Wenonah Yearbook - 1961

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The 1962 Wenonah is presented to YOU as a record and a reminder of the personalities and the activities you encountered at Winona State College. This year's theme recoils the heritage of the Indian maiden, Wenonah. We have viewed all members of the college community as her descendants.

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we nona WINONA ST ATE COLLEGE WINONA, MINNESOTA

JIM MULFINGER, Editor

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RICHARD INGHAM, Assistant Editor JOANI MODJESKI, Art Editar


DEDICATION In deep appreciation of her buoyant spirit and her untiring service to others during her thirty-seven years at Winona State College, we dedicate this 1962 WENONAH to DR. JEAN TALBOT. Both as a teacher and in her present position of Upper Division Coordinator, Dr. Talbot has devoted her life to that " ideal of free, public education for all" which she describes in her history of the college, published in the Centennial Year.

DR. JEAN TALBOT Upper Division Coordinator

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CONTENTS STUDENT LIFE

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STUDENTS

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ORGANIZATIONS

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SPORTS

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FACULTY

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ADVERTISEMENTS

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NEW FACILITIES \..,'

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Winona State has come a long way from the crude wooden frame building which housed this institution in 1858. Because of increased enrollments, a more intensive expansion program is now underway. Within the last few years Conway Hall, Loughrey Field, an addition to Maxwell Library, and a new heating plant have been constructed on our campus.

PASTEUR HALL


AID STUDENTS IN QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE

Just completed this year was the new Science :md Mathematics building, Pasteur Hall. This building will contain adequate classroom space and laboratories for the science, mathematics. and geography deportments. Winona State is changing and will continue to change as she grows, but the spirit of her founders and the aims for which she was built will remain the same throughout the centuries.

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THE WENONAH SALUTES:

The foreign students on Winona State College campus, bade, left to right: George Gonides, Greece; Jonathan Agutu, Kenya; Mohsen Jazoeri, Iran; Steve Carocotsanis,

Greece; and Edric Babulal, West Indies, and seated: Mn. Charlio Surasiti, Thailand; Gerd Kjustad, Norway; Anita Ejrup, Sweden, and Thanae Demetra Hassos, Greece.

OUR FOREIGN STUDENTS The international look has come to Winona State College. There are nine foreign students on campus, representing six foreign countries; Greece, Kenya, Iran, Sweden, Norway, Thailand, and the West Indies. These students have shared their various cultural backgrounds with their new friends and classmates on campus.

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STUDENT LIFE

STUDENT LIFE EDITORS HARLA JONES SHIRLEY

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FRESHMEN WELCOMED TO WINONA ST ATE

Air raid• in the smoker.

A fine way to start a new life. Queen Donna and freshmen.

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King

Lenny were the

royalty far the


Problems

of

registration - long

lines

and

closed

claues.

Step up and get your name togs here.

Our Dean of Women did the honors at the tea.

ORIENTATION TEAM- Clod in purple derbies, the Orienta· tion Team tried to help acquaint new studenh with Winona State during Frosh Week. The members were: Row One: Roberto Nelson, Danna Myron, Bob Wood. Row Two: Conni• • Eckhoff, Jim Mulfinger. Row Three: Mr. Mariner, Jim Taubert, Nancy Frisby, Judy Thode, and John Fluegel.

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BOOSTER RALLY FEATURES QUEEN SKITS

Psi, Mac, came here.

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That " ole gang" All the girls sang ou t for Ginny.

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presen Is W SC's

sweetheart.


QUEEN KAYE REIGNS OVER HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES

Winona State' s Homecoming Queen candidates, introduced at the Booster Rally, are, left to right, Becky Brungardt, Bonnie Bladholm, laurel Kerrigan, Sandy Schleich, Ginny Adams, Kaye Parker, Marilyn Schroeder, and Joyce Morcomb.

KAYE PARKER, 1961 HOMECOMING QUEEN

Crowned by the 1960 Homecoming Queen, Shoron Long; escorted by Preside nt Minne.


Caesar never had it so good - W Club's winning float.

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The big hand smashed Michigan Tech.

With such a float how could we lose.

Cool evening invited participation in Booster Rally activities.


VARIETY SHOW, PARADE, AND DANCE END WEEK'S ACTIVITIES

Queen Kaye and attendants bedecked far the parade.

Scandinavian Dance highlighted the Variety Shaw.

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Soaked fans watch touchdown.

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PARENTS WELCOMED ON WSC CAMPUS

Porents' Doy Swim Show, "School feat ured •lunt divers.

Parents come to look over life on the Winono Stole compus.

Pot shows her parents her st udies.

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Dolphins 5howed

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parents our classes.

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STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN CAMP US ACTIVITIES

Representative

Quie

tells

us of Russia.

Two members of the Dolphin Club advertise their big costume dance, " Ridiculous."

Sigma Tau pledges assist their big brothers with transportation problems.

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A place of leisure during a hedic day.

George finds real relaxation betore heading to the next class.

STUDENTS EXPERIENCE THE FUN OF COLLEGE LIFE

I'm sure these little lines mean something.

Not another late bookl

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Christmas spirit for a good cause.


look at all the good marks being made.

Are you sure thot's the proper reaction?

The Bookstore registration.

is

always

busy

during

This object will never fly.

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CHRISTMAS SPIRIT THRIVES ON WINONA CAMPUS

Sigma Tau Gamma members check the trees for the dance.

The Junior Clou did o greot job in decorating the Somsen Halls at Christmas. The annual

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Christmas Concert featured this quartet.

Fraternity Sweetheart, Bonnie Bladholm, at the Christmas Dance.


Kappa Pi members again decorated the windows in Sornsen Hall. Winono State studenh enter into the spirit of Christmas a• they carol for the old-folks of Winona.

Chorus members make preparations to start their Christmas candy sale.

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Old Saint Nick watched over our Christmas feast.

Everyone enjoyed the good food at the dorm Christmas banquet.

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WSC. Fair Lady, Marilyn Schroeder, ond her court. They are Mary Reuter. Karen Rud, Yvonn1t Simon, Bonnie Bladholm, Marilyn Schroeder, Judy Miller, Beverly Vivenli, Dona Bluhm, Elsie Lenzmeier, and Dionne Severson.

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SELECTION OF WSC FAIR LADY IS CLIMAX TO WINTER CARNIVAL ACTIVITIES

Fair Lady VI, Marilyn Schroeder, and Rex Scientas VI, Roger flattum .

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Th• winning team gathered around their candidate; the team captain wos Gary Grob.


There was strong competition in the volleyball event.

Students enjoy the Winter Carnival dance.

The winning team shown in the toboggan race.

The decorations created an indoor wintry atmosphere for the dance.


Co-eds

buying

annuols

during

final

campaign.

ACTIVITIES KEPT STUDENTS BUSY Art enthusiasts study a

sculpture

form ,

an

exhibit

in

the

Minnesota Biennial Art Show.

The Warriorettes marched in the 1962 Winona Winter Carnival parade.

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The true picture of coliege life.

What?

Empty choirs in the Smoker?

FUN WAS HAD Cord ployi ng was alwa ys the fa vo rite pastime.

BY ALL - DORM LIFE

Time out from studie s for a few minutes o f discussion .

Popcorn and music make a p a rt y.

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<' RELIGION 1962" IS THEME OF RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK

The main speaker of the week, Msgr. Sigur from louisana State University, spake on the topic, " Protestonts - Catholics; Points of Unity - Points of Difference."

Dr. Mario Collacci, Augsburg Theological Seminary, neapalis, spoke on the hope of religious unity.

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A panel on world religions and religious unity was led by a group of WSC students.

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Students gained incresaed knowledge and greater understanding through RE Week activities.


CAMPUS COVER GIRL

YVONNE ROPPE WINONA STATE'S 1962 CAMPUS COVER GIRL

Kathy Berg

Roberto Cho$&

Sue Roth

Caroline Rudolf

Marilyn Schraeder

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Performance of " Thieves' Carnival" engrosses audience.

DRAMATIC TALENTS DISPLAYED

Upper·middle class soda! hypocrisy is exposed in " An Inspector Calls."

Actors gave convincing , lifelike

perform·

onces.

STUDENTS ENJOY SLATER BANQUET

Students enjoy the formality and the delicious food at the Sloter fifth Anniversary Banquet.

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STUDENTS

STUDENTS EDITORS CAROL JACOBSEN ANNETIE PRICE


VIRGINIA ADAMS St. Poul Pork Elementary Ed., Art

DAWN N. ANDERSON Galesville, Wis.

PAUL ANDERSON Lindstrom

ROSE MARIE ATKIN Faribault

Kindergarten Ed., Ari

Elementary Education

Elementary Education

KAREN AUNE Winona English

Senior class officers ore left to right: Dr. Campbell, Adviser; David Percival, President; Jerry Goetz, Vice-President; Janet Lommo, Secretary; and Bob Tryggestad, Treasurer.

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CARROL BAKKEN Rushford

MARILYN BALZUM Stewartville

DAVID BATES Winona

PHOEBE BEGGS Red Wing

Business IAdministralian

Elementary Education

Elementary 'Education

English, Mathematics


KAREN BENING

MARLENE BERGSTROM

RALPH BISEK

BONNIE BLADHOLM

Winona Elementary Education

Rochester Elementary Education

Arcadia, Wis. Music

Marshall Elementary Education

WINONA STATE OPENED HER DOORS OF CHALLENGE

BRUCE BLUMENTRITI

CLARK BORCHARD

ANN BOYUM

Winona Chemistry, Physical Science

New Richland History

Winona Kgn·Primory Education

JAMES BLAHNIK

Austin History, Social Studies

THOMAS BROWN

BECKY BRUNGARDT

ROXANNE BRUNNER

GERALD BOYUM

Winona Elementary Education

Lewiston Business Education

Plainview Physical Education

Peterson Science

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CHARLES CARSTENSEN

BARBARA CHAPEK

JOHN CHRISTENSON

LAURENCE CLINGMAN

Pipestone Elementary Education

Hinsdale, Ill. Elementary Education

St. Charles Elementary Education

Sheldon, Iowa Physical Ed., Biology

WE ENTERED SEEKING WISDOM

CARON CLINKSCALES

Rollingstone Businen Administr.ation

JAMES DANIELSON

FRED DAY

CAROLYN DIEKMANN

Fountain City, Wis. Susinen Education

Winona Biology

Wilmont Social Studies

JEANNE COOLIDGE

Minneapolis Elementary Education

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CONNIE ECKHOFF

PAUL EHMCKE

RONALD EKKER

Winona English, Speech

Winona Businen Administration

Mabel Physical Educotion


JOAN ELLINGSON Welch

CHARLES ELLIOTT Virginia

BONNIE ERICKSON Winona

Elementary Education

Elementary Education

Kgn-Primary Education

WAYNE FATCHffi Clinton, Iowa

ELAINE FLAHERTY Austin

JAN FLANAG>N Belmond, Iowa

Physical Eel., Biology

Elementary Eclucatior

Elementary Education

OSCAR FORCE Flemington, N.J. Elementary Education

RICHARD FOSBURGH Rochester Art

KNOWLEDGE

RUTH ANNE FRASER Grand Rapids English

WILLIAM FREESE Winona Business Education

DUANE GEBHARD Winona Mathematics

DAVIS GILBERTSON Austin Elementary Education


CAROLE GILMORE

GERALD GOETZ

CAROLYN GORDON

DIANE GRAVENISH

Freeborn Elementory Education

Plainview Elementary Education

Coledonia Elementary Eclucotion

Pine lslond English

FRIENDSHIP

GARY GROB

Coledonia Elementary Education

CATHLEEN HALEY

CECELIA HANKINS

PAUL HELGERSON

Winona

Dexter Elementary Education

Chatfield History

Hisfory, Social Studies

KAREN GUENTHER

Fountoin City, Wis. Business Education

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EDWIN HELLERUD

ROY HENDERSON

AUDREY HIGHUM

Ruihford Elementary Eclucotian

Randolph Physical Education

Rushford Elementary Education


DONALD HINT Winona

Business Administration

PHYLLIS HOLLIDAY Hok oh Business Education

HELEN HOLTEGAARD St. Charles Elementary Education

LYLE HOPPE Lewiston General Science

JO ANN HORTON St. Paul Biology

Senior> found in an unusual moment af study in the Smog.

GARY HUBLEY Minnesota City Elementary Education

JOHN JACOBS Redwood City, Calif. Physical Education

LYMAN JACKSON Wellton, Ariz. History, Social Studies

ROBERT HOUCK Sioux Falls, S . D. Elementary Education

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LAUREL KERRIGAN

Caledonia Kgn-Primary Education

DONOVAN KLAUSEN

St. Paul Park Biology

MARLENE JEFFERIS

LANCE JOHNSON

Chatfield Elementary Education

MARGERY JOHNSTONE

Pipestone Mathematics, Physical Ed.

W inona

Art

DENNIS KESTI

NORRIS KINNEBERG

Hoyt Lakes Math, General Science

CHARLES KIRCHNER

Rushford Industrial Arts

Fountain City, Wis. Busineu

IDEAS AND

MARI LYN KOTHE

FAYE KRAGNESS

BARBARA KRAMER

La Crosse, Wis. Elementary Education

ROLAND KRATZ

Houston Elementary Education

Adrian Business Education

Winona Industrial Arts


DARL LAFFRENZEN

JAN LAMMO

ROBERT MAHLKE

RONALD MANGNUSON

Winona

Hastings

Winona

Elementary Education

Elementary Education

Physical Sci., Bus. Adm.

Austin Business Administration

NEW EXPERIENCES

ROBERT MATEJKA

JUDITH MclELLAN

GORDON MEYER

Winona Business Education

St. Poul Physical Education

Business Administration

LESTER MIWA

JOANI MODJESKI

Honolulu, Hawaii

Winona Art

Music

Caledonia

JEAN MOECHNIG lake City Business Education

HARRIET MARK Gannon Foils

Physical Education

JERRY MILLER Winona

History, Socio/ Studies

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JOYCE MORCOMB

JAMES MULFINGER

JO ANN NARDINGER

JAMES NISSEN

Winona Kgn ·Primary Education

Stillwater Elementary Education

Mazeppa Elementary Education

Winona Business Administration

LEAH-MARIE OHNSTAD

Winona Art

Phoebe Beggs gives individual help to a Phelps student while practice teaching.

ROGER OJAKANGAS

JANICE OLDORF

RON OLSON

MILDRED OYAMA

Gilbert Elementary Education

Stanwood, Iowa

Glenville Physical Science

Captain Cook, Kono, Howii Kgn ·Primary Education

Physical Education


CLARE PAGEL

KAYE PARKER

JEAN PASSE

CAROL PAULSEN

Winona Elementary Education

Elgin Physical Education

Kellogg Elementary Education

Ostrander Mathematics

NOW WE ARE SENIORS

ANITA PETERSON MIKE PETERSEN

MICHAEL PORTER

Winona Business Administration

Arcadia, Wis. Elementary Education

DAVID RISLOVE Rushford

DEAN ROSENOW Cochrane, Wis.

Chemistry

Physical Education

MARGERY RAND Winona

Trimont Mathematics

Elementary Education, Art

LuETIA ROWAN

Winona Elementary Education

SHIRLEY RIECK

New Brighton Elementary Education

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TERENCE RYAN

JAMES SABIN

JUDITH SANTELMAN

SANDY SCHLEICH

Winona Physical Education

Winona Elementary Education

Welch Elementary Education

Winona Elementary Education

ANTICIPATING ANOTHER CHALLENGE THAT OF THE FUTURE

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ROGER SCHOEN

MARILYN SCHROEDER

WI LLIAM SKEELS

EARL SOLBERG

St. Paul Mathematics

Caledonia

Winona Art, Elementary Education

Houston Mathematics

Element~ry Education

SO ~UM

ANITA SCHOONOVER

PATRICIA

Kenyon English

Spring Grove Elementary Education

GALE SPRUTE

GORDON STINSON

Farmington Mathematics, Physical Eel.

Hokah Speech


JOHN STOW Wino no Mathematics, Physical Sci.

