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Winona State Teachers College Winona, Minnesota

Wenonah 1955



Foreword From the beginning, education has been represented as a light destroying the darkness of ignorance. In this, the 75th Anniversary of Light in the United States, we dedicate this book co the light of knowledge and choose as our theme the light of the past, the present, and the future.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Faculty

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Classes

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Organizations

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Sports

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Student Life

75

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Memorial Hall

Left : Somsen Hall, main entrance

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I. Dormitories and Lodges

Lucas Lodge

Prentiss Lodge

Left: Maxwell Library

Shephard Hall

Morey Hall

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Administration

President Ne ls Minne.

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Evolution, rather than revolution, is the keynote of all administrative decisions aimed at helping the college berrer serve both the community and its students. I3asic in the aims of the college p rogram is the helping of the prospective teachers co grow in un dersta nding the physical and mental problems met in teaching. The college assists the future teacher in becoming a cre:uive being, in understanding h im self and his environm ent, in understanding others and their problems, and in instilling in him the urge co accept his place as a worthwhile, productive member of the society in which he lives.

Because the conti nued success of our way of life rests on the education of those who will be tomorrow's citizens, the administration has established a recruiting program tO help overcome today's teacher shortage. To better help the student find his place in both the campus world and the comp etitive outside world, the administration also includes a placement service tO help both g raduates and stude nts find positions. In collaboration with the college deans and supervisers, this department also handles student counseling, housing and financial matters.

M. Steffenson, Dean of Women; M. Mariner, Dean o f Men; M. Raymond, Vice-president; President Minne; _F. Van -':'lstine, Gra~uate Coordinator; G. Fishbaugher, Director of Teacher Training and Placement; M. Bartsch, Director of Rural Educatton; H. Pntchard, Regtstrar.

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J. Fuller, E. Rager, L. Farner, A. Aarestad.

Education and Psychology

Cenrral in any college of education is the Division of Education and Psychology. Courses in understanding boch the physical and mental processes of their scudenrs are offered prospective teachers. Training in the fundamental skills of education are also presented and a particularly outstanding feature of the division is an observation-particip ation program.

M. Peterson instructs a first grade reading class.

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Both physical and mental development are stressed in the field of physical education. Utilizing the new Memorial Hall building, the department promotes reasonable thinking and action as well as good sportSmanship and fair and democratic play. New and better services, meanwhile, are constantly being offered by the health office in the interest of the physical well being of the entire student body.

M. Sholes, L. Beck and P. Yenco interpret modern dance.

Health and Physical Education

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B. G regoire, E. Brodhagen, M. Miller, J. Talbot, L. McCown, P. Roney, L. Arns.

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Standing: H. Guthrie, H. Whiting, A. Nelson. Seated: M. Davis, M.

~oddy, Ll.

Magnus.

language and literature

Courses in English, French and Spanish are offered by the college. Courses in hwnanities integrate the department with the art department by drawing together the five major branches- literature, painting, sculptu re, music and ard1irecrure. Work in this field may center around speech fundamentals or around literature. The courses of Mr. Behling, away on sabbatical this year, were taken by Miss Magda T alle, Mrs. E. D. Whiting and Edward Jacobsen.

M. Czapiewski, H. Turton a nd D. Freeman rehearse a dra m~tic reading.

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Creation is a compelling word. To meet the needs of those so talented, programs of both industrial and fine arts arc carried out on campus. The former offers courses in crafts, woodworking, metal working, priming, drawing and work with power equipment. The courses of the fine arts offer basic teaching skills to the prospective teacher as well as opportunity to develop genuine artistic ability. Specialized work is also offered for the more serious artist. G. Acheff and C. Henthorne study still¡life techniques.

Fine and Applied Art

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Standing: H. J ackson, F. Murray, F. Heyer. Seated: A. Bard, W. Grimm.

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0. Anfinson, M. Raymond, L. Gulick, R. Lokensgard, J. Emanuel. Not shown: H. Capron.

Mathematics and Science

A promotion of understanding of the technological advances of the past century as well as the training of future teachers of science is the goal of the Science Department. It attains the goal through a three-fold program of research, lecture and field trips.

M. Carhart, R. Wacholr, R. Schmidt in the chem lab.

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Why and how man acts in his society is the concern of the Social Studies Division. The institutions of the past are considered a constant source of practical ideas and a ready-made storehouse of interesting facts. Their study brings about an understanding and appreciation of our progress. T he studenr interested in either business administration or the teaching of business subjects fi nds tbat the business department has brought an enriched and adequate program to the campus. Both the Bachelor of Arrs and the Bachelor of Science degree are awarded in the business field.

S. Slaggie transcribes from the Gregg system.

Social Studies

G. Finch, F. J ederman, E. Davis, W. Price.

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E. Jacobsen, R. Payne.

Library

The college is fortunate in having a large and valuable collection of books, pamphlets and periodicals at its disposaL Housed in the Maxwell Library building is a collection of more than 39,000 books covering all fields of study; 3,000 public documents, 4,775 bound periodicals and 290 current magazines of general and professional interest. Increased service to the student body is being constantly rendered, and constant effort is being made tO 1mprove facilities by the faculty-student staff.

D. Mosiman and D. Wohler! explore library facilities.

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D. Hoyt, J. Guthrie. Seated: M. Ta lle, B. Cornelius, G. Garlid.

Phelps School M. Wedul.

"Constant progress in methods and knowledge" might well be the slogan of Phelps Laboratory School. In the school, where college and grammer students learn side by side, no effort is made to enroll either the exceptionally bright child, or the exceptionally slow. Rather, it is the aim to provide as normal a cross-section for the student reacher as possible. Also serving as a laboratory for teaching methods and curriculum testing, it provides opportunity for student teachers to take parr in co-curricular activities. The school also provides opportunity for students, educatOrs and laymen to observe modern teaching methods in order that greater understanding of the teaching situation may be obtained by all.

M. Sweeney, K. Dunlay, D. Davis. Fro nt row : 0 . Foster, B. Schneider, D. M•:Vey, D. He ider.

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Bookstore

A genuine effort is constantly being made by dormitory and college office workers to make the student a real citizen of the campus world. The realization that dor. mirory life and contact with the college business office is a very real part of the campus world has placed special emphasis on the service offered by this division. The accent in these departments has been placed on student welfare.

S. Ness, Bookstore Manager; F. Griffith, Dormitory Director; and W. Speich; Business Manager.

Office and Dormitory

C. Peter, D. Diekrager, B. Safranek, H. Muhle, E. Donath, A. de Groot, M. Kratz.

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Graduates Bachelor Of Arts

J. Emanuel, senior class adviser; R. Schmidt, class vice-p resident; M. Czapiewski, secretary-treasurer; D. Mahlke, preside nt.

John Brose Winona, Minnesota Major: Physical Science Minor: Mathematics

Frank Mertes Winona, Min nesota Ma jor: Business

Gerald H. Domonoske Morristown, Mi nnesota

Major: Engl ish Minor: Speech

Donald Schroeder Geneva, Minneso ta Major: Business Adm in istratio n Minor: Social St udies Ne wman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President , Busi ness Club 4; lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4.


Bachelor Of Sci.ence Arthur Bianchi Elkton, Minnesota Major: History and Social Studies Minor: Geography Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; " W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Public Relations 1; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4.

Carol Anhalt St. Paul, Minnesota Major: Physical Education Minor: Social Studies Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Womens' Phy. Ed. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation team 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Wenonah 4; Representative Council 4; Who's Who 4; Purple Key.

Arnold A . Boese Ha rmony, Minnesota Majors: Physical Education, Social Studies Footba ll 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Track 2; Representative Counci l 3; St udent As¡ sociation President 4; Who's Who 4; Football co¡captain 4; "W" Club 2, 3, 4; Men's Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4.

Eugene Bartz Plainview, Minnesota Major: Math and Physica l Science

Layne P. Buckingham Plainview, Minnesota Major: Mat h and Industria l Arts

Elaine Behnken St. Charles, Minnesota Ma jor: Physical Education and Music Ba nd 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma De lta 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Playe rs 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.P.E. 2, 3, 4; Mason Music 3, 4.

Harold A . Burkard Red Wing, Minnesota Ma jor: Physica l Education and Hi story Football 2, 3, 4; Baske tball 2; Newman Club 2; Men's P.E. 3; "W" Club 4.


Anne Carhart Trempealeau, Wisconsin Major: Elementary and Speech Wesley Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1; T.C. Twirlers 1; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 3, 4; Winonan 3; Radio Guild 4.

Leonard L. Cisewski Minnesota City, Minnesota Major: Math Mino r: Physica l Science Science Club 3, 4; Swing Wenonah 2.

Band

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David Christenson Winona, Minnesota Major: History, Socia l Studies Minor: English

Curtis Connaughty St. Charles, Minnesota Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Biology P.E. Footba ll 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phy. Ed. 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, dustria l Arts Club 1, 2, 3, Council 2, 3.

3, 4; "W" Club 1, 2 , 3, 4; In4; Studen t

Lydia Christenson Winona, Minnesota

Major: Elementary Education

Maxine Czapiewski Fountain City, Wisconsin Major: English Mi nor: Speech A. C. E. 1; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; Eng lish Club 2, Winonan 2, 3, 4; Radio G uild We no n ah 3; Who's Who 4; Officer 4.

Club 3, 4; 2 , 3; Cl ass

W illiam Christopherson Wykoff, Minnesota Major: Physica l Educa tion Minor: Social Studies

Donna Daun Winona, Minnesota

Major: Business Educa tion Mi nor: Social Studies Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Business Club 3; Representative Council 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Wenonah 3; Purple Key.


Mary Fishbaugher Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary and Kindergarten

Jacqueline Harbrecht St. Pau l, Minnesota Major: Elementary Chorus 1, 2; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2; Young Republicans 2; Inter-Varsity 3, 4; English Club 3; Representative Council 4.

Donna May Freeman Dexter, Minnesota Major: Speech Minor: English Representative Council 1, 2; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 1, 2; Winonan 2, 4; Orientation Team 3; Radio Guild 3, 4; Kappa Kelta Pi 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Purple Key.

Faye Hoffman Winona, Minnesota Major: Music Minor: Typing, Shorthand, Romance language Mendelssohn Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Represent a¡ live Council 1, 2; Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4; Mason Music Club 3, 4.

Robert L. Goetting Housto n, Minnesota Ma jor: Spanish Minor: English lntervarsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4.

Lee Krogh l ake City, Minnesota Major: English Minor: Social Science Apollo 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Winonan 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Wenonah 4.

Jerome Grebin Preston, Minnesota Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Represent ative Council 2, 3; Ath letic Committee 3, 4.

Curtis Legwold Peterson, Minnesota Major: Social Studies Minor: Biology L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Apollo Club 1, 2, 3; lntramurals 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3; International Relations Club 1; Repre¡ sentative Council 3, 4; Orientation Team 3, 4; Class Officer 3, 4.


Henry Lewis Pine Island, Minnesota Major: Social Studies Minor: Biology Republican Club 1, 2, 3;

lntramurals

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Helen Nelson Preston, Minnesota Ma jo r: Elementary Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Mason Music Club 3, 4; Purple Key.

Marlene Majerus Winona, Minnesota

Major: Music Minor: English Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mason Music Club 2, 3, 4; Swing Band 3, 4; English Club 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Winonan 3, 4; Purp le Key.

George O'Reilly Goodhue, Minnesota Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology Basketba ll 1, 2, 3, 4; New man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Young De mocrats 3, 4; Men's Phy. Ed. Club 3, 4; Football 4.

Arlene Martinson Winona, Minnesota Ma jor: English Minor: Socia l Studies Wenonah 1, 2, 3; English Club 2, 3, 4; l.S.A. 3, 4; Representative Council 4; Winonan 4; Homecoming Royalty 4; Who's Who 4.

