Algoma High School - Scroll Yearbook (Algoma, WI)

 - Class of 1961

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I . . .A -'Q 4- Gail 'JJ ,V . + ww - if 1 z,qgg,1i..,l 1 . ..,4-, ,NA f ixrjivq .wef,.,ff13Img.L-kmSi:?M.,pQ'Ui-3 r Lian. 3,4 Q, ,Y ., ,.. 2.21-ZgF5?iw5i: 45 w Q 1 L ,N - - af- -'Q t' .XUM f-L,,,,fl --,gf ' ' ,nnwiz-4.f j Qy-A. . if ffj- 5. ii:41:-0415555 ',.'4j5g-.vzv, X 1' Tig! 'V' 'n V. .,- -3.. 1, r-...g4w, .V 1' .'f3?f' lm -IHS -: -f .L-41,7 11.4.4 2 STUDENT COUNCIL--TOP ROW: C, Lienau, J, Schlise, G, Jenderjohn, B, Wolter, L, Tremble, E, Wiesner, .SEATED: D. Feld, T. Poehls, .T. Pavlik, O, Zirbel, J. Meverden, Mr. Cornell, Fofeewofui This school year, with its accent on exploring new frontiers of learning, found Algoma's youth striving to meet the challenge. Members of the graduating class of 1961 go forth to find their place in tackling the problems of a rising new generation, The school scene--with its students discussing, listening, experimenting, studying, as well as play- ing--is here depicted in words and pictures for your pleasure in the 1961 Scroll of the Wolves. Eedwwtwn We, the staff of the 1961 Scroll, wish to dedicate this yearbook to the Algoma High School alumni who have labored here and will long remember their Alma Mater and their part in its progress. As we have had countless opportunities during our school years to improve ourselves, we pledge to do all we can to broaden the opportunities for others. We join ranks with the alumni, for tomorrow is in our hands and the world is depending on our .contri- bution, ALUMNI--Class of 1960. wwf 4 7 ' ' al' e The 1961 Scroll of the Wolves is dedi- cated to the Alumni of the Algoma High School, A brief survey of the names of these graduates would reveal a relatively striking number of men and women who have taken advanced study in our colleges and universities and are now serving as doctors, dentists, lawyers, teachers, engineers, businessmen, and administrators. This gives us a feeling of pride. We are proud of their success, We are proud to know that our school enabled them to attain their basic learnings so they could pursue further knowledge and become professional leaders. Looking further we find the many sales people, businessmen, laborers, the mothers and fathers and others who are leading successful lives, We are also proud of their successes and their many endeavors to make our community the fine community it is. We are grateful to all alumni for their help in giving A,H,S, a good name and for being ever ready to improve our school. As your administrator, let mehand the torch to the graduating class and the graduating classes to come, It is now your responsibility to keep the torch well lighted and held high in keeping with the good work that has gone on before us, and to strive to become the kind of leaders our community and our nation will need in the future, HARVEY H. CORNELL Central State College University of Wisconsin Superintendent of Schools Senior Class Advisor Student Council Hobbies--Hunting, Fishing, Fixing Things ALGOMA HIGH SCHOOL I l - Q-pl:-., - 4-442: ' . 'xf if Q , N .Ft . t .sv 'I 'F '-Q zgfiy OFFICE SCENE: Mr. Cornell, Superintendent, Miss Rivers, Secretary, Timmy. Ewan W Gum GERTRUDE RIVERS Badger Business College Green Bay Secretary Hobbies--Golf, Sewing i GERALD THIELKE St. Norbert College Purdue University University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Advanced Algebra, Chemistry, Physics Camera Club Hobby--National Guard DONALD BERNS St. Norbert College University of Wisconsin Guidance Director Social Problems Senior Class Adviser Hobbies- -Swimming, Photography i .5 H 15' Herbert Stephenson Mrs. C, A. Ackerman W, ScottCanr1ey Marvin Krause William Mielke X4 BOARD OF EDUCATION We, the Class of 1961, would like to sincerely extend our thanks to the Board of Education for the many hours of hard work and planning you have done to better the educational program and facilities of the Algoma High School. We realize your im- portance in giving our school a firm foundation and would like to again express our gratitude. BOARD OF EDUCATION--Marvin Krause, William Mlelke, Mrs, C. A. Ackerman, Herbert Stephen- son, W. ScottCanney. YI Q' P...--u GERALD BARDOUCHE University of Wisconsin Central State College Stevens Point Chemistry General Science Freshman Class Adviser Science Club Adviser Hobbies--Hunting, Fishing KEITH E, HINDES Northland College University of Nevada University of Minnesota Geometry Junior Class Adviser Assistant Coach Hobbies - -Hunting, Fishing, MARY JANE DUVEL Wisconsin State College Oshkosh English, Librarian Junior Class Adviser Library Club Forensics One -Act Plays WAYNE DUVEL Lakeland College World History, English Freshman Class Adviser Debate, Forensics One-Act Plays Hobbies--Hunting, Leather Tooling, Fishing LYNN C, LAWRENZ. ROY KQSS Wisconsin State College Wisconsin State College River Falls River Falls University of Wisconsin Vocational Agriculture Stout State College Industrial Arts Homecoming Co- Sophomore Class Adviser Chairman F. F, A. , Homecoming Chairman Prom Committee Hobbies--Woodworking, Hobby--Hunting Drawing, Photography ELLEN MC KENNA Wisconsin State College LaCrosse Girls' Physical Ed, G. A. A. , Pep Club Cheerleaders Hobbies --Sewing, Sports, Handicraft uf, .. af...,,i, ,f a ...-r,...,-as s.. .. w wf rm- ,s.-:..'r-:Lazer e-.,,. :,,.,svt.1,... .. ....,,,., ,.,,,. 4 . ---.,..,.. ,. .. ALICE HIGGINS Wisconsin State College Stevens Point University of Wisconsin Milwaukee History Annual, Student Forum Hobbies--Reading, Needlework ROBERT KLIMKO Wisconsin State College Oshkosh Vocal Music, English Sophomore Class Adviser Mixed Chorus f Hobbies--Baseball, Golf, Music RALPH MC KENNA Wisconsin State College LaCrosse Physical Education Freshman Class Adviser Lettermen's Club Hobbies--Hunting, Golf iw sf .:.'.-151.514-P' f 4'2 -rf-J-r 5- 'A rs 4- -' w w' ' K' , . ' , , - I . 'U' . rl . 4 A K wh at ,stef 1, O. M ,.., yn.. DONALD R, NASS St. Gregory's College Oshkosh State College University of Wisconsin English, Latin Sophomore Class Adviser Drama Club, Latin Club Class Plays, Forensics One-Act Plays Hobbies--Photography, Gardening LE ROY SRODA Wisconsin State College Stevens Point Biology Driver Education Sophomore Class Adviser Assistant Basketball Coach Biology Science Club Hobbies--Hunting, Plant and Animal Photog- raphy MRS, CLAUDIA TASSOUL University of Wisconsin Wausau Mount Mary College Central State College Art English Junior Class Adviser School Daze l-lobbies--Painting GRACE POPP Wisconsin State College Oshkosh English Senior Class Adviser Forensics, One-Act Plays School Daze Hobby--Reading 1 in ELIZABETH K. WACEK Marquette University Citizenship Social Problems Freshman Class Adviser Hobbies--Ceramic Tile Work RICHARD K, RADTKE Lawrence College Northwestern University Instrumental Music Junior Class Adviser Hobby--Work MABEL WATERSTREET Wisconsin State College Whitewater Shorthand Bookkeeping Senior Class Adviser School Daze Prom Committee Hobbies--Knitting, Needlework, Reading LAWRENCE SCHMITZ Wisconsin State College Oshkosh Algebra General Mathematics Junior Class Adviser Hobbies--Coin Col- lecting, Camera MARY LOU SRODA Wisconsin State College Stevens Point Home Economics Freshman Class Adviser F. H. A. Hobbies--Sewing, Knitting, Cooking WILLIAM WILBERT Wisconsin State College Whitewater Typing Junior Class Adviser School Daze Freshmen Football Hobbies--Sports, Baseball, Football SCIENCE--Mr. Thielke, Mr. Sroda, Mr. Bardouche. MATHEMATICS--Mr. Hiudes, Mr. Schmitz SOCIAL STUDIES--Mrs. Wacek, Mr. Berus, Miss Higgins, not pictured. ENGLISH-'STANDING: MI. DLIVSI, Mr. Nass. SEATED: Mrs. DLIVSL M185 Popp. MUSIC--Mr. Radtke and Mr. Klimko. j . ff' U Uv Af br, INR HOME ECONOMICS--Mrs. Sroda ART--Mrs. Tassoul W COMMERCIAL--Mrs. Waterstreet, Mr. Wilbert AGRICULTURE--Mr. Koss INDUSTRIAL ARTS--Mr. Lawrenz V i' CAFETERIA STAFF--Mrs. Rye, Mrs. Wulf, Mrs. Molle, Mrs. Kohlbeck. H ff N? ng. 5 g Soup's On BUS DRIVERS--Mr. Page, Mr. Scherer, Mr. Jakubovsky, Mr. Marquarclt, Mr. Delfosse. CUSTODLANS--Mr. Harold Schmidt Mr. Karl Nell. 1 . h xv 3i5'X2v, 1 ka 1 X . . 