ROSE ANNE THINER Worthington Mothemotics

JUDY THODE Winona Elementary Education

DeWAYNE TOBIAS Farmington Science

ROBERT TRYGGESTAD Lo Crosse, Wis. Elementary Education

ANTHONY TSCHIDA Winona Biology

JOHN URNESS Winona Ph ysicol Science

LORRAINE WACHS Winona

English, History-Social Studies

AND WE WILL CONTINUE OUR SEARCH

MARGARET WALSH Fountain Elementary Education

GERALD WARNKEN Winona Physical Science

RICHARD WELLS Henrietta, N.Y. Elementary Education

ELIZABETH WICZEK Winona Elementary Education


DONALD WILKIE

EMELIA WOHLERS

MARY WOLFRAM

GERALD YAEDKE

Austin Business Education

Caledonia Elementary Education

Rushford Kgn-Primory Education

Winona Mathematics

FOR THESE PRECIOUS THINGS. JOANNE YAMAMOTO

RONALD ZENKE

Koloo, Hawaii Kgn-Primory Education

Galesville, Wis. Industrial Arts

FREDERICK KLEIN

ROCHELLE SPARKS

JOHN TOMASHEK

Cochrane, Wis. Elementary Education

Plainview Elementary Education

Winona Elementary Education

SENIORS NOT PICTURED PEARL BAILEY, Rochester, Elementary Education FRED BUSE, Winona, Business Education RAMONA CHILDS, Welch, Mathematics, Physical Ed. JOHN DAVIS, Chisholm, Speech PAUL GIFFORD, St. Pa~I, Biology ALLEN GRAY, Minneapolis,Biology TERRENCE KOHNER, Winona, Elementary Education

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KENNETH McELMURY, Winona, Chemistry JOHN NORTON, Rochester, History-Social Studies RICHARD PARRY, Austin, History Social Studies WAYNE PEDERSON, Adams, General Science MAXINE SPAAG, Minnesota City, Elementary Education JAMES WESTERMAN, Minneapolis, Physical Science CHARLES WISE, Lake City, Business Administration


"Time present and time past Are bath perhaps present in time future . . ." Seniors were particularly conscious of the truth of these lines by T. S. Eliot. As graduation approached, they faced many responsibilities: class pictures, homecoming variety show, practice teaching, job interviews, decisions. "Time past" included vivid memories of four busy years: freshman fun and frustrations, ordeal by registration, courses passed and knowledge gained, clubs, sports, friendships. With on appropriate mixture of pride and humility, seniors looked ahead to "time future," prepared to meet the challenges of teaching, business, or further study. In 1958

we were Freshmen .

Practice teaching experiences

The final step

-

graduation

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THREE DOWN ONE TO GO AASE Lewis

Juniors anxiously look forward to their final year. As they look to the past they remember long hours of study, memorable dances, never-ending lines, exciting games. Looking ahead, they plan for many more such experiences as they take one more step in their climb toward a degree.

ALLISON Ann

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Junior Closs Officers, James Taubert, President; Jim Alfonso, Treasurer; Mory Lou Percival, Secretary;

ALFONSO Jim

AMES Mary Ann

BAMBENEK

Lawrence

Judith

BRATBERG

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and Larry Thompson, Vice-President, led their class ta their final year.

BARTH Merlin

BRUMMOND Lorinda

CUMMINGS Kar&n

FRANCIS Helen

BEHNKEN Kenneth

BRYN Barbara

CUNNINGHAM Marvin

FRANKFURTH Sharon

BERG Kathy

BUNCICH Kathleen

De WALD Harry

BERNARD Lois

BESS David

BUTTERFIELD CARACATSANIS Ronald

DUFF

Steve

DVORAK

BOLAND

BOTCHER

Dale

Carol

CLOW LaVonne

El LOLA

COCKBURN

BOTHUN Muriel

Tom

COG DALL

CONNOR

Jean

James

ERICKSON

FREEHAN

FEINDT

FISCHER

Bonnie

Judi

Dovid

Lyman

Joe

Sandra

Tony

Carolyn

FREEDMAN

FREIMARK

FRISBY

FRUECHTE

GEBHARD

Ri<hard

GERLACH

Jerry

Duane

Duane

Becky

Nancy

Glenn

GERRY Frank

CROSSFIELD Adele

GOETZMAN Gary


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HEADINGTON Ellen

HEIKKINEN Jock

JOHANNES Carol

JOHNSON Patricia

KOSIDOWSKI Jon

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KREISEL Mari an

HAGEN Janet

GRUPA Thomas

GUNDERSON Richard

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HARRIS Barbara

HAWORTH Ray

IHRKE Arley

IMM Ervin

JACOB Robin

HARMON Dave

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HELGERSON Lyle

HERMAN Jerome

HOLLAND Darlene

HORTON Robert

HOYT Minnesota

KARGEL Joan

KEELAN Sharon

KELLER Sharan

KERN Sharon

KJUSTAD Gerd

KLINDER Arlan

KLOECK Gary

KOCK Lois

LECHELT Conrad

LIEN Ronald

LINDNER Jack

LOERCH Lee

LaMOYNE Joan

LANIK Jan

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McLEAN Bruce

McNULTY Tom

MACKEY Mary Ann

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MAHLKE Alan

MAJERUS Melanie

MAUSZYCKI Thomas

MEUNIER Kay

MEYER Kenneth

MILANOVICH Jim

MORACCO David

MUELLER Alvin

NASS Sandra

NESHIEM Marlene

NORD Ruth Ann

NOWLAN Nancy

PARKER Wayne

PARTINGTON Lynn

PASCH KA David

PATER Marlys

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MILLER Vera

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ODMAN Dianne

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OLSON Ray

OLSON Terry


PAUL Gary

PERCIVAL Mary Lau

PETERSON Robert

PINKE Audrey

PONTINEN Larry

PRIGGE Sandra

PUCK Paul

PYE Carol

RADDATZ Herbert

RADTKE Steve

REISENAUER Frederick

RESZKA Karen

RHEINGANS Patricia

RHEINGANS Wayne

ROBERTSON James

ROESLER David

ROPPE Yvonne

ROSE Robert

ROTH Susan

RUZICH Georgiana

RYDER Janice

RYDMAN Ralph

SCHACHT Shirley

SCHMIDT Jim

SCHNEIDER Glenn

SCHREIBER Nancy

SERENO Marnae

SHEEHAN Howard

SHELDON Lynn

SHIEL Virginia

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SPEHAR Toni

STOLP Sharan

STRAND Marian

STEVER Carol

SVENNINGSON Bonnie

SIMON Yvonne

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STERBENTZ Roger

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TAUBERT James

TH ALDO RF Lorene

THOMPSON Larry

THOMPSON Nancy

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WILLIAMS Harold

VOTH Karen

WILLIAMS Jim

TO RV I CK Ellen

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WAALKENS Pete

WALCZAK Sandra

WALKER John

WALTERS Tom

WILLIS Larry

WOLF Bob

WONDRASCH le Etta

WOOD Robert

TWEITO Cynthia

VALENTINE Janet

VIGNESS Julie

WATANABE Jo

WEISBROD Charles

WHEMPNER Judy

YOUNG Robe rt

ZIMMER John

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WHETSTONE Kay

KANGAS Harvey


HALFWAY TO THAT GOAL To the sophomores, it has been another enjoyable year fi ll ed with memorable events.

Th ey

found themsel ves participating in more socia l and extra-curricular activities beside the many long hours of study and extra projects such as case studies and term papers.

All of these add to the fina l reward -

a degree in a chosen profession. Now that the end of another year has come, sophomores are halfway to that goal.

leading

the way are Norman

Keller. Vice-President;

Myron, Treasurer; Deniele Schrode r. houn, President.

ALLEN Bill

ALLEN James

ALLEN John

ANDERSON Brenda

ANDREWS Maralyn

BACHHUBER Max

BAILEY Steve

BAKKEDAHL Janice

BENIKE Barbara

BENISH Lawrence

BERGSGAARD Joanne

BORTH Bill

BOUZIANE James

BREMER David

BRUNSON Carl

BURLEIGH Kent

AADAHL Joanne

Donna

Secretary; and Paul Cal

AN DERSON Mary Lou

APPEL Ro no Id

ARNESON Mory Lou

BLUHM Dana

BLUMENTRITT Paul

BOLLER Steve

AUNE Kirk

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BRUEGGER John

BURMEISTER Allyn

CALHOUN Paul

CHAPEK Bob

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CHASE Roberta

CHU PITA Kenneth

COLBENSON George

CORCORAN Bonnie

DANSBERRY Donald

DARLING Gordon

DATIA Jonis

DAVIS Harry

·, DILLEY Mark

DOMINO Rex


DONER

Landis

FERRATA

George

FORSYTH

Dennis

GRAUS

Coral

DUELLMAN

Marlys

FEUERHELM

Norman

FRANK

David

GRAY

Robert

DVORAK

Monica

FINLEY

Michael

FRASE

William

GREENWALD

Carole

EBERT

Robert

FINNEGAN

John

FRATZKE

Alice

ELLESTAD

Calvin

FISHER

Barbara

GARRISON

June

ENGLER

ENGLISH

ERICKSON

John

June

Larry

FLAHERTY

Pat

GERKEN

Judy

FLATEN

Wayne

FLEMMING

Richard

GEPPERT

GONIDES

Ronald

George

FELDER Frances

FLEMING

FELTZ

Edmund

FLORIN

Sheila

Jill

GOETZMAN

GORDISH

Barb

Genene

GROENEWOLD

Rager L.

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GROVER

GULLICKSON

Jim

Bernard

HAGER

Charles

HASSOU

HATCH

HAU KOOS

HAHN

Gracelyn

HALL

Rollin

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HANKE

Mark

HANSEN

Vince

HANSON

Roger

HASKETT

Evelyn

Demetra

HENDERSON

Edward

HERO FF

Donald

HILL

Robert

ISSENDORF

Mary

IWATA

J ean

Bill

HAWKINS

Wayne

HAL FER

Inge

HOFFMAN

Judy

HOPPEL

INGHAM

Rager

Richard

JACOBSEN

Carol

JAMES

Marlene

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HAWKER

Michael

Arthur

Gerald

Ronald

HELLE RUD

HITT

ISENSEE

Gary

JAZAERI

Mohsen

JENSEN

Robert

JOHANNSEN

Ronald

JOHNSON

Ben


JOHNSON Gretta

KlnLESON Mike

Q KRIE Dwala

LIGHTFOOT Frank

JOHNSON Jerry

KLEMENT Gerry

e \--:-· LAMB Caryl

LILLE HAUGEN Jon

JOHNSON Linda

KJOS Carol

LANNING Bill

LOHMANN Lucy

JOHNSON A. Peter

KLAWITER Kenneth

LARSON Robert

LORANG Maxine

JOHNSON Rees

JONES Harl a

KELLER Norman

KELSO Connie

KING Rass

KNUTSON Robert

KO NOP Douglas

KOWAL Robert

KREUZER Karen

KNOPP Tom

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LEAHY Michael

LUBKE Connie

LUCAS Bonnie

LEBS Julie

LENTZ Karen

LUECK David

LUTZ Diana

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LIETZ Douglas

LYNN Judy

McCAFFREY Gerald

MEINKE John

MICHEAU Philip

~ McDONALD William

MAD LAND Larry

MAERTENS Carolyn

MALY Henry

MANION Maureen

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MILLER Stuart

MOHAN William

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MOLINE Ronald

MRACHEK Michael

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I NELSON Jerry

NELSON Roberta

NILSEN Henry

MANN Dale

O'BRADOVICH Michael

O 'BRIEN Kenneth

MUELLER William

~ "

O'CONNOR Mary Ann

MAUSSNER Spencer

~

MULHOLLAND Dona

"

OLSON Lois

MAYER Leonard

ae\

MUTSCHLER Duane

OMDAHL Richard

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MUTH George E.

MYRAN Donna

ONSGARD Cae

OTT Shirley


PALEN Matthew

PAPENFUSS Lyle

PAPENFUSS Shirley

PARKINSON Eileen

PAUS Glenn

PEARSON Jan

PEARSON Jean

PETERSEN Marlin

PILGER Jerry

PLOOSTER Joy

POTTRATZ Patty

PRICE Annette

PRZYTARSKI John

RAETHER Rager

RANGITSCH Kathy

RASCHKE Connie

RAUNHOLDT Douglas

REINHARD Douglas

RICHER Sandy

ROBINSON Regina

ROGERS Jerome

ROHR Mary

ROSE Ann

RUDOLF Caroline

RUEGG Sandra

SAN NESS Sandra

SAN NESS

SATRUM Owen

RUD Karen

RUSSELL Lais

~

Sharon

\.

~

SAECKER John

SCHADE Rosemary

SIMON Jim

SIMON Sharon

SUCHOMEL Michael

SULLIVAN James

SCHARMER David

SKEMP George

THEIS Marilyn

SCHLEICHER Richard

SCHMITZ Jim

'\.

SCHRODER Dennie

SCHULZE Betty

SHERIDAN Bernard

SHERMAN Patricia

SHIMIZU Marjorie

••

SNYDER George

STEEGE Ann

STEGMAIER Betty

STEN DALL Tom

STORK Kathy

STREHLOW Rosella

THOMPSON Nancy

TIMMERS Pat

TROK Ronald

VAIL David

VanVLEET Rodney

WAHL Roger

WEDUL Sylvia

ZANE Chuck

ZELLMER Bruce

ZIMMER Corwin

STREMCHA Mary

I WELPER Wordean

WILBUR Curtis

WILSON Darlene

WISE Joseph

WOLFRAM Alfred

YAROLIMEK Ron

YOLTON Donald


BEG INN ING THAT LONG JOURNEY An exciting new life awaits incoming freshmen. Th e events of college life are a composite of various activities studying, working, socializing, learning, observing, thinking. The freshmen at Winona State started the year with the " Beanie Orientation " including chores for upperclassmen, meeting new friends, and participating in the Freshmen dance where the Beanie King and Queen were crowned. They also joined in campus activities, such as sponsoring a float in the Homecoming Parade and decorating a hall in Sornsen for Christmas. Along with the work and fun, memories were made that will never be forgotten. Fres~men

officers Tom Zumberge, President; Dovid Tholdorf, Vice-

President; Poul Jensen, Treasurer;

Donna

Stead,

Secretory,

led

their class to new and exciting e'tperiences.

AA DAHL

AAKRE

Leland

Doris

ANDRUS Steve

BATES David

BERNATZ Anne

ARDIETA Leonard

~ AA SUM David

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. ADAMS lee

ADDINGTON Judith

A UKEN

AUSTIN

Jonathon

Koren

Everett

AGUTU

ANDERSON

Cheryl

BABU LAL

ANDERSON Koren

Ronald

BAILEY Deon

Sandro

Kenneth

BEHRENS

BELONGIE

BELTER

BECK Fred

Sharon

BERRY

BICKEL

BIEDERMAN

BJORK

BLOM

Lynn

Poul

Tom

Judy

Earl

BAKER

ANDERSON

Michael

Robert

Anno

Judy

BAGLINO

BEAnY

BECK

ANDERSON

Edric

Sharon

SEARSON

ANDERSON

Carolyn

BARKER

BENSON

BENSON

Ronald

Kathryn

Claude

Sharon

BLUM

BOARDMAN

BOEHLKE

BOHNEN

Peter

William

lorry

BRONE

BROWN

BROWN

Gory

Edith

Jerold

Dennis

/

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BOLLER Pot

BONGA Dione

BRANDTNER Jomes

BREIGHNER Gory

BRENT Herbert

BREZA Thomas

, ........

BRIESATH Bob


BUCK

BUM BER

BURCH

Roland

Gordon

George

CHARLSON

CHRISTENSOI'

