 49, 97 Dokkcn, Ronald 56, 128 Domack, Sylvia 57 Doro, Marie 64, 82. 83. 98. 100, 133 Doro, Nancy 57 Doudna, Lonnie 72, 78, 80, 83, 102 Drake, Jerome 49, 128 Defcinski, Paul 56, 128 Drexler, Virjean 65, 84, 86, 88, 94 Driscoll, Bonnie 36, 63, 64, 84, 94, 100 Druckrey, William 56 Due, Alton 91, 130, 132 Dunigan, James 56 Dupuis, Joan 56, 64, 79 Durant, William 36 Dutton, David 45, 78 Dutton, John 57 Ebel, Gerald 112 Eggert, Patricia 56, 67 Eide, Ellen 64, 72, 75, 94, 108 Edvall, Bonnie 37 Elder, John 72. 106 Ellinger, Fae 45, 66, 94. 133 Emmel, Sally 56 Engebretsen, Gloria 45, 72. 79. 89, 94, 100 Engel, William 110 Erickson, Harold 57 Erickson, Oralee 45, 66, 92 Eskritt, Elaine 45, 65, 89, 91, 108, 109 Exner, Robert 56 Fabich, Carole 37, 65, 66, 104 Fairbaim, Bruce 56 Falk, Betty 37. 64, 91. 94. 100, 101 Farrell, Jeremiah 49 Farrell, Michael 102 Farrell, Thomas 102 Farris. Mark 6, 37, 65, 96, 110, 111, 143 Faust, Gordon 8,9, 118 Feldman, Arthur 45, 72, 102 Finch, Jack 57 Firgcns, Cyril 78, 110 Fischer, Duane 118 Fischer, Gwen 65, 101 Flcig, James 5, 56, 72, 118, 143 Foltz, Benjamin 66, 76, 77, 94 Forth, Charlotte 64, 108 Forth, Leona 64, 94, 98, 108, 109 Fox. Donald 56, 91, 129, 131 Frenzel, Wcndelin 37, 69, 76, 78. 84, 86. 94, 99, 109, 110, 145 Friday, Donald 56 Frisch, Jack 16, 37, 65, 87, 110 Frizzell, William 57 Fuller, Jeanette 56, 91 Gage. Catherine 56, 63 Galcckc, David 56, 119, 120, 128 Gamroth, Dave 56 Garfield, Gloria 37, 65. 93 Gatzke, Jean 66 Gavhart, Nancy 45, 66, 94, 104 Gaylord. Lenore 37, 84, 99, 104, 145 Gcnsmcr, Charles 83 Gcrbyshak, Audrey 66 Gerhard. Marjorie 63, 84, 87, 113, 143, 148 Gemer, Dorothy 64, 98, 99, 104 Getchell, Jean 45, 64. 79, 91. 94, 108. 138 Gierszewski, Myron 67 Gies, Betty 45, 92 Giese, Patricia 64, 68, 92, 100 Gilbert. Clco 64. 79. 86. 99. 100, 141 Glascl, Lee 65, 68. 69, 80. 83. 114 Glodowski, Conrad 70 Glodowski, Eugene 47, 56 Glover, Eugene 56, 95 Goehring. Joan 47, 64, 93 Goetz, James 102, 103 Goldsmith, Richard 54, 57, 87 Gollon, Anthony 47, 72 Golomski, Arlene 37, 71. 76. 86. 108. 138 Cosbee, John 70, 75, 76. 106 Gosh, Harold 57 Gosh, James 71 Grasamkee, Edward 56 Graves, Frederic 71 Greehling, Gark 56, 87 Grcehling, Neil 56, 87 Green, John 112 Greeneway, Philip 51 Greisinger, Ray 57, 80 Grobe, Louis 56 Grosskopf, Quinten 37, 65, 96 Grottke, Wanda 47, 91 Grotzke, Nona 57 Grow. Earl 37, 84, 99, 110, 130, 143 Crubba. Marlene 5. 72. 89, 133 Guell, Kathleen 7. 38. 65. 66. 71. 75. 76. 77. 83, 100 Guldan, John 56, 78, 126 Gustin, Donald 71 Gyldenvand, Lualyn 45 Haas. Richard 51. 95, 110, 128 Haasl, Alice 57 Hackbart, Roy 6. 70. 78. 