Abbotsford High School - Abhiscan Yearbook (Abbotsford, WI)
- Class of 1948
Page 1 of 84
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1948 volume:
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To our social science and physical education teacher,
Mr. Vernon Ellis and the first football team of Abbotsford
High School, we, the staff of the Abhiscan of Nineteen hund-
red and forty eight dedicate this annual. We are most grate
-ful for his kind advise, understanding and sense of human
in the starting of our first real football team. Also, to
the great number of boys who put in time and effort to help
get a team started. Through their effbrt and Mr. Ellis' ad-
vice and instruction may it be the best in years to come.
Back Row: J. Loucks, D. Jakel, A. Uhlig, D. Zobrak, B. Laabs,
L. Cathcart, D. Borreson, W. Miller, and H. Laack.
Second Row: Mr. Ellis, E. Mittlestadt, L. Bunkleman, G. Venzke,
I. Klieforth, F. Blanke, B. Hemphill,' W. Schauer,
and D. Kieser.,
Third Row: J. Venzke, A. Schmirler, HM. Wilke, M. Kauffman, F.
Wilke, and D. Schauer.
Fourth Row: R. Keller, L. Bauer, J. Vetter, G. Laack, M. Strom-m
beck, D. Hulse, J. Steffen, B. Steffen, and R. Uohn
Mr. Wernzenski has been principal of the Abbotsford
High School since 1944. He teacher physics and chemistry.
As students, we appreciate his kind advice and skillful
leadership which has guided the most formative years of our
Mr. Handrich was born'at Wild Rose, Wis-
consin and attended school there. He atten-
ded Stevens Point Teachers College, taught
at Pay Sippi and then joined the armed force
for three and one half years. When he return
-ed from services he received his degree and
came and taught at Abbotsford, Mr. Handrich
ifteaches math, algebra, and is the junior ad-
Mr. Ellis' home town was in Juneau. He
went to Juneau High and also to Winona, Minn
He worked in Milwaukee and then went to St.
ENorbert, De Pere. The first school he taug-
ht was at Fox Lake, then at Horicon and then
she joined the army and after two years he ta
f-ught at Cambells Port. he came here last
'fall. Mr. Ellis also played with the Pitts-
eburg Pirates and Milwaukee Chiefs. Mr. Fllis
Qteaches American Problems, citizenship, .and
?geography. He coaches football, basketball,
hand is the freshmen class advisor.
'Mr. Juneau's home town was 7in Ashland.
He went to elementary school at Hubbell, Mich'
-igan. Then he moved to Eau Claire and finish
-ed the rest of high schoOl there. He also
taught at Eau Claire and also taught with the
Army Air Forces Technical Training Command.at
Chanute Field during the war. Mr. Juneau dir
-ects band and chorus. '
-Mr. De Jong was born in Webster, Wiscon-
sin and attended school at Webster and River
Falls Teachers College. After serving in the
armed forces for three years he taught at Do
-rchester and then came to Abbotsford and is
teaching agriculture part time here.
.Hugo De Jong
Mrs. Kelsey's heme is in Star Lake. She went to Junior High at
Sayner and High School at Eagle River where she took University of
Extension and finished the course at SteVens Point i C S i C i. She.
was asked to Join the Signs Zeta honorary and Science organization'
in which she received her key. Mrs. Kelsey has taught home so. here.
for three and one half years.
. Mrs. Kramer's home tawn is in Milan, Wisconsin where she attented
'grade school and attended high school at Abbotsford. She graduated
from White Water State Teachers college. Mrs. Kramer teaches commerc-
ial subjects and is the senior class adviser,
Mrs. Vogler was born in Menomonie, Wisconsin and attended grade
and high school at Menomonie and Eau Claire, She also attended tea-
chers college at Eau Claire. Mrs. Vogler taught the fifth grade at
Stanley before her marriage in 1940. This is her third year here in
Abbotsford. Mrs. Vogler teaches English, biology, dramatics, forens
-ics, newspaper, and annual work and is the sophomore class advisor.-
To you, who climbed the glass
Mountain and slew the dragons--
Whose sword was ever sharp and
Colors gay in the tournament--
Let our fragile goblet be
Raised in a toast of honor.
For honorable above many things
Is extra effort summoned for
This living game. And then,
In the old gesture, let this
Vessel be dashed into an
Infinite splinter of pieces,
Adjuring you to-remember long
That we were proud of valorous
Service rendered, and your gallantry.
The Seniors of '48
We are the Seniors of '48,
Reserved, mannerly, and sedate.
We set examples in all the schools
By being obedient and following rules.
We never whisper or loiter in halls,
Chew gum or scribble on the walls,
We never slam lockers or bang the doors,
Shoot spitballs or throw paper on floors.
we never argue or disagree,
But are Just as good as good can be.
We're never afraid of impending doom,
For we never whisper when teacher leaves the room.
We mind our manners and know our places
And never ever make funny faces.
We're quief In band and chorus, too.
Never do anything we shouldn't do.
We never smoke or drink or so,
The boys are OK! so nice, you know.
The girls are ladylike and severe
No funny stories they tell or hear.
We never holler, complain, or fuss.
The teachers can always count on us.
We never cheat, or peak in class,
We get good marks so we will pass.
We love all tests and themes and such.
A six weeks test is not too much.
We thrive on work and Work and WORK.
From our duty we never shirk.
We study more than we ever need.
"We like to study" is our creed.
We never call a kid a fool
'Cause he likes to go to school.
We do our work as we are told
Never are boisterqus or hold.
We are studious, orderly, and sedate--
The dignified seniors of '48.
None of our class is a high-flyer---
But then, I always was a terrible liar.
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Class pres. 2.
Glee Club 2,5.
Class Play 4.
Class Sec. 5.
'Class V. Pres.2.
Annual 4 .
Pep Club 4.
Class Play 4.
Glee Club 2,5.
Annual ' 4.
Glee club 2.
Pep Club 4.
Pep Club 5.
.Glee Club 2,5.
Annual 4. Gen. Manager
Junior - V. Pres.
Freshman Sec. Treas .
Pop Club 4.
Glee Club 2,5.
2 Bernadine Gust.
Class Play 4.
Class Treas. 4.
