Wenonah Yearbook - 1952

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Winona State Teachers College Winona, Minnesota



Athletics, social even ts, and organized ext ra -curricular activities al l are as much a part of a studen t's college career as his academic work. Often they occupy the best remembered hours of his years at college. T o thi s, the lighter side of college life which th e following pages reflect , this book is dedicated.

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A dream will become a reali ty wi th the e rec ti on of th e BUILDING FOR THE TRAININ G OF TEACHERS OF HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION on east campus. The expansion of the physical ¡plant will add new facditres rn which college men and women \4ill acquire learning experiences in the development of physical skills, in an appreciation of the phrlosophy of democ racy as rt is expressed in team sports and activities, in the practr cc of sportsmanship and fair play, and in the development of the individual personality through creative recreation.

The expansion of the physical plant is a definite indica tion that the co llege is giving its full strength and effort in bettering the educa tion of its studen ts. The students, too, rook back over their undergraduate careers to determine if they can make any improvement over the past. Prowess in athletics is on the increase and T eachers College is in for its share of victories.

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Neanng a century of service the college looks back over 1ts glorious past in order to see how it may better use its future. Part of that past was Ogden Hall . For many years that red roofed butld1ng served as a Model school, library, gymnasium, and more recently as a center for soc1al act1v1t1es. In its fifty years OGDEN HALL w1tnessed college history char actenzed uy rap1d changes, tenSIOnS, fears and anx1et1es, a s well as years charactenzed by a poolmg of ins1ght, knowledge, and experience from many areas of mveshgat1on and learning concernmg the bas1c problem of mankind 111 our t1mes L1kc the 1tems removed from 1ts cornerstone to be added to those gomg mto the new physical educatiOn butld1ng it IS a part of past and a part of the college's reded1cat1on.

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Guidance and Government. ..


President Nels Minne

Vtce President M. R. Raymond

AIMS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS The aims of Teachers College are to help all p~ospecttve teachers grow in understanding human growth; to instil the abilities, and the inclination to be a participating, creative, cooperating, responsible member of our dem ocratic society; to increase understanding of himself, his own motives and problems; and to develop good human relations. The college has attempted to assist the student to think critically and reflectively. Critical and reflective thinking involve facility in seeking knowledge through systematic in. quiry and in organizing facts and 'their implications so that logical conclusions may be drawn. To communicate effectively, to be able to set forth ideas clearly through the common media of written and spoken language, graphic representation, and the elements of mathematics, and in turn understand oth.er peoples' ideas expressed through these media has been an aim of the college. The department of social studies assists the student in ana lyzing situations in terms of past, present, and probable future significancethat is, upon proper perspective as does the science department help the student understand the role of science and its implications for human welfare. The school attempts to 12

lay a foundation for a personally satisfying and socially constructive vocation, be it teaching or another field. The prospective teacher is taught to believe in the dignity and social significance of his work. The curriculum. encourages the student to strive for self-realization consistent with social fulfillment. The college feels that one achieves self-realization through maximum development of physical and mental health and maximum application of whatever talents he possesses. Along with this the student is encouraged to cooperate generously, intelligent ly, and democratically in all social relationships. The student is asked to respond sensitive ly to the crea tive expression of the human spirit and to participate in creative endeavor. The entire college environment assist the college man or woman to apply at a high ethical level a consistent set of values to all situations and to develop spi ri tua I resources. It was with the conviction, that an .educational program for children, for youth, and for their teachers, which takes a dynamic role in cultural and social advance now and in the yea rs to come, must be different in many respects from that of several decades ago, that revision in teacher education were made.


REGISTRAR, PLACEMENT, AND DEANS Recognizing the prospect of a critical shortage of teachers in our schools the college has undertaken a recruitment drive to acquaint and interest high school men and women in careers in teaching. Faculty members and students have collaborated in this effort, recognizing that a rising enrollment in the elementary schools coupled with growing demands on our nations manpower will mean that more teachers wi II be needed. In connection with the recruitment program the Wenonah Players have made roadshow tours of many of the schools in the surrounding area. Also, as an effort to recruit students the Science Club sponsors Science Day, an annual open house at the college. As a service to students and graduates a placement service has been established to aid college men and women in securing jobs for students not planning to teach. The service will attempt to secure part -time jobs for those in need of financial assistance as well as permanent jobs for g'raduating students. In recognition of the fact that students need assistance in making wise decisions as they go forward with their education, Teachers College has been developing through the years a guidance and counseling program. Through this program efforts are being made to use the full resources of the institution in serving students so that they may understand the opportunities before them at the college. Where personal difficulties arise, it is the desire of the college to help the student find a solution, by which he can grow, develop, and benefit.

Registrar a nd Place ment D.rector : M1 ss Helen B Pntchard, G. E. F1 shbaughe r

Rural Education : Miss LOUISa M1ldred Bartsch

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Dean of Men : Maurice L. Manner

Dean of Steffenson

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Industrial and Fine Arts: Hugh Capron, Harry Jackson, M1ss Fiorella Murray

Languages and Speech: Miss Marion Davis, Miss Dorothy Magnus

SPEECH

ART, ENGLISH, AND MUSIC

More and more students have taken an interest in speech work necessitating the enrichment of the speech department, and for the first time at this college a speech major will be available. The requirements will be similar, both in content and number of credit hours, to those of many mid-west schools.

The departments of art, English, and music are here grouped together, for an appreciation and awareness of any of these arts means an appreciation and awareness of all human endeavor. The integrated courses in humanities recently added to the curriculum began with the conviction that man's feelings and thoughts about the world he lives in have found ~xpression in literature, art, and music. The humanities courses attempt to establish the basis for a wide appreciation of all arts that will continue to grow as the student gains further experience. The intention of the course is not to make the student proficient in any of¡ these fields but rather to familiarize him with the nature of the creative efforts in general and with certain outstanding contributions in particular which exist today as vital elements of our total cultural pattern.

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Agnes Bard, Fred Heyer, Walter

English: Miss Ralph Behling,

Augu~ta Nelson, W . M1~s Margaret Boddy.

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The wide interest taken in Science Day attests to the work of the science department in imparting knowledge of man and his physical universe. The men and women of the department learn to expec t change, to adjust to it, and to help make change.

MathematiCs and Sc1ence: Joseph Emanuel, R. L. Lokensgard, Kerlm Se1tz, L. A. Arnold


Educat1on and Psychology: John J. Fuller, E. L. Ragar

Soc1al Science and History: E. M. Dav1s, F. A. Jederman

EDUCAT ION AND PSYCHOLOGY

The pnmary funct1on of the college is the preparation of teachers for the public schools of the State of M1nnesota, and as a result the division of Educat1on and Psychology is of vital importance Changes in educational developments have reflected in changes in the professional curnculum, and enriched courses in psychology and education are being offered. SOC I AL STUD I ES

To acquaint the students with a knowledge of the origin of our mstitutions and the historical forces which have been instrumental in molding and modifying them and to better understand the contemporary scene, the social studies curriculum has been enriched by the add1tion of courses in Eastern and Western Civilization. PHYSICAL EDUCATION

The physical education courses offered by the department of health and physical education provide the students with learning experiences in the development of physical skills, in the practice of fair play and sportsmanship, in the appreciation of the philosophy of democracy as it is expressed in team sports and activities, and 1n personality development through creative expression.

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BUSINESS

A program of enrichment has been introduced in the business department of the college with the formulation of a minor in shorthand and typing. The department is particularly popular with men and women working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree as well as those in professional training for teaching.

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Men's Physical Educat1on: L. A. McCown, E. N. Brodhagen, Lyle Arns

Women's Physical Education: Miss Beulah Grego~re, M1ss Jean Talbol , M1ss Margaret Berven 15


HEALTH

Health has become one of the major objectives of education and the Health Service makes every effort to secure for each student systematic, regular and reasonable habits of work and recreation. LIBRARY

Teachers College's students spend more of the1r t1me 1n the library than in any other single buildmg on the college campus, unless it be the dormitories, lodges, or laboratories. To make these hours useful, and at the same time agreeable; to furnish the tools of the learning process efficiently and with as little obtrusion of formality as may be possible, to train the student in their efficient use; and, above all, to make the college library and the hours spent therein an influence which . will supply color and life to the framework of the formal curriculum-these are the aims of the library.

Dormitory Director and Nurse: Mrs. Fae Griffith, Mrs. Edward Valentine

Business Manager and Ass1stant Accountant: Woll1am B. Spetch, M1ss Bern1ce Safranek Office Staff: M1ss Holda Muhle, Mrs . Elizabeth Donath, M1ss Lorame Conaughty, M1ss Mildred Moroushek, M1ss Angelyn de Groot, Miss Myrtle Kratz

l1brary : M1ss Mary Ellen Schm1dt

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Here at the halfway mark of the twentieth century Teache rs College is confronted with the urgent necess1 ty of giving its full strength and effort in the development of a program that is more adequate to the needs and the insights of our times. To meet this challenge the curriculum has been enriched, the faculty has undertaken a program of se lfevaluation, and the physical plant is being enlarged. The students, too, are developing and maintaining capacit1es to live pOSitively, creatively, cooperatively m our changing world. Learning experiences in the school are seen as being an integral and interdependent part of the student's total educa t1on School and community associat1ons ansmg from extracurricular activities all share in the education of the individual. Approaching a century of se rvice, the college reflects, eva luates, and ded1cates itself anew to the serv1ce and wei fere of the people.



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Arm in Bartz Plainview, Minnesota Majors: Busoness Administration, History. Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Young Republicans 2, 3, History Club 2, Intramural 1, 2.

Kenneth Fred Seebold Winona, Minnesota Major: Business Minor: Social Science L.S.A. 1, Commerce Club 1, 2, ?. 4, Gamma Delta 2, I.R.C. 1, Representat ive Council 3, Science Club 4, Young Democrats 1, History Club 2, 3, Intramural 1, 2.

Richard Burnett Albert Lea, Minnesota Major : Biology Minor: Geography Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club, 3, 4.

Kenneth Tryggestad Rochester, Minnesota Major : Business Administration Minor : Social Studies Commerce Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, Science Club 4, Young Republicans 3, 4, Intramural 3, 4.

Richard George Winona, Minnesota Major: Mathematics, B.S. Minor: Phys ical Science, B.S. Major: Business Administration,

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Minor : Chemistry, B.A. Activities: Science Club Commerce Club 3, 4.

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J. Fredric Wiebusch Lake City, Monnesota Major: Business Administration Minors: Social Scoence, Art Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4, I.R .C. 2, 4, Kappa Pi 4, L.S.A. 1, 2, 4, Science Club 1, 2, "W" Club 4, Young Republocans 4, Football 1, 2, 4, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4.

Chester J. Kilanowicz Wonona, Monnesota Ma,or : Bus mess Administration Monors : Social Science, History Commerce Club 1, 2 , 3, 4, I.R.C. I, 2, 3, Newman Club 1, 2 ,3, 4, Scoence Club 1, Young Democrats 1, 2, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Hostory Club 3, 4.

Senior Class officers R. Driesbacl E. Sturdevant, L. J . Smith, adviser Mr. Emanuel.

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Joanne Ambrosen Wmona, Minnesota Major: Kindergarten - Primary A. C. E. 4 , L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative Council 2, 3, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4.

John Barrett Winona, Minnesota Majors: Physical Education, Biology Science Club 1, Vet's Club 4, Baseball 4, Men's P.E. Club 4, Intramural 4.

Donna Kindt Anderson Wmona, Minnesota Major: Kindergarten - Primary College Chorus 1, 2, 3, A. C. E. 4, Mendelssohn 1, 2, 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, L.S.A. 1, 2, Representative Council 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 11 2 1 Who's Who 4.

Edward Barrows Winona, Minnesota Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Art Class officer 2, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Pi 4, Representative Counci l 2, T.C. Tw irlers 3, 4, Orientation Team 2, 3, 4, Young Republocans 3, 4, Homecoming Chairman 2 3. 1

Robert Bailey Winona, Minnesota MaJOr: Socoal Studies Minor: Business Commerce Club 2, I.R.C. 1, 'T.C. Twirlers 2, "W" Club 4, Vet's Club 2, Football 3, Intramural 4.