Willa Owens Eyota, Minnesota Major: Ele mentary

Thomas Meulemans Alma, Wisconsin Minors: Physical Education, Math, Social Science Baseball 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1; Science Club 2.

Curtis Peterson Winona, Minnesota Major: Music Minor: English Band 2, 3, 4; Westminster Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Swing band 2, 3, 4; Apollo Club 2, 3, 4; Orientation t eam 3, 4; Mason Music Club 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Purple Key.


Merle J. Peterson Blooming Prairie, Minnesota Major: Industrial Arts Mino r: Math Football 2, 3, ·4; "W" Club 2, 3, 4; In· d ustrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Wrestling 3, 4; L.S.A. 3, 4; Representative Council 4.

Jon Henry Sontag Winona, Minnesota Ma jor: Fine Arts Minor: Social Studies L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa De lta Pi 3, 4; Orientation Tea m 2,3,4; Who's Who 4; Homecoming Chairman 3; Representative Council 3; Purple Key.

William Prinz Rochester, Minnesota Major: Histo ry-Social Studies Minor: Biology Wesley Club 2; Drama Club 2; Science Club 4.

Sondra Ste phens Winona, Minnesota Ma jor: Kindergarten Primary Chorus 1, 2, 3; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 2, 3, 4; Winonan 2, 3, 4; English Cl ub 3, 4; Kappa Pi 3, 4; Representative Counci l 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3 , 4.

Gene Re nslow Winona, Minnesota Major: Eng lish Minor: Social Studies Wenonah 4; English Club 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4.

Marcia Veir Winona, Minnesota Major: English Minor: Romance languages Radio Guild 3 , 4; English Club 3, 4; Wenonah Players 3, 4; Winonan 3, 4; Wenonah 4.

Russell Schmidt Winona, Minnesota Ma jor: Math and Physical Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Foo tball 1, 2, 3, 4; "W" Club 2; Wesley Club 3; Kappa Delt a Pi •3, 4; Officer 4; Vice President, Senior Class; Re presentative Council 4; Who's Who 4; Purple Key.

Patricia Waas Dakota, Minnesota Major: Elementary and Speech A. C. E. 1; F.T.A. 2, 3; Representative Council 3; Winonan 2, 3; Wenonah Players 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Radio Guild 4; I.C.F. 4; Purple Key.


Dick Wood Winona, Minnesota

Major: Minor: Young tria l

Industria l Arts Physical Science Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4; Indus¡ Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

CAMERA SHYS: Stanley Barr Bag ley, Wisconsin Major: Physica l Education Minor: Geography, Basic Business

Esther Buscho Morristow n, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education

Ruth Corcoran Ca ledonia, Minnesota Ma jo r: Elementary Education

Richard Czaplewski Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education

Mary F. Wooden Winona, Minnesota

Major: Elementary Newman Club 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; Winonan 3; Wenonah 4.

J. Morgan d'Etienne Winona, Minnesota Major: English Mino r: Socia l Studies

Delores Gallagher Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary

Roland Hill Lanesboro, Minne sota Major: Biology, Physica l Education

Gerald Knatterud Winona, Minnesota Ma jor: Socia l Studies Minor: Eng lish

Cleo Lohse John P. Wooden Winona, Minnesota Major.s: History-Social Studies Mino rs: Georgraphy, English Newman Club 1, 2; Winonan 2, 3; Wenonah 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Purple Key.

Winona, Minnesota Major: Art Minor: Bio logy, Social Studies

Edna Mahoney LeRoy, Minnesota Major: Elemen ta ry Educatio n

Effie Schmit Zumbrota, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education, Kindergarten Minor: Library

Ellen Schwark Fountain City, Wisconsin Ma jor: Business Education, Spanish

Emma Steinke Detroit l akes, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education

Gerald Sweeney Fount; in City, Wisconsin Ma jor: Speech Minor: English

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Spring Valley, Minnesota Major: English Minor: Social Studies and Music


Associate In Education Helen Ehlers Mazeppa, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Officers 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3.

Anna Clark Zumbrota, Minnesota Ma jor: Elementary Education Class office r 1; F.T.A. 1; Wenonah Players 1, 2; Bradford Club president 2.

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Marlene Fernholz

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Arcadia, Wisconsin Major: Elementary Education Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Commerce Club 1; Wino nan 1; Wenonah Players 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3; Homecoming Queen.

Velna Jean Clark Zumbrota, Minnesota Ma jor: Elementary Education F.T.A. l ; Wenonah Playe rs 1, 2; Bradford Club 2.

Joyce Dianne Griebenow Harmony, Minnesota Maie r: Elementary Education Wesley Club 1; L.S.A. 2; F.T.A. 1, 2.

Janice Decker Blooming Prairie, Minnesota Maier: Eleme ntary L.S.A. 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2.

Marilyn June Heinen Plainview, Minnesota Maier: Elementary F.T.A. 1, 2; L.S.A. 1, 2; W.A.A. 1, 2.


Hildegarde Hendrickson Plainview, Minnesota

Major: Elementary Education

Maxine Peterson Preston, Minnesota Major: Elementary F.T.A. l, 2; L.S.A. l , 2; Winonan l , 2.

Lois Kramer Pontiac, Michigan Major: Ele mentary Newman Club 1, 2; Wenonah Players 1, 2; F.T.A. l ; English Club l , 2.

Sylvia Ann Renchin Hayfield, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education F.T.A. 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2.

Opal Loretta Larson Mantorville, Minnesota Ma jor: Elementary Education W.A.A. 1, 2; F.T.A. 2; Inter-Vars ity 2; Y.W.C.A. l , 2.

Lilymarie Safe Red Wing, Minnesota Major: Eleme ntary l.S.A. l , 2; Wenon ah Band 1; F.T.A. 2.

Players

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Janice Lawrence Chester, Iowa Ma jor: Elementary Education L.S.A. 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Mendelssohn Club

2, 3.

Charlotte Schwantz Plainview, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education


Shirley Ann Senrick Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary Young Republican 1; Gamma Delta 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Homecoming Royalty 2; Wenonah Players 2.

Joanne Wisland Houston, Minnesota Major: Elementary

Charlotte Stiehl Alma, Wisconsin Major: Elementary Band 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2; Westminster Club 1; l.S.A. 2.

Betty Jane Wilson Elkton, Minnesota Major: Eiementary Chorus 1; Mendelssohn Club 1; Wesley Club 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2; Wenonah Players 1, 2.

Lois Marie Stoehr Elgin, Minnesota Major: Elementary F.T.A. 1, 2; Gamma Delta 1, 2; Band 1; Y.W.C.A. 1.

Nancy Wondrow Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education

Agnes Winkels Adams, Minnesota Major: Elementary Education

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Back row: C. Hagedorn, W. Anderson, G. Hanson, H. Turton, M. Skroch, J. Antoff, G. McEimury, J. Threinen, J. Sonsall~. Fourth row: K. Bittner, J. Helcl, B. Walker, B. Ziebell, D. Erding, J. Belden. Third row: Miss Murray, l. Beck, J. Thomforde, N. Gynild, E. Grass, R. Welty, 0. Tubbs, K. Riska. Second row: D. Lowrie, P. Wilke, B. J. Anderson, R. Klossner, J. Tedrow, G. Steffes. First row: D. Searson, B. Gaddis, N. Flom, I. Buh fer, S. Haakenstad, B. Anderson, M. McNally.

Juniors Big event of the average J unior's life this year was admission to the upper division and the picking of major and minor subject fields. The class sponsored the annual Winter Formal at the New Oaks and participated in other school activities. Robert Ziebell was president of the class; Barbara Gaddis, vice president and Jean Thomforde, secretarytreasurer. Miss Murray was class adviser.

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B. Gaddis, Vice-President; J . Thomforde, Murray, Advise r; R. Ziebell, President.

Secretary;

Miss


Dr. Raymond, Adviser; U. Lauchle, Vice-President; G. Ronnenberg, Secretary; R. Rubado, President.

Sophomores The sophomore class sparked this year's activities by sponsoring the freshman initiation, including the Kangaroo Court; the Queen's Honor dance; the Homecoming bonfire and post-game dances. Ron Rubado was president; Dave Lauchle, vice president; and Gloria Ronnenberg, secretary-treasu rer. Dr. Raymond was sophomore adviser. Back row: R. Hovland, J. Gleason, M. Coulter, A. Nardiello, R. Rubado, C. Pasvogel, D. Lauchle, B. Wieczorek, C. Steinke, R. Papenfuss, S. Schneider, W. Hotson, T. O'Brien, Dr. Raymond. Fourth row: S. Ryan, J . Ful ler, J. Snyder, G. Ronnenberg, J. Rompa, S. Marburger, B. Plourde, R. Shira, J. Krage, B. Le o, E. Dre nckhahn, D. J ohnson, M. Riggs, E. Neumann, N. McGillivray, S. Slaggie, A. Seiler. Third row: M. Holmquist, M. Carhart, N. Dearmin, A. Ellison, J. Wunderlick, H. Lawson, M. Sholes, M. Tripp, P. Diethert, J. Hammann, K. Hammergren, J. Pagel, L. Oech, N. Grech, D. Rihs, S. Renchin, M. Baumann. Second row: N. Blaisdell, K. Hanson, D. Halverson, B. Bryan, N. Klein, G. Haack, M. Peterson, M. Schmuck, L. Devney, G. Riebe, C. Mahlke, P. Yenco, J. Holmgren, M. Steigerwald. First row: B. Wilson, E. Seim, L. Tews, D. Heckmaster, K. Stevlingson, M. Roberts, R. Feuling, I. Skarstad, S. Hubbard, A. Hansen, D. Grovdahl, D. Holt, R. Borja, J. Nagle, F. Sebo, A. Luhmann, R. Hudrlik.


Freshmen

J. Seeman, Vice-President; D. Olson, President; Dr. Guthrie, Adviser.

Sporting their purple and white beanies the largest class of freshmen since World War II took State by storm this year. During initiation week they were kept busy catering to upperclassmen until their trial-by-service ended in the Kangaroo Kourt.

Soon recovering from their ordeal they assisted at the Homecoming bonfire and game and later sponsored a successful "Fall Frolic". Duane Olson was elected president; Jerry Seeman vice-president; Ann Berger secretary-treasurer. Dr. Gurhrie was class adviser.

Back row: R. Beberg, F. Brueske, R. Bublitz, G. Bergsrud. Second row: A. Be ning, K. Bjoroker, D. Conley, P. Bie lenberg, H. Corrigan, D. Ambrosen. First row: K. Chamberlain, E. Buh le r,

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L. Collins, K. Crimmins, E. Best, T. Ahrens, D. Blumcntritt.


Back row:

D.

Darling,

D.

Allen, W.

Diekrager, P.

Eve n son, F. Da lleska, P. Glynn, L De France. Fourth row: W. Fied le r,

L Brace, B. Burmeister, R. Bateman, W. Adank, R. Eskra, D. Drake, D. Fehrman. Third row: D. Greden, R. Flynn, J. De Haven, G. Eskelson, M. Fla h e rty, P. Fockens, P. Drwall. Second row: C. Gilbertson, M. Colness, J. Fend, E. De Witte, P. Duellman, J. Gilsdorf. First row: J. Freitag, E. Fuller, M. Gallagher, C. Fuchs, S. Gi ldemeister, S. Deeren.

Back row: D. Kirkland, L Herman, L Iverson , B. Keil, W. Ha ig h, F. Kelley, J. Kern, J. Landro, J. Koehler. Third row: P. Kelm, M. Heberling, D. Larson, M. Kowa leski, S. Huligren, M. Lawrence, M. Lauer. Second ro w: M. l a ndro, Jean Kreckow, A. Knowlion, F. He nniger, M. Hone r, L Johnson, J. Johnson. Fiost row: M. Johnson, C. J acobson, N. Hoon, Jud y Hove, B. Krieger, M. Lateham.

