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' THROUGH THE LENS AT CENTRAL STATE Stevens Point, Wis.Raymond Specht, big man, big smile, big heart, was Iris photography advisor for three years. Little did we know what this job involved until Mr. Specht took a year’s leave of absence from Central State to work on his doctorate degree and the Iris photography staff was left to tackle the job. So it's THANKS "through the lens at Central State” to a man who was always "behind the lens" of past yearbooks. BEHINDm i Entering photography contests has been a successful pastime lor this trophy winner. His membership in various photography clubs provides the relaxation that must come after a hard day at the "maps". "W i Mf L- r sr As geography instructor, Mr. Spccht created much interest among the students in this lield. He has planned and guided die crosscountry trips offered every year during summer school. TRACESo "A camera never lies”, so che saying goes, and in this year's IRIS you will get a glimpse of CSC "through the camera lens.” Reminiscing after a year filled with various activities is enjoyable to all and with thanks to our camera diere will always remain vivid memories of happy college days. Remember the first day of school, rushing parties, teas, football and basketball games, formals, the ivy-covered administration building, the prof who gave you the "A” — and the prof who handed out that undeserved ”D”? And finally, remember graduation day with all its solemness? As the pages of this IRIS are flipped over, the by-gone year at Central State College will be relived "through the camera lens.” Editor-in-Chief .... Nancy Hager Business Manager .... Ted Jeske General Advisor Frederick Kremple Photography Advisor T. K. Chang1957 - ANOTHER YEAR? 1957 — another year — another Iris — another senior class graduating from Central State in June — anodier freshman class coming in September to replace those who graduated! Is that what it is? Or is it a new and golden opportunity for each of us — an opportunity to be welcomed, explored and used in full measure — for it will never return in its present form. So it should mean a great Iris. It should mean seniors going out to teach or to do some other work — performing so well that their accomplishments will reflect credit on themselves, on their college, their families, and their communities. It should mean freshman students entering, determined to make a college record that will be a credit to them, to their high schools, to their families. Just another year - or a golden opportunity? What makes the difference? Ability? Hardly! We all have ability in varied forms and degrees. Desire makes the difference. The opportunity exists only if we have the desire to avail ourselves of it. We achieve little that’s worth-while in life without real desire to achieve. Wm. C. Hansen PresidentGordon Haferbecker Dean of Administrations Chairman of the Administration Committee, Chairman of the On Campus Public Relations Committee. Norton E. Masterson Hardware Mutuals-Member at large for State Super-board. Wilson S. Delzell Delzell Oil Company Member of the Coordinating Committee of the University and State College Regents.Itkinson. S. «► ahlilclt. B. Baer. It. FRESHMAN CLASS Assumes Many Roles During Homecoming Frenzy When the freshmen entered school in September, teas, dances, and assemblies kept them socially busy for the first weeks. Then came a sudden lag in activities when they realized that the upper classmen had more to do than entertain them for the year. Wondering if they would ever feel the hustle and bustle that had now overcome so many “old-timers”, they were suddenly surrounded with Homecoming activities. They were now a part of the "mad rush”. Between preparations for floats and the gathering pf junk for the bon fire, they somehow found time to vote for the girl they wanted for queen. When it was all over, there were neglected assignments and make up tests that needed attention. Wondering if Thanksgiving vacation would ever come, they settled back, trying to ignore the hustle and bustle of the upper-classmen, and sighed, “It’ll be different next year”! Bessette. D. Batlweg, D. 1iannach, B. iannach. M. Baldwin. S. Officers: President: Steve Flaherty Pice President: Nancy Weisner Secretary: Judy Cepek Treasurer: Barbara Zimmerman Student Council Rep.: Lillie Brown Rarrone. N. Beaulieu, P. Beer, B. Behnke, S. T1 Bemke. A. Bembenek. I'. Belling. H.(' it Rraem, R rasksma. G. wJ t rede. J. I r oxen, L. I Rrulin. W. Bruner, B. Bradway, A. Boyer, J. B°g - R Boers. Bloom. R. Blake. T. It was so thrilling entering college. Burant, T. Carney, J. Casanova. D. Casberg. K. Caskey, W'. Christensen, R. I Mt Cepek, J. Cau k ins. R Cassidy. P.1956 HOMECOMING Rated A SuccessElizabeth Pfiffner Dean of Women Intersorority and CWA advisor, Secretary-treasurer of the May Roach Student Fund, Chairman of the Calendar Committee. Warren Jenkins Dean of Letters and Science Member of the Recommendations and Placements Committee and the Student Scholarships Committee, advisor to Alpha Bela Rho. John Roberts Dean of Men Director of Student Housing Committee, Interfraternity and S-Club advisor, Coach. Raymond Rightsell Director of Secondary Education Chairman of the Physics Department, Sigma Phi Epsilon and VGOP advisor. Raymond Gotham Director of Teacher Education and Placement Chairman of the Public Relations Committee and the Recommendations and Placement Committee.Dahlke It. My room at the dorm was now my home. Eis, E. Dustin, K. Dorn, N. Doyle, M. rs Draeger, K. Dreger J. Duda. J- Dunbar, J. Dunn, R.L ' Fabisiak. D i Feltz. R. Fiedler, I,. i went to a couple sorority teas. Very nice! Gardner, David Gardner, Dale Gallion, B. Frei, G. Flaherty, S. Flaherty. T. Fox. D. Frank!and. J. Fran ike. D.Gibson. J. Godlrski, E. M Gollnick. H. I£, JU Gordon. M. Green. J. Gibbs, B. • V Genett. D. Geimer. Z. Gehrke. Gburek. D. Gauerke. J. Harrington K Haferbecker Gullikson. Cmderson. L. Hatton. R. Hermsen, R. Holubetz, D. iintz, C. Holman, D. lipke. C. Hirsch, B, Honour. C. Hoekstra, R. Hoe wise It. W. Hof I man, J. Hoganson, J. mm j iLii Johnson. M. A Johnston. T. Jones, T. I even studied! Kinnunen, K Kiefert. J. Karier. B» Karp, D. Kaualske. R Kernsten, L Kawleski, V.Kobishop. C. Konkol, X. ft Kostrzak. R. ;; Lehman, D Kubisiak, J. Kudla. J. LaMcre, D.Loomis, J. Loft is, M. Liebl, M. Liebert. L. Leyda, A. Lewis, G. Lewis, C. Mehlbrech, r. McCarthy. S. Magnin, J. Manthey, D Marinack, M. itilm Marlin, D. Mauel, D. Matney, M. aSehring, . Mushinski, R. Neufcld, R. •'Keefe, W. kray, L. Olson, B. mleiTi Some of my friends dressed up as hobos. Olson, Sharon Olson, Son jo Ostrowski. M. Outcelt, R. m. Pecore, S. Ai Peabody, J. Pollen, J. Pajewski, R. Porter. W. Peterson. T. t. Peterson. C. M r r mije Peterson. C. Perkolski. P Powles, C. Pronz. P. Pusheck, J. One night we played cards at the union 'til quite late. It oss. N. Roche, pScheller, R. Li Schmidt, E. Slagowski, S. Sch moll, S. khwarlz, D. hwentner, J. Scott. A. derstrom, C. Slack, P. Sine. R Was late for my 8:00 class. Simonson, L. Sherwood, J. Seefeldt. E. Seif, C. Selk, J. Severson, A. Shauger, J. Sherman, B. Sheffer, F.Sroda, R. Starks, C. ■■ Steiro, R. Stoeberl. R. Stojlet, D. W t j We had a surprise test that day! Guess what I got? Suprise. IV. ry Summers, L Studinski. iThomas. W. Thomas. T. Thaldorf, J. Tellock. L. Taylor. T. Tamminga, N. Timm. D. a Truskowski, W. Hi der Rloemen, A. der Waal. J. iyn Hoven, K. Van Schoyck, J. rs M .. Vrobel, I. f Wade. R. ■fhu Wavrunek, T. §U Warner, D. Wanke. G. Walkush, R.Whit chouse, G. Wernberg, W. Wenzel, J. Wenzel. G. Wenzel. D. Wendler. I Weisner, A Wickham. W. Wiedenh• -ft. Wilber. W. Williams. B. Williamson, J. Woerpel. I.. Ziegler. R. Young, G. ' I particularly enjoyed the dances. Yost, A. Yetter, H. Wolter, W. Woodrell. H. Woodward, G. Wordell, D. Worzella. M. Wrzesinski, G. Yach M. m Zimmer mann, B. Zielinski, J. w Zamzow, IV. | % Was glad to sec vacation come ! Wiggins, R. I Miller, R. Mortensen, N. Nylund, M. Phillips. L. Olson, D. Otto, B.FOOTBALL TEAM Finishes With .500 Record Row 1: Will insky, R. Koehn. A. Vance, J. Ludeman. T. Pinkowski, G Rogers, R. Yeller, H. Hartnett, J. Scholz, H. Charlesworth, J. Row 2: Sorenson. E. Hoenisch, R. Depuy, C. Tremel, J. Zimmerman, D. Hein, R Dunbar, J. Paulson, J. Kamke, P. Schmidt, W. Roman. G. Miller, N. Row I: Coach Roberts Brodhagen, G. Sroda, T. Jurgella, C. O'Donnell, R. Bostad. R. Kobishob C. Shuda. A. Luedtke, J. Lacina, C. Meuret, G. Kestly, F. Clausen, C. Hrekke, L. Schallert, D. Lacina, R. Michalik, J. Potter, J. Quandt, H. Ron Hoenisch — Most valuable player. Charlesworth, J. Bob Bostad — Honorary Captain. Schallert, D.BOSTAD AND ROMAN Named To Wisconsin College All-Conference Team Cheerleaders: Karen Collier, EUi Rostal. Grace Summers, Loretta Phillips.PHI SIGMA EPSILON Has record crowd At Queen’s Dance Row 1: Kudla, J.; Grobe, L.; Buckoski, H.; Spindler, D.; Schmidt, W.; Betry, D.; Feldman, A.; Chesebro, D.; Nomady, C.; Row 2: Marko, R.; Ives. L.; BaUenger, C.; Kesley, F.; Koepke. O.; Luebstorf, I..; Hitzler, T.; Habeck, M.; Jaeckel, H’.; Faust. G.; Chesebro, B.; Miller, J.; Johnson, W. Officers: President: Chuck Nomady Vice President: Lovell Ives Secretary: Gordon Faust Treasurer: Harlan Adams Familiar sounds during the prc-Home-coming campaign were those made by Rich Marko’s bass, "Oooody" Ives’ College Cats at the Phi Sig sponsored Queens’ Dance, and a corps of brothers “jiving it up” for their candidate, Mary Jo Buggs. Ivy league railroad caps and red cotton neck scarves were familiar sights, as Phi Sig pledging began. After this hectic first semester period, the fraternity speeded up activity, locking doors behind which mysterious thumps and scrapes were heard. Results? Another hilarious Phi Sig Style Show. Alf Harrer Psychology Phi Sigma Epsilon AdvisorBernard Wievel Conservation Phi Sigma Epsilon Advisor Dr. Bob Hanes operates as Phi Sigs say, “We’re expecting a victory.” Many students enjoyed the Phi Sig sponsored ”Queen's" Dance at ultich each candidate u-as introduced. Jim Patterson and dale. Mary Laurit zen pay admission to Ted Hitzler as Howard Bucknski looks on.SIGMA PHI EPSILON Lights Homecoming Fun with Torch Parade Silting: Patterson, J.: Albert, J.; Row 1: Sengstock, B.; Wei sen-I eld, J.: Rocher, B.; Boettcher, C.: Summerfelat, R.; Misiorowski, {.; Greehling, N.; Thomas, R.; diver, R.; Anderson, J.; Row 2: Danielson, D.; Nice, D.; Rartz, D.; Weaver, J.; Foltz, R.; Pass, A.; Hanson, R.; Curtis. £.; Winnie, R.; Rorchardt, DAnderson, A.; Druss, J.; Schmidt, W.; Pilot, R. Officers: President: Jerry Rruss Vice President: AI Curtis Secretary: Joel Weaver Treasurer: Bill Rocher Historian: Rob Summerfeldt Above that white shirt and red tie worn every Tuesday you’ll find the congenial face of a Sig Ep. He’s the man who backed Marcie Skalski for Homecoming Queen this fall. He and his brothers escorted donors to and from the Bloodmobile. They were responsible, too, for the Christmas trees brightening the halls and the library, and for the Christmas music which wove in and out of rooms on second floor the week Indore vacation. Mr. Sig Ep took part in the second semester pledging and when it was well underway, disappeared for a while, to reappear on the stage in the annual zany Sig Episodes. After it was over, he leaned back, loosened his red tic and said, “ ”!! Gilbert Faust Registrar Chemistry Sigma Phi Epsilon AdvisorJames Hicks Chemistry Sigma Phi Epsilon Advisor Cut-ups at the Sig Ep-Tau Cam Christmas l art .TAU KAPPA EPSILON Crowns candidate as Homecoming queen Row I: Slrasser, R.; Waw’unek, T.; drove, S.; Wickham. W.; Paasch, D.; Row 2: Dickinson', Ii.: Madison, J.; Zimmerman. D.; I.ighlluss, D.; Dumonthier, (i.; Miller, J.; Row 3: Klun, II.; Pesko, A.; Pitsch, C.; Row 4: Wavrunek, J.; Rustad, R.; Kubach, D.; Knight, A.: Fenske, R.; Hajenga, J. Officers: President: Jerry Madison Pice President: Dave Kubach Secretary: Dale I.ightfuss Treasurer: AI Pesko Pledge Master: Jim Miller TKE’s first year as a national fraternity was opened by the crowning of their Homecoming candidate as queen for the second year straight. A rather crudely constructed Homecoming float made its appearance in the parade, for which the Teke’s took the “blame” — ahhh — “credit”. Alum parties and a banquet rounded out their Homecoming activities. In December these boys joined forces with their sister sorority, the Alpha Sigs, to present a spectacular “TKE Sweetheart Formal.” Homecoming Queen, Rosie Lee, reigned as "sweetheart” of the event. Second semester found the Teke’s pledging and winding up a year of “national” fun and frenzy.President Madison and dale, Judy Crane enjoy dancing at the TKE Formal, as do Bill Bucher and date. Lou-ann Simonson. Sweetheart Formal" was a winter wonderland. Sweetheart" Rosie Lee.ALPHA BETA RHO Holds first annual Sweater Dance Row I: Brost, J.; Buss, W.; Tale, T.; Riley, Collard, ].; Young, J.; t'ania, Engel, Row 2: Kryshak, -C,.; Shiels, P.; Wilson, D.; Kerl, R.; Kucksdorf, R.; Hansen, I).: Son nett tag, XI.; Sahwedel, K.; I.uebke, D.; Row 3: Plenke, A'rents. J.; (Hover, (',.; Zei, P.; Seeburger, G.; Wicke, W.; Scribner, W.; Jeske, T. Alpha Beta Rho began its second year on campus with a bang as it lit a display of fireworks at the Homecoming bonfire. Added to this was their sports car entry in the Homecoming Parade and a lot of fun for actives and alums. Their later activities were highlighted by the ABR sponsored "First Annual Sweater Dance,” held in the student union. Second semester found the boys in green with their sword shaped paddles combing our campus for pledges and a busy "second year" was brought to a close. Officers: President:Greg Kryshak I'ice President: Paul Zei Secretary: Bill Wicke Treasurer: Roger Kucksdorf Greg Kryshak drives ABR's sporis car entry in the Homecoming parade. Warren Jenkins History Alpha Beta Rho Advisor INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The governing body for the five fratern campus is composed of representatives f :h group. It is this group who makes the ions and rules concerning the Greek men ] asscr served as president this year. Sitting: Faust, G.; Grobe, L.; Misicrowski, H.; Miller, J.; Luedtke, D.; Weaver, J.: truss. G.; Standing: Knight, A. Madison. J.; Glover. E. INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL estci The members of the three sororities are represented in this council by the president, vice-president, and a delegate from each sorority. Besides acting on pledge rules and membership laws, the council sponsors an Inter-sorority dance each year. Neita Nelson was president first semester, and Char Buggs presided during the second sem- i Left to right: Hanke, MZenlner, S.; Hager, H.; Hake. L.; Kieffer, M.: Coon, N.: Bloom. M.: Buggs. C.; Baehler, D.SIASEFIS Victors in Homecoming Parade Row I: Marko. R.; Kudla. J.; Summers. A.: Wislinsky, R.: Cayo. D.; Damro, R.; Row 2: Sliafranski. J.: Buss, W.; Smith. J.; Dedeker. D.; Stuiber, K.; Curtis, G.; Cappel. D.; Tate, T.: Walker. J.; Ludeman, T.; Row 3: Green. J.; Plenke. J.; Marko. J.; Wohlbier, C.; Etta. Habeck. At.; Row 4: Jurgella. C.; Bostad. B.; Stuiber. D.; Tuszka. D.; Bach. B.; Boldig. J.; Luedlke. J.; Lukowicz. P.; Tanner. D.; Hopkins. J. A social group with membership limited to thirty, Siasefi expends its energy attempting to bring about an increase in school spirit. Their activities got underway with Homecoming, and this year their humorous float (constructed the night before the parade) won first prize in that division. Another part of Siasefi Homecoming was a dinner and dance for members and alumni. Ollicers: President: Tom Tate Vice President: Dean Cayo Secretary: Jack Green Treasurer: Carl Wohlhier N!. ,f[ •jnvJL 'mSiyf Their Snowball Formal, ( a masquerade Christmas party) and Spring Formal (a combination of softball games between Siasefi actives, alumni, and their dates, refreshments and a dance) are among their annual social events. And, of course, their famed bulletin board caught the eye of students and faculty throughout the year. Clifford Morrison History Siasefi Advisor No Comment!! Speak for yourself John!!Row I: Pease. Mar ho, R.; B osser. J.; I Vis- Husky, R.; Koehn, TYetier. .; Vance. J.; Meuret. J-; Fink. O.; Row' 2: Habeck. i.; Miller. S.; Rot off. K.; Roman. G.; Boslad. B.; Deputy. G.: O'Donnell. R.; Marko, J.: Row- 3: Brekke, L.; Roman. F.; Charlesworth, JSchallert, R.; Dan• ke. A.; Schmidt, IV.; Sengstock. 