Wenonah Yearbook - 1950

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Winona State Teachers College •

Winona, Minnesota

1950





Administration . . . . H Classes .. .. .... 14 Activities . . . . . . 44 Sports .. .... .. 64 Campus Life . . . . 76 Advertising . . . . . 86


NELS MINNE President On leove J on. 20

M. R. RAYMOND Science GLENN FISHBAUGHER D1rector of Teacher Troinmg ond Placement

MAURICE MARINER Dean of Men HELEN PRITCHARD Registrar

JOHN FULLER Deon of College MARGARET MILLER Nurse

MARGUERITA STEFFENSON Dean of Women LUTHER McCOWN Physical Educat1on

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AMANDA AARESTAD

Fifth Grode Supervisor

AGNES BARD

Music

MARGARET BERVEN

Physical Educot1on

HAROLD ANDERSON

Science, Mathematics

MILDRED BARTSCH

Rural Education

WILLIS BOOTS

English

LUTHER ARNOLD

Sc1ence

JAMES BECKER

Social Studies

EUGENE BRODHAGEN

Physical Educat ion

LYLE ARNS

Physical Educot1on

RALPH BEHLING

English

HUGH CAPRON

Industrial Educot1on


MARION DAVIS

JOSEPH EMANUEL

WALTER GRIMM

LESLIE GAGE

Primary Grades Superv1sor

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GERTRUDE FINCH

Business Administrot1on

Sc1ence

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EDWARD DAVIS

Social Studies

Span ish

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Music

PAULINE DAY

Sixth Grode Supervisor

MARY ELLEN FINK

Assistant Libronon

RICHARD HARRINGTON

Voice

KATHRYN DUNLAY

Second Grode Supervisor

OPAL FOSTER

First Grode Supervisor

FRED HEYER

Bond


GRACE HILER

Engl osh

ELTA KERN

Physocol Educotoon

WARREN MARLEY

Business Admonistrotoon

RODNEY HOBSON

Industrial Education

FLORENCE KROEGER

Home Economocs

MARJORIE MONROE

Phelps School Music Supervisor

FREDERICK JEDERMAN

History

RUDOLPH LOKENSGARD

Mathematics

FLORETTA MURRAY

Art

HELEN JONES

Phelps School Art Supervisor

DOROTHY MAGNUS

Speech

AUGUSTA NELSON

English


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LOUSIA FARNER

Rural Educotoon

RAY SCARBOROUGH

Geog raphy

JEAN TALBOT

Physical Education

SHIRLEY NESS

Business

Admonistrotion

JANET SCHMIDT

Lobrorion

MAGDA TALLE

Jun ior Hogh School Englosh

JAMES PRANGE

Junior High School Social Studies

RUTH SIMS

Kindergorden Supervosor

BERTHA TENHOFF

Second Grode Supervisor

E. L. RAGAR

Psychology

MAE SWEENEY

Fourth Grode Supervisor

MELVIN WEDUL

Junior Hig h School Principal


LORAINE CONAUGHn

Secretory MILDRED MOROUSHEK

Office Assistant

ANGEL YN DE GROOT

Assistant Accounton HILDA MUHLE

Secreto ry

ELIZABETH DONATH

Secretory BERNICE SAFRANEK

Office Ass1stont

MYRTLE KRATZ

Office Assistant WILLIAM SPETCH

Business Monoqer

One of the several Faculty Teas which are held throughout the year.




• • William F. Beseler

Winona Minnesota. Major: Business Administration. Minor: Moth. Activities: Commerce Club, Apollo C I u b, Mixed Chorus. Robert J. Clausen

St. Paul, Minnesota. Major: Physical Science. Minor: Mo th. Activities: "W" Club, Student Council, Y.R. L., Vets Club, T r a c k, I.R.C., Science Club, L.S.A. Walter Hohe nstein

Lake City, Minnesota. MaJor: Social Science. Minor: Psychology. Activities: Commerce Club, Debate, Gamma Delta, I.R.C., L.S.A., R a d i o Guild, Student Council, Wenonah, Y.R .L., Closs Officer.

Arthur M. Little

Decorah, Iowa . Major: Business Administration. Minor: Social Studies. Activities: Commerce Club, Vets Club. Roger Earl Grabau

Cresco, Iowa. Major: Business Administration. Minor: History. Activities: Commerce Club Indus trial Arts Club. '

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Gene P. Pelowski Wonona. Minnesota . MaJor. Business Admimstration M1nor : Soc1al Science. Activ1ties: Golf, Newman Club, I.R.C.. Commerce Club, "W" Club. Stanley Prokopowics Great Neck, New York . MaJor: Busoness AdministratiOn. Monor¡ History. Act1v1t1es: "W" Club, Commerce Club, Baseball, Football.

Joseph Solo Troy, New York Major: Social Stud1es Minor. Psychology. Activ1t1es: Transfer Student from Rusell Soge College. James Smoby Peterson, Minnesota. Mo,or. Busoness Administration, Social Science. M1nor. History. Activit1es ¡ Student Council, Y.D.L., IR.C., Commerce Club, Vets Club, L.S.A.

George Sondstede Minnesota C1ty, Monnesota. Major: Business AdministratiOn. Monor: Social Sc1ence Act1vit1es. "W" Club, Vets Club, G a m m a Delta, L S.A., Commerce Club, Football, Winonan. Milton Spencer Winona, Monnesota. Ma,or Busoness AdminiStration. Monor: t:t1story.


• Marvin Abh Fountoon Coty, Wosconson. Mo1or: Socool Scoence. Monor : History, Boologocol Scoence. Actovoties: Newman Club. Vayde n Anderson Harmony, Monnesoto. Motor: Physocol Educotoon. Monor : Moth, Social Scoence. Actovotoes: Student Council, Kappa Delta Po, L.S.A., Track, Football, Physical Educotoon Club. Morse Archer Menomonoe, Wisconson. Motor : E n gl o s h, Social Science. Activoties : Kappa Delta Pi, I.R.C. Pau l Andrejewski Wonono, Monnesoto. Motor: Hostory. Mnoor: Art, Socool Scoence. Actovotoes: Newman Club, I R.C., Commerce Club, Y.D.L., Vets Club. Henry Barte l Goodhue, Monnesoto. Major: Scoence. Monor: Moth, History. Actovities: Scoence Club, I.R.C., We s I e y Club, Apollo Club, Moxed Chorus. Erwin Bachler Winona, Minnesota Motor : Elementary Educot oon. Monor. Moth.


Enoth Bennett Lanesboro, M1nnesoto Mo1or Moth, Sc1encc. Mmor : Phy>ICOI Education. Act1v1lles. Football, Baseball.

Dan iel Besser 'Aopleton, Minnesota Mo1.Jr Phys1col Educot1on, Soc1ol Sc1ence. Mmor: Geography Act•v1t1es: "W' Club, Phys•col Educot1on Club, Footboll Basketball Tennis. Intramural Sports.

Mrs. Elaine Besser Fonboult. Mmnesoto . MaJOr . Moth Monor : Enghsh. Sponosh. Activot1cs: L.S.A., Science Club.

Martin Beyer Elgon. M1nnesoto. Major . Physocol Educotoon , Industno I Arts Actovot1es : "W" Club, Physocol Educotoon C I u b, lndustnol Arts Club, F o o t b a I I, Basketball, Track, Go I f, Boxing, Baseball.

Groce Blohm Lake City, Monnesoto . Mo,or· Elementary EducatiOn. Activotoes Mendelssohn. Moxed C h or u s, Who's Who. 1-fomecom1ng Queen Attendant.

Marion Brustuen Appleton, Minnesota. Mo,or: Physocol Educotoon. Monor: Biology, Hostory. Club, Activi toes: Scoence W A.A., Women's Physocol Educotoon C I u b, L.S.A.


Marilyn Bublitz

Winona, Minnesota. Major: English, Art. Activities: Wenonah, Winonon, Kappa Pi, Radio Guild, Wenonah Players, Kappa Delta Pi, W.A.A., L.S.A., Y.R.L. Donald Chadbourn

Winona, Minnesota. Major: Scoence, Moth. Activities: S c i e n c e Club, l.R.C., Radio Guild, Comera Club.

Mrs. Adeline J. Christensen

Winona, Minnesota. Major: Art. Minor: History, Socool Science. Activities: Koppo Pi, Wenonah, L.S.A. Val Jean Christensen

Winona, Minnesota. Major: Industr ial Arts. Minor: Mo th, Art . Activities: lndustrool Arts Club, Kappa Pi, Science Club, L.S.A., Footba ll.

Robert G. Clayton

Waseca, Minnesota. Major: English, History. Activities: Kappa Del ta Pi, Purple Key, Wenonah Players, Wenonah, Y.R. L., Congo Cl ub, Student Council, Vets Club, l. R.C., Winonon. Rosalie Critchfield

Winona, M innesota. Major: English. Minor: Biological Science, Speech. Activi ties: Wenonah Players, Kappa Delta Po , Pu rple Key, Radio Guild, Science Club, Student Council, W inonon.


Roy Colwell

South St. Paul, Minnesota. MaJOr History Minor: Fine Art, Soc1ol Science. Activities: Apollo Club, Mixed Chorus, Mason Music Club, Wenonah, Winonan, Kappa Pi, Congo Club. Lois Ann Cron en

Mapleton, Minnesota. MaJOr: SoCial St udies, Music. Activ1t1es: Band, Mason MusiC Club, Swmg Band.

