Alexander High School - Moccasin Yearbook (Nekoosa, WI)

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vi 'F' 125' ,A , if ,ib- ,1 w .u " Q, ., 37' 1.. f 3 1' f?-'YIWK MARCH GF T1 ME -wif 'Q-'f "' ,4,-,Q ,..-,..-...4h1ih4' KJ ..... z 9 pg '-HVL' 1 w-1--v--H-I--'v"""" TH L SCHOO XANDER HIGH I AU 'IHE MOCCASIN CLUB OF ALEXANDER PRESENTS THE 1949 50 EDITION OE HE MOCCASIN THE NEXXI GRADE SCHOOL IN THE PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTION 7' J 1- ...- I 5. A S. W' 5 EHNEV' ,, Xwef 'Hose will wecmrwaoe V4 S Oaks f ofzlelle . .6 'Q is Nom cab A! W ow wing A6 ??040Af4QJ, !6t9 t 'xl V QV R300 X e669 V30 x X326 MSW QQ ii Uc N oc 1936 ifx X' ,ffff ,eiig DEDICA TION We, the Seniors of Alexander High School, wish to express our deepest gratitude to our parents for their sincere kindness and loving patience. They have given us sufficient food, shelter, and clothing so that we might obtain an education. Wfith love and esteem, we dedicate the 1950 edition of the Moccasin to you, our parents. Supermtendent A D WICKLUND Adm1n1strat1on The members who make up the Ad m1n1strat1on of Alexander Hlgh School are well quallfled for thelr Job Thelr duty IS to make condltrons better for the students to decide on educatlonal work and to select our faculty Wxth the students 1n mmd they also plan the school calendar and schedule the lm portant events of the commg school year VUe the Senxors of 1950 wlsh to express our deepest gratitude for the fme work bemg done by our Admmns tratlon members Mr S1d Brooks has been selected to replace Mr Walter Kers ten who reslgned IH anuary WA LTER KFRSTEN Chaxrman MRS GLENN BUCHANAN Dnrector A C FREEMAN Treasurer Clerk MRS MOLLIE DUNHAM Dxrector SU? BROOKS ASSISIHDI Superintendent H J SCHUREN CHESTER KORBOL JOYCE GUENSBERG GEORGIA GIES 29954 LUELLA LEVERANCE MARY HALF BFTH HUGHES Grade School Facult Alexander Hlghs grade school faculty has played an important part ln the duel opmg of small chlldren entermg Klndergarten to graduatmg semors Thenr wlsdom patxence, and understandlng have helped us to overcome many obstacles We the senior class wlsh to express our deepest gratltude and slncere appreclatlon to them for all the help and gundance they have grven us ERFDERIC KEITHLFX MIINNIF HFNTSCHFL RUTH POTTER ELIZABETH PHILLEO VIILDRFD KEITHLEX H1511 SChO0I Faclult MARX IIC Ix Homf. I'u1nnmu.s IHIROIN HOIxI' NIdlI1EI1l.lllLS ADOLPH IxO2'LOVSKY Sueme Bm Suzurs Freshman Loanh 101 'N 0 UNO U S uclil SHLHQ C u.1Lh,nA IDXVARD RIHINS1 RXINI5 Co.1nI1 and Phx Iducallun Il I IfHIIC Nu uv' ff-B846 1 C I X DF XVALI PNI-ANC: Huron Cleographx Debate Y I W I 1xm1sc1RosNlciK, fm i ' 1 A ' - 3 ' ' ' .- i ' ' 'N 1 ' 'l, .f I' 1.Uci,r.1 ' . Q, .1 mb , 1 I W fr I' 1 ' , 1 MQ, A, f Layout Edztors Bryan Amundson Carol Braun Adusor Mr Hobe he Moccasm taff Baek Rou Suhsrrzptzon Manager Russ Dunne Adler jjszng Rlrm ZAZQ luh Buszness Manager john Steznberg 1 1 W T Photography Rxrhard Goodard Art Daun Rzrkel Art AT: Gsxffgl Ugyzfgg iljzjzres egiizdl rgfggzlir Adz zsor M1ss Grosmfk Pzftures fanlfe johnson Mllley w...J Bark Rou, Lzterary Editor, janet Drews Art La Vern Lanfour Sports Ashley Frezberg Helper Gene Krcmar Second Rau Class WJII Belelyn Moody Typzst Marlene Oleson Helper La Vera Oleson Typzst Mary Ann W eater Muszc loan Gazre Izrst Row Typzst Io Martmson Senior Seflzon Bel1a Losey Class Prophery Mary Mayer Typzst Dorothy Sfhmtdt Semor Calendar Gertrude Franfzs FALL X,-an J H' X ww' '45'?3'?J Ja. ,ff ,fcyfsl lx Q I MICKEX MICHAELKAMP MRS STFVENS AND MRS CARL Offne Clerk Cooks MD 21555335 0 Dgmwf and 1101 sUUU?x O' H63 STUDENT LIBRARIANS ESS M 5 Y ami The school paper The Lrttle Moccasm has been publrshed perlod lcally by the eighth hour Englrsh section and helpers Real news of our school IS recorded so that our students wrll have a school paper that rs not just momentarrlyf mter estlng but one which can be proudly kept for we or fifty years Advisors of The Little Moccasrn are Mrss Bohn and Mrss Draeger The Moccasin Club The Photo Club The Photo Club der the dxrectlon of Mr Darkovs has been very actne durlng the entrre year The club has pro udcd xtself vslth .1 well equrpped darkroom for deyeloprng negatlves and prrnts They haxe pro xxded many pictures for the school yearbook the Moccasm tp ini' QW 7 v- 41-, 'va-1' 109 EQ ,N 440,15 942 , 14' K g li" QA H 1 .4 '1 1. 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NORA4 IJEMLING - " 'Iiemling lo Dumzef besl passing torn- bnmlxon in the Shire." K lk L KI pa. Tom W'or1h, Bob Vrilaxu, Kerry Hinkle, Frank Slenilrerg. Ellis Hulk Knu-Tom Blackburn, Gordon Crime. Pa! ape e, en all U eater, Keno Plenge, Dirk Srrzitb, Manager. Serum! Rnu-Coach Kebmtraml, jobn Drews. Hob Bufhamm, Carl .-iremll, Herb Sirrlek, Len Gnodriexs, Cburlie King. jim Nnhle, Dirk Blount, Wugrie Ifreerrmn, Coach Ostrorn. l'irsl Rau-Don Guxlin, Don Brunner, jim Zurfluh, Hank Alluurderl, Rini Dunne, .N'rnrm1r1 liemling. Boyd llzlkner. I.al'err1e Druid, Imnle l'u1.11'a, .elrrmld Garliu. Football . .. UNBEATEN-UNTIED 1949 CHAMPIONS OF THE LUMBERJACK CONFERENCE . 7 , Football prospects at the opening of practice were not very encouraging. The backfield had lost only one man by graduation, but the line had lost almost all the veterans of last year. To make the picture even more gloomy, the boys who were try- ing out were not too heavy, compared with other years. Howeverg things looked a little brighter with LaVerne David, a W'aukesha letterman, and Hank Allwarden, who returned from Wausau in time for the opening of school. A week before the opening game with Stanley, Adams-Friendship scrimmaged our boys. Although the visitors were as big as our team, they could not match our skill and fighting spirit. ling, 'Rl'5S Dl NNE - "'I'lve 'l'0ml1- FRANK VOTAVA - Ile broke 'down Tu'in.v," Dunne um! lfem- lVu14pafu'5 spirit ufillr bis 35- yurd touthdo wn. CHUCK DAVID All Con HANK ALLWARDEN All ference furifle All Stale Honor Con erenfe guard be made a Ro If yard tomhdoun run aguznsl Med ord SEPTEMBER 17 NEKOOSA 13 STANLEY 0 Nekoosa co champions of the Lumberjack Conference traveled to Stanley for the openlng conference game of the season Len Goodness scored from the erght yard Ime and Norm Fem Img passed 40 yards to Russ Dunne to gnve Ne koosa the vrctory Femlmg mlssed the frrst extra pomt try but made the second Russ Dunne stood out offensrvely and defenslvely as the outstandmg player on the field that mght Norm Femlmg also looked good by completmg four out of erght passes mcludmg one for a touchdown SEPTEMBER 23 NEKOOSA 20 WEST FIELD 0 In the second football game of the ference game wxth a strong Westfneld team The fnrst quarter was a see saw battle with both teams showmg great offenslve powers At the begmnmg of the second quarter Nekoosa held Westfleld on the one foot Ime stoppnrg a determmed touch down drive Nekoosa took over and Femlmg krck ed from deep rn end zone to out of bounds on Westfleld 29 yard Ime Later 1n the second quarter Femlmg scored from the four yard Ime and also kicked the extra pomt so the score at half tlme was 7 0 In the second half Femlmg threw a 32 yard pass to Russ Dunne for Nekoosas second touchdown but the extra pomt was blocked I the closmg mlnutes of the game Len Goodness d owe over from the 8 yard l1ne and Femlm krcked the extra pomt to make the score 20 0 SEPTEMBER 30 NEKOOSA 39 MOSINEE The frrsr touchdown came m the fnrst pernod when Norm Femlmg passed 11 yards B Garvin After recovermg another Mosmee fumble deep rn Mosmee terrltory Russ Dunne raced 15 yards off tackle for the second touchdown Nekoosa scored once more ln the frrst half when Femlmg passed to Dunne for 35 yards extra pomts In the second half Len Goodness ran 34 yards for a touchdown and 40 yards for an other one The scormg was completed m the final seconds as Femlmg scored from the 2 foot Ime OCTOBER 7 NEKOOSA 52 TOMAHAWK The Nekoosa Papermakers playmg thelr Homecommg game of the 1949 season complete ly crushed Tomahawk by a score of 52 7 Ne koosa started fast by scormg three touchdowns ln the first quarter Frank Votava scored first on a 24 yard run Norm Femlmg drove 4 yards for the second score and also crrcled the end for 11 yards and the thlrd marker Two of the extra pomt trles were good and one was blocked Femlmg scored the fourth touchdown on a yard plunge and passed to Russ Dunne to make the score 33 0 at the half Dunne goes over for a touchdown A UPIWI foofbflll ffm . - f , U ll. 2 ' ' f . - y - . .' 3 ' . 7 - I n 4 , I 4 . . to " 0" . 