'mi-Q41 5 .Ks v, -.N. . f v 'lf .X X 1 yi? T1 in Hs' 1 , S x sis J' ' DAVID ARNESON Dave He goes about his work in a quiet, studious way. Debate 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Latin Club 35 One-Act Play 3,45 Chorus Tournament 1,2,3,45 Forensics 35 Solo Ensemble Tournament 3,45Stu- dent Forum 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4. DOUGLAS BLAHNIK Doug I want to be bashful, but the girls won't let me. Band Tournament 2,3,45 F,F,A, 1,2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Band 1,2,3, 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3, 45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Journalism 45 Homecoming Committee 2,45 State F.F,A. Band 3. DARWIN BONGEL Beware, I may do something sensational yet. Entered from Kewaunee High. Basketball 1,2,3: B3SSb311 1.2.31 Science Club 35 Math. Club 3: Gun Club 25 Football 2,35 Lettermen's Club 35 Camera Club 3. fActivities from Kewaunee Highy. LOIS BRANN I always try to get my edge in wordwisef' G.A,A, 1,25 Prom Committee 35 Library Club 35 F.H.A. 35 Pep Club 1,25 Homecoming Committee 45 Chorus 2,3,4. KAREN CHARLES Charlie She's little and she's wiseg She's a wonder for her size. Annual Staff 2,45 Latin Club 35 Forensics 2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Prom Committee 3 5 Prom Court 3 5 Journal- ism 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Homecoming Court 45 Chorus 1. 12 755 were LEILANI BERO She's out of circulationg with a ring for consolation. Debate 15 G.A,A, 1,25 Annual Staff 3,45 Student Council 15 One- act Play 25 Prom Committee 35 Library Club 45 Chorus Tournament 1,25 Forensic 1,25 Solo Ensemble Tournament1,25 Pep Club 1,2,35 Journalism 1,2,3,45 Student Forum 25 HomecomingCom- mittee 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3: Spot- lights 2,3. KAY BLAHNIK Tony Life is short, so l'm going to enjoy it. Annual Staff45 One- Act Play 15 Prom Committee 35 Chorus Tournament 15 Forensics 25 F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Journalism 45 Student Forum 35 Homecoming Committee 2,43 Chorus 15 Class Play 4. MARY JANE BOUCHER Shortie Good goods in a small pack- age. Forensics 35 F. H. A. 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Committee 45 Chorus 1. .TILL CANNEY Not always bad5 not always good5 but dare her and she would. G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Latin Club 2,35 Student Council 35 Prom Committee 35 Library Club 45 Forensics 25 F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 1, 2,3,45 Journalism 2,3,45 Student Forum 35 Class Play 3,45 Home- coming Committee 1,2,3,45 Spot- lights 45 Badger State 3. PAUL CHARLES Charlie Disguise our bondage as we will, 'tis woman, woman, rules us sti11. Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Letterman's Club 3,45 Camera Club 15 Journalism 45 Homecoming Com- mittee 1,2,35 Class Officer 45 Foot- ball 1,2,3,4. LARRY CLAFLIN No lipstick on his collar. Annual Staff 45 Student Forum 45 Homecoming Committee 1,4. DANIEL DAHMS ln my locker my books do lie. They are at rest and so am L F. F. A. 3,45 Baseball 25 Chorus Tournament 15 Chorus 1. RICHARD DART Dick I don't only catch passes, I make them, too. Annual Staff 1,3,45 Latin Club 35 Student Council 35 Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 35 Basketball 1,2,3, 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 Camera Club 15,Tournal- ism 45 Homecoming Committee 1,2, 35 Homecoming Court 25 Class Offi- cer 35 Football 1,2,3,45 Badger State 8. JUDY DELAIN Bubbles If laughing were good for one's health, she would live forever! Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Chorus Tournament 2,3,4: Band '15 Solo Ensemble Tournament 15 F. H. A. 1,2,35 Curious Savage 35C1ass Play 45 Homecoming Committee 2, 3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Spotlights 3,4. CAROL DEPREZ She's gentle, she's shyp but there is mischief in her eye. Prom Committee 35 F. l:l. A. 1,2,45 Pep Club 45 Chorus 1. 1,2 , -It 4 ,X . 1 X ISK yi s Q 1' 3 J JE, f, 'E. 'i::?:3. A , 1 -un-'.-' -I '., fy ,... . . .. Y., 1.04.-V-fa , . if -00 ' f Y 'fit if :ti 15.11-55 . 'ff fl ow '. la' . 48 DONALD COPPERSMITH Copper He smiles at many just for fun, but we know there's just one. Latin Club 25 Basketball 15 Camera Club 15 Curious Savage, 35 Foot- ball 1,2,3. LEON HART Eagle Why let the devil have all the fun? F. F. A. 1,25 Homecoming Com- mittee 3,45 Homecoming Court 3,4. MAVIS DEJARDINE Frenchie Her nature is quiet5 but don'5 judge her by it. Camera Club 15 F.H.A. 1,25 Chorus l,2. Cl-IERYL DELORIT Fats A man hater--she hates to leave them. Debate 1,25 G.A.A. 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Student Council 25 Prom Com- mitte 35 Forensics 2,3,45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Journalism 3,45 Student Forum 2,35 Homecoming Committee l,2,3,45 Spotlights 45 Pep Club 1,2, 3,4. SHARON DHUEY She's an upright, downright, all right girl. G.A.A. 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 35 Library Club 35 Camera Club 15 Forensics 35 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Journalism 3,45 Homecoming Com- mittee 3,45 Homecoming Court 35 Class Officer 3. 13 BEVERLY DUFEK Bev A girl of silence, a girl of sense. Annual Staff 45 Chorus Tournament 1,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,45 F.H.A. 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,4. JUDITH FELD Judy She's sometimes glad, she's sometimes sad, even mischievious, but never bad. Debate 15 Annual Staff 45 One-Act Play 1,2,35 Chorus Tournament 1,2, 3,45 Forensics 2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 F.H.A.1,25Pep Club 2,3,45 Journalism 45 Student Forum 25 Homecoming Committee 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45Spotlights 2,3,4. DIANA FULP Quietly she worksg always faithful. F.H.A. 15 Chorus 1. NELSON GIGSTAD All the average man wants is a little peace and quiet. Band Tournament 2,3,45 StateMusic Tournament 35 F.F.A. 1,25 Annual Staff 1,45 Latin Club 3,45 Forensics 25 Band 1,2,8,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Student Forum 2,3,45 Homecoming Committee 45 Football 1. IRENE GUNNLAUGSSON Rer1ie They say love makes the world go round. Catch me, I'm getting dizzy. F.H.A. 1,2,35 Pep Club 15Journalisn'1 45 Homecoming Committee 1. 