Abbotsford High School - Abhiscan Yearbook (Abbotsford, WI)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 84
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1947 volume:
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He,the Seniors of the Class of nineteen hundred
and forty seven, dedicate this annual, the Abhiscan
to our principal Frank E. Wernzenski. we are grate-
ful for his kind advice and skillful leadership
which has guided us through these importani years
of our lives.
Ir. Wernzenski was born at Granton, WisconSin
and attended the Granton Public School. Upon grad-
uation from High School he entered Central State
Teachers College at Stevens Point. While at college
he became an outstanding athlete, and captained the
college basketball team. He graduated in 1929. And
became principal of the Berlin City Graded School
in the school year of 1929-30. He taught at West-
field, Wisconsin from 1930 to 1936, and came to
Abbotsford as science teacher and athletic director
in the fall or 1937. He became principal' hhre in
January, l9hh. Hr. warnzenaki has also attended a
summer session at Northwestern University at
W 4 143th fix 'EA
White water State
. Commercial Teacher
Eau Claire State
Bessie Thompson Charlotte Vogler
' -V Eau Claire State
Stevens Point , , -
Thir d Grade - L Sophomore Advis or .
4 , English
Eau Claire State
University of Minnesota
We just shake hands at meeting
With many that come nigh;
We nod the head in greeting
To many that go by.
But welcome through the gateway
Our few old friends and true;
Then hearts leap up and straightaway
There's upen house for you,-
There's open house for you!
Bernice M. Bailke...Entered
from Colby High School in
Shester J. Bunkelman...Box-
ing 2. Chorus 3, b. Pep
Club h. FFA Basketball 2,
3,h. Mmmlh. Hmz,3,
h. Football 2, 3, h. Base;
ball 2, 3, h. '
Arthur J. Bialkowsky....P2p
Club h. FFA 2, 3, h. Box-
ing 2. FFA Basketball 3, h.
Chorus 3, h.
Charles P. Cathcart..Annual
h. Boys Quartet 3, h. Pep
Club h. Newspaper h. Pep
Club Treasurer h. Forensics
Rose H. Bialkowsky.....Band
3, h. Pep Club h. Pep Band
h. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, h.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, h.
Ramona C. Eggert p
Janet R. Frederickson..Vice
President 2. Glee Club 1.
Pep Club h.
MargarLt I. Hingiss
Vane L. Gokey Jr.....Annual
Senior Editor h. Football l
2, 3. Glass President 3.
Donna M. Hinke........Class
Secretary and Treasure h.
Band 1, 2, 3, h. Pep Club h
Pep Band 1, 2, 3, h. Chords
Cecelia D. Hackel
LaVerne A. Karstenl.a...FFA
3, h. Newspaper h. Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, h. Football
2, 3, h. Basketball 3, h.
Betty J. Koerner.......Glee
Club 1. Pep Club h. Annual,
b. Chorus b. Newspaper h.
Edna E. Loeffler....Entered
from Marshfield High School
Pep Club h Secretary. Cho-
rus 2, 3, b. Glee Club 2,3.
Margaret A. Leichtmam......
Annual h. Newspaper h.
Charles M. Lo cks......Vice
President 3. Football 2, 3,
h. Track 1. '
Ruby J. Lindberg..Glee Club
3. Girl's Quartette 3,
Annual h. Cheerleader
Chorus 2,3,h, Newspaper
Mary Ann Michlig......News-
paper h. Glee Club 1. Cho-
,rus h. Annual h. Pep Club
Club 1. Newspaper h. Annual
h. Band 1. Cheerleading 3.
Arthur J. Peterson Annual
h. Class President 3, h.
Newspaper h. Band 1, 2,3,
h. Chorus 1, 2, 3, h. Pep
Band 1, 2, 3, h. Pep Club
President h. Forensics 2,
George R. Nikolay..Pep Club
h. Basketball 1, 2, 3, h.
Annual h. Football 1, 3.