7 , . - , - . I year, Nekoosa traveled south to Play a nomcon, and another score. Femling also kicked the three - l , I 1 ' . - - , Q 1 . - 7 - , 9 9 ' . 1 ' . 1 Y . , . I , . n . BO GARVIN Outstandmg dounfxeld blocker on our team C OAC II JOHN OS'l ROM In the second half Dunne crrcled end for 7 yards and another touch down and also caught a 40 yard pass from Iaemlmg for the sex enth touch down Femlxng completed the scormg for the evenrng bv runnlng 50 yards through the entire Tomahawk team for the last touchdovsn OCTOBER 14 NEKOOSA 19 TOMAH 13 An unbeaten and unscored upon Tomah eleven came to Nekoosa wrth hugh hopes of being the frrst team to defeat the Papermakers thrs season Tomah seemed on the way to accomplrshrng thls ln the flrst half but rn the second half was unable to stop a determmed rally by a frghtrng Nekoosa team and lost by a score of 1913 Tomah scored fnrst early rn the frrst quarter after recovering a Nekoosa fumblc on the Nekoosa 25 yard l1ne Nekoosa became the frrst team to score on Tomah th1s season as Norm Femlmg threw a touchdown pass to Russ Dunne on a play that covered 68 yards Tomah came frghtrng back and droye 70 yards for a touchdown to make the score at halftime 13 6 Early rn the thxrd quarter Dunne raced 37 yards around end to make the score 13 12 About the mrddle of the sec ond half Nekoosa started a march that totaled 95 yards and was capped when Femlrn drove oyer for the wmnm touchdown g 8 OCTOBER Z1 NEKOOSA 39 MEDFORD 14 Nekoosa closed rts home season by wmnrng the undnsputed Lumberyack Conference tltle played on a wet and muddy freld but the Purple and Whrte made nt srx wrns rn a row by havrng the greater scormg punch Nekoosa scored the frrst trme they had the ball as Femlmg drove over from the three and also klcked the extra pornt Medford came rrght back and tred the game at seven all but from there on Nekoosa had the game well rn hand Dunne raced 40 yards around end and also took a pass from Femlmg to make the score 20 7 at halftlme In the second half Goodness scored from the three and Femlrng went over from the four The frnal touchdown was on a tackle around play as lrneman Hank Allwarden went 16 yards to make the total 39 14 rn favor of Nekoosa NOVEMBER 1 NEKOOSA 27 WAUPACA 0 Nekoosa ended an unbeaten and untled season by trimming Waupaca 27 O 1n the frnal game at Waupaca The Papermakers were held 1n check rn the frrst and thrrd quarters but they scored twlce rn each of the second and fourth quarters to wm agarnst a fxghtlng Waupaca team Norm Femlrng passed to Russ Dunne for the two touchdowns rn the second quarter Russ made a beautrful catch rn the end zone for the flrst score and later aided by a great block by Bo Garvin he made a dazzlmg run along the sidelines to go over for the second one In the fourth quarter Frank Votava raced around end without a hand being lard on h1m and ID the frnal mmutes Len Goodness nntercepted a Waupaca pass and ran the remarnrng 50 yards to the goal to make the fmal score 27 0 IU faxor of Nekoosa JIM ZURFLUH DON GUSTIN Offensxre end Plenty of :punk that dzd a great fob on defense BOYD FALKNER Fax: defensne tackle LEN KLAPPA He was great ly mused by the squad after recexwng hrs knee mfury . , - y . . . . . y . I, , . , . A I ' V . 4 ' E Y l I as they' trrumphed over a game Medford team 39-14. The game was 3 - . . . '- , . Y - 3 9 , . . . . y , . Y u n ' ' ' ' 7 . .. . . ,I 1 n . , . . , ' v ,, ,, . . , . . . . l Left 1949 Champlonshlp trophy of the Lumberjack Conference Center Trophy presented by bus1 nessmen of Nekoosa Rxght 1948 C0 Champlonshlp Tro Dhy won by Nekoosa and Mosmee Football Banquet Mr. A. D. Wicklund, Secretary of the Lumber- jack Conference, pre- sents the Conference Championship Trophy to Russ Dunne. Coach Ostrom presentmg letter to Norman Femhng A H S band leads lbe porfde Queen Mary Ann and her fgufl thls year was a crownlng of the ueen Mary Ann Weayer and complete Success lt was a beautrful October day her court conslstrng of Dorothy Schmidt anet with clear blue skles and sunshme Festrvmes be Drews Carole Klappa Nancy Cleveland and gan thc nrght before wlth a snake dance and bon Mrckey Crowns A parade was held down Maln frre, followed the next day by a pep meetmg, and Street and after the game a dance was held Porl of lhe big rrowd ibut witnessed lhe parade Boy Smm floor K Pep rally Market Street We Scalbed Tomalmuk Sophomore float urns Isl prize Fgfk Cy a n . d Qfg-wns 1-. omg the Hsllli Q -c. 1. Daisy S CHEERLEADERS er Audrey lsomeczka Leah Hotcbknss Mukey Crowns loyce Fuller rlwoepb to xgwr L ALL 7TH AND GRADE EOOTB STH e I to 1 g 'Iuel Scale XX a ne 11671 Mr Br Y en Sammi Roms e Fu en ot 1' fl M1 e Wemef efe Kurs! R anev Gary Oleson Goddmd Xl ul f P1514 R ger lxeepevs AY buf 1 Emf Tyd d an Debate Nancy Cla e und g u 9 Mr W allen dn ,Im ur Back Rau j0,u1gi:'y:'lgf!ff,ncl Gene lxrcrnzr P10711 Rau J umor Forensugb Back row Sally Sanger Alice Coon Eunice Smrth jean Beppler Donna Engwall Norma Francxs Ruth Blount Palxy Eberms Second rou Shirley Sabloulcb Donna Hut clnnxon Eva Gallagher Sandra Toppzng Mil dred Hotcbkxss Flo d Y Hancock Ronme Pzerce Fxrsl row LeRoy Sar zer Bzlly McCoog Ben Rotller M155 Aaberg Iacquelxne Mzltzmore 's..ff"3'f J'- G s ' X A , It I, ,. . -' " , ."!' . ' ,' rl ,,,,.j'Vy,.'l FfCSl1fn an Basketball L fr lo Rou 2 X o row Leroy Coon o Plenge Don Bey o a lor W l M Ted McKee Deion m Ldncour Bolo Votama kerry Hmlzle Bob Sommer e a ter urray Sae er l k Kou jun Sparks rn Wnrln Gordon Gxese Bo llromx rn Nhlkey r lsoz on y 1 ilk lxenn Margaux Gary Dickey Mzke Weauer lun Top ro ere lxrrst Ronald Pierce Wayne a e 1 y I Strand Im reeman Second rou Floyd Hanfo lf LeRo Sarxer Gxry Godd d Arthur ll nlke Ronaldllrrd l ul Bryan Harold Enerson Snnng Mr Brnten Ben Rottler Harry Sclmndr ll alter Plsula Ro er Keepers Arnold Guenlber Gary Oleson 'ith G d 8th ra e Basketball and nd d Relifuna Codfb E NOVEMBER 15: Port Edwards 52, Nekoosa 47 - Port Edwards took an eight point lead at the end of the first quarter and maintained it throughout most of the game, to defeat Nekoosa 52-47. Norm Femling had 12 points and Russ Dunne had 11 to lead the Papermakers. Zurfluh of Port was high scorer for the evening with eighteen points. NOVEMBER 18: Antigo 56, Nekoosa 44 - Playing their first conference game of the season and also their first home game, the Nekoosa Papermakers dropped a hard fought contest to a sharpshooting Antigo five, 56 Bob Tum Black2l:1t41Ll1:l,gET4"LaV egieflglriiv Kitfus b, Tom 4 1111 Nobles' kbufn' - VW" ' gyafld' Dunne' . im Blaf kv IW' Rebfv . Rim ef Smmlrirjay, Hdnililgefg, Clllzixan Fefllllngv Mandg b Gerald n Tygryv Fnmk S!eGuS'm, No w: , no , Back yan, Rgkmt, omoggub Buzilafigfcmaf, D011 Secoflfinfogill Arjgsgbodfless' Ge ' ,. Lev First 'ow' . . . Basketball to 44. Eemling was again the high point man for Ne- koosa with 16 points while Hoeft led all scorers with 26 points. NOVEMBER 22: Rhinelander 56, Nekoosa 50 - Playing a listless game, Nekoosa dropped its second conference game to Rhinelander as the Hodags came out on top by a score of 56 to 30. Rhinelander jumped into an early lead, holding the lead to the end of the game. Russ Dunne led the Papermakers with 12 points and Verage was high for Rhinelander with 17. DECEMBER 2: Nekoosa 45, Mosinee 29 Cnon-confer- encej - Nekoosa High school won its first basketball game of the season by trouncing a weak Mosinee five. 43 to 29. Nekoosa took the lead early in the game and Mosinee was never able to catch up. Femling lead the scoring for Nekoosa with eleven points. DECEMBER 6: Nekoosa 42, Ripon 58 Cnon-confer- encej - Led by Gene Krcmar, who dropped in twenty- two points Nekoosa edged out Ripon in a thrilling con- ei Bob Bu gh- : Afe"d" aa Amalfi Ga' lest on Rrpon s floor 42 58 Rrpon htd a hard drtvmg team but they tould not match the tomblned stormg cfforts of lxrtmar and lemlmg who stored H of our 1? pomts DPC PWBIR 2 Merrrll 40 Nekoosa '17 Stagtng a thrtllrng uphtll ftght the lNekoosa Papermakers tted Nlerrtll tt the end of the regulatlon plaxlng ttme but lost tn the extra period 40 to 37 Norm Fcmltng led th wat nth l pomts but a basket ht Xoung and a free throw ht Hershfresser Lltnched the game for Nlerrrll NORMAN FEMLIKNG One o the lop len seorers zn lbe ron er ence ARNOLD GARVIN He helped win the Rzpon game wztb a basket zn the las! mm utes DFCPMBIHR 15 Medford 29 lNekoosa Z6 Plaung a ragged game and shootmg poor the Nekoosa Paper makers lost a 29 to 26 declslon to Medford The loss of lemlmg and Coodness late rn the game hurt our nhantes and Medford held on to their lead throughout the