14 BEVERLY ENTRINGER Bev Never look back5 always look ahead. Entered from Casco High. F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. GILBERT FETT Junior Hair on my chest? Hair doesn't grow on steel! Annual Staff 45 Basketball 15 Base- ball 1,2,35 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Spotlights 4. J UDITH GERONDALE Judy Always jolly, always kind, the type of girl we like to find. Annual Staff 35 Prom Committee 35 Camera Club 4, Forensics 25 F.H.A.' 15 Journalism 45 Student Forum 2,3, 45 Curious Savage 35 Homecoming Committee 25 Chorus 1,25 Spotlights 4. ROBERT GOETZ He worked hardg he was the most trying kid in school. F.F.A. 4. JAMES GUTH Tis better to sleep in class than to waste a perfectly good night. Debate 1,25 State Forensics 1,35 Band Tournament 1,2,3,45 State Mu- sic Tournament 35 Latin Club 2,3, 45 Student Council 1,25 CameraClub 15 Forensics 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,3,45 Student Forum 2,3,45 Homecoming Committee 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 1,25 Football 15 Astronomy Club 2. MARR HAACK Mother Girls are always running through his mindg they don't dare walk. Annual Staff 4: Basketball 1: Base- ball 1,2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 3,45 Homecoming Committee 29 Football l,2,3,4g Journalism 1,45 Class Play 3,4. WAYNE HAFEMAN Hod A little sober, a little shy, but there's mischief in his eye. Basketball l,2,3g Baseball lg Cam- era Club lg Football 1,2g Chorus l. ANN LEE HERBNER Annie Amen! Or is it ah Men! G.A.A. 1: F.H.A, 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 4g Journalism 3g HomecomingCom- mittee 4. GARY HOFFMANN Gus Delayed--up to his neckin' work. Basketball lg Chorus Tournament l,2,3g Solo Ensemble Tournament lg Homecoming Committee 2g Foot- ball 1: Chorus l,2,3,4. DIANE HOSTAK Di The life of the party--and oh, what a party. Band Tournament l,2,3,4g StateMu- sic Tournament 2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4g Annual Staff 4g Cheerleader 1, 2,3,4g One-Act Play l,3g Library Club 4g Band l,2,3,4g Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. lg Pep Club l,2,3,4g Class Play 3g Home- coming Committee l,2,3,4g Spot- lights 2. YHA, - 1 it we l 46 -.anna gg . 1 --4-, s I 'QQ MARY HAACK Sawed-Off I hurry not, neither do I worry. Entered from Holy Family Academy. G.A.A. 2,3g Latin Club 2g PromCom- mittee 3: Library Club 3g Chorus Tournament 2,3g F.H.A. 3g PepClub 2,3g Journalism 4g Homecoming Committee 4g Chorus 2,3. EMAJEAN HARMANN Emy A friendly gal, a reliable pal. Band Tournament 2,3,4g State Music Tournament 2,3g Annual Staff 4g Li- brary Club 4g Band l,2,3,4g Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3,4g Pep Band 2,3,4g F.H.A. lg Journalism 4g Homecoming Committee 4. SHEILA HEUER Sheba I was cut out to be an angel, but somebody ran away with the pattern. G.A.A. 1,2,3g Annual Staff4g One-act Play 3g Chorus Tournament l,2,3,4g Camera Club 4g Foren- sics 2,3g Solo Ensemble Tourna- ment l,2, 3, 4g Pep Club 1,25 Jour- nalism 3,4g Homecoming Commit- tee l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2, 3,4. LARRY HOFFMAN Wench Here's a young man in his early flirtiesf' Annual Staff 4g Latin Club 3g Prom Committee 3g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Journalism 4g Student Forum 4g Homecoming Committee 1,2,3g Football lg Chorus lg Class Officer 1,2,3. KENNETH HUCEK Ken Everyone can see how hand- some I am, can't they? Annual staff 4g One-Act Play 3,4g Prom Committee 3g The Curious Savage 3g Homecoming Committee 2,4g Spotlights 4. 15 JULAINE JACQUES Red Confucius say: Wash facein morning5 neck at night. G. A.A. 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Latin Club 35 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Prom Court 35 Forensics 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Class Play 3,45 Homecoming Committee 1,2,3,45 Spotlights 45 Badger State 35 Journalism 3,45Stu- dent Forum 3,4. KAREN KERSTEN Just because the lights are off, it doesn't mean nobody is home. Band Tournament lf2,3,45 State Mu- sic Tournament 35 G.A.A. 1,25 An- nual Staff 1,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 35 Band l,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Journalism 2,3,45 Stu- dent Forum 2,35Class Play 35 Home- coming Committee 1,2,3,45 Spot- lights 45 Band Staff 4. RANDY KOSTICHKA DOC The essence of bachelor- ism! Annual Staff 45 Latin Club 35 Base- ball 15 Journalism 45 Student Forum 2,3,45 Class Play 35 Homecoming Committee 3,45 Spotlights 4. THOMAS LAURENT Tom l must have a sixth sense, there is no sign of my other five. Annual Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball1,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Journalism 1,45 Homecoming Committee 1,2,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1. LOIS LEIST I'll clean and scrub for the man l love. State Forensics 25 G.A.A. 15 Annual Staff 45 Latin Club 25 Prom Com- mittee 35 Camera Club 45 Forensics 25 F.H.A. 15PepClub1,2,3,45Home- coming Committee 45 Class Officer 2. 'I6 .t .1 .t k ,,g,,,,,gg,3QA.s ,.f52.w 5,-5 I-si, L 'iid 5 55 ,iff fa . is , , . T .aa gas X, 5 , fa ,glam asv ,, . . img ..z . ,155 ext. ' ,M .G -- ff if--in :Q . Z ,. . .. .If 1 W .,.,, . t, t., Q it 1 V M5 'gig ,:5:i1.fsizQfff!5fi af-f '57f ni' -fl Y 1 4-W e, . 7 S Se 5 F x 'fi' 1 fi :F , ia 1' ra gag? gg? 'E A ., X -55' . T571 ' may 191 VICKI JOHNSON Vick If dimples result from angel kisses, where did she get hers? Band Tournament 2,3,45 StateMusic Tournament 35 Annual Staff 45 Latin Club 2,35 Cheerleader 1,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 35 Foren- sics 35 Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Journalism 3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3,45 Student Forum 2,35 Class Play 35 Home- coming Committee 1,2,3,45 Home- coming Court 25 Spotlights 45 Student Council 2,4. GLEN KOLMORGEN Ralphie My kingdom for a pair of scissors . . . I love to cut up. Debate 15 State Mus ic Tournament 45 F.F.A. 1,2,35 Prom Committee 35 Chorus Tournament 45 Forensics 45 Camera Club 45 Journalism 4: Stu- dent Forum 45 Class Play 45 Home- coming Committee 45 Chorus 1,45 Spotlights 45 Ag. Judging Contest 2,3. DONNA KRAMER I don't say much . . . Iguess l'm just shy. Chorus Tournament 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,25 Chorus 2,3,4. JOANNE LE CLOUX Joey' I'1l marry for love, looks, and money . . . the love of good- looking money. State Forensics 25 G.A.A. 1,25 Latin Club 25 Prom Committee 35Camera Club 45 Forensics 2,45 F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Journalism 1,2,45 Student Forum 2,35 Class Play 3,45 Homecoming Committee l,2,3,45 Annual Staff 4. DANIEL LIENAU Cratchy lf in heaven we don't meet, hand in hand we'll stand the heat. Debate 15 Annual Staff 2,45 Latin Club 25 One- Act Play 25 Prom Committee 35 Baseball 15 Chorus Tournament 2,3,45 Camera Club 15 Class Play 3,45 Homecoming Committee 1,2,3, 45 Class Officer 1,25 Chorus 2,3,45 Spotlights 2,4. WXYNE MAEDKE Look what four years have done! One more year would have ruined me. F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Ag. Judging Contest. RONALD MICKELSON Ron One never knows what he can do until he tries it. Band Tournament 2,3,45 Band 2,3, 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,4: Curious Savage 35 Homecoming Committee 4. MARY MUENCH Dark brown eyes may lead to dangerous things5 believe me.' State Forensics 25Band Tournament 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Latin Club 25 Student Council 25 Prom Committee 35 Library Club 35 Forensics 25 Band 1,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Journalism 1,25 Class Play 3,45 Homecoming Committee 1,2,3, 45 Spotlights 4. DARRELL NELL PeeWee I'm the kind of a boy my mother won't let me play with. F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 One-Act Play 45 Chorus Tournament 2,45 Forensics 25 Chorus 1,2,35 Spotlights 4. NANCY PARINS Nan She is quiet, but quiet people often do great things. Entered from Benton Harbor High. Student Forum 3. ,Mn 'var ,9' . ya '53 MARLENE MAUER Mouse Her heart is like a moon-- always a man in it. G.A.A. 1,45 Latin Club 2,35 Cheer- leader 1,45 Prom Committee 35 Forensics 2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Journalism 3,45 Student Forum 35 Class Play 3,45 Homecoming Com- mittee 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Court 15 Spotlights 4. JEAN SHIRLEY MONFILS -'shirieyn Late hours aren't good for one, but they're all right for two. Entered from Holy Family Convent. G.A.A. 35 Prom Committee 35 Pep Club 35 Journalism 4. JANE NEINAS Janie Her mind is here, but her heart is elsewhere. Band Tournament 1,2,3,45 State Music Tournament 25 Annual Staff 1,45 Prom Committee 35 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45F.H. A. 