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WINONA STATE COLLEGE WINONA, MINNESOTA

Lo, in Mississippi's waters, Blue the eternal sky; In our hearts, 0 Alma Mater, Clear thy spirit high! Noble hills watch o'er the valley Where thy dwelling lies; Steadfast hearts, 0 Alma Mater, Guard thy destinies. Ever shall tomorrow better What today hath won; Lead thy children, Alma Mater, On, forever on! Lift the chorus Send it ringing Far o'er hill and vale! Hail to thee, 0 Alma Mater! Hail, Winona, Hail!


COORDINATED EFFORTS GUIDE Coordinated efforts are present in the work of the Administration at Winona State College. Basic in the aims of the college program is the helping of the prospective teachers to grow in understanding the physical and mental problems met in teaching. Education for prospective teachers and businessmen includes a program of selfrealization and growth as we ll as a wea lth of background and information. Teaching skills and techniques are taught through the observationparticipation and supervised teaching programs. Curriculum changes are made to keep in step with the students and with the world. Changes in the needs of the students bring about changes in the type of work presented in the college as well as in the methods of presentation. In collaboration with the college deans and supervisors, this department also handles student counseling, housing, recruiting programs, and financial matters.

PresidentN els M inne

Improving College Welfare . . . promoting school status and public relations

ADMINISTRATION

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M. R. Raymond College Dean

S. J. Kryzsko Resident Director

F. R. Adams Education

G. E. Fishbaugher Placement Director

F. L. Van Alstine

Jean Talbot

Lois Simons

M. L. Mariner

Mrs. M. Ritman

Graduate Coordinator

Upper Division Coordinator

Registrar

Dean of Men

Dean of Women


. . . . . OUR COLLEGE

WI NONA STATE

COLLEGE

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WHEREIN . · · We find THE ADMINISTRATION Page 2 STUDENT LI FE Page 4 THE STUDENTS Page 17 INTERESTING ACTIVITIES Page 43 EXCITING ATHLETICS Page 65 AND FACULTY Page 87

STAFF JIM MULFINGER Editor MARGERY RAND Assistant Editor GARY DAHLY DUANE KRINGS DON WILKIE Business Managers MARY ANN AMES Copy Editor NINO CEZAR JOAN MODJESKI Art Editors KEN RASCHKE Photographer MR. D. C. STENERSON Adviser

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IS LEARNING TOGETHER IN A COMMUNITY WITH A COMMON GOAL

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WE CAME We, the 1200 students of Winona State, came ... from large cities ... from farms of the dairy and corn belts ... from small towns and villages ... from the East .. . We came from everywhere ... to further our education ... to gain new experi¡ ences with a new group of people ... People who represent ... twelve states of the Union ... and three foreign countries ... We came prepared . .. to accept new responsibilities ... and to learn ... Many of us had to adjust ... to new surrounding . .. to new friends and to "collegiate" ways.

We came ... with suitcases.

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REGISTRATION- a system we never got use d to.

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WE SAW

Our new science building. There were waiting lines for everything.

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HOMECOMING 1960

Homecoming, the high l ight of the 1960 footba l I season, got off to a blazing start on Friday with a bonfire sponsored by Sigma Tau Gamma. Fo l lowing the bonf ire, Sharon Lang was crowned homecoming queen. The coronation was fol lowed by the performance of the election - year musical comedy, "Of Thee I Sing." The combination of all of these events added to the spirit and excitement of a big weekend. Saturday was the big day. Beautifully decorated floats, music - making bands, and various dignitaries made up the street parade. The Gamma Delta float depicting Alfred E. Newman and , "What, Me Worry?" captured f irst place. Saturday afternoon the spirit mounted as the game was p layed, but the Wa rirors lost 0-2. After the game the annual dance brought another homecoming to a successfu l close. QUEEN SHARON LANG

SPECIAL PARTN ER- Homecoming dance.

HOMECOMING ROYALTY-Queen' s float


DANCE- ends the big week.

SPIRIT- leaps high.

SUSPENSE-queen coronation.

PRIZE WINNER-"What Me Worry"

l'M for love . . . What are you for?

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HUMPHREY- arrives.

REAL BEATNIKS- costume w inn ers.

FORMALITY-Fourth Slater Anniversary.

NEW STYLE-punch servers

ACTIVITIES UNITE THE STUDENT BODY EXPRESSIONS-showed enjoyment.

WINTRY ATMOSPHERE- Christmas Da nce.


POETRY TIMEBeatnik Ball.

. . . WITH EXPERIENCES MUTUALLY SHARED AND ENJOYED. BREWSTER RESIDENCE-"Arsenit and Old lace."

THE CRUCIBLE-fall production.


Way up . ..

lotsa Competition-candidates

Outdoor volleyball contest.

OPPORTUNITY FOR INTERESTS OF ALL . We-can win. Trail Riders

Warm-Up Time. Valentine Honor Tea


CAMPUS COVER GIRL Leah Marie Ohnstad FAIR LADY V, Roberta Chase, a nd winn ing t eam.

The activities at WSC provided an opportunity for the interest of all ... making up the fun-filled moments we'll always remember . .. some events which were p l anned and some which just happened .. . These events leave memories . . . Frosh Week . . . Homecoming-"Of Thee I Sing'" . . . Assembly programs-"Dr. Faustus", the Kohon Strings, Dr. Herman Finer, and Brahm' s "Requiem" . . . plays . .. Beatnik Ball . . . Friday night movies ... Parents' Day ... Christmas festivities . . . Athletic games . . . Religious Emphasis Week ... Battle of the Bands . . . Big-Little Sister Tea . . . Record hops . . . Sadie Goes to Town . . . Winter Carnival . . . Sweetheart Swing ... concerts ... Sham Rock ... campaigns and elections . . . Prom-"l nn of Spring Happiness" . .. Swim Show-"Telecast" . . . choral production-"South Pacific" . . . Spring Carnival . . . award days ... Commencement . .. and graduation. In this section, some of these events are pictured, others are not. Because of early deadlines, we cannot present pictures of many spring events. We hope memories of these events wi l l remain in the minds of the students who attended and participated .

" TELECAST"-Swim Show


The Smoker Card-Sharks

Time out from studie s- First floor gang.

Just a frie ndly little g a me-All nite Poker Party.

Steak-Again?

Nothing like studying in comfortable surroundings.

The typical gab-session.


CANDID CAMPUS "ARO UND THE DORM"

On with the ha nging !

Gat hering for a song fest- on or off key its still a good song.

Crossing the Mississippi- LSA trip.

I Help! Call the Student Dean!

Dormitory Director, Mrs. Griffith.


We marched ... and marched.

Sadie comes to town.

SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS " Inn of Spring Happiness"-the Prom.

Now for the Pola roid Ad . . .

Announcing . . .



WE ENTERED SEEKING KNOWLEDGE

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Ann Abts Fountain City, Wis.

Richard 0 . Anderson Minneapolis, Minn.

Muriel Arnold Spring Valley, Minn.

Ralph H. Ballinger Stewartville, Minn .

Lucille Barnes Chatfield, Minn.

Lois Bergsgaard Spring Grove, Minn.

Audrey Bryngelson Bigelow, Minn.

Carol Buettner Red Wing, Minn.

Howard R. Burtne ss Spring Grove, Minn.

Donald R. Butler lake City, Minn.

Robert Cameron Red Wing, Minn.

lance Carroll Winona, Minn.

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FRIENDSHIP, WISDOM, AND SKILL .

Jerry Chandler Belmond, Iowa

Ronald Cleveland Hopkins, Minn .

James Cole Winona, Minn .

Gary Dahly Harmony, Minn.

Evon Daugherty Pine Island, Minn.

Raymond Dee Rochester, Minn.

John Delozier Winona, Minn.

Arthur A. DeWitz Ro(hester, Minn.

Mary DeZee uw Pipestone, Minn.

Duane Dittrich Winona, Minn.

Donna Marie Edwards Utica, Minn.

Gerald Eichman Winona, Minn.

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NEW EXPERIENCES PROVIDED

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James Erickson

laMoille, Minn .

Martin E. Erickson Rushford, Minn.

Rhoda Esson Albert l ea, Minn.

Keith Farber Hastings, Minn.

John l. Felsch St. Charles, Minn.

John Fend Winona, Minn.

Betty Ferguson Winona, Minn.

William Ferguson Winona, Minn.

Nancy Kay Figy Pine Island, Minn.

Joseph P. Fitzgerald Rochester, Minn.

Sharon Flanagan Mason City, Iowa

Richard J . Gabrych Winona, Minn.

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EQUAL AND VARIED OPPORTUNITIES

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Charlene Gebhard Winona, Minn.

Rochelle Glatch Gilbert, Minn.

David Glazier Byron, New York

Sha ron Glissendorf Hokah, Minn.

Gayle Goetzman Winona,

Minn.

Lowell C. Gran Caledonia, Minn.

William E. Hall Winona, Minn .

Gwen Hansen

St. Paul, Minn.

Charlotte Happel Houston, Minn.

David Harris Winona, Minn .

Sally Hartle Owatonna,

Minn.

Michael Healy Spring Valley, Minn .

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TO PREPARE US FOR OUR GOAL

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OUR PURPOSE IN LIFE •

Sandra He lland Winona, Minn.

Wanda He llickson Rushford, Minn.

Audrey Hennessy Lewiston, Minn.

Ray Hinkly Luv erne, Minn.

Warren Hull Winona,

Minn.

Robert lndihar Gilbert, Minn .

Darrel Jaeger Red Wing, Minn.

Michael J . Jereczek Winona, Minn.

Doris Frances Jick Tre mpea leau, Wis.

Edward V. Johnson Austin, Minn .

Gloria June Johnson Stillwater, Minn.

Norman Johnson LeRoy, Minn.

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OUR AMBITIONS PROMOTED STEADY PROGRESS Alice M. Kaldunski Winona,

Minn.

Jean Kalmes Rollingstone,

Minn.

II Kyu Kang Seoul, Korea

James J . Karsina Winona,

Minn.

David Keller Minneiska, Minn.

Michael

P.

Winona,

Kleinschmidt Minn.

Donald J . Kreitzer Lake Mills, Wis.

Lucille E. Lackore

Winona, Minn.

Ke nneth Landro Winona, Minn .

Sharon Lang Winona, Minn.

Sara Lehmann Houston, Minn.

Milton D. Livingood Canton, Minn.

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TOWARD INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM Gera ld McCartney Green Bay, Wis.

Maxine Mc l eod Lewiston, Minn.

Al Jean Majerus Goodhue, Minn.

Patricia Mason Winona, Minn.

John R. Maule Alma, Wis.

Ardell Meyer Winona, Minn.

Donna Mae Meyer Lewiston, Mi nn.

Kenneth Michaels Winona, Minn.

Kay Morcomb Lewiston, Minn.

D. Da le Mulholland Lewiston, Minn.

Robert Munkel Spring Grove, Minn.

lorreen Munson Winona, Minn.

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AND CREATIVE ENDEAVORS.

Ronald R. Nelson Stillwater, Minn .

Herman E. Neumann Winona, Minn .

Judith Newman Winona, Minn .

Beatrice Nyrud Minneapolis,

Minn .

James Oldenburg La Crescent, Minn .

William L. Olson Winona, Minn.

Janice Pampuck Winona, Minn.

Jon Parker Ashland. Wis.

N. Jerome Paulson Winona, Minn.

Donald Peterson Houston , Minn.

John Phillips South St. Paul, Minn.

Bernhard Pieper Caledonia, Minn.

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NOW WE ARE SENIORS

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Irvin P. Plitzuw eit Caledonia, Minn.

W illiam E. Prigge Lewiston,

M inn .

Marv in Reihsen Farmington, Minn.

Robert Renslo Caledonia, Minn.

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Roge r Reupert Winona, Minn.

Myron Rice Caledonia, Minn .

Norman Rice Ca ledonia, Minn.

Carole A. Richardson Plainview, Minn.

Roger Rocconi Iron Mountain, Mich.

Robe rt A. Rogneby Cochrane, Wis.

Sheron Rums tick Winona, Minn . Robert Sabin St. Paul, Minn.

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ANTICIPATING ANOTHER CHALLENGE-THAT OF THE FUTURE. George Schmidt Winona, Minn.

Grace

Schroeder

Ivanhoe,

Minn.

Richard M. Schultz Winona, Minn.

Mary Schwager Winona, Minn.

Howard H. Schwind Wishek, N. Oak.

Ralph Segale St. Paul, Minn.

Nancy A . Shay West Concord, Minn.

Richard l . Sim Rushford, Minn.

Ellsworth M. Simon Lewiston, Minn.

James Slifka Cresco, Iowa

Robert Slifka Winona, Minn.

Merle l. Solie Spring Grove, Minn.

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WE WILL CONTINUE OUR SEARCH

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George H. Sprenger Plainview, Minn.

Barbara Steege Winona , Minn.

Donald Steffen W inona, Minn.

Dorothy Steffens Houston, Minn.

Julie Steivang Win o na, Minn.

Allan Stevens Winona, Minn.

James Suchomel Winona , Minn .

Jane Sunde Winona , Minn.

Matthew R. Swadner Lewiston, Minn.

James Swanson Winona , Minn.

Ge orge Tashima Holualoa, Ko na, Hawaii

Douglas True Aus tin, Minn.

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AS WE STEP ONWARD WITH FAITH-AS .. He rbe rt

Uesugi

W ah iawa, Oahu, Ha waii

Daryl l. Unnasch Dakota , Minn.

Joyce Vagts Ca ledonia , Minn.

Donald Wahl Houston, Minn.

Sharon Walhus Spring Grove, Minn.

Karen Wendt St. Charles, Minn.

Dale We nger Cochra ne, Wis.

Dorothy Whee ler Winona,

Minn .

'I Diane M. Whittie r Hokah, Minn.

Kenneth Wolfe Fountain City, Wis.

Frances Wolff Minnea polis,

Minn.

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John R. Zie rdt Wabasha, Minn.

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WE ASK FOR GOD'S GUIDANCE . Ro bert Llewellyn Winona, Minn.

Clarence Crum Win ona, Minn.

Ra nda ll J . Stuke l Chisholm, Minn.

Seniors Not Pictured . . . Arleta Bernard Chatfield, Minn.

Ramo n a M. Stieh l Alma, W is.

Willia m J . Bow man

Marcia Wan to ck

Winona, Minn .

Winona, Minn.

SENIORS OU R BEST YEAR . .. Sen iors wi l l carry away memories . . . of "big" m oments . . . M emories o f Homecoming . . . Variety Show - " Of Thee I Sing " . . . Queen Sharon .. . part ies and dances . . . pra ctice teaching ... Seniors look to the future . .. v isits to the Placement Bureau . .. interviews ... contracts ... Fina l week .. . mad whirl of socia l engagements . . . clima xed by Bacca laureate serv ices . . . and graduation mo rn ing .. . Sen iors go prepared . . . ready to apply their knowledge . .. in teaching, b usiness, or further education. Sen ior cl ass officers, left to right, are Bernha rd Pieper, President; Sharon Lang, Treasurer; Jim Slifka, Vice-President; Diane Whittier, Secretary; and M r. Reidel berger, Adviser.


WHO'S WHO . . . . Dependability Participatio¡n .. . . Personality

Scholarship . Friendliness .

. Leadership .....

Twenty-one Senio rs at Winona State Coll ege were nomina ted to Who's Who Among Stude nts in Am e ri can Universities and Colle g es. An annual publication will list their names among those o f similar standing from o ther higher educat iona l insti tutions. Nominees are Robert Cameron, Ronald Cleveland, Rhoda Esson, Diane Whittier, Joseph Fitzgerald, Sharon Flanagan, David Glazier, David Harri s, Sal ly Hartle, Wanda Hellickson, Doris Jick, Lucille Lackore, Kenneth Landro, Sharon Lang, Gerald McCartney, Ardell Meyer, Bernhard Pi eper, Irvin Plitzuweit, Robe rt Sabin, Mary Schwager, and Howa rd Schwi nd.

Row 1: S. Lang, S. Hartle, R. Cleve¡ land, D. Whittier, M. Schwager. Row 2 : K. Landro, B. Pieper, J . Fitzgerald.

Row 1: A. Meyer, S. Flanaga n, W. Hellid son, R. Esson. Row 2: R. Cameron, D. Harris, I. Plitzuweit, J. McCartney, H. Schwind.


JUNIORS LOOK TOWARD FINAL YEAR ... Education classes . .. "methods" ... overworked ... disgusted ... aspiring ... hoping ... sponsor Sweetheart Swing ... accept offices in many clubs . . . active in sports . .. find classes hard to schedule .. . look forward to practice teaching ... and a big senior year. Juniors anxiously look forward lo a las! successful year in their climb toward graduation. Leading the class were Jo Ann Horton, Secretary¡Treasurer; Dennis Kesti, Vice-President; and Charles Carstensen, President.

Curtis Accola

Virginia Adams

William Allen

Keith Ault

Karen Aune

Phoebe Beggs

Karen Bening

Marlene Bergstrom

Robert Biever

J ~, \' Bonnie Bladholm

James Blahnik

Bruce Blumentritt

Clark Borchard

Ann Boyum

Gerald Boyum

Patricia Bristow

Becky Brungard!

Roxanne Brunner

Charles Carstensen

Barbara Chapek

Romona Childs

Laurence Clingman

Caron Clinkscales

Jeanne Coolidge

Gerald Davis

Carolyn Dickman

Connie Eckkaff

Joan Ellington

Charles Elliot

Joseph Fitzgerald

Elaine Flaherty

Jan Flanagan

Oscar Force

Ruth Fraser

William Freese

Davis Gilbertson

Carole Gilmore

J erry Goetz

Carol yn Gavdon

Diana Gravenish

Gary Grob

Karen Guenthe<

Cathleen Haley

Paul Helgerson

Edwin He llerud


Audrey Highum

John Hill

Phyllis Holliday

Lyle Hoppe

Jo Ann Horton

Helen Holtegaard

Robert Houck

Ervin Imm

Charles Jackson

Marlene Jefferis

J udy Johannsen

Dennis Kesti

Donovan Klausen

Fred Klein

Roger Kline

Faye Kragness

Barbara Kramer

Janet Lam mo

Judith Mclellan

James Mahoney

Richard Lorscheter

Jim Mulfinger

Patricia Murphy

Jo Ann Nardinger

Carol Nihart

Patrick Maloy

Leah-Marie Onstad

Harriet Mark

Roger Ojakangas

lester Miwa

Janice OLdorf

Joyce Marcomb

Ronald Olson

Mildred Oyama

Kaye Parker

Richard Parry

Carol Paulson

Wayne Pederson

Judith Peplinski

David Percival

Allton Peterson

Anita Peterson

Jerald Raddatz

Margery Rand

Keneth Raschke

Karen Reszka

David Rislove

Marvin Rouse

Lu Etta Rowan

Anita Schoonover

John Schuth

Judith Santelman

Sandra Schleich

William Schuth

Carol Sherman

Earl Solberg

Patricia Solum

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Rose Thiner

Robert Whitworth

Robert Trygstad

Donald Wilkie

Carol Underdahl

John Urness

Lorraine

Wachs

Sandra Walczak

Dick Wells

SOPHOMORES

Jo Ann Yamamoto

SECOND BIG YEAR .. . Anxious ... full of enthusiasm . .. veterans of one hard year of college ... joined more social and extra-curricular activities ... majors and minors decided . . . sponsored Christmas dance .. . term papers ... carefree ... cheerful ... Now "over the hump."

Sophomores plan for big days ahead. leading the class were Jim Taubert, Vice-President; Terry Olson, Treasurer; Minnesota Hoyt, Secretary; and Douglas Cof¡ fey, President.