Baseball 1, 2, h. Forensics
l; 2, 3, h. Newspaper h.
Ann D. Preller......Band l,
2, 3, h. Cheerleader 3, h.
Chorus 3, h. Pep Band 1, 2,
3, h. Annual b. NCwspaper
h. Glee Club 3.
Joyce P. Paul........0horus
3, h. Glee Club 3, b.
Allen E. Schra fnagel......
Annual h. Class President
1., Newsphper b. Basketball
1, 2, 3, h. Football 1,
2, 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3, h.
Calvin J. Strombeck.....en-
tered from wausau High
School. Football Basketball
US Navy January 6, 19h3 to
May 25, 19h6. Entered
$Delle R. Wilson...Forensic
Laverne L. Venzke....FEA 2,
3, h. FFA President 2. FFA
Secretary 3, h. Member of
Student Council 3.
J Rosella E. Wunsch.....Class
Secretary and Treasure 2.
Newspaper h. Annual b.
Donald E. Vogg..........FFA
2, 3, h.
Loretta E. Zobrak....Chorus
Navy Blue and Gold
With the ropes of today we will ring the bell: of tomorrow
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" cemna' Hackel W
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Honor Students I
As the phrasel "Honor Students" is mehtioned in
school the general thought centers on, the scholastic
ratings of" the students of the school. while the
great importance of our Scholastic Honors cannot be l
denied we must also remember and apply great importance
. to the word Honor in its other senses.
We must remember that the fundamental principal of
an upright charabter 13 that virtue which we all know
as "Honor", a virtue that implies loyalty 'and courage,
truthfulness and honesty, Self-reepect, justice and
As we enter into our school life we should remembe;
that it is a keen sense of honor that aids us in all our
work and even a greater sense of honor shOuld be applied
in our play.
we shohld attempt to ,train ourselves to do our
duties with faithfulness and promptness. By doing. this
e even the boy or girl who is naturally careless and
undependable can be self-educated into a sense of honor
regarding any work that is undertaken.
, It is not possible for each person to become a
scholastic honor student bht is we live a life of the
virtues listed above it is truly possible for each of
us to become highly regarded "Boner Students."
. .efasp :ppoiagesvb
We, the members of the graduating class of 'h?, look fruitfully forward to the future;
We know not What opportunity holds in store for us; but, whatever it may be, we hope it is '
substantial. Some, we know, will remain as tillers of the soil, while others will go to
the cities-of rekuoun to seek their fortune and fame. Scattered over the United States
will be one of us, employed 'here; or living and working somewhere. And so as I make my
joumey'through the United States in the foregoing year 1960, I'll let you in on what my
classmates are doing and where they may be.
Date: Summer of 1960
As I start 1w journey, I am leaving on the train from the beautiful city of Abbotsford
where we all graduated. The train is packed but suddenly I see a familiar face. Why yes--
Mary Ann M. and she's going to a special hairdressers meeting. I asked her about . Betty
Jean K. and she proudly beams "She's a married woman and yes it's that High School flame
Carl B.' At Minnesota I hears that Donna H. has a well-knovm gossip column in St. Paul
"Hitting the High Spots with Dink." Hy next stop is at North Dakota where Laverne V. is
hard at work in the Harvest fields--and he is now 6' 3" tall--l His pal Art B. is also
there-wondering when he will meet his dream girl; On to Montana is a well-known fellow--
William B. running "Willies Weasel Ranch". Ramona E. is living in the state of Idaho and
is married to a rich politician. While at Washington are Charles L. and Vane G.--Charles
is a. professor of higher Mathematics and Vane is president of the Wingle Dingle Electric
Co. located at Walla Walla. Over to California where I was just in time to see Loretta Z.
taking a screen test for Warner Bros. production "The Typical One." By the way at .Reno,
Nevada Rosella W. has a beautiful office at which she is "counsellor on marital Problems."
