Wenonah Yearbook - 1958

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The 1958 WENONAH

As we travel along the highway of life, we meet at the crossroads - the crossroads of education. Here at Winona State these crossroads bring us added knowledge and experiences. By broadening our insight and knowledge, the faculty gu ides us toward new goals. Class membership unfolds a spirt of co-operation and determination to plunge onwa rd. Out of the campus organizations, opportunities emerge to develop leadership, to accept responsibility, and to gain religious satisfaction. Sports activities build character and sportsmanship. Through social activities, we widen our interests and gain new friends; thus we become better rounded individuals. Together these guideposts prepare us to meet the future.

published by the students of

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Administration M. R. Raymond, Vice President and Dean

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S. J. Kryzsko, Resident Director


Aarestad, Amanda Elementary Education Adviser : Student NEA

Adams, F. R. Education

Arnold, L. A. Science

Bard, Agnes Music

Bartsch, Mildred Extension Director, Minnesota History, Elementary Arithmetic

Behling, Ralph English Adviser: Canterbury Club

Boddy, Margaret English Adviser: English Club, YWCA

Bode, Marian Art

Bowman, D. Harold Visual Aids

Bremer, Adolph Journalism

Capron, Hugh Industrial Arts Adviser: Industrial Arts Club Bradford Club

Christensen, George Education

Davis, E. M. Social Studies

Davis, Marian Spanish, French

Day, Susan Physical Education Adviser: Women's Physical Education Club

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Emanuel, Joseph Science Adviser: Science Club

Finch, Gertrude Business Education Acting Dean of Women

Fishbaugher, G. E. Director of Teacher Placement Campus School

Foss, Frederick W. , Jr. Science

Fuglsby, G. L. Industrial Arts Adviser: Industrial Arts Club

Fuller, John J. Education

Grimm, Walter Music Adviser: College Chorus, Mende lssohn Club, Mason Music Club, String Ensemble

Gulick, Luther Geography Adviser: Student Commission

Guthrie, Harold English Adviser: Sophomore Class

Heyer, Fred Music Adviser: Band, Swing Band

Hopf, Mrs. Ruth Business Education

Hopkins, Richard Business Education

Jackson, Harry R. Industrial Arts Adviser: Industrial Arts Club

Jederman, F. A. History

Jesson, Edward B. English Adviser: Wenonah, Winonan,

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Jones, Robert Physical Education

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Lokensgard, R. L. Mathematics Adviser: Student Commission

McCown, L. A. Director of Athletics Adviser: "W" Club

Magnus, Doro thy B. Speech, Dramz.ics Adviser: Winona State Speech Association, Wenonah Players, Radio Guild

Mariner, M. L. Dean of Men Adviser: Freshman Class

Marley, Warren Business Education

Mille n, Earl T. Political Science

Miller, Margaret Health Education Nurse

Molinari, Madeo Physical Education

Moravec, Marjorie Physical Education Adviser: Cheerleaders, Women's Recreation Association

Nelson, Augusta English

Opsahl, James Science

Owen, Russell M. Physical Education Coach

Ragar, E. L. Psychology Adviser: Canterbury Club

Reidelberger, Jacque Speech, Dramatics Adviser: Junior Class

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Simons, Lois Registrar

Sudia, Theodore Science

Swecker, Zoe History

Talbot, Jean Coordinator Upper Division

Taylor, Stanley Socia l Studies

Underkoffler, Milton Science

Valentine, Mrs. Norma Nurse

Van Alstine, F. L. Graduate Coordinator

Voorhees, James Physical Education Adviser: Dolphin Club, Terrapin Club

Wedul, M. 0. Education Adviser: Student NEA

Whitesel, Theodore Socia I Studies

Wilson, James Art

Phelps School Bock, Mrs. Phyllis First Grade Supervisor

Bodden, William Junior High School Principal

Dunlay, Kathryn Second Grade Supervisor


Foster, Opal Third Grade Supervisor

Fuller, Mrs. John J. Fourth Grade Supervisor

Garlid, Georgia Music Adviser: l utheran Students Association

Hayes, Richard Art

Larson, Richard Sixth Grade Supervisor

McGrath, Mrs. Helen Junior High School Mathematics

Munson, Howard Science Adviser: lutheran Students Association

Reiter, Cleo Kindergarten Supervisor

Sherman, Ruth Fifth Grade Supervisor

Talle, Magda Junior High School English

Office Staff Behnke, Mrs. Sharon Secretary

Dalleska, Judith Secretary

de Groot, Angelyn Office Manager

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Donath, Elizabeth Secretary Acting Counselor: Gamma Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi

Duel, Mrs. John Bookstore

McMartin, Mrs. Mildred Office Assistant

Morley, Donna Bookstore

Muhle, Hilda Secretary

Murck, Harold Business Manager

Sabin, Mrs. James Secretary

Safranek, Bernice Accountant

Safranek, Mrs. Jean Office Assistant

Library Staff Jacobsen, Edward Head Librari an

Nelson, Mrs. Marilyn Office Assistant

Payne, Ruth Mary Assistant Librarian

Thurston, Alice library Cataloger


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Seniors Norris Abts, B.S. Fountain City, Wisconsin Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Basic Business

Allan Austin, B.S. Canton, Minnesota Majors: Social Studies, Histo ry Minor: Business Education L.S.A. 2; YGOP 4; Intra mural Sports 2, 3, 4.

Thelma Ahrens, B.S. Cresco, Iowa Majors: Physical Education, Bio logy L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.P.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2 ,3, 4; YGOP 2, 3; Student NEA 3, 4; Dorm Council 3.

Richard Beberg, B.S. Bayport, Minnesota Ma jor: Physical Education Minor: Social Studies L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Sports 3, 4; Student NEA 2, 3, 4.

Donna Ambrosen, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Ma jor: Kindergarten- Primary Minor: Spanish L.S.A. 1, 2, 3 , 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Studen t NEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Terrapins 1, 2, 3, 4.

Carol Benedett, B.S. St. Charles, Minnesota Major: Elementary Minor: Music Representative Council 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Chapter 66 2; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 1; Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3; Student NEA 3; Westminster Club 2, 3.

Marjorie Arnold, A.E. Clarks Grove, Minnesota Major: Elementary L.S.A. 1, 2, 3; Student NEA 2, 3.

Ardyce Bening, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 2, 3, 4.

Sebastian Adler, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: History- Socia l Studies, Art

Geo Berg, B.S. Rushford, Minnesota Major: Industria l Arts Minor: Geography I.A.C. 3, 4; Track 1; In tram ural Sports 2; Student NEA 3, 4.

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Robert Berg, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Science Minor: Social Studies

Leonard C. Brace, B.S. Mabel, Minnesota Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Mathematics Industria l Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Baseba ll 1; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.

Gilbert A. Bergsrud, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Speech Minor: Physical Science Student Commission 4, Cheer leader 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Vars ity Christian Fellowship 1, 2; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Winonan 3, 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Track 1, 2; YDFL 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 2, 3, 4 ¡ Doris Bremer, A.E. Goodhue, Minnesota Major: Elementary L.S.A. 1, 2, 3; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Queen At!endant 3; Student NEA 1, 2, 3; Dorm Counci l 3.

Kathryn Bjoraker, B.S. Dodge Center, Minnesota Major: Business Education Minor: Spanish Business Club 2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1; Studen t NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

Duane Brenegan, B.S. Ga lesville, Wisconsi n Major: Physical Education Minor: Biolog y Newman Club 3, 4; Track 3 , 4.

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Darle ne Blumentritt, B.S. l a Crescent, Minnesota Major: Elementary Gamma Delta 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3.

Rita Marie Brenna, A.E. Mabe l, Minneso ta Major: Elementary L.S.A. 1, 2, 3; Winonan 2, 3; W.R.A. 1; Student NEA 3.

Bertha Boyum, B.S. Peterson, Minnesota Major: Elementary

Franklin Brueske, B.A. Plainview, Mi nnesota Ma jor: Business Administration Minor: Art Business Club 3, 4; I.A.C. 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah 4; Winonan 4.

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Robert Bublitz, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Business Administration Minor: History

Karen Chamberlain, B.S. Rochester, Minnesota Majors: Elementary, Music Baptist Student Foundation 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapter 66 2, 3, 4; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4; YGOP 2, 3; Studen t NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

Ernest 0 . Buhler, B.S. Pine Island, Minnesota Major: Science Minor: Social Studies Representative Council 3; Student Commission 4; President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Orientation Team 4; YGOP 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4; State President 4; Dorm Council 1, 2, 3, 4.

Arnold Checkalski, B.S. Weyerhauser, Wisconsin Major: Music Minor: Physica l Science

Evelyne Buhler, B.S. Pine Island, Minnesota Major: Eng lish Minor: Speech Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Wenonah 3, 4; Win¡ on an 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 2, 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Who's Who 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 4.

Dale G. Chrysler, B.S. Hartley, Iowa Majors: History, Social Studies Minor: Geography Band 2; Chorus 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Student NEA 4.

Roger D. Burke, B.A. Rushford, Minnesota Major: Business Administration Minor: Geography Business Club 2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2; Basketball 1.

William A. Cierzan, B.A. Winona, Minnesota Major: Business Administrati on Minor: History Business Club 2; Intramural Sport s 2.

John Carter, B.S. Benton, Wisconsin

Major: Industrial Arts, History I.A.C. 4; Newman Club 3, 4; W Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4.

Roman Claussen, B.S. Plai nview, Minnesota

Major: Speech Minors: English, Social Studies Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Student Commission 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Orientation Team 4; English Club 3, 4; Student NEA 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 2, 3, 4.

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Marolyn Colness, B.S. Edina, Minnesota Major: Kindergarten ¡ Primary, Elementary Bradford Club l , 2, 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship l , 2; Kappa Pi l; W.R.A. l, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. l , 2; Student NEA l , 2, 3, 4.

Ardena Diderrich, A.E. St. Charles, Minnesota Major: Elementary Newman Club l , 2, 3; Student NEA 2, 3; Dorm Council 3.

Katie Crimmins, B.S. Stillwater, Minnesota Major: Elementary Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Newman Club l , 2, 3, 4; Winonan l , 2; W.R.A. l , 2: Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

Raymond Dorn, B.A. Winona 1 Minnesota

Major: Business Administration Minor: Social Studies

Don Darling, B.S. Winona/ Minnesota

Ma jor: Science Minor: Hi story Science Club 2, 3, 4; Orientation Team 4; YGOP 3; Intramura l Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.

Philip Dean Eberhard, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Business Administration Minor: Geography Business Club l , 2 , 3, 4; l.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports l , 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 2, 3, 4.

Norman J. Decker, B.A. St. Charles, Minnesota Major: Business Administration Minors: French, Geography Band 1; Business Club 2, 3, 4; Winonan 1; Intramural Sports 1.

Wayne E. Ebert, B.S. Winona, M innesota

Maier: Physical Education Minor: Mat hematics Gamma Delta 2; Science Club 3; W Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Student NEA 2 , 3, 4; Track 4.

Ellen DeWitte, B.S. Pipestone, Minnesota Major: Elementary Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

Janice Eide, A.E. Mabel, Minnesota Major: Elementary Representative Cou nci l 1; Wesley Club 1, 2; Student N EA 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3.

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James Elliott, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary

Barbara Fisk, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Minors: English, Romance Languages, Social Studies N ewman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Winonan 1, 2, 3 , 4; Wenonah Players 2, 3, 4; YGOP 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 2, 3, 4.

David C. Erding, B.S. Pla in view, Minnesot a Ma jor: Indus trial Arts Mino r: Physica l Educa tion I.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W Club 3, 4; Track 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.

Martin P. Flaherty, B.S. St. Pa ul, Minnesota Majors: History, Social Studies Minor: Geography Kappa De lta Pi 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 4; Football 2; Baseball 1, 4; YDFL 3, 4; Intram ural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 3, 4.

Gerald D. Eskelson, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Business Education Minor: Geography Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3; In tram ural Sports 1, 2.

Charlene Bittle Frost, B.S. Ma jor: Art Minor: English Rep resentative Council 2; Chorus 2; Bradford Club 3; Ka ppa Pi 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 3; English Club 2, 3, 4: Ko inia 3.

Joan Fend, B.S. Wi nona, Minnesota Ma jo r: Elementary Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 2, 3; Student N EA 4.

Elaine Fuller, B.S. W inona, Minnesota Majors: Spanish, Ele me ntary Minor: French Canterbury Club 1, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 4; Student NEA 1, 3, 4.

William Fiedler, B.S. Trempealeau, W isconsin Major: Science Minor: Mathematics Band 1, 2, 3.

Barbara Gates, B.S.

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Winona, Minnesota Major: Physica l Education Minor: Biology Bradford Club 1, 2; Science Cl ub 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.P.E. 1, 2 , 3 , 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; Who's Who 4; Homecoming Queen Attendant 4; Studen t NEA 4.


George Ginther, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Elementary

Elmer Hannon, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Social Studies I.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

Connie Gislason, A.E. Minneota, Minnesota

Major: Elemen ta ry Campus Cover G irl 2; Cheerleader 2, 3; L.S.A. 2, 3; W.R.A. 2, 3; W.P.E. l; Homecoming Queen 3; Student NEA 2, 3.

Catherine Haugstad, A.E. Spring Grove, Minnesota Major: Elementary Minor: Music

Chorus 2; Mendelssohn Club 2; l.S.A. l , 2, 3; Mason Music Club 2; Student NEA 2, 3; W.R.A. l.

David Greden, B.A. Rollingstone, Mi()nesota Major: Business Administration Minor: Socia l Studies

Patricia Head, A.E. Eyota, Minnesota Major: Elemen tary

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Donald Grimes, B.S. West Union, Iowa Major: Business Educa tion Minor: Socia l Studies

Willard Haigh, B.S. A lma, Wisco ns in Ma jo r: Hi sto ry- Social Studie s Minor: Basic Busin ess

Elaine Halvorson, A.E. Cush ing, Wisconsin Major: Elementary Baptist Student Foundation 1, 2, 3; Wen¡ onah Players 2, 3; Student NEA 3.

Charles Hoeppner, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Business Administration Minor: Mathematics

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Richard Hubbard, B.S. Austin, Minne5ota

Major: Physical Education Minor: Social Studies Student Commission 4; W Club 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Baseball 2, 3; Basket· ball 2.

Barbara A . Kauphusman, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Elementary Newman Club 2, 3, 4; YGOP 3; Student NEA 2, 3, 4.

Sachiko ltomura, B.S. Hilwi, Koha la, Hawaii Major: Kindergarten· Primary

Frank Kelley , B.S. St. Paul, Minnesota Major: Art Minor: Music Apollo Club 1, 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bradford Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

Sueko ltomura, B.S. Hawi , Kohala, Hawaii Major: Ki ndergar ten· Primary

Patricia Kelm, B.S. Pine lslar>d, Minnesota Ma jor: English Minor: Speech Class Officer 2; Band 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Wen· onah 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Winonan 1, 2; Who's Who 4; Home· coming Queen Attendant 4; Eng lish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, 4; Student Dean 4.

Phyllis E. Johnson, A.E . Austin, Minnesota

Major: Elementary Y.W.C.A. 1; Student NEA 3.

James Kern, B.S. Byron, Minnesota Majors: English, Physical Education Gamma Delta 4; Winonan 2; Wenonah 4; Footbal l 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2 , 3 .

William Kaehler, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: History· Social Studies Minor: Geography

Alice Knowlton, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Kindergarten· Primary Band 1, 2, 3; Wenonah 1, 2, 3; Wenonah Players l , 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 1; Stu· dent NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Bruce W . Knowlton, B.S. Prosper, Minnesota Major: Social Studies Minor: English Radio Guild 4; YGOP 3; English Club 3, 4.

John M. Landro, B.A. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Business Administration Minor: Social Studies Band 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Business Club 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; YDFL 2, 3.

Mary Kowaleski, A.A. Wi nona, Minnesota

Ma jor: Art Business Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2; W.R.A. 2; YDFL 2.

Mary Louise Landro, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary L.S.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; W.R.A. 2, 3; YDFL 2 , 3; Student NEA 2, 3, 4.

¡, Claude Kremer, B.A. Houston, Minnesota Major: Business Administration Mi nor: Social Studies Business Club 3, 4; YDFL 3, 4; Winonan 3, 4; Editor 4.

