University of Wisconsin Superior - Gitche Gumee Yearbook (Superior, WI)
- Class of 1954
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Your Gitche Gumee this year uses a journalism theme to tell its story by word and picture as it takes you from the opening of school in the fall to graduation exercises in June. From the printer's type on the cover to "30" at the end, we hope this review of college life in 1953-54, will bring back fond memories in years to come.'mi-: ;v -; (, n: . ; ,i; i
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1 — Main Building
2 — Auditorium Wing
3 — Curran Library
4 — McCaskill Training School
5 — Health Office
6 — ROTC Headquarters
7 — Chemistry Laboratory
8 — Heating Plant and Observatory'
9 — College Cafeteria
10 — Crownhart Hall Women's Dormitory
11 — Gates Gymnasium 1 2 — Music Building
13 —Sundquist Hall Men's Dormitory
14 — Site of new football stadium
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September 19 —The Yellowjackets got the season started in fine style with a 14-13 win over the Bulldogs of UMD. in a non-conference game at Municipal Stadium.
September 26 — Eau Claire's Bluegolds invaded Superior and put a damper on State's conference title hopes 12-0.
Kessler plunges through
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The pictures on this page were taken at the All-School Mixer held the first week of school.Cottonwood tree on North campus. (Same tree, same view, different book)
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13Top ranking Cadets of Air ROTC unit: Col. Robert Hogan and Lt. Col. John Okerstrom
State legislators visit campus
Dick Bong memorial fund drive a success.
Six Men, Six Women Named To Owl and Serpent
Owl and Serpent, founded in 1926 by a committee of four faculty members, is the original honorary scholastic fraternity at SSC. The organization was formed to advance scholastic achievement. To be eligible for membership a student must have completed 90 semester hours credit and have a grade point average of 2.00 or better.
Twelve students are elected each year and represent the highest ranking students in the senior class, according to the credits committee.
Selected for membership this year were:
Robert Aronson Carol DeBruyne Jay Delano Robert Erickson Dorothy Gustafson Mary Hilton
Bordello Hanson Johnson Robert Jones Herald Ness Lawerence Seifferl Avonne Steele Ruth Tuttle
Seated: Carol DeBruyne, Dorothy Gustafson, Mary Hilton, Berdella Johnson, Robert Jones. Standing: Robert Erickson, Jay Delano, Ruth Tuttle, Lawerpn Seiffert, Robert Aronson. Not pictured: Avonne Steele, Herald Ness.Gala Homecoming
Homecoming candidates. Jack Mussey, Nila Steffan, Jim Rot-saert, Barbara Andresen, Don Neely, Rosario Perez, Dan Bur-bey, and Janet Reynolds.
Posters filled the halls dur royalty campaign.Captures
Dorms decorated for homecoming: left, Crownhart hall; Right, Sundquist hall.
mFVictory was Not Ours
The Yellowjackets, plagued with injuries, went down to defeat at the hands of LaCrosse by the score of 38-0, before a large Homecoming crowd.
The DiMarcomen had lost to River Falls in a previous game by a score of 21-0. This was not our year. Our lone victory thus far had been over Duluth branch of the University of Minnesota. Our next opponents were Stout and .Michigan Tech, both away from home.
54—Rotsaert, and 70—Kuntz, try for LaCrosse ball carrier as Kessler, 83, comes from background.Homecoming
The Grand March, leqd by royalty, below.
Principals: Roderick Ellison, Rita Kotter, Ann Ecklond, Cynthia Plant and Jeffery Sell.
Directors: Rosario Perez, left, and Merilyn Leon Guerrero, right, assistant directors to Pa-cey Beers, center.Supporting Cast: Kenneth Noble, Betty Bergstrom, Ford Malone and Marjory Matthews.
The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde Performed October 22-25, 1953 Cast
Lane, butler Algernon Moncrieff John Worthing Lady Bracknell Hon. Gwendolyn Fairfax Cecily Cardew Miss Prism
Rev. Canon Chasuble Merriman
Kenneth Noble Roderick Ellison Jeffrey Sell Ann Ecklund Cynthia Plant Rita Kotter Betty Bergstrom Ford Malone Marjory Matthews
Dorothy Gustafson paints a backdrop
PresentFirst row—William Anonich, Dermis Kuntz, Rocco Vita, Bob Golly, Tony DaPra, Carson Gotham, Al Anderson. Second row—Gene Herubin, Jim Rotsaert, Jack Mussey, Rod Lundberg, Lou Pretti, Jack Hulmer, Bcrnie LaValley, Dan Burbey; Back row—Herman Clough, John Holm, Joe Rounce, Dennis Dahl, Bill Mizinski, Cal Kessler, Tom Nolan, Gene Martino, and Joe Gustafson, student manager.
Yellowjackets End Season With 3 Win, 4 Loss Record
24The 1953 grid season ended on a high note for the injury-ridden Yellowjackets, with rousing victories over Stout Institute and Michigan Tech of Houghton, both games played away from home. The record for the season was three wins and four losses. The DiMarco men ended in eighth place in the conference, which was won by LaCrosse and Plafteville. Superior's lone conference win was against Stout.
Sept. 19 Duluth 14 13
Sept. 26 Eau Claire 0 12
Oct. 3 St. Norbert 6 25
Oct. 10 River Falls 0 21
Oct. 16 La Crosse 0 38
Oct. 24 Stout Institute 19 7
Oct. 31 Michigan Tech 34 16
Cal Kessler, who started the season with the Yellow-jackets as an end, and later was shifted to the fullback spot for the last two games of the season, was picked by the Wisconsin state college coaches and athletic directors as an outstanding back on a 22-man honor squad. No first and second teams were chosen in the conference this year.
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Misses Celia Carsley, Grace Barney and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. van Patter were honored at a faculty party in November. Misses Carsley and Barney had retired last spring, and the van Patters were married last August. Mrs. van Patter was the former Miss Joanna Teerink of the McCaskill faculty.
Four Faculty Members Honored
The Tangneys, Whitneys and the Edgar Briggs were among those there to honor the four.Coffee and conversation hold forth at the cafeteria
Campus Activities-Many and Varied
Coeds basking in the sun during November's late Indian summer.The practice teachers and the prof.
Camera Club Holds Shooting Session
Radio Guild responsible for many programs aired this year.Gloria Frederick captures turkey in annual Turkey Chase
WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE
The month of November was a busy one for students. Events were happening in rapid succession and a lot of activity was going on in anticipation of events to take place in December.
The annual turkey chase for coeds set the stage for the annual Thanksgiving Formal sponsored by Semper Compares fraternity on November 27. The first all-school after-the-Thanks-giving holiday dance was held on Sunday evening, November 29, in Curran library.
Basketball practice got underway with the promise of a good season. The College Players were deep in rehearsal for George Bernard Shaw's play "Candida." The chorus and orchestra of more than 200 were rehearsing for Haydn's "Creation," and the girls of Crown-hart Hall were busy preparing for their annual Christmas party for the faculty.
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Returning Lettermen: Front Row: Earl Snyder, Ken Leland, Dennis Dahl, and Len Bartolutti, captain. Back row: Tom Ward, Bob
Herubin, Jim Rotsaert, and Jack Hulmer.
The Yellowjackets under coach Leo DiMarco opened the basketball season away from home with a rousing victory over Bethel College, 88-65. The first home game saw the 'Jackets defeat St. John's University 80-69.
Len Bartolutti against St. John's.
Number 24—Jack HulmerCollege Players Present 'Candida'
By George Bernard Show Directed by Pacey Beers The College Auditorium December 2. 3. 5. 6, 1953
Mary Kay Fancher as Candida, Tom Mas-sengale as The Rev. James Mavor Morell, pastor of St. Dominic's Church, and Lauren Ekroth as Eugene Marchbanks, a poet, in a scene from the first College Players production, Candida, by G. B. Shaw.Joseph Gustafson, Candida's father, Mary Hanlon, Miss Prosperine Garnett, secretary to Rev. Morell, and Arthur Johnson os Lexy Mill, a curate, enacting on interesting scene from Candida.
THE CAST The Rev. James Movor Morell Miss Prosperine Barnett (Prossy)
Lexy Mills, a curate Mr. Burgess, Candida's father.
Candida, Rev. Morell's wife Eugene Marchbanks, a poet
Setting Designed by The Stage Design Class of Lars Kittleson
T. Massengale M. Y. Hanlon A. Johnson J. Gustafson M. K.Rancher L. EkrothCrownhart Girls
Entertain the Faculty
Right, Dr. and Mrs. Hill go through the receiving line. Below, Faculty women seen chatting at the reception."The Creation' by Joseph Haydn
This year for the first time the Department of Music of Wisconsin State College at Superior with a chorus and orchestra of over 200 presented Joseph Haydn's "Creation." William Keller was conductor and Donald Foltz was choral director.Right, Professional Soloists; Charles Full• mer, tenor; AAary Ellen Jenkins, soprano; and Kenneth Felsted, bass.
Harris Balko, soprano; and
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bass.Plans for the annual Fex Christmas formal are discussed by Fex-men Roy Wittwer, Bob Lynch, and Charles Daniels
Lambda Sigma Lambda members Darlene Dow and Alice LePage invite SSC students to the "Silver Swirl"—
Dormitories Decorate for Yuletide
Crownhart Hall in the midst of the Christmas seasonm ‘ -IT
As the year 1953 comes to a close, the administration is busy winding up the affairs and business for the 12 months period and preparing for another year to come.