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Jour- nalism 1,45 Student Forum 2,35 Homecoming Committee lg Class Officer 1, 2, 45 Spotlights 2. NORMA NEUZIL The brightest light is the brightest smile. Debate 25 Annual Staff45 Prom Com- mittee 35 Library Club 45 Chorus Tournament 1,2,3,45 Forensics 1,2, 45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 25 F. H.A. 1,2,35 Journalism 3,43 Home- coming Committees 1,45 Chorus 1,2, 3,4. GORDON PERLEWITZ Pearly l was sent here by the devil to 'drum up' business. Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 35 Camera Club 15 Homecoming Com- mittee 2,45 Football 1. l7 THOMAS POEHLS Tom An athletic star of great renown, he's also one darn swell clown. Annual Staff 4g Latin Club 2,3g Stu- dent Council 4g Prom Committee 35 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 3,45 Camera Club 1, Home- coming Committee 4g Class Officer 3g Football 1,2,3,4. .TACK PROKASH Al I had too much wine, women, and song, so I gave up singing. Prom Court 3, Basketball lg Foot- ball 1,2g Spotlights 4. BONNITA ANN ROBINSON Bonnie There's mischief in that twinkle in her eye. Chorus Tournament 1,2,3,4g Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,4g F.H.A. 1,25 Pep Club 2,35 Student Forum 25 Homecoming Committee 45 Chorus 1,2,3,4g Spotlights 4. THOMAS ROHR Torn I think--I think--I think-- sometimes. Basketball 15 Baseball 1. PAUL SCHLEY Tall Paul The taller you are, the closer you are to heaven. Debate 1,2,3,4g F.F.A. 1,25 Annual Staff 4g Forensics 2,3g Journalism 4g Chorus 1. I8 JOHN PRIEBE Fearless II Knowledge is dangerous, but I'm in no great peril. Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 2,39 Chorus 1. JAMES PROKASH Jim lf school life is liberty, give me death? Prom Court 35 Baseball lj Football 2g Chorus 1. JUDITH ROBLE Judy Here's the gal who's nice and neatg just the gal we like to meet. Band Tournament 1,2,3,4g StateMu- sic Tournament 1,2,3g Annual Staff 4, Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 3g Music Clinic lg Band 1,2,3,4g Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,29 Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Journalism 4, Student Forum 2, Homecoming Committee 1, 43 Spotlights 4. PATRICIA RONSMAN Pat Why should ltrouble worry, for worry never troubles me. 'f' Prom Committee 3g Pep Club 2,3, 4g Journalism 4, Chorus 1. RICHARD SCHMELZER Dick I could do great things if I felt like it. Baseball lg Forensics 3g Student Forum 2. STANLEE SCI-IMIDT Hertz I came, lbluffed, lgraduated, l hope. One- Act Play 2,45 Basketball 15 Chorus Tournament l,2,3,45 Horne- coming Committee 2,35 Football 1, 25 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Spotlights l,2,3, 4. JUNE SERRAHN A girl both serious and gayg a friend to all throughout the day. Band Tournament 1,2,3,45 State Mu- sic Tournament 1,2,35 Annual Staff 45 Band l,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Journalism 3,45 Student Forum 2,35 Curious Savage 35 Spotlights 3,4. LEROY SOBANIA Sub I have a mind of my own and it takes more than a teacher to change it. Band Tournament l,2,3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Latin Club 35 One-Act Play 25 Chorus Tournament 2,3,45 Camera Club 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Journalism 25 Homecoming Court lg Class Officer 45 Class Play 3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Spotlights l,2,3,4. KENNETH TEBON Ken Barbers and girls get in my hair. F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1,2,3,45 Ag. Judging Contest 2,3,4. LYLAS TREMBLE Henry Love 'em all, or you might miss a good one. Annual Staff 45 Latin Club 2,35 Stu- dent Council 45 Prom Committee 35 Camera Club 1,2,35 Curious Savage 35 Homecoming Committee 2,45 Football 1,3. JOHN SCHOENBORN Bill I can stop anything that comes my way--but a woman. Annual Staff 45 One- Act Play 15 Prom Committee 35 Prom Court 35 Chorus Tournament 1,2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45Cho- rus l,2,3,4. ROBERT SERRAHN Bob No smart man wastes his time with girls. Band Tournament 2,3,45 One-Act Play 45 Band 2,3,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Journalism 45 Curious Savage 35 Astronomy Club l,2. WALLACE STAY Wally He has no heart, she has it. Journalism 4. MARTIN TLACHAC Marty A country gentleman5 also a woman's home companion. F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Journalism 45 Homecoming Com- mittee 45 Spotlights 45 Ag- Judging Contest 3,45 Forensics 2,3. JULIA VISTE Julie She's just what she is, the others report, 'One swell pal and a very good sport. Library Club 3,45 Chorus Tourna- ment 1,2,3,45 Forensics 2,45 Solo Ensemble Tournament 1,2,3,45 F. H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Journalism 45 Homecoming Com- mittee 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45Spot- lights 3,45 Class Play 4. 'I9 CAROL WAUTLET Still waters run deep.', F.H.A. 1,2,35 Journalism 4. SHIRLEY WOLSKE Her work was prized . . . in earning A's she specialized. Annual Staff 45 Library Club 1,3,45 Journalism 2,3,45 Curious Savage 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Cho- rus 15 Spotlights 4. LLOYD ZIRBEL Zip If at first you don't succeed, give up. Band Tournament 25 Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Homecoming Com- mittee 4. BERNARD WILLEMS Bernie Open up the window: I want to throw out my chest. Prom Committee 35 Camera Club 15 Homecoming Committee 2,3,45 Foot- ball l,2,3. JELAINE ZASTROW I never worry, lnever fret, if I can't remember, I just forget. Prom Committee 35 Camera Club 15 F.H.A. 1,2,35 Homecoming Com- mittee 4. ORRIN ZJRBEL Oz Blessed are the workers, for they shall inherit the good marks. 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FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS --Becky Grauius, Treasurerg Jim Pavlik, Presideutg Jamie Hall, Vice-Presideutg Emo- gene Wiesner, Secretary. -4'f,,.fJ ' V, f if wg VARSITY CHEERLEADERS--B. Korth, V. Johnson, E. Rabas, J. Jacques, J. Neubauer, D. Hostak, M. ' ' Mauer. FIRST ROW: I. Jacques, M. Mauer. md 29 ANNUAL STAFF--TOP ROW: J. Schoenborn, T. Laurent, K. Hucek, D. Lienau, L. Tremble, J. Fett, T. Poehls, P Schley, E. Wiesner, P. Charles, O. Zirbel, J. Serrahn, L. Sobania, B. Wolter, S. Schmidt. FOURTH ROW: D. Dart R. Kostichka, M. Tlachac, J. Guth, C. Delorit, B. Fett, M. Perry, N.Gigstad, G. Kolmorgen, D. Coppersmith, K. Blah nik, M. Haack, G. Olson, J. Neubauer, J. Empey. THIRD ROW: D. Hostak, M. Mauer, J. LeCloux, L. Leist, M Cornette, M. Olson, S. Dhuey, K. Kersten, D. Pommier, B. Krause, D. Arneson, E. Harmann, J. Roble, C. Lienau, J LeCloux, K. Charles. SECOND ROW: J. Kostichka, M. Vogel, S. Heuer, J. Delain, J. Hall, B. Kohlbeck, B. Tlachac M. Tlachac, M. Wiesner, D. Girard, J. Feld, N. Neuzil, S. Wolske, G. Marquardt, B. Dufek, P. Busch. FIRST ROW