Alexander High School - Moccasin Yearbook (Nekoosa, WI)

 - Class of 1959

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Also you will discover what goes on behind the scenes in our school. You will see the activities and fun we have doing them. You will personally meet everyone of the students. x,!f,"f' ' ff ' I ' 4, ' f 'uf f -Lf' fl, x 4 . L. 7LLL o 1' 1, f . A H - , k ,. H J X 101' L, x4-L X, .1 ' Q W A N I ' la, I lg, A . ,.4' s 4, " AY fy "L ' "mf 1 IV ' L '- 'L 'N M ,I 1 ff, l YJ' - x K Lf6f'xk ,N ,fL, , . yx..-' . K . j x J C! I . AJ' g - 1 f' 1 . ' 4' A' ff' ., JLL ,lb 1, L cv , Hi n at , x fi 0 X - ' k - X- -, , gf' 1 X' I N V C' K .l, 1 1 I ,cf , ,kg 'R ch g r tar'-I sxlxfvffqx 1+ 'll .-""'.',T-r ALEXANDER HIGH SCHOOL progieu anzf growth Our Oflglnal school bulldmg comprlsed of flfteen rooms was completed ln 1913 That flrst year slx students graduated In 1923 the ever lncreaslng number of students made It nec essarv for an 3dd1l210ll to be bu1lt on the west end of the or1g1nal bulldlng By 1928 the small gymnaslum was becommg small and obsolete so a new gymnaslum was added Eventually thls amount of space proved to be madequate and condltlons were aga1n be comlng crowded The growmg number of students necessltated the buxldmg of another new ad d1t1on th1s tlme on the northwest corner Thls year, 1958 59 we are lndeed proud to be the flrst to make use of thls new add1t1on and the added fac1l1t1es it offers to us. Truly our school IS growlng Did you ever stop to thmk how many people It takes to run our school? There are over forty people employed ln our school today. It may seem hard to beheve, but lt IS true The courses taught by these people may be llsted under three mam head mgs, General, Commerclal, and College Preparatory The addltlonal mdustrlal arts courses made posslble by the new add1t1on had greatly expanded the scope of the general course. W1th the growth of the student body, the extra currlcular act1v1t1es have also been ex panded These 2CtlV1tl6S are many and varled Athletlcs, chorus, band, orchestra, and the other speclal lnterest clubs are provlded. These act1v1t1es are a must ln the llfe of every student, lf he or she IS to enjoy school to 1ts fullest It takes the boredom out of every day routme and makes the student feel more satlsfied wzth what he IS dolng. There wlll be slxty four students graduatlng thls year wlth st1ll more to come 1n future years. Thls IS a far cry from those flrst slx Altogether the enrollment ln our hlgh school, grades 7 12, IS 353 w1th the number lncreaslng each year The students of Alexander Hlgh School can feel proud to have been able to take part ln the growth of thls school and be wltness to the progress lt has made MOCCASIN f 2 V - .. f:?f' .1 - -'- . " . A . 19" .. ' V' . -J.. , ff' 15, v , V ull I ,gufl . A . ,' I, ?4"'4.".l , ' al 1 5'0" . rx' ' , , s -. ,.-21 1 Z- ,, . I I A 1 1 - ,x --'uf' . uf T., .xc-gr , 1 , tw, -A All' ."- 1 f fl' ,, ,eff-A I. x -ui fy' , A V, U 4 ix : 'i - 'Yo' - -i -m f , " h4"'.,.',fx Q . ' UA . ,, , " N Y, Q, S ,' ng! lin' , ', dlp, - 11 ' . 9 " 1' "- ef' f I 'Q . . 43331 - If . . , " - , A K - . al' v r. I .s ,x '- if" 'f 'Ji , , .f 'V " - '. 1' .5 .'- 'l. ' K L f I ,', , ' N 1 1 I .- 5 ml . . , , , 3 1,9 a -,-I s' . .JV 4 ,. , , Av"-. X rf ' 1' -s lp' 'Q' Y 4 Q3 - Q, 5:- ,A A l .f-0 . . . . . . . v 1 - . . . . . . r ' ' . . . . . . . , . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . Q - ' . . . . . . . MOCCASIN ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SENIORS ACADEMIC LIFE MUSIC CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES SCHOOL LIFE ATHLETICS ADVERTISING CONCLUSION Th 1959 MOCCASIN! lblhdbyth V Clb f th AI d Hgh S h NEKOOSA, WISCONSIN VIN!! 3 f MOCCASIN .f Y I AA ' I .. - - 4 .. .. - - .. 6 .. .. - - -10 . UNDERCLASSMEN - - 19 - .. - -29 34 ' A -.40 ' - - -. - 47 - - .. - -52 - .- .-, 59 , 67 Q I 5. .. 4. - 64' ' .I o e exan er 1 ioccaiinoolu A Q Meet . . . Superintendent LEROY JENSON Administration Mathematics Ulm 4.4 THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated left to right Dr J E McGrath Chairman Lester Engwall Director James Jesse Treasurer Clarence D1el Clerk Mrs Germaine Thompson Director MOCCASIN X 4 '65-.. +45 OIG All l X fx V"-XX I V, XO x f X x X' X o o E ' : . . . , ' 3 , ' 3 3 . 1 S - ' , ' '- ' " i oe 6 -- - ' ' 1 . . 3 Q1 ,fx 'j in-n -... , 7.1 y , A -N C i if 4 1 I . L . ' ' J x , 5- K I U Q6 fu-:"4'. F. r in 9 '." ' N "til I F The Pr1nc1pal of 1 Q9 the Hlgh School I ,.... CLYDE VN ALLENFANG Soczal Studles .1--4 glte Slucfenl Councal .Nelpd These students compose a student government for the students and thelr welfare They are 3SS1St6d by Mr Wallenfang who advlses them on what they should and can do to better the school Some of the1r accompllshments are to carry on the customs of sponsormg a Homecom mg dance and takmg care of magazlne sales they also have genel al Ju11sd1ct1on of after game act1v1t1es 'Q I QA! 5 f MOCCASINI ' 0 1 J l P YHI, I LJ V ' Y . . WI l y tn 'r .a e 1 a ' 1 . . , .' .. 5 ' ' ,em Q . gig QA- 5 - is I hh , Y 5 N x E' 1 ,,.,,n ff , he I' 74 .- ' ' 1 ' fn ' l'! 4 'v 4 I1 Q ol" .., l N kuziv ' fy, U . MF-- 1 'ill ati.. ,. 51, in an " 1 1 4,1 I4 1, ' ln X W' JOHN CHILSON Grade and Hlgh School Art J un1or Class Advlsor MARION DOENIER Home Economlcs F H A Advlsor Freshmen Class Advlsor MOCCASIN X 6 Hlgh School Faculty ELMER J BATHKE Engllsh Latm I J un1or Hlgh School Forenslcs Sophomore Class Advlsor JOSEP H BOETTCHEP ,ff M? f 7' U ., En hsh M2 8' May! Forenslcs Advxsor enloi' Class Play Advlsor J umor Class Adv1sor V FLOYD s BRITTEN Industnal Arts Seventh Grade Advxsor GENE CARDINAL Boys Physlcal Educat1on Football and Basketball Coach Freshmen Class Adv1sor , ,N A V A xx - ,s 5 l 0 i x ' A ' A V . w 'M ' W I ,J X -avr-f . 5 Q. N ' ' 4 . . f f . . fl ? l 5 R V an A-W-7-fvfwf A I ml JDJ' A 4 'W S if :A ' 6 , fl -jf G 'ff f , 3 ing I ' X ,Q , M if Sli " F -vv""' p Lxut A f M J, if his f u F K 2 V ' 4- W sz 1 'V -fi ,L , -0, F? l A A Q J ' m High School Faculty THERON HOKE Freslunan Mathematlcs Geometry Algebra Moccasln Club Advlsor Senlor Class Adv1sor GEORGE HOLLAND Bxology Drlver Educatlon Asslstant Football Coach Asslstant Basketball Coach Head Baseball Coach Sophomore Class Advlsor ADOLPH KOZLOVSKY PhyS1CS Physlcal Sclence Seventh and Elghth Grade Football Jumor Class Advlsor MARY ELEANOR METCALF Englxsh L1brar1an Semor Class Advlsor rv' V7 fir- 'L Mncnzu l95 J NELDA D NEWELL Glrls Phys1ca1 Educatlon Elghth Grade Sclence Elghth Grade Advlsor G A A Advlsor Cheerleader Advlsor JOHN PETERSON Amerlcan Hlstory World H1StOYy Cit1zensh1p Freshman Class Advlsor Conservatlon Club Advlsor 7 X MOCCASIN ... ' - p, 915 6 C I, , ' T 1 . . f I 5 H M! H 1 -M H u , xx ng .A Y' f ' "rf 4 - ,H ,, f 1 . ' I' I' 1' I " are w at we f ' '- r M ,M X!! . rf , . a 1 General Science , "T I ' Ever' jd Z S can . . ' K - ' ff lk A f W ' -.-V.-uguzuu , -and ,, :Q V i -. vw . V -cl A 3 . . . A J. . . Ya Y o . . . . 1 f c Q X h h I I-JZ N 1 Ex 11 J: ' v I, X - Jn., I I f JP' 11 I Vim MOCCASIN X 8 High School Faculty MADELINE RUSCH Typmg I Typmg II and Off1ce Practlce Shorthand I Shorthand II Bookkeepmg Sophomore Class Advlsor K C SAUTER Jumor Hlgh Enghsh Exghth Grade Hlstory Elghth Grade Adv1sor THEODORE SCHADEBERG Orchestra Chorus Seventh Grade Advlsor HOWARD J SCHUREN Instrumental MUSIC Elghth Grade Mathemat1cs VASSILIKI VASSILIADES Typlng I Typlng II and Offlce Practlce Shorthand I and II Bookkeepmg Sophomore Class Advlsor lreplaced Mrs Rusch at the m1d yearj GORDON ZAHN Geography Sclence Mathematlcs Seventh Grade Adv1sor BERNIECE J ENSON Secretary hs, Elementary Faculty ALEXANDER GRADES Emlly Kernkamp grade 4 Pr1nc1pal MargaretFehl grade 3 Phyllls Mayer grade 1 InaTorgenson grade 2 Dorothy B1I1kOWSkl grade 5 NEKOOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Standmg Harold Humke grade 6 Prmclpal Agnes Howard grade 3 Florence Pamter grade 2 Mlnnle Hentschel spec room Bernlce Fletcher grade 4 Dorothy Coggm grade 1 Seated Mary Alt klndergarten Hazel Mlchaelson grade 6 Mary Hale grade 5 Margaret Blser klndergarten 9 f MOCCASIN W, ' M, X , , , 9:45. 