110, 114, 119, 132, 139 Hackman. Gair 47, 87 Haefner. Robert 122, 123, 125, 144 Hager, Nancy 57, 72, 81. 84. 91. 101, 133, 135 Hagstrom. Caroline 57, 64, 93 Hahn, Bernice 38, 61. 65. 88 Hajenga, Jerome 71 Hales, Jerome 38 Hall, Richard 65 Halverson, Roy 11, 47, 84, 139 Hammersmith, George 38. 63, 78, 84, 91 Hanke, Marlene 57 Hanncmann, Joyce 56, 63, 64 Hansen, Carol 46, 67 Hansen, Frank 54 Hansen, Richard 54, 78 Hanson, George 56, 122 Hanson, Sylvia 56. 66. 83 Hedberg, Nancy 46. 108 Hcffeman, Nancy 56 Heintz, Judith 46, 64, 94, 104, 105 Hclbach, Hazel 38 Hcllstrom, Carl 54. 67, 78. 87 Helms, Tom 56 Hcnchcn, David 56 Hensler, Robert 57, 70 Hermann, Valarie 57, 65, 79 Herrmann, Donald 60, 119, 120 Heucr, Marilyn 57. 64, 79. 93 Hiller, Alice 67 Hodell. Robert 64, 91 Hocft. Doris 57, 67, 91 Hocft, Phyllis 64, 68 Hoffman, Betty 50, 67 Hofman, Dolores 50, 64 Hohcnstein, Jean 56 Hokanson, Philip 38 Holicky, Kathleen 38, 65, 66, 100 Holstein, Elizabeth 46, 84, 100 Holt, Carol 13, 63. 93. 100 Holtcbcck, Sandra 56 Hopkins, James 50, 84. 112, 140 Hoppe, Alvina 55, 67 Hoppe, Mary Ann 56. 64. 140 Howard, Melvin 57 Howarth, Charles 57 Howe, Deri 77 Hubcrty, Carl 6, 38, 65. 71. 84. 110, 122, 128, 13? Hubley, Frederic 112, 140 Hucttl, Beulah 64, 94, 98, 108 Hughes, Benjamin 9, 112 Hurlbut, Betty 57 Hurlbut, Dave 114, 119, 126, 132 Hurlbut, Kenneth 13. 71. 114, 118, 121, 126 Hurrish, Gene 92, 110 Hutchings, Shirley 38 Hutter, Irvin 38, 70. 78. 112 Isherwood, Patricia 38 Ives. Lovell 68. 80. 83. 99, 102 Jablonskc, William 72. 73, 92. 94. 142 Jackson, David 56, 70 Janz, Ronald 56 Jeckle, Joan 56, 67, 92, 101, 109 Jeffery, Richard 57, 70 Jensen, Virginia 66, 72 Jersey, Dave 38, 84, 126, 128. 130, 132 Jeske, Ted 74, 130 Johnson, Bradley 56. 91 Johnson, Fred 119 Johnson, Jacqueline 57, 66, 81 Johnson, Janice 56 Johnson, Judy 49, 66, 133 Johnson, Mina 50, 67 Johnson, Rodney 126, 128 Johnson, Sue Rac 56. 65, 79, 93, 94 Jones, John 56 Jorgensen, Darlene 38. 67, 72. 75, 87 Junio, Jack 56 Jurgcnsen, Jerry 56 Kabat, Charlene 64, 79, 92, 108 Kalies, Norman 56 Kalke, Jack 55, 57 Kalmon, Allen 38, 72 Karau, Melvin 70, 96, 102 Karman, Lawrence 57, 118 Karsscboom, Robert 87 Kelley, Constance 50 Kelley, Patricia 54, 89 Kellogg, Charles 63 Kellogg. Donald 57Kiefer. Margaret 50. 63, 92, 104, 105 Kijck, Evelyn 50. 76. 97 Kimla. John 56, 70 Kittelson, Roger 57 Kizewski. Henrietta 67 Klein, Margaret 57 Klimowitz, Shirley 49, 89, 100 Kluck, John 57 Klug. Audrey 56, 64 Kmiotek, Edward 65, 68. 81 Knackstcdt, George 56. 118, 130 Knight, Gerald 71 Knokc, Don 50. 128 Knop. Phyllis 38. 65, 66. 91, 94 Knuth. Louis 38. 