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Henry Gingras. . ...........Editor in Chief
George Trtan........................Business Manager
Joanne Oleos....................Copy Editor
Judy Freid.............Organizations Editor
Lenora Konieska...............Senior Editor
Mary Ann Belanger............Faculty Editor
Roger Lowncy...................Class Editor
Ronald Hawley.................Sports Editor
John Montgomery.... Photographer in Chief
Nancy liljegren....................Josephine Glonchak
Bonny Johnson................Frances Wolden
Jim Ronca.......................Lyle Smith
Nancy Peterson..............Jim Thompson
Barbara Carlson.................Dick Berg
Roscllo Wallace................Frank Larson
Carl Pfifer.....................Doug Zingale
Ellen Raisonen...............Alberto Sanchez
James Allen Durfee..............Tony DaPra
1958 GITCHE GUMEE STAFFCITCHE
WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN
For over 35 years a friend to Superior State College, its faculty and its students • . .
The 1958 Gitche Gurnee staff takes great pleasure in dedicating this year's annual to Thorpe M. Langley. Mr. Langley came to our college in 1922. Graduating from the University of Wisconsin Mr. Langley has done his master's work at the University of Mexico. He has traveled over the entire United States and other countries which aids him in teaching his subject, Geography.
Able hands, ready hands and helpful hands . . . these are the hands of a friend and confident, Thorpe M. Langley. With his continued efforts we will gain much in the years to come. So it is to you that we dedicate this book. . . .Memo from the "Gitch"
a note in passing . . .
John Heywood once wrote "Many hands make light work." The work of the past year, the fun and the excitement. A year full of memories that we have shared together . . . in the classrooms ... in the cafeteria .... at the gym and stadium.
year full of excitement. . . . For some, the last spent together, for others only the beginning, but for all of us a year that will always be remembered.
Your hands have been busy throughout the past year, busy
with school work, with activities . . . you, the student body, working together . . . many hands and many memories . .
and on the dance floor. A year spent working and laughing, a
the editors, "Gitch"
WISCONSIN STATE COLLEGE
Superior, Wisconsin. . . The Training School of the future . . .
many hours spent for the preparation
The white that covers our campus, the old buildings soon to be replaced by new onos . . .
Dean of Women
PHIL J. ARLAUSKY
Dean of Men
JOHN O. DANIELSON
Dean of InstructionWYATT W. BELCHER
Ph.D. (1946) History
MICHAEL M. BACHI
HARRY W. ANDERSON
M.Ph. (1946) Acting Director of Teachers Training
PHIL J. ARLAUSKY
M.S. (1938) Dean of Men
DOROTHY D. BAILEY
Ph.D. (1954) EnglishJOHN O. DANIELSON
M.A. (1946) Mathematics
GORDON W. BENNETT
M.A. (1955) English
ROYAL J. BRIGGS
Ph.D. (1949) Economics
MRS. AGNES M. BRITTAN
M.A. (1928) English
MARY E. DAY
M.S. (1956) Physical Education
MARY B. DEATON
A.M. (1926) English
EDWARD S. EBBERT
Ph.D. (1954) BiologyJAMES T. ERTRESVAGG
8.A. (1956) English-Spoech
ROBERT W. ERICKSON
B.S. (1954) Chemistry
HARLEY E. ERICKSON
Ph.D. (1952) Education
M.A. (1928) Mathematics
GUSTAV W. FRYE
DONALD G. FOLTZ
M.Music (1939) Music
M.Ed. (1955) Art
Ph.D. (1946) History
Dean of Women, EducationMRS. IRENE HERMANN
M.A. (1930) Supervising Teacher
PAUL C. HORTON
FRED N. JOHNSTON
Ed.D. (1956) Director, Graduate Division
ARTHUR F. KRUK
WILLIAM C. KELLER
Music (1947) Music
MINDA P. HOVLAND
M.A. (1924) Supervising TeacherMYRA McDOWAlL
M.A. (1953) Supervising Teacher
OMER I. LOOP
Ph.D. (1919) Education
THORPE M. LANGLEY
JAY W. McKEE
Ph.D. (1935) History, Political Science
NEIL R. McKAY
Ph.D. (1956) Music
ORVILLE G. MANION
M.A. (1922) Supervising TeacherSTANLEY OEXEMANN
Ph.D. (1949) Biology
M.S. (1954) Physical Education
M.A. (1956) English
THEODORE R. PITTMAN
WILLIAM G. RECTOR
Ph.D. (1954) Registrar, History
EDWIN H. SCHRIEBER
M.S. (1922) Physics, Astronomy
23JOE B. SWAN
NORMAN I. K. STAFFORD
EMILIE W. SONDEREGGER
Ph.D. (1947) Languages
WAYNE H. SMITH
M.A. (1957) Supervising Teacher
EDITH G. SWARTLEY
Music (1944) Music
M.S. (1954) Physical Education
Ph.D. (1952) Geology
VERNON E. VAN PATTER
M.S. (1920) Education
B.S. (1955) Supervising TeacherCARL VERGAMINI
B.S. (1954) Physical Education
M.M. (1946) Music
M.A. (1925) History
WALTER H. WADE
Ph.D. (1953) Chemistry
HARRY EMERSON WILDES
LOUIS ADA WILSON
M.A. (1933) English
MARGUERITE E. WOLFINGER
M.S. (1950) Supervising Teacher
SIDNEY E. WRIGHT
A.M. (1941) Industrial Arts
2 6LIBRARY STAFF
B.S. in L.S. (1940) Library Assistant
H. CATHERNE BOWSER
M.Ed. (1948) Assistant Librarian
FLORENCE H. WALDE
B.Ed. (1924) Head Librarian
MRS. LELIA WILEY
DR. RICHARD P. FRUEHAUF
Secretary to Placement Bureau
Secretary to Dean of Instruction
Secretory Library Office
Secretary to President
Lt. Col. D.S.A.F. JULES J. VAN DERSARL
CAPT. WM. H. ALVIS
MAJ. JOE SCHIEBOUT
CAPT. HENRY J. ENGEL
B.A. (1946)S SGT. CHARLES D. STEIN
S SGT. HAROLD M. BLITSCH
T SGT. LAURENCE SHELDON M SGT. FRED A. ROBINSON
Secretary to Dr. Johnston
JULIE ANN OSSELL
Secretory to Registrar
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B. S. Wentworth, Kindergarten Primory.
MARY THERESA HERUBIN
B.S. Superior, Wis., Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Lambda Sigma Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4; Colleen Girl-LDC Shamrock Dance 1956.
RALPH W. BATTLESON
3 yr. Certificate, Park Falls, Wis.
THORSTEIN V. HAUG
B.S. Superior, Wis., Rural State Graded 1, 2, 3, 4.HUBERT CRAW
BARBARA J. DOHERTY
B.S., Superior; The Messiah 3, The Elijah 2; Kindergarlcn-Pri-mary 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 3, 4.
B.S., Chctck; Football 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 1.
JOYCE A. SIEBERT JOHNSON
3 year certificate. Hurley; Glee Club 1; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tou Alpha Chi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4.
ALBERT A. JOHNSON
B.S., Iron Rivor; Basketball 1; Lambda Delta Chi 1, 2, Secretary 2; Sundquist Hall 1, 2; Drum and Bugle Corps 1, 2.JOHN T. NELSON
B.S., Mason; iota Delta Chi 3, 4; Sundquist Hall 1, A; Arnold Air Society 3, A, Commander 3; Command Squadron 1, 2; Drill Team 3, 4; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 2.
KENNETH J. SACKETT
B.S., Hurley; Transfer from Gogebic Community College, Iron-wood, Mich.; Intramurals 3, 4; Track Team 4; Tennis Team 4.
ARNE J. SALLI
B.S., Hurley; Owl and Serpent 4; Lutheran Students Association 3, 4; lota Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Sundquist Hall 1; Biology Lab. Assistant 4.
DONEDA C. SCHAEFER
2 Year Rural, Crandon; Transfer from University of Wisconsin; The Elijah 3; Rural State Graded 3; Camera Club 3; Art Students League 3.SHIRLEY C. SOMERVILLE
B.S., Hayward; The Messiah 2; Tho Elijah 3, 4; The Creation 1; Acopella Choir 3, 4; Intermediates 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President, Freshman Class.
RICHARD D. THEARIN
B.S., Hayward; Homecoming Committee 3; The Messiah 3; The Elijah 2, 4; Choir and Glee Clubs
1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Fellowship 2, 3, 4, President 2; Camera Club 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4; lota Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
2, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Sundquist Hall 2; Drum and Bugle Corps 2; Drill Toam 2.
MARLENE A. THOMPSON
B.S., Superior; The Elijah 2; Band 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
PETER AILI HELEN ARSENEAU DONALD BARNABO EEVIN BRAMAN JOHN EATON DONALD EGLSERDEN NORMAN JOHNSON LOUISE JOHNSON SHIRLEY KIELCHESKI GLADYS KING ROBERT LIND EVA MINEAU CLYDE NORELL GEORGE OLSON EVELYN PAQUETTE GERALD SISLO NEIL SLICK JOHN WALLGREN DOROTHY WILLIAMS
B.S., Minocqua; Intermediates 1, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES G. ANDERSON
B.S., Grantsburg; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 2, 4, President 3; Sundquist Hall 1; Alpha Kappa Art Scholarship 3.
JOAN M. ANDERSON
B.S., Superior; Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 3.
LUCY A. ARONSON
B.S., Superior; The Messiah 3; The Elijah 2, 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Women's Glee Club 1; Acapella Choir 2, 3, 4; Intermediates 1, 2, 3; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretory 3, Vice President 4, President 4.
CLARENCE M. BACKES
B.S., Clayton; Football 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Royalty 3; Christian Fellowship 1, 2; Social Committee 3; Iota Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Arnold Air Society
3, 4, Commander 4; Command Squadron 1, 2. I. S. O. 2; Drill Team 1,2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 2, 3,
4, Captain 3; Cadet Leader 4; Carousel 1; Madwoman of Chail-lot 2; ROTC Paper, Editor 3.
1958 JUNE GRADUATES
B.S., Almena; The Messiah 1, 3; The Elijah 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Glee Club 1.
B.S., Ironwood; Transfer from Community College, Ironwood, Mich., and Northland College, Ashland; Basketball 2; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; Intermediates 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 4.
SHARON A. BELLAND
B.S., Park Falls; The Messiah 1, 3; The Elijah 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Snow Queen Candidate 3; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Owl and Serpent 4.
LOIS E. BENSON
B.S., Superior; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Students Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
JEANNE M. BLAHA
B.S., Superior; The Messiah 3; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3.
EARL W. BLOMFELT
B.S., Superior; Drill Team 1; Rifle Team 1.MICHAEL A. BONACCI
B.S., Hurley; S-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Manager 1, 2, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 4.
JAMES C. BORGARO
B.S., Iron Bolt; Transfer from University of Wis.; The Messiah 3; Orchestra 3; The Elijah 4; Concert Band 1, 2; FEX 3, 4.
DELANO J. BOURGET
B.S., Cadott; Transfer from Eau Claire; Basketball 2, 3; Newman Club 2, 3, 4.
L.A., Superior; Lutheran Students Association 1, 2; Social Committee 3; FEX 2, 3, 4; Peptomist 4; Gitche Gurnee 3.
B.S., Superior.CONNIE H. COLOSIMO
B.S., Hurley; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma lambda Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4.
PATRICIA A. COROLEWSKI
B.S., Wakefield, Mich.; Transfer from Gogebic Community College, Ironwood, Mich.; Homecoming Committee 3; The Messiah 2; The Elijah 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 3; Sigma Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary.
B.S., Ironwood, Mich.; Transfer from Gogebic Junior College, Ironwood; Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Homecoming
Committee 1, 2; Newman Club 2, 3; Sophomore Class Officer.
CAROLYN S. DAHL
B.S., Superior; Transfer from Colorado State College 3; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 4; Luthoran Students Association 1, 2, 4,
Treasurer 2; Tau Alpho Chi Sorority 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 4.
B.S., Ironwood, Mich.; Transfer from Gogebic College; Lambda Delta Chi; Sundquist Hall 3; College Players 3, 4.