And. Rose B. is just on her way to that famed Divorce Court; by the way its her 5th trip
too. Careful Rose. Do you remember Ruby 1...? She is now Mrs. and is living in New
Mexico. When I stopped at Utah I heard that Olive S. was making her residence there. She's
still looking and hoping for that "man of her dreams". Good luck, Olive. At Texas is a
large Cattle Ranch under the ownership of our school mate Margaret H. and her husband. In
the beautiful warmth of the South is a pretty office girl with that Southernyou-all drawl.
Who could it be? None other than Janet F. and she is working for Charles C. the great ,
Executive of Birmingham Steel Corp. At Florida on the sunny beach is Margaret L. on-
her vacation from her duties as 3 Powers Model. I continue m train trip and w next stop.
is in New' York where I get a. new permanent and manicure at Madame Anne's Beauty Salon-
which is operated by Ann P. Continuing on to Ohio Ism told that Miss Edna Loeffler is the
Kindergarten teachersst the Cinncinnati State Graded School. George N. has consumed so
many Wheaties that he is new president of Wheaties Foundation. Allan S. has been associ -
ated with the Boston Red Sox Baseball team as Catcher for the last few years already. Leon
'6. is still going to school, trying to get his Bachelor Degree. Laverne K. is studying
to be a Social Studies Teacher, maybe he's trying to take Mr. Ravy's position at good old
Abby! Proceeding further into Iowa is Calvin S. a. civil Engineer, end he is slightly bald.
Uhet happened to your curls, Cal? I have finally decided to come back to good old
Wisconsin to see how new of our school pals I can find in our home state. Here I---
find Cecelia H. Married to Bank P. and living on a farm near Milwaukee. Art P. is the fam-
our radio announcer on station WAJP of the Wisconsin Network. Good luck Art. Chester B. is
the great FFA farmer with one chicken, one car, is pig and a rooster, Gerry N. has. finally.
decided she's get married and settle down to a quiet peaceful home life. This is a. question
She's beer; debating ever since she was a Seniorll Donald V; is still trying to tune that
Fourth cylinder on hieold-chev, the same one he had in his HI School days. Joyce P. is a
housekeeper for her chaming-husband and child, living near Stratford. U Dells W. has been
married for quite some time to Arno and they are the proud parents of six deer little
children. And now ly journey has been completed and I wish ,each .and every one of you--
all the luck and success in the future, though you may not end up in lifeias you are
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Johnson . Kadonsky
Betty Ly Beverly
Merna Jean Milton
Dolan - Fricke
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Donald I y L Orv1lie k John
. Lewis Lieders Loucks
Mai +1791 P2 scoe
Schaefer . Schraufnagel Venzke
we Have tomorrow
Bright before us
Like a flame.
A night-gone thing,
A sun-down name.
Broad arch above the road we came.
The Freshman class was given their initiation September 20th by
the Sophomore class. The girls were green bows iL their hair and the
boys wound their ribbons around their heads. The girls carried baby
dolls, Wore old dresses ani mismatei shoes an; SCChS. The boys WLTG
old shirts, overalls, mismated shoes and soaks. The; carried toy
guns. All day the; had to bow to the other classes and do any tasks
for them that was asked. In the afternoon everyone had to do some-
thing on the stage. B -rnie Laabs rocked a doll and sang to it. Eo-
wene Schaefer made a go,d looking gertieman, although the suit was a
little large. Some of the kids had to feed each other spaghetti
across the table with blind folds on. Nice gooey mess.
In return, the class gave a dance in honor of the sophomores.
Mr. Hardwich was Master of Ceremonies. Almost chryone got out and
danced and e er body en oyed it.
For the ca nival the class gave three short p1a3s. Billy Joe
Shookman had a nen version of "Little Red Riding Hood."
The freshman queen, Elaine Daenicke won the Homecemint- queen-
contcst. She chose as her escort Wally Miller.
The Freshman class is quite Basketball minded. Rowene Schaefer
is a cheerleader. Jim Steffen is a sub for the "A" team. Bernard
Laabs and Jim are on the "B" team. Charles Hinhe, Alfred Uhlig,
Wally Miller, and Andrew Schmirler are also on the "5" team.