Eugene Baumbach St. Charles, Monnesota Majors: Mathema tics, Science Monor: Geography Band 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4, I.R .C. 3, 4, Scoence Club 2, 3, 4, T.C . Twirlers 3, 4, Intramural 1' 2, 3, 4.

Robert Ballard Wonona, Minnesota Majors: Business Educatoon, Industroal Arts. Apollo 2, College Chorus 2, Commerce Club 3, lndustroal Arts Club 3, L.S.A. I, Vet's Club 1 ..

Dorothy Bergsrud Wonona, Minnesota Mc110r: Elementary Educatoon A.C.E. 2, 3, 4, I.R .C. 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Po 3 1 4, L.S.A. I , 2, 3, 4, Wononan 2, 3, Young Democ rats I 2. 1

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Myrtle Bernhardt lew1ston, Mmnesota Major: Elementary - Primary Band 1, A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, Wenonah 2, 3, Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, Wesley Club 3.

Raymond Casini W1nona, Minnesota Mator. Science Mmor: Speech Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Wenonah Players 4, Orientat1on Team 2, 3, 4, Young Republicans 3, 4.

Audrey Bodelson Red Wing, Minnesota Ma,or: Elementary Educat1on A.C.E 1, 2, 3, 4, L SA 1, 2, 3, 4, Wenonah Players 2, Wmonan 1, 2, Purple Key 2.

Don Cieminski Wmona, M1nnesota Majors: Business Education and Mathemat1cs Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, I.R .C. 2, Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Representative Council 4, Sc1ence Club 3, '1, T C. Tw~rlers 3, Wenonah 1, 2, 3, 4, Winonan 2, Yo ung Democrats I.

Melra Bohnen Norwood, Minnesota Ma,or: Phys1cal EdiJCation M1nors¡ English, H1story Band 2, 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Wenonah 4, Winonan 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wesley Club 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 2, 3.

C. D. Cook Dover, Mmnesota Major: English Mmor: Speech T1 ansfer student I R C. 4 , Kappa Delta Pi 4, Rad1o Gudd 4, Wenonah Players 3, 4 .

Mary Carlson M1nneapolls, Minnesota Mator: Elementary Educat1on A.C.E. 3, 4, Rad1o Gudd 3, 4, Wenonah 3, 4, Wmonan 3, Congo Club 3.

Richard Courtier Winona, Mmnesota Ma,or : Social St ud1es Minors: Business and Mathematics Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4, I. R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, L. S.A. 1, T.C. Twirle rs 3, 4, W enonah 4, Vet's Club 2, 3, Young Democrats 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4 . 22


Gayle Crandall Rochester, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education College Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, A. C. E. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 1, 2, I.R.C. 1, Mendelssohn 1, 2, 3, 4.

Robert Dreisbach Lake City, Minnesota Majors: Science and Mathematics Class Officer 4, Representatove Council 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, "W" Club 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 1, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4.

Gordon Danuser Winona, Minnesota Majors: Music, Business Education Apollo 4, Band 1, 3, 4, College Chorus 4, Commerce Club 1, Kappa Delta Po 3, 4, Representatove Council 1, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Mason Music Club 1, 3, 4, Rhythm Masters 1, 3, 4, Orientation Team 3, 4.

Betty Ebert Wmona, Minnesota Ma,or: Elementary Educatoon A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 1.

John Denier Troy, New York Ma jor: Physical Education Minor: Social Studies Commerce Club 2, Newman Club 3, 4, Representatove Council 1, "W" Club 2, Football 2, Men's P.E. Club 3, Intramural 3.

David Elkins Winona, Minnesota Ma,or: Scoence Minors¡ Mathematics and Physocal Educatoon Science Club 3, 4, Vet's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's P.E. Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3.

Marjorie Diekrager Dakota, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education A.C.E. I, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Delta 1, 2, 4, lnter-Varsoty Chmtoan Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4.

Rudolph Ellis Harmony, Mmnesota Majors. Physical Education and History Monor: Boology Class Officer 3, L.S.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Representative Council 3, Scoence Club 4, "W" Club 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Vet's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Baseball 1, Men's P.E. Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4.

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Donald Vincent Enright Lanesboro, Mmnesota Major: Social Science Minors: Typong and Bookkeeping, General Busmess Commerce Club I, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4.

Wendel J. Hoch St. Paul Park, Minnesota Ma,or: Science Minor: Mathematics

Charles Erwin Wonona, Monnesota MaJor : Industrial Arts Minor: Physical Education Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, T.C. Tworlers 3, lJ, Young Democrats 3, Men's P.E. Club 3, 4, Intramural I, 2, 3, 4.

Harold S. Jackson Greenwood, Wisconsin MaJOr: Music Monor: Social Studies Apollo 4, Band I, 3, 4, College Chorus 4.

Ernest Fletcher Harvey Wonona, Minnesota Major: Industrial Arts Monor: Physical Education Industrial Arts Club I, 2, 3, 4, "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wenonah 2, Vet's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Young Republocans 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Men's P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 1, 2, Homecoming Queen Chairman 1, 2.

Lorraine McNary Johnson Kellogg, Monnesota Majors: Elementary Educa toon Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 4.

Bernard J. Heaney Mazeppa, Mmnesota Major: Elementary Education

Harriet Jorgenson Albert Lea, Minnesota Majors: Physical Education, Biology Cheerleader 4, Representative Council 3, Science Club 3, 4, Wenonah 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Leon King Rochester, Minnesota Major: English Minors: History, General Business Commerce Club 4, Kappa Delta Pj 2, 3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4.

John L. Mettille Winona, Minnesota Majors: Art & Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Football 1, Vet's Club 4, Intramural 1, 2, 4.

Dwight Kinne Red Win(!, Minnesota Major: Music Minor: Social Science Transfer student Band 2, 3, 4, I.R .C. 2, Chapter 66 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Masters 4, Intramural '}..

Lyle F. Miller Waseca, Monnesota Majors : Industrial Arts and History Band 1, Industrial Arts Club 2, WesiE\Y Club 2, Young Republicans 4.

Joe Lynch Watervliet, New York Major: Physical Educ'ation Minor : Typing and Bookkeepong Commerce Club 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Foo tball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2 , 3, 4, Men's P.E. Club 2, 3, 4.

Ned G. Morgenson Racine, Wisconsin Majors : Mathematics & Physical Education Science Club 3, 4, "W" Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Men's P.E. Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural 3, 4.

William B. McCarl Winona, Mmnesota Major : Art Minor : His tory Class Officer 1, Cheerleader 1, Kappa Delta Pi 2, Intramural 2, History Club 2.

Dorence J. Nelson Ivanhoe, Minnesota Majors : Industrial Arts and Physical Education Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4 , Vet's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Orientation Team 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's P.E. Club 3, 4, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Duane R. Nienow St. Charles, Minnesota Major: Social Studies Minors: Music and General Business Band 2, 3, 4, Commerce Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, Mason Music Club 2, Rhythm Masters 2, 4, Young Republicans 2, 3, 4.

Calvin Ryder Winona, Minnesota Major: Biology Minor: Industrial Arts

Arthur Olson, Jr. Blooming Prairie, Minnesota Major: Business Administration Mmor: History L.S.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Wenonah I, 2, Class Officer 3, Representative Council 3, Intramural I, 2.

Earl A . Schreiber Winona, Minnesota Majors: English and Music Minor: Speech Band 4, Gamma Delta 4, L.S.A. 2, Radio Guild 4, Wenonah I, Wenonah Players I, Mason Music Club 4, Rhythm Masters 4, Deba te I, Chapter 66 2.

John L. Riesch A lma, Wisconsin M ajors: Histo ry and Social Science Minor : Speech I.R.C. I, 2, Radio Guild 4, Representative Council 4, Who's Who 4, Vet's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Young Democrats I, 2, 3, 4, H1 story Club 3, 4, Intramural 4.

Rosemary M. Seibert Stillwater, M1nnesota Major: English Mmors: Art, Social Studies Gamma Delta 2, I.R.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta P1 3, 4, Wenonah 2, 3, 4, Wenonah Players 3, 4, Wmonan I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, Who's Who 4.

Lyle H. Roschen Lake City, Minnesota Majors: Physica l Education and History Apollo I, 2, 3, College Chorus 1, 2, 3, L.S.A. I, 2, Radio Guild 2, 3, Representative Council 4, Science Club 4, "W" Club 2, 3, 4, Wenonah Players I, 2, 3, Winonan I, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Young Republicans 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track I, 2, Men's P. E. Club 3, 4, Intramural I, 3, 4, Band I.

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Winona, Mmnesota Major: English Minors: Speech and Typing--Shorthand College Chorus 3, Commerce Club 2, Mendelssohn 3, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 3, Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3, Wenonah 2, Wenonah Players 2, Winonan 3.


Thomas F. Stoltman Winona, Minnesota Major: English Minors: Speech and Socil!l Stud1es Newman Club 3, Radio Guild 3, 4, Wenonah 2, 3, 4, Wenonah Players 3 ,4, Winonan 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4 Vet's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Young Democrats 3.

Don Turnbull Albert Lea, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education A.C.E. 4, L.S.A. 4, Vet's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Young Republicans 4, History Club 2, Intramura l

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Calmer Strand St. Charles, Minnesota Major: lndustnal Arts Minor : Social Studies L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, lndustnal Arts Club 3, 4 , Football 1.

Dorothy Vehrenkamp Chatfield, Minnesota MaJOr: Kmdergarten - Pnmary Minor : Music Band 3, 4, Gamma Delta 3, 4, I.R.C. I, 2, 3, 4 , Wenonah 3, Wenonah .Players 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 3, Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4.

Eugene ~. Sturdevant Galesville, Wisconsin Major: Elementary Educat1on Class Officer 4, A.C.E . 4, I. R.C. 1, Representat1ve Council 4, T.C. T wirlers 3, 4, Wesley Club 4, Who's Who 4, Yo ung Democrats 2 , History Club 3, 4, Intramural

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John D. Wood Wmona, Mmnesota Ma,ors : Music, Social Studies

Dorothy Tukua Albert Lea, Minnesota Majors : Phys1cal Education, Social Studies L.S .A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative Council 4, Wenonah Players I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 , Women's P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Orientation Team 3, 4.

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Isabel Anderson LeRoy, Monnesota A.C.E. 2, l.S.A. 2, Radio Guild 2, T.C. Twirlers 2, Wenonah Players 2.

Jean Colstrup Albert Lea, Minnesota A.C.E . 2, Gamma Delta 2, L.S.A. I, Y.W .C.A. 2.

Mary Angell St. Paul, Minnesota

Jean Crawford Winona, Minnesota N~wman Club I, 2, T.C. 2, Young Democrats I .

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Edythe Beckman Cannon Falls, Minne~ ta A.C.E. 2, Inter- Varsity Christian Fe llowship 2, L.S.A. 2.

I Joan Davison Minneapolis, Minnesota A.C.E. 2 .

Marjorie Bell West Concord, Minnesota I.R.C. 2, W .A.A. 2.

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Wonona, Minnesota Act ivities : Newman Club Young Democrats I, 2.

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Yvonne Ellestad Spring Grove, Minnesota

Madeline Feil Byron, Minnesota Band 1, A.C.E. 1, 2, L.S.A. 1, Winonan 1, 2, Homecoming Royalty 2.

Hazel D. M. Engler Randolph, Minneso ta A.C.E. 1, 2 , lnter-Vars1ty Christian Fellowship 2, T.C. Twirlers 1, 2, Y.W C.A. 1, 2.

Virginia Fredrickson Savage, Minnesota W.A.A. 2, A.C.E. 2.

JoAnn Epping Austin, Minnesota A. C. E. 1, 2, Newman Club 1, 2, T .C. Twirlers 2, W .A.A. 1.