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Back row: D. Olson, L. Pieper, D. Ludwitzke, J. Palan, R. Mrachek, J. May, M. Matzke, L. Nelson. Third row: A. Pretzer, B. Peterson, D. Mertes, D. McBride, L. McMillen, D. Malewicki, D. McDonough, A. Mueske, R. McGovern. Second row: J. Mulvihill:, M. Miller, D. Meinzer, J. Meyer, A. Ogata, K. Morse, l. Osborn, J. Moon. First row: D. Mosiman, N. Lindquist,

M. McKay, M. Lewi s, J. Powell, H. Long, J. Osborn.

Back row: F. Schloegel, R. Sass, D. Segermark, W. Ritter, G. Strand, D. Sanden. Third row: J. Seeman, R. Steuart, J. Smith, J. Quam, C. Sorensen, P. Streitz, F. Schurb. Second row: M.

Siems, P. Severson, L. Schroeder, J. Reglin, J. Sackett, J. Ringen. First row: C. Streed, D. Sheffer, C. Schroeder, V. Stroud, B. Raitar.

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Back row: Dr. Guthrie, K. Todd, D. Wright, W. Von Sien, R. Von Sien, H. Thiele, L. Thomforde. Third row: R. Turner, D. Wohler!, J. Thomas, S. Schant, P. Schulte. Second row: L. Witt, N. Van Allen, M. Wright, E. Tollefson, L. Swearingen, M. Suttie, J. Thompson. First row: B. Witt, S. Vathing, K. Weseman, D. Swanson, E. Ties, M. Sapp.



Who's Who Nine seniors were elected by the student body of the college to represenr the college in the 1954-5 5 edition of Who's Who among Stttdents in American Universities and Colleges. Selection was based on high attainment in scholarship, service, leadership, attitude, and character.

Back row: C. Peterson, R. Schmidt, J. Sontag, A. Boese. Front row: M. Czapiewski, C. Anhalt, D. Freeman, A. Martinson.

Purple Key The Purple Key is the highest academic honor for which a student at W inona State Teachers College is eligible. Selection is based upon scholarship, character and interest in college activities. There are no officers elected or meetings held, but all students strive for admittance to this select group.

Back row: D. Freeman, J. Sontag, J. Wooden, R. Schmidt , C. Peterson. Front row: M. Ma jerus, P. Waas, H. Ne lson, C. Anhalt. Not pictured, D. Daun.

Kappa Delta Pi Gamma Tau chapter represents Kappa D elta Pi, the national honorary ed ucation society, on the campus. This organization is designed primarily co encourage high professional standards and co recognize outstanding personal contributions co the field of education. Guests from other communities, W inona and from the college faculty addressed the monthly meenngs. Th is year's officers were D onna Freeman, president; Russell Schmidt, vice-president; Mary Washburn, secretary and Donna Daun, treasurer. Counselor was Miss Murray.

Back row : Miss Murray, J. Sontag, D. Freeman, P. Waas, C. Anha lt, D. Bearson. First row: M. Kloss, N. Gynild , M. Majerus, D. Daun.

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Representative Council Under the leadership of Arnold Boese, Student Association president, the Council served the interests of both the students and the faculty, and regulated school activities. Other officers were: J ames Threinen, vice-president; Arlene Martinson, secretary; and Patricia Yenco, treasurer.

Back row: J. Threinen, J. Seeman, C. Legwold, D. Mertes, R. Rubado, B. Ziebell, A. Boese. Third row: D. Olson, M. Miller, C. Anhalt, S. Stephens, J. Wunderlich, M. Peterson, D. Mahlke. Second row: J. Harbrecht, A. Martinson, F. Morsching, B. Gaddis, M. Schmuck, L. Beck. First row: N. Gynild, D. Daun, H. Long, P. Yenco, B. Bregen.

Women's Dorm Council "Dorm meetings tOnight. Attendance required," was the invariable notice greeting dorm residents after dorm council meetings. The council consisted of Carol Anhalt and Jean Thomforde, dorm presidents; Mrs. Griffith and Miss Steffenson, dorm dirccrors; and dorm officers. Beside managing routine affairs, the council engineered many gala events such as Sing For Your Supper, the Christmas banquet, and the annual Dorm Open House. B. Plourde, J. Thomforde, D. Searson, S. Hubbard, C. Anhalt, B. Anderson. Seated: L. Beck, student dean.

Men's Dorm Council Organization of softball teams, Christmas parties, homecoming floats, robaggan parties, and the preservation of law and order were just a few of the many duties executed by the Lucas Lodge cabinet and Premiss Lodge counselors. Art Nard iello headed Lucas Lodge, with officers George Yamamotro and Derald Madson. Ernie Buhler, Duane Thompson, and Chuck Elliot were co-counselors of Prentiss.

G. Yamamotto, D. Thompson, A. Nardiello, F.. Buhler, D. Madson

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Back row: F. Kelley, D. Ludwitzke, D. Hammergren, Mr. Heyer, K. Brungardt, W. Hotson, E. Marin. Fourth ro w: H. Schmidt, J. Landro, D. Malewicki, D. Lueck, K. Bittner, J. Gleason, M. Skroch, J. Woods, L. De France. Third row: D. Searson , P. Keirn , P. Severson, S. Hultgre n , H. Corrigan, N. Flam, E. Behnke n, E. Tollefson, T. O'Brien, G. Steffes. Second ro w: C. G ilbertson, M. Sapp, D. Con ley, L. Witt, M. Robe rts, A. Knowlton, J. Ringen, D. Ha lverson , N. Hoon. First row: S. Deeren, G. Hud rlik N. Gynild, E. G rass, D. Larson, L. Collins , J. Hove, G. Riebe. Kneeling: K. Hanson, D. Rihs.

Band

Twice weekly the fifty members of the band met to gain experience in band work and to play for their own enjoyment under the direction of Mr. Heyer. The band marched in the H omecoming Parade, the W inter Carnival parade, performed at concerts in the college auditorium, and at football and basketball home games. Band officers included Curt Peterson, Nancy Gynild, Jean Thomforde and Elaine Behnken.

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Swing Band

The Swing Band, under the direction of Mr. Heyer, provides an opponuniry for students who are interested in progressive jazz to play as well as listen. Group activities this year included several concerts for the student body, music for dancing at school social functions and an extensive tour of the high schools of the surrounding area.

E. Marin, R. Hammargren and Mr. Heyer hold a ja m sess ion in t he band room.

Mr. Heyer, J. Woods, G. Gleason, G. Steffes, D. Ma lewicki, W. Hotson, C. Peterson, T. O'Brien, K. Brungradt, E. Marin, M. Skroch, D. Lueck, R. Hammargre n, A. Johnson, M. Majerus.


Back row : L. Tews, J. l awrence, M. Roberts, J. Tho mforde, E. Behnken, J. l andro, D. l udwitzke, C. Peterson, E. Neumann, M. Riggs. Third row : J. Powell, M. Heberling, P. Duellman, L. Osborn, K. Hanson, F. Hoffmann, J. Meyer, E. Tollefson. Second row: D. Halverson, R. Flynn, M. Miller, F. Kelley, W. Haigh, L. Krogh, D. Malewicki, B. Bauer, S. Hubbard. First row: N. Gynild, D. Meinzer, R. Steuart, L. De France, S. Hultgren, K. Cha mberlain, E. Seim a t pia no.

Choir

W hile the band rehearsed vigorously in the lower regions of Somsen H all, another music organization prepared concerts of a slighrly different nature in the tower. Musically inclined p ersons met regularly twice a week to combine their vocal abilities in forming a fine-toned, polished choir. Performances given by the choir included the traditional Christmas concert, a spring concert, and an app earance at a Rotary Club lu ncheon. Chorus oficers were: Faye H offman, president; Bruce Bauer, vice-president; Jan Lawrence, treasu rer; Eleanor Seim, secretary. Apollo Club was headed by Lee Krogh, assisted by Gordon Schleder, vice president, a nd Burl Leo, secretary-treasurer. Elizabeth Neumann was Mendelssohn Club president with Janice Lawrence as secremry-treasurer. Choir d irector is Mr. Grim m. Accompanists were Miss Bard and Eleanor Seim. A. Ba rd a nd W. Grimm, Directors.

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Mendelssohn and Apollo Clubs Mendelssohn is the women's glee club on campus, while Apollo is the men's glee club. Both organizations frequently perform for the student body and for various c1v1c functions under Miss Bard's direcror. Eleanor Seim is accompanist.

Soloost, M. Miller

Ba ck row: E. Neu mann, M. Miller, E. Behnken. Fourth row : J . Powell, J. Thomforde, S. Hultgren, M. Roberts. Third row: M. Heberling, K. Hanson, l. Osborn, M. Riggs. Second row: D. Mein zer, K. Cha mberlain, S. Hubbard, J. Lawrence, J. Meyer. First row: D. Halverson, N. Gyn: ld, P. Duell man, R. Flynn, E. Tollefson, F. Hoffman, L. Tews, E. Seim a t piano. Back row: B. Bauer. Third row: W. Haigh, D. Ludwitzke. Second row: F .Kel ley, l. Krog h, J. landro. First row: R. Steuart, C. Peterson, L. De Fra nce, D. Malewicki.

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Back row: C. Anhalt, S. Stephens, L. Krogh, D. Mahlke, G. Renslow, K. Bittner, First row: M. Baumann, A. Knowlton, M. Veir, P. Yenco, C. Mahlke.

Wenonah "Remember, this is for POSTERITY," was the watchword of this year's Wenonah staff. Attempting co accurately mirror campus life, editor Marcia Veir p icked a staff of ten section edicors co help carry the project to completion. Finance and advertising were capably handled by Kenneth Bittner. J ohn \Xlooden served as special adviser and copy edicor. General adviser to the staff was Dr. Guthrie.

M. Baumann, G. Renslow and C. Mahlke check Droof.

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Mr. Durfey and editor picture schedule.

K. Bittner studies his ever-present accounts-due book.

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K. Crimmins, P. Ke lm, D. Bearson, E. Tollefson, J. Tho mforde, M. Lawrence, N. D earmin at work on circulation .

Winonan Deadlines and printer's ink were the hallmarks of this year's Winonan staff. U nder the capable direction of editor Maxine Czapiewski, interested students learned to write feature stories, news articles, and editorials, to make up pages and to read proof. Maxine's staff included Patricia Yenco, assistant editor; Patricia Wilke, feature editor; James Belden, sports ediror; and Jean Thomforde, circulation manager. Dr. Guthrie advised the staff. Dr. Guthrie and editor M. Czapiewski read copy for the Winonan. Back row: l. Krogh, J. Belden, D. Gulbrandson. Second row: A. Martinson, D. Freeman, P. Wilke, B. Gaddis. First row: P. Yenco, M. Cza piewski, M. Majerus.


Back row: R. Steuart, G. Quiel, E. Drenckhahn, J. Palan, F. Kelley, H. Turton, L. Osborn, D. Gulbrandso n. Fourth row: C. Mahlke, B. Wi lson, M. Veir, J. Hammann, S. Ryan, M. Steigerwald, G. Bergsrud, Miss Magnus. Third row: F. Morsching, D. Rihs, A. Knowl ton, P. Wilke, M. Kloss, E. Be hnken, M. Suttie, D. Freeman. Second row: D. Halverson, A. Carhart, D. Holt, R. Flynn, H. Long, J. Ho lmgren, L. Krame r. Fi•st row: N. Gynild, M. Lewis, E. To llefson, G. Hudrlik, G. Riebe, M. Sapp.