CHRISTOPHER

Darlene

COVERT Joy

Sharon

CRABTREE Dorothy

Elaine

CUNNINGHAM Mory

sun

Wayne

EBERT Doris

Mory

EGAN Joe

DODGE Susan

EGGERICHS Terrence

Phil

CARNEY Jeon

CARON Thomas

CHADBOURN Lee

COLLETTE

CONELLY

COOPER

CORDES

Gerold

Bonnie

Beverly

Elaine

Allen

Sondra

CURRAN

DADETTA

DAHLING

DAVIES

DEGROOD

DELANEY

Gerold

Ronald

David

Froncille

DORSCH

EATON

) DIVIN SKI

CARLEY

Dionne

CLIFT

~

DITTRICK

CARDINAL

Poul

DOKKEN John

EGLAND Dale

Ruth

COREY

Barry

e '\ DORAN Sharon

EGLAND Lois

DORMADY

DORMAN

Tom

Jean

EGLINTON

EJRUP

Alysann

Anita

Mary

Michael

EBERSOLD Suzanne

ELLINGS

ENGEL

ENGELIEN

Robert

Betty

William

FORAN

FOSSEN

Terry

Leigh

G ERTH

GETSKOW

~ ,\ ENGEN Paul

ERWIN Richard

FENSKE

FERDEN

Carol

Gary

FERNHOLZ Ed

FLOYD Jennifer

FOCKENS Robert

FRANKFURTH Jackie

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~

FRANTZKE Carl

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FRITZ Peter

GALV I N

G ATES

Anne

Joan

G A TZ Bonito

G EBHARD Dennis

G EPPERT Rolin

Henry

Jock

G ILBERTSON Naomi


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GISLASON

GIRGEN Gloria

Diann

HAACK

HAACK

David

Herbert

GLUDT Karen

GOLDSMITH

GRAFE

Ann

HAACK

HAESSIG

Janet

Darlene

Robert

HAGEDORN Wayne

GRAN SEE

GRAY

GREDEN

Bill

Kathy

Earl

HAGEN

HALL Thomas

Gloria

HALLQUIST

,, Judith

GRIDLEY Stan

HALVERSON Julie

GRIMM Karen

HANSON Ronnie

..J

' HARNACK

HARRIS

HARTLeY

Sharon

Gary

Karen

HARWOOD

HAUSTEIN

Richard

Gene

HEATH

HENTHORNE George

Borbara

HEYER Gory

HILL Arlen

Nancy

HELLER

HELSTAD

Gail

Verdell

HOLST

HOLTHE

HIMMER Mory

HOFLAND Roger

HOLLAND Kenneth

Richard

Ran old

"'4,jtj

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HOSTETTLER Ruth

Larry

JOHNSON

David

Gory

Lois

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HUGHES

HUNGER

INMAN

James

Robert

Eileen

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HOLUBAR

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Koye

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I

HENDERSON

i

\ HENNES

HEDLUND

Jahn

JOHNSON Janet

JOHNSON JoAnne

JACOB Sharon

JENSEN

JESSEN

Poul

Dale

JOHNSON

JOHNSTON

JICK

JOHANSEN

Kenneth

Howard

JOSWICK

KELLER

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JOHNSON Judith

JOHNSON Larry

Robert

Sharon

Henry

Robert

KLEIST

KNAPIK

(:\, \ KELLY Edward

KENDRICK Fritz

KENYON

KESLER

KIDD

Patricia

David

Joan

KIRAL Robert

KJARLAND Dennis

KLEI NSCHMI OT Michael

Richard

Judy

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KOEHLER Margaret

KOETH Rose Ann

KOHN Jerry

KOLTER Richard

KOPROWSKI Poul

KORBEL

KRATZ

KREH ER

Arthur

Koren

Sharon

LARSON

LARSON

Duane

Wayne

KRUEGER

KULAS

Sharon

Judy

~ LAABS

LANDERS

Lois

Denny

LANDHERR Ronald

LEGREID

LEIBOLD

Beverly

Lynda

Elsie

LULOFF

LUND

LUCAS Bonnie

Ronald

LENZMEIER

Stephan

LANDI NO Mory

LEONHARDT Roger

LUNDHOLM Gerold

LANO Eileen

LIETZAU Richard

LINDBOM

LINDSAY

Robert

Catherine

LYONS

LYONS

John

Michael

LAUER

LAWSTON

Cassondra

Henry

LINDSAY

LUBINSKI

Sherman

MCCLUSKEY Lois

Janet

MC CONNELL Anne

LEE Janice

LUBINSKI Jeon

MC DONALD John

' MCELMURY John

MAUSZYCKI Robert

MCFARLANE Robert

MEALEY Joanne

MAAS Bernard

MEHLMAN Michael

MACHACEK Tom

MEINKE Jim

MAHONEY Jim

MENSINK

MAJERUS

MARR

MARTZ KE

Jomes

Ethan

Richard

MEN SINK

MENSINK

MENZEL

Jerry

Loyal

Lyall

M ILLER

MILLER

MILLER

Wayne

MARUGAME Amy

MERCHLEWIT2 Diann

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MEYER Beverly

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MICHAELS Robert

MICKOW Morion

MILLER Arthur

Eugene

Judy

Russell

MORFORD Douglas

MORRISON Dennis


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MUNDT

MUNSON

.. MURPHY

NELSON

Shelby

Angelan

Dennis

Marilyn

NYSTUEN

O ' BRIEN

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...._

NYSTROM Harold

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Jahn

OLSON Mike

PETRON EK John

PRESSNALL

Ben

REUTER Mory

RUPP Sylvia

Lon

PETERSEN Dennis

PRICE Gary

RICE Harriet

SALES John

NELSON May

O 'DEA

NELSON Patrida

OFFERDAHL

Michael

O 'CONNOR Kathleen

ONSGARD

ORPHAN

ORRILL

PAULSON

Dennis

Cindy

Richard

Bette

PETERSON Connie

PRINSEN Cheryl

RICHTMAN Jomes

SANTELMAN Charles

PETERSON Donna

PRUDOEHL Fred

RICKABAUGH George

SATHER Richard

Sandy

PICKETT Gerald

QUALE Karen

RING Jomes

SAVAGE William

Judy

PINKE Donald

RADSEK Virginia

ROBERTS Coral

SCHACHT Susan

NESBITT Lean

OINES Donald

PELOFSKE Loren

PLA TTETBR Leo

RAND James

NEUMANN Nancy

NISSALKE Kay

OLCOTT

OLSEN

Howard

George

Frank

PFISTER Joel

PERKINS

PERRY

POSS

POST

Don

Judy

Pot

RAYFIELD

REICHOW

Michael

Caroline

ROWAN

RUNKLE

Potty

James

SCHLEICH

SCHNELL

SCHNORENBERG

Richard

Eugene

RAUNHOLDT Rickey

ROTTY

Judy

Elaine

Suzanne

Dale

OK LAND

ROTH

SCHAMMEL

NICKEL

Fred

Jahn

POWELL

Richard

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SCHULTZ

SCHULTZ

James

Rana Id

SEBO Sheryl

SEVERSON Dianne

SEVERSON

SEY BA

Gaylen

Rabe rt

SHI DLA Joseph

SKORLINSKI

SILLMAN Fred

James

SMITH Jeon

t.:1. I

1\'- ':\ SPARTZ Rebert

STEN DALL Betty

SWANGSTU Roger

TWOMEY Patrick

WALLACE Terry

WILEY

Bob

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SPRENGER Larry

SQUIRES Jean

STANEK

STANTON

David

Richard

Jim

STOLL

STENN ES

STEVENS

STEYER

Phyllis

James

Dove

SWEARINGEN

SWEETNAM

SWENSON

Jim

UNNASCH Roger

WALSKI Henry

WILHARM Jeral d

Karen

VALENTINE Donald

WANDREI Karen

WILLIAMS Jon

Diane

VANDERAU Nadine

WARNKEN Norma

W I N BLAD Mory

STARKMAN

Ronald

STOLLEY

STORHOFF

STRELOW

STYBA

Ronald

Margaret

Carol

William

TH EISMANN

TIMM

TOLLEFSON

TATE

Alma

Jane

WOLD Ario

Tom

VETSCH

VOSS

Donald

Betty

Donald

Phyllis

STEINBAUER

Joan

TASHIRO

WAUGH

STEEGE

Danna

Jeffrey

VANDERHYDE

STEAD

j

WEIMERSKIRCH Joe

WENGER

Richard

WAGNER

Barry

WOXLAND Daniel

WAHL

Ronnie

Barbara

WERA

WERNER

Carol

WOLD

Marcia

Judy

ZIMMERMAN Phil

Mary

ZIMMERMAN Sharon

STEINMETZ Tom

SUHR Ellen

TURNER Kathryn

WALKER Mary

WICZEK Gerald

ZUMBERGE Thomas


ORGANIZATIONS

ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS DWALA KRIE DENNIE SCHRODER


ROW ONE: Dr. Nelson, B. Young, E. Solberg, D. Kesti, Dr. Millen. ROW TWO : T. Zumberge, J . Alfonso, P. Calhoun, J. Taubert, D. Percival, l. Ohnstad, A. Peterson, J . Mulfinger.

STUDENT COMMISSION PROMOTES INTEREST IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT The student governing body, the Student Commission, works for the benefit of all Winona State Students and acts as a coordinator between administration and student body. It was their responsibility to sponsor Homecoming, set up the budget and the social calendar for the year, boost school spirit, organize Religious Emphasis Week, and assist with orientation activities. The special issues discussed this year included school spirit, a dress code, and plans for a student union. The Commission sponsored a very successful Booster Rally which featured school yells and the introduction of Homecoming queen candidates.

Officers of the Student Commission were Earl Solberg, Vice-President; Marilyn Schroeder, Secretary; and Robert Young, President.

FINANCE COMMITIEE Denni. Kesti, Janet Hagen; {Absent) Lee Loerch, Ronald Tobias.

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PUBLICITY COMMITTEE -

K. Berg, J. Mulfinger, C.

Greenwald.

RELIGIOUS COMMITTEE - ROW ONE : M. Miller, R. Childs, C. Botcher, A. Peterson. ROW TWO: J. Tabor, M. Bolzum, J. Blahnik, R. Atkin, B. Blumentritt.

STUDENT COMMISSION COMMITTEES

SOCIAL COMMITTEE Y. Rappe.

L. Ohnstad, J. Horton, K. Reszko,

ATHLETIC COMMITTEE -

D. Fatchett, K. Porker, J. Miller.

ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE - R. Wood, M. Rand, L. O hn stad, F. Fraser.

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KAPPA DELTA Pl HONORS EDUCATION STUDENTS 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. JoAnn Horton was the group's president; the other officers were Karen Bening, Margery Rand, Jim Mulfinger, and Phoebe Beggs. Miss Murray acted as counselor.

ROW ONE: J. Valentine, P. Solum, K. Voth. ROW TWO : B. Kromer, J . lanik, B. Bryn. ROW THREE: l. Ohnstad, A. Boyum, B. Brungardt. ROW FOUR: J . Ellingson, J . Nardinger, T. Spehar. ROW FIVE: C. Botcher, J . Horton, M. Moierus, V. Miller, K. Bening. ROW SIX: l. Wondrasch, M. Rond, M. Miller, R. Zenke. Blumentritt.

ROW SEVEN: J . Mulfinger, L. leorch, B.

22 SENIORS SELECTED TO WHO'S WHO Twenty-two Seniors at Winona State College were nominated to Who's Who Among Students in An annual publication will list their names among those of similar standing from other higher educational institutions.

American Universities and Colleges.

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ROW ONE: C. Eckhoff, l. Ohnstad, K. Aune, P. Beggs, R. Fraser. ROW TWO: K. Parker, G . Adams. D. Kesti, D.

Tobias, J. Davis. ROW THREE: D. Rislove, E. Solberg, J. Mulfinger, C. Car.tensen, l. Johnson.


ROW ONE: Miss Finch, R. Redalen. H. DeWald. D. Marocco. P. Chaffin. ROW TWO: L. Helgerson, M. Cunningham, G. Griffith, G. Mitch. ROW THREE: R. Tryggestad, L. Bickford, N. Keller. ROW FOUR: S. Stelzig, J. Modjeski, L. Beuchler. ROW FIVE: E. Solberg, D. Rislove.

SIGMA TAU

SERVING AND PARTICIPATING

The Beta Xi Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma was the first fraternity organized at W.S.C. and is in its second year as a fraternity on campus. The fraternity took an active part in Homecoming festivities by sponsoring a queen candidate, entering a float in the parade, and providing the bonfire for our pepfest. Other activities included the Christmas dance, the Spring carnival, and the sale of student theatre tickets.

COEDS SPONSOR HDANCE UNDER 1,000 BALLOONS" The Coeds, a girl's social and service club, makes its services available to other clubs on request. Club activities included ushering at school functions, presenting a style show, and sponsoring a Parents' Day dance. Acting as president was Mary Lou Percival. The other officers were Karen Cummings, Becky Gerlach, Laurel Kerrigan, Sue Roth, JoAnn Horton, and Jan Flanagan.

ROW ONE: D. Wilson, P. Pottratz, J. Florin, G. Johnson. N. Frisby, S. Roth, B. Anderson, E. Headington. ROW TWO: B. Benike, D. Bluhm, N. Thompson, L. le>hmann, L. Kerrigan, M. Percival, T. Olson,

L. Russell, B. Brungardt. ROW THREE: A. Hellickson, J. Flanagan, D. Schroder, R. Chase, J. Aadahl, L. Kock, B. Schultze, C. Maertens, K. Cummings, B. Gerlach, Mrs. Hopf, Marlys Pater.

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PHI SIGMA EPSILON -NEWEST FRATERNITY Organized late in the spring of 1961 , Phi Sigma Epsilon is the newest social fraternity on campus. Its purpose is to encourage social understanding, school spirit, and high scholastic standards. The group's president was Richard Larson, and the other officers were Tom Stendal!, David Harmon, Robert Rose, Kenneth Meyer, and Jim Schmitz. Mr. Small was the adviser.

ROW ONE: G . Seim, B. Wold, R. Honson , Mr. Small. ROW TWO: M. Lyons, M. Finley, R. Omdahl. ROW THREE: J. Schmitz, S. Bailey, R. Lorson. ROW FOUR : R. Rose, 0 . Gilbertson, T. Stendoll, 0. Harmon .

CIRCLE K SPONSORS "CLUB NITE" Campus and community service is the aim of Circle K. The club's activities included the sponsoring of o club night which helped acquaint new students with the clubs on campus. Members of the group help in the publicity for the school by acting os guides for visiting groups and by participating in recruiting trips. Ron Yarolimek served os president.

ROW ONE: R. Wood, R. Yorolimek, 0 . Turner, 0 . Gebhard, F. Klein . ROW TWO: E. Behrens, 0 . Gebhard, P. Waolkens, J. Fluegel, S. Radtke, J. Perry, H. N ilsen, J. Sullivan.

ROW ONE: S. Ruegg, B. Hennes, C. Martins, M. Dvorak, A. Schoonover, M. Miller, C. Greenwald, Y. Simon, J . Florin. ROW TWO: H. Jones, J. Lebs, J. Bakkedohl, B. Fisher, M. lssendorl, A. Allison, S. Noss, M. Wolfrom, K. Buncich. ROW THREE : J. Rau, R. Schade, S. Benson,

B. Onsgard, R. Brunner, R. Robinson, R. Zomok, B. Viventi, M. Stremcha. ROW FOUR: E. Hoppe r, T. Spehar, l. Russell, J . Lynn, M. Lorong, C. Lubke, J. Yamamoto, J . Rheingans, R. Strehlow, I. Hofer.

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K-DETTES

K - Dettes, a service club, is one of Winona State's new clubs this year. It is the sister organization of Circle K, cind together they serve on campus projects such as encouraging schoo l spirit and actting as guides and ushers for school events. Carol Greenwald served as the club's president.


1962 WENONAH STAFF ST RIVES FOR ATTRACTIVE PUBLICATION

Publishing a yearbook, the lasting record of a year's events, requires months of work and worry to meet the deadlines. The various editors and their staff members are each concerned with photos, copy, layout, and deadlines as they strive to compile the best possible section. This 1962 WENONAH is presented to you as a record of the activities and personalities of this year at Winona State College.

a The Chief approves the final layout. Jim Mulfinger, WENONAH Editor.

FRONT

ROW:

F.

Olsen,

S.

Ruegg, J. Coolidge, M. Ames, J. Modjeski, K. Anderson, K. Sweetnam, V. Radsek, P o t t r a t z, M. Kreisel,

P. D.

Schroder, H. Jones, S. Krueger, D. Krie. ROW TWO: K. Lentz, Dr. Stenerson, Adviser, R. Ingham, J. Perry, B. Briesath, A. Price, S. 011, J. Mulfinger.

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ROW ONE: S. Roth, D. Schroder, J. Hogen, K. Cummings, D. Myron.

ROW TWO: J. Reidelberger, Adviser; R. Young,

J. Fluegel, D. Rislove, J. Mulfin,,er, H. DeWold.

COLLEGIATE CLUB - WSC'S NEWEST ORGANIZATION The Co llegiate Club, an honorary service club consisting of twe lve members, is Winona State's most recent club. The purpose of this organization is to promote enthusiasm for school funct ions and to serve in a public relations capacity. This year the members acted as guides for college tours, represented Winona State at high school college days, and promoted the opening of the Smog on Friday nights. The president was John Fluege l; the other officers were Bob Young , Donna Myron and Harry DeWald. Mr. Reidelberger was adviser.

YWCA SPONSORS BIG-LITTLE SISTER TEA

The goal of the Y.W.C.A. is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to developing personal, social, and spiritual aspects of personality. Y.W.C.A sponsored the Big-Little Sister Tea, bake sales, open swims, and a Christmas tree in the cafeteria. Although few in membership, this group has a big job to fulfill on this campus in serving others. Carol Botcher was president; other officers w e r e Jeanne Coolidge, Mary lssendorf, Helen Holtegaard; the adviser was Miss Ruth Payne .

ROW ONE: M. lssendorf, R. Childs. C. Botcher.

ROW TWO: J. Coolidge, M. Kreisel,

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GAMMA DELTA: SERVING SEARCHING WORSHIPPING Gamma Delta, the religious organization for Lutheran students of the synodical conference, encourages Christian action among c o I I e g e students through weekly Bible discussions, programs, projects, and fellowship among students of the Lutheran faith. Activities for the year included a hay ride, Christmas caroling, Religious E m p h a s i s Week, and sponsoring a float in the Homecoming parade. Leading the group were Bruce Blumentritt, President, and the other officers, Marilyn Balzum, Annette Price, and Steve Boller.

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ROW ONE : 0 . Haessig, M. Wolfrom, L. Brummund, M. Bolzum, L. Wondrosch. ROW TWO: J . Hoffman, K. Belter, R. Strehlow, J. Hoock, S. Boller. ROW THREE : S. Zimmerman, B. Bl umentritt, E. Imm, A. Price, E. Suhr, J. Mulfinger.

LSA PROVIDES CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP FOR WSC LUTHERANS President Judy Mclellan directed LSA activities this year. She was assisted by th e other officers; Scott Baudhuin, Janet Hagen, and John Walker. The club aims to provide a program of worship, study, service, evangel ism, and recreation for the students of the Lutheran Church. This year' s activities included special communion services, Bible studies, Christmas caroling, holiday pa rties, and hay rides. An arm of LSA which reaches a wide area of Minnesota is its well organized choir, which gave many concerts this year.