ERNEST L. DOTY
B.S., Birchwood; Intramurals 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; The Crucible 3; Madwomon of Chaillot 2; The Rainmaker 3; The Lady's Not for Burning 2.
39MARLENE J. EDWARDS
B.S., Superior; Women's Athletic Association Board 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2; Camera Club 1, Secretary 1; Delta Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
WILLIAM J. FARMAKES
B.S., Superior; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 1, 3; FEX 1, 2, 3, 4.
NANCY J. FRANKLIN
B.S., Superior; Transfer from Polk County Teachers College; Homecoming Committee 3; Kindergarten-Primary 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3; Art Club 2, 3; Alpha Kappo Sorority 2, 3.
JOHN W. GIDLEY
B.S., Superior; Football 1; Intra-murals 3; Intermediates 3; Semper Compares 3; Arnold Air Society 1.
JULIEN HENRY GINGRAS
B.S., Superior; Cheerleader 1, 2; Alpha Psi Omega, 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3; Camera Club 1, Social Committee 1, 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3, 4; FEX 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep-tomisf 1, 2, 3; Gitche Gurnee 1, 2, 3, 4, Activity Editor 1, Copy Editor 2, Editor 3, 4; Carousel 1, The Mad Woman of Chaillot 2, The Drunkard 2, The Male Animal 2, One Octs 1, 2, 3, 4; Sno-Week Committee 1, 2, 3; Chrm. Soc. Committee Registration Dan ce 3.JEAN GOLDSMITH
CLARENCE J. HOEFT
B.S., Bessemer, Mich.
B.S., Hurley; Transfer from Ashland College; The Messiah 3; The Elijah 4; Musical Organizations 3, 4; Rural State Graded 3, 4; Lutheran Students Association 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 3, 4.
JOHN J. JESKE
B.S., Three Lakes; Homecoming Committee Chairman 4; Intor-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3. 4; lota Delta Chi 1; Sundquist Hall 1, 2; Class Officer 4; ROTC Color Guard 2.
DORICE A. JOHNSON
B.S., Ashland; The Messiah 1, 3; The Elijah 2, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Students Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Student Senote 4; Inter-Religious Council 4.
LOUDELLA J. JOHNSON
B.S., Superior; Alpha Psi Omega
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Students Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Worship Chairman 2, Secretary
3, Study Leader 4; Social Committee 3; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4; College Players 1, 2, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4.
41ELEANOR A. KAUKONEN
B.S., Superior; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4, Co-Chairman Pep Rally, Royalty 3; The Messiah 3; Intermediates 1, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 3; Lutheran Students Association 1,
2, 3; Social Committee 3; Inter-Sorority Council 4; Delta Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretory 3, President 4; Peptomist 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief Photographer 3, 4, Society Editor 4, Reporter 1, 2; Gitche Gurnee 1, 2, 3, 4, Organizations Editor 1, Assistant Editor 2, Editor
3, 4; Carousel 1.
JAMES R. KERTTULA
B.S., Prentice; Transfer from University of Wisconsin; Lutheran Students Association 3, 4; Sund-quist Holl 1, 2; Command
Squadron 1; C. A. Smith Scholarship.
STANLEY J. KUBERKA
B.S., Virginia; Transfor from Virginia Junior College; Hockey 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4, President 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 4, Secretary 4; lota Delta Chi 3, 4; Sundquist Hall 3, 4.
B.S., Superior; Homecoming Queen 3; The Messiah 3; Kindcr-garten-Primory 1,2, 3, 4; Social Committee 1, 2; Inter-Sorority
Council 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-President 4; Women's Athletic Association Board 2, 3, 4, President 3; Ski Club 3, 4, Secretary 4.OLIVER L. LEDIN
B.S., Superior; Owl ond Serpent 4.
B.S., Virginia, Minn.; Transfer from Virginio Junior College; Hockey 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 3, 4; Sundquist Hall 3, 4.
JOHN V. LUNDEEN
8.S., Brule; Camera Club 1, 2; Art Club 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Lambda Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Treasurer 2; Dclcrium 3, 4; Snow King 3.
JOHN L. McGREGOR
RICHARD A. MEDENWALDT
B.S., Laona; Basketball 1; Intra-murols 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Sundquist Hall 1, 2, 4; Arnold Air Society
3, 4; Command Squadron 2; Color Guard 2; Student Government 4.
B.S., Wakefield, Mich.; Intramurals 1, 2, 3.DONNA I. NEELUND
B.S., Superior; The Messiah 3; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Students Association 1,
2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Sorority 2,
ADELLE M. NYGAARD
B.S., Hawkins; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 3, 4, President 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Inter-Sorority Council 4.
DAVID C. OSTERIUND
B.S., Superior; Owl and Serpent 4; The Messiah 3; The Elijah 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Men's Glee Club 2, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle Corps 1.
JOAN REITEN PETERSON
B.S., Superior; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Students Association 1, 2; Inter-So-rority Council 3; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3.
BRUCE J. ORADEI
B.S., Iron Mountain, Mich.; Hockey 1,2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Sundquist Hall 1, 2.FABIAN A. PRESTIL
B.S., Ashland; Transfer from Ashland College.
B.S., Park Falls.
AUDREY M. RUSSELL
B.S., Park Falls; The Messiah 1, 3; The Elijah 2, 4; Choir 3. 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1 2, 3, 4; Inter-Sororify Council 4; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 1, Vice President 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 4; Senior Class Secretary; Carousel 1.
B.S., Cable; Intermediates 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 4.
JOYCE E. SHEARROW
B.S., Rice lake; The Messiah 1, 3; The Elijah 2, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3; Band 2, 3.
GEORGE ST. CATHERINE
B.S., Hurley; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain 2.
45BARBARA A. STEMEN
B.A., Pork Fall ; Owl and Serpent 4; Homecoming Royalty 3; The Me ioh 1, 3; The Elijah 2, 4; Madrigals 2, 3, 4; Tau Alpha Chi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2; Carousel 1; The King and the Duke 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1.
JAMES L. STEMEN
B.S., Superior; Football 1; Basketball 1; Hockey 2; Alpha Psi Omego 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 1; Semper Compares 1,2, 3, 4; The Lady's Not for Burning; The Mad Woman of Challiot; The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker; The Rainmaker; The Time of Your life.
DONALD D. STODOLA
ELCEY E. STRAND
B.S., Billings, Mont.; Transfer from Eastern Montana College of Education; Kindergarten-Primary 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1.
MARY A. SULLIVAN
B.S., Ashland; Transfer from Ashland College; The Messiah 3; Kindergarten-Primory 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 3, 4; Sigma Gamma Chi 3, 4.
2 Yeor Rural, Wentworth.
B.S., Brule; Intermediates 3; Arnold Air Society 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2.
B.S., Superior; The Mcssioh 3; Delta Sigma Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Inter-Sorority Council 4; Gitche Gurnee 3; Art Club 1; Snow-Week Chairman 3.
ROSELLA J. WALLACE
B.S., Ironwood, Mich.; Tronsfer from Gogebic Community College; Intermediate Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 4.
MARGARET I. TORKELSON
B.S., Tomahawk; Transfer from Lincoln County Teachers College; The Messiah 3; Lutheran Students Association 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 3, 4; Sigma
Gamma Chi 3, 4.
HENRY A. WALLACE
B.S., Denmark; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Homocoming Chairman 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Lambda Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Sund-quist Hall 1, 2; Gitche Gurnee 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Command Squadron 1, 2; Gitche Gurnee 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Command Squadron 1, 2, Secretary 2; Color Guard 1, 2; As You Like It;
GEORGE M. WASTILA
B.S., Superior; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2; Boxing 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; S-Club 1, 2,
3, 4; General Chairman Homecoming 4, Royalty 3; Ski Club 3,
4, President 4; Social Committee 4; FEX 2, 3. 4; Junior Class President; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Drum and Bugle Corps 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Rifle Team 3; Chicago Tribune Award; Golden Glove Winner;HELEN BUTRICK WEST
BERTHA E. WHEELER
B.S., Montreal; Homecoming Committee Chairman 4; Intermediates 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Junior Vice President; Senior Vice President; Military Ball Queen 3; Angel Flight 4.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
MARGARET ADAMS LILLIAN AMELL IONA AMUNDSON ANN ANDERSON DEA MAE AUNE LEROY BAGLEY CHRIS BALLAS MURIEL BERGLUND REUBEN BISSELL WARNER BOORTZ VERA BURAND MARLYS CHELL CLYDE COX JEROME CVENGROS MARY DAHLBERG CLIFFORD DRINKWINE DONALD EDGETTE SANDRA FAHLIN THOMAS FRISBIE ROBERT GATTEN JOHN HOAR
KENTON HOLM ALICE JOHNSON DONALD JORGENSON SHIRLEY JORGENSON CHERIE LAMBIE MARTIN LE BAR JOHN LINDQUIST JOHN MAKI LOUIS MEIER LUCILE MERCIER COLLEEN OSTAZESKI FLORENCE PETTINGILL JEFFERY SELL SUSAN SMITH ELSIE STAUPE EMIL VUCOVICH RUTH WALLACE GERALDINE WASSON LLOYD WILLIAMS ROBERT WINNAMAKI DANIEL WINTERSJUNIORS
Juniors in the library are: Jerome Sjostrom, Yvonne Peterson, Marilyn Jennings, and Bradley Goffln.
Getting a junior classmate to help the boys type out some term papers arc: Jim Nagle, Frank Zodra, and George Trtan. Doing the typing is Alice Dahl-berg.
Joanne Olcas and Chuck Erickson look over one of the posters put up advertising the FEX Christmas formal.First Row: Koy Koski, Dotty Steele, Jeon Myers, Alice Smith. Second Row: Betty Rookey, Beverly Pilmon, Mori-lyn Jennings, Marie Larson, Barbara Smith. Third Row: Clement Thomas, John Olesczuk, Robert Burm, Allen Johnson, Gerald Lundccn.
First Row: Herbert Buran, Dean Mommsen, James Anovich, Tom Dean, Leon Anderson. Second Row: Eugene Olson, Joanne Oleas, Carol Warner, Susan Munnings, Jerome Sjostrom, Frank Larson. Third Row: Richard Persons, Howard Shirley, Lorry Clark, Eugene B. Byrnes, Lawrence W. Olson, Merwyn Brown.
First Row.- Sylvia Sheridan, Janet Pedersen, Kay Gornich, Lillian Witt, Muriel Berglund, Dorothy Steele. Second Row.- Ronald Anderson, lorry Clark, Eugene Byrne, Ronald Rep, Robert Burm, Tom Banks Jr., Bill McMullen, Robert Barton, Jon Tierney, Gerald Lundccn.
First Row: Jim Nagle, Kay Koski, Joanne Oleas, Shirley Kielchcski, Mary Jo Casey, Marion Lee. Second Row: Dave Muntean, Alroy Mersnick, Don Anderson, Ben Seiglcy, Jim Cowman, Gene Burbey, August Munoz, Jerry Pyykolo, Allen Johnson, Norman Fields.
First Row: Patricia Pokela, Donna Roy, Pauline Elavsky, Joan Kenyon, Karen Frazier, toy Loll. Second Row: Patty Killoren, Lenora Konieska, Mary Lou Gross, Donna Hagberg, Lucy Richort, Gloria Uzelac, Joan Marie Staupc. Third Row: Thomos Perkins, Kenneth JuVette, Eldore Franzen, James L. Gustafson, Larry Chada, Frank Larson, Wayne Kofal, James Arnovich.
First Row: Solly Maas, Marian Kay Spohn, Pat Smith, Mary Ann Belanger, Joanne Johnson, Judith Moran. Second Row: Patricia Rock, Judith Phillips, Sherry Mattis, Eleonor Koivisto, Sue Rudolph, Moizie Motsudo, Virginia Johnson. Third Row: Fred I. Freeman, Vernon Hollister, Roy Scharenbrock, Bill Hinks, Marvin Gon-yers, Bruce Carlsgaard, John Palmer, Donald R. Busch, John Montgomery.ft
First Row: Ruth E. Witt, Margaret Robinson, Joan Hurst, Karen Berkseth, Edalco Tidstrom, Margaret Berndt. Second Row: Janet Kaye Bogaro, Jule Ann Peterson, Arnelle Olson, Ellen Raisanen, Dea Bowden, Donna Ma-ki, Janice Blair. Third Row: Don L. Anderson, Stanley Hurst, Jim Foote, Steve Bauer, William B. Wright, lyle Thewij, Alberto Sanchez.