Wenonah Players Squaring the Circle, a satire on Communism was the Wenonah Players' hit show in arena style last spring. Outstanding on the list of th is year's activities was the Club's sponsorship of Pygmaliotz and ]tmo m1d the Paycock by the touring Dublin Players. Officers for the year were: Donna Freeman, president; Elaine Behnken, vice p resident; Jean T homforde, recording secretary; Pat Waas, treasurer; Hugh Turton, corresponding secretary; Gerald Sweeney, head technician; Don Gulbrandson, assistant technician. Miss Dorothy Magnus was adv iser.

Top Picture: H. Turton, N. Gynild, D. Free ma n and J. Johnson

Bottom Picture: Dress " Squaring the Circle."

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Radio Guild

One of the campus service organizations, Radio Guild weekly presented programs over station KWNO. Subjects varied from publicity of campus events to student opinions on items of general interest. Also presented were informational programs by members of the faculty. The scheduling and recording of programs were handled by H ugh TurtOn. president; Patricia Wilke, vice-president, Donald Gulbrandson, head technician. Miss Magnus advised the group.

Top Picture: P. Waas, E. Dren<khahn and D. Freeman time a re<ording.

Bottom Picture: D. Gulbrandson at the re<order.

Ba<k row: P. Wilke, P. Yenco, Miss Magnus. First row: C. Peterson, D. Freeman, M. Veir, H. Turton (speaker), D. Gulbrandson (at mike), J. Quiel, A. Carhart, D. Halverson.

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Orientation Tearn The Orientation Team introduces incom ing fres hmen to facilities ava ilable to them at the college. Mixer -dances, p icnics and a freshman breakfast a re but a few of the opportunities provided by the team to introduce the freshmen to themselves a nd to upper classmcn.

Back row: Mr. Ma rine r, J. Sontag, D. l auchle, C. Peterson, C. l egwold. First row: F. Morsching, B. Ziebell, N. Blaisdell.

Young Democrats Year's acnvm es for the Young D emocrats included a dance after the WSTC-St. Mary's football game, a mock presidential election in N ovember, and several "get-om-and-vote" campaig ns during the school elections. M eetings were held twice each

quarter to discuss political issues. President was J ames Threinen; vice-president, Gordon H ansen; secretary, James H eld; treasurer, J ames Belden. Adviser was Miss Roney.

Second row: D. Lowrie, J. Threine n, J. Beldo n, G. Hanson, D. Schroeder, B. l eo. First row : J. He lcl, B. Walker, G. O'Reilly, A. Bia nchi.

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Back row: Miss Murray, C. Hen thorne, F. Ke lley, G. Acheff. Second row: J. Sontag, R. J ensen, K. Riska, 0. Tub bs. First ro w: P. Drwa ll, S. Ste phens, M. Couldwell, D. Meinzer, M. Lauer.

Kappa Pi Again this year Kappa Pi, the national art fraternity, sponsored the Spring Prom, keeping its theme secret in every detail until the big night. The club also sponsored art exhibits during the year and designed scenes for the main bulletin board. By sponsoring the annual art bazaar the members earned enough money to finance a field trip to Chicago. Officers this year were Jon Sontag, president; Cleo Lohse, vice-president; Robert Jensen, secretary; and Donald Lowrie, treasurer. Miss Murray was club adviser.

Top Picture: J. Holliday, D. Lowrie and B. Jensen display Kappa Pi products at the annual Art Bazaar. Bottom: N. Gresch, 0 . Tubbs, S. Stephens, D. Lowrie and J . Sontag.

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Back row: G. Rens low, T. O'Brien, J. Threinen, A. Martinson, L. Krogh, L. Beck. Third row: M. Veir, M. Czapiewski, M. Majerus, C. M~hlke, M. Sullie, D. Halverson. Second row: G. Hudrlik, M. Baumann, P. Kelm, K. Hanson, P. Wilke, H. Long, P. Ye nco. First row: A. Ogata, R. Borja, B. Rajtar, L. Johnson, P. Severson, C. Streed.

English Club English Club members this year presented a skit during homecoming, sponsored the Christmas dance, contributed original writings to the college quarterly "The Loom" and entertained with original monologues and dramatics in a spring production, "Pastiche". Purpose of the organization is to present samples of the members' creative writings to the students of the college. Maxine Czapiewski was this year's president; Patricia W ilke, vice-president; and Regina Hudrlik, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Nelson was adviser.

Top Picture: A. Martinson interprets " Julie Kenshaw". Bottom: R. Hudrlik reads " The Loom."

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Science Club

Field trips, the annual Science Fair and the promotion of interest in science tO laymen and high school students occupied the members of the Science Club this year. In addition, the organization sponsored the W inter Party and the Homecoming festivities. Club officers were president, Russ Schmidt; vicepresident, Russ Bundy; secretary-treasurer, Louise Oech. Mr. Emanuel was club adviser.

Top Picture : C. Christe nson conducts a Science Day exhibit fo r visiting high school students. Bottom: F. Schurb conducts a chem la b experiment for Science Day.

Back row: Dr. Gulick, G. McEimury, B. Bauer, R. Welty, R. Lueth, D. Madson, Mr. Emanue l. Second row: S. Deere n, M. Carhart, J. Ham mann, K. Morse, R. Klossne r, l. Oech, l. Cise wski. First row: R. Schmid t, K. Bittner, G. Bartz, G. Steffes, R. Buxrude.


Fourth row: P. Kelm, A. Knowlton, J. Kreckow, N. Hoon, J. Powell, M. Heberling, B. Gaddis, N. Flom, B. Anderson, J. Thomforde, B. Peterson, J. Meyer. Third row: L. Schroeder, N. McGillivray, S. Ryan, J. Fuller, N. Klein, P. Streitz, D. Meinzer, J. Quam, N. Blaisdell, 0. Tovson. Second row: S. Marburger, B. Wi lson, B. Plourde, K. Bjoraker, S. Vathing, L. Devney, K. Hanson, B. J. Anderson, J. Wilke. First row: L. Johnson, M. Siems, D. Sheffer, M. Gallagher, D. Heckmaster, E. Fuller, M. Peterson, M. Sullie, H. long.

Back ro w: K. Hammergren, M. Honer, S. Hultgren, M. Heinen, D. Conley, D. Madson, J. May, W. Anderson, J. Kern, E. Buhler, D. Riess, E. Grass. Third row: K. Crimm ins, J. Freitag, A. Patzner, D. Swanson, S. Renchin, E. De¡ Witte, L. Stoehr, C. Schwantz, R. Flynn, M. Wooden, M. Kloss, D. Bearson. Second row: Miss Aarestad, P. Severson, G. Haack, l. Collins, D. Johnson, J. Nagle, l. Osborn, J. l awrence, P. Duell man, M. Tripp. First row: R. Borja, S. Gi lderneister, C. Fuchs, J. Wisland, G. Riebe, R. Klossner, I. Buh ler, E. Seim, J. Queensland.

Future Teachers of America The Etta H udson Howell chapter of the Future Teachers of America this year undertook the State's annual Christmas Seal campaign, sponsored what has become its annual carnival and fun fest and entertained at a record dance. Since its inception in 195 1,

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the chapter has succeeded in unmng future elementary and secondary teachers on the campus into a single group. Officers this year were Dareld Madsen, president; Helen Nelson, vice-president; Nancy Blaisdell, secretary; Mary Tripp, treasurer. Advisers were Miss Aaresrad and Mr. Hoyt.


Business Club Highlights of the Business Club program this year were the annu al organization tour to business esrablishmems and the sponsoring of a spring dance for the student body. Commercial and business majors and minors are welcomed to th is campus service organization, which is primarily interested in business and related fields. President was D onald Schroeder; vice-president, Burl Leo; secretary-treasurer, Faye H offman. Advisers were Miss Finch and Dr. Price.

Fourth row: C. Sheffer, Price. Third row: B. leo, Schroeder. Second row: Hoffman, E. Neumann.

Industrial Arts Club Highlig ht of this year's Industrial Arts Club activities was a field trip to Stillwater State Prison where members visited an inmate-run factory and saw prisoners' handicrafts. Other activities included construction of the Homecoming Queen's float; the printing of invitations; making toys for the orphanage and making of prom decorations. Merle Peterson was the year's president; Gene Fahrman, vice-president; and Carl Christenson, secretary-treasurer. Dr. Jackson and Dr. Capron were dub advisers.

H. Thiele, J. Zbylicki, E. Mundt, G. Williams, R. Von Sien, J. Antoff, D. Mahlke, Dr. l. Standstad, W. Wieczorek, E. Davies, D. McManus, C. Steinke, G. Eskelson, D. Riess, D. Miss Finch, J. Wunderlich, F. Henninger, J. DeHaven, A. Ellison, F. Sebo, R. Feuling, F. First row: M. Sholes, D. Conley, J. Reglin, B. Witt, E. Grass, M. Sullie, l. Tews.

Third row: G. McEim ury, D. Segermark, R. Eskra, R. Wood, J. Morrison, W. Gesell. Second row: R. larson, l. Buckingham, R. Hov land, D. Ollhoff , M. Skroch, H. Jackson. First row: M. Peterson, T. Toussaint, l. Nelson, B. Walker, A. Nard iello, R. Duncan.

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Mason Music High point of the year for the Mason Music Club, which includes all music majors and minors, was the sponsoring of the music contest for high schools in District Two. The task provided jobs for all members, as the campus swarmed with visiting high school musicians waiting to perform. Club activities also included recitals for the student body and area groups. Advisers were Mr. H eyer and Mr. Grimm.

Y.W.C.A. A course in camp leadership for this year's Girl Scout leaders was sponsored by the college YWCA group. Caroling at Christmas, selling bonbons at football games and fellowship meetings were among other activities led by president Darlyne B_earson, vice-president Barbara Plourde, secretary Charlotte Stiehl and treasurer Barbara Gaddis. Adviser was Miss Roney.

Back row: Mr. Heyer, E. Behnken, K. Hanson, E. Neumann, E. Ludwitzke, F. Kelley, M. Skroch, L. De Fran ce, E. Marin. Second row: E. Seim, G. Riebe, F. Hoffman, M. Majerus, M. Roberts, M. Riggs, J. Thomford e, G. Steffes. First row: R. Steuart, D. Hammergren, J . Gleason, K. Bittn er, C. Peterson, J . Woods, Mr. Grimm.

Back row: T. Ahrens, D. Larson, 0. Larson, P. Diethert, B. Gaddis, P. Streitz, B. Plourde, B. Anderson, N. Blaisdell. Third row: 0 . Tovson, N. Flom, B. Peterson, L. Swearingen, J. Lawrence, S. Hubbard, D. Bearson. Second row: D. Heckmaster, L. Schroeder, L. Col lin s, S. Marburger, B. Johnson, S. Vathing, H. Long. First row: V. Stroud, C. Gilbertson, E. Ful ler, H. Lawson, D. Grovdahl, B. Krieger.

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Inter-Varsity A non-denominational fellowship organization, Inter-Varsity, meets for Bible study and prayer meetings balanced by social gatherings. Officers this year were president, Bruce Bauer; vice-president, D arlene Johnson; and secretary-treasurer, J acqueline H arbrechr. Adviser was Dr. Price.

Back row: E. Norman, D. Johnson, M. Riggs, P. Streitz, E. Tollefson, B. Bauer. Se cond row: Dr. Price, K. Chamberlain, J. Harbrecht, P. Waas, G. McEi mury. First ro w: S. Fuchs, A. McKeag, M. Brown, J. Nagle.

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Back row: D. Sheffer, G. Riebe, C. El liott, J. Fuller, M. Hol mquist, V. Stroud, M. Latcham. Second row: L. Osborn, N. Bla isdell, M. Johnson, M. Sackett, E. Buhler, B. J. Anderson, D. Larson, C. Fuchs. Front row: I. Buhler, Mr. Guthrie, C. Sorenson, N. McGillivray, N. Hoon.