V. Johnson, L. Claflin, J. Neinas, L. Hoffman, M. Muench, J. Jacques, J. Canney. ?lwW, Emmy ANNUAL STAFF OFFICERS MEMORIES OF PROGRESS EDITOR ................. Jill Canney All the members of the Annual Staff have given ASSISTANT EDITORS . . . Jane Neinas, Julaine Jacques their time and contributed ideas to make the 1961 Scroll Vicki Johnson, Mary Muench tell the direct and complete story of the year at A.H.S. BUSINESS MANAGER ......... Larry Hoffman The aim has been to record events of the school year in ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Larry Claflin story and picture form for your information and enjoy- ment. It is hoped that this year's annual holds many happy memories for all. MISS HIGGINS, Yearbook Staff Adviser 30 Auaamf. Y . '?2 '1J..w' Q SCHOOL DAZE--TOP ROW: M. Tlachac, M. Haack, D. Dart, O. Zirbel, P. Charles, T. Poehls, P.Schley, J. Serrahn, T. Laurent, J. Neinas, D. Younk, G. Kolmorgen. FOURTH ROW: M. Boucher, J. Canney, J. LeCloux, C. Wautlet, P. Rye, S. Schlise, E. Rabas, D. Pommier, M. Cornette, S. Antonneau, M. Olson, J. Jacques, V. Johnson, P. Rons- man. THIRD ROW: J. Feld, J. Meverden, S. Heuer, B. Kohlbeck, B. Tlachac, D. Kramer, I. Gunnlaugsson, G. Zastrow. J. Zastrow, J. Hoffmann, N. Neuzil, M. Busch. SECOND ROW: K. Charles, N. Gates, R. Serrahn, M. Sibil- sky, R. Kostichlra, D. Blahnik, J. Gerondale, S. Pavlik, C. Delorit, J. Roble, K. Blahnik, J. Viste, S. Dhuey. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Waterstreet, Miss Popp, E. Harmann, M. Mauer, L. Hoffman, E. Wiesner, R. Appel, S. Wolske, K. Ker- sten, Mr . Wilbert. Wfwia tif: M47 Paper, pen, ink, and fifty members of the School Daze staff have kept you up to date with news, sports, and feature articles, Lani Bero and Shirley Wolske served as co-editors, Other editors included: Robert Appel, artg Marlene Mauer, features, Larry Hoffman, new, and Gene Wiesner, sports, The staff advisers were: Mrs. Tassoul, arty and Miss Popp, features, news, and sports. Mrs. Waterstreet and Mr. Wilbert were in charge of cir- culation and production, 70am of Tmamuofa Resolved: That the power of the United Nations should ,be significantly strengthened was this year's debate question, The ten members of the club elected David Arneson, Presidentg Peggy Busch, Secretary, Jane Empey, Treasurerg and Paul Schley, Reporter, The Debate Club, under the direction of Mr, Duvel, visited tournaments at Seymour, Preble, De Pere and East Green Bay, DEBATE--STANDING: D. Arneson, G. Jacobosky, P. Schley, M. Schmidt, M. Reinert, M. Busch. SEATED: Mr. Duvel, K. Koss, L. Rutz, J. Empey. V' E ' it .f Vhfyggf?-ri, CONCERT BAND--BACK ROW: I. Guth, J. Cesar, K. VanPrice, M. Sibilsky, M. Prokash, T. Dupont, N. Gigstad, R Kostichka, Mr. Radtke, A. Wautlet, K. Gartzke, D. Feld, O. Zirbel. THIRD ROW: K. Koss, J. Ierabek, G. Heuer, K Koss, J. Roble, B. Serrahn, L. Sobania, L. Zirbel, J. Verhyen, E. Wiesner, M. Muench, J. Hunsader, K. Serrahn, R Mickelson, J. Neinas. SECOND ROW: D. Hostak, J. Schmiling, E. Fett, D. Coppersmith, K. Kersten, D. Girard, J Ernpey, K. Schabow, J. Massart, R. Granius, D. Blahnik B. Korth. FIRST ROW: J. Serrahn, E. Rabas, E. Harmann, J. Hall, K. Kohlbeck, D. Andre, M. Wiesner, V. Johnson. Swine dp Me fam! The balldi Wh0S6 aim is YO deVG10P HH HPDFS' Activities of the year included an exchange con- ciation in One of the fine arts, has atotal of fO1 Iy- Cert with PeShIigO, the annual Christmas and Spring eight members under the direction of Mr. Radtke. Concerts, the District Music Festival, at which we In the fall, the band GISCTCCI The following officers: received a first, and the State Contest, In 1960 twenty- .Tudy Roble, President: Vicki .T0h11SO1'1, Vice-President: eight members participated in the State Contest. and Edie Rabas, Secretary-Treasurer. BAND COUNCIL--TOP ROW: E. Rabas, K. Schabow, I. Hall, K. Kohlbeck. FIRST ROW: J. Roble, L. Sobania, V. Johnson. 32 l 1 PEP BAND--TOP ROW: I. Roble, R. Michelson, R. Granius, D. Blahnik, J. Serrahn, L. Zirbel, L. Sobania, O. Zirbel I. Neinas, B. Serrahn. SECOND ROW: T. Dupont, A. Wautlet,K. VanPrice, J. Hunsader, J. Massart, J. Jerabek, J. Schmiling, M. Wiesner, K. Kersten, K. Kohlbeck. THIRD ROW: K. Koss, D. Andre, J. Hall, E. Wiesner, K.Gartzke G. Heuer, D. Girard, M. Prokash, D. Coppersmith. FOURTH ROW: N. Gigstad, E. Fett, K. Schabow, E. Harmann M. Muench, K. Serrahn, J. Empey, K. Koss, D. Feld. Sang W qw Sweat The aims of the Chorus as stated by our director, The A Cappella Choir wifh sixty-one members Mr, Klimko, are to establish individual musical values, is under the direction of Mr, Klimko. to bring about stronger school spirit through pride in The annual Christmas Concert featured a new our group, and to teach co-operation, a fundamental group called the Madrigals. The Spring Concert, American concept. and the festival at Preble are some of the activities of the Chorus. CHORUS--TOP ROW: J. Delain, R. Ellison, R. Kostichka, R. Appel, A. Olson, I. Schoeuborn, L. Sobania, D. Lienau S. Schmidt, G. Hoffmann, G. Kolmorgen, D. Arneson, R. Heuer, B. Bellin, E. Columb. THIRD ROW: K. Gigstad, I Wolske, C. Hoagland, C. Lukes, L. Braun, S. Antonneau, S. Bucholtz, M. Cornette, B. Nilsen, E. Schmiling, I Kostichka, D. Kramer, K. VanPrice, S. Mallien, J. Rodrian. SECOND ROW: S. Heuer, S. Swoboda, E. Solchenberger J. Brans, L. Bauers, M. Mura, C. Maedke, J. Feld, B. Krause, L. Rutz, B. Robinson, B. Tlachac, M. Busch, G. Del- fosse, I. Meverden. FIRST ROW: Mr. Klimko, S. Cesar, J. Schlise, T. Hoffmann, J. Sell, J. Prokash, J. Koeberl, S Dart, E. Blahnik, C. Kohlbeck, J. Viste, P. Dufek, D. Girard, J. Tlachac, N. Neuzil. s 1 F.F.A.--TOP ROW: D. Bucholtz, A. Olson, G. Dopke, J. Peters, D. Dahms, R. Peterson, L. Blahnik, T. Junio, T Blahnik, P. Pflughoeft, D. Kostichka, K. Ballestad. FOURTH ROW: L. Schiesser, D. Wessel, R. Walter, G. Maedke W. Jandrin, R. Nelson, J. Schuch, J. Hucek, J. Guelette, D. Dionne, W. Raether, J. Burmeister. THIRD ROW: B Bellin, R. Kruegerfl. Matzke, I. Buege, R. Ellison, D. Gietz, K. Herlache, R. Wierichs, J. Feld, R. Goetz. SEC- OND ROW: J. Steiner, D. Matuszak, L. Jeanquart, G. Jacobosky, J. Stach, R. Tassoul, T. Holub, T. DeLarwe1le, R Pavlat. FIRST ROW: Mr. Koss, E. Bellin, W. Maedke, K. Tebon, M. Hackett, M. Tlachac, D. Nell. I 5 M14 fat Uomofuww The Algoma Chaper of the Future Farmers of America is composed of fifty-six members who elected the following officers for 1960-1961: Wayne Maedke, President: Martin Tlachac, Vice-President: Ernie Bellin, Sentinel: Michael Hackett, Reporter: Kenneth Tebon, Secretary: and Darrell Nell, Treas- urer. Leadership events of F.F.A. were county and state fairs, Northeastern Livestock Show, Officer Training School, Green Lake Convention, Junior Dairymen's Association, state leadership meeting at New Holstein, and F.F.A. speaking contest. Mr. Koss, the director, was elected a member of the State Advisory board of the Wisconsin Vocational Agriculture Teachers' Association. F, F, A, projects included the twenty-seventh annual Parent and Son Banquet, a rat and mouse 34 campaign, certified seed and calendar sales, and the planting of four thousand reforestation trees. The boys' trip was to Chicago. Special achievements and awards were: the nomination of two Wisconsin Farmer Degrees: ,Tim Blahnik received the American Farmer Degree at Kansas City which put him in the top fifteen boys in the state: Dan Krause was elected State Sec- retary: Mr, Koss was elected to represent the state agricultural teachers at the national convention:Dan Krause and Bruce Schmiling received the Wisconsin Farmer Degree at the state convention. The chap- ter had the Grand Champion Holstein and Guernsey and the best chapter herd for the fourth consecutive year, Two-thirds of the chapter entered the local speaking contest. A first and second prize was also won in the Public Service Essay Contest, F.H.A.