1 ,,. . Vi ,. X . 'I r N A l f .2 , , 1 , g , ' , 9 ,i - 5 . . : , . , 2. , : , : , Q ' ' , . f l o r, A o " al- 1 'I " 1-I I ,f I A if ' ,A lg I ...... M , g D Lx up A 1' A xfl' 3 O I V f 1 A ' g , A A s SENIOR CLASS Motto: Semper Fidelis Colors : Blue-white Flower : Carnation Song: Halls of Ivy Class Officers Steve Britten--President Spencer Gaylord--Vice President Rolanda Jackson--Secretary Janice Hultburg--Treasurer MOCCASIN f 10 . J x Nkfv ELEANOR ARENDT Chorus 3, G.A.A. 4, Dramatics 1 HERMAN ARENDT Football 3, Baseball 3-4, Basketball 4, Conservation Club 1-2-3-4 'WD JANICE BAUER BARBARA BLOYD G.A.A. 1-2-3-4, Dramatics Club 1-2, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Forensics 3-4 F.H.A. 1 Dramatics Club 1-2, Librarian Mocassin Club 3 4 EDWARD BRANDT DARLENE BREDL Football 1-2-3-4, Track 3, Conser- D1-amatics Club 1-2 vation Club 1-2-3-4, Freshman Class President, Student Council 1 JANET BOWES Band1234 Pep Band34 GAA 4 Dramatics Club 1 2 Mocassm Club 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Pep Club 2 STEPHEN BRITTEN Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Pep Band 1 2 3 4 Student Council No Ml 1 ,SfQ',,9' Ivy 3' Je' '13 CP r, ,Wi 465 BETTY BUSHNELL Forensics 1-2, Dramatics Club 1-2 Mocassin Club 3-4, Chorus 4 SALLY CAPEK Orchestra 1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 3-4 evil' Jn, cg- 3Q,v,woJ,ix C1 - , JOEL CURT Football 1-2, Conservation Club 4, Baseball 2 DON ESSER Football 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1, Track 2-3-4, Student Council 4 1 ,J i c'7"7 P P 'fix' 1 V pax -Q DAVID FREIBERG ' Football 3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4 Track 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3, orches- eww tra. 1-2-3-4 SPENCER GAYLORD Basketball 1-2-3, Track 1-3-4, 4 Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-3-4, Junior Class Play ' 4 I ri K 1 LOUIS GERARD Track 1 DONNA GRAF Band 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2, Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Pep Band 1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 1-2-3, One Act Plays 1-2, Junior Class Play, Dramatics Club 1-2 If 1 ROGER GILMAN Band 1-2, Track 3-4, Junior Class Play, Conservation Club 3-4, Dramatics Club 1, Football 1-4 KATHLEEN GUST Librarian 1, Dramatics Club 1-2, G.A.A. 2-3-4, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Junior Class Play, Cafeteria 3-4, Class Secretary 1-2, Class Treas- urer 3, Forensics 2-4, Mocassin Club 4 A 1 ji- ll, L, ,. V-- ,Q-1' QW' EDWARD GOTZ Conservation Club 2-3-4, Track 3 MERLE HAAS Football 3, Conservation Club 1-3 41 Q-9' X-J ,J L' 0 'LL' be-.-1. 'Sk 43,414- ,wg llfxrf M Ls. -J' 5 JANICE HULTBERG Choir 1-2-3-4, Junior Class Play, G.A.A. 1-2-3, Treaseurer 4, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Mocassin Club 3-4, Pep Club 2, Librarian 1-2, Forensics 1-2-3-4, Dramatics Club 1-2, B Squad Cheerleader 3 l - l N X f , N A W l P L ROLANDA JACKSON G.A.A. 2-3-4, F.H.A. 1-2-3-4, Cheer- leader 2-3-4, Student Council 1-2-3, Choir 1-2, Forensics 1-2-4, Junior Class Play, Librarian 4, Dramatics Club 1-2, Mocassin Club 3-4 XF Xu LEONARD HAMEL Conservation Club 1-2 A 1 . if do F, CLIFFORD HASS Choir 3, Football 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1-2-3, Junior Class Play, Conserva- tion Club 2, Mocassin Club 3 JAMES JENSEN Band 1-2, Track 3-4, Conservation Club 1-2 Cl, . JOHN JON S ' J' , JACK Josux DAVID KNIPRATH Student C nciligg Glee.Club31, C0rlS9I'ValS10Y1 Club 1-2-3-4, Band 1 Band 1-2-3-4 Footballcl-2-3- , ack, 'I-231-f4, Junior Class Play, Student Council Basketball 1- 3-4,,,Baseh 4 , . 4' ,I 'vi' .l- 4 U J ' l. . if lf f M V X ,- l " ll' JL -'Q . bt' 4 -x LV .Mit - 1 ,, . . , - . 1 w .1 19 v ff 4 V '1 .VJ ." rf? .f J 4 Lfuw .1 WW V, KLM J V li' ' J fl U :lb 4"" Aww Y ar j 1 ,QAJ KATHLEEN LESLIE Choir 2-4, Bell Cantos 1 CLincoln Highl, Girls Glee Club GENE A. NELSON Band 1, Conservation Club 1-2-3-4 f, 14' ! 1 . 1 I 1 I ,,,l 1- .' v FRED REICHERT Student Council 1, Conservation Club 1-2-3-4, Vice President 3 KAY ANN SALTER Band 1-2-3-4, Mocassin Club 3-4, Pep 2-4 Wan 'N DENNAJEAN oLEsoN Band 1-2-3-4, Junior Class Play, ' xv-Dramatics Club 1, Orchestra 4 4 I' 1 UN fx l .N ,ff ' DON REICHERT UN div lf 4 ,-Football 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1-2-4, Wi 4 ' Conservation Club 1-2-3-4 I' , 1 JERI REICHERT Basketball 4, Baseball 1 KAREN JOY SALTER Band 1-2-3-4, Pep Band 2-4, Librarian 1-2, Mocassin 3-4 ROGER C. SCHAUER DAVID SARVER Track 1-2-3-4, Football 1-4 A V1 Student Council 3, Vice President 2, ' Conservation Club 2-3-4 .1 fl 4' X Q 1 , , of ,af 9 'P' 4-L. LJ if Z X' , , ,N E ,V . U V, :- ic - , nf, x .L T LV' VWKMQ A 1,-L cf ,r it 1 ff Ll Lf MCM .40 I I PATRICIA S611 F -f . F.H.A. 4, G.A.A. 3-4 J 5 JJ 1,1 X. ol' -7 BERNICE STYKA 3 F.H.A. 1-2-3, Choir 1, cre ary , j J, Dramatics Club 1-2, F en ' s 1 ' A- ml' - X f -242,2 , 5 RONALD THURBER Football 1-2, Conservation 3-4 JOAN THURBER Choir 3, Forensics 1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 1-2 PATRICIA VAVRINA Band 1-2-3, G.A.A. 1-2-4, F.H.A. 2-3-4 MARY ANN VEHRS Forensics 1-2, G.A.A. 3-4, Studen Council 1, Librarian 1-2-3-4, Q, , f I , f Club 2- L Ziff . , W Jw-Wfflqlfi -,gg DONALD TUTTLE Track 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4,-Vice President 1 CONSTANCE WAGNER t Choir 1-2, Student Council 3 iff, Dramatics Club 1 1 A J A w 'L lg R I , 1-C-LA - A U -' K? ' I ' , f - . v V v -V -- Th XQYXKJ QL? 'lin ...-I 59- iv v Q! I My C' 'l.-'CW , V , ' V' I V if-of if ff' z J Jil 1 F J JAMES WALRATH Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4 JOHN WILHORN Football 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3, Vice President Conservation Club 1 Stu- dent Council 2-3 FRED VVIRTH J 1 , W' A LJ'k4 if ijw' fi QU? 1 Aft? ,V Uni' Wi 9 M .X if Ms- fs , 'vw V V. ka K x. if 1 I SHARON ENGWALL WALRATH Band 1-2, F.H.A. 1-2-3, G.A.A. 1-2- 3, Q Club 2 JOYCE WILHORN Choir 1-2, G.A.A. 2-3-4, F.H.A. 2 3-4, Librarian 1-3, Pep Club 2, Jun- ior Class Play, Forensics 1, Drama- tics Club 1-2, Student Council 4, Moccasin Club 3-4 ROGER WORTH Moccasin Club 3-4, Junior Class Play F, gg.- 1 L44 r f f af., ., ' 1 Cv Em JOYE WEGNER G.A.A. 1-2-3, F.H.A. 1-2-3, Mocca- sin Club 4, Junior Class Play, Stu- dent Council 2-4, Dramatics Club 1, Cheerleading 2-3-4, Librarian 4 LARRY WINTERS Track 1-2-3-4, Conservation Club 2-4 ELMER ZUELKE Football 3, Basketball 1-2-3, Track 1-2-3-4, Conservation Club 1-2-3-4 A ,a , if' 1,5 4 'G'-'45 7,4-Q., Uf! 576 Zsfmcmy 'E- lm al R c UNDILRCI ASSMEN On the followmg pages we present the underclassmen Th1s group lS composed of all students from grades seven Junior Class Officers James Goetz Presldent Sandra Grez11k Secretary Judy Meler Treasurer Juanlta Crowns V1ce Pres fabsent when plcture was 'NJ Sophomore Class Officers Carol Styka Secretary Mlke Washburn V106 Pres Ruth Bedessem Treasurer Nancy Weaver Presldent T7 U7 Freshman Class Officers Tom Relchert Pres1dent B111 Blystone V1ce Pres Paula FltZ Secretary Treasurer l xx' 19 X MOCCASIN 'zr --- . 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Ps XX Junior Class Joan Alexander Elizabeth Allison Nlarllyn Allow ay Lmda Arendt Karen Boyles Donald Brandt Dennls Brunner Roberta Burnett Juanita Crowns Merlm Daud Vlrgmla Felch Larry Fellce Llnnea Fitzgerald Vhlham Frazier 4' William Gaden Jean Glldenzopf James Goetz Judy Gotz Carolyn Gray Gregory Grezllk Sandra Grezllk Elaine Grlffm Mans Grover Nancy Gruber " Kay Hamel Terry Hardy Shlrley Harrls Carl Hass LaVern Hofmelster Leon Holden Donna Karbow skl Vlrgmla Karbovsskl Dellean hnlprath Wlthdlavsn 'F ' 'IJ I NYS " Q A F3 Z trys f f' 1 , lx n TN " 1' '. qv- .1 -A23 7 - ' f r rg, F ",y , A ,, ' ea l I. , 1 if A . 5 , , , ' l ' - v T ' I . ' ' A . ' 55? ' ' A f ,. . - .i A L' , ,r 50 Af Q - z 'z ': ,Q f . v .1 ,,- . l f ' , .1 Q 3 1 A I f I , Q. A I v- ' " ' ' A. 