James Cronen

Mapleton, Mmnesoto. Major: So c 1 a I Studies, Music. Mason Activities: Band, MusiC Club, Swing Band. Charles Dahl

Mmneapolls, Mmnesata. MaJOr: PhysiCal Educat1on, SoCial Science Activ1t1es . Football, BasketBall, Baseball, "W" Club, Phys1col Educat1on Club, Vets Club.

Lucille Denning

St. Charles, Mmnesata. Major: Physical Education, History. Activities: Women's PhysICal Education Club, Wenonah Players, Wesley Club, W.A.A., Winonan, Homecommg Queen Attendant, Y.W.C.A. Ernest DeSantis

Winona, Mmnesota. Ma1or: Eng I ish, SoCial Stud1es. Activities: Newman Club.


Philip Ou Bois Red Wong Monnesoto. Mo1 •r Phy~ocol Educotoon. Hostory Actovotoes : Football. Boseboll, "W" Club. Physocol Educotoon Club.

Hugh Duffy Wonona, Monne ~o ta . MaJOr. Hostory Monor: BioJog ocaJ Scoence, Socoal Scoencc.

John C. Edwards Albert Lea , Monnesota. Ma JOr: Scoence, lndustrool Arts . lndustroal Arts Actovotoes Club. ~ c o e n c e Club, Y.D.L. Track.

Mrs. Rudolph Ellis Lanesboro, Monnesoto . Mo1o r . Scoence. M inor . Geography, Socoal Science Actovotoes · Scoence Club, Vets Club.

Willard S. Erickson St. Pau l, Minnesota . MaJor: History, Social Studoes. Actovotoes : Congo Club, IR.C. , Kappa Delta Po, Student Ca uncol, Y R.L.

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Joseph R. Fe nnie Red Wong, Monnesoto . MaJOr · Social Studoes. Monors Speech, Music. Actovotoes : Cheerleader, Ro doc Guold, We non o h noh Players, Band, Swong Band, Student Councol, President of St udent Assocoatoan, Tro - College Councol, Apollo Club. Moxed Chorus, Vets Club.


Russell C. Frisby St. Charles, Minnesota. MaJOr. Industriol Arts. Minors : Physocol Education, Socool Scoence. Activities: Industrial Arts Club, Koppo Delta Pi, Wesley Club. Edward Glubko Winona, Minnesota. Major: Art, History. Actovit oes: Koppo Pi, Winonon.

Douglas E. Grabau. Wykoff, Minnesota . MaJor: M o t h e m o t i c s, ScoencP.. Actovities: Science Club. Donald Guidinger St. Charles, Monnesoto. MaJor: l ndustrool Arts. Monor : Musoc, Socool Scoence. Activotoes : B o n d, Swing Bond, Newman Club, lndustrool Arts Club, Vets Club, Mason Musoc Club.

Charfes W. Hanson Wobosho, Minnesota. Mo,or : Physical Education, Hostory. Actovitoes : Football, Baseball, Physocol Educotoon Club, Vets Club, Y.D.L., Canterbury Club. Chlorous M. Horwood Oronoco, Monnesoto. Mo,or : Elementary Educotoon . Actovitoes . I.R .C., Y.W.C.A.


Frederick Hawker Mapleton, Mtnnesota . Major H1story . Minor · Biological Sc1ence, Social Stud1es. Activ1ties : Swing Bond. Ea rl B. Hovland Rushford, Minnesota . Major : Science, Math Activities : Sc1ence Club, Y.R.L., I.R .C., Kappa Delta P1.

Donald Judd Chatfield, Mmnesoto. Major: Physical Educot1an, H1story. Act1v1tiei: Football, Basketboll, Physical Education Club, Newman, I.R.C. Henry J. Karle Great Neck, New York. Major· Phys1col Education, Soc1ol Science. Activities. "W" Club, Baseboll, Intramural Sports, Physical Education Club.

Darald D. King Lo Crosse, Wisconsin. Major: Physico I Educot•on, H1story. Activities: Football, BasketBoll, Track, "W" Club, Phys1col Educot1on Club, Vets Club. Jahn J. Kirby St. Paul, Minnesota. Major : H1story. Mmor. S p e e c h, Social Sc1ence Act1v1ties Wenonah Players, Radio Guild, Newman Club, I R.C., Vets Club, Football.


Harold J. Konke l Ashland, Wisconson Motor Physocol Education . Monor . Boology and Mothe motocs. Actovities Baseball , Basket boll, Foot b a I I, Track , ''W"' Club, Newman Club and P E Club . Fra nce s Kvam Canton, Monnesoto. Major Art Monor: Sponosh, Engl1sh. Act1votoes ¡ Wenonah Players, L.S.A., Y D.L, Koppe Pi.

Jack F. Lake Wonono. Minnesota . Motor: S c 1 en c e, Socool Science. Actov1toes: Scoence Club, Camero Club, Y.D.L , Vets Club.

Ella Marie Lompland Hoyfoeld, Monnesoto Motor: Elementary Education Actovotoes. A. C. E., L.S.A., I.R.C., Y W.C.A.

Geraldine Landers Wonono, Minnesota Motor : H istory, Musoc. Actovotoes: Transfer Student from the U of Monnesoto Mason Musoc, Student Dean.

Sylvia Lanning Delhi, Iowa. Motor: Mus1c, Englosh. Activi toes: Mendelssohn, Mixed Chorus, I. R.C., Y W.C.A., Kappa Delta Po, Apollo Club Accomponost.


Robe rt Lawstu en Lanesboro, M1nnesota. Majo r : Math, Physical Education. ActivitieS : Phys1cal Education Club. Stanle y A . Le de buhr Winona, Mmnesata . Major: Industrial Arts. M1nor : Art, Geography. Activities: Kappa Pi, IndusIna I Arts Club.

Clarence Lee Mabel, Mmnesota. MaJOr : M us ' c, Social Sc1ence. Act1v1ties : Mason Music Club, Band, Swing Band.

John B. Mohlke Wmona, Minnesota. Ma1or : Math, Sc1ence. C I u b, Act1v1t1es : "W" Sc1ence Club, Student Council, L.S.A., Gamma Delta, Baseball.

Mildred M. Marshall Wmona, Minnesota. M o j o r: Kindergarten-Primary Minor . Mus1c . Act1vit1es : Band, Mendelssohn, M ' x e d Chorus, A.C.E., Mason Mus1c Club. Wenonah, Camero Club, W.A.A.

He rold J. Marske Mapleton, Minnesota. Ma jo r : History. Mmor : Geography, Social Science. Act1v1t1es: Y.D.L., L.S.A., Sc1ence Club.


David D. Monroe Mmneopolos, Monnesoto . MaJOr. B o o I o g y, Socool Sience. Monor : Moth . Track, L S.A., Activitoes Commerce Club, Scoence Club, Y.D.L, Vets Club.

John Moynihan Monneopolis, Minnesota. MaJOr: Elementary Educotion . Minor: Social Science. Actovotoes Football, Basketboll, Golf, "W" Club, Apollo Club.

F. Malcolmn Mosing Red Wong, Monnesoto. Mo1or Englosh Monors: S p e e c h, Socool Scoence. Activotoes . Transfer from the U. of M onnesoto, Radio Guold, Wenonah Players.

Eve re tt Mue lle r Lewoston, Monnesoto. MaJor: Physical Educotoon, Hostory Actovotoes Who's Who. "W" Club, Physocol Educotoon Club, L.S A., Basketball, Baseball, Intramural.

Georgine Norton Wonono, Monnesoto MaJOr. E n g I o s h, Socool Scoence Monor Speech Actovotoes Wenonah Players, Rodoo G u o I d, Y D L., I.R C.

John Carlton Pe ndle to n Rochmond, Vorginoo. MajOr lndustrool Arts Monor¡ Moth. Socool Studoes. Actovotoes. Industrial Arts Club, I.R C., Golf, Koppe Delta Po.


Richard Petty Wtnono, Mtnnesoto. Major: Eng los h, Social Studies Activo toes : Wenonah Players, R o d o o Guild, Y.D.L., I.R.C., Wesley Club. Constance M. Strommer Phillips W inona, Minnesota. Mojor : Art, Industrial Art. Activities : Koppo Delto Pi, Koppo Pi, L.S.A., W .A.A, A.C.E., Orchestra, Wenonah.

Jon ice Sobotto Fountoon City, Wisconson . Mojor: Physocol Education. Minor: Moth, Socool Scoence. Activities: W.A .A., Physical Educa tion Club, Newman C lub, Kappa Del ta Pi, W ho's Who. Wanda Ronnenberg Winona, Minnesota. Major : Moth. Minors: Social S c i en c e, Hostory. Actovoties: L.S.A., Scoence Club.

Frederic Sandeen Kosson, Mtnnesoto. Major: Moth, Scoence. Club, Activoties: Scoence Y.R.L., Student Councol, Wenonah, Closs Offocer.

Elaine Sande n Winona, Mtnnesoto. Mo1or : Englosh . Monor : Musoc, Speech. Actovities : Mendelssohn, Moxed Chorus, Wenonah Players, Wenonah, Winonon, Kappa Delta Po, L.S.A.


Luverne J. S<:anlan Lanesboro, Mmnesoto . Motor: Physocol Educotoon, lndustrool Arts. Act ovotoes: "W" Club, Physocol Education Club, lndustrool Arts Club, Golf, Football, Newman Club. Ervin Schmidt Winona, Monnesoto. Motor: Moth, Scoence. Actovotoes. Scoence Club, Apollo Club.