Diane Larson, B.S. Rushfo rd, Minnesota Major: English Minors: l ibrary Service, Music Band 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 3, 4; Student NEA 3, 4.

Beverly Krieger, B.S. St. Paul, Minnesota Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology Class Officer 3; Representative Council 2; Student Commission 4; Band Majorelle 2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science C lub 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.P.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A . 1, 2. 3, 4; Orienta tion Team 4; Student N EA 3, 4.

Marilyn Ruth Latcham, B.S. Spring Val ley, Minnesota Major: Elementary Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

Harriet E. Kuroyama, B.S. Hilo, Hawaii Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Chorus 3; Science Club 3, 4.

Donna Lieberman, B.A. Winona, Minneso ta Major: Business Education Minor: Library Service Business Club 4; W.R.A. 1, 4: Wenonah Players 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 1.

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Marion Lovaas, B.S. Mora, Minnesota M a jor: Elementary Minor: Ar t Bap tist Student Foundation 4; Inter-Varsity Christian 4; Winonan 4; Wenonah W. C. A . 4; Student NEA

3, 4; Band 3, Fellowship 3, Players 4; Y. 3, 4.

Leland A. McMillen, B.S. Mabe l, Minnesota Major; Elementa ry

Dennis ludwitzke, B.S. lake City, Minnesota Major: Elementary M inor: Music Apo llo Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4· Chor us 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapte r 66 3, 4; Winonan 3; Wenonah Players 2, 3, 4; Mason Music C lub 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NE A 2, 3, 4.

Duayne Mal ewicki, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Majors; Music, Engl is h Class Officer 4; Student Commission 4; Apollo Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapter 66 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3 , 4; Orientation Team 2; English Club 3, 4.

Ann lyndahl, A.E. Ha rmony, M innesot a Ma jor: Elementary Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 3; l. S. A. I, 2, 3; W ino nan 3; Wenonah Play· ers 3; W.R.A. 1; Y.W.C.A. 3; Student NEA 1, 2, 3.

Sharon Lee Madison, A.E. Austin, Minnesota Ma jor; Elementary Minor: Library Service C anter bury Club 1, 2, 3; Winonan 3; W . R. A. 1; Student NEA 1, 2, 3 .

Sally McBride, A.E. Stewartville, Mi n nesota Major; Elementa ry Representative Council 2; Ba nd 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Chaper 66 1, 2, 3; Mendelssohn C lub 1, 2, 3; l.S. A. 2; Rad io Guild 1, 2; Mason Music C lub 1, 2, 3; Student NEA 1, 2, 3.

John Frederick May, B.S. Ros e Creek, Minnesota Ma jor: Bus iness Ed uca tion Mi n or: Physical Ed uca t io n C lass Officer 2 , 3; Represen tat ive Council 2, 3; Busi ness C lub 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; W Club 2, 3 , 4; Win· on an 4; Who's Who 4; Footba ll 1 , 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; O ri e ntation Team 3; Intra mu ral Sp o rts 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3.

Michael McGiinch, B.S. Stillwater, Minnesota Major: Eng lish Minor; Social Studies N ewman Club 2, 3, 4; YDFL 4; Student NEA 3, 4.

Arthur R. Maze, B.S.

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W inona, Minnesota Major: Biology Minor; Physical Educa tion Newman Club 1, 2 , 3 , 4; Ra dio Guild 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2 , 3, 4; W Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M.P.E. 1, 2; Footba ll 1, 2; Track 1, 2; YDFL 1, 2 , 3, 4; Intra m ura l Sports 1, 2 , 3, 4; English Club 2; T. C. Twirl e rs 1, 2; Inte rnational Re lations Club 1, 2, 3.


David Mertes, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Business Education Minor: Social Studies Representative Council 1, 2; W Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4.

Carolyn M. Myhre, A .E. Spring Grove, Minnesota Major: Elementary Band 1; l.S.A. 1, 2, 3; Student NEA 3.

Loren Mollet, B.S. Pl ainview, Minnesota Ma jor: Industrial Arts Minor : Basic Business

Clayton T. Nelson, B.S. Valders, Wisconsin Ma jor: Physical Education Minor: Business Education Business Club 4; l.S.A. 4; Student NEA 4.

Katherine Morse, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Biology Minor: English Representative Council 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah 1; W.R.A. 3, 4; Engl ish Club 3, 4; Stu¡ dent NEA 1, 4.

Stanley Nola nd, B.S. lsom, Virginia Major: Physical Science Minor: Mathematics

Ronald C. Mrache k, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Business Education Minor: Mathematics Business Club 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3; Track 2; YDFL 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 3, 4; Dolphin Club 4; Swimming Team 4.

Joyce Olson, A .E. Belview, Minnesota Ma jo r: Elementary Chorus 1, 2, 3; Inte r-Varsity Chri stian Fe llowship 2, 3; L.S.A. 1; Wesley Foundation 2, 3; Student NEA 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3.

Anita E. Mrozek, B.S. Houston, Minnesota Major: English Minor: Speech L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 2, 3, 4; Wen¡ onah 2, 3, 4; Editor 4; Winonan 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 1; English Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 2, 3, 4.

Marilyn G. Olstad, B.S. Rushford, Minnesota Major: Elementary Class Officer 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; L. S. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 3, 4; Student NEA 2, 3, 4.

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Lucille Osborn, B.S. St ewartville, Minnesota Major: Elementary Minor : Music Cnorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapter 66 2, 3, 4; Mendelssohn Club 1, 2, 3, 4; lnter-Var· sity Christian Fellowship 1 2, 3, 4: Win onan 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Mason Music Club 2, 3, 4; YGOP 3; Student NEA 1, 2. 3, 4

Barbara Peterson, B.S. Pipestone, M.nnesota Major: Elementary Minor: Ar t Representa tive Council 3; Bradford Club 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Kappa Pi 2 , 3, 4; Winonan 2, 3; W.R.A. 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Who's Who 4; Terrapins 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2, 3, 4; Winter Spor ts Queen 3; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

Richard Ottoson , B.A . Winona, Minnesota

Ma1or: Business Education Monor: Social Studies

LaVerne Pieper, B.S. Caledonia, M.nnesota Major• Physical Education Minor: Social Studies l.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club J; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Student NEA 4; Wrestling 3, J; Dorm Council 3, 4.

David Palm er, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Minors: Biology, SoCial Studies, Bookkeep· ing - T)'ping

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Philip Pilarski , B.S. Winonc1. Minnc~;ota

Ma1or Physocul Education Minor: Social Studies

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Ma;or: Elemcnlary, KondergMien-Primary

Pat Podany, A.E . M1nn~apolis,

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Major. Elementary Kappa Pt 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3; St udent NEA 2, 3; Terrapins 2.

Benjamin Pellowski, B.S. :.· inon:1, \1\ir nesora Ma1ors: Eng~1sh His Jury· Soci~: StL.d1cs

Annette Pretzer, B.S. Moltvolle Monncsola t IPmentary Bradford Club 1 2 3, ·I; Kapp.1 Della Pi 3, 4; YGOP 1. 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Qc;~~, Att~ndanl 4; St udent NEA 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Walter Puetz, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Ma1or: Phystcal Education Minor: Mathematics

Ovia Rice, B.S. Eyota, Monnesota Major: Elementary Newman Club l, 2; W.R.A. l; YDFL l.

Donald Quirin, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Science Minor: Social Studies

Carl Richards, B.S. Shawano, Wiscons1n Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology W Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4.; Track 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4.

Marian Quirin , B.S . Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary Minor: Geography

John C. Richman, B.S. Winona, Minnesota

Major: Business Education Minor: English Business Club 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; English Club 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 3, 4.

Darlene Radsek, B.S. Houston, Minnesota

Major: English Minor· Speech Radio Guild 3; Wenonah 2, 3; Wenonah Players l, 2. 3; Orientation Team 2; YDFL 2; English Club 1, 2, 3; Student NEI\ 1, 2; W.S.S.A. 2, 3.

Leona Ruline, A.E. Stillwater, Min1,esota Major: Elementary Class Officer l; Cheerleader l, 3; Student NEA 2, 3.

Richard Reed , B.S. Minnesota C ty Mu·

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Ralph Rydman, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Art Minor: Mathematics

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Kathleen Sackett, A .E. St. Charles, Mmnesota Major: Elementary Newman Club 1, 2, 3.

Dolores Schumacher, B.S. Austin, Minnesota Ma10L Elementary

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Stanley W. Schaub, B.S. Alrna, Wisconsin Major: General Science Minor: Social Studies

Louise B. Schroeder, B.S. St Paul, Minnesota Majors: Elementary, Spanish Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; YDFL 3; Student NEA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Delta Pi 3, 4.

Peter Schmidt, B.S. Marshfield, Wisconsin Major: Social Studies Minor: Physical Education Wenonah 4; Intramural Sports 4; Student NEA 4.

Don Segermark, B.S. River Grove, lllino1s Ma1or: Industrial Arts Mino" Physical Education Footbal l I, 2, 3, 4; I.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.

Erwin R. Schnirring, B.S. Waltham, M1nnesota Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Social Studies I.A.C. 3. 4; YGOP 3.

Patricia D. Severson, B.S. Lake Clly, Minnesota Ma1or: Speech Minor: Eng lish Representative Council 2, 3; Student Corr mission 4; Band 1; Kappa Delta Pi 4 Kappa Pi 1 2, 3; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Radio Gudd 1, 2 3, 4; Wenonah 2, 3 4; Winonan 1, 2, 3; Wenonah Player< 1, 2, 3, 4; Y W.C.A. 1, 2; Who's Whc 4; Orientation learn 4; English C lub 1 2 3. 4; Student NEA 1, 4; W.S.S.A. 2

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James Schoenrock, B.S. Rochester, Minnesota Ma1or: Elementary Tennis 3; Oricntalion Tcrun 3.

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Juliana Smith, B.S. Minneapolis, Minnesota MaJor: Business Education Minor: Spanish

Muri e l Suttie, B.S. G~lesville,

Wisconsin Majors Speech, Busoness Education Business Club 1, 2; Kappa Della Pi 3, 4; L S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; English Club 1, 2; Student NEA 1, 2; W.S.S.A. 2, 3, 4.

Kendall l. Smith, B.S. St. Charles, Monnesota Majors: Social Studies, History Minor: Music Apollo Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

AI Svenningson, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Ma,or: Physical Education Minor. Social Studies W Club 2 , 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Football 2, 3; Baseball 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; In· tramural Sports 2, 3, 4.

Nancy Sperbeck, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Elementary Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 1, 2; Radio Guild 3, 4; Wenonah 3, 4; Winonan 3, 4; Wenonah Players 3, 4; O rientation Team 3; Stu· dent NEA 3, 4.

LaRue Swearingen, B.S. South St. Paul, Minnesota Major: Physical Education Minor· Business Education Representative Council 2, 3: Wenonah 2, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W P E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Homecoming Queen Allendanr 4; Student NEA 4; Terrapins 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Wallace Storhoff, B.S. Harmony, Minnesota Ma1or: Social Studies Minor: Physical Education Chorus 2; YGOP 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.

Kaliope Theios, B.S. Gary, Indiana Major: English Minor: Spanish Wenonah 3; W£>nonah Players 2, 3, 4; W. R. A 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Orien tatoon Team 4; YGOP 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Queen Attendant 4; English Club 2. 3, 4: Student NEA 2, 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 3, 4.

Gavin Strand , B.A. Winona. M1nnesota MaJor: Business Adrnuus1rahon

Minor: Social Studies Bus.ness Club 1, 2, 3 , .t, l SA. 1 2; In· tramural Sports 1, 2

Orrel Thompson, B.S. Stewartville, Minnesota Major: Art Minor: Social Studies

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Keith Todd, B.S.

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RoseMarie Warner, B.A. Winona, M1nncsota Ma1or: Speech Minors: Music, Eng lish l.S.A. 3, 4; Radio Guild 3, 4; Winonan 3, -t; Wenonah Players 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; M,1So n Music Club 4- Orientatio n Tea m 4 ; Engl ish Club 4. '

Janis Torgerson, A.E. La n esbo ro~ Mi nncsot a

Major: Elemen tary L.S.A. 1, 2, 3.

Fred Weeman , B.A. Shawano,

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M<1JOr; Business Administration

M1nor: Geography

Donald Troke, B.S. Winona, M mnesota Ma jors: Industrial Arts, English

Grant W. White, B.S. lakeland, Minnesota Ma jors: H1story, Social Studies Minor: Geography Studen t Commission 4; Bradford Club 3; Radio Guild 3; V/enonah Players 3; Student NEA 3.

Nancy Van Allen, B.S. Pine Island, Minnesota Major: Elementary Minor: MuSic Represen ta ti ve Councd 2; Chorus 2 3, 4; Cha pter 66 3, 4; Mendelssoh11 Club 2. 3, 4; Wenonah 3. 4; Wesley Founda tion 1, 2; Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu· d e n t NEA 2, 3, 4.

Dean W ilkes, B.A. W1nona, M1nncso•a /l..~ator· Busmcss Admn1istration Monor: Soc:al Studies

Shi rley Vathing, B.S. H ouston. Minnesot<l

Major· Elementary l S.A. 1, 2, 3; W R.A. 2, 3; Y.W CA 1, 2, 3, 4; Student NEA 1, 2, 3. 4.

Harold Yotter, B.S.

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Ne il Hoch, B.S. Alma, Wisccnsin Major: Science Minor: Mathematics Science Club 4.

Ronald Kindt, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Art I.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1.

Stan W. Zbylicki, B.S. Winona, Minnesota Major: Social Studies Minor: Basic Business Business Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3.

Donald McManus, B.A. Winona, Minnesota Ma1or: Business Administration Minor: Social Studies

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J. Hackett B. Hahn s. Ha llberg P. Hallman

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W. Healy C. Heaser J. Helgerson

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K. Kragness S. Kukowski J. Kager

B. Lewis R. Loitz G. Lundberg

D. Manz

J. Mathot M. Meistad

J. Merchant N. Mill s P. M itch ell D. Morikami

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L. Carroll P. Clare E. Christenson M. Claussen M. Christopherson T. Conway N. Cieminski

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Costello Crouch Dammann De Vries

B. Doerer F. Duane D. Edwards

D. R. R. J.

Erdman Erdman Esson Fahey

J. Felsch J. Fend D. Feuerhelm

D. Fiedler J. Gappa M. Gegen C. Gerry

R. Gillespie K. Glander R. Glatch

D. Glazier G. Goetzman E. Haas W. Hall

B. Haney C. Hanson C. Happel

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Hargesheimer Harris Hartle Hauser

R. Heymans S. Himebaugh R. Hinkly

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D. Meyer J. Mi ller T. Modjeski

S. Lord J. McCarl J. McCartney

D. Meinke A. Meyer D. Meyer

C. Mulholland R. Munkel B. Nagle

P. Mortimer

N. Nelson

J. Newman H. Newmann M. Neimeyer

J. Paulson S. Peterson S. Peterson J. Phil lips

W. Prigge D. Prondzenski J. Pronschinske A. Raine

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B. Pieper M. Pierce M. Porter

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G. Schroeder J. Schuldt R. Schultz M. Schwager

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Senior officers: A. Sve nningson, E. Buhler, M. Olstad, D. Malewicki.

Junior officers: C. Frisby, D. Breme r, N. Lang, C. Svennnigson.

Sophomore officers : J. Bauch, B. Lewis, K. Landro.

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The senior class began its busy year by sponsoring the annual homecoming variety show. Using an outer space theme, the .show captured the attention of everyone in the audience. "A Fair to Remember" was the theme of the fair and variety show presented in the spring by the seniors. With thoughts toward graduation, the class chose the Country Club as the site for its annual senior banquet. And now with new responsibilities and goals, the senior class faces the future. Now settled in their major and minor fields and admitted to the upper division, the juniors found themselves firmly established in the school working toward their final goals. The junior class using the theme, "My Funny Valentine," chose the Smog as the scene of the Winter Formal. Starting the year out with a bang, the sophomore class welcomed the incoming freshmen . Once again the capping ceremony sparked the beginning of the freshman initiation. Perhaps the biggest event of the year was the Christmas dance which the class sponsored. Dancing in the Smog under the Christmas lights and decorations to the music of the Rhythm Masters will long be remembered by those who attended. Once again entering freshmen were exposed to the traditional "hazards" of initiation. Following the capping cerebony, freshmen "eagerly" wai ted upon upperclassmen, carrying books, shining shoes, and doing many other odd jobs. The words, "Button up, frosh," became a familiar ring to the ears of many freshmen. However, these were soon turned into memories as th e year progressed and the freshman class turned t oward the more serious side of college life. Highlighting the year's activities was the sock hop sponsored by the class. Freshman officers: M. Rouse, S. Peterson, R. Kratz, D. Meyer.


