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ut 1 Tluwfa CSC has had the privilege of having Mr. Schmeeckle as a member of its faculty for the past thirty-six years. The conservation department, the first of its kind in the United States, was established by him in 1945. Through his efforts and leadership it has gained a nationwide reputation. Besides his pioneering in conservation education, his services to the school have been many and varied. Landscaping of the college campus and providing for college transportation via bus and station wagon are among his contributions to CSC. He is a past advisor to Alpha Kappa Lambda, the conservation fraternity and a past member of the college athletic committee. Mr. Schmeeckle's services do not end with the boundaries of the campus. He is well known for his work with the Stevens Point Lions Club, and the Isaac Walton League. He is a charter member of the National Conservation Education Association and is active in several state and national committees on conservation education. Realizing his great contributions to furthering the vital field of conservation, Mr. Schmeeckle has been honored by the National Association of Conservation Departments and the state Isaac Walton League. On March second of this year, he was presented the Conservation Education Award by the North American Wildlife Society. To you, Mr. Schmeeckle, we extend our sincere thanks for your leadership, your friendship, and your many contributions to our college, our city, and the field of conservation. And may you take with you many fond memories of CSC and our best wishes for a very happy future.AfWelica C Mm KwwulWge Ccmiptutixm klpStarting Tke ScJim£ (standing in ftne,UKulUtg Ui Erne, paying [m--- Remly fiat study new adivitmWilliam C. Hanson If college buildings could talk, what interesting stories they could relate about the folks who have occupied their classrooms and laboratories and walked their corridors. That would be true especially of our old main building, — now sixty-five years old. More than three generations of students and teachers have been associated in its learning enterprises, — lectures, discussions, debate, dramatics, athletics, concerts, study, — some of them boring and dull, others challenging and entertaining and stimulating. Some great teachers and some fine students have graced her classrooms; and others not so great and not so fine, but we all leave our records within these walls, — our "footprints in the sands of time." So when the old college buildings speak, wouldn't it be wonderful if what they say about our "footprints" could always be sweet music to our ears. President HansonLyel N. Jenkins Member of the Board of State College Regents Norton E. Masterson Member of the State Coordinating Committee for Higher Education Gordon Haferbacker Dean of Administration EconomicsElizabeth Pfiffner Dean of Women Advisor to CWA, Union Board, Intersorority Council Gilbert W. Faust Registrar Advisor to Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Zeta Chemistry Orland E. Radke Dean of Men Director of Science Education Advisor to Union Board Interfraternity CouncilRegistrar's Office J. Meshak, S. Anderson, J. Pajewski Deans Office Maintenance Staff Left to right: C. Trzebiatowski, A. Belmore, L. Marshall, E. Tckowski, S. Sparhawk, M. Haase, R. Przybylski, V. Okray, P. Ferkes, V. Spence Janet KozakPlCjJtWdlMMWHmemtiiiig '59•V Hobo King — Gil Green and Queen Sylvia Her Majesty — Sylvia Groshek and Her court — Karen Braem Beth Janke, Mary Lauritzen, Pris Wagner, Queen Sylvia and co-captains for the game, Phil Cole, Ron Hoenisch, Ted Ludeman, Jim Luedtke Photos of Sylvia and Karen courtesy of Charlesworth StudioBOBCHtS£ L. eatiiuttea oue iWarren G. Jenkins Dean of Letters and Science £dtm mi Science A course in Letters and Science leads to the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. The aims of these courses are to provide the student with an education in social studies, sciences, languages, and humanities and to provide the student with the basic training for professional, technical and graduate studies. The courses help prepare the student to be a well informed citizen qualified for responsibilities and leadership in a democratic society.PteHck and G Mau Parlez — Vous Francois? Sprechen Sie Deutsch? If not, why not take French or German? Besides grammar and conversation, literature surveys in French and German are offered. Peter A. Kroner German Advisor to Edelweiss Club Mildred Davis French Advisor to Sophomore Class Small classes are an advantage in learning a foreign language.Lee A. Burress, Jr. Chairman of English Department English Advisor to Sigma Tau Delta CitgCldk and Speech Are you interested in becoming an English major or minor? Plays and forensic work are part of the speech program while creative writing and studying the works of the masters of literature are included in the English program. Emily Wilson English Pauline Isaacson Chairman of Speech Department Speech, European History Advisor to Senior Class, College TheatreEdna Nyquist English Michael Fortune English and Speech John F. Goodman English Joel C. Mickelson English and Speech Advisor to Pointer Staff Mary Elizabeth Thompson English and Speech Advisor to College TheatreSigma Tau Delta, honorary English fraternity, sponsors annually the Wordsworth contest. Students are invited to contribute their literary works to be printed in this volume. Prizes are offered to the best short story and poem submitted. Uwdei Any student interested in play production is invited to be a member of the College Theater. Plays are staged throughout the year, some in the college auditorium and some "in the round" at the Campus School gym. Tea House of the August Moon, adapted by J. Patrick and George Bernard Shaw's, Candida, were presented this year. A scene from Candida, College Theatre's second presentation of the year Many of CSC's foreign students were featured in Tea House of the August Moon.Norman Keats Art, Junior High Art Supervisor Henry Runke Intermediate Art Supervisor Advisor to Lutheran Students Association Students are models too. All the campus is the art student's studio. Edna Carlsten Art Primary Art Supervisor Chairman of Art DepartmentCammaiim Fred Schmeeckle Chairman of the Conservation Department Conservation Science Education Central State was the first college in the United States to offer a major in conservation and now has a nation wide reputation. Students may complete the studies to qualify for several kinds of positions in state conservation departments. Many conservation majors also become high school teachers. Alpha Kappa Lambda the conservation fraternity, sponsors such activities as the venison dinner and the smelt fry for its members throughout the year. Raymond K. Anderson Conservation Paul Yambert Conservation Adviser to Alpha Kappa LambdaBernard Wievel Conservation Advisor to Phi Sigma Epsilon The soils laboratory is a busy interesting place for conservation enthusiasts. Clyde W. Hibbs Conservation Resident Director of Delzell HallAgnes A. Jones Chairman of Home Economics Department Home Economics Education Advisor to Home Ec Club "Don't they look nice!" exclaim prospective customers at the Home Ec Club's Christmas sale. Keltic £ceiieituw Many of CSC's women choose the field of home economics for their major. It is not just practical, but stimulating and challenging as well. Art, psychology and the sciences are a part of the curriculum as well as the usual foods, clothing, home management, family relations and child development. Graduates are prepared for teaching positions, county home agents and demonstrators. Home Ec Club members enjoy the ad vantages of meeting at the Home Manage ment House.Freshmen students learn the newest techniques. Doris V. Davis Foods and Nutrition Advisor to Home Ec Club Advisor to Freshmen Class The Home Ec Club is a service organization for home economics students. Guest speakers bring topics and demonstrations to help students keep up to date. The club sponsors candy sales for raising money to sponsor outstanding students for conventions of the various state and national organizations. Demonstrations are a part of advanced food classes.Elvira L. Thomson Home Management Child Development Family Relations and Finance Resident Director of Home Management House Advisor to Home Ec. Club Design, an art course required of all home economics students, gives valuable training in the principals of art. Mrs. Pfiffner pours at the Home Management's Christmas Tea. Home economics students select a color scheme for interior decorating class.Knit one, purl two! Ethel V. Hill Clothing Selection Dress Design Tailoring Textiles Advisor to Home Ec Club Advisor to Omega Mu Chi9t'a a Htan'i Joke, coke and a smoke Waiting for inspiration ... 