enttre tontest lNorm Femltng was hrgh pomt man vtlt 13 DPC FMBPR 16 Tomahawk 55 Nekoosa 711 ar ure to make a field goal tn the ftrst Quarter agam hm dered the Papermakers as thes dropped a ltstless contest to Tomahawk 55 to 23 Another factor rn the defeat vsas the fatlure to comert 16 out of ZR free throvss lNorm Femltng led Nekoosa vuth 8 pomts IJFCPMBPR 19 Wrsconsm Rapxds So lNekoosa '15 Plaung one of therr best games of the tear the lNekoosa Papermal-:ers gaxe Raprds a tough battle but fmalls vsent dovsn before the height of Gurtler and the stormg abtl tts of Mader lNekoosa managed to pull vsrthm 8 pomts at one ttme durtng the contest hut then a fmal spurt bt the Rapids produced the vrctory Femltng led Nekoosa vslth 11 pomts vshrle Mader had 22 for XX'lscons1n Rapids JANUARX 6 Nekoosa 42 Adams Frtendshtp 21 Cnon tonferemej Usmg the tvso platoon systems to good adwantage the Nekoosa Papermakers easlls defeated a week A Y ftwe The seore was tied 88 at the end of the fnrst quarter hut the Hsttors soon fell far behtnd Cene lxrtmar and lxelth Buchanan led the lNekoosa scormg wtth erght pomts each IANUARX 14 Stewens Pomt 82 lNekoosa SS koosa was swamped bs a sharpshoottng ftve from Pomt 82 to 35 Pomt got off to an earls start and coasted all the vsay to the vutory Len Goodness led Nekoosa vuth 13 pomts whtle Kardach had 28 and Cable 24 for Stevens Point JANUARH 17 Mosmee 41 Nekoosa 58 Cnon con ferencej tn a close see saw battle Mosmee gamed revenge for an earller defeat handed them here at lNe koosa The score was 41 38 The game was close all the was and only a fevs pomts separated the two teams throughout the contest Norm Femlmg Cene lxrcmar and Len Goodness each had ten pomts to lead the Ne koosa scorrng JANUARH Z0 Nekoosa 42 Marshfxeld 41 An tn spxred Nekoosa qutntet handed heavrls favored Marsh fteld tts second conference defeat of the season Nekoosa Bekooxa and Sie: ens Point players go lugh m the tur for 11 rebound HAROLD HAIN COC ls Small but just ' , -F , 1 ' ' ' 1 " ' . 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Y Y V. , , ,, .- .Y . , . , 1 , I 1 ' Y I , . , . . . . . , . - , . . . . 1 1 'slit 511 BILL ANDERSOIN A good reserz e S THE REGIONAL TOURNAMENT TEAM Bark row Frank Stenxberg Kerlb Buchanan Don Tracy Wayne Freeman Second row Leonard Goodness Irm Votaza Arnold Garzxn B111 Anderson Harold Hancock First rou, Gene Krcmar Nor man Femlzng Russ Dunne Don Gustzn ferry Ktlrush started strong and maintained a lead throughout the game Norm Femling had 12 points for high score JANUARY 23 Ripon 48 Nekoosa 35 Cnon confer encej After playing good basketball tn the first half Nekoosa fell before a smooth Ripon five 48 to 35 Ripon held Nekoosa to two baskets in the last quarter and thereby gained the victory Norm Femling again was high scorer with 21 points and thus raised his seasons total to 155 ANUARY 27 Wausau 54 Nekoosa 35 Wausau pumped off to a 14 to 4 first quarter lead and coasted most of the way to a 54 to 35 win in a game played at Wausau Only in the final quarter could Nekoosa match the Lumberlacks as our boys outscored them 15 points to 11 jerry Kitrush was high point man for Nekoosa with 9 points JANUARY 31. Port Edwards 54 Nekoosa 32 Cnon- conferencej - Making 14 baskets out of 27 shots in the first half Port Edwards defeated Nekoosa for the second time this year 54 to 32. The Papermakers played Port on more even terms in the second half but could not make up the deficit. Russ Dunne scored eight points to be high man for Nekoosa. FEBRUARY 3: Tomahawk 45 Nekoosa 42 - - koosa scored 16 points in the third quarter but then did not score until almost midway in the last period as Tomahawk came from behind to win 45 to 42. Russ Dunne scored 11 points the third quarter with a total of twelve for the evening. FEBRUARY 10: Wisconsin Rapids 63 Nekoosa 35- A fighting Nekoosa team was not over-awed by the num- ber two team in the state' and gave the Raiders a terrific battle in the first half. The score was 28 to 20 in favor of Wisconsin Rapids. In the second half the visitors had too much power for the Purple and White, and we went down by a score of 63 to 35. Norm Femling had a total of 17 points for high point honors. FEBRUARY 17: Stevens Point 84, Nekoosa 30 - Stevens Point downed our Nekoosa Papermakers by a score of 84-30, but they did not outfight us, as our boys stayed in there and fought until the final whistle. Nekoosa could not match the height and balanced scor- ing power of the Panthers, but jerry Kitrush played a good game and led Nekoosa in scoring with nine points. FEBRUARY 24: Marshfield 43, Nekoosa Z9 - Ne- koosa dropped the last conference game of the season to Marshfield, 43-29, in a slow game played at Marsh- field. Both teams could not seem to get started and it was a question of ,who missed the most easy shots. Norm Femling had nine points to bring his season's total to 208 points. DON GUSTIN H15 bergbl azded Nekoosa many limes RUSS DLNNE Fast and clever. ln the first game of the regional tournament Stevens Point overcame our Nekoosa Papermakers by a score of 67 to-31. Nekoosa beat Mosinee 41 to 39 in the second game in which they played, thus giving the Papermakers the right to meet Marshfield for the consolation cham- pionship. The superior height of the Marshfield Tigers proved too much in the consolation game, as the Tigers won by a 2 point margin, 51-49. Credit should be given to Coach Rehnstrand for showing and teaching good sportsmanship, in spite of a poor season. He made no alibies, but taught his team to take defeat as well as victory. A forenslc Contest was held at Nekoosa on March 6 Thrs contest was for the purpose of selecting partxcrpants to represent Alexander Hlgh School at Marshf1eld on March 15 1950 Students entered rn the local contest were Hum orus Declamatxons ohn Stelnberg 1m Zur fluh and Barbara Gust Serlou s Declamatlons Hutchinson le Wtcklund 1:63:21 Weave G , az: 145 I ll IC an Werner Bzcrzra ony' ht giyan Amundsofli ck ww W ,, ,, slew ,W Zu' " ecofld 'O Frrsl fow Forens1cs Bonnle W rcklund oan Gavre Bryan Amund son D1ck Alnes Rlta Mxlkey and Daun Berg Extemporaneous Readmg Nancy Cleveland and Murlel Weaver Orrgrnal Oratxon oan Werner Mr Earl J Kjer of Eau Clarre State Teachers College who judged IhlS contest, saxd that rhrs was an evceptlonally fme contest Q . f . l ' 9 . A, ' r b I y'Rt M Ba :lo :lib : . 1 S . . . , J , - . . , , v . 3 . . . -J . . .J . , - , . . . .. First row sitting: Bonnie W'icklund, Muriel Wear'er, Nancy Cleveland. Second row standing: joan Werner, john Sleinberg, lim Zurfluh, Ioan Carre. These students receiving "A" ratings at the local contest par- ticipated in the league contest at Marshfield: john Steinberg, "The Church Supper "g jim Zur- fluh, "The Education of Hyman Kaplan"g Bonnie Wicklund, "The Snow Goose", joan Gavre, "Dark Victory", Nancy Cleve- land and Muriel Weaver, Ex- temporaneous Readersg and .Ioan Wferner, "Is Prejudice Logical?" This excellent contest resulted in four A's for Nekoosa, These A's were awarded to John Stein- berg, jim Zurfluh, Bonnie Wick- lund, and Nancy Cleveland. These people represented our school in the district contest at Stevens Point, Saturday, April 1, where Bonnie Wicklund and john Steinberg received "A" ratings. These two students represented Nekoosa in the state contest at Madison April 15. In the state contest at Madison, April 15, john Steinberg re- ceived an "A" rating and Bonnie Wicklund a "B" rating. We con- gratulate Bonnie and John, and their coach Miss Bohn, on their achievements in forensics. 1'HQf" Qs 9:-fr f ll as ,i 4, NH 151535 E vw, 9 45 3725. ' I SPRING -L Senior Sccbuts H PYU5l'if-,1iAx'l'fR V EL Q .. MLN Pr'csi4wlI. N yin: 101190. 14,1 .ef l IAN .1've.nS"' . B - -reW"Y. HEEG 'me '0w.-f - SMBETTX se Czmre jobmo . 419122 . MU Kanlone Filzflhffkm-ine G, e 15 X ll 1 Donriq 5211 ivnnieug-Z? 617 eazgr Bfffy Heeg , F . , elzre, Mix: Jiirgarbqfa Gun Bark row: Delos Faivre, john Berk, David Goefz, Paul Sflaoff, james Alexander, David Arnold, fulian Brosl, Harold Meteer. Second row: Dirla Alnex, Dir. Kozlovsky, Clarenre Dirkey. Eugene Keen, jimmy Podvin, David Ruder, Harold Enerson, Emory Trirkle, Bernie jepson, Ellis lVeaver. First raw: Duane Baldwin, Carl Bandt, Phillip Bandt, Henry Blarzfbard, Mike Weaver, Bob Buchanan. Boy Scouts .01 ASW: 9 g Ni I XUVX LY NNN. 3 , Vx' . ef 'XDX JN su-1'ix.V" W P K' ,XXL , .010 WV X W K X YV Ax' K 9' -JJVHVV 1' A up A-N :XD V AAN A5 , Y IVSIVUX L .0 N' Y' X1 O' Sprmg Sports Kmg John Foley and Queen Eliza beth Crowns reigned at thxs years Junnor Prom whlch was held rn the gymnaslum May 5 1950 Students frrends and faculty members danced to the music of Billy Uthmeler and Cmderella Llttle Red Rldlng Hood The Three Bears came to lxfe ln bullt out flgures whxch carried out the theme of the popular song Fatty Tales I ll 7 7 ' 3 . ,, . . his Band." Storybook characters - 9 7 , F . . - . , . . , 1 . v 5TRINGS.V- . Harry Srbmidgolmr Marvin Marlb D 0lf'50'l.' B . ' Eunife Smiffm' V' i ,dwrf BUS, Len are G G I ' au. Ren P1 10:11. Sl, 1 1 d Haze ey' Clarmef.. ,gre 1?f8F,- Deloref Houlgeiil' 155 almlb, Ro'g,:f16eQZfgien4L-Koebn, jim Sparks E '1 ."'0fd E . . Iffr, B ll O0 non: Pbi7e'g0?1. Trombone.. 