--TOP ROW: S. Swoboda, A. Herbner, D. Deprez, D. Viste, M. Sidel, L. Detjen, S. Olmstead, S. Antonneau, M. Cornette, J. Schmiling, E. Blahnik, S. Junio, P. Brandt, P. Dufelc, J. Prokash, C. Deprez, E. Columb, G. Dufek, 1. Kostichka. FOURTH ROW: J. Lauder, C. Jorgenson, L. Guth, F. Dier, L. Schley, J. Wautier, C. Meyers, B. Russell, D. Soucek, Kay Koss, K. Serrahn, J. Heidmann, B. Kohlbeck, B. Flavion, R. Vandeveld, C. Matuszak. THLRD ROW: C. Werner, G. Heuer, B. Nilsen, D. Heuer, S. Dix, J. Fellows, C. Kohlbeck, S. Pavlik, J. Wolfert, P. Timble, A. Peters, M. Kostichka, B. Entringer, J. Tlachac, K. Iwen, J. Schlise, T. Hoffmann, L. Bauers. SECOND ROW: L. Rutz, K. Gigstad, J. Holub, J. Charles, C. Maedtke, S. Mallien, D. Seidl, J. Reinhart, J. Brans, C. Rankin, S. Mraz, E. Wiesner, Karen Koss, B. Becker, S. Bair, J. Meverden, L. Burmeister, R. Vandeveld, K. Kohlbeck, M. Ahrndt. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Sroda, N. Schmiling, D. Pommier, C. Delorit, S. Dhuey, B. Tlachac, S. Schlise, ?wpmq we ffm for Grimm .law The Algoma Chapter of the National F.H.A, tries to prepare its members to have better homes and a wellqounded Com- F.H.A. OFFICERS--SITTING: N. Schmiling, S. Dhuey, S. Schlise, munity life, B. Tlachac. STANDING: D. Pommier, C. Delorit. This year's organization consisted of eighty girls under the leadership of Mrs. LeRoy Sroda. Cheryl Delorit was elected President, and her staff included Sharon Dhuey, Vice-Presidentg Dianna Pommier, Secretaryg Nancy Schmiling, Treasurerg Bar- bara Tlachac, Historiang and Sue Schlise, Re- porter. The F.H,A, initiation, the annualspring trip, the social gatherings for the teachers and the mothers, the getting acquainted program with the Brussels Chapter, and the F,F,A,-F,H,A, Christmas Party were some of the social highlights of the year. Other successful activities conducted were participation in the U,N,I,C,E,F, Collection, sending Christmas gifts to needy families in our area, bake and candy sales, football- basketball game sales, and the style show. G.A.A. TOP ROW: Jackie LeCloux, M. Bero, G. Heuer, N. Gates, B. Granius, C. Delorit, J. Sell, K. Schabow, P. LaCrosse, C. Iorgenson, L. Detjen. THIRD ROW: D. Coppersmith, B. Becker, Karen Koss, Rosemary Vandeveld, M. Novak, S. Zimmer, A. Hoffman, M. Olson, N. Haack, D. Andre, S. Novak, C. Baumann. SECOND ROW: J. Wolske, P. Hein, L. Fett, L. Guth , I. Hall, K. VanPrice, E. Wiesner, M. Maucr, P. McCosky, J. Haack. FIRST ROW: Mrs. McKenna, M. Muench, D. Hostak, J. Jacques, E. Rabas, S. Dhuey. Aww md Smit imma ydfllf BUILDING VIM, VIGOR, VITALITY Where work, mirth, and play unite describes the Girls' Athletic Association, The club met twice month- ly under the direction of Mrs. McKenna. Officers were as follows: Julaine Jacques, President: Edie Rabas, Vice-President: Sharon Dhuey, Secretary: Diana Hostak, Treasurer, and Mary Muench, Point Chairman. Activities included soccer, basketball, and volley- ball. Serving lunches for cheerleaders and players after the basketball games was a special project, CAMERA CLUB--TOP ROW: C. Anderson, S. Antonneau, D. Soucek, M. Cornette, J. Massart, J. Koeberl, P. Rye LOOK AT THE BlRDIE The primary purpose of theCamera Club is to develop an interest in the art ofphotography. One of the main pro- jects of the shutter snappers this year was to buy an enlarger for the school's use. Other activities included the developing, printing, and enlarging of the photographs. Officers for this year were David Coisman, President: Judy Gerondale, Secretaryf Treasurerg and Tim Zettel, Vice- President. Mr. Thielke was the Club Adviser. M. Olson, M. Tlachac, M. Wiesner, K. Gartzke, D. Piette, D. Feld, T. Bair. THIRD ROW: P. Hoffmann, E. Col- umb, L. Leist, J. LeCloux, S. Stay, J . Shaw, S. Heuer, C. Larson, R. Vandeveld, S. Swobocla, M. Stay, S. Bair,S. Reinhart. SECOND ROW: C. Maedke, l. Schlise, T. Hoffmann, S. Schlise, K. Iwen, G. Kolmorgen, B. Fett, B Wolter, G. DeNamur, D. Younk, S. Thomas, D. LeMense, R. Krause, J. Heidmann. FIRST ROW: Mr. Thielke, D. Coisman, I. Gerondale, T. Zettel. 3, V.. ,.j'1.' sm. , ,..,..-.' My .,,,M,M ,W If Q f ........,. , Qin faQL2',l34Y'9'f...,3?L-gk K, ' 5 .. WM ..g:,1,,. :I ' W L, -: gy, -3.2 nk, ., , Y Y 1 ' 55. is 'X I Vu 14 Y , .4laQ ,A 'ei LIBRARY CLUB--TOP ROW: S. Novak, R. Vandeveld, B. Flavion, S. Olmstead, J. Canney, C. Wer- ner, C. Larson, C. Maedke, R. Werner, Ruth Vandeveld. SECOND ROW: I. Hoffmann, L. Buechner, C. Kohlbeck, E. Harmann, A. Peters, P.SCh1T1ilir1g, K. Iwen, M. Bero, I. Tlachac, D. Hostak. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Duvel, M. Busch, I. Viste, S. Wolske. 2?5eweq'4 .little !'lelpm The 1960-1961 school year has been a big year for the Library Club. Mrs. Duvel, the school librarian, has accomplished improve- ments with the help of her student librarians. Club members received awards at the end of the year according to the number of points they earned for duties performed. Library Club officers were: President, Julie Visteg Vice-President, Shirley Wolskeg Secretary- Treasurer-Reporter, Peggy Busch. left 74166 96 Om The Student Forum, with forty-one members under the direction of Miss Higgins, organized to discuss current topics. The officers of the 1960-'61 season were: Nelson Gigstad, Presidentg Gary Kostichka, Vice-Presidentg Edie Rabas, Secretaryg and Jane Empey, Treasurer. Meetings consisted of panel discussions, interviews, or travel talks with a student com- mittee in charge. The aim of Student Forum was to talk things over and voice opinions regard- ing topics of student interest. STUDENT FORUM--TOP ROW: D. I-leidmann, M. Perry, J. Guth,,T. Serrahan,O, Zirbel, D. Raether, T. Zettel, D. Bucholtz, D. Younk, G. Gunnlaugsson. THIRD ROW: S. Scblise,J'. Empey,J. Gerondale, C. Delorit, V. Brann, N. Gigstad, Gerald Kolmorgen, B. Wolter, M. Sibilsky, L. Hoffman, Glen Kolmorgen. FOURTH ROW: S. Dix, D. Arneson, E. Bellin, L. C1 flin E. R b , D. R eth R. Ko t' hk R. T k a , aas a er, sic a, ese, A. Wautlet, S. Antonneau, S. Novak. FIRST ROW: Miss Higgins, J. Urban, M. Olson, D. Pommier, J. Anderson, K. Schlise, B. Krause, J. Meverden, D. Girard, L. Rutz. - .417 4 .Q- iv ' ,4 , , -X. LATIN CLUB--TOP ROW: S. Swoboda, J. Wolske, I. Kostichka, C. Lienau, J. Hall, M. Novak, K. Schlise, M. Tlachac, K. Kohlbeck, L. Rutz, S. Novak, B. Krause. SECOND ROW: E. Blahnik, M. Perry, G. Kostichka, S. Dix, D. Le Cloux, D. Kambach,A. Wautlet, P. Hein, M. Olson, D. Feld. FIRST ROW: Mr. Nass, E. Rabas, J. Guth, J. Empey, N. Gigstad. II W .H WMM 01441, .Tuvenes Romani CYoung Romansy is the Latin Club of Algoma High School. Its member- ship consists of the Latin students directed by Mr. Nass. Its main purposes are to gain a more thorough knowledge of Roman life, customs, language, to understand better the practical and cultural value of Latin, and to interest fellow students in it. The officers of the 1960-61 term were: Jim Guth, Pontifex Maximus fPresidentJ Jane Empey, Tribune fVice- Presidentjg Nelson Gigstad, Qiaestor fTreasurerJ: and Edie R'abas, Censor fSecretaryJ. ham 61146 ?40f'L6dd64f The Spot1ightsl' is a drama club of sixty- two members under the direction of Mr. Nass Its aim is to give all students a chance to take