Back row: D. Schroeder, W. Haigh, R. Claussen, F. Brueske, M. Flaherty, L. Nelson, J. Antoff, T. O'Brien, D. Greden, G. O'Reilly. Fourth row: E. Grass, M. Honer, S. Ryan, A. Seiler, J. May, B. Wieczorek, M. Gallagher, M. Steigerwald, N. Grech, E. DeWitt, R. McGovern, J. Th ompson, S. Slaggie. Third row: M. Kowaleski, S. Renchin, J. Hammann, M. Roberts, L. Schroeder, P. Fockens, J . Fe nd, M. Lauer, J . Holmgren, R. Flynn, K. Hanson. Second row: G. Hudrlik, K. Crimmins, B. Rajtar, J. Rompa, B. Plourde, M. Wrig ht, L. Kramer, R. Bor ja. First row: J. Snyde r, D. Erding, A. Na rdiello.

Wesley Club The \'<fesley Club is an organization of Method ist smdcms on campus for the promotion of Christian fellowship. This year the thirty members built a homecoming float, sponsored a dance and enjoyed Saturday suppers p rep ared by themselves. Beccy W ilson was president; Irene Buhler, vice-president; Mary Tripp, secretary; and Don Lowrie, treasurer. Adviser was Mr. Gmhrie.

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Newman Club N ewman Club, the Catholic student organization on campus, promoted socio-religious activities for its members. Officers were: Dave Erding, president; J ane Schneider, vice president; Jean Thomforde, secretary; Art Nardiello, treasurer .


Gamma O.elta Thursday nights found members of Gamma D elta meeting in the student lounge. President of the local chapter, Gamma Lambda, was Donna Daun; vice president, Elaine Behnken; secretary, Audrey Luhmann; treasurer, Marlene Meyer. Miss Kratz and Mrs. Whiting were club advisers.

l. S. A. Fun and fellowship keynoted the meetings of the Lutheran Students Association with Dorothy Holt p residing. Darlyne Bearson, vice president; Merle Peterson, secretary; and Curt Legwold, treasurer, were cabinet members.

Ba ck row: C. Hagedo rn, E. Mundt, G. Bartz, D. Riess, M. Matzke, D. Mahlke, J. Pagel. Second row : L. Stoehr, A. Bening, D. Daun, F. Hoffman, M. Kratz, S. Stephens, P. Wilke, M. Kloss, A. Luhmann. First row: J. Reglin, G. Haack, E. Behnken, S. Frahm, L. Tews, S. Gildemeiste r, E. Ties, C. Mahlke.

Back ro w : M. Peterson, G. Bergsrud, D. Sanden, L. Pieper, R. Mrachek, C. Pasvogel, J. Landro, B. Bateman, P. Everson, D. Burreson, G. Eskelson, D. Wanek, D. Daugs. J. Held . Seco nd ro w: B. Anderso n, C. Anhalt, M. Heinen, C. Schwantz, D. Grovdahl, K. Bjoraker, M. Colness, C. Jacobson, J. J o hnson, K. Chamberlain, M. Suttie, J. Meyer, D. Fehrman, H. Schmid t. Third row: S. Vathi n g, J. Lawrence, E. Ne umann, M. Blume, J. Moon, D. Swanson, N. Gynild, D. Amb rosen, M. Peterson, E. To llefson, M. McKay, P. Streitz, P. Diethert, P. Biele nberg. Second row: A. Ell ison, S. Hultgren, J. Freitag, B. Krieger, T. Ahrens, D. Searson, D. Heckmaster, B. Johnson, J. Hove, D. Ho lt, P. Severson. First row: E. Seim, C. Gi lbertson, M. Land ro, M. Baumann, N. Flo m, H. Lawson, D. Blumentritt, M. Siems, L. J ohnson, B. Witt.


Back row: J. Threinen, Miss Steffenson, R. Welty, G. Hanson, H. Turton, G. Quiel. Second row: Dr. Van Alstine, M. Heberling, P. Kel m, B. Gaddis, S. Hubbard, Dr. Ragar. First row: S. Deeren, B. Bryan, E. Fulle r.

Canterbury Club Canterbury, composed of Episcopalian and prospective Episcopalian srudems, met every first and third Thursday to discuss doctrines of the Anglican church. Sue Hubbard was p resident; Pat Kelm, vicepresident; and ~r. Van Alstine adviser.

Bradford Club

Back row : D. Johnson, F. Kelly, P. Roney. Front row: B. Gates, A. Dete rs, D. Connolly, A. Pretzer, L. Collins, B. Renslo.

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Back row: D. Segermark, J. Rodrick, K. Habeck, R. Haskins, D. Kirkland, J. Kern, L. Pieper, J. May, A. Boese, B. Chris· topherson, V. Meehl, Coach Brodhagen. Row two: A. Bianchi, G. Doty, J. Sonsolla, R. Eskra, D. Madson, R. Rubado, B. Ziebell, R. Hovland, R. Schmidt, B. Ziebell, D. Mertes, Coach Arns. Row o ne: J. Miner, B. McBride, N. Frels, J. Seeman, M. Peterson, D. Olson, D. larson, J. Sullivan, T. Toussaint, J . Grebin, Asst. Coach McGill.

Football

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Captains J. Grebin, A. Boese and Coach Brodhagen.

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J . Grebin and H. Burkard admire the Galligan Trophy.

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J. Grebin, D. Smith, J. Po lus, L. Paul, G. Regnier, H. Regnier, J. Kern, R. Fredrickson, C. Currier, B. Christopherson, G. O'Reilly.

Basketball

1954-SS SEASON RECORD (6-14) Winona State 98 Winona State -· 82 Winona State _ 80 Winona State 74 Winona State 93 Winona State - - 76 Winona State 62 Winona State 67 Winona State _ 72 - Winona State - ss - Winona State 72 ____ Winona State _ 69 Winona State 76 Winona State 82 Winona State 73 Winona State _ 83

Winona State Winona State

Winona State Winona State

48 73 89 - 62

Stevens Point Platteville laCrosse State Eau Claire Stout __

- 78 - 87

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85

-- lOS -· -- 58

lincoln University Maca lester St. Mary's

- 82 - 96 - 79 Platteville -----78 Mankato 88 River Falls - 72 St. Cloud -· 71 Bemidji -- ~---·- 72

St. Mary's Bemidji Moorhead _ St. Cloud Moorhead Stout _ Mankato

- 75

82 75

84

-

(OT) 68

93 ______ (OT) 67

Scoring: Winona State _ ..

1,486

Opponents ----- 1,599

Captain G. O' Reilly, Coach l. Arns and B-Team coach H. Burkard.

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Up for twoll

Set-up

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What you s•idl


Worm's eye view

WINONA STATE SCORING G

FG

FT

PF

TP

Avg.

Polus

20

107

111

71

325

16.2

Paul

20

77

81

25

235

11.7

18 _. 20

62

41

60

197

10.9

68

75

64

211

10.5

40

32

49

112

5.9

O' Reilly

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31

34

45

96

5

Fredrickson

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26

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G. Regnier Smith Grebin

H. Regnier Ke rn Christopherso n

Top to bottom: J. Polus, G. O' Re illy, J. Gre bin.

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N. Frets, R. Blankenfeld, D. Strand, L. Iverson, V. Meehl, J. Miner, J. Seeman, L. McMillen, R. Schaeffer.

Junior Varsity

Opening IOSS¡Up 1954-55.

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K. Habeck, E. Christenson, J. Strummer, M. Peterson, Coach Brodhagen, K. Selke, G. Selke, C. Pasvogcl, P. Evenson, B. Burmiester.

Wrestling

Golf

The wrestling ream losr ro Mankato and placed third in a field of twelve ar rh<: Carlton Invitational Tourney after blanking Stevens Poinr 28-0.

The golf ream ended in a second place position ar the Bi-State Meet held ar Westfield. The Warriors totaled 327 strokes as compared to the winning Mankaro score of

310.

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J. Ehlers, C. Currier, G. Elliot. B. Frazer, C. Anderson and Coach Arns.

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Back row: A. Kulig, Mr. McCown, T. Muelemans, l. Stadstad, J . Antoff, J. Sendelbach, D. Strand, J. Swanson, J. Miner, J. Polus, R. Kowles, J. Grebin, V. Grabau. Front row: F. Hoeft, G. Whipple, R. Lueth, B. Christopherson, G. Fehrman, R. Papenfuss, A. Nardiello, G. Selke, J. O'Brien.

S t e e r

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Steal


Baseball WON: 12

Winona State Winona State Winona State Winona State _ Winona State Winona State Winona State Winona State Winona State _ Winona Stat e _ Winona State Winona State Winona State Winona Stale Winona State Winona State Winona State _ Winona State

LOST: 6

THE SCORES 11 Fort leonard Wood 2 Fort leonard Wood 7 Fort leonud Wood Wartburg College 5 9 8 St. Mary's 1 6 La Crosse State 4 Mankato State - 10 3 9 Mankato State 4 12 St. Mary's 1 4 St. Cloud State 3 Stout 5 Stout 5 2 Eau Claire 11 2 8 Eau Claire River Falls 8 .- 1 2 River Falls 7 3 Northwestern Schools . 22 2 La Crosse Stale --- --¡ 2

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The dug¡out

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' Coach Brodhagen, J. Wachs, D. Erding, H. Reed, D. Fair, D. Thompson, K .Habeck, C. Hagedorn.

Track STATE MEET Mankato Moorehead St. Cloud

Winona

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Bemidji

108 29 27 19 16

BI-STATE MEET

127 38

Mankato St. Cloud

Winona

17

River Falls Eau Claire

12 9 CARLTON MEET Winona placed Seventh TRIANGULAR MEET

Winona

56

River Falls

Eau Claire On your mark . . . get set . . .

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Back row: Mr. Arns, D. Madson, H. Burkard, W. Ziebell, Mr. Brodhagen. Second row: A. Boese, C. Connaught y, l. Pieper, B. Haskms, Mr. McGown. First row: J. Grebin, A. Nardiello, J. Sonsalla, G. O'Reilly.

"W" Club

Men's P. E.

Lcrrcr-winners in inter-collegiate sports competition form the membership of the "W" Club. This year the club members sponsored a successful ''All Schools O.mce"· and participated in co-curricular aeti,irics. Advisers were Mr. McCown, Mr. Bradhagen and Mr. Arns.

The Men's P. E. Club, physical cJucation majors and minors, this year organized anJ sponsored intramural athletic events for men stuuents. Jim Sonsolla was club presiJenc. Advisers were Mr. Brodhagen, Mr. Arns and 1vf.r. McCown.

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Back row: Mr Arns, E. Davies, J. Seeman, J. Polus. Fourth row: Mr. Brodhagen, D. Mertes, R. Hovland, W. Ztebell, H. Burkard, R. Ziebell, Mr. McCown. Third row: D. Madson, l. Pieper, R. Lueth, D. Segermark, D. McBride, G. O'Reilly, J. Grebin. Second Row : R. Papenfuss, C. Connaughty, R. Rubado, J. Antoff, D. Erding, R. Haskins, A. Boese. First row: R. Larson, A. Nardiello, J. Sonsalla, G. Bartz, M. Peterson, A. Btanchi.

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Back row: J. Snyder, M. Tripp, N. McGillivray, L. Swearingen, B. Gates, F. Morsching, B. Johnson, N. Blaisdell. Third row: G. Ronnenberg, E. Behnken, L. Schroeder, D. Conley, M. Heinen, Miss Gregoire, C. Schwantx. Second row: J. Thomforde, D. Searson, T. Ahrens, C. Anhalt, B. Plourde, B. Krieger, 0. Tovson. first row : J. Rompa, M. Holmquist, J. Freitag, K. Stevlengson, K. Weseman, C. Schroeder, M. Sapp.