Robe rt D. Sershe n Waseca, Minnesota. MaJOr: Physocol Educotoon, Moth. Mmor ¡ Socool Scoence Activotoes. I.R C., Physocol Educotoon Club, Scoence Club, Kappa Delta Pi, L.S.A , Y.D.L. Urbon S. Shugart Wonono, Minnesota. Motor: Socool Scoence, Industrial Arts. Actov oties: l ndustrool Arts Club, I.R.C, Y.D. L.

George A . Simpson Rocone, Mmnesoto Motor: lndustrool Arts, Socool Science. Actov itoes: l ndustrool Arts Club, "W" Club. Betty Stuck Winona, Monnesoto. Mo,or: Social Scoence. Minor: Hostory, Englosh. Activitoes : Publocotoon Boord, y R.L. Donald J. Sullivan Stewortvolle, Monnesoto. Mo,or: Music, Hostory. Actovotoes: Bond, Orchestra, A p o IIo Club, M ixed C h orus, Newman Club, St udent Councol, Mason Music Club.


Jerry Summe rs Hou~ton,

M~nnesoto

Mo,or. Phys1col Educot1on, H1story. Act1v1t1es Physical Educot1on Club. Donald Sweeney Founto~n C1ty, W1scons~n . Mo,ors. H1stcry M~nor: Speech, SoCial Stud1es Act1v1t1es: Bond, Wenonah Players. Joseph Tandeski Wmono, M1nnesoto. Mo,ar: H1s tory M1nor Geography, Soc1ol Stud1es. Act1v1t1CS. Newman Club, I .R.C James W. Tews Lew1ston, M1nnesoto . Mo,or: Phys1col Educo t1on, Soc1ol Sc1ence Act1v1t1es: Football, Basketboll, Baseball, "W" Club, Physical Education Club.

David Todd Cresco, lowo, Mo,or . Minor: Act1V1t1es : Transfer Student from Upper lowo Unlvers•ty, Chorus, Track, Foot boll, "W" Club Robert Verchota Wmona, M~nnesoto. MaJor· Phys1col Education, B1o log1co l Sc1ence. Act1V1t1es Footba ll, Track, Phys1col Educat1on Club, "W" Club, Sc1ence Club, lntromurals Marvin Wass N1sswa, Mmnesota. Mo,or B1ology. Mmor: Moth, Physico I Sc1ence. Act1v1t1es: Student Counctl, Congo Club.


Bette Waldron P~nc Island, Minnesota. Motor. Physocol Education. Monor Hostory, Boologicol Scoence. Actovotoes : Women's Physical Educotoon Club, W AA, Kappa Delta Po, Student Councol, Bond, Scoence Club. W.A.A Boord. Robe rt Wolloce Kasson, Monnesota Major¡ lndustrool Arts, Social Science. Actovotoes: Y.R.L., lndustrool Arts Club, I.R.C., Vets Club, Boxong, Wononon, Wesley. Donald W. Wontock Wonono, Minnesota. Motor: Hostory. Monor: Socool Scoence, Geography Actovotoes Newman Club, Y D L., Commerce Club, Vets Club Robe rt W e lte Rochester Monnesoto. Motor lndustrool Arts. Monor: Moth, Socoal Studoes. Actovotoes lndustrool Arts Club. Moynord Joy W ebe r Great Neck, New York. Major. Hostory Monor: Social Studies, Geography. Activotoes: Wononan, Intramural, Student Councol, "W" Club, Baseball Who's Who. Jomes Wilson Stillwater, Minnesota. Mo1or: Physical Education. Minor: Social Scoence, Geography. Actovotoes: Physical Educotoon Club, Vets Club, Baseball. Golf, Intramural. Joon Winte rvold Red Wing, Monnesata. Motor: Art. Minor. Spa nosh, Speech. Actovitoes: Kappa Pi, Wenonah Players, Y.R.L., Student Council, Wenonah,


Joyc e Boyum

Adams, Mmnesoto. Activities: A.C.E., L.S.A., Y.W.C.A.

Beverly Buckman

Dodge Center, Mmnesoto. Activi ties: Mendelssohn, Mixed Chorus, Bond, A. C. E. Marilyn Brekke

Lanesboro, M1nnesoto. Activities: IR.C., D.F.L., Mende Iss o hn,L.S.A,. A.C.E , Y W.C.A., Homecoming Queen Attendant.

Donna Christe nsen

Winona, Minnesota. Act i v 1 t 1 e s: Cheerleader, Y.D.L., A.C.E., L.S.A. Roger Challberg

Wmono, Minnesota. Act1vities. Debate, Wenonah Players.


E. Mairine Fleener

Dodge Center, Minnesota. Activities: Y.W.C.A. Joyce Eskra

Preston, Minnesota. Activities: Wenonah Players, Wen o no h, W. A. A., Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Bond.

Norma Garnes

Conton, Minnesota. Activities: A.C.E., Y.W.C.A., L.S.A.. Bond.

He le n Gorlick

Galesville, Wisconsin. Activit ies: Wenonah Players, A. C. E.

Josephine Howland

White Beor Loke, Mmnesoto. Activit•es : A.C.E.. Congo Club, Wenonah Players. Ruth Hauke

Red Wing, Minnesota . Activities: Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Wesley Club.


Mary Grace lhlan

Ptpestone, Minnesota. Activities: Wenonah Players, Wmonan, A.C.E , Newman Club, Y.D L. Leone Jacksha

Rauch, Mtnnesata. Activities: Newman Club, A C. E.

Joyce Jenney

Morns, Minnesota. Actovttoes: L S.A., A.C.E., Y W.C.A., Wenonah Players, Wenonah, Wtnanan. Ruth Jarenby

Blanchardville, Wosconstn. Activities: L. S.A., A.C.E.

Adean King

Stewartvtlle, Mtnnesoto. Activitoes: A.CE., Y.W.C.A., Wesley. Rita Lally

Mantorville, Minnesota. Acttvitoes: Newman Club, A.C.E., Wtnonan.


Pelagia Prodsinski Winona, Monnesoto. Activities: Winonon, Wenonah, Newman Club, I.R.C., Y D.L Mrs. Addlyn Rehdants Albert Leo, Minnesota. Actovities: W.A.A., Wenonah Players, A.C.E.

Charfotte Sanden Houston, Monnesoto. Activitoes: A.C.E., Wonono, L.S.A. Verna Schmidt Elgin, Minnesota. Actovotoes: A.C.E., Gamma Delta, L.S.A.

Phyllis Severson Preston, Monnesoto. Actovotoes: Wenonah Players, Winonon Stoff, A.C.E., Y W.C.A., L.S.A. Rose Mary Shields Wonono, Minnesota. Actovoties: Newman Club, A.C.E., I.R.C., HomecomIng Queen Attendant. Betty Turnbull Monneopolos, Monnesoto. Actovotoes: Y.D.L., I.R.C., A.C.E., Debate.


Anita Stong Jordon, Minnesota. Act1v1t1es. Wmonon, Newmen Club, A.C.E.

Joniece Steve Dakota, Mmnesota. Activ1ties: A. C. E.

Coral Stromberg Riverton, Minnesota . Activ1ties: Gamma Delta, A. C. E.

Marilyn Thompson Goodhue, M1nnesoto. Act1v1t1es: A.C.E , Y.W.C.A., I.R C., L.S.A., Wmonon.


Charles Mettille

Winona, Minnesota. MOJOr: Business Administration. Minor: Hi story. Activities: Y.D.L., Newman Club, I.R.C., Commerce Club. Honey Buck

Winona, Mmnesoto. Major: English. Minor : History, Art. Activrties : Mendelssohn, Mixed Chorus, Bond.

Catherine Holliday

Two Harbors, Minnesota. Major : Elementary Education. Julio Holliday

Daniel O'Neil

Minneapolis, Minnesota. Major: History. Minor : Social Scie n ce, Speech. Activities: Wenonah Players, Newman Club, Y. D.L.

Two Harbors, Minnesota. Major : Elementary Education. Activities : Cheer I eo der, Bond, A.C. E., Women's Physrcol Educotron Club, W .A.A., Newman Club.

Wabasha, Mrnnesoto. Major: History. M rnor: Sacral Scrence, Geography.

Richard Johnson

Robert 0. Myers

Sherburn, Minnesota . Major: I n d u s tr i o I Arts, History. Robert Schuh

Rollingstone, Minnesota . Major : Music, Industrial Arts. Activrties: B a n d, Swing Bond.

Leonore! Behn

Oakland, Minnesota . Activities: Radio Guild.

Mrs. Jessie Blaboum

Rushford, Minnesota.

Leander H. Orbeck

Winona, Minnesota . Major : Moth, Science. David I. Romczyk

Minneapolis, Minnesota . Major : History. Minor : Social Studies, Geography. Activities : Newman Club, French Club, Art Club.



Back Rou J. LaChappclle, 0. Lee, W. Pngge, G. Nassen,J. Murral', C. Baret, H. Radtke, W. Colberc, L. Maller. Rou 2 E. Schoenrock, E. Schroeder, .J. Thorn, L. Maxon, C. Sum,er, F. Sham:r, M. Rollins, L. Cad in, D. Waldbtlllg. Row 3 N Robanson, R. Nachcscheam, D Thorson, R. Sc ark, R. Fnsby, V. Amundson, C. Meccille, B. Melde, S. Peterson. Front Row. M. Ullom, L. Mueller, I. jacot>son, M. Schmit, M. Murphy, J. Peterson, E.

Breton, L. Muesu.