50,1 ugorrbg Banyan: D?LVINDSNFf111e,- Maellox. Helm Hwrbinmz Bryan, 'fndfl George Bfarbb ey- HornJ,' Gary D-kA1Her,', BRASSE? Bufbaftanf 0506, Jin' Gary ' am" Diferlor: C buffer eg-iiggsiiz Band," 32502153261 lkgilla i Buifzjzijjz . ataray. Penny. rchestra . . . This year the orchestra has expanded in membership and service. Short appearances were made at the Christmas program and the Junior Class Play. The first major appearance was on March 14, when the orchestra traveled to the towns of Colby and Loyal and gave a concert for the school students of each town. Both groups enjoyed hearing the orchestra play their varied selection of numbers which ranged from a fiery Russian Overture to a smooth Largo by Handel which is often used in church music. As this goes to press the orchestra is planning to appear at the Senior Class Play and plans to participate in a spring concert that will be given with the choral groups. The orchestra will again enter the music contest which is to be held in Wis- consin Rapids this year. We hope it will be as successful as last year when the group re- ceived a first division rating. Last year was the first time an orchestra from Nekoosa had entered a music contest in many years. The final activity will be an appearance at Commencement. M1XCd Chorus G1f1S Chorus i ' 1 . Q 0 ' 9 . Q 1 C 1 . fry .. ,K 'g , . I ,.? Trlo Accompamsts e145 1 D' L, e and ruff 04111 an I BH" Cuff' Hel er! lflllrblhbran and f 0 an Gd! fe Solos Burk rou joan Mzlfey jzflm Sremberg Bob Bufbanan Duane Baldum and Russ Dunne Fronl rou Bonnie Wxfklund Cbarlolle Wfard Vxrgxnm Srbroepfer Belly Trury and Muriel Weazer . . . . Zh , Q" X x -V , x L I n I We 1 . v A - X . "V u Ir . r v 'I n ' ,.. ' 1' f - - ' f , l , , , V 0 Q LJ., R., 2-J' 5 5 '1 5 fi K azz if 5 W5 4 9, . ' W x A 'QW ' 5 i 07" ' - ! 522' aff WU' , fe ' ' in '-'4ilSJ?Vf U' e 141 . x 5 ,vawfq Sv, fag mf' ' I' L, A m ffl I, W w 1? 1 , , Wg a a -M -- A Q K bl Q 5 - 'G ,Y Jw W . wg., Q . , M-ka XJ + 04, if Agfa Q , A X 2. K 1 gl .d""""14I '.'a,,-nv""- 1 . , Q 'sis I , , 5 Y. C1 52? ms N - . gk - QW., S +1 A ' W ' MP5, .,' 7 M Y X f.'f2' Z 5? ?Lkf A I9 Zia V 3-Z I 1 3 253 Kg. A K Junior Band , ' ,1 "6 5. S Back row: Ben Rottler, Ken Strand., Iudy Sbymansky. Art Wilke. lacqueline Miltinlore, H Lorraine Obermeier, David Fitz. I-irst row: Patsy Smolarek. Emory Trickle, Clarence Dickey. james Podrin, Sbirley Sowatzke, Era Lynn Gallagher, Ioan Reincbert, Larry Sowatzke. Barbara Korbol. Back row standing: Gary Dickey. Cbaries Votara, Iob11Steinberg.Don Bey. Second row: Dick Alnes, Muriel W'eac'er. Bonnie W'icklund.li1n Bey, Keitb Bucbanan. Tom Blackburn. First row: Mary Buchanan. Peggy Buebler, Katbieen Gazeleyliunice Haas, lere Kirst, Suzanne Seebecker. Nancy Cleveland. , K i -f . Pep Band .-. 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Bu I ee r The Alexander Hlgh School Semor Band under the dxrectlon of H Schuren has had a busy year as usual They have played at all Athletlc Fyents and led the Homecommg Parade The Annual Concert on December 8 was well recelved by a good crowd Specxal numbers on the pro gram were a concert tr1o and a baritone solo The Sprmg Concert ln Aprll was well attended Seyeral tournament numbers were played Special numbers were played by sololsts takxng part 1n the tournament nn Wxsconsm Raplds on Aprnl 22 Due to the fact that the Tournament IS held after the Annual goes to press nt IS xmpossxble to glye any results of th1s years Contest A year ago of the nlne SIX were starred and played in the State Contest at Madlson four of them placmg ln Ist Dxylslon two ln Znd DIVISION alllfeen Guzele L, Jana!! 1 ffff fvfmm H Pegg! Bueb On Frlday March 31 the Band led a parade whxch was organized to promote interest ln vonng The arm be1ng to get 1001 of the cm zens out to yote IU the election the following Tuesday The Mothers Day Concert on May 14 was the Band s last appearance as a concert organ IZHIIOH Thls has been an annual eyent for a number of years dedlcated to the Mothers of School Musxcxans who do a great deal towards the success of our Musxcal Orgamzatlon The Band s last appearance as a marchxng umt was on Nlemorral Day a seryxce thev haye performed for thls community for the past twenty four years wlth the exceptlon of one year durnng the war As we lose but one member by graduation we look forward to 195051 as a yery pfOmlSlDg year xn the Bands history e ' ,. ---. f '--1 LU f f'r'vn, - 4 ""j l. r y . ! , -, ' , . , r ' fy , . I . , , Ag 4 . H ' y y 1 'I .' .' ' f ' 4 7 ' ' 1 7 7, ' y V I I V ' 1 g gr . . - 1 . Y . 1 ' 1 ,Mr an X i 1 ' V 4 P , . I , x , , , I , , ' I . . A 7 Y 3 J 1 I 7 , . . . 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K of D A R Award Honor Ro Frank Votava Mary Ann Weaver Carol Braun Ashley Frexberg ohn Steinberg Dale Hemmger oan Gavre Bob Schauer Belva Losey Dawn Rlckel Bob Alnes oan Werner anet Drews Mary Ann Gorectkr Bryan Amundson Rxta Mllkey Nathame Stone Catherxne Martlnson Harold Hancock Delores Brandt HENRY ALLXVARDEN fHankj Presndent of the Bored of Edu cation Majors English Social Studies Mmors Art Science Manual Arts Actturles Foot a 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 on servatton club 4 Semor Class Play MONA BERG fMonaj Love Isnt logtcal but w o wants logic' Ma ors Commer ctal English octal Studles Mmors Science Home Econ omrcs Actnmes Chorus G A A I 2 Girls Basketball 4 ROBERT ALNFS fBobj It ns one thmg to be tempted another thmg to fall Mayors English Social Studies Math Mmors Science Manual Arts Actlvltles Basketball S Foot GEORGIA BLOX D fGeorgmj Good tem er like a sunny day sheds brtg tness over everythmg Mayors Engllsh Socnal Studnes Mmors Home Fconomncs Sc: ence Actnvmes Chorus 2 G AA Gnrls Basketball LMS BRE AN AMUNIDSON fBlaj When lun and duty cl1sh let duty go to smash Mtpors I-ng lush Science Soclal Studies Math Mmors Art ACIIVIIICS Mxxed Chorus 4 Forensxcs 1 Z 3 4 Class Play 3 4 One Act Play 2 3 4 Debate 5 Bachelors Club 3 Newspaper Club 2 3 4 Moccasln Club 4 Drftmatnc Club 2 54 ALVIN BOC DANSKX Al A little nonsense now and then ns relrshed by the wisest men Mayors Social Studies Engltsh Science Mmors Art Actnvmes Conservatton Club 24 Little Moccasin Club 4 Cx Seniors WILLIAM ANDERSON Windy! Happy am I from care I am free Why arent all content luke me7 Mayors Fngltsh Socml Studtes Manual Arts Mmors Art Science Acttvttnes Basket 54 tseball Trlc DELORFS BRANDT fDeloresj Short but sweet Majors Eng IS octal Studles Mmors Sclence Acrtvttles Lxrtle Moccasin Club Moccasin Club 4 Commerclal Subyects X I I O ,V V b f , ,. J . ,, . I . .' 1 b ll 1, .5 Z Y2,..:: C Z I lllsl l I ef : ball 1. 'Q ' ball, ,Q Bal ' lg I z k ll . . I. l. ' ' 5: "fl: . I . . ' N jd . v. Q s , .' .Q ' ' 'L ' , f Y rhrs. '-Z: 2.4 4, I , ,K :ray ' a I I I ,I 'fill - . 4 M .' I I W ' 4 , x I . N , A V CAROL BRAUN fCarolj Shed like to be a gman and work for Dick Tracy Majors English Social Studies Minors Science Math Activities Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Orchestra I-orensics Z junior Cass Play Newspaper Club 3 4 Moc cam Saff 4 Pep Club ec c ary 1 2 3 4 Dramatic f uh A Senior Class Play BOX D FAIKNFR KBOWU I love myself there is no com English Socia Minors Art petition Maiors Studies Science Activities Footba 4 0 Glee C 2 4' I HVERNF DAVID fChurkj He needs a card catalog to keep his friends in order M iors English Social Studies Science Minors Manual Arts Activities Iootball 4 Bas et ba Manager 4 Baschall lorestry Club 4 Senior Class Pay NORMAN FEMLING fNormj Our football r at least he is always out nights. Mayors: Science, Social Studies- Minors: Math: Activities: Football 1.2.3. 