Glee Club 2,5.
Glee Club 2,5.
Pep Club 4.
Class Play 45
Track . 5.4
Class Play 4.
Class Pres. 4.
Letter Club 4.
,Letter Club 4.4
' Chorus 4-:
Pep Club 5,4.
Glee Club 2,5.
Newspaper 4 4.
Pep Club 4.
FFA. Pres. l,2,5,4.
Glee Club 2,5.
Class Play 4.
Chorus . 4.
Pep Club 5,4.
. efasn thvoFgesvc
It is April 1, 1960 and by the use of a P 80 we shall start off
on our trip from the Abbotstrd airport to locate the members of the
class of '48. At the airport bidding us good luck and farewells are
Irve Klieforth, owner of the large Standard 011 Station, Lavila Eggert
skating star of the Koller Skating Rink in Marshfield, Ray Mohan, a
prosperous farmer, besides our married classmates Elaine Schaefer and
Genvieve Beil with Manny and their three lovely daughters. Just as we
board the plane we see Elaine Huhn hurrying through the gates with her
three sons followed by Laverne. As pilot of our plane, we find Francis
Kadonsky with Shirley Fasse acting as co-pilot as usual. To help us
on our travel is Betty Jensen the air hostess.
We slowly circle Milwaukee where we find Bernie Gust taking short
-hand dictation from head man, Franklin Wilke, at the Schlitz Brewing
Co. While in Milwaukee, we stop at Marquette University where Verg-
ene Timm is teaching psYchology class. Our next stop is Just outside
of Milwaukee at Willard Schauer's chicken ranch.
From here we journey to Chicago where we talk with Don Hulse,
owner of the HTA tHulse Transatlantic Airwaysi. As we leave we meet
Mernajean Moore employed as lab technician at the Killum Quick Clinic.
Also in Chicago is Bill Steffin, an employee at the G E Company, Jane
Dolan, lab technician at City HOspital, and Arnold Schaefer pitcher
for the Chicago cubs.
Next we stop in Hollywood where we see Ned Kennedy alias Dean
Hawks. We then visit Lorraine Lueth a fashion designer for RKO Studib.
Deep in the heart of Texas is Lyle Bunkleman owher of the Bar PM.-
In Oklahoma City we stop and get gas at the B111 Colby Super Land
and Air Service Station.
For some entertainment we stop at Atlanta, Georgia where we hear
eLorrinda Gieee singing for the Six Fat Dutchmen.
At New York we stop in at Don Kieser's famous Stork Club. Out at
the football field is George Venzke, right guard of the New York Gi-
ants, practicing for a big game. At the Atlas Muscle Builder Co. is
Beverly Lindberg doing secretarial work.
In Reno gatting her sixth divorce is Betty Kuehnast. She has at
tlast deeided to take up residence there. Teaching English at Nevada
State is none other than Professor Ray Johnson.
In order to locate the other members of our class we must leave
the United States. At Berlin, Germany we find Leonice Marquardt,
teaching Math. Don Hoesly is now first cashier at the Berlin Bank.
In Paris, France we find Shirley Holtzhauaen secretary to the mad
scientist Pierre Lafayette. Another resident of France is Leonard
Bauer, financial accountant at Monte Carlo.
We now leave for Arabia to see Melvin Wilke surrounded by his
Flying over the Pacific we spot a small island where Don Schauer
now lives. Guess the women are still giving him a hard time of it.
Back in the States we fly directly to Minneapolis where Arlene
Hoesly is still faithfully studying.
It is September 25, when we finally circle the Abby air port to
make our landing and discharge our former classmates on the.runways of
QCCM 9X23 Q'Q lcasfamenf
Declaration of Independence
In the course of human events, it becomes necessafy for the pre-
sent Senior Class of 1948 to dissolve the scholastic bonds which have
connected us with one another, and to assume worldly responsibility;
thus declaring ourselves independent of academic ties.
Articles I, II, III
We, the mighty Seniors of Abbotsford High School, in the County
of Clark, and state of Wisconsin, do hereby deem it proper to publish,
pronounce, and declare this to be our last will and testament, as we
are passing into the Great Beyond to embark upon our worldly tasks.
'We, in order that the present Junior Class will do Justice, and
provide for the common welfare of this institution of Learning, do
hereby give and bequeatht our intellectual achievements to the Juniors.
We give to the Sophomore class our ability to get along with our
teachers and our fellow classmen.
To the underclass Freshmen, we give the little old red school-
house, for we are sure that they will enjoy it in the following years.
We bequeath to the faculty, the great misfortune of losing such a
talented and genial class. .Now that we are graduating, we also be-
queath to them, many restful nights and peaceful dreams.
The individual seniors leave to the following underclessmen their
most prized possessions:
I, Leonard Bauer, bequeath to Harold Goelden my quiet voice.
I, Genevive Bell, bequeath to Elaine Deenicke my ability to get
to school on time.
Lyle Bunkleman, bequeath to Mae Vrana my big mouth.
William Colby; bequeath to Robert Bowen my long legs.
Mary Jane Dolan, bequeath to Janet Uhlig my graceful walk.
Lavila Eggert, bequeath to Blanche Schaefer my dimples.
Shirley Fesse, bequeath to Theresa Ellenbecker my long hair.
Bernadine Gust, bequeath to Darlene Pascoe my shape.
Lorinda Gieee, bequeath to Donne Leichtnam my size.
William Hemphill, bequeath to Kenneth Baumgartner my smooth-
I, Arlene Hoesley, bequeath to Frances Schauer my smoothness.
I, Donald Hoesley, bequeath to Greta Lueth my red hair.
l,ishirley Holtzhaueen, bequeath to Loretta Zahorke my ability to
no es. .
I, Elaine Huhn, bequeath to Barbara Wilkins my abilityt o blush.
I, Donald'Hulse, bequeath to Alfred Uhlig my Managable hair.
I, Betty Jensen, bequeath to Marne Krause my friendly attitude to
-ward my fellow students. '
I, Raymond Johnson, bequeath to Galen Laack "that" sophomore girl
I, Francia Kadonsky, bequeath to Walter Miller and Evonne Thomp
-son the soundroom's privacy.