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Seated : R. Hubbard, E. Buhler, P. Severson, B. Ferrier, R. Kratz, B. Kuehl.¡ Standing: G. Bergsrud, N. Lang, K. Landro, B. Krieger, G. White, D. Searson, R. Claussen.

Student Commission A fourteen - member Commission replaced the former thirty- two member Representative Council this year. The Commission is composed of the president, vice president, the four class presidents, and six commissioners who are elected by the student body. The Commission is responsi ble for sponsoring Homecoming and providing a name band, the Campus Chest d rive, boosting school spirit through the Athletic Commissioner, and organizing Reli gious Emphasis Week. Students go to the polls.

Assembly committee plans the program.

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Ro w 1 : B. Theios, N. Sperbeck, B. Krieger, P Severson Row 2: M. Engrav, N. Tubb, S. Schwager, N. Lang. Mariner, D. Darling, E. Buhler, J. Schoenrock, R. Claussen

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Orientation Tearn Fully aware of the problems i nvolved in becoming adapted to a new environment, the Orientation Team planned ways of helping the freshmen through their first week of college life. Mixers, assemblies, and a Freshman Breakfast introduced the newcomers to each other. The team also assisted with registration, counseling tests and guided tours about the campus. Don Darling served as chairman and Mr. M. L. Mariner acted as adviser to the team of ten students. M. Hopi signs up.

NEA tahle attracts freshmen at Club Festival.

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Row 1: B Kr.cger, P. Severson, B. lheoiS. Row 2: l Swearinge11, B. Peterson, E. Buhler, P. Kelm Malcw1tki, G. Berg.rud, R. Clau-.en Row 4 R. H .bbard, D. Mertes, A. Svcnningsen, J. May.

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Who's Who Due to increased enrollment at Winona State this year, the number of seniors selected for the 1957-58 edition of the nattonal publtcation, Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universties was increased from fourteen to seventeen. After bemg nomlllatcd by the student com¡ mission and considered by the administrative councd, the candidates were voted on by the student body. Distinguished achievement in scholarship, service, leadership, attitude and character is the basis on which the students are judged for this honor.

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Kappa Delta Pi

Purple Key

Gamma Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the national honor society in education, encourages high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and is designed to recognize outstanding personal contri butions to the educational field. Informal suppers preceded the monthly meetings, consisting of panel discussions and speakers. The organization honored this year's honor roll students with a tea. Officers were Ernest Buhler, president; Roman Claussen, vice president; Annette Pretzer, secretary; Barbara Peterson, treasurer; Evelyne Buhler, historian-recorder. Mrs. Elizabeth Donath acted as counselor during Miss Floretta Murray's leave of absence.

Each year several graduating students are given the honor of wearing the official pin of Kappa Delta Pi. These students are selected as outstanding representatives of Winona State on the basis of high scholarship, leadership and other professional and social qualities. Purple Key is an honorary group whose members may be in either the B.A. or B.S. program on campus. The group has no officers or meetings and membership to Purple Key may be obtained only as a result of industrious work.

P. Keirn, G. White, L. Schroeder, E. Fuller, R. Claussen, E. Buhler, K. Morse, P. Severson. B. Peterson.

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Richards Hall Council: Seated: L. Pieper, M. Rouse, D. Schrieber, G. Collins, D. Spande, J. May, E. Buhler. Standing. L. Whittier, L. Thomforde, D. Sanderson, Mr. Mariner.

Dorm Councils •

The Dormitory Councils are made up of students representing the three dorms on campus. They are organized to set up the regulations for dorm residents and to settle any disciplinary problems that may arise. They are al so responsible for the social programs and the recreational areas in the dormitory buildings. Ernie Buhler, John May and LaVerne Pieper were the Richards Hall counselors. Pat Keirn was the student dean for the girls' dorms and Helen Gatzke served as assistant dean. The other council members were elected officers.

Shepard and Morey Hall Councils: Mrs. Gritlith, E. Buhler, G. Stiehl, H. Gatzke, P. Kclm, D. Bre mer, A. Diderrich, B. Peterson.

Y. W. C. A. Faith! Fellowship! Responsibility! With this theme, the YWCA strives to develop personal, social, and spiritual aspects of personality. Projects for the year were the Big-Little Sister program to acquaint freshman girls with college life and a Girl's Date Night. Other activities included tours, a Valentine Party for older Winona women, and a Winona General Hospital project. Officers were Rose Warner, president; Janice Jacobsen, vice-president; Shirley Vathing, secretary; Anna Lee Seater, treasurer; Carol Friday, district representative; Dr. Margaret Boddy and Miss Cleo Reiter, advisers.

Row 1: J. Fahey, L. Laie~k, D. Ambrose n, L Swearingen, B. P eter, on. Row 2: M. Huttemeie r, N. Arnold, S. Lang, R. Esson, M. Tonsager, M. Arnold.

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Row 1: Miss Aarestad, B. Kauphusman, C. Myhre, J Brunner, M. Huttemeier, C. Brosseth, M. Arnold, P. Head, B. Bos, N. Brendt. P. Severson. Row 2: C. King, T. Ahrens, C Happel, C. Benedett, L. Schroeder, A. Berge, M. Thompson, C. Haugstad, G. Goetzman, J. Bauch C. Johnson, D J,ck Row 3 . E Fuller, D. Sultzc, K. Way, H. Back' JS, K B1oraker, A. Knowlton. M. Colness, A. Mrozc>., P. Kelr<l, H. Gatzke, B. Pet rson, S. Jackson, K. Pasvogel, B. Theios. Row 4: E. Buhler, E. De Witte. A. Ben.ng, D. Schumacher, P Hallman, D. K,dfcr, S. Schwager, M. Zbylicki, M. Lovaas, A. lyndahl, K, Crimn1.ns, N. Tubb. Row 5: B Fcrri•1r, R. Ballinger, R. Claussen, R. Finner, C. Mullholland, G. Bundy, D. Erpelding, D. Stow, R. Arko, N. Toensing, Dr Wedul.

Student NEA Due to a decis1on made by the state committee this year, all the F.T.A. clubs voted to separate the college and high school memberships. The name of the organization was changed to Student NEA, and the col lege organizations became chapters, whereas the h igh school organizations remained clubs. Officers this year were Burton Ferri er, president; Barbara Peterson, vice president; Evelyne Buhler, secretary; Charlotte Svenningson, treasurer; and Shirley Vathing, reporter. Planning the state NEA conference.

Row 1: J Benner, M. latcham, B. Kreiger M. Best, N Knutson, N. Sperbeck, J. Schwantz, C. Heaser, M. Landro, J. Hardtke, J. Olson. Row 2 : Y McNallan, S. McBnde E B' hler, K. Chamberlam, G. Stienl, J. Grob. A Houser E Evans, K. Carlson, D. Christopher, D. l•edNman, K Kras• >Ss. Row 3· M. Nyberg, M. Christopherson, N. Van Allen, l Sweanngin, D. Moeller, S. Eglinton, L. Csl,orne, M. Olstad, C. Svennlllgson, J. Stcgen, M Culbertson, J Jacobson, C. Friday. Row 4 : l. Anderson, P. Clare, K. Morse D. Ambrosen, J. Fend. M. He.kes, L. larson, S. Hallberg, D. Bcn~on, Nl. Hanson, B. Majerus, M. Claussen, R. Brenna, J. Sodien. Row 5: D. Wheeler, R. Fenwick, H. Peterson, D. Ludwitzke, M. Flaherty, G. Bohrnstedt, W. Hahn, J. Zierdt, R. Motzko, D. Brewer, C. Nelson.

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Row 1: B. Theois, M Hopk1ns, B. Fisk, D. Fenwick, D. Brewer, A . Mrozek Row 2: E. Buhler, V. Carlson, D. Bear son, E Haak cnson, Miss Magnus. Row :l: D. Karow, N . Tucnsing, D. Thompson, J . Mallinger, W Storhoff, D. Stow.

Young Republicans

Young Democrats

The Young Republicans Club provided many activities to encourage political work in the off-year. The two highlights of the year were the State YGOP Convention and the Midwest Convention which Winona State and other city colleges sponsored. In February the Young Republicans held a Political Education Day on the campus. Officers for the year were Darrell Bearson, president; Dick Fenwick, vice president; Dan Brewer, secretary; and Gordon Stinson, treasurer. Working with the club as advisers were Mr. Jacobsen and Miss Magnus.

The Young Democratic Farmer La bor Club strtves to create active interest in politics and to promote the Democratic Party's principles. Members sponsored an annual Bean Feed with St. Mary's College and Winona County YDFL g roups, sen t delegates to Minnesota Citizenship Clearing House conventions and assisted with the "Dollars for Democrats" p rogram. The club invited speakers to discuss political issues, held debates with the campus Young Republicans, and helped promote "Political Education Day". Officers were Benny Pellowski, president; Martin Flaherty, vice- president ; Dorothy Sultze, secretary; Daniel Bonow, treasurer; and Dr. Theodore Sudia, adviser.

Row 1: T. Franklin, D. Kilkelly, M. Flaherty A . Maze. Row 2: D. Sultzc, R. Kamla, C. N ickel , D. Span de Row 3: R. Finner, J. landro, B. Healy, D. Brenno. Row 4 : J. Hollander, B. Pellowsk1, l. Pronschinskc, D. Keller, M. McGiinch.

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Row 1: Mr. Marley, Miss Finch, M. Culbertson, K. Bjoraker, P. Smith, M. Kowaleski, J. Smith, Mrs. Hopf. Row 2: V Strand, A. Myers, R. Kamla, G. Olson, G. Selke, J. Hollander, R. Ottoson, D. Greden. Row 3: B Larson. C. Nelson, N. Abts, D. Searson, R. Averill , R. Thompson, R. Carroll, V. Carlson. Row 4: G. J ustin, G. Eskelson, K Tschida, R. Mrachek, W. Kuehl, J. Landro, R Burke, N. Decker. Row 5: W. Bratrud, B. Kvt:hl, J. May. C. Auseth, W Hodg ins, D. Brenno.

Business Club The Business Club started its year by having a get-acquainted picnic to welcome new members, and entering a float in the homecoming parade. After these beginning projects, the club had spea kers at the monthly meetings which included personnel from a a well -known chain store, the ci ty post office, the state civil servrce office, and the city civil

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service office. The club visited the Grain Exchange in the Twin Cities on its annua l f ield trip. The m embers sponsored a spri ng dance and concluded th e year wi th a picnic. Officers were Gordon Selke, president; Kathy Bjoraker, vice president; Peggy Smith, secretary; and Miss Finch , Mrs. Hopf, Mr. Hopk ins, and Dr. Marley, ad¡ visers.

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Row 1: C. Frost, L. Russet, C. Brosseth 1\J Nelton, M. Thompson, A. Houser. Row 2: P. Kelm, B. Fisk, K. Way, D. Malewicki, K. Morse. B. Majerus, P. Severson. Row 3: C. Friday, D. Harris, N. lang, R Claus.en, M. McCormtck, B. Motzko, R. Kamla. Row 4¡ E Buhler, D. Butler, Mr. Jesson, H. Grabitzke, I. Whillock, R. Anderson, D. Averill.

English Club The Engltsh Club was organized for anyone 011 campus who is interested in literary activities and in doing creative writing. This year the club was respon sible for the sale of chrysanthemums at Homecoming. They also won second prize for their float in the Homecoming parade. Through out the year at their regularly scheduled meeting, th e club heard various guest speakers. Other activities included attending the N.C.T.E. convention

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in Minneapolis during Tha nksgiving vacation and the University Players' producti on of "Taming of the Shrew" in December. Lea ders for the organization this year were Richard Averill, president; James Karsina, vice president; Mary Cl aire Thompson, secretary-treasu rer; and Ev el yne Buhler, corresponding secretary. Dr. Boddy and Mr. Jesson were advisers to the group.

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Row 1: D Oxley, T. Ahrens, B. Krieger, K. Vollmer, M. Hanson, C. Heaser. Row 2: E. Buhler, l. Pieper, B. Ferrier, C. Nickel, D. Wheeler J. Stegen, K. Morse. Row 3 : C. Sanden, D. Schierholt, D. Quirin, D. Brusehavcr, J. Erpelding, A. Ma>e, H. Peterson, Dr. Emanuel. Row 4: H. Yotter R. Berg, D. Erpelding, W. Buswell, M. Flaherty, D. Nelson, l. Pronschinskc, K. Rasch ke, R. Motzko.

Science Club The Science Club promotes an interest in science and related fields among the students of the college. Advancement of science is furthered through the monthly business meetings at which time guest speakers are heard. Thi s year the Science Club toured the Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, sponsored the Winter Sports Day and the annual spring Science Fair of exhibits, and attended the Academy of Science of which Winona State is affiliated. Officers for the year were Beverly Krieger, president; Harold Yetter, vicepresident; Harvey Peterson, secretarytreJsurer; Earl Hughes, publicity; and Don Quirin, program chairman. Mr. Emanuel advises the Science Club. The alcohol test.

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Row 1: N. Abts, H. Reed, G. Dresser, E. Schnering, L. Liskow. Row 2: Dr. Jackson, Mr. Fuglsby, G. Nardini, J. Carter, D. Erding . Row 3: R. Stone, W. Carlund, R. Myers, R. Reed, L. Brace. Row 4: N. Abts, D. Segermark, J. Wooden, R. Abraham, Dr. Capron, D. Caldwell.

Industrial Arts Club The Industrial Arts Cl ub cooperated with Kappa Pi in making the Queen's float for the Homecoming Parade and decorations for the Homecoming Dance. Activities of the organization included special speakers, demonstrations, the 1-lomecoming Luncheon for seniors and a1umni at Webster's, the Married Couple's Picnic, and field trips to the Red Wing Training School for Boys, the Red Wing Pottery, the Owl Motor Company in Winona, and Univac in St. Paul. Officers were Elmer Hannon, president; Richard Reed, ¡vice- president; George Berg, secretarytreasurer; and Charles Hengel, public relations. Advisers were Mr. Glen 0. Fugl sby, Dr. Hugh Capron, and Dr. Harry Jackson. Boots makes it shine.

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Wenonah

Row 1: E. Buhler, P. Kelm, A. Mrozek, P. Severson. Row 2: M. Thompson, P. Clare, N. Van Allen, N. Nelton, N. Sperbeck. Row 3: Mr. Jesson, R Finner, H, Grabitzke.

Under the editorship of Anita Mrozek, the 1958 Wenonah has taken on a "New Look". Individual pictures of the faculty and underclassmen, a long with informal shots on the ad pages constitute the major changes f r o m th e 1957 publication. Rollie Finner has been trigger- happy and provided the staff with some interesting a n d appealing pictures that give a more complete representation of life and activities at Winona State.

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Wino non Within the twelve issues of the Winonan, students w e r e given an accurate coverage of all news, sports, a n d feature occurrences on the campus of Winona State. This was accomp lished by members of the staff under the leadership of Claude Kremer, managing editor; Carol Brosseth, news editor; Rose Marie Warner, featude editor; Karl Zenk, sports editor; Roland Finner, photographer; Mitzie Hopkins, cartoonist; and Rita Brenna, circulation manager. Mr. Jesson advised the publication.

Row 1: S. Hartle, N. Sperbeck, N. Nelton, C. Bmsseth. Row 2: B. Boss, A lyndahl, M. lovass, S. Hallberg, Row 3: C. Kremer, P. Clare, E. Hofland, P. Thies, B. Fisk. Row 4 : Mr. Jesson. M. McCormick, J. McCarL Row 5: R. Claussl'n, R. Finner, M. Pierce, D. Harris, T. Kohner.