Donna May Freeman Dexter, Minnesota A.C.E. 2, Gamma Delta 1, 2, Representative Council 1, 2, Wenonah Players 1, 2, Winonan 2, Orientation Team 2.

Joyce Erdman Wykoff, Minnesota A.C.E. 2, Gamma Delta 1, W.A.A. 1, 2, Y.W.C .A. 2.

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Esther Gade New Albin, Iowa A. C. E. I , 2.

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Darle ne Griebe now Harmony, Minnesota Band 1, College Chorus 1, 2, Mendelssohn 1, 2, Wesley Club 1, A.C.E. 1, 2.

Genevieve Kassube Bertha, Minnesota Band¡ 1, A. C. E. 1, 2, Wenonah 1, Debate 1, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowsh1p 2, T.C. Tw1rlers 2.

Bonnie Halvorson Canton, Mmnesota A.C.E. 1, L.S.A. 1, 2.

Lorraine Kemi Cloquet, Minnesota A.C.E. 1, 2, L.S.A. 1, 2, T.C. Twirlers I, 2, Y .W.C.A. 1, 2.

Elaine Hansgen St. Charles, Minnesota A.C.E. 1, Newman Club 1, 2, T.C. Twirlers 1, 2.

Rosemary Landherr Taopi, Mmnesota A.C.E. 1, 2, Newman Club 1, 2, W.A.A. 1, 2.

Margaret A . Kaiser St. Paul, Mmncsota A. C. E. 2, Newman Club 1, 2, Wenonah Players 1, W.A.A. 1, 2, Y.W.C.A. 1.

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LeRoy, M1nnesota, A. C. E. 1, 2, L.S.A. 1, 2, T.C. Twir lers 1, 2, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2.


Margaret J. Lommen Spnng Grove, Minnesota A.C.Eo 1, 2, Wenonah 1, L.SoAo 1, 2, Debate lo

Catharine McBride Stewartville, Minnesota College Chorus 1, 2, A. C. EO 1, 2, Mendelssohn¡ 1, 2, Representative Council 1, 2, Wenonah Players 1, 2, Wesley Club 1 0 20

Barbara Lynch Hastings, Minnesota AOC.Eo 1, 2, Winonan 1, Newman Club 20

Anna May Mann Houston, Minnesota AOCoEo 1, 2, TOCO Twirlers 20

Margaret Lynch Chatfield, Minnesota Newman Club 1, 2, AoCoEo 20

Marlene Manty Cloquet, Minnesota A.C.Eo 1, 2, L.SOA. I , 2, TO C. Twirlers 1, 2, WoAoAO 1, YoWOC.A. 1 0

Mary Pauline Lynch Cha t field, Minnesota College Chorus 1, 2, A. C. EO 2, Mendelssohn 1, 2, Newman Club I , 2, Winonan 2, Homecoming Royalty 2o

Joyce Moon Byron, Minnesota A oCo Eo 1, Cheerleader 2, L.SoAo 1, 2, Y.WOCOAO 1, 20

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Laura Ann Pe te rson Lake City, M innesota A.C.E. 2, Radio Gu ild 2 , T .C . Twirlers 1, 2 , W enonah 2, Winonan 1, 2, W .A.A. 1, Y.W.C.A. 2 .

Jeanette Salwey Rushford, Minnesota A.C.E. 2, Inter- Varsity Christ ian Fellowship I.

Joan Post Zumbrota, Minnesota A. C. E. 1, 2 , l.S.A. 1, 2, Wenonah I, W .A.A. 1, 2.

Robert Stockhausen Ro ll ingstone, Minnesota Newman Club 1, 2 .

Beverly Redalen Lanesboro, M innesota A.C.E. 2, L.S.A. 1, 2.

Janet C. Torgerson Peterson, M innesota L,S.A. 1, 2, A.C.E: 2, Y.W .C.A. 2.

Betty Rose Winona , Minnesota A. C. E. 1, 2, Newman Club l , 2 , T.C. Twirlers 1, Young Republ icans l, 2, History Club 1.

Rosalie Willis Cannon Falls, Minnesota A. C. E. 1, 2 , L.S.A. 1, 2 , Repr~sent ­ ative Council 2 , Wenonah 1, W enonah Players 1, 2, Winonan 1, 2 , Orientation Team 2 .

Bachelor of Science John Edwards Albert Lea, Mi nnesota Gene Pe lowski Winona, M innesota Matthew Riley Winona, Minnesota Joanne Walch Altura, M innesota Mable Ruppert Austin, Minnesota Andrew Swota Wa tervliet, New York

Bachelor of Art Burton Cooper W inona, Minnesota

Associate in Education Leona Tlougan Preston, Minnesota lone Muburger, . Spring Va lley, Minnesota

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Back Row: L. Christianson, A. Rentz, L. Jamkowski, H. Buck, C Hass, D Almen, J. Ramstad, W . Drier, R. Carlson. Third Row : R. McKeag, R. Hill, R. Lingenfelter, W. Dohman, A. Kulig, R. Krieger, L. Johnson, I. Gaal, D. Mallinger, M. Christgau. Second Row : R. Hurley, K. Stapel, J. Pelowski, N. Mail lie, L. Rheingans, J. Verchota, C. Morse, E. Fox, N. Chinander, M . Greenwood, C. Ludwitzke. Front Row: J . Duis, C. Mathias, R. Fenwick, J. Percy, L. Adams, E. Johnson, L. Hallstrom, G. Welcher, R. Wood, W . Holl1day.

The juniors with their participat ion in t he clubs and soc1eties of the college and the sponsoring of the Valentine party are looking forward to the completion of thei r senior year, and their new future in the teaching field. Officers are president, lan Gaal; vice-president, Reuben Krieger; secretary-treasurer, Mary Ellen Christgau; adviser, Mr. Mariner.

e party the Valentin Students a:he Junior Class. spOnsored by J unior Class officers I. Gaal, M. Ch ristgau, adviser Mr. Maroner, R. Kroeger.

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Back Row: L. Christ, B. Benson, J. Lewinski, W. lovik, E. Cook, J. Hamblin, M. Rosen, R. Wildgrube, R. Congdon, J . Knothe, R. Farmer, R. Hicks, D. Olson, R. Ali tz, W. Wortman. Fourth Row : G. Hansen, R. Kowles, D. Sm1th, R. Burkard, l. Pankow, l. Mohr, J. Smes, W . Multhaup, R. Strommer, R. Hart, J. Garry, G. Quiel. Third Row: W. Gongoll, G. Timm, G. Wermager, G. Rygmyr, M. Heglmeier, V. Ciemmsk1, M. Wager, L. Scanlan, E. Kmne, S. Rauch , M. Kieffer, B. Huntley, J. Streed, R. Czaplewski, C. ledebuhr. Second Row: J. Martin, D. Wiggins, B. Brennan, D. Strupp, S. Krage, K. Keese, J .Bassett, M, larson, J. Randall, I. Hanson, M. Wieman, M. Maj erus, G. Hampton. Front Row: B. Hoon, S. Minkewitz, M. Kilke ll y, E. Sh1moniski, H. ltomura, B. Gushikuma, K. Hall, D. Berglund, T. Noda, N. Noda, R. Bonnerup, S. Barr.

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Class a SophOI"'"'ore £ \(inne. Olson, · \-\art, 0 ·

The sophomore class, with the help of the upperclassmen, sponsored freshman initiation week which inc luded the Kangaroo Court and the party and dance which ended the week of initiation. Office rs are president, David Olson; vicepresident, Richard Hart; secretary-treasurer, Janice Scheerer replaced by Elizabeth Kinne and adviser, Miss Murray. 34

Freshman Class adviser Mr. Arnold and officers J. Sontag, M. Yetzer, I. Highum.


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Back Row: G.Liebsch, G. Ehlers, R. Farrand, D. Porter, D. Timm, C. Gegen, A. Maze, J. Grebin, J. Mettlach, G. Olson, J. Jertson, R. Heitman. Third Row: N. Liffrig, G. Warren, V. Graner, E. Behnken, M. O'Reilly, R. Kottke, G. Kingsbury, W. Puetz, R. Ottoson, B. Wilford, D. Schroeder, E. Hentges. Second Row: C. Jessen, M. Patterson, D. Jetson, L. Bambenek, M. Washburn, A. Miller, C .Anhalt, M. Yetzer, F. Paulson, D. Mahlke. Front Row: M. Glaus, J. Wineski, • M. Majerus, B. McHugh, M. Erickson, E. Balch, D. Daun, C. Gernes, M. Fishbaugher, M. Kaehler, R. Lueders.

Upon completion of the initiation celebrations, the frosh became active as a class and with Betty Pechuman as chairman sponsored the Sadie Hawkins Dance at Phelps last fall. Their officers were elected in the fall as follows: President, Mary Yetzer; vice-president, Jon Sontag; secretary-treasurer, lone H ighum; • adviser, Mr. Arnold.

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lack Row: R. Odegaarden, J . Sontag, R. Woychek, C. Legwold, G. Frank, H. Peter, P. Boesen, T. Pollard, A. Russett, G. O'Reolly, D. Wolf, R. Wood, H. Lewis, J. Waldron, H. Kaste. Third Row: E. Swenson, C. Heins, E. Smith, T. Roewer, M. Czaplewski, P .Waas, A. Hagen, R. Gabbert, M . Fernholz, C. Ask, S. Stevens, M. LoveJOY,

J. Klahr, E. Bartz. Second Row: A. Schaffner, M. Breza, A. Eklund.- A. Harkness, M . Bottner, M. Carhart, I. Hanke, B. Pothen, A. Fosness, F. Progge, B. Gustafson, T. Meulemans. Front Row: S. Marton, D. Lesloe, C. Carroll, J . Wonchester, L. Weverstad, B. Pechuman, S. Sampson, I. Highum, B. Schmidt, L. Zimmer, H. Williams.

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Back Row:: J. Sontag, R. Heitman, I. Gaal, L. Reschen, D. Freeman, K. Stapel, A. Bianchi, C. Connaughty, R. Driesbach, M. Yetzer, F. Prigge, E. Sturdevant, D. Cieminski, B. Pechuman, W. McCarl. Seated: D. Olsen, D. Tuka, D. Anderson, R. Fenwick, L. Mohr, E. Johnson.

The center of our democratic school system at Winona is the representative council composed of the class officers and representatives from each class. This governing body discusses the problems that arise concerning the student body. The council is divided into specific committees

Hearty thanks, especially from the freshmen, goes to the Orientation Team who made them a little more at ease those first trying weeks. Again under the leadership of Robert Fenwick, this group of upperclassmen planned a program to introduce the college to the new studen ts. Freshmen week included the fresh men breakfast, the sale of the traditional " beanies", a get-acquainted dance and the 38

which deliberate on certain problems pertaining to the functioning of the college. This year the council has been operating under the leadership of John Riesch, president; Robert Fenwick, vice-president; Donna Kindt Anderson, secretary; Lois Mohr, treasurer and advisers Dr. Boddy and Dr. Fuller.

Front Row: R. Fenwick, D. Tukua, D. Freeman, R. Willis, L. Mohr. Back Row: Mr. Mariner, R. Casini, E. Barrows.

assembly at which the violators of the fresh men week rules were punished. The orientation team, besides giving the students verbal help, published the "Beanie", a guidebook about the col lege and campus li fe and the student directory.


This year, ten seniors were elected by the student body to represent W S T C in the publication WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES ANCt UNIVERSITIES. These students were selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service, att1tude, and character.

Major Squad : M . Kn1ebel, L. Mohr, R. Underbakke

School spirit was expressed vocally and enthusiastically at athletic contests with the leadership of the cheerleaders. The major squad consisting of captain Lois Mohr, Ruth Underbakke, and Marlyne Kniebel cheered at all home basketball games, and was assisted at the football games by the minor squad, Joyce Moon, Betsy Gushikuma, Abbie Jorgenson, Dorothy Jetson and Yvonne Ellstad. Miss Servin is the advisor.

