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EM? 18"" Published by fhe Sfudenfs of Wisconsin Sfafe College, Whifewafer, Wisconsin MINNEISKA TABLE OF. CONTENTS The Year .................... 4 Organizations ................. 18 School ................. 20 Church.., ....... ......49 Greeks ..................... 62 Social ............... . 62 Honorary and Acaaemic ........ 88 Sports ..................... 96 Administration ................ 118 Students .......... I . . -. ...... 132 This year Minneisko salutes the sparkling new Student Union-the building we have all been waiting for. Colorful and inviting, it has become in a single year the heart of the campus. When the Union opened its doors in Septem- ber, it seemed to many of us to be little more than a cafeteria with an unaccountable number of lobbies and anterooms. Freshmen were re- quired to eat in the Commons during the first semester, to be sure, and these and other stu- dents began to patronize the game room in the basement or the Snack Bar on the first floor, but the Union's possibilities were hardly realized. By November, however, things had changed. Offices were occupied on the second floor, con- ference rooms were more frequently used, and an increasing number of students began to spend their spare time in the lounges and the music room. Art exhibits, lectures, game room tournaments, fireside sings, and dances soon followed. The student who enters the Union today finds the life of the campus reflected in all of its varied facets. In the lobby a show case advertises books, and posters announce a multitude of com- ing events - lectures and dances, conferences and parties. From the Snack Bar and the Com- mons the hum of voices announces good food and conversation. Students cluster at the Union desk with inquiries about the where and the when of things, or whisk up and down the stair- ways - to the game room or the book store, to a meeting or a television program. The Union has come into its own as a campus center. The first lighting of the fireplace . . . That first day . . . . . 3' , 1i? . mam You will spend a lot of Time in The library Please, no first or ninth hours. during The next four years. How many more times do I have to sign my name? Whether you live at Lucy Baker or Salisbury Hall, you will eat aT The Union. What books do you need? We all get that wonderful "natural" look on our ID card pictures. The largest freshman class in history entered Whitewater State College last fall - nearly 550 freshmen! The bewilderment of entering college life was eased during Freshman Orientation Week by student and faculty counselors, who acquainted the freshmen with the campus, helped them reg- ister, and provided a social program. This guid- ance program was carried on throughout the year. And finally The books ..... An annual event, held outdoors this year be- cause of the large enrollment at the College, is the President's Convocation. The scene here shown will be a familiar one in years to come. PRESIDENT'S CONVOCATIO Students listen earnestly to the President deliver his message. EC M ' :3 o? nu ; f V tr mutter. man rngcmumfi k ' Mamr mm , . CLAE3 - . amgy z. - Freshmen-Dale Spencer, President; Harry Miller, Vice-Presi- "V 3""; dent,- Shannon Anderson, Secretary; Richard Schafer, Treasurer. SophomoreSwJames Eberhardt, President; Dennis Ladwig, Vice- President; Shirley Brukhardt, Secretary,- Karen Anderson, Treasurer. Juniors Roger Johnson, President,- Harold Nordentoh, Vice- Seniors-Richard Kuester, President; Roger Kerkman, Vice- President; Diane Babcock, Secretary; Julie Schwertfeger, President,- Carol Kohls, Secretary,- Janette Campbell, Treasurer. Treasurer. Row leMellanie Waite, Diana Olson, Karen Knaak, Rita Noltner, Jeanne Brunette. Hamilton, Mr. Klumb, James Vande Sand, Elsie Ptak, Barbara Bardeen. Row 2-Kathleen Theisen, Mary Liz Trewyn, Steven Elbert, Thomas Row 3-Jane Bulkow, Mary Jo Hellert, Sam Ritacca, Douglas Timmerman, Horace Wooster, Robert Schweers, Donald Bullamore, Joseph Herro, Conny Florence, Marlene Egstad. HOMECOMING 1959 Homecoming, 1959, was a dismal affair. On Friday night the skits were as lively as usual, but a cold rain which had made preparations diffi- cult throughout the week continued to fall. The bonfire was washed out, and everyone went to bed with misgivings about Saturday's activities. On Saturday morning small groups gathered at the sorority and fraternity houses, waiting to hear if they should go ahead with their house decorations and floats. Shortly word was receiv- ed that there would be no parade, no house iudging, and no football game. While many alums gathered at the Union for 10 the annual alumni banquet many others gather- ed at their fraternity and sorority houses for their luncheons. For once everyone could just sit around and talk without worrying about getting to the game on time. The dance was held in the Union Commons. The largest crowd ever in attendance at the Homecoming dance witnessed the crowning of Queen Carol l'Bugsy" Harada and King Charles "Chuck" Coulthardt. Everyone who was in Whitewater for Home- coming 1959 will remember it always, and those coming up in future years will be remind- ed of the Homecoming that was rained out. The Chairmen of the 1959 Homecoming Weekend Row l-Steven Elbert, Parade,- Elsie Ptak, Secretary,- Thomas Hamilton, General Chairman; Mary Jo Helfert, Dance; James Vande Sand, Treasurer. Row 2-Riia Nolmer, Programs, James Silk, Bonfire, Diana Olson, Dance,- Joseph Herro, Publicity,- Patricia Cosiigan, Skits,- Robert Bosman, Dance. 3:, :3 , ., 4mm WWW.W WA The Klumb Girl, Delores Timm King Chuck and Queen Carol The crowd at The 1959 homecoming dance was the largest ever attending such a dance. A Coach and his Mighty Team Our Championship Football Team. . . . 1959 The President salutes a victorious football Team. Our Campus Queens Row 1 Barbara Leary, Mercier Winter Formal,- Cynthia Branum, Lucy Baker Formal,- Carol Harada, Homecoming. Row 2 Barbara Wasgien, From, 1959,- Helen Froehlke, Hearts Dance; Carol Kohlmetz, Rose Dance. 13 Alpha Sigma, First Place Serious Sigma Tau Gamma, First Place Humorous Delta Kappa Sigma Sigma Sigma Stunt Night . . . -. . . 1960 Tu Phi Sigma Epsilon Alpha Gamma Delta Delta Zeta Phi Chi Epsilon The candidates for queen and king The prom-goers danced until one. Junior Prom . . . . . . 1959 The Crowning King Curt and Queen Barbara 15 Whitewater's Best Dressed Girl, Janet Trumpy Teahouse of The August Moon . Bernarda Alba 7 Some characters 9 in Teahouse of the August Moon J? $15 Like the blending forms and colors of the new Student Union, etudent organ- 1 ization's are elemehts in a single com- plex structure-the life ef the campus. Products of our energies and our loy- alties, these organizations reflect the social, intellectual and a'rtistic inter- ests with which we hdve created a pattern of rewarding activity. Barbara Hernwan, Photography NN Minneiska, edited by students, is the yearbook of the college. The advisors are Dr. von Trebra, Business, and Mr. Saunders, Makeup. Plans for each year's book are drawn up in the previous spring. By fall everything is well underway and throughout the year staff mem- bers work hard to get their work done in order to meet deadlines. Much time is spent proofread- ing and arranging pages. By April 1 the book is ready to go to press. The books are distributed during the last week in May. The annual banquet was held at Sterling- worth. Awards were given to staff members and the editors for the 1961 Minneiska were cm- nounced. 3A a DaHene Kapp,lndex Itenedpries' 32:. Aanry Liz Trewyn Diane Babcock, Proofreading ' ' ' LOIE HOFS-ln- '6 Rose Marie Lefebvre, Layout EISKA . Row 1-Diana Olson, Jo Ellen Wautlet. Row 2-Karen Gilbertson, Carolyn Stunte- Jeanne Brunette, Typlng beck, Joan Rockwell. v 21 The Royal Purple is the weekly newspaper of W.$.C. There are no requirements for becoming a reporter, but one year's experience is neces- sary before becoming an editor on the paper. The paper is sent upon request to other schools and to alumni. Each year awards are presented to all editors and to the best reporters. A banquet was held in the spring for the staff. Officers for the group were Kathleen McClus- key, editor-in-chief; Rose Soldner and Judy Kresl, news co-editors; Virginia Holden and Bar- baro Lund, feature co-editors; Rosemary Cuene, organizational editor; and Dick Hanko, sports Row I-Ginny Holden-feature co-editor, Kathy McCluskey, editor-in-chief; Gayle Best-assistant business manager; Rose Soldner-front page co-editor. edltor. Mrs' Mary Mills IS the GdVisor' Row Z-Barb Lund-feature co-editor; Judy Kreslefront page co-editor; Ann Hougard-advertising manager. Row 3-Mrs. Mills-advisor; Dick Hanke- sports editor, Rosemary Cueneeorganization editor. ROYAL PURPLE Row 1-Phyllis Lillevold, Judie Patch, Barbara Wied, Karen Runzheimer, Barbara Staieil, Mary Gunnelson, Marilyn Ross. Row Z-Mary Monroe, Kathy Maly, Maureen Schopen, Dianne Kuehn, Joan Rubbo, Carolyn Siuntebeck, Judy Ludwig. Row 3-Al Scott, John Kazaniian, Jim VandeSand, Pete Jacobs, Harry Miller. 22 Row l-Miss Forbush, Don VandeSand iTreasureri, Mary Winther iSecretaryl, Dave Camplin iPresidenti, Monte Bluske iVice-Presidenti, Darlene Strand, Dr. Droullard. Row 2-Diane Babcock, Joyce Plaushines, Patricia J. Keepers, Jerry Lindas, James Drew, William Strand, Ann DeCosler, Shannon Anderson, Dick Hanko, Harry Miller. Row 3-Donna Steinbrink, John Horn, Genit Vredeveld, Richard Schaier, Dale Spencer. STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of the Student Council is to pro- vide students with self-government by carrying out student policies. The council's activities in- clude the all-school picnic, the awarding of the scholarship plaque, the aIl-school fall mixer, the conducting of elections and the carrying out of school policies. Members also participate in the Welfare Committee, allocations of student activity fees, Convocation Committee, Recreation Committee, Student Union Board, Student Health Insurance Committee, and the Library Commit- tee. The Student Council meets on the first and third Mondays of each month. President Dave Camplin heads the list of 1959-1960 officers with Monte Bluske, Vice President; Mary Winther Marcus, Secretary; and Don Vande Sand, Treasurer. The sponsors are Miss Forbush and Dr. Droullcrd. Council members are elected by the student body and must be full time students and have a gradepoint average of 1.25. Officers must have c 1.5 average. 23 ATNS OFFICERS Pat Costigan, Carol Thiers, Mary Wesemann, Bette Cunningham, Karen Knaak, Dean Forbush. AWS Upon enrollment in the College, all women students automatically become members of As- sociated Women Students. The AWS Council is composed of the officers and twenty-one de- partmental and class representatives who are etected annually by the women students in each class. The primary purpose of the Association is to assist in the development of college policies re- lating specifically to women students. Other ac- tivities include the publication of the Student Handbook, 0 social program highlighted by the annual Women's Dinner, a series of monthly convocations for women students, the Pre-Exom 24 Breakfast, 0 charity drive, a spring banquet, a householders tea, maintenance of the womenhs lounge, and participation in freshman orienta- tion through the Big and Little Sister picnic. The special requirement for Council members is a TC" average, and the officers must have a "C plus" or 1.5 average. The officers were Betty Cunningham, presi- dent; Karen Knock, secretory; Carol Thiers, treasurer; and Patricia Costigan, Royal Purple reporter. The sponsor of AWS is Miss Core For- bush. W3 Row 1 Diana Olson, Joy Hanke, Ann Logan, Julie Schwerlieger, Carol Rowlands, Diane Babcock. Row 2 Caro1e Treleven, Joan Rockwell, Norene Agnew, Karen Anderson, Karol Schroeder, Gayle Best, Myra Mante. Row 3-Phyllis Ames, Isabel Siidham, Mary Wilkinson, Sharon Lete, Karen Bartola- meolli, Judi Kelly, Lois Burthe. Everyone looked at the birdie. 25 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Row 1 Barbara Wied, Mary Liz Trewyn, Mrs. Hood, Marjorie Kelly, Miss Forbush, Miss Pape. Row Z-Mr. Stoner, Monte Bluske, David Camplin, Dr. Schalier, Dr. Droullard, John Horn. ACTIVITIES BOARD Row l-William Jacobson, Sally Reulher, Irene Dries, Eugene Wick. Row Z-Barbara Wied, Marjorie Kelly, Mr. Stoner, Fayrene Brown, Joyce Plaushines. Mr. Richard Stoner, Director The Student Union Board of Directors, meet-" ing every third Wednesday, consists of six stu- dents and five faculty members. Dr. Schaffer is chairman of the board and Mr. Stoner is secre- tary. Because the Union is new and the board is functioning for the first time, many problems arise. The board uses its best discretion in solv- ing these problems; it wants the greatest bene- fits for those who use the Union. This year the board adopted a constitution and began plans for naming the rooms of the Union. The Union Activities Board consists of stu- dents who are interested in functions and pro- graming for the Union. Games, public relations, arts and crafts, and dances are typical con- cerns. An outing Club was formed for the ben- efit of the students. Roller skating, skiing, and swimming are a few of the proiects carried out by the group. Mrs. Rose Wedeward, Secretary Mr. Vernon McCarthy, Assistant Director 27 Mr. Evans, Director BAND OFFICERS John Erickson, Joyce Jerabek, Mary Wesemann, Barbara Bruce 28 Row leean Morrissey, Arlene Skille, Carole Treleven, Janet Neuendorf, Carol Phelps, Wallie Reimer, Loretta Coburn, Ann Saunders, Joyce Jerabek, Jeanne Brunette. Row 2-Carol Rowlands, Rudy Weiland, Dellora Dyer, Joanne Mundschau, Jane Weiss, Sherri Cunningham, Barbara Phelps, Joyce Schnitger, Bonnie Jacobs, Shirley Huey, Carol Wirtz, Nancy Woodbury, Nancy Tesch, Marilyn Utzinger, Barbara Moseng. Row 3-Janet Fleischfiesser, Carolyn Kessler, Barbara Soltis, Darlene Teubert, Norene Agnew, Ruth Dittmer, Sandra Ketter, Darlene Kapp, Carolyn Ryer, Lucile Heck, Mary Lou Annis, Barbara Weid, Virginia Ehren, Helen Kerr, Joe Kieraldo, Sue Balis, Roger Klug, Jack Bernau, John Erickson. Row 4-Leland Mayhew, Ed Schultz, John Mossberg, Jim Krug, Susan Matthews, Jim Schoemer, Ronald Mueller, Donna Peiersen, Jim Mayer, George Formanek, Joe Tenpenny, Charles Pollock, Bonnie Halversen, Dorothy Lewis, Larry Roberts, David Dahlke, Mary Smoody. Row 5-Stanley Taylor, Jim Strey, David Cox, Aaron Clifton, Gordon Smith, Mary Becker, Don Jones, John McLean, David Mucks, Dave Gjeston, Mr. David Evans, director; Pat Kelleher, Joe Ehren, Robert Ingersoll, Mary Wesemann. Not pictured-Roberl Taylor, Larry Flanagan, Don RummelhoH, Charles Wilde, Jim Greenlee, Elaine Scholl. The Concert Band, made up of eighty-five fine musicians and directed by Mr. David Evans, was very active this year. Activities included a concert on April 24; a tour to Northern Wiscon- sin; concerts at Oconomowoc, Whitefish Bay, Preble, East DePere, and Seymour; cm outdoor concert bon the circle",- and playing for gradu- tion exercises. Selections played included bThe Damnation of Faust-Rakozy," by Berlioz; "Waf- er Music Suite," by Handel; bTrouersinfonie," by Von Weber; 'bModemoiseHe Angof Ballet Suite," by Lecocq; "Symphony No. 1 in G minor," by Kalinikov; and many other oufsfonding selec- tions. 29 Row l-Barbara Wasgien, Joan Rockwell, Dorothy Dunlavy, Rachel Wyszynski, Nancye Scobie. Row ZwJudy Whitmore, Mary Joy Wesslen, Johann Sharapata, Jan Klemp. Row 3 Pa1ricia Keepers, Judy Kresl, Linda Harper. Row 1-Carol Trelevan, Dellora Dyer, Joanne Mundschau, Carol Phelps, Mary Becker, Jane Weiss, Bonnie Jacobs, Shirley Huey, Nancy Woodbury, Loretta Coburn, Wallie Reimer. Row Z-Janet Fleischfiesser, Pat DeLisle, Geraldine Justin, Ruth Dimmer, Jane Malsch, Donna Raabe, Carolyn Ryer, Judy Kelly, Joe Kieraldo, Lois Pollard, Barbara Scott, Susan Balis, Roger Klug, Jack Bernau. Row 3-Ed Schultz, Shirley Niemi, Philip Bicket, Susan Matthews, Pat Kelleher, Betty Ross, Mary Feiter, Rita Ritger, Elaine ScholI, Joseph Tenpenny, George Formanek. Row 4-Aaron Clifton, Gordon Smith, Don Jones, John McLean, John Erickson, ass't director; Mr. David Evans, director. WARHAWK BAND The Warhawk Bond, formerly known as the The activities of the Warhowk Band include Freshman Band, has been expanded to allow performances at all winter school activities, in- upperclassmen as well as freshmen to be eligi- cluding basketball games and convocations, ble for membership. throughout the year. John Erickson was the student director. He The maior purpose of the Warhawk Bond is was asissted by Pat Kelleher. to provide concert band experience for mem- bers and to serve as a seminar class for future The group meets twice a week-on Monday band directors. evenings and Thursday mornings. Row l-Julie Gray, Harriet Heitz, Carol Gallagher, Mary Bieglow, Mary Lou Hase, Betty Schoechert, Janet Lloyd, Donna Gueldner, Darlene Greiber, Nancye Scobie, Nancy Pache, Mary Radlotf, Carol Ludtke, Ruth Willis, Bridget Gregory, Nancy Peterson, Judy Bauer. Row 2-Sharon Spredemann, Janet Pfleger, Mary Lou DeMund, Jeanette Anderson, Mary Lou Von Falkenstein, Conny Florence, Judy Goessling, Sonja Peterson, Lois Hughes, Audrey Thomp- son, Kathy Fardy, Louise Aplin, Caroly McMahon, Mary Clunie, Pat Miller, Carol Thiers, Beverly Kraby, Barbara West. Row 3-Nancy Gruver, William Mahnke, Jerry Glitzky, Jerry Turner, Fred Banaszak, Don Smith, Bruce Gibson, Tom Haebig, Bill Crandall, Art Bohm, Len Kopplin, Willis Stauske, LaVeme Langer, Robert Wurtz, Dale Volberding, Bill Wetherall, Sam Ritacca, Mary Jo Heltert, Barbara Bardeen. Row 4-Sally Walter, Pat Keepers, Harry Essock, Ed Pockewald, Dave Woods, Harold Kinyon, Phil Zuhse, Cedric Anderson, Tom Miller, Joe Monday, Jim Vredeveld, Bill Jacobson, Chuck Crary, Perry Hellum, Joe Brinelli, Jim Babcock, John Ganoung, Travis Middlestead, Bruce Patrick, Bob Bosman, Joan Rich, Mary Wilkinson. A CAPPELLA CHOIR Under the direction of Dr. Raymond Light, the Concert Choir gave a Christmas concert for col- lege students and Whitewater citizens, ioined the Concert Band for the annual Spring Concert, song cut Baccalaureate services, and enjoyed a two-day concert tour to Beaver Dam, Woupun, Stevens Point, and Appleton high Schools. Selections that will be remembered are t'A Jubilant Song," by Dello Joio, and 'The Last Words of David," by Randall Thompson, and 32 ttGloria" by Vivaldi. Soloists during the year were William Wetherall, Mary Hose, Sonic: Pet- erson, and Barbara Hollander. Barbara West served as the able accompanist. Officers were Joseph Monday, president; Wil- liam Crondall, vice-president; Mary Hose, sec- retory; Nancy Poche, treasurer, Mary Radloff, business manager; Janet Lloyd and Carol Ludt- ke, librarians; and Beverly Kroby, robe man- ager. Row leBob Niendorf, Ronald Barton, Terry Cummings, Philip Zuhse, Jim Ba'mock, Bruce Patrick, Robert Wurtz. Row 2-Dr. Light, Dick Cheri, Edward Morkin, LaVerne Langer, Tom Miller, Chuck Crary, Travis Middlestead, Dal: Volberding. Row 3-Donald Smith, Jim Mayer, Tom McMenomy, Bob Biege, Edward Pockelwald, Bill Crandall, Leonard Kopplin. Row 4eTom Haebig, Harold Kinyon, Gerri! Vredeveld, William D. Jacobson, Joe Monday JL, Jack Bernau, Dave Dahlke. MEN'S CHORUS The Men's Chorus, resplendent in formal ot- tire for the first time this year, enioyed an ex- panded program of concerts. The group partici- pated in the Christmas and Spring Concerts, and song for such civic and college organiza- tions as The Federation of Women's Clubs, The Foreign Students Club, the mid-term Senior Din- ner, and The Southern Wisconsin Schoolmaster 3-1 Association. In addition, the Chorus gave con- certs at Kewouskum, Mayville, and West Allis Central high schools. Spirituols, folk songs and classical music made up the selections used in the programs. Officers for the year were Donald Smith, president; LaVerne Longer, secretary; and Ro- bert Wurtz, librarian. Fits! ROWePatricia Keepers, Robert Hagen, Jane Weiss, Mary Becker, Barbara Dotts, Loretta Coburn, Jeanne Brunette, Dorothy Sargent, Katherine Klinner, Stephanie Thomas. Row 2-Hildegarde Belde, Monrico Lehnert, Mary Smood y, Larry Roberts, Mary Lou Annis, Sandra Ketter, Darlene Kapp, Pat Kelleher, Jim Krug, Shirley Huey, Mary Clunie. Row 3-Judy Ohlgart, Joan Severson, Sharon St. John, Beverly Martin, Don Jones. Not Pictured-Robert Clemixr son, John Erickson, Barbara Ferge, Beverly Heinisch, Bonnie Jacobs, Roger Klug, Jean Morissey, Gordon Smith, Robert Taylor, Mary Wesemann. ORCHESTRA During the past year, the WSC Orchestra ene ioyed the largest membership it has ever known in Whitewater, and there is much hope for con- tinuing growth. The symphonette group performs as a concert group and assists in various musical productions. The group meets each Monday evening at 4 pm. The officers of the orchestra ore Monrico Leh- nert, president; Don Jones, vice-president; San- Monrico Lehnert, president; Don Jones, vice-president; dra .Ket-ter, ?ecretorx-treasurer; .and Mery LOU Sandra Ketter, secretary-treasurer; and Mary Lou Annis, Anms, librarian. DaVId L. Evans IS the director. librarian. David L. Evans is the director. Row leMildred Dickinson, Diana Schuenemann, Eileen Gierach, Shirley Zitka, Mary Tisler, Karen Peterson, Cecile Bertrand, Patricia Umberger, Karen Runzheimer, Pat Cieslukowski. Row 2-Muriel Higgins, Lucile Heck, Gale Towne, Janice McKay, Arlene Adler, LaVeme Carlson, Carolyn Johnson, Carol Gourlie, Hildegard Wolfer. Row 3-Jane Weiss, Shirley Beske, Dellora Dyer, Karen Hapke, Helen Henning, Maxine Karrer, Judy Messmer, Joy Marsden, Jill Loehndorf. Row 4eJill Smithbock, Mary Ellen Pen, Marion Britten, Mary Ellen Kerr, Carol Wirtz, Helen Rennhak, Lynn Sues, Donna Steinbrink, Gloria Barlelt. TREBLE CLEF Girls who sing because they want too-e these are the girls who make up the Treble Clef. The purpose of the organization, in addition to deriving enjoyment from singing, is to study and perform representative choral literature selected from the classical and contemporary repertoire. Appearances made by the group include the 36 annual Christmas Concert, a spring concert, and various outside engagements with civic organi- zotions. The group meets every Monday and Thursday evenings. Treble Cletc is directed by Mr. Bertram Gable. Officers during the year were as follows: Carolyn Johnson, president; Donna Steinbrink, vice-president; and Betty Schoenhert, secretary. The Future Business Leaders of America is an organization for all Business Education and Ad- ministration students. The purpose of the organi- zation is to acquaint students with various areas of business and develop competent, aggressive business leadership. It provides a training for future teachers to sponsor high school FBLA Activities include selling of Warhowk folders, sponsoring the alI-school carnival and a Sadie FBLA Curt Klade, President,- Jim Kissinger, Treasurer; Mr. Leon Hermsen, Advisor, Karen Knaak, Secretary. Not pictured: Rosemary Cuene, Reporter, Jim Vande Sand, Vice-President. Hawkins dance, and presentation of speakers in the various fields of business at the m?etings. This year the chapter played host for the State FBLA Convention April 8 and 9. Officers for the year were: Curt Klade, presi- dent; Jim Vande Sand, vice president; Koren Knack, secretary; Jim Kissinger, treasurer; and Rosemary Cuene, reporter. Mr. Leon Hermsen is the advisor of FBLA. Row l-Rose Marie Lefebvre, Pat Fischer, Allie Scott, Irene Riedl, Jeanne Sommers, Linda Irwin, Mary Radloff, Judy Gendrich, Helen Kayser. Row 2- Phyllis Cronin, Suzanne Stengel, Nancy Spry, Patricia Keepers, Mary Wilkinson, Jill Erickson, Marjorie Kelly, Arm Hougard, Maris Oelstrom, Beverly Drumm, Delores Lauersdorf. Row 3-Tom McMenomy, LaVeme Langar, Verne Gilles, John Horn, John Lisowski, John Kaepemick, Tom Hamilton, Monte Bluske, Richard Olsen, James Schaefer, Robert Niendorf, Jaggie Singh. .. J OD Row l-Karen Frankie, Louise Aplin, Dorothy Louis, Julie Schwerlfeger, Shirley Niemi, Shirley Ziika, Glenda Miller, Carol Ludtke. Row 2 De1ores Timm, Donna Petersen, Beverly Elliott, Ann De Cosier, Virginia Ehren, Judy Kohlmeyer, Pauline Kedrowicz, Muriel Higgins, Barbara Lund. Row 3 Pe1er Alm, Joan Rubbo, Maureen Schopen, Lucile Heck, Carol Krupke, Joyce Jerabek, Janice Wege, Johann Sharapata, Gloria Bariell, Ken Etzelmueller. FBLA x: i g x L; 21: L Q? Row 1 Dorothy Marti, JoEllen Wauilel, Diana Krestan, Mary Liz Trewyn, Mary Joy WeSslen, Carol Scheunemann, Ellen Okubo. Row 2-Dale Kinderman, Phil Manei, Donna Buchholz, Sally Reulher, Chris Buroff, Rudy Wieland, Jim Pervisky. Row S-Bemard Bringe, LeRoy Dibble, Jerry Schied, Robert Hille, Gerri! Vredeveld, Wayne Weishaar, Mitchell Smith, Gray Davies. 