71.; Row- 4: A'o-bishop, C.; Luedtke, J.; Tusxka. R.; Kestly, F.: Schoen. J.; Jurgella. C.; Luebstorf. .. Eugene hrodhagen Physical Education Assistant Coach Hale Quandt Physical Education Basket ball and Baseball Coach s CbVD ,oO ors anr»u aI Homeco rruog a Officers: President: Carl Jurgella Vice President: Bob Dost ad Secretary: Merlin Habeck Treasurer: Jack Pease Sergeant-at-arms: Richard Marko The wearers of the purple and gold had a good year in all tile sports. Those who won letters were represented in the S Club. Besides sponsoring the Homecoming dance, these athletes held a rousing campaign for their queen candidate, Karen Beebe. Throughout the rest of the year these fellows had the concessions stands at all athletic games.THE POINTER releases Tuf ton Beamish in ‘57 The "lamed jour ," Earl Grow, Jerry Madison. Mr. Blakcslcc. and Mary Braatz. were llie core of llie Pointer staff in '57. Editor-In-Chief: Jerry Madison News Editor: Mary Braatz Assistant: Mary Jo Buggs Sports Editor: Jim Miller Assistant: Neil Greehling Composition Editor: Bob Prielipp Business Manager: Emalee Berth Circulation Manager: Angie Zink Editorial Advisor: Earl Grow Faculty Advisor: Richard Blakeslee Business Advisor: Robert Anderson Covering the news during Homecoming and throughout the year was the school paper, the Pointer. Under the eye of Jerry Madison, the Monday night coke parties yielded an abundance of enjoyable reading. Past editor, Earl Grow, (Alias Tufton Beamish) graduated at mid-semester leaving an empty chair in the Pointer office and a vacant column in the paper. Special credit is given to the typists, reporters, proofreaders, and composition staff who helped make possible the "Thursday morning rush." ■ Mary Braaiz. News Editor, pitches in to help regular typists June Zielinski and Barbara Bowen. Monday night finds Hansen, I.ightfuss. and Greehling working (!) on the Pointer. Richard Blakeslee English Pointer AdvisorWE LIKE IKE Raymond Rightscll Physics YGOP Advisor Siding Bruelte, A.; Menzel. G.: McLendon. B.: Standing: Piehl. At.; Menzel. P.; Solebeer, J.; Cook. L.; Wicke, If'.; Berger. M.; Rightscll. R. Democrat Madison takes part in college presidential election ALL THE WAY WITH ADLAI Elwin Sigmund History YDEM Advisor Sitting: Hayward. K.; Hayward. J.; Straus. G.; Standing: Lund. At.: Medo. Madison, J.; Miller, J.; Madison, J.; Greehling. N.; Sigmund. E.DELZELL HALL expands with third floor addition Dehell Hall desk men. Officers: President: At el Sonnentag Vice President: Bob Priellip Secretary: Earl Grow Treasurer: Torn Farrel Private Bill Wolter and Sergeant Bob Priellip advertise Bilko Hall to incoming freshmen. The army has nothing on CSC, for we, too, hav Sergeant Bilko and a Bilko Hall. Because of the si work on the third floor addition, some of the fre man boys had to live in the old Rural School for first few months this fall. Despite the discomfort the old building, numerous interesting and amus tales about their trials and tribulations came from boys who lodged there. When the new addition v finished and the boys moved, they welcomed the cc fort of Dclzell but hated to leave the interesting periences they had had at Bilko Hall. Inside view of the third floor addition. NELSON HALL Houses 130 girls When the girls at Nelson Hall entered the dorm this fall, they were greeted by a new house mother, Mrs. liurton Pierce. After the excitement of greeting old and new friends died away, the girls set about their business of planning the year’s coming events. Home-coming found them entering a float in the parade and opening their doors to the “outsiders” at their annual Tea and Open House. At Christmas they again entertained friends and parents at their Yulctidc Tea. Keeping hours, sign-out slips and fire drills had the girls on their toes during a year of friendship and fun. Officers: President: Joan Jeckle Vice President: Jean Puller Secretary: Judy Duchac Treasurer: Allene GrimmSOPHOMORE CLASS Takes Second Leap Toward Diploma Mildrede Davis French Sophomore Class Advisor One year behind and two to go! The sophomore class patiently — or is it impatiently? — waits out this classwise non-functioning middle year and looks forward to more eventful days. Well acquainted by now with CSC routine, the sophs venture out to all corners of the campus and surrounding vicinity in search of extra-curricu lar amusements. Various activities keep their waiting days fully occupied, Officers: President: Eugene Sorenson I'ice President: Diane Baehler Secretary: Mary Jo Puggs Treasurer: Emalee Berth Student Council: Bill Bucher Left to right: Schuh. C.; Hulas, C,.: Vania. Martinson. M.; Jensen. N.; Justesen. R.: Schoualter, Monk. C. 7K jhsv. Left to right: Weisenfeld, ].: Waid. B.; Welch. D.; Blake. ..; Johnson. J.; Cap pel, D.i Voting. J.; F.ngel, J. Left to right: Newby, L.; Stitnac, R.; ’Fork. J.; Dickinson, B. Silling: Baehler. D.: McLendon. B.: Standing: Otto. I..; Priebe, E.: Ainsworth, P.. Lee. ?.; Lewis. .; Bjerkaas. R. sC L i tU SB — C - -' -t- CENTRAL STATE COLLEGE BASKETBALL HOME SCHEDULE 195657 k JVv IMrtNjnj Jjafr mtor fv 27 WmCc I Fcb2:Z+jjta Hr. 8 St.Nrtx-rtsF:b8J£j± K .■ f. -twLj a r F..-IL Left to right: udd, C.; McKeniie. .; Coy or, 7?.; Chapman. y.; FinA, O.; Oreeti R.; Blair, P. y -rx — -duc t . £LoLI Siding: Huber. Y. Holtebcck. D.; Bird. S. Misiorowski. R.: Gualke. :.; Standing: Bannach. ?.; Hoff, G.; Olson. A. Row I: Nor low, R.: Pichette, J.; Syring, If'.; Johnson. P.; Topping. I).: Peterson, V.; Peterson. L.: Row 2: Staniszewski, T.: Moines. Kauss, F.Left to right: Blosser, J.; Adams. Walker. J.: Brown. J.: Gilbert, C.: Berth. E.; Aske. J. Anderson. G. ubn, xlits Left to right: Wanta. D.; (in booth) Babicky, P.; Pitsch. C.; Rodaer, R.; Eck, Kreie, D.; Jensen. A.; Rieth. M.; Rifenbery, B.; Pochanayon, S.  uc. Row I: Kastner, B.; Chesebro. B.; Wight man, C.; Row 2: Storm. G.; I.utz, L.; Lenz, M.; Ballenger, C. Left to right: Young, R.; Schill. D.; Davido, S.; Conlon. B.; Morton, G.; Sheridan. ].; Mrochek, J.; Popeck, D.; Klimaszewski, A .; Harper, J. tjjL C.S.C.Row I: Sekel. W.: Windross, It.: Keller. C.: Swell, I).: Pauli. A .; Seefeldt. I..; Seehafer. ('.. Row 2: Hagedorn. II. Tanner. W.; lingers. II.: Teescli, D.; King. J. 10 right: Kretns. ].: Coombs. M ; Olson. R.; I.ovesee, Hummel, B.yLjts aj ztr Ixrft to right: Rasmussen, .; Klein, R.; Kerl, R.; Kamke, P. Sitting: Opperman, S.; Damon. lilom, D. ytbj Tlth c-Row 1: Waite. .; Thoreson. G.; Ruhsam, J.; Meuret, J.: Thies, M.; Sorge. E.; Row 2: Cutis. R.: Woyak, D.: Kumm. W.: Skinner. A.: Pander-Velden, T. dJ tL jU9U II Row 1: Fruin, M. Iverson. J. Ruttke, C.; Curtis, R.; Lundberg, P.; Row 2: Zellinger, Hennes, K.; Heimer, I..; Statsuoka. H.; Zink. A. I-cft to right: Nadohki, T.; Rice, A'.; Haka. F..: Haas. C Kneeling: Blystad, C.; Michalski, M.: Standing: Gjermundson. S.; Grimm, A.: Hclegeson. Chickering. S.; Genrich, C.; Marvin. B. A ; d£m.-4.-+' ; ST9. es entral STATE COULEE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1956 I e 7! 15 HAMUNE U 800 THERE I 4 SEPT. SEPT. 22 PLATTEVILLE 80) HERE SEPT. 29 WHITEWATER 800 THERE ■ Of 7 A OSHKOSH 800 HEM 2 : a mm. at m 2 I Row 1: Hunt, S.: Cutis, R.; Atisncr. ).; Row 2: Grass. M.: Gruel. C.: Durlfac. J. Krinke, I'.: Standing: Jeske. H ; G, eh res. I..William Clements English and Math etna Edna Nyqmst English Sigma Tau Delta, publishers of Wordsworth, a magazine of student writings, has as its members outstanding majors and minors in English. Jerry Farrell acted as president this year and Lee Bernsteen was the Wordsworth editor. Hngn;ehnn0» Mary Elizabeth Smith English 'MishitRADIO WORK SHOP presents “Meet Central State” Left 10 right: Lewis, R.; Luebke, D.; Karp, D.; Chesebro, D.: Conrad, K.; Chapman, R.; Robert Lewis Geography Director of Radio Work Shop ALPHA PHI OMEGA Honorary Dramatics Fraternity Lcland Burroughs English Alpha Psi Omega AdvisorBLITHE SPIRIT by Noel Coward Directed by Earl Grow Seated: Pierre, S'.; Prom. P.; Karp. D.; Standing: Cruman, T.; Camber. Af.; Haferbecker. J.; Sleinfurth, R. Ceil Borlcc Applies make-up to Pat Pronz (the maid). Rosemarie Steinfurth (Madam Arcadie) preftares for a trance. ieated: Jenkins, B.; Haferbecker, J.; Miller. J.; Miller, S.; fhompson, Af. £.; Standing. Row 1: Braatz, Af.; Jordan, B.; Howe, D.; McKenzie, J.; Cay lor, B.; Pierre, N.; Pronz, P.; Row i: Crow, E.; Karp, I).; Hoffman, A.; Justesen. R.A FAMILIAR FACE no longer here Quincy Doudna, Dean of Administration at Central Stale since 1945, left his position at CSC in 1956 to become President of the Eastern Illinois State College in Charleston, Illinois. Those students and faculty members who knew him remember him as a friend as well as an administrator. NEW FACES at CSC Ethel Hill Home Economics Robert Simpson Biology Helen Jones EnglishFACULTY Artists and Librarians Norman Keats Art Henry Runke Art Syble Mason Librarian Nelis Kampenga Librarian Margaret Ritchie LibrarianSTUDENT CLOSE FALL WITH MANY ACTIVITIES John Roberts, Dean of Men and coach since 1951, left CSC after the first semester to assume the position of Secretary of the VV. I. A. A. Association. A championship football team in 1955 was one of the many accomplishments he made at Central State. 0 y Burdette Eagon 1st Semester — Training School Supervisor 2nd Semester — Dean of Men Irving Sachs Biology 2nd Semester — Research at the University of Wisconsin 65CANTERBURY Left to right: Beebe. K.; Bucher, B.; Miller, J.; Ilaferbecker, Blake. L Fr. Lewis: Lewis, G. The Episcopalian Church group met over coffee cups in a weekly discussion period lead by their chaplain, Fr. Edward Lewis. A successful and en-lightning year was the result of these “get-togethers.” CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 66 Left to right: Mr. Cross. Madison. J.; Radde, R.; Mia Thompson; Madison, J.; Seif, C.; Drzewieniecki, W. Newly organized on campus last fall, the Christian Science Organization was recognized as an active and outstanding group before the year was over. Their main project was the sponsoring of guest speaker, Mrs. Georgianna Tennant, London England, who spoke on the Christian Science religion.GAMMA DELTA The Lutheran students of the synodical conference were under the leadership of Jerry Bruss, president. Besides entering the Song Fest, the group carried on many activities within their own circle. The Oshkosh Convention was die big event of the year. L. S. A. The Lutheran Student Association met throughout the year at the Trinity Lutheran Church under the leadership of Diane Baehler, president. Entering the Homecoming parade and the Songfest gave this group its share of work and social activities. 67NEWMAN CLUB This Catholic student organization, under the leadership of its chaplain, Fr. Norbert Wilgcr, and president, John Jones, had a very busy year. Activities include a KC Valentine dance, a dinner given by the Catholic women of the city and various conferences. Marge Kiefer was elected "Miss Newmanite” for ’57. TRIGON Row I: Van Vuren, C.; Bradley, M.; Ruhsam, J.; Cuff, D.; Beckman, £.; Row 2: Rev. Meyer; Rev. Helmang; Marple, H.; Bocher, .; Menzel, Otto, B.; Row 3: Feidler, L.; Pie hi, M.; Menzel, P. Me Lendon, B.; Van der Bloc men, A.; Clayton, W.; Henderson, J. Congregational, Evangelical and Reformed Presbyterian students joined forces as members of Trigon. Jerry Menzel presided over the group in a year of close friendship. 