part in dramatics and speech. This year, the drama club undertook the task of building new flats and buying new furni- ture for the stage. Also included were the junior and senior class plays. The officers of the club were: VickiJohnson, President: Jane Empey, Vice- President: Darlene Girard, Secretary: and Mary Muench, Treasurer. DRAMA CLUB--TOP ROW: J . Viste, M. Cornette, N. Schmiling, B. Korth, R. Kostichka, J. Struck, G. Kostichka, M. Tlachac, S. Junio, J.Schmiling, P. Timble, K. Kohlbeck, C. Delorit, J. Sell, K. Serrahn, E. Rabas, S. Antonneau. FOURTH ROW: J. Anderson, K. Kersten, J. Jacques, E. Nilsen, K. Iwen, J. Gerondale, J . Roble, J. Neubauer, D. Girard, K. Koss, M. Schmidt, J. Hucek, M. Olson, K. VanPrice, K. Gartzke, J. Kostichka, M. Reinhert, M. Mauer. THIRD ROW: R. Vandeveld, S. Swoboda, M. Busch, L. Rutz, B. Flavion, M. Ahrndt, J, Meverden, J. Feld, J. Le Cloux, J. Delain, J. Canney, M. Wiesner, M. Tlachac, D. Mraz, D. Andre, B. Krause, E. Solchenberger. SECOND ROW: B. Robinson, E.B1ahnik, J. Serrahn, D. Lienau, L. Sobania, K. Hucek, S. Schmidt, B. Wolter, G. Fett, J . Prokash, T. Zettel, J . Dionne, D. Nell, J . Wiese, G. Kolmorgen, M. Mehlin. FIRST ROW: M. Muench, D. Girard, J . Empey, V. Johnson, Mr. Nass. fi? af. PEP CLUB--TOP ROW: K. VanPrice, S. Stay, E. Fett, S. Pavlik, M. Mehlin, K. Serrahn, S. Dix, J. Jerabek, N. Gates, J. Neinas, M. Muench, C. Kohlbeck, J. Schmiling, R. Granius, J. Empey, J. Koeberl, S. Junio, J. Jerabek, P. LaCrosse, J. Massart. FIFTH ROW: D. Girard, J. Shaw, L. Bauers, A. Hoffman, J. Wolske, L. Detjen, N. Wiesner, S. Novak, M. Ahrndt, S. Antonneau, M. Cornette, K. Kersten, S. Dhuey, L. Guth, J. Wautier, C. Meyers, P. McCosky, D. Viste. FOURTH ROW: S. Swoboda, C. Larson, R. Vandeveld, J. DeMeuse, B. Tlachac, B. Kohlbeck, L. Ledocq, D. Andre, J. Feld, Joanne LeC1oux, S. Bair, A. Herbner, L. Leist, J. Canney, C. Baumann, M. Novak, S. Zimmer, J. Heidmann, J. Hall, Karen Koss, B. Becker, D. Coppersmith. THIRD ROW: P. Ronsman, B. Flavion, L. Rutz, D. Soucek, D. Brandi, C. Jorgenson, J. Hunsader, M. Bero, L. Fett, K. Blahnik, J. Viste, P. Rye, C. Deprey, D. Heuer, Kay Koss, M. Schmidt, J. Hucek, M. Olson, K. Kohlbeck, N. Haack, M. Boucher. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mc- Kenna, P.H6iD, T. Hoffmann, C. Maedkej. LeC1oux, J. Meverden, C. Delorit, N. Schmiling, K. Charles, E. Wiesner, E. Columb. FIRST ROW: B. Korth, M. Mauer, D. Hostak, Julaine Jacques, V. Johnson, E. Rabas, J. Neubauer. UWM Wa Cum . . wan AW 7?arwm6m :im qw.. LETTERMEN'S CLUB--TOP ROW: L. Lienau, G. Fett, B. Charles, T. Wendrichs, Dennis Younk, E. Wiesner, T. Poehls, P. Charles, T. Baudhuin. SECOND ROW: S. Koch, B. Wolter, T. Kramer, J. Seiler, T- LHUFCHI. T- ZSIICI, D. LeC1oux, J. Halverson, I. Benesh. FIRST ROW: T. Bair, D. Pagel, M. Peot, R. Dart, Dave Younk, M. Haack, Coach McKenna. I j' .4 a S.- NR 4' H, Wg 5 ws , - .1 -yt , 3 W X if if VARSITY ROW: I . Seiler, G Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma Algoma FOOTBALL TEAM--TOP ROW: B. Jandrin, M. Peot, D. Dionne, G. Iacobosky T Wendrrcks T Haack G Olson, L.,Willems, J. Pavlik, J. Cesar, T. Kramer, D. Younk, D. LeCloux, D Kambach D Willems SECOND Benesh, B. Charles, D. Pagel, L. Lienau, I. Halverson, T. Baudhuin, S Koch B Wolter D Kostichka T junio, K. Hoppe, D. Mueller, W. Paplham. FIRST ROW: D. Younk, E. Wiesner D Dart T Peohls P Charles I . Fett, T. Laurent, M. Haack, Coach McKenna, Coach Hindes, Coach Wilbert FOOTBALL GAMES, 1960 West De Pere Sturgeon Bay Seymour Pulaski Preble Oconto Falls Oconto Kewaunee HH!! I H gl I N.E.W CONFERENCE STANDINGS Sturgeon Bay East De Pere Oconto Falls West De Pere Pulaski Algoma Preble Kewaunee Seymour Oconto FOOTBALL B TEAM--TOP ROW: L. Schlorf, R. Wierichs, N. Schabow, M. Peot J Charles I Anderson D Wenz I. Hucek, I. Schuch, C. Lienau. SECOND ROW: I. Cesar, D. LeCloux, L. Willems K Hoppe D Dionne G Jacobo sky, Mark Peot, D. Kostichka, D. Mueller, W. Paplham, B. landrin, D. Paul. FIRST ROW Coach Wrlbert Coach Hindes, T. Iunio, T. Haack, G. Olson, D. Willems, D. Kambach, T. Wendricks, J Pavlrk D Younk T Kramer rat: '3lfQ MARR HAACK PAUL CHARLES TOM LAURENT Waiver Keep Spam fldqfr The Wolves, h an d i c a p p e d by inexperience through the first four games of the season, found them - selves in the Preble game. They finished the season having won three of their last four games, I-lurt by injuries during much of the season, the Wolves showed us theyhad the will to win by giving practically every team a good match, Because Coach McKenna was forced to use quite a number of sophomores and juniors on both offense FOOT Dick Dart Marr Haack Larry Lienau Bryan Wolter Jack Benesh Tony Wendricks Bruce Charles BALL MAJOR LETT ERMEN Tom Poehls Tom Laurent Steve Koch Jerry Halverson Paul Charles Dave Pagel Dennis Younk and defense, he should have quite a nucleus from Jim Seiler Tom Kramer which to build next year's team, Dave Le Cloux Gilbert Fett The highlight of the season was the team's 15- Mark Peot 0 victory at Preble, our first there since the rivalry began, DICK DART GILBERT FETT TOM POEHLS . I, 1 flwlnmf ' 'ML-Q - ffm. .H EW? Comm i TOP ROW: J. Halverson, T. Wendricks, I. Seiler, Coaches: McKenna, Wilbert, and Hindes. SECOND ROW:T. Zettel, Mr. Sroda, Mr. McKenna, Strr-enchl' FIRST ROW: T. Laurent, D. Dart, T. Zettel, and P. Charles, By golly, we won! BUJ 3? if V,:4X fa? 45? '.f4aQ is 3 T in-, IEV X w .fcvf I aw 1, BASKETBALL A-TEAM--T. Bair, J. Benesh, J. Halverson, M. Sibilsky, T. Laurent, P. Charles, T. Poehls, E. Wiesner, Mr. McKenna, B. Charles, T. Baudhuin, T. Zettel, D. Dart, L. Hoffman, C. Lienau. ffm off to fflqama, Walaea B-TEAM--TOP ROW: C. Lienau, J. Pavlick, R. Wenz, D. LeClouX, T. Wendricks, M. Peot, J. Anderson, Mr. Srocla. FIRST ROW: M. Reinert, J. Charles, W. RaeLher,G. Eggert, R. Baumann, R. Heuer, L. Schlorf. I , J f WW fQUlQf fx,fL ul Qu BZESI Qsolilx HE R! :LL if . gi ' EL XUY M 'Y U SENIOR PLAYERS: D. Dart, T. Poehls, L. Hoffman, T. Laurent, P. Charles. Wolaea R406 My !Z-2 3660445 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE, 1960 -'61 NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN CONFERENCE Nov. Algoma Casco Nov. Algoma Abbot Pennings Dec. Algoma West De Pere Dec. Algoma East De Pere Dec. Algoma Luxemburg Dec. Algoma Sturgeon Bay Dec. Algoma Kewaunee Jan. Algoma Preble Jan. Algoma Abbot Pennings Jan. Algoma Oconto Jan. Algoma Pulaski Ian. Algoma Oconto Falls Jan. Algoma Seymour Feb. Algoma West De Pere Feb. Algoma East De Pere Feb. Algoma Sturgeon Bay Feb. Algoma Kewaunee Feb. Algoma Preble West De Pere Algoma Oconto East De Pere Oconto Falls Sturgeon Bay Kewaunee Pulaski Preble Seymour CONFERENCE POINTS SCORED Tim Zettel Tom Poehls Tom Laurent Dick Dart Paul Charles MAJOR LETTERMEN Dick Dart, Tom Laurent, Paul Charles, Tom Poehls, Tim Zettel, Bruce Charles. Bruce Charles 83 Art Harmann 17 Gene Wiesner 8 Mike Sibilsky 4 Tom Baudhuin 1 Jerry Halverson 1 MINOR LETTERMQEN SUB-REGIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT KEWAUNEE E. Wiesner, M. Sibilsky, I. Benesh, T. Baudhuin, A. March 2 Algoma 63 Luxembur 48 Harmann, M. Peot, R. Baumann, T. Wendricks, D. Le- Kewaunee 43 Sturgeon say 38 Cloux, D. Wenz, J. Charles, M. Reinert, L. Schlorf, J. March 3 Algoma 32 Kewauuee gg Pavlick, Mike Peot, J. Anderson, W. Raether. Luxemburg 55 Sturgeol-1Bay 64 I vw- , lg A 2 4 by K z .r .ws 1 ,M , 4-.Wlflf 'x N 4? 5 Egzar 9 --1 W - Y ,ef-1' W--. 'El yn.