Dr. Jim Dan Hill
E. H. Schrieber Dean of Instruction
G "enthien Ue°n of
Phil Arlousky Dean of MenMcCaskill
McCaskill Administrators: V. E. van
Patter, Director of Teacher Training, seated; standing, H. H. Whitney, Principal of junior high school; Robert Trauba, Principal of grades, and Harry Anderson, Assistant Director of Teacher Training.
Ruth Peterson, Secretary to Dean of Instruction
Ellen Gilhuly, below. Secretary to Placement Bureau, and Mary Brokke, lower right. Secretory, Library.Kathleen Small, Secretary to President
Elsie Waite, Assistant Secretary
Dr. James W. Easton and Lelia Wiley, school doctor and nurse.Air ROTC Enlisted Personnel
iLibrary Staff and Custodians
Mary Alice Jutila, Delores Koenig, Lillian Polachta.
Donald Stien, Superintendent of Buildings and
Mary Fish, Pat Bohmbach, Kenneth Breckner, Mary Hilton, Norman Adamson, Nancy Dolton, Norman Martin, Elsie Granstrom, Elmer Splett.
Front row— Elmer Anderson, Colin McRae, Hildur McNoughton, Helmer Coeke, Glenn Schultz; top row—Earl McNamara, Dana Akers, Earl Hanson, Steve Rindo, Sr., Earl Snyder, Frank Nevin. Absent—Palmer Haugen, John LeMar, Bernard Frels. „, „ |;Mie difficulty v ith
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In five games played during December, The DiMarcomen won three and lost two, in non-conference contests. Wins were over Bethel, St. Johns and St. Cloud. Losses were to Michigan Tech and Baldwin-Wallace in Ohio.
Jack Hulmer continued to be high scorer for the team with Jack Patritto close behind. Tom Larson, freshman, was coming up fast.
Hulmer goes in unmolested.cnosen from the senior Air ROTC cadets os Distinguished Cadets based on their high academic standing, character and leadership both in summer camp and the regular curriculum, were Robert Hogan, left, and Quentin Nelson.
Comprising Air ROTC cadets in their freshman and sophomore years.
Seated — Carlin Kielcheski, president; David Ellefson, vice president; standing — James May, treasurer; Tom Massengale, public information officer, and Curtis Balko, secretarvClasses and Organizations Begin New Yearrin: i v
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Lee Fonger Chairman, Social CommitteeJuniors
Front row—Vivian Johnson, Leila Puhakka, Yvonne Cloutier, Paul Rozowski, Mary Dungan, Richard Lidberg, Norman Adamson, John Patritto. Back row—Jeffery Sell, Janet Hessel, Jane Ford, Lois Nelson, Palmyra Grupstra, Evelyn Magnuson, Margaret Christian, Joyce Christoffersen, Rosario Perez, Roy Wittwer, Gene Herubin.Front row- . Bruce Williams, Elmer Splett, Evert Schmidt, Arthur Johnson, Sherman Miller, Greffo Bovrker, Betty Bergstrom, Carole Shofland. Back row Carson Gotham, Jack Allman, Kenneth Breckner, Jack Buytaert, Eldon Sanders, Catherine Williams, Mary Murphy, Lucille Wiinamaki.
Front row—Donald Faye, Edward Drolson, Dale Compeau, Paul Peterson, Lauren Ekroth, Robert Nollet, Richard Foltz, Douglas Baker. Back row—Herbert Neelund, Bob Gone, Mary Kay Foncher, Kathryn Glew, Cynthia Plant, Sandra Benson, Alice LePoge, Darlene Dow.
59rrv ., iww-oeiiy jonnson, v ary jo v-nson, Arlene Olson, Dana Hill, Jennie Lou Kaub, Roz Schliep, Joan McKenzie, Merna Hendrickson, Carole Greenwood, Mary Ann Schneeberger, George Dirkes, Kenneth Marshall. Back row-Yvonne Collins, Lester Frye, Robert Lloyd, Elwood Schmidt, Bob Schmidt, Donald Kuechler, John Langan, Erwin Johnson, Richard Foote, James Preisler, Berkeley Wells, Forrest Thannum, Arlene Lokker.
Front row—Marilyn K.nutsen, Elvin Broman, Dorothy Soho t, Rose Basic, T. Conrad Nelson, Marlene Thompson. Back row—Robert Clements, Francis Stone, Pauline Gustafson, Helen Lepley, Dana Chapman, Shirley Olson, Laurie Jacobsen, Joan Biller, Mary Herubin.
FreshmenFront row—William McKee, Dale Blomquist, Shirley Hickox, Patsy Albee, Jean Kruschwitz, Joy Manley, Joseph Vittone, Richard Nord. Back row—Betty Jo Dunsmoor, Barbara Doherty, Charlene Buran, Donna Morris, Mary June Fish, Priscilla Anderson, Phyllis Ansell, Carol Endrizzi, Alice Briskie, Joan Fontecchio, Lucille LaBerge.Row one—Jane McLean, Donna Campbell, Judith Finstad, Rose Basic, Lola Cloutier, Elsie Granstrom. Row two—Gladys Asp, Dick Lidberg, Leonard Kresheck, Lester Frye, Richard Cycenas, Betty Jantzen.
Rural State Graded
Students of the Rural State Graded section are enrolled in either a two, three, or four-year curriculum in preparation for teaching in one-teacher and in first and second class state graded schools.
The organization of this section is known as the Sigma Rho. During the year the members sponsor a number of educational programs and social events.Intermediaies
The Intermediates meet once a month as a social and educational group to aid the members in their preparations for the teaching of grades 4, 5 and 6.
At each meeting the business session is followed by an educational program which includes talks by past members not in the educational field, personal contributions of experiences by members, and a visit to a public school room in session.
Several money raising projects were sponsored and a Spring Tea was held.
Eunice Matson ... ... President
Ivy Nevalo ........................ Vice President
Alice LePage Secretary
Joyce Christoffersen Treasurer
Row one—Ivy Nevala, Shirley Olson, Laurie Jacobson, Donna Wilson, Dana Chapman, Olga Maki, Martha Wiley, June Pedersen. Row two—Shirley Somerville, Eunice Matson, Opal Anderson, Joyce Christoffersen, Jane Ford, Shirley Olson, Pearl Wallace, JoAnn Solstad. Row three—Lois Holm, Lois Heifner, Marjory Matthews, Pauline Gustafson, Delores Johnson, Mrs. Helen Snell, Rita Sowrite, Lucille Wiinamaki.Row one-Alice Briske, Corol Endrizzi, Joan Fontecchio, Joyce Fjelling, Delores Okkonen, Jacqueline Pederson, Nancy Bloomquist, Marlene Thompson, Gerry Wasson. Row two—Mary Murphy, Catherine Williams, Gail Jacobson, Gertrude Anderson, Marilyn Knutsen, Dorothy Soholt, Mary Ann Schnecberger, Caroline Sell. Row three-Gwen Gustafson, Betty Jo Dunsmoor, Mary Kay Fancher, Janet Miles, Barbara Andresen, Jeanne Spreufels, Shirley Hickox, Pat Albee.
Affiliated with the Nationol Association of Childhood Education International, the Kindergarten-Primary group meets monthly during the third hour on Tuesday. They started the year by entertaining the new students at a tea and have had many other social activities such as the Mother-Daughter Tea in the Spring.
The K-P department also has the privilege of having an original song composed by Ruth Wohlstrom for their theme.Front row: Left to right—Mary Moho, Gertrude Anderson, Marlis Thomas, Barbara Moe, Madge Keller. Second row—Vivian Johnson, Mary Lou Douglas, Joy Manly, Jennie Lou Kaub, Luise Larson. Top row-Annette Potter, Nan Allen, Jean Krusch-witz, Mary Kay Francher, Yvonne Cloutier, Leila Puhakka, Marcella Mattson.
At one of our TeasFront row: Left to right— Marlis Thomas, Edith Little, Donna Campbell, Elsie Granstrom, Bernard Nelson, Lawrence Seiffert. Second row—Roger Christensen, Tom Gundersen, Annette Potter, Stephen Stourseth, Elizabeth Dunsmoor, Shirley Olson, Dale Compeau. Top row—Robert Koenig, Kathleen Trebilcock, Harry Nelson, Brian Andreen, Richard Solie, Paul Peterson, Cliff Vennerstrom.
The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship with the Father and with his Son Jesus Christ. John 1:3.
The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational group which meets three times a week at the First Covenant church. The schedule of the meetings held by the group consists of a Monday noon prayer meeting and Wednesday noon Bible study. Every Thursday evening is devoted to a fellowship hour.
The group entertains similar campus organizations from St. Luke's Nurses Home and the University of Minnesota, Duluth Branch; also special programs are presented at various churches by the group during the year.
In addition to religious activities, the IVCF enjoys numerous outings and parties, of which the Freshman Welcome is an annual event.
Bible Study Leader
Shirley Olson Dick Solie
Larry SeiffertNewman Club
The Newman Club of Superior State is an organization composed of all the Catholic students on the campus. Its purpose is to promote spiritual, intellectual and social welfare for the college student. Meetings are held each Wednesday evening at the Cathedral Parish Hall with alternation of business and discussion meetings.
The group sponsors various social and religious activities during the year; some of which are Banquet Suppers, Communion Breakfasts, Day of Recollection, Christmas party at St. Joseph's Children's Home and the annual Newman Club picnic.
At Superior State, the Newman Club is a branch of the North Central Province of Newman Clubs and is affiliated with the National Newman Club Federation.