9ic the Hurried cramming for an exam Imemut tsmck iKenneth W. Boylan Chairman of Mathematics Department Hfftflteittato Mathematicians are more in demand than ever before. The math major is offered positions in teaching, research and business. An extensive mathematical education can be completed at Central State. William H. Clements English and Mathematics Director of Testing Advisor to Wayland Club Edith Treuenfels Mathematics Orville M. Rice MathematicsHiediad Te CSC offers a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Medical Technology. Following completion of the course the student attends an approved school of medical technology. Saint Michael's Hospital offers opportunities for medical technology students to apply their knowledge.Raymond Specht Geography Resident Director of Steiner Hall Photography advisor to the Pointer Another map test? Gwf iapluf Let your textbook carry you around the world. After completing basic courses in physical and human geography, a student may select courses with a unifying objective for his geography major. Robert Anderson Chairman of Geography Department Advisor to "S" Club T. K. Chang Geography Photography advisor to IrisClumuibuj Roland Trytten Chairman of Chemistry Department Advisor to Sigma Zeta, Freshman Class, Lutheran Students Association Chemistry, a vital field in the modern world, is one of the science majors offered at CSC. Students learn to use the different equipment and chemicals to obtain desired, and some not so desired results. There are lab periods correlated with lecture sessions. Experiments are conducted in groups or individually. The labs are open in the evening for students who wish to do extra work. Gilbert Faust Registrar, Catalog Editor Chemistry Advisor to Sigma Zeta Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapter Counsellor Curious minds are satisfied in the chemistry laboratory.Rodney Sung Chemistry Advisor to Tou Kappa Epsilon Norman J. Birkholz Chemistry Future scientists experiment Eleanor O'Connor Chemistry Robert E. Simpson Biology Arol C. Epple Biology, Health Advisor to Wesley Biofogt) The Biology Department has expanded its facilities and staff to accommodate the large number of prospective majors. The studies of a biology major include lecture and much laboratory work. Human anatomy, physiology, and health are studied as well as plant and lower animal biology. Robert F. Wilde Physiology Those poor specimens!Biology students at work in the lab. Edgar F. Pierson Chairman of the Biology Department Biology, Zoology Advisor to Junior Class R. S. Whitmire Anatomy, Botany John W. Barnes Zoology, General Ecology, Entomology George Becher Botany, BiologyPfcym Raymond M. Rightsell Chairman of Physics Department Physics, Astronomy Allen F. Blocker Physics, Mathematics A physics experiment requires accurate procedure and calculations.Monica Bainter Physics Advisor to Junior Class James E. Jensen Economics tcmmm A new major at Central State is the Economics major. Accounting, insurance, and statistics are a few of the courses of which this major is composed. Lothar I. Iversen EconomicsS cwCmjtj »- r Gladys Ishida Political Science, Sociology George I. J. Dixon Sociology Advisor to Alpha Beta Rho Dr. Dixon conducts a sociology seminarFrank W. Crow Chairman of the Social Science Department History Advisor to Student Council The History department has a wide variety of subjects from which to choose. The large number of history majors may choose such topics as European history, medieval history, the Renaissance, and Russian history. History majors usually select correlated subjects such as political science, and geography. All CSC graduates are required to earn six credits in American history. Locating historical placesACpka Gftwtwft This year has seen the revival of Alpha Gamma, Social Science Fraternity. The group has presented several programs with a highly informative and cultural significance. Among these were programs which featured congressman Melvin Laird and Isaac D Unno, Consulate General of Israel. Alpha Gamma members question Isaac D. Unno.yDeww and yGOP . . . . . . get together for friendly relaxation. Frederich Kremple History Advisor to Phi Sigma Epsilon, Iris, Alpha Gamma Elwin W. Sigmund History, Debate Coach, Advisor to Y-DemsMr. Fothergill makes a point with the help of maps. Political Science Garland W. Fothergill Political Science, Advisor to YDems Warren G. Jenkins Dean of Letters and Science History, ColloquiumWendell E. Orr Choir, Women's Glee Club (fCttdle Hugo D. Marple Chairman of the Music Department Dean G. Blair Piano, Theory Paul J. Wallace Band, TheoryTfcc Umetoai jCauguage The music department of CSC is a very active organization. Although the music major is quite new, the department boasts a large membership. Some of its many activities include concerts, operettas, recitals, and concert tours. All of the organizations of the department — mixed chorus, men's and women's glee clubs, band, and orchestra are open to students outside the department as well as music majors and minors. Alpha Kappa Rho is the music honor society. Donald Rupert Piano, Music Literature Norman E. Knutzen Men's Glee Club, English, Advisor to Sigma Phi EpsilonTop Row — J. Helke; J. Payzer; J. Johnson; W. Groth; R. Stroede; R. Chagon. 2nd Row — C. Eddy; M. Kliest; M. Hartman; M. Gronski; B. Breitenstein; J. Oldenberg; D. McKay; F. Bidgood; J. Mitchell; F. Grasley; W. Clark; R. Gerstenkorn; F. Marzolf; J. Heding; S. Scheeler; S. Smith; C. Bailey; R. Allen; R. Mayer; R. Suchoski; R. Schwartz; A. Held; T. Sopa. 3rd Row — W. Jaeckel; R. Chesebro; F. Passineau; M. Trantow; A. Beck; F. Pacholski; W. Biggs; H. Nowicki; J. Frenzel; D. Gardner; J. Marks; S. Kitrush; R. Sindberg; R. Jokela; J. Un-grodt; T. Stevens; L. Kuse; P. Beavers. 4th Row — S. Eastwood; R. Barbian; M. Roth; J. Clark; B. Wilmot; S. Worthington; J. Engle. (Hett'd Gh Chi731 IUrwch'o GEee CCufe Music students have the opportunity to participate in several operettas. These are staged by the department for the public.Stiutyiiuj (Horn Outdom Not all college classes are conducted in class rooms. Many of the departments move outdoors for duty. Conservation classes make good use of the campus and surrounding areas to acquire information and experience first hand. You are very likely to see art students with their drawing boards in hand looking for a choice subject. Even such classes as English and psychology take to the outdoors when the weather permits. A psychology class finds the warm spring air conducive to thought and discussion.Actimtomen antss The 550's is an organization for veterans on campus. Their bulletin board serves as a trading post for the school. Anyone that has an item to sell, or would like to buy something at a bargain, or would like a ride to a particular place some weekend, or has a room for rent, may post this information on the 550's bulletin board. The board also carries numerous jokes and news of coming social events of the organization. The student council is the student governing body of CSC. It is composed of a representative and the vice president of each class. Several activities and projects are carried out each year. One of these projects this year, was a campaign for a large turn out in Homecoming Queen voting. Class elections and the student mailboxes are two other activities under the jurisdiction of the student council. Student Council in session The Student Council conducts an "all out" campaign to increase the number of student votes for Homecoming Queen. Stuiewf Cwwci£Tkc Vwd i Once every two weeks CSC students look forward to the latest edition of the Pointer. Our college newspaper, the Pointer, prints club news, sport events and other activities. Editor — Cliff Haas News Editor — Karen Francis Composition Editor — June Zielinski Sports Editor — Jiggs Meuret Photographers — Ron N. Nelson, Pete Lawler, Bob Sindberg, Carl Moede Business Manager — Gertrude Ann West Circulation Manager — Roselyn Barbian Cliff Haas, editor, works on the latest edition of the Pointer. One mistake that won't be in the Pointer.Sports Editor, Jiggs Meuret, approves the latest sports news. June composes some copy. The typists busy at work. Bob develops pictures for the paper.T(tc 9fcwm Vugfmi The college yearbook, the Iris, provides a record of memories for years to come. School activities, organizations, faculty members and graduating seniors are recorded in the yearbook. Each Monday night the Iris Staff meets in its cubby hole on third floor to prepare the Iris for the press. Editor — Gretchen Speerstra Co-Editor — Joan Pautz Copy Editor — Gloria Radloff Copy Staff — Pat Van Wormer, Rita Ristow, Sue Rezin Layout Staff — Sandra Smith, Marilyn Roth, Judy Ryan, Ardis Werner Sports Editor — Dave Bayer Business Manager — Catherine Nulty Typists — Gertude Ann West, Donna Henke Photographer — Dale Simonson Editor, Gretchen Speerstra and Co-Editor, Joan Pautz prepare another page for the press. The copy staff prepares some captions.Sports Editor, Dave Bayer, records the scores. Iris photographer. Dale Simonson, enlarges a photograph. Members of the layout staff do some hunting and then set up the page.AsaewtCy S iw Fine Atld Week Lectures explaining and discussing the displays of oils, pottery, and abstract design were well received. This year, one week was set aside by the Assembly Series Committee as Fine Arts Week. Art in speech, painting, crafts, music, and dramatics were featured at different times through the week. The famous Canadian Players delighted audiences with their performances of George Bernard Shaw's Devil's Disciple, and Shakespeare's As You Like It. Special displays of paintings and pottery were shown in the library theater and lobby. The music department contributed several musical programs for the occasion. A "full house" was highly entertained by the Canadian Players' presentation of Devil's Disciple.Rogers and Hammerstein's "The King and I" delighted a large audience. Throughout the year the Assembly Series Committee sponsors programs for the faculty, student body, and townspeople. Each student helps defray the cost of the programs through the student activity fund. This entitles students to attend these programs on their student activity card. The programs are planned so as to present varied and interesting presentations. Lectures on national issues and other pertinent topics, musical groups, dance presentations, and dramatics are only a part of the varied selection of programs sponsored by the Assembly Series. Student folk dancers from Dusquene University presented an enjoyable performance of folk songs and dances from various countries.Top Row — M. Wernberg; R. Opichkd; G. Richards; E. Richards; E. Sear I; F. Townsend; A. Altman; B. Jenkins; V. Krinke; J. Ungrodt; R. Estacio; J. Fritsch; F. Marzolf. 