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Row 1: M. Engrav, A. Lyndahl, N. Sperbeck, N. Nelton, J. Bauch. C Gla•1dcr, C. Heaser, B Marerus, M. Hanson, B Theois. Row 2 : B Lewis, B. Fisk, D. Lieberman, B. Haney, H. Backus, S. Hawkcnson, M. Nyberg, S. Egl"nton, J. Schwan!, S. Peterson, D. Radsek Row 3 : D. Jic~. N. Tubb, A Mrozek. K. Way A. Knowlron, M. Lovaas, Y. McNallan, D. Harders, R. Warner, M. Grav<.>nish, L larson D. Goetzman Row 4 : M. Thompson, M. Olstad, N. Mills, J. Mallinger, J. Schultz, D. Fosburg, D. Bearson, D. Karow, B. Kuehl, Miss Magnus, M. Sut11e. Row 5 : G. Bergsrud, M. Hopkins, N. Lang, T. Chandler, D. Ludwitzke, W. Stephenson, R. Clau<scn, J. Brust, W. Docrer, M Pierce, M M cCorrnick, F. Kelly.

Wenonah Players The Wenonah Players had a very active year, producing three major plays. Fall quarler "Noah" by Obey and directed by Miss Dorothy Magnus was presented in Somsen Hall Auditorium. The ark was bui lt by the members of the slagecraft class under the direction of Mr. Jacques Riedelberger. Win· ter quar.ter, Mr. Riedelberger directed the comedy, "You Can't Take It With You" written by Kaufmann and Hart. The spring arena production was "The Matchmakers" written by Thornton Wilder and directed by Miss Magnus. This play was presented three nights. "The Matchmakers" honored the Minnesota Statehood Centennial as this was the firsl time of its showing in Minnesota. The year's activities ended with the annual spring banquet held at the Oaks with the rnitiation of the new members. Officers were Muriel Sullie, president; Neal Lang, vice president; Darlene Radsek, secretar y; Pat Kelm, treasu rer; Bill Kueh l, head technician; and Miss Magnus, adviser.

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Row 1: N Knutson, A. Houser, M. Thompson, C. Glander, J. Bauch, S. Hawkinson, P. Severson. Row 2: B. Theois, A. Mrozek, K. Way, H. Backus, B. Majerus, D. Harders, R. Warner, D. Radsek, S. Peterson. Row 3¡ N. Tubb, G. Bergsrud. T. Chandler, D. Fosburg, D. Goetzman, M. SuttiP., Miss Magnus, P. Kelm. Row 4: D. Karow, N. Mdls, N Lang, J. Schultz, W. Steffenson, R. Claussen. Row 5: M. Pierce, J. Brust, M. McCormick, D. Searson.

W. S. S. A. The Winona State Speech Association was organized to give aid to speech majors and minors, both in the field of speech and in securing jobs after graduation. It meets monthly with dinner meetings followed by guest speakers. The program for this year included the sponsoring of a talk by S. J. Kryzsko for the public, the District Ill Speech Festival held in March, and providing judges for the various speech festivals held in this area. In March several of its members attended a dramatic festival held in Iowa City. W.S.S.A. also gives annually a scholarship to an incoming freshman. Officers were Roman Claussen, president; Neal Lang, vice president; and Rose Warner, secretary.

Radio Guild

Radio Guild was organized to encourage radio work among college students. It is responsible for the bimonthly programs presented over radio station KWNO. These programs are used for the promotion of special events and activities throughout the college year as well as to spread goodwill for the college. Work of the organization was handled under the direction of its capable officers: Gilbert Bergsrud, president; Deanna Harders, secretary; and Jim Schulz and Don Fosburgh, technicians. Mr. Jacque Reidelberger is faculty adviser of Radio Guild.

Speech Festival contestants and staff.

Row 1: N. Sperbeck, S. Hawkinson, R. Warner, D. Harders. Ro w 2: G. Bergsrud, N. Tubb, P. Severson, A. Mrozek, M. Suttie. Row 3 : T. Chandler, N. Lang, J. Schultz, D. Fosburg, Miss Magnus. Row 4: B. Knowlton, V. Strand, D. Karow, W. Steffenson, N. Mills.

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Row 1: P. Severson, D. Jick, K. Kolb. Grabitzke, I. Whillock.

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D. Wheeler, P. Hallman, B. Peterson.

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Kappa Pi Kappa Pi is the national art fraternity on campus organ ized for all students interested in art. The local chapter at Winona State is known as the Alpha Upsilon Chapter. Member s of the organization ar e in charge of decorating the Homecoming Queen's float for the annu al Homecoming festivities. Among its many other activities, Kappa Pi does al l the decorating for the Spring Prom each year. Th is yea r, severa l of the students toured the

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city of Chicago to establish new ideas for art work and to view the va riou s art exhibits, among them the f amous Pi casso art exhi bit held at the Chicago Art Institute. Officers for th i s year included Harold G rabitzke, president; Jim Karsina, vice president; Pat Podany, secr et ar y; Do n Verkins, treasurer; Frank Kelley, social chairman; and Katherine Juhl, historianrecorder. Faculty adviser of Ka ppa Pi was Miss Bode.

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Row 1: N. Van ll.llen, P. Strah. S. McBride, E. Evans, Mr. Grimm. Row 2: L. Valdovinos, C. Benedett, G. Stiehl, C. Haugstad, S. Himebaugh, M. Gr~vcnish. Row 3 : M. Glover, H. Schwind, F. Kell<>y, M. McCormick, A. Checkalski, J. Voelker, K. Chamberlain. Row 4: D. Malewicki, B Hahn, G. Bohrnstedt, l. Johnson, l. Osborne. Row 5: B. Kline, l. ludwitzke, R. Finner, K. Smith, J. Gleason. D. Stow.

Mason Music Club The Mason Music Club is composed of music majors and minors whose aim is to promote educational development in various musical fie lds. Monthly meeti ngs consist of musical programs, speakers and recitals. The club members sponsored a mixer for high school band students participating in the Homecoming Parade. They also planned and coordinated the District Three Music Festtval in the spring. Officers were Duayne Malewicki, president; Kendal l Smith, vicepresident; Karen Chamberlai n, secretary; Wil l iam Hahn, treasurer; and Mr. Walte r Grimm, faculty adviser.

Chapter 66 Chapter 66, a local chapter of a national organization, is composed of music majors and minors. It was organized to help the music student profes¡ sionally. By paying a sma l l fee, each member receives many benefits. Each month, he receives issues of the Music Educator's Journal and Gopher Music Notes. Members also have the privi lege of attending the Music Educator's Conference held each yea r. Chapter 66 has no officers.

Row 1: S. McBride, M. Glover, M. Graven ish. Row 2 : N Van Allen, l. Osborne, K. Chamberlain, Mr Grimm. Row 3 : R Finner B. Hahn, M. McCormick, l. Johnson. Row 4 : B. Kline, H. Johns, G. Bohrnstedt, D. ludwitzke, J. Voelker.

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Row 1: B. Krieger, E. Hughes, N. Sperbeck, N. Crouch, N Nelton, J. Bodien, B. Nyrud, N. Berndt, M. Hanson. Row 2: L. Johnson, J. Voelker, A. Checkalski, P. Severson, S. Himebaugh, C. Gerry, M. Gravenish, K. Carlson, S. Walhus. Row 3 : J . Paulson, M. McCormick, T. Conway, F. Kelly, D. Malewicki, J. litcher, J Felsch, B. Kleon, H. Kaste. Row 4: J. Waldron, E. Guenther, R. Finner, J . Gleason, M. Porter, G. Bohrnstedt, D. Stow, D. Ludwitzke, W. Hahn, F. Heye r

Band The Winona State Concert Band under the capable direction of Fred Heyer provides an opportunity for the music-loving studen t to display his talent. Experience and practice in the techniques of music and a chance to work with various instruments are also provided by the band for the music student. This year the band gave several concerts and also took an active part in the Homecoming festivities. A pep band played at the football and basketball games. Marilyn Hanson was head majorette and Beverly Krieger, majorette. Officers of the band this year were: Arnie Checkalski, president; Nancy Sperbeck, vice-president; and Frank Kelley, secretary-t reasurer. Blow, horn, blow! M. Hanson, B. Kroeger, majorettes.

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Row 1: S. McBride, M. Glover, P. Strah, J. Bauch, D. Edwards, C. Gerry, G. Stiehl, M. Best, K. Chamberlain. Row 2: l. Valdovinos, C. Benedett, C. Johnson, l. Keller, D. Felsch, l. Johnson, A. Raine, E. Evans, W. Grimm. Row 3: J. Landro, D. Malewicki, M. McCormick, G. Bohrnstedt, J. Voelker, J. Felsch, F. Kelley, J . Waldron, M. Gravenish, L. Osborne. Row 4: E. lmm, H. Schwind, R. Finner, K. Smith, D. Stow, H. Johns, B. Klein, J. Gleason, W. Hahn.

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Seated: M. Porter, H. Kaste, B. Kline, J. Gleason, A. Checkalski, M. McCormick, G. Bohrnstedt, N. Sperbeck, D. Malewicki. E. Hughes, L. Johnson, D. Gallien, J. Paulson, F. Heyer, E. Kaiser, B. Eberhard, G. Darrah.

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Swing Band

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One of the more renowned and outstanding organizations of Winona State College is the Rhythm Masters, the co llege swing band. Under the talented direction of Mr. Fred Heyer, who does all the arranging, the band has received outstanding recogni t ion for its work. This year the Swing Band p layed for two assembly concerts, an evening jazz concert, the Tri-College Dance, the Registration Dance, the Christmas Dance, a Battle of Bands with the Merry-Notes from St. Mary's College, and severa l informa l college dances in the Smog. During the spring, the band made a trip to a recording studio in Minneapolis to make a long play record. Swing bnnd records .


Row 1: P. Head, H. Page, J. Olson. Row 2 : D. Edwards, M. Heikes, lips. Row 4 : H. Schwind, D. Stow.

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Inter-Varsity

Wesley Foundation

Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is an inter- denominational organization which offers for the college student an opportunity for prayer and Christian fellowship. Evangelism, strengthening the spiritual life, fellowship, and Christian unity are stressed through w e e k I y prayer meeting. Officers were Kenda ll Smith, president; Patricia Head, vice-president; Marion Lovaas, secretary; and Reverend Gerard Phillips, adviser.

The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist student organization on the Winona State campus. Its purpose is to provide a vital Christian program and develop Christian leadership. The club meets weekly and has chapel ser vices every Wednesday morni ng. Officers we re Lucille Osborn, president; Sandra Larson, vice-president; Laura Hoon, secretary; Lee Nelson, treasurer; and Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, advisers with Reverend Richard Reynolds as director.

Row 1: N. Crouch, G. Stiehl, M. Glover, J. Olson. Row 2: M. Rost, K. Way, l._ Osborne, l. McKenzie, L. Hoon. Row 3: E. Buhler, R. Ballinger, S. Lehmann, A. Raine, M. Livingood. Row 4 : L. Greenleaf, D. Stow, K. Raschle, H. Williams.

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Row 1: P. Severson, D. Bremer, C. Myhre, C. Brosseth, R. Brosseth, S. Johnson, N. Knutson, J. Schuldt, D. Jick. Row 2: A. Mrozek, M. Arnold, T. Ahrens, B. lewis, H. larson, M. landro, M. Olstad, J. Grob, J. Bauch, C. J ohnson. Row 3: A. lyndahl, J. Jacobson, R. Warner, S. Eglinton, K. Kragness, K. Carlson, D. Christopher, D. Benson, A. Hauser, G. Garl1d, Adviser. Row 4: R. Brenna, C. Gerry, K. Bjoraker, B. Krieger, D. ft.mbrosen, C. Haugstad, l. larson, S. Peterson, D. Eberhard, H. Munson, J. Benson. Row 5: l. Pieper, R. Helgerson, D. Beberg, D. Fosburgh, B. Berglin, P. Langstaff, K. Tschida, J. landro, C Nelson, J. Quist, H. Johns, Dr. Brynstad.

l. S. A.

Newman Club

The Lutheran ~-tuden t Association is part of the international Christian movement among churches of the National Lutheran Council. LSA members carry on a program of worship-study, evangelism, recreation, fellowship, retreat conferences, and service projects. Officers for the year were Herb Johns, president; Dick Beberg, vice- president; Carol Bross e t h, secretary; Katherine Haugsted, treasurer; Rose Warner and Jan Jacobson, program chairmen; Helen Larson, social chairman; and Sylvia Eglinton, Judy Bauch and Darrell Searson, publicity. Advisers were Mr. Munson and Miss Garlid. Counselor was John Benson and Pastoral Adviser, Dr. Brynestad.

The Newman Club is the organization of Catholic students on campus which was formed to provide for the student's social, intellectual, and spiritual interests. Included in the club's activities for the year were winning first prize for its float in the Homecoming parade, sponsoring the annual Tri- College Dance, holding three communion breakfasts, and a Day of Recollection held on National Newman Day. Officers were John May, president; Bill Kuehl, vice-president; Marlyce Nyberg, treasurer; Miss Dorothy Magnus, adviser; and Father Francis McGi nnis was th2 ~roup's chaplain.

Row 1: M. Thompson, B. Kauphusman, J. Brunner, R. Glatch, A. M aierus, B. Majerus, C Hcaser, P. Ryan, M. Pelowski, S. Kubowski. Row 2: B. Healy, D. Kilkelly, B. Fisk, C. Costello, M. Christopherson, G. Goetzman, Y. McNellan, M. Nyberg, K. Haas, S. Walhus, J. New¡ man, P. Theis, Rev. J. McGinnis. Row 3: G. Huseby, G . Bohrnstedt, M. McCormick, A. Checkalski, H. Backus, P. Hallman, l. Schroeder, M. Zbylicki, M. Kowaleski, A. Do lan, M. McGiinch, J. May. Ro w 4: R. Scgale, J. Schiltz, J. Carter, E. DeWitte, T. Franklin, D. Kieffer, B. Pellowski , J. Mallinger, A. Maze, D. Erding, S. Vatter, B. Kuehl. Row 5: M. Gegen, D. Chrysler, M. Porter, R. Arko, E. Christensen, J. Gruden, J. Anderzejek, R. Clausen, M. Flaherty, R. Kamla, W. Stephenson, G. Pehler.

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Row 1: B. Bos, M. Best, J. Drenckhahn, M. Gravcnish, B. Whitcomb, D. Blumentritl. Row 2: t . l'apentuss, U, !>ullze, !>. Schwager, N. Brcndt, M. Claussen, J. Banick. Row 3 : J. Helgerson, J. Schwantz, K. Smith, D. Fetsch, A. Bening, H. Schwind.

Gamma Delta

Bradford Club

Gamma Delta is an international association of Lutheran college students of the Wisconsin and Missouri Synods. It is sponsored by the Student Service Commission of the Lutheran Church and governed by students of the Lutheran Synodical Conferer.ce. Officers were Norlean Berndt, president; Kendall Smith, vice-president; Marcia Best, secretary; Jane Drenckhahn, treasurer; Dorothy Fel sch, program chairman; Ela ine Papenfuss, historian; and Vicar Robert Kant, pastoral adviser.

The Bradford Club is the campus organization of students from Congregational, Chrstian, Evangelical and Reformed Churches. The purpose of the club is to provide fellowship, recreation, and congenial companionship through wor ship and study. Officers were Frank Kelley, president; John Litcher, vice presiden t; Daisy Morikami, secretary-treasurer; Marolyn Colness and John Zierdt, membership committee chairman; and Dr. Capron, faculty adviser.

Row 1: J. Wilson, C. Frost, D. Morikami, A. Miyazaki, P Strah Row 2: C. King, D. Meyer, D. Wheeler, M. Col ness, F. Wolff. Row 3 : D. Meyer, G Barn um, F. Kelley, J. litcher, J. Bodicn. Row 4: C. Accola, ~- Dammann. J. Kern, J. Zierdt.

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N. Shay, K. Chamberlain, M. Rcikcs, Rev. Phdl•ps, G. Hanson.