I, Donald Kisser, bequeath to Georgine Bialkowaky my line.
I, Irve Klieforth, bequeath to David Borreson my place on the has
-ketball team. t
i tI, Betty Kuehnaat, bequeath to Rowena Schaefer my ability to keep
qu e .
I, Beverly Lindberg, bequeath to Donald German my giggle.
I, Lorraine Lueth, bEQueeth to Jean Laack my shyness.
I, Leonice Marquardttbequeath to Janet Baumgartner my bad temper.
1; Raymond Hohan, bequeath to Joyce Bostad my ability to keep a
straight face. ,
I, Mernajean Moore, bequeath to Rowena Schaefer, who has atantdd
ittiozhso long, my twirling suit, ambitions, and everything that goes
I, ArnoldHSchaefer, bequeath to Charles Schabfer my pitc ing arm.
I, Elaine Schaefer, bequeath to Louella Venzke my ability to keep
a boy friend.
I, Donald Schauer, bequeath to Norbert Martens my technique with
I, Willard Schauer, bequeath to Ralph Keller my bashfulness.
I, William Steffen, bequeath to Bernard Laabs my Romeo Technique.
I, Vergene Timm, bequeath to Virginia Bender py long gkirts.
I, George Venzke, bequeath to Melvin Bitters my wavy hair.
I, Franklin Wilke, bequeath to Charles Hinke my interest in farm;
I, Melvin Wilke, bequeath to Allen Baronsky my FFA Basketball suit
and guard spot.
I, Dean Hawks, bequeath to Kenneth Anderson my back seat in the
Blue and Silver.
Never mislead, advancement ahead.
The class of 49 has taken great interest in-many activities.
Many have taken part in basketball, football, music, and a
class play. Ten students participated in the class play.
. We received our class rings the early part of November, most
-of the students were well pleased with them.
The Junior Side Show tBreakfast in Hollywoodl proved to be
the most successful at the Carnival.
. .Seeing this is leap year the Junibrs elected a queen for
-their prom. They are all waiting to see who the king will be and
-are having a grand time preparing for the prom.
A new member has also been added to our class Whomuwe.all'
welcome, . . . . - ,
Back Row: B. Shookman, M. Hingiss, B. Mittlestadt, D. Ger
-man, D. Zobrak, K. Barmgatner, C. Hinke, A. Uh
-lig, and A. Schmirler.
Second Row: D. Laack, R. Grambort, N. Martens, I. Huhn, J.
Laack, W. Miller, B. Laabs, E. Bush, B. Lysda-
hl, T. Ellenbecker, J. Wilke, M. Wephfer, and a
Third Row: S. Mohan, D. Kieser, L. Zahorka, L. Neitzel, R.
Leichtnam, J. Baumgatner, D. Leichtnam, E. Thom
-pson, M. Scheel, E. Daenicke, R. Schaefer, B.
Beggs, and J. Uhlig.
The sophomore class the largest class in school having ab-
out 40 members.
We started the year by getting 4 new members, Bruce Mittl-
estadt, Donald German, Janette and Kenneth Baumgatner. Janette
and Kenneth are twins, the only twins in school.
The sophomores are very sport-minded. Our class has many
members on the football team. We also have quite a few members
on the basketball team. Three of the cheerleaders, Rowene Sch-
aefer, Evonne Thompson, and Jean Laack are from the sophomore
We have many members in both chorus and band.
Four members, Gordon Knight, Barbara Beggs, Theresa Ellen-
becker and Elsie Bush, participated in the annual forensic con-
hBack Row: K; Anderson; J. Rahkl, H; Goelden; D. Keener, L.
V Pinter, D. Borreson, F. Mauritz, J. Van Rooy, R.
Bragg, and K,WIQgersellg
Second Row: M. Krause, N. Giese, M. Vrana,' R. Carlson, f.
Phaneuf, F. Schauer, J. Bialkowski, L. Stettler,
SiiSeidel, D: Grambort, D. Haderlein, and B. Wilv
- n3. '
Third Row: R. Bowen, D. Wilson, B. Kalepp, V. Treankler, C.
Dolan, V. Mueller,'B. Schaefer, M. Bitter, and E
The Freshmen had a good time on their initiation. The girls;
'had to wear their hair in rags, dresses on backwards lqng stock-,
ings, and two different shoes. The-boys had to wear kerchiefs
around theitheads, makeup, and-tyg differegt,shq9g,q--V-Ve
Bobby Bowen had t6r propose to Jorgene Bialkowski deaf and
dumb. Frank Mauritz had to walk up some steps blind folded. Jim
Venrooy Kenneth Ehrenreich were blindfolded and had to put makeup
. on Ruth Carlson and Carol Dolan.
. Everyone had something to do. Now we are looking'forward to
einitiating the Freshmen next year.
. We have our football player-David Borreson, an A team cheer-
;leaderrcarol Dolan and three B team cheerleaders: Shirley Seidel,
hiirginia Treankler, and Darlene Grambort. . .
Our candidates Lawrence Pihfgr and Jofgene Bialkowsky were.
Tcrowned carnival king and queen With 11,000 votes. We had a side
show ealled ?rhe Big OReration;"7 ' . ,NSH hthD
I. Dorn, B.-Loughead, B. Armstrong, J. Lewis, B.
Lindberg, P. Ven Rooy, D. Ellis, and P. Olson.
P. Kelley, G. Thompson, ;M. Kieser, A. Marcott,
D. Krueger, J. Schmidkunz, and D. Weetz.
Miqs Adams home town is at Withee, and she
Went to grade and high school at Owen. She
graduated from Superior State Teachers Col-
lege. She teaches the first grade.
l Second M
Back Row: D. Ven Rooy, J. Hansen, C. Amacher, J. Doerr, J.
Brecke,-and B. Hartzell; V
Second Row: W. Schade, S. Danicke, G. Goldamer, S. Weller,
K. Dallenback, K5 Dietsche, and K. Kalepp.
Third Row: J. Veits, A. Scherer, J; Laper, L. Hoffman, J.
Zink, S. Keller, B. Ellis, and L. Rueden.
Absent members that day.
1Third grade S. Lindberg ' '
;Second grade S. Miller,. J. Van Dreel, B Pittsley, 3nd L.
age. She teaches Second and Third.