4, Baseball 1.2.3.4 Basketball 1,Z,34 Bachelors Club 1. was st, if it Wa JANET DRFWS Harrell Charms strike the sight but merit vuns the soul Mayors English Social Studies Com mercial Subjects Minors Sci ence Math Actnities Chorus 123 Mixed Chorus 4 Home Mechanics 5 GAA 1 Dra matic Club 4 Nevtspaiper Club 34 Moccasin Staff junior Class Play Student Council 3 Nice President 4 Senior Class Play 4 ASHLEY FREIBERG fAsbleyj Titles of honor add not to his worth who is an honor to his tit e. Majors: ocial Studies English, Math- M'nors: Science' Activities: Band 12,3 Orches- r 3, Conservati Club 4, 4. Moccasin Newspaper Club Staff 4, Senior Class Play. Seniors RUSSELL DUNNE fRu5sj Better late than never Trans ferred from a Minneapolis High school to Nekoosa in junior year Mayors English Math Social Studies Industrial Arts Activities Mixed Chorus 4 Football 4 4 Basketball 3 4 asehall Student C oun 4 Senior Class Play oc tasin Staff 4 JEAN FRIDAX Ueanj Think all you speak but speak not what you think. Ma ors: Social Studies, English om- mercial' Minors: Home Econ- omics. Science' Activities: G.A. A. Girls Basketball 3, Student Librarian 3, Chorus 2.3.4, Dra- matic Club 5. . L .7 ' wisp: ii' ' -. t2f55?f.f4'LfSa is . alla ARNOLD GARVIN Bo Eat drmk and be merry or tomorrow we may dye Mayors Sclence Math Englxsh Socxal Studres Acttvltles Football I 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 5 4 Bas et b l 2 3 4 Track 2 4 DONALD GUSTIN fDonj There was a far away look Dons eyes he was lookyng at the floor Mayors Englysh Soclal Studxes Science Math Actnvmes Basketball Z Baseball Z Football 1 2 3 4 Track 2 JOAN GAVRE Umm? Musnc ns well sand to be he speech of angels Mayors Enyz llsh SoctalStud1es Commercnal Mmors Art Home Economics Sctence Actrvmes Musxc 121 Forensics 34 GAA Class Play 34 Moccasm Staff HAROLD HANCOCK I Handy j l thmk and thmk and thmk sometlmes Mayors Soctal Stu dyes Science Math Fna lush Acruvmes Basketball I2 34 Bachelors Club l RICHARD GOETZ fDlfkj Every man IS a volume rf you know how to read hum Mayors Soclal Studies Mmors Scyence Manual Arts Math Acttvmes Chorus l DALE HEMINGER fDalej A closed mouth catches no flxes Mayors English Scnence Mm ors Math Commercial Manual Arts Socral Studres Actyvttyes Basketball 3 Baseball Semors MARY ANN GORECTKI fMary Annj A smtle IS the whysper of a laugh Mayors English Soctal Studles Commerclal Mmors Home Economtcs Scyence Actxv mes Mnxed Chorus 4 Moccasm Club 4 Girls Chorus 254 G AA 2 Newspaper Club 34 LEAH BELLE HOTCHKISS fLeej Her mmd I5 luke the moon always changmg nd there S Mayors English Socxal Stud e om merclal Acuvntxes Chorus 2 3 4 ass Pla 5 4 G rls Bas etball 2 3 4 C eer leader 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 Student Llbrarta a ways man pf t I 1' 4 6 , X tus ,al ' r f ' U I I l 'Q' V, F 7 i g , f 52 3' 'J 'T' f . . 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'3:4: T y ll D. . . h - , i ' . . n 3- ' ' f 9 I L54 V M s ffl' ",,' 4 , y , t X , Q- ' ' JANICE JOHNSON ffamfej newer worry I nexer ret Semors what I can t remember I J st forget Mayors Home Econ omics Fnglish Social Studies Mmors Math Science Typ ng Actnrties Chorus 2 Pep Club l Moccasm Staff 4 Newspaper Club 34 Senior Class Play JFRE MANSKE Ufffl Nothing endures but character Mayors English Math Social Studies Minors Manual Arts Science Activities Chorus 3 4 Basketball 1 LEONARD KLAPPA Le takes a man to play football Mayors English cial Studies Manual Arts Mm ors Art Science Activities Football 3 4 Basketball Z CATHERINE MARTINSON Ufzttyj The crimson glove of modesty ave new luster to her charms LaVERN LANCOUR fMortj He takes the world as he finds Majors English Social Studies Mmors Math Science Manual Arts Activities Football 1 Basketball 12 Baseball Z 34 Forensics 1 Moccasm Staff BELVA LOSEY fBelva oyj Her smile will win your heart Majors English Social Studies Minors Home Economics Com mercial Subyects Science Activ mes Chorus 2 Moccasm Staff ajors Math English Social Studies Minors Science Com merctal Studies Activities Newspaper Club I JOSEPHINE MARTINSON o A merry heart goes all the way Mayors En ltsh Social Studies Mmors ctence Commercial Course Activities Newspaper Club 34 Moccasin Staff 4 l a , ft? MARY MAYER I Mary 1 just the kmd of girl you d like to know Majors En lush Hts tory Mmors Home conomics Science Commercial Course Activities: Chorus 2 Pe Club 2 Moccasin Staff . g JOAN MILKEY 1101012 All musncal people seem ro b happy Majors Engllsh Home Economncs Mmors Commer cxal Actlvmes Chorus 1234 Mxxed Chorus 4 heerleader 2 GAA 3 jumor Class Play JERRY MULLFN Ufffyi Hrs way through school IS lmed like the Mlsslsslppr wrth bluffs Majors Engllsh Socxal Studxes Manual Arts ,sm RITA MILKEY fRlld1 Such sweet compulsion doth musxc he Majors English Social Studies Commerclal Sub pects Mmors Home Economncs Science Actlvmes Chorus I2 34 Forensics 34 junior Class Play 3 GAA 1 Senxor Class Play 4 WILLIAM NOBLE 131111 My only books were women s oo s And f ly s all t ey taught me Majors English Mmors Scxence Math Actxv mes Baseball 34 Basketball Manager 2 Football Manager 2 Bachelors Club 2 DAVID MILLER fDd1 ej If you want a thang well done do xt yourself Mayors Englxsh Social Studnes Math Manual Arts Mmors Commercial A tlvmes Mnxed Chorus 1 Mens Glee Club 2 Moccasin Staff 4 Tumor Class Play 3 New paper Club I Conservation Cl b 1 Track 2 3 4 LaVERA OLFSON fLaVeraj She who keeps her heart rarely loses her head Mavors Enelnsh Social Studies Mmors Home Economics Math Scnence Ac tnvmes Chonij-4 gurls Basket a Senior BEVELYN MOODY KBE1 elynj e ns a grft of God and dnvme Majors English Social Srudres Mmors Scnence Math Home Izconomlcs Acuvltnes Moccasin Staff 4 DAXVN RICKEL fDawn Two blue eyes that seem to say Smxle and chase the gloom away Mayors Engllsh Soclal Studxes Mmors Home Econ omucs Art Scrence Acuvmes Dramatlcs Club 1 2 3 4 G A A Chorus 1 2 3 Choir 4 Moc casm Staff 4 Forensxcs 4 News pa er Club 3 4 Class ay ul Q , . ,, Q . 1' lx -ll. 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P ' 54 , ' Pl ' X . 1 I I Ronem SCHAUER fBobj gurl tn the case Then m mterested Malors Math Socral Studtes English Minors Sc: ence Commercnal Actnntxes Track 2 34 Basketball 2 Con setvauon flub 4 Sc-mor Cla s 'Y WILLIAM THIELEN fB1llj Great thmkers talk ltttle Ma ors Fng rsh Math Socnal Studies Manual Arts Mmors Commercial DOROTHY SCHMIDT KDortj wmmm: wry pleasant s me a kmdly w rd for a Majors Socral Studtes f om merclal Nlmors Home lcon omlcs Science Math A Ac turtles Home Mechamcs 5 Moccxsnn Staff 4 jumor Class P at JOAN VIKEN ffoanj Shes mterested tn astronomy especially stars Mayors Fngltsh Soctal Studtes Commerctal A tnrtres G A A Z 3 Chorus 3 As. jOHN STFINBFRC flolmj when you due you re a long time dead Majors Math I-nelush Hlstoty Science Actnttres Band I 2 3 4 Forenslcs 1 2 3 4 De ate 12 One Act Play 1 2 3 4 jumor Class Plav Chorus' l 2 3 4 Newspaper Cluh 2 1 4 Moccasln Staff 4 Boy Scout 1 2 Football Manager I Pep Semors 'NATHAINF STONF fNaIlJa1nej S e lowes o ly one man at a time UD Mayors Englrsh Soctal Studxes Commercnal Mmors Science Acttvltres Basketball Band 12 54 Senxor Class Play 2 34 Senlof C1255 Play 4 FRANK VOTAVA fFrankj Whsdom ts mv best frxend Ma ors Sctence Engltsh Math Social Subwf-cts Actnxttes O ch stra Football 1 7 3 4 D bte 1 Basketball I Baseball l Conservatnon Club 4 Semor Class Play 4 Track 4 MARX ANN XVEAVPR fMary Annj She travels safe who ts gutded by love Majors Fnglrsh Soctal Studtes Mrnors Science Math Acttvntres Chorus 12 5 Mnxed Chou: 4 Orchestra 1 Newspaper Club 3 4 Student Counctl 14 Moccasm Staff 4 Senior Class Play 4 vwaegm I 51 L I O O I ,V I, lr , A 4 4 . 7 ll I h A ' l 3 I I "we, D I " X ' 'as M 'lf t- 4 , ' 4 . ' iff' Pl. 4. A A ,R ' H . . he Flew, M f , V ' o A Q ll. 1 , . 7 . ' ' I ' 5 . , . tt: - t i 3 A' , ' I ' lf' Enjoy life "ere it's fled. for 3 Q . . lr v . ,- I - I Y , , . t . , , b ' If ' ' f . v 'V A . , , t V 4- i . 1' . . , ' , I 1 2 ' . h l 'l U .il C: . . . i ': ' I . , . , , : ' 1 r- 4 e' 2. .-. . . 9' A 'lx a , v . , - ' Y ' I l ' . q . , V . ' , A lv JOAN WFRNHQ Holm! Men may come and men may go But I talk on forever jors Fnglnsh Socxal Studres Mmors Scnence Math Actn mes Dramatic Club 2 5 4 Newspaper 5 One Act Pla Z 4 Forensics 34 Junior lass Pl1y 3 Debate 4 Mrxed Chorus 4 Moccasm 4 Band 14 Senmr Class Play 4 BEATRICE ZOM BKOWSKI KBeebej She vsouldn t even gne an echo fanr lay Mayors Englnsh So clal tudnes Minors Math Ac uvmes G A A 5 Ban Home Economncs 1 Typmg 1 Gxrls Basketball Z 3 4 ALAL JEROME WIRTH Kleromej Some say he s quret others knovs hum Mayors Scrence Marh Englrsh Mmors Soclal Studres Actnmes Band 1 Z 3 Basket ball 1 3 Conservatron Club 4 JAMES ZURFLUH Ulm! Lxfe lxves only m success Ma lors Science Math Fngllsh Socxal Studres Aclivmes Fom a 1 2 Basket a I Track 1 Chorus 12 Dramatxc Club 2 L Forensics 1 2 3 4 De hae 23 4 One Act Pla Class President 14 Bachelo Club 3 Moccasm Staff 4 Class Play 34 FRED WITTFNBFRG fFredj Small men from small towns make bug men rn the world Mayors Social Studxes Math Fnglush Science Munors Com mercml Studies Actnutres Bas ketball 12 Chorus l Con er XRIIOU Club 4 CLASS MOTTO Plan your uork and tben work your plan CLASS FLOWER Yellow Rose CLASS COLORS Dark Blue and Gold Semors JOHN Won Uolmj fund a vay or make one Mayors Social Studies Manua Arts Mrnors Math Fnglrsh CLASS OFFICERS JIM ZURFLUH Prendenl JANET DREWS Vue Presxdent CAROL BRAUN Secretary Treasurer l I I O O Q Q l is . g -V 1. 