-gg. .41 Q 4 xv 42 1. vi T 9 . , X, . l . r'v 5 r '- . -fm ef? - 3 r v. V '19 'bn X' . N I t lf - ,L 1, ' Y' A N :,..f f I wx L l, ' ,,. X QV X f fxxly Z -X. 4-4' 1960 BASEBALL TEAM--TOP ROW: T. Wendricks, A. Harmann, G. Fett, T. Baudbuin. SECOND ROW: Coach O'Nei1, T. Zettel, M. Sibilsky, M. Haack, D. Dart, Coach McKenna. FIRST ROW: T Laurent, D. Pagel, J. Bero, J. Neubauer, J. Piette. N, E, W, CONFERENCE Algoma 1 Preble Algoma 5 Preble Algoma 3 Sturgeon Bay Algoma 2 Kewaunee Algoma 2 Sturgeon Bay Algoma 0 Kewaunee SEASON'S RECORD W Non-Conference 0 Conference 3 Tournament 3 Totals 6 PITCHING RECORD W Laurent 4 I-Iaack 2 BATTING AVERAGE Neubauer . 341 Bero Dart STRIKE ONE! ww, wx MOST HITS Dart 12 Neubauer 11 Bero 10 RUNS BATTED IN Neubauer 8 Fett 6 Laurent 6 Bero Piette Bero Neubauer Bero Dart Neubauer WALKS STOLEN BASES RUNS SCORED ag. by 4 , ..,k 5 TOP ROW: T. Laurent, Strike Three. SECOND ROW I. Neubauer, J. Piette, Rival. FIRST ROW: Cor1cemration. m., f . 5 Q. 4 'v fill f ... N N 4 . Ein, ,L ,.Ak 4 'il ,Li L V . 4 . , V , l I , X KK! ?' L A 4-if Z fy Q 1 , psf ff . ,' ii? :QL .Q . x KPN, 1 f f 'f: '5? Q , . f hi v , - Q . fi?-'2 1 . ' 101, . may . --fg -is-ll ,yi -' ' 155.4 fs 'ivffii-'a' flamewmg 7i0qaJa,: saRf:2zf:5sER Sem! ,Me Q . S 5 wx. psf My f. 1 5 ,gk V ,hhk 52 Quwzv :awww L 77 , Q ,, , gf: A f -f : f ' ' WN A 5 ' mx.. 1- ,mL.. , W 7 ?1k- '?L 2-q . ' f- 551. O2 - 1 f . - ' , 'Nw . ,,m- 1 5' - H OROO , S ' .432 - 4 5 ' I id L'.. Q V, 1 ' if ,B I .1 . 1 'Y L L V - V ,W K f A - , , X A V xx ?ygSg,f4 ' i?E?Y ' ' , Qi-9 , , Q. f R 1 sg? ' ' . 1.-jj ' .. 1 -M ' W fu ,.. 5 Q., 'Sz'-M X' ' ' kr' ., 'V Vg. ' - .. . A O' xx R W. R H., S5- sr .. ' FAN A 1 4 R 2' A' .L 5, V ik 1 . Az, , K , 1- , I 4 1 .SM + ' ' k '. LE a n VVIIKYL LU aim, Snr 234 Aw.. TOP ROW: Seniors, Juniors. THIRD ROW: Sophomores, Freshmen. SECOND ROW: F.F.A.. F.H.A. FIRST ROW: Latin Club, Library Club I R 5 i 3 5 if J I 5' I' E F r 'B ' R . r , X x a, , ' i EJ fs R X - f .,,' ' I . I af fe O ge -5?-.O R , . TOP ROW: Seniors, Juniors. THIRD ROW: Sophomores, Freshmen MW SECOND ROW: snake Dance, Freshmen Leaders. FIRST Row Isn't that cute? , Watch your step! Q 9' 1 l VA ,O ,ff L: www, :V ' M I I H' ' WX I it 531, 1 A g J it 32 4 ' ,I Ng ' if - R X J V' ZA, . , Q- , .5 A R753 ' 6 gm: yi' fi' Saw BLACK OUT --STANDING: J. LeCloux, M, Mehlin, D, Girard, J. Schlise, Mrs, Duvel, Mr. Duvel, SEATED: B, Serrahn, D, Arneson, B, Granius, M, Busch, 4l Owl! Il . ll Extracurricular activities are a vital part of school life and Black Out, aone-act play, directed by Mr, and Mrs. Duvel, illustrates this point, The play won the local elimination contest October 16, went on to receive an A rating at Preble, placed third at De Pere, then received a B rating at New London. Those taking part in the play were David Arne- son, Peggy Busch, Bob Serrahn, and Becky Granius. A major activity of the a cappella choir, under the direction of Mr. Klimko, was the production of a two-act operetta, The Mikado. This Japanese musical comedy, by Gilbert and Sullivan, was presented to the public on February ll and 12. All the seventy-seven choir members worked diligently to make the production a success. MIKADO CAST--TOP ROW: R, Heuer, J, Schoenborn, L, Sobania, R, Appel, D, Arneson, BOTTOM ROW: M, Busch, S, Swoboda, S. Heuer, D, Girard. wiv' MEET ME IN ST, LOUIS --TOP ROW: N, Gigstad, L, Sobania, J. Viste, M. Mauer, D, Lienau, O, Zirbel, SECOND ROW: J. Delain, G. Kolmorgen, V,Johnson, R. Kostichka, K. Hucek.J. Feld, M, Muench. FIRST ROW: J. LeClouX, J. Canney, Meet Wie in Sa.,Lm lawn w Swift The Senior Class play was presented on December 4 to the public and the following day to the student body. Mr, Nass directed the three-act comedy, Meet Me in St. Louis. Kenneth Hucek and Judy Feld played the roles of Mr. and Mrs. Smith and the parts of their children were played by Dan Lienau, Vicki Johnson, Joanne LeC1oux, Mary Muench, and Jill Canney, Also in the play were Nelson Gigstad, LeRoy Sobania, Julie Viste, Marlene Mauer, Orrin Zirbel, Judy Delain, Glen Kolmorgen, and Randy Kostichka, Down to Earth, a comedy-fantasy in three acts by Bettye Knapp, was presented on March ll and 12 by the Junior Class. The play was unique in that its prologue took place in space, The production was under the direction of Mr. Nass, with Janet Sell and Louise Rutz as student directors. The delightful characters and sit- uations were ably brought to life by a cast of six boys and seven girls, DOWN TO EARTH --TOP ROW: J, Meverden, G, Kostichka, D. Raether, G, DeNamur, D, Bucholtz, B, Wolter, R, Teske, BOTTOM ROW: J. Neubauer, K, Koss, J. Empey, E, Rabas, J, Schmiling, M, Cornette. ef :film ,kkrrl I TOP ROW: S. Dhuey, Jack Prokasn, J. Roble, and J. Schoenborn. W ' M SECOND ROW: K. Kersten, and G. Perlewirz. FIRST ROW:J. Jacques 04 W P. Charles, V. Johnson, D. Dart, K. Charles, and J. Prokash. Sept. 6 Oct, Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. 4 of .a '1 .M . ,f1'7f ,kj as A yk, ik' , x TOP ROW: Rally at Homecoming, Instilling Spirit. FIRST ROW: E. Rabas, J. Jacques, S. Dhuey, J. Pro- kash, Mr, Ekholm, Art and English teacher fSecond Semesterl. ff ffm of Sfmdllligawe cmd ipfwgmeaa SCHOOL CALENDAR School started with 95 freshmen, 114 sophomores, 114 juniors, and 84 seniors. Juniors chose class rings. Drama Club organized. Edie Rabas selected as drum-majorette, Liquid Air was' first lyceum--Mr. and Mrs. Williams. Loretta Fett and Wayne Raether reigned at Homecoming, Margaretha Kjellberg sang at lyceum, One-Act play contest held, Charles King was lyceum singer. F. F.A. Banquet. Beginning of Thanksgiving vacation. Seniors presented Meet Mein St.Louis. F,F,A, and F,H,A, held Christmas party. Band and Chorus presented concert. Christmas vacation began, Algoma Youth Club held 14th annual Variety Show, Semester examinations began, The Nelson Family at lyceum, Vicki Johnson received DAR award. Robert Ekholm replaced Mrs, Tassoul in art and English position. Debate conference at A,l-LS, 11-12 Mar. 2-3 4 7 12 14 15 20 25 Apr. 10 14 23 29 May. 6 19 25-26 .Tune 1-2 6 Chorus presented the Mikado, Basketball Tournament at Kewaunee. Regional Basketball at Green Bay. League forensics at Kewaunee. Juniors presented Down to Earth, Conference forensics at Kewaunee, Matti Lehtinen at lyceum. Team honored at Athletic Banquet, Solo-Ensemble Tournament at Preble. Ray Monsalvatge at lyceum. N,E,W. Teachers' Convention, Band and Chorus gave spring concert Concert Tournament at Preble. State Music Festival, Madison. Junior Prom, Senior Class Trip, Final examinations started. Commencement for Class of 1961. SENIOR SCHOLASTIC HONORS Valedictorian--Judy Gerondale Salutatorian- -Larry Claflin Scholarship Keys-- Judy Gerondale Larry Claflin Shirley Wolske Larry Hoffman Orrin Zirbel 55 MUSIC CLINIC, MADISON B. Korth, E. Rabas. flaw! wack Maya f6Cllld!Ldd HOMECOMING AWARD--Mr. Cornell, M. Perry, Sophomore. MAGAZINES SALES--K. Karsten G. Perlewitz. 5 5 2 i I ,Qc:.--- l N BAND STAFF--K. Kersten, E. Rabas, O. Zirbel, N. Gigstad. SCHOOL DAZE --Mrs. Waterstreet, S. Wolske, E. I-Iarmann, L. Hoffman, MI. Wilbert, M. Mauer. E. N v Wiesner, K. Karsten , P ' :m': iz. . i . ..,. 1 , . L 5 ' 1- .f A:,.:,f,.1 ' a. le .. .. , 'arg f Af 5 h-A ,,,, 1 . ,,... V. 'il I K TOP ROW: M. Boucher, B. Willems, L. Dart, L. Leist, M. Muench. SECOND ROW: G. Fetr, J. Gerondale, R. Kostichka, T. Rohr, G. Olson. 746lf'fL6 OM to cc Good Smt TOP ROW: Halloween, l95lg Youth Rally, 1957. SECOND ROW: S. Dart, L. Dart, D. Feld, B. Kohlbeck, J. Feld, K. Iwen, L. Leist. FIRST ROW: C. Wautlet, T. Laurent, D. 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