Nearing the last lap of an education one hundred and seventeen juniors are struggling coward their goal. ... Under the leadership of president Chester Bartz; vice-president, Nancy Buck; and Secretarytreasurer, Victor Stensrud, the class sponsored the September all college parry . . . Mr. Anold was chosen class adviser. Tal Icing over plans are C. Baret and V. Stensrud.

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&cit Row: A. O'Neal, J. Robtnson, L. Beilke, R. Boeckman, J. Kerrigan, R. Yackel , B. Drugan. Row 2: J. Casby, J. Hennessy, V. Sc:nsrud, R. Crumb, R. Morcanger, R. Wetk, R. Cook, L. Wagner. Row 3: B. Gowlland, L. Mauland, W. Ferguson, R. Bnmt, F. Luchau, W. Schumacker, J. Carlson. Row 4. C. Johnson, G. Truwe, D. Gill, J. Juptn, D. Chadbourn, K. Vogel, F. Ludeke, Front Row: P. Schroeder, B. Newell, R. Wende, M . Klang, M. Wesenberg, K. Swanson.


Back Rou•. C. Strand, \\'. Jacob, J Pelowskl, L. Roschen, L. Peters, M Coemonskl, R. Mikrut. Rowl . J. Roest h, C. Tha1er, A Zogneogo, D. Chrostenson, T Swltman. 0 Cation. Rou J. S .Jordan, E. Sturdevant, C. Erwm, A. Vondrashc~. R Courtoer, H EssmAnn, R Reossman, R. Morrose[[e, From Rou M Bo[[ner, M Dean, R Seobert, J. \\'a Ish, P. Slaggie, M Kolberg, L. Smoth. Sophomore Class

With Dave Christenson as their president, Katy Baab, vice-president; and Barb Lelwica, secretarytreasurer, the class proved to be a super-active group ... Dr. Nelson was elected adviser ... Along with the Rhythm Masters they sponsoreda successful all college hop. Just Talking .... B. Lelwica, D. Christenson, Dr. Nelson, and K. Baab. Back Row: D. Szarmach, D. Koone, N . Morgenson, L. Burch , N. Blohm, L. Ruff, J . Lynch, A. Swota, D. Nelson . Row 2: E . Schreober, R. Palm, E Baumbach, F. Bauer, C. Chrostloeb, J. Kovaleski . Row J: D. Coemonsko, K. Seebold, R Mann, T. Reod , R. Dreisbach , R. Harcey, R. Kuboer, W. McCarl. Row 4 ¡ V. Jensen, D. Tukua, J Ambroscn, T Kohner, M. Bohnen, K. Baab, P. Glescner, S. Guckenburg. Front Row. D. Kindt, H. Jorgenson, M. Foclds, I. Bellman, M. Kotlaba, A. Smnh, M. Hemmdman , D. Bergsrud.


Ead. row: R. Ramey , R. Rainey, L. Badey, S. Roth , J. Vaughan, C. Haugen, G . Rygmvr, R. Carlson , W. Fernholz, Mr. Marmer. Row 2: R. Simon, R. Samon, E. Teff, G . Crandall, G . Gal lea, C. Ludwiczke, N . Chmander, J Ostrom. Row J. J. Sauke, B. Brosious, C. Helgemoe, L. Holton, D. Naelsen, J. Hauge, A. Gurvan,

L. Adams. Row 4: J. Hill, E. Jolson, C. Peterson, I. Thompson,

One hundred and ninety-seven eager, full of pep, freshman scrambled over the campus this year .... With a new system under way, the frosh initiation was a great success; it was full of spirit . ... Bedecked with purple and white beanies the "'poor little freshman" were subject to constant calls of '"Button Up" . . . . this usually happened when their arms were full of books which they carried around

for effect, not for studious purposes. For six weeks they wore the br? in warmers . . . . After homecoming the class tamed down to near normalacy and elected Bob Fenwick, presidenL; Fred Donath, vice-president; Joanne Hauge, secretary-treasurer; and Mr. Mariner, adviser . . . The freshmen sponsored Sadie Hawkins Day in November and an all college parry in March.

Back row: D . Halverson , B. Mouring, J. Pelowski, C. Chrastenson, J. Kleis, E. Dornack. Row 2: T. Cunnangham, M. Von Bargen, C. Conaughtv, E. Hovland, K. Stapel , E. Vogel, G. Sweeney, R. McKeag,} Heddleston. R ou• J: J. Christenson , M . Mullen, R. Russett, M. Diekrager, R. Cyert, E. Fox. D. Mal-

linger, R. Fenwick, R. Mann. Row 4¡ B. Roth, N . Maller, H. Halloran, .J. Corey , A. Hansen, L. Bowen , H . McDonald, M. Hallig. Front row: G . Marcomb, A. Witte, J. Comingon, V. Glover, C. Murtaugh, D. Bittle, M. Kohner, L. Sorenson .

M. Maller, D. Smi th, L. Rheingans, G . Welcher, M. Blastervoid . Front row: J. Walker, R. Lohrbach, H . Klas, F. Ver~ch, N . Bondeson, Y. Amley, D . Peterson, L. Hallsuom.


Back RDu: ' J. Grote, J Weodeman, D. Weiland, L. Boardman, G Danuser, H Eckert, R. Neslon, C. Anderson. RDw 2 · R. Lohse, R. Kreoger, B. Harwood, J Krage, W. Drier, R. Mc\Vaon, \V . Bean, R. Burkard . RDu· J E. Ryan, G. Ho idahl, R. Ballard , A. Renrz, J. Kappler, F. Donath, J. Duos, D. Johnson . RDw ~: M. Schulrz, A. Holl, D. Lewos, J Carson, M. Christgau, M. Gilbertson, M. Gerber, A Gregerson. Frtmt row: M. Aasum, F. Ziton, J. McDanods, B. Glaeser, D. Roeckman, B. Stanger, M. Schwag· er, M. Barker.

&K! rDw: H. Schoen, J. Farrell, R. Lingenfelter, B. Albrecht, J Barankiewicz, H. Harstad, R. Hackman, S. Vogen, I. Gaal. RDw 2: T . Lollard, R. Blake, P. Hoon, B. Buswell, M. Dol wroth, E. Hanson, J. Ludowisc, E. Barrows, R. Shira. RDw J: S. Eskar, R. Root, M. Elloson, J. Mundahl, L. Grasdalcn, M. Helland, L. Johnson, A. Bordsall, B. Holdredge, M. Greenwood. RDw ~ : I. Heubleon , B. Dearmon, M. Bernhardt, G. Stokes, C. Maas, S. Terwolliger, H. Brostrom , D. Burtness. Fr•nt r•w: D . Stageberg, A. Eaker, B. Sande, I. Heise, S. LaRock, E. Johnson, P. Schuler, L. Dennong.




REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL 8.1ck Rou C. Bartz, \V. Hohenstein, F. Sandeen,\'. Stensrud, D. Schulz. Rou• 2 R. Crumb, F Donath, V. Anderson, .J. Murray, R. Clausen. Rou· 3: H. Essman, .J. Hcnnessv, J. Mahlke, D. Chnstenson, R Femnck. Front Rou•: D Kmdt, B. Waldron, H. McDonald, K Baab, J Ambroscn, M. Ullom, Joe Fen me.

The Represcnrart\'e counolts rhe student governing hody headed hy Joe Fcnnie, presidenr; Bob Crumb, \'ice-presidem; Bill Erickson, secretary; and Donna Ktndt, treasurer.

This organization's purpose ts to guide successfully the srudenr's welfare by recommendarions, suggestions, promotions and general imercst in issues concer111ng the college.

Standrng: Joe Fenn1e, Robert Clavron, Vayden Anderson, Ev Mueller, Maynard Weber. Jeated: Grace Blohm, Rosalie Cmch-

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D. Pcnr announung' D. Mann,.) Krrb~¡. D. O'Ncrl,J. Notton, K. Vogel, D . Petty, and E. Schrtebcr. Don Redlick tntroducing R Harrmgton.

Kappa Delta Pi, National Educational honorary fraternity IS acuve in this college through the Gamma Tau chapter, with Miss F. M. Murray as counselor .... During the meeting guest speakers presem informative tnformation. One of the highlights of this year was the program given by Miss Murray who related her experiences in Europe which she visited during her Sabbatical leave .... With Bob Clayton president, and Earl Hovland, vtce-president graduating fall quarter, mid-year elections were held and \'a vden Anderson became the president, Btll Enckson, vice-presidenr; Bette Waldron, secretary, and Elaine Sanden treasurer.

"Quter ... shhhh ... three seconds! ... You're on! ! Thus begins the weeki y broadcast of ¡ 'Quarrer Hour on the Campus" brought to you from Somsen Hall every Thursday at 3:30 over KWNO. The announcers, technicians, scripts, acror~ and ideas are all products of the Radio Guild which sponsors all broadcasts from the col.lege. Membership is based on auditions before the group and the adviser, Miss Magnus. Officers are Neil Robinson as presidenr, .... Earl Schreiber, vice-presidenr; Marilyn Bublitz, secretary-treasurer ... Leon Perers, headtechnician . .. Brought co you from the Winona State Teachers College ... Okay ... You're off!! .... How many seconds O\'er? .... Under? .... Sound all right? .. . Good!" Ba~k row: B. Crumb, V. Anderson, A. O'Neil,

R. Critchfield, Miss Murrav, V. Anderson, B. Erickson, E. Sanden, and B. Waldron durrng tnl[iauon ceremony.

L. Kmg, D. Redlrck Second row: B. Scrshen, C. Johnson, V Scnsrud, D. Cooper. From row: M. Ellrs, B. Waldron, and M . Bublitz.