Rosario Perez Margaret Adams
Clayton Hogan _
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Front row: Left to right—Mary Murphy, Donna Morris, Geraldine Wasson, Carol Endrizzi, Barbara Doherty, Margaret Adams, Mary Ann Schneeberger, Carmel Zimmerman. Second row—Rose Marie Basic, Carol Greenwood, Jeanne Spreutels, Emily Sertich, Mary Dungan, Marjorie Doherty, Palmyra Grupstra, Katherine Ek, Betty Sirianni. Top row—Walter Klein, advisor. Ford Malone, Tom Pareanteau, Robert Schimidt, John Langan, James Tracy, Jim May, John Michalke, John Schmidt, Clayton Hogan, Msgr., Alphone Kress, chaplain.Wesley Fellowship
Front row: Left to right: Merle Cressy, Lois Holm, Janet Miles, Beth Helwig, Ann Taylor. Back row: Norman Adamson, Charles Accola, James Skinner, Dr. Manion, Don Liesch, Norman Martin.
The Radio Guild is a student organization which provides announcers, engineers, script writers and production assistants for the college's three weekly network broadcasts. Programs produced by the Radio Guild were heard over station WEBC, Superior, and WJMC, Rice Lake. These programs were occasionally heard over state AM and FM stations.
The inauguration of cafeteria broadcasts was the first move of the Radio Guild this year. A newscast and record show were heard daily in the cafeteria. Included in cafe broadcasts were some variety shows with special features.
Six officers were chosen to head the group for the 1953 season. Paul Peterson, Poplar, was selected as program director. Other officers chosen were, Lucy Herubin, Superior, chief announcer; Dick Solie, Superior, director of cafeteria broadcasts; Phyllis Ansell, Superior, publicity and public relations, Dick DeFore, Superior, continuity supervisor; and Lyle Delano, Weyerhauser, chief engineer.
Seated: Left to right—Kenneth Noble, Bruce Williams, Marge Hawkins, Phyllis Ansell, Lucy Herubin, Jack O'Brien, Dick DeFore. Standing—Dr. Manion, Lyle Delano, Paul Peterson, Dick Sollie, Mr. Beers.George Nelson trys one, one handed. Jack Hulmer (24) and Jack Patritto (15) look on.
Jackets Have Tough Time In ConferenceThe Yellowjockets were doomed for a low place in the conference after some hard-fought contests ift February. In nine conference games played, the DiMarcomen had managed to come up with only two wins, one over Stout Institute, the other over LaCrosse. In over-all play, including the Stevens Point contest on February 11, the 'Jackets had won six and lost 11. Four contests remained in the season.
Jack Hulmer attempts. Jack Petritto (15), Bob Herubin (25), len Bartolutti, in background at left.Back with the refills.
ity Council take a break from the routine of the receiving line.
SSC Femmes Relax
Miss Flogstad presents some food for thought.Members of the faculty enjoy a refresher cup of coffee.
Girls pass by serving table presided over by Mrs. Barney Barstow.
At All-Girl Tea
Idle moments were filled with pleasant conversation.Alexander, Joan, B.S., Hayward; transfer from Transylvania College; The Messiah, 3; The Creation, 4; Tau Alpha Chi, 3, 4; Intermediates, 3, 4.
Aronson, Robert K., B.S., Superior; Owl and Serpent Society, 4.
Brown, Arnold, B.S., Iron-wood, Michigan; transfer from Gogebic Junior College; basketball, 3; Intramurals, 3, 4; ROTC, 3; Lutheran Student's Association, 3, 4.
Connolly, Gary J., B.S., Amery; transfer from River Falls State Teachers; intramurals, 2, 3, 4; cheerleader, 3, 4; ROTC, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4;
Drum and Bugle Corps, 3, 4; The Messiah, 3; The Creation, 4; A Cappella Choir, 3, 4; College-Community Symphonic Band, 2, 3, 4; Social Committee, 3, 4; Newman Club, 2, 3, 4; College Orchestra, 3, 4.Fosgate, Kenneth Richard
B.S., Cable; Intramurals, 4 Homecoming, 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air So ciety, 3, 4; lota Delta Chi 3, 4.
Delano, Jay, B.S., Weyer-hauser; ROTC, 1; Camera Club, 4; Owl and Serpent Society, 4; Radio Guild, 4.
Johnson, Berdella Hanson,
B.S., Grantsburg; The Messiah, 1, 2, 3, soloist, Madrigal Singers, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir, 2, 3, 4; College - Community Symphonic Band, 1; The Creation, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda, 1, 2, 3, 4, oracle, 3; Sigma Gamma Chi, 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres.. Owl and Serpent Society, 4; Lutheran Student's Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, pres., 3.
Johnson, Dean Douglas
B.S., Superior.Maline, William E., B.S. Superior; ROTC, 1; The Messiah, 1, 2, 3; A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; The Creation, 4; Ski Club, 2, 3.
Lundmark, Mona L., B.S
Balsam Lake; Intermed ates, 3; Art Club, 4.
Johnson, Vivian A., Three year certificate, Duluth, Minnesota; The Messiah, 2; The Creation, 3; Kindergarten-Primary, 2, 3; Glee
Kyllo, John Edward, B.A., Superior; ROTC, 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Delegate to National Arnold Air Society Conclave, 4; Drum and Bugle Corps, 1, 2, 3, 4, exec, officer, 4; College - Community Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4.McLellan, Donald, L.A., Hawkins; ROTC, 1, 2; Camera Club, 4.
Olander, Theodore W., B.S., Superior; ROTC, 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle Corps, 1, 2, 3, 4; College-Community Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; lota Delta Chi, 2, 3, 4
Mattson, Hubert D., B.S., Phelps; ROTC, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; S Club, 3, 4; Semper Compares, 2, 3, 4; pres., 3; Newman Club, 3, 4.
Porclli, Joseph G., B.S., Montreal; intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC, 1, 2, 3; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.Washatka, Frank Kenneth,
B.S., Park Falls; intramurals, 1, 2, 4; ROTC, 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle Corps, 1, 2, 3, 4; The Messiah, 2, 3; A Cappella Choir, 3, 4; College-Community Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; The Creation, 4; Newman Club, 3, 4; Radio Guild, 4.
Zar, Allan G., B.A., Ashland; ROTC, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ar-nold Air Society, 3, 4; The Messiah, 1, 2, 3; College-Community Symphonic Band, 4; String Ensemble, 1, 2, 3, 4; The Creation, 4; Owl and Serpent Society, 3, 4.
Potter, Annette, B.S., Hawkins; Homecoming, 2, 3; Inter-Club Council, 2; The Messiah, 1, 2; Social Committee, 2; Kindergarten -Primary, 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Christians, 3, 4; Gamma Phi Epsilon, 1, 2, 3, 4, pres., 2, trees., 3.
JANUARY GRADUATES NOT PICTURED: Ethel Krych Harriet Larson Carl Lauri Wilbur Lindholm Don Polglase Ellen Johnson Mary Lu Klinzing Harry Nelson
78Honor grads Berdello Hanson Johnson and Joy Delano.
beginning of the end.posit stocking "Fees" ot the Arnold Air Society "Sock Hop."
End of Semester
Students vary in study habits. While some SSCers rack their wits in the library Others prefer the cafeteria atmosphere for study.We'd like lo throw them but "we shall return1
Gold bars displayed by newly commissioned 2nd lieutenants. United States Air Force
Zero HourOrganizations Begin Second Semester WorkMarlys Lindquist, Tau Alpha Chi Sweetheart HaywardWe must not neglect our health
The trials and tribulations of a K.P. student
Through that line againdecisions
During the waiting, the pondering, and the problem solving of registration the Publications Staff held an Open House in its newly occupied offices on first floor. More than a hundred faculty members and students attended.Seated, left to right: Lois Nelson, Sydney Von Buskirk, Mary Langley, Evelyr Magnuson, Mary Dungan, Katherine Lamont, Jane Ford, Darlene Dow, Carole Shaflund. Standing: Ralph Moves, Roy Wittwer, Tom Parenteau, Lee Fonger, John Holm, Richard Lidberg.
As the year closes and the new year and the new semester approach, the members of the 1953-1954 Social Committee can look back on their accomplishments with pride and can also look ahead to more successes in the future months. Under the chairmanship of Lee Fonger, the group staged one of the most successful homecoming weeks witnessed at SSC as a kick-off of the year's activities. Following this, the organization planned a series of post-holiday dances and climaxed the year with the annual skit night and student mixer.
Social Committee. Officers
Vice-President________________________ .Marlene Rogstad
The Inter-Club Council is made up of two members from each sorority on campus. Working under the adviser. Miss Gellenthien, the council sponsors an all-girl tea and regulates rushing and sorority membership.
Seated, left to right: Frances Soper, Marlene Rogstad, Joan Kelly, Carol DeBruyne. Standing: Madge Keller, Mary Langley, Esther Wiitanen, Jane Ford, Katherine
Seated: Mary Lou Douglas, Mary Ellen Waldum, Marlene Rogstad, Marie Colosimo. Standing: Caroline Wilde, Nila Staffen, Janet Hessel, Frances Soper, Mary Alice Jutila. Absentee: Carole Shafland.