First Row: Frank larson, James Anovich, Jack Esler, John McCaughn. Second Row: Betty Johnson, Mary Carol Granberg, Mary Markee, Joanne Karra, Judy Freid. Third Row: Sandee Fahlin, Gretchen Harper, Esthor Perrin, Marita Maser, Barbara Bloom.
Joanne "Elna" Karra fixes the last curl before she heads to class.
Joe McDonald and Ken Juvette discuss the weather as they take a few minutes between classes.
Loft to Right: Donna Hagberg, Janice Blair, Katherine Strom, Donna Mak and Arnclle Olson chat in the women's lounge.Jim Childs opens the door for Bonnie John son.
Ruthmory McGlosson, Josephine Drinkwinc ond Kay Olson (kneeling) look through the stacks for term paper material.
Sandy Wittinger and Dave Duffy check out books for reading.56
First Row: Judie Bouer, Donno Depta, Meredith Nelson, Mary Cadigan, Pot McGetfigan, Sandra Brondow, Dottie Polovitz. Second Row: Harriet Brothers, Jams lundberg, Lois Hankins, Major!© Cross, Karen Pedersen, Kay Frances Olson, Ruth Mary McGlosson, Susan Shulstad, Pat Urli. Third Row: John lybeck, Phillip Little, Leonard Jocobs, Michael Schiesscr, Norman Hill, Elwin Bitnoy, Bruce C. Webb, Frank C. Bey, William Erickson, Harvey Anderson.
First Row: Nat Cherrier, Mary Lou Berg, Judith Peterson, Judy Bifner, Frances Wolden, Shirlenc Anderson, Joyce Obotake. Second Row: Madelyn Drinkwine, Diane Smith, Annabelle Weiss, Joyce Finn, Kaye Craft, Joonne Johnson, Alexandra Whitinger, Diane Duthey. Third Row: Knule Wallin, Eugene Josephson, David LoBor, Ronald Cuhel, Clifford Plasch, Brian Berg, Elios Vernikos, Ted R. Nelson, Roger Owens, Raymond Peterson, Roland Sibbald.
SFirst Row: Barbara Raaflaub, Judy Larson, Mae Ann Schraufnagel, Margaret Flister, Barbara Rogus, Judith Brandecn, Nancy Jo Peterson. Second Row: Barbara Gallagher, Roberta Wastrack, Judy Utech, Beverly Newcomb, Pat Quinn, Alice Holbrook, Marilyn Sommers, Marilyn Giese. Third Row: Hogort Henriksen, Richard Hendrickson, Larry Clauson, Jim Schneebergcr, George Brotine, Russell Hogberg, Thomas Hicks, Oovid A. Sedin, Dennis A. Johnson, Anthony J. Novack, Dovid Nourse.
First Row: Joanne Ekslrom, Darlene lindclof, Sandy Lenfesty, Ido Salmi, Josephine Drinkwine, Kathleen Plachta, Arlene Aho, Carol Ponkow. Second Row: Judy Fuhrmonn, Joanne Willoughby, Catherine Vidor, Janice Waterhouse, Jane Cimorosti, Helon Smcdbcrg, Joanne Lavcllc, Beverly Hornsey. Third Row: Wayne Peterson, Russell Heinkel, James Egon, Ronald Cairns, Ralph Stromquist, Charles Martin, Willard Johnson, Dean E. Rowe, Gust Stroozas, Kenneth Groehlor, Michael Feipel.J
First Row: Georgia Wade, Pat levcroos, Betty Thomson, Anne Conley, Laurie Stone, Mary Patten. Second Row: Elizabeth Bennor, Gilda Roe Grob, Nonnie Vienneou, Mary Kay Utschinski, Audrey Plucar, Diane Stevens, Janis Gotyko, Judy Doherty. Third Row: John Rooflaub, Ron Marck, Dick Coons, James Miller, Thomos Henson, Roger Zyrrell, Froncis Golden, Gory T. Starstcad, Ronald Smet, James Pfaff, Tom F. Schindler.
First Row: Dick Borg, Ted Yehle, Carl Dendriksen, Arne R. Meier, Richard Sampson, Tom Knutson. Second Row: Roy Johnson, Michael Williams, Den Chizek, Clarence Cvcngros, Donald Borgen, Marshall F. Horne, Sheldon Pomush, William lindslrom. Third Row: Thomas Donley, Dennis levens, Arlyn Kielsmcior, Don Midbon, Douglas Zingale, John Jackobs, Dexter St. George, Lawrence Parfilt, William Sturm.Fin! Row: Carver Dovis, Charles Howarlh, Arvid Morken, David Waite. Second Row: William Frels, Terry lindenberg, Susan Nichols, Elenore Oaks, Barbara Gorud, George Groy. Third Row: David Krahenbuhl, Dan Raleigh. Oliver J. Morfin, Dan Conway, Philip Birch, James Messina, Bob Kimmes.
First Row: Dove Arndt, Carl O. Pfeifer, laren Thurber, Gerald Doyle Miller, Larry Peterson. Second Row: Albert Guerrcrci, Robert Hurley, Don Watson, Andy Whittoker, Bonny Johnson, Eldon Galyen, Jack Massog-lio, Jomes A. Durfee. Third Row: Robert De Santis, Bruce Kinney. Robert Jenks, David Waite, Bob Vocelka, Paul Skomser, Edward McKellar, Bernard Boylan.
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Disploying swcol shirts are: Mary lou Gross, "Dromos"; loy lull, Crownhart Hall; Bruno Wojtoszek, FEX; Barbara Carlson, W.A.A.; and Barbora Kubola, Tou Alpha
Don Ankley, L.D.C., Mary Grondberg, "Dromos," and Dave Shoughency, "S" Club disploy jackets thot their organization weors.AND FASHIONS
Sharon Belland, Dick Ther-rin, and Dorice Johnson show off «heir sorority and fraternity sweaters.I
Front Row: Carol LoVine, Audrey Russell, Jeon Goldsmith, Lucy Aronson. Back Row: Colhy Sweet, Adelle Nygoord, Delores Holm, Eleanor Kaukonen.
The Inter-Sorority Council is mode up of two members from each sorority on campus. The purpose of the council is to agree on terms regulating rushing, initiating, pledging, donees, ond other questions thot arise during the year.
An all-girls' tea was held by the Council in January to acquaint new girls with the various sororities on campus.
Seated loft to right: Jim Ronco, PEX; Joe Holvick, Semper Compares; Henry Gingras, FEX. Standing: John Montgomery, Lambda Delta Chi; Don Lindsey, Semper Compares; Stan Kuberko and Vern Simon, lota Delta Chi.
The Inter-Fraternity council consists of two representatives from each of the four fraternities on compus. The purpose of this organization is to create belter fraternity relations and to set rules on rushing, pledging, and initiation of new members, and other problems of interest to the social fraternities.
Mr. Arlousky serves os advisor to this group. Joe Holvick was president for the first semester.
First Row: Joan Yaworski, Frances Okenek, Miss Nancy Mullin, Mrs. Ruth Vaughan, Delores Holm and Janice Setterstrom. Second Row: Gina Garriott, Arnelle Olson, Nancy Gotham, Ellen Roisanen, Ginny Johnson, Loy Loll, Jean Meyers. Third Row: Josephine Glonchek, Kay Koski, Marie Larson, Janice Blair, Jean Goldsmith, Joan Kenyon, Edie Tidstrom, Kathryn Wilson.
First semester was crowded with activities for the AK's. The first big event was Homecoming. Our candidate this year was Jean Myers, a junior from Superior.
Our semi-formal, "Harlequinade" was the first big dance of the year. Maxine Hanson and Kay Koski were Co-chairmen of the dance which wos held November 16th in the Androy ballroom.
Four new members were pledged at a candlelight ceremony in November. They were: Marie Larson, Loy Loll, Joan Kenyon and Josephine Glonchek.
A Halloween costume party was held at the home of Sue Kimball. Arnelle Olson was hostess for our Christmas party.
Second semester found us rushing, pledging and initiating new members. This was followed by Snow Week activities.
An Art scholarship was again presented to a deserving student at our tea in the spring. Shortly afterward we held our Mother-Doughter Tea.
Our busy yeor ended with a banquet honoring the seniors.
Our advisors were Mrs. Ruth Vaughan and Miss Nancy Mullin.
Vice President...........................................Delores Holm
Treasurer..........................................Janice BlairJean Meyers, Homecoming Queen Candidate
SPECIAL EVENTS OF THE A K'S
Rushing? Standing; Jean Goldsmith and Joan Kenyon helped Edie Tidstrom and Loy Loll discuss rushing and pledging plans.
Kay Koski and Maxine Hanson, chairmen of the semi-formal, first dance of the year.First Row: Patsy Rock, Dea Bowden, Jonet Borgaro, Sandy Fohline, Gloria Uzelac, Mary Lou Gross, Sally Moos, Pat Smith. Second Row: Yvonne Poterson, Noncy liljegren, Joan Anderson, Marlene Edward s, Joanne Ole os. Eleanor Kaukoncn, Cathy Sweet, Joanne Burgraff, Barbara Borkovich, Tish Cadigan. Third Row: Karen Berksefh, Margaret Robinson, Patsy Killorcn, Mary Markce, Esther Perrin, Marita Maser, Gretchon Horper, Betty Johnson, Mary Granberg, Judy Freid, Joanne Karra, Judy Phillips, Julie Peterson, Barbara Bloom.
DELTA SIGMA SORORITY
Again this year. Homecoming started out the year's activities for the "Dramas." Joanne Burgroff was our candidate, and our float "The lit'le Engine That Could," won second prize in the parade.
During the football season we held two dances: "Orange and Black Hop," and "Football Final." The year ended with our pre-Christmas party, the progressive dinner, under the chairmanship of Gretchen Horper and Myrna Orville. A family was also taken care of during the Christmos season.
The new year started out with the annual Dinner Dance which was held this year at the Duluth Covenant Club. After the second semester began, a full schedule of events followed each other: Sno-week, rushing, and the "Carousel" spun with all ihe fun of our Spring formal. All in all the "Dramas" held another successful year, ending it with the Senior banquet.
Officers: Cathy Sweet, vice president; Marlene Edwards, treasurer; Joanno Oloas, Sgt.-ot-orms; Joanne Burgraff, secretary,- Eleanor Koukonen, president.DRAMAS
k ON CAMPUS
Marlene Edward , President of W.A.A.
Eleanor Kaukonen, Judy Froi Joanne Burgrof? and Joanne Oleas lead State's cheers.
Eleanor Kaukonen edits the Gitche Gurnee.
Sally Maa ond Mary lou Gross, representatives to Student Government.
Our Peptomist Editor, Joanne Burgraff
Selected as members of the Angel Flight, Dramas Gloria Uze-lac, D e a Bowden, Janet Bogaro, Joanne Karra.Front Row, loft to right: Tom Plant, Henry Gingras, Ron Tuverson, Bud Byrnes, Joe McDonald, Jim Sweeney, Steve Relich. Second Row: Chuck Bankey, Bruno Wojtaszek, Jim Borgaro, Bill Farmokes, Pat Byrnes, Pete McIntyre, Al Donley, John Elliott. Third Row: Gene Evans, Arlynn Anderson, Don Midbon, Jim Tracy, Dale Wcsterback, Neal Sparby, Dick Foote, Jim Ronca, Roger Donley, Jim Yoworski Advisor, Harley Erickson. Fourth Row: Ted Pittman, Advisor, Jim Beattie, Al Guerraro, Jim Nagle, Jerry Solo, Ron Schultz, George Wastila, Charles Brandsor, Bob Hack, Russell Heinkel, Dave DufFy, Chuck Erickson. Absent: Joe Arco, Jim Clark, Dick Dolon, Jack Evens, Thom Frisbie, Roger Moc, Ron Orlondi, Ken Richardson, Pete Rozowski, Jeff Sell, Lyle Smith, Bernie Tomzak, Dan Vucovich, Dan Winters.