38 Row 1 Rose Soldner, Darlene Strand, Colleen Ryan, Lillian Weinbrecher, Faye Scott, Virginia Apielbeck, Jeanne Guelig, Conalee Calhoon, Karen Zingsheim. Row Z-Barbara Herman, Dorothy Reeves, Arlene Skille, Linda Harper, Carol Hubbard, Lenora Heifer, Joyce Olson, Marlys Mandel, LaVeme Carlson, Eileen Bower. Row 3-Dewey Kaiser, George Grinde, Leland Mayhew, Larry Roberts, Jim Thayer, Doug Marquardt, Jon Plans, Mike Skogstad, Peggy Gadwill, Joan Rehse, Darlene Kapp. Watch out! He looks hungry. A Typical classroom scene 39 A.C.E. is open to all students planning to teach in kindergarten, elementary or rural schools. The purpose of the organization is to work for the education and well-being of child- ren, to encourage professional growth in teach- ers, and to inform the public of the needs of children and how the school program must be adiusted to fit those needs. Beverly Kraby, president; Jeanette Cates, vice-presi- dent; Barbara Beckman, secretary; and Evelyn Zimple- man, treasurer. Mrs. Margaret Mueller and Dr. Wesley Earp were the advisors. OCIATION OF Activities of A.C.E. included speakers at monthly meetings, a book fair, and the state and national conventions. A.C.E. tries to send representatives to the national convention each year. This year, the national convention was held on the Whitewater campus in May. Row 1-Dotothy Koch, Diana Schuenemann, Betty Schoechert, Barbara Soltis, Carol Ann Gile, Nanci Gruver, Judy Boltz. Row ZePhyllis Ames, Jeanette Anderson, Barbara Vogel, Arlene Adler, Julene Lucchi, Irene Alienburg. Row 3-Mary Ellen Pen, Isabel Stidham, Carol Gile, Carolyn Johnson, Mary York. 40 Row I-Grace Wendi, Harriet Heitz, Diana Olson, Kathleen Turnis, Betty Rockwell, Jan Roihschadl, Elaine Schall. Row 2-Kathy Maly, Barbara Kesler, Shirley Beske, Kay Dickmann, Pat Miller, Judy Lohry. Row 3-Carol DeBock, Dianne Kuehn, Fran Copper, Irene Dries, Ruth Salentine. CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Row l-Nancy Werner, Mary Clunie, Rosemary Sell, Jan Klemp, Sharon Spredemann, Carol Rowlands. Row Z-Barbara Stafeil, Eileen Schmidt, Sally Walter, Lois Zamstorii, Carolyn Stuntebeck, Jean Vick, Mary Winther Markus. Row 3-Caroline McMahon, Nancy Courtice, Linda Hartman, Donna Stein- hrink, Ruth Kline, Gloria Sheard. 41 Dr. Vrieze, adviser, John Ganoung, secretary; Marilyn Hunt president; Joan Scott, Royal Puxple reporter. I Thespicms is an organization for persons who have an interest in dramatics. Lighting, stage set construction, property procurement, makeup, costume making, and publicity - all of these nec- essary tasks are performed by the members of this group, who thus accumulate points toward membership in Theta Alpha Phi. Some of the activities that Thespians partici- pated in were the one-oct play contest, in which they won first place; Whitewater College pro- ductions; instructional dancing; Women's Club programs; and a Christmas party. Each year Thespions honors the outstanding senior participating in dramatics. Officers for the year were Marilyn Hunt, pres- ident; Beverly Densch, vice-president; John Ga- noung, secretary; Jean Sommers, treasurer; and Joan Scott, Royal Purple reporter. Dr. Jack W. Vrieze is the group sponsor. HESPIANS Row leGeri Peich, Caryie Western, Jeanne Sommers, Heuvel. 42 Linda Yao. Row Z-Bevetly Densch, Dan Holz, Pat Muehl. Row 3-Laurence Domachex, Bob Vanden Row 1 Mary Nelson, Judy Patch, Jan Pfleger, Mary Frank, Muriel Higgins, Helen Perlzbom, Merillan Meurer. Row Z-Bonnie Halvorsen, Linda Wyss, Kathy Karlson, William Hrasky, Lenora Heifer, Ann DeCoster. Row 3-William Schmitz, Richard Scharine, Robert Klitzke, Tom Schaffer, Donald Berendson. HESPIANS Bernada Alba Forensics provide an opportunity for students to meet those of other colleges in a variety of competitive speech activities. The W5C forensic squad of 28 people participated in 12 tourna- ments during the 1959-60 season. They entered debate, discussion, oratory, extemporaneous speaking, after-dinner speaking, oral interpre- tation and radio speaking. Superior ratings in discussion went to James Minucci, James Schwentner and Angelo Alioto at the tournament at Bradley University, to Douglas Marquordt at the State University of Iowa and to Allen Harding at the University of Wisconsin. The tape recorded entry in the National Con- test in Public Discussion made it to the semi-fin- als before being eliminated. Marilyn Hunt won second place in the wom- en's division of the Wisconsin State Intercollegi- ate Oratory Contest. Ratings of excellent were received by sixteen other squad members in six tournaments in five activities, with some participants receiving sever- al excellent ratings. A total of seventeen debaters entered 158 de- bates during the semester, meeting schools from more than a dozen states. In addition to intercollegiate competition, the squad had an early season intra-murol tourna- ment, provided a public program, sponsored cm invitational high school debate tournament, and assisted with the sectional high school debate tournament. FORENSICS Row leLeRoy Dibble, Ralph Ackerman, Dale Arenz, Gerald Nelson, Angelo Aliota, Tony Georgalas, Edna C. Sorbet. Row 2-James Minucci, Thomas E. Dempsey, Allan Harding, Sandralee DeSombre, Beverly Drumm, Joy Kanehl. Row 3-Doug Marquardt, Richard Dunham, Thomas Hamilton, Herbert J. Ellis, John S. Cease. 44 Row leLawrence Dornacher, Mary Monroe, Gerry Matters, Roberta Cull, Thomas Zurkowski. Row ZeMarshall Gilliland, Ronald V. Ellis, Herbert J. Ellis, Richard Butcher, Steve Elbert, John A. Heide. WITS Meeting informally to discuss literature, music, The group sponsored an exhibit of colored and each other's writing-and to enjoy good reproductions of great paintings, creative writ- coffee, the members of the Wits experienced a ing contest, and publication of The Tower, a typically rewarding year. printed magazine for the first time this year. Row l-Diane Babcock-Txeasuxer; Richard RureyePresidem; Carolyn Kessler-Secretary. Row 2-Judy Frank, Irene Dries, Karen Anderson. RECREATION COMMITTEE The Recreation Committee is a branch of the Student Council. Its purpose is to provide num- erous activities for the students so that they will be induced to remain on the campus weekends. It is composed of a representative from each sor- ority and fraternity, the dormitories, the Vet's Club, the freshman class president, and vice- president of the Student Council. Some of the activities provided were a weekly Saturday afternoon recreation program at Hom- ilton Gym, various activity nights, and "Colleg- iate Weekend," which was co-sponsored with the freshman class. Row l-Beverly Elliott, Marilyn Utzinger, Kathryn Clay. Row Z-Ron Gessi, Dennis Fitzpatrick, Jack Nelson. Row IeVirginia Holden, Eileen Gierach, Ann Winger, Linda Yao, Ellen Oku'Jo. Row 2-Patricia Taguchi, Sarah Takayama, Irene Seta, Kathy McCluskey, Janet Omori, Mary Nelson, Carmen Quan. Row 3eJaggie Singh, Renate Kissei, Karen Runzheimer, In Suk R0, Barb Lund, Judy Weidman, Mona Trautman. Row 4--David Timm, Gerald Salchert, Carol Harada, Kathy Clark, Eileen VaJde Sand, Paul Rich, Dale Spencer, Willis Stauske. Missing-Jerry Corda Bruce Harvatine, Mary Olson, Jean Minayoski. ' INTERNATIONAL CLUB Are you interested in learning about life in other countries? Would you like to meet students from other countries? If so, the International Club would like to welcome you to their group. The International Club is an organization that has as its purpose to better inform students of places around the world. Once a month a speak- er comes to the group meetings and tells of his or her experiences in some other country. Usual- ly slides accompany these interesting talks. Other social activities of the group include a Christmas party and a farewell party. The group also publicizes the United Nations on campus. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursday of every month. Dr. Richard Brown is the faculty advisor to the group. Officers are as follows: Carol Harada, president; David Timm, vice-president; Ellen Ok- ubo, secretary; and Barbara Lund, treasurer. 47 Row l-Douglas Marquardt, David Cox, Roy Hunter. Row 2-Charles Wilde, Don Stevens, Robert Vanden Heuvel, James Pervisky. PHOTOGRAPHERS A busy crew, student photographers have snapped and processed pictures throughout the year for The Royal Purple and Minneiska, as well as for several other publications. Mr. Prucha 48 is sponsor for the group, whose members have worked long and hard to provide their fellow students with a vivid picture of the year's activi- ties and events. I ' n.5-u214 , ?Im Row leJan Stafford, Lexie Horlick. Row Z-Joyce Plaushines, Sue Schill, Stephanie Snashall, Alice Sutton, Carol House. Row 3-Michael B. Rellahan, Gerald Mac Donald, Sandralee DeSombre, Judi Garens, Charlie Roth, Vern Herdendorf tAdvisort. Row 4-Father John G. Mills tRectort, James Dehler, George McKilligin tPresidentt, Richard Litzler tVice-Presidentt, Ross Torsrud, William Tramer. KEMPER The Kemper Club's activities for the year in- cluded suppers twice each month, a dinner for all of the church groups on campus, two ioint meetings with the Episcopalian organization at Milton College, on Epiphany party, work at St. Luke's Advent Bazaar, and corporate commun- ion on the first Wednesday of each month. 49 Row leGlenda Miller, Judy Frank, Mary Bigelow, Mary Clunie. Row 2-Holle Chopp, Mary Winther, Barbara Dotts, Joan Rockwell, Marlys Mandel. Row BeMary Lou Annis, Mary Wesemann, Carol Gile, Barbara Vogel, Mary Frank, Sally Walter. Row 4ePatricia Keepers, Robert Matzke, Tom Schmidlkofer, Douglas Grove, Charles Steele, Mary Wilkinson. SCROOBY Scrooby is an organization of Congregational students which combines relaxation and intel- lectual pursuits in providing religious fellowship. This year, Scrooby's program included cost suppers, devotions, recreation and an annual picnic. Scrooby was host to a State United Fel- lowship Convention November 20-22 and was visited by several guest speakers throughout the year. The members of Scrooby sponsored c1 col- lege church service in the spring, as they have done in the past years. The officers were William Weatherall, presi- dent; Gary Davies, vice-president; Beverly El- liott, secretary; Beverly Drumm, treasurer; and Gloria Sheord and Karen Knack, recreational chairmen. Miss Miriam Pope and Mr. John Heide 7 - . - t Were the SPOHSOI'S- Students enioy a Scrooby supper. 50 MERC Mercier is a religious organization for all Catholic students on campus. Its purpose is to supplement the work of secular instruction with spiritual and religious instruction. Among the many activities of the group is the annual winter formal. t'Fantasy in Frost," which was held December 5. Barbara Leary and Rich- ard Kuester reigned over the event as the chosen king and queen. Other activities of the group included the Day of Recollection, a picnic, and the recitation of the Rosary before each meeting. At the end of the year "Mr. and Miss Newman" are chosen by the faculty sponsor, Mrs. Fricker, and the chap- Father Berry IER Iain, Father Berry. "Mr. and Miss Newman" are the two outstanding Mercier students of the year. The group has also done service activities in teaching Sunday School and helping where needed in the work of the church. Officers for this year were Richard Kuester, president; LaVerne Langer, vice-president; Betty Cunningham, recording secretary; Virginia Eh- ren, corresponding secretary, and Marilyn Mey- er, treasurer. Permanent committee heads were: religion, Jeanne Brunnette; cost suppers, Mau- reen Schopen; social, Rita Noltner; and mem- bership, Tom Miller. Row 1-Mari1yn Meyers-Treasurer, Dick Kuester-President; Ginny Ehren-Corresponding Secretary. Row Z-Bette CunninghameSec- re'ary; LaVern Langer-Vice-President; Father Berry-Chaplain; Lira. Fricker-Faculty Adviser. 51 Row 1--Irene Riedl, Marie Frodl, Cathy Reining, Jeanne Guelig, Sandra Pursel, Celene Hilkin, Pauline Kedrowicz. Row 2-Suzanne Stengel, Virginia Aplelbeck, Allie Scott, David Hassell, John Ges:erI, Joanne Mundchan, Ben"; Mrrfens, Dorothy Louis. Row 3-Jeanine Bmecher, Kathy Graham, Ronald Hdssell, Leonard Machkovech, William Barribeau, Pat Eaton, Theresa Vose, Sherrine Kampo, Patti Charles Row 4-Claylon Selbach, Tom McMenomy, Daniel Thompson, Richard Rurey, Karen Seider, Dick Hanko, Peter Shepparl, Sig Kalano, Roy Endres, Linus J. Lisowski. MERCIER l; Rcw 1-Shirley Huey, Elaine Dziedzic, Mary Shannon, Linda Yao, Helen Parlzborn, Barbara Hyland, Karen Zingsheim. Row 2-Helen Bohman, Mary Gantenbein, Kathy Maly, Carolyn Siuntebeck, Mary Ann Smoody, Beverly Braun, Cynthia E. Branum, Mona Traufman. Row 3 Joe Britielli, Muriel Higgins, Mary York, Dianne Kuehn, Pat Muehl, Carmella Mares, Donna Hynes, Charles Kasprzak, Roger Trombino. Row 4-Mary Monroe, Sharon Le:e, Man Mess- ner, Don VandeSand, John Kiersiyn, Lawrence McGhee, John Meissner, Ron Ghering, John Zboia, Don Schultz. 52 Row l-Rila Ritger, JoElIen Wauflet, Linda Neu, Betty Hutchison, Jeanne Brunette, Bridget Gregory, Marianne Scheunert. Row 2-Kathie Fons, Mary O'Day, Sandy Morris, Sandee Fasano, Kathy Fardy, Arlene Parkins, Leslie Smith, Colleen Ryan Row 3-Liz Henkel, Barbara Leary, Maureen Schopen, Norene Agnew, Diana Krestan, Carol Wirrz, Rosemary Zickerman, Peggy Gadwill, Barbara Herman. Row 4-Mary Stuie, Joe Tenpenny, Tom Miller, Rus Slicker, Vince Kipp, Thomas Hamilton, Jim VandeSand, Blanche Schuerman, Pat Strozyk, Ralph Lepak. MERCIER Row l-Irene Dries, Jim Schaefer, Barbara Konieczka. Row 2 Mary Roach, Mary Tisler. 53 Row lwAlan Miller, Thomas Schmitz, Zita Leeser, Shirley Zilka, Rita Noltnet, Carol Becker, Ann Scott, Joseph Nuspl. Row 2 Tom Boll, Jane Weiss, Eileen Vande Sand, Geraldine Justin, Virginia Ehren, Gloria Krosnicki, Judy Kohlmeyer, Ann Hougard, Mary Mullowney, Judy Pavlic, Tom Haebig. Row 3- Melvin Wild, Haven Ready, Bill DuBord, Joe Monday Jr., David Kromenaker, Tom Facke, John Hamann, Bob Vanden Hauvel, Joe Cronick, John Horn, Don Rychlak. MERCIER Mercier King and Queen Dick Kves'rer 8 Barb Leary, Father Berry. 54 Row 1--Donna Bucholtz, Diana Schuenemann, Judith Draeger, Mary Lou Hase, Secretary. Row Dave Dahlke, Arlene Adler. LSCS Every first and third Wednesday night of each month the students of the Lutheran Synodical Conference met for cost supper and religious discussion e the first Wednes- day for cost suppers and the second for religious discus- Slons. Some of the activities for this school year were a Hall- oween party, a Christmas party, and the annual picnic. The officers for LSCS are as follows: President, Jack Phipps; Vice-President, Ken Mayer; Sec- retary, Mary Lou Hose; Treasurer, John Kaepernick. Row IeCarol Ann Gile lSecretaryl, Mellanie Waite lRoyal Purple Reporrexl. Row 2-Howard F. Marousek lPresidentl, Leonard Kopplin lDevotional Chairmanl, Spencer Benedict lSocial Chairmanl, Reverend Francis S. Foulke lPastorl. Row 3-Ken Etzelmueller lVice-Presidentl, Everett Refior lFaculty Adviserl, Ralph W. Fenske lTreasurerl, Bruce A. Davis lFood Chairmanl. WESLEY Wesley is a religious organization for all Me- thodist students on campus and has as its pur- pose to assist and guide college students in a continuing quest for a fuller and richer religious life. It hopes thereby to assist the student in an effective and wholesome adiustment to all of life. Activities of the group during the past year have included cost suppers, c: banquet, listening to guest speakers, devotional meetings, a tour of the other churches in the City of Whitewater, and viewing slides on Hawaii. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. The group is guided by Mr. and Mrs. Everett Refior, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Schmunk and the Rev. Francis 5. Foulke. Officers are as follows: How- ard Marousek, president; Ken Etzelmueller, vice- president; Carol Ann Gile, secretary; Ralph Fen- ske, treasurer; Melloine Waite, Royal Purple re- porter; Leonard Kopplin, devotions chairman; Spencer' Benedict, recreational chairman; and Bruce Davis, meals'chairman. 56 Row 1 Jane1 Lloyd, Peggy Mossholder, Roxanne Kovars, Marilyn Ross, Conalee Calhoon. Row Z-Betry Schoecheri, Judith Gendrich, Joyce Dobson, Jan Kuebli, Mary Ross, Tom Dosemagen. Row 3-Judy Messmer, Jeanette Cales, Marjorie Kelly, Joy Marsden, Maris Oelslrom, M. Diane Winn, Claudette Pekerson, Carol De Bock. Row 4-Irene Altenburg, Mary Kerr, Mary Ellen Pen, Richard Horn, Curt Klade, Larry Roberts, Phillip Krahn, Mary Ann . WESLEY Jorgensen, Darlene Withee. Ww bHWv 2?... H ; 2: h h wigm x g! 3 2' ' 4 $2" : 1 : exjA w t - t2 3 t Row l-Eloise Dettmer tTreasurert, Lawrence Flinn tPresidentt, Judy Goessling Royal Purple Reportert. Row 2-Dewey Kaiser tFood Chairman, Pianistt, Mrs. Warren Sigwalt, Faye Scott tProgram Chairmant, Janet Runkle tSecretaryL Row 3-Marie S. Benson tSponsorL Robert Larson tVice Presidemt, Norman Thies tAssistant Sponsort, The Reverend Warren K. Sigwalt tPastort. LSA Students of the Lutheran faith congregate every second and fourth Wednesday evening for cost suppers and pro- grams relating to the church calendar. Every third meet- ing was a social meeting, square dancing being the high- light. Members participated in many activities. Some of them were two retreats to Lutherdale on Louderdale Lake tone in the fall and one in the springt, a Christmas banquet, and a banquet for the seniors in the spring. LSA also entered the FBLA carnival. This year LSA was host to the All Church Group Cost Supper. Entertainment was furnished by the Men's Chorus under the direction of Dr. Raymond Light. Miss Marie Benson and Mr. Norman Thies are the advi- sors. Reverend and Mrs. Sigwalt are the sponsors. The officers for the year were Lawrence Rinn, president; Robert Larson, vice-president; Janet Runkel, secretary; Eloise Dettmer, treasurer; and Faye Scott, program chair- man 58 V L ' .. 1 ii Row l-Ruth Humphrey, Shirley Niemi, Carol Scheunemann, Nancy Peterson, Mary Gunnelson. Row 2-Donna Raabe, Eileen Schmidt, Arlene Skille, Dick Heard, Nancy Borst, Bonnie Haessly, Row 3-George Grinde, Alan Scott, Edward Pockelwald, Ronald Peterson, Edwin Schultz, Jack North, Ken Westphal. Row l-Rose Soldner, Dorothy Koch, Judy Ohlgari, Barbara Wied, Phyllis Lillevold. Row 2 LaVeme Carlson, Doris Severson, Judie Buss, Pat Miller, Shirley Kraft, Barbara Rygh. Row 3-Carolyn Johnson, Beverly Kraby, Jill Erickson, Sue Froehlich, Phyllis Cronin, Judi Kelly, Darlene Kapp. 59 Row leDonna Norton, Judiih Athas, Margie Leonard, Kathy Klinner, Carolyn Ryer, Karen Frankie. Row Z-Janene Bohi, Donna Raabe TSec.-TreasJ, Jane Hamilton, Jane! Fleischfresser, Suzette Griffith, Olive R. Reeve TSponsorL Row 3-Nancy Woodbury, Pat Hare, Beverly Martin, Darlene Withee, Julene Lucchi, Karen Worden lMissionary SecretaryT, Dewey Kaiser. Row 4-Nancy Borst, Karen Hapke, Edward Pockelwald, George Grinde, Dean Twist, Don Cabush, Jerry Turner, Donna Steinbrink TPresidemL IVCF The purpose of lnter-Varsify Christian Fellow- ship is for students of different denominations to come together to learn more about Jesus Christ and to see what His Word has to say about Him. Their activities include daily prayer meetings in the morning, a missionary breakfast, and partial support of a missionary in South America. The group also went Christmas coroling. Donna Sfeinbrink served as president, with 60 Donna Roabe as secretary-treosurer, and Karen Worden as Missionary Secretary and Prayer Chairman. The sponsor of I.V.C.F. is Miss Olive Reove. The group meets Thursday evening at 7:30. Their parties this year included a freshman party in September, a Halloween party, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic. Our Town and Campus Store 9. S b IO U 0 r T e In T r e b m e m e R Room IC The Upstairs Lounge and Mus The Cafeteria Line 61 Row l-Deanna Kant, president; Elsie Ptak, Patricia Keepers, secretary-treasurer. Row 2 eMarzha Stevenson, Irene Dries. Row 3eCarolyn Kessler, Carol Thiers, Rita Noltner. Miss Miriam Pape and Miss Bertha Lefler are faculty advisers. The Panhelienic Council, cm of- filiate of the National Panhellen- ic Council, is composed of a iunior and a senior representative from each sorority on campus. Its pur- pose is to facilitate harmonious relations among the four sorori- ties. By means of a system of ro- tation, the senior representatives of each of the sororities serves in turn as president of the Council. The interfraternity Council is composed of representatives from each of the four fraternities on campus. The purpose of the or- ganization is to regulate the four fraternities and to serve as a meet- ing point for them. The council sponsors maior sports events-the two interfra- ternity-faculty baskeball games for example -- for he entertain- ment of the student body. The group's sponsor is Dr. Clay- ton Droullard. Row l-Joseph Herro, James Schoemer, Richard Rurey, Dr. Droullard. Row Ze-Herbert Sinnon, Curtis Klade, David Casper. Row 3-Gerald Hagen, David Haakenson. 62 Row l--Linda Harper, social chairman, Donna Petersen, house president; Rita Noltner, senior panhelenic; Joy Kanehl, activities chairman. Row Z-Joyce Jerabek, treasurer,- Sally Walter, corresponding secretary. Row 3 -Carole Swanson, recording secretary,- Rosemary Sell, second vice-president, Janice Klemp, preaident; Barbara Bardeen, firs: viceepresident. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity for women began in a big way when it merged from Theta Sigma Upsilon and became international. The Alpha Gamma Deltas had a very active year. Among the activities they took part in were bake sales, a picnic honoring graduating sen- iors, an Alpha Gamma bowling league, partic- ipation in stunt night, a formal dinner dance, a Mother-Daughter Banquet, and sport events. The social activities included a Christmas party at the F. 8t R. Steak Ranch, and a formal Dinner Dance in the spring. As their special service proiects, the Alpha Gum's are active in Cerebral Palsy work, and they help c: needy family each year. Miss Bertha Lefler is the sponsor for the group. 63 Row l-Nancy Werner, Donna Peiersen, Arlene Perkins, Jane Malsch, Rita Noltner. Row 2-Dee Ann Crowns, Virginia Ehren, Lois Zamsforff, Sally Walter, Caroline McMahon. Row 3 Carole Swanson, Pat Strozyk, Linda Harper, Joy Kanehl, Ruth Kline, Dianne Kuehn. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Row l-Jeanne Brunette, Kathy Orchard, Holle Chopp, Janice Klemp, Marlene Egstad, Dorothy Louis. Row 2 Carole Hagan, Beverly Elliott, Nancy Courtice, Colleen Ryan, Rosemary Sell. Row 3-Carolyn Kessler, Barbara Bardeen, Joyce Jerabek, Peggy Gadwill, Maureen Schopen, Carole Luebke. 64 Row 1-Cymhia Branum, Mary Ann Vehrs, Arlene Adler, Sonia Peterson, Mary Brunkow. Row 2-Judith Ross, Judith Ludwig, Mary Ellen Pen, Nancy DeFries, Hildegard Belde. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Row 1-Kathleen Riley, parliamentarian,- Patricia J. Keepers, vice-president; Mary Joy Wesslen, president; Mary Liz Trewyn, corresponding secretary, Mary Kay Beggs, pledgemaster, Row Z-Jeanette Campbell, chaplain,- Joan Rockwell, sergeant-at-arms; Nancye Scobie, sergeant-at-arms; Barbara Wied, assistant pledgemaster. Row 3eBlanche Schuerman, social chairman; Bette Cunningham, treasurer; Mary Wilkinson, secretary. ALPHA SIGMA 11To Be An Alpha Sig ls Quite A Treat". Alpha Sigma is the only local sorority on the Whitewater campus. The house at 931 West Main Street is what the Alpha girls call home. Mrs. Stiglbauer iMrs. S. to the girlst is the house- mother. There are 16 girls living at the AE house, new to the sorority this year. Mrs. Fricker is the faculty sponsor. During the year the Alphas participate in many activities. Homecoming finds the girls busy at work on an annual alumnae luncheon, the float, and house decorations. Twice a year the group sponsors pledge dances in honor of the new pledges. In the spring the Alpha Sigmas hold their 66 spring formal e this year at Liggett's Marine Room, the mother-daughter banquet at Lake Lawn, and the annual picnic. All of the girls participate in many extra-curricular activities, and many hold key positions in school organiza- tions. Barbara Gleasman was the AE homecoming queen candidate; Betty Cunningham, the Mer- cier queen candidate; and Shirley Brukhardt, the Hearts queen candidate. Janet Trumpy, an Alpha Sigma girl, was selected as "Best Dressed Girl." Barbara Gleosman, Dione Babcock, and Irene Dries were candidates for the 1960 iunior prom queen. "No Matter Where You Go You'll Recognize Her." Row l-Mary Broome, Bonny Campbell, Jane B'xlkow, Carol Kohlmelz, Mar; Kelleher, Jan Denmering, Diane Babcock. Row 2-Janet Trumpy, Jeanette Campbell, Mary Jo Helfert, Josie Nelson, Mona Maibaum, Karen Anderson. Raw 3-Judy Schroeder, Barbara Gleasman, Irene Dries, Marjorie Kelly, Norene Agnew. ALPHA SIGMA Row l-Harriet Heiiz, JoEllen Wautlet, Vera Ames, Mary Lou DeMund, Shi-ley Brukardt, Mary Kay Beggs, Barbara Wied. Row 2 Jan Kuebli, Nancy Pache, Judi Kelly, Mary Liz Trewyn, Janette Lewis, Joan Rockwell. Row 3-1.15ry Monroe, Fayrena Brown, Sharon Kaupanger, Cathi Morris, Sally Reuther. 