Mrs. Hartzell is a native of Chippewa Fails
here she attended Eau Claire Teachers 00135
Back Row: C. Weller, B. Danicke, S. Kaiepp, and G. Kuenzi.
Second Row: J. Kalepp, J. Seidel, K, Seidel, H. Velker, P.
Nacker, and L. Ehrenreich. V
Third Row: B. Reichensamer, B. Uhlig, M. Lewis, P. Dohm, R.
Gust, and J. Wayner.
$rs. Thompson attended the Teachers College
-at Etu Claire and Stevens Point. She is teach
-ing the third and fourth grades.
E. Kloth, A. BronkhorSt, B. Kozlowski, M. Inger-
501, and N. Ingersol.
Second Row: A. Kauffman, C. Klieforth, A. Schmirler, D. 01-
sen, L. Pupp, J. Reichensemer, 31d D. Van Dreel.
Third Row: J. Lang, D. Anderson, M. Scheel, D. Foltz, and
The fact that there is no picture of the fourth grade
is because the students are divided between two teachers Mrs
Tompson and Miss Scheuler.
Back Row: J. Armstrong, D. Ven Rooy, C. Knight, A. Pollack
and D. Treankler.
Front Row: M. Hinke, W. Scheel, J. Weideman, D. Geiger, M.
Schields, B. Dohm, H. Melvin, C. Moberg, S. Hart
-ze11, A. Zink and S. Kalepp
Miss'Sbhueler'Q hbme 3town is in Abbotsford,
where she attended grade and high school. She
graduated from Oskosh State Teachers College.
,At the present time she is teaching the four-
th and fifth grades.
g.igaellenback, B. Hoffman, R. Morrow, and B.
J. Grambort, R. Schiebe, C. Kieser; H. Kale-
pp, B. Leichtnam, N. Olsen, and D. Ven Rooy.
A. Janda, B. Scherer, E Kuenzi, J. Geiger, B
Lamont, and M. Wepfer. '
Miss Short's home town is in Neilsville where
she attended grade and high school. She grade
uated from Stevens Point Teachers College and
now teaches sixth and sevehth grades.
Back Row: H. Kalepp, K. Pollack, M. Bailke, L. Janda, H.
Ingersol, H. Amacher, and T. Vetter.
Second Row: J. Seidel, H. Kalepp, J. Alexander, F. Schields
' L. Phaneuf R. Reichersamer and D. Karau.
Third Row: Y. Eggert, D. Treankler, D; Miller, J. Witt, B.
Bailke, G. Anderson, and A. Nilolay.
The seventh grade students are divided between two te-
achers Miss Short and Mr. Rowe.
Lamont, L. Kalepp, and B. Anderson.
M. Kieser, M. Dolan, B. Peterson, D. Klienstick
and Y. Uhlig.
:College at La Cross. He teaches
and eigth grades.
Mr. Rowe attended grade and high school at
Granton.and Neilsville. He went to Teachers
Roll on you Ramblers, forward to the fight
With your colofs flying, we will win this game tonight, Yu Ra Ra
For al-ma ma-ter, raise that score sky high. Fight to the
'end, we'll always defend the orange and black of Abby High.
VBack Row: F. Kadonsky, L. Bauer, A. Schaefer,
G. Venzke, hnd D. Hawks.
Front Row: B. Gust, V. Timm, B. Jensen, S;.Fa
-sse, and L. Marquardt.
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The Seniors presented there class play on
January 29th. It was a three act cOmedy play,
which centered mostly around the fact that Ned
Kennedy was bringing his financee, Miss Jones
to his sisters home to meet his'family.
His sister Mrs Aimee Smith had been visit
-ing her mother Mrs Kennedy, and came home un-
expectedly to find that her husband Bill Smith
had been out celebrating and had brought a com
-plete stranger, Jimmthobinson home with him.
Then DaisY'Montaine a dancer comes to get her
curls which Bill Smith had taken the night be-
fore. Of course Mrs Smith and Mrs Kennedy th-.
ink she is Miss Jones, and think the real Miss
Jones an imposter when she comes.
At the end after Bensen, the butler, Lucy
the maid, and the cop finally reveal a number
of things, everyone is once more happy.
Aimee Smith Shirley Fasse
Bill Smith Francis Kadonsky
Bensen Leonard Bauer
'Lucy Bernadine Gust
e;Jimmy Robinson George Venzke
Mrs Kennedy Leonice Marquardt
Daisy Montaine Betty Jensen
Ned Kennedy Dean Hawks
Cop Arnold Schaefer
Miss Jones Vergene Timm
G. Schraufnagel, C. Schaefer, R. Gei
-ger, G. Laack, M. Kauffman, and G.
M. Jakel, J. Vetter, R. Keller, and
f, I . ' ' tt
tThIh'thfee'aet mystery-bomedy play was pre-
sented by the Juniors on April 8.
As the play began Joe Hardy and Eddie Canf-
1eld by a cottage at the lake and bring their wi.
-ves, Laura and Mabel, there fer a nice, quiet
vacation. 'Suddenly, Mrs Effie Forrest, a neigh-
bor, brought distrubing news,-Weary Beet; as the
cottage was named.1s haunted: A ghost appeared,
'and from then on there was Shivers, suspense and
,Eddie Canfield Ralph Keller
Mabel Canfield Greta Lueth
Joe Hardy Galen Laack
- Laura Hardy Rita Geiger
Bill Maynard Kauffman
Marie. Marquerite Jakel
Magnolia Eleanor Kohl
-Effie Forrest Jim Vetter
A. G. Stevens Chgrles Schaefer
Back Row:- J. Venzke, D. Zobrak, D. Hoesley, K. Baum-
gatner, F. Blanke, F. Mauritz, M. Hingiss,
L. Pinter, G. Knight, and M. Wilke.
Second Row: Mr. De Jong, N. Martens, J. Wilke, D. Koer
-ner, L. Geiger, D. German, L. Bunkleman,R
Mohan, F. Wilke, P. Wilson, and R. Bragg.