The FEX fraternity began the 1957-58 school year with a burst of color and enthusiasm that reigned throughout the entire year. Homecoming Activities were centered around Lyle Smith, 1957 Football Captain, who ran as the FEX candidate for Homecoming. A much acclaimed skit and float were also parts of the FEX entries in the festivities.
Dances were held to add to college life and the FEX presented the first half-time activities at the first home basketball game with the aid of the voice of Arlynn Anderson. This year, os before, turkeys were given to the Children's homes in Superior to make their Thanksgiving more complete. The FEX gave $225.00 from their treasury to the new Memorial Fund, the FEX were first again.
Holiday Spirit was started with the huge poster in the main hall advertising the 42nd Annual FEX Christmas Formal. Under the co-chairmanship of Al Donley and Chuck Erickson the formol with music by Micky Levine at the V.F.W. Ballroom on Dec. 26th was one of the most successful in its long history. A gala New Year's Eve Party wos held for the FEX and their guests which ushered in the new year in gay style.
A party was held to welcome in the new semester and various activities kept the FEX busy until the time of rushing, plodging and new members. The FEX took an active port in Sno-Week, ice sculpture and skits. Time came for the annual FEX Alumni Stag Banquet and supplied an evening of excitement for all. As in the past the FEX went all out in putting on their annual FEX Dinner Dance held in early spring. Graduation time and the FEX Picnic . . . onother unforgettable year . . .
From all around the states come FEX Members . . . Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, New York, West Virginia . . .
70FOOTBALL . . . Evens, Orandi, Schultz, Smith, Tracy, Wastila, Woilaszek. BASKETBALL . . . Erickson, Evons, Hcin-kel, Midbon, Schultz, Tomzak, Wester-back.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT . . . Thom Fris-bic. President; Hack, Wastila. PUBLICATIONS . . . Gingros, Editor Gitch; Brandser, Frisbie, Ronca, Smith. MUSIC . . . Anderson, Borgaro, Soil.
Half-time Activities and First Basketball Game.
New faces . . . new helpers . . . new friends . . . new brothers . . . Gene Evens, Al Guerrara, Arlynn Anderson, Jim Yaworski, Dave Duffy, Russ Heinkel, Bud Byrnes, Jim Beattie, Steve Relich, Don Midbon, John Elliott, Bob Hack, Roger Donley.
Thom Frisbie, President Student Government.
Hank Gingras, Editor GitchIOTA DELTA CHI
First Row: Dick Treodwoy, Ken JuVette, Albert Hart, Clarence Backus, Alvar Carlson, Dick Thearin. Second Row: Ray Rowe, Jim Foote, Bill Wright, Don Foit, Vern Simon, Don Danielson, Honk Clement, Gory Holman, Arnie Salli. Third Row: Ed Slovak, Ed Marquardt, John Fortier, John Hilten, Tom Moore, Wayne Shattuck, Tom Perkins, Larry Olson, Gary Poore, Eugene Koci, John Nelson.
OFFICERS The lota's began the 1957-58 school year with a thriving spirit
President..................Clarence Backus and sense of cohesion which was evident in all of their activities.
Vice President.............Richard Thearin They sponsored the winning candidate for Homecoming King, Ken
Secretary..........................Al Hart JuVette, and doubled the score by taking a first on their float. Kon,
Treasurer....................Alvar Carlson a sophomore from Park Falls, was highlighted in an original im-
Chaplain.......................Ken JuVette promptu skit of the Homecoming Skit Assembly.
Sgt.-at-Arms................Dick Treadway In addition to sponsoring several dances after home basketball
games, the lofo's held their highly successful semi-formol CHRISTMAS CANDELESQUE, on December 13th. The music of Ken Hankey and his orchestra lent a colorful atmosphere to the Androy Hotel, initiating the Christmas season.
The close comradeship of the fraternity was evidenced in iheir participation in the Snow Week activities and second semester rushing. The Annual Spring Alumni Banquet was well attended and greatly anticipated as the year came to o close.
The fraternity's advisors ore Dr. Jay M. McKee and Dr. Arthur Duwe.
Dr. Arthur Duwe, advisor.
Dr. Joy M. McKee, advisor.Brother Marquordt gazes as Brother Treadway sprouts horns. A real dear!
1957 Homecoming King . . . lota Delta Chi candidate. Brother Ken JuVctte.
December 13th, our semi-formal , . .
First Prize, "It's Time to Beat Stout" plus Al Hart's Model A.LAMBDA DELTA CHI
Loft to Right, First Row: Gerald Lundccn, Stanley Hurst, Paul Tychsen, Advisor; James Skoviera, Eugene Olson, Leon Anderson. Socond Row: John Nelson, John McCaughn, Roger Miller, Thomas Donley, Henry Wallace, Allen Johnson. Third Row: John Montgomery, Donald Ankley. Absent: Russell Frahm, Allen lindblad, Gerald Baldowin, John Koepp, Peter DeSantis, Richard Reinkall, Thomas Dean, Richard Walloce, Jack Koivisto, Clyde Voigtlandor.
This lively bunch of L.D.C.'s spent most of their time, prior to Homecoming, preparing for this big social event. When Homecoming rolled around they had picked Leon Anderson, high scoring left wing of the SSC Hockey team to represent them as candidate for Homecoming King. Their skit. Badge 314, was a hit at the Homecoming festivities.
At MidYear the L.D.C.'s found themselves planning one of those "cherished Social Activities" ... a party. There are several of these each year.
At the start of second semester the L.D.C.'s found themselves planning for the Spring Rushor. At this time young men ore chosen who can odd to the membership and growth of the fraternity.
In early spring, the L.D.C.'s have their biggest social event of the year . . . the Shamrock Semi-Formal Dance. This is held in March at the Androy Ballroom and this year was the 46th dance. This dance is highlighted by the selection of a Colleen Girl, who receives several gifts. We ended the year on a good note just as it was begun. Another year ended for one of the oldest fraternities on the campus.
74THE SHAMROCK DANCE . .
Henry Wallace, chairman, selling the first tickets to Roger Miller, Clyde Voigtlonder, and Stan Hurst.
HOMECOMING . .
John McCaughn and Eugene Olson discuss plans with Leon Anderson, Homecoming candidate.
OFFICERS . . .
Seated: Gerald Lundccn, Treasurer; Donald Ankley, President; Allen Johnson, Recording Secretory. Standing: Roger Miller, Corresponding Secretary; Henry Wallace, Vice President.LAMBDA SIGMA LAMBDA
First Row: Karen Moe, Joan Rutledge, Jean Swanson, Marge Berndt, Della Klippel, Lillian Witt. Second Row: Nancy Thomson, Shirley Summerville, Susan Smith, Martha Ames, Lucy Aronson, Miss Westlund, advisor; Carol LaVinc, Mary Jo Casey, Marlene Thompson, Marion Balko. Third Row: Donna Hagbcrg, Sandy logo. Marge Tor-kelson, Dorice Johnson, Connie Colosimo, Marie Hcrubin, Donna Dahlie, Bertha Wheeler, Barbara Dohery, Morion lee, Nat Anderson.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
President..................................Carol La Vine
Vice President.............................Lucy Aronson
Treasurer.................................Mary Jo Casey
The lambda Sigma lambda sorority began the 1957-58 school year with a successful note. Our choice for homecoming queen, Nancy Thomson, was also the choice of the student body. Our float, "It's No Lie, We'll Win!", a take-off from Pinocchio, won first place honors in the artistic divi-sion of the homecoming parade.
Bertha Whocler and Karen Moe were co-chairmen of our annual formal dance held January 10, at the Androy Hotel. The decorations were based on the themo, "Golden Fantasia."
Snow Week found the "lambdas" actively participating in all of the events of the week. Soon after our attention and energies were devoted to second semester rushing. At this time the new members were pledged and fully initiated into the sorority.
The month of May found the sorority having a Mother's Tea in honor of Mother's Day. The following week our annual senior banquet was held in grand style for all of the graduating Lambdas, whom we will miss next year, but will not forget the leadership ond contributions they hove afforded to the sorority and the school.
Our advisors were Miss Westlund and Miss Day.
Loft to Right, First Row: Bob Berg, Gene Burbey, Dave lavine, George Bashara. Second Row: Pat Egan, Tony DcPra, Pot Murphy, Dean Rich, Reno Rcchtner, Jim Stemen, Roy Johnson. Third Row: Jerry Bauch, Bruco Bergstrom, Bill Erickson, Tom Knutson, Brad Goffln, Woyno Kofal, Bill Thompson, Jack Teporten. Fourth Row: Frank Larson, Doug Dean, Bill McMullen, Harvey Sorenson, Norman Maki, Jim Willoughby, Phil Little, Jim Mitchell. Absent: Bill Christianson, Jim Cowman, Clydo Cox, Fred Hennessey, Joe Holvik, Don Lindsay, Bob Miller, Dan Michcla, Dave Mun-tean. Bill Koberick, Jim Kromer, Tom Michols, Wayne Remus, Merv Shaffer, Andy Wittacer.
Homecoming activities centered around Bob Miller and the clever Miller skit. With the wintory weather we held our semi-formal on Dec. 7 at the Androy Hotel. "Blue Ice" was the theme.
Second Semester found us busy with initiation and new members. Other activities kept us busy after our work during Sno-Week and we finished another good year.Just a glimpse of the activities during Initio tion.
At "Blue Ice," the semi-formal, the happy and gala mood was everywhere.
Just an example of the many gatherings in which the Semps "get together."
Dean Rich, festive Goy 20's was seen at one of the football games, raccoon coot and all.First Row: Joan Pederson, Carolyn Dahl, Jean Bergfolk, Dianna Van Gothen, Joan Horst. Second Row: Loudcllo Johnson, Barbara Smith, Lois Benson, Addle Nygaard, Marilyn Jennings, Audrey Russell, Sharon Bellond, Betty Palmer. Third Row: Holen Butrick, Patricio Pokela, Lois Anderson, Barbora Stemen, Joyce Johnson, Muriel Berglund, Marlys Chell, Shirley Jorgonsen, Dorothy Steele.
Vice President.....................Audrey Russell
Corresponding Secretary......Dianna Van Gothen
Advisors.....................Miss Bernice Cooper
Miss Marguerite Wolfinger
Tau Alph Chi began the school year by entering into Homecoming Activities with Marlys Chell as candidate for Homecoming Queen. Our humorous float "Our Boys Will Shine Tonight" took second place in the parade.
Among our other first semester activities were the bake sale in November, the pledge party at Lucille Keaough's, and the Christmas Tea we gave for the alumnae. At Christmas time food and presents were given to o needy family in Superior.
Following the rushers was the impressive candlelight and ivy initiation ceremony. In February we held our annual Sweetheart Ball during which time a lovely sweetheart was chosen to reign over the event.
In the spring we gave a football banquet to honor the lettermen in football. We also held our annual tea to celebrate Mother's Day.
We concluded our yoor with the undorclass sisters giving a banquet to honor the graduating seniors.
TAU ALPHA CHIFirst Row: Pat Quinn, Janis McLean, Sherry Mattis, Jeanette Hendrich, Cathernine Vider, Barbara Rogus, Joan Vider, Janice Waterhouse. Second Row: Joan Hurst, Mary Ann Belanger, Sue Randolph, Ellen Raisanen, Imogcne Thompson, Joyce Johnson, Valeric Phillips, Marion Balko, Judy Utech. Third Row: Sylvia Sheridan, Loy Loll, Karen Fraizer, Mary Jane Grage, Elizabeth Bennor, Pat Hoffman, Evelyn Edming, Jean Goldsmith.
First Row: Edalee Tidstrom, Sharon Belland, Margaret Flister, Dianna Van. Goethen, Janet Borgaro, Joan Lepko-weez, Nat Chcrricr, Joan Kenyon. Second Row: Dottic Polowitz, Pat Urli, Mary Alice Sullivan, Connie Colosimo, Bertha Wheeler, Sandy Logo, Alice Holbrook, Beverly Ncwcombe. Third Row: Margaret Jahnkc, Mac Ann Schrauf-nagel, Margaret Bcindt, Carol Dahl, Leola Jahnke, Helen Forbes, Joyce Obatake, Marge Tarr, Robert Gestrack.First Row: Edee Tidstrom, Ed Slovak, Sharon Belland. Second Row: Barbara Gallagher, Anna-belle Weiss, Rosella Wallace, Catherine Vider, Dianna Van Goethen, Sandra lonfestey.