65, 102, 103, 119, 132 Koch. Frances 64, 99. 104 Koderl, Tom 56 Koehn, Lewis 50, 110 Koepke. Orville 45. 102, 103, 122. 125, 132, 134 Kohlman, Jane 55, 75, 76 Koller, Mary Jane 65. 88 Kolstad, Arlene 72 Konopacky. John 50, 70 Koppa, Lavernc 55 Koroghlanian, Harry 39 Kosmicki, James 50 Kostuck. Rosemary 55 Krasny, Donald 55 Kreidler, Rosemary 50, 65, 87, 94. 104 Krieck. William 55. 78. 92, 119 Kritz, Kenneth 62. 65. 75. 76. 86. 110, 138 Kryshak, Gregory 131 Kubisiak, Harold 55 Kubisiak, Ronald 70 Kuranda, Christine 55, 66 Kuranowicz, Richard 55, 118, 121 Kusta, Ramona 55 Kusta, Ronald 54 La Belle, Hilary 55. 119 LaBrot. Robert 54, 72, 78, 80. 81. 145 Lacina. William 39, 70, 102, 103 LaLeikc. Phil 69. 106, 107 LaMarchc, Gerald 39, 63 Lampe, Donna 54, 94 Lange. Arden 54, 91 Langfeldt, Joann 47, 88. 94 Langfeldt, Lois 65, 81. 83, 108, 109 Larson, Joyce 55, 66 Larson. Ronald 39, 110 Lasecke, Donald 55 Lee, Rosalyn 54, 66, 93 Lee. Syng AJ 54. 79, 94 Lees. Donna 55. 80. 82, 83. 92. 94 Lehman. Mary 63, 104 Lehmann. Gladys 7, 69. 76. 91. 108 LeMere. Marlene 39. 65, 88. 104 Lenius, Arnold 63. 65. 78. 84. 86. 91. 94. 110, 111, 141 Leonard, Catherine 50 Lepinski, Rita 50, 64, 79 Lewis, John 54. 93, 130 Liberty. Lawercnce 55 Lightfuss, Dale 49, 78 Lindberg, David 39 Lindholm, Robert 63, 75, 99, 110 Lindquist. Thomas 54 Lindsay, MaryLouise 54. 65 Linzmeier, Leonard 55 Lippe. Dorothy 50, 67 Little. Nancy 55. 63. 93 Lofds, Patricia 54, 147 Loomans, Dale 51, 80, 83 Loomis, Clayton 54 Lord. Ada 11. 39, 65. 69 Lovelace, Ron 55 Lucas. Mary Agnes 50. 65, 104, 105 Ludeman, Lester 119 Luebbcn. Harvey 102, 103 Luebke, Donald 126 Lucdtkc, Audrey 55, 80, 81. 91 Luhring, Inga 54, 66, 76. 91 Lukowicz, Phillip 45 Lund, John 55 Lund. Mary 50 Maahs, Marjorie 54, 66 Maas. Ralph 54, 87 Madison. Janet 50. 64. 79. 88. 95, 98. 104 Madison. Jerry 50. 77. 87, 106 Malick, Patricia 65, 69, 76 Mallek. Jerome 54, 80 Mansour, Nabeel 39, 65 Manthey, Mary 55, 65 Marko, James 87, 122, 124 Marsh, Roland 78, 83. 110 Martell, David 70, 87. 92, 131 Martens, June 50, 72, 104 Martens, Nona 55 Martin, DcWaync 44. 75. 80. 106 Martin, Harriet 47 Massey, Paul 128 Matthews, William 55 Matzner, David 69 Maynard, Susan 39. 63. 81. 88. 104. 105 McArthur. Maureen 55, 64 McCarthy. David 110 McCauley, Merle 93, 126 McCauley, Robert 54, 71, 83 McClone, Joan 47, 67, 85, 100 McCoy, Thomas 50 McDonald, Kay 54 McLees, Delores 63, 104 McLlarky, Terrance 55, 126 McMahon, Terry 39, 126 Meicher, Patricia 66 Miller. Dacia 79 Miller, Harold 39, 65 Miller. James 128. 132 Miller, Jerome 54 Miller, Raymond 54 Miller, Sally 7, 47. 72. 76. 79 Monroe. Suzanne 92 Monson, Nano1 47, 66, 79. 