First Semester Officers
------------- Frances Soper
— Dorothy Waurio
-------------- Nila Staffen
The Alpha Kappa sorority started the year with a strong campaign for their homecoming candidate, Nila Staffen. During the first semester many social events including a lake outing, a bowling party, and numerous get-to-gethers were part of the sorority's activities. Second semester saw the Musical rusher followed by the annual Smorgasbord rusher. The rushing activities were climaxed by the formal pledge dinner.Delta Sigma
President------ Carol DeBruyne
Treasurer---------Sydney van Buskirk
Sergeant-at-arms_ Janet Reynolds
Homecoming was our first big activity at which time we backed our candidate, Janet Reynolds. Our snow float won the prize for being the most artistic.
The Christmas season witnessed our first annual progressive dinner. We also sponsored our Christmas family.
Early in the second semester we held our dinner dance at the Gitch after which the sorority's activities were chiefly concerned with rushing. Rushees enjoyed our Carnival and High Tea and the new members were thrilled by the White Rose Dinner and the initiation service.
Late spring activities included the Spring Ball and Senior Dinner at the Flame in Duluth.
Front Row: Joan Kelly, Carol DeBruyne, Dorothy Gustafson, Evelyn Magnuson, Sydney Van Buskirk, Mary Hilton. Middle Row: Cynthia Sell, Janet Reynolds, Clarice Sullivan, Gwen Gustafson, Marjorie Rusch. Top Row: Delores Okkonen, Lucy Herubin, Rita Nelson, Colleen Merideth, Ann Quam.Front Row: Berdella Johnson, Ruth Wahlstrom, Madge Keller, Nancy Dalton, Barbara Andresen, Yvonne Cloutier, Mary Moha. Middle Row: Caroline Sell, Barbara Moe, Mary Ann Taylor, Palmyra Grupstra, Marlys Lindquist, Rita Sawicki, Constance Smith, Norma Quam. Top Row: Joyce Fjelling, Lois Kinnee, Darlene Dow, Mary Fancher, Katherine Ek, Nancy Allen, Betty Jantzen, Betty Sirianni. Absentee: Alice LePage.
Lambda Sigma Lambda
First Semester Officers
President _______Madge Keller
Vice-President Nancy Dalton
Secretary Ruth Wahlstrom
Treasurer Yvonne Cloutier
Barbara Andresen, our sorority's candidate, was named Homecoming Queen of 1953. Our float won second prize in the artistic division.
"Silver Swirl" was the theme of our successful Christmas formal. Ruth Wahlstrom entertained us at her home for the annual Christmas party.
Second semester included rushing and a Valentine party at the Superior Children's Home.
The Senior Dinner in the spring was the final sorority activity.
Treasurer_______________ Pearl Wallace
Corres. Secretary_____Esther Wiitanen
Homecoming was the TAX first big activity. Ling Perez was our candidate and the theme of our skit was an underwater fantasy.
In December we held a tea for our alumni and a Christmas party at the home of Margaret Adams.
Second semester began with a whirl of gay rushers including the annual "Chinese Tea" and a party following the Paul Bunyan theme. These were followed by the traditional candlelight and ivy initiation.
The rest of the semester included the basketball and boxing banquet, the mother-daughter tea, and a final dinner at the Flame in Duluth honoring the departing seniors.
Front Row: Rosario Perez, Esther Wiitanen, Jane Ford,
Pearl Wallace, Merilyn Gurrero. Middle Row: Doris Henkel, JoAnn Solstad, Lois Nelson, Luann Bergman, Margaret Adams. Top Row: Elsie Carlson, Betty Bergstrom,
Opal Anderson. Absentees: Beth Helwig, Margaret
Doherty, Betty Butrick, Sharon Wohlwend, Leila Puhakka,
Freddie Lu Huber, Betty Kovatch.
Tau Alpha ChiInter-Fraternity Council
Seated, left to right: John Schmidt, Mouse Moves, John Dickinson, John Oker-strom. Standing: Don Neely, Jack O'Brien, Tom Massengale, Dick Lidberg.
The Inter-Fraternity Council is a central organization made up of representatives of the four fraternities.
John Dickinson__________________________________ Dick Lidberg
John O'Brien_____________________________________ Roy Wittwer
Secretary-Treasurer Dick Lidberg------- . __ Ralph MovesFex began the year with a vigorous homecoming campaign, supporting our candidate for king, Jack Mussey. Jeff Sell was named co-chairman of Homecoming activities.
The fraternity sponsored several successful dances during the year, climaxed by our thirty-eighth annual Christmas formal, "Yuletide Echoes." Fexters were also together at a bang-up New Year's party.
Besides our social functions, we found time to aid in the Bong Memorial drive, distribute tuberculosis posters and help in the "Back the Blues" campaign.
Spring plans included initiation of new members and the annual dinner dance.
. . . another unforgetable year.
Front Row: Lee Fonger, Roy Wittwer, Mr. John Danielson, Mr. Harley Erickson, advisers; Dennis Barber, Fred Thomson, James Klinzing. Middle Row: Charles Daniels, Gene Tracy, John Okerstrom, James Tracy, John Dickinson, Jack Mussey, Rodney lundberg. Top Row: Paul Rozow-ski, Edward Drolson, Gene Herubin, Arthur Johnson, Kenneth Leland, Robert Lynch, William Mizinski, Jeffrey Sell, James Clark.lota Delta Chi
Front Row: Thomas Parenteou, Calvin Kessler, John Schmidt, John Stevens, Ronald Hicks, Robert Sanborn. Middle Row: Donald Hodsdon, Joseph Barrens, Floyd J. Pedersen, William York, Dennis Kuntz, Albert Anderson, Thomas Keller. Top Row: Eugene Martino, Robert Gone, Ronald Hoarnst, Kenneth Fosgate, Eugene Sands, James Rotsaert, Richard Heyfens.
In the second semester, the Spring Formal in April was a real highlight of that season of dances. Another major affair that we always enjoy is the annual lota Delta Chi Alumni Banquet, held this year in March at the Badger Room of the Hotel Superior. Along with the initiation fun and private parties at rendezvous 35, were the lota versions of Dragnet, staged on Wisconsin Point for smelts.
First Semester John Schmidt Calvin Kessler Ronald Hicks Jack Stevens
President V. President Secretary Treasurer
Second Semester Dick Heytens Calvin Kessler Bill York Bob Sanborn
The lota Delta Chi fraternity started the year off with a bang. After welcoming students to the new academic year with an all-school mixer, the fraternity followed up by capturing Homecoming honors, lota-man Jim Rotsaert received the crown of Homecoming King. An aggressive lota campaign, which included a skit that was literally a riot—complete with "firemen" converging upon the auditorium, and a float in the Homecoming parade, culminated with the student's choice of Jim as their "King-sized Candidate." The remainder of a busy semester was taken up by a private dinner-party, rushers and initiation activities, a toboggan party, and several semi-formal parties. We elected Dr. O. G. Manion as our co-adviser with Dr. Jay McKee.Lambda Delta Chi
Donald "Chin" Neely was the Lamba Delta Chi Homecoming candidate in the first big activity of the fall term. Only five members remained at the beginning of first semester, but we were soon brought up to strength after a successful pledging campaign. A Hallowe'en dance and a Hunter's Brawl was put on during the fall term.
In the second semester, the annual L. D. C. formal, "The Shamrock Dance," and a banquet were held.
Mr. Tychsen, our very able adviser, and all the members agree that this has been a very successful year.
First Semester Jack O'Brien Don Neely Jim Unseth Jim Unseth
President V. President Secretary Treasurer
Second Semester Len Peterson Merrill Peterson Bob Stewart Don liesch
Front Row: Don Leisch, Merrill Peterson, Bob Stuart, Mr. Paul Tychsen, adviser; Gary Zelinski, Leonard Peterson, Leo Ellison. Top Row: Roger Palmberg, Gary Schmidt, Don Neely, Joe Pecotte, Jim Unseth, Duane Fitzgerald, Jack O'Brien, Holger Nielson.Semper Compares
President V. Pres. Secretary Rec. Sec'y Treasurer Sgt. at Arms
Second Semester Dick Lidberg Clayt Hogan Ralph Burbey Wayne Kay Larry Fields Cletus Kohler
Front Row: Richard Lidberg, John Holm, Richard Christian, Lawrence Fields, Wayne Kay, Emil Burcn, Robert Nelson. Middle Row: Henry Logee, Daniel Burbey, Richard Flomang, Major Forest Stemcm and Mr. Sid Wright, advisers; John Haughland, Richard Duthey, Robert Hogan. Top Row: Joseph Holvick, Lauren Ekroth, Cletus Kohler, Robert Herubin, Richard Rippey, James Olson, Marvin Nevala, Eugene McGillis.
Semper Compares began the year of 1953 54 with the successful "Grid Hop" football dance on the first weekend of the year. The fraternity then started work on the preparations for Homecoming with Dan Burbey as our candidate. That annual event was followed by the co-ed "Turkey Chase" as a publicity stunt for the annual Thanksgiving Formal, which was held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, November 27, to the theme of "Autumn Serenades."
The next social success of the fraternity was the December 4 "Hoop Hop" basketball dance.
Other activities of the year were the two rushers, the annual "Hobo Hop," and the grand
First Semester John Haugland Dick Lidberg John Holm Larry Fields Joe Holvick Bob Nelson
finale, the Alumni Dinner.