The Intermediate Club is a social and educational organization composed of students who will teach grades four to eight. A supper- business meeting was held each month. Again this year the Intermediates published a Student-Faculty Directory. Miss Waite, the faculty advisor added a helping hand to make all projects successful.
Officors: Secretary, Rosella Wallace; President, Ed Slovak; Treasurer, Sandra lenfestey; Vice President, Mary Lou Gross.
First Row: Judy Phillips, Margaret Robinson, Caihy Sweet, Donno Ncolund, Patsy Rock, Betty Rookcy, Janet Bor-goro, Bonnie Johnson. Second Row: Joyce Shoarrow, Susan Smith, Janis lundberg, Nancy Franklin, Mary Jo Casey, Shirley Jorgernscn, Mary Markee, Karen Berkseth, Karen Moc. Third Row: Pat Bryski, Alice Peterson, Joanne Ekstrom, Jeannette Hendricks, Diane Smith, Modelyn Drinkwine, Joanne Johnson, Dorothy Johnson, Nancy Liljegren, Rhoda Lind. Fourth Row: Darlene Lindelof, Nat Chcrrier, Alice Holbrook, Helen Forbes, Margaret Flisterm, Barbara Raaflaub, Beverly Hamsey, Yvonne Peterson, Muriel Bcrglund, Betty Johnson. Fifth Row: Pat Guinn, Carol Dahl, leola Jonke, Margaret Jahnke, Dorice Johnson, Judy Utech, Mae Ann Schraufnagel, Joanne louollen, Gretchen Harper, Mary Carol Granbcrg.
Officers: Alice Peterson, president; Virginia Johnson, vice president; Margaret Torkelson, secretory; and Maizio Matsuda, treasurer.
Loft Column, Top, Loft to Right: Mary Patten, Connie Colosimo, Marion lee, Judy Doherty, Joanne Lavelle, Nancy Thomson, Helen Arseneou, Georgia Wade, Marge Torkclson, Crystal Micken, Carol loVine, Caroline Dohl, Barbara Kubala, Susan Kimball, Pauline Elovsky, Lois Hankins, Valerio Phillips, Loudella Johnson, Jean Bergfalk, Judith Moran. Right Column, Top, Left to Right: Gretchen Harper, Marjorie Cross, Maxine Hanson, Donna Neelund, Ann Conley, Barbara Thomson, Shirley Davis, Lois Holm, Joanne Kenyon, Virginia Johnson, Donna Marie Roy, Adelle Nygaard, Laurie Stone, Donna Hogberg, Meredith Nolson, Nonnie Vienneau, Judith Jacobson, Maisie Motsudo. Absent were 133 students.
The Kindergortcn-Primary Club consisted of students in education who were training to become primary teachers. All seniors ore members of the Association of Childhood Education International. During the year the group pul on several teas.
Miss Louis Ado Wilson served os advisor of the group.WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
First Row: Joanne Olcos, Marlene Edwards, Jean Goldsmith, Loy Loll. Second Row: Janet Bogaro, Carol LaVine, Laurie Stone, Eleanor Kaukonen, Laotitia Cadigan.
Marlene Edwards . .Jean Goldsmith . ..Joanne Oleas
W.A.A., Women's Athletic Association, is an organization consisting of every girl on campus. The board, or executive body includes one delegate from each sorority, the cheerleaders, the Senior, Junior ond Sophomore classes and one delegate from the local and one from the out-of-town Freshmen.
This year the W.A.A. tried to sponsor a Co-Rec of least once a month. They participated in a scooter hockey half-time show during the Bemidji game. Doc. 10th.
The W.A.A. also sponsored ploy days ond assisted the cheerleaders in holding clinics for cheerleaders in the area. Miss Lydia Thering is advisor for the group.
First Row: Mcrvin Shaffer, Jim Tracy, Dave Muntean, Dave Shaughcncy, Tony DaPra, Joe Holvick, Jack Evens, Bernie Tomzak, George Trtan, Dick Porry. Second Row: Russ Cuskey, Lyle Smith, Georgo Wastilo, Skip Jardine, Don Jorgenson, Jim Munroe, Howie Anderson, Ray Thillman, Loren Thurber, Roger Moe. Third Row: Mike Bonacci, Tom Larsen, Ron Schultz, Jerry Baldowin, Don Barnabo, Bill Koberick, Jim Kramer, Gene Burbey, Tom Nichols, Jim longlois. Absent: George St. Catherine, Bruno Woitoszek.
President .....................................Jack Evans
Vice President .....................Bernie Tomzock
The S Club is composed of varsity lettermen in football and basketball. The club boosted athletics and sold refreshments at the basketball and football games. Orphans of the childrens homes were guests at the football and basketball games.
First Row: Loudella Johnson, Pacey Boors, advisor; Donna Maki, Jeon Myers. Second Row: Bob Nelson, Wayne Hicks, Dick Treadway, llewelly Edming, Rolfe Erickson, Jim Stemen.
President.... Vice President Treasurer... . Historian.....
Alpha Psi Omega is on honorary dramatic fraternity on campus. Membership is achieved through participation in ploys and by taking active part in operations back stage.
Participation in college plays, as well as many other activities keep the members busy throughout the school year.
First Row: Judy Phillips, Helen Forbes, Carol LaVine, Secretory; Lois Almstodo, Sandy Brando, Ann Conley, Georgo Wostila, President; Joe Holvick, Joanne Burgroff. Second Row: Marion Spohn, James Kcrtulla, Eugene Olson, Brad Goflfin, Dick DeMars, David Duffy. Third row: Tom Hicks, Mike Willctfe, Pete Depta, Jerry Bauch, Rogor Tyrroll, Noal Sporby, Marito Macer. Fourth row: Tony DaPra, Vice President; Skip Lybeck, Doug Doan, Steven Bauer, Al Guerrero, Lowell Johnson, Charlie Brandser, Pat Urli.
Corresponding Secretory Treasurer...............
George Wastila . . . Tony DaPra . .Carol LaVine . . Lois Almstedt . . Harvey Hoven
The purpose of the Ski-Jox is to promote skiing and introduce skiing to those who haven't tried it yet and are interested. The club members sponsored dances, a spaghetti feed, a candy sale and a sleigh ride to make monoy for a trip to Canada.
Skiing lossons were offered to Phy. Ed. classos for ono credit. Several members belong to the Notional Ski Patrol. The organization is open to anyone who is interested and would like to join.
First Row: Audrey Plucor, Katherine Strom, Barbara Smith, Joanne Johnson, Elaine Seiffert. Second Row: Joyce Shearrow, Alice Peterson, Lucy Richer!, Alico Smith, Judy Jacobsen. Third Row: Don Busch, Bruce Carlsgaard, Bob Vocelko, Elwood Erickson, David Osterlund.
INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
"Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God."
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is an inter-denominational student organization of this campus which seeks to investigate the claims of Jesus Christ and to consider His challenge to today's college students. It is a completely student-led group with national and international affiliations.
Officers are: Alice Smith, secretary; Judy Jacobsen, social committee; Elaine Seiffert, treasurer; Bruce Carlsgaard, social committee; Charles Anderson, president; Donald Johnson, vice president and Bible study leader.LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION
Fiist Row: Ruth Wilt, Morion Boiko, leolo Jonko, Judy Utcch, Arlene Aho. Second Row: Koy Koski, Ido Salmi, Marilyn Jennings, Dorothy Johnson, Marie Larson, Marg Berndf, Margaret Jahnke, Sandra Lenfesty. Third Row: Lillian Witt, Buzz O'Beirne, Lois Benson, Donna Vogen, Pauline Elavsky, Beverly Pilmon, Janice Waterhouse, Joan Kenyon, Ellen Raisanen, Karen Fraizicr, Edalee Tidstrom. Fourth Row: Junior Kertullo, Carolyn Dahl, Joan Hurst, Lenoro Koniesko, Pat Pokela, Helen Forbes, Margaret Flister, Elizabeth Bennor, Carol Dahl. Fifth Row: Chuck Chada, Dick Persons, Willard Johnson, Tom Dean, Gary Holman, Dean Rowe, John Anderson, Pat Hoffman, Evelyn Edming, Doricc Johnson, Ernie Korpela, Jerry Sjostrom.
The L.S.A. is on association of all Lutheran Students on campus. Their program included Wednesday supper meetings where they gathered at Concordia Lutheran Church for fellowship and worship where they would discuss vital issues to Christians on campus.
Some other social gatherings which the L.S.A. had scheduled were work days, visiting rest homes, participating in the center-faith fellowship Christmas caroling. They hove had two local Ashrams and one district Ashram. They also have had an annual banquet and picnic.
Officers: John Anderson, President; Carol Dahl, Vice President; Marge Berndt, Treasurer; Evelyn Edming, Secretary.
TmW 71NEWMAN CLUB
First Row: Mary Lou Gross, Joan Vider, Mac Ann Schraufnagcl, Jonnotte Henricks, Patricio Steen, Natalie Chcrier, Judy Bauer, Joan Staupe, Kay Stack, Donna Roy, Mary Ann Belanger, Ed Slovak, Mike Fiepel, Tom Ahonen, Eldore Franzcn, Jack Egan, Father Winninger. Second Row: Judy Moran, Cathy Vider, Mike Bonnieve, Rockic lucrelli, Mary Markee, Connie Co-losimo, Patricia Rock, Tom Hake, Barbara Doherty, Dick Medenwalt, Joan Lcptowis, Reno Fcckncr, Lorry Schmidt, Stan Ka-berka, Claudette Jenson. Third Row: Diane Von Gothner, Steve Bouer, Jim Borgaro, Bob Wilaford, Andy Whitaker, Larry Olsen, Janet Borgaro, Hank Wallace, Ray Serambo, Julie Peterson, Gene Byrnes, Bob Barton. Fourth Row: Shirley Davis, Jo-sophine Drinkwinc, Kathleen Plach, Ann Conley, Mary Patten, Joanne Oleas, Jeon Pope, Judy Doherty, Barbara Borkovich, Fifth Row: Joe Halvick, Williom Sturm, Bob Nichols, Dick Bohen, Tony Da Pro, Frank Rich, James longlois, Frank Zadra, Bob De Santis, Peter Dcpta, Michael Willetle, Potrick Egan.
This organization of Catholic students on campus had a busy year with their major chore, the attempt to raise funds for a Catholic Student Center. A broom sale was held in the fall for this purpose. Meetings were held every Wednesday night.
Bonquet suppers, a Communion breakfast, a Day of Recollection, participation in Newman Conventions throughout the area ond on annual picnic were some of their other activities for the year.
The Newman Club is a branch of North-Central Province of Newman Clubs and is affiliated with the National Newman Club Federation.
Gene Byrnes, treasurer; Claudette Jensen, secretary; Stan Kubcrka, president. Absent from picture: John Jeske, vice president; Mary Jo Casey, corresponding secretory.WESLEY
First Row: Dorothy Steele, Muriel Berglund, Virginia Johnson, Gina Gorriott, Margaret Robinson. Second Row: Kothryn Wilson, Ruht McGlasson, Jean Goldsmith, James Clarke, David Krahenbuhl, Ken Juvette, Dea Bowden, Barbara Raaflaub, Elenore Oaks.
Wesley Foundation is an organization for Superior Stole Methodist and Congregational students.
The group met every Wednesday evening at the Central Methodist Church. Their program included a supper followed by a speaker and devotions. The group made its annual visit to the Superior Children's Home, and took part in various activities sponsored by the Inter-Religious Council. Delegates were sent to the MSM conferences held at several colleges during the year.
Wesley Fellowship is affiliated with the Wisconsin Methodist Student Movement.
Officers: Virginia Johnson, Secretary; Dorothy Steele, Vice President; Ken Juvette, President; James Clarke, Treasurer.
93OWL AND SERPENT
First Row: Borbaro Stemcn, Sharon Belland, Jeon Goldsmith, loudella Johnson Second Row: Mrs. Alice Johnson, Myrna Orville, Arne Salli, Martin LaBar.