The Alpha Upsilon chapter of Kappa pi, National Art honorary fraternity has had more than irs share of activity this year. The members participated in numerous pot luck suppers, sketch parties, and work meetings in which they prepared objects of art .... hand painted plates and trays ... chip carved boxes ... cosrume jewelry, and textiles ... all to be sold at their annual Christmas Bazaar. Mary Jeanne Murphy had charge of the traditional Christmas windows . . . The group also held a Halloween party, a Yule party, and sponsored an all college parry in January .... Stanley Ledebuhr was president unril he graduated mid-year . . . . Marilyn Bublitz succeeded him as a president; Mary Murphy, secretary; Bob Crumb, treasurer; Ruth Ann Markle, Historian Recorder; Ray Colwell, Social Chairman; and Miss Murray, adviser. One aim of this group is to earn money to cover basic expenses for a trip to Chicago where they visit the Art Museums and other places of interesL

Adeline Christensen selling Christmas Bazaar items with the help of her husband, Val Jean. Committee reports for rhe Chicago trip find C. Woods , C. Peterson,J.Jupm, R. Colwell, and R. Simon busr. Br~ck row: C. Woods, D. Redlich, J. Jupin, M. Person, R. Simon. Second row: F. Kvam, C. Phillips, A. Christenson, M. Ullom,j. Wimervold, M. Kolberg, C. Peterson. Front row: M. Hilling, R.

Crumb, M. Kltng, M. Bubltrz, M. M urphy, R. Colwell, V. Glover.


After producing the Arena style plays mtd-ycar ch is group Jumped right into rhe spring proJucrwn of "Glass Menagerie" \\ tth \1al Mosing, \'. Jensen, .J. Kirhy and guest actress, Syhia Bremer. Rosie Critchfield ts prestdcnt, rak111g O\'er for R . Clarron, mtc.l-year graduate. Recordtng secretary, Mary Schmidr; Corresponding Secretary, Marilyn Bublitz, Treasurer, B. Crumb, Head technic tan, Don Red Itch, and AdYiser, Miss Magnus.

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~esterrn~ at B. Crumb, f::. Sanden, M. Mos1ng, and J . Wrnten·old between plays .

EmotiOnal peak of "The Boor · . • .. B. Crumb proclaims his love for J. \\'1nten·old . Is that a ~un rn her hand? \\'hat love ts this? Alter scence 111 "\\'II\· the Chtmes Rang · K. \ ogcl recei,·es flowers from /1.1 Kohner, "lulc D . Rcdhch, and J \\'1nten-old stand b1·. B. Ke" ell is in the lore ground.

Wenonah Players B.:~elr. Row: G. Sweencr. L. Rosch en, W. Dohman, E·. Dornack, D. RedliCk, R . Crumb, D. Sweeney Row 1: R. Petty, N. Robrnson, J. Rob1nson, 0. Cad1n, E. Schre1ber, K Vogel, A. O'Netl, R. Mann . Row 3: A. Rehdantt, M Bernhardt, A. Teff, P. Slagg1e, M. Kling, M. Bublttz, J. \\ m tervold, M1ss Magnus. Rou· 4 N. Bondeson, H. Garl1ck, D. Tukua, J Eskra, M. Chrtstgau, M. Schnm, E. Sanden, G. Norton, M . Blaster\Oid. Frofll Rou·. D. Bntlc, R. Cmchficld, K. S" anson, L. Mueller, G. o·Netll, \.Jensen, B. Newell, J . Jenny.


From the first of January on, a familiar cry around the annual staff is "When is rhe Yearbook coming our?" Afrer rhe urge ro kill is subdued, we all setrle down write copy, cur pictures, draw up a dummy, and run on countless trips ro rhe printing company. The phorographers are run ragged wirh assignments ... rhe Rainey twins and Dick Mann can verify rhat. Ray Colwell tracked down Seniors until they ran when rhey saw him coming for fear he would give rhem something to do . . . glossy prints . . . would rhey ever come in? . . . Fred Sandeen rounded up the business end of rhe annual . . . Tom Srolrman dug up the advertisements ... Arc Olson wrore up the spores section . . . and Marilyn Bublitz gathered up all the informacion, compiled it, and gor it off co press. Staff: Ediror, M. Bublitz; Business, F. Sandeen; Advertising, T. Sroltman; Senior Section, R. Colwell; Sports, A. Olson, Phorographer, D. Mann; Copy,R. Siebert; and Adviser, Mr. Behling.

R. Siebert, M. Bublitz, and R. Colwell.

D. Mann, A. Olson, V. Sctalabba, and T. Stoltman.

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Annual Staff Back Row. Mr. Behling, R. Colwell, D. Cienunskt, F. Sandeen, M. Vtncent, A. Olson, T. Stoltman. From Row. J. Jenney, R. Sctbcrr, M. Chnstgau, M . Dublttz, K. Baab, M . Kodaba, K. Swanson.


\\"inona S1aff (paper) Back R.Du' P Saga!, L llcdk,, F. DonHh, L. Roschen, L CJ! lm R.Du• l L. Clmstcnscn, R Fcmnck, H. Essman, B \Val bee, K. Vogel. Row 3¡ M. Hcmmelman, P. Slaggte, S . Eskar, D. Ctemtnskt, D. Gill, T. S1oltman, R. Mann. Rou' 4 P. Schuler, R. \\'end!, R. Set ben, M. Bubltrz, M. Chns1gau, K. Baab, C. Peterson, Mr. Bchhng. Front Row. J. Jenney, D. Bmle, J. Eskra, E. Sanden, V. Jensen, M. Wesenberg, D. Bcrgsrud, R. Cnrchfield, K. Swanson.

Once a month the halls are filled with peorle reading a newsraper no, th1s is not a cultural era ... merely the day the WI NON AN comes out .. This is the day that Larry Catlin, Ednor, can sleep ... h1s worries are over for at least one day ... then he has to starr thinking for new stories, articles, and ... rarely, ideas. Paul Saga! periodically goes mad with the bus1ness accounts . . and generally the whole staff is one beeg rushing madhouse over in the publications room. Mr. Behllllg is the Ad v1ser . . . 13u t his headaches are few, for all the rroblems are those of the Staff. A staff meeting in the pub-room formulates the ideas.

P. Sagai,J. Fishbaugher checkmg "business" . Mathng !roubles arc headaches of M . Weisenberg and L. Bielke

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Over in the southeast corner of Somsen Hall is the Industrial Arts Club headquarters which has quire a following among T. C. males. Around forty-five members of the club congregate during the monthly meetings to prepare lecture programs, movies, etc., to be presented and to arrange for at least one field trip per quarter to visit some industry or trade organization for the purpose of allowing prospective Industrial Arts teachers to observe procedures and methods used by such institutions. It is felt that this will enable these teachers to plan better programs when they go out and teach ... programs which will more nearly fit the individual needs of the students. Several lectures have been given and a field trip to Minneapolis enabled the group to visit Dun-

woody Trade School and a Furniture Manufacturing Company. A Spring trip is being planned for Joston 's in Owatonna. John Pendleton is president; Urban Shugart, vice-president; Robert Wallace, secretary-treasurer; and Mr. Capron is the adviser.

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planning spring prom.

Back Row: M. Beyer, W. Prigge, R. Brimi, G. Simpson, H. Radtke, R. Weik, W. Jacob. Row 2: L. Scanlan, D. Todd, H. Knoll, R. Morrisette, D. Nelson, M. Vincent. Row J: \V. Drugan, J. Pendleton, V. Amundson, D. Waldbillig, R. Frisby, L. Miller, B. Wallace. Front Row: V. Shugart, J. Edwards, J. Drugan, R. Welte, V. Christensen, S. Peterson.


On the lase Monday of each month the members of the Elementary Grade Club have a meeting in which they try ro promote their purpose . . . to work together for the betterment of childhood education. Marilyn Thompson was president; Joyce Eskra, vice-president; Norma Garnes, SecretaryTreasurer; and Miss Dunlay, adviser.

Back Row M. Gerber, S. Esk:ar, R. Hauke, E. Dornaclc, C. Harwood, D. Chrtstenson, M. Hemmclman, A. Hansen. Row 2: B. Lclwtca, G. Perry, N. Miller, A. Rehdancz, D. Burtness, E. Myrah, L. Sorenson. Row J: C. Sanden, A. Teff, B. Roth, H . Halloran, J. Eskra, M. Brekke, N. Garnes, E. Hanson, Y. Amley. Row 4. I. Thompson, A. Gregerson, M. Bernhardt, M . Elltson, A. Stang, C. Maas, H. Brostrom, M. Aasum, J. Boyum. Frml Row: G. Marcomb, E. Jolson, C. Lockwood, N. Bondeson, L. Jacksha, H. Klas, L. Denning, D. Bc:rgsrud, R. Shtelds.

They, too, had their share of activity this past year ... in the fall they sponsored the Freshman Tea ... their good deed for the holiday season was remodeling toys for the poor children . . . they carried the load of the Christmas Seal Campaign ... and in the spring rhey sponsored another Tea, this rime for the graduating Seniors and Sophomores. Ac their monthly meeting they usually have a guest speaker . . . The speakers and their copies are something like chis . . . Mr. Fishbauger, Elementary Education; Mr. Prange, Use of Visual Aids in Education; Miss Foster, Reading; and Miss Jefferson, Elementary Books ... All chis to prepare students co teach in elementary or rural schools.