67 Row 1-Sandra Winoski, Carol Becker, Ann Winger, Jacquelyn Gallup, Celeste Anderson, Judith Thayer, Kathy LeVine. Row Z-Gerianne Peich, Sandra Fasano, Kathleen Temus, Stephanie Snashall, Nancy Rolstad, Kathy Voss, Madeline Traugott, Joyce Dobson, Janet Neuendoxi, Mary McConnell. Row 3- Beverly Heinisch, Jeanette Anderson, Jeanne Sommers, Roberta Roberts, Diana Kreston, Althea Miller, Hazel Koenen, Ann Hougard, Gloria Krosnicki, Helen Jones, Sharon Cunningham, Phyllis Ames. ALPHA SIGMA u i Row leKaren Knaak, first viceepresident, Delores Timm, president; Julie Schwertfeger, corresponding secretary,- Barbara Bruce, historian. Row Z-Carol Thiers, junior panhellenic; Deanna Kant, senior panhellenic; Ann DeCoster, treasurer. Row 3-Gayle Best, recording secretary,- Mary Wesemann, second vxce-president. DELTA ZETA Delta Zeta opened a very eventful year with an all-school mixer, "Fall Fantasy." A helping hand was given to patients at US. Hospital at Carville, Louisana, as well as aid given by the 28 pledges in the sole of Easter lilies. Social events throughout the year included a Fall get-together, Christmas Party, pledge dance, Mother - Father - Daughter - Banquet, formal dinner dance, and a picnic honoring the seniors. Delta Zeta walked off with two awards in all- school competition activities. t'Consolation," c1 one-act ploy received 3rd place, and the stunt nite entry "Ring Around the BUII-y" took 2nd place in the humorous division. The Defto Zeto's also won the first place trophy in W.A.A. bas- ketball competition. Dr. Edna Sorber is the faculty advisor, and Mrs. Cord. 0. Wells is the chapter director. tiU Row 1 Doris Severson, Pat Fischer, Mary Lou Deist, Shirley Williams, Sandra Pursel, Diana Olson, Mellanie Waite. Row 2 Kay Mount, Phyllis DiBiase, Jane Marquardl, Pauline KeAmV-Hm. Betty Martens, Marilyn Utzinger. Row S-Rosemary Cuene, Marilyn Paulsch, Pat Miller, Carol Ekdahl, Helen Kerr, Carol DeBock, Mary Ann Jorgensen. DELTA ZETA Row l--Barbara Kesler, Kathy Maly, Janet Omori, Susie Bosley, Pani Andersen, Joan Severson. Row 2-Daxlene Strand, Joan Jackson, Conny Florence, Kathy McCluskey, Barbara Klemenko, Kathryn Ann Clay. Row 3-Mary Feiter, Rose Mitchell, Linda Irwin, Sara Brennan, Ruth Salzwedel, Mary Lou Annis, Jeanette Cates. 70 Row l-Mary Ross, Barbara KasIe, Nancy Mayer, Carol House, Catherine Reining, Joy Hanke, Lynell Freng, Gloria Sheard. Row 2-Sharon Milbrandt, Carol Scheunemann, Sue Ladwig, Jan Runkle, Rosie Pann, Carolyn Johnson, Lois B :nhe, Sue Uyldert, Kathy Graham, Linda Hartman. Row 3hBarb Lund, Ruth Dinmer, Virginia Geiser, Pat Muehl, Mary Ann Parker, Is Stidham, Sharon Let 2, Donna Steinbrink, Joan Rubbo, Eileen Vanda Sand, Margaret Dianne Winn. DELTA ZETA Row 1-Pat Costigan, vice-president; Judy Whitmore, recording secretary; Elsie Ptak, president; Mary Hoppe, txeasuxer. Row 2-Helen Froehlke, sentinel,- Carol Schlueter, keeper of the grade:. Row 3-Baxbara Was- gien, corresponding secretary. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA The Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority is a national sorority. Attivities for the year include 0 Hearts Dance, front which the proceeds were sent to the Heart Fund, 0 Spring Formal Dinner-Dance, two car- wash proiects for the Robbie Page Memorial Hospital, a candy sale, the annual Christmas party and a party for new pledges. The sorority also contributed long-playing records to retard- ed children at St. Caletta's in Jefferson, Wis- consin. Each year a scholarship is awarded the soror- ity member with the highest grade-point aver- age. The officers for the year were Elsie Ptok, president; Patricia Costigan, vice-president; Judith Whitmore, recreational secretary; Bar- bara Wasgien, corresponding secretary; and Mary Hoppe, treasurer. Miss Miriam Pope was the group sponsor. Row 1 JudY O'Hearn, Kathleen Blaese, Marilyn Meyer, Barbara Wasgien, Julie Gray, Betty Hutchison, Judy Frank, Joyce Plaushines. Row 2 Sandi Whitmore, Pat Costigan, Sally Owen, Carol Kohls, Gail Tripp, Bonnie Farrah, Sue James. Row 3-Ann Saunders, Helen Lehman, Bonnie Glynn, Barbara Leary, Elizabeth Knudsen, Kathy Theisen. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Row 1-Susan Schill, Judie Janowiak, Carol Eidenberger, Helen Froehlke, Kathie Hauser, Darlene Teubert, Mary Winiher. Row 2-aJean Vick, Toni Dam- mann, Martha Stevenson, Mary Hoppe, Carol Schlueler, Elsie Ptak. Row 3-Carol Wirtz, Bonnie Halvorsen, Judy Kohlmeyer, Gayle Meyers, Judy Whitmore, Joyce Schnitger, Carol Phelps. 73 Row l-Mary Nelson, Lorraine Lia, Janice Stafford. Row 2-Stephanie Thomas, Wally Riemer, Mary O'Day, Sandy Bruss, Donna Johnson, Pat Cieslukowski. Row 3-Sandy McNealy, Karen Bartolameolli, Judy Brown, Carol Phelps, Mary Lou Von Falkenstein, Pat Charles, Sandy Morris, Beth Geddes. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Row leCIark Pearson, vice-president; Charles Thomas, sponsor,- Dick Rurey, president. Row 2-Don Vande Sand, treasurer; Phil Zuhse, recording secretary. DELTA KAPPA The Delta Kappa fraternity began the school year by moving into their new house located at 965 West Main Street. As a part of the fraternity social activity, the Delta Kappa choir, under the direction of Jim Mayer, entertained the fraternity and other groups including the girls at the dormitory, girls at the sorority houses, and many others. The choir won first place at the annual Kiwanis Club Talent Show. One of the fraternity members, Tom Hamil- ton, was the general chairman of homecoming activities. Because of the high scholastic achievements again this year, the fraternity has gained perm- anent possession of the interfraternity council plaque: In order to gain permanent possession the fraternity had to win first place three years in a row. Among the activities of the group were num- erous parties, the Turkey Hop, 4: Christmas party, a pledge banquet, trips to Braves games, the spring formal, and various other events. The faculty sponsor is Mr. Charles Thomas. Row l-Rober1 Bosman, Gary Davies, Richard Olsen, Michael Skogslad, Keen; Warren, Douglas Timmerman. Row 2-Douglas Marquardt, Curtis Klade, David Cox, Craig Herbert. Row 3 Jack Phipps, John Kaepemick, James Vanda Sand, Vincent Ripp. DELTA KAPPA Row l-William Strand, James Mayer, David Eugen, Gordon Ferg, David Ziech, Clayton Egeness. Row 2 William Crandall, Lawrence Roberts, Kenneth Etzelmueller, Roger Krans, John Horn. Row 3-Thomas Gurrie, Allen Siebel, Thomas Hamilton, Gordon Barnwell. 76 Row l-Robert Niendorf, Francis Gombar, Richard Litzler, Barry Pufahl, Jim Schaefer. Row Z-Monie Bluske, LaVeme Langer, Howard Schlueta', Clarence Colombe. Row 3-Sigmund Kolano, Robert Arndt, Joseph Monday, James Thayer, Lawrence Domacher. DELTA KAPPA xi? 6; Row 1-Keene Warren, Dick Rurey, Jim May'er, Duane Peterson, Laverne Langer. Row 2 Larry Roberts, Bill Crandall, Dick Olsen, Dick Litzler, Jim Schaefer. Row 3-Sig Kolano, Jack Kaepemick, A1 Siebel, Jack Phipps, Clark Pearson, Bob Bosman. 77 Lost? No! Spring Convention in Maryland Homecoming -Work in vain? A pinning shower! 78 Row l-David Kaakenson, president,- Leon Hermsen, sponsor,- Richard Hanks, vice-president. Row Z-Gerald Hagen, treasurer; Donald Kalscheur, secretary. PHI CHI EPSILON Phi Chi Epsilon is the oldest and first-orgcm- ized fraternity on the Whitewater campus, be- ing founded in 1921. Now, as in each of the thirty-nine years it has been on campus, Phi Chi boasts extensive participation in most campus or- ganizations, social as well as scholastic. Many informal parties were held throughout the year. Among them were the annual Christ- mas party, the winter formal at Beulah Beach, and the spring formal at the Cambridge Country Club on May 21. Two of our members, Dave Camplin and Hank Hornburg, were named to Who's Who. Phi Chi sponsor the annual "Mr. Ugly" contest at homecoming. Other activities the fraternity participated in were intramural sports and col- lege bowling, the fraternity fielding two teams in each sport. The officers for the year were David Haaken- son, president; Richard Hanko, vice-president; Donald Ksalscheur, secretary; and Gerald Hag- an, treasurer. Mr. Leon Hermsen is the group sponsor. "Mr. Ugly," Larry Davis 79 3 Row l-Vemon McCarthy, Ronald Stapelmann, Gerald Lindas, Wallace Featherston. Row 2-Wayne Trumbower, Lawrence Bradley, Gerald Cimarosti, Clifr ford Slachowski, John Burns. Row 3-Neil Rolli, David Camplin, David Purdy, Charles Crary. PHI CHI EPSILON Row l-Robert Cohn, Joseph Feest, David Timm, David Petersen, Richard Kal'cheur. Row Z-James Silk, Richard Dose, Robert Onson, Jerome Paulin. Row 3--Terrence Shea, Bruce Brock, Jerome Karrison, Larry Amend, Ronald Olson. 80 Row I Edward Morkin, Ronald Hassell, David Hassell, John Gesserr, Francis Landi, Row Z-Gerald Fisher, Robert Staniszewski, Thomas Schmidlkofer, Norman Chilton. Row 3-Eugene Wick, Kenneth Woidner, Bruce Davis. PHI CHI EPSILON Row l-Tom Kumlin, Bill Hrasky, John Nielsen, Richard Hron. Row 2-Dick Kromenaker, Roger Kuhnke, Charles Roth, Gene Tepp, Ron Klug. Row 3- Lee Gans, John Pors, John Zboja, Bill Beecher. 5717K MUIAS ..,, H'h One of the house decorations that did not get ruined. He really is not that "ugly" is he? 82 What's going on here? The five "lovely" ladies of Homecoming. What happened boys? 83 Row 1 John Mossberg, Donald Berendsen, Sianley Drumm, John Nelson. Row 2-Harlan Fausch, Glen Cesario, William Schmitz. Row 3-Edward Schwartz, PHI SIGMA EPSILON Row 1 Brian McMahon, John Nelson, Rudolph Wieland, Salvatore Ritacca, John Ganoung, Joseph Ehren. Row 2--Horace Wooster, David Gjesion, Thomas Collins, Don Woelfel, Jack Hipke. Row 3-Steven Elbert, Wayne Weishaar, Robert Schweers, James Dehler. 84 Phi Sigma Epsilon is a social fraternity and has among its moior activites a fraternity formal, an annual Christmas party and social gatherings once a month. The Phi Sig's are also active in in- tramural activities. PhiSigmo Epsilon is led by Dave Casper, president; James Schoemer, vice-presidenf; Ron- ald Gessl, treasurer; Lawrence Rinn, secretary; and Wayne Owens, recording secretary. Mr. Klumb is the group advisor. Row l-Joe Herro, president; Carl Vanderlin, sponsor; Ralph Rsniemicki, vice-president. Row ZeDave Anderson, treasurer; Jim Brown, secretary. SIGMA TAU GAMMA Sigma Tau Gamma, a social fraternity on campus, enioyed a very active year. The activi- ties of the Sig Tau's included the candy sale for Mother's Day, intramural sports, varsity sports, and participation in stunt night. The major social event of the year was the Rose Dance which was held at Beulah Beach. Carol Kohlmetz reigned over the event as the Rose Queen. Other social activities of the group included pledge dances, a Christmas party for seniors, the qnnual Spring Formal, and social gatherings each month. As a service activity, the Sig Tau's conducted a drive for "Care." Row l-James Brinelli, Kenneth Granik, Donald Bullamore, Charles Pollack, Dennis Fitzpatrick, Harold Notdentoft. Row Z-James Weiss, Roger Kerkman, Ned Perri, Gerald Christiansen, Dale Huebner, Row 3-Joseph Herro, Kenneth Neumann, David Spies, John Boylan, James Eberhardt, Roger Johnson. SIGMA TAU GAMMA Row l-James Balker, Gerald Weir, Earl Allen, Norman Wood, Richard Scott, James Hoppe. Row 2-John Holfoxd, Bud Latham, Herbert Sinnen, Earl Grupe, Dennis Ladwig. Row 3-Allen Harding, Donald Lund, Gerald Zelkowski, Ila nnnscher. 87 Row lehyllis Lillevold, Rose Marie Lefebvre, Faye Scott, Janet Runkle, Julie Schwertfeger, Mary O'Connell, Helen Kayser, Karen Frankie. Row 2-Ann DeCosler, Elsie Plak, Jeanine Bruecher, Delores Lauersdorf, Helen Bohman, Mary Radloif, James A. Pelegrin. Row kDonna Buchholz, James Schoemer, John R. Schillak, Donald VandeSand, Robert Thompson, Carol Thiers. PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi is an honorary scholastic frater- nity for Business Education students and is rep- resented by the Psi chapter on the Whitewater campus. The organization has chapters in the leading Business Education teacher training in- stitutions throughout the United States. Member- ship is limited to juniors and seniors who have a 'B" average or above. Transfer students must attend the college for three semesters before they are eligible. Heading this year's activities was the publi- cation of the college directory and supplement, which contains the names, addresses, phone 88 numbers and home towns of students and fac- ulty members at the college. William Crandall received the Pi Omega Pi Plaque awarded to the freshman maintaining the highest grade point in Business Education. The annual banquet honoring graduating seniors of Pi Omega Pi was held in the spring at LaGronge Manor. The officers for the year were Hadley Horn- burg, president; Jim VandeSand, vice-president; Darlene Strand, secretary; Joan Vreeland, treas- urer; and LaVerne Carlson, historian. Mr. Henry M. Collins is the faculty advisor. Row l-Dariene Strand-Secretary; Joan Vreeland-Treasurer; La- Verne Carlson-Historiant Row ZeHank Homburg-President; Jim VandeSand-Vice-President. Row l-Joyce Cramer, Sally Walter, Mary Wesemann, Celene Hilkin. KAPPA Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary education fra- ternity which is open to all students enrolled in education. To become members of Kappa Delta Pi, iuniors have to have an over-all grade point of 2.2, and seniors to have an over-all grade point of 2.0. Officers elected for the 1959-60 school year were George McKilligan, president; Mary Clunie, vice-president; Karol Schroeder, secretary; Mary Ann Smoody, treasurer; and Richard Kues- ter, historian. Mr. Reuben Klumb is the advisor. ow l-Carol Schroeder, Mary Clunie, Mary Smoody. Row 2-Mr. Klumh, Richard Kuester, George McKilligin. Row Z-Eileen Schmidt, Judy Ohlgarl, Judy Goessling. Row 3-David Camplin, DELTA PI The chapter again sponsored the annual Freshman Honor Tea for all sophomores in the elementary and academic curriculums who made honors for their freshman year. This was held at the Student Union. Dr. Kathryn Utz spoke to the group on her Brazilian experiences. The spring initiation banquet was held at the Blackhawk Hotel in Fort Atkinson. Dr. Karp of the Bethesda Lutheran Home in Watertown was the guest speaker. Row l-Grace Machut, Marvel Calvert, Darlene Kapp, Beverly Boullard, Karen Gilbertson, Carol Schoenemann. Row 2--Dr. Meyer, John Kenna, Tom Zurkowski, Craig Herbert, Judy Ohlgart. Row 3eRoger Zimmerman, Charles Rust, Michael Myszewski. BETA ZETA BETA Membership in Beta Zeta Beta is gained through a moior interest in biology and a rank in the top half of the class. Its maior purpose is to extend the interests and activities of biology be- yond the classroom. Sponsor of this organization is the Biology Department, with Dr. Henry Meyer as its ad- visor. 90 Beta Zeta Beta meets every first and third Wednesday. The members participate in student programs, projects, and group trips to places of interest. Their main social event is a spring pic- nlc. The officers for the school year 1959-60 are: President, Michael Myzewski; Secretary-Treas- urer, Judy Ohlgart; and Historian, Gloria West- phal. Beta Alpha Sigma is a fairly new organization on the Whitewater campus, this being its second year. It is open to all students interested in busi- ness. The purpose of the organization is to acquaint business and industry with our College and to acquaint club members with career possibilities. The actvities for the year included a number of field trips to businesses, and hearing speakers from various business fields. The elected officers were Dean Beischel, pres- ident; Howard Marousek, vice-president; Phyllis Cronin, secretary; and John Gessert, treasurer. Dr. Jay M. Greene is the sponsor. BETA ALPHA SIGMA Row l-Glenda Miller, James Schaefer, Earl Grupe, Richard Rurey, Michael Skogsiad, Marjorie Kelly. Row 2-Thomas McMenomy, Vern Gillis, Cuttis Klade, Richard Olson, John Wagner. Row 3-Larry Roberts, Al Siebel, Douglas Marquardt, Ken Etzelmueller. 91 V 1 Row l-Miss Edna Sorber, Adviser; John Gessen, Beverly Drumm, Judy Ohlgart. Row Z-Rus Slicker, Dean Twist, Mary Mills, Diana Pedersen, LeRoy Dibble, President Williams. Pl KAPPA DELTA Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary forensic fraternity represented by Wisconsin Epsilon chapter on the Whitewater campus for 17 years. The fraternity sponsors intercollegiate partici- pation in both oratory and debate by promoting tournaments and recognizing worthy participa- tion in such events with chapter membership. Among the social activities of the group is 92 the annual spring banquet and the fall picnic. Pi Kappa Delta meets on the first Monday of each month. Dr. Brown, debate coach and Dr. Edna Sorber are the chapter sponsors. Officers for the past year were: President, Rus Slicker; Vice-President, Dean Twist; Secretary-Treasurer, Marshall Gilliland and Recording Secretary, Le- Roy Dibble. Row l-Donald Berendsen, Caryle Western, Joan Scott, Janet Pfleger, John Ganoung. Row 2-Dr. Vrieze, Marilyn Hunt, Beverly Densch, Mary Frank. Row 3-Sandra Munchow, Herbert Ellis, Donna Buchholz. THETA ALPHA PHI Theta Alpha Phi is a national honorary dromatics fra- ternity on our campus. To be eligible a student must have participated and shown an active interest in the college dramatic productions. The Delta chapter's main obiect is to further creativeness and interest in the arts of the theatre at WSC. lts many activities throughout the year demonstrate this. An all school one-act play contest in December and a series of one-act plays developed active interest and new talents. The club also sponsored square dancing and play reading on Sunday evenings. The officers for 1959-60 are: Don Berendsen, presi- dent; Richard Scharine, vice-president; and Donna Buch- holz, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Jack W. Vrieze is the spon- sor. This year the group sponsored a puppet show, "The Wizard of Oz", presented by the Reed Marionettes of Delevan. Each fall and spring a new group of pledges is initiated. A banquet is held after each initiation. Parties, trips to conventions, and various other events made the year com- plete. 93 Row 1-Donald Smith, Bill Hrasky, Arthur Bohm, Bill Tranter, Bill Wetherall, Charles Patten, Bob James. Row Z-Ronald Moore, John Kierstyn, Dale Spencer, Bob Biege, Michael Anderson, Fred Goodsir. Row 3-Roy Hunter, Roy Ustby, Bob Klitzkie, Melvin Wild, Dave Burton. VET'S CLUB ' On the WSC campus there is teamwork be- tween the Army and Navy and all other bran- ches of service. The Vets Club membership is made up of persons who have served at least ninety days active duty in any of the armed ser- vices or have honorable separation because of disability. The Vets Club is a very active group. Among their activities are two basketball teams, two bowling teams, and two softball teams. This year they are sponsoring the Campus Confu- sion, the annual aIi-school boxing and wrestling show. They have taken an active part in the homecoming activities. As a special service activity, the Vets Club aids the local Kiwanis Club in the Amateur Night ticket sale. They have a Veterans Affairs Committee designed to keep members up to date on matters concerning veterans. The Vets Club is equally active socially. They held their annual Christmas party, yearly ban- 94 quet, and Valentine's party in addition to smok- ers throughout the year. The group advisor is Dr. James Hellie. Offi- cers for the past year were: President, Jerry Nel- son; Vice-President, Dick Kuester; Secretary, James Schwentner; Treasurer, David Woods; and Sorgeant-at-Arms, Donald Schoenhaar. Row lnGerald Nelson, President; Dr. James Hellie, Sponsor; Richard Kuester, Vice President. Row 2-James Schwentner, Secretary,- Donald Schoenhaar, Sergeant-at-Arms; David Woods, Treasurer. Row l-Jerry Paulin, Frank Gombar, Birney J. Davis, Pat McCarthy, Richard Sawyer, Jack Shepard, Jim Kissinger. Row 2-Charlie Roth, Clayton Selbach, Jule Willems, Rodger Kuhnke, Howard Schroeder, Ralph Fenske. Row 3-Tony Deichl, Don Petersen, J. J. Holford, L. J. Lisowski, Paul Rich. VETS CLUB Row l-Allen Neumann, LeRoy Peterson, Walter Mclntyxe, James H. Bunzeh, Jerome K. Weinhold, Micheal R. Wunsch, David Hassell. Row Z-Allan Harding, Jim Voss, John C. Pors, Dick Parsens, LeRoY Dibble, James W. Sommers. Row 3-James Schwentner, Richard Dunham, Jerry McCarthy, Gordon Barnwell, Donald B. Schoenhaar. 95 HTHLETICE The wave of students which had thun- dered in the stadium flows swiftly acress Graham Street and into the Un- ion, forming eddies and Whirlpools of exeitement in its welcoming halls. . . . We've borne the glitter and froth of both victories and detects through the Union's doors this year, and one pearl of great price-a championship! L upu-u-nuunaan G a 53:3 w V 9 13 w ,1 1' 4, ;, .4 H 1. $, $56 8; Row I-Vince Ripp, Les Nesbit, Marv Paitrick, Hal Nordentott, Dave Spies, Roger Kerkman, Dale Huebner, Myron Paymer, Dale Hokkanen, Keene Warren, Bruce Bennett, Coach Perkins. Row Z-Gerald Asmann, Jerry Paulin, Dave Nordemoh, Dick Lueck, John Brosteau, Bill Conklin, Roger Johnson, Chuck Coulthart, Jerry Christiansen, Don Schoenhaar, Assistant Coach Rex Foster. FOOTBALL The Warhawks brought the Wisconsin State College conference championship to Whitewater with a perfect 6-0 record in conference play. A non-conference opponent, Carroll College, defeated the champs in the first game of the sea- son by a score of 33-12. This taught the team two valuable lessons: they would have to play the entire sixty minutes of every game and their pass defense would have to improve. River Falls fell victim to a powerful White- water offense in the first conference game. Roger Johnson steered the team to a 34-14 tri- umph, throwing two touchdown passes. Platteville didn't get off the ground at all in the second game. It was soundly beaten 47-0. 98 Hal Nordentott scored three of the Warhawk touchdowns. A rally in the third period of play against Oshkosh pulled this game out of the fire. The Warhawks scored thirty points in the last two periods to win 47-17. From this point on, La- Crosse was the only team to share the top spot with Whitewater. Sevens Point managed only three points in the fourth conference game and dropped it 19-3. Chuck Coulthart was the offensive sparkplug, scoring two touchdowns. It was in this game that Whitewater's great center guard, Vince Ripp, was shelved for the remainder of the seas- son with a dislocated shoulder. Row 3-John Boylan, Tony Deichl, Larry Davis, Ron Weis, Dave Poisl, Jim Eberhardi, Sig Kolano, Bernard Wojtaszek, Jim Clark, Assistant Coach Schwagsr. Row 4-Chuck Kolstad, Pete Wahlen, Pete Madden, Bill Davis, Delos Craig, Dick Ladwig, Reynold Kaichenago, Bob Hauser, Ron Anion, Assistant Coach Carl Polacak. Managers-Bill Barribeau, Ed Meister, Jim Beistle. CHAMPIONS FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS W Whitewater LaCrosse Superior Milwaukee wW-M Stevens Point Oshkosh Planeville Eau Claire River Falls Stout -'-'-'OIO-HONOO-l ownwmuwwwo mkbxxwww-t-ao... .T. S o h g a ,n . K. H s, Y o b 0 N Where did The ball go? : 3333 SKEW a Hams m 1:61:th Dirty business Exuberanf fans began celebrating Whifewafer's championship It isn't a greased pole ius'r a goal post Who's got The ball? T! If looks could kill, where would everyone be now? 1959-60 BASKETBALL STATISTICS W.S.C. WHITEWATER Team Re- Name Pos. FGA FGM Avefk FTA FTM Ave. Points Ave. Fouls bounds Fisher F 434 181 .394 128 82 .640 444 21.09 72 149 Leipold G 246 117 .447 101 58 .575 292 13.80 71 84 Luecke F 125 71 .552 47 31 .660 173 12.35 36 86 G 154 61 .396 36 24 .666 146 8.12 38 43 C 124 49 .395 53 27 .509 125 6.57 48 152 Plaffs F80 97 45 .444 18 10 .556 100 4.76 20 39 Messner F 66 32 .484 30 14 .467 78 4.88 33 93 Steffen G 72 28 .389 18 12 .666 68 5.23 12 24 Miller F 52 29 .568 14 9 .643 67 3.93 15 31 Schmeling G 59 22 .356 29 18 .621 62 3.1 39 57 Schadewald C 53 18 .340 26 13 .500 49 3.77 17 60 Tyggum Cassidy Wedeward F 17 7 .417 13 8 .615 22 2.00 14 18 Lev F 26 11 .424 0 0 .000 22 4.40 11 22 Lund G 3 .375 0 O .000 6 1.14 5 9 Tesch F 10 3 .300 5 O .000 6 2.00 8 Wescotf F 3 .750 O O .000 6 6.00 1 O Hahn G 3 1 .333 O 0 .000 2 2.00 O 0 Totals 1550 681 .4235 518 306 .590 1668 79.5 435 875 1Does not include The game played aT Milton. Whitewater's Leading Scorer, J. P. Fisher 104 Tm: Don't shoot! I want it. How about putting it in for Whitewater. You used To, you know. Back up! You missed The basket. Row l-Carl Tyggum, Ken Leipold, Dave Cassidy, Mat! Messner, J. P. Fisher. Row Z-Jon Plans, Loren Miller, Paul Schadewald, Sam Lev. Row 3-Ken Schmeling, Don Lund, Joe Steffen, Coach Weigandt. A BASKETBALL The Whitewater Worhawks, rebounding from a few lean years in the State College conference moved up four notches on the SCC ladder to sixth place with o 5-7 record. In competition as a whole, the Warhawks fared even better, fin- ishing with a 12-9 record. Coach Bob Weigandt's cagers started strong with on 82-63 shellacking of Beloit, followed by a 62-59 victory over Elmhurst. Jim Fisher scored 30 points against Beloit and 21 against Elmhurst. Carroll College dealt the Worhowks their first setback the following night, 65-60. Fisher again topped the squad with 24 points. The first conference match sow Whitewater go over the century mark against Stevens Point, 106-69. Four players hit 20 points or more - Ken Leipold with 24, Fisher and Ron Luecke with 22, and Carl Tyggum with 20 points. The fourth non-conference game ended with the Worhowks having the sweet taste of re- venge by beating Carroll College in on overtime contest, 75-73. Fisher netted 30 points for the second time in the young season, and Tyggum added 1 1. Milwaukee defeated the Warhowks in the second conference outing, 90-74. Fisher and Tyg- gum again led the Warhawks, with 12 points apiece. 