The Owl and Serpent is an honorary scholastic society whose members hove at least 90 semester hours credit and a grade point average of at least 2.00. Not more than 12 students have ever been selected for this honor in any year.
Art Kruk, Advisor; Tom Frisbie, John Fortior, Sandy Whittinger.
First Row: Arnelle, Chorlene Sother, Donna Dahlie, Sally Maas, David LaBor. Second Row: Dale Granstrom, Martin LaBar, Jim Wade, Al Hart, Dick Medenwaldt, Bob Hack, Jack Hayes. Absent: Dorice Johnson, Dick Treadway.SOCIAL COMMITTEE
First Row.- James Wade, George Wastila, Jerry Baldowin. Second Row: Mary Lou Gross, lourie Stone. Third Row: Martin LaBar, Melvin Hoke, Madelyn Drinkwine, Eugene Koci.
OUR STUDENT GOVERNMENT
The governing power of Student Government is vested in three main bodies; the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
The Legislative Body or Council is referred to os the Senate which has 16 members, four from each class. Each of these members has one vote. It is their duty to make laws which provide for the general welfare of the students. In the Senate there are two Standing committees, the Social Committee, whose duty is to coordinate the sociol functions of the school, and the Secretarial Committee which is composed of the secretaries from each council and committee. Membership to the Social Committee is from the different classes.
The Executive Body consists of an Executive Council of four students. On this council are a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and the advisor of the Senate. The members ore chosen by the student body from members of the Senate of which the seniors ore eligible for presidency; the juniors for vice presidency; the sophomores for treasurer; and freshmen for secretary.
The Judicial 8ody hos five members who are nominated by the Executive Council and voted on by the student body. Membership is composed of two seniors, two juniors, and one sophomore. Their duty js to interpret the lows.Sports writers Frank Larson, Tom Frisbie, Jerry Phillips, Ron Hawley.
Joanne Burgraff, Editor, and Lee Liljander, Business Manager.
Reporters Vernon Hollister, Lenora Koniseka, Charles Brandser, Rachel Maki and Photographer Eleanor Kaukonen.
A typical Pep lecture class.AFROTC ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY
Firil Row: Gory A. Poore, Alvor W. Carlton, Clarence M. Backet, Capt. Henry J. Engel, Advitor; Melvin A. Hoke, Albert W. Hart. Second Row: Allen B. Johnson, Robert W. Barton, Franklin J. Reich, Eugene A. Byrnes, Jr., George M. Watilo, Jr., Richard A. Mcdenwaldt. Third Row: Gerald M. McGauley, Edwin G. Marquardt, Russell A. Hankins, Herbert M. Buran, Lawrence D. Clark, Chad Q. Lindell, John T. Nelson, Thomas D. Simenson. Members Absent: Gene P. Burbey, Robert J. Burm.
The Arnold Air Society is comprised of the entire advanced cadets in the AFROTC program for the purpose of instilling better relationship between the members of the advonced corps and to enhance better knowledge of the air age.
The Arnold Air Society has sponsored all of the previous Military Balls and will continue to do so in the future. This year they were also instrumental in acquiring the Benny Goodman Orchestra for a one-night concert in the school gymnasium. Captain Henry J. Engel is the faculty advisor for the group.
During this year they also sponsored on “Angel Flight," an organization of co-eds that are interested in learning more about the air age.
CADET LEADERS - FIRST SEMESTER: In center, T. David Simonson, Cadet Lt. Colonel, Commander of the Cadet Group, left. Cadet It. Colonel John T. Nolson, Cadet Group Inspector. Cadet Major Richard Mcdenwaldt, Cadet Group Executive Officer is on the right. These three senior AFROTC Cadets are the top men in the cadet corps during the first semester.Miss Janet Borgaro, head twirlor.
THE AFROTC DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS
The AFROTC Drum and Bugle Corps serves os on integral part of the AFROTC program in performances at parades and official campus ceremonies. Faculty advisor is Major Joe Schiebout, assisted by M-Sgt. Fred Robinson.
First Row: Major Joe Schiebout, Advisor; M-Sgt. Fred A. Robinson, Ass't. Advisor; George M. Wostila Jr., Drum Major. Second Row: Steven H. Rantola, Gerald Nindorf, Daniel Conwoy. Third Row: Dean Neumann, Terrance J. Noldon, Edward McKollar. Fourth Row: Lee Edmundson, Lawrence Parfitt, David D. Arndt. Fifth Row: Charles Hughes, Phillip Little. Sixth Row: Ronald March, James Miller, Swayne Woerpel. Seventh Row: Anthony Novack, Richard DeMars, Donald Jensen. Eighth Row: Russell Heinkel, Roger Tyrell, Lorry Clauson. Absent: David Duffy, Albert Sanchez, James Messina.
Miss Gloria Uzloc, assistant head twirler.
AFROTC RIFLE TEAM
Left to Right, Top Row: Copt. Henry J. Engel, Foculty Advisor; Russell A. Hankins, David W. Krohcnbuhl, Vincent L. Tollers, Michael J. Schiesser, George R. Sampson, Richard A. Meden-waldt. Technical Sergeant; Lawrence F. Sheldon, NCO Advisor. Middle Row: Thomas E. Knutson, Roger B. Tyrell, Clarence E. Cvcngros, Eugene A. Nolson, Leo K. Edmonston, Robert S. Jenks. Bottom Row: John J. Jackobs, Ken C. Chizok, Clarence M. Backcs, Thomas G. Chris-topherson, Thomas E. Ahoncn.
The AFROTC Rifle Teom, a competitive group, is entered in national inter-college matches with colleges and universities from all ports of the U.S. They ore also entered in a local twin ports shoulder to shoulder match. With the college rifle range at their disposal, the team practices ot least once a week and fires competitive matches on the average of twice per week.
Captoin Henry J. Engel acts os faculty odvisor, while T Sgt. Lawrence Sheldon is the team coach, assisted by S Sgt. Harold Blitsch. Cadet Clarence Bockes is the team captain.AFROTC DRILL TEAM
Reading left to Right from the Bottom Row: Sgt. Stein, Ass't. Advisor; John Hilton, Richard Nummi, lylo Thowis, Woyno Kofal, Eugene Koci, Richard Medenwaldt, Copt. Alvis, Foculty Advisor; James Egon, Lorry Olson, Dove LoBor, Eugene Nelson, Steve Bauer, Don Borgen, Woyne Peterson; Mike Fiepel, David Nourse, Dove Khrohenbuhl, James Roberge, Tom Snow-beck, Jack Esler, Tom Hake; Tom Ahoncn, Lee Edmonston, James Miller, Ron Marck, Larry Parfitt, Edw. McKellar; Ed Marquordl, Albert Hart, Clarence Backes, Alvor Carlson, Eugene Byrnes; Chad lindell, Lawrence Clark, Robert Barton, Melvin Hoke, Russell Hankins. Members not present for picture: Robert Burm, Lcs Formcll, George Gray, Russ Heinkel, Willard Johnson, Roger Miller, David Simenson, George Waslila, Dexter St. George, Donald Watson, Gary Poore, Steven Rantola, John T. Nelson, Norman Hill, John Rooflaub.
The AFROTC Drill Team is composed of basic and advanced cadets who desire experience in drill and leadership. They performed in parades and other ceremonies during the school year. Captain William H. Alvis was the faculty advisor, ably assisted by S. Sgt. Charles D. Stein.
Fin Row; Don R. Jensen, John R. Erickson, Thomas E. Ahonen, Donald E. Borgen, Ronald L. Cairns, Michael G. Williams. Second Row: Capt. Williom H. Alvis, Faculty Advisor; John S. Lowson, Lee K. Edmonston, Michael L. Feipel, Dewayne R. Woerpel, Larry R. Olson, John H. Taylor, Thomas E. Knutson, Harvey D. Anderson, Don L. Anderson. Third Row: Roger B. Tyrell, Bruce C. Webb, Lawrence J. Parfitt, David W. Krahenbuhl, Eugene A. Nelson, John J. Jackobs, Ronold W. March, Larry R. Peterson, Jack I. Eslor, Marvin B. Johnson, Anthony J. Novack, Steven J. Bauer. Fourth Row: James E. Roberge, Jerry E. Losness, Dave D. Arndt, Michael J. Schiesser, Goorgc R. Sampson, Francis J. Goldne, Thomas D. Dnowbeck, Robert S. Jenks, William B. Wright, Lyle M. Thowis, Vincent L. Tollers. Absent: Joseph G. Zondlo, Arne R. Meier, Ronald J. Gordon, Roy Anderson, Willard G. Johnson, Frank C. Bey, William J. Sturm, John W. Hilten, Marshall F. Horne, Robert G. Ingersoll, Gory L. Plotteter, John lybeck. Bob Vucelka, Thomas Hake, David Simenson, Douglas Zingale, Jack Hayes, Albert Basler, Robert Williford.
Officers for the First Semester were: Commander, John Hilten; Adjutant Recorder, Larry Parfitt; Comptroller, Steven Bauer; PIO, Ronold Marck.
The Command Squadron is an organization for Freshman and Sophomore AFROTC Cadets interested in learning more about the Air Force and the cadet program here at college. The organization held severol campus dances and participated in several long distant aerial flights during the academic year. Captain William H, Alvis is the faculty advisor.
104Gaining fads and information during Denver flight.
Five Angels are introduced at Benny Goodman concert.Hh
LiteMarlys Chell, Tau Alpha Chi
LADIES AND OF THE
Joanne Byrgroff, Della Sigma
Jean Meyers, Alpha KappaBob Miller, Semper Compares
Lyle Smith, FEX
Leon Anderson, Lambda Delta Chi -'X-
HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN KEN AND NANCY
THE ROYAL COURTSNO-QUEEN CANDIDATES
Nancy Liliegren Shirley Jorgenson Mary Jo CaseySNO-WEEK ACTION
And at the Skating Party
The bearded campus men.CROWNHART LIFE
First Row: Marilyn Giesc, Shirley Davis, Marge Torkelson, Adelle Nygaard, Dorice Johnson, Maizie Motsuda, Pat Coro' lewski, Jono Cimaroszi. Back Row: Mary Grandberg, Shirley Somerville, Ruth Wallace, Audrey Russell, Julie Ann Peter-son, Mary Markoe, Donna Dahlic, Della Klippel, Marilyn Sommers, Kay Garnich.
All through with classes and ready to "gab." Left to right arc Pat Glass, Mary Grandberg, and Mary Markee.Hmmmm
I still say that my skirt is longer than yours.
It's just about time for the 8 o'clock class to start and it looks like Joan and Ellen aren't going to get there on time.fc'
it's . . .
Beaux Arts Ball Assembly 1958
Highlites from the BEAUX ARTS BALL ASSEMBLY 1958COUPLES AT THE BALL
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Beaux Arts Ball Winners!!r
"A few teors were shed . . . but all in fun . .
THE KING AND THE DUKE
The side-ways conga line . . . Dancers for the gay "Musicalo"Building a Few Props can be hard on fingers
A Few Scenes from the First Rehearsals of
THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE
by William SaroyanKen Sackett coached the McCoskill basketball team os part of his student teaching experiences.
Student toachors, Doncda Schaffer and Rosella Wallace enjoyed dressing up for the Halloween party with their 5th grade students.
Working with the children wos a lot of fun.
Student teacher, Loudello Johnson, learns from her children how to use carpenter's tools.Votcran's Club Officers . . .
Jerry Baldowin, Secretary; Jack White, President; Chuck Chada, Treasurer; Ken Sackett, Vice President
Catherine "CANDY" Sweet Poses for the Drawing Class
ACTIVITIES'Where did fhot amoeba go?Dave Simenson displays his finished product ... an ice boot.
Experiment — before and after.
Half time performers at the basketball game.mm
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Head coach, Americo Mortorelli.