Women's Athletic Association

"Play for play's sake" is the motto of the W.A.A. which offers all women of the college opportunity to participate in their favorite sports. Activities are planned and carried to completion by the W.A.A. Board consisting of the club's three officers and five sports leaders. This year's officers were: president, Darlyne Bearson, vice-president, Jean Thomforde, secretary-treasurer, Helen Ehlers. Advisers were Miss Roney and Miss Gregoire.

W.A.A. Board: C. Anhalt, H. Eh lers, E. Tollefson, N. Blaisdell, B. Plourde, P. Sinnott, D. Searson, J. Thomforde, B. Gregoire.

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Water Wheel by the Swim Club

Touche'

Swim Club members: R. Flynn, B. Peterson, D. Connolly, L Sweanngen, B. Plourde, M. Miller, M. Tripp, B. Rajtar.

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Back row: B. Krieger, P. Sinnot, E. Behnken, B. Gates, F. Morsching, l. Swearingen, B. Plourde, S. Haakenstad, 0. Tovson, Dr Talbot Second row: T. Ahrens, C. Wolfe, J. Mulvihill, E. Tollefson, C. Schroeder, G. Ronnenberg, C. Anhalt. First row: N. Blaisdell M. Holmquist, B. Johnson, K. Stevlingson, J. Rompa, J. Snyder.

K. Weseman, M. Miller and B. Kriege r on the trampoline.

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Freshman Registration

Kangaroo Kourt Page 76


Tired Feet

Coke Break

Dancing At The Smog

Fred Heyer a nd the Rhythm Mast ers

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A. Martinson, Queen M. Fernholz, D. Rice and 5. Senrick pose for the photographer during homecoming activities.

Homecoming

Queen candidates. Clockwise from bottom: 5. Senrick, M. Czapiewski, M. Fernholtz, 5. Stephens, A. Martinson.

Winning Slogan

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N. Minne presides at the Alumni Tea

A helping hand

The Kappa Pi float


j-

1 See you ...

Hen session

Dorm Life

Woman's work is never ...

Oooh, already?

High, Low, Jack and the game


1

Supper, Ma Jackson style

... at 7:30

Maid's night out Calorie Call Checkmate


Valentine Formal

Curt plays it sweet

Intermission

Cheek to Cheek The onlooker

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Chow line

Bridge, anyone?

The Smog ... it's newl

Christmas

Two to Tango

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WORK ...

. . . At School

Teaching

Publications

Bookstore

Dorm Kitchen . .. if you can get itl

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... In The Community

Selling

Hospital

Bank

Newspaper

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Laurel and Hardy

looking for a modern C. Atlas

F.T.A. Carnival Pop I

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Chorus line


Splas"l

Co-Ree

Higher education

Doubles

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F.T.A. C

Entertc

Caroling

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"No 'Cc


c1inment

;, unt Boy"

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Dublin Players

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Week-In; Week-Outl

Mail Call Lounge

Assembly

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Time For A Breather

Signing Out

Tennis

Skating

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The Insurance Policy ... Our Books!

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In Appreciation

MISS HELEN B. PRITCHARD, Registrar Winona !>tate Teachers College, 1916-1 955

WENONAH Editor - - - --------- -- -------------- - ----- __ Marcia Veir Business Manager - - --- - --------------------------- ---- Kenneth Bittner Copv Editor __ ___ __ _ _ ------------- __ ________ ______ John Wooden Lavout ____ ___ _ __ __ ________ --------------- - - - Don Gulbrandson Facultv __ -- - - ------- _ _ _ _ Marv Fishbauoher. Pat Wass Cla sses _ __ _ _ __ _ ___ ___ Mariio Baumann, Joanne Wunderlich Oroanizations __ _ ___ __ __________ _ ___ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ Sondra Stephens Student Life _ ¡- __ __ __ __ ___ ---------------- - - ----------- Carol Mahlke Index _ __ __ -- - ---------------- ___ _ _ ___ ____ Marv Jane Kaehler Art ________ -- - ---- - --------- -------- Charles Henthorne, Don Lowrie

Assistants:

Ad viser

Carol Anhalt Pat Diethert Jacque line Fuller Alice Knowlton Dave Mahlke Kathv Mo rse Gene Renslow Florence Sebo _ __ __ _ __ ____ _

Shirlev Slaqqie Sharon Rvan Clair Sheffer Marv Tripp Pat Wilke Marv Wooden Pat Yenco Bob Ziebell _ _______ _ Dr. Harold Guthrie

Our appreciation to Miss Murray of the Art Department. Paqc 93


INDEX A

Abramson, Milton Acheff, George 15, 49 Adank, Willard 35 Ahrens, Thelma 34, 54, 57, 72, 74 Albrecht, Ray Allen, David 35 Ambrosen, Donna 34, 57 Anderson, Bette 32, 39, 52, 54, 57 Anderson, Betty Jean 32, 52, 56 Anderson, John Anderson, Roger Anderson, Wayne 32, 52 Anhalt, Carol 23, 38, 39, 44, 57, 72, 74 Antoff, Jerome 32, 53, 56, 68, 71, 82 Auseth, Clarence B

Backus, John Bartz, Armin Bartz, Gene 23, 51, 57, 71 Bateman, Robert 35, 57 Bauer, Bruce 42, 43, 51, 55 Baumann, Marijo 33, 44, 50, 57 Searson, Darlyne 32, 38, 39, 40, 45, 52, 54, 57, 72 Beberg, Dick 34 Beck, lauray 13, 32, 39, 50 Behnken, Elaine 23, 40, 42, 43, 46, 54, 57, 72, 74 Belden, Jim 32, 45, 48 Bening, Ardyce 34, 57 Benning, Romelle Benson, Donald Bergsrud, Gilbert 34, 57 Best, Eleanor 34 Bianchi, Art 23, 48, 60, 71 Bielenberg, Phyllis 34, 57 Bittner, Kenneth 32, 40, 44, 5 1, 54 Bjoraker, Kathryn 34, 52, 57 Blaisdell, Nancy 33, 48, 52, 54, 72, 7 4 Blankenfeld, Russell 66 Blume, Myra 57 Blumentritt, Darlene 34, 57 Boese, Arnold 23, 38, 39, 60, 71 Borja, Rosalia 33, 50, 52, 56, 86 Brace, leonard 35 Brand, Roger Briesath, Richard Brose, John 22 Brown, Mary Ellen 55 Brown, Robert Brueske, Franklin 34, 56 Brugger, Earl Brungardt, Karl 40, 41 Brunner, James Bryan, Beverly 33, 39, 58 Bublitz, Robert 33 Buckingham, Layne 23, 53 Buhler, Ernest 39, 52 Buhler, Evelyne 34 Buhler, Irene 32, 52, 56 Bundy, Russell Burkard, Harold 23, 62, 63, 71 Burmeister, Bruce 35, 67 Burreson, Dennis 57 Butterfield, Ron Buxrude, Rodney 46, 5 1

c Carhart, Marcia 16, 33, 51 Carhart, Anne 24, 46, 47 Cauldwell, Margaret 49 Cavanaugh, William Callan, Virginia Cerney, Paul J. Chamberlain, Karen 34, 42, 43, 55, 57 Christensen, Earl 67 Christenson, Carl 51 Christenson, David 24

Christianson, James Christenson, lydia 24 Christopherson, William 24, 60, 63, 68 Cisewski, leonard 24 Clark, Anna 29 Clark, Velna 29 Claussen, Roman 56 Collins, lorraine 34, 40, 52, 54, 58 Colness, Marolyn 35, 57 Conley, Darlene 34, 40, 52, 53, 58, 72, 73 Conn, J une Connaughty, Curtis 24, 71 Cook, Benedict Cook, Gerald Cooper, Philip Corrigan, Helen 34, 40 Coulter, Merle 33 Crimmins, Kathleen 34, 45, 52, 56 Currier, Craig 63, 67 Czapiewski, Maxine 14, 24, 38, 45, 50, 78 D

Dalleska, Fred 35 Darling, Don 35 Daugs, Donald 57 Daun, Donna 24, 39, 57 Davies, Evan 53, 7 1 Dearmin, Nell 33, 45 Decker, Eldon Decker, Janice 29 Deeren, Susan 35, 40, 5 1, 58 DeFrance, LaRoyce 35, 40, 42, 43, 54 DeHaven, Joanne 35, 53 Deters, Audrey 58 Devney, Elizabeth 33, 52 DeWitte, Ellen 35, 52, 56 DeYoung, Robert Diekrager, Wayne 35 Diethert, Patricia 33, 54, 57 Domonoske, Gerald 22 Dorn, Raymond Doty, Gus 60 Drake, David Drenckhahn, Earle 33, 46, 47 Drwall, Patricia 35, 49 Drysdale, Margaret Duellman, Patricia 35, 42, 43, 52 Duncan, Robert 53 E

Easton, John Eberhard, Philip Ebert, Wayne Edmunds, Berty Lou Ehlers, Helen 29, 72 Elliott, Charles 67 Ellison, Anne 33, 53, 57 Ensrud, Rollyn Erding, David 32, 56, 70, 71 Eskelson, Gerald 35, 53, 57 Eskra, Roger 35, 53, 60 Evenson, Raymond Evenson, Paul 35, 57, 67 Everson, Arlis F

Fehrman, Doris 35, 57 Fehrman, Gene 68 Fend, Joan 35, 56 Fenne, Constance Ferguson, Robert Fernholz, Marlene 29, 78 Feuling, Ruth 33, 53 Fiedler, Allen Fiedler, William 35 Fishbaugher, Mary 25 Flom, Nannette 32, 40, 52, 54, 57 Flom, Roberta 35, 42, 43, 46, 52, 56, 73 Fockens, Patricia 35, 56 Frahm, Shirley 57

Frederickson, Richard 63 Freeman, Donna 14, 25, 38, 45, 46, 47 Frels, Nelson 66 Freitag, Jeaneen 35, 52, 57, 72, 74 Fuchs, Clarice 35, 52, 55 Fuller, Elaine 35, 52, 54, 58 Fuller, Jacqueline 33, 52 G

Gaddis, Barbara 32, 39, 45, 52, 54, 58 Gallagher, Dolores Gallagher, Marilyn 35, 52, 56 Gates, Barbara 58, 72, 74 Gesell, William 53 Gilbertson, Carol 35, 40, 54, 57 Gildemeister, Shirley 35, 52, 57 Gilsdorf, Judith 35 Ginther, George Gleason, Gerald 33, 40, 41, 54 Glenna, Jerome Glenzinski, Jerome Glynn, Pat 35 Goetting, Robert 25 Goetzman, Gene Grass, Elizabeth 32, 40, 52, 53, 56 Grebin, Jerome 25, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 68, 71 Gresch, Noel 33, 49, 56, 82 Greden, David 35, 56 Griebenow, Joyce 29 Grimes, Donald Grosso, Anna Mae Grothe, James Grovdahl, Donna 33, 54, 57 Gulbrandson, Donald 45, 46, 47 Gynild, Nancy 32, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 46, 57 H

Haack, Gloria 33, 52, 57 Haakenstad, Shirley 32, 7 4 Habeck, Ken 60, 67, 70 Hagedorn, Charles 32( 57, 70 Haigh, Willard 35, 42, 43, 56 Halverson, Delayne 33, 40, 42, 43, 46, 47, 50 Halverson, Duane Hammann, Judith 33, 46, 5 1, 56 Hammergren, Kathryn 33, 52 Hammergren, Richard 40, 4 1, 54 Hansen, Arlene 33 Hanson, Gordon 32, 48, 58 Hanson, Karole 33, 40, 42, 43, 50, 52, 54, 56 Harbrecht, Jacqueline 25, 39, 55 Haskins, Robert 60, 71 Heberling, Marilou 35, 42, 43, 52, 58 Heckmasler, Donna 33, 52, 54, 57 Heinen, Marilyn 29, 52, 57, 72 Held, James 32, 48, 57 Hendrickson, Hildegard 30 Heniger, Faith 35, 53 Hennessy, Robert Henthorne, Charles 15, 49 Hoeft, Fred 68 Herman, leroy 35 Hoffmann, Faye 25, 42, 43, 53, 54, 57 Holliday, Joan 49 Holmgren, Joann 33, 46, 56 Holmquist, Mildred 33, 72, 74 Holst, Noel Holt, Dorothy 33, 46, 57 Honer, Mary 35, 52, 56 Honigs, Earl Hoon, Nancy 35, 40, 52 Hoppe, Jean Hotson, Wayne 33, 40, 41 Hove, Judith 35, 40, 57 Hovland, Raymond 33, 53, 60, 71 Hubbard, Sue 33, 39, 42, 43, 54, 58 Hudrlik, Regina 33, 40, 46, 50, 56 Hultgren, Sharon 35, 40, 42, 43, 52, 57