Sta nding : R. Dreisbach, R. Ellis, L. Roschen, G. Danuser, J. Riesch, E. Sturdevant, T. Stoltman; Seated : R. Seibert, D. Tukua, D. Anderson.

H. Jorgenson, D. Jetson, J. Moon

B. Gush1kuma

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Left to right: M . Carlson, M. Christgau, M. Diekrager, L. Rhe1ngans, L. Smith, V. Naysmith, M. Bohnen, L. King, A. Sm1th, A. Vondrashek, D. Anderson, R. Fenwick, Miss Murray, C. Cook, W. McCarl, E. Fox, H. Hultgren, R. Wood, M. Hillig.

The National Honorary Fraternity of Education is represented at W . S. T . C. by the Gamma Tau chapter. The meetings of Kappa Delta Pi included informative discussions by members and guest speakers offering a greater appreciation in the field of education. The officers the past year were Donna Kindt Anderson, president; Alma Smith, vicepresident; Melra Bohnen, secretary; Leon King, treasurer; Dorothy Bergsrud, historianrecorder; Miss Murray, adviser.

Annual tea honoring fall quarter honor students,

One of the highest honors that a student can receive is admittance to the Purple Key. Selection of members is based upon character and unusual service in the field of education as demonstrated through scholarship and activities.

St~nding: G. Dan user, R. Casini, A. Smith; seated: G. Kassube, M. Bohnen. Not Pictured: D. Anderson, B. Cooper, R. Drie~bach, R. Seibert.

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Kappa Pi, the national art fratern1ty, was chosen last year's Service Club of the Year. This year the members showed their artistic talents in the decorations for the Homecoming dance, the Christmas windows, and the large number of posters they made for various school activities. An annual bazaar was held to finance a field trip to various Chicago Museums. This year's officers were Rita Simon, presi dent; Herbert Hultgren, vice-president; Barbara Luker, secretary; Lynette Hallstrom, treasurer; Margaret Hillig, social chairman; Ruth Wood historian-recorder; and Miss Murray, adviser.

Back Row: W. Holliday, J. Sontag, F. Wiebusch, E. Barrows, M. Hlllig, L. Smith, L. Halstrom. Front Row: R. Wood, Moss Murray, H. Hultgren, R. Simon, B. Luker.

f plan displays

the art baz.aar. or

R. Wood, Miss MurraY

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Back Row: J. Johnson, K. Stapel, C. Legwold, H. Peter, L. Christian5en, G. Wer.mager. Third Row: S. Minkew•tz, E. Behnken, T. Pollard, R. Fe1;1wick, i... Krogh, J. Garry, J. Streed, R. Kottke, R. Simon. Second Row: C. McBride, G. Crandall, L. Zimmer, S. Stephens, C. Carroll, G. Kingsbury, M. Washburn, E. Kinne, J. Winchester. Front Row: M. Lynch , I. Hanke, A. Smith, C. Ask, J. Percy, J. Waldron, Mr. Grimm, P. Boesen, F. Prigge, M. Lovejoy, D. Griebenow, L. Smith.

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Every Tuesday and Friday the blended masculine and feminine voices floated down from the tower as the college chorus held its rehearsals. Mr. Grimm, with Miss Bard accompanying, directed the chorus in the Christmas and Palm Sunday concerts, two Rotary Club concerts and in Christmas carolling at the hospital and the YMCA The officers were president, Luverne Christianson; vice-president, Darlene Griebenow and secretary, Catharine McBride.


The men's Apollo Club directed by Miss Bard and accompanied by Lois Jean Smith added their songs to each college vocal music Meetmg activity periods in the concert tower, the club sang folk songs, sacred music and other selections. Robert Lipinski replaced Neil Maillie as president. Luverne Christianson was secretary.

Left to right: L. Smith, accompanist, Miss Bard, G. Wermager, L. Christiansen, C. Legwold, P. Boesen, J. Waldron, L. Krogh, J . Johnson, H. Peter, K. Stapel, J. Streed, T. Pollard, R. Fenwick, J. Garry.

Back Row: C. McBride, G. Crandall, S. Minkewitz, E. Behnken, G. Kingsbury, F. Prigge, R. Kottke, R. Simon. Second Row: M. Lynch, L. Zimmer, S. Stephens, C. Carroll , E. Kinne, M . Washburn, L. Smith. Front Row: I. Hanke, A. Smith, C. Ask, J .Percyr Mr. Grimm, M. Lovejoy, D. Griebenow, J . Winchester.

The T. C. women's choir sang at each of the college vocal concerts, ending the season with the annual spring concert. The group was directed by Mr. Grimm and accompanied by Miss Bard. Officers were president, Lois Jean Smith; vice-president, Alma Smith; corresponding secretary, Faye Prigge; historian-recorder, Gayle Crandall; treasurer, Elizabeth Kinne. 43


In their purple and gray uniforms, the college band has performed at both the T.C. and Winona High School homecoming festivities this year. With two rehearsals each week, this group of musicians presented a spring concert and has played for us at both football and basketball games. Officers are Earl Schrieber, pres1dent; John Schuh, vice president; Lois J ean Smith, secretary-treasurer; Lois Weverstad and Lois Mohr, librarians; Mr. Heyer, adviser and director.

Back Row: D. Nienow, G. Frank. Fifth Row : D. Griebenow, J . Bassett, Mr. Heyer, B. Gongoll, L. Christoanson, M . Majerus, M. Rosen. Fourth Row : E. Behnken, L. Mohr, M. Washburn, D. Vehrenkamp, F. Prigge, E. Schreober, E. Baumbach. Third Row : M. Henderson, S.

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Rauch, J . Schuh, B. Wilford, C. Fox, D. Kinne, J . 'Waldron. Second Row : B. Schmidt, A. Hagen, D. Jetson, M . Bernhardt , J. Percy, J . Johnson, L. Weverstad . Front Row : R. Heitman, L. Zimmer, M . Glaus, E. Cook, D. Porter, V. Graner, L. Smith.


Back Row: B. Willford, D. Wood, J . Schuh, D. Porter and V. Graner. Second Row: H. Kaste, E. Schreiber, E. Cook and Mr. Heyer. Fjrst Row: E. Behnken, G. Danuser, C. Fox, D. Kinne, B. Gongoll, J. Johnson. Absent is D. Ntenow. ·

The T. C. Swing Band, under the direction of Mr. Fred Heyer, presented two concerts to the stude nt body and faculty this year. The programs consisted of popular and standard dance music arranged especially by Mr. Heyer for the orchestra. Besides the dreamy music,

In order that they might pool their knowledge and learn more about music the majors and minors in the field of music formed a club. The club, Chapter 66, is part of the national Music Educator's Association. Among their

a novelty number with Jack Schuh and Gordon Danuser featured a vivacious number played on a rubber hose and a tonette. Another number which was very pleasing to the audience was the vocal quartet with some new and modern renditions.

Front Row: E. Cook, E. Schretber, L. Smtth, V. Naysmith, M. Majerus, E. Behnken, D. Porter. Back Row: D. Kinne, G. Danuser, H. Jackson, J. J ohnson. Seated: J. Percy, F. Prigge, Mr. Grimm.

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Back Row: G. Hampton, J . Sines, C. Mathias, M. Tollin, D. Courtier, D. Elkins, R. Limpert, R. Lingenfelter, L. Roschen, J . Pelowskt, K. Tryggestad, N. Morgenson, R. Strommer, D. Cieminski, W. Fernholz. Third Row: L. Christenson, R. Ellis, R. George, W. Hoch.t Mr. Emanuel, E. ll<JUmbach, N. Chinander, L. Pankow, I. Gaal, R.

Casini. Second ltow: H. Hultgren, R. Hart, C. Connaughty, R. Driesbach, M. Wager, K. Stapel, L. Mohr, M. Vieths, L. Rheingans. Front Row: R. Hurley, R. Bonnerup, D .Wiggins, L. Adams, K. Keese, T. Noda, N. Noda, C . Morse, H. Jorgenson.

Attacks of hayfever, bruises, and sprains all played a part in the Science Club's activities this year. The hayfever came when the members were weeding out the area around Holzinger Lodge and the sprains and bruises, along with a great deal of fun, when the Science Club sponsored the winter party at Silver Slopes. On more of the scientific level was the fifteenth annual Science Day at which a record crowd saw displays in the science departments. At each monthly meeting the club invited a speaker to talk on a subject of scientific nature. Serving as officers were Robert Driesbach, president; David Elkins, vice-president; Karl Stapel, secretary- treasurer; Carol Morse, public relations and Mr. Emanuel, adviser.

Dr. Lokensgard gives last minute instruction to E. Baumbach and L. Adams.

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K. Keese, L. Rheingans, and R. Ellis practice an anatomy lecture.

I. Gaal and H. Buck study plant .life.

Physics experiments by R. Strommer, R. George.

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The cast of " The Silver Whistle" included above the wall: C. Gegen; Standing: G. Wermager, N. Liffrig, M. Christgau, G. Quill, R. Casini, G. Sweeney, D. Mallinger, 'R. Kottke, A. Vondrashek, R. Hart; Seated: T . Stoltma n, A. Smith, D. Freeman, M. Turnbull.

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C . D. Cook, M. T u rnbull and T. Stol t man in the road show production, " The Marriage Proposal."

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The spring play "The Silver Whistle" was presented in modified arena style in the Junior High assembly with the audience seated on three sides of the acting area. The musty inmates of the old people's home were led to a new concept of life for four performances, the largest number of performances of a spring play in the players' history. A new venture this year was the road show in-the- round production of "The Marriage Proposal" which played at communities in the surrounding area. Main social events for the year were the homecoming banquet and the spring initiation banquet. Liyhting for a number of programs at the college and for the Woody Herman dance was handled by Players members.

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Back Row: R. Hart, N. Liffrig, D. Mallinger, T . Stoltman, A. Vondrashek, G. Sweeney, R. Casini, C. Cook, J . Quiel, L. Mohr. Third Row: J. Streed, M. Reuter, A. Fosness, M. Christgau, L. Pankow, M. Bernhardt, J. Randall, M. Turnbull. Second Row: D. Vehrenkamp, C.

McBride, E. Behnken, R. Kottke, L. Adams, M. O'Reilly, D. Freeman. Front Row: R. Gabbert, K. Hall, A. Smith, M. Patterson, D. Jetson, R. Willis, I. Anderson, Miss Magnus.

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Back Row: R. McKeag, M. Rosen, C. Cook, Mr. Behling, T. Stoltman, L. Mohr Second Row: R Simon, L. Adams, M . Christgau, M. Bohnen, M . Feol. Front Row: R. Sm1th, R. Fenwick, L. Peterson, R. Willis, M. Patterson.

cks wtth the . Fenwick cne R McKeag Edttor J Martin, · orts staff , · sp d L Rosc.nen . an ·

The Circulation staff, D. Griebenow, M . Fe1l, Circulation Manager D. Freeman and B. McHugh mail papers to alumn1 and consume cokes.

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Once every month the halls of T. C. were filled with students and faculty reading the school paper, the Winonan. The groundwork for each issue was laid when managing editor Bob Fenwick arranged publication dates and page editors Bob Fenwick, Alma Smith, Mary Ellen Christgau and Lyle Roschen posted assignment sheets. Reporters and typists got copy ready for the printers. Page editors proofread galleys and made up page layouts. Finally, the circulation staff led by Donna Freeman mailed papers to alumni and other subscribers. The adviser, Mr. Behling, stood ready with suggestions to help the staff over the rough spots.

Assistant M. Patterson consults feature editor M. Christgau whtle A. Smith checks alumn1 news and L. Roschen and R. Fenwick read sports galleys.


Back Row: D. Cieminski, L. Roschen. Third Row: D. Leslie, M. C.:~rlson , L. Pankow, J . Waldron, J . Randall, Mr Behling . Second Row: A. Smith, M. Kniebel, L. Adams, M. Bohnen, L Mohr, M Bernhardt. Front Row: D Kleis, M. Patterson, M . Christgau, L. Peterson, C. J ohnson, R. W illis.