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J ames A lfonso

Mary Ann Ames

Rose Marie Atkin

Marilyn Balzum

Merlin Barth

Scott Baudhwin

Ka thy Berg

Carol Botcher

Colleen Botcher

Muriel Both um

Clarence Brodt

Thomas Braun

Lorinda Bru mm und

Barbara Bryn

Steve Caracatsanis

Doug Coffey

Blake Collins

Joan Crandall

Adele Crossfield

Karen Cummings

Marvin Cunning ham

Harry De Wald

Carol yn Ditch

Mary Be rga us

Nino Cezar

Bonnie Doffing


J.imcs Doyle

Harold Ferkingstad

Robert Dressen

Sandra Duff

Sharon Frankfurth

Gera ld Freimark

Cleo Goltz

Raymond Haworth

Bonnie Erickson

Karen Fanning

Judie Feehan

Nancy Frisby

Duane Gebhard

Becky Gerlach

Frank Gerry

Gaven Grob

Tom Grupa

Richard Gunderson

Janet Hagen

David Harmon

Lyle Helgerson

Jerome Herman

Robert Horton

Minnesota Hoyt

Edward Hunt

David Feindt

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Barbara Harris

Charles Jackson

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Carol Johannes

Gregory Johnson

Larry Johnson

Tom Kaisersatt

Sharon Keelan

Sharon Keller

Sharon Kern

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Laurel Kerrigan

Judith Kessler

Arlan Klinder

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Janice Lanki

Richard Larson

Conrad Lechelt

Garry Kloek

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Lois Kock

Rona ld Lien

Jon Kosidowski

John Lindner

Marian Kriesel

Patricia Lockie

Roger Lambert

Joan La Moyne

Lee Loerch

Bruce Mclean

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Mary Ann Mackey

Alan Mahlke

Melanie Majerus

Mary Martinson

Kay Meunier

~ Kenneth Me yer

Marlene Miller

Vera Miller

Joani Modjeski

~ I Jean Moechnig

Alvin Mueller

Sandra Nass

Beverly Nelson

Jerry Nelson

Marlene Neshiem

Ruthann Nord

Barry Nordell

Nancy Nowlan

Deanne Odman

Terry Olson

Fred Onsgard

Gary Pahl

Wayne Parker

David Paschka

Marlys Pater

Karen Pearson

Audrey Pinke

Sandra Prigge

Yvonne Reppe

Paul Puck

Rober! Rose

Carol Pye

Susan Roth

Herber! Raddatz

Stephen Radtke

James Sabin

Janice Ryder

Jim Schmidt

e \ Marilyn Schroder

Diane Schulz

Berry Severson

Lynn Sheldon

Virginia Shiel

Dave Roesler

James Roberton

Par Smith

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Rochelle Sparks

Toni Spehar

Delos Stapf

Carole Stever

Marian Strand

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Peter Tabo r

Peter Waalkens

Robert Wolf

J ames Taubert

J ohn Walker

Mary Wolfram

Lorene Thaldorf

Renata Walstrom

Le Etta Wondra sch

Larry Thompson

Susanna Waltzer

Robert Wood

Ellen Torvick

Cynthia Tweito

Julie Vigness

Joan n Watanabe

Charles Weisbrod

Judy Whempner

Ronald Zenke

Gerald Ziebe ll

Frank Zoelle

J ames Vinar

Lowell Whiteis

Kare n Voth

Wayne Willford

FRESHMEN QUICKLY OR IENTED . . . First year leaves many memories ... memories of Freshman Week .. . tests ... beanies ... physicals . .. mixers ... Garvin He ights picnic .. . greeted over 400 eager Frosh . .. Beanie King Lyle and Beanie Queen Dennie . . . parties .. . Homecoming .. . class elections .. . warning slips .. . dorm hours ... End brings ant icipation ... expectation for future years. Freshman officers David Marqueson, Treasurer; Dana Bluhm, Secretary; Jack West, Vice¡President; and Ronald Yarolimek, President, led their class to new and exciting experiences as they were o riented to college life.

Fred Adelman

Rick Alfaro

John Allen

Lowell Allen

William Allen

Brenda Anderson

Mary Lou Anderson

Maralyn Andrews

Kirk Aune

ÂŁ) Mary Arneson

Max Bachhuber

Steve Ba iley

Janice Bakkedahl

J udith Bambenek

Marlene Bauer

Jean Bautcher

Louise Becker

Kenne th Behn ken

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Barbara Benike

Lawerence Benish

Joanne Bergsgaard

Lois Bernard

Mildred Binder

Ralph Bisek

Dana Bluhm

Paul Blumcntrill

David

Steve Boller

Glenn Bratberg

Judith Brok I

Allen Brosseth

Nancy Bruder

John Bruegger

Marjean Burfeind

Louise Buh ler

Kent Burleigh

Paul Calhoun

Galen Casterton

Robert Chapek

Roberta Chase

David

Kaye Christianson

Kenneth Chupita

LaVonne Clow

George Colbenson

Barry Coniglio

Will iam Conway

Bonnie Corcoran

Michael Cox

Mildred Crabtree

Jack Dalleska

Gordon Darling

Janis Datta

Harry Davis

John Denzer

Rex Domino

Landis Doner

Roberta Dorskie

Monica Dvorak

Robert Ebert

Ronald Duncan

Chauinard

John Engler

June English

Boice

Larry Erickson

Bev Errigton

Jill Florin

Dennis Forstyh

' George Ferrata

Norman Feuerhelm

Michael Finley

Barbara Fisher

Patricia Fjosne

Patrick Flaherty

Shelia Fle ming

Dale Boland

Allyn Burmeister


David Frank

Bill Gordon

Alice Fratzke

Marie Gappa

Carol Graus

Robert Gray

June Garrison

Carol Greenwald

Fredrick Gengler

Carl Grimes

Ronald Geppart

Larry Grimsted

Judith Gerken

Roger Groenewold

Mary Gleue

Elke Grote

Barbara Goetzman

James Grover

John Haase

Bahman Habibi

Charles Hager

Gracelyn Hahn

Rollin Hall

Mark Hanke

Roger Hanson

Beverly Hardtke

Robert Harc-IJson

Gary Hartman

Evelyn Haskett

Danai Hassou

Ronald Haukoos

William Hawker

Ellen Headington

Kathryn Heier

Michael Hellerud

Edward Henderson

Don Herrick

Robert Hill

Arthur Hitt

Karen Hoesley

Inge Hofer

Darlene Holland

Mary Houghton

Reinart Huseby

Harold Hutchings

Richard Ingham

Gerald lsensce

Ma ry lssendorf

Jea11 Iwata

Gerald Jackman

Carol Jacobsen

Joan Jahimiak

Marlene James

Betty Jax

William Jeffers

Ronald Johannsen

Ben Johnson

Gretta Johnson


Jerry J ohnson

Larry Kendrick

Linda K. Johnson

Michael King

Linda L. Johnson

Ross King

Pe te r Johnson

Michael Kiflleson

Rus Johnson

Carol Kjos

Gomer Jones

Charles Kjos

Harl a Jones

Kennet h Klawi te r

James Karnath

Robert Knutson

Norman Keller

Douglas Konop

Richard Koutsky

Robert Kowal

Donald Karling

Dwa la Krie

Jean Krbechek

Karen Kreuzer

Richard Kulassinger

Robert Larson

Michae l Leahy

Russell Lebakken

Juliana Lebs

Karen Lentz

Wayne Levine

Dennis Lieberg

Douglas Lietz

Franklyn Lightfoot

Jon Lillehaugen

Lucille Lohmann

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Maxine

Lorang

Robert Lubinski

Connie Lubke

David Lueck

Diana Lutz

Michael Lynch

Judith Lynn

Larry Mad land

Carolyn Maertens

J udy Majerus

Blake Ma Iberg

Karl Malmin

Henry Maly

Maureen Manion

David Ma rquesen

Spencer Maussoner

Leonard Mayer

Robert Mccarvi lle

Donald McManimon

Kenneth Meyer

Phillip Micheau

Maurice Miller

Stuart Miller

Dan Minnick

Warren Mitche ll

Donald Monson

Michael Mrachek

William Mueller

Dona Mulholland

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1960-61 STUDENT COMMISSION

Row 1: Mr. Voorhees, adviser, R. Cleveland, S. Lang, K. Landro, I. Plitzuweit, Dr. Nelson, adviser. Row 2: D. Coffey, K. Aune, C. Carstensen, J. Vinar, R. Slifka, R.

Yarolimek, J. Fitzgerald, B. Pieper, J. McCartney.

To serve all the students - both as a group and as individua ls - is one way of defining the duty of the Student Commission. In attempting to do this, the Commission worked on several projects. It was their responsibility to sponsor Homecomi ng, set up the budget and the socia l calendar for the year, boost school spirit, organize Religious Emphasis Week, and assist with orientation activities. One big issue this year was the preliminary planning fo r a student union at WSC. The commissioners for th is year were Kenneth Landro, President; Ronald Cleveland, • Vice-President; Sharon Lang, Secretary; Irvin Plitzuweit, Treasurer; Karen Aune, Socia l; Jim Vinar, Religious; Bob Slifka, Publicity; Jerry McCartney, Athletic; Norman Johnson, Administrative Liaison; and Joe Fitzgerald, Departmenta l. The advisers were Dr. Nelson and Mr. Voorhees. The four class presidents also attended Commission meetings.

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STUDENT COMMISSION COMMITTEES

SOCIAL COMMITTEE: J. Vigness, K. Aune, H. DeWald, L. Ohnstad.

ATHLETIC COMMITTEE: Seated: J. McCartney, M. Hoyt; Standing: B. Pieper, D. Rislove.

RELIGIOUS COMMITTEE: Seated: A. Peterson, J. Vinar, S. Schleich; Standing: J. Mulfinger, L. Barnes, R. Ballinger, R. Cleveland.

PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Seated: K. Berg, Standing: R. Reupert, B. Slifka, J. Muifinger.

FINANCE COMMITTEE: D. Kesti, D. Whittier, C. Nihart, I. Plitzuweit.

ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE:' M. Rand, P. Bristow, K. Aune.

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ORIENTATION TEAM It is during the first week of college that the members of the Orientation Team fulfill their purpose. Clad in white sailor hats, the Orientation Team tried to help acquaint new students with Winona State. This year they helped with registration, counseling tests, mixers, a Garvin Heights Picnic, and the river tour on the Hiawatha Belle. Mr. M. L. Mariner was the group's adviser.

Row I: (right to left) B. Wood, J. Fitzgerald, R. Reupert, J. Fluegel, I. Plitzuweit, J. Vinar. Row 2: W. Hellickson, S. Sparks, J. Lammo. Row 3: M. Rand, J. Vignes~. M. L. Mariner.

POLITICAL CLUBS HAVE BUSY YEAR

YOUNG DEMOCRATS The Young Democrats took an active part in the presidential campaign this fall. Besides discussing pertinent campaign issues, they helped set up the local Kennedy headquarters. Officers were William Bowman, Chairman; Randy Stukel, Vice-Chairman; and Judy Thode, Secretary. Dr. Hoyt was the group's adviser. Row 1: K. Meunier, K. Pearson, J. Wohkittel, J. Rau. Row 2: J. Moechnig, J. Lanik, J. Thode, J. Bautch. Row 3: M. Healy, B. Bowman, D. Boland, R. Sandon, B. Stegmaier.

YOUNG REPUBLICANS Young Republicans began the election year on an enthusiastic note by assisting the local GOP Headquarters with house to house campaigns. They also took several trips to hear prominent Republican Party spea kers. The officers were Earl Solberg, Chairman; Robert Rose, Vice-Chaiman; Wanda Hellickson, Secretary, and Robert Young, Treasurer. Miss Magnus was the adviser. Row 1: M. Kreisel, J. Watanabe, S. Hartle, T. Olson, S. Flanagan, L. Sheldon, A. Peterson, L. Kock, A Hew, J. Muller. Row 2: M. Wolfram, L. Brummund, B. Gerlach, C. Gordon, P. Holliday, E. Torvick, C. Happel, D. Magnus, I. Swain, B. Bladholm, W. Hellickson, S. Roth, P. Solum. Row 3 : B. Young, J. Boyum, N. Keller, D. Turne r, D. Harmon, R. Groenwold, W. Prigge, P. Waalkens, C. Accola, D. Johnson, B. Tryggestad, S. Radtke. Row 4 : R. Ballinger, R. Larson, R. Rose, D. Gilbertson, C. Borchard, H. Burtness, R. Von Sien, E. Simon, I. Plitzuweit, M. Rice, E. Solberg, L. Lorch, R. Duncan.


STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Activity was a keynote of the Etta Hudson Howe ll Ch apter of the S.N .E.A. throughout the 1960-61 school yea r. One of the larger clubs on campus, it is open to all students who plan to enter the teaching p rof ession. Monthly meetings featured mock i nterviews, films, and interesting spea kers. Thi s yea r the club sponsored the Sham Rock, a Spring Registration dance; the Chri stmas Seal Drive; and a Homecoming queen candida te. Several members attended the M. E.A. Convention held in St. Paul in October and the Spring Convention held in Bemidji. Th e officers were Charles Carstensen, President; Sal ly Hartle, Vice-President; Lois Bergsgaard, Secretary; Wanda Hellickson, Treasurer; and Judith San telman, Reporter. The advisers were Miss Aarestad and Dr. Wedu l.

Row 1: M. Balzum, B. Nelson, B. S teege, K. Parker, B. Bladho lm, J. Boyum, J . Fitzgerald, G. Sprenger, P. Murphy, J. Morcomb. Row 2 : J . Flanagan, N. Figy, C. Ri chardson, S. Flanagan, B. Bryn, V. Shiel, M. Jefferis, S. Lehman n, A. Kaldunsk i, K. W endt, L. Barnes, A. Ab ts. Row 3; D. Krie, J. Rau, C. Happel, R. Esson, L. Bergsgaard, S. Walhus, S. Hartle, A. Peterson, P. Holliday, C. Gordon, L. Kerrigan, W. Hellickson, S. Duff. Row 4: M. Kreisel, H. Mark, D. S teffens, J . Oldorf, J . El lings on, M. Majerus, J. Lammo, J . Horton, P. Bristow, B. Chapek, J. Mclellan, S. Nass, L. Kock. Row 5 : S. Ruegg, S. Ott, J. Mulfinger, B. Sinnott, P. Pottratz, L. Brummund, E. Torvick, A. Hew, K. Meunier, B. J ax, L. Bernard, M. lssendorf, M. Bothun. Row 6 : L. Sheldon, C. Botcher, J. Coolidge, J. Moechnig, C. Goltz, K. Pearson, P. Solum, C. Nihart, J. Vigness, J. Vinar, E. Daugherty, D. Whetstone, D. Wheeler. Row 7 : R. Cleveland, S. Lang, N. Frisby, J. Lindner, H. Neumann, L. Aase, R. Ojakangas, J. Fluegel, F. Klein, I. Plitzuweit, J. Blahnik, R. Schoen. Row 8 : S. Wedul, H. Schwind, D. Jick, W. Ferguson, A. Hennessy, D. Wilkie, R. Ballinger, A. Majerus, G. Schroeder, B. Gerlach. Standing : M. Martinson, M. Wolfram, E. Imm, B. Young, S. Roth, Miss Aarestad, H. Burtness, C. Carstensen, G. Grob, M. Schroeder, T. O lson, J . N ardin ger, J. Santelman, J . Hagen, G. Murlinger. (Inset) SNEA Office rs: Judy Santelman, Lois Bergsgaard, Sally Ha rtle, Miss Aarestad, and Charles Carstensen. Missing: Dr. Wedul and Wanda He llickson.


WITH SONGS IN THEIR HEARTS COLLEGE CHORUS • • • The college chorus, under the direction of Mr. McCluer, presented various concerts during the year, the first of which was the Christmas concert given for the student body. Also the group sang for various city organizations and neighboring high schools. In addition to their usual full schedule, the chorus sang in the Brahm's Requiem in conjunction with the Rochester Symphony Orchestra and Oratorio Society and presented South Pacific this Spring. Chorus appearances were also made at both the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. Officers of the chorus were Joe Fitzgerald, President; Patricia Bristow, Vice-President Laurel Kerr igan, Secretary; Gene Brumm, Treasurer; and Mary Lou Martinson and Minnesota Hoyt, Librarians. Mr. McCluer was the adviser.

COEDS - WSC'S NEWEST ORGANIZATION ..... COEDS The Coeds, a service club consisting of fourteen girls, is Winona State's most recent club. The purpose of t his organizat ion is to promote enthusiasm for school functions in such a way as to encourage ath letic attendance and a sportsmanlike spirit, to create a more progressive parent-school relationship, and to offer services to other campus groups. This year the girls ushered at several assembly programs and assisted with the Spring Carnival. The officers were Ancy Helleckson, President; Mary Lou Martinson, Vice-president; Bonnie Bladholm, Secretary-Treasurer; and Sue Roth, Publ icity Chairman.

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Ro w 1: A. Hellickson, M. Schroeder, B. Bladholm, Row 2 : T. Olson, K. Cummings, J. Horton, S. Roth, B. Gerlach; Ro w 3 : L. Ohnstad, L. Kerrigan, J. Flanagan, M. Martinson, K. Parker.


WSC Chorus - Row 1: M. Martinson, J. Crandall, l. Kerrigan, M. Hoyt, J. Lamme, C. Goltz, K. Pearson, M. Thaldorf, P. Solum, C. Greenwald; Row 2: H. Schwind, K. Cummings, R. Zomok, J. Newman, P. Bristow, K. Van Westerhuyzen, J. Mclellan, J. Hagen, J. Flanagan, S. Radtke, R. McCluer; Row 3: R. Yarolimek, E. Brumm, R. Hill, J. Kerrigan, J. Saecker, R. Cleveland, R. Tobias, J. Fitzgerald, R. Bisek.

MASON MUSIC CLUB Membership in the Mason Music Club is extended to music majors and minors and to any other students interested in that field. The group fosters enjoyment of music by listening to visiting speakers and records. This year the club sponsored two college band concerts and a mixer for visiting band members who participated in the Homecoming parade. Mr. R. McCluer was the group's adviser. The officers were Carole Richardson, President; Joe Fitzgerald, Vice-President; Judy Newman, Secretary; and R o g e r Kline, Treasurer. Row 1: M. Martinson, l. Kerrigan, C. Richardson. Row 2 : S. Glissendorf, C. Gebhard, P. Bristow. Row 3: J. Fitzgerald, C. Goltz, K. Pearson, N. Kinneberg. Row 4: R. McCluer, H. Schwind, R. Cleveland, R. Bisek, R. Kline.


Row 1: B. Nyrud, B. Whitworth, C. Paulsen, L. Miwa, N. Trelstad, J. Lebs, S. Spencer, D. Krie, S. Sanness, E. Lokensgard, L. Edstrom. Row 2: J. Lammo, L. Sheldon, B. Stegmaier, D. Holland, D. Schroder, S. Stolp, L. Loerch, I. Swain, C. Sands, A. Rose, S. Sanness, P. Bristow, T. Olson, G. Jones, R. Bisek, J. Urness, Y. Roppe, F. Gerry, M. Porter. Row 3 : R. Kline, J. Fitzgerald, Mr. Heyer, Director, N. Kinneberg, C. Richardson, C. Goltz, J. Jaulson, B. Wood, F. Brensel, W. Mitchell, P. Klas, G. Johnson, W. Willford, D. Julsrud.

ORCHESTRA Under the direction of Mr. McCiuer, our newly formed orchestra adds an element of completeness to many of our school functions and activities. Besides lending wonderful I support to the Christmas concert and the presentation of 18th Century Music-Mozart, the orchestra is a pleasing musica l organization when performing by itself. The college students who are members of the orchestra are Karen Kreuzer, Pat Sherman, Carole Stever, Duane Gebhard, Charlene Gebhard, Ricky Heyer, Beatrice Nyrud, Lester Miwa, Robert Whitworth, Lee Edstrom, and Gene Steffe. ORCHESTRA-at practice.