96Front Row, left to right: Mary Hilton, Avonne Steele, Mary Douglas, Gretta Bow-ker, Mona lundmark, Nila Staffen. Second Row: Marlys Lindquist, Pal Grupstra, Delores Okkonen, Gwen Gustafson, Colleen Meredith, Gayle Kirk, Betty Kovatch. Third Row: Sydney van Buskirk, Nancy Dalton, Berdella Johnson, Gloria Frederick, Joan Alexander, Ruth Tuttle, Gladys Asp, Jane McClean, Donna Campbell. Top Row: Freddie Lu Huber, Betty Butrick, Janet Miles, Arlene lokker, Bonnie Collins, Grace Ringstad, Ann Taylor, Dorothy Soholt, Alice Briskie, Rose Basic.
Sigma Gamma Chi
Front Row, left to right: Carol Greenwood, Jean Kruschwitz, Jennie Kaub, Cathy Williams, Carol Endrizzi, Janet Hessel, Marge Matthews. Second Row: Nan Haggerty, Connie Smith, Marlene Rogstad, Lois Nelson, Esther Wiita-nen, Judy Finstad, Ling Perez, Marie Colosimo, Miss Gellenthien. Third Row: Marilyn Reiter, Norma Ouam, Merilyn Guerrero, Jane Ford, Betty Sirianni, Kappy Ek, Nan Allen, Betty Dunsmor, Martha Wiley. Top Row: Lucille Laberge, June Pederson, Jeanne Spreutels, Shirley Hickox, Gerry Wossen, Shirley Sommerville, Rita Feidt, Mary Jean Blume, Joan Fontecchio, Mary Murphy, Caroline Wilde.Front Row: Tom Nelson, Carson Gotham, Keith Butterfield, Al Stoess, Leroy Bagley, Dick Anderson, Bud Potter, Roy Zomchek, Bob Wanek. Top Row: Gary Voleske, Bill Moore, James Gritfner, Roger Pieper, Richard Vizanko, Keith Jas-person, Dick Rippey, Jim Olson.
President ...................... Roy Wittwer
Vice-President ...............John Okerstrom
Secretary-Treasurer .......... Dick Christian
The "dorm" opened in September followed by an orientation of new members. Plans for Homecoming were carried throughout by decorating the windows. We had a stag dinner in the lounge with games afterward in November. After Thanksgiving vacation we started decorations for Christmas which included trees, wreaths, and window decorations. We had a party combining a dinner for members of the dorm and later in the evening a party for the girls from Crownhart.
After Christmas we finished off the semester with a strong flourish of studying which netted us a fair average as a whole. Second semester we overcame our losses by transfers and withdrawals by the enrollment of new students and others who wished to enjoy our good conditions of living. A ping pong tournament and more parties climaxed the year.
98Front Row: Roger Meier, Harlan Ware, Oonald Bergman, Cletus Koehler, Ronald Albert, Jim May, Bill Tuck, Don Button, Merle Brown, Marvin Nevola. Top Row: Bruce McConnell, Ken Noble, John Okerstrom, Dick Flomang, David Champany, John Lundeen, Richard Likar, Roy Wittwer, Jack Mussey, John Michalke, Duane Paulson, Will Merrill, Roy Hull, Gary Schmidt.
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Front Row: Glen Dappen, James Preisler, Lester Carlson, Ron Chagnon, Arne Salli, Jon Gilman, John Holm, Donald Liesch, Dean Dversdall, James Perkins. Top Row: Arthur Moore, Donald Peterson, Sylvester Karis, Curt Berard, Jim Unseth, Joe Pecotte, Charles Accola, George Jutila, Dick Christian, Dick Bassett, Earl Snyder.
Alpha Psi Omega
Seated: Mary Kay Fancher, Paul Rozowski, Janet Reynolds, Cynthia Plant Sell Barbara Andresen, Rosario Perez, Jeffery Sell, Nan Haggerty. Standing: Arthu Johnson, Pacey Beers, adviser; Lee Fonger, Tom Massengale.
The Alpha Lambda cast of Alpha Psi Omega is the only national honorary society on our campus. Membership is gained by outstanding dramatic partici potion, both backstage and before the footlights.
At a meeting held in February, the following new members were initiated: Sydney Van Buskirk, Edward Drolson, Rita Kotter, Betty Bergstrom, Ted Matushak, Mary Dungan, Dorothy Gustafson, Rod Ellison, Bud Ekroth, Jeffery Sell, and Marilyn Leon Guerrerro.Art Club
Organized this year, the Campus Artists have already become one of the most active groups in college. The club took first place with their float in the funniest division of the Homecoming Parade last fall. Besides the business meetings, the club also holds workshops at which the members work on paintings, drawings, or other interests in the field of art.
President ......................Eldon Sanders
Vice-President ......................... Marvin Koski
Secretary-Treasurer ...................Charlene Buran
Seated, left to right: Ann Taylor, Lois Holm, Kathleen Trebilcock, Olga Maki, Sidney Van Buskirk, Norman Oelhafen, Mary June Fish, Marvin Koski, Edward Maus. Standing: Charlene Buran, Dorothy Gustafson, Eldon Sanders.Front Row: Rocco Vito, len Bortolutti, Bob Lynch, Jim Clark, Bert Mattson, Dick Christian, Larry Fields. Second Row: Rod Lundberg, Duane Fitzgerald, Bill
Anonich, Tony DoPro, Jack Mussey, Don Neely, Jim Berryhill. Third Row: Joe Gustafson, student manager; Gene Martino, Jim Rotsaert, John Okerstrom, Gene Herubin, Al Anderson, Dennis Kuntz.
The S-Club is comprised of varsity lettermen in football, basketball, and boxing. This year they sponsored a game between the Harlem Globetrotters and House of David, the football banquet, and the Lettermen's banquet. The club also purchased glass-covered bulletin boards for the gym hallway in which to hold pictures of all the teams since the beginning of State's athletic program. Leo DiMarco, athletic director, is adviser for the group.
-------------- Jack Mussey
_________________ Jim Clark
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S ClubClass Officers
Sophomores: Jerry Morris, Ken Leland, Nancy Glew, Ronald Hicks
Freshmen: Dana Hill, Shirley Sommerville, Dale Bloomquist, Mary June FishFebruary Filled with Activity at SSC
Marlys Lindquist presented with gift by Rosario Perez after being selected as the TAX Sweetheart of 1954.
CeQCH°nd Semes,er ROTC
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Observing the technique of trnst Wolff, assembly performer, are Margaret Christian, John Anderson, Marianne Taylor, and Harris balko.
ront Row—John Ennis, David Champeny, laVern Hoescherl, Bob Golly, Dick .tariha, Warren Livingston, les Carlson. Standing—Duane Fitzgerald, loo Pretti, lohn Holm, Gene Herubin, Dick Jorgenson, Duane Swanberg. Bob Nolle!, Bob
Gloves fly furiously in the Golden Gloves bout between Duane Swanberg and John Ennis, Jr.
John Holm lands a good one on Dick Jorgenson's head.
The varsity boxing squad, under Coach Johnny Ennis, had a short but exciting season. The Golden Gloves intervarsity tournament opened the season. The squad then went to Michigan Tech and suffered a 4 to 3 defeat. But in the return engagement, Superior came through with an impressive 6 1 victory over the Huskies. These were the only two matches scheduled by the squad this season.
BOXERS END SHORT SEASON WITH ONE AND ONE RECORD
107SSC Cagers End Season With 9-12 Record
By ",Dark of
LDC's Hold 42nd Annual Shamrock Dance
Len Bartolutti, Basketball Captain Montreal
Cage Season Ends
With 9 Win and 12 Loss Record
ob WWnamoki, Harlan Ware, Jim Rotsaert, Len Bartolutti (captain). Jack
Leland, Dave Goldberg. Standing—James May, Jack Rindo, Bob '-'con. Jack Hulmer, Tom Ward and Earl Snyder.
The Yellowjackets ended the cage season on March 2, with a conference victory over the Eau Claire Blugolds, 83-71, in an overtime after the score was knotted 66 all.
The record for the season was nine wins and 12 losses, and a conference record of five wins and seven defeats.
Superior outscored its opponents, piling up a total of 1469 points as against 1428 for opponents. The 'Jackets averaged 69 points per game to their opponents' 68 points.
Jack Hulmer was top scorer for the squad, averaging 22 points per game. Jack Petritto was second with a 13 point game average.
Tom Ward (18) goes down court against Eau Claire.Opponent
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Baldwin Wallace - - -
North Dakota State - -
North Dakota University
Oshkosh State - - - -
Milwaukee State Univ. Minn. (Duluth) - -
Stout Institute -
Stevens Point -
Univ. Minn. (Duluth) - -
Stout Institute - - - -
Eau Claire -
March Winds Blow Up Varied Activities At SSC
The committee heads for the 42nd Annual Shamrock Dance sponsored by the Lambda Delta Chi fraternity. Pictured above are Merrill Peterson, Leo Ellison, and Holger Neilson.
The Fex fraternity intramural basketball team which took top honors in this year's contest.
The Fex fraternity took the intramural basketball tournament this year, defeating the Spaghetti Benders 44-41, on March 8. Jerry Morris paced the Fex to victory with a total of 17 points.
112LDC pledges Jon Gilman, John Mi-chalka, and Dick Schramski making like the Shiek of Araby at St. Joseph's Children's Home . . .
Fraternity initiations saw
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And Semper President Dick Lidberg GROWLING "Get to work" at reluctant Semper pledges Bill Truk and Duane (Tell me all about it) Swanberg.