Preparations for a table straightened by R. Lally, M. Thompson, and J . Eskra.

Back Rou• A Ktng, M. Gilbertson, R. Cyerr. Row 2: B. Buckman, L. Holton, M. Diekrager, A. O'Meara. Front Row: J. Hill, H . Garltck, C. Hclgemoc:, J. Jenney, M. Ullom.


Back Row: C. Johnson, H. Bartel, F. Wiebusch, L. Olesen, S. Shock. Row 2: H. Knoll, J. Thorn, M. Cieminski, J. Olson, K. Sershen. Row 3: R. Mann, D. Schulz, D. Monroe, D. Grabau, J. Edwards. Front Row: V. Christensen, R. Dreisback, B. Gowlland, D. Chadbourn.

Majors or minors in Science have a chance to partake in the activities of the Science Club. Fred Sandeen is president; Bob Clausen, vice-president; Chester Bartz, secretary treasurer; Henry Bartel, public relations officer, and Mr. Anderson, adviser. During the meetings they have lectures on current scientific affairs. For instance, Dr. H. A. Green, biologist of the United States government's Fish and Wildlife Service, spoke to them about

Back Row: D. Szarmach, R. Palm, C. Bartz, F. Sandeen, G. Nissen, W. Prigge, F. Lipinski, D. Hilling. Row 2: Mr. Emanuel, A. O'Neil, J. Mahlke, V. Stensrud, E. Baumbach, R. Verchota, J. Lake, B. Cooper. Row 3: J. Hennessy, E. Schmidt, N. Violette, R. Harcey, R. Nachtsheim, W. Ferguson, L. Mauland, R. Clau-

wildlife here and about Winona. In September the group initiated twenty-six new members to replenish the supply. Activities for the event were held at Holzinger Lodge. This year the club took another trip to Chicago, Illinois, and Madison, Wisconsin on March 9. They visited all the points of interest people usually visit on such trips. The sixteen travelers returned, happy, educated, and dog tired.

sen. Row 4: Mr. Anderson, J. Simon, G. Gynild, K. Baab, W. Ronncnberg, M. Brustucn, M. Schmidt, Mr. Arnold. Front Row: R. Critchfield, I. Jacobsen, B. Waldron, M. Wesenberg, P. Hendrickson, K. Swanson, M. Ullom.


The Science Club sponsored irs annual Science Day Thursday, March 23, with programs of student demonstrations that were attended by students, alumni and the public of Winona and its surrounding territory. In the physics department experiments and displays of light, sound, electricity, simple and complex machines were carried on. Outstanding were displays such as photoelectric cells, oscilloscope showing different sound waves, spectroscopes, audio oscillator used for testing hearing range, generators, dynamos, models of the human eye and polarization and its use in home and industry. Very complete insect collections, bird collections, nutrition experiments on hamsters, heredity experiments as studied through rats were all included in the zoology lab. In the anatomy department were skeletons of man and various animals, displays of structures and functions of rhe human body and student dissections of cats showing clearly all the organs in them. In the botany department were found controlled experiments on plant life, a botanical garden and other displays of plant life. The chemistry department conducted experiments in quantitative analysis, organic chemistry and demonstrations of werring agents, electroplating and fire extinguishers. Demonstrations in the mathematics department included a specially constructed apparatus to trisect angles, tricks in mathematic and explanations and examples of all phases of mathematics offered by the college.

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'lf. w. Those who are interested in Business and irs faccors belong co the Commerce Club. They have done their share in providing entertainment for the college ... they sponsored an all school party and a movie, "The Lodger". The main purpose of the club is to give the members che latest information in the field of business . . . methods ... machines . .. opportunities ... and guest speakers. Mrs. Shirley Ness was the adviser for the group.

In the fall chis group sponsored the customary "Big-Liule Sister Campaign" where the upper class women help the frosh girls with college technicalities . . . The more ambitious ones cook part in the annual hike up Garvin Heights with food as an incentive . . . During Xmas holidays they have their traditional caroll ing throughout the town . .. and the Spring weather spurred on che fashion show, "Younger than Springtime". Marilyn Thompson, president; Norma Garnes, vice-president; Joyce Boyum, Secretary-Treasurer were the officers this year; Miss Steffenson served as adviser.

Y .W.C. A. Back Row: D. Tukua, B. Stanger, A. K1ng, M. Gilbcnson, E. M yrah, R. Hauke , N . Garnes. Row 2: B.

Glaeser, A. Hanson, M. Bernhard[, J . Eskra, L. Sorenson, M. Blastervold. Front Row: E. Jolsoo, D. Bittle, N . Bondeson, H . Klas, J. Jenney, J. Boyum.


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This group has one of the largest memberships in the college ... 103 at the last counr. After holding its initial picnic at Holsinger Lodge, September 29, the club has held successive meetings through out the year which promote the purpose of the club . . . guest speakers told of conditions in Germany, Spain, and Switzerland ... Miss Murray rounded out the whole continental rev1ew by relating experiences of her trip to Europe ... Combined meetings with Sr. M arys and St. Theresa helped to unify the three colleges in Winona . . . Eight members of the club attended the Regional Conference in Minneapolis in December, where Jim Sorflaten w:~.s elected vice-president of the Regional Conference. The club sponsored a successful campaign for funds for books for o ver-seas students . ... Several members attended the National conference in Ann Arbor, Mic higan ... Officers of this friend ly group are president, Lester Wagner; vice-president, Edward Dornack ; Secretary-Treasurer, Gloria Gynild; and Program Committee, Jim Sorflaten an,d Dorothy Vehrenkamp.

G . p yntld, E. Dornack, and L. Wagner; officers of I. R. C.

I.R.C. Baclt. Row: N. Violette, K. Stapel. Row 2: V. Scialabba , W. Hohenstein , D. Cicmtnskt, L. Betlke, D. Fair, R. Mann, E. Dornack, \V. Dohman , B. Harwood. Row 3: F. \Veibusch , T. Retd, D. Chadbourn, K. Secbold , D. Kinne, D. Schultz, F. Luchau. Row 4: D. Bcrgsrud , B. Roth, A. Gurvtn, .J. Samon , G . G ynild, M . Hemmelman, L. Adams, B. Gowlland. Front Row: S. Lanning,E. Jolson, G. Crandall, R. Seabert, N . Bondcson, H . Klas.


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With new speed and enthusiasm the debate team grew and grew and finally became recognized in college circles due to the backing and help given it by Mr. Becker. They divided into two groups which trained new speakers and developed the older ones; a freshman team and a varsity team. Actual tournament debating began in January with the topic for the year: Resolved, that the United States should Nationalize the basic non-agricultural industries. Debates were held in several cities on this territory, Eau Claire, River Falls, St. Paul, and Minneapolis. The team traveled to the Mid-Western Debate tournament at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois in February, where they debated with teams from Nebraska, Wisconsin, Indiana, IJJinois, Iowa, and Missouri. Harold Essmann is president, Gloria Gynild ts secretary, and Mr. Becker is the adviser. Baclt. Row. W. Hohensrien, R. Challberg. Row 1: Mr. Becker, D. Fa1r, V. Srensrud, V. Scialabba, W. Dohman. Front Row: H. Essman, C. Pererson, R. Simon, 0. Catlin.

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The 1949-1950 school year meant a golden anniversary for this musical organization. For fifty years the women's choral group has been active in concert work and, more recently, in touring Minnesota high schools. Twenty-four members are directed by Mr. Grimm and accompanied by Miss Bard. This year at their by-weekly rehearsals, the girls have worked especially hard endeavoring

to make the golden year a memorable one. Various concerts during the year were climaxed by a big fifty-year's concert and celebration in the spring. Elaine Sanden was president; assisted by vicepresident, Sylvia Lanning; Corresponding Secretary, Beverly Buckman; Recording Secretary, Nancy Buck; and Treasurer, Jen Jensen. A. Smith, M. Brekke, S. Lanning, M. Dean, M. Schwager, R. Lohrbach, N. Buck, D. Lewis, L. Smith, R. Simon, Mr. Grimm, D. Peterson, R. Simon.


S. Lanntng and M. Dean vocaltze.

N. Buck, M. Marshall, L. Smith, and D. Peterson tn the tower practtctng thetr songs.

When a stutlent leaves chis school one of the things he will always remember is the music that comes from the rower ... voices singing songs he will never forget ... One of che groups that contributetl thetr share to music was the Mixed Chorus .

An easy informality characterized rehearsals of the college chorus, which sings under the direction of Mr. Grimm and is accompanied by Miss Bard ... A combination of the Mendelsshon and Apollo clubs, che chorus meets every week to practice numbers ranging from the Hallelujah Chorus co some of the modern folk runes. In December a Christmas concert was presented by the group for the local Rotary Club. President George Truwe leads che singers with the help of Mary Dean, vice-president; and Jen Jensen, secretary-treasurer.

Back Rou· H. Bartel, L Peters. Rou: 2 · J . Robinson, G. Truwe, L. Roschen, C. Sumner, N . Blohm, R. Ballard. Rou• 3: R. Fenwtck, N. Robtnson, D Ktndt, M . Htlltg, A. Teff, R. Melde. Row 4 E.

Sanden, G. Crandall, S. Guckenburg, V . Jensen, M . Schwager, R. Stmon, R. Simon. Front Row: R. Lohrbach, S. Lanning, A. Smtth, B. Glaeser, B. Buckman, M. Dean, L. Smtth, D. Peterson.