Baptist Student Foundation

Canterbury Club

The Baptist Student Foundation at Winona State College is a section of the nat1on-wide Baptist Student Movement. It stresses Christian beliefs along with the Baptist objectives. These objevtives include a vital partnership with God with a relationship to basic human values. The group meets weekly for a study of the Bible and its application to life. Parties, suppers, and meetings with other Baptist student groups are included in the program. Officers were: Patricia Head, president; Peggy Smith, vice president; Marian Lovaas, secretary; and Marlene Heikes, treasurer. Dr. Boddy is the club adviser.

The Canterbury Club is the Episcopal students' organization on campus. The club has a definte program of worship, study, and service. Activities for the year included communion which was held the second Sunday of every month. Informal programs or discussions followed the communion. The club sponsored a car wash and also held a joint meeting with the Bradford Club. Officers were Nancy Tubb, president; Elaine Fuller, vice-president; Sharon Madison, treasurer; and Dick Fenwick, prayer leader. Mr. Ralph Behling worked with the club as adviser.

Ro w 1: E. Fuller, S. Hawkenson, N. Tubb, H. Page, P. Kelm. Row 2: S. Hartle, R. Fenwick, D. Brewer, W. Fleener, J. Elliot, G. Schulz, D. Karow, Mr. Behling, Dr. Ragar.

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Churches

St. Paul's Church houses the Cdnterbury Club.

L. S. A. meets at Central Lutheran.

St. Mauhews fosters Gamma Delta.

Bradford Club is held at the Congregational Church.

The Cathedral, home of Newman Club.

Central Methodist, site of Wesley meetings.

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Guard: Co-Captain LaVerne Pieper. Centers: Keith Todd, Dave Stover, Clyde Passe.

FOOTBALL

Ends: John May, King Mi ller.

Halfbacks: Jack Hackett, Dick Brown.

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KEITH TODD, Senior, did a fine job replacing Dave Mertes at the center spot. DAVE STOVER, Sophomore, also was a center on last year's team. CLYDE PASSE, Freshman, was the quiet man on the team . LAVERNE PIEPER, Senior, received All-Conference consideration his last two years. JOHN MAY, Senior, played steady ball at end last year. KING M ILLER, Senior, after playing halfback fo r two years, p layed end his senior year and was the leading pass receiver on the squad. JACK HACKETT, Senior, although hampered by a knee injury, played supe rb ball when he was able. DICK BROWN, Junior, received All- Conference selection while playing halfback . WAYNE EBERT, Senior, also received All-Conference honors at tackle. JOHN GANGA, Junior, p layed steady ball at tack le, especially during the latter part of the season.

Tackles: Wayne Ebert, John Ganga.


Ends· Gene Lundberg, Ron Anderson.

GENE LUNDBERG, Sophomore, was our man with lots of pep. RON ANDERSON, Freshman, played end and scored his first collegiate touchdown against Lor as. WALLY PUETZ, Senior, played bruising football at fullback. DON SEGERMARK, Senior, received second team All-Conference selection at fullback for three straight years. GINO NARDINI, Junior, played guard on last year's team. DAVE EI SHELWECK , Freshman, showed great promise last year. DAVE MERTES received both Little All-American and All-Conference selection. BOB W ELCH, Junior, proved to be the breakaway runner the team needed. Bob also received All-Conference honors. BILL MORSE, Junior, was the best passer on the team. WAYNE ASING , Junior, came off the injury list to inspire the Warriors to late season victories.

Fullbacks: Wa lly Puetz, Don Segermark

Guards: G ino Nardini, Dave Eishelweck.

Quarterbacks: Bob Welch, Bill Morse, Wayne Asing, Center: Co-Captain Dave Mertes.

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Guards: Lorry Gunhus, Gene McCartney.

Ends : Dave Glazier, Arnie Satter.

Halfbacks: John Quist, Glen Johnson.

Tackles: Merlin Zimmer, Carl Richards.

LORRY GUNHUS, Senior, played superb ball. GENE McCARTNEY, Freshman, will be a real asset to the 1958 team. JOHN QUIST, Sophomore, played steady ball at fullback. GLEN JOHNSON, Sophomore, is a real speedster. DAVE GLAZIER, Freshman, also did a good job. ARNIE SATTER, Sophomore, played a fine end position. MERLIN ZIMMER, Freshman, shows great promise. MERLIN RICHARDS, Senior, was with the squad for three years. DAN KILKELLY , Junior, was loyal to the team. BERNHARD PIEPER, Freshman, hopes to follow his brother. LARRY WHITTIER, Junior, lettered two years at halfback. MARVIN ROUSE, Freshman, is a speedster, who shows

great promise.

Guards: Dan Kilkelly, Bernhard Pieper.

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Managers: Gary Bundy, Melvin Kohama.

Halfbacks: Larry Whittier, Marvin Rouse.


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Morse romps along. Coach - Dr. Russ Owens Ass! ¡ Mr. Molinari, Mr. Jones

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The Winona State Warriors scooted to their second straight Minnesota State College Conference football title last fal l, but the Warriors had to share the 1957 laurels with the Bemidji Lumberjacks. In the season's opener ;Jiayed in a heavy downpour, the Warriors were defeated by a Stout Institute team 20-13. The following week the Warriors traveled to Loras where they walked off with a 30-7 decision. Bemidji State then came to town to tackle the Warriors and were defeated 19-8. The Warriors then traveled to Moorhead where the Dragons showed power and won 40-14. In the homecoming game against Northland College of Ashland, Wisconsin, the Warriors showed a little power and poise themselves as they peeled off a 45-7 victory. The next week the Warriors entertained the St. Cloud team and, featuring a 93 yard opening kickoff run by All-Conference halfback Bob Welch, the Warriors were victorious 31-7. Winona 21 - Mankato 7 was the score of the game which later proved to be the title game in the Minnesota State Col lege Conference. In the season's finale with Whitewater, a member of the Wisconsin State Conference, the Warriors came home suffering from a 2718 defeat. 73


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Ro w 1: B. Welch, P. Marren, E Bc.swell, B. Morse, D. Behrens, L. Gunhus, A. Svcnningson, F. Weeman, J. Kaiser, D. Prondzinski, C. Gaulke, H. Espinda, D. Klaggr:, E Rickheim.

Varsity Basketball

CAPTAIN AL SVENNINGSON , three time all-conference forward and leading scorer of the Minnesota State College Conference, finished his bri lliant career at Winona State this year. AI, who stands 6'3" and lives here in Winona, is considered by many to be one of the finest basketba ll players ever to wear a Warrior uniform. In his three years here, AI hit a total of 1597 points in 68 games for an overall average of 23.5 points per game. He got 630 of these points his senior year when he aver aged 25.2 poin ts per game. AI is a physical education major and a social studies minor.

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1957-58 RECORD

Don Behrens

Winona Winona Winon a Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona

73 68 66 76 59 74 77

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Western Illinois Northern Illinois Oshkosh State Michigan Tech No rthern Michigan La Crosse State Easte rn Illinois River Falls State Stevens Point Stale St. Mary's College Mankato State Loras Colleg e

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67 94 79 73 76 51 84

Earl Buswell

Bill Morse

Herb Espinda

Erv Rickheim

Coach Russ Owen

Jon Kaiser

Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona

Winona Winona Winona

Winona Winona

Winona

Don Klagge

83 65 68 73 76 69 71 64 64 75 54 79 Won 9

Milton College St. Cloud State Bemidji State Moorhead State Wartburg College Mankato State Stout State Moorhead State Oshkosh State Bemidji State St. Mary' s College St. Cloud State Lost 16

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Bob Welch

Fred Weeman

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Winona State ended its 1957-58 basketball season with an overall nine won and sixteen lost record. In the conference, the Warriors finished in a two-way tie for second with Moorhead. The Warriors got off to a rusty start as they lost their first five games played away from home against some highly rated competition. These included a 87-73 loss to Western Illinois and consecutive losses to Northern Illinois, 79-68; Oshkosh, 90-66; Michigan Tech, 83-76; and Northern Michigan, 73-59. In their sixth game of the year, the Warriors returned home to pick up their first victory of the season as they defeated La Crosse State, 74-67. Vacation t1me found the Peds journeying to Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to participate in the holiday tournament, but both games ended in defeat. Ea stern Illinois took the first game, 94-77, and then River Falls came out on top, 79-55. Four more defeats followed at Stevens Point State, 7363; St. Mary's College, 76-62; Mankato State, 5146, and Loras College, 84-63.

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Winona State then came home to face Wartburg College and they won, 76-61. Next came Mankato State and the Peds were overpowered,

89-69. A short trip to Menomonie found the Warriiors losing to Stout, 81-69. The Warriors then made their annual northern trip to Bemidji and Moorhead. Playing superb ball at Bemidji, the Warriors came out on top, 68-55. The following night the Peds played at Moorhead, only to lose in the final seconds, 76-73 . The Warriors then returned home to play Milton College and they came out victorious, 83-69. A week later, the Peds delighted the home-town fans as they picked up their first conference win of the year by defeating St. Cloud State on Jon Kaiser's last-second goal, 65-64. With the season rapidly drawing to a close, the Warriors found a winning combination for the road to victory. They whipped Stout in a return game, 71-59. Next came Moorhead, and with AI Svennmgson hitting 22 points, they again won,

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64-52 . Then Oshkosh State traveled to Winona for a return game and they too left disappointed as the W arriors won, 6 2-56. This was quickly followed b y a su rp ri se v ictory over Bemid ji, 65-64 as Do n Beh rens hit a 3 point play at th e f ina l ho rn . Th e Vl/a rrio rs then played a return game wit h St. Mary's, on ly to lose a hard fought game, 55-54. In the f inal game of t he year, the Wa rriors we re defeated by St. Cloud, 9 9-79.

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Where is everybody?

Whe re is it?

It's up here !

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Row 1: M. Porter, A. Cieminski, D. Behnke, J. Butler. Row 2: B. Welch, C. Hanson, H. Espinda, D. Prondzinski, B. Arko, Coach D. Page.

Freshman Basketball One of the lesser known sports activities on our campus is that of the "B" squad basketball team. Under the capable direction of Doug Page, they performed in the preliminary games before most of the regularly scheduled home tilts of the varsity squad. The schedule of the nine-man team pitted them against some of the stronger college "B" teams and city all-star aggregations. Unlike the varsity, the "B" team employed a well balanced scoring attack with no particular individual stand-out. Several members of the team played with the varsity as starters at one time or another. Among them were Herb Espinda, Don Behrens, Larry Gunhus and Bill Morse. Other members of the squad included Bobby Arko, Curt Hanson, AI Cieminski, Bobby Welch, Dick Behnke, Earl Buswell, Dave Prondzinski, Jim Butler and Mike Porter.

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Row 1: D. Anderson, G . McCartney, A. Kraning, R. Loitz, T. Chandler, R. Kratz.

Swimming

Coach Jim Voorhees

Swimming was inaugurated at Winona State College for the first time this year. Responsible for promoting marked enthusiasm in the sport was coach Jim Voorhees. The newest member of our athletic staff, Voorhees comes from Illinois. An exhibition meet against La Crosse State was held at the Memorial Hall swimming pool. Although no scores were kept, the Warriors proved enough ability to warrant consideration of a full schedule next season. The meet was the only one the Warriors competed in during the year. Early in the year they did, however, take part in field trials at the University of Minnesota. Special merit was shown by Roland Kratz in the 50-yard and l 00-yard freestyles; Tom Chandler in the 200-yard freesty le; Gerald McCartney in the l 00-yard breaststroke; Alan Kraning in the relay events; Tom Miner in diving; Ron Mrachek in the l 00-yard backstroke and Neil Baudhuin in the relay events.

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Row 1¡ J. Delozier, G. Johnson, R. Helgerson, R. Gabrych, D. True. Row 2: Coach R. Jones, G. Schulz, D. Sanderson, G. lund¡

berg, G. McCartney, l. Pieper, B. KoSidowsko, B. Pieper.

Wrestling Winona State's grapplers closed another chapter of Warrior wrestling history with the finest record since the sport was initiated five years ago. The Winona matmen, headed by coach Bob Jones, combined individual victories for an excellent 63 dual meet record . The matmen opened the season with an impressive victory over Moorhead State. After losing to l.oras College, the Warriors defeated Stout State and the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.

Co-Captain John Delozier

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The Warriors were then beaten by the University of Dubuque, but followed with triumphs over Stevens Point State, Stout State and Luther College before losing the last dual meet of the season to Wheaton. Three Warriors, Delozier, 123; True, 130; and Johnson, 137; ended the season undefeated in dual meet competition. Delozier also won the 115 pound State College Conference title.

Co-Captain laVerne Pieper


Coach Jones is now entering his seventh year as an amateur wrestling coach, his second such season at Winona Stale. Jones, a graduate of Ithaca College, New York, where he obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degrees, is also head track coach and assistant football coach here at Winona State. Moving to Winona State last year, Mr. Jones's wrestling squad compiled a 3-4-1 record. This year, however, they achieved even greater things. Their fina l record was 6-3, the best ever achieved in the five year history of the sport here at Winona Sta te. 1957 - 58 RECORD

Coach Robert Jones Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona

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Carleton Tourney Conference Meet Won 6

Moorhead State lor as College Stout State U. of Wis.- Mil. U. of Dubuque Stevens Point Stout State luthe r College Wheaton College

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Intra murals WATERPOLO CHAMPS (Flying Walruses) Row 1: P. Schmodt W Ebert. Row 2: W. Asing, G. Nardini, D. Stover, D. Segermark, C. Richards. (Not pocturcd was D. Mertes.)

INTRAMURAL CHAMPS {Aces) Row 1: R. Kratz, M. Flaherty, D. Meyers. Row 2: B. Hostettler, E Haakenson, Don Herrick, W Stephenson.

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Coach Madeo (Moon) Molinari

Baseball The Warriors opened the season losing to Loras College, 11 -4. They then made their annual southern trip and lost two games to Western Illinois, 4-2 and 3-0. The Peds returned home to battle St. Mary's and lost, 13-3. Back on the winning trail, the Warriors copped four straight victories before losing to La Crosse, 8-4. Victories compiled were in the conference, with doubleheader victories over Moorhead State, 8-6 and 5-3, and over Bemidji State with scores of 15-0 and 1 1-0. The first game featured a nohitter pitched by John Carter. Bob Behrens then pi tched the Warriors to a 6-3 victory over Carleton college and this was followed by a doubleheader victory over Stout State, 5-4 and 8-4. The Warriors then lost to St. Mary's and Loras Col lege by the scores of 7-2 and 10-1. However, the Warriors were not to be denied as they came back to post a doubleheader victory over St. Cloud State, 2-0 and 8-1. In the final crucial two-game series with Mankato, the Warriors lost both games, 1-0 and 3-1.

Dick Zack John Carter

Row 1: D Behrens, T. Franklin, T. O'Brien, D. Be berg, D. Montgomery, D. 1 imm, J . Miner, R. Hubbard. Row 2: Coach M. Molinari, J. Christenson, D. Segermark, F. Jaszewski, D. Zack, M. Vetrovec, J. Carter, B. Welch, Manager 0. Thompson.

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Track

Dick Anderson

Climaxed by a last p l ace finish in the conference meet, the 1957 Winona State track team hustled through a rebuilding season under new coach Robert Jones. The cindermen, weakened by inexperience and graduation faced a complete rebuilding job and went through the 1957 season with expectations for the 1958 season foremost in their minds. Besides pa rticipating in severa l dua l and quadrangular meets, the Warrior trackmen participated in the Carl eton Inv itat iona l and t he NAIA district meet at Mankato. Big point-getters for the Warriors were Jerry Tedrow in the 440-yard and 880yard runs; Jack Strommer in the distance runs and Pat Marren in the low h urdles and pole vault. Tedrow and Marren also qual ified in the NA IA district meet at Mankato.

Pat Marren 1957 SCORES Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona Winona

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Won 11

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Row 1: W. Asing, P. Marren, G. Schultz, B. Scott, P. Langstaff, H. Peterson, H. Stolzman, G. Lundberg. Row 2: Manager D. Sands, M. Rouse, J. McGinnis, L. Greenleaf, D. Kirsch, L. Gunhus, G. McCartney, D. Anderson, J. Slifka, M. Porter, D. Glazier, Coach Jones.

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Doug Page, Fred Weeman, Earl Buswell, Coach Owen.