86. 93 Moran, Thomas 47 Morgan. Dean 55, 70 Moss, Doris 40, 64, 89, 108. 109 Mrochck. John 110 Muck, Suzanne 54. 64. 80 Mueller. Claire 7, 65. 69. 79. 83. 91. 94. 108 Mueller. Gene 83, 87 Mueller, Leo 9. 63. 87. 110 Mularkey, Carol 89 Munderloh, Jerome 40 Murdock. Luella 54, 67, 80 Neale, Joan 47, 65, 92 Ncinas, Charles 40, 75, 77, 84, 112 Nelson, Carol 54, 64, 82, 93 Nelson, Elaine 54, 66. 92 Nelson. Neita 7, 47. 79. 83. 94. 108 Ness, Rosemarie 54 Netzel, Robert 130 Netzel, Roberta 47, 67, 100, 145 Neumann. Earl 55, 67 Newell. Duane 55 Newkirk, Robert 55 Nice, Donald 6, 47, 110, 119, 132 Nomady, Janice 65 Noonan. Eugene 2. 9, 45. 112. 114. 119 Nordlund, Carolyn 55 Noreika, Michael 64, 71, 92, 106 Nottleman, Janis 55, 63, 81, 91 Nowak, Joanne 40, 71, 88 Nuhlicck, Allen 54, 92 Oelke, Shirley, 67, 86. 91 Olson, Arwyn 47, 67 Olson. Carter 40, 65, 99, 106 Olson, Judith 83 Olson, Ken 54. 122 Oyer, Emily 54, 65, 76, 77, 94 Page. Donald 40. 102, 103, 145 Paiscr, Dolores 47, 108 Papenfuss, Mabel 69, 145 Parks, Ramon 55 Parmelee, Doync 40. 71, 72. 99. 106 Patterson, James 46, 110 Paulsen. Evelyn 54 Peabody, Ray 70. 71, 120 Pease, Joe 54, 118 Pease, Terry 9, 40. 65, 93, 128, 132 Pchlkc, Judith 55, 66, 79 Pcrner, Albert 54, 81, 83 Peskie, Don 86 Pesko. Albert 128 Petersen, Howard 46 Peterson, Betty 46, 64 Peterson. Mary 55, 64, 91 Peterson, Nancy 46, 109 Pichl, Marilyn 55, 64 Picper, Audrey 46, 67, 94 Pierce, Larry 40, 84 Pierson, James 54 Piper, Don 112 Plenke, John 46, 110 Plumb. Homer 40. 64. 77, 84. 95, 110 Polzin, Rosemary 65, 71 Pomerening. Faith 40, 64. 67. 71, 94 Porter, Daphne 52, 63. 104 Porter, Ronald 55. 129 Potter, Ralph 128 Pradt, Robert 87 Prielipp, Bob 55, 72 Prohaska, Edward 40. 102, 103 Przekurat, Eugene 106, 107 Purcell, Richard 128 Purchatzke, LcRoy 64, 71, 95, 110 Puwalowski. Mary Ann 52 Radinger, Charles 55, 83 Rasmussen. Vcm 55 Razner. Robert 128 Reading. Patricia 55 Redfield, Mary 54 Reed, Robert 40. 65. 68, 80. 83, 99. 102 Reetz, Alvin 54 Riech, Elizabeth 54, 66 Reincking, Eldora 65, 66, 104 Rice, Jerome 54 Richards, James 6, 52. 78. 98. 122. 123. 124. Richter, Dorothy 52, 66 Rickfort, Phyllis 65. 66. 94. 108 Rietz, Carol 55 Riley, James 71 Rinzel, Anthony 46 Roeske, Jeanne 7, 52, 65, 79. 94 Rohlf, Anne 54. 65. 92 Roloff, Kenneth 114, 119, 128. 132 Roman, Francis 118, 132 Roman. George 52. 119, 132 Romanski, Mary 54, 75. 82Roschc, Kenneth 55, 91, 126 Row. Sally 40. 63, 84. 94. 98. 100 Rosin, Ida 54. 94 Ross, John 54 Rostal, Eleanor 55. 81. 92, 133 Roth, Patricia 54, 64. 80. 81. 91 Rucinski, Joseph 67 Rucinski, Rose Marie 52. 