ROW ONE: J. Perry, J. Boyum, G . Houghton, W. Lorson, R. Anderson, J. Dokken, R. Olson, K. Meyer. ROW TWO: I. Hofer, M. Kreisel, 0. Wilson, B. Viventi, P. Solum, S. Wedul, J. Squires, K. Von Auken, A. Allison, S. Ruegg, J. lebs, R. Schade, C. Anderson. ROW THREE: B. Ebert, P. Beggs, S. Sonness, Y. Roppe, G. Kjustod, J. Hogen, S. Noss, A. Peterson, L. Bernard, P.

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Powell, S. Sea rson, M. Bothun, 0. Krie. ROW FOUR: D. Grovenish, K. Rud, E. Torvick, G. Johnson, J. Ellingson, S. Son¡ ness, J. Knapik, J. McClellan, S. Stolp, B. Voss, S. Corey. ROW FIVE: F. Gerry, R. Wohl, R. Tryggestad, 0. Harmon, C. Borchard, J. Urness, T. Stendoll, 0 . Gilbertson, E. Behrens. L. Aase, 8. Briesoth, Or. Munson, S. Bouduin, Dr. Campbell.


CANTERBURY CLUB PROVIDES CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP FOR CAMPUS EPISCOPALIANS Canterbury Club, the Episcopalian student organization on campus, has a program of service, worship, and study. The activities for which the group meets weekly include discussions and meetings with the LaCrosse group. A river excursion was one of the main events which the club sponsored this spring. Rose Atkins was the group's president.

ROW ONE: R. Atkin, M. Hoyt. ROW TWO: J. Lynn, S. Schacht, R. Childs, Mr. Small. ROW THREE: R. Heath, J. lackore.

WESLEYANS UNITE CAMPUS METHODISTS

Wesley Foundation is an organization of Methodist students on campus. Its purpose is to provide the kind of spiritual, intellectual, and social fellowship which will make Christian faith and truth relevant to the total college experience. The year's activities included a get-acquainted party in September, weekly gatherings with special speakers and discussion groups, and participation in Homecoming, Christmas, and Religious Emphasis Week activities. Marlene Miller served as President. Other officers were Lynn Sheldon, Mary Lou Arneson, Patty Pottratz, and Dianne Odman. Rev. Richard lewis was the group's adviser.

ROW ONE: J. Carney, J. Morcomb, l. Sheldon, M. Miller, A. Schoonover, l. Russell. ROW TWO: S. Sebo, l. Kock, P. Pattratz, M. Arneson, G. Griffith. ROW THREE: R. Nord, S. Rupp, C. Prinsen, D. Odman, M. lssendorf, R. Robinson. ROW FOUR: R. luiss, P. Waalkens, D. Gebhard S. Radke, E. Austin.

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ROW ONE: J . Rheingans, J. Valentine, M. Werner, 8. Anderson, S. Schleich, M. Dvorak, G. Adams, A. Bernatz, S. Johnston, E. lenzmeier, E. Parkinson, M. Rohr, 8. Hennes. ROW TWO: M. Majerus, K. 8uncich, C. Maertens, B. Stegmaier, M. Sereno, K. Berg, S. Rotty, J. Florin, G. Girgen, M. Ames, M. Darsch, M. Himmer, J. lee. ROW THREE: G. Heller, A. McConnell, J. Nardinger, Y. Simon, J . Flanagan, J. Passe, B. Brungardt, C. Eilola, A. Fratzke, S. Schammel, J . Blom, F.

DeGrood, M. O'Connor, D. Cardinal. ROW FOUR: M. lorang, K. Cummings, K. Rangitsch, K. Lentz, G. Ruzich, S. O' Dea, P. Boller, P. Wise, R. Ingham, S. Huff, J. lanik, M. O' Reilly. ROW FIVE: F. Buoe, D. Tobias, T. McNulty, J. Schmitz, J. Pfister, l. Bickford, J. Schuth, D. Boland, G. Hubley, R. Yarolimek, T. Caron, R. Schleich, J. Connor, R. Sterbentz, T. Zumberge, D. Fister.

NEWMAN CLUB HAS MAIN SPEAKER FOR RE WEEK Sponsored by the Catholic Church, the Newman Club serves a threefold purpose: educational, social and religious. This triadic aim is carried out mainly through weekly meetings held at the Newman Center. The Club's activities included classes explaining the history of the Catholic Faith, weekly discussions and social events at the Newman Center, and participation in Christmas and Religious Emphasis Week activities. Ray Haworth served as president; the. other officers were Martin McGuire, Sharon Kern, and Janice Flanagan. Advisers were Father laPlante and Mr. Emmanuel.

ROW ONE: Mr. Reidelberger, S. Roth, K. Berg, M. Pater, E. Hopper, S. Wedul, A. Allison, V. Radsek, A. McAllister, A. Hellickson, E. Christopher. ROW TWO: G. Heller, B. Mclean, J. Thode, C. Sherman, K. Belter, C. Eckhoff, N. Frisby, R.

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Zomok, Miss Magnus, G. Gordish. ROW THREE: S. Radke, R. Young, J. Fluegel, T. Boehlke, C. Fratzke, f. Sillman, R. Heath, W. Parker, A. Wolfram, B. Zenker, K. Meyer, M. Finley.

WENONAH PLAYERS

To promote theater is the purpose of the Wenonah Players, whose members work on or star in State's plays. Other duties such as ushering and back-stage jobs fall under their jurisdiction. The members carried out their style of drama in the three plays produced this year. The Fall and Winter productions were Thieves' Carnival and An lnspedor Calls, respectively. Carol Sherman was the group's president; the other officers were Connie Eckhoff, Ann McAllister, Bruce Mclean, John Davis and Wayne Parker. Miss Magnus was the adviser.


WSSA ASSISTS WITH SPEECH FESTIVAL

ROW ONE: K. Berg, A. McAllister, A. Hellickson, M. Pater, M. Ames. ROW TWO: Mr. Reidelberger, G. Colbenson, G. Mitsch, C. Eckhoff, R. Zomok, Miss Magnus. ROW THREE: S. Radtke, K. Meyer, J. Perry, C. Sherman, l. Thaldorf, A. Wolfram, W . Parker. ROW FOUR: J. Bambenek, C. Fratzke, F. Sullivan, B. Mclean, C. Ellstad, R. Heath, J. Davis.

RADIO ST ATION ON CAMPUS

Winona State Speech Association gives va'fuable 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 valuable experience in judging and in the other work of conducting a speech contest. John Davis served as president; the other officers were William Zenker, Ann McAllister, Bruce Mcleon, and Ancy Hellickson. Miss Magnus and Mr. Reidelberger acted as advisers.

GOAL OF RADIO GUILD

The goa~ of the Radio Guild is to set up a radio station on campus which would publicize college events at the Smog and the Cafeteria. Plans for this project are now being completed and in the near future we should see some progress toward that goal. This club works in conjunction with the speech department, and presents broadcasts over radio station KWNO regularly twice a month.

ROW ONE: J. Perry, C. Eckhoff, B. Mclean, K. Berg, A. Hellickson, A. McAllister, Miss Magnus, B. Zenker. ROW

TWO: K. Belter, R. Heath, S. Radtke, J. Saeker, J. Thode, S. Baudhuin, Mr. Reidelberger.

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ROW ONE: L. Miwa, R. Hostettler, J. Lebs, S. Hornack. ROW TWO: B. Nyrud, M. Tollefson, K. Gludt, C. Roberts, S. Johnston, S. Corey, B. Engel, B. Onsgard, D. Krie, D. Hae>Sig, S. Rupp, S. Sonness, R. Rose. ROW THREE: L. Sheldon, D. Schroder, P. Butt, L. Russell, A. McConnell, S. Benson, P. Powell, B. Stegmaier, D. Holland,

R. Wood, L. Loerch, S. Andrus, C. Anderson, D. Johnson, S. Sonness, R. Holst, G. Hagen, G . Houghton, J . Schultz, R. Bisek, Y. Rappe, ~ ¡ Hogen, J. Urness. ROW FOUR: R. Whitworth, E. Brown, Mr. Heyer, Director, R. Persons, K. O ' Conner, H. Oklond, W . Larson, D. Larson, P. Klas.

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As usual, the Band was a very busy group of musicians this year. The band served a two-fold purpose, giving students who like to play an opportunity to do so, and also serving as a proving ground for various music classes. Although the public saw the band perform for only two concerts and the Homecoming Parade, many long hours were spent on practice and drills. A part of the band also played at football and basketball games. Lee Loerch was the group's president; the other officers were Janet Hagen and Roger Kline. Mr. Heyer served as adviser and director.

MUSIC

The Rhythm Masters, swing band of W.S.C. performed several times during the year, under the d irection of Mr. Heyer. The group played for school assembly programs and provided nwsic for a number of dances during the year including the Tri-College Dance. They again participated in the Battle of the Bands with the Merry-Notes of St. Mary's College.

ROW ONE: R. Sonsollo, 8. Nyrud, Mr. Heyer, Dire<lor, 8. Whitworth, L. Miwo, R. Heyer. ROW TWO: R. Bisek, J . Urness, M. Porter, J. Hogen, Y. Roppe, 0 . Heyer, R. Yarolimek.

THREE: C. Ande rson, S. Andrus, 8. Wood, S. Sonnen . C. Greenwald.

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ROW ONE: R. Koeth, D. Grovenish, C. Eckhoff, K. Cummings, K. Renko, E. Grote, K. Aune, J . Hogen, Y. Roppe, C. Lindsay. ROW ,TWO: M. Pe rcival, M. Wolfrom, T. Spehar, K. Turner, E. Suhr, R. Schade, M. Bothuln, Y. Simon, P. Powell, S. Corey, C. Anderson, P. Solum, C. Greenwald, Mr. R. McCluer, Director. ROW THREE: C.

Carstensen, T. McNulty, G . Brotburg, D. Peterson, F. Kle in, J . Fluegel, J. Johnson, P. Klos, l. Aase, J . McElmury, D. Monn, A. Bollinger, 8. Briesoth. ROW FOUR: l. Adorns, B. Hill, D. Gebhard, D. Woxlond, D. Ge bhard , R. Bisek, G. Houghton, R. Yorolimek, S. Radtke, l. Olson.

WITH SONGS IN THEIR HEARTS 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 g roup sang for various city organizations and neighboring high schools. The chorus worked in conjunction with the dramatics department to put on an outstanding production in the Spring. Chorus appearances were also made at both the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. This year's president was DeWayne Tobias; the other officers were Robert Hill, Mary Lou Percival, and John Fluegel. Mr. McCluer was the adviser and director.

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SNEA

PROVIDES INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE

TEACHERS The Etta Hudson Howell Chapter of the Student National Education Association is a professional association for college students actively preparing to teach. The primary objective al the SNEA is to provide members with opportunities for personal and professional growth, development of leadership skills, and an understanding of the history and program of NEA. The members have access to various NEA s11rvice• including handbooks, posters, and journals. The WSC organization consists of 191 members who chose to elect Jack Lindner as President and Laurel Kerrigan, Terry Olson, Jim Blahnik, and Carolyn Gordon as the other officer•. Dr. Wedul and Dr. Juul, an exchange teacher from Norway, were adviser5. The club •pon•ors •peckers, dances, and other extra-<:urricular activities.

S.N.E.A. officers were Jim Blahnik, Treasurer; Laurel Kerrigan, Vice-President; Carolyn Gordon, Reporter; ond John Lindner, President.

ROW ONE: C. Carsten5en, H. DeWald, L. Partington, S. Krueger. ROW TWO: D. Krie, K. Lentz, J. Mulfinger, D. Schroder, A. Fratzke, B. Benike, M. Poter, B. Schultze, G. Kjustad, M. Berg•trom, L. Kerrigan. ROW THREE: M. Kreisel, D. Holland, S. Sanneu, S. Sanness, P. Pottratz, N. Frisby, J. linden, J. Vigneu, J. Viner, M. Wolfram, G. Ruzich, K. Reszka. ROW FOUR: E. Headington, S. Stolp, G. John•on, M. Sereno, S. Johnson, J. Lynn, M. lssendorf, K. Rangitsch, M. Spinier, M. Miller, J. Coolidge, A. Boyum, J. Thode, Mr. Wedul. ROW FIVE: J. Flanagan, P. Timmers, K. Whetstone, E. Torvick, M. Dvorak, C. Maertens, L. Sheldon, C. Gardon, G. Griffith, M. Arneson, J. Elling•on, J. Morcomb, R. Olson. ROW SIX: J. San-

telman, N. T·hompson, L. Lohmann, C. Eilola, J. Aadahl, R. Groenewold, R. Wahl, C. Diekmann, S. Nau, B. Bladholm, B. Gerlach, A. Peterson, C. Paulsen. ROW SEVEN: K. Buncich, B. Viventi, K. Benning, R. Wells, D. Harmon, J. Schuth, J. Boyum, R. Rose, S. Bailey, K. Meyer, S. Radtke, R. Brunner, J. Rheingans. ROW EIGHT: B. Wood. D. Gilbertson, S. Roth, V. Miller, B. Tryggestad, l. Aase, D. Boland, D. Redalen, D. Roesler, M. Majerus, J. Yamamoto, D. Gravenish, H. Mark. ROW NINE: S. Wedul, J. Valentine, Y. Rappe, P. Solum, K. Meunier, J. Moechnig, P. Waalken•, J. Hagen, B. Onsgard, B. Kramer, B. Borth, L. Thompson.

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KAPPA Pl MEMBERS AQUIRE ARTISTIC TECHNIQUES Koppa Pi is on art organization serving the college by providing the decorations for many of the big college events during the college year. Eac h year they decorate the queen's float for the Homecoming parade, the windows at Christmas, and the Smog for the Spring Prom. Leah-Marie Ohnstad was president; the other officers were Joani Modjeski, Margery Rand, and Richard Fosburgh. Miss Murray was the adviser. ROW ONE: J. Modjeski, F. Adams. ROW TWO: Miss Rand, K. Rud, M. O'Connor. R. lebakken, K. Morehouse.

Kragness, V. Murray, M. ROW THREE: T. Zumberge.

INDUSTRIAL ARTS QUB PROMOTES PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS The purpose of the Industrial Arts Club is to promote general and professional interest in the field of industrial arts. The club hos performed several services for the college. For several years it has made the Homecoming Queen's scepter and has demonstTOted industrial processes. Recent demonstrations were presented at a workshop for area industrial arts teachers. To become acquainted with industrial techniques, the members view movies, visit industrial firms, and watch demonstrolions illustrated by experts. Harry DeWald led the group as president; the other officers were Ronald Zenke, Keith Tschumper, and Frank Gerry. The advise!'$ were Dr. Jackson, Dr. Capron, and Mr. Fuglsby.

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ROW ONE: H. Guenther, 0 . Percival, R. Wells, 0 . Cramer, H. OeWald, M. O'Reilly. ROW TWO: Or. Capron, l . Partington, R. Harris, J. Wedemeier, P. Waalkens, 8. Roth, Or. Jackson. ROW THREE: Mr. Fuglsby, H. Johansen, l . Mensink, T. Stendal!, F. Gerry, P. Puck, G. Freimark.


ROW ONE: S. Radke, R. Olson, J. Bruegger, H. Mork, l. Thompson, l. Bernard, M. Lorong, C. Botcher, 0. Hossos, P. Beggs, L. Sheldon, M. Sereno. ROW TWO: N. Keller, 0. Fruechte, J. Pfister, R. Raether, J. Urness, T. Mouszycki, R. Flottum, T. Tschida, R. Ingham, C. Paulsen, J. Oldorf. ROW THREE: B. Blumentritt, 0. Tobias, J. Schmidt, 0. Boland, R. Schoen, J. Fluegel, C. Carstensen, D. Kesti, J. Lindner, J. Schmitz, J. Boyum .

ACADEMY OF SCIENCE KEEPS UP WITH SCIENTIFIC ADVANCES Headed by DeWoyne Tobias, President, the Academy of Science, a group of students interested in the field of science and mathematics, sponsors guest speakers, social activities, demonstrations, and films in furthering their knowledge of the field of science. Each year the Academy of Science sponsors the Winter Carnival and a Science Fair. Assisting Tobias, the other officers are Dennis Kesti, Carol Botcher, and Keith Ault. Dr. Fremling acted as the group's adviser.

BUSINESS CLUB

ROW ONE: Miss Finch, C. Diekmann, M. Pater, B. Brungardt, B.. Kramer, B. Anderson, J. Lebs, Mrs. Hopf. ROW TWO: L. Bickford, J. MoecKnig, B. Schultze, C. Clinkscales, J. Blom, C. Roberts, J. Bakkedohl. ROW THREE: 0. Hint, R. Mahlke, G. Mitsch, C. Sands, R. Ebert, L. Allen, R. Freedman. ROW FOUR: P. Condon, D. Roesler, 0. Harmon, J. Schuth, W. Schuth. ROW FIVE: R. Matejka, T. Grupa, R. Horton, J. Viner, W. Parker, R. Mensink, G. Meyer, J. Niuen, G. Bumber.

PREPARES FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS Organized to promote a better understanding of the business field by interested students, the Business Club's activities include field trips to industrial firms, guest speakers, movies, discussion sessions, and sponsoring a Homecoming queen candidate. Another project of the Business Club was selling ads for the yearbook. The president was Jomes Nissan; other officers were Donald Wilkie and Carol Diekman. Miss Finch, Mrs. Hopf, Dr. Foegen, and Dr. Morley were the advisers.