Golf The Winona State golf team ended up its 1957 season with the identical record which they comoiled in 1956 of six wins, three losses and one tie. Bright spots of the season were the double wins over St. Mary's, the winning of the triangular meet at St. Thomas, the placing third in the con-

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ference meet at St. Cloud and the victory scored by Denny Syverson over Eau Claire's Glen Abrahamson which gave the Warriors a 8-7 revenge victory over Eau Claire. Matches during the season were dropped to Eau Claire and La Crosse.

Earl Buswell

Doug Page


Row 1: lrv Rickhe;m, Gary Evenson, Coach Dr McGown. Missing were Bob Thaldorf, Russ l und, and Russ Blankenfeld.

Tennis Winona State's tennis team finished a very successful 1957 season with a record of 4-2. The netmen led by number one and two men, Russ Blankenfeld and Gary Evenson showed very well last year as they took the team to victories over Rochester J. C., Eau Claire and St. Mary's and losses to Stout State and Eau Claire. The Warriors also finished fourth in the conference meet which was held at St. Cloud.

"W" Club . The "W" Club, the ath letic cl ub on campus, is made up of all letterwinners from the sports of intercollegiate competition: football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, wrestling and golf. The club's two fundamental purposes are: to instill in the student body the true ideals of sportsmanship in athletics and to stimulate interest and enthusiasm in all types of sports activities. Officers of the club were Rick Hubbard, president; Larry Whittier, vice president; and Don Klagge, treasurer. Dr. Luther McCown served as adviser to the club.

Row 1: L. Whittier, C. Reed. D. Stanton, T. Miner, J. May, W. Asing, D. Behrens, J Kaiser. Row 2: C. Richards, K. Miller, W. Ebert, R Hubbard, D. Page, E. Buswell, D. Klagge, G. Johnson, B. Welch. Row 3 : D Segermark, C. Schneider, G. Bundy, A. Maze, W. Puetz, G. Nardini, L. Pieper, J. Ganga, J. Carter. Row 4 : D. Brown, P. Marren, H. Espinda, L. Gunhus, J. Kern, C. Frisby, D. Montgomery. Row 5 : r. Weeman, A. Svenningson, B. Morse, G. lundberg,

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Row 1: S. Hartle, D. Bremer, T. Ahrens, C. Gislason, N. Tubb, P. Strah, D. Steffens. Row 2: Miss Moravec, M. Hopf, C. lawrence, H. Gallk J. Drenckhahn, l. Hoon, l. Schroeder, M. Kowaleski, M Arnold. Row 3: J. Schwantz, A. Miyazaki, J Stegen, C. Friday, B. Krieger, l larson, l laic;k, B. Tonsager. Row 4: N. Arnold, l. Anderson, M Culbertson, M. Tonsager, M. Meistad, D. Morikami, D. Kamld, D. K cfler. l. McK.,nzie. Row 5: C. Heaser M. Anderson, J. Fahey, S. lehman, J. Jacobson, J. Fend, l. Swearingen, B. Gates, D. Ambroscn, N. Shay.

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W.R.A. climaxed a busy and successful year by attending the State Play Day at the University of Minnesota . Other highlights of the year were intramura ls, coree nights, and sportdays. At St. Cloud a chamipon Winona volleyba ll team remained undefeated. W.R.A. al so assisted in planning the regional A. R. F. C. W. conference held at Camp Courage where delegates from five states met. Officers were president, Helen Gatzke; vice- president, Marian Culbertson; sec retary, D a i s y Morikami; co- rec chairman, Loui se Schroeder; orchesis leader, Nancy Tu bb; sports leaders, Margot Anderson, Jan Jacobson, Connie Gislason, Kathie Juhl, Doris Kamla, and Jeanne Stegen. Miss Moravec was advise r. Champio,,ship team.


Row 1· M. Hopi, T. Ahrens, C. Svenningson, B. Krieger, L. Hoon, D. Steffens, M. Arnold. Row 2: Miss Day, H. Gatzke, J . Stcg<'n C Frid,>y J. Drenckhahn, B. Tonsager, M Tonsager Row 3: S. Lang, M. Culbertson, J. Merchant, L. Larson, M. Mei· .tad, D. Norik~""''· 0. Kamla, L. Lajcik. Row 4: N. Arnold, M Anderson, L. Anderson, J. Fahey, B. Gates, L. Swearingen, D. Kit>ffcr, N Shay, L. McKinzie, B. Nyrud

W. P. E. The monthly meetings of the Women's P h y s i c a I Education Club have been devoted to topics of interest in the field of physical education. The members sold homecoming buttons, worked in the coa t checkroom at basketball games, sponsored a high school play day, and they helped wi th freshman physical examinations. The high point of the year occurred when eight members and two faculty advisers attended the sixtieth National Conference of the American Association for Health Physical Education and Recreation at Kansas City in April. Officers of the club were president, Barb Gates; vice president, Helen Gatzke; secretary, Charlotte Svenningson; and Play Day Chairman, Jeanne Stegen. Undefeated until tournaments.

Cheerleaders

G. Bergsrud, M. Tonsagcr, H Gatzke, C. Gislason, K. Juhl, L. Ruline. W. P. E. officers consult Miss Day.

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J. Schuldt, M. Engrav, A. Houser, N. Nelton, C. Johnson, K. Bioraker, N. Tubb, C. Glander, D. Radsek, J. Bauch, M. Olstad, B. Lewis, C. Heaser, M. Pickart, J. Bodein, l. McKenzie.

Warriorettes The Warriorettes are a new group that was formed this year. They were organized through a joint effort of Rick Hubbard, John May, and Nancy Tubb. The purpose of the team's organization was to form a precision dance and drill team on State's campus. The team performed during half-times of basketball games, and it also performed for tournament playoffs that were held in Memorial Hall. Response to the team was very good, and it appears to be on the road to success.

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Orchesis Orches1s is a modern dance grour. The purrose of the organization IS to provide body building exercise and to Cleate graceful 111terpretation of the dance. Thts year the group performed for Homecoming, and 1n October, Nancy Nel ton and Carol Fnclay attended a modern dance symposium a• Mankato State. Miss Moravec is the advtser for the group, and Nancy Tubb is the student leader.

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Freshman Orientation

Sock Hop Convocetl ions.

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Sock Hop Bop.

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Cendy and flowers for parents. Making tea preparations.

Parents' Day

Parents tour the dorms.

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Getting YWCA members.

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The ro,al court

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Chrislll1dS turkey.

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Programs for the Valentine Formal.

"My Funny Valentine ."

Winter Formal

Faculty at the formal.

More Wint-er Activities

Mrs. Eugenie Anderson speaks in assembly. Student Commission elect ions.

Kappa Delta Pi Honor Tea.

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J udy Bauc h

A-Fair To Remember

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Geography at its best.

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John May and Pete Schmidt on phy ed.

Student Teaching

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D. Brencqan in Phelps iunior h igh.

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Try to hit the wastebasket, please!

Protecting our coun:ry?

ldC'a l studying conditions.

Between Classes

More \nork fo r the janitor.

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"Wha t's for supper?"

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Wenonah Staff Editor Business Managers Art Editor Layout Manager Faculty Classes Organizations Student Life Women's Sports

Anita Mrozek King Miller, Dave Porter Harold Grabitzke Don Verkins _ Georgia Stiehl Pat Kelm, Pat Severson

Men's Spo rts

Mary C. Thompson, Nancy Sperbeck Evelyne Buhler, Nancy Van Allen Barbara Steege _ Pete r Schmidt

Photographer

Ro llie Finner

Assistants: Pat Claire Anita Houser Deanna Harders Claude Kremer

Adviser

Louise Schroeder Nancy Nelton Carol Friday Rose Warner

Mr. Jesson

Our apprec1at1on to Mr. Ralph Behling, the Winona Daily N ews for pictures, and to Durfey and Edstrom' s Studios for photography.

lf./ith our backs to the past, we leave these crossroads and face the future. For some just approilching these crossroads, new experiences ilnd satisfactions l ie ahead. For th ose leaving, there are new responsibilities, new adventu res . With a sense of pride and humility, we now raise our sights toward wider horizons and new crossroad s.

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Index A

Abraham, Richard 53. Abts, Nathan 53. Abts, Norris 18, 50, 53. Accola, Curtis 37, 65. Adler, Sebastian 18. Ahrens, Thelma 18, 52, 64, 88, 89. Albrecht, Mary 37. Altobell, Carol 37. Ambrosen, Donna 18, 47, 48, 64, 88. Anderson, Laurie 37, 48, 88, 89. Anderson, Margot 88, 89. Anderson, Richard 51, 79, 85. Anderson, Ronald 35, 71. Andrzejek, James 35, 64. Arko, Robert 35, 48, 64, 78. Arnold, Marjorie 18, 48. Arnold, Muriel 37, 47, 88, 89. Arnold, Nancy 35, 47, 88, 89. Asing, Wayne 34, 71, 82, 85, 87. Auseth, Clarence 50. Averill, Richard 34, 50, 51. B

Backus, Helen 37, 48, 56, 57, 64. Ballinger, Ralph 37, 48, 63. Banick, June 37, 65. Barber, Donald 35. Barnum, George 37, 65. Bauch, Judy 35, 42, 56, 57, 61, 64, 89. Searson, Darrell 35, 43, 49, 50, 56, 57. Beberg, Richard 18, 64, 84, Behnke, Richard 35, 78. Behrens, Don 74, 75, B4, 87. Benedett, CCarol 18, 59, 61. Bening, Ardyce 18, 48, 65. Benner, Jean K. 35, 48. Benson, Dorothy 35, 48, M. Berg, George 18. Berg, Richard 35. Berg, Robert 19, 51. Berge, Abbie 34, 48. Bergl in, Bruce 35, 64. Bergsgaard, lois 37. Bergsrud, Gilbert 19, 43, 45, 56, 57, 89. Bernard, Arleta 37. Berndt, Norlean 35, 60, 65. Best, Marcia 35, 48, 61, 65. Bjoraker, Kathryn 19, 48, 50, 64, 90. Blumentritt, Darlene 19, 65. Bodien, Judith 35, 48, 60, 65, 89. Bohrnstedt, George 35, 48, 59, 60, 61, 62, 64. Bonow, Daniel 34. Bos, Betty 48, 55, 65. Boyce, Sandra 37. Boyum, Bertha 19. Brace, Leonard 19, 53. Bratrud, William 50. Bremer, Doris 19, 42, 47, 64, 88. Brenegan, Duane 19. Brenna, Rita 19, 48, 64. Brcnno, Duane 49, 50.

Brewer, Daniel 48, 49, 66. Briesath, Irene 35. Brosseth, Carol 34, 48, 51, 55, 64. Brosseth, Ruth 37, 64. Brown, Leonard 37. Brown, Richard 70, 87. Brueske, Franklin 19. Brunner, Janet 34, 46, 48. 64. Brusehaver, Duane 35, 52. Brust, J ames 37, 56, 57. Bublitz, Robert 20. Buelow, Walter 37. Buettner, Carol 37. Buhler, Ernest 20, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 52, 63. Buhler, Evelyne 20, 42, 45, 46, 47, 48, 51, 54. Bundy, David 48. Bundy, Gary 34, 72, 87. Burke, Roger 20, 50. Burmeister, F. Keith 34. Buswell, Earl 35, 7 4, 75, 86, 87. Buswell, Wayne 52. Butler, Richard 31, 35.

c Ca ldwell, David H. 34, 53. Cameron, Robert 37. Campbell, Bonnie 37. Carlson, Catherine 35, 48. Carlson, Kathryn 35, 60, 64. Carlson, Vernon 35, 49, 50. Carlund, Warren 34, 53. Carroll, Lance 38. Carroll, Roger 50. Carter, John 20, 64, 84, 87. Chamberlain, Karen 20, 46, 48, 59, 61, 63, 66. Chandler, Tom 56, 57, 79. Checkalski, Arnold 20, 59, 60, 62, 64. Christensen, Eugene 38,, 64. Christopher, Dorothy 35, 48, 64. Christopherson, Mary 38, 48, 64. Chrysler, Dale 20, 64. Cieminski, Allan 78. Cieminski, Nicholas 38. Cierzen, William 20. Clare, Patricia 38, 48, 54, 55. Claussen, Marilyn 38, 48, 65. Claussen, Roman 20, 44, 46, 48, 51, 55, 56, 57, 64. Collins, Gary A. 47. Col ness, Marolyn 21, 48, 65. Conway, Thomas 38, 60. Cornel ius, John 34. Costello, Connie 38, 64. Crimmins, Katie 21, 46, 48. Crouch, Nancy 38, 60, 63. Crum, Clarence 35. Culbertson, Marion 34, 48, 50, 88, 89. D

Dammann, Eugene 38, 65.

Darling, Don 21, 44. Darrah, Gail 34. Decker, Norman 2 1, 50. De Lozier, John 80. De Vries, Carol 38. De Witte, Ellen 21, 48, 64. Diderrich, Ardena 21, 47. Doerer, Robert 38. Doerer, William 56. Dolan, Ann 35, 64. Dorn, Raymond 21. Drenckhahn, Jane 35, 65, 88, 89. Dresser, Gerald 34. Duane, Frances 38. E

Eberhard, Philip D. 21, 64. Eberhard, William 34, 62. Ebert, Wayne 21, 70, 82, 87. Edwards, Donna 38, 61, 63. Eglinton, Sylvia 34, 56, 64. Eide, Janice 21. Elliott, J ames 22, 66. Engrav, Marie 35, 44, 56, 90. Erding, David 22, 53, 64. Erdmann, David 36, Erdmann, Dona ld 38. Erdmann, Rona ld 38. Erickson, Martin 36. Erpelding, Donald 34, 48, 52. Erpelding, James 52. Eskelson, Gerald 22, 50. Espinda, Herbert 36, 74, 75, 78, 87. Esson, Rhoda 38, 47. Evans, Eleanor 36, 48, 59, 61, Evenson, Gary 36, 87. F

Fahey, Joan 38, 47, 88, 89. Farnholtz, Wayne 34. Felsch, Dorothy 36, 61. Fe lsch, John 38, 60, 6 1, 65. Fend, Joan 22, 48, 88. Fend, John 38. Fenwick, Richard 34, 48, 49, 66. Ferrier, Burton 34, 42, 48, 52. Feuerhelm, Diane 38. Fiedler, Don 38. Fiedler, William 22. Finner, Roland 36, 49, 54, 55, 59, 60, 61. Fisk, Barbara 22, 49, 51, 55, 56, 64. Flaherty, Martin 22, 48, 49, 52, 64, 82. Fleener, Willis 66. Flemming, Donald 36. Fosburgh, Don 34, 57, 64. Franklin, Thomas 36, 49, 64, 84. Friday, Carol 34, 46, 48, 51, 88, 89. Frisby, Charles 34, 42, 87. Frost, Charlene Bittle 22, 51, 65. Fuller, Elaine 22, 46, 48, 66.

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Gabryck, Richard 80. Gallien, Richard 62. Gang a , John 70, 87. Gappa, Judith 38. Gates, Barbara 22, 88, 89. Gatzke, Helen 34, 47, 48, 88, 89. Gaulke, Charles 36, 74 . Gegen, Michael 38, 64. Gerry, Carolyn 38, 60, 61 , 64. Gilbertson, Cami lle 34. Gillespie, Robert 38. Ginther, George 23. Gislason, Connie 23, 88, 89. Glander, Connie 38, 56, 57, 90. Glatch, Rochelle 38, 64. Glazier, David 38, 72, 85. Gleason, Gerald 59, 60, 61 , 62. Glove r, Ma rgie 36, 59, 61 , 63. Goetzman, Allen 36. Goetzman, Gayle 38, 48, 64. Grabitzke, Harold 34, 5 1, 54, 58. Graven ish, Marlys 36, 57, 59, 60, 61 , 65. Greden, David 23, 50. Greenleaf, L. 36, 63, 85. Grimes, Donald 23. Grob, Joan 34, 48, 64. Gruden, John 36, 64. Guenther, Emil 34, 60, 62. Gunhus, Lorry 36, 72, 74, 85, 87. H

Haakenson, Eugene 49, 82. Haas, Edna Kay 38, 64. Hackett, Jack 34, 70. Hahn, William 34, 46, 48, 59, 60, 61. Haigh, Willard 23. Hall , William 38. Hallberg, Sally 34, 48, 55. Hallman, Patricia 34, 48, 58, 64. Halvorson, Elaine 23. Haney, Barbara 38, 56. Hannon, Elmer 23. Hanse n, Gwen 66. Hanson, Curtis 38, 78. Hanson, Marilyn 36, 48, 52 ,56, 60. Happel, Charlotte 38, 48. Harders, Deanna 56. Hardtke, Jeannine 34, 48. Hargesheimer, William 38 . Harris, David 38, 5 I, 55. Hart le, Sally 38, 54, 66, 88. Haugstad, Catherine 23, 48, 59, 64. Ha,ISer, Sylvan 38. Hawkenson, Sandra 36, 56, 57, 66. Head, Patricia 23, 48, 62. Hea ly, William E. 36, 49, 64. Heaser, Consta nce 36, 48, 5 2, 56, 64, 88, 90. Heikes, Margaret 34, 48, 63, 66. Helgerson, Joanne 36. He lgerson, Roger 36, 64, 65, 80. Hentg es, Ge rald 36.