INDEX M

Ingram, Robert Iverson, Lynn 35, 66 J Jacobson, Corinne 57 Jasewski, Frank Jensen, Robert 49 Johnson, Allen 41 Johnson, Barbara 54, 57, 72, 74 Johnson, Chester 35 Johnson, Darlene 33, 52, 55, 58 Johnson, Darrell Johnson, Lorraine 35, 50, 52, 57 Johnson, Joan 35, 46, 57 Johnson, Marilyn 35 Johnson, Sally Justin, Gerald K

Kaehler, Mary Jane Kaehler, William Kauphusman, Donald Keil, Bruce 35 Keller, Emmett Kelley, Frank 35, 40, 42, 43, 46, 49, 54, 58 Kelm, Patricia 35, 40, 45, 50, 52, 58 Kern, James 35, 52, 60, 63 Kindt, Ronald Kinnear, David Kirkland, Dean 35, 60 Kittleson, Gerald Klahr, James Klein, Natalie 33, 52 Kloss, Margaret 38, 46, 52, 57 Klossner, Rose 32, 51, 52 Knopp, Charles Knowl1on, Alice 35, 40, 44, 46, 52 Kock, Gerald Kochenderfer, Gary Koehler, James 35 Kortsch, William Kowaleski, Mary 35, 56 Krache, John Krage, Jack 33 Kramer, Lois 30, 46, 56 Kreckow, Jean 35, 52 Krieger, Beverly 35, 54, 57, 72, 7 4 Krogh, Lee 25, 42, 43, 44, 45, 50 Kruse, Ronald l

Lackore, Lucille Landro, John 35, 40, 42, 43, 57 Landro, Mary 35, 57 Larson, Diane 35, 40, 54 Larson, Opal 30, 54 Larson, Richard 53, 60, 71 Latcham, Marilyn 35 Lauchle, David 33, 48 Lauer, Marilyn 35, 49, 56 Lawrence, Janice 30, 42, 43, 52, 54, 57 Lawrence, Mary A. 35, 45 Lawson, He len 33, 54, 57 Lee, Paul Lcgwold, Curtis 25, 39, 48 Leo, Burl 33, 48, 53 Lester, Terrence Lewis, Henry 26 Lewis, Marilyn 36, 46 Lindquist, Nancy 36 Lohse, Ronald Long, Harriet 36, 39, 46, 50, 52, 54 Lowrie, Donald 32, 48 Ludwitzke, Dennis 36, 40, 42, 43, 54 Lueck, David 40, 41 Luehmann, Eugene Lueth, Robert 51, 68, 71 Luhmann, Audrey 33, 57 Lund, Russell

McBride, Donald 36, 60, 71 McDonough, D. 36 McElmury, George 32, 51, 53, 55 McGillivray, Nancy 33, 52, 72 McGovern, Rita 36, 56 McGrath, Jack McKay, Marlene 36, 57 McKeag, Alice 55 McKeeth, Richard McManus, Donald 53 McMillen, Larry 36, 66 McNally, Margaret 32 Maceman, Warren Madson, Derald 39, 51, 52, 60, 71 Mahlke, Carol 33, 44, 46, 50, 57 Mahlke, David 39, 44, 53, 57 Majerus, Marlene 26, 38, 45, 50, 54 Malewicki, Duayne 36, 40, 41, 42, 43 Marburger, Shirlie 33, 52, 54 Marin, Eugene 40, 41, 54 Martin, Carol Martinson, Arlene 26, 38, 39, 45, 50, 78 Masuda, Kiyoshi Matzke, Merle 36, 57 May, John 36, 52, 56, 60 Mayou, Lillian Meehl, Vern 60, 66 Meinzer, Dixie 36, 42, 43, 49, 52 Mertes, Dave 36, 39, 60, 71 Mertes, Frank 22 Meulemans, Thomas 26, 68 Meyer, Janis 36, 42, 43, 52, 57 Meyer, Richard Michel, Janice Miller, Marie 36, 39, 42, 43, 73, 74 Miner, James 60, 68 Mollet, Loren Moon, Jean 36, 57 Morrison, Joh n 53 Morsching, Fe rn 39, 46, 48, 72, 74 Morse, Katherine 36, 51 Mosiman, Dorothy 18, 36 Mrachek, Ronald 36, 57 Mueske, Arvin 36 Mundt, Elvin 53, 57 Mulvihill, JoAnn 36, 74 N

Nagle, Joanne 33, 52, 55 Nardiello, Arthur 33, 39, 53, 56, 68, 71 Nelson, He len 26, 38 Nelson, LaVern 36, 53, 56 Neumann, Elizabeth 33, 42, 43, 53, 54, 57 Norman, Edgar 55 0

O'Brien, Thomas 33, 40, 4 1, 50, 56 O'Connor, Michael Oech, Louise 33, 51 Ogata, Ann 36, 50 Ohnstad, Lea Ollhoff, Delmar 53 Olson, Dwayne 34, 36, 39, 60 O'Reilly, George 26, 48, 56, 63, 65, 71 Ormseth, Roger Osborn, Joan 36 Osborn, lloyd 46 Osborn, lucille 36, 42, 43, 52 Owen, Willa 26 p

Pagel, Janice 33, 57 Palan, John 36, 46 Palmer, David Papenfuss, Roland 33, 68, 71 Pasvogel, Clyde 33, 57, 67 Paul, Lee 63 'Pellowski, Aaron Peters, Leon

Peterson, Barbara 36, 52, 54, 73 Peterson, Curtis 26, 38, 41, 42, 43, 47, 48, 54 Peterson, Marlys 33, 52, 57 Peterson, Maxine 12, 30 Peterson, Merle 27, 39, 53, 57, 60, 67, 71 Peterson, Robert Pieper, LaVerne 36, 57, 60, 7 1 Pietsch, Thomas Plourde, Barbara 33, 39, 52, 54, 56, 72, 73, 74 Polus, James 63, 65, 68, 71 Poole, William Powell, Janet 36, 42, 43, 52 Pretzer, Annette 36, 52, 58 Prinz, William 27 Q

Quam, Jo Ann 36, 52 Queensland, JoAnn 52 Quiel, Gerond 46, 47, 58 Quinn, Ward

R Rajtar, Barbara 36, 50, 56, 73 Reed, Richard Reglin, Joan 36, 53, 57 Regnier, Gilbert 63 Regnier, Harold Rekstad, Joan Renchin, Sylvia 30, 33, 52, 56 Renslo, Barbara 58 Renslow, Gene 27, 44, 50 Richman, John Richter, Daniel Riebe, Grace 33, 40, 46, 52, 54 Riess, Donald 52, 53, 57 Riggs, Margaret 33, 42, 43, 54, 55 Rihs, Dolores 33, 40, 46 Ringen, Joan 36, 40 Ritter, William 36 Riska, Kenneth 32, 49 Roberts, Mary Anne 33, 40, 42, 43, 54, 56 Rodrick, James 60 Rompa, Janet 33, 56, 72, 7 4 Ronnenberg, Gloria 33, 72, 74 Roskam, Flynn Rubado, Ronald 33, 39, 60, 71 Ryan, Edward Ryan, Sharon 33, 46, 52, 56

5 Sackett, Joanne 36 Safe, Lilymarie 30 Sanden, Dean 36, 57 Sapp, Mary 36, 40, 46, 72, 86 Sass, Richard 36 Schaffer, Ronald 66, Schurb, Stanley 36, 5 1 Schleder, Gordon Schimmel, William Schloegel, Frank 36 Schmidt, Helen 40, 57 Schmidt, Russell 16, 27, 38, 51, 60 Schmit, Effie Schmuck, Marilyn 33, 39 Schneider, Samuel 33 Schoonover, Richard Schroeder, Carole 36, 72, 7 4 Schroeder, Donald 22, 48, 53, 56 Schroeder, louise 36, 52, 54, 56, 72 Schul1e, Paul 36 Schulz, David Schurb, Francis 36 Schwanrz, Charlorre 30, 52, 57, 72 Schwark, Ellen Sebo, Florence 33, 53 Seeman, Jerry 34, 36, 39, 60, 66, 71 Segermark, Don 36, 53, 60, 71 Seiler, Anita 33, 56 Seim, Eleanor 33, 42, 43, 52, 54, 57


INDEX Selke, Gordon 67, 68 Selke, Kermit 67 Sendelbach, J ames 68 Senrick, Shirley 31 , 78 Severson, Pat 36, 40, 50, 52, 57 Sheffer, Clair 53 Sheff er, Diane 36, 52 Shira, Richard 33 Sholes, Mabel 13, 33, 53 Siems, Marian 36, 52, 57 Sikorski, James Sinnott, Patricia 72, 74 Skarstad, lone 33 Skroch, Marcus 32, 40, 41, 53, 54 Slaggie, Shirley 17, 33, 56 Smith, David 63 Smith, Juliana 36 Snidarsic, Joseph Snyder, Jane 33, 56, 72, 7 4 Sonsalla, Ji m 32, 60, 71 Sontag, Jon 27, 38, 48, 49 Sorensen, Caro l 36 Stadstad, Leroy 53, 68 Staricka, Edward Steffes, Gene 32, 40, 41 , 5 1, 54 Stehn, David Steigerwald, Mary 33, 46, 56 Steinke, Charles 33, 53 Stenberg, Leone Stephens, Sondra 27, 39, 44, 49, 5 7, 78 Steuart, Ronald 36, 42, 43, 46, 54 Stever, Frank Stevlingson, Karen 33, 72, 74 Stiehl, Charlotte 31 Stoehr, Lo is 3 1, 52, 57 Stone, Ronald Strait, John Strand, Gavin 36 Strand, Richcard 66, 68 Streed, Carol 36, 50 Streitz, Patricia 36, 52, 5 4, 55, 57 Strommer, Fred

Strommer, J ack 67 Stroud, Virginia 36, 54 Sullivan, James 60 Sullie, Muriel 36, 46, 50, 52, 53, 57 Swanson, Dorothy 36, 5 2, 57 Swearingen, LaRue 36, 54, 72, 73, 74 Sweeney, Gerald Szarmach, Eugene T Ted row, J erome 32 Tews, LaVonne 33, 42, 43, 53, 57 Thiede, Harlan Th iele, Herbert 36, 53 Thomas, Jim 36 Thomforde, Jean 32, 39, 42, 43, 45, 52, 54, 72 Thomforde, Larry 36 Thompson, Duane 39, 70 Thompson, Jacqueline 36, 56 Threinen, J ames 32, 39, 48, 50, 58 Ties, Eilee n 36, 57 Todd, Keith 36 Tollefson, Elaine 36, 40, 42, 43, 45, 46, 55, 57, 72, 7 4 Toussaint, To m 53, 60 Tovson, Olive 52, 54, 72, 74 Tripp, Mary 33, 52, 72, 73 Tubbs, Orrin 32, 49 Turner, Richard 36 Turne r, Ro nald Turto n, Hugh 14, 32, 46, 47, 58 Tust, Rollie