Third Row: K. Ingersoll, D. Jakel, R. Goelden, G. Ven
-zke, D. Schauer, A. Schaefer, J. Loucks,D
Hawks, J. Rankel, and A. Baronsky.
LEARNING TO DO
-DOING TO LEARN
EARNING TO LIVE
LIVING TO SERVE
National Blue and Corn Gold.
Donald Schauer----- ----- ---------President.
George Venzke-- ------ - ---------- -Vice President.
Arnold Schaefer--- ------ -- ----- --Secretary.
.Dean Hawks-- ----4--------- ----- -Treasurer.
'John Loucks--- ----------- --------Reporter.
Melvin Wilke----- --------- -------Sentinel.
Th6 Newspaper staff has many new members this year. Altoget-
her they have 32 members who are doing their best to make the
newspaper successful. The officers of the newspaper are: Editor-
Betty Kuehnast, Assistant Editor-Gayle Schraufnagel, Advertising
Editor-Eetty Jensen, Sports Editor-Donald Kieser, Front page Ed-
itor-Barbara Beggs, Editorial' Page Editor-ArlEne Hosely, Fourth'
Pane Editor-Evonne Thompson, Circulation Manager-Rowene Schaefer.
Back Row: B. Shookman, M. Kauffman, R. Schaefer, E. Schaefer,
M. Moore, B. Hemphill, D. Kieser, L. Lueth, L.
Venzke, P. Dolan, and C. Dolan.
Second Row: L. Giese, B. Lysdhal, D. Grambort, E. Lindberg, E.
Jensen, S. Seidel, M. Scheol, B. Kuehnast, J. Dolan
L. Eggert, V. Timm, and J. Uhlig.
Third Row: Y. Rricke, B. Beggs, J. Laack, A. Hoesley, E. Thomp
-son, D. Leichtnam, G. Schrufnagel, E. Kohl, and B.
'The Annual staff this year has 22 more rembers than it had
lest year. This year the annual staff with the assistance of Mrs
Vogler plans on making a bigger and better annual for the stud
-ents. Pat Dolan is the editor of the annual and has been doing
her part to put the annual qver in a big Kay.
Back Row: M. Kauffman, G. Laack, E. Daenicke, R. Schaefer, E.
Schaefer, M. Moore, L. Marquardt, R. Keller, D.
Kisser, L. Lueth, L. Venzke, P. Dolan, L. Neitzel,
F. Kadonsky, and B. Shookman.
Second Row: R. Geiger, J. Bostad, Y. Fricke, B. Beggs, J. Laack
A. Hoesley, T. Ellenbecker, E. Thompson, D. Leicht-
nam, G. Schrufnagel, E. Kohl, B. Kalepp, J. Uhlig,
and C. Dolan.
Third Row: L. Zahorka, L. Giese, E. Lysdhal, D. Grambort, S.
Seidel, B. Lindberg, B. Jensen, M. Scheel, B. Kueh-
nast, J. Dolan, V. Timm, and L. Eggert.
Back Row: J. Steffen, J. Wilke, M. Wilke, W. Miller, C. Hinke,
D. Hawks, E. Kohl, and I. Huhn.
Middle Row: B. Fasse, G. Lueth, L. Venzke, B. Laabs, G. Laack,
S. Seidel, and B. Shookman.
Front Row: J. Daellenbach, A. Nikolay; D. Miller, M. Moore, M.
Janda, M. Dolan, and A. Janda.
F. Schauer, J. Bostad, M. Wepfer, L. Bunkleman, D.
Hawks, G. Knight, J. Laack, and J. Uhlig.
C. Dolan, R. Carlson, P. Phaneuf, B. Beggs, M. Sch-
eel, M. Moore, B. Kalepp, and D. Pascoe;
B. Wilkins, A. Hoesley, E. Danicke, R. Leichtman, V.
Mueller, L. Marquardt, B. Jensen and L. Stettler
M. Wilke, F. Kadonsky, G. Laack, D. Kieser, D. Borr-
eson, C. Hinke, W. Miller, D. Koerner, O. Leiders, M
Kauffman, B. Shookman, and H. Laack. '
S. Passe, S. Mohan, M. Janda, E. Bush, J. Baumgatner
P. Dolan, L. Venzke, M. Jakel, R. Geiger, E. Lysdahl
E. Kohl, and B. Bowen.
D. Kieser, V. Bender, E. Thompson, D. Leichtman, B.
Schaefer, T. Ellenbecker, G. Lueth, S. Seidel, D. Gn
-ambort, and J. Bialkowsky.
BettY Jensen Barbra Wilkins
Shirley Passe Eleanor Kohl
Pat. DOlan ' Jorgbne Biakowsky
-Back row: M. Kauffman, D. Haw s, M. 7Yep 'er, B. 00 .an.
Front row: S..Fagsel J, Biakowsky; B, Jensgn, E,WKohl, B. Wilkxng,
L. Giese, L. Marquardt, M. Moore, h. Janda, R.
Eragg, E. Shookman, M. Hingess, J. Vetter, R.
Keller, A. Uhlig, C. Hinke, O. Lieders, J.
Wilke, H. Laack, J. Bialkowsky, and C. Dolan.
G. Laack, D. Pascoe, J. Uhlig, M. Jakel, J.
Paumgatner, E. Push, D. Leichtnam, E. Thompson
R. Leichtnam, M. Scheel, B. Lysdahl, L. Ven-
zke, E. Mohan, G. Lueth, and L. Pinter.
R. Grambort, V. Bender, J. Laack, D. Kieser,
B. Wilkins, B. Kalepp, V. Mueller, L. Stettley
M. Krause, E. Daenicke, T. Ellenbecker, R. Sch
-aefer, B. Beggs, and D. Laack. .
P. Dolan, A. Hoesley, R. Geiger, J. Eostad, V.
Treankler, S. Seidel, D. Grambort, G. Schrauf-
nagel, F. Schauer, and E. Kohl.
Jim Vetter---President Patsy Dolan---Vice President
.Martha Janda-Treasurer. Elaine Daenicke----Secretary
The Pep Club vhas a very fine organization this year
they put on the Homecoming in fqotball season and they sold
pop and candy bars a football and basketball games.