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He ymans, Roger 38. Himebaugh, Shirley 38, 59, 60. Hinkly, Ray 38. Hodgi ns, Walter 50. Hoeppner, Charles 23. Hofland, Edwina 38, 55. Ho ft, Mary 38, 44, 88, 89. Hollander, J ohn 49, 50. Holman, Na ncy 38. Holsapple, Larry 36. Honda, Earl 36. Hoon, Laura 36, 63, 88, 89. Hopkins Margaret 34, 49, 56. Hostettle r, William 82. Houser, Anita 36, 48, 57, 64, 90. Hubbard, Richard 24, 43, 45, 84, 87. Hughes, Earl 36, 60, 61. Humberg, Robert 36. Huseby, Go rdon 38, 64. Huttemeier, Marri 38, 47, 48.

lmm, Ervin 38, 61. lmm, Ivan 38. ltomura, Sachiko 24. ltomu ra, Sue ko 24.

Kinyon, Katherine 38. Kirsch, Richard 38. Klagge, Donald 74, 75, 87. Klein, Robert 36, 59, 60, 61, 62. Kleinschmidt, Michael 36. Know lton, Al ice 24. Knowl ton, Bruce 25, 57. Knutson, Nola 34, 48, 57, 64. Kohama, Melvyn 38, 72. Kohner, Terrence 38. Kolb, Karen 38. Kowaleski, Mary 25, 5 0, 64, 88. Kragness, Kath ryn M. 36, 48, 64, Kra ning , Alan 79. Kratz, Roland 79. Kratz, Ronald 38, 42, 43, 82. Kra use, Roger 34. Kreidermacher, Frank 3 8 . Kremer, Claude 25, 55. Krieger, Beverly 25, 44, 45, 48, 52, 64, 88, 89. Kuehl, William 34, 43, SO, 64. Kukows ki, Sally 36. Kukowski, Thomas 38. Kulas, John 34. Kuro yama, Harriet 25.

J J ackson, Sharon 34, 48. Jacobson, Janice 34, 48, 64, 88. Jaeger, Darrel 38. J ereczek, Michael 38. Jick, Doris 38, 48, 56, 64. Johns, He rbe rt 59, 61, 64. Johnson, Charlotte 36, 48, 61, 64 . Johnson, Glen 36, 72, 80, 81, 87. Johnson, Gloria 38. J ohnson, Lowell 34, 59, 60, 61, 62. Johnson, Norman 38. Johnson, Phyll is 24. Johnson, Russe ll 38, Johnson, Sandra 38, 64. Juhl, Katherine 36, 89. Justin, Gera ld 50.

K Kaehler, William 24. Kaiser, Evelyn 62. Kaiser, J on 36, 7 4, 75, 87. Kamla, Doris 36, 88, 89. Kamla, Richard 36, 49, 51. Ka row, Dale 36, 49, 56, 57, 66. Kaste, Howard 60, 62. Ka uphusman, Barbara A. 24, 48, 64. Keller, David 38, 49. Keller, Lois 36, 61. Kelley, Frank 24, 58, 59, 60, 61. Kelm, Patricia 24, 45, 46, 47, 48, 51, 54, 57, 66. Kern, James 24, 65, 87. Kieffer, Dorothy Ann 34, 48, 64, 88, 89. Kilkelly, Daniel 34, 64, 72. King, Carol 34, 48, 65,

Lager, Junior 36. Lajcik, Lorna 38, 47, 88, 89. La ndro, John 25, 49, 50, 56 , 61, 64. Landro, Ken neth 36, 42, 43 . Landro, Mary 25, 48, 64. Lang, Neal 34, 42, 43, 44, 5 1, 57. Lang, Sharon 38, 47, 89. Langstaff, Paul 38, 85. Larson, Burton 34, 50 . Larson, Diane 25, 46. Larson, Helen 36, 64. Larson, Louise 36, 48, 56, 64, 88, 89. Latcham, Marilyn 25, 48. Law rence, Carol 39, 88. Lehmann, Sara 39, 63, 88. Lemieux, Leo 36. Leonard, Ri chard 34. Lew is, Beverly 36, 42, 56, 64, 90. Lieberman, Donna 25, 48, 56. Liskow, Ly le 34, 53. Litcher, John 39, 60, 65. Livingood, Milton 63. Loitz, Roland 36, 79. Lord, Suzanne 39. Lovaas, Marion 26, 48, 55, 56, 63. Ludwitzke, Dennis 26, 48, 56, 59, 60. Lundberg, Eugene 36, 86, 87. Ly ndahl, Ann 26, 48, 55, 56, 64. M

McBride, Sally 26, 48, 59, 61. McCarl, John 39, 55. McCartney, Gene 72, 80, 85. McCartney, Gerald 39, 79. McCloskey, James 36.


Index McCormick, Michael 36, 51, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61 ' 62, 64. McDermott, Gene 34. McGiinch, Michae l 26, 49, 64. McKenzie, Li ll ian 39, 63, 88, 89, 90. McMillen, Leland 26. McNallan, Yvonne 34, 48, 56, 64. Mackey, Richard 36. Madison, Sharon 26. Majerus, AI Jean 39, 64. Ma jerus, Beverl y 36, 48, 51, 56, 57, 64. Malewicki, Duayne 26, 42, 45, 46, 51, 59, 60, 61, 62. Mallinger, James 34, 49, 56, 64. Mangen, Lois 39. Manz, Donald 36. Marren, Patrick 34, 74, 75, 85. Mason, Patricia 39. Matho t, John 36. May, Joh n 26, 45, 47, 50, 64, 70, 87. Maze, Arthur 26, 49, 52, 64, 87. Meinke, David 39. Meistad, Marlys 36, 89. Merchant, Joan 36, 89. Mertes, Dave 27, 45, 71. Meyer, Ardell 39. Meyer, Donna 39, 42, 65. Meyer, Doris 39. Meyers, Donald 34, 82. Mille r, Jerry 39. Miller, King 70, 87. Mills, Norbert 36, 56, 57. Mine r, Tho mas 87. Mitchell, Patricia 36. Miyazaki, Tsuyaki 65, 88. Modrzejewski, Thomas 39. Moeller, Darlene 34, 48. Moen, Robert 34. Mollet, Loren 27. Montgomery, Dale 87. Morika mi, Daisy 36, 65, 88, 89. Morse, Bill 34, 71, 72, 75, 87. Morse, Katherine 27, 46, 51, 52. Mo rtime r, Patricia 39. Motzko, Robe rt 34, 48, 51, 52. Mrachek, Ronald 27, 50. Mrozek, Anita 27, 48, 49, 54, 56, 57, 64. Mulholland, Ceci l 34, 48. Mun kel, Robert 39. Myer, AI 50. Myers, Norbert 34. Myers, Raymond 34, 53. Myhre, Caro lyn 27, 48, 64.

Nickel, Curtis 36, 49, 52. Niemeyer, Marvin 39. Noland, Stanley 27. Nyberg, Marlyce 34, 48, 56, 64. Nyrud, Bea 39, 60, 89. 0 Olson, Anna Joyce 27, 46, 48, 63. Olson, Gary 50. Olstad, Marilyn 27, 42, 46, 48, 56, 64. O'Reilley, Larry 36. Osborn, Lucille 28, 48, 59, 61, 63. Ottoson, Richard 28, 50. Oxley, Darlene 35, 52. Ozmun, Richard 39. p

Page, Douglas 35, 78, 86, 87. Page, Harriet 63, 66. Palmer, David 28. Pankratz, Tom 36. Papenfuss, Elaine 36, 65. Pasvoge l, Kay Weseman 28, 48. Paulson, Norman Jerome 39, 60, 62. Pehler, George 35, 64. Pellowski, A. Ben jamin 28, 49, 64. Pelowski, Mary Ellen 36, 64. Peterson, Barbara 28, 45, 46, 47, 48, 58. Peterson, Harvey 35, 48, 52, 85. Peterson, Sandra 39, 42, 56, 57. Peterson, Sharon 39, 64. Phillips, John 39. Pickart, Mary Ann 36, 90. Pieper, Bernhard 39, 64, 80. Pieper, LaVerne 28, 47, 52, 70, 72 80, 87. Pierce, Michael 39, 55, 56, 57. Pilarski, Philip 28. Podany, Patricia 28. Porter, Michael 39, 60, 62, 64, 78, 85. Pretzer, Annette 28. Price, Roger 35. Prigge, William 39. Prondzinski, David 39, 74, 78, Pronschins ke, J oAnn 39. Pronsch inske, Leo 35, 49, 52. Pue tz, Walter J. 29, 71, 87. Q

Quirin, Donald H. 29, 52. Quirin, Mrs. Marian 29. Q uist, J ohn 37, 64, 72.

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Nag le, Boyd 39. Nardi ni, Eugene 34, 53, 71 ,82, 87. Ne lson, Albert 36. Ne lson, Clayton 27, 48, 50, 64. Nelson, Duayne 36, 52. Ne lson, Nancy 39. Ne lto n , David 36. Nelton, Nancy 36, 5 1, 54, 55, 56, 60, 90. Newman, J udith 39, 64.

Radsek, Darlene 29, 56, 57, 90. Raine, A rd e th 61, 63. Raschke, Ke nneth 52, 63. Reed, Harold 53. Reed, Richard 29, 53. Reid, He len 37. Re ihsen, Marvin 39. Reitan, Gary 39.

Rekstad, Alice 37. Renslo, Robert 39. Rhoades, Bruce 39. Rice, Myron 39. Rice, Ovia 29. Richards, Car l 29, 72, 82, 87. Richman, John 29. Rickheim, Ervin 35, 74, 75, 87. Roccon i, Roger 37. Roffler, Elaine 37. Rose, Edward 39. Rost, Mary 35, 63. Ro u se, Marvin 39, 42, 47, 72, 85. Ruline, Leona 29, 89. Russett, Delores 51. Ryan, Patricia 37, 64. Rydman, Ralph 29.

s Sackett, Kathleen 30. Sanden, Charles 52. Sanderson, Dean 47, 80, 81. Sands, David 31, 85. Satter, Arnold 72. Schaub, Stanley 30. Schierholt, Don 52. Schmidt, J. George 39. Schmidt, Peter 30, 82. Schmoll, Kenneth 39. Sch neider, Charle s 87. Schnirring, Erwin 30, 53. Schnur, Robert 39. Schoenrock, James 30, 44. Schreiber, David 35, 47. Schroeder, Grace 39. Schroeder, Louise 30, 46, 48, 64, 88. Schuldt, J oyce 39, 64, 90. Schultz, Richard 39. Schulz, Glenn 37, 66, 80, 85. Schulz, Jim 35, 37, 56, 57. Schumacher, Dolores 30, 48 . Schwager, Mary 39. Schwager, Susan 37, 44, 48, 65. Schwantz, Janet 37, 48, 88. Schwind, Howard 59, 6 1, 63, 65. Scott, Robert 37. Segale, R. 64. Sege rmark, Don 30, 53, 71 , 82, 84, 87. Selke, Gordon 50. Severson, Pat 30, 43, 44, 45, 56, 48, 51, 54, 57, 58, 60, 64. Shay, Nan cy 39, 66, 88, 89. Sheehan, James 30. Simon, Ann 37. Skogstad, Michae l 39. Slifka, James 39, 85. Smith, Ju lie 3 1, 50. Smith, Kendall 31 , 59, 6 1, 63, 64. Smith, Peggy 35, 50. Solberg, Milton 39. Spande, Dean 47. Spande, Dennis 49. Sperbeck, Nancy 31, 44, 48, 54, 55, 56, 60, 61.

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Sprenger, George 39. Stanton, Richard 37, 87. Steffens, Dorothy 39, 88, 89. Steichen, Jeanette 37. Streichen, Jeanette 37. Steivang, Julie 39. Stensrud, Richard 35. Stephenson, Thomas 39. Stephenson, Walter 37, 56 57, 64, 82. Stiehl, Georgia 37, 47, 48, 59, 6 1, 65. Stone, Ronald 35, 53. Storhoff, Wallace 31, 49. Stover, Dave 37, 70, 82. Stow, Donald 35, 48, 49, 59, 60, 61, 63. Strah, Patricia 39, 59, 61 , 65. Strand, Gavin 31. Strand, Verda 37. Strand, Vernon 37, 50, 5 7. Stueve, R. 35. Sulack, Richard 37. Sultze, Dorothy 35, 48, 49, 65. Sunde, Jane 39. Suttie, Muriel 3 1, 46, 56, 57. Svenningson, AI 31 , 42, 45, 74, 87. Svenningson, Charlotte 35, 42, 48, 88 , 89. Swearingen, La Rue 31, 45, 47, 48, 88, 89.

T The ios, Kaliope 31, 44, 45, 48, 49, 56, 57. Theis, Patricia 55, 64. Thery, J ean 35.

Thies, Margaret 39. Thomforde, Larry 47. Thompson, Mary Claire 35, 48, 51 , 54, 56, 64. Thompson, Orrel 31. Thompson, Richard 37, 49, 50. Todd, Keith 5 2, 70. Todd, Sandra 37. Toensing, Norman 35, 48, 49. To lzman, Nyles 37. Tonsager, Bonnie 37, 88, 89. Tonsager, Margo 37, 47, 88, 89. Torgerson, Jane t 32. Troke, Donald 32. True, Douglas 80, 81. Tschida, Kenneth 35, 50, 6 4. Tubb, Nancy 35, 44, 48, 56, 57, 66, 88, 90. Tushaus, Herman 39.

u Unasch, Daryl 35.

v Valdovinos, Lavonne 35, 59, 6 1. Van Allen, Nancy 32, 48, 54, 59. Vathing, Shirley 32. Vatter, Sharon 64. Verkins, Donald 54. Voelker, J ohn 59, 60, 6 1.

Vollme r, Kay 52.

w Waldron, J. 60, 61. Walhus, Sharon 60, 64. Wanek, Edward 35. Warner, Rose Marie 32, 56, 57, 64. Way, Kathalyn 48, 51, 5 6, 57, 63. Weeman, Fred 32, 74, 75, 86, 87. Welch, Robert 71, 74, 75, 7B, 84, 87. Wheeler, Dorothy 48, 5 2, 58, 65. Whi llock, Ivan 35, 51, 58. Whitcomb, Barbara 65. White, Grant 31, 43, 46. Whittier, Lawrence 35, 47, 72, 87. Wilkes, Dean 32. Williams, Harold 63. Wilson, JoAnn 65. Wolfe, Duane 37. Wolff, Frances 65. Wooden, James 35, 53. Wunderlich, Charles 35.

y Yotter, Harold 32, 52.

z Zack, Richard 34, 84. Zbylick i, Mary J une 37, 48, 64. Zierdt, Jack 48, 65. Zimmer, Merlin 72.

Faculty and Organizations A

Aarestad, Amanda 9, 48. Adams, F. R. 9. Arnold, L. A. 9. 8

Band 60. Bard, Agnes 9, 61. Baptist Student Foundation 66. Bartsch, Mildred 9. Baseball 84. Baske tba ll 74. Be hling, Ralph 9, 66. Behnke, Mrs. Sharon 13. Bock, Mrs. Phyllis 12. Bodden, William 12. Boddy, Margaret 9. Bode, Maria n 9, 58. Bowma n, D. Harold 9. Bradford Club 65. Bremer, Adolph 9. Business Club 50.