BOOM BA DEE BOOM BA DEE ... BOOM BOOM BOOM! That bit of drum work is part of the College Band practise that is held twice a week. One can always tell when the group is in session for the noise carries through the ventilating system and the bricks jump in the foundation. Ther claim they can play anything from overtures to novelty numbers. Band membership is open to any T. C. srudenc who can play an instrument ( Odd Requirement?) and can find time to attend rehearsals (even Odder). Chapel concerts, marching routines, and playing for football games gives the band experience .... bur the most interesting parr of being a band member is watching rhe squeeks, blasts, bumps, and embarrassing solo silence all iron our into a smooch organized piece of work. Gordon Danuser could play the loudest so he was elected president; Lois Cronen, vice-president; Clarence Lee, secretary-treasurer; Ray Moninger, Sergeant-at-Arms; and Mr. Heyer is the director.

Mr. Heyer d trecttng hts band. Clartnct section. G. Sweeney, S. Eskar, L. Rheingans.

Back Row · C. Lee, E. Schretber, .J. \\'ood, L. Peters, G. Danuser, D. K111ne, G. Swecner, A. Ltgnetgo. Rou· 2: C. Chrtsrensen, D. Ntenow, N. Robtnson, C. Sumner, J. Robtnson, R. Mornnger, Mr. Hever. Row 3: B. Brostous, M. Ellison, L. Snmh, L. Rhcingans, G. Landers, R. Otck, E. Bdumbach. Rou· 4. S Esbr, M.

Bohnen, B Roth, D. Le" ts, R. Hendrickson, L. Cronen, H. Halloran, S. LaRock. Front Row: H . Klas, N. Bondeson, C. Murtaugh, M. Bernhardt, J. Holliday, M . Marshall, J. Eskra, L. Mucska .


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Those who have heard rhe Rhyrhm Masters will never forger their super arrangements and inrriging mastery of "A Dreamer's Holiday", "Begin the Beguine", "The Man I Love" and many more .... ln facr chis group presented one of rhe best chapel programs of the year ... everyone was present and .... everyone sea yed. The Rhnhm Masters, T .. C. sw1ng band, is composed of musiCians, some of whom are professwnal, who have returned to complete their degrees ... Under the direction of Mr. Heyer, the

Fcnnic smgs his old favorite "Shanty Town".

band plays a wide variety of tunes . . . many are arranged by \-ir. Heyer especially for the use of the band . . . . Besides playing for our progr;~ms, the group provides music for college dances and they go on tours ro Minnesota high schools. Trombomsr Lois Cronen and trumpeteersDouglas Wood and .Jim Cronen were the featured brass soloists, while Mr. Hever led our on the clarinet and the saxaphone ... Only experienced musicians are selected to play in this exceptional group.

E. Barrows prov1des humor and skill.

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The god Apollo would be proud of his T.C. namesake, the Apollo Club ... Composed of some twenty male voices the choral group meets twice weekly for rehearsals with the direccor, Miss Bard accompanist, Sylvia Lanning .. : . Tryouts select the voices which blend the best into the group .... the club works as one informal, music-centered unit .... come Bach or Waring ... laryngitis or spring fever. Jim Melde was president of the club this year, receiving valuable assistance from vicepresident George Truwe and secretary-treasurer, Ray Colwell.

Baclt Row: H. Band, L. Peters, L. Roschen, N. Blohm. Row 2: R. Melde, J. Robmson, G. Truwe. Front Row: N. Robmson, R. Ballard, C. Sumner, R. Fenwick. R. Fcnwtck and N Robtnson. S. Lannmg accompantes G. Truwe, C. Summers and L . Roschen. Practtcc scsston.



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Front to Back Row I (left): J. Hedman, R. Hill, R. Keller, .). Boffa, L. Bailey. Row 2: H. Radrke, D. K1ng, R. Kramer, L. Anderson, B. Fergenson. Row J: F. Percuoco, S. Pererson , D. Doering, R. Lingenfelrer, D. Todd, H . Clark. Row 4: R. Ellis, F. \Veibusch, J. Koppler, D. Kub1er, R. Tusr, E. Bennerr. Row 5: G. Sansred,

Mter an opening 6-0 victory over St. Mary's Redmen, the Warriors were "warriors" in name only as they failed to win a remaining game. They managed to stage a mild upset by tying the Moorhead team 20-20. But aside from these two games, things were pretty blue for the rest of the season. One bright spot in the football picture is the fact that only six lettermen graduate from the squad. They are: Don Judd, Dan Besser, Pinky Bennett, Dave Todd, Daud King, and George Sanstede. Improvement is the word for the coming seasons.

W. Schumacher, J. La Chappelle, A. Srark, C. Conaughry. Row 6: E. Harvey, F. Warweg, R. Kershaw, W. Towner. Row 7: D. Besser, G. Du Bois, L. Roschen, N. Morgenson, Coach Bradhagen.

W.S.T.C.

OPPONENT

6 ..... .... .... Sr. Mary's ......... .. 0 0 ..... ........ Wartburg . . .. .. ..... 18 6 .... . . .... ... . Sr. Cloud .. .......... 34 0 ............. Mankato ..... . ...... 21 7 ............. Bemidji ..... .... .... 26 20 .............. Moorhead ........... 20 7 ...... . ....... Duluth .. .. . ......... 32 7 .... .... ..... Eau Claire ... . ....... 34


Ptg Pde . . . lt"s ours ... F . Han·cv runs tn the dark. Strecher case .. . Look deeply toto mv eyes ... It is our ball . ... lt ts not Your ball• D. Ktng relaxes 10 the background .


Ba(k Rou .J . Tcws, A Rentz, B. Drugcn,J. bnch,j. Glcnzinskt, Kcrngan, .J Carlson, C. Eunson, Manager Konkol. Front

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'M'c Cown and Aros face facts.

Rou· Coach Arns, P Polus, B. Albrecht, J. Anderson, R. Liogea· fdtcr, R. Bnmt, C. Dahl, A. Swota, D. Eltot.


The season of upsets enJed with the Warriors ha'' lng a seven-won and fifteen-loss record. This record was co mpileJ w 1th a max1mu m of close and thr il ling games. The Peds staged the upset of rhe year by bearing Mankato 43-42 on Pete Polus· 66-foor shor in rhe closing seconds of rhe ba ll game. Ir was rhe firsr rime in ren yea rs rhar Winona T. C. has defeared rh e Indians in bas ket bal l. The T. C. cagers flnished in a rie for fourth posirion 10 the Minnesota Stare College Conference, ha' ing won th ree and lose live in conference play. Sonny Dahl IS the only member of t he squad ro be lost by graduation. Polus led rhe scoring wirh 272 points in 22 ga mes, followed by Anderson '"irh 143 points and \'ondrashek wirh 136 points which he collected in rhe firsr ele,·en games in whtch he played. The rea m compiled 1, 153 points for a 52.4 point a\·erage as com pared ro 1,258 points and a 56.2 average fo r their oponenrs Now look men I Arns coaches t he basketball squad 1nto a new play. B. Elltor runs around h1s guard. P. Polus a mung for h1s b1g shot. Happy Pete after his ,iccor) ...


J. Barrcrr, C.

Back Row: Coach Arns, L. Anderson,.). Drugan ,

J. Tews, P. Du Bois, M. Lee, H. Konkol. .\rco11d R.ou•: R. Kcrsho", D. Brandr, H. Karle, E. Bcnnerr, J. Yanrcs, J. Mahlh, R. Srark . Fro11t Row:

H. Radrke, F. Percuoco, kopow•cz, E. Mueller.

Hit ting ac a precentage of better tha n .320 for a team average, the Warrior baseba ll team won three cham pionships wi t h 14 \' ictories and 4 defeats. The ream a nnexed the city cha m pions hip wich cwo victor ies over St. Mary's. T hey gai ned t he M inneso ta Stare College Conference ch ampions hi p along w ith the M in nesota-Wiscons in Bi-State Conference cha m pions hi p.

Ev . Mueller and Dad Stark Jed the pitchers w ith records of five wins and no losses w hi le Andy Swora held the high strike record wi th 31 strike-ours .

Led by M arcy Lee and Sonny Da hl w ho hi t .478 and .403 respec ti vely, t he tea m also sported 9 oc her men w h o hi t the ball at a cli p of .300 o r berter.

Dahl, A. Swora, S. Pro-

The Peds had a coral o f 31 doubles, 11 triples, 22 homers, and 127 singles for a rota l of 191 hi ts off opposing pitc hers. Dahl a nd Lee had 7 homeruns each . Winona pitc hers gave bu t 135 hi es fo r a total of 105 runs. Of these hi ts, o pposing players connected for buc two homeruns and a toea I of 31 extra base h its off t he slants of t he T. C. fl ingers.


Pitcher Record W. Mueller ........ . 5 Stark ........... 5 Swota . . .... .... 2 J. Drugan ....... 1 Prokopowicz ... . 1

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W.S.T.C Opponent 13 ... . ... Upper Iowa .... ........ . 11 5 ....... Centra I College. . . . . . . . . . 3 8 ....... Westminisrer College ..... 1 11 ....... La Crosse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 15 ....... Wartburg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7 ....... La Crosse .......... . .... 10 17 ....... RiverFalls . . ........ . ... 9 10 ....... Upper Iowa ......... . .. . 14 7 ....... SL Mary. s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 9 ..... .. Mankato. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 13 ....... Mankato ................ 7 1 ...... . St. Cloud . .......... .... . 2 4 ....... St. Cloud. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 8 ....... Eau Claire ..... . .. . .. .... 0 22 ....... Eau Claire ............... 3 18 ....... Moorhead. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 14 ..... . . Sr. Mary's . ....... ....... 3 1. . ..... River Falls .............. 10 Boss-man Moe Last minute pressure from Arns ... F. Percuoco, H. Karle, L. Anderson, L. Ellinghuysen, and Mahlke.