68WESLEY Youth conferences and social activities formed part of the life of this Methodist group on campus. Rev. Perry Saito and the club's president. Betty Woehlert.guid ed the Weslcyans through a successful year. Row 1: Woehlert, B.; Kirchmeyrr, C.; Crane, ].; Mueller, D.; Burkett, J.; Poetter, J. Row 2: Matsuoka, H.; Leyda, A.; Goehring, Pander Loan, M.; Lee, R.; Coon, N.; Wade, C.; Anderson, T.; Hooper, J. Row 3: Johnson, S.; Walker, M.; Nelson, C.; Bloom, S.; Heinz, J.; Ablard, L.; Coon, C.; Seehafer, C. Row 4: Rev. Saito; Clark. C.; Scribner, W.; Race, A.; Julian, R.; Mr. and Mrs. Epple, Row 5: Robinson, P.; Nelson, R.; Hoffman, A.; Schadewald, P.; Johnson, A. In the Christmas issue of the Pointer, the story of the stained glass window, found in the west end of the second floor, was disclosed. It is a memorial to Miss Alicia De Riemer, who was a member of the SPN Geography Department in 1900. After her death in 1903, students, faculty, and alumni subscribed toward this memorial. The central figure of the window, die wreath of laurel, is a symbol of immortality and victory. The globe within the wreath typifies Miss De Riemer’s chosen profession. The pipes of Pan on each side of the globe, the scroll and the violin exemplify the other side of her nature. Two torches shine forth, emblems of light and knowledge, while the dates 1900-1903 mark the years of her service.GIRL’S GLEE CLUB Performs in March Concert Anderson, T. Bartels, L. Beebe, K. Behl, B. Bierman, M. Blake, L. Bowen, B. Bradley, M. Braun, H. Bruner, B. Christ, M. Christiansen, C. Collier, K. Colrue, C. Dilmar, L. Dupuis, J. Eskrilt, E. Estacio, R. Getchell, J. (iiebink, M. Giese, S. Gjennundson, S. Hanncmann, J. Hansen, K. HeintJ. Hermann, V. Hoppe, M. Jablonski, J. Jensen, C. Johnson, S. Karier, B. Kastner, .V. Link, S. Me Lendon, A Madison. J. Malueg, B. Manney, D. Manthey, B. Martens, iV. Matsuoka, H. Medo, E. Miller. E. Sado I ski, T. Omernik, B. Piehl, M. Priebe, E. Rezin, S. Richard, G. Robley, A. Rosenkranz, G. Rutkowski, A. Schieb. M. Schlack, H. Schmoker, G. Schrader, E. Sickinger, G. Slack, P. Sroda, P. Stielman, S. Tel lock, L. Wade, C. Watch, S. Wegner, A. Williams, B. Woehlert. B. Yach, S. Yost, A. Zimmerman, A. Burkett, J. Sanks, D. Wendler, I. Patricia Reilly Music Director of Girl's Glee Clut MEN’S GLEE CLUB Presents Annual Homecoming Concert Norman Knutzen English Men’s Glee Club Director 70 First Tenors: Anderson, A. Boettcher, C. Chapman, R. Hansen, F. Harper, J. Hoffman, A. Wicke, W. Zei, P. Second tenors: Bacher, W. Baldwin, IV. Caskey, W. Hanson, R. Krieck, W. I.ightfuss, D. Miller, J. Spees, T. Hoewisch, W. Basses: Bents, J. Bruss, G. Bucher, W. Cook, L. Knuteson, C. Lehmann, D. Scribner, W. Frei, G. Pass, T. Baritones: Bannach, R. Bartz, D. Blyslad, C. Chickering, D. Clayton, IV. Dorn, N. Hagedom, T. Puwaloski, F. Maltby, L. Horvain, W. Richards, J. Shiels, P. Weaver, J. Weisenfeld, J. Clements, W. IVanta, D. Accompanists: Helen Schlack Margaret ChristTHE LITTLE GROUP Aids in Operas Hugo Marple Music Choir Director Row 1: Holubetz, .; Roche. PLundberg. P.; Olson. D.: McLendon. H.; Row 2: Chickering, S.; Sommers. C.; Berth, £.; Camber. M.; Robinson. P. THE CHOIR Tours State in Winter Schulz, G. Toepper, I). Simonson, JL. Walker, T. Shauger, J. ------- Adams, H. Boettcher, C. Cook, L. Frei, G. Jokela, R. Mac Lachlan, N. Adams, K. Camber, M. Coon, N. Hansen, K. Kalmon, F. Malueg, B. Alnes, R, Casberg, K. Crane, J. Hirsch, B. Kiefert, J. McCauley, H. Berger, Af. Chesebro, D. Dustin, K. Holubetz, D. Krubsack. D. Marsh, R. Berth, £. Chickering, S. Erickson, J. Hooper, J. Larson, Al. Mills. S. Bigson, G. Cotrue, C. Fedderly, B. Ives, L. Lundberg, P. Olson Olson, D. Perner, A. Peotter, J. Robinson. P. II r r I- —the pointer BAND winter toUR HEAR THEM AT Hurley Tooi»l awk Washburn J On doss agon Mellen Bey«eld philliP STEVENS POINTFlutes: Eleanor Rost a I Janis Not tie man Jeanette Cauerke Ann Lyda Evelyn Pol ham us Oboe: James Engel Clarinets: Wayne Jaeckel Janet Bird Theodore At satis Robert Chesebro Mary Klimaszewski Grace Anderson Alto Clarinets: Muriel Berger Mary Jane Kleist Bass Clarinet: Emily Runge Saxophones: Donald Chesebro Nancy Hager William Matthews Bassoon: Richard Alnes uaiv Band Director Percussion: Martin Thomas Sherri Baldwin Jacqueline Erickson Basses: Helen Nowicki Eloyd Kauss James Willner Richard Marko Cornell: Loxfell Ives Dale Loomans James Andersen Robert Crosse Carol Braun Trumpet : Dean Anderson Walter Whitworth Horn: Donna Gardner Baritones: Priscilla Lundberg Clinton Bailey T rombones: Robert Maher Boyd Gibbs Harlan Adams Irene Shaurette Albert PemerALPHA KAPPA RHO Honorary Music Fraternity The honorary fraternity lor music students — AKR includes in its annual activities a Homecoming Alum dinner and the sponsoring of the winter operas. This year they also took part in ‘‘Stunt Night”. Oooody Ives served as president. At piano: Ives, I..; (Pres.); Row 1: Doro, Af.; Shaurette. .; I.oberg, C.; Schulz. G.; Lund berg, P.; Schlack. H.; Schlottman. J.; Camber, Af.; Coon. .V.; Manney, ).; Row 2: Perner. A.; Chesebro, D.; Marsh, H.; Alnes. H. Alpha Kappa Rho presents: Basliene and Hastiennc Cast: Charlotte Lobcrg Grace Schulz Harlan Adams Clara Colruc Baseball Opera Robert McLendon Larry Cook Pat Roche Emily Berth Mary Ann Camber Priscilla Lundbcrg Phil Robinson Grace Sommers Jim Anderson Lovell Ives Ixniise Vrobcl Secret of Suzanne Nancy Coon Roland Marsh Larry Cook Priscilla Lundbcrg 74Clockwise: Martens. N.; Miller. J.: Hinler T • „ Blake. L.; Bucher. B.; Brown. LWicke n il' R"' ow- F-‘ Miller. Farrell. J. c e' B.; Weuner. N.; Baehler. D.; rranK v.-row History Suident Council Advisor Left to right: Eagon, B.; P if net, E.; Bocher, Jenkins. B.; Madison. Miller, J.; Bucher, W.; Faust, G. Spirit with Pep Assemblies STUDENT UNION BOARD STUDENT COUNCIL Sees Union Plans Taking Shape 75ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA Salutes Autumn at Harvest Festival Row I: Kreidler, R.; Smith, N.; Coon, N.; Jenkins, B.; Roeske, Matsuoka, H.; Anderson. T.; Row 2: Scheidegger, ].; Lee, S.; Herman, V.; Hannemann, ].; Nelson, N.; Polhamus, £.; Schwab, P.: Lund. Af.; Lee, R.; Luhring, I. Row 3: Morgan, V.; Xottleman, .; Hansen. Af.; Lucas, M.: Gjermundson, S.; Muck. S.; Heintz, J.; Grimm. A.; Kiefer, M.: Kellogg. V.; Sturkol, L.; Pierre, N.; Puwalowski. Af.; Bloom, M. President: Nancy (k on A large golden harvest “moon” shining on a crowded dance floor dominated the Alpha Sigs’ Harvest Festival, their first school event. When pledging began, chicken rings adorned the future actives of this sorority. Gala parties and the winter tea. Pink Poodles, brought the first semester to a busy conclusion for the Alpha Sigs. The second semester was occupied with the Songfest, another round of pledging, and the first anniversary of the only national sorority on campus. Vivian Kellogg Intermediate Supervisor Alpha Sigma Alpha AdvisorIpha Sigs put the finishing touches on a sail for their Homecoming float. Pink poodle Phyllis Schwab and Jan Madison perform at the winter tea.OMEGA MU CHI Carries Hatful of Fun to Mad Hatter Dance Row I: Beckwith, £.; Heffernan, N.; Braun, R.; Cuff, D.; Skalitzky, N.; Yach, 5.; Ho-henstein, .; Row 2: Radloff, C.; Sobczak, A.; Jersey, H.; Lauritzen, Af.; Fuller, ).; Martens, N.; Walker. T.; Manney, D.; Lewis, H.; Jordan, B.; Doro, Af.; Row S: Van Vuren, C.; Hoppe, Af.; Bugas, Af.; Toepper, D.; Beamish, Af.; Kelley, P.; Zentner, S.; Zimmerman, A.; Brener, B. Newby, .; Jensen, iV.; Hanke, M.; “Cute and Clouche” brought to die Omeg fall tea a flavor of the "roaring 20’s." Decorations and authentically costumed entertainment carried out this unique theme. Pledging season found safety pin necklaces on Homecoming day. Their annual Christmas Bazaar was a sellout, as the Omcgs rounded out the first semester. The all-school Mad Hatter Dance introduced the second semester social functions of the sorority. Pledging and the Songfest were among the end-of-ycar activities. Phyllis Ravcy Kindergarten Supervisor Omega Mu Chi Advisor First semester president: Betty Bchl Second semester president: Sharon Zentner Mary Sam ter First Grade Supervisor Omega Mu Chi Advisor[elcn Lewis does the Charleston r visitors at the fall tea. isim TAU GAMMA BETA Captures Trophy in Homecoming Parade Row 1: Schlottman, J.; Mills, S.; Ristow. R.; Christ, M.; Beebe, K.; Eskritt, £.; Murdock, I..: Elliott. iV.; Grubba, M.; Schmoker, G.; Row 2: Hager, N.; Bablitch, M.; Davis, M.; Ainsworth, P.; Blake. .. Nelson, N.; Rostal, E.; Monroe, S.; Reading. P.; Bloom, S.; I.o-berg, C.; Trickey, D,; Volbrecht, R.; Row 3.; Baehler, D.; Gclchcll, J.; Weber, ].; Scribner, P.; Seif, C.; Woehlert. B.; Welch, D.; Schimke, D.; Sroda, P.; Skalski, M.; Lewis, R.; Hurlbut, B.; Schlock, H.; Wade, C. College women sipped and chatted in the crowded (shades of Bilko Halil) but gaily decorated Union as the Tau Gams opened the sorority social season with “Tropical Tea Time.” October heralded the pledging period. “Muds” with button-decorated pink and blue ribbons anxiously tried to please their active sisters. Homecoming brought initiation; a first place in the float parade added to the festivities. Another busy pledge season, begun with the Coke Party, started the second semester. Participation in the Songfest, and the annual Tau Gam Cotton Swirl brought an eventful year to its close. First semester president: Jean Gctchcl! Second semester president: Nancy Hager Gladys Van Arsdale Third Grade Supervisor Honorary Member of Tau Gamma Beta Marjorie Kerst Intermediate Supervisor Tau Gamma Beta Advisor 80Nancy Hager milks a tall cow at the Green Door dance. Marcic dances among Ihe flamingoes at Tropical Tea Time. A prize-winning float in its initial stages.1957 CONFERENCE CHAMPS Row I: Sekel, W.; Habcck, M.; Marko, J.; Boslad, B.; Krull, J.; Kestly, F.; Row 2: Marko, R.; Guetschow, L.; Boldig, J.; Luebstorf, L.; Anderson, R.; Malt bey, L.; Dernback, J.; Coach Quandt. 101 Northland 52 81 Milton 60 78 Lawrence 54 74 Ripon 60 75 St. Norberts 67 91 Lakeland 47 82 Oshkosh 78 Final Conference Standings — 85 Plattevillc 76 Stevens Point 9 3 73 Winona 83 Eau Claire 8 4 70 River Falls 60 Milwaukee 7 5 80 Superior 79 Superior 7 5 86 Milwaukee 90 Platteville 6 6 79 Whitewater 70 Oshkosh 5 7 58 Oshkosh 46 LaCrosse 5 7 85 Platteville 65 Stout 5 7 88 LaCrosse 71 River Falls 5 7 74 Stout 79 Whitewater 3 9 70 St. Nobcrts 79 84 Milwaukee 72 59 Whitewater 81 64 Milton 60 (N.A.I.A. play-off) 93 Millnersville 85 (N.A.I.A. Tournament) 69 Mainline 81 (N.A.I.A. Tournament) Jack Krull—Most Valuable Player All Conference Bob Bostad-Captain of the Year Kansas City Here We Come ! !James Dean (alias Loren Wocrpcl) attended many of the basketball games during the year and waved to fans as he entered the gymnasium. While The Loyal Fans Were Cheering Loieua PhiUips c-race SommersSKI CLUB Chartered in ’57 Members of the Ski Club cluster around Mr. Harrer as they discuss plans to form an Outing Club. John Volkman, (far right) was the second semester president. A new organization was added to the already lengthy CSC list of groups, as 1957 welcomed the Ski Club. The small membership was no indication of the size of the benefits these students received from the club, for the fun and exercise was jumbo packed. Ski tournaments at Rib Mountain and local jaunts at Iverson Park were their beginning activities. Mr. Harrer and Dr. Kroner were advisors, while Dudley Zimmerman was the group’s first president. It wasn't long until a subdivision of the group was formed in the name of the Outing Club. 1958 promises more information concerning this “still-newer” group. 87WRESTLING TEAM Places Second in Two Tourneys Row I: Yttttr, H; Blosser, Wislinsky, R.; Sorenson, Meurcl, J.; Hemke, A.; Row 2: Fink. O.; Scheibe, II’.; Hein, R.; Dorn, N. Butch Sorenson--Most Valuable Player Besides a list of regular victories, the grapplers had many tournament wins. They took second place at the First Invitational Tournament and second at the First Wisconsin Intercollegiate Tournament. At the latter tournament, Sorenson (Heavy weight) and Dorn (177) won first place, Yctter (147), Fink (123), and Wislinsky (167), took second honors and Schcibc (130) captured third place, in their respective divisions. Next year this tournament will be held at the U. of Wisconsin and it promises to be an annual affair. Wins: Beloit Carroll Ripon Lawrence U. of Wis. (Mil.) Marquette Losses: St. Cloud Wortberg U. of Wis. (Jayvees) Tic: WinonaJack Blosser- Captain of the Year 89r txen, Drake and Marcie Skahki. J Couples, Jerry------------ Jones and Marge Kiefer. Jack Weisenfejd am Sue Mills, rhytnicolly say. "It's a Grand Sight for Singing Honorary Science Fraternity SIGMA ZETA Row I: Trylten, R.; Faust, C.; Summerfeldt, B.; Bloom, S.; Pesko, A.; Row 2: Morgan, V.; Schlottman, JCatzke, ].; Bother, B.; Bruss, J.; Row 3: Smith, N.; Prielipp, B.; Farrell, T.; Hanson, F.; Row 4: Hicks, J.; Anderson, IV.; Secord, D.; Behl. B. Informative discussions and business meetings kept this honorary fraternity active through the year. Pledging new members meant giving more students in the field of science and mathematics recognition of their abilities. Hob Summerfeldt served as president. 550’S Veteran’s Club The 550 s arc a group of veterans organized to be of service to the school and each other. Their bulletin board becomes a trading-post as members post notices to buy, rent, or sell. Numerous banquets with their wives and sweethearts were the main activities in their social program. Commanding officer for the group was Curtiss Judd. : Row 1: Appleton. W.; Meyer. L.; Karg. M.; Col lard, J.; Bidgood, L.; Polivka, T .ill hit her, D.; Row 2: Blackman, R.; Jones, T.; Lalsch, I..: Sederslrom, C..; Moede, C.; Wordell, D.; Wanserski, A'.; Statler, B.; Straus, G. 92ALPHA PHI OMEGA Scout Fraternity Robert Anderson Geography pha Phi Omega Ad APO, fraternity for boy scouts, is mainly a service fraternity-By sponsoring many of the machines that are found around school these fellows join the ranks as being a real asset to the school. Dick Spindler presided over the fraternity. ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA Conservation Fraternity A fraternity for conservation majors or minors, AKL's purpose is to promote a better understanding of our natural resources and their intelligent use. It is a benefit to the college conservation department through research, public relations, and committee services. The social features of the group include the “VVoodchoppers Ball", (remember those beards?) an annual venison steak dinner, and a smelt fry. Serving as president for the group was Norb Yingling. Walter Sylvester Conservation AKL Advisor 93Eugene Trimberger Granton L S: Major — History Minor — Social Science Michael Farrell Green Bay-Secondary: Majors — Biology, Conservation Minor — Gen. Science AKL, Hockey. Joyce Larson Tiger ton Rural Life 1ST SEMESTER GRADUATES James Van Duser Sheboygan L S: Majors — Biology, Conservation Minor — Gen. Science AKL John L. Smith Chippewa Falls Secondary: Major — History-Minors — Phy. Ed., Biology Newman Club, Football, Baseball. S Club. i Anna Scribner Stevens Point Intermediate — Upper Elementary 91Constance Raikowski .Stevens Point Rural Mary Lucas Stevens Point Primary Minor — Art Newman Club, Primary Council, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Girl’s Glee Club. Dave Jersey Almond L S: Major — Gen. Science. Minor — Phy. Ed. Pointer, Football, Wrestling. Eagle River Wesley, Primary Council. Secondary: Major — English Minors — French, History Pointer, Iris, CWA Hoard, Tau Gamma Beta, Sigma Tau Delta (Pres.), Newman Club. 95 Paul Zei Stevens Point L S: Major — English Minor — Social Science Newman Club, Alpha Beta Rho, Men's Glee Club, Choir. Patricia Scribner Stevens Point Secondary: Major — History-Minors — Social Science, English Wesley, Tau Gamma Beta, Or-chesis.Phi Sig Chorus Line — Coordinated, aren’t they? Elvis Kestly. PHI SIG STYLE SHOW TV Review Ten Little Indians going out lo dine One choked himself — then there were nine. Nine little indians sat up very late One overslept himself — then there were eight. Eight little indians traveling toward heaven One got left behind — then there were seven. Seven little indians chopping up sticks One chopped himself in half — then there were six Six little indians playing with a hive Humble bcc stung one — then there were five. Five little indians who the law abhor One shot the judge — then there were four. Four little indians going out to sea A red herring swallowed one — then there were three. Three little indians walking in the zoo A big bear hugged one — then there were two. Two little indians fighting for a gun One killed the other — then there was one. One little indian left all alone He went and hanged himself — then there were none. 96 .od Justcson. Kathy Adams, and Tom Gruman decide who is to "go” next. Directed by Miss Mary Elizabeth Thompson I Donna Weis prepares Justcson for the opening night performanceiLeft to right: Hanson. F.; Hostal, E.; Schlottman, J. Going into the “home stretch" of their college career, the juniors spent the year practice teaching, enjoying third-year memories, and preparing for the annual Junior Prom. Toward the end of April, John Jones and his crew sallied forth to present “Echoes of the Everglades.” Officers: President: John Jones Pice President: Dick Spmdler Secretary: Valerie Spranger Treasurer: Hob Prielipp Student Council Hep.: Mona Martens JUNIOR CLASS Presents Annual Junior Prom Left to right: Schadewald, P.; Johnson, ?.; Muck, S.; Zimmerman, A.; Soltlemon. J.; Riley, Westphal, £.; Johnson, IV. Monica B a inter m Physics Junior Class Advisor 98I.cft to right: Weigand, ].; Wilson, D.; Polhamus, E.; Nelson, C.; Reifen-bury, B.; Rucinski, R.; Parks, R.; Briselden, }.; Wenzel, B.; Whiteside, A.; Whiteside, D.100Row 1: Tylinski, V.; Hanke, A{.; Skalski, Af.; Niemulh, E.; Whitworth. IV.; Row jj: I.ewis. .; Walker, T.: Dupuis. D.; Hoppe, A .; Monroe. A.; Murdock. L.: Reading. P.; Fuller. ].; Stalkowski. .V.; Higgins. T.; Thomas. I Left to right: Somers, R.: Hager. N.; Schmidt. IV.; Faust. G.; Gierszewski, Af.; Rucinski, ].: Skalittky, N.; Nordlund, C.R°w 1: Meicher, P.; Druckrcy, W.; Row 2: Buchberger, P.; Smith. G.: urtfka. Wagner, D. landing: Stamka, R.; Langlon, M.; Brener, B.; Kestly, F.: Seated: Halada. J.; Roman, F. 102103 Left to right: Rulkounki, A.; Gatike. J.104; Wrrnrr, S.; Aryan Anderson Herman. » pelican, J tconow ation Iiraun I..; Brown, Puranceau Left to right: Burkett, J.; Coburn, B.; Bartels, Albert, J.; Buss W.; Bacher, IV.; Bohanski, F. Albert Harris Philosophy and EducationPRIMARY STUDENTS And Those Training School Blues Those students belonging to the primary division organize into a social and service club called Primary Council. Besides presenting many interesting lectures and demonstrations for those in primary, the group also sponsored a Christmas project whereby the students in school contributed food, money, and clothing dial was sent to Hungary. Marie Doro presided over the group.HOME ECONOMICS ato From CSC Named to State Offices Joyce Schlouman, a junior in Home Ec. works in the newly decorated kitchens. Home Economics — one of our outstanding majors — offers fun and education in its social group, the Home Ec Club. The domesticated students in this group started the year with a float in the Homecoming parade and ended the first semester activities with a Christmas Bazaar. Convention-time found the girls nominating Jean Gatzke and Mary Lauritzen for state offices to which they were elected at the state convention. The public relations division of the club J{ produced a handbook that was sent out to recruit nigh school seniors to enter the field of Home Economics. First semester president was Joanne Weber and prexy for the second semester was Jean Gatzke. Giving a formal dinner is a "must" in foods class. Each Home Ec girl learns to be a gracious hostess, an efficient waitress, and a very good cook. And, of course, some of the best dressed girls in school wear the label “This is a homemade original." 107Besides being one of the academic minors offered the girls at CSC, the girl's Physical Education Department also includes many interesting activities outside of its classes. YVRA is the Women’s Recreation Association. It sponsors badminton and volleyball tournaments and holds an annual "Play Day” for visiting high school girls. The modern dance group, Orchesis, offers the girls a try at dance routines and a chance to display what new rhythms have been learned comes when they perform in their spring recital. Congratulations arc in order as F.llic Rostal and Pat Sroda win the badminton tournament. 108ORCHESIS Swings in Spring Recital WRA Supports Annual Play Row 1: Davis, AfYach Af.; Martinson, M.; Yac i S.; Crueger, M.; Willett, S.; Row 2: Meleski, R.; Jensen, N.; Westbrook, R.; Jensen, C.; Darling, D.; Millard, E.; Row 3: Wanta, R.; Liebl, M.; Worzella, Af.; Heinrich, C.; Sommers, Peabody, J. Row 1: Sopa, A.; Ross, A'.; Duranceau, Werner, S.; Helmke, L.; Maslowski, Af.; Me Carlhy, S.; Ditrnar, L.; Westbrook, R. Row 2: Klimaszewski, Af.; Medo, £.; Shield, S.; Merkaloris, L.; Warner, D.; Niemuth, £.; Radue. li.: Selk, J.; Kinnunen, K.; Lind, L. 109Katherine Sietmann Physical Education Supervisor at Campus School Lulu Kellogg Campus School Supervisor Virginia Punke Campus School Supervisor Mildrede Williams Second Grade Supervisor Cecilia Welch Rural Supervisor Dorothy Kampenga Campus School Librarian Edith Cutnaw Sixth Grade Supervisor 110 Jack Cross History Tennis Coach Robert Moore MusicAxel Hansen Clyde Hibbs Geography Conservation Doris Davis Home Economics Alice Daniel Mathematics 111 awrence Davis, Edward Tckowski, Conrad Feltz.THE IRIS STAFF Sighs as “masterpiece” Nears Deadline. Frcderich Krcmple History Iris Advisor Editor-in-chief: Assistant Ed.: Art Editor: Copy Staff: Layout Staff: Photographers Rukolt and Atsalis — What would we do without them? Nancy Hager Rita Ristow Betty Behl Diana Bloom Barbara Coburn Darlene Welch Barbara Brener Lois Merkatoris Donna Weis Gretchen Speerstra Gloria Radloff Gloria Thoreson Mar jo Mathey Janet Magnin Judy Crane T. K. Chang Geography Photographic Advisor for Iris 112Index: Business Manager: Advertising Manager: Staff: Photographers: Pat Blair Rita Green Ted Jeske Jim Miller Jane Picheue Ann Bructtc Jim Bukolt Darrell Holubetz Ted Atsalis Spcerstra. Justeson, and Thorcson in a Monday night . . . mare. Crane, Radloff and Ristow see the Iris coining to a finish. 113Peter Kroner German Edelweiss Advisor Jim Collard. I)r. Kroner, and Joan Jccklc lead the group in, "1st das nicht ein Schnilulbankt" EDELWEISS CLUB Weinerschnitzel, Schnitzelbank, und ein grosses Glas rwice a year the Edelweiss Club holds a banquet at "Little Bovaria." 114 Much of the German culture and customs is learned by viewing Deutsch movies.On ihe first Monday in September, 1906, Arthur Lyness, a young man just out of Emporia State College, Emporia, Kansas, began his teaching career. Fifty years later, still in the leaching profession, he remarked, "I never thought, that day in 1906, that I’d last this long.” Mr. Lyness began his teaching in a one room ungraded school. Twenty seven years ago he came to CSC. then called the Stevens Point Normal. His first job was at the training school where he taught Latin, Biology, and English. At present, he is biology instructor in his second floor habitat. Mr. Lyness did his graduate work at the University of Iowa, where he received his M. A. and Ph. D. .degrees. And now, after his Golden Year of teaching, Mr. Lyness will retire from his role as CSC faculty member. He plans to “read, listen to music, radio and watch TV and travel” after his retirement. Next year many students will miss the friendly face and congenial personality of this respected gentleman, Mr. Arthur S. Lyness.The Canadian Players present: HAMLET PEER GYNT College Theater Stunt Night 1st Place: Intersorority Pledges 2nd Place: Sigma Phi Epsilon 3rd Place: Rural LifeEdward F. Michals Wisconsin Rapids Secondary: Major — Conservation Minors — History, Biology, Gen. Science Newman Club. SENIOR CLASS OF 1957 Neita Nelson Winchester Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minors — Gen. Science, Art Home Ec Club, Inter-sorority Council (Pres.), Girl’s Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Iris, LSA, Tau Gamma Beta (Vice Pres.). President: l.ouis Korlli Vice President: Jerry Drake Secretary: Trieva Anderson Treasurer: Hay Stroik Student Council: Betty Belli 117Richard G. Alnes Nekoosa Secondary: Major — Music Minor — Biology lpha Kappa Rho, Band, Choir. Margaret I. Bloom Rhinelander Secondary: Major — English Minors — Speech, History Sigma Tau Delia, Inter-Sorority Council, One Act Plays, Alpha Sigma Alpha (Pledge Mistress). Jeremiah L. Farrell Green Bay Secondary: Major — English Minors — Speech, History Sigma Tau Delta, Forum, Student Council, College Theatre, Pointer, Radio-TV Vorkshop, Newman Club, 550's, Y-Dcms. George E. Butler Stevens Point L S: Conservation, History AKL, Wesley. Delavan K indergarten-Pr imary Wesley, Primary Council, Tau Gamma Beta, Girl’s Glee Club. 118Gerald J. Dietsche Loyal - S: Conservation, Biology KL Nancy Nelson Sheboygan Intermediate-Upper Elementary ound Table, Alpha Sigma Aina. Janet Marie Bird Wisconsin Rapids Primary-Minor — Music Alpha Kappa Rho, Primary Council, Band, Mixed Choir, Omega Mu Chi. David K. Borchardt Edgar Intermediate —Upper Elementary Round Table, LSA, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Edelweiss Club. Edward Ferber Jr. Menomonic L S: Conservation, Biology AKL 119Dean A. Cayo Chippewa Falls Secondary: Major — Conservation Minors — Biology, Gen. Science VKL, Newman Club, Siascfi, •'ootball. Herbert W. Post VVautoma L Sc S: Conservation KL 120 Gilbert Schwarze Marshfield L S: Chemistry, Biology. George Bartelt Marathon Secondary: Major — Gen. Science Minors — Phy. Ed., History Forum, Wesley. Betty Woehlert Wausau Primary Primary Council, CWA, Girl's Glee Club, Wesley (Pres.), Tau Gamma Beta (Vice Pres.).Raymond Lepak Marathon L S: Major —Geography Minor — English Roger Winnie Wausau Intermediate- Upper Elementary lound Table, Men’s Glee Club, igma Phi Epsilon. Phyllis Schwab Rhinelander Primary Primary Council, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Donald Feit Dancy Intermediate-Upper Elementary Rural Life, Round Table, Base ball. John Potter Madison Secondary: Major — History Minors — Phy. Ed., English Football, S Club 121William J. Hansen Marshfield Secondary: Major — Biology Minors — Gen. Science, History gma Zeta, Forum (Pres.), 550’s Greg Kryshak Stevens Point L S: Major — English Minors — Philosophy, Psychology Newman Club, Alpha Beta Rho. Dorothy B. Richter Minocqua Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minor — Gen. Science Home Ec Club. Jack Green Milton L S: Conservation, Biology-Si asefi "1 have only time to conquer big worlds today.” 122Anthony J. Gollon Stevens Point L 8c S: Major — History Minors — Geography, Sociology s'cwman Club, Edelweiss. Mel Sonnentag Laona 1 S: Conservation, Biology fewman Club, Alpha Beta Rno, 'rack. Elaine Eskritt Stevens Point Primary Primary Council, Girls Glee Club, Gamma Delta, Tau Gamma Beta, Orchesis (Pres.). Donald H. Nice Portage Intermediate-Upper Elementary Minor — Geography Round Table, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Football. Philip Greenway Wisconsin Rapids Intermediate-Upper Elementary Round Fable, S Club, Baseball. 123u John S. Plenke Wisconsin Rapids L S: Major — Conservation Minors — Biology, Gen. Science Men’s Glee Club, Alpha Beta Rho, Siasefi. Patricia A. Scotia Amherst Junction Primary Minor — Phy. Ed. Primary Council, CWA Board, Band, Glee Club (Treas.), Mixed Choir, Newman Club, Tau Gamma Beta, WRA (Vice Pres.), 124 Drum Majorette.Betty A. Be hi Antigo L 8c S: Major — Chemistry Minors — Physics, Mathematics udent Council (Pres.); Sigma ita, Iris, Omega Mu Chi ?res.), Girl’s Glee Club, Chris-an Science Organization. Ora Lee Erickson Abbotsford Primary Primary Council, Trigon. Robert J. Smiley Stevens Point Secondary: Major — Conservation Minors — Biology, History AKL Beverly Diver Leo Nelsonville Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minor — Gen. Science Home Ec Club, LSA. 125 Jack Pease Wyocena .Veslev, Baseball, Student Cotin :il. Lyalyn Gyldevand Waupaca Secondary: Major — History Minors — French, Geograj»hy 126 Delores Paiser Gresham Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minors — Art, General Science Newman Club, Tau Gamma Beta. Jack Pickert Stevens Point L S: Conservation AKL Howard F. Buckoski Bowler Secondary: Major — Gcograj hy Minors — History,Social Science Newman Club, Phi Sigma Ej si Ion.Janet Lee Madison Marshfield Kindergarten-Primary Minors — English, History Sigma Tau Delta, Primary Council, Student Council, Student Union Board, CWA Board, Inter-sorority Council, Girl's Glee Club, College Theatre, Pointer, Christian Science Organization, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Y-Dems, Nelson Hall President. 