'A S . ' A ' 'A ' - '75 1 . 'X l'1':' - ' ' ' 'fi' X V ull "nr E: ""'Z'3'f l ' I M QI - V .. , 'v'--.5 251. n lnf., '.,1.., . "gf In W2-"-'- 5?.1HS'f X l fi- Al A A .- - ' .L f: E'-LV 'L Q17 .at I Y , , M , A Q 5 . . . 5 I 'V 'GT' 4,45 ' I I - lf! !,l: K I 1, ' 1 I ' Il 7' y 12:1 794. ,X z V V6 ,," ' T tj J 'S L' I V ,J . N v . A E, W W V, A , v. . . V . X' ,fl in ' . - . Junlor Class James Kuehl Barbara Lageunesse Prxscllla Lamb Sandra Lehner Sharon Lewis Richard Long Sandra Long George Marcoux Sylvla McDowell Judy Meler Judy Musch Joanne Painter Barbara Pavllcek Gene Pflager Larry Pflager Donald Plenge Jean Ploetz Sharon Powell Julle Relchert Lmda Ruder Susan Slgourney Carole Space Robert Stratton Barbara Thurber Kenneth Tuttle Edna Von Emem Daud Vlerderlts Daud Wllke Bruce Vlmters Susan wlpfll Rae Woodard Wlthdrawn. fn , 3' rf! ll 1 gl M 'S :H 21 f MOCCASIN l W U, A 5, ft ' .Q 'S ' W . 1 . B , -- '- . ' :rf , . , . . ' , I ,X ax , rn ' L fkwiv-1 yieffif .4 ,, Y 415 I 'K I' . v W A Q, I f Bight Ji ', ,r' 2 0 'Q I Q , . ii?"--,m l ff fly gem N A j U,-. 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Sophomore Class Donna Applebee Eunlce Applebee John Bachh Carol Baneck Ruth Bedessem Shlrley Bloyd Sharon Bow es James Boyles Joy Brunner Roger Buchholz Charles Cam Lester Chonos Duane Chrlstensen Larry Clapper Karen David Margery Esser Robert Francis James Glese Barbara Gotz Kathleen Grezhk Donald Hass Bev erly Johnson Henry Knlprath Sally Knlprath Rlchard Kuehl Roger Lamb Glen Leach Lmda Lexus Y lYl3llIl Lew IS Ronald Llebensteln 1 Catherlne 'Vlans 'L 3' 'J I , l D . ii 5 3, . Q L? a ' X Y of ir L 7 f ' Q J r 'L , , I , J R J . I 1 1 , , , , X 1 f " 7 5 "J A' N . , .1 f. f:-V 5"'fx X' 'vw fri A Q f 1- ' ff 5 1. H , K V' ,, .Y-I f ' H , K 5 3 ' sf L 1 , B J Q75 7 I I v 'Z -R 1 , ,A Q, V J V, A in k f Q , D W f . at 17 'Y W - K . .. I 0- H 1 X A 'V I l V-ex YQ S Q 1 ,Q . J ff , ' K A' ' 3 .ff f 1 x 2 ' Q ': Q 4 'rr -:H r. L ' . M -Ml . 5 ' , 7 f , 'F x ' , , - ' e - 'ff Wa : 'fl - 7 Q .rv , ' 'A ' 4 J. of,,.f.s,, It f , fx f ,X 6 .1 I .M Y U , 355:04 I V 4 , , YA .7 Q K A A A ,, ,I 05.5 q.:'I4tf:n:f?'4 g , I 1 f ff , sf X J' QS I fi,u:.::.,:,.,:-um x , - 9 ,re WMA.. : M fglifgaglggfiglgya' 3 aj 1 5 I F wa? e I V A in 7 . gift ' 1,59 P 1 4'-3 7' ,, l ' 47 54 ffiiflll' " :l. I ff if 2,42 V 'U 7 , - ' - r . 1 1 .9 i , LY das' 'YA R 1 QU' . N 'Vg My N Y. i , . g . Sophomore Carol McDowell Thomas McLean Kathleen 'Vlllkey Althea Miller Marilyn Mlsna Belva Moody Rose Nelson Roger Oleson Ellen Ostrum John Painter James Patterson Gaylord Rous Richard Schmidt Class Betty Wmegarden Patrlcla Shymanskn Richard Sklbba Mary Smart, Frances Soergel Charlotte Spice Patrlcla Strand Richard Sturgeon Carol Styka Judy Sutherland Duck Truchlnskl Glen Vehrs Richard Vehrs 'Nhchael W ashburn Nancy Weaver Jenny W egner Gene Vhnters James Zellmer Wlthdrawn ll: X35 sffe' 11. ,r am H5 5-da .3 ,I El 14 C' if lef if F 23 X MOCCASIN ,pusy L. -air, ' f ' 0.5 J I L W . Y Q A vm D N . 1 x ' j. ,f A 1 ' V M, If I . .5 I, ' ' .y saga! f N x Q, 1 ell ' R- H 'R . . ,Q . ' - 4 f , T ir ' - . . ' ' V ' 1 ' - W 4 ' . ' J ,,, ' . F KS . ' ' V , 14 v- 4 ,Q 1 7 Q s'.V 1 I fx 3 V ,gal x . . .I A , lx it 5 N -4, N ,, I- 0 7 I ' X . . -2- :AI .sl y A 7: I f J ,A A J rs 4 Ulla fl 1 f , N . I l ' I ' 1 '-5 'Qif N 3 wx ' ' l J - t s 1 'I E 'Q l all YM kr MOCCASIN f 24 4 5-X I an Freshmen Class Wllham Blystone Kenneth Boy les Marvm Bredl Joella Burke Allen Curt Kathleen Damschen Catherlne Ellis Earl Erdman Arlelgh Felch Duane Felch Donald Ferkey Donald Flsher James Flsher Paula Fltz Larry Fitzgerald Daud Frazner Beserly Gaupp Robert Gerard Thomas Glgstead Allce Gluck Vlrgll I ray Lela Grlffln Darlene Hultberg Dorothy Hutchinson Larry Jackson Robert Jmkerson 'Vllchael Kangas James Knlprath ancy Kmprath Vhlham Koester 'Vhchael Kostyn Geraldine Kreuger John Kutella Wxthdraw n l . . . r ' , I 14 , 1 fl' ff ' fillfllgxy liz? J 2 - ' , ,f , ' ' A " all :ffm Jak! New -Z , lvl A if A .4-, A JE, K . . an I -5 n , D, , D Q D , I 1. X z I -,, 1 f 1' ,. , , I-. , 'tif-kk" it A 'A,..lll L 11, I . N ' fl ,,, H lf" :::,, 13 ,. '-' , ' - . I Z Vw 4-no V .K l '4 JM ,,7-KN ' ' I l I ' , 1 X 37.ff:3f'g:"-ye-sf,j4f,:53-, Q pg, - 1 X. "f:':'2'-.fr-,Q "1f',?'- X . A Un . 1: ' f 2 , '. yng'g',g3"i'fg.3'5.i f' 1' . . , ' ' li - 47' -x . . - ai? Af d , A ry , ' y l,:,4 ' in f r M 'Stk ' ' 5 7' ' ,, ,. -v -- -- Y ' - is . . 'Ct D 5, Q D . 77? at 1 -e Ll. l 5 ll . ll ' ' fs 6. 'F -Q ' F X,.,H A rw! rl K A , ' I I -1 -Z' . " T 1 ' ' N- . " .f 1 1 X ' :.5 :A V ' vs- A V X ,ry ,, 41 .-:fs , 3ss':2,,- 55 5:-g Q . -W R -A N V . - , Q Q -.N . '. ,- " ' ,, -Q .4 J , I .fv - A . " Y ' -4 ' ' 'l l. 1 f f me , f ,Qu ,. ilff- .J - f all 'V ,lf FI r g . I X ' ' V Freshmen Class Lewls Layton Sandra Lee Terry Lewls Allen Olson Alan Gene Oleson 'Vlary Ann Naylor Nancy McKee James Lxebenstem Alan Reichert Dianne Peterson James Pavllcek Kathleen OToole James Ostrum Rlchard Schoff Sharon Sauter Leon Resheske Joanne Resheske Thomas Relchert Jean Stlckney James Smolarek DeAnn Smlth Kenneth Skerven Jacqueline Slgourney Daniel Walvlg Dems Vehrs Dianne Trlckle Ann Thurber Toma Sweet Eugene Zuelke Charles Worth Gary Wolfe Bonme Wmters Nancy Werdents 65,2355 YSMES7-Z'B215 M00 ,fb QR.,-J ,5- 25 f MoccAs1N is 'J' . ' V: f f l ' 2 : . , ,ix sy.""i' ' I-':'.4,f:f . .1 ,.f,jf--3 - -I3 , ' N, , - A , , qw! Q 1 , , , . . 6 , n 1 A -I W r f 3 ' 4 , 5, ' ' fr I I ,, .51 . VL V , ag ,J J' f . . f f-J ' f 1 -' ie s ' ,, Af ' Q ' ' V' fl I Q 2 ' , 5 . I ' 74 7 aff Y :V i ' V V , ' - ' 'N , V.. .- is 'a 2 , if ,I 1 ' V E, : Lf . ,, , , , V M V , ,, 'V , , i A 3 , A 3 9 ffvw -V 1 A 4, A -1 , - 'Ab rife' Y' A PL Q V' ft, fp o. i , V ' 1 LQ 'A E, . f ' J "V , 1 It r W , :Q 4 f 'V ' -J Q . 4 .Is .W Tv fg if 3 1 K . ., l 4 'A f-- H s-, , .- W . . Av M , .. y i s . WA' . A , I . . . f " " - 55 3 .. .. " ' 1, 3 W , J ' . , 1 r K ' 4 L A ' - px. ' I . i, .' ' 1 fx X K '.. ,... . ' J, ,, ,I Q ,, ,.. , ' .5 , . . . , vi A Ad . 4- . 4, ,,, - ,.i2'1, VL, w, RQ f tl N S 'Q wats' ' -in E i Qi MOCCASIN X 26 was We Q Eighth Grade Harold Alexander Harrell Applebee James Berg Nancy Bowes Carolme Brody Wllham Cam Robert Chonos Roxme Chonos Duane Coon Joanne Ellls Dennls Enerson James Engwall Elizabeth Felch Sheryle Fluno Jerome Forcey Harold Francis Donald Gifford Donna Gilman Janlce Hancock Karen Isaacson Dale Jensen James Jesse Charles Keeper Edward Krcmar Carol Kuhnke Gerald Mueller Carol Nelson Vern Nelson Lloyd Olson Catherine Pflager John Powell Richard Rowe Robert Spice 'a . Q fb' l' .5 ,Jr sa 31 . 'll Al' z ' .371 " f -, '- .. ,,,,,',, sm, V ,-ft rf-vi :::1r'. . fi!! , ,ix ,, A V r Q . . . C, . A t C4 . W, ' ' f -J , . A 2 a A f f 4 5- - ,.,::fgg.,jg:i'2 'if , ' Z. 0 51-1 zigzxfgi' 578 ,ME "4 ,I sh, "r!f'r::?T" Q . 9 'fr ff 5:52am-Sfigff ' ' 5? N ,' , ' 'I . J f .KX N K ua ,L JL V Q ,, Q.. - ,, -f,Q N -R I if .,, , M Q t , I A, if by ,, - - G, , H ,. V X 4 X , 4 ' x ggi. 7 K . T f ' fr' jg - 'f of 4' Q ,dl 2 j , 5 J ' ' ' '35 iff' ,Q ' ' f "'ff if , A H.- , ' if dmv- ' 1 4 .iff iff! 5 of ' X3 ju 4' . LAI, nf ..,., rx , 1 ,I 3 , J ci ,Y V. 'L 'Y' ,,,L I in FQ V? 'W v E f VA. J ef . . V, X, , V 3 X X . as ' "gd X f,?f'j'V 2' 1 'A "' J A' . ' f w I-, is op 5 fv e-V I ,Q W Y ev' , M' J, f .1 F , fp, . H . 1 - A .V 1 ,Y :M 1, I V A , J ' ' f"""' ...... -" Lf M is -----M A. . 2 , 1 I r -w A pc rv vs X f Q 1' i 7' A ' - v, Ii, 1 y , ' ' , In , L Elghth Grade Florance Streeter Whldred Streeter Harold Thurber Bonnxe Treutel Jeanette Truchmskl Davld Vehrs Gary Walbruck Donald Weber Seventh Grade Lois Allison Donna Aron Bonnie Boon Dlane Boyles Dennls Breed James Coerper Mnlton Coerper Carol Drews Margaret Drews Patnca Ferkey Jacquehne Fischer Robert Fischer Gordon Freeman Bruce Fry Barbara Hankel Nllchael Irwm wllllam Jackson Vlan alyn Jensen Barbara Johnson Rxchard Kautzer Fr? -I '31 if 'irlgx 4 HRM t ll lfl "l!',fX 'ln 'fi' 27 X MOCCASIN ' . . ' Q Q' ' 'FQ 6-V V. N. I ' ' H -i , I 'Q . 