As soon as it was definitely decided there would be a yearbook, work began on the "memory book" designed to record a year's events at T. C. and reflect college life. Subscription manager Ruth Wood became a familiar figure in the box office during activity hour. The advertising staff under business manager Don Cieminski called on the city's businessmen. Editor Mary Ellen Christgau assigned Elloyce Johnson, Louise Adams, Rosalie Willis and Jack Martin to key positions. Together they arranged for copy to be written and pictures taken, planned layouts, read copy, cut pictures and made up dummies. Mr. Behling acted as adviser.

L. Adams and editor M. Christgau discuss faculty section layouts while clubs coverage editor R. WilliS looks on.

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J . Martin, E. Johnson paste up dummies. W. Dohman takes t1me out to watch.

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Standing: Mr. Hoyt, R. McKeag, J. Randall, D.. Vehrenkamp, A. Maze, A. Vondrashek, F. Wiebusch. Seated: L. Adams, W . Dner, K. Stapel, K. Tryggestad.

Through their activities the young Republicans learn about the work and activities concerned in a political party. Because of election year, the Young Republicans held a mock poll to determine who was the favorite candidate ofT C; Eisenhower was the winner. Ruth Wood was president; David Olson, 52

The International Relations Club is set up to study international relations in American colleges. Any student who is interested in the club and who is willing to actively participate in its activities can become a member. The club sponsored an assembly program and promoted the World Student Service Fund drive to help needy students in other countries. Officers were Dorothy Vehrenkamp, president; Robert McKeag, secretary-treasurer; Kenneth Tryggestad, program chairman; Rosemary Siebert, publicity chairman; Mr. Hoyt, adviser.

Back Row: D. Vehrcnkamp, J. Randal, E. Barrows, F. Wiebusch, D. Almen, M. Roessler, B. Heaney. Third Row: M1ss Murray, J. McCaffrey, L. Roschen, J. Garry, W. Wortman, R. Krieger. Second Row : K. Tryggestad, K. Stapel, A. Vondrashek, A. Bartz, D. Nienow, G. Quiel. Front Row : W. Holliday, D. Mallinger, R. Wood, L. Miller, D. Olson.

vice president; Norma Chinander, secretary and Lyle Miller, treasurer.


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One of the largest clubs at WSTC, the Association for Childhood Education is a group for future elementary school teachers. Meet ings which are held ¡monthly include speakers on topics of interest to the club members. The fall and spring teas are held for all e lementa ry students and faculty members. Officers are Rosalie Willis, president; Glennice Welcher, vice-president; Margaret Lommen, secretary; Manlyn Finke, treasurer; and Mrs. Carlson, advisor.

Back Row: G. Kassube, E. Gade, J . Ambrosen, M. Carlson, D. Freeman, M. Bernhardt, M. Ka1ser, J. Colstrup. Second Row: J . Salway, J . Davison, M . Angell, C.

Back Row: B. Lynch, M. Breza, J . Verchota, P. Waas, T. R1ewer, C. Jessen, M . Glaus, D. Jetson, A. Hagen. Third Row: D. Anderson, L. K1me, E. Balch, A. Eklund, E. Smith, G. Kingsbury, V. Graner, B. Brennan. Second Row :

Ludw1tzke, C. McBride, G. Crandall, I. Hanson, J. Erdman, M. Larson. Front Row: M. Kieffer, M. Fed, R. Willis, L. Hallstrom, I. Anderson, M. Patterson, H. Engler, L. Peterson .

D. Leslie, D. Griebenow, D. Strupp, I. Hanke, C. Gernes, B. Gustafson, G. Welcher Front Row : E. Sturdevant, C Langehaug, I. H1ghman, B. Schmidt, L Z1mmer, J . Eppmg, D. Turnbull.

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Back Row : Dr. Boddy, D. Tukua, C. Anhalt, J. Erdman. Second Row : M. Kratz, J. Colstrup, M. V1eths, L. Pankow, M. Larson. Front Row: L. Mohr, L. Peterson, B. Gush1kuma, M. Ka1ser.

Left to right in couples : Mr. and Mrs. C. Hopf, Mr. and M rs. L. Jani kowski, Mr. and Mrs. L. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Featherstone, Mr. and Mrs. B. Heaney, Mr. and Mrs. R. Alitz, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lov1k, Mr. and Mrs. T. Stoltman, Mr. and Mrs. G. Timm.

The Married Couples Club is the newest club in the college. With its get-togethers, card parties, and dances the married students of the college and thei r husbands or wives have met once eve ry month in the YMCA or m members' homes. No officers were e lected. 54

Meeting once a month, theY W C A conducted business meetings and planned recreational activities for the members. They have sent delegates to the spring and fall regional conventions, held at St. Croix and Hamlin, respectively. . Officers of the club are president, Myrtle Kratz; vice-president, Janice Scheerer; secretary-treasurer, Mae Wager; program chairman, Joyce Moon; and social chairman, Lois Mohr.


One of the newer organizations at T.C. is the square dance group, T.C. Twirlers. Open to anyone, meetings are now held eve ry Tuesday. Representatives of the club have attended dance festivals in and around Winona sponsored by the Minnesota Federation of Square Dancing. Eugene Sturdevant is president, John Waldron replaced Bob Lipinski as vice president, and Marlene Mant y is secretary- t reasurer. Mr. Seitz is advisor of the group.

Back Row: K. Hall, D. Wiggins, E. Baumbach, R. Woychek, C. Connaughty, R. Bailey, J. Waldron, L. Kryzzer, E. Sturtevant, Mrs. Seitz, Mr. Seitz, C. Ledebuhr. Second Row: R. Courtier, S. Stephens, F. Prigge,

Radio Guild presents the weekly "Quarter Hour on the Campus" from KWNO each Wednesday. The club is made up of actors, tech nicians, broadcasters, and script writers. Officers of the club are Mary Carlson, president; program chairman, Rita Simon; technician, Earl Schreiber; secretary, Dorothy

C. Morse, J . Ambrosen, W . Drier, J. Ramstad, H. Engler. First Row: C. La ngehaug, J. Wmches ter, L. Kemo, L. Scanlan, G. Kassube, J . Basset, J . Percy, C. Garnes.

Buk Row : Moss Magnus, D Mallinger, T . Stoltman, A. Peterson, J . Randall, D. Vehrenkamp, R. KO'tfko. Front Row: L. Peterson, E. Schreober, C. Cook, A. Vel'drashek, M. Carlson, R. Somon, I. Anderson.

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Commerce club members tickets at a basketball game.

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Front Row: J . Winchester, V. Naysmith, M. Fernholz, R. Benning, M. Yetzer. Second Row: R. Ballard, C. Mathias, A. f:lartz, K. Seebold, M. Roessler, G. Rygmyr, C. Kilanowicz . Third Row: A. Olson, M. Mullen, F. Wiebusch, A. Peters, J. Garry, K. Tryggestad. Back Row: Mr. Marley, D. Cieminsko, R. George, D. Olson, V. Enright, R. Courtier, M. Rosen W. Wortman.

Any major or minor in business or commercial education may become a member of the Commerce Club which promotes interest in business and related fields among the students of the college. This year the club held monthly business meetings and heard several speakers. The members helped with the organization of the homecoming parade. The Commerce Club took over the duties of ticke t takers and ushers at the home basketball games, saving the

college several hundred dollars. Serving as officers were Armin Bartz, president; Fred Wiebusch, vice president; Romelle Benning, secretary-treasurer; Mr. Marley, adviser.

Back Row: Mr. Jackson, F. Harvey, C. Ryder, D. Wildgrube, G. Hansen, Mr. Capron. Second Row: D. Nelson, D. Almen, C. Erwin, E. Steckle, L .Jan ikowski. Front Row: I .Gaal, R. Wose, L. Johnson, R. Ballard, E. Barrows, R. Krieger, C. Connaughty.

Composed of industrial arts majors and minors, the Industrial Arts Club assisted with decorations for the homecoming dance and the spring prom, and performed services throughout the year such as printing programs and doing construction work . Officers were Dorence Ne lson, president ; Calvin Ryder, vice president, and Ev Steckel, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Jackson and Mr. Capron acted as advisers.




Speakers for the meetings of the Methodist students included a missionary from Japan, a doctor from the Philippine Islands, and mmisters from churches in the area . Along with the holiday parties they have had volleyball games, swimming parties, and picnics. Four meetings were spent in discussion and listening to speakers on the topic of marriage and courtship. Officers for the club are president, Jack Pelowski; vice president,

Back Row: T . McCullough, E. Sturdevant, R. Hart, D. Olson, J. Waldron, I. Gaal, L. Moiler. Third Row: J. Polzon, M. Bernhardt, L. Mohr, B. McKeag, K. TrygQestad, Mr Spetch. Second Row: I. Hanke, M. Carhart, R. Kottke, J. Winchester, S. Stephens, M Bohnen. Front Row: B. Gushokuma, D. Lesloe, M. Washburn, B. Luker, R. Gabbert.

Melra Bohnen; secretary-treasurer, Janice Scheerer; M.S.M. Delegate, Lois Mohr; and advisor, Mr. and Mrs. Spetch.

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A nondenominational organization, IVCF held weekly Bible study and social meetings and morning prayer meetings. A spring ban¡ quet, a weekend retreat with the La Crosse T.C. chapter and a spring convention held at the University of Minnesota were the main activities of the club lead by Alma Smith,

Back Row: J. Streed M Dockragcr. B Hoon, J Polzon, A. Peterson, H. Engler E Beckman, C Carroll, P. Bocson, G. Kassube Front Row: L Conaughty, M. Lovejoy, A. Smoth, L Smoth, Moss Schmodt, M. Chrostgau.

president; Lois Jean Smrth, vice president; Mary Lovejoy, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Schmidt, adviser. 59



Blood, Sweat and Cheers...


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Back Row: Coach Arns, N. Morgenson, S. Roth, L. Rbschen, A. Swot a, R. Lingenfelter, R. Kowles, J . Schumacher, R. Richter, D. Schultz, H. Williams, D. Almen, J . Grebin, H. Buck, D. Nelson, Coach Brodhagen. Second Row: F. Wiebusch, M. Tollin, L. Christ, R. Keller, C.

The Winona State Teachers College football team ended the season without a victory. The Warriors lost six games and had a seventh -the annual battle with St. Mary's-canceled due to a snowstorm. Winona lost conference games to Bemidji, St. Cloud, Moorhead, and Mankato. The team came close to winning their homecoming game, but succumbed to a fourth quarter Bemidji rally. Winona traveled to St. Cloud and Moorhead and lost to the Huskies by only ten points and to the Dragons by one touchdown . Winona had trouble getting their offense rolling in early season games. The most points scored by Winona came in th'e final game of the season at Mankato. Here the Warriors scored fifteen points to Mankato's twenty seven. Bemidji won the Conference. Bob Dreisbach, senior from Lake City and Rudy Ellis, senior from Harmony were co-captains of the team. Dreisbach was named on the second team of the Conference All-Stars. Twenty-nine players received letters for the year. 62

Connaughty, C. Radecal, R. Schmit, R. Ellis, T. Hovda, V. Grabau, D. Merchlewitz, J . Denier. Front Row: A. Maze, W . Puetz, B. Benson, T . Pollard, R. Dreisbach, E. Bartz, A. Bianchi, J. Klahr.

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Eau Claire ... .... 20 River Falls ... . ... 28 Bemidji ......... 20 St. Cloud ........ 16 Moorhead ... .... 14 Mankato . ....... 27

Winona .... 0 Winona .... 0 Winona .... 13 Winona .... 6 Winona .... 7 Winona .... 15

Athletic Director McCown


Warriors line: C. Radecal, D. Schultz, G. Hanson, J. Denier, L. Christ.

Smith scores.