2nd Row - A. Grimm; D. Blom; J. Zielinski; H. Nowicki; L. Sorenson; C. Heinrich; M. Pauti; S. Gjermundson; M. Epple. 3rd Row - P. lundberg; E. Eis; J. Pautz; B. Marvin; R. Barbian; A. Held; B. Williams; R. Lee. ACpha The fall tea, with a Spanish atmosphere, was the Alpha Sigs first activity of the year. When pledging began, chicken rings became the "fashionable" jewelry of the future actives. During second semester. Alpha Sigma Alpha, our only national sorority, participated in Songfest, spring pledging and other activities. Otfam President — Joan Pautz Vice President — Carol Heinrich Secretary — Judy Ungrodt Treasurer — June ZielinskiAlpha Sig's Sadie Hawkins Dance.Left to Right, Top Row — J. Nehring; P. Perkofski; B. Otto; L. Rasmussen; S. Rezin; M. Buggs; G. Sommers; M. Lu-Maye; J. Marvin. 2nd Row — G. Radloff; M. Jensen; L. Tellock; S. Rulseh; J. Guetschow; B. Colligan; M. Krasny; D. Darling; M. Crueger. 3rd Row — C. Jensen; P. Maahs; B. Bowen; B. Charnecke; E. Millard; C. Erickson; M. Lemancik; D. Etten; B. Marko; C. Lewis; S. Yach. The fall tea honoring the new women students was the first event sponsored by the Omegs. This led to other activities such as pledging and Homecoming. The annual Omeg Christmas Bazaar closed the first semester successfully. Safety pin necklaces were the fad during spring pledging. Songfest, candy sales and the Alum picnic occupied the remaining time of the semester. Omega Ufa Cbi Otticm President — Sue Rezin Vice President — Gloria Richards Secretary — Sue Rulseh Treasurer — Rebecca ColliganLeft to Right, Top Row — E. Runge; M. Nylund; R. Handt; C. Seif; V. Fisher; J. Cepek; D. Welch; S. Link; G. Speerstra; M. Mathey; K. Feuerstein; J. Selk; B. Braun. 2nd Row — S. Mills; C. Prahl; P. Ainsworth; P. Johnson; L. Ablard; M. Schieb; K. Braem; D. Baehler; P. Pronz; M. Eskritt. 3rd Row — A. Wagner; M. Davis; H. Gustafson; C. Emerich; J. Campbell. 4th Row — B. Bannach; C. Loveless; G. Bratley; B. Stolson; J. Morzinski; R. Ristow; B. Janke. Tan Gamma Beta The social season of the Tau Gam's was opened with their tea. "Muds" were kept busy during pledging by sewing buttons on their pink and blue ribbons. Homecoming high- rqmk Amvmtvty ym Ltelr,heir ac,ivi,ies of ,he firs’ This year the Tau Gam's celebrated their 50th anniversary. An anniversary banquet was held at the Hotel Whiting with alums attending from all over the state. The parents of the actives helped celebrate the year by attending the Parents' Tea. They closed the social season with their annual "Cotton Swirl" which provided fun and entertainment for all.OtiteM President — Shirley Link Vice President — Darlene Welch Secretary — Judy Cepek Treasurer — Rita Ristow Tau Gams on the Homecoming Queen's court — Beth Janke Karen Braem Sig Ep's .candidate Pris Wagner "S" Club candidate TKE's candidateTop Row — B. Karrier; Mrs. Peter Kroner; J. Ryan; J. Johnson; R. Holman; J. Gauerke; Miss H. Kuse. 2nd Row — A. Gosh; D. Witcraft; R. Wanta; L. Kuse; J. Thorson. 3rd Row — G. West; J. Swader; A. Werner; A. Spearbreaker; J. Gauerke. 4th Row — B. Adamsheck; C. Holtz; J. Andree; L. Johnson. Pm Delta Pm This sorority was organized this year and we're looking forward to its activities as a new sisterhood on campus. President — Gertrude West Vice President — Mary Ann Kucharzak Secretary — Rita Wanta Treasurer — Jeanette GauerkeLeft to Right, Top Row — N. Dorn; R. Marko; F. McCormick; O. Schwerdtfeger; D. Schmidtke; J. Freiman; C. Ballenger; D. Johnson; A. Trachte; A. Olson; B. Wagner; J. Gronski. 2nd Row — L. Henderson; W. Biggs; H. Trzeciak; R. Chesebro; E. Strei; C. Wittenburg; D. Wikum; C. Christensen. 3rd Row — R. Pepper; J. Scheuppert; W. Iwanski; P. Oxnem; E. Hunold; G. Dorn; W. Galler; E. Karau; G. Meuret. Pki Signta The Phi Sigs started the school year by taking an active part in the Homecoming festivities. They sponsored the Queen's Dance which introduced the Homecoming Queen candidates. Second semester activities included pledging and the Phi Sig Style Show. This ended a successful year for the Phi Sigs.Her Majesty — Sylvia Groshek Alpha Beta Rho's winning candidateLeft to Right, Top Row — R. Bernoski; J. Kosmicki; R. Novak; J. Freeland; D. Misner; M. Smith; J. Krems. 2nd Row — B. Lind; R. Krizenesky; D. Peterson; J. Smith; J. Engel; R. Smith. 3rd Row — J. Young; L. Miller; E. Myers; P. Rasmussen; D. Linskens. Alpha Beta Rho's successful year was opened by having their candidate, Sylvia Groshek, being chosen Homecoming Queen. Some of the credit is justly being claimed by this group for the Alpha Sigs winning first place in serious float competition — it was a cooperative effort. Other activities such as a promising softball team, senior banquet, and the smelt fry are among events of the year. Alpha Beta Rho had the top grade point average of the four fraternities for first semester. With the feeling that they are doing well as an independent, they turned down the opportunity for national affiliation. A£fka BetaBob providing entertainment.Left to Right, Top Row — G. Berg; R. Dickinson; R. Johanknecht; B. Blum; R. Nolde; R. Draeger; J. Farrell; R. Timm 2nd Row — J. Smart; T. Staniszewski; M. Boerst; R. LaBrot; D. Larson; H. Froze,- J. Souloti. 3rd Row — W. Jackson; K. Muehl; D. Paasch; W. Wagner; L. Clement; W. Truskowski; G. Madden. Tan Kappa Epoidmi The TKE's year began with a very enthusiastic campaign for Homecoming Queen. They participated in many athletic events such as the inter-fraternity softball league, intermural volleyball, municipal basketball and the Wisconsin Province basketball tournament. Not to be outdone socially, the TKE's joined the Alpha Sigs in a toboggan party, and invited the Tau Gams to a picnic and a bowling party. They were the only frat to take part in Songfest. Obfciceta President — Bob La Brot Vice President — Bill Truskowski Secretary — Dick Timm Treasurer — Bruce BloomDon prepares the soup. Sig Ep's and their dates enjoy the atmosphere of Waupaca — indoors. J£ Left to Right, Top Row — K. Sanger; T. Jensen; B. Erickson; G. Goddard; B. Check; J. Miller; R. Hebbe. 2nd Row — K. Wanserski; J. Schaefer; R. Misiorowski; D. Danielson; J. Woodward; M. Bannach. Signal Phi Every Tuesday you'll see some gentlemen wearing white shirts and red ties. These are the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon. The Christmas spirit of CSC is always enhanced by the Christmas trees which adorn the halls of the main building — a service of the Sig Eps. Homecoming time finds them vigorously campaigning for the girl of their dreams for Queen. Pledging activities take up a large part of the time of Sig Ep members. O(|(|iC0W President — Gary Goddard Vice President — James Schaefer Secretary — Michael Bannach Treasurer — Burton EricksonMrs. Pfiffner advises the sororities on an important subject — B. Jenkins; B. Braun; L. Rasmussen; G. Radloff; S. Rezin; A. Grimm; S. Link; D. Welch. The four sororities are represented in this council by the president, vice-president and a delegate from each sorority. The council sponsors the Inter-Sorority formal and advises on sorority rules and laws. Sue Rezin was president first semester followed by Barbara Jenkins second semester. 9itf0i-S(WtUy CouwciE 9irt i-TiiatmUy CmuM Inter-Sorority Council explains the functions of a sorority to women students. The IFC members talk over a matter of common in terest. This council governs the four fraternities on campus. It is composed of representatives from each fraternity. Decisions and rules for the Greek men are stipulated by this organization. Bob La Brot served as president for the second semester.Every woman student is a member of CWA. The organization honors the graduating women with an annual banquet. The demonstration tea for new women students is a part of its work. Many informal coffee hours for students and faculty are presented throughout the year. Songfest, one of the highlights of the second semester, brings together college organizations for an evening of competition and group singing. President, Nancy Schaftner, presents a first place award. CcKiege W wcn'a AmmoUm CIVA SwujJedi WUwm Greek Division 1st place — Tau Gamma Beta 2nd place — Omega Mu Chi Non-Greek Division 1st place — Nelson Hall 2nd place — Lutheran Students' AssociationSiasefis "Tea" party. Pledge's Mascot. Barbershop Quartet.Left to Right, Top Row — G. Curtis; J. Marko; T. Polivka; J. Krull; T. Gurtler; E. Larson; J. Lucdtke; J. Larson. 2nd Row — R. Marko; D. Baltus; D. Korth; T. Ludeman; W. Hummel; M. Karg; D. Cooper; L. Gunderson. 