3 I 2. :JF 7 b l W, . f 'X I mllwgfjl' ' Q ig vf '1aa Q l' J ' l"'f fy' F3 Q. no Rx n ., Q ' ll' F- ' , 3, , ' - aj , A A, A . . I -'ik A - XJ A X fm' K . A 4 fl f '15 J 4 1 ex' ' ' If-2 . p ,T If 'XV F' V 4 1 ll V' fb Q f A J - , l AZ- lftf X X gl A , . IAA y K l A .V "t A iktsr -sb I ' V J y f I MOCCASIN X 28 :iff Y 1 iw an 1-4 Y, J 'fra sfyfxx iii? a iff! lr. E ,IS N.. Seventh Grade Edw ard Lay ton Karen Lee Robert Lengle Phlllrp Linden laura Jean Long Melun Mlracle Sandra Mlsna Sharon Moody Lucllle New man James Lee Ostrum Roger Reichert Karla Rowe Mary Jo Rumsey Janet Sarver Leonard Schmidt Sharon Schmidt Corhss Dora Sklfkl Darrell Spice Roger Spice Peggy Stone Robert Tesser Lola Thurber R0ger Thurber Fllen Torgerson Thomas vehrg Janice Wegner Carol Zahn JoAnn Zurfluh Gary Keller Carol Layton . , .. A A Q.. J Vfifvf. J. J. ' f ., , J! 0 X J Jr , -fx, .2 J- ff yrs ::::r,,,,::3nuq,: I C f I pa J , 4 of . u"':f::,-4.15 A + il 3 y. ,gg 35: f - ,ill 934973: if ,if 1 rr .Wal , - "ll 'Z . ' , " 1 A ' ' .' ' M v . JJ jp V, ' y ' V 1' . ,Q 2, . -. ex A A.. ' 1 , 1 , A Y 3 fi-kk I ' 1 Vi , rr' , K , 4 Q W S 1, , J V J 3, H J ' , "Xa x we F xi- r J rim dugg A 1 ,J J :ue .fg JF. 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X ' , , ' Q -4- N ' v' i Academlc L1 e AC8demlC l1fe IS the most 1m portant phase of the school act1v1t1es In the followmg pages we w1ll attempt to glve you an ldea of what goes on m the class rooms Alexander Hlgh has a wlde range of sub Jects rangmg from vocatlonal to college prepratory courses Too often we are mclmed to g1ve our attentlon to the extra currlcular and forget the act1v1t1es that take place ln the classroom 1n prepara t1on for our hfe s work fs' Commerclal In the above pxcture Roberta Burnett and P1lSClll3 Lamb are operatmg the l1qu1d dupllcator The use of the duphcatmg machme IS taught 1n Offlce Practlce Alexandel Hlgh offers a complete course 1n commerclal subJects The 1nst1 uctor IS Mlss Vasslalades she came ln the m1d year to replace Mrs Rusch She IS from Greece and recelved her degree at Wh1tewater Wlsconsm Engllsh Engllsh IS baslc to all other studles m th1S plcture It 5' li three students Judy xg Kutella Janet Bowes " . 'i ' and Frank Drews are readmg Macbeth orally The purpose of thlS readmg IS to gam a better understandlng of the works of Shake - speare Th1s takes place m the sen1or Enghsh class 29 X MOCCASIN 'f ' fi ,ffy 6 N I ' . . ' ' ' 3 ' 1 f 5 X . . . . I , Y : Y l ' r , 'lr , l I 'V . , l l K , ,p QQ! ' you I I . . . t P rn I. . l lyk ' . Academic Lle Mathematlcs Mathematlcs xs fundamental n sclence and en gmeermg and h1ghly xmportant m many other f1elds In thlS p1C ture Charlotte SPICE and Carol Baneck are dem onstratlng step by step d1v1s1on of a polynomlnal by a bmomlal Science Sclence IS an lntrxgumg subJect to the 1nqu1r1ng mlnd Shown here are three stu dents exper1ment1ng w1th flxed and moveable pulleys Joye Wegner IS measurmg the effort needed to l1ft a Welght w1th a slngle moveable pulley John Jones IS performmg a s1m1l1ar ex perlment w1th a f1xed and a moveable pulley Roger G1lman IS testmg the welght l1ft1ng propertles of a comblnatlon of flxed and moveable pulleys N MOCCASIN X 30 'f -or l . . . 4 . . if - i - . . . - '15 ,n Q' i l 2 5 i l 2 ' t 5 Q I ' 5 A lm.. f A ' . xt 5 , 6 , KK- 1 X 4 U 1 iff! :X R l F 'X . f 3 1 ,S ,K V S i . , Academlc Lle Hlstory Many fe. 'X our present day .'5g"a'-"N .Q customs and belxefs .aw EUXXL our laws and our 'L l1g1on IS rooted mn U G European Hlstory It """' stand European Hlstory .--f ln order to understand ourselves Mary Smart and Gaylord Rous stud "" N Furope 1n the M1ddle A NS ges. fUPOpf ,N ,Ht- M0015 'lggvx 1 Biology These students are not eatlng spaghettl but dlsectmg worms ln thelr B10l0gy class It IS not enough to study by books we have to learn by dolng Kathy Mllkey and Jlm Boyles are studymg the structure of earthworms Many other forms of ammal l1fe are stu d1ed 1n Blology Green plants are also kept 1n the blology room for the purpose of study ll J ffl at-r' Q Wlnnfa l, 5 31 X MOCCASIN , . - f ,sin - 4 Y 0 V Q . 2. .- f 1 - ,, - , J V' ith' f P ': ' ' . . . of ""',Q' 1-1-Q' ' - . ,- 'L' , ' 'f' ' . ' l , .5- rr: og' ' , - . . 'N ' ov. ' N , 'X I ' V f., s- r ,-.gfxs ? 5 "' ' ,., , ."x-4 "-'130v'T'.Q .,.5 f 1 re' 'x'-F .-- ci' Ny ll , . . . . , N F N' - 0 . 'XL' N X-ti, . ' fl-Q" . t I - . 1-1 R' " IS IICCCSSRIY to Undef- , " X1 f . TNG-iw ' ' , "f" I 5... . ' ' fl. ' 7 .Q I i f 1 Y , A J ' ' iff " f e L 1. K D Y U . ' Nu' Lf, My sk"Lf,, ,u"4l! "'- I-I . . . . . . . . I 0 O -'- . , . . . . , ' X '14 v . ' 3' . 5, f 'S 1 -f ' . , - 4 Academlc L1 e Home Economlcs The three major top1cs that are studled 1n Home Economxcs ale cookmg sewmg' and home management JZHICQ Hultberg and Barbara Bloyd are lav mg out a pattern All gnls are requlred to make some artlcles of clothmg and to prepare a meal Shop The pxcture below was taken 1n the new draftmg room Ken Tuttle and Herman Arendt tonfer w1th each other on a dlawmg Draftmg IS essentxal to other shop courses if .4 MOCCASIN Academlc Llfe Ar We ale In ought 1n Contact w 1th thmgs a1t1st1c ex eu claw 1n oul l1fe We see a1t1st1c d1splax s ln shop wmdows on t9lf,XlSlOIl and ID to mentlon '1 few thlq plctule Poxme Chonos IS sketchmg 1 holse whlle Calol Blodx 1S mlxlng COlO1 comb1nat1ons New Library Vle 'ue ploud of ou1 new l1b1 an Wll1Ch IS adjacent to the study hall It lS much lugel than the old lllJ1'l.1W p1ox1d1ng much mole loom for magazlnes and books as well as fox study Balbala Blowd 'md Polanda Jackson 'ue domg refelence wolk wh1le Joxe VN eg nel uses an unabudged d1CtlOHZ11X C I O t . . . ' x v. V-Y window displays, just , ' 1 '. In .K .l . L . 2 . y. . . i 1 ' 7 o s u C 2 . . , ,t . .1 The Alexander High School Band has engaged in a heavy program this year. On Dec- ember 4, it appeared in the Annual Concert! In addition to several fine selections by the band there was a piano solo and a number by a clarinet trio. The piano solo was by Nancy Weaver and the members of the trio were Karen Salter, Sandra Long, and Janet Bowes. In apprecia- tion of his services and guidance, a gift certificate was presented to Bandmaster, H. J. Schuren. Our story would not be complete without a note of appreciation for the recently comple- ted addition to our building. The band is now able to practice in a new room with ample space and acoustical treatment of walls and ceiling. Nine new practice rooms have been completed allowing individual student practice by several students at one time. There is a new room with shelves and cabinets for storage of instruments, a repair room, and an office for Mr. Schuren. These new rooms and the new equipment have helped the music program greatly. A spring concert was presented by the band late in the year and a solo and ensemble con- test for schools in this area was held in our school on April 11. The band under the direction of H. J. Schuren has represented the school very well this year and we are confident that Mr. Schuren will continue to keep his band in top performance quality. 35 X MOCCASIN "7 Cadet Band Flrst Row Kathy Gray Connle Washburn Arnle Nessa Dlane Boyles Joe Blanchard Barbara Rumsy Susan McLean Sarah Stlenback Sharon Nessa Second Row Mar1Iyn Kuhnke Donald Kuhnke Blanch Nelson Rebecca P1Ck8tt Terry Stensberg Lon Roberts Anne Goetz Marcy Green Don al1n Gazeley Loyd Olson Fred Holmes Lee Jensen Janet Glese Th1rd Pow Pat Gllbert Corllss Sk1ck1 DaV1d Schm1dt Mlke Schultz Sam Bentley Mltchell Smlth Tommy Sorenson Dennls Gllck Dale Olson D1ck McCarthy MOCCASIN X 36 ll luulll 'lllllllrllm Meet the Chou' The Glrls Glee Club has a membershlp of twenty students The1r dlrector Mr Schade berg has worked very hard th1s year to produce th1s orgamzatlon The Glee Club part1c1pated ln a Chrlstmas Concert wh1ch was held on December 11 a Sprmg Concert on March 9 and also took part ln our Baccalaureate and Commencement ex erclses The solo and ensemble contest and tournament was held on Aprll 11 at Nekoosa w1th schools ln th1s area partlcxpatmg The Glrls Glee Club was glven the opportun1ty to work 1n a new cho1r room wh1ch con S1StS of n1ne practlce rooms a room for the1r 1obes a recordmg room a llbrary and an Off1Ce for Mr Schadeberg We feel that Mr Schadeberg has done a flne Job wlth h1s orgamzatlon and Wlll cont1nue to do so 1n the future Flrst Row Ruth Bedessem Sharon Lew1s Jean Ploetz Juamta Crowns Jackle Slgourney Second Row Sharon Powell Patr1c1a Shymanskx Cathy Mans Betty Bushnell Janlce Hult burg V1rg1n1a Felch Barbara Lageunesse Thlrd Row Llnnea Fltzgerald Ela1ne Gr1ffen Roberta Burnett Prlscxlla Lamb Judy Koester Kathy Leshe Susan Slgourney L1nda Arendt 37 NIOCC -XSIIN O . . 