5 ' ru, ' 1 I - -. Scierlceg Activlties: Football Z,3l '14 . 2.:. 'd bu "3'4:v bli r 3 ' ' 'Q 2,32 . .3 rs x r 1 f 4 . b . Class W1ll Henry Allworden wrll my mxschrevousness to Hubert Elsen Robert Alnes wlll my job at Rogers to Charlotte Ward Bryan Amundson wxll my lxttle Ford to Kozy W1ll1am Anderson wrll my after school walks to Ralph Newman Mona Berg wrll my rrdes to Rapxds to Ray Olson Georgla Bloyd wrll my operatron to Frances Rrce Alvln Bogdansky wrll my job of collectlng absence slrps to LeRoy Coon Delores Brandt wlll my curly halr to Kerry Hmkle Carol Braun will my cheerful drsposrtron to Marlene Oleson LaVern Davnd wrll my tackle spot to Paul Schoff anet Drews w1ll my abxllty to kn1t jrbbers to Dotsre Schroepfer Russell Dunne will my presrdency of the Student Councll to Calvm Thrasher Boyd Falkner w1ll my short walks home to Betty Davld Norman Femlmg w1ll my after dinner speakrng to Herb Slmek Ashley Frerberg will all my schmoosdays at Dems to Lawrence Zurfluh ean Frrday w1ll my ab1l1ty to skrp school to Sharon Domke Arnold Garvrn wnll my long legs to Mane Kmg oan Gavre wrll my long walks home from school to ulre Hmkle Rrchard Goetz wlll my mornings at work to Charles Krng Mary Ann Gorectkr wrll my sewmg abrllty to Teddy Mckee Donald Gustm will my athletxc ab1l1ty to Harley Hotchkiss Harold Hancock wxll my sllmness to Reno Plenge Dale Hemmger w1ll my qunetness to Norman Fuller Leah Belle Hotchkiss will my cheerleadmg abrhty to Duane Ferkey amce ohnson wrll my gum chewing to Coach Ostrom Leonard Klappa wlll my beard to Tom Blackburn LaVern Lancour will my 5 oclock shadow to Louie Hamel Belva Losey wrll my blushlng to Carole Klappa ere Manske w1ll my height to Ntp Freeman Catherine Martmson w1ll my curly blond haxr to Harold Grunewald osephlne MZIIIHSOH will my srllmess and unbashfulness to Wayne Nowrckr Mary Mayer will my mornmgs at home to Mary Korbol oan Mrlkey wlll my Slflglflg ablhty to Donna Mae Allen Rxta Mllkey will my yob at the Paper Inn to anyone that wants lt David Muller wxll my score keeplng to Charles Votava Bevelyn Moody w1ll my attendance every day to Ethel Bogdansky Jerry Mullen wxll my drsappeartng act to Doris Krubsack Wrllram Noble will my abrlrty to stay 1n school to Gordon lrwrn LaVera Oleson will my detentron periods to Bonnle Wrcklund Daun Rlckel will my freckles to Dolores Howden Robert Schauer will my bus rrdes to and from school to ames Gorectkl Dorothy Schmidt wrll my long frngernals to Mrckey Crowns Iohn Stemberg will my rolls m my fathers bakery to Betty Hancock Natharne Stone w1ll my frlendlmess to Mary Ann Schmidt Wtllxam Thxelen will my abtllty to make sodas to Marvm Losey loan Vnken will my height to Betty Heeg Frank Votava wrll my argumentlve abtllty to Carl Arendt Mary Ann Weaver w1ll my welght to Sara Falkner loan Werner wtll my hearty laugh to Mary Lou Wmker Jerome Wirth will my trips to Raprds to john Drews Iohn Wolf w1ll my way with women to Bob jaborek Beatrnce Zombkowskr wrll my hunting abrllty to Len Goodness Irm Zurfluh wrll my presrdency of the Semor Class to Rtta Elsen Fred Wrttenberg wlll my farm life to Helen Hutchinson 4 o o n o , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . , . 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Class Prophecy Here rt rs une 1960 and another class rs get trng ready to graduate from Alexander Hrgh School As we walk into the brg gymnasrum for the Commencement exercises who should we see but the class of 1950 srttrng rn a group rn the front It rs a reunron for thrs class whrch graduated at the half way mark of the century The frrst person we talk to rs Hank All wordon who rs rn partnership wrth erry Mullen and Bo Garvrn rn the Brewery busrness Hank Bo and erry all agree that their busrness rs thrrevrng Srttrng next to Hank rs Norman Femlrng who was the star of the Chrcago Rockets football team and rs now their coach Whrle on the subject of sports we frnd that Ashley Frerberg has replaced Brll Stern as sports announcer on CBS Dave Mrller has started a busmess rn whrch he computes the averages of players play rng rn the Brg Ten and LaVern Davrd when not workrng on hrs farm rs settrng a new record for running the mrle Mort Lancour catches our eye as he rs wearing a very flashy surt whrch he sard he designed hrmself Mona Berg has also opened u a Seam stress Shop rn the Raprds Dorothy Sc mrdt has whrle Daun Rrckel and Leonard Klappa have started the Rrckel Klappa School of Art Brll Nobles rs a taxrdermrst and rrght now has started the task of stuffing allrgators Srttrng together are two couples and on closer rnspectron reveal themselves to be Mr and Mrs Russ Dunne fnee Mary Ann Weaverj from Mrn neapolrs and Mr and Mrs Tuffy Oleson fnee anrce ohnsonj from Frnley Russ rs a designer of toys for a toy frrm rn Mrnneapolrs whrle Mary Ann rs busy keeprng house Mr and Mrs Oleson have a huge cattle ranch rn Frnley We also learn that Bebe Zomkowskr owns a tavern rn New Mrner Mr and Mrs Drck Goetz fnee Jean Frrdayj a e lrvrng on C Street Drck rs head man at Free mans Darry and jean rs a very effrcrent home maker Swrtchrng to the subject of higher education we frnd that Ioan Werner has become a famous doctor that Frank Votava rs the skipper of a naval vessel rn the Atlantrc Ocean and that Bevelyn Moody rs a mrssronary rn far off Afrrca Bryan Amundson rs now the Prrncrpal of the Brooksrde Rural Graded School and hrs pal ohn Sternberg whrle berng Professor of Englrsh and Dramatrcs at a local college also runs a bakery anet Drews rs an elementary teacher whrle oan Gavre rs a musrc teacher Dale Hem rnger rs a brrllrant screntrst who rs grvrng Em stern competrtron rn the race to rnvent a Zero bomb Catherine and osephrne Martrnson are the world famous Tonr Twrns of the year Which twm has the Tom? Therr frrends Delores Brandt and Natharne Stone are very effrcrent secretaries for Nepco whrle Mary Ann Gorectkr rs a private secretary rn the same frrm oan Vrken r a stenographer rn the law frrm of Morrrs Morrrs and Morrrs Carol Braun rs very busy as she wrrtes a column for the newspapers entrtled Carols Advrce to the Lovelorn Boyd Falkner and Don Gustrn have opened a brand new store on Market Street that sells nothing but photography equrp ment They also develop prctures on the srde Brll Threlen has a very rnterestrng job as he takes prctures for Lrfe magazine Speakrng of Lrfe magazine we remember that we saw a prc ture of Leah Hotchkrss modeling the very latest fashions Srttrng next to Leah we see oan Mrlkey who has just signed a lrfelong contract for the Metro polrtan Opera Her srster Rrta rs a top notch executrve rn a famous New York concern and ness rm Zurfluh looks very prosperous and successful He rs the Acme Corporations best salesman All those commrssrons' In other oc cupatrons we frnd that Bob Alnes rs operating a rocery store srmrlar to Rogers and that Brll Anderson rs on the local polrce squad Belva Losey and Mary Mayer are both nurses at the Mayo Clrnrc rn Rochester Minnesota erry Manske rs now a famous Trans Atlantrc aviator as we see a parr of wrngs on hrs surt whrle Alvrn Bogdansky operates a brg arrport on the top of Magres Hrll Georga Bloyd runs a chicken farm out rn Armenra and LaVern Oleson rs the manager of La Veras Rrdrng Stables also out rn Armenra Bob Schauer and Freddy Wrnenberg are co owners of a combrned lrvestock farm and truck garden erome Wrrth runs a frllrng statron rn the Raprds that only sells gas to Burcks Harold Hancock tells us that he rs managing the H and H Fountarn fpool hallj He says busrness rs as good as rt was ten years ago ohn Wolf tells us that he rs actrvely engaged rn cuttrng pulp wood for Nepco Thus we see that the Class of 1950 has done very well plannrng and mapprng out their future occupatrons and professrons As we frle out of the brg ym we are all very glad that a reunron was heltf for the Class