The class is well represented in chorus and a few are in band.
If you can keep your head when all men about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you;
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
And make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
0r being lied about don't deal in lies,
Or being hated don't give way to hating,
And yet don't look too good nor talk too wise,
If you can dream--and not make dreams your master;
If you can think--and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can neet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat these two impostors just the same;
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build them up with worn-out tools;
If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the W111 which says to them: "Hold on!"
If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
0r walk with kings--nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
'If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And--what is more--you'll be a Man, My son!
. Bailke Kalepp Kalflr'j
Keiser Kleinstick .
Robert Dale Phyllis Barbara
Leichtman Lindbgrg Peters on
Raymond Rae Ann Owen
Pupp Ryder Schraufnagel ,
J ack , Harold
l? 5' Alexander Amacher
GeraldiL Marvin Norman Yvonne
Anderson Bailke Derzin Eggert
Bernard Harold Louis on Wayne
Hoffrran Ingers'ul Jancla Kalepp
Ann : Kenneth Hogef
Nikolav Pkane f Pollack ReLcherSamer
James Frederick Darlene
V , Seidel Shields Treankler Vatter
Scherer 2 Schiebe
Van Rooy Wepfer
marjorie Anna Mafia
.1 aim; ,, ' 3
Jo Cari" Richard
Voelker Ven Roqy
We wefe going good for
For 10 days we
We resumed school again
doing his part---v-----
Was held at the High
School was dismissed at
won championship for the
to Medford to have their Senior graduation pictures
Our team also won District Championship.
Our school year had finally begun.
On November 13th the seniors that didn't have their pictures
An FFA Banquet was given December 11th at Colby in honor of the FFA boys
Our Christmas program, consisting of a dance and refreshments that were-
Our short vacation was ended as school started again January 6.
The playoffs between the Northern and the Southern divisions were held
January 21 was the end of our lst semesters work in school.
During the last week in October everyone was
days when the school was closed because of Polio.
The Senior Class play
noon and it was the beginning of a happy vacation for most students.
was ready to settle down for another year of school.
preparing for the carnival that was held at school October 31.
auditorium December 3rd in both the afternoon and evening.
served in the Home Ec. dept., was held December 17.
was the start of our 2nd and final semesters work for this year.
asked to stay within the limits of our homes.
took the school bus
February 1h at Medford.
and their fathers.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday with only thirteen members. Gradually .
Mr. Hanson has added new members until the number. has grown
thirty one .
the Homecoming Basketball game, the Annual
he Music Festival at
Some of the main events which the band has taken part in was
Spring Concert and we are looking forward to t
the Christmas Program,
W. Miller, P. Dolan, E. Kohl, J. Wilke,
Row-2 A. Peterson, B. Kleinstick, B. Shookman, M. Wilke, B. Laabsl
W7 3 S. Passe, L, Venzke,
D. Hinke .
G. Iaack, G. Lueth, E. Bloom, J. Steffen, Mr. Hanson,
How 1 A. Nikolay, M. Dolan, G. Schraufnagel. M. Moore,
The chorus has appeared in the Christmas
The H. S. Chorus, under the dirgction of Ir. Hanson is composed
of about fifty voices.
Row 1 G. Lueth, R. Schaefer, E. Daenicke, D.1eichtnam, E.Loeff1er
Program, the Spring Concert and the Music Festival at
B. 88338, L. Eggert,
B. Kuehnast, J. Dolan, M. Janda, S. Fuse, Mr. Hanson, .
D. Hawks, A. Schaefer,
P . Dolan,
A . Bialkowsky,
B; Jensen, 1.. Marquedt, D. Hinke, A. Preller.