127 Robert Grosse Little Suamico Intermediate-Upper Elementary Round Table, Band, Newmai Club, 550's. Art Feldman Wonewoc Secondary: Major — Geography Minors — Phy. Ed., English Forum, Phi Sigma Epsilon.Gerald E. Knight Wisconsin Rapids L S: Major — U.S. History Minors — Political Science, Sociology. Lewis Koehn Jr. Nckoosa L S: Major — History Minors — Conservation, Biology, Social Science Sigma Phi Epsilon Grace Schulz Colby Intermediate-Elementary Alpha Kappa Rho, Round Table, Mixed Choir, Girl’s Glee Club, Band, Swing Band, Pointer, Gamma Delta, Edelweiss Club. CWA. Lee Bernsteen Rhinelander Secondary: Major — History Minors — English, Social Science Sigma Tau Delta, "College Cats," Swing Band, Wordsworth Editor, 550’s. Lee Wade Marshfield Secondary: Major — Biology Minor — Conservation, Geography 128Robert W. Pradt Wausau Secondary: Major — English Minors — Art, History Sigma Tau Delta (Treas.) Men's Glee Club, Alpha Phi Omega (Pres.), Y-Gop (Pres.), 550’s. Roland Marsh Stevens Point Secondary: Major — Mathematics Minor — Music SA, Alpha Beta Rho, Alpha appa Rho, Choir, Operas. Treiva Mae Anderson Sturgeon Bay Primary Primary Council, Dorm Council, Cwa Board, Girls Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Wesley, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Senior Class Officer. Frank Zaske Portage Secondary: History, Political Science % Kathryn Witkowski Stevens Point Rural Education 129. __________________________________ Fae Mary EUinger Oxford L S: Home Economics, Gen. Science Home Ec Club, CVVA, Wesley, Cheerleader, WRA. Jan Beamish Port Edward Primary Minor — History Primary Council, CWA Trcas., Girls Glee Club, Wesley, Omega Mu Chi. Raymond J. Stroik .Stevens Point L S: Major — History Minors — Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology Pointer, Critique, New'm a n Club, Class Officer. Sharon Zentncr New Glarus Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minors — Speech, Gen. Science Home Ec. Club, Inter-sorority Council, Pointer, Radio-TV Workshop, Wesley, Omega Mu 130 Chi (Pres.). Thomas Alton Tate Wisconsin Rapids Secondary: Major — Histor Minors — Geography, Social Science Alpha Beta Rho, Siascfi (PresMargaret Kiefer Stevens Point Intermediate-Upper Elementary Round Table, Newman Club, Inter-sorority Council, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Jeanne Roeske Tiger ton Primary Primary Council, I)orm Council, Girl’s Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Newman Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Lovell “Oooody” Ives Marshfield Secondary: Major — Music Minor — Geography Alpha Kappa Rho (Pres.), Mixed Choir, Orchestra, Brass Ensemble, Swing Band, Band (Pres.), Phi Sigma Epsilon (Pres.). Joel R. Weaver Woodruff Secondary: Major — History Minors — Geography, Social Scienc'e Forum, Inter-fraternity Council. Men’s Glee Club, College Theatre, Wesley, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Y-Dcms. Douglas Tanner Stevens Point Interipediate-Upper Elementary Siasefi 131James Hopkins Jr. Marion L S: Conservation, Biology Iris, Pointer, Siasefi. Mildred Giebink (Mrs.) Waupun Girl’s Glee Club, Mrs. CSC ) William Wicke Merrill Intermediate-Upper Elementary Gamma Delta (Pres.), Pointer, Alpha Beta Rho, Alpha Phi Omega, Men’s Glee Club, Oper- as. Charlotte Loberg Nelsonville Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minor — Gen. Science Alpha Kappa Rho, Home Ec Club, Girl’s Glee Club, Choir, Operas, Gamma Delta, Tau Gamma Beta. Dave Spindler Stevens Point Secondary: Major — Mathematics Minors — Gen. Science, Physics Band, Swing Band, Trigon, Phi Sigma Epsilon. 132Elda Schrader Amigo Intermediate — Upper Elementary Round Table, Girl’s Glee Club. "It’s the aesthetic that appeals to the intellect” John A. Miller, Jr. Stevens Point L Sc S: History Alpha Psi Omega, Inter-fraternity Council, Men’s Glee Club, College Theatre (Pres.), Canterbury, Phi Sigma Epsilon. James Andersen Wisconsin Dells Secondary: Major — History Minor — Music Alpha Kappa Rho, Band, Choir, Interfraternity Council, Glee Club, Brass Ensemble, LSA, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Joanne Weber Kellnersville Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minors — English, Gen. Science Home Ec. Club (Pres.), Dorm Council, Newman Club, Tau Gamma Beta. 133Jerome R. Hajenga Merrill L S: Mathematics, Physics Men's Glee Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega. Lawrence Brooks Laona L S: Major — History Minor — Political Science 134 Darlene D. Schimke New London Secondary: Major — Englis Minors — French, History Sigma Tau Delta, CWA Boar Newman Club, Tau Gamma E ta, Dorm Council, WRA. Donna Butson Platteville Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minor — Gen. Science Home Ec Club, Band, Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Wesley. Ardelle Nancy Sobczak Stevens Point Kindergarten-Primary Minor — Art Primary Council, Omega } Chi, Iris.Donald Crowns Wisconsin Rapids Intermediate-Upper Elementary Barbara Nickels Chicago, Illinois Intermediate-Upper Elementary Sally Miller Stevens Point L S: Major — English Minor — Art Sigma Tau Delta, Girls Glee Club, Operas, College Theatre (Vice Pres.), Canterbury. Cleo F. Peterson Stevens Point Secondary: Major — History Minors — English, Speech College Theatre, Newman Club. Mrs. CSC. Dale I). Lightfuss Ogdensburg Secondary: Major — Mathematics Minors — Physics, Gen. Science Men’s Glee Club, Pointer, Tau Kappa Epsilon (Sec.), Inter-fraternity Council, Ski Club, Forum (Sec. Treas.). 135wmwjwm “CENTRAL SL Edward Fravell Minocqua L S: Conservation, Biology AKL (Vice Pres.), S Club, Baseball. William D. Frizzell Nelsonville Intermediate-Upper Elementary Minor — Phy. Ed. Round Table 136 Helen Bovee Jersey Clintonville Primary Primary Council, CWA Board, Band, Chorus, Newman Club, Omega Mu Chi, Freshman Class Secretary. Harvey G. Luebben Jr. Appleton L S: Major — Conservation Minors — English, Histon AKL, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Muriel Beamish Port Edwards L $: Major — Gen. Scieno Minor — History Girls Glee Club, Wesley, Orneg; Mu Chi.Bene Rustad Jordan Amherst Junction L S: Major — English Minors — French, Speech allege Theatre, LSA, Omega u Chi. Donna Trickey Plainfield jeondary: Major — English Minors — History, French s, Tau Gamma Beta. Vivian Morgan Marathon Secondary: Major — Biology Minors — Mathematics, English Sigma Zeta, Girl’s Glee Club. Alpha Sigma Alpha. 137 Mary Ann Puwalowski Stevens Point Primary Minor — English Sigma Tau Delta, Primary Council, Pointer, Newman Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Franklin S. Kalmon Medford Intermediate-Upper Elementary Round Table, Men’s Glee Club, Choir, Newman Club.Phil Lukowicz Owen L S: Biology, Conservation KL, Newman Club, Siasefi. Judith Lee Heintz Wausau Primary-Minor — English Sigma Tau Delta, Primary Council, Dorm Council, Girl’s Glee Club, Wesley, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Roger Kucksdorf Shawano Intermediate-Upper Elementary Alpha Beta Rho 138 Walter M. Drzewieniecki Stevens Point L S: History Deidre Manney Mosinee L S: Major — English Minor — Music Alpha Kappa Rho, Girl’s Gle Club, Newman Club, Omegf Mu Chi. Robert (Bob) Summerfelt Nekoosa Secondary: Major — Biology Minors — Conservation, History Sigma Zcta (Pres.), Sigma Phi Epsilon. Lily Sturkol Hurley Intermediate-Upper Elementary taund Table, LSA, Alpha Sigma Vlpha. George Stuckey Green Bay L S: History, English 139 Mary Lou Uttermark A u burn dale Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minor — Gen. Science Home Ec Club Albert Pcsko Phillips Secondary: Major — Chemistry Minors — Physics, Mathematics Sigma Zcta, Newman Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon.Thomas R. Farrell Green Bay Secondary: Majors — Biology, Conservation Minor — Gen. Science Sigma Zeta, AKL, Dorm Council, 550's, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Marie Doro Waupaca Kindergarten — Primary Alpha Kappa Rho, Primary Council (Pres.), CWA, Student Council, Mixed Choir, Band, Swing Band, One Act Plays, Pointer, Newman Club. Omega Mu Chi (Pres.), Cheerleader. Donna Siudzinski Denmark Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minors — Art, Gen. Science Home Ec. Club, Newman Club. HO Rodger Nybcrg Brant wood Intermediate Upper Elementary Round Table. Orv Koepke Appleton Secondary: Major — World History Minors — Phy. Ed., Gen. Science Phi Sigma Epsilon, 550's, S Club,Ronald Thomas Wausau Secondary: Major — Biology Minors — History, Social Science Forum, LSA, Sigma Phi Epsilon. J. George Mayer Nekoosa L S: Major — History Minor — Social Science College Theatre. George H. Seeburger Phillips Secondary: Major — Biology Minors — History, Gen. Science AKL, Inter-fraternity Council, Trigon, Alpha Beta Rho. Helen Schlack Eagle River Primary Alpha Kappa Rho (Treas.), Primary Council (Vice Pres.), CWA (Treas.), Mixed Choir, Girl’s Glee Club, Accompanist, Newman Club, Tau Gamma Beta (Secretary). Verna Tomfohrde Arpin Secondary: Major — Home Economics Minors — English, Gen. Science iome Ec Club, Trigon, Omega Mu Chi. 141 Louis M. Korth Antigo Secondary: Major — Mathematics Minors — Physics, Gen. Science Newman Club (Pres.), Ski ClubRosemary Kreidler Plymouth Primary Primary Council, CWA Board, Newman Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha (Membership Director), Nelson Hall Vice President. Carl I. Boettcher Shawano Intermediate- Upper Elementary Round Table, Men’s Glee Club, Mixed Choir, Gamma Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Jerry Madison Marshfield Secondary: Major — History Minors — English, .Social Science Sigma Tau Delta, Intcr-fratern ity Council, One Act Plays Three Act Plays, Pointer Edi tor, Christian Science Organiza lion, Tau Kappa Epsilon (Pres.) Y-Dcms. N. A. (Tony) Werner Tomahawk Secondary: Major Mathematics Minors — Gen. Science, Physics Sigma Zeta, Pointer, Wesley. Mary Lund Rhinelander Secondary: Major — English Minor — Speech, Biology LSA. Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Sigma Alpha. H2 Harlan Adams Rio Secondary: Major — Biology Minors — Music, History Sigma Zeta, Alpha Kappa Rho, Band, Choir, Phi Sigma Epsilon. Golf.jm Janice Lee Scheidegger Rhinelander Primary Primary Council, LSA, Alpha Sigma Alpha (Trcas.). James R. Miller Platteville L S: (Conservation AKL, Student Council (Treas.) Dorm Council, College Theatre, Three Act Plays, Pointer, Iris, Canterbury, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Inter-fraternity, Student Union Board. Jean Getchell Merrill Primary Primary Council, CWA, Gamma Delta, Junior Class Officer, Girls Glee Club (Pres.), Choir, Tau Gamma Beta (Pres.), Edelweiss Club. Goldene Schmoker Oshkosh Primary Girl’s Glee Club, Wesley, Tau Gamma Beta, Edelweiss Club. 143 Lois Bartels Wausau 3 yr. Rural Rural Life, ETA, Girls Glee Club, Iris, Gamma Delta. Arden Hoffmann Marathon Rural Education Minor — Art Rural Life, Men's Glee Club, College Theatre, Wesley, Sigma Phi Epsilon.TWO YEAR RURAL GRADUATES “On the other hand, suppose Pogo’s canal fails" Louella Freeberg Wisconsin Rapids Nathalie Pierre Shiocton Joanne Wallner Wisconsin RapidsTHE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Convenient and Friendly Banking Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Looking over his decision on a new suit from Penneys — Tony Pass is choosing one of Penney’s versatile mix-match suits. Truly, a value packed assortment of the finest in the latest styles. And best of all. they fit any budget. As many CSC married couples, A1 Curtis and his wife the planning and buying for a bouncing baby e crib must be a Lullabye.” 145"Hello Young Lovers Where ever You Are" could very well be the themcsong of Otterlee's Jewelry Store . . . all admire cherishable, lasting gifts. Taylor’s South Side Prescription Drug Store where parking is convenient. Welsby’s Dry Cleaning . . where you can trust your finest, The Wisconsin River . . . symbol of Central State in spring . . . heritage of lumbering kings . . . pride of Stevens Point because of industries like the Whiting Plover Paper Company. 146When the Delzcll men need their clothes cleaned in a hurry, or a .vhite shirt ready for that special date, they know for fast, depend-ible, service they can't beat Nortnington's.When planning your dream kitchen, consult Breitenstein Co. :or the most modern and up to date Frigidairc □roducts. Letters, folders, reports, booklets, catalog sheets, etc., are some of the variety of printing and lithography work produced by the Journal Printing Company. What girl wouldn’t be proud to furnish her home with this lovely, nationally famous furniture, available only at Kremb's Furniture, where you pay no money down and have up to three full years to pay. 148For the occasional sportsman, or the full-time sportsman, you'll find the Sport Shop, 422 Main, can fill all your sporting needs. busy Central State lad hurries on another of his errands pleased th the quick service of the First itional Bank. The convenient, e checking service they render r organizations on campus really is all of the busy treasurers of ?$e groups, too . . . personalized ecks look so exciting. For something "New" in women's apparel see . . . Campbell’s Shopping Center of Stevens Point i 149Sorenson's Floral invites you to visit their new flower shop and select your corsages or any other floral needs. Personalized service is our by-word. For everything in school supplies visit Emmons Stationery and Office Supply Company, 144 Strongs Avenue. HANNON Walgreen Agency 441 Main St. — Phone 555 — Stevens Point, VVis. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY One of the trucks being readied to deliver another load of those fine dairy products sold by West's Dairy. 150You are always welcome at Westenbcrger’s for your lunch, snack, or your favorite soda dish or drugs. Rosalyn Lee models one of the many lovely dresses from The Quality Store . . . many other coeds like the cute clothes they find there. A welcome sign that greets CSC's picnicers on their way to enjoy themselves at Iverson Park . . . welcome sign to the apartment dwellers with budgets . . . also welcomes students back from vacations ... year-round joy to the faculty. I.G.A. — the sign of welcome here and all over the country.l - j v ■' ’ w?Sj S ....: :.‘:.r 4S? fc'" - "rJ" •« ifegu w - v: .V ‘ .... rt „ ix „ wv - tV ... -A. U» 4«l-V‘ J r 1 $k. »oi “ ,v v, s i «v it j«k ♦««£'to I iu. 'V- •'. “..-» • v v w k WfflL iri . ' ixr. ul .Mkfc. Along with other Stevens Point business firms, Hardware Mutuals have helped make possible The May Roach Student Fund . .. which has meant annual scholarships and temporary loans for college students . . . There’s always an open door for Central State people at Hardware Mutuals. When parents come to Stevens Point to visit their college student off springs, they know the place to stay is the Hotel Whiting. Bills Shoe Store features all nationally advertised brands of footwear for the entire family.FACULTY ADMINISTRATION Hansen. William C. — 8 Andersen. A. Sidonc - 91 Anderson. Dr. H. A. — Anderson. Robert — 42. 93 Bainter. Monica — 98 Barnes. John W. — 102 Blakeslec. Richard — 42 Blodgett. Alice K. — 57 Boylan. Kenneth — 102 Brodhagrn. Eugene N. — 41 Burroughs. Leland — 58 Carlstcn. Edna — 61 Chang. T. K - 112 Clements. William - 57. 70 Cross. Jack L. - 37. 66. 110 Crow. Frank - 71. 75 Cutnaw. Edith - 110 Cychosz. Agnes — 91 Czaplinski. Bernice — Daniel. Alice — III Davit. Doris — 111 Davis. Mildred — 46 Dixon. George — 104 Donovan. Nancy — Eagon. Burdette — 65. 75 Epple. Aral - 69. 101 Faust. Gilbert - 34. 75. 92 Fortune. Michael — 57 Fothergill, Garland — 104 Glcnnon. Bertha — 57 Gotham. Raymond — 10 Haferbccker. Gordon — 9 Hansen. Axel — 111 Hansen. Mary Louise — Harrcr. Alfred W. - 32. 