106 In the fifth non-conference game, Fisher with 19 points and Paul Schadewuld with 15 led the team to its sixth victory of the season, a 99-53 win over Lakeland. Stout College narrowly defeated the War- hawks in the third conference game. Luecke took his turn at leading the squad with 24 points. Leipold and Fisher scored 16 and 14 points re- spectively. Northern Illinois of DeKaIb took the next game from the Warhawks, 81-71. Luecke again led the team, scoring 18 points. On the follow- ing night, St. Norbert's Green Knights went home after being outscored, 85-68, at Hamil- ton Gym. Luecke led the scoring with 22 points, his fourth time at the head of the pack. Milton lost the first game of the annual home and home series, 63-57, in or tight defensive bat- tle. Fisher led the way for the Warhawks with 24 points. Paced by Ron Dibelius, former Marquette star who collected 34 points, the Oshkosh Titans rallied in the second half to win, 97-91. Fisher hit his season high of 38 points. Dave Cassidy followed with 18 points for the Warhawks. Platteville turned back the Worhowks, 93-76, to close out the first two months of the season. Luecke led his mates with 22 points. Leipold and Jon Platts counted 16 and 14 points respectively. This was the last game for Luecke and reserve Bob Tesch, who were declared scholastically in- eligible after the semester finals. They were sorely missed during the remainder of the sea- son. Luecke had led his mates in scoring in five games. A balanced scoring attack failed as Stevens Point defeated the Warhawks, 91-80. Fisher net- ted 29, Joe Steffen had 11, and Matt Messner and Schadewald added 10 apiece to the losing cause. "might have taken this game, but the team wasn't use to playing without the height it previously had with Luecke in there," Weigandt in analyzing the loss of one his key men. "The boys needed iust one game to get used to play- ing without him," he continued. Probably the biggest upset and the best show- ing of the season occurred when the Warhawks thoroughly trounced league leading Milwaukee, 70-55. Milwaukee had invaded Hamilton Gym with a perfect 8-0 record in conference play, but Leipold with 27 points and Fisher with 17 led the way to their first setback. Cassidy and Messner showed tremendous rebounding pow- er, gathering in 30 rebounds, only six less than the entire Milwaukee team. Superior was the next victim and succumbed to Whitewater, 90-75. Fisher once again led the team with 31 points, followed by Leipold with 21. The third straight victory and the eleventh of the season came against River Falls, 91-54. Fish- er netted 30 points to lead the Warhawks for the twelfth ime. He was followed by Leipold with 29. This was the fifth time Fisher had soored 30 or more points in a game. Victory number twelve came at the hands of Milton. The 70-58 triumph capped a four straight winning streak. Leipold with 27 points, Fisher with 23, and Steffen wth 12 counted all but eight of the 70 points. Ron Dibelius once again played the nemesis by dumping in 37 points and helping Oshkosh to an 87-78 triumph. Leipold paced the War- hawks for the fourth time with 20 markers. Sam Lev and Cassidy contributed 14 each to the los- ing cause. Platteville took its second encounter with the Warhawks 90-84. The big guns for the War- hawks were Leipold and Fisher once again, with 26 and 18 points respectively. Steffen hit for 16 points. "The early season injury to Don Lund hurt us quite a bit due to his ability to spark the team with those few needed points at crucial points during the ballgame," stated Weigandt. Special mention was given to Cassidy, who did a tremendous defensive iob throughout the last month. 1'1 also have to name Fisher and Lei- pold along with freshman Joe Steffen, who came into his own toward the end of the season," said Weigandt when asked about his offense. "I feel that the entire team did a very commen- dable iob, and next year we should be on top of the league." 1 A Warhawk in action Row l--Jim Brown, Jim Britteli, Joe Herro, Marvin Paitrick, Keene Warren, Jim Weiss, Harry Nordentoit. Row Z-Rudy Wieland, Ned Perri, Sig Kolano, Jim Thayer, James Beistle, Bob Bosman. Row 3.-John Brosteau, Ilo Rauscher, Norm Wood, Don Lund, Ralph Reniewicki, Jim Eberhardt. Row 4-David Hanneman, Jerry Zolkowski, J. P. Fisher, John Boylan, Richard Kuester. W CLUB Anyone who has earned a letter in men's Officers of the group are Roger Johnson, sports is eligible to become a member of the W president; Roger Kerkman, vice-president; Chuck Club. Coulthart, treasurer; Dave Spies, secretary. Mr. Edgar Schwager is the sponsor. One of the major activities of the W Club is the operation of the refreshment stand at all home sports events during the year. The pro- ceeds of these sales are donated to the athletic scholarship fund. Other activities of the group include the sale of textbook covers during registration, the spon- sorship of "Dads Day" at one of the toll football games, and the awarding of 'iWarhawk of the Week" honors to outstanding varsity athletes. The maior social activity of the organization is the annual trip to one of the Braves baseball games in the spring. Chuck CoulhartmTreasurer; Roger Kerkman-Vice President. 108 Ann Winger, Carol Kohlmetz, Donna Johnson, Karen Seider, Kathy Voss, Janet Dettmering CHEERLEADERS The Cheerleading squad for the i959 - 60 school year consisted of three sophomores and four freshmen. Returning for their second year were Carol Kohlmetz, Whitewater; Bonnie Hoes- sly, West Allis; and Janet Dettmering, Mukwon- ago. Freshmen cheerleaders were Ann Winger, Oconomowoc; Kathy Voss, Lake Geneva; Donna Johnson, Janesville; and Karen Seider, Plymouth. Helen Froehlke, Elkhorn, was a cheerleader the first semester. Homecoming is usually the busiest time of the year for the cheerleaders. They select the Klumb Girl, 0 girl outstanding for scholarship, leadership, participation in extro-curriculor ac- tivities, and good aII-oround character. The Klumb Girl this year was Delores Timm. . The cheerleaders' main project is to pass out programs at all of the athletic events. Plans are in the making for new cheerleading outfits next year. Mr. Klumb is the faculty sponsor. 109 Row l-Nancy Courtice, Miss Goodhue, Myra Mame. Row ZeEileen Schmidt, Karen Worden, Irene Altenburg. WAA Does anyone care for a game of basketball, a swimming party, or a game of ping pong? If you want championship athletic activities, the girls in the Womans Athletic Association will be your answer. Other activities of the group include the pro- motion of intramural and individual sports for women, sponsorship and attendance at intercol- legiate play days, on annual Christmas party, a Halloween party and an annual spring ban- quet. At the spring banquet the presentation of awards is made to deserving members. As one of its main activities, WAA sponsors the annual Stunt Night in which all school organ- izations participate with original skits. Trophies are presented to championship and 110 all-star teams, and to individuals winning chom- pionships in individual and dual sports. Pins and sweatshirts are awarded for maior and minor awards. As a special service activity, money is collect- ed each year to buy Christmas gifts for some deserving charitable organization. This year the gifts went to the Southern Wisconsin Colony and Training School at Union Grove, Wisconsin. WAA meets on the second and fourth Tues- day of each month. The group is sponsored by Miss Goodhue, Mrs. Greene and Miss Kehias. Officers for this year were as follows: Myra Monte, president; Nancy Courtice, Vice-presi- dent; Eileen Schmidt, secretory; Irene Altenburg, treasurer; Karen Worden, Royal Purple reporter. Row l-Lois Zarnstorff, Allie Scott, Rose Soldner, Jeanne Guelig, Peggy Mossholder, Judith Buss. Row Z-Mary Sternilzky, Irene Riedl, Virginia Ehren, Virginia Apfelbeck, Donna Bartz. Row 3-Joan Johnson, Carolyn Stuntebeck, Jean Sholls, Beverly Kraby. Row 1-Donna Petersen, Conalee Calhoon, Lexie Horlick, Marilyn Utzinger, Mary Ann Vehxs. Row Z-Mary Olson, Barbara Stafeil, Beverly Dxumm, Rose- mary Sell. Row 3-Carol Hubbard, Mary Ellen Pen, Carol Swanson. 111 Row 1 Colleen Ryan, Karen Gilbertson, Betty Schoechert, Barbara Soltis, Carole Hagan, LaVerne Carlson, Judy Boltz. Row 2 Barbara Benle, Bonnie Halvorsen, Mary Ann Smoody, Helen Henning, Lillian Weinbrecher, Mary Mullowney. Row 3-Peggy Gadwill, Phyllis Cronin, Nancy Johnson, Maris Oelstrom, Sandralee DeSombre. Stunt Night is an annual event That brings out campus talent. 112 Disabled Vets-Clayion Selbach, John Kieriyn, Art Bohm, Ron Moore, Vets-Robert Thompson, Jim Nelson, Jack Sheppard, Jim Minucci, Dale Spencer. Dick Kuester. MEN'S BOWLING Cardinals Rudy Wieland, Jim Dehler, Don Berendsen, Don Woelfel, Splinters-Bob Witczak, Don Rychlak, Bob Schlegel, Bruce McKinney, Dave Gjeston. Bill Schellpfeffer. 113 $3 $ Srrickers John Zobja, Darwin Finck, John Meissner, Roger Trombino, Phi Chis-Larry Amend, Ed Morkin, Terry Shea, Pat McCarthy, Jerry Tom Eichman. Hagen. Sig Taus-Ken Granik, Bob Hagen, Jerry Weir, Roger Johnson, Jim Faculty-Reuben Klumb, Henry Meyer, James Hellie, Frank Weiss. Senise, Clay DaggetL caww DK's Roger Krans, Don Vanda Sand, Dean Beischel, Bob Bosman, Cherry Pickers-Bruce Ekdhal, Cedric Anderson, Lynn Jacobs, Bob Zingler, Ken Pohl. Ken Etzelmueller. FeeChees-Don Kalscheur, Jerry Cimarosti, Dave Haakenson, Bud Bradley, Jim Silk. With all That face work he should get a strike! 115 Joyce Jerabek, Beverly Drumm, Lois Zarnsiorff, Jeanne Brunette Butchie Sell, Marlene Egstad, Rita Nolmer, Donna Petersen WOMEN'S Nancy Lapp, Carol Ann Gila, Nancy Spry, Claudette Peterson Susan Schill, Joyce Schnitger, Nancy Pierner, Darlene Teuber! Mary Monroe, Judi Garens, Marlene Denzer, Celeste Anderson Gail Tripp, Jeanine Bruecher, Julie Gray, Betty Hutchinson Carolyn Simdon, Sandee Fasano, Kathryn Barry Carol DeBock, Jane Marquardt, Beiiy Martens, Mary Lou Deis! " Julie Schwerifeger, Sandra Pursel, Barbara Bruce Judy Frank, Mary Hoppe, Barbara Wasgien, Carol Kohls BOWLING Gayle Meyers, Judy Kohlmeyer, Judy O'Heam, Bonnie Halvorsen Carol Kohlmetz, Jackie Gallup, Jan Trumpy Sue James, Martha Stevenson, Jean Dammann, Elsie Ptak Sharon Kaupanger,Jane1 Dettmering,Mary Jo Helfer!,BeHe Cunningham Our'new Student Union is one of many evidences that the well-being and de- velopment of the student is a constant e concern of the College Administration, In cooperation with the Board of State College Regents, planning and work- ing long hours to make the Union a reality, the Administration has given us the opportunity for a still richer and more varied college life. Miss COM FORBUSH Dean of Women DR. CLAYTON DROULLARD Dean of Men DR. ISAAC Solruuvxruk Dircrlor, Student Personnel DR. CORD 0. Wicms Dean of Instructimz Registrar DR. ROBERT KlassrzL Dirertur 0f Busincm Edumliml 11ml Business Administration DR. ADOLF VVIN'l'ul-1R D irecl 07', Laboratory School WYNETT BARNETT WILLIAM BECK FRANK BAER G JANETTE Bow P. BLUMENFELD J MARIE BENSON ALBERTA CHRISTEN STITH CAIN RICHARD BROWN MRS. MYN COE HENRY COLLINS CATHERINE CROSSMAN $hih I CLAY DAGGETT HENRY DEVVIND VVESLEY EARP ROBERT EDISON DAVID EVANS JEAN FERGUSON FAYIC FOLLOVVICLL CORRIM: FORSTICR REX FOSTER JEAN FRANK Iosuru GOLD FLORENCE GOODHU c DONALD GRAHAM VIRGIL GRAHAM PAUL GRANT V1 WW??? MRS. ALYCE GRICINE JAY GREENE JOHN HEIDE MW g 1 gm . 3.2333? 1 wuhggm a ,m Naugguy 13:21 $mx113Q1-li-ng . :13 JAMES HELLIE LEON HERMSEN DOROTHY Hoon CARL JOHNSON EUGENE KAUCKI RLING E MARVIN KETT ROBERT KESSEL S STRATEWULA KEHIA Riv, , x ,1ban; ' AM a A:5?'.ML HUGO LAHTI E KOEPPEN GRAC BEN KLUMB REU BERTHA LEFLER MILTON LEVIN MRS. MAXINE LAHTI EDWARD MORGAN CHARLES MORPHEW MRS. MARGARET MUELLER REGINALD NASH MIRIAM PAPE FORREST PERKINS GLADYS PETERSEN RUDOLPH PRUCHA OLIVE REEVE EVERETT REFIOR DOROTHY REMP STUART RICH DAVID SAUNDERS MRS. JEANNE SCHMUNK PAUL SCHMUNK MILDRED SCHULTZE EDGAR SCHWAGER 5 Z E T w m U A mu T m T Wm m n M T R R A E TO K m A E N B m U S m H M S N N F m m w E A TJ A V X ang Z T M R M A o m S N T E W S K N H mm M . H F m C M JOHN VIOLETTE ES VAUTROT IUL CARL VANDERLIN EIGANDT ROBERT W EZE 2K VRI 1M N TREBRA V0 T J AL N WUTTI RICHARD WOLLIN STUDENTS The students who have Filled the new Union with their voices through- out this tirst year of its existence have been as surely its architects and builders as the men who fash- ioned its walls. Drown into new ways of compusliving by the Un- ion's structure and facilities, they have in turn given the Union the warmth and color which is on essen- tial part of its developing character. ' a , m .14.; z, , ' w 1v n mi Row 1 Bonnie La Paika, Wally Reimer, Kathy Voss, Bridget Gregory, Hazel Koenen, Sandy Jacobson, Joyce Ruef, Arlene Paymer, Cheryl Dahl, Sara Conway, Carolyn Klein. Row 2 Janet Reetz, Carol Phelps, Diana Fairiield, Maxine Liszewski, Sandra Muelver, Mary Lou von Falkenstein, Patricia Charles, Kathy Karlsen, Judy Ludwig. Row 3-Karen Hapke, Aaron Clifton, Michael Glowaicki, John Kazariian, Ray Hallet, Bruce McKinney, Tom Boll, Dave Kaempfer, Joe Tenpenney. Row 4-Mike Fuller, Jim Hron, Bob Hauser, Michael R. Neupezt, Rolland Propsi, Ron Moore, William L. DuBord, Darvin Finck. Row S-Melvin E. Wild, Dave Herman, Rodney Young, Pete Jacobs, Tom Eichman, Gene Vincent. Row kFrancis Brennan, Edwin Schultz, Ned Rolston, FRESHMEN Row 1-Karen Fehling, Mary Alice Becker, Carol Klockow, Roxanne Kovars, Carole Allen, Mary Tisler, Mary Shannon, Susan Dunn. Row 2 Carol Gallagher, Judie Patch, Mary Ann Vehrs, Barb Hyland, Zita Leeser, Lorena Coburn, Mary Jean Baehler, Theresa Vose. Row 3 Sharon Late, Karen Mehlberg, Karen Bartolameolli, Helen Hardin, Shelly Tremelling, Judy Krueger, Judy Schmahl, Jane Weiss. Row 4-James McGlee, Gerald Volhard, Richard Edwardson, Terry Herming, Roy M. Endres, Allen C. Albrecht, Dale Spencer, Brian Kichefski. Row S-Bruce H. Patrick, Reynold Katchenago, Eugene Meier, Russell Logemann, Fritz Jacobs, Michael J. Kearns. Row G-John Lenaas, Joe Brihelli, Peter Bartelt, Ron Brandi. 134 Row l-Roberta Fee, Ann Winger, Rachel Wyszynski, Grace Wendt, Merrillan Meurer. Row 2-Janice Wege, Anne McDermoH, Mary Ann Parker, Lorna Cox, Isabel Stidham, Judith Knurr, Joan Rubbo, Ila Henriksen. Row 3-Phi1 Vogel, Dennis Conway, Dale Volberding, Max Cushman, John Feeney, Wil- liam Voss. Row 4-James Knurr, Tom Johnson, LaVem Krueger, Dave Hahn, Joseph Cronick. Row 5-James Dolisier, Edward Raelher, Thomas Gamroth. FRESHMEN u Row l-Barbara Haste, Lois Hughes, Mary Roach, Sandy Bruss, Caiherine Christison, Cecile Bertrand, Karen Eberhardy, Judy Draeger, Margie Leonard, Patricia Eaton. Row 2-Bonnie Jacobs, Constance Peterson, Janet Schmocker, Barbara West, Kathy Clark. Row 3-Dick Heard, Ron Nelson, Jerry Neupert, Bob Jesse, La Moine Gullickson. Row 4-Bob Wolf, John Thurston, Malt Breaker, Bruce Gibson, Roger Polly, Bob Witczak. Row 5-Don Blask, Tom Schaffer, Jimmie Merrill, Ron Weiss, Monrico Lehneri, James Mitchell, John Schroeder. 135 'VOPCOOQ'. L a Row 1-Dellora Dyer, Laura Peterson, Eileen Gierach, Jean Minayoshi, Mary Olson, Linda Enloe, Linda Yao, Geraldine Kawaguchi. Row 2 Marion Reich, Sandra Weber, Rosemary Portas, Sandee Fasano, Mary Mullowney, Kathy Weink, Constance L. Peterson, Nancy Woodbury, Kathryn Reynolds. Row 3- Murray Nickolai, Alan Scott, Roger Myren, Glenn Babcock, John Willoughby, William Barribeau, Kenneth Pohl, Roger Klug, Peter A. Sheppard. Row P rhomas Engel, Don Rychlak, William Schellpfeifer, Charles Obligato, Jim Gregory, Richard Schafer, Terry M. Bopp. Row 5-Joe McMahan, Daniel Thompson. FRESHMEN Rcw L-Sarah Takayama, Irene Sela, Patricia Tagucki, Sharon Sickels, Sharon St. John, Marianne Schuenert, Penelope Garvey, Stephanie Thomas, Bonnie Radlke, Jane Scharine. Row 2-Sharon Milbrandt, Sharon Steinke, Betty Schneider, Arlene Scherrer, Janet Fleischiresser, Patricia Murphy, Judy Dixon, Lorena Henriksen, Nancy Borsl, Ann Scott. Row 3-Marilyn Hetzel, Sylvia Fadness, Nancy DeFries, Shannon Anderson, Karen Maurer, Pat Cieslukowski, Joseph Nuspl, Richard Alden, Dave Leack. Row 4-Charles Nelson, Ronald Jacobson, Harry Robbins, Calvin Walters, James Montgomery, Michael Brosteau, Marshall Stewart, Ronald Schmidt. Row 5-Stuart Shapiro, Bob Wojtkunski, George Sechner, Travis Middlestead, Danny Mounce, Walter Parienheimer, Ed Siert. 136 me mm mm mum we mgw Row 1 Judy Bauer, Carol Holrom, Ruth Ann Willis, Sandra Hjortland, Judy Athas, Judy Thayer, Judy Stone, Jackie Gallup, Carolyn Banker. Row 2... Lois Burthe, Arlis Van Laanen, Carol Gourlie, Lois Chase, Judy Buss, Louise Aplin, Judy Boltz, Phyllis Ames. Row 3 Charles Titus, Gram Beer, Joyce Klemp, Beverly Heinisch, Ruth Wilkening, Nancy Andrews, Helen Henning, Eileen VandeSand. Row 4 Joe Tkacz, Ken Westphal, Tom Haebig, Jim Chase, Roger Church, Bob Glitskie, Fred Banaszak, Al Miller. Row 5-Dave Fess, John McLean, Bill Orchard, Roger Polly, Cedric Anderson, Charles Vaughn, Joe Palmer. Row G-Nevin Farley. Ed O'Donnell, Don Thom, James Babcock, John Bernau, James Promenschenkel, James Sfobber. FRESHMEN mu Row l-Lani Banner, Diane Vanderhout, Mary Ann Schweitzer, Joy Hanke, Rachel Harlow, Karen Anderson. Row 2 Beverly Martens, Mona Trautman, Kathryn Barry, Patricia Muehl, Carole Johnson. Row 3-Liz Henkal, Bruce Humke, Terry Cummings, Ross Torsrud, Harry Miller. Row 4-Ralph Krueger, Dave Harder, Don Jones, Paul Haakenson, Leo Baker. Row 5-Lloyd Pulcer. 137 Row l-Rita Ritger, Kathy Asmann, Kathy Strom, Kathy Fons, Sue Odelburg, Kathleen Stronn, Bonnie Hawkins, Nancy Bolstad. Row Z-Joan Christie, Carol Mans, Kay Schultz, Mary Brunkow, Karen Friedland, Arvis Lindsey, Althea Mueller, Bonnie Uglow. Row 3-Rolland Nelson, James Hoffman, Wil- liam Wartenweiller, Claylon Selbach, Pete Madden, Tom Bunk, Tom Schmiiz. Row 4 Haven Ready, Joe O'Neill, John Hauser, Jim Schrank, Ron Anion, Duane Larson. FRESHMEN Row l-Judy Weidman, Diane Pills, Jean Messerschmidt, Elaine Dziedzic, Elaine Scholl, Janice Taylor, Marie Frodl, Beverly Huffman, Suellen Abraham. Row 2-Stephanie Snashall, Mary Augustine, Sharon Hedberg, Nancy Johnson, Elizabeth Orchard, Mary Host, Judith Brown, Dorothy Dunlavy. Row 3- Jim Manei, Steve Andersen, Robert Zingler, Gerard Young, Arthur Bohm, Tom Koch, Tom Dosemagen. Row 4-Robert Dyson, Michael Connell, Edward Schxoeder, Leroy Hoekman, Kenneth Wimer, Maurice Bjornesiap, Howard Czos chke, Kenneth Ebert. Row FP-John Hamann, Gordon Smith, Jerry Schwartzlow, Dean Martinez, Pexry Hellum, Bob Vanden Heuvel, Donald Ferguson. 138 Row 1 Rose1la Pann, Audrey Thompson, Linda Neu, Shirley Niemi, Donna Sheridan, Karen Beede, Carol House, Lynne Hudson, Donna Johnson, Patricia De Lisle. Row 2 Jeaneue Anderson, Mary Stute, Juliane Schallock, Kathy Graham, Judy Parichy, Kay Dickmann, Belly Ross, Carolyn Simdon, Judy Palmatier, Sandra Gaurkee. Row 3-Vicior Share, Donald Carpenter, Keith Miner, Karen Seider, Anion Ramminger, Carl Sisk, Barbara Scott, Judy Ross, Jill Loehndorf, Row 4-Lynn Stoecker, Bruce Boettcher, Richard Haney, Alfred Zanto, Richard A. Horn, Myron Allen, Lyle Lance, Jule Willems, Bruce Piddington. Row 5-Lee Heideman, Richard Sexton, John Kierstyn, Roger Horstman, Blythe Myers, Dan Bauer, John Meissner, Ronald Ghering. Row 6- John Dalton, Robert Geier, David Mucks, Michael Anderson, Steven Ingwell, Neil Wilson, William Tranter. FRESHMEN i Row l-Carol Ludtke, Muriel Higgins, Marie Mares, Catherine Reining, Carol Frey, Jean Sholls, Lois Pollard. Row 2-Sibyl Beard, Helen Pextzbom, Cynthia Branum, Shirley Rasch, Helen Rennhak, Lois Brooks, Virginia Geiser. Row 3-Keith Johnston, Dick Olson, Marty Sayles, Bill Campbell, Ronald Peterson. Row 4-Tom Haber, John Trecek, Paul Rich, Dick Holopainen. Row l5 Cha1'1es Predrickson, Steve Toth, Bill Strohbusch, Bob Schlegel. 139 Row l-Geraldine Justin, Barbara Konieczka, Jane Kearns, Carolyn Ryer, Gerianne Peich, Janis Stafford, Jane Hamilton. Row 2-Pa1ricia Hare, Mary O'Day, Ruth Dinmer, Susan Ladwig, Mary Ellen Pen, Sandra McNeely, Carole Treleven, Richard Wicker. Row 3-Dan Del Ponte, Dan Holz, Joe Steffen, Peter Wahlen. Row 4 John Sheehan, Chet White, Bob Soule, Stephen Conners, David Nelson, Carl Chandler. Row S-Robert Cleminson, Ron Klug, Dennis Mucheu. FR E S H ME N Row 1-Pat Larson, Alexandria Hothian, Gloria Barteh, Madeline Traugott. Row Z-James Esser, Bill Tueiing, LeRoy Johnson, Carl Anderson. MO Row 1-Shirley Brukardi, Mellanie Waite, Gloria Krosnicki, Jane Marquardt, Conny Florence, Jane Bulkow, Julie Gray. Row 2-Sandra MacDonald, Nancy Tesch, Marilyn Hunt, Jan Kuebli, Joyce Dobson, Ann Shoemaker, Judy Frank, Darlene Teuberi. Row 3-Donna Aumann, Gail Tripp, Joy Marsden, John Coyle, Bob Matzke, Connie Linski, James Sommers, Ron DeVine, Sue Froelich. SOPHOMORES Bow l-Judy Allen, Marlene Denzer, Karen Peterson, Sandie Wonoski, Janet Neuendorf, Ronald Hassell, Alan Marshall, Debbie Dalms, Bonnie Rieck. Row 2-David Timm, Barbara Dons, Mary Nelson, Carol Wirtz, Arm Saunders, Jill Erickson, Marion Brinon, Joan Rehse, Tom Kumlien, Larry Amend. Row 3 Roben Bailey, Denis Loverine, Don Bullamore, Ronald Schlise, Jim Morrow, Lawrence Bradley, Tom McMenomy, Linn Klitzkie, Bill Thompson, Robert Seward, Ken Meyer. Row 4-Com'ad Stopa, Myron Paynter, Matt Messner, John Boylan, Kent Vasby, Bill Beecher, Charles Steele, Leon Gans, John Bums, Larry Peiffer, Don Jacoby, Larry Kettle. 141 r Row l-JoEllen Wautlet, Barbara Rygh, Carol Becker, Irene Riedl, Jeanne Guelig, Sonja Bengsten, Suzanne Stengel. Row 2-Sharon Koeppen, Donna Raabe, Jeanne Sommets, Janet Pfleger, Jacqueline Kara, Karen Gilbertson, Fem Bosslex, Kathy Fardy, Julene Lucchi, Lynell Freng. Row 3-Dennis Ladwig, David Engen, Maris Oelstrom, Sally McDermott, Hildegard Belde, Beth Geddes, Ann Hougard, Bob Rirger, Don Green, Bruce Haxvatine, Bob Niendorf. Row P John Hom, David Schallhorn, Tom Miller, Robert Ingersoll, Richard Skora, Bob Tesch, Barry Pufahl, Wayne Wolfgram, David Gourlie, Bob Wendi, Dave SOPHOMORES Row l-Elizaberh Rowe, Janice Rothschadl, Doris Severson, Carole Hagan, Dee Ann Crowns, Mary Charles, Dorothy Marti, Betty Lou Rockwell, Judi Kelly. Row Z-Gail Wenman, Carol Cooper, Judith Foss, Shirley J. Biske, Betty Schoechert, Diana Schuenemann, Marjorie Kelly, Sharon Kaupanger, Frank Richards, Larry Flanagan. Row 3 Marvin Paiirick, Ronald Margelofsky, Bill Hansky, Judy Lohry, Karen Smith, Sandxalee De Sombre, Janice McKay, Jerry Cimarosii, Jim Schmidt, Gerald Hagan, Peter McGregor. Row 4-Charles Roum, Bruce Schlueter, Tom Lacke, Bud Latham, John Niemeier, Roy Ustby, Dave Dahlke, Roger Edwards, John Nielsen, Howard Schlueier, Merlin Baumann, Jack North. 