First Row: Whittaker, Kramer, Zell, Wostila, Tracy, Barnabo, Smith, St. Catherine, Burbey, Orlandi. Second Row: Da Pro, Koberick, Cowman, Cusky, Sheldrup, Monroe, Nichols, Schultz, Evens, Shaughency. Third Row: Whittslock, Bohmcn, Trton, Langlois, Wojtoszek, Buto, Root, Thurber, D. Jardine. Fourth Row: Mortorelli, Johnson, Moncel, Schaffer, Murphy, Simonson, Rockstad, Thelen, Finn, Vcrgamini.Our 1957 football season was very successful, with 58 players doning uniforms opening day and 41 of them finishing out the year. Our record improved over last season with a nine game schedule ending in 4 wins, 4 losses and a tie. The outlook for the '58 season looks good with two service returnees back and only five men lost through graduation.
Lyle Smith and Don Barnabo served as co-captains for the season. Don Greenwood and Gene Burbey were co-captains elect for the 1958 football year. Ron Schultz, Don Barnabo, and George St. Catherine were chosen on the All-Conference team. Winner of the annual Evening Telegram's most Valuable Player Trophy went to Jim Langlois.
U. M. D. 0 Superior. 0
Oshkosh 6 Superior 0
Eou Claire 18 Superior 6
River Falls 14 Superior 7
La Crosse 7 Superior 14
Stout 12 Superior 20
Northern Michigan 39 Superior 0
Northland 0 Superior 18
Bemidji 0 Superior 26
who's got the Ball . . .
Action at Memorial Field.9VI
First Row: Bonacci, manager; Thompson, Lowney, Patrifto, Thomas, Evens, Erickson, Tom zaak. Second Row: Vergamini, Conway, Bibler, H. Anderson, D. Anderson, Midbon, Hurley Watson, Mortorelli. Absent: Schultz, Westerback.
Carl Vergamini, head coach.BASKETBALL
The Yellowjackets, due to the loss of several key players at midseason, finished with a 9 win—12 loss record. In the Wisconsin State College Conference, W.S.C. ended with a 6-6 record.
Jack Evens led the league in scoring with a 23-plus points a game overage in 12 games.
Ron Schultz, Dale Westerback and Bob Thomas will not be with the team next year, having completed their four years of eligibility. Coach Vergamini will surely miss these three veterans next season.
The outlook for next year is good with the return of ten experienced men to bolster W.S.C. cage hopes.
Superior Bethel , Opponents 83
79 Macalester 68
69 Bemidji 76
53 River Foils 66
76 Stout 69
86 U.M.D . . . . 88 (OT)
80 U.M.D 95
94 Northland 55
Eau Claire 79
76 Whitewater 72
78 Stevens Point 85
62 Michigan Tech 71
La Crosse................ 74
River Falls.............. 64
Northland .............. 62
1684 Total Pts. 80.2 Per Game Average
1692 Total Pts. 80.6 Per Game Avorage
"Mertz' Mortorelli, Carl Vergamini, and Phil Arlausky take a few minutes from the boys to pose for a picture.The Gals get the floor for a cheer
It's a Ball the BasketINTRAMURALS
Where did the ball go this time?
Joanne BurgrafF and Joanne Oleas.
Judy Frcid and Claudia Danielson.
Eleanor Kaukonen, head cheerleader.TWIRLERS
Janet Borgaro, head fwirler
Tony DoPra shows Bing Hanson and George Wastila the hill he just came down.
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V v •: •■ACAPELLA CHOIR
First Row: Marilyn Sommers, Sharon Belland, Audrey Russell, Marion Balko, Edalee Tidstrom, Bill Durand, Tom Schindler, Calvin Doty. Second Row: Barbara Eckert, Della Klippel, Janice Waterhouse, Donna Noble, Janice Blair, Beverly Pitmon, Gory Holman, David LaBar, Merwyn Brown, David Osterlund. Third Row: Lucy Aronson, Dorice Johnson, Jean Goldsmith, Janice Setterstrom, Roberta Wastrack, Barbara Borkovich, Pat Hoffman, Lawrence Olson, Earle Anderson, Bill Hicks, Louie Mier. Fourth Row: Carol Dahl, Barbara Stemen, Susan Munnings, Morgaret Berndt, Mary Dahlberg, Jean Myers, Alice Peterson, Mr. Foltz, Cliff O'Beirne, Keith Lundquist, Eldon Galyn.Jean Goldsmith, Janice Blair, Calvin Doty, Lucy Aronson, Louie Meir, Janice Setterstrom, Barbara Borkovich, Jeff Sell, Barbara Stemen, Cliff O'Bicrne, Donna Dahlie, Marion Balko.
MADRIGALSWOMEN'S GLEE CLUB
Firtf Row: Cimorosti, Johnke, Ames, Rookey, Dahlie, Westerlund, Utech, Hendrick, Dovis. Second Row: Keller, Vider, Salmi, Aho, Mattis, Flisler, Russell, lindelof, Dahlberg, Hankins, Vienneou. Third Row: Peterson, Noble, Holm, Anderson, Markee, Waterhouse, Hoffman, Johnson, Tarr, Gem-bolis, Yaworski, Tidstrom. Fourth Row: Berg, Munnings, Meyers, Van Goethen, Berndt, Cross, Grondberg, Pitmon, Gustafson, Klippel, Grob.MEN'S GLEE CLUB
First Row: Vocelka, Scnreyer, Johnson, Eisenmonn, Lerond. E. Anderson, Cox, Sjostrom Second Row: Lindquist, Sampson, Jerome, Foltz, Freeman, Johnson, Gowthier, A. Anderson Harrington.
The second presentotion of "The Elijoh" was presented in December in the Wisconsin State College gymnasium. This is the 18th. Oratorio presentation at the College. Barbara Stemen was student soloist.A Practice of the VoicesWSC BAND
The College Bond wos under the direction of Mr. Norman Stafford this yeor. The bond did a remarkable job at parades, assemblies, concerts, and the games.Mr. Normon Stafford, our bond director.
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A bulletin published quarterly by the Superior State College, Superior, Wisconsin. Entered as second class matter April 19, 1944 at the Post Office at Superior, Wisconsin, under act of August 24, 1942.
DIRECTORS Ambrose Yehle. '35 Mrs. Frank Mahan. '19 Edwin Nelson. '20 George E. Shaw, B. E. '28 John Merrihew, B. S. '42 Virginia Tartar, B. E. '28 Henry Leveroos, '27 Clarence Hughes, '20 H. W. Christianson, '39
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Volume 52. No. 4
Enrollment at Superior State is at an all time high. A freshman class of over 400 plus other classes has run the enrollment well over 1100.
Shortage of class room space has forced the administration to include more class hours per week. The noon hour, heretofore no classes were assigned to that hour, is now the 6th period. A full schedule of classes have been set at that hour. The college day now closes with the 10th period. 4:15 P. M. to 5:00 P. M. We arc really in need of the space that will be provided by the completion of the Science-Training School unit
The college foundation continues to grow, several thousands of dollars have been added to the fund since the last report, the interest on which provides scholarships to needy students. You. too. can help by mak-
in the fall of 1959.
A number of Saturday classes arc being offered again this year, making it possible for people living in the area to get resident credit toward the completion of both the Bachelor and Masters degree.
Extension classes are also being offered in various communities in northern Wisconsin, thereby continuing an old policy of the college to provide to the people of northern Wisconsin the facilities of the college, though they may not live in Superior.
ing a contribution, either large or small, to this alumni organization. Send your check to Treasurer. Superior State College Foundation. Superior, Wisconsin.
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New buildings arc creating a great deal of talk among ex-students and graduates who live near the campus. They have been a source of surprise and pleasure to many Superior State exes who visited the campus this summer.
New Crownhart Hall is completed, and 130 girls are moving in as this is written. The accommodations arc magnificent and the tenants are pleased with them. The rates arc $6.00 per week for double occupancy and $8.00 per week for a single room. A few rooms arc still vacant, but predictions for next year indicate another waiting list, notwithstanding the expansion of facilities.
Old Crownhart is now renamed Ostrander Hall, honoring a long neglected founding father as of 1896. Sundquist Hall for men is filled to overflowing, and Ostrander Hall now houses some academic overflow into the first floor and 40 young men on the remaining two floors. Housing rates for men arc the same as for the women.
The College Union, viewed externally, appears to be almost completed. The inside finishing, electrical and heating work, furnishings and food service, will require four or five months. Thus the building is rated officially as 60 per cent complete insofar as the time factor is concerned. Its cost when fully equipped and furnished will approach $600,000.
The construction now creating the most comment consists of a science unit 23 per cent completed and costing $802,000. A foyer connects it with the entrance to the new laboratory school, which everyone is already calling the new McCaskill School, which costs an even $1,000,000. Because of the connecting foyer construction is officially treated as a single project of $1,802,000. For the benefit of those who have been unable to visit the campus recently, these new academic facilities arc on the south and southwest side of the heating plant and tend to integrate the heating plant with them as a single campus buildings-group.
This new academic expansion will take care of the college science and laboratory school needs to an undetermined enrollment. But bulging and bursting seams elsewhere due to present enrollment and prospective
enrollment indicate a continued building program until the campus has a well balanced plant capable of handling 2.000 students in all departments, excluding pupils in the laboratory school. It is contemplated that without material changes in the population base within the next ten years the college enrollment will approximate 2.000 and should reach a gradually rising plateau about 1970. Yes. thanks to the birth rate wave, the advance ripples of which are now in the lower levels of the secondary schools, northern Wisconsin is becoming a land of younger men and women, though the total population has not increased proportionally. It is for this new wave of younger citizens these buildings arc constructed and further plans are being made. In the foreseeable future, academic year 1959-60. in fact, we hope to break ground on a physical education building at an estimated cost of $1,200,000. To this end the State of Wisconsin is negotiating with the City of Superior for the acquisition of the property cast of Catlin now occupied by the old municipal ball park. Next on the Board's priority list for State College, Superior, is an additional $1,200,000 for a new library. If we can break ground for it in the academic year 1960-61 we shall be quite pleased indeed. The present library facilities arc utterly inadequate for the library holdings and for the 1H0 students who arc enrolled as of this date. September 12.
These new buildings arc in the Board's Schedule A. In the schedule for the biennium 1961-63 the Schedule calls for a fine arts building at a cost of $1,750,000.
At this point, someone usually interjects. "But you're dreaming now." But there was a day when the buildings we arc getting now were called dreams by those of less optimism. Some of what we are getting now we have not achieved as early as we had reason to hope. But without dreams there is nothing to come true, and I am sure that every alumnus, every cx-stu-dent. every present and past member of the college staff and faculty arc dedicated to the dreams and plans that will enable our college to meet its share of the challenge of this age to America's system of higher education, namely the colleges and universities of the United States.
Jim Dan Hill
Have You Paid Your Dues?
Page ThreeTHE "NEW LOOK" AT SSC — Superior Stale College alumni returning to the campus may find it difficult to believe they arc returning to their alma mater. A record period of construction is rapidly changing the face of the campus. This aerial photo, taken during the summer, show the "now look" that is developing. Numbered arrows point to key buildings on the campus. They arc: 1) Main Building, which now houses nearly all the college's classroom and laboratory facilities and the college library; 2) Old McCaskill Training School, the college's present demonstration school building for teacher training; 3) The new three-story science unit, which will house the college's physics, chemistry, biology, and geology-geography departments, including classrooms and laboratories; 4) The new McCaskill Training
School under construction (the tremendous : with the sizo of the college main building, verted to a boys' dormitory; 6) New half-n lege dining facilities, recreation facilities foi room lounge,- 7) New Crownhart Hall, worm 8) Memorial Football Stadium, a joint projee 1954; and 9) Sundquist Hall, men's dormitc
ALUMNI BULLETINizc of this two-story structure can be noted by comparing it 5) Old Crownhort Hall, renamed Ostrander Hall, now con-lillion dollar student onion building, which will contain col-• students, offices for student activities, darkrooms, and sky-n's dormitory, occupied for the first time in September 1958; t by the City of Superior and Superior State College, built m ry.
Superior State College is enjoying a boom in construction unparallolcd in its 62-year history.
Some $3,000,000 in new buildings are already under construction or completed, and the Board of State College Regents is considering proposals for an additional $4,150,000 in new buildings for the next two bienniums.
NEW WOMEN'S DORMITORY
First to be completed in the current building program is a new $600,000 women's dormitory, occupied for the first time this fall.
Built to house 200 women students, the new building has been named Crown-hart Hall for two former regents of the college. It carries the same name as the former women's dormitory, which has been converted to a men's dormitory.