The Homecoming was quite a thing the first one in many
years. There was a dance and Melvin Strombeck was king and
Gayle Snkraufnagel was queen.
efasso G icevsfa
Pres. K. Anderson
V. Pr s. C. Dolan
Treas. B. Wilkin
Sec. D. Grambort
Advisor Mr. Ellis
Pres. B. Millestadt
V. Pres. E. Thompson
Sec. R. Schaefer
Treas. E. Danicke
Adviser Irs. Vogler
Pres. P. Dolan
V. Pres. J. Vetter
Sec. G. Lueth
Treas. H. Laack
Advisor Mr. Handrich
Pres. G. Venzke
V. Pres. L. Bauer
Sec. B. Jensen
Treas. I. Klieforth
Advisor Mrs. Krammer
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Fight: fightt fightL '
Fight! fight! fight:
Shoot em high;
Shoot em low:
Come on Abby
Fight! fight: fight: Let's 80,
Abbotsford. 0. palm
The Cheerleaders of Abby High, were considered this year some
of the best around.
The A team Cheerleaders were chosen by the class and pep club
officers, the final 5 were picked, Evonne Thompson, Jean Laack, h
Carol Dolan, The 5 received new jackets to complete their uniform
The B team Cheerleaders volunteered to cheer for the Be team
squad. They were Virginia Treankler, Darlene Grambort, and Shir-
ley Seidel. V ' .
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Bernice Eialke has been employed at the Coffee Shop for the past
Arthur Bialkowsky is working as a cheese maker in the Laabs Che-
ese Co. at Milan.
Rose Bialkowsky is working as a secretary for the Laabs Cheese
Co. at Milan.
Chester Eunkelman is working as a cheese maker in the Laabs Ghee
ese Co. at Milan.
Charles Cethcart is doing mechanical work at Steffens Super Ser-
vice garage in Abby. ,
Romona Eggert is working as a secretary for The Abbotsford Loan
Corporation in Abbotsford.
Janet Fredrickson has moved to Spencer and is remaining home doing
nothing in particular. i
Vane Gokey is attending his Freshman year at College in Eau Cla-
ire. Ie is studying to be an electrical engineer.
Cecelia Hackel is working as a secretary for the Laabs Cheese Co.
at Milan. She is getting married in May. .
Margaret Hingess is employed at the home of Mr and Mrs. Jack Kel-
sey of Abbotsford.
Donna Hinke is working in Chicage doing typing for The Times Corp-
La Verne Karsten is delivering milk for the Medo-Dairy Farms of
Betty Koerner is employed doing night operating in the telephone
Co. office at Abbotsfprd.
Margaret Leichtnam is remaining at home doing nothing in particul-
Ruby Lindberg is married to Bill Sossaman.
Edna Loeffler has spent her time working as a waitress in Millers
Quick Lunch Resturant in Marshfield. She is engaged and plans on
getting married soon.
Charles Loucks is in The N. R. O. T. C. at the University of Wis-
Mary Ann Michlig is remaining at home doing nothing in particul-
Geraldine Neitzel is married and is living at Medford.
George Nikolay is foing to State Teachers College at Stevens Po-
int studying to be a History teacher.
Joyce Paul is remaining at home and plans on getting married.
Calvin strombeck an ex-navyman is married to Jean Neitzel and is
working on the police force in Wausau.
Lavern Venzke is attending the U. of Wisconsin taking a short co-
urse in Agriculture.
Donald Voge is staying home and working on his fathers farm one
mile north and two miles west of Abbotsford. V
U Della Wilson is now married to Arnold Fasse and is living in
Sheboygan. She is working in a shoe factory.
Allan Schraufnagel is employed at the E. J. Cranes Feed store.
Arthur Peterson is attending his Freshman year at College in
Minneapolis studying to be an announcer.
Ann Preller is working as a secretary for the Employers Mutual
' Insurance Co. of Wausau.
These pictures are taken from the
game with Spencer. It was the boys
first have of the season. Abbotsford
won 19 to O. In the first picture Irve
Klieforth, is pictured in the fore-
ground, with two unidentified Spencer
players. Donnie Schauer and Bruce Mi-
ttlestadt are shown in the background.
The next shows Jim Vetter; No. 48; Leo
-nard Eauer 42 and Mel Strombeck No.58
running interference for an end around
play. The lower left hand picture sh-
ows Jim Vetter going around left end,
Mel Strombeck behind referee Bill Koz-
oloski. Don Kieser No. 50 and Leonard
Bauer No. 42 are running interference.
The last picture shows Don Kieser car-
rying the ball for a first down around
The people of Abbotsford waited for 10 long years for another
football team and were finally rewarded.
Abbotsford 19--5pencer O.
No. 1 On the afternoon of September 19 a strong Spencer team invaded
the Abbotsford "11". Neither team was able to score in the first
quarter but by half time Abbotsford had hit pay dirt twice and had
also collected one extra point to take a lead of 15 to O. The third
quarter was another scoreless one but in the fourth Abbotsford coll-
ected one more touchdown to bring the final score 19 to 0. Bauer,
Strombeck, and Vetter scored one touchdown each, with Keller contrib-
uting the extra point.
Abbotsford 50--Medford 0.
No. 2 On Sept. 29 the Abbotsford team. toured to Medford ,and land-
ed Medford a 50 to O heating. The first half was a hard and close
-1y fought battle with Abbotsford edging ahead 6 to 0. In the second
half Abbotsford got their machine rolling and raised their score to
50 and holding Medford scoreless. Kaiser and Hohnson scored two tou-
chdowns each, Keller, Vetter, Strombeck and Wilke collected one each
and Klieforth booted two extra points.
Abbotsford O--SpenCer 6
No. 3 Abbotsford lost a thrilrer to Spencer on Oct. 4. The Game was
played in ankledeep mud and a driving rain, this slowed the game down
very much; The first half ended in a O to 0 tie, but Spencer came be
-ck in the third quarter to make a touchdown and succeeded in holking
Abbotstord sporeless throughout the game. h
Abbotsford 6--Loya1 35
No. 4 A high spirited team left Abbotsford on the afternoon of Oct.
9 and traveled to Loyal only to return a beaten team once again.Loyal
was hble to score 55 points and allowed Abbotsford to cross the goal
line but once, the lonely Abbotsford touchdown was scored by Vetter.