3rd Row — D. Grauden; J. Kudla; L. Bidgood; J. Effa. Stadia This organization of 30 men strive to promote school spirit on our campus. As usual they participated in the humorous float division of the Homecoming parade. Second semester was started with pledging and was concluded with their annual Spring Formal which included a softball game, food and refreshments.Raymond Gotham Director of Teacher Education and Placement Director of Field Service Burdette Eagon Education, Psychology Director of Elementary EducationJane M. Fuller Physical Education Supervisor Bernice Czaplinski, Marie Swallow Secretaries Dorothy Kampenga Campus School LibrarianK«ulc ft ctt-P tiwt(wy Mary Elizabeth Smith Associate Director for Kindergarten-Primary Curriculum English Advisor to Primary Council The curriculum of the kindergartenprimary department prepares students for teaching kindergarten and grades one through three. Students take special education courses in addition to the regular academic subjects. Thirteen credits of practice teaching in three different grades are required of all primary majors. Phillys Ravey Kindergarten Supervisor Omega Mu Chi AdvisorHildegard Kuse Second Grade Supervisor Psi Delta Psi Advisor A primary student teacher teaches reading.Story Time Lining Up for recess.PtiMtoJuj Council! Primary Council is the professional organization for primary majors. Some of its many activities include helping the Indians at the Lac du Flambeau Reservation have a Merry Christmas and conducting a nursery school for four year olds. The year's activities are concluded with the annual spring luncheon. Primary Council members help the children do creative work. Reading a story to the pre-schoolers.Ont imediate-U()f)et Eiemiitany Robert Lewis Associate Director for Intermediate-Upper Elementary Curriculum Geography, Education Advisor to Round Table The Intermediate-Upper Elementary curriculum prepares students for teaching grades four through eight in elementary schools. It provides the foundation work necessary for later graduate study in the field of Elementary Supervision, and Administration. The required ten credits of student teaching give prospective teachers training that is not only practical, but stimulating and enjoyable as well. Cecilia Welch Fifth Grade SupervisorMarjorie Kerst Education, Psychology, English Advisor to Tau Gamma Beta, Primary Council Preparing for class. Vivian Kellogg Fourth Grade Supervisor Advisor to Alpha Sigma AlphaA student teacher jokes with his pupils. A student agrees that books are fun.Round Takfa Round Table members promote the use of visual aids. Round Table is the professional organization for students in Intermediate-Upper Elementary. It aims to bring to students the importance of this area of instruction. Problems and new teaching techniques provide the substance of many discussions. Members also take part in many social activities. Time out for frolic.Raymond M. Rightsell Director of the Division of Secondary Education Chairman of the Physics Department Physics, Astronomy Seawdatoj The curriculum of the Division of Secondary Education aims to give students a thorough scholastic background, skill in teaching techniques, and help in developing a well adjusted personality capable of leadership in education and co-curricular activities of junior and senior high schools. A major field and usually two minor fields of study are chosen by the end of the first year. Twenty credits of education courses including ten credits of supervised teaching are required to receive a recommendation for teaching placement.Student teachers conduct a class at the Campus Junior High School. Marjorie Pfiffner Supervisor of Science Lila M. Hibbs Supervisor of History, Geography Advisor to Tau Gamma Lulu O. Kellogg Supervisor of Mathematics, EnglishThe Meat Unimi Fc«af£y . . . This view of the unfinished kitchen shows some of the modern equipment that will be used for food service. The new Union is open for business! After quite a few years of waiting, CSC has a Union building. It houses food facilities for all students and meeting rooms for the many campus activities. For teas and parties, informal get togethers, or just a cup of coffee — the Union is for your use. An outside view of the new Union building.This view of the Union shows the meeting rooms off the main hall of the second floor.The Hew Utumt b 9hMated The first to use the new Union were the graduates of 1959. They christened the building with a party sponsored by the Social Committee of the faculty. On the day of graduation, a tea and social hour were held for the graduates, their guests, and the faculty. These pictures show views of the main hall of the new Union. Graduates and their guests relax with punch and cookies.UJaCkutg to take a test? to meet a friend? to attend a class? ...to CSCA OrfiJuvuj with mojuj tactfitm The lobby welcomes you to the library's many fine facilities. Students of CSC are fortunate to have access to a well equipped library. In addition to the general and reference collections, the library has a reserve collection. These books are placed on short term loan by instructors for students of their classes as assigned and collateral reading. The library is a depository for federal documents and for county and regional archival and historical materials. These facilities are provided for the general public of Central Wisconsin as well as for the study and research for students. Many other facilities are provided by the library. A small (but growing) record collection is available to students for use in the library's turntables. Typewriters and a micro film projector are also ready and waiting to be used by students and faculty. Esther Kearby Reserve Librarian Librarians Syble MasonNelis R. Kampenga Head Librarian Bibliography Loretta Vroble Text Librarian Margaret RitchieStudeutA at WoJik Conference rooms in the reserve reading room permit conversation in the usual quietness of the library.C Mceuhalm... • • • is the order of the day in the hushed atmosphere of the library. Periodicals of all sizes and content — for you!The library theater has many and varied uses. Organizations use the theater for meetings and conventions. Students browse through the paintings and other art works on exhibit. Artists from throughout Wisconsin have shown their work in the theater. Recitals, operettas, one act plays, guest speakers and performers use the theater. The Film Series presents many films, some of them foreign, which are open to the public as well as college students and faculty. A painting and handicraft exhibit in the library theater. A bearded student readies the projector for a film series showing. Stwteul Supply S tm CSC students have the opportunity to purchase supplies and books at the Supply Store and the Book Store. In addition to the pencils, paper, notebooks, and usual supplies, the Supply store has cards for the birthday, or shut-in, CSC stationery, outline books, and even candy for that sweet tooth. Eugenia Schuler Manager of the College Book Store College Book Stote The Book Store has books for every taste — literature, history, politics, art, information and reference books, "Pogo" books, cookbooks, and a large selection of children's books. Buy for school use or for gifts — all on a ten percent discount.Helen Hanson College Nurse Resident Director of Nelson Hall Ills, aches, and pains are taken care of by the nurse and doctors of the student health service. You may get your throat swabbed, have a pulled muscle or sprained ankle treated, have a prescription prescribed, or just find out what it is that is ailing you. The Rice Clinic of Stevens Point provides doctors for the protection of the health of the students of CSC. Student HeM Sewice Dr. Robert Slater of the Rice Clinic — He'll fix you up! The music listening room of the library provides excellent equipment and acoustics for good music listening. Here, a group of music students use its quietness to calm nerves before a performance.The jCiktitoj viewed bum Otc Ukuw »tept... . . . busy with students doing research for that term paper, discussing a point with a friend, looking for that magazine from way back when, standing in line for a reserve book, checking out a novel for a report due tomorrow, or just leisurely browsing.Wefowi HM Wwett't RMidme HaM Each year, the women of Nelson Hall sponsor the Nelson Hall Formal, this is a one flower formal where the girls ask the fellows. The event, held in the Nelson Hall cafeteria, is open to all students.Besides being the women's residence hall. Nelson Hall houses the college cafeteria. Residents of all three dorms eat their meals here. With the opening of the new Union, Nelson Hall food service will be discontinued. This college switchboard is a new addition to Nelson Hall. All telephone calls for the college buildings come into the main switchboard. Callers are then connected with their party by the operator.Sfudetd Union The student union is housed in the recreation rooms of Del-zell Hall. Here, students may have a snack, watch TV, play cards, checkers, and enjoy themselves in numerous other ways. Hi-fi dances and listening evenings were sponsored for hi-fi enthusiasts. Many organizations use the Union for their activities. Such events as dances, teas, and parties are held in the Union. With the opening of the new Union building, the men of Delzell Hall will have the recreation rooms to themselves.H«f£ Wten'ft 'Residence. HofC Delzell Hall, with its recently added third floor, welcomes alums at Homecoming time.Steam HaMWien'ft Rwtdcitce Ho££ The copper name plate announces to all the name of the newest men's dorm — Steiner Hall. The dorm, named after Herbert R. Steiner who was Dean of Men until his death a few years ago, houses over two hundred men. The man at the desk will gladly direct you to the photography exhibits, or locate that hard to find gentleman. Ellen Specht Director of News Service Photography exhibits presenting the work of area photographers are displayed in the recreation room of Steiner Hall. These showings, open to the public, were enjoyed by many students.A 8 T 0 0 U W T KAH! Afumnd the Jam The activities of CSC's students do not end at the boundaries of the campus. The influence of the college is felt in every part of Stevens Point. Most of the athletic events take place off campus — at Bulkolt Park, and P. J. Jacobs and Pacelli High Schools. Students have contributed to many community activities. The Red Cross Blood program has realized much of its success through the efforts of college students and faculty. Students bring money into Stevens Point through their purchase of many products. In turn, college students give their time and efforts in jobs. Students find much of their recreation in city facilities. The city's swimming pools, softball diamonds, football fields, winter sports areas, and numerous other facilities are used by college students. Yes, even telephone booths. Indeed, CSC extends all around the town. Cwmwmtfij Acimim Cmm i Biujuuj TELEPHONE ReweatiiwReCigim The religious organizations on the campus play a large part in the life of CSC. Students realize that in the fast pace of study, work, and recreation away from their homes, it is necessary and profitable to keep in touch with their religious faith. These organizations provide recreation with members of one faith. They provide stimulating and refreshing discussions, thought, and talks which help the student to keep on the correct path. Nearly every religious denomination is represented by a campus religious organization. These Newmanites are preparing for an evening of skating at the Lo-Nor on a Newman outing. TlemrumC ■ ■" s • M EFT k B ycuR W r n m , D . v The Newman Club bulletin board carries information of interest to CSC Newmanites. Here, it displays pictures of the officers with their chaplain. Father Wilger. Rwtuut CaflwCic Stwlacl Gfcrnj) Mcuwan CGufeCkwtinn Science Caryl Seif and Linda Wilson join Miss Geneva Borden of Stevens Point for a discussion. LSA officers: Standing — J. Haugsby; J. Ungrodt; B. Caylor. Seated — L. Kuse; J. Thorson; M. Collins. £uih ian Students' AmmoUm LSA members have some fun after a meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church.Wteffadbt Student Gtaup Homemade candy for sale by Wesley members. Wesleyan members meet with Rev. Saito at St. Paul's Methodist Church. 'Bapttil Student Gump Wayland members gather for some fun and a picture taking party at the First Baptist Church.Gamma Delta members meet with Rev. Dake at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Wtwftwuu Sywui Luilwim Student Gump Gamma Veda Officers, Anna Hanson, Gail Nelson, Mike Meier, and Becky Erickson meet for a business session. Cant ilmfuf Canterbury members meet at the Episcopal Church Of The Intercession. Episcopal! Student OigamptmWmien'5 SfxPifa IVmen'i Re teactm AmmUUwt All college women are invited to participate in the activities of the Women's Recreation Association. It supervises and sponsors a variety of recreational activities, many of which the men students are invited to participate. "Christmas Cheer" has become a traditional event with WRA. The entire student body and faculty are spiced cider and Christmas cookies as guests of WRA. Each spring the association sponsors a playday for area high schools. Members of the club act as hostesses, referees, guides, and advisors for visiting groups. Marjorie Schelfhout Physical Education Advisor to College Women's Association, Women's Recreation Association. Miss Schelfhout explains a fine point of the game.Almost, but not quite. The trampoline is classes. a favorite activity of the phy ed Ker splush! Freshman women have the opportunity to choose swimming in place of physical education for their required credit. Swimming classes are held at noon at P. J. Jacobs High School pool. During the year, WRA sponsors evenings of co-ed swimming at the pool.Team UJo tfe Athletics play an important part in every college student's co-curriculum. For men who wish to compete in interscholastic sports, CSC offers football, basketball, wrestling, baseball, track, tennis, and golf. Many intramural sports are provided also. Some of these are basketball, volleyball, softball, and bowlinq. Women students are not forgotten in the sports field. Recreational activities such as basketball, softball, badminton, tennis, golf, and archery, plus many other sport and social activities are sponsored by the Women's Recreation Association. At its very best athletics serve to develop an attitude of team work and fair play, and improve physical condition through well planned exercise. This is the spirit in which all CSC sports are conducted. Keeping Sptoifo and £utlm'mni High CkmkadmTop Row — Coach Counsell; Asst. Coach Brodhagen; A. Helminski; D. Kalata; R. Hoenisch; C. Kobishop; J. Luedtke; C. Nolan; D. Tucek; K. Kukulka; H. Gee; D. Schallert; T. Leonard; W. Poppy. 2nd Row — J. Crook; P. Cole; B. Fischer; R. Klestinski; O. Schwerdtfeger; C. Botwinski; P. Fraley; B. Kuse; D. Yenchesky; G. Wouters. 3rd Row — P. Kluck; M. Sroda; L. Droes; D. Johnson; R. Hein; K. Harrison; T. Ludeman; D. Schmidtke; B. Maedtke; J. Bush; J. Chappell. 1958 State College Standings River Falls W .... 6 L 0 T 0 Stevens Point .. .... 5 0 1 Whitewater .... 4 2 0 Oshkosh .... 4 2 0 Eau Claire ....3 3 0 LaCrosse .... 3 3 0 Platteville .... 1 4 1 UWM .... 1 5 0 Superior .... 1 5 0 Stout .... 1 5 0Tkc Sum CSC 28 .... Hamline 14 CSC 14 .. River Falls 2 CSC 14 .. Platteville 14 CSC 21 20 CSC 19 UWM 12 CSC 22 Whitewater 14 CSC 34 . Eau Claire 8 CSC 32 ... Superior 14 Appointed co-captains of the Pointer squad for the Homecoming game with Eau Claire were these four 1959 graduates: Phil Cole, Jim Luedtke, Ron Hoenisch, and Ted Ludeman.The band joins the spectators in cheering on our Pointers. A Pointer resultant on Oshkosh.Hale F. Quandt Physical Education Director of Athletics Head Basketball Coach Left to Right — Asst. Coach Counsell; J. Krull; L. Sroda; B. Sekel; D. Kottke; C. Nolan; T. Gurtler; S. Antcliffe; L. Luebstorf; B. Curran; J. Hansen; B. Kuse; B. Wojtusik; Coach Quandt; Manager B. O'Gara in center.Tltc Vowim Ut Action Let's get in there and really get them. 1958-59 State College Conference Standings W L Platteville 11 1 UWM 10 2 LaCrosse 8 4 Stevens Point 6 6 Superior 6 6 River Falls 4 8 Stout 3 9 Whitewater 2 10 Krull jumps, shoots...............two points! Tip-off Time!Jim Marko, flashy Pointer guard, scored his 1000th point in his college basketball career during the game with Oshkosh on March 2. The pep band adds to the spirit and excitement of the game. Luebstorf grabs another rebound.The mothers of the players wait at the center circle to receive their carnations from their player sons. Each year the mothers of the basketball team are honored at special ceremonies between halves of a home game. As each mother is introduced, she steps forward to receive a corsage and a kiss from her player son. A Specia£ Higkl Jo Wtwn Watch that one spot over there! The S awed CSC 66 89 CSC 59 .. Northland 57 CSC 90 79 CSC 88 32 CSC 68 .. Platteville 72 CSC 59 .. Lincoln U 70 CSC 81 57 CSC 92 UWM 101 CSC 68 54 CSC 80 86 CSC 87 .... Whitewater 44 CSC 64 Oshkosh 66 CSC 84 94 CSC 80 . St. Norbert 83 CSC 75 73 CSC 76 80 CSC 63 67 CSC 50 UWM 43 CSC 68 .... Whitewater 59 CSC 85 801st Row — A. Britten; W. Radtke; B. Freiman; A. Mazmalis; H. Yetter; J. Blosser; E. Sorenson; N. Dorn; B. Gibbs. 2nd Row — B. Porter; R. Gerstenkorn; K. Pagel; W. Poppy; D. Henn; W. Dowty; B. Komoroske; B. Margsert. 3rd Row — J. Meuret; M. Korfmacher; G. Van Wormer; R. Klomoske; J. Kiefert; H. Ozakor; E. Coombs,- F. Soulati; L. Johnson; Coach Brodhagen. WiMtOiug State College Conference Standings 1st ..................... UWM 2nd ..................... CSC 3rd ................ Superior 4th ................... Stout 5th ............. River Falls 6th ...................... La Crosse Eugene Brodhagen Physical Education Head Wrestling and Track Coach300 UidMiet The combined victories of these wrestlers during their college careers totals 300. A remarkable record for these fine wrestlers! Eugene Sorenson AAU Tournament CSC ................... 30 UWM ................... 23 Wisconsin ............. 25 Marquette ............. 11 River Falls ............ 9 Stout .................. 1 Ripon .................. 1 Jack Blosser Hank Yetter Eugene Sorenson waits for the starting whistle.Top Row — Coach Counsell; B. Kuse; S. Antcliffe; D. Kottwe; Manager D. Strasser. 2nd Row — D. Busse; J. Pease; L. Ferries; P. Cole; D. Roman; J. Quandt; D. Schallert. BaAebMA Pointer batter waits on deck as the batter heads for first base after a hit. B ukotl Pa ik Imh Ike BweluM Gaum Pointer batters wait for the pitch during a warm up session.Twck Take off for the 440 yard dash! and Field S"(M Karen Braem, a blonde sophomore from Tigerton, was chosen as the "S" Club's Sweetheart to be their candidate for Homecoming Queen. The "S" Club is the honorary organization of men who have won a letter in a varsity sport. Those who have fulfilled the requirements established by the Athletic Committee are awarded the official "S" sweater. From the standpoint of function, the organization is a service group. It provides some of the awards, and stimulates interest in varsity athletics. Homecoming is one of the "S" Club's big activities. The Homecoming dance is sponsored by the group, and members take part in a vigorous campaign for Homecoming Queen. Members of the "S" Club form a guard for Karen as she is presented to the students at the candidates assembly. Junior and senior "S" Club members in the line up — Top Row: J. Storm; N. Fuller; L. Luebstorf. 2nd Row: N. Dorn; B. Busse; J. Pease; L. Sroda; D. Rice. 3rd Row: C. Kobishop,- P. Kampke; J. Kiefert; T. Koehn; L. Ferries,-J . Hein. 4th Row: P. Boehmer; D. Schallert;-J. Glosser; H. Yetter,- J. Meuret; J. Marko. Av:GtaduaiiM Alkleim Cultwie Knowledge nd fieallg ending, jmt. . ... .fttiwuuj im tot Iuqk i exentpfcbicalumGnaduateA Lila Ablard Campbellsport, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Sigma Zeta, Home Economics Club, Editor Wesley Whisper, Press Representative of Tau Gamma Beta and Wesley, Wesley, Tau Gamma Beta, Junior Dorm Counselor 1959 Pauline Jean Ainsworth Shawano, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Sigma Zeta — Vice President, Home Economics Club, Women's Recreation Association, National Education Asso-ation. College Women's Association, Student Council, Intersorority Council, Wesley, Tau Gamma Beta — President and SecretaryDavid V. Amundsen Racine, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Biology Minor: General Science Dorm Council, Golf Team Robert Bach Minocqua, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: Biology Art Karen Rae Beebe Stevens Point, Wis. Primary Primary Council, Intersorority Council- President, Girl's Glee Club, Canterbury Club, Tau Gamma Beta — Vice President, Homecoming Queen Candidate '56 Diane Baehler Seymour, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Sigma Zeta, Home Economics Club, College Women's Association President, Intersorority Council, Tau Gamma BetaDavid Bloch Wausau, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Conservation General Science LeRoy Bidgood Adams, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Geography Minor: German Siasefi Emalee C. Berth Oshkosh, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, Choir, Glee Club, Madrigals, College Theater, Pointer Business Manager, Gamma Delta, Women's Recreation Association, Sophomore Class Treasurer Iris Bocher Shawano, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Home Economics Minor: Art Home Economics Club, TrigonPaul Boehmer Prairie du Sac, Wis. Letters and Science Majors: Biology Conservation S Club, — Secretary, Baseball Mary Louise Braatz Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Speech, German Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Psi Omega, College Theater, Pointer News Editor, News Representative for Stevens Point Journal, Wesley, German Club — President I Gwenith Bolz Medford, Wis. Primary Primary Council, Gamma Delta, Women's Recreation Association Barbara Ellen Bowen Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Speech, German Sigma Tau Delta — President, Glee Club, College Theater, Pointer, Gamma Delta, Omega Mu Chi, Senior Class Treasurer Mary Jo Buggs Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: History, Speech Sigma Tau Delta, Pointer — Editor, Newman Club, Omega Mu Chi — President, Intersorority Council, Sophomore and Junior Class Secretary Patrick E. Buchberger Marathon, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: General Science Geography Newman Club, 550's, Basketball, Intramurals Robert J. Bricco White Lake, Wis. Intermediate Round Table Mary Ann Camber Pulaski, Wis. Intermediate Alpha Kappa Rho, Alpha Psi Omega — President, Round Table, Choir, Madrigals, College Theater — Secretary, Pointer, Newman ClubBob Case Crandon, Wis. Secretary Major: English Minor: Physical Education, History 550's, Intramurals Lyle Cathcart Abbotsford, Wis. Letters Science Major: Conservation Minor: Biology Alpha Kappa Lambda Irene Ya Chien Chen Hongkong, China Letters and Science Major: Chemistry Sigma Zeta, Wayland Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha William F. Check Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: General Science Minor: Physics, Math, GeographyRobert H. Christoffersen Ogema, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Chemistry Minor: Math Conrad V. Christensen Marshfield, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Physical Education Conservation Trigon, Phi Sigma Epsilon Richard L. Christensen Pittsville, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Chemistry Mathematics Minor: Physics Wesley Dan J. Cooper Clintonville, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: English Geography SiasefiMrs. Therese Costigan Lyndon Station, Wis. Primary Major: English Minor: Biology Newman Club Ruth Delight Curtis Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Primary Primary Council, Band Mary Lou Davis Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Economics Club, Wesley, Tau Gamma Beta, Orchesis Don L. Danielson Waupaca, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Conservation General Science Interfraternity Council, Lutheran Student's Association, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Golf, Tennisw V Elaine Eis Two Rivers, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Economics Club, Iris, Newman Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha Mary Susan Eastwood Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Music Minor: History Alpha Kappa Rho, Band, Choir, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Camera Club r ' Robert H. Dickinson Waupaca, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Geography Psychology-Philosophy Sigma Tau Delta, Student Council — Vice President, Student Union Board — President, College Theater, Critique, Pointer, Wordsworth Staff, Newman Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon — Social Chairman, Football, Baseball Carole A. Emerich Madison, Wis. Primary Minor: History Primary Council, Tau Gamma BetaJames M. Engel Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Biology Conservation Alpha Kappa Lambda, Band, Alpha Beta Rho, Dorm Council Robert Fellenz Marshfield, Wis. Secondary Major: Chemistry Minor: Physics Mathematics Young Democrats, Newman Club Donna L. Etten Medford, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, Women's Recreation Association — Board Member, Newman Club, Omega Mu Chi, Orchesis Eugene H. Fassbender Kaukauna, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: English SociologyLouella R. Freeberg Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Intermediate Rural Life, Round Table, Orchestra, Choir, Intervarsity David F. Folz Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: History Social Science Ray J. Fletcher Rhinelander, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, Wesley Neil P. Fuller New London, Wis. Major: Biology Minor: Physical Education, Philosophy Psychology Newman Club, TrackRobert R. Fuller Portage, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Biology Conservation Alpha Kappa Lambda Sharon Gjermundson Wittenberg, Wis. Primary Primary Council, College Women's Association — Board Member, Glee Club, Pointer, Lutheran Student's Association, Alpha Sigma Alpha Wayne H. Galler Whittlesey, Wis. Intermediate Minor: Physical Education Round Table, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Camera Club Lois Gehres Marshfield, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: History German Sigma Tau Delta, Pointer, Iris, German Club, Young Democrats — TreasurerRita Mae Green Schofield, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Economics Club, Newman Club Tom Gruman Baraboo, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: English Speech, Rhody L. Grasamkee Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics General Science Sigma Zeta, Wisconsin Education Association, National Education Association Allene Grimm Stratford, Wis. Primary Minor: German Primary Council — Treasurer, Dorm Council, Band, Trigon — Secretary-Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Alpha — President, Intersorority Council, Nelson Hall TreasurerLarry Gunderson Aniwa, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Political Science Geography Siasefi, Alpha Beta Rho George H. Hahner Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: English, Political Science Alpha Gamma — President, Critique Mrs. Blanche M. Haag Boulder Junction, Wis. Primary W.E.A., N.E.A., Primary Council Clifford Haas Roxbury, Wis. Secondary Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics General Science Sigma Zeta, National Education Association, Wisconsin Education Association, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Pointer — Business Manager and Editor, Newman Club, German Club, Camera ClubLarry E. Hanneman Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Biology Alpha Kappa Lambda Robert G. Hanes Amherst Junction, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Biology General Science Alpha Gamma, Critique, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Homecoming Chairman Rochelle Handt Larsen, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Economics Club, Lutheran Student's Association, Tau Gamma Beta Herbert Alan Hassel Marathon, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Speech Geography IntramuralsThomas E. Higgins Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation AKL, Newman Club, Camera Club Ron Hoenisch Wausau, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Physical Education English S Club, Football, Baseball, Basketball Cecelia Howe Green Bay, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, Mixed Choir, College Theater, Newman Club, Cheerleader William E. Hoppe Park Falls, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: Biology Alpha Kappa Lambda, 550'sStuart Hunt Colby, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Biology Alpha Kappa Lambda, Band William Hummel, Jr. Juneau, Wis. Secondary Major: Chemistry Minor: Mathematics Physics Siasefi Deri Charles Howe Wyocena, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Speech, History College Theatre, Newman Club Lyle D. Jacobs Muncie, Indiana Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: Biology General Science Alpha Kappa Lambda, 550'sWayne Loyd Jaeckel Marshfield, Wis. Secondary Major: Music Minor: English Alpha Kappa Rho, Music Educators National Conference, Band, Swing Band Peggy Johnson Algoma, Wis. Primary Primary Council, College Women's Association — Executive Board, Student Council, Concert Band, Newman Club, Tau Gamma Beta Barbara Jenkins Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: History Student Union Board — Secretary, Glee Club, College Theater — Treasurer, Critique, Alpha Sigma Alpha — President, Young Democrats — Treasurer, Student Librarian, Intersorority Council — President Wyona Mae Jeske Shawano, Wis. Intermediate Rural Life, Round Table, National Education Association Student Council, Gamma Delta, Young RepublicansRobert Judson Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: English, Chemistry Curtiss D. Judd Madison, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: Biology General Science Alpha Kappa Lambda — Vice President and Treasurer, 550's — President, Secretary, Sergeant at Arms, and Treasurer Richard Jokela Tripoli, Wis. Major: Music Minor: History Band, Mixed Chorus, 550's Phillip Kamke Merrill, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Economics Minor: Mathematics Chemistry S Club, FootballWilliam J. Kastner Kohler, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: Biology General Science Alpha Kappa Lambda, Newman Club, 550's John Klonsinski Nekoosa, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Economics Minor: History Social Science S Club, Baseball Ronald Kerl Janesville, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Biology Minor: General Science Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha Beta Rho Jon P. Kleiber Waukesha, Wis. Intermediate Minor: English Round Table, Men's Glee Club, Radio-TV Workshop, Lutheran Student's Association — President, 550's, Young Republicans, Intramurals Jl' w I Vivian Krinke Cambria, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Economics Club, Iris, Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Alpha — Treasurer James A. Kosmicki Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: General Science History National Education Association, Wisconsin Education Association, Pointer, Newman Club, Alpha Beta Rho William J. Kopp Oshkosh, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Mathematics German Minor: Physics Phi Sigma Epsilon Wayne W. Kumm Shawano, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Mathematics Chemistry Minor: General SciencePeter Laszewski Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: Biology General Science AKL, Newman Club Samuel J. Leghorn Plainfield, Wis. Elementary Round Table Huntley Lewis Oconto Falls, Wis. Secondary Major: Chemistry Minor: Mathematics Physics Band, Wesley Mosinee, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Biology Conservation Minor: General ScienceDonald Linskens Kaukauna, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: General Science Conservation 550's, Alpha Beta Rho Ted Ludeman Laona, Wis. Letters and Science Major: History Minor: Economics Physical Education Newman Club, Siasefi, S Club, Football Fred Lodzinski Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Chemistry Minor: Mathematics Physics Sigma Zeta, Newman Club La Vern Luebstorf Milwaukee, Wis. Secondary Major: Mathematics Minor: English French Student Council, Phi Sigma Epsilon, S Club, Basketball, TrackPriscilla Ann Lundberg Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Secondary Major: Music Minor: English Alpha Kappa Rho, College Women's Association, Band, Choir, Madrigals, Opera, Brass Ensemble, Wayland, Alpha Sigma Alpha Betty Marvin Waukesha, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Political Science Geography Wesley, Alpha Sigma Alpha John H. Maines Sayner, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Chemistry Minor: Mathematics Physics S Club, Baseball Richard D. Marko Stevens Point, Wis. Intermediate Minor: Art Round Table, Band, Swing-band, Iris, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Siasefi, S Club, Basketball Manager, Campus Bowling League — PresidentHelen Kayomi Matsuoka Waimea, Kauai, Hawaii Intermediate-Upper Ele. Round Table, Girl's Glee Club, Wayland Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha Paul Massey Rhinelander, Wis. Secondary Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics General Science Basketball, Track 1 . . i Joanne Marvin Marshfield, Wis. Primary Primary Council, Omega Mu Chi Werner W. Mclver Waupun, Wis. Letters and Science Major: History Minor: Political Science Speech Radio WorkshopRobert Mann McLendon Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Social Science Minor: Political Science Sociology, Economics Choir, Glee Club, Madrigal, Iris, Trigon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, YGOP Gerald Meuret Wausau, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Physical Education Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pointer, Track Art McMillion Crandon, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: History, Speech Sigma Tau Delta, Wordsworth Editor, Phi Sigma Epsilon Gerald D. Menzel Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Economics Minor: Sociology Political Science Trigon — President, Young Republicans — President, 550's, College Director, Wisconsin Federation of Young Republicans» Sue A. Mills Endeavor, Wis. Primary Major: Primary Minor: English Primary Council-Vice President, College Choir, Glee Club, Wesley, Tau Gamma Beta Jerry J. Miller Neenah, Wis. Letters and Sciences Major: Conservation Minor: Geography, General Science AKL, Camera Club, LSA, Tennis, Intramurals Mary Michalski Merrill, Wis. Primary Minor: English Primary Council, Newman Club, Women's Recreation Association Ronald L. Misiorowski Stevens Point, Wis. Major: Chemistry Minor: Math Physics Sigma Phi Epsilonry AtL Daniel W. Misner Beloit, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Conservation, General Science AKL, Canterbury Club, Alpha Beta Rho — President, Football, Basketball Manager Harold Mlsna Nekoosa, Wisconsin Secondary Major: Math Minor: Physics, General Science Newman Club, 550's Gerald F. Mrochek Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Secondary Major: Math Minor: Chemistry, Physics Ronald Morrell Green Bay, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: Biology Senior Class Vice-Presi dentTheresa J. Nadolski Portage, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Ec Club, Girl's Glee Club, Iris Staff, Newman Club 9 Mary Nixon Elton, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Speech, History Sigma Tau Delta, College Theater, 3 Act Play, Wordsworth, Radio Workshop, Newman Club Ronda R. Narlow Bowler, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Ec Club, Band, Girl's Glee Club, Gamma Delta Joseph Alexander Obey Tomahawk, Wis. Intermediate Men's Glee Club, Newman Club, FootballAlton T. Olson lola, Wis. Secondary Major: Math Minor: Physics, Chemistry Sigma Zeta, Choir, Men's Glee Club, ISA, Phi Sigma Epsilon Rose Mary Opichka Hillsboro, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Ec Club, Iris, Newman Club, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Dorm Counselor Russell J. Olson Osseo, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: English Physical Education Alpha Gamma Barbara Ann Omernik Stevens Point, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, Girl's Glee Club, String Ensemble, Newman ClubKenneth G. Peabody Wausau, Wis. Intermediate Round Table Peggy Paulson Stetsonville, Wis. Intermediate Major: Education Minor: Physical Education Round Table, Choir, Newman Club, WRA — Treasurer Anthony Pass Rhinelander, Wis. Secondary Ed. Major: Math Minor: History, Physics College Choir, Band, Newman Club, Sigma Phi Epsilon Virginia Peterson Brantwood, Wis. Primary Primary Council, College Theatre, Newman Club, Women's Recreation AssociationTheron C. Polivka Grand Marsh, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Economics Minor: History Siasefi Betty Jane Radue Chili, Wis. Primary Major: Education Minor: Psychology, Philosophy Primary Council, WRA, Girl's Glee Club, Gamma Delta Carole Ann Prahl Rhinelander, Wis. Primary Council, Girl's Glee Club, Wesley, Tau Gamma Beta, German Club, Lambda Chi Gloria D. Radloff Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: English, Geography Alpha Gamma, Iris Staff, Wesley, Omega Mu Chi, TreasurerErvin R. Redding Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Geography Minor: Math Physics Newman Club, S Club, Basketball Paul F. Rasmussen Green Bay, Wis. Secondary Major: World History Minor: English, Geography Young Republicans, Inter-Fraternity Council, Pointer, Newman Club, Alpha Beta Rho, Intramurals Donald R. Rank Manitowoc, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation AKL, Newman Club, 550's Suzanne I. Rezin Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Letters and Science Major: English Minor: French Intersorority Council — President, Girl's Glee Club, Iris Staff, Canterbury, Omega Mu Chi James E. Richards Gresham, Wis. Intermediate — Upper Elementary S Club, Roundtable, Soph. Class Pres., Men's Glee Club, Newman Club, Basketball Ronald Rodaer Green Bay, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: Biology Alpha Kappa Lambda Rita R. Ristow Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Geography, German Alpha Gamma, Iris, LSA, Edelweiss Club, Tau Gamma Beta, Treasurer Alice Robley Bonduel, Wis. Primary Major: Education Minor: History Primary Council — Corresponding Secretary, Girl's Glee Club, Pointer Staff, LSARobert Rustad Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: History Minor: Political Science Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sia-sefi Janet Ruhsam New London, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Ec Club, Wesley Jerome C. Schoen Caroline, Wis. Secondary Major: History, Geography Minor: English Men's Glee Club, LSA, TrackHerbert Schotz Merrill, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: General Science, Biology Alpha Kappa Lambda, Newman Club, Football James P. Schowalter Elkhorn, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation, Biology Minor: General Science Alpha Kappa Lambda, Intramurals William F. Sekel Beaver Dam, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: Physical Education, Biology AKL — Secretary, Basketball, Intramurals William M. Scribner Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: Geography Minor: Conservation, Chemistry Alpha Kappa Rho, Men's Glee Club, Wesley — PresidentBeatrice Mae Smith Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, WEA, NEA Allan George Skinner Oregon, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: English, Biology AKL, Y-Dems Alex R. Shuda Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: History, Science, Biology Phi Sigma Epsilon, Freshman and Sophomore Class Vice President, Newman Club, S Club, Football, Hockey Shirley May Smith Portage, Wis. Primary Major: History College Theatre, Radio Workshop, Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Alpha, WRAV Adeline Marie Sopa Almond, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Phy. Ed., History Sigma Zeta, Newman Club, WRA Ruth Stoeberl Grand Marsh, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: History, German German Club, Wordsworth, Newman Club Eugene Sorenson Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry, Physical Education Sigma Zeta, Sophomore Class President, Junior Class Vice-President, Newman Club — President, S Club, Wrestling, Football, Track Janis Marie Sotebeer Green Bay, Wis. Primary Primary Council, Gam ma Delta, YGOPManuel Thies Clintonville, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Conservation, General Science AKL, LSA Storm Merrill, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Biology, Conservation AKL, S Club, Baseball Jay Thurston Loretta, Wis. Letters and Science Major: History, Geography Minor: General Science Newman Club, 550's, Ski ClubThomas Gay Vandenbergen Arpin, Wis. Letters and Science Major: General Science College Theatre, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Campus Bowling League Dale H. Vollrath Greenwood, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Math, Physics Janice Vandervest Algoma, Wis. Primary Primary Council, Pointer Staff, Newman Club, WRA Pat Van Wormer Waupaca, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Math, Biology Iris Staff, Pointer StaffJames J. Wavrunek Neillsville, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Minor: Geography, Conservation NEA, WEA, Student Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon Joanne Wallner Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Primary Major: Education Minor: German Primary Council — President, Band, Newman Club, German Club Anita Wegner Cambria, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Ec Club, Girl's Glee Club, Wesley Donald Waterman Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: Biology General ScienceDarlene Welch Merrill, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, Intersorority Press Representative, Gamma Delta, Tau Gamma Beta Robert Wishowski Hawkins, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: General Science, Biology John M. Wheaton Montello, Wis. Secondary Major: Biology Conservation Minor: General Science Alpha Kappa Lambda, Men's Glee Club May Taylor Winegarden Nekoosa, Wis. Primary Major: Primary Minor: History Primary Council, Newman Club, WRAJerry Young Almond, Wis. Secondary Major: Math Minor: Physics Geography Newman Club, Alpha Beta Rho Suzanne Yach Stevens Point, Wis. Intermediate Round Table, Modern Dance Group, Girls' Glee Club, Newman Club, Omega Mu Chi — Recording Secretary and Alum Secretary Norbert A. Yingling Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: General Science, Biology AKL — President, 550's Laddie F. Zellinger Phillips, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: History, Political Science Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Gamma, Y-Dems, Newman ClubLewis Zieldorf Black River Falls, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Math, Chemistry Minor: Physics C. Patrick Collier New London, Wis. Secondary Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics Speech Philosophy National Education Association, Student Council — President, Dramatics, Forensics, Debate Team, Wisconsin Education Association Carl R. Ballenger Elroy, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Minor: General Science Biology Band, Wesley, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Lambda Dixie Lee Blom Bonduel, Wis. Primary Alpha Sigma Alpha — President, Membership Director, Song Leader, Primary Council — Press Representative, College Women's Association, — Assistant Treasurer, Glee Club, Lutheran Student's Association, Nelson Hall President, Nelson Hall Councilor, 1957 Homecoming Queen Candidate Mrs. Norma Cone Wisconsin Dells, Wis. Intermediate and Upper Elementary Major: Education Psychology Minor: English Economics Caryol Cutts Stratford, Wis. Primary Minor: History Primary Council Alan A. Danke Fremont, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Biology Conservation Minor: English General Science Gamma Delta, Alpha Kappa Lambda, S Club, Track, WrestlingMary Friebel Deerbrook, Wis. Rural Education Majors: History, Geography Dewayne P. Grauden Merrill, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Chemistry Biology Siasefi Roy J. Habeck Shawano, Wis. Elementary Ed. WEA, NEA, Wis. Elementary School Principals Assn., Pointer, Radio Workshop, Gamma Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intramural Basketball Ramon L. Hagedorn Neillsville, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Physics Speech Tau Kappa Epsilon, National Education Association, Wisconsin Education Association, Men's Glee Club, College Theater, Radio Workshop, Gamma Delta, Debate Club Alfred J. Helminski Stevens Point, Wis. Secondary Major: History Minor: Physical Ed., Social Science S Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football, Basketball Dale E. Jakel Curtiss, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Biology Russell P. Kostrzak Manawa, Wis. Secondary Major: Conservation Biology Minor: General Science Alpha Kappa Lambda, Iris, Newman Club, Camera Club Elodia M. Jeranek Lakewood, Wis. Rural WEA, Wabeno Teachers Association, Girls' Chorus Rosalyn Lee Lodi, Wis. Secondary Major: Home Economics Minor: General Science Home Economics Club, College Women's Association — Board Member, Student Council, Wesley Choir, Pointer, Wesley, Alpha Sigma Alpha Jane Pichette Green Bay, Wis. Secondary Major: English Minor: Speech, History College Theatre, Iris, Pointer, Newman ClubSiwarn Pochanayon Dhonburi, Thailand Intermediate College Theatre, Round Table, International Club, Christian Science Group Dorothy Prahl Wausau, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Social Science Minor: Sociology Political Science William R. Schroeder Columbus, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Biology Minor: History, Geography Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football, Basketball Jamshid Soulati Rezaieh, Iran Letters and Science Major: Chemistry Minor: Math Student Council-Delzell, Tau Kappa Epsilon Thomas C. Vander Velden Kimberly, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Conservation Minor: Biology AKL, 550's John Vania Algoma, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Biology, Conservation Sigma Zeta, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Interfraternity Council, Alpha Beta Rho Ben A. Wagner Chilton, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Economics Minor: Geography, History Newman Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon Kenneth C. Walcheck Waukesha, Wis. Letters and Science Major: Biology, Conservation Sigma Zeta James Wazenick Stevens Point, Wis. Letters and Science Major: English Minor: Math, Physics Sigma Tau Delta, One and Three Act Plays, College Theatre, S Club, Football Nels Werner Moquah, Wis. Major: Biology Conservation Trigon Gertrude Scribner Whittaker Almond, Wis. Intermediate-Upper Elementary RoundtableCSC VatumYou ore always welcome at Westenberger's for your lunch, snack or your favorite soda, and the best in drugs. Boston's . . . Four Floors of Fine Furniture When the Delzell men need their clothes cleaned in a hurry, or a white shirt ready for that special date, they know for fast, dependable service they can't beat Normington's.Lullabye Furniture Company has the best of furniture for the newcomer. Here is just one of the many lovely dresses from the Quality Store.a For the finest in furs visit Nigbor's. Bill's Shoe Store for the finest in family footwear The quick, convenient, free checking service of the First National Bank provides aid to the organizations and individuals on campus.For the newest in women's apparel, shop at Campbell's, the shopping center of Stevens Point. Emmons' Student Supply Store for your complete supply needs. Graham Lane Music and Record Shop Big Shoe Store for family footwear "Hello Young Lovers Wherever You Are" could very well be the theme of Otterlee's Jewelry Store, headquarters for all cherishable, lasting gifts.BENJAMIN JOURNAL SUPPORTS ... CENTRAL STATE COLLEGE Commercial Printing Publishers of The Stevens Point Daily Journal The IGA Foodliners are happy to bring you the finest in groceries and meats. The Breitenstein Company features appliances for your home of today or the one in the future. Hotel Whiting Pal Restaurant. . . The Most for Your Meal Budget Fisher's Dairy for Grade A Milk and Ice Cream Here is one of the trucks being readied to deliver another load of those fine dairy products sold by West's Dairy.Pasternacki's Men's Wear . . . Now in Our 48th Year Giftowne with books and gifts for everyone For all your drug and photography needs visit Hannon's Prescription Pharmacy. CSC students can find the most for their clothing dollar at the J. C. Penney Company. Whiting-Plover Paper Company of Stevens Point, manufacturers of Permanized Bond Ledger and Thin Paper • !Ben's Jewelry Store . . . Headquarters for Keepsake Diamond Rings Sea Food is Our Specialty . . . Hot Fish ShopThe Campus Cafe The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. An efficient way to save your summer earnings . . . Citizens National Bank, Stevens Point Select your corsage or any floral needs at Sorenson's Floral Shop. Personalized service is our byword. 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