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ROW ONE: D. fruechte, S. Boller, D. Gebhard, M. Westerman, R. Wood, D. Jessen, H. Okland, R. Geppert, J. Pearson.

RADIO OPERATORS SEND WORLD - WIDE MESSAGES The Amateur Radio Club is for students interested in ham-radio work. This past year the club received its official operating license from the FCC. The station's call letters are WQFHO. Members of the club have built a 500 watt transmitter to use in the station. As a service to college students, the club members have sent messages free of charge to all parts of the United States. The President was Robert Wood and the other officers were Duane Fruechte and Ronald Gifford. Dr. Wendland was the group's adviser.

ROW ONE: K. Buncich, M. Sereno, C. Eilola, B. Viventi, G. Ruzich . ROW TWO: T. Spehar, R. Fraser, l. Pontinen, J . Heikkinen, J . Connor, T. Walters, J . Milanovich. ROW THREE: D. Kesti, J. Davis, R. Sterbentz, J . Heath, H. Kangas, J. Williams, C. Lamb.

RANGERS SPONSOR ROMP AND ttSMEL T FRY" The Ranger Club is for Winona State students who come from St. Louis, Cook, and Lake Counties on the Range. The objective of the club is to provide these students with social octivities. This year the club sponsored the Ranger Romp, which featured pizza and polkas, and a Smelt Fry in the Spring. Roger Ojakangas was the group's President. The other officers were Charles Elliott and Ruth Fraser. Mr. Emmanuel and Dr. Fremling acted as advisers.

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DALPHINS SPONSOR nRIDICULOUS" DANCE; INTRAMURAL SWIM MEET

ROW ONE: D. Bluhn, E. Parkinson, M. Werner, D. Wilson, M. londino, J . Johnson, S. Rotty, J. Dorman, E. Cooper, C. Kelso, G. Harris, M. Bothun . ROW TWO: J . Morcomb, A. Ejrup, R. No rd, R. Childs, R. Nelson, K. Sweetnam, S. Doran, K. Anderson, S. Krueger, M. Baglino, S. Schammel, K. Hermanson, S. Baudhuin . ROW THREE: M. Hoyt, A. Steege, C. Rudolf, S. Fle ming, B. Errington, K. Albers, S. O ' Dea, P. Rowan, M. Dorsch, B. Ebert, S. Andrus, T. Foran, C. Brunson. ROW FOUR: G . Kloeck, D. Harmon, J. Sales, l. Rowan, A. Boyum, F. DeGrood, T. Zumberge, D. Frank, R. Ingham, V. Miller, D. Percival, T. Braun. ROW FIVE : J . Pearson, J. Grover, P. Jensen, J. Starkman, R. Anderson, H. VonWinkle, A. Mahlke, P. Crum, R. Schleicher, J. Hauser, M. Rayfield, P. Micheau, S. Miller, R. Stolley.

A very active group at Winona State, the Dolphin Club is a co-educational organization for students who enjoy swimming. This year's activities included sponsoring a Homecoming queen candidate, a float in the Homecoming Parade, the first intramural swim meet, the "Ridiculous" costume dance, and several co ~ recreational swims. The annual swim show in the Spring and the Parents' Day swim show are two important projects of the club. Jim Hauser was the club's President. 1he other officers were Dave Marquesen, Vera Miller, Philip Micheau and Romona Childs.

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Young Republicans is the campus club for all students interested in the GOP. The club examines the party's policies in government. Activities of the club this year included a tri-college dance, various state and local Re publican speakers, and attendance at state and regional Republican conventions. Miss Magnus was the club's adviser. Clark Borchard acted as Chairman; the other officers were Gerald Boyum, Toni Spehar, and Robert Rose.

ROW ONE: M. Wolfram, T. Spehar, M. Storhoff, C. Anduson, l . Sheldon, S. Searson, S. Zimmerman, C. Rudolph, J. Iwata, A. Schoonover, Miss Magnus. ROW TWO: J. Taubert, K. Meyer,

G. Seim, D. Lorson, P. Waalkens, R. Omdahl, R. Rose, C. &orchard, D. Gilbertson, B. Briesath, D. Harmon, B. Try99.stad,

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GOVERNING OUR DORMITORIES The brick walls of our "home away from home" harbor over 500 students and many memories of dormitory living. These memories con be heard over a cigarette in the smoker, popcorn in the fudge kitchen, or knitting needles in a room. The objective is to provide a worm, livable, adequate atmosphere - Sloter . . . a quarter for laundry . . . bots .. open house . . . banquets . . . the small wee hours . . . student dean with keys . . . exhausted late minutes cleaning ladies ... the paper at 4 o'clock . . . stereos overheard . .. Christmas in the courtyard - for those who hove chosen dormitory life to enrich their college careers. Three councils govern the activities of the members of these four buildings.

ROW ONE: P. Holliday, J . Flanagan, J. Mclellan, S. Schacht. ROW TWO: G. Sprute, J . Alfonso, D. Heraff, Mrs. Griffith.

ROW ONE: D. Stapf, D. Heraff•. J . Jacobs, H. DeWald. ROW TWO: P. Micheau G. Sprute, F. Klein, D. Turner, J. Connor. ROW THREE: J . Alfonso, D. Kesti, C. Carstensen, F. Wolf.

ROW ONE: J. Santelman, B. Bladhalm, S. Frankfurth, V. Miller, C. Botcher. ROW TWO: P. Holliday, J. Flanagan, P. Beggs, J. Oldorf. ROW THREE: J. Mc¡ lellan, S. Schacht, Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Ritman.

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SPORTS

SPORTS EDITORS HAROLD FERKINGSTAD PAUL HELGERSON REGINA ROBINSON


Chuck Zane, Warrior's All-Tourney outfielder.

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WARRIORS HOPE FOR REPEAT IN '62 Enters NAIA tourney Tuesday

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Despite the foci the Warriors won the NSCC (8-0), then defeated Culver-Stockton two straight in the best of three play-off series and then were defeated in the 16th inning of a National Tournament game at Sioux City, Iowa, the Warriors hope to better this 19-12 record in 1962. To help the Warriors do this Dr. McCown was greeted by 14 lettermen and good freshmen and transfer candidates. Returning from last year's championship squad is NAIA All Tournament member Chuck Zane who led the team with a .457 batting average. To back up Zane are six Warriors who bettered the .300 mark last season: Arlie Klinder, Gary Grob, Dick Gunderson, Jon Kosidawski, Lance Johnson, and Deon Rosenow. The leading pitchers returning from last year's squad are Chuck Weisbrod 7-2, Jon Kosidowski 3-4, Duane Mutschler 1-1, and Dick Papenfuss 1-2. Other valuable lettermen returning are Roger Risser, Lyle Papenfuss, Ron Ekker and Bob Leitzau. The Warriors open their season on the rood with games against Loras and Quincy College before returning home lo entertain Whitewater, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, ond the Stale U. of Iowa. The Warriors then open their quest for their second straight conference title by traveling lo St. Cloud to open their 8 game conference schedule. The Warriors play non-conference opponent River Falls before returning home to play arch-rival Mankato. Then comes the long trip to Bemidji to face the Beavers before closing out ot home against Loras College in a non-conference double header and against Moorhead in the final conference appearance for seniors Ron Ekker, Lance Johnson, Bob Lietzau, Dick Papenfuss, Gory Grob, Roger Risser and Larry Joyo.

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Junior Chuck Weisbrod donned the sweatsuit for the start of a new season.

Slats Papenfuss begins work lo retain his first base position. Freshmen hopefuls M. Peterson, S. Munkel, and K. Barker check the workout sheet.

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GOLFERS LOOK FORWARD TO BIG SEASON The 1962 Golf team looks forward to o big season with two returning lettermen and o good supply of new candidates. The two returning lettermen that Cooch Molinari hos high hopes for ore Dove Vail and Bob Hogenson. The golfers will be looking forward to eight meets and the conference to be held at Keller in St. Poul.

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They're off to o good stort.

Indoor proctice ossures outdoor victories.

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the

220.

Calhoun lets loose.

Dave Livingston and the With a last surge of energy, Sophomore John Finnegan breaks the tope far a first place win.

twist.


1961 SCHEDULE RIVER FALLS CARLETON RELA VS CARLETON COLLEGE Lo CROSSE STATE IOWA STATE TEACHERS HOWARD WOOD RELAYS N.S.C.C. MEET ST. CLOUD, RIVER FALLS, MANKATO N.A.l.A.

Horry Davis gets out for an early practice.

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CINDERMEN SHOW PROMISE FACE CHALLENGING SEASON IN '6 2 The Winona State track team under Coach Bob Keister met a challenging season this spring. With several returning lettermen from last year's squad, the team tried to better its 1961 record which was highlighted with a second place in the Northe rn States College Confe re nce. During the 1961 season, the team was led by Marv Rouse, Dick Anderson, John Modjeski, and Harold Ferkingstad . Seve ral outstanding freshmen, John Finnegan, Carl Grimes, Phil Michaeu, and Paul Blumentritt add the d e pth that was needed for a balanced squad.

1961 TRACK TEAM - ROW O NE: J. Alfonso, M. Cunning ham, R. Lorson, J. Finnegan, J. Ca lhoun, C. Frank, H. Ferking stad, H. Davis, R. Hanson, T. Stanton, K. Burleigh. ROW TWO : Cooch Jone s, R. Rae ther, Manager, D. living s-

ton, J. Demars, J. Modjeski, R. Anderson, M. Rouse, D. Schleicher, H. Hutchings, G. Ferrato, J. Slifko. ROW THREE: R. Wahl, P. Blumentritt, K. Stell pflug, P. Micheau, J. Frese-

man.

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ROW ONE: Cooch Voorhees, D. Murphy, K. Burleigh, D. Percivol, T. Foran.

ROW TWO: J. Alfonso,

L. Pontinen, J. Modjeski, R. Stoli, R. Schleicher, R. Anderson.

HARRIERS HAVE FINE SEASON In their fifth season of cross country the Winona State Warriors registered another fine record of 7 wins, l loss, and l tie. In his first year as coach of cross country, Jim Voorhees achieved the finest record in the school's cross country history. Leading runners were co-captain John Finnegan, Larry Pontinen, co-captain Dick Anderson , Dennis Murphy, Dave Frank, Terry Foran and Kent Burleigh. Other members of the cross country squad but not major letter winners were Richard Schleicher, David Percival, Jim Grover and Ron Stolley. The Warriors won meets with Carleton, Wartburg, Iowa Teachers, Luther, U. of Dubuque, and River Falls before being tied by Loras and d efeated by Mankato. The Warriors closed the successful season by defeating our downriver rival LaCrosse in the season's final meet. Due to travel complications the Warriors did not participate in the conference meet he ld at Michigan Tech.

Modjeski in practice.

SCORES WE 27 16 26

24 25 21 28 Coach Voorhees checks speed of WSC harriers, John Finnegan and Dick Anderson.

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OPPONENT CARLETON WARTBURG IOWA TEACHERS LUTHER U. OF DUBUQUE RIVER FALLS LORAS MANKATO LA CROSSE

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FOOTBALL WARRIORS REPEAT 60'S RECORD OF 4-3-1

ROW ONE: M. Borth, J . Jacobs, T. McNulty, T. Keepers, M. Cunningham, M. Leahy, D. Konop, B. Kieser, C. Zone, J . Kraemer, G. Schneider, R. Lor.an, W. Ty.an. ROW TWO: J. Christenson, M. Groth, R. Wolf, D. Rauen, J. Sales, B. Zellmer, D. Mutschler, L. Kennedy, B. White, J. Wede· meir, D. Livingston, R. Leistikow. ROW THREE: L. Carroll, Assistant Cooch, M. Molinari, Coach J. Lautigar, 0 . Kjarland, M. Henry, T. Holl,

G. DeMars, T. Ryan, D. Rislove, G. Sprute, B. John.an, R. Henderson, J. Kern, R. Gunderson, P. Flaherty. ROW FOUR: G. Pohl, M. Rouse, G. Grob, L. Thompson, L. Diggens, D. Rauen, R. Gray, G. Schnell, R. Leonhardt, G. Ferrato, F. Wolf, A. Ihrke, R. Keister, Assistant Cooch, Dr. Campbell, Assistant Coach.

26 LETTERMEN RETURN FOR H61" SEASON

Among the twenty-•ix returning lettermen to the 1961 football team were the following •eniors ond juniors. ROW ONE: T. Keepers, P. Maloy, M. Rou.e, R. Hender.an, J. OeMors, G. l'ohl, and P. Quam. ROW TWO: M. Cunningham, A. Ihrke, B. Wolf, G. Sprute, D. Ri•love, G. Grob, M. Groth, G. Schneider, and Cooch Modeo " Moon" Molinari.

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GRIDDERS FOUGHT HARD AND FINALLY WON

Warriors' coaching stoff discusses prospects for the season with the WSC. cocoptoins. Left to Right: Coaches Bob Campbell ond Bob Keister, co-coptoins Gole Sprute ond Dove Rislove, ond cooch¡ eS' Modeo Molinari ond Lonee Carroll.

A veteran squad of football players with a few new candidates reported to head coach Molinari last August for the start of the 1961 football season. Losing some heartbreokers, the Warriors finished the season with 4 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie. In the conference, they compiled 2 wins, 2 defeats, and 1 tie. The Warriors opened their season at home with a 120 victory over Stout State on Sept. 9. In their next game the Warriors suffered a heartbreaking 6-0 defeat at the hands of the Eau Claire Bluegolds. In their first conference game on Sept. 30 the Warriors were stunned by a rugged Moorhead squad. The final count was Moorhead 19, Winona State 0. Next, W.S.C. and St. Cloud, engaged on the Huskies' field, bottled to a scoreless tie. The following week, the Warriors, playing at home, fell before a strong Mankato State eleven by the score of 16-6. Winona's next two encounters were very successful. Our team dumped Bemidji 12-0 and the following week whipped Michigan Tech in this year's homecoming game 16-2. In the final contest of the season the Warriors displayed their best offense of the year in romping over River Falls 31-7. Throughout the season the Warriors scored seventy-seven points while holding their o pponents to fifty. Although the Warriors finished fourth in the NSCC, Winona's defense was the strongest in the conference. Two outstanding all-conference gridders Gale Sprute and Dove Rislove were the 1961 football co-captains. ENDS -

G. Grob, J. Loutigor, M. Groth, T. Holl.

1961 RECORD OPPONENT

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FULLBACKS Sprute.

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T. Keeper5, D. Rathke, D. Mutschler, B.

R. Leistikow, D. Rauen, T. McNulty, G.

R. Wolf, R. Gunderson, G. Schneider, B. White, R. Lund.

HALFBACKS -

M. Rouse, R. Lorion, M. Henry, P. Maloy.

ENDS -

TACKLES -

J. Weber, D. Rislove, G. Pohl.

F. Wolf, L. Thompson, G. Ferrato, R. Gray, J. Wedemeir.

HALFBACKS - J. Kraemer, C. Zane, M. Cunningham.

HALFBACKS -

R. Leonhardt, D. Konop, M. Leahy, B. Zellmer.

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ROW ONE: E. Hellerud, B. lietzou, D. landers, 8. Zellmer, T. Tholdorf, J. Goetz, A. Klinder. ROW TWO: Coach B.

Campbell, J. Vinor, L. Poppenfuss, B. Weisbrod, B. Jomes, K. Stellpflug, D. Papenfuss, Asst. Cooch R. Ekker.

VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach Robert Campbell, in his season at the helm of the Warrior Basketball teom, broke even over the 22 game schedule. The Warriors, who had 8 returning lettermen, were led by Co-captains Ken Stellpflug and Jerry Goetz. The ballclub was hampered by injuries, the absence of a really big man, and adjustment to a different style of basketball. Ken Stellpflug led the club in scoring with 288 points, followed closely by sophomore Slats Papenfuss with 272.

Hopes for 1962-63 will rest on rhe shoulders of Slats Papenfuss, Arlie Klinder and Dick Papenfuss and whatever help the reserves and freshmen can offer. The two Warriors who have completed their playing days at State and will be sorely missed next year are Ken Stellpflug and Jerry Goetz. Also graduating this spring is student manager Win Hellerud.

Co-captains of the '61-'62 varsity squad, Jerry Goetz and Ken Stellpflug. Klinder hits a Warrior lead.

jumpshot

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SCORING TOTALS Scoring Stellpflug, Ken Papenfuss, Lyle Goetz, Jerry Klinder, Arlie Papenfuss, Dick James, Bob Viner, Jim lietzau, Bob Zellmer, Bruce Weisbrod, Chuck Thaldorf, Tom landers, Denny

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Co.captain Goetz proves that basketball is not a game only for the big man.

As Slots shoots, Stellpflug waits for a score or a rebound.

OPPONENT Stevens Point Iowa State College Platteville St. Cloud Luther College lo Crosse St. Norbert Michigan Tech. Mankato lo Crosse Moorhead Superior Mankato U. of M. Duluth Moorhead Bemidji Stout Bemidji Loras Michigan Tech Northern Ill. u. St. Cloud

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Jomes shows Superior State how to get the easy one.