7 ' - . u 1 , s J ' . 1 u . I - , , 7 7 7 7 . . . . Y . . ' 7 7 7 I . . .. , . Y . Y 7 - 7 .7 . ' ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 , . 1 . 1 3? ,. 3 4 K . on r. ,N Dx X N 1 . . rf" , .S Y , , V A A Alexander High School Orchestra Grows . . New Facilities Aid Music Program The Orchestra, under the direction of Theodore Schadeberg has had as usual, a busy year. They held their Fall Concert on December 11 and the Spring Concert on March 9. Some of the Orchestra members took part in the district solo and ensemble contest which was held this year at Alexander High School on April 11. The Members had an opportunity to work in an entirely new Orchestra Room, which is a part of the recent addition to Alexander High School. We feel that Mr. Schadeberg has done a fine job with his orchestra, and it is indeed a credit to Alexander High School. MOCCASIN f 38 IIIIIHIH ffllglwmwllll First Row: Priscilla Lamb, Carol Coon, Sharon Schmidt, Margaret Drews, Frank Drews, Spencer Gaylord Second Row: Dorothy Hutchinson, Darlene Hultberg, Sharon Lewis, Ed- ward Layton, William Jackson, James Berg, Carol Drews, Janice Han- cock, Sally Capek, David Freiberg, Richard Schoff Third Row: Nancy Weaver, Janet Bowes, Judy Musch, Donna Graf, Mari- lyn Alloway, Mavis Grover, Laura Long, Kathy Milkey, Marvalyn Jensen Carol McDowell, Judie Meier, Steve Britten, Dennajean Oleson 9 Back Row: Mr. Schadeberg, William Blystone, Allen Curt, Linnea Fitz- gerald, Diane Peterson, Karen Isaacson, Jim Smolarek 39 , MOCCASIN ffl I NT' "kn- Y'-ew! MOCCASIN CLUB The Moccasm Club 1S one of the most 3Ct1V9 1n the school Many students partlclpated IH the plannmg and orgamzlng of our yearbook The plannmg of a Moccas1n starts w1th the dummy copy wh1ch IS an outllne form of how the book w11l be set up In the flrst plcture on page 40 we see Jan1ce Hultberg and Janet Bowes workmg on the arrangement of plctures There ale many changes and rev1s1ons ln the book before It meets the spec1f1cat1ons and ap proval of our adv1so1 Mr Hoke and the rest of the staff In the second plcture we flnd Barbara Bloyd and Pr1sc1l1a Lamb plannlng the layout for the advertl ements These glrls contact the adver tlsers and try to sell them advert1s1ng space ln our book Wlthout the advertlser s co operatxon ln taklng an ad we would be unable to produce such a fme book Wfltlng and typmg are perhaps the most lm portant part of yearbook productlon In the pxcture on the bottom of page 40 some of the people who helped to Wrlte or type artlcles are shown Joyce Wllhorn typed the pr1nter s cop 16S These CODICS must be done accurately and proofread calefully for errors before they can be sent to the printer Roger Worth helped 1n the selectlon of type and arrangement of copy areas and also served as a l1as1on between the pr1nter and the club Betty Bushnell wrote of the schools progress and growth and other ar t1C19S of school l1fe and act1v1t1es Kltty Gust d1d the wr1te ups for all athletlcs and Juanlta Crowns prepared the artlcles for muslc and forenslcs MOCCASIN lf 40 S Another task in yearbook pro- duction was the preparation of layout sheets. Carolyn Gray, Rolanda Jackson, and Joye Weg- ner, shown on the first picture on paqe 41, were responsible for this portion of the work. Rec- tangular pieces of black con- struction paper must be placed on the layout sheets to show the location and size of each picture found in the book These stu dents received a good work out in mathematics as they had to use the formula for ratio and proportion in laying out each picture Some of the other workers on our staff were Jud Kutella Y Llnda Kniprath and Barbara Lageunesse They were the girls who trimmed and pasted the in divldual pictures of each class Of course no organization is complete without its salesmen or saleswomen In the picture on the bottom of page 41 we see Ro berta Burnett and Karen Salter selling a Moccasin order to Kay Salter who also has contributed towaid the production of this book The work that goes in to the production of our yearbook is a time consumlng project But when the finished product IS seen we realize that it was worth all the long hours that were put into producing the book 957' ,L qy-- s 41 MOCCASIN ,Iumor High Forenslcs Compete at Schofield On the ewemng of March 2 1959 fourteen Junlor Hlgh school students plesented thelr selectlons to parents gathered 1n the mam room and 1n Room 202 Of these fourteen people fue recleved A ratmgs Carol Kuhnke and Donna G1lman w1th non orlgmal oratlons Robert Tesser w1th an mterpretatlve readlng Dlanne Boyles and Sharon Schmldt w1th humorous declamatlons These f1V6 peo ple 1n add1t1on to flVe people who recelved B ratlngs represented Nekoosa at D C Everest Schofleld WISCOHSIH on March 10 1959 The group was under the d1rect1on of Elmer Bath ke and MISS Eleanor Metcalf Back row standmg Roxme Chonos Dlane Boyles Margaret Drews Barbara Hankey Corhss Sk1Ckl Second row standlng Edward Layton Carol Zahn Bonme Boone Mary Jo Rumsey Ellen Tor gerson James Berg Mr Elmer Bathke Seated Jamce Hancock Karen Isaacson Sherlwe Fluno C3101 Kunke Donna Gxlman MOCCASIN f 42 visa . . . 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Q . . ,..,-, I M swwfgg , Humorous Declamatlons Judy Musch Hungah Barbara Bloyd Foulteen IS Wol se Than Elghteen students paltlclpated ln Forenslcs as Death follows Iolanda Jackson Please Don t Eat The DSISIGS Llnda LEWIS The Waltz Kltty Gust The G11l Who Made Herself Over Bevelly Johnson The Llttle Black Boys gilsaarf 3,232-irywe Need A Culfew F0 T Shalon Saute1 The G1eat Awakemng age Motorists r een Al1ce Gllck Co1po1a1 Haldmg 4 Mmute Speech eadlng Barbara Lageunesse How Hlgh The Moon Ngnucgilgfsgil Olglgsgglng Dallene Hultberg The Fear Joan Thurber The Amerlcan Way of Llfe Janlce Hultbelg The Death of A Hned Man Nancy Weavel In Youth Lives HO e Pobelta Burnett The Secret Llfe of Waltel p Mltty W4 Tram For Publlc Speaking Seuous Declamatlon Juamta Crowns Submelged John Pa1nter Ped Dog 01 Ten people rece1ved A ratlngs at the local contest Wh1Ch was held on February 26 and re resented Nekoosa at Schofleld on March 14 They partxclpated ln the League Contest Those rece1v1ng As at th1s contest cont1nued 1n the the D1str1ct Contest and we hope to state The1r d1rector Mr Boettcher has spent much of h1s spare t1me worklng 1nd1v1dual1y W1th each student We therefore congratulate h1m on the flne Job he has done as the Senlor hlgh For Flrst Row Judle Meler Judy Musch Prlscllla Lamb Nancy Weaver Barbara Lageunesse Klt ty Gust Juanlta Crowns Second Row Lmda LEWIS Rolanda Jackson Jamce Hultberg Joanne Palnter Joan Thurber Beverly Johnson Mr Boettcher Th1rd Row John Pamter Sharon Sauter Ahce Ghck Barbara Bloyd Roberta Burnett Susan Wlpfll Rlchard Sturgon 43 MOCCASIN i . . . . . 1 I . - l v 1 . 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' .am " ,rt- I . h by U 1 . 