87 Harris. Albert E - 105 Henry, Joseph — 73 Hibbs. Clyde - III Hicks. James — 92 Hill. Ethel - 60 Isaacson. Pauline — 117 Jenkins. Warren - 10. 38 Jones. Agnes — Jones. Helen E. — 60 Kampenga. Dorothy — 110 Kampenga. Ncls — 61 Keats, Norman — 61. 98 Kellogg. I.ulu — 110 Kellogg. Vivian — Kcrst. Marjorie — 76, 80 Kieliszcwski. Carol - 91 Knut en. Nonnan — 70 Kiemple. Frcderich - 112 Kroner. Peter — 114 Lewis. Robert S. — 58 Lsness. Arthur S. - 100. 115 Marple. Hugo - 71. 81 Mason. Syble — 61 McCormick. Barbara — 91 Meshak. Jean — 91 Moore. Robert — 110 Morrison. Clifford — 40 Neubergcr. Mary — Nyquist. Edna - 57 Pearson. Franklin — 103 Pfiffner. Elizabeth - 10. 75 Pierce. Josephine — 45 Pierson. Edgar — 100 Punke. Virginia — 110 Quandt. Hale - 41. 82 Radkc. Or land — 103 Ravey. Phyllis. - 74. 78 Reilly. Patrica - 70 Reppen. Nels — 105 Rice. Orville - 99 Rightscll. Raymond M. — 10. 43 Ritchie. Margaret — 61 Roberts. John — 10, 29. 30. 65 Rolfson. Carolyn G. — 91 Runke. Henry - 61 Rupert. Donald -Sachs. Irving — 65 Samter. Mary - 74. 78 Schelfhout. Marjorie — 108. 109 Schmeeckle. Fred - 101 Sietmann. Katherine — 110 Sigmund. Elwin — 43 Simpson. Robert — 60 Smith, Mary Elizabeth — 57 Spechl. Raymond — 6. 7 Swallow. Marie — Sylvester. Walter - 93 Thompson. Mary Elizabeth — 58. 59. 66 Thomson. Gladys — Tryiten. Roland - 80. 92. 99 Van Arsdale. Gladys — 76. 80 Weinstein. Howard — III Welch. Cecilia - 110 Wicvcl. Bernard — 33 Williams. Mildrede - 110 Wilson. Emily — III Woiciehoski. Grace — 91 STUDENTS Ablard. Lila (2) - 69 Adams. Harlan (4) - 71. 73. 142 Adams. James (2) — 50 Adams. Kathleen (I) - 12. 71. 80. 96 Ainsworth. Pauline (2) — 48. 80 Alberb. Robert (I)------80 Albert. Gerald (3) - 34. 105 Albrecht. Norbert (I) — Alnes. Richard (4) - 71. 73. 74. 118 Altmann. Agnes (2) -Amacher. James (I) — 12 Atnacher. Ronald (2) — Amundsen. David (2) — Andelman. Jacqueline (2) — Anderson. Arlington (3) — 34. 70. 105 Anderson. Dean (I) — 12. 73 Anderson. George H. (2) — 50 Anderson. Grace (S) — 73 Anderson. Irene (4) — Anderson. James (4) - 34. 75. 133 Anderson. Louise (3) -Anderson. Roy (2) — 82 Anderson. Susan (!) — 12 Anderson. Treiva (4) - 69. 70. 129 Anderson. William (I) — 12 Anderson. William E. (3) — Anderson. William W. (3) — Appleton. William (I) — 92 Arvan. George (3) — 105 Aschcnbrcnner. James (I) — 12 Aske. Jerry (2) - 50 Atkinson. Shirley (I) — 12 Aton. Hazel (S) — Atsalis. Theodore (I) - 73. 112 Attoe. Alton (3) — Ayers. Edward (2) — Babicky. Patrick (2) - 50 Bablitch. Barbara (I) - 12 Bablitch. Mary (2) - 80. 90 Bach. Robert (2) — 40 Bacher. William (3) - 34. 70. 75. 92. 105 Baehler. Diane (2) - 39. 46. 48. 71. 75. 80. 90 Baer. Dick (I) - 12 Bailey. Clinton (I) — 73 Baldwin. Sherri (I) — 12. 73 Baldwin. Wayne (I) — 12. 70 Ballenger. Carl (2) — 32. 51 Ballweg. Delores (I) - 12 Bannach. Barbara (I) — 12 Bannach. Michael (I) — 12 Bannach. Robert (S) — 55, 70 Barrone. Nancy (I) — 12 Bartels. lasts (3) - 70. 105. 140 Bartclt. George (4) — 120 Battling. Mtitle (4) -Bantch (.eland (4) — Bartz. David (4) - 34. 70 Bayorgeon. A may (2) — Beamish. Janette (4) — 130 Beamish. Muriel (4) — 78. 136 Beaulieu. Pearl (I) - 12 Becker. Richard (3) - Beckwith. Eton (4) — 68. 74. 78. 81. 124 Beebe. Karen (3) - 28. 66. 70. 80. 100 Beer. Beverly (I) - 12 Behl. Betty (4) - 70. 74. 92. 125 Behnke. Sharyl (I) — 12 Bchrend. Calvin (I) — Belling. Helen (1) — 12 Bembcnek. Victor (1) — Betnge. Anthony (I) — 12 Bender. Gene (1) — 12 Benish. Ludmilla (S) — Bents. Jerry (2) — 70 Berg. Dale (3) — Berg. Jean (I) — 12 Berg. Wallace (2) — BergcT. Muriel (4) — 43. 71. 73 Bergman. Roger (!) — Bernvteen. Ixc (4) — 57. 128 Berry. Dave (I) — 12 Berth. Emalee (2) — 42. 46. 50. 71. Bcrtolino. Doris (I) — Bertolino. Gail (I) — Bessette. Dennis (I) — 12 Betty. Donald (3) — 32 Bidgood. 1-eroy (2) - 92 Biechlier. Marilyn (2) — Bicrman. Mantes (I) — 12. 70 Biessman. Bruce (2) — Bird. Janet (4) - 73. 119 Bird. Sam (2) - 55 Bjerkaas. Roger (2) — 48 Blackman. Robert T. (2) — 92 Blair. Pat (2) - 48 Blake. I-ois (2) - 39. 47. 66. 75. 80 75 Blake. Tom (1) - IS Blaskowsky. Audrey (4) - 124 Blcncoe. Aaron (I) — Bloch. David (2) — Bloch. Dorothy (2) — Blom. Dixie (2) — 53 90 Blomiley. Robert (4) — Bloom. Diana (4) — 57. 95 Bloom. Dick (I) - 13 Bloom. Margaret (4) - 39. 7. 118 Bloom. Sandra (5) — 69. 80. 92 Blosscr. John (2) - 42. 50. 87 Blvstad. Charles (2) — 49. 70 Boicher. Iris (3) - 68. 81. 100 Boehm. James (I) — Boehmer. Paul (2) — Bother. Kenneth (1) — Boers. Gayle (I) — 13 Boettcher. Carl (4) - 34. 70. 71. 142 Boge. Ratmond (I) — 13 Bohanski.' Edmund (3) - 105. 143 Bohm. Frederick (3) — Boldig. James (3) — 40. 82 Boldt. Gene (I) — Borchardt, David (4) — 34. 119 Borlce. Cecilia (3) — 59 Bostad. Robert (4) - 29. 30. 40. 41. 82 Boudry. Helen (2) — Boudrv. John (4) — Boudry. Robert (2) — Bourcier. Jane (3) - 143 Bovce. Everette (I) — Bowen. Barbara (2) — 42. 70 Boter. Joanne (I) — 13 Braaksma. Gerald (I) — Braatz. Mary (3) - 42. 58. 59. 99 Bradlev. Jerome rS) — Bradley. Mary Lee (2) - 68. 70. 81 Bradwav. Allen (I) — 13 Bracm. Ronald (I) — 13 Brandt. Douglas (I) — Bratz. Bette (I) -Braun. Bev (I) — 13 Braun. Carol (3) - 73. 105 Braun. Rosella fS) - 70. 78. 105 Brcde. Jane (I) — 13 Breit. Kenneth (2) — Brckke. lax R. (I) - 13. 30. 40 Brenner. Barbara (2) - 78. 102 Briselden. James (3) — 99 Brooks. I aw rente (4) — 134 Brost. Julien (2) — 38 Brest. I out is 2) -Brown. Judith (2) — 50 Brown. Lillie (I) - IS. 71. 75 Brown. Richard (1) Bructtc. Ann (2) - 43 Uruhn. Winifred (I) — 13 Bruner. Beverly (I) - 13. 70 Bros . (Jerald (3) - 34. 39. 70. 92. 104 Buchanan. Richard (I) — Bucher. William .2) - 37. 46. 56. 66. 70. 75 Buckbergcr. Patrick 3) - 102 Buckovki. Howard (4) - 32. 33. 126 Buettner. Jerry Buggs. Charlotte (3) — 39 Buggs. Mary Jo (2) — 28. 42. 43. 78 Bukolt. James (3) — 112 Burant. I'erry (I) — 13 Burkart. Joseph (I) — Burkett. Jean (3) - 69. 70. 105 Buss. Wayne (3) - 38. 40. 105 Butler. George (4) — 118 Button. Donna (4) — 131 Buttke. Carol (2) — 54 Camber. Mary Ann 2) - 59. 71. 74. 75 Cappel. Darrel 2) — 40. 47 Carney, John (I) — IS Carpenter. Nathan (1) — Carstensen. Lucile (3) — Casanova. Don (I) — 13 Catberg. Kay (I) - 13. 71 Case. Bob (2) Case. Geraldine (I) — Caskey. William (I) - 13. 70 Cassidy. Patrick (I) - 13 C athcart. Lyle (2) -Cawkinv, Royal (I) — IS Caycc. Nancy (4) -Cavlor. Robert (2) - 48. 59 Cavo. Dean (4) - 40. 120 Cepck. Judy (1)- 13 Chapman. John (2) — 48 Chapman. Ronald ($) — 58. 70 Charlcsworth, John (3) — 30. 41 Charmley. Thomas (I) — Cheatle. James (I) — Check. William (3) -Cherefc. I-eroy (I) — Cherney. Arlene (3) — Cherncy. Lucille (2) — Cherney. Marvin (I) — Chcscbro. Donald (4) - 32. 58. 71. 73. 74 (hesebro. Robert (2) - 32. 73. 51 (bickering. Sylvester (2) - 70. 71. 75. 49 Chlebowski. Jerry (3) — Christ. Margaret (4) - 70. 80 Christiansen. Colleen 3) — 70. 80 Christensen. Conrad (2) — Christensen. Richard 2) — Christensen. Robert (I) — IS Christian. Edward (I) — 13 Chwac. Chvun-Sung (I) — Clark. Calvin (I) - 13. 69 Clark. James (4) — Clark. Sally (I) - 13 Clausen. Cal (1) - 30 Clay. Kathleen (1) — 14 Clayton. William (2) — 68. 70, 81 Clifford. Fae (S) -Cliver. Robert (4) - 34 Coburn. Barbara (3) — 105 Cole. Phillip (2) -Collard. James (2) - 38. 92. 114 Col lard. Patricia. (2) — Collier. Charles (2) — Collier. Karen. (1) - 14. 31. 70. 86 Colligan. Rebecca (I) - 14 (ollins. Thomas (2) — Colrue. Clara (4) - 70. 71. 80 (onion. Barbara (2) — 51 Conrad. Karl (3) — 58 Conradl. Joanne (I) — 14 Coogan. Richard (2) — Cook. lawrcncc (4) - 43. 70. 71. 80 Coombs. Wallace (2) - 52 Coon. Catherine (2) — 69. 143 Coon. Nancy (3) - 39. 69. 71. 72. 74. 76 Cooper. Daniel (2) — Copes. Fred (I) — Coulihurst. Bernard (I) — 14 Couiineau. Jackie (I) — 14 Cox. Richard (2) — Crane. Judy (I) - 14. 37. 69. 71. I IS Crowns. Donald (4) — 135 Crueger. Mary (I) - 14. 109 Cuff. Dorothy (3) - 68. 78. 81. 90. 100 Cunningham, lawrencr (I) — Curtis, F.loridge (4) — 34 Curtis. Eugene (I) — 14. 40 Curtis. Ruth (2) - 54 Cults. Richard (2) - 54. 56 Czerwonka. Maxine (2) — Dahlke. Richard (I) — 14 Dale. Dorothy (I) — Damon. Car sol (2) — 53 Damrau. James (S) — Damro. Richard (3) — 40. I CM Danielson. Don (2) — 34 Da like. Alan (3) - 41. 105 Darling. Diane (I) - 14. 90. 109 Davido. Sophio (2) — 51 Datis, Mary loni (2) 80. 109 Davit. Rex (3) — Dean. Charles (I) — Dean, Gary (I) — 14 l can. Ixary (I) — Dcdcckcr. Dennis (3) - 40 Deitte. Dale (I) - 14 DePuy. George (2) - 30. 41 Dcmbach. Joseph (I) — 82 Devon port. Dave (2) — Dickenson. Robert (2) — 36 Dickman. Reinald (I) — Dietsche. Gerald (4) — 119 Diimar. Ix rrainc (2) — 70. 109. 143 Diver. Beverly (4) - 125 Doran. Tcrcssa (3) — 143 Dorn. Norman (I) — 14. 70, 87 Doro. Marie (4) 74. 75. 78. 79 Dorst. James (I) Doyle. Mars lx u (I) - 14 Draegcr. Raymond (I) — 14 Drake. Gregory (2) — Drcgcr. Joan (I) — 14 Drifita. John 3) - 102 Druckrey. William (3) — 102 Drzcwicnietki. Walter (4) — 66. 138 Duchac. Judy (2) — 45. 56 Duckett. Odell (S) — Duda. johnny (I) — 14 Dumonthier. Glenn (2) - 36 Dunbar. Jim (I) - 14. 30 Dunigan. Edward (3) — 103 Dunn. Robert (I) — 14 Dupuis. Joan (3) — 70. 101 Duranceau. Janet (3) — 105. 109 Dustin. Kas (I) - 14. 71. 80 Dziadosz. William (I) -Easton, Jerry (2) — 53Ebert. Kenneth (I) — M Ebert. Paul (I) -Eel. lean (2) — 50 Etk. Roger (S) -Edcr. Richard (I) — Edward . Daniel (I) — Ella. John (I) - 14. 40 Ella, Lois (2) — Ei . Elaine (2) - 14 El lei man. Miriam (I) — 14 Ellingcr. Fae (4) — 150 Ellingson. Donna (2) Elliot. Marvin S) — Elliot. Ro (2) — Ernmcl. Sally IS) — Endle. Kav (I) - 14 F.ngcbrccht. Keith (I) - 15 Engel. Jame (2) - 38. 47. 73 English. Clayton (I) — 15 Erdman. Charles (I) — 15 Erdmann. Ruby (3) — Erickson. Jacqueline (I) — 15. 73 Erickson. Jerome (2) — Erickson. Oral.ee (4) — 125 Erickson. Richard (I) — 15 Eskiitl. Elaine (4) - 70. 80. 123 Eskritt. Harry (I) -Eskritt. Marilyn (I) - 15 Esler. Jack (I) — 15 Estacio. Rosoario (I) - 15. 70 Fabidak. Donald (I) - 15 Fachliug. James (2) -Faming. Max (I) — IS Farrell. Cary (I) — Farrell. Jeremiah (4) — 57. 71. 75. 118 Farrell. Michael (4) - 04 Farrell. Thomas (4) - 92. 44 Fassbcndcr. Eugene (3) — Faust. Cordon (3) - 32. 39. 101 Fcdderly. Bette (I) - 15. 71 Feit. Donald (4) - 121 Feldman. Arthur (4) — 32. 127 Felix. Ronald (I) — Fellenr. Robert (2) — Fellow . Harold (I) - 15 Fcllz. Ron (I) - 15 Fenske. Ralph (3) - 36 Ferber. Edward (4) — 119 Fiedler. tais Jean (I) - IS. 81 Fiedorowicz. George (I) — FlliU. Jim (I) - IS Fink. Orville (2) - 41. 48. 87 Flaherty. Stephen (I) — 15 Flaherty. Thomas (I) — 15 Flatoff. Edwin (2) -Fleig. Jame (3) -Fletcher. John (3) — Fochs. Ralph (I) — Foil. Alphonse (2) — 34 Foltz. Ben (3) — Folz. David (2) Fortier. William (I) Foti. Ikon (2) -Fox. David (I) - 15 Frankland. John (I) — 15 Franson. Jack (2) -Franc. Nathalie (3) -Fran kc. Don net h (I) — 15 Fra veil. Edward (4) - 130 Free berg. tauclla 2) - 143 Frci. Cary (I) - 15. 70. 71 Freiberg. Mary (3) -Frizzell. William (4) - ISO Froeba. Norman (3) — Fruin. Marlene (2) - 54 Fuller. Jeanette (3) - 15. 78. 101 Fuller. Neil (2) -Cacke. Leonard (3) -(.allion. Bonnie (I) — IS Gardner. Dale (I) — IS Gardner. David (I) — 15 Gardner. Donna (I) — 15. 73 Cardner. Russell (2) — Cat ke. Jean (3) - 92. 103 Can. Paul (I) - 15 Cauerke. Jeanette (I) — 10. 73 Caulke. Elaine (2) — 55 Gault. Addle (I) - 16 Cburek. David (I) - 16 Cehre . tais (2) - 56 Gehrkc. Nancy (I) — 16 Geirner. Zita Mae (I) — 16 Genett. Don ll) — 16 Gen rich. Carol (2) — 49. 143 Gertmhak. Andre (3) — Geichell. Jean (4) - 70. 76. 80. 140 Gibb . Boyd (I) - 16. 73 Gibson. Jerrv (I) — 16 Giebink. Mildred 4) - 70. 132 Gict ewski. Myron (3) — 101 Ciesc. Frederick (3) — Glese. Sharia (3) - 70 Gilbert. Charles (2) - 50 Gilbert. Jon (1) — Gilbert. Ralph (I) -Gjcnnundton. Sharon (2) — 70. 72. 76. 80. 49 Glover. Eugene (3) — 38. 39 Goddard. Gary (I) -Codle ki. Eugene (1) — 16 Godson. Sharon (2) — Goehring. Joan (3) — 69 Goldsmith. Richard (3) — Gollnick. Harlan (1) — 16 Col Ion. Anthony (4) — 123 Golomski. Arlene (S) — Gordon. Mary Ann (I) — 16 Co h, nnettc (I) — 16 Ctage. Glenn (I) — Grasamkee. Rhody (3) — Grauden. Dewayne (2) — Grav. Phillip fl) - 16 Grechling. Neil (3) - 34. 42. 43 Green. John A. (I) — 16 Green. John (4) - 40. 122 Green. Joyce (1) — Green. Rita (2) — 48 Greenewav. Phil (4) - 123 Grimm. Allene (2) — 45. 49. 72. 76 Grimm. Richard 2) — Grisham. Clarence (2) — Crobc. Louis (3) — 32. 39 Gronewald. LaVeme (3) — Cronvki. John (I) — 16 Groshek. Sylvia (I) — 16 Gross. Margaret (2) — 56 Crosse. Robdt (4) - 75. 127 Grove. Stanley (I) — 16. 36 Crow. Earl (4) - 42. 44. 57. 58. 59 Grttbba. Marlene (3) — 80 Gruel. Carol (2) - 56 Grtunan. Thomas (2) — 59. 96 Guay. Allyn (I) — 16 CuelchcT. William (I) - 16 Guensburg. Jem (2) — GuetKhow. Lee (I) — 16. 82 Gullikson. Gary (I) — 16 Gunderson. Cyldc (1) — (•underson. tarry (2) — Gwidt. LcRov (2) -Gvldenvand. Lualyn (4) — 126 Haas. Clifford (2) -Ha beck. Merlyn (2) - 32. 40. 41. 82 Hafetbeckcr. Judy (I) - 16. 59. 66 llagedorn. Ramon (2) — 52. 70 Hager. Nancy (3) - 39. 57. 73. 76. 77. 80. 81. 90. 101. 113 Hahnrr. George (3) — Hajcnga. Jerome (4) — 36. 134 Haka. Ed (2) -I Eilada. Geraldine (3) — 103 Hamilton. Franklin (I) — 16 Hamilton. Ronald fl) — Handrich, Cordon. (I) — 16 Handt. Rochelle (2) — Hanes. Robert (2) — S3 llankc. Marlene (3) — 39. 78. 101 llanke. Richard (3) — Hanley, Dennis (3) — Hannaman. Jame (I) — llannemann. Joyce (3) - 72. 76. 70. 90 liannentan. tarty (2) — Hansen. Anna (I) — Hansen. Frank (3) — 70. 92. 98 llansen. Karen (I) - 16. 70. 71 Hansen. Mary Ix u (S) — 76. 72 Hansen. Richard (3) - 34. 38. 70 Hansen. William. J. (4) - 122 Hanson. Roberta (S) — Hanson. Sylvia 3) — Harmsen. Carl (2) — Harper. John (2) — 51. 70 Harrington. Donald (I) — 16 Hattneit. John (1) — 30 Hassel. Herbert (2) -Hatton. Dick (I) — 17 Hauber. Jack (2) -Haugen. Jani (I) — 17 Hayward. John f2) — 43 llavward. Kathryn 2) — 43 Heckman. Jay (I) — 17 Hrdlsetg. Nancy (3) — llcdin. Arlvn fl) - 17. 80 Hedin. Carol (3) - 100 lleffetnan. Nancv (3) — 74. 78. 100 Heimer. tairv (2) — 54 llein. Ron (I) - 17. 30. 87 Heinrich. Carol (I) - 17. 109 Helntz. Judith (4) - 57. 69. 70. 76. 72. 138 Hclgeson. Jerelyn 2) — 49 Helmke, Lynne (I) 17. 109 Henderson. John (2) — 68. 81 Henderson. Lennart (I) — 17 Henke. Donna fl) — 17 llennes. Karlcen (2) — 54 Herlache. James (I) — 17 Herman. Annette (I) — 17 Hermann. Valaric (3) — 72. 76. 70. 105 Hermton. Ronald (I) — 17 Heucr. Marilyn (3) — Hickey. Jerry (I) — Higgins. Thomas (3) — 101 Hintz. Chester (I) — 17 Hint . Donald (2) — Hipke. Cecil (I) - 17 flinch. BesetI (I) - 17. 71 liitzler. Ted (2) - 32. 