THEY PROVIDE THE MUSIC COLLEGE BAND

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As usual, the Band was a very busy g roup of musicians this year. The band served a two-fold purpose, giving students who like to play an oppor tunit y to do so, and also serving as a proving - grou nd for various music classes. Al though the public saw the band perform for only two concerts and the Homecoming Parade, many long hours were spent on practice and dri lls. A part of the band also p layed at football and basketball games. Officers were Lester Miwa, President; Jerome Paulso n, Vice-President; Patricia Bristow, Secretary-Treasurer; and Beatrice Nyrud, Librarian. Mr. Heyer served as adviser and director.

WSC SWING BAND

The Ry hthm Masters, swing band of WSC, performed several times during the year, under the direction of Mr. Fred Heyer. The g roup p layed for school assembly p rograms and provided music fo r a number of dances during the year including the Tri-Col lege Dance. They again participated in the Battle of the Bands with the Merry-Notes of St. Mary's College.

Row 1: J. Fitzgerald, R. Kline, B. Nyrud, Mr. Heyer, Director, B. Whitwo rth, L. Miwa; Row 2 : R. Bisek, Y. Reppe, J. Urne ss, M. Porter, P. Bristow, J. Hagen; Standing: R. Yarolime k, B. Wood, F. Bre nsel, J. Paulson, L. Edstrom, L. Loerch, J. Schreiber, D. Heyer, R. Heye r.


THE CREDITS The members of the W enonah staff have their "big" moment only once a year - when the book comes out.

I Editors, Jim Mulfinger and Margery Rand

Editors _______ _ Jim Mulfinger, Margery Rand Copy __________ Mary Ames, Shirley Papenfuss, Sheila Flem· ing, Darlene Ho lland, Kath ryn Lester Layout ___ _____ Jean Bautch, Marian Kreise l, Patty Po ttratz, Sandy Ruegg, Monica Dvorak Art _________ Joani Modjeski, Nino Cezar Business __ _ _ Don Wilkie, Duane Krings, Gary Dahly Sports ___________ Bob Young, Paul Helgerson, Harold Ferking· stad, Ron Duncan, Regina Robinson Classes __________ Bob Cameron, Elke Grote, Carol Jacobsen, Annette Price, Barb Sinnott Clubs __ __ ______Toni Spehar, Jeanne Coolidge, Julie Skruk· rud, Janice Bakkedahl Student Life ___ Harla Jones, Dennie Schroder Faculty - ------- _Alice Kaldunski Subscription __ __ Barb Fischer, Shirley Ott Photography _____ Ken Raschke Typists __________ Jan Lammo, Pat Bristow Adviser ___ ______ D, C. Stenerson

FUN, WORK, DEADLINES- YEARBOOK Publ ishing a yearbook, the lasting record of a yea r's events, requires months of work and worry to meet the deadlines. On this page you meet the students who have spent a considerable amount of time planning and producing this, your book, the 1961 W ENONAH. Row 1: J. Bakkedahl, C. Jacob· sen, M. Dvorak, M. Kreisel, J. Skrukrud, S. Fleming. Row 2: M. Rand, S. Papenfuss, D. Holland, P. Pottratz, S. Ruegg, E. Grote. Row 3 : R. Robinson, P. Bristow, J. Lammo, H. Jones, M. Andrews. Row 4 : M. Ames, J. Modieski, T. Spehar, M. Bin· der J. Bautch, J. Coolidge, A. Kaldunski, B. Sinnott, A. Price, S. Ott, D. Schroder. Row 5: R. Duncan, R. Wahl, D. Wilkie, Mr. Stenerson, J. Mulfinger.

Photographer, Ke n Raschke

Staff takes a work break


Tiie Wl11011t111 Vol. XLl l

W inona State Colleg e, Winona, Minn., June, 196 1

Row 1: J. Blahnik, P. Beggs, D. Harris, J. Fend. Row 2 : J. Kalmes, R. Fraser, N. Figy, B. Bowman. 0. Force.

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VOICE OF THE CAMPUS IN PRODUCTION

Writing articles, doing paste-ups, meeting deadlines, and stuffing P.O. boxes were common activities for the members of the Winonan staff. Under the capable leadership of Dave Harris, the Winonan offered students and faculty coverage of news, sports, and features. The aim of the staff w as to achieve more complete and concise report ing of the happenings in and around WSC. The staff included Dave Harris, Managing Editor; Lee Zill, Feature Editor; John Fend, Sports Editor; and Romona Stiehl, Circulation Manager. Mr. Bremer acted as adviser. To our sister publication, we of the We nonah staff say congratulations on a job well done.

Managing Editor, Dave Harris, smiles as he looks over the fruits of his labor.


Row 1: G. Griffith, G. Grob, H. DeWald, L. Helgerson, D. Moracco, J. Chandler. Row 2 : G. Finch, W. Hull, R. Reupert, K. Farber, R. Anderson, K. Ault. Row 3 : B. Tryggestad, G. Grob, I. Plitzuweit, J. McCartney, E. Solberg, D. Jaeger.

SIGMA TAU GAMMA

OUR CLUBS OFFER VARIETY RANGERS CLUB The Rangers Club, an organization of students from Northern Minnesota, is composed of eleven members who meet once a month. Their activities this year included a Christmas party and bowling. Bob lndihar was President; Paul Martell a, Vice-President; and Sharon Kern, Secretary - Treasurer. Acting as ad¡ visers were Mr. Emanuel and Dr. Fremling.

Row 1: R. Oiakangas, R. lndihar, J. Emanuel, K. Larson, R. Latch, S. Kern, R. Fraser. Row 2 : R. Harry, D. Kesli, C. Elliott, T. Spehar, C. Fremling, B. Baratto.

Fraternities can be of use to college men and to the college which they attend - this is the belief of the members of Beta Xi Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma . Although this fraternity is not primarily a service organization, it has served W.S.C. this year by building the Homecoming bonfire, handing out wrestling programs at home meets, p lacing a Christmas tree in Memorial Hall for the holiday season, making possible the student tickets to the State Theatre, and sponsoring a record hop after a football game. The members of this fraternity number twenty-six. The officers were Roger Reupert, President; Warren Hull, Vice-president; Irvin Plitzuweit, Secretary; David Ris love, Treasurer . The adviser for the fra ternity is Mr. Jones and the patroness is M iss Finch.


DOLPHIN CLUB The Dolphin Club is a campus organization open to all students who enjoy swimming for recreation. This year the club sponsored the Beatnik Ba ll and several openswim nights. Their main project is the swim show presented each spring. Officers were David Percival, President; Robert Renslo, Vice-President; Vera Miller, Secretary; Minnesota Hoyt, Treasurer; and Ruth Ann Nord, Historian. The adviser was Mr. Voorhees.

RADIO GUILD The goal of the Radio Guild is to set up a radio station on campus which wou ld publicize college events at the Smog and the Caf eteria. Plans for this project are now being formulated and in the near fu tu re we should see some progress toward that goal. This club works in conjunction with the speech department, and p resents broadcasts over radio station KWNO regularly twice a month . The officers were John Da vis, President; Gerald Ziebell, Secretary; Scott Streater, Technician. Miss Magnus and Mr. Reidelberger w e re advisers.

Row 1: S. Baudhuin, M. Pater, C. Eckhoff. Row 2: 0. Magnus, J. Fitzgerald, R. Cleveland. Row 3 : H. Schwind, G. Ziebel l. Row 4 : Mr. Reidelberger, G. Murtinger.

Row 1: D. Harmon, A. Mahlke, W. Fatchett, 0. Percival, G. Kloek, G. Harris, V. Miller. Row 2: A. Boyum, M. Miller, E. Imm, C. Crum, F. Adelman, J. Slifka, M. Reihsen, D. Jaeger. Row 3 : J . McCartney, D. Frank, J. Grover, D. Marquesen, R. Schleicher, D. Coffey, L. Willis, G. Sprenger. Row 4: S. Muras, S. Baudhuin, B. Erickson, J. Morcomb, S. Helland, R. Walstrom, S. Lang . Ro w S : J. Skrukrud, M. Bothum, D. Bluhm, H. Schwind, R. Nord, M. Hoyt.


GAMMA DELTA Lutheran college students of the Wisconsin and Missouri Synods belong to Gamma Delta. This club endeavors to conserve and develop Christian faith and to encourage Christian action among college students through Bible discussions, programs, projects, and inter-campus fellowship among students of the Lutheran faith. Activities for the year included a Halloween party, a hayride, Christmas caroling, Religious Emphasis Week, and the sponsoring of the winning Homecoming float. This year the local chapter was host to the Lakes Region Leadership Conference. Officers included Jim Mu lfinger, President; Sharon Frankfurth, Vice-President; Mary Schwager, Secretary; Marilyn Balzum, Treasurer; and Carole Johannes, Program Chairman. Vicar Paul Albrecht and Reverend A. L. Mennicke acted as advisers. Row 1: (right to left) J . English, M. Wolfram, M. Kreisel R. Strehlow, D. Schroder, Ro w 2 : R. Atkin, C. Goltz, K. Larson, l. Brummund. Ro w 3 : J. Mulfinger, A. Price, J . Hoffman, L. Wondrasch. Row 4: K. Michaels, M. Erickson, M. Burfeind, M. Balzum. Row S: E. Imm, S. Boller, J. Stow, B. Blumentrilt, J . Warnken.

STUDENTS ASSUME RELIGIOUS RESPONSIBILITY L.S.A. . . . Row 1. S. Sanness, C. Greenwald, S. Sanness. M. Anderson. Row 2 : H. Burtness, R. Wah l, J. Mclellan, D. Myran, C. Jacobsen, J. Bakkedahl. Ro w 3 : B. Tryggestad, D. Gilbertson, A. Boyum, J. Thode, E. Grote, l. Olson. Ro w 4: R. Olson, L. Johnson, T. Olson, B. Bladholm, J. Skrukrud, C. Gordon, P. Holliday. Row S: S. Baudhuin, l. Bernard, K. Rud, G. Johnson, G. Hahn.

The Lutheran Student Association, LSA, is a fellowship of students working together, dedicated to Christ and His church. It supports an active program consisting of five points: worship, study, service, evangelism, and recreation. The officers were Anita Peterson, President ; Kennet h Landro and Phoebe Beggs, Vice-Presidents; Charles Ca rstensen, Treasurer; Frank Gerry and Jim Vinar, Deputations Chairman; and Patricia Solum, Publicity Chairman. Reverend T. E. Herbranson was the adviser.

L.S.A. . . • Row 1: S. Wedul, S. Papenfuss, J. Bergsgaard, F. Onsgard, N. Kinneberg. Row 2: J. Lebs, I. Hofer, P. Beggs, A. Peterson, R. Oiakangas, C. Carstensen, Pastor T. Herbranson. Ro w 3 : I. Swain, E. Torvick, Y. Reppe, M. Bothun, G. Hansen, K. Meyer, M. Rice. Row 4 : J. Ellingson, H. Mark, S. Ruegg, S. Ott, M. Andrews, C. Accola. Ro w S: P. Solum, N. Frisby, J. Lammo, J. Vigness, J. Vinar, D. Harmon.


NEWMAN CLUB

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Row 1: Father J. la Plante, Chaplain, P. Gifford, R. Cleveland, J. Fitzgerald, D. Tobias. Row 2 : N. Figy, G. Hubley, M. Healy, G. Wobbrock, J. Flanagan. Row 3 : J. Passe, S. Walhus, A. Kaldunski, M. Dvorak, S. Fleming, K. Berg. Row 4: A. Majerus, G. Adams, B. Kramer, C. Diekmann, B. Jax, R. Thiner. Row S: L Johnson, K. Rangitsch, E. Flaherty, C. Pye, B. Brungardt, A. Abts, S. Kern, Row 6 : R. Yarolimek, D. Rauen, M. Leahy, C. Meyer, J. Blahnik, J. Slifka, D. Boland.

The Newman Club of Winona State College serves a threefold purpose: educational, social, and religious. Th is triadic aim is carried out mainly through weekly meetings held at the newly acquired Newman Center. The activities sponsored by the club included classes explaining the Mass and the Sacrament of Marriage, and the Tri-College Dance held annually each Spring. Officers included Ronald Cleveland, President; Mike Ryan, Vice-President; Sandy Schleich, Secreta ry; and Ray Haworth, Treasurer. Mr. Emanuel was the adviser.

NEWMAN CLUB . . • Row 1: S. Schleich, M. Ames, G. Goetzman, R. Glatch, G. Schroeder, A. Hennessy. Row 2 : A. Fratzke, P. Tabor, J. Bautch, B. Sinnott, M. Murphy, M. Walsh, M. O'Connor. Row 3 : T. Spehar B. Bryn, B. Doffing, K. Leutz, J. Wohkittel, J. Peplinski, J. Nardinger. Row 4 : J. Modieski, M. Bergaus, S. Rumstick, B. Stegmaier, E. Daugherty. Row 5 : S. Allen, M. Gappa, J. Florin, A. Fishbaugher, P. Sherman, E. Parkinson. Row 6 : G. Huseby, R. Bisek.

SPONSOR RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK WESLEY FOUNDATION The objective of the Wesley Foundation, the Methodist student organization on campus, is to develop a better understanding of the Christian faith . At Christmas the club brought joy to shut-ins with their carol ing. The officers were Lucy Barnes, President; Marlene Miller, VicePresident; Sharon Glissendorf, Secretary; Charlene Gebha rd, Treasurer; Lynn Sheldon, State Representative; and Marlene Jefferis, Historian. Reverend Richard l ewis was the adviser. Row 1: M. Miller, C. Botcher, M. Crabtree, J. Crandall, M. J efferis. Row 2: D. Holland, M. lssendorf, l. Sheldon, R. Chase, S. Flanagan, S. Glissendorf. Row 3: l. Barnes, J. Morcomb, J. Plooster, P. Po·tratz, C. Botcher, B. Chapek, C. Gebhard. Row 4 : C. Happel, C. Richardson, J. Cole, G. Schmidt, Rev. Lewis, P. Waalkens, R. Ballinger, S. Lehmann, M. Arneson.

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KAPPA Pl Kappa Pi is an art organization serving the college by providing the decorations for many of the big events during the college year. Each year they decorate the queen's float for the Homecoming parade, the windows at Christmas and the Smog for the Spring prom. The officers were Rhoda Esson, President; Dorie Jick, VicePresident; Ginny Adams, Secretary; Dorothy Wheeler, Treasurer; and Margery Rand, Historian Recorder. Miss Murray was the adviser.

Row 1: D. Jick, G. Adams, P. Lockie. Row 2: C. Happel, F. Kragness, Miss Murray. Row 3: M. Rand, J. Modjeski, R. Essen. Row 4: H. Schwind, C. Holland, R. Walstrom, L. Ohnstad. Row 5: R. Sim, D. Wheeler.

CLUBS DEVELOP SKILLS OFFER SERVICES WORLD WIDE MESSAGE-Radio Club

ENGLISH CLUB As the name suggests, this club is for people interested in English - namely English majors and minors. The object of this club is to aid people planning to teach the subject. The group this year took a trip to St. Paul to see Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream." The officers were Mary Schwager, President; Constance Eckhoff, Vice-president; Marlys Pater, Secretary; Robert Cameron, Treasurer. The adviser this year was Dr. Guthrie. Row 1: J. Ka Imes, N. Figy, C. Eckhoff, B. Gerlach, M. Ames, M. Pater. Row 2: H. Guthrie, R. Cameron, D. Harris, E. Grote, N. Frisby, P. Beggs, R. Fraser, S. Lang.


Y.W.C.A. Remember the big sister who helped you so much when you were a confused freshman? She was a member of the Y.W.C.A., and she was participating in one of the projects of the Y.W.C.A. at Winona State. The annual BigLittle Sister Tea is something which few girls forget. Other projects of the Y.W.C.A. include bake sales and decorating a Christmas tree in Richards Hall Cafeteria. Participation in these activities helps to fulfill the goal of the "Y," which is to develop the social and spiritual aspects of of a girl 's personality. The officers were Jeanne Collidge, President; Sara Lehman, Secretary; Lucy Barnes, Treasurer; Sally Hartle, District Representative. Miss Ruth Payne is the adviser.

Row 1: L. Barnes, C. Happel, J . Coolidge, C. Botcher. Row 2: M. Kreisel, S. Hartle, S. Leh mann, Miss Payne, S. Flanagan.

CIRCLE K Circle K is one of the more recent organizations, but it is already a very active service group on campus. The motto of the club is "We build ." This year the club sponsored a club night which helped acquaint new students with the clubs on campus. Circle K also conducted a "straw vote" and a "Get Out and Vote" campaign. Members of the group help in the publicity for the school by acting as guides for visiting groups and by participating in recruiting trips. The officers were John Fluegel, President; Ron Yarolimek, Vice-President; Don Turner, Secretary; and Duane Gebhard, Treasurer. Mr. Bersani and Dr. Marley were the advisers.

Row 1: D. Turner, J. Fluegel, R. Yarolimek, B. Tryggestad. Row 2: P. Puck, B. Wood, D. Gebhard, R. Duncan.

RIFLE CLUB The Rifle Club is a newly formed club on campus which will promote rifle, pistol , shotgun and archery marksmanship. The club plans to participate in inter-collegiate match rifle competition. The officers were Dave Nelton, President; Jack McCarl, Vice-President; Dave Keller, Treasurer and Firearms Instructional Adviser; Keith Tschumper, Range Safety Officer; and Dona Mulholland, Secretary. The adviser was Mr. Hopkins. Ro w 1: D. Nelton, M. Petersen, D. Keller, W. Ferguson, J. Denzer, R. Boland, R. Segale.


Row 1: C. Nihart, K. Morcomb, P. Beggs, A. Meyer, K. Wendt, M. Jefferis, B. Cameron. Row 2: J. Kalmes, J. Horton, C. Paulsen, L. Ohnstad, M. Rand, C. Eckhoff, A. Kaldunski, S. Flanagan. Row 3 : J .Mulfinger, F. Murray, K. Wolfe, I. Plitzuweit, C. Richardson, D. Wheeler, R. Ballinger, N. Figy, W. Ferguson.

KAPPA DELTA Pl Kappa Delta Pi, a national honor society in education, is open by invitation to college juniors and seniors who rank academically in the upper fifth of the institution and have completed a required number of credits in education. Among their activities were speakers on the International Education Theme, an Honor Tea for freshmen and sophomores on Valentine's Day, and the selection of seniors to the Purple Key. Officers included Alice Kaldunski, President; Dorothy Wheeler, Vice-president; Ardell Meyer, Secretary; Ralph Ballinger, Treasurer; Mary Schwager, Historian-Recorder. Miss Murray acted as counselor.

SKILLS AND SCHOLARSHIP

INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB The purpose of the lndu~ trial Arts Club is to increase knowledge and skil l in this field. Films and speakers from industry and education were featured at the bimonthl y meetings. The activities for the year included a Halloween party and a swimming party. Officers of the organization were Jim Cole, President; H a r r y DeWald, V ice - President; and Milton Liv ingood, Secreta ry-T reasurer. Dr. Jackson, Dr. Capron and Mr. Fugl sb y acted as advisers. Row 1: P. Waalkens, H. DeWald, D. Jaeger, J. Slifka. Row 2: T. Stendal!, M. Livingood, R. Zenke, J. Oldenburg. Row 3 : Mr. Fuglsby, M. Erickson, D. Wenger, G. Kloek. Row 4: J . Ph ill ips, P. Puck.


GOVERNMENT FOR OUR DORMITORIES

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Over 400 students at WSC make their "home away from home" one of the four college dormitories. Here students met many new friends in a different type environment. "Dorm-days" will never be forgotten by most students ... hours ... popcorn parties ... counselors ... water fights . . . the Smoker . . . card sharks . . . ping pong . . . late key . . . quiet hours? . . . open house . . . Christmas decorations . . . room checks . . . "Campused" . . . banquets . . . lunch l ine . . . "midnight oil" . . . Student Deans .. . and bull sessions will bring some ~emeries to each of us. The dormitory 1s governed by three councils which establish regulations and disciplinary practices for the dorm residents.