1 A V ' : " 1 'ff 1 rar ' n Junior Class Play , A 1 CAST 6 - A Ken Tuttle Carolyn Gray 1 ' Roberta Burnett Juanita Crowns Priscilla Lamb ' Judy Musch Joanne Painter Judy Meier Jean Ploetz Julie Reichert Karen Boyles Mavls Grover Joan Alexander Q ff A nmeteen year old boy has Just stood trxal for the fatal stabbmg of hls father It looks llke an open and shut case unt1l one of the Juxors begms openmg the others eyes to the facts It should not become a personal thmg but personal lt does become wlth each Juror reveallnghls own character as the varlous testlmonles are re exammed the murder re enacted and a new murder threat born before then eyes Tempers get short argu ments grow long and the Jurors become Twelve Angly Women Semor Llass Play Rebel Wlthout A Cause, an adaptatlon of the Warner Brothers movle was the t1t1e of the Senlor Class Play presented May 4, 1959 m the gymnaslum The play was a tense excltmg drama that dealt with the emotlonal problems of Amerxcas teen age genela lon The cast mcluded Spencer Gaylord Pat Schoff Steve Brltten Jamce Hultberg, Roger Gllrnan Don Relchert Jack Joslln Don Tuttle Sally Capek Jamce Bauer Roger Worth, Rollle Jackson Kxtty Gust Kay Salter Dave Frelberg Carol Coon Betty Bushnell Joyce Wllhorn Ron Dlckey Chfford Hass Dav1d Kmprath Roger Schauer and Student dlrcctor Jove Wegner I 1,1 119' .f'r7'5' MOCCA SIN X 44 I r 5 l l ' F 1 i 1- I . l 1 1 7 1 'X P 1 l Z I I 5 Y ' 7 I 7 C7 1 X A , 9 ,, if V' a A 13, X . r'lM.A. X . 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A N ' 1 XZ .rf - in 211 1 I Audlo Vlsual PFOJCCUOIIISI Club Front James Berg Thomas Vehrs Edward Krcmar Back Davld Vhlke Harold Alexander Ron Vlken Mr Zahn The Audlo vlsual actlvltles of Alexander Hlgh and Grade School revolve around the Audlo vlsual organlzatlon Thxs department IS headed by Mr Zahn who has had a vude range of experxences m thus fleld The club IS small but works w1th a great deal of enthusmsm and ef flclency The dutles of 1ts members lnvolve everythmg from stage hands to asslstlng at publlc relatlon 3Ct1V1t16S The projectlonxsts are re crulted from the Junlor Hxgh students who grow 1nto use fulness as the1r trammg and experlences progress btudent Llbrarlans The student llbrarlans as sxst Mmss Metcalf 1n chargmg out books and magaZ1n9S and m general superwsxon of the hbrarv T 1 'Y -la A MOCCASIXI Conservatlon Club Kneehng left to rlght Roger Gxlman Spencer Gaylord, Jack Joslln Fxrst row Roger Oleson Gary Wolfe Roger Schauer Tom Mans Greg Grezllk Fred Rexchert Tom McLean Mr Peterson Second row W1ll1am Blystone, Larry Fellce, Jlm Glese, Carl Hass Frank Drews Donald Fischer, Joel Curt Gene Pflager Rlchard Schmldt Merlm Davxd Thlrd row Larry Wmters Ronald Thurber Dlck Schoff Alan Oleson 'lerry Lewms Lester Chonos Jlm Smolarek Edward Gotz Future Homemakers of Amerlca Seated, left to r1ght Joy Brunner Carol Styka Joyce Wllhorn Rolanda Jackson Mary Smart Darlene Hultberg Barbara Laguenesse Kathleen Gust Barbara Bloyd Carolyn Gray Mrs Doenler Back row Susan Wlpfll Jenny VVegner Vlrglnla Karbowskl Dnane Peterson Pat Schoff 'D 'VIOCCASIN , 46 as ' n '-T Q- ' r I ,. -, , I S V .3 ,, - ' A - I ' . 1 ' 4- A 7 5 , , 5 ,I - y, L- Y I O . y . z . , I . 0 . I : 9 ! Y l ' I ! ' ' ' Y , ' ' . 1 . . 1 I . - Y . y . , , ' : i 7 ! Y ! ! Y ' I : Y ! . ! l Pat Vavrlna, Janice Hultberg, Carol Coon, Sherr1 Bowes. Fxrst Row: Marge Esser, , - , , . I , 1 . 1 , ' ., . . : . , , 1 I ' Xu ., , , - -. 1 - ' if , I Y A LL x1 Y? 1 '- ,4 - ,. - , ! ' 1Q 77 R' , 'N . ev K I" Q, s f ' ,v G o O 'Z School Life Pep Band The pep band provldes muslc for pep meetmgs and helps to keep the school Splllt allve ba-4' Homecommg ueen and Court Pat Schoff relgned supreme over Homecommg F8St1V1t16S for 1959 She was elected by the student body Her coult cons1sted of Deljean Knlprath Sandra Grezllk L1nda Arendt Joye Wegner and Rolanda Jackson Pe1gn1ng w1th Pat was Klng Cllff Hass chosen by Football team members ff? O 14" 44 NIOCCASIN 1 ' Vw . . s ., T f 5 X . ' 4' , i 1 . . ' U . V . D, l . , . , , . x. .H , D gl Q 4 4 I .1 I ' ' ., "2 M --' . I , J, an ve- , U fe, .1 A I M - -1 ,K .s iv . I ' l , L - Se I v s A X V , . l U, . , fd Q ij 'M 1 1 I. ,J K V , - . Q :L , W r A l V ,W I l ' - -ai' -: ' ' ' 4 - . 1 11- we x K QS if If fl 4- ju' . wx, J - Q I an V I 1 c - Q i l T - 3 A p p h 5 N N .- s 'Q 1' , 4 'F i, 4 ' ' 'Y 1 ' " l A ' A Team Cheerleaders Robbie Enerson Mascot Kathi Nhlkey Joye VS egner Juanita Clowns Rolanda Jackson Jow Biunner Judy Musch B Team Cheerleaders Carol Styka Nancy Weaver Pat Shymanski In oui Homecoming paiade their were several good was the seventh glade float Blasting Off to Victory BLH: I -1-We urr 'ru UF A 'VIOCCAQIN 48 5 1 , 5 , 1- , , ,.,r 1 5 K V 3 -A Q . - 'TQV H I J if r ' I I I, , Q Y o k X X c ' . IN 2 v - , N xt V , AQ x ,, v f C 1 7 It 1' f e , , 1 floats. Taking first prize in the junior high division ' A I 1 ! 4. 4 A , :il " A. f , Y-'L-,. , 1 il I lv Sl yvr . A 5 ,A x K' f ,, I ' Ju A 1 :gay Q not 1,f"""' 'i':'wy - Girls Athletic Association There are 34 girls in G.A.A. They meet every Monday night. The purpose is for health and recreation. Let- ters are given for a certain number of points. Eight Grade Cheerleaders Donna Gilman Carol Kuhnke Sheryle Fluno Roxine Chonos Janet Sarver Laleterla In this picture some elementary students are getting their o lunch The cafeterla is more than a place to eat it is also a place of fellowship with other students Mrs Stevens Mrs Goodness Carolyn Gray LL I 49 'NIOCCASIIN , . . I 1 .A ll I a 0 ,' 4 , W Q. . . 1 r ls '- - 3 G", ' H J' ft ' , W n , 1 x - - ' la g bfi-A , Q I' k K- ,L 9: 'O . A. . ' V T- ' t I , Qnr F ..f - r if if , 7 U " fr, a , i v ' A fi i wk. ' M ff .' ,.,f DANCE Iyf Q, 5 CANDY SALE The candy sale IS a tradltlon IH our school The purpose of the candy sale IS to ralse money for the varlous class projects Dlfferent classes and 01 ganlzatlons conduct these sales from tlme to tlme The homemade candy belng contrlbuted by the members of the group and IS sold durmg the noon hour or at the games On thlS page we see Carol Coon and Pat Vavrma sellmg the candy at a sale sponsored by the SGDIOTS, who are ralsmg money for thelr class trlp Another actnlty our school offers IS the school dance Here the students can enJoy themselves by danclng to thelr favoute muslc, elther by record or on speclal OCCBSIOHS by an orchestra These dances are held re gularly, usually after the games and are a means for ralslng money and offerlng the students a good tlme X NIOCCASIN 00 i x X ff' V I ' l ' . . . . . XJ ' . I s . K , 'V 4- 3 , E .-W ' :W X-wh await? .xi K 1 L, if I f F525 w 'ikfff' ' " J A , A' g' 55 wma- "--' ' T 'haw 'I f ... X. X , we lbanceal to flue .Nawazc Thls year the outstandmg event of the year the Jun The gym was dec t 1or Prom portrayed a tr1p to Hawau ora ed as a lsland for the theme Blue HaWal1 MUSIC for thls 1sle of parad1se w as provlded by Russ Nelson and h1s orchestra There was danclng from 8 30 unt11 12 00 Klng Don Brandt d an Queen Jud1e Mexer re1g'ned over even1ng Apr1l 17 2 the 1959 Jumor Prom on F 'MV rlday S xai Y ag 5 6 K2 ,Qin -I vf, al 'VIOCCASIN ll ' K4 " Y? , . ' .1 1 5' 'J X' Q. xbx 4 u ' X .xxj-his L 1 e A e my A 'U Lf" , as r e he ' M' ..f-' ' , Q 365 7" , 5, .