of 50 won a Pulitzer prize for her great works of art, composes music on the side. Speaking of,busi- . . , J. l J'J r J '. . '..' i A J ' , l , . . . ' . p J . - , M a ll Chronology 6 s ' -is ?' f' f" SEPTEMBER m school lookmg at many nevn faces students as well as teachers The new teachers scramble rn the halls to flnd thexr rooms The bewlldered freshmen are being late for classes because they cant seem to fmd their way around The smart sophomores are constantly laughmg at them they cant seem to remember how they felt last year at thrs trme They re also lookrng at all the good lookmg girls fmdmg rt hard to belleve they are freshmen Carol Braun looks so lonelv this year Could rt be Drck rs not here? You re not the only one Carol We all miss those beloved 1949 senrors The junror class choose therr presldent The subject now IS Red Foley vs unlor glrls Isnt rt too bad ulle isnt a un1or7 Most of us thrnk that havmg no detentron perrod rs swell especrally Ken Benner who rs constantly late for roll call Ward and Garvm contmue therr friendly VISIIS with Mr Wlcklund We wonder why The grrls who come to class from Phy Ed wrth red faces are not blushmg They have just had a vrgorous game of basketball Mtss Dopp says some of them should play on the football team At the end of this month we are gettmg well DIARY OF AN ALEXANDER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT accustomed to school and our teachers New romances bud and the old ones contmue 1n cludmg Norm and Rosle and Russ and Mary Ann OCTOBER The month of October fmds everyone rackmg thexr brams for rdeas for floats to be used tn the Homecommg parade No one can frgure out why the sophomores are lookmg for a Cow of all thmgs Mrs Frcks second hour Home econ omlcs class decided also to have a float But we d rather not dlscuss what happened to tt the last mlnute The Homecommg was a great success mcludmg the parade game dance and the party whrch ended tt all It sure was a rough one The teachers are gettrng used to therr puprls now but Mlss Bohn doesn t seem to llke Pudge s posture ln class Kozy ts gtvmg chemlstry prob lems that cause jrm Don and Handy to work excepttonally hard Coach Ostrom and Frank Vo tava are constantly argulng nn class Everyone rs wondermg rf lf 15 really love be tween Mort and Charlotte Delores Howden rs keepmg Len Klappa pretty well occupied too It seems those sophomores and seniors make a good combrnatlon It rs sa1d fby the studentsj that once a person graduates from school he never returns but the questlon arlses rs Art Schmidt lonesome for J I I 4 N l L19 ' T i- N I, l 1 f an -J ,....-l I. , A K -V f I ? ' if ' S If lg Y is 3 :Q v On September sixth we find ourselves back . . . ' ' ' . . , . . . . . ' I' l , . . . . . In , u. I ,, . ,, , -7 ' . I s 9 9 . ' ' 1.1 . Ii, l, J ' ' . P , ' u ' , ' I .l , 5 . 5 . ' .. . - . ' ' 1 ,, u v ' , , , . . . . . , . 7 5 school or rs II for Gert? Speakmg of bemg lonely remmds us that Lols Marth vylll neyer he lone some for Skyway because she IS there more than she I5 home I'h1s month lexyes us yyrth btg bang Halloyyeen Certaxn freshmen boys were kept ln a safe place out of trouble Thats OK Kerry better luck next year N O V E M B E R Two months haye novy passed and now we all go home for our frrst vacatlon Most of s come back not yet fully recoyered from our tur key or yemson dmners The teachers made sure they recovered ack Potter delryered a fme speech at the Armlstrce Day Program Many glrls were ln tears There were Gra skles and showers for both 3 coaches the other day We drdnt knoyy they had such a physique" Vile hope they dont catch a cold and not come to school Mr Darkow d1scoyers Carole Schauer readmg magazxnes She made money on that deal Keep tt up Carole and you ll be a mlllxonaxre before the year IS up It seems just about every day someone comes to sehool yawnrng Carole IS seen thrs way eyery Monday It must be Freddie The cheerleaders are yery good this yclr Ioyce Puller can really IWISI out of shape md Duane Eerkey has charmlng grace when he cheers especially the Susie Basketball IS the mam eyent now and we are all hoping for a successful year The team has promrsed not to dxsappomt us DPCEMBLR Thrs month flnds everyone wondermg what to buy for Chrrstmas presents Nxp asks Gert to get some trps from Mickey Other boys are also wondering lncludmg erry Kltrush md lrank Stensbery, Betty Heeg ts stlll growrng There IS a gurl some new couples thrs month We always thought Brll Anderson and Ray Roth were so bashful but we have changed our mmds because a couple of New Rome girls have solved the problem OZZIC and Murlel are also belng seen together many trmes Ashley Frreberg serenades the back of the study hall wrth his whlstllng He should have been a canary School closes for two weeks and vye vyrll sxgh wlth relref Teachers as well as students We all brmg presents for the Chrrstmas party Some of them look pretty suspnerous but rt was 1 ereat success The entertamment was the Grrls Glee Club md the Band Li all t ' A 'f rl 1 ' s, I I ' 1 - ' - s ff V vu 0 i . x ', j . ' ' Q ' '- 2 , - ,' ' , L v.. . , ' e ,.k. , . , , - . ' - vp- 1 1 1 . I S2 A A ' 1 ' ' B - X. P 1 -. Q .Q V, I I ' i N , . ,, - ' J 2 ' Cf " J ' ' - - . , . ff ' ' 1. J , - . , even the teachers have to look up to. There are li v .' 1 Y! ' V N Y Y . Y 7 JY I S . , , I 4 I 1 j I ' I , . . . I '- ., y, ' . ' r ', . , '- ,,, A A V K .Q. Q X . 'l.,' Y .I ' . ' 1 ' T ' - ' -' ' ' ' J' Q . 1 - . . Q, il I 1 .J ..aJ JANUARY On anuary frfth we frnd couples staggerrng back to school We re glad New Years Eve comes only once a year A drsplay of grfts are bemg shown around Carole Klappa and Marle Krng are wearrng beautrful watches Mlss Bohn says she IS famous now One of her poems was selected to be put rn a book The play cast was chosen for the unror class play We wrsh them luck especially at practice every nlght Frrst semester has come to an end anet Mar lene and Mary Ann take books home for exams They believe 1n crammmg After certam marks are found out students promlse to do better this ha A lecture was grven 1n the ma1n room on Korea by a very handsome professor The grrls yust cant believe lf Hard trme clothes were worn by everyone whc attended the dance sponsored by the unrors The musrc was by the accordranarrs Mrss Gros nrck really was cute Moon cant seem to thrnk at 42 below zero Mrss Draeger says she doesnt nonce but we hope fh1S rs the last month of Ih1S Eskrmo weather FEBRUARY The new fad for thrs season IS strarght harr worn by the grrls who were rnmated rn the showers How does Brll F like rt Dorothy? Another fad rs black eyes worn by grrls take a look at Dawn Rrckel and Carole Klappa dont they look attractive? Coach Ostrom wears a new surt and has to carry a mouse 1n his pocket to keep the grrls away The basketball team has a good rest tonrght because they dont know what tomorrow nrght w1ll brrng but nexther does the Rap1ds" We wonder what wrll happen rf we follow every arrow wed go crazy say most people Kozy was honored as Cltrzen of the Week yes terday by the First Natronal Bank of Wrsconsrn Raprds Congratulatrons Koz We had a Llncoln Program and a movre on What IS Amerrca We sure found out The boys are strll recoverrng from the Rapids game unrors are askrng everyone to buy a tlcket for the junlor Class Play We re strll wondering when Mrss Dopp became a magrcran wrth De forest and Lynn Mona had her mlnd read by a duck at the program today At the Washmgton Program Mr Darkow had four boys debatmg on democracy after the movie was shown By the way krds who started the expression lll Say have even gotten the teachers 1nto J . N. 7. . ,1' . . QI, y , 1 n 1 u ' D lf. ! 113' . . D. ., u . . , , , u", an . as as 7 , B . .