St. Cloud .... . ... 94 St. Mary's ....... 63 Moorhead ... . .... 43 Bemidji ......... 86 Bemidji ......... 59 St. Cloud ........ 66 Stout ........... 52 Stevens Point ..... 72 St. Mary's ....... 66 Mankato .. . ..... 72

Winona .. . Winona .. . Winona .. Winona .. Winona .. Winona .. Winona .. Winona .. Winona .. Winona ..

Warrior Backfield: J. Grebin, A. Swota, R. Dreisbach, J ~ r:.' C <;:onnaughty. '

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Row: Coach Arns, N. Morgenson, S. Roth, L. A. Swota, R. Lingenfelter, R. Kowles, J . SchuR. Richter, D. Schultz, H. Williams, D. Almen, H . Buck, D. Nelson, Coach Brodhagen. Second . Wiebusch, M. Tollin, L. Christ, R. Keller, C.

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Winona's basketball team under the guidance of Coach Lyle Arns com pi led a season record of four wins and fifteen losses. In the Minnesota State Conference, the Warriors finished in fourth place winning two and dropping six. The Warrior's wins were achieved over Stout and Moorhead- in each case beating them twice. Winona came within a point of defeating their intra-city rival, St. Mary's, for the first time in the last 14 games between the two schools. St. Mary's beat the Warriors twice this year and maintained their dominance. Lack of height was a major disadvantage for the Warriors throughout the year. The team started the season with seven returning lettermen. Four newcomers earned le tters tor the season. Dick Kowles, sophomore from Ivanhoe, was named the team's most valuable player. Rod Lingenfelter, Junior from Winona earned a berth on the second Minnesota State Conference All Star team. Rod also was Winona's leading scorer for the season.


Sm1th scores.

Kowles lays it up.

Basketball: 4 Wins 15 Losses Platteville ....... 70 Winona .... 36 Wartburg ........ 64 Winona .... 46 Platteville ....... 68 Winona .... 39 Stevens Point ..... 67 Winona .... 52 Eau Claire ....... 67 Winona .... 65 Eau Claire ....... 84 Winona .... 53 Moorhead ....... 59 Winona .... 80 Stout . . ........ .47 Winona .... 60 Mankato ..... : .. 76 Winona .... 61

Swota foxes 'em.

St. Cloud . . ...... 94 St. Mary's ....... 63 Moorhead ........ 43 Bemidji ......... 86 Bemidji ......... 59 St. Cloud ........ 66 Stout ........... 52 Stevens Point ..... 72 St. Mary's ....... 66 Mankato ........ 72

Winona .. . . 73 Winona .. . . 62 Winona .... 54 Winona .... 52 Winona .... 46 Winona .... 57 Winona .... 64 Winona .... 70 Winona .... 58 Winona .... 63

Inter city battle.


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Drive in.

Student-Faculty game

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An intramural basketball league of twelve teams was formed this year. A round robin schedule was played and the Dashounds were champions. The Dashounds were captained by Lyle Roschen, who had the following boys on his team: AI Kulig, MilroyTollin, Chuck Irwin, Nick Liffrig, Dick Hart, Bernard Heaney and AI Lugauer. The team won nine and lost two. The Hoopsters, captained by Curt Connaughty, also won nine and lost two, but were defeated by the Dashounds in a sudden death game for the title. The intramural program was under the guidance of the Men's Physical Education Club and Mr. Brodhagen. The games were officiated by members of Phy. Ed. 203, who also took charge of scoring, team and individual rec.ords. The purpose of the program is to allow those boys not able to make the varsity to play basketball during the winter months,

Scramble!

The Winona Teachers golf team captured third place in both the State and Bi-State meets in 1951 . The State meet was held at St. Cloud while the Bi-State was at Mankato. The golfers finished third in a triangular meet with La Crossse Teachers and St. Mary's College. Winona's golf team consisted of Jerry Sines, Robert Frazer, Harold Walters, Ed Olson, and Dick Elliot. Practice sessions were held at the Westfield golf course.


Back Row : D. Halvorson, A. Swota, E. Steckel, Polus, J. Olson, G. Vondrashek, J. Barrett, A. Kulig, Radtke, Coach Arns. Front Row : F. Percuoco, M. Lee, Stark, W. Drugan, A. Rentz, C. Fox, E. Davies, Prokopowicz.

P. H. R. S.

The Warrior's leading batsmen-1951 Czaplewski .................... 380 Percuoco . . ~ . ......... . ........ 364 Lee ........................ .. 353 Fox .. ........................ 310 Vondrashek ..... . .... .. . ..... . 300

The Warrior baseball team had it's fou rth straight championship year, winning both the Bi-State and City titl es. Hard hitting catcher, Marty Lee, infielders Horst Radtke, Evan Davies, and Dick Stanton and outfie lders Dick Czaplewski and Felix Percuoco led the Warriors to a 14 won, 5 lost season record. This included nine wins against a lone defeat in the Bi-State league. Pitchers George Vondrashek, AI Kulig, Andy Swota, Pete Polus and Jim Olson handled most of the mound chores during the season, keeping the number of runs scored against the Warriors during the season at a minimum. Highlights of the year were the southern trip, the 4-0 decision over St. Mary's in the annual city title c lash and the 6-0 blanking of Luther in the season's finale, played at Harmony. 67


Back Row: Coach Brodhagen, R. Krieger, R. Lingenfe lter, J. Duis, R. Crumb, R. Kowles, L. Ellinghusen. Front Row: J . Hamblin, C. Connaughty, J. Lynch, D. Nelson, G. Hanson, J. Ramstad.

Winona's thinclads captured third place 1n both the State and Bi-State meets, while Mankato took first in both of these engagements. The Warriors finished second and third twice in early season engagements at La Crosse, Mankato, and Eau Claire. Warrior placewinners in the Bi -State and State meets were as follows:

State at St. Cloud Lynch- 440 yard dash-first; 220 yard dash-second Krieger-Discus-first Connaughty-220 Low hurdlesthird; 120 High hurdles-fifth Nelson-880 yard dash-fourth Duis- Two mile- fourth Ramstad-Two mile-fifth Ellinghuysen - 100 yard dashfourth; Broad jump-fourth; 220 yard dash-fifth 68

Bi-State at Mankato Lynch-440 yard dash-first Krieger-Discus-first Connaughty-Low hurdles-third Nelson-880 yard dash-fifth Hansen-High hurdles-fifth Kowles-shot put-fifth Ellinghuysen - Broad jump- second; 100 yard dash-fifth


Left to right: R. Longenfelter, N. Morgenson, D. Smith, F. Harvey, J. Lynch, R. Bailey, R. Ellis, J . Du1s, V. Grabau, W . Puetz, L. Chris t, F. Wiebusch, G. Hanson, J. Garry, H. Williams, E. Davies, J Sines, J . Hambl in, R. Kowles, A. Bianchi, C. Fox, R. Dre1sbach, C. Connaughty, E. Bartz, J Denier, Mr. Arns, D. Nelson, J . Schumacher.

The Men's Physical Education Club spon sored an intramural program consisting of tournaments in basketball, volleyball, and softball. Awards were given to the winners in each activity. Officers for the year were : Andy Swot a, president; John Barrett, vice-president; Dick Kowles, secretary-treasurer.

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The W Club under the direction of Fletch Harvey held an emblem contest during the winter months to choose an emblem more representative of the college. Winning contestant was Beverly Po then. President Rudy Ell is reported that the new emblem would be printed on terry cloth tee shirts and jackets to be placed on sale at the college with the money earned to be used by theW Club to buy awards for athletic award winners. A homecoming banquet was held after the homecomrng game with Bemidji to welcome back alumni. The W Club again sponsored the homecoming queen. Officers for the year were: Rudy Ellis, president; Rod Lingenfelter, vice-president; Dick Kowles, secretary-treasurer.

Back Row: L. Roschen, J . Lynch, F. Harvey, N . Morgenson, R. Lmgenfelter. Front Row : J . Den1er, R. Ellis, C. Connaughty, D. Nelson.

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M. Yetzer concentrates on table tennis at a W.A.A. sponsored Co-ree night. E. Baumbach and C. Anhalt look on.

All girls have an opportunity to participate in the activities of the Women's Athletic Asso:::iation. This year's officers were Melra Bohnen, president; Lois Mohr, vice-president; and Joan Walch, secretary-treasurer. The sports-leaders were Mae Wager, soccer; Carol Morse, speedball; Dorothy Tukua, basketball; Luetta Rheingans, volleyball; Harriet Jorgenson, softball; and Lois Pankow, individual sports. The advisers are Miss Berven and Miss Gregoire. ¡ PLAYDAY HIGHLIGHTS YEAR The activities of W.A.A. include soccer, basketball, volleyball, softball, and individual

sports. The highlight of this year's activities was the W.A.A. State Playday at which Winona was the hostess sch9ol and entertained approximately 200 girls representing almost all the W .A.A.'s from the colleges in the state. The day, April 26, was a big day of activities from ten to four with the climaxing event being a banquet at six. The theme for the Playday was the "Wenonah Pow-wow" with the "Chief Mugwumps" being Harriet Jorgenson and Luetta Rheingans.

Back Row: J. Erdman, M. Wager, K. Keese, C. Jessen, E. Behnken, M. Vteths, L. Pankow, H. Jorgenson, M. Bohnen, L. Rhetngans. Third Row: D. Jetson, L. Scanlan, J. Ambrosen, J. Walch, P. Glesener, L. Mohr, C. Morse, S. Rauch, M. Yetzer. Second Row: M. Glaus, D. Tukua, D. Freeman, M. Larson, M. Greenwood, B. McHugh, M. Bernhardt. Front Row: Miss Gregoire, C. Anhalt, G. Welcher, T. Noda, B. Gushikuma, D. Leslie, M. Kaiser.

B. Schmidt juggles during W.A.A. volleyball tournament.


The Physical Education Club is a professional organization for majors and minors in the field of physical education. Its purpose lies in the professional advancement of its· members. Each year the club sends delegates to the Central District Convention of the American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation . It has also been a policy of the club to honor a Senior member each year with a gift. Speakers for the year have been Don Loken, Rooter King of the University of Minnesota in 1950, who talked on cheerleading and the duties of an adviser to the squad; Mrs. Donna Koch, Girl Scout Executive Director in Winona, who spoke on professional scouting; and Miss Murray and Miss Garlid who correlated their subjects,· art and music, with physical education . This year's officers were Melra Bohnen, president; Luetta Rheingans, vice-president; and Lois Mohr, secretary-treasurer.

Front Row: Dr. Talbo t, Miss Grego•re, K. Keese, B. Gushikuma, T. Noda, C. Morse Second Row: J W alch, D. Tukua, M . Greenwood , M. W ager, L. Mohr, H. Jorgenson . Third Row: C. Anhalt , L. Rhe1ngans, P. Gl esencr, L. Pankow, S. Rauch, M . Bohnen, M . Vieths.

P. Glesener, J Walch, M. Greenwood repa.r equipment at a work meetmg

P. E. Ma1ors meeting in the student lounge.

M. Vieths, L. Mohr, B. Gushikuma prepare teaching aids.

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The Extra-Extra-Curricular...


"How about a late?"

Studying in the smoker

After-dinner song fest in Morey

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Music appreciation hour

Mrs. Jackson's cooking school

"I just haven't a thing to wear!"

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Homecoming royalty at the game.

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First prize winner, Phelps Junior High float.


One of W.S.T.C.'s . biggest homecomings was a highlight of the 1951 -1952 school year. Headed by Eddie Barrows as chairman of the event everything connected with homecoming was filled with spirit and enthusiasm. Beginning with the . coronation of the homecoming queen, Joanne Ambrosen, and her attendants, Marilyn Finke, Madeline Feil, Joan Walch and Mary Lynch, activities on Fri day continued through the snake dance, bonfire and pepfest. Saturday's activities began with the homecoming parade including visiting bands, floats and comedy acts. Perfect football weather prevailed for the game and the massed band concert in the afternoon. Only the loss of the game to Bemidji dampened the homecoming spirit. With the final strains of Johnny Roberts' Orchestra playing for the dance in Somsen Gym, everyone was filled with memories of a near perfect homecoming.