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Van Allen, Nancy 36 Varner, Jerome Vathing, Shirley 36, 52, 54, 57 Veir, Marcia 27, 44, 46, 47, 50 Vo n Sien, Robert 36, 53 Von Sien, William 36

w Waas, Pat 27, 38, 47, 55 Wachs, Eugene 70 Wacho lz, Rolf 16 Walch, John Waldron, Duane Wa lker, Bruce 32, 48, 53 Wanek, Donald 57 Warweg, Fre d Washburn, Mary Weigel, Thomas Welty, Ronald 32, 5 1, 58 Weseman, Kay 36, 72, 7 4 Whipple, George 68 Wieczorek, Sil l 33, 53, 56 Wilke, Patricia 32, 45, 46, 47, 50, 52, 57 Williams, Gary 53 Wilson, Betty 31, 33, 46, 52 Winkels, Agnes 31 Wisland, J oanne 31 , 52 Witt, Berdonna 36, 53, 57 Witt, LaVonne 36, 40 Wohler!, Daryl 18, 36 Wolfe, Cleo 74 Wondrow, Nancy 31 Wood, Dick 28, 53 Woods, Jack 40, 41, 54 Wooden, John 28, 38 Wooden, Mary 28, 52 Wright, David 36 Wright, Mary 36, 56 Wunderlich, Joanne 33, 39, 53 y

Yamamoto, George 39 Yatooma, Karl Yenco, Patricia 13, 33, 39, 44, 45, 47, 50

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Zyblicki, John 53 Zeber!JS, Valtrauta Ziebell, Robert 32, 39, 48, 60, 71 Ziebell, William 60, 71

AFTER EVERY GAME

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Edwin A. Brown COMPLIMENTS OF PR ESCR IPT ION DRUGGIST

SEIFERT BALDWIN The REXALL Store

Motor Company l 17 West 3rd. Street

Phone 4932

RACKOW'S BARBER SHOP

Compli men ts of

T . C. St udents' Headqua rters

Clark & Clark, Jnc.

fo r Haircutti ng

INSURANCE 1 57 Main -

Nea r the Post Office

LEICHT PRESS PRINTERS I

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PUBLISHERS

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dl869 179 E. Second Street

WINONA,

MINNESOTA Page 97


Compliments of

SHOE ST·ORE 57 WEST THIRD Winona, Minnesota

Winona Electric Construction Co.

71-73 W. Third St.

Rademachers PAINT

GLASS

"EVERYTHING ELECTRI CAL" 59 West Second Street

119 West 3rd St.

Telephone 5802

COMPLIM ENTS OF THE

Williams Book & Stationery Store

Light Lunches-Ma lts-Sundaes Local Bus Transportati on and Charte r Service

1

Howie s Varsity Inn Business based on fri endliness

Winona Transit Co.

Booth Servi ce Popcorn- Sodas-Lunches

YOUR C ITY BUS Ll NE

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Fourth & Johnson


The Royal Carpet Is Always Out For You At " The Old Store On The Corner"!

COMPLIMENTS OF

You're always welcome at Choate's . . . where you'll find complete se lections of famousname wo men' s fashions, hats, accessories, children 's clothing, home furni shings and appl iances, as well as greeting cards, gifts and records. Visit us soon-and often!

Gamble-Robinson Co. WINONA,

MINNESOTA

H. Choate & Company The Oldest Department Store West o f the Mississippi Estab lished 1861

Winona, Minnesota

Compliments of

Dairy Bar

Winona Cab Co.

For a Quick Snack, Try Our HOME MADE PIE, CAKE, ICE CREAM or SANDW ICHES and FRENCH FRIES

Phone 5004 .3 354

114 East Third St.

Phone 2646

R. D. CONE CO. ACE STORE HARDWARE

Friendly Service Since 1855

Winona, Minnesota

Phone 2304

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Jones & Kroeger Company COMPLIMENTS OF

Printers and Stationers Winona, Minnesota

Peter Bub Brewery Pletke 's FINE FOODS

113 Ea st Third Street

2358

Mrs. Steven's Candy

W INONA, MINN.

We carry a complete line of BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOOD I

Vulcan Manufacturing Co. Robb Brothers Store HYDRAULIC -

HARDWARE-

578 East 4th St.

e

AUTOMOTIVE JACKS

Phone 4007

Winona,

IN 1640 STORES -

IN 48 STATES

The

J.

C. Penny Company

Is Teaching the Buying Public the True Meaning of

STYLE- VALUE- THRIFT Supplement You r Education By Buying At Penney's

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MEC HANI CAL

Minnesota


W. M. C. INC. General Contractors W m. M. Christensen

W m. S. L. Christensen

"We are extremely proud of our part in the renovation of Somsen Hall a t Winona Stat e Teachers College."

Stop at the

Kline Electric

HURRY BACK Fo r

ELECTR ICAL SUPPLIES

BILLI ARDS- TOBACCO- PIPES BOX CANDY AND LUNCHES at our soda fountain

AND CONSTRUCTION

122 W. 2nd St.

Phone 5512

HUB ZECHES, Prop.

ENRICHED

INGOL FLOUR

BAY STATE MILLING CO. WINONA, MINN . Page I 0 1


Eat at the I

Steak Shop

The Store For Men, Women and Boys

Women's Shop Upper Level

Fourth at Center Winona,

Minnesota

Complete Photography Service DURFEY ST UDIOS 5th at Johnson Phone 5952

Chas. J. Olsen & Sons Plumbing & Heating

Telephone 7010

109-111 Center St.

Winona, Minn.

I Compliments of

STATE THEATRE Page 102


s CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS INC.

Aksel Andersen

Williams Hotel Annex

Furni t ure and In t erior Decorating

& Coffee Shop

Drapery M at er ia l 103-105-107 Center Street Winona

Min nesota

FI N E FOOD and BEV ERAGES

Corner Third and Main

Phone 3359

GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES From Resident Director S. J. Kryzsko And All Memebers of The Staff

"We've Enjoyed Having You Drop In - The Latch String Is Always Out, So Come In Often"

SERVING WINONA SINCE 1874

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Ford Sales & Service

Owl Motor Company Fourth and Main

Mosiman Texaco Service Station 600 West 5th Street

Phone 9835

Shorty's Bar-Cafe We specializ e in

I would like to thank all the business firms of Winona

your favorite Beverages and Sandwiches

who have helped to make this book possible.

Complete Dinners Steaks -

Chow Mein

Kenneth Bittner, Chicken

Business Manager

Orders to Take Out

528 CENTER

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PHONE 2622


HOTEL WINONA

Welcomes You

fo r Banquets-Try our .

Flamingo Room or

Sky Room

fo r informal entertai nme nt see our . .

Coffee Shop

W hen You Want

Automatic W asherette

REAL ENTERTA INMENT

COMPLETE WAS H AND DRY

Go To

IN 90 MINUTES

Hardt's Music Store

"Do It Yourself or Let Us Do It"

Records, Sheet Music,

Special 24- Hour Shirt Service 11 8 We st 4th St.

Radio Phonographs and Electrical

Phone 7500

Merchandise

Compliment s of

Winona Milk Company "Winona's Home Owned Dairy" Distributors of Qual ity Dairy Products Manufacturers of "full flavored" Winona ice cream 759 East Broadway

Phone 5016

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Warmington ·s Jewelry "a good place to trade"

Your Dependable Jewelers Corne r Th ird and Main Streets

Phone 2876

Compliments of COMPLIMENTS OF THE

Aren z "W INONA'S LARGEST SHOE STORE"

Winona Clinic

75 West Third Street

COMPLIMENTS OF

Cichanowski Jewelry Store Winona Heating & Ventilating Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry

Company 58 E. 3 rd.

Phone 5788

WINONA,

Steel W e lded Rings

MINNESOTA

Special Wire Shapes

Peerless Chain Company Chai n Manufactu rers Complete Line of Tire Chains Fo r Passenge r Cars, Trucks and Tractors Complete Line of Industri al and Hardwa re Cha in Office and Fact o ry

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Winona, Minnesota


Compl iments of If You Have Insurance Questions-

HENRY BURTON Stop In!

(Fred Heyer)

(Bob Schuh)

And His Orchestra

WINONA INSURANCE AGENCY Me Vey' s Ice Cream Shop We hope we have done our part toward making your year

174 CENTER

PHONE 3366

a pleasant one 451 Huff Street

Dial 9808

GOOD LUCK, WARRIORS

,

Springdale Dairy Co. MILK & CREAM

Graham and McGuire

of Superior Flavor

COMPLETE SPORTING GOODS W inona

*

The Star Shoe Repair Shop Cleaning, Dying and EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING

WI NONA FLORAL COMPANY FLOWER & PET SHOP 129 East Third St.

1 14 Center St.

Winona, M innesota

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"THE YOUNG MAN

Curt Peterson & HIS ORCHESTRA

WITH THE BAND"

CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS ART P ictures

Wood Ca rvings

Fi gures

Statues

Praye r Books

Rosa ri es

Missals

Books

H umme l Bi bles

Greeting Cards

Karl F. Conrad 108 W. 3 rd . ST.

W INONA, M IN N.

STORE FOR MEN

Ladies' Footwear Exclusively

Winona Fruit Market O UR FRESH FRUIT and VEG ETA BLES A RE BETTER

119 E. 3rd St.

FREE DELIVERY

Th e known name, t h e kn own ttualitv . . . . . . . . s ince 1862

Slipper Shop Phone 7198

103 E. Third

T he T ops in Dry Cl eaning

Haddad·s 3 Hour Cleaning (on Request ) ALLYN S . MOHGAN J E '-YEl,.E Jl

In By 10 A. M . "at the Sign o f th e St r eet C l uck"

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Out By 5 P. M .


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THE CHURCHES

FIRST IN WINONA

OF THE WINONA COUNTY MINI STERIAL ASSN.

Congratulations To Wino na State T eache rs College Stude nts

INVITE

On The ir Yearbook, THE WENONAH THE STUDENTS OF WINONA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE

First National Bank

TO JOIN THEM

Member F.D.I.C.

IN WORSHIP

Dorn's

Complime nts of

Groce ri es

Bill's Barber Shop

I.

G. A. Store Vegetables

M eats

"We Go t It, We Can Get It- Or It's Not Mo de "

" WE DELIVER" 368 Johnson St.

Phone 71 0 4

BUY- DIRECT- SAVE

Hanson's Direct Gas

500 HUFF STREET

WINONA, MINN .

Co mpliments of

Gamble's

ED BUNKE Ha rdware & Appliances On Hi -Ways 61, 14 a nd 43 PHONE 9859

WINONA, MINN .

115 East Third

Phone 4982

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Compliments of

Compliments of

The Paint Depot Hal-Leonard, Inc.

Art Supplies -

Picture Framing

Spread-Satin

Everything in Music WI NONA

64 E. 2nd Street

WABASHA MINNESOTA

Best Wishes to ... W INO NA STATE T EACHERS COLLEGE Compliments of

The Merchants • National Bank of WINONA "W INONA'S LARGEST BANK"

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Compliments Of

Johnny Roberts and HIS ORCHESTRA

Fountain Brewing Co. Fountain City, Wisconsin INS IST O N

GOLDEN BRAND FOOD PRODUCTS

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COMPLIMENTS of

Siebrecht Floral Co.

Badger Machine Co. 1124 W. Fifth Street Ph one 2308

Winona, Minn.

e Badger Trenchers e Hopto Diggers

WINONA'S OLDEST REALTOR

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Stirneman-Selover Co.

Specializing in Wedding Portraits

162 Main St. WINONA,

Since 1885

Phone 6066

Studio

Commercia l & Portra it Photography

MINNESOTA 209 Johnson

7564

Congratulations Graduates We Hope You Wi ll Find The Wea lth of Happiness Which Comes From Serving Others In Teaching, Your Noble Profession

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