Inter-Dorm Council

Row 1: K. Parker, B. Bladholm, F. Griffith, W. Hellickson, L. Johnson. Row 2: C. Fremling, R. Hinkly, J. Alfonso, B. Young.

Boys Dorm Council

Girls Dorm Council

Row 1: L. Thompson, H. DeWald, G. Sprenger, D. Turner. Row 2: J . Fitzgerald, B. Young, J. Alfonso, R. Hinkly, B. Hill. Row 3 : C. Fremling, F. Klein, I. Plitzuweit, C. Carstensen, D. Glazier.

Row 1: S. Hartle, D. Whittier, M. Jefferis. Row 2: S. Glissendorf, Miss Ahrens, L. Bergsgaard, R. Esson, P. Beggs. Row 3: M. Ritman, S. Walhus, S. Frankfurth, F. Griffith.


ACT WELL YOUR PART

Row 1: G. Murtinger, P. Puck, J . Fluegel, S. Radtke, W. Parker, J. Fitzgerald, R. Cleveland, B. Young, A. Stevens. Row 2: B. Andersen, M. Theis, J . Peplinski, B. Bryn, N. Frisby, V. Shiel, C. Eckhoff, M. Pater, S. Roth . Ro w 3 : S. Taurinskas, H. Schwind, R. Walstrom, A. McAlliste r, J . Muller, E. Daugherty, J . Thode, K. Berg, B. Mclean. Ro w 4: C. Diekmann, R. Stukel, Mr. Reidelberger, Miss Magnus, D. Jick, L. Conway.

WENONAH PLAYERS Drama is the synonym for Wenonah Players at Winona State. The members carried out their style of drama in superb performances in the three plays produced this year: The Crucible, Arsenic and Old Lace, and Candida. Each one was one to be remembered in the history of drama at Winona State College. This year's officers were Clarence Crum, President; Joe Fitzgerald, Vice-president; Carol Sherman, Secretary; Randy Stukel, Treasurer; and Paul Puck, Head Technician. The adviser for Wenonah Players is Miss Magnus.

CLUBS INSTILL SPIRIT OF FRIENDLY COOPERATION VETS CLUB As the name implies, thi s club is for all students at Winona State who are veterans. It is a newly organized club this year. The members took an active stand in dea ling with policies affecting veterans, and they took part in other activities, including the sponsorship of parties and social meetings. Mr. Hopkins was the group's adviser.

Row 1: R. Rumstick, M. Swadner, R. Hopkins, T. Keepers, F. Buse. Row 2: D. Kraling, D. Bzoskie, J. Kremer, A. Ihrke, C. Zane, R. Boland. Row 3 : J. Phillips, P. Tabor, R. Segale, B. Hogenson, W. Ferguson, W. Schuth, R. Sanden.


Row 1: J. Grausnick, J. Muller, M. Ames, D. Jick, M. Pater, Ann McAllister. Row 2: D. Magnus, S. Roth, G. Mits.:h, A. Wolfram, S. Baudhuin, C. Eckhoff, J. Reidelberger. Row 3: D. Wilkie, B. Young, J. Fitzgerald, B. Mclean, G. Ziebell, R. Cleveland, H. Schwind.

W.S.S.A. Winona State Speech Association gives valuable service to the people in the department. The interesting monthly meetings and speakers are only one of the services. The District Three Speech Festival was ably managed by the Speech Department. This allowed the majors and minors to gain va luable experience in judging and in the other work of conducting a speech contest. The officers were Joe Fitzgerald, President; Randy Stukel, V ice-president; Karen Aune, Secretary; John Davis, Trea surer; Connie Eckhoff, Historian. The advisers are ilfliss Magnus and Mr. Reidelberger.

ACADEMY OF SCIENCE The Academy of Science

I pursued its general purpose

j of furthering

interest in science by having guest speakers at their mee1 i ngs, previewing f ilms, attending various Science Fairs, and taking tours. Each year the club sponsors the Winter party. Male students compete on teams to win the name of Fair Lady for the girl of their choice. This year's officers were Robert 'v\unkel, President; Irvin Plitzuweit, VicePresident; Lucille Ba r n e s , Secretary; and Ray Haworth, Treasurer. Dr. Fremling and Mr. Foss acted as advisers.

Row 1: K. Voth, P. Beggs, A. Peter· son, C. Botcher, J. Kidd, H. Mark, J. Horton, K. Parker. Row 2: L. Barnes, M. Schroeder, C. Paulsen, J. Mayo, B. Blumentritt, R. Olson, J. Sullivan, K. Tashima. Row 3 : F. Foss, J. Boyum, R. Hill, C. Carsten· sen, P. Gifford, G. Sprenger, J. Felsch, J. Blahnik. Row 4: Dr. Frem· ling, D. Kesti, K. Ault, I. Plitzuweit, R. Schoen, R. Moline, M. Rice, D. Tobias, J. Kerrigan.

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Row 1: D. Gebhard, B. Wood, S. Baudhuim, R. Geppert. Row 2: D. Fruechte, S. Boller, R. T. Wendland, M. Westerman, R. Pichlik, S. Deeren.

RADIO CLUB BUSINESS CLUB The Business Club was organized for students majoring or minoring in business who desire closer contacts with the business field. The activities of the club include field trips to industry, guest speakers, movies, discussion sessions, and college service projects. The officers were Jon Christensen, President; James Nissen, Vice-President; Marilyn Schroeder, Secretary-Treasurer. Miss Finch, Mrs . Hoff, Dr. Foegen, and Dr. Marley served as advisers.

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The Amateur Radio Club was formed to promote amateur radio activity on the campus of Winona State Col lege. This year the cl ub held a demonstration in the Smog in which messages from the students were sent to points all over the United States with al most one-hund red per cent delivery. The officers were Mike Westerman, President; Steve Boller, VicePresident; Steve Deeren, Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Wendland was adviser.

Row 1: C. Diekmann, B. Krame r, M. Schroeder. Row 2: R. Bo land, M. Petersen, F. Buse, K. Michaels, . l. Schmidt, W. Schuth. Row 3 : J. Schuth, D. Wilkie, G. Schmidt, R. Larso n , D. Keller, C. Accola, D. Harmon, R. Mate1ka. Row 4: K. Ault, G . Huseby, M. Rice, J. Nissen, R. Von Sien, A. Mahlke, R. Ho rton, M. Healy, A. Stevens.



WARRIORETTES . . • Standing: G. Adams, P. Solum, B. Gerlach, C. Nihart, S. Roth, K. Berg, B. Bladholm, J. Lamme, K. Fanning, J. Vigness, V. Miller, J. Strommer, E. Grote, A. Fishbaugher, N. Bruder, Y. Reppe, M. Schroeder, R. Chase, B. Benike, J. Horton, T. O lson. Front: J. Coolidge, B. Kramer. Not pictured: S. Waltzer, S. Spencer.

THEY LEAD SCHOOL SPIRIT

FIGHT! Fellows fight for old Winona Fight on for her fame You are the ones we're looking to To win this game. March down the field and on to vie· tory, You cannot fail. Hail to or ALMA MATER, Our Winona Hail!

WSC Cheerleaders-Row 1: Brenda Anderson, Donna Myran; Row 2: Linda Olson, Kaye Parker; Row 3: Bert Nelson, Nancy Frisby. Kathy Stork was the alternate.


OUR ATHLETES

W CLUB

Row 1: G. Mitsch, J. Delozier, D. True. Row 2 : M. Cunningham, G. Schneid-

er, D. Percival, G. Grob, T. Keepers, W. Ferguson, L. Cline, L. Willis, G. Tashima. Row 3 : G. Demars, A. Dvorak, D. Rauen, C. Zane, D. Glazier, J. McCartney, B. Lietzau, H. Ferkingstad, R. Wolf, P. Maloy. Row 4 : A. Klinder, A. Ihrke, W. Fachett, C. Weisbrod, C. Brodt, G. Pahl, G. Grob, E. Simon, J. Goetz, D. Rislove, D. Anderson.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

"W" CLUB The "W" Club is for all athletes on campus who have earned a major letter in any sport. This year's activities included the sponsoring of a Homecoming queen candidate and participation in the style show preceding it, ushering in the Parent Day Football Game, selling refreshments for basketball games and wrestling matches, and sponsor ing an alumni banquet. Officers were David Glazier, President; Bernhard Pieper, Vice-president; David Rislove, Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. McCown acted as adviser.

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Row 1: G. Luethi, C. Zane, P. Maloy, L. Cline, G. Grob, J. Walker, L. Clingman, R. Lunn, B. Coniglio, M. Henry; Row 2: B. Larson, 0. Rislove, R. Skallum, L. Carroll., M. Leahy, J. Parker, W. Gordon, J. Kramer, G. Schneider, M. Cunningham, D. Konop; Row 3 : E. Simon, D. Rathke, W. Rauen, T. Keepers, G. Sprute, B. Nustad, R. Olson, B. Johnson, Coach Mertes; Row 4: 0. Glazier, A. lrke, J . Christenson, G. Pahl, B. Gray, J. Blahnik, D. Mutschler, K. O'Brien, B. White; Row S: G. Ferrala, B. Pieper, J. Demars, B. Wolf, G. Schammel, R. Henderson, M. Barth, M. Rouse, Coach Molinari.

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WARRIOR HOPES FALL SHORT The Warriors completed a successful season with four wins, three losses, and one tie. After opening the season with non-conference victories over Stout State 13 to 0 and Eau Claire 14 to 0, the Warriors then turned to conference battles and tied Winona's arch-rival Mankato in a game hampered by mud and rain. The Warriors got back on the winning road at Maxwell Field with a well deserved 26 to 6 victory over the Beavers of Bemidji. This game marked the first time this year a team crossed the goal line against the defensive-minded Warriors. The Warriors then left on a long roadtrip to Houghton, Michigan, and lost a heartbreaker to Tech 7 to 0. In the hom~coming game against the Dragons of Moorhead, our team won the statistical battle but lost the ever important battle of the scoreboard 2-0. In the final conference game of the season the Warrior defense gave up only two TD's of the five given all season, but this was too much as the Warriors lost 14-6. The Warriors ended a three-game losing streak in the final game of the season by defeating the U. of Illinois, Chicago Branch, 28-6. Overall the Warriors scored 87 points while limiting opponents to 35 points. In conference the Warriors outscored their opponents 32-29 while outscoring non-conference opponents 55-6. The Warriors' defense was tops in NSCC and was rated nationally. Four WSC gridders named to the All-American team were Bob Wolf, Gale Sprute, Dave Rislove, and Dave Glazier. Gale Sprute was named to the second team Little All-American defensive unit. Seniors on the squad were Dave Glazier, Merlin Zimmer, Ell sworth Simon, Lance Carroll, Jon Parker, and Bernie Pieper.

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ENDS-Grob, Pahl, Rislove.

BACKS-Henry, Konop, Larson.

Parker, Carroll, Pieper.


Henderson, Demars, Ihrke, Ferrata.

CO-CAPTAINS and COACH- G. Sprute, M. Molinari, D. Glazier.

1960 SCORES We 13 14 0 26 0 0 6

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Opponent Stout Eau Claire Mankato Bemidji Michigan Tech Moorhead St. Cloud Chicago Branch

0 0 0 6 7 2 14 6

BACKS- C line, Kee pers, Rauen, Matti.

LINE- Clingman, Schneider.

Cunningham,

Christensen,

l ALL-CONFERENCE- J. Demars, G. Sprute, D. Rislove, B. Wolf.

BACKS- Rouse, Luethi, Zane, Maloy.

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FOOTBALL BATTLES (Lower Left) A Tribute To The Seniors: J. Parker, L. Carroll, B. Pieper, and E. Simon.

CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won lost Tied Mankato 4 0 1 Michigan Tech 4 1 0 St. Cloud 2 3 0 Bemidji 2 3 0 Winona 1 3 1 Moorhead 1 4 0

Pct. 900 800 400 400 300 200


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CROSS COUNTRY The Winona State cross-country team, hampered by lack of depth and experience, posted a mediocre 6-3 record. The team started strong by posting victories over Wartburg and Carleton Colleges, but they lost in following meets by small margins. The meet with La Crosse State was part of the homecoming fest ivities of 1960. The team finished second in the Northern States College conference; Mankato was first . Dick Anderson, WSC's only entry, was runner-up i n t he Amateur Athletic Union's Northwest Cross-country Open at the University of Minnesota. The harriers were led in their meets by Dick Anderson, John Finnegan, and John Modjeski. Other members of the team were Jim Slifka, Harry Davis, Jerry Freseman, and Allen Grimes. This was the third season of cross country as an intercollegiate sport at W inona State.

WSC Cross Country Team- Row 1: J. Finnegan, H. Davis, R. Anderson; Ro w 2: J. Slifka, J. Freseman, J. Modieski, Coach Jones.

CROSS COUNTRY SUMMARY WE

31 30 14 32 29 25 36 14 29

OPPONENT Iowa State Teachers Luthe r Ri ve r Falls La Crosse Lo ras Wartb urg Mankato Carleton Dubuq ue

24 28 22 27 26 32 25 23 26

FROM THE BEGINNING

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TO THE END.


Baske tball Squa rd-Row 1: R. Ekker, J. Vinar, C. Brodt, L. Papenfuss, K. Stellpflug, Coach Gerlach ; Row 2 : C. Weisbrod, R. James, G. Goetz, A. Klinder, D. Papenfuss; Row 3 : M. Leahy, R. Ryder, R. Lietzau, E. Hellerud, Manager.

WARRIORS POST 14-9 RECORD BEST SINCE '51 Coach Joe Gerlach's varsity basketball team finished a 23 game schedule with a very impressive 14 to 9 record, the best Winona State record since 1951. The Warriors were a young ball club thi~ year, lacking the really big man who has become a necessity to college teams nowadays. However, high team scoring overcame this handicap in most games. Four returning lettermen, Sprute, Stellpflug, James, and Goetz made up the nucleus of the young team. Other members of the team were Dick Papenfuss, Jim Vinar, Clarence Brodt, Charles Weisbrod, Arlan Klinder, Al Bronson, Gavin Grob, and Lyle Papenfuss. The defense used by the team was basically man-toman, but it caried to meet particular situations. Winona State's Ken Stellpflug finished second in the individual NSCC scoring race; Goetz came in seventh. Prospects for next season look good as not a single man on this year's roster is a senior. The 1961-62 season wi 11 see a more mature and experienced basketba 11 squad at Winona State.

DICK PAPENFUSS

ARLAN KLINDER

LYLE PAPENFUSS 72


WE 73 49 73 73

75 78 71

78 88

70 56 92

83 81

78 78 90 79

74 85 85

Basketball Coach, Joe Gerlach.

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OPPONENT STOUT WAYNE STATE SUPERIOR MICHIGAN TECH RIVER FALLS STEVENS POINT STOUT BETHEL MICHIGAN TECH LA CROSSE MANKATO PLATTVILLE ST. CLOUD MANKATO STOUT BEMIDJI OSHKOSH BEMIDJI MOORHEAD LORAS ST. CLOUD IOWA STATE TEACHERS MOORHEAD

62

60 82

56 79 OT 86 OT 68

56 66

60 86

74 84 OT

100 66 66 93 71

49 66

75 86 71

CLARE BRODT BOB JAMES

KEN STELLPFLUG

JIM VINAR

CHUCK WEISBROD

.... JERRY GOETZ

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BASKETBALL BATTLES Cheerleaders relaxing-R. Nelson, K. Parker, D. Myran, N. Frisby, L. Olson, and B. Anderson.

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" 8" Basketball Squad-Row 1: A. Dewitz, Coach, P. Blumentritt, G. Schammel, Gaven Grob, Gary Grob; Ryder, R. Huseby, J. lsensee; Row 3: R. Lietzau. G. Snyder, R. Wahl, Manager.

Row

2: M. Leahy, R.

"B" BASKETBALL The Warriors "B" Basketball team, coached this year by Arthur DeWitz, included sophomore and freshmen prospects and transfers and may very well make a big difference in varsity basketball for next yea r. The team played various city league teams and other collegiate "B" squads and showed a great deal of potential. Team members were Paul Blumenlritl, Gerald lsensee, Gavin Grob, Reinhart Huseby, Mike Leahy, Bob Lietzau, Jon Lillehaugen, Ron Ryder, Gary Schammel, George Snyder and manager, Roger Wahl.

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COMPILING AN IMPRESSIVE RECORD

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WSC Wrestling Squad- Row 1: S. Maussoner. G. Mitsch, G. Marchionda, P. Choffin, L. Willis, D. Moracco, R. Haworth; Row 2: Coach Jones, J. Wedemeier, G. Ferrata, B. Gray, N. Keller, R. Alfro, T. Dvorak, I. Imm, P. Flaherty, B. Pieper, M. Barth.

The Winona State wrestlers climaxed a f ine season under the capable direction of coach Bob Jones, when they returned from Colorado with fourth place honors in the National Wrestling Tournament. The team finished the toughest wrestling schedule in Winona State's h istory with a 7-5 record. The grapplers were "Champions" of the Carleton College Tourney, and placed second in the Northern States College Conference. In the N.A. I.A. meet, Jerry Wedemeier rega ined the heavyweight champ ionship which he had held as a Freshman. Ray Haworth and Dave Moracco both took third place honors and Larry Willis placed fourth. Next yea r, the Nationa l Tournament will be held at Winona State. On the Warriors' schedu le were meets w ith such outstanding teams as those from Bloomsburg (Pa.) State Teachers College, defending N.A.l.A. champions; Iowa State and Iowa State Teachers; and Northern Illinois.

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TRAVELING SQUAD


Spencer Maussoner

George Ferrata Jerry Wedemeier

WRESTLING SCHEDULE WE

14 22 12 16

20 0 27 13 10

19 20

26

OPPONENT MANKATO CARLETON BLOOMSBURG (PA.) ST. CLOUD WARTBURG IOWA STATE UNIV. MOORHEAD SOUTHERN ILL. UNIV. IOWA STATE TEACHERS RIVER FALLS NORTHERN ILL. UNIV. LA CROSSE

15

8 15 13

6

26 2 15 17

8 8 3 Gary Mitsch

Co-Captains and Coach-B. Pieper, Coach J o ne s, and G. Mitch.

Larry Willis


SWIMMING Winona State tankers in 196 l compiled the finest record in Winona swimming history with a l 0-0 record in the dual meet season and seventh place in the NAIA. This was Winona State's first trip to the NAIA tournament. The Winona mermen saw many records broken this season. The A squad was made up of 21 members, all of whom shared in this victorious result. The first competition this season, a telegraphic meet with Grinnell, caused added interest. The co-captains of the WSC team were Wayne Fatchett and Mike Hull. Other lettermen returning from the previous year were Jerry Clingman, Robert Renslo, Jerry McCartney, Dave Percival, and Dick Theurer. The team competed in 11 different events during the season. The enthusiasm and spirit of the group along with the skill and experience may result in increased success in the future. The swimmers who were named All-Americans of NAIA were Wayne Fatchett, Jim Hauser, Mike Hull, David Marqueson, Jerry Miller, Stuart Miller, Bob Renslo, Dick Schleicher, and Jerry Ziebell.

Captains Wayne Fatchett and Mike Hull checking times with Coach Jim Voorhees.

• Undefeated swimmers place seventh 1n NAIA Row 1: Scott Baudhuin, Larry Clingman, David Percival, David Frank, Steve Muras; Row 2: Jerry Ziebell, Bob Rens lo, Jim Hauser, Jim Grover, Alan Mahlke, Doug Coffey, Erik Lokensgard, David Marqueson; Row 3: Coach Voorhees, Mike Hull, Jerry McCartney, Jerry Miller, Kent Burleigh, Stuart Miller, Wayne Fatchett, Dick Schleicher, Ross Harrv.