J Walch, . '路 R. Seibert, A路- brosen. M Ftn,._e, F .I J '" n candidates._ R Willis, M. et , . M Lyncn, 路 Quee C. McBride, 路

"The Terrible Twelve" pass judg ment. 77


Swing your partner

"When's the next meeting?"

Maxwell Library

Initiation

78

Refreshments at faculty-intramural game


The pause that refreshes

The night before finals ...

Between classes

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Science Club Winter party

Spring floods

Woody Herman dance

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Mary Ellen Christgau .............. Editor Don Cieminski .......... Business Manager Ruth Wood ......... Subscription Manager Margery Lalonde ......... . . Cover Design Bill McCarl ................. Illustrations Louise Adams ............ Faculty Section Elloyce Johnson ............ Senior Section Rosalie Willis ............. Clubs Coverage Wallace Dohman ¡............ Special Copy Jack Martin ................ Men's Sports Melra Bohnen ............ Women's Sports Dick Odegaarden . ........... Photography Mary Carlson ............... Photography Alma Smi th ............ St udent Directory Bob McKeag ............... Sports Writer Lois Mohr ................. Sports Writer

Marlyne Kniebel ............ Copy Wnte r Arlene Martinson ............ Copy Writer John Waldron ............... Copy Writer Marilyn Patterson : .......... Copy Writer Doris Kleis ................. Copy Wnter Laura Ann Peterson ....... .. . Copy Writer Marlene Glaus .............. Copy Wnter Richard Otteson .................. Typist Janis Randall .................... Typist Darlene Leslie ................... Typist Robe rt Frazer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Typist Lois Pankow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Typist Mary Yetzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Typist Ralph Behling ............ Faculty Adviser Thanks and appreciation to M 1ss Floretta Murray, art instructor.

As the College dedicates itself anew let 1t stop and pay tribute to Frank A. Sheehan, late resident director, and Rollyn Palm, killed in act1on in Korea, whose ach1evements and service made "Teachers College m the Welfare and the Serv1ce of the People" a real1ty.

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729 East Front St.

Phone 4272

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170 Center St.

Phone 3072

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163 Center Street

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Phone 4163

72 W. Second St.

Phone 5847

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119 West 3rd St.

Telephone 5802

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Phone 8 - 1534

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Phone 2847

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Adll.li>S, Louise, Adams ... .. . . ............. . . . . . . . . • . . . . . 33, 48, 4e, 50, 51 , 52. ~7 AUt•, Reuben W ., Altura .............. . 34 51 Almen, Donald, Seattle . . . . . . . 33, 52, 56. 62 Ambrosen, Joanne, Winona . . .... 53, 55, 70 Amundson. James 0 . Arcadia, Wls ...... . . . Anderson. Donna. Kindt , Winona . 38, 40, 53 Anderson , Isabel, Le Roy ....•...... 49, 53. 55 Angell, Mary, St. Paul •....•........... 53, 57 Anhalt, Carol Jean, SO. St. Paul. . 35, 51, 70, 71 Ask, Carol, WI non& • . . . • .. ..•.... 35, 42, 43

Asleson. Melva, Lanesboro .. , .. . .......... . .. .

Salley, Robert, WI non& . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 55. &a Balch, Elaine Ann , R . 2, Winona . . .. . 35. 53 Ballard. Robert B .. WI none. ....... . .. ... . . 56 B&mbenek., Laura ;-. Winona ..••.. . • . ...•.•.. J5 Barr, Stanley. Bagley, Wis ...... .. . . ... . .. . 34 Barrett. John. Winona .............. . . . ... 67 Barrows, Edward A .. Winona .... 38, U. 52, 56 Bartz. Armin, Plainview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 56 Bartz. Eugene, Plainvie w . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62. 69 Bassett, Joan , Pine Island . . . 34, H . 55. 57 Bathen, Gerald, Winona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, H. 46. o5 Baumbach, Eugene, St Charles

Bean, Joann, Winona . . . . . . . . . • . . ...... .

Beckman, Edythe, Cannon .Fa ll s . . . . . . ~9 tsehnken, Elo.lne, St. Charles . . . . . . . . . . . • . • •• • . . . .. 35, 42, 43, H. 45, 49, 58, 70 BeUsle. Lucille. W in on a . . . . ...... . ... . Bell, MarJo rie E .• West Co ncord . ..• .... .

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Be-nson, Berno n , Peter son . _.•.. . ... . 34, 62 Berrlln, Della Irene , Minneapolis . . . . . . . 34

~r1mann. Beatrice. Ma n torville . . . . . . ..•. Btrrs.rud, Dorothy, Winona . . . . . .......... . Hernnardt, MyrU~. Lewiston . . , .. _. . . ..

.. . . .. . 44 , 49, 51, 53, 59, 7J Bernns lr.l, Don, Arcad.l& , Wis. . . . . . ..... 65 Bianchi. Arthur, Elkton . . . . . 38. 62. o9 BJttner, Ma rvel, Fo untain CJty, Wis . . . .... 35 Bodelson. Audrey , Red Win& . . . . ... Boesen, Povl, Eyota . . . . .. 35, 42, 43, 59 Bohnen, Melra M ., Norwood . . . . ... . .. . . . .. . . . . .... 40. 50, 51, 59, 70. 71 Bondeson, La Verne. Lake Elmo ............ . Bonnerup, Richard, Twin Lakes . . . . . 34, 46 Bray, Marilyn, Bloom In& Prairie . .... . ...... . Brennan, Barbara, Winona. ......... . ... 34, 53 Brez.a., Mary Anne. WI non& ...... .. ... 35. 53 Brose.. John C ., Fountain City, Wis . . . . . . . . . Buclr.. Harry, Winona .............. , . ... 33. 62 Burgoyne, Jack, Winona . ........... .. ......• Burlr.ard, Rlcho.rd v .. Red Wlnr ... .. .... . . 34 Burmeister . R ichard W .• Winona . . .. .. . . . .. . Burnett, Richard. Alber~ Leo. ............... 57 Carhart, MHdred. Trempealeau, Wis. . . 35. 59 Carlson, Mary E., MlnneapoHs . . . . . . _.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40, 51, 53, 55 Carl•on. Robert J ., Red Wing . . ..... 33 Carroll, Clara Belle, Wlnon& . . 35, 42, 43, 59 Casml, Raymond A , Winona . . . . .38. 48. 49 Chlnander ~ Norma, Red Wine ..... . . 33, 46 Christ, Lillard, Wlnon& . . . . . . . 34, 82. 69 Chrbterusen, Earl. Wino na .•..... t.;hristenson , Lydia, Winona . . . . . Chrlstgau, M&ry Ellen. Byron . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 33. 40, 49. 50, 51 . 58. 59 Christianson, Luverne A , Mabel . . . 33, 42, 43 , 44 , 46

~~f~~~.'dbo~~·~~~;,n:?""-g." 3feWr 5i. 57 Ctemtnskl, Clemens Joseph , Winona. . . ..... . Clemlnslr.l. Valerie M . Winona .. .. ....... 34 Cohen, Howard, Winona ....... ............. . Conley, Carol, Ros e Creek . . . . ......... . Colstrup, Jean. Albert. Lea .•.••. 51 , 53, 58 Conadon. Ray, Calmar. lo w& . . . . . . ........ 34 Connauehty, Curt.ts, St. Charles __ . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . 38. 46. 55, 56, 59, 82. 68. 69 Cook. Cyril D .. Dover . . . . . . . .. 40. 49. 50. ~5 Coot. Eurene E . . Sprlnr Vo.lley .. 34. 44 , 45. 57 Cooper, Burton H"4 Winona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cot~Lller. Richard. WI non& ......... 46. 55, 56 Crain, Richard T , Rochester . . . . . . • . . . .. . Crandall, Gayle, Rochester ........ 42. 43. 53 Cra..·ford . Jean , Winona ................... . Cummlnn, Dorothy Irene, Austin ........... . Czaplewski, M~tne, FountaJn City, Wi s . . . 35 Czaplewski, Rlch&rd E . Winona . . . . . . . . 34 Dahl, Edward, Ch&tfleld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dahl, Marlene, Mabel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. D&nuaer. Gordon L , Winona .... . ..•...... 45 O&un. Donna Marte, Winona • • .. ~ ... . ... 35 Davies. Evan. Winona . . . . • . . • . 67. 69 DavJson. Jo&n, Mtnneapolla 53 Deerlnr. Gerald. llllnnelata Denier, John , Troy. H Y . . 57. 82. 6D Dlekraaer. Mar)orlt. Dakota . . 40. 58, 5D Dohman. Wallace F . Le s ter PratrJe . 33 Dreisbach. Robert . Late CitY 38, 48, 62. 6D Ortnckhahn, Emotrent , Mtnnelska Drier. William. Winona 33. 52. 55 Duls. John . Winona . 33, 88, 6D Ebert, Betty. Wlnona Edel. Mary Helen. Wlnon& 57

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Enright. Donald V . L&nes boro . . . . 56. 57 Epplnr. Jo Ann , Aus tin .....•........... 53, 57 Erdman. Joy ce. Wykof! ........ .51, 53, 58. 70 Erickson, Maxine A., Cannon Falls .. . .... . 35 Erwin, Charles , Wtnona .................. 56 Fair. Jack. Wtnona . . . . . . . . . . . ....... . ..... . . Farmer. Richard, No. Little Rock, Ark .... 34 Farrand, Ronald Royce, Fountain City, Wla. . ...•. ... .. ... . ....... . .................. 35 Farrell, Wayne , Fountain City, Wis. . . . .... . . . Fea.tberstone, Ora.n 0 . , Winona . . .. . . ... . ... 51 .Fell. Madeline. Byron . .. ............... 50, 53 Fenwick. Ro bert, Lake City ............... . • . ...... . ......... 33. 38. 40. 42, 43, 50. 58 Fernholz. Marlene. Arcadia. Wis. . . 35, 56 57 Fernholz. Willis, Arcadl& , Wis .............. 46 Field. Mary Ellen. Winona ..... .. .. . ...... .. . Finke. Martlyn , Spring Valley . . , .. . . . . . . . Ftshba.ugher, Mary , W i nona . . .. ... .. .. . . 3.3 Fort. La Ve ra. Winona . . , . . . . . . . . . ... Fos n ess. Anna Marte, Brice lyn . . . .35. 49 Fox, Charles B , Quakertown, Pa . . . . . . 4

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· . . . . . . . .. Fr£eman, Dcnna May , Dexter 38, 49, 53, 58. 70 Ga.al. Ian H ., Morn s tO\tm . 33, 38, 56. 59 Gade , Esther, New Albin, lov.•a . . . . . . . . . . 53 Gabbert, Roberta J .. Owo.tonn& . 35, 49, 59 Garry, James. Winona .. _ _. ...... , . . 34. 42. 43. 52, 56, 57, 69 Gates. J o hn, W!nona . . .. . ... . Gegen , Cha rles P .• Has Unes . . . . . . . . . 3!. Gcoree. Richard , W inona . . . . . . . . 46, 56 Gernt.s , Cornelia, Winona .. , , , 35. ~3. 55, 57 G1el, Alden. Wmona . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .... . GHgos h. Earl Joseph, Wlnona . . . . . . . ..... . Glaus , Marlene, Kasson . . . . . 35, 44, 53, 70 Glesener. Patricia, B1rd Island . . . . . 70, 71 Gonroll, Wilham F , L&lr.e City .. 34. 44, 45, 58 G oyannes, J _ A ., Wmona. ........... , ..... . . Grabau , VIctor, Spring Valley .......... 62, 69 Grnner, Verna, Wabas ha .. . .... 35, 44, 4!., 53 Grebm, Jerome M., Preston ..... _.. 35. 62. 6~ Greenwood , May Belle, Mondovi. Wts. . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . ........ . . . . 33. 70. 71 Griebenow, Darlene, Harmony . 42, 43. 44 , 53 Grulkowskl, Raymond M ., Wino na ......... . Gush1k.uma, Bets y, Hawt Hawaii . . .. . . ... ..... . ... . . 34. 51. 59. 70. 71 Gustals on. Beverly, Cannon FalJs . . . . 35. 53 8