35. 71. 75 Hoag. Lynetlc (I) — Huaguc. George (I) — 17 Hoekstra. Richard (I) — 17 Hoenisch. Ronald (3) — 30. 31 Hoerter. Robert (2) — Hoewisch. Walmer (I) — 17. 70 Hoff. Gary 2) - 55 Hoffman. Arden (4) - 69. 70. 140 Hoffman. James (I) — 17 Hoganson. James (I) — 17 Hohenstein. Jean (3) — 78, 104 Holman. Darrell. (I) — 17 Holman. Nancy (3) — Holtebcck. David (2) - 55 Holubetz. Darrell (I) - 17. 71. 75 Hooper. June (I) — 17. 69. 71 Hopkins, lame (4) — 40. 132 Hoppe. Alvina (2) — 143 Hoppe. Mary (3) - 70. 78. 101 Horvath. William (I) - 17. 70 Houtarv. Richard (I) - 17 Howe. i)erl (3) - 59 Hrbacekc. lone (I) — 17 Huber. Yvonne (2) — 55 Hucttner. Eugene (I) — Huh. Jang Hwe (2) — Hummel. William (2) — 52 Hunt. Stuart 2) — 56 Hunter. Claire (3) — Hurhan. Mary Ann (2) — Hurlbut. Betty (3) - 80. 90 Hurley. Catherine (I) — 18 Hyscll. Theodore (2) — Ingvalson. Richard (I) — Iverson. Judith (2) — 54 Iverson. Sherman (2) — Ives, John (4) — Ive . Lowell (4) - 32. 71. 73. 74. 131 Jablonske. Judy (I) — 18 Jacoboski, Joseph (I) — 18 Jacob . Lyle (2) — aeckel. Wayne (2) - 32. 73 Jaeger. John (I) - Jakcl. Dale (2) -akcla. Richard (2) — anke. Beth (I) — 18 ankowski. Erwin (I) — 18 anz. Ronald (3) — eckle. Joan 3) - 90. 100. 114. 45 Jeffery. Richard (3) - 105 enkins. Barbara (2) — 59. 72. 76. 75 enkins. Betty (S) — ensen. Carol. J. (I) - 18. 70. 109 ensen. Marlene (I) — 18. 80 ensen. Nancy (2) — 46. 78. 80. 109 Jenson. Ardyce 2) - 50 Jersey. David (4) — 95 JeneV. Helen (4) - 78. 136 Jersey. Joseph (3) — e kc. Fed (4) — 38 e ke. Wyona (2) — 56 c sc. Albert (2) -Jochem. Betty (3) — Johnson. Alan (2) — Johnson. Allan (I) - 18 Johnson. Jame (2) — 47 Johnson. Nfarv (I) — 18 Johnson. Peggv (2) — 55. 90 Johnson. Richard (3) — Johnson. Robert (2) — Johnson. Rodncv (3) — Johnson. Ruvscll (3) — Johnson. Sue (3) — 69. 70. 100 Johnston. Tcrrie (I) — 18 Johnston. Wavnc (3) - 32. 98 Jone . John (I) — lone . John P. (3) — 90 lone . Lynn 2) — Jone . Stephen (I) — 18 Jone . Terry fl) — 18. 92 Jorgenson. David fl) — Jozwiak. James fl) — 18 Judd. Curtis (2) — Judd. Nancy (I) — Julien. Ralph (I) — 69 iuracka. Robert (3) — 105 urgella. Carl fS) - 30. 40. 41 list even. Rodney (2) — 46. 96. 113 .aczmarck. Gilbert (I) — 18 Kage. Amelia (S) — Kagcl. Jerome (I) — 18 Kaimon. Franklin (4) — 71. 137 Kalupa. Francis fl) — Kantkc. Phillip (2) — 30. 53 Kane. Dorothy (I) — 18 Karg. Melvin (S) — 92 Karier. Betty (I) - 18. 70 Karp. Dave fl) - 18. 58. 59 Karschney. Tracella f!) — Kassing. Cecil (2) — Kastner. Nettie fS) - 70 Kastner. William 2) — 51 Kawleski. Vicky (I) - 18 Kaus . Floyd 2) - 55. 73 Kawalvke. Robert fl) - 18 Kehl. Donald (3) - 104 Keller. Gilbert (2) - 52 Kcllcv. Patricia (3) — 78 Kellog. Brucce (I) -Kerl. Ronald (2) - 58. 53 Kersten. Lee (I) — 18 Kestlv. Fred (3) - 30. 32. 41. 82. 96. 102 Kev er. Larry (I) — Kiefer. Margaret (4) - 39. 72. 76. 90. 131 Kieffer. Patricia (2) -Kiefert. Jame fl) — 18. 71 Kijek. Evelyn (4) — Kile. Dean (I)------18 Kim Yong Joo (I) — Kimball. George (I) — King. Jame (2) — 52 Kingsley. Barbara (3) — Kinnunen. Katherine (1) — 18. 109 Kirchmeyer. Carole (2) — 69 Kitrman. Gerald (I) — 18 Klein. Kenneth (I) — 18 Klein. Robert (2) — 48. 53 Kleisi. Mary (I) - 19 Klessig. Robert (I) — 19 Klimaszewski. Mary (2) — 51. 73. 109 Klimkc. Eugene (I) — 19 Kloev Glenn (I) — 19 Klun. Bill (2) - 36 Knight. Alan (2) — 36. 39 Knight. Charle (4) — Knight. Gerald f4) — 128 Knoll. Darlene (I) -Knuteson. George (1) — 19. 70 Knutson. Murncll (I) — 19. 80 Koats. Dennis (I) — Kohishop. Clarence (I) — 19. 30. 41 Koch. Marian (I) - 19 Koehn. Eugene (4) — Koehn. tawi (4) — 128 Koehn. Tony (I) - 30. 42 Koenig. Marjorie (I) — Koepke. Orville (4) - 32 Koesliall. Pete (I) -Kohli. Norman (I) — Kolden. tala (2) — Kolinski. James (I) - 19 Koltz. John (I) — Konkol. Nancy (I) — 19 Kopp. William (3) — Kop| crud. Barbara fS) — Korbal. Joe (3) -Korbel. Barbara (2) — Kortbcin. Duane (I) — Koith. Dudley fl) -Korth. Louis 4) — 141 Kostr ak. John fl) — 19 Kostr ak. Russell fl) - 19 Kotchy. Loretta f2) — Kote . Kenneth (5) — Korlowski. William fl) — 19 Krall. Donald fl) -Kreidler. Rosemary f4) — 72. 76. 142 Krcic. Duane (2) — 50 Krems. James 12) — 52. 38 Kricck. William (3) - 70 Krinke. Vivian (2) — 56 Krishman. S. M. fS) — Kroeplin. Karl (I) — Ktolow. Robert (2) — Kropidlowski. Kenneth fl) — Krubsack. Darlene (2) — 71 Krueger. Roland S) — KrulL Jack f2) - 82 Kru icki. Joann (2) — Kryshak. Gregory f4) - 38. 122 Krvsiak. Daniel fl) — 19 Kubach. David (2) - 56 Kubiaczvk. Mike (I) — Kubisiak. John (I) - 19Kucharrak. Mary Ann (!) — Kuchsdorf. Roger (4) - 58. 158 Kudla. Jerome (I) - 19. 32. 40 Kulas. Gregory (2) — 46 Kumm. Wayne (2) — 54 Kusmierersk. Don (I) — Kucclla. James (I) — Lacina. Clarence (I) — 30 lacina. Raymond (2) — I .a Mere. David (I) - 19 landerinan. Bernard (4) — Landretti. Marilyn (3) — I .a ramie. Jamet (3) — larkee. Robert (I) - 19 Larson. James (I) — I arson. Joyce (4) - 94 Larson. Margaret (I) — 19. 71 I .a non. Nona (!) — Larson. Roger (I) — 19 Lasrewski. Peter (2) — Latsch. Lawson (|) - 19. 92 Lau. Ralph (2) — Lauden. Ronald (3) — 99 Lauritren. Mary (2) — S3. 78. 90 Lee. Rotalyn 2) - 28. 29. 37. 48. 69. 72. 76 Lee. Syng Al (2) - 72. 76 Lee. Young Soon (1) — lehntan. Duane R. (I) — 19. 70 l liman. Patricck (2) — Lefnwandcr. Melvin (I) - 19 Lcinsvandcr. Patrick (I) — lemaneik. Patricia (I) — Lenr. Miram (2) — 51 ixpak. I-ouis (I) — 19 Lepak. Ray (4) - 121 Lettau. John (3) — Levandutke. Velda (I) — 19 Levendoske. James (I) — 19 Lewis. Carol (1) — 20 Lewi . Gordon (I) - 20. 66 IxwLs. Helen (3) - 75. 78. 79. 48. 101 Lewis. Huntley (2) — Lcyda. Ann (I) - 20. 69. 73 Lichienwalner. Harley (I) — Lichen. I-eroy (1) — 20 lJcbl. Marianne (I) — 20. 109 IJghUutt. Dale (4) - 36. 42. 70. 135 IJIa. Frank (2) — Lind. I-orraine (I) — 109 Link. Shirley (I) - 70 l.inskcns. Donald (2) - Lipke. Carol (I) — l.itile. Nancy 2) — l-obeig. Charloiie (4) - 74 . 80. 132 Loflit. Margaret (I) — 20 Iwkemoen. John (2) — lawmans. Dale (4) — 73 Ixwmis. John (I) — 20 l.o esec. I-eroy (2) — 52 l-ow. Sylvia (I) - 1-owman. I.snn (3) — Lubinski. Allen (I) - 20 Lucas. John (I) — Lucas. Mary (4) — 72. 76. 95 l.udeman. tester (3) — 30, 40 l.ucbbcn. Harvey (4) - 136 Lucbke. Donald (3) - 38. 39. 58 Luebstorf. Latent 2) - 32. 41. 82 l.ueck. John (S) — Lucdike. Audrey (3) — Luedtkc. Jim (!) - 30. 40. 41 l.uhring. Inga (3) — 72 Lukowicr. Mike (I) — 20 Lukowkz. Phillip (4) - 40. 138 Lund. Deraid (I) - 20 Lund. Marcia (I) — 20 Lund. Mary (4) - 142 Lunda. Cary (3) — Lund berg. Priscilla (2) - 71. 73. 74. 75. 54 Lutz. LaVern (!) — 51 Maahs. Marjorie (3) — 99 MacLachlan. Neal (I) — 20. 71 Madison. Janet (4) - 43. 57. 66. 75. 77. 127. 70 Madison. Jerry (4) 36. 37. 39. 43. 57. 66. 142 Magnin. Janet (I) — 20 Magultki. Michael (2) — Maher. Robert (I) - 20. 73 Maier. Ronald (I) -Maines. John (2) - 55 Malchow. Judy (I) -Malliet. Rot (I) — Maltbey. Duane (I) — 20 Maltbcv. Larry (I) — 70. 82 Malueg. Betty (I) - 70. 71 Malucg. Don (I) — 20 Malueg. Jem (I) — Mankowski. Bernadine (I) — Manney. Deidre (4) - 70. 74. 78. 135 Manthey. Barbara (I) - 20. 70 Marinack. Mary Ann (I) — 20 Marko. James 3) — 40. 41. 82 Marko. l-eonard (3) — Marko. Richard (3) - 32. 40. 41. 73. 82 Marsh. Roland (4) - 71. 74. 80. 129 Martens. Nona (3) - 71. 75. 70. 78 Martin. Donald J. (I) - 20 Martinson. Marjorie (2) — 46. 109 Martin. Betty (!) — 49 Martin. Joanne (2) — Maslowski. Mary (I) - 109 Massey. Paul (2) — Mathey. Marjo (I) - 20. 90 Matsuoka. Helen (2) - 54. 69. 70. 72. 76 Matthews. William (3) - 73. 99 Matuszak. Edward (I) — Mauel. Diane (I) — 20 Mayek. James (I) — Mayer, f. George (4) — 141 McCamley. Peter (!) — McCarthy. Shirley (I) - 20. 109 McCauley. Harriet (1) - 71 McCormick. Fred (I) -McDonald. Ann (I) - 20 McElroy. Glenn (!) — Mclnnis. Pat (2) — Mclver. I-oit (!) -Me I vcr. Werner (2) -McKenzie. Jack (!) — 48. 59 Mcl-endon. Anne (4) — 70 McLendon, Robert (2) — 43. 48. 68. 71. 75. 81 McUarky. C. Michael (1) -McMaster. Audtey (I) - 20 Mc.Million. Arthur (I) — Mcckelberg. Ronald (I) — Medo. Eselyn (1) - 20. 43. 70. 109 Mehlbrech. Wayne (I) — 20 Meicher. Patricia (3) - 102 Meinholdt. Joan (I) — Melbye. Anne Catherine (S) — Melchoir. Joseph (I) — Meleski. Rosemary (I) - 109 Melrcr. Charles (I) — Menrol. Gerald (2) - 43. 68. 81 Menrol. Patricia (4) - 43. 68. 81. 95 Merkatoris. Lois (I) - 20. 109 Messing. Jeanette (!) — Metrgcr. Myrtle (3) -Metirel. George (I) — Mcuret. Gerald (!) — 41. 54. 87 Meyer. Edward (2) — Mover. leonard (3) — 92 Michalik. James (I) — 30 Michals. Edward (4) - 117 Michaltki. Mary (2) - 49 Mikolajczak. Kenneth (2) — 99 Millard. Emms (I) - 20. 70. 109 Miller. James. R 4) - 42. 66. 75. 140 Miller. Jerome M. (2) — Miller. Jem J. (!) — Miller. John A. (4) - 133 Miller. John Adam (!) — Miller. John P. (4) - Miller. N'orbert (I) - 30. 41 Miller. Rita (I) - Miller. Sally (4) - 59. 135 Milliken. Roy (!) - Mills. Sue (!) - 71. 80. 90 Mitiorowski. Ronald (!) — 34. 39. 55 Nlisner. Daniel (2) - 56 Mlsna. Harold i2) - 53 Moirerg. Glenn Jr. (3) — Mode. William (3) — Moede. Carl (I) - 92 Mohr. Thomas (I) — Molepske. Richard (!) — Monk. Charles (2) - 46 Monroe. Suranne (3) — 80. 101 Monton. Nancv (4) — Morgan. Vivian (4) - 72. 76. 92. 137 Moroll. Ronald (2) — Morris. George (I) — Mortetisen. Normcn (I) — Moss. Mvron (I) — 21 Morurh. Bernard (S) — Mrochcck. Cerald (!) — 51 Muck. Suranne (3) - 72. 76. 98. 80 Mueller. Donna (I) — 20. 69 Mueller. Elaine (I) — 20 Munderloh. Rhonda (S) — Murdock. Luclla (3) — 80. 100 Muthintkl. Robert (I) — 20 Nadeau. Thomas t2) — Nadolski. Theresa (2) - 70 Narlow. Ronda (!) — 55 Nehring. Jatme (I) — 20 Ncider. Nancy (I) — Nelson. Carol J. (3) - 69. 99 Nelson. James E. (2) — Nelson. Nancv (4) - 80. 119 -Nelson. Neita (4) - 76. 117 Nelson. Ronald L. (I) — Nelson. Ronald N. (I) — Nelson. Rosemary (S) — Neufeld. Robert (I) - 20 Newby. Colita (2) - 75. 78. 79 Newby. Lydclt (4) — Newby. Richard (I) — Nice. Donald (4) - 34. 123 Nickels. Barbara (4) — 135 Niemann. Julei (I) — Niemuth. Elaine (3) — 101. 109 Nikolay. Sonia (3) — Ninncman. Gene (I) — Nitke. John (I) - 20 Nixon. Mary (2) — 56 Nomads. Beverly (I) — Nomads. Charles (3) — 32 Nordlund. Carolyn (3) — 101 Norten. Glen (2) — 31 Nottleman. Janis (3) - 72. 73. 76. 88 Nouke. Bruno (I) — 20 Novak. Marjorie (I) — Novandcr. Russell (!) — Novotnv. Charles (!) — Nowicki. Helen (I) - 20. 73 Nugent. Robert (I) — Nyberg. Rodger (4) -Nylund. Maigticrita (I) — O'Donnell. Robett (I) — OKccfc. William (I) - 21 Oktay, Larry (I) - 20 Olson. Alton (2) - 55. 71 Olson. Beinadyne (I) — 21 Olson. Darlene (I) — Olson. Duane (2) -Olson. Rut (!) - 52 Olson. Sharon (S) (I) — 20 Olson. Sonja (I) — 20 Ometntk. Barbara (!) — 70 Opichka. Rose (!) - 53 Opperntan. Shirley (!) — 53 Osncss, Dale (I) — Otowtki. Don (I) -Osterkil. Robert (I) — Ostrowski. Joan (3) — Ostrowski. Mvron (I) — 20 Ott. Robert (I) -Otto. Hjib.ita (I) — 68 Otto. laVerne (2) - 48. 80 Outcelt. Ray (I) - 20 Paatch. Date (I) — 36 Pad. Armin (4) - 124 Paiser. Delores (4) — 126 Pajewski. Robert (I) — 20 Fallen. Joan (I) — 20 Pantcr. Irene (3) — Paiiuettc. James (!) — Parks. Raymond (3) — 99 Pass. Anthony (2) - 34. 70. KM Patterson. Charles (2) — Patterson. James (4) — 33. 34 Patterson. Robert (2) — Paulson, John R. (I) — 20 Paulson, John W. (I) — 20 Pautr, Mary Ann (!) — 52 Pawclski. Catherine (2) -Pardra. Jim (I) - 20 Peabodv. Judy (I) — 20. 109 Pease. Jack (4) - 41. 126 Pecorc. Sandra (I) - 20 Pclikan. Joseph (3) - 102 Penney. Robert (I) -Peotter. Jovce (I) — 22 Perkoftki. Patricia (I) - 22 Perner. Albert (3) - 71. 73. 74. 99 Pesko. Albert (4) - 36. 92 139 Peters. Joan (S) — Peters. Richard (2) — Peterson. Donald (I) — Peterson. Carolyn (I) — 22 Peterson. Cleo (4) — 135 Peterson. Gary (I) - 22 Peterson. John (3) — Peterson. Lorraine (2) — 55 Peterson. Mary 3) — Peterson. Robert (3) — Peterson. Tom II) — 22 Pctcison. Virginia (2) — 55 Petiuska. Joyce (2) — Pfeiffer. James (2) — Pfistcr. lorn (I)— Phillips. Iwretta (I) — 31. 86 Pichette. Jane (2) — 55 Pickett. Jack (4) - 126 Piehl. Marilyn (3) — 43. 68. 70. 81 Pierre. Nathalie (!) - 59. 72. 76. 143 Pilot. Robert (3) - 34 - Pinegar. Anne (I) — Pinkowsky, Jeny (!) - 30 Pitsch. Charles (!) - 36. 50 Plenke. John (4) - 58. 40. 124 Plonke. Robert (I) - 22 Pochanayon. Siwan (!) — 50 Polhamus, Eselyn (3) — 72. 73. 76. 99 Polivka. Thcroti (!) — 92 Pollock. David (I) -Popcck. Dorothy (!) — 51 Porter. Wendell (I) - 22 Post. Herbert (4) — 120 Potter. Daehla (!) — Potter. John (4) — 121 Potter. Ralph (2) — Powlcs. Claron (I) — 22 Pradt. Robert (4) - 57. 129 Pricbc. Elaine (!) — 48. 70 Prielipp. Bob (3) - 42. 44. 92 Prill. Edvrard (I) — Pritu. JeTTy (I) — Prohasfca. Rudolph (!) — Pronr. Patricia (I) — 22. 59 Prusynski. Karin (I) — Prunty. Patrick (I) - 22 Pruntv. Paul (S) -Prutr. Helen (2) -Pumper. Fred (I) - 22 Purcell. Edward (!) — Purcell. James (2) — Pusheck. Jeanette (I) - 22 Puwalowski. Fred (2) - 70 Puwalowski. Mary Ann (4) - 72, 76. 137 Race. Ardis (3) — 69 Radde. Richard (3) - 66 Radtoff. Gloria (2)- 78. 113 Radue. Betty Jane (2) — 109 Raikowski. Constance (!) — 95 Raimer. Gerald (I) — 22 Raschke. Robert (3) — Rasmussen. James (!) — Rasmussen Jerc (!) - 53 Rasmussen. Paul (2) — Rasmussen. Vem (3) — 99 Rathcrmal. Glenn (I) — 22 Rathjen. Barbara (3) — Rarner. Ronald (!) — Reading. Patricia (3) - 80. 101 Residing. Ervin. (3) — Reed. Amy (I) — 22 Reeths. Mary Ann (2) -Reetr. Alvin (3) — Reetr. Ronald (4) — Reichert. Cynthia (!) — Reif. Jim (I) - 22 Reinert. Kay (I) — 22 Reinholdt. William (2) — Rember. Marcine (I) — Rerin. Sue (2) — 70 Rice. Clyde (I) -Rice. Richard (I) - 22 Richard. Gloria (I) - 22. 70 Richards. James (3) — 70. 80 Richter, tkuoihv B. (4) — 122 Rieth. Mary (!) - 50 Rifenbeny. Billy (!) - 50. 99 Rilcv. James (5) — 38. 98 Ristow. Rita (2) - 80. IIS Rohack. Rita (2) -Rolienon, Janies (I) — 22 Robinson. Ben (I) — Robinson. I.snn (I) — Robinum. Phil (I) — 69. 71 Robles. Alice (2) - 70 Roche. Patricia (I) — 22. 71. 75 Rodacr. Ronald (!) — 50 Rodgers. Harold (I) — 71 Roetke. Jeanne (4) — 72. 76. 131 Rogers. Robert (2) — 30 Kokin. William (I) — Roloff. Kenneth (4) - 41 Roman. Fran (3) — 41. 102 Roman. George (3) — 30. 41 Romaniki. Roger (I) - 22 Roscnkranr. Gertrude (S) — 57. 70 Ross. David S) — Ross. John (3) — Ross. Nancy (I) - 22. 109 Rosial. Eleanor (3) - 31. 72. 80. 86. 98. 108 Rothe. Harry (2) — Rucintki. Joseph (3) — 101 Rucintki. Philip (4) - 117 Rucintki. Rose (3) - 99 Ruhtam. Janet 2) — 54. 68. 81 Rulteh. Sue (I) - 22 Runge. Emily (I) — 22. 