J. Laack, D. Kaiser, D. Pascoe, S. Mohan.
Row 1; ll. Wephfer, 3-. Shoolcman, M. Prien,
Row 2 E. Bush, R. Geiger,
L. Bunkelm'axi, W. Miller, C. Hinke.
C. Bunkelman, C. Catheart,
B. Kleinstick, ll. Scheel,
Raw 3 ,L. Vehzke, R. Bialkowsky, J. Paul,
Let me go where'er I will,
It sounds from all things 012,
Frvm all that '5 fair, from all that's foul.
It sounds from all things young,
Peals our a cheerful
I hear a sky-born
Not only where the rainbow glows,
Nor in the song of woman hearl,
But in the darkest, meanest things
There almay, alaay so ethlng sings.
'T is not in the high stars alone,
Nor in the cup of bydding flowers,
It is not only in the rose,
It is not only in the bird,
the redbreast's mellow tone,
Nor in the bow that smiles in showers,
But in the mud and scum of things
Thbre alway, alway something sings.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
A. Bialkowsky; C. Cathcart; A. Peterson; D. Hawks.
In the freshmen class we have ho students; The. three that were-
elected as class officers are Bernard Lube, Barbara Beggs, and James
Steffen. Oar freeman class thinks that they have chosen some very
efficient class officers. - . '
Bernard lambs, our c1433 presidentxvas born in Curtis: on AJuJJ
d, 1932'. He has few dislikes but one or these is being asked
questions. - . V 4 v
Barbers Begge our vice president is the only freshmen girl with
black hair and brown eyes. she participates in many high school
activities, Barbara was born in IaCrosse on October "20, 1932.-
James Steffen, our secretary and treasurer was born in Reeds-
field, November 22, 1932, He is 5 feet 2 inches tall, has brown crew.
cut and blue eyes. - ,
Freshman Class Officers: Mr. Handrich, adviser; BY. Laabs, President; B. Beggs, Secretary ac
Treasurer; J . Steffen, Vice President.
The Sophomore's have been very prominent in school activities during
the-past two years. We have been represented in every phase of school
activity, on the basketball, baseballeand the foot ball teams,'and other
music groups. Also in forensics. 4 ' -
Our side show at the Carnival was one of the best with a full house
at, every perfomance. '
We always manage to have four or five members of our class on the
honor roll. Their were a good number on the football team and two on the
basketball squad and five on the baseball squad. In band, chorus and
other m'zsic groups we have a large number. '
As we look in the future we see much hard work and labor ahead. But
through it all we see the start on the road of life paved with a Ilittle
experience from our school life and a vast supply of knowledge from our
Sophomore Class Officers: J. Vetter, President; D. Jakel, treasurer; M. Jakel, Secretary;
Mrs. Vogler. Advisor; C. Schaefer, Vice President.
The Glass 05-'h8 has taken a great interest in musie, athletics
and school activities.
The Juniors have failed to take part in forensics but they have
shown an enthusiastic interest in basketball. They have shown them-
selves victors in the class basket ball tournament.
This is the year of our prom. Each member has shown their
operation and willingness in putting on this prom.
We are all looking forward to our Senior year.
Junior Class Officers: D. Kaiser, Vice President; Shirley Fosse, Secretar5; R. Johns n,
President; L. Marquardt, treasurir; Mr. Ravy, Advisor.
The Seniors as a class have a large per centage of the students
participating in Music, Athletics, and Forensics.
Our participation in the events of the school year include-
An act for the Main Show of the Carnival held October 31, 19h6, the
annual class play held on December 3, l9h5. Those in the music-
department took part in the Christmas program held December 17,19h6
the students entered in the Forensic Contest held March 20, 19b7.
Our school year will be concluded on May 20, 19h7, as we take
our final examinations and turn in our books. May 23 is our gradu-
ation day after fbur years of work in high school. .
At a Class meeting held during the first part bf the school
year, the Senior class chose as their class colors, "Navy blue and
gold", the red rose as their class flower, and as their Motto, With
the Hopes of Today we will Ring the Bells of Tommorrow.