-. X -sr X .pf 4 x f ' 'K The Nekoosa football team played seven con- tri 9213- .n ,Q v Back Row: Larry Fitzge ald, D ld H , D F' h Gary Wolfe, Mike Kostyn.r Ona ass on ISC er' Third Row: Coach Cardinal, Harold Alexander, David Sarver, Dennis Chirstensen, Jim Brandt, Don Esser, John Wilhorn, Don Reichert. David Freiberg. John Jones, Cliff Hass, Jim Walrath, Ken Skervan, Assistant Coach Holland. Second Row: an e AlRhtRnLbteJGt ic er , o ie ens in, im oe z, Leon Holden, Larry Felice, Dick Long, Merlin David, Jim Zel- lmer. Carl Hass. Tom Reichert, Richard Schmidt, Bruce Winters, Donald Ferkey. First Row: Charles Cain. Roger Lamb, Mike Washburn, Roger Gilman, Jim Liebenstein, Virgil Gray, Lester Chonos, Terry Lewis, John Kutella, Gregory Grezlik, Charles Worth, James Fisher, Leon Resheske. Gridders Attain Even Record for 1958 Season New gridiron Jnilialecf ference games and one non-conference game this past season. By winning four of the games, the team placed fourth in the South Central Conference standing. The Paper- makers scored a total of 141 points and had 96 points scored against them. The Papermakers opened the season Sep- tember 13 at Waupaca. They went down to a 7-6 decision at the hands of a tough Waupaca team. N ekoosa's only touchdown came in the second quarter when a Nekoosa tackle pounced on a Waupaca fumble on the Nekoosa 35 yard line. Twelve plays later Nekoosa moved the ball into the end zone. The extra try went wide. At the start of the second half Nekoosa fumbled. Waupaca recovered the ball and went on for a touchdown. Their attempt at the extra point was good. MOCCASIN X 52 On September 20 the Papermakers opened their home season on the new athletic field with Richland Center as the opponents. The Papermakers emerged victorious by a 14-12 score. They confused the Hornets many times with rushing plays, and occasional use of the single wing formation. However, it took until the final two minutes to chalk up the victory. The following week the Papermakers went down for their second defeat of the year at the hands of Reedsburg 38-13, played at their op- ponent's field. Five plays after the kickoff Nekoosa made its first six points. With only seconds remaining in the first half Nekoosa went over the end zone for the second touch- down. The extra point was good. Trailing at the half, Reedsburg went on to crush the Papermakers 1n the second half Peedsburg mtercepted several passes returned punts the full dlstance and made several long runs to obtam the1r v1ctory IH the second half Nekoosa lost agaln on October 3 Th1s to an alert Baraboo team N ekoosa made therr only touchdown ln the th1rd quarter on a 60 yard run the longest of the game Baraboo made 1tS two touchdowns 1n the second and th1rd quarters one w1th the help of an mtercepted pass the other on a long drrve In the fourth quarter fog rolled on the fleld Thls was a help and a hlndrance to both teams as nelther team plcked up much yardage after the fog came The f1nal score of the game was 14 6 Scorlng 1n every quarter Nekoosa defeated Vlroqua 39 7 rn a game played at Vlroqua on the Vlroqua gr1d1ron but th1S dldn t stop the redhot Papermakers The Alexander Hrgh team never fumbled 1n the game and galned a total of 388 yards from scr1mmage V1roqua s only consolatlon was that lt scored ltS flrst touchdown of the season agalnst the Paper makers The follow1ng week Nekoosa agam scored 1n every quarter and drubbed Mauston 26 6 It looked bad 1n the beglnnlng for the Paper makers when Mauston recovered a fumble and went on to score But It dldn t take long for Nekoosa to get rn the end zone and t1e the score The Papermakers outclassed the Maus ton team by comlng up wlth a passlng record of completlng 3 out of 3 attempts and galned In the plcture below, the Nekoosa Squad xs lmed up for a play agamst Tomah 327 yards wh1le yreldrng 70 yards to the1r op ponents Mauston dldn t g1ve up but they never made It over the end zone after the f1rst quarter The Papermakers were beaten the mght of homecommg by Tomah the eventual South Central Conference Champlon 12 7 In the second quarter a lNekoosa pass was lntercepted on Tomah s 20 yard l1ne Two plays later a Tomah pass was 1nte1cepted It dldn t take long after that for INekoosa to push 1nto the end zone The extra po1nt was good and the Alexander Hlgh team lead at the half 7 0 The lead was soon d1SS0lVed by the determmed Indlans 1n the thlld quarter as they went on a two touchdown surge to 1ce the v1cto1y Halloween was the nlght of the last game for the 19:18 Papermakers Thls game w1th vlctorv trouncmg Sparta 30 0 on the Sparta gr1d1ron Some of the welrd thlngs were a passer completed a pass to hlmself a 70 yard run Wh1Ch was no good because two players were holdlng on to each other and the last touchdown was scored by a Nekoosa tackle The team played a terr1f1c game to end the season The 1958 team carrred on ln Nekoosa tradl tron never stop f1ght1ng even lf the chlps are down Late 1n November the South Central Conference team was announced Frve Ne koosa players were named two to the of fenslve team and three to the def nsrve team They were Jrm Walrath center Ron Lreben stem halfback Don Esser tackle John W1l In the plcture below Brunstad carrles the ball for Tomah Holden and Chrlstensen both mlssed thexr tackles and Brunstad set up Tomah s flrst touchdown 53 X MOCCASIN . I L 4 e 9 I - . V n , a . ' - D 1 . , . I ' u I . , s Y , -' ' 0 , u l u , ' 1 , y . i . Y . . n . I, , . 4 ' , - . 1 ' . u . , n ' - , P' ' ' n u ' Y Octobfer 10- Q Them was 3' C014 Wlfld plowmg OH its weird happenings, gave N ekoosa another 7 . ., 1 I ' ' . . , ' 1 u 7 - . , . . . . . ' . . , - r . 5 . I - - . i 7 J ' ' 1 l ! Q . ' Q ' , . y . . c . Y 1 horn lmebacker and Dennls Chrlstensen halfback Cllff Hass was elected captam by h1s fellow teammates Twenty-one players re C6lV6d maJor letters thls season Eleven of the lettermen w1ll be returmng next season to make anothel tough N ekoosa team Team Members of the Future The Jun1or Hlgh football team had twenty three members f1n1sh1ng the season this past year More had turned out to play but drop ped out for some reason or other They played flVe games w1nn1ng one t1e1ng one and loslng three They opened the season by defeatlng Salnt Lawrence of WISCOHSIH Raplds Later 1n the season the two teams met Th1s tlme lt was vlctory for Salnt Law lence The other defeats were handed to them by Samt Peter and Paul of WISCOHSIH Raplds and Sacred Heart of Nekoosa The Jun1or Hlgh team closed the season wlth Salnt Mary s of WISCOHSIH Raplds The score was t1ed The tra1n1ng these boys have recelved w1ll provlde the future stars of the Papermakers. Back Row Jlm Rusk M1ltOH Coerper Vern Nelson Ed Layton J1m Engwall J1m Jesse Middle Row Danny Forbes James Boldon Dale Jensen Chuck Keepers Dennls Enerson Darrell Splce Denms Breed Front Row Doug Boyles D1ck Gllman Ren n1e Sorenson Jerry Plerce Bob Chonos Gordy Freeman Bllly Jackson Absent Rxchard Rowe Pat Gotz MOCCASIN X 54 ' , , . Q . . i , 0 , - u . , . . , . . , . . . . . : -7 , 7 . . 1 ' 7 7 ' - , , , , , Roger Relchert, Coach Kozlovsky. . . - . : 9 . 7 . . . . U , ' , , . Q ' , l . J . , . - ' - 1 n u u . ' , , . . , ' , 1 . . . . , , . 2 . , l Kneelmg J1m Walrath John Jones Jer1Re1chert Steve Brltten Dav1d Frelberg Standlng M1ke Washburn Ron Llebensteln Larry Fehce hm Zellmer Roger Buchholz Bob Stratton Alan Relchert Roger Lamb Manager Coach Gene Cardmal Inexperlence Shows ln Basketball Season The totally mexperlenced Nekoosa Paper maker qumtet ran 1nto one of the toughest South Central Conference leagues s1nce they Jolned It SIX years ago and as result the Paper ma cord for conference play However the Ne koosa qulnt played a very hxghly rated Elroy team 1n the Sub-d1str1ct at Necedah and came out on top In the over all season Nekoosa won 4 games and dropped 17 The team members even 1f they were losing fought untll the flnal buzzer sounded After dropplng the season s opener to Port Edwards the Papermakers traveled to Plam fleld November 22 to play the Trl County Hlgh team In a game wh1ch see sawed back and forth the Papermakers commg out on top 49-46 for then' flrst vxctory A long dry spell then set 1n for the Paper makers It wasn t untll after Chrlstmas va catlon that Nekoosa won another game thls tlme nudgmg Adams Frlendshlp 46 43 The Papermakels were detelmmed to vnu thls fol top after the Papermakers had led throughout most of the game three weeks before The Papermakers had a slow start as lt took unt1l 4 mlnutes of the game had passed before they made the1r f1rst basket Nekoosa was hot at the free throw l1ne for they made 14 out of 18 attempts That was all the v1ctor1es the local fxve could collect untll tournment tlme The Pape1 makers traveled to Necedah for the Sub- dlstrlct tournment There they whlpped Ne cedah 56-47 The mn gave them the chance to play the tough Elroy team The Paper makers downed Elroy 49 48 1n a real thrllhng a5 MOCCASINI kers ended in the basement with a 0-13 fi the Adams Friendship team had come out on game. Prior to this game Elroy had averaged over 70 points a game. The Nekoosa quint played their best game of the season and did everything they