142 Row l-Sally Fisher, Kathryn Ann Clay, Conalee Calhoon, Celeste Anderson, Beverly Jung, Kathie Hauser, Sue Schill, Elizabeth Hutchison. Row 2 Mary Gunnelson, Marion Giencke, Sandy Morris, Karen Andexson, Allie Scott, Beverly Bullard, Janet Trumpy, Nancy Pache, Sandra Whitmore, Joyce Plaushines. Row 3-Judy Kresl, Carol Cosgrove, Hildegard Wolfer, Mary Hooper, Donna Hynes, Carmella Mares, Roberta Roberts, Alice Sheahan, Joyce Schnitger, Sally Reulher, Marilyn Meyer. Row 4-Doug Grove, Jon Plans, Kenneth Fischer, James Beistle, Willis Sfauske, Richard Dose, Gil Ambom, Donald Smith, Jack Ponyicsanyi, Robert Hille, Jim Weiss. SOPHOMORES Row l-Virginia Apfelbeck, Carol Krupke, Donna Johnson, Glenda Roehl, Darlene Greiber, Jane Malsch, Mary Wendi, Pat Taylor. Row 2-Carol Ann Gile, Beverly Unertl, Jetty Lou Pyle, Nanci Gruver, Sharon Cunningham, Judith Kohlmeyer, Norene Agnew, Ruth Salentine, Sonia Peterson, Eileen Bower. Row 3-Linda Hartman, Gloria Sheard, Judy Messmer, Marlys Mandel, Sam Rilacca, Friedo Hillman, Ronnie Peters, Dave Veith, Colleen Ryan, Carol Gile, Diane Winn. Row kCarol Hubbard, Donna Sleinbrink, Ronald Olson, Phil Manei, Paul Roberts, William Schomburg, William Dwinell, John Zboja, John Brosteau, Dick Cheri, Peggy Gadwill, Diana Krestan. 143 Row 1-Holle Chopp, Dorothy Koch, Mary Lou Hase, Sharon Spredemann, Peggy Mossholder, Judy Kielgas, Gloria Schneider, Sandra Adelman, Julia Benavente. How 2 NancY Spry, Barbara Lund, Ann Logan, Linda Wyss, Harlan Fausch, Barbara Wied, Sharon Voelz, Jane Bitz, Joyce Olson, Rosemary Searles. Row 3-Joe Ehren, Jerome Weinhold, Robert Wurtz, Thomas Collins, Bonnie Glynn, Christine Buroii, Sandy Ketter, Carolyn Johnson, Gordon Ferg, James Beaulier, James O'Banion. Row 4 Harry Essock, Dave Poisl, Jerome Fritsch, Bill Crandall, Jack Phipps, Al Siebel, Gene Wick, Jim Krug, Philip Bicket, Allen Bauman, Don Woelfel, Wayne Weishaar. OPHOMO Row 1-Dorothy Dunwiddie, Renate Kissel, Bonnie Halvorsen, Susan Zastrow, Carol Kohlmetz, Sylvia Eyrich, Gabriel Prentice. Row 2 William Bademan, William Schmiiz, Lucille Heck, Jim Bunzel, Charles Roth, Athanas Georgalas. Row 3-Jim Clark, Robert Atkinson, Joe Monday, Howard Schroeder, Jim Condon. . 144 x Row 1 Carolyn Kessler, Phyllis Lillevold, Donna Norton, Donna Petersen, Carol Schuenemann, Barbara Leary, Kathleen Ternus, Dorothy Louis, Pat Fischer. Row 2-Lois Zamstorff, Arlene Parkins, Virginia Ehren, Judy Ohlgart, Celene Hilkin, Joan Severson, Beverly Elliott, Susan Brown, Linda Irwin. Row 3 Janet Runkle, Linda Harper, Maureen Schopen, Beverly Drumm, Carol Thiers, Mary O'Connell, Marilyn Utzinget, Carolyn Stuntebeck, Phyllis Cronin, Sandra Buckley, Donna Buchholz. Row 4-Mike Skogstad, Jim Mayer, Dick Adler, Mitchell Smith, Dave Cox, Joy Kanehl, Arlene Skille, Jim Powers, Sara Brennan, Dick Hanko, Jerry Kelly, Duane Ferkey. JUNIORS Row l-Mary Hoppe, Carol Kinaieder, Earl Allen, Judy O'Heam, Irene Dries, Pal Strozyk, Richard Bicksler. Row 2-Jagji1 Singh, Ron Gessl, Jerry Weir, Bob Bosman, Don Amundsen, Ron Siapelmann, Don Kalscheur, Bill Wetherall. Row 3-Jim Tracy, John Pors, Jim Schoemer, Dave Gjestson, Richard Rurey, Bruce Brock, Larry Roberts, Keene Warren. Row 4 Jim Harwick, John M. Glass, Chuck Coulthart, Ed Sebanc, Jim Weaver, Chuck Regez, Ken Weidner, Richard Litzler, Bob Schweers. 145 Row 1-Kathleen Blaese, Rose Soldner, Jeanette Cakes, Kathy Maly, Mary Lou DeMund, Beverly Braun, Mary Radloff, Nancy Couriice. Row Z-Mary York, Karen Runzheimer, Rosemary Klassy, Bonny Campbell, Larry Birlzer, Barbara Stafeil, Mary Frank, Shirley Kraft, Nancy Meyer. Row 3 Pat Costigan, Eileen Schmidt, Mary Stemitzky, Barbara Bonsack, Dianne Kuehn, Ruth Kline, Mary Ellen Kerr, Betty Martens, Judy Goessling, Carol DeBock. Row 4- Herb Sinnen, Jim Batker, Dave Kromenaker, Don Stevens, Josie Nelson, Lillian Weinbrecher, Fran Copper, Judy Pavlic, Gloria Westphal, Richard Olsen, ' Gene Tepp, John Fixmer. Row l-Barbara Kesler, Joan Jackson, Kay Bass, Diana Olson, Julie SchwerLfeger, Charlene Lemke, Karen Knaak, Diane Babcock. Row 2-Ken Seidel, George Kruck, Irene Altenburg, Judith Elliott, Mona Maibaum, Pat Miller, Delores Lauersdorf, Evelyn Zimpelmann, Phyllis Di Biase. Row 3 G1enn Spaay, Jim Schaefer, Wm. Mahnke, R. J. Reynolds, Dean Gibney, William Jacobson, Carol Harada, Mary Ann Jorgensen, Ann De Caster, Barbara Beckman, Iohn Wagner. Row 4-Harold Risse, James Winn, Monte Bluske, Gary MacDonald, Herbert Dhein, Horst Wartenberg, Vince Ripp, Don Vanda Sand, Leland Mayhew, Sig Kolano, Don Berendsen. 146 Row l-Helen Froehlke, Judie Janowiak, Ruth Humphrey, Lorraine Lia. Row 2 Gay1e Meyers, Mariha Stevenson, Laurence Dornacher, Don Stearns, Edward Sullivan. Row S-Neil Rolli, Richard Jansen, Thomas Mackin, Jack Kaepemick, Bruce Davis, Bob Arndt. JUNIORS x, . Row l-Mary Ross, Marvel Calveri, Bob Cahn, Marilyn Paukch, Kathy Orchard, Glenda Miller. Row Z-Gene Odaff, Ken Kennedy, James A. Pelegxin, Carl L. Maves, John Gesseri, Allen Neumann. Row 3-Pe2er Nysather, Ronald Mueller, Roy Hunter, Dale Arenz, Bernard Bringe, Don Ueland. Row 4- Jim Stevenson, Bob Bauman, Carl Ganzer, Thomas Jensen, Dave Button. 147 Row leKathryn Klinner, Darlene Strand, Barbara Bruce, Mary Wesemann, Mary Lou Annis, Delores Timm, Janice Klemp, Bette Cunningham. Row Z-Mary Marcus, Joyce Jerabek, Hadley Homburg, George McKilligin, David Camplin, Gerri! Vredeveld, Thomas Hamilton, James Vande Sand, Richard Kuester, Curtis Klade, James Minucci, Mary Liz Trewyn, Elsie Plak. WHO'S WHO Twenty-one Wisconsin State College, at Whitewater students in the senior class were cho- sen to receive "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" honors this year. Students are selected on th basis of scholar- ship, leadership, participation in extra-curricular activities, and oII-around good character. Only those students classified as seniors and who have a 1.75 grade-point average or above com be eligible for consideration. 148 The outstanding students are then ranked by the senior class and the faculty, with the final selection being made by a selection committee composed of the co-ordinator of student person- nel, dean of men, dean of women, dean of in- struction, and directors of the various curricula. The names of these students are published in the 1960 edition of "Whohs Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges." Icon 1 Kenneth Anderson Robert B lVid Anderson c Gerald Asmann D Robert Albrightson Marv Lou Annis Donna Bartz Gordon Barnwell Barbara Bardeen lSChCl Dean Be Barbara Beggs Ester Beardsley r e .m w e lo hm mo e B B w m a m M a J 6 m t e m B B m m m u, a G B w u n n e a B B r C m m m H a w Gene Brotzman Brassmgton Carole Susie Bosley Barbara Bruce James Brown Fayrene Brown hard Burpee 1C R leen Burpee i E Bruecher me Jean Jeanette Campbell Richard Campbell David Camplin w 5n. LaVerne Carlson William William Chapman Mary Clunie Clarence Colombe Rosemary Cuene Bette Cunningham Gerald Corda John Davies ies Dav Gary Dallman 1cia Patr Iarv Lou De Beverly Densch ISt 1 1V Lou Dawes Mary Richard Eberhardt LeRoy Dibble Eloise Dettmer Marlene Egstad Carol Eidenberger Clayton Egeness James Ellingson Herbert Ellis Carol Ekdahl John Erickson Shirley Ellis Ronald Ellis Kenneth Etzelmueller Alice Kay Etheridge Roy Erickson Karen Frankie Ralph Fenskc Ioseph Feest $ Kwiwwwg Mary Kay Gantenbein Verne Gilles Funds Gombnr Kenneth Granik George Grinde Earl Grupe Gerald Gutkowski David Haakenson Robert Hagen Iarence Hanson Thomas Hamilton Barbara Hahn try Ellen Harmon t M Allan Harding Nancy Hanson Clarence Heit LaVerne Henn David Hassell 1ka Jack H Joseph Herro 1m Herman arb; B a Hollander arbar John Holford B an LaVcrne Hoffm 1 Hosler i Ph Hadley Hornburg Gwen Hookstead Joyce Jerabek Susan James Dale Huebner Keepers 1cia Patr Darlene Kapp Deanna Kant Kampo me Sherr iser Ka Dewey hard Jones 1C R w Harold Kinyon Barbara Klemenko Kathryn Klinner Curtis Klade n a m k r e K r C 8 o R lSSIIlgCI" Janice Klemp Mary Kelleher James K Carol Kohls Elaine Kozaki Robert Kruuse J ames Krueger Ronald Lamberton f? Philip Lang Marie Lefebvre James Leffin Alice Lottig i sk Aisow l inus L IS mette Low 12 Allen Luedtke 1role Luebke c G 1g ichard Ludw R McCluskey Kathleen Vernon McCarthy Donald Lund Duane McCormick Richard McCue Thomas McElroy 4 George McKilligin Caroline McMahon Grace Machut A J Irv Madsen Myra Mame Mary Markus A Douglas Mnrquurdt Louis Mason Leila Matti 45 Loren Miller Frank Merson 4: James Minucci Rose Mitchell Myrtle Miyabara a ?, t n .n u m 0 C I u N y I a N w m m w m B .m I N. swan M: muwg , m e m m S ,1 r 1 b In I N h S w m m r r e F J C m w n ,m o h M d Y m r z a w 1. II N Ix E James Nelson Rita Noltner Gerald Nelson Barbara Nowatske John Ochullzl Janet. Omori Robert Onson Richard Orchard Wayne Owens Clark Pearson Claudette Peterson Maxine Peterson Barbara Phelps Lenora Pfeifer Carl Powell Elsie Ptak Edward Pockelwald Dorothy Reeves Ralph Reniewicki Carmen Quan y Thomas Rhodes El 611 Rink Lawrence Rinn David Rozelle Charles Rust Darlene Ruzck Joan Rockwell Marlene Rogers Marilyn Ross Richard Scharine f :9 Q W John Schillak Carol Schlueter Donald Schoenhaar my; 3. Nancye Scobie Faye Scott Joan Scott Karol Schroeder Donald Schultz A Rosemary Sell Donna A Slicker Mary Ann Smoody Phillip Soltis Darlene Strand William Strand Dave Spies n O s n a w S k 0 r a C Jon Sveom Kathy Theisen Robert Thompson Douglas Teletzke Delores Timm Mary E. Trewyn Robert Underwood Ronald Trauth Dean Twist a Tracey eorglan lyne Trumbower x r e h g u ad wl t r e b 0 G 'W7 james Vande Sand Jean Vick Barbara Vogel Gerrit Vredevcld Joan Vreelzmd Sally thlter tw W'illiam Ward Barbara Wasgien Tom Wedeward ann ary Mlesem 1W Tner Nancy We Lucille Wegner h Whitmore It I u d lryle W estern 2 C ary Wesslen M Robert Wilde lde i Charles W Thomas Wilcox Karen Worden David VMoods 1115011 Mary VVilk i erald Zolkowsk I lren York K Arlene Mloulf Phillip Zuhse Floyd Zweig Thomas Zurkowski FACULTY INDEX HAROLD G. ANDERSEN Board of Regents of State Colleges ROBERT C. WILLIAMS President,- Ph.B., Central College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa G. FRANK A. BAER Associate Professor of English Dr. of Jurisprudence, University of Heidel- berg, Germany B.A., M.A., University of Witwatersrand, Ai- rice,- B.Ed., University of Cape Town, Africa; M.Ed., University of Witwatersrand, Africa WYNETT BARNETT Professor of Speech; B.S.Ed., Southwest Missouri State College, M.A., State University of Iowa,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin WILLIAM C. BECK Instructor of Mathematics B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater M.S., State University of Iowa MARIE S. BENSON Professor of Business Education; B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater, M.A., Northwestern University JACOB P. BLUMENFELD Associate Professor of English,- B.E., University of Tennessee,- M.A., Northwestern University; Ph.D., University of Tennessee MARY JANETTE BOHI Assistant Professor of History; A.B., Wheaion College; M.A., University of Illinois,- Ph.D., University of Illinois RICHARD BROWN Professor of Social Studies,- B.A., M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa STITH M. CAIN Associate Professor, Head Librarian; B.A., Vanderbilt University,- M.A., University of Virginia,- B.S. in L.S., George Peabody College for Teachers,- M. of Ed., George Peabody College for Teach- ers JOSEPH J. CHOPP Associate Professor of Biology,- B.A., M.A., University of Wisconsin ALBERTA E. CHRISTEN Instructor of Mathematics 13.5., M.A., University of Wisconsin MYN COE Library Assistant and Instructor of Library Science,- B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater HENRY M. COLLINS Associate Professor of Business Education; 35., Iowa State Teachers College M.A., Norihweslem University CATHERINE CROSSMAN Chairman, Department of Art and Associate Professor of Art, 3.18., Carleton College,- M.A., University of Oregon 17.6 CLAY J. DAGGETT Associate Professor of Education,- A.B., Nebraska State College,- M.A., American University HENRY A. DeWIND Associate Professor of History; A.M., Ph.D., University of Chicago CLAYTON DROULLARD Dean of Men and Professor of Mathematics, B.S., University of Dubuque; M.S., University of Wisconsin,- Ed.D., Universiiy of Colorado WESLEY EARP Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, 3.5., M.Ed., West Texas State College; Ed.D., Colorado Siaie College ROBERT D. EDISON Instructor of Business Education, B.S.C., M.B.A., DePaul University P. DAVID L. EVANS Instructor of Instrumental Music; 3.5., University of Tennessee; M.M., University of Michigan JEAN FERGUSON Assistant Professor of Education and Supervit sor, Fifth Grade,- B.S., Mankato State Teachers College, M.A., State University of Iowa FAYE FOLLOWELL Assistant Professor, Assistant Librarian, A.B., Wheaton College, A.M., University oi Illinois, B.S.L.S., Louisiana State University CORA FORBUSH Dean of Women and Assistant Professor of Physical Education,- B.S., Wisconsin State College, La Crosse; M.S., University of Wisconsin CORRINE FORSTER Assistant Professor of English, 3.5., University of Wisconsin, M.A., University of Minnesota REX FOSTER Assistant Professor of Mathematics,- Assistani Football Coach, Txack Coach, B.S., Wisconsin State College, Planeville; M.S., University of Wisconsin JEAN A. FRANK Instructor of Chemistry, A.B., Hunter College; M.A., Colorado State College MARY E. FRICKER Assistant Professor of Home Economics,- Graduate, Stout Institute BERTRAM D. GABLE Associate Professor of Music B.Mus. iMus. EdJ, E.Mus. iVoicei, M.Mus. iVoicei, University of Michigan JOSEPH GOLD Assistant Professor of English B.A., University of Birmingham, England,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin FLORENCE A. GOODHUE Chairman, Department of Physical Education and Professor of Physical Education, 3.5., M.A., Teachers College, Columbia Uni- versity DONALD L. GRAHAM Professor of History,- B.S., M.A., Kansas State Teachers College,- Ph.D., State University of Iowa VIRGIL C. GRAHAM Assistant Professor of Business Education,- B.A., Southwestern College; M.A., State University of Iowa G. PAUL GRANT Professor of English; A.B., Allegheny College; A.M., Northwestern University Ph.D., University of Pittsburg ALYCE M. GREENE Assistant Professor of Physical Education,- B.S., Wisconsin State College, Superior, M.S., University of Wisconsin JAY M. GREENE Professor of Business Education, B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewaier, MJL, Northwestern University, Ed.D., New York University JOHN A. HEIDE Chairman, Department of Languages, Associate Professor of English; B.A., Butler University; M.A., University of Michigan JAMES HELLIE Professor of Economics, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota DON H. HENSLEY Instructor of English,- B.A., M.A., University of Oregon VERNON HERDENDORF Instructor of Education and Supervisor, Fourth Grade,- B.E., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater, M.S., University of Wisconsin LEON HERMSEN Assistant Professor of Business Education, B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater, M.A., Northwestern University NOEL HJELMHAUG Faculty Assistant in Physics B.S., Whitewater State College DOROTHY c. HOOD Instructor, Head Resident, Lucy Baker Hall,- B.A., Albion College; M.A., Northwestern University WEI HSUAN Instructor of Mathematics B.A., M.S., Northwestern University CARL JOHNSON Assistant Professor of Geography, 8.8., Northern Michigan College,- A.M., University of Michigan JOSEPH L. KAGLE Instructor of Art, B.A., Dartmouth College; M.F.A., University of Colorado EUGENE F. KAUCKI Assisiani Professor of Economics,- B.A., University of Toledo, M.A., University of Michigan STRATEWULA KEHIAS Instructor of Physical Education; B.S., Carthage College,- M.A., University of Denver ROBERT M. KESSEL Professor of Business Education,- Direcior, Department of Business Education,- B.E., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater, M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin MARVIN E. KETTERLING Assisiant Professor of Psychology,- B.A., Wesimar College; M.A., Columbia University REUBEN W. KLUMB Associate Professor of Psychology; B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee; M.?h., University of Wisconsin GRACE KOEPPEN Faculty Assistant of Business Education; B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater HUGO E. LATHI Associate Professor of Chemisiry; B.S,, M.S., University of Michigan MAXINE LAHTI Instructor, Assistant Librarian; A.B., Ohio Northern University; A.B.L.S., M.A.L.S., University of Michigan BERTHA M. LEFLER Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages; A.B., Mount Pleasant State Teachers College,- Diplome de la Sorbonne, University of Paris,- M.A., Columbia University Teachers College MILTON I. LEVIN Associate Professor of English B.S., M.S., University of Wisconsin,- Ph.D., University of Michigan LLOYD E. LIEDTKE Associate Professor of Science,- B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater; M.A., Northwestern University ARNOLD J. LIEN Professor of Education,- Chairman, Dept. of Education; B.S., Stout Institute, M.Ph., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin RAYMOND E. LIGHT Associate Professor of Music, Acting Chairman, Department of Music B.S., Bowling Green State University; M.A., Bd.D., Columbia University DAVID C. LUAN Assistant Professor of Economics, B.A., Tsing-Hua University, China,- M.B.A., University of Denver Ph.D., University of Texas KEITH D. MacPHEF. Instructor of Business Education; B.S., M.Eus.Ed., University of Idaho ARTHUR G. McGRAW Principal of Elementary Department, Campus School, Professor of Education; Supervisor, Eighth Grade, B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater; M.S., University of Wisconsin,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin CLARENCE D. McNABB Assisiam Professor of Biology, B.A., Loras College, M.S., University of Wisconsin,- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin NORMAN D. MARTIN Instructor, Assistant Librarian, B.A., Wisconsin State College, Superior,- M.A., George Peabody College for Teachexs HENRY MEYER Professor of Biology,- A.B., Calvin College; M.S., Ph.D., University of Michigan Medical School MARY MILLS Assistant Professor of English and Journalism,- B.J., University of Missouri,- M.S., Columbia University RUTH MINER Assistant Professor of Political Science and Business Law,- B.A., Knox College; M.A., University of Illinois,- J.D., University of Chicago EDWARD J. MORGAN Associate Professor of Histoty; Chairman of Social Sludies Department, B.S., Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee, Ph.M., University of Wisconsin CHARLES MORPHEW Professor of Geography,- B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University; M.S., University of Illinois; Ed.D., George Peabody College for Teachers MARGARET MUELLER Instructor in Education; Supervisor, Kindergarten,- B.S., M4Ed., University of Wisconsin REGINALD G. NASH Associate Professor of Biology; B.A., William Penn College; M.S., State University of Iowa A. LORAN OLSEN Associate Professor of Music,- B.A., Grinnell College; M.M., Drake University; Ph.D., University of Iowa MIRIAM PAPE College Nurse; Assistant Professor of Health Education,- B.S., University of Chicago; M.A., University oi Oregon,- Regislered Nurse FORREST W. PERKINS Assisiani Professor of Physical Education; B.S., Wisconsin State College, Platieville; M.S., University of Wisconsin GLADYS PETERSEN Instructor in Education; Supervisor, Second Grade,- B.E., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater ROBERT D. PICKER Assistant Professor of Geography, B.A., M.A., Columbia University R. W. PRUCHA Chairman, Department of Science, Professor of Physics,- B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, River Falls,- M.S., University of Wisconsin DESSIE RATHER Assistant Professor of Education, Supervisor, Sixth Grade,- B.S., Wisconsin State College, Milwaukee; M.A., Northwesiem University OLIVE REEVE Assistant Professor of Education, Supervisor, First Grade,- B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater; M.A., Northwestern University EVERETT REFIOR Assistant Professor of Economics,- B.A., Iowa Wesleyan College; M.A., University of Chicago DOROTHY REMP Assistant Professor of Education,- Supervisor, Seventh Grade; B.S., Wisconsin State College, La Crosse; MiAq Northwestern University STUART M. RICH Assistant Professor of Economics,- B.S.C., Ohio Universiiy, Athens,- M.B.A., Ohio State University, Columbus DAVID B. SAUNDERS Assistant Proiessor of English, B.A., M.A., University of Wisconsin I. W. SCHAFFER Professor, Director of Admissions,- Coordinaior, Student Personnel Services; B.S., M.S., University of Illinois; Ph.D., Northwestern University JEANNE SCHMUNK Assistant Professor of Education; Supervisor, Business Education,- B.S.E., University of New Mexico; M.A., University of New Mexico PAUL L. SCHMUNK Assistant Professor of History; B.A., B.S.E., Bowling Green State University; M.A., University of New Mexico,- Ph.D., University of New Mexico MILDRED SCHULTZE Associate Professor of Art; B.S., M.A., University of Missouri EDGAR H. SCHWAGER Assistant Professor of Physical Education,- Aihleiic Director, B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater; M.S., University of Wisconsin FRANK R. SENISE Assistant Professor oi Geography,- B.A., M.A., Marshall College AEILT E. SENTS Assisiani Professor of Social Studies,- B.A., Wheaton College; M.A., State University of Iowa EVERETT R. SHAW Associate Proiessor of Business Education; A.B., University of Michigan,- M.A., University of Michigan; C.?.A., Maryland EDNA C. SORBER Associate Professor of Speech,- A.B., Beaver College,- M.S., University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin RICHARD R. STONER Director, Student Union, Faculty Assistant, B.S., Ohio State University HELEN SWARTZ Instructor of Education,- Supervisor, Third Grade,- B.A., Beloi! College 177 WARREN S. THEUNE Associate Professor of Business Education,- B.E., Wisconsin State College, Whitewaier; M.S., Universiiy of Wisconsin NORMAN THIES Assistant Proiessor of Business Education,- B.Ed., Wisconsin State College, Whitewater; M.A., State University of Iowa CHARLES D. THOMAS InstruCIOr; Head Resident, Albert Salisbury Hall,- B.A., A.M., University of Michigan JOHN L. TRAUB Instructor of Mathematics; 13.3., University of Minnesota,- M.S., University 0! Wisconsin KATHRYN E. UTZ Professor of English; A.B., 3.5. in Ed., Capital University; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio Stale University CARL J, VANDERLIN Assistant Professor of Mathematics; Ph.B., 3.5., University of Chicago; M.S., University of Wisconsin 178 JULES R. VAUTROT Instructor of Biology, B.A., Beloii College M.A., Colorado State College JOHN H. VIOLETTE Associate Proiessor of Biology A.B., Louisiana State University Ph.D., Yale University J. T. von TREBRA Professor of Political Science and Sociology,- B.S., Fort Hays State College,- M.A., University of Nebraska; Ph.D., Colorado State College of Education JACK W. VRIEZE Director of Dramatics; Associate Professor of Speech; B.A., Kenyon College; Ph.D., State University of Iowa ROBERT G. WEIGANDT Assistant Professor of Physical Education; B.Ss, M.S., University of Wisconsin CORD O. WELLS Dean of Instruction, Registrar, and Professor of Education,- B.A., University of Kansas,- A.M., Ph.D., University of Chicago EVERETT M. WHITE Director, Rural and Elementary Education; Professor 0! Education; B.S., Bemidji State College,- M.S., University of Wisconsin; Ed.D., Colorado State College ADOLPH I. WINTHER Director of Teacher Training and Placement; Professor of Education,- Director of Summer Session; B.A., Augsburg College; Ph.M., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin RICHARD F. WOLLIN Assistant Professor of Education,- B.A., Carleton College; M.A., University of Michigan ALVIN WUTTI Assistant Professor of Manual Arts,- B.S., M.S., Stout Institute SENIOR INDEX ANDERSEN, PATRICIA Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Primary Activities: Recreation Committee 2, Royal Purple Staff 1,- Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. ANDERSON, DAVID R. Beloil, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Sigma Tau Gamma l, 2, 3, 4 iTreas- urerh Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. ANNIS, MARY LOU Watertown, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, ISecretaxw 4; Royal Purple Staff 1,- Who's Who 4; A.W.S. 2, Della Zeta 1, 2, 3 1Cour1esy ChairmanL 4 iEndow- men! Chairmanh Scrooby, 2, 3 150- cial Chairman,, 4,- Oxchestra 3, 4 1Vice Pxesidem, Librariani, Lucy Baker Hall iPresidem, Counselor 31,- Inier-dorm Council 3 iSecre- taryL ASMANN, GERALD Union Grove, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Football Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Home- coming Royalty 3; "W" Club 3, 4,- Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. BACON, ROBERT Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Vets Club 3, 4. BARDEEN, BARBARA Milwaukee, Wisconsin Primary Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, iLi- brarian 4,- A.C.E. l, 2, 4; Bowling League 4; Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Royalty 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 4,- A.W.S. 3; Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3 iSocial Chair- man1, 4 Us! Vice President,, L.S.A. 1, 2, Freshman Counselor 4. BARNWELL, GORDON Mauston, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4,- Wes- ley 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Alpha Sigma 4. BARTZ, DONNA JEAN Edgerton, Wisconsin Academic Activities: W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. BEARDSLEY, ESTHER Eagle, Wisconsin Elementary BEIERSDORF, ELROY Amigo, Wisconsin Elementary BEISCHEL, DEAN Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Bowling League 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2,- Delta Kappa 2, 3, 4; We:1ey 2, 3, 4; Beta Alpha Sigma 2, 3, 4 iPresi- denti. BENEDICT, SPENCER Darlington, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Vets Club 3, 4; P.B.L.A. 3, 4,- Was- ley 3, 4; Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. BENTE, BARBARA Jefferson, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 2, 3 iSecreiaryL 4; Min- nieska Staff 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 iSporls Head 2, 41; Campus Co- eds 2, 3 iVice-Presidemh L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM Beloit, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: Delta Kappa 3, 4. BEST, GAYLE Iron Mountain, Michigan Business Education Activities: Royal Purple Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 1A5- sislani Business Managed, A.W.S. 