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SWIMMING RECORD WE

OPPONENT

50 71 61 63

Grinnell St. Olaf St. Thomas Mac alester Carleton Michigan Tech. University of Wis. Hamline University Northern Michigan La Crosse State River Falls

53 77 66

78 61 73

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N.A.l.A. Squad Time for relaxation Jerry Ziebell, Bob Renslo, water: Dick Schleicher.

David

Splashing to victory. Marqueson;

in

Stuart Miller, Jerry Mi ller, Ross Harry; In water: Jim Hauser.

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25 34 32 42 18

29 17

22 22 27


DISPLAYING CINDER PROWESS

WSC Track Team- Row 1: J. Alfonso, M. Cunningham, R. Larson, J. Finnegan, J. Calhoun, D. frank, H. ferkingstad, H. Davis, R. Hanson, T. Stanton, K. Burleigh; Row 2: Coach Jones, R. Raether, Manager, D. Livingston, J. Demars, J. Modieski, R. Anderson, M. Rouse, D. Schleicher, H. Hutchings, G. Ferrata, J. Slifka; Row 3: R. Wahl, P. Blumentritl, K. Stellpflug, P. Micheau, J. freseman.

The Winona State track team under Coach Jones met a challeng i ng season th is Spring. With only four letter-winners returning from the previous year, Dick Anderson, Marv Rouse, John Modjeski, and Haro ld Ferkingstad, the team needed added experience and depth. They were assisted in their meets by outstanding Freshmen John Fi nnegan, Carl Grimes, Phil Micheau, and Paul Blumentritt. In the 1960 season, the squad posted a 6-0 dual meet record and finished second in the conference. This year the cindermen fell to Kentucky State and placed second in the triang ular meet with Morehead and Bal larmine College in early Spring meets.

Co¡captains Marv Rouse and Dick Anderson with Coach Jones.

Dave Livingston

It's the 220.


The change of the baton

h's a first for the relay team.

TRACK SCHEDULE April 13 Kentucky State April 15 Moorhead and Bellarmine April 19 River Falls April 22 Carleton Relays April 25 Carleton College April 29 La Crosse State May 2 Iowa State Teachers May 6 Howard Wood Relays May 20 NSCC Meet May 13 St. Cloud, River Falls, Mankato June 2, 3 N.A.l.A.

Carl Grimes over the high hurdles

Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away

John Finnegan

D. Anderson edges Carlton

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P. Helgerson, A. Klinder, D. Papenfuss, R. Leitzau, B. Zellmer, Coach Gerlach; Row 2: D. Mutschler, J. Kosidowski, R. Rogneby, C. Zane, R. Risser; Row 3: Batboy, S. Gerlach, R. Ekker, L. Papenfuss, L. Joyo, D. Roesler, C. Weisbrod, D. Gunderson; Row 4: L. Johnson, M. Leahy, D. Rosenow, M. Sund, G. Grob, J. Swanson.

Row 1:

BASEBALL Infielders, A. Klinder, L. Papenfuss, B. Leitzau, L. Johnson.

Ten Warrior lettermen and 42 candidates and a 29 game schedule greeted Coach Joe Gerlach for the start of the 1961 baseball season. The Warriors will be a veteran ball club except at first base where Lyle Papenfuss takes over and in centerfield where duty will be divided between Larry Joyo and Chuck Zane. The top Warrior hitters, John son, Grob, Klinder, and Rogneby, and mound aces Jon Kosadowski and Mike Sund will be return ing from the 1960 squad. The Warriors will open their season with a southern trip, going first to Illinois to p lay Augusta and Wesleyan and then p laying Loras on the return home. The Warriors then play Eau Claire, Iowa Teachers, St. Cloud, La Crosse at home before taking to the road to play Mankato and Carleton. The Warriors then come home to play River Fal Is, Stout, Loras, and Bemidji before concluding the season against Northern Illinois, Concordia, Moorhead and La Crosse. The Warrior hopes for the future look bright as only three seniors Bob Rogneby, Jim Swanson, and Mike Sund dot the roster, but these three will be sorely missed.

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GOLF

WSC Golf Team-D. Vail, R. Hinkly, M. Voelker, A. Cieminski, G. Hatch, R. Hogenson, S. Maussoner.

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PARTICIPATING ACTIVELY -

INTRAMURALS

Intramural sports serve a definite and useful purpose in any school. They provide an opportunity to everyone interested in sports to play on a team in general season games and also a concluding tournament. This year's activity included basketball, bowling, and softball. The CATS won the League Basketball Title, and the Pups, captained by Irvin Plitzuweit, were the champions of the WSC Intramural Basketball Tournament.

Coach M. Molinari had two letter winners on hand when he issued his initial golf team-call. The monogram men were Rich Gabrych and Bob Hogenson. Other WSC students reporting were Ray Hinkl y, Dave Feindt, Dave Vail, M ike Voelker, and Gary Hatch. In 1960, the team finished third in the NSCC meet. Loss of several good players and lack of experience may hamper the team's results for this season.

TOURNAMENT RESULTS Semifinals Pups 37, Tigers 35 Zebras 46, Bears 31 Finals Pups 43, Zebras 42 (overtime)

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GOLF SCHEDULE April Apr il Apr i l April May May May May May

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Stout - H La Crosse, St. Mary's - H Mankato - A River Falls - H Stout - A Mankato, Luther - A La Crosse - A River Falls - A Conference Meet - Keller

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WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION

W.R.A. Board Members - Row 1: M. Arnold, K. Parker, Miss Moravec, Adviser; Row 2: l. Sheldon, S. Keller; Row 3: M. Hoyt, N. Frisby, A. Kaldunski; Row 4: J. Kidd, S. Frankfurth, and D. Odman.

W.R.A. Officers-N. Frisby, K. Parker, Miss Moravec, Adviser, and M. Arnold.

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The women on this campus en joyed a year-around sports program. Among the many activi ti es of W.R.A. members were vol leyball, basketball, bowling, and badminton. This year the club sponsored a college sports day, a Homecoming float, and a modern dance clinic. Besides participating in activities within our college, teams were sent to other college play-days. The officers were Kaye Parker, President; Muriel Arnold , Vice-President; and Nancy Frisby, SecretaryTreasurer. Miss Moravec was adviser.

Volleyball Champs-Mac, Reg, Pat, Ann, Sharon, Alice and Kaye.


Row 1: C. Botcher, N. Frisby, S. Keller, J. Plooster, R. Robinson, P. Sherman. Row 2 : Miss Moravec, A. Kaldunski, S. Frankfurth, M. Mackey, K. Parker, R. Brunner. Row 3: J. Coolidge, D. Schroder, S. Taurins¡ kas, B. Sinnott, S. Ott, M. Hoyt, S. Lang. Row 4 : I. Hofer, M. lssen¡ dorf, L. Sheldon, J. Moechnig.

Row 1: D. Odman , C. Siever, D. Mulholland, M. Binder, G. Hahn, G. Johnson, B. Stegmaier. Row 2: M. Deleeuw, A. Rose, N. Nowlan , J . Oldorf, D. S!effens, H. Mark, K. Voth. Row 3 : B. Steege, J . Kidd, J. Feehan, C. Nihart, J . Yamamoto, J. Peplinski. Row 4: J. Mclellan, G. Harris, M. Arnold, N. Shay, C. Botcher, H. Jones.

Modern Dancers-R. Childs, C. Botcher, N. Frisby, a nd J. Mclellan.

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WPE Officers-Seated: Miss Day, Adviser; Standing: M. Deleeuw, K. Voth, and Dorothy Steffens.

Row 1: N. Frisby, A. Hellickson, C. Botcher, S. Keller, M. Mackey, S. Frankfurth, M. Binder, D. Mulholland, K. Voth. Row 2: J. Plooster, R. Robinson, P. Sherman, D. Odman, C. Stever, G. Hahn, G. Johnson, M. Kreisel, B. Stegmaier, H. Mark. Row 3: D. Myran, K. Parker, R. Brunner, M. Deleeuw, A. Rose, N. Nowlan, E. Olson, J. O ldorf, D. Steffens, Miss Day. Row 4: B. Sinnott, S. Ott, K. ¡Berg, R. Nord. M. Hoyt, S. Lang, B. Steege, J. Kidd, J. Feehan, M. Arnold. Row 5: S. Taurinskas, D. Schroeder, B. Benike, I. Hofer, M. lssendorf, L. Sheldon, J. Moechnig, J. Mclellan, G. Harris, N. Shay.

The Women's Physical Education Club cooperates with the Department in promoting the interests and welfare of Physical Education at W. S. C. It is open to all majors and minors in this field. Included among this year's activities were the sale of Homecom ing buttons - for a scholarship maintained by the club, annual High School Play Day, a progressive dinner, and curling at the Centerville Curling Club. Dorothy Steffens was President; Mary Deleeuw, Vice - president; Karen Voth, Secretary-Treasurer. Miss Day acted as adviser.

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EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY Amanda Aarestad Elementary Education

George Christe nse n Psychology

John J . Fuller Education

E. L. Ragar Psychology

James Spear Visual Aids

Allan Sturges Education

Magda Talle Education

M. 0 . Wedul Education

FINE AND APPLIED ARTS Agnes Bard Music

H. R. Jackson Industrial Arts

Richmond McCluer Music

J. Hugh Capron

Glen Fuglsby

Fred Heyer

Industria l Arts

Industrial Arts

Music

James Wilson Art

Floretta Murray Art

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Thelma Ahrens

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Physical Education

Susan Day Physical Education

L. A. McCown

Madeo Molinari

Marjorie Moravec

Athletic Director

Physical Education

Physical Education

Robert Jones Physical Education

James Voorhees Physical Education

Mildred Bartsch Extension Supervisor

Joseph Emanuel

Frederick Foss

Calvin Fremling

Luther Gulick

Science

Science

Science

Geography

Grace Ho Science

Richard Hopkins Business Education

Milton Underkoffler Mathematics

Ray T. Wendland Science

Science

Science

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Carl Bersani Social Studies

E. M . Davis Social Studies

Gertrude Finch Business Education

SOCIAL STUDIES AND BUSINESS

Joseph Foegen Business Education

E. T. Millen Political Science

Mrs. Ruth Hopf

D. B. Hoyt

Business Education

Social Studies

Leslie Small Social Studies

Zoe Swecker History

LIBRARY

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LIBRARY STAFF: Ru th Payne, Li b rar ian; Mrs. Wi l helm ina Steege, Library Assistant; Mrs. Isabel Foster, Librar ian; Mrs. Bernice Wells, Li brary Assistant; and A lice Thurston, Cataloger.


Ralph Behling English

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Margaret Boddy English

Adolph Bremer Journalism

Marion Davis Spanish, French

Harold Guthrie

Mrs. Curtis Johnson

Dorothy Magnus

English

English

Speech, Theatre

Augusta N elson

Jacque Reidelberger

English

Speech, Dramatics

Douglas Stenerson English

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WSC SECRETARIES: Mrs. Meg Sabin, Colleen Benson, Jeannette Schuh, and Irene Kleinschmidt.

Mrs. Ruby Clark and Margaret Miller, Nurses.

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PHELPS STAFF

JUNIOR HIGH STAFF: Seated: Mrs. Marie Stratig, Homemaking; Dorothy Andrews, Music; Standing: John Kane, Social Studies; Donald Fick, Science; and Glen Fuglsby, Industrial Arts. Absent: Magda Talle, English.

ELEMENTARY DIVISION: Seated: Kathryn Dunlay, Second grade; George Grangaard, Sixth grade; Mrs. Helen McGrath, Fifth grade; Standing: Howard Munson, Principal; Cleo Reiter, Kindergarten; Doris Pennell, First grade; Mrs. Janice Schreiber, Art. Absent Verlie Sather, Fourth grade, and Opa l Foster, Third g rade.

OFFICE STAFF

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WSC SECRETARIES: Mrs. Amelia Tribell, Bernice Safranek, Angelyn deGroot, Mrs. Shirley Parry, Mrs. Jean Safranek, Mrs. J a ne Henderson, and Hil da Muhle.


FINALS

Finale

FUTURE

1960-61 A BIG YEAR

This year is now only a memory ... but the events and activities will long live in the minds of most students. From the first letter in the fall to the last in the spring, students have written about their "big moments" on campus. It is these events and experiences that have made this year a successful one. With our backs to the past, we leave these experiences and face the future-some of us will return-others will meet new adventures and responsibilities elsewhere.

PURPLE KEY: The highest local col lege honor conferred on students is membershi p in Purple Key. This Spring, these students were given this scholastic honor. They are: Row 1: Ardell Meyer, Mary Schwager, Dorothy Wheeler, Al ice Ka!dunski, Nancy Figy; Row 2: James Karsina, David Harri s, Ralph Ballinger; Absent: Mrs. Jean Ka Imes, Kenneth Wolf. Qua I ifications for membership are excellent scholarship, participation, character, and services rendered to the college. 93


Senior Directory Ann Abts, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Warriorettes 2, 3. Ric ha rd D. Anderson, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Social Studies; - LSA 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 4. Muriel Arnold, B.S., Majors: Physical Education, Biology; - Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. WPE 1, 2, 3, 4. Ralph H. Ballinge r, B.S., Majors: Mathematics, Social Studies; ·SNEA 1, 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Science Club 4. Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4. Lucille Barnes, B.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Social Studies; SNEA 2, 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Science Club 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. YWCA 4. WRA 3, 4. Lois Bergsg aard, B.S., Major:• Kindergarten-Primary Education; Minor: Library; - Dormitory Council 3, 4. Dormitory Student Dean 3, 4. SNEA 2, 3, 4. LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. Arleta Be rnard , B.S., Major: Elemtary Education; Minor: Library; - Dormitory Council 3. Dormitory Student Dean 3. SNEA l, 2, 3, 4. Winonan 3. LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. William J . Bow man, B.S., Major: History; Minor: Social Studies; - Winonan 4. Wesley Foundation 4. Young Democrats 3, 4. Intramural Sports 3, 4. Audrey Brynge lson, B.S., Major: English; Minor: Biology; SNEA 3, 4. Winonan 4. Wesley Foundation 3. Science Club 3, 4. English Club 3, 4. Carol Bue ttner, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - Dormitory Counselor 4. SNEA l, 4. Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4. WPE 1, 2. My Fair Lady Ill 2. Homecoming Queen Attendant 4. Howa rd R. Burtness, B.S., Major: History-Social Studies; Minor: Geography; - SNEA 3, 4. LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. Science Club 3. Young Republicans 4. Donald R. Butler, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Mathe· matics; SNEA l , 2, 3, 4. Newman Club 4. Young Republicans 2, 3. Wrestling 3. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 , 4. Basketball 1. Robert Came ron, B.S., Major: English; Minor: Mathematics; Dormitory Council 1. SNEA l, 3. Wenonah 4. Who's Who 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. English Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Young Re· publicans 1, 2. Senior Honor Seminar 4. l an ce Ca rroll, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Social Studies; - W Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Sports 2. J e rry Chandler, B.S., Major: Business Education; Minor: Physical Education; - Sigma Tau Gamma 3, 4. Business Club 3, 4. Dormitory Council 3. Ronald Clevela nd, B.S., Major: Music; Minor: Speech; - Student Commission Vice President 4. Assembly Committee 3. SNEA 3, 4. Who's Who 4. Newman Club 2, 3, 4. Mason Music 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Wenonah Players 3, 4. WSSA 3, 4. Radio Guild 2, 3, .4. Young Democrats 3. J a mes Co le, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Physical Science; - Wesley Foundation 4. Science Club 4. Industrial Club 2,

3, 4. Clare nce Crum, B.A., B.S., Majors: Business Administration, Speech; Minors: Social Studies, Basic Business; Social Committee 5. Who's Who 4. Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Wenonah Players 3, 4, 5. WSSA 3, 4, 5. Radio Guild 3, 4, 5. English Club 4. Young Republicans l. Swimming Team Man· ager 3, 4, 5. Homecoming Parade Chairman 4. Homecoming Dance Chairman 5. Orientation Team 5. Ga ry Da hly, B.A., Major: Business Administration; Minors: Social Studies, Art; - Wenonah 4. LSA 2 . Business Club 2, 3 , 4. Young Republicans 2. Intramural Sports 2. Evon Daug herty, B.S., Major: Kindergarten·Primary Education; - SNEA 4. Newman Club 4. Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4. Raymond Dee, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Ari; SNEA 3, 4. John De l o zier, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minors: Mathe· matics, Biology; Newman Club 1. W Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Golf 4. Intramural Sports 2. Assistant Wrestling Coach 5. A rthu r DeWitz, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Basic Business; - Basketball l, 2. Track l, 2. Intramural Sports 3. Freshman Basketball Coach 4. Mary Del eeuw, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Social Studies; - SNEA 2, 3. WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. WPE 1, 2 , 3, 4. Westminster Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Dua ne J . Dittrich, B.S., Major: Social Studies; Minor: English; SNEA 3. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Vets Club 4.

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Donna Marie Edwards, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - LSA 1, 2, 4. lntervarsity 1. Chorus 1. SNEA 1, 2. G era ld Eich man, B.S., Major: History-Social Studies; Minor: Physi· cal Education; Intramural Sports 1, 2 , 3, 4. J ames Erickson, B.S., Major: Biology; Minor: Geography; - LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. Science Club l, 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club 4. Martin Erickson, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Basic Business; - Gamma Delta 4. Industrial Arts Club 4. Rhoda Esson, B.S., Major: Kindergarten-Primary Education; Dormitory Council 4, Dormitory Counselor 4. SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4. YWCA 1. Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4. Homecoming - Queen Attendant 4. Keith Farb er, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Basic Business; - Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club 3 , 4. John l . Felsch, B.S., Major: Science; Minor: Social Studies; SNEA 3, 4. Band l. Chorus l. Science Club 3, 4. Rifle Club 4. Joh n Fend, B.S., Major: Physical Science; Minor: Mathematics; Winonan 4. Cross Country 2. Track 2. Be tty Fe rg uson, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 3, 4. Willia m J . Fe rg uson, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Mathematics; - Class Officer 1. SNEA 4. Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. W Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3. Baseball 1, 2. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. Vets Club 4. Rifle Club 4. Nan cy Kay Figy, B.S., Major: English; Minor: Social Studies; SNEA 4. Winonan 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Newman Club 4. Wenonah Players 1. WSSA l. English Club 4. Cheerleader l. Di-No·Mo Club 1. Joseph P. Fitzgerald , B.S., Majors: Music, Speech; - Student Commission, Departmental Commissioner 4. Orientation Team 4. Dormitory Council 4. Dormitory Counselor 4. SNEA 3, 4. Who's Who 4. Newman Club 2, 3, 4. Band 2 , 3, 4. Swing Band 2, 3, 4. Mason Music 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. WSSA 2, 3 , 4. Wenonah Players 2, 3, 4. Radio Guild 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans 2, 3, 4. Sharo n Flan agan, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4. Kappa Delta Pi 4. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. YWCA 4. Young Republicans 4. Richard J . Ga bry ch, B.S., Major: English; Minor: Physical Educa· tion; - W Club 3. Wrestling l, 2. Golf 3, 4. Intramural Sports l. Assembly Committee 4. Charle ne Ge bhard , B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. Mason Music 3, 4. Chorus 3 , 4. Orchestra 3, 4. Roch elle Glatch, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Art; - SNEA 3, 4. Wenonah 3, 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Rangers 3, 4. Homecoming Attendant 4. Our Fair Lady 3. David Glazier, B.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Physical Educa· tion; - Class Officer 2. Student Commission Committee 2 , 3. Orientation Team 3. SNEA 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4. LSA 2, 3. W Club 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Track l , 2, 3. Intramural Sports 2, 3. Dormitory Council 2, 3, 4. Dormitory Counselor 4. Sharo n G lissendo rf, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Music; Dormitory Council 4. Dormitory Counselor 4. SNEA 2, 3. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3. Mason Music 2, 3, 4. Gayle Goetzma n, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 1, 2, 3. Winonan 1, 2, 3. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Science Club 3. Lowell C. Gran, B.S., Major: History-Social Studies; Minor: Geo· graphy; SNEA 2, 3, 4, LSA 1, 2. Young Republicans 1, 2. William E. Ha ll, B.A., Major: Business Administration; Minor: Social Studies; - Newman Club 4. Business Club 4. Gwen Hansen , B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 4. LSA 4. Homecoming Queen Candidate. Charlotte Hap pel, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Art; - SNEA 1, 2 , 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. YWCA 2, 3, 4. Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans 2, 3, 4. David Harris, B.A., Major: English; Minor: History; Winonan 1, 2, 3, 4. Editor 4 . Who's Who 4. English Club l, 2, 3, 4. Sa lly Hartle, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Library; - SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4. Dormitory Council 3, 4. Dormitory Counselor· Student Dean 3, 4. Winonan 1, 2 , 3. Canterbury Club l, 2, 3. Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3. YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans 4. Who's Who 4, Michael Hea ly, B.S., Major: Business Education; Minor: Basic Business; - SNEA 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Business Club 3, 4. Young Democrats 4. Sand ra Hella nd, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. LSA 4. Dolphin Club 2, 3, 4. YWCA 2, 3, 4 . Young Republicans 3, 4. Homecoming Queen Attendant.