- '. . , . ll ' 'ID the habit. Detention has started now and we wonder why? We would like to congratulate the juniors on the splendid work of production they did on their play A large profit was made for their treasury MARCH Spring is approaching and everyone is waiting for that certain day in une when we will all ack our books and leave The seniors kinda ate to go but Boyd and Moon say we should take life as it comes anlce ohnson is patiently waiting for that day to come so she can settle down with her lucky Tuff in the big town of Finley How does it feel to have a snake around your neck oan7 Eunice Haas said she would rather have a certain guy s arms from Port around er Beebe and Marge were stuck until 9 30 the other night We don t know lf we should believe them or not Thats what you get for going places unknown girls The prom queen has not yet been decided Be patient everyone ohn will soon let us know Brvan Amundson says he would like to go to Wisconsin University but hes too bashful to tell us why A phrase that will always be remembered from previous years has returned It 15 The following people report to the band room at four March came in like a lion and went out like a lamb The days and mghts are gradually warming p APRIL The four students who received As at the sectional Forensics contest did very well in the district contest Congratulations kids Steinberg and Bob Buchanan are beginning to wonder if they can sing Hank feels happy on Friday the 3rd could it be that it is the last day of school before Spring recess? ere Manske keeps Miss Grosnick occupied every night after school for some unknown reason The baseball team has regular practice Audrey doesnt seem to like that very well The Senior class play was a great success can Gavre and ohn made a good couple Their children were good actors also All the girls are gabbmg about their formals for the prom They are wanting for those men to pop the question 5150 5 "" -n N, 1 Q Q 3 - N ' ' 'J . ' . ' - M E , . V L. . u . . I J . J . . J . ' . , . p h . After hearing the Negro's musical ability, john ' ' . C1,g,f1j,2Qg, - Y -Y ,tif ,Z . . . ' ' Q X J - N A ' ' rl , . i J . . p X J . . . 4 , l l . . if F f"vu!X' lk CX Y-M, Leah Belle slghs vnth relnef as th1s month ends and says One more left By the way whos red coupe ts she seen ln regularly? As another successful month slips by we would llke to congratulate the untors on the f1ne work they are doxng ln decoratlng the gym M A Y Thls IS the begxnmng of the end Semors be gm to worry about their exams The Prom was a bxg success Everyone was amazed at the decorations to the well known song Fairy Tales Glrls wear wllted corsages to school on Monday Some of them look very wtlted gtrls as well as corsages Mnss Uhltg s muslc students travel to the Rapids to show thexr talent Bonme and Fllts and other lovers are dlsappomted because of the short dls tance to travel Parents VISII the school exhxblt and are very well pleased wnth the work we have accompllshed thus year Q4 1 Trout season opens Brnttens Manual Art classes look bare Charley and Leonard say tts too n1ce to go to school these days Ardean Ferkey s and oan Mxlkeys greatest pas time IS wrmng letters Sennors laugh at the underclassmens swollen frngers and red eyes But the exams were not too bad and many feel pleased w1th thetr marks Vile are all wantmg for the annuals and are sure the senrors have made a fine one J U N E The semors bld us all good bye The under classmen hate to see them go and many tears were shed at commencement We w1sh all of them a successful hfe 1n the future and we hope they wxll always remember thexr hlgh school days Students and teachers pack therr grlps and go home for a long summers vacation We hope next year wtll see everyone back and ready to start another successful year as thls has been X if ' '9 Qty Q VN :Q My M-J Q16 'U X . .V L , I 'E 1 XJ h Of' 1 Xgggsg A 3 4 I X x I I , fe, l S' E T C L L ll I7 I I , 1 . - , ' v n . ll s Y , - - J. . . .. " 5 ' f ' ' J 1 V n ' ' , ' . . u ' n ' ' - . 7 u o 1 . , n a , . u 1 . I U , .0 ' , o , 1 e . Q 495 'Q rgg? 5 l w-F' 4-hi' ,yy E I b . bk ft' K ' 76 3 -ET" 4? ,lg A ' 2 if ' X is A25 Q., if ,Q W pig . .si We ' E is M E 3 5 S ' Q ' J... .gh 4.1 Q W '15, , , 4, f , K. I. 'Q 5, I , , ,,.,,, V 4,3 : if , f ' fM2i. ' -f Qu 4 2 x 1 Q Lx 'fr1'! Q O 3 . ' 'S if , -M.. J , ,Jr- O v SS v sxbeolp 5 se 66 Q shea 'EJ Q Q-OQQ , yhpx-4 p. , 4'c,eRse.fQ x V 30 OPS?- ? 'SYR- 'S rud Cn t C 0 uncll s P6 Gffcsevad 50,9 44 QQ sefasoszc fp ,gilt ei' 'Qs v-'L .I A 'id mu fi BY' s'jQ ef' fs f L l . X r 'H .33 1 f-A ..1s"w r 4 . i a f x "Q 9 ' ' V s K ' llafp 'livin ll Q l r ng " jp' III Q 3 X ' Qs x 'rf "V il. 'tfi fi' 2 1? Q , Ji 1, fi M.- .51 l'0 P I ! If FA' The main project of the club this year was the school forest. Under- brush was trimmed out trees were planted and the place was made suitable for picnics and outings. If the club keeps up its fine work in a few years Nekoosa will have the finest school forest in this area. Shown on this page are three pic- tures of the school forest, at Moc- casin Creek. The students of Alex- ander High School wish to thank the Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Com- pany, for the use of this land and pledge that it will be used to the best interest of the educational pro- gram of the school and community. School Forest The Nckoosa ldwards Paper Company has donated about 40 acres of timberland to the Alex ander High School to be used as a school forest by the students and to teach them the warious phases of conserxation and forestry This tract of land will be turned into a place for picnics and recreation by the students of Alexander High as well as being a forcstrs project ,Mi To Our ponsors Oyer three hundred COPIES of the Moccasrn vwlll be dis trlbuted It vnll go xnto almost is mlm homes Over tht yelrs xt wrll he refad hx hundreds of people It 15 not 1 thlng of a day a week or a month hut will be kept and treasured for years The Scmor Class has taken note of the f1ct thxt many husxness fxrms 1nd professlonll men sponsors of the NIOCCTSIU twenty fue years ago or longer Ten twenty or more XLIIS hence redders of the 1950 Nfoe casln vsxll be remrnded of your support XX'1thout that sup port thls book IH its present state would be rmposslble XXISI1 RILY THANHx Y b A ' u - rn Y' ' tl v 12 A', I V. A xl 1' x ' 1 . D ' 2 7 7 9 ' L 2 ' ' q 2 " 1 ' and women in Nekoosa and thc Tri-Cities area were K ' 'V V I , Q 1 , 7, r, . 11.2 K- A .7 ,r X 1 ' " -, 1' " 1' . . ' . - ' , 1 - , f ' ' S .5 A s A - ' s. " f Y C If f 1 ' O U. Patrons NEKOOSA Aaberg Insurance Agency Andersons Servrce 8: Grocery Beauty Nook fAnn Henschelj Mrs Martm Brandt Brauns Barber Shop Cattanach s Grocery Cleveland Insurance Agency A J Crowns Attornev Curt s Cream E Way Dalry Co Dems Pharmacy Dresburgs Tavern Forbes Buchanan Barber Shop Gamble Dealer QAugust Hustedtj Georges Bar fGeorge and Arlene Gyertsenj Grode and Nash Paper Co Guernsey Darry fMr 81 Mrs A C Freemanj A P Haessly fConcrete Block and Sand, Dr C L Harer E D Helke Herrxck House fClyde 8: Mmme HCfflCk, H 8: H Fountam Hubers Store Johns Coal dc Fuel O11 Kellogg Bros Lumber Co Nrck Mrchels 8: Sons Uohns Manvrlle Contractors! Mlllslde Barber Shop Mlsna Electric 8: Plumbmg Shop Q Mlsna Mgrj Nekoosa Bakery fMr 84 Mrs Harvev Stembergj Nekoosa Beauty Shop QLorra1ne Kmpplej Nekoosa Floral Owalter Mansj Nekoosa Foundry and Machlne Works Inc Nekoosa IGA Store Nekoosa Port Edwards Bulldmg 8: Loan Assocxatron Nekoosa Port Edwards Stare Bank FDIC Nekoosa Shoe Servrce QHarry Chonosj Pelrler Electric 81 Plumbxng Pharo s Grocery O A Polzm Hardware Polzms Restaurant W A Radke Insurance Agency Rellable Cleaners Dry Cleaning and Reparrmg We call for and deliver Tel 55 Resheske Brothers Grocery 8: Service Statxon Rralto Theater Riverside Hatchery 8: Feed Store QWalter Stevensj Rrvervlew Servrce Statlon Rogers Economy Store Schroeder s 5 to 1 00 Wrsconsm Raplds Nekoosa 1.1. , , r ' 7 V . 1 , . ' 1 I I , I . . . . , . ' 1 9 7 , . '1 . . , ' 1 . . 1 Patrons Sp1ces Self Servlce Treleven 84 Korbol fMens Clothmg and Furmshlngsb H H Voss Hdw 8. Voss Funeral Servxce Dr C H Wrllkom Alfred Buck Wxttenberg Insurance We believe ln Educatlon Walter A Wferner M D Wood County Telephone C0 PORT EDW ARDS Nekoosa Edwards Paper Company WISCONSIN RAPIDS Frank Abels Clothes Shop Dr C R Bandelxn E G Barnet M D Eye Ear Nose Throat Bethke Chevrolet Inc ohn E Daly Drug 84 ewelry Company fHome of Bulova Watches 8: Bluebrrd Diamonds, Eatmore Products Company Germann s jewelry Somethmg From Germann s rs Always Somethmg Specxal Frank Grll Gross Common Carrier Inc Hellman s fYour ualltv Storcj Donn Hougen QA I A Architect Home Furmture C0 Dr H C Hostetter E ensen Garage lSLudebalter IIIICIHHIIOUHIJ ohnson eweler ohnson 84 H1ll Co Mrrman s Furmture Company Nash ohnson 84 Sons Co Normmgton s Better Laundry Flner Dry Cleamng C Penney Co Rapids Sporting Goods Equxpment for all Sports Rerland Pontxac Schmldts eweler Sugar Bowl Cafe Home Cookmg 84 Candles Dwrght H Teas Insurance Warsmske Motors Inc QH F Warsmskej Wnsconsln Rapxds Darly Trrbune Wrsconsm Rapxds Gas 84 Electrnc Co Wxsconsm Raprds Furmture Company Wfrsconsm and Palace Theaters fMrs Henrnetta Eckardty Drs Zellmer 8: Flemmg STEVENS POINT La Salle Coca Cola Bottlxng Company ' ' ' L. . 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