Abbotsford lQ-slldford 2
No. 5 With revenge as their motto the Medford "Bees" invaded Abbots-
ford on Oct. 15. Neither team was able to score a touchdown in the
let, half although Medford Was able to paste Abbotsford bhck.and get
credit for a softy. In the second half Abbotsford racked up three
touchdowns and 1 extra point, Kieser collected himself two touchdowns
Vetter one end Klieforth added the extra point.
Abbotsford 12--Port Edwards 36
No. 6 Homecomingllil The boys from Port Edwards clawed out a hard
fight, and a hard earned victory from the Abbotsford "11". The score
hardly tells the story. We found Port Edwards on top after one half
of hard fighting, one touchdown was the only difference. When the
end of the third quarter came around, Abbotsford had the score all
tied up 12 to 12, but had lost the services of their quarterback Don
Kieser, he had hurt his arm early in the quarter. In the 4th quart-
er Port Edwards trampled through the Abbotsford team for 24 points,
totegd :p with a-56 to 12 lead. Kieser and Strombeck scored for Abb
-0 s or ;
Abbotsford 12--Mosinee 40 D
No. 7 The game opened' very fast with Abbotsford gettin 12 oints
and Mosinee 27 in the first quarter. In the remainder 8of thg game
Abbotsford was held scoreless but Mosinee succeeded inhgettinggl3
points for'themselves. The Abbotsford scoring was done by Vetterand
Keller, one each.
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Back Row:, Mr. Ellis, A. Uhlig, K. Baumgatner, A. Schmirler,
and K. Anderson.
Second Row: D. Laack, B. Mittelstadt, B. Laabs, D. Schauer,
G. Laack, D. Zobrak, R. Grambort.
Third Row: J. Steffen, R. Keller, I. Klieforth, J. Vetter,
and D. Kieser
Abbotsfords 1947-48 basketball team----the squad of which so much
was expected went through a very disappointing season, much of which
was due to the loss of 4 brilliant prospects who quit the squad ea-
rly in the season. The members of the squad who remained did a very
good job of filling in. The scoring honors were very evenly distribu-
ted, with every member of the lst "5" capturing the honors in at least
1 game. The Ramblers closed the season with a record of 9 wins and 12
defeats and third place in the SC conference.
Abbotsford 54--Colby 19
An early season win over Colby gave the Ramblers a auspicious
start. The speedy Abby team plowed Colby under with the score of 54-h-
19. Vetter and Klieforth were top scorers for Abby with 12 and 11 po-.
Abbotsford 2l--Loyal 58
Loyal handed Abby their lst setback of the year in a fast and
vfurious game at Loyal. The Abby "5" were swept off their feet early
in the game when Loyal rushed them and were near able to settle down,
after that. I
Abbotsford 27--Dorchester 29
For the let conference game of the season Abby tackled to meet a
imighty Dorchester "5" at Dorchester. The Ramblere controlled the game
for 5 quarters but in the 4th quarter Dorchester hit the hoop from all
angles and the game ended with Dorchester on the better end of th
the scoring. Klieforth passed the losers with 8 points.
Abbotsford 57--Medford 28
On ahother conference game the Ramblers downed a tall rangy led-
ford team 57 to 28. Scoring honors were again captured by Klieforth
who sent 5 field goals and as many free throws for 15 points.
jAbbotsford 55--Westboro 5?
, The Ramblers traveled to Westboro to meet the Weetboro quintet 1n
bbys 5rd conference game of the year. It was a nip and tackle ball
ame. All the way with the lead changing leads many times. When the
ame went off the Northlandere had A 2 point edge and the Ramblers
tdrcpped their second conference tilt. Kieser dropped 18 points thro-,
hgh the hoop for Abby.
lAbbotsford 5'7--Edge.r 49-
Abby traveled to Edger for another nonconference tilt but found
the Edgar teem too tall and speedy. The Abby "5" was soundly troaned
by the Edgar boys 49 to 37. Kieser and Klieforth were top scorers for
abby with 15 and 14 points respectively.
Abbotsford 26--Rib Lake 52
The Ramblers traveled to Rib Lake for the next game of the season
and absorbed their 2rd straight defeat tothe tune of 32 to 26. Again
IKieeer and Klieforth sparked Abby with 10 and 8 points respectively.
Abbotsford 52--Unity 22
The Abby boys finally pulled themselves into the win colume byi
trouncing Unity 52 to 22. Keller and Kieeer were the big guns for Abby
with 15 and 14 points respectively.
Abbotsford 56--Marathon 40
A long trip over to Marathon proved to no avail after Abby lost a
thriller to the Marathon boys. Baumgatner, Vetter and Klieforth ecc-
ounted for 50 of Abbyb points withilo each.
Abbotsford 28--Colby 39 .
Abby traveled to Colby for the next game of the season and once
more returned home defeaten. Abby played very bad bell and were unable
to hit the hoop. Keller reached up 8 points to the high for Abby.
Abbotsford 34--Loya1 31
Back on their own floor the Ramblers succeeded in downing Loyal
54 to 31, Keller captured the scoring honors again.
Abbotsford 40--Withee 23h
Kieser was high with 17 points and Abby rolled on to take up an-
other win for the Ramblers.
.Abbotaford 37--Dorchester 35
With revenge in their eyes Abby met the Dor-hi basketball team on
'bey'e hone floor. The game was a close one with each team taking the
lead several times during the game. But Abby proved to be to much for
the Dorchester boys. Klieforth Abbys center was the outstanding player
on the floor with 15 points for Abby.
'Abbotsrord 42--Meqrord 40
In a hard fought battle the Abby Ramblers downed the Medford Quin
-tet 42 to 40. The Abby team led throughout the game and did a nice
bit of stalling in the final minutes of play. Kieser and Klieforth
the senior scoring twins lead the Abby team with 14 and 15 points.