Wanda Hellickson, B.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Biology; Orientation Team 4. Dormitory Council 4. SNEA 2, 3, 4. Winonan 1, 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4. Wesley Foundation 1. Science Club 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4. Inter· Dormitory Council 4. Audrey Hennessy, B.S., Major: Kindergarten-Primary Education; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ray Hinkly, B.S., Major: General Science; Minor: Social Studies; - Dormitory Council 3, 4. SNEA 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Science Club 4. Dolphin Club 2. Basketball 1. Golf 2, 3, 4. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Inter-Dormitory Council 4. Warren Hull, B.S., Major: Biology; Minor: Social Studies; Newman Club 1. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. Robert lndihar, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - Newman Club 2, 3, 4. Rangers 3, 4. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Da rrel Jaeger, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Physical Edu· cation; - SNEA 3. Dolphin Club 2, 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Michael J . J ereczek, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Social Studies; - SNEA 3, 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Industrial Club 2, 3, 4. Intramural Sports 1, 2. Doris Frances Jick, B.S., Major: Art; Minor: Speech; - Dormitory Council 2. SNEA 1, 2, 4. Who's Who 4. LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4. WSSA 3, 4. Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. Edward V. Johnson, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minors: Library, Social Studies; - SNEA 1, 2. Science Club 1, 2. Young Democrats 1. Gloria June Johnson, B.S. , Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA I, 2, 3, 4. Religious Committee 3. Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Norman Johnson, B.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Physical Sci· ence; - Student Commission 4. Science Club 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. Alice M. Kaldunski, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. Wenonah 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Newman Club 2 ,3, 4. WRA 2, 3, 4. Jean Kalmes, B.S., Major: English; Minor: Spanish; - SNEA 4. Winonan 1, 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. English Club 4. II Kyu Kang, B.A., Major: Business; Minor: Social Studies; Westminster Foundation 3 , 4. James J. Karsina , B.S., Major: English; Minor: Art; - Band 1, 2, 3. Swing Band 2, 3. English Club 2, 3, 4. Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3. Vets Club 4. Duane Keller, B.A., Major: Business Administration; Minors: Social Studies, Geography; - Business Club 3, 4. Young Democrats 2 , 3. Baseball Team 1. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. Rifle Club 4. Michae l Kleinschmidt, B.A., Major: Physical Science; Minor: Mathe· matics; - Newman Club 3, 4. Donald J . Kre itzer, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Geography; SNEA 3, 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Vets Club 2, 3. Lucille E. Lackore, B.S., Major: Business Education; Minor: Library; Who's Who 4. Senior Honor Seminar 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Kenneth Landro, B.S., Major: Biology; Minor: English; - Class Officer 2. Student Commission 2, 3, 4. Student Commission President 4. SNEA 4. Who's Who 4. LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 3, 4. Cross Country 3. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 . Orientation Team 3, 4. Sharon Lang, B.A., Major: Physical Education; Minor: English ; Class Officer 2, 4. Student Commission Secretary 4. Orienta· lion Team 3, 4. SNEA 4. Who's Who 4. Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. English Club 4. Warriorettes 3. WRA 4. WPE 1, 2, 3, 4. Homecoming Queen 4. Sara Lehmann, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - Dormitory Council 3. SNEA 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4 . WRA 1, 2. Milton Dale Livingood, B.S., Majors: Industrial Arts, Elementary Education; Minor: Social Science; - Wesley Foundation 1, 2. Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Robert Llewellyn, B.A., Major: Business Administration. Jerry McCartney, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor. Mathematics; - Student Commission 4. Who's Who 4. W Club 3, 4. Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club 4. Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Maxine Mcleod, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 3, 4. Al Jean Maje rus, B.S., Major: Kindergarten·Primary Education; SNEA 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Patricia Mason, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 4. Newman Club l , 2, 3, 4. John Maule, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - Newman Club 3, 4. Intramural Sports 3. Ardell Meyer, B.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Chemistry; - SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4.

Donna Mae Meyer, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - Class Officer 1. Bradford Club 1. Kenneth Michaels, B.S., Major: Business Education; Minor: Social Studies; - SNEA 3, 4. Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Business Club 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans 2, 3. Vets Club 4. Kay Morcomb, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 4. D. Dale Mulholland, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Biology; - SNEA 3, 4. Wenonah 2, 3. Science Club 3, 4. Basket· ball 1. Intramural Sports 4. Rifle Club 4. Westminster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Robert Munkel, B.S., Major: Biology; Minor: Geog raphy. Lorreen Munson, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 4. Newman Club 2. YWCA 3. Ronald R. Nelson, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Basic Busi· ness; - Business Club 2, 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3 , 4. Football 2, 3. Herman E. Neumann, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Social Studies; - SNEA 4. Judith Newman, B.S., Major: Kindergarte n-Prima ry Education; Minor: Music; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Mason Music 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Beatrice Nyrud, B.S., Major: Music; Minor: Physical Education; Class Officer 3. LSA 1, 2, 3. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4. Mason Music 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 3, 4. WPE 1, 2, 3, 4. James Oldenburg, B.S., Major: Industria l Arts; Minor: Physical Science; - Industria l Arts Club 2, 3, 4. Football 3. Intramural Sports 2, 4. Vets Club 4. William L. Olson, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Social Studies; - Wesley Foundation 1. W Club 1. Industrial Arts Club 1. Wrestling 1. Track 1. Janice Pampuck, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 4. Newman Club 2. YWCA 3. Jon Parker, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Social Studies; - LSA 4. W Club 2, 3, 4. Football 2, 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 3, 4. N. Jerome Paulson, B.S., Major: Music; Minor: English; - Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Mason Music 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 4. Chorus 3. Young Republicans 1, 2. Donald Peterson, B.S., Majors: Mathematics, Science; Newman Club 2. Intramural Sports 1, 2. John Phillips, B.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Social Science; - Industria l Arts Club 2, 3, 4. Vets Club 4. Bernhard Pieper, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Mathe· matics; - Class Officer 4. Student Commission 4. Who's Who 4. W Club 2, 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. Football I, 2, 3, 4. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Wrestling Co-Captain 4. Athletics Committee 4. Irvin P. Plitzuweit, B.S., Major: Physical Science; Minors: Social Studies, Driver Traini ng; - Student Commission Treasurer 4. Finance Committee 3, 4. Orientation Team 4. Dormitory Counselor 4. SNEA 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Gamma Delta 2, 3. Academy of Science 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans 2, 3, 4. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4. William E. Prigge, B.S., Majors: Mathematics, Social Studies; Minor: Driver Edu cation; Young Republicans 4. Marvin Reihsen, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Socidl Studies; - SNEA 3, 4. Dolphin Club I, 2, 3, 4. Business Club 3. Baseball Team I. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Inter Dormitory Council 2, 3, 4. Robert Renslo, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Physical Education; - SNEA 4. LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. W Club 3, 4 . Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Sigm a Tau Gamma 3, 4. Swimming Team 3, 4 . Intramural Sports 2. Roger Reupert, B.S., Majors: History, Socia l Studies; Minor: English; - Orientation Team 4. Publ icity Committee 4. LSA 3, 4. Sigma Tau Gamma 3, 4. Intramural Sports 3, 4. Myron Rice, B.A., Major: Business Administration; Minor: Mathe· matics; - LSA 1, 2, 3, 4. Business Club 3, 4. Young Re· publicans I, 2, 3, 4. Science Club 4 , Norman Rice, B.A., Major: Business Administration; Minor: Social Studies; - LSA 2. Business Clu b 2, 3, 4, Young Democrats 3, 4. Intramural Sports 2, 3. Vets Club 2, 4. Carole A. Richardson, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Music; - SNEA 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Mason Music 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Roger Rocconi, B.A., Major: Business Administration. Robert A. Rogneby, B.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Physical Science; - W Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2. Base· ball Team I, 2, 3, 4. Sheron Rumstick, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; - Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

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Alla n Ste ve ns, B.A., Major: Business Administration; Minor: Social Studies; - Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3 , 4. Band 1. Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4. Business Club 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans

1, 2. Robert Sa bin, S.S. , Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Social Studies; - Who's Who 4. G eorge Schmidt, B.A., Majors: Business Administration, Physical Science; Minor: Mathematics; Wesley Foundation 3, 4. Business Club 4. Grace Schroed e r, S.S., Major: Elementary Education; - Dormitory Council 3. SNEA 3, 4. Wenonah 3, 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Homecoming Queen Attendant 4. Richa rd M. Schultz, S.S., Majors: Mathematics, Physical Science; - SNEA 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Science Club 3 , 4. Dolphin Club 3, 4 . Vets Club 4. Ma ry Sc hwager, S.S. , Major: English; Minor: French ; - SNEA 2. Winonan 2, 3. Who's Who 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Gamma Delta 1, 2 , 3, 4. English Club 3, 4. Howard Schwind, S.S., Major: Music; Minor: Speech; - SNEA 2, 3 , 4. Winonan 4. Who's Who 4. Gamma Delta 1. Mason Music I, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Dolphin Club I, 2, 3, 4. Wenonah Players 3, 4. WSSA 3, 4. Radio Guild 4. English Club 4. Kappa Pi 4. Business Club 3. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship l, 2, 3. Ralph Sega le, S.S., Major: Elementary Education; Newman Club 1, 2. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 4. Vets Club 4. Rifle Club 4. Na ncy A. Sh a y, S.S.. Majors: Physical Education, Biology; Science Club 3, 4. WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. WPE I, 2, 3, 4. Baptist Student Foundation 1. Richa rd Sim, S.S., Major: Art; Minor: Social Studies; - SNEA 3, 4. Kappa Pi 3, 4. Ellsworth M. Simon, S.S., Major: Science; Minor: Physical Education; - Science Club 2, 4. W Club 2, 3, 4. Young Republicans 4. Football 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 3. Intramural Sports 2. J a mes Slif ka, S.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Physical Educa¡ lion; - Class Officer 4. Newman Club 2, 3, 4. SNEA 4. Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4. Cross Country 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3. Intramural Sports 3. Robe rt Slifka , S.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Art; - Student Commission Publicity Commissioner 4. Social Committee 3. Orientation Team 4. Dormitory Council 3. Newman Club 2, 3, 4. Dolphin Club 2, 3. Sigma Tau Gamma 2, 3 , 4. Wenonah Players 3. Kappa Pi 4. Indus trial Arts Club 3. Merle l . Solie, S.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Geography. George H. Spre nger, S.S., Majors: Mathematisc, Physical Science; Minor: Driver Education; - Dormitory Council 3, 4. SNEA 3, 4. Science Club 4. Dolphin Club 4. Young Republicans 1. Barbara Steege, S.S., Major: Physical Education; Minor: Socia l Studies; - SNEA 1, 3, 4. Wenonah 1, 2, 4. Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Dolphin Club 3, 4. Warriorettes 3. WRA 2, 3 , 4 . WPE 2, 3, 4. Donald Ste ffe n, B.A., Major: Business Administration; Minor: Social Studies. Dorothy Steffe ns, S.S., Major: Physica l Education; Minor: Social Studies; - SNEA 3, 4. WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. WPE 1, 2, 3, 4. Julie Steivang, S.S. , Major: Business Education; Minor: Social Studies.

Index Aadahl, Joann e Aaker, Robert Aase, Lewis 34, 47 Abrams, Lois Abts, Ann 18, 47, 57 Accola, Curlis 32, 46, 56, 64 Adams, Virginia 32, 57, 58, 66 Adank, Richard Adelman, Fred 37, 55 Ahrens, Thelma Albers, Kathleen A lderman, Kenneth 37 Alfaro, Richard 37, 76, 77 Alfonso, James 34, 61, 61 ,, 80 Alilz, Mrs. Eleanor Allen, Alice Allen, Joh n 37 Allen, Lowell 37 Allen , Sharon 57 Allen, William 32 Allen , William R. 37 Ames, Mary 34. 52, 57, 58, 63 Amirani. Rahim Anderson, Brenda 37, 62, 66, N

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Ander son, Dawn Anderson, Earl Anderson, Gary J. Anderson , Mary Lou 37, 56 Ander son, Paul Anderson , Ric hard D. 18, 54 Anderson , Richard L. 67, 71 , 71, 80, 80 Andrews, Maraly n 37, 52, 56 Arneson, Mary 37, 57 Arnold. Muriel 18, 84, 84, 85, 86 Arnold, Victor Arntsen, Dorothy Asing, Wayne Atkin, Rose Marie 34, 56 Auer, Robert E. Aull, Keith 32, 44 45 Aune, Karen 32, 44, 45 Aune, Kirk 37, 45 Ayotte, Wa ller Bachhuber, Max 37 Baerlsch, Evangeline Bailey, Agnes M. Bailey, Steve 37 Bakkedahl, Janice 37, 52, 56 Ballinger , Ralph 18, 45, 46, 47, 57, 60 Balzum, Marilyn 34, 47, 56

Ramona M. Stie hl, S.S., Major: English; Minor: Biology; - Warriorettes 1. Science Club 1, 2. English Club 3, 4. Wesley Foundation 1. SNEA 4. Winonan 4. Library Committee 3. Band 1. Randall J . Stukel, S.S.. Ma jor: Speech; Minor: Sociology; Winonan 2, 3, 4. Rangers 3 , 4. Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4 . Radio Guild 1, 2, 3, 4. Young Democrats 4. Radio Club 4. Newman Club 3. James Suchomel, S.S. , Major: Mathematics; Minor: Physica l Science; - SNEA 3, 4. Newman Club 3, 4. J a ne Sunde, S.S., Major: Kindergarten-Primary Education; SNEA 3 , 4. LSA 4. Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Matthew R. Swadne r, S.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Business; - Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Vets Club 4 . James Swa n son, B.A., Major: Business Administration. George Tas hima, S.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Physical Edu¡ cation ; - SNEA 4. W Club 3, 4. Dolphin Club 3, 4. Football 3, 4. Wrestling 2. Douglas True, S.S., Major: Ele mentary Education; Minor: Physical Education; SNEA 3 , 4. LSA 1, 2, 3. W Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Wrestling 1, 2, 4. Intramural Sports I , 2, 3, 4. Herbe rt Uesugi, S.S., Major: Mathematics; Minor: Geography; SNEA 3, 4. Baseball Team 1, 2. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Da ryl Unnasch, S.S., Majors: Mathematics, Science; - SNEA 4. Young Repub licans 4. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 1, 2. Jo yce Vagts, S.S., Major: Art; Minor: Social Studies; Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. LSA 1, 2, 3. Warriorettes 1, 2, 3. Young Republicans 1, 2. Donald W a hl, S.S., Major: Industrial Arts; Minor: Art; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. Vets Club 4. Sharon W alhus, S.S., Major: Ele mentary Education; - Dormitory Council 4. Dormitory Counselor 4. SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4. N ewman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . Band 1. Marcia Wa ntock, S.S.. Major: Elementary Education; - SNEA 1, 4. HEA 2, 3. Karen W e ndt, S.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Library; - SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4 . Wenonah 4. Kappa Delta Pi 4. Band 1, 2. Chorus 1, 2. WRA 3. Da le Wenge r, S.S., Major: Indus trial Arts; Minor: Chemistry; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Dorothy Wheeler, B.S., Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Library; - SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Science Club 1. Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. Bradford Club 1, 2. Diane M. Fe ue rhe lm Whittier, S.S., Major: Business Education; Minor: Spanish; Finance Committee 2, 3, 4. Dormitory Council 4. Dormitory Counselor 4. Who's W ho 4. Newman Club 1, 2, 3. Business Club 1, 2, 3. Young Republica n s 1. Warriorettes 2, 3 , 4. Classs Officer 4. Kenne th Wolfe, S.S., Majors: Science, Industrial Aris; Minor: Mathematics; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Newman Club 1. Science Club 2, 3. Industrial Aris Club 1, 4. Frances Wolff, S.S., Major: Ki ndergarten-Primary Education; SNEA 3, 4_ W RA 1, 2. John R. Zierdt, S.S., Major: Elementary Educa tion1 - Dorm itory Counci l 2, 3. SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball Team 1. Carriorettes Executive Committee 3. Bradford Club 1, 2.

Bamben e k , Mar y J u d y 37 Baratto, Ber nard 54 Barn es, Lucille 18, 45, 47, 48, 57' 59, 63 Barth , Merli n 34, 68, 76 Baudhuin, Scott 34, 55, 55, 56, 63, 64, 78 Bauer , Marlene 37 Baumann , Darrell Baumann, Emilie B. Baumgartner , James Ba u tc h, Doris 37, 52, 57 Beck er, Lou ise 37 Beggs, Phoebe 32, 53, 56, 58, 60, 61, 63 Beh nken, Kenneth 37 Beier, Bruce Benike, Barbara 38, 66, 86 Bening, Karen 32 Ben ish , Lawrence 38 Benson , D avid Berg, Gera ld Berg, Ka th y 34, 45, 57, 62, 66, 86 Berg, William Bergaus, Mary 34, 57 Berger , James Bergsgaard, Joan ne 38, 56 Ber gsgaard, Lois 18, 47, 61

Bergsrud, Robert Bergstrom, Marle n e 32 Berna rd, Arlet a B ern ard, Lois 37, 47, 56 Bernatz, Richa r d Bess, David Betsinger, Galen Beuchler , LaMar r Bickford, E lizabeth Biever, Robert 32 Bill, Bernetta Binder, Mildred 38, 52, 85, 86 Bisek, Ralph 38, 48, 49, 5 1, 51, 57 B lad h olm Bonnie 32, 46, 47, 48, 48, 56, 61. 66 B lahnik, J ames 32, 47, 53, 57, 63, 68 Blank, Mar tha Blee, H ugh Bluhm, Dana 37, 38, 55 Blum entri tt, Br uce 32, 56, 63 Bium entritt, P aul 38, 75, 80 Boice, David 38 Boland, Dale 38, 46. 57 Boland, Ronald 59, 62, 64 Boller, Steph en 38, 56, 64 Borchard, Clar k 32, 46 Borer , Evelyn A .