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t:;~e~id.wC~~et~s Tc'.. Vf,~~~~:on . . . . . 35. 42.' 43 . 35, 51 , 43, 59, 70 Le:slle. Darlene, Hous ton Lcwmskl, John Jr .. Winona. .......... 34 . 57 Lewi s. Henry Jr , Pine hhmd , ... , . . . . 35 Llebsch. Georre M . L& Mollie . . . . . . . . 35 Lll!rlg. Nicholas R . Mazepp& . ....... 35, 49 Limpert. Roland J., Winona . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Lingenfelter, Rodney, Winona ........... . ..... .. ..... .. . . 33. 46, 62, 65, 68. 69 Lipinski. Francis A .• Winona . . . . . .... .. o . o . Lipinski. Robert. Winona . . . . . . . . . . . .... . 1

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Ol>on. David, Dodge Center ...... 34, 38, 52, 59 Olson, Gorden, Pe terson . . .............. . . . 35 Olson. Merly n , Winona . ................ .. . . O ' Reilly , Geo rre. Goodhue ........ 35 O 'Reilly, Ma ry Jean. Goodhue 35. 49, 57 Ostrander. Edwa rd Wm .. Minneapolis . .. . .. . Ostrom, Jan ice . Wabash a . . ............. . . . Ottoson. Richard. Red Wine . .. . . . .. . . . . 35 Owens. Elvin. Pres ton . . . . . . ........ , . Panko'>', Lois. Faribault . 34. 46, 49, 51, 70, 71 Patte rso n, Marilyn, Austin .. 35, 49, 50, 51. 53 Paul. Lee, Trem_"'ealeau, Wla. . ...... . ... ... 65 Paulson , Fr eddie , Mabel ........... .. .... .. . 35 Pechuman. Betty, Lake Elmo ....... 35. 38, 57 Pelows kl. Gene. Winona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... Pelows kl , Jack. Winona ......... . . . .... 33, 46 Perc_y, J ean. W inona .... 33. 42, 43, 44, 45. 55 Peter, Herbert. Winona . .. . . .. . 35, 42. 41 Peters. Allan , Rochester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Peterson, Anvle, Winona . . . . . . ... . 55 , 59 Peterson... Laure Ann . Late City .. . .... .. . . ....... .. .... .. ........ so. 51, 53. 55. 58 Phillipson. Paul , Trempealeau. Wis . . ........ . Pollard. Thomas. Foley . . .... 35, 42, 45. 57, 62 P o lus. James . Winona . . .. . .... , . .. . ... ... . 67 Polzin, Jessie, Dover . .......... , ......... . 59 Porter, Dave, Winona . ............ . 35, 44 , 45 0

~~~·e;, ~eve~~~b~~~e&Poi•S : · ·.:. ·::::::: · Prlrge, Faye, Stockton .. 35, 42, 43, 44, 45, 55 Puetz, Wa lter, Winona . . . . . 35, 51' , 62, t,;$ Qulel, Gerond, Pine Island . 34. 49, 52, 58 Radechel. Cha rles. Winona ............... 62 Ramstad: Jerome. Dennison ....... 33. 55. 68 Randall, Janis. Winona . . .. . 34. 49, 51. 52, 55 Rauch . Shirley, Pine Jaland .. 34. 44, 57, 70, 71 Redalen , Beverly, Lanesboro .... . . . ... . .... . Rentz. Alex. Watervliet. N. Y . . ........ 33. 67 Reuter , Mary Lou, Cochrane. Wls ..... 49. 57 Rhelnran s, Luetta, Plainview 33, 40, 46, 70, 71 Richter. Ronald , Winona ............ . 62. 65 R lesch. John. Alma. Wla. . ......... .. .. . ... . Rlewer, Therese, Frazee ...... .. ....... 35, 53 RtJey, Matthew, Winona .... . ... . .. . .. . .... . Rlslove. Carrlo. Rushford ............ . . .. .. .. Roessler , Ma.rUn, Cochrane, Wis . . .. . . 52. 58 Roechen, Lyle, Lake City . .......... ..... . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 38. 511. 51, 52, 62, 69 Rose. Betty, Winona . . . .. .. .. . . . .. .. . . . ... . . . Roaen. Morven. Frazee ..... 34, 44, 50. 56, 58 .Rosenau. Henry. Stockton . . . . .. . ..... ... .. . Roth, Arnold, Rochester .... .. ....... ... .... . Hath. Sydney, Roches ter ........... .... ... 62 Ruppert, Mabel. Austin .......... .. ....... . . Rusch. Lyle. Goodhue ........... .. . .. . .. . .. . Russett. Alan, Calmar. Iowa . . ...... . . . .. .. 35 Ryan, Jean , Winona ..... . , .. . . .. .... .. . . . .. . Ryder, Calvin. Winona .. . ............. 51, 56 Rygmyr, Herbert, Albert Lea . . ....... 34, 56 Salway, E. Jeanette, Rushford ...... ....... 53 Sampson, Sally, Homer .... ... ...... .. ... 35 Scanlan, Lucretia, Winona . . . . 34, 55, 57, 70 Schaffner. Ardya, Fountain City .. .. .... . .. 35 Scheerer. Janice, So. St Paul ....... . ....... . Schmidt . Bernice, Fountain ........ 35, 44, 53 Schmidt, Russell , Winona .. . .............. 62 Schoen. Harry, Hastings ..... .. ...... . ... ... . Schreiber. Earl. Winona .. . . . ...... 44. 45, 55 Schroeder. Donald. Ellendale ........ ..... . 35 Schuh. Jack. Rollings tone ...•..... ...... 44, 4:; Schuck. Fran ce s. Ma.nto rvllle ...•... .. .. .. ... Schuldt, Nancy, St. Paul ............ ....... .. Schulz, Dale. Minneapolis .. . ... , .•.. . ..... 63 Schumacher. John , Winona ............ 62, 69 Seebold. Kenneth , Winona .............. . . 56 Seibert. Rosemary, Stillwater ............. .. Sheehan. James, Winona . . . . . ...... . ....... . Shlmonlahl , Els ie. Kaua.J. Hawa.JI .......... 34 Simon , Rita. Winona ....... 41, 42, 43. 50, 55 Sines, Jerry, Winona .. ............. . 34, 46, 69 SmHh. Alma. Winona. .................... . . .. .. .. .. . . .. . .. .. .. . 40, 42, 43, 50. 51. 59 Smith, David, Alma, Wis. . .... 34, 49, 65, 69 Smith, Eunice. Hesper, Iowa ........... 35, 53 Smith, Lola Jean. St. Charles . . .........• . . 40. 41 . 42, 43, 44, 45. 58. 59 sontag, Jon. Winona . . . . . 35. 58, 41 'Stapel , Karl. Les ter Pra.lrle . . . ....... . .• . . . . 33. 38. 42. 43. 46, 52, 58 Staudt. Eline M . Marble Rock , Iowa ..... . . . Steckel. Everett J . Ladysmith. Wis. .. .. 56. 67 S teinke, Charles, Winona .... . .. . .... . . .. . . . Stelnlr.e, Emma, DetroiL Lalr.ea .. .. . .. . .. . .. . Steffen. Lyle, Qelwein. Iowa ..... • . ... • .....

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Ste phany, Nancy, Redwood Falls ....... .. Stephens. SOndra, Wino na ... 35, 42, 43. 55. 59 Stever, Frank Charles , Winona . . . . ........ . Stockhausen, Robert. Ro llings tone . . . . . . . 57 Stoltman. Thomaa F . Winona . 49, 50, 51, 55 S to ver . Frank C ., Winona .. . Strand , Calmer. St. Charles .. . Strand. Charles H .. Preston . . . . . . . . ... S treed. J o hn C ., Minneapolis 34, 42, 43, 49, 59

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Swota, Andrew . Wa tervliet , New York . . .. .. .. .. . . .............. 62. 65. 67 Ta ndesk.l. Geor(l:e . Wino na . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ·rhompso n , Dav id . Winona. .... . .... . ...... . . 'Thorpe, Richard. Wino na . . . . . . . Tl1ton. Leola. VIctor . Montana . . . . .... . . Tlmm. Dale G ene. Plainview . . . . . . . . • . . . . . 35 'Nmm, Gerald, Plainview .. ... . ..... . .. 34. 51 Tlougan. Leona. Pres ton .. ......... . . . ....... .

~~~:\!~~o~~~~;aj .A~~~ver · ·:::::: · · ·: :46.' ·62 Tor(l:erson , Janet . Peterson . . . . . . . ... . Try ecutad. Ke nneth , Rochester 46 , 52 , 56, 59 ·rukua, Dorothy, Alber t Lea .... 38, 51. 70, 71 'l'Urnbull. Dona ld , Albor t Lea . . . . . 49, 5~ Turnbull, Mary J . Winona . . .. .. .......... . Underbakke, E Ruth . Canton . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehrenkamp. Do rothy , Chatfield 44, 49, 52. 55 Vens ke . WilHam . Winona. ..... . ... . .... . .... . Verchota. Joan , Winona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33. 53 Vleths. Muriel. Red Wlnr . . . ... 46, 51 , 70. 71 Vondra.shek , Robert J • Wino na . ............ .

Vondrashek. Adrian C .• Winona 40, 52. 55. 57 Vondrnshek, Geo rge. Winona . . 67 Waas. P a tricia, Dakota . . . ......... 35. 53 Warer. Mae. Winona .... . . 34. 46, 70, 71 Wa lch . J oan. Altura 70. 71 Waldron , Duane. Pine Is land 65 Waldro n , John. Sprlnr Va lley ... . 35. 42, 43, 44 , 51, 55. 59 Wa rren . Georalanne. MlnneapoJts . . . . . 35 Washburn. Mary Marie , Sp rlnc Va lley •• . 35 2 43 44 59 Week s. J e weii, · Aua ti n .. ' _4 · ' ' We inmann. Rosella Maxine. Winona 34 Welc her, Gienn lce. Kalama zoo. Mich. 33. 53, 70 Wcrma r er. Gorlyn, Mabel . . . . 34. 42, 43 Wetterhus. Lars. St Paul . . ........ . Weverstad , Lois, G alesv ille. Wis . . . . . . . .44 Wh ipple. George J . R ed Wlnr ..•. • • Wit busch . J . Fredric, Lake CitY . .. .. • .. .. . .. . 41. 52. 56, 62, 69 Wlcrlna Dcna ld. Dodge Cente r 34 , 46, 55, 57 Wilda rube, Richard. W inona .......... 34 . 56 WtiiCord . Bruce. Canton . . . . . 3~. 44 , 4 5 Williams. Harold, Mabe l . . . . . . . 35. 62. 69 Willis. Rosalie , Cannon Falls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . ...... 38, 49, 50, 51, SJ Wlnchts ter, Joan, Winona .. 42, 43, 55. 56. 59 Wlneskl. Jo Ann . Wino na. . . . . . 35 Wi se , Rober t . Winona . .... . . 56, 57 Withrow , S ydney, McLoughlin, S . D .. . .... . Wolfe, Donald C .. Foun t ain City, W is ..... 35 ~~ ~~~~· \~~~~~ord ........... Wood , John D , W inona . . . . . . Wood , Ross Earl. Winona . . . . . . . . 35 Wood. Ruth. Winona ...... 33, 40, 41 , 52. 58 Wo rtman , William, St. Paul . . . .... 34. 52, 56 Woychek. Ro nald. Winona ............. 35, 55 Ye tzer, Mary, Minneapolis .... 35, 38, 56. 57. 70 Zimme r , La Ve rna , Wykoff .•. 35, 42, 43, 44, 53

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