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Square dancers: Sidney Van Buskirk, Dan Bur-bey, Gloria Frederick, AI Anderson, Charlene Buran, John Milchalke, Mary Dungan, Edward Drolsun.Cast of Principals
Witch Boy John ..................... Lauren Ekroth
Barbara Allen ........................ Mary Hanlon
Fair Witch Betty Bergstrom
Dark Witch Cynthia Sell
Conjur Woman ............. . Ann Ecklund
Conjur Man ......................... Joe Gustafson
Mrs. Allen ................. Mary Kay Fancher
Mr. Allen...................................Richard Lidberg
Floyd Allen..................................Edward Drolson
Preacher Haggler .................... Lee Fonger
Mrs. Summey ...........................Nan Haggerty
The Allen home: Mrs. Allen, Mary Fancher; Floyd Allen, Edward Drolsun; Marvin Hudgins, Dan Burbey; Mr. Allen, Dick Lidberg.Musical Organizations Present Many Concerts
Lidberg and Hilton Act as Chairmen Of 7th Press Conference
1954 Gitche Gurnee Goes to Press
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Mary Hilton, Editor, Gitche Gurnee CumberlandFront Row—Yvonne Cloutier, Margaret Christian, Ruth Wahlstrom, Nan Haggerty, Freddie Lu Huber, John Anderson, Kenneth Noble, Alan Olson, Harris Balko. Second Row—Francis Soper, Ruth Tuttle, Barbara Moe, Joanne Anderson, Luise Larson, Sandra Benson, Dick Foltz, David Ellison, Evert Schmidt, Keith Jasperson. Third Row—Madge Keller, Palmyra Grupstra, Nancy Dalton, Janet Reynolds, Marianne Taylor, Marilyn Knutsen, Caroline Sell, Robert Koenig, John Antholz, John Manz, Lee Fonger, Merrill Peterson. Top Row— Marlys Lindquist, Joan McKenzie, Mary Jutila, Avonne Steele, Helen Snell, Mary Fancher, Jean Tendrup, Mr. Foltz, Frank McGinnis, Leo Ellison, Arthur Johnson, Charles McDonald, Edward Drolson.
Women vocalists, top to bottom —Marlys Lindquist, Ruth Wahlstrom, Freddie Lu Huber, Frances Soper, Marianne Taylor, Caroline Sell, Janet Reynolds. Men vocalists, top to bottom—Arthur Johnson, John Anderson, Ever? Schmidt, Harris Balko.
Front row — Dana Hill, Avonne Steele, Rosamond Schliep, Ruth Wahlstrom. Top row —William Hester, Marjorie Rusch, Philip Eaton, Priscilla Anderson, Alan Gustafson, William Keller.
Perform in April
Front Row—Donald Hodgdson, Len Jablonski, Martha Amys, Palmyra Brupstra, Lucy Aronson, Dick Borm-ley, Philip Eaton, Marjorie Peterson, Roger Meier. Second Row—Jim Perkins, Ed Drolson, David Dobber man, Jean Swanson, Janice Nelson, Rita Feit, Grace Ringstad, Lee Fonger, Marlys Lindquist, Dorothy Palm. Third Row—Joanne Anderson, Ronald Albert, Robert Wanek, Richard Pearsons, Robert Koenig, Kenneth Noble, Frank Cox, Charlene Buran, Sally Maas, Joan Wasco, Mary Dungan, Curtis Balko, Leo Ellison. Top Row—Gerald Haack, director, Dick Foltz, Gaylord Timblein, Jim Dillion, Henry Logee, Pat Hose, Marion Ofstad.GIT CHE GUMEE
Mary Margaret Hilton, editor, reflects on the advis-ibility of a suggested idea.
Priscilla Anderson, Betty Bergstrom, and Jack Buy-taert put finishing touches on some copy.
Gitche Gurnee Staff
Editor .................... Mary Hilton
Senior Editor .............Phyllis Ansell
Organization Editor Charlene Buran
Copy Desk Editors Betty Bergstrom
Priscilla Anderson Sports Editor Jack Buytaert
Advertising................... Joe Holvick
Rita Kotter Dick Flotz Phyllis Ansell, Joe Holvick, and Charlene Buran inspect some of the annual work.PEPTOMIST
"You don't know, do you?" answers Editor Dick lidberg when asked if the Peptomist copy deadline will be met. (Incident-ly, he doesn't know either.)
First Semester Staff Dick Lidberg
Reporters John Dickinson Dick DeFore, Dick Jacobs,
Cartoonist Phyllis Ansell, James May Andrew Ostazeski
Advertising Joe Holvick
Editor Second Semester Staff Dick Lidberg
Sherman Miller, John Petritto
Features Edward Daum, Dennis Kuntz,
Reporters Dick DeFore, Helen Kersten, Rosario Perez. Pat Ciolkosz, Phyllis Ansell
Cartoonist Andrew Ostazeski
Advertising Joe Holvick
Sherman Miller and Patt Ciol-kosz talk over the details of the next paper's layout.
At least the rest of the staff, Dick DeFore, Helen Kersten and Dennis Kuntz think that Belly Butrick's story is amusing.Wittwer and Daniels Named Chairmen of ROTC 6th Annual Military Ball
1954 Gitche Gurnee
Dedicated toMiss Walde ROTC Unit at SSC
Completes Another Year Of ActivityGo' chli% lke Turns Attc
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Harris Balko, Commanding Officer, ROTC Drum and Bugle Corps AlmenaThe Arnold Air Society is composed of juniors and seniors in the ROTC unit. The society affords an opportunity for fellowship among the advanced students and enables the members to further their interests in leadership and military knowledge.
Arnold Air Society
First Row—Calvin Kessler, Raymond Thiele, Richard Bettendorf, Leonard Peterson, Fred Thompson, Merrill Peterson, R. J. Heinkel, Earl Snyder, Donald Wester. Second Row—James Berryhill, Peter Geier, Holger Neilson, Emil Buran, Orval Gabriel, Donald Button, Charles Comeau, Wayne Kay, Donald Neely, Roderick Ellison, Dennis Barber, Jaris Hines, Tom Keller. Third Row—Robert Johnson, Robert Erickson, Richard Duthey, Ralph Burbey, Allan Zar, Russell Sanborn, Herbert Hemmila, Dean Meinke, John Okerstrom, Douglas Dahl, Quentin Nelson, Richard Christian, John O'Brien, Jack Stevens. Fourth Row—Charles Daniels, Harris Balko, Robert Hogan, Richard Bassett, Leonard Bartolutti, John Schmidt, Alan Olsen, Gary Connolly, Roy Wittwer, Robert Jones, Roger Palmberg, Robert Nelson.
Tom Keller, 1954 president.
Officers: Front Row-Major Baldock, Jack Stevens, Orval Gabriel. Top Row—Leonard Peterson, Calvin Kessler, John O'Brien.Front Row—Curtis Boiko, Carlin Kielcheski, Evert Schmidt, Charles McDonald, David Ellofson. Top Row-Caylord Timblin, John Holm, James May. William McKee.
The ROTC Command Squadron is an organization for freshmen and sophomore cadets interested in preparing for a military career under the auspices of the Air ROTC college program.
125Majorette: Charlene Buran. Commander: Harris Balko. Front Row—Curtis Boiko, Thomas God frey, James Perkins, John Holm, Gaylord Tim-blin, David Ellofson. Second Row—Evert Schmidt, James Swanson, William Turk, Edward Drolson, Richard Foltz, Charles McDonald. Third Row—Le-Roy Bagley, Carson Gotham, Donald Button, Robert Gone, John Wohlwend. Top Row—Kenneth Noble, Donald Hodsdon, Dale Morey.
DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS
The ROTC Drum and Bugle Corps serves as an integral part of the ROTC program in performances at parades and official campus ceremonies, The corps is under the direction of Harris Balko. This year the corps added a majorette, Charlene Buran, to their marching unit.
' HiCommander: Robert Nelson. Front Rank—Lyle Delano, James Clark, Roy Zorn chak, James Preisler, Jack Allman, Charles Daniels. Second Rank—Elvin Broman, Robert Williams, William Moore, Carlin Kielcheski, Elmer Splett, Keith Butterfield. Third Rank-Edmund Mercer, Richard Anderson, Quentin Nelson, Arthur Carlson. Top Rank—Woyne Kay, Jim Olson, Brian Andreen. Merrill Peterson.
The ROTC Drill Team, a group newly organized this year, made its first public appearance when it participated in the Superior Winter Frolics parade. Under the able leadership of Commander Robert Nelson this group has done a splendid job in its short existence. The final activity of the Drill Team was its appearance in the Armed Forces Day Parade and ROTC inspection.
127Front Row—Wayne Kay, Evert Schmidt, John Schmidt, Carson Gotham. Top Row— Sgt. Bottoms, Dennis Musil, William McKee, Kenneth Breckner, Cletus Kohler.
RIF LB TEAM
The ROTC Rifle Team competes in Inter-school matches with other college units. A practice session is held once a week at the campus range. This leads up to a notional shoot for the Hearst trophy.
Distinguished cadets Quentin Nelson and Robert Hogan, senior student cadets in the Air ROTC, are honored by Colonel William D. Paulson and Major Forest Stemen as the Distinguished Military Students of the unit.
Left to Right—Colonel Paulson, Quentin Nelson, Robert Hogan, Major Stemen.
Left to Right—Wayne Kay,
Jim Olson, Brian Andreen, Merrill Peterson.