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8J<k Rou . C. BradhJgen, D. Todd. L. Roschen R. \'erchota, R.

Run! boys, run! And that's just what the track ream does. The team, missing men in many events, cou ld not gather a first place trophy; but they came as close to it as poss1ble with a small squad. They placed second in the Minnesota Stare College Confcrenct;; meet afrer leading through the meet until its final two events, in which they had no men entered. It was the same scorv in the Minnesota-Wisconsin State Conference m~er where the track men placed third. The Peds dropped their only duo-match ro LaCrosse bur they came back with a se<.:onJ in rhe four ream Mankato meet. The team of: Dave Todd, Lyle Roschen, John Mettille, Jack Strommer, Joe Lynch, Jim LaChappelle, Dorence Nelson, Andy Swora, Marry Beyers, Bob Dreisbach, Bob Clausen, and Bob Verchora will return for the 1950 season.

CIJu,cn, D. C.hnstcnsen , S. Petcr~on Frolll Rou¡: J L)nch, J. La Clupf'<'ll, D Nelson, J. Strom mer.


Back RDw: A Swota, J . Lynch, R. Htll, D. K•ng , F Warweg, G. Sandstede. RDw 4: J. Hedman , D. Cook, M. Bever, H Radtke, R. Verchota, J. LaChappelle, R. Eilts. RDw 3: F. Percuoco, C. Dahl , L. Scanlan, D. Todd, \V . Ferguson, R. Stark, R. Clausen, H.

Konkel. R Dw 2: Mr. McCown, W. Drugan, V. Stensrud, J. Malke, R. Kubier, R. Kershaw, Mr. Arns. Fmu RDw: R. Elliot, M. Lee, W. Schumacker, J. Drugan, L. Anderson, S. Peterson.

Every campus has irs share of "beeg" lecrer men running or ambling about . . . even T. C. For an obvious reason our lecrermen wear "W's" ... and they have organized the inevitable "W" Club ... . The emblems worn by the members of this group signify that the wearers have partici pared in a major sport and have adhered ro the requiremenrs of good sportsmanship . . . The funcuon of rh1s

group is ro award "W" blankets to seniors who have won four letters and in sports or three letters have been captain . . . Thei r candidate won the homecoming queen contest this year ... Big shot in the club is Darold King, helped by Bob Star k, vice-presidenr; Ra lph Kershaw, secretary-treasurer; Fletch Harvey, Historian; and Advisers . . Mr. McCown, Mr. Arns, and Mr. Brodhagen.

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etu~J. The Warriors did not fare so well in the field of golf as they failed co come out on top once. They placed fourth and sixth respectively in the Minnesota Stare College Conference and the MinnesotaWisconsin Scare College Conference. In duo meers they chased che ball around the course in five matches but could not salvage a victory. W.S.T.C.

OPPONENTS

57'2 ............ River Falls .......... 67'2 37'2 ............ La Crosse ........ ... 87'2 5,Y2 ............ Scout ...... ........ . 97'2 47'2 .......... . .St. Mary's .......... 107'2 5 .... . ......... Mankato: .......... 13

P. Pellowskt,J . Pendlewn,J. Wtlson, M. Beyers, and L. Scanlon, kneeling.


B"r"- Rou CoJ<h M<Cown, B Dru!(an, N Mor/(cnson, A. Swor.o, Kerng.on, L. Ellonghu1scn Rou_. 2: D. Elkins, J. L.o Ch.oppclk,

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D. Cook,.). Carlson. Row 1: D. Elltot, D. Thorson, W. Fergensen, W. Shumachcr, C. Dahl.

eu After completing a rough course in Anatomy, all men Physical Education majors are admitted into this group . .. which gives co them knowledge of trend in education . . . improvements . . . and general conditions abour the field. This group supervised the freshmen-sophomore rough football game which opened the homecoming activities . . . . they administered McCloy Physical Efficiency Tests prior ro the Intramural 13as kerhalls program ... they work ... they serve as guide for Lha r program ... they work ... they work on the Spring Picnic for the School ... and rhey have fun. Chief character in this group is tall with a heinie and called Charles Hansen; Jim W i Ison and Horst Radtke rake next honors ... and Mr. McCown is the faculty member who guides them. D. Redlich and J. Fcnnie, guesr cheerleaders.


The racket swingers of Teachers College had a good year under the dm:ction of Coach L. A. McCown . By defeartng the ream from Sr. Mary's, they gained rhc Ciry Championship ririe. After this victory, they won two more marches while suffering rwo losses ro end the season with a 3-2 record. In tournament play, the team also fared well by gaining both second place tn the Minnesota Srare College Conference tournament and the Minnesota-Wisconsin Bt-Srate Conference tourney. Prospects for the future are not the best for W.S.T.C. 's ream as 11ve of the six ream members will nor be enrolled. The ream consisted of: Bill Tsarsos, Jack Myers, Jtm Dresser, Barney Murtaugh, Dan Besser, and Tony Zigneigo. W.S.T.C. OPPONENT 6 .. .... ... . Sr. Mary's ... . .. .. .. 2 . . .. . .... Mankato . .... .. . . . .. . . . .. . .. RiverFalls .. . .... ... 6 4 . . .. . ... . . . . Stout. ... . ....... . .. 2 .... . ... . . . . . La Crosse . . . . . . . . . . . .

M Kolbtrg, B. McCarl, and B. Crumb.

0 4 1 2 4

Back Row: Coach Brodhagen, A. Stark, J. Barrett, B. Verchota, C. Hansen, .J. Lynch, J. Murray, D. King. Row J: M. Beyers, V. Anderson, L. Mauland, M. Rollins, J. Summers, H . Radtke.

Row 2: F. Percuoco, H. Karle, R . Kershaw, D. Judd . Front Row: D. Todd , F. Luchau , H. Konkol, R. Eilts, R. Lawstucn.


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A. rare moment .... studying.

The girl between che stockings is Elena. Cleanliness is next co Godliness . . . so pass che Halo, kid. Canasta ... Canasta ... Caoasca. OOPS ... Ic's bridge.


While gorls play cards, Drocsbach and King srudy. Who Darm Eonsreon Hohnstein. Nod and Ra\ heckle B. Clausen. He isn¡r srudyong anyho". Charranoogie Shoe Shine Boy . . . L. Orbcck


Comes spring and L. Roschen hns the shower. Some g1rls do the1r homework at Maxwell ... Marn caught a cold .. . that"s \. 1c's \.'aporub on h1s nose ( he sa,¡s Your home away from home ... Prentiss Lodge nonscmc.


WHO DAT? Noel in his "sack" ... "har no card game down stairs. AI Kulig scores up energv for a btg game. No not March IS ... buc almost ... a¡s regtstration day. Mrs. Griffith gtves that all •mportant key co Macey.


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Stf;lllng our. Exchange Gang rhc rorularit~ of thts place is increasing. Good food, no douhr.

lr's empt} ... So \\'luc 1 "Dam che Bea,crs" wins a prize for R. Sieberc. over che preciOus prize.

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"Yah \\' ILL> . ..• Jeerer~ ... L. Peters wtns again. Shepard Serenade The)' don't play Canasta either ... what up> No style? Double exposure . .. . Ray and Ro, Or ts EnJOY yourself. .. etc.

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Charles Emerson Boddie and Dr. Raymond.

On Monday during auditorium programs we heard speakers; lecturers informed us on nearl y every subject manner possible. One who no doubt remains outstanding in everyones mind is Mr. Charles Emerson Boddie. His dynamic presentation kept us all in line ... his clever humor kept us in srirches ... and his general impression and speaker's manner kepr us aware of rhe facr that success is an all important goal for each of us. Wil l we ever forger his deep thought, especially in the sta tement "Do not mistake rhe rustic cackle of your berg for the murmur of the world ." We need more people like Mr. Boddie. Earl Schreiber mee1s Alex Tempel !On.

The Community Concert series brought many talented artists to Winona this year, bur they too had an outstanding personality and artist ... Alex Templeton. The largest turnout of music lovers ever seen in Winona filled the High School auditorium and the stage. We heard Debussy, Ravel, Rachmaninoff and " Rag Mop" ... just an example of the versatility of the artist. At rhe end of the concert he played a composition of his own ... and then for humor he combined several songs and played them all together. This was a concert we will neYer forger because ir was performed by a man we will never forg¡et, Alex Templeton. Audience appeal . ...


This year W. S. T. C. had one of the biggest and best Homecoming celebrations ever witnessed on the campus. From the opening pep fest ... to the coronation of Queen Rosie Shields . . . the co-ed dance in Ogden ... to early rising of srudents who produced the largest and most colorful parade ( Homecoming, chat is.) ever seen in Winona . . . The Queen·s float ... floats for che chirceen candidates .. . many, many bands from rhe area .. . several comedy unics . . . che football game .. . open house ac che dorms and lodges ... right on down ro the formal . . . everything was packed with spirit and enthusiasm. All the credit for the push behind che successful event goes to John Jupin and Joe Fennie. The C. C's provided humor. Queen candidates chis year were G . Blohm, M. Brekke, M. Bublitz, L. Denning, N. Garnes, M. Ihlan, J. Eskra, W. Leir, B. Lelwica, G . o·Neill, ·M. Thompson, E. Sanden.




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