The old Crownharl Hall has been renamed Ostrander Hall in memory of the late Frank Ostrander, first SSC regent when the school was founded in 1896.
Tho second structure slated for completion in the current program is a new half-million dollar student union building, located across Caflin Avenue from the new women's dorm.
The union building, ultra-modern in design, was designed by Architects Dob-berman and Helskc of Superior. Contractors arc Kilccn and Willc Construction Co., of Superior.
Tho union, scheduled for completion this winter, will house the college dining hall, offices for student activities, recreation and hobby rooms, darkrooms, and a sky-room lounge. Students enrolled at SSC this year will be the first to use this building.
Tho most recent project in the SSC building boom is a double-unit $1,800,000 science and demonstration school building. This building, sprawled over a large area near 18tn St. and Cotlin Avc., is one of the most expensive buildings ever erected in Superior.
The three-story science unit of this building faces the college's main building entrance across the section of Grand Avenue that was closed several years ago. The science unit will house all the college's science classrooms and laboratories, including physics, chemistry, biology, and geography-geology.
Opening of the science unit will free considerable classroom space in the college's main building.
Much progress on construction of the science unit and the demonstration school unit has already been mad; by Contractor A. Hedenberg of Duluth. This doubleunit building should be completed next summer and will be ready for students enrolling for the 1959 fall term.
The state building commission has authorized tho state college administration to begin negotiations with the City of Superior for the baseball pork adjacent to the college campus.
Page FiveH. Woodrow Christianson was named president of the Alumni Association at the annual Alumni Banquet and business meeting held at the Concordia Lutheran church in June. Other officers elected were Robert Gradin. M. E. ’54, Vice President; Mrs. George N. Sund-quist. '17, Secretary, and Ralph Nickolcttc, M. E. 56, Treasurer. Stanly Nadolski. B. E. ’29. Mrs. Hester Adclman Shaw. ’23 and Reino Pcrala, '36 were elected to the Board of Directors for a period of three years.
COVER BOX The old Superior Normal School building which burned in 19H. The picture was taken by Mr. King late in the last century. The view is from the 18th street side which was the back of the building. The new building is the New Student Union, now over 50% complete. We hope that it will be all completed by next June in time for the annual Alumni Banquet. You will note on the middle pages of this issue that the Union Building will face the present Main Hall.
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The annual alumni "get-together” will be held at the Hotel Eau Claire. Thursday afternoon. October 9th, 4:00 to 5:00 P. M. during the Northwestern Teachers Association meeting. Refreshments will be served on the mezzanine of the hotel. All former Superior State students arc urged to attend. Several faculty members from Superior will be on hand with a fine collection of pictures showing the great building progress on the campus at Superior.
The Milwaukee meeting will be held as usual in the Pere Marquette room of the Schroeder Hotel on Thursday afternoon. 3:30 to 5:00 P. M., November 6th. All former Superior students in attendance at the W. E. A. convention arc urged to attend. No reservations arc necessary.
Notes from Letters
FLORENCE RELIHAN, B. E. ’29, now resides in Tampa, Fla., where she is teaching in the Brewster School 105 West Ross Ave.
LEONARD NESSELL, B. E. '30, new address is 4120 14th St., N. W. Apt. 2, Washington, D. C.
MRS. NAOMI KLINGBEIL TRETTIN ZWEISER, ’20, 105 Croydon Road, Baltimore 12, Md.. was the official representative of the Superior State College at Mount Saint Mary's sesquicentennial celebration April 12, 1958. She marched in the academic procession along with representatives of over 200 colleges and universities of other American universities and colleges. MR. and MRS. CHARLES V. GISIN accompanied her to the Emmetts-burg. Md. celebration.
JEAN and DICK CHRISTIAN, ’54. announce the birth of Richard Scott. August 24, 1958. They reside in Madison.
Homecoming Day — YOUR Homecoming Day — occurs Saturday. October 11. On that evening the Superior Yellowjackcts host the Eau Claire Blugolds in Memorial Stadium at 7:30 p. m. You will want to be there! So-o-oh. if you have not ordered your tickets yet. do it now. there is still time. Tickets may be picked up at the hospitality booth in the new Crownhart Hall on Homecoming Day. or at the Belknap Street gate to the stadium that night.
The Homecoming activities start Tuesday with fraternity and sorority skits to introduce the king and queen candidates followed by voting to determine the Homecoming Royalty. On Friday morning the coronation ceremony will be held in the college auditorium. That night there will be the traditional pep rally. snake dance and bon fire, followed by a dance in Gates Gymnasium. Saturday afternoon at 3:00 p. m. the Homecoming Parade will move down Belknap Street and Tower Avenue; that night the Homecoming game against Eau Claire at 7:30 p. m. and the big Homecoming dance in Gates Gym after the game.
The new Crownhart Hall will serve as the hospitality center during the Homecoming festivities. All alumni arc invited to attend the reception which will be held in the Crownhart lounge following the Homecoming parade. Plan to be there! Meet your former college friends and acquaintances. Tours of the new Crownhart Hall will be available.
Help us to make your 1958 Homecoming the biggest one yet!
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It is with regret that we announce the death of EDGAR DAUPLAISE, B. E. ’32. He taught at Central High in Superior until 1912 when he moved to Milwaukee to teach at the Whitefish Bay High School. He is survived by his wife the former BETTY WINTHER. 34. two sons, five brothers and one sister.
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Notes from Letters . . .
CLARENCE LINDQUIST. B. E. ’37, is now in (he U. S. Office of Education, Washington 25, D. C.
MRS. DELORES GROSS LEVY, B. S. ’49. resides at 709 Ribler Ave., Lodi, Calif. Her husband is the dramatic teacher at Lodi High School. They have a daughter age 2.
ALICE ENGBERG. B. S. ’52, home address: Noble Ave., Rice Lake, Wis. She teaches 3rd grade at the Ellis School in Ashland, Wis.
MRS. LOU CLOUTIER STEN-GARD, B. S. ’41. resides at 1014 So. 17th St., Arlington 2, Va. She has discontinued teaching and is busy with the Red Cross Motor Corps. EDWIN STENGARD. 39. is a graduate of George Washington U., is a supervisory mechanical engineer in Ordnance at the Naval gun factory in Washington.
MRS. EVELYN FLYNN GODFREY, B. E. ’38. resides at 1219 W. State St., Janesville, Wis. She has two sons ages 8 and 5.
EVELYN MAGNUSON resides at 612 Howard Place. Madison, Wis. She is in charge of the chemistry laboratory at Madison General Hospital. She was married December 31 to Burton Scott.
MRS. ANN KARON DANSING-ER. B. E. ’34. resides at 524 N. 19th Ave. E., Duluth, Minn. She is a speech therapist in the Duluth Public Schools.
MAJOR GRACE MENZIES, W. A. C., ’30, is stationed at Fort Bragg. N. C. Her office is in Building 310.
BEVERLY PROCHNOW BRINK was a visitor on the campus this summer. She resides at 49 W. Montgomery St., Coldwater, Mich.
JAMES GORDON SKINNER. B. S. '54. now resides at 337 So. Townsend. Montrose, Colo.
NORMAN DALE MARTIN. B. A. '56. was granted the degree of Master of Arts at George Peabody College for Teachers on May 30. 1958.
FRED KNIFFEN, ’17. is teaching in the Department of Geography and Anthropology at Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge, La.
SUSAN SMITH. B. S. ’58. home address 122 South Seventh St., Bar-ran, Wis., has been attending, since graduation. Scarritt College in Nashville, Tenn., where she has prepared herself for overseas mission service for the Methodist Church. She will be assigned to Japan as an English teacher for a three year period.
JAMES WHITTIER, B. S. '52, has been named administrative assistant in Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company’s Agency Department. He will be assistant to (he Vice President of the company, 1633 Amber-wood Dr.. South Pasadena. Calif.
B. B. CHRISTOPHERSON. ’39. B. A. University of Maryland ’54, visited on the campus this summer. He resides in Frederic, Md.
DOROTHY EVA ANDREWS, B. E. ’38, was granted the degree of Master of Arts at the August convention at the University of Minnesota.
GILBERT STAUPE, B. S. ’39, is Dean of the Virginia Junior College at Virginia. Minn. Mr. Staupe has taught biological science and has served as director of counseling at the college for the past 13 years.
OTTO H. SCHMIDT. ’07, resides at 823 Harrison St. in Eveleth, Minn. He was a veteran teacher in the Eveleth school system.
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State’s 1958 football schedule is a very attractive one: playing three in September and two in October. This should encourage alumni and fans to attend football games at Memorial Stadium this fall. 1 he 1958 football schedule is as follows:
Sept. 12, Friday—U. M. D...........(Home)
Sept. 20, Saturday—Northland ......(Home)
Sept. 26. Friday—La Crosse ........(Home)
Oct. 4. Saturday—River Falls ......(Away)
Oct. 11, Saturday—Eau Claire, Homecoming ..(Home)
Along with a good schedule, the football prospects for ’58 looks promising. We have twenty returning letter-men which gives us a very solid nucleus and many outstanding first year men. The roster for the fall is as follows:
Oct. 18. Saturday—Oshkosh ...............(Away)
Oct. 25. Saturday—Stout .................(Away)
Oct. 31. Friday—Stevens Point ...........(Home)
Nov. 7. Friday—Bcmidji .................(Away)
Player Pos. lit. Wt. Hometown II. S. Coach
Bohnen. Philip Quarterback 5'5' 145 Danbury, Wis. Hiejilsky
Burbey, Gene End 5'10' 177 Ladysmith, Wis. J. P. O’Brien
Carlson, Morris Guard 5'10i' 190 Frederic. Wis. Linnehan
Casinelli, Dave Halfback 5'10" 185 Fullansboc, W. Va. Paosano
Cowman. Jim Quarterback 5T1 208 Manistique, Mich. Boniface
Buskey, Russell Fullback 6' 205 Spooner, Wis. G. Goseen
Dahlie, Paul Guard 5T1" 180 Phillips. Wis. McQuied
D Pra, Tony Halfback 5'8“ 170 Hurley, Wis. Vergamini
Drleasen, Jack Halfback 5'9' 185 Superior Crowley
Greenwood, Don Center 5'10' 210 Park Fals, Wis. McDonald
Htaiblin, Prand Fullback 5'10' 180 Hayward, Wis. Lundberg
Hammerbeck, James Center 5'10' 190 Superior Roesch
Jardine. Ken Halfback 511’ 185 Port Wing. Wis.
Koberick. Bill Guard 5'10i' 205 Toledo, O. George
Lacina, Clarence Tackle 6'2" 210 Phillips. Wis. McQuied
Langlois. Jim Guard 510' 200 Hurley. Wis. Vergamini
Moe, Roger End 5'H' 185 Superior Crowley
Munro, Jim Tackle 6'4' 230 Superior Crowley
Nichols. Tom Tackle 511' 200 Sparta. Wis. Hoeft
Perri, Dick Tackle 6'1' 240 Yonkers. N. Y. McCurdy
Root, Lyle End 6' 185 Siren. Wis.
Rudau, "Heinz Guard 5'8" 165 Medford. Wis. Wirs
Shaffer. Merv Halfback 5'9" 177 Steeltown, la. Johnson
Scheldroup, Roger Guard 6' 185 Superior Crowley
Sears, George End 6'2" 205 Webster. Wis. Moselle
Seigiey. Ben Halfback 5T1" 180 Tiffin. O.
Shull. Bob End 6' 175 Gibsonburg, O.
Sheridan. Jim Guard 5'9' 178 Superior Finn
Schultz, Ron Quarterback 6' 185 Superior Crowley
Shutter. Duane Halfback 5T0' 155 Madison Hoeft
Simonson. Bob Quarterback 5T0' 170 Wittenberg Serri
Stunkel. Lloyd Guard 5'11' 165 Phillips McQuied
Thompson. Bill Guard 5T0" 205 Superior Crowley
Tongue. Wayne End 6'3" 185 Superior Crowley
Trtan. George Tackle 6'2' 230 Ironwood. Mich. Mortorelli
Zell. Dick Fullback 5'11' 200 Hurley Vergamini
Frye, Don Guard r»'ir 210 Superior Crowley
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