Manager M. Dilley, D. Lietzau, J . Kohn, K. Barker, D. landers, R. leistikaw, l. Berry, P. Blumentrill, D. Martzke, D. Bailey, Coach R. Ekker. Missing: G. Snyder, B. Zellmer.

FROSH TODAY-VARSITY OF TOMORROW The Winona State Frosh c9mpiled a record of 3 wins and 12 losses under the direction of Coach Ron Ekker. The Frosh were led in scoring by Bruce Zellmer (237) and Denny landers (134). The Junior Warriors ployed many fine Junior Colleges, College Freshmen, and local independent ball clubs. Next year some of these boys will be pushing for varsity positions. The squad members ore Bruce Zellmer, Rolph leistikow, Paul Blumentritt, Dick Mortzke, Lynn Berry, Deon Bailey, Jerry Kohn, Denny landers, Dick Lietzau, George Snyder and Ken Barker. The student manager was Mork Dilley.

K. Barker soys, " Oh, those lay-ups."

D. landers works on his jump shot.

Coach Ekker gives pointers on shooting to hot shot guards D. Bailey and J. Kohn.

Coach Ekker gives rebounding tips to R. leistikow and P. Blumentritt.

Dance with me, Henry.

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WE 41 66 74 56 82 73 73 65 79 65 74 68 76 66

OPPONENT 89 65 53 91 84 87 69 68 84 84

WSC Varsity Schoffer's Rollingstone St. Mory Frosh St. Cloud Frosh Mankato Frosh laC rosse Frosh Watkins Standard Oilers Man kola Frosh St. Mary Frosh Standard Oilers la Crosse Frosh St. Cloud Frosh

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FACULTY FEATURED AT W CLUB SPORTS NIGHT

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One more point for the faculty.

Faculty worms up before defeating the " football" baske tball team.

Former G ra y bows to Von Vede meir before he defeats him.

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WINONA HOSTS NAIA NATIONAL WRESTLING TOURNAMENT

ROW ONE, left lo Right: Cooch Robert Keister. D. Morford, J. Petronek, J. Wilhorm, D. Morocco, G. Marchionda. ROW TWO: l. Marchianda, P. Blum, P. Flaherty, P. Chaffin, R. Miller.

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Co<aptains and Coach Keister. and Larry Willis.

Jerry

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Coach

ROW THREE: A. Maussner. M. Barth, J. Covert, T. Caron, G. Ferrato, N. Keller, l. Willis, P. Zimmerman, J. Wedemeier.

Led by six returning lettermen, Coach Keister's wrestling team faced the toughest schedule ever encountered by a Warrior mat team. On the Warriors' schedule were meets with such outstanding teams as those from Bloomsburg State (Pa.), Lock Hoven State (Pa.), Cornell U. (N.Y), Iowa State, Iowa State Teachers, and Northern Illinois. The team finished this schedule with a 5-8 record. The matmen successfully defended their title in the 12th annual Carleton Invitational Wrestling Tournament and returned as "Champions" for the second consecutive year. This year, the squad was led by Co-captains Larry Willis and Jerry Wedemeier (N.A.l.A. heavyweight champ), Pat Flaherty, and Jerry Wilharm. The highlight of this year's season was the Notional Wrestling Tournament which was held in Winona on March 16-17.


SCORES WE 8

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Gary Mitsch

Douglas Morford

Jerry Wilharm

Al Mauuner

OPPONENT LOCK HAVEN (PA.) 17 BLOOMSBURG (PA.) 25 CORNELL (N.Y.) 14 ROCHESTER (N.Y.) 11 ST. CLOUD 14 SUPERIOR 21 NORTHERN ILL. U. 14 IOWA STATE U. 18 MICHIGAN TECH 3 SO. DAKOTA STATE 6 MANKATO 21 WARTBURG 11 STATE COLLEGE OF IA. 23 NORTHERN STATES COLLEGE CONFERENCE - BEMIDJI N.A.l.A. CHAMPIONSHIPS WINONA

Two points far Wedemeier

Gardie Marchionda

Jerry Wedemeier

lea Simon

Pat Flaherty

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lettermen These ore seven of the ten lettermen who returned to the squad this year. Row One: S. Boudhuin, J. Houser, D. Percival, R. Krotz. Row Two: S. Miller, R. Schleicher, J. Miller.

Freshman diver Tom Zumberge

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WE 69 32 78 25

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Dove Fronk as he glides through the water in the 200 yard

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backstroke.

OPPONENT 26 63 17 70 54 23

RIVER FALLS MACALESTER ST. THOMAS NORTH CENTRAL CARLETON U. OF WIS., MILW. GRINNELL GUSTAVUS LACROSSE OSHKOSH

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WSC TANKERS GAIN • VALUABLE EXPERIENCE

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In the fourth year of competitive swimming at Winona State, Coach Voorhees' tankers won 6 meets and lost 4. Many good teams formed the core of a very tough schedule this year. The W .S.C. took on such powerhouses as North Central (N.A.J.A. defending champions}, Macalester, Grinnell, and Gustavus Adolfus. The co-captains of the W.S.C. team were Larry Clingman and Jerry Miller. Other lettermen returning from the previous year were Richard Schleicher, Stuart Miller, Wayne Fatchett, James Hauser, Rollie Kratz, Ross Harry, Dave Percival, and Scott Baudhuin. Several promising newcomers, Ron Stolley, Terry Foran, Bill Lanning, and Paul Jenson, added strength to the team. The enthusiasm and spirit of the group along with the skill and experience resulted in several victories. However, the tough competition kept the team from repeating its undefeated record of the previous year.

Coach Voorhees checks the lime records.

ROW ONE : T. Dormady, l. Clingham, T. Foran, 8. Ebert, S. Baudhuin, Manager G. Klock. ROW TWO: G. Curran, P. Jensen, R. Stolley, B. Lanning, R. Johannsen, J. Pearson, B. Anderson, Coach

J. Voorhees. ROW THREE: T. Zumberge, J. Grover, R. Harry, J. Hauser, A. Mahlke, S. Miller, D. Schleicher, J. Miller, l. Pontinen.

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SPRUTE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER IN NSCC

Gale Sprute, 208 pound linebacker from Farmington, was selected as the most valuable player in the N.S.C.C., and as a result received the Glen Galligan Award. Sprute has been a mainstay of the Warriors' defensive unit for three years. In the 1960 season he was named to the N.A.l.A.'s Little All-American second team. Sprute was a Warrior co-captain this season and despite an arm injury led the State defensive platoon to an eighth place finish among the nation's small college defensive units.

GALE SPRUTE Most Valuable Player in

NSCC

W CLUB HAS VERY SUCCESSFUL YEAR Promoting interest and participation in both sport and social activities, the "W" Club is a letterman's organization which renders its athletic services to the college. " Homecoming" spelled success for the members of "W" Club this year as they captured first prize in the float competition, and they were the sponsors of the winning queen candidate, Kaye Porker. Besides Homecoming, the club operates the concession stand at home basketball games. They also sponsored a faculty vs. football te am basketball game. The organization was under the leadership of Tom Keepers, president, and the other officers, Lance Johnson and Robert Wolf. Dr. McCown is the group's adviser.

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ROW ONE: J. Jacobs, S. Baudhuin, D. Percival, G . Mitsch, S. Moussner, D. Kc>nap, C. Zone, T. Keepers, B. White, J . Kremer. ROW TWO: M. Cunningham, L. Johnson, J . Houser, J . Wed~meir, M. Henry, B. Wolf, B. Zellmer, M. Borth, D. Rauen, D. Rosenow, R. Henderson, 8. Lietzau. ROW THREE : J Modjeski, M. Sund, P. Flaherty, M. Groth, G . Pahl, L. Papenfuss, C. Weisbrod, 8. James, J . Weber, R. Lunn. ROW FOUR: J . DeMors, D. Papenfuss, K. S1ellpflug, D. Rislove, G. Sprute, J. Vinar, P. Blumentritt, L. Kennedy. ROW FIVE : T. Dvorak, J. Miller, 8. Hogenson, A. Klinder. J. Goetz, J. Christenson, S. Miller, R. Schleicher


WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB , Rest at lostl

The Women's Physical Education Club is open to all physical education majors and minors. At the monthly meetings, the girls e~plored topics of interest. The members sold homecoming buttons to raise money for the Jean Talbot Scholarship Fund, which provides a W.P.E. sponsored scholarship for women in physical education. They also took care of coat checking, and they assisted with the freshmen physical examinations and motor ability tests. WPE OFFICERS - Harriet Mork, President; Virginia Horris, Vice-President; Gretta Johnson, Secretpry-Treosurer; and Miss Doy, Adviser.

ROW ONE: Miss Doy, Adviser, S. Keller, D. White, L. Sheldon, J. Rheingan s, I. Hofer, A. Hellickson, K. Parker, V. Harris, K. Voth. ROW TWO: J. Lubinski, B. Voss, J. Lubinski, H. Mark, M. lssendorf, D. Schroder, J. Moechnig, M. Hoyt, R. Childs, M. Rohr, M. Mackey. ROW THREE: D. Mulholland, B. Benike, K. Stork, J. Aadahl, S. Ott, N. Frisby, K. Berg, R. Robinson, E. Rotty, M.

Landi no, N. Nowlan. ROW I FOUR: C. Stever, B. Lucas, J. Kidd, J. Mclellan, J. Oldorf, G. Koehler, D. Cardinal, E. Cooper, M. Kreisel, S. Searson, B. Stegmaier. ROW FIVE: J. Kidd, C. Lamb, J. Feehan, R. Brunner, G. Johnson, S. Fronkfurth, J. Plooster, P. Sherman, D. Odman, R. Dahling.

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J. Strommer, P. Pottrotz, E. Grote, C. Eilolo, J. La mme, M. Schraeder, S. Rupp, 8 . Bladholm, 8. Gerla ch, 8. Benike, K. Van Auken, K. Hartley, J. Gates.

WARRIORETTESj CHEERLEADERS ADD PEP AND COLOR TO

K. Stork, D. Stead, K. Parker, N. Frisby, D. Myron, R. Nelson.

Arousing school spirit among the students at Winona State is the primary goa l of the cheerleaders. They appear in football and basketball games and lead a¡ll-school pep fests. Their hard work and pep have helped to create team spirit during many of the games this year.

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V. Adams, M. Sereno, J. Miller, J. Horton, K. Berg, R. Chase, S. Roth, B. Onsgard, K. Reszka, A. Fish¡ baugher, G. Ruzich, M. Tollefson.

WSC GAMES

The Warriorettes, a girl's precision drill and dance team, perform several times during the year at football and basketball games. The group was honored with an Achi evement Award trophy at this year's Homecoming festivities. Other performances by the Warriorettes included appearances at the St. Paul Winter Carnival and the Winona Winter Carnival. Cochoreographers for the group were Marilyn Schroeder and Kathy Berg. The advisers were Mrs. Voorhees and Mrs. Reide lberger. Mr. Reidelberger is the faculty sponsor.

Warriarettes co-choreographers and Marilyn Schroeder.

were

Kathy

Berg

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PHYSICAL FITNESS THROUGH SPORTS ACTIVITIES The purpose of the Women's Recreation Association is to provide sports activities for the women of Winona State which will be fun to learn and ploy. These activities will also provide enjoyable recreation in future years. Among the activities offered and participated in by WRA were volleyball, swimming, basketball, softball, badminton, bowling, and creative modern dance. The club sent delegates to the state and regional conventions at Comp Courage and ¡the University of Nebraska, respectively. The club also sponsored a college sports day and participated in several sports days at other colleges.

WRA

WRA OFFICERS - Karen Voth, President; Harriet Mark, VicePresident; Miss Moravec, Adviser, Mary lssendorf, Secretary¡ Treoiurer.

ROW ONE: Miss Moravec, Adviser; S. Keller, I. Hofer, K. Voth, J. Rheingans, G. Harris, K. Parker, D. White, M. Spinier. ROW TWO: J. Yamamoto, l. Sheldon, B. Voss, M. lssendorf, J. Lubinski, J. Lubinski, 0. Schroder, J. Moechnig, M. Hoyt, R. Childs, M. Rohr, M. Mackey. ROW THREE: D. Mulholland, B. Benike, J. Aadahl, K. Stork, S. Ott, N. Frisby, R. Robinson, K. Berg, E. Rotty, M. Londino, N. Nowlan. ROW FOUR: H. Mark, C. Stever, B. Lucas, J. Kidd, J. Oldorf, J. Mclellan, G. Koehler, 0. Cardinal, E. Cooper, M. Kreisel, S. Searson, B. Stegmaier. ROW FIVE: J. Coolidge, S. Stolp, J. Kidd, C. Lamb, J. Feehan, R. Brunner, G. Johnson, S. Frankfurth, J. Plooster, P. Sherman, D. Odman, R. Dahling, S. Krueger.

WRA Board members are, Row One: Miss Moravec, K. Voth, M. Mackey, M. lssendorf. Row Two: R. Robinson, J. Santelmon, P. Sherman, J. Plooster, H. Mark.

WRA

basketball activity.

WRA members enjoy a country dance.

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FACULTY

FACULTY EDITORS MARIAN KREISEL SANDY RUEGG

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COLLEGE PRESIDENT NELS MINNE

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College President

M. R. RAYMOND College Deon, Vice President

M. l. MARINER Deon of Men

MARGUERITA RITMAN

ADMINISTRATION GUIDES

Deon of Women

OUR COLLEGE

JEAN TALBOT Upper Division Coordinator

G. E. FISHBAUGHER Placement Director

LOIS SIMONS

f. L. VAN ALSTINE

Registrar

Graduate Coordinator


FIFTEEN WELCOMED TO FACULTY IN '61

MUSIC AND ART FLORETTA MURRAY Art

JAMES WILSON Art

ENGLISH AND AGNES BARD Music

MARION DAVIS Spanish, French

HAROLD GUTHRIE English

DOROTHY MAGNUS Speech, Theater

GERRY LAFFIN English

FRED HEYER Music

JACQUE REIDELBERGER Speech, Dramatics

AUGUSTA NELSON English

RICHMOND MCCLUER Music

SPEECH

RALPH BEHLING

MARGARET BODDY

English

MRS. D. STENERSON English

English

DOUGLAS STENERSON English

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COLLEGE FACULTY INCLUDES THREE

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FOREIGN TEACHERS INDUSTRIAL ARTS J. HUGH CAPRON Industrial Arts

GLEN FUGLSBY Industrial Arts

WILLIAM EMMONS

MARCELIME GRATIAA Mathematics

Mathematics

DAVID HAMERSKI JOSEPH EMANUEL Science

FREDERICK FOSS Science

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CALVIN FREMLING Science

LUTttER GULICK Geography

R. L. LOKEMSGARD Mathematics

Science

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE

RICHARD HOPKINS Geography

JAMES OPSAHL ScienC»

RAY T. WENDLAND Science


MILDRED BARTSCH Exh•nsion Supervisor

GEORGE CHRISTENSEN

MRS. J. FULLER H. S. Superviso r

Psychology

JOHN J. FULLER

E. L. RAGAR

EDUCATION AND

P. M. JUUL Education

Education

Psychology

HAROLD ROGGE Psychology

PSYCHOLOGY

JAMES SPEAR Visual Aids

ISABEL FOSTER

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Eduootion

M. O. WEDUL Eduootion

LIBRARY STAFF

Libraria n

EDWARD JACOBSON

ALLAH STURGES

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RUTH PAYNE Librarian

I MRS. WILHELMINA STEEGE Library Assistant

ALICE THURSTON Cataloger

MRS. BERNICE WELLS Library Assistant

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ENROLLMENT MORE THAN TRIPLES IN LAST DECADE PHYSICAL EDUCATION ROBERT CAMPBELL Physical Education

SUSAN DAY Physical Education

ROBERT JOMES

DANIEL B. HOYT History • Social Studies

MARJORIE MORAVEC Physical Educanon

SOCIAL STUDIES

History

History

Athletic Director

Physical Education

HAROLD COOPER

.A.SAD HUS.A.IN

LUTHER MC COWM

Physical Education

MADEO MOLINARI

Social ~tudies

Physical Education

ROBERT KEISTER

Physical Education

CARL BERS.A.Ml

MAMIKO IKEDA

EARL T. MILLEN Politico! Science

ALFRED ROE

LESLIE SM.A.LL

History

Economics


A THIRD OF WSC STAFF HAVE EARNED l GERTRUDE FINCH Business Education

DOCTORATES

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JOSEPH FOEGEN Business Education

MRS. LUCILLE LACKORE Business Education

BUSINESS EDUCATION

WARREN MARLEY Business Education

SHARON BYRD

DILIGENT SECRETARIES

MRS. META HARRIS Secretary

MRS. JEAN SAFRANEK Accounting Asaistant

MARY ANN MAAS Secretary

MRS. BETTY SCHWANKE Secretory

Secretary

HILDA MUHLE Secretory

MRS. AlLYS SEVERSON Secretory

ANGELYN DE GROOT Office Manager

MRS. JAMES SABIN Secretary

MRS. ELIZABETH DONATH s.cr.tary

BERNICE SAFRANEK Accountant

MRS. AMELIA TRllEU Secretory

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EVER ADDING NEW CURRICULUM AREAS FACULTY NOT PICTURED F. R. ADAMS, Education MRS. RUTH HOPF. Business Education ADOLF BREMER, Journalism

FRED J. BALDWIN Slater Food Manager

MRS. ELNOR BELL Switchboard

MRS. FAE GRIFFITH Dormitory Director

HARRY JACKSON, lndustriol Arts JAMES VOORHEES, Physical Education OPAL FOSTER, Third Grade Supervisor

SERVING THE STUDENT

\

(

MRS. RUBY CLARK Nurse

MARGARET MILLER Nurse

HOWARD MUNSON

PHELPS STAFF

Phelps School

DOROTHY ANDREWS Musie

Principal

1;i ';:..'