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Delia Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4 Recording Secretaryh Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4. BIGELOW, MARY Madison, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A Cappella Choir 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4,- Treble Clef 2; Scrooby 2, 3, 4 Wood ChairmanL BOSLEY, SUSIE Knapp, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: W.A.A. 1, 2,- F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Zeta 3, 4, Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4 BRASSINGTON, CAROLE Janesville, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. BROTZMAN, GENE Durand, Wisconsin Elementary BROWN, FAYRENE Mason, Wisconsin Elememary Activities: Homecoming Committee 3, 4, A1- pha Sigma 3, 4; Wesley l, 2. BROWN, JAMES F. Cassville, Wisconsin Business Educalion Activities: "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. l, 2, Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3 1Corre- sponding SecretaryL 4 iRecording Secretarw BRUCE, BARBARA Middleton, Wisconsin Business Educaiion Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 iLibrarian 3, 41,- Bowling League 4; Who's Who 4; F.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4; Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3 1Treasurer1, 4 iHistorianh L.S.A. l, 2, 3 iSecreiaryL 4; Freshman Counselor 4. BRUECHER, JEANINE Port Washington, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: F.B.L.A. I, 4; Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. CAMPBELL, JEANETTE E. Green Valley, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, 2, Class Treasurer 4,- F.3.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 iChaplainL CAMPBELL, RICHARD A. Williams Bay, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: Vets Club 4. CAMPLIN, DAVID Pewaukee, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Student Council 3 iTreasurerL 4 iPresidenn, Thespians 1, Who's Who 4, Phi Chi Epsilon 1, 2, 3 Corresponding Secreiarw, 4; Kap- pa Delta Pi 3, 4, Freshman Coun- selor 2, 3, 4, Student Union Counv cil 4. CARLSON, LAVERNE D. Ashland, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Minnieska Staff 3, 4 1Copy-Writing Editori; Royal Purple Staff 3, 4; Treble Clef 4, W.A.A. 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4,- L.S.A. 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 1Historian1. CARY, WILLIAM Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Basketball Squad 3, 4, iManager 3, 41; Baseball Team 3 iManageri; Vels Club 4,- ""W Club 4. CHAPMAN, WILFORD W. Beloit, Wisconsin Academic Aciivities:Bow1ing League 2, 3, Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4 1Vice PresidentL CLUNIE, MARY Racine, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A Cappella Choir 3, 4; A.C.E. 1, 2, 3 iTreasurerL 4, Treble Clef 1, 2,- Scrooby l, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 iVice-Presidenr, Program Chairmanh Orchestra 1, 2, 3 iLi- brarianL 4. COLOMBE, CLARENCE Elkhom, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: F.B.L.A. 4, Delta Kappa 3, 4. COLOMBE, PERNAND Elkhom, Wisconsin Academic CORDA, GERALD A. Wausau, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: F.B.L.A. 4, Freshman Counselor 3, 4, International Club 1 1Pxesiden21, 2, 3. 179 CUENE, ROSEMARY DePere, Wisconsin Business Educaiion Activities: Homecoming Committee 1, 2,- Min- neiska 51311 3, 4 1Prooireading Edi- tor1, Royal Purple Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 iOrganizations Editor 3, 41,- Wiis 3,- P.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3 13epor1er1, 4 We- porieri, Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3 Stand- ards Chairmam, 4,- Mercier, 1, 2, Freshman Counselor 2, 4,- Union Council 4. CUNNINGHAM, BETTE Cazenovia, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, 2, Bowling League 4, Who's Who 4; A.W.S. l, 2, 3, 4 1President1; Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 1Treasurer1, Mercier l, 2, 3, 4 1Secreiary1, F.B.L.A. 4. DALLMAN, PATRICIA Racine, Wisconsin Primary Activities: A.C.E. l, 2, 3, 4,- Treble Clef 1, 2, 3,- L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DAMMANN, JEAN Madison, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Band 1, 2, Bowling League 4; Rec- reation Committee 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4 1Social Chair- man1; L.S.A. 1, 2. DAVIES, GARY Seattle, Washington Business Administration Activities: F.B.L.A. 3, 4,- Della Kappa 3, 4 1Chaplain1, Scrooby 3, 4 Nice- Presidenll. DENSCH, BEVERLY ANN Beloit, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Thespians 3, 4 1Vice-Presideni1, Wesley 1, Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4. DETTMER, ELOISE Janesville, Wisconsin Academic Activities: L.S.A. 2, 3, 4 1Treasurer1. DIBBLE, LEROY E. Delavan, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, Debate 3, 4, Royal Purple Staff 3, 4,- Veis Club 3, 4,- Wiis, 3, 4,- F.B.L.A. 3, 4,- Scrooby 3, 4,- Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4 1Recording Secreiary1. EGENESS, CLAYTON Viroqua, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Debate 3, Delta Kappa 3, 4. EGSTAD, MARLENE Cushion, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 4,- Homecoming Committee 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2,- F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3 1Assisiant EditorL 4 1Editor1, L.S.A. 1, 2. EIDENBERGER, CAROL Crivitz, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: P.B.L.A. 1, 3, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma '1, 2, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 3, 4. 180 EKDAHL, CAROL Chicago, Illinois Kindergarten-Primaxy Activities: A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Bowling League 4, Treble Clef 1, 2,- W.A.A. 1, 2,- Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, L.S.A. l, 2. ELLINGSON, JAMES E. Greenwood, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Homecoming Committee 3,- Vets Club 2,- F.B.L.A. 2,- Phi Chi Epsilon 2, 3. ELLIS, HERBERT A1lenton, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Debate 1, 2, 4,- Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Wits 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4,- Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4,- Freshman Counselor 2. ELLIS, RONALD V. Allenton, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Wits 1, 2, 3, 4,- Theta Alpha Phi 3 1ViCe-Presideni, Pledgemasteri, 4,- Freshman Coun- selor l, 2. ELLIS, SHIRLEY Whitewater, Wisconsin Liberal Arts ERICKSON, JOHN L. Richland Center, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Band 2, 3, 4 1Presideni, Drum Ma- jorh Freshman Counselor 3, 4,- Inter-dorm Council 4 Wice-Presi- deni1. ETHERIDGE, KAY Wild Rose, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrooby l, 2, 3, 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 4. ETZELMUELLER, KENNETH Kenosha, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Baseball Team 1; Bowling League 2, 3, 4, Football Squad 1, 2, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4,- Wesley 1, 2, 3 1Treas- urerL 4 1Vice-Presidenn, Freshman Counselor 2, 3,- Beia Alpha Sigma 3, 4. FEEST, JOSEPH J. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Phi Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. FENSKE, RALPH W. Markesan, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Vets Club 3, 4,- F.B.L.A. 3, 4,- Was ley 4 1Treasuter1, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. FRANKIE, KAREN . Iron River, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2,- W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. GANTENBEIN, MARY KAY West Allis, Wisconsin Business Education Aciiviiies: W.A.A. 1, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4,- Beia Alpha Sigma 3. GOMBAR, FRANCIS S. JR. Brodhead, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Vets Club 4,- Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3 1Vice President, Pledge MasierL 4 1Socia1 Co-Chairman1. GILLES, VERNE J. Ashland, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: ?.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4; Beia Alpha Sigma 3, 4. GRANIK, KENNETH Edgerion, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Bowling League 4, Homecoming Committee 4; Sigma Tau Gamma 3, 4. GRINDE, GEORGE DeForesi, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, L.S.A. 2, 3, 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. GRUPE, EARL Sheboygan, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: P.B.L.A. 3, Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4,- Beia Alpha Sigma 4. GURRIE, THOMAS Fontana, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Bowling League 3, 4,- Delta Kappa 2, 3, 4. HAAKENSON, DAVID Milton Junction, Wisconsin Academic Activities: A Cappella Choir 1,- Bowling League 3, 4,- Inierfraiernity Coun- cil 4 1Vice-President1, Junior Prom Royalty 3,- Veis Club 1, 2, 3, 4,- F.B.L.A. 1, Chi Epsilon l, 2 1Assis- tam Pledge MasierL 3 1Pledge Master, ViceAPresidemL 4 1Presi- den11. HAGEN, ROBERT F. . Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Band 2, 3,- Bowling League 1, 2, 3, 4,- Sigma Tau Gamma l, 2, 3, 4,- Orchesira 2, 3, 4. HAMILTON, THOMAS P. Kenosha, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Football Squad 1,- Homecoming Committee Dance Chairman 1, 2, 31, 4 1General Chairmanh Inierfra- iernity Council 3, Who's Who 4,- F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3 1Awards Commit- 1ee1, 4,- Delia Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Mercier 3, 4,- Freshman Counselor 3, 4,- Beta Alpha Sigma 2, 3, 4. HANSON, CLARENCE E. Beloit, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Basketball Squad 1, Vets Club 2, 3, 4,- F.B.L.A. 4. HANSON, NANCY DeForest, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, L.S.A. 1, 2, 3. HARDING, ALLAN Elkhorn, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Debate 2, 4,- Veis Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 4, Mercier 1, 2, Pi Kappa Delta 4,- Freshman Counselor 4. HARMON, MARY ELLEN Elkhom, Wisconsin Primary Activities.- A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4. HASSELL, DAVID Appleton, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 3, 4, Debate 2, Homecoming Committee 2, Recrea- tion Committee 3, Royal Purple Sheff 2, 3, 4, Vets Club 1, 2 iSecre- taryi, 3, 4, Wits 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Phi Chi Epsilon 1, 2 iSecreIaryi, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 2 iVice-Presidenn, 3 iPresideniL 4. HEIN, DONALD E. Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: Beta Zeta Beta 2, 3, 4. HEIT, CLARENCE, JR. Arkansaw, Wisconsin Business Education HENN, LAVERNE A. La Crosse, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Vets Club 2, 3, 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. HERMAN, BARBARA A. Gilman, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Minneiska Staff 3, 4 iPhoiography Editor 3, 4,, Royal Purple Staff 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Mercier 3, 4. HERRO, JOSEPH Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Com- mittee 3, 4 iPublicity Chairmanh Interfralernity Council 4 iTreas, uteri, "W" Club 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3 iSocial Chairmani, 4 iPresidenn, Freshman Counselor 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 3. HOLLANDER, BARBARA Janesville, Wisconsin Academic Activities: A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Thes- pians 2, 3, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4 iSecre- taryi, Hawketies 4, Freshman Counselor 4. HOOKSTEAD, GWEN Whitewater, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Minnieska Staff 2. HORNBURG, HADLEY Palmyra, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 1, 2, 3, 4, Royal Purple Staff 1, 2 iSports Ediiori, 3 Sports Editori, Student Council 2, Vets Club 1, Who's Who 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Chi Epsilon 1, 2 1Historian1, 3, 4, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 iPresidenn, Freshman Coun- selor 2. HUEBNER, DALE W. Clinionville, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Football Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Royalty 2, 3, Vets Club 4, "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. JAMES, SUSAN Racine, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 2, 4, Bowling League 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 4, L.S.A. 1, 2, 4. JERABEK, JOYCE Algoma, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Business Manageri, Bowling League 4, Class Treasurer 3, Homecoming Royalty 3, Junior Prom Royalty 3, Royal Purple Staff 1, 2 iCo-Feaiure Editori, 3 iCo- Feature Editori, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, A.W.S. 3, Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3 iTreasureri, 4 iTreasureri, L.S.A. 1, 2, 3 Re- porteri, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Fresh- man Counselor 4. JONES, RICHARD Eagle, Wisconsin Business Administration Aciiviiies: Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. KAISER, DEWEY Ingram, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Inier-Varsity Christian Fellowship, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, L.S.A. 2, 3, 4, Freshman Counselor 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 4. KAMPO, SHERRINE Oconlo, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: F.B.L.A. 1, 3, 4, Mercier 2, 3, 4. KANT, DEANNA Beloii, Wisconsin Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 4, Bowling League 4, Panhellenic Council 3, 4 iPresi, denti, W.A.A. 1, Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, L.S.A. l. KAPP, DARLENE Wauioma, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Minneiska Staff 1, 2, 3 Hndex Editori, 4 iIndex Editorh F.B.L.A. 1, 4, L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Counselor 3, Beta Zeia Beta 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, iLibrarian I, 21. KEEPERS, PATRICIA JANEEN Nekoosa, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 iBusi- ness Manageri, Panhellenic Coun- cil' 3, 4 iSecretaryi, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, A.W.S. 1, 2, F.B.L.A. 1 1Pub1ici1y Chairmani, 2, 3, 4, AI- pha Sigma 1, 2 iAssistant Pledge Masteri, 3 Pledge Masteri, 4 iVice Presidenti, Scrooby l, 2 iSecre- iaryi, 3 iPresidenH, 4, Hawkettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Counselor 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 iPresident 3, 41. KINYON, HAROLD Gilleit, Wisconsin Academic Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Wes- ley 4, Freshman Counselor 3, 4, Men's Chorus 3, 4. KISSINGER, JAMES W. Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 3, Class Officer 2 iVice-PresidemJ, Student Council 2, 3, Tennis Team 3, 4, Veis Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 1, Z, 3 iTreas- ureri, 4 iTreasureri, Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrooby I, 2, 3, Fresh- man Counselor 2, 3, 4, Inier-Dor- mitory Council 3 iPresidenn. KLADE, CURT Minocqua, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Bowling League 2, 4, Class President 3, Inierfraierniiy Council 3 iVice- Presidenn, 4, Prom King 3,- Who's Who 4, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 iPresi- dent, Slate and LocaU, Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3 iPtesidemi, 4, Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Counselor 3, 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. KLEMP, JANICE Fori Aikinson, Wisconsin Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 4, Bowling League 4, Class Treasurer 2, Class Secretary 3, Junior Prom Royalty 3, Who's Who 4, Alpha Gamma Delia 1, 2, 3 iPresidemL 4 iPresidenn, Scrooby 2, Hawkettes 3, 4. KLINK, ROY. J Port Edwards, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Vets Club 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4 iVice-Presidenti. KLINNER, KATHRYN Janesville, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Debate 1, Infer-Vaxsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2 iSecretary-Treas- uteri, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Freshman Counselor 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. KOHLS, CAROL Watertown, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Bowling League 4, Class Secretary 4, Treble Clef 1, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4 ISporishead 3, 41, A.W.S. 2, 3, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. KRAUSE, ROBERT Edgerion, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. KRUEGER, JAMES H. Fall Creek, Wisconsin Business Education Aciiviiies: Vets Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. KUESTER, RICHARD J. Racine, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Bowling League 4, Class President 4,- Tennis Team 2, 3, Vets Club 2, 3 iVice-Presidenn, 4, "W" Club 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Delta Kappa 3, 4, Mercier 3 iPresidenn, 4 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 iHistorianL i LAMBERTON, RONALD 1. Racine, Wisconsin Pre-Medical Activities: Beta Zeta Beta 2, 3, 4. LANG, PHILIP R. Columbus, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 1, 2, Vets Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. LEFEBVRE, ROSE MARIE Sheldon, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Minneiska Staff iLayout Editori 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. LEFFIN, JAMES Sheboygan, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Bowling League 1, 2, Vets Club 1, 2, Phi Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. LEWIS, JANETTE Janesville, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Royal Purple Staff 2, 3, Treble Clef 1, Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, L.S.C.S. 2, 3, 4, Freshman Coun, selor 4. LISOWSKI, LINUS Arcadia, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Homecoming Committee 3, Vets Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Mercier 3, 4. LOTTIG, ALICE Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A Cappella Choir 3, Scrooby 3, International Club 3. LUDWIG, RICHARD Janesville, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 2, Vets Club 1, 2, 3, F.B.L.A. l, 4, Freshman Coun- selor 4. LUEBKE, CAROLE LOU Milwaukee, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Treble Clef 2, 3 iPresidenn, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Wesley 3, Hawk- eties 3. LUEDTKE, ALLEN H. Watertown, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Vets Club 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2. LUND, DONALD Marinene, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 4, Vets Club 2, 4,- "W" Club 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 4. MCCARTHY, VERNON, J'R. Waunakee, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: Bowling League 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President l, Photographer 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Chi Epsilon 2, 3 U'iistoriani, 4, Marcie: 1, 2, 3 iTreasureri, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, Assistant Director Student Union 4. McCLUSKY, KATHLEEN Rock Springs, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Royal Purple Staff 2, 3 iNews Edi- tori, 4 iEdiior-in-Chiefh Thespians 1, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Mercier l, 2, 3, 4, In- ternational Club 4, Union Coun- cil 3. 182 McELROY, THOMAS Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: F.B.L.A. 4 McKILLIGIN, GEORGE H. Janesville, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Vets Club 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Kemper Club 1, 2, 3, 4 iPresidenil, Kappa Delia Pi 3, 4 iPresidenn, Freshman Counselor 2, 3. McMAHON, BRIAN Westfield, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Bowling League 1, Phi Sigma Epsi- lon 1, 2, 3 iPledge Masieri, 4, Mercier 1. McMAHON, CAROLINE Wausaukee, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A Capella Choir 3, 4,- A.C.E. 1, 3, 4 iReporteri, Thespians 1, Treble Clef 1, 2, Alpha Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4, Mercier l, 2, 3, 4, Interna- tional Club 2, 3. MACHUT, GRACE Random Lake, Wisconsin Business Education Aciivities: Band 1, 2, 3, Treble Clef l, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, L.S.A. l, 2, 3, Beta Zeta Beta 4. MADSEN, IRV Amery, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, Class Presi- dent 2, Junior Prom Royalty 3, Royal Purple Staff 1, 2, 3,- Student Council 3, "W" Club 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4. MANTE, MYRA JANE Hartford, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 2 iPresidenn, 3 iVice- Presidenti, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 iPresidenn, Class Secretary 2, Homecoming Committee 2, A.W.S. 2, 3, 4, Alpha Gamma Delia l, 2, L.S.C.S. 1 iSecretaryL 2 iSecre- iaryi, 3, 4, Freshman Counselor 2, 4. MAROUARDT, DOUGLAS Spatia, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Bowling League 2, 4, Photographer 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Delta Kappa 2, 3, 4, L.S.C.S. 2 iVice- Presidenli, 3,- Beta Alpha Sigma, 3, 4. MASON, LOUIS D. Whitewater, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 4,- Pooiball Squad 1,- Vels Club 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Gamma I, 2, 3. MATTI, LEILA Eastman, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrooby 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Counselor 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 4. MEYER, JUDITH Jefferson, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 2,- Band I, 2, 3. MILLER, LOREN P. Richmond, Illinois Academic Activities: Basketball Squad 1, 2, 4, Bowling League 4, "W" Club 3, Mercier 4. MINORIK, DOROTHY Milwaukee, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 4, F.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4. MINUCCI, JAMES L. Iron Mountain, Michigan Academic Activities: Bowling League 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3 IVice-Presidenm Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4, Inier-Dormiiory Council 3. MITCHELL, ROSE MARIE East Troy, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 4, F.B.L.A. 1, Delta Zeta 2, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4. MIYABARA, MYRTLE Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Business Education Activities: F.