Botcher, Carol 34, 47, 57, 59, 63, 85 Botcher, Colleen 34, 57, 85, 85, 86 Bothun, Muriel 34, 47, 55, 56 Bowman, William J. 53 Boyum, Ann 32, 55, 56 Boyum, Gerald 32, 46, 47, 63 Brabant, Donna Bratberg, Glenn 38 Braun, Thomas 34 Bremer, Adolph Bremer, Sylvia Brensel, Fred 50, 51 Bristow. Patricia 32, 45, 48, 48, 49, 51, 51, 52 Brodt, Clarence 34, 67, 72, 73 Brok!, Judith 38 Bronk, John Bronson, Allan Brosseth, Allen 38 Brown, Thomas Bruder, Nancy 38, 66 Bruegger. John R. 38 Brumm, Eugene 48 Brummund, Lorinda 34, 46, 47, 56 Brurgardt, Becky 32, 57 Brungardt, Karl Brunner, Roxanne 32, 85, 86 Brust, James Bryn, Barbara 34, 47, 57, 62 Bryngelson, Audrey 18 Bucher, Duane Buck, Ronald Buettner, Carol 18 Buhler, Louise 38 Bundy, David Bunge, Waldo F. Burdick. Dave Burfeind. Marjcan 38, 56 Burleigh, Kent 38, 78, 80 Burmeister, Allyn 38 Burknickel, George Burt. Allyn Burtness, H oward 18, 46, 47, 56 Buse, Fred J. 62. 64 Butler, Donald 18 Bye, William Bzoskie, Donald 62 Cain, Richard Cain, William Calhoun, Paul 38, 80 Cameron, Robert 18, 31, 58, 60 Caracatsanis, Steve 34 Carlson, Minnie Carney, Martha Carr, Richard Carroll, Lance 18, 68, 68, 70 Carstensen, Charles 32, 32, 44, 47, 56, 6 1' 63 Carter, Jean Casterton, Galen 38 Cerney, Paul John Cezar, Nino 34 Chadbourn, Gerald Chandler. Jerry 19, 54 Chapek, Barbara 32, 47, 57 Chapek, Robert 38, 83 Chase, Roberta 38, 57, 66 Chauinard, David 38 Chatham, Robert Chick, George Childs, Ramona 32, 85 Choffin, Phillp 76 Christensen, Jon Christenson, John 68, 69 Christianson, Kaye 38 Chuchna, Clarence Chumas, James Chupita, Kenneth 38 Cieminskl, Allan 83 Cieminskl, LeRoy Cierzan, Carol Clawson, Cheri Cleveland, Ronald 19, 31, 44, 45, 47' 48. 49, 55, 57' 62, 63 Cline, Lyle 67, 68, 69 Clingman, Laurence 32, 68, 69, 78 Clinkscales, Caron 32 Clow, LaVonne 38 Cocker, Dick Coffey, Douglas 34, 34, 44, 55, 78 Colbenson, George 38 Cole, Gary Cole, James 19, 57 Cole, Sherman Collins, Alexander 34 Condon, Patrick Coniglio, Barry 38, 68 Conway, William 38, 62 Cooksey, Curl Coolidge. Jeanne 32, 47, 52, 59, 66, 85 Corcor an, Bonnie 38 Courtier, John Cox, Michael 38 Crabtree, Mildred 38, 57

Cramer, Donald Crandall, J oan 34, 48, 57 Crossfield, Adele 34 Crowley, Catherine Crum, Clarence 30, 55 Cummings, Karen 34, 48, 48 Cunningham, lllarvin 34, 67, 68, 69, 80 Currier, Ruth Czarnowski, Louis Dahle, Clifford Dahly, Gary 19 Dalleska, John 38 Danielson, James Darling, Gordon 38 Datta, Janis 38 Daugherty, Evon 19, 47, 57, 62 Davis, Gerald 32 Davis, Harry 38, 71, 80 Davis, John Day, Fred Day, Gerald Dec, Raymond 19 Deeren, Stephen 64 Deetz, Robert Delozier, John 19, 67 Densirs, Gerald 67, 68, 69, 69, Dempsey, Gladys Denzer, John 38, 59 Devore, Paul UcVries, L evcrn DeWald, Harry 34, 44, 54, 60, 61 DeW1tz, Arthur 19, 75 UeZeeuw, Mary 19, 85, 86, 116 Diederichs, Corinne Uiekmann, Carolyn 32, 57, 62, 64 Diekrager, Wayne Dilley, Josiah Ditch, Carolyn 34 Dittrich, Duane 19 Uodge, Harold Doer, Robert Doi nng, Bonita 34, 57 Doherty, Richard Domino, Rex 38 Doner, David Doner, L andis 38 Dorskie, Roberta 38 Dovick, Yvonne Doyle, James 35 Dotark, Cletus Dressen, Robert 35 Drwall, James Dudycha, Leon Duellman, Marilyn Duff, Sandra 35, 47 Duff, Thomas Duncan, Ronald 38, 46, 52, 53, 59 Dutton, Carol Dvorak, Anthony 67, 76, 77 Dvorak, Monica 38, 52, 57 Dyar, Larry Ebersold, Sylvia Ebert, Robert 38 Eckhoff, Constance 32, 55, 58, 60, 62, 63 Edstrom, Lee 50, 51 Edwards. Donna 19 Eggett, Ernest Eglinton, William Eichman. Gerald 19 Ekker. Ronald 72, 82 Ellingson, Joan M. 32, 47, 56 Elliott. Charles 32, 54 Ellis, Dorothy Elstad, Edward Elstad. Leif Engler, John 38 Englerth, Allan English, June 38, 56 Enii-rav, Marlin Erickson. Bonnie 35, 55 Erickson, James 20 Erickson. Larry 38 Erickson, Martin 20, 56, 60 Erickson, Ronald Erpelding, Donald Errington, Beverly 38 Espinda. Herb Esson, Rhoda 20, 31, 47, 58, 61 Evans, Ga r y Ewing, Maurice Eyrich. H e nry Fabian, Evelyn Fanning, Karen 35, 66 Farber. Keith 20, 54 Fatchett. Wayne 55. 67. 78, 78 Feehan, Judie 35, 85, 86 Felsch. John 20. 63 Fend, John 20. 53 Ferguson, Barbara Ferguson, 13ettv 20 Ferguson. William 20, 47, 59, Ferkin gstad. Harold 35, 67, 80 60. 62. 67 Ferrata. George 38, 68, 69, 80, 76, 77

Feuerhelm, C. Norman 38 Fiedler, Allen FigyGO Nancy 20, 47, 53, 57, 58, Finley, Michael 38 Finne, Luverne Finnegan, John 71, 80 Fishbaugher, Katherine 57, 66 Fisher, Barbara 38 Fitzgerald, Joseph 20, 31, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 55, 57, 61, 62, 63 Fjoshe. Patricia 38 Flaherty, Elaine 32, 57 Flaherty, Patrick 31l, 76, 77 Flanagan, Jan 32, 47, 48, 48, 57 Flanagan. Sharon 20, 31, 46, 47, 57, 59, 60 Flaten, Wayne Flattum, Roger Fleming, Sheila 38, 52, 57 Florin, Jill 38, 57 Fluegel, John 46, 47, 48, 59, 62 Fluhrcr, William Force, Oscar 32, 53 Ford, Jean Forster, John Forsyth, Dennis 38 Forsythe, Lita Fosburgh, Richard Foss, Mildred Fox. Charles Frank, David 39, 55, 78, 80 Frankfurth, S h aron 35, 61, 84, 85, 86 Fraser. Ruth Anne, 32, 53, 54, 58 Fratzke, Alice 39, 57 Freeburg, Shirley Freese, William 32 Freimark, Gerald 35 Freseman, Jerry 71, 80 Frisby, Nancy 35, 47, 56, 58, 62, 66, 74, 84, 84, 85, 85, 86 Froiland, Arthur Fruechte, Duane 64 Fuller, Edna Gabrych, Richard 20 Gallien, Barbara Gappa, Marie 39, 57 Gappa, Sara Sue Garrison, June 39 Gebhard, Charlene 21, 48, 49, 57 Gebhard, Anna Laura Gebhard, Duane 35, 48, 59, 63 Gengler, Frederick 39 Geppert, Ronald 39, 64 Gerken, Judith 39 Gerlach, Becky 35, 46, 47, 48, 58. 66 Gerllchcr, Myrtle J. Gcrnes, Richard Gernes, William Gerry, Frank 35, 51 Gibbs, Judith 35 Gies, Carl Gifford, Paul 57, 63 Gilbertson, Davis 32, 46, 56 Gillen. James Gilmore, Carole 32 Gislason, Karen Glatch, Rochelle 21, 54, 57 Glazier, David 21, 61, 67, 68, 69 Gleue, Mary 39 Gllssendorf, Sharon 21, 49 Glynn, Patrick Goede, Melvin Goetz, Gerald 32, 67, 72, 72 Goetzman, Barbara 39 Goetzman, Gayle 21, 57 Goetzman, Gary Goltz, Cleo 35, 47, 48, 49, 50, 56 Gonnion, George Gordon, Carolyn 32, 46, 47, 56 Gordon, William 39, 68 Gottschalk, Darrel Graham, Mabel Graham, Wi!Uam Gran, Lowell 21 Graus, Carol 39 Grausnlck, Judy 63 Gravenish, Diane 32, 48 Gray, Allen Gray, Robert 39, 68, 76, 77 Greenwald, Carole 39, 48, 56 Griffith, George 54 Grimes, Allen Grimes, Carl 39 Grimstad, Larry 39 Grob. Gary 32, 47, 54, 67, 75, 82 Grob, Gaven 35, 54, 67, 68, 68, 75 Groenwold, Roger 39, 45 Groeneweg, Joyce Groth, Mertyn Grover, Evelyn Grover, James 39, 55, 78

Grupa, Thomas 35 Guenther, Harold Guenther, Karen 32 Guest. Oliver Gulsvig, Elmo Gulick, Melba Gunderson, Richard 35, 82 Guscetti, Hugh Haack, Rebecca Haase, John 39 Habibi, Bahman 39 Hagen, Janet 35, 47, 48, 51 Hager, Charles 39 Hahn, Gracelyn 39, 56, 85, 86 Haley, Cathleen 32 Hall, Rollin 39 Hall, William 21 Halverson, Emma Hanke, Mark 39 Hansen, Gwen 21, 56 Hanson, Alfred Hanson, Curtis 48 Hanson, Roger 39, 80 Happel, Cha rlotte 21, 46, 47, 57 H araldson, Robert 39 Harders, James Hardtke, Beverly 39 Harlan, Dorothy Harmon, David 35, 46, 55, 56, 64 Harris, Barbara 35 Harris, David 21, 31, 53, 53, 58 Harris, Roger Harris, Virginia 55, 85, 86 Harry, Ross 54, 78, 79 Hartle, Sally 21, 31, 46, 47, 59, 61 Hartman, Gary 39 Hartwell, Rodney Haskett, Evelyn 39 Hassos, Dana! 3 9 Hatch, Gary Hateell, Elizabeth Haugen, Robert Haukoos, Ronald 39 Hauser, James 78, 79 Hawker, William 39 Haworth. Raymond 35, 76 H eadington, Ellen 39 Healy, Michael 21, 57, 64 Hegge, Mavis Heier, Kathryn 39 Heins, Donald 48 Helgerson, Lyle 35, 54 Helgerson, Paul 32, 82 Helland, Sandra 22, 55 Hellerud, Edwin 32, 72 Hellerud. Michael 39 HeJllckson, Ancy 48, 86 Hellickson, Judy Hellickson, Wanda 22, 31, 46, 46, 47, 61 Henderson, Edward 39 Henderson, Roy 68, 69 Hennessy, Audrey 22, 47, 57 Hennessy, Grace Henry, Mike 68, 68 Herman, Jerome 35 Herrick, Donald 39 Herron, Marcene Hew. Amy 46, 47 Heyer, Fred 51 Heymans, Roger Hickethier. Truman Highum, Audrey 38 Hlil, John 33 Hill, Jon Hill, Marilyn Hill, Robert 39, 48, 61, 63 Hinkly, Ray 22, 61, 61, 83 Hint, Donald Hitt. Arthur 39 Hoeppner, Paul Hoesley, Karen 39 Hofer, Inge 39, 56, 85, 86 Hoffman, Judith 56 Hofland, Obie Jr. H ogenson, Robert 62, 83 Holland, Calvin 58 Holland, Darlene 39, 50, 52, 57 H olle. Moonyeen Holle. Richard Holliday, Phyllis 33, 46, 47, 56 Holsapple. Alice Holsapple, Frank Holtegaard, Helen 33 Hoogenhouse, Jessie Hoppe, Lyle 33 Hopper, Eleanor Horton, Jo Ann 32, 33, 47, 48, 60, 63. 66 Horton. Robert 35, 64 H ostettler. Norma Houck . Robert 33 Houghton. Mary Jean 39 Howard. Robert Hoyt. Minnesota 34, 35, 45, 48, 55, 84, 85, 86 Hubbard, Betty Jane Hubley, Gary

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Hull, Michael 78, 78 Hull, Warren 22, 54 Hultgren, Barbara Humble, Cortland Hunt, Edward 35 Huseby, Gordon 57, 64 Huseby, Reinhart :rn, 75 Hutchings, Harold 39, 80 Ihrke, Arley 62, 67, 68, 69 Imm, Ervin 33, 47, 55, 56, 76, 77

lndihar, Robert 2~. 54 Ingham, Richard 39 Inman. Judie Inman, Keith Isensee, Gerald 39, 75 lssendorf, Mary 39, 47, 57, ll5, 86 Iverson, Robert Iwata, Jean 39 Jackman. Gerald 39 Jackobson, Jack Jackson, Charles 33, 35 Jackson, Harold Jackson, Lyman Jacobs, John Jacobsen, Carol 39, 52, 56 Jacobson, Margrelta Jacobson, Tom Jaeger, Darrel 22, 54, 55, 60 Jahimiak, Joan 39 James, Marlene 39 James, Robert 72, 73 Jax, Betty 39, 47, 57 Jefferis, Marlene 33, 47, 57, 60, 61 Jeffers, William 39 Jenson, Berniece Jereczek, Michael 22 Jick, Doris 22, 47, 58, 62, 63 Johannes, Carol 35 Johannsen, Judith 33 Johannsen, Ronald 39 Johnson, Alice Johnson, Allee O. Johnson, Ben 39, 68, 83 Johnson, Donald 46, 83 Johnson, Edward 22 Johnson, Gloria June 22 Johnson, Gregory 35, 51 Johnson, Gretta 39, 56, 85, 86 Johnson, Jerry M. 40, 48 Johnson, Lance 56, 82 Johnson, Larry 35 Johnson, Linda 40 Johnson, Linda L. 40, 57, 61 Johnson, Norman 22 Johnson, Alfred Peter 40 Johnson, Rees Johnson, Russell 40 Johnson, Vermont Jones, David Jones, Gomer 40, 51 Jones, Harla,40, 52, 108, 85 Joyo, Lawrence 82 Julsrud, David 51 I<aczrowski, Joseph Kalsersall, Thomas 35 Kaldunski, Alice 23, 47, 52, 57, 66, 84, 85, 86, 108 Kalmes, Jean 23, 53, 58, 60 Kang, 11 Kyu 23 Kangel, Irene Karlson, John Karnath, James 40 Karsina, James 23 Kauphusman, Richard Keefe, James Keelan, Sharon 35 Keepers, Thomas 62, 67, 68, 69 Kelberer, Raymond Keller, David 23, 59, 64 Keller, Norman 40, 46, 76, 77 Keller, Sharon 35, 84, 84, 85, 86 Kendrick, Larry 40 Kern, Sharon 35, 54, 57 Kerrigan, J ames 35, 48, 63 Kerrigan, Laurel 35, 47, 48, 49 Kessler, Judith 25 Kesti, Dennis 32, 33, 45, 54, 63 Kidd, Judith 63, 84, 85, 86 Kiehne, Kenneth Kilstofte, Carol Kling, Michael 40 King, Ross 40 Klnneberg, Norris 49, 50, 56 Kirchner, Charles Kittleson, Michael 40 Kjos, Carol 40 K jos, Charles 40, 48 Klas, Peter 51 Klausen, Donavan 33 Klawiter, Kenneth 40 Klee. Marguerite Klein, Frederick 33, 47, 48, 61 Kleinschmidt, Michael 23 Kiinder, Arlan 35, 67, 72, 72, 82 Kline, Roger 33, 49, 50, 51 Kioek, Garry 35, 55, 60

Knabe, Thomas Knowlton, Rita Knutson, Robert 40 Kock, Lois 35, 46, 47 Koetting, John Kohler, Marcella l\.ohner, Mary Kohlin. Hobert Konop, Douglas 40, 68, 68 Kosary, Joseph Ko~idowski, Jon 35. 112 Kollartz, Dorene Koutsky, Hichard 40 Kowal, Robert 40 Kragness, Faye 33, 58 Kraling, Donald 40, 62 Kramer, Barbara 33, 57, 64, 66 Kratz, Ronald Kraus, Doris Krause, Donald Krause, Roger Krbechek, Jean Kreisel, Marian 35, 46, 47, 52, 56, 59. 86 Kreitzer, Donald 23 Kremer, Jeffrey 62, 68 Kreuzer, Karen 40 l{rie, Dwala 40, 47, 51 Krings, Dwane Kukowska, Josephine Kulas, Richard Kulasiveg, Richard 40 Kusmski, Annabelle Lackore, Lucllle 23 Laedtke, Glenn Lageson, Mrs. Meta Lambert, Roger 35 Lammo, Janet 33, 46 47, 48, 50, 52, 56, 66 • LaMore, Lowell LaMoyne, Joan 35 Landro, John Landro, Kenneth 23, 31, 44 Lang, Sharon 8, 23, 30, 31, 44, 47, 55, 58, 85, 86 Langowski, John Lanik, Janice 35, 46 Larson, Karen 54, 56 Larson, Richard 35, 46, 64 Larson, Robert 40 68 68 80 Laverty, Michael ' ' ' Leahy, Michael 40, 57, 68, 72, 75, 82 Leahy, Ralph Lebakken, Russell 40 Lebs, Julian 40, 50, 56 Lechelt, Conrad 35 Lee, Rose Leicht, Virginia Lehmann, Sara 23, 47, 57, 59 Lehnert, J era Id 35 Leifeld, Donald Leifeld, Walter Lentz, Karen Ann 40, 57 Lester, Kathryn Levine, Wayne 40 Lieberg, Dennis 40 Lien, Ronald 35 Lietz, Douglas 40 Lietzau, Robert 67, 72, 82 Lightfoot, Franklyn 40 Lillehaugen, Jon 35, 47 Linse, Larry Livingood, Milton 23 60 Livingston, David 80' Llewellyn, Robert 30 Lockie, Patricia 35, 58 Loerch, Lee 35, 46, 50, 51 Loesch, John Loftus, Patricia Lohmann, Lucille 40 Lokensgard, Erik 51, 78 Loomis, Mike Lorang, Maxine 40 Lorscheter, Hichard 33 Lubinski,, Robert 40 Lubke, l.;Onnie 40 Lueck, David 40 Luell, Rollo Luethi, Gary 68, 69 Lukaszewski, Charles Lunn, Ronald 68 Lutz. Diana 40 Lynch, Michael 40 Lyndahl, Ann Lynn, Judith 40 Lyon, Ethel McAllister, Ann 62, 63 McCaffrey, Cerald McCarl, John McCartney, Gerald 24, 31, 44, 45. 54, 55, 67, 78 McCarville, Robert 40 Mccusker, Colleen McElmury, Kenneth McGrath, Harry McGuire, Martin McLean, Robert 35, 62, 63 JlkLellan, Judith 33, 47, 48, 56. 85, 85, 86 JllcLeod, Maxine 24 McMahon, Richard J\lcManimon, Donald 40 McPoland, Edmund