-'-· '

KATHRYN DUNLAY Seeond Grade

CLEO REITER Kindergarten

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DONALD FICK Jr. H. S. Seienee

ROBERT SABIN Sixth Grade

JOHN KANE Jr. H. S. Social Studies

VERLIE SATHER Fourth Grade

MRS. HELEN MC GRATH Fifth Grade

MRS. MARIE STRATIG Homemaking

DORIS PENNELL First Grade

MAGDA TALLE Jr. H. $. English


SENIOR DIRECTORY ADAMS, Homecoming Committee 4; Newman Club l, 2; Chorus 1; Koppa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Worriorettes 1, 2, 3, 4.; Who's

VIRGINIA

Who 4; S.N.E.A.

OSCAR FORCE,

S.N.E.A.; Winonan 3; English Club 2; Young Re-

publicans 1; Young Democrats 2.

RICHARD FOSBURGH , Kappa Pi 3, 4. Homecoming Committee 4; Social Committee 4; Dormitory Council 4; Dormitory Counselor 4 ; S.N .E.A. 3 , 4;

RUTH ANNE FRASER,

Winonon 3, 4 ; LS.A. 3, 4; Rangers 3 , 4; Y.W.C.A . 4 ; Pi Delta

DAWN ANDERSON,

Koppo Delto Pi 4.

ROSE MARIE ATKIN,

S.N.E.A. 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.A.

Epsilon 3, 4 ; English Club 3; Koppa Pi 4 ; Young Republicans 3, 4;

W.R.A. 3, 4.

1. KAREN AUNE,

Class Treasurer 2; Student Commission, Social Com·

missioner 3; Orientation Team 3; Winonan 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4;

DUANE GEBHARD , Wesley

Foundation

3; Chorus

2, 3 ; Orchestra

1, 2, 3; Circle-K 1, 2, 3; Radio Club 1, 2, 3 . Newmon Club 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4.

l.S.A. 1, 2; Chorus l; Wenonah Players l , 2; W.S.5.A. 1, 2 ; Radio

PAUL M. GI FFORO ,

Guild 1, 2; Who's Who 4.

DAVIS GILBERTSON, S.N.E.A. 4; Winonan 4; l.S.A. 3, 4; Young

PEARL BAILEY,

Marilyn Balzum, S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3; Gamma Delta

1, 2, 3, 4; Band

PHOEBE BEGGS, S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 3, 4 ; Darm Counselor 3, 4; Winonan 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; LS.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Academy of Science 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 4; English Club 3; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4. KAREN BENING, S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 ; Gamma

Delta

1, 2; Orchestra 2.

MARLENE RALPH

BERGSTROM,

4.

Homecoming

Committee

3;

LS.A. 2, 3, 4; Co-eds 3, 4; Worriorettes 3, 4; Young Republicans

3. Gamma Delta 1, 3, 4; Academy of Science

1, 3, 4; Young Republicans 1.

CLARK BORCHARD,

DIANE GRAVENISH ,

S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; l.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chorus

1, 2, 3, 4; English ALLEN B. GRAY,

Club.

Academy of Science 3 ; Vets Club 1; Westminster

1, 2.

S.N.E.A. 3, 4; " W"

Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau

Gamma 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 3; Baseball l, 2, 3, 4; Intramural

Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Dormitory Coun-

cil 3, 4; Dormitory Counselor 4; S.N.E.A. 2 , 3, 4; Who 's Who 4;

BRUCE BLUMENTRITT,

S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Young

Republicans 3, 4 .

GARY GROB,

Band 3, 4; Mason Music Club 3; Chorus 3, 4; BLADHOLM ,

CAROLYN GORDON ,

Foundation

S.N.E.A.

BISEK, S.N.E.A. 4: Newman Club 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Swing

BONNIE

Republican s 3 , 4; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 3, 4 ; Intramural Sports

3, 4.

1; W.R.A. 1; Religious Commission 4.

KAREN

GUENTHER ,

Homecoming

J. CATHLEEN HALEY,

1, 2;

S.N.E.A.

1, 2.

leader 1.

CECELIA HANKINS,

Kappa Delta Pi 4.

PAUL HELGERSON ,

L.S.A. 3, 4; Young Republicans 3, 4; Football 3 .

Committee

S.N.E.A. 4; Newman Club 1, 3, 4; Cheer-

Dormitory Council 2; S.N.E.A. 3 , 4; Winonan

4; Gamma Delta l , 2, 4; Wenonah 3 , 4; "W " Cuub 4; Baseball

1, 2, 3, 4. ANN BOYUM, Kappa

S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 4; Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Pi 4

GERALD BOYUM,

S.N.E.A. 3, 4; L.S.A. 3, 4; Academy of Science

" W" Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4.

AUDREY HIGHUM ,

l.S.A. 2, 3 .

DONALD HINT,

3, 4; Young Republicans 1, 3, 4

FRED BUSE,

ROY HENDERSON ,

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 2, 3, 4 ; Vets

Club 3, 4.

PHYLtlS

Business Club 4.

HOLLIDAY,

Homecoming

Committee 4;

Dormitory Council

4; S.N .E.A. 2, 3, 4; L.S.A. 3, 4; Young Republicans 2, 3, 4.

BECKY BRUNGARDT, S.N.E.A . 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4; Warriorettes 2. ROXANNE BRUNNER, S.N.E.A. 4; Academy of Science 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.P.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; K-Dettes 4.

HELEN HOLTEGAARD, S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3 , 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; W.R.A. 4 LYLE

HOPPE,

Academy of Science 4; Intramural Sports

JO ANN HORTON, CHARLES CARSTENSEN,

Closs Pre sident 3; Student Commission 3;

S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Counselor 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4 ; Chorus

4; Who's Who 4 .

1.

Class Officer 3; Social Committee 4; Orienta-

tion Team 4; S.N.E.A . 1, 3 , 4 ; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 ; Wesley Foundal; Academy of Science 3, 4 ; Co-eds 3, 4; Warriorettes 3;

tion

Who's Who 4.

BARBARA ANNE CHAPEK, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3.

S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation

CHILDS, Religious Commission 2, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 3, 4; Academy of Science 1; Dolphin Club 1, 2, 4; Y.W.C.A. l, 2; W .R.A. 1, 2, 4; W.P.E. 1, 2, 3, 4 .

RAMONA

JOHN CHRISTENSON,

" W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vets Club 3; Football

ROBERT HOUCK. GARY HUBLEY, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4. LYMAN JACKSON,

JOHN

1, 2, 3; Bas eba ll 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 3.

S.N.E.A. 4; Business Club 4; Young

Republi-

cans 3 , 4. Westminster Foundation l, 2, 3. JACOBS,

Dormitory Council

2;

Dormitory Counselor

4;

''W " Club 3, 4 ; Circle-K 3; Football 1, 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Intra-

LAURENCE CLINGMAN, S.N.E.A. 4; " W" Club 3, 4; Dolphin Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 3; Swimming 2, 3, 4.

mural

Sports 1, 2; DiNoMo Club 2.

MARLENE JEFFERIS, CARON CLINKSCALES,

Newman Club 2; Business Club 3, 4.

JEANNE COOLIDGE, S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Wenonah 3, 4; Academy of Science 1, 2, 3 , 4; Y.W.C.A. 2 , 3, 4 ; W.R.A. 2, 3, 4; Worriorettes

3; L.S.A. 3, 4 . JOHN DAVIS,

Players 2, 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 2, 3, 4; Radio Guild 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 3; Who 's Who 4.

S.N.E.A. 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Wenonah Players 3; Business Club 3, 4.

CONNIE ECKHOFF, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; LS.A. 1; Swing Band 4; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Radio Guild 3, 4; English Club 3; Who 's Who 4; Parents Day Chairman 4. RONALD EKKER, "W" Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4 .

WAYNE

FATCHETT,

2; Home-

coming Committee 2; "W " Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Base-

Kappa

LAUREL KERRIGAN,

S.N .E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Mason Music Club 3, 4 ;

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 1; W .R.A. l , 2, 3, 4; Co-

eds 3, 4.

CAROLYN DIEKMANN,

CHARLES ELLIOIT,

LANCE JOHNSON, Class Officer 2: Student Commission

ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Who 's Who 4 .

Winonan 3 ; Chorus 3 ; Rangers 2, 3, 4; Wenonah

JOAN ELLINGSON, LS.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.

Dormitory Counselor 4 ; S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Kappa

Delta Pi 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 ; W.R.A . 1.

Delta

Pi

4;

S.N.E.A.

1,

2,

3, 4;

FREDERICK KLEIN, Dormitory Council 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Circle-K 2, 3, 4; Basketball l, 2; Intramural Sp . . . rts l, 2, 3, 4; " W" Club 2, 3, 4 . DENNIS

KESTI,

Dormitory

Council

2,

3, 4 ; Dormitory

Counselor

3 , 4; S.N .E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Rangers 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Wenonah Players 1, 2; Class Officer 3; Student Commission, Treasurer 4; Who 's Who 4; Academy of Science 3, 4.

TERRENCE KOHNER, S.N.E.A. 4; Winonan

1, 2, 3, 4;

Editor 4;

Wenonah 1; Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4; Press Club 2 .

Newmon Club 4; Rangers 3, 4; Rifle Club 3, 4. Student Commission,

Athletic Commissioner 4;

S.N.E.A. 4 ; " W" Club 2, 3, 4; Dolphin Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4. JAN FLANAGAN, Dormitory Council 4; S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Co-eds 3, 4.

CHARLES KIRCHNER,

Rifle Club 3.

FAYE KRAGNESS, Homecoming Committee 4; S.N.E.A. LS.A. 1, 2, 4; Kappa Pi 1, 2, 4; W .R.A. 1, 4.

1,

2,

4;

DONOVAN KLAUSEN, S.N.E.A. 4; Academy of Science 4; Intramural Sports 3.

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BARBARA KRAMER,

S.N.E.A.; Newman Club 3, 4; Wenonah Players

DARL DEAN LAFFRENZEN,

Koppa Delta PL

Closs Officer A; Orientation Team 3; S.N.E.A. '.it,

JANET LAMMO,

3, 4'; Wenonah 3; LS.A. 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2 , 3, .C; Worriorettes 1,

2, 3, 4; Who' s Who 4; Co-eds 4.

Winonon 3, 4; Editor 4 ; Academy of Science 1;

Pi Delta Epsilon 3, 4'; Business Club 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2.

HARRIET MARK, Dormitory Coundl l; S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; LS.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Academy of Sdence 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.P.E. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MATEJKA,

Busineu Club 3, 4; Yeh Club 3; Intramural

Sports 2, 3.

KENNETH MCELMURY. JUDITH MCLELLAN,

JAMES SABIN, Koppa Delta Pi 4. 3, 4;

Dormitory Counselor 4.

SANDY SCHLEICH, Commission 2, 3.

S.N.E.A. 2, 4; Newmon Club 2, 3, 4; Rel igious

ROGER SCHOEN,

S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Gamma Delta 4. LS.A. 1, 2;

Academy of Science 3, 4.

ANITA SCHOONOVER, cons 4; K-Dettes 4.

Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4. Young Republ;.

MARILYN SCHROEDER,

Class Office r 1, Student Commission, Secre-

2, 3, .C; Academy of Science 3. Business Club 1, 2; Co-eds 3, 4; Worriorettes l, 2, 3, 4; W.S.C. fair Lody 4.

Wesley Foundation 2, 3; Bus;neu Club 2, 3, 4;

Young Democrats 2, 3; Vets Club 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2.

LESTER MlWA,

LU ETTA ROWAN, S.N. E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newmon Club 1, 2, 3; Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

tary 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Dormitory Counselor 4 ; S.N.E.A.

Dormitory Council 3, 4; Dormitory Counselor 3;

S.N E.A. 3, 4; LS.A. 3, 4; Chorus 3; W.R.A. 3, 4; W.P.E. 3, 4. GORDON MEYER,

"W"Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Dolphin Club 1,

JUDITH SANTELMAN, S.N.E.A. 2, W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.

MARILYN KOTHE. RONALD G. MANGNUSON, Busineu Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MAHLKE,

DEAN ROSENOW,

2, 3, 4.

3, 4 ; Bus iness Club 3, 4 ; Worriorettes 3; K-Dettes A.

WILLIAM SKEELS,

Yeh

S.N.E.A. 4; Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; Sw;ng Bond 1, 2, 3, 4;

Mason Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, .4; Business Club 1, 2.

Club 3.

Stud ent Commission, Vice.President A; Home·

EARL W. SOLBERG,

coming Committee .C; S.N .E.A . .C; Who's Who 4 ; Academy of Science

A; Sigma Tau Gamma 3, .C; Young Republicans 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3, .C; Representative to M.S.C.A.S.G. A,

JEAN MOECHNIG, S.N.EA. 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundot;on 1, 4; Busineu Club 3, 4; Young Democrats 2; W.R.A . 2, 3, 4; W.P E. 2, 3, 4.

PATRICIA SOLUM,

S.N.E.A. 2, 4; Koppa Delta Pi 4; LS.A. 2, 3, 4;

Chorus 3, .C; Warriorettes 3. JOANI MOOJESKI,

Winonan 1; Wenonoh 2, 3, 4 ; Newman Club

MAXINE SPAAG,

l, 2, 4; Koppa Pi 1, 2, .C; Young Republicons 1.

JOYCE MORCOMB,

S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4;

ROCHELLE

Koppa Delta Pi 3, 4.

SPARKS,

Homecoming

Committee 3; Orientation

Teom

3; Winonon 2. 3, .C; Band 1, 2; Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi

Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

Delta Epsilon 4; English Club 1. 2, 3; K·Dettes 4. JAMES

MULFINGER ,

Student

Commission,

Publicity

Commissione·

4; Homecoming Committee '; Orientation Teom ' ; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Publicity Committee 3, .C; Wenonah 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Editor 3, .C; Koppo Delta Pi 3, .C ; Gammo Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Religious Commiuion 3; Press Club 2; Collegiate Club 4.

JO ANN NARDINGER, Kappa Delta Pi. 4. JAMES NISSEN ,

S.N.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Newmon Club 1, 2, 3, 4;

Intro mural Sports 1.

Sports 3, 4.

2, Social Commiuioner ': Social Committee 3, .C; Publicity Com· talion Teom 3; S .. N E.A. '; Koppa Delta Pi 3, 4; Koppa Pi 1, 2,

3, 4; Co-eds 3, 4; LS.A. 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Who's Who 4. ROGER OJAKANGAS,

Dormitory Council 3; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; L.S.A.

3, 4; Rangers 3, .C; lntromurol Sports 3, ' OLOORF,

Dormitory

Council

4;

Dormitory

4;

S.N E.A. 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; W.R.A. 3, 4; W.P E. 3, 4.

MILDRED OYAMA,

S.N.EA. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2.

KAYE PARKER, S.N E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; Dormitory Council 3; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.P.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerlead er 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Committee 4 ; Homecoming Queen A; Inter-dorm Council 3; DiNoMo Club l ; Who's Who 4 .

RICHARD PARRY,

S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Koppa Delta Pi 4.

JEAN PASSE, S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newmon Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL PAULSEN, S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 4; Koppa Delio Pi 3, 4; L.S.A. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, .C; Academy of Science 3, 4 .

WAYNE PEDERSON,

L.S.A. 2; Band 1; Academy of Science 1; In·

tromura1 Sports 2 , 3, 4. Student Commission, ReHgious Commissioner A;

ANITA PETERSON,

Religious Commission 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Winonan 3, 4 ;

LS.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Academy of Science 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Republicons 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4 .

MICHAEL PORTER, Newmon Club 1,2; Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; Swing Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; 8osketboll 1; Track 1. Assembly Committee 3, A; Publicity Committee 2;

Homecoming CommittH 3; Orientation Team 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 4; Wenonah 2, 3; Koppa Delta Pi 3, A; Koppa Pi 2, 3, 4.

DAVID RISLOVE,

Homecoming Committee 4; S.N.E.A. 4; LS.A. 4. Academy of Science" 1, 2; "W" Club 1, 2, 3, 4;

Sigma Tau Gamma 1, 2, 3 1 A; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Tracie 1, 2, 3; Intramural Sports 1 2, 3 , 4; Athletic Committee 3; Who's Who A;

Collegiate Club 4.

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Gamma Delta 3, 4. Orientation Team 4; S.N.E.A . .C;

LS.A. 3; Chorus

.C; Wenonah Players 3, 4; Young Republicans 3.

Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation

Team 4; Newmon Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chorus 3, 4; Academy of

ate Club 4. JOHN TOMASHEK. ROBERT TRYGGESTAD,

Clou OWcer 4; S.N.E.A. 4; LS.A. 2, 3, 4;

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; Sigma Tau Gamma 2 , 3, A; Circie-K 3; Young Republicans 2, 3, .C; Boslcetball 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3, A.

ANTHONY TSCHIDA, Counselor

RONALD OLSEN, S N E.A. 3, 4; LS.A. 3, 4; Academy of Science 3, 4; football 3.

SHIRLEY RIECK,

JOHN STOW, JUOY THODE,

Science 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Young Republicans 2; Who's Who 4; Colleg i· Student Commission, Publicity Commissioner

mittee 2; Assembly Committee 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Orien·

MARGERY RAND,

Wenonah Players 1, 2, 3; W.S.S.A. 1, 2, 3;

OE WAYNE TOBIAS,

Newmon Club 1, 2; Yeh Club 1,2; Intramural

LEAH-MARIE OHNSTAD,

JANI CE

4; Basketball 1, 3; Trock 1; In tramural Sports 3; Who's Who A.

GORDON STINSON,

English Club 2, 3. Young Republicans 1, 2, 3; Vets Club 3 .

Circle-K 2; Busineu Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yeh Club 3;

JOHN NORTON,

GALE SPRUTE, Do,m;tory Council 3 ; ''W" Club 4; football 1, 2, 3,

Academy of Science 3, 4; Yeh Club 3.

JOHN URNESS, LS.A. 3, 4; Bond 3, 4, Swing Bond 3, 4; Academy of Science 4. JULIE VIGNESS,

Orientation Team 2; Dormitory Council 3; S.N.E.A.

1, 2, 3; Who's Who A; Worriorettes 1, 2.

LORRAINE WACHS,

S.N.E.A. 3, 4.

MARGARET WALSH,

S.N.E.A. 3; Newmon Club 1, 3; Chorus 2.

GERALD WARNKEN, S.N.E.A. 4; Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Academy of Science 4; Young Republica ns 4. RICHARD WELLS, 3, 4.

S.N.E.A. 4; LS.A. 1; Industrial Arh Club 1, 2,

JAMES WESTERMAN,

S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Newmon Club 4; Academy of

Science 3, 4; Radio Club 3, 4,

ELIZABETH WICZEK, DONALD WILKIE, Club 3, 4.

S.N.E.A. 3; N ewman Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2.

S.N.E.A. 3; Wenonah 3, 4; W.S.S.A. 3, 4; Business

CHARLES WISE, Newmon Club 3, ' ; Business Club 3, 4; Intramural

Sports 3, 4. EMELIA WOHLERS,

S.N.E.A. 4; LS.A. 4; Aco<lemy of Science 4;

Young Repu blicans 4.

MARY WOLFRAM, S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3 ; Young Republicans 2, 3, 4; K-Dettes 4. GERALD YAEDKE,

Academy of Science 1; Dolphin Club 1, 2, 3, 4;

Industrial Arts Club 1; Swimming Team 1.

JO ANNE YAMAMOTE, Dettes 4.

S.N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; K-

RONALD ZENKE, S.N.E.A. 4; Koppa Delta Pi 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4.


INDEX Aadahl, Joanne 45, 71, 95, 98 Aadahl, Leland 49 Aose, lewis .(2, 6', 70, 71 Aosum, David •9 Adams, lee 49, 70 Adams, Virginia 11, 28, 58, 66, 72, 97 Addington, Judith 49 Agutu, Jonathon 49, 73 Alb•rs, Kathleen 75 Alfonso, Jome• 42, 56, 76, 81 , 82 Allen, Jomes 45 Allen, John 45 Allen, Lowell 73 Allen, Wmiom J . 45 Allen, William R. 45 Allison, Ann 42, 60, 64 , 66 Ames, Mory Ann 42, 61, 67 Andersen, Brenda 45, 59, 66 , 73 Andersen,

Charles

..C9

Anderson, Coro1yn 49, 6•, 70 Anderson, Che ryl 68, 69 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson,

Down 28. Jennie 49 49 Koren 49, 61 , 75

Anderson,

Judith Mory

Lou

45

Anderson Poul

28 Anderson, Richard 64, 75, 81 , 82, 93 Anders.on, Ronald 49 Andrews, Morolyn 45

Andru•, Steve 49. 68, 69, 75 Appel, Ronald 45 Ardieto , Leonard 8, .(9 Arko, Lawrence 42

Arneson , Mory AS, 65 , 71 Atkin, Rose Morie 28, 57, 65

Ault, Keith 49 Aune, Koren 28, 58, 70 Aune, 1Cirk

.45

Austin , Everett

65

Austin , Wilma A9 Bobulol, Edric 49 Bachhuber. Mox 45 Boglino, Michael 49, 75 Bailey, Deon 49. 88 Bailey, Stevon 45, 60, 71 Boker, Sondra

49

Bokkedohl. Janice 45, 60, 73 Bakken, Carrol 28 lollonger, Albert 70 lol<um, Marilyn 28, 57 Bambenek, M. Judith 42, 67 Bari.er, Kenneth 49, 79 , 88 Barth, Merl in 42, 90, 94 Bate•, David 28, 49 loudhuin, Ervin 64, 67, 7 5 92, 93, 94 Bearson, Sharon 49, 64, 75, 95, 98 Beatty, Ro be rt 49 Beck, Fred 49 Beck, Sharon 49 Bogg•, Phoebe 28, 58, 64, 73 Behnken, Kenneth 42 Behren•, Earl 49, 60, 64 Belongie, Ronald 49 Belter, Kathryn 49, 64, 66, 67 Benike, Barbare 45, 59, 71 , 95, 96, 98 Bening, Benish, Benson, Benson,

Koren 29, 58 , 71 Lawrence A.5 Claudl A9 Sharon A9, 60, 68

Berg, Kathleen 97, 98

25, 42, 57, 66, 67, 95,

Bergsgaard, Joanne A.5 '!ergstrom, Marlene 29, 71 Bernard, Lois A2, 6", 73

Bemotz, Anne 49, 66 Berry, Lynn 49, 88 Beu, Dovid .42 Beuchler, LoMarr

59

Bickel. Paul 49 Bickford, Lora• 59, 66, 73 Btedermon, Anno

49

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53 53 Plooster, Joy 4B, 95, 98, Pontinen, Lorry 44, 80, 82, 93 Porter, Mike 37, 69 Pon, Dann 53 Post, Judy 53 Pottrotz, Patricio 48, 59, 61, 65, 71, 96 Powell, Patricio 53, 64, 68, 70 Pressnell, Bennie 53 Price, Alicia 48, 61, 64 Price, Gory 53

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Rohr. Mory 4B, 62, 66, 95, 9B Rappe, Yvonne 25, 44, 57, 64, 6B, 69, 70, 71 Rose, Ann 44, 48 Rose, Robert 68, 71, 75 Rosnow, Deon 37, 94 Roth, Judy 53 Roth, Susan 25, 44, 64, 66, 71, 97 Roth, William 72 Rotty, Elaine 53, 66, 75, 95, 98 Rouse, Marvin 81, 83, 85 Rowan, LuEtta 37, 75

Sonnen, Sharon 48, 6.C, 68, 71 Sontelmon, Charles 53 Sontelmon, Judith 38r 71, 98 Sather, Richard 53 Sotrum, Owen 48, 83 Savage, William 53

Petronek, John 53, 90 Pfister, Joel 53, 66, 73 Pkkett, Gerold 53 Pilger, Gerold 4B Pinke, Audrey

Skorlinski, James 54 Smith, Joan 54 Snyder, George 48

Roberh, Corot 53, 68, 73 Robertson, James 4-4 Robinson, Regino 48, 60, 65, 95 Roesler, David 44, 71, 73 Rogers, Jerome 48

53

Ott, sh;rley 47, 61, 95, 98 Oyomo, MHdred 36 Pagel, Clore 37 Pohl, Gory 44, 83, 85, 94

69 W. Third Street W INONA

Phone 2643

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"FOR EVERY BLOOMIN' THING"

JOHN SHERMAN & SONS

WEST END GREENHOUSES 802 W . King St.

Wholesale Plumbing & Heating Supplies Establ ished in 1905 123 WEST TH IRD STREET Winona, Minn.

Phone 8- 1511

WILLIAMS HOTEL ANNEX

GET PIZZACATED

by

TETON ROOM

Sam the Pizza Man

and CAPTAl N'S QUARTERS

Compl iments of

DORN'S I. G. A. STORE Groceries

Meats

Vegetables

We Give Gold Chips

THE PAINT DEPOT Art Supplies

"WE DELIVER" 500 HUFF ST.

WINONA, MINN .

Complete Paint and Wallpaper Stocks W inona

HURRY-BACK BARBER SHOP

Phone 4163

Minnesota

WI NONA ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. " EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL"

Winona's Finest Barbers For Appointments PHONE 3104 103 W . 3rd St.

119 West 3rd St.

Telephone 5802

COMPLIMENTS OF

BAY STATE MILLING CO. Manufacturers of

Enriched Wingold Flour 112


Again Best W ishes and Congratulations

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Eat a t the

CALLAHAN LIQUOR STORE

STEAK SHOP l 19 Mai n Street

Phone 4970

ED BUCK'S CAMERA SHOP Winona's Complete Photographic Store

THE STAR SHOE R.EPAIR SHOP

Contemporary Greeting Cards

Cleaning, Dying and

One Day Photofinishing

EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING

l 14 Center St.

On Main St. . . . Next to Post Office

Whether It's a Bite, or a Banquet . . . Customers ore becoming MORE AND MORE ENTHUSIASTIC every day about the quality and quonti ty of fine foods we serve here at Shorty's. In fact, just o few short months ogo we hod to expond into o new speciol dining room to handle the crowds . . . and they're still growing! Appro priote with our location, we named our new dining room the

HIAWATHA ROOM where you'll find new dining pleasures amidst soft, comfortable, relaxing Sandalwood walls ond N ewwood paneling surrounded by a host of your Winona friends. Wedel ight in offering everything from snacks to steaks ... luncheons, complete dinners, ond corryout orders . . . AT LOW, LOW PRICES THAT WILL AMAZE YOU!

s

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s

BAR CAFE Plenty of Free Parking . . . Always

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THE WARNER & SWASEY CO. BADGER DIVISION HOPTO DIGGERS

1124 W. Fifth Street

Phone 8-1563

Winona, Minn.

Compliments of

STATE THEATRE GOOD LUCK, WARRIORS COMPLIMENTS

of SIEBRECHT FLORAL CO.

GRAHAM AND MC GUIRE COMPLETE SPORT ING GOODS Winona

PLETKE'S

SPRINGDALE DAI RY CO. DAIRY PRODUCTS

of Superior Flavor

''Home-Owned'' PHONE 3626 529 Huff Street Winona, Minn.

When You Want REAL ENTERTAINMENT Go To

113E. THIRD

FINE FOODS Spice Island Spices Usinger's Sausage Richelieu Canned Foods

Jones Pork Sausages Birdseye Frozen Foods Bauer's Chocolates

COMPLIMENTS OF THE

HARDT'S MUSIC STORE Records, Sheet Music, Radio Phonographs and Electrical Merchandise 114

WILLIAMS BOOK & STATIONERY STORE


I

DAIRY BAR Compliments of

For a Quick Snock, Try Our HOME MADE PIE, CAKE, ICE CREAM or SANDWICHES and FRENCH FRIES

HAL LEONARD MUSIC, INC. 64 East Second Street

114 East Third St.

Phone 2646

FRANK O'LAUGHLIN

QUALITY CHEVROLET CO.

PLUMBING & HEATING

A FRIENDLY PLACE TO SAVE

207 E. Third St.

Telephone 3703

Winona, Minnesota

RACKOW'S BARBER SHOP T. C. Students' Headquarters for Haircutting 157 Main -

Near the Post Office

Johnson at Second

Winona, Minn.

Winona 2396

Main Highways and Main

Streets

but only one

MAIN TAVERN JOHNNY AND ALICE MEYERS

CASH ON

HANDI WINONA NATIONAL AND SAVINGS BANK WINONA, MINNESOTA Your Deposit Insured by Federal Oepas1t lnsuranee Corporalion

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Compliments of

THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK of WINONA

"WINONA'S LARGEST BANK" Your Local, Independent "Full Service" Bank Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. COMPLIMENTS OF

COMPLIMENTS OF

MARIGOLD "QUALITY CHECKED" DAIRY

NELSON TIRE SERVICE 4th at Johnson

Winona

PHONE 2891 Compliments of

AKSEL ANDERSEN

BILL'S BARBER SHOP 368 Johnson St.

Furniture and Interior Decorating Carpeting 103-105-107 Center Street

Phone 7104

Winona

PHILIP BAUMANN AGENCY, INC.

Minnesota

Local Bus Transportation and Charter Service

WI NONA TRANSIT CO.

Complete Insurance Service 60 l Main St.

YOUR CITY BUS LINE

Phone 2849 2840

IN

1646 STORES -

IN 48 ST'ATES

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Is Teaching the Buying Public the True Meaning of

STYLE -

VALUE -

THRIFT

Supplement Your Education By Buying At Penney's 116


Look . . . at your steps -

Everyone else does! HOMEWARD STEP CO.

COMPLETE PHOTOORAPHY SERVICE

DURFEY STUDIOS Corner of Washington and Wabasha. Two doors north of Maxwell Library PHONE 5952

Winona, Minnesota

The

RITE-WAY FLORENCE BAAB UPHOLSTERING . . . AWNINGS

RUG ond CARPET CLEANING . . .

MATTRESS, SLIP COVER MAKING AND DRAPERIES SEW BIND AND LAY RUGS CARPETS AND RUGS FOR SALE

Compliments of

HOT FISH SHOP South Mankato Ave.

Compliments of

BOLAND MANUFACTURING CO. Winona, Minn.

Compliments of

STAGER JEWELRY Corner 3rd ond Center Streets

Winona

HOTEL WINONA

Welcomes You

for Banquets--Try our .

Flamingo Room or

Sky Room for informal entertainment see our . .. New Mississippi Room

Coffee Shop 117


Make Friends of Your Enemies Treat them to a Buffet Dinner at

Compliments of

THE OAKS THE SUNBEAM BAKERY All you can eat for $1 .50 - Mon . thru Fri. Open Every Day at Noon

101 East Thi rd S.treet

Your Host -

ARENZ

Carl Gegenfurtner

100

YEARS

IN

WINONA

WI NONA'S LARGEST SHOE STORE 75 West Third Street

The Tops in Dry Cleaning

M. LIBERA SONS CO. General Merchandise

Groceries Fresh Meats

Shoes

682-686 West 5th St.

Winona, Minn .

WI NONA TYPEWRITER SERVICE JACK NEITZKE - Owner 161 E. 3rd St.

3 Hour Cleaning (on Request)

In By 10 AM .

Out By 5 P.M

FORD HOPKINS

Winona, Minn. Phone 8-3300

Underwood Typewriters Und - Olivette Printing Calculators Und - Olivette Adding Machines Roytype Supplies Cole Steel Office Furniture Complete Line of Portable Tyewriters Used Business Machines SALES AND SERVICE

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HADDAD'S

SERVICE STORE REXALL DRUGS 56 East 3rd St. Winona, Minn .

Compliments

R. D. CONE CO.

of

LACKORE ELECTRIC

ACE STORE HARDWARE

120 West Second St.

Friendly Service Since 1855

Winona, Minn.

Winona, Minn.


C 'II olways be omong Your days spe~t at W!em:~ies. Through ~he our most cherished ENONAH, we have tried y ages of this l96l-62 W ¡11 want ta remember. P nts you wi b posto capture mome Id not hove een This book, however' :;usome wonderful people sible without .the h~I~ time and encouragemen,~ L e given tne1r . I " thank you who nav A very specie II . throughout the ye~r. helpful guidance, ~nterc~. et to Or. Stenerson or T rp•tro ior their p~ ien giote P~ess a~d fi~r:...orekmonship, and to Winona ooperot1on an f ily News for pktures. h ave so willingly o a To the entire staff, w o ters for printing on . . to the photograp d the monY their 11me, f ictures, an to 'd' endless number o p had a hand in 9u1f i~g thers who in ony way 1 om very grate u . othe WENONAH'S progress, Sincerely,

"o

JIM MUlflNGER

STAFF E01TOR: Jim Mulfinger. STAFF: Koren Anderson, Lorinda Brummund, Jeanne Collidge, Sondra Corey, Harold Ferkingstad, Paul Helgerson, Richard Ingham, Carole Jacobsen, Horio Jones, Owalo Krie, Marion Kreisel, Sharon Krueger, Karen Lentz, Joani Modjeski, Koy Meunier, Shirley Ott, Patty Pottrotz, Annette Price, Virginia Radsek, Regina Robinson, Sclnpy Ruegg, Oennie Schroder, Karen Sweetnam. BUSINESS MANAGER: Oon Wilkie. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Bob Briesoth, John Perry, Ouane fruechte. AOVISER: 0. C. Stenerson.

Jim Mulfinger Editor

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