129The 1954 Gitche Gumee staff is proud to dedicate this year's annual to one who has devoted thirty years of her life as a librarian at this institution. Joining the library staff as a junior assistant upon graduation from this institution in 1924, she has devoted herself to serving the student body and faculty faithfully besides going on to obtain a degree in library science at George Peabody College and doing further graduate work at the State University of Iowa. She became head librarian in 1947. A gracious lady with an even disposition, she has been ever loyal to the student body, the faculty, the college and its high standards, and her fellow workers. She possesses a sense of humor not normally associated with dusty tomes, and is a raconteur of rare ability with stories ranging from the moron to reciting the famous poem "The Highwayman." We of the Gitche Gumee staff salute
Miss Florence H. WaldePhil Arlausky
Dean of Men Veterans Coordinator
George C. Ball
Ed.D. (1950) Education
Wyatt W. Belcher
Ph.D. (1946) HistoryH. Catherine Bowser
Bess A. Benton
Pdward I- »o'ender
Russell E. Bert
M.A. (1948) Journalism
'• 0949) n°micsAlex P. Ferguson
M.S. (1928) Mathematics
Donald G. Foltz
M.Mus. (1939) Music
Ph.D. (1947) Education
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Stanley W. Oexemann
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138William D. Paulson
U. Col. USAF
A.M. (1926) Fnql»sh
M.Mus. (1932) Music
Ru S. Smith
M.A. (1949) Supervising Teacher
Nellie E. Sparks
M.S. (1953) Physical Education
M.S. (1952) Major, USAF
140Dorothy O. Waite
M.S. (1925) History
M.A. (1952) Supervising Teacher
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Robert D. Willioms
Ph-D. (1935) English
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Marguerite E. Wolfinger
M.S. (1950) Supervising TeacherGraduation Exercises Held On June 10 for Class of 1954
SSC Student Body Completes Another Outstanding Year
SSCers Anticipate Eventful Centennial Summer
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144Allen, Nancy Lee, B.S., Shell Lake; Transfer from Hamline University; Lambda Sigma Lambda 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 3, 4; Wesley Fellowship 3, secretary treasurer 3.
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Bassett, Richard J., B.S., Minocqua; Transfer from Lawrence College 1; football 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Sundquist Hall secretary treasurer 3.
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Oougtas, Mary lou, three year certificate, Cumber- and; Ahe Messiah A , 2; The Creation 3; AApha Kappa A, 2, 3; Sigma Gamma Cb 3; Kindergarten-Primary A , 2,3; Lutheran Student's Aa sociation 2, 3.Col ege eMe»-oh
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Jones, Robert W., .$., Superior; ROTC J, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Owl and Serpent Society 4; Lutheran Student's Association T, 2, 3, 4, president 3.
Huber, Freddie lu, B.A., Menomonie; The Messiah I, 2, 3; Madrigal Singers 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; College - Community Symphonic Band 1; The Creation 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4, president 4; Tau Alpha Chi I, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4.
vKelly, Joan, B.A., Superior; The Messiah 2, 3; Social Committee 2, 3, secretary treasurer 3; Delta Sigma 1,
2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, vice president 4.
Keller, Madge, B.S., Superior; Women's Athletic Association 4; Inter-Sorority Council 4; The Messiah 1, 2, 3; The Creation 4; Social Committee 3; Lambda Sigma Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4.
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y, Mary, B.S., Superior; Homecoming dance co-chairman 4; Inter-Club Council 4; The Messiah 3; The Creation 4; Senior class secretary; Social Committee 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda 3, 4, president 4; Intermediates 3.Matthews, Marjory, B.S. Arrery; College Players 2, 3, 4, "Play Boy of the Western World," assistant director, "Anything Goes," "The Importance of Being Ernest," "The Fumed Oak," "Dark of The Moon"; The Messiah 2; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Social Committee 3; Intermediates 7,
3, 3, 4; Gamma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, vice president 4.We, Dean, •
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Neely, Donald F., B.S., Pittsburgh, Pa.; football 1, 2, 3; boxing 1; Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming king candidate 4; ROTC 1,
2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society
3, 4; S Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; LDC 1, 2, 3, 4, vice president 4.Seittert, Lawrence H., B.S., Cable; Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
4; ROTC 1; Drum and Bugle Corps The Messiah 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, president 3, Bible study leader 4; International Relations Club 3, vice president 3; Owl and Serpent Society 4.
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Steele, Avonne Alice, B.S., Spooner; The Messiah 1, 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; String Ensemble 3, 4; The Creation 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 4; Kindergarten - Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Owl and Serpent Society 4; College Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Glee Club 1, 2; Gamma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, vice president 3, secretary 4; Lutheran Student's Association 3, 4.
Soper, Frances Jean, Four year upper grades, Superior; Transfer from Gus-tavus Adolphus; Girls' Intramurals 2; Women's Athletic Association 2; Inter-Club Council 4; The Messiah 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; The Creation 4; Social Committee 3; Alpha Kappa 2, 3, 4, president 4; Lutheran Student's Association 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3; Upper Grades vice president 4.
Stevens, Jack D., B.A., Montreal; Band 1; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4, squadron Commander 4, group deputy commander; Arnold Air Society 3, 4, president 3, 4; Drum and Bugle Corps 1, 2, 3; Senior class president; lota Delta Chi 3, 4, treasurer 4.
Staffen, Nila, Three year certificate. Eagle River; Homecoming queen candidate 3; College Players 2;
The Messiah 1, 2; Alpha Kappa 2, 3, treasurer 3; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2,
3; Glee Club 1, 2; College Band 1.Vantussi, Valentino, B.S., Hurley; ROTC 1, 2; Drum and Bugle Corps 1; College-Community Symphonic Bond 1; Newman Club 1, 2.
Taylor, Marianne, B.S., Superior; Homecoming chairman 3; The Messiah 1, 2, 3, soloist 3; Madrigal Singers 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; The Creation 4, soloist 4; Social Committee 3; Lambda Sigma Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4; Intermediates 1, 2, 3, 4.
Venners'rom, Clifford, B.S., Lake Nebagamon; football 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 2, 3, 4.
Tuttle, Ruth E., B.S., Muk-wonago; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2; Homecoming court attendant 3; Cheerleader 4; The Messiah 1, 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 4; College-Community Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3; The Creation 4; Alpha Kappa 1,2, 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Owl and Serpent Society 4.
Wahlstrom, Ruth Elizabeth,
B.S., Superior; The Messiah
1, 2, 3; A Cappela Choir 3, 4; String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; The Creation 4; Pepto-mist staff 2, 3, 4, society editor 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, treasurer 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda 1,
2, 3, 4, secretary 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2.VV°Ur o n
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SENIORS NOT PICTURED: Anderson, Alfred, DeForest Carlson, Arthur W., Superior Cycenas, Richard V., Danbury Daum, Edward, Chicago, Illinois Freeman, John, Superior Gehling, Mrs. Clara, Patzau Heinkel, Roland, Hayward Hemmila, Herbert, Superior Hester, William, Ashland Jantzcn, Betty, Superior tally, Anthony, Superior Lange, Darryl, Superior Letts, Carol, Danbury McLean, Jane, Haver Manz, John, Superior Nelson, Quentin, Superior Ness, Harold, Superior Nevala, Ivy, Superior Olsen, Alan, Hayward Pease, David, Solon Springs Petlock, Albert, Hayward Reiter, Marilyn, Spooner Sahlsteen, William P., Superior Sanborn, Walter R., Superior Thompson, Roderic, Superior Thompson, Frederick, Superior Von Ende, Zoe S., Iron River Ward, Robert, SuperiorWe Wish io Thank the Business Concerns Whose Advertisements Appear on Pages 161 - 775, for Helping to Make This Annual Possible.
V Ml ll'Q'fjftL fjT y IT'S AN OLDSMOBILE KM ROCKET!
FAGERLIN FUEL COMPANY r ♦
Shell Fuel Oil
Automatic Heating HOWARD SELL, Inc.
Equipment "Your Oldsmobile Dealer"
6th and Baxter 1418 Belknap St.—Superior
Superior, Wisconsin With Our Sincere Good Wishes
Twin Ports Cooperative Dairy Association, Inc.
Established 1897 East End
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
TJeaclting future cAmexicani
Will Be the Career of Many Among You
Living in a changing, dynamic, powerful American democracy is the future of all of you.
Cooperatives are a vital part of that dynamic democracy. They are the yardstick with which America is beginning to measure the efficiency of its other types of business.
Our states recognize the vital role of the Co-ops, requiring that they be taught in our school systems.
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CENTRAL COOPERATIVE WHOLESALE
Superior, Wisconsin —— Escanaba, Michigan
Virginia Wadena, Minnesota
BELKNAP ELECTRIC Moving Storage
COMPANY Baggage and Parcels to All Parts of Superior and Duluth
Electric Wiring and Fixtures • ★ LONG DISTANCE MOVING SUPERIOR AND DULUTH TRANSFER COMPANY
1513 Belknap 91 1 Tower Avenue
Dial 2-1103 Export 4-4471
Congratulations to The "1954" Graduate For a Truly Delicious Beefburger TRY KITCH'S • Home-made Chili
• WISCONSIN STATE • Beefburgers • Humdingers • Orders to Take Out
BANK KITCH'S DRIVE-IN
of 24 hour service
Superior, Wisconsin Corner Fifth and Fisher Dial 4-9778
SARATOGA CAFE ROOKEY TRANSFER
AND BAKERY COMPANY
★ COAL — COKE — BRIQUETS
"Open All Night" Dependable Service Since 1912
804 Tower Avenue ★
Dial 4-4491 — Harold Byrns 1417 Banks Dial 4-6609
. THE (7- .jy FOR oettTheOP GRANT'S CAKE SHOP Expertly Planned Meals Delicious Cakes and Pastries Fine Selection of Foods to Take Out Mr. Mrs. Newt Purdy, Prop. Open 6:00 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Dial 2-1031 1425 Tower Ave.NORTHERN WISCONSIN'S
STYLE LEADERSHIP . . . Distinctive Portraits Photographic Supplies
Our 45th Year at Seventh and Tower •
• QUALITY CLOTHES for YOUNG MEN MILLARD BERG'S
• 1509 Tower Avenue
EKSTROMS Dial 4-5261
Seventh and Tower Patronize Our Advertisers
REFINING | COMPANY
Superior Petroleum Products MILK
Grade "A" Homogenized Vitamin "D" Golden Guernsey Chocolate
Half Half Salad Sour
Golden Glow Rose Brand
Home of Russell's Food Products
Russell Creamery Company
"Northwest's Finest—Visitors Always Welcome"
Corner Broadway Ogden Dial 4-5522
Miller’s Standard Service
Cal Miller, Mgr.