Abbotsford 47--Westboro 49 tovertimei
Abby met Westboro in Abby for the Host thrilling game of the sea-
son. Both teams were tied at the half. Abby pulled ahead by 1 point
in the 5rd quarter and the game ended in a 57-37 deadlock. The overtim
proved fatal for Abby who was not aule to score but Westboro did score
two points to win the game.' Again it was Kieser and Klieforth with 29
poihts together, 15 of these were by Kieser. V
Abbotsford 55--Rib Lake 55
Once more the breaks were against Abby and they were downed by the
boys from Rib Lake 55 to 53. The lead exchanged hands many times dur-
ing the game, but Abby was finally downed.'The high point nan for Abby
Abbotsford 55--Unity 54
The Ramblers anxious to get back in the win colume traveled to
Unity to meet Unity in their new Community Hall. Abby turned the eve-
ning into a very disappointing one for Unity by benchinr them 55 to
54. Klieforth had 17 points and Kieser 16.
Abboteford 56--Marathon 41
Centinenal game! The Marathon boys proved to be too much for Abby
and downed the Rambler 41 to 56. Klieforth got credit for 12 of the
Abby points to be high. The.armory was decorated very pretty and the
band played and marched. Much credit must be given to Mr. Juneau for
training the band to do so well;
Abbotsford 68--Granton 54
Play-offs with Granton representing the'gouthern 3C and Abby the
Northern two eVenly matched teams clashed to fight off for 5rd place.
Klieforth and Keller shared the spotlight for scoring with 14 and 11
Abbotsford 27--Edgar 38
The Edgar Quintet lived up to their expectations and run Abby un-
der 58--27 the game was close the 1st half. But after that Abby fell
behind and never trom then on were they able to score the Edgar boys.
bbotsford 29--Athens 47
The Athens Bluebirds upset the Ramblersto.take Abby from the tou-
rney running. Keller was high for Abby with 8 points.
This camt to end the 1947-48 basketball season. The Ramblers com
-pleted their season with a record of 9 wins and 12 loses. The team
elected Klieforth as their honory captain.
Klieforth V J. Steffen
K. Baumgatner Schauer
'Back Row: G. Venzkegd . Keller, R. Handrich, I. Klie-
forth, and B. Laabs.
,Second Row: L. Bauer, J. Steffen, A. Schaefer, D.-Kieser
and D. Schauer.
At the time of this writing baseball season here at
,Abby has just been nicely started; Therefore, anything
that was said would be merely guesswork. However, 46 boys
reported for practice and coach Handrich expects a good
Hemphill, and L. Bunkleman. -
Third Row: J. Loucks, D. Kieser, R. Keller, F. Blanke, B.
Mittelstadt, A. Schmirler, and J. Steffen.
Jim Vetter ------------------- President.
Ray Johnson ------------------ Sergeant-at-arms.
Don Kieser ------------------- Clerk.
George Venzke ---------------- Vice President.
Jim Vetter :was elected president; George Venzke,
Vice-president; Don Kieser, Treasure; and Ray Johnson,
the sergeant-at-arms. It is hoped by all the members
that the A-Club will continue on each year.
The A-Club is the newest club at Abby High. It was
organized by Coach Ellis at the end of our football sea-
son. Participants in athletics primarily formed to pro-
tect the letter, to increase sports interest in the sc
-hocl, and to better sportsmanship.
Mr. Ellis, B. Steffen, D. Schauer, K. Baumgat-
ner, W. Schauer, I. Klieforth, and G. Venzke.
Second Row: J. Venzke, D. Hulse, L. Bauer, J. Vetter, B.
Do you have the post-tournament blues or the pre-prom jitters?
Do you have that run-down feeling resulting from overwork, overplay,
overeating, and oversleeping? Or maybe, when you have at last decided
to tell off the faculty and let them know who's running this school,
you sudienly turn green and remembering you have an appointment else
where, do an about face and with knees knocking crawl out the door.
Still you may be one of those who are-tired of being unecessarily
persecuted by big bullying teachers; tired of being forced to toil
over huge books, pencils and reams of paper under the watchful gleam
of Mr. Handrich; tired of being the insignificant puppydog to people
WHO seem so stupid and ignorant. For remember, at the age of 16 ithru
21 you know more than you ever will.
If your troubles fall into any of the above categories, try TIL-
LIESE BUBBLE BOUNCER LOZINGES. They satisfy, they rival the finest of
opium in all China. Buy them at your nearest bewling alley or see
their exclusive agent Don Hoesely, for details. TILLIES have helped
such noted people as Ken Baumgartner and Pat Dolan in their ordeal of
the JUNIOR PROM; Jim Vetter, Jim Steffen, and Reno Schaffer after trek
return from Wausau; Jean Laack, in her frequent trips to Athens; and
yours truly, after writing this article.
SIGN BELOW IF INTERESTED:
?he Class of 1948
Security state Bank'
H. C. Zank
Locker Plant and Market
Fancy, fregh, and frozen
meats, fish, poultry and sausage.
Probessing - Curing and Smoking
HOFFMAN'S VARIETY STORE
Ready to wear,
Cosmetics and Novelties
Berger's Northland Henneries
Fancy Hennery Eggs
Steffen's Service Station
Class of 1948
Dodge and Plymouth
THOMSON OIL COMPANY
Marketers of the leading
Gasoline in Abbotsford
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Gokey's Barber Shop
Meats. V. L. Goke; Prep-
for the CLIFF'S
Excellent shoe repair
Reichersamer's Shoe Shop
Ice $ Fuel
Case Fann Machinery
for alley reservation
ASSURANCE SOCIETY kUTUAL
DES MOINES, IOWA
M. CL Thompson
Abbotsford Phone: Q-J
Fresh meats - vegetables
O p F
at your service
Kaisers Barber Shop
Danielson Dry Cleaners
Abbotsford beauty Shop
Cathryn Brunkhorst - manager
Northern States Power Co.
For Fine Quality
Bi - Rite Store
For Fine Bakery
The Home Bakery
WHITE HOUSE MILK COMPANY, INC.
Felkers Service PACKERS OF WHITE HOUSE BRAND
Goodyear tires and batteries - EVAPORATED MILK
Shell Petroleum Prod. SOLD AT ALL
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Dr. E- J- Schmidt I Coast to Coast Store
Dentist Finest Hardware
from coast to coast
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For the Farm, Home, and Industry Bill's Clothing
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EXPERIENhE TS A GOOD TEACHER.
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