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Iniernaiional Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MONROE, MARY South Milwaukee, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A.C.E. 3, 4, Bowling League 3, 4,- Royal Purple Staff 4, Treble Clef 3,- W.A.A. 3, 4, Wits 3, 4, Alpha Sigma 3, 4, Merciet 3, 4. MORSTADT, FRANCES C. Janesville, Wisconsin Primary Activities: Treble Clef l, L.S.A. 2, 3, Hawk- ettes 3, 4. MOUNT, BARBARA HAY Crandon, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, 2, Bowling League 4, Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 2,- Freshman Counselor 3. MUELLER, MARY Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Elementary MULLANE, JEROLD L. Watertown, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: F.B.L.A. 1, Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Mercier 1, 2, 3, Beia Alpha Sigma 2, 3. MYSZEWSKI, MICHAEL Whitewater, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: Mexcier 4, Freshman Counselor 4, Beta Zeta Beta 3, 4 iPresidemi. NELSON, GERALD K. Whitewater, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Vets Club 2, 3 iPresidentL 4 iPresidenH, Mercier 4. NELSON, JAMES R. Rhinelander, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Baseball Team 1, Bowling League 4, Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ?.B.L.A. 4. NOLTNER, RITA Waterloo, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 4 iSecreiaryL- Homecoming Committee 3, 4 Pro- gram Chairmanh Panhellenic Coun- cil 3 iPresidentL 4, Treble Clef 1, 2, 4, W.A.A. l, F.B.L.A. 1, 2,- Alpha Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4,- Mer- cier 1, 2, 3, 4 iSocial Chairmani. NOWATSKE, BARBARA ANN Mukwonago, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Minneiska Staff 1, Royal Purple Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 1, F.B.L.A. 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4,- Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4. OCHALLA, JOHN Madison, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activities: Basketball S q u a d 1, Bowling League 4, F.B.L.A. l, Mercier 4. OMORI, JANET Kona, Hawaii Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 4, Delia Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4,- International Club 2 iTreasurerL 3 iTreasurerL ORCHARD, RICHARD Kenosha, Wisconsin Business Education Aciiviiies: F.B.L.A. 3,- L.S.A. 3, 4. OWENS, WAYNE L. Kenosha, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Baseball Team 2,- Bowling League 2, 3 iPresidemi, 4,- Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon 2, 3 iSecretaryi, 4 iSecretaryh Scrooby 2,- Freshman Counselor 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2. PEARSON, CLARK Florence, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Basketball Squad 1, Bowling League 4,- Delta Kappa 2, 3, 4 iVice-Presidenn. PETERSON, CLAUDETTE ANN Madison, Wisconsin Business Education . Activities: Bowling League 4, Homecoming Committee 3,- F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 4,- Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Coun- selor 4,- Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4, Campus Coeds 2, 3 iPresidentL PETERSON, MAXINE Clinton, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Treble Clef 4, W.A.A. 3, 4,- L.S.A. 3, 4. PPEIFER, LENORA Glenbeulah, Wisconsin Business Education Aciiviiies:Inier-Varsi1y Christian Fellowship 2, 3, Thespians 4, F.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4,- L.S.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. PHELPS, BARBARA Whitewater, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 4,- Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treble Clef 1, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrooby l, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2. POCKEWALD, EDWARD Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Academic Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4,- Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship 4,- L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Freshman Coun- selor 3, 4,- Men's Chorus 3, 4. POWELL, CARL Hales Corners, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Vets Club 3, 4,- P.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. PTAK, ELSIE South Milwaukee, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 4,- Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 iSecreiaryh Minneiska Staff 1,- Panhellenic Council 3, 4; Who's Who 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 4, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 iPresidenn, Mercier l, 2, 3 iSecretaryL 4,- Pi Omega Pi, 3, 4. QUAN, CARMEN Agana, Guam Business Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 2, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4,- Mercier 2, 4, International Club 2, 3, 4. RHODES, THOMAS W. Beloii, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Band 1, 2, F.B.L.A. I, 2, Wesley 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3. RINK, ELLEN LORRAINE Beloii, Wisconsin Academic Aciiviiies: W.A.A. 4. RINN, LAWRENCE, JR. Whitewater, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, 2, 3 Business Manageri, 4 'iVice-Presidenm Bowling League 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4,- Phi Sigma Epsi- 2, 3, 4 Recording Secretary,, L.S.A. 1, 2, 3 iVice-Presidenn, 4 Pxesidemh Freshman Counselor 4. ROCKWELL, JOAN Whitewater, Wisconsin Primary Activities: Band 1, 2, 3,- A.C.E. 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing League 4, Minneiska Staff 3, 4,- A.W.S. 4,- Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4,- Scrooby 1, 2, 3, 6,- Hawkenes 4. ROGERS, MARLENE Janesville, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 4,- Thespians l, 2, 3, Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4,- Mercier 1, 2, 3,- Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3 Sec- reiaxyL 4. ROSS, MARILYN Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, Royal Purple Staff 4, Wesley 3, 4. RUST, CHARLES C. Whitewater, Wisconsin Liberal Axis Activities: Freshman Counselor 4,- Beia Zeta Beta 2, 3, 4 iVice-PresidentL SAWYER, RICHARD Waukesha, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHILLAK, JOHN R. Schofield, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Vets Club 3, 4, F.3.L.A. 3, 4,- Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Freshman Coun- selor 3. SCHLUETEH, CAndL Waterfown, Wisconsin Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 4,- Royal Purple Staff 1, 2, 3, Treble Clef l, W.A.A. 1,- Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, L.S.C.S. l, 2. SCHOENHAAR, DONALD R. Oak Creek, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Football Squad 2, 3, 4, Vets Club 2, 3, 4,- Track 2. SCHROEDER, KAROL Watertown, Wisconsin Academic Activities: W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, A.W.S. 4,- L.S.A. 1, 2, 3,- Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 iSecre- laryi, Freshman Counselor 3, 4. SCHUERMAN, BLANCHE Burlington, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A.C.E. 1, Royal Purple Staff 1 iAs- sistant Circulation Manageri, iCir- culation Managexj 2, 3, 4, Thes- pians 1, A.W.S. 1, Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 iSocial Chairmanh Mar- cie: 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHWENTNER, JAMES Wausau, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Vets Club 3, 4 iSecreiaryi, Mercier 3, 4, Pi Kappa Delta 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. SCOBIE, NANCYE Janesville, Wisconsin Primary Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, A.C.E. 2, 3, 4, Minneiska Staff 3, 4, Royal Purple Staff 4 iAssisian! Circula- tion Manageri, Thespians 1,- Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 iSergeam-at-Armsh Wesley l,- Hawkeues 3, 4, Orches- tra 1, 2, 3. SCOTT, FAYE Tomah, Wisconsin Business Education Activities.- F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- L.S.A. 1, 2, 3 iTreasurerL 4 iPtogram Chaitmani, Pi Omega Pi 3, 4,- Freshman Coun- selor 2, 3, 4. SCOTT, JOAN Janesville, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Tennis Team 2, 3, 4 iReporteri, Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4. SELL, ROSEMARY Sullivan, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A.C.E. l, 2, 3 iPresidenti, 4, Bowl- ing League 4, W.A.A. l, 2 i'l'reas- urerL 3 iPresidentL 4, Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3 thd Vice- Presidenii, 4 12nd Vice Presidenm L.S.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. SHEPARD, JOHN A. Elkhorn, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Bowling League 4, Vets Club 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Beta Alpha Sigma 4. ' 183 SIX, DONNA Clarendon Hills, Illinois Primary Activities: A.C.E. 4; Scrooby 1, 2, 3; Hawk- eites 2, 3, 4. SLICKER, RUS Stevens Point, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 3; Debate 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3 1President1, 4 1President1; Inter-Dormitory Coun- cil 3. SMOODY, MARY ANN Ripon, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Minneiska Staff 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. l, 2; Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3 1Assis- tent Treasured; Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 1Treasurer1; Orchestra 3, 4. SOLTIS, PHILLIP Glen Flora, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: A.C.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Mercier 4. SPIES, DAVE Cudahy, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Football Squad 2, 3, 4 1Co-Capiain1; Homecoming Royalty 3; "W" Club 2, 3, 4 1Secreiary1; Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3 1Sergeant-ai-Arms1, 4. STRAND, DARLENE Wausaukee, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Royal Purple Staff 2, 3; Student Council 4; Thespians l; Treble Clef 1; Who's Who 4; F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Zeta 3, 4; Wesley 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 Same- 1ary1; Freshman Counselor 2, 3; International Club 1, 2 1Secretary1. STRAND, WILLIAM Iron Mountain, Michigan Business Administration Activities: Student Council 4; F.B.L.A. l, 4; Delta Kappa 2, 3 1Treasurer1, 4; Wesley 1, 2 1Treasurer1, 3 1Presi- denn, 4; Beta Alpha Sigma 4; Delta Kappa Choir 3, 4 1Treasurer1. STREY, JIM Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Academic Activities:Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Wits 3, 4; Scrooby 3, 4; Orchestra 3. SVEOM, JON RICHARD Brodhead, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Thespians 1; Wits 4; L.S.C.S. 1. SWANSON, CAROL Beloit, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Bowling League 4; W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 1Secretary1; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. TELETZKE, DOUGLAS Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Beta Alpha Sigma 4. 184 THOMPSON, ROBERT Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 1, 2, 4; Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4; ?.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Beta Alpha Sigma 3, 4. TIMM, DELORES J. Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3,- Homecoming Klumb Girl 4; Junior Prom Royalty 3; Student Council 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; A.W.S. 1, 2, 3 1Txeasurer1; F.B.L.A. 1, 2 1Secretary1, 3 1Convention Chair- man1, 4; Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3 1Activi- lies ChairmanL 4 Wresidenn; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Coun- selor 2, 3, 4. TOBER, KEITH Rhinelander, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Vets Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.3.L.A. 4. TRACY, GEORGIANA Whitelaw, Wisconsin Business Education Activiiies: Treble Clef l; F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Mercier 1, 2. TRAUTH, RONALD Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Della Kappa 2, 3; L.S.C.S. 1. TREWYN, MARY E. Whitewater, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, 2; Bowling League 4; Homecoming Commiitee 2, 3, 4; Minneiska Staff 1, 2 1Lay-ou1 Edi- tor1, 3 1Ediror1, 4 1Edilor1; Student Council 2, 3 iSecreiaryh Treble Clef 1; Who's Who 4; A.W.S. 1; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 1Corresponding Secreiaryh Scrooby 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Coun- selor 3; Student Union Council 4. TRUMBOWER, WAYNE A. Pardeeville, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Football Squad 1; Vets Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Phi Chi Epsilon 1, 2, 3 1Treasurer1, 4. UNDERWOOD, ROBERT H. Whitewater, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 2, 3; Class Secre- tary 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Student Council 2; F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3 1Secreiary1, 4. VANDE SAND, JAMES Burlington, Wisconsin Business Education Activiiies: Homecoming Committee 2, 3 1Treasurex1, 4 iTreasurerh Min- neiska Staff 3, 4 Sports Editorh Royal Purple Staff 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3 1Txeasurer1, 4 1Vice-Presi- dent1; Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3 1Record- ing Secretaryl, 4 1Corresponding Secretaryh Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 iVice-Presidenn; Who's Who 4. VICK, JEAN Janesville, Wisconsin Primary Ackivities: A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Minneiska Staff 3; Treble Clef 1; Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Scrooby 1, 2, 3, 4. VOGEL, BARBARA Madison, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 1, 4; W.A.A. l, 2; Scrooby 4. VREDEVELD, GERRIT JAMES Randolph, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 4; Band 3; Sludent Council 4; Vets Club 2 iPresidentL 3, 4; Who's Who 4; P.B.L.A. 4; Freshman Counselor 2; Beta Alpha Sigma 4; Men's Chorus 3 1Presideni1, 4. VREELAND, JOAN Eagle River, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 2, 3 1Secretary1; F.B.L.A. 1; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 1Treasurer1; Freshman Counselor 3, 4. WALTER, SALLY Juda, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3 1Libra- rian1, 4; A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling League 4; Thespians 2; Alpha Gamma Delta 3, 4 1Corresponding Secretaryh Scrooby l, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. WASGIEN, BARBARA Janesville, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activilies: A.C.E. 4; Bowling League 4; Junior Prom Queen 3; Thespians 1; A.W.S. 2; Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 1Secretary1; Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4; Hawkenes 3, 4; Freshman Coun- selor 2, 3. WEDEWARD, TOM Waterloo, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: Basketball Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- ball Team 4; ""W Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3. WEGNER, LUCILLE Lima Center, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: ?.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, 4; Scrooby 4; Beta Alpha Sigma 4. WERNER, NANCY Eagle, Wisconsin Primary Activities: Treble Clef 1, 2; Alpha Gamma Delta 3, 4. WESEMANN, MARY Watertown, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Pximary . Activities: A.C.E. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 1Secre- 1ary1; Who's Who 4; A.W.S. 3, 4 iVice-Presidenih Delta Zeta l, 2, 3, 4 12nd Vice-Presidenth Scrooby 2, 3 Wice-PresidenH, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Freshman Counselor 4. WESSLEN, MARY JOY Athens, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Band 1, Bowling League 4,- Junior Prom Royalty 3, Royal Purple Staff 1, 2, Treble Clef l, F.B.L.A. 3, 4,- Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3 iSeXgeani-al- Armsi, 4 iPresidenn, Mercia: l, 2, 3, 4, Hawkenes 3, 4. WESTERN, CARLYLE Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Elementary Activities: Homecoming Committee 3,- Thes- pians 3, 4, Theta Alpha Phi 4,- Campus Coeds 1, 2, 3, Wesley 1, 2. WHITMORE, JUDITH ANN Elkhom, Wisconsin Kindergarten-Primary Activities: A.C.E. 2, 4, Bowling League 4,- Recreation Comminee 2, 3,- Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4 iRecording Secretaryi, L.S.A. 1, Hawketies 2, 3, 4. WILDE, CHARLES Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Photographer 3, 4,- Audio Visual 3, Delta Kappa l, 2, 3, 4. WILDE, ROBERT Menasha, Wisconsin Business Education Aclivities: Homecoming Committee I,- F.B.L.A. 3, 4. WILKINSON, MARY Bamboo, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: A Cappella Choir 1, 2 4Librarian1, 3, 4, Royal Puxple Staff 2, 3, A.W.S. 4, P.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- A1- pha Sigma 2, 3, 4 iSecretaryh Scrooby 1, 2, 3, 4,- Freshman Coun- selor 3, 4. WINTHER, MARY Whitewater, Wisconsin Primary Activities: A.C.E. 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Class Secretary 1,- Stuclent Council 4 lSecretaryi, Who's Who 4,- Sigma Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrooby 1, 2, 3, 4, Pxeshman Counselor 3. WOODS, DAVID S. La Crosse, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Vets Club 2, 3, 4 1Txeasurer1, Beta Alpha Sigma 4. WORDEN, KAREN Racine, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Bowling League 3, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3 iSecre- tary-TreasurerL 4 iMissionary Sec- retaryh W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4 Re. porteri. YORK, KAREN Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Academic Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, Bowling League 4,- Debate 2,- Wils 3, Delta Zeta 2, 3 IParliameniariani, 4; L.S.A. l, Scrooby 2, 3, Freshman Counselor 2, 3, Orchestra 2 ZOLKOWSKI, GERALD Menasha, Wisconsin Business Education Activities: Bowling League 2, 3, 4; Football Squad 1, 2, ""W Club 1, 2, 3, 4,- F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,- Sigma Tau Gamma l, 2 tVice-Presidemi, 3, 4, Mercia: 1, 2, 3, 4. ZUHSE, PHILIP J. Clintonville, Wisconsin Business Administration Activities: A Cappella Choir 3, 4 iVice-Presi- denti, Band 3, 4,- F.B.L.A. 4,- Delta Kappa 3, 4 iRecording Secretaryi; Men's Chorus 3, 4 iVice-Presidenti. ZURKOWSKI, THOMAS MARK Palmyra, Wisconsin Liberal Arts Activiiies: Freshman Counselor 3, 4,- Beta Zeta Beta 3, 4. ZWIEG, FLOYD Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Business Education STUDENT INDEX Abraham, Suellen, 138 Ackerman, Ralph, 44 Adelman, Sandra, 144 Adler, Arlene, 36, 40, 55, 65 Adler, Richard, 145 Agnew, Norene, 25, 28, 53, 67, 143 Albrechi, Allen, 134 Albrighison, Robert, 149 Alden, Richard, 136 Alicia, Angelo, 44 Allen, Carole, 134 Allen, Earl, 87, 145 Allen, Judith, 141 Allen, Myron, 139 Alm, Peter, 38 Alienburg, Irene, 40, 57, 110, 112, 146 Amborn, Gilbert, 143 Amend, Laurence, 80, 114, 141 Ames, Phyllis, 25, 40, 68, 137 Ames, Vera, 67 Amundsen, Donald, 145 Andersen, Patricia, 70 Anderson, Carl, 140 Anderson, Cedric, 32, 114, 137 Anderson, Celeste, 68, 116, 143 Anderson, David, 86, 149 Anderson, Jeanette, 32, 40, 68, 139 Anderson, Karen, 9, 25, 46, 67, 143 Anderson, Kaxen J., 137 Anderson, Kenneth, 149 Anderson, Michael, 94, 139 Anderson, Shannon, 9, 23, 136 Anderson, Stephen, 138 Andrews, Nancy, 137 Annis, Mary Lou, 29, 35, 50, 70, 148, 149 Anton, Ronald, 99, 100, 138 Apfelbeck, Virginia, 39, 52, 111, 143 Aplin, Louise, 33, 38, 137 Arenz, Dale, 44, 147 Arndt, Robert, 77, 147 Asmann, Gerald, 98, 149 Asmann, Katherine, 138 Athas, Judith, 60, 137 Atkinson, Robert, 144 Augustine, Mary, 138 Aumann, Donna, 141 Babcock, Diane, 9, 21, 23, 25, 46, 67, 146 Babcock, Glenn, 136 Bahcock, James, 33, 34, 137 Bacon, Robert, 149 Baehler, Mary, 134 Bailey, Roberi, 141 uaker, Leo, 137 Balis, Susan, 29, 31 Banaszak, Fred, 32, 137 Banker, Carolyn, 137 Bardeen, Barbara, 10, 33, 63, 64, 149 Barnwell, Gordon, 76, 95, 149 Barribeau, William, 52, 136 Barry, Kathryn, 116, 137 Bartelt, Gloria, 36, 38, 140 Barlelt, Peter, 134 Bartolameolli, Karen, 25, 74, 134 Barton, Ronald, 34 Bariz, Donna, 111, 149 Bass, Kay, 146 Batker, James, 87, 146 Bauer, Dan, 139 Bauer, Judy, 33, 137 Bauman, Albert, 144 Bauman, Robert, 147 Baumann, Merlin, 142 Beard, Sybil, 139 Beardsley, Esther, 150 Beaulier, James, 144 186 Backer, Carol, 54, 68, 117, 142 Becker, Mary Alice, 28, 31, 35, 134 Beckman, Barbara, 40, 146 Beecher, William, 81, 141 Beade, Karen, 139 Beer, Grant, 137 Beggs, Barbara, 150 Beggs, Mary Kay, 66, 67 Behrend, John, 134 Beining, Catherine, 52, 71. 139 Beischel, Dean, 114, 150 Beistle, James, 108, 143 Belde, Hildegard, 35, 65, 145 Benavente, Julia, 144 Benedict, Spencer, 56, 150 Bengston, Sonja, 142 Banner, Lani, 137 Bennett, Bruce, 99 Bente, Barbara, 112, 150 Bentheimer, James, 150 Berendsen, Donald, 84, 93, 113, 147 Bamau, John, 29, 31, 34, 137 Bernstein, William, 150 Bertrand, Cecile, 36, 135 Beske, Shirley, 36, 41, 142 Best, Gayle, 22, 25, 69, 150 Bicket, Philip, 31, 144 Bicksler, Richard 145 Biege Robert, 34, 94 Bigelow, Mary, 32, 50, 150 Birtzer, Larry, 146 3112, Jane, 144 Bjorwestad, Maurice, 138 Blaese, Kathleen, 73, 146 Blask, Daniel, 135 Bluske, Monte, 23, 26, 37, 77, 147 Boettcher, Bruce, 139 Bohi, Janette, 60 Bohm, Arthur, 33, 94, 113, 138 Bohman, Helen, 52, 88 Boll, Thomas, 54, 134 3011:, Judith, 40, 112, 137 Bonsack, Barbara, 146 Bopp, Terrence, 136 Borst, Nancy, 59, 60, 136 Bosley, Susie, 70, 151 Bosman, Robert, 11, 33, 76, 77, 108, 114, 145 Bossler, Fem, 142 Bower, Eileen, 39, 143 Boylan, John, 87, 98, 108, 141 Bradley, Lawrence, 80, 113, 141 Brandt, Ronald, 134 Branum, Cynthia, 13, 52, 65, 139 Brassington, Carole, 151 Braun, Beverly, 52, 146 Breaker, Matthew, 135 Brennan, Francis, 134 Brennan, Sam, 70, 145 Brings, Bernard, 38, 147 Brinelli, James, 87, 108 Brinelli, Joseph, 33, 52, 134 Brinon, Marion, 36, 141 Brock, Bruce, 80, 145 Brooks, Lois, 139 Brooms, Mary, 67 Brosieau, John, 98, 108, 143 Brosteau, Michael, 136 Brotzman, Gene, 151 Brown, Fayrene, 26, 67, 151 Brown, James, 74, 86, 108, 151 Brown, Judith, 138 Brown, Susan, 145 Bruce, Barbara, 28, 29, 69, 117, 148, 151 Bruecher, Jeanine, 52, 88, 116, 151 Brukardi, Shirley, 9, 67, 141 Brunette, Jeanne, 10, 21, 29, 35, 53, 64, 116 Brunkow, Mary, 65, 138 Bruss, Sandra, 74, 135 Buchholz, Donna, 38, 55, 88, 93, 145 Buckley, Sandra, 145 Bulkow, Jane, 10, 67, 141 Bullamore, Donald, 10, 87, 141 Bullard, Beverly, 90, 143 Bunk, Tom, 138 Bunzel, James, 95, 144 Buroff, Chrisiine, 38, 144 Burpee, Eileen, 151 Burpee, Richard, 151 Burns, John, 80, 141 Burthe, Lois, 25, 71, 137 Burton, David, 94, 147 Buss, Judith, 59, 111, 137 Butcher, Richard, 45 Cahush, Daniel, 60 Cahn, Robert, 147 Calhoon, Conalee, 39, 57, 111, 143 Calvert, Marvel, 90, 147 Campbell, Bonny, 67, 146 Campbell, Jeanette, 9, 66, 67, 152 Campbell, Richard, 152 Campbell, William, 139 Camplin, David, 23, 26, 80, 89, 148, 152 Carlson, La Verne, 36, 39, 59, 88, 112, 152 Carpenter, Donald, 139 Cary, William, 152 Casey, John, 152 Casper, David, 62, 85 Cassidy, David, 106 Cales, Jeanette, 40, 57, 70, 146 Cease, John, 44 Cesario, Glen, 84 Chandler, Carl, 140 Chapman, William, 152 Charles, Mary, 142 Charles, Patricia, 52, 74, 134 Chase, James, 137 Chase, Lois, 137 Cheri, Richard, 34, 143 Chilton, Norman, 81 Christiansen, Gerald, 87, 99 Christison, Catherine, 135 Christy, Joan, 138 Chopp, Holle, 50, 64, 144 Church, Roger, 137 Cieslukowski, Patricia, 36, 74, 136 Cimarosii, Jerry, 80, 113, 142 Clark, James, 99, 144 Clark, Kathleen, 47, 135 Clay, Kathryn, 46, 70, 143 Cleminson, Robert, 140 Clifton, Aaron, 28, 31, 134 Clunie, Mary, 33, 35, 41, 50, 89, 152 Coburn, Lorena, 29, 31, 35, 134 Cohn, Robert, 80 Collins, Thomas, 84, 144 Colombe, Clarence, 77, 152 Condon, James, 144 Conklin, William, 99, 100 Connell, Michael, 138 Conners,Stephen, 140 Conway, Dennis, 135 Conway,Sara, 134 Cooper, Carol, 142 Copper, Frances, 41, 146 Corda, Gerald, 153 Cosgrove, Carol, 143 Cosligan, Patricia, 11, 24, 72, '13, 146 Coulthari, Charles, 11, 99, 101, 108, 145 Courtice, Nancy, 41, 64, 110, 146 Cox, David, 28, 48, 76, 145 Cox. Lorna, 135 Coyle, John, 141 Craig, Delos, 98 Cramer, Joyce, 89 Crandall, William, 32, 34, 76, 77, 144 Crary, Charles, 33, 34, 80 Cronick, Joseph, 54, 135 Cronin, Phyllis, 37, 59, 112, 145 Crowns, Dee Ann, 64, 142 Cuene, Rosemary, 22, 70, 153 Cull, Roberta, 45 Cummings, Terry, 34, 137 Cunningham, Bette, 24, 51, 66, 117, 148, 153 Cummingham, Sharon, 28, 68, 143 Cushman, Max, 135 Czoschke, Howard, 138 Dah1, Cheryl, 134 Dahlke, David, 29, 34, 55, 142 Dahms, Deborah, 141 Dallman, Patricia, 153 Dalton, John, 139 Dammann, Jean, 73, 117 Davies, Gary, 38, 50, 76, 153 Davies, John, 153 Davies, Mary Lou, 153 Davis, Birney, 95 Davis, Bruce, 56, 81, 147 Davis, Larry, 79, 99, 100 Davis, William, 98 DeBock, Carol, 41, 57, 70, 116, 146 DeCosier, Ann, 23, 38, 69, 88, 146 DeFries, Nancy, 65, 136 Dehler, James, 49, 84, 113 Deichl, Anton, 95, 98 Deisi, Mary Lou, 70, 116, 153 DeLisle, Patricia, 31, 139 DelPome, Dan, 140 Dempsey, Thomas, 44 DeMund, Mary Lou, 32, 67, 146 Densch, Beverly, 42, 93, 153 Denzer, Marleni, 116, 141 DeSombre, Sandralee, 44, 49, 112, 142 Dettmer, Eloise, 58, 154 Denmering, Janet, 67, 109, 117 DeVine, Ronald, 141 Dhein, Herbert, 