were supposed to do, exactly right. However Nekoosa was eliminated from tournament play by the Pittsville team the following night This ended the careeis at Alexander Hlgh School for five seniors Steve Brltten, J 1m Wal iath John Jones David Freiberg, and Jeri Reichert Tall Steve Britten was the top Papermaker on iebounds, getting 99 He was second in the 1nd1v1dual scoring with a total of 185 points for the legular season and in tournament play Jim Walrath had a total of 105 points for the regular season but percentagewise he was the highest, connecting 415 of his field goal attempts John Jones, Jeri Reichert and Dave Fre1 berg d1d not usually start but were always there when a substltlon was needed Their free throw attempts percentage wise were the highest Jer1 Reichert had a 800 Frei berg a 714 and Jones a 625 The five seniors w1ll be missed next year but the remalnmg underclassmen of the team will be out to give N ekoosa a more successful season BASKETBALL B Squad Nekoosa 41 Port Edwards 44 Nekoosa 49 Plainfield 46 Nekoosa 31 Richland Center 89 Nekoosa 33 Westfield 42 Nekoosa 43 Reedsburg 91 Tomah Mauston Adams Friendship Vlroqua Adams Friendship Baraboo Sparta Wisconsin Dells Portage Vlroqua Mauston Tomah Sparta NECEDAH SUB DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Nekoosa 56 Neeedah Nekoosa 49 Elr0y N ekoosa 45 Pittsville Nekoosa N ekoosa lN ekoosa N ekoosa N ekoosa N ekoosa Nekoosa N ekoosa N ekoosa N ekoosa IN ekoosa Nekoosa Nekoosa Kneeling Coach George Holland Mike Washburn Alan Reichart Bob Stratton Roger Buchholz Jim Llebenstem Standlng Charles Cam Ken Boyles Ken Skerven Merlin David Jim Fischer John Kutella Virgil Gray MOCCASIN X 56 0' ii F J 54 so ' - 0 62 69 , , f 49 ' ' 52 . . 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QF 14 G wi EL . s 2 5 l f 4 'i J Z ff? 4 1 g E4 6 3,4 V . ,, 5, 1 ' BASKETBALL Freshmen Team 1st row -Jlm Boyles Terry Lewxs John Kutella Alan Relchart, Jim Flscher Jlm Llebensteln Vlrgll Gray 2nd row Coach Gene Cardmal Dlck Schoff Leon Reshke Gary Wolfe Charles Worth Larry Fltzgerald Ken Skerven 3rd row J1m Pavl1cek Jlm Smolarek B1ll Koester Arlelgh Felch Davld Frazler Larry Jackson Robert Gerard Louls Layton lst row Mr Sauter, Gary Keller John Powell Harold FIBHCIS Donald Glfford Rlchard Kautzer Lloyd Olson B111 Jackson 2nd row Roger Splce Dale Jensen, Melvm Mlracle James Jesse Jerome Forcew Larry Hofmlester Harold Alexander 3rd row Edward Krcmar, Roger Relchert, Edward Layton, James Engwall, Vernon Nelson, Charles Keepers, Robert Chonos, James Berg Freshmen St Lawrence Grove Adams St Lawrence Mosmee Wautoma Won Lost They 4 4 l 57 f MOCCASIN We 18 21 Adams 25 37 . 32 30 42 10 21 31 . 28 25 ' 26 17 30 35 Spring Sports As the Moccasin goes to press activity is just commencing in spring sports. Therefore we are unable to give you any summaries of their activities. The following pictures show the boys who turned out for starting practice. Track First Row: Coach Gene Cardinal, James Pavlicek, Charles Cain, Spencer Gaylord, Ron Liebenstein, Roger Buchholz, Don Fischer, Richard Schoff. Second Row: Herman Arendt, Frank Drew's, Jack Joslin, Jim Fischer, John Kutella, Leon Resheske, Dave We.rderitis, Dick Truchinski. Third Row: Gene Winters, Dave Sarver, Edward Gotz, James Jensen, John Jones, Roger Gilman, Roger Lamb, Dennis Brunner. Fourth Row: Charles Worth, Dave Freiberg, Larry Winters, Dennis Christensen, Don Esser, Elmer Zuelke, Mike Kangas. 'Y sw ' african First Row: Larry Felice, James Goetz, Mike Washburn, Leon Holden, Jim Zellmer, Merlin David, Carl Hass, Coach George Holland. Second Row: Earl Erdman, Arleigh Felch, Larry Jackson, Richard Schmidt, Virgil Gray, Jeri Reichert, Bruce Winters, Robert Stratton, Jim Liebenstein. Third Row: Jim Smolarek, Alan Reichert, Lewis Layton, Ken Boyles, Gary Wolf, Ken Skerven, Terry Lewis, Don Ferkey, Tom Reichert. Don Hass Cabsent when picture was takenj WWW 'iw 1' Congratulatlons Graduates NEKOOSA-EDWARDS PAPER COMPANY 59 f MOCCASIN YEAGER INSURANCE AGENCY LUCILLE I YEAGER LEON F YEAGER Agents for Your Complete Insurance Needs Fare Lzfe Auto, Bonds Luzbzlzty Phone 317 Marker TU 6 3191 Street Nekoosa Foundry and Machlne Works Inc Central WISCOHSIHS Largest and Most PA PER MILL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES Complete Department Store Wlsconsm Rapxds Phone Harnson 3 9600 Nekoosa WISCODSIH wncornm owef' 0 Ann Zlg!77L'C0MPANY vw sum sem IEDUYKIQWATT MOCCASIN f 60 , - - - o 0 -' ll , NS - u Johnson I-Iill's Inc. 3 U 0 I I ll I Comphments of The Paper Inn and YMCA Food SCPVICB BEST WISHES FROM WF RF PROUD T0 BE d the Boys PHOTOGRAPHER E B Schaffenberger an YOUR THE. NEKOOSA PRESS PRINTERS Nekoosa Wlsconsm A af' I WI Wherew er You Go COLLEGE MET APMED FORCES INDUSTPY We have a Plan of Securlty PHOTOORAPHID D SI ned for You' 680 East Grand 9 g L .I'IaI'l'lSOh 3 4920 Wlsconsm Rapxds Wlsconsm Nekoosa Agent ROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO IT PAYS TO SAVE WHERE SAVING PAYS NEKOOSA PORT EDWARDS BUILDING 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION V1 00 SHOPPING CENTER PORT EDWARDS WISCONSIN . O ' I 1 1 ... at .1 9 V' ' I IIIWIZ' ' I' -' 'LLB' . .4 -4- A 'Cf A f . .nfl ' L N 1 Ilfffi 5- nnsmwx Q - 1 1 un Q xi lIl,lll 3 Q! ' K '-' 9 Y 61 MOCC-XSIIN International Association of Machinists NEPCO LODGE I543 318 Market Street - Labor Temple Building FEY PUBLISHING COMPANY Nekoosa, Wisconsin WISCONSIN RAPIDS WISCONSIN Nekoosa Port Edwards LABOR TEMPLE Inc RIALTO THEATRE COMPLIMENTS GRODE 8z NASH PAPER COMPANY N ekoosa Wlsconsi Your Entertainment Spot in Nekoosa Compliments of United We Stand Di :ded We Fall Labor Temple Building 318 Market Street Nekoosa Wisconsin MOCCASIIN f 62 Nekoosa Papermakers Local No. 59 Students come 1n and lealn how ou1 bank puts your money to work for you Open a savmgs account w1th us and enjoy the many servlces th1s bank has to offer Nekoosa Port Edwards State Bank MEMBER F D I C Dpstsl dup toS10000 NEKOOSA PORT EDWARDS You can feel Justly proud of your graduatlon from hlgh school It w11l always rank as one of the major accomphshments of your llves We are happy to have been of SBYVICG to you throughout these past years and are hopmg to con t1nue servmg you ln the future We also hope to have some of you as members of our organxzatlon 1n the years to come Nekoosa Business 8: Professional lVlen's Ass'n 63 MOCCASIN Congratulations Class of 1959 . . MOCCASIN X 64 Jn olppreccahon Vie hope you have enJoyed paglng through the 1939 lxl0CC3S1Il as much as we have enJoyed brlngmg lt to vou Spec1al thanks are extend ed to the followlng for the help thev have gxven To the adx ertlsers who have purchased space ln our book Wlthout the1r support we would have had to compromlse the qual1ty of the press work b1nd1ng and curtalled the s1ze of the book To our advlsor Mr Theron Hoke shown m the top plcture for h1s superv1s1on 1n helpmg us plan edlt and produce our yearbook H1s dutles are manv and xarlous He must teach the members of the club how to prepare copv crop plctures plan the dummy copv proofread for errors and all the other tasks that we must perform 1n the product1on of our yearbook To Mr E B Schaffenberger second plc ture from the top who set the type and prepar ed the copv that 1S attached to the layout sheets After these COPIES have been prepared the book IS then ready to go to press Company V! 1scons1n Paplds who superv1sed the presswork and b1nd1ng of our book M Welch and Roger Worth are shown here as they conferred on the matter of tvpe style and SIZQ The proper selectlon of type 1S of great s1gn1f1cance to the appearance of the f1n1shed product Mr Welch also advlsed us on our gen eral plans he approved the dummy copy help ed m the selectlon of covers and came to Ne koosa whenever we needed h1s help To Mr and Mrs John Keel of Marshfleld who d1d the photography for th1s year s book We appreclate the eff1c1ent courteous pam staklng serv1ce that they gave to us ll. 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