67 Ruder, Carol 52 Ruediger, Bessie 55, 66 Ruhsam. William 40. 64. 71. 76. 110, 128. 129. 132 Rusch, Joanne 54, 66 Rustad, Betty 48, 97 Rutkowski, Arlene 67 Salter, Wayne 68, 81, 82, 83 Sanford, Charlene 54, 64. 79. 93 Sanks, Donna 54 Sands, Carole 54 Sattlcr, Jacqueline 49, 66, 94 Sawyer, Dorothy 40 Sazama, John 45 Schadcwald, Paul 54. 122. 135 Schalinskc, Edward 55 Scharcnberg, Edward 47 Schecl, Gerald 131 Schcclk, Joyce 40, 65, 104 Schcidcggcr, Janice 48, 64 Schein, Jerry 131 Schellin, Janus 41, 64, 67, 99, 104 Schicb, Eileen 41, 64. 89. 100. 101 Schielkc, Marjorie 41 Schimkc, Darlene 48, 92, 98, 108, 138 Schlack, Helen 48, 64, 82. 83, 94. 98. 108 Schlottman, Joyce 55, 82, 98 Schlottman, Lois 41. 58. 69. 71. 82. 86. 92. 94, 108. 109 Schmahl. Marjorie 7, 48. 68. 82. 83. 108 Schmidt, Archie 48, 110. 128, 129 Schmidt. Wayne (Wis. Rapids) 55, 81, 87 Schmidt, Wayne (Shawano) 119, 132 Schmirlcr, Carol 55, 67, 81, 82 Schmokcr, Goldcne 48, 65, 93 Schoch. William 48 Schocn, Jerome 128 Schocpke, Dale 55, 67 Schommcr, Lambert 41, 71, 72, 99. 106 Schram, Eleanor 67, 104 Schroeder. Janice 64, 67, 69, 108 Schroedcr, Lois 41, 65, 66 Schroeder, Richard 55, 80. 81 Schultz, James 119. 128 Schultz. Jane 12. 69, 86. 94. 99, 108 Schultz, Patricia 41, 63, 65, 85, 94 Schulz. Grace 7. 41. 63. 79. 81. 83. 91. 97 Schumacher Harold 65, 106 Schwab. Phyllis 48, 65, 94 Scribner, Patricia 7, 45. 81, 84 Scarlcs, Robert 48 Seavey, Thomas 55 Sccburgcr. George 48, 110 Seibel, Bruce 118. 120 Seif. Caryl 54. 79. 94, 97. 109 Seif, Diane 69. 86. 94. 99. 108. 109 Seitz, Allan 55 Sergenian, Ara 64, 84, 93, 110 Sheets, Shirley 64, 108 Shiels, Patrick 55 Shuda, Alex 55, 95 Silverman, David 69, 75, 99, 102 Simonson, Eleanor 46, 67 Site), Patricia 65 Siudzinski, Donna 51, 66 Skalitzky, Nancy 54, 66 Skalski, Marcella 51, 98, 108, 115. 142 Skibicki, Sam 41 Sluis, Ralph 15, 69, 110 Smith, Donald 41, 65. 68, 80, 83. 97 Smith, Geraldine 55 Smith, Harold 65. 71, 76, 126, 128, 129. 132 Smith, John (Chippewa Falls) 64, 112, 119 Smith, John (Waupaca) 54, 72, 83, 91 Smith. Marguerite 66, 88, 93, 115, 133 Smith. Mary Ann 7. 13. 65. 68. 79, 93. 108 Smith, Stanley 112 Solbcrg. Ruth 55, 75, 91 Sonnentag, Melvin 6, 51, 128 Spencer, Joyce 55, 67 Spiegel, Jerome 54 Spiegel, John 51 Spindler, Dave 64, 78, 102 Spindler, Richard 55, 92. 119, 126 Spranger, Valerie 55 Sroda, Patricia 51, 88, 94 Stackc, Wanda 55, 66 Stanislawski, Lorraine 67 Stanley, Ixe 130 Stark, David 55, 131 Stasek, Gilbert 64 Stasek, Paul 119 Stasko, James 41, 69, 75 Steen, Charlotte 51 Steffen, Harvey 63 Steiner, Alice 65 Stcinkamp, William 51, 80, 81, 102, 130 Stcphanck, Fredrick 64, 77, 80, 81, 83, 97 Stem, Lanore 63, 94 Stewart, Kenton 65, 78 Stochr, Constance 54 Stoehr, Keith 42, 110 Stoleson, Anne Marie 66. 