146 Dibble, Leroy, 38, 44, 92, 95, 154 DiBiase, Phyllis, 70, 146 Dickinson, Mildred, 36, 138 Dickmann, Kay, 41, 139 Diiimer, Ruth, 28, 31, 71, 140 Dixon, Judy, 136 Dobson, Joyce, 57, 68, 141 Dolisrer, James, 135 Dornacher, Laurence, 42, 45, 77, 147 Dose, Richard, 80, 143 Dosemagen, Tom, 57, 138 Dons, Barbara, 35, 50, 141 Draeger, Judith, 55, 135 Drew, James, 23 Dries, Irene, 21, 26, 41, 46, 53, 62, 67, 145 Drum, Stanley, 84 Drumm, Beverly, 37, 44, 50, 92, 111, 116, 145 DuBord, William, 54, 134 Dunham, Richard, 44, 95 Dunlavy, Dorothy, 30, 138 Dunn, Susan, 134 Dunwiddie, Dorothy, 144 Dwinell, William, 143 Dyer, Dellora, 28, 31, 36, 136 Dyson, Robert, 138 Dziedzic, Elaine, 52, 138 Eaton, Patricia, 52, 135 Eberhardt, Jim, 9, 87, 99, 108 Eberhardt, Richard, 154 Eberhardy, Karen, 135 Eben, Kenneth, 138 Edwardson, Richard, 134 Edwards, Roger, 142 Egeness, Clayton, 76, 154 Egstad, Marlene, 10, 64, 116, 154 Ehren, Joseph, 29, 84, 144 Ehren, Virginia, 29, 38, 51, 54, 64, 111, 145 Eidenberger, Carol, 73, 154 Eichman, Thomas, 114, 134 Ekdahl, Bruce, 114 Ekdahl, Carol, 70, 117, 154 Elbert, Steven, 10, 11, 45, 84 Ellingson, James, 154 Elliott, Beverly, 38, 46, 50, 64, 145 Elliott, Judith, 146 Ellis, Herbert, 44, 45, 93, 154 Ellis, Ronald, 45, 155 Ellis, Shirley, 155 Endres, Roy, 52, 134 Engel, Thomas, 136 Eugen, David, 76, 142 Enloe, Linda, 136 Erickson, Jill, 37, 59, 141 Erickson, John, 28, 29, 31, 155 Erickson, Roy, 155 Esser, James, 140 Essock, Harry, 32, 144 Etheridge, Kay, 155 Etzelmueller, Kenneih, 38, 56, 76, 91, 114, 155 Eyrich, Sylvia, 144 Fadness, Sylvia, 136 Fairfield, Diana, 134 Fardy, Kathleen, 33, 53, 142 Farley, Nevin, 137 Farrah, Bonita, 73 Fasano, Sandee, 53, 68, 116, 136 Fausch, Harlan, 84, 144 Fee, Roberta, 135 Feeney, John, 135 Feast, Joe, 80, 155 Fehling, Karen, 134 Feiter, Mary, 31, 70 Fenske, Ralph, 56, 95, 155 Ferg, Gordon, 76, 144 Ferkey, Duane, 145 Ferguson, Donald, 138 Fess, David, 137 Fetherston, Wallace, 80 Finck, Darvin, 114, 134 Fischer, Kenneth, 143 Fischer, Patricia, 37, 70, 145 Fisher, Jerry, 81, 106, 108 Fisher, Sally, 143 Fitzpatrick, Dennis, 46, 87 Fixmer, John, 146 Flanagan, Lawrence, 142 Fleischfresser, Janet, 28, 31, 60, 136 Florence, Conny, 10, 32, 70, 141 Fons, Kathleen, 53, 138 Formanek, George, 29, 31 Foss, Judith, 142 Frank, Judy, 46, 50, 73, 117, 141 Frank, Mary, 50, 93, 146 Frankie, Karen, 38, 60, 88, 155 Frederickson, Char1es, 139 Freng, Lynell, 71, 142 Frey, Carol, 139 Friedland, Karen, 138 Friisch, Jerome, 144 Frodl, Marie, 52, 138 Froehlich, Suzanne, 59, 141 Froehlke, Helen, 13, 54, 72, 73, 147 Fulcer, Lloyd, 137 Fuller, Michael, 134 Gadwill, Peggy, 39, 53, 64, 112, 143 Gallagher, Carol, 32, 134 Gallup, Jacquelyn, 68, 117, 137 Gamroth, Thomas, 135 Ganoung, John, 33, 42, 84, 93 Guns, Leon, 81, 141 Gamer, Carl, 147 Gantenbein, Mary, 52, 156 Garens, Judith, 49, 116 Garvey, Penelope, 136 Gaurkee, Sandra, 139 Geddes, Beth, 74, 142 Geier, Robert, 139 Geiser, Virginia, 71, 139 Gendxich, Judiih, 37, 57 Georgalas, Tony, 44, 144 Gessert, John, 52, 81, 92, 147 Gessl, Ronald, 46, 85, 145 Ghering, Ronald, 52, 139 Gibson, Bruce, 32, 135 Gibney, Dean, 146 Giencke, Marion, 143 Gierach, Eileen, 36, 47, 136 Gilbertson, Karen, 21, 90, 112, 142 Gile, Carol, 40, 50, 143 Gile, Carol Ann, 40, 56, 116, 143 Gilles, Verne, 37, 91, 156 Gilliland, Marsha1l, 45 Gjeston, David, 29, 84, 113, 145 Glass, John, 145 Gleasman, Barbara, 67 Gliizky, Gerald, 32 Glowacki, Michael, 134 Glynn, Bonnie, 73, 144 Goessling, Judy, 32, 58, 89, 146 Gomber, Francis, 77, 95, 156 Goodsir, George, 94 Gourlie, Carol, 36, 137 Gourlie, David, 142 Graham, Kathleen, 52, 71, 139 Granik, Julianne, 32, 73, 116, 141 Green, Donald, 142 Gregory, Bridget, 33, 53, 134 Gregory, James, 136 Greiber, DarIene, 33, 143 Griffith, Suzette, 60 Grinde, George, 39, 59, 60, 156 Grove, Douglas, 50, 143 Grupe, Earl, 87, 91, 156 Gruver, Nancy, 32, 40, 143 Gue1dner, Donna, 32 Guelig, Jeanne, 39, 52, 111, 142 Gullickson, LaMoine, 135 Gunnelson, Mary, 22, 59, 143 Currie, Thomas, 76 Gutkowski, Gerald, 156 Haakenson, David, ,62, 79, 113, 156 Haakenson, Paul, 137 Haber, Thomas, 139 Haebig, Thomas, 32, 34, 54, 137 Haessly, Bonnie, 59 Hagan, Carole, 64, 112, 142 Hagan, Gerald, 62, 79, 114, 142 Hagen, Robert, 35, 114, 156 Hahn, Barbara, 157 Hahn, David, 135 Hallett, Raymond, I34 Halvorsen, Bonnie, 29, 73, 112, 117, 144 Hamann, John, 54, 138 Hamihon, Jane, 60, 140 Hamilton, Thomas, 10, 11, 37, 44, 53, 76, 148, 157 Haney, Richard, 139 Hanke, Joy, 25, 71, 137 Hanko, Richard, 22, 23, 52, 79, 145 Hanneman, David, 108 Hansky, Bill, 142 Hanson, Clarence, 157 Hanson, Nancy, 157 Hapke, Karen, 36, 60, 134 Harada, Carol, ll, 13, 47, 146 Harder, David, 137 Hardin, Helen, 134 Harding, Allan, 44, 87, 95, 157 Hare, Pairicia, 60, 140 Harlow, Rachel, 137 Harmon, Mary, 157 Harper, Linda, 30, 39, 63, 64, 145 Hartman, Linda, 41, 71, I43 Harvatine, Bruce, 142 187 Harwick, James, 145 Base, Mary, 32, 55, 144 Hassell, David, 52, 81, 95, 157 Hassell, Ronald, 52, 81, 141 Hauser, Jon, 138 Hauser, Kathleen, 73, 143 Hauser, Robert, 99, 100, 134 Hawkins, Bonnie, 138 Heard, Richard, 59, 135 Heck, Lucile, 29, 36, 38, 144 Hedberg, Sharon, 138 Heideman, Lee, 139 Heinisch, Beverly, 68, 137 Heit, Clarence, 157 Heitz, Harriet, 32, 41, 67 Hellert, Mary Jo, 10, 11, 33, 67, 117 Hellum, Perry, 33, 138 Henn, LaVem, 157 Henning, Helen, 36, 112, 137 Henning, Terry, 134 Henkel, Elizabeth, 53, 137 Henriksen, 1151, 135 Henriksen, Lorena, 136 Herbert, Craig, 76, 90 Herman, Barbara, 20, 39, 53, 158 Herman, David, 134 Herro, Joseph, 10, ll, 62, 86, 87, 108, 158 Heizel, Marilyn, 136 Higgins, Muriel, 36, 38, 52, 139 Hilkin, Celene, 52, 89, 145 Hille, Robert, 38, 143 Hillman, Friedo, 143 Hipke, Jack, 84, 158 Hiortland, Sandra, 137 Hoekman, Leroy, 138 Hoffman, James, 138 Hoffman, LaVem, 158 Hokkanen, Dale, 99, 101 Holden, Virginia, 22, 47 Holiord, John, 87, 95, 158 Hollander, Barbara, 158 Holopainen, Richard, 139 Holz, Daniel, 42, 140 Hookstead, Gwen, 158 Hooper, Mary, 143 Hoppe, James, 54, 87 Hoppe, Mary, 72, 73, 117, 145 Horlick, Alexandra, 49, 111 Horn, John, 23, 26, 37, 54, 76, 142 Horn, Richard, 57, 139 Hamburg, Hadley, 88, 148, 158 Hortsman, Roger, 139 Hosler, Phil, 158 Host, Mary, 138 Hothian, Alexandria, 140 Hotmm, Carol, 137 House, Carol, 49, 71, 139 Hougard, Ann, 22, 37, 54, 68, 142 Hrasky, William, 81, 94 Hron, James, 134 Hron, Richard, 81 Hubbard, Carol, 39, 111, 143 Hudson, Lynne, 139 Huebner, Dale, 87, 99, 101, 159 Huey, Shirley, 29, 31, 35, 52 Huffman, Beverly, 138 Hughes, Lois, 32, 135 Humke, Bxuce, 137 '11. Humphrey, Ruth, 59, 147 Hum, Marilyn, 42, 93, 141 Hunter, Roy, 48, 94, 147 Hutchinson, Betty, 53, '13, 116, 143 Hyland, Barbara, 52, 134 Hynes, Donna, 52, 143 Ingersoll, Robert, 29, 142 Ingwell, Steven, 139 Irwin, Linda, 37, 70, 145 Jackson, Joan, 70, 146 Jacobs, Bonnie, 29, 31, 135 188 Jacobs, Frederick, 134 Jacobs, Lynn, 114 Jacobs, Pete, 22, 134 Jacobsen, Sandra, 134 Jacobson, Ronald, 136 Jacobson, William, 26, 33, 34, 146 Jacoby, Donald, 141 James, Robert, 94 James, Susan, 73, 117, 159 Janowiak, Judith, 73, 147 Jansen, Richard, 147 Jensen, Thomas, 147 Jerabek, Joyce, 28, 29, 38, 63, 64, 116, 148, 159 Jesse, Robert, 135 Johnson, Carole, 137 Johnson, Carolyn, 36, 40, 59, 71, 144 Johnson, Donna, 74, 109, 139 Johnson, Donna, 143 Johnson, Joan, 111 Johnson, LeRoy, 140 Johnson, Nancy, 112, 138 Johnson, Roger, 9, 87, 99, 101, 114 Johnson, Tom, 135 Johnston, Keith, 139 Jones, Don, 28, 31, 35, 137 Jones, Helen, 68, 117 Jones, Richard, 159 Jorgensen, Mary, 57, 70, 146 Jung, Beverly, 143 Jusiin, Geraldine, 31, 54, 140 Kaempfler, Dave, 134 Kaepemick, Jack, 37, 76, 77, 147 Kaiser, Dewey, 39, 58, 60, 159 Kalscheur, Donald, 79, 113, 145 Kalscheur, Richard, 80 Kampo, Sherrine, 52, 159 Kanehl, Joy, 44, 63, 64, 145 Kant, Deanna, 62, 69, 117, 159 Kapp, Darlene, 20, 28, 35, 39, 59, 90, 159 Kara, Jacqueline, 142 1 Karlsen, Kathleen, 134 Karrer, Maxine, 36 Harrison, Jerome, 80 Kasprzak, Charles, 52 Haste, Barbara, 71, 135 Kaichenago, Reynold, 99, 134 Kaupanger, Sharon, 67, 117, 142 Kawaguchi, Geraldine, 136 Kayser, Helen, 37, 88 Kazarjian, John, 22, 134 Kearns, Jane, 140 Kearns, Michael, 134 Kedrowicz, Pauline, 38, 52, 70 Keepers, Pauline, 23, 30, 32, 35, 37, 50, 62, 66, 159 Kelleher, Mary, 67, 160 Kelleher, Patrick, 29, 31, 35 Kelly, Jerry, 145 Kelly, Judith, 25, 31, 59, 67, 142 Kelly, Marjorie, 26, 37, 57, 67, 91, 142 Kennedy, Kenneth, 147 Kerkman, Roger, 9, 87, 98, 101, 108, 160 Kerr, Helen, 29, 70 Kerr, Mary, 36, 57, 146 Kesler, Barbara, 41, 70, 146 Kessler, Carolyn, 28, 46, 62, 64, 145 Ketter, Sandra, 28, 35, 144 Kettle, Larry, 141 Kichefski, Brian, 134 Kielgas, Judy, 144 Kieraldo, Joe, 29, 31 Kierstyn, John, 52, 94, 113, 139 Kinateder, Carol, 145 Kinderman, Dale, 38 Kinna, John, 90 Kinyon, Harold, 32, 34, 160 Kissel, Renate, 47, 144 Kissinger, James, 37, 95, 160 Klade, Curt, 37, 57, 62, 76, 91, 148, 160 Klassy, Rosemary, 146 Klein, Carolyn, 134 Klemenko, Barbara, 70, 160 Klemp, Janice, 30, 41, 63, 64, 148, 160 Klemp, Joyce, 137 Kline, Ruth, 41, 64, 146 Klink, Roy, 160 Klinner, Kathryn, 35, 60, 148, 160 Klitzkie, Linn, 141 Klitzkie, Robert, 94, 137 Klockow, Carol, 134 Klug, Roger, 29, 31, 136 Klug, Ron, 81, 140 Knaak, Karen, 10, 24, 37, 50, 69, 146 Knudsen, Elizabeth, 73 Knurr, James, 135 Knun', Judith, 135 Koch, Dorothy, 40, 59, 144 Koch, Thomas, 138 Koenen, Hazel, 68, 134 Koeppen, Sharon, 142 Kohlmetz, Carol, 13, 67, 109, 117, 144 Kohlmeyer, Judy, 38, 54, 73, 117, 143 Kohls, Carol, 9, 73, 117, 161 Kolano, Sigmund, 52, 77, 99, 108, 146 Kolstad, Charles, 98, 101 Konieczka, Barbara, 53, 140 Kopplin, Leonard, 33, 34, 56 Kovars, Roxanne, 57, 134 Kozaki, Elaine, 161 Kraby, Beverly, 33, 40, 59, 111 Kraft, Shirley, 59, 146 Kxahn, Phillip, 57 Krans, Roger, 76, 114 Krause, Robert, 161 Kresl, Judy, 22, 30, 143 Krestan, Diana, 38, 53, 68, 143 Kronemaker, David, 54, 81, 146 Krosnicki, Gloria, 54, 68, 141 Kruck, George, 146 Krueger, James, 161 Krueger, Judy, 134 Krueger, LaVem, 135 Krueger, Ralph, 137 Krug, James, 29, 35, 144 Krupke, Carol, 38, 143 Kuebli, Janet, 57, 67, 141 Kuehn, Dianne, 22, 41, 52, 64, 146 Kuester, Richard, 9, 51r 54, 89, 94, 108, 113, 148, 161 Kuhnke, Roger, 81, 95 Kumlien, Thomas, 31, 141 Lacke, Tom, 54, 142 Ladwig, Dennis, 9, 87, 142 Ladwig, Richard, 99 Ladwig, Susan, 71, 140 Lamberton, Ronald, 161 Lance, Lyle, 139 Landi, Francis, 23, 81 Lang, Philip, 161 Langer, LaVem, 33, 34, 37, 51, 77 LaPalke, Bonnie, 116 Lapp, Nancy, 116 Larson, Pal, 140 Larson, Robert, 58 Latham, Bud, 87, 142 Lauersdoxi, Delores, 37, 88, 146 Leack, David, 136 Leary, Barbara, 13, 53, 54, 73, 145 Lesser, Zita, 54, 134 Lefebvre, Rose Marie, 21, 37, 88, 161 Leffin, James, 161 Lehman, Helen, 73 Lehnert, Monrico, 35, 135 Leipold, Kenneth, 106 Lemke, Charlene, 146 Lenaas, John, 134 Leonard, Margie, 60, 135 Lepak, Ralph, 53 Lets, Sharon, 25, 52, 71, 134 Lev, Samuel, 106 LeVine, Kathy, 68 Lewis, Janene, 67, 162 Lia, Lorraine, 74, 147 Lillevold, Phyllis, 22, 59, 88, 145 Lindas, Jerry, 80 Lindsey, Arvis, 138 Linski, Conrad, 141 Lisowski, Linus, 37, 52, 95, 162 Liszewski, Maxine, 134 Litzler, Richard, 49, 77, 145 Lloyd, Janet, 32, 57 Loehndorf, Jill, 36, 139 Logan, Ann, 25, 144 Logemann, Russell, 134 Lohry, Judith, 41, 142 Lonig, Alice, 162 Louis, Dorothy, 29, 38, 52, 64, 145 Loverine, Denis, 141 Lucchi, Julene, 40, 60, 142 Ludtke, Carol, 33, 38, 139 Ludwig, Judith, 22, 65, 134 Ludwig, Richard, 162 Luebke, Carol, 64, 162 Lueck, Dick, 98, 101 Luedtke, Allen, 162 Lund, Barbara, 22, 38, 47, 71, 144 Lund, Donald, 87, 106, 108, 162 MacDonald, Gary, 146 MacDonald, Gerald, 49 MacDonald, Sandra, 141 Machkovech, Leonard, 52, 138 Machut, Grace, 90, 163 Mackin, Thomas, 147 Madden, Peter, 98, 138 Madsen, Irv, 163 Mahnke, William, 32, 146 Maibaum, Mona, 67, 117, 146 Malsch, Jane, 31, 64, 143 Maly, Kathy, 22, 41, 52, 70, 146 Mandel, Marlys, 39, 50, 143 Mame, Myra, 25, 110, 112, 163 Mares, Carmella, 52, 143 Mares, Marie Ann, 139 Margelofsky, Ronald, 142 Markus, Mary, 148, 163 Marousek, Howard, 56 Marquardt, Douglas, 39, 44, 48, 76, 91, 164 Marquardx, Jane, 70, 116, 141 Marsden, Joy, 36, 57, 141 Marshall, Alan, 141 Martens, Betty, 52, 70, 116, 146 Marti, Dorothy, 38, 142 Martin, Beverly, 35, 60, 137 Marlinex, Dean, 138 Mason, Louis, 164 Manei, James, 138 Mattei, Phil, 38, 143 Matters, Gerald, 45 Matthews, Sue, 29, 31 Mani, Leila, 164 Mans, Carol, 138 Marzke, Robert, 50, 141 Maurer, Karen, 136 Maves, Carl, 147 Mayer, James, 29, 34, 76, 77, 145 Mayhew, Leland, 28, 39, 146 McCarthy, Jeremiah, 95 McCarthy, Par, 80, 95, 114, 162 McCluskey, Kathleen, 22, 47, 70, 162 McConneH, Mary, 68 McCormick, Duane, 163 McCue, Richard, 163 McDermon, Anne, 135 McDermou, Sally, 142 McElroy, Thomas, 163 McGhee, Lawrence, 52 McGlee, James, 134 McGregor, Peter, 142 McIntyre, Walter, 95 McKay, Janice, 36, 142 McKilligin, George, 49, 89, 14B, 163 McKinney, Bruce, 113, 134 McLean, John, 28, 31, 137 McMahon, Brian, 84 McMahon, Joseph, 136 McMahon, Caroline, 33, 41, 64, 163 McMenomy, Thomas, 34, 37, 52, 91, 141 McNealy, Sandra, 74, 140 Mehlberg, Karen, 134 Meier, Eugene, 134 Meissner, John, 52, 114, 139 Merrill, Jimmie, 135 Merson, Frank, 164 Messmer, Judy, 36, 57, 143 Messerschmidt, Jean, 138 Messner, Matthew, 52, 106, 141 Meurer, Merrillan, 135 Meyer, Judith, 164 Meyer, Kenneth, 141 Meyer, Marilyn, 51, 73, 143 Meyer, Nancy, 71, 146 Meyers, Gayle, 73, 117, 147 Middlestead, Travis, 33, 34, 136 Mildbrandt, Sharon, 71, 136 Miller, Alan, 54, 137 Miller, Glenda, 38, 50, 91, 147 Miller, Harry, 9, 22, 23, 137 Miller, Loren, 106, 164 Miller, Patricia, 33, 41, 59, 70, 146 Miller, Thomas, 32, 34, 53, 142 Minayoshi, Jean, 136 Miner, Keith, 139 Minucci, James, 44, 89, 113, 148, 164 Mitchell, Dennis, 140 Milchell, James, 135 Mitchell, Rose Marie, 70, 164 Miyabara, Myrtle, 164 Monday, Joseph, 32, 34, 54, 77, 144 Monroe, Mary, 22, 45, 52, 67, 116, 165 Moore, Ronald, 94, 113, 134 Montgomery, James, 136 Morkin, Edward, 34, 81, 114 Morris, Cathi, 67 Morris, Sandra, 53, 74, 143 Morrissey, Jean, 28 Morrow, James, 141 Morstadt, Frances, 165 Mossberg, John, 28, 84 Mossholder, Peggy, 57, 111, 144 Mounce, Danny, 136 Mount, Barbara, 70, 117, 165 Mouw, Edward, 165 Mucks, David, 29, 139 Muehl, Patricia, 42, 52, 71, 137 Mueller, Althea, 68, 138 Mueller, Ronald, 29, 147 Muelver, Sandra, 134 Muenchow, Sandra, 93 Mullane, Jerold, 165 Mullowney, Mary, 54, 112, 136 Mundschau, Joanne, 28, 31, 52 Murphy, Patricia, 136 Myers, Blythe, 139 Myren, Roger, 136 Myszewski, Michael, 90, 165 Nelson, Charles, 136 Nelson, David, 140 Nelson, Gerald, 44, 94, 165 Nelson, James, 113, 165 Nelson, John, 46, 84 Nelson, Josie, 67, 146 Nelson, Mary, 47, 74, 141 Nelson, Rolland, 138 Nelson, Ronald, 135 Nesbit, Les, 98, 100 Neu, Linda, 53, 139 Neuendorf, Janet, 28, 68, I41 Neumann, Allen, 95, 147 Neuman, Kenneih, 87 Neuperf, Jerold, 135 Neupert, Michael, 134 Nickolai, Murray, 136 Nielsen, John, 81, 142 Niemeier, John, 142 Niemi, Shirley, 31, 38, 59, 139 Niendorf, Robert, 34, 37, 77, 142 Noltner, Rita, 10, 11, 54, 62, 63, 64, 116, 165 Nordentoit, David, 98, 100 Nordentoh, Harold, 9, 87, 98, 100, 108 North, Jack, 59, 142 Norton, Donna, 60, 145 Nowatske, Barbara, 166 Nuspl, Joseph, 54, 136 Nysather, Peter, 147 O'Banion, James, 144 Obligato, Charles, 136 Ochalla, John, 166 O'Connell, Mary, 88, 145 Odaff, Gene, 147 O'Day, Mary, 53, 74, 140 Odelberg, Susan, 138 O'Donnell, Edward, 137 Oelstrom, Maxis, 37, 57, 112 O'Hearn, Judith, 73, 117, 145 Ohlgart, Judy, 35, 59, 89, 90, 92, 145 Okubo, Ellen, 38, 47 Olsen, Richard, 37, 77, 139, 146 Olson, Diana, 10, 11, 21, 25, 41, 70, 146 Olson, Joyce, 39, 144 Olson, Mary, 111, 136 Olson, Richard, 76, 91, 149 Olson, Ronald, 80, 143 Omori, Janet, 47, 70, 166 O'Neill, Joe, 138 Onson, Robert, 80, 166 Orchard, Elizabeth, 138 Orchard, Kathy, 64, 147 Orchard, Richard, 166 Orchard, William, 137 Owen, Sally, 73 Owens, Wayne, 85, 166 Pache, Nancy, 33, 67, 143 Paitrick, Marvin, 98, 101, 108, 142 Palmatier, Judy, 139 Palmer, Joseph, 137 Pann, Rosella, 71, 139 Parichy, Judith, 139 Parker, Mary Ann, 71, 135 Parkins, Arlene, 53, 64, 145 Parsons, Richard, 95 Partenheimer, Walter, 136 Patch, Judith, 22, 134 Patrick, Bruce, 33, 34, 134 Patten, Charles, 94 Paulin, Jerry, 80, 95, 98, 100 Paursch, Marilyn, 70, 147 Pavlic, Judy, 54, 146 Paynter, Arlene, 134 Paymer, Myron, 99, 100, 141 Pearson, Clark, 75, 77, 166 Pedersen, Diana, 92 Peich, Gerianne, 42, 68, 140 Peiffer, Larry, 141 Pelegrin, James, 88, 147 Pells, Diane, 138 Pexri, Ned, 87, 108 Perfzbom, Helen, 52, 139 Pervitsky, Jim, 38, 48 Peters, Ronnie, 143 Petersen, David, 80 Petersen, Donald, 95 Petersen, Donna, 29, 38, 63, 64, 111, 116, 145 Pelerson, Claudette, 57, 116, 166 Peterson, Constance, 135 Peterson, Constance L., 136 Peterson, Duane, 77 Peterson, Karen, 36, 141 Peterson, Laura, 136 Peterson, LeRoy, 95 Peterson, Maxine, 166 Peterson, Nancy, 33, 59 Peterson, Ronald, 59, 139 Peterson, Sonja, 32, 65, 143 Pen, Mary Ellen, 36, 40, 57, 65, 111, 140 Pfeifer, Lenora, 39, 167 Plleger, Janet, 32, 93, 142 Phelps, Barbara, 28, 167 Phelps, Carol, 28, 31, 73, 74, 134 Phipps, Jack, 55, 76, 77, 144 Piddington, Bruce, 139 Piemer, Nancy, 116, 167 Plans, Jon, 39, 106, 143 Plaushines, Joyce, 23, 26, 49, 73, 143 Pockelwald, Edward, 32, 34, 59, 60, 167 P0111, Kenneth, 114, 136 Poisl, David, 98, 100, 144 Pollack, Charles, 29, 87 Pollard, Lois, 31, 139 Polly, Roger, 135, 137 Ponyicsanyi, Jack, 143 Pets, John, 81, 95, 145 Portas, Rosemary, 136 Powell, Carl, 167 Powers, James, 145 Prentice, Gabriel, 144 Promenschenkel, James, 137 Propst, Rolland, 134 Ptak, Elsie, 10, 11, 62, 72, 73, 88, 117, 148, 167 Pufahl, Barry, 77, 142 Purdy, David, 80 3 Pursel, Sandra, 52, 70, 117 Pyle, Jetty Lou, 143 Quan, Carmen, 47, 167 Raabe, Donna, 31, 59, 60, 142 Rademan, William, 144 Radlofi, Mary, 33, 37, 88, 146 Radike, Bonnie, 136 Raeiher, Edward, 135 Ramminger, Anton, 139 Rasch, Shirley, 139 Rauscher, 110, 87, 108 Ready, Haven, 54, 138 Reetz, Janet, 134 Regez, Charles, 145 Rehse, Joan, 39, 141 Reich, Marion, 136 Reimer, Wallie, 29, 31, 74, 134 Rellahan, Michael, 49 Reniewicki, Ralph, 86, 108, 167 Rennhak, Helen, 36, 139 Reuther, Sally, 26, 38, 67, 143 Reynolds, Kathryn, 136 Reynolds, Robert, 146 Rhodes, Thomas, 168 Rich, Joan, 33 Rich, Paul, 47, 95, 139 Richards, Frank, 142 Rieck, Bonnie, 141 , Riedl, Irene, 37, 52, 111, 142 Riley, Kathleen, 66 Rink, Ellen, 168 Rinn, Lawrence, 58, 85, 168 Ripp, Vince, 53, 76, 98, 101, 146 Risse, Harold, 146 Riiacca, Sam, 10, 33, 84, 143 Riiger, Rita, 31, 53, 138 Ritger, Robert, 142 Re, In Suk, 47 Roach, Mary, 53, 135 Robbins, Harry, 136 Roberts, Larry, 29, 35, 39, 57, 76, 77, 91, 145 Roberts, Paul, 143 Roberts, Roberta, 68, 143 Rockwell, Betty, 41, 142 Rockwell, Joan, 21, 25, 30, 50, 66, 67, 168 Roehl, Glands, 143 Rogers, Marlene, 168 190 Rolli, Neil, 80, 147 Rolstad, Nancy, 68, 138 Rolston, Ned, 134 Ross, Betty, 31, 139 Ross, Judy, 65, 139 Ross, Marilyn, 22, 57, 168 Ross, Mary, 57, 71, 147 Roth, Charles, 49, 81, 95, 144 Rothschadl, Janice, 41, 142 Roum, Charles, 142 Rowe, Elizabeth, 142 Rowlands, Carol, 25, 28, 41 Rozelle, Dave, 168 Rubbo, Joan, 22, 38, 71, 135 Ruef, Joyce, 134 Runkle, Janet, 58, 71, 88, 145 Runzheimer, Karen, 22, 36, 47, 146 Rurey, Richard, 46, 52, 62, 75, 77, 91, 145 Rust, Charles, 90, 168 Ruzek, Darlene, 168 Ryan, Colleen, 39, 53, 64, 112, 143 Rychlak, Donald, 54, 113, 136 Ryer, Carolyn, 29, 31, 60, 140 Rygh, Barbara, 59, 142 Salchen, Gerald, 47 Salentine, Ruth, 41, 143 Salzwedel, Ruth, 70, 169 Sargent, Dorothy, 35 Saunders, Ann, 29, 73, 141 Sawyer, Richard, 95, 169 Sayles, Marlin, 139 Schadewald, Paul, 106 Schaefer, James, 37, 53, '17, 91, 146 Schafer, Richard, 9, 23, 136 Schaffer, Thomas, 135 Schallhorn, David, 142 Schallock, Juliane, 139 Scharine, Jane, 136 Scharine, Richard, 169 Schellpfeiiex, William, 113, 136 Scherrar, Arlene, 136 Scheunemann, Carol, 38, 59, 71, 90, 145 Schuenen, Marianne, 53, 136 Schied, Jerry, 38 Schill, Susan, 49, 73, 116, 143 Schillak, John, 88, 169 Schlegel, Robert, 113, 139 Schlise, Ronald, 141 Schlueter, Bruce, 142 Schlueter, Carol, 72, 73, 169 Schlueter, Howard, 77, 142 Schmahl, Judith, 134 Schmeling, Kenneth, 106 Schmidt, Eileen, 41, 59, 89, 110, 112, 146 Schmidt, James, 142 Schmidt, Ronald, 136 Schmidlkofer, Tom, 50, 81 Schmiiz, Bill, 144 Schmiiz, Thomas, 54, 84, 138 Schmocker, Janet, 135 Schneider, Betty, 136 Schneider, Gloria, 144 Schniiger, Joyce, 29, 73, 116, 143 Schoechert, Beny, 32, 40, 57, 112, 142 Schoemer, James, 29, 62, 85, 88, 145 Schoenhaar, Donald, 94, 95, 99, 169 Scholl, Elaine, 31, 41, 138 Schomburg, William, 143 Schopen, Maureen, 22, 38, 53, 64, 145 Schrank, James, 138 Schroeder, Edward, 138 Schroeder, Howard, 95, 144 Schroeder, John, 135 Schroeder, Judy, 67 Schroeder, Karol, 25, 89, 170 Schuenemann, Diana, 36, 40, 55, 142 Schuerman, Blanche, 53, 66, 170 Schultz, Donald, 52, 170 Schultz, Edwin, 28, 31, 59, 134 Schultz, Kay, 138 Schwartzlow, Jerry, 138 Schweers, Robert, 10, 84, 145 Schweitzer, Mary, 137 Schwemner, James, 94, 95, 170 Schwertieger, Julie, 9, 20, 25, 38, 69, 88, 117, 146 Scobie, Nancye, 30, 33, 66, 169 Scott, Alan, 22, 59, 136 Scan, Allie, 37, 52, 111, 143 Scott, Ann, 54, 136 Scott, Barbara, 31, 139 Scott, Dick, 87 Scott, Faye, 39, 58, 88, 169 Scott, Joan, 42, 93, 169 Searles, Rosemary, 144 Sebanc, Edward, 145 Sechnex, George, 136 Seidel, Kenneth, 146 Seider, Kaxen, 52, 109, 139 Selbach, Clayton, 52, 95, 113, 138 Sell, Rosemary, 41, 63, 64, 111, 116, 170 Sela, Irene, 47, 136 Severson, Joan, 35, 70, 145 Severson, Doris, 59, 70, 142 Seward, Robert, 141 Sexton, Richard, 139 Shannon, Mary, 52, 134 Shapiro, Stuart, 136 Sharapata, Johann, 30, 38 Share, Victor, 139 Shea, Terrence, 80, 114 Sheard, Gloria, 41, 50, 71, 143 Sheahan, Alice, 143 Sheehan, John, 140 Sheppard, Jack, 95, 113 Sheppard, Peter, 52, 136 Sheridan, Donna, 139 Shoemaker, Ann, 141 5110115, Jean, 111, 139 Sickels, Sharon, 136 Siebel, Allen, 76, 77, 91, 144 Siert, Edward, 136 Silk, James, 11, 80, 113 Simdon, Carolyn, 116, 139 Singh, Jaggie, 37, 47, 145 Sinnen, Herbert, 62, 87, 146 Sisk, Carl, 139 Six, Donna, 170 Skille, Arlene,128, 39, 59, 145 Skogstad, Michael, 39, 76, 91, 145 Skora, Richard, 142 Slicker, R115, 53, 92, 170 Smith, Donald, 32, 34, 94, 146 SmiIh, Gordon, 28, 31, 138 Smith, Karen, 142 Smith, Leslie, 53 Smith, Mitchell, 38, 145 Smithbock, Jill, 36 Smoody, Mary Ann, 29, 35, 52, 89, 112, 170 Snashall, Stephanie, 49, 68, 138 Soldner, Rose, 22, 39, 59, 111, 146 501115, Barbara, 28, 40, 112 501115, Phillip, 170 Sommers, James, 95, 141 Sommers, Jeanne, 37, 42, 68, 142 Soule, 13013, 140 Spaay, Glenn, 146 Spencer, Dale, 9, 23, 47, 94, 113, 134 Spies, Dave, 87, 98, 100, 171 Spredemann, Sharon, 32, 41, 55, 144 Spry, Nancy, 37, 116, 144 Siachowski, Cliff, 80 Stafford, Janis, 49', 74, 140 Stafeil, Barbara, 22, 41, 111, 146 Slaniszewski, Bob, 81 Stapelmann, Ronald, 80, 145 Stausk8, Willis, 33, 47, 55, 143 Steams, Don, 147 Steele, Charles, 50, 141 Steffen, Joe, 106, 140 Steinbrink, Donna, 23, 36, 41, 60, 71, 143 Steinke, Sharon, 136 Stengel, Suzanne, 37, 52, 142 Stemitzky, Mary, 111, 146 Stevens, Don, 48, 146 Stevenson, Jim, 147 Stevenson, Martha, 62, 73, 117, 147 Stewart, Marshall, 136 Stidham, Isabel, 25, 40, 71, 135 St. John, Sharon, 35, 136 Stobber, James, 137 Stoecker, Lynn, 139 Stone, Judy, 137 Stopa, Conrad, 141 Strand, Darlene, 23, 39, 70, 88, 148, 171 Strand, William, 23, 76, 171 Streich, Roger, 138 Stray, James, 28, 171 Strohbush, William, 139 Slronn, Kathleen, 138 Strozyk, Patricia, 53, 64, 145 Stuntebeck, Carolyn, 21, 22, 41, 52, 111, 145 Stute, Mary, 53, 139 Sues, Lynn, 36 Sullivan, Edward, 147 Sutton, Alice, 49 Sveom, Jon, 171 Swanson, Carol, 63, 64, 111, 171 Swartz, Edward, 84 Taguchi, Patricia, 47, 136 Takayama, Sarah, 47, 136 Taugher, Robert, 171 Taylor, Janice, 138 Taylor, Fat, 143 Taylor, Stanley, 28 Teletzke, Douglas, 171 Tenpenny, Joe, 29, 31, 53, 134 Tepp, Gene, 81, 146 Ternus, Kathy, 41, 68, 145 Tesch, Nancy, 29, 141 Tesch, Robert, 142 Teubert, Darlene, 28, 73, 116, 141 Thayer, James, 39, 77, 108 Thayer, Judith, 68, 137 Theisen, Kathy, 10, 73, 171 Thiers, Carol, 24, 33, 62, 69, 88, 145 Thom, Donald, 137 Thomas, Stephanie, 35, 74, 136 Thompson, Audrey, 33, 139 Thompson, Daniel, 52, 136 Thompson, Robert, 88, 113, 172 Thompson, William, 141 Thurston, John, 135 Timm, David, 47, 80, 141 Timm, Delores, ll, 38, 69, 117, 148, 172 Timmerman, Douglas, 10, 76, 142 Tisler, Mary, 36, 53, 134 Titus, Charles, 137 Tkacz, Joseph, 137 Tober, Keith, 172 Torsrud, Ross, 49, 137 Toih, Stephen, 139 Towne, Gale, 36 Tracy, Georgiana, 172 Tracy, James, 145 Tramer, William, 49, 94, 139 Traugon, Mada1ine, 68, 140 Trauth, Ronald, 172 Trautman, Mona, 47, 52, 137 Trecek, John, 139 Treleven, Carole, 25, 28, 31, 140 V Tremelling, Shelly, 134 . 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