Senior Class Officere: V. Gokey, Vice President; 8. Hinke, Secretary treasurer; A. Peterson,
President; Mrs. Kramer, Adviser.
James Vetter, Bill
ler decided to publish
Arthur Peterson was elected editor and was put in
charge of assignments and distribution.
ded to publish a schocl
Hemphill, Iaverne Karsten, Mrs. Vogler.
Probably it isn't everything you expected
but let us remember that the Seniors of "h? started an Abhiscan, which can be
produced greater and greater as the years progress.
with the assistance of Mrs. Vog
Geraldine Neitzel, Betty Koerner, Mary Ann Michlig,
Betty Kleinstick, Margaret Leichtnam.
Gayle Schraufnagel, Ann Preller, George Nikolay,
Rosella Wunsch, Donna Hinke,
nagel, Ruby Lindberg, Betty Kleinstick, Vane Gokey, Mrs. Vogler.
Margaret Leichtnam, Mary Ann Michlig, Betty Koerner,
George Nikolay, Bill Hemphill, Ann Preller.
A newspaper staff,
the paper every other week.
This is the first year that the Abbotsford High School has produced an
Annual for a great number of years.
lst rov- Rowene Schaefer, Elaine Daenicke, Donna Leichtnam, Barbara
Beggs, Jean Laack, Doris Kieser, Darlene Pascoe.
2nd row- Edna Loeffler, Janet Ulig, Gayle Shraufnagel, Ann Preller,
Beverly Louis, Art Bialkowsky, George Nickolay, Donna Hinke,
Charles Hinke, Mrs. Kramer. .
3rd row- Janet Fredricksdn, Luella Venske, Pat Dolan, Mary Ann Micklig,
Betty Koerner, Eleanor Kohl, Franklin Wilke, Billy Shookman.
hth row- Greta Luth, Rose Bialkowsky, Bill Hemphill, Charles Cathcart,
Art Peterson, Chester Bunkelman, walter Mueller.
In the early part of the school year a Pep Club was for ed un-
der the guidance of Mrs. Kramer. The thirty - six members chose the
name "Abby Peppers,"' and officers were elected. Those elected ucre:
President-Arthur Peterson, Vice President-Ann Preller, Secretary-Edna
Loeffl r, Treasurer-Charles Cathcart.
Chebrleaders: Donna Hinke, Gayle Schraufnagel,
Rowene Schaefer, and Ann Prell
the entire Pep Club really gave
of cheers for our team.
w Wwwm .
er backed up by
out with plenty
Top Row Left to Right: C. Bunkelman; D. Voge; W; Schauer; F. Blanke; A. Bialkowsky;
O. Wilson; D. Schauer.
Second Roh: L. Bunkelman; C. Lueth; M. Hingess; A. Schaefer; L. Karsten; J. Venzke;
Third Row: J. Leichtnam; J. Wilke; F. Wilke; R. Ingersol; J. Loucks; D. Jakel;
G. Jensen; N. Martens.
Fourth Row: M. Wilke; L. Venzke; D. Hawks; L. Bauer; G. Venzke; M. Prien;
This year has been a very active year for our FFA. Regular meetings are held
every month. Of the thirty students enrolled in Ag., all are FFA members. Our goal
is to practice brotherhood, honor rural opgortunities, and responsibilities, and to
develop those qualities of leadership which a future farmer should possess. To
accomplish this goal our FFA has participated in judging of livestock at Eau Claire
and at OWen. In addition our chapter has helped sponsor a joint banquet with the
Colby and Dorchester chapters. School letters and emblems were given to top ranking
members. Chester Bunkelman received the Star Farmer Award. This award consisted
of a gold wrist watch which was given -by the Northwest Distributing Co. at Colby.
All FFA members have farming projects and many of them are testing milk and keeping
records of their herds.