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Capron, Hugh 9, 53. Cheerleaders 89. Chorus 61. Christenson, George 9. Class Officers 42.

D Dalleska, Judith 13. Davis, E. M. 9. Davis, Marian 9. Day, Susan 9, 89. de Groot, Ange lyn 13. Donath, Elizabe th 14, 46. Dorm Councils 47. Duel, Mrs. John 14. Dunlay, Kathryn 12. E

Emanuel, Joseph 10, 5 2. English Club 51.

Foster, Opal 13. Freshmen 36. Fuglsby, G. L. 10, 53. Fuller, John J. 10. Fuller, Mrs. John J. 13. G

Gamma Delta 65. Ga rlid, Georgia 13, 64. Golf 86. Griffeth, Fae 47. Grimm, Wa lter 10, 59, 6 1. Gulick, Luther 10. Guthrie, Harold 10. H

Hayes, Richard 13. Heyer, Fred 10, 60, 62. Hopf, Mrs. Ruth 10, 50. Hopkins, Richard 10.

F Finch, Gertrude 10, 50. Fishbaugher, G. E. 10. Football 70.

Industrial Arts Club 53. 1ntramurals 82. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 63.


Faculty and Organizations J Jackson, Harry 10, 53. Jacobsen, Edward 14. Jederman, F. A. 10. Jesson, Edward 10, 51, 54, 55. Jones, Robert 11, 73, 80, 81, 85. Juniors 34.

N Nelson, Aug usta 11. Nelson, Mrs. Marilyn 14. Newman Club 64.

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0 Opsahl, J ames 11. Orchesis 91. Orientation Team 44. Owen, Russell 11, 73, 75, 86.

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Kappa De lta Pi 46. Ka ppa Pi 58. Kryzsko, S. J. 8.

Talbot, Jean 12. Talle, Magda 13. Taylor, Stanley 12. Tennis 87. Thurston, Alice 14. Track 85.

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Valentine, Mrs. Norma 12. Van Alstine, F. L. 12. Voorhees, James 12, 79, 82.

R Radio Guild 57. Ragar, E. L. 11 , 66. Raymond, M. R. 8. Reidelberger, J acque 11. Reiter, Cleo 13.

w "W" Club 87. Warriorettes 90. Wedul, M. 0. 12, 48. Wenonah 54. Wenonah Players 56. Wesley Foundation 63. Whitesel, Theodore 12. Who's Who 45. Wilson, J ames 12. Winonan 55. Winona State Speech Association 57. Women's Physical Education Club 89. Women's Recreation Association 88. Wrestling 80.

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Sabin, Mrs. James 14. Safranek, Bernice 14. Safranek, Mrs. Jean 14. Science Club 52. Sherman, Ruth 13. Simons, Lois 12. Sophomores 35. Student Commission 43. Student NEA 48. Sudia, Theodore 12. Swecker, Zoe 12. Swimming 79. Swing Band 62.

Kline Electric ELECTRICAL SUPP LIES

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Young Democrats 49. Young Republicans 49. Young Women's Christian Association 47.

FINEST IN PHOTOS BY . . .

AND CONSTRUCTION

122 W. 2nd St.

Phone 5512

FINNER Van's Town Market 4 17 WEST SARNIA PHONE 4328

Ope n week days & all day Sunday 6:30 -9:00 Gene ral Grocery Merchandise

ARCADI A WISCONSIN

Miscel laneous Artic les

117


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

BROWN DRUG Home of Cosmetics

• You're always welcome at Choate 's .. . where you'll find complete selections of famousname women's fa shions, hats, accessories, children's clothing, home furn ishings and appliances, as well as greeting ca rds, gifts and records. Visit us soon-and often !

REVLON

DOROTHY GRAY BONNE BELL

117 W. Third

• DU BARRY LANVIN

Phone 4932

PHILIP BAUMANN AGENCY, INC.

H. Choate & Company T he Oldest Department Store West of the Mississippi Established 186 1

Complete Insurance Service

213 Center St.

Phone 2849 2840

Winona, Minnesota

If You Don't Know Furniture

East End Coal and Cement Products Co. CONCRETE WAYLITE BLOCKS COMMANDER COAL

901 E. 8th

Phone 3389

COMPLIMENTS O F

Boerst Milk &Ice Cream "Division of Land 0' Lakes" 401 E. Fifth

1 18

Phone 6943

Know Your Dealer!"

HOLMQUIST Stop and Shop Furniture 218 Main

Dial 3240


COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE

5th a t Johnson

Phone 5952

1fJedate't 'a

Dairy Bar For a Quick Snack, T ry Our

SUPPER CLUB 176 W. Th ird St.

HOME MADE PIE, CAKE, ICE CREAM

Winona, Minn.

Phone 2643

or SANDWICHES and FRENCH FRIES 114 East Third St.

Phone 2646

Compliments of 1

Winona Vet s Cab Co. Phone 3354

Let's have a cheer, a big cheer!

Steel Welded Rings

Special Wire Shapes

Peerless Chain Company Chain Manufacturers Complete Li ne of Tire Chains Fo·r Passenger Cars, Trucks and Tractors Complete Line of Ind ustrial and Ha rdware Chain Office and Factory

W inona, Minnesota

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on hand! WINONA, MINNESOTA Your nei)Oiit

lnsurecl by

William Wilbert Vault Co.

Federal Deposit lnsuraMe Ccroorallon

M. Libera Sons Co. Groceries ·· Fresh Meats

1635 WEST Fl FTH STREET

General Merchandise - Shoes

Winona, Minnesota

682- 686 W. Fi ft h St. Phones 282 1 - 2822

Complimen ts of

Jake's Cities Service Saving You More . , .

Main Highways and Main Streets bul only one

MAIN TAVERN

Serving You Better! PHONE 98 10

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SWEDE A ND VERA HEGG


Compliments of

Winona Fire & Power Co. Setchele- Carlson T.V. Seigler Oil Burners

" Home of Florsheim Shoes"

Complete Line of Kelvinator Appliances

57 West Third Winona

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211 E. Third

Minnesota

Phone 5065

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The Star Shoe Repair Shop Cleaning, Dying and EXPERT SHOE REPA IRING 114 Center St.

The Warner & Swasey Co. Badger Division HOPTO DIGGERS 1124 W. Fifth Street Phone 8-1563

Winona, Minn.

Punch after the Homecoming variety show.

ENRICHED

INGOL FLOUR

BAY STATE MILLING CO. WINONA, MINN.

121



"FOR BETTER SHOES"

Steinbauer's

Local Bus Transportation and Charter Service

Shoes

Winona Transit Co.

69 W. Third Street WINONA

YOUR CITY BUS LINE

Telephone 2002-275 East Third St.

UPHOLSTERING

RUG.am{'CARPET

···AWNINGS

CLEANING ...

Drapes and Slip Cover Making

Sew, Bind and Lay Rugs

Rugs & Carpets & Custom - Made Drapes

Best Wishes to .. . WINONA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Compliments of

The Merchants • National Bank of WINONA "WI NONA'S LARGEST BANK"

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Light Lunches - Malh - Sundaes

Kalmes Tire Service VULCANIZING

REPAIRING

Howie's Varsity Inn .. Our ll th year of "Business Based on Friendliness"

RECAPPING

Popcorn - Sodas - Lunches 116 W. Second

Phone 2847

Fourth and Johnson

123


Dorn 's I. G. A. Store Groceries

Meats

"We Got It, We Can Get

Vegetables

lt~Or

P. Earl Schwab

It' s Not Mode"

General Building Construction "WE DELIVER" 500 HUFF STREET

WINONA, MINN.

Phone 3052

HOTEL WINONA

Winona, Minn.

Welcome5 You

for Banquets-Try our .

Flamingo Room or

Sky

Room

for informa l entertainment see our . .

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?lttututp{d ietUHH Coffee Shop ,.

Jones & Kroeger Company

Goltz Pharmacy

Printers and Stationers Winona, Minnesota

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274 E. Third

Phone 2547


Congratulations Graduates We Hope You Wi ll Find The Wealth of Happiness Which Comes From Serving Othe rs In T eaching, Your Noble Profession

Mississippi Vtllley Public Service Co.

Whe n You Want

Markle Stevenson Oil Co. Phones 6091 - 2560

REAL ENT ERTAINMENT Go To

Hardt's Music Store Records, Sheet Music,

30 Years of Depe ndable

Radio Phonographs and Electrical

Service

Merchand ise

Pletke's

Kritchman and Gautsch

I I 3 East Third Street

FINE FOODS

Office Equipment Co. Mrs. Steven's Candy Authorized Underwood Dealer W e carry a complete line of BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOOD

Phone 9 577

Winona, Minn.

PORTRAITS BY

/(icharJ oil/

Briesath' s Highway Shell U. S. Highway 61 and Orrin Street PHONE 9820 W INONA

69 E. 4th St.

MINNESOTA

Phone 2936

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National Tea Company

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"Saving You More" "Serving You Better"

Hot Fish Shop and

STANDARD FISH MARKET

Rademachers

South Mankato Avenue PAINT

Winona, Minn.

Phone 5002

GLASS

59 W est Second Street

Henry H. Kowalewski, prop.

Royal Yellow Cab V4 Century Dependable Service Phone 3331

Hamm's Distributing Co.

Aksel Andersen Furniture and Interior Decorating Carpeting l 03- l 05-107 Center Street Winona

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WINONA

M INNESOTA


Compliments of

STATE THEATRE Ford Sales & Service COMPLIMENTS OF THE

Williams Book & Stationery Store Owl Motor Company Fourth and Main

s

Home Furniture

CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS INC.

Winona's Newest and Largest Furniture Store. Completed in 1955, overlooking Lake W inona on U.S. Highways 61 & 14

Phone 2888

- 350 East Sarnia. Pl enty of Free Parking.

John Sherman

& Sons

Wholesale Plumbing & Heati ng Supplies Established in 1905 123 WEST THIRD ST REET Winona, Minn. We love him just the same.

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He re's w hat goes on under the table!

Compliments of Your

Ed Buck's Camera Shop

WEBB

W inona's Comple te Phot ographic Store

SERVICE STATIONS

Studio Greeting Cards

Cut Price . Since 1923

One Day Photofinishing GO W EBB " More Go Per Ga ll on"

On Main St ... Next to Post Office

Z, tued..

McVey's Ice Cream Shop

Studio

W e hope we have done our part toward making you r yea r

Comme rcia l & Portrait

a p leasan t one

Photography 209 J ohnson

7564

4 5 1 Huff Street

,.JI ~ ~ 1\R Sam •s Mileage Service Co rne r of HUFF & SARNIA Phone 9834 W inona, Minn . Sam Morken, owner

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MEN'S WEAR Corne r T hird and Mai n WINONA, MI NN.

"IJ.t/June Man .1&- Kbuj" Phone 4300


The Tops in Dry Cleaning

Haddad's 3 Hour Cleaning (on Request ) In By 10 A.M.

Out By 5 P. M.

"What a campaign! He taking me to dinn e r at Williams Hotel & Annex!" Just start out with a dinner date And with that girl you'll really rate.

Compliments of

Sa lets DEPARTMENT STORE

Northern field Seed Co.

Compl iments of

If It Grows ... It Grows Better With

HENRY BURTON (Bob Schuh)

(Fred Heyer)

And His Orchestra

*$uper {iro Organic Soil Builder for Farm and Home A Product of No rthern Field Seed Co. " Since 1917" Winona's Oldest Seed Dealer

Compliments of

Winona Milk Company Di stributors of Quality Dairy Products

Chas. J. 0 lsen & Sons

..

Plumbing & Heating !;.

Mfrs. of " Full Flavored" Winona Ice Cream 750 E. Broadway

T elephone 7010

109-111 Center St.

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RACKOW'S BARBER SHOP T. C. Stude nts' Headqua rte rs for Ha irc utti ng 157 Main -

Near t he Pos t Office

BUY- DIRECT- SAVE

Hanson's Direct Gas WARREN HARMING 7 00 E. Sa rnia PHONE 9859

Compliments of

The Paint Depot Art Supplies- Picture Framing Complete Paint and Wallpaper Stocks Winona

Phone 4163

Minnesota

Winona Printing Company PRINTING and LITHOGRAPHING Creative Art Service 102 LIBERTY ST.

130

WINONA, MINN .

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WINONA, M INN .


Compliments of

Stager Jewelry Your Dependable J ewele rs Corner Th ird and Ma in Streets

DIRECT FROM THE SOURCE Johannesburg,

So. Africa.

COMPLIMENTS OF

Nelson Tire Service

The Store for Men, Women and Boys Women's Shop - Upper Level Fourth at Center

Winona

4th at Johnson

COMPLIMENTS

Winona

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Arnie's Downtown Winona

Compliments of

,

Hal-Leonard Music, Inc.

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64 East Second Street

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HURRY BACK For "a good place to t rade"

BILLIARDS - TOBACCO - PI PES BOX CANDY AND LUNCHES at our soda fountain

Phone 2876

HUB ZECHES, Prop.

Compliments of

"For Dependable Service"

Arenz

The Gas Company

"WI NONA'S LARGEST SHOE STORE"

NORTHERN STATES POWER CO.

75 West Third Street

Winona, Minnesota

Whether It's a Bite, or a Banquet . .. Custo mers are becoming MORE AND MORE ENTHUSIASTIC every day about the qua lity a nd quantity of fine foods we serve here at Shorty's. In fact, just a few short months ago we had to expand into a new specia l di ning room to h andle the crowds . . . an d they're still growing! Appropriate wit h ou r location, we named our new dining room the

HIAWATHA RO,O M where you'l l find n ew d ining pleasures amidst soft, comfortab le apple green wa lls and Newwood panel ing surround ed by a host of your Winona friends. We d e light in offering everything from snacks t o steaks . . . luncheons, complete d inners, and carryout . . . AT LOW, LOW PRI CES THAT WILL AMAZE YOU!

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Frank O'Laughlin PLUMBING & HEATING 527 Washington St.

Telephone 3703 Winona, Minnesota

Winona Potato Market QUALITY FIRST and ALWAYS

118 Market Street Winona, Minn. Noon lunch in the Smog.

Hurry-Back Barber Shop

Winona Eleclric

Winona's Finest Barbers

Construction Co.

For Appointments PHONE 3104

"EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL"

119 West 3rd St.

Telephone 5802

103 W. 3rd St.

FIRST IN WI NON A Over 100 years of Friendly, Helpful, Banking Service. Congratulations to the Winona State T eachers Coll ege Students on the ir yea rbook . . . THE WENONAH!

First National Bank Member F. D. I.C.

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STORES -

IN 48 STATES

The

J.

C. Penny Company

Is Teaching the Buying Public the True Meaning of

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

It' s a long one!

R. D. CONE CO. ACE STORE HARDWARE Friend ly Service Since 18 55

Winona, Minnesota

134

Phone 2304


Compliments of

St. Clair, Inc. CLOTHES FOR

Gamble-Robinson Co.

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W inona

Mi nnesot a

Men. Boys and Ladies

" Where Good Cloth ing is Not Expensive"

Snoboy Fresh Fruits and Winona

Minnesota

Veget ables "St a nd by" Canned Goods ;:

CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS ART

Compli men ts of

Pic tures

W ood Ca rvings

Fi gures

Vater's Shell Service

Rosa ries

M issa ls

Praye r Books Books

4th & Lafa yette

Statues

Hu m me l Bibles

Greet ing Ca rds

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

WINONA , M INN.

Winona Monument Co. Opposi t e Courthouse Winona MA N UFACTURERS S INCE 1866

Red Owl Customers . . . . . . are happy customers

"Shop Red Owl"

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Compliments of

Bill's Barber Shop Phone 7104

368 Johnson St.

GOLDEN BRAND FOOD PRODUCTS

Callahan Liquor Store 1 19 Main Street

Phone 4970

Anybody for a swim?

GOOD LUCK, WARRIORS

Springdale Dairy Co. Graham and McGuire

DAIRY PRODUCTS

COMPLETE SPORTING GOO[)<:

of Superior Flavor

Winona

" Home - Owned" 529 Huff Street

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