Atlas Products—Accessories Expert Lubrication—Washing
SPECIALIZED TIRE SERVICE
Open 7-12 Winter—24 Hours Summer Service Complete Service Early or Late The Most Modern Equipment
Service Calls Pick-Up ond Delivery
Dial 2-3052 Belknap at Tower
Rank of tamerce
Join Our Christmas Money Club
Assets Over $12,000,000 Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation"What Grand Rapids Promises . . . Grand Rapids Does"
HOUSE FURNISHING CO. Belknap at Ogden
We Give S H Green Stamps
Flowers jor All Occasions
RADZAK GLASS PAINT CO.
Authorized Dealers for LIBBY - OWENS - FORD GLASS
1214 Ogden Avenue
Dial 2-8771 Superior, Wis.
Service and Quality
Dial 4-7797 2419 Elmira Avenue
THE TELEGRAM JOB SHOP
Over 62 Years of Printing Service
The Most Modern and Largest Commercial Printing Plant in Upper Wisconsin
Evening Telegram Bldg. Dial EX-4-4411
THE VOGUE BOOTERY
“Your Shoe Store for 3.» Years” 1218 Tower Avenue Phone EX-4-7493
YALE - SUPERIOR
Launderers — Cleaners
911 Ogden 1411 Belknap
Phone: 4-7788 Phone: 2-2202
House of Fine FurnitureCONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54
"Everything for the Home"
1713 Belknap St.
Everyone Loves to Eat Out Try Our Delicious Meals and Our Home Made Ice Cream
Open Evenings Until 8 P. M. and Sundays
1316 Belknap Street Across from Court House
every purchase pleases when you shop
in SuperiorHENDRICKSON'S BERTHIAUME'S
STANDARD SERVICE Groceries, Meats and
Our Own Baking
“Stop for Service ... for Service Never Stops" 6 Phones 4-5551
1415-1417-1419 Tower Ave.
Belknap at Grand — EX-4-9989 Superior, Wisconsin
We Carry a Complete Line of Superior's Newest Store
EQUIPMENT for the SPORTSMEN For Men and Boys
LUND'S SPORTING GOODS
1817 Belknap Dial EX- 4-9591 ★
Is That Dent in Your Fender Becoming
to You? It Should Be Coming to Us! CUSTOM AUTO BODY SHOP GOODWIN EKSTROM
Tower and Winter Body Work CUSTOMIZING Rebuilding Corner Tower and Eleventh
The Evening Telegram SISLO'S FLORALAND Florist — Greenhouse ★
Completely Blanketing 28th Street and Billings Drive
the Vast Superior Market and All of Northern Wisconsin. Superior, Wisconsin
Your Ford Dealer
• REED MERRELL, INC.
CIRCULATION IN EXCESS (USD
OF 22,000 y5y
1217 Ogden Avenue
• Superior, Wisconsin
Northern Wisconsin's Largest Daily Dial 4-5588NORTHWESTERN OIL COMPANY
VEEDOL MOTOR OIL TYDOL GASOLINE
Visit any Northwestern Service Station and Get "SERVICE WITH A SMILE"
See Us for Complete Home Furnishings
518-20 Tower Avenue Dial 4-4010 Superior, Wis.
Expert Watch Repairing Sporting Goods, Luggage and Jewelry 728 Tower Avenue Morrie Arnovich Bill Finn
IT WILL PAY YOU . . .
To Inquire About the Educational Opportunities at
Wisconsin State College
• 2, 3 and 4-year teacher training programs
• Four-year Liberal Arts degree programs
• Preprofessional programs for many fields of study
Will Be Offered Leading to a Master of Education Degree
Write for Information The Dean of Instruction WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE Superior, WisconsinSASNER'S EMPORIUM
Clothing and Shoes for the Entire Family
1017 Tower Avenue Dial 4-4602
House of Flowers
1307 Tower Avenue Dial 4-6581
1213 Tower Avenue
RONALD C. BUCK, INC.
CAPITOL CANDY AND TEA ROOMS, INC.
1114 Tower Avenue Superior, Wisconsin
Compliments of WISCONSIN TYPEWRITER COMPANY
Rental Typewriters and Dealers in L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters
1 306 Tower Ave.
Dial 4-6901BENSON ELECTRIC
• General Electric Community
Appliances • Bank
3rd Grand Avenue Dial 4-5548 and Trust Company
DUNBAR'S Equipment and Supplies for the ★ RESTAURANT ★ JANITOR 720-722 Tower Superior, Wis. Superior, Wisconsin •
ERIC HURLEY BARBER SHOP "One Place You Don't Mind Getting a Good Trimming" -:- Next Door to Bridgeman's 1115 Belknap Superior, Wis.
If You Don't Know Drugs . . . KNOW YOUR DRUGGIST ! PEOPLES DRUG STORE 1 1 24 Belknap Street EAST END DRUG STORE 2131 East 5th Street Big Enough to Serve You Small Enough to Know You
J. A. Grimsrud and A. C. Haugen Proprietors Speak to Speakes for
BUILDING MATERIALS and COAL
THE SPEAKES COMPANY
126 Banks Ave. Dial 4-3053
Our Sincerest BEST WISHES Dial 4-7718 from
BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.
RESTAURANT AND BAR SUPPLY COMPANY
Commercial Refrigeration Hotel—Restaurant—Bar Janitor Supplies
708 Tower Avenue Dial 4-5625 Superior, Wisconsin
ART ERICKSON'S SUPER SERVICE STATION
"Where Friends and Service Meet'
Belknap and Grand Dial 4-9944
Hardware, Furniture and Sporting Goods
Corner 6th and Tower Dial 4-3873
CONGRATULATIONS Graduates of 1954
Reddy is at your service 24 Hours a day to brighten up your future with
PLENTY OF LIGHT
Remember: EYES ARE PRICELESS GOOD LIGHT IS CHEAP
cl flower C t
ompan ij Watches Diamonds
MATHER PHARMACY, INC. Fine Jewelry
Prescription Experts HOWATT JEWELERS
★ 1425 Tower Avenue — Dial 4-7683
Board of Trade Building . LURYE FURNITURE
1505 Tower Avenue 1208 Tower Avenue
Congratulations to the 1954 Compliments
Graduation Class COLLEGE CAFETERIA
Superior's Only Gruen, Elgin and Hamilton Watches
Fireproof Hotel Perfect Diamonds
THE ANDROY PETER'S JEWELRY
1126 Tower Avenue
SILVER - TONSBERG
COMPANY The Store for College Men
1714 North 12th Street
ABC CLEANERS •
112114 Tower Avenue .• Good A nine to Remember for Good Clothes"
You Can Find . . . Compliments of
The best in light lunches and FORD HOPKINS CO.
finest selection of bake goods
at World's Finest Drug Stores
FEDERAL BAKERY Phone: 2-1211
1116 Tower Avenue 1221 Tower Avenue
Dial 4-5883 Superior, WisconsinCITY MARKET Henry Cohen, Prop. Fancy Meats and Groceries Charge Accounts Invited Corner 11th and Tower Dial 4-7703 For . . . QUALITY ICE CREAM and RICH DAIRY PRODUCTS It's BRIDGEMAN’S
Compliments of LIGNELL'S REXALL DRUG "Your Friendly Store" • 1 022 Tower Avenue Dial 2-8553 1106 Belknap Street Dial 2-1372
Mercury Sales Milton M. Hinz Scott Williamson
and Service RYANS, INC. Compliments ELLIS PLUMBING HEATING COMPANY
1707 North 14th Street ★
Superior, Wisconsin 1414 Belknap Street
Dial 4-7737 Superior, Wisconsin
THE QUICKPRINT It's The Barbecue Restaurant
Clyde B. Thomas, Prop. Commercial Printing For Fine Foods Steaks,
Dial 4-7241 Near the Campus Chicken
1820 North 12th Street _ Dinners 812 Belknap Street
Superior, Wisconsin Dial 4-9780Store: Dial 4-4461 Bakery: Dial 4-9153
Meats — Groceries Bakery and Coffee Shop
1202 • 1204 Belknap Street
LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING
Give Us a Call
Ogden near 13th Dial 4-5565
PAUL E. HOLDEN INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
925 Tower 4 Phones Export 4-7742
Superior's Largest and Most Dependable Insurance Agency
TOWER DIAMOND SHOP
WATCHMAKERS and JEWELERS Keepsake Diamonds
1320 Tower Avenue Superior, Wis.
ASHBY'S TOWER FLORAL
Bonded Member of F. T. D.
Coca-Cola is so refreshing
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
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