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Prigge, Sandra Prigge, William 26, 46 Prondzinski, David Pronschinske, ~¡ranklin P ronzinski, Robert Przyby lsk1, Robert Puck, Paul 36, 59, 60, 62 Pye, Ca r ol 36, 57 Quam, Paul Raddatz, H erbert 36 Raddatz, J erald 33 Radtke, Stephen 36, 46, 52, 52. 58, 60 Raether, Roger 41, 80 52, 58, 60, 108 Rand, Margery 33, 45. 46, 52, Rangitsch, Kathleen 41, 57 Raschke, Connie 41 Raschke. Kenneth 33, 52, 108 Rasmus~en, J\rdcll Rasmussen, H arold Rathke, David 68 Rau, Jean 46. 47 Rauen, Du Wayne 57, 67, 68, 69 Redalcn, Hichard Richards, Carl Heich, Lily Reichman, Bernard Reihsen, Marvin 26, 55 Reinhard, Douglas 41 Heinke. Mina Henslo, R obert 26, 78, 79 R eplinski. R ich ard Reszka, Karen 33 Reupcrt, Roger 26, 45, 46, 54 Rice. Myron 26. 46, 56, 63, 64 Rice, Norman 26 Richards, Donald 41 Richardson, Carole 26, 47, 48, 49, 50, 57. 60 Richer. Sandra 41 Ricklick. Carol Riley, Robert Rislove, Allan Rislove, David 33, 45, 67, 68, 68, 69 Risser, R. 82 Robbins, Helen Roberton. James 36 Roberts, Alfred Robinson. Rc,qina 41, 52, 84, 85. 86. 108 Rocconi, Roger 26 Roesler, Dave 36, 82 Rogers, Jerome 41 Rogne by, Hobert 26, 82 Rohrer, Gary 41 Romine. Ruth Roppc, Yvonne 36, 51, 51, 56, 66 Rose, Ann 41, 50, 85, 86 Rose. R ober t 36, 46 Rosenow. Dean 82 Roth. Susan 36, 46, 47, 48, 62, 63, 66 Roth, William Rouse, l\1a r\in 33, 68, 69, 80, 80 Rowan, LuElla 33 Ruby, John 41 Rud, Karen 41, 56 Rudnik, William 41 Rudolf, Ca roline Ruegg, Sandra 41, 47, 52, S6 Rumslick. Sheron 26, 57, 62 Hunke!. Da\¡id Ruppert, Gary Russell. L o is 41 Ryan, Michael Ryder, J anice 36 Ryder, Ronald 72, 75 Rydman, R a lp h Ry ks, David Rygmyr, Barbara Sabin, James 36 Sabin, R obert 26 Saecker, J o hn 41 St. John . Beulah Sandon. Ra ymond 46, 62 Sands, Ch a rles 50 Sanness, Alice 41 Sanncss, Sandra 4 I , 50, 56 Sanncss. S h aro n 41, 5 1, 56 Santclman, Judith 33, 47 Satrum, Owen 4 1 Sawyer , Michael Schad e. Rosemary 41 Schammel, Gary 41, 68, 75 Scharmer. David 41 Scheel, Grace Schlecter, Ada Schleich, Sandr a 33, 45, 57

Sch leicher, Ric hard 41 , 55, 78, 79, 80 Schlelly, Lenora Schmidt, J. George 27, 57, 64 Schmidt, James 36 Schmidt, Lewis 64 Schmitz, James Schneider , Glen 67, 68, 69 Schneider , Helen Schneider. Marilynn Schneider , Virgil 41 Schoen, R oger 41, 47, 63 Schoonover, Anita 33 Sch r eiber. Janice 51 Schreiber. Nancy 36 Sch r oder. Deniele 41, 50, 52, 56, 85, 86 Schroeder, Grace 27, 47, 57 Schroeder, Marilyn 36, 47, 48, 63, 64, 66 Schueler , John 48 Schuh, Robert Schulte. Richard Schultz, Richard 27 Schultz, William 48 Schulz, Diane 36 Schulze, Belly 41 Schulll. John 33, 64 Schuth, William 33, 62, 64 Schwager, Mary 27, 41 Schwertel, Mrs. Genevieve Schwind, Howard 27, 31, 47, 48, 49, 55, 55, 58, 62, 63 Seeman , Jerry Segale, Ralph 27, 59, 62 Segermark , Donald Seim. George 42 Senrick, Larry 42 Sc\'crson, Betty 36 Shannon, :\fichael Shay. :-Janey 27, 85, 86 She ldon, Lynn 36, 46, 47, 50, 57, 84, 85 Shellhammer, Ruth Shely, VaVelle Sheridan, B e rnard 42 Sherman. Carol 33 Sherman. Patricia 42, 57, 84, 85, 86 Sherman. Suzanne Shiel, Virginia 36, 47, 62 Shin1izu,

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Sieracki, Ca rol 42 Sim, Richa rd 27, 58 Simon, Ellsworth 27, 46, 67, 68, 70 S imon, Sharon 42 Simon, Yvonne 42 Simonic. Alfonso 42 Simpson, Fred Sinnoll. Barb 42, 47, 52, 57, 85, 86 S isler M. L orna Sisl er M. Conna Sisler :'If. Arlene Sister M. l\1agrcad S ister M. V itcrbo Skalet. Paul 42 Skallum. Roger 68 Skeels, William S kr ukrud, Juli e 42, 52, 55, 56 Slifka. Jim 27, 30, 55, 57, 60, 71, 80 Slifka, Robert 27, 55, 57, 60 Smelser. K enneth Smith , Judith 42 Smith, Mrs. Lucille Smith, Patty 36 Snyder, George 75 Solberg, Earl 33, 36, 46, 54 Solberg. Sandra 42 Solie, Merle 27 Solum. P atricia 33, 46, 47, 48, 56, 66 Soronsen, Carol 42 Sovereign, James Spaag, Rosemary Spaighl, Dan Spark s, Rochelle 36, 46 Spehar, T oni 36, 48, 52, 54, 57 Spencer, Sondra 48, 50 Spinier, Maurea Sprenger. George 28, 47, 55, 61, 63 Sprute, Gale 68. 69, 69 Standiford, Justin Stanton. Antho ny 42, 80 Stapf, Delos 36 Steege, Ann 42 Steege, Barb 28, 47, 85 , 86 Steele, D on ald Steele, Louise Steffen, Donald 28

Steffens. Dorothy 28, 47, 85, 86, 86 Stegmaie r, Elizabeth 42, 46, 50, 57. 85, 86 Steivan g, Julie 28 Stellpflug, Kennet h 72, 73, 80 Stephens, Sharon Stevens, Allan 28, 62, 64 Stever, Carole 36, 85, 86 Stever, Kent Stiehl, Ra mona Stocker, Glenn Stolp, Sharon 42, 50 Stoltman, Thomas Stork, Kathryn 42 Stow, John 56 Stramchaj, Mary 42 Strand, Bennie Str and, Marian 36 Streater, Scott Strehlow, Rosella 42, 56 Strohm, Tom 42 Strommer, Judith 66 S tuke l, R andall 30, 62 Suchomel, James 28 Suchomel, Michael 42 S ullivan, James 42, 63 Sund, Michael 82 Sunde, Jane 28 Sutter, Gerald Sveen . Joan Svenningson, Bonnie 36 Sveom, J on Swadner, Matthew 28, 62 Swain, Ione 36. 46, 50, 56 Swan son, Gerald Swanson. James 28, 82 Swedln, Herbert 42 Tabor, P eter 37, 57, 62 Tashima ,Geor ge 28, 63, 67 Taubert, James 34, 37 T au rins kas, Sharon 62, 85, 86 Teegarden. Ruby Thaldorf. Lorene 37, 48 The is. Ma rilyn 48, 62 Theu r e r, Richard Thie le , Herbert Thiner. Rose Anne 34, 57 Thode, Judith 46, 56, 62 Thompson. Douglas 42 Thompson, Larry 37, 61 Thompson, Maynard Thompson , Nancy 42 Thronson. Minnie Tidball, Esther Tiedeman. Dorothy 42 Timm, Ra y mond Timme r s . Patricia 42 Tobias. Dewayne 48, 57, 63 Tobias. Ronald T o m ashek. John T o r vik. Elle n 37, 46, 47, 56 Tou rville . John Traxler, Roger Trebatowski, Leroy Trclstad. Neletta 42, 50 Trok, Doug las Trok, Ron 42 Trotman. Thomas 42 True. D ouglas 28, 67 Trusler, Richard Tryggeslad, Robe rt 34, 46, 48, 54, 56, 59, 83 Tschida, Anthonv Tschumper, Keith Tupper. Larry Turk, Marie Turne r , Dennis 42 Turner, Donald 46. 59, 61 Twe ito, Cynthia 37 Uesugi. Herb 29 Unerdahl, Carol 34 Unnasch. Daryl 29 Urness, John 51, 51 Va l!t s. Joyce 29 Va il, David 42. 83 Valentine, Janet 42 Van Vleet, Rodney 42 Van West erhuyzen , Karen 42, 48 Vathlng. Judith Valler, Robe rt 42 Vietor, Mvrtl e Vigness. J ulie 37, 45, 46, 47, 56, 66 Vigum, H azel Vinar. J ames 37, 44, 45, 46, 47. 56. 72. 73 Virock, Bruce 42 Voelker, Mic hael 42 Vondrashek. Adrian Vo n Sien, Robert 46, 64 Vose, Rory

Voth, Karen 37, 63, 85, 86, 86 Vrooman, Michael 42 Waalkens, Peter 37, 46, 57, 60 Wacholz, Carl Wachowiak, Gerald Wac h s, Lorra ine 34 Wahl, Donald 29, 42 Wahl, R oger 52, 56, 75, 80 Walczak, Sandra Walhus, Sharon 29, 47, 57, 61 Walker, John 37, 68 Walsh, Margaret 57 Walske, Joan 42 Walstrom, Renata 37, 55, 58, 62 Walstrom, Sally 42 Waller, Mary Walters, Glenn Waile r s, Timothy Waltzer, Susanna 37 Wantock, Marc ia Wantock, Richard 42 Ward, Margaret 56 Warnken, Gerald 56 Watanabe>.... Joann 37, 46 Watkins, k"aul Wedemeier, J erry 76, 77 Wedul, Sylvia 42, 47, 56 Weinmann, Donald Weisbrod. Cha rles 37, 67, 72, 73, 72 Wells, Richard 34 W elper, Wordca n 42 W elt, Larrimore Wendt, Karen 29, 47, 60 W enger , Dale 29, 60 Wera, Bonnie Werkheiser , Priscilla Werre, J oseph West, Wllllam 37, 42 \Vesterman , James 64 Whee ler, Dorothy 29, 47, 58, 60 Wheeler, Susan Whelihan, Edward Whempner, Janel Whempner, Judith Whets tone, Ka y 47 While, Barry 68 White, Clarice Whiteis, Lowell 37 Whiting, Stanley Whittler, Diane 29, 30, 31, 45, 48, 61 Whitworth, Robe rt 34, 50, 51 Wlczek , Elizabeth Wilber, J. Arthu r Wilbur, Curtis 42 Wil~~e, Donald 34, 47, 52, 63, Willford , Wayne 37, 51 Willis . Larry 55, 67, 76 Wilson, Darle ne 42 Wilson, Mlloty Wilson, Sharon 42 Wise, Charles Witte, Ellsabeth Wo bbrock, Gene 42, 57 Wohklttel, Jone 42, 46, 57 Wohle rs, Emelia Wolf, Ro bert 37, 67, 68, 68 Wolfe, Kenneth 29, 60 Wolff, Frances 29 Wolfram, Alfred 63 Wol~Gam , Ma r y 37, 46, 47, 48, Wondrasch , LeEtta 37, 56 Woo d Robert 37, 46, 47, 48, 56 Woodford, Judy Yaedke, Gerald Yamamoto, Jo Anne 34 85 Yarolimek, Ronald 37, 42, 44, 48, 51, 57, 59 Youmans, Jay Young, Robe rt J. 46, 47, 61, 61, 62, 63 Zane, Charles 42, 62, 67, 68 69, 82 Zellmer, B r uce 42, 82 Zenke, Ronald 37, 60 Zicb7JI, Ge ra ld 37, 55, 63, 78, Ziebell, Lawrence Ziemann, Carl Zierdt, John 29 Zill, Lee Zimmer, Corwin Zimme r , Merlln Zirzow, Phy llis Zoe lle, Frank 37 Zomok, Rose 48

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Hurry-Back Barber Shop Winona's Fin est Barbers

Quality Chevrolet Co.

For Appointments PHONE 3104 103 W. 3rd St.

A FRIENDLY PLACE TO SAVE

Johnson at Second

Winona, Minn.

COMPLIMENTS OF W inona 2396

Nelson Tire Service 4th at Johnson

Winona

Winona Electric

Aksel Andersen

Construction Co.

Furniture and Interior Decorating Carpeting

"EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL"

103-105-107 Center Street

119 West 3rd St.

Telephone 5802

Winona

Electricity is Penny-Cheap from

NSP 79 East Third Street

Compliments

Winona T-V Signal Co. 120 East Third Street " TV SIGNAL" GIVES YOU THE MOST AND BEST TV V IEWING IN THE WORLD

100

Minnesota


RACKOW'S BARBER SHOP T. C. Studen ts' Headquarters

Callahan liquor Store

for Haircutting

LEONARD J. TSCHUMPER Phone 4970

l 19 Main Street 1 57 Main -

Near the Post Office

Winona Typewriter Service JACK NEITZKE - Owner 161 E. 3rd St. Phone 8-3300 Winona, Minn. Royal Typewriters Roytype Supplies Facit Calculators Remington Adding Machines Cole Steel Office Furniture Royal, Smith, Cole Portables Used Business Machines

PLETKE'S FINE FOODS

113 E. THIRD

Spice Island Spices

Jones Pork Sausages

Usinger's Sausage

Birdseye Frozen Foods

Richelieu Canned Foods

Bauer's Chocolates

SALES AND SERVICE

FRANK O'LAUGHLIN PLUMBING & HEATING 207 E. Third St.

Telephone 3703

Winona, Minnesota

Steel Welded Rings

Special Wire Shapes

Peerless Chain Company Chain Manufactu rers Complete Line of Tire Chains For Passenger Cars, Trucks and Tractors Complete Line of Indus trial and Hardware Chain Office and Factory

Winona, M innesota

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Frank O'Laughlin Plumbing and Heating 527 Washington St.

Telephone 3703 Winona, Minnesota

101


Ed Buck's Camera Shop Winona's Complete Photographic Store Contemporary Greeting Cards

COMPLIMENTS OF

One Day Photofinish ing

On Main St ... Next to Post Office

Northern Field Seed Co.

THE LEICHT PRESS

If It Grows . . . It Grows Better With

*Super {iro

WINONA

MINN.

Organic Soil Builder for Farm and Home A Product of Northern Field Seed Co. "Since 1917" Winona's Oldest Seed Dealer

John Sherman

& Sons

Wholesale Plumbing & Heating Supplies Established in 1905

Compliments of

Stager Jewelry Your Dependable Jewele rs

123 WEST T H I RD ST REET Winona, Minn.

Corner T hird and Main Streets

Whether It's a Bite, or a Banquet ...

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Customers are becoming MORE AND MORE ENTHUSIASTIC every day about the quality and 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 special dining room to handle the crowds . . . and they're still growing! Appropriate with our location, we named our new dining room the

HIAWATHA ROOM where you'll find new dining pleasures amidst soft, comfortable apple green walls and Newwood paneling surrounded by a host of your Winona friends.

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We delight in offering everything from snacks to steaks . . . luncheons, complete dinners, and carryout orders . . . AT LOW, LOW PRICES THAT WILL AMAZE YOU!

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BARCAFE I ~

102


Main Highways and Main Streets

Dairy Bar

but only one

For a Quick Snack, Try Our

MAIN TAVERN

HOME MADE Pl E, CAKE, IC E CREAM or SANDWICHES and FRENCH FRIES

SWEDE AND VERA HEGG

114 East Third St.

Phone 2646

When You Want REAL ENTERTAINMENT Go To

Springdale Dairy Co. DAIRY PRODUCTS of Superior Flavor

Hardt's Music Store

" Home - Owned"

Records, Sheet Music, Radio Phonographs and Electrical

PHONE 3626

529 Huff Street

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Merchandise

Winona, Minn.

COMPLIMENTS OF THE

Local Bus Transportation and Charter Service

Williams Book & Stationery

Winona Trans it Co.

Store

YOUR CITY BUS LINE

The Warner & Swasey Co. Badger Division

Compliments of

Bill's Barber Shop

HOPTO DIGGERS 368 Johnson St.

Phone 7104

1124 W. Fifth Street Phone 8-1563

Winona, Minn.

Compliments of

STATE THEATRE 103


The Tops in Dry Cleaning COMPLIMENTS

Haddad's

of

Siebrecht Floral Co.

3 Hour Cleaning (on Request ) In By 10 AM.

Out By 5 P.M.

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

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274 E. Third

Phone 2547

Minnesota

PHOTOGRAPHY FOR

GOOD LUCK, WARRIORS

EVERY OCCASION . .

CAMERA ART SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS, INC. LEWISTON, MINN. PHONE 2445

Graham and McGuire COMPLETE SPORTING GOODS

Winona

on hand\ Your Deposit Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

104


"FOR EVERY BLOOMIN' THING"

WEST END GREENHOUSES 802 W. King St.

Phone 8-1511

WHERE FRIENDS MEET FRIENDS

HAL ROD LANES COMPLIMENTS OF

BAY STATE MILLING CO. Manufacturers of

Enriched Wingold Flour

Hammond Organ Studios Rochester

• La Crosse

Winona

PORTRAITS BY

/(icharJ

di/

69 E. 4th St.

Phone 2936

105


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"FOR BETTER SHOES"

Compliments of

Steinbauer's

Hal Leonard Music, Inc.

69 W. Third Street

64 East Second Street

WINONA

COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE

Corner of Washington and Wabasha. Two doors north of Maxwell library PHONE 5952

IN 1700 STORES- IN 48 STATES

The

J.

C. Penney Company

Is T eaching the Buying Public the T rue Meaning of STYLE - VALUE - THRIFT Supplement Your Education By Buying At Penney's

HOTEL WINONA

We lcomes You for Banquets- Try our

Flamingo Room or

Sky

Room

for informal entertainment see our ..

Coffee Shop

106


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Hamm's

The Star Shoe Repair Shop

Distributing Co.

Cleaning, Dyeing and EXPERT SHOE REPA IRING

M INNESOTA

WINONA

114 Center St.

COMPLIMENTS OF

PHILIP BAUMANN AGENCY, INC.

Marigold "Quality Chekd" Dairy

Complete Insurance Service

Phone 2849

601 Main St.

PHONE 2891

2840

Compliments of

Dorn•s I. G. A . Store Groceries

Meats

Vege tables

We Give Gold Bond Stamps

"WE DELIVER" 500 HUFF STREET

WINONA, MINN.

The Paint Depot Art Supplies -

Picture Framing

Complete Paint and Wallpaper Stocks

Winona

Phone 4163

Minnesota

GET PIZZACATED

by

Sam the Pizza Man MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE

THE OAKS

Kline Electric "Serving Winona For Over Half A Century"

Serving the finest Foods a l the most sensible price anywhere . OPEN NOON DAILY

"EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL"

Phone 5512

122 W . Second St.

Your Host · Corl Gegenfurtner

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~tna~a1e'a ~ed-tau'tant & L oun.9e 176 W. Third St.

H. Choate & Company Winona, Minnesota

Winona, Minn.

Phone 2643

1861

1961

WILLIAMS HOTEL ANNEX "Where Shopping is a Tradition"

TETON ROOM

and

CHOATE'S . . . for 100 years

CAPTAIN'S QUARTERS

Best Wishes to . ..

W INONA STATE COLLEGE Compli ments of

The Merchants t National Bank of WINONA "WINONA'S LARGEST BA NK" Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

YOU'VE GOT IT -

WE'VE HAD IT


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