, ., , me.
llies the ranks
"Play up: play up! and play the game 9
h dust and smoke.
d his banks,
and Honor a name,
l and play the game W
o the host Dehind:
hand on his shoulder smote
play up! and play the game
and the last man in.
sons must hear,
Red with the wreck of a square that broke;
While in her place the school is set,
Bear through life like a torch in flame,
Or the selfish hope of a season's fame,
Every one of her
And the regiment blind wit
The river of death has brimme
And none that hears it
This they all with a joyful mind
And England's far,
But the voice of a Schoolboy ra
"Play up: play up
An hour to pl'y
And it's not for the sake of a rib
The sand of the desert is sodden red,
This is the word that year by year,
A bumping pitch and a b
The gatling's jammed and the
But his captain's
And falling fling t
Setting: D. Lewis, G. Nikolay, T. Vetter tMgr.t D. Keiser, A. Schraufnagel.
Staniing: R. Johnson, Coach Ravy, I. Kleiforth.
Basket Ball Schedule
Following is the list of games and theLr respective scores pla3ed by thg
Basketball Squad this year.
Tues. Nov. 12 Abbotsford at Colby
Fri. Nov. 15 26 Abbotsford at Loyal
Tues. Nov. 19 28 Abbotsford at Owen
Fri. Nov. 22 28 Loyal at Abbotsford
Tues. Nov. 26 . Lb Westboro at Abbotsford
Fri. Dec. 6 38 Rib Lake at Abbotsford
Fri. D60. 13 36 Withee at Abbotsford
Thurs. Dec. 19 27 Abbotsford at Medford
Tues. Jan. 7 39 Unity at Abbotsford
Fri. Jan. 10 35 Dorchester at Abbotsford
Tues. Jan. 17 28 Owen ab .Abbotsford
Fri. Jan. 2h 27 Abbotsford at Rib Lake
Tues. Jan. 28 35 Colby at Abbotsford
Fri. Feb. 6 28 Medford at Abbotsford
Mon. Feb. 10 39 Abbotsford at Dorchester
Fri. Feb. 15 21 At Athens Abbotsford
The l9h6-h7 Basketball season was a highly successful one for the
orange and black-clad Ramblers. The Ramblers has a seasons record of
23 wins and 3 losses two of these being sustained by Medford.
The Ramblers walked off with the BC Conference Chanpionship by
defeating Colby, their traditional rival the tune of 38 to 28.
The Ramblers also won the district tournament by defeating a
tall-rugged team from Edgar. After trailing at the four-minute mark
the Ramblers spurted to win by a 38-33 score.
In a Regional play-off the Ramblers qualified for the Sectiona;-
tournament at Stevens Point by trimming a lanky Rudolph team kw a 61
to 35 score.
In the sectional play-ofFS the.Eamblers defeated the Redmen from-
Rib Lake For the fourth time this year and thus qualified to meet
Stevens Point in the Sectional Championship finals. The tall and
talented Point quintet defeated Abbotsford by a 62-3h score.
The season for l9b6-h7 was a very successful one and the work of
the team was much apyreciated by the school and town alike.
lst. Row: G. Nikolay, D. Lewis, R. Johnson, I. Kleiforth, D. Keiser,
A. Schraufnagel, T. Vetter tugr.t
2nd. Row: 'L. Bauer, D. Schauer, B. Colby, J. Vetter, B. Steffen, Coach Ravy
3rd. Row: J. Steffen, B. Laebs, H. Keller, L. Gosse.
The High School baseball team, is at the time of this writing be-
ginning to loosen up for the coming spring season, Many of the players
on the team are veterans of an American Legion Junior baseball team
which was organized last summer. With the addition of several other
hopeful candidates the squad promises to be of excellent quality. The
team will be wearing uniforms this spring, something that has not----
tbeen enjoyed by previcus school teams.
Bottom Row: R. Johnson, L. Bauer, J. Vetter, D.tSchauer, I. Kleiforth.
Back Row: A. Schraufnagel, R. Keller, A. Schaefer, C.'Bunkelman,
L. Karsten, D. Keiser, Coach Ravy.
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