84, 104 Strachc, James 54 Strasser, Richard 106 Stratton, Larry 64 Strebe, Marlene 51, 88, 92 Stroik, Raymond 87, 106 Stuckey, George 50 Stuebcr, Jerome 51 Stuibcr, David 112, 119 Strukol, Lily 63. 91 Suckow, Gloria 64. 68, 82. 83. 93. 108 Sudinski, Barbara 54 Suchring, Jeanette 63, 76, 97 Suhs, Paul II. 51. 83, 110 Sullivan, Vernita 54, 67 Summerfelt, Robert 51, 110 Swendrzynski, Mildred 42. 65, 71 Temple, Shirley 55, 67 Tcrhunc, Patricia 54 Teska, Patricia 54, 66 Thimkc. Joan 63. 100 Thomas. Ronald 51 Thompson, Delores 64, 79, 86. 100, 101 Thompson, Grace 54, 63, 91 Thurston, Janice 65, 66, 104, 105 Thurston, Joyce 42, 100, 101 Timm, Gerald 55 Tocppcr, Donna 83 Tokarski, Genevieve 42, 64 Tomfohrde, Verna 49, 66, 92, 94 Towns, Clyde 49 Trebatoski, Anthony 54 Trickcy, Donna 51, 108, 109 Tuszka. Richard 70. 122. 123, 124, 125 Tylinski, Virginia 66 Tylkc. Larry Unticdt, Joanne 67, 79, 97 Uttcrmark, Mary Lou 49, 66 Vance, Gerald 121, 122. J 32 VanVurcn, Carol 55. 64. 92 Varney, Janet 49 Vaughn, Roberta 42. 64, 100. 101 Voclkncr, Erwin 72 Voelkner, Rudolph 42. 64 Voclkncr, Virginia 11. 54 Voight, Rosella 87 Wade, Lee 114 Wagner, Donna 54, 66 Walbruck 49, 65, 87 Walker, Harry 55. 78, 118, 120 Walker. Martha 54, 83. 93 Wampler, Ronald 82 Wanic, Richard 55 Ware, Harlan 122 Ware, Marilyn 49, 64 Wasscrman, Kenneth 42, 65, 84, 130. 132 Waterman, Connie 42 Wavrunck, James 55 Way, Robert 65, 84 Weaver, Ellis 42. 78, 110 Weaver, Joel 9, 87, 115 Weber, Corinne 47, 65, 93, 94. 108 Weber. Eugene 42. 71, 94. 110, 138 Weber, Joanne 49. 66. 92. 94 Wcinmann, Elizabeth 55 Weir, George 49, 126 Weisbrot, Anne 42, 66, 108 Weller, Robert 42 Wenzel. BUI 45, 119, 126 Wenzel, Edward 92, 110 Wcstphal. Eugene 54, 77 Wetzel, David 55 Whiteside, Donald 54 Whitford, Joan 42 Wickc, William 63, 78, 134 Wieman, Carl 65, 102, 103, 114, 118. 131 Willncr, James 55, 80, 83 Wilson, Donald 55, 70 Wilson, Lloyd 87 Wipfli, Jon 55 Wirkus, Thomas 64. 75. 80, 83, 109, 110, 114 Witte. Donna 7, 52. 67, 79, 81 Wochlert Betty 52. 64. 79. 86. 93. 97. 108. 138 Wohlbier, Carl 112 Wolding. Duane 55 Wolff, Gene 55 Woltcr, Carol 91 Woock, Gene 55, 70 Worlund, Roger 55 Wyman, Robert 42. 70. 93. 94. 95 Wysocki, Rosemary 52. 79 Young, Nancy 52, 67 Young, Roland 93, 94, 110 Zamzovv, Darlene 52, 66, 104 Zei. Paul 52. 60. 76, 77, 78, 138 Zcng. Walter 52 Zcntner, Sharon 52. 100. 113 Zcrncke, Ellen 100 Zimmerman, Dave 84, 94 Zimmcrmann. Virginia 54, 64. 91 152


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