73 Rutiad. Betty (I) — Rustad. Robert (2) — 36 Rutherford. Tom (4) —Rutkowski. Arlene (S — 70 Ryan. John T. (I) — Ryskoski. Donald (2) — Saegcr, David (I) — Sager. Paul (2) -Safa. Frederick (I) — 23 Salvin. Byron. (I) — 23 Salvinski. John (I) — Salzwcdel. Kenneth (2) — 38 Sander . Patricia (3) — Sank . Donna (3) — 70 Saundei . Myron (1) — Sarama. John (4) — Schadewald. Paul - 69. 98 Schaefer. James (I) - 23 Schallert. Rav (Dale) (1) - 23. 30. 31. 40 Schart. Ktdon (I) — Scheibe. Wesley (I) - 23. 87 Scheidegger. Janice (4) — 72. 76. 140 Scheller. Robert (I) - 23 Schcrwinski. Datrell (1) — Scheurell. Robert (3) — Schieb. Mary Lou (2) — 70 Schill. David (2) — 51 Schillak. John (I) — Schimke. Darlene (4) — 80. 134 Schlack. Helen (4) - 74. 70. 80. 141 Schtollman. Joyce (3) — 74. 80. 90. 92. 98. 107 Schmidt. Elaine (I) — 23 Schmidt. Harlan (4) — Schmidt. Wayne I). (4) - 127 Schmidt. Wayne louis (3) — 101 Schmit. Corryn (I) — 23 Schmokcr. Coldene (4) — 70, 80 Schmoll. Shirley (I) - 23 Schnabel. William (I) — Schneeberg. David (3) — Schocn. Jerome (2) — 41. 80 Scholl . Herbert (2) - 30 Schowaltcr. James (2) — 46 Schrader. F.lda (4) - 70. 133 Schuh. Cecil (2) - 46 Schult . John (2) — Schul . Grace (4) - 71. 74. 128 Schwab. Phyliss. (4) - 72. 73. 76. 77. 121 Schvrart . Duane (I) — 23 Schwar e. GilbeM (4) — 121 Schwcntncr. James (I) — 23 Scott. Ann (I) — 23 Scribner. Anna (4) — 94 Scribner. Patricia (4) — 80. 95 Scribner. William (2) — 38. 69. 70 Searlc . Robert .4) — Seavey. Thomas i2) — Secord. David (3) — 92 Sederstrom. Clifford (I) — 23. 92 Sceburger. George (4) — 38. 141 Seefeldt. Eugene (I) - 23. 80 Seefeldt. Ledce (2) - 32 Seefeldt. Maxine (3) — 104 Sechafer. Carol (2) - 52. 69 Schnert. Carl (I) — Seif. Caryl (I) - 23. 66. 80 Sefcel. William (2) - 52. 82 Selk. June (I) - 23. 109 Sengvtock. Robert (2) - 34. 41 Set her, Jack (2) — Seveiion. Alvin (I) — 23 Severson. Florence (2) — Shafranvki. Jame (2) — 40 Shaugcr. John (I) — 23. 71 Shaurette. Irene (4) — 71. 74. 73 Shaw. Peri (3) — Shelter. Fred (I) - 23 Shelley. John (3) — Sheridan. John (2) — 51 Sherman. Bette (I) — Shermon. Leon (I) — 23 Sherwood. John (I) — 23 Sherwood. John (3) — Shield. Sonja (2) - 90. 10! Shiel . Patrick (3) - 38. 70. 104 -Shipimki. John (I) — Shuda. Alex (3) - 30 Shunk. H McDonald (I) -Sickingcr. Gail (I) — 70 Simomon. louann (I) — 23. 37. 71. 80 Sine. Riley (I) - 23 Sind intki. Donna (4) — Skailand. Dennis (3) — Skalit ky. Nancy (3) - 78. 101 Skaltki. Marcella (3) - 28. 77. 80. 81 90. 101 Skinner. Allan 2) — 54 Slack. Pat (I) - 23. 70 Slagowski. Shirley (I) — 23 Slamka. Robert (3) - 102. 113. 116 Slicker. Ru (I) - 24 Smekrud. Harvey (I) — 24 Smiley. Robert (4) - 125 Smith. Delmont (2) — Smith. Donald (I) -Smith. Geraldine (3) — 102 Smith. John L. (4) - 40. 94 Smith. Nona (3) - 72. 76. 92. 99 Smyth. Evelyn (I) — 24 Sobc ak. Ardcllc (4) - 78. 134 Somet . Sharon (2) — Somer . Ronald (3) — 101 Sommer . Gracec (I) - 24. 31. 71. 75. 86. 109 Sonnentag. Melvin (4) — 38. 123. 44 Sopa, Adeline (2) — 109 Sorenson. Annette (I) — 24 Sorenvon. Eugene (2) — 30. 46. 87 Sorge. Evan (2) — Soicbcer, Jani (2) — 43 Southworth. Richard (I) — Saver. Jame (2) — Spade. Phil (2) — Spark . Lionel (1) — 24 Speertlra. Crctchen (I) — 108. 113 Spec . Thomas (3) - 70. 71 Spiegel. Jerome (3) — 80 Spindler. Dave (4) — 132 Spindler. Richard 3) - 71. 75 Spletitto er. Patricia (2) — Spranger. Valaric (3) -Sroda. Joanne (I) — Sroda. Leroy (I) — 24 Sroda. Patricia (4) - 80. 70. 108. 124 Sroda. Ron (I) — 24 Stacke. Wanda (3) — Stadlcr. Joseph (I) — Stange. Marjorie (2) — Staniwewski. Theodore (2) — 55 Stark. David (3) - 103 Stark . Conrad (I) — Stuck. Paul (3) -Steelman. Sandra (I) - 70 Stein hach. I .eon (2) — Steinforth. Rosemarie (S) — 59 Steinkamp, William (4) — Steinke. Mary Ann (2) — Steiro. Bob (I) - 24 Stciro. Kenneth. (2) — Stephenson. Jean (I) — 24 Sternit ky. Betty Jane (I) — 24 Stiffen. Marian (I) — Stitnac. Russ (2) — Stoeberl. Ralph (I) — 24 Stoeberl. Ruth (2) — Stoflet. Donna (I) — 24 Stolcson. Barbara (I) - 24. 80 Stone. Fowler (2) — Storm. Gctald (2) — 51 Strand. Eugene (3) — 100 Strand. Orin (I) — 24 Strancr. M. Susan (I) — 24 Straner. Richard (I) — 24 Straucr. Richard (4) — 36 Strau . Gilbert (I) - 24. 43. 92 Stroik. Raymond (4) — 130 Stubbs. I iwrence (I) — Stuckey. George (4) — 139 Studinski. Dave (I) — 24 Stuiber. Dave (3) — 40 Stuiber. Ken (2) - 40 Sturkol. Lily (4) - 72. 76. 80. 139 Stut man. Robert (3) — Suhring. Carol (2) — Summrrfcldt. Robert (4) - 34. 92. 139 Summer . Allan (2) — 40 Summer . Dale (I) — 24 Summer . Linda (I) — 24. 80 Suprise. Kathleen (I) — 24. 45 Suprise. Wavne (I) - 24 Sutcliffe. John (I) - 24 Swaljug. Alice (I) — 24 Swctt. Dale (I) — 52 Sybcldon. John (3) — Syring. Wilma (2) — 55 S alkow ki. Nancy (3) - 101 Tabor. Robert (4) — Tarnminga James (I) — 25 Tammmga. Nathan (I) — 25 Tanner. Douglas (4) — 40. 131 Fanner. William (2) — 52 Tate. Thomas (4) - 38. 40. ISO Taylor. Thomas (I) - 25 Teesch. Donald (2) - 52 lellock. lorene (I) - 25. 70 Tepp. David (3) — Terhune. Patricia (2) — Terry. Byron (3) — Thaldorf. Lynn (I) - 25 Thie . Manuel (21 — 54 Thomas. Jame (3) — 101 Thoma . Marty (I) — 73 Thomas. Ronald (4) - 34. 141 Thomas. Thomas S. (I) - 25 Thomas. William (I) - 25 Thompson. Dave (I) — Thompson. Richard (I) — Thomson, Claire (3) — Thoreson. Gloria (2) — 54. IIS Thurston. Jay (2) — Ticknor. William (I) -Timm. Dennis (I) Timm. Richard (I) — Toepper. Donna (3) — 71. 78 Tolstcd. David (2) -Tomfohrdc. Verna (4) — 141 Topping. Doris (2) — 55 Tork. James (2) — Tor ewski. Adolph (4) — Toser. lima (S) — Trachte. Arnold (2) — Trainer. Marilyn (2) -Trctnel. James (3) — 30. 103 Trickey. Donna (4) - 80. 137 Trimbergcr. Eugene (4) — 94 Trull. Stewart (2) — Truikovnki. William (I) - 25 Tryc ak. Sylvia (4) -Tr ebny. Marvin (I) — Tus ka. Richard (3) — Tylinski. Virginia (3) - 101 L'ltcrmark. Mary I-ou (4) — 139 Valcnta. John (2) — Valiati . Alice (2) — Vallin. Raymond (I) — Van Airsdale, Gordon (I) — Vance. Gerald (4) - 30. 41 Vandcr Bergen. Thomas (2) — Vander Bloeman. Albert (I) - 25. 68. 81 Van der Laan, Margaret a (S) - 25. 69 Vander Velden, Thomas 2) — 54 Vander Waal. Judy (I) - 25 Van Duser. Jame (4) — 94 Vandyn lloven. Ken (I) — 25 Vania. John (2) - 38. 46 Van Schoycfc. Jennie (I) — 25 Van Vurcn. Carol (3) - 68. 78. 81. 100 Van Wormer. David (I) — Varney. Janet (3) — Viertel. Richard (2) Vojtech. Robert (I) - 25 Volbrecht. Ruth (2) — 80 Volkmen. John (I) — 25 Vollrath. Dale (2) — Votava. Charles (S) — Vrobel. l-ouise (I) - 25 Wade. Corinnc (4) - 69. 70. 80. 118 Wade. Lee (4) - 128 Wade. Ray (I) - 25 Wad inski. Ivan (3) — Wagner. Donna (3) — 102 Waide. Robert (2) — 47 Waite. Jim (2) - 54 Walch. Su annc (I) — 70 Walchcck. Kenneth (2) — Walker. Harry (2) — Walker. Martha (3) - 69. 71. 78. 101 Walkush. Richard (I) — 25 Wallner. Carol (2) — Wallner. Joanne (2) -Walters. Janet (2) — Walter . Wayne (I) — Walvoord. Jame (I) — Wanie. Richard (3) — 104 Wanke. Grace (I) — 25 Wanterxki. Kenneth (2) — 56. 92 Wanta. Donald (2) - 50. 70 Wanta. Donna (I) — 23 Wanta. Rita (I) — 109 Ware. Harlan (4) -Warner. Donna (I) — 25. 109 Washatka. Beatrice (2) — Waterman. Donald (2) — 53 Wavrunck. Jame (3) — 36 Wavrunek. Tom (I) — 36. 25 Wa enick. James (S) — 57 Weaver. Joe (4) - 34. 70. 131 Weber. Joanne (4) - 80. 133 Weber. Sandra (I) - 25 Webster. James (3) — Wegner. Anita (3) — 70 Wcigand. John (3) — 99 Weinmann Elizabeth (3) — Wei . Donna (I) — 25. 96 Weisenfeld. Jack (2) - 34. 47. 70. 90 Weisner. Nancy (I) - 26. 75. 71. 80 Welch. Darlene (2) - 47. 80 Welch. Orman (2) — Weller. Robert (4) -Wendier. Ilcne (I) - 70. 26 Wenzel. Bill (3) - 99 Wenzel Donald (I) - 25 Wenzel. Gilda (I) — 26 Wenzel. James F. (I) — 26 Wenzel. John (I) — Wernberg. Werner (I) — 26 Werner. Neb (2) — Werner, Norman (4) — Werner. Sally (4) - 105. 109 Wcrth. Walter (I) -Westbrook. Ruth (1) - 109 Westphal. Eugene (3) — 98 Wettphal. Glenn (I) — 80 Wheaton. John (2) -Whitehouse. Gerald (I) — 26 Whiteside. Alvina (3) — 99 Whiteside. Donald (3) — 99 Whitworth. Walter (3) - 101. 73 Wicke. William (4) - 43. 70. 71. 75. 132 Wickham. William (I) - 36. 26. 38 Widule. Theodore (2) — Wiedenhoeft. Gilbert (I) — 26 Wiggins. Robert (1) — Wight man. Charles (2) — 50 Wikum. Douglas (1) — Wilber. William (I) - 26 Wilk. August (2) -Willett. Sara Ann (I) - 108. 109 Williams. Barbara (I) - 26. 70 Williams. Richard (I) -Williamson. Jean (I) - 26 Willner. James (3) — 73 Wilson. Don (3) - 38. 99 Wilson. Fannell (I) — Windross. Beryl (2) — 52 Winnie. Roger (4) — 34. 120 Wipfli. Jon 2) — Wtshowski. Robert (2) - Will insky. Ronald (3) — 30. 31. 40. 42. 87 Witkowxki. Kathryn (4) — 129 Wodlarski. Monica (3) -WoehleTt. Betty (4) - 69. 70. 80. 120 Woerpel. loren (I) - 26. 29. 71. 86 Wohlbier. Carl (4) - 40 Wolff. Gene (3) - 103 Wolff. Richard (2) -Wolter. Carol (3) — Wolter. Bill (I) - 26. 44 Woo. Hack Kyun (I) — Woock. Gene (3) — Woodrell. Harold (I) - 26 Woodward. Gerald (I) — 26 Wordell. Donakl (I) - 26. 92 Worlund. Roger (3) - 104 Worzella. Margaret (I) - 26. 109 Wovak. David (2) - 54 Woyak. Ralph (I) — Wrzcsinski, Gary (I) — 26 Wvsocki. Elaine (S) — Yach. Gordon (I) - Yach. Marilyn (I) - 22. 109 Yach. M. Suzanne (2) - 75. 70. 78. 79. 109 Yetter. Henry (I) - 26. SO. 42. 87 Yingling. Norbert (2) — Yokers. Donald (1) — Yost. Ann (I) - 26. 70 Young. Andrew. (4) — 125 Young. Gerald (I) — 26 Young. Jerry (2) — 38. 47 Young. Ronald (2) — 51 Zatn ow, William (I) — Alike. Franklin (4) — Zei. Paul (4) - 58. 70. 95 ellhubcr. Don (I) - 26. 92 Zellinger. Laddie (2) - 54 elm. John (I) - 26 entner. Sharon f4) - 39. 74. 78. ISO .iebell, Richard (4) -Ziegler. Roberta (I) - 26 Zielinski. June (I) - 42 Zielsdorf. Lewis (2) -Zeimer. Marlyn (I) — Zimmennann. Barb (I) -Zimmermann. Donald (I) — 36 Zimmerman. Dudley (2) — Zimmerman. V. Anne (S) — 70. 78. 98 Z.ink. Angela (2) - 42. 45. 54. 71 Zukcaski. Kenneth (1) - Left to right: Mr. Simpson. Erickson, D.; Radde, D.; Stark. D.; Bucher, B.; Edwards, D.; I'ania, J. 3i 2 4 Tie Record: Whitewater St. Norbert Oshkosh 13» 2 14 Tie State Meet: LaCrosse Whitewater CSC Eau Claire River Falls Stout Milwaukee Platteville CSC CSC CSC C»v 1957 Let ter men Dave Stark Dick Radde Dick Erickson No. 1, 2, 3, men: Salzwedel, Koehn, Kubiaczyk Record: St. Norbert 5 CSC 4 Ripon 7 CSC. 2 La Crosse 9 CSC 0 Milwaukee 8 CSC 1 Whitewater 8 CSC 1 Left to right: Mr. Cross; Kubiaczyk. R.; Steinkamfi. li'.; Cliarlesworlh, ].: Salzwedel. K.: Cullikson, G.; Jeske, T.; Lukowicz, M.; Woodward, J.New records set this year: Cal Clausen threw the shot 44'5" to break Tom Brocklcy’s record. Mile relay team (Kestly, Westphal. Kiefert, Meurct) set record, 3:22.4 Clarence Grisham 6 Don Ryskoski tied school record in | ole vault, 12'6 Row 1: Senestock, R.: Wislinsky, It.; Westphal. 0.; Kiefert. }.; Ryskoski D.: Drake, Kestly. F.; Row 2: Fiedorowiez. C.: Scheibe. H ; Fuller. A'.; Peterson. C,.; Luebstorf, L.; Rice. R.; Meurct. ].; Mr. Harrer. Record: La Crosse Lakeland Quadrangular: Ripon Lawrence CSC Oshkosh St. Norbert Quadrangular: CSC River Falls Eau Claire Winona, Minn. State Meet: La Crosse U. of Wis. Mil. CSC River Falls Oshkosh Whitewater 1071 29 69i o 53 51 46» 2 38 831 2 471 0 17 15 CSC CSC CSC et Jo e 1957 Lettcrmen Cal Clausen Dick Cox Jerry Drake Neil Fuller Clarence Grisham Fritz Kestly Jim Kiefert Laverne Luebstorf Gerald Meuret Dick Rice Don Ryskoski Wes Scheibe Bob Sengstock Glenn Westphal » JHONORARY CAPTAINS: Running Events: Fritz Kestly Field Events: Jerry DrakePhil Greenway I Most Valuable Record: Ripon 5 CSC 4 Ripon 1 CSC 13 Eau Claire 9 CSC 6 Eau Claire 3 CSC 8 Milwaukee 5 CSC 7 Milwaukee 1 CSC 2 Whitewater 11 CSC 1 Whitewater 6 CSC 0 Oshkosh 3 CSC 4 Oshkosh 9 CSC 2 Jack Pease -- Captainr H I N D In Eighty Minutes Sig Episodes, 1957 "Jean” Bender — Paris fashion model. Ardenine Hoffmanovitch — Russian ballet dancer.One Act Plays Overtones by Alice Gerstenberg Directed by Barbara Bowen, Mary Lund and Donna Trickey Cast: Harriet ....................... Barbara Jenkins Hetty (Harriet's inner self) .. Mary Ann Camber Margaret .......... -.......... Nathalie Pierre Maggie (Margaret’s inner self) .. Margaret Bloom Seven Women by Sir James Barrie Directed by Betty Jordan and Jeremiah Farrell Cast: Mrs. Tovcy .............................. Jean Gctchcll Mr. Tovcy .................... Patrick Collier Captain Rattray. R. N..... Donald Harrington Leonora ......................... Marie Doro Maid ..................... Beatrice Washatka Lady of Larkspur Lotion by Tennessee Williams Directed by Sharon Zentner Cast: Mrt. Hardwickc Moore .... Rosemarie Stcinfurth Mrs. Wire.................. Emma Jane Millard The Writer ...................... Tom Grunian Queen: Marge Kiefer King: John Jones Ever bod gels into i e ct junior prom, May 4th,Donna Sanks, Pal Reading, Margie Christ, Betty Woehlert Wyatt Erp, Barb Bannach, Lila Ablard, Pat Sroda, Gretchcn Speerstra Char Loberg, Joyce Schlollman. Connie Wade, Neila Nelson Marcie Skalski, Lolly Schlack, Jean Gatzke, Judy Haferbecker, iliev Braun, Mary Lou BablitchAWARDS DAY ASSEMBLY AWARDS: Lovell Ives — Music Robert Searles — Conservation Tom Farrell — Conservation Bob Bosiad — John Smith — Athletic Norbert Miller — Blankets iohn Potter — Lcn Roloff — Orv Kocpke — Joe Goodrich Athletic Dave Spindlcr — J. V. Collins Mathematics Betty Bchl — Student Government Dick Spindler — and Jim Miller — Leadership Orv Koepke — Student Council Fellowship Jan Madison — Student Council Fellowship Sandra Bloom — Culver Rogers Science Bob Summerfeldt — Sigma Zeta Mary Braatz — Sigma Fau Delta Bob Dickinson — Wordsworth Mary Ann Camber — Wordsworth Dale Schallert - S Club Joyce Schlottman — Tau Gamma Beta Jerry Madison — Phi Sigma Epsilon Leadership Jerry Madison — Tau Kappa Epsilon Scholarship Lee Bcmstccn — Sigma Phi Epsilon Scholarship Marge Kiefer — Alpha Sigma AlphaRow 1: Doro, Af.; Madison, ].; Sturkol, I..; Schulz, C.; Kiefer, Af.; Belli, B.; Zentner, S.; Bloom, Af.; Eskritt, E.; Row 2: Farrell, ].; Bernsteen, L.; Getcliell, J.; Woehlert, B.; Heintz, }.; Schlack, L.; Schimke, D.; Trickey, D.; Row 3: Madison, Jerry; Farrell, T.; Adams, II.; Ives, L.; Stroik, ?.; Kocpke, O.; Hansen, IV.; Summerfeldt, R. SCHOLARSHIPS: Music — Priscilla Lundberg Wayne Jacckcl Kathy Adams Nancy Coon Home Ec — Jeannette Fuller oyee Schlottman Conservation — Tom Farrell German — Mary Braatz Stevens Point’s BPW — Mary Jo Buggs Linda Summers Primary Council — Rosella Braun Nona Martens May Roach — Norm Dorn Jeanette Gaucrke Audrey Gerbyshak Nancy Hager ioyce Hannemann crclyn Helgcson Iona Id Hocnisch Peggy Johnson Lavern Lucbstorf Gloria Richard